Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 25, 1971
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bedford Lake just

\ : across the Bradford
proud of our '"
.t" ', County line.
staff." Clerk Gib Next Year
Brown says after receiving Taken in the raid were 2,378
grams of marijuana, and 29
congratulations different drug items Including

on the way Supt. Tom Casey moved another giant various pills and capsules that
are yet to be analyzed.One ma-
county books have step forward In his multi-million build- jor Item was about eight ounces

been kept over the ing program Tuesday when the School of 86 per cent pure HCPOliencyclidlne ( -

past two years. Board approved the sale of $500,000in drug used as hydrochloride an animal tranquilizer ), -a

Only criticisms In the revenue certificates.Added but which produces
report -
hallucinations In human
submitted by Auditor Jer-
to $235,000 In state add Bob Clnley, a federal narcotics
ry Filcher were several mInor flexibility; to the sale by
funds already available, the upcoming of each of agent In Jacksonville, said that
Items most of which have making some type;
been corrected. Brown iV3I: bond issue has set the certificates available. Nothingwill one ounce of PCP will make
in the 8,400 capsules which sell for
stage next year for a be paid on \the principal
Pllcher congratulated the $3 to $5 each "on "
$662,000 building In the street-
.,, .r. of the junior liens,for instance,
clerk's staff the -
on the
books have been kept, the way clerk i w--- the educational park In Starke. until 1996 and they cannot be Leading to the arrests last

said, when the audit was fin- One part of the program Is redeemed without penalty before Saturday, a federal agent,
ished last month. It coveredthe an approximate $350,000 spe- 1982. But Hennon said Interest carrying $10,000 in cash, boughta
period from Oct. 21, 1969 cial education facility and gym- rates on both types; parity quantity; of drugs at the Lake
and was for the fiscal .r play area at Bradford Middle ; and junior liens, would be cottages.
which ended September 30, School, totaling 22,000 square about the same. Arrested in the raid were:
1970. feet The other is a second The junior liens are neces- James !Newell: Taylor, 23;Sherwood -
phase of new construction at sary because the school board Marc Willis, 20, and
Criticisms contained In Pachar's Bradford High School to cost dollar limitations In funding the Keith Combs, 19, all giving
report Included: an approximate $250,000 and bonds with race track racing Bedford Lake addresses; Den-
-The overexpenditure of line J total 16,000 square feet. funds. nis Jack Campbell, 20; James
( items in several budgets with- : Moving quickly Tuesday on Once the validation was approved Joseph Dupre, 22; Keith\ Chandler -
out adequate budget amendments motions by II. A. Lawson and the board discussed a Powell, 19, and Patsy Lee
to cover them. Clerk M Charles Sawyer, the school work session to decide just Walker all with Gainesville
Brown says the entire budget .,td board first okayed validation how much of the $975,000 it addresses; and Deborah Ann
was not overspent, but agreed !Neumann: of Naples Fla.
of two revenue certificates to- might want to okay for sale.
..that line lte taling $975,000, but restricted The with
Supt. Casey has set out the men were charged
spent without budget transfers sale of the certificates to middle school project and the possession and sale of dangerous -
to cover them. $500.0oO. BUS project as priority; Items drugs, while \the girls were

-The auditor cited the County Purpose of the meeting Tues- for the coming year. But he charged only with possession.
; Commission for making a day was to go over the resolutions also lists additional$370,000 Ginley said however, that
lump sum contribution of $10- authorizing validation building program set some- Miss Neumann was released
000 (which It has done for years) of the two revenue certificates, where in the next few years- Monday, with no complaint file
to the Bradford County; Development one $500,000 of junior liens another $250,000 addition to against her.
Authority; without statutory and one $473,000 parity bonds BUS, a $20,000 bus garage, An additional arrest was made
authority.; Clerk Brown These lucky ducks won't b. on the table tomorrow. Th. bread Is catching on; the number of ducks has with Attorney Cone Shaw and and $100,000 in renovations to Monday, Ginley said-- tile wife
said he and his staff thought They'll still b. local lake Fiscal Agent Harvey I. Hen- Starke Momentary; Southslde of Powell who goes under her
with ,
enjoying a
girls increased from f.w about
they had complied with Chap pr.tty a to 30 In the past two months, After much discussion maiden name of Constance Sa-
like non. of plus miscellaneous Items.At .
\ ter 69-104, Acts of 1969 under old Debbie Hague to f..d th.m bread. Including some otherwise wild ones. Die resolutions and how to raise racino. She was charged with
that point the board, pushedby being a coconspirator.At .
which the contribution was the required reserve funds, the
made. But, he added, the local board approved them on Law- limit Sawyer, moved rapidly to a hearing in Jacksonville
sale of the bonds to$500-
act does not mention specifically son's motion. Monday bonds (originally set

I the Development Authority Land Sales Total At Hermans' urging validation board 000. Voting members with Seeber Sawyer Good-were at $15,000 each for the men)
; as other acts do the $521,020
Bradford County; Hospital, Fair of both Issues was approved to (Con't. on page 4)) (Con't. on page )

Association, and Chamber of
Commerce.This .

unresolved.particular Brown item says is,still but During August September

added Gene Shaw he has about contacted a solution.Rep. ] n 4)t'

Chapter 69-104, Acts of 1969,
the audit report points out authorizes Bradford property; transact- Mrs. T. A. Box of Starke for Beach Subdivision. Starke for a parcel of land in
any county; or municipality tion for the months of Augustand a parcel of land on Westmoreland $3,000 from Mary Brown to Sec. 35-6-22. -
; to pledge or assign revenues September totaled 521.020 Street In Starke. Betty; Davis of Hampton for a $4,500 from Mr. and Mrs. --_
for industrial or man- according to tax stamps affixed $3,300 from Mr. and Mrs. parcel of land in Sec. 19722. William Blackburn to Mr. and 7r j
ufacturing projects, specific to deeds filed in the office of Gene D. Adams to Harry L. $3,300 from Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Merritt H. Williams of
authority; to contribute funds the county; clerk. Keller of Melrose Fla. for, Francis W. Yarbrough to Mr. Starke for a parcel of land in
lump-sum to another agency August sales totaled $295,120and a parcel of land in the Indian and Mrs. M. E. Ciibles of Sec. 28-6-22.
Is not stated In the act. September sales totaled $4,500 from Mr. and Mrs.

-The auditor said he was $225,900. Only sales over$1,000 Guy Andrews and Mr. and Mrs.A. .
'. not shown legal authority; for are listed. Union Grand Indicts J. Thomas and Mr. and
Property; transactions have Jury Mrs. Aubrey Maura Jr. to the

((5.. Page 4)) almost doubled their 1970 rate Town House Enterprises of Flo-
so farm this year in orao- rida Inc. of starke for a par-
,. .' ford County; but the August and Inmate In Prison MurderEvidence cel of land in Parkwood Sub-
;:::<=:: ":=:::::::::: September as well as July's division.

\ ftZbranum total of $293,066 are all lower $6,000 from Lucy Harrison
than June level of $423,000. in two first-degree Robert Nobles each got off witha Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Kll-
murder charges presented to lighter sentence of 6 monthsin
and Mr. and Mrs. D.
October transactions have again gore
a Union county; grand jury Mon- prison on similar chargesof J. 1 Kllgore, Jr. of Jackson-
risen to the $400,000, far day with the
morning jury
escape. ville for 29 acres of land.
above that of previous levels.
: returning a true bill on one Marshall Thomas White also
LV. Largest August transaction and a no true bill on anotheras drew a one year prison sen- $5,600 from Mr.and Mrs.'Jeff '
,V'" totaled $62,000 for 135 acres the fall term of Circuit tence for escape while charges Baker to Mr. and Mrs. OUe -,
.."'" of land in the Graham area Burton of Waldo
Sheppard for
Court convened with Judge JohnA. of larceny of an auto were a -T;
sold by Mr. and Mrs. Jennings H. Murphree presiding dropped against him parcel of land in Sec.30-7-22.
I: < ; ((tier [ Starling and Mr. and Mrs.Morris on recom-
k E. Starling to Mr. Walter A no-true bill was returned mendation of the state attor- '3.4UU from Mr. and Mrs. ...

t i iI. 11. Nolan of Graham. against Robert Charles Tay ney.Paul David (Con't. on page 4)) ...; -
Wright pled not
Community Wid. }; lor with killing John : '
Largest transaction In Sep- char ( :
3t with a pistol guilty; to charges of escape .(11 :
tember was $43,000 for a par- In Lake Butler last while the case of James David .,
Thanksgiviiigj;:}:: cel of land on SR-21 from Mr. month. early Bass charged with escape Co. CourthouseWill '""" .
and Mrs. Derail L. Davis to was temporarily passed.
\ I.:: Service $= Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hadden A true bill wall returned a-
4 of Lake City.August ; eainst orison Inmate James Norris Kyle pled not guilty; Be Closed Patrolman James Rye points to dent in truck mad by impact" when an .Id.rly
.. transactions over Roosevelt, charged with the to a charge of assault with man was hit and killed on Temple Avenue Friday Night
::: Set Wednesday :: $1,000.were: fatal stabbing of another Inmate Intent to murder Merritt A Thursday, FridayThe
Bessie Crews Paul Beachum, at the Williams at the prison last I
t I Nov. 24, 7:30: $20,000 prison last July 5. Twenty- Bradford County courthouse
to Delma Edley, Ronald Ed- Aug. 24; Walter L. Edwards ;
First United i; ley and Clifton Jr. of Starke eight year old Roosevelt will pled not guilty; to a charge will be closed Thurs- Man Killed On Temple Ave.Frank
i .. for 20 acres of land. now be tried on a charge of first of larceny of a vehicle owned day and Friday for the Thanksgiving .... .
Methodist Church $7,000 from Ida Sue Schmittto degree murder. by General Farm and Western holidays.
Maces McCloed of Starke for Roosevelt was also arraigned Supply on Oct. 25; Archie Crim That will be the only public seventies,Byrd was, In his struck arly and Hull, 59, was traveling home Damages to Hull's 1969 Ford
I I a parcel of land in Sec. 29- on charges of assault with an pled not guilty; to assault with building to be closed both day, killed Friday night as he attempted from his Job In Gainesville at rancher was estimated at $150.
:: EveryoneWelcome ij 622. attempt to murder another state intent to rape; IzeU Edmonds however. The Starke<< city; hall the time of the 6:19: accident.
to cross l'S-301 I in
Allen Jr. pled not guilty to will close Thursday only and be No charges have been filed
Eddie ; escape
I $31/ 00 from prisoner. He pled not guilty downtown Starke. Hull admitted to drlnkli against Hull.Katherlne .
to Mr. and Mrs. WUdon W. to these charges resulting fromthe from the Union County; jail) last open for business as usual on* bourbon before the time of the
Stinson of Hampton for a par- July 5 incident.In July 30 and breaking Into a Friday. Byrd, who had been stayingat accident and Mayo Brown of
a breathalyzer test
Courtesy Of of land containing 3 acres service station; Carlton L.Varnes the Magnolia, Hotel, was Starke walked
cel Community from
other cases stemming from pled not guilty to assault The\ ; State Bank' pronounced dead on arrival at indicated a faint odor. away a
Orr i $10,300 from Mr. and Mrs. escapes at the state prison, to murder James Ran- the Florida Bank at Starke, the Bradford County Hospital He was, however Judged not train-car collision Saturday afternoon -
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CEIammunitg and the First Federal with only slight I injuries
and Savings -
John W. Duke to Mr. Nelson France Laird Jr., pled dolph Green Nov. 10. after being struck by a ford to have been under the influence -
State Sank Roy DalrympI* of Stark guilty; to charges of escape & Loan Association will aU olck-un driven hv Maurice La- of alcohol. and a mere $100 dollars
for a lot in Saratoga Height. and was sentenced to five years Edgar Ed Golden pled guilty close) on Thursday and be openon zenly Hull of Jacksonville. damage to her car.
from Mr and Mr. In prison by Judge Murphree.Scepben ; to possession of a firearm Friday as usual. According to Patrolman According to Trooper R.W.
Account New Insured $10.000 According to two witnesses,
Bradford schools will James H. Rye, Frank Byrd,
Robert E. Lewis to Mr. and Arthur Jeffries and by a felon and was sentenced ; Pace of the Florida Highway
U T. $20,000 Byr Mrs. Bernie Carter of Starke
be closed both Thursday and the pedestrian was walking east
Mrs Kyle A. Lunger of Stark<< I Robert Allen Edwards also pled to one year in the county; jail and Mr. C.D. TlllTs of Gainesville Patrol. the accident occured
Starke. guilty to the and and Donald P. Dugan pled guilty Friday, as usual, for Thanks across US-301 in the middle of at the Seaboard Coastline
.detl Deposit for 4 lots In the Town of same charge giving. the accident was unavoid- the 300 block. When he reachedthe crossing -
\ were sentenced to ; to unauthorized use of a on SR-125 in Saturday
f. SW c. able Byrd
$22.000 from Mr. and Mrs. in prison. vehicle and was sentenced: to AU Stark I businesses will as center line he then walked .
Buford Mitchell to Mr. and James Alton Price and George three months In the county; jail. be open for business Friday. front oIliull'. vehicle, who attempted into the path of the vehicle
to avoid him. driven by Hull. No charges were filed.

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Retirement Mary A. Reagen Hospital A uxliaryEntertains DKG Society Girl Scout III. ..I"'" Thanksgiving

Party Given Weds Paul MillerIn Doctors Meeting Held' NeighborhoodMeeting I I Service Nov24;

For J. W. Ritch Home CeremonyMary Staff(At DinnerThe In Macclenny Held : ,

J.W. Mitch was honored witha Alice Reagen, daughter Bradford County Hospital Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Miss Kay Anderson field dir- Th Stark Ministerial Alliance -
surprise retirement dinner of Mrs. Josephine Knight of Auxiliary entertained the Kappa Gamma Society met ector from Gainesville, showeda Is planning a city-wide
his staff Homestead, became the brideof film "I Am A River," at Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service -
given by Saturday doctors and wives at I dinner Tuesday, Nov. 16, In the Methodist ,
evening at the Golden Gables Paul L. Miller, son of Mr. meeting Monday night. the Church annex at Macclenny. the Girl Scout neighborhoodmeeting 'd on Wednesday, Nov 24.
Restaurant In Lake City.; and Mrs. Larry L. Miller of Methodist Fellowship Hall. Tuesday; Nov.- Itt! at S A at 7:30 pun. at the First United
Starke on Friday night, Nov. dining table Refreshments 7:30: "In the Ralford Club Methodist Church.
The long U-shaped were served at p.m
Mr. Ritch, Supervisor of In- 19, at the Miller home. The was centered with a garland 7:30 by the Baker County members House. J. C. Brown minister" of the
dustrles at the State Prison, double-ring ceremony was performed of pyracanthea inter- after which a businessand Attending were Mrs. Lila First Christian Church of
will_retire on November 30 after by Rev. I.V. Luke In the spersed with small pumpkins, social meeting was held. Yawn. Mrs. Laurie Mullins, Starke, will be speaker for
41 years service with the presence of a few friends andrelaUv.s. corn husks and horns of plen- The devotional by Mrs. Joan Mrs. Carolyn Eaves Mrs. Martha the occasion and William
Division of Corrections. ty. Rev. D. T. Farabee gave Smith of Macclenny carried outa Green, Mrs. Phyllis Car- i 1 g George Minister of Education
Given In marriage by Mr. the First Baptist
the Invocation. Thanksgiving theme, after ver, Mrs. Ann Farabee, Mrs. and
Miller, father of the groom, Lillian Stump president which various Carol Cheek and Mrs. Minou tit .A
The head dining table was Miss reports were given. r Church willsductscom-
covered with a white cloth and the bride was dressed In a announced the Auxiliary The president Mrs.Marie Wainwright of Starke; Mrs. y bined choir from all churches
blue y
two piece suit. would have their annual Christ- Frankie Rouse of Ralford; and t A choir
centered with an arrangementof Jimmy Griffls cousin of "Woodley, of Lake Butler, l in town. special practice
driftwood, palm leaves and the mas tea for the hospital staffon reminded th e group of the district Mrs. Sharon Rymer, Mrs.Con- will be held at t:4S p.m.
best and
orchids. Individual tables were groom David was man Dec. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 meeting to be held at St. nie Clyatt, Mrs. Geraldine Rue, prior to the service.
Hodges sister of
covered with white cloths and the groom, was bride's at- p.m. In the hospital library. Johns River Junior College In and Mrs. Carol McNeal of Lake Also attending and participating : -
centered with fall arrange- tendent. Among the guests were Mr. April She Unfed members to will be the ministers from
ments burning tapers and pyracanthla. A reception was held at the and Mrs. George Canova, Dr. present their reports In a novelor Butler.PTA various churches in the com-
Miller home after the and Mrs. P. G. Felos, Dr. and interesunr manner and Meeting munity.Rev. .
cere- Mrs. II. H. Adams, Dr. and to stress any outstanding accomplishment Robert Burch, presidentof ,
Mrs. Ritch was presented witha mony.The bride's Mrs. J. W. Patray, Dr. and of the chapterfor Approximately 300 persons the Ministerial Alliance, extends -
lavender orchid corsage and with table was covered Mrs. L. II. Jennings, Dr. and this year.Apnrogram. attended the Starke ElementaryPTA a cordial I Invitation! to
Mr. Ritch was presented with a a lace cloth and centered Dr. and .uhlte: with
Mrs. A. Y. Covington, on the "Continu everyone to come and
Monday night,
gift, "care package" and tape with a tiered wedding cake.Cutting Mrs. Jorge Salazar, and Mr. others In thanking God for his
ing Progress and Responsibilities cafeteria.A .
made of the special event. the cake and presiding at Nov. 14, In the school
and Mrs. King. blesstn
the punch bowl were Mrs. Annie of Women" was prevented program on Ecology; was given many a.

During the evening speecheswere Mae Thornton and Mrs. by Miss Della Ro umbers. by several of the classes. ,1II.\?-." .-.',!'':..:.:........._-;rn'C'1t'ltLl''ll'no.c..;.--...s:..... -..."" ... .?4er.. .- '.. *
ifo s. Mrs. Marilyn Vallenga, Mrs. 7// the generation which did
given about Mr. Ritch The Is a 1966 graduate Birthday Party Party Tommie Noun, Mrs. Lucille SHORTS STORY-Cotton corduroy drops Its ribs in the educating it to rotten how
each of his employees and Mrs. Bertha Lang of Belle favor of all-over
by Payne, and Mrs. Adele MItchelL embroidery for an updated look It's
of and after (the
serving four come generation
Mrs. Elbert Nettles presen- For Gina Shaw each reoortlna Glade Is spending a month with used here for a classic blazer and matching short pants. !younger
ted Mr. Ritch with a framed years in the US Air Force, Is on a different Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. By Pranx. is proclaimed at the best educated -
employed with the Division of phase.of the topic in our history
entitled "Gentlemen Little Gina Shaw celebrated
poem Transportation In Starke. The
afternoon Bradford County members attending
her third birthday Tuesday -
Jim. bride is employed at Cadillac
the meeting were Mrs.
when her mother, Mrs.
Fifty-four persons Induing Manufacturing Co. Gene Shaw, gave a party for Maureen Paul, Miss Della Ros
husbands and wives, helped to The couple will reside at her and 16 little friends. enberg, Mrs. Lucille Payne,
celebrate the occasion. Forsyth road in Starke. The family room was gayly Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, Mrs. ,
decorated with colored bal Adele Mitchell! Mrs. Helen a i 1 J
OES NoticeThe loons. The refreshment table Johns, Mrs.commie NoUn,
was covered with a birthday Mrs. Sue Winkler Mrs. Kate
Order of the Eastern party cloth with matching napkins Sheppard Mrs. Edna Hart, and
301 Star will have a covered dish plates and cups. Center- Mrs. Marilyn Vallenga.
supper at the Masonic Hall ing the table was a three SALE DAYS: FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Saturday night at 7 o'clock.
tiered cake topped with roses Sbrk ShowerFor
All Masons and thillI' families and three
DRIVE-IN are invited to attend. Mrs. HardeeThe

UDC To Meet Merry Beth Burch home of Mr. and Mrs. w MENS LONG SLEEVE VISIT OUR NEW
Show At Sundown "
Begins Ie* f**
W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC, Birthday PartyRev. Vernon Starling of Lawtey was SPORT '
Fri., Sat. Nov. 26, 21 will have a Dutch treat lunch- the setting for a stork shower & COTTON CORNER
eon at the Holiday Inn on Wed- and Mrs. R.D. Burch tor Mrs. Wayne Hardee last SHIRTS ( -
nesday, Dec. I, at 12 noon. gave a P1Friday afternoon Friday night. fit
Nov. 12, at their home on Bes- After a number of games and -Solid a prln"
contests, the honoree opened I 2 a PRE-SEASON COTTON
sent Road for their daughter 'I sllelS.xL
THE PRICE OF I ONE I : Mary Beth, on her second gifts.and displayed her many lovely \ FOR $5 DRESSES AT THE LOW

birthday. ,
FLORIDATHEAJRE Cake and Ice cream" were Refreshments were servedby t'' r 4 h LOW PRICE OF
20TH CENTURY-FOX PRESENTS served during the party hours. the hostesses Mrs. Henry
Attending were Curtis Green, Hodges, Mrs. James R. Nor-
CJwdJON NESTON Michael Whlffen, Barbara Godwin man, and Mrs. Carl Norman 'b 9
and John- Guests on this occasion Included r tl MENS /./
Joy Vellenga, .. ..,
to In MIHURP JACOBS.o-orfiKi. .. ,*. Thelma .Carter, 1EUsha i
ny Burch. t S 100% POLYESTER L v'- .
Showtlme-W ekdaYI\!\ 7:00 and Angle Carter, Ona and

plANETSun. Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: Melissa Jackson Kathy Hardee, Iris Pendarvls, KNIT
Sarah Norman, Avte Norman,
&[At Sat., Sun. Nov. 21, 28 Entertained On Louise Austin, Margaret Wise, ;, SLACKS
Daisy Boch, Bernice Starling
SPECIALMATINEE 5th Birthday Betty!; Kelly, Peggy Dobbs,Mary Machine washable /
color"'DC Wx1 Kuhne, Joyce Bennett, Betty!; fabtlc In assorted rrC< y
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson Starling MaIda Williams, Hester color 29-38
after- Hicks, Helen Shuford, Diane
gave a party Saturday
Gault,, Ethel Reddish, EUzabeth rf b
for their Melissa
noon daughter,. -
At 1:30: and 3:00: on her fifth birthday, given Terry, Diane Bennett, and Sherri i I) $1088 REG. t 0

at the home of her grandpar- Austin. I

} alt "Lassie Comes ents, Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jack- ,
son Sr., on W. Madison Street
Pink and White crepe paper CaTrJ'
Home"ADM. streamers and colored bal- '
loons decorated the party Trade MENS LINED a la
$1.00 rooms. A doll birthday cake C.P.O. JACKET X. / ,
centered the refreshment table.
Regular Show StartsAt Assisting with\ the game!?wer Mr, and Mrs. Sammy Leo Heavy pile.. Ion. n /
Mrs. C.A. Johns, Mrs. Tom Smith, Starke, announce the / ing. asst. wool $788
5 P. M. Jackson and grandmothers, birth of a son, Richard Le- blends mcoloclul .. 0
L / l7
plaids S-XL e o 6v
Smith 18 In Bradford df
Mrs. H.E. of Wllllston von, on Nov.
E: and Mrs. Jackson Sr. County Hospital.McKinney.
e FrI., Sat., Sun.

9 ill Nov. 26, 27, 28 Birthday Party Reunion % CORDUROY PARKA

Showtime For Paul RussellPaul a 4 l 1 i 3 pc zp-olr hood 7
Held At t Satsuma/ Knit'collai, &culls

Friday -. 7:00: Darin Russell, son of Asst' colon 6-18
t M/Sgt. and Mrs. Samuel L. orFASHION
Saturday 5:00: The McKinney reunion was t
Russell, celebrated his sixth held at the home of Mr. and
Sunday.. 5:00JOHN : III L- Cotton. cool, comfortable & carefree
as 1 birthday, Friday, Nov. 19, at Mrs. L. T. Sapp Sr. on Dunn BUSH JACKET as a

n the home of Ms uncle and Creek at Satsuma on Sunday, I Full bell & heavy sway. Many styles in assorted colors. Missy, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill, on Nov. 21.Those.
warm hnmg Asm
GIVE'EM'HELL Kingsley Lake. attending from out- i l l colas; In 8-18 Jr. petite and hall sizes.
The birthday cake, centering of-town were: Mr. and Mrs.
the refreshment table, was decorated Edwin Clemons, Mrs. Leslie e YOUR AFTERNOON
JOHN! with a fish and hunting Kite, Mrs. Margie Moody, Mrs. 888
theme. Multicolored balloons HOICE
Doria Meredith, and Ed Rob-
., Mon. Nov. 28, 29 were used to decorate the par erta of Jacksonville: Mr. and

The mob wanted ty rooms. Mrs Dennis Kite of Doctor's nl
Games were played and prizes
Inlet; Mrs. Ruby Goodman,
Harlem back. awarded. The party was Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus LADIES

They got Shaft... be recorded sent to and Paul's pictures father,taken who Is to and Clemons daughter, Mrs., Gainesville Juanita Flllyau; Mr. NO IRON FULL FASHIONED

up to here. on duty In Vietnam. and Mrs. Perry Kite and family BED SPREADS SWEATERS
Party favors were given to Bostwlck; Mr. and Mrs. /
the six children: : Karaa and W. B. McKinney and son, Ray, Ring Cascade spreads and w/lnnge Wedding Cable knit styles In 100.,bIn

Loran Harrington, Sherri Rod- Mrs. Lois McKinney. Palatka. Asst colas Twin 'I I acrylic fabric.White pastels -
gee and Sheila Hartley, and or lull.
Stewart & fashion I colors In
Dalrymple. Also attending I
: ,were Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 4 34 to 40.

H.: Moncrief and Mrs' Marion V $788 1f h
Harrington. 44I'

ee. $4
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WAYNE Beta Sigma Phi I luytpJl; 19,99

A Howard Hawks Production ,

"RIO LOBO" Gamma Theta Chapter*! Be-
ta Sigma Phi sorority; held 14regular ,' .

-- PLUS 22 at the meeting home of Monday Mrs; Harold Nov. LADIES DRESS HEELS LADIES I FABULOUS HOLIDAY
BUST!M'>Mm.(MAm Mi.- Davis. Co-hostess was Mrs.

d 1 Philip Clark. lac.., S a burnt bnse sugar eyelets.61eck ,n. STRETCH DRESSY BLOUSE
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After the business meeting, "' $466
sorority; slaters staged a Stan- BOOT SALE
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Michael ley Party presented by Mrs. .... ,a.- Beautiful lady-Ilk frilly
Beatrice floater, a local Stanley eo"" ,n. '
W RREO.19.99 btousesw/lrllls&tuckal
Representative. The group k\
Caine Aaat.
enjoyed games and pities and +.. +n 544 In 32 to styles 33. & colors
} became acquainted with Stanley -
products. The Stanley Par- I
ly is one of the group's Ways 1 : $333y
and Means projects.Refreshments 0J TOJ
BLUE WATER were served I

IN" WHITE DEATH"The following the ATl'IC.PRINT-LJttle girls'

Get Carter hunt for the Week White plank G... e e .attire party dresses take on an old-
A OaMA R Ft/ate&NTAf ONA '> Leading health fashioned air with ecru lace
r1l1 A Mtr/o GOOwNM A.tnurst 0 : 1; trim dark prints. A field (1 ALWAYS
Jf JI'IlOt/ NATIONAL NC1I $51L1ApTICe.COlp1. agree that America :cast on ( 1st QUALITY
IICCOO'I 0" have more doctors.: Of/ewer of flowers stands out against CHARGE
I tick people. > black cotton In this design by
Suzanne Oodsrt

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Among the student coming: I Small Dinner Party Wraps Up I. ,f!'If.l' .)
horn for the long weekend are: "
BUI Adams and Wayne Blan- the Season Mr. and Mrs. Cerry Gibsonof .
kenflhlp. University; of Georgia I Big Holiday Merritt Island will be the .j I

Ginger} Baldwin and Linda Haas, Thanksgiving weekend guestsof l ,.
Mr. and Mrs Larry Gibson. Suys 1
University; of South Florida; ,,
Brant Turner Valdosta State
College; Gary Hamilton. FSU; Mr. and" Mrs. Lex Green,
Jan Hitch, Emory University:: ; Mr. and Mr. E. L. Matthews,
John Flynn St.Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrewsand Special SpeakerAt
for College; Anne Terwlllegar. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders -
Wesleyan College' Robert Pa- attended the Democratic Level As Far As I Am
terson, Brevard College;Nancy Executive Committee meeting Church Sunday .7
tenon, Brevard College; and In Tallahassee from Thursdayto
Nancy Gay Mars Hill College. Saturday and also attendedthe Rev. Bill KingstonVlU be the
Tiger Bay Club banquet
special Pine Level
speaker at
2nd LC Michael E. Slstrunk Saturday night. Baptist Church this Sunday according ThePRICE
of Fort Knox. Ky. will spend

the long weekend with Mrs. Mrs. W, W. Sellers of Burlington to announcement by the
Slstrunk and her parents Mr. N. C., Mr. and Mrs. pastor Rev. John Strickland.
and Mrs. C. R. Scogglns. Kenneth Crowson of Columbia, "Rev. Kingston who Is only
Mrs. David 4 feet 4 Inches tall, Is a fine
S. C., Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Picker-
Crowson of Smyrna Ga., Mr. speaker and an outstanding FREEZE
ing spending the long week- "
are and Mrs. W. E. Crowson of soloist Rev. Strickland said.
end with Dr. and Mrs. M. J.
Haven and Mr. and He has been In thA ministry'
Pickering In Lakeland. Winter for 25:>>years, and Is now pastorof

Mr. and Mrs. George John- will Mrs.the attend Don home Crowson a of family Mr.of and Jackson-reunionat Mrs. In the Tampa.Bay View The Baptist public Is Church Invited IS STILL' ON !

son of Jacksonville Mrs. Albert Claude Crowson at Bedford to attend the Sunday ser-
with its feasts,
Sawyer and children of The Reason of merrymaking-packed perpetual vices.
Jacksonville Beach Mr. and gala affairs, and holiday hullabaloos-starts with such a splendid Lake over the weekend.Mr. .
Mrs. Pat Prince of Atlanta, bang but somehow winds up with such a tremendous thud!

and Mrs. W. S. Slado are Once Help socially ease yourself swamped back, schedules Into everyday soon become living dull by staging and drab.a post- and Mrs. Ralph Gibson Show And Tell'Program . . . ..
Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. of Madison, Wis. spent the past
holiday mini dinner party. Plan fare that's festive and fuss-free
and Mrs. Charles Sawyer. the kind that's both company-fit and hostess-easy. two weekends with Mr.and Mrs. Enjoyed All 1972 Chevrolet And Oldsmobaes
Simple to prepare impressive to see, and savory to taste are Larry Gibson while touring Flo By
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall and golden roasted, Cornish Hens with Holiday Sauce. They're History Group
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford and plumned-up with a buttery apple-lemon stuffing easily prepared rida.Mr. That Are Still In Stock Are Slill
family are spending Thanksgiving early in the day. and Mrs. M. L. Waters Members of the Bradford
The (Inching touch comes with a lacing of Holiday Sauce-a Jacksonville
and of
at the Hall In the daughter County Historical
camp ; Society; en-
canned Chicken Giblet
breeze to master with the help of Gravy.
Scrub. This golden brown gravy made with tender diced giblets and real were Saturday to Tuesday Joyed a "show and tell'program Priced Like 1971 Models.
and Mrs. J. L.
chicken broth is good "as IV even better as the savory startto guests of Mr. last Thursday night that brought
Mrs. E. R. Witherell and creative sauces. For Holiday Sauce additions of butter- Bradley. forth a number of Interesting
son, Robert, of Peoria HI. browned celery mace, and chopped pecans make it the perfect Items ranging from a fashion
were last Friday visitors of complement for Cornish hens. Miss Beverly Patterson of catalog of 1889 to an oil paint-
Mrs. Walla Lipsey. CORNISH HENS WITH HOLIDAY SAUCE Miami Is visiting Dr. and Mrs.A. Ing of the old Bradford County;
J. Barry this week. Mr. courthouse. We Have Almost All Models
Mr. and Mrs. Leon ShImer 2 pounds Cornish each hens) (about l'/4 V margarineSalt cup melted butter or and Mrs. W. N, Barry Of New- J. B. Bloodworth. presidentof

and daughter of St. Augustine and pepper W cup sliced celery berry will also be Thanksgiving the society; showed a Span
are Thanksgiving day guestsof 2 Cups dry bread cubes 2 tablespoons! butter or day guests of the Barrys. ish American War military belt Of Chevrolet. .
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi margar Ie and buckle that had belongedIn
I chopped apple
Smith. cup 1 can ((10a ounces) Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. the family of the late Archibald -
% cup finely chopped onion Franco-American J. W. Klncald spent Thursdayto Johns, and Col. and Bdair
Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort % teaspoon grated lemon rind Chicken Giblet Gravy Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.C Mrs. Graham IlutchlsonofLakeGeneva Impala
Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. 14 teaspoon mace 2 tablespoons chopped pecans C. Howe In Tamna. presented some antique
Richard Ray and family of Paducah Season hens with salt' and pepper. Lightly toss bread, apple. military buttons and other I itome 1- Che veil e Comoro
onion, lemon rind / teaspoon mace and melted butter. Stuff found
Ky. are Thanksgiving hens; fasten with toothpicks or skewers. Place hens breastsideup Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bald- on their propertyat ;
weekend guests of their mother in shallow roasting pan; brush with additional melted butter. win and Mrs. Freeman John Lake Geneva. The large oil
Mrs. J. S. Sapp and fa- Roust at 400'.'. for 1 hour 15 minutes. Meanwhile In saucepan son of Lake Worth were week- painting of the old courthouse Monte Carlo Nova
mily. cook celery with remaining mace in butter until tender; stir in end guests of Mr. and Mrs.M. was shown by Mrs. Jessie
gravy pecans, and 2 tablespoons drippings. Heat; stir now and A. Baldwin Sr. Young, the owner. Mrs. Gladys
then. Serve with hens and stuffing. Makes 4 servings. Ayer created much Interest with And Vega
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gllllng- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wig her 1889 fashion catalog while
ham and family of Perrine will Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mlxon of eats antique china and sliver were
be Wednesday to Sunday guestsof of Athens Ga. are Thanksgiv- Jacksonville and son, Wayne Wednesday rtooixSundaay glt shown by Mrs. E. J, Dowling
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Ing weekend guests of Dr. and Mixon of New York City; Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wig and Mrs. Gene Long.So .
Mrs. H. H. Adams. and Mrs. W, H. Edwards Jr. gins. much Interest was shownIn ire STOCK NOW !
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Van- and son, Bob, of KIngsley Lake the Items that It was decided
derllp of Tucker Ga. will be PFC George Hamilton has and Mrs. Will Edwards were to have another "show
weekend guests of Mrs. Vanderlip' returned home after completSunday dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- and tell" period In connection
brother-in-law and Nazworthand with the next meeting on the
and Mrs. Drew Reddish on Rae and Mrs. Cary
Ing six months of National Guard
sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry training at Fort Gordon, Ga. Mrs. Will! Edwards'birthday. children attended a birth- third Thursday In January.
Mooty.; day dinner at the home of Mr. Bloodworth announced that the
and Mrs. Glen Conner In Orlando County; Commission had agreedto A Good Selection Of Chevy
Saturday Leonard Con- give the bronze plaque In
ner's 19th birthday.H. the old courthouse to the IIlstorlcal -

M. Strickland of Miami Society for preservation. Pick-ups To Choose From

and Sally Strickland and Al Members and friends are
Dormlny of the University; of asked to start collecting items
Florida were last Friday visItors now for presentation at the Jan

SALE DAYS: THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. uary meeting.
Strickland.Mrs. .

Frank Weaver and Mrs. Local admittances to Brad- .....< A IcaTi*****
Lowman Weaver and son, Jamie ford County Hospital this week 4M.MSAJ
I I i I : of WlUlston were weekend Include: Mrs. Bertha Beck,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mrs. Llnnle Bell Harris JohnC.
Jackson Moody. Mrs. Sara I HoiIlday
Sr. lope -
12" PANASONIC TV Mrs. Mildred Cllsson ft

{ UHF/VHF MAGNUSELECTRIC Mr. and Mrs. David"Christo Mrs. Adell Stokes, Mrs.Gladys BIG NEWS"We
: pher and daughters of Fitzgerald Lewis Mrs. Willie Lou Sheer-
rmJ I 1. roar... Guarantee. palls" ft CHORD ORGAN Ga. will spend the long Ing and Mrs. Myrtle Barnes
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Starke; Mrs. Iris Griffin Rol-
: $891U Charles Dlnldns. ford Mrs. Dorothy Engelke

::cow ENSEMBLE Melrose. Now Have 48 Month
Mr. and Mrs. M. A, Bald- Financing
DELUXE AC/DC win Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Jack-
Bateman and Mr. and Mrs. sonville and H. M. Stricklandof

CASSETTE AC.adepts blanlt recordong RECORDERPORTABLE ...111.. Cloy.... ..E' Shrine Charles Ceremonial DInkins attended and danceat the guests Key of Biscayne Mr. and were Mrs.weekend E. W. On Your New Chevy Or Olds

.fA eats. baU"y I uphonCl.$26a the Civic Auditorium In Jacksonville Hayes
Saturday and Sunday.
< Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hunt
.. lab Mr. and Mrs. George W. of Thanksgiving
029 n Bonlfay are
Brown spent the weekend and weekend guests of Mrs. Henri- THE TIME IS
"I 8 TRACK STEREO will spend Thanksgiving with etta Hunt.
.. Mr. and Mrs. L. M, StonerIn
TAPE PLAYER I AM RADIO Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Padgettof THE MONEY IS RIGHT
ControUonoutside.iuto/ Plant City were weekend
Glover of Jacksonville
Mrs. John
manual channel' Mttctor.'
guests of Sheriff and Mrs. P.
a former Starke resident -
$5 6 66OUHKEO.. 37 key-12 child ocgan matching bench ,, underwent surgery last D. Reddish. THE DEAL IS
"'.14 hard cover music book, electric light."" Thursday In Riverside Hospital.
Mrs. Gladys a patient
In Bradford County; Hospital -
JULIETTE AM-FM S.W has had out-of-town
72 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
LONG DISTANCE RADIO s39 and Miss Judy Broughton guests during the past week
Mrs. JoAnna McClendon
4atlwr war a built-k, of Graham spent the past weekat Charlie Carson and Rev., Ray .
O Inn. cad. AC/DC. their camp In the Scrub.
Gregory of Palatka Mr. and

( ) $131J. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vellengaand Mrs. A. R, LaFaye of Jack- HURRY> HURRYHURRY
daughter Mrs.Elaine Grlf- sonville and. Bill! Sherrod ofalnesville.

tie and children and Mrs. R.
G.E. STEAM & DRY CLAIROL MIST OR DRY R. Carlson are spending
SA VE Hundreds Of Dollars
IRON INSTANT HAIRSETTER Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Goodson and fam- WISH I'D SAID
Steam to dry it the flick Quick Ml with 20 .busted.
of' e witch. roller.. Vellenga ily In Lakeland.and daughter Mr. and will Mrs.also THAT"The ;. NOW On That New Car Of

visit Mr. and Mrs. William r
5raut.w Vellenga In St. Peter.buriover
the weekend. Dreams!

BLACK t DECKER CLAIROL LIGHTED Mrs. J. C. Vining and chil-
TA"' CIRCULAR SAW MAKE-UP MIRROR dren of Palatka were Saturday best way to get your

Q.n.lsf. pwpos sew 3 different typos. of' light: visitors of Mrs. L. D,Vlning. share of the wealth of the (P.S.) FOR EVEN GREATER SAVINGS CHECK ON THE FEW
Is work
.. country to
wdh 1 H.i. 1nD1. office daylight&tvtmng
0 Miss Diane Edwards and John It.-N. DeVane Williams REMAINING NEW 1971 CHEVYS LEFT IN STOCK.

$1999' $ 81OUDMEO.. Part of Boca Ratan will spend Holmes County (Fla.) Ad.
e;, UI7 the weekend with her parents, vertiser.
Mr. and Mrs. J.M.Edwards Sr. See You Soon.
"Too people don't care
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early what happens so long as it
3/8" DRILL TOASTER visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos doesn't happen to them.BRADFORD."-
Balanced' gaariite A clutch' Llghl or dark delicious Sanford In Astatula last Tuesday -
M kandl big. 1 jot*. T to...t. and Wednesday.Mr. ''l'J1E '

$9 99 10" OISCOUNnucf' $14 era and Mrs. H. A. Lawson COUNTY TELEGRAPH
.. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson -
and Mrs. Kenny Johns Published e.pry ThurwUy
SCHICK PROFESSIONAL attended the Baptist homecoming : at 138 W. Cklt Street
HAIR DRYERr.ldawarwsgs.adluabl. G.E. AUTO PERK In Auburndale on Sunday. sta.....Florida 3209 a / /- .

Irewe up to Iperfect cups. Leonard Conner Chuck SIs- Sccend claw. postage paid
"Milt, I 3leec3 _II.....
coffeel cle, and Randy and Dusty; Jonesof at SUrke.' Florid I U.S. 301 North Phone 9$47500STARKE.
Orlando were Saturday over
$1894 IIfI1.. $1161 !lEG. night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sahecriptlon Rates: FLORIDA
Barney McRae. In trade area $5.00 per .

Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs year; M.75 its month

mm I ALWAYS 1st QUALITY I Thelma Dean of Falrfleld were OnUlde trade. area: 9SM 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"Nov
Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. per year; P." ilz month
J. G. Caldwell

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ristmas New Schools. r h "" 000 cri AA ....I.II .

; "I"B 'I
Parade (Prom page 1)) l.lI7LL1Sa[ (From page )

man and Blaine Thompson.
A. Lawson had voted for validation \' D. Reddish to>> Willie Turner land containing 10.13 acres. to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Reames a parcel of land in Great Oaka 1
Needs of the bonds but did not Jr. of Lawtey for two Iota ,ooo from Eoline Smith to of Starke for 2 lots in Crystal Subdivision.
vote on the sale; issue. In Otis Subdivision. John B. Whitten of Jacksonville Lake Homesltes. 910,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
In quick succession Sawyer's 9 4.400 from Peggy H. Thomas for a lot on Sampton Lake 925.000 from Mr. and Mrs. James C. Harper to Mr. and
motions to pay Architect: Don to Mr. and Mrs. George Shores. M. F. Wiggins to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lester C. Webb tor a
Morgan $12,600 for his preliminary H. PIerce of Starke for a parcel $ ,amend from Eoline >> Hassle Rhodon and Mr. and parcel of land in Sec. 9622.
The Starke Chamber of Commerce work on the two projects of land on SR-200. Mr. Mrs.,F. R.Starling Mrs. James T. Balkcom of
$ from Eoline Smith to>>
.ooo of Jacksonville for a lot in Jacksonville for of
J\d sent out an urgentIdea under discussion end bask Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Lee parcel
for all Gene Shaw to Sampson Lake Shores land containing 135 acres.
community; organization attorney submit lot
of Jacksonville for a on
*, business firms or Individuals a bill for his work to date 943,000 from Mr. and Mrs. 93.000( from Mr. and Mrs.
Sampson Lake ,
Darrell L. Davis to Mr. and Wilton C. Conner to Mr. and
planning to enter
afloat on the bond Issue
la this year's Christmas proved. were ap 92,000 from Eoline Smith to Mrs. S. L. Hadden of Lake Mrs. William E. Flnucan: of We
parade fc>>> please let the chamber Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emory City for a parcel! of land on Starfce for a parcel of land
The additional $500,000: In
Hooka of Jacksonville for a SR-2I. 10
made.know 80< that plan can be revenue certificates, which: lot in Sampson Lake Slam 94.000. from Elva C. Kirkland containing 96,700 from acres.Mr. and Mrs. '
Hennon says he expects to have r 91,100 from Mr. and Mrs. to Mr. and Mrs Charles R. J. Williams to Mr. and RepairTYPEWRITERS
So far only! one float is en sold some time In January Ralph P. Bryan and Mr. and W. Kirkland of Lawtey for a Mrs. Fred D. Miller and Mr.
tend In the Saturday Decem brings the school board's total Mrs. L. R. WhItehead to Mr. parcel of land containing( 1.45 and Mrs. Freddie Miller Jr.
ber 11, parade and the December bonded Indebtedness to$2.2 and Mrs. John W. Dukes of acres. of Cincinnati, Ohio for a, par-
6 deadline 1* rapidly ap million. The additional $35,000per itarke for a parcel of land 92,000 from Mr. and Mrs. cel of land on SR-18.
proaching. to !
required principal
year pay
School, civic organizations and Interest on the new 910,800 from Mr. and Mrs. Gene D. Adams to Mr. and 92.520 from Sophie L. Wolfeto :
churches, scouts businesses, issue will bring the total a- Carl L, Brown to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Adams of At Mr. and Mrs John L. Eden-
,and all interested mount of funds Mrs. Jerry' Wadsworth of lanta. Ga. for 2 lots In Indian field, Sr. of Jacksonville for '
racing com-
persons are Hampton for a parcel Beach Subdivision. 2 lots in Santa Fe Shores. ADDING'MACHINES
invited by the chamber to per- mitted to pay off the issuesto big
ticipate by entering floats] care. 150000. The school board r1.A ___ of land between SR-221 $U Mr.000 from Cleone Hazen 97,600 from B.P.O.E. Lodge
and SR-18. to and Mrs. Derrick L.
horses, bicycles and other ape annually receives a frozen a- No. 1802 to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert -
propriately decorated vehic totaling 918,600 from Young America Deooe for 2 lots. in Livingston, A. Crosby of Starke for
mount of race track funds -
I... Corporation of Fla. to William Truby and Co. addition to a parcel of land on SR-200.
H. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Starke.
Prlzei will be given In both Provisions dealing with reserve Willie Mott Walker of Starke 91.400 from Mr. and Mrs 92.700 from Mr. and Mrs. Bradford
religious and commercial requirements prevent the F for 2 lots in Nat Williams Sty Clare Harley to Helle B. Albert G. Welsslnger to Mr.
floats. school board from pledging Subdivision. B. Harris( Harlev .for a narceA and Mrs. WUey M. Langfordof County
First Place for religious more than an additional $35- $2,700 from Mr. and Mrs. of land in the comer of Gainesville for a parcel of
'theme is $::10. $25 is offeredto 000 of the racing funds. The .. C. K. WhItehead and Mr. and Lady and land in Sec. 29721.
die second place winner and board must at all times hold ,> $15 to the third place entry. funds In reserve which total and Mrs. Richard G. Little of ing to Container Corporation of Glenn L. Conner to Mr. and
one and a half times the annual Mayor Carl Hurst, right, pens his name to declare Sat. Starke for a parcel of land on America of Fernandlna Beach Mrs. Cecil Adklns of Starke for
Audit. debt service of this new urday Arrive Alive Day in Starke. Joyce President Elal. SR-230. Fla.
County Issue Sanders and Junior women's Officer Linda Kay Johns 919.500 from Avle L. Pearce $!oOOO from Mr. and Mrs -
will up the coffee break 'for motorists. to Benjamin F.McCullyof May- J. E. Hall to Imperial Florida
(From page 1)) ing The over board the past has year been on work-Just port, for a parcel of land containing Oil Co. of Winter Park Fla. f ;; ;-lU7
25 for
Casey's acres. a parcel of land on U. S. r- g1
how to proceed on proposed -
the Board's Installment sale $35 000 from Mr. and Mrs. 301.
contract of $31,104: with the building program. Otto hicks Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. 918,000 from Mr. and Mrs
decision settled the
Florida Equipment Company of for pro- A vAlive Lester B. Wright Mr.and Mrs. John E. Glover to Ella Kate
,Jacksonville for purchase of a gram atleastanotheryear. Frank T.Cammack Mr.and two of Bradford County; for
,SchUld-Bantam truck crane. Immediately upon approval of Mrs. James A. Peterson for a of land In the City;
Serving on the county; commission the sale of the new revenue certificates parcel of land containing more of Stark*. f t tt
Supt. Casey said it than 47 acres. 94.000
during the audit from Mr. and Mrs.
were Dave Shuford, James would be highly desirable to Road Block 93.000 from Melvin Crlt s, William M. Blrt. William Marvin a faMOYg
M. (Buck) Norman Ralph Bryan have the two additions completed Marcus W. Grlffls, Othane A. Dirt,and Florrie Blrt Brown t t tt 0o
by next August 15, before Grlffls. Marlle Ray Grlffls
Mrs. Jessie R. C has tain, to Mr.and Mrs.James Meeco:
and Z. W. Hamilton. a new school term starts. Evelyn M. Barton, and Dorothy for three lots in the Town of
L. Scanlan to Ernest W. Hampton.
Alien for a parcel of land in 96,000 from Mr. and Mrs. t t tt

STOP g@f1f I ? INTER DRAFTS Set SaturdayThis Llnglngston, Truby and Co. addition Gordan J. Jones to Harold R.
to the city of Starke.
; Witt of Starke for
-a parcelof
Transparent Plastic V 922,000 from Mr. and Mrs land In Sec. 28622. t In Downtown Starke t tt
STORM KITS the J. D. Odom to National Pro 91,200 from Mr. and Mrs.
--l Saturday StarkeJIQ'- until 9 P.m. They will nag tein Inc. of Thomasvllle, Ce, Howard R. Corl to Mr. and Is Now Under
tees and the Starke Junior Wo- motorists down with offer
an for a parcel of land containing Mrs. Richard M. Nipper for
'F1i man's Club are sponsoring an of free coffee and doughnuts. .44. acres. :2.lots in Corllotta Unit 1. t t tt
: IJ "Arrive Alive Coffee Break"for
st" motorists In this way the Jaycees and 92,000 from Mr. and Mrs. 912,000 from Frances N. Mu- McDuff
:1 u Starke US-301.passing through Junior Women hope to get tired Gene D. Adams to Mr. and relll to Mr. and Mrs Robert>> Ownership
; STOKit RM WINDOW KIT39? on motorists to stop rest and Mrs. George W. Adams of Atlanta R. Clare of Keystone Heights t t
Mayor Carl Hurst has proclaimed relax. This, they hope will Ga. for 2 lots in IndianBeach for a lot In Keystone Club Estate And
t onslsts of 36 x 72 tough plastic the day "Arrive Alive refresh the motorist and help Subdivision. ; Management
sheet I, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails.IRM Day" in Starke to help make prevent an accident that would September transactions over 910 000 from Dorothy Strei- 6

STOKit DOOR KIT 49,*.. the coffee break a.ucce... mar a happy Thanksgiving 91.000 were: ter to Mr. and Mrs Douglas Carl
tA.V TO t assists of 36 x 84' tough plastic Weekend. $3,300 from Mr. and Mrs. Fertig of Starke for a parcelof Brooks, Manager
wtUll The coffee break"roadblock"will Also T. ". Slade and J. C. Saw- land containing 20 t :
r.a..rua heel.I 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails helping with the road- acres.
At Han w.r. < Lumber Dealers Everywhere be set up In front of Brad block through donations of time, yer to Mr. and Mrs. RobertE. >> 94,500. from Mr. and Mrs.
... ford High School on US-301. equipment and materials are Firth for a parcel of land R.; J. Williams to Mr. and Our Store Is Now Being .'
c.."..>',area o eueel rgn..r eLGIM,01r2.I..'In n.Mlei Starke Jaycees and members the Holiday Inn of Starke,which in Sec. 26622. Mrs. Lonnle Thompson of
--=- the Junior Woman's Club will will make the coffee and pro- 94.200 from Mr. and Mrs. Hampton for 4 tots In Hampton. Remodeled And Restocked o i
man the roadblock from 8 a.m.SIT vide the sugar and cream and C. Howell! Nasworthy to Gertrude 98,400 from Jessie F. Baker ,
the Starke volunteer Fire Department I. mest of Starke for For '
who will provide afire .a parcel of land.
truck. The fire truck will $5:,000 from Mr. and Mrs. :
YOUR SIGHTS HIGH be used to help make the road- A! L. Mann to Mr. and Mrs. 32 Dear KilledIn GRAND OPENING ,
block readily visible through Its T. J. Mann of Brooker for a

flashing light, siren and signs parcel of land containing. 20 Slow WeekOnly o

TAKE CAREFUL AIM! which will be posted on It. acres. McDuff Low Jacksonville
Coffee cups have been donated 92,300 from Carvon Inc. to>> 32 deer were killed at .
by H. & K. Block. Wlnn Dixie Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gru- Camp BlaMing by the 6,999 .
will provide the doughnuts. oner of Chicago Ill. for a hunters who swarmed into the Prices Available ::
The Jaycees will parcel of land in Sec. 13-8-22. area during the period Nov.
also havea
$2,100 from Mary G. Mann 15-21. Other game taken In the :
number of Florida
Alive license tags on hand Arrive which to Nancy Mary Falzone and same period were 353 cat squirrel. t IN STARKE NOW! t tIe
may be obtained by motorists John Joseph Mannl both of 40 fox squirrel and eight
Massachusetts for of ...
for a small donation. .a parcel hogs.

Coffee break roadblocks have .1..........._l-1J_I__L1i. _-1. .. I .. A .. .. --- _&_ __ .. A A _
been used successfully by Jay K 7 7 7 7 7 7 7T7 7C7C7 7T7T7Cc AA Wr
cees throughout the state and .
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nation as an Ins trumentCor pre

.f I venting Drug holiday Raid.accidents.. : c (1JtTtot t cing : ,

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were reduced to $1,000 each for
pI all defendants. They will be
1 arraigned on December 13 before -
V. S. Magistrate Joseph :.
'\,, W. Hackett In Federal District
Dl r Court, Jacksonville.
,' Saturday's raid ended a three THE OPENING OF
month effort by the narcotics
'. agents which started with attempt "
to "do business" with r :.,
the group, then operating In CHARLES BLALOCKBLALOOCS
Gainesville. The sale that broke :
the case was finally made after
the group moved operations to

111 / the Lake.two cottages\ on Bedford :;

[ j The narcotics agents described ( MEAT MARKET

the operation as one
of the largest and "moat so
phisticated" In Florida. Lookouts

equipped with walkie-talk 731 North Lake Street
ie radios and firearms, were
deployed In the woods surround
1 ing the cottages.. The drug ped

however dlers offered when no federal resistance agents Formerly Davis Grocery And Meat Market

accompanied by three Clay
County; Deputies moved In on
the cottages Saturday afternoon
One of the group escaped
through the woods on foot,however CHARLES BLALOCKWishes -
and has not yet been
Ginley said that the group to announce that he has
some of whom were university bought and is operating Dorsey Davis' meat business.

; students, had been selling Entrance thru Handy, Way or private'entrance to rear of store.
drugs all over the state. Two ---- .."
At First Federal Set On of the defendants were students '.
,Skills at the South Charles. will specialize In custom
; University; of Florida cutting and wrapping f for home freezers. Beef Pork ;

I Higher Earnings For Your Savings! Santa, Fe and Junior one was College enrolled, Gin-at Deer, etc. Cut and ,wrapped to your specifications. Retail meat will continue to, offer .,,"
same finest
le Tie quality, same low prices of beef, pork, poultry and seafood. '
narcots agent said that

i ,I (By The Way. We Aim To Please!)' taken PCP, In one the of raid the, main Is used drugs leg Come In and see us for the same friendly service.

itimately as an animal tranoulllzer. -

but produces hallucinations Hours 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday thru Saturday '
and can even result In ;
death If consumed by humans.

,ow Hen: It Is a controlled drug and can
be purchased: legally only witha
:. III, an JIlIn; s. ,J..a M 7l.a BNDB (drug abuse number.)
FrttfollitrtJI.: ..., It Is not !know how the Bedford Thanks Folks) .
: ; Lake group could: have _
i obtained such a large quantity; For the splendid patronage you hove given us during ton rest assured he will continue to servo you only the -
)J SAVINGS AHO LOAN! ASSOCIATION of the restricted drug. the past 4'years that we have operated Davis Grocery moats at the lowest possible price. The other ttor
Commenting on the arrests and Market. Charles Blatack, who Is well known to the will bo operated by Handy Way.

I; ; .II'IJ.I' Clnley said, "Closing down this Eeoplo of Starke will continue to operate the meat more Thanks, again for everything.
." ...... .. operation may have put a serious la now In a new ,building In the rear Char-
:" ... .. -- crimp in the drug traffic lee has had
In the business and
, 4 masa.aM- Into many years moat you Mr. and Mrs. Doresy Davis."AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
mare of the universities
1 ,:: NHZz' of this state."

Telegraph Nov. '25. 1971 *

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r- News z Services Held 7th Grader Wins Lawtey Store WINTER TREEPROTECTION

I For Mrs. Harvey I I Hit By RobbersFor

By MayB. ll. DoM> At Kingsley LakeMrs. Football Contest 4th TimeThe
YUle Sunday afternoon. Handy Way Food Store I \ br..dmg plows *'A'd..true I...'m
Mrs. Edna Moore of Fort 60 Pterson Ethel Evelyn Harvey on SR 225 at Lawtey has been ,4 >' M, Met that auld i.v.r.,ly damage healthy
Myers was a Tuesday guestof Saturday Kenneth Aycox 13-year-old wssed 56 aa most points to victimized by another holdup I
the Bunnell General Hospital
her sister and family the after short seventh grade student and son be scored by any team, Jack- robbery the fourth experiencedby Cabling hmM h.lp protr' t ,th.-m oq i nit
Theodore Roofers born In a Illness. of Mrs. Essie Mae Cuffl of son's guess was 59. Perm State the store since Its opening high' wirtt' ( *x,.ndi
Mrs. Michael Dobbs and children was Nov. 15, 1911,Abbeville and was a Ga.mem-on Starke, won the first prize In won over Pittsburgh 55-18. Six two years ago. Call today (Inv "I... 0it''.
were Sunday afternoon ber of the Baptist Church. last week's Football Contest. more score cards carried only Lawtey Marshall M.M. Jordan Inwr.dinesville
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Surviving Is her husband Rev. This makes the third time four decided misses the, but the tiebreaker whose wife manages the g\ plan ovailabU. .
Crawford, Jr. at Hellbronn Charles II. Harvey, a former teenagers have been winners. winners. store reported that two young Ga \ ..
Springs. pastor of the Hellbronn Baptist Marc Jackson of Starke was Last week's Contest ended negro men held up the storeat SAPP'STREESURGEONS
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as Church; two sons, Charles second place winner.Both young the popular Football Contest gunpoint about 11:45: p.m. ]76.1766
Tuesday guests Mrs.Mary Ruth Ernie Harvey, a missionary Aycox and Jackson had four for cash sponsored by 22 mer- November 11, taking an undisclosed 312.4338
Jones of Gainesville, and Mrs. In Johannesburg South Africa, misses, however, the tie- chants and The Telegraph : amount or cash and 2025 N w 6 h *,i
Verba Marton and children of and William R. harvey, Palat-. breaker was applied thus deciding A total of $450.00 has been also some personal belongings
Forrest Grove. ka; one brother, Melvin Biggs the winner. Aycox won by area football enthu- or a customer and one of the
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs ac- and one sister Mrs. Vivian siasts. clerk's on duty; at the time.
accompanied Mrs. Marty; Cle- Austin both of Jacksonville; Jordan sold! that one or the
mons and children to visit Mr. and four grandchildren. FIRM LIST JUST THE WINNERS MERE robbers pointed a run at Mr...
and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds In Funeral services were held ? S Gay Bryant a store clerk and* I 1 I I' l'l' lr'
--- Perry Tuesday. at 10 a.m. Monday at the First ......'.._.11 t:; X made her open the cash drawer -

COMPLETES BASIC and Mr.grandchildren and Mrs. of Otis Jackson-Green Baptist Church In Pierson with .....1.c....\ ...c. __:U1.. .. .J( and hand over Its contents. 4 )
Rev. Arthur M. Estes Rev.
Airman Charles D. Dickens ville were weekend guests of Tom Collins, and Rev. !'tommy I'll, ,....._...9.l ....tL12.L c: QT IIII
son of Mr. and Mrs. PatrickC. Mrs. Mary Freeman. Howe delating. t. Lawtey Posts
Dickens of Ralford, has received Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grlf- Following services at Pier- C..Iry ... :i :
his first Air Force assignment fls had as Wednesday night sup son, the remains were broughtto .HwIlLtQiltL_ ,.., Sought By
after completing basic per guests Mr. and Mrs. Earl the Hellbronn Baptist Church c. ..
training at Lackland AFB, Dobbs and Mrs. Marty; demons near Starke, where services c...B CtI'J-.5 -LsLLt -G' 12 CandidatesOnly
Texas. He has been assignedto and children of Hellbronn
were held at 2:30: p.m. Mon- ,
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Richards Gbbaur AFB, Missouri Springs. The occasion was MIchael day. Interment was In Kings- o-ID '
for training and duty; Grlffls' birthday. ley Lake Cemetery under direction s.r.----G N -' 1 /g.f two Lawtey offices remaIned | Protection
In the air traffic control field. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dobbs of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral '_ : uncontested as the qualifying -
Airman Dickens is a 1971 grad- and daughters of Mulberry were Home. '''111I Pal CIOInI .c.t: __-: period for candidates

duate of Union County; High weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. '''01 ,_..__-5.. _t:. ..:S. ended Saturday. And
School. Julian Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Most sought-after seat was Beauty
Morris Dobbs and Nancy l'as co Lee, 53: II."", --- rltJ" the Group I Council post where
PERSONALSMrs. Thornton -c'\\.Q..l: \ Incumbent Herbert Christiansen -
Gertie Hart and Mrs. Mrs. ElouIse Starling and Of f ShirkcTasco ''''I. drew three opponents: Ab-
Betty; Alvarez attended a Post. Grandmother Kelly of Starke IIMI"' -l.Q'fJ..rcf.5h.\> xg!. '..<: ble Harley Massey, D. E. Boat- |I FOR YOUR
masters Convention and lunch- were Wednesday afternoon L. Lee, 53, of Starke le tv.JV..E5 S E" t.i"._.. wright, and Marvin Rosier.
eon at the Ramada Inn In Gainesville guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Cue died In the Bradford County; Competition alse developed In \I ASPHALT PAVEMENTS
last Wednesday. Dobbs. The Dobbs had as Wed Hospital Wednesday morning. -- ..J1TOf12lm two other council races that
Friends of Inman Harrison nesday and Thursday guests Nov. 17, following an extended ....,:::.. will be on the December 7 bal-
will be glad to know that he Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Southall Illness. 1
vrttprlie..c.Q.J1. ;
'returned home from the Gaines- of Valdosta, Ga. A retired farmer Mr. Lee '-,.,_D, / 7\ ___"< lot.In Group 3, Incumbent Robert hire Tht'in/ SwilcotitwlHy / l
ville Medical Center last Fri Mr. aid Mrs. Alan Tarle- dtrace'Bapthat Scott will be opposed Paul-
was a member of by
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ton and daughter Becky left Church and a veteran of Bly ine Smith, Lawtey beauty opera-
day.Some of those attending the Saturday morning for a week's World War n. enlist'.J.-S. s .r'N .s.igJl'C-: ': tor.In
Community; Club Bazaar at visit with their parents In northern Survivors Include his wife, Group 5, Incumbent Bar-
Worthington Springs last Friday Alabama. Mrs. Gertrude Lee and a son, eMl... f'.I' >..e..Jl-t. S t( e......:. bara Jordan, Is opposed East Co.
were Mrs. Drew Sweat, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Ronald! Wayne Lee, both of trW> |. Lester K. Randolph of Baggett Paving
_. .
Gertie }Hart Mrs. Alice Ca- and grandsons,Jeffrey Clemons Starke; a half brother, David *fc.*MM. H.! .,1....*.*..M to*.o Hkf*-H..1.!-! ....- Lawtey who teaches school In
son, and Mrs. Joyce Normanand and Bryan GrlTUs visited Mr. Gunter, Starke; five half sIs- -'*.,a.tnnn III. f"_*-.1.1.) -' Jacksonville. OF GAINESVILLE
daughter, Jan. and Mrs Howard Register and ters; Mrs. Laura McCroon,Cypress ,THIMt, _"f__!;_'t.'__.._ Charles R. Shuford, round-
Mr and Mrs. Bill Sessions family In Lake City; last Wed- Fla.; Mrs. Dollie Mon- TMfl MMT K9./a.Y."t Pd Tf.AM rlILL LltTf M Ing out 20 years as Mayor or
of Macclenny, and Mr.and Mrs. nesday afternoon.Rev. roe of Milton Fla., Mrs. Ros- ,J Lawtey will be opposed by 2829 N. MAIN STREET
Vernon Sheider of Jacksonvillewere Maxie Wilkinson celebrated etta Shiver of Ft. Pierce, Fla., "-. .Ltl.pibll':1 c.._ _____._ Robert E. Lee an employee
Saturday afternoon guestsof his birthday with a family Mrs. Georgeann Glisson and ...,. ;}_ of the Jacksonville NAS.
Mrs. Mary Freeman. supper at his home last Mrs. Ruby Williamson, both of A6o'" ._;: --IfL.. itZCI""s : -- City Clerk Ethel Reddish and
Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans Friday night. Ills birthday cake Starke. : ::; Marshal M. M. Jordan are unopposed For Free Estimates
of Starke were Friday lunch- was decorated with a deer. Services were from Jones J:..<:.___.________..___ .. In their bids for re- i"
eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Ms. Cue Dobbs had Memorial Chapel! In Starke on election. Call 372-4062
Gerald Grtffls and family. as Sunday dinner guests Mr. Saturday, Nov. 20, with Rev. New registrations have been t'
Mrs. Theodore Rosier and and Mrs. Sherman Dobbs and Leon T. Odom officiating. Bur- This Year Do Your Christmas brisk In recent weeks and Clerk
Mrs. J. S. Sapp and daughterof daughter, Torrle Miss Angela ial was In Long Branch Ceme- Reddish said that more than j j
Lawtey visited Mr. and Mrs. Greene, and friend Margaret, tery under direction of DeWitt Shopping In Starke 350 electors will be qualified ,
Cecil Addison, Jr. In Gaines of Jacksonville. C. Jones Funeral Home. to vote on December 7.

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LEGAL NOTICEI writing uid must state the place I hereby certify that this Is equipment: marked "Bid for Radio Eoulp- ,..
By Kirvn Em Bluebird. 1 each Base Station 120 watts
Supsky of residence and post office a true and correct copy of the associated ment". For exact specifications
will not be responsible for address of the claimant and General Fund Appropriation dual frequency with installed- and added Information call 964- .-...
any debts made by anyone other must be sworn to by the claimant Budget adopted by the Town accessories Model, B73MPB- 5457 or contact the Bradford ....
h CHURCH ACTIVITIES than myself Paul GrU s. 11/25 his agent or Ms attorney Council at Its regular meet- Motorola '.'
Grace United Methodist: 2 tp. 1212.NOTICE or it will become void accord- 1971 held] at Serles or equivalent.RF ) County Civil Defense Director .
watts output
Community :
to law. Center Gilbert S. Brown
Ing Brook
Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.; Wor- 3 each Mobile Radios dual
8 Belle Priest Executrix of er, Florida. Clerk
II and
ship services am
P.m. OF INTENTION NAME TO the Estate of Alice H. McIntosh /Tommy E. Cox Bids frequency should be sealed and 11/18 2t 11/25 ::
Town Clerk .,
Church of God: Sunday School Notice Is hereby given that Eugene F. Shaw Attest: Ms
10, Worship services the undersigned! under the pro 142 West Call Street 11/25 2t 12/2 -
II a.m.|and 7:30: p.m.; Fam- visions of Chapter 20,953 Laws Starke, Florida for Executrix ;; V
of Florida, Acts of 1941. will 11/18 4t 12/9 ; .c'
7:30 $
ily night Wednesday : p.m.
CourtOf -
register with the Clerk of the In The County "Isn't it fun :
Highland Baptist: Sunday Circuit Court In and for Brad- Bradford County, Florida. .. V ,

.... School 9:45 a.m.; Worship, ford County, Florida upon proof TOWN OF BROOKER In Probate fIn I Js
Estate of Alice Ii. to .
Re: on a ;
services II a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; of publication of this notice of BROOKER, FLORIDA McIntosh, Deceased. romp cozy,
IT'S GOING UPConstruction of Hampton. Relatives from Wednesday Prayer meeting the fictitious name of B & B, GENERAL FUND NOTICE OF PROBATETo "
of the First out-of-town, as well as many 7:30: p.m. followed by choir METALS CO. under which I BUDGET REVENUE CALENDAR AND EXPENDITURES warm floor? :
FOR All Persons
Baptist Church on SR 18, under- practice. In '
way since August is making. living In Hampton along witha STARKE am engaged FLA. Owners business YEAR 1972 The Estate Of Said Dece- '0 roj
rapid progress. great number of friends and The annual Thanksgiving Dinner Jr. : REVENUE dent:
Bishop & H.A.
Upon completion which Is due neighbors\ attended the ser was held at the Methodist Bishop m. Road & Bridge Fund You are hereby notified thata [Tut..;
In February the church will vices. Church Wednesday evening of P.O. 'Box 1134 Starke, Fla. --Bradford County $ 175.73 written Instrument purportIng -
have a capacity; of 400 seats Her death Is a great toss to last week. Turkey dinner with 32091. Ad Valorem Taxes 1,972.87 to be MclntosLhas Will of "
with room allocated for expan- all who were close to her, and all the trimmings was enjoyedby Dated this 1 day of Nov. A.D. Garbage Fees 875.00 Alice II. deceased
sion. doepest condolences are extended approximately 125, and 1971 at Starke, Bradford County, Municipal Fuel has been admitted to probatein
ThA entire structure which Is In their time of need. everyone had a wonderful social Florida. Tax Hefund 25.00 this Court. You are here-
to be designed In the shape of Devotional was held 11/4 4 11/25 Licenses Fees 30.00 by commanded within six cal-
a '1', will consist of an 87 COUNCILWOMAN ILL Rev. Donald Denton Unpledged Clg Tax 1,725.008th endar months from the date
Cent Gasoline of the first publication of this
foot main auditorium Mrs. Helen Baker, recently
church, and a 100 foot edu- elected to the City Council. Those attending from out of IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Tax Refund 1000.00 notice to appear in this Court --I-
AND FOR BRADFORD and show cause, If ;
is any you /
presently hospitalized,
undergoing town were Mr. and Mrs. Orville V /.4
cational l building. recuperation from of Green Cove COUNTY FLORIDA. $ 5803.60 can, why the action of this 0".
Contained within the main Bumgarner In re: Estate of WILLIAM EXPENDITURES Court In admitting said Willto
building will be the baptistry; surgery.Wishes for a quick Springs, Hev. and Mrs. James HOGAN SMITH, JR., deceased. GENERAL AND probate should not stand
recoveryand of the State Farm
a Pastor's office and study, to Thompklns NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ADMINISTRATIVESalaries unrevoked.
be located on one end with a short hospital stay are most Mrs. George W. Tribe of Can- creditors of the estate $ 300.00 Theron A. Yawn
separate out side entrance and sincerely given by all. ada, Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. of William Smith
; Hogan Jr., Utilities 75.00 County Judge In and For Brad-
and ladles and gentlemen's rest Spearman of Jacksonville, and deceased, are hereby notified Dues 82.50 ford County FloridaBy
rooms, which will have a toga- HE SEES THINGS A LITTLE Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin of and required to file any Legal and Account- : /s/ Delores Dampler
anon finish on walls and floors. DIFFERENTLY NOW: Starke. claims or demands which they Ing 200.00 Clerk .
Features of the auditorium will Jon SuP k1. 2, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett may have against said estate Election Expense 75.00 Eugene F. Shaw ;:
Include: all hardwood floors. and Mrs. Joseph S. Supsky, had a family dinner Sunday hon- in the office of the county Judgeof Charges to Road 142 West Call Street l' '..

aU new'pews, that are presently underwent surgery on his eyes oring Douglas and Joey Bennett Bradford County Florida. & Bridge Fund 25.00 Starke, Florida ,pl ..
under lnt Thnrnrtnv." Groaned. eves In celebration of their In the courthouse at Starke Tax Roll Preparation 45.00 Attorney for Executrix r "
construction a burgundy which have been a problem to Florida within six calendar 30.00 11/18 129NOTICE
colored and birthday anniversaries. Those Tax Collection ,4t '
new piano and rug to him since birth, were appar- enjoying this occasion were months from the date of the Office Supplies 25.00 9 rJ.
the congregation.organ A public grace address ently corrected with minor sur- Mrs. Douglas Bennett,, Mr. and first publication of this notice. Building Maintenance 50.00 FOR BIDS : !
system will be Installed gery. Having not had the use Mrs H.W. (Buster) Bennett and Each claim or demand must be The Board of Bradford County t
of both eyes simultaneously In and must state the $ 908.50
throughout the entire writing ; Commissioners will be accepting "vz' :
'ure. struc- vie ability; to now fOCUS en> objects Nancy;! Mrs. Hattie Darley place of residence and post- STREET DEPARTMENT bids until 10:00: a.m., ;:
with both eyes has given Miss :Slnna Prescott Mrs.Troy office address of the claimantand Utilities $1,550.00 December 6, 1971, at the Brad- "; ..
Special features of the educational him new scope. Ills recovery Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Dean must be sworn to by the Mowing 50.00 ford County Courthouse, Post 'j"i' ;
building will be a kitchen was relatively rapid and he Is Bennett, Danny Bennett, Misses claimant his agent or his attorney Repair and paving fund Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida ./ give your family a '::
fully equipped with all doing well.THEY'RE Dianne and Darlene Bennett or It will become. BthC gas refund 1,000.00 32091 for the following .' healthier; happier, warmerr.. ;
necessary appliances; a recep- NOT ALONE NOW: Miss Norma Provatt, Bubba void according to law. home with beautiful new : :
tion room in which to hold Bennett, all of Lawtey, and Mr. $ 2,600.00 a *
weddings and other such me- Reverend and Mrs. Melvin and Mrs. David Bennett and November 3. 1971. PARK DEPARTMENT a
morable events; a nursery and Hamel are presently enjoyingthe sons of New River; Mr. and Lewis W. Smith Utilities $ 55.00 SERVICE MEN
several Sunday School class company of their twogrand- Mrs. Ralph Darley and child- Harold D. SmithCoExecutors Mowing andCleaning 5 EmLEFI
rooms. Plans for a Children's daughters. Susan 4 1/2, and ren and Miss Donna Leach of of the Estate 56.00 -- --- ;...
Church contained within the Robin 3, have been with their Starke, Miss Joanne Manningof William) Hogan Smith,Jr.,deceased OIL HOME HEATER ':

Educational Building will be grandparents a little over a Clay Hill, and Miss Linda $ 111.00' tAf ..
out at future date. week now. It Is planned for First publication
carried a Edwards of Brooker. on Nov- DEPARTMENT
Central air and heat will be them to stay until Christmas enjoyed the good dinner and ember llth, 1971. Utilities 811>::01..... La.. tliu I l.iM. "hen in Illimui. / >nU>iii end racluav "-:
Installed throughout the whole at which time their mother George H. Pierce $ 125.00 Inner Hut Tube that give you/ the comfort -
structure. Caroline, Krenach, will return fellowship. P.O. Drawer 1030 SANITATION DEPARTMENT miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. Coma In and ::
Lawtey Homemakers met with
Sanitation .
The tower will house the bell them to'their home in Miami. Mrs. Truby Wainwright last Starke, Florida 32091 contract ukror.demnrxlrelinnnndeeohowthGnew; ;::
$ 900.00 Siegler will for ilxrlf. wilh : :
which 11/11 4t 12/2 poly :
from the present church
Thursday morning. Vice President FIRE DEPARTMENT fuel ;
it "souse
dates back to 1891. Upon completion Miss Enza Blanchard Salaries $ 120.00
the main entrance will p presided over the meeting and IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Utilities 45.00 .
open Its doors under a white- Mrs. Wainwright gave the de AND FOR BRADFORD Repairs 50.00 .:

pillared front apse. NEWS ABOUT votional. They planned their COUNTY. FLORIDA. Gas & Oil 75.00 "It's A Fact You Can
Christmas party, to be held Supplies andEquipment
with Mrs. OJ. Boyett In her In re Estate WILLIAM HD- 175.00
97 Miss DIES Maggie: Johnson, along- SERVICE MEN new trailer on December 16. :3AN SMITH JR., deceased Insurance 68.00 Do Better At"a

time 1 resident of Hampton -- The hostess served a delicious NOTICE OF PROBATE $ 533.00
pasted last, .. .. .. '
Thursday, \
away : luncheon to the 13 mem- TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED OTHER CONTINGENCIESDebt ,,,
Nov. 18.Services. held oJ Navy Airman Richard E. bers present. IN THE ESTATE OF SAID payment $ 575.85 t DENMARKFURFUTUBE

In the first were Baptist Saturday Church, Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright DECEDENT: Misc expenses 50.25 Airman Clarence W.; Slade, .
with Rev. Melvin Hamel giving gene P. Lee, of Starke, Is In and son of Eaton Park Your are hereby notified thata son of Truby C. Slade of Hampton -
last rites. Miss Johnson was the Mediterranean Sea aboard and Mrs. L.L. Wainwright of written Instrument purport- $ 626.10 and Mrs. Juanelle Sladeof COMPANY
laid to rest in the Hampton the aircraft carrier USS Independence Tallahassee spent Sunday with Ing to be the last will and testament Macon Ga. has completed __
Cemetery. ; homeported at Norfolk Mrs. H.C. Wainwright. of said decedent has TOTAL BUDGETED basic training at Lackland AFB, 431 W. Call St. Phone 961-5S27 ';
After almost a century of Va. Ills ship has so far James T. Wainwright attended been admitted to probate In EXPENDITURES $5,803.60 Texas, and has been assigned STARKE, FLORIDA .
1 State meeting In Tallahassee You hereby com- to Chanute AFB, Illinois for
life, failing health and old age visited Scotland and Italy, and a this court. are
eventually took its toll. Is scheduled to spend the over the weekend, manded within six calendar training In the aircraft equipment .
Miss Johnson resided with Thanksgiving. and Chrlsmas Mr. and Mr... A.P. Mailman months from the date of the maintenance field. .,
f Keystone Heights visiting of this noticeto
) were first publication JacksonvilleBusiness
her brother and sister-in-law, holidays in Athens, Greece,returning Mr. and Mrs. U.C. Kellyon appear In this court and ''' --- ..... ..... .....
Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Johnson to Norfolk in March.
Sunday. show cause If any you can I t' i
why admitting the action said of will this probate court in .f I 'j

should County THERON not A.Judge stand YAWN, unrevoked.JR.Bradford* I t ) t :.; f

County Florida. DirectoryAuto .

ber Fire 11., publication 1971. on Novem- t t I. I

George P.O. Drawer H. Pierce 1030 Sales and Service t I q'

'f Starke 11/11 4, t Florida 122In 32091 Parrish Motors 1I t ;

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The Circuit Court of The ALEScffjJ.

; Eighth Florida Judicial In And For Circuit Bradford of t e- :
County.. Case No. _
This: little IN' RE: The Marriage of James Always Good'Vied Care

, can Willie Barber Husband and 1121 Lure St. Ph. J54-5KH t !
Eloise Whitney Barber, Wife. I
will keep mosquitos TO: Eloise Whitney Barber,
Address Unknown. t
PEAVY Brother. i

decorate that an action for dissolution Electric Co.
car grill ,
your of marriage has been t t I.
' filed against you and you are Electric Motors Ob .

protect on the road your required written to serve defenses a ,copy It any of, 'S.>1d Serviced. Repaired ,
Generators Staler mature
you to It on for Eugene Husband F., Shaw whose, address Attorney -- Rewinding I.t !

4044 Lenox' Jax.: 397-2328;;
Is 142

" take you fishing and original Starke Florida with West the and Clerk Call file Street of the the PIANOS t I !

above styled Court on or before
J December 1, 1971; other- MAY WE

help roast your turkey.Remember wise a against Judgment you may for the be relief entered -- CONN YAMAHA and KIMBALL PIANOS I t .

demanded In the ORGANS GENTLY
i Petition. REMIND YOU
WITNESS my hand and the t
all those cans you've tossed away? seal of said Court on 28th t

Well.electricity is giving them a new life. A life October, 1971.CIlbert OF OURLOWCOST
1 that begins at aluminum S. Brown
recycling t
! centers all As Clerk of Said Court t ;
i over the country. Like the three here in Florida.
BY: Beulah M. Moody AUTO LOANS
instance. with the help of Floridians who As Deputy Clerk

care about their environment. the Reynolds Alu- 11/441 11/23

.o ida.minum Reclamation Center in Coral Gables. Flor- 1971 First Publication November 4, KIM AU. "SWINGER" II When your car acts up, see us for Instant t relief. It :

The receives thousands of cans daily. ,/. '" ORGANS I In the long run our fast, thrifty Auto Loans

.' cans enter the complex electric process oft In The County Judge's Court __vela Mall-38 &51t- may cost less than you'd pay for repair bills. ,
being sorted
13 and
sfiredded. Then made ready for Of Bradford County Florida
melting and re-use. Like window screens. highway In Probate fIn I

guard-rails, boat hulls and.of course aluminum foil. Re: Eatate of Alice H. FURNITURE_ I
So. the next time you look at a clean. beautiful NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll

park..or picnic in a place that looks the way nature creditors of the Estateof BAXLEY CHAIR t FLORIDA t :

intended it to look. remember electricity. '' Alice H. McIntosh,deceased Furniture Discount

It's hot only part of the solution to cleaning up are hereby to file notified any claims and required or- I

');?. the environment but is ingeniously giving old cans. demands which they may have =:' -> BANK AT STARKE t
against said estate In
a new life. -r f:" the Office -
} of the County Judge of : ,
I=I l I .61 i Bradford County, Florida In I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I
... UM' Electricity. Part of the solution. the Courthouse at Starke. Florida 1
-- E PRIC1
from, within the date stxcalerdarmonths of the first publication Subsidiary of Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc. A'

of this notice. Each Ms ""T-f 1 Block from Ml L JHAMPTON

claim or demand must be In :Jaekaanv111e, Fla. 39e-1741 --t.i eru .... --- -o i !

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The Bradford Middle School
dents wrote the skit part of Darla Christopher, Dwight Hewitt
period chorus
seventh presented the presentation themselves. Lynn Pierce, Jeffrey Joc !NEW ARRIVAL PERSONALS marshmallow roast for the beginners -
a the singing departments play last week The play was under (the direction kel, Lynn Moxley, Pam Tucker, Congratulations! To Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.! J. W. Groov and Junior Sunday
about Students at the of Mrs. GlendaVat- Kim Tenlev. and Jimmy Clark. Mrs. Brinkley Tucker on the er of Lake Placid attended (the School classes Saturday afternoon -
school. class portrayed tenbarter. Pianist was Mrs. Director for the play was birth ot a son, Brinkley Lamar funeral of B. M. McHuo of :Nov 20. Others present
teachers kids., "cut-ups" and Janis Hollaway. Briar Pah iv. Tucker Jr., on Nov\: 9. Ills two Starke. They visited their aunts were Grady Hart, Dtan and By EUnhcth( Given: Walker
good The teachers Mrs. Paula Barrett one of sisters, Lisa and Mamie: are Mrs. E. B. Crosby und Mrs. Sandra; Mr. and Mrs. Jim-
were comicalbut See A. J. Mann of Brooker on Tuell. Tjler and Ricky of Starke
Maternal my ;
the Reading and Language Arts proud of him. grand-
stern. The students who Clark Paternal and Wed., Nov\: 16 and 17. Dennis (lodge, Vanessa, Pete C1ICRCII: !NEWS Sunday, December 5, Sunday
teachers, helped the studentsput mother, Mrs. Polly ; -
played were: Cathy Sapp, Cyn BMS had its second "It's The Brlnkley Mr. and Mrs. David Fussell and Tiny; Jeffery and Lynn Greater Bethlehem Free Will School, 9:43: !Morning service,
play together. play grandparents,
thia Thornton, Liz Scott Janet Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper 10:45. At 3 Rev. Walker
Academic" The Park and children visited David'smother 11111 Jimmy Mann Donna and : p.m.
recently. will be put on for the student E. Tucker of Dowling ; ;
Boyce. Call Lavender, and Susan Mr. and Mrs.Bud Por- Ann Marsh Link I Williams pastor. Monday night and congregation from Putnam
ers this time were as follows: body on Wed., November\: 24. and Mrs. Laura E. Tucker of ; Holllngsworth;
Sapp. TeamLinda Mark ter, In MIddleburg on Sunday, Jeannie, Susie and Elaine Bur- Senior Choir rehearsal. Tues- (Hall will render service. The
Budgett Several field trips have been Jacksonville paternal great-
class ; day night choir No.: 3 and No.
The boy devils were Nov.\: 14.Cherie. public is Invited to attend.
of and David
Davis and Mark Grlffls 6b- ton Starke Sparks.
; taken by school groups. The grandmother Mrs. Ethel Bridges ;
I 2 Usher Board Wed-
Eddie Norman who shot will meet
( balls and threw giant spit Terry Perry, Brenda Prevatt second math money trip was to of Live Oak;: paternal great Hlnton spent the week Everyone had a good time roasting nesday night Choirs 1 and 2 !New; Bethel Baptist Church,
paper in Gainesville with her
and Neva Flynn; 7a- FranldeCrews the new and beautiful Roller- grandfather w. L. Turner of welners marshmallows
j airplanes, and Andy Crews and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Church- will send representatives to Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor.
Laura Luther and Brooker Baptist
Lynn dorm In Orange Park, for roller Tampa.
I Curtis the First Methodist Church to pastor anniversarywill
Randy when one Pierce: 7b- Jeffrey Jockel Mell Vickery and David. On Dave Mllhouser of Gainesville,
[was being yelled at the other Joyce Farabee,and Charles Revels skating.were ApproxlmateLv205eWdents able to go by havingthe BRIDAL SHOWER Saturday, Nov. 20, they enjoyeda a youth worker of Young Life, participate in a program at start Friday night. Nov\: 27,
at 7:30.
I : Sunday morning Sunday
made aces behind the "teach- 7:30.:
trip to World. On
Disney the Buchholtz Bobcats
; 8a- Rosie Richardson most math money in their A miscellaneous bridal shower brought School at 9:30: with Supt. Glo-
er's" back. Debbie Gann, and Herb Brown Ramona Sunday the Vlckery's broughther football team and coaches, I Hurd
The "bad little ; particular math class. was given honoring Prayer Meeting will be heldat ria Jackson in charge. Morn-
were and 8bGary Reddish, Jackie Mrs. Peggy Stanwlx-Hay one Rondez, bride-elect of Louie home and ate dinner with and Douglas (formerly of
the church at 7:30. Also the Ing worship at 11. Dinner will
Brenda Roberts who almost
tore the "teacher's" arm off Hill and Phil Anderson of the, math teachers who organized Johns on Tuesday night, Nov.16, Mrs.Cherie.Inez Green, 1 Shirley and Brooker)'. to visit the Brooker church will give its Thanks- be served on the grounds. The

wanting to visit the restroom The final question was "Edel- the trip, said that the at the New River Baptist Church Baptist Church where their giving baskets to needy families. services will terminate with
{land Barbara Godwin and Denise weiss is a song from which people at the Rollerdorm went annex. The color motif of red PTA MEETINGThe principal, James L. Temple, The Circle will meet the 3 p.m. service Mrs. Cummings -
Hersey who got into movie or Broadway musical?" out of their way to please the white and pink was used Brooker PTA Tues- is the pastor. Also visiting Thursday night. Friday night and Mrs. Easly have
a met
fuss and received licks. Team 7b gave the correct ans- students. Mike Howe 8a, said throughout the annex. with the Bobcats were: Mrs. every one is Invited to attend worked very hard to make this
I wer of "Sound of Music" and that the rink was fun and fast. The registration table was day night, Nov. 16. Members Eddie Douglas and son; Mr. the Triple Choir anniversaryat anniversary a success. They
Some of the best
when math teacher parts were took first place. Team 7a was Two groups have taken trips covered with a white linen cloth of the school Safety; Patrol were and Mrs. Millard Vickers; Mr. 8 p.m. Mistress of cere- are asking the full support of

{Isat on a "tack" Eddie Cathy Nor-Sapp second and 8a was third. to Mayport Naval Air StationIn trimmed with lace and embroidery to Introduced buy curtains, and for it was the voted cafe- and Mrs. Colson Martin, and monies will be Mrs. R. M. all members. BTU at 5 p.m.
threw Jacksonville as part of their adorned with the bride'sbook Mrs. Marshall and daughter. Wanton Invocation will be giv- with Miss Francis Jenkins in
a gigantic Also
paper S e e teria. three portable cassette -
social studies classes. The and an arrangement of Other visitors during the morn-
airplane at P. E. teacher Liz en by Deacon Blake Reed History charge. Prayer Meeting at 7:30:
trips were sponsored by Mrs. pine cone lilies and red dahlias. recorders, blank cas- Ing worship hour were: Dwight by Mrs. Jarutha DeSue. Francis Jenkins in
and at the with Miss
Scott beginning of The Reading and Language Ruth Jenkins and Mr. John A. Both the gift table and settes, earphones and a Jack Stedham of Santa Fe; and Mr. Jackie
[{every class Debbie Gann would were approved by the PTA. charge.Mrs..
Arts department presented a Reddish. the refreshment table were and Mrs. White of PalatKa. Sunday Is Trustee Day. Sun-
ave to go get a late slip thus These will be used in the class
play called "An All-American The people who went on the covered with pink linen over Evening worship services; day School will begin the ser- Reporter.
never attending class. Thank-you" by Helen Louise trips were taken on board the laid with white lace cloths. The rooms to tape the children'svoices. Baptismal services were officiated vices at 9:30.: Morning ser-
"The chorus sang songs called Miller for their Parent Inter- U. S. S. Saratoga, an aircraft refreshment tables were cen- This will be an aid by Rev James L. Tem vice at 11. Dinner will be servedat Greater Allen Chapel AME!
HomeworkT"" "The Human est night at the school. carrier. They also saw other tered with a crystal punch bowl in reading, spelling, etc. Listening ple. Those baptized were:Sheri 12:30.: League will be heldat Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins in
Brain'' "The Spelling" Song"'it's Students who had parts in smaller ships such as cruisers encircled with fern; flanked by stations will be set up and Wanda Green. Marleneand 4 p.m. Evening worship, 6 charge. This marks the begin-
Lnd My Day. The Stu- the play were Frankie Crews, destroyers and battle- pink lighted tapers In crystal for Individual studying. Darlene Sharp, and Dar- ning of a new Conference year.

ships. candlesticks. A bouquet of red lene Jones. P.m.Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins was reassigned -

The students were also shown pine cone lilies and dahlias CHURCH NEWS The Gideons were In charge Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Prayer to serve another year.
how the men handle themselvesin accented the table while traysof during the worship service, Meetingeach Thursday night. Sunday School will begin the
demonstrations of actual sit- beautiful canapes were Inviting Dedan Baptist ChurchMrs.. sharing their experiences of Friday night before the first services Sunday at l0a.mMor-
Ruth hill Miss Muriel
"*T* uations that could arise such as to the 44 guests. Mann placing Bibles In various places. Sunday an appreciation service ning service at II a.m. Evening -
; Jean Hart Ef-
Maker'' extinguishing aircraft fires and The guests enjoyed a game Mrs. and Mrs. will start with Rev. Robinsonand service, 6 p.m. Visitors
1 z.s, Conpeiitiln sir repairing leaks In a mock ship with the prize awarded to Sherry tie Hodge gave a weiner and congregation In charge. are always welcome.
rrer.rTWO which was being filled with Mann.

BATH HOMES water. The hostesses presented Ra-
The students agreed that the mona, her grandmother, Mrs.
trip was both interesting; and Beulah Norman of Lawtey and
the mother of the groom Mrs.
ALTAR ALTAIR fun.Finally, Mr. Louis Alvarez's Agnes Johns of Brooker, with
class visited the JacksonvilleZoo beautiful carnation corsages. -
6Sx12 6Sx12 to see the many different Miss Rondez received many

$5995 animals of the world. lovely gifts. Among these was
$5995 Reporters: Bruce Moyers a silver service tray givento

Two bedrooms, frolll kltch, Rosle Richardson, Dogan Smith, her by the hostesses who
Two bedrooms. f/roof I 6 on, dining, area, all pur. Guy Stalnaker, and Maurice were Mana Wiggins, Ethel 1t
rear r two full baths, all pose carpet throullhoul. White Douglas, Winnie Andrews,Beverly
r purpose carpollhroullh. Ambertone Interior, better Welch, Cleo Andrews, Dorothy -

out. urn Grim interior, furniture, deluxe oppli Wiggins, Shirley Andrews -
deluxe furnishings a oppli onces quality con'ruct.d.' WISH I'D SAID Betty Nettles Alberta >>
homes Jones, Lucille Green, Yvonne
once Compare to homu Compare to selling
s.lInll, for' $7.00. for $7600. THAT ; Emery and Ruby Hayes.
The Rondez-Johns weddingwill
be an event of Saturday
lot locations Available, To Our Customers evening, Dec. 18, at 8:30: p.m.

at St. Edward's Catholic Churchin
Coineivilte'i I Starke. All friends and relatives -

DISCOUNT MustDng ,. "Truly n wealthy person is of the couple are Invited :
to attend. Ramona Is
M.bile one that Is rewpec'trtl for what the
soI.MOBILE: Home HOMES ho in, not what he has" A. J. daughter of Mrs. Geraldine
INC. Rondez and the late J. A. Ron
Hudson, The Oluitvo (Okla. )
dez of Homestead. Louie Is
low Down Poymenli, low Monthly Payment Chieftain."Don't .
the son of Mrs. Agnes Johns
.nON.W.13th/1/ North) 31S.13..6"HOME
feel curry for yourself and the late L. L. Johns of s

OF INSTANT SERVICE" {t.l't0l'l'! )' for the t folks Brooker.

Wt include njetol frame "'"W-. siyter!! riPn'y'ote' Jinn. who have to live with you."- BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
blocks with bow} ,blort* psel' t ffp and,:tielfvero" ..injf tQ.:200: i Frank Brld"t l The '._..Those dropping by the wish

u ville (Tex. ) Time. Patsy Edwards a Happy 17th
Birthday on Thursday Nov. 18
were: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ed-
s_ Smith wards, Tina and Johnny of Lake
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ly and Cherie; Mrs. Bill Big-
ham, Mrs. Tommy Cox, Doena
and Bradlee and Lavern Outlaw
:' VE$2.OO Jr. of Starke. Others present -

. were Mr. and Mrs. Er-
, I nest Edwards and Peggy.A .
. ; ON THIS I Ir birthday dinner honoring
'." R. II. Green Jr.'s 62nd birth- .
; : I day was given by his family
'\ at the New River Baptist Church
; LIMITED REGULAR $6.50 recreational building on Saturday -

: QUANTITY BOSTON WHILE' Mr., Nov.Green 13. enjoyed this occasion -

THEYLAST $450I and appreciated all his
I gifts and cards. After dinner,
I he cut and served the birthday

.. I cake to his guests.
Those attending this occasion

were: his wife Lucille; his
; VACUUM MOUNT PENCIL SHARPENER son, Harvey; his three daugh-

I II ters and their families, Bev-
erly and Donald Welch and children -' -
of Lake Butler Mary and -.I
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I Gainesville; Joanne and David r l''. I
. I Ii Fussell and children of Brooker. ''I'I ,

I II I Others attending were: Mr. c, ,
!I Green's sisters, Mrs. Bessie r '- Our Best Prices .. ,\\11,j

y Brannen and Mrs. Zeda Kortz 'i l ..Js Ili ,___-
of Gainesville; Mrs. J. M.Hen- _< =
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, I dry and Mrs. Berta Anderson ii:1: Offered Vet On
. t of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Lo-
rean Schwenk of Merritt Island r'i'i

. I ; Mr. Green's brother, Lee New 1971 Magic
Gree of Gainesville; Rev. L. I "'''i I :

. L. Parker, Hampton Lake; Mrs. I It q d. If '

I Lee Green, Gainesville; J. M. 'I I I t :=. &---;.- Chef f Gas Ranges I
' IN THISPOSITION Hendry and son Roland of Jacksonville I i

; Randy Yawn of Mer-
I ritt Island, and Mrs. Dot Reid

I II of Brooker. ,- I Plus
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. I II II I Turkey Trot \\ N I vMulr- NIJI

Drag Race 1\I o u, Ter .ip oven ':ontro
I Set Nov. 2728 .... o rae Cnrn kso ne. plated. mm tt i.. t 'h"11>

I Cook and Keep Warm Clock with l-hour timer n \
oven door and door
The Third Annual Turkey oven control Waist, high. |Infra Red teals
I USE ON HORIZONTAL I Trot Drag Racing Champion- Oven window. and light Broiler. /
SURFACE ONLY ships slated for the Gaines- o Front controls
ville Dragway November- 27 and Lift.up cook top Removable oven door
I o Lift up. removable cook top
28, 1"
. Each of the :National: Hot Rod o No drip recessed Look top
No screws are needed machine attaches instantly to any j Association (:NIIRA) eliminator DELUXE
will be represented -
smooth, non-porous horizontal surface, (such as a table or I catagorles Including 230 mph AA/fuel Budget Price

desk). The entire sharpener can be released taken to waste Stocks.Dragsters, Modlfleds.Funny Cars,Super Pro Spti -

basket for emptying. It is also portable as you can move it Stocks Stocks., Competition Cars, and .l22995 pQ % $

: from place to place.miliijfap4. With qualifying starting on
Saturday at 5 p.m. and the finals Q

1 1I 1I I starting on Sunday at 2 W.T,

I p.m..
I In the first race, national OFFER GOOD TILL NOVEMBER 25th
II I record holder, Big Daddy
Don Carlits will pit his rear

I II I my engine matches.Other Ivo rail entries In against a best Include T.V.of Tom-three Bob- SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES)

by Wood Richard Tharp, Mar-
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Ed Horton. Charlie; Moulder,

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All" I" in lie Saint Nick of time! That wonderful Bundle tip the kids

/'hris IIIUS spirit. is ailreacly in the air. The lights are glistening and bring 'em in.I .

and lie .indo".se a woiulerlaiid. You'll find an exeitiiig se- j

4lioii I of big gifts. little gifts-exotic things, practical ideust'o. -

.- your fiuiilyyour friends your bOllle.Vullles? T"e .'I-c!blul-

;gel. pampering.So. make out your lists.Shop right here at home.Make .

it tli4 greatest Christmas yet!

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Sweeleit Strawberrlt Thlt Side of Heaven BOWL BERTH


iiseES2& >>, 13th InState

BHSEases 21-0

Bradford High runners finished
13th among 30 schools
Saturday In the 1971 Cross Country

Whispering State Championships Hills Golf CourseIn at \

Tltusvllle. To seventhEasing Win

Captain Richard Fill was the
top BUS finisher) coming In
36th among 120 runners witha
time 13:58.: Donnle Burch
was 57th In 1440.: Mark Hodges -
was 67th In 14:57: Larry 21-0 past
Peterson 79th In 15:16: ,' Paul Santa Fe In the final '
Parsons 90th In 15:43: Jimmy of the sea- Sri Itd4
Cauley 91st In 15:44: and Carl game
Hunsinger 101st In 16:53.: son Friday night, the

Tornadoes of Brad-
The Class 3A title was won

by Hollywood Chaminade witha ford High played well

Y low score of 61 points, com- enough to win with-

pared to Bradford's 329.Cham- out putting out a real

+A., inade finished very strong with effort.The .
runners finishing first, third,
12th, 14th, and 31st, accordingto
Bradford Coach George Lo- win also paved the way

.. 0" _, _._, ,_'_" Into the Sunshine Bowl In OcalaIn
per.Bobby two weeks, on Saturday, Dec. '
Tiger QB Dale Green return a Baldwin punt 50 yard for a TD. James of Milton was 4. It also ends the regular J ; Atli 1 /

the Individual race winner In season at 7-2-1, a surprisingly -
a record time of 12:46: "ex good finish for a team which

ceptionally outstanding for a floundered In two games, against -

GrabVictory course says. The this Whisper tough,Hills" Loper Golf Bolles and Live Oa. f ; I

Tigers tough hilly) ,
course Is a But the Tornadoes found
course. six runners, Including themselves In an amazing 7- 5
Palatka's outstanding nrrmmct. 0 win over then undefeated Pa- tr h hr
colla sped from the tension, latka South and have had no
competition and the tough trouble In winning four straight

44-6 course, Loper added.! since.In .

"Our boys cud the best they winning their final regu-
could and I'm proud of their lar seasongamebefore sparse
effort," says Coach Loper. hometown crowd the Tornadoeswere
termedthe clearly the dominate team,
The competition was
best to date for a state but didn't como up with the zip
Over BaldwinAfter meet. Orange Park finished 10th necessary to put the ball a-
as a team and Palatka South cross the goal line. F"-B :
llth. Palatka's Golden, staggering Billy Bighom blocks a punt off the foot of Santa tt Waters Wayne Tet- I
the last 100 yards, fin- itone recovered for BHS on the Santa Fe two yard line.
ished sixth. Golden led the The flrnt touchdown came with

being knocked out of race by 100 yards until a half 6:27: gone In the first period. plays, Including punts and downs ed" play but he converted It quickly passed up the field to
the state playoffs two weeks mile from the finish In the Cornerback Billy Blgham, a- which were nulllfed becauseof Into a 12 yard gain as he end Carlos Grant for a 21 yard
before, Lake Butler took Its ':.1 2 1/2 mile race. long with three other Tornadoes penalties, to 57 for the Tor- and ran the Santa le right gain on a broken play. It gave
vengence out on Baldwin Fri- Tornado runners will taper put a terrific rush on nadoes. The Tornado line,how- end. Hazen rarely runs the Santa I Fe a first down at the

day night with a 44-6 mas- ."': : l.;... off their training schedule now Raider punter Brett Waters.and ever, was good for a five yard ball, and apparently caught the' BHS 20 yard line.
sacre of the Indians In the .rr,., .. until after Christmas, Coach Bigham blocked the punt charge on almost every play. Raiders off guard. Miller hit Grant then for five
season finale. ; Loper They will begin the Wayne Tetstone fell on the Continued sharp trap block- yards on a little short pass
d'';"} .. '. ..s--. regular says.track season In late pigskin at the Santa le two Ing by BITS linemen made the From the Raider 46, fullback Just over scrimmage to the

It was the combined runnlrar ..;: : : January yard line. On the second play off tackle plays go consistently Brad Carter got five yards 15 yard line. Stidham hit over
of Benny Hudson In the first ,1 1: quarterback Eddie Hazen for fullback Brad Carter. over right tackle, then seven left guard for four yards before -
half and Benny Boyklns In the .. : sneaked over his right guard The defense played well e- yards over left tackle as BUS end Randy Gaskins and
second half that spelled thei for the score. Gary Melvin nough to stop Santa Fe when linemen Charles Wright! Ver- linebacker \ernon Barber made
I death blow of the Inept Baldwin added the first of his three the raiders began to get deep non Barber, Randy Gasklns, the stop.
i|. Indians. JV Cage extra point kicks and BUS led Into BUS territory, but the effort l-arelon McClellan, Dennis Then: Miller kept on the option -

Hudson, the Tiger runningace 7-0. at mIdfield was mediocre Crawford, and Joey Branson and went around left end

who gained] over 1,000 .... ;d. BeTough blocked down Santa Fe defen for five yards before Barber
vards In the first five games ,. .... '. ,., ." 'k May ders. knocked him out of bounds. But
of the season, paced the Lake .. .. ... From the Santa Fe 39, Henryhit it gave Santa Fe first down at

Butler In the first half with .. .-. ,.. ._ ,;.; : .. .. p .. .. for five yards, tore away the IBIS six yard line.
from a tackler but came loose
51 yards. Hudson added another Defensive end Charles
20 In the second half. to finish Loke Butler receiver take a 40-yard touchdown pats from the ball. Santa Fe recovered stopped Stidham for Wright
a yard on
Its own 24. Running
with 71 for the night and two from QB Dale Green. on Stidham who first down. :Miller was stoppedfor
back Dwayne was
touchdowns. Prospects are bright for another -
no gain as he tried to
almost Santa i I-e's entire attack -
50 yards for a TD In the sec- credited with a safety after good Junior varsity bas hit the middle for 2 run on second down. On third
Boykins had a slow start In ond quarter. tackling Smith In the end-zone. ketball season with several good L up down Santa I I-e was hurt by a
first half with onlv 16 vards out and the JV taller 4, and 3 yards.It .
the Hudson then galloped nine The win gave the Tigers a prospects holding penalty; which pushed
rushing but came galloping bask yards early In the third quarter 7-3 mark for the year, while than the varsity. v left a fourth down and the ball out to the 20 yard

In the second half with 76 yards as Lake Butler raced to a the loss gave Baldwin a 2-8 Fourteen boys have been making RA about a yard to go and Santa
to lead the team In rushing with 34-0 lead. A Green pass to record. the 7 a.m. practice ses Fe decided, at its own 33 yard line.Miller then rolled out to the
I 92 yards. however he failed Greg Mack, was good for the sions. Even the boys who are line, to try for the first down left side tIng to catch Carlos

r to make It on the score board. two point conversion. STATISTICS still In football have been making instead of punt. Stidham's rush Grant open In the end zone

I BALDWIN LB it most days, says Coach over the Tornadoes right tack-
Quarterback Dale Green dir- John Powell, a reserve First Downs 7 14 Steve Bushore. le was met by linebacker Vernon STATISTICS>
ected the Tigers balanced attack running back for the Tigers Rushing Yds. 55 190 Barber who stopped the, forward HIlS S, 1'e.

passing for '133 yardson came on In the third period Passing Yds. 89 133 Sophomores out for the JV } I motion. Line backer Joey First Downs 8 11
5-13, with one intercep and went 5-yards for the next PC-PA-PI 6-13-4 5-13-1 CaRe team are Curtis White, Branson was right behind and Yds Hushing 9-1 103
.tion. It was the lone Interception score. Punts 1-39 2-39 Terry Hayes, Avaughn Golden pushed Stidham back and the Yds Passing 86 56
that spoiled the shutout Then Howard completed the Fumbles lost 2 0 Eddie: lilalocK, ivory Jones, play lost a yard, as the two PC-P,1-I'I 6-19-1 7-15-3
for the Tigers as Joe Smith season's scoring when he wasExciting Yds. lost pen. 50 60 Cornelius Bright, Paul Hutch- I 7.5 linebackers plugged the hole. Punts 5-31.4 5-26
picked off Green's aerial and Ins, and Jeffrey McRae. Fresh c't. Bradford's ground Fumbles lost 2 I
lone Shelton Hodge Randy Hazen got Penalties 35 40
raced ia-yaras: lor we men are from
Martin Bruce Barnes, Early game going Immediately
Indian score. the Santa I Fe 32 yard line. Henry -
Chandler, Dale Baas, and Don- Score by Quarters:
got 7 yards, Carter 12, and
..' Green scored the second TIger Cage ald Sewell. then Henry 7 more. The three HIIS 7 0 77- 21
score on a four yard run
Top prospects are: runs combined with a five yard s. Fe oooo 0
late In the first quarter Stou- Curds White, 6-21/2 and 185 offsides penalty; against BUS,
ton Howard's extra point kick pounds. Is tabbed the most out- gave Hazen a first down at the Touchdowns:

was blocked however. Season SeenBig standing prospect by Coach Bu- Santa Fe 18. BIIS> 1) I llazcn, one yd. sneak:

The Tiger quarterback was shore. On first down Carter chargedover I.P-: :Melvin\ kick. 2)) Henry,
responsible for the next two left tackle to the Santa 65 jd. )punt return, I:: 1'- Melvin,
Lake Butler scores as well, Avaughn Golden, 5-10, Is a ti rkt Fe 11. llien Ilazen went to the kick. 3)) Tetstone, 7 jd. pass
returning starter and a fine air. lie missed on a sprintout from Hazen, I r-::I'Melvin: kick.
passing four yards to Alford things are expected of the ted to Join the team from the pattern by flanker Wayne
Watkins and returning a punt 1971.72 Bradford High basket- football squad. They are let- ball handler. letstone.

ball team which goes Into action terman MalachI Henry, Charles Eddie Blalock, 5-10, Is On third down from the 11, but BUS linebacker Vernon Barber -
Dec. 7 In Gainesville against Wright", and Cleveland Simmons another returning starter anda tight end Charles Wright was fired up and tossed the
Hunters Wa rnctl the Buchholz uobcats. plus JV prospect Ver- good ball handier 1 rrWy+ In the clear near the right Balder QB for a five yard loss.

Shells good for an non Barber. Terry Hayes, a big 6-3, has- u. 4raeas..ta.n sideline. Hazen's pass struck A fourth down pass Into the
Of Live Prospects are
; holdIng n't played much basketball but l right in Wright's hands at the end zone was knocked down by
exciting season. Coach Sexton has been -
:1 In Blanding Area sessions after foot Is expected to come along. two yard line, then bouncedout. BUS ttajne Tetsone.
Much help Is expected from practice each Begin- Ivory Jones, 6-0, and Shelton On fourth down flaxen threw That proved to be Santa Fe's
members of last year's Junior ball practice day. Hodge, 6-2, are expected to up the middle toward Bernard most serious and only threat
this week the four foot
Many woods roads In the south varsity squad which went 15-3, ning ball have, also been help. Brown, but the ball was par- of the gameftcr that the
players lacked luster until :Ma
of Blanding deflected by Santa Fe game
range Camp are the best record of any Brad- tially a
reporting to basketball prac- Donald Sewell, a strong 6-2 lachl Henry suddenly broke
closed to motor traffic duringthe Thereis defender in the heavily traf-
JV In .
ford team years. +nv.aarw r'X:
and 175 pounds and Justafresh- things, late In the third
middle and fell Incom- open
tice.The ,
; hunting season, due to an also much talent and some cage team will open on i man, Is expected to play ((;photo by Danny's Miotography) plete. period. Brett Waters punted
excessive amount of live military experience' In returning members a Tuesday against Buccholz, lot of ball. 29 yards from his 36 to the
ammunition in the area. of last year's varsity; then home Friday Dec. Tackle Bobby Dyal puts the rush on Raider QB Joe Stidham got Just one yardin BUS 35. Henry took the
return punt,
Coach Mike Sexton says, although Miller, forcing him to throw before he was ready. three plays against tornado
10, to host St. Augustine} The JV team opens faked a hand off to Tetstone,
The Florida Game & Fresh the varsity won only defense which smelled a touch-
against cut up through a Tornado block
tile varsity
Water Fish Commission warns one !name and lost 18. mere will be no real heighton ule down. Waters stood at the goalto ing wall to avoid one tackler
7 then returning ,
that there are a number of live the varsity. Center Jimmy Buchholz on Dec. It stayed that way until late much of the time. Haider quar- punt and got the full force and was off and running the
mortar shells and artillery Of 13 players expected out Ricks Is tallest at 6-2 and Is home Friday to In the third period when ano- terback Joe :Miller called the of the hard Bradford rush. Big left sideline. He outran up the
shells In the Impact section for 4he varsity; six are return- tha nnlv man aver nix feet. St. Augustine. ther Brett Waters punt figured option about two-thirds of the ham blocked the kick and Tet- last Santa Fe defender to the
of the wildlife management a- Ing lettermen, six are comingup Danny McKInney, Able Williams In the second Tornado TD. BUS time and with some success. stone tell on it. end zone. BUS led 14-0 after
rea. from the Junior varsity; and Leroy Davis are running back MalachI Henry Fernandina ran the option against Fullback Carter hit right :Melvin added the extra point.
and one senior Is a newcomer all right at six feet.But caught this punt at his 35; BUS with some success tackle for 4yard from the two. Santa Fe took up the best part
racing behind a blocking wall and, apparently, Santa Fe scouts Then QB Hazen sneaked in for
Due to the possibility of a who Is expected: to see much he churned of the fourth period with a
Ricks and Able Williams up the ground for the TD from a yard out. BItS
vehicle driving over one of Action."I observed that. drive from its five, where a
have been the board. a 65 yard punt return for the led 7-0 with
tough on 4:33: left in the
these and detonating It, the My Neighbors second As the game wore on the 45 yard Steve Strickland punt
I look for us to win the Wright and Henry were the touchdown. Tornado defense became Increasingly first period. was downed, out to the Raider
rl woods roads will be closed. conference this year," says team's top rebounders last season r3 After a game dropped passes effective against the With the slim lead on the 48 yard line. But the effort
Main roads through the area Coach Sexton."I and Vornon Barber is expected F Tornado receivers finally option and :Miller was forced boards, the Tornadoes toyed ended when Wayne Tetstone
will continue to be open to think we have a real fine to help when he gets In held onto the ball In the fourth to go more and more to the with the Raiders' option ser- made a hard tackle on Stidham
traffic. The closed roads are group of boys. This ball club shape. period. On a 45 yard drive air. But then a sharp BItS ies. Santa Fe QB using Miller med Santa Fe's power house run-
ins attacK by
plainly marked. will be good. Senior Bernard Williams, the -a marred by 20 yards In penal- defensive secondary picked two an engineered a 75 yard drive ner, and the ball popped loose.
newcomer, Is expected to help ties, quarterback Hazen com- of his passes off. tn the Bradford 5. Tackle Farelon McClellan fell
In the area
Those who hunt Nine players have been prac- the club. pleted three of seven passes BIIS won the toss and elected on It for BHS
on foot are also warned to ticing since November 8. They INSTANT for 65 yards, throwing the final to receive to open the game. Miller, fullback Charles Mc-
keep a sharp lookout for the include lettermen Jimmy Ricks, "We definitely will run with EfOIOGy seven yards to flanker Waters kicked off and BIIS' Cray and Stidham got bits and With a little over two min-
live shells. If any are discov, Dannv McKlnnev. and Dennis the ball," Coach Sexton says. Wayne 'letstone for the third Henry took the ball at his 16 pieces to keep the drive alive. utes BHS remaining In the tame,
Kelly; JV prospects Willie New- "And I think we're capable of BHS score with 49 seconds and almost broke the game The Raiders were stoppedonce quarterback Eddie Hazen
erect the spot should be marked some, Able Williams, Carl doing it." left In the game open then, returning to the Big at the BIIS 40. Big Brett came out throwing. His first
and the location reported to a Rlherd, Leroy Davis, and AI- The club Is also expected to Red 42 where the final Santa Waters ems back to punt and big gainer came on a screen
wildlife officer or military personnel phonzo Berry, and newcomerBernard have some jooi shooters and Santa Fe held the ball for Fe defender drug him down. the snap rolled on the groundto pass to fullback Brad Carter
at tM landing: main Williams. several boys who can handlethe long periods of time during QB Hazen's first call from him. A hard Tornado rush
gate. Four more boys are expec-) round ball. the game, running 72 offensive scrimmage turned into "bu.t- prevented a punt, and Waters (See page 10))

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: had "The coaching staff has

,; very BUS little coaches to generally lay folowingBradford's ) worked and we awfully showed hard ImprovementIn this year '
unimpressive 21-0
J ..',' shut out of Santa Fe which all"phases of our game over .,
;, VlI I closed the season with a 7- past years. .
VlI In the "We have had better personnel -
2-1 record and a berth
'' I and the boys .
# '" Sunshine Bowl, Friday night I this year The
; Dec. 3."We. had a little experience. .
coaches have all done a good
'" ." :.;
./ were a little sluggish Job.
have worked awful "
and didn't play our best, said "The boys
WINNERS : Head Tornado David Hurse. hard to gain this extra
.. '. .;, t\:\ "We played just well enoughto recognition and desire to play
In a fine bowl such as the
'Ali In all, though I was Sunshine Bowl Dec. 3 when we
vi,, ;, pretty well pleased with the take on Ocala Forrest."

;)! .; :' (. performance of the entire ball __., -"' .. ___H_ ..
-: '
./ ff.;> I : .. '" club.
\ j. '
.> .. ,,1" I 1'. "MalacM's (Henry) long punt r
return was a beautiful thing to
,, ,". watch. ((Fullback Brad)Carter
," '
'. had a good night and Eddie
;.:, ... Hazen passed well."
'. ,i ". ,
"Hazen would have had a
: ,
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3 'l, better completion average If
It wasn't for several passes
,::':,/ which were right In the receivers -
AEt hands but not caught. I
can recall six passes that hit
the receivers right In the num-
bers but were dropped. Two
of them would have been touch-

Route 1 -i \ 1126 W. Madison Reese Offensive had real line high Coach commentsof Jerry '

Starke, Fla. V Starke Fla. Bradford's guards. Gary ;zp d n
Melvin, Joey Branson,and Den- "tPG s4W
nis Crawford who were all cre-
t dited with a fine Job of trap
......,",., ping."Santa Fe defensed us to
F s >o' stop our Inside trapping game,
so we went outside with our
.n traps and did a real fine Job,"
: ; :.;,. : ). said Reese.
). "Overall, we did a good Job
executing, but we still made
I' mistakes such as fumbles and
', ., ; .,.!o.' (.,,'. penalties which killed our
1'J" ;. \, ', .. ... ,, \::,'" drives." I r'I y
}"'"al .:' Farelon McClellan has been 5 N Nxf
BHS' most steady ball player ,fiN
this year and he had another

MRS. CLARENCE G. SAUCER"t good night Friday night. 4'fr
; Charles Wright and Vernon
Barber both drew high praisefor { ,
7' their blocking of Santa Fe's d.,
Starke, Fla. leading tackler and best ath-
..., .
.. ,,- lete Dwayne Stidham.

"They (the offensive line) 5r
have really come along since r "
the beginning of the year,"
said Reese. "And have Improved -
Immensely in the last :

Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners With The five All games.of Bradford's line will

be back next year said Reese,

V Compliments Of The Merchants Listed Below And The Bradford County Telegraph with Wright.the exception of McClellanand

M. n? *hit-i j Tf'Mri' End Charles Wright, living up ,5't
'" i to' his preseason praise from
Vy : '" V ; ; f Jc. -''. 't-lhe. coaching staff, was credited l

: : Happy Thanksgiving ? ," :Pt.lf" ''along with Vernon Barber for 0:.
making Bradford's off-tackle "'
plays go.Friday.
------ '" flight's win was the '..
fifth shut out of the year lor ;.
the Bradford defense, one they
have been looking for the past

: : Olin's Mobile Home Sales Edwards Grocery & Meat Market three, said Coach Mike

The defensive line came up
with the big plays and did not
give up three first downs Ina
row, said Heese.LInebacker Abie Williams pract
Joey Branson and ices tipping rebound

Williams Jewelry Tastee Freez Drive In from Vernon both Barber coaches.drew praise back BHS up cagers for a prepare basket for as .

"Barber since the beginning their Dec. 7 opener. ;.

: : Starke's Largest Quality Jeweler of the one season of the has top progressedinto athletesIn

this area," said Reese. BHS Eases Pass
Flowers By Larry "And Branson has Improvedas .
much as anyone on the team." Santa Fe ;:

Jackson Building Supply Of Starke Tackles Bob 1 Dyal Farelon, ends Randy McClellanand Gas- (From page 9)) :.

kins and Brad Carter, and nose who took the ball and made .
man Carl Luther all drew high a run up the right sideline,
Starke Pet CenterWoodburn's praise from Sexton. breaking away from tackles
Fla. Inc. "Peddlers Home Center" "These seven or eight have three different times. Carter
: done an outstanding Job all yearlong was finally knocked out of
said the head defensive -,
bounds at the Raider 21 yard
coach. "They've worked real line after a 30 yard run. -
hard and have given me 100 llazen missed, then, on two .
Kentucky Fried ChickenHurst's per cent both on the practice passes and BUS( was penalized .=
Gem JewelryEddie's field and In the games. IS yards, out to the 35, for
"They have come up with an Illegal forward pass. :
some big plays to help turn But llazen came right back "
the tide In many games. The on a sprint out pass to running :
play of these from seven Is back Bernard Brown who ,
Wrecker Service ', one of the main reasons for caught the ball 10 yards deep
66 Service Station our great success this year." and ran to the Santa Fe seven
Coach Hurse credited Gray yard line before he could be
Flynn with a fine night's per- hauled down.
formance as he was back to BUS took too long In the
Baldwin Chevrolet Olds Inc.Stan's full speed for the first time huddle and was penalized five
In thrift weeks. ;yards, back to the 13. On the
Faulkners Quick Car Wash Hurse also commended Wayne next play Santa I-e's Raymond .:
Tetstone on both his offensive Cason Intercepted a pass Intended ,;
and defensive play as well as for wide out Gray Flynn. '.
: Bootery MalachI Henry on his defensive Officials ruled Interference,
play. however, and Santa fe was
Henry picked off two pass penalized half the distance to :
Towne & Country Beauty SalonGoodman's Interceptions In the game."Everything the goal, the ball ending up :
considered. I at the Raider .
seven yard line
., Florida Pest Control & Chemical CompanyMorgan's think we year have,"had said a real the Tor-successful down.and BUS with an automatic first .

nado head coach. "If it was- Then came Hazen's toss to
n't for our let down in mid- Wayne Tetstone In the right
l Service Station season we would be in the corner of the endzone. Melvin
Barber state play-offs. added the point and BHS led 21-
: Beauty Shop "A win over Live Oak or 0 with 49 seconds remaining
Bolles and a score against St. There was still time for a .
Augustine (the game ended with few fireworks, however. Try ,
Bradford on the Yellow Jack- ing to get Santa Fe on the
Starke Chrysler Plymouth Inc.Danny's et's 2-lnch line) would have Scoreboard before the game
: Western Auto Associate StoreThompson's put us In the playoffs. ended QB Miller threw upfleld
"Some of our boys came but tho ball was Intercepted
through we didn't even think by BUS' Tetstone.
would make good back-up men From the Santa Fe 29 then,
Nurse said."Our Hazen passed for Charles
biggest ball player Is Wright In the Raider end-eone. .
r Garage Photographyr 173 pounds. I have never been Nobody was around but Wright .
a strong believer In a stunting missed a ferfectly thrown ball :
r defense but we've stunted that went right through Ms :
about 90 per cent of the time hands. A catch would have meant :
this year. We.saw no recourse a fourth BUS touchdown but .
but to, due to our small size. Wright missed the third
"All the credit for our defense thrown right In his hands gas ,
> goes to Mike Sexton who he had an off night receiv
L. B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station Johnson's Farm Supply has done a real fine Job. ing. However, the BUS tight
end has
"Our secondary has allowed caught some big ones
' PI : only four TD passes all year this season especially In the
.. but they have been costly ones, touchdown: drive against Falau a

"' ',.., ';0. ... -',._ ...t)!;',,_ ":.t-.,.. ., ., .... .. .. . .j Hurse Bolles added.and Live One Oak.each against k'South. :.

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.\' Frank Byrd, 69, ,', ,.,. '; .r:' -'.(" .< .

In Fatal Accident

'iii'ii'' : Frank Byrd, 69, a native of An investment in Your Future
.- York and a retired electrician -
: died early Friday; night
as a result of Injuries sustained
., when struck by an automobile | I | (
In Starke. He U survived UUtUIJg fi
by one daughter, Mrs.
Revalle Bobbins of Bal Harbour \ !! '

Fla.; one sister Mrs. Vera whete fOiM lieisute Is, Ihttt will your teat be lisa",
Moore. Cortland N. Y.t and --,-- -----_... -- _..._ -- .. ,_.__.._._._-, -
four grandchildren.: jgJl! j'R"nrQWl'TIIM: t...,,-_ .. lIIIIK _nil !IIlnmfWs.! f.. 9Y: :

Funeral services were) held
Memorial Chapel with Rev.Robert CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng (HOLINESS: ; CHURCH MELROSE
D. Burch officiating. De- Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Bible School. 10 a.m. Warship l Worship U a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services
Morning Worship 11 Youth Services, 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship :
Witt C. Jones Funeral Horn sun. Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday Bible 10
was In charge of arrangements. Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 6 pjn. Midweek Service, Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship a.m.
Morning Worship 11 EvenIng
--'- -. 7 Ladles vice 7.30 Everyone wel- a.m. -
7 pan.Thursday. p.m. Bible : p.m. 7 p.m.Tuesday .
CARD OF THANKS night Prayer Mating .- Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church come. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Worship 7 p.m.
All other
2 Mormon Elders 7:30 p.m. located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor evenlnes-8\ p.m.
Our recent sad loss 16. P.m.Hev.
David Hodges. Pastor W.B. Chauncey, pastor
with grateful hearts toward J.P.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST IIAMPTON CHRISTIAN

Working In AreaTwo neighbors and friends. Their GRACE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST CHURCH
comforting expressions sympathy CHURCH, STARKE PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Worship II a.m. Pre Ser- CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng
elders from and thoughtfulness METHODIST CHURCH vices Booster Band, Young Worship 11 a.m. Evening:
The Sunday School. 10 a.m. Mom- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services -
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Starke. always be remembered.The Inc Worship at U. Training Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng People, and Prayer Service), : Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worshp 7.-James Shaw pastor
ter Day Saints(Mormon Church) Wach Is a former mailman family of Robert Reed. Union, 0:30: p.m. Evening Worship Worship II a.m. Youth Service 6 P.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.Training UnIon -
are now laboring In the Starke and Staley was a rancher and 7:30. Wednesday Prayer 6 p.m. Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday 5:45 Evening Worship BROOKER RACflSTCtIURCie
area. farmer. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. LeonT. 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L, Hll- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland 7 : Everyone p.m. welcome. BROOKCR, I-LA."
The Mormon Church In Starke STARKE. Hard, pastor. p.m. Rev Jim
Elder Leland Wach 19, Is Odom, Jr., pastor -Wilbur Dyess Pastor Temple pastor.Sun
from Eugene, Oregon and Elder Is located at 1405 Bessent Sunday Sunday School 9:45: ; day School. 10 a.m. Ron Bristol,
Jerry Staley 19, Is from Road and meets at 10 ajn. Morning Worship at IL sermon; AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD Superintendent. Training Union
Twin Falls Idaho. and 6 p.m. each Sunday except "The Day Matthew Met t the Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Raiford Road A Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theressa) OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 6:43: $ p.m. Lowell Douglas Di
The pair Is a part of the the first Sunday of each Master"; Church Training; Worship Evening Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning rector. Worship Services 11 a.
great missionary system of the month. when both meetings are 6:15; Evening Worship, 7:30: ; Worship, 7 p.m'm Wednesday i. Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo- m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service -
Mormon Church which Includes held Jointly. sermon "Baptism a Teaching Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.: Training Union 6:30: p.m. ple's Service 6 p.m. Evange- 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, music
over 16,000 elders. The elders Elders Wach and Staley can Testimony". 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng -Charles Thomas pastor Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- director
are not soliciting funds or selling be contacted at 524 N. Cherry Monday Week of Prayer every Monday. 7 p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Services day Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.
Street. Apt. 4 Program with Helen. M&itorsGroup G.F. EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle HEILIIROVN: BAPTIST
anything but are desirous or by phone Prevatt pastor. Everyone Come and worship with us.
of meeting with the people to at 964-8470. In charge: 9:30: a.m.; welcome.ST. Highway 125, Northwest of Packham. pastor. -Rev. Hobby Harris pastor CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
declare that the Church of Jesus "We rivA all a special Invitation Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 9:43: a.m.
Christ has been restored to the to learn Tuesday Week of Prayer EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15. Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM Morning Worship 11. Training
earth for the good and salvation this message of more about" Program Loena Epperson CHURCH STARKE Night Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday CHURCH. STARKE FREE WILLBAPTLSrCHURCII! Union 6:30: p.m Evening Service -
of all mankind, according to Importance. Group In charge 9:30: ajn. Fatter James Cregan, ]pastor) Prayer Meeting 7:30 Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Wach and Staley. Young Musicians Choir Practice Saturday Mass. 7 p.m.Sunday p.m. Rev. Albert Knight,pas 11 School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, Service, 7:30:
Sundays MorningPrayer
Mormon youths are asked to Miss Johnson, 97, 3:30: p.m.; Girls In Action Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass tor. 2nd, 4th a.m.and 5th Sunday 11; League 4 p.m. !Night: Ser- tor.-Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas-

volunteer two years of serviceto 4:15: p.m.Wednesday 7p.m. II a.m. Church School 9:45: vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Wil-
the church, and about 75 Of Hampton Family Night Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPI'ISTSunday ..m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. liams, pastor.
per cent of them do so. say Supper 6 p.miurayer: MeetIng pjn. School 9:45: a.m. -John M. Rector CHURCH/ OF JESTS CHRIST
Wach and Staley. The two visit A11eek of Program School of Religion: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- Flynn FIRST UNITED METHODIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS:
ing In Starke will go door to door. Miss Maggie F. Johnson 97, with Lottie Moon Group In Grade School Sunday 11 Ing Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek STARKE 1404 H. Hcsscnt Road
If anyone Is Interested In their of I Hampton died In the Bradford with Lottie Moon Group In a.m. to 12 noon. Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning Sunday Priesthood 8.30 a.
message they have a set of County Hospital Thursday charge, 6:30: p.m. R.A. Meeting .- High School. Wednesday P.m.Be Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship, II; Junior and Senior m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sac-
_ix discussions they present. afternoon Nov. 18, followingan 6:30. Teachers and Officers 7 to 8 p.m.BAYLESS. In church Sunday. Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups, 6 p.m. rament, 6 p.m.
extended Illness. Frank Jarvis pastor. Training 6:30: p.m. Evening Choir Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
The two work full time for the Meeting. 7:15: ; Church Wednesday Youth Rehearsal -
church living on money they Born In Clay County on September Choir Practice 8:15. HIGHWAY BAPTIST Worship 7:30.: 7 p.m. Prayer !MeetIng Tuesday Primary 4.30: p.m.
have saved. 9, 1874 Miss Johnson Thursday Week of Prayer Sunday School 10 ..m. Worship ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Relief Society.
They work from 6:30: a.m. to was the daughter of the late Program; Executive Council In Service 11 a.m. Church CHURCH MACCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 7:45.: 7:30: p.m.
10:30: p.m. each day solely for Dan and Marv Sapp Johnson. Charge. 9:30: ajn.; Music Makers Training 8:30: p.m. Evening Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWltt T. Farabee, Jr. Jesse I D. Branson Branch

the Elders church.Wach and Staley will be Hampton She was Uapttst: a member Church.of the Friday Choir-Practice Week of 3:30: Prayer p.m. Worship Wednesday 7:30.: Prayer Meeting unomooa'Day." n.Mass'.'_n 5:30 n_:n_.p.m.__...n Ie..n.ececeecc".n..__..,_c n c c n.c eoc-.c-c-c-ce--c_ceo_--I-Ie--:_c---_-->_>_:,...-_>.>_:.-;,.:..:_.:..:..:..:..:..::...:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:n.:.:..:..!..:..:..;..:..:..':..:'..:..:'..':...:.-..;-..-:..;-..;-..';-'.President..;'.;.'.;'.';-.'.;.';-.';-.';.'.;.'.:..':-.'.:..:...*-...*......:..:....*..........:,..>.....--'...'...,._-.._........-..._........_....,.,..u.p -"..-:.:-;:

Surviving is one brother: Dan Program; Ida Darby Croup In 7:30: p.m. {x
here for a period of months. Johnson of Hampton. Charge 9:30: a.m. Rev. J.D. Robinson
Then the church will probably Services were from the .; i.i.DM
Hampton Baptist Church Sat '.zz lor good! h..alll1. and for the (loud that I
transfer them to another area. -W.A. Hogan pastor. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
Wach for Instance came to urday Nov. 20, with Rev.Burial Mel- CHURCH have each day. I am thankful (for those near and dear to me thai I can loveand .
Starke from Palatka and Staley vln Hamel officiating.: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- 1

Is new and being trained by was InhiamptonCemeteryunder I CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening in turn love me, I am thankful for( the freedom of 1 my nation, and that f fI
Wach. When they leave two direction of DeWltt C. Jones intersection: of Highway IS Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
others will be transferred to Funeral Home of Starke. (North) arid 225.-Aev. Wayne Everyone welcome. I can worship, as I please I am thankful that God loved me so much 1 ; 1
Rev. Robert Halsten, pastor \
- - Wells pastor. that he provided, a way (for my salvation, I am, thankful thai he it a :;::
m r- Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning

Service at 11. Evening Service 422 CHURCH OF GOD 'forgiving, Father I am thankful that I can attend Church and worship, of J 1
N. St. Clalr St.
7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30: Starke.
Roundup DayHEAR p.m.! Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn my lord 't til| | 1<
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday '/:

Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, I:;;:
Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. Prayer --I-I
!!! CHURCH Meeting, Friday 7:30: p.m. .. .. ., t. jmI.
-Rev. Y.W.
Kldd \
School 10 a.m.: Morning .
Sunday -
THE WORLD'S SMALLEST COWBOY Service 11 a.m.; Bible! Study KINGSLEY LAKE < ....
6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: ""- 1m 1mI
Sunday School
9:30: ; Training .
Union I 10:15 ajn. Worship ::;' \I ....
SUNDAY p.m.Wednesday and ; Morning '
Bible Study 7:30- p.m.Prayer 11 a.m Evening Worship >> "I"\\ .;.;.;.;
MORNING Melvin Hamel, Pastor 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: It ;j1;

114 AT Wednesday.Pastor Rev. Robert West In


10:00: A.M. Father Junes Cretan.,,.._. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ......
Saturday Mass. 7 pjn.Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth L ;;
& Mass 10 ajn. Holy Dq Mas, Fellowship 6 u.m. Choir Practice 1111

7 p.m. .. Wednesday 8 p.m. : i
Confessions Saturday 9 j
11:00: A.M. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
pjn. N
School of Religion: CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1:3 :.;:;.
Grade School Sunday u School
Sunday 10 a.m. MornIng -
a.m. to 12 noon. ....
Worship 11. Training Union
High School -. Sunday,. 7 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: I 1 11iii

P.m. -LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor 1iii

BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 MornIng .
a.m. -
Bill Kingston Of Tampa, Fla. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening :;'
Worship, II; Church Training Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer :::'
... Dinner On Grounds 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. .., ::;:

... Wear Western Clothing Evening Worship, 7:30.: -Rev J.C. Saunders pastor .."

... Ride Western Transportation Monday Youth Choir Practice Own*h MI Of. i.lW oHKf,xi Din, mild f f" lp>lo4,"|ll.,k..IdpeINU1"o QtiE: \.' TIft i
Choir 7
... Giant Picture Mad Of All Present Friends. Ini HIM.idoId1/omodkr 1 mm"II infant II"r.1" "i br l 10",i"|In n.,|libir W.thwlDM .' : ::
... Special Dedication Of New Youth Bldg. Girls Tuesday In Action-- Mission, Acteens, 3134: School Sunday U -a.m.9:45: Morning a.m. Sunday Worship ftuKtift, m Hit k... of( M M (......."' .> unap w .>r M l Ml nil, lon| l ; :::;::
... Pine Level Youthaires Singing In Afternoon pvutiil. and Hw I.od..l1.h n I..,H M..., nil. In..IOblron, '+A IMuliu' nn .; : ;:
p.m.Wednesday School 8 p.m. Training Union "him. mftill. pw.. if m., DM itauK. ivpport ,ihi (b.... ,In ,tlii ubi il Hit ..11..*. I:;:;
Sunday 7
p.m. Evening Worship. ::
Teachers and Officers Meeting of I MmuM w4 hit ,iMilr. far*.* Cel"" '. M.w, oar rerun >l.<..' upheld end po" # ::::
Pine Level Baptist ChurchHWY 6:30 Prayer Meeting and Wedn.aday7:30 Prayer Ser- "lfcif' ..l III Hw "hunk"' kxlvu il ,.iII''Ii.. "liyld,, olml' "OIl' Mi, ",.,'. .n< dillinr' Hit "': c i :;
: ; (1l1 ;:
Business 7:30 Adult vices.Rev. ,Ira*.. 011.ll itaw will MI ..*"IIM II Ihn n t ikiM, dw l t4 I.
Meeting : ; Bob Cooper pastor .o. ._ ... .. .;.;:.;.
Choir Practice. 8:30.: ::
100 WEST ;;
Visitation 7:30. AIRPARK

--DentonSumnil. pastor. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning ..ww:: :';: :::.;::::: :< :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:;:::::::::;:;:.:;:.:;:.:;:;:::;:::::::::::;:::::::: :: :::::;:;:;:::::::;:;:::;:::::::::;:::::::::;:;:::::::.;..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:::.;}iJ
Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday
"' Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. STARKE "66"

M NIGHT, 1971 1 1 Welcome 7 G.F.p.m.Prevatt Study\ ,on pastor Book of Everyone Psalms. FLORIDA SERVICE

$- a C EST Hill EdwpTN: I'h. !064-7231 l
Sunday Service: Sunday Sci 1)OJ> OMTROL Tire Tru Ing
9:45: ajn. Morning Worship ,
PRESESSION MUSIC 7:15: P.M 10.45; a.m. Evening Service 7:15: Headlight Adjusting

p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun Brake Service:
day 6:30: p.m.
Carl Hint Phone 964-6111
-J.C. Brown, minister Wheel llatance nnd

HEIGHTS FLORIDA JORDAN MISSIONARY 5.19:i !) E. Call St. Sturke, Flu. Alignment,
964-5745 for FREE
U.S. 301 North behind Tas- "I'hoiM CONDITION SERVICE

tee Free Drive In. Sunday Hlwijr 301 and 100 and EntlmaUe
Inspections AH Minor Repairs
ATTENDANCE GOAL School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
CtO 8.
vice II and 7 TeeasOe Starbe
ajn. p.m. Prayer 617 N. Temple Ate. Stark
Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes

500SPEAKER + day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L.

Grlffls, associate pastor. STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD

BROOKER SUPPLIES, Inc.Fre.rlag and Market

REV. W. M. CARMICHAELASSOCIATE Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship -
Services 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Ace Hardwareplat. Groceries Meats Feed Keller Service For Your
-Rev.Training Union 6 p.m. & Palau 8_ l" GAS AND OIL Till Problem.
Lacy Conway,pastor p.

Jack and Gladys Edward Abstract
aad Geode

I INFORMATION Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng U. 8. JOt South Stark. Title Insurance
I INSPIRATION Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p. -Owe* With U. rirat
m. PHONE 64-5312 154W. Call !Ph. H .eMI
CHALLENGE -Rev. John Roe, pastor 11* W.......... 81. M4-B270


The big problem for .
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'Carve Wood The Voice Said, -., ., i

i And Jesse A aron Did"Carve _

!, 9f I
wood!" spiritual guidance In finding "carve wood" awoke him about friend. I got a big piece of !
This la the message that came a Job "that nobody else had" 3 a.m. on July 5, 1968, Jesse wood and started carving right ;.
I out of the darkness to JesseJ. to support himself and wife Aaron says "I jumped out of then, and I've been carving, rrRs. : I
Aaron, 85-year-old Negro during their advanced/ years. bed, dressed, and went to a ever since." :
In answer to his prayer foi The voice telling him to nearby woodyard owned by a How well Jesse Aaron has :
succeeded in his late-ln-llfe I

vocation many honors It bestowed witnessed upon by him the 1"" .: ..teiT .. N I ,,

] In the last three years. Including f life membership In the t i
Gainesville Fine Arts Association ': We '

exhibits of his work at #'" .,' (
the Florida State Museum and ,
other art galleries and arti- .I
Public Deserves Information cles and pictures of his carvings ,' .
In many publications-
cluding the Christian Science

Prison EscapeesSome Monitor, which has worldwide
On distribution. '- .
It might be said that Jesse :
Is policy or lack of policy Aaron has become the "Grandma 1 ,
of the news services are miffed this a Moses" of woodcarvtng. : .
because the information that two men that should be reviewed and, if found lie was born at the old turpentine '

had escaped from Raiford State Pris- to be not In the best public interest settlement Lake :: ; i ,. ".
In an Improvised "tank," made by should be corrected. Gullford, located west of 1 1p4 ,
on did Butler. The son of a slave, h,
fork lift
steel-plating a headlines prison until several, Aside from the natural desire of he knew the meaning of the ,f ?I I4y Ir
not make the word poverty; and never received -
days after the event took place. the news media to print or broad- any formal schooling
cast the news at the earliest possible beyond the first grade. In order -

Prison officials say there was no moment, there is the public interest- to help support the family -

conscious attempt to suppress the news, especially in this areato be his father hired Jesse out
to a neighboring farmer at $7a
hand there was no considered in this matter. It is nota
but on the other month. "I never wore a pair
effort by the prison staff to releaseit matter of idle curiosity to people of shoes I until I was 13 years I ...

to the news media at the time of of this area to know when an escape old," Jesse says, "and every- -,' '

the happening. occurs at lialford. It could very easilybe thing I earned went to help ., r, 1r
a matter of life and death, with support" the family until I was

"When we have an escape, we put desperate men-- either armed or un- 21.Jesse managed to find timeto x

out a bulletin to sheriffs of surrounding armedroving the area. do some courting: as a young .

counties and to the Florida Highway man, however and was mar-

Patrol," says Prison SuperintendentL. ried on August 18, 1912 to Le-

F. Dugger. "The press usually picks The escapees, of course, head for anna Jenkins of Providence In ..
Union County
western part -
the word that way. We don't inten- other parts as soon as possible, but )
up ; (then Bradford County; She "
tionally suppress it, but we are busyat they frequently commit crimes before was the daughter of Richard '

a time like that and don't notify they leave the area. Last week's escapees and Chaney Jenkins, and a sister s +

wire services or newspapers." for instance, are believed to of the late A. O. Jenkins,

have stolen a truck from the vicinity a well-known Negro educator .
L. Wainwrl&ht the in which to make their who taught for many years In
In Tallahassee, Louie of prison Starke and was known as Professor -
director of the Florida Division of getaway. Jenkins He was one
--- --- --- -
Corrections, said, "In most cases of of the three men for whom J.... Aaron and Wood Sculpture
escape, the press knows it before I Other, more serious, crimes might RJE School was named.
well be committed In the process of Jesse finally left the farm

do. an escape, and for this reason It and made his way to Lakeland, moved to Gainesville and set says.It not to scoff. That person was Imagination and uses it in selecting ,
Lee Simmons of the Florida is Important that the public, particularly where he had relatives, and up housekeeping "of a sort." was then that he "started Stewart Purser, an art Instructor his subjects. "I can ':'
Inspector be learned the bakery trade while Jesse recalls that the chil- praying to God" for guidanceIn at the University; of Flo- look at a piece of wood and
Patrol said at Tallahasseethat In the prison neighborhood, there. About 1917 he and his "I
Highway occupation
dren had to sit on boxes because finding an rida. The primitive ruggedness see a face or an animal in
since the Division of Correctionsis alerted as soon as possible.If wife moved to Starke and he they weren't able to buy asked Him to help me find of Aaron's work caught his eye; it," the artist says. "OnceI
the initial agency in such a situa- went to work In the old Starke furniture. He worked at var- some kind of work that nobody he stopped to admire and soon see a face, It never goes out
tion the patrol assumes that that the Department of Correctionshas Bakery, owned and operatedby ious trades, and at one time else In Gainesville could purchased the carving advis- of my mind until I get It carved
the late J. O. Turner near started small which I tired of pushed that '
the present effective policy in a nursery oo. was being ing the untrained carver Into wood. :
division would inform press. media In such cir- thu railroad on Call Street. showed signs of success.A around and wanted to be Independent he had talent, and encouraginghim
notifying the news Jesse recalls with a chuckle setback came, however, ," Jesse declared.It to continue with his work. Jesse Aaron and his 81-year- -
Apparently, it Is a case of what cumstances, we suggest that attentionbe that he was baking bread one when his wife lost her eye- was then that his pray- Since then. Purser has Interested old wife live at 1207 N. W.
is everybody's job, Is nobody's job. given to implementing such poli- day when a freight train rum- sight due to cataracts, and Jesse ers were answered by the voice others In Aaron's art 7th Avenue In Gainesville The
In the Interest of the public, perhaps cies without further delay. bled by, a few feet away, causing had to close the business saying, "Carve wood." and has been Instrumental In home Is easily recognized by
the oven to collapse and because he couldn't find any- When he found his first block arranging exhibits for him, the many carvings In the yard
spoil his loaves. one to stay with and take care of wood Jesse carved a face and lending other encourage- on the porch,and all around the
When the U. S. entered World of his wife "I Just has to do on It, mounted It on legs, and ment. house.A .
I "W ortlt A Try"After War I, Jesse was eager to It myself" he says. stood It In thefrontyard. "People Aaron says that his main sign above the gate welcomes 1- .. .
serve and says he was the first After several years of blindness would pass by and make trouble now Is finding woodto visitors to the premises .
debate and close voters heretofore, were asked to forget man In Starke to report for however, Leanna Aaron fun of It. They'd ask me whyI carve. "It's setUng' hard ;'!and Jelle' takes delight L'<*
prolonged ,physical examination. He did- underwent surgery which was didn't move that thing out to find" and he has to make In showing and explaining the
interests and vote
competition that necessitated the cast- their personal n't pass the test, however, and successful In restoring her of the yard" Jesse says. periodic trips around the area work that was inspired by that ,"
ing of two ballots, the State Demo- for what many deemed to be a move was rejected for service. Soon sight, "And I was out of a But one day someone passed trying to locate raw material early morning command. .
cratic Executive Committee, meetingin toward strengthening the party organi after that he and his family Job taking care of her," Jesse by who remained to admire for his carvings. He has vivid. "Carve wood!"

Tallahassee last Friday, adopted a zation. Debate ran for almost two

controversial change of rules that some hours, and in the end, the rules change ,. .......- r- -- -- -- - --- --

leaders including Jon Moyle, the state won by a narrow margin.It ; it's a wowan'i McCain
By Martha Sue
chairman, think will strengthen the :0. ; County Extension 'y g'TCC1&G j County Agent News i j
nf1frt / I
party's organization in Florida. '., ....w1i lU&) Home Economics Agent '
was freely admitted by supporters By Bobby L. Taylor

The change was to permit the County of the change that they did not know .

Democratic Executive Committees to whether the new rule would have the CHEESE ANYONE? celery, 1 pint chicken stock, I 1 Monday of this week was a gram, and water If needed before -
elect theStateCommltteemanandCom-: desired result, "but at least it's wortha U all the known varieties of 00 1/2 ounce) can cream of n f of folks who
a our
mitteewoman rattier than leaving this try," they argued. The feeling seems cheese were gathered In one mushroom soup, 1/2 pound grated greens and leafy vegetables.grow .
that the State Com- place, you could count over cheese, 1 table spoon Worcestershire Seventeen teams participatedIn
choice up to the voters of the county. to be general varieties. On tasting, you the First Annual Junior- Sunshine and cool weather
mittee does need strengthening if it 2,000 would falnd flavors to suit every 'sauce 2 table- Senior Tournament the Starke seem to create appetites for Our grower organizations are '-,
Members of the Executive Committee is to do the tougher job that is neces- ranging from tangy, pep- spoons salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper Golf and Country Club over the good old country cooking of quite active planning good pro-
fancy I (5 1/2 ounce) Jar stuffed turnips, mustard and collards. and holding good meet.. .
said It that Florida is a two-party sweet or mild. weekend. grams
this change now slightly
sary, ,
who opposed pery olives (sliced), 1 cup broken Our growers are doing all they ings for their members.
to discover '7
difficult -
privi- state. Closer cooperation must be fostered You might fin It
would be taking away a rightful pecans.
can to get a quality green on Poultry Directors met this
lege of the voters, while those who between the county committeesand exactly how all of those Boll chicken In hot water Winners In the Junior Division the market. week and will announce some big :
favored it said the county committee the state committee if the organization cheeses were made, for some and remove bones and skin. were Danny McKinney and Ben Of course, this Is also the plans soon :
elected by the voters is to function with effective formulas have over the :year Save stock. Cut meat In bite Moxley with a 68. Two teams season for fresh pork turkey Our cattlemen will have a .
members are been closely guarded secrets. and set aside. tied for second place. Paul
sized pieces and other meats that seem to good speaker and a steak sup- :
and should be entrusted with making ness and efficiency.If Over the centuries, cheese Break spaghetti In short Canova m and Merrill Struth go with cooler weather. We per December 16th in Lake ;
selections for the state committee, has played an Important role lengths and cook according to and the team of Bill Gay and don't have the fresh turkeysbut Butler. '
since they are more familiar with who the new method of electing state In the economy of people and directions on package. Drain Bill Epperson each had a 71. we do have a good supply Our Swine producers are also ,
would and who would not be capable committee members strengthens the of nations. Because providedthe and blanch spaghetti and set of pork hens, and broil active and will plan their ':
out this responsibility in organization, that is all to the good. nutritious properties of aside. Place margarine In large Winner In the pre-junior division ers. With the prices our pro- next meeting when the Board .
milk In a solid and less perish- frying pan-and add onions and were Joey Herres and ducers have received the past of Directors meet In the Agriculture r
the best Interest of the party. If it does not, the party can always able form, It became the prize celery. Cook over low heat until Dr. H. II. Adams with a 77. several months, folks should Building In Starke, November :
return to the former method. At any Richard Gaines and L, M.
medium of exchange. As cheese tender. Add chicken stock get a real bargain when they 30th.
Members of the State Committee, rate, the new rule will not become making progressed, many localities and simmer 15 minutes. Add Gaines had an 89 for second buy their meat for the Thanksgiving :
all of whom had been elected by the effective until 1974. developed their own mushroom soup a little at the place. and Christmas season. -
favorite types of cheese. Variations time stirring constantly. Then Pastures, lawns and orna-
In production techniques .W .....tad cheese. wnrr"..f..r. A banquet sponsored by the mentals are looking real good Walter Prevatt, State 4-H -':
I Suitable For ? resulted In cheeses with widely shire sauce, salt and pepper. Ladles Golf Association followed for this time of year. Folks Council President and State _'
Framing different flavors and textures. Add spaghetti to this mixture the tournament.Trophies are taking better care of their winner of the 4-H Achievement j
and let stand one hour. Add chicken for point standings for the year home plantings and cattlemen award will leave Saturday, November : .
When you are cooking, remember and olives to spaghetti were presented to Terry are doing a much better Job 27, for National -II! :
When Governor Askew succeeded The office of Lt. Gov. Tom Adams, that all cheeses Gaines, first place; td: watts of planning for the winter Congress In Chicago. lie has
Claude Kirk last January, his admin- who is also Secretary of Commerce, should be heated at as low a mixture. Mix well. Place second place, and Matt Her months also been recommended for a
istration soon discovered a warehousefull letter to Kirk saying the temperature as practical. mixture In greased casserole. yes, third place, and Barry Report to Nation team of 4-H
has sent a Cheese heated at too high Sprinkle with Bake
a top pecans. Thomas third place. We
members. will have ;
a report -
of postcard color photographs of department has no need for the color temperature or for too longa at 350 degrees for 30 minutesor of his trip and his other

Florida's first Republican Governor photos, and will be glad to sell them time will become stringy and until heated thoroughly.Yield All of the members of the State 4-H activities in a later '
since Reconstruction.No to him for what they cost the state rubbery to chew. The fat will 10 to 12 generous servings. Junior Golf Association received Speaking of ornamentals, If column. .:
be from of have a prized plant that U .
$567 for the lot of 81,000. squeezed the rest trophies for their participation you
orlglnally-- the cheese. Simply heat cheeseIn during the year. Officers susceptible to cold Injury, you
one knows now what use was
double boiler or oven 325 Pulpwood Loader Junior Associa- might consider a cover for
a of the
intended for the pictures, but It was If there are 81,000 Claude Kirk degrees or loner until the tion are Terry Galnes, president the plant when frost or a freeze 29 May Die 'j
obviously some kind of promotion, fans still left around, perhaps they cheese 1 II melted. Ruined By ; Randy: Jones, tournament Is predicted. Covers are a On
and-- you guessed itFlorida taxpayers would like to have a color photo of chairman and L, M, Gaines, practical method of cold pro- WeekendTwentynine

{ paid for them at the rate of their hero at seven cents each. Any The cooking characteristics Hyster pulpwood loader, chairman of the Junior Golf time tection and, but effort do In require placing some the This ;
97 per thousand. takers? as well as the flavor of thecheese which cost about $15,000 new. Committee.A and .
Tues- cover on properly remov
fire '
altered In the was destroyed
are ing the cover at the right time persons may be :
!Nov l 16, at Container'sBradford
been manes day,
cheeses that have plaque was presented to
Woodyard, Just south Opaque plastic Is one of the killed In traffic crashes In :,
to pasteurized process pro Randy Jones In appreciation of best materials to use.The plastic Florida during the Thanksgiving :.
U. S. 301.
melt of Starke on
ducts. These products his assistance during the year. .
should enclose the plant holiday unless all drivers
The Bradford County readily Into a smooth creamy- completely without touching it. exert extra care for accident :
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED mass with little tendency for The machine was being put The cover traps heat from the prevention, the Florida HIgh- :
fat to separate. However process up for the day about 4:35 p. MEMBER-GUEST ground and keeps the air Inside Patrol said today. .
often tact the distinctive fire believed to way .
when the
products m., TOURNAMENT
1879 h \ three or four degrees traffic watch begins,
k/8liste flavor of natural have started from a short circuit A Member-CuestTournament warmer than the outside tem- at 6 p.m., Wednesday Nov: 24 .
cheese was discovered under the Is set for Sunday, Dec. 5. A perature.On and ends at midnight Sunday, .
hood. The contents of two 10- big turnout Is expected along very cold nights It may Nov. 28," according to the Pa- :,
NIMleeFLORI This God I.! my strong ANOTHER: RECIPE I would pound dry powder fire extinguishers with the big times that go with be advisable to place an e- trol. :
reluct.-(II Sam. 22:23): like to share with you' uses and one 20-pound In extinguisher It lectric light under the coverto Last year 26 traffic fatalities "
AESSAS the favorite American cheese. were emptied a provide additional warmth. were recorded during the
Mrs. Truby Wainwright of vain effort to smother the blaze. Anyone wishing to participate The cover should be placedon 102-hour period.
When feel In God hit with The hood was too hot to unlatch who has not been contacted by
TON we secure Lawtey really made a the plant In late afternoon- The Patrol urged motoriststo
SOC $ v we have a sense of Ilia enfolding her CHICKEN SPAGHETTI however, making It difficult the tournament committee before the temperature drops plan their travel during the :
presence. We know that he BAKE at the Holiday ,Open to get at the fire. Work- should phone the Club at 964- to freezing and removed earlyIn daylight, hours. Start rested, .r
r is wherever we are, and that House. We think you will enjoy men had to pull out the metal 5441 and notify Pro Herb Her- the morning before the sun's allowing plenty; of time, and avoid ?
He Is always with us. We this recipe. floor boards and shoot chemicals res. Everyone Is Invited to take rays become warm enough to deadline schedules which
know that life offers us new UD under the front seat. this opportunity to come out cook the plant and It's cover- could cause a temptation to :
E.L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Publither and thrilling opportunities and look over the faculties and speed. ;
Ing.A '
Published each Thursday and entered al S.cond with each new day, because CHICKEN SPAGHETTI BAKE The Bradford County Volunteer enjoy them for the day. plant that has been pro- "Let's demonstrate our .
Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark., Florida God is always with us with 1, 3 to 4 pounds chicken,, 2 Fire Department answeredthe perly fertilized and watered thanks for the many blessingsof
under Act of March 3rd 1879. His providing substance. So cup water, 1 tablespoon salt, caU with a tank truck, and As a matter of tact wg hone will always take the cold bettor this life by protecting each
Subscription In trade areas 1'y..r, $5.00; Out tidetrade let's always turn to God for 1/2 pound svegbetti, 3 tablespoons finally extinguished the blaze, you enjoy it so much you will than one that has been other from holiday accidents
margarine, 2 small o- although the loader was burned want to Join us. over or under fertilized. Consider for what Is more Important than
area 'yaa", $5.50. the do the thingethat
Inspiration to "
e -Marion Harrington life Itself, the Patrol
we should do. alone (chopped), 1 cup chopped beyond repair. your fertilization pro- urges

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- J MELROSE I It Necessary In DecemberFor I r"-----------l

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iiiii iaiKeystone the second In succession -
- year
?. Keystone Heights will 35 6 Over Bronson
apparently have no city electionIn -

j Hilites \ News Votes( l December.

II t i Opposition failed to develop
in any race by the deadline torqualJ.tying
| By GLORIA REDFEARN By Helen Egan Tuesday night. Senate Keystone closed out a dlsa-

I! Please _ .. Inmates at the Chattahoochee note Friday night with a decIsive
----- -- -iiiiiioutstanding -" OES CHAPTER 1971 Legislative session provides
GARDEN CLUB OBSERVES; BIRTHDAY Hospital. that unopposed candidatesare 35-6 massacre of Bron- Ary t Ip 5 sr
service to the U- of OES deemed to have voted for son.
OF THE LAKES Keystone Chapter Th Inrtian tank out their
5 711JL
nited States CLUB
as Director Base MELROSE WOMAN'S
Jesse Codbold. Clay County observed Its 12th birthday anniversary themselves by the act of qualifying I- season's frustrations on ,
Medical Services. United States The regular luncheon and
on November 16. and are therefore "e-
Extension Director was guest Air Force Dispensary Craig business meeting will be heldon lected" without ballot. Bronson as Keystone race for
following the formal opening a
speaker at the November 18 Air Force Alabama from 12:30 with 311 yards rushing. The win
Base December 1 at : The
only candidate qualifying
of the ',
chapter by Worthy Matron -
meeting of the Garden Club. out
August 10. 1970 to outstanding Mattie Lee KIngsbury anq Mrs. Albert Bachmann of Key- by the Tuesday night deadline closed Keystone's season ,
"How What When and WhereTo 4-5-1 mark while the
with a ,
leadership and Hostesses for
management abilities stone presiding For
Worthy Patron Floyd Koons a were: Mayor G. Raymond
Plant" was the topic of hU loss dropped Bronson to a 3-6
contributed significant Memorial Service was observedfor the luncheon are Mrs. Vincent: Starnes; for Council (three to
discussion which was both Interesting ly to Increasing the overall Mrs. U.S. Dull Mrs. C. record.
three members who had Baker be elected), Roy Watkins Gay
and Informative. medical care and providing superb during the A. Ford and Mrs. Carter Haw C. Livingston, and W. Huntley Fullback Mike Shultz led ti- 'IL
away year.
During the business session the ground attack with 100 yda
medical support to the Floral kins.A Redfeam
tokens were laid on Jr. All are Incumbents -
a report of the Fall Sale was operation of this wing. Christmas musical program rushing and one TD on a 10-
given by the Chairman Mrs. The singularly distinctive accomplishments the altar by chapter officers In the offices for which yard run la the second quar-
and luncheon held
F:. L Helton. The club thanks of Major Wat- carrying a white cross. Participating !- will be qualified. ter. Twelve of' the graduating Indians, Jack Fund.r burk I
on December 15 at 12:30: 0'- they
In this
all who helped to make It a son reflects great credit upon Sister Ada Sister ceremony Esther were and clock. The voters mustbe satisfied in hotptiol and not pictured.
success. himself and the United State Associate Patron Homer At the November 17 luncheonand with the way we're running the Keystone completely control-
The Garden Therapy Committee Air Force. city; or are Just not led the game as the Indiansran wry.
Is making favors for Slices In remembrance of Mrs. program meeting. Dr. Ken- ted." one Councilman remarked at will In the first half It would have been a 35-0' Keystone 7 7 13 8 35

residents of a nursing homeIn THANK YOU Ruby Reed, Mrs. Lillian King neth Christiansen director of at Tuesday night's special" started out slowly In the beginning shutout and possibly) more U K- Plckren 27 pass from
WUFT. Channel
and George Young, who passed Gainesville Hurner (Packard kick)
Gainesville. A contributionIs Have -)IOU noticed the new was guest speaker on the sub meeting called to accept the of the third period before It had not been for a late sec-
being sent for the Ral- pouring It on late In the ond B- Barnes 84 run with! Inter-
new Bulletin Board In front of the away In Orange City ject of television.Limrhffnn petitions of qualifying can- quarter Interception which
ford Greenhouse.A Post Office? The l Keystone A solo by Mrs.Jo Reed P.M., hostesses were didates. second_ half.Quarterback. was returned 84 yards by Hron- ception (pass failed)

Committee headed by Mrs. Heights Lions Club donated this and a scripture reading con- Mrs. Paley Boyd Mrs.James Last year's election was not Bobby humor son's loon Barnes. K- Shultz 10 run (Packard

Ralph Napes will be In charge new aluminum board as a pub cluded the memorial tribute. Neale. Mrs. Waiter Grolick, held advice mixed his passes 4 of 11 for Larry Turknett added two kick)
on of the Secretary Turknctt recovered fumble -
of the decorations for the Jun- lic Chapter members were especially touchdowns for Keystone In the
service to the community.; Mrs. Roy Bridges, and Mrs. of State's 41 yards and the first touch- )
office who said that In cnd-znc (kick failed
ior-Senior Prom next May. A hearty Thank You to the pleased to greet five Gladys Wilson.INDIAN down of the nteht with that second half recovering one fumble -
An amendment to the Club Lions. of the members who now reside the names of unopposed candi- coming In the first quarter in the end-zone and gallop- K wheeler 6 run (Packard
finalized to allow dates should not be printed on Ing kick)
By-Laws was 58-yards for another
on a 27-yarder to tight end scoreIn
Garden Club Circles to be COMMUNITY CHURCHThe out; of town. Mrs. Bea Schroe- the ballot unless a write-In Liston Plckren as the running the final perked K lurknctt 58 run (Lelno
formed. der, now of Hobe Sound, was BEACHLake candidate qualifies with the Bronson 06006AlCOHOLIC pass from humor).
Executive Board of the attack led*the Indians to vlc-
Hostesses serving refresh the first Worthy Matron and Secretary of State within the
Community; Church Women will with Ralph Crawford, now of Fe) prescribed time. .
ments to the 19 members and ( Banta
four guests were Mrs. L. E. at meet the on Educational November Building.29 at 1 p.m.All Ponte Vedra Beach they led Bra; Michael H. ChlUy Since then the Legislative REHABILITATION
the new chapter through the passed Senate Bill 593 which
Roberts and Mrs. Leon Wag Phone 47S-1S12
officers are urged to attend early months until It was for- apparently has the same effect alco-

ner.The December meeting will. this Important meeting and mally constituted at the Grand Greetings and Happy Thanks- The Council decided Tues- 1--- ---I

be a Christmas Party at the make their reports. Chapter meeting In May of 1960. giving from your Kolllng-Re- day night, however to ask Rep S- 0topics
Dates to remember for the Mrs. Bea Young now of I wonder how many of Gene a
home of Mrs. L. E. Harris porter. Shaw for legal Interpretation I
Community Church Women are: |i8y
the first Star stop and be
December 30. Orange City; was us will really of the new law which
on December 6 at 1 p.m., the Gen- Point of Martha and a charter thankful on Thanksgiving? apparently makes an election In our state and nation many Flonda Iliiit'liu of \koholll
eral Meeting and December 13 from whom PAUL C. FORAKER li.f. all 1111' fart
member. Thankful to the one In IMi.iiiihl ihmi
temporarily or
DUPLICATE BRIDGE unnecessary December. citizens are
at 12:30: p.m., the All Circles John and Elizabeth nimble all blessings flow. /need on :all'uhuh'n its
Winners on Tuesday,TJov. 16 Luncheon. More on these next permanently disabled -fisyiho- Editor, Information' Service \iii
now residents of Georgia were Last Tuesday we spent most liiMtmenl .ind picvcmiiin In
were: First, Mrs. Rowland Bryan week. Routine Cases logically, socially, or physicallyby
and Mrs. C. V. Home; Second also,greeted. Mrs. Hlmble was of the day In Gainesville. While alcohol. finm.itioii i I' free foe tin .i-kinK!!
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. GOLF CLUB the chapter's first secretaryand there, we visited witn my aunt Heard In Court Their disabilities bring immense ing/( the effectof( drug! doper' JIM. ( drop' raid In I'lnit( In
then spent and,I abuse .
of the a charter member. Teenle Crewnshaw distress and danger to dencv 10l'matlOn vivius 110'i HIT
Mrs. A.
Michael Falkelj; Third The Annual Meeting Donald Parker of Florahome
Golf and Mrs. Nancy KIngsbury Williams most of the afternoon with my the community vie. "> I'.nlFl.i UHJr.: .
V. Bannister and Mrs. C. W. Keystone Heights I pleaded guilty to contributing other citizens in
Sullivan. spent
(Hardy; and Fourth Mrs. Gay Country Club was held on November daughter of the Worthy Aunt Clara afternoon with to the delinquency of a minorIn No person can be sure his own
Livingston and Mrs. Raymond 3 with the following Matron visited the chapter most of Friday In JP court at Lake Geneva life will not suffer some unanticipated -
starnes. slate of officers being elected: from her residence from Jack- :Floren Fisher of Keystone, last week. Sentence was with- pain or disaster
Then he his Funeral Home
Gainesville. DeWitt C. Jones
Winners for Thursday evening President G. R. Starnes; Vice sonville, where her husband, Barbara and I went to the final held by Judge Graham Hutchi- ought about by others acting

Nov. 18, were: First, Mr. President. E. P. Hacker; Secretary Ernie Is stationed. Football In l Keystone,that son and he was placed on pro- under the influence of booze
and Mrs. Raymond Starnes; J. W. Wildt; Assistant The honored guests were escorted game for full bation for one year, under supervision No wonder then, that there
( report
Tied 1 for second Mr. and Mrs. Secretary Martha Hayes; by the Star Pages to a night see my of the Florida Probation must be public as well as STARKE

Michael Falkel; Third Mrs. Treasurer C. J. McGlave; Assistant place of honor and a greetingwas details of the game). My par- and Parole Commission. private efforts directed toward
Mary Cook and Mrs. C. W. 'treasurer, M. J. given by Mrs.Grace Keeth ents James and Cricket visi- Michael C. Grace of Keystone control and reduction of nlcohol- J PHONE: !961.6200KEYSTONE) | (;

Hardy; Fourth Mr. and Mrs. I Haynes; Board of Directors, P.M. ted Buddy and Merle Ellis Is Heights, was found guilty related problems

Charles Smith. J. E. Reed, J. G, Zowarka, Fourteen charter memberswere Gainesville her mother-ln'lawMrs. ; ; of attempting to take dove The effort to reduce distress

Duplicate Bridge will not be II. Herman and J. Powell. present, eight of whom Bicle Veal. Manle'sdaughter. after legal hunting hours. His and danger arising from alcohol HEIGHTS

played on November 25 due to The Fall Classic Tournamentwas were the original officers. Mrs. Marsha Key hunting license was suspendedand abuse includes a variety of
Thanksgiving. won by Wally Muhlhofer The main business of the Stokes, and her son. he was fined $26, or three methods that are psychologicalin PHONG) .; l7t-'M76: :\

and Jim Zowarka with the win- Chapter was the opening of the days In Jail.Daniel nature Some of these efforts
CITATIONA ners In the Ladles Edition.Mil- birthday box revealing a goodly tERSONALS
Jacksonville educational, some manipula
A. Flynn. are
I sum to be added to other Dr. and Mrs. Jules Deutsh
Citation to the dred Sutton and Su Dwyer.
accompany was found guilty; of towing a tive, and some are simply refined -
contributions for refurbishingthe and children Dana and Lara
award of Meritorious Service The Walker Trophy Tourna- skier without observer or mir forms of coercion.
Medal to Alfred B, Watson Jr. ment was won by Mildred Sut- banquet hall draperies.It visited her parents, Chick and ror and was fined $16. He was Reviewing the variety of GAINESVILLEBusiness
was announced that a fish Frances Hurst last week. They
read follows Major Alfred with Zee Tolles.
as : ton runner-uD
and a
also fined $36 given endeavors, including!! a
the Joint to South Florida for
B. Watson, Jr. distinguished Fremont Tolles scored a fry, sponsored by went on a for failureto .
five day sentence promising programs conducted -
membership Melrose Mas- few days and will be back to
himself In theperformancaofl.S.E. i, brllol -In-one bon I Number 5' on
Tuesday Nov. 9. Congratulations onic Lodge and the Eastern!: visit with the Hursts again before appear In court" by non-professionals, one
Fremont! Star Chapter will be held from returning to their home In concludes that although there Is Directory
to 5 to 7 p.m. on December 4. New Orleans La. George Goetzman Keystone no "sure cure" for alcoholism

Proceeds will go toward the Dale Murray of Jacksonville Heights, was permitted to make there are treatments that leadto _
MCKAY The thing hardest to keep, draperies.The restitution to the state and pay improvement and, in some -

REALTOR even more than money, is Thanksgiving theme was spent a few days last week court costs for failure to remit cases, full rehabilitation, AUTO SALES GARDEN, SUPPLIES
The with her mother and aunt, Beu- sales tax. Contrary to past pessimism,
quiet. Harold S. May used at the refreshment table Trel-
Keyston. Hts. 473.4816 Florence (Ala) Herald which was presided: over oy me lah Smith and another Ruby Wolfe. there is ample evidence now at BRASINGTONCADILLAC
hostesses Mrs. Thelma Bunce lie Cheshire James I. Johnson, Jr., Jacksonville hand to say that the rate of Johnson Faris Inc.
Don't feel that you are Mrs. Nettle Klngsbury Mrs. returned to l'ompanoafter stay- facing two charges of improvement for alcoholics approaches OLDS1at1K11.ESALES : ,

HOMES ACREAGES utterly useless. You can always Susie Gornton, and Mrs. Bar- Ing a few weeks. Issuing worthless checks was the rate of improve. & SERVICE PLANTS
Velma Lynes and daughter SEEDS! -
RENTALS be used as a bad exam- bara Robinson. Mrs. permitted to make restitutionand ment of treated mental illnessin
-J.D.EIdrldjfe.Overton Dorothy, visited Mrs. Jo pay court costs on the first general-that Is, lose to 50 Fine Selection of lifted Car In-vrctirhlej Pet SuppliesIEKT1L1ZERS .
Strandberg Saturday afternoon. fined $16 or Taken On Cadillac Trades
COMMUNITY CHURCH charge and was
Tenn News.
County ( )
Mr* Melh Ilgtn 471-4740
Col. J. lngton473679 Members are Invited to observe three days on the second. The effort to help alcoholicshas 2001 N.W 13th Ph. 378530Barkley 1
I L. J- Robin.on 475.1041 You don't have to be !nick
Patch! C.rr 473-4058 the season of Advent by Members of the Melrose suffered hum. defects that We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders
I to break out with a nice, big attending services dally at 5:30 Homemakers Club who live The following were found guilty are actually capable of being Motors IncTOYOTA 224 N.W. nth Ph. 37H-047R

smile. I'd; l Kummer, The p.m., starting on the last Sun- along Indian Beach met at Cri- ; of worthless check charges ,remedIed. One defect has been ,

i .wr-.wr-: : Eaton (Colo.) Herald. day of November and continu- cket Chltty's home on Friday and were permitted to make the grossly insufficient manpower

o. ing through Christmas eve, for and held a workshop for the restitution and pay court costs: devoted to treatment GLASS

ten minutes of devotion. Christmas Bazaar. Fourteen Stanley W. Grayson Keystone endeavors. A very few dedicated 4 wheel l drive and mrs

Prayer Vigil will be held for members and guests were pre- Heights; Brenda Ann Taylor people both non"professionals Sales, Part, Service

MIKE REDFEARNGeneral round-the-clock prayer service sent and accomplished much Melrose; Mrs. Edd Brown, as well as professionals Clean Used. Toyotas LIDDELL
In the sanctuary starting at work as well as having lots of Starke; and Bettye H. Illott, -have borne a great burden of

Contractor 8:3U: a.m. on Saturday, Dec. fun. A surprise baby showerwas Gainesville care Their ranks must be en- 1700 N. Main 376-I2M
4, until the early morning wor- given for NM tcKland: and Iilr/ed I Glass Company

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL ship service on Sunday Dec. she received many lovely gifts. First Church A/( second defect has been the Beauty Academy

5. Be sure to save your money Baptist and almoit willful "GU. For Every Purpo. "
Remodeling And Additions n l I. hnneri that members will and attend the bazaar t 0 be Keystone Heights striking disinterest apathy that has been POWELL'S Store Front*-M:rrors
find time for this 15 minute de- .
held Dec. 4th In the clubhouseIn Tub EnclosuresShowers
FREE ESTIMATES votional and will sign up on the Melrose. There will be all seen among citizens. of when it Beauty Academy .1 Furniture>J'1'I -- Glass" Replaced
comes to support t treatment
registration sheet In the Church kinds of homemade crafts needlework Rev. Lawrence Carroll pas-
/..kmsed'ndlUUI'ed narvex. or alcohol-related problems For Lean a Prof-.'\lon In Your
crochet, knitting, a
white elephant table and a-Bake tor.Sunday School 9:45; Morn- the most part people involvedin Spare; Time. Pull or Part TIme NEW LOCATION
CALL 473-3288 MELROSE HOMEMAKERS Ing Worshlpat 11;Church TrainIng prevention and Irealm'nt I of 219 N W lfth) 37I127M
Sale alcoholism have been lonely and 1228 So. :M..III Gainesville'
Members and guests are reminded 6:30: ; Evening Worship
that the Novemberand 7:30. unappreciated ELECTRIC MOTORS
December 2 club meetingshave Jimmy and Jan Klnchen visited Tuesday Visitation. Another defect I Is the failure 372-8191 ; 3721102MEN'S

been combined and will their parents Marzle and Wednesday WMU Brotherhood on the part of many: conceim.l ELECTRIC
James KInchen, and Mr. and and Auxiliaries meet at people to consider the fact that
be held at the club house from Mrs. Orlando Roberts on Fri- 7:15 ,p.m. Hour of Power 8; alcohol is but one drug aminx! Motor Repair Co. WEAKSTAG

9:30 through the lunch hour. day. Saturday Mrs. Bide Veal. Adult Choir Rehearsal. 8:45.: mary mind-altering drugs alco--
Regular business will be conducted Marsha Kay Stokes and son of holics are but one group sufferfey,4 or Gainesville Inc.

A\IllwllINq1\ following preparation Jacksonville visited the KIn- About 200 members and Repairing RoI-wI.ncing 'N DRAGGriffon
for the Christmas Bazaar on chens. Wednesday Mrs. KIn- New and Used
December 4 at the club house chen visited Louree Edwardsand visitors enjoyed the annual Suit

from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.KEYSTOl'F. !Katie Howard In Starke. Thanksgiving evening of Dinner last week Wednesday servedby 2816 N. W 16th -- Ph. 372118 .> Arrow ShlrM-Florshrlm, Shoe
Lamar and
Gladys Malphurswere Formal Rentals' )
HOMEMAKERSThe In Jacksonville Tuesdayon Mrs. Edna Cromer and the MOVERS
: 41 Ladies Sportswear
Kitchen Committee. The ladles
l Keystone Club met on

A Day to Think November 17 at Gadara Churchat Mrs. Dolph Reddish deserve delicious a turkey big thanks dinner with for the all '.::'f C 1 Long Uuunce ..MovingSlornge Z STOKES-11!' XV. t'MVKRSITY

10 a.m. with ten members and family of Starke, Mr. and the trimmings.The Packing and| f\INKS\IIIF: : MAIL
Of present. The membership Sewing Mrs. Charles Walker and sons (
Many Things Class meet after the regu- Monday Nlte Youth Meet- 4a Crating Shipping
lar meeting. ibis prnnn win and Mrs. Helen Walker Jack Ing was held at the home of Free Estimate Call
sonville were Sunday guests of Johnson this past ArdL I
Gratitude for the resume meetings on December Miss Joy MUSICBALDWIN
at 10 Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. week flans are to have some
1 and weekly
Pilgrims who landed on a.m. through December.The Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Shawverare of the future meetings In homesof Charley 1
spending a few weeks In their the members. All interested
Rock and founded annual Clay County; -I
Plymouth Homemakers Bazaar will be travel trailer at the Carpenters' young people In the community; I.Joh1o.

our great nation. held December 4 at the extension are urged to attend these meetings PIANO! & ORGANS
Thanks. for settinga office In Green Cove That's all the news for now each Monday nits at 7. CMOK3 c* rm A TISTS-
see you next time. Van Service, Inc.
Springs Members are asked .(?qMmMUSICuO'.lIIe
day aside to reflect on articles and .
to donate
In About This Question! : 1140 !N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vllla,
the accomplishments of some baked goods. Food will be Among the visitors our 372-4211
available at the chuck wagon. Sunday morning service were

our forefathers. The annual Christmas Partyof ; My Neighbors Mr. and Mrs. David Plennlnger. "Hunting can be expensive

Freedom that we the Keystone Club will be Ft." Lauderdalel Mr. and Mrs. lo held on December 15, with a ntosh. Green theft cost of personal SERVICE

share equally, that we covered dish luncheon. instal- .... --: -- I Cove Springs; Mrs. Seeber injuries liability for Injury BLOUNT PONTIAC

lation of ..:. ..j. .. Valdosta Ga. Mr. Farm and Industrial
must continue always to officers, and exchange t to others I hear yon
of gifts. ,.: .' -' -:::: and Mrs. C.W. Wood Derby, GMC, INC. Equipment
; : ro0 have Insurance that rovers
'. New York; Miss Christy; Jones
preserve.KEYSTONE : ,
t 4j: ji-- all these risks .
fl..t'i' -. ,. ,, Henry Harton and Mrs. Marjorie guns, personal
'- ,/ HardestKeystone injury and liabilit)'.
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPALThe .o.'J -T Heights. Can It be bought for a Santa Fe Tractor,

monthly meeting of the t........., .. \-{' hunting trip of 3 to 30
Church: Women's Guide has been ( "J" We are pleased to have the days?" Factory Authorized FORDFarm

changed to Tuesday. and will :) following new members In our Pontiac
Tractors & Implements
STATE BANKMember be held at die home of Mrs. church; Mr. and Mrs. Weed Charley E.
W.H. Bartlett at 11 a.m. on f f"I Brown :Mr. and Mrs. Sol.>.!Ports-Service' USED EQUIPMENT

F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. December 14. This will be In Cassady, all by letter;and Mrs. JOHNS AGENCY 2101 N. Main.Gainnvllle.
the form of a Christmas lunch- James L. Osborne by --

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly eon thrown the hosoltalltv of A real special welcome to these Flo.
get Vm to exercise. In 131 So.
the hostess. Gifts brought by Walnut St. 4488 N W 6th 378-2548
Community. members will be forwarded to there, by li ? iv rv !" folks Phone 964-5070 372.2583 GAr>iES\'ILLE. KI.A.

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FOR SALE 1970 GTO Judges FOR SALE: 2 bedroom con-
TN Reduce safe and fast with Go- FOR SALE- 3 Bedroom Home
block house near shopping
366 HP. Ram Air Post Traction crete
t LotsAvailable
1 Call Bese Tabllts & E-Vap "water Building center. Low down pay- on 2 1/2 acres land. Have well
Automatic $2,895,
468-1707. pills" Andrews Pharmacy. 6tp ment, easy terms. Call Bu- stocked fish pond. Pecan and
11/25 ford Mitchell, phone 964-6760 fruit trees. $12.500 $7200
P.O. Box 233 Starke. tfchg. down. Monthly peymant 60.63.
KEEP carpets beautiful des HOUSE PAINTING: Interior and Need a lot for your dream Call Bill Powell Real Estate
pite footsteps of a busy family exterior hourly or by contract. home? We've got 'eml All Broker. 964-6464. tfchg.

r Buy Blue Lustre. Rent Free estimates first class utilities available. Financingalso 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
electric shampooer $1. Dev workmanship guaranteed. Con- available. If you're Interested 641 ft. on Hwy.; $8. 00OO Cash
rick, Inc., Builders Hardware tact Lonnle Roberts 8 a.m. call ua. .Starke Call Bill Powell Brokr '. 964- OC. Carne
& Supplies Starke Fla. Itp. 4 p.m. weekdays. 4311039. First, Inc., 964-5000 at First 6464 or 964-6810 Thousands of Plants
( 9 N h weekends 4311768. Federal
sand Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
4tp BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16.
FOR SALE 1964 Plymouth Fury t j j Building Lots on SR.230.Build- Evergreens* Camellias

cir. xM r(ELI $450.00 call 964-7337 (Good FOR SALE- Bv owner. Lots FOR SALE: 200 Acre Farm. ing Lots on SR. 100. Call Bill (!Azaleas, Roses
r a Condition). 80 A. bal. In timber .
V 'or acreage SR-230 and SH cleared Powell Broker 964-6464 or Mart la .ani t Plant. AnJU..eLANDSCAPING
; b 16 and dwellings barns tobacco allotment 964-6810.
east. High dry etiaay.
FOR RENT: Trailer lot, on paved road; Terms)
: F.P.L. Call after 5:00: p.m. Ralph] Bryan, phone 964-6208 A.J. Thomas Realtor Tel 964- U MI. S.E. of 8Urk. Hwy. lot
3 12/2
after 5 P.m. tchg Florahome' (59-2KS
_. 964-8238. tfchg. 5701. ..
L.J.-: _u jQ"o. -=- --.r_ HUBBEOHBBHHiB

Shushed twic by officials for playing whlU Santo Fe was calling signal BHS the Job-type training with furnished with bath. Phone 964- For Sale By Owner The Glass Shop
I band and drill team m.mb.n rally l let Santa F. have It in BHS' 21-0 win. our trucks hauling steel 6433.2tp 11/25

throughout the West Free 20 acres on SR 100 4 Mile HOMES Glass

placement. For an applicationand FOR SALE- 1968 Mustang Fastback South of Stark. Frame -

Interview call 8136211244or 390 engine; 4 speed trans. House with new roof. 1400[) For ;.:,. ,
write: Trt-Stato Driver Excellent condition. Black with AVAILABLe FOR
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GARDENING Minimum Charge .... ..1.71 2tp 11/25 ONLY $13,950 Custom Vinyl Auto Tops

(Covers IS word) FOR SALE-1967 V.W. 4 speed 29% dn.-balance $86.79 mo 1017 N. Main G'vlll
throughout Interesting point
Highly prized Each word over IS-7e ATTENTION trans. Good condition $795. $3,500
Florida and widely beloved as about polnsettia Is their "flowers" Call Bill Powell 964-6810
Phone 9648252. 4
flowers Sic Extra Chart If not tp.
a symbol of the lhrI.tmaslea-: The true are
son is the Fowsettta. small. green and yellow aJ paid In advance Bradford County After 5 P.M.
No other flower can make Inconspicuous. The showy red ResidentsBuy FOR RENT2 bedroom fur- '1600 Sa. FT. MAR'CARTER
such as brilliant show of ,farts often called flowers are CLASSIFIED DISPLAY nished trailer.AvallabletoJuno
bright red throughout the festive not parts of the flower:instead, '..50 Per loch 15, 1972. Phone 533-2366. OFUVlNQ

weeks of December and they are highly modified peal- Memorial. Reol. your pick-up covers at tfchg DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY
January.The Uke leaves which the botanist dealer'* prices direct from AREA
EUPHORBIA Proclamation, etc -7e word LARGE GUITAR
poinsettia calls bracts. The so called our factory in Ocalo. Amplifier can WEDDINGS
PULCIIERIUMV Is a memberof CARDS OF THANKS be had for repair charges only.
white flowers of the dogwoodare PORTRAITS
the spurge family ornamentalslike which Includes also bracts.Polnsettae 10 words or lees .. ._. ..S.M Show us your Bradford County 11/18--Dahmer'a Discount. 2tchg COMMERCIAL 1\ CALL
are predominately Driver License and 114 N. Walnut
crown-of-tliorng, copper- Each word over M-7e s save -
leaf castorbean and Florida's greenhouse crown as pot man's profits cover FOR RENTFurnished & unfurnished Starke 964-8188. SLADE SAME
for Christmas In most
colorful crotons. The namingof of the United States but In for any size trucks startingat apartments in town,.
the poinsettia Is a storyIn Florida they can be utilized FOR SALE: 1969 VW Fastback $139.00 and up. also house in country. W.H. PRICE
Itself. as colorful landscape shurbs. automatic Radio. Excellent Nollman. tfchg SAVE HOMESERVICES
The common name. polnsettla. In north Florida they can be rubber. 41.000 miles $1,300 This offer for limited time That Long Distance

honors Joel R. Polnsett frozen to tho around before '964-9949 Room 124 8:09 a.m. only. Phone Calls

of Charleston States South Carolinawho Ministerto flowering so are best used as noon. W* now handle air line AS
as United Call Or Write ter BrownVolkswagen
Mexico Introduced this plant pot plants.Varieties having red tickets, cruises, and tours.
Mexico about 1830. The white and pink bracts are avail- WANTED Competent reliable!
from able. : Pioneer Campers W. offer a special package Jacksonville
genus name Duphorbla, comes woman with own transportation For Information
from the Creek physician Eup- Another excellent use of poinsettias to assist with invalid and domestic 123 N.W. 13th St. Tour of Nw Call Jacksonville
horbus and Includes many herbs Is as cut flowers. The work Phone No's 473- PH. 622-5260 Disney World Collect 102 E. BROWNLEE
and shrubs having acrid milky bracts need to be treated to 4587!) and 473-4745 for appointment. Call
Juice. The species name Latin pul-] coagulate the milky sap and reduce Itp. Ocala Fla.li55TERSTATE 964-7449
cherrlma. Is from the wilting. Immerse the cut New A Us d tI'I. TOWN FINANCE CO.
adjective pulcher meaning end of the stem In hot water OUT OF TOWN: 2 1/2 acre Sales Service Taking application for
handsome. The Ro- MOBILF. Ibmwt 'WI P.O. Box 226 N. TempleIWtaTERJ ::
beautiful or for one minute and then place farm with house priced at
mans used intensifiers which Immediately In col d water. An $8,500.00 PaVed road. A.J. moyint-ln. Fla Call 'V64-560Q. 1 MI. North of Tire ManOAINEBYILLE FHA 235
they tacked on to their adjec- alternate method Is to singe Thomas, Realtor Tel 964- hgWATSON'S -
tives. Thus when the old bot- the cut end of the stem over 5701. tfchg.orncc. SEWINGMACHINE
New Brick 3 and 4
anist Karl Ludwig Wllldenow A flame for a second or two $
was searching for a suitable and then place In cold water. Bedroom Homes

name for the new Mexican plant Cut the flowers at least 18 to 'ICtJSIt! f:1F'V: ACtJt1Ms Call for Details
he described about 150 years 24 hours before they are to be Many,! brands of new vacuums 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired
ago. he couldn't avoid callingIt used and store In a cool place. '$59.09 ep.;Used machines from and cleaned at i Dahmers Dis- Sales and Service Low Down Payment.
"the very beautiful Euphor If you're given a potted poinsettia SUPPLIES $10. Expert Repairs all makes. count, fast service tfchg PFAFF NECCIII j and- Moderate.,Monthly
bia", or Euphorbia pul- for Christina don't Payments)
Pates Accessories for all
cherrlma. This example of howa throw It a way after the holidays. vacuum; Built Or Central New HomeUnh'ersal

plant Is named and points out Save the plant until there is no a UCHINU' umn cleaning systems:vu vac-N. INTERESTED IN BUYINGj X00 j LONGCHAMP HOMES ,I
: significance
the Importance of freeze and Main Gainesville $49:50 Theme 9M-M53
of the scientific naming of all danger a plant it 376-7110 OR SELLING up I
plants. The descriptive natureof In your home landscape. By CLASP ENVELOPES. JJ Parts & Repairs on 8 1,,Booth> Start& :
the name is obvious when we next Christmas you can have .fact*- Bradford Coqnly M.isn.h. ..* REAL ESTATE/ SALE all other Make Ma- TF"
learn the Latin meaning and the /a very large plant which will INSUBANCB: 4 chines.MA1IONAL.. \ r
name Is the same for all people add a great deal of "spirit"and AT REDUCED; KATE CONTACT $10 And Up
since it Is In Latin or a color to your homeInsideand AUTO. EIRE!: BOAT
Latinized form of Greek. out! DOTUK.CONNKKIN8UKANC9: SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned
AGENCY: GEORGE ROBERTS oiled and adjusted in your

rt.:::: 't m x 'X /:;." x : --a<. :::: My Y Neighbors i g b wU REAL ESTATE Gain.sviILe 378-1355'Florida home ,500.also. All Vacumn work guarant leanerrepairs

I FREEZER HOGS PHONE 964-7026 eed. Dennis E. Coggins, Phone

;.0$1- A Hole I la .Your. Roof I 421 W. MADISON ST. 431-1428 tfchg

Butchered Cut And ;; 'Kumr ,) IJ ) Or. A General Farm PUMPSNEW FOR RENT- 12 wide 2 bed-

I WHOLENEW FOR SALE- Gibson Cu'tar $100 & Western Store room trailer outside city limits -
: 1// / I. cash (firm). Call 964-7337 AND USED J.B. White 964-6114 if
Wrapped I -, / .: LAKE BUTLER no answer call 964-8799.

-1 .r iI .- ,,4i FOR SALE- 12'x60' Champion SALES
:: -- ROOFJ interior
,.. Mobile home deluxe CARL PARTS

# 40* A POUND ANY SIZE --I'; I .,_+! : -.. "r & J Roofing M : Co. and set furniture.up. Olln's$4,295 Mobile deliveredand Home Gulf Service BEGGS Deep nnd SERVICE Shallow Wells

---w ... a.EFUImURE
.x ."' Sales. Phone 964-5606.
-- ; Phone 961-8778 ttchg USED PARTS Wafer Softeners and
] Call 782-3314
r Lawtey ; Hiway 301 South Tl* Prices for Wrecked Can FillersPlumbing

Y:*'11FJJ11l11: : :::::: AnilYlfffr: :: : : ::9.v'r.v'rflrilfrJrrr:;: ::' = ;<<<< z. />>;m "Oop",. 14 Haer Wrecker Service Supplies Quality Hume Furnishings
Fuel Oil f Custom Draperies
I. PNOTICE Used CareHwy. -
JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Interiors by Victor
101 N. Wl e4OU9I
TO DOG OWNERSIn SPORTS (/REFINISniNG ALL TYPES PHONE 96.1.7061DURRANCE 1600 Park Ave.264.9331- Orange Park tf


Due To The Problem With Stray And Mangey Dogs The City's Leash Law Will Starke Ph. 964-5791 Expert Reproduction A Joy FOR to CHRISTMAS give ARE: .itGrd6hreu3. a SYe: ; +ct:>i4Ua; ::
a Joy to
Be Strictly Enforced. The City Ordinance Under Section 4-9,12,13 Reads As Complete Outboard AStern C. E. JACKSON an even greater Joy receive to sell. WE every REPAIR needle'and made sell for nearly'any

Follows: Drive Service and 1313 W. ,Madison Starke 372-0421 For further or information write Avon call P.O.: brand stereo regardless of age. Vicon
Repair. Complete Fiber Also the long play records at
Sec. 4-9 LICENSE REQUIRES one concerned we can soon clean Drawer n. Lake Geneva 32660. $1 I off regular price at Dah-
up the City of Starke as to stray glass Repair. Custom mer's Discount. ticks
It shall be unlawful for any per- ..,
son to own keep or maintain any and who mangey a dog belongs dogs. I to cannot If he has tell built Boat.Fiberglau. Fishing 1 m 11r1H1 1ill r 1 r11111mi rm i r11 mi rr1rirrmimimrimr:1:1r:1:1:1:1:1j1j:1:1jrr:1:1:111:1m; ::::::::::;:::;::::: :: ::jiImim:; : made to your
dog within the city limits of the
city without first making appli- no collar and license so please .:.;.:. WANTED individual he.rlringreq"ire"enll
collar and license him.
cation for and obtaining a license put a on m
LEW'S at no
Dog licenses can be purchasedat mr DRAFTSMAN TRAINEE
from the City Clerk for each dog Hall for $1.00. WATER FRONT LOTS .....:.
in said City WELDING SHOP additional cos!.
kept city. FOR SALE I
in dan- tii1 i1
running a pack are
Dogs High School graduate some drafting experience
Sec. 4-12 RUNNING: :; AT LARGE PROHIBITED On Crosby Lake and Crosby
It shall be unlawful for any gerous these with no dogs regard will be as destroyed to Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet mi r1 preferred strong in mathematics. Steady employment 1irj 1 Whispering Pines Jtfp- ALL MAKE HEARING

dog of any kind to run at large who they belong to. Do you like wide 8 feet deep) Located on :::;::: fringe benefits excellent opportunity ::;:;;: tel US 301 S. Phone AIDS
within the city limits or to be to pick up your trash after a dog State Road 100 3 miles Westof ::;;:;: with established company. Apply Monday thru ::;:::: 964.8232 REPAIRED
upon the streets of the city at has Just scattered It all over Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca- ti Friday 8:00 till 5:00: P.M.: 1j ji1 AINESVILLE
time, night unless said mobile home HEARINGAID
any : day or your yard? Your neighbor doesn't tion cottage or .. UTILITY TRAILERS
dog conveyance is in an or automobile unless said or dog other is either. prices investment.start at$1.295.00., $200 ::;:::: Owen Joist of Florida Inc. .:;:;::: CUSTOM\ BUILT CO.

muzzled and is accompanied by streets After will 1 considered any dog a on stray the, down and $35.00 month for 34 ;i1if Lincoln City Road (S-100-A) jif GAS AND ELECTRIC 1137 H. W. 23rd Ave.

its the master master's or family some member or unless of if he doesn't have a collar and wa,). (8 1/2 % simple Inter- ;, 1j1:1:1:1jilij .jrjm rmj11jr; WELDING SHEET .METAL BRAZING lnsvlll, Florida 32601)
.5 1 :
m1:1:1j1 ; ; !
said dog is fastened with a leash that license and will Dogs be dealt with collars within Call ""-7701 8 jn.. to 9 :: : rm:1j1:1j1:111:1:11rj1: : : : :: $ ::::::::: 11111j 111rmr1 1i1i11ri1111 1ilri11rirt: TRAILER HITCHES Phone 376-0095
and held by it's master or some pjJVweekdays. tf INSTALLEDLOST
other person for It's master. and licenses will be caught up I, e....N.............................e..-
and the owner notified. Dogs may ;: :

Sec. 4-13 IMPOUNDING; OR DESTRUCTION be claimed by paying a three dol- r LOTS"JTOR- SALE Starke Golf I WANTED: Acreage large or
dollar a day :
lar fee plus a
OF DOGS RUNNING/ AT for pickup every day he U kept In the & Country Club ready for I Ibtd1 i FACTORY HELP NEEDED i bright carpet colors small Buyers waiting reliable
LARGEIt ibw'on or for investment. restore them with Blue Lus- Realty Inc. 2117 N. 'Temple
shall be the duty of the Chief pound. Lot area approximately 1/2 '. tre. Rentelectricshampooerl.' Ave. 964-6609 or 964-
To or
lodge a
of Police or other police officers about a missing dog please call acre and larger. Paved roads : Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able I Devrlck Inc., Builders Hard- 8238. tfchg.
to capture If possible and 964-S400 and leave your name only 3 minutes from town. ,! bodied factory hlp. No experience necessary. : ware & Supplies. Starke Fla.
to Impound, any and all dogs address and phone number. All Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ,j; Steady work overtime, fringe benefits. It FOR SALE 3 nurse ,cows.
found running on the streets of ,. .
complaints will be answered. It tfchg Pete Smith, Lawtey. Itp.I .
the city In violation of this article CUSTOM SEWING-Fashion Fa-
may take or two to get IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK :
to keep them impounded : brics. 114 E. Call St. Phone
until disposed of ai herein there, but I will answer. everyone OPENING AVAILABLE for : ATOWEN : 964-8344. 4tp 12/9

after provided. Any such dog, T male shipper. High school .
cannot be captured and Impounded Thank you, duate. Experience helpful but i : FOR SALEHog and deer puppies .. w r.r..

as provided for herein shall MILTON G. MANSFIELDCity not necessary. Will train an now ready for Call
I be destroyed by the city; police. : aggressive conscientious person Lincoln I City Road Monday through Friday I Males $75, females $65.
With the cooperation of every Starke Dog Catcher Apply in person. Vogue i or write for color photo. Pat
\ ; Manufacturing Co. Route 100. 7:00 A.M. To 5:00: P.M. S Casey Box 303. Matlucha Sta-

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