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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 14, 1972
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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No. 20 Thursday, DecemBcr 14, 1972 Copy


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A TIME TO Chamber's Bradford$124,057 By E.L. Matthews Countyand ,

Its four municipalities
received a

''A', ,r a total of $124.057 In

t Starke attorney George Pierce has Federal revenue

been named president-elect of the Brad- sharing funds this

ford County Chamber. of Commerce for week, representinghalf

,- Jt' I/ 1973, the action being taken ,last Thurs- of the amount

: day by the Board of Governors at Its that will be received
,'" for the calendar year
This handsome entry won fourth place .for First ed both th* Bradford and Union',,High Schools marcfiChrlstlan -' monthly luncheon meeting.
1972. 4N.
:' CJI rch. ''It .was,one of a record,"Lot'of! !. |inn bands and a .total of 31 entries the moslfeveL,,.,..... .w.. Marc Jackson, president of ,

.1)) floats. In .f.h.. '1972iChrUtnoePorad; H.ndr d> .'?. .. (.$.,., other. ..hotoll'ln this tssuo),,, -;..- .i 'n" .'" ...,..'" .. Jackson's' .Building SupplIes,.:.,.. !:. rfved The..Qover'nmentwarrantsar...# .s....." J
Inc. 1971'
". "n der ) ) *i*-*"* ** t'<****HI%, ; .'t. ?- JP ? 1* the Chamber's! .
... .... 1,0. Call. 5fr....if'fo"viewihi. prOceuon.. ., ", .r.1.& : .. 't I president-elect. On January f 'flcatlon that payments for the
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. ... 30 Jackson will accept the ww second half of 1972 will be re-
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/ ',' ceived
\ ,1 Chamber's gavel from 1972 president January.
Maxie Carter Jr. The Bradford County Commission -
r HKH., :: Pierce will serve as presi received $68,035; the
I \ "d' dent-elect starting Jan. 30 and City of Starke$48,262; tawtey.
will take over as head of the $4,227 Hampton $2,219 and
-v.., Rest Chamber In 1974. Urooker; $1,314. The town; of

: Rooms Must Wait' In the same election, Brian f Keystone Heights, in neighborIng -
i Hamilton of Stump's Depart- 2 Clay County received $4- I
ment Store was re-elected
treasurer of the Chamber.The 191.Neither
\ the County; nor any of
annual dinner meeting the municipalities had Includedthe
of the Chamber Is set for Jan '
money In their current budgets
For New AdministrationUnclean 30 at the Starke Golf and Coun- since It was not definitely '
try Club Chamber Manager known how much they
John Myers announced Thurs- would get. Consequently none 8

day.Speaker of the recipients has made definite -
:rest rooms In local Supt. Tom Casey who leaves on Jan. I.A 1. the problem of.unclean restrooms Improve the cleanliness of the for the occasslon Is plans for spending the
schools are a problem school office Jan. I, says the problem group of parents broughtthe Is county; wide. rest rooms Hobbs says, but Victor Knight president of funds. .
officials agree, but It appearsno belongs to Supt-Elect, Jim rest room situation at South- are limited by the assistance Quality Broadcasting Corp., George Pierce County; Clerk Gib Brown predicted -'
further action will be taken Temple, Temple say he recognizes side Elementary School In "This Is nothing new. Ifs available to him. which operates a chain of radio Monday that the first
until ot least after the 'first the problem agrees the Starke to the attention of the always been a problem" says stations In Florida. Knight Is volved In the effort to secure expenditure from the county's;
of the year. rest rooms stink and says he'll School Board last week. School Principal J.C. Hobbs noting He's heard nothing about a widely known as an entertaining doctors for Bradford County; shore would go to pay the $16-
take action! after.he takes< his school. He's doing the best rooms clean and to make recommended by local persona After discussing whether'to County Commission for the
he can with one custodian to periodic checks during the who have heard him speak. namean advisory committeeto support of the five fire depart-
look after an entire school of school day the principal says. aid In solving the problem
m a t I Otin aLrifrV 600 students. Casey made that suggestion to Six new members of the Boardof .the board decided to let Myers and ments Its operating municipalities.In the county The;
the school board .aybvltwould Governors were also continue to work directly with
Hobbs points out the restrooms confirmed by the present board amounts allocated to these are:
be one solution to the problem.No George Canova administrator -
In his school are clean last Thursday. The six elected Brooker $848;Hampton$2,496;
of BCD: he has been
Set For Reddish early In the day but says they funds for Increased main- are: John Andrews, Andrews Lawtey $2,720; Starke. 55,296;
become progressively less tenance are budgeted for the Drugs; Harold Davis, Several suggestions were re- and Bradfrod County Volun-
clean with use as the school current school year Supt First Federal;' Mrs. Ann Cod- corded Including one that the teers, $4,640.Beyond .

A new trial for Joe Beding time. day goes on. It Is simply untrue Casey points out. win Conner Insurance; Gordon chamber set up the doctor situation that some of the possibilities -
dish,' one'. of three defendant A. K. Black of Lake City that there Is a lack of toilet "It'll be Jim's(Templeproblem ) Howell. DuPont executive;Mrs as a major project for for use of the count;)"'.
charged with conspiracy in an attorney for Mrs. Uoutza and tissue, Hobbs says. In fact, strictly."I'm Sandra Reddish Leila's .and the coming year. share of the Federal funds would
attempt to blackmail Sheriff Grtffls. was given IS days from students know they can get tissue Harry Green, .Green's Auto Myers reported that the be for ever-pressing road Improvements
'ChristmasEverywhere9 John Whitehead of Union Counthe .date of their trials In In his ode If there Is not" sure maids are the Parts. Chamber's lease on the build- ; expansion and Improvement -

ty has been set for Wednesday, which to file motion. for new none In the rest rooms., solution solution Casey said meaningthat too The acute shortage of doctors ing the staff occupies at Wal- of the present county;

Dec. 20, according to Assisttrials.. The conspiracy chargeant Hobbs also points out his. xpenslve. "But may I prove think If a here was discussed by the Boardof nut and Call Streets expires jail or possible construction
State Attorney Gene Whitcarries a maximum sentence He authorized a new and larger facility now
custodian works eight hours a. the only then It'll takea Governors with much of the next April. was
Tonight 7:30 worth. of nve years.Reddish's day and work both,before and way, discussion again centering a- to negotiate for an extension that city prisoners will be housed -
: year or two to get them (the
trial on December after school hours. round whether of not the Cham- of the agreement for there after January I; and
(Thurs., Dec 14)) Reddish now serving two life 20 Is set before. Judge.John Efforts being 'made to (Seo Page 8)) ber should become directly In- another three year period. preliminary planning work on
terms for murder In Union Crews In Starke., are future sewer systems In thick-
South si do County Is accused of panic ly populated area outside of
ElementaryCafetorlum __..__ ._ municipalities
fiNtuiv in a scheme intendedto
lure Whitehead Into a compromising The City of Starke has madeno
situation with a woman definite plans for Its non-
Odor Problem To Be SolvedResidents
Written, Produced and then blackmail him Hampton budgeted windfall, but City; L
Students Into Interceding with the State Clerk Merrill Edwards said
by Pardon Board to obtain Reddish there would be lets money a-

Of Sputhsldo/ Elo.Sponsored a parole furlough or allow Assurances that' Hampton's. Odor emanating from the ren- termed the rendering plant "a were also assuredthe coming from the first.lagoon vallable to spend from the $48-
him to participate In the rendering plant lagoon system where water was being sprayedup 262 fund than Is generally
::. By new''work-release" program, rendering plant odor problemcan dering plant has been coming reality; to our community" cannot possibly affect Salter said the spray Is believed.a
and will be solved
were from the lagoon sy.temofthno
Souttelda PTA whereby prisoners I are permitted given the City Council Tuesday ponds Salter told the Hampton "We are reality In Hamp Hampton's drinking water. The necessary to Introduce oxygen "We have already had to
to work at outside Into the
jobs National Protein of abouta ton. Right now we're too muchof lagoons are not located near a system.
night by council and a group spend a large share It on cor-
returning the night.
President Ron Salter. For a reality." Salter began creek or lake and water from
Inc. dozen town ,residents. Many rendering plants us* rective measures that wennece..ary
DANCESaturday Time needed to correct odor the lagoon system to operate "If very embarrassing to haveto them cannot possibly be Introduced three lagoons but the first II before we could IJI"uty t
scheduled to Into he
was the town said
goon ,
properly that Is without odor come to you and try to ex- anaerobic meaning
an for the revenue sharing
from plant
the rendering
trial here last Wednesday coming Is there
Night be balance of plain why we're having a prob any "
whether there must a the bacteria used produce their funds, Edwards said. He
but a mistrial was declared lagoons depends on ; of contamination from seep
Dec. 16 9.12 to waste material and oxygen,Salter own oxygen and do not require mentioned a $5,000 expenditure
by Judge George L.Patten when plant officials find a way lem."We age,from the lagoons he said.
New Benjamin F._ GuIlford, a fellow get rid of some of the plant's said. will try to see It never that oxygen be supplied froman to Install cathodlc protection
Starke prisoner with Reddish and the excess waste material Salter In Introducing Salter to the happens again." To prevent another overloadof outside source Salter said. for the natural gas system and
:-ArmoryStyrophom State's chief says. -The firm has approached council,, Chairman Don Hill the lagoon system National An anaerobic lagoon can absorb several more thousands for
.overdose of tranqulUzera Tuesday tile City of Starke about placing 'Answering questions from Protein is In the process now many times the waste material pollution control projects at the
V- residents Salter said NaUonalProtein' ''
of aerobic system and water and the
an sewer plants
night or Wednesday mornIng some of the i excess material of Installing "clarifying tank"
and was unable ,to take into the city sewerage Deer KilledIn that. trucks are watertight between the plant and the lagoon and the odor Is less, Salter municipal power plant.
treatment at the city they can actually which should take continued.
the stand to give testimony. hold system La speculatedthat
water without leaking
Soule plant, or the excess material Bhmding Area There should be no leakageor care of any future overload. While the state would not urgeportlqt' of their
Sponsored Guilford was also a partyto ; water containing high protein allow National Protein to oper- $4,227 would be applied to a
By smell
from the
tile conspiracy but turned content and high In nitrogen, Only, seven deer were taken trucks Salter emanating Because of State of Florida ate the first lagoon u an anaerobIc forthcoming: project for paving
Little Women State' evidence and was not could be spread on pasture. in Camp Standing during the one resident who said said answering t the trucks tvqulremente'Salter said National system the state did about two miles of city. streets'
placed on trial. Protein has the Jacksonville '
week. Dec. 4-10 according to give National Protein permission
c.01mijr If some of the excess waste smelled. Brocket's share will likely!
Two firm of
other persons have already engineering
the Game fish
& Fresh Water to cut off the aerator
af been convicted of conspiracy material could be hauled awe Commission. Hunters In the When the plant first began Reynolds, Smith and Hills design supplying oxygen to the lagoon be used for street work Clerk
( Cummunttu to I commit extortionIn Salter said, the lagoon system area totaled 1,893 during the operation a few months ago a plant using aerobic bac- Salter said. Joyce Stokes said yesterday.
&111 Bank the case. They are Lillian could recover faster In perhaps same period Salter said, trucks from another teria In all three lagoons.'Aer- Hampton officials have/ been
Lloutia 46,. of Jacksonville, two or three weeks. But firm were used her and obic bacteria are ones which "Odor around the .plant Is waiting to see how much money
and Carson WUD', 83,of Highland if the pond Is forced to regenerate Other came taken In Bland- they did leak. But National Protein must have oxygen from an outside significantly reduced, they would get before makingany
A.wwn.T.PD.Na.e_...... U. a former prison guard Itself with the present Inc during Dec. 4-10 Included:' has taken steps to never" source to live, .Ilk pea said after the aerator was plans.

r...... ..- Y...."e.. who was employed at the Santa amount of waste material three hogs, 83 cat squirrel again us* trucks other than ple.When turned off. Salter said h*toured According to the Revenu
Fe Correctional Farm, Gainesville It could take five or six weeks 13 fox squirrel.' 39 quail and Its ownwater tight ones, the Chairman Hill said the See '
where Reddish was serv- to recover Salter said seven rabbits president stated odor last week seemed to be (See Pegs 8)) ( Pogo 8))

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Stork Mrs ShowerFor ProtoA :; :..,:I Il Entertains Auxiliary At 1 1J Lawton 96th BirthdayIn L. Conner At Open Pastor/urn House/

t Dampier HomeMrs. Christmas TeaT honor of Lawton L.Conner, On Sunday, Dec 24, from 2
who will celebrate his 96th to 5 p.m. Rev. and Mrs. James I
be Bradford birthday, there will be a basket T. Brock and daughter, Ullle,
A.N. Proto, Jr. was ho-\ Auxiliary entertained Hospital at tea dinner'Sundaj', Dec. 17, at Ruth, will entertain at an open
a 1 at the Marcus Conner house In the pastorlum of the
nored at a stork shower Dee. last p.m.
Friday from 9
to =3-
336 N,
Church at
8 at 7:30 p.m. at the home' of p.m. in the hospital conference home on B8'lulIlIlghway. First Baptist
.. Billy Dampier on SR 100 room honoring th.ho.pltal.tarrand ,Ml friends and relatives are Walnut Street."
South. Hostesses with Mrs. employees invited to attend.Methodist. Friends are Invited to attend
II Dampier Mrs. J.R.S Ad- this festive Christmas event."
.. were Also invited to attend were
... klns, Mrs. nod /Ilansen Mrs. the ministers, hospital trustees ,,
.. Bob Gordon and Mrs. Rhoda and members of the Brad Choir
Dampier ford County Health Department. J- t Honor Birthday PartyAt
Games played by the 20 ;
i were The tea table was covered
I guests, and prizes awarded to with a white lace cloth, over Mrs LJ. GreenThe Rowell HomeMr. I
Zltha Hill and Sandy Boats.
Is red\ linen and centered with a
A stork theme was carried, t ,$ green and red Christmas arrangement -
out In the decoration. i p k flanked Hansen and Mrs Charles Itowell
I bychlmney Marlys Chancel Choir of the 6
: Harvey-Groves The ho.tesse.presented the lamps with burning taper. Presiding First United Methodist Church gave a toe party, SR Dec.10 E
honoree with a Trl-Chalr as a To Wed M r. HarrisMr. at their on
at the sliver tea service honored Mrs. L. J. Green, organist -
I. Engagement Told memento of the occasion. at Intervals were Miss at a surprise birthday for their daughter Elizabeth
her first birthday.
Lillian Stump president, Mrs. : and Mrs. Morris C, Hansen -party. Wednesday night at the Ann, on refreshment table was
Mr and Mrs. F.C.,: Harvey of J. R. Kite, Mrs. M. A. Baldwin of Elroy, \Vls. amounce home of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. centered The with a Winnie The
tea chairman and Mrs. lUtch after choir practice.The .
Lawtey announce the engage- the ..ngagement'and approachIng Pooh birthday cake.Approximately .. "
ment of their daughter, ICllza-: George Canova and Mrs.Gladys marriage of their daughter 14 members
: beth Anne, to Kenneth Wayne weldon.. Marlys Jeanna. to DonaldJ refreshment table was of the family attended includ-
Groves, son of Mr. and Mrs. Members of the Auxiliary assisted Harris, son\ of Mr;and Mrs covered with a blue net Christ- ing Elizabethnn'lI great
Edward: Groves of Starke. in serving during the W. M. Buddy) Harris of Starke. mas cloth over white linen and grandmother, Mrs. Marlon
Wedding plans will be an- tea hours. The wedding will take place was centered with a Christmas Mojer of Jacksonville.Miss .
nounced later Dec. 30 at the Grace Lutheran arrangement flanked by burning

a Church, Elroy,'Wls. tapers in silver holders..
Mary Frank Sims Becomes Bride The bride-elect: is a grad- 1

; Altar Society Mrs..L.: D. VIning and J, D. uate of Royall High School, Put OKiar a fi/l a JfI.... Patty Watson and MIa..
Of Wm.C., Collins In GeorgiaMiss Vlnlng of Palatka attended the Elroy, Wls. and is attending \ Sandra Hitgglns of Gainesvillewere
Plans Holiday brother BIIS and Is with 0-
\ funeral of Mrs. Vlnlng's Oshkosh University, in Osh- employed Monday overnight guestsof
W, L, Joiner in Griffin kosh. Wis. wens-Illlnols Corporation at
Activities Frank Sims phlla and blue cornflowers.' Mr. and Mrs. George: Hug-
Mary Ga Sunday. Mr. Harris is a graduate of Lake Butler
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Their brief veils were attached gins.
B. Sims 'of Ochlochnee Ga., to Juliet caps embroidered in -
: St". Kdward's Altar, Society and William Calvin Collins, son pearls.
met Wednesday night, Dec. 6, of the Rev and Mrs. W.O. Collins Jennifer Michele Millings was' .
t' In the home of Mrs Richard Jr. of Hlnesville Ga., the flower girl and Charles Russell r
/Richards with Mrs. Francis and formerly of Starke, were Presley ni was the,rug
Meng presiding married Saturday evening! Dec. bearer. :. "
i Mrs. Hobble Shaller announ- StricklandNormanEngagement 2. In the New Bethel Baptist Mr. Sims gave his daughter In.
.. ced that Mrs. William Vogeney Told lurch; at Ochlochnee. The marriage. The bodice of hers
.:.'' volunteered for altar care during ,Rev Mr. Collins officiated.: white .un'OI'lIDZR' dress featured
: December with Mrs. Henry Jade fern trees and brass a bib of Alencon lace and ,
;' Stefanelli and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mr. Raleigh E. candelabra holding yellow tapers the bishop sleeves were appll-, ;a.It
': Humphries assisting. Strickland announce the engagement were used in the church qued in lace. The lace motif
v Mrs. Gladys Weldon discussed of their daughter decorations ;with a focal arrangement was repeated on the floor length
'; plans for distribution' of' Theresa Sue, to Pf'C Gary of yellow chrysanthemums skirt. A lace Camelot held Sale !

.7' Christmas baskets. Arrangements James Norman, ion of Mr. and white gladioli and her full length illusion veil
r' were also made for gifts Mrs. Jame. Norman, all yellow and white daisies. which was edged in lace. She
J' to be given to Glenda, whom the of Starke. The wedding music was provided carried a bouquet of Gypsophi-, '

'.+ Altar Society sponsors at Sun- Miss Strickland attending by Mrs. Eddie Autrey, la, stephanotis and yellow roses' SALE DAYS: THURS FRI. SAT.Men's
1 land.Mrs. Bradford High School and will, organist, and Mrs. Lester O. centered with a white orchid. .
-t Joseph Cissy reported graduate with the 1974 senior Thompson, soloist. Mr and Mrs.'Sims entertain-
:.; on teen-age activities being enjoyed class. Harold R. Roger sin of Hlnesville ed at a reception at their home.
at the Episcopal:: ) Church Mr. Norman graduated from was best man, and the ushers The bride's table was overlaid '
.. on Sunday evenings with tentative BUS In 1971 and Is serving In .' were Mack Millings of Hartafleld with a white satin cloth and
Z plans for a dance for teenagers the U. S, Armed Forces at and Ennls Willis of Meigs. graced with ,a silver candelabrum 1 :: Sleeve
on December 16. Several Fort Carson Colo. Mrs. Mack Millings was ma- holding yellow tapers; and members volunteered to assistIn Is tron of honor for her sister.The ,an arrangement of yellow and S!,
A. wedding
September 1
,5 arrangements for the, young. planned.;, "" 'bridesmaids jwer* Mr..' whit 'daisies and Gypsophlla., j jI t Sport Shirts? r. ... :r ,
children's Christmas party. Harold R, Rogers 'UI, sisterof I Similar decorations were usedon )
scheduled for Dec. 17 In the the bridegroom, and Mrs. the other tables.
oM Parish Hall.Tickets Nettles-Beckham Herman Carver of ,Coolidge. Later In the evening Mr.Collins -
Y ?: were made available Their dresses were designed and his bride left for* I' Our VJ.99 each 1fj j ;YC
.; for Archbishop Fulton Sheen Date Set t Jan. 2 with royal blue velvet bodices trip to Jamaica. They will f reg.
':. lecture to be Riven In the Jacksonville and the floor length skirts were make their home in Leesbutf.. ;
Civic Auditorium on of pale blue crepe. They car- Fla. liiiy%
,N' Jan..10 at 8p.m.,when the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nettles ried crescent bouquets of blue
1; Concert Chorale will of Starke announce the and yellow carnations, Gypso-,
present selections from the approaching marriage of their Drawing Set i..C a t.
.:! "Messiah". daughter, Joann, to Harvey D. For .Teteviiion 6T $7"for 3ei'siiIi1.11i
t.. Father James Cregan, pastor Beckham, eon of Mr and Mrs. Birch ChapterHonors 0cil++
n t urged members to bring their Dewey'Beckham of Hawthorne. founding .
.', families to the Advent Peneten- The wedding will!! take placeat A drawing will be held Sat-. IE.MI
:*: tlal Service scheduled on Dec. 7:00: p.m. on January 2 at With Dinner urday, Dec 16, at S pjn. for |: Si5MW 1.,11 hh
:. 14 at 7:30: p.m. at St." Edward's.:: the home of the bride's aunt a portable TV being given a- << h II'
;; Visiting priests will assist In Mrs. Louise Johns In Starke. way by the Starke Little ,Wo-' EI
f preparing parishioners for a All friends and relatives are commemorative dinner ,men's Club. + Permanent press polyester and! fc;; :
blessed Christmas. Invited to,attend. meeting for members and wivesof The drawing will .beat. me cotton. Long point collar styling
", Mrs. Michael Gilhooly Invited the Starke Chapter of Tbe'John Starke Woman's Club. The 4 In assorted solids, prints and
members to her home for the Birch Society, was held winner does not have to be pre plaids. Sizes small thru extra large.
January 3 meeting. UDC Members Saturday evening at the BrandIng sent J

y During the social hour a gift Iron Restaurant.Rev. .
Men's 100%
exchange and delicious holiday Attend AnnifalHoliday pOlyesterMen's
refreshments were enjoyed LuncheonThe Father Maurice Imhoff. DUPLICATE CLUB RECESSESFOR r'' r
pastor for St. Williams Cathy THE HOLIDAYSThe Double Knit
lic Church, gave a special !invocation
'" Southside PTA W, T. Weeks chapter in honor of the four- Duplicate Bridge Club>> 4
} Knit l Slacks
teenth anniversary of the founcf.o111I
UDC held their annual Christmas will not; meet the next two c; <
Christmas Program of the Soc .ty., will be resumed \
; luncheon Wednesday last ; game 1 Dress
week at the Holiday Inn., Jan. 2.Tuesday. I 97
Chapter' Leader Paul Mend reV
4 w The Southside Elementary'' Membere ''and guests 'were night's winners
<:; PTA Christmas meeting will be greeted at the door by the hostesses minded all members of the ,were: !Mr. and Mrs. John Must 's Shirts '
:ti held Thursday, Dec. 14, at 7:30: ;''*! tn. Curtis Sanders purposes and goals of Leas the BirchSocI.ty Government saline were firs Mrs.' Lucille d} Orig. $5.99SALE 0 t i ;
:, pm. In the Cafetorlum. Program Mrs. Johnny Barrett Mrs.. namely individual Davie G. Wren- : I.
topic: "Christmas Every- James Stroud and Mrs. Elzle more Responsibility shall were second; and T. A. i1; ; up' + Permanent
and with Cod's help prut machine wash
", where", written and produced Sanders. a better \ orld." The Society Sundem and Mrs. Bess Burns &H; :, Y;'' s, e and dry. Belt loops; flare leg' .
; by the children of Southside The luncheontablesweredecorated was founded by Robert Welch were third. Sizes 29 to 42. Short medium

;;. Elementary for the with roses and holly December 9th, 1958 Men's 100. Cotton Flannel 397 long.

!Mrs. Lester Crews presi- "For fourteen years," Mr. and Pajamas
Gift Robes
:Meng said, "The communists, Cooper '
Eastern Star dent, ,welcomed the 26 members Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ptrma. crane .
and three '"..IIr.! .., their dupes promoters,have were In Trenton Sunday:visiting s...' Our... $4.995'. Your 397' trlao.NuSAVE ,
.I' Supper Dec. 16 W. A. Scale., Keystone Heights., been trying but to 'have eliminate survived the Mr;'and Mrs.'Walter:Ste, S1.02 each.Choice blend. 14K-17 r x"I ,
:- Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs. Society we wart. ; assorted neck 32 to 351 -
in spite of all their Big guns" Handsome plaid robes In w n V
Barbara Breazeale.Mrs. '
Starke chapter Order of the Crews read a Christmas -, and we are growing .in Mrs. Myrtle Anderson '19.. colors. Sites small thru extra large.' r'
A, 8, C, D.
J' Eastern Star will have a covered poem "I'm at Leisure." numbers and supporters Wednesday overnight guest of Pajamas. Sites
; dish supper at the !Masonic -' The meeting was closed witha Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ander-
Hall Saturday night. Dec. .... re-dedication of effort by all son in Callahan and saw Mrs. Ladles White
16 at 7:00 All Masons and members to see that the motto John Anderson off for Hanover.
y I : p.m. .
Mr. and Mrs R. 0. DanJb of the Society becomes: a yealily. Our reg. $3.99
their attend families are .Invited to )' visited :Mr. and :\lrJ D. S. ., parents Germany and Thursday relatives to visit for her.a Fussy Blouses ;{

:J" Dansby in ,Panama.. City. Sunday month. .. #
The blouse for
t. TCH' i *.III ClStlt. ft .... *,*. .. ..! ,.'; .. New.:Social( Fbrmecfe; r., wear.perfect Permanent press holiday polyester 35 0 i 1
.. Organization
.., ',.. ..\ : s and cotton. Many styles.Size .
:; : .,); ..:; '' / *32 to 38,
., ( "BWomeii10fSfo'.k) : Couniry:CkibThe %

\ 100% k
regular monthly meetIng and Mrs. George Roberts, tel- \ Polyester our hey. se.99 U'ifi'

i Illl of the Starke Golf and Country -.. ephone.\ Double Knit Pants4PO7
f @) Club Women was held Monday The teenagers of the club !
.... ,aOF' c't Machine washable 1
4 at the clubhouse enjoyed a tree decorating
night, Dec. -
t .
..,,.. last night hosted by the style. Solids end patterns in
.. new holiday colors.. ,Sizes 10 SAVE $1.02 Womens

..:. ..,,..a STARKq- :;. '. \ "'i'J i 711."by-'laws> were. read. '1I d ).youth Popcorn. ;,activities was.strung committee.t> pet;_>*,.,, >, ,. to,6.: Body Shirts. a, '."

.... t.. r .t.{: ..,. .. -f adopted ,and Mrs. George Ito ".: the tree. along with many othJffiK flj ," :
J f ," 7t"'J' ; 1CO%. Acrylic
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w .''';, ,....:.....,;.;.?./,. .,'? .: :;b rts: ;Jr. was elected as mem- ':'decorations.' .R"'reahmen.. W. .. ; \ .\ /, '
.e .It -, ," ff7.: .I b.r-at-1argtsto serve on die 'Wet* scnred. v.y.ul Sweaters'' 'r o
... executive board.In accordance' The tree was decorated In
with this organization's ,purpose -' preparation for the) coming: of 399
J WITH SANTA to promote social activities Santa Claus at the Country Club ,
BREAKFAST, ; tor the country club the Christmas party, Dec. 18, at< 32.z99!
president Mrs. 6:43: pjn. Barbecue chicken Is '
" j' 8.:30-10 :30SaturtllyQec.16 ton appointed. the following being furnished by the club '
: chairmen to serve ron variousVcotmtittesnMrs.Veram and each family will bring a r' 100% stretch nylon. Jacquerad
SUr5eo : ,,casserole,? salad. ;' or', '"' Mk MaMnewashable I and levered looks Some with .. ",..
,i" Have'Picture,"Takew:. W. s.rnt"a. ; s *' nod 'Mrs.*Harold Godwin,'tit w e'mudNMrt' ;, :'. .. : 'J:. J." r'. J'. Cardlpsf.nddip. collars and cuffs. Asst. colors \
.adult social Mrs..3. C, Dan- Santa will arrive after'sup.I : .' };' x over .ty..... Sizes Sixes small,medium,large ,
,I! _,$1.00 %oi .; mark, adult dinners; Mrs.Bob*., per bringing a gift for everya k i.. p "y, 40.. ?

, }: MENU; '. *': ;'"*r,MoRsInmstlydlmhorIM&5H} T child//Of* ,grade -and. MitVV, <
SCR BACOM ",i-Cue lcopeldutes.ctd1dnft so"; Alt club m nbmVfa.llRNpare 1:. ;
r.a, Ivitieei; Mrs. J, C. Hobbs youth Invited. to attend the Christmas -
SWEET ROLL activities Mrs. Fred Barker, and wife of
i party; any a
1.50 tennis Mrs. Lou Strum, golf' club member Is urged to Join QUALITY COMES FIRST ,THEN OUR LOW PRICES: Charg. it

Mrs. Carl Hurst bridge; Mrs.James the women's, social evganlza-. .'<
Mlneslngvr, publicity) tics
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DKG Honors Mr. R. V. Turner went up ....' ,' :_, Services Held Plan CouncilTo ROTARY SPEAKER .
State Officers to Valdosta Tuesday to get her \ For T.J. Perry
: son, Brant, from ValdostaSta Be Formed
College who Is home for the '!," ; Of HamptonThomas William I. Pentln of the Rob-
At Christmas Tea holidays. They also visited Roy inson Humphrey Co., Inc.,
..t.I Turner and Mrs. W. T. BrIn- "I""I'r' Jefferson Perry 91, Mayors of Starke Lawtey Jacksonville was guest speaker
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"Founders Chapter. State son In Valdosta. of Hampton died Monday afternoon Hampton, and Brooker and at the Starke Rotary Club
I, and International" was the '. Dec. 11. He was born in members of the Board of the last week discussing the advantages -
theme for Alpha Nu chapter of Trish Myers Wesleyan College Lumberton N.C. on June 23, Board of County Commissioners of Investing In South-
the Delta Kappa Gamma Society New and Kathy Myers of Tal '! I 1881 and had lived In Brad- have been Invited to eastern growth stocks as opposed -
held Sunday Dec.lq) at the home lahassee arrive home Friday 'if ford County since 1900. Ha attend a meeting with a representative to other types of in-
of Mr.. A. Russell Norman, Arrivals for the holidays. was a retired woodsman deal- of the Depart- vestments. The speaker was
a'I Ing in turpentine. ment of Community Affairs Introduced by A. 1.. Crosby
Chapter president.
The program was presented In Mrs. Harry Brooks of Over- I Surviving are two sons,Grady Tallahassee, Thursday afternoon Jr. -
... land Park, Has. arrives Tues- I J i Dec. 14.
slides taken by Mrs. Normanat L. Perry and A.H. Perry both ---------------
day for three weeks visit The meeting will be held at
with of
various Chapter State and ? Hampton; one grandchild, and A GAME FOR Christmas
International meetings she has Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Wilson her son-in-law and daughter $ t : three greatgrandchildren.Funeral 4 P.m. In the County Commis- giving is advertised a* one in
sion of the Bradford
.attended through the paatyeare.Mre. of Route 2. Starke announce Mr. and Mrs. John Myers. services will be held room M hici! children may easily defeat .
Dorothea B. Heinrich of the birth of assn. shuck at 2 p.m. Thursday In the County Courthouse. Purposeof ( Sorry. we
Eddie December 7 in Ala- Kay Turner of North Florida .jT-t: the meeting Is to discussthe grown-ups.
Orange Park Florida State on : Jones Memorial Chapel with have enough: trouble around
formation of
President, and Mrs. Sara P. chua general Hospital. Junior College was home -- I John Hendy' conducting. inter- cils In order to planning quality for coun-obtaining dm house! as It in.
Elrod of Palatka. District D for the weekend. ment will follow In Santa Fe
Federal aid on public
Director were honored guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Brownof Cemetery.Mrs. .
according to County
Mrs. Mark Hamilton and chil- projects THE BRADFORD
at the tea which followed the
Lawtey announce the birthof
dren of Tampa are spending r\ Clerk Gib Brown. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
program. present were n
a son, Kelly Mitchell on -e.
twO weeks with her
Miss Eloise McBee' president parents
Nov. 14 In Alachua General
of Beta Nu chapter Mrs. Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier .. W.T. Nazworth under- 1ht Ofd IIII ;mE4l. Published every Thursday
at State Farm. Mrs. Roster at 138 W. Call Street
Lucille McLendon. Miss Car- went Monday In River- .
and Mrs. Mitchell Brown of '1'1-'
rie Hickman, Mrs. Martha Baker is convalescing from a recent side Hospital. Starke Florida 32091
Lawtey and Mr.and Mrs.Carlos
and Mias Lillian Harring- Norman of Raiford. Illness. ? :F FY &5 ,) Second Class .
postage paid
ton.The Mr. and Mrs. Ron Caswellof ? \issaK!!; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McRae \\l' "" .t.l' at Starke Florida
party rooms were decor- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eugene Lake City were Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Epps

ated with a Christmas tree and Brewer of Lawtey announce the evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. a r err were hunting In the Ozark r ),' :i,:'I- \\1 i.. Subscription Rates:
seasonal arrangements. Mountains Hardy Ark.recently. .
birth of a son, Kenneth James Wayne Harper.
Florida Guests were for Invited refreshments.Into the on Dec. S In Alachua GeneralHospital. ;! .. e .... :?':...'.. ...'.''_. ",f' r.} v)1,), In year trade; $3.50 area six: months$6.00 per
room Grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton -
.The tea table covered with a and Mrs. Loyd J. Bryan Sr., and son spent the weekend Wins Vacation TripMiss Mrs. Mable Whlslerof Unlon- "Some union has.. 14 make Outside trade area: $7.00JPer
green linen cloth was centered Starke and Mrs. Autte Brewer with Mr. and Mrs. W.D.Hamil- vllle, Iowa is Monday to Satur- capital out of labor without $4.00 six months
with an arrangement of red Lawtey. ton In Orlando and Joined their Louise Stern of Starke trtbutor. day guest of her brotherinlaw doing, IIn,'," ;
roses and gold Christmas ornament two brothers from Washington and sister Mr. and Mrs.
with gold candles. A has Just returned from a Carl Mathews Mr. and Mrs. y.. wV1s.
'silver tea service graced one 7kQlk/t ''ttQlrR PItQJSt nt a7sc ei day trip to Martinique West The Martinique Hilton was Dillon Whisler of Folkston Ga.
which she In a for the trip winners
won headquarters -
end of the table balanced by and Mrs. A.S. Harrison companywlde contest spon- who enjoyed a numberof will Join the family on Satur- Terry Walters
silver trays and compotes hold- Maxie Carter Sr. entered St. visited her mother Mrs. R.T. sored by Luzier Cosmetics sightseeing trips and excursions day.
Ing dainty sandwiches tarts and Vincent's Hospital last Fridayfor Hipp In Waycross Ga. over of which she Is an area dis- on chartered yachts. Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae PROFESSIONAL ( e
sweets. observation and treatment. the weekend.
watched the Apollo 17 launch at
Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs.
;tfDXi1ICi1IC x x tfDXi1IC (l1X f/fI WK X A AWAWA. Cape Kennedy last Wednesdaynight. .
Lucille Maxine Miss Jean of Talla-
Mrs. Mundy
David McKntght of the Uni- ".* ,
Gibson Mrs. Cleo Andrews and hassee arrives Friday to spend versity of South Florida, Lt. Al Harley and son, Hank of Frank Hardy of Forbes AFB, ,
Mrs. MonaCanova hostesses the holidays with her mother Col. and Mrs. Don Koretz of Merritt Island spent the week- Topeka, Kan. is home for three Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Red- 'Creative Weddings
with Mrs. Norman. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Alexandria, Va., and Gene end with Mrs. Lonnie Harley. weeks vacation. dish spent Thursday to Mon *
Mrs. Helnrlch, Mrs. Elrod Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickering Korea of New York City will day In Plant City with Mr. Casual Portraits
and Mrs. Evelyn Haney were of Lakeland spent the week- be holiday guests of Mrs. Ar- Local admittances to Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman and Mrs. Kirby Padgett and Locally Licensed
presented rose corsages. end with his parents Mr. and len McKnIght ford County Hospital this week visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eg- Elder and Mrs. Donald Hazen.
Members of Alpha Nu chapter Mrs. L. N. Pickering.Mrs. include: Mrs. Mary Lyons, gers in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. They also visited Busch Gar- Satisfaction Guaranteed "
from Ralford Macclenny Brenda Roberta daughter of Tiny Guertln Mrs. Bertha dens on Saturday.TYPEWRITERS.
Glen St. Mary and Starke at- Thomas Grady and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Beck Mrs. Emma Thomas and Mrs. Homer Stearns .. :Call 964.8661 (Doytim.)
tended. 11.3. Beat of Orange Park and Is In the Alachua General Hos- Mrs. Irma Kerchalne William and Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Nor- ,.Of-378-0414, Collect '4
Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City pital with fractured arm which C. Rhoden, Mrs. Virginia Geiger man were in Jacksonville Sunday : Manuel or -
were Wednesday guests of Mrs. she received Monday when she M.C. Wells, Katherine Ho- visiting Mrs. Harvey Ed3 3 Electric.;: For sale or rent- (Gainesville) After 5 P.M.
O.L. Beasley. fell from her horse. ward, George Mahalko George wards in St. Luke's Hospital 1 Bradford County Telegraph.
Miss June Hardy a mem- Raulerson and Mr. Edwards.
Loper!, Mrs. Lily ,
ber of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority Mrs. W.F. Herlong has had Rev. George L. Harper Is In and Norman Sanders Starke;
was elected sponsor of as visitors Mrs. Corlne Pur- Richmond, Va. Tuesday to Sat- Mrs. Alice Merrlwether. Mrs.
the Sigma Phi Epsilon frater- vis of Gainesville Wednesdayof urday where he will pick up Meda Coltman and William L.

nity at Valdosta State College last week, and Mr. and Mrs. his son, David from Randolph Reynolds Sr., Keystone Heights;
recently. She will be home F.V. Herlong of Jacksonvilleon Macon College and bring him Mrs. Florrte Maxwell,' Hamp-
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20 Year Sentence 5 Hurt Car Ownership, Ratio Here 'w

Given In Robbery, In CrashFive Higher Than U.S. Average

persons received possible -
Robert Lee Alexander, 22. at 480 N. Temple Ave. Alex- Injuries last Saturday at Resident of Bradford County; The car ownership ratio la .Autontobll registrations In
of Ralford. was sentenced In ander was armed with a small 3:38: p.m. when Herman Vernon are becoming more motorized higher here than In most part Bradford rose from 5.280 to
Circuit Court her last weekto calibre hand gun during the Henderson, 41, of Lake all the time and have now reached -' of the country where the national 0,510 In the past five I1 t STOM
20 years In prison for robbery robbery. Butler was preparing to turn the point of having 155 cars average Is 141 cars per and during the past year local '
of a Jackson Mlnlt Mart Other arraignments before his 1987 Ford on the right, for every 100 families-- 100 families. In the South car owners lpent$3.8231000for
her.* on August 15. Judge; Patten on Dec. 6 were: shoulder on SR-100 about six average of about 1 1/2 cars Atlantic State the average 1* gas oil and repairs In local Mc4 'LL LIMITELTexdusivg.
Alexander pleaded guilty; to Fred Willie Sturgis:pled guilty miles east of Stark, and William per family.; 146 per 100. service stations alone. The

the charge when arraigned before ; to possession of weapon (a S. Humphrey drove his -.-.-..-. ..__._.. ...--..--..-.--...:.------ total five years ago was i
Judge George,.. Patten homemade knife) by a state 1967 Chevrolet Into the rear u.esaa.w $3,347,000.
on December: 6. He was charged prisoner and was given a two- of the Ford, according to State Because of the new car buyIng ; .
with assault upon Marie Crews, year sentence to run currently Trooper K. G. Etherl e. 5. surge streets and roads
carrying away "by fore and with present sentence. Stur In the local area are taking .
violence" the amount of$295.39 cia told the Judge that It was Humphrey was one of theInjured. on a new look. Instead of the I
:In funds from the Mlnlt Mart necessary for him to have a The others are Llllle many vintage car that,were f I t '
knife to protect himself from Pearl Jones Rosetta Hender In evidence a few years ago
other Inmates, who might be Alma there are now a large number
FULL OR PARTIME" son, Jean Henderson and
similarly; armed. Elizabeth Jordan of sleek late models on the a
WORK AT HOME Andrew Maxwell Allen pled all occupants l
of the Ford and of Lake But-
guilty; to assault by a state ler. The strong market for new + I 1 ,
Mobil Hem Soles Person prisoner with a deadly; weapon, cars, locally and elsewhere t'I'
Mole Or Female. No Exper and was given a three-year Henderson was traveling west Is attributed to rising Incomes
sentence to run consecutively.The ; of SR-100 and was preparing to the populadongrowthlnruralareas
lane Necessary, We Train case against i Allen for to turn the Ford to the right where cars are a necessity ..
,Yew. Must Be Honest And possession of a weapon by a shoulder when Humphrey failedto ; and to the growing! number I' s
Well Liked! In Your CommunIty state prisoner was nolle stop his car and ran Into of car-hungry teenagers. t
pressed by the State Attorney's the left rear of the other vehicle Nationally; four out of five I rI
Selected/ You Will Represent

office. causing over families now have automobiles
"Clay: County damages to both cars, accordIng --. -.-.---.- ----..-- and 30 per cent of them have

Largest Mobile Home Dealer. The administration wants to The to Etheridge.Injured were taken to SJRJC Debate team winners ((1 I-r) are Robert Clark, two The or automobile more. continues to I; v

Contact Cecil White, Astro stamp out the Bradford County Hospitaland Joe Scanlon, Steve Bladewood and Terry Brown. Scon- pay a major role In the nation's
urged quit
Homes, Inc. P.O. Box 687 Children are Union County General for .
coddling their parents by asking Ian and Brown are Ifrom Stark economy. 1.
Orange Park, Florida 32073 (for the keys to the car treatment. -
and give a direct order to William S. Humphrey was 4l
Phone just
charged with careless drivingby Starke Students
hand them over.
Trooper Etheridge.Humphrey'svehicle. ,
was traveling -

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TAKING 1 'a l r Debate' Awards

'r ORDERS : ,
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at St. Johns Junior Col- I at SJRJC.
CHRISTMASDELIVERY lege and a 1971 graduate of Bradford Scanlan was a top debater at I IJ Ir
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High School received the 1 Bradford High. Brown began & .
best speaker award In the Valencia 1 his debate team career this fall @ J/J'" :::; ;
Invitational Forensic at SJRJC.
I i Tournament Dec. 1-2 In Orlan- Debate team preparation on Here' new Inspiration for
it the college level takes many
do.Another giving! Jelaclter l
Starke student Terry hours of preparation, says a .statue tote bag with u concealed
Brown, also a freshman at SJ- Brown who equates his debate zipper, packed with I ,
RJC and a '71 BHS graduate, team work equal with several even pain of Burlington' Exclusively designed patterns
M y was also an award winner in academic courses. Brown Isa
the debate tourney. parttime news reporter for elegant Brief Tup new. panty Luxury hose Sheer In u available only in the unique

Scanlan and his teammate The Telegraph. range of fashion color. Limited
Manhattan Custom
Robert Clerk, finished first of ..
20 teams representing Junior' "EXCLUSIVE" Collection
A SOUND IDEA for holiday colleges In Districts n and m- ED'S GULF SERVICE
entertaining and Chrlatmai of the Florida Junior College l The world-nnown.d dftign' loam, 0'!The Manhaltiin, .Shirt
Company d* giving I Is the modular stereo Conference. The SJRJC winnlng -'' "Quality {Work For Less" .ihc nlury paltffrnt They hays bean,..created.e..clly .
finished with five:J ,
Instrument. This picce team a at'they were'than in 0 moil'(uxunoua perm.n.nt.pno
"package," the Ibrrl from and one record. Winning In y 2163 N. Temple Av.' ,Phone 9648106. 65% polyaitar.' 35*.cotton,bland, The.mjirt long,point, ',collar, .
\ the final championship round, I ha doubl..button cull.are in today moil cunvnt taihion flavorThe
Zenith, offer three different ,he..eclu"O.h."nv' ,
nummary lathion detailing provide
ways to enjoy utereo-ttorn the St. Johns team defeated j .
R SPECIALF with' the look ol cu.'om.mode *>|n
the solid mule radio, the record Florida College, a private.In-, i $8 To
changer and the built-in stttutlon. ,, t
301 8-lrark tape cartridge player. The SJRJC team of Brown Crease Job manhauan.ij
DOi L NG and Steve Blakewood finished
Twin remote enclosure are With Oil 8. Filter
SouthStarke Change
t h..i completely sealed lound sixth In the Valenelalnvitatlon- STUMP"'S
PRODUCE chamber with two upeakera al. \]
in each. "Our young people have done No Appointment Necessary
a real fine job '' said Head De- ;+ ,
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A. recent. article depicted tile Attention In Cold MonthsThose

cow u the possible numberone and other animal. burp occasionally The alcohol and beer Industries L .,
source of air pollution. has little bearing on that have depended upon the cow p
Dr. Barney Harris any air pollution There are to consume all the grains remaking of you who are fortunate quate watering at least once or
tritionist Florida Cooperative many feedlots throughout the from their processesmay enough to be the proud twice a week is very Important.The .
Extension Service, use the fact U.S that have considerably soon be In Jeopardy.The possessors of Camellias and Azaleas moisture Is lost through
that the cow dog, horse, man more than 24,000 cows housedon citrus Industry who have probably enjoy magnificent flower production and If too {
very few acres that have faithfully depended on the cow flowers. Camellias have much Is lost the plants will
.*ft83 #SVft .I not had any pollution problems to eat all their waste known been blooming for at least two produce flowers that are de-

from burping. u citrus pulp for years may months and will continue until formed. Azaleas are subjectto ,
Jacksonville'Directorv "Perhape we should examine soon be faced with a pollution late spring. They do need car red spider In the winter
more carefully our source of problem since there will be no during the winter months. Ade- months. The symptoms of red I
Information and Identify the real cows to eat all that waste. spider Invasion are a grayish II I
culprit In this total endeavor. Similar problems will be faced n coloring of the upper surfaceof
Is It possible that a man smok- by the bread or flour indust- Early Return the leaf. Yellowish spots PACKAGED
ing one pack of cigarettes perday about the size of a dime on
ries, the sugarcane Industryand
could pollute the air more a host of others who depend Asked On Azalea leaves also Indicatesred BAREROOT
than 10 gentle Bossys or one spider damage. An application -
heavily/ on the selling of Fruit Nut Shod.
Auto Sales and Scrrie car more than fifty; cows?," products VA Questionaires of Kelthane would howell
many Tree And Shrubs
Dr. Harris asks. and well-being of Bossy In order to prevent further mite

"Isn't It amazing how they "As one evaluates the situa- damage. Has Arrived
Parrish Administration
Motor. have such smog problems a- The Veterans Now Is an excellent tune
tion and removes the foggy
for 50,000 Large, Selection,
has suggestion ,;
round Los Angeles since all a
shadows of deceit from their and In to cut back Crepe
RALESKKVICF the Bossys have moved miles eyes and mind. It becomes easy veterans, widows received parents Income Myrtle. These plants are fully Fro.
away? Perhaps some culprit to see that Bossy: no longer r Florida their No- :dormant In December and need $5.99Free
with Pecan
PARTS 'VOLv.: Is lining up all those cows out stands accused," Dr. Harris d t questionnaires checks. not be painted to prevent bleed-
1st pension
in the outlying valleys and giving points out. tJ.
and return the questionnaires Ing.Some
one big burp toward Los Milk a* a food has been used Complete plants are tolerant of
Always O..4 Vied Can Angeles. Someone should exa- promptly, the agency Petunias for
by man for thousands of years.It cold. example, $3.3
1 Ml Laura St. .. .... 35F545. mine this theory," says Dr. has been obtained from a advises for, returning even though them the Is not can freeze solid and still sur Peach: |
Harris. variety; of animals and has vive. Pansies can also with- ,
AUTO ELECTRIC After fostering and nursingthe reached varied positions of Importance until January 15. the rea- stand adverse weather. Nurserymen Free
V A officials explained
human race since the begin in different cultures 01'even suggest that you pro Pear $3.30Shrub ]
for this Is that
JOn suggestion
PEAVY Brother' ning of time, the cow now stands different periods In the tact those plants that cannot
past experience shows
accused. Man no longer appreciates same culture. It Is an Important ; many survive the extremely cold per-
Electric Co. milk, milkshakes, economic of questionnaires are lost, misplaced iods. Use suchas
: and source pro otherwise a heavy cover $1.69Shrub
steaks, roast and other delicacies or old blankets thick Insulation Azalea ;
teins of good quality becauseIt ,
Alternator Start,. ; Five uppliantei in one, and virtually guaranteed lo be put Into delayed If they are not returned
provided by cows forgonerations. contains mineral elements, material or even cardboard
Generator Regulators Even the dogs and cats particularly calcium and phosphorus operation Chrlnlma night. Ronion'i Whinper Drive DUl-The- promptly. boxes. No plants have ceased
Speed Appliance Power Center I. a blender "carafe a juicer, When this happens, VA's determination $1.69Ligustrum
AUTO ,may all soon be eating cereal. needed for strong bones growing at this time of year.
---- TRUCK knife and scissor sharpener, coffee bean grinder and leeeru.her of amounts due pensioners -
and good teeth; and, most Important The root system,however,con-
In 1973 Is hampered,
DIESEL -all driven by one motor tinues to be active and
Nine Local It supplies fat-soluble since the questionnaires provide suppliesthe
4044 ,L.non Av, Jax. vitamins such as vitamin A Information essential for top growth with nutrients
ierZs.2.8s' Students To for good growth and normal vision Blender unit makesfood this computation. "If the questionnaires and water. Strong winter winds CamrlliuHCOW
.ham. .. and the B-complex vIta- are returned late deplete the limbs and branchesof
.PIANOS. mins so essential for youthful moisture, It Is 2.59
"_ Get Degrees'' or not at all, some pensionersnay so Important -
appearance, Dr. Harris empha receive late checks, to keep the soil moist in
YAMAHA PIANOS sizes. Yule giftingThe : smaller checks, or no checksat order to preserve the top of
CONN and KIMBALL all", It stressed VA your plants.
ORGANS Nine local University; of Florida '-' ..-' by Now Is an excellent limo: to
students, of 1,363 graduates, newest concept In range of 24 numbered po- W. Vance Director, Odell prune peach trees. The pro- ManureTo
wUl receive degrees from the Sport gifts kitchen appliances port- sitions,with specially marked per form and shape of a well
university; at the Florida gyn- able, multi-purpose food settings for the four op- a all pensioners were mailed pruned peach tree should be Enrich The
maalum In ceremonies start- preparation systems will tional attachments questionalre, so VA's that of a basket, open In the Soil For Healthy
ing at 10 ajn. Saturday, Dec. Santain activate festivities in every The Whisper Drive Dlal- advice Is -- It questionnaire center with fruiting brancheson
16. keep lucky home where a Ronson The-Speed Appliance Power was received on November 1 I. the outside. Watch for scaleon Plants
Law students will receive Whisper Drive Dlal-The- Centers are loaded with 1972, return It to VA as soon peach trees. This may
I their degrees at the Holland Speed Appliance. Power unique design, operatingand as possible. manifest Itself In a white 40 $1.67
Law Center Adudltorium with shape Center arrives.for the holi safety features that put Tax AssessorIs growth. A spray of Malathion Bag.
Judge Robert Mann, second days. them In a class by them- or Ethlon will help to control
KIMBALL "SWINCKR"ORGANS district court of Appeals In This versatile new unit selves. But the most Impor- Given Good the scale. Repeated applications
Lakeland, giving the principal Hall Santa the sportsman operates not only a blender tant difference of all Is the may be necessary. RYEGrass
Roosevelt Mall-388-8SU address. carafe, but four .optional basic concept: five appli- Report In Audit Now Is a good time to think
Featured speaker at the gym- This year saluting that attachments for juicing ances, all driven by one County; Tax Assessor Gene about ground covers. The mon-
nasium will be Max Lerner, special Santa takes on a sharpening knives and scis- quiet, powerful motor.It Long has received a generally do grass type; ground cover can
FURNITURE noted writercolumnist.Degree healthful approach. Every sors, grinding coffee beans makes sense. It also good report from State Auditor be easily transplanted at this
I candidates and their man's a sportsman to some and crushing Ice, as well. makes holidays- and ordi- General Ernest Ellison, time of year. It will make a Seed Lb. 16
I FURNITURE hometowns are listed. Betty; degree.He Its' unique control dial nary days more fun for with some minor exceptions. strong vigorous root system '
:' Ann Crawford, bachelor of provides Infinite speed selection the chief cook; and bottle- The recently released audit during the remaining winter SO Lb. $6.99
; AT DBCOU arts, Harold Charles Farns- may not be a three- through the full washer.I'rrlly covered an 18-month period months ready for strong top
I Complete worth, Jr., bachelor of scienceIn tlmes-a-weelc golfer, or an b ending last July 31. growth In the spring. Check 100 Lb. $12.49
Household administration Henry Mor- every day fisherman, but in Concerning Internal control with your local nurseryman for
gan Richards, Jr., master of all probability he does havea s and records, the audit said: his advice on other good ground
Furnithingt business administration, and favorite Interest. "Internal control over cash covers. Rye grass is a bright --'LhORI OafBEST
Up To 40% Savings Robert Wesley White, bachelorof Even if he's an armchair transactions was good Money green. If you planted It earlierIn
architecture, all of Starke, athlete, Santa can be outfitted and securities insurance was, the fall maybe It is too brighta ,
Baxley Chair Co. Owen Bruner Baker,Jr.,bachelor with some very spe- provided by the Board of County green and on the yellowish ONTIROIa
of science In business administration cial gifts, oriented to his i ; Commissioners. Records side If It is, you should .
648 Cotsett 1 Block Keystone Heights, appreciation of sports. ii were well kept and compliedwith apply an application of a mixed CWIMICAI G..
From 1.10Jocksonvillo. and William Woodrow Hicks of With dally pressures tak- i legal requirements." chemical fertilizer. Check with

389-1741 Lake Butler with a bachelors ing a toll on many Santa's Expenses were adequately your local nurserymen for the Open All Day WednesdayTerwillegar ;
In arts. spreader setting and the of
degree "Yule Time Spirit," a novel supported except for some tra- type
fertilizer eM1* *w
which notw :
tymveLvouchers were
gift might be t a !' "'.r
1Ift1lffft"'VAd.' $ IIh s ripgaahie complete as to the times of departure .ems

Many resorts have special and return, the auditor

I ''Terwillegar MotorsUSED weekend package plans 4' ,, i said. Ellison also noted thata I
: geared especially to sports $25 allowance for travel for
I Another suggestion mightbe .' ,c< an employe was not documented -
to supply him with tick- with the average distance Motors
CAR: SPECIALS ets to his favorite team's traveled during a month.
Ellison reported that Long
FOR CHRISTMAS gpme.Of course If he is a real turned in excess Income of
in 1971 and that
$2,474 nearly
practicing athlete, he might
like additions to his sport- enough for ll e table and Trudy lo lie put In use -oilf amount during a portion of 1972. USED TRUCK SPECIALS
ing gear Some careful detection :lirimniu* Day. Four mueh-needed appliance in three differ Long advised Ellison on Nov.16
1967 Old work here can determine ent motif and color arc- mire lo plcM.. CoflWnmkcr, buffet that corrective steps have been
fry pan, loanter and ""Buconer comprise she Gallery vollec- taken In response to the au-
Fourdoor what he needs.
995 lion from Hamilton licarh.' ditor's findings.

Power & Air

99 5. Four 1969 Door Ford V-8 $ 350 lOGS Chevrolet

Automatic & Air Pickup

1971 LTD

$X395 A5-v Air-9 $ 895 1967 Pickup Chevrolet

$1 () 951971 Vega I' 4I' Excellent r

1968 Chevrolet
.4 Christmas Gift, 095

1971 'ord'Torino' '' Pickup
1295 Man WithEverythi"g
4 Door V-8

l : ,, 1969 Chevrolet

1969 1' Ten Officious Colors Cab & Chassis
$995 Two Door V-8 ax .
Automatic & Air SOFT TIP PENS ,,,

1870 Ford Falcon Expresso Showcase 1971 Chevrolet

$1 095 Two Door, i< O1> .t r $3.50Reg. S2O95 Pickup V -8

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$395 A a 4 aatic Door & Alt The Telegraph $1095 PickupL.W.B.


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1963 Falcon 1 $ 39511auger Pickup


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Johnny Appleseed was no i I'm On My Way To The 'w
mythical hero. Ho was nursery- 1
man from Massachusetts, whose First Federal Where I Keep
i real name was John Chapman. ;
Dorn in 1774, Mr. Chapmanwas To
reported to have spent My Money Buy
much of his life traveling about v .. i i} l i 1A
the United States, planting ap- t { 7 Presents
pie seeds. V

He was immortalized in #
American literature, but many 4
persons think that :Johnny Ap-
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man Krow.who He wandered liked to throughout see things Handsome addition to the 1972 Christmas Parade In stork was the Union County High School marching tand.

'cods the, ,midwest wherever planting he USE OUR HOT LINE TO CALL

Seeds grow Into trees, and SWeden contributes Love season
trees bear fruit. We provide tasty
with many THE POLE !
our finest customers service. This policy the very has SANTA AT NORTH

borne fruit .. satisfied customers
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i I For ChrIstmas holiday Holiday festivities begin spoon .( loll and fro.h dill, a
arARKE PIORIDA entertalnlnrr,Sweden offers early In Sweden-on Banta dash ., popper lot ...Ielo.M.'t ,
dozens of asty, easy-to- Lucia Day December 11. a tabloipoon of kutf.r COURTESY r
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frtd with Parfuma Corday'a modern I Savings and Loan Association of Starke .
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o .. Little girls love to discover
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tiny trinkets little dolls
-4:i i 3 USED 10 WIDES! S and dolly accessories, toiletries I
-< Special I ChrUlma* feasting In Sweden-itnorcaibord w{ith hair care items, doll I
COMPLETELY RENOVATED FULLY FURNISHED famous WASA crisp rye bread. house furnishings. I i I

which have boaton -. ooooo '
I w. S.II|| & Install Awnings, Skirting, With a holiday month of light roam you Cook o-o
? nightly visiting and enter- with ono egg yolk. .
3* Carport, Utility Buildings, Hurricane taining,Swedish housewivesseek lowly ova low hoot for l> mln-'
;* foods' and 'dishes that ute or two, stirring constantly Central! Heat
Anchor And Brocket Cad
m ; CDm can be prepared well In advance with a win whisk until ml,.turo 1* IJfIlff !
:yao Approved, Roof Coating By Th. Gallon Org stored easily andserved'quickly. thlakoni. ( It All
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Applied By Our Factory Traln.d P."on.l.! 33: The perfect Pour tho lauco ovor tho crab-

z WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING OF VALUE! g answer smorgasbord. ail assortment specialtiesthat of with moot,a mill.,..oon.and Chock stir .thorn....nln.wolf. : Completely Installed :

(FURNITURE CARS BOATS TRACTORS, combine to produceany lorvo cold-or run undo Iho 1 1broil. 8 .
kind of meal required., ., .....
TRUCKS ECT.) far a mlnuto' bofara -
Serving'as a perfect base Ing. I 0 :
THIS FULL SERVICE DEALERSHIP/S OPEN for platters of mounded 9
= 8A.M. 9PM. DAILY t shrimps, herring with dmandmustard 9 2TtfO .
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1 8P.M. SUNDAY' $ sauce, or sour Holiday flowers t .
> cream and capers are Swe-
= Located SR '21 Blandlng Blvd. den's famous WASA crisp bring blooming I. .

c "r" : rye breads, plain, seasonedor 1 9 .
p Orango Park, Florida aI dark rye. gifts of color .
o An especially interesting Colorful flowers give the 1 9 .
I, CD PARTS & SERVICE 901-264-4534 O topping for the.crispbreadsIs Christmas holidays an extra I.
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this Swedish hot crab- special feeling 'of
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Combine' 'I, pound froth, Er.o.n .- worn, given to friends and I.
COLUMBIA or cannod crabmoot with a loved ones as a gift, and can .
CO:1.NASHUA spoonful of lhrry. Add a ttaBULLINGTON'S be used extensively for decorating .
any home.Preplanted 1
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festive pots like an African $
FL0 Amaryllis, tulips, begoniasor I B Seven Air Supply Ducts
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r'R counters and brighten and sun tables corners.desks, I. All ,Labor And Materials or

104 W.: Coil Street Oreen plants are usually I Thermostat Controls' o
much more durable and re,
Starke Ph. 964-7271 quire a considerably smaller I: 'Completely Installed :
amount of care.Some of the I

Fine Selection 2 pk 83 Color FILM 'FREE gory most are popular the dlonaea in this cate-mus- D (Kxcept Klcctrical: \Hork\ ) or

cipula <(Venus< fly trap)I. 1 9 .
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"Old man" cactus. Oriental
A doll cactus and the Boston I 9 .
n fern.Other I 9 : '. I
,. Wallets jl'l'! are of the hearty easy-care plants green that I 9 \. .
variety Include Hindu rope I 9 .
plant, Norfolk-Island Pine ," -..I .
and the mistletoe fig. '

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flowers, why not help
Or Square ShOO r I Mm or her in their hobby? I. ... ,..1'..' o

Hybrid tulips, Iris, snow- .
JEWELRYLarge drops, bulbous iris crocus,
scilla and daffodils can be : = i
given right at Christmas Intheir ( We Service All Mokes PHONE

Ntcklam Braclets-Ptndants Selection- Pens & Costume Jewelry planting bulb in stage the spring.ready for AIR CONDITIONING I I I EQUIPMENTCOMMEItClAL. I I : r
Some of the more color-
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A Wide Selection Of 1 Gifts For Men. rich color giant Hya4. r .; \

clnth early bloomingbut- t
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Choose From A Wide Selection blue dainty For scilla the"glory slblrlca more of the dedicated, and snow.the" ;4<: Sawyer Slade Gas i.: ;I Is

Of Books And Bibles lovers of flora there are yelI ; I

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J- "Right now our luccen depends up the nucleus of the team SMOKED TURKEYS
JV have every chance to move .
big at year, of action In backflold. How-
.> on a successful oft season next year, coming back for ttotHurrsse.onxt to a starting position,"accord
: program! and Individual the second year of varsity; play. acSeveral 'evert nothing should betaken'
backs good experience Ing to Hurse. '
work on the pert at each boy" 6'3 and 203 -got for. granted and those up from '
;: Terry Hayes poundsand
'' says Head Football Coach at Donald Loper 5'11 and 155 show good at potential Junior varsity for varsity. and ___._u__.,.___________ ___,u':.1.1Rn u._. __:____ .. For ChristmasExpertly __ 7
;;: Bradford High, talking on next pounds at the offensive and Leonard "
San& ;
year's, football squad."I defensive end pOlltlons.Charl.s Jimmy They Lane are Elva Hampton i C.B. Radio
look for the backfield to Crawford 5'9, 169
.:: be explosive because of our pounds at offensive and defensive James Tommy ReddshBruesBarnes Aldrtdge, Johnny Nichols -,' Li And:: Equipment Cooked The Way You Like It.
:J Quickness and speed that we tackle positions. Chuck and Donnle Thomas.. .
:,. will retain. Only thing we are Norton 5'9 180 pound offensive Four boys who look good at 321 N. Temple Ph. 964-8344 Or 964-8361
: Is experience," and defensive tac-
: giving up guard
end from the Junior varsityare
c commented Hurse. kle, Early Chandler 5'10 and Sheldon Hodge, David MeMlllan -' COMPLETE; LINE ''CHANNEL- .
r "On the line we will be 185 pounds at linebacker Steve Dale Haas,and Harold To Place Your Order Call 4969411.
,;< bigger but a little slower. A- Register 6'3 185 pounds at Davis. Other boys seeing action MASTER
f.gain we will be Inexperienced offensive center and defensive McCoy "
who could develop are -
",: and we need a good spring tackle. Tim Crews 5'8 155 White John Morgan Rudolph t r Pearce Slmpaon TUof 3

':'.practice in order to beat Ocala nerback running back and defensive Ronnie Hall cor-5'8 Lennon, and Johnny Cov-, ", lnaraI.J4... g1SS.95 LYMAN GREEN'S BARBQUEPlease
I&Vanguard In the opening game Ington. Includes Antenna St F.ll.; .
160 back
pounds running
15,next year said Hurse.X Takcles with good Junior varsity Spring & Labor Reg. all0."
: : The following boys will make defensive Charlie safety.Green would have experience are Gary Wal- ,< 10% Off'All Channel Place Order By Dec. 22 To Insure!, Delivery For Christmas
lace 5'10 and 240 pounds Doug-
played a lot of quarterback, Randall HUdlon,. Most.,. Products"
but could not because of Injured Jimmy last Haggan Scott, and Benny Car- rortable Radios .- Pocket Radio! Order May Bo Picked Up At Lyman Cr..,,'. BorB-Qu. In Storlco
knee according to Hurse. ter. We Have Bank AmericarJHnancinn
Green will be back this
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Guards from are '
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quarterback with no varsity Your
Norton, Dwight Barber
; experience and a half year Danny Anderson and David Mo netlc Signs Mad. To Or Jer:On'Premises
of Junior varsity experience.
Harper. .
: "He (Green) looked last good and In Centers from Junior footballare --.- -_. ..._ -_._.._-----_...t_.._.___.___ --------..---.-------.
XMAS spring practice year Marlon Thornton 5'8, 175

for was the challenging spot," says Eddie Hurse.Hazen 180 pounds pounds and, both Bill Brown having S'10.seen Over 7,000 STARKE'S LARGEST QUALITY
: SALE trying for the quarter- a lot of action last year according -
'back spot next year will be
Johnny Hobbs who was a new- to HUt' .. Gifts
: ,NoFrostrefrigerator comer In Junior varsity In the "We expect to pick up eightor
middle of the"year. "He has 10 boys that will probablycome JEWELER
i / loads of potential"says Hurse. out for the first time .
Hobbs also has nice throw- or who were out two years a. J
Ing action and seems to be a go and decided to. come backin
freezersr natural and will be a Junior ," says Hurse. ,
while Green Is a senior. "Next year's club will be IS YOUR GUIDE TO FINE
Mike Caskins up from quarterback very Inexperienced with only
of the Junior varsity
r: last year will be up to varsity two starters''of the 1972 sea' o
but will probably be play- son, the two being Steve Register dl GJ
.. and Terry Hayes" said :J

Donald Loper could be a
starter at end. Chuck Norton To Choose,
will probably hold down one
of the guard spots. Early Chandler From : -
: it,' should be one of the linebackers
: rpJ both Tim Crews and
:.: Ronnie Hall should see a lot

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Choice of Three Starke Men's Recreation Volleyball League Department g.. W"Dcmllllll LOW SENSIBLE PRICES e ,. e

Automatic CyclesWWA has been formed and lea-
play opened Wednesday,
.. December 13, at 7 P.m.
four The teams league Raiford Is composed, Keystone of Delight Her I For an Extra Special Christmas

Heights, and two teams from
a' Starke the Dinks and'the-Stri- With A I. 1 1rJlumWfm
kers. 4 her Diamonds
Each team will play two mat- give
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them In th* process of taking into last Saturday night. Nothing -
over'$132 worth of good from but money was missing/
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East Washington Street,, according Deputy Sheriff Robert Green.
to City Patrolman Lane u H* said it look lice tile
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r! A ceiling by peeling back the tin and they did not bother 4 M iY, }
roof and crawling; down the anything else In the building
rafter John and Cole happened except tor tile window in which
+ its 1 to be riding by th* afore the Culprits broke to enter the e
when they saw the person In building.
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not say anything, and It looked tection device really log your '''Grll''''.* Gift" check for o8.035 In Rvnii
( suspicious. He and the other camera film It provide a sharing fund,. la happily!! shown by County ,Clerk Gib
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Brown and Commission member" Ralph .Bryan.
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Revenue Rest Rooms ., Union' CO. Seats ra'

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students) out of the habit" of 3 New MembersThree ,
(From Page 1)) messing up tile rest rooms.
"If take some dollars In ,1
Sharing Act, tile money can b* each school" Casey laid. "I new board members accident "
spent for a wide rang of think funds will be available: C.U. Crew,' Paul M. Rtherd, Bradford and Union are two ''r I. :r
"priority"; project ouch u: it'll take that and some time." and David F, (SMriWoodlngton. of the seven counties )Just signIng -' .,
Public Safety; Including( law enforcement Some people have forgotten were Mated last Tuesday at the contract with Jackson ;. '
fir protection and just how far Bradford schools Union County; Commission's ville's Department of Safety; .
building code enforcement)};Environmental have com In tile past eight December meeting. for the EMC program. fls
o Protection(Including ;years, .. The three new members were The project la federally funded ?
__... disposal sanitation, "W* had outside privy's Just elected in the November for 4 period of three year
and polludon abatement; Public a few ;years ago, and two school ) Union County; will receive about
Transportation (Including tran- had. pot bellied stoves.". The Union board did not or- fto ooo) the first year for '
alt systems street and road; While admitting restroom genus last week' aa Gerald staffing tile ambulance and for
and a number of other area situation exist*. Casey said Grimr term aa chairman doe emergency room facilities at ,S
Including Heal Recreation, Bradford schools: have more not expire until tile January Union General Hospital. .
: **, : Service* for serious problem.. meeting. Felton Smith i* th* be board received a letter 1
1. 1h* sees? or aged, and Financial The superintendent also noted other holdover on the com from the Commission on Local ', ,
.Administration. that parent complaint: about mission.In Government, which wa established 'I'j I
F No part of the money maybe rest room mad the front page one 'or Its first actions, by the legislature, asking 'j
I used a* matching fund to of The Telegraph. A few weeks the board approved a contract for Information on how tile
obtain additional Federal fund ago h* pointed out, a story with the City; of Jackaonvlll on' county; 1* utilizing horn rule.
under any\ Federal program. stating that Bradford fourth a IOvencounty.emel1tOllq; The board voted, after dls-
The chief executive officerof grade students read on an equal medical car program which .evasion, unanimously tile state
each unit of local government with the rest of Ole state was will provide each participating commission for assistance in
receiving the fund must relegated to the back pages of county with ambulance service' obtaining an' enabling act to
certify to the Secretary of U.S. the paper. for emergency case auch aa levy a utility; tax on all electricand
Treasury that endU.menttunda "That' something teacher.hen heart attack or major highway telephone\ services in Union AA
received by it have been used have worked 10 ;years to County.In ; .
only for priority; expenditure attain" Casey states pointing other action, tile board: !
by the Act. out h* think priorities have I Need For Agreed notify Tharp Construction -
been misplaced. Co. to complete Its
as43c.I. Casey also pointed out there contract on Union General Hospital e rwyA
Is $50,000 uncommitted fund by December 11 or the
In the current school budget New JailIs ''board would have the work
(From Page 1)) .which could be spent on the restroom done and bill tile contractor.:
problem If that Is where Accepted resignation of Farm 9
tile entire plant' Tuesday before the priority Is placed after the CitedA Forest*' DtcWe Staple and I
appearing at tile council first of die year; decided to ask state officialsto
meeting.A appoint Allen Tarleton,Bradford
.he. said last week. Salter "I knew It was coming."says recommendation that plans farm forester, as his successor.
again stated he told Don Hill SupU-Elect Jim Temple who be made to build a new county; .
when Ole plant first went Into says he went to Casey and told "detention facility"; Jail) wa Adopted resolution calling Z1T
operation that tile oddr should him ace parent would appearat made In a routine Jail Inspection on the Department of Transportation -
b* gone within a few weeks the school board meeting. report filed with the County; to paint center line i.- 5:: // I
after tile lagoon system became -. But no politics were InvolvedIn Commission by Prison Inspector and to set up warning sign on t
balanced. Any renderIng that move Tempi emphaslies. ] Ronnie K..Grlffls. secondary roads. The board 'D
plant using a lagoon system executed a contract with the eQ Bank Amerfcard!
ha an odor problem for The rest room problem The. recommendation was DOT to install signal lights
a few weak until tile proper "didn't arrive overnight," the made In view of tile prospect at highway, intersections .and
amount of waste material can upt.-lct state. H* I.1 a of housing city; prisoners in railroad crossing Mastarcharzo A
build up In the water, Salter former principal at Lawtey. the county; jail some time after -Set. a Dec. 14 meeting with Welcome
aid. Brooker and old Bradford Junior January 1 1. with tile threat of Drs. Bruce Goldstein and Robert -
Then several weeks ago a High and Bradford High. serious overcrowding. Markham discuss opera
tractor backed over the pump "It's a long standing real tion of the Lake Butler medical -
which controls the amount of problem. The rest rooms stink, The report\ said that a joint grog trcar patch StrawberFACTORY Peat Strawberry Patch
waste material Introduced Into they're terrible," Temple meeting would be held lOOn bet erry -
tile lagoon, overloading tile states. "I'm not .defending ween City and County; Commlssloners -
lagoon with waste material. .them. to work out details of I
Aa a result, bacteria In the "1'11 u.ureyou; I'll take that the consolidation ol, detention,
lagoon system had an Insufficient problem up on January-," facilities. However, when contacted
amount of oxygen; and Tempi say. "I think It can this -week, no city; or OUTLE1'DO.tJULE
died. Odor( In recent has been be corrected." county; official had knowledgeof
caused. by that Imbalance and Aa promised during his campaign any.auclt, meeting being. set
the excess of waste material, Temple says, one of his up. '
primarily blood present In the Irtos"beefuuf his administration Criffls' report said that die KNIT POLYESTEROn
lagoon "the entire school city; Jail "has been condemned
Salter emphasized that th* maintenance program. New and I recommend that if the
rendering plant Is designed so Laildlngs must be kept In good City; and County; do not agree Bolts First Grade
it cannot possibly pollute any. repair he says. to house city; prisoner! at the -
water supply or cause air pollution. Of three full time mainte- county facility; a court '''order
The only possible problem ) nance personnel! employed in b* obtained to close flU facility. Direct From The Knitters
U odor' and that la what tile school system aa county- ; ." Of TheCaroli
has. been happening. wide personnel! it takes two Under,) 1 .. _
working constantly Just to keep form ;act,, die last term of Ma-: I ? ." 60" To .. > > ..,
the new air-conditioning and yor'a Court held hereon 64" Wide >-f: :
heating equipment checked out, January 2, sheer which Jurisdiction -
tile supt.-lect points out. In all case formerly Made For Manufacture Of Famous
Ham !
Tempi point out that Brook- coming before this court will Iran
.r and Hampton Elementary be transferred to County;
school have been kept In good Judge's Court. Ladies & Mens Wear Not For Cloth Or Discount Stores
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repair and condition sine they County; Judge-elect Elite San- .
were built. In the 1997-68 school den baa announced term of
' i ii Tempi prin court on Jan. 9, III, 23 and 30.',
i i .dicer for being cUeefforrce f Traffic caaaa will be heard on 1 r'Jan. ; : '
: ,.keeping a school In good physical -. ', '23 and 30"'at 9 a.m.\: ,I; :
i.II i. shape. 'Th principal 1. the ,with other 'cases .scheduled. .for.iJan. : 4CrdToBelieve8. : '
ky,factor, Temple says, he'. 16 at 2 pjn. *. $2..59. .
II the person thence upsrlntend- t True :
tile parson the new superintendent .. : ;
will hold tile responsiblefor I -
, conditions at each school.: Double Knit Polyester PER YARD
; Summing up 1s feelings Just JY: 1m ,.
, two weeks prior to taking over = MILL
tile helm of the Bradford school 1.1 PmTIa "M: B W iron Ladies ,Slacks 9':30.600: : Daily

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record on AC.Sop any man to carry, that h* '
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wt UJ and r.rm.d carry mypathis! with any man.theDecembec,14.1972 and board newly-wed" $5.98 301 Starke Fla.Ut
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: December 14, 1972 Telegraph Page 9 I .

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ti. ao. r t tla past Blue Devils

-h ,, year cloud** Elva Hampton led the Bradford nine points.

,High junior varsity caged Bradford tried three charity
I Ii as he to a 52-50 win over the shots and made two for 67
i field Green Cove Blue Devils Tuesday percent while Green Cove buc-
! night In the Bradford gym, keted eight of 13 for 62 per-
with 14 points on the board cent.
I II half- and over 10 rebounds Early in the first quarter
closed it looked like BHS was going I
of the James Aldridge, Wayne Berry to run away with the ballgame
final and David McMillan also as they led 14-0 with 2:55: left
: a w had at least 10 rebounds In In the period. But with extra
fouls .., & the battle to the finish. Ald-
2a.r'I effort the Blue Devils scored
proved ridge tallied 12 points for Brad six points the quarter ended 't
Green ford while Early Chandler put 14-6.

/ Tor- eight up."There. Coming back in the second

of the were a lot of placesin period Green Cove outscored
the game that as a wholewe Bradford 15-12, closing the gap
2-0 the looked good, but at the to 26-20 by halftime.

Brad-. same time there was too many James Aldridge came backin
nine places that we let down," said the third quarter and scored .
scored BHS JV Coach Steve Bushore. three straight baskets along D

I I trail The Tornadoes now have a with dumps by Early Chandler
I of the season record of 1-2 after losing Dale Haas, and Wayne Berryto
to St. Augustine 62-29. and outscore the Devils by one
I hit --' to Santa Fe 46-41, over the point 12-11 making the score
Brad- I- : : opening weekend of play for 38-31 at the close of the third

14- the baby cagers. quarter.In .
the latter part of the fourth
"One of the reasons we letdown Green Cove scored 12
t fire
Is because we quit hust with the
straight points except
a 14 : ling. By the time we start ion of one basket for BUS donated -
hustling the whole ball
gamewe by Elva Hampton to close
will be hard to beat,"
the gap before the game endedto
Berber signs a University of Florida football" scholarship as Head B of raid. Bushore. 5250.

Football,Coach looks on. Barber will be going to U of F as a linebacker after with ,-- t .. Tony Kirkland of Green Cove
Cove f i the leading scorer of the Score by Quarters)
in two good for .Bradford.Leading. with 15 followedby
years game points,
Rids Sheldon lay for two points In
Hodge sets up a up
Blue teammate Melvin Martin with BUS14 12 12 14 52
the game against Santa Fe last Saturday night In 10 points. Mike Brltllngton was CO5 15 11 19 SOBHS (
Starke. the next scorer for GC with

turn Aldridge 6-0-12, Berry
BHS the 5-0-10, McMillan 2-0-4,Hampton .
the 6-2-14, Chandler 3-2-8,
led fe Minded BHSCagers Haas 1-0-2, and Hudson 102.
Totals 24452.

;? t 21 .. . ,
i GO 4-1-9 Martin
'; -Signs I, '; :fot.the' ,. .\ ..' ... .. 2-10 Johnson 2-3-7, Brltllng:

>- .. seemed ton 4-1-9, Klrland 7-1-15..
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Totals 21850.
Last season's' Bradford High leading tackier for Bradford Hur... Win First 2Defense '
linebacker Vernon Barber received with 48 tackles and 53 assists "Florida does points Against Santa Fe Bradford'
a football scholarshipfrom He also recovered one fumble boys his size end of Junior varsity cagers fumbled I
the University of Florida ..and Intercepted one pass to Barber around with the'' ball enoughto
after choosing the University; for the season at Ms linebacker think he is hard to may well be the trade Tornadoes handed Santa Fe scored four straight points as hand the Raiders a 46-41
of Florida over another Flori- post., to play college 11)T in the mark of Bradford's basketball- their first loss of the season the Raiders closed to within victory over the Tornadoes in
da State.University."It Barber's scholarship Is a mented Hurse. ers this after the Torna- 60-49. one of the Tornadoes, 17-16. the second lame of the sea
year IOn, giving BIIS 0-2 re-
was a hard decision. Both full four year grant with' a "They (Florida) Green does opened their '72 season The win gave Bradford aper- The visitors were never ableto cord.
net worth of about
are fine schools, but my homeis "He Is coachable 12000. ath- capable of giving oc- with convincing wins over San- fect 2-0 mark for the season, take the lead, however, as The St. Augustine game was
a very iate the sink a ta Fe and conference rival St.Augustine. while the loss was Santa Fe'sfirst
In Lawtey and being closeto lete and Is a natural athlete help on Bradford exploded for eight the other loss for Bradfordas
my grandmother means a who knows what Is happeningand Hurse. Barber : In .' in three outings. straight points. Johnny Brown the Jackets rolled 62-29

great. deal to me," says Barber Is a hard worker," says play at linebacker. New- Friday night the BHS cagers Bradford led all the way and then sunk a free throw for the over the hapless Tornadoes in
leading tackler for BHS. Head Tornado David Hurse. "We (the with- showed that defense can be the after slow start, exploded for Raiders before the Tornadoes their opener last Friday In
"And I want to be a part of BHS) are very 15-foot key to victory, as they routed 14 In the final four minutes of scored another six straight In SA.
Coach Doug Knott's defense at "He Is as far'alone in his non and we are St. Augustine 63-39 In their the second period to take a the remainder for the half. ".\ lack of experience was
Florida." development physically as any- have a Tornado In -.awed very evident in our first two
season opener. Saturday night 31-17 halftime lead. Bradford put the on Ice
Barber, 5-11 and 185. was the one I have coached," said said Hurse. scor then the Tornadoes upped their record Santa Fe led off the third as they outscored game the visitors outings Steve!" Junior Var.ltyCoach

With to 2-0 with an easy 60- period with three straight buckets 14-1 In the final four minutesof : Bushore.
: to be 49 win over :the Raiders to close to within 10 points, the period. It was defense, "In St. Augustine It was the
but Bradford then caught fire however, that made the difference first time the majority; of the
lay-up "It was defense that made the
Rlioden Leads B ad 44-40 difference," said Tornado and the Raiders were unable to as the Tornadoes forc- JV participated In organized
basketball In front of an audience -
off a Coach Mike Sexton. "This year narrow the margin. ed Santa Fe Into seven turnovers "
Willie Newsome scored Brad- to set up the baskets. commented Bushore.
l an- we have spent the majority of
ford first four points and Williams Shooting for the outside, Wil Elva Hampton was high scorer -
defense and
shots, time practicing
then scored six straight lie /Newsome: did most of the for Bradford In the Santa
54-26 Win margin It really has paid off!
With Fe game with 17 points. Wayne
Easy ,SANTA FE GAME for the Tornadoes as they tooka damage, scoring six points
Berry was next with 10, Early
later Able Williams and WUlle 14-8 lead at the end of the while Malachi Henry added an-

,, ,' and Newsome teamed up to score first Santa quarter.Fe's Carlos Grant then (S.. Poge 11)) (See Page 10))
48- 34 points Saturday night as the
To Flag 'Championship .Green Just

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game KH Beats Bell 63-55
Behind the running and pass- and two yards. to go at its 18 sed to John '
log of Macclenny's Marcus yard line. yards and a first
Rhoden, Badcock Furniture Badcock methodically moved 25. On the second 1
coasted to a 54-26 win over Kit- 62 yards In six plays on den ran for 11
chin's Tile last Thursday night first down Marcus Rhoden pas- second and four. 51 Rack
To First Win
in a showdown the championship battle which determined of- down lie Flynn, Rhoden for the 58 Up :

the Men's Flag Football Lea- Kitchen's 36 yard ; White
gue. KH Girls Rhoden then 2-
Badcock has won the league Patrick for 11 yards ; ; 4-4-12; Keystone High School "toughone Shooting 34 per cent of their 8-0-16, Grayson 4-2-10, Turk- par field goal percentage (25
championship every year and 25 yard line. On ; 102. to lose" last Friday night field goals the first half, the nett 2-0-4, Ketch 3-0-6, lIen- per cent) appeared to hurt the
has lost only three games in Go 39-20 five, Rhoden hit to a surprising Bell cage team Indians came out blazing hot derson 0-1-1. Totals 30363. Indians the most reported Head
league play in those three at the 13 and It 64-52, but came ,back Tuesday In third quarter action, making Coach Stefan Brokas.
years. The Men's Flag Foot- BellA goal. ; 6- to play four quarters of five of the first seven field Friday night's loss to the Going into Tuesday night's
ball League is sponsored by By On the 6th play of 2- consistent basketball to whip goals. Hurner connected on his Bell Bulldogs was reminis- game against Trenton Larry
the Starke Recreation Depart- Rhoden ran the '' ; the visiting Trenton Tigers first two field goal attemptsand cent of the Indians'secondgameof Turknett was leading the Indiana -
ment. The Furniture team was 39-20 victory gave the Key- TD, 63-55 for their first victory of Wlngate was unbelievablein the season against Cedar In scoring with a 9.7
8-2 for' the season Runner- stone Heights High girl bas- alb enullifieedd the the season.In making four consecutive 18- Key when the Sharks won bya average. Bobby Humor and Don
up Kitchens was 73. ketbaUers their fifth win of Badcock found the Suwannee River Con- 20 footers to push the Indians margin of 13 points, 65- Wingate followed closely with
Thursday's play-off was made the season Friday In a road and goal from the ference game the Indians sent to a 14 point, 38-22, midway the 52. Against Bell, the margin 9.5 and 9.0 averages after four
necessary when Kitchen's Tile game in Bell den pass fell t the Tigers back to Trenton with third period. was 12 points 64-52. Both games.
upset Badcock on the final nightof Chris Brokas again led the Kitchens was their tails dragging primarilyas Leading 46-39 at the end of games saw the Indians fall six Keystone's Jaycees squad e-
the season three weeks ago Indian girls with 22 points first .and goal a result of the hot shooting the third quarter the Indians points behind In the first quarter vened Its season's record at
to Ihrpw the league leaders into her top point producing performance On the next play, < of "field general" Bobby Hur- exchanged baskets with the tigers and likewise If only two 2-2 with a victory over the
a tie for:,first place.. of the season. Caro- the ball over for an- ner and "sure shot" Don Win- In the last quarter to score of the four quarters of play Junior Bulldogs. Bruce Bleas-
"After this'game was play- lyn Jordan has six points. Rhoden then ran for held In gate Both tallied 16 points to an eight point victory. were combined- Indians dale led the win scoring 17
ed to Its conclusion there were 1 Stephanie Bannister was KH's lion and with foot lead Keystone's assault. Robert Also scoring In double figures would've won by one point In points.
no doublts in anyone's mind top rebounder with five Jean- elapsed, Badcock tonight Coarsey led Trenton with 19 for KH were Bobby Grayson each game. Unfortunately for
with regard to the right to ine Wllcox had four, arolyn Kitchens then 7 Pm. points. and Tony Burke, both with 10 the Indians, there are four
the title of League Champion," Jordan three, and Chris Brokas, play to cover 60 Trenton surged ahead by four points. Burke made three key quarters of play and the Indians Keystone scortng-
says Recreation Director Gene Monteen Brewer,' and Karen Larry Mercer points, 8-4, early in the first baskets in the fourth quarter to haven't been able to put B. Humor 2-2-6, D. Win-
Ray burn. Moore, two each. Jimmy Alvarez for quarter but couldn't hold down help the Indians retain their it all together. gate 5-2-12 L. Turknett 5-3-
Badcock built up a halftime The game was the only action Alvarez taking the Uni the Indians as baskets by Hur- safe margin. Scoring 19 points and limiting 13, % Gray on 4-11-8, T. Burke
lead of 35-12, and coasted to for the Indian girls during field and doing a ,Coach ner and Larry Turknett coupled Keystone's record Is now 14. the Bulldogs to 15 In the 1-0-2, L. Ketch 2-0-4, R. Hen
the 54-26 victory. the past week. of field signed with two free throws by Bobby Bell dropped 0-3. second quarter pulled the Indiana derson 1-5-7. Totals 201252. -
., open
*Perhaps! an Indication that It ',.The girls will host Mayoin chens was down Barber Grayson put' the home team In JV action the Baby Tigers' within two at halftime, .
was going' to be all Badcock a ,KH game starting at 5:30 point. The ahead for the first time in the won 36-32 over the little In- 25-27. But the hometown Bulldogs and Maranatha Hi
& \
( Trenton's G. Parrl.h led gradually pulled away In
on the second play p.m. tomorrow Friday, Dec. foiled and game, 10-8. An exchange of dians.
was seen was Indians
Kitchens had 15). Then the girls will travel both baskets toward the end of first all scorers with 16 points.Hank the second half on the sharp- Schools Invade the gym
the 7-6 lead. (
game. in 10 for KH.Keystone's of M. Harrington who this Friday and Tuesday sec
fora and shooting
elected offense to to Mayo Saturday night Badcoc then ; ; quarter action retained the Morgan pumped '
to go on 19) for Keystone's sixth and
return engagement It will be re- Indians' lead. team Is now23. flipped In 33 points for the
.start the game and on the first and on their seventh games of the season
first of the winners.
be the meetings
then Wlngat took charge in the
play psssedtotoWHllrGriggs. between the opportunity of : Scoring in double figures for Keystone will be gunning for
Mercer season two teams. board In five ; second quarter, making 141'1first Score by quarters victories before the holiday -
There will be girls actionnext in- Keystone were Larry
anda three baskets Combining
the for 30 yards of the
play good play
After Tuesday'sgame
first down for Kitchens at Tuesday, a game with on a third and 20 else with the floor play of Turknett! KH12 18 16 17 63 13 points, and Don Wlngate with break.the Indiana will be Idle
Branford having been T- 11 11 17 16 55 12. ,
can- says and Hurner Keystone sped to
Badcocks 30 yard line by 20 yard line when until Dec. 5 when they playat
An abundance of fouls (Bell
Adams, who returned It 18 yard.IIId celled. The KH girls are now pay an eight point;/ 30-22. halftimemargin. ,
down 5-3 for the season (See Pege ) KH- turns 8-0-16, Wlngate had 26 foul shots)and a below- Mayo.
Badcock had a first ,



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Flag Football Tourney Set

301 DRIVEINShow The second annual StarkeJaycee Game #S 2 pjn., Royal
'Men' Flag Football of Tlnuvllle w winner of j jU
Tournament. will be played' *
Begins At Sundown Saturday December 15, at
WeaUdde Park. Came #4 4 mm. Con** ,
Game to determine third ,
The tournament will *.. a Losers of Gaines 2' a
FRI., SAT., SUN., & Mon. DEC. 1518 draw of five team and wlU get
underway at 10 ajn. Saturday Game # 56 pan.Chatship
morning. Admission to the ( Game winner of C
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Chandler tallied eight,, joints t FromH.B.D. .
from four field goal while .
James Aldrldge, David Mc-
Millan, and Bruce Barnea each '. ., :.
cored two polnta.,. t CARPETS .
I : The whole team Mt 20 field .
goal. and one foul shot for I
the total .of 41 point BUS '
hit 14 percent of the charity; t Hwy 100 Keystone Heights Open 9:00-6:00' Jit//> '",;t
shots :
ringing on*out of seven -
BusinessHours compared to Santa Fe'a 56 For Estimates, Coll 473-4006 :;' '
percent t
n Santa Fe hit 14 of 25'charIty -, I :

goals the; total ahot and of while 46 14 polnta.foul hitting ahota 16 field for ''t ALL SHAG & H-L CARPET IN "

"Santa Fe at once was ahead -
1 of ua by 14 points and STOCK GOING AT TREMENDOUS
extra effort, put forth by the I
BUS playera brought the core
to a close five polnta," said
Buihore. f SAVINGS'"tSHAG
"We had foul trouble when ,
three of our starters fouled
out" They were Wayne, Ber-
24 hours a day ry McMillan., Lovorn Marx and David "( WAS $5.10 NOW SAVE

Late In the first quarter BHS
was In front of Santa Fe 12-4 A pr Sq. Yd.
but allowed two field gods for $2.90 $2.20"tSHAG
7 days week Santa F4 and the gap closed
to 128.
: In the second quarter two i'I WA'S.$4.10 Now
: polnta wa scored by BHS by <" SAVE'f
.' Elva Hampton. But six field P.r Sq. Yd.
goal and five charity thoU a; $2.25
Enjoy round-the-clock;: banking with us. for Santa Fe put, the Raider .I 51.85'SHAG
In front 18-14 u the two team
By mail. Making:' deposits or paying loans went into the dress ng room
is as easy as mailing a letter. _-"' for halfdme. t '
In the third qurter Hamptonwent Now SAVE$2.2O
4 Come In' for a free 1.. on a coring spree and WAS $3.95

.,:.';4-v:' Bank-by-Mail form. & hit foul four hot field along goal with and another one t 1" P.r.Sq.Yd., $1.75
: ..
:...... Better yet, ask for one by mall. basket donated by.Wayne Berry .
to do all the leering for
BHS In the period which end-
ed with Santa Fe In front 32-
25.In It Now SAVE
the fourth quarter BHSoutacored H.L. WAS 4.95
Santa Fe by one I .'
... ... $2.5Q
point to close the gap to 4146 Yd. $2.4Q '
r at the end of the game., ,

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MANNING HARDWARE r Badcock Wins Flag .Title Tape recorder plus radio in one unit

(From Page 9)) ;off but the Badcock: defense was _fttr: fc nitn/f. -o c .
n--- ------ n onven-
jtoo strong. With Kitchens at the an ultra-sophisticated traveling grams. ,. tlonal cassettes.
ted to Charlie Flynn for 42 'lone Introduce any member of A sensitive built-in microphone
108 E. foot line Garlington killed
Call To
St. I companion. reduce
Ph. 954-5311 yards to Kitchens 18 yard line. the family to the magic also lets wear and tear
the drive with his second Interception solid-state, It provides you record and conserve
Rhoden then passed to Mike world of high fidelity sound -live'1 whether it be batteries It
HAS Badcoch's: 4th of the -
short also
AM/FM plus wave reception sports an exclusive I
Norman to the 10
yard line.
.game and that was the final Christmas and lets you record symphony concerts, band automatic shut-off at end ;
a penalty moved It to
The Concord Model F-115
blow for Kitchens. music, family gatherings or
the five, Rhoden then ran It while listening to radio*pro of tape.HOIJDft1 .
t Badcock went on to score 19 Radlocorder: is a portable
over and the conversion was more points and Kitchen 12 combination multi-band ra- II" '" I" ...s..,... ..., ..., I" '"'' " ''' '''
l1 good Rhoden to Watson and points but the game was decided Ido receiver and tape recorder -
Model with 15 minutes left In the first that that plays on four
at point.Scoring
Motorcycles l Toy Trucks Model Cart half. Badcock led 14-6. second half touchdowns C-cell batteries or on any

Kitchens then wenton offense, :. for Badcock were Wat- current available throughout SPECWLScA
%dtaa: :M but after one play, the defensive son on a'pass from Rhoden, the world making it
team was back on the field as :'Garlington on a pass from Wat-
\ Bin Adams picked off Mercer eon, and Greg Nichols on a pass
w pass, his second of the game from Garlington. Charlie Flynn <
CARDY 9 at the 40 yard line and returned had an extra point.
It to Kitchens 18 yards line Scoring for Kitchens were \
where Badcock was first and i Willie Crlggs, pass from Mer-
r goal. cer, and Ronnie Grlggs on apass 0

Rhoden then took two rushes from Each Willie team Griggs.was presented with Y WHAT MAGIC GHEE

ForM to go Into the end zone and a a trophy following the game
20-6 lead., A Rhoden to Flynn For Badcock it was their third
pass was good!for the extra point Championship trophy In as
and with 12 minutes left. many years. CAN PUT IN YOUR .
-n- 5M Badcock led 216. Recreation Director Gene
Once again Kitchen's offensive Rayburn complimented the two
then took the field and
once teams on their conduct duringthe
again Badcock defense stopped game. Capture Ihe fun of Chrinlmai Christmas
Kitchens as after three plays the fact zzr-m,
Rayburn recognized morning on high fidelity tape l. a
Kitchens was forced to punt. that the game was Importantto and later relax with a favorite jji m .j \\t
Rhoden hauled In the punt at the particlpantaofboth teams radio. program ll'n all hero 1 J JI
Americana Gift Pack No. I Io his 18 and returned It 37 yards and the players of both teams with tills portable combination Stocking

85o to Kitchens 35 yard line. A played the game in a highly multi-bund radio receiverand ill!
Old ,
South Candy
Rhoden pass to Jim Garllnton competivlve manner, but with a tape recorder Shown
Chocolat. Covered $ 7 gave Badcock the ball at the 21 sense of fair play and in the above the Concord Mod.1F.11S
Bcaxil Nuts where Rhoden then ran for the spirit of good clean competition Rudiocorder. Retail .- '
10 Pecan Artie Fudgo first down to the 16 yard line.A which is the Americanway. price approximately $110. @ ui
o 3 Assorted JelliesSTUCKEY'S Flynn reception was good at ;
the seven Rhoden then hit i .
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Mike Patrick at the one and I ,,, ;

CANDY ,, then Watson fired and a for scoring four strike posses to HOLD IN HEAT KEEP OUT COLD !IJII.rf'clc .; ...--.-- I .,. ..
sions. Badcock: showed four Windows .lo.Q- ) :
scores. A Rhoden to Flynn r. JTII I :
pass was good for the conversion eways
$1.29 TO $3.69 and with 2:30 remaining ..
Badcock led 286. ? _---
Kitchens then had another _.=:. -
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offensive opportunity and as ...
they had done on the first score, 1J.'O'
they did It quickly, covering the
60 yards In two plays, Mercer ONLY nun Lift Removable
36 Modern Convenience Up
$1.19 TO $4.99Stuckey's. passes to Alvarez for 20 yards -.1" to u.r a Completely Automatic Cook
match) Top. RemovableOven
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and the TD strike to Ronnie 1 ft.old' Install Anp.n 2 ***
Grlggs. The extra point fail GENUINE flEx) -o-nIASS .AIM,in C.u o It4r ovens, oven lights, and convenience Door And
'Is for stronger than poly 4 n widthln porcelain I I economy
ed and Kitchens trailed 2812. ,too. br ethylene-It's, the only .l .,p.nil'.. An,... throughoutSOIQW cooler fatter cooking. Door 5 00 I I.
Badcock went In action at the plastic window materief, C..Afford II
20 with 1:50: left and on three .e th:aik cal'...a 00631
plays they had touchdown num- yon'pOt..aon.. FULL YEARS, plon..nmpl.w.81nc.' 1934
ber 5 In as many possessions. $18450Ayal 1
w T.
Rhoden's run took the ball to the % '
38. Rhoden then passed to Mike '
Patrick to Kitchens 19. Then (able Also In 36"You

a the Rhoden six pointer' to Watson and a pass Rhoden got Holiday spend a lot of time in your" the whole family doe:*. Hcmodel-
Phone 964-5044 "eed'Extra
U.S. 301 North pass to Garllnton added the ing costs much less: than you think. Chock it out with your Magic Chef
35th point and with 20 secondsleft
Jdt .,r, ,,Badcock had a commanding dealer vhoill help you put your thinking into some &action! Have that

35-12 lead.Kitchens modern kitchen you vo always wanted with Magic Chef(, you've got \
had 20 seconds to
put another score on the board the space.
GAINESVILLEBusiness before halftime and made a determined $10000 30 DAYS
effort that was eloped BORROW
when Garlington stole Mercer '
at the 10 yard line. This
was the third pass Interception If Paid Within 30 Days Sawyer-SBade Gas

Directory big by factor Badcock In determining and was a very the You Pay Only,$3.00 Finance Charge "

outcome the second of the,,game.half began with .TQWN FINANCE, 332. W. Madison .Starke,.f la. .Phi
AUTO SALES Badcock: on offense and Kitchens .

,' "- '" -, -,,- '--r-k forced a punt and got the 226 N.'TEMPLE, AVENU .: -, PH. 964-7M8 ?***
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson Fan, Inc.SEEDS'PLANTS ball first down at Its own 25 Yt
yard line. This was a must
OLDSMOBILE drive for Kitchens to have even
SALES & SERVICE lnscticlds Pot Suppli.sFERTILIZERS an outside chance of coming
Fin selection of Used Cars back. They almost made It pay
Tak.n On Cadillac Trades W* Rent Fertilizer Spreaders

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 379-0476$


Beauty Academy (From Pogo 9))
Glass Company
Learn a Profession In Your other four.

Spar Tim.. full or Part "Class For Every Purpose" Santa Fe opened the third
period with three straight bucket
Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors
to close to within ten
219 N.W. 10 th 378.2766 Tub Enclosure points. Bradford then caught
Furnitures Tops Class fire and the Raiders were never -
able to narrow the margin.
Replaced Both teams scored 14 points
In the third quarter with Able
Williams scoring five for the e .
Repair Co.Of '1228 So. Main Gainesville, Tornadoes and Danny McKln- Ernest/ Allen Offers To Celebrate The Grand SPECiAlS

37281913721102 ney four straight.In .
Gainesville. Inc. the final period, Bradford \With

Repairing Rewinding continued to pad their margin, Weeklong/
Santa Fe Tractor opening up a 60-31lead! before Opening Of All
New And Used sending In the second: string
2816 N.W. Oh Ph. 372.8318 I LONG TheCITY

Farm & Industrial Tractors ers.Able Williams finished the FISH & MEAT MKT.

MOVERS Hydraulics Hose & Fitting night with 19 points and 11 re- \
'bounds. Willie Newsome totaled -
Long. Distance Moving Bolts all Sizes Steam 14, with ten coming In the 607 E, Brownlee St. 964-8077
Storage Packing Cleaner & Chemicals first half when the game was
.* Crating Shipping Sales & Service close.

Fro* Estimates Call 4488 Pick N.Up W.& 6 Delivery th St. the leading Curtis Tornadoes'rebounder White was 47 with the rebounds.ST. game's 14 of. White BACON 59 $ LB.CHUCK ROAST 79 Lb.BI2RoastiniFRYERS .

Gainesville, Fla. Bradford. AUGUSTINE opened its GAME basket- 39 < LB. CHUCK STEAK 79 < Lb.

MUSIC ball
season on a winning note
Van Service, Inc. Friday night as Able Williams
scored 1 11 points and Curtis BIG ROE
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vlll
BALDWINPIANOS White 10, In leading the Tornadoes -
3724271. to a 62-39, trouncing 39 LB.FRESH GREENS 40 4 Lb.
& ORGANS of the Yellow Jackets.
AUTO SALES SERVICE The Tornadoes led throughout -

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS the game taking a 13-9 Smoked
first quarter lead and 31 to
GMS., INC. 15 halftime advantage. St. Augustine Fresh Boston BUTTS 79.1. Shoulders
4iPIwJ.w however, made a game LB. Picnic 49 Lb.
of It as they rallied to close
to within eight of Whole
MUSIC Co. points the Fresh
Tornadoes early In the final '

Factory Authorised C'vlll Shopping Cen. period."Bradford's defense then BACK BONE 79 < LB 4

I 372-5351 went to work," sexton said, '
Pontiac e"
"And the Tornadoes scored six Fresh
Sales Parts-Service
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla. straight buckets to put the game
372-2583 Curtis White again paced the Lb F
TRAILERS Ilr., M tells Hem Tornadoes on the boards with With The Ribs

Rt>.lr t Ssppttes,1st.) 24 rebrounds. Able Williams
grabbed another 10 I'
1 as Bradford '

Authorised Dealers 53 rebounds.dominated the boards with There Will Be A Draining On The: E

For Evans-Int.rth.m
Score by Quarters 23rd Of Dec. 5 P.M. .
2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. Slegler Heating &
BHS13 18 9 22 ,
Gainesville 376-0691 62
Air c..RontollR.ntollOi Conditing Equip. SA9 6 15 9-39 l 1st t & Last Prize 17-20 Ib. Turkey ,
Supplies AwningsAir
low as $4.30 pr BHSAble Williams 6-5-17,
day Hitchers Install.d-Com Conditioning Installed Vernon Barber 1-0-2. Curtis 5 Large Boxes Of Groceries Will Also

plet Ilec.Voh. Service $650 Up White 5-0-10 Terry Hayes 0-1
-1, Alvaughn Golden 2-0-4. Be Given A way Valued At t $6.00 each
For All Sheldon Hodge 3-0-6, Danny
4500 N.W. 6th St. Cainesvlll
)..I., Fan. Kountry All McKinney 4-1-9, Al Berry 2-

Shasta Aircraft Kyston 378.8902 Oand Willie Newtome 419. REGISTER NOW ;

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""H ('Third inttallinmtt of '* ,rifle', taraiitihunUI1I':} .pouch!, w l.. '.
t :in.
A Potential" aster manuscript written In 1843 Iqr mad ('lID undressed tax sktn ,diane heady balievea, dun :;stretches our. ........ts upon of Ms youth, full of high hope
John Charles Rlchawl- proounced hung to hi* .W / were upon me* and resolved o. a* to afford us anhelter end noble aspirations, from
Kl-chard'--dtticttMng .I&A.\ *.':q./,. '' at lout* to 'have on :from the dew and befit whos*.--"W** .there still bam
It finally happened Monday night. occurred. a Journey from ..Jacksonville, lUifhad! on :iw Old faglmm- "ttoned fir* for for my me',.capw to! ,lower H. liar la,1, ,flr. tokbrotl r OI.\rl.1 nl on. forth -* klndMSs and benignity;
A train blocked 'V through ambulance adorned -
an for fatigue wo piece and
something ,@ue'
In: Clay and
almost five minutes on Call Streetas 'Such; ', a delay someday may prove to Ms\ destination Bradford'in,*Counties?tM,Ala- patch: upon patch In broken English which tmparation* my, negro ap exile.
the vehicle Can officials yet ;,still left a hole In the, only, confirmed my flrt 1m- ha bad b the morning+
emergency carried ahortofbreath fatal. our public con Chum lands". In last .week's pearsho told 'me regret -
diabetic patient to tinue to Ignore the fact that one day chapter Mr, Richard had left . "..," ...-, -.. ... ', ', turned back In March: for m* .parting, / and In giving
Bradford County Hospital someone might die as a result of being, Jacksonville, 'than- a.'Vtllag. of and had been attracted to where him my hand, muttered something
some 200 people, and arrived ,we. wore by'. the report of( our about "brl hter prospect'
blocked from needed medical
care, at Gary's/ terry on Black Creek 'rifle*. H* .formed .:a wslcom! and happier day". lie said
Luckily, the patlnet suffered no by a train? What good the most sophisticated n ar.Mtclcll.bu.... Mo la leaving ;;lnixlllaryt: + { 'w'''I left him to take nothing,:, but pressed It, then
ill consequences. After being given emergency vehicle when train now '''tor a to mile trip over ear*' of the, horse and pre-- turning Into the wood was soon
oxygen at BCII he was transferred to stands In Its way? the<< old Newnatwylll Road. to >pal> upper) whilst the Pole lost in' the ,pine mate, of the
the Veterans Hospital In Gainesville, Alachua County.) entertained m* by, relating his forests,

the local hospital reported.But .An overpass over the Seaboard :adventures. '
To b* continued next week
Coastline Railroad which runs through ,:He: fold m. h* was one of Richard resumes ''his' Journey:
watching that ambulance rushIng the,.middle of Starke has often been Considering myself a tolerable those students attached to the toward'' iAl.chua.; through the I
Into town, siren blowing 1 and lights ,discussed. Our city and county govern' Rood woodsmen I had allowed :'Military Academy of Warsaw area that I I. now Clay and Bradford i
flashing only to be blocked by the ments have combined budgets nearly my guide to get considerable who were Instrumental 1828 counties, and meet with
railroad cross arms was enough ofa two million dollars annually. A little distance ahead, feeling r il of patriotism ,
I con.cealed -
confident If did lose eightof depredation".)
scare to bring a point forcefully cooperation might see that overpass him' I could sttll keep his .'.. under the globom of desf I II
home. No one knew at that moment built without hurting anybody too tricks. In this way I traveled potlam'.Imposed upon! his coun'tV'try : -
what kind of an emergency might have much. 1.launlr..alolw| < until the claM ,. by''Ih' ,, Russian pynasty.I ; I =
of 'the i dayi, whan I suddenly (I: It would) be foreign my; pur-
earn to a'point.wlier* the road, J;'', po .reIted* to,'give a,.detail of all, Letters
struck )oft;Inv rloua .directions -. .he ;,.The world already' ,. .).. "'' '
.know',but,iod.weft the unfortunate '
The the rsC'cmter--1 '
MoneY rrivesSanta -- proper one to *-
. lect: was now.a question.I P .FI termination of the .f- '!I',
fort mad by ,these children WANTS TO KNOW WIlY
endeavoredto;flwlttie 1 tracks'' .of Liberty to disenthrall themselves ,, '.
Claus came early this week to start implementing the master plan my guide had made,' but he had .'" from'the yoke of a despotic 'Dec.,12, 1972
when states, counties, and cities across developed several years ago for in-. taken. to the woods Jn, prefers, ; government. He was camepalled Dear Mr. Matthews:
the nation received their first Federal ''stalling sewage disposal'\ systems in enc* to ,keeping the .open.way\ to leave, Ms', country to
Like Obadlah, the of Aben- Iln i.r J.v* 'hi* life, and after traversing 1 would i love to know why
son leaking
revenue sharing checks totaling $2.65 thickly populated areas of the county nine, !'! 'had not ,the -eveninge&roll ; figure' approached.' over most of Europe the Zoning Board refused to
billion. It was the first payment of a that are outside the boundaries of.any.-; + '"' .. << *" of ;Par.-, ti cam at last to. ml country allow' .* good looking mobile
$30.2 billion total to be disbursedto municipality. Indications are ,that. It". .dlae to slum my IOUtucJo,;;nor __''.' or around his shouldejr -" presslon,. and It was with dlf-+ about the beginning of tile Florida horn, to be put on properly;
state and local governments' over will not be many years before-the. high, fallla?that. I .. ouId,4mountI. *blade ,It was worn' completely 'flculty t allowed him to approach. war.Having. which ''I I. surrounded by old

the next five years under the newly ",,Federal government will demand that' :I I. to gain fresh; proQllC .All tII1'OMi1l4,811'! f lower" He came ptI xclalm-'< Camp Blanding buildings,quonset -
limbs were :encased In: lea lug,, me no injln Pole : no friend and but huts well
4 round wa* a level pine lor.t..Wlne..oI me a as a* other mobile -
passed federal revenue-sharing plan. %; mw, be' done to combat the ever4. .. which wa* ther.., and upon,hi* head was what you take me forj. one little money, h* determined: upon homes,. yet allow changIng
i:gt owing hazard of too many,, ,,septic; painfully Interrupted by the unpleasant Stuck: a. small skull cap .be-. Injure hat hal hal good.,,: that visiting the Peninsula and die',Zoning Ordinance to
k'4( Governing units Bradford County tanks, 8 KI1f no start has been made ,ol'MClblrW..of. the ""neJtbl,1fhlch.,, 'such whiskers! ,makes me laugh .i' ,,Joined the army a* a volun- permit a vile, smelling plantto
Including the county Itself and its four by the county at that time the sled: '. 'night' owl. and ,, 'moustaches projected teer, hoping his talent a* a be built In Hampton. The
municipalities Starke Lawtey Hampton ding will be rough Indeed. "','' F f forthsurpassed( !;; In magnitude I came out from- behind my soldier would bring ,hIm? Into same type of plant that took
I tend daztilng redness leverexpect tree .and extended hand notice. But his
(therefore resolved upon the any my Imperfect know- year to get rid of In Jacksonville -
and Brooker received around more vulgar method of "rais, tepee, .again (unlessI which he shook with great cordiality ledge of the English language and Doctor Inlet and
$120,000 in this first payment which The Revenue Sharing act was first fog a rumpus" myself and should .one*j (nor* ...., the and ,lmmdateU! offered hindered ,.hlm/ from obtaining( which left lie pollution behind.
represented the six months period designed primarily for relief of the made the wood reverberatewith opera of ,Norma performed).. m* his canteen. 1 reciprocated command, when opportunities
Jan 1 through June 30. A similar ..nation's hard-pressed cities and when my whoops and yells.They Jby giving him mine,,. presented themselves to acquire Surely a mobile home on the ,
amount will be received in January, 'the?; checks arrived this week the City were soon answered, and I immediately When f t.: glanced towards Ms which was filled with: wine,. distinction. H* therefore property I described couldn't
of which he drank nsely' declaring quit In disgust, and selected hurt late community. Even
,: ;t
representing funds due for the last of,Starke received $48,262 as its slx- saw a singular look'*' feet I espied a large pair of i. '
big figure looming through thf 4 moccasin this It was first rate,. piece of land.In the neighborhood though :I I I. on a lake front,
wa enough
six months of the year. m O qths share-- just $20,000 less than woods mounted upon a ,small{. for me.. I cocked my rifle, of Black Creek where he It 1 I. fa) ,late to Improve.. the. r
,Khe County. However City officialssay dingy pony. A* he approached, S.! wa* oft: my horse,'and idled He told m* his lamei was built a 'cabin and cleared. 'a neighborhood now.The .
Receiving such a windfall all at that the City has already had to I perceived he wa* heavily I. the highest tree: In a twinkling John Sowlskl and asked m*'' taw acre of land.', 3 3menace \
one time has placed city and county spend a sizeable hunk of this on safety armed with ,pistol and a long 1 and stood upon my guard so many questions, with such f 'plant In Hampton 1 I. a fi j
extreme volubility; and In such ; Soured, ,presume,. by mis! to the people living
officials in the unaccustomed position and pollution-control projects that werea ,. .*! bad English that It wa* bn- fortunes,' h. resolved to turn there hazard to their health !
of having to ponder where to spend prerequisite to receiving the revenue .L 1 possible lor me to understand hermit, and grow food. But and a' very' large. source of
..... 'the money rather than having'to ponder sharing funds. These included almost him. I replied In French, and the dark hand of adv.rallylad; / pollution !t
:ywhere the money is coming from to $5,000 for cathodic protection for the begged If he comprehended me not yet released her I1'lIpupon
I-'spend. natural gas system and thousands to rply In that language. .He., him. Whilst absent from here I can't /help! wondering why. 1
did so very agreeably and ape: the Indian burnt hi* house .
more to correct pollution problemsof ,delighted a* Wl j'wx*r-' and dtroyed dI.'mall patch Stacrly! your.
There,, are s+i many uses to which the sewer and water plant, as stood my >French better titan of 'corn! ho had planted/ H to bad <"'' Dorothy KerriganI .
the funds can be put, however that well as the power plant. So much I ,did his murdered ,J ; ,endured too much .fIow.vetj to t. 1, Box 85 I
there seems little chance that it will of that $48,000 has already been spent.MMVrr 'allow] ,,thl*!dishearten him. Keystone Height, Fla.
be used--*. as one taxpayer expressed .t f told,Airs', ;' n;+d.?lost"v=' 11." .)had rebuilt his "cabin and
-. guide'. and wished to JIOo put was' now living' comfortably
feeble Public-
a hope-- lower the preSe'rit", y w Warned> *
a* a ..ifiappjdisposition; ojBjd ;*
tMroa4. 'Newnanavllle. +i
en leading 10 -
tax mille. IJ' =" "t Incite' "';t>f fears.e&ressed; that"' i : ;Well, says h',' my, "' oW.IW; ; .' Of Fire Hazards .

governmental! "strings" might be attached to I' way 1* t towards Black: '.Creek.''*' The neer' ,'Samtor.till: In The t
For tnstance., besides Its row Home '
pressing to spending the funds there But a* It Is 'almost darkLthink '
road problems that come to light after seems to be few restrictions other Sloek. ::l. aced."atfie last *' wet{ had .better se.H.: *" u After* our,, eating, meal it* friend prepared.enlivened -
every heavy rain, the county is faced than that the be grain* comfortable spot.for',amp:l'" ? The Stark and Bradford
money used only for food coloring'. 4" : by the Invigorating Influence County Fir Departments
log, a* we- are too far fnnn ; suggest
with the need for drastically improvedand "priority expenditures" and cannot ,' of .th* wlnw, had,' that families
cup sold 1WIrw; should be
gas ,, any |iou** to expect pleuianWer
enlarged jail facilities: now that be put up for matching funds to obtain quarter, than dry ground.' wfled'\:away' :,the evening by specially alert during the holIday -
the city jail has been condemned and ,more Federal money. applesawc'and *u- and blue sky. '* singing' with. a ',voice;'replete season to potential fire
city prisoners will be housed In the Stir unttl sugar' dissolves. with\ harmony several National hazards In the home.

county facility after January 1. In a But In spite of the fact that arrival th lemon Julc.mace,pepper- n. then turned M* horse J Into -' Polish songs. Some of the moat common
extract and'salt,. Tint >> tile track which he Informedme cause of such fire are: overloading -
report Just filed with the County Commission of the funds this week seemed ...
( with food coloring: Whip war the route and we look We ,thin'retired under.out electrical circuits
a prison Inspector with the somewhat like an early Christmas or .and. told In., Pour Into, jogged ,on .together mutually blankets..The Pole wa asleep leaving/ the house without turn-'
Florida Division.of Corrections said present, the sober truth Is that they or I( r' tray,and. frees un- with each ottvsr'i company. I long before I had tile,,least big off Christmas tree lights
it Is possible that housing the city are still tax dollars, taken from the .. ,firm,j Make sarvlngs.. found him to be an Intelligentman Inclination,to follow big exam and cook stove burner, not
prisoners will cause overcrowding of same source that all other tax dollars but our conversation wa* pie. My spirit felt depressed: checking ash trays, smoking
\ SPICED: .APPLESAUCE abruptly broken oft by his suddenly and addened by the recitalof In bed; and leaving unattended -
the and
jail recommended that
"plans come from-- the pockets of John i can, 0. pond)' applesauc making Into the ,wood. his misfortune I could not children in the house.
1 should be made to build a new county Cj. Public. Therefore, the same care- cup sugar' :',? ?,. I soon discovered the object refrain from remaining awake, "Careful attention to these
detention facility in the near future." ful planning should go into their expenditure ,, teaspoon IlUtme,' of his 1W'.ultline doe reflecting ,how' truly man tl* polnterffehould prove rewnrjIng -
I'I as is used in spending any of ; : \! ;: I teaspoon lemon Julc! sprung ,out of some undergrowth the creature of. circumstances: to 'ybu and your family
Also facing the county Is the need other tax monies. teaspoon_cinnamon immediately before him, Her wa on*; notwithstanding so that"you may have the gladness -
., 't 'r .he biased away, and tile deer the eccentricity of his appearance ) of Christmas which Is
2 blnlt applesauce sugar tell. This was a "boa de Wen' ,' 'who* conversation hope) the spirit of Christmas,
.. and cinnamon*broil so we dismounted and'T;pre' '. evinced a fine understanding'and which'I I. peace: and the heart
I / ,Heat until.... buU>ly and pared all' thing for a socialencampment. cultivated mind,'who doubt- of Christmas' which Is love"

Requiem for 'Life'It // over buttered French biscuit toast. jphdrt' ;: ., That Is,. ,we lss ',set out In die':morning the Fire said Department announcement -
1 tr.ct'l(/ .
couldn't happen--' but It did. Service but not the press, from price SPICED: APPLE PUNCH. "" "
I- >> which made Life's problems I apple JuIce ;
''econtrols teaspoon
nutmeg ..
The once fat and profitable LIFE difficult," said a spokesman teaspoon cinnamon { ,

magazine known to be in financial! for Time Inc., the parent publi teaspoon clove .
trouble for some time will cease cation. 1 teaspoon lemon or lime

publication at the end of this year. Juice

Life was the first magazine to / .
all ingredient and
make use of revolutionary new tech- thoroughly... Sent hot In
Having been a charter subscriberto :"niques in press and papermaking,-en- *. For added flavor, use
the pace-setting picture magazine 'abllng it to reproduce pictures on coated .da, .sdck'wuiwholS, !
when it started publication In 1936 'paper that very nearly duplicated thequallty m Ill <; In place of the"ground f

it Is with a distinct feeling of sadness ( of original photographs. In addition and cloves.) ,

that we see it join the ranks of other ,to giving picture coverage to ed : 'APPLE BLOOM'ICECEEAIK t p
fine publications that have folded for .important world events. It brought SODA FREE'tT1J.KE:

one reason or another In recent: years-- many ptcture-and-word essays on the cup apple Juice /

Colller's, The Saturday Evening Post, arts, science history religion and pint peach Ice.cream'' :,

Coronet, Look and The Woman's Home other cultural topics that would never 1 1. ginger,al*, Y

Companion, to mention'a few. and now will never, be treated In any / 1/2 cup apple, Julc In yr rw .. :<(12; .. 14 Peyii 'Jp
other 1 ...
of .4 tall glass**. Divide .
In a desperate effort to save Itself / cream qually among,Iu.. WITH. BACNEW, .
from mounting financial: losses It Is a sad commentary on.the. / and fill lcid< gingeral "r .r

Life cut back its circulation in the taste of the American public to seea Stir gently to mix TYPEWRITER 1

last two years from 8.5 million to quality publication like Life go un- it

5.5 million and Increased Its subscriptIon der while newsstands continue to t ..ADDING. : MACHINE

I price and advertising rates but be loaded with cheap pulp publications The Bradford f : In Steck f(tLhnitej: Quantitp"i :W
the effect of these moves was under- and the moviesand now even County ; ,

f cut by soaring production costs and i televisioncontinue to pander ,to .' .. TELEGRAPH ( . ,. .-, .+Si!; !Percheeed .D.q. (; 63 .. 1' ...
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y '
(" C ,t''f'. *w.Y.f.- ** ** ,Net 11 -i :: \ oJ ', ) ;
"The ;
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sharply increasing postal rates. the' lowest denominator of entertain ( : \ A t .
Administration exempted the Postal _ment. ," ESTAHI.ISHEP t l. 79 ". .;, JJp\U', The 'Telegraph; ;, '

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:r .... '.t. ... J: ,,, ,$04 VICTORY: .
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', FLORIESSA'SSQl1A'Ty0N ., : 4.y"w' REMINGTON\. a ?"
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Give a hoot! 1 -j '.''u a our
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Don't '" ;..

pollute. ',,' .:.. ..,

1' :; cLMAYTHEwi.E4i,4!; :; { "' / ,
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;. ',... :.. ',I' "bllihecl..c" abd'dwn" linoSale' ,/ : .
I 'pollute.. ". f CI... Mo...,.. h, Pe.i Office er s.e'..=""PI.Hde. '. I '
4 oin Woodsy. Give a hoot. Don't; -::, uebr. Aet.Mac( ".$rd,16. ",+ .+' .. "

1 'f ork out ways to make wastes useful. Srletripties. In M e ...., I t**','$.001; DUll I". '.
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By LINDA G.QZlZt: ''I ', "f} S&H GREEN 200 1 I ,S&H GREEN 300 S&H GREEN :z

: "j .,: i ':f' '",'1:( :" A STAMPS a ,STAMPS : r 1 STAMPS .;

CHRISTMAS y 4 "':,,. .' l '+tt t tl i ''u; ON PUaCMASi 1 .ON puacMAtis ON PUaCHASISTOTALINO
\ =
:, bt ,, ,. ;., A .
MUSIC RECITAL 4 "n, nt\ '.' t4 p"I I 'S VOTAUN. 1 TOfAtlM.fno
Mrs.. Anita ,j ".' ".:,t' :' ,a F vMlr
Countryman 'J
,. 500 to $9991 to $1499 $1500m0
her music students gave a rectal' ", J"' .. \ '' rvrl t '9 ew 1 0 /
Saturday fight Dee. ''.'.. "" di" d
2. ,: 4't.'t '<' rlt 1* ilFMi ** hall
at .Ole New River "" ;"r ...' f UM I **Pejr tMtlly. 6 IfMil'l C WflMM F MlllfCOUNNI > f Cve*** ** ly 1
Baptist ; r 4 r MO* VHW MC ti 'COUNM ooo mutt OK. nAt
< I MWMt
1. N61
Church. Nine students ,, "1, s ,w.a, .J vow .N II ..wr.eN1nMx.1 VOWS lOCAt WtMM-SMfttl '
played ,'f r 'I"'V, ''I ti la. 'd; -r, ? *t wrr.M __ __ 1
the piano. Three presents /I "
** Ml
I ,,'jh, >**<&&8'Mt' "JSW >''f *>
With .
BeithcmID sutuettaa ". ; \" IWf> .
for their fcy outstanding Mra. Countryman achievementa. ,','W "',', "'<. k.':. 'j:;:t.! ,STAR Er 1''' ,; *' 'V p

These were: Tammy f, ij s si" ., n w ; *, y fcX i.
Andrews, lot prize;' Tamara .. \ vwv x.a .
John, 2nd prize and Susan ,: ,'
IIft.' -'
1 1'
Douglas 3rd
prize. ,.. "" ', \
Three of theee piano students 1 '9
also take voice lessons from 'IICIS ? o I
Mra. Countrymen They sang : ." ",
solos at the recital. r;

Mra. Countryman served her Tl'' !,,; ,, .
students and their guests punch < ; 'lik
and cake decorated with < : .
music :
symbols and Chrlatma ", '", ,\. .
tree. III.tJ" I"J4 '
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CHRISTMAS CANTATA t',,. ... ''r'. '' J fri
COMING SOON W:I. .',;.f1f. I j4 USJDA
The Brooker Baptist Church 4 \
Multiple Choir will present a ',, Christmas Cantata -' } ,
"The Night the Angela Sang.3written :' tiesF YOUNG BROAD BREASTED
', ,, 1. ,"
and arranged by John 'Y(,"': 'f!.Y'.r.p',,< g F PEO p- CfftfHfiy?Rf fi '1''
W. Peterson, at 7:30 pjn. Sun ., } '/.'.... ,' .. R.1tlrv.d USDA OR.' 'A
and Mon., Dec. 17 and 18. .: ;/ p QUICK rilOZIN
The choir i,+,,* ', WINN OlXlf STORES IN C. '
will be under the '" v lfy2 J" V/-O BRAND YOUNG r.Y3 .
direction of Lavern Outlaw, COPYRICJNT < BBOAO SRIASTID
Sr.; accompanied by Mr. Jean l" \ '"..,' ASTOR .
Douglas, organist; and Mrs. r 11 tar ., al '
Carolyn Dyal pianist. \ ; PURE VEGETABLE N. 17-LBS.
Everyone Is Invited to the \ .
Cantata and for the refreshments :i to IBS, & UP
and fellowship follow ): SHORTENING A UP.49cr

ing. _if. LB. : .
BIRTHDAY PARTY limit 1 with $7.500.. more>purchot. excluding cigarettes / J 10 16 LBS. 43C '""
Flen Hicks celebrated Ms 12th 4 .
birthday; with at his home by his mother 'ft"t. ,
Mrs. Madge Hicks Monday; af- \ I iBkV' iH SAVi 7. W. BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

Pine games 16guests'on .the enjoyed patio.'Prizewinners playIng r' -:1'21: C I J LB. '48 T 4* lRai"W*>.I e l nc k Roast 68 C olives THRIFTY" MAID, STUFFED MAN. *.. '.".. CIif

were Marie 'letstone, CAN sAve 30e W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS ..
Hayes; ON'LlU
, and Wayne Ellis. I Delmonicos I LI $189 3 11'01. 88CSAVE
The refreshment table was CANS
covered with a white linen cloth SAVE 15c 1 I.LB. .
adorned with blue and red lighted CAN

cake tapers.decorated White In Iced blue birthday, along j, H| limit All 1 GRINDS rolger'siASTOR "Astor ceffe*with $7.3O r more purchase excl. cigarettesj ti'< Round Steak, LB. $128 Napkins 3 200'IIGS'C1. $100

with punch and potato chips were SAVE MB. SAVE SOc t SWIFT PREMIUM CANNED 'SAV! 'I2c JUMBO ARROW

served Other Pleri> ''received to the adults guests.many attending nice gifts.the I GOLD Coffee MEDAlFlour . .2C.: . CAN 58 Hams_ 4 CAN $,3" Towels 3 ROLLS 88CG1ADE k....

... '
tarty: besides Mrs. Hicks were 'A',TURKEY WITH RIBS "', MAXWttl MOUSE INSTANT
Mrs. Susan Scott, Plen's teacher :.T.10: : 5 BAG 49eSAVI '1001. 1
e . Breast, 79C Coffee $138
and Mrs. Margie Mott. 23c THRIFTY MAIDCranberry .. -: ,. JAR

,Prayer. List Emmit Rauler- "'. $
son Amanda, Morrl.Lewis Dyal,"Mary', Green, Sauce 5 CANS 'w Drumsticks LB. 3,1 C, Mushrooms. 4 ,':;,' $100 l lIAND '
Cranberry Sauce 4 CANS $100 '1'Io..LB.' $1 20.or. $ 00 i

Bank cany. "tw ... 1 Sausage .) Pineapple 4. A CANS I .1' .
: OUNSHIN 'u. 9i& ->1 t IS'
.. f'H 'f. '-' ,, HB' n .fJ/; SAve ))0; :JIRANO. USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS. GREEN GIANT;' '
? rT.V c 'I' XBi 1
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'- t. +4 H n. 75'' "
help you : SAVE B utfier 17c THRIFTY MAID WHOLE. -. ; ':.I;_' l .' QTRS. ;.i mRump Roast. **. $139' giblets, Corn 4 CANS I $1)


play Santa" Spiced, Peaches 3 CANS $1 Gr.. Beef ,3'P PII.. $19 Cocktail. 4- 58C


one There in which are more banks ways can than help, Earl / arden Peas 5 CANS $1 t:; Baking USDA "GRADE''A'i QUICK Hens FROZEN W.D-BRAND,1e49C: 'ARROW Alum.:DUTY Foil.. .IS">2SFEET 59Sweet C

you play Santa Claus In amost / ROLL
of $ : .
First course which Peas, . 6 CANS 1 ,4
concerns your own Rifts e ;: y Hams 98C Juice 3 $1)
giving budget,,is the Christmas .. ,SAVE 28< ASTORFruit ,i). -. V;,. CANS .
they'These offer.plans are anticipatory Cocktail l l e . 4 CANS 6 88C ; Sliced Bacon LS.78c Cherries 3 I:x:;: $1

in the sense that they SAVE 12< THRIFTY MAID CUT "
look forward to helping you BRAND SMOKED PORK SHQULDER (SLICED IB. 19 c) HORMEL BEANS ft,
get. set financially for next Sweet Potatoes 3 88C .. WHOLE I *
CANS Picnics 49C Chili 3 ]100
Christmas,a year from now. ., ... CANS
Make weekly deposits SAVE 1I, KRAFT ;: ,
1 now and comes next Christmas QUART'd BRAND 'UBBV/ PUMPKIN

about'where you don't have you're to worry going Mayonnaise 0 . ,, si ksAolE1fEw: : '; ( -'K$998 Pie. Mix' ,. 3 CAN", 47ePEPPERIDGI \

to get the money to buy the. DIXIE DARLING 1

gifts That you money'want to will In Family Bread 4 ,: 88C FARM Mix 35C BOROEN-S "11; 89C

your Christmas Saving Stuffing -. Egg Nog ,
Club for
account ready uewhen

your Christmas you are ready Shopping to start!; Eastern Apples 11 POll 79C ; Dressing 3 js: $1 Saltines I 29c

The banks have other -
Santa with fresh new guts Pies S.AV.E': 3 s *1 ,
Coconut I
i 1 c
.growing gifts that bigger.actually keepon Dill Sticks JAR 48C Kisses 0 'PRO.: : f 7Shoestring

Potatoes 5 m': $100.,


I Whip r.1 r. 2 QUARTS $7pp ?7Y, E-Z CARVE OVEN-READY' I



M.ikt IhlMilt'lnti, > np..xp i* tio $1 .
Ch:.riy. -J 50V .''''o'ul -nnt .fur..,II ><*ur'tritiitiU'iiritlrvliimm (
t with n iutl il' (LINr' u IHIInl t '
t $ .F"",HM| Minn, li\u iirt; 'i 1
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.Il.l1I. HI ill Uirtn tii\ufe* > m burl
E.JohAs .... pta is. '
rt "" ttrniimiiiiiliiiiiR. and will 10".1'n l
un) Minn Ihjmin' 'ihi MMiihvuiKt'V
11-OS. >our ttinnliM.. Hltirt \l,.nuc' .>rtlttlllt .
+ fiif\ 11x' MiM" Ht'lillU .IllMillt, .. |II.HII l .,'
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"Oar hu.tneroffice! I Is ,' w.t.. Wi' "
exposed to many risk: IY Nr, Fit C,* ", ww.d( +

destruction 'of' oar bailtV.

t tuff and equipment by flr< Ex..R ; EXTRA '' EXTRr ; EX.-R4: EX.-RA.

wind or explosion and the .1'Jl. GREEN STAMPS! I dpi GREEN STAMPS (III I .dy:....!_GREEN STAMPS__.. ; il1iwl I .iw. .GREEN. STAMPS. I dye...GREEN.... .._STAMPS. .. .
loss of earning during ..? -_"H' ,.._r.N....... .. _..*... w.r...MIMMM4 W r tfttfmm M to I > M W H CM. N.. V MtN to m. WV f n P.** tONI ;
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such ONI. 20-QUART BOX. DIRER 10-... PKGS. ONI .2. CAN ONI ]] BOTTLE ,
; theft or Ions of money 1Q ( 4 Canned Ham
"f.Wd.r.d. Milk Toaster Pastri.i. ).) ChUk.n ; ; "
"' and valuable papers, GOOD THRU DEC 23 i i:t S: GOOD THRU ole:23 GOOD THRU DEC. 23 a lA 0000 THRU DEC. 23No. : : GOOD THRU DEG 23: I ..$
liability for injuries on the i P O. t y vow. tact*..t*iwv/ j N0. 2., r.. i No. 3 sewn N ... 1r .' 4 .: ...'.. ........ Ne. 3 t-K- i ...r..! j b
prerilse Is the new OK-
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l.q t I B.ef' Pork' Roast. J 'Ice! Bars 71 Party', Pizza. I Barb.cuef. Entrees <;
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LAWTEY. FLA. Sunday School 10 tun. MornIng CHURCH: HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday School 9:45 .m.Morning CHURCH .
Schedule ot services: Sunday Worship II a.m. Training Sunday School, 9:45 s.m. Worship U un. Sunday School lo ajn. Morning Friday For Will Present r'.1 t 11' \
School. 10 sm. Morning Worship Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11. Training Worship 7:30 pun.'M1d see Bible Worship II tun Evening Cantata
at II. Evangelistic Service 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Union 6:30: pjn. Evening Service Study, Wednesday 7:30: p. Worship 7.-Jame. Shaw pastor G.E. Sunday
6 p.m. YPE and Prayer 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome 7:30.: Midweek Prayer m.Be l II
Meeting each Wednesday 7:30 Service 7:30.: In church PniutLector }. The Chancel Choir of the t
'p.m. .Rev. Daisy KIght. pas -Jim Countryman, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas. Ausun, pastor. CHURCH were held Friday First Methodist Church will ,' '' Sy' \' ,y.r1sR : e

tor. tor. Sunday School 10 sum. Morning for Clifford E. DUlli er, 83. present a cantata "The Glorious :; u.
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL I Worship U am. Evening Starke who died In Veterans Message\ by KrIeger at .
HOLINESS CHURCH the Sunday morning service at
CHURCH 7 Hospital In Gainesville last
LEVEL BAPTISTSundlQ' Worship Wednesday
PINE pun.
STARKE CHURCHOF Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wednesday. Dec. 6 11 ajn.
; following
Intersection of Highways 16 MornIng Everyone welcome.
School 10 -
CHRIST a.m. Morning Worship U ajn. Youth a long 11Ine... Soloists will be Edward
(North) and 225. 11 Pre Services -Rev. Robert Halstan,pastor.
Bible School 10 am. Worship Worship tun. Service 6 pima Evening Wor- Born In Ohio, June 1 13 1889. Fheister Mrs Alicia Steffa.
Services, II a.m. and Service Sunday at School 11. Evening 9:45: ; Service Morning Booster and Bands Service Young), ship 7 pjn.Tuesday. CHURCH OF CHRIST Mr. DUllnKer had lived In and J. W. Hitch Mrs. SteffaIs
People Prayer
Midweek Service, Wednesday Starke choir director and Mrs. L.
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: ATMELROSESchedule since 1958. lie Is a
7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30 ,
6 Evening Worship 7p.m.
7 p.m. Ladles Bible p.m. retired automobile mechanicand J. Green, organist. Rev.George
of Services:
Class, Thursday II a.m.Church SR p.m.Rev. 7:30 Midweek pjn. Rev.Service John, Strickland Wednesday D.m.Rev.., W.B.;tnauncey; pastor, Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. a veteran of WW I. Harper will be the narrator.
block west on
located one Surviving is his wife Mrs.
Parrish :
James T. Pastor Morning Worship 11 tun. Even-
16. [ Ing Worship 7 Lucille Brown Dtlltnger; three
-J.P.H. Bell, minister MORGAN ROAD CHURCH OF GOD All other evenlng-8 pm. sons: George R. Dillinger and -
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH 422 N. SU Clair St.. Starke. Robert L. DUllnger, both of ll- :
PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School 10 tun. Morn- Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn- Starke.. and Ralph Dillinger; .. .....
METHODIST CHURCH ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening 10 Morning Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday one daueher: Mrs. Hazel Beverly ::::-
Sunday School tun. :
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 7 Youth Night BROOKER BAPTIST CHOIR TO Worship 7:30 pjn. Prayer Evening P.m. : iff
Worship at 11. Training
Youth Ser- ;:;
Worship' 11 a.m. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Union 6:30 Evening Service Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer PRESENT CANTATAThe Ohio and seven grandchildren.
vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor. ; Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. ,Services were In DeWitt C. 6e g
7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. Griffis 7:30.Wednesday: Prayer and --Rev. M.E. Fussell pastor. Brooker Baptist Church Jones Chapel with Rev. AndrewF. a.BaWa \

pastor. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Bible Study, 7:30: pjn.Rev. multiple-age choir will presenta Varnes' conducting. Burial There IK. .time for enr! )' I
CHURCH MACCLENNY -- Bob Cooper pastor AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Christmas cantata The was In Pine Grove Cemeterynear matter.(Ecclex.3:1))., MR.;BILL GARDNER
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn- Night the Angels Sang" by JohnW. Ralford.
STARKE Day Mass! 5:30: p.m. Ing Worship II ajm.; Evening Peterson at 7:30, DJC. How many Him1v line I aurNehtxt'ehliminul'"If'unly -
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; KINGSLEY LAKE Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday 17 and 18, at the church. The : I
Morning Worship at 11;sermon PINE LEVEL BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting and Bible Study public Is cordially Invited. Santa shade hud the time!!" \Vlu-n wi flint Douv'tobuy

"Ills Name Shall Be Called"; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 tun. Morn- 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- ounwlvvrt Hityinjr! I this let 1111_
Bell Ringers Group A, 5:15 Ing Worship 11 tun. Pre Services ing Worship at 11. Training Ing.every Monday, 7 p.m. remind ClU""t''t'" '' I that wo have I
a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: ; Booster Band, Young Union. 6:30: p.m.; Evening G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone t.1 AIlJ.Wl: ::,Jrrti'@f ]1t1 :m 'r.{ adds colorto all the time! there IK. '\/' vim a

Evening Worship 7:30: ; Ser- People, and Prayer Service* Worship 7:30: Prayer MeetIng welcome.HAMPTON. live and work, with n feeling!' of
mon: "We I lave Seen His Star"Young Card Of Thanks
6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. time unlimited. But in order" to.
Musicians Choir will
Midweek Service Wednesday -- S.u. Cupibert,interim BAPTIST windowsShades
present Cantata "Lol A Star" John Strickland. CHURCH .... .. ..... .... dothlMwciuii'tl. (III 7:30: p.m Rev. pastor. 'C->- "'::,:, .. .
:: : :<<<< -::: .h>>' "' : ") ourselves and lU'I'
MondayBell Group "B" 6 Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morn- <<={;:::::>>:,;;;::::::::;::: :::::; ::: ::;;;;;: ; i(, of Santa or a our |
p.m.j Youth Choir Practice. 7. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Service 11 a.m.j; Bible Study bowlful of mistletoe or a mentH by thinkintf thatt do'

Wednesday Churchwlde CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER, FLA. 6:30 p.m.;; Evening Service.7:30: THANK YOU cheery snowman are attrac- not have time enough.V' maybe Aid
Christmas Party covered dish busy i, hut if' thi'iv is i.
Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng p.m. tive and fun-to-make win- very" :
upper-James 6:30 p.m.T. Brock pastor. Worship II. Training Union Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun- Wednesday Prayer and We wish to our sincere dow decorations.All something: !'we! need Ir t > do'. ,mmio-' Sea your doctor. Ha'll ba able to
6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: day School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol Bible Study 7:30 p.m. appreciation express for the effort It takes is a regular thing that in important.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST -Rev. Jim Black pastor. Superintendent. Training Union. -Melvin Hamel Pastor.CONGREGATIONAL of ,,the people of Keystone window shade some glue, we can fled.. the! time to do it. ,a hearing, old -
6:45. Lowell Douglas in-
colorful pieces of felt and
CHURCH ST AlIKE Heights and Starke and surrounding -
rector. Worship Services II a.- HOLINESS buttons tinsel Oo to a raputabla Hearing Aid
for In the
helping 2
area .,.
C.n. Aulhoriied Norelco Nun
m., 7:30.: Midweek PrayerService CHURCH cotton, a scissors and a
Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: ; search for nine-year-old Sam Ins Aid Dealers tie thoroughlytrained )
Raiford Road & Weldon St. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music Sunday School .9:45:, SIbley last Saturday. lively imagination. and aicparlancad In IOn)
Morning Worship Annual presentationof Church Sundav School. 10 ajn. Morn- director. Morning Worship 11 a.m.J -Lane and Carol Sibley. Best of all, every child in ph.... of tailing, fitting and
Cantata II.; Evening Worship 7:30: the family toddler to aarvicing\ hearing aida.
School Christmas program 7 Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening p.m. Know Someone I Icg In A :
7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30. Thursday night Prayer Meeting teen-ager-can participate.
pm.. -Charles Thomas CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF 7:30: p.m. CARD OF THANKS A Jolly Santa can be cut Hava the daalar, lilt your hear.Mg.
pastor 'f 3 .
WednesdayChildren's Choir LATTER DAY SAINTS II free-and It. vary aim
-David Hodges, Pastor. out of red felt with buttonsfor
aounda and
pie You listen to wa
6:30: ; Youth Choir Rehearsal BAY LESS HIGHWAY 1404 E. Bessent Road The pain Is made bearableby shiny black paper 'I i make an audlocram,which It a
7; Mid-Week Prayer Group Family Home Evenlng-Mon. eyesi plcturo of hearing. pattarn.
BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY our friends: May God bless for t, and snowy white your .
7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal ,jay. From thla p.ittorn, wa can fit you
each of cotton for the beard.
Q Sunday School, 10 a.m., Ken- PrimaryTuesday, 4:30: p.m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. you. with, a hearing aid to help conrut
'--Rev. George I I.. Harper neth Eltxaon director. Morning WednesdayRelief Society 301 North behind Tea The family of Michael D. For the mistletoe- green Hove them call the CRISIS ; your individual.\ problam. :"{!
Worship at 11. Church Training 7:30. tee Free Drive In. Sunday Klein, Temple MoteL felt or colored paper with CENTER any time door i \

pastor 6 D.m.. Gerald Norman director :Thursday- M.I.A.- 7:30 p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- r; red buttons for berries makea night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. I! 4 i Look Ing aide at the-from various. standard klnde of hear bodymoduli
Evening Worship, 7 p.m. vice U a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer edhaBlua reasonable facsimile. .
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH SundayPriesthood, 8:30: ajn. (for help with a variety oflife's 'lo tho now Norelco "Ba-
Mid-Week Prayer and Bible, Sunday School. 10:30: ajn. Evening Service 7:30 p.m.'Wedne.- Let patience have its Brown or gold felt trimmed problems. hind tho Ea," modal which tiaa
Highway S-100 A Study 7 p.m.J. Meeting 6 Sacrement. day. perfect with tinsel can be the bowl. I 27 dlfforanf acouiffcaf ad/uat/
p.m. E.L. work,. that you may be w mania for the moat accurate fitting
Pastor Olive pastor 0
Morn- these decorative
Sunday School 10 a.m. D. Robinson -Jesse D. Branson Branch -Leroy Pasting davlaod. ,
perfect and
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training President. Griffls associate pastor. ideas-or any other figures PHONE j
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship FIRST PRESYTERIAN llu// '''' ,;,It'' t or motifs....'on the window Sand for 'mora- ". 'rti'.l.t., Information ''f
7:30p.m.Wednesday Pray?' ,.., CHURCH STARKE .** Patience Is not a d -hothhi." shades gives/ afestive .look, 376N4444rGAINESVILLE 5 I .wa will ba happy teond"youourboakiot"Th.rnsido :to
'er Meeting 7:30: p.m. Sunday-- Church School, 9:45; FIRST CHRISTIAN; : CHURCH WILLBAPTISTCHURCHCor } : ; quality. Some persons feel that to rooms at night. In the, ," Story. ".. r ;
-Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., Morning Worship at Nursery Sunday Service Sunday School FREE. Ash'.*'Chestnut. Sunday patience is like marking time; daytime;the shades roll up of detailed NerveDeafne.s\ Information on aa the w.II.many \
Pastor. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship as usual to let the hoUday .
provided. but this is not It takes Noraleo Hearing' Aid
School 9:30 Morning Worship so. great
Wednesday--Youth .Fellowship 10:45: ajn. Evening Service,7:15: : ; sun shine in.
Sun- 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser- strength to be patient. It i III a
MADISON STREET 7:30 p.m. Youth Group Meeting --
: p.m.ThursdayChoir
BAPTIST CHURCH Rehearsal day, 6:30 pjn. vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams needed quality in all of us. We ..4 Vore/co. I

7:30: p.m. -...C. Brown minister pastor. need patience in little things

Sunday, December 17: Sunday --Erik T. Johnson Minister that annoy or frustrate us. STOP 'COLD WINTER !
EVERGREEN BAPTIST DRAFTS Come In now for your free Hearing' Test
School 9:45: : Morning Worship - .
II; Church Training, 6:15: ; WMU CHURCH i .'/
BAPTIST CHURCH -------------
j Prayer Circle 7:15; Evening ((8 mi. south of Starke on hwy. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ,I ONLY THE VERY RICH Storm Kits "
I Worship 7:30.: 100) Ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday '
Monday--Children's Choir 7 10 night Service at 6:30. CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIR
Sunday School tun. ,
p.m. Morning Worship. 11 amChoir Wednesday night prayer ______, ( WINDOWS And DOORS NONE I
Wednesday..Family Night meeting at 7:30. .. .
Practice .6:30 p.m. v.CONDITIONING -
Supper, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting. Evening Worship. 7:15: p.m. -Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pasi i ( STORM STORM ADDRESS --I IIWOUIDyatltetQAIEANiIM

7:30: ; Adult Choir 8:30. Prayer Bible Study.. Wed. tor. WINDOW DOOR KIT --- ... -, .',

Denton Sumrall, Pastor 7:30: p.m.Rev QUALITY WORKDOESN'T KIT 39 49 ) _.!. "
Complete Kit In a .boa I Complete KM In .bon
tor 36" 11" tough I... It* ..." toulh p1., .- t
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Sunday School 10 tun. Worship lie ."..t. II ft. flora,. IW .h.... 21. It. floramowdlng -
CHURCH' STARKE ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Services 11 ajn. and 7 IIOWN REFRIGERATION ,moulding and ills. and nolle. CO.
Father James Cregan. pastor CHURCH STARKE p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. TACtuva a Warp. ...... Chicago OS3I 9639 N.W. 13th St.
Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor WEATHERTRON I AIR CONDITIONING PIon.... In Plastics Since 1924 In Sunshine; )Shopping Center

Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day. Mass, Holy Eucharist.- 8:30 a.m. HEAT PUMPS AT YOUR HARDWARE. LUMBER ..... T*Waolca

7 p.m. 6 Sundays, and 11 a.m. on let and SMYRNA MISSIONARY & BUILDING SUPPLY STORE 176-0095 or 37M942$
Confession Saturday 3rd Sundays. BAPTIST CHURCH > 226 S. Walnut St. STARKE 964-7731..

p.m.School of Religion: Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m., 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services -

Grade School Sunday 11 a.m. 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays : Sunday School, 10 ajn. .
Church School- 9:45: a.m. Preaching, 11 am.Training UnIon -
to 12 noon. Sundays. EYC 6 p.m. Sun-. 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship
High School-- Wednesday 7 7 pjn. Everyone welcome.
p.m. M. Flynn Rector. -Wilbur, Dyess Pastor.


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Anderson Elected QQQQOQOO LAW OO T E Y
OurNatural Raiford Ev Eliaabeth1.rrybll

V I By Lodge '<. ;....

tUlFORD Lodge No I2,,- CHOHCH SCHEDULES. : dinner of their
Afl'and guests
: Dempsey with Tammy Star. tered Lake and Mrs Frederick
Convalescent Center Nursing
WORLD Free and Accepted Masons. -
AND ACTIVITIES : ; mother Mrs C. R. Crews and
: ling Tammy Denton Trade Pfoicott of Highland/
has tlttcted Robert J, Andsr "? home of Gainesville last
Grace Methodist
'I United *v Glenann on Sunday.
By Marilyn Mullls 'son as. worshipful master for Denton and Tammy Dempsey. .were dhne{' guests of their
OT3. Church Sunday, School 9t43: All are Invited to attend .the.. week so that they could receive parents Mr" and Mrs Leo- Miss Prlscllla Tanner of the
Naturalist: Others elected are Wadeua a.m. Worship Services, 11 ajn. annual Christmas Program therapy. nard Norman and the Carl Normans University; of South Florida,
GeM HeoJ J. Bloodsworth. senior warden. and 7 p.m. MYF meets Monday which will be held atTJSO! pjn.. Mr. Mamie Lou Edwards, on Sunday. Tampa is spending the Christmas
Branch .
., R L. Crilfis junior warden 'nl The 7 Arum on December 22. A'program Mrs. H. H. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick holidays with her parents
E. H Wallace treasurer Charge Conference will be presented by the children Mrs W. E. Gault Sr., and Ga. was a Saturday din Mr. and Mrs L. S. Tanner.
Ia. Clifford Bloodsworth, secre for the Lawtey Methodist and youth divisions and Miss Arthurine Blanchard, In ner guest of her sister. Miss Mrs. Mary Ann Torelll of
Church was held :I'ueadayftlgbt, a visit from Santa St. Vincent's Hospital on Sun- Jacksonville Beach was a Saturday
! tary. Patrick Dickens senior Is expect Elizabeth Terry. After dinner
your ,knowledge of the r ..(F) Newly hatched .
alligators bee 6. at. the church. The 'ad. Miss Enza was moved overnight guest of Mr.
I wild, animals deacon A.M. Jones, junior day. she visited the Benton Futch
Uve In .
fee are eas lur.c"coona" Conference Harbin and
prey was presided over Nursing VId Mrs. Sidney
back to Baker County; -
Keystone Heights deacon, Benny Browning senior family In Starke before returning -
the area,"by answering otters, herons turtles, steward Bud Dobbs, Junior by the Gainesville District Superintendent Highland Baptist Church: Home at Macclenny on Tues home. Donna.

L Moles folKnrlng feed primarily questions. -ter fish.. snakes Once and.otheralllga-,several steward, A., R. JBruncr, of the United Methodist Sunday School 9:48 ajn. Worship day. She seems to be improv- Mr. and Mrs J. C. Beachof Mr. and hiss Arlie Dobbs
on they are Earl( Dobbs Church Pev. DurwoodMcDomtl. Services. U a and 7i30 and Mr. and spent Saturday afternoon with
.marshal ; Jacksonville
roots..True or False? old ing.David
years thwy have Mrs. Francis Heats Clarence Dobbsof
and Meeting Scott and Misses Mary their brother
2. Snakes feed 14.J'Dobbs'tyler.' P.m. Prayer Wednesday Mrs. S. L.: Swindell and family
on plants end) no natural '
was, recording: secretary. 7:30: followed Choir Smith and Joan Starling visited Sanderson.
of the
pun by dinner
-* were guests
animals. True ot False? 9. (F) Flying squirrels don't Officer:. tor.0ie new church Practice. Sgt. Charles Smith on Saturday J. F. Robertson and Mrs. Edith Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Boyette
3. A good method to tell the actually Oy. but glide from 1. year!'beginning J"8I7.J..lm who Is stationed at Hunt evening Jr. wero dinner guests at a
Swinney on Sunday
age ofa deer'Is'by examining tree to tree using the skin attached Extra: Caution .,. -.were, elected and following BRIDAL,SHOWER er Air Force Base, Savannah Mr. and Mrs Ronnie McClel- family get-together at the homeof
Ms teeth.. True or False? between their legs. Urged $y''IIP ,teporte'were, made. WSCS.. The home, of Mr and Mrs. G.., for a special mission for lan and sons of Jesup Go.spent their parents Mr. and Mrs
.. 'A..snake's tongue Is poisonous. 10. (F)This woodpecker drills ,'port by; Mrs. Tnrt>y WalnwrlBtit t", BUI:) Dobbs was the,setting for a few weeks. > the weekend with their parents O. J. Boyette Sr., In Lake Cityon
True or False? ,'series< of small holes and During DecemberTravel Men's '' '
Fellowship" report by a Bridal Shower for their niece Mrs 'J.. C. Beach of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClelan.Mrs. Sunday
5.' The Prickly, Fear"CM-: drops of sap that now Into these John Tye Treasurer's Frankle Eunice enter-
report wss Mary Smith; last.Friday was a guest of her C. E. ,Strickland Mrs. Mrs.
till famish..mdstur. tot tile, ,.hole attract Insects on which for motorists and: pedestrians ': by )Hubert; Priest", ,UMW, report night. After playing somegames parents, Mr. and Mrs J. F. Don Parcelluzzl her daughter tained Saturday afternoon ata
Gopher Tortoise. Trite( ;;or the sapsucker feeds. In Christmas and NewYear's "by Dale Traylor. and the the honoree opened her lovely Robertson on Saturday. and grandson, of Gainesville birthday party honoring their
Falser ",1-1... report of;the committee.I.. gifts. The hostesses, Mrs. Bill Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Carter called Mrs.Strickland'sister son, Doug on his 8th birthday -
bar on
6. The opposum.Is, eon! t4sr d SCORING i1;il. Florida traffic could deadly Patrol, nominations.Was made by,_II. .Dobbs. ,Miss Cathy Rowe and and Mrs Lois Carter visited Miss Elizabeth Terry, on Mrs. Eunice served cake
to be the most JI'ImIUve\mam.! Number Correct the Highway- Eunice Kelly Approximately; 2tf Mrs, Luther Hilliard served Miss Debbie Phillips at Friday on their to Jacksonville and punch to the eight friends
mal in the United States. ; Ins.or ::9 lo, Superior. warned this week. members of the Conferencewere delicious refreshments to the Macelenny on Friday. way who came.

False? :7-8, Good. "Drivers face greater dangers present and refreshments 21 friends who..were present. Mr...and Mrs Hermle Kelly Randall Reddish of Ralford Mr. and hire Raymond Durban
7. A skunk does.not need 4 e. .'aI... of vehicle accidents dur- were served afterwards.The ''visited Mr. and Mrs., Frank spent Tuesday with his grandparents and Chris Macclenny! ,
his powerful musk to surviveIn 0.3 t.. Poor.. ing the month of Decemberthan Lawtey Methodist Youth NEW ARRIVAL Jones in Rest Haven Nursing Mr. and Mrs Los were guests of their brother-
the' wild. True or' False: ? L aav other month of the.. Fellowship went on a trip to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault. home, also Mrs, B. Futch of McClellan' in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs.
8. Newly hatched alligators year" advised Col. Eldrig' Disney World last' Saturday. Jr. are the proud parents of" Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Ola Starling and Mrs. O. J. Itoyetto Jr., on Sunday
have no natural .\\1OmI....True Beach, director of the Patrol. .The youth raised the.. funds for a baby girl.,. Christy Diane, and Mrs, S. L. Swine Lee McClellan visited their afternoon. .
or False? ; ):Wj )jimmy knits Last year In Florida during ,the.. trip and all enjoyed a wonderful born Dec. 1. In St. Vlnoenfs dell and family were Saturday mother Mrs.iL II. Futch. on Mr. and Mrs. J. I*. Robertson -
9..Bats and Flying' Squfevjis. :'}, the period from December 19 day at fellowship. The Hospital Jacksonville.PERSONALS overnight guests of their bro- Sunday afternoon. Mrs. I'utch spent Sunday with their
are ,the only two flying mammals 1' to January 2 there were. 140 following chaperones attended ther-in-law and sister, Mr,and came home on Friday. son-in-law and daughter Mr.
In the United. St.te.'True? ".I traffic deaths which,was approximately to the groups of, youth as MsU Mrs C. A. North and familyIn Gary Thompson of Findley, and !Mrs. C. K. towon and
or False? l':" ,''0 10 per day. edr Mrs;,:;SurnpUw Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Aryl Blevlnsof Jacksonville Their mother Ohio visited his mother Mrs. family in Jacksonville.
10. A Yellow Bellied Sapsuck: Mrs. Marfearet Arwood; Nancy Lenox Car were Sunday; Mrs..Edith Swinney spent Sun Daisy Thompson and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Steln-
er Is a woodpecker that does' Winter driving brings changes ArwoodV Mark Arwood, and Lo* guests of their brotherinlawand day with them. during the week. houscr of J Jacksonville visited
n't suck sap. True or False 1' In road weather and traffic con- recta Hand Mrs Idol Boyette; sister, Mr.and Mrt Lea Mr. and Mrs. Charles Car- Mrs. Gaynell Mooty went to their cousins Mr. and Mrs.
ditions. To prevent accidents Cheryl Boyette Brenda Creamer ; McClellan. They- visited their ter and Marcella were dinner Clarkston. Ga. to visit her son O. J. .Anders on Uednesday.
ANSWERS drivers shouldOn : ,, and Wayne Woods Rev. mother, Mrs.>> R. II. Futch In guests of their mother, Mrs. and daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thorpe of Charlotte -
1 1. (F)' Moles feed primarily wet pavement pump Don Denton; Todd Denton, Glenn Bradford County Hospital In' Lots Carter, on Sunday. Mrs.,J. P. Mo!low:ay and fam- Court House Va. and Mr.
on earthworms and will,also brakes to slow down or stop. I Kemp, Jeff Crawford and Rick 'Starke during ,the afternoon Mr. and Mrs Charlie Shu- ily and other relatives duringthe and Mrs. James Shuford of
eat Insects. VI/ Jamming ,them can cause the Starling; E4 Muse,Susan Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton' ford .have returned from two Christmas holidays. Saxe \ a., are visiting Mr.
2. (F) All snakes feed.only, wheels to lock and throw you Richard and Jimmy Muse;,Mr. of Jacksonville brought their weeks l visit with their son- Lea McClellan and .on. Hon- and !Mrs. Charlie Slmford and

on animals and some will occasionally Into a dangerous skid, art Mrs. Ornsbyi, -Morns, and ,mother, Mrs P. L. Dinklni, in-law and daugher. Dr. and nle and Bobby, attended the other relatives. .
eat -Follow other vehicles at a Nancy Arwood, Scott Tlnaler, Mr. and Mrs Carl Prevatt
eggs ?.t \M home on Thursday; after: a Mrs. John. Wright of Tampa. football game between the Ga
3. (T) The 01..11" anticipating that Tracts Kelley Dale ,Traylor Mrs..Fred Moore were dinner guests of their
degree : safe distance >week's 'visit''In their home. was guest tors and Tar Heels of 1C.\: .
on the teeth Is quit accurateto 4' r the driver ahead may do something Dabble Starling'; Doug 'Jones, Shortly after lunclr with,, her .of her sister. Miss Rachel Boyer -. In Jacksonville on Saturday. son-in-law and daughter :Mr.
the experienced observer unexpected. and Debbie Creamer; LInda At. 'they returned home. in Jacksonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs Tommy Clay- and Mrs Truman Norman\: on
The number of points on an antler .Signal Intention to turn or kins acted as a chaperone with' Miss Shah Prescott and sister Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott ton and Tommy of Jacksonville Sunday
Is an Inaccurate method. stop well In advance,giving adequate Teresa and David Devore, Don- Mrs. Alice Austin, en- and family of Kingsley
4. (F) A snake' tongue Is warning to the driversnear Mo ,Kelloy. and Donna Pauley. -- -
used smell-taste .. OtII..'. attending the were
as a sensor you. group U 1.0 A. GRADS A OUKKmoziN
Is windshield and windows. Mrs. Dot Denton and Mrs u.o.vasiA1111 swat' 1 you n 9 100 BMASUDTURKEYS
and as "harmful\ 1 as a pI.ce'or \I. Keep Sy- Suns...,..IYRKIVI. MONIT. HUMP
wet spaghetti. clear making sure you can see' /YIKI1 IYMlltI,CAIOI'11' ,
i ) de.. trouble., .1/1/. ..YtK.ARKW NINe Q, ....
5. (T Tortoises mu.t danger In time to avoid ANO CONNI/N. ."M' NINL
i, rive their moisture from Ate* Col. Beach concluded by sayIng -' .EmploymentStiryey!'

plants that they eat, such',al. "Use patience and adjust ".... ,
the cactus your speed to varying road,'. ,: SetDecember. '
,6. (T)Due to the undevelopedcondition weather and traffic conditions.",' #, 17 l8i
., '
that the young are @) I : .. ,.... ... 11.15 1 a UP '"
born, In, and the necessity for ..:{i.;.., ..
them to develop In the female's week .
During the oC December ,
thrlFbnua': 72 I. holiJor SUPERMARKETS
m' Grooming gifts' '
pouch determines their,primitive ."eitnfriliim. ,jiiinmv |>u.'1'1.. 11-15. the U.S. Bureau of the r As '
1 ancestry .. kinlurrtlm Census win conduct Its regular r STARKE'SLD
t:1rl. O ll
rawIu.N >fr will be used
\' 7. (F) Pet skunks that haveS fclirtitk mill **lnrl tiuili, It monthly, survey la this area on 32O S. WALNUT ST.

been returned de-Scented to the can wild never due be to |plaid. l iMftlu Ihablr. ..|,,inl.. VII NulrhInrwu and rememberedSolving ,.employment according?to and...Thomas unemployment;W.,,Mc-,., .. "y 10 TO 16 POUNDS 43:? ....,...w....ices aooe ?...

their vulnerability to bobcats: ,;t the big. problem, ,. Wblrter director o* the Bu- t'.I. ..".. .0.'''.un DUO. '..u' .u.

foxes.____and____dogs.___ 'x ofIt'o.u. _. -----.;;;.--.. .lu".rH,,,... of the perfect gift forever ",;;,oou'tpbaacoU'etio;; Center .. '.('" FARMER GRAY SELF. BASTING TURKEYS D..n.uun;; au.wr "'N.r.
----------------------- ,---- man on your Christmas Itsf:> I!! .' '- "'MpItJrd".xtrVl'r
'n. : 10
rwr ; 17 IIS
.;. may sound dlmcul'If,not- ,'; include. This month ojuestlons; the,surveywill about 4; "f'...!...... UP 45C ':. '* "* 4 9 ,C. u.s.a.1 FOOD STAMP
any: .4..
J.... .
., .,;. But you can cheerfullY'. farm work don for pay.'' .11III11'1.' .. 11 r J''" ____ _.a..rhwar+NAprMwNMs+-vein'w.wooa"alo+.flrwa lr'wavl rrJ4t.1p!" Ul'J'
: Census Intorvtewors who will' ... ..
'n" >haPthmawol1, \ GRADE 'A'FRESH

r fbn\!'.'' """ '.. ..II I,.....w,.;..D..,.... ( j. 'raatfjrt-fof-thetsbow wrlp teeaaC1eul.l 0naWbtleg: present: \ntI1t; 1k I'J.: 'vtdttLAA1MmIplAe4aIOitan9n"; ,!'' .".... "> ".-ua'hquseholdi fiANNE' / EH; SI RJLOIil;" _I ',,1' : onus.;"..

111 ; g /' that'will not on-ly.lbe..used. Local; tit die survey -% : % rrrmn'GARS.HAMS. p
reet: ; but gratefully remembered.This are pert, of the'. 50,000 !
is the across 'thai country that have J i
superb gift.
",, "shave 'supreme," a super been scientifically.selected to f FRY E RS

It t ;: .t shaving aged by regimen Hattrle gift-pack-(famous. all represent households.,I. cross. ',. sectionof' \'II!. e0NLt91 ALL ....,. NO WASTI ; 5 TEA KS i

men's grooming,!\ Thesurvey Is taken by the
European America). Bureau1:) 'foe the U.S.Departmentof $ : .' 11m", I -- I
,; There Is no better. time than dvring tHe.Holiday,S.oon line Inside now, a duo of shaving! Labor. "It provides monthly/ ... 'd. ".,"m! I $129 I WHOLE 2911

to ser, "Thank yew.?', .ndte l. express. my pleasure! .In products Includes Shaving Information on conditions In,the.', fJEJ I .2 PER
of. : I
labor pr1m.nd1i1ator
force a LB
Foam, (containing a special BAG
having you es a friend and patron! patented Ingredient), guars the economic health of.the Nation. .' t '
I confidence and 1 loyalty and want The October showed .
appreciate your you anteed to give a closer; survey .V' ...
to know that It always hat boon and will continue to b. smoother shave i' plus After that etrptoyfsWtt. waveon* II :;.,r.. .,... .
Shave for the final touch. timing Its steady...which began -, FIVE .. ,... ,
a genuine pleasure to serve you. In 1971,;.whiletheunemploy'men TURKEYDRUMSTICKS
Together they're impres-" POUND a ..-.. "
May there come to you at this Holiday time an abundanceof slve In a navy "mall box? : rate of $.5. percent was at, SAN J!," e

the precious things'.( lf., Health Happiness, and trimmed with red white about tae same level.I as in_the -........ ." "
four months.
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enduring fii.ndshlp.JNjAELOISE'S| c; and gold. The price of 98,60 previous.JhfprlalhtieR,, >ltpppUed"Uy in-y "':.,'A.A" .'. _Ut..."_" ,. ;ii/f'
the contents .only! 1
covers 1,..... NI All II.ATSM 1rMI.:' 1
dlyldualfJ., tI.. a..1n. the .
handsome lasting .. .
and the 9 i29 now
CERAMICS container Is a gift 'from', surrey eonfUtont&l and 'r-. 'Mf3;, 11 and
suits.are.DIed'coly*to;cowpjleStatlatteal ( >->.- ,, 's
515 Alt.Rd. ELOISEM. M.:GOODMAN Starke, Florida Hattrle. .--'! totals-, .,-5' ." M-t' y! '* i 'iit i *p, <*<*j I tiBBY'S I I DELMONTE
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Legal NoticesNOTICE Community HAMPTON BHS HighlightsOn I:

CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS Area News tory Club will be on January i
Mr. Gone Adams has made High school graduate, must Saturday, December 2, egg for ten people Edwards to sign. 3 at 5 p.m.

Application to the Bradford be 21. Start $6.535 to $7,188 Paul Hutchins, Jr. and Jimmy Brenda Holmes

County Zoning Board for re- annually For ,.more Information News By Evelyn V. PowellCHRISTMAS .. sident Alvarez, ,both former members FF A state of pre-the One Old Mother Hubbard'supboard I
classification of the property; write or call Personnel : won't be bare dur- Student Council members pay
Bradford Senior Chapter Future -
described below from Rl-C to and clean !
Manager, Reception and Med- this Christmas up up
Farmers of America along ing season '
BK. ical Center Florida Division PARTYA Wednesday, December 6, the
Club Is
with their Advisor Mr. DavidB. since the History go-
Parcel of land bordering 300 of Corrections P. O. Box Christmas Student Council held a meetingIn
628. and
WALKER' program
By ing to donate a
Smith Jr. attended the Na-
on 'West aide of Hwy 21 and Lake Butler. Florida. 496-5101. party sponsored by Hampton order to collect dues, 93 per
ket to needy family.
tional Junior Horticulture Association' a
bordering 400 on South side Up merchants: clubs and private Hutchins Debbie MIt- member. The council then decided -
of Hwy 21-H in Section 35, SCHOOL )NEWSChristmas Annual Conventionin Becky to finish the clean-uppro-
donations will be
home of Mrs. Clarence Coving- given tomorrow Columbus Ohio. chell, Bobby Jenkins, and Levy;
township 8 South, Range 22 vacation begins ton. Friday night Prayer Band night (Friday) at 7:30 p.m. Paul Hutchlns, In Lennon volunteered to be In ject before Christmas holidays.
East. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF December 15, and ends January will meet at the home of Mrs. In the old Hampton school house. competed a charge of the project. A com- On Monday, December H, the
This change in classification FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL 2, when the New tear school Rebecca Allen. Friday night Santa Claus will be there demonstration contest mittee also organized to clean-up began. Students painted

is subject to a public hearingto CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD bells will ring again. the Juniors will sell pies from taking orders, along with Frosty against the 15 other youths from write a was club constitution. It's benches book-shelves, and

be hold on Tuesday, Decem- COUNTY. CASE .- CHURCH NEWS the kitchen. Saturday, dinners the Snowman and Rudolphthe across nation. members Include Steve Futch, rearranged the cafeteria.
ber 19th at 7:30: PM in the MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Ebenezer Baptist Church will be sold from the kitchen Red-nosed Reindeer. Jimmy Alvarez competed in Eddie Alice Atwood, You can look for the Student
the Horticulture
County Commission room at THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK, Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday Is Pastoral Day. Sun- Children of all ages In the speaking of Scott and Levy Len- Council to be back at work
Contest Debbie
in the ,
the Bradford County; CourtHouse Prayer Meeting is scheduled placing after the Christmas vacation!
a banking corporation. Plaintiffs day School will begin the ser area are invited Next meeting of the IIls- ,
nation out of 20 non.
( at which time all per- -vsBERNARD EMAN- each Thursday night. All vices. Morning I-liida Brown
Worship at II.
sons interested shall be heard UEL and WILMA W.F.MANUEL, members are asked to attorn Dinner will be served at 12:30.: OPEN HOUSEMr. They returned home on .

for or against the proposal his wife. Defendant for spiritual strength. Sun- League at 4 p.m Evening Worship and Mrs. Don Ulll are Thursday, December 7th.Debbie .
as specified in the Zoning Codeof NOTICE OF SUIT day School, 9:45. Morning Worship 6 p.m. holding open house to wish everyone Thomas Do You Have A

Bradford Count/ TO: BERNARD EMANUEL and at II, with the Senior ChoirIn The annual Christmas a Merry Christmas.
John Torodc, Chairman WILMA W. EMANUEL his wife charge' Evening Worship .Tam will be held December pro- Friends and neighbors are The Bradford Middle School That
treated Dec. 7
was Thursday Heating System
Bradford County Zoning You, Bernard Emaunel and 6:30. 24. There will be two parts. cordially Invited to visit the when the BIIS Chorus presented ,
Board Wilma W. Emanuel here- Visitors are always welcome. Hills between 2 and
are The little folk wllfrender their S p.m. '
12/7 2tp 1214NOTICE by notified that a Complaintto Greater Bethlehem Freewill program In the morning, and Sunday December 17. them.a Christmas program for Costs A Lot Of Money
foreclose certain mortgageon Baptist Church Rev. Jasper the Junior Department will have
The consisted of"The'
the following described property Williams pastor. The Christ- their part at 6 p.m. You are SENIOR CITIZENSThe program
: TO BIDDERS SingIng of Christmas
to-wit: mas rehearsal began Monday Invited to attend. next Senior Citizens And Still Keeps
Sealed bids will be receivedup Beginning/ at the Intersectionof and was held Tuesday and tonight Greater Bethlehem Freewill meeting will be held January Carols. Friday, December
to and not later than 11:00 15. the BIIS Chorus will
: Call (Thursday) at 7:30.: Prayer 5. This pre-
the North line of week's meeting
Day Care Center will be was
A.M.r January 15 1973 in the open sent a Christmas for
Meeting is held Wed- program You
Street with the West line of each during the holidays to serve called-off In order that Senior Cold?
office of the Business Manager, Bradford High students In the
The Circle
nesday night. will Citizens
Cherry Street In the City of could with
help the
; you from 7 ajn. to 5:: p.m
Correctional Instl tutfoO auditorium directed WilliamB.
Starke, Florida thence run meet Thursday (tonight) at the For Information call 964-8866. Christmas party; at the old by.
P.O. Box 221, Kaiford, Florida Chapman STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICE
Westerly along the North line school
Greater Allen Chapel AME
320H3, for the sale of line Pulp- Wanda Llndsey
of Call Street for distanceof
wood harvested a the undersigned pursuant to Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie pas-
by prison 55 feet, thence run Nor- tor. Sunday School will begin THANK: YOUA Can; Install 1 Agasfired
Chapter 865.09 Florida Statutes BUS students attended their
forces, and the length of cut therly and parallel to Cherry big "thank-you" out
services at 9:30.: Morning ser- goes
will register with the rally for the basket-
will be approximately 63 in- Street for distance of 40 to who pep
a helped the
vice at.11. Choir Union will everyone
Clerk of the Circuit Court In ball season Friday, Dec. 8.

ches.Bid forms may be secured feet parallel, thence to run Call Easterly Street and fora and for Bradford County; Florida be held at Hopewell Sunday at their HVFD float Ladles A special Auxiliary note with of Varsity; and J.V. basketball ; tziij/1 ''h' : _._...... .. HRVSlER I
3 All Choir
p.m. members r4"
from that office.127.4t1228 the fictitious name of. thanks players were Introduced and the 4 ,
distance of 22 feet, thencerun to Ralph M. Vaughan
Crlffls and Sons Fiberglass are asked to please attend. cheerleaders led the studentbocb' .. .-
Northerly and parellel for his labors in
Evening Worship at 5:30.: building
under which I am engaged In In numerous cheers and "
to Cherry Street for a distance The First quarterly Conference "Frosty; the Snowman" to make I
business at 3 miles North on chants.
of 25 1/2 feet thencerun the whole thing
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF 301, Starke, Fla. 32091. for this conference year Students displayed their spirit !
TilE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Easterly and parallel to Woodrow D. Criffis, P. O. will be held the fourth Sunday THIS 'N THAT Friday' and Saturday nights as or
CUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD Call Street for a distanceof Box 945, Starke. Fla.32091 sole at 11 a.m. All members are they led the Tornadoes to two I
FLORIDA 33 feet to the West line owner. asked to please cooperate with George Rodrlquez celebrated sweeping victories against St. \

CASE COUNTY .-DIVISION-. of Cherry Street thence run Dated this 24th day of No- this activity.; his birthday on December 6. Augustine and Santa Fe.Cindy oilfiredfurnace
Southerly along the West line Eddie Rodrlquez of Detroit,
of Wife vember 1972 at Starke Bradford Mitchell
The Marriage :
of Cherry Street for a distance Mich is visiting with Ills bro
RUBY JEAN GREEN ARMOUR, of 65 1/2 feet to the 11/30 County 4tchg; Florida.12/21 Add a letter ther and family Mr. and Mr.
and ADRIAN ALLEN ARMOUR. of situate in
point beginning George Rodriquez.They attend- What! Rock music in BUS
Husband. Lot 5 and 7 of block 14 of ed the American Postal Work-

: NOTICE Adrian Allen OF ACTIONTO Armour Residence the Florida Original as per Town plat of Starke.thereof NOTICE REGISTER OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO from: family ers Gainesville Union Christmas Saturday night party,;and in Mrs.On Tuesday Dey's intern December Mr.5, That Does The Job J

Notice 1
Unknown hereby given that
recorded In Deed Book N, enjoyed a cook-out Sunday afternoon -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 759 thereof of the the undersigned pursuant to Mitchell had the students meetin
Page pub- at the Rodriguez home.
to greetingsAdd the auditorium in order to Economically.FAIR ; .
that RUBY JEAN GREEN AR- lic records of Bradford County Chapter Florida Statute Mr. and Mr..William Latin ,
MOUR has filed a Petition In *, 885.0g9.ter with the listen to some modern rock
Florida. and con William A.
; Lahn. are
a fresh touch to music. There
Court for Dissolution Clerk of Court In were many records I
the above-styled has been filed against you and making their home here on
You and for Bradford County.: Florida holiday greetings, When played. PRICES AND
of Marriage. are you are required to serve a ; Christmas cards U. S. 301. The Lahn are from
to show cause, if any may be of Answer or Pleading the fictitious name orRobbIe' are being Vernon
copy your written to distant Purpose of this to show .
friend was
Petition should Camp Trailer Sale,
had why due to the Complaint on the Eddie Saxon Is In Alachua
and relatives how music relates to QUALITY
not be granted, on or before George H. under which we are engaged slip a little General history.
plaintiffs attorney, Hospital, Gainesville
; something extra Into the: The students were to listento
in business at Rt. L.Melrose.
of December A.D.
the day ,
0. Drawer Buffered
Pierce 1030 a broken leg while
Enclose the records and choose two of
1972; otherwise, a Judgmentmay Starke Florida and file the Fla. 32868. new envelope.letter. a family;);; playing, football on Dec. 5. and the songs and write a paperon WORK IS OUR PRIDE
be entered against you Jame. W. Robinson and NinaC.
original Answer or Pleadingin whole will have to stay in the hospital -
It'. fun for the what they thought the mean-
the Dissolution. Rt. I L Box ,
granting the office of the Clerk of Robinson owners. about four week.
WITNESS my hand and seal of the Circuit Court on or before 516 MelroM Fla. 32666. family to gather together Don't forget Hampton Gen ing of the songs was.' Corbin V
happy events of the Robyn
this Court at Starke, BradfordCounQ' the' 8th day of January Dated this 24th eral Store's Home Decorating
day of November -
This Includes the ad- We Also Have A
Florida this the 15 day Professional
A. D,1973. Contest Lights on at 7
Starke Brad- dition of a newborn, a first p.m. Don't look twice if you seea
of November, A.D.1972. If you fall to do so. Judgment ford County; Florida. grandchild that Dec. 23 for Judging. Two prI- !
GILBERT CLERK S.OF BROWN CIRCUIT by default will be taken 11/30 4tp 12/21 awaited trip that was taken se* will be awarded greenDecember for FFA, and Repairman For Any Item.For .
for the relief demanded
COURTBY against you marriages, graduations, :Ii'' the annual Green Hand Initiation -

: Betty; Ed- notice in the Complaint.This shall be. pub- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF promotion, award and Interesting for new FFA membershas IniormationTall I *"
future Pretty things taken place. The Green "
wards Deputy; lished each week for four FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL I
once .
964-8363 Or Come ..
Clerk CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD Friends will look forwardto Hand is the first degree you get *
consecutive week in the Brad-
lists ofPicking in FFA. with the Green
an "acrossthemiles"synnopele
11234112UIN ford County; Telegraph. Starke ION. CASE: NO. that keeps them .,. :, .:".Hwar this 'year-the boys and """"f4l", By 322 LVqvvrilee. .. .

;-. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Florida Done and' Ordered at Starke, ,r IN REt C.The BARKSDALE.Marriage of JR.ROBERT of abreast events.of the family's turn' Ca $"bc'"g ]* p.'r, <'fM''girl in a'FRlg'lind-had!& to''tote', !, their ddrffkhnla'r'books '' ..Wta*;..**;*: >,,"*, ,, < tarke, FlI. &*, .* "' r 9 9a
this 6th of December gifts' for career
Florida day -
{ Husband AND VIRGINIA.T. And It's easy to. put a .
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. A. D.1972.Gilbert gals Isn't as as It -
letter together. Just
S. Brown may seem. The 40( million
collect the Information and
Clerk, Circuit Court women In the nation's work
IN RE Estate of ARA E. TO list it under the name of
By Beulah M. Moody force utilize their shopping
MOITT, Deceased. Bradford County. Florida 1812 West Third Street the member it concerns.To time for necessities although -
II NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL ; reproduce it in the iTI carter
(SEAL) Montgomery, Alabama 36106 they long for the } lrJYJ
REPORT, H. PierceP. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED number desired check with
George things In'lIte.
O. Drawer 1030 that an action for dissolution shops sera TIME
OF ASSETS. marriage has been flied Ice inexpensively ,
TO WHOM. IT MAY CON- Starke.Attorney Florida for Plaintiff 32091 against you and you are required They will be able to printas always Lovely welcome.handkerchiefs She may are paints ONLY

CERN: 12/14 4t 1/4 to serve a copy of your written many copies as you need.
always use tissues In the
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED defenses, if any to It on They should be In a position _
that my Final Report and ELZIE S. SANDERS, Attorney to do your, "Family office, but when she goes
t "
out she likes to real
for Discharge and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO carry a w.
Application for Petitioner whose address Letter" on green or Christmas -
Distribution\ of Asset has been REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I. 138 West Call Street, Starke red paper to heighten hankie.

filed by me before the Honor- Notice 1* hereby given that Florida, and fib the original the festive holiday effect of No woman ever has
able T. A. Yawn County Judge the undersigned under the provision MIX MATCH
with the Clerk of the above- the news-greeting. enough note and she or
of.20.953 Law of Florida paper
Before the date of the ,
on or styled; Court on or before December for her
needs different types .
first publication hereof. Acts M 194L will register : 22, 1972 otherwise a ...
Little notes fora
R. A. Green, Jr.. with the Clerk of the Circuit Judgment may, be entered busy days. ;,
Pre-teeners non-Santa quick "thank you" and
Court In and for Brad- ,
Executor of Estate against you for the relief demanded ,
317 N. E. First Street ford County; ,Florida upon proof In the Petition for Dissolution 'bellvers, enjoy more sophisticated exciting paper that reflects_
Gainesville, Florida 32601 of publication of this noticeof of Marriage little gifts. Film for her personality.Men .
a camera (ready to be discovered are welcome In lingerie -
To be published for four con- the fictitious: name of Brad- WITNESS hand and the seal
weeks first publication ford Publishers, under which under the tree), departments, and
secutive of said Court this 15 day of November
sets, transistor radios women welcome gifts of 1 1V.
on 23rd day of November I am engaged in business atStark. A.D. 1972. pen
1972. .. Fla. and batteries, scented: can- lacy slips they wouldn't buy 'I

11/23 4t 12/14 William J. Averbuch (sole CLERIC T S. BROWNBY dles,hip rings and pendants themselves, or frilly nightgowns -

owner)X" P.O. Box 188 Starke and embroidered patches that tell her how he M ,

Motor Court Starke._Fla. : Betty; Edward turn Christmas morn on for feels. ..,
lifnvember Deputy them. Moat women have gloves
Dated this 29th day ; '
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic A. D. 1971 at Starke. Clerk, to ward off the cold, bl t' e a w iM
Letters Numbers for Interior
they always need some
All sixes Bradford County.; Florida. The reclining chair Is touted :;
exterior ,co haw
and use. "nice" ones for evenings. '
12/2 12/23 ELZIE S. SANDERS I
Tele- as a Christmas gin' IN cad. !
-Bradford County
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REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 11/23 4t 1271 IW readhm Jaaaary fill In her wardrobe.

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j. Keystone H ili .m.-l! -,:, At RegisterDecember,City Hall 16

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I J It i I* ;your 'duty' obligationand

1'. >>"i' : ;W:>':::;:;;; ::X :WfS. w .if!; .J.o.P.W,{,...". ... k'VlU< privilege to go to the poll Er

and vote but first ;you must ,
LADIES GOLF ASSN. lag at 6:30. All high school Ed Rodgers Keystone' Golf register..

The ladles met Thursday lie young people are invited and Country Club pro. took a, There seemed to lie quitea

Dee 7, for their monthly) bus- to attend. group of men to the Naval,, bit of confusion among some
meeting luncheon and Christmas Eve Service will Mayport Open to watch the of the resident of Keystone

golf hags; play. They enjoyed a be held at 9 pjn. with Holy Pro's >play> In the :Florida Winter Heights, during the last city; l'r's, '4

Point Tournament with Lois Communion ,at 10 ajriu'on; Tournament on .Dr cemper elector 'on Dec. B. At least

Walker coming In first with Christmas Day.DUPLICATE S. 25 persons had .to be turned
53 points. Rae Allen tied with On Monday., Dec. U, Ed Rod- away from the poll due to
BRIDGE and Charlie Barrett took the fact they had not registered
Lois Walker but with match Billn
of cards came In second.: a Winners of the duplicate Adams and -Hal Adam in the city.; A county; 100 ,
Mae Henderson won first bridge game play on Dec. 5 us their guests to the Tlmuquana registration does not count forth t

with low putts of 28 with at the Melrose Womans Club Colt Club for the Fla.- city election. '' 4
place Mildred Button coming In ware: First Mrs. Roland Bryan Ga. Turf Grass Association's For a city; election you must -
ond with 30 putts. sec and Mrs. C. V. Home: Second -. Christmas meeting They enJoyed -" have your name on the CITY

Ketch Tat Mrs. L, BrinaonandSte1- the luncheon and golf registration book..
Vonclle Herman
and Rae Allen traveled, toJack- la Saner, There was a three- all day. The City; 'Hall will be open
omllle last week to attend way tie for third place between Tom and Done Evans of Ai- one again for registrations,
Dunn'i Ladles invitational the Falkels, the Hughes ken, S. C. and Carroll and Saturday, Dec. 16, from 9 am. A4.
the and Mrs. A. V. Bannister and Louise Moon of Columbia were' tllSpjn.: t .e ,r ,
Allen her '
Rae all the ladles won,came home flight with and Mrs C. W. Hardy., Fourth place house guests of Jay and Doris If you have failed to register ? l kt f fa 4fa
nice door was won by Mrs Bill Bart- Ellis on December :3 I and 4. in the past do so on Dsc. q1
prizes. Vonclle
lett and Mrs. Francis Mel- Mr. Evans Is Technical Superintendent 18.Don't
Ketch leading her
was flight
rick. of the engineering Division forget It I* your k
five strokes when she
by was .
duty obligation but above all
suddenly taken 111 and was unable NEW ARRIVAL at the A. E. C. Savannah PRIVILEGE ib''d' '
to vote but
your -
to finish the River Plant. Mr. i
game. recently
Russ and Rita Kahoe are first, you, must REGISTERIII!
Next week will be a Best the retired as Supervisorof c 33 t t'M
proud of
Ball of a Foursome Tourna- parents a bounc- the Sales Tax Division State 3' +
ing baby boy. Far tin Russell m 4'Z, }
F.rrJbM F.
ment. of South Carolina. Both couples ,
nick-named "Rusty", born November were delighted with the R.L. Bridges Ir ;;'y

TURKEY OR HAMTOURNAMENT Hospital' 30 the Memorial mjld temperatures prevailing Services Held a 1 Ir ', Y

her in contrast with the 17 1 jWMrfi.

Sign up now for the Tur- ,GARDEN CLUB degree readings they experienced In Keystone
key or Ham Tournament now OF TIlE LAKES during the proceeding
In progress until Jan. 2. Low The week. "
Keystone Garden Club ,
net score will determine the held their Vesta and Buster AIken have Robert Leroy Bridges 78, 1
monthly November
meeting 'r4 '
winner. Entry fee Is $1. You ..... .
30 at the City; Hall returned from a visit with the president of Roy Bridge .4
may play anytime and as many with Mrs. Fremont Tolles presenting E. P. Menzens In Naples.While Associates, Inc., of Lake Geneva 4 ..,
times as you like. Your holiday a program on "Flo there they helped E. P. cel- died Friday, Dec. 8, In Ala-

guests are welcome so wen in the Air" which was ebrate his birthday and attended chua General Hospital, Gaines
hurry out to the Pro Shop and accompanied by the different thebohtecomingdlmerdance: ville.

signup* bird calls., for all the "snowbirds"coming

The winner of the flower arrangement down from the north'at the Mr. Bridges was bom on Sept. '
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL competition was Naples Country Club. 6. 1897 In Wliacky. S.C. and i4 4.#

Members of the Episcopal Mrs. L. B. Clark with her display Angela, daughter of the Al- soon returned with his parentsto

Church held a mortgage burn- of a green arrangement. kens, and her husband, BenJle their home in Ocala, Fla. H ;
Ing ceremony celebrating the The next meeting of the Gar- Massey, were weekend guestsof He lived ,,within 40 miles of n ,+h C'h
paid up balance of the Church den Club of the Lakes will be the Alkens. Ocala all of his adult life. {

and the Vicarage/ mortgage.On held December 28. This will Mr. and Mrs Ray Starnes 4f

November 29, Bishop 1:. be their Christmas Party and have returned from a trip down Mr. Bridge attended and ,..
Hamilton West, the Bishop of everyone Is reminded to bringa south to the Keys and then played football at Wofford Col-

Florida confirmed Mary West gift pertaining to gardening back up through Naples where leg,. S.C., and later attendedthe yt, ew

and Margaret Greaver after a ,such as plants vases, gloves, they made some pop calls on University of Florida College -
five-week Inquirers class. etc. the Menxens Jeanie Jtts sister of Law. He was member
Choir practice will be changedto PERSONALS and other friends. They of Sigma Nu social fraternity.During ; N

Monday nights at 7:30 p.m. Marvin Homer traveled to crossed the bridge over to San-

The choir Is under the supervision ,Oakland, Calif on business recently abel Island and stated that It World War I he served -
of Mary Brokas and the and while there visited really has changed from the in the U.S. Army, and was

direction of Jack Rice. his wife's sister, ,Mrs A. M. days of a few years ago when a member of the First Officers'
The young peoples group Fernandez. It was a "shell collector's" Training Corps. Attho outbreak'
meets every Thursday even- paradise. The Starnes enjoyeda of World War I he was a medical
very fun filled and restful student at Emory University '

vacation. located at Oxford. Ga.
KEYSTONE MELROSE Shorty Miller and Buck Rut- Upon entering the Army he was

, ledge traveled to Johnson City transferred and put In cb1ll'Pof :
Tenn. recently where they spent th* Army Infirmary at Pictured above are happy to make It an annual event on
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S a few days hunting but mostly Gainesville Fla. H* received: faces glimpsed Keystone the first Saturday In each l7e-
Just killing time. tin their re a commendation from the Se- Scenes At Keystone'sFirst Heights' first Christmas Parade cember.

turn. Shorty brought his father cretary of the Army for his last Saturday morning. In future years, the Christmas
SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN Clarence Miller, back to Keystone work In conjunction with th* Parade will develop Into one of

for a few months visit. flu epidemic of 1918, and the Christmas Parade This gala event was such a the highlights of the year In

SLIMS e HARDWARE Larry Walrath stopped by to number of live he was responsible success thrt the City Council, Keystone Heights, along with

iI!' ,- say hello last week on his way, for saving at the Infirmary. ay, ". at the suggestion of Mayor Ray the "Our Country Day" cele-
Vw AND home,In'l.r a W4f. ,. 't".4. Starnes /agreed Tuesday night'' bration on the 4th of July.
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Fish N'Stuff ',;:' .tm .trip ,to JacksonvilleHosaid ) hi i auto y .* UU n
.... GARDEN CENTERA it Mr. Bridges started .'1TV4| > lO N, ''T If"' (dlwi T J **. ,:t.b" ". c:; 4 _
they have been busy getting motive aftermarket career la i- f>t '" .;.: r .. ..
Live Bolt eomploto line of Hdw. their new home fixed up 1920 with the C.W. Green'Co.,"'" .

Cricket*. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS and settled again. He said to of Tampa which was one of Council; Action
Minnows Plumbing ftV Electrical Supp. tell all his friends, in Keystone approximately four Jobbers In Postpones
Gro Tone Fertilizers "Hello." the state of Florida at that

T ACKLE.RODS.REELS'FISHING If you have any old clothes, time. Also, he wee the first
lns.cticideaLumber either boys or girls that you Bowes Seal Fait distributorIn I
& HUNTING & Building Material want to dispose of, the Fla. Florida After this,h*owned On New Utility Tax Veto

LICENSES AMMUNITIONICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light Sheri Boys Ranch or the C his and operated his own Jobbing
Villa would be happy to get house in Ocala for several .,

Keystone Hgtt. 473-4357 Keystone Height 473.3663TELEVISIONAIR them. These two home do a years. He started as a manu how the would be used
A showdown I vote Mayor money
great service for underprlvil- facturers' agent In 193/. with the but the Watkins report that a check Referred to the Zoning
by City following
..FURNITUREGIFTSLake COND. edged children and would welcome 1. Lawrence M. Hirst* Co. of Ray Starnes' veto of Keystone'sproposed meeting Chairman; Fox said It had been received In the amountof Board request of the Keystone
five cent
and all ,, new per $1,027.15 In settlement of Club
any donations. J Jacksonville and resigned a* that of Lions for permission to
Geneva TV Service Center Congratulations er* In orderto .ale* manager In 1946 to open across-the-board tax on Chairman all utilities It was would possible to start a preliminary portion the city's suit against L.J. Kite construct.30footexten.lononthe :
was postponed by go for timber cut by Kite outsidethe
( )
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Heeder hi own agency. front highway side of the
planning on a proposed sewer
Everett Fox
Furniture iworwwM on tie birth of their first grandchild Mr. Bridges was .m.mberot at Tuesdaynight's system for Keystone Heights. area that was supposed to club's present buldlng.

QuasarTV : < Mathew'B. Duron, on the Keystone Heights Rotary Fox said Council he, meeting.the veto He also said he hoped some cut.Approved Approved a $15 Christmas
November 14 to Mr and Mrs.' Club, and the River Club of thought of the would be usedto 1200 In paymentfor bonus for all city employees.
Gift & Candle Shop STERO Durdln should be acted on by the full money assistance marking timber .
of Columbia J Jacksonville; a put trustee of
finance annexation election
CAR. AND PORTABLE S.. ten the Keystone Heights Community Council and at the present time on at the airport.
later In the but that
EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL Melinda Fulton of Fort My. Church, a charter mem- due there to are the only resignation four member.several, this would be delayed year until after --Heard Councilman Livingston
ANDRESIDENTIAL ers was the weekend guest of ber and past director of the report that a shipment of
start had been made the
a on
Nam Brand Furniture months ago of Huntley Redfearn,
bituminous to be usedon
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Redfeam Sunshine Group of Automotive .
groundwork for the..r
He out that two syetem
Jr. pointed
So Mellnda was one of Mary's Affiliated RepresentativesAAR the Simmons drainage protect S.E. VcKAY
Our Display for members have Just been Fox said he thought the
AIR CONDITIONING attendants in her wedding anda ( ), and a charter member' new had been received but
chances of annexation would be
Christmas elected to the Council, and expressed was refused and returned to REALTOR
former roommate and corn of thJacksonvlUBooterClub
better If voters In the
an opinion that actionon area the manufacturer because of
100 E. Lake
Hwy. Genovq panlon on her trip abroad. CB-36X ,
to be annexed knew
; KEYSTONE 473-4651 Micky Brokas will arrive In 1942 he purchased small the veto should be delayed proposed poor packing which caused some Keystone Htt. 473-4816
1 Ml. East of Koytton* Hats. until .the new members are they would get sewer service of the material to be broken
home for the holidays the week cottage and five acres of land
seated In January.A If taken Into the city. In HOMES ACREAGES
of the 18th from the Universityof Lake Geneva and began to
.REALJESTATE MOBILE HOME on four-firths vote Is required Following the second reading Granted al5-yarfranchls
Tenn. at Chattanooga utilize Mi hobby of collecting RENTALSMrs.
to override the Mayor's veto of an ordinance creating a sanctuary to
Mr. Mrs. Charles Gar. from all the world.In Communicable of Palatka
I Richard T. Lovorn Want sell Mobile and rock over and If the action had been taken for the protectlonof birds
for ,
to the
your her have returned horn from 1962 he designed and built and native fur-bearing animalsIn operation of CATV Molba Hgon 473-4740
Horn? If you have a buyer, Pittsburgh Pa. where they visited Ms present horn and office Tuesday night It would have rt (cable television).In the city. 4734679L.J. .
Rsg.\ Real Estate Broker cubed a unanimous vote of the the corporate limits of Keystone Granted a request of R.T. J. Chossington
Mobil Horn Brokers will their daughter soninlawand using Ms large rock collect- the Council unanimously
members ;
present. Lovorn
for an extension of closing Robinson 475-1041
for the ion In the construction.
LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and grandchildren Ray Wlnans a former Councilman passed the measure which had the right-of-way of street
;.:r: Insurance detail for a broke Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. Bridges is survived by _seated In the audience. been,drafted and presented by behind the drive-In theatre. Pasch.l Carr 473-4058
RESIDENTIAL Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wels- his wife the former' Alberta Mullls
and Mrs. Marilyn ,
Fox's decision ranger-
foe of 10 of the soiling
erago returned froma of and
gerber recently Stuckey Stuckey S.C.
BUSINESS GE'APPRAISALS ) said, the veto should be disposed naturalist at Gold Head Branch
price. For more information trip to Mendenhall. Miss. twin daughter, Mrs.HH1Bran. State Park. )$"".ww. ;'AAn. =mJl=)I
callMOBILE where they visited Mrs. Wels- non Jr., Keystone Height" and of as old business beforethe Councilman Gay Livingston
gerber's daughter and her family Miss Marilyn Bridges Lak new Council Is seated. Fox voted with the others for the
Shirley Pertera Shirley Geneva. Also surviving are two maintained, however that he
Ky.lon* Hgts. 473-3254 HOME BROKERS ordinance but maintained he
spent many a summer In Keystone grandchildren, Bobby and Leigh had studied the city; charter and didn't like squirrels because
Heights In her teen Brannon. was convinced he had the authority
RT.i BOX 350 J they ate the bark off his trees
Edna Kiupper; Assoc. years. Funeral services were heldat ; to delay action on the "Under this ordinance I won't

473-4111 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666 Mrs. Jennings Murrhee Jr. 2 pjn. Sunday in the Keystone veto Mayor Stance announced thata be able to defend my propertyagaln.t
Is horn Heights Community Church with the squirrels, but will
from St. Vincent'sHospital
Martha Assoe. 475-1751; check had been received Monday
PHONE In Jacksonville Rev. Stewart McCord (l( clat. have to call on the Mayor or
.473-3362 from surgery. Hope ing. Interment was In the Keystone In the amount of $t,191.repre.entlng Chief of Police," Livingston

you will be up and out real Heights Cemetery under payment for the said. "By the time they arrive,
first six months of 1971 under
BEAUTY SHOP the direction of DWlttC.Jon
soon, Georgia! how will they know which squirrel -
the new Federal Revenue Sharing
ZEOdARDSOUTBOARD The Murrhes grandson and Funeral Home.Services. Act. The Mayor said that Is protected, and which Is

Nell's son of Mr. and Mrs. JoeyJohn- another- check In the same noOn ,
''son II home after a tonsllectomj Mrs. Mullls was quick to
SHOP amount would be received In
Beauty Style Shop"For in remind him that squirrels
Alachua Hospital In Held January for the second half of are
", lovelier Gainesville this past week. the already protected, so the new
you'Phone Our sympathy Is extendedto For: Miss' Kennedy $8,382 for the making year. a total of ordinance would not affect the

the family of Mrs. ErnestCBovsrly There was no discusalondur- situation.In .
475.221Betwea ) WIdegren on her sudden At Melrose ing the Council session u to other action the Council ,
Johnson, Motors death December 8. ,The Heard Airport Chairman Roy

_., SALES & SERVICE Keystone Wldegrens some were years residents ago and of Miss Mae Kennedy died November '!" " " '. "J..,........,......,...,....,Jt FIND OUT WHY MORE AND MORI

Keystone Mr. Widegrnwas associated ,,1 29 at the Baptist Village ,
with the DuPont Company her*. I in W I7cro.*. Ga. where .
Height and' :....- r CHECKMATE BOATS They later moved to Newark.I I she had made her home forth Salon
1 past 14
-- Delaware. yar
Molro.o : .
; Keystone Heights, Fla. Then wr, several partiesIn Miss Kennedy was a retired Hwy. 21 N. Keystone Ph. 473-4173. livings accounts offer the ideal way to save'I I

Keystone Saturday night, school teacher and spent many Y th.. reserve funds every family needs funds to .
of her teaching in the
CONTRACTOR starting the Holiday Mason. Keystone School.years She was born Now Open To Serve You assure the children' education to buy a horn.
The Volunteer Firemen entertained -
Thist their wives with a seafood 80 years ago between Keystone Mon. Sic. 9 A.M. ? 10 build security. Consider a saving account here
Dem co And Son '' dinner! The Kerry and and Melrose and lived In tMMelrose plus rtgnUr uving-as an important part of
Space For'Sale Keystone and Lake '. 1k family' financial future.
th* Erbs entertained friend. Complete Beauty Service your *
Specialize in the Kerry horn on Paradise Geneva:; area all her life until

Point. Also entertaining witha moving to Waycros.
'Resldontiol Slobs nice the Surviving Miss Km4y Is SPECIALIZING IN
party were
; ,I>... : very I her brother S. E. .
Concrete Patio, Block J ,. I' : Stanws and the Livingston Kennedy KEYSTONE STATE ,BANK
with a at the LIvIncI and many nlcs and mphws. WASH & WEAR HAIRCUTS
Work, Painting. 't ,., .'." f'\'! : tan gather '. Point. Funeral wr held-. Member F.D. .c. Keystone Height,'
Licensed And Insured All In all, I think everyone I at 2 pun.- Friday, Dec 1, at' : INTRODUCING '
in Keystone had a great dm*. t the graveside in Ellam: Cmstery "Your Friendly Bank In Your Frlend ,y'Comnuudt1' '

FREE ESTIMATES I believe this 1* going to be Melrose. with Dr. Har- ] MARJORIE "IDELLA"' THOMAS .'*
Mitchell of
Phone 3734550 vy Waycross, Ca.officiating. .
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KeystoneHilites NEWS N I'/ 'ir'' Service bLAS9PELJ:;i:* A i5 .

B7 Helen 1 V. Kgm: Dec. 17th

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FELLOWSHIP CLUB Dec. 17. at 8:30: TRAILER SPACE tor rent EARL'S' LAND Clearing-Disc

(From Preceding Page) The open of the house FellowshioffKKeys dommudty Church. CLASSIFIED AD RATES :('fOR cedar SALE-)trees. Mr Live. W.A.Christina Stern. BUY OR PLACE order for Complete hook up. Phone 473- ing and Fill Dirt. Call after!

one Heights la Stewart McCord J Deadline for Insertion MondayS I 964-8614. 4tp 12/23 tree ripened oranges fresh 4306. Itp 4 P.M. 533-21 17. 41p 12/2S
The Ph.
the service.
from '3.00 bar. Jack
a very busy month. held today (Thursday. pjn. preceding Thursday. grove per
choir of the Key-
Our 1 Lester before McComb residence. 2 mile WANTEDMaid at To-Ren WANTED. Used furniture refrigerators ,
deepest sympathy extended President publication HOUSES CI.aneclout.
School under east on road 230. Ph. 964- Motel. Apply in person lip Dah
of 'CC washers -
to the family Roy
arranged a program Reddish 964.
will C Contact:: Vernon
of Mrs. McCord.
7845. lip >House> tf/cgh
Bridges on his passing' away Christmas theme and 12/21 mer'B Discount ",
5 4tete
for the service. 1530 after p.m., 19-INCH ZENITH Portable TV,
December 8 after a recent: Ill- net Lamm will be
ness. the singing of familiar Church Wo- Minimum Charge $1.75 FOR SALEor trade for car, like new. with new waranty.
The Ed VBrlana and the Sam mas carols. hold open house at (Cover IS words) 1971 Suzuki 500. Ph. 964-7955., Only $75 at Dahmer'* DiscountHouse. A.J THOMAS, REALTOR
at 7:30 .
building :
Nlckles drove down to the Cape be served under the Each word .over 15, 8C NUGENT ELECTRIC lip fitchg
Kennedy area last week to watch of Mrs. Lilly Roberta, ladles are to extending all mem- Appraising And! General
the astronauts take off for their Ruby Wolfe and Mrs. church, their fam- All Classified Ads must be Service INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR INSURANCEAT
long voyage to the moon.It Smith. The time Is friends and a paid for In advance unless Residential And REDUCED RATES : Real .Estate Sale
wu such a beautiful daySunday I and 1:30 in( the Lions .pe-of you have established account Commercial SELLINGrCONTACT .
to members
several of us decidedto building. Friends are churches: In the city with The Telegraph In that Wiring AUTO, FIRE| BOAT 30'Experlenc.ln
get out and enjoy some ex ly Invited. areas. event 50C extra chance,, for Additional Outlet DOYLE E. CONNER
ercise. We drove to Melroseand The Bradford County A. Gaunt chairman, billing. Not responsible for Air ConditioningHookup Florida, Land Matter.
went horseback riding enjoying Citizens Club Is pre Walter error when given over the GEORGE ROBERTS INSURANCE AGENCY .
Grollck co- tchg.
the sunshine and the a Christmas program on phone or when typed ,
Mellnda visitor covered dish Mrs. Barry Wyman, and Msoffice Trailer Pole Motor Tel. 9645701
scenery. Fulton 19. when a Cook. Mrs. Thom- brought to REAL ESTATE
of the Eric Redfearns, eon will be served at 12 24-Hour Service
and Cindy Gottlob Joined ua tor followed by an WUllam Mrs.MarthaBeam, BEGINNERS GUITARS with, 205 N. Temple Ave.
PUREBREDBlack Angus bull Phone
1.. 961-7826
McKInley 964-8641 PHONE'
the outing. fun time with exchange of case*. Only $19,95 at Dahmer's
for sale or' trade for cow, j
Cll Smith of Staten Wand The members always Discount. 6tchg 12/14
$300. Ph. 964-7961 lip 421 W. MADISON ST.
N. Y. formerly a very fine ber others at this .. 12/14
amateur golfer of N. Y. State, about 50 >pairs> of wash FOR SALE1965 Ford Pick- United farmAgency
was the guest recently of the homemade slippers will Meeting FOR SALE OR RENT- 1969 up truck, 8 cylinder 35000. i I $ SAVE $1 lac.
Hackers of Keystone Club Estates en to the patients at the Be Held Fleetwood Mobile home 12x64 Call 964-5200 8:30: til 5.Weekdays -, CARL EGOS ,
While here he and Mr. Nursing Home with expando living room:Call 964-5205. Itchg I FRED DAVIS R..Jteat.E.tat.. Broker
Hacker played a few roundsof Cheer Committee Mr. and 14th
Gulf ServiceUsed
Betty Bennett at 964-7310 Paul l & Irene Faulkner
golf on the Keystone course Pete Johnson. Mrs. Lake Butler or FOR RENT- 534 W. Madison BUICK PONTIAC' "
and Mr. Smith eagled both par Is now able to walk PTA monthly Itchg St., furnished one bedroom apartment Part GMC TRUCKS Associates

5 holes In a single 9 hole a cane as Is Mrs. been moved up FOR SALE- Beagle puppled." with porch. First THE FINEST SELECTION.. OF "'A LITTLE RIDE CAN 206 S. Water Street

Mrs Jackson both ladles 14 due to the 1 female. 5 male. Call 964-' floor Ph. 9648404. lip' ,Starke, Fla.' 964.5065
and Mrs. CecU Hauls- covered from fractured. vacation. 6943. ltpTYPEWRITERS USED CARSIn SAVE YOU A LOT"
berg of Tampa and Ocean Reef On Dec. 21 the Melrose FREEHalfbreed German WANT'' TO SELL OR
were house guests of Mr. and munity Chapter of the Heights direction School of Adding Ma- shepherd collie puppies. 7weeks ( This Whole Area GREEN COVE SPRINGS, BUY'REAL ESTATE?

Mrs. Ed Rodgers over the hold the Christmas will chines & Cub Register' old. Fred,Bennett; Ph. Call &Us For Best Price
present mus
Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. at 11:30: a.m. In, the,t. of Christmas a mu- cleaned repaired. STARKE 964-7036. lip 24 Hr. Wrecker Service FOR SALEBrick veneer 3 Prospect Waiting
Haulabe Ocean Vice Presidentof house of the Episcopal enjoyment. TYPEWRITER SERVICE. 782- bedroom 2 bath, living! room tfchl
the Reef Property In Melrose. There will will be held In 3020. Dtp 1/11 FOR SALE- Door, entrance, USED PARTS dining room < family room. ,
and Club. Christmas program Club, adjacent to screen Interior, louver, shutters Large lot. Central heat and
Several parties In the Keystone business will be School starting 100% FINANCING closet blfolds sliding Hwy 301 N. Waldo air. Reasonable terms Buford '
area started off the holiday til the January luncheon Come and ring your AVAILABLE for your custom- glass. Windows awning single Mitchell, phone 964-6853. tfchg e )
season. Many guests enJoyed ing. built home by local quality hung. Also lumber and hard 468.1998
the lovely party; given by builder, on one of our large ware. All new and priced to i I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgen and COMMUNITY CHURCHThe neigh'e shady lota. -RALPH BRYAN save you money. George Rick, WE GIVESERVICE. We get
the Willie Micks In the homeof Church Women, Women 964-6208. 4tchg 1/4 301 N. of Starke. 964-5184. 4tp. I j results! List your property for 'om
the gens. Also Mr. and operation with Pastor sale with us. Call today.
Mrs. Charles Rider entertained McCord and the Official And I FOR SALE- Boy blue three JIMMY MOORE'S BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964-
the teachers of the Keystone. of the church have HELP WANTEDCrew fore- peed Schwlnn bicycle. Excellent 3464 or, 964-6810 tf/chg SALES PARTS: !.
Heights School with a nice holIday In a full program of Dec. 18 man. Must have experience In condition. Call 9648659. San Sports i SERVICE

party. for the next two all form of Poultry service Up MORE BOAT j
Milan Hullna, brother of Amy Sunday Dec. 17, the '. organization work. Be able to work men FOR h Your Bug i USED IMPORT CARS .!
.Hullna, of Boston Mass, wu der the direction' :. their covered dish and women. Chauffer license FOR SALEBronze dinette set- YOUR MONEY HARFRED AUTO' \
2he house guest of Dr. and Mrs. ganist Mrs. William Monday Dec. 18, needed. Drive ..mi. truck.'i table & 6 chair Gold brown. Stork. Ph. Bugging Ya?
C. M. Booher recently. Mr. present a Christmas building at Large company with fringe ben- $75.00. Call 964-8591 after 4. 964.5791 .IMPORTS, INC. ,
Hullna devlgns Jewelry and decorative "A King Is Born." at U Christmas program efits. Call Cal-Malne Foods.,. HP : '
Items out of bone. In the sanctuary.At planned by the pro 964-6069. lip Complete Outboard & Stern 509 University
lie returned to Boston with 6:30: the annual Mrs. Paul i i. FOR SALE- CMC School bus Drive Service and Repair. Gainesville 372.4373
I some alligator teeth cypress Service and the lighting Mrs. Paul Dell, FOR SALE-Honda 90 Motor- & Chev. walkln hippie van.Runs Complete Fiberglass Repair
and other Items he collected Christmas trees will be trainer of the Sen- cycle. 11 ft. fiberglass sailboat good. George Ricks. Call 964- Custom built Fiberglass ,S
while In Florida. followed by open house of 'the Keystone $150 each Call 533-2859. Itp 5184. lipLOOKING SERVICE IS 'NOW

educational building. will present Fishing Boats. AVAILABLE IN STARKE Home and 31-1/2 Acres located '
services will be held : singing! a selection HELP WANTED- Master Cosmetologist FOR on ,,SRD. 100 South. Home
Experienced 9648596Factory
p.m. from December 18 Carols. full time. Call "96- I
December 22. attend, bringing with .11.11. Lake Butler 2tp 12/21 :lalewnan. Olln' Mobile Home Trained VW 3 bedroom)? CB construction
Hour On Christmas Eve and a covered Sale. Ph. 9645606. Mechanic Land bordered by two paved
the celebration of the FOR SALERemodeled frame ltc'I FOR RENT12' wide Mobile road and, one graded road.
enjoy the Christmas homes ,outside Major( And Minor Repair ... '
At Library and city limit*. J. -
Candles" will be the good food. house- bedroom 2 bath In
at 7:30: p.m. In the be a very brief city limit*. Ph. 9646262.' PUMPSNEW' answer B. Ph.964-8874.964-6114. tfchg If no On All Makes On.'DayService BILL POWELL BROKER
the circles Indivi It On Mal Job
! ;; !r "IIf'hd.tmu( : } Story Hour for ;PERSONALS: the luncheon, and AND USED 964-6461 I
tin.- chool age through 1st Mrs. Janet Lamm ; "" .""t. ALCOA..SQING SPECIALIST-:: ACJAlAI....
grade boys and girls will be turned from a Circle will be hos WE ARE now taking! appUca- SALES SInce 1938. All Wood CoveredIn -- \\'I' -''A.-v-fOR'' '. .,," n
held on December 22 at the iday visit to her former occasion done for waitresses and hostess PARTS Aluminum. Workman/thin 528 S. Walnut St. WAYNE, DOUGLAS
Keystone Heights branch library In Detroit. Mich. While Garden Restaurant Itchg SERVICE Guaranteed WILLIAM DAVIS,
from 10 to 11 a.m.Christmas she visited her nieces, r>7zc P. O. Box 1081 KEYSTONE ----.----------------------, ASSOCIATE
stories will be read, followed Virginia Dlckerson and the E. V. Wldegren FOR SALE- acre fish pond Deep and Shallow Well HEIGHTS. FLA.((904)473-3366.\ WE NOW HAVE diamond needles f
by the singing of Christmas Laurie Wood. As Mr. Lake Geneva Shores, and lot cheap. 3 miles N 301. 9tp 1/25/73 for' any make or model 964-6593
carol., and refreshments moved here with her late death of Mrs. Edgar Burrell. Rt. 2, Box 16D. stereo player.--Dahmer's Discount -'
Come and bring a friend. band 13 years ago. when Wldegren on Dec 8 lip House, tt/cbg ?" .
stone Club Estates was In Newark Del. Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT LOTS FOR SALE Starke Colt ,' '
developed she had not was formerly HUNTING JEEP- Pick-up 4 & Country Club ready for
Library patrons are reminded able to visit many of her by the DuPont Co. wheel drive.Oversize mud tire SERVICE building on or for Investment' SEWING MACHINES] cleaned, SEWINGMACHINE
that December II amne.Q'monlllt troit friends and was transferred sev 9600. Ph. 473-4552. lip 'ON ALL MAKES Lot area approximately 1/2 oiled and adjusted In your home. ,
will be
and no fines acre and larger. Paved roads $5. Vacuum Cleaner repairs
til this time aa Mr. ago to Tennessee PHONE I
books. 964.7061DURRANCE
charged for overdue was an invalid for years to Delaware. His ad- $3.50 PER HOURpart time, only 3 minute from town. also. All' work guaranteed.
Please check around yourhomeand books to Ms death Pike's Creek Road, e 10 p.m. Call 964-7469 for Call 964-7701 8 sum. to 5 pjn. Dennis E. Cogglns phone 431-. Soles and Service
bring In any Mr. and Mrs. Ed Newark Del. 19711. Interview. Vanguard.Company. tfchg ,1428. ttcll<<. PFAFF ELNA
you may find. of Bedford Lake spent the 3tp. 1228MILLER PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
end In Jacksonville has been able FOR SALE--Coastal Dale hay New Home
1 New books received during several Christmas/ home since a week North'au Out of barn or out of the field PLANNING A TRIP? WHITE'
Moved 5 Block
able to downtown
week Registered Angus calves Ph. \
k the past friends and relatives In ,
JUVENILE: Adventures of former home, city. Brown N. Temple Ave 964-6114 J.B. White tfchg LET,US HELP! j$49.SOup.Part
Mark Twain ',
Tom Sawyer-- ; We Handle -
j Treasure 1.landRobert L. Sympathy Is extended Batchelder Is LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering & Repair on
Stevenson; Captains Courageous family of the late Roy slowly after her sud SEWING MACHINES -Cleaned 6x9 $3.19: 9x12 $5.98; EXOTIC CRUISESTo all other make' <
-- Rudyard Kipli g. Wyatt whose funeral services and enjoyed a visit lIed! and repaired. PHC Sportswear 12 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only The
Earp Stewart Holbrook j Alexander held Sunday afternoon from this reporter. across from Starke $14.95 many patterns and f
Graham Bell-- Katherine been ordered by her Builder Supply. tfchg color Dahmer's Discount CARRIBEANSAlso
Shlppen; Polly Madison-- Mrs. Bridges' be very quiet 'until VOLKSWAGEN tfchg. Airline Ticket

Jane Meyer daughter the Hill BIGGS COIN LAUNDRY 411 and TourVCall
New & U. d ''
ADULT MYSTERIES: Life are about ready, to Goutdthorpe Is a South Walnut St. next to Food 964-7449 611'W. Univ. Ave
SentenceOlga Ilesky; Fish- their new home on W. Alachua General Hos- Sale Service 'WI Fair Starke 4tchg 12/28
erman's LuckTom Pace. view Drive. Mr. ; LONG CHAMPHome TOWN FINANCE CO. Gainesville, Fla.
NON-FICTION: Drugs Walter associated with the Roy Howe has been P.O. Box 226 N. Temple ,
Modell!; Expose' Vincent ges 1 In Bradford Coun- 1 MI. North ef the Mall 378.1355NOW
Conboy; Florida's Billion Land Word waslrenlved by ; GAINESVILLE WE MAKE ALL and Building

Fraud; Better Homes and Gar- R. A. Hayes of Little ...,.. will be ap- Materials .....
dens Decorating' Book. Lake, who were former ; MAJOR APPLIANCE

"son'. "Your Plan Or Ours
CAREER SrlLESOPPORrUNITY I ,.. Your Lot Or Our." ;

Mobil Home CALL 961-8363 FREE ESTIMATES

Starke Sewing Machine Representative
Expando Room & Add Remodeling Repair ;

Addition SALES &! SERVICE:
On Roam Appliance Service ,
Free Delivery and Sot Up '' Homo Bought Sold
323 Brownlee St. Tl" Traded Service On All Makes Sewing MachinesPhone
Would You Like To Earn 10.000 To 25,000 A Year (and more) As A Sales- 100 MILE RADIUS 8'A.M.' To 5 P.M.

man? You Can Do It Right Here In Beautiful Starke Florida. No Overnight BANK FINANCING ACREAGE FOR SALE964MS3 984-6363 Itehc. 13/7

Tra\'el1s Required.. We Offer A Comprehensive Trainging Program. You 'Will HWY 11 NORTH HOME. REMODELLING Job
GREEN done; alto plumbing,house wiring
301 S. Starko
Receive Excellent: Fringe Benefits. There .Is An Opportunity For Rapid Ad- and some appliance work. Hwy. 'it"a *' 'fJf tameskACTY ...
"':' Tel. 84-51-264.7311 Prompt service. Call 964-8087.
vancement. Stp 12/28 HELP NEEiEB

0. C. Caraes Mirsery MARTIN CAMPERS
FOR RENT-: bedroom trailer -
Of The 17 Men In Sale. Petition In Our Galn*.vllle District Office, 3 Will Earn From Thousand el Plant Ph. 9647460. Mrs. S. W.Hal.tan U.S. 90 West Lake City'

$18.000 Te $25,000; 5 From. $14,000 Te $16,000; 9 From. $9,500 Te 14000. In Recent. Fruit Tree*, Shade Tree, ,. West Market Road. Phone 752-3723 Owen Joist of Florida! Inc. need dep.ndobl.abl.t.

.Evergreen, Camellia: ,' lip For Beet Selection' bodied factory help.. No experience necessary.
Year Our Top Salesmen And J Their Wives Attended Convention In Miami, New,Orleans, Of
Azalea*, Rote Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.. :, '
Washington, Nevada, Acapulco, Mexico! And.Took Carribean Crul**. Most In Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING FOR SALE-Pony half Welch TRAVEL TRAILERS
and Shetland about 48 Inches MINI-HOMES "
.23 MI. S.E. Of Stark, very gentle, ridden by 4 year TRUCK CAMPERS .

We Pay A Guaranteed Starting Salary ,Of Up To Florahemo.Hwy. 100 659.2165_, aid.I Call>> $85 9647687.complete or 9646399.with saddle.lip AND TOPPERS AT" 1

750.00 Monthly. Most Of Our First Year Men Earn Full Line Of Pert And q.STAH _
.'UWU'I..(..IN.IU'...,furMI''A' Service Lincoln '
From $10,000 To'$14,000.
-- City Road
; ,-'.. Monday through Friday
"I ......-..*t
Ten Vr esrpetlahg, I,Viayt r.rdMe* WATER rRONt.tOTSFOR . .
We Have Ho Petlcwler Education Retirement A Sale Background I I. Helpful Though 4C SALE ': :. e' ; .. .!.., ,
9NOOUUM SMINYl VINYL On Crosby Lake and Crosby
Not Ential. We Are Leaking For Honest,I Kara Who Meet People'Well I O't--:-.:.=-, -,-' 54:J! 1..ko >Canal. (Canal 50 feet OLINS
And Who Will Work Hard And Fellow Our Soles System Exactly. I wide; 8 feet deep) Located on MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
MAUTirUUT KUOTUMD State Road 100, 3 mile Wt
r4 e'Mt1Y.IPWw ofryj _,-a .>4* VI0' of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca- 100 W; PH. 964-560 .jr

.... 1 k ry't y 1 f: } ; F.CO'ERL'G\ !, .. ,::-. -. =--- .S6.t1... .. tion cottage, mobile .home- or' .2.TrayeJ Tiallexs I Sell Contained t ,, fi tt;
i )
; ;ii ,'MM 4t* 'I, ;"',.:: .; v Investment.! <
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Call Gainesville, 376-1261; Monday Thru Friday; rom' ;: A.M.: To 5:00: P.M. ** 'r- To SI.S0.. ", .-.M turn" mi m MW- Men ', 'I.. down Price and. art"at$35.00!.,L295.000$200'month for 36';; \ '1.19ft." :, And 121f,4:',$.,flied Po" ;,'aU. ... a.iiror J ed' -' ;,""'. ,"
*M FM.b t _.,. :::. := ,:. Slats
And ask for Frank Grimmett, Or Calf starh, 961-7576 After 8:00: P.M. And Ask ...1..w--J..-.M C- liar --,---- -...- month ((8 /2 % simple Interest Also 2
For.Lamn Outlaw. MMSTAXKIBUI ions 1 ). Repossed Homes
Call 964-7701 8 ajn. to 9 1.24x57 Doublewlde & 1-12x60 SlngJewlde,
W* nro. W4'**A Campfc&..Ol '.Id..g A.C_._rnrn pjn. weekday. tf 8 TII Mon S.t. Noon D.rfc On Sunday

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