Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 9, 1971
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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patron saint ot kiddie. football field one-half hour before Prizes will be awarded by
land will arrive In Starke at scheduled parade time. Mayor Carl Hurst and John
10:30: a.m. Saturday, Dec II, Route of the gala parade will Myers, Chamber of Commerce
when the annual Christmas be south on Orange Street to executuve secretary, during the
Parade, sponsored by the He- Madison Street turning east parade In front of the Chamber
tall Merchants Division of the on Madison to Cherry, then office on Call street. Picturesof
Chamber of Commerce, takes north on Cherry to one block, the winners will be made
place. turning west on Call Street to and their names announcedover
Thompson Street north, disbanding a public address system.
churches Schools, civic and organizations businessmenhave at the Florida Bank Brian I Hamilton and Elzle San
Parking lot. ders, chairman of the 1971
entered vehicles floats stressing and decorative the- All parents In Bradford and Christmas Parade Committee, ouard, and individual entries entries will bo accepted until merchants who thought enough wonderful!!! season) ,
neighboring counties are urgedto have expressed appreciation to for their part In planning what the Bradford Volunteer I Ire Department ) -
Christmas theme. Entries will Friday, Dec. 10, at 5 p.m. at of our community to give Hamilton added.
bring their children to town all local clubs, churches, bus- promises to be an outstanding the Chamber of Commerce office young, the young at heart and \ list of Ole official parade' Bradford High: school
be Judged In the assembly area and let them enjoy the arrivalof iness firms Anti thn Bradford holiday due to the efforts of the all citizen of our area the line-up Is: drill team and band < ivltan
on the Bradford High SchoolIt Santa Claus In Starke. High band. Drill Team Color many people Involved. Parade "Thanks also to the retail thrill and Joy of a kick-off to !a': ( lt> !Police Department (See Page 4))

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I 4 Building Permit

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Merit pay is apparently

Ordinance Set still a hot

Issue amongclty Rosier Scott

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was the indication

By Commission Tuesday night when

j Clerk Merrill Edwards Mayor Shuford

made yet another -

An ordinance requiring that plans pitch to have

I for building be submitted before electric 0aW 7 the $4,000 appropri-
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t ',' service its extended or a building' ation divided evenly Win At Lawtey

permit Issued has been ordered preparedby w among all 67 workers -

the County Commission. .
One new councilman and two incum-
'' But the clerk met opposition
from the city council, which bents were elected in close: contestsin

will be the third ordinancethe use building permits to find maintained its determination to Lawtey's city election uesday.I
Bradford commission has new buildings. At present the reward those employees which

passed under Its still new home only way the assessor has of have been turning In outstand- :Marvin Hosier. waived: sevu ei, nidi' votes than niiiiei-,
rule powers.The board Instructed knowing of new construction Is ing performances. Sticking to "I']' \l>bk' lIarleI'e\ f f'iitl ,
Attorney Gene Shaw to pre- either by hearing it from some- its policy set several weeks r /liKJIlp' I |P"', While
pare the new law Monday at one or riding the county; con- ago when it appeared some nl" i unbent' 1 ItLiberl ( In" I isKiiseni ,
its regular monthly meeting. tinually in search of new de- department heads intended to in' 'ilmil. I In" vote 1'0 I >
law velopment."lie award their share of the $4- lei, 11, \I.",,'>, 01; ; luisitn-
Idea for the new came
M 000 in blanket raises for all sen, ;"l, mil I U. I I.. HoiiwiuMit, :/ ',
from the Zoning Board which doesn't have time to employees, the council again
Nov. 30 unanimously passeda continually ride over the county decreed: ilk ilkBill 41.
motion requesting the county; t; ," Hamilton said of Long. ln<'iinibuni I obcrl sum ,ietalneii -
commission to pass the law. It was also pointed out by -That each city departmentwill l I'u' (-loop' 3 coma II seit
The commission acted Monday Hamilton, who Is also a director receive a pro rata share will! I 1'\4< ""deS to 102) foi after Chairman Dave Shuford for Clay Electric Co- of the $4,000 according to the ICIIKU. : : >inline, smltli.Im .
read a letter from Tax As- operative at Keystone Heights, Watch it, glrlil You're getting some competition from Coach Rowland Hen. number of employees in the .
sessor Gene Long."I that power companies often put derson. These antics took place Wednesday In the Junior-Senior Powder department compared to the, mi' lie.' Barbar i 'innim:
total number of city workers. war ,il I I.. ,ifiurned for ,'tiioUmrterm
highly! recommend suchan In services which are never Puff gam.. (Se. story on ports page),
it would give Such For instance, the Street \Department ) ., wmmiv\ )' out uvei I es-
ordinance as used. an ordinance, he
has 22 employees I"I (. h a niiint' ''f
Board lei lj9| )
the Zoning as as pointed out, would Insure against ,
which Is 33 per cent of the pmi| ( ( |l li "
the tax assessor another tool such a needless expense.
to work with," Long statedin total city working force.Therefore i M 'i\or i I"" Its
Chairman Shuford also pointed KH that department will receive .
his letter to the board. Still ..
il< s i ied "i vkto ui
out such a law would aid Killings 33 per cent of the $4,000
The Idea was quickly seized the county; road department In or 1320. '11-: '"p'',' Ian I,,, mother, .. Iwu-.\edi
by the commissioners, who Installing culverts. There are -That the council Itself will 14:. ,i ,, ,deft. itiii// Robert' I I Ice
several ad- vill i .< IL of 138 to |1113.i> I he
Immediately saw presently many culverts In the determine which employees will
,- i .u. .old \II\or i will I U.' "CI-i
Commissioner '
vantages. county; which have been Installedat receive merit pay from rei-
Hamilton said he could easilysee \ HU' I I" :-"Hi!' : iai in U"( 'of-
taxpayers' expense which ommendatlons submitted b\ de-
/ how Assessor Long could are not utilized, the chairman Puzzle To LawmenA pertinentheads. -- -- --- ii l.

said. The county; has pulled The councilmen said they, Clover I Iwo imuljposed, candid.itcs,
some culverts up and moved would get together on determining Maislal \1, \1. 'Jordan mil' ( II:
them, he said, pointing to that who will receive merit pay' GloverTo ( Jerk I I.tJlel Ueddlsh: "tlid"' fun
The dri-
action as needless expense.It week of Innumerable leads, that after questioning some 150 on a light background. increases but set no lime for compllmentarj vole lonors.eaili .
tips, and would-be helpful tele- persons during the past nine ver said he especially noted the awarding them. ,'ellih lru: Iii!.
t will be the third ordinance phone calls have led to a blank days, he and other Investi- trio because he was planning Pausing as ho read the, min
passed by the commission. The wall for investigators of the gators from three joining counties to pull Into the open area In utes Tuesday night, (lerk I I.d- Head I Ihe 24'l) votes cast rC/1i/ cerr-
first empowers the county to from front of the shop to make some ''I cent of the
puzzling murder of two beau- as well as agents wards said city; employees ted about lr
donate funds to county; based ticians at their place of employment the FBI, are no nearer solutionof entries in his log, but did not asked that the, $4,000 be split total I 38< voters who arc ieiIstered --
fire departments; the secondis along an isolated Bradford COWl "S' most blz- do so when he saw that his evenly among all f r,7 emplo- at I awte) the, foul
j a sanitation law passed primarily stretch of Highway 21 between aare crime. rig would block this car from ees as a Christmas bonus. Edwards Included 12 absentee ballots
because of flies breed- Keystone Heights and Melrose. Bobble L. Turner, 38, and leaving the parking area. said he was relating which were also counted I 'ics-
hr nuln tirr Ing in chicken manure left too Patricia Marr, 22, were mur- In regard to another lead. what the employees had Indicated W II lam s. millJ.lover( manager day night
long around the county's; many Bradford County; Chief Deputy dered with multiple shots fired Reddish said that no connection to him. of Oe, I lauds) Inn,i"f Starke' ,
chicken houses.In Dolph Reddish said yesterday has been established of 'I I wo questions/ were rased I 1
at close range by more than yet Later in the meeting Power was; named president-elect ,,1.iLl't. '
SHOP other action, the board: one gun shortly after opening between two men captured in Plant Superintendent (-surge the, surke-Hradford' f ountj following the election ,
-Verified a board policy of the beauty shop Tuesday morn- Louisiana last Friday and the Graudon said he was "surprisedto Chamber of Commerce at a might need clarification n' Ue
having any drainage digging meeting of the, Hoard of '.ov- future, according to ( lark I ed-
AT HOME! Shelter November 30. Their lifeless hear what Merrill said.
done for the :Mosquito Control SpaceS Ing, bodies were found about (See Page 4)) Graudon said he had no such ernors last l ITuii'idai, Brian dish. ("!tIe of these lomcined\,
unit approved by the State Division Hamilton elected treas! the possibllitv of a iun-nfl in
of the indication from his was
Most Starke Stores of Health before workIs By 9:30: In a store room (.roup I, where the vote was
Edwards said he urer.
arriving early was speakingfor
shop by a patron ,
distributed i nig
begun. The county road department falrl evenly :
Will Be Open the board noted, U CD DirectorLack for a 10 o'clock appointment.One Credit WhereIt's over half theemplo>ees. :New': board members elected four candidates. Mrs. I eddlsl
woman was nude, exceptfor Marc! Jackson S..I./ !Peek, .
authorized to do drainage work "George still wants to use were: said It had always t been the
[Wednesday Afternoons only when it has to do with of proper shelter over a bra, and the other had It as merit pa," Councilman Ir., Hill Mover, IzleSanders: custom at Uiwtej for the high:
onlv pair) of shoes. \Don 11111 and ,John Sanders.
on a One 110 has ,
the maintenance of a county!; the state from nuclear attack DueIt's Wiggins said. man In each group to be declared -
Until Christmas road. That policy is, in fact, was discussed by Bradford Civil Mrs. turner's 16-year-old suggestions for things to be The I board also adopted a resolution the winner she said,
present Florida law, Sanitarian Defense Director Frank Williams daughter, Valerie, who ans- done to benefit the city. lie recommend \Ue, consideration however, that a check would
Jack Trawick pointed out. In an address to the wered the phone when a patron not often someone Is has men who will do that and of ( amp Hlancllng as be m'ldeA.\ > see If there was
-Agreed to Join with the state Starke Clvltan Club Tuesday called in at 8:45: Tuesday mornIng thoughtful enough to appreciate some who", perhaps, are not the site of National Cemetery anj provision (for a run-off(
:Motor Vehicle Inspection Association morning. has been missing since the good service when his so willing. If a new one is authorized! election in the city charter
CHRISTMAS PARADE in opposing moving Bradford is the only county! crime and is believed to have car is undergoing a check at "Intent of the council was for Florida. Bills have recently -
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Sot., Dec. 11 control of the Florida Highway in Florida which at present been abducted by the murderers the local Motor Vehicle Inspection that It be merit pay," Chair- been introduced by several \nother, question hadA.of I \ ck
Patrol to a new agency of the could adequately shelter iu An Intensive air and ground Station, so that made man Neil Tucker stated. Florida Congressmen for the with the eligibility -V
10:30 A. M. Public of the area surroundingthe Edwin T. Bennett's letter establishment of a new:National; Randolph, candidate in Coir \
Department of Safety. population, vviillams stated. search "We had a ruling on that
ell 5 who
Group qualified a
voted of shop has failed to worth reading Monday to the Cemetery In this State. .
The board unanimously Importance beauty
planning shelters If you will look back for it, a candidate for the office, b'' \
I Com Meet Santa! for preparation of a resolu- for all new public structures disclose any clues to Indicate County; Commission. Councilman Billy Noegel told Glover talked on the Impor- could not vote for himself '
tion asking the MVI station especially new schools whether the girl Is still alive, Giving credit where It was the clerk, referrring to the tance of highway billboards to cause he was not a resist: !..d
Ceurteiy Of remain under the FHP. was stressed by the director. or the Identity of her abductors. due, Bennett, Clay Electric council's decision that it would many businesses In Florida, voter in the city!; ,*n! opin n
-Was told by Clerk Clb Brown Eighteen Clvitans were pre- Reddish said that nothing has employee wrote the two In- award the merit pay raises.At and it was voted by the boardto was obtained from The An< '-
a\ that the Florida Legislature Is developed so far from a lead .pecton,1 register its opposition to the
Dfr the civil acted most
? GommunMu sent to hear defense that point Edwards turned ncy General's office stating i i. t
and Into truck driver who bills then under considerationby
digging deeper deeper supplied by a efncientiy
and thor-
3tatt director. Charles Hall was In politely the entire matter over to the a candidate can quail) fot ":-
sank the financial status of cities charge of the program. said he pasted the shop on oughlyeven the time they the Legislature providing flee, even though not registered -
and county; as It becomes more Highway 21 the morning of the turned me down for a defective council. setbacks of 650 feet for bill- If he other
Acc.u.... New, 'Insured concerned about aiding local The Clvltan has Initiated plan* crime and saw two men leaving horn." H* had four "Hr's a list (of all city boards along Interstate Highway lifications., meets qua
Ue T. $20,000 RyDepedt governments. It will not belong for a 10-Mile Walkathon for the with the blonde girl. One of cars checked in the past two employees). You-all do It the 's and others that have been
before Bradford will be March of Dimes. The event U the men had his hand In his months, he laid. way you want to. I'll not take constructed with the aid of Fed Mrs. Reddish said that Randolph .
M..I asked to supply a complete tentatively set for the later coat pocket the driver said. that responsibility. eral funds. thought he was registered -
IMS****. C.rr.L statement of iu net worth, the part of January. Additional lie described their car as a The two county employees "You've created the biggest Brian Hamilton, chairman of and did not dlscove rhis
plan will be announced in the blue Chevrolet with a license are Michael Tew and Michael! '
.... _.___.. ,,. 'e-- P **. .4) oversight. until after tit .
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Too Much Care'May St. Edward's Altar Mrs. James Barron WSCS Members

Wesleyan Guild .. ........< .. Loving Society MeetsThe Honored WithRetirement Have Christmas

Host At Holiday ,I Kill Gift Plants regular monthly meeting Luncheon Party TuesdayThe

Lr. of St. Edward's Altar Societywas
Dinner SundayThe ty locations where sudden changes held Wednesday evening Jn Mrs. James Barron was hon- Methodist WSCS business

in temperature occur and the home of Mrs. Jimmy Moore ored with a retirement lunch- meeting and Christmas party
senior and don't place pisata: close to radiators with Mrs.Francis Meng presid held Tuesday morning in
single mem- : eon on Tuesday In the Administration was
bers of the First United Methodist 1 \'I., or a heat or air conditioner ing.Altar dlnlngroom at the the sanctuary, where the high-
,.. ertll.
Church were honored at I Chairman, Mrs. Hobble Florida State Prison
Proper fertilization It another light of the altar was a "Chris-
I a Christmas dinner Sunday InFellowship Shaller, reported that Mrs. The long banquet table was tree."
of mon
important part growing
Hall Lester Humphries and Mrs.
following Follow all covered with a white cloth and
Morning Worship service. .. ,, the directions healthy plants.of the containerso Meng volunteered for altar care centered with a driftwood log Mrs. A.J. Eaves, president,
Members of the Wesleyan Ser- } that don't overfertUlz during December. filled with an arrangement of presided and Mrs. D.T. Fara-
vice Guild were hostesses.The Too much fertilizer Mrs. Joseph Cissy presented yellow chrysanthemums and bee opened the meeting with a
holiday motif was car- f; can eventually kill the Constitution and By-Laws greenery, balanced by smaller Christmas reading. Mrs J.n.
ried out In the decorations with I.. i iC plants.. your which are being officially a- arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums Walnwright in charge of the
arrangements of pyracanthea, dopted by the Society. and greenery. presented Mama
Watch for the common program
pine boughs, and candles. The g :I ptoms of foliage plant troubles sym- Mrs. Gladys Weldon reportedon Christmas decorated place Priest and her kindergarten
U-shapod dining table was distribution of food and cloth- cards marked the place set- children who presented part
which are as follows.
centered with three wise men Brown tips or burned mar- Ing for the needy, on servicesto tings. of their Christmas pageant, accompanied -
candle holders with burning gins of leaves -- caused by local cancer patients, and Mrs. Barron was presented by Mrs. Lavon An-

green tapers, and down the too much fertilizer,plants dried Sunland sponsorship. with a lamp, purse, 12 silver drews, pianist.
of the tables Mrs. Bob Blakewood outlined
length was a gar- wind dollars and an orchid corsage.
out temporarily or burn.
land of and plans for a parish coffee and
pyracanthea greenery FuquayBhnchard Mrs. Elbert Nettles presented
Yellowing and dropping of bake Following the meeting and
sale on December 12 and
Manning-Davis Approximately% 43 attended Engagement ToldMr. leaves -- can be caused by the children's Christmas party her with a framed poem entitled program, Mrs. O.L. Hayes Jr.
"Alice Bimbo".
gas fumes, chilling, overwa- and her social committee Invited -
scheduled for Dec. 19.
Date/ /Is Set Including 28 honor guests. )) tering, poor drainage and poor Forty-four guests were Invited members and Into
and Mrs. John Fuquay of aeration. Father James Cregan, pastor, to attend the luncheon Including guests
Miss Brenda Lynn Manning, Kingsley Lake announce the engagement Weak growth or light greenor Invited all parishioners to her daughter, Mrs. R. Fellowship hall for refresh-
daughter of Ford D. Manning Miss Hitchcock of their laughter Ruby yellow leaves -- Indicatestoo participate In the program being V. Turner, her sister-in-law, ments.
and the late Mrs. Manning, will Faye', to Victor David Blan- Intense light, lack of fertilizer planned with the Ebenezer Baptist Mrs. Myrtle Anderson; Mrs.
be united In marriage to Joh- Bride-Elect, chard of Cecil Field, son of If ;you are the lucky recipient of a root system. Choir at St. Edward's on Ttalford Brannen and Mrs.Harriet The refreshment table was
nny Lynn Davis, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Newly Blanchard of a dish garden, potted Wilting -poor- too much heat, December 15 at 7:30: p.m. Rlcharde,former coworker covered with Christmas green
Ancll O. Davis, on Dec. 23 Honored A t Shower of Houma, La. flower or Collage plant this lack of water or root Injury. Mrs. Michael Cllhooly wqs of Mrs. Barron. net cloth over satin and cen-
at 7:30: p.m. in the Church of The wedding will take placeon Christmas ;you may wonder how Spindly growth and small appointed Chairman of the Bingo tered by a Christmas floral

Christ Starke. Miss Patricia Hitchcock. Dec. 18 at 1:30: p.m. In the you should care for your "UvIng" leaves -- too little light or games scheduled for Sat- Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- piece. This was balanced by
All friends and relatives are gift. Most homeownerskill urday evenings in the Parish two low sliver candle holders
Oak Grove Baptist Church,witha too high temperatures, gins and Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
bride-elect of Dec. 19 hon- with kindness
invited was their plants beginning January 8 at
to attend. with lighted white tapers. Mrs.
following at the Camellia
reception Follow the above tips and Matthews attended the -
The ored at a bridal shower Satur- literally, that 1stOverwatering 8:00
bride-elect Is a 1968 p.m. National J.W. Ritch and Mrs. F.W.
Show Florida
"ten- the
home. give at
Fuquay your plants some -
day night at the home of Mrs. and over-fer The next will be held
graduate of BUS and Mr. Davis Strickland presided at the punch
All friends and relatives are der loving care" and they'llbe Bank Jacksonville Sunday -
graduated from Wellington High Lawrence Dugger at State tilizing often cause more problems on January 12 In the home of bowl.
invited to attend. with
a long time. afternoon.
School, Kansas. Farm. Co-hostesses were Mrs. than a lack of these essentials you Mrs. Cllhooly.
J.E. Edwards Mrs. N.B. Ros- for plant growth. Keep

Friday Tea Set ier, Mrs. Medford Shoaly, Mrs. Beta Phi the following Ideas In mind
J.J. Murphy Mrs. James Tompkins and your plant will be with
By Hospital WomenThe and !Mrs. Cecil Jones.A Christmas PartyBeta you for many years to come. y t LY
First of all, there Is no such
holiday theme was used in
Bradford County Hospital the party decorations. The lace Sigma Phi sorority will thing as a house plant -- a
Auxiliary will have a tea Fri- covered refreshment table was hold Its Christmas party at the plant Intended to grow Insidea
day, Dec 10 from 9 a.m. to centered with a red and white home of Mrs. Townsend Strick home, office or other build
3 p.m. In the hospital library arrangement with bells. The land on Edwards Road Monday ing. When plants are grown vc
honoring the hospital staff and bride's book table held a tall Dec 13, at 7:30: p.m. Member. Indoors several restrictionsare y ; a,
employees. red candle. are reminded to bring party Imposed upon them. Lack '
goodies, gifts and Items for the of sufficient light and low humidity -

Little WomenThe The hostesses presented die Christmas basket. are probably the most p
honoree with a stainless cutleryset severe restrictions but temperature -
can also be a prob-
Little' Women's Club and red and white cor- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W.
'l sage. They also gave corsagesto Oliver of Fernandina Beach lem.Many
will meet Monday night, Dec. \ foliage plants prefer
J.E. Hitchcock mother were Saturday luncheon guests
13, at the club house. Plans for Mrs. a relatively strong, filtered or

of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll-
of the honoree and Mrs. P.E.
the Christmas formal dance, diffused light. Places near windows -
They all visited Mrs. ,
and decorating for this event Bowen, mother of the groom- man. or light fixtures are usually HOLIDAY
F. In Alachua General
will be discussed. elect. suitable but avoid direct &
Hospital the afternoon ;
sunlight or very dark areas of ,
the home.Flowering plants suchas DRESSES
mums and polnsettias will DRESS
CHRISTMAS stand more light than foliage t'ry !II+IIIaIii, + Many many styles &
i ; ,Ilyrl, ll fabrics to choose
plants and should! be placedIn N nnpti '
I SHIRTSPerm from! Washable &
1 1 bright areas .. .. I. d
SAVINGS ON uI1,11 w, ,easy to care for
Watering Is one of the chief ; press' fabric In ? ?n J u dresses In r holiday "
causes of failure with plantsIn solids. fancier 8 1. ?'rl I r colors. Jr.. |jr.p'.ItI, '
FAMOUSBRANDS the home especially for containers i, ;t.y stripes Sizes S-XL,. I Iti missy & half, }sizes, ''I
which don't have drain- 14V.-17. ;
SALE DAYS: age holes. Generally speaking) fft

THU.R.: FRI., AND .SAT.iA'' most soaking house once plants a week.will require Water 1 $ 899

only when and don't I
necessary $3 ''iI .
I let the pots stand In saucers OUR AEG. Iil '
of water unless the plants are U,99 liillii
i ." 2 SLICE TOASTER MAGNUS ELECTRIC very tolerant to excess water. ,,)

[ '.... Overwatering can kill the plant II"p
L ,': Del ic lous toasl in seconds CHORD ORGAN roots and Increase chance of Open Sunday Afternoon ; ; LARGE SWAGGER )

\ light or dark disease and eventually kill the { ;, hIll l +i : l POCKET PURSES I
I II ENSEMBLE entire plant. fllIlp Ii
\I. $ 77"t'qu.' brown" :
7 OURREO.MIS Most plants of 60 grow to well 70 degrees.In temperatures MENS 1,irlfiVllli[{II i c.rmal a v.",".. I

Don't place the plants In draf- DOUBLE KNITSLACKS l $499 I


p ,.
-1 I Weds Mr. Dyal 100% stretch poly
j)2) yr. guar. against breakage ester In solids &
..1r( ( /. looks & feels' Ilk. china. /In Lawtey Rites 42.(fancies. Sizes 29- CANTRECE II .

.4... '- $1995PROCTOR.SILEX I Miss Sharon Kaye White, \ F.hlon NYLON HOSE '
; S
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Colon p 97 thadea In t ua.79t
Thomas, and Gregory Dyal, $9 stretch till 9.1I, eC
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal, OUR CEO.
were married In Grace United A $11.99

( Methodist Church, Lawtey, on
Saturday afternoon, Dec. t. LADIES'LONG NYLON y
Light weight & leak proof. The double ring ceremony was QUILTED ROB :
Steam for easier Ironing. performed by Rev. Donald Den- t
Open Sunday Gripper. A button down" ,

$1 IO 77Reg. I I Afternoon ton.Doyle Kemp was best man MENS solids styles' some,in "with prims I.c.a. Q 1
and Miss Charline Williamson Pink blu.. lilac & J +
$11.83 37 key-12 chord organ bench & of Starke was bridesmaid.Mr. ALL LEATHERBILLFOLDS mini. In 12 to 19. O

music box 1 year guarantee Dyal Is In training with

the Air Force, and the young ,.
-. a
SCHICK PRO .. $699
couple will reside at Keesler 9
HAIR DRYER 84 Air Force Base, Mississippi STYLES AND COLORS 't a'I

Folds (for storage, 3 drying -
'temps. Adjustable height. 36 SES To Present Completely silk lined. Photo LONGAGOWNS 4
'OUR MO, & credit card section. Extra o ,
94OUR MM Yule Program Key pockets Gilt Bo>l'ed.' Sanrorlzta, cotton flinMl 4 e I
Great Gift For Dad. .
REG. tl gowns" in color a ,
Jill The Starke Elementary School i SMLLADIES lul, solids. 4 prints __ 1e' -
classes will present a special

REAL TONE AC-DC Christmas program Monday, $299
RECORDER Dec. 13, at 7:30 p. m. In the $299
school cafeteria. No nursery ti
of light: patch, cord. will be available. Everyone Is
0tLAIROL blank

\ magnify.evening.83 tjASSETTE e_. cassette & cordially Invited to attend.

661 Mrs. W.D. Hamilton of Orlando i
a1rnI .n 97 Is visiting Mr. and Mr. $2 O 0 $166i .....s, '.
Brian Hamilton this week. ft OUR AEG.r "'. "10;,
I2.MMENS ...L\ ".


m ]Can be used with new Batteries 1 Included, built-I |OR. H. R. HOJUSER rrI SHAG MOP HOUSE SLIPPERS
;I ;; (Clairol conditioner, water II in AC line cord. HOUSE SLIPPERS Blue pink & sun
I mist or as a hairsetter dry I gold In 9-3x
c Q, Wishes to announce Blue, pink, lilac & .1.1r.
sun gold in 3-10.
OUR .1891 $72. r.
$21.I* The opening of CORDUROYHOUSE .. ,
SLIPPERSTerry Hot pink & blue slipper In sizes rr GIRLS PLUSH BOOTIE
5 to 10. + Pink & In 5-8.
G.E. CANISTER BLACK 'N DECKER His Practicefor lined house slippers In moo toe a
styling with rubber sole. Green &
Home visits BIG BOYS .bl
Swivel lop '4 lock-In y 07301 handle big cut.' LADIES
attachments.: ting jobs with ens.i9 CORDUROY HOUSE SLIPPERSTerry LADIES FUR COLLAR iR
lined house in toe
only slipper moc
$29es3J.u 99 styling' with rubber .al.. Green & Orange, lime, sun gold & black ''Turquol & bone In Pink & royal blue
olive In 3.6. In size S 10. sues 510. In 3-8. .t J.t

CALL 964-7276


1 Pale Z ''Telegraph 1 Dcc/9.,. 1971.' -

r I ) S e .1 fGladys

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Date Chang Santa Fe Will

( Lieople) 39ou3Xnoto &I ir: For AluminumCan Graduate 8

Pickup From This Area

Reynolds Aluminum Eight area young people will
Jr. Club Hears UDC Christmas "Keep America Beautiful" participate In an Informal gra-
Carr mobile unit will be duation ceremony to be held 0
Luncheon HeldThe can-buying
Talk By Florist I coming to Starke on a different In Gainesville Wednesday Dec p
Trade. IS, for 238 candidates for gra-
W.T.Weeks chapter,UDC day on an OTHAT'
duation at the end of the fall
Larry Williams, Starke florist held their Christmas luncheon starting the week of
gave a talk on flower Wednesday of last week at the December 13. term.
arranging at the Junior Wo- Sgt. and Mrs. James T. Lee Holiday Inn. The cash-for-cans mobile Included In (the list are: Ran. ,;
man's Club meeting Monday Camp LeJuene, N. C.,announcethe The dining table was In the will now be at Starke Plaza on dall Davis, Larry McLeod.Ka- .:.
night at the club house. Hos birth of a son,James Christopher form of a Christmas wreath and alternate Thursdays from 2 to therlne Peek, and James Yawn,
tesses for the evening were on Dec. I.Grandparent decorated with tall silver can- 3 p.m., the first stop on tile all of Starke; Wanda Crawford,
Mrs. Jackie Cline and Mrs. are Afr. and Mrs. C. E. San- delabras and low red velvet new schedule being December Hampton; Shirley Fayson, Law-
Linda Smith. ders and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. schedule, tey; Virginia Brunson, Melrose;
candleholders In the shape of 16. The previous and John Nazal, Waldo.
Lee Jr. of Starke. roses. The centerpiece was also which runs through December Friends and relatives of the
red velvet roses and a garlandof 7, was Tuesdays from 1:30: ( to
candidates Invited to the
Mrs. Martha Connell is a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cody are
patient In the Gainesville Extended Barksdale Jr., Jacksonville a pyrancathea and Ivy centered 3:30: P.m. ceremony at 3 p.m. In SantaFe's
Care Nursing (tome. son, Robert Cody Barksdale&m, the tables. At each place setting The driver of the mobile West House( auditorium
were miniature crocheted unit pays cash on the spot tor 723 W. University Avenue also
born Dec. 5 in St, Vincent'sHospital. and other ; S RIGHT
Christmas wreaths. all-aluminum cans to the Informal In
Local Admittances to Bradford Paternal grandparents reception the
Mrs. G.W.Roberta Sr.,presi- clean aluminum household
County Hospital this week are Mr. and Mrs. Robert lounge.
Include: Andrew Mark Davis Barksdale of Starke. dent, presided and Mrs. L.G. scrap. He pays 10 cents per
Milton Bell Mrs. Rachel Ham Powell gave the Invocation. pound and there are about 23

Siller ilton, Mrs.Gunter Patsy Mrs.. Sllco Ada,,.New-Mrs. Starke Mr. and, a Mrs.daughter Charles, Elizabeth Rowell and Christmas Miss Norma carols Canova were sung historian all-aluminum cans: collected cans here to the are powt ttthen
centerin '.
read "A Christmas to the Reynolds recycling :
some Henry G. Morrison, Mrs. Dec. 6, in Putnam ,
Mavis Goodge and Mrs. Liz Memorial Hospital Palatka. Poem" by Mary members Lorlano and Duke. and Jacksonville bulk shipment for to shredding smelters AND NOTHING COULD BE FINER FOR YOUR FAMILY THAN A NEW 1972
Thirty one one
zie Lee, Starke Mrs. Ann Dur-
rance, Hampton;; Mrs. Dorothy Grandparents. W. Strickland are Mr., and Kingsley Mrs.F. visitor were present. where they are melted down and Last LongerPoinsettias CHEVROLET OR OLDS IN THE DRIVE! WE WILL CHEERFULLY EXHCANGE .

Engelke and Mrs. Josephine Lake, Mrs. Arlene P. Rowell, cast Into Ingots for reuse. YOUR OLD CAR FOR A NEW ONE. ?
Strandberg Melrose; Mrs. On- Starke and Raymond Rowell should now be In .
IM/2C and Mrs. Mike Smith
nle Raulerson, Brooker Mrs.
Ruth Wadsley Lake Geneva; Jacksonville. of Alameda Calif are spending Legionaires SetSmorgasboard full bloom according to Florida !
; 30 with their parents, Mr. Nurserymen and Growers As- dl
Carl Prevatt &..awtey.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Max days NOW wl .
and Mrs. X. M. Smith In Starke sociation. Many nurseries wlU
Sheppard, Lake Butler, twin fIt! f, y A
have flowers other
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl ParkerIn pots or
Edith Christiansen has girls Sherry Leigh and Cherry Gainesville.Mrs. Law & Order TalkA containers. You can enjoy the ...
returned to her home In New ..
Orleans La. due to the serious Lynn County, born Hospital.Nov. 30 In Bradford beauty of the flowers for the For A Real Christmas! Savings!
Tullle Norman was In holiday season and set the plantIn
Illness of her son-in-law, John legionnaire and ladles
Jenks. She had been visitingher Jacksonville Thursday to Sun- Christmas your home grounds later on.
smorgasboard partymeeting ;
sister, Mrs. W. II. Hart Eleven couples enjoyed din- day visiting her daughter Mrs.B. will be held In The American If you have Poinsettias already LOOK AT THIS
and family for six weeks. ner and theatre at the Alhambra J. Eggers In St. Vincent's Legion Post Home, growing In your yard you may
Saturday night Including; Mr. Hospital and Mr. Eggers. 715 Edwards Road, December wish to cut some of the flowers
Miss June Harding of Atlanta and Mrs. Carl Johns Mr. and 14, at 6:30: p.m. for prehollday parties.
Is visiting her parents Mr. Mrs. Charles Sawyer Dr. and Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and Post Commander Bill Scog- Here are some suggestionsto 10.1 New 1972 Chevy Impala SedansWITH
and Mrs. T. B. (larding, for Mrs. Harry Cruen, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glines of Jackson- gins said Chief Deputy Sheriff make Poineettiaelastlonger.
two weeks. Mrs. George Roberts, Jr., Mr. ville were Sunday visitors of Dolph Reddish and Chief of Police Strip the leaves below the flower -
and Mrs. Gene Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Hitch. Kenneth Fuqua have been off the stem for the distance AIR CONDITION, POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES, AUTOMATIC
S/Sgt. Frank Hardy- homeon Mrs. Marlon Harrington, Mr. discuss or length of stem you
Invited to briefly some
30 day leave after a year's and Mrs. Fred Barker, Mr.and phase of law and order. want to cut off. This shouldbe I
tour of duty in Vietnam. He Mrs.. Brian Hamilton Mr. and who has been interning in St. done approximately two or AND SIDE MOULDING RADIO AND HEATER.
will report to Washington D. Mrs. Marc Jackson Mr. and Petersburg Is home through { three days prior to cutting.
C, on Jan. 10 for further duty. Mrs. Gus Kopelousos and Mr. December. Her fiance, Jim c TJJfiw When you are ready to cut your:
and Mrs. Lamar Shaw. Shaw of FSU, was a weekend flowers, take along pall of hot "
Mrs. A. J, Eaves Mrs. F. guest of the R. M. McRaes. water. After the cut has been .R A FOR UNDER $4,000
W. Strickland Mrs. Marian F.B. Beard underwent sur- made and the flower removed
Miss Louise Stern and Monday In the V.A. Hospital last
Moyer gery Mrs. J.L. Bradley spent
from Its growing stem, dip the
Mrs. Olin White attended the In Gainesville.Mrs. week visiting relatives In Columbia cut end Into the boiling water ,,
dinner-theatre at the Alhambrain St. Mathews and about one Inch. This prevents
Jacksonville last Wednesdaynight. W.S. Haas underwei.: Charleston S.C. excessive bleeding and AlSO
pre- I
.. sugery Tuesday in the Alachua
serves the cell content of the
General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.Brownof stem. Emerse the stems after
Melanie, Kathy and Lex Greenof Redkey Ind.were Wednesdayto this operation In a pall of cold
Gainesville spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith Sunday guests and Mr. and Trucks. Trucks Trucks!
end with their grandparents, of Williston were visiting Mr. Mrs. Silas Brown of Cordele water overnight. Next day arrange .
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green Sr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson Sun- Ga. Thursday overnight for your table decoration.
day. guests of their brother and Poinsettias treated In this man- Some Loaded, Some Standard, New Ones Arriving Daily From The Factory

Mrs. Ida Latham returned to Miss Ginger Baldwin of the sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ner ten will days.last for at least sevento All Models & Equipment. Exchange Your Old Truck Today For A

her home in Salt Lake City, University of South Florida Is George W. Brown. Easter Lilies and Eucharist
Utah Wednesday after several home for three weeks holiday. Lilies, if have
given them
weeks with her sister, Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner you
D, Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren and family moved_Into their proper care, should be growing Better Baldwin Buy!
profusely at this time.
celebrated their 25th wedding new home at Country: Club
Mrs. Merrill Edwards visited anniversary Nov. 24 with a family Estates over the weekend.Mr. will need fertilization approxi-
her sister, Mrs.James KIn- dinner party at the Garden ..A" mately orice a month with a
chen at Santa Fe Lake Monday. Restaurant with a reception following and Mrs.Charles Meyersand ---r 0 good soluble fertilizer.
at the Warren home. family of Atlanta were Check your rose bushes this CAR
Mrs. S.K. Newsom, Mrs. Jo- weekend guests of Mr. and BLACK'S BACK And it month for excessive mites.The
seph Shepherd and Mrs. S.G. Dr. AJ. Barry attended a Mrs. A.S. (Harrison and also shows up best in sumptuous warm days and cool nights of
Klnnsco of Miami were Satur- Preceptorshlp meeting at' visited their son, Danny Mey- fabrics like cotton velveteen December are Ideal for miteson
J day visitors of Mrs. R.A New- Shands Teaching Hospital on ers at U. of F. shaped here Into a super rose leaves. An application
som. Saturday. newsboy look. An embroidered of Kelthane would be advisable.

_... _" _".._'L_...__.._.__.__..__. ____ _L ________---------------- star adds extra sparkleto Black Spot can also be a pro- CLEAUSED Rt
the quilted vest that topsa
I ruffled blouse and jaunty blem and weekly spraying witha
knickers. good fungicide will give this
protection. Don't overlook fertilization -

:::;::i::i::::::1:::j:1:1i:1i:1::::::::::::i::i:1:;:::;m Hii; i the plants of your roses. Since
are producing flowers -
abundantly they need ade-

e0.d.w Starke ANNOUNCINGNew Chiropractic Center quate nutrients once every for flower two weeks.production 1970 OLDS VISTA CRUISER WAGON

167 W. Call St across Pinching of annual plants cau-
from old courthouse.Dr.RonaldE. ses them to branch and produce (Sold New By Baldwin) And Has Everything From Power Windows To Stereo
Dopson, Director, formerly more flowers for Tape System.Christmas.
associated with Owen Research your enjoy

3 Foundation years. Ofdce of' Jacksonville Hours Mon.for pinching.Snap ment Dragons Petunias all Calendulas respond and to I Time Savings $3605 $3295

Wed., Fri., 9-12 and 36. Tues. Actually what you are
doing is
r Thurs., Sat., 9-12, or by appointment in removing the topgrowth

, A Ii I f.J:., Phone 964-8018. order from to formln prevent early After flowers all.- 1970 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 340 COUPEClean

t 1 you are growing these
i : 1 j:::i:!:;::1:;:;:;:::::i::::::::;:;:;:;:;::;:;:;:;::::::::ii:::::!:::i:;:' for flowers and not for foliage.plants As New With Wide Tires. Mag Style Wheels A 340 V-8 Engine And Best
.... Don't forget your house plants Of All I Its Automat I c.
FOR CHRISTMAS GLAMOUR which also need care. Watch
i TllE BRADFORD for scale Insects and spider Christmas Time Savings $2695 $2295

spray for control.Moose .

\ OF DRESSES FOR ALL AGES. t Published at 1.18 W.every Cull.. Thursday Street 1969 PLYMOUTH 9 PASS WAGON

/ S \ YOU'LL GET THE HOLIDAY Slarfce. Florida 3209V LodgeInstallation The Fully load Loaded) For Your Pleasure, Same Sue As A Chrysler Wagon 'It Will,|| Carry

Second claw: postage paid
SPIRIT BY JUST BROWSING at Starke' Florida Christmas Time Savings $2995 $2395
Installation of the new :Moose
;. AROUND Subscription Rates: Lodge will be held at the Starke
s In trade area: S5.00 per Golf & Country Club at 2 p.m. 1969
year; 2.75 six months. Sunday Dec. 19. Wives and PONTIAC FIREBIRD COUPE
prospective members are In-
Outside trade area: 15.50per vited. Refreshments will be V3 4 Speed Transmission Radio, And Heater.
year; $3.00 Ih month served after the Installation

J... ceremonies.F Christmas Time Savings $1695 $1295|

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Give Plants t
: 6 Cylinder, Power Glide, 3,800 Miles Like New

2 t For Clu-istmas t Christmas Time Savings $28% $2395

1 t ; Beautiful Cedars

I M t This Is Just A Few, Of The Ij".i

, 11P&& t t -W clean OK used curs \{,

t FRUIT TREES You Will Find At Buldtt! ins

y WITH t Hope To See You Soon. Merry Christmas!

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EVERY MERRY OCCASION. 4 U.S. 301 North Phone 964.1500!


t GIFT'fi. fi BANKAMERICMOl L I HOSIER'S NURSERYAcross J "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"r

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Building Ordinance $5,416 Grant Given County LibraryA /I''I' I I'' I .#IJu,111

clerk said which means the not begin operation before A. $5,416 slat grant has been The grant amounts to a 24 State assistance has been x ::.; S3raa .
selling price of each parcelof pril. awarded the Bradford County per cent Increase: In the lib- sought for the county library .
land will have to be ascer- -Asked Jerry Sherman of M. Library, County Commissioner rary's annual budget of $22- since It separated from the
D. Moody & Sons, Jacksonville, Ralph Bryan announced Monday. 350, bringing the total budget Santa Fe Regional Library three I
tained. If such Information Is to attempt to obtain for the It ends three years of effort this year to 27776. ;years ago. Reason for the sep- NOTICE; ;
not made available within 30 county a pile driver of the by Bryan who has persistently Only stipulation Is that the ration was a requested budget
days, all state aid will be correct size. One recently pur- pursued state aid for the free funds must be used toward the Increase from $13,000 then to
topped until the requested Information chased by the county to drive public: Library operated by the operation of the library as op.. $33.000 a sum the county
If supplied, the clerk bridge pilings has too big a county; with assistance from the posed to funds a new commission declined to pay. Outside;
said he learned at a recent hammer to work efficiently with City of Starke. building. The will housed But the library has continuedto I To Property Owners
meeting of the State Association the size of train which came ''I'm delighted. I might even to begin purchase of books grow despite the lack of
of County Clerks In Tal- with it.Was, say surprised, even though toward the library's primary assistance from other than local :-
lahassee. told by Attorney Shaw we've been trying a long time, goal establishing county-wide; sources. This grant will '
-The clerk also said there that he Is still attempting to Bryan told his fellow bookmobile service or either more than double the $13,000 I Any Municipality
was a move afoot In the capitol get proper certification of signatures county; commissioners. three branch libraries atstrareglc budget of four years ago. The I
to move the financial oper- on a deed under which Much: assistance was received points In the county; according grant will mean that about$1.90 :.
ation of county goverment from the county; Is purchasing a new from State Sen. Bob Saunders to Librarian Martha per capita Is being spent on the : :
under the comptroller's office borrow pit on SR-225 east of D-Galnesville, and Bradford Minx. library In Bradford County
to another agency, but that has Lawtey. Shaw said he obtained Rep. Gene Shaw, Bryan said Credit for the grant was also i Every Person constructing any new
been abandoned now for the signatures of sellers from New Shaw was present Monday when given to State Librarian I lank .
time being. York In the proper place on Bryan credited him with helping Blaslck by Mrs. Minx. The :
-Named a committee to Investigate the deed after several tries get the state money. state librarian visited the Brad- were the women ordered to addition moving in
bids of two Jacksonville but now a NY court neglectedto it's a tribute to your persistence ford library to see the opera- undress -- as officers believe building, making an or a
communications firms bid- attach a seal certifying the ," Shaw replied to Bry- tion for himself, she stated. they were made to do -- and
ding widely different prices on signatures! valid. The county an. then .hot, each of them several '
a base radio station and four Is paying $3,000 for the 15- times. Another commonly i Mobile Home must obtain a building permit w;
mobile radio units for the county acre borrow pit, plus It agreed suspected motive was discounted -
; civil defense unit Stephens Monday to reimburse two heirsto Murders. when an autopsy report declared -
Communications bid $3,875 to the property for taxes they Glover. the had not been in the Tax Assessor's Office Court
supply and Install the units and have paid on the land. I f (From Page 1)) sexually molested.women I ,
Motorola Communications and (From Page 1))
Highway 21 murders. Picturesand Another unanswered question
Electronics bid $6,900. A
the downtown Improvement the two Is how the missing girl could
fingerprints of
i house.
-Instructed, at the suggestionof
committee, reported on an i
Commissioner Ralph Bryan Louisiana desperadoes, involved have answered the phone In an !
meeting held recently at
that two secretaries In lie( civil area In a series of murder, apparently calm voice either '
Merit White Springs, and said the local
defense department and com- Pay. committee will meet againin kidnaping, and armed jobbery Just before, or Just after the '+,
murders had been committed. !

a.modity m. to program 4:30 p. work m. with from half 8 (From Page 1)) January.It was reported. that Commissioner for charges study, were forwarded hero Is it possible that the mur- also check the Zoning of the I
an hour off for Ju board agreed that all county concerning the puzzling haps holding girl at gun-
monster I've seen since I've Connor has said that plans for murders and apparent point while she answered the
employees clock should working maintain under uniform the been In the City of Starke," the new Starke State Farmers aoouction. tine of these Is that phone? t Area not including Municipality. i iI
he added. Market and bids any
hours. The two secretaries had are complete no firm motive has been established Reddish agrees with Assistant ,
No pay raise can exceed the will be taken soon It will be a for the crime. Onlya State Attorneys Mack Futch
been going to work at 8.30;
5.5 per cent limit established metal building and will be smaller and Gene Whitworth of Gaines-
lunch while small amount of
eating on money--
a. m. the Federal and Price I w
by Wage than the former
duty, and quitting at 4.30; p. m. Chairman Building around $12was reported missing ville who say that so far no I II
Board Nell Tucker that burned, the report said. 11 PERMITUp
-Was told Commissioner from the shop's cash box COST OF
by pointed out, under rules of Mrs Thaxton Springfield of plausible motive has been found
Bryan that he has learned the and the women's purees If
and term the crime "sense-
President Richard Nixon'sPhase Gainesville, explained the need
new Regional Mental Health Association robbery was the motive, why 1.......
economic policies.In for day for
care centers children : -
program for mental other action, the councilAt : of working mothers and described to w $ 1,000. $ 2.50 per MFrom ;
the local level will
care on
the suggestion of Chair- the program of the Ala-
man Tucker voted 3-Ito sponsor chua County Coordinated Child 2.00 M
$1,001 to 15,000. per
Young men and women a Christmas party Dec:. 17 Care Center. It was stated thata DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
for all city; employees, their move Is on foot for the establishment 1.50 M :f ;
wives, husbands, and dates. of day care centers From $15,001 to 50000. per
YOUR ARMY Maximum cost was set at a- In Bradford Countvwlth an estimated ::" :-
round $5 plate, and a catered STARKE 1.00 M ;
REPRESENTATIVEWANTS per 1,200 families eligible { From $50,001 up per :
roast beef dinner Is ten- to participate.It PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE k
TO tatively planned. was announced that the date y 'w.
Councilman Orle Wiggins voted of the annual banquet has been :
TALK TO YOU against using city funds changed from January 27 to January JOHN TORODE, Chairman, :.
for the party; says he did not 28. HEIGHTS '
ABOUTATERRIF1C believe In voting to buy him- I'IIONE 47.1-3176: Bradford County Zoning Board. .:
steak dinner.
self a ;::: .... .. .. ... .. .. ... .... .... ...... ...... .................................. .......... .. +
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-Wrote off$789 In delinquent w ..:; ........ :
{ ifr R6iRvLKC: :: :<{;:$S O:ffCS:::: : ;::'i'rrSii'r.:: :; :::::'r:: 5$.:+rv:::::r.:...;..;.;..:.:..:..:.:.:.-:.::.:n:-:....... .;.. ;.-:""" .;.y_, ",,, "' .IV" """" ".'
RAISE utility accounts. Clerk Edwards ..
pointed out those accounts will
have to be paid before anyof ;

The Army'increase getting, the new dramaticpay stort receive the 27 city customers utility services.can again WHAT BETTER GIFT COULD YOU FIND? :

ing salaries will b. doubled
and you still g.t fr.. clothIng -Heard a Clvltan Club del-
free meals, free housing egation headed by J. E. Tom-
tell of plans for a Marchof
free m.dical and dental car., linson Walkathon set for
free job-training and .ducation Jan. 22. Council members Indicated -
and 30 days paid vocation a they would go along 88" Tuxedo Sofa Bed

year. Today's Army wants to with the benefit and Totnlln-

join you at a much higher sal .further son said plans he would and be specific back with requests i imiU'lJ

ary. for I the city; He\said

Call: city walk councilmen the 10 miles.would be askedto :':,,- : .,. .::.UJ ;>' l.-, :..i\\ JI'f' )

Sgt. Glenn, collect at -Was told by Clerk Edwardsthe .Q" \ .. +-" HI

786-5800 or see at Local old police car, until recently : ..". ... ........., hi'
used by a utility; department 1 ) '. .
Board 18 every Tu.sday. head, was sold for !:: ... .....- -
$125. Only one bid, that of '"- /Ii.r. ...
Rance Thornton, was received. x f' IL I( -rrL j......
... ; .
the clerk saId.Accepted xMe :
JacksonvilleBusiness the low bid of $1- ., ( f L. IlikI :
080 from Burke's Tree Sur-
geon's to trim 12 oak trees
endangering utility; lines and
which city; equipment won't han
dle. A second bid of $1,625 was .
submitted by Sapp's Tree Sur- of '

geons.-Was told a new room Is Ii
DirectoryAuto being partitioned off In the
office of Gas Supt. Bob Pat- :.
terson to be used as a teletype -
Sales and Service ; room. The city; Is getting t
a teletype; machine In the '
near future.
Parrish MotorsPALES -Appointed a committee to

Investigate the city's; liability .- .
and the cost of getting liability ..........
Insurance for part-time city; ...
SET VOLVO firemen and auxiliary police- \.\ .
men. No part time employeeIs ,
presently covered under the Large Matching r .
Always Good' .. Can city's Insurance program in
of death or Injury on the Tub Chair
VZt Law St. .... 3M-SCH I
Job, Clerk MerrlllEdwardetold
Councilman Billy Noegel answer -
ELECTRIC( MOTORS to his question Council- ,
men Jimmy McRae: and One wyr :run >

PEAVY Brother Wiggins and Attorney George '\ : '
Pierce were named to a com- tM cd ,
Electric Co., mittee to look Into the situa

Electric Motors tion.Okayed, at the recommendation -
of Councilman Noegel,
Sold] Serviced Repaired the purchase of a new engine
'Genet ators Sisters Armature for the oldest garbage truckat .
Rewinding. A a cost of$600. I
dolt Ix-nox Jax 387-2328
With 2

CllT 3tllWSParade.
PIANOS ; ''i

YAMAHA PIANOS Sofa Pillows .

CONN and K1MBA1XORGANS (From Page 1)) In Durable Vinyl Plastic \' b' Sofa Opens

Club car, Candystrlper float, ; 1 To Bed At Night
Starke Girl Scouts, Ralford Girl Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed
Scout Troop No. 448, Brownie for comfortable sleeping and relaxing.:
Store ,.a' The 88" Sofa to full size
float Stump's Department ; opens a douExactly
car, Leila's Dress Shop car. ble bed, upholstered in ; as $19
Baldwin Chevrolet float Starke ,1 vinyl plastic In your choice of to- 9
Golf 4 Country Club cart a -? day's most popular colors. Shown.
Western Auto float, the Flor-
ida Division of Forestry's Smo-
key the Bear,various churches.
Knt AU. "'SWIN ER"
ORGANS Bradford Baptist Church Roping Club float, and of 7f'* A Fact You Can Do Better At"

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WHO PBICea fall in line with his views"N.

Cart L Block from l-lt DeVane Williams, 434 W. Call St. Phone 964.5827 Starke Florida
7aeta.u.UIe. fto. 3MIT4IJL. Holmes County (Fla.)I Ad- !..

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I Only Money Conner Wants More Funds Junior Girls Win BIG

When Mr*. Virginia II Cattle Rustlers t
Knauer sought $810,000() ( to To Figlit 16-12 Over SeniorsIn _
run the Office of CuusumcrAffairs
enVllrren G. :\1111- Arguing\ for more money to and Is asking for four more
nusoii D.'Wuxh.. i of the fight cattle rustlers In Florida for the next fiscal year. Powder Puff Game u
Agricultural Commissioner "Cattlemen have less pro- '
Sc-natu Appropriation Committee
Doyle Conner said at a recent tection than the average person 14' (.(
questioned the Tallahassee meeting that although they make very \
.ttlriKy" requestMagnuson| thieves have "walked off with large contributions tax-wise" Playing by boys rules for BranfordMiller 3-2-8,
pointed out that $10,000 worth of his cattle in Conner said. the first time this year the Tldewell 1-0-2 Wiggins 2-1-)
the $4.4 bfllion education bill the past two years. The Commissioner added that atone basketball team of Key 5, Cheny 1-0-2, Boyklns 2.1-
ho hud helped to push through Conner told Gov. Reubln Askew the cattle he kept near Starke High has rolled up a 5, Jackson 4-1-9 Lowe 1-1-
thc ConjrreHH- -which total/ who was reviewing his deportment'l were a "good grade of Angus" 4-1 Exhibiting record to date.a strong team 3. Totals 14-6-34. Great Buys For Your
budget request for raised forbeefproduction.1l1ey
$45.:! million than President
more 1972-73 that all but nine of were never recovered,he said. Tuesday night the Kll girls Great
Nixon rcqucHtcdpro, ( 75 head of cattle he placedon Conner's office said that over rolled 60-34 over Branford for KHGirisRoll Patronage. .
vide $21 million for ('on- a leased pasture near Starke $2.5 million worth of cattle an easy win. outscortng
(turner education! 'in the Office have been stolen. are stolen annually In Florida. Branford In every quarter.
of Education, u um 2fj< times Conner's department has Chris Brokas and Debbie Bleas- Starts Today -Ends Dec. 24th
the size: of M rH. KIIIIUIT'M three persons Involved In work- dale each had 16 points to lead By
Ing with law enforcement authorities Waldo Elects 101. Kern Bonrer was also In
entire budget
I on livestock thefts double figures with 10 points. BranfordTerry Prefinished Moulding For Paneling -15% OFFBEST
First Black The Kit girls have split a
I.. .- .o.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.- pair of games with Cross City
City OfficialThe and have also beaten Cedar
0 Woods returned a I late
Key, Bell, and Branford. They
: play Cedar Key In Keystone fourth quarter kick-off 50 yards
Supply town of Waldo elected Its at 5:30: tomorrow (Friday Dec. to lift the Junior girls to a
first Negro official In Tues- 10)), a team that is the girls 16-12 upset win over the senior
2o day's city election. toughest opponent says Coach girls In the annual juniorsenior -
Arthur Wilson, a 50-year-old Cecelia Jackson. powdcrpuff football game.
: SW Southern Bell employe won a Saturday they travel to Bran- The senior girls controlled j.
... ... seat on the five-member coun- ford and next Tuesday Dec. 14, the ball game but gave up I
o cil, receiving the high vote in they go to Mayo.KeYltone two big plays which both resulted LINEPANELING
the council race. In TDs and gave the jun-
girls are not big,
Also winning council seats the tallest is Susan Baker at iors the win.
o Purina Cattle Cubes were veteran Councilman Carl 5-8. but they have a balanced The junior girls drew first i ;
Beggs and George Rhea a newcomer scoring attack. blood on a 9-yard TD pass BY ABITIBI r
to the political scene. Debbie Bleasdale Is the lead- from quarterback Pam Maceyto I
o $80.00 Per Ton So
Mayor W.D. Nicholson was Ing scorer In the first four halfback Lavon Bass. The Lowest Price Ever 1 I ,
Juniors the crucial
uncontested for his sixth term games with 52 points Chris points
In office. Brokas Is after on another pass from Ret 29 i t l
second with 47, Kern
o Costal! Bermuda Hay | The voting tally In the council Bonner has 41, Annie Cardenas Macey The score to end was Vlckey set Turner.up on a $7.77 $6 1 i ll
race was: Wilson 119 votes 32, Stephanie Bannister 24, Susan 32 yard gallop by quarterback sheet
Beggs 71 Rhea, 69,Unsuccess Baker 21, and Jor-
; Carolyn Pam _
S $1.00 Per Bale % ful council candidates were Pat dan 10."We. The seniors came right back 6 Patterns I 1'
Ojtlesby with "
61 votes and try real hard. says
Just before the half with
so Emory Coach quar- Washable Fade I ,
t-stes Jr., 54 Jackson 'in explaininghow terback Judy Young moving the ( a
Waldo has 322 registered vo- her girls have won four Resistant 1 .
team down the field on four rj
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizers J ters. games. As of now, the girls runs for 25 yards giving the Class t-rIII
are the only winning KII ath-
seniors a first down on the 11- Firs Rated
S 6-8-8 letic team. yard line. Mar em Studs .r ,
Strawberry Special
g Four plays later on a fourth r
My Neighbors STATISTICS and three situation Young went Resistant
2 ((40% Organic) Kll 10211216-60 over after for attempt the score.pass fell The shortof point w 41

a "" Branford 7 95 13-34 Its mark and:! the Juniors 59 each .
-' .- .... held a slim 8-6 lead at the (
o All Types Of Purina Feeds : I I I 1-0-2 KII-, Bonner Bannister 2-6-10 3-2-8 Baker, Jordan 1- half.The seniors scored again late Special

rrr"l. .1: A 0-2. Cardenas Bleasdale PANELING
: 1-2-4
: In the fourth quarter, but their
COW; HORSE : ,-'f.-, I.... 6-4-16 Brokas 9-0-18. Totals Joy was short lived as Woods'returned ACCESSORIES VINYL FINISH SCRUBBABLE
_IJ' 22-14-60. the kick-off giving the

: HOG DOG : ..,. \.: '( ,\ ';':" LODGE #35 F. & A.M. and juniors a 16-12 once upset again victory.Billboards the, lead Putty sticks, Prefinished Moldings PANELING :

CAT )" 1- TO MEET MONDAYA Colored Nails, "Panel

'; .... of Brad- award" (for long lasting beauty 5,32,
regular meeting
'\. .
( $
: / ford Lodge No. 35 F. & A.M. Panel Adhesive 4'x8'Panels 9 7
(FORMERLY STARLINGS FARM SUPPLY) : ..,..::: '" f'"r. Is set Monday Dec.13.The .
"l'lease hold Lodge will hold Its annual Junkyards 2
: LOCATED OFF 301-NORTH your qurn- election of officers for
: lion. until I've finIMhf'd! l! 3 Patterns each
1972, according to D.E. Nettles OutlawedA
....... .......00.... Worshipful Master. .. 8'2x4

9 -- bill bannn{billboards within -
660 feet of federal aid high-
ways In Florida won approvalof
the House and Senate this Pine Studs BATHROOM
week and will become a law
CENTRAL HEAT upon signature of the Governor.
Starting Jan. 1 I. 1972, the bill BOARD /- ;
prohibits erection of billboards
m within 660 feet of the right-of- Really Beautiful 5 Patterns

H NO WAITING FOR INSTALLATION built way certain of with all restricted federal Florida\ aid areas highways, exceptIn set each 'Reg. $11.69 $ 49u

aside by the State Departmentof 1
Transportation. Sale sheet
Erection of billboards along
Installed these highways In municipalities
Completely Paint
'I must conform with city; Up Specials BLP Mobile
zoning regulations. EXTERIOR

'J' TEMPORARYHEAT erected Owners prior of illegal to July billboards 1 I. 1S71, ; Our Best Line Latex $6.99 Primed Siding
will be compensated for sev- .
Rjg. gal Now
erance damage, Including loss
DURING INSTALLATION WORK.IF of revenue in removal of this Use On Wood, Metal, Concrete 7 16" x 4' >x< 8'' Sheet
advertising. If the billboardswere Many ColorsOr
; -
erected after July I I. the 7 99
NEEDED owners will received compensation OUR BEST IN STCCK LATEX INTERIOR e

for cost of materia. Reg. $$5.63 gal Now <* QQ 7 16" X 4'II 9' SheetDOUBLE

only.The bill ccrms to the Fed- Many Colors.TT

eral Act, which Highway provides Beautification that federal $. 15% OH All Painting Accessories $8 .99

aid money will withheld from y>
states not complying with the
provision. (It Is estimated that OPEN
non-compliance would have cost *
Florida an estimated $12-15 ELECTRICAL ; 130 5 p.mWeekdays

nually.In million. In federal funds an- With Formica Top 12-2 W ''GR. '(':1'4 L It

addition to the billboard In Cabinet : '
act the Legislature also passedan 66" Long 250$21.68 4V ...
anti-Junkyard bill to comply 7 7' 30 to
FREE ESTIMATES with the federal beautification Reg. Low $129.95 4 p.m.
program. Kemovmg l : or screenIng 15% And I Saturdays
: Here is what you gel: Junkyards will mean that

80.000 BTU Carrier Furnace $13.5 Florida million can annually.receive The another two NOW $115.00 Off On All

bills assure that Florida will
Thermostat controls 695 continue to received a total of Only 3 Left First ElectricalSupplies ;
$27 million annually In Federal -
Seven air supply ducts funds. Come First ServedCloseOut

The billboard law reportedly .
One return air duct '"
about 90
will eliminate percentof '
All labor and materials such signs erected along L.S.
Completely highways in rural areas. It was .MMO 11; "
strongly opposed by motel o- .--_ _
Installed perators and other tourist-o
riented businesses who argued Jd)-

that removal of the signs ._ __.::: J Piece
would damage their business, -
a and also prevent tourist from 10% to -- -- BATH '
I receiving needed Information a-

accommodations. 15% (a'ENSEMBLE;

...MOVlES- OH On Al Ammunition' SAVE li. Jf White

In Stock 95

Air Conditioning Added .r $590 Bruce role In Davlson\Mllard"plays a the movie title ,l"P.RESEHT HIM WITH ': $139 With, TrimComplete
To Floor
that you should not see alone. .
"Willard" will be playing with : :;;
A/JimWn rAE
"The House That Dripped .
Blood" a other horror thril- ', '.. ij -
We Service All Makes PHONE ler starring ChrlstopherLee./ .. .:....t. ...,.. ..... -
It will premier Friday Saturday -
H AIR CONDITIONING. EQUIPMENT, ]I at ,the and Florida Sunday State Dec.Theatre.10-12, _BUY IT NOW I, > t IT riLL CHRISTMAS'\ a _

"Big Jake", limed on loca- ii I''
tion In Durango, Mexico, will HP JACKSON I
_ _
play Saturday and Sunday, Dec.
CONVENIENT BANK FINANCING 10 and 11, at the 301 Drive-In a .'11 ill iJH.M'p| i.yPEDDLERS'
with "Rio Lobo," another wes- 1 1y.99 "
tern starring John Wayne.
"The Seven Minutes" Is an No. 7301 now: <>:vftu:
explosive film about a banned
SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES book, a rape and a trial that 1l4,, HP SA* $29.99 'lot

tore a town apart, "Boston No. 7305
Strangler" will be THANKS FOR YOUR
'332 W. Madhpn St. Phase 964-7701 with "The Seven Minutes"showing Sun. 1'4" DRILL $1\.50\ 3 8" DRILL $12.33 AND HAVE A HAPPY HOLIDAYS SEASON.h' .

and Mon. Dec. 12 and 13, at the No. 7300 No. 7100( N. Cheery Street r

J01 Drive-In. WIDE SELECTION OF TOOLS FOR GIFTS Phene 964.6018t ,

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Lake Residents 1 Tank School Board NEW BOOKS Entry Blanks AvailableFor

Oppose Trailer Rezoning At
The LibraryADULT Scholarship Pageant

A large delegation of Hampton the plat on the grounds that FICTION added maturity; through participation -
take resident presented a it did not meet requirement Sets Review Georgina CDarcy): Event 1000, Entry blanks for the first In a community; program -
petition to the Bradford Count;)' of the A "Miss Bradford ScholarlhlpPageant"
zoning cede The board CapturedWallace Novel (UVellee); Pocock 6 Mrs. Lawson added.
be obtained from ,
Zoning Board Tuesday night decided to notify Mr. Crows- Pitt (Baker)); Cages (Covert);; the chairman may Mrs. Jim Law- "But most Important it\ will
a change ley that he will have to Copper Beeches(LewlsX Some ,
Whitehead revise tot the
requested by 1... K. his Grossbachtjoldengrove son at P. O. Box 928, Starke, provide the opportunity;
Great (
plat or supply a central one ); winner to continue .
McDonald, 43, one 964-5103 it girl who is
or by calling was
on a tract of land at the northwest water system. On (PonIcsan): The Last To .
to seek scholarship a-
Intersection of Highways of two Inmates who engineereda Overnight announced yesterday.The .
301 and 18. dramatic escape from the OlerrlckI'he; Cowboy event which Is being wards at the Miss Florida Pageant -
.w )} War
The delegation presented a Kalford State Prison In an ar- The: Journey sponsored by the Junior Wo which will aid her in
(Grove) Dream Museum
mor-plated fork lift on November ; man's Club of Starke, will be obtaining an education at the
petition with 63 signatures! opposing
( )}
Epstein Acapulco Ollrahfeld> "
the proposed change, golf 23 was arrested by FBI ; held on February 19 in the college of her choice the
A Llf (Davls)>
Meaningful Heck
from OR (Open Rural) to RM agents Sunday night In Baton ; Bradford High School auditor- chairman said.
(Renek) Night Of The White
La. Trips Requests ; To qualify, contestants must
(Mobile Home Park) for the Rouge
Bear (Knox> Wlngarden (Lee)> ium."I
tract. Malcolm J. Dunn served CmtH&u CCuG The FBI announced Mondaythat ; believe the pageant will be between the ages of 18 and
The Fly On The Wall Hlller-
28 1 1972 must be a
Shreve- Sept.
as spokesman for the group. the 43-year-old ) serve the community; well because on ;
man} Krumnagel(UsUnov) The
Zoning Board Chairman John port, La. native Is being held ; ; it focuses attention on the high school graduate by Sept;
Last Of Ellman (Nash)> Nat.
bank robbery charges In ; calibre of ladles I, 1972; and must never have
on high
Torode young
said that
property; a-
While approving an overnight trip lie, Natalie (Mosley): A Timeless "
been married.
connection with the November
who residents of
long 1.301 should be considered !- are our area
suitable for business, MEMBER-GUEST 17 hold-up of the Laurelwood for the Bradford High debating team, Place (Geld)>; Jelly (An- the chairman said. "It also Competition will be in swim .
TOURNAMENTIn branch of the First National seU); Forests Of The Night well because It suit, evening gown, and talent. ,
serves youth
acknowledging the fact of the the School Board stressed Tuesday it (Arnold} The King's '
of the zoning Bank In Memphis, Tenn. ; Daughters0laycraft provides the opportunity; for The winner will receive a $200
code requirements, and further stated that Together with Hex Meer 26 Btlll wants all such school sponsored ( >, The Patriot (Dur- young ladles who compete to scholarship, a crown, and a
spite of the rain, I believe 1d bin); Ask The Right Question The first will
Richmond Va. trophy.
of added runner-up
property; of this class shouldbe events cleared through it on an individual (Lewin)) Le Mans 24 (Petit- gain poise through pub-
considered as far as tax everyone around the battered through two prison ; lic appearances, and to gain be awarded a $100 scholarshipand
value Is concerned. Starke Golf & Country Club gates and a barrage of fire basis."I clerc} Jesus On !Horseback a trophy, and the second
had an enjoyable time last Sun- (Reese); Manhattan North (Al- e e eToday's
from prison guards In a crude"tank" runner-up will receive a $50
After discussion the chair-
they had made by weld- appreciate your bringingthis teams in regularly scheduled brand); The Detective Wore Slllc scholarship and a trophy.
advised the delegation that day.There playthings/ art to
man Mr. Whitehead had requestedthat were 35 teams of goiters ing plates of sheet metal a- to our attention Board events. Drawers (Lovesey); The Impossible lifelike/ Hint, when the little, / Mrs. Lawson urges that all
Member Charles Sawyer told The BUS debate team will tra- (O'Donnell)>
who played between shower Virgin ;
round and on top of a fork lift flirl oJto/ school there eligible young women contact
his for got
application rezon- BUS Principal Charles Francis vel to Pensacola Dec. 17-18, The Zoo Gang (Galileo)) Gtdeon's
M with II of those teams ; -
used for hoisting heavy loadsIn hat lo be some sort of daycare her for entry blanks as soon ',.'
be held for the time
ing up Sawyer said he wants the afternoon and
finishing with leaving Thursday Art (Creasey} Alexan- .
scores good enough the prison furniture factoryand center Joe her dolts/ as possible.
It decided the
being. was by to share In the prizesof made their "tank" on a board to discuss any such over- returning Saturday. Thirteen der's Feast (CSolmssenX A Perfect
board that he would have to
merchandise from the pro Saturday afternoon when the night trips involving student students and four chaperones Crime Or Two Montel-
re advertise the proposed shop. plant was closed. In school sponsored events. will make the trip, spending het), Island In The Wind (Ger-

change before any rezoning 1st place Vernon Silcox, Gyger Is still at large, and lie has heard stories cer- three nights In Pensacola. The son); Sarah (Pearson)): "Away
could be made. Richard Jocks: tain overnight trips by students board also approved expendi- Boarders" (Gallery) Pentagon -
the FBI did not announce whe- -
asked the ::
The chairman com- 2nd place Jim Watts, Don ther he was Involved in the that he would not want the ture of $312 In county; funds Country (Blair); Two Guests ( Now is the time to \
mittee If anyone present would Hill. robbery. In which more than School Board to shoulder the for the trip.In For Swedenborg (Cost)j; The cove, Windows Doors.-Porches & Breezeways
object to any type of commercial 3rd place-Ben Moxley, Char- $20,000 was stolen. responsibility for, Sawyer said. oUicr action Tuesday mornIng Last Of The Big Kite Flyers FOTwiNTER-LONtj,
operation on this property.; lie Johns. the FBI agents arrested Mc- Supt. Tom Casey said he the school board: (Chaplin)): An Afternoon Walk PROTECTION :

According to opinions expressed 4th place four way tie: Donald and a companion, Alvin knows of no school sponsored -Was told Its proposed revenue Eden)}; Stone (Wallop); ComeA if Plastic' .
,home they objected motel to a Bobby McRae, Jim Shaw,James Lee Graves, as they walked out overnight tripe that have not sale is proceeding on Long Journey (Fry)); The : I C/oar/ f lexiDle' .r
mobile park or Williams, Harold Davis, M. of a Baton Rouge apartment been brought to the schoolboard's schedule with the validation Minister For Justice (White)>; cryenl.! j j
but did not object to business
such Harrington, Charles Francis, late Sunday night. Graves Is attention. Casey add- hearing In Circuit Court here Murder At The Savoy (SJowall) \ \ l' 4 r,i
as stores.Objections shopping. centers or Ed Cole, Don Walnwrlght. being held on a federal com- ed he would like to know If set for 10 a.m. January 7. The Medicine Man (Selfert> '
grocery also heard 5th place four way tie: plaint charging violation of the any such trips took place. The board Is asking validationof Ghost Story 01111)); The Span lElfLASS! 'C c R /1001 :

concerning the were Foster Shi Smith Carl Johns, John Bradley, Bill federal firearms statutes. The superintendent pointedout $975,000 in revenue certificates ish Bridegroom (Plaldy)); The Alia. 'in 4 n wwlllae' .
trailer Lake Epperson, Tommy Williams, McDonald was armed at the that a group of six, sev- $500,000 of which are Abduction (Kumln); Step Softly
park :
and on to Harry Croon, X. M. Smith time of his capture, but offered enth, and eighth graders visited Junior/ liens. The board has On The Beaver (Harrison)); A ? + +o'r..orcceoorinforstrohgerthan
opposition expressed ,
any Six in At- -
Dave Silcox no resistance. lie was Flags Georgia limited the sale of the certificates Scent Of Lilies (Gallois); A polyethylene
further of that Wayne McLeod.
expansion fa- At 6:30: the members and serving a ten-year sentence at lanta last year, leaving In the to $500,000, however, Fragile Bark Benante); Cape II'. 'the onl/plastic' window, material. u.h.l .'
cility.; It was reported that this guests enjoyed a delicious covered the prison on a robbery charge. early hours of the morningand not wanting to go the limit Of Storms (Davis); Shot On s la f
park now has the maximum dish returning late the same of its bonding eligibility; Location (Nielsen?; Fire Ser- GUARAWTEED,, w..p Bros. C"'Ua06065. '.
number of trailers that will supper with every- While that lasted 24 FULL YEARS ,
night trip -Okayed use of the Starke man (Morris): The Scaffold mur Proneor mPlntlc.s..4924,
be allowed with permits for thing you There can Imagine goodto hours there was no over night Elementary cafeteria by a. (Kennedy); The Sixth Seal(Wesley At HardwaHLjnd Lumber Dealers Everywhere
septic tanks. Any further expansion eat. were around 135 stay Involved Casey said, and, March of Dimes group for Jan ); The Earl Holland); Assignation -
will require the Installation folks present to share in the in addition, pointed out the trip 28-30. In Algeria (Lee). I
of a central sewage delicious food and the prizes.All k11LKrl was sponsored by a group of -Okayed two budgeted amend- -
plant, according to County; San- In all I believe everyonehad parents. - - - -
ments: one adds $750 of state - ---
a real fine
itarian Jack Trawick. weekend. Asked by Chairman Rodney
funds to the budget, the other
The board voted to have the With the holiday season rapidly Hall If much of the planning for transfers $8,538 of Education

County; Attorney draw up an approaching you should a the Atlanta trip was not done Improvement Expense Funds Scotty Knows
ordinance to require anyone start making plans for you and in the schools, Casey said yes. from expendable supplies to .
requesting a building permitto your friends to attend the NewYear's Hall stated that makes the
a capital outlay so It can be
Eve dance at the Coun-
submit plans for their school "at least
pro- system a sec- spent for purchase of equip
posed building, and the utility; try Club. There will be dancing ond party; to the act." Hall
would have be showna to the music of the Jim ment.Received -oJJI
company to said he has heard a similar without commenta
copy of the permit before Strickland Combo and all of r fJ trip Is planned to Disney World position paper Issued by the
electrical service could be sup the merry making that goes later this school term. BakerCounty; School Board on
with the celebration of NewYear's.
plied. In reviewing all such trips items the board might considerfor
Gilbert Crowsley submitteda by students under school spon- the
plat of his property locatedon Thursday night Dec. 9, at 0 .. .. sorship, the school board Is legislative
the east side of U. S. 301, 7:30: p.m. ther will be a boardof ----- adhering to a policy adoptedin session.

and south of the Marks RItch directors meeting at the .;r,. 1965. The policy prohibits -Received Information on a
property; The board rejected club house. All board mem- school sponsored over night new reading program being
bers are expected to attend. trips, excepting only athletic taught In the vo-tech center
under the adult education pro
I gram. With five students enrolled -

the new program has
the potential of giving one more l
chance for some students to ".' .

:: 6 1 WbatA-me foRqy.j25eI' get back says.into school, Supt. Cagey -

: -Was told by Supt. Casey that ",
the entire school staff Is told
to make only
emergency pur- '
chases from December 1 to

/ nee February 1 to give the administrative : r' '

Big Savings On Your Gifts staff time to bring
the budget into line for the :
second half of the fiscal year.
-Was told by Supt. Casey
that an assessment Is being

LADIES made of the performance of
all annual contract teachers
with the Intention of giving
DRESSES county; level assistance to those
who need It.
Jr. And -Was requested to attend but

no date was set for a meet-
MIIe. Siz.. ing, suggested by Chairman To Get More Out Of Your Dollar '

Rodney Hall, with school admInistrators -

4 and needs.Approved on.various pro- In The Long Stretch
4s SeparateSPORTWEAR grams .
n a a request for sick t ;
1/3t01,2 leave from Mrs. Bettye; fleas

from Dec. 6 through Jan 7 ,
% ," and the appointment of Paula r{ (,.w v\

: OFF .,:,'..i- White as her substitute.
TOPS AND BOTTOMS ... :...: :,-. -Approved professional leave
.: :-," for Vo-Tech Director L. T,
On. Complete '1/3/ to ,1/2/ Big Selection' i ', ...>' :"t', ./ ',. Oglesby for Dec. 6-7 to at-

Croup 1 'hrtit\. tend the Governor's Confer-

OFFSWEATERS'e" ;. It, ence on Education In Tampa
\'. and a Nov. 18 meeting in Na-

v Sportwear ,i--:+';' ples.Accepted the resignation of

v Mrs. VIcki McKInney effectiveDec.

!1 1/3/ to 1/2 \JJw)2s. 3. She Is a BUS physical
1k ,1/\\ to : education Instructor.
0 / -Accepted the resignation of
OFF 1 Mrs. Carol F.-ess effective Dec.
y 8.
w )/. ; ; l -Approved appointment of
P, Terry Walters as substitute for
o ....... '{ 4I
oJ : H.avyAcrlieKnit ctv Mrs. Cynthia Whalen, BUS bio-
f.. !
I',,:. '. Washable CondonAst. logy Instructor wljo) was injuredIn

'.,: 1 "' PreChristmas- Style & Colors": an automobile accident.
-Was told by Supt. Casey
t 4"'' : Sale ".9, $7-98 Now only that he intends to raze the
; $S.00 three classrooms at the south Put Your Money To Work At

: .e Lots of' Items That end of *C' Building at Bradford :

: Normally Would Not Ladies All W.ath.r High with school board labor
during the Christmas FIRST
Reduced Until After
The three :
rooms must be removed -
7'y.\. Christmas Ar. Put On COATS REDUCED .. to make way for the
. Sale Now second phase of new construction
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AsksTightening I FFA'er I-j llth Arrested In Drug- OperationGreg

Willis a student at San an unemployed Gainesville
Assenza, son-in-law Da
ta Junior Lake.
Of I tc OF THE College surren- hairdresser who was arrestedat Florida Supreme Court Justicewas
dered to officers of the Bureau his home on November 24. arrested four days after AH were young people and
of Narcotics and Dangerous several days after the original federal narcotics several were college students.
agents, accompanied -
WeekHubbo Drugs! In Jacksonville last raid. Assenza Is believed to be by local sheriffs Officers making the raid con-
Lake BuildingBradford tc Thursday bringing the total of the leader of the ring and his deputies, arrested eight fiscated marijuana and other
: ; 11 arrests made In connection bond was set at $5,000 which sons In raids on two cabinson drugs haVlng a "street saje""
with a massive value of around $1.5 million.
Illegal drug was posted. the north side of Hertford
operation on Bedford Lake between The overall operation which
and other neIgh- to put in the proper sewerageand Bennett Starke and Keystone Is believed to have extended
boring counties have been liked water treatment faculties, Heights./ from this
area South Florida
by the Alachua County Commission and that these facilities would Bubba Bennett Bradford Senior Bubba has been an applicant Willis, who Is the brother Prayer for AmericansThank Involved several million-
to "tighten up" on the eventually become the propertyof Chapter secretary Is FFA In the Crop Farming Pro of another defendant in the case, dollars, according to Robert
development of lakes which the county utilities department 'ER of the week. ficiency Award for the past surrendered at the bureau office / / ''i"/', I) Soil. foi! tin i>inil,, touch the borders or lie between During his years of F.F.A., three years he has been In the after first reporting to his / ,'ili'"II.1"1, I nlnaiiH /I" ,1/',"lit II ot Iliiit fr, Alachua and another county.In As for an Individual property Bennett has been active in FFA. This year Is Bubba's lawyer In Jacksonville. Like the .,11 i/iff/ bureau In Jacksonville.
the case of large develop owner building on a county lake, parliamentary procedure, forestry 4th and senior year In the FFA. he Is with ,
Alachua others, charged con- Ttttth/ nit to I he hittnttn, "with. it/ hitman, heart' IIH1'1//
ments the Commissioners the Alachua Commissioners quartet, and has been He Is the chairman of the public spiracy and possession of ,
con- ii* ii It"H inn"it niiml I, no I nun Iinhitrthe sawed' iifhlaot P Pi
suggest the require- have said they will not allow active In the county fair and relations committee and Is trolled substances with Intentto ,, Ij i
/ ,lint" frlloa'n"/ / '" Ill ll< <""' to 'I" ml//11I /irithoHt /lit'inimill ;
ments of high-quality sewerage any" septic tanks unless tests showing beef cattle He has chapter secretary. distribute them. lie was (, 'patient lint/ not /cmA'/, stioiiii lint/ not urivinnt.I / !
treatment systems. show the soil Is properly suited attended the State FFA Convention "Bubba has been real active freed after posting $1.000 bond.A .
Letteru were sent by the Ala- for such Installations. which Is held In Daytona member of the Future Farmer'sof preliminary hearing for >I board to both the Marian mill/ her tltstmii the hmen' for the 0IJln'18HeIII/lt// '"-
chua Beach for the past 3 years. America and has the highest all defendants Is scheduled ni I,
and Bradford County Commissions Commissioner Sid Martin He has also attended the National regard and respect for the organization for December 13 before U.S. sruted.tirrp' .
asking their support Ii'\\ made the suggestion that neighboring FFA Convention which Is and it's membership Magistrate Joseph E. Hatchett! roe nliit/ no I inn uliiiiiiM/". ihftmli; the fll'I'lIt11111I'( / r
this request. counties be notified and held In Kansas City, Missouri ," says Advisor Paul Hut- In Federal District Court Jack- of nor fonnilrrH'nitert, out republic; anil, help me to /Innn .
Big Lake Santa Fe and Little asked to cooperate with Ala- In October. Bubba Is applying chins sonville.All / i.raniple' / ot/ jiwfiee, anil/ eiunlttaUtj /'/ / f,

Lake Santa and Fe Alachua both lie between chua's new policy on lakefront for the State Farmer's degree Bubba plans to continue In other defendants are also / / nlnluUsh'urqh/ / / nil work "''If,1, i|
Bradford Counties development, saying he had the highest degree conferredby some field of Agriculture after under $1.000 bonds with the '
Lake exception thi hnnrn, of /Itetnff' hnontt" its tt t/ootl :1 In" /unit tttizt'n;; /
while Orange In the south heard "through the grapevine"that the State. High School. of Thomas J. Assenza,
east section of Alachua, Is also a large development Is in Bubba and his family have a
partly In Marlon. the works for the Bradford 60 acre farm where they specialize _''lll t__ -_--- "------ --_.-- --------------------_........---------...
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announced they would "It Is extremely Important greens of all varieties.
not allow any future large developments to make It /known that we are Bubba also raises livestock. Over 7,000 SfARKES lARGEST QUAlITY
on county lakes affected He
also the commissioner received his start in the (
unless the developers agreed said. livestock business by catchinga Gifts
Hereford heifer in the 1969

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110 Month Fla. Tax Yield Scramble.per -- 'C) JEWELER

cent from last year to $16]
To $399 Million million; the state sur tax, up
51 per cent to $2.6 million
and the estate tax which showeda IS YOUR GUIDE TO FiNE
Florida's] major taxes have to $89.4 million the total from 40 per cent growth to $6.8
nuedtrouugh2October In reve this tax this year. million. wr -
of this The Insurance premium tax
year generally] marking an upswing Bradford County gas tax collections which drew $11.3 million July
from collections during rose Just slightly, goIng through October and the cor- __
tile same period last year, to $61,503: In October 1971 poration privilege tax which \ To Choose
Comptroller Fred O.(Bud)Dickinson from $60,299 In October last drew $577,309 tor the same ,
year. Clay County gas tax collections
reported this week.
period were new returns this
showed a large Increae, From ?
Continuing to bring in the fiscal and
year cannot be compared j
going to $98,025: In October
highest yield in the state sales 1971 with 1970.Decreases .
tax at $67 million In October from $55,027 In October 1970. ,
this year. This 20 per cent Union also had a large increase, were shown In the j
growth over the same month going to $18,551: from $13,466In ] occupational license tax down : ::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: OPENALL
October 1970.Motorists 39 cent from $916,625 SYou'll
last year contributed to the per for
total of $257.6 million collect have paid $5.1: million 1970 to $557,369: : for 1971, and Find A Gift For
ed, since the beginning of the In special motor fuel tax- the corporation capital stock I Every Member Of The Family DAY AT
fiscal year In July. es since the beginning of the tax lowered a slight .24 per
To Fit Your !
In Bradford County sales] tax fiscal year in July an Increase cent from $2,434,802 last year I Budget WEDNESDAY7.v7
receipts totaled $54.219] In October of 32 per cent In the state to $2,428.953 this year. I 1.G;;::::::7ff::'iiW.ol;;:: fl: Y9b: :!tddS IDWSBISIByEPRKES
1971 a substantial Increase over last year. No comparisons The Intangible personal property I .
over the$37,962 collected were reported by the ; tax Dickinson also] not-
in October 1970. Other area comptroller's office but Brad- ed, led In Increased returns I
counties also Joined in the upswing ford collected $491 In October for the first four months of I
of revenue collections. 1971, Clay County collected the fiscal year up a whopping I Deligla Her For an Extra Special
Clay County collected $134,922in $776, and Union $236. 79 per cent to $6.1 million He ,
October 1971 compared to The seventh cent of the eight- attributed the high growth to I With A
$94,948 In the same month last cent per gallon gas tax which Increased collection efforts. I ,

$$6,670Union County collected goes to the counties amounted The Intangible tax Is levied I r her Diamonds
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October 1970. 190 In Clay and Union 4325. business trusts and mutual] I Pht{)[ O\\l"--)
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Following Bradford' easy. Bradford's quick pitches done he wasn't at full speed. clock following a punt Bradford grldders face St. close In two other games. ODe
94-15 route of Ocala Format worked to perfection: for the Tight end and defensive end failed to get off. I apecteed
to be the shut-out came against in
In the Sunshine Bowl Saturday. Augustine conference outplayed us, especially the
night Head Coach David Hurt .u1t.j8rt of the gam until Charles Wright left the gam "Next year we will have all team to reckoned with In &the champion Palatka South third quarter," :said Coach INTERLACHENI
In the fourth with
quarter a but four
had nothing but praise for the Ocala shifted their defense starters back and could upcoming: season who had not lost a game or Klrtley. 'However I could see
have a real fine 6 13: 19 10 48
which the middle team said Coach Hurse also expects been tied "
opened and
tiny Tornadoes grldders who up went on to the much improvement.
knee Injury leaving the Tornadoes the Head KH 15 12 7 12
closed out the season with their to BHS trap plays.Bernard minus four starters. Tornado Live Oak and Palatka to be state play-offs where thev fell Bobby Humer led KH In that 46
sixth straight win. Brown, filling In at "The boys are all ready thinking real tough. In that order. to Washington of Pensacola 17- game with 21 points; he has hit
InLott 5-4-14 Brown
Bradford went 8-2-1 for Its Malachl Henry's: running backposition WrCht, It turned out, suffered of the statechamoruhlp."Oftenively : As of now neither Santa F. 12 In a close game. In double figures In all three Smith 3-0-6, train::: 1-5-7 113. -,
first winning season since 1968 on offensive was named a broken knee cap, which nor Macclenny Is on the Tor- "Coach Jerry Reese has don games to date.Bunnell's .
and with a few breaks could the most valuable player of the doctors believe Is an old in- nado schedule and no teams a real fine Job with the offensive bunch of tough, big Brantly 2-0-4, McCruder 6-
Totals .
have been In the state play game after scoring: three jury. Hun.. said. we need to find have been found to fill the empty this year and they have good Jumpers was simply too 2-14. 181248.tat
offs. BHS seems to have even touchdowns and Intercepting two "I'm very pleased with l the a tight end to replace Wright dates. showed a lot of Improvement much for the Indians In their
more to look forward to In passes.Henry. boys." said Hurse. ". 1 .lIdla.t and a center to replace Mc- 'The way some of the boys during the aeaaon,"aaJd Jlur... opener Friday night Coach Humer 8-5-21 Perry
'72 with all but four starters was !Injured early In week that the team which was Clellan. came through this,year simply Klrtley says. Bunnell shot a 3-4-10 Wrinkle 1-0-2 Bran
the second half while on defensive mentally ready for the game "Defensively we need an end amazes the coaching staff torrid 53 per cent from the nen 3-2-8, Turknett 1-0-2,
returning from this year's and Brown filled In would win."Well and a cornerback and we have said Hurse. "Some of them, "The defensive secondary: has floor In the second half and Crayson 113. Totals 17.12-
sound. for him. we were ready, and experienced boys at both positions. the coaches did not even think also showed alot of improve- hit 84 per cent of Its free 46.
In Saturday night's game "It was a shame MalchI got they were not. play ment this year and have really throws.
Hurse called the offensive line came withalyinggccolors com on strong" said Hur... BUNNELL
hurt" said Hurse. "This was they were a lot slower than McClellan will be missed at through
play the best this year. his type; of defensive to run a- we thought they would be and ow defensive tackle: but Gary _nd made us what we are. Bradford ended the year with STATISTICS Bunnell 22 15 20 18 75
"Farelon McClellan did real galnsU defense did a real good Job. Melvin Is expected to set right "Most of the credit goes to 24 pass Interceptions and have JacksonvUle-Rivorview KH 12 16 10 17 55
fine Job blocking as did all of "Joey Branson also did a real "But they sot two breaks and In and fill the position the boys but some of It goes three of the four starters comma Jax 11 6 11 18 46
the offensive line" said the fine Job both offensively and defensively scored two TDI." Replacing Branson at linebacker to their coaches who worked so back next year KH 91212 8-tl BunnellKing 6-0-12, Eman-
Head Tornado. before being Injured Ocala' first touchdown was may be Dennis Craw diligently and patiently with Playing In tteSunehinefowl Ja>- Walder 3-1-7, Brown uel 4-2-10 Warren 8-2-18
The Tornadoes rushed for early In the first quarter." set UD bv a 25-vard nan completion ford who has had exnerlenc: them. was a very Just reward for 7-3-17, Taylor 1-0-2 Pat Ken- Spates 4-3-11, Dudley 5-2-12
218 yards In the first half with Cray Flynn was at full speed as one of Bradford's at the position, but there are "The whole coaching: staff the boys' hard work." said nedy 5-6-16, Sclorner 204. Jenkins 4-2-10 Hill 1-0-2. To-
the majority; of It gained up the Saturday night for the first defensive sallies rotated the also several other boys who did a real fine Job working with Head Coach HUTS. "But witha Totals 181046. tale 321375.
middle against Ocala' huge time since the beginning of the wrong way. The pass gave the could get the Job done, Hurse the boys." few breaks It could have been KIIJlumer 7-0-14, Lelno 1-
defensive line which averagedmore season and was injured on the Wildcats a first down on the. said. "Coach Sexton's record the state play-off instead KK- Hurner 4-2-10, Lelno t-G. Perry 1-0-2 Wrinkle 5-
than 25 pounds per man opening kick-off. Starke one-yard line. Bradford's third game of the speaks for it's self,"said Hurse where I think we could have 0-1-1 t-O-O. Perry 2-0-4 Wrinkle 1-II. Brannon 5-2-12, Turk-
heavier than the smaller Tor- Though Flynn played off and The second TD came with season next year should tell Bradford's defense shut out made a good account of our Brannon 5-0-10, Turk- nett 2-0-4 Grayson 306. Totals
nadoes. on during the game It was ob- only seconds: remaining on the Just how good the Bradford five teams this year and came selves." nett 18541.1-0-2, Crayson 226. Totals 24755.

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I miiegrnPl1 VAWtAVW#JSWSWK SSS8 W 8 ; Ac

TA Sweelett Slrawberrle This SUe of Heaven

L !!,' I Tornadoes Power 34i5To

r- Sunshine Bowl WinTaming

the Wildcats easily, Tornado

grldders powered to a 34-15 win over

Ocala Forrest in the Sunshine Bowl Sat-

urday night in Ocala. I -m

"I'm tickled to death with Each team got across the
them" said Head Tornado
David Nurse of his players' goal once In the second half

performance after he viewed both TDs coming after each 0

films of the game Monday. BHS team had mishandled -
a punting -
ended their 1971 season withan chore.

8-2-1 record after playingand Bernard Brown was Brad. :
their first post
winning ford's top rusher with 129 yards 1
In 11 .
season bowl game years.It In 20 carries. The speedy back _
was their first bowl appearance -
repeatedly got yardage on quick
N i 'ar since 1960 and the \
pitches around either Ocala end
Tornadoes made the most of
and also ran the draw play
it- powering through a bigger r t
M Forrest team which averaged successfully.

200 pounds per man.
". ,. Receiving the opening kickoff Brown took over BUS' primary -

Bradford drove 67 yardsin running chores late In
Holding hit mouth right, may hay helped Jimmy Rtek in this cite in the seven plays with Malachi the first period after Malachi

Buhholz gamer Rick, a senior center, got 12 rebounds and 18 points to Henry going eight yards for the Henry relnjured his neck while
BHS. score with the game Just 2:49: playing defense. Brown went on
old. to score three touchdowns and

Stopping Ocala cold, the Tor- intercept two passes. His work
nadoes drove again, this time for the night won him the game's

going 47 yards In nine plays most valuable player trophy. Junior halfback Malachi Henry prove that h. can b. as hard to tackle a* he i II to catch. I
with quarterback Eddie Hazen Henry and fullback Brad Carter

sneaking over from the one. combined for a powerful the Wildcat 47. Gene Wilkinson
line the final for the
Ing yard score
Bradford Cagers Next came a 64 yard drive running game in the first two punted 37 yards for Forrestbut On the next play Jones passedto with 30 seconds left. Jones
with BernardBrown,the game's BHS touchdown drives, getting a 15 yard penalty' for a Pat Mangan who was in the
most valuable player, going good yardage behind a Tornado late hit cost the Ocala team. clear on the left side about passed to Sllvola for a two

over from six yards with 1:57: offensive line which blocked BITS prompt took off on the 10 yards deep. Mangan ran to point conversion, ending the
gone in the second period for better than it has all season. ground carried to the BHS one yard line before game 3415.It .
the first of his three touch "I was really proud of them" the Wildcat 25 on a 20 yard- Bernard Brown kicked him out was Bradford High's first
Bump Buchholz downs. Brown added another Coach Nurse said of guards er off a pltchout around his of bounds. From there Handy bowl game since 1960, when
eight yard score less than four Dennis Crawford. Gary Melvin, right end with tackle Vernon Williams carried for the ID they lost 14-13 to Bolles of
minutes later capping a 68 yard and Joey Branson; tackles Ran- Barber giving a big block down- with eight seconds left In the Jacksonville In Bradford's now
drive. dv Gasklns and Vernon Bar- field. Henry then hit up the first period. Jones kicked the defunct Strawberry Bowl.

extra point and the score was It also ends Bradford's first
57-37 In BitS 13.7.Coming. winning season In three years
OpenerJimmy right back Brown since 1968 when that Tornado

took a quick pitch around his team was 7-3. Finishing 4-6
left end with big Barber block- In 1969 and 3-6-1 in 1970 the

Ing the defensive halfback and Tornadoes went through their
went 54 yards to the Ocala only two losing seasons In the
the only 'Cat who knew how In the .final. minutes of olav. s. past over ten years.
Ricks tallied points 10 yard line, the longest run
and newcomer Bernard Williams to shoot as the senior scoredall Bradford's second stringers k of the night. Four plays laterhe An unknown quantity three
of the Bobcats first quar- In with the Bobcats only]
added another 12 In l lifting came scored on the same play
the Tornado cagers to an ter points. outscoring the substitutes 5.4 from six yards out. months ago, the 1971 team came
57-37 win Tuesday night In the second quarter, the as Bradford rolled over Buch on to Improve greatly over the
easy over the host Buchholz Bobcats shooting of both teams Improved holz for a 57-37 final. On their next series the Tor- last half of the season.
'In the opening game "of as Bradford slowly ended Tomorrow night Tornado ca- nadoes stormed 68 yards in six They played touch St. Augustine -
the season for both teams. it's lead to six at the half, gers host St. Augustine, then plays for their fourth touch- to a 0-0 standstill earlyIn

Ricks hit a hot 67 per cent 2216.In Saturday they travel to Santa down with half the second per- the season, then went downto
of his shots from the floor the second half both teams Fe. Next Tuesday, Dec. 14, iod still to go. From the HIIS) Live Oak and Holies. But
for seven baskets and added came out cold. Bradford could the cagers go to Green Cove. 32 Carter got six yards over they came back to beat conference -
another four from the charity manage but one basket and The final game before Christmas right tackle then Brown got champion I'alatka 7-
Buchholz three during the first will be at w"yi'I I 0 In whale of defensive
; line to become the night'sleading holdlays begin 13 yards by turning up the right a a
scorer with 18 points. three minutes of the third quarter home against North Marlon, a side and a first down at the effort and finished the season
Ricks was also the numbertwo as the Bobcats closed the new school Friday, Dec. 17. Ocala 49.Hazen with six straight wins.

man on the boards for gap to three, 24-21. STATISTICS then passed II yardsto Against the two toughest

Bradford with 12 rebounds and With Buchholz slowly shootIng closing Bradford 10 22 40 57 57 his wideout, Testone, over teams In (lie I Florida star Con-
three assists. the gap, Bradford's Buchholz 5 16 25 37 37 I the left side then got 29 more ference, the Tornadoes played
Abe Williams led the Tornadoes finally began to pick up f, j yards on the same play to well enough to win the league,
with Bernard Williams sinking fi
In rebounding with 13 BUS- Ricks 7-3-18, Williams lestone on the right side. championship. Hut they let down
rebounds and five assists. three straight baskets At the and end Abe of 4-1-9; Davis 1-0-2, Newsome From the nine yard line Brown against both Holies and live
Williams *
two. *
Bernard Williams hit on six 5-0-10, Williams 6-0-11, Henry got one yard on a quick pitchto Oak. They should have won at
Bradford held
of his eight shots from the the quarter, a 2-2-6 Total 25-14-57. the left,, then on the same least one of those games: had
floor for an even hotter 75 comfortable 15 point lead, 40- Fullback Brad Carter pick up five yard the hard way. play to the right side scored they, HIIS probably would have

per cent shooting average and 25.The BuchholzHeron 2-3-7, Collins from eight yards out. won the conference title.

to be the number two scorerof much like final the period final of part play of was the 1-0-2, Yarlett 1-0-2, Ad. Taking a 27-7 halftime lead bar tight end Charles Wright, middle for six yards and over Bradford grldders had then
the night with 12 points. Into the dressing room the scored (lie first four times
third period but this time It ricks 2-0-4, Tony Bost 1-0- and center Farelon McClellanAn right guard for seven. Carter
It was the defense that shined ,Ricks who hot 2, Ed Jackson 3-1-7 Danny: Tornadoes were never threat insight of things to come got six yards over right tackle they handled] the football on STA11STICSBUS
was Jimmy got ,
for Bradford In the early goIng sinking! five straight baskets Klnzer 1-0-2 John Evans 1- ened. was given the sparse crowd ] to the six yard line and drives of 67, 47, 64. and 68 forrest
as It forced the Bobcatsto 2-4 Cooper -01-1 Ocala got on the Scoreboardat that time wldeout i 16 7
while Buchholz could Doug Hugh which braved the rainy night Henry pushed to Die four. Gras Flynn First i Downs
resort to slow-down ball but one free throw against the Harris 1-1-3 Hal Ingman 1-1- the end of the first period when Malachi Henry went five and guard Joey Yds Rushing 264 75
control game Bradford's offense Tornado 3. Total 14-9-37. when the wet football slipped yards Ocala's middle on the On third down Carter was Branson were sidelined with a Yds Passing 70 53
tough up
having It own trouble Bradford's Steve sprained ankle, and Henry was 3-16-4
was through first play from scrimmage. stopped with less than a yard. PC-PA-I'l 7-I 7-I
hitting the basket In the Strickland's hands as he trlec Carter, running his off tack- But on fourth down Henry put on the bench with a head In- Ida Pen'l 15 40

early going. to handle a punt. The break les series, slipped down his his head down and got two big Jury. fumbles lost I 1
Willie Newsome who came KH gave Forrest the ball at the first but bulled his yards and a big first down Ocala managed to score again Punts 3-31 531.4
try, way
from last year's JV squad StrugglingFor BHS In the final minute of the
up 40.Wildcat. six yards the second try for a just outside the Ocala one yard
also scored In double figures signal caller Greg big first down at the BITS 45. line. From there Hazen sneaked game when Steve Strickland was
for Bradford and was the number Jones stayed In the air despite From there Henry broke a- over. A two point conversiontry unable to handle a high snapon Score by Quarters:
three of the night that fell a punt attempt. he was
scorer the wet drizzle failed as Melvin passed
round his left end for 23 yards
with 10 points. Newsome kept First WinAfter almost the entire game. He before Ocala's Jeff Becklundgot complete to Henry, but the run- tackled at the BHS 13. BIIS 13 14 0 7 34
the Tornadoes going In the early missed on his first three tries, him at the Forrest 30. Thenon ning back was tackled beforehe Randy \Mlllams carried four Forrest 7 0 0 II ISy
part of the game scoringsix but connected on two passes his first pass of the night got into the end zone. straight times for Ocala, go-
of Bradford's 10 first quarter for 15 and 24 yards before big Eddie Hazen threw BITS again stopped the Wild-
points and pushing the Tornadoes leading Jacksonville the season, 4641. Randy Williams powered over cats dive yard short of a first
their first Into the right flat to wldeout
Still In search of
10-5 first Rivervlew for two periods the the Oca-
to a quarter from one yard line. down and Wilkinson punted to
Testone who 17
the Indian will host Wayne ran yardsto
win cagers
lead. Keystone Heights basketball la's first touchdown came with Steve Strickland at the Tornado -
The Bobcats were also cold team went cold in the fourth Cedar Key in Keystone tomorrow eight seconds left In the first The the Wildcats Ocala 13.were nailed with 40 yard line. Strickland lost ) ; AS SrtUU; : Aitff.W
shooting from the floor and quarter Tuesday night and lost night for three games, period. Jones booted the point the wet pigskin and Ocala re-
Bob Heron their third of girls Junior varsity; and var an offslde penalty; which pushedthe
it seemed that was game after to bring Ocala within IS.I"'te covered.
ball line
to the eight yard
sity.The; 7. closest they came all misted three
QB on
before took It
varsity; was dumped 75- Henry over, using
55 by a tough Bunnell team his blockers to good advantagethen straight passes. On fourth down
dull second half followed chased Tornado IT'S HERE!
he was deep by J'What
in Its opener last Friday, then powering over for the c
with BHS losing Interest and linemen and simply threw
blew an eight point halftime\ Ocala Forrest still unable to score. In the air In desperation this needs. *
,.:MUS Are lead Saturday and were edged Gary Melvin kicked the first the ball up country
move the football. The Tornadoes But Ward Sllvola was
: 48-46 Interlachen. of four straight extra pointsfor
"Tb Competition Makm" ', Making a strong bid for a gained 264 yards on the a 7-0 BUS lead. right under the ball when It -
ground, more than 200 of that down and Ocala had a
Forrest cold In three came
win in Jacksonville Stopping
Tuesday ,
coming in the first half first down at the BUS 25 yard A GOOD S5
Keystone stayed within two plays BITS took over again at
1972 VALUE LEADERS points of Rivervlew, 9-11, in

the first period, then outscoredthe DRESS SHIRTby
1972 Jax team 12-6 in the second

1972 ARA CONCORD period Jake a 21-17 halftime Golden 23 Points Push

The game was still tight in .J

$4995 5300 the taking third a period slim 12-11 with edge Keystone for Reds To 47-42 Win r
60 Dod0D0Mw
I 65x12 x that period. But then the Indians Baby

Thrtt bedrooms,one full Two bedrooms front living lost their magic, let Riv
" both, one half both,carpet room, delu.e appliances, ervlew outscore them 18-8 in
name brand appliances orange & gold interior, the fourth period and wound
deluxe ;inttoor.Compart carpet throughout. Compare up with their third straight Alphonso Golden scored 23 Tornadoes a 21-21 halftlme tie. line sinking 10 of 16 for a ..... .
to hornet telling to hom..IIng, for points on ten basket and three In the second half, neither 63 per cent shooting average. ..l I'v MroSMM 0 Mint f>0fl..|.ftleH ftMis -
for$3691. 5995. loss.Difference In the game was free throws as the error prone team could sink a basket for The Tornadoes could manage *Dude. th.m..l ....* '
free throws however with Riv Baby Tornadoes edged past the the first three minutes. Not but 11 of 27 for a cold 41 (._-*.*>.*...*.*M.V ....
LOT LOCATIONS AVAHABU TO OUI CUSTOMERS ervlew getting 27 chances from Buchholz Bobcats 47.42 In both until Cornelius! Bright scored per cent average, .-.*.*....,.lltv. ..Ith MI.._Ifl

LIGHTED XOMES FOR AFTER DARK SHOPPING the charity; line to 10 for Key- team's opening basketball game his first point of the game, -GL. ..
of the season. a free throw, was the tie bro- STATISTICSBHS ../N. _.. )I' INNI
stone. Both teams had 18 field
.... -.......I.NM
iville' goals. Rivervlew sank 10 of 27 Tuesday fight Golden seemedto ken. The Tornadoes Jumped In W. I....'..e ....,..... 1
Oen free throws and KH 5 of 10. be the only bright spot on tthe lead never to relin 5 16 10 16 47 .N4 1..II.. ...... 'IN ."i.hi 5II.A
DISCOUNTMebileHeme Mustll "Both teams shot poorly from the entire Tornado team .s the It, Buc. 9 11 7 14 42 .. .*MU4*_M...* .!..
lanky sophomore scored over Golden added another pointsIn JfjsM Pink, .....G.w
the floor said KH Coach
., .....
half of the Tornado basket the second half and Cornelius BHSBright 2-1-5, Blalock r.NIN Nor Ie
MOBILE : dle Kirtley. Rivervlew had KH 11.1..1..1.-.1.N, '
S.Inl.f HOf ES outslzed with two boys at 64. and kept the struggling! baby Bright hit for another six 0-0-0 Golden 10-3-23, Sewell N__eolStump's,

lew.Menthl', P.,ment. Mike Wrinkle is KH's tallest cagers In the game during the as the Tornadoes went on to 2-5-9, White 4-2-10. Totals 18-
4$70N.W.13thU/IN.nk1\ a" .""LLf 171.UU player at 63. early going. outscore the host Bobcats 26- 11-47.
KH came back In the fourth The Baby Bobcats Jumped out 21 In the final half for their

"HOMI OF INSTANT SERVICE" period to take a 13-10 edge, to an early 9-5 first quarter first win of the season BuchholzPrItchett 3-2-8,
lead as the Tornadoes kept Mike Myrick led the host Whittle 1-0-2, Babbit 0-1-1,
We Include, ,metal frame but was not able to overcome
blocks with, bate black,s.t.up.nd, Mwer and water' |Jinn, the cold eight minute., the effort to throwing the ball away. Bobcats with' five baskets and Welngart 0-1-1, Boston 3-1-7, ,
I mtln., delvererf up la 200 falling two points shy. Midway. through the second half three free throws for 13 points.( Myrick 5-3-13, Gllmore 317 -
"In the second half they just f ten exploded for seven The Bobcats outshot the Baby Johnson 113. Totals 16- o. In

IC.. D... et ..Ight points to give the Baby Tornadoes from the charity 19-42.

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In The Circuit Court For under whichI
Bradford MARKET
By Karen Supsky IN TIE COUNTY JUDGE'S ing to be the Last Will of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MEAT In business at
County COURT I IN AND: FOR BRADFORD Alice II. McIntosh deceased REGISTER FICTITIOUS" NAME am engaged
WHERE'S VOl'R CHRISTMAS\ for physical education equipment The School Board of Bradford : has been 731 N. Lake St. Starke Flor
at Southslde Baptist Church in COUNTY FLORIDA admitted to probatein Notice Is hereby given undersigned -
SPIRIT at the school. The mon- Greenville. After services they County Florida. Plaintiff -v- this Court. You are hereby under the provisions of ida.Charles
Try putting It on your house' ey will be allotted to the faculty were guests at a reception given State of Florida and the Taxpayers IN PROBATE commanded within six cal- E, Blalock 523 Eu-
and front lawn this year. for teacher's aides and in their honor. Property owner and In Re: The Estate of AARON endar months from the date Ida. clid Street Starke Bradford
have the to decorate Citizen of the County: of Bradford HARRIS County Florida.
If you urge Instructional material. HOLLEY Deceased. of the first publication of this with the Clerk of the Circuit
your home as you nev- The Hampton Elementary Including non-resident notice to In Dated this 29th day of Dec-
NOTIC TO CREDITORSAll appear this Court Court In and for Bradford
er have before now Is the time PTA now has a total of 76 owning property or subject to creditors of Aaron Harris and show cause If any you' Florida proof of ember A.D. 1971 at Starke f

County upon
to start. Baker's Grocery and paid up members reported On Thursday the group en- taxation therein et al., Defen- Holley, who died on Octo- can, why the action of this publication of this notice the Bradford County Florida. !

Bruno's Grocery are sponsorIng Mrs. Register Membership Joyed Chapel services a parade dants. ber 9, 1971. while a residentof Court In admitting said \Will
a home decorating contest Chairman. Mrs. Register accredited a turkey bowl a Thanksgiving ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Bradford County, Floridaare to probate should not stand fictitious name BI.ALOCK'S 12/4 4t 12/23 I
for the residents of the cly'of Mrs. Earselene Zim- To the State of Florida notified that unrevoked,
banquet with the day they are required -
Hampton. merman's sixth-grade with through the State Attorney for - -
to file claims Theron A. lawn - -- -
Prizes will be 'awarded for having the highest percentage coming to a grand finale BobJones witha the Eighth Judicial Circuit of demands that they any may have or County Judge In and For Brad- -

the two best decorated homes. represented. presentation by the said State the several property against his Estate In the Office ford County, Florida
Judging will take place Thurs- During each PTA meeting a "Classic Players" giving a owners taxpayers and citi- of the County Judge of Bradford Hyi /Dolores Dampier Holiday

day evening Dec. 23, beginningat count Is token of parents representing rendition of Shakespeare's "A zens of Bradford County Florida Count. Florida In the Clerk

7:30. p. m. each grade. The a- Comedy of Errors". Including non-residents Courthouse at Starke Florida Eugene F. Shaw Candles'
mount of $5 la awarded to the Friday was taken up with owning property or subjectto within six calendar months from 142 West Call Street
PTA NEWS class having the most parentsIn taxation therein and all Starke Florida
the going to classes the date of the first publication ,
TheJampton\ ElementaryPTA attendance at the meeting. others having or claiming any
of this Notice. Each claimor Attorney for Executrix And
going out to witness and set-
met Tuesday night, Nov. A three-way tie resulted from right, title or Interest In pro- 11/18 4t 12/9
30. In the school library with last week's get-together, between ting off the day with a party perty to be affected by the demand must be In writingand

Vernon Parmontor President, the Kindergarten First, In the snack shop. Issuance of the subordinate cer- filed In duplicate and FlowerArrange\ +
presiding.Mrs. and Third grades. Saturday they went to the tificates of Indebtedness SerIes must state the place of residence NOTICE OF INTENTION:: TO
Royce Joyner treasurer student body program and were 1971 by the School Boardof and post-office addressof REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME
reported that a profit of THREE YOUTH GROUP MENU entertained by songs chews, Bradford County Florida the claimant and be swornto :Notice'Is: hereby given that
$637.54 had been realized from BERS HONORED GUESTS: and the gymnastics team. hereinafter more particularly by the claimant, his agentor the undersigned under the pro-
the October Halloween\ Car- Phyllis Griffin Mike Hender While there they were able to described or to be affectedIn vision of 20.953 Laws of Florida -
visit with Debbie his attorney or It will become ments
nival. son, and Arbutus Pearsall Hicks a sophomore any way thereby: void to Acts of 1941 will regis-
Principal Leonard Register three members of the First and were entertainedby You and each of you are Dated November according 24 law. ter with the ClerK of the Cir
thanked the Chairmen Mrs. Baptist Church of Hampton watching her perform as a hereby required to appear on R.A. Jr. 1971. cuit Court In and for Bradford -
Anne Smith and Mrs. Harold cheerleader.All the 7th day of January 1972 Green
spent Thanksgiving holidaysat County Florida upon proofof
Executor of Estate Aaron
Waters In particular and everyone Bob Jones University In three had a wonderful at 10:00: o'clock A. M, before Harris the of publication of this noticeof Give A Gift Of Candles -
else who devoted time Greenville S. C. time and loved the campus. the Circuit Court of Bradford' Volley the fictitious name of Bradford -

and effort to making the car- The trio went to Jacksonville Mike plans to enter the Institute County Florida at the Court- HESTER AND l IfEADLF-Y Publishers under which For Christmas

nival such a success. Tuesday night, Nov. 23, with for Christian Service house In Starke Florida and 2010 Smith Street I am engaged In business at
A Duncan and Bob and there next September and prepare show cause why the
special guest Jimmy Rev. Mrs. Gray prayer Florida 32073 Starke, Fla.William .
Orange Park
was Introaucea oy Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green. The to be a minister. PhyllisIs of the Complaint filed In the J. Averbuch (sole
Register. Mr. Duncan came group stayed the night In Jack- also making plans to enter above entitled proceeding First Attorneys publication for December owner), P.O. Box 188, orStarke CUSTOM MADE CANDLES
from Melrose I Park Elementary sonville and while there were there next September where should not be granted and the on Motor Court. Starke Fla. ARRANGEMENTSFOR
School In Lake City wherehe guests of three local church she is hoping to get Into the certificates therein describedand 21971.12/2 4 112/23. Dated this 29th day of November PERMANENT FLORAL

Is In charge of the physical members: Phyllis the guest of field of education.The the proceedings authorizing A. D. 1971 at Starke EVERY OCCASION
education program. He Debbie MIntz, Mike the guest group's holiday came to the Issuance thereof valid- Bradford County Florida
showed the film "Tune In To of Randy Hensley, and Arbutus an end Saturday with their return ated and confirmed said certificates 12/2 4tp 12/23
Fitness." which demonstratedthe the guest of Sandra Hut- to Jacksonville whereupon consisting of Five Hun In The County Judge's CourtOf
excellent physical education chtnson. They left Jacksonville'by they were met by Mr. and dred Thousand Dollars ($500- Bradford County Florida. CAROUSELCandle
equipment in use at his school.It bus early Wednesday morn- Mrs. Wesley Griffin parents 000)) Subordinate Certificates In Probate *- LEGAL NOTICEI
was pointed out that a good Ing with the "Ambassadors ForChrist" of Phyllis and returned to of Indebtedness Series 1971 of In Re: Estate of Alice II. Shop
physical education Is Hampton. The School Board of Bradford McIntosh Deceased.
program youth group of Trinity .NOTICE OF. PROBATETo will not be responsible for
a challenge promoting self con- Baptist Church Jacksonville County Florida dated Septem- any debts made by anyone oilier
fidence and good coordination under direction of Rev. Ron ber 1, 1971 maturing serially All Persons InterestedIn than myself. Paul Crlffis 11/2? U.S. 301 3 1/2 Miles North Of Starke
which In turn are conductive Rellly. on September 1 In the years The Estate Of Said Decedent 2
My Neighbors tp. 12/12.
to better studying habits and The group arrived at Bob 1973 to 1994, bearing Interest : JWL
scholastic achievement.The Jones University Just In time payable seml-annually at such You are hereby notified thata
PTA voted to appropriatethe for dinner Wednesday night and rate or rates not exceedingthe written instrument purport-
sum of $300 to be used later attended prayer meeting ir'I, I maximum rate allowable by

law, a more particular des-
cription of said certificates being -
\\9 y'YR rw II IIef contained In the Complaint

.. I filed In these proceedings.This .
Order to Show Cause STARKE'SLOWEST'
TAKE HOMEA shall be published In the man-

ner required by Section 75.06
Florida Statutes In Bradford

ROAST HOLIDAYTURKEY =-- County Telegraph a newspaperof
C' general circulation In the FOOD
County of Bradford publishedin
'.. Starke Florida. '
"Someday, ion, all thin DONE AND ORDERED at FOOD FAIR
Starke Bradford County Florida OWLt11Y '
will be
'oure-If you work this 3rd day of December 320 s. WALNUT ST.GSADIO .
for the government ." 1971. SUPERMARKETS

Relax! With no work, no Judge of the Circuit U.S. CHOICE
fuss. can c" V. S.
you a
When! the! friend who owe Court for Brad-
Graded Prime lender, top.
postcards that heU ford County Florida
M you money
turkey done to
quality a !
having wonderful lime on 12/9 3t 12/23
( LI a
turn al Lyntan Green'swith HEAPING
plenty of delicious sonic tropic brain, you appreciate CENTER CUT FROZEN

glblel for the gravy entire and'family.dieting, I r Ing It! ,his air'delicacy n'II'j\ ;!, nof.xend"r -,, In The'Circuit Courtf For Bradford SIRLOIN FULL i iI GROUNDOR

County Florida STRAWBERRY
1; The School Board of Bradford OR BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND j

tiffvs'County- State Florida of Florida Plain-and* I j SHORTCAKE BEEF

In The County Judge's CourtOf the Taxpayers Property owners STEAKS Ij TENDER

Bradford County Florida.In and Citizens of the County

Probate Re: Estate tin of Alice H. residents of Bradford owning Including property non-or I: 2 LB ,' a LBS rrflrpra

McIntosh, Deceased. subject to taxation therein, et $119 .9C OVER iPWPRiCrf LB
NOTICE: TO CREDITORSAll al.. Defendants. !; SIZE
creditors of the Estateof ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETo
Alice II. Mclntosh deceased the State of Florida throughthe
are hereby notified and required State m
Attorney for Eighth
to file any claims or
Judicial YN
11.12 LB. TURKEY 22.24 LB. TURKEY demands which they may have Circuit of said State, 111 FREEZER yW? 101 111 SOf
against said estate in the Office the several property owners SLICED 1/4 SMOKED STEW CHUCK

pre-ooked weight with 2 taxpayers and..citizens of Bradford QUEEN
pre ooked weight with 1 of the County Judge .of PORK LOINCHOPS H SLAB
ql. giblet gravy and 10.12 qta. IbId gravy and 2024aervtngi Bradford County Florida In County) Florida*, including DINNERS STEAK:
servings of dressing of dressing the Courthouse at Starke Florida non-residents owning property BACON

$12.95 $22.95 within calendar months or subject to taxation therein _
from the date of the first pub- and all others having or claim- 6 98 4 TO _
lication of this notice. Each ing any, right, title or Interestin 10 l S ,
ALSO DELICIOUS SMOKED TURKEYS claim or demand must be In property to be affected by
the !Issuance of the Certificatesof 1 I
writing and must state the placeof 17oi
residence and post office Indebtedness Series 1971 I KERNEL WHOLE OR
LYMAN GREEN'SBARBQ address of the claimant and by the School Board Bradford I6.Soi CREAM STYLI

must be sworn to by the claimant County Florida hereinafter
his agent or his attorney more particularly described COFFEECORK::: OR
or to be affected in
or It will become void accord- any way I
Ing to law. thereby:
M All GftEIN16oi
You and each of
Belle Priest, Executrix of hereby required to you are i rw....l...,..".owenr I I CANS
the Estate of Alice H. McIntosh appear on -nu...w.wu. .". rrl.".'awn. ...... I '
the 7th day of January / i C
323 deceased CALL .,. _.
N. TEMPLE (U.S. 301)) STARKE %qI..Iwl.ll"ilt._ IM.i111s'IS, LB
at 10:00: o'clock A. M. before : I II
Eugene F. Shaw ... .,
\"NOW: + u.rlY *IM*um m n ra 1 nrrrrr' 59 1 ROSEDALE
the Circuit Court of Bradford
142 West Call Street 6/$1
Main St., Lake Butler, Ph 496.9411 Starke Florida for Executrix Bounty Florida at the Court- 1... :=::.a.. 384-7511 BAG'lrrrltrr, BRAND
11/18 4t 12/9 house show cause in Starke why Florida the prayerof and .-,. o,..) ""_III i i

above the Complaint entitled filed in the mxroAr LOW WCEI i IVHYDAY/ LOW MICE IINUYDAY LOW men .
should not be granted and the ii/ Sod :a 1 1 I e D----------1r.----------1 11 1j I

the proceedings authoriz- j Horn & Hardarlf:
I 1
ing the Issuance thereof, validated YUBAN
consisting of Four LAUNDRY DITIRGINT3l 1,000 ISLAND 160. 1 I I' 1
Hundred Sever i DRESSINGS 1 1 FRE EZE.DRIED 1

BEGIN sand Dollars ($475,000)) Certificates 1 1 .WIN..IN/1 CO..ON./rN1,1.. 1 1 WHIN MNWr.N JAR AT PAN1,1. I
o.o 1 ... .
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of Indebtedness Series ,... ..., Il 0. nm..N.u 1
1==-1___ 1 / 111111 IIMII.I.OYION
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1971 of The School Board .J
DECEMBER 13 1971 AT 7:00 P.M. of ------- -
Bradford County Florida dated COMPARE! :..:::,1 I
September 1 1. 1971 maturing ; i
NO. 1
serially on September 1 In the ; '''' "" / i ;
AT THE Green Giant Corn c' ';, :,Y.., ..:; 4/l/
1996 to 2000 bearing Interest
years -
Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical CenterM payable seml-annually American Beauty Hominy '"a.::'2/25c/ : ANANASU.S.H I T E
at such rate or rate not ex-
ceeding the maximum rate allowable Cut Green Beans tr.r.3: :: 4/l/ P OT A
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by law. a more particular Rosedale Limas I..".., 6/l/ I. Jrurslr
Adult Class \ ,urrutr' I
Offerings description of said cer- :: ,
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tificates being contained in the Mushrooms /01 ........ ....... 3/89/ 1 IMNII 10
Adult Dada Education-------------------------------*1on. a Wed. I
American H let cry-____________________________...__-Men. a Wed. Complaint filed in these pro- Pork & Beans '?:srr:: 2123(1/ ( I ...; I : 9 C : 45 <';
A..toan1. 1'.. Cosaunf..--_____-_________________-Tuea.Tuea.. ceedings. +' "'
Enclla -___-______________________________________- a Thura. This Order to Show Cause Chocolate Jumbo Pies ...0..1t 3/51/ : s;. LB I LB BULK
High School Pe 'le. (Revla* of aouraea for OED TeataMon. i Wedr shall be published In the man- ..
Math Batloi__-_---_______________-_______--_-_-"on. t Wed. ner required by Section 75.06 OVER 7,000 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES I I
Fsychology-------------_____________________________Thurs.Sot Florida Statutes in Bradford GOOD 7 DAYS A WEEK. BONUS I COO.TIAND | "I5H JUICY FIOHIDA ,
.ne.--____-____________-____..____.._______-_-__To be arrangedYoeational County Telegraph a newspaperof UYS GOOD THRU DEC. 13,1971. 'APPLES 4 L' 39 '
.. ..... uo 0RANGES IACN
general circulation in the QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I I .. 3
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County of Bradford publishedIn I imroA> low mat f inrnr tow men ONUS SUFIa nTTiu.iiiifcuaJ.

Automotive Me.hanleaBookJieoplnt __-_.__._._-___-_______--_- .Tuea. Starke Florida.
-.-_-____----_--__--_-. a Wed.D1e.ll DOXE: : AND ORDERED at FANCY RIO r
M.ehanlaw.---__________--Mon. a Wed.' Starke, Bradford County Florida PURE PORKSAUSAGE Hard Ripe
Adult a..ding------------____--______--__- .. t lJ e8.. this 3rd day of December. t JOLEOmirijr 'TOMATOIS1U295.'
Radio a TeleviaIon A.pa1r-----------------------
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largest volume at the 775 Middle
season to date was handled at CNIAOPAACTIC cM1rA P, School students were eligible
the Lawtey pecan auction lastThursday 1 uiu a for a treat due to their good

DRIVEINShow \ when 21.969 pounds ......-- behavior and the number ofprlnclpal'a
sold at of -: honor potato they
werje an
Begins At Sundown S5C pound._ Prices farmed from \\i 11& 0 I I "', had earned laat nine weeks.
Initiated this year to promote
a low of 22tf to a high( of 44JaVs Jf I G G.I "positive" discipline the honor e

I rRL, SAT. Recel btaled 7.w for the sales 1.1 JJ u"1 .Jm \point! system has a total of

e5r "be heM this week 34 points which students can a eI I..
John Wayne (Dec. 9) with the anal auction shoot for or one) per class I i'C lnfl 6ut'ef.u ta *iChinc
Richard set for Thursday./ Dec. 16. for ...... ....1'' 1.:0;.. per week In a nine weeks grading -
Boone"Big period. The extent of the
; the season clean-up, Ow.n C.nt.r In Jock ton vlll. treat they get depends on the
Average prices on) the leading .
varieties last we*were:Curtis HereDr. number of points earned.A
Office PIzza for
Chiropractic Opened trip to Shakey's
38j( Mixed 32 l/2; Randall of ptxxa -
28 1/2' an
Seedlings 33
; chicken salads $
Deemons potatoes
warts 379, .and Van Ronald E. Dopson, a native In Florida. During (Ms time Mae young man. He has great and, drinks was the reward for I 1t
34(1.( of Jacksonville announces he received honorary awards compassion for people, and the the student earning the most
the opening of chiropractic offices for his assistance In athletics.Dr. residents of Bradford County; honor points 46-54. a
e at the corner of Call and Dopeon has served the are fortunate to have Mm and The second: highest group
Th. Department of Agriculture Court streets (across from old Florida Air National Guard and Ms services: In their midst"Dr.Dobeos 38 to 45 points, saw a movie s
estimate! that It coats courthourse) when complete Is a member of the Board of "Lost Continent" as their
Jake" $800 less to feed! a girl than a renovation has taken place.Dr. Directors of Big Brothers of .Is engaged to Miss treat plus had potato chips fora
boy up to the age of 18. One Dopson graduated from America organization In Jack- snack. The highest group also
A QNCMA CENTER ELMS P/ S NWON reason Is that, for the last Andrew Jackson High School sonville.Dr. Jana Coulter itJ with the wedding had the movie and snack.
date set for
tta... +cananwwMya,.1Qc( ] >> couple of years, the boy is after which he was associated Dopeon chose to further coming spring. Finally the third group had a
A...'OI/It GNlIII\lI'lC'' (,tS XUA paying (for the girl's pizzas with a Jacksonville banking his education and gain practical potato chip and (Kool-ald partyas t t tI
firm lie later entered the Pal- experience by associating with When asked why he chose their reward. Students who
PLUS mer College of Chiropractic In both the Owen Chiropractic CU- Starke for Ms office location. earned less than 31 pOints and
Davenport. Iowa,completing six nic and the G.T. Owen Chiropractic Dr. Dooeoo said. "I had several weren't eligible for any treat
GIVE'EM HELLJOHrfc FLORIDATHEATRE years of study Upon graduation and Research Center In other locations availableto were In supervised study I
he returned to Duval County; Jacksonville. Upon termination me, but I was Impressed hall while the other students I I I
where he was an Instructor at of this association Dr. Owen by the warmth and friendlinessof got their rewards. .
Bishop Kenny High School while said, "Dr. Dopson -Is' an extremely the people here -- and that .
obtaining a license to practice dedicated and Indus- was It." Friday/ BMS held Its third
session of "It's Academic."
Student participants were David -
Showtlme-Weekdays 7:0( HENRY FRANKLIN Lovelace Jimmy Lane
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 MAKES HONOR ROLL Liz Barber. 8b; Sylvia Pitt- Crystdt Gi >eqrls
CommunityBjr .AT CUT BERT, COLLEGE man, Chuck Register Kenny
FRI. SAT., SUN.Where Henry Franklin, son of Mr. Rodrlgue 6b Randy Corbin, and Dozens of other Bargains
and Mn. Robert Franklin of Franklin Bell Mike Nettles
,. Lawtey earned a place on) the 7b; Marie Perry Erie Biggs,
Honor hole; at Andrew College James Starling 7a;Craig Starling OUR I ENTIRE STOCK 1 1t MUST rBE
Cuthbert, Georgia, for the fall Andy Kenneth McKinney
JOHN Crews -
WAYNEA / quarter 1971. SOLD t IMMEDIATELY 1 PWntMiMcMigi .
8a; and Elaine:;
Howard Hawks Production This academic honor Is bestowed Cindy Canova, John Cooper Hundred*el Other WlltHOIB

Bjr.. S IJ3betii Hyena; Walker upon those students who Bas [ '; : __________
"RIO' LOBO"Technicolor were enrolled In ]
at least 13: Team 7a won the contest with 1.S. TIL
DELL CHAPTER OES quarters hours and who earneda a total of 780 points. Team 6b T, ftlievaf< CHRIStMAS
[[GJ l ; ; average 013.00
y Dell Chapter 168. OES will took second place.In third place
s.w have an Eastern Star programon building to the sanctuary. All or higher on a 4.00 scale. was team 6a. The final question '
SUN. MON. Sunday, Dec. 12, at Greater women are asked to wear white. was "What Is the name of the 9AlIg I1EA1cAIA 103 W.University Av*.
Freewill Baptist The service will be in honor of Doctor beuss character who I
Rated R Bethlehem Church at 2 pun. All members former members who have Nothing succeeds like luocesi. : stole Christmas The three vilU.H*
fY passed on.Greater. However, failure may teams which won knew the
asked to be
I. D.'S Required of the All Masonic are families Allen Chapel AME be more helpful In getting aovernmell&approved answer was "the Grinch."
present. Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas loan.
Reporter Bruce Moyers
In the
are Invited to part
FROM tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
activity. The public Is Invited
Morning Service at 11. Evening
RUSS MEYER! to attend. service, 5:30.: All members Invited -

A FILM ABOUT your nightmaresend. GIRL SCOUTSAll to attend.IN This Christmas. h7 :
... Girl Scouts of Troop 626
A BANNED BOOK are asked to meet each Monday MEMORIAM .
A RAPE. AND A UliUARD U 5 p.m. In Room D-4 at RUE COLEMAN: In loving mem-
ory of my husband, Mr. Lon-
TRIAL THAT TOREA begins. School. ale Coleman, who departedthis Give GIFTS for the HOME

TOWN APART COLOR [jQ !j CHURCH Ebenezer NEWS Baptist Church, knows life of the Dec.sadness 7, 196S.,only No those one

who have lost can tell of the
2Oth Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
grief that's borne, and silence
Thursday night, Prayer Meet-
for the one we loved so well. LAY-IT-AWAY
Ing. Sunday School will concludethe
For since you have left us,
services on Sunday. Regu-
TERRORWAITS lar services will be held Sun- darling still,, and a place the voice is vacant we lovedis In! If you haven't visited Badcock's lately Come in this weekend and see our tremendous stock of
day, Dec. 19. Visitors always
FOR YOU welcome. our home which never( )can be Home Furniture, Everything for the Home. Dottie, Bill or one of our friendly sales persons will
filled. Signed:! wife Mrs.
EVERYROOM IN Baptist Greater Church Bethlehem, Rev.Freewill Jasper Josephine Coleman, and chil show you two floors of fine furniture to choose from. We sure will be glad to see you.

Williams pastor. Rehearsal for dren.
the Christmas program as follows -
iY IN. .. : Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday.Prayer Meeting.Wednesday Thursday night 1h6 Olaf 7 in& 1/0UZ.J 7zee; OLD lAS1fIIOIED YAJf1UJrSon :

luVht the Circle will meet at L
the home of Sister Prince. netV
Friday night Prater Band 7adni'oJtcdlui'npzooJ1tJ
meeting and Choir Rehearsal.The r
tlMUSS HOUSE I Can Circle will be sell- eat
Ing dinners from the kitchen. A
Sunday services start with
THAT DRIPPED BLOOD Sunday School at 9:30. Morn- .y1 I
MEYER Ing Service at 11. League, 4 around
PRODUCndNOLOR From the! author! ..of."Psycho" p.m. At 6 p.m.. the Women's the"For house fixing, nothing thing heats a

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What Ever Jecame Of Those

Blanding Pillow Tops? i I -_ M

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Twenty-Ove years ago -- re- tional limelight as the typical era. Including the New York opened alone call Street to provide -
member Starke was in the small town suddenly becomea Sun with articles that were
throes of seeing Camp Bland- boomtown with the locationof Jewelry
sometimes less compli and flashy silk
Ing the big World War n bon- one of the nation's largest mentary.Now the soldier trade.plllowtops for
anza, being phased out and Infantry training camps on its that the "big boom"was The Miami
wondering what was going to doorstep. It had been featured paper sent a
The Miami Herald
over.' staff writer to the local
the town's In articles In national
happen to economy magazine
was curious aboutStarke's fate and here Is what he wrote under
without its World War n bon- suctTat The Saturday Evening and what was going to happento the heading: "Starke Sure Misses
anza. Post and McCall's, and a all the quick-buck shops and That Old Soldier Trade"
Starke had basked in the na- number of big city newspap- amusement centers that had or "How're They Gonna Soil

Those Peachy Yellow Pillow

Our editorial. Dateline STARKE-- Want to
buy a nice red and ,yellow pillow -
top with green fringe a-
I'OUIkI the edge and a legend

Point of view mat My reads.Sweetheart"Greetings from Cam to!

l ]J JA Standing"? e

They've got a million of 'em
"- "H here In this small town. This

as lots of Florida boys will recall -

with utter lack of enthus Two BIP Award Winners NamedTwo
iasm, was the most reachable

town for the nearly 100.000

soldiers at Camp Standing.. 12 BIP awards were presented gency, Is presented a nIP Award building Inside and out, redesigning New Englander Motel on U.S.

larndst Or Prophet? miles away. by the Starke-Bradford by Marc Jackson (left) showroom and the e- 301 North are being presenteda
Gift >PB 'whirl/ Items County Chamber of Commercein and John Myers on behalf of rection of tall new signs In front DIP award for Improvements
those mentioned above Its Bradford Improvement the Chamber of Commerce. :>f building. since taking over the motel.
The physical sciences, social science Club of Keystone Heights last Friday.Mr. opened by the dozens and Program for November. Terwlllegar recently completed Improvements Include paving
*, and humanities must join forcesto other packed 'em In. So did a lot of renovating and remodelling his In photo (right), Mr. and Mrs. of driveways redecorating\
meet the environmental crisis the Rogers pointed out that Florida ing galleries, Juke ,joints.hamburger shoot Photo Qoft). Clyde Terwille- Ford dealership including paving James V. Porchlazzo and the erection of new fixtures in
A. of parking lots redecorating
of Ford
world Is now facing or the human is a peninsula a slender tongueof stands grills and taverns. gar Terwlllegar daughter new owners of the front.

race may not remain on the Earth land protruding nearly 500 miles Now the CI goose that laid ............ --,_...--_............... .................. ...................................................
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for another century. into the sea. the golden egg has gone. Gloom- } '
deep and black -- has gone to 1"-oIi..n. 1.1It's: o woman's By Martha Sue McCain

That is the warning recently voiced The speaker pointed out that due the segment of the population v. = ; County Extension '
of this little town g. I II )
of '
by Dr. C. Richard Tlllls, state Consultant to this fact, Florida is In a verj catered exclusively 4,000 to their that !I \\n ,;: Wli1illifbl.J? Home Economics Agent

for environmental educationin vulnerable position, environmentally-- trade. :

Tallahassee. especially in regard to future water The Chamber of Commerce I -
supply. The State is blessed with the has been reorganized and young I George Huggins #{
and vigorous Luclan Conner SELECTING A TREEA sorption of water. lace the
Sometimes the layman Is prone to annual rainfall of almost 50 Inches,
Just out of the Army himself few simple procedurescan butt end in a container of water.
take such statements as the predic- but even that is exceeded by the amount has been made executive sec ABOUT THINGS 1 make the selection of a When you bring It into the

tions of an alarmist, shrugging them now being used, and the undergroundwater retary. He's out after tourist .. "perfect" Christmas tree eas- house saw the butt again
off as overstatement or exaggerationand supply is being heavily tapped. business or any other type of ': ier. squaring off the diagonal. This I
not giving them the attention and business that can be found The Determine where in your facilitates placing the tree In a
consideration they deserve. South Florida is already endangered fellows with the pillow tops Bradford County Farm Bureau Ingredient collard greens home you will display your stand as well as aiding absor-
hope he hurries Board of Directors will and you have collard soup.I tree. With[ this in mind you ption.
and Central Florida is near the borderline The USO Is closed. It had meet at 7:30: p.m. Monday In can tell you that it tastes will be able to tell what height Keep the butt end of the tree
"We are doubling the world's popu- Mr. Rogers said. North Florida been a fine one fora town of the Agriculture Building at better than It may sound to you will need and whether all in a container of water the entire -

lation every 35 years, and doubling is In better shape for the immediate this size, and It brightened the Starke.As our town people who do not four sides must be suitable for time it is in the house'.
its Industrial capacity every ten years. future but there Is already off hours of thousands of lads I pointed out In the last really know collard greens. It display Refill the container daily as
writing, we have a board thatI is good stuff. Along with the
Sound pollution Is increasing at the talk of diverting some of our waterto for while their they date were with training here believe Is a little different deer meat turkey chicken You should select a tree the tree requires a lot of wa
rate of decibel and 95 South Florida's needs the destiny. that Is the right height for the ter. Sprinkling water on the
one per year, meet Downtown the shooting gallery from most In the State. Certainly roasted 80 pound pig they had branches and
declbles will insure worldwide deaf speaker said. This should not be allowed was closed with a note on it is a group of men 15 linear feet of sausage. That space you have chosen for It. decorate the needles before
tree will
ness. Pesticides are circling the globe, to happen. the door "Be Back Soon Military Interested in the people in our sounds good to anybody. Cutting large portions off either you help

raining down everywhere and retardingthe supply houses,almost door county. end will altar the natural taper retain freshness.
Our agenda will Include a of the tree. Be sure that the base of the
to door In one
growth rate of the ocean's phy- All things in nature are Interrelated block were
doing some slight business report of the state conventionby Freshness Is an Importantkey tree Is well-supported and the
toplankton." and there cannot be a disruption In socks secretary Freddie Watterson Talking a little more about when selecting your tree. tree is placed away from fireplaces -

of one element without a consequent At the best hotel In town plans for legislative com- eating our Starke Rotary Club The needles should be resilient, radiators electric
These are a few of the disturbing disruption of others. South Florida the girl on the desk said rooms mittee meeting, and about a believes In doing things top but not brittle. Run your finger heater televisions or any'other
Tlllls were available at $3 different record keeping pro- fashion when they do something down a branch the nee- source of heat.
statements made by Dr. beforea Is destined to become a desert if per day
gram. I have experienced for dles should adhere to each Open flames such as lighted
double and with bath. &M acted The Rural-Urban committee -
group of scientists in Tallahassee. the present rate of water use is continued as though quite a few were many years that keeping records headed by Rev. DeWitt twig. candles should never be usedon
and no way is found to recycle available' is a difficult task. I Farabee has already started Shake or bounce the tree or near the tree. In addition
Phytoplankton are micro-organisms! the water that is now being wasted The old, established downtown have experienced also that try- plans for the popular "chicken on the ground lightly to see never leave jour home WWI the
in the ocean that are the primary by draining into the ocean, the stores are doing a bit better. Ing to encourage other people fry" to open our Bradford that the needles are firmly:;} Christmas tree lights on.
source of photosynthesis life- speaker said. It was Saturday afternoon and to keep better records Is discouraging County Fair.. The. Fair,cla..ln attached. If only a few drop;; Tha; IOl1ieli.: thQ tree is indoors
there's still a highly prosperous .- All of us are experiencing late March but this event"ia off the tree Is fresh and with .the more combustible it
giving oxygen. farming community around that keeping com- a big one and takes lots of proper care should retain Its will become. Check electric
Such statements as these can be Starke-- cattlemen, strawberry plete records is a thing that planning. It really gets the Fair freshness Indoors throughoutthe light) cords for framing and
"The general public Just doesn't shrugged off as "no concern of ours-- growers and general farmers must be done. off to a good start. holiday season. worn spots that could cosily
realize the vital part the oceans play let our children and grandchildren And war or peace farmers go Farm Bureau has a new approach Just a little bit more about The limbs should be strong lead to fires Also do not over-
in our breathing" Dr. Tlllls said. worry about that"or they can be to town on Saturday. and we hope to give things growing. People still ask enough to hold ornaments and load the electric circuits and
given serious consideration in an effort There were a few khaki uniforms our people an opportunity; to me at church or barber shopor strings of electric lights and avoid placing electric toys dir-
find out how it operates. While ectly under the Be
on the other places about fertilizing tree. sure
street maybe five the tree should have a strong
"The public is well-versed withman's to find solutions for some of Farm Bureau is busy provingthat their lawn shrubs. to avoid the use of combustible
to the block.Some or fragrance and good green color
economics but Is colossal! the problems that now confront us. staying on at the 1.800 men for are Induction it is "The Voice of Agri I have used and suggested to for the species. decorations.
camp -
Ignorant of nature's economics and center work and to examine culture" for the people It is a few that they use ammonium Check the tree for freshness Following these care and precaution -
they usually decide in favor of man. Developers are beginning to realize reserve officers apply- busy presenting and carryingout nitrate at t a light rate If the cleaness health and trimmingand measures should insurean

The economics of man and the eco- that there is a point of stress, beyond ing for the regular Army. make the variety this possible.; of programsthat lawn has been top-seeded with be sure it displays the best fresh attractive Indoors for tree that Slays
nomics of nature often conflict and which it is not safe to.go. There There's a sprinkling of sailors rye grass. When 1 say lightI qualities for the particular spe more than a
too; and Stark hopes the am talking about not less cies. week and a holiday season free
when they do the must decide
limit to how
people is
a many people car sprinkling will grow. It's the than three and not more than Following these steps should from Christmas tree mishaps.TvETNEWSl.
which shall triumph. be put Into a given area and continueto overflow from the biff Navy five pounds to about a thou- inure a healthly attractive

live in harmony with the environ- ship decommissioning activity; As you ride out Into our sand square feet of lawn area. tree but the care of your tree
These statements are closely related ment. Man must prove whether or at Green Cove Springs 26 miles county now you will see some This depends on the stand of does not stop here.CHRISn.fS .

to the views expressed by Ly- not he can live in such harmony, or away. But the few remaining fields of mighty; pretty graz- grass. If you have Just an average
soldiers will be gone on April ing for livestock, turnips stand the three pound [ TREE CARE
man Rogers, president of Con- crops
past eventually be doomed to extinction.It's .
22. The camp really buttons up mustard greens and rate is enough. Remember this If you buy your tree several
servation 70 s, In a talk at the Rotary as simple as that. then, and the Induction Job strawberries.Our Is ammonium nitrate if you days before it will be set up Many thousands of Vietnam

moves to Daytona Beach. mustard greens are always use nitrate of soda you will and decorated, store it outside,. veterans living in Florida have
Conner Is still pretty sure good but It seems that double the amounts I have sug- Cut the butt of the tree at a received personalized letters
he'll snare a lot more tourists after all that rich Thanksgiving gested. This nitrogen material diagonal about one inch above from the Veterans Administration -
next year. Quite a few stopped even better. must not be left on fie grass the original cut this opens urging them to take advantage -
I Did He Lose Anything? this year when they heard of OOnnefNightOlast week I ate nothing foliage. Rain or sprinkler must the pores and aids In the ab- of the GI Dill educa
the crowded conditions to the but mustard greens and wash it Into the soil so it tional benefits M.T. Dixon the
south. Many liked the south. corn bread. will not burn the grass. State Director of Veterans Affairs -

Some people consider the use of slon of Marijuana," the article poses Many liked the quiet little town Talking about greens I ate Saw this ad in a paper announced.

marijuana a serious offense while the question: Did he lose anything, and vowed they would return. and enjoyed a new preparation lawn Used mower very little for and sale when push used type., Nationwide Dixon said l. over
This hunt-
others view it as hardly more than when ho was convicted? And the arti- Several new permanent resi- Ing had night.their customary pushed very slowly. Well this 2 1/2 million Vietnam veteransout
dents have arrived too. some group of a total of 4.9 mllllon-
smoking a cigarette or taking a drinkof cal answers: of who served as soldiers here. Thanksgiving dinner at the lake. type; would not be very satisfactory who have served during the conflict -
alcohol. It can be argued endlessly And if anyone knows how to One of our real estate agents with a good rye grass have received school prod-
whether the use of marijuana leadsto "All he lost was the right to vote, reconvert a red and yellow Billy Powell is a fairly good lawn. ding letters during the past

harder drugs or whether the high the right to own a gun and the right pillow top with the words cook and Is always looking for C. three years.In .

cost of buying "pot" results in other to run for public office. He lost the "Greetings: to My Sweetheartfrom Intoaom.thlng a new that recipe.I would lie sure was like reminded this- ABOUT CAMP BLANDING!; the State of Florida special -

I crimes by those needing money to opportunity to ever being a licensed Camp that Blandlng, particular mixture so he sent While writing this the telephone Dec. 1 I. 1971 attention has been directedat

support their habit. doctor, dentist, CPA engineer, lawyer the gent that the wtlll.IIthat'Chamber me a quart. message came confirm- Dear Gene: many thousands of Vietnam
architect, realtor, osteopath phy- Commerce really wants to see of. I don't know all the Ingredients ing my request for an authority; I noted your recent editorial veterans who have not com-
sical therapist,private detective pharmacist but you take diced Irish to explain this farm record concerning Camp Blanding asa pleted high school Dixon says
t; But if the following article from potatoes white beans small program to our Board Monday possible site for a new National Labbelled by the VA as educa-
school teacher barber funeral
slices of .sausage some ham night. Bobby Bennett from the Cemetary for Florida. tlnally disadvantaged veterans
a Texas college newspaper is any director masseur or stock broker. hock; add all this together for Farm Bureau office will be Geographically that location who have not completed high
l I indication of the high cost.- other He can never get a Job where he baa flavoring and then the mainI with us. would be a good one, It seemsto school comprise about 12 per

1 than money-- to marijuana addicts to be bonded or licensed He can't me, but as you probably know cent of the state's total Vietnam -

I then every user or potential user of work for the city, county or federal the land is no longer owned era GI population. The
t the weedas well as their parents-- government." I by the Federal government, but national average Is 14.6 percent
County Agent News I by the State of lorlda. .
I should certainly be "shook up". This however is not the

Do you think he lost anything? primary problem. The primary The VA's effort to reach veterans -
Entitled "The Case of a Youth Arrested By Bobby L. TaylorA problem Is that Congress has who have not completedhigh

and Convicted for the PossesDo you think !It was worth it? very important Issue is be- will not speak for or againstthe don was delayed the previous not decided yet that it will school includes a total of
create ANY;\ veterans three letters phone calls and
tore new cem-
Congress in the form of
proposal. My purpose is to fall through November 15.Early
personal visits
eteries. where
The feasible.
Egg Industry Adjustment encourage our producers to get leaf removal In the fall also
Act H.R. 11913 and S. 2895. as much information as possible caused late budbreak the next You can count on it that Veterans are also
It passed the Act would give about this proposal and decide sorlne. In otherwords. iris if there comes some break-
of their
other benefits Insurance
The Bradford the Secretary of Agriculture through with regard to the situation -
CountyTELEGRAPH for themselves whether they definitely advantageous to
QX 7Sr I will have medical
the home
; the among loans
authority the
l wON upon advice favor or disapprove of the mea- retain the leaves on pecan treesas
foremost locations to be compensation and
r.404 and recommendations of con- pension and
a sure. Producers should then late in the fall
as possible.
4&I Board of Egg producers, to enforce contact their Congressman, sidered the Blanding area as Job rights along with the VA's
ESTABLISHED 1879 .r- Especially on scapsusceptiblevarieties I believe that a transfer of prodding to go back to school
a percentage reduction Poultry Association: and others good spray programand title from the State of Florida
Bill in all commercial egg produc- concerned to let their voice proper fertilization is essential for this purpose would be easily Dixon invited inquiries on this
I ing flocks after the farm price be heard. for preventing early leaf secured. at his office at Post Office Box
'/ for eggs has been below the Pecan prices have Improved drop. 1437, St. .
; ):? And H. pittd unto them cost of production for three slightly. This is a good time to If you are planning to plant' Sincerely Charles I:. Bennett the local Veteran or by seeIng
Where i U faith? St.: consecutive 30 day periods plan for setting new trees this this Counts;
E S S your ( pecans winter do not forget M. C. 3rd District Service Office or office of
FLOR Luke 8, 21.: ) Of course, the issue Is controversial winter and to plan a production to consider how early the of Florida the Veterans Administration
Most agricultural program for next year. Evenit trees will start bearing when &
ASSOCIATIONJ I producers prefer to operate will be difficult for most of selecting varieties. Some varIeties -
_. When by without government controls of our pecan growers recent start protecting a har- "Pensacola Cluster" will often the Old 1t/J2b'f
/ \ troubles we feel unable to any kind and let supply and work by Dr. Ray Worley at the vestable quantity of nuts at a produce 25 to 50 pounds the
overcome, or need with tribu- demand, along with other factors Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment much earlier age than other 6th year Also when selecting -- .
lations that seem beyond our1 determine the price of Station In Tlfton strongly varieties. For example USDA varieties keep In mind the need ,r.
E.L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publiiher strength, we may well heed agricultural: products. however supports the need for a good selection 48-22-27 developedby for interplanting! varieties for ..-- 0,1))..

Published each Thursday and entered. Second the question the Lord Jews our egg producers are pray program on pecans. researchers In Texas has better pollination. It ia normally -
Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark Florida asks us. as He asked It of His In trouble since prices for eggs When all the leaves were removed produced as many as 58 nuts advantageous to Include ''T) o/
under Act of March 3rd. 1879. dlsciples.: Strong in ol'alth\ have been below cost of production from trees on Septem- per tree the first year Of a variety such as "Desirable"which
for a number of months. ber 15 or earlier no nuts were course this Is an extreme case produces an abundance of
that God U otvr wiping If'A
Subscription In trade area 1 year, $5.00; Outside Our plight has been caused by set the next season. Dr. Wor- of early bearing however varieties pollen early when the female 7 'u"
trade area: 1 year, $5.50. ready to help, we shall alwaysbe Just to many hens producing; ley showed that nut set Increased such as "Cape fear" parts are receptive on most "Inflation |I... v.1,1 !lurll.,,.n

sustained. too many eggs as the date of defolla- "Desirable." "Sumner" and other varieties. nest egg Into rliirkcii fCamp ,-,.,|:

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Grace United Methodist: Sunday I 1
School 9:45: a. m.; Worship
lervtc. 11 ea. m. and 7 p. m.,
MYF 6:30 p. m.; Prayer Meeting : .
7 p.m. Wednesday. .tfAAPaRtjiD

Church of God: Sunday School CLASSIC' MUGS
JO a.m.; Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Family I I I
Night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. MATCHING

Highland Baptist: Sunday OR
School 9:45 ajn.; Worship services DESSERT DISHES* i I
; i i
11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.;
IMO PYKYA/1 II Ye10)tiF )
Wednesday Prayer meeting 7
p.m. followed by choir prac- IACN $' 39

r2:1r ; : _
Friends will be pleased to _
know ;that Mrs. Alice Austin
is at home again after spending -
several days in the hospital. Quantity Rights PRICES GOOD THURS. DEC. 9 THRU WED. DEC. 15
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Stick r' ", a ;rte. Reserved USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKDelmonicos
land visited Mr. and Mrs. O. I WINN DIXIE STORES INC
J. Anders wr weekend. .. ( COPYRIGHT 1971) W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ROLL . IBCH $179]
Miss Pi IcCla Tanner who 1 II A'
attending University; of South e'1 ('10 LBS $S 09))
Florida Is spending her Christmas Ground "
holidays with Mr.and Mrs.L. UCK ROAST Beef t.0.5 LBS $2
S. Tanner. .1 y [
Thomas Andrews of Jackson- IA II CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF
ville was visiting his parents, 39
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Andrews Rib Steaks IB $1|
on Sunday.
Bill Wainwright of Atlanta A W D BRAND GROUND HANOI( PAK
Ga. spent the weekend with A
Mrs. Truby Wainwright U. S, CHOICE Round Steak II99c
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brad- &j
ley visited Randal Bradley who FRESH SHANK HALF OR WHOLE
Is confined In Baptist Hospital USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF Pork Hams IB58c
on Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ben- Chuck Steak . LB 78C 3
nett and Mrs. George Lastin- RIB END ROAST OR SLICED
ger Holly were visiting
Sina Mrs.Prescott Hattie Mrs.Darley Alice Miss Aus- Chuck Roast . LI. 68C Pork Chops IB 59'

Friday and Saturday. Shoulder LB. Pork IB79c
Roast 98C
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nel- LI. Chops .
lie Wilkinson Mrs.Daisy Boch,
Mrs. Alice Austin and Mrs.
Grills and children. Mr.
and Mrs. Maines GrUfls and
family of Palatka; Mrs. VIcle OIL 41tL{
Norman, Mrs. James Norman
and Mrs. Ruth Marr, of High Limit; with; $7.50 or more purchase excluding' cigarette Limit; 1 with; $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes;

land.Weekend visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Eunice and Mrs.
Selma Eunice were Mr. and osson
Mrs. Phil Eunice of Grahamand 8 8 l 5
Mrs. Ronny Mosley Max- 48-oz. l 49-o:. $1e07 1-LB.

vllle.Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe BOTTLE _. BOXES 1 CAN

and sons have returned to their
home In Wilmington, Del. aftera Limit 1 Wesson or Astor oil W/J7.50/ or more purchaie excluding cigarettes +
Wolfe's mother Mrs. HesterL.

.Mrs.Hicks.Bill Benson and daugh- OIL SOFTENER
tars were Tuesday overnight
visitors of Mrs. L. P. Rafuse.
Mrs. Winifred Christian and ,
children of Ocala visited Mr. : I
and Mrs. W. C. Phillips over "

BRIDAL the weekend.SHOWERA 48-oz. 68ave 64-0%. $1'-19 2 ROLL 18

miscellaneous shower was BOTTLE SIZE PKG.
given in honor of Miss Sharon
Kaye White, bride-elect Wednesday _
evening of last week at lE1\ \ '
the Methodist personage by
Mrs. Truby Wainwright, Mrs.

Starling, Mrs.b.E.Boatwrlght, Preserves . 1 JAR IB. 69c Liquid Detergent Bl"m and
Mrs. Donald Denton. Pot-
ted poinsettias were used in ARMOUR DIXIE DARLING

Everyone decorating Joined the party in playing; rooms.two Chili & Beans 3 CANS', $100 Mac. & Cheese 5$1;

games, with the winners receiving ALPO ....- .,, NORTHERN< < Off,

presented prizes.the honoree The hostesses with a Dog Food . . 5sr *1 ii tl Bath Tissue . ROLL10c,,
steam Iron as a memento of .
the occasion. Refreshmentswere PIllSBURY ((7c OFF) P.w THRIFTY MAID SLICED & CRUSHED
served to the present. Pancake Flour 2 2 II $1 00 7 J 8 B' I 0' 88C
PKGS. oA fJTAMPB N Pineapple . CANS

Thursday evening of last ""' n -.........--..
Preserves 39c Mushrooms 3 $100
week Miss Gwenn Starling was . cAN3
honored with a shower. Hostesses -

Mrs. Willie were Mrs.Dobbs M., Mrs.C. Kelly Oc- Soft Drinks 6 BOTTlES 2801. $l ABOUT STORE W D MANAGER GIFT CERTIFICATES TODAY Toaster Pastry 3 PKGS lao $100
tavlan Nicula and Mrs. Bryant

latter.Reddish The at refreshment the home of table the ARROW Plates ,'. 88C A A rood DIXIE Bread DARLING ENRICHED WITH BUTTERMILK 3 LovfS: : 88cHEINZ
was covered with a lace cloth Paper . .of d.fjt'of e l

and centered by a bridal ar-
rangement. Two games were
played and winners awarded
ments were served to approxi-
mately 50 guests. The honoree POTATOESREGULAR
received many nice gifts.

48 .. SALISBURY $ 1 REGULAR J 2-LB. $ 1


Ask _

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JoIma About ''I'1d. ......... f v 1

6 160:. 88 10 1
"My local .insurant agent CANS $ 13-01.
keeps BM adequately in- LB. PKGS.
and at low premium* by
Insuring m. against. fl.....'

dally. crippling. .losses, yet ........ ....................
felting w absorb the small ; .
!bases. If any. I think. thlrfla ye'I.' EXTRA'iEXTRA EXTRA
wla. *. la this character I I a *!M tulll >MIUI 4 Im* Mile of the personal con 1-II TWO )IISpAUMirro U'. ,D., ..
aId.ntloa8hcnm by a local .: HCWMIlC.nn.d Ham h'A 1IISGround Beef ,J ( Plm.nto Cheese AIMS 1.W. WHOIIChicken : "( Peanut oie SOUTH Butter :
{dependent. .. Inssraacetr sGt: OOOO THIU DIC I IS GOOD TMIU DIC IINo i ;I" OOOO IHIU DIC 13 ." :
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JOHNS AGENCY i I.., : 3..f UIOIfASIl we >I.-' illS .:
h/ IAS. Ott e, OAINISIUICII OII* [I. AJtOHOrange : (e, IIA reel
111 So. Wabvt St.Phcm it ) Oven Cleaner : "n' Dog Food fish Stick Juice 1: /A Onion Rings .: "

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Services Held BROOKER in BRIEF ".. _, "..< '.....'.p:,...,>;...(...'. :<;::'M w"",._ ,/' '
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For Mrs. Rosier '

At Evergreen SCHOOL NEWS BY UNDArC.PERSONALS; COX An investment in Your Future ..,: : -_-.---I

Pupils at Brooker Elementary Those Thanksgiving ... : -
of enjoying ;.,< "f ,', .- ", '" 2"iff ""
Rosier 76, : #
Mrs. Annie School showing outstand- i0 r
> f
Route 1, Lawtey, died Tues ing performances In citizen- dinner: Mr.with and the Mrs.E.B.B.C.Crosbyswere Howard '"- 1 ;>" ,, .}> t:: I"< "L'( .. l..
day morning In the Bradford ship' and academic endeavors and children of Jackson- ttgvy W. I 1" .,;.J j
County Hospital. Born In Baker during the second six weeks ville; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pre I ] 'f.. : IJ!!J t.;! ; t! I, ;'. .. 111 r.. J -

County on July 29, 1895 grading period are as follows: vatt and daughter of Orlando; f'. 111 ,. ,t" .J .."' i will Mist In lso"!
of the HIM
she was' the daughter Mrs. Scott's room: graders; Mrs. May Mott Mrs flea Futch i .' HL- -rw whwe yow treisuii b. pow

Sapp.late John She P.was and a Annie member Tyson of Tammy, Darlene Andrews,Sharp Susan, Mar-Raulerson. and of Gainesville Debbie and Rickey Crosby Sim; : ,_ OM'.N" '",F"", _. >y V' ..,w- ., w "x'I!",rYSTARKE> _'<. ..............-....""", _>-:",,._.",,..,..". '',V"h,. ;;,<>,'-_ ,.. >.o.M" "L./_' .i..,!.>.o.i.,....'.......""""' '.'" q.4,'.:.'._ c'1.?:u, _.',.. .u', ', .

Evergreen Baptist Church. lene Sharp, Alan Smith, Jerry
Q. Rosier, of Lawtoy; three Booth, of Lake Butler were CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE
sons, Clifton and Bobby Rosier 5th graders: Angle Andrews. Becky Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services:
both of Lawtey; and Ed- Mrs. Hurst's room: 5th graders Cox, Hradlee and Decna last Morning Worship II a.m. Youth ship Services, II a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
mund Rosier, Macclenny: ; six : Stacey Hayes, Sandy Saturday. Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- 8 P.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even-
daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Douglas, Martha Lewis Con- ship 7 p.m.Thuraday. nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Ing Worship 7 p.m.
Cruce Mrs. Sybil Grif s. andMrs..Sadra nie [Dyal, Shari Green, Dar- Remember Anthony Went- night Prayer Meeting Class Thursday II a.m.Church come.L.L. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m.
;; Grlffls,all of Law- lene Mott, I Kay Prescott.4th worth, Jr., Infant son of Mr. 7:30: p.m. located one block west on SR Parker pastor1'I'o.'E
tey; Mrs. Coy Cruce, Maitland graders: David Fusscll, and Mrs. Anthony Wentworth, David Hodges, Pastor 16. P.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey pastorS HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Mrs. Bertlce Slade, Hampton; Beth Hamilton David Rauler- In your prayers. He Is ser- -J.P.I!. Bell, minister : LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
and Mrs. Shirley Hart, Lake son. iously 111 In the Gainesville Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- fYRNMISSIONARY
Butler; four sisters, Mrs. Pink Miss Hill's room: 3rd gra- Medical center. GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship II a.m. Pre Ser- BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Proctor and Mrs. OIlie Grif- ders; Sheila Starling Deborah CIIURCIISTARt METHODIST CHURCH vices (Booster Band, Young 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Ing Worship II a.m. Evening
fls, both of Jacksonville; Mrs. Green, Elaine Mott, David COUNCIL MEETING Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People, and Prayer Service), vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. Worshp 7.-James Shaw,pastor.
Ruby Wainwright, Lake Butler; Sparks Kim Thomas. There will be a Town Council Union Worship at 11. Training ing Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, II a.m.Training( UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Laura Wainwright, Monday night. Dec. 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- vice 6 Midweek Service, Wednesday
and Mrs. 2nd graders: Jill Hayes meeting p.m. Evening Worship, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship,
ship 7:30.
Lake City; 45: grandchildren, Brenda Sharon 13 at 7:30: p.m. at the Brooker : Wednesday Prayer 7:30: p.m. Rev Tommy L. HI1- 7:30:: p.m. Rev. John Strickland 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. LeonT. Pastor. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun-
33 groat-grandchlldron, and one Community Center. Hard, pastor..
-Wilbur Dyess
IFrMt.lFrMt.vrllndrhlld. Fussell. Remember: help keep Brooker Odom, Jr., pastor. day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
Funeral services were held Mrs. Jackson's room: 2nd In the news by contactingme FIRST ASSEMBLY> OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH[ CHURCH OF GOD Superintendent. Training Union' ,
graders: Henee! Mott, Drew AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ) 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas, 1 Director -
100 Theressa
In the Highway at
at 11 a.m. Thursday at 485-3801. Raiford Road & Weldon St. OF PROPHECY, BROOKER
Evergreen Baptist\ Church with Andrews.1st Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Worship Services II a.
Rev. Elbert Knight officiating.: graders( ; Bradlee Cox Worship II am.1.; Evening Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship II a.m. ing Worship II a.m. Young Peo- m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser-
Teressa Hodge.Congratulations Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday vice, 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, music '
Union 6:30
Interment was In Sapp Cemetery FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training p.rr. ple's Service, 6 p.m Evangelistic -
Halford, with DeWItt C. students STARKE Prayer Meeting and Bible Study -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- director.
Keep up the outstanding work. 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet
Jones Funeral Home In charge. Wednesday Night Prayer Services -
Sunday Sunday School 9:45: ; day Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m.
Dewey McKinney Drlncloal: ing Monday, 7 p.m. Merle HEILBHONN! !:!: BAPTIST
7:30 Rev.
Worship at 11, Speak- ever' EVERGREEN BAPTIST : p.m. with
Morning Come and worship us.
of the Brooker G.
Elementaryschool revatt pastor. Everyone CHURCH!!, HIGHWAY 16 "N.
Gideons International Highway 125, Northwest of Packham, pastor.ST. Harris
er for welcome.ST. -Rev. Bobby pastor
reports that the last Sunday School, 9:45: : a.m.
Church Train- Lawtey. School 10
Ray Monnyham; a.m.
day of School before Christmas Morning Worship 11. Training
...... Holidays will be Friday, ing, 6:15: ; Evening Worship, EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM Union 6:30: Evening Ser-
t- Il/l Dec. 17. School will resume 7:30: sermon "What the Angel CII1ffiCIISTARt Night Service, 7:30: p.m. Wed- CHURCH. STARKE FREE WILLBAPTISTCHURCH!! vice, 7:30.: p.m.Midweek Prayer
..;:. Said to nesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 Ash & Chestnut Sunday
Mary. Father : Cor.
on Monday, Jail 3. James Cregan, pastor Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Service, 7:30.:
K Youth Choir Prac- Rev. Albert Knight, School 9:30 Morning Worship,
Monday Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday p.m. pas : ;
Sundays, II a.m. Morning -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,
.... Yr' SPECIAL SINGERSAT : tice, 7 p.m.Tuesday Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, tor. Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun- 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser- tor. pas-
I'he Bib/, Young Musicians vice 6 Jasper Wil
/ PLEASANT HOPE 7 p.m. day, II\ a.m. Church School 9:45: p.m.Rev.
The Echoes Singers Choir. .3:30: p.m.; Girls In Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST liams, pastor.
For he will give his angels Gospel a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
will be at Pleasant Hopo New Action, 4:13: p.m.Wednesday p. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
of to guard* you 'In -John M. Flynn, Rector OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
charge you Congregational Methodist Annual Christ School of Religion: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- FIRST UNITED: METHODIST 1404 E. Bcssent Road
all your w aysIt, i'samt! 91:11)I ) Church, Saturday Dec. 11, at mal Party, Covered Dish Supper Grade School Sunday 11 Ing Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek STARK Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
6:30:: p.m. The church located \Vhereverwe II I'e.and whatever three miles north of Starke on of devotion and singing of High School -- Sunday 7* P.m.Be Sunday School, 10) a.m. Wor- Worship, 11; Junior and Senior 6 p.m.
we are culled upon to do. US 301. Everybody Is welcometo 'carols; Church Choir Practice, P.m. In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups 6 p.m. Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
attend. 8 p.m. Frank Jarvis, pastor.ST. Training, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal -
we are in the protecting care Meet- Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m.
Thursday Music Makers Worship 7:30.: 7 p.m. Prayer
of God. This quickens thE HIGHWAY BAPTIST MARY'S CATHOLIC Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Relief Society,
MADISON STREET Choir, 3:30: p.m. Sunday School WednesdayPrayer Meeting, Ing, 7:30: ; 7:30 .
10 :
spirit of good judgment in us, BAPTIST CHURCH! -W.A. I logon pastor a.m. Wor- CIIURCH.MI\CCLENNY 7:30) p.m. 7:45.: : p.m.Jesse
ship Service D. Branson
II a.m. Church Sunday Mass, 12 Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWItt T. Farabee, Jr. Branch
noon. Holy
keep us alert, and helps us Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Training 6:30 p.m. Evening President.

to God cooperate und man.with The the assurance laws of Training Morning Worship 6:15: ; WMU at II. Church Prayer AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Worship Wednesday 7:30.: Prayer Meeting f..N',Day r ""'.Mass...'9x/r'.'JrG, 5:30:/.....p.m........??. .....'-.... ............. __ "oJo..>.>.'.-.n.>>: ,.:.,':,,:,.:,.;,.:,.:,.:_,_:,_:,_:_,:,.:,.:,.:,.n.:,:,:,:,.:,.:,-:,.:SKftW.:.:.:-:,-:-:: :::::::::::::,::::: ::,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,::::::::::::::::,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:.:.:.:.;.:;:.:;:.:.:.:;:-:;:::.,:.

that wherever we are God is, Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning 7:30: p.m. .

frees Uit from the fruitless 7:30.Monday: Worship U a.m. Evening Rev. J.D. Robinson H .<..<.
-- Youth Choir Prac- Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday
fears that sometimes occupies tice, 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST j''
our thought As we know TuesdayMission Friends 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. CirURCH You think you i

this truth for ourselves and Girls In Action, Actecns, 3:30: G.F' Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-

otherswe contribute to bringing p.m. Welcome.NORTIISIDE. ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening :, have problems 11 ti tiI
about a heavenly state for Wednesday Family Night Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday f I IIWftRW
all men. Supper 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting !: BAPTIST Everyone welcome.
7:30: ); Adult Choir Practice CHURCH Rev. Robert Halsten, pastor EVERYONE II
e 8:30.: intersection of Highways 16 ,; I
Thursday Visitation, 7:30: % CIIURCII OF GOD
Have a nice day" Inning (North) and 225. Rev. wayne
If* Impart llnw about, "Have P.m. Wells, pastor. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. 4'f''; ::
a happy life Ityll'?" -Donton Sumrall, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Mornlni Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- d I:::
Service at 11. Evening Service, ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday HASPROBLEMS
7:30.: Wednesday Service, 7:30: Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night, 1-
GAINESVILLE P.m. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer
Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m.
-Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor I
CHURCH! ,, ,
Business BAPTIST
DirectoryAUTO Sunday School 10) a.m.; Morn-
Sunday School 9:30: ; Training ;1 1J.
Ing Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study Union r. .r
10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship 9r '
Service 7:30
6:30 Evening :
: p.m.

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES p.m.Wednesday; Prayer and 7:30 Wednesday: p.m.11 a.m..Prayer Evening Meeting Worship 7:30: J. ll II II II 1 :!'I'iI'lllllll'II II' I lili'liii'I !'' :!II,,!lit!: !'Vi.wjtoft,:;"Iljllilllllllll. !, I \ I,III;II I II II!I !' '::':. ,. "''''illll:'1:1: :1..1

Bible 7:39! II
Study : p.m. I 1 ..
Pastor Rev Robert West : I : : ::
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Melvin Hamel, Pastor { I ..1 I ;1 '.,:! ',I Ilhj :;::
Johnson Paris, Inc. :; + :I,;'I: ": i 1 itt i
$ III '
OLIXSMOBILE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :: B..I, ,?. ,., 1.; ..;. .:.::
SALES &: SERVICE SEEDS PLANTSInMecUrklc FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH! Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. :}-i I II '/lrs'.- Ar (" 'm",e. I Iruhne, /, ,liI ::::::.
Sunday Service: Sunday Sch lot) Morning Worship II a.m. Youth :. t'; : "life I ,"''r L",,, .;.:
of Used Can / / ::
Fine Selection Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Fellowship 6 ;..m. Choir Prac- .1 /II""e. II'. ailin'I ( .r ::.::.
Taken On Cadillac Trade I 1045; a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: : tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. ,.t\'TIl;! ;1"\1" 'ir I I this a",,, "? art ..rr.I :.
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ZOOI N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Youth Group Mueting, Sun # 0 Il III) that sort/ ::
p.m. -Rev. Robert D. Burch i Mw.
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III so. } ; jl 1,1, 1111/// l / uhat ,n' l' :::;
We Rent Fertilizer Spreader day,-J.C.6:30: p.m. minister }. I ijiiIW .t:'ry: atEI ,,1''Ld"! II! I.II''I "i'''' f I I nlel,. 11In"h"1: I turned" :;!!! I
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8lh Ph. S78-0478 Brow.t CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I !,?, ;'.:':l&'I I l I : I II i I Ille 1 / : : U.
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Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 4P. .t "u ,life
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4 wheel drive and ears tee Freez. 301 North Drive, In behind, Sunday Tas- : -LeRoy Dalrymple Worship Pastor 7:30.: } I 11\,\i iM ', '.:.:' :::::::: :.':.-,:;::: ( t ,I!,I!I !(Ill !I! ".; III' 1111 II!i ,lrn7.hit'r. am' I "/ .. /;htt\: ;:'/rlgrorl';:L.' II'ti: I!II ,, 1 1

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Sale, Part School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- .. CI lotto ....,..". wande. V I 11;. ''I': i b I l / I/'e '"**t \ ::
Clean Used Toyota LIDDELL vice II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- I .I.I, .,.. I..... .... 'INN" .. II II'' 'I I' ""'
Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- to I 'I.:: ? "Lri, S'lft I II I "i't/iout/ : ""' I I q
170? N. MAtn r78-126e__ ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening I qn P"opal N; d y h I J"V)hlenl' ; ; : 11,1, :
Glass Company day.Leroy Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer I: V ..1. .I :: ,,,.- ..Md"N. \ /I'IVrmi.r; rh' hat H.)1"/ II '" I !, ti:+
Beauty Academy Olive, pastor, E.L. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. s I "''' /"' .' II I -p to"If I", hear" II 'I" {
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Grlffls, associate pastor .11, ... '" .. **'* '*' 611 I I //.h/.II1./ \ "u,I' ::}
"Claw For Every Purpose"Store -Rev. J.C. I -
POWELL'S Fronts-Mirrors DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH! MORGAN ROAD Sounders CHAPEL pastor }# i'' III IvVi\ .:.:. :..,:::\":si'; {:.:.'"".,::., :;... $\ I I I I I rlar. ,-,-, ,; (lrrnrl sort;' :?""* ''I I I I II I 1 1t.

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Academy .
Beauty Furniture Top Ola s Re Sunday 9:45: : a.m. Sunday I'y Na M/ w sN. .. 11 VII I 1.0 'eAn,' )/' "
the I jl rol.'m
placed Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- \; Irt NnN/ ?n a ... ; :; a Profemton In Your ship Services II a.m. and 7 ship 6 p.m. Training Union l's tYI.l + I I {

Spare 219 T1m NW.. 10th Pull MOTORS or- Part 378-2766a Time ins NEW 1'1I1 Main LOCATION Gainesville p.m.-Rev.Training Lacy Conway Union 6 pastor p.m. vices.Rev.7 p.m.Wednesday7:30 Evening Worship.: Prayer Ser- Il l l;yV t't'I e1 nln 1''"1111=: 1, ;:;;':tt ill 11111 r.III ..-. I Ill IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIl1II1I1I! i I III

Bob Cooper ..pastor, 11111 ilillllllllllll1lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ''
372-8191 ; 372.1102 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- these & tIn ,i II I ;.:,,"lii I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll 11 11m
ELECTRIC Ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p. days of shoddy

Co. MEN'S WEAR m. might workmanship well be Chicken Little x :::::: ,::::: :::::: :: :::: :::: :: :::::::::::: :::: :: :::::;:::;:;:::::;:::::: :;;::::::::::::;::: :::::::: :::::::: :: :::: :::::: :: :-.::::::::;:: :::: ,:.:,:,;.:::,:,:::,:::::,:,: -:;:.:.:(.: :.:::::;:::*1
Motor Repair -Rev. John Ross, pastor telling the
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Repairing STAG 'N DRAG
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2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 :*|:j:|:. -
Shoe ,
Arrow Shlrtv-Florshelm EST Hill Edwprds |1'h 064-7231&
Formal Rental ;:;;:::: Lake Memorial Park ;lijf:::;: $ .

MOVERS Ladles Sportswear ONTROLa Tire Truing<
;:;:;::: (Cemetery) 1:;:::::: -.
e Long DUunce Moving Z STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Headlight Adjusting
GAINESVILLE MALL l Starke Florida ||j j OIIe-a' a.
Storage Packing ,...... .:.:.: Brake Service
Crating Shipping ::::;::; (Includes !;:
Price of a single grave sp&ce.$125 ::::: Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel lUUnce sad
Frt Estimates Call ::;:;::: annual care), MUSICDALDWIN ill ,- Sturke, "'I..
:3S9; E. Call SI. Alignment
::::::: A Burial Permit must be obtained before making Kj:
.:}:::: an interment in Crosby Lake Memorial Park. Fee Differ ;;:: SERVICE Phone 964.5715 for FREE CONDITION! SERVICE '.
1ii::: permit is $10, payable In advance of Interment. ::1%:g:i Hlway 301 and 100 and EHtlmate
'IANOS-li ORGANS : :::: No copings, headstones shrubbery, or trees will y&;:!::# Cl0 8. T..... Starke 617 N.
Van Service Inc. CMOICI CIf-.. Amln'4q,1IaM ::::::: be permitted In Blocks N, 0, P, Q, R, S, and T ::&:: Temple Ave. Stark
MUSlCu ::::::; of Crosby Lake Memorial Park. &::1:f:;:

2S.0 N.E. Waldo K4. G'vUte 1 j 11j in other Is .m
Use of copings areas discouraged, but BRADFORD
J72-4171 ::;:::; If used, must be not over one inch above surface f.::;: STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery
:;: :;: of the ground. New plantings of large shrubbery f ABSTRACT CO.
. OvtUe Bhoirprt. Ctr. m-PSI 1:1i:; and trees will not be permitted In any area of the iH: SUPPLIES. Inc.RplIrlag and Market
1 AUTO SALES SERVICE :ri cemetery.No f:
I : Food Better Service For Your
Grocorloo Meats -
; BUOUNT PONTIAC Farm and Industrial 11jk wooden outside burial receptacles will be per- ff \ Ace

CMC INC. Equipment :::::::; mUted in any area of Crosby Lake Memorial Park. ::::} &.plate Paint SUP,,,*.) GAS AND OIL a Title Problem.
1111 Concrete or steel vaults are permlssable.All r
: MS) Sportlac Goods Jack and Gladys Edward Abstract
: of lots will be cash basis but t ij;
All purchases on a SUrko Title Inmiranc
U. 8. 301 -
Santa Fe Tractor, ::::::r terms may be arranged In special cases rr:.::.:! Chock With U. Flnt"I
rf:, : I
{ PHONE 964-8312 15* W. Call Ph. 964-6M1 =
factory Auth.rli. )y:; Association to enter upon any and all Iota for the ;;::: -
Farm Tractors: 4 !Implement! M purpose of care maintenance, and beautification 1 1j .


2101 N. Main SALES -, PART 6ERVTCE44M f:111: CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, we. 1111 n Owed By ThoM We Serve In. Twelve North.*... Florida Co.nUe* -He''''''' Or Member l.iye IMUerHl .1i

Goin.svflIt, Flo. N. W. 6th 378-2548 {:::r:l: Stark., Fl. :::::::; IlleetrL3-! 9lgstoe4.
372-2583 I GAINESVILLE. FI.A. flm: !: 1 j@jm 11 1l 1t.111: 1: jn1jjjjj111j1mftjmj1j1j11m1mjr@fm11: : : 1f111i;; {{{1?!ff:; {1;t@

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.. '! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE :r r I. Conservation 70' s Founder Warns I

,----- _, -I t Water
- - - - -- - ---- State's Future
--- W M**----MWj ------------ ---- Of Shortage"Man

j I Keystone Hilites/ }

I. must learn to live in period of transition, when it
By GLORIA REDFEARN j harmony with his environmentor is hard to give up the old concepts ,.
.L! Coll 473-3288 .! eventually perish from theearth" that we have dominionover r rtr
or 473-4182 the broughtby a
____= was message everything, without regard -
__ _
____ _-- Lyman Rogers of Ocala,for- for the consequences"
BOWLING NEWS mer president of Conservation the speaker said. 4
The Northeast Florida 70's, In a talk at the Rotary "No other state is as aware ;1trM4
bowled on November 14 ; Club of Keystone Heights last of Its environmental dilemmaas ;
ford at Jet Lanes Friday. Florida" he added, pointing
Jones Team bowled Il' Rogers said that a peninsula, out that developers are
team. Bellalr Homes, ; such as Florida, I Is very vul- beginning to realize that point
taking one game. Mable nerable from a conservation of stress can be reached In
of Jones team had standpoint particularly In regard the number of people that can
of 180 and also high to water-- and stressedthat survive in any given area. "If
623. Team ending up the state is using its water we continued to allow helter-
for total. faster than the annual rain- skelter development without
December 12 Travel fall rate of 57 Inches, and having any controls, our environmentwill J
will be playing In to draw on underground not last out our lifetimes,
Starting time 1 p.m. reserves. much less :hose of our chIld-
will be playing Gator The speaker said that onlyIn ren and grandchildren," the I
of Jacksonville. recent years has the term speaker said.
ecology evolved with the realization
DUPLICATE BRIDGE by modern man that In emphaslng the water supply
Winners for Tuesday, "all living things are inter- problems of the state, Rogers ____ J
wore: First Mrs. Bill r related" and that if one partof said that South Florida is
lett and Mrs. F. M. nature suffers or becomes destined to become a desertif
Second Mrs Val ; extinct It affects every other the present rate of water Conservationist Lyman Rogers (right) Is by pro I
Mrs. Paul Johnson; living thing, including human use Is continued without plan- gram chairman Jim Chossington at last Friday's Rotary
Mary Cook and Mrs. beings. ning foris the future. Central Club luncheon
Grollck and Fourth, Rogers said that modern man also in trouble, he
Frank took and Mrs. brought with him three things said due to the heavy demands could be in trouble In yearsto Avenue, Winter Park, Fla.
Wilson that are causing trouble to- made on the underground water come unless conservation Rogers said man has a natural
Winners for Thursday day. These are: supply by the phosphate indus- measures are observed. lie said Instinct to Improve and
1The conviction that man's try. Many wells are having to that nine wells drilled In 0'- develop his surroundings. "But
destiny Is to subdue the earthto be redrllled In this area, Rogers Leno State Park had been foundto what Is Improvement he
Final Rites serve his own needs said, and salt water intrusion be salty. asked. "True progress Is
2The ability and new found has been experiencedthree Rogers warned about plans he change brought about by man
For Miss technology to accomplish these or four miles back from said were already being formulated which Improves the total livIng -
rosettes for things quickly the coast in the New Port Rich- to construct a system of experience for all. It Is
Melrose runner-up Sa- 3-- The conviction that he ey area. There is only a mar- aqueducts In the future to tap not change for the sake of
s. has the right to convert all ginal water supply now for North Florida's water supplyto change, or change that benefits
Services for Miss blue ribbons natural resources Into personal Tampa and the Tampa Bay a- serve Central and South t lo- the individual at the expense -
Maul, 22, of Friday of 22 blos riches for himself, at the expense rea, the speaker said. rlda. of his fellow man."
at 10 a.m. St entries were of nature and fellow human North Florida is in better "The future depends on how The speaker was Introducedby
liam's Catholic Church beings. shape water-wise than the rest soon we learn to recycle our Col. James Chesslngton who
stone Heights,with Fa outside" cate- "We are living through a of the State, Rogers said, but water and stop wasting It by said that Rogers was a long
ile. Imhoff Officiating. categories were dumping excess water Into the time friend when they were
... ... _. ... _. .
Miss Marr,a beauty lIhouse camel w This be In the service together
v Cv.k 3.2+Lvlo'"vG7F..8' >ob2'ffo10 QWoMWW ;%W7vVWWWJWWVVSWNews = sea. water should retained -
was born' In ;:I: so it will return to the Mr. Rogers! Is founder and
March 13, 1949. She 1,000 blossoms 1 1By underground acqulfer for futureuse served as president of Conservation -
member of the Catholic ( by private and Notes -l ," Rogers said. 70's. Inc. for two
Surviving are her growers from years. This statewide organization -
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Marr ; and South i Helen Egan As a starting point to help of scientists, ecologists,
rose; one brother, John reverse the trend of abusingthe legislators, and private citizenswas
Marr, Jacksonville; Ellis are enter- MELROSE HOMEMAKERS of gifts will follow the regular environment, Rogers sug- responsible for sponsoring -
grandfather, J.H. ; season as show All the thrills and excitement business and program meeting gested the appointment of a 56 conservation bills that
Shannon, Miss. of eight of Christmas time were dis- which starts at 10 a.m., followed member of the notary Clubto became law during the last
The Rosary was Tallahas played at the Homemakers Club by a covered dish lunch- serve in the capacity of legislative session.It
Jones Chapel In Atlanta Bazaar In Melrose last Saturday environmental liaison, to report was announced by presi-
Heights at 7 p.m. Ga., and Col- A Joint meeting for November eon.Mrs.. Imogene RIttenberg, on developments in this dent Jim Whatron that the club's
Dec. 2.Services. ) S.C. and December was held County Extension Agent will area. As a clearing house for annual Christmas party; will be

...._'..........._.._..........._.._..'...'..'.'.''.._.'J.._ on December 2, followed In the Install new officers for 1972 information he suggested contacting held Friday night Dec. 10, at
:; ; ;; ;;"; ;;;; :: follows Mrs. Mildred Pay- : Environmental Information -
: afternoon with a workshop.Mrs. as : the Garden Restaurant In
Held t W.H. Allen, president, ton president,; Mrs.Marguerite Center, 935 W. Orange Starke.
J, '.. as well as all her faithful mem- Quagllano, vice president; -
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For Mrs. bers worked together In pre- and Mrs. Robert Dodd, secre
i paring and selling their handIwork tary-treasurer. Mrs. Payton Set For Dec. 11 !
The club house was gaily Hearing
At KeystoneServices will appoint her committeewill I
decorated with a Chrltmas appoint her committee
was dis- motif plaque greeting the visi- chairmen, and at the January In Child I Molesting Cases t
for Mrs. disabil tors on the front door. Display 19 meeting, a discussion will
Turner, 38, of Lake several tables were laden with every- be held in regard to changingthe
21 south of
years Arraignment and home on Highway ,
3 preliminary
held at
were p.m. thing for the holiday season. of the
a result of his name club. Melrose later in me 101-
hearing on five day,
Jones Memorial charges of child
This annual bazaar is the
The 10
numer- a.m. sew- lowing Identification of the truck
Rev. Lawrence Carroll f club's one porject of the season ing class for members continues molesting against John Aaron .
and citations. -
Clark of Melrose .ie was driving by witnesses to
ting. Interment was In ;I wUl be held
in which members havean
Col Hut- to meet through December.
stone Heights Cemetery \ opportunity to realize some at 4 p.m. Saturda, Dec. 11, the Incident.
DeWitt C. Jones In the shipyard before Justice of Peace Vicky The cases were transferredto
Income for their labors well
and was ,as MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB followIng
Weigel In MlddJeburg. Judge Welgel's court -
arrangements. Miami Beach as contribute a percentage to Mrs. Albert Bachmann, president the death Sunday of Judge
Mrs. Turner, a beauty Repair He the club treasury. A newcomer reminds all membersof Hutchison.
tor, was born on Dec. affairs, ser Is amazed at the fellowship the Christmas program and Warrants for Clark's arrest
In the Melrose area, Community"t of the South displayed, and the congeniality luncheon at 12 noon on Decem- were Issued following complaints
Tuesday, Nov. 30. Associa of everyone toward one another.At ber 15. Mrs. W.R. Bardot will by several parents of
Surviving are two of the Port the buslnes s meeting on be guest soloist and will be children In the Keystone
Valerie Sue and ; president of December 2, plans were made accompanied at the piano by Heights school at a hearing S.E. MCKAY
Turner; and one son ; for the annual Christmas party; Mrs. Florence Janes. Lunch before the late Judge Graham REALTOR
Lynn Turner, all of of the Dade on December 16 at 10 a.m. eon hostesses will be Mrs. Hutchison of Lake Geneva last
eva; two brothers, ; Council; This will be a social affair Ernest Bartlett Mrs. Carl Ilag- Friday: afternoon. Bond was set Keystone Ht.. 4/3.4816
Jordan, Palatka; and Crime Com- with members and prospect glund, Sr., Mrs. J.W. Benny, at $2,001 on each charge, totalIng -
Jordan. Jr., Melrose: Miami tive members bringing a home- and Mrs. Donald Aska. $10,005, and has been postedby HOMES ACREAGES
ther, Mrs. Mary of the made gift, of approximately$1.- the defendant.
latka; a sister, Mrs. Chamber 50 value, to exchange. PERSONALSMr. The Incident, Involving several RENTALS
Buzz, Fort l-auderaaie; and Mrs. Albert Bach- third grade children, Is
granddaughter. ( ) SENIOR CITIZENS mann were surprised when Louis said to have occured Friday Mr., /Hii.n 47.4 740
Christmas comes to the Senior Kyle called them the even- morning on school property, Col.. J. Ch.../ |, 473.4670
metropolitan sold out Citizens Club of Starke on Ing of December 3 from Tor- along Nightengale; Avenue Pmrh.l L J. Kahln.on, Cun 475-10"- I
In the Miami Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 1 p.m. In rance. Calif and reported that where children cross to and
the Pratt Street recreation hall. from the school play area.
Florida look- Gifts will be brought for exchange they are comfortably suited, Clark was arrested at his
spot for and will be presentedIn but lonely at times. Since
found what he Christmas time la the time for ---------- --
( a very novel way. Bill RIchards -
near remembering such benefactorsas
) Lake Geneva, .will The be annual master of Christ-ceremonies Louis and Dell Kyle, who USED CAR and moved his their
mas cake will be served with !gave much so many,

of. retirement beyerages provided by the club. lundreds of friends may send O
1970 to ac- No further meetings wUl be held Christmas card greetings, to ar a
by Gov. In December. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle, 740
Justice of the W. 214 th St., Torrance, Calif.
4, Clay Coun-
which he held Expressions: sympathy
death. Last Christmas party will be condolence are extended to the
\ ;' held by the club which now family of the late Hazel Mc-
was as appointed the Chief meets at Gadara Baptist Church Kay, whose funeral services EVERYTHING PRICED TO SELL !
the McRae community
of the 4th hall In core held in the Community
Smith Lake, An exchangeScouts hurch
lie Past near on December 4.
was a
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Keystone-Mel- "' -"">>."{:. r r -. :"rrr:" .-.- rrrf rYrr.lrrrrrrv........;:..Y..;.;:.;:.'.;.;.;.;.;.'.;'.;.:;.:;.;:.;:.;.;',::::

/ I In Assn.Post202 the ,Flo-and, I; Plant Pines 1 rr 1ii Air Power Automatic

Assn. '66 CHEVROLET Air PO'terAutomatic!
At Camp Montgomery r$

A year-long tree growing areas. '61 FORD CONVERTIBLE

contest got under way Saturdayas The Scouts volunteered their
What more than 100 North Florida services for the project since REAL SHARP -
Win Boy scouts took part in a tree- they use the Camp Montgomery
planting project at Camp grounds frequently for camping '64 CHEVROLET PKK4JP
for Junior Var Montgomery Conference Centeron activities
and nature study
team is 0-2 Crystal Lake between Starke Good Hunting Truck A
; for its and Keystone Heights. Steal on this one

LESS 1971 season. Scouts from five Troops in
to play Bradford, Putnam, and Duval '65 CHEVROLET Air Automatic
control game participating in plantIng We
) nights end- 5,000 one-year-old seedlings -
Don't on the conference grounds. '6S Standard V.8
Three thousand of the trees
of JV romped with Air
Indians were supplied by St. Regis Paper -
them gym and Marc Co., and two thousand by Repair
the Florida Divlson of '
17 of the 25
renting a Forestry. They were used to 66 COMET REAL SHARP!
replace trees that have died
fell 38-10 af
to from burning or other causes, TYPEWRITERS;
The control Interlachen play of- or otherwise removed.ClayBradford '66 DODGE) CORONET

you'll County Fores-
night in Inter
possible ter Allen Tarleton, who supervised ADDING 6 Cylinder with Automatic
the project, said that a
relax don't prize would be awarded to the
troop with the highest tree sur- MACHINES
r& year.vival rate at the end of one See Vic Vickery

; The Scouts planted the trees Bradford
by hand, with the use of dib-
bles, and before starting the County H&V MOTORS
Mtnbcr P.D.I.C. r operation received Instructionfrom

"Your ) leave for a District Forester Frank Telegraph

ments. ten year ago." trees for urban as well as rural

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DELAY.. SANrA Raiford News

voN't oqj. //S W"J..

By MayBelle Dobbs

Sunday was Foreign Missions

Joist of Florida, Inc. has Immediate opening for Day at Ralford Baptist Church

Secretory with fundamental skill*. Light typing knowledge and the pastor Rev. Singletary
gave some astounding Informa-
of basic bookkeeping practices helpful. One girl tion on projects that our Foreign EDWARDS FARM SUPPLY $200.00 DOWN brick and FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, con- FOR SALE3 Bedroom Home

office, pleasant working conditions, fringe benefits. Ap. Mission dollars have to CLASSIFIED AD RATES Complete line of Purina Feeds. block homes. Payments" as low crete block house near shop on 2 1/2 acres land. Have well
ping Low
ply 8:00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M. Monday through Friday. support. it should encourageus Minimum Charge ._'. 1.7} Cattle Wilson horse, hog, dog and as $70.00 a month. You may ment center.easy terms.down Call pay Bu- stocked fish pond. Pecan: and
to give generously.
cat. Toomer Fertilizer. qualify if you earn between fruit trees. 912,500 $7200
Visitors at church Included (Covers IS word) Cattle horse, worming: $70 and $140.00 a week. Call ford Mitchell, phone 964-6760, down. Monthly payment 60.63.
Owen Joist of Florida Inc. Mrs. Nana Tompkins of Fort Crown P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg. Call Bill
Each word over IS-7e medicines, all kinds. Costal Builders, 9648337. Powell Real Estate
Lincoln City Road (S-100-A) White, Mrs. Sibbie Knox of Bermuda Clay ttcng. tfchg. Broker 964-6464. tfchg.
Stark FloridaWINTER Union, S.C., Donnle Keer of lOc Extra Charge If not 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
Spartanburg, S.C., and Mrs. paid In advance FOR SALE: Beautiful home and TWO BEAGLE puppies 4 month 641 ft on Hwy; $8,500.00 Cash
V.G. Hall and children of Or- CLASSIFIED yard, 3 bedroom, completely old. Free, Must give good home. Call Bill Powell, Broker. 964- O.C. Carnes Nursery
lando. DISPLAY reflnlshed. \New; tile floors, Phone 964-6479 after 5p.m.ltp. 6464 or 964-6810 Thousands of Plants
Ronnie Freeman of WorthIngton $1.50 Per Inch
stove, refrigerator, air conditioner -
Springs visited Mrs. heater, and drapes. 326N. BUILDING: LOTS on SR. 16. Trees
Memorial. Reooliitlono LOST Black and White female
Mary Freeman Sunday night. Myrtle St. Phone 9646240. Building Lots on SR.230.Build Evergreens Camellias
Proclamation., etc hound, wearing C.B. Stubbs
-7e word
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lawsonhad I tchg. name plate. If found, call 782- ing Lots on SHe 100. Call 3111 ''Azaleas, Roses
l'' : PlMO"t ULA'J BRANltlfcb: and IRU3 as Sunday guests her nephew CARDS OF THANKS 3690. lip. Powell, Broker, 964-6464 or Moat< In cans plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
hR.ii.:. buJnq platen' d.ti'utt<". 'mv Donnie Kerr of Sparten- SO words or lees .-.3.00 FOR RENT: Furnished duplex 9646810.
.II \ salt thai"Quid, t...,.1,dfi'IM j" healthy burg, S.C, who la attending aoartment. 2 bedrooms wall to .
Each M ,
S ,
word 50 E. of Stark
over -7e DANNY'S Hwy. lOt
I nat. Junior College in Lake City.; wall carpet freshly pointed nmnmMuaaBBBiSTNG
SB I ( "bl"9 ',"b, h.lpp.t, I rh.n II, slI Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat $125.00 month No children or PHOTOGRAPHY ; Florahome 65J-216S

I i .'Ih, ....n..r -*."d. and Ramona were weekend FOR SALE 1964 Plymouth Fury pets. 630 W. Francis St. Inquire WEDDINGS)
: S ,.. , l* In.ur.dGainesville Leslie In 'lltusvtlle. Condition). looms, 964-8410. Itchg. COMMERCIAL The Glass Shop
Mrs. Nana Tompkins of Fort 1\
\ % available' 114 N. Walnut HOMES
\ White Saturday night FOR SALE 70 Chevrolet
SAPP'S was a FOR RENT: Trailer lot, on :: Starke 964-8188. Glass
>.. and Sunday guest of Mrs. Ger- F.P.L. Call after 5:00 4 dr. Impala gold, auto shift, .
376-1766 tie Hart. 964-8238. tfchg. radio and heater. 200.00 cash AVAILABLE/ FOR For '' '";,: .. ,: -
TREE SURGEONS Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Law- and take up finance balance SAVE ;.00:0.

202WEATHER N.W. 6thSt son have as their guests this $2,100. See at 128 N. CourtSt. These Long Distance YOUR LOT AH CARS and TRUCES
week Mrs. Sibbie Knox of "FUR SAIL"VW.. armln Call 964-8618, Mrs. Smith. Installed While.U-Walt
Union, S.C., Mrs.Lawson's mo Chla 1960-Loaded with acceso- Up. Phone Calls
rles-None works. Little school We now handle air line Custom Vinyl Auto Tops

ther.Mr.. and Mrs. Daniel Lawsonhad teacher never did own this one. $3,500
tickets and
FOR RENTFurnished & unfurnished cruises, tours. 1017 N. !Main GainsMARY
as Sunday dinner guests 12 owner car. Will sacrifice for
Mr. and Mrs. Dorscy Fish of less than $5,000,000. Will reel apartments In town W. offer a special package
In slowly. 964-7358. Itchg. also house In country. W.II.
Macclenny.Mr. you
Tour of New
/ and Mrs. Louis Marton tfchg 1600 SO. FT.
entertained 12 members of the Disney World
Junior Bovs Sundav School ATTENTION : Call 964-7449 OFUVlHO

Class with a cookout at their .
A home last Saturday night. Bradford County ler BrownVolkswagen TOWN FINANCE CO. AREA CARTERPAINTS

The hosts were assisted by Mr. ResidentsBuy P.O.
226 N.
and Mrs. H.B. Barrington and Temple

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Sapp. CALL
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Roberts your pick-up covers at ,
/ / had as a weekend guest their dealer's prices direct from

granddaughter, Miss Catherine our factory in Ocala. SLADE
Miner of Jacksonville.Mr. SAME

and Mrs. V.G. Hall and Show us Bradford Coun Hew' .t viedBales t.fI: ).
..."'f, children of Orlando were week- your HOME
X'If' ty Driver s License and save Service
j,1"ltt.: end guests of Mr. and Mrs.Don PRICEAS
I4 sA middle man's profits .
#', Alvarez and family. covers
1 MI. North of Tire MafiaAINEBVILLE
...... !",
We welcome Mr. and Mrs. for any ii.. trucks starting SERVICESFor
4 ; Marvin Sellers and family of at 139.00 and up.
Starke to our community, and BAITSSALE
..-:I hope their stay will be a long This offer for limited time

I :." and happy one. only' Inflation(
r ;I I J.C. Prevatt Jr. of Gainesville 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand Can Jacksonville
." visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Call Or Write cleaned at Dahmors Dis-
Dobbs Monday afternoon. count fast service tfchg Collect 102 E. BROWNLEE
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as Pioneer Campers $ ]0 And Up 78-4O5

; t weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALEGibson Guitar $100
Otis Green and family of Jacksonville 123 N.W. 13th St.
cash (firm). Call 964-7337

Miss Catherine Miner of PH. 622-5260 Taking; applications for

Jacksonville was a Saturday
guest of Miss Debbie Gr f1s. SEWING 235
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Harris
were among those attending the General Farm New Brick :3 and 4
wrestling matches In Jack- moving-In, Fla. Call Flume pHN MO ILa HOMCl, INC., MACHINE Bedroom Homes
sonville last Thursday night. 964560&WATSON'S & Western Store Call for Details!
Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs had Ucl1A' Sales and Service

.' as Saturday guests Mrs. Hazel LAKE BUTLER PFAFF NECCIII Low Down Payment

the exciting new AUTOMATIC Southall and daughter, Jan, and I New HomeUniversal and- Moderate Monthly
Mrs. James Southall, all of
JIM. DIAL ywr umfaHl who had been visiting here, returned Manjc brands of now vacuums small. : Acreage, large or $49:50 up LONG CHAMP HOMES
Push button te Urt er Buyers waiting. Strout Gulf ServiceUSED
home with them. 39.00 tip. Used machines from
HOME HEATER :.. Friends of Larry Roberts, $10. Expert Repairs all makes. Realty; Inc. 2117 N. Temple PARTS Parts & Repairs on Phone 9M-6853

son of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Pacts and Accessories. for all' Ave. 964-6609 or 964-8238. all other Make Ma- 301 Booth

now f IVM you mmmxlng Roberts, will be glad to know, vat.-uu.A8. Built in Central vac- tfchg. Tev Prices for Wrecked Can chines.NA1IONAL. SUrteTF"

that he is home from Alachua umn vleanlng systems."'tKt: N. I'' 14 Hoar Wrecker Service
SWEEPING ?%58 HEAT u nerai nospiiai, aitnougn tie Main, Gainesville 3767110CHRISTMAS LOTS' FOR SALE starke coif Fuel Oil 9 9CainuyiIJe. cleaned
Is still confined to his homeIn & Country Club, ready' for'building .. SEWING \ ctnn ,

The spiral louw la the floor beat outlet era motet dtliea totoUte Lake Butler. We pray that TREES, for sale, on or for Investment Vied Car Florida oiled and adjusted in your
beck and forth- mttfpinj the hoat an the .... An newfa he Is soon completely well. various sizes and prices. Mrs. Lots area approximately 1/2 Ilwjr. 101 N. W Ice 378.1355 home, 500. Vacumn cleaner
parfonnanoa, ctyUnc and exdtfc coin* this" new StBOUOlfhra Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Dobbs W.A. Stern,phone 964-5611.4tp. acre and larger. Paved roads MSIMSREFINISniNG repairs also. AH work guarant
3 minutes from town.
*you' a new dimmiai; to he***oamjart. SM K easel"it's and Torrie, and Wayne Souls, 12/23. only eed. Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone
all of Jacksonville, were Sat- Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.tfchg. 431-1428 Uchg

urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. CUSTOM SEWING-Fashion Fa-
brics. 114 E. Call St. Phone '
964-8344. 4tp 12/9 FOil ItrNT-: 12 wide, 2 bed-
AT REDUCED RATES: AND USED room trailer outside city lim-

Better At" CHILD CARE FOR RENT- One bedroom fur- AUTO. FIRE. BOAT I its, J.M. Uhitc, 964-6114, if
nished apartment $85 per mo. DOYLEE.CANNERINSURANCE ; SALES no answer call 064-8799. .
Bradford Village Apartments.Just PARTS .
north of Bradford High ....
"THE PLAYHOUSE" lect 372-4766, Gainesville. 4tp. UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK Deep nnd Shallow Wells
12/30. A Hole in Your Hoof Water Softeners and

COMPANY CHILDREN 1025 W. MADISON ST. ONE! of the finer things of Or A Expert Reproduction FiltersPlumbing FURNITURE;

<431< W. Call St. Phone 964-S827 ALL ACES life-Blue Lustre carpet clean : WFIOLENEW C. E. JACKSON Supplies Quality Hume Furnishings
JOY ROWE er. Rent electric shampooer
STARKE FLORIDA $1. Devrtck, Inc., Builders 1313 W. Madison Starke I EXPERT SERVICE ON Custom Urjperle"

o PHONE 964-8465 Hardware & Supplies, Starke, ALL MAKESPJlO'iE e Carpeting

Fla. ROOFJ : 964.7061DURRANCE Interiors by Victor

1600 Park Ave. Orange Park

OUT OF TOWN: 2 1/2 acre & J Roofing Co. FOR SALETen 264-9331 rf

farm with house priced at
!,,500.00, paved road. A.J. Phone 96( 1-S778 PUMP & SUPPLY CO.

Your home and our Thomas, Heal tor. '1'e1. 964- IIIway 301 South acres on Forsythe

5701. tfchg. Road and 5 acres at WE .REPAIR and sell nearly FOR SALE; 200 Acre Pam: ,
safe vault every needle made for any 80 A. cleared, bal. In timber,
deposit are
FOR SALE Adorable silver Lawtey on paved road. brand stereo regardless of age. dwellings, barns, tobacco allotment

different baskets miniature poodle. AKC regis WATER FRONT LOTS Also the long play records at paved road Terms,
two tered. $75 Contact Betty Rupeat FOR SALE CONTACT $1 t off regular price at Dah- A.J. Thomas, realtor,Tel. 964-
On Crosby Lake and Crosby
mer's Discount. 5701.
Priest's 5 & 10. Itp.
Lake Canal. )Canal? 50 feet
wide, 8 feet deep) Located on GEORGE; ROBERTS]
FOR SALE 20 State
acres on 100 3 miles West
State Road ,
Road Phone 782-
125. Lawtey,
of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-
3544. It. tion cottage, mobile home or PHONE 964.7826
investment. WELDING SHOP
FOR SALE: 2 repossessed mo- Prices start at $1.295.00, $200 421 W, MADISON ST. Vicon
bile homes. A deal of a life down and $35.00 month for 36 Whispering Pines .)fp.t .

time. Olin's Mobile Homes wtonthg ((8 1/2 7 simple Inter STUDER'S VARIETY STORE, el 1 US 301 S. Phone
Sales, 100 West Starke tfchg. )
Bradford County's; Smallest 964.8252UTILITY
964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 StoreLowest Prices. 5 ml. made to your

I' m ;i-ir-/| p.m.'weekdays. tf South on 301. Christmas Gifts- TRAILERS individual hearingrequirements
If you are Interested In considering all new stock: 45 DC. MelamIne CUSTOM BUILT
selling all or part Dinnerware for 8 10.98 7 GAS AND ELECTRIC at no

of the farm or acreage you own DON'T merely brighten pc Gold or Avocado Glass WELDING BRAZING additional cost.
or control we would like to Beverage Set 1.77-TJe:
carpets: .. Blue Lustre them.. SHEET METAL
discuss It with you. Rent sham Range-Top Glass Coffee Ser- HITCHE3 ALL
no rapid resoling TRAILER MAKE HEARING
ver, 4.00 Value, dls. price 2.98
Why leave all your best eggs- jewelry, We have prospective buyers pooer $1.Hardware Devrlck,Supplies Inc. Builders our price> 1.97, Polaroid Cam- INSTALLEDFOR AIDS REPAIRED
stocks, important papers in one home Interested in 10 to over 100 Starke, Fla.JIMMY. era Specials, while they last .
acre farms or ranches In 9.98, Sunbeam Electric Clocks AINESVILLE
basket, easy prey for fire or theft?Truly safe. Bradford County 4.98. Men's Shirts 2.98, 27x SALE: 1957 Chevrolet Station HEARINGf

guard them in one of our convenient vault. 54 Rugs, premium quality, Wagon $200.00. 964-5868. AID .i:

protected Safe Deposit boxes-it: costs so STOCKTONWHATLEY DAVIN MOORE'S values to 11,00.4.98, Decorateyou Up. 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave ?y
home for
little I Rent yours today I Realtors SUN SPORTS Best Quality the Latex Holidayswith interIor FOR SALE- Puppies.' Will hold In. aville, Florida 3260)) :;0:
100 West Bay Street Wall until Christmas. Ceramic Nat-
I Paint 7.97 value Phone
376-0095 .
Jacksonville, Fla. 8 chord ;
set 18 pieces.
MOORE BOAT FOR now 3.97. Bayer's A.p1rInIOO'1l ivity 964-6528. ,a,& ..;.:
Itp. _
-- 5W, a lowest price In BC; organ. ,
REX K.( SMITH YOUR MONEY Draperies, Bedspreads & numerous =
FLORIDA Associate other FOR SALE: Store. 3 bedroom,

Starke Representative Starke Ph. 984-5791 Seeing! !I. Believing Holiday, Bargains.Come Band :, screened In porch, storage Building LotsAvailable'
Phone 984-7679
ft BUYII Coffee or Tea Free. room, big fruit stand C.F.
Complete Outboard Itp. Lake Butler Phone 496-
'BANK j AT' STARKE Stern Drive Service and Mllell I tchg.

0 Repair. Complete Fiber. FOR SALE 2 reg. Walker Need a lot for your dream
glad Repair. Custom. if PI. Will strike own game FOR RENT Mobile home on home? We've got 'eml :
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. gel II for 700.: OffBape1ies .. Good door or fox dogs 1100.00 Lake Geneva, central heat and utilities available. Financii 11
Punttare. Ea: ..*' built Fiborglatt Fishing each. One 6 air, lake and dock privileges also available. If ,
months Walker you're
Subsidiary of Florida National Banks of Florida ...a. Bradford Couatx l Boat Trailer Park. Rd. !r-
Inc. *"' puppy, fsO.oo. Coo l prospect. Lagasse's torested call ?. .star"' .
1 468-1119, Hampton lip. 100 call 473-4753. Flrlt. Inc:.' 9M-5000 at Flrfct
Stchg.: 12/23. Federal
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