Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 2, 1971
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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: Two Murdered ,

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Into the sheriff's offlce throughout -

Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish (left) emerges from scene of murder, followed FBI was called in Tuesday nightto i iI the day and night Tuesday

by special Investigators. Woman in uniform Is Mrs. Jordan, Melrose help Investigate a double murder of I. from cars people of varous who descriptions reportedly saw a-

postmistress and stepmother of one of the victims, Mrs. Turner. Cars In two women, and possible abduction of a16yearold .. .\ round the beauty shop Tuesday

foreground belong the two murdered women Keystone Heights school girlIn : .k morning. One employee of

Sheriff'soffice t 'kr'g; l.1 J a convenience store In Melrose
what was described by the had
reported that she seen Mrs.
,; : ,,,..l :
as the worst crime to occur in .' -. ,' Turner in the company of two
or three men she did not recognize -
r Bradford County In many years. ..lIti{ : Monday night, when

they stopped In front of the
The murder
wounds were least 25 calibre.
Dead of gunshot .'4.,_, ,"" >. place of business In a large
AY.a Bobble L. Turner, 38, of Lake weapons were not found. .
; Geneva, and Patricia (Pat) passenger
Miss Marr's body was nude \ '
Marr. 22. of Lake Serena near Reddish said that numerous
of shoes,
w w with the exception
u Melrose. Hoth were beauty; Turner's was nude tire tracks were found in the
and Mrs.
operators at Nell's Style Shop, except for a bra. Their clothes vicinity of the shop,which could
a combination boutique and have been made by a car belonging
not found.
beauty salon on Highway 21 were to the murderers, but
between Keystone Heights and One officer theorized that the he said they could also have
Melrose. The location Is Just women, who came to work a- been made by other cars that
Inside the Bradford County line bout 8:30: and were probably f got to the scene before the
making preparations for their area was roped oft
Missing, and subject of a day's appointments, had been
4 nationwide search, is Valerie ordered to undress, possiblyat Reddish said that a "crime
Valerie Turner
Turner, 16, who is said to have gun point, and then forced scene search" was made of
come to the shop that morn- into the small room, where that there was no appointmentbook the shop by an Alachua County;
Ing for a hair trim by her they' were shot.Bradford there. Mrs. Tkacz said expert and numerous articles
mother. Valerie Is described she knew that the book was taken to be analyzed for possible -
5 feet, 7 Inches tall,with blonde Deputy Dolph Red always kept on the table, but fingerprints and other
hair and blue eyes. When last dish said they did not appuar asked the girl to write down clues.
seen she was wearing a gray to have been sexually molested
her and telephone number
skirt, gray and white striped although final determination and ask Mrs. Turner to Mrs. Turner, a divorcee,
blouse, and brown suede shoes. of this would not be known lived with her daughters Val-
She Is reported to have been until after the autopsy. There call her when she erie, and Kendall, 17, at a

engaged to a Starke youth' ,Mike was no sign\ of aphy.Lcal.trug- Apparently the murders must mobile home park south of
i ..t""w.TF Jackson gle,-he said.Reddish have taken place between 8:45 Keystone Heights on Lake Ge-
Aw kl.fix wl ,> , "R.4 ra k, The bodies of the slain women said that three parses already been accomplished at '. who was married and not
1 w.c were found about 9:30 a. believed to belong to the the time of Mrs. Tkacz's call. living at home.

.,dJ.. m. Tuesday by a patron of two slain women and the missing She stated, however, that the
Nell's Shop. Officers asked that girl were found In the shop'swork be Miss Marr lived with her
... .; tII girl did not appear to excited -
\ ; .. '; A small amount of parents near Melrose
the woman's name not be used area. or nervous as she mightbe
.;;;ojf' -" .. ....,. found In one purse,
.P : "" .J" because of her emotional distress money was expected to be if someone
.. f.","'." .... yiFr..dR7M'aM! ..;.. Tuesday. The patron arrived but none In the others. Papers else had been In the shop at 301) Gas; Sales
I ) .
; ';; A small
been removed.
'I at the shop about 30 minutes had not the time.
'::'f';': .. ...... early for her appointment, metal cash drawer was found Break Record

found the door open, but no open on top of the counter. I Deputy Reddish said late According to :a spot survey
one apparently Inside. The tel- It was empty, and It is not Tuesday night that a preliminary by the Chamber of Commerce,

One of the 'bodies Is placed In ambulance for trip to ephone was ringing and so she known how much If any, money report had been received gasoline sales by service stations -
I Alachua General Hospital for answered It, finding the caller was taken.A from Dr. Klein Indicating that along U. S. 301 In Brad-
autopsy. was Mrs. Duncan, owner of add- more than one weapon had been ford County; reached a record
the shop, who was taking the note of mystery was used in firing the fatal shots, peak during the four day
ed to the tragedy by the statement -
day off. of
and that a tentative report Thanksgiving holiday.
of Mrs. Ida Tkacz of Keystone -
negative had been made on the "We have more traffic on
The patron Informed Mrs. Heights who said she
possibility; that the women had 301 during those four days thanI
Duncan that no one was In 8:45
called the shop at : a.m.
molested.The .
been sexually In all the
the shop, and was told that to Inquire about the time of can
there was only one other place an appointment she had made scene of the murders years' I've been" In said the Seeber gasoline -

wq. that the operators might be-- earlier. She said that a girl Is In an area near the borders business,service station
w 9C.J b a small room, closed off bya answered the phone, saying she of four counties, and Brad- Goodman one

door, which was used to was Mrs. Turner's daughter, ford Deputies Reddish, John operator.John Myers, C of C executive -
store supplies. Mrs. Duncan and that her mother had gone Dempsey, and Robert Creenhad out
vice president, points
suggested that the patron look Into Keystone Heights. ample assistance In their Investigation -
y there. from Deputies of that a large traffic sign was
recently erected at Callahan
When the door was opened adjoining Clay, Putnam, and directing traffic south on 301!,
the two bodies were found lying Mrs. Tkacz said she asked Alachua Counties, as well as and attributes much of the Increase -
It the girl who spoke in a clam, this addition.Another
on the floor In the small spacial to
voice to look In the
subdued ,
space, so that they were par- factor is the recent opening
book by the phone office Gainesville.
.. .... tially touching. Each had been appointment time of her Attorney's of Disney' World near Orlando -
.. shot more than one time bya and tell her the Leads and tips were pouring which Is putting more tour-
A. weapon (or weapons) of at appointment., The girl replied ist travel on 301.


"'''.'r::. J 4 .' ........- / ,,-.. Escape Attempts Foiled At Raiford I ITwo I

\' .; t escape tries were made through with the threat after an opportunity to speak with a courtyard; and the planned

._. during the past week by Inmates igniting the bomb when guards the press, but were told that route to freedom was cut off.
.. --.-... ., '" of the Florida State Prison closed in. no negotiations could be held Apparently finding all exits
= at Raiford and the Reception The six Inmates Involved In until the hostages were freed. blocked, the prisoners ran backto
and Medical Center at Lake the Incident were patients In Dugger said the six prisoners the hospital, overpowered
L Butler. the prison hospital. The four who barricaded themselves two other guards and barricaded
," The latter attempt which took hostages, who were held In a ,n the orison ward when they themselves In the ward with

; place about 6:30: Monday resulted security; cell In one wing of found their escape attempt the four hostages.
In the shooting of one the hospital were a medical blocked took a quantity of drugs Supt. bugger said Wednesdaythat
of the two would-be escapees, technician and a correctional from the ward's informationdesk nothing more had been
who cut their way through the officer, who were in charge where an emergency supply heard from two prisoners who

.- "......::. IIiI---. "... ... .M IT ., ..- ...... .'._..'"__........-- ._ _. .- first of two concentric fences of the hospital ward area, and of narcotic. Is stored. escaped through a prison gatein
surrounding the Institution. two guards( from the main housing After locking the first two an armor-plated fork lift
unit who went to the wardto men in the security; cell, the on November 13. The last wordof
Another victim Is brought from Style Shop and beauty Tower guards fired and hit Investigate the trouble. six inmates tried to flee the the men Is that they are

salon where murders took place. Eugene Carr, who Is serving Prison Superintendent L. E. hospital and scale a prison believed to have pulled off a

2-1/2 years from Volusla County Dugger said the prisoners made fence shrouded In fog. The two bank robbery In Memphis,Term
on a conviction of breakingand several demands, Including hostages however, warned and an attempted holdup In Lou-
entering. The other Inmate "better medical treatment" other officers by yelling isiana.

Apparent Leader Of Bedford Lake Drug Ring Phil Day, was unhurt after
throwing his hands up In surrender -
He is serving a 5-year -- ---.-.----_._._ ._.- across"I.;;

Arrested In Gainesville; Arraignments SetAn robbery ard County sentence, from Brow- I ... .

unemployed Gainesville with the Jacksonville office, arraigned at 1:30: pjn. Monday, extended from the Bedford Lake In an earlier Instance, six 1
hairdresser was arrested last said Tuesday that a war rant had Dec. 13, before U. S. Magistrate area In Clay County southwestward prisoners armed with home- This Year Do
week as the tenth person in been Issued for the arrest of Joseph W. Hatchett in through Gainesville, 0- made knives held four Raiford
a multfmllllon dollar narcotic an eleventh suspect, Greg Willie Federal District Court., Jack- cala, and Tampa. Glnley said prison personnel as hostagesfor
ring operating out of two cottages a student at Santa Fe Junior sonville. All are under $1,000 pushers In the same operation three hours early Sunday Your Christmas
on the north tide of Bed- College, and a brother of bond except Assenza, who agents are also known to be operatingIn / morning until other guards
ford Lake between Starke and Marc Willis who was arrestedin think might possibly be Miami and other Florida closed In through a side door Shopping In Starke
Keystone Heights the original raid at Bed- leader of the ring which had localities.The to foil an attempted prison
ford Lake on November 20. statewide operations. eight original arrests break.

Identified by the Federal Bureau Gary Is believed to have been Assenza was Identified! as the were made In raids on two also Hundreds of Gift Suggestions
of Narcotics and Dangerous the youth who fled through the son-in-law of Florida Supreme cabins on Bedford Lake, where The prisoners were
Drug as Thomas J. Assess woods, making his escape at Court Justice: James C. Ad- agents, carrying $10,000 in armed with a homemade "Mo- 4
25, of 500 S. W. 34th the time of the raid. Cloley klns. Jr. long-time residentof cash, made buys and then seized lotov cocktail" made of a Jar by
fluid with
St., Gainesville, he was released said that Greg's attorney had Gteinesvule, where be was marUuana and various drugs containing lighter a
under SS.OOO ball on a agreed t that hU client would formerly a circuit Judge which had a "street value"of toilet paper wick. They threatened Starke Merchants In

charge of conspiracy to violate surrender voluntarily, and this Glnley said I the other young around $1.5 million to "blow up the entire
federal narcotic laws,and was expected to take place Wed- people were "among a group of place" by tossing the bombat This Issue
possessing controlled IIIe for nesday. U or 12 that he (Assenza) had One of the main drug takenIn the hospital ward's oxygen A
distribution.Bob AU defendants have been released been peddling his stuff." The the raid was commonly known tank., but failed to carry
Gtnley, narcotics agent under bond and will be operation la believed to have as PC P.

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Mrs. Richardson First Christian 1st PresbyterianWomen's Joint Birthday Christmas Play Cookout EnjoyedBy

/Is HonoredAt Young PeopleA Meeting Party EnjoyedPearle Set For Dec. 7 Troop 614

Stork Shower tteiid MeetingTwelve First Presbyterian Women of Wolfred who was 17 Seventy fourth and fifth graders Girl Scout Troop 614, with

the Church met Tuesday night on Nov. 25, and Martha Buck- of the Southslde Elemen- Mrs R.S. Mulllns and Mrs.
Mrs. Mike Richardson was member of the youth at the home of the president ley, who was 17 on Nov. 27, tary School will present a A.J. Eaves leaders, met their
honored at a stork shower Mon rrouo and nlv' adult sponsorsof Mrs Herb Herres. celebrated their birthdays Christmas Play entitled Friendship Troop 351 with Mrs.
It Employe*'* the First Christian Church Following refreshments Patti Garren leader, from
Clubtw ttthe Jointly at a party last Thursday "Christmas on Cloud 25" on
uee State Prison. attended a statewide youth convention served by the hostess, those night at the Wolfred home. December 7. Jacksonville at Neyati Girl
A pink and blue color schemewas at St. Petersburg, Nov. attending the meeting made an This play tunefully relate Scout Camp Saturday for a cook-
carried out throughout the 26-27. Advent Wreath for each mem- how the new angels were
and refreshments gran-
party room. A tall storkgraced The wreath games out.Approximately 50 scouts,
guests ber of the group. ted the privilege of having a
1 Special were the"Tri- were enjoyed by the 15
the refreshment table which
are used as a central pert Christmas like they used to leaders and carents en loved
bunes. Miss Vonda Kay Van teenagers during the evening.
was covered with a white antique service each and hike to
Dyke Miss America, 1965 and of family worship have on Earth. cooking games
handmade cloth over ity the main speaker "Ntetch"Erlckaon. : Sunday for the four weeks preceding The play will be precededby the lake. The flag ceremonyand
blue. At end of the table
one Christmas. PTA fest was also held.
/ a short meeting which song
bowl and Tye- Talley
was a crystal punch
The young people attending will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the
at the other end was a cake:
decorated In pink and blue. s were Mary Frances Goodge, WigginsJordanWed Engagement Told cafetorium in the school DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Natalie Jones. Sandra Tom-
Hostesses Mrs. Michael
Cllbooly.were Mrs. John C.- llnson, Kathy Faulkner Nanncy /In Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye, White- DyalEngagement Mrs. J. D. Odom and Mrs.
Jsapp Mrs. Sammy Richardson !oowen June Thlgpen George Miller were the win-
y Fullwood Mike Sounders Ray announce the approaching marriage ToldMr.
Mrs. Elbert Nettles Mrs. N. ning couple at Duplicate Bridge
Miss Nancy Jordan of Virginia -
B. and r Daughtery Jerry Grlffls Yan- of their daughter Pam- Mrs. Lex Greenand
Rosier Mrs. B.C. jy Tuesday night.
Beach Va. and RobertA.
,4 and Mrs. Odom Thomas
cy Brown James Tomllnson
Spears. ela Sue to Thomas Rex Tal Mrs. G, J. McGrlff were
Wiggins of Norfolk. Va.. son
Forty guests were Invited to Adults accompanlng: the group of Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins Icy, son of Mr. and Mrs.James of Lawtey announce the approaching second and tying for third were
were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith. B. Talley. marriage of their Mussollne
attend. Mrs. Ed Pflester was Mr. and Mrs. John
of Starke, united In
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Faulkner were mar- daughter, Sharon Haye White and
awarded the prize. and Mrs. S.; W. Hamilton
riage Nov. 19 In the Navy
and Mr. and Mr. J.C. Brown to Airman
Gregory Dyal son
The wedding will take place Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr.
2 Jr. Over 1.600 persons attended chapel at Norfolk. Dec, 16 at 8 p.m. in Grace of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Dyal
Dinner Honors ; I IY'a the convention. also of Lawtey.
Following a wedding trip to United Methodist- Church In The wedding will be held Saturday Mrs. C. W.t'halker: and Mrs.
John Williams Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent Wiiilamsburg, Va. and Starke Lawtey with a reception follow Dec. 4, at the United Jean Darby of Gainesville and
Thanksgiving day with Mr. and the couple is residing in Norfolk ing. All friends and relatives Grace Methodist Church in Darby Peek of Lake City were
And Fiancee Mrs. S. A. Weldon and family are Invited to attend. Lawtey. All friends and relatives Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. S.

i e In Macclenny. are Invited to attend. L. Peek Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack William
were hosts at a dinner party
last Thursday night at the Parliament 1r
House In Orlando, hon 7tf
oring their IOn. John and his ,

fiancee Miss Martha Bohannon F --'-. -....,.
following the couple's wed- --I .
ding rehearsal.
The <42 guesu were seated
at six long tables In the ban
quet room. The head table
was centered with a fall floral
arrangement and the five

side tables arrangements.held smaller, similar --1'.1iJ78.:, 'L"-:-"'" -

The honor guests presented

their attendants with personal Lee Strickland Weds
gifts during the dinner.WOITJns Lynda

Club Mr. Garlington t BlandingMiss I SALE DAYS: THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY L..I I

Lynda Lee Strickland bowl were Mrs. Jack Selple

Christmas Tea daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Clay- sister of the bride, and Mrs. OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON
ton Strickland Sr. of KingsleyLake Gary Conklin. MEN'S LONG SLEEVE
The Starke Woman's Club and Junes H. Garllng- Miss Debbie Lueders, of
will have their annual Christmas ton. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jacksonville, kept the bride's SPORT OR DRESS
tea Wednesday, Dec. 8. at H. Garllngton of Fordyce book at a table covered witha i. SHORT SLEEVE
3:30: p.m. in the club house at Ark. were united In marriageon white lace cloth and holdingan l
which time new member. will November 20 at 4 p.m. arrangement of lavender Solids or fancies r KNIT TOPSRib
be honored. Mrs. Jack Hazen in Reynolds Chapel Camp pompoms and pink carnationswith some In bell sleeve PRINT PANTy
and her social committee will Blanding. with Rev. Tommy a memory candle. Ityle. S-X-L.
be In charge.Mr. Howe of Heilbronn Springs of- Assisting In serving and car- TOPS
ficlating. Ing for the guests were Mrs. knit t styles with

Decorating: the altar were two W. B. Mundy, Mrs. L. M. Nor- $300 1 ;.. Button, cuffs & long dustrialzippered placket fronts in
pedestal basket of white gladioli man Jr., Mrs.Townsend Strick- '
cvtlarstyling new
G pompoms and giant mums land and Mrs. Blame 'ihomp- -j r +:: fashion ''colorst'32-:::. I t ,styles-. tyIU."mock. ',ASBtli turtle V .- ,(
'* I a .
1 against a background of branched son.- "Bar"1": .r'I 1p? ,7 colors,
Tra candelabra with burning tapers Following a wedding trip to ,
Orlando and Miami the couple < $ 'OO "
Melgreenery.cock 1 at Yorktown r :
: : ,organist residing the :
and Pete Rowland soloist apartment Jacksonville.The 300
and Mrs. Mickey D n8- provided a program of nuptial bride traveled in a rust\ Jumpsuit MENS
by Wltchlta Palls Texas, a music. with yellow and rust accessories '''Mr
daughter Julie Christine Nov. Woody Strickland was best complemented witha CASUAL FLARE
13. Paternal grandparents are man. Ushers were Townsend yellow orchid corsage. -
Mr. and Mr*. R. O. Oansby and Andy Strickland brother The bride Is a 1968 graduate OR IVYSLACKS .

Starke. of the bride and Dennis Gar- of BUS and 1* employedat ; BONDED PANT .
llngton brother of the groom. State Farm Insurance of .
Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'- Jacksonville. The .
Junior usher were Jeffrey groom received SALEPullon
Brian Savannah Ga.. a son, Norman and Andrew Strickland. his master's degree at r
Patrick. Nov. 26. Maternal Mia Vickie Westmoreland of Henderson State College Ar- $4, style with
grandparent- are Mr. and Mr*. Jacksonville attended a* maid cadelphla Ark. and is a coachat elasticized waist.
T. H. Slade, Starke. of honor. She wore a formal Orange Park High School. e,' band. Flare leg &
of burgundy bridal satin stitched front cr
Mr. and Mr*. Truman Strong, gown with empire waist and long ,, ease. Asst. colors
Girl Scouts Hold
Lawtoy a ion Truman Cor- sleeve featuring a ruffle at MEN'SSWEATERS in 1018.
dell. Nov. 2 at Shand Teach- trimmed in
the wrist pink.
ing Hospital Gainesville. Paternal The waist was accented witha CeremonyGirl s J PANTY HOSEOne
grandparents Mr. and pink velvet bow with floor )
Mr*. Enoch: Strong Jr., Lawtey length streamers Her wide Scout Troop 614 fly-up / $300YOUTHS
Maternal grandparents,Mr.and brimmed hat was made of matching ceremony for Joyce Walnwrlght size stretch fits short,
Mr*. William Lane St.,Starke. bridal satin trimmed with and Investiture for Marlene $500BOYS average and ta II.Stretch ,

velvet ribbon. She carried a Dawson Lou Anne DeBoie,
single pink mum with pink rib- Peggy Cooper and Prisctlla nylonWnudeheel.
Bradford County Hospital announces bon. Beard was held Nov. 18 in the Beige, taupe,
the following births: Bridesmaids were Misses Methodist Fellowship hall. chocolate spice. black &

Mary Rancour: Sharon Selple New patrol leaders receiving -
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar George and Brenda Selple. Junior their cards Included Patty
.Akrkfee Keystone Heights, a bride were Susan Seiple and Mulllns. Andrea Eaves Teresa -
daughter .Celena Marie, Nov. Teena Norman. Their gown Boyce and Cheryl Barker. COWBOY

23. were fashioned identical to that Scouts: earning their badges 2$100FOR 1
of the honor attendant exceptIn during the summer camp and BOOTSBlack
Mr. and Mrs. Conley Joseph
pink with burgundy ribbon. the current Scout year at the
Bush, Starke, a daughter, Sharon 13.3/4 oz. sanforized & brown In
They carried single pink mumswith Court of Awards were: Lynne sizes S'/i-3. b t
Elaine, Nov. 28. navy denim.
pink ribbon : Johns, Debl Overstreet Mar-
Given In marriage by her tha Farabee Peggy Cooper, Lou $600BBOYS
Mr. and Mrs. William Robert father the bride for- Anne Marlene
wore a Dawson REO.200:
Ward Jr. Wlldwood, a son mal gown of bridal satin with Louise Hlmes, Joyce Waln- OUR
William Robert Ward m, Nov. high waist fitted bodies and wrlght Carolyn limes, Andrea $ 700 GIRLS NYLON

25. scooped neckline.: The long silk Eaves, Patty Mulllns, Denise r
organza sleeves were fashionedwith Cissy Nancy Payne Dana Al- SLACK SETS
and M" Curtis Lee
Mr. three puffs, each puff separated .. Irene WatnvrLrht.Bwkv
Forsytti Hampton a daughter, by a fitted band of Sheering Ginger Dixon Julie KANT SLIP FOAM BACK LADIES & GIRLS Nylon stretch striped top
Angela Jill, Nov. 2". and co-ordinated solid
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lace. There was a border of Chambers Morgan myIlls THROW COVERSMachine cOlor' slacks. 7/12.
lace around the skirt and at Collier, Diane Crews. Teresa HOUSE SLIPPER ,
the rise of the waistline was a Boyce Sandra Darley, E- washable fabric Shag fur trim styles
band of Her lena Canova. Lori Norman and no-Iron easy caret! sole $300Sizes
narrow lace. only w/solt & lining. :
CARD OF THANKSWe ornament was a diamond pen- Catherine Shoenlng. CHAIR SIZE SOFA 9-3. 5/10.
with to express our dant. She wore a four-tiered Harriet Hamm Donna Johnson L ijJ!) ;
thanks and appreciation to our veil of silk illusion securedto Morma Johnson Brenda $300 SIZE : L
many friend and neighbor. a crown silk organza bow Gann Rhea Corbett and Elite 2,300FOR
The Grace Baptist Church. edged in pearl She carried Johns will receive badges at $6001 Sizes 3/6x.)
R... l Mrs. Odom. the staff the
a cascade bouquet of glamellla next meeting. Leaders are
of Alachua General Hospital, l with Boston fern accent.A Mrs. R. S. Mulllns and Mrs.
my mother In Baltimore Md., reception: was held In the A. J. Eaves
and my relatives herein Starke. MENS FLANNEL YOUTHS' 500 BOYS UNLINEDC.P.O.JACKETS
Officer' Club at Camp Bland .
>| OO YOUTHS & BIG BOYS 8'A-3. '
for all the kindnesses shown ing. Standing in the receiving: Plaid and patternsblend. in woolMENS 3' 00
3Vi-6. Leather
uppers crepe
during my Illness. Cod..bless line were the bride and groom Directors Sizes S-XL. sole. muslant colors. B/BOYS 600 Sizes Sol
you all Mr*. Duane Mltzell the wedding party the bride'
and fam lr. parent and the groom' mother. To Meet TodayThe HOSIERY 8" HI-TOP SHOES YOUTHS'600 SPORT SHIRTS,

t The mantle in the reception Banlons or Monsanto wear-dated 24'I 00 YOUTHS & BIG BOYS Lea. Long sleeve perm, press poly/ 34 :
room was banked with Chamber of Commerce nylons. Stretch fit all sizes 10FOR ther uppers, crepe sole muse o/Rnvc 700 cot. in solids stripes & (IanFOR 500
magnolia leave and white camellia Board of Governors will meetat 13. tang colors. 83. 3'h-8. cle*. 6-18
OF 12 noon today (Thursday)
We The bride' table was covered at the Carden"Restaurant. A. 4 Cottons. cute elastic 3 4 3 t
would like'to rayons
take this BOXER SLACKS 100 Choice of solid white white 100
with a lace cloth and mong the business to be transacted Sizes 3/0 100 leg briefs. White & colors in or
opportunity to
preciation; express our ap.lYsryone centered with a four-tiered will be the nomination 2-14,. w/strlpe 'top. 6/8'/j, 9/11.
: and gratitude of a president-elect and a treasurer -
o wedding cake topped with wedding -
for their financial bells. for the coming year. MIX or MATCH PLAID GROUP LADIES PANTIES BOYS UNDERWEAR
Encircling: the cake:
ferings, food, beautiful\ flowers were sprig of fern and lavender The board will also discuss GIRLS different outfits 200 Nylon'eatinelasticlegbriefs.' 2t 1 00 Full cut briefs' and T-shirts. FaRtI.QQwith
and other act and word of >pompon> Cutting: the cake the possibility of having a new acrylic co-ordinates. White only sizes 9-10. FOR White In S-XL.
kindness, sympathy, and pray* were Mrs. June Seiple, sister National Cemetery for Florida
ere during the recent illness of the bride and Mrs. Ray established at Camp Standing GIRLS PLAID ACRYLIC LADIES PANTIES DECORATOR TOSS PILLOWS
and death of our loved one, Durban. SLACKS 2 eoo Acetate tricot elastic' leg briefs 3 .2
1 P. Rafuse. We would Ilk wie"loviwith :: Assorted sizes & 100 Pleasingly' plump pillow I In 300
The puncJtabl.: : colors, FOR W white & colors sizes 5- FOg FOBALWAYS
Mr. and Mrs Morri decorator
to Virgil colors.
express our special thank a bridal lace cloth and 10. Guaranteed 1 year. '
to Dr. J. W. Patray, Lawtey held two silver candelabra decorated son Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mwrlson
Marshal M. M. Butch) Jordan with pink gladioli and and Mr. and Mrs Gear*.*

and the entire staff of lavender pompoms.,Centering Morrison and families of Lees- 1st QUALITY
DeWW C. Joss Funeral Home. the table was a crystal punch burg were Thanksgiving guestsof CN rMe
-The family of L. P. Rafuse. bowl. Presiding at the punch Mr. and Mr*. Henry Mor-

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-
dale, who were camping at Gold
Iopte (Head Branch Wednesday to Frl-
&]'.. day had as Thanksgiving guests
< Mr. and Mrs. J.y{. Home at
Gulf Breeze, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Williams of New Port
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Sheppard Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dixon and Mrs. J.H. Moseley returned Richey, Mrs. Betty Murray and
of Brunswick Ga. were family of Nashville,Term spent Tuesday from a month's visit nlete of St. George S.C Mr.
Sunday guests of Mrs. Kate last week with Mr. and Mrt. with her son and daughter-in- and Mrs. James O'Brlan of
Sheppard and Monday guests of Don Bagwell. law. Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley Fort Walton Beach, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. in Knoxville, Term. Mrs. J.W. Home of Hampton,
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson and Mrs. C.G. Barksdale of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H I!. Mon- spent the weekend with Mr Dr. and Mrs. II.G. Bellinger Hampton Lake and their fam- ,
crlef spent Wednesday to Sun- and Mrs. LaRue Williams at and F.E. Bellinger spent the ilies.
day with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ormond Beach. long weekend with their son- Mrs. Nancy Gunter underwent
Underlll Indlatlandc. in-law arid daughter Mr. and surgery In Gainesville Med-
Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Strick- Mrs. William Breiand in Hat. ical Center Thursday.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paulette land, who have recently tlesburg. Miss. They were
of Macon, Ga., Mrs. Techla returned from tour of dutyin Joined by Miss Marilyn Bol- J. L. Gentry spent
McGriff of Jacksonville and Bad Kreuznach, Germany linger from Samford UnI- Thanksgiving with her son-in-
Mrs. If. T. Smith and Mrs. spent several days the past law and daughter, !4r. and Mrs. ISCOM
Ruby Wolf of Santa Fe Lake week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasten Hoist C. Iteall Jr. and family
were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Strickland and famllv were Thanksgiving In Macon, Ga. The Bealls spent
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. and family. Sgt. Strickland I.a Is day guests of Mr. and Mrs.Roy the weekend here with Mrs.
member of the' 1969 U.S. Chasteen at Lake Geneva. Gentry.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Parachute Team and he is the ; ING
spent Wednesday to Sunday with current National Accuracy Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Mcintyreand Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr. Champion. Ills name appears on family of Ponte Vera Beach was Thursday to Monday
in Garland Texas. They attended 63 world records. He will leave Mrs. J.E. Mcintyre of Jacksonville guest of her sister, Mrs. W.
the Rams-Cowboy! gameat Dec. 15 for his third tour of and Mr. and Mrs. C.J. E. Mlddleton.
Texas stadium Thursday. duty In Vietnam. Herrlngton of Palatka were
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. I logon
Miss June (Hardy of FSU Thanksgiving
spent day guests of Mr.
visited their son-in-law and
the long weekend with her sis Bud Schuler and daughter. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre.
ter, Miss Jayne Hardy In Atlanta Karen, of New Orleans, La. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom- 70FEDERAL
and attended the Geor- spent Wednesday to Saturdaywith Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin my Ray and family in Pensa- NEW
gia-Georgia Tech game Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. W.R. RI- and family, Mrs. Eve Baldwin, cola from Thursday to Satur-
day night. chardson. and Keith Carter attended the day. EXCISE
John Williams-Martha Bohan-
George Canova, Administrator Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel and
non wedding Friday afternoonin
Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wigginshad of Bradford County I Hospital Orlando, and visited Disney sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Ned 1972
as Thanksgiving guests, Florida Hospital TAX REBATE
attended the NE World on Saturday.Mr. Couey in DeFunlak Springs Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Wiggins, Association convention in day and Saturday.
Falrburn, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Hollywood, Monday to Wednes- and Mrs. Mack Williams '+w 1
Robert Wiggins, Norfolk, Va.. day. Attending Hospital Auxiliary Frank Williams, Tommy Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel Starke, convention also in Hollywood Lendon and Mr. and Mrs. R. CHEVROLETS ONNEW
Miss Mary Williams, Hampton were Miss Lillian Stump, A. Colson attended the Wtl- Byron Roberts was a patientIn
Mr. and Mrs. James Wig Mrs. J.R. Kite and Mrs. R.C. llams-Bohannon wedding in Orlando Bradford County Hospital '
gins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buford. Friday afternoon.Mr. Tuesday to Friday of last week. ,
Hemmlngway, Jr. and Mr. and AT -' CARSIF
Mrs. Leo Wiggins, Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson and Mrs. R.L Autry and Local admittances to Bradford .
ville. of Boston, Mass. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Autry County Hospital this week

Mrs. Edith Christiansen* Is Mrs. W.S. Vanderlip Jr. of and daughter spent last Thurs- Include: Mrs.Josephine Strand- APPROVED
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. Tucker, Ga. were guests during day and Friday with Mr. and berg, Melrose; George Faulk- 1971 PRICES BY CONGREr3
weekend of Mr. and
W. Beasley In Gainesville Tues Mrs. Martin Roberts in Wau- ner, Mrs. Dora Johnson and
day to Friday. Mrs. Harry Mooty. chula. Guilford Arnold, Lake Butler;
Mrs. Edna Demarest and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. lt. E. McLarlnand Mrs. T.II. Slade is visitingher Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Townsendand Isabel Firth, Keystone Heights;
of Panama City son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Mrs. Okla Stewart and Leslie
daughter weekend of Mrs.O. ;. Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Brian Crosby: and daughers were Prevail, Lawtey Mrs. Joan
were guests and sons In Savannah, Ga. this ; NOW IS THE TIMETo
Thanksgiving of
day guests
L. Haynes Sr. week. Harley, Mrs. Edna Sauve Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. M.E Glisson in Ruth Lee, Mrs. Mary Phillips,
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Jacksonville John Powell Mrs. Fannie
and Mrs. W.D. Hamilton
and family of Tampa were week- and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peking Reams Mrs. Maude McDonald, Buy Your New Chevrolet Or OIL n1ohi1c
end guests of Mrs. Shellle of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Coooer Willis C. Broughton, and Mrs.

Gerle. tl 1. Thomson and son, Henry had and Thanksgiving Mrs. Alex day Perryman guests Mildred Rhodes, Starke. JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS
of Monticello, and Mrs. John
and f Mrs.
Mrs. J. A. Griffin Mrs. V. son o Gainesville Robert Haller of Lakelandwas
of Ga.
Griffin Ochlochnee were
J f, Spengler and Mrs. D. L. Jimmy Sue Castleberry and son Friday and Saturday guestof
weekend guests"of Mr, and
Rardon attended a coffee at of Ocala and Mrs.James Cooperof ) Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin.
the home of Gen. and Mrs. Mrs. Brian Hamilton. They attended Chlefland. In My Many Years In The Car Business Never HaveI
the christening of William -
Henry McMillan In St. Augus- Mrs. Essie Hardenbrook of
tine Saturday. Brian Hamilton Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooperand Greenville, S. C. and Bobby Seen So Many Advantages To Buying A New Car
the First Presbyterian Church.
sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Hardenbrook of Jacksonvillewere
Mrs. Nelson Green and Miss Marvin Rank In Gulfport Miss. Saturday guests of Mr. As
Beth Wimberly are In Winter Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook.Sen. NOW !
Haven caring for II. C. Wim- Sr. spent Wednesday to SundayIn Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran-
berly while Mrs. H. C. Wim- Fort Tj iMtar<1nlfl' with Mr ham and daughter: were Thanks- and Mrs. Charley Johns
berly Is In the hospital following and Mrs. Harrison Jr.and family giving supper guests of Mr.and have returned after several
surgery Wednesday. Mrs. S.E. Branham in Palatka weeks at their home In Glen- '
vllle, N. C. 1. 72'S AT 71 PRICES!
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and
e i ih daughter, Anne, spent the long 2. 7% FEDERAL TAX REBATE!
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
,, George H. Stevenson and fam- '
/; q __ ily In Atlanta, Ga.

1N Ricky Johns of Howey Academy FOR THIS TIME CF THE YEAR!
e was home for the long
1' 1. I E' weekend. Dale Johns of the (
Gordon Military College Is
home through the Thanksgivingand I.\ SO FAR NO PRICE INCREASE ON '72'S

-. REALTONE AM-FM Open Sunday Afternoon Christmas holidays. IN EFFECT!
.. '! Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett
y .. ; RADIO and daughter of Jacksonville,
1't".' i-. '.- ; ':J iu 1, battery Portable" Included with'' earphone cord"" && Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and 5. WE' NEED GOOD CLEAN USED CARS LIKE

,I AUDION sons and Mrs. F. J. Shaw were NEVER BEFORE!
CII' aGa.$ Thanksgiving guests of !Mr. and
$1394 DELUXE INTERLUDE Mrs. Gene Shaw.

127,88 ELECTRIC ORGAN Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw 6. It's Christinas .
and sons of Jacksonville and
REALTONE I.Iii Mr. and Mrs. Rube Beecher of

EASY READ Lyons, Ga. spent the long week-
?-- end at the Shaw home on Kings- -W
L 60 mm, SIMP, twitch

OUR vJ a as Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis What Better Time Is There

I KEOtit IS. $2681 t and long twins weekend of with Perry her spent parents the, ?

: Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay
I Mrs. Dennis Williams and
TAPE PLAYER children of Largo and Mr. and
I W/AM RADIO Mrs. John Spengler of Gaines-
Op.rat... on batianaa or ville Thanksgiving
were guestsof
buitl-tn AC Ima cord" BALDWIN
-' U w Cigarette, Il0h|,.r cord" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham. CHEVROLETOLDSILL
..oapl.r..ea .

:: Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark
O '5114$5763 son, Steve, and daughter,Joyce,
37 note keyboard & 12 chord keys produce spent Thanksgiving weekend
rich drgan tones. Comes with, bench. with :Mr.( and Mrs. Ben Saxon
WARING Instructions & 5 song books( : Melbourne.: ( NOT BE UNDERSOLD !

97SUPER Mrs. V'ergle Flynn had as
BlENDER guests during the long week-
J I 99 end Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Waters -
//iii 14 Speed I and son, Douglas and Mr.

SAVER and Tallahassee Mrs. Frank and Mrs.Dennard Bessie of Get Any Deal You Want To From Any Other Dealer
Reg. $22.83
:-. Gainesville.Mr.Faxon and .daughter, Donna of Anywhere And See Us LAST %NI) WK "'ILL'I'It:11)E:

: = MUNCEY and Mrs. Dewey Warren
I- $1863 CORN POPPER of Waycross, Ga. spent) We Cci/i't Put It Under The/ Christina: 1'rf'lut II' 'e CUll;
the weekend with her mother,
Tasty mack 3 qt. cipieity :Mrs.( J. S. Sapp and family. Pull, In The/ Drivtway.SEE .
PUNCH BOWL SET Mrs. Sapp returned to Way-

R.g. 26 Pieces. iEa 333 weeks cross with visit.the Warrens for two
$3.99 $3.33
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and
daughter Evelyn were week- US BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE
end guests of Mrs. Georgia
11 CUP Griffin In Manchester, Ga.Eve-
*. I TEFLON PORCELAIN lyn was a bridesmaid In the
3 Iy COOKWARE Diane Walton-John Fuller wed-
0 cor" tiv' pat if cups 01p1.1.01 Poppy, tvacado and hir- ding In Woodbury, Ga. Friday W al, afternoon.

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Our son. Charles Whitehead, a nice time and at 8 p.m. we .
Reno and his wife daughters were started home arriving about W'
home for Thanksgiving. Also 3 a.m. Saturday very very
News our daughter Mrs.George Bishop tired, but looking forward to [I
and family. another trip when not so crowd-
BeverageViolation ed.
Mr. Drake of Jacksonville h (.:
Eahelh Given Walker spent the weekend with Mr. and ROUNDUP DAY ." '
Mrs. A. B. Whltehead Jr. and Sunday was Roundup Day at r
family. Pine Level and the church was ..'.1'
DELL CHAPTER OES at 4 Evening Service 6 "J
levi! James Williams, own Dell Chapter will hold Its p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hartung also really packed. Some rode horses ,",..,
er of a cafe on east Brown- regular meeting tonight(Thurs- p.m.Greater Allen Chapel AME had his parents all the way and the girls wore their
lee Street In Reno was found day) Dec. 2 at 9 o'clock In the Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas from Texas for a week. long dresses. Speaking of horses ., "{f:.
Bro. should
frailty of two liquor law violations Masonic Hall on Brownlee 51. tor. Sunday School, 10' a.m. With Thanksgiving over, we ride ',
after a jury trial before All members are asked to Lovefeast Service, II a.m.Communion can start thinking about hog ant more hart often In, hr as his rnupht out-ran Evorv-him j jiol
Bradford County Judge please be present and on time. will be given in the R killing and good old cane grind- I H \
Theron Yawn and was' fined Business of vital Importance.The p.m. service. All members are Ing time but tills is almosta one enjoyed the bountiful dinner J">
a total 0$502.Williams chapter will have a pro- asked to pledge their full cooperation thing of the past. ; then at 1:30 the youngpeople's !
building dedicated.
was tried on charges gram on Sunday Dec. 12. at this conference year was .1
of selling alcoholic bev- Bethlehem Freewill Baptist\ for the success of the church. ENJOYABLE TRIP It's very beautiful Bro.
erages at his place at 1:30: Church at 2 p.m. The publicis TO DISNEY WORLD Harvey of Lawtey delivered the Y'"
a.m. on Oct. 3 (legal cloning Invited. Friday morning at 6.30: about sermon, and Bro. Kingston of y
hour Is midnight)and of sellingan e e eWe 55 young people of Pine Level Texas brought the 11 o'clock L ''e'el'
alchollc beverage to a minor GIRL SCOUT TROOP 626 don't like to bug our 'fellow I- Church and their friends were message. The young people .
James Clark. Williamswas All Girl Scouts are asked to citizen: but we hope the loaded on the church bus and sang. They are really doing a ,
fined on both accounts$251. meet each Monday at 5 p.m. at gentleman who paid {7,000at we all started out for Walt great job In the church. I :'t
Clark was charged with pos- IUE School In room 4-D. auction for/ a bottle/ of win Disney World. With lots of stops Well our new pastorlum has r..rn.
session of alcoholic beverageby to celebrate his wedding anntvtrtary /- and mistakes we finally arrived finally started to grow--some- f
a minor with his case being CHURCH NEWS next May will let ta there at 11:30 and I have thing that is really needed, and x.ww
tried In conjunction/ with WUHams. Church in the Lord has blessed all of :
Ebenezer Baptist know how it tastes' never seen so many pooplp .
Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. all my life. But we all had the works. :

Clark too, was found guilty Thursday night Prayer Meeting ........ .-.... .-.... .-.... .-.... I
and was fined $101. Friday night an appreciationwith
Each of the defendants took
Robinson and his
Rev. congregation -
the stand and denied the char In of service. S
charge MAY WE
ges. County Prosecutor George Sunday School will start the I : FASHION FA RICS
Tierce used testimony by state services at 9:45.: Morning ser- : I
beverage agent L. K.Brown andsheriffs vice at II. Elizabeth G. Walker GENTLY REMIND YOU
deputy John F. Demp- speaker. At 3 p.m. Rev.Walker
sey In presenting the state's and congregation from Putnam FOREMOST IN QUALITY
case. Hall will be in charge of ser- OF OUR
Other recent cases disposed 114 W. ;
vice. the Junior iholr will pro- OAL! STREET PHONE 964-8344
of were: vide music.The public is invitedto

Michael J. Clancy and Daniel attend. I LOW-COST AUTO LOANS
E. Carter, each charged Greater Bethlehem Freewill save! : :
with voluntary Intoxication,pled Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper
Williams Pastor. Monday night, i
guilty and were each fined $25: ,
When car acts see us for instant relief.In .
plus court cost. Mentor Lholr; Rehearsal. Tues- your up,
Samuel Clark pled guilty to day night Choir No. 3 and Ushers i I the long run, our fast, thrifty Auto Loans t=
Board No 2 will meet.
malicious Injury (breaking
glass windows of a house trailer Wednesday night Prayer Meet- may cost less than you'd pay for repair bills. i
owned by Mary Blocker on ing. Thursday night the Ladles Bonded
Oct. 15) and was sentenced to Circle will meet at the home Acrylic
30 days In the county Jail. of Mrs. Ida Bunch. Friday night
Prayer Band will meet at the _1 FLORIDABANK
Another charge of using profane '' 54" 1 :
to 58" Wide
language was dropped by home of Mrs.Elizabeth Wright. '
Pierce. Saturday the Ushers will sell $4,50 A $4.98 yard -r
Charges against Lawrence dinners from the kitchen. At 6
Norton O'Neal of allowing alcoholic p.m. the MonthlySunday School ; AT STARKE
beverages to be con- Teachers Conference will be
sumed after hours were also held. All teachers are asked to SALE $ 98 i'-
dismissed by the court on mo- please be present. Sunday Is Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ;
tion by Pierce. Pastoral Dav. E I
Thomas J. Anderson was Sunday School at 9:30.: Morn- I, ., e< 4& YARD : : Subsidiary of Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc. ;,
found guilty on three counts of Ing service at 11. Dinner will .I
Issuing and worthless checks by a be served at 12 noon. League . . . &
Jury was fined $26 and ordered -

to make restitution or : "' I oL 5'-f: IL ... I .....
fifteen days In the county Jail -
on each charge. r '

assault with 30 Van days assault Harold to In and a Jail.charge was and Prescott fined battery of charged$151 simple pled or 8 Don't Toy Around Clyde And Ermie I

Jimmy Clifford Cllland, Jr.
also changed his plea to guilty -
on a charge of trespassing

and was fined $51 or 5 days .... .
by Judge Yawn. x Have A Better R r r :
Oliver .Crum forfeited $?6. M M MM
and bond battery.ore'a charge of assault

Roger L. Hall also changed
Ms plea to guilty to a charge wa'v 1J
of worthless check and was
fined $26 and ordered to make IDEA '
restitution ti I r J f
Charges of permitting live- !}
stock to run at large against M

John the P.county.Steyer were droppedby S ; For The Family This MN

Thus while 21 cases had ; tL1/
been scheduled for trial only :
four cases materialized. M '.:<
Pierce said the public must
recognize the right of a defendant -
to plead Innocent at M

one stage then to of change the proceedingsand his pleato ff r :x xj

guilty at the \time of his
trial. Admitting that It is often ff ffM
a move to stall for timeor
gain It. This can be readily -
appreciated by anyone plac-
ing himself In the role of a Santa Can't L1'I ; .
defendant. M
U Judge Yawn said that In the
future only those cases will cr Get It Under M {s
be placed on the, trial calen- N N .
dar In which witnesses have c (,.
been questioned previously and \t
the cases ready for submission & The Tree
to a Jury.Gadget I M

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senting the family of Mr. and the transition from big city: horizon with photography and he emerged with the honor. Including the kids I Paul, 17, morning.
KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS Mrs. Frederick Phillips. to small town. They are In stamp collecting being his most of The Bronze Star and the a student In Bradford High Mr. and Mrs. John Hall were
The Phlllipses'' moved here terested'In becoming InvolvedIn i recent endeavors. Past Interests Purple Heart. School Kathleen, IS:,and Mar here from Atlanta Ga. visitinghis
Please forgive the absenceof last month and bought the old activities for the betterment Include: stock-car racing, Mrs. Phillips (Elna), while garet, 13, both enrolled in Bradford parents. His visit also
last week's Insert. Becauseof Collins house, and now reside of the community and during which time he belongedto her husband has been following Middle School and presently let him see a sister Mrs.
circumstances beyond my there with their five chil promise to be conscientiousand : 'I F the NASCAR Association.His : where Ms preference lead, In Hampton Elementary; Margaret Crawford, In Hamp
control. I was unable to obtain dren. civic-minded citizens.Mr. skills, as an occupation, has by no means remained Idle their two Frederick
youngest -
an Interview. I shall now Mr and Mrs. Phillips are Phillips (Fred) offers were bent towards s mechanical herself. Aside from Raising are Jr., and; Barbara Jean, ton.Mrs.. Lillian L. Hall retired
like to make amends by pre- native New Yorkers and relish seven ;years of experience as tendency; as he spent 15 five children (she is still In aged 10 and :5. Saturday from employment at
rt ;years as an auto radiator re- the process, by the way) she The family Is anxious to make Stump's Store In Starke. "I
OBQUCVI pairman. His most recent line has been kept busy with such the acquaintance of Hampton's will miss all the ladles and

Some Folks Run Their York of work, and, both after while moving In. New duties service,as being running owner a catering tor, residents and I'm sure anyone Miss Stump) but I'll enjoy beingat
1. here topers would be glad to make friends home. All were very; nice:
I Is ownership of a lounge, in and talented chef. workIng
with them.ITEMS to me and I've enjoyed -
,this case, a Joint venture of prove a point, she spent 11 Thank
both husband and wife. In their working In a hospital, with everyone.; you
;years ,"
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former residence the food handling I department one
of East Islip in
Long Island,. New York, and of course, helpingher Mr. with and Mr.Mrs.and Otto Mrs.Hicks Frank, Mrs. Hall said.
t tt along
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E-w Fred's mllitary.csreer Is not Hampton after scouting In the Tuesday for Washington! D. C.where Since crime seems to be
without mention in that he area for the past three or four they visited the Grover
served with the Army for six ;years. Elna preceded her husband Cox, Jr. family. While there, better organised, thin other
.. enterprise maybe
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;years completing his duty with
I they; also visited Frank Hicks'son crooks could be persuaded to
a volunteer fireman and hopesto the rank of Sergeant First kids with her. She stayed Alvin, and a daughter tike jobs as management
r :: aid In the revitalization of Class His years of service with her father In law Elaine. Highlights of the trip consultants.
the aforementioned in Hamp occurred during the time of in Starke. were seeing snow and touring
ton. His talents cover a wide the Korean War, from which The family seems quite con Mount Vernon. The e s eI.1Ieteete
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Grace United Methodist: Sun- Church of God: Sunday School Wendell Kelly of Belleglade Mrs. Frank Cruce and daughter /
day School 9:45: ; Worship services 10 a. m.; Worship service I LAWTEYMrs. By Em Blanchard **. spent the weekend with Mr. Lucinda, and Mrs. V, L.
11 ajn. and 7 p.m.; Choir 11 and 7:30 p.m. Family night and Mrs. 11. C. Kelly Starling and daughters Sheila
practice Wednesday 8 Wednesday son Charles spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Prtscllla,
p.m. 7:30
; : p.m. were visiting
C. R. Crews and Glen- Mrs. J. B. Gaskins and Mrs. Robert II. Rhoton of Jacksonville
Prayer meeting 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark were visiting Mrs.Thelma Kelly Mrs. Starling's son, Vernon,
and family I In Jacksonville. ann spent Wednesday to Sunday Coleman Phillips were visit who are remembered a* In Gainesville, on Sunday
Highland Baptist: Sunday In Sunland !Hospital
with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy ing In Jacksonville Monday of Lena and Madeltn, and Mrs. recently.
O. J. Souther-
and Mrs.
9:45 p.m.; Worship ser Clayton and TommyJr.inJacksomille. last week. Jim B. Glower, formerly Nell aMran Mrs.. H.. E. From there they went to the
vices 11 land had a family gettogether.Those Priest Cruce's
HiHHHHHRBBHlHHBiFLOkl&T a.m. and 7:30 p.m.: home of Mrs. daughter,
They all spent Thureday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Owens Bradley, were visiting Miss
Prayer 7:36p.m. enjoying this occasion Mrs. Truby Walnwrlght, Mrs.
meeting Wednesday Mrs. Arnie Gene Duncan, and
with Mr. Clayton's par- and family of North Carolina Enza Blanchard and Miss Ar-
followed were Mr. and Mrs.James Hall Ernest Wells and Miss Enza
by choir practice family for dinner, retutnlnghome
of GaInesville Mrs. James ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A.Clay- spent the weekend with her thurlne on Saturday. Blanchard attended Sunday eve-
Strickland of Starke, Mrs.Per- ton, In St. Augustine norenU. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard liar- ning services at the Methodist visit to Friday Tallahassee.Mrs. night after. a hlce
Mrs. Joyce Futch spent the DIxon.: Other visitors duringthe ley were visiting their family,
THANKSGIVING OBSERVEDBY Newsome of !fetarke. and Church In Lake Butler and heard Alice Austin Is
weekend with Miss Elizabeth weekend were Mr. and Mrs. here during the weekend. reported -
LAWTEY FOLK Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Clark of Dr. Thomas Albert Carruth to be
improving satisfactorily
Terry and the Benton Futch Tip Dixon of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. James Andersand Director of Department of -
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips Lawtey. [ In
University Medical
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: and family were dinner Mrs. O. J. Phillip spent the family. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. family of Palatka were Praver and Spiritual Life, As- Center, Gainesville.;
Sunday 3:00: guests of her mother, Ma- day with Mr. and Mrs. Le.lIePhIlJ.lpe Hester Hicks were Mr. and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. bury Theological Seminary,
Saturday I:00 Mrs. PERSONALSMrs. Mrs. Jimmie Hogan, Mrs. Joe and Mrs. O. J. Anders. Sympathy is extended to the
and In Jacksonville Wilmore, Ky.
rie McClellan In Lake City. sons family of the late L. P. Ka-
Truby Wainwright spent Logan and daughter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hew-
FRI. SAT. Those attending the Padgett
SUN. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hodges fuse In their
Dinner guests of Mr. and last week with Mr. and Mrs. and son Hobby, Mrs. Cora Hodges ett and son of Tallahassee family reunion at Lake Wales bereavement.
DEC. 3 4 gave a family dinner. Tho.etaldng Jack and family In and Mrs. Marian Mars, visiting Mrs. Hewett's ,
5 Wainwright parents
part In this pleasant affair Mrs. M. C. Kelly were her last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. .
brother-in-law and sister Mr. Way cross, Ga. all of Jacksonville Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs, Harry Wilkerson, Mr. and Mrs. C
were Mr. and Mrs. Gene
SHOW STARTS AT Murphy and Miss Lois Burton and Mrs.Sid Starling and grand- Sunday supper guests of Mr. Mrs. Bill Wolfe, Blllle and on Friday. W. M. GrlTfls and daughters, Medical research now Inrtt-
5:00: Sat. Sun. of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. D. son Gerry Starling of Atlanta, and Mrs. Coleman Phillips and Dan of Wilmington,, Del. and Mr. and Mrs. George Teston Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor and rates Hint people who smoke
her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford of Jacksonville
family were were visiting hnuldnt drive '
G. Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. Ga. and their son-in-law and daughters, Mrs. Elsie Norman, Mrotlnr It M
Charles Sweat of Orlando,Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wlnefred Christian, and Mrs. and children. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and and Mr. and Mrs. James Nor- bad a mix with gatollne a.
Harold Kite of Jacksonville, Morgan of Albany, Ga. Minnie Anne Larsen of Ocala. !Mrs. John R. Chiles and Mrs. family on Sunday. man and sons. alcohol.
LITTLE BIG MAN Mr. and Mrs. Emmttt Nortonof Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders 1PfI "';A"'" '-k""JI*'.L 1"'!' -:...z..z..J.:7"P P..r.'" _N _""' _& ._
KIngsley Lake, Mrs. Mary spent the day with Mr. and
Gibson and Mrs. Callas Fin- Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and fam- '
NEGLECTED HERO IN HISTORY ley of Ralford, Mr. and Mrs. ily In Jacksonville. s SO/W/W
Henry M lodges of Lawtey, and Mr. and Mr. Harley Har- ",
OR\A LIAR OF INSANE his mother, Mrs. Emma Hodges rington and son of Orlando
of Starke. brought dinner to the homeof I t/wDgRgjL
PROPORTION! Miss Arttiurlne Blanchard, her grandparent, Mr. and C
Mrs. Bill Harrell and Miss Mrs. A. D. Dobbs, and they
Reddick of Jacksonville and all enjoyed the meal together
Miss Enza Blanchard enjoyed e
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The tournament will be held
Sunday, Dec 5.Teams will consist
of one member and one
: Y prospective member with. the

club memOIr having as many
Bradford High's fighting Tornadoes teams as he wishes.
coming off their first Scoring will be figured by
winning season since 1968 will the Calloway system so any-
travel to the Sunshine Bowl In one has a chance to win. Entry
& Ocala Friday night to take on t fi fee will be $3 per team with
Ocala Forrest. rn merchandise prizes for first
"Ocala Is the finest team five places. Every club i. .Tiber
we have seen since Palatka and any member of his tamtly I
South" said Head Tornado is eligible to play, sucnas wife,
Coach David Hurse. son, daughter, etc.
cicala nas won their last seven Following the tournament the
I straight games against only +l membership will sponsor cov-
i three set backs. Forrest closed ered dish supper to begin at
out their season two weeks r 6:30: p.m. for everyone even If
ago with a sound 28-7 win you didn't play in the tourna-
over Leesburg who Is In the ment.

ter state play-offs. If you would like to participate
According to BBS scouting In the tournament or the
reports Ocala Is everything _* ,. dinner, or both, and haven't

you"They're would big,want aggressive In a ,team.have __ -___._._ _-n _,_ ____._- __;._.,.,____,______, call been the contacted pro shop by a so member you can
real good speed In the backfield -
get starting time and
and are quick off the Victory at the Sunshine Bowl may well depend on whether or not the Tornado member. All tnam! will a team be

,- .-- --- -W ball. defense (shown here in one of' their dramatic goal line against Palatka South) can assigned a starting time so
Sophomore quarterback Greg stop Oca o's awsome running attack. be sure to check Saturday for
Top row (L.R) Woody Strickland, Bob Ferguson, Charles Capell and Marcus Jones directs the team. Accord- your place on the schedule.CinLDREN'SDXY .
Rhoden. Ing to Coach Nurse Jones Is ,

Members of Badcock's Men's championship flag football are: Bottom row real quick and likes to run lop.With Along with making the fewest the vear to come. I'orrcst's
the ball, but Is also a good his great size and speed, mistakes, added Hurse.
(L-R) Townsend Strickland, John Watson, and Ronnie Thomas. passer and Ocala gives him Green leads Ocala defensive "This has been our most starting lineup are all experIenced On Saturday morning Dec. 4,
good pass protection. four and Is labeled as extremely successful year In a long time" seniors with the exception the driving range will be openso
"They have two real good ) tough. said Hurse. "We have paid the of only two players. children of the area can try

Neves And Activities From backs Carlos Green and Ran- "Defensively they have real price to be winners and the Game time for tomorrow their hand at golf. If you have
dy Williams, who have real good good size" said lIurse. "Their boys deserve a chance to go night's game (Dec. 3) will be young children who are Interested -
speed and are hard runners," middle four led by Green all to a bowl." 8:00: at the new Ocala Boosters In the game this Is a
THE RECREATION CENTERBADCOCK said the Head Tornado. weigh In at about 200 pounds." A bright side Is that Bradford Club Stadium which Is a new chance for them to take a
According to scouting reports "They are Just an extremelywell will be starting only four one on the way to Silver Springs. few strokes at the ball.
Williams ball real fast balanced team. Both teams seniors In the game which gives Tickets are on sale at Bradford -
FURNITURE The last play came as Rhounderway, All boys ages 7- and loves to play Against have had a two week lay-o\er BUS supporters a lot to look High School at one dollar :NEW YEAR'S: EVE
WINS MEN'S LEAGUE den cut between two defenders 8-9 and 10-11-12.13 who Still Leesburg Williams ran back and are so even'y matched that forward to next year. for students and two dollars Big plans are already under
Badcock Furniture, after lOllIng and in their attempt to wish to play may do so by the first punt for a TD. "It the winner will be which ever Ocala on the other hand will for adults. way for the annual :New> ear's'
a game by a forfeit two stop him, they collided and had registering at the Pratt Streetto he gets In the open he will team Is most up for the aame." be hurting for experience In Eve dance at tile club. Music
weeks ago, had to come from be taken for medical attenCenter or the Recreation Department be hard to catch." will be by the Jim Strickland
Nov. 24 tion. offlces.! They should A good example of Ocala's -- - - - - -- -
behind, Wednesday, rt combo
so start
to beat Draw-Tito In a game League rules state that ,a do this as soon as possible size Is fullback Green who making plans
now to be
which was stopped early In team may not start or continue as practice has begun and games weighs 210 pounds, while Brad- | Civilans Hear Vo Tech Head Tell Progress I j gala affair.there to enjoy this

'the second half with the score a game with less than five will start very soon. ford's largest' starter Is a light ,\ Board of Directors meeting
players. 75 pounds
will be held at the club
26-25. houseon
Draw-Tito had no substitutes The senior fullback Is tabbed concerns.
and therefore had to forfeit the CERAMICSgame as one of Ocala's top players Seventeen Clvltans attended In placing many students In Thirty of the above were females Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7:30:
Draw-Tite' shocked Badcock as they had only four The Recreation Department's both offensively and defens their regular scheduled meeting productive employment at above and are now earning from p.m. All members expected to
early as they put 19 quick pointson remaining. Ceramic Program is still underway ively. According to the BUS Tuesday to hear Ted Ogiesby.; average wages. To date 232 $8.000 to $16.000 annually be present.
the board before Badcock player win gave Badcock the with sessions open three coaches he's real fast for his director of the Vocational and students have taken the truck
could score Dean Johns hit Championship. After the game days a week. size and Is tough to bring down. Technical facilities discuss the driving course forty-three The school has received many
George Seeley with a 35-yard trophies were presented to BadThere are two night sessions Against Leesburg he rambled school's progress and expan- not complete It but the 189 who letters from former students Women\ are challenged; (to
touchdown pass, the extra point cock and Kitchen's Tile who Monday and Thursday, from 7 for 164 yards rushing! includ- sions. expressing their appreciation Imiltl a hottervoilrl! Docs
was no good and the score was finished in second place. -.10 p.m., and one morning. ing one 83-yard touchdown galFLORIDA Ogiesby told the Clvltans the received certificates found employment for the course. offered said Ibis mean they. had! nulhing
fl-O.i Draw-Tlte,'few plays Final,' ,Standings: Badcock4: session, each Tuesday school has grown from three mostly with Florida Ogiesby. do will the one Me have now?
later.Johns. passed four yards Furniture 8-1. Kitchens Tile 12 noon. There are no fees adult courses to eighteen at the
into the end zone to Calvin 7-2. Draw-Tito 4-5 Red Necks and only the cost of the materials e e e present time plus nine courses
Varnes for another touchdown 0-9. are charged. offered to high school students.
Mark Craudons made the Mrs. Georgia Rayburn Is the PAPERS Presetiy there are 476 enrolled -
extra point and the score Increased BANTAM AND SMALL supervisor for the program. featuring blizzards in the day courses and
to 13-0. 330 in the evening courses.
For more information con-
FRY BASKETBALL NOW north, and all earthlings can
discussed how the
Badcock couldn't move the UNDERWAY tact the Recreation DepartmentThe hare In the good news that Ogiesby
semi-truck driving diesel
ball and Draw-Tlte took over. Bantam and Small FRY on Temple Avenue across from there is a terrible storm raging ,
964-6792. mechanics and heavy equipment
Johns hit Craudons with a short Basketball Programs are now the high school on Mars. courses have been Instrumental
I pass and he romped 60 yards
I for another score. The extra
point was not good and Draw-
Tito had a commanding lead At Buchholz
of 19-0 early In the first half. Cagers Open Volkswagen
Badcock finally got their offense -
going as Marcus Rhoden
sprinted 32 yards for a score.
Woody Strickland made the E.
P. and the score was 19-7. Tornado cagers under Head up from the last year's JV boys still In football who will Medi-car
Badcock was now rolling. Coach Mike Sexton will open squad which went 15-3 along play In the Sunshine Bowl Fri :
After a pass Interception. their season against Buchholz with a good nucleus from last staY night and It will take a .
Rhoden then passed 42 yardsto Tuesday night In Gainesville year's team. little time for them to get back
Strickland for another T. "We're looking for a good "We may be slow getting Into the swing of things
D. The extra point was not good l season this year," said Sexoff, but all in all things look 4 free check-ups for member of the family.
and the score narrowed to 19- ton. "We have a lot of boys real good. We have several Charles Wright and Malachi every
13. Henry, the number one and
two rebounders on last year's
Draw-Tito then got another squad, are among those still
,drive going with Johns hitting Involved In football. Henry was
_Cliff Hoffman with a 19 yard also the number two scoreron
scoring strike.The E.P.was not last year's team.
good and Draw-Tito led 2513. rd f rt
'' Badcock wasn't through as "The expected starting five ay ,p .r sh
they came right back with Rho- for Tuesday night's game are
dent POISing to John Watson Jimmy Ricks Abe Williams,
for a 10-yard TD. The extra ,tc Willie Newsome, newcomer
point (which turned out to be nI Bernard Williams, and Danny .
the winning point) was caughtby McKlnney.
Charles Capell, and the half Senior Bernard Williams,who :
ended with Draw-Tite leading is out for BUS basketball for
_25-20. the first time, looks real goodIn
practice and Is expectedto

The second half got under- really help out the team,
said Sexton. ,
:way with Draw-Tito moving
;down the fie. but couldn't Abe Williams and WUlle
score. Badcock: came right back Newsome are up from the JV ,
'.with:. Rhoden going the tInaIthree squad along with Alfonso Barry .'
yards for the go-ahead __ ,
-- -- Carl Rlherd Vernon Bar-
'touchdown. The E.P. was not ber and LeRoy Davis. r x
:;good and the score read: 26-25 Assistant Recreation Director Randall Davis presents Returning from last year's e\
'CBadcock. Draw-Tite drove down Badcock's 'John Watson (right) and sponsor Len- varsity; squad are Ricks, McKinney -
:.Into Badcock territory but gave wood Kitchen (left) with trophies. Cleveland Simmons,
the ball over on downs. Bad- and Dennis Kelly, along with
cock began what was to be
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the last drive of the game. "' """'"'""' ..... ....... ""*.<..n,.w' .ftftfdftiitffftffftf: : : .b..."" ;.....N....;,."iI'.T.....T"jI'" ..'.$9. -.
.' j.-T."T- "Once Henry and Wright get
back into the swing of things
4 VET NEWSNeither
When you bring home a new due you con jot ''I i wherever you
I they will be right In the startIng -
; Scott Earns n line-up as well." Sexton baby you take him bock (for a series happen 10 bo
the Veterans Administration gravesltes to honorably discharged said. "We have 13 boys on the of checkups, To spot any problems Because every Volkswagen Dealer .
Degree From or the State Divisionof veterans In national' squad and eight of them could before they can become big prob has the special, equipment' ,
veterans Affairs affiliated! cemeteries on a space avail- start at any time. lems. Alter all 'the ,idea 'is the same
j Jerry CollegeKenneth with private cemetery operations able basis. Same with a new Volkswagen. wherever Volkswagens ore sold To
offering burial plots free There are 85 national cemeteries "Our weakest point last year Except our check-ups are free spot trouble early and help extend
or at nominal cost to veterans, around the country Dixon was our rebounding. We don'thave ,' MeYou've ,
And the special diagnostic equip your co ,
Scott the son of Mr. M.T. Dixon, director of much more height this
have been
says Thirty-nine; is for VW,. heard of
ment use designed' probably
we cars
and Mrs. C.E. Scott, Brooker. State Division of Veterans Affairs year but we're a lot strongerin :
closed due to lack space babies. that died after 30
received the bachelor science : the rebounding departmentwith Not unexpectedly or
degree at Berry College com- Some cemetery operators advertise ''and six others are expected Ricks and Williams doing We call our plan Medi-car. 40.000 miles.
mencement exercises Sunday In a way that suggestsa V be closed: within five years, real fine Jobs up on the boards- A lot of the sucess of And you get automatic coveragein But now there's Medi-car,
November 21. connection with the VA or according to army officials. where games are won or lost. this year's basketballseason ,it the minute you buy a new VW. Token as directed it can help
some other government agency Some private cemetery depends on the When a check-up ,itself comes your VW I'"e. to 100.000
used this lack of
A 1967 graduate t>f Bradford Dixon states. operators Ricks &>
in national cemeteriesIn "This should give us strong ability of Jimmy ..
County; High School scott VA and ",eteran.' service space their advertisement or solicitation inside game while the shootingof ( here) and Abe wu
earned his degree in historyand organizations' have received to veterans, Dixon says. Newsome Henry, Williams, Williams to control the *
4M 0JI
science at
political complaints from recipients
it Is boards
Although acknowledged ,
Berry College Is located mid- Complaints such advertising from veterans literature.about DIxon says, that many offers and McKlnnev should riv usa Miller-Brown Motors

way between Atlanta Ca., and allegedly deceptive advertising are from reputable firms, good outside game as well, "This should all make for a
Chattanooga, Term, on a campus veterans are advised to make along with picking up any slack winning season."Buchholz .
adjacent to Rome Ga. The has also been received. sure they thoroughly understand In the rebounding department... is 1 Mile north of the Mall on Hwy 441
Dixon a pretty fair
says.Similar ;
college Is coeducational fully complaints: have been any contracts they sign. ball club with some good outside 4222 N. W. 13th St. GAINESVILLE 376-4552
accredited and offers Bachelor received by the Department of Veterans often find there are "Our starting five are all shooters but are lacking
of Arts, Bachelor of Scienceand the Army Office Chief of Support costs and additional expenses capable of scoring and play In rebounding."
Bachelor of Music degrees Service., which provides they did not anticipate. pretty; fair defense

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Business Trip SAVE W/Ty e to / a y a ,.

Mr. and MM. L.A. Canova
Jr. of Orange Park haw Just ________________ J
returned from a three-week '
business and plea."n trip) to '
Brazil wtwr Canova presented ILL
results of his chemical analy) :
sU work to the Fifth International I .
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Congress of Essential _
CDs In Sao Paulo.
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L.A. Canova of Stark. and the __
late L.A. Canova Sr., His wife MATCHING 1 I _
to the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. '
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slide lecture: on the compoel.: A&&hh? .-L _
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in which he gave results of Ms
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toward the Identification Reserved: PRICES GOOD THURS. DEC. 2 THRU WED. DEC. 8
of all chemical constituents of
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congress.In addition. to attending the
one-week Congress, Mr. and
Mrs. Canova participated In a
tour planned by the American r re tis
Express Co. for members of :'a! r\ 17-20 LB.
the V.S. group They visited d w ,< AVG.Whole .
places of Interest In Brazil 1 %
by bus. boat, auto and plane. A d Y : uw
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a boat trip down the Negro TNr .. dsl U to'u AVIUOI S
River to the Amazon River +
Ham. 55e
and then via
canoe through
smaller tributaries Into the A. """0" .0..0Butt
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GROW IT GHEEN I I I 1 1 I OUSEyyIF d We RepairT".O'1 '

Would you believe that I DONT MISS the flowerbeds

know the secrets o( successful when gardens are wa ask The the next time,you'What' start will to
tered. A Is what they question TYPEWRITERS 1'R
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- watering they think of next" plcosedon't
and their root-soll need: .1 c loud.
Mere they are: lay the sprinkler hose down very
between the plant and adjust Some wild-eyed idea man ADDING MACHINES .r.. .1l tiV "
Water when the soil Is dry the water now to cover the might hear you and create .
f two or three Inches below the flower !bed only. something so new and gosh "
.n. -. awful different that we'll all CALCULATORS '"
surface. Check It. Don't walt Roses are special. Keep the have to live with it. '" rpt
for( plants to wilt and droop! foliage of( roses dry. Splashing '
water carries black spot disease "r Don't get me wrong. I
Dig down of( I Inches ,
a couple
of roses Get the water think creativity is a fine
take a handful of! soil and into the soil around the plant. thinK/:, ranking right up therewith

squeeze it. If it forma easily Use a sprinkler upside down Something Different for Holidays rights,motherhood and thoughtful, equal hus
Into a soil ball that does not to soak roots thoroughly. .
Fruitcake CookiesFruitcake bands. But some of the thinKs I,
crumble, do not water. J If It And water roses In the they create when they're be-
does not (form up and crumbles morning only. Roses In full rhixk full of lu.. inK creative have a way of =
then bloom are most thirsty! flow dates, null and a vAriety of creating problems for us poor ,
easily Its time to Holiday Fruitcake Cooklacups
uncreative creatures.
other fruits has long been one ,
water. SWEET CORN, beans and of the mail traditional of. all our 2 sifted all-purlwae flour The other day, for In

AFTER A GOOD rain-soak tomatoes all need plenty of holiday foods. Y. tn.pam baking soda stance, I was reading an article .. ;,
water In the critical growth Although there are scores of different ;V i teaspoon salt about all the new things
ing, watering shouldn't be period. But tomatoes end ways of preparing fruitcake, !/, cup shortening we're (gOing to be surroundedwith
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lawns need more water than need about two years to establish near buildings are sheltered pen writes the most illegibly. Give ploding plastics technology." FIXTURES & EQUIPMENT MUST BE SOLD ,
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Rotarians Junior Club To SponsorMiss Lawtey Voters
Go To Polls '

Told Of New ) n FFA'erOF I Bradford PageantThe Next Tuesday

Youth Mr. and Mrs. James Starl-
ApproachFlorida' 1 THEWeek Lawtey voters will go to the ing and family Mrs. Inez Mrs. Frank Wolfred Sr. of
Junior Woman's Club of foundation In the world. In addition polls Tuesday. Dec. 7.and elect Kelly and Mrs.? Ola Starling Sunland Training Center,
Starke Is sponsoring the "Miss to a scholarship Miss a Mayor, Marshall City; Clerk, visited friends In Bryson' City, Gainesville spent Thanksgiving
new approach b Bradford Scholarship Pageant"to Florida Is also awarded gift and three Councllmen. N.C. last week. weekend with her son and daug7l-
the problems of youth Include be held In February' 1972 and makes several personal Most sought-after seat Is the terInIawfro! and Mrs. G.F
ing delinquent and dependent at the Bradford High School:; appearances during her reign Group I Council post where Richard Jackson Whlopanv. Wolfred Jr.
children was discussed: at the Auditorium, according to Mrs. as well as competing In the Incumbent Herbert Christiansen N.J. Is visiting! his mother, Stacey and Ian McLendon
.. week the Bradford of
(In rl this ,
*> starting
Rotary' Club Wednesday, Nov., a n.w Jim Lawson past president of Miss America Pageant In Sep- has threerunningmates; Mrs. Margaret Jackson, and Marathon
17, by John A. Sample, District High School FFA Chapter will name a Futur. Farmer the club, who has been named tember. Laurie Lea Schaefer, Abbie Harley Massey, D.E. family.Mr. grandparents are, Mr.visiting and their
Mrs. tt.
of the general chairman this event. Miss and Marvin Roster
Supervisor of the Flo- America, 1972, was a- Boatwrlght I'. McLendon, for two weeks.
rida Department of Health Contestants must be betweenthe warded a $10,000 scholarship .
and and Mrs. Randy Johns Thn M..I..ov1nn. have
Rehabilitative Service Dale demons ages of 18 and 28 on Sep- this year. The young lady who In Group 3, Incumbent Robert and family and Mrs. Charles from (lie State Farm to moved their
The speaker described the tember I 1. 1972 must be high Is selected the flrstMtssBrad Scott Is opposed by Mrs. Paul-
Darby visited Disney World new home at 1214 E. Cull
new Florida law which went Here- school graduates by Sept. I, ford County; could be the next ine Smith. last Friday and Saturday. Street.
Into effect last October: 1, pro- Dale demons, Bradford Sen- livestock by catching a 1972, and must never have been Miss America," Mrs. Lawson Group 5 Incumbent Barbara
fore heifer In 1969 at the annual -
viding the Juvenile Courts of ior Chapter president. Is the Calf Scramble sponsored married. said. Jordan Is being challenged by Hill Brown of FSU and Eddie -
each county: ; with the person- first Future Farmer of the Cham- Poise, beauty; and talent are The chairman may be con- Lester K. Randolph. Brown and Miss Margaret
nel to provide Intake service, Week. by the Bradford County; the three major requirements, tacted at P. O. Box 928,Starke, Mayor Charles R. Shuford. Woggley of Jacksonville spent
ber of Commerce.
counseling, and probation supervision During his career In the Future according to Mrs. Lawson and for more detailed Information. now rounding out 20 years In
for delinquent and Farmers of America organization Clemons has been active In each contestant will be JudgedIn that poet Is opposed by Robert the long weekend with Mr. and
dependent children. Clemons has been FFA for four years. Duringhis evening gown, swimsuit and E. Lee. an employee of the Mrs. G.S. Brown.
Sample Introduced David Kei- active In a wide range of activities freshman year he was e- in the presentation of her ta- 10,648 Ibs. Jacksonville NAS and a new .
lected of the Junior
president Kathv
thly, youth counselor: In Including meat Judging comer to Lawtey politics. Myers of Flagler
chargeof lent.The
Intake and probation and parliamentary procedure, Chapter. In his second year, chairman points out that Of Nub Sold Unopposed candidates both College, St. Augustine, was
parole -
as a sophomore, he was elec- In almost national Miss Clerk E- home for the weekend.
and every Incumbents, are City
who Is now assigned! to dairy Judging, forestry',
ted vice-president of the Sen-
the office: of Juvenile Court quartet. President Clemons has America Pageant there have thel Reddish, and Marshall M. .......
ior Chapter. In his Junior year been state who have M, Air and Mrs. James Hurst
Judge T. A. Yawn. been active In County; Fair pre- queens A total of 10,648 pounds ofrvMana Jordan.
Clemons was chairman of theFFA's presented dramatic readings and family j>f :'roll root were
Also Introduced were Gary' paration (the FFA Is alwaysIn unid In an auction market .
Rose, Intake Supervisor for the charge of the livestock Recreation Committee. comedy monologues as their In Lawtey Nov. 18, broughtan United I Stairs!' Hosts Thanksgiving day guests of
Gainesville ) cattle At present In his senior year, talent presentations. "Any potential price of 33.centa World :\ and Mrs. t.arillurst.:
District and Russell and has shown he Is senior chapter president, average Shooting Kx'iit: /
entrant may have an to Bob
Turner, of the Division there. per pound according Y
of Family Services lie has attended the State highest office: the FFA offersIn unrealized talent," Mrs. Law- Allen manager of the Starke More than 2.000 mark.srnin: Mr. and Mrs. John Kopel-
The program was In chargeof FFA Convention In Daytona Bradford County; son said. The Judging of can- State Farmers Market. of rifle, pistol unit shotgun ousos of Orange Park had as
He has applied for the State didates will be based on the Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and 'ySIIOR'I'
T. H. Slade. Beach for four years. Allen said the three main from GO nation are expected)
On 40 farm In the Farmer Degree, thehlgheltdegree same values as those con- varieties sold and the rangeof :Mrs. Handy Johns Mrs.
a acre to compete in the' '11)1) Ii World
awarded the state lev-
on sidered at the Miss Florida Charles Darby George Kopel-
northwest section of Bradford prices on them, was as e
el. Clemons also plans to com- Pageant and the National Miss Shooting Championships hrinn ousos Mrs. GUI Kopelousos, STOPS
e County; Clemons grows a variety follows: Stuart 32-37 cents; Ilotpanl'
pete In the public speaking! anda held in Phoenix Arizona October !Mr. and
America event. Mrs. J.K. Wainwright ,,,
Curtis 28-34 cents head hark l ,
Coach Pug Underslung of/ ; of vegetable Including: ; seedlings : 1 to h" >] demonstration contest at the 1720.The. of Starke, and Mr. and
"This Is wonderful Mrs.
a opportunity -
tobacco beans, 25-31 cents .
our Alma Mater, the school greens peas state FFA convention next June N.D. 1I.'r..lh.\. n' nrrtl\
Wainwright of
for ladles Mrs. Association Hollywood
that doesn't pay ill players, sweet corn, squash, and cu- In Daytona Beach. ; young Prices paid on other varie- and their families. topped off h}' .1 i/011'(1"1'1: III
Lawson said. "In 1970,the Miss ties of America 1 will host I tinmatches -'
cumbers. were: Vandeman 33-35
well on Saturday nighfj.knowing Illr
sleeps Because of his many and var- "f lliicrot ton demm knit
America Its
Pageant through cents President, on behalf of I the .
chance ; 36-37 cents
there's no
; .
Livestock ied activities as a Future Far- Coots .istiMK rod slcees
raising Is also a state and local competitions
awakened call Success 35-41 cents.Allen said United States and/ tin International
he'll/ be by a Mr.and Mrs. J.G. Jackson
demons been named
part of his farming program. mer provided more than $850OOO slanil-up mutt' < h t 111'shurt '
the White House. one lot of Melson pecans sold Shooting I'nion rom Thanksgiving with
Jrom spent
the first FFA'er of the Week. > ..
got his start In raising In scholarships to young women for 56 cents lIlId..rlll'ath Thi u'fit'
a pound.
petition is to both J.C. Rain in Chlefland.
open men
the largest scholarship by Cindeiell.iCOR. : "
and women.
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Include varietyof of automobile the program and to view the
worldwide collection of Sunday will a ; All occupants
LEGAL NOTICEI writing and must state the place In The County Judge's CourtOf In The Circuit Court Of Florida more than 500 bells will be musical numbers featuring bearing Florida license tags many Foster antiques Museum on, display the Carillon in the
of residence and post office Bradford County; Florida.In Eighth Judicial Circuit, presented for permanent dlplay artiste from FSU.Jacksonville will be admitted free to the Tower, and the Old Memories
will not be responsible for address of the claimant and Probate f.---- In And For Bradford County. at the Stephen Foster Memorialon University; and from Orange Memorial grounds on both days.The .
any debt made by anyone other must be sworn to by the claimant In Re: Estate of Alice IL Case* 986. Sunday Dec*5. Park. public Is Invited to attend Antique Shop.

than 2 'Ip.12/12.aelt. Paul GrII .. 11/25 or It,will his agent become or void his attorney according -, McIntosh NOTICE Deceased.OF PROBATETo Williams R. J. Williams, his ware and Plaintiffs DoHle, shapes The colorful and sizes bells.from In one all ............-..........1......................___.........-.11III.......,.....

to law. All Persons InterestedIn -vsElizabeth Ann Doughraan to ten Dounas- rtll be exhibited
Belle Priest, Executrix of The Estate Of Said Decedent and George R, Lane, Defendants. In cabin placed around SHOPBullinglon's
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN the Estate of Alice H. McIntosh the Georgia-marble walls of
AND FOR BRADFORD deceased. You: hereby notified-thata NOTICE OF SALE the auditorium In the base of
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Eugene F. Shaw written Instrument purporting NOTICE Is hereby given that the 97-bell Carillon Tower.
In re Estate of WILLIAM 142 West Call Street to be the Last Will of pursuant to the Final Judgment The presentation will be made
HOGAN SMITH JR., deceased. Starke Florida, for Executrix Alice H. Mcintosh deceased, entered cause numbered, by Lois E. Springer of Arden
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 11/18 4t 12/9 has been admitted to probateIn In the Circuit Court of Brad- N.C., whose parents started
creditors of the estateof this Court. You are hereby ford County Florida I will the collection many years ago. FORCommercial
William Hogan Smith Jr., commanded within six,calendar sell the property situated In The 2 p.m. ceremony will be a
deceased, are hereby notified TOWN OF BROOKER month from the date Bradford County, Florida, described highlight of a busy weekend
and required to file any BROOKER FLORIDA of the first publication of this as: combining features of the traditional And Portrait; Photograph, ,
claims or demands which they GENERAL FUND notice to appear in this Court A parcel of land lying In the Christmas music pro-
may have against said estatein BUDGET REVENUE AND EX- and show cause, if any you SE 1of SW 1/4. Section gram and the open house of antiques -
the office of the county; Judgeof PENDITURES FOR CALENDAR can, why the action of this 19, Township 7 South Range a> popular December WEDDINGS REUNIONS ANNIVERSARIES
Bradford County; Florida YEAR 1972 Court In admitting said Will 22 East and being more,particularly event for several years. -w wwwLru-Jwo
in the courthouse at Starke REVENUE to probate should not stand described as follows The weekend of entertainmentwill
Florida within six calendar Road& Bridge Fund revolted. : Commence at U>aSotltheaet open with a musical
months from the date of the --Bradford County $ 175.73Ad Theron A. Yawn corner of Section 19 and program at 11 a.m. Saturday Camera -
first publication of this notice. Valorem Taxes 1972.87 County; Judge In and For Brad run thence South 89 degrees featuring musicians from Columbia Gift
Each claim or demand must be Garbage Fees 875.00 ford County; Florida 02 minutes and 33 seconds: Madison and Duval e
In writing and must state the Municipal Fuel Byt: /sDolores Dampier West a distance of 2632.10 Counties. Jewelry.
place of residence and post- Tax Refund! \ 25.00 Clerk feet to point of beginning. The program at 2 p.m. on Dept.
office address of the claimant Licenses Fees 30.00 Eugene F. Shaw From point of beginning thus Dept.
and must be sworn to by the Unpledged Cig Tax 1725.00 142 West Call Street described, continue South 89 I
claimant his agent or his attorney 8th Cent Gasoline Starke Florida degrees 02 minutes and 33 GIVE MUSIC FORCHRISTMAS MOVIE ..
or it will becollll'void Tax Refund 1,000.00 Attorney for Executrix seconds West a distance of ''GREETING
according to law. 11/18 4t 12/9 240 feet to a point; run thence INSTAMATIC CARDS"NORITAKE"
November 3, 1971. $ 5,803.60EXPENDITURES North 0 degrees 03 minutes Looking' for a special Christmas Large Selection
Lewis W. Smith : and 27 seconds East a distance gift? Give a mwicallntrumenl.advises POLAROID
Harold D. SmIthCoEDlcuton GENERAL AND NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Of 450 feet to a point; the Hammond Organ Company Jewelry For CHINA & CRYSTAL :
of the Estate ADMINISTRATIVE.Salaries !:. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME run thence North 89 degrees, Music today i is second only WE RENT CAMERAS vn""i ,..
William Hogan Smith, $ 300.00 Notice Is hereby given undersigned 02 minutes and 33 seconds to reading' as a favorite leisure activity AND PROJECTORS Ladies and Gents "FENTON" i!
ceased. Utilities 75.00 under the provisions of East a distance of 240 feet One of the most popularand ART GLASS* Glass
First publication on Nov Dues 82.50 Chapter 20.953 Laws of Flor to a point; run thence South versatile musical instrumentsis BINOCULARS WATCHES BIBLES :
Legal and AccountIng 0 degrees 03 minute. and 27 i the organ. Anyone can learn to SILVERWARE
ida. Act of 1941 will registerwith
ember 11th, 1971.
200.00 West play an organ almost immediately PLASTIC LAMINATING RADIOS I'
H. Pierce the Clerk of the Circuit seconds a distance of BILLFOLDS I
George Election Expense 75.00 and Hammond's special new feature 'PICTURE'
Court. In and for Bradford 450 feet to a point of beginning -
Charges to Road of SAVE AND EXCEPTING enable the creation of a wide
County; Florida upon proof ;
Starke Florida 32091
& Bridge Fund 25.00 of instrument sounds from
therefrom range
11/114t 12/2 publication of this notice the any portion
Tax Roll Preparation 45.00 thereof lying within the rightof the banjo to the harpsichord.
Tax Collection 30.00 fictitious name BLALOCK'S of State Road 18 and I !
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Office Supplies 25.00 MEAT MARKET, under whichI SAVE AND EXCEPTING that At Home )
in business at Shop )
AND FOR BRADFORDCOUN'IY Building Maintenance 50.00 am engaged for1 certain graded road leadingto r.r I
731 N. Lake St. Starke -
the city dump of the City;
FLORIDA. $ 908.50 1 The neighbor 1 1 \\
Charles of Hampton. artny-traftny b"S \ "
STREET DEPARTMENT E. Blalock 523 Euclid at public sale to the highest Ii getting( out her paints, rJJp I" I
In re: EetateofWILLIAMIIOAN deceased.- Utilities 1550.00 Street, Starke Bradford bidder for cash, at the front brushes and other equipment. Save Time And Money lJ : .
:; SMITH JR., Mowing 50.00 County; Florida. door of The Bradford County; Her molto 151: There Is itlll ti
Repair and paving fund Dated this 29th day of December Court House In Starke,Florida time to louse something up
NOTICE OF PROBATE Sthtf gas refund 1000.00 A.D. 1971 at Starke, between 11:00: sun. and and 5 for Chriitmai.
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Bradford County, Florida.
IN TIlE ESTATE OF SAID $ 2600.00 p.m. on, 1971Gilbert the 10th day of December

Your are Instrument hereby notified purporting thata Utilities $ 55.00 Byi Ruby S.V.Brown Williams, Clerk ED E CU

written to be the last will and testament has- Mowing: andCleaning 56.00 COURT THE IN COUNTY AND FOR JUDGE'S BRAD- Elzle S.SSaaners! Bm. Hi' ** ? FLORIDA GRADE .

of said decedent in FORD COUNTY FLORIDAIN 138 West Call Street STARKE'S
been admitted to probate $ Starke Florida
111.00 32091
this court. You are hereby com- PROBATEIn IiIAJILOWEST
DEPARTMENTUtilities Attorney for Plaintiffs
manded within six calendar RECREATION Re: The Estate of AARON It 122NOTICE -FRYERS
months from the date of the $ 125.00 HARRIS HOLLEY Deceased.
first publication NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
In this court and Sanitation collection OF INTENTION TO
to appear creditors of Aaron Harris FAIR
show cause If any you can contract $ 900.00 llolley who died on Octo- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME PRICES !
why the action of this court In FIRE DEPARTMENT ber 9, 1971 while a residentof Notice Is hereby given (that .
admitting said will to probate Salaries $ 120.00 Bradford County; Florida the undersigned! under the provision
should not stand unrevoked. Utilities 45.00 are notified that they are required of 20.953 Laws of Florida r'a SUPERMARKETS 320 S.: WALNUT ST.
Repairs 50.00 file claims Acts of 1941 will register -
TIIERON A. YAWN. JR. Gas & Oil 75.00 to any or
County; Judge, Bradford andEquipment demands that they may have with the Clerk of the Circuit
County, Florida. Supplies against his Estate In the Office Court, In and for Bradford t't
; 175.00
of the County; Judge of Brad- County; ,Florida upon proof
First publication on Novem. Insurance 68.00 ford County; Florida in the of publication of this notice t
ber 1L 1971. .Courthouse at Starke, Florida, of the fictitious name of Brad- CENTER CUT. -, i
George IV Pierce $ 533.00, within stxcalendarmonthe from ford Publishers under whichI : : :
Starke P.O. Drawer, Florida 1030 32091' Mlsc Debt payment $ 575.85 the date of this of Notice.the first Each publication claimor am 'engaged, Fla.William In business'atStarke ,SIRLOIN 11 p GROUND k
11/11 4 12/2 expenses J. Averbuch (sole OR BONtltSS FULL CUT ROUND i !
demand must be In writingand ), P.O. Box 188 Starke ROAST. t
owner ,
$ 626.10 filed In duplicate and M1 ;
In The County; Judge's Court must state the place of residence .Motor Court" Starke. Fla. November STEAK ,!" ', TENDER
Dated this 29th day of -
Of Bradford County; Florida.In TOTAL BUDGETED and post-offloe address t'i'f'L: A I. '
Probate t- EXPENDITURES $5,803.60I .of the claimant and be swornto A. D. 1971 at Starke, ," ,! I II
In Re: Estate of Alice H. by the claimant, his agent 12/2 Bradford 4

McIntosh,;Deceased.NOTICE TO CREDITORS. hereby certify, that this Is or his attorney, or'It will become .... .$1. ; tl f ( !* OVER /lll'll/lt/ LDr
All creditors of the Estateof a true and correct copy of the void according to law. .J ;.\ ;' "" I LB .
Alice H. Mcintosh,deceased General Fund- .AppropriationBudget Dated November 24, 1971. NOTICEOF -
adopted ,by the Town R.A. Green Jr. FILING OF BRANCH
are hereby notified and required \ ''Rrcv. LOW Bu'c' fywrotv tow w49 / >
to file claims or Council at lts'regular Executor of the Estate of Aaron -
any 1971. held at Notice Is hereby given that,
which have October IV Harris Holley u. IMto
demands they
may the CommWll ;'C nter, Brook- pursuant to the provisions of FREEZER 3"iwa r Ta swt
against said estate In the Office CORNED CHUCK f
of the County Judge of er, Florida. QUEEN
Bradford County Florida In /Tommy 1: Cox 2010 Smith Street Regulations for the Federal BEEF I
the Courthouse at Starke, Florida Town Cle Orange Park, Florida 32073 Savings and Loan Association DINNERS BRISKETS STEAK ROAST
t Palatka bas mea
within calendar months Attest: Attorneys for Executor Florida an
from the date of the first publication 11/25 2t 12/2 First publication on December application wtm me reaerai, _. '
Home Loan Bank Board for 'i
2, 1971. as'
of this notice. Each ; '
u... '
permission to establish a
12/2 4 12/23. -
claim or demand must be In /
J4- branch office at, or In the

Immediate vicinity; of Lawrence '.1 i y ., .. .laUiAft.Oft SUTTISJMItK
Boulevard & Cardinal l Street Pantrv'S : .,'$ ii; N PUOfMM' ..

Keystone Heights Clay Coun- S*. 1BREAD 1/
( ty; Florida. Pride !; .
The. application has been delivered -
JOHNSON & PARIS{ Open Saturday to the Office of the Supervisory -
'T115:30P.M: Agent of the said ,9o..ICOFIeEE; I

::124 NW 8th AVE.,Cainesville! ";:; Board located at the Federal '
Home Loan Bank of Greensboro UMM' := | -
444 North Elm ..w.n r.....ewes. I
Street -- .. .c
r. Greensboro North Carolina. CALL sSTr-srSSTrSr: : LB 1 g.
Any person may file communications 'NOW! S fm..jr 59immat 29c
including briefs In favor BAG \ \
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Reed In of said 'f.2f 384-7511! !
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within 10 days (or within 30 ivf y04ir tow 1 1aM

Nut Cracker : 3cu.ft. days U advice Is filed within as/ w : 2S OFF 11: 20< OFF :
the first 10 days stating that KING SIZEPUNCH r GREEN GIANT LIBBY : I II 1
time Is needed to furnish
only more -

after the date of this publication ioLfiul'li : : MAXWiU. HOUSE I
-, Six copies of any communication lAUNDRy OITIRCINI I 'TAIn corra 1 I IHSTAHT COmi :
$395 should be filed. The 1ox IOoa JAM AiJflSiSsX. I
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r' Raiford News 0. Town OfNow Raiford Showing Progressmeetings

By M jB n Bbtt*
that Raiford Is "on the lie buildings have been constructed other public meetIngs at the main State Prison or has recently enlarged and ren- Carter. Rep. Gene saw, of
," with incorporation an In the corporate lim ovated Ms the Starke, was named City Attorney -
Miss move and recreational activi the new Reception Center,while store, Hl-Lo Grocery
Ramona Sweat
Baptismal services wo r hold Is home fact and the its. and and Mrs. Katherine Alvarez
accomplished new ties. Recently a large porchon others are employed at the has Installed much
for Marcie Moooeyham at the for the holidays from Berry city government organized and the building has been roofed State Hospital, at Macclenny.or new, modern equipment. was elected temporary -
Ralford Baptist Church lat College, ,Rome Ga. ready for action, it is appropriate In 1968 the Union County Commission and screened: at Federal expense commute to Jacksonville and With the recent Incorpora- clerk. '.
Sunday night.Ttw Mr. and Mn. Elmer Thorn to review the more recent chose the slu of the and the federally fund- Gainesville for employment.J. .. The attorney Is now In the
Raiford Baptist Choir ton had as Sunday luncheon'guests since the earlier former Raiford of the town, after a lapse of doing the necessary
history, Elementary ed Head Start program Is housedin D. Grlffls now owns and of about 40 process
saiv at -M" Night s Mrs. J. E. Thorntonand years were described In a recent School for the location of a the Community Center. Air operates the former Rahn Store years, Raiford people paper work to get the town In
the Keystone Heights Baptist children of Dottian. Ala, article by Mrs. E. W. Community Center. They financed conditioning has Just been In- In the center of town, while his tinued are civic looking forward to con- Boo to receive cigarette test
Church Monday night We Mrs. J. L. Thornton, and Mrs. Thompktns. the construction of a stalled.In sister-in-law, Mrs.Joann Crif.fls. The Improvements. and gasoline tax revenues which
Linda Raulerson and children new town officials, recently -, be used for street lights
concrete block structure whichis will
attend-Friends runs dry goods and notions -
1964 the old office elected to spearhead the
of Glen St. Marys. post and fire- .
Since the early history was used as a voting precinct store across the street recreation equipment
of Woodle! KltUer will Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Wah- building was razed to make Improvement program are:Ma- It is hoped ',-:
written In 1963, three new pub- polls, as well as for Council Willie (Poor Boy) Rogers hasa fighting equipment
be glad to know that h. returned len and Mrs. Virginia Stewart way for modern quarters. T. grocery store in the yor Elmer Wallace; Council that these funds will be forthcoming .
from the Gainesville and children of Jacksonville H. Rahn, the former owner- and Ls President Myrtle Lee Sweat; l>y the first of the year, .'
and Mrs. Elmer and Mrs. Drew Sweat and Ramona operator of rtahn'g store, built presently construc- Vice President, Lamar Green, "
Medical Center last Wednes visited Mr. ted her 84th birthday Thanksgiving and some of the need Improve. :,:
a larger for
Mr. and Mrs.John Green the building for lease to the building his and members A. R. Bruner.
day. Mrs. Iris Crlffls returned Thornton Sunday afternoon. Day with a family dinnerat business. Francis T, ments can got under way.
home from Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat Sapp and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. her home. Sixty guests were post office department. Mrs. Crowley Joyce Norman, and Willie W..
County Hospital on'I'bankadv- and daughter,Ramona,and Mrs. Mack Sweat, Mr. and Mrs;Elmer present Including all of her Gertrude Hart, who was the .
ing Day. Gene Hart attended Union Wallace and children, Mr. brothers, and all but two of postmaster for 28 retired .
Mrs. J. E. Thornton of Do- Thanksgiving Services at Harmony and Mrs. David Bass and son her sons. She received many in March 1968 and was -lour ,. .
than, Ala visited Mr. and Mrs Baptist Church near of Jacksonville. lovely and useful gifts. Many, succeeded by Mrs Betty Jean .
Elmer Thornton Sunday, and Dukes.Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs visited many more happy birthdays, Alvarez. The present postal ..
George and Paul Thornton.. Rose Sapp had as Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Mama. clerks are Mrs. Kathryn Roes -- -
turned home with her Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. Dobbs and family In Jackson Some of those celebrating and Mrs. Vlvarette Raulerson. -- ,", .
ville last Sunday. While there birthdays at the home of Mr. The Raiford Baptist congregation ,;
they visited Mrs. Emmy Den- and Mrs. Earl Dobbs last built and moved Into a windows'' "' '..
.t eva mark In a convalescent home. Thursday night were Howard new church building In 1969, ek':1'd'
ir y r Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier Register, Sr., Debbie Grlffls, replacing the old frame structure : : \breezewa, is ::
had 0s Thanksgiving din- Michael Griffls, and Larry with A concrete: block sanc- \ o _
ner guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Dobbs. Twen -ave.were pre- tuary. It Is located beside the ..
S. Sapp and children of Law- sent. old church building which Is iii1 ,. .'
tey, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs were now used for Sunday Schoolrooms wrJ.' ,
1971 CLOSE OUT MODELS Canon of Ormond Beach. weekend guests of Mrs. Louise :, .
Mrs David Bass and son of Southall and children Homer- The residence serving as the
Jacksonville were weekend vUle Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baptist pastorlum was sold recently (\ .
WINSTON WINSTON guests of her parents, Mr. and Southall in Valdosta, Mr. and and the church purchased pA gl.NL
Mrs. Elmer Wallace. Mrs. Lee Roy Southall in Clyattsville a larger modern homeon
65x12 60 }( 12 Orth Collins returned home and Mrs. E. II. IsaacIn Highway 121 from Mr. and
Two bedroom, privotc Two bedroom, Iron'dining, from the V. A. Hospital In Naylor, Ga. Mrs. Isaac returned Mrs. DeWltt Crews, about two '
front' den, Spaimh Gold ,room full pl..-fllin>bay Gainesville last week. home with them for a miles south of town, for use : :
interior, heavy Birch paneling front, indoor.outdoor car* Mrs. Elmer Thornton and two weeks visit. by the pastor and his family.
quality,' conilruclion, pet.deluxe Colonial interi Mrs. Elite Thornton visited Mrs. Bessie Sapp spent The Masonic Lodge hall Is
rttidenttpl type furnith or, house type front door, Mrs. J. E. Thornton and family Thanksgiving as the guest of ONLY
next to the church and meetIngs -
ingi, indoor-outdoor car quality throughout. Original In Dothan Ala. last week Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp, Mr. held the first and
pel. Original, price $8050. price' $5600 and brought tile grandchildrenhome and Mrs Jack Sapp, and Mr. are on PftSTI36Ft.
third Tuesdays of each month. .
REDUCED REDUCED for the holidays. and Mrs. Cecil Sapp and families ible n.l
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison in New Smyrna.Mr. The average membership Is Flex ca irord : .'
$7125 $5600 65, and Resale Grills Is presently Clear. 3 f1 wide
and Mrs. A. R. Brunner nYone .
Gaines l a Aao e4 n .width.o
Jr. and children of serving as Worshipful
ville visited her parents, Mr. were Thanksgiving dinner Master. CrYste staU' eon nuv. a
of Mr. and Mrs. Orln In
LOT LOCATIONS AVAILABLE TO OUR CUSTOMERS aM Mrs. Theodore Rosier last guests t
UGHTED HOMES FOR AFTER DARK SHOPPING Thursday afternoon.The Reddish, Jr. In Lake Butler. Once a naval stores and general .
WMU Prayer Group met They were Joined by Mr. and farming area, Raiford now So neaSe pensive! Just .
Gainetville'* Tuesday morning at the homeof Mrs. Jerry Reddish and Miss has practically no farms and cut FLEXOSS to size .
Muston Ceraldlne Reddish and friend Just a few homo garden plots. .
DISCOUNT Mrs. Alice Cason.
and tack
of Gainesville. I f ou your screens. I
t '::I Some of those celebrating People who still maintain farms :
Mrs. Mary Freeman had : I
M.IeH.m. birthdays last week were Rev. as have turned from tilling the :
MOBILE HOMES, INC. Aaron Mrs. Mary Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. soil to animal husbandry, raising .' I
Singletaryt Clinton Freeman of Sanderson,
cows. hogs poultry and
1.le Cordon
low Devon PaymenOSJONW. Low Monthly' Payment Ernest Freeman, and Mr. and bees. The old Cason, farm on FL CLASS is the only
Oil,'1441 N.rthl 11434' Mrs. Lucile Bryan, and Lillian rtlx-o-class
Mrs. Otis Green and
Mrs. Highway 121 Is the largest farm
Carter. Happy is
to all! Birthday Betty; Shewer of Jacksonville, still In cultivation.Raiford is far stronger pl stic window material that
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Craw-
than polyethylene- TWO
Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs
Include, mo to I from steps, sewer and! water' lmm,. were ford and son of Lawtey. and UARANTEED FULL
dinner Insist the ORIGINAL
Thanksgiving of
blocks with baio block, ict-up and I delivered up 'M :YO0mile. guests Mr. and Mrs. John Freemanand people depend largely on
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tatum on public work Jobs for family -
and family In Jacksonville.Mrs. family of Melrose. .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Income. Many of them work
Mary Freeman celebra-
and grandson, Jeffrey demons,
--.. .-... .-... .-. visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard .. . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . '"
Register and children In Lake .
City recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs WEEKEND
I accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bud
lemons to the Rodeo In Jack-
sonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
and Mrs. Alan Tarletonand +
daughter returned Satur- r
day night from a week's visit
with their parents in northern ,

Alabama.Mrs. Mary Freeman had as s. ,

weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. ..... II_ fi._ I .
THUR,, FRI., SAT, DEC. 2, 3, 4a Vernon Otis Green Schelder and daughter and children, Mrs "'. aJ

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age old custom of giving gifts vertising Association: offers the following .
Implicated In Put Into EffectPay
.I exprcuinni, of appreciation, and tip!l
goodwill toward business associates 1. Keep your gifts of modest
it taking a new turn. value in relation to the importance
Bank Today the trend it toward rhooi- of each recipient as an employee, raises of 5 per cent, budgeted for the raises The
RobberyTwo Ins business gifts the entire family pimped or customer. Extravagant withheld because of the pre- council then withdrew the"raises
can enjoy, according to the Special gifts smack of bribery sidential price freeze, were and had Clerk Merrill Ed-
ty Advrrtiiing Association This ii 2. Choose your gifts individually, released for more county employees wards rework the $1.3 million
Inmates who all part of a grneral' movement to be considering the tastes of each groupof last week by the County budget to cut back to the $4,000
made A Rouge, La. where they report more selective and personal in the recipients, ..,. preferably, of each Commission. the council had Intended to give
spectacular: escape from the edly stole a set of Louisiana rhnire of gifts. individual recipient. The pay raises had been Included In raises, and said It would
State Prison
Florida on Nov license More, thirda of In the county commis award the raises Itself.
plates on the following than two- companies 3. Choose only high quality gifts
ember been 13 homemade named In federal"tank"have Monday. The car stolen In Lake giving business gifts now deliver that are useful, durable and dependable sion's $1 million budget adop. Going with Chairman Nell
City; was recovered In Jones- at least tome of these directlyto ted on August 5. Totaling a- Tucker's suggestion Tuesday
bank robbery warrants stem- bore, La. Tuesday morning a* the home a recent survey reveal, 4. Personalize each gift if possible bout $8,500 the raises would night, the council did not a-
ming from bank a Memphis, the escapees were In the pro- More than half of the companies with the .recipient's name or have become effective October ward the merit pay raises but
Term holdup.Rex 1, beginning Of the county new established the
procedure by
cess of distribute in
burglarizing a store gifts person or by company initials.
Gyger, 26, of Richmond when fiscal year, but were held up which they will be awarded;
the half
5. each
burglar alarm went representatives; try to Package gift attractivelyand
Wallace McDonald
and 43
Ind., choose by the freeze. Each department will receivea
itrmi for differentpeople securely.
of Shreveport, La.battered open off.The They are now effective Nov. proportionate share of the
pair took off through the largely to be more personal 6. Accompany each package witha
the River Road gates at the Of 15. The board said Monday funds In the
Service none ratio of Its
Length wards
woods employees
Ralford prison with a forklift leaving the car, but' hater or to match customer interests.Typiral personal note greeting card or at of the raises will be retroactive to the total number of
which had came'upon a 1965 Ford gift items for the home least a special gift label.
they armor plated Presented until that matter is city employees. Departmentheads
with metal sheets obtained hot-wired! the Ignition and include glassware, ash trayscoastersets 7. Deliver each. gift with a flair, At Bltuul rg cleared up by the Federal wage will then recommend to
"took off for pitchers bar utensils, gourmet if possible--personally or by special
from the prison furniture factory parts unknown, and price boards.. The the council
food in rrusablecontainers eachrecipient's Col. Harry M. Hatcher Jr., years of technician service;and< personnel to receive
assortments packed
according to messenger-and preferably to
where they worked. Jonesboro offi- Director board has followed the advice the merit raises.
of Maintenance Florida Lt. Col. Robert C. Jackson,
cers. desk iris, blankets, cutting home rather than to his -
Memphis police officers said Army National Guard Superintendent of the Combined of Its attorney Gene Shaw The council Instructed Tues
boards salad pre
Their bowls steak office.Often.
that newspaper accounts of the next brush with the law sented Length of Service Em- Support Maintenance Shop, with In the matter of the raises. day night that the raises are to
was In Memphis knives, or barbecue tools.These it is easiest to select theproper
escape played a part In connec- where they blems and Certificates to four over 21 years of technicians The City of Starke Tuesday be awarded on the basis of merit
two with the were connected with the bank are items the entire familyran gift quickly and painl..lyIhroliRh
the men rob- Into motion
ting employees at a special cere- night put proce- not divided among all employees
bery on Wednesday, Nov. 17, robbery. Kauord prison offi sharea surefire way to hate a business gift counselor.You mony in his office at Camp Col., llatcher (Cat right) pointed dures to allocate $4,000 In me- In blanket raises.
daIs .
said goodwill effort .
Tuesday had your warmly remembered. can find these trained .x pert.IInd.r
they no rit raises It has been holding
of the Memphis branch bank. further Blanding on November 23.: out that the awards are given pay ; -
Information in the
Ralford officials on the escapees Idv..rtilinlSpN'laltie. pending the lift of the freeze.
prison In for and
were since that Incident. The guidelines to effective givingare Yellow! Pages of your phone book. Recipients of the awards are recognition long Nine w w w
city employees were
contacted and pictures of the faithful service National
quite simple The Specialty Ad (from left): 1st Sgt. Ray F. as present at the council ,meetIng t- A veteran parent is puzzled
two escapees were forwardedto Memphis. Some of the wit- Crlffls, Administration Spe his personal appreciation Tuesday night to find out louder than little boys in demanding
cialist with 17 of technician how the council will allocate -
to the bank holdup then years to each.
nesses a hone of
Travel their
connected Gyger and McDonald Safely A GUIDE TO TOY SELECTIONDisguised service; Mrs. Marie Sle- He also expressed hope that the 4000. The council star- It may be that little boys own.real

with the robbery, which Before leaving, makean most of the year as parent did" for him. One it boring! mer. secretary 18 vears of each would wear the emblem ted to award the raises two ue they're not going to get
netted the fugitives 20770. inventory and description grandparent aunt or uncle the other frustrating technician service; CW4 JohnC. proudly as a symbol of com- weeks ago but held up whenIt rt.
Stephens, Organizational found about had been
Fingerprints taken at the bank the petent and devoted public service $6,500
of all valuables to be "Santa Cl.ius" often finds that selecting B. BE SURE that toys selected Maintenance Officer 24
also placed the two men in the taken on your journey. Christmas toys for preschool are safe, soundly constructed over .

building. Keep this list with youngsters can be a bewildering job. sturdy and durable I
Some of the with stolen radio-con money credit card record your in a Costly gimmicky toys, broken or enough to take the r Personalize Holiday CardsA Pictures Make Ideal Christmas Presents
rigged .
iras after Christmas, of pre-school play.A
the area
ignored day
trolled devices. Once they were safe place ; give a duplicate disappointment to adults, but broken toy doesn't mean complimentary way to express .md even match or contrast the Chritlni.ii gifts. from faraway from Old' M.....-.. TH i ontrmporary.ilnlr.ii
removed from the bank, tellers to your traveling more important the rapidly grow that a child is destructive Too your own personality and iKsp.itih printed urn-ling with a black red pl...'.s ,tini i< near .is a trip" to town lions awuailahli, -
activated the devices, causing companion. ing pre-hnoler has lost the fun of often it means that the toy warm special wishes. to a frirrid. at or lilur ink.And. when the gift is a framed" pictureor In i l.tssii round or oblong shapea
them to explode and spray tear Keep your cash at a learning and discovery with wiselycliosen didn't live up to Its promises.. Christmas time ;is to pen. your signature juil t for fun you can keep mirnir Krprodiu lions, of point handsome framed mirror is P gift.
and red marking Ink. THE PLAY ings from Old World Italy' France, that will 1 be wrliome home
gas minimum and use trav. toys. C. CONSIDER and perhaps a note on cards t.ibs on how many miles of writing in any
After the holdup, Memphis elers checks.If VALUES of a toy before buy. and gift enclosures.The is involved with your Christmas lint.Hair's or En"I.".." the Oiient. even ancient Mirror. fr.nnri. like pin Jure frames,
police found a stolen car near- NeRI y ing. "World in miniature"toys personal signature remains ink supply( will give you about Egypt: inspire fantasy trips are a\.,,1..1,1. in an infinite variety
you are carrying rnarnyrAs and electrically the of into palaces. and' vllas and long- of styles' textures. and colors They
by with traces of tear gas and or battery sign grarioiisnes and' indiCates 2.100( feel of writing/ per pen .
red Ink In It. Witnesses had credit cards, limit the operated toys seldom challenge to Ihe recipient that you look almost. half a mile. And. it will writeon forgotten gardens ol legendary/ fig' may be as elaborate as sctentrenih.
seen the car drive by after number to those that are the pre-s<.hooler't image the. time to think about her or him any card stock including regular, ures. Fr.imes for picturesand' mirrors and eighteenth century European
the holdup with two men hangng essential, leaving the rest ination. Toys with which he as your wrote it. foil. pan hnirnt. reproduce craftsmanship from caning I or as simple. as stark contemporary
out of It and smoke coming in a safe deposit box at can push pull build, teardown New tapered nylon-tip pens, like, Porous, pent also are easy and fun many I.ln.h.AI''ortlinil. mouldings' ,
out of the windows. home; keep a duplicate take apart and put together Paper Mate's Flair are particularlyfine to draw with. Consider making your to th.* Picture and 1 Pictures are available, in department
After the prison break on record of their numbers. again have greater play for this activity. Soft-pointed own ; card illustrations, in Frame Institute the best. guides to and' tarirty" stores, gift and
turday, Nov. 13, the men are values. they allow you to write yards and addition to signing; your name to a homing gift pictures are the inter.ruts framing shopn. book stores, andmusiiiiiis.
believed to have fled the Rat- Women should keepa Some iif the types of toys recommended yards without hand and with a real personal note Let the children draw and home. decor. of the retipi* at prues, to suit any budget
firm grip on their purse .kool Research for ents Still lifer landscape and portraits Mirrors are available. at .
ord area In a pick-up truck a guide for the many adults by Play expression of your personality. Write Christmas: pictures on paper platesfor department
tolen from a home on Bayless (preferred to a pocket who will be playing Santa Claus for pre-sihoolers. are blocks of various thick or thin with a bold line or a decoration in their. own rooms are appropriate for anyone on variety and gift stores'VA .
Ilghway near the prison entrance book) ; when in a crowd, pre-si. hoolrrs this ;year, Playskool shapes, puzzle plaques, drop boxes. feminine flourish,artistically gaily during the holiday season your gift list Reprodustiuusranging
on Highway 16.The truck men are cautioned to keep Research recommends these ABC'sof
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tamada Inn In Lake City; ,where pocket; men and women A. ALWAYS CHOOSE toys
the escapees are believed to are cautioned to be alertto which are suiti-d, to the child's +;eat,; :i:i\

ave switched to a passengerar the possibility purse particular stave of develop .. ... .
: stolen from the motel's ment. As the preschooler rap.

larking The next area.trace of Gyger and ets snatchers being present.and pick-pock. idly develops new skills, he ;.

.fcDonald was from Baton qui kly loses. interest in a toy AL.

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October Land Sales Rise To Half MillionOctober tI I

for a parcel of land on SR- G. H. Barrs to Mr. and Mr. 5.000 from James RUey 'i6uou Corp to from Mr.Young and Mr America Linwood -
thard of Stark for a parcelof Heath'to Mr. and .. Peter -
land transaction In 100.1 E. W. Hodges, Sr., of Brook- Cuff of Stark'" for a par
Bradford County\ totaled $494- land on SR-100.-, $3.300 from Mr. and Mr*. er. D. John on of Stark. eel of land In the Cahagan
$10,200 from Double EagleInc
886. according to tax stamp Subdivision. fa i t
of Gainesville to Mr. and w.rwusnut r
riled in the $16.000 from Young
affixed to deeds of America -
Mrs. iBeckwlth
clerk. Stephen Mr and Mrs
office of the county George
Starke of land
for a parcel on
Largest transaction of the McArthur of Stark.
Lake Geneva. r
month was a 320 acre parcelof of $4,000 from Mr. and Mr.
land east of SR-235 at NewRiver Gainesville$2.720 from to Mr. and Eagle Mrs W. C. Stalnaker to. the Town .,' '
of Brooker.
It sold for
Station. was w '
Alfred H. Lagasse of Keystone
$95,000 by Mr. and Mrs. El- $8.000 from J. B. White and rN1
ver J. Lanum to New River Heights. from Double EagleInc. Mr. and Mrs B. C. White
headed by Fons $10,000 to Clembertln Davis of Stark .
Ranch, Inc, to Stanley Lynch of Melrose *
Williams a Jacksonville real- for a parcel of land on Ikv e18C.fMcCarver and to Jar ,

tor.Land sales have almost doubles Lake Geneva. A. Bickel of Bradford County
$1.800 from Margaret Pre-
In 1971 compared to previous vats a widow to Mr. and Mr*. for a parcel, of land on SR.
fell 19.
although they James E. Christmas of Starke. f
off In July, August.and Septem- $22,700 from Mr. and Mrs. $2,000 from Mr. and Mr. -
ter, averaging $271,362. ThatIs Pas down from the June levelof Llvlo Battista of New rr Viola Emerson of New York.
$423,000. As noted above York Mrs. to Mr. and Mr*. CecU YLaYr $2,100 from Mr. and Mr. Would You Believe?
sales rose again In October D. Davison of Fort Lauderdalefor Win Hogan Smith to Lewis W.
nearly reaching the half mil a parcel of land on SR- Smith and wife Edna Smith for
lion dollar level. 200 with 2.807 acres and the a parcel of land.on SRS-229. Heroes Knowles, local auto mechanic, Is pictured
October sales of $1,000 or facilities of the Jo-Lu Motel. $4.000 from Mr. and Mr. with a portion of the 105 pumpkins h. has harvested
more listed below: $3,000 from Jessie W. Durban Lewi W. Smith to Mr. and this fall from one volunteer vine In his gordon. at 338
$13,000 from Jewell T. Ro- a widow to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James H. Hulce of Starke. Edwards Road. The huge vine, which grew something
Mr.. CarlA. $85,000 from
berts. to Mr. and for O. J. Boyett Jr. of Lawtey. tries Inc. of Gateway Indus like Jack's beanstalk, covers at least a half acre of
Thompson of Lawtey Jacksonville to
$5 000 from Mr. and Mrs.Davfd .
property In Crosby LaKe Baldwin-Chevrolet. Olds, Inc. ground. Mr. Knowles gave the vine no special treatment
Browning to Lillian Con-
Shores. of Gainesville. of Starke for a parcel of land to make It produce Its record-brooking yield. ,
$14,000 from Mr. and Mrs. way onUS-301.
from B.
$11,000 Evelyn Tyler
Foster S. Smith to Stephen F. to Mr. and Mrs. RobertF. $1,500 from Mr. and Mr*.
Smith of Starke. Parrish of Ocala for 25 G. D. Wood to Mr. and Mr*. Industry Is Urged to SupportU.S.
$3,200 from Mamie Clark Jones R. Cook of Keystone
Nadine Cannon and Clara Dean acres.$21,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Heights. Bond Payroll Savings Plan
Rogers to George C. Millerof L. L. Renfroe to Mr. and Mrs. $16,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
Cresent City, Fla. for a Gary T. Buckley of Starke. D. C. Layman to Mr. and Mrs. American industry has been urged by the National
parcel of land on SR-16. $6,800 from Mr and Mrs. N. E. McDonald of Starke. Association of Manufacturers to support the U.S.Trens-
$3,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Dupount to Mr and $3,000 from Mr. and Mrs. UI' "II' Pay foil Savings Plan to expand the sales of U.S..
Hollls V. Knight Jr. of Duval Mrs. Vasco Raulerson and E- Dump Truck Totaled Guy Andrew and Mr. and Mr*. Savings Bonds to employees.
County; to Mr. and Mrs. Jo- A. J. Thomas and A. Maura
dith Hlggin of Brycevllle, Fla.
NAM Board Chairman E. J. Dwyer told the Annota
Ferda of Miami, for 3.09
seph Jr. and E. B. Maura
to Crown
$2 000 from Mr. and Mrs.W. .
tion's Directors in Washington, D.C., that with
The today's
estimated at $300. driver
acres along SR-100. II. Brown and Neta Brownto A county dump truck and a truck was estimated at 2800. Builders of Gainesville for a
$16,500 from Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emert R. Mack semi collided at the Intersection Property damage was estimatedat Eatella McDougald Kates received parcel of land at Rockwood pressures on prices, profits, and wages, it is increasingly
Sterling Pyatt and Amelia K. Poteet DI of Jacksonville for a of US 301 and Mar- $250 to a road sign. no Injuries but Madaf $5,666 from Mr. and Mrs important that business rive( active support to any government
Pyatt a widow to Mr. and parcel of land on Sampson ket Road last week. The coun- Raymond Crews was charged furl who Is In the Navy received J. R. Crew to Mr. and Mrs. program that seeks to avoid inflationary debt
Mrs. Loran C. Brown of Brad- Shores. ty truck was totaled when the with failure to yield right of class C Injuries. Thomas C. Mallow of Starke. mnmiKcmont.
ford County for a lot In the $24,340 from Mr. and Mrs. driver. Raymond Crews pulled way.A. w it!!
Carl Vollkoph Subdivision. Julius Marlowe to Mr. and Into the middle median and Norton 750 motorcycle was ------------------------------- "- -
$3.200 from Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Leo R. Trainor of Opa- the brakes failed and It struck totaled Sunday when a 69 Bulck
Andrew J. Johnson to Ann Mc- locka, Fla. the Petroleum Carrier Corp was turning on 301 and pulled
I Crary of Starke. truck on the left side. out In front of John Richard r l
I $14,200 from Mr. and Mrs. The driver of the petroleum Madafferl who was driving the AN H
C. Bar-
$2,000 from Peggy
Alfred II.Lagasse of Clay truck was Duane Lee Mltzel. cycle.
t; to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sou- nett to J. B. White of Starke Damage done to the 1969 Mack Damages done to the car are :

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Florida Needs Another


National Cemetery *

Efforts to have Congress authorize etery, when and if authorized. a ; ,

the establishment of a new National oll I

Cemetery have been given Impetus recently From time to time the opinion has a ;

by the introduction legislation been expressed locally: that a portion ,
sponsored Jointly by Florida Representatives of Camp Blandlng would make an ideal -

Chappell, Frey, and Rogers. ''location for a National Cemetery, and

I I in the vast acreage of the reservation -
The bill Is said to differ In form it should be possible to find a

but Is not In conflict with another site that would not Interfere with any

which was Introduced last year by present use by the National Guardor ti,* t

Representative Charles Bennett, call- other branches of the regular ser

ing for the establishment of such a vice. ThIs proposal is on the agenda

facility In the Jacksonville area. for the next Chamber of Commerce

board meeting, and it is considered

likely that steps will be taken by

At the present time, the only avail- the Chamber to enlist support for

able space in a National Cemeteryin the Blandlng! location.In .

Florida is at Pensacola, in the
extreme western part of the statean -- support of his Bill, Congressman -

inconvenient location for the fami- Bennett told the House Veterans '

lies of veterans living in central and Affairs Committee that ten per cent <,)t. : ,4. .. ..Jr., ":
of Florida's veterans live In Jack- >( '
south Florida The National Cemeteryat : '
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St. Augustine has no more available sonville. He also noted that the city : ; : < : ,

space, and these are the only two is within reasonable traveling distanceof
presently located in Florida. most of the veterans in Florida, (photo by Danny's Photography)

and is a hub of all forms of transporta.tfonYIt -

The new proposed legislation does lie's .In th'e centef of a BHS Band Wins Superior Ratings I

not specify a site, but would leaveit large area not now served by a Na-

to the Secretary of the Army to tional Cemetery, with the nearest at -
Bradford High School's topflight given a superior rating on Inspection the same superior ratings
in Florida Beaufort S. C., more than 150 miles marching band pie think that the band's workIs spring."
select a location where won superior (which Includes mili- the 24-member Drill Team.
veterans live in the greatest concentration away. ratings at the District tary bearing, neatness, general over" when football season
ends, the director said. "But
3 Band Directors Marching appearance, etc) and another Dean Cassels
band director,
actually the hardest part of This Is the fourth straight
Certainly Florida needs and de- Contest at the University; of superior on Marching (which said that the band will parti-
: Florida Stadium. Nov 20. Includes the year Is Just beginning for year that the BUS Band has
marching ability mu- cipate In the Concert Contestat
another National Cemetery and with the tedious rating In the
Three of major veterans organiza- serves ) us refining won a superior
sicianship, etc Participatingwith P. K. Yonge School: Gainesville -
tions are already on record urgingthe we can think of no other site that The 62-member band was the band and receiving on March 25. "Some pooK process necessary to preparefor marching category, Cassels
establishment of another National would be more suitable than Camp the concert contests nextLetters said.
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need for a Florida facility; more con- ville to serve the purposes of con-

veniently located for the families of venience to families, yet outside of I
deceased veterans. Data already com- the congestion In the Immediate vicinity County Agent News I to lls.

piled by Rep. Bennett would seem ; around the city, which some- .
to place the Jacksonville area as the ,times detracts from the dignity; and By Bobby L. Taylor

logical site for the new National Cem- quietness of such facilities. the Editor.
With the Thanksgiving holidays and covering the beds have soil In the plant bed area should
and the Initial rush to brought the cost and time of be free of roots, rocks, plant Nov: 25, 1971 you do use It, please get off
Non-Commercial Television get into the woods for hunting producing plants to the lowestIn residues, and large clumps of Dear Mr. Matthews: of it before It is too late.
soil. Fumigant will The Tel- Mr. Matthews, I love .Starke
over, our folks can now get many years. penetration I do enjoy reading
down to some serious planningfor Growers that have not been be much better if the soil Is egraph each week and look forward Bradford County, and all the
I Deserves Public Support our next crop year. Our growing their own plants should In a loose, fluffy condition. The to receiving It with eager many people I know there, andI
. corn tobacco, small grains and Investigate these changes and soil should not be excessivelywet ness Since I was IncarceratedIn would be so grateful and so
pasture producers did an excellent consider resuming the produc- or dry, but should be at May of 1968 I have seen thankful for all their prayersand
D Channel WJCT, the public service kind of thing that gradually kills pris- Job of making the right tion of plants. Not only can a level that is suitable for Starke grow and prosper since thoughts. I do trust In God
i television station in Jacksonville, is oners in concentration decisions last year. they produce plants at a lower good plant growth. I'll discuss that time, through the paper. that soon I can regain all their
camps. cost, but they also reduce the when and how to I wish I thereto
out its annual appeal for new Even though we are not a fumigate In How do was love and respect and do hope
sending leading tobacco producing county Likelihood of bringing diseases later articles.We be a part of It. I do love society will forgive me, and
. members to Join the thousands of "One needs only: to watch a toddler ; this crop Is very impor- on their farm and can also have a supply of the 1972 Starke and Bradford County as that I can do something that
appreciative viewers who are already sitting In front of a TV set, the drained tant to us. Growers should produce be certain of having plants of Farmer's Tax Guide that gives It has been my home since will earn me that. I do wish
contributing: ,financial aid to help bring 'face, motionless body, the startled cry their own plants, If pos- a known variety; and at the most of the Information need- 194130 years ago. each and all the best In God's
outstanding, non-commercial. televis- that breaks through, to realize physio- sible, and plant only provenor time the plants are needed. ed for completing your tax In 1965 I had a complete care. I would be so grateful for
recommended varieties. Proper soil preparation Is forms. Just call or come by nervous breakdown and was correspondence with some-
ion to families in this area. logical and psychological depletion, a must for the grower that your County Agent's office In confined in a hospital In Mac- one.
he said. The overwhelming action and Variety; recommendations for fumigates his own beds. Theo Starke for your copy. clenny for nearly two months. Respectfully,
1972 the
Channel 7 already offers such great violence and shock of television leaves In are essentially For same I was advised by the doctorsto TIllman It. Mcintosh
as previous
television fare as Sesame Street, Feed- children no real outlet and no expression eral plantings the years.following gen-varieties continue the tranquilizers P. O. Box 1177
back, Masterpiece Theatre, The Great for his aroused feelings. He are recommended: 1. it's a woman's Uy Martha Sue McCain the remainder of my life. I Avon Park, Fla. 33825

American Dream Machine, Hollywood also pointed out that today's children HICKS, WHITE GOLD, NC 2326, :,; .-. nflfiMlffi? ))(!I County Extension got 1 started hooked drinking on them alcholic and then beverages -
:Nove.; 27 1971
Television Theatre the French Chef bombarded thousands of VA 115, McNAIR 20, McNAIR Home Economics ,
are being by IJ1JLJd[] ;: which affected my entire Dear Editor:
and other unequalled offerings In mu- "Immoderate, misleading, and often 30.These varieties are recom- physical and mental con- It Is verb disturbing the way
sic, drama, and public affairs. Last fraudulent" commercials. mended for several reasons. dition. Not: realizing what damage the news media downgrade our
week's concert by the World Sym- They have high market acceptability I was doing to myself, policemen by giving them an
phony Orchestra with Arthur Feidler and are in great demand DECEMBER PLENTIFUI.S- from heat and let soak 1 hour. strange and mysterious things overdose of publicity about bru-
and the and let soak began to happen to me. I lost Too
by cigarette manufacturers. Broller-Fryers potatoeswill Or add water tality and dishonesty. often -
conducting was worth the price of Countless theologians and crime experts Interest in and lost
Growers are familiar with be featured Jointly on the overnight in a cool place. Add my Job, acts of heroism go unnoticed -
a year's supporting membership, Just have warned that the excessive these "old-line" varieties and U, S. Consumer and Market- salt and cook until almost done. my love and trust In other and the truth Is bur-
$15. degradation, violence, and crime on can normally grow, harvest, Ing Service's plentiful foods list Add potatoes and onion; cook people. I generally began to led under all the criticism.
television Is affecting the young and and cure them with relative for December. 30 minutes. lose control of myself. I need- The 1 fact Is that less than one-
Channel 7 has no commercial sponsors impressionable adversely. In addition, ease. These varieties mature Other plentifuls on the December With the longer-cooking beans ed help, but tried not to show half of one percent of policemen -
earlier than most other list are: apples, ap- you may need to add more It.In ever discredit their uni-
and depends upon Its viewersfor such frauds as canned laughter and cue- varieties April of 1968 I lost
I and therefore can be plesauce and apple juice, rice, water. Mix flour with a littleof my form. That's a better average
financial support. Many other exceptional card applause are producing a gene- allowed to fully ripen and still fresh pears, cranberries, cran- the tomatoes and add to Job and became so depressedand than jou'll find among clergymen -
programs will be presentedas ration without a normal sense of be marketed before Florida berry sauce and cranberry Juice the beans with rest of toma- upset that I anticipated sui After all, a man who risks
soon as the necessary financingis values. auctions are closed. cocktail, split peas, pork, turkey toes, the green pepper, and cide. I began taking overdosesof his life to protect the citizenry -
available. Except for Hicks and White and eggs.Through seasonings.Cook theozine tranquilizers and is a warrior In the highest
Gold, moderate to high black Its plentiful foods 10 minutes, stirring occasionally drinking alcoholic beverages sense of the word, and he shouldbe
Some think
observers that the
great- shank resistance is In program, the U. S. Departmentof to prevent sticking. excessively. Finally on May rewarded adequately.
Chief Justice Warren E. Burger recently est tragedy to befall the nation since these varieties. Under present present Agriculture informs consu- Stir In the milk and reheat 4, 1968, I lost control of my- Today the average policemanhas
said, "Individual citizens and the war was turning over all primary acreage poundage programs mers and all segments of the quickly. self and committed a terrible more character and more
the communities they compose owe a television airwaves to commercial Interests any of the varieties will nor- food Industry about foods expected Makes 6 servings, approxi- crime, taking another person'slife. intelligence than the average
to be in abundant sup mately 3/4 cup each. !NOTE; : If I had not been under university professor. But our
duty to themselves to take an active ,, who seek mainly profits rather mally produce as much tobacco -
; the Influence of alcohol and
and In need of add of bacon
as can be sold. ply marketing You may pieces Communist oriented society has
Interest in the scope and quality; of than upgrading the entertainment that assistance. The monthly list and ham to enhance the drugs, this would not have hap degraded these brave men and
the television service, which has a is fed Into the American living room. is compiled by USDA commodity flavor. pened. I will regret It the rest has permitted them to be Insulted -
vast impact on their lives and the And having done so, the Governmentstill None of these varieties Is specialists from the fact- Using another plentiful, cran- of my life by criminals includingthe
resistant to root-knot nema- finding sources available In berries. I was frantic and so disturbed and denouncedby
lives of their children. Their responsibilities has not provided decent regula- hippies, even
todes. Therefore growers government and the food in- that I tried to take my own artful, sly and sentimental
are Important. They are the tion for the sometimes sordid and
should use long-term rotationsand life. I was placed In custodyIn
dustry. So now lets see about CRANBERRY ORANGE BREAD Judges. Try to Imagine what
owners of the channels of television. utterly stupid output that now con- effective nematicldes to using some of these plentifuls: Sift 2 cups sifted all-purpose the county Jail booked for would happen If there wereno
indeed of all broadcasting.The sumes 90 per cent of American com- reduce the possibility of damage flour with 3/4 cup sugar, 1-1/2 first' decree! murder. policemen around. lie's the
mercial television time. from nematodes. Thisis BEAN CHOWDER34 teaspoons baking powder, I tea- At the times I didn't rea- prime reason your hnme has-
worthwhile programs of Public i not an added cost of growIng cup dry beans (any type spoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon lize what had happened. I was n't been burned, your family
Service Television are more impor- If you would like to register I these varieties because rotations of white beans such as navy, soda. Stir in I cup coarselycut so upset and disturbed, I was abused, your business looted.
your and nematicldes shouldbe soup, great northern, etc.), 3 cranberries, 1/2 cup mentally and physically sick, :Now; there are rumblings being -
tant now than ever before, with mounting protest, and at the same time show used regardless of the variety cups water 1-1/2 teaspoon salt, chopped walnuts, and I tea- and was In close confinement, heard that our local police -
evidence that U. S. commercial your appreciation for the great effort that is planted.Developments 3/4 cup diced potatoes, 1 small spoon grated orange peel. under medication and observation and law enforcement agencies -
television is the worst new Influence now being made by PBS to offer a onion (chopped), 3/4 cup tomatoes Combine 1 beaten egg, 3/4 until examined by two should accept federalaid
on the American people In decades.A choice for the more discriminating over the past cooked or canned: 1- cup orange Juice, and 2 tablespoons psychiatrists and was found to and subsidizations whichIs
viewers years In fumigation and covering 1/2 teaspoons flour, 1/3 cup salad oil. Add to be Insane and Incompetent. a very dangerous step towards -
recently there be better
pediatrician can no
prominent way of tobacco beds have resulted shredded green pepper, I to dry Ingredients, stirring Just I was committed by the courtto federal government con-
warned the Federal Trade Commissionthat than sending a $15 membership NOW, In much lower costs of 2 tablespoons butter, margarine till moistened. Bake In greased the Florida State Hospitalat trol. Probably, I hope, there
the constant stimuli that children during the current fund drive, to Channel producing plants. Injection of or drippings, and 1-1/2 9-1/2 x 5 x 3 Inch loaf pan In Chattahoochee until they determined are many Chiefs of Police who
,see on commercial television Is the 7 WJCT Jacksonville. fumigants, elimination of side cups milk. moderate oven 350 degrees 50 me to be well and take the difficult path and turn
walls, and use of the same Wash beans. Add the water, minutes or until done. Remove sane again. From July 1968 to down their share of federal
plastic cover for fumigation boll 2 minutes, then removein from pan and cool. April 1971, almost three years, aid.
I was under close confinement, The People of Florida shouldbe
---- -- -- - - - - heavy medication, and
therapy proud of the wise and very
sessions. I finally regained my courageous sheriff of Okaloosa
The Bradford County I MoreBradiordFamili Move J memory, my nerves were calm, County, Sheriff Kay Wilson who
and I
was a well man again.

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Into Upper Income Brackets I I months I realized there what after had happenedto several out ment's refused with share to this accept of statement a federal his depart-:hand-"As

1879 me. I prayed to God for help sheriff of this county, I serve
lksBiWe More Bradford County families disposable cash remaining cent of the local households and forgiveness and I !know the people. If 1 take federal
are now In the middle and from their incomes alter pay- with net Incomes of $5,000 to I received It. I've prayed night money I will have two masters -
upper Income brackets, and fewer Ing their personal taxes. The SSlOOO: after taxes: 10.7 per and day ever since then for Instead, I choose the people -
M.M... For God hath not given' ua are In the lower brackets proportion three years ago, guidance and help. I was released of Okaloosa County." *
the spirit of fear,but of power than ever before according to when a similar study was made cent level,at and the 13.5$8,000 per cent to $10,000 In the from the hospital on -Paul I MengHampton
FLORA SSAS and of love and of a aoiincmind. a nationwide study of Income was only 41.7 per cent. over $10,000 brackets. The remainder April 16, 1971 a well man, to t la.
.-(Timothy 1, 7.) and Its distribution.The The 9.2 per cent gain shown are below $5,000. come back and stand trial. I
C.hT survey reveals. thAt many here topped the national increase was sentenced to ten years in
Because of the steady rise
/ tN When we trust in God completely of those who were In the $8,000to of 6.1 per cent, and the in the cost of living, these prison, which I am now serving theOld7m& ,
we are freed from the $10,000 group a year or soago South Atlantic States gain of Income gains were offset toe at Avon Park.
fear and fearful Imaginings are now In the $10,000and 6.7 per cent.Because .- large extent, but the advan- Since being In prison I've
bracket got off all tranqulllzers
over Their for- and
which are born of human mer positions on the Income tages have outweighed the disadvantages drugs and of .* no alcoholic -
E.L. MATTHEWS, EditorrPubll weakness. We become strong ladder have In turn, been taken the survey takes Into In the past five beverages since May 1968.
Publl.heelch Thurtday. and entered a* Second and courageous In the release over by families who movedup account only cash income, It years. Thank God for that. I lost my
Clot Matter at the Pest Office at Starke, Florida and the exercise of the divine from the does not do full Justice to farm Purpose of the survey was to mother recently whom I loved
$5,000 to $8,000 communities, where Income- obtain a better financial picture so much and
under Act of March 3rd 1879. strength and power that la catarorv. wanted no muchto %
Subscription 'In trad areas 1 $5.00; Outside within us-the Cod-riven In-kind and lower living costs of localities across the see me free again. I say to *
year In Bradford County
; the are Important considerations.The country than could be gained anyone, young or Old, please "Anybody who throw. hi.
trad area: 1 year, $5.50. spirit that fllla and rules. ua report shows, 50.9 per cent of breakdown flgues for solely from the usual "a- don't let drug and alcohol ruin Wright around l is. apt to 1 Ix
when we let it do N. households had $5,000 or more Bradford County; list 26.7 per verage Income" figures. your life as it did mine. If rocking the boat.1'fforanh

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6:15j: WMU Grayer Circle, 7:15: ;
Evening Worship 7:30.
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Children's Choir, 7 p.m.WMU Monday through Wednesday

Tuesday meeting a Praver 7:30. Crpua 9:30: Church.Dec. 8-8, at Grace Baptist L1T1TLU1I l lID ITHJJLL[ I

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Thursday Visitation, 7:30: Grlffls Loop southeasterStarke CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE .

pjn. or SRS-IOOA. Rev. Leon T. Sunday School 9:45 sum. Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services:
Denton Sumrall, pastor. Odom II pastor. Morning Worship 11 a.m.: Youth ship Services 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
Bible Literature Service 6 pm..Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 pjn. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng -
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wwwwwYOUTH 7 p.m.Thursday. 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7:30 p.m. Everyone wel-. ship 7 pjn.Tuesday. Worship 7 p.m.
RepresentativeAt night Prayer Meeting Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church come.L.L. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m.
Pine Level 7:30: pjn. located one block west on SR Parker, pastor
David Hodges Pastor 16.J.P.H. W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Rev. Douglas Mine, representative Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
of Bible Literature SMYRNA MISSIONARY
School 10 Morning
GRACE Sunday a.m.
PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services -
International of Columbus, 0- BAPTIST CHURCH
CHURCH. STARKE Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Ito will speak on Sunday Dec METHODIST CHURCH Booster Band Young 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services
Sunday School 10 Mom- Service Worshp 1.-JameIShaw,pastor.
a.m. School 10 People and Prayer >. ij
Sunday MornIng
a.m. 10
5, at the 7 p.m. service In the : Sunday School. a.m.
Ing Worship at 11. Training 11 Youth Ser- 6 Evening Worship 7 p.m. .
REVIVALAT Pine Level Baptist Church. Union 6:30 Wor- Worship a.m. p.m. Preaching 11 a.m.Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
p.m. vice 6 pjn. Evening Worship, Midweek Service Wednesday
Rev. Hlne carries his ministry 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship FLA.
ship 7:30. Wednesday Pray '
7:30 Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland
to an average of 115 churches er Meeting 7:30.Rev.: LeonT. Bard p.m. Pastor. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev.Jim Temple pastor.Sun J
every ;year presentingthe Odom Jr., pastor. pastor. -Wilbur I Dyess' Pastor day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol !
challenge of BLI which Superintendent. Training Union, 1
provides free salvation literature AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH[ OF GOD 6:45 Lowell Di I
CHURCH Douglas
Raiford Road & Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theressa) BROOKER : p.m. -
In 151 nations In 175 dif- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng OF PROPHECY rector. Worship Services U a.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. 1
ferent languages and dialects. Worship 11 am. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service ,
i. Evening Morning Worship II a.m.
Ing Worship 11. Sunday Pple'l
other accomplishments Ing Worship 11 a.m. Young -
Among his many Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday 6:30 7:30.: Laver Outlaw music -
7 Training Union p.m.
Grace P.m. Thursday night, 7:30.:
6 Evangelistic -
Baptist he was associated Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Service p.m. director. I
with -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. Service 7 p.m. Wednesday .
for seven ;years 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Wednesday Night Prayer Ser '
Zoller In Detroit Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.
Dr. John every Monday 7 p.m. Merle HEILBRONN BAPTIST I
vices 7:30 Rev.
: p.m.
and the coast to coast EVERGREEN BAPTIST Come and worship with us.
Mich., Prevatt
pastor Every- CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
Church broadcast "America Back to oGFi. Highway 125 Northwest of Packham pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
God." Lawtey. Sunday; School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11. Trainin g
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
Night Service 7:30 Wed WILLBAPTIST CHURCH
CHURCH STARKE : p.m. CHURCH STARKE 7:30. Midweek Prayer
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Father James Cregan, pastor nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 Holy Eucharist, lit and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Service 7:30.
Decwnbor: 7 8 p.m. Rev. Albert Knight,pas School 9:30 Morning Worship,
STARKE Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday Sundays U ajn. Morning ; -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas
Sunday Brotherhood MeetIng Mass 1L( a.m. Holy Day Mass tor. Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service tor.
Jasper Williams
and 7:30: a.m.; 7 p.m day 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: 6 p.m.Rev.
Sunday, Breakfast.,:45: MornIng Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST ajn. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. pastor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
7:30: P.M. Worship at 11, sermon, P.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. -John M. Flynn Rector LATTER DAY SAINTS
Morning Worship 11 Even- FIRST UNITED METHODIST
School of Religion a.m.
"Christ In Prophecy"; Church : 1404 E. Bessent Road
Grade School Sunday U Ing Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek STARKE
Training, 6:15: Evening Wor- Sunday Priesthood 8:30
; : a.
Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST 9:45 Morning
a.m. to 12 Sunday School. : ;
"The Real- noon.
7:30 Sunday
sermon m. School 10 Sac-
ship. : a.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 11 Junior and Senior
High School -- Sunday 7 Worship ;
of Unseen Things". P.m.Be rament, 6 .
ity p.m.
In church Church
MCHEAL DeGOLYER P.m. Sunday. Service II a.m. MYF groups 6 p.m.
Trustees Meeting Mia
Monday Monday 7:30
: p.m.
Frank Jarvis pastor. Training 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal -
Youth Choir 7. Tuesday
5:30 Primary 4:30
: p.m.; MeetIng p.m.
Worship 7:30. 7 Prayer -
: ,
Tuesday Junior (Young Musicians BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST MARY'S p.m. Wednesday Relief Society: ;
ST. CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal -
Evangelist )Choir. 3:30 p.m.;Girls Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship CHURCH.MACCLENNY 7:30 7:45. 7:30: p.m.
In Action, 4:15; Ethel Biggs Service II a.m. Church Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev.p.m.J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Jesse D. Branson Branch
Group, Christmas Party; and Training 6:30 pjn. Evening Day Mass 5:30 President.
Dutch Treat Dinner at Garden Worship 7:30.Wednesday: w p.m.r. VtfffftffX&it&t: .>>' xx.;;.";.:':";";;;:::<:::::*:::";";:::::::;;::::::::";::";";:: ::::::j:::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::Wtttf&ffM: ::::::: ;:::;:;:: :)

Group Rnntaurant.meets 7 at D.m.the: home Brownlee of 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting .__. _.......-..- ---.. .!I finj

Special Each Mrs. A. Russell Norman 7:30. Rev. J.D. Robinson l
Singing Wednesday Family NlghtSup- :

per 6 pjn; Prayer Meeting LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST :: N.
R.A. Meeting 6:30: p.m.; Teachers CHURCH : '.

Night By Youth and Officers Meeting, Sunday School 10a.m.Morn- ::: :
Ing Worship 11 :; :
Church a.m. Evening
7:15: p.m.; : Choir Prac- ::
Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
tice.Thursday Everyone welcome. ::.: ,4StiLi
GroupsGAINESVILLE Music Makers '' ;:
Choir Practice 3:30: p.m. Rev. Robert Halsten, pastor ::

W.A. Hogan, pastor. ::.
422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.

HAMPTON BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- :} :
CHURCH ing Worship U a.m. Sunday I I I
Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night
Sunday; School 10 a.m.; Mom-
Wednesday, 7:30: Prayer I'
Ing Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study Meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. .... '.
6:30 pjn.; Evening Service 7:30: -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor .

Business 'p.m. .....:: 1
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Melvin Pastor :
Hamel Union 10:15 ; :: :
: a.m.; Morning Wor-
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SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES a.m. Evening Worship :
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 :::: + : :
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST' : : s. a; +N : :1 1 r:
Wednesday. ? 1- .....

OLDSMOBILE Johnson& Paris, Inc. Wells North Intersection)pastor.arid 225.of Highways lev. Wayne 1 1A Pastor Rev. Robert West ,;: r'KI' flew% SHOWS m m"i ti,##

Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning Sunday School 9:45:> a.m. f -.. illE- ..
Fine Selection of Used Can insecticides Pet 8uppllesFERTILIZERS Service at 11. Evening Service Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth can see by the car tracks that people are going ::j si r:

2001 Taken N.W.On 13th Cadillac- Ph.Tradee 378-W 7:30.: Wednesday... Service,. 7:30: Fellowship 6 urn. Choir Practice __ ... : EI'. !places despite the heavy snows. Others, like you and 1:1;::; ':
Rm Wednesday 8 p.m. ...rat;:s Jr{ '
became of' it because
w. Real Fertilizer Spreader -Rev. Robert D. Burch A me. perhaps are going places ::1: 11

Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA t24 N.W. lib Ph. J7S-M78 Yl. the new-fallen' snow is beautiful and we want to enjoy 11;
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BAPTIST CHURCH .tOll it and look at the 'it makes on the land. :' ::
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Sunday Service:Sunday Sct ooh>) Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- IM Oiwih H M GLASS 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Ing Worship II. Training Union 4 ...'M 'In l,r..4JB||S 4 wheel drive. and> ear. 10.45; a.m. Evening Service,7:15: 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: tll (t..nwi M4 tl Wi 4tnwi4 ftr nun(Ie........ with the first, snows blows roses !in our cheeks and .: :{:':

Sale, Part, Service p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun -LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor I. 'HIM ton tf lnin. Ml mih.... WittwHIhn //b new energy and expectations into our hearts: We :{1 ?}11?
Clean Used Tereta* day, 6:30: p.m. iitwntfMifl. in lh. I love of C.4. ..turnf I, :} .:.:
LIDDELL -J.C. Brown, minister BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 1V ...., .. .,i.,, .t vty of! M I. .,n Ioos.t can't wait. 10 get out and do things and be with ::; 1:1 1'tt. i

_1700 N. Main 37VHM_ Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- _. Mn..w..d0.I..dem.M.h..I.I/" I. people. i:; r*
Glass Company JORDAN MISSIONARY; Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening '}:'' $r .HI .,,11 Imdlollr" ,.rNR !iA.LIM. "* AHrt I:; ::{
Beauty Academy_ BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer :' :Inn..KID*ttM" tl.10.! ,OH lIlMlW. B A New Year. is upon us.What wonderful things this .:::1|:: X
"G1M For Every PIIrpo e" 301 North behind Tas- Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. tl, .1, hi... '/
In 'tt. the Chunli In Hit ufcl Hit '" year/ can bring. Does the New Year lying before you. ::::: :.i:
POWELL'SB S tee Free Drive Sunday .J.C. Saunders, pastor
Store Fronts Mirrors v. Mil ant tin .famlr, Mr t4.. that, Iwwtnr, :::': ::qq
School 10 a.m. Worship Service with! i its promise fill I with! new I life I, and excited.'" :'. :
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11 and Prayer ROAD
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a Furniture& GUM Re' like the new snow mentioned above? ::
Tops expectations : :
Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday; .Oiiiih kttwu H Itlh DM Iwa ** 1:::
Leani Protaaton In Tour placed School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- t' ....,Hft. dttHi", ... <'''Nny' Ih.ft"'lh' iriikk d f:: f:+
Spore Time. FuQ or Part Time NEW LOCATION day.Leroy Olive pastor, E.L. ship 6 p.m. Training Union :...: ,: .... .,11 Ml him frtt It Hvt fll ihiM 9t May your New' Year be a happy and prosperounone. 1:1:: ?w
219 N.W. 10th T7B-Z788 Grlffls, associate pastor 7 p.m. Evening Worship. :::: Go
"" 12Z3 So. Main Gainesville Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser- :::: l'.- n"' J "" --.n-a. through worship .and spiritual blessings each week! ::.'::.:1 fr .
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH vices. .:: ._ "" ,, :_"-- ._ _....:-io.! ....." .. :
372-8191 ; 372.1102MEN'S BROOKER -Rev. Bob Cooper pastor I I::r: f c...............? through attending church. ::;::: ::{
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship ; tk4nA414
Services 11 a.m.and 7 AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH .e.1.:;::_::::.;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::_:::::; ;;:;;;:::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;:::::; :;:::l;11A4MSfAtMM4AlbfA: ; ::::; ::: ::(: :::::;:::: ::;: i iih:; :d1

Motor Repair Co.Of WEAR p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Mor- '>> MwaMMVta.M'' '-m'' XX :>': X'; ;;'.':;;;:;:;; ::;:::::::: :;ii: ;:; ;: :;; ;;;;';;;;; : ; : ::; ;;: ::::::::-:::::::::<::::;:::::::::: :;:,::: ::::,:;&".,:*.;:; :::::;;::::>.:::=JJ.

Gainesville fro.. -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor ning Worship U a.m. Evening
Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday
Repairing RewindingNew STAG 'N DRAG GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, STARKE "66"
and TTMd Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. FLORIDA
leaf Griffon Sulfa Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone SERVICE
2818 N. W. : Ph. 87M318
Welcomo. i
Arrow ShIr *-Flonbel1l\ Shee m. -
MOVERS Formal Rentals -Rev. John Ross pastor .$f" EST Kill Edwprti'.- |h. 064-7231
Ladle SportswearS
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Crating Shipping Service
Free Cell 964-6111
Estimates Hunt Phone
MUSICBALDWIN Wheel lUtance and

Holiness Church 3S9 E. Call St. Stark. Fl 1.. AHimment


Mlwar 301 and 100
tod off 301 Down Gravel Road By Inapoctlono and Estimates !Minor Repairs

'Iicsa.TI SANS ford Furniture Corp. -8tarke. tlO S. T..... Stark
617 N.
Van Service, Inc. Temple'e.. Stark
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Featuring C.2ttplet.. Paint

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Lawtey Candidate Fined Girl Scout t ..

On Bad Check Charge Troop 578 .

Is On Move /E.
stir Randolph of Eut BiUPrifif! ...lo
i Harper EFsley Norman, and ting beverages in a dry county; wry
Ltwtey a candidate for council Clinton Daugherty; forfeited and was placed on probation SHIRTS r III"A611"'E
In the December 7 Lawtey bond on charges of voluntary for 12 months. Senior Girl Scout Troop of
lection, pled guilty; ona worthless Into dcation.\ Otto W. Waldron was charged) Starke #578 la really on the
check charge In County; Sondra Cole David Harvey with attempting to take move, having attended ExplorerDay
Court here on Tuesday Nov. game at the University of Florida -
and Roland K. Rlechmann were without a license and was fined ; 1I
23, and was fined $20 and ordered charged with unlawful speed for $36 or three days in Jail. in which they competedin
to make restitution, or forfeited bond. l a talent contest a track
serve a sentence of five da .. Susan Wheatly was fined $26 meet, attended the Florida vs.
The complaint wu tiled by or three day. In Jail for unlawful ; Kentucky game and a ball that
Oral S. Tanner of Tanner's speed.Michael Party Sausage SnacksFor : evening. I
Garage, Lawtey on November Ralph Sapptngtonwas Q8 Iil The Seniors hostessed a I
holiday sweet-sour IY AlN f
MuMgainacki soiree for dir-
11. fined $46 or three days In Jail Randolph Bracy I
In other cases at the plea for unlawful speed, while Sergio ,drain 2 can. ((5 ounce.each) T ector of the Expanded Educational -
day session last week: A. Fontana was fined $76 Vienna Sausages, reserving broth. ,,TZ Opportunities Program at
Jimmy Martin and Joseph Shivers or three days on the same Cut sausages In half. Combine sausage jI the University of Florida.
were both fined 976 or charge. broth, 1 cup apricot jam or The two elected representatives -
sentenced to five days for unlawful Zenas Tetstone Opal M. Allen preserves !/t' cup pickle. reliih 2 from the)troop for the Senior -
speed.Edwin and William P. Burgln tableipooni. ReaLemon bottled lemon Planning Board are Diane
Vincent Williams. Jr. all pled guilty; to driving whUe juice, 4 teaspoons dry milliard I; Lee of Lake Butler and Carol sr
was charged with unlawful intoxicated and were each fined and 2 teaspoon ginger. Heal and I DeSue of Starke. I
speed, and Nathaniel Woods, $151: or 60 days in Jail with stir until blended; add sausages and i 1 Ctq; Miss Lee will be going to r A
who was charged with lettingan sentences revoked for 90 days. heat through. Serve hot. 1 st .b' QP Wimamsburg, Vs. this Christmas /
unauthorized operator drive Carol Am Robbins and Raymond season on a special Girl'
Ms car. were both fined $36 Lockhard were each fined POULTRY BRACE .w" Scout sponsored! tour. H
or three days. $36 or five days in Jail for Events coming up for the : ,. .. _
Dee A, Kuzma Larry Brooks, failure to have vehicle under Ducks? Pheasant? Partridge? + troop are a Co-op Event with the
Leslie C. Folson, Frank Michael control. Chicken?What's your holiday bird? Boy Scouts,a Senior Conference
Vlerengel, Randall James Jimmy Martin was fined $26 Whatever it is, you can prepare it ,., in Tampa,the 60th Jubilee Cele
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Padgett Joel Donglun,and Ken- or three days for having an much easier this Christmas, thanks -- ;-;::=-- bration at the Coliseum In Jack-
neth Leslie Johns all had $36 expired license and Leon Cru- to Ekco Housewares, which has Just Jim Lawson, Storks Joyce., serves ceffee and doughnuts sonville the Senior Roundup In
bonds estreatod of charges of ger was charged with displayIng introduced a novel all-in-one stainless Arcadia and a Senior-Cadette
"customers" last
to two pleased during w..k.nd'sArrive
unlawful speed. license steel poultry brace. The handy weekend.
an imporper plate.
Bonds of $38 were also es- The case was dismissed. gadget slips over your festive fowl Alive! campaign. (Photo by Danny' Photography.
treated In the cases of AUord Earl DeSue was charged with and locks the wings and legs solidlyin IheOCcZ11me
Archie Wlngo Kenneth W.Fo.- two counts of selling intoxicating place so that they can't flop loose I 'A rrive A lice9 CliAlmIu 6lrS
ter, andEdwardJosephWUrlch. beverage. in a dry county while cooking. This new brace is a Campaign & "' 3 <" 4rJ- OVfcrMPSfeSa
all charged with failure to havea and was placed on probation quick and easy way to sew up your g \
cab card. for 12 months on each count stuffing struggles without old fashioned Termed Big SuccessArrive lfa I
James Albert Wanton and Farm Lester was fined $151 needle and thread. NOW AVAILABLETHE
Ralph Fetples were fined $36 or ten days for possession of Jaycee president Elsie Sanders
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or three days In Jail for unlawful The whooping crane are <'It Alive Day In Start I' *
alcoholic beverages by a mi- laid, "If we saved Just FAMOUS MANHATTANTORQUe
speed.Woodrow good fhape; they even have was termed a huge successby
Earl DeSue charged life and
nor. was one prevented Just one
W. Harper, Charles with Intending to sell Intoxica .the p1'.uun'loltop.full. / out the Starke Jaycees and the accident with the road block t'-a' SHIRT IN AN EXCITING NEW STRIPE!
num r.d.RC. Starke Junior Woman's Club
of the project. then the whole project was more "Adversity caueea tome Manhattan ToniM"!TIM famous double-button. ours big-collar shirt Hut. sat thaf I
sponsors Some 244 weary travelers than worthwhile. It was trulya men to break; others to I.'lon f .pace. "lor all ,Iha or.....*to lol ow...'M now .hara. Ml fabulous new, boldly
community project and I would colored"Roundar"atnpaal Thick'n thin Mrlpaa.that raally look are.'. In parmanant -
stopped at the "coffee break like to take this opportunity to break record ..p...6SK! poly...-,38% cotton that. navar naads Ironing...and prtoad Ilka
S1t road block" in front of Brad
thank the Holiday Inn of Starke you wouldn't ballaval' $6 |QSTUMPS $8
ford High School and consumed THE AFTERBREAKFASTspeech
the Bradford
\ County Volunteer
more than 15 gallons of Coffee Fire Oept., Winn-Dixie; andH. grows in popularity.
f\ll and 35 dozen doughnuts.Jaycees & R. Block Co. of Starke Why Is it a man who doesn
also distributed some want to hear anything from
f\\\t\ 95' Arrive Alive" license tagsto for donating the coffee, doughnuts his wife in the morning but
r ra and
their time in
travelers for $83 in dona- helping cups "more coffee?" will pay $5 to
to make this
\\\ : tions. The money will be used Life Saving project the Holiday listen to a perfect stranger
big success -
for civic projects the city.; discuss the Middle East?
that it wa. _
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Humidity Drops Inside BY LtNDArQ. COX This Year Do Your Christmas Shopping In Starko

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Ita outside temperatures drop A modern precision humidifier SCHOOL STUDENTS be released to the students the drying out process attached to a heating system STUDY ECOLOGYTo on Monday, Dec. 6.
begins Indoors. Relative will adjust output to avoid complement a study of
humidity plunges to 10 per cent either excessive drynessor ecology and our environment, PERSONALSMr.
or less) and warm dry Interior fog windows..Sawyer says. Mr*. Hunt' 4th and) 5th grade and Mrs. Cliff Kelley 4'lOLIQJM
air draws moisture from everything Carrier research shows that clan at Brooker Elementary of WUdwood, along with Mr. ECW'f i
It touches: Including: nearly one million United School organized and conducted and Mrs. Frank of Gainesville
people. States homeowners have added a trip through the Brooker visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Many people feel this drying power humidifiers to their cen- community, to observe the ef- Dyal recently.
effect In the nose, throat and tral heating system In the past fed s of litter on the beautyof '
skin. Furniture Joints loosen two years. the natural environment. > ffIIW2f
walls crack wood flooring Twenty; seven children, equipped .: -
Friends Launch EAST PALA1 j a
shrinks and rug and fabric with paper bags and accompanied 1= ;
fibers become brittle and Starke bv Mrs. Hurst.Mrs. Library Drive 1JE.) R S t YOUR HOLIDAY II
wear out faster. More housedust Rotary Fussell(teacher's aldeand Mr. Vs
and lint floats In the air. Hears Poultry McKlnney. the school princi- For MembersThe ; artificial ; MOLLY

Static electricity, sparks Specialist Kalch pal, spent an hour and a half {
Jump from hands reaching for picking up unsightly litter Friends of the Libraryare /frill / 3' TO 4'
a light switch or metal door- Thursday afternoon, Nov. 18. sponsoring their annual :: CHRISTMAS SPIRITT
knob. Florida's growing poultry Industry After dividing into three groups membership drive In an effort
An air conditioning specialist was discussed at the the children went In search of to acquaint more people with $3.50
Charles Sawyer presidentof Starke Rotary Club last week discarded paper, trash, tin the library and its resources,
Slade Gas of Starke says by Lester Kalch,extension pou- cans, bottles and other litter. according to Miss Norma Can-
the explanation of extreme Indoor ltry specialist: from the University All three group met togetheron ova, president of the organization. ALL PERMANENT Re*. $6.50 Value
dryness In winter lies In Florida. main street to share their ...
the curious ability, of air to finds. Among the Utter collected Membership dues are $1 for $395
The speaker said that Brad- 29 soft drink bottles
hold more moisture when Ifs ; were
a single $2 for
warm than when It'. cold. ford County, Is one of the lead- which were redeemed In the family; and membership$10 up for; a library a- CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS BLOOMING;
If damp outside air at a freezing Ing Florida counties: In the production Brooker stores for deposit.The patrons. Contributions
of poultry with an estimated thus collected was spent
32 degrees Is heated to a money may be sent to Friends of the
normal 72 degrees It will become value of $7 1/2 million on penny candy which was
Library, 132 S. Walnut St., Tire/
relatively drier becauseat annually. He com cared this with shared by all the children and Starke. New Fun Machines For Fun People Hanging
the higher temperature it can strawberries which have an adults. The Friends are also asking
hold more than four times as estimated annual Income of a- The children then carried From Rupp
much moisture, points out round $350,000.Kalch their full bags of litter back to for used books or paperbacks Live Geraniums
Sawyer. the school. From there it was for the annual book sale at the
This means that even If outside said that poultry and egg carried to the city dump by Bradford County, Fair. Persona '
humidity, was nearly 100 prices are depressed at present the school custodian, Mr.Jones, wishing to donate books for this ".1 I 1 1" POT
per cent, the same air when due to overproduction, but pre- with some help of the 4th and "p
dicted that adjustments wouB be Purpose may" bring them to the
5th grade boys.
heated would have a humidity;
made to correct this Starke Library. or call 96 1-
help condition <
The short expedition pointedout
of not much more than 20 per 6400 for Blm $1.79
In the future. dramatically the effects of lervlte
cent, explains Sawyer.
The colder It gets outdoors, The speaker was Introducedby Utter and how Important It ..
the drier the heated air will former county, agent! G.T. Is to help keep America clean. Stores Will .a :.
All participating parties en-
become Indoors unless moisture Huggins.
Is added, he says. This. Joyed the activity, and the children LARGE SELECTION '
happens because Indoors air isconstantly gained a sense of prideIn Stay WednesdaysBrian TO CHOOSE FROM
helping to beautify their com-
combustion flue pipes, kitchen CAMP BLANDING munity., i1
and bathroom exhaust fans and HUNTING REPORT 95 Starke's Only Complete
general leadoge while outdoorsair Hunting report from the Camp Students participating: were Brian Hamilton, chairman of FROM $N70 Nursery And Landscaping
Is seeping In at th same Standing Wildlife ManagementArea Richard Knight, Wayne Ellis, the Merchants DIvison of ,-
rate. for the period, Nov. 22- Johnny Rogers Kay Prescott Chamber of Commerce, announces ServiceCOOPER'S
Sawyer Carrier Air 28; 5,948 hunters with a bag Sandi Douglas, David Fussell that most Starke re-
Conditioning says Company experts of 6 deer, 4 hogs, 414 cat Beth Hamilton, Stacey Hayes, tall stores will start staying.
have determined that the average squirrel, 14 fox squirrel, and Canine Dormany, DoreenJakab, open all'day Wednesday the NURSERY and LANDSCAPING
house, although theore- 16 quail. Connie Dyal Martha Lewis conveniences shoppers start-
tically "closed", has frequent Sharon Tea tone, Marie Testone Ing December 8 until Christ
and complete changes of air. Steve Thomas, Shari Green mas. 2111 Nr-th Temple U.S. 301)) Bob {'oorx-r Owner:
Lisa Tucker, Darlene Mott,Ja- Hamilton said
that entries
But Sawyer warns that IUsn'tenough *
to just add moisture.Too The art or In nine Wllllngham, Stanley Rau- are coming In better for the Free F stimates all work Phone 964 8104We're
acupuncture lerson, Jimmy Mann,Doug Watson Christmas Parade which will on --- -
much moisture can put steam treating Illness draws hicrtas-
David Raulerson, Rickey
Inside of be held Saturday morning Dec.
or even frost on the tug interest in medical tire
windows and allow moistureto dies which can't resist Carroll Johnny Booth, Fred 11, at 10:30: a.m., but there Is
any. Terry, and Suzanne Rogers.Mr. still time to enter floats and
condense Inside walls, causing thing that Involves
gradual deterioration of the needles in people. sticking McKInney announces that other units by contacting the Dedicated to a more Beautiful Starker
for the second
report cards
house structure. Chamber of Commerce of-
six-week grading period will fice.
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KHS Hopes

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE 7I:I For Better I School Related Groups Protest I

i Cage Boards Action On Their FundsBy

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5000a-- five returning -
Lyndle Klrtley, new head Madeline Crosier

Keystone Hilites/ Terri Ann Christoffen coach of KHS basketball is expecting -
j a better record than members representing ten Clay
Why .U the Clay County School Including the following -
Weds Donald Harvey Norris last year's 715. Board the only school boardIn Park Boosters Club was County; School related organizations. -
have well
{ "I thinkwe'll a
By GLORIA REDFEARN | the State of Florida requiring told it could not have a Carnival .
I I balanced team and some good PTA's Band Parents and on school grounds unless It, Mr. Murry and School Board
Please Call 473-3288 473-4182 Miss Terri Ann Christoffers the ,
or Following ceremony, a depth on the bench, he said. Attorney Yonge said the ruling
__ school-related organizations turned over funds amounting
----- ----- ---- daughter\ of Mr.and Mrs.WayneK. reception was held at the homeof The season opener will be similar made because It was
was only
to deposit their funds to $5,000. Doctors Inlet PTA
Hazen of Keystone Heights the bride, where flower arrangements Dec.
played Friday
COMMUNITY CHURCH for students In grades 1, 4, and Donald Harvey Norris, son and candles car- Bunnell in theyIOiS gym Keystone Into school Internal accounts reported that while the treasurer their Interpretation of regulations State

The General Meeting of the 7 and U. This month Kindergarten of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. ried out a color scheme of yel- At the request of ten Clay was counting the pro- suggested by the
Is in Suwannee River Education In Tallahassee.
Community; Church Women will through" third grades received Norris, of Orange Park were low and white. The bride's table Conference. the with Bell Bran-- County school related organizations fits made at their Carnival, Department of -

be held December 6 at I p.m. hearing tests. Each year united in marriage at 7:30: p.m. was centered with a large a meeting was held the school principal simply put .
Please note the tine, it will the grades are alternated for on Saturday Nov. 27 in the wedding cake, tiered with yel- ford, Bronson, and Trenton. In MIddleburg, on November the money in a bag and walkedoff. The question- "Why Is Clay
Church Returning for the Indians are get this question They haven't seen their County the only county in the
be an afternoon meeting. these tests. Helping with the Community of keystone low roses Uknoeiabras: on either 23, to hopefully
In Parsons seniors Mike Wrinkle ((6-3)), answered. School Superintendent money since. Some clubs are State of Florida that has Interpreted -
addition to
Mr. L. C. Gayle will give tests Mrs. Heights. side of the cake were also
Paul Lelno (6-0)), and Listen Jesse Tynes and School being charged 10% by the school this suggestion in
Dot Rowe
the devotional, which will be were: Mrs Autumn colors were used in decorated with yellow roses.
followed Interesting Mr. Joan Ware Mrs. Plckren ((6-0); Junior Bobby Board members were requested to handle their funds. Othersare this mannerstill has not
by an pro Jerry the flower arrangements decorating Mrs. George C, Chapman and
gram.We. Gault, Mrs ,Elizabeth Neal, the church for this candle- Miss Charlene Peters cut the Hurner ((6-0), and sophomoreTodd to attend and discuss the being charged 1 10/00/ Some been answered. Also, why were

are very fortunate to have Mrs. Tiddle Boozer and Mrs. light ceremony performedby cake and were assisted in serving Brannon (5-10)). Internal account ruling. Leon club members reported that these clubs told the ruling was

aa a speaker for the afternoon,. Dot Gonzales.Other Dr. Lezelle B. Owens, the by Miss Tanya Palmerand Others seeing action for the Baxley of Mlddleburg was the they have fine relationships with made because of a State Law,
Indians will be senior Danny board member to honor their school administration but Instead of a suggested\ regula-
Edward McClellan, who .U the health related activities : bride's uncle.: Miss Dottie Roller Miss only
Executive: Director' of Rodeheaver Included: a dental experiment Nuptial music was providedby Erin Owens kept the bride's Babb (6-0))>; Juniors Jay Ellis the request, with the exception they could not understand the don

Boys Ranch In Pala M. made by the State Health Cliff McCoy, soloist,of Tampa book. (6-5)), Lewis Perry ((6-2), Tony of R. T. Lovorn of Keystone "Principal" of this school Representatives Holllngs
McClellan has had Burke ((6-2)), and Max Mooney- Heights, who arrived Just board ruling. It was emphasized worth and Shaw told the group
Mr. a great Department using a flouride and Rick Hunter' organist, The bride Is a graduto of
deal of experience In working paste. Results reported of Gainesville.The Orange Park High School and ham (5-1))};; and sophomore before the meeting was adjourned by the club members that they will ask for an interpretation -

with boys. lie served with the at a later date. bride was given in marriage is Bobby Crayson (6-2)), Larry School Board Attorney that pressure had been appliedon from the State Department -
Boys Clubs of Gainesville and The next PTA meeting will bv her stepfather. Mr. now attending Jacksonville Turknett ((5-10), and Robin James Yonge and Finance Officer school principals to enforce of Education In Tal-

was director of Ranch Life be held Thursday evening Dec. Hazen. She wore long-sleeved University.Mr. Henderson ((5-10)) Mack Murry attended in this ruling. lahassee. They will find out

with the Sheriffs Boys RanchIn 16, at 8 p.m. Ivory satin. princess style Norris graduated from IC."' ..... NiGNl+ "IC"'LL" the absence of Supt. Tynes. These groups were hoping to what Is Intended by the suggested -
Live Oak. gown embroidered with seed Keystone Heights School and "iMlltkM"". 141177, Because of their concern for get an explanation from School regulation and if it is

Mr. McClellan Is doing a HIGH SCHOOL GARDENERSThe pearls at the bust line and a- was discharged from the U.S. sate YfAMDc. the people State Representatives Superintendent Tynes and Board necessary for all school related -

wonderful\ work with the Rode- High School Gardeners, long the scalloped train Her Navy in November 1970. He is I t iunnfll lnt.rl. (/hDM. HDM .' Gene Shaw and Wayne members present, a satisfactory groups to put all their

heaver Boys Ranch, which faa sponsored by the Garden Club only ornament was a small now assistant manager of one J mwrv..w (CHI Holllngsworth were present explanation was not madeto monies in local school Internal
home for of the Pantry Pride DM 10 Cid.r ."y group dependentand of the Lakes met In the Home teardrop pearl necklace and food stores UOC 5,11 1 Attorney John Kopelousos of
homeless boys. I am sure EC room" with Mrs. James Wal- her headpiece was a small In Jacksonville. 71 I Oren Cov SplnD'I.n.
CHI) Orange Park explained that Interested .----- --- -----------t
4 N'.n.nlh'' (
we will all be looking forwardto ker, Mrs. Kenneth Cooper and headband of satin with wedding
Ivory World Jan 7 Bron..n (IH'' members of the Key-
hearing him, and learningmore Mrs Miller Wrinkle. The girls flowers attached to a thigh- ney the bride andgroomwill Jan h H( 110..r." (IH''
about Ranch and the reside In Jacksonville. j,n. .14 Bron ."d (IHI) stone Heights PTA had consulted -
wonderful made Thanksgiving centerpieces length veil of silk net. Slate Claim
H [
Ion.I\ O.nvnle ( I him and Rep. Shaw because May Tfflej!
work It Is doing and using pine cones, leaves, #/ Jon,, IMrenanl'a (IHI( the organization was told
how It operates and feathers to make turkeys. Jen, Jl Trenton
B'onon because
Jn K made
The Dally Devotional at 5:30: Mrs. Wrinkle gave the awards j.n. 91 Trt Mn
p.m. began on Sunday, Nov. 28, for the 500 word essay on, Mayor Of McRae9To "l Fee, 3t 1 Boll M( .IHI y. of not a comply State Law there and would if they did not To AH Lake Boom '1B

and will continue until Christ "How I Can Help Keep America Feb 4 B.nlordFee.
} Intffrlachfn' (IHI) be a PTA in Keystone Heights
mas. Everyone is Invited to Beautiful. First
place Be Elected
'fb., r Ctlar Kreb School. lie added that he met y Bill Baker, Chairman
this short
service Patti Relghard; Second Place, 1012 Conftrinct Tournamenor
(U Hunnull with Keystone PTA members, Lake Regions
Renee Chelette and third place
GIRL SCOUTS Mindy Passwater.; The McRae community on SR- for another party., Feb II AAayO (IHI) Charles McGlave, Mrs Car- Citizens Committee

Troop 21 has been very active 214 at Smith Lake in Clay Coun- The votes will be counted at Club Estates ol Richardson and Mrs. Mad-

this year with a Bike Hiketo HERE N' THERE ty may become the first unI- a big barbecue Sunday after- eline Crosier and MIddleburgPTA On November IS, 1971 It was with meandered lakes however.

Gold Head Branch State Park Mrs. Theodore Jung of Kew corporated town In Floridato noon, Dec. 19, complete with BurglariesInvestigated members Roger Phillipsand recommended to the Directorof During the August meeting

the first part of November and Gardena Long Island N. Y. elect its own mayor. hillbilly music and other festivities. Mrs. Sheri Kuns in his. the Trustees of the Internal your chairman expressed the

then again to the Park for a has been spending several It's all in fun, of course, The public is Invited to office Nov.12. During this meeting Improvement Trust Fund Board thought that the State intendedto

camp-out. Leaders and chaperone weeks with Mr. and Mrs Henry but residents of the area who Join In the fun. Plenty of bar- The sheriffs department is he reported that to his that they take Jurisdiction take over all lakes In Florida

were: Mrs. John Rowe, Schuber of Clover Lane. Mrs frequent the Smith Lake Grocery becued meat will be provided, Investigating the case of a bur- knowledge there was no such all lakes In Florida,meanderedor both meandered and private

Mrs. Clinton Barton, and Mrs. Jung and Mre.- .Schuber are a combination business, but any lady who wishes to do glar who entered the home of law requiring clubs to deposit nonmeandered.This and it seems that this is to be

Ervin Trlest. sisters. community center and recrea- '0.I.. is Invited to bring along a Leo J. LeBlanc in Keystone funds Into local school accounts.called means your propertymay recommended In the near future

The combined efforts of the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duke celebrated lion hall, are getting a lot of covered dish The fun will start Club Estates last week and stole Another meeting all was Interested be confiscated without due to the Cabinet.It .

Girl Scout troops In our area their Tenth Wedding chuckles outof the"campaign." about 1 pjn.t with votes to be $10 in cash and a small radio Nov. 17 County, Inviting school related organizations process of law. To quote the is going to take a lot of

for their Thanksgiving Dinnerwas Anniversary enjoying dinner The opposing condlates are counted late In the afternoon. valued at $40. Clay to discuss the rul- first paragraph of a six-page burning of midnight oil to refute

wonderful. The girls and and a play at the Alhambra Tom Martin a retired Navy A* present, all of the resi Deputy John Dempsey said the recommendation by the board's their claim Of even greater

their leaders are to be com- Theatre In Jacksonville. They Chief, and H. T. Oxford, also dents of McRae. who seem to burglar rained entrance to the ing. counsel: "After considerable Importance will be your help.

mended for an excellent Job and saw Don Ameche In"The Freudian retired from the Navy and more be Just one big happy family- home through a sliding glass Present at this meeting were research and becoming generally Your Chairman has asked the

a delicious turkey dinner. Slip". Enjoying the even- recently from employment at hold some appointive office door and there were no signsof Kopelousos Rep.Shaw acquainted with the pro- Cabinet to hold up on any discussion -

Ing with them and in celebra- Gold Head Branch State Park. from dog-catcher up.Even sam forcible entry. LeBlanc says attorney members blem area, 1 submit this me- on this matter until
and club -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE tion of her birthday were Mr. Both men are keeping their the observant Mlnah Bird in the door was locked and believes Keystone ;Heights repre.enUng PTA, morandum urging Cabinet resolution all parties can marshall their
Winners for Tuesday Nov. 2 Duke's brother and sisterinlaw dark secret Paul and information and support It Is
platforms a deep Tony Hall's grocery, the Intruder must have Band Aides and Booster Club that we exercise jurisdi-
were: First, Mrs. BUI Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Jack Duke. but might have something to say holds the position of "town nicked the lock to obtain entry.It Orange Park High School Boosters -; ction. Of course absent clarification assumed at this time that this

and Mrs. Francis Melrlck; at one of the community; barbecues crier." was reported that the thief PTA and QuarterbackClub the matter must be will be done.

Second Mrs. Val Givens and We are sorry"" to report that that are held frequentlyat also took a sweater from a car Orange Park ElementaryPTA ironed out by the appellate As soon as oossblle. a full

Mrs. C. V. Horn; Third, Mrs. Mrs. Hazel McKay Is In the the grocery. As a build-up for the "elec- owned by Carl Arthur a neigh- ; MIddleburg PTA Doctors courts But Cabinet expressions report will be widely publi-

Mary Cook and Mrs.W.J. Gro- University; Hospital. She is undergoing The store Is plastered' with don," a neighborhood parade bor of LeBlanc's. He said the Inlet; PTA and W. E.; Cherry of policy will be Judicially cized, giving all particulars

lick; and Fourth Mrs. Charles tests and we hope to candidate's signs and other e- will be held Saturday afternoon,,. Arthur home had been hit by Elementary; PTA. Some club weighed as administrative in this matter-- perhaps with-

Heptinstall and Mrs. Paul Stein- see her bock home and amongus lection trappings, and voting .U Dec. 18, as a getoutofthevote burglars four times within recent members reported that they had interpretation and will greatly in We the next ask few all weeks. all

metz. very soon done by dropping a quarter In effort. months. already turned their funds over assist the administration of owners on
a slot cut In a cardboard box McRae 1 I. a long way from Residents of the area are to the school because of dredge and fill laws." lakes to stand ready to assist

WOMANS CLUB Mickey Brakes has been home together with the name of your being incorporated, but come urged by the sheriffs office to various demands and threats In August of 1969 a public when needed. If you wish any
The monthly luncheon and from the University of Tennessee keep their homes and held In the more Information at this time
favorite for the Job.The money December 19, It will have a, cars meeting was Keystone -
card 'party sponsored by theWoman's at Chattanooga enjoying will be used (you guessed It) ."Mayor",,.whether official or locked to help forstall additional Heights city park to discuss call your chairman at 473-
Club will be held on the Thanksgiving holidays not. ...- break-ins In the neighborhood. Sheriff MurrheeIn the high-handed actionsof 4661 during regular business
Friday Dec. 3, at noon. Chair- with his fami1y--Mr. and Mrs. the OF Board of Trusteeson hours or 473-4890 after 6

man for this event will be Mrs. Alex Brokas. Installation .,;,m. ._ _.__ -- Hospital Florida's meandered lakes.
''' -'''''' '' '''''''"'''''' P.m.We
Winton Keeth. Hostesses are: 600 leave you with some comments -
People came some 500 or
Mrs. Ralph Barker Mrs. E. A. Former Keystoners who now ion Post : "Who Is the state of
Dempsey Mrs. William Ger- reside at Wesley Manor in Mandarin 20:! 6 News NotesBy "l Sheriff Jennings in Murrhee Clay Me-underwent strong question to A hear Lake discuss Regions Citizens and Florida Is one group of citizens -

man, Mrs. N. Miller, Mrs. ,. Col. and Mrs David The regular meeting of Key- I morial Hospital surgery Tuesday for Committee was formed to be summarily displacedand
Lewis Patterson Mrs Thomas Nelson and Mrs Albert Holt Helen their ownership rights to be
stone-Melroie American Legion Egan removal of his gall bladder and I had the honor of being
Shores and Mrs. Paul Stein- have had their share of Illness Post 202 will be held at COMMUNITY CHURCH Baker, Mrs. U.S. Dull, Mrs. and appendix. elected as chairman. abridged to assuage another

metz. Executive recently. Mrs. Nelson .Is 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday), Dec. The Advent Season is being C.A. Ford and Mrs. Carter This committee went to work group of citizens? If so, where
The Board
p. now back at her apartment after 2.5th celebrated with a ten minute Hawkins. According to his. office In compiling Information and does this take-over end? Will
Tuesday Dec. 7 at 2p.m.
on spending several days in District Commander Prayer Service in the sanctuary Green Cove Springs the sheriff drafting recommendations to the State government say next
The business will
meeting the infirmary and Mrs. Holt George Derrick will be on handto every day at 5:30: until Christmas SENIOR CITIZENS was resting as well as couldbe the Legislature for correctivelaws they need some citizen's land
be Dec. 14 at 2
Tuesday p.m. .t taut report was still in the Install the new Commander Eve.Prayer. The Thanksgiving meeting of expected but it will likelybe to tw joassed. They had a because of need for room for

Following will the be meeting served.All refreshments infirmary. Col Nelson has Arthur Wheeler and the new Vigil will be observed the Senior Citizens Club of a couple of weeks before he lot of help and were successfulto others? Is this not socialismin

bers are urged to be present mem- come along nicely after his Illness Chaplain, Richard Packard. around-the-clock starting at Bradford County was held on will be back on the job a great degree--dealing only its purest sense?"

for this last meeting of the In past months and is A new P.A. system has been 8:30: a.m. December 4 until November 23 at 1 p.m. with
installed in the - - -- - -
Legion home
year.A home early morning worship serviceat Bill Richards as m.c No ElectionIs
and new bingo equipment has r-----------------
Christmas Bake sale will 8:30: a.m. on December 5. The club will have its usual ( '; "
been ordered. Packard has been
Sunday School at 9:40: and INDIAN BEACH B71 Michael Caltty OfficialAt
be held, Saturday Dec 18. Fur- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Red- appointed the new bingo chair- Chrstmas party; with every Pbone 475-181
Morning Worship at 11.The %
ther details at later learn and daughter Christy pastor -
a date. man, with Fred Clark as co- and member providing a wrapped
officers will
spent the Thanksgiving holiday chairman.The valued at 1.25 to :tl.SU Keystone
PTA MEETING with her parents>>, .Mr. and Mrs. turkey shoot held at the share In the Prayer Vigil with gin Greetings, friends and neighbors for College) then they all attended
the men of the church taking and marked for man or wo from Rolling-Repor the
The your game at Florida
Keystone of Miami.
will have
November Heights
Post 20
on was a Keystone
held Its meeting on'lIursday. the late evening and night man. Gifts requiring sizes ter. I'm still fighting a cold, Field. Lou was the guest speaker second "non-election" on
financial and Its
the cooperation -
hours. The service be there's been times when Ididn't
will a- and
Nov. 18. Mrs. George Richardson should be avoided.
of all who helped in at half-time then many of December 7.
chairman of the Halloween bout 15 minutes of prayer and Several members! were feted know who was gonna win
TVT this event is appreciated. them attended the dance at the A proclamation calling off
Carnival, gave a report on Its NightService Refreshments will be served dedication. as November was their birth- but praise the Lord, I'm feeling Shrine Club later In Starke. the election was signed this

success and thanked everyone Held at the meeting tonight, and wives Officers of the church under day month. These Included: Harrison better as I'm writing this column Mrs. Buddy Kelly Mike, Jack week by Council Chairman Everett -

for their cooperation. are asked to make a special effort chairmanship of Roy Turknett, Bachelor Col. Walter and Barbara spent the weekend Fox and Councilwoman .
On recommendation of the are working on revisions ana Rfl'h."IOnn.. Rill Richards, I guess you all stuffed yourselves -
At KeystoneThe to attend with the Millers. T.C. and Joy Baker after receiving an
Executive Board addition to the church by-laws, Mrs. Trudy Trew. and Mrs. on Turkey last Thursday -
the members The Executive Board will Jeff Miller spent the weekend up-to-date report on the new
voted to buy a $500 time certificate meet on December 16, and all The committee will review all Zella Lelst. Pete and Lilly and by now you're sick with Dr and Mrs. W.S. McIntosh law governing uncontested e-
suggestions, and future congregational celebrated their wed- of turkey sandwiches. WeUthat's
for the purpose of raising annual Association officers are asked to attend Johnson In Daytona Beach. lections.
funds for air conditioning "M" Night service was held meetings will be held ding anniversary during the Just not so 'round my Incumbent Candidates who

the school. Donations will be Monday night at the First Baptist Pint Baptist Church MELROSE month and were also feted. home. That could be cause wedIdn't Norma and Clyde Adams who qualified for re-election with

appreciated by. any business, Church of Keystone Keystone Heights Under BAZAAR Mrs. Mary Allen, vice pre- have a turkey at all. were living In the rental cottage 1- out opposition are Mayor Ray I
the I'm
But not I'd
of Mrs.
presidency complaining.
organization or Individual desiring Heights The program, under sident-elect. Rave an inspiring next door to us owned by Starnes and Councilmen GayC.
to add to this fund. the direction: James L. Locke Rev. Lawrence Carroll pas- kers W.R. Allen.will Melrose Homema- reading of "The First Thanksgiving rather have hog haslett any L.W. (Pap) Norsworthy, bought Livingston Jr., Roy Watkins -
Charles McGlave Chairman Associational Church Training open the doors of ." day. My grandparents Hubert them a new mobile home last and Huntley Redfearn Jr.
tor.Sunday the club house from 9 and Palma Chitty of
I of the Committee for investigating Director Included welcomeby School 9:45: ; Morn- a.m. ; Starke week and moved to Melrose. Since no write-in candidates
I the possibilities of turning Rev. Lawrence Carroll the Ing Worship, 11; Church TrainIng to their 3 Christmas p.m. on December 4 for EASTERN STARA spent Thanksgiving afternoon We sure hate to see such nice qualified for these positions

monies over Into an Internal ; : 6:30: ; Evening Worship Bazaar. special dinner and chanter with us. Ronnie Waters of neighbors leave. the Incumbents were assumed

Account, gave a reporton stc-s.. : ; Fourteen members enjoyeda meeting of the !Keystone OES Melrose, also visited us a- Raymond and Gladys Mal- by the new law to have voted

his findings. Scrlpwre and Prayers by Rev. 7:30.Monday- Youth Choir, 7 p. while day of fellowship and fun was held at the Masonic Hall while. phurs spent most of last week for themselves and the election

Aaron Slnfcletary;a special promotion m. Youth Meeting, 8 p. m.Tuesda making articles for sale, on November 22., with special Friday morning vI.ltedJer- with relatives In Miami. was declared unnecessaryin
The for the one day recently: at the home ry and Regina Chitty; and sons
program eveningwas talk by Rev. Denton ,)-Visitation. honors for the Worthy Grand Patty; Fralsler and friend, a report from the Florida
given on Discipline. The Sumrall and other members of WednesdayCovered Dish Mrs. Chitty; on Lake Santa Donnie and Larry in Starke, Marsha Nelson,
Matron,,. Mrs Ethel Snell. and students at League of Municipalities.Last .
Other '
Fe. members have been while Mama and Granny
following were the chosen panel Madison Street Church on the Buffet, 6:30: p.m. WMS, Auxiliaries Worthy Patron,,. Roy Crowther, Cope- Florida State University in Tal- year In a similar situation -
working at home In land
members or were getting spruced
and topics discussed: subject of training for Witnessing and Brotherhood meetings groups, of the Grand Jurisdiction of up lahassee, Barbara Barrows, Fox and Mrs. Baker
Mrs. Thelma Allen Fifth Grade for Christ Special music 7:15: ; Hour of Power 8; and combined at 9:30: a.m., Dec. 2L the Florida. for a wedding. After shoppingthat and Mr. and Mrs. Frasler of were declared elected without
November in
Teacher "Discipline In the was provided by the Weeks Adult Choir Rehearsal 8:45.: and December Autumn colors featuring foliage afternoon Gainesville, Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving opposition
Classroom" meetings will be attended the
held we of
; Hubert White Assistant the Ralford Choir We to have our my with and
Family and are happy vegetables, Mr. Mrs. Daryl!
Principal "School Policies Lunch will be served at noon frultslnand cousin, Joan Crenshaw and
Pastor and family back safe were the Barrow. and their grandson
on Discipline" James and the day spent In preparing married Terry Bohannon. The last weekend with relatives
; Birmingham where Frasler. in
banquet hall and the table was Andy
Sowell Clay County Supervisor The message was brought by spent the Thanksgiving holly for the bazaar. The Christmas centered with the traditional wedding took place in her home, Mr. and Mrs. David Reid Jacksonville.Jim .
of Pupil Personnel Rev. W.M. Services days with Mrs. Carroll'parenta. turkey.. Favors were tall present. and sons of Jacksonville and and Kitty Day and son
"County"; Policies on Discipline. who stressed the Importanceand December 16.FELLOWSHIP. black and orange Pilgrim hats The newly weds will live InTheressa. Dolph and Shirley Reddish and and Jim's mother! spent the

necessity; of Christians Involving In the pastor's absence Wednesday In their mobile home family of Starke spent I nanKs- holiday weekend in Atlanta Ga.
Written questions were hand- tams lva. in Church evening, Rev Samuel holding nuts and yellow candles. next to her sister and brother- giving with Mr and Mrs. D.W, Mr and Mrs. W.J. Pauletteof
ed In by parents and teachers Training In order to mature Cuthbert brought an Inspiring CLUB Flower pots of yellow daisies in-law, Peggy and Wayne Her- Carpenter.Mr. Macon Ga., are spendingsome

for panel discussion.Many facts into effective witnesses for message and Bible Study. He The Christmas luncheon will and yellow roses completed the and Mrs. C.F. Shawver time with Mrs. Ruby .

were brought out regarding Christ. Rev. Carmichael Is an is a retired Air Force Chaplain be held at the Lions Club on table decor. sev.My father James was on vacation spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. Beulah Smith. .

counseling with students cor- Associate Director In the and recently retired as December 9 at 12:30.: Mrs.Mlt- Following a delicious covered all last week, and he en- Helen Walker in Jacksonville Mrs. Techla McCrlff spent ':

poral punishment, responsibi Church Training Department Chaplain of Sunland Training U.Kersey acting president,will dish dinner, members and Joyed hunting nearly every day Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Foster some time with them last week "
lities and methods concerning the Florida Baptist Convention. Center. preside at the final businessmeeting guests adjourned to the chapter he was off. of Biloxi Miss., visited the and they all spent Thanksgiv

discipline. The most recent The Lord's Supper and the of 1971, followed by !Installation room for the special meeting Carpenters Tuesday evening ing with Mrs. Smith's son and

concept of discipline- : as stated Among the visitors In this Ordinance of Baptism were observed of officers with !Lester honoring Mrs. Snell. PERSONALSEmory daughter-in-law X.M. and I-

by Mr. Sowell Is the "Pre- writes was Rev. Richard Bar- In our Sunday evening Sheets presiding There will About 100 members attended, and Ann Aldermanand Judy and Durell Nease Joyce va Smith and family In Starke.

vention Misbehavior." ber, Superintendent of Missions Worship Service with the following be a program of music, group many coming from other chapters Jo and Jerry McCartin of Simmons Joan and Ron Simmons paul Lee and Greg Strand

. The subject of smoking on for the santa Fe River being baptized by the singing and a short movie and Including several past Palatka, and Seth and Helen all of Alabama; Johnny bert, (Charles, Louise and Paul-

school property was discussedat and New River Associations Pastor Mrs J. L. Osbome, shown by Rev. Milton Scrip and present Worthy Matron Kennedy of Keystone, spent Saturday Quinn of Rlncon Ga.; Mr. and ette StrandljorU: of Jacksonvilleand :

length. As a result of the Mrs. Joy Strickland, and Mrs ture. All members will serveon and Patrons who were given with Chick and Frances Mrs. Kearnes 1 kills and Susyof Sam, Dorothy and Charles ::

discussion, Mrs Robert Ek- Total attendance for this service Connie Horne the committee to decoratefor special recognition. Hurst. Carol and Jules Deutch Tampa; Capt and Mrs. Farris Henry Butler of Ormond Beach :-

lund. Vice President of the was recorded at 419 with We were also very pleased to this event, and make other Keystone Chapter of fleers entered and children stayed with the and son David and Mr. Mrs Jo Strandberg. :

PTA, recommended that a study First Baptist Church of Key- have the following new members arrangments. the chapter room each Hursts from Wednesday till and Mrs. E.D. Hall all spent Jimmy and Jan Klnchen,. :
be made on what parent. stone Heights having the highest and candidates for Baptism carrying a lighted candle and Sunday last weeks before leaving the Thanksgiving holiday with Mrs. Bide Veal, and Marsha

school faculty; and students can attendance of 109. Churches Join the church this past MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB wearing. breast banners in blue to return td New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Kay Stokes and son, all of

do to solve some of Its problems. represented were First Baptist Sunday evening: Tim Slovak Mrs. Albert Bachmann, president and gold, they formed a triple Lou Miller, a' 1947 graduate Dick and Frances. HUllard Jacksonville. and Rick and Tina

Madison Street, and Grace Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Lelno, announces that the annual star, from which the rays of of Gainesville High School, attended visited her mother in Valdos- Burns and sons of South Carolina .
In October Mr. Pat Parsons. Baptist, all of Starke! Brooker.Dedan. Gary Lelno and Mrs.' Della Christmas luncheon will light extended In all directions. the first of several 25th ta, Ga., Saturday, then wenton were all visiting James .
Chairman of the Health Ralford, Klngsley Lake, Overstreet by letter. Mrs. 0- be held on December IS at 12 Each spoke along the lines of Reunions last weekend. A pre- to visit Jack Valumas InThomasville "

Committee, assisted Mrs. McKee Beulah, Hope Cedars, and lit verstreet Is the mother of Mrs. Hostesses a musical program. the Worthy Matron's theme of game smoker was. held on the Ga. (Con't on next Pag) '
in performing eye checks Baptist of Keystone Heights. Lelno. will be Mrs. Vincent "Light, Love and Kindness." old campus (now Santa Fe Jun Jackie Lanier and sons spent

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Selecting The Right RingQ. The problem of speed limits Retirement Is tougher on
on the highways Is complicated big executives, who get a
What are some of the INDIAN BEACH by tW fact that somewhere twinge!: every' time they drive S.E. MCKAY
new ring design trends? back In the second by the old'pll'nt and see a
A. The newest emphasis Is (Lake Santa Fe) grade the difference between strange car in their reserved REALTOR
on the bold cluster of small maximum and, minimum wai parking apace. .
By Michael H. Chilly Keystone Ht.. 473-4816
stones often diamonds alone not clearly explained.

strnT;' "if' your heat goesmT or lea Yellow,combined emeralds gold mountings with or bright sapphires.In rub.un 4I,7Aoccasions ( from Phone preceding 475K12Con't Pg.) k.. HOMES RENTALS ACReAGES

California changed the
usual shapes are also featuredIn h
the new ring collections. and Marzte KInchen and son name of the her leafhopper Football G played 'in the
: J < How Thanksgiving. Jimmy control board to the curly' lop rain but baseball ,isn't. Gels/ Mr. Mlb 471-4740
) many rings can Larry on Ilg.n
YOUR FUEL virus in the ram but tennis
control board. '
informed J.
be hand? Ch..oln.ton47Jo437f
M properly worn on one also James and Marzle'sson. iirrri. Don't oak why if, all 1
sources expect Cov.! : ; f
A. This Is a matter of per.sonal left Thursday for Fort Reaganto part of nature Patch* Cmrr 471-40SI
appoint immutable
j taste and fashion today. r Jackson, S. C., for his months Shirley Temple law.
: BILLS GOIL Some hands can easily accommodate training for the National Guard. chairman.
as many as three or Mrs. Winifred Howard of Jack-
four rings on one hand. Your sonville visited the Klncheru
criterion should be the attractiveness Thursday afternoon.
of your skin and fin. possibly with your Fred and Vera Swearinron
gers as well as the type of Incised initial or zodiac sign spent Thanksgiving with his mother
work you do. For best appear. If married your wedding and Mrs.SwearlngenSr.,
ance, rings should be cleaned engagement rings are considered In Jacksonville. Saturday night
n frequently, nails groomed and "neutral" and can be
her mother Mrs. Nora Mathls
b'4 04 skin smoothed for beautiful worn properly with other rings
of Jasper and her
; brother
; gems focus the eye on the on your right hand.
ea Maxie Mathia and family of
1 where
area they are worn.
<). Is there one place thatI
Q. Which are the most dur Gainesville, were supper guests
can go( to Nee a variety of
of the Swearingen.
able ring stones
ring style? I
A. All stones have Well the news was up this
., 4& degrees gem of hardness which varying A. Your local, fine jew. week due to Thanksgiving.But .
eler Is your most depend. that's all for now, and
affects durability. Diamond
would rank first, followed by able source for any typeof I've got lots to do. So till For The Entire Family
sapphire, ruby, and other Jewelry. Look for a Jeweler next week, may the good Lord Gift
stones in descending order. who is qualified as a bless and keep you all.
s Member American Gem So.
Opals require more care as
;:i ciety. This means that he has .
do the organic gems such as e e
the training
proper gemological
coral and pearl. While soft
enough to carve, Jade has the and high ethical standardsto A poll shows that President
.1'' necessary toughness to wear properly advise you on Nixon1 popularity has slippedS
well as a ring stone. An American gem qualities. As a respected points. This happens with a
Gem Society jeweler can member of his profession, he lot or us between the time we
properly advise you on these Is able to obtain a variety of arrive at the cocktail party '
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daytime pearl, or other col. stones can also be handledby
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force the heatJIBflJIL with a small diamond or two; pages for AGS Jewelers, or RepairTYPEWRITERS :
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ring in an unusual design or Society, 3143 Wilshire Boulevard
and fuel bills go ff sporting Important looking ? Los Angeles 90010, for an exciting new dimension in housing that you can afford
stones, a diamond cluster or further information on gems
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until some of it finally steps down to the living; : ADDING
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how costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler Funeral Home
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1972 Feed Grain

Program Announced

1972 Feed Grain Program o- for 1972 that a lot of decis- ,

peni many choices to producers ions must be made this winter FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, concrete Bedroom Home
In since sign-up for the 1972( FOR RENTs Furnished 2 bed- PAINTING Interior and
between now and the CLASSIFIED AD RATES HOUSE : block house near shopping
farm feed grain Is set for January17th at 511 E, contract. For Sale By Owner on 2 1/2 acres land. Have well
signup period for the 1972 room apt. Inquire exterior, hourly or by center. Low down payment -
set-aside programs, January through February 25th.Because Minimum Charge _." 1.71 South St. Itp. Free estimates, first class easy terms. Call Bu- stocked: fish pond Pecan and
SR 100 4 Milo fruit trees. 12.500 $7200
17 February 25, local producers of the options which the (Covers IS word) workmanship guaranteed. Contact acres on ford Mitchell phone 964-6760,
will be carefully study- Secretary of Agriculture must FOR SALE: Complete sat Ludwig Lonnle Roberts, 8 a.m South of Starke. Frame P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg. down Monthly-payment 60.63.
ing all their farm management decide on by mid-March, that Each word ever IS-7lOe drums.Good condition.Cost 4 p.m.weekdays, 4311039. House with n.w roof. 1400ft. Call Bill! Powell Real Estate \f
options, according to Warren sign-up period will not be extended Lairs Chart U not new, $530. Win sell for $250. Nights and weekends, 431-1768. on HI way 833 ft. on Broker. 964-6464. tfchg.
Carver, Bradford County farm and farmers who may paid In advance I Fred Ellis, Keystone Heights, 4tp 12/2 Graded Road. 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
program official. want to pnrtlclpate: should underscore 473-4420.19. 641 ft. on Hwy.; $8,500.00 Cash
Details of the feed grain for It on their calendars CLASSIFIED DISPLAY FOR SALEBv owner. Lots ONLY $13,950 Call Bill Powell, Brokr '. 964- O.C. Carries Nursery

1972 was announced In mid- right now. S1.SO Per Inch FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. "of acreage, SR-230 and Sh- 6464 or 9646810BUILDING Thousands of Plants !
October by the V. S. Department "As soon as official detailed convenient location. Adults pre- 29% dn.-balanc. $86.79 me i Trees
Fruit Trees Shade
16 east High, dry, and fhaoy. ; ;
Information is received Revolution w'o. .-7iu LOTS on SR. 16. t
of Agriculture. program Memorial ferred. lone ae itp.
Essentially the 1972 set-aside In the county ASCS office Proclamation, etc -7. word Ralph Bryan 3, phone 12/2 964-6208 Call Bill Powell 964-6810 Building Lots on SR.230.Build Evergreens Camellias, I
after 5 tchg
program expands on the policy we will get It out to p.m. After 5 P.M. ing Lots on SR. 100. Call Bill ''Azaleas Roses
of leaving to farmers the determination farmers via mall, meetings/ CARDS OF THANKS FOR SALE: Chrysler '62' model Powell Broker, 964-6464 or Moot la eaPlan' AnytimeLANDSCAPING :
of what "mix" of and all news channels. Phone SO words or les .... ..1." good condition, new tag FOR SALE1968 Mustang Fastback 964-6810. \

crops to plant on their farms. calls visits and letters of Inquiry Each word over 500JIMMY and Inspected. 1 small spinet 390 engine; 4 speed trans. U MI. S.E. of Stark, H...,.. I0.
At the same time the programIs from farmers will be piano, good condition. Call 964- Excellent condition Black with DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY
designed to Increase farm welcome." 5158 or see on Rd. 16 west, white Interior. $1.995. 964- .Florahome SMltS I

Income, help farmers get max- Starke, Fla. lip 8252. 4tp. 12/2 WEDDINGS IS ING 1
imum return on Investment,and PORTRAITS -
reduce excess carry over sup MOORE'S OUT OF TOWN: 2 1/2 acre COMMERCIAL The Glass Shop
plies Carver said. SUN SPORTS farm with house priced at FOR SALE- 1967 V.W/, speed 114 N. Walnut \ HOMES

For feed grains, the 1972 6500.00, PaVed road. A.J.Thoma' trans. Good condition $795. Starke 964-818\ Glass I
raises the qualifying BOAT FOR ., Realtor Tel. 964- Phone 9648252. 4 tp. 12/2. -
program MOORE For '\i ,
set-aside to 25 percent of the 5701. tfchg.! AVAIUBUrOII .1 "':\ '. .
and offers farmers : YOUR MONEY FOR RENT2 bedroom furnished SAVE

base acreage two new options for additional SUrke Ph. 964-5791 FOR SALE: 1964 Plymouth Fury trailer.Available to June Those Long Distance YOUR LOT3,5OO An CARS and TRUCKS j
15. 1972. Phone 533-2366. Installed While-U-Walt
voluntary set-aside. It $450.00 call 964-7337 (Good Phone Call
also raises the feed grain set- Complete Outboard AStern Condition). tfchg > We now handle air line Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
Included In the
aside payment. -
1972 feed grain program are a Drive Service and FOR RENT Trailer lot. on FOR RE 1T- Furnished & unfurnished tickets, cruises, and tours. 1017 N. Main GMD

corn, grain sorghum, and bar- S Sw Repair. Complete Fiber- F.P.L. Call after 5:00: p.m. \\\apartments In town, Wo offer a special package
glass Repair. Custom' 964.8238.tfchg. also hour In country. vv.H.
ley.A wider choice In making built Fiberglass Fishing tfchg Tour of Now
their 1972 plans Is offered to w* r Doatn.. \ Disney World 1600 SO FT.
farmers with feed grain bases A"ENTIONBradford .. MARYCARTER I
since they may sign up for s Call9o474TOWN 'i OF

program participation and plant County ler': BrownVolkswagen FINANCE CO. LMNQAREACALL i
soybeans, corn, grain sorghumor DON'T merely brighten
barley,--singly ojr in any carpets... Blue Lustre them.. ResidentsBuy P.O. Box 22$ M. TomoU I Izir .
combination--to protect their -, no rapid reselling, lIent sham-
farm base history. pooer $I. Devrlck Inc. Build- PAINTS \
As In 1971, set-aside programs ers Hardware & Supplies, your pickup covert at ,
put no limits on crop Kerrigan tarke: Fla.WATER. dealer's prices direct from
acreages. On feed grain grownon our f factory in Ocala. SLADE SAME \
participation farms, loans
will be available on all pro- Attends FRONT LOTS Show us your Bradford County New Used
with national FOR SALE Sales Service HOMESERVES
duction, average Driver s Liconto and save
loan levels of $1.08 per bush- On Crosby Lake and Crosby man's PRICE
el for No. 2 corn. $1.79 per Meeting\ Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet middle profits cavort 1 Ml.North of Tire ManGAINESVILLE
hundredweight for grain sorghum wide 8 feet deep) Located on for any size trucks, startingat
and-86 cents per bush- On AgingJoe State Road 100, 3 milts West $139.00 and up. BOOTS AS
el for barley. of Starke, FU. Ideal for vaca-
The loan level for soybeans tion cottage, mobile home or This offer for limited time B
will continue at $2.25 per bush Kerrigan president of investmenL only. For Inflation Jacksonville
el, for oats at 54 cents per the local Senior Citizens' Club, ,Prices start at$1,295.00, $200 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired'and G4 SALE Can Jacksonville
bushel and for rye at 89 cents loft Tuesday, Nov. 23, to attend down and 35.00 month! for 34 Call Or Write cleaned at Dahmers Dis- Collect
per bushel. All soybean oats the White House Confer- "111'01I1"1" l ((8 1/2 L simple InterCall count, fast service tfchg ''O And Up 102 E. BROWNLEE

and rye production Is eligible ence on Aging In Washington, est. ). Pioneer Campers 781.4055r
for loan without being tied to D. C. 9*"-17m 8 a.m. to 9 FOR SALE- Gibson Guitar $100
farm program participation. Kerrigan, 69, has high hopes p.m.-weekday tf 123 N.W. 13th St. cash (firm). Call 964-7337
Detailing the feed grain set- the conference will bring a- PH. 622.5260 Taking; applications, foiFHA
aside program for 1972 Car- bout many changes for the bet-
ver cited provisions as follows: ter In the lives of the elderly. CUSTOM SEWING-Fashion Fa- Ocala, Fla.JMTERSTATE SEWINGMACHINE 235
I'or com -- farmers who sign lie also feels that as president brics. 114 E. Call St. Phone NOTICEStarke
up will set aside a qualifying of the Senior Citizens' Club 964-8344. 4tp 12/9 General Farm New Brick 3 and 4 :
acreage equal to 25 percent for nearly 10 years that he ( MOBILE: H- / and Bedroom Homes
of the farm's corn base for Is familiar with the problems FOR SALEHog and deer pup moving' "F..a.. Call: } "864-5608.7 Keystone & Western Store Call for Details
which they will earn payments of the aged problems suchas pies, now ready for woods. tfchjt! Heights area Customers Sales and Service
of 80 cents a bushel on the health care, Income, housing Males $75, females $65. Callor LAKE Low Down Paymentand
established farm yield times and transportation write for color photo. Pat WATSON'S Hastings Mattress BUTLER PFAFF NECCHI Moderate Montnly

the acreage set-aside. Results of the White House Casey, Box 303, Matlacha Sta and Upholstery New Home Payments
At signup, a farmer may conference will be a new national tion. Ft. Myers 33901 or 813- HOtlElOF'VACtJU'MS):! CARL BEGGS Universal ,
also. If he chooses aaree to policy or attitude towardthe 238-0 77. 3tp 12/2 Many brands of new vacuums I $49:50 LONGCHAMP HOMES
set aside up to 10 percent more elderly which will be enacted 710 Rt. Johns 'Are.PALATKA Gulf ServiceUSED up .
$39.00 Used machines
of his corn base, for which Into law by the U. S. up. all Parts & Repairs on nxwe '"-1853
$10. Expert Repairs
he will receive payment of 52 Congress and the President, Building LotsAvailable Patjs and Accessories for, all PARTS all other Make Ma sot t8oal Stark*
cents a bushel times the established Kerrigan hopes. vacuum.' Built fir Central vac-' Is Open AgainPURNITURJB hi Frlces for Weeded Can chines.NATIONAL. 'TF
farm yield on this ad- Thorn are 78 delegates from wan cleaning systems.tKt w. M Boer Wrecker Service ...--
ditonal acreage.: Florida and :3.400 from across Main Gainesville 376-7110 '
To assure that sufficient land the nation attending, the con- Refinished Fuel Oil SEWING Cleaned
Repaired -
Need a lot for your dream Ave.Gainotvill .
Secretary U W. Univ.
Is taken out of production ference. Uiefl Can *
? oiled and adjusted
home We've got 'eml All ReupholsteredNEW in. your
Clifford M. Hardln Is utilities available. Financingalso FOR SALE1967 Dodge Mon- Hwy. 101 N. WsUe *. Florida home, $5.00. Vacumn cleanerrepolri
asking farmers also at signup! available. If you're Interested aco. 4 Dr. II.T, W.W. tires, MATTRESSES 400ISISREFINISBING 378-1355' also. All work guarant
I to offer to set aside an addi- Board Accepts call us. .Starke A. C., P. B., P. S., Ic & H, eed. Dennis E. Cogglns Phone
tional 5 or 10 percent, at the First, Inc., 964-5000 at First Real nice. $300.00 or older FREE ESTIMATES 431-1428 tfchS
52-cent-a-bushel rate. If the Resignation Federal model car and take up pay- Call Collect 328-2144
regular set-aside Is less than ments. Ph. 964-6580 PUMPSNEW
38 million acres the Secretary Of JV CoachThe FOR SALE: Young Charolals .. FOR RENT- 12 wide, 2 bed-

of Agriculture will announceby Holstein bull. Ready for ser AND USED room trailer outside city lim-
mid-March whether one or vice. J.M. Edwards Sr. Box FOR RENT: Country home 2 FOR SALE: 1964 Plymouth Fury its, J.B. White, 964-6114 If
both of these offers will be resignation AlbertJohn 628 Starke Fla. 964-5379. 1 BR on 1 acre. No more than $450.00 call 964-7337 (Good no answer call 964-8799.
accepted. Allen, a Bradford High School 2 children. 9648699. lip. Condition)) SALES
Farmers have many choicesto science teacher and Junior Varsity tchg PARTS
make In the 1972 set-aside football coach, was acted FOR SALE: 1965 Ford Station ALL TYPES SERVICE
programs, emphasized Carver. upon at a special< meeting oi LEW'SWELDING Wagon & 1964 Dodge 4 Door INSUBANCB UPHOLSTERYCABINET Deep and Shallow Wells
Hardtop Sedan Both have air- AT REDUCED!: ILATaAVTo.naEBOA'I'
the Bradford County School
Water Softeners and
First of all. he said, Is (lie SHOP conditioning & full power. Good WORK '
Board, held Tuesday, Nov. 16,
choice by farmers who have for the purpose of opening bide condition & priced to sell. Ho- DOY1.I:, E. CONNEK: Expert Reproduction FiltersPlumbing FURNITURE
feed grain bases on whetherto yer Patient Lilt, OversizedWheelChair. INSURANCE' !: AGENCY'
participate In the voluntary on lunchroom foodstuffs, "i Whispering PlitM -Motel 964-5390 426 N. .... C. E. JACKSON Supplies 41 Quality Home Furnishings

program. Allen submitted his resignation US 301 S. Phone Walnut Itp.PECANS 1313 W. Madison SUrke 9 Custom Draper I
For corn farmers who decide 964-8232 EXPERT SERVICE ON Carpeting
October 6 and the board
to participate, another subsequently on received notice : You pick. 20C lb. 5 LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf ALL MAKES Interior by Victor )1
choice will be whether to signup UTILITY TRAILERS miles west on SR 1 16. -- Bill & Country Club, ready for' PHONE 9647061DURRANCE
from bellg Gcldln.: Gainesville FOR RENT: 3 room furnished 1600 Park Ave. Orange Fart
for voluntary set-aside up CUSTOM BUILT Sherwood, 964-6742. Itchg. building on or for Investment. :
that he had been
attorney, retained -
to 10 percent of their bases, GAS AND ELECTRIC Lots area approximately 1/2 apartment. Motel rooms by 284-9331 tf
by represent CHRISTMAS TREESf for sale and Paved roads week or month.Low rates.Con-
and also whether to offer to BRAZING acre larger.
set aside 5 or 10 percent more WELDING various sizes and prices. Mrs. only 3 minutes from town. tact after 7 p.m. Star Lite Motel PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
him.The METAL
at the option of the Secretary board voted to accept TRAILER SHEET HITCHES W.A. Stern,phone 964-5614.4tp. Call 964-7701 I, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. lip., 4 miles 301 north of Starke. ,
of Agriculture. 12/23. tfchg FOR SALE 200 Acre Farm,
the resignation as of October REPAIR :
WE and sell nearly'every
Another choice to be madeIn 8, 1971, and requested Supt, INSTALLED1TiIL' needle made for any 80 A. cleared, bal. In timber,
relationship to program par- Tom Casey to report the resignation FOR RENT:House trailer.For- dwellings, barns; tobacco allotment -
ticlmtion Include decisions on: syth, 2 br. 12 wide, Couple. homes WANTED: Acreage, large or brand stereo regardless of age. paved road Terms)
to the State Department USED AND NEW Mobile \
small. Also the records
Buyers at
what to plant In view Phone 964-5261 or 964-8876. waiting. Strout long play
crops A.J. Thomas Realtor Tel.964-
of Education pursuant to for sale. Prices startat$2.500. ,
and Realty, Inc. 2117 N. Temple $1 off regular price at Dahmer' -
of potential farm yields lip \
Sec. 231.2801 Florida Statutes, : Olln's Mobile Home Sales 5701.
Ave. 964-6609 or 964-8238. tfchg
markets what financing will Discount
; which has to do with proce- (House trailer on tfchg.
be sought; whether to put In dures and grounds for revoca- :

new farm stoiy e facilities, tion of teaching certificates by / Grlffls Loop i real nice. Phone -o. ::.",.,.,.,..,.,.,.,.,.".,.,.,.,.,.:.,.,.,.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:,::",:,:,:",:,:"",:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:::,:,:,:::,:,:,:,:::,:,:,:,:,:,:,: 9.
buy new machinery,lease or buy, the State Department. 964-8245. lip. :: :!;!;::::::S:::: :;:Mi::::::: ::: :::::::::::: : : ::':::;::':':'::':':::':::::,:::;:::;::::::::::::::

more cropland; how to manage ; W TED-:1 DEXTER FARMS
storage and marketing of pre Earlier In the meeting the FOR SALE: Building trusses,
vious-year crops; whether to board opened bids on foodstuffs new 28 each, 27'4" overall, :::: { ANGUS CATTLE DISPERSION
plan for more intensive Input : $14.00 each. 7 each 31', $17.00. :::::::::: :::::::
for a three-month per- individual hearing ::::
per acre, In terms of fertilizers iod starting December 1 and at no .I Also lots of lumber. 964-5184. 1:;;;1 High School graduate, some drafting experience 1; ;11 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4.9 A.M.

land preparation, herbicides and, pesticides crop cul-, turned them over to Casey and regniremen1r lip 1 1 preferred strong In mathematics. Steady em ;;11 At The Form Hear
evaluation and coil.
tivation. his award staff of contracts.A for additional FOR SALE: 225 ampere electric ': :::: ployment. fringe benefits, excellent opportunity ?}:::::: CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA
"The set-aside farm program welder. New, complete, never ::::;:: with established company. Apply Monday thru ?;:::: ,
Is designed to give farmersas of ALL MAKE HEARING used, still crated.$115.964- :r:1:1::: Friday, 8:00 till 5:00 P.M. ::::'::: Selling Over 500 Head Of Angus Cattle In
for the use
much latitude as possible request 8418. I Itp.
REPAIRED The World's Best
AIDS Prime Carrying
consistent with the aim of a bus by the RJE Recreation
Improving farm Income. It Department was approved providing FOR SALE: Mattress and box :::;1 Owen Joist of Florida, Inc ;:;:;::: Blood.

producers make their the request Is channeled AINESVILLE HEARINGAID spring, for double bed, like ::;:;:; Lincoln City Road (S-100-A) ;:::;:: For Catalog and Information Contact:

own means farm management decision. through/ the Starke Recreation CO. new. $50.00.Call evenings, 473- ;111;11 Starke, Florida f: ;:;1

The government" doesn't decide Department. 1137 H. W. 23rd Ava. 4817. I Itp. .tb1: 1; ::1[ 1 1 1; 1* 1:1:1@:: mmffJ: :; M1jm; 1jj 1 j jjj 1 1 mjjf1; m 1 1 jKJ.I Dexter Farms, Crescent City I Florida
for them, Carver said Phones 904/698-2523 698-2212
He "It also CatnotvilU Florid 32601
added means ,
Phone 376-0095 A Hole la Your Roof =.SRN.N. .RNRBII..NBBRB..1.


REMOVE DlAi) BRANCHES and IRfctJbr ffEW) f Owen Joist of Florida Inc. needs dependable. ol.le

,rI 1 ..Jing frloetitor atiructi.*HI- acres on Forsythe ROOF"J I bodIed factory help. Ho exp.rience nece..ary. i Butchered Cut And
; .. welt.thai could m,,.r ly domog* htollhylt Road and 5 acres at Steady work, overtime. fringe benefits. e

I Cabling limbt ti.lp uroxrl rhtm og MHI Lawtey on paved road. & J Roofing Co. Wrapped
j high wintvr windi. > : IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK. APPLY

\ Cull today for a l In.tlhinouompl CONTACT Phone 9648778Hlway ; AT :1

< lflly inward 301 South OWEN JOIST 404 A POUND ANY SIZE
i p.ym.nt plan ovoilabU .

Gainesville L SAPP'S/ ; l Lincoln City Road Monday through :
4 BT W. DONT BATK: fl Call 782-3314 Lawtey

376-1766 TREE SURGEONS PHONE 964.7026 I .vn pt a sIe 1Maaa. OfR.I 7iOO} A.M. To 5:00: P.M. j
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