Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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h )z ': r No. 21 Thursday, December 23, 1971 Copy

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" r0;" I Given Gibson Corporate Tax

I', \. 4, LegionAward

,i I 1 o Have Big

II I A citation for meritorious
service rendered beyond the
call of duty; has been presented -
former Post Commander
Lawrence H. Gibson by American -
!L Legion Post 56. Shaw

The presentation was madeto Effect:

Commander Gibson at his
home last Tuesday, Dec. 1 14,
by Frank Williams,another past
commander of Post 56. Williams Florida's
received the plaque at .
the Legion meeting on behall '1i\\ 11 day legislative
Wishing r r of Gibson. ', '; session which saw a

The award could be presented 1 :f'-r. historic Income tax
for man achievements while ,
Gibson served as post adjutant placed on the net Income -

and post commander, says r .' tt of corporationsIs
present Post Commander Bill \
Scogglns, such as Gibson's ser- I' 1 1V expected to havea
ving as director and secretary-: '\ l major effect on thestate's
treasurer of the Bradford Coun II.
11 ty; Fair while the American Legion consumers,
was sponsoring It, for according to Hep.
tt moving the old Legion home Gene Shaw.
from Call Street to the site '

where the new courthouse Is "It will have a tremendous
now located and many others.
.A. effect on some consumer -
But more significant Com- ," Shaw says, pointing out
mander Scogglns says, Gibson's that Florida has here-to-fore
accomplishments as director gone directly to the consumer "
: of Veterans and Adult Educa for Increased revenue via a ,;
tion for the Bradford County; sales or property tax. "

We join jolly old St. Nick in Immediately school system following for many/\ World years 4 '" ,h Latest be derived estimates from of the revenueto new

. ... War D.,It was through Gibson's corporate Income tax Increase
1sIung'ever'one'; everywhere, effort that many veterans""ad- the expected revenue volume
> shrx
ed the
through" mass of paperwork ., from $100 million to as high
happiness and good cheer now and always. to complete their high as $175 million Shaw says, i'
school education and
r/1.. because of the way the for-
training following WW Q. :
,.. mula for calculating the tax
} tr was written In the special session
(See Pog. 12A) .,: $125 to $130 million Is

1 : Jaycees Donate conservative figure, Shaw says.

Only exemption granted by
3 ChrlStm Rec Board the Legislature was to Insurance -
: ct companies who alreadypay
Food Certificates an insurance premium tax.
The new tax Is set at five

Three needy families In the TermsQuestioned '. per cent of net Income with
Starke area received $10 food ;- the first $5,000 exempt, Shaw
certificates for Christmas this ht pointed out, which protects
week donated by the Starke small businessmen. Formulafor
Jaycees calculating the tax Is based
,J. cent property owned, and 25
Committee Chairman Wayne .' ", per,cent payroll, Shaw says
Phillips said the food basket
certificates Is an annual project t Length of the Starke Recreation .. Reason the Income from the
of the Starke Jaycees to --.AJ Board's present five-year corporate tax Is expected to
help make Christmas a little terms will undergo scrutiny, be greater is because the Legislature -
brighter fore some of the unfortunate ) -- -- the City; Council decided Tuesday ; Is. Increased the percentage -
rF Happiness .
families of the Starke night. of sales on which the tax
area. He said the Jaycees decided : Councilman Jimmy McRae Is based.In .

that food certificates said In Ms opinion, five yearsIs ... being horn for the holiday, even If it doesn't passing the new corporate
would allow the families more : too long for a recreation Income tax. the Legislaturegave
leeway In choosing the kind F? board member to serve. The seem much like Christmas with all Bradford's worm tax relief totaling $76
of food they want for Christ matter was brought out when w.ath.r. million In other areas. Repealed -
mas. Food baskets sometimeshave Rec Board Chairman James Pretty Ann Terwillegar, Bradford's Strawberry by the Legislature were:
canned goods and other Bloodworth asked the council Queen who attends Wesleyan College in Macon, Co., -The four cent sales tax
Items which the family might to approve reappointment of i it as happy a* anyone to be back home again. on residential per rentals, a $13.1
not usually eat. Mrs. Ann Godwin to the recreation "I've' never been through anything like that." Anne million savings. Justification
The food certificates canonlybe board for another says of her first experience with college examinations for the repeal was that home-
used at one local store In term.
owners don't pay sales tax on
Starke and are good for food
The council, on motion of their home payments.The .
Items Phillips said
Councilman Vernon SUcox, ap-
Intangible tax on money
fireman battle blaie Plata Motel provea' Mrs Godwin's reap-
County at Monday night. which was set at one mill.
potntmen and asked that an Investigation
Savings to taxpayers will a-
i of the matter be Line Foreman
mount to about$1 million. Reason
held. The council agreed to
for the repeal was that
Volunteer Firemen Chairman Nell Tucker's suggestion nobody paid the tax anyway,
that the Recreation Shaw says.The .
Board and the council's Recreation -
sales tax on utilities,
;y, : Committee of Councilmen Demotion Hit electric and phone bills, was
SUcox and McRae
review -
repealed. will give taxpayers -
II the matter In a Joint session -
relief totaling$30.3 mil-
Contain Motel FireTheir and give Its findings to
Ehranuin; (!trier: the council In February. lion.Written Into a previous tax

McRae questioned the act By CouncilmanDemotion bill was an automatic repealof
NEW YEAR'S EVE that there are few changes In the corporate net worth tax
Christmas the recreation board's mem- passed In 1970 if the corporatetax
party suddenly
PARTY Interrupted Monday night- side of the city. lodge but will prove expensive. bership. Bloodworth said that was passed by the people.This .
By the time fire units from
The volunteer fire department Is so, stating It Is necessary should amount to a savings -
county; volunteer firemen Lawtey and Klngsley Lake arrived county; -
Friday, Dec. 31 rushed to contain a blaze at on the scene, the county; and those In Lawtey, to have board members with of the foreman of Starke's of $32 million over the
the Plaza Lodge on US-3C1 Just Klmrsley Lake. Brooker, and common goals and who work next fiscal year.
had the blaze line
9 to 1 A.M. north of Starke. uished. nearly exting Waldo all have mutual aid agreements xgether. He Indicated he feels power crews because of Job absenteeism An attempt to repeal the cane
to calls for changing board members Justto was hit by City Councilman pole tax on fishing was made,
MUSIC BY The county fire department "An electrical short Is believed answer get a different person on but failed In the Legislature
assistance.This Jimmy McRae at
Tuesday night's meet-
received the call at 11 p.m. to have started the Is not always In the Recreation mostly because republicanssaid
JIMMY STICKLAND Monday night and responded blaze," Green laid "In the was the second blazeat Department's best In- ing. It helps them with welfare -
by calling both the Lawtey and the Lodge within the year. constituents Shaw
center of the motel wing. terests. well with says.
didn't sit
COMBO Klngsley Lake Volunteer Fire In October complete new roof "It Just man.McRae also the
Departments for assistance According to Green, the fire was put on die Lodge followingthe Bloodworth himself the only me. I'd Uke to know"the feelIng appointment Wendell!questioned Grover "I voted fought, bled, and I
did not extensively damage the first pre original member of the Recreation did everything I could to keep
Line Foreman
$$10 Couple "At the time we' arrived wecouldn't Board which was said. Crew wu as foreman. Grover Is a young the bill (to kill the tax)alive,"
has been with
find the fire, said formed In 1958 who Is still lIam A. (Cigar) Andrews Is the employee who for Shaw says, even though some
County; Fire Chief Harry Green. In that McRae Is concerned about the electric department a- In his home didn't
serving. time the board'iblqet man county like
Starke Golf "This Is the reason we' called Who Had The Light Moved? has Increased from bout two years and has been
for assistance. classified as a lineman for It.A
And Country Club $5,000 to $30.000 and Blood- Electric DepartmentSuperln- eight months It was indica- move was also made to
"We had the fire contained worth says the scope of the tendent George Graudon, with ted. repeal the commission businesses -
Cewrtesy Of within 10 minute of our arrival Who ordered the street I light the corner when it was moved program has Increased at least the backing of the council's receive for collecting
but didn't know U until moved from 602 Alton Road last week Norman said. six times. Power Plant Committee of Councilman Billy Noegel the state sales tax, but that

Clff (! we' opened up) the roof That was the $64 question "Why was the light moved In other action Tuesday night Councilman One Wiggins and backed McRae to an extent repeatedly too failed
Sominunitu! "We thought It necessary to at the Starke City; Council meetIng George Councilman JImIJ'O'McRae the Council: Vernon Sllcox demoted An- saying the city: ; can- In other action In the 11-day
9tarBank have the extra water on hand. Tuesday, night. asked the power plant dres two weeks ago. McRae not afford to lose a lineman special session, the Legisla
-Was told the committee to also criticized the $36 week with Andrews'
Just In case we needed It." The matter was brought out superintendent per qualifications. :
Acc._.. New Insure1 when an Alton Road resident Investigate Insurance coveragefor pay cut Andrews took In being Rather than criticizing: the demotion tureRaised the maximum the
The unable to answer "Well on complaint of one volunteer firemen and demoted the status of a"grunt"
city: ; was Herbert Norman, the auxiliary to Noegel sought to keep
U T. presented state can contribute to
S20. OO nursing -
Ry of the citizens Graudon
call because the Lodge firemen and
(he council: a. petition bearing 12 auxiliary or beginning lineman. Andrews with the city: care from $300 to $350
'....r.1 Depesll IM outside the city; limits. names asking that the light plied. poUcenoent has not been met Andrews has been with the city; As much an Issue as the per month for skilled nursing

1",.._.. Grp.I. According to Green, the lodge be moved back to Its original "Are you talking about Ovid about 15 years and, everyone
U approximately 200 yards out position. Nobody likes It ont (See Page 12)) says, Is the city's top line (See Page 12A) (See Page 12A)



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i H M. HatchersAre Beta Sigma Phi Beverly McRaeTo Birthday Party
Nr cd
Hosts At Christmas Shaw Johnson Home
Party Wed Mr A t

Open House Monday NigH December 30 For Two SonsMr.

Col. and Mrs. Harry M. Hat- Gamma Theta chapter Beta Miss Beverly McRae and and Mrs Johnny Johnson -
d cher Jr. entertained at open Sigma Phi sorority held Its James Shaw will repeat nuptial gave a Joint birthday party
house last Thursday evening annual Christmas party; M0n- vows Thursday. Dec. 30, Saturday afternoon Dec. 18,

in their home on East Call home evening of Mrs., Too n'afin3'astrlcek--' at 6 p.m. In the First Baptist for their son, Shane, who will
street. Church with a reception following be five years old on Christmas
land on Edward Road with
The host and hostess greet- Mrs. Ben Moxley, cohostess.During In the and Fellowship relatives Hall. day, and their other IOn,
All friends are old
Jason who
ed their guest" at the door. :) the regular business was ol18l.ear
Invited to attend
Dec. 10. Mrs. ,
Inviting guest to the refreshment meeting Mrs. Arthur Patraywas on
P table were Mrs. S C. presented a bud vase engraved who Is a godmother, was. also
r r i Denmark and Mrs Clyde Sin with the Beta Sigma Phi Miss McRae was honored at a hostess.
clam emblem, containing a single a bridal shower Thursday evening The party was held at the
J yellow rose, the sorority; flower Dec. 16, given by Mn. home of the children's grand
E. Hitchcock and daughter, parents Mr. and Mrs. Don
"' 4 4 The dining table was covered for seven years of per-
with an Imported white fect .attendance at meetings.She Patsy, and Mrs. Dewayne Mc- Bagwell, on Mable Street. The
embroidered linen and lace also received' an award Rae at the home of the latteron animal and circus theme was
C 6r a n cloth centered with a Christmas certificate. Mrs. Ben Moxley Highway 18. refreshment carried out In decorations. The
table In the yard
r arrangement In blues and was presented warn identical -
r # L- greens, and silver candelabra gifts for IS years mem- A pink and white color schemewas was covered with a birthday
: zr; held burning green tapers. bership in the sorority. Chapter carried out in the party moppet cloth and had matchIng : -
f ,i decorations. The refreshment napkins. A Christmas arrangement -
and Mrs.
\j' '' Pouring punch and coffee were sponsor director
r Mrs. A. M. Rutledge.. Mrs. Virginia Darby and Mrs. H. table was covered with a lace centered the table.
.. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. Charles; A. Blshon. were given gold cloth and centered with an arrangement The 20 youngsters were served
Darby and Mrs. L. N. richer- and sliver evening purses and of white bells and punch and cake.
"" ra Ing. Beta Sigma Phi engraved Jewelry pink camellias. Twogames with .
prizes were enjoyed by the
r Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harden
Inviting guest" to the Florida dressed in festive 25 guests. and son and Mr. and Mrs.
ch room and patio were Mrs. Carl holiday attire and wearing Fred Crutchfleld: and son of
.- 4 Hurst and Mrs. J. Frank Mit- Christmas corsages made by The hostesses presented the Wewahltchka this
chell. Mrs. Gene Cox, then exchanged honoree with a set of Teflon : are guests
week of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
D/'anne Maureen Edwards Weds
/ gifts and enjoyed: an assortmentof cookwear as a memento of the Thomas In Starke and at
Christmas decorations
+ Mr. Pare In Methodist Church used throughout the home.were from Christmas rity stators goodies and brought servedMrs. occasion. the Thomas camp In the Scrub.

Larry McGrath of Fort Lau- Assisting In serving were an attractive buffet by Assisting In serving were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fieldof
Arthur and Mrs.Town..nd .
Miss Dianne Maureen Edwards derdale was host at a luncheon Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs. L. Patray Mrs. Dale Brown and Miss Tampa will be weekend guestsof
Strickland. Mrs.MMoley .
daughter of Mr. In the banquet room of the Sandra
F. Dlnklns, Mrs. Don Neel and Huggins. their son-in-law and daugh-
Mrs. James Maurice Edwards. Holiday Inn on Dec. 11 for the Mrs. Don Rardon. presided at the punch ter, Mr. and Mrs.George Flynn
Sr., and John Raymond Pare wedding party and friends. Jr.
WiHiams-Borcnnpn Ceremony of Boca Raton, son.of Mr. .,-M.._ .._ .._ ..- .._ .._ .._.. ,_u ..__ __--. ---. -_.. --. .- -- -. -..
I Performed/ In Orlando, Nov. 26Miss and Lauderdale Mrs. J. B.were Pare united of Fort In fi

marriage at 4 o'clock Satur- 8
Martha Ann Bohannon Mrs. C. D. Bohannon of Or- day, Dec. 11, In the First United -
of Gainesville, daughter of Mr. lando and Mrs. Robert Williams Methodist Church with
and Mrs. Elmer Lee Bohannon of Gainesville.They were Rev. D. T. Farabee Jr. per- d -
of Orlando, and John Arthur assisted serving by Mrs.Victor forming the nuptials. T & .
Williams of Gainesville, son of Herring of Myrtle Beach, Baskets of white gladioli \ 1' I
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lemuel S. C. Misses Jana Godwin of mums and pompoms againsta 8eting8
Williams of Starke were unitedIn Starke and Wendy Williams of background of branched can-
marriage ,Friday Nov. 26, Gainesville passed out rice delabra with white tapers and 1'I
at 3:30: p.m. in the North Park bags. greenery panels decorated the N
Baptist Church, Orlando. The Following a wedding trip to altar. Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist -
double-ring ceremony was per- the east coast, the couple Is presented a program S '
formed by Rev. Jack A. Shaw residing at 400 N. W. 21 Lane, of nuptial music. N ors. '
of Gainesville. Apt. 58, Gainesville. The bride Michael Pare served his bro- t ., ,,
Decorating the altar were two traveled in a white and ma- ther as best man and the ushers ra N
white and yellow arrangements roon wool dress and Jacket. were William L. Springer AT
of gladioli and chrysanthemums She also wore a sapphire pen- and Maurice Edwards Jr., eO! this most festive of all/ Seasons, N
against a background! of candel- dant that was given to her brother of the bride.
abra with white tapers and by the groom as a wedding Mrs. J. M. High attended e# wish and the happiest t of .
gre.r..ry.Garwood. present. her sister as matron of honor. we you yours
Sxuitmler of Or- The bride graduated from Bridesmaids were Mr*. GayleE. Thank for ff
lando, organist, and Mrs. Harry Edgowater High School In Or- Thomas and Miss Patricia Holidays. you your patronage y... _
Max DuBose of Hickory, N. U. Edwards, niece of the bride. ?.. ...'" ro... ,. ..'w.
C. soloist, a cousin of the lando College and la of a Education.senior at of The F. All attendants were gowned alike \ ......:. S and good will, which indeed makes our"1" .nl'e ,,,. ,, :'J ....... ,

bride, presented a program of Is a graduate of BUS In floor length blue and i it
groom day-to-day business a privilege and pleasure
nuptial music. and U. of F. and teaches at avocado green paisley print
Richard 1.. Williams of Tallahassee Westwood Junior High SchoolIn georgette gown with mandarin R
attended his brotheras Gainesville. collar, long bishop sleeves,
best man. Frank L. Williams Entertaining the couple priorto and accented by avocado green
of Starke and Bennie velvet sash. They wore matchIng : _
the wedding with several N w I
G. Williams of Savannah. Ga., showers and parties were: Mrs. bows In their hair with -unwn v ,
brothers of the groom, servedas E. L. Bohannon Jr., GaInesville avocado green veils, and car- ,

Mrs.usher E. L. Bohannon Jr. of Mrs.; Charles Mrs. Gerald Arnold and Hosford.Mrs. ried nosegays daisies of and white pompoms and lavender -, \r., : T ;

Gainesville, siater-ln-law of and baby breath. 4' .1
Everett Akers, all of Orlando,.
the bride served as matronof at showers!a dinner party was Given In marriage by her I i ii
honor and the attendantswere given in talneevllleby Mr. father the bride wore a gown I a
Mrs. William C.Bohannonof and Mr. Robert H. Williams of Ivory Imported cotton lace :;
Gainesville slster-tn-law of over taffeta. Venice lace cir-
the bride, and Mrs. Harold F.:. the at rehearsal the Parliament dinner was House given in- cled the slightly raised waist- : : ,

Godwin, Starke, sister of the/;: Orlando by Mr. and Mrs. MackL. line and formed the mandarin \ i 0
groom. The attendants were Williams after the rehear- collar. ThelOl'lB bishop sleeves I IN
gowned alike In floor length sal dinner; Frank Williamsof with pointed, wide self-cufl i '
of royal blue velvet and
gowns Starke gave a bachelor party were edged In matching Venice -
wore a band of flowers In their ; for the groom. A breakfastfor lace. Her full gathered :
hair to match: their bouquets. skirt was topped with a self
the couple was given on
They carried bronze mums surrounding -. bow at the back waist center, 7
the wedding day by Mrs. ) i
a large yellow Fuji. Herring of Myrtle Beach, and her elbow length veil) of 4'
mum. S. C. and Mrs. William Tor- candlelight silk Illusion was ,
Given In marriage by her father
rey of Blue Hill, Maine, aunts attached to a double looped N
the bride wore a floor of the bride. bow matching: her gown. She
length white satin gown of em- carried a nosegay of white pompoms / ,, N
pire design and bishop sleeves. and detachable cymbid-

The bodice was enhanced with Floyd CrosbyHonored ium orchid.A .w p nr
Alencon lace and self-covered
reception held at the
buttons Her cathedral veil of A t home of Mr. and Mrs. Mau- % i : "i
Illusion was attached to a pillbox rice Edwards Jr. where baskets ii J 2r' : -- .
headpiece, also with Alen Retirement PartyThe of white gladioli, mums a_ .9, .....
con lace. She carried a cascade -
and pompoms were used. Mrs.
bouquet of white orchids Register Oil Company terreetedguests Top Row L to R: Gus Kopelousos, Robert Bruce Freddie
surrounded by a dozen yellow Top L to R: Joy Lovett, Lois Griffis, Eunice Portis, N
at the door, and Mrs. w. L.Frlsby .
honored Crosby at
Floyd a retirement Mae Blocker Bea Creamer
mounted Bible that Margret DeSue. Arron Anderson
roses on a Christmas party Sat- cousin of the bride, Yvonne McDanielsMiddle .\t
the carried throughouthis
groom tour of duty In Vietnam. urday Register night home at the on Freeman HamptonLake. kept The the bride's guest book.table was covered .\t Row L to R: Jone Smith,pat Hunter, "Tiny" Guertin, f.

The white from orchids the bouquet were to become removed with a white lace cloth Nathaniel Risby, (Absent for Picture) Earl DeSue Bottom Row L to R: Virginia Powell, Geo. Kopelousos,
white linen centered witha
had been with ,
Mr. Crosby over
the bride's corsage.A held .In the the company for 19 years and three-tiered cake topped with Bottom Row L to RRosa: Bellamy, Virginia Neats, Rose Shirley Locker, Lula Mae Coffee i '
reception was
Is retiring January 1. He was wedding bells and flanked by Koby Lois Woods
Fellowship Hall of the church i :
presented with a Lazy Boy Recliner silver candelabra with blue I Ir
where arrangements of white chair. lighted tapers. Mrs. Jack Bell,
and yellow gladioli and pompoms The 30 attending were employees aunt of the bride and Mrs.E. .
were used. Greeting of both the Starke and C. Long cut the cake. N
at the door C. D.
guests were Gainesville Register Oil Com- .
Bohannon of Orlando uncle of cowered
panies, their husbands and ,
the bride and Mrs. Ba- wives.A and presiding at the silver bowl
var of Orlando. Miss Joan Ua- Mrs. W. A. Edwards
dinner and social eveningwas was aunt
sery of Laurtnburg N. C. kept enjoyed. of the bride Mrs.Carl L.Johns \1Ili
the bride's book.
The bride's table was covered poured Assisting punch.In serving were We will close at 3 P.M. Friday, Dec. 24, and remain closed i

tablecloth with and a was white centered lace round with Chery Jones, granddaughter Misses Tara High Susan Edwards Saturday and Sunday Dec. 25, 26, In order that Staff may -:::::=: ==
of Mama Priest of Starke was and Debbie Edwards,nieces the ir
enjoy Holidays with their families.
a three-tiered cake decoratedwith
": ,Inducted Into the National Honor;; of the bride. Passing out ;/ I\
florets and
with yellow a bride and groom.topped The;:....Society; last week and also selected rice Kell bags were Jaml High and '
Thomas, nieces of the "
top layer rested on columns for Who's Who In American bride. N
High Schools. Chery,
with cupids underneath. Mrs-
Following a wedding trip to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Torrey of Blue Hill, ,
Maine cut the cake. Presiding ". George Jones of Jacksonville, Atlanta, Ga. and points north
at the punch bowls were' Is a senior at Lee High School. Raton.the couple 1* residing In Boca

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New Starke Chiropractic Center Monday NightAt

167 W. Call St. Across Prom Old Courthouse Stump Home

Dr. Ronald E. Dopson, Director Mr*. Virginia Darby and
Miss Lillian Stump entertained
j Formerly With Owen Research FoundationOf at dessert-bridge' Monday nightat I RESTAURANT 'i

Jacksonville For 3,Years the home of the latter on ,
Be.lent Road w / :
OFFICE HOURS: The seven table were centered "";

Mon., Wed., (,1. 9.12 and 3.6 with a red and white N
Christmas decoration. Mr*. W. .
jl TIr.*., Thurs., Sat. 9-12 Or By AppointmentPhono j jI H. Thomson of Monticello was L '

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AdultS/ Party Surprise Party

Held! At t Home Given

pf Carl HurstsThe For Two Jointly Honorees Baldwin Chevrolet Olds

Adult B. Sunday school
department of the First Bap. Mr. and Mrs. William George
tilt Church held their Christmas and Col. and Mrs.Harry Hatcher :,
Jr. entertained at a Joint AND
dinner at tit* home of
Mr. and Mrs Carl Hunt on surprise birthday party; on Sunday 4 ,
Searing Street Friday night evening for David George
A focal point In the living and Gayle Hatcher who celebrated
room was a white Christmas their 16th birthdays. Starl lie
tree with sink and gold orna- The fellowship room of the Chrysler PlymothJOIN
menU. The dining room table First Baptist Church was the
was covered with an 11- seen for the occasion and the
vadaco ffreen.lace Youth Choir members of the
over red
linen. Centering tile table church were tie guests.A beautIfUlly
was a gold Christmas arrange decorated cake In yellow /
ment. and white was shared by the
Table wWe set uj in the honor***. "
family room and porch and ;
were covered with red andgreen k
cloths. EacJ; was cen- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy
tered with a red and gold tinsel entertained at a Christmas family -
tre The traditional get-together Sunday at "
Christmas tree was at the far their horn on N. Walnut Street T
end of the family room. with 28 attending from Palatka tUL! .
Sen ing guests appetizers Jacksonville and Starke.
upon their arrival were Mrs. Birthdays were also celebrated -
Mary Jo Evans and Mrs. John by Mrs. Charles Hardy TO WISH YOU A
Greene. Others assisting Mr. and G. E. McCauley U of Jack- :\\IACB.\LU\\I'i! ) :
and Mrs. Hurst in serving were sonville.
Mrs. W.B. Johnson, Mrs.
George PIerce Mrs. Sonny Mr. and Mrs. Harry M.
Tenly and Mrs James Crosby. Hatcher m of Atlanta. Ga. are t
spending the holidays with their
Enjoying the occasion were parents. Col. and Mrs. Harry
45 member., husbands, wives M Hatcher Jr.
and guests.

Gary Browning and Walt
Fender of Jessup Ga. spent
Mr. and Mrs. R Crawford Monday to Thursday with Don
ford visited Ricky Hardy.
In Gainesville Sunday.
Barry Smith of Huron Ohio tiintAnd
Miss Jean Mundy and Mrs. 1* spending the holidays with
Patricia McLendonof Rock Hlli. his parents Mr. and Mrs X.(
S.C. are visiting Mrs. W.B. M. Smith
Mundy for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Case
Out-of-town guests at the and family of Panama City; are
DIanne Edwards-John Pare visiting Mrs. Case's mother
wedding Dec. 11 were Bonnie Mrs.Lu Struth and family thisweek
MUlerwlse. Nell Simmons Miss Kathy Struth of
Anne Marie Nichols Mary Pompano Beach is with her
Rode Mike McLaln. Mr. and family during the holidays and
Mrs. John Ward. Mr. and Mrs., Joining the family on Christ-
Stephen Meyers Janet Curclo mas day are Mr. and Mrs. A !
Joyce Dunn Joanne Symeon Roddy Struth and family] of Happy And Prosperous JJj
Larry McGrath and Bill Springer Tampa.Mr. .
all of Boca Raton and
Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. .
W.A. Edwards of Sanford; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lau-
Win- ersborf of Sarasota and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Frisby of '1
ter Park; Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. Sam H. Rawson of ..
A. Williams of Keystone Heights Milwaukee. Wls. are holiday
Jerry Bryant of Jacksonville; guests of their brother-in-law May The Joys And Spirit .' j
and Mr. and Mrs. Steven Billing and sister Mr. and Mrs J.
of Tampa. D, Yeager. The Rawsons will

Miss Martha Sue McCain and several remain week wfth,the. Yeagers for I Of The Season Be With You i

Miss Lynette Roddy are on a
two weeks tour of the Holy Land. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Par- .
rish of Atlanta, Ga. will be Throughout The Year :-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Frye guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
ritt Williams next Sunday / -,: .
of Albany Ga. are spending to 1.i
the long weekend with Mrs. Wednesday. -
Frye'* mother Mrs. Julia Un- J. h .
derhlll and family. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ku-
nlg of Baltimore Md. are vis- : i::: i.i.:
lung Mrs. -J
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddishand Kunlg's brother-in- __ I'I ,
son of Guntersvllle Ala. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. I
are spending this week with John Grew for two weeks. i '1
Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Reddish
and family Dr. and Mrs. Harry Howell / .
of Lake City; were last Thurs- _
Archie Green of Chicago HI. day visitors of their aunt, Mrs. "
will visit his mother Mrs. L.J. W. S. Slade. .
Green during the Christmas .
weekend.H.C. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. O Brlan
and son of Savannah Ga. and .
Wimberly and Mrs.Mar Mr. and Mrs. John Whelcheland
vin Cassells of Eagle Lake family of Sanford will be
will be weekend guests of Mrs. weekend guests of their parents -
Nelson Green and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. H.Slade. S .4
The Slades also had as a Tuesday -
overnight Mrs. D. Sf
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwinof C. Forehand of Albany, Ga.
Arcadia; daughter Cheryl
of U. of F. and Lt and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison -
J.B. Godwin Jr. of Fort Sill, Jr. and family and Mr.
Okla. are spending the Christmas and Mrs. George Cable of Fort ,
weekend with relatives Lauderdale are visiting Mr. .; 111Y
here. and Mrs. Harrison Sr. from
Wednesday to Sunday.
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rig-
don and family of Seymour Johnson Local admittances to Brad-
AFB, N.C. are spending two ford County Hospital this week
weeks with Mrs. Rlgdon's parents Include: Mrs. Sharon Kunkel Y
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mrs Ruth Crosby and Pat
Brown. Crews of Lake Butler; RobertL. y
Clarence III 4. rt
Brown Hampton; ; t
Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglas A. Rltchey and Mrs Pearl
of Tallahassee Miss Marilyn Runner Keystone Heights; Mrs.
Bollinger of Samford University Minnie Redding Lawtey; Mrs. a
; Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Llnnle Anderson Mrs. Donna c- :.
William Brelandof Hattiesburg Davis Mrs. Maggie Cason :
Miss, are spending the holidayswith Mrs. Ruth Noegel Mrs. Gen-
their parents Dr. and nle Bennett, and Mrs. Lola
Mrs. H.G.Bolllnger.Also visit Zlpperer Starke.
ing the Bellingers will be Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Hartzell of
Fern Park. John Douglas who Is attend- 1 f
ing the University; of North
Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Judd were Carolina spent Tuesday and
hosts at a family] Christmas Wednesday with Mark Craw-
dinner and get-together Sunday ford John Is the son of Mr.
Including: Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. Lowell Douglas of
Stringer of Livingston Ala.Mr. Atlanta Ga., formerly of 1 y
and Mrs. T.E. Herndon of Valdostal Brooker.Mr. .
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. H. bM
and family and and Mrs. Henry Rader I
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bitch and Eugene Rader of Peoria .
of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. 111. are of Mr. and Mrs \
'T.M. Gorman and Miss Helen L. C. Early for two weeks. 41'v
Mennett of Palm Beach Mr. The Earlys also had as Saturday
and Mrs. Ray, Judd and family visitors Mr. and Mrs.
of Ocala and Mrs. Pearl Ed- C. C. Clayton and children of
wards and Mrs. Hazel Bitch WUdwood. I e ,
of Starke.
Mrs. O. S. Dixon and Miss
Mrs. Ruth Frazier is a patIent Kathy DIxon of Nashville Tenn.
in Alachua General Hospital are spending the holidays with
after a fall at home Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell. w
urday In which she broke her

!hip.Mr. THE BRADFORD' : T '

and Mrs. John Stringer COUNTY .TELEGRAPH .
returned to their home In Livingston o
Ala. Tuesday after a Published. .very''ienIUat "
week's visit with Mrs. String US W. Cta.fer: kfBtotfce.
er's parents Mr. and Mrs. I >n M.R. Judd.
8eeM4 class postage'paidat
Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Riccardi Mark*.' florid- r : 1
and son of Miami are spending
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Sebscrip lsd RakE:
F.W. Strickland and family.: "
trade arevWJ* 'errwrlU.1S

,.. ......a.at4idlUr .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. ar*** ..... I
Hall attended wedding In Atlanta
1ft 7ser f .II des nherhfel ..
Ga. over the weekend; .' .. .

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Parties Given Student Set Starts Boom
Class Of'51Reunion JVe""c. And Activittet From Bicycling ;
For Employees

SetDecember By Local 1 FirmsMr. THE RECREATION CENTER State, Private Agencies Give Hand

30 U aU the bicycle Santa
Reddish -
and Mrs. J. R.
unable to overcome the first Claus la expected to deliver
entertained at a dinner party After three games of Bantam
this Christmas were laid
The Bradford High! School Lie Butlert at their horn In Basketball action.Stark Builders half deficit end to would
end they
for the employ.ees. Jim Prevatt was the high
and Comer Insurance have
class of 1951 will celebrate
wives ofLeila' scorer for the winners with stretch out almost 2,000
hulbanda and each two of three start
the 20th year of their graduation won miles or roughly, from White
18 points. Greg Watkins was
Dress Shop. and share (ItIe league lead.
at 7 next Thursday In !the Marie Dec.Golf 30. The 14 attending exchanged: The two other league teams high man for the game with River Junction Vermont, to I1 j
pun. the outskirts of Amarlllo
tt Countrv Club. gifts during In the the guests evening.was Mrs.Included also records possess of one Identical win won-lost and two 19 points. Texas. And U Santa expectsto ( ;

Reservations should be made W. B. Mundy. losses. Builders: Prevatt 18 T. Williams get them all delivered in
H by contacting Mrs. Helen Barry Stark Builders won Its first 7. F. Aldrldge 2; S. Ray-. one sled he'd better add a
Crosby. 812 W. Cypress Street. two before dropping one burn 4.Koch's. few more reindeer power
There were 72 members of while Conner lost Its opening : Waddns 19, H. Lev. than he's already got on
the Class of 51. Marvin Warren Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds. held game and then won two con- Orson 3, W. Winkler J. Bla- hand for this Christmas'bike
Is president of the class their Christmas banquet Saturday secutive. In an effort to balance lock 2. load will weigh In at a
and Harold Davis of Starke Is
P L Mavnards night at the Holiday Inn. the league teams several hefty 40,000 tons.
vicepresident.About Decorating the long banquet player transactions were made. Results December 17- In simpler terms,American (
Honored At t half of the class U CONNER INS. 56 families
table were three red. green The move wag necessary and are expected to buy I
expected) to attend: since about and white Christmas arrangements successful as any team In the STARKE BUILDERS 51 nearly two million bikes this '
Steak DinnerMr. that many still live within the which were given awayat league .Is now capable of winnIng Conner Insurance pinned the Christmas more than In any tl, I wr.t
area, lathers of the class. a drawing at the conclusion first loss of !the season on other Christmas buying sea : :
have also been Invited as of the dinner. The 30 guests Starke Builders 58-51, and son in history Recession or _
and Mrs. Paul W. May- ..... attending Included employees, Results of Games Played De- moved Into a tie for first place not, America Is experiencing l
nard were honored at a cock' husbands and wives. cember 15CONNER- with Ken Hampton scoring 46 a bicycle boom of supersonic _
tall party; and steak dinner at First Methodist INSURANCE 49 of Conner's points. No more proportions, and total 1971 n
the Holiday Int In Starke Monday -' GOODMAN STANDARD OIL 31 than five points separated the sales are expected to approach n J IIII'lT'1If .. ..
evening. Groups Observe Conner Insurance behind the two teams at any one time 8.5 million units.
The occasion. marked the retirement / / Andrews Drug Store held their hot shooting hand of Ken Hampton with Builders leading most of Winter fitne -bundled warmly MeyeltoU are discovering that
of Mr. Maynard after holiday( Season Christmas 31 with the American In the Pecan Room of Good health and wheela.
years night Goodman's team to Coanerg physical be fun especially: on these newly-delivered ChrUtmaa
Telephone and Telegraph Com The Ladles Bible Class of the Garden Restaurant.The team won 49SI.Goodman's Builders led 9-8 after one fitness, economical means of The Bicycle Institute h.. Some Idea, too, for winter bike fun.
pany. Some 25 co-workers, the First United Methodist long banquet table held was actually In quarter and 23-21 at half time. transportation a near-per- While more are featuringfe.tlve window and whole neighborhoods .
friends and neighbors attended Church held a Christmas party Christmas arrangements and the game until late when Con- Builders had a 38-33 lead goIng fect vehicle for family recre- are out-doing each other with Christina} decoration", aCbrltma.
the festive occasion. ; In Fellowship Hall Wednesday lighted tapers. The 25 attending -iwfgot hot. Conner: led at the Into the final period of ation, an absolutely non- bike tour can be great fun for the family crowd.
OVer the 31 years with\ the afternoon Dec. IS, givenby Included employees, husbands end of the first quarter 13- play but Conner outscored them polluting vehicle .. all these
telephone company. Mr. and* Mrs. E, K. Perryman and and wives. They exchanged 7. In the second: quarter Good- 21-13 In the final eight minutesfor adjectives apply to the bicycle depending on quality and development of the scenic,
Mr. Maynardhavs traveled and Mrs. Titus Olson. Rev. D. T. gifts during the eve- man's rallied to outscore Con a come-from-behlnd victor and taken collectively optional equipment. historic and recreationaltrails. '
lived In nearly every state In Farabee Jr. read the Christmas ning. ner 14-6. and as the half ended )'. they help explain the bike's A big contributing factorto .
the nation. They are now making story and Christmas carols Goodman's led 21-19. Ken Hampton was Conner's growing popularity not only the current bike boom Is Lead Way
their home at Crystal Lake were sung. Conner came on strong In leading scorer with 46 of his with millions of kids, but the fact that there are Recently, the state of
tlomesites. The refreshment table wag the third period outscoring team's 56 points. This gives with growing numbers of more places to ride a bike Oregon passed historic legis-
Out-of-town guests were Dick covered with a Christinas candle Wuikler Electric. Inc. entertained Goodman's 13-2 and Conner led Ken a total of 107 points In not-so-youngsters over 30. more Interesting, pleasant lation, decreeing that a mini-
Hurst. Walt Simmons and W. cloth and centered with a employees and their 32-23 going Into the final per- three games for an average of Additionally the bike has places-than ever have been mum 1% of all state highway
L. Sullivan, Atlanta; Mr. and Christmas arrangement.Seventeen wives at a Christmas dinner iod. Conner maintained the lead 35 points per game. almost universal appeal. Tall ,. and more are on the way. funds be spent on bike and
Mrs. R. V. Lee and Mr. and members of the party last Saturday night at and won with the final score. Conner Scoring: Hampton 46, or short thin or fat, blackor For Just as the federal highway foot trail development
Mrs. D. II. Bennett, Daytona; class the affair. Also the Garden Restaurant. 4931. will amount to
enjoyed Godwin 6, Cummings. white, rich or poor. building program has 1972 this
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hester Mrs. F. W. Connor Scoring K. Hampton million in Ore-
attending were : Builders Scoring: Aldrldgo anybody can ride one. Bike helped stimulate auto sales nearly $2.5
and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown Strickland and Mrs. H. H. 28, J. Godwin 12, R. Cummins too the recent growth of gon. In Washington Congressman -
and Mrs. Charles Sawyer 24, Prevatt 13, Williams&Ray riding requires no special so ,
Lake City Gainesville!;'i: Mrs. Charlotte Miss Crls Patton .- Adams daughters of two mem- Mr.were hosts at a dinner 4, C. Jackson 3. B. Lundy 2. burn 6, Cummlngs 2.GOODMAN'S skills, nor a high degree of federal, state and local Bike- Ed Koch (D-N.Y.)
; bers. Goodman's Scoring: C.Hamm has made and Senators Alan Cranstonand
athletic And Ameri- ways development
church services prowess.
Bruton 1 Keystone Heights! : Mr. party Sunday after 15. J. Wilson 9, L. Casey 4 (D-Cal.)
John Tunney
and Mrs. Fred Poole and Frank In the Pecan Room of 50 can manufacturers are pro- bicycle riding a more popular
Williams Crystal Lake and the Garden Restaurant for the K. Carter 3. KOCH'S 36 ducing a wider variety of activity for whole families. Introduced Identical versions
Mr. and Mrs. Rhymer Howell Slade Gas employees.The It was close until the final styles, sizes, colors models, Nearly 10,000 miles of of the Bicycle TransportationAct
Starke. Circle 1 had a Christmasluncheon U-shaped dining table STARKE BUILDERS 33 quarter of play but Goodman'sbeat optional equipment and price specially marked Bikeways, of 1971 into their Houses.
Wednesday, Dec. 15. was centered with a red Christmas .- KOCH DRUGS 26 Koch's 50-36. ranges than ever before. Lit- paths and trails have been This bill would ,provide
at the Holiday Inn. Christmas arrangement. The 30 attending .- Starke Builders won Its second Goodman's led 12-7 after the erally, there Is an American- developed across America in matching funds from the
Abbott-Thomas decorations were used thelength Included Slade Gas game with a 33-26 win first quarter but Koch's ral- made bike to fit every taste, the last seven years, with the federal highway trust fundto
of the long dining able .- employees, husbands wives and over Kochs Drugs lied In the second: to trail only need and pocketbook. This Bicycle Institute of America states and i communitiesfor
Engagement t dates. The Builders team led at 20-17 at half time. year's Christmas bikescan cooperating with the VS. bike path construction.
Following luncheon gifts Following dinner bonuses half time 18-7 and althoughthey In the third quarter. Koch's cost as little as $30 and as Departments of Interior, To those who have been
were exchanged with their pray.r were awarded and gifts' exchanged. were outscored 19-15 In stayed within reach and trailed much as $350, with the Agriculture and Commerce, struggling for bike trails over
and Mrs. Robert Bums partners. The circle also the second: half. Koch Drugs was the this that
Mr. only 33-29 after three periods. average price running some- as well as with many state years means
Abbott of Jack.onvUl.IUIJIOInCe'the presented \their out-going leader However. In the fourth carter where between $50 and $150, and private agencies In theLAjwaAtwJ the good times are a'comln.
engagement and approachIng Mrs. F. W. Strickland, slon. The buffet dining table Koch'a seemed to lose
marriage of their daughter with a gift. Mrs. Titus Olson The employees of Mitchell'sDrug was covered with a lace cloth their cool and Goodman's coasted .
Patricia Marie to James was also remembered on her Store were entertainedat over red linen and centered to a 50-36 win.
Larry Thomas of Jacksonville,: birthday with\ a card shower and a dinner party; Saturday nightat with an arrangement of holly Goodman's Scoring: Hamm
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. a beautifully decorated birthday the home of Mr. and Mn. and red carnation.The 28. WUson 14, Carter 4, Casey .
Thomas of Starke. cake. Mrs. J. W.. Hitch Lester Crews on W. Call Street. 16 guests attending Included 2.loch's. I 1. .4 ;;
The wedding will take place will betie\ new leattar ewthe The gay Christmas motif was employees,husbands and Scoring: Leverson 17,
30 at Sac red circle. carried out In the family room
on December Heart. e wives. Watkins 12, Winkler 7.
Catholic Church In JacItsoOvllle. ;. In charge of the affair were and llvlngroom for the occa-
.-'*: Mrs. Eaton Jordan, Mrs. Jay
A recepdon will be held at. Carver Mrs. Charles Hall and
the home of the bride's parents ". Mrs. George Hugglns.Approximately

Immediately after the/- 25 members and guest t .-. ,. &' I' '.r), _, ,I. ..,',.,. ." .... ..11'i .'"j W ., ...'T. ,
ceremony. S.attended. $ $ "' 'u.''' ." ,j""; ; I""y" '" : 'r.-'+ IIMr 4 '
... .. .. . .rWl, "
u.0" .! w -.. I' "f' ., 'i '
p ,.. '" \\
Birthday Party v':. :, ., ..',,,1'I" ." '
The Wesleyan Service Guild --.' '
For Wendy Hall .:. met at \the home of their leader l'
Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, t
Little Wendee Hall celebrated Tuesday night of last week for I
her second birthday Tuesday the meeting and Christmas par-
night. Dec. 14. at a party ty.; Each member brought a

given by her parents Mr. and gift for a needy family that .;. ... ,
Mrs. Charles H. Hall. the Guild Is providing for dur- '
The "smile" theme was ing the holiday. I.1.I.
carried out In the decorationa/. During the evening the Guild ..-1.:"

The table was decorated with a members made 50 Christmas .y : '.
"smile" sheet cake and yellow corsages for patients of the e .... ."}
plate., cups and napkins. Each '. Starke Nursing Home, after ,
guest received smile pins., which refreshments were '
smile balloons and oartv haw.' served to the 15 members.

Mrs. J,C. Dukes and Mrs. RU. '. -. .
chard ;Sleg: ...I.tedln serving. *;
Out-of-town guests were Miss.> During this of the I '
Ruth List, Mrs. Anne Leaptrol Members of Circle Two,were ,, season year, guess j (
(grandmother), Mrs. entertained at a Christmas par-
Sloe (Aunt) and Lauren Slog ty; and luncheon Friday given we all become more aware of our blessings. '
(cousin), all of Jacksonvilie.y! by Mrs. L. J. Green at her
home on Ralford Road. We this letter sincere
Christmas decorations were use as our most expression 1 ,IJ.(

I 't:;;: Calkill8C
member Mrs. Green presented .-

t Trade. to each Christmas member aprons.and guessfancy A More than this we appreciate the confidence ",\ p s,w

short program on the origin you place in us attested bylyour continued and : "-7
and meaning of Christmas was .
and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez '
given by the hostess.
the adoption of repeated business. :
announce Mrs. Green was assisted In ),: ..;,
laughter, Rhonda Sue, born serving by Mrs. Pearl Hern- '.,; > :,:
I. 4. wall and !Mrs. Mable Norman .
Our >
pledge to you is to dedicate our-

Bradford County; Hospital announces The Chancel choir had a selves to the goal of making our firm the very
the following births Christmas social In Fellowship .. .
Hall last Friday evening after best with which do business. We fur- .' ,'*'
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sweat choir rehearsal.The .. ., you can ; p.
Starke, a daughter. Peggy DIane hall was gaily decorated -
Dec. 16. In the holiday motif and ther pledge that our guiding principles will always -

a Christmas arrangement centered : I : '. '
Mr. and Mrs. William Huntley .- the refreshment able .':-: '. : ."' ,." be those of and fair .' .
.j.; ; ,,,. ". honesty integrity, jl. .;4 ,, !! :r ; ;," .
Redfeam, Keystone Heights, The 25 guests attending Included ,": / ,. .
Robin Dec. of the their ... '\ ,
a daughter Noel members choir : play I "
19.. husbands and wives. .

Mr. and Mr. David Jackson I .. '"
Starke a daughter Dec.21. Pine Level Church May this be the Merriest Christmas ever

Has Xmas Party and the most Joyful and Happy New Year!

Bill McCIane and daughter* For ChildrenPine ,::.t '
Atlantic Beach F" ',.,;,
Cortney of wen. '
Sunday -\-r\ ,"" 'I ,J' ". Most sincerely I .
George vLsitoorsrofMr.andMrs.i Level Baptist Church I 'f.: ; ,;, I""

'..'. had a Christmas party Monday !r' ..,: "\( '! "; : / -if' ..,... .', .. \, ,,' ,. Slade Gas & 'AppliancesJ. j;. if '" ;.' v
Miss Sue Morris of Fort Laz.derdal. -! night in the education building .,t '..:." M'li < ,' ""''i"rl\! (\ /';4';+ ""r' ,,0; ...;-.; '''i ;J \..
for the two olds \through ." ,,, ,, '' ,
Is spending the holidays year i'f'i': : C. Sawy .' Pres. : ; ,,< "; ,
with Mr. and Mrs. S,.*'. sixth grade. ".. : ,: :, :: ,',,;.: ,.; '/' .. ;_. ;: f ,,''IftI1. ''f.
G. Denmark. J. \'IiL/; '1.f, t\'tJ ." '''r '_ """! !! ,:". ., ......... too ,. .r./t..t n Ii'
Mrs: Jimmy Thornton Is superintendent :; f."" .,,,, I> ,:n:>,,\.,., '. J-'f'" ::,. : --- C,' r'r.
Mrs. Joe EUerbee of Panama of the two year ', ".'
City. spent the weekend with\ old classes and Mrs. John
her mother Mrs. T. D. Dyal Strickland Is superintendent of
es three through swore .. They ... .
and also with Mr. and Mrs.J. .' :, '(-. ,
assisted by the nine teach.
J. D'alln Bl"OOker.SOHrnllNG "

1 .,

en.Tb.. youngster sang Christ ,', '\. "'..,.; ,.__ii' ''r, ;t '\ .
I. ... ,
TO WOK,AT; mss carols and were shown a which
Christmas after
lot of time In film .., .. !
Baby spends a '.'jvr--- .. .'.J''Ii.*' : ,.' '.' :
Santa Claus passed out gifts ,.
his crib and staring at ceilings .J.. '"4 ;t; ;
A 'I
from under the tell Christmas '
Is no fun at alL Olve him (" .
a gay mobile to hang in his tree. The refreshment table' iI : Jr""
line of vision but safely. out was covered with a polnset- ..; s
Ua cloth and wag centered with
of retch. Christmas arrangement.The ,
Chi tren's stores sell spelal a

| deb with clamps to 100 attending Included ii1 I

ttac o the crib. Butterfliesem the 75 children from the class
be favorites, but any.. r
*- .
"* e. .
jlort shapes will do.


CP -' TELEGRAPH DEC. 23, 1971

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Co. Firemen Go Wherever Need ArisesOrigin

,and development of the Brad- 1968 when the Starke Fire forts" he added. lion has made a site available the signal when an emergency
Department stopped answeringcalls The department now has 30 on the back portion of the new arises. Green said the county
ford County Volunteer Fire DepartmentInto outside the city; limits. volunteer members who serve courthouse grounds, and preliminary department has radio commu- I
a smooth-functioning operation "now The organization was finally without compensation, even plans have been drawn nications with other departments *
completed In January 1969 after paying for their own Insurance for the new station, which it Is In the area Including: X --
second to no volunteer department In 11 months of work and the Green ...Id.In hoped to see realized with In Brooker, Lawtey, Starhe Wal- I
the country" was described at the Rotary expenditures: of 5000. Grantsof addition to the original the next two years Green said. do, and Klngsley Lake.lie Is the
Club Wednesday Deo. 8 Fire Chief $1,000 from the Chamber of grants, the department has The department now has two coordinator for this group.In .
by Commerce and $3,500 from the raised about $8,000 additionalby trucks, ono a GMC army type answer to a question.Green
Harry Green.. Bradford dountyDevepmentA.uthoHty various benefits and through truck equipped with storage capacity said that the County Commis-
Origin and "We go wherever we're nee- made the project possible associate: memberships. Green of 1,000 gallons of water sion does not contribute directly -
Bradford County; Volunteer Fire ded," Green said emphasising Green said. said this has been used to pur- and! a good pump. The second to the support( of the county
Department Into a smooth-func that the department The deoartment answered Its chase additional equipment and truck is used mainly for a back- department, and that It Is one i
for operating! which of of few Florida counties ,, 2ff1i......... ,
tioning operation !lOW second to calls on anywhere, anytime basis first call on Nov 29. 1969 expenses up supply water which Is often a very -- '-''' '- -
no volunteer deoortmont in he not only in case of fires, and since that time have ans- he said ran about $1,800 a needed In fighting fires In that do not do so. \ marl doll l know ill the anPlay. mechanic{ with Zoomrrwrr -
country" was described at the but In case of other emergen- wered a total of 112. "During year. rural areas Green said. The speaker was Introducedby .. Smart' I'unti tell who Roomer sturdy. Her I lrurk end
that time we have saved an estimated The speaker said the depart- The volunteer firemen are Dr. L.H Jennings, who had ,
Rotary Club Wednesday, Dec. cies, such aa tornadoes and other lit love (you), how many curt. All operate with e Dingle{
half million ment Is housed In an old buildIng when
8, by Harry Green. disasters. a dollars summoned needed by a charge of the program.Dr. torn he han and which hand i Is .nap-in engine and unique
Green said that the groundwork In property," Green said."The which was formerly a garage radio call system operated out James Mlnestnger optometrist which. By. Topper. power source* By. Topper.
Plaza Edwards but thata
for Lodge motel la one of on Road of the county jail the speaker
the department
the larger structures that would new and larger firehouse Is said. Each fireman carries a was welcomed as a
started In October
Hot flL htr' have been lost with out our ef needed. The County Commls.e. small pocket radio to receive new member at this meeting.

.k. .:.: -i''".: ..' ,..: ..: :-:-..:'.: :.',,./ ._: :-''." :-9 ;e;'(. ,:.: ,:tt. : : ,:-' ,:.., ':" :.:, ...:..,:-:.:.. .- j- ':"o:_;',;.':_: ,:e! (MJMJJQtiaKiJKx' : : : : ;.:-: :- :.'-.. :',:'; ,r.: ,'.:-:-' :-: ,:., :.. :.', ;., :-:...-; ';- ':.,':-:' .":., ,:..,:-:, '.'".Si SiDOTTIE '

_- CHRISTMAS has arrived A time for gaily

I wrapped goodies yes. but also the time to .

U count our each and every blessings. and to

c.I.1{ say thanks to our valued customers, thanks forgiving

; jll t.J ,124: business of
+ y us your over $300,000.00

p t;; lJV"' -1 this year. We greatly appreciate your allowing '

us to serve you, and thanks for your con- h

fidence and trust; we will strive even harderto

please you and your family. We feel it is

e especially fitting to express our warm gratitude -. '

to all of you for the fine reception you W .

l1 t tit have given us during our stay among you. We". ; ""' d

are proud to be a part of this fine community. t> ...

WILSON We wish you holiday joy, ever-new rich in the BILL WILSON. OWNERHEATERS

blessings of home family and friends.

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Grace United ACTIVITIES Methodist Sun. P.m. followed by choir prac- cram was presented and "enjoyed Mrs. Waldo Prlngle. In WorthIngton On State During HolidaysTraffic vnre llml wbi.kn away ..rink I..*.
: tice. by a record-breaking: au- Springs and Mrs.Thorn. Grrat for nlny-ut-ltoineii and
day School 9:45: a.m.: Wor- dience. The children did their ton's son-in-law and daughter iili-iil for Irvvrlrr tim. The
ship services U ajn. and 7 PTA MEETINGThe part well and sang a munber Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood In !' accidents could claim A maximum number of State tra travel time because of the SIKM1I.from I ItemingI -
pjn.; MYF 6 pjn.Ayer Meet. PTA met Tuesday of last of Christmas carols. Refreshments Starke. the lives of 30 persons on Florida Troopers and FIIP Auxiliary- heavy traffic, maintain a safe .
Ing Wednesday 7 ) week at. the cafetorium. The were served by the hospitality Highways during the men will be patrolling the highways speed, and avoid drinking while
Church of God: Sunday School meeting opened with prayer by ; cmmlttee and a general Weekend visitors of Rev.and Christmas holidays with the In an effort to make travel driving.
10 a.m.; Worship service11 Rev. Daniel Bright. The president. social: hour was shared by Mrs. Donald Denton were Ms countdown starting at 6 p.m. as safe as possible.The .
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; FamUjf Mrs. Margaret Arwood. those attending. parents Mr. and Mrs. S. Denton Thursday Dec. 23, and end- DR. D. W. WHIFFEN
Night Wednesday.7:30: jun.) presided over the business The Lawtoy HomemakersClub and Ms two sisters Mrs Ing at midnight Sunday Dec.26. Patrol urges motoriststo
Highland Baptist: Sunday session when It was voted to met with Mrs. O.J. Boyett Dot Mazzaferro and Mrs. Bll- According to the Florida leave home early, allow ex- Announce the Association of
School 9:4: $ Worship lle Mttchel and Kip. Highway Patrol, the heaviest
a.m.; services buy some needed equipmentfor for their Christmas party A
Mrs. Denton's mother Mrs. traffic Is expected the day before DR. J. H.
U ajn. ana8:30: p.m.; the school. Following ad- short business meeting was MINESINGER
.prayer meeting Wednesday 7 jourment, the Christmas held and officers for 1972 were Thelma Fagan George, Settle Christmas, with highways
pro- elected and Installed by Miss and Tommy of Deland are visiting Jammed by last minute shop- In the practice of Optometry at
them this week. and motorists headed for
Martha Sue McCain as follows:
207 S. Walnut St.
Mrs. Marian hail of Jack-
President. Mrs. George Kelly, visits
with loved ones, in or
';$$1;'> 1,", M ,A. pl...1It."S'... ''r". .' Vice President Mrs. Max O.J.sonville Anders visited during Mr. the and week.Mrs. out of state.IlohbJI. Office hour:
; Newport Secretary: Mrs. J.
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Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown :
tiThe H. Faulkner Treasurer Mrs.
Cotition Makers'" '. and family spent Sunday with Closed Wednesday Afternoonand
O.J. Boyett; Chaplain, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Perry In
T.L. Walnwrlght and Miss
EVERYDAY LOW, LOW PRICES Enza Blanchard, Reporter.; Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Bryant RetMlsh;! I Saturday Afternoon

visited Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Pone
1972 1972' PERSONALS and family over the weekend.
Mrs. OnIe Thornton of Au- visiting Mrs. Annie M.Crews
ALTAIR ALTAIR burndale spent the weekend with and Joey on Sunday were Rev. Give A Hunille Of Love
her sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews,
65x12 S 1 X 12'S995 A. Flynn and Mrs. Flynn of t
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Hawthrone were visiting Mr.
: eorpet. d.ntioillylocarp'
I throughout purpol'd.lux. furnllur. Kifchen woll.d and Mrs. P.L. Dlnklna on Give Your Child
off from' living, room.Com Monday.
oppiianul.hom.lhng Com forS7.000.ore to por.tohom.ssellingfor S"695. Mrs.was Joey Sunday Dobbs dinner of Jacksonville guest- I A 1 Dog Of H'IS OU'II.The'Clty tl'1

of Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs. +
LIGHTED HOMES FOR AFTER DARK SHOPPING, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L Dog Pound
i Dobbs. V khit Has A Number Of
Com ivilli > Mr. and Mrs. Russell Davis
of Palatka were visiting Mrs. Good Dogs That
DISCOUNTSalttUt UStlJng Charlie Manning this week.Cecil n
M.bil.H.m. \ Manning Tltusvllle spent 1'lfPtfitulg9 MERRY CHRISTMASto r Can Be BoughtBy
MOBILE HOMES! the weekend with his mother.
INC.Monthly Don Lee Is spending Ms everyone. Paying The Pound
L.w Down Payment L.w Payment Christmas leave with his parents -
4S20NW. 13lh(44l( Na.lM .. Durrance Pump Fee.
37' '3. A .
; Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Pear ; ) ? I
"HOME OF INSTANT SERVICE" e In son. Don la Just back from duty; To all good friends And Supply Co.
Germany and will be stationed -
W. Includt. m.lol' frame steps i sewer und wafer j lin.., at Fort Carson Colo- and neighbors. 341 N. Temple THOSE INTERESTED PLEASE CALL 964.5400
block with bate blocks, let, up and rielivmcd, up to 200 rado.
m Is. Mr. and Mrs. John Morris CAROUSEL Phone 904-7061 And Leave Your Name, Address And Phone No. The
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. CANDLE SHOPU.S. Stork, Florida Dog Catcher Will Get In Touch With You.
E. Priest and Lamar until
Christmas. 301 3 1/2 Mi. N, I He Also Has A Few. Puppies To Give To A Good Home.
Mr. and Mrs. II.E. Slkes of Of Stark
Ashvllle, N.C were visiting
I his brother-in-law sister

CANDY the world rejoice. Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier __ _. ._ .__. ._. .J
I I Let on Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Wilbur Steph- r ( JJ
; Let all men sing enson and family spent Sunday
with his brother-in-law _and
I praises. sister r. Mrs. N. Steadman, In
Fort White.Mayall.
For I

-n-C4l lStWS. CHURCH

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Quality liquors, imported and

Americana Gift Pack No. I ,, rD domestic wines, for your holiday

I Old South Candy 95 r ..d enjoyment for gifts. Thrifty prices.
Chocolat. Cov.od Brand
Baall Nuts $6 ,

S Pecan Artlc Fudg. a .. Liquor
: .
.3 Assorted J.IH.s if .;.,.
t r
Nice Stock of
GifT PACK NO. 4e ,

Pocan Log Rolls 39 Bottle Collectors

Cho olato Paean Fudge $4 Items
w; _
Taa.tod and Saltod ,, ,
P n t \ic' t1 ,
; :* American Legion 50-year '

A GIFT PACK pt1 Commemorative Bottles ti: .:MC
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Pecan Log Roll $7 39 o? Y 'I t, B.P.O. Elks 100thAnniversary j.I
3.14 01. Packages r that's of OO
part tL Bottles f;

eo4-/- Christmas be part of VAThY cLt ,gt6d And Others :r -

FREE DELIVERY IN STARKEStuckey's f eD your holiday.PINEHURST ., .

May hearts and homes GROCERY tr' 'J
1 A
b. filled to overflowing. & Laundromat e We Meet or Beat ;"

L. B. Alvarez Mrs. Christine Dee y j" All Prices a'

ServIce Station Best Wishes To Our ,
301 North Phone
Red and Thelma Alvarez Customers & FriendsRd in Starke Area ,

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Cabin In The '\--l t New Moose Lodge Installation I Total Pecan Near Sales

Held Sunday At Country Club 70,000 lbs.A .

dad Its Orange Trees In '85Second I IC total of 69,567 pounds of

... "' '" oJt ... 'J. .''f''''' '' ".- ..n, 'Ii"" ., .., .", ,,.,., u'fI'fI' .-- :: .-.." "...." .. pecans was sold at the Lawtey

-- lr.1i \.. .. .'" ,I {II" ....rI'(I. 'J auctions during the season Just of
"'f4 7 '. \ -.;,; closed at an average price
( > Installment I- \ )4' t
chap- In a sweet wilderness of her Estimated
riculture. ; .. 32 1/2(5( a pound.
ter on Bradford County from choice productions In the Florida fruits grow well. '\" IJT'i; for the season totaled
daysof Several hundred stands of \ gross sales
"Webb's Florida" The rolling lands develop : { .
published In .
mild December as well ". .. .
1885.) In those of the rare as bees are In the county. large, well flavored Juicy ..it 'I ', ,. '4J. ,- IJ 2274800.
queen Hums whortleberries and
peaches free of Insects. A ;; Market Manager Bob Allen
,' \
month of June The .
soil Is com blackberries with I' .
grow no care. said there was more than the
made ,
could be .
great Industry / ,
The ;. : '
lover of nature's paratively free of / .
poetrycan thirsty sand .AJ' :::'\ ,
Pomegranate :
rape, melon. ., ,,,._ / usual quantity Of quality
very profitable here convertIng '" poor ;
In this portion of delightful beds, Is humid and sufficiently fig peach) pecan, pear (Le the peach crop to a mar- ". "' ':'" ..'f{"''' ;r'r''\ ; "'!" \ '. ""I, nuts this season, due to adverse -

historic Flowerland, revel compact for successful flo Conte), orange, and other East ketable product. 1 .; ''; ; '.. :' : > '' :.'' \,{:; '. \ \ weather conditions.The .

.:PEARS-. famous LeConte t'.I'I final sale of the season -

variety is being Introduced.The .'' .. :.... .., was held December 15 with a
ciiiJ1 3puahinj tree grows vigorously, faith in .. I. ,\ total of 9,438 pounds of nuts
its future Is strong and young .' .! '. sold at an average of 32 1/2C.

orchards are being planted. .. The average on leading varieties -
,l. the final sale were '
There at
are a few bearing treesIn ', .
the county. .... .1.' "i".i. : Curtis; 341; Seedlings 341!,and
A Christmas MessageOf PECANSSome few trees in ( ,r. '': "';' \\iJ Stuarts, 38 V2C.

the county bearing prolific <: '' .. ,., ," ,, "' ,*;r.:. ....,. '.
"'1" """ ''''''''' .y
crops. A few groves being put
Different SortThis out.ORANGES Vets Reminded

The agricultural
Interests are great, but the Pictured above is the impressive '.. To Return
editorial probably won't do a are placed there. It is very discour-
scene lastSunday afternoonas
orange culture Is fast assuming -
bit of good. because those who aging to those who are doing their such proportions that It officers were Installed for QuestionnairesWar

would do the kind of thing we're writ- best to show their love and appre- promises, In the near future the new Moose Lodge No. 2035

Ing about quite likely don't read edi- ciation for departed members of their to become a staple product, with headquarters In Sta.rIIe. veterans are urged to

torials, and wouldn't pay any attentionto families at this Christ-oriented sea- and Bradford's soil and climate The ceremony was held .112, r t lid 4, r ry return their annual Income
boasts trees that are as P.m. at the Starke questionnaires without delay.
feel son of the year, to see their efforts Golf &
If did. But still we
vigorous growers, as choice Country Club. The computer card-sized form
compelled to sound off. so thoughtlessly frustrated.We fruit, and as prolific bearersas was received by veterans with

are In any portion of Eastor rte their November 1 non-service
understand some types of semi-tropical At right are the charter officers VA
The thing we're writing about is can Florida- connected pension check
with stealing pennies from a theft such as the theft of food by ery cottage and cabin In a of me new lodge, pictured according to M. T. Dixon Florida
on par large area of the county Is, following their instal- Director of Veterans Af-
blind man's cup, or snatching candy one who Is hungry, or whose familyIs or will soon be, emboweredIn lation. From left to right: Bill fairs.

from a baby. Anyone who would do these suffering, but It is beyond our the rich foliage of the or- Chambers Tenant Inner Guard; Douglas "Since the pension Is based

things would certainly commit the low- comprehension bow anyone could stoopso ange. Owing to the humid soil. Mac Prelate;Gene on income the V A must up-date

grade crime that is the subject of low as to steal flowers, or other- the orange rarely suffers here Milligan, Treasurer; Charles its records to determine con-
Governor Bill
this editorial. wise despoil, the grave that meansso from drouth. Past ; tinued eligibility; for payment"''
Junior Governor Richard
The ;
severe cold of 1880-81 Dixon said. Deadline date for
much to another person. stripped the leaves and froze Wamsley, Junior Governor; Donald the return Is January 15, 1972 ;

During the past year a great effort what fruit there was on the Esford, Secretary; and t and failure to return the form

has been made by the Crosby Lake Trying to do what it can to halt trees but did no material damage Tommy Hamon bergeant-At- by then could result In a discontinuance -

Cemetery Association to beautify and such a deplorable practice, the Cem- The spring following Arms. of next year's

rehabilitate the cemetery both old etery Association has notified the Brad clothed them again and a crop monthly pension check Dixon
ford Sheriffs Department of of oranges was borne same the families and invited guess. meeting will be held to include said.
and new parts, some portions of which season In Lawtey district are Dignitaries from Moose additional charter members at Veterans needing assistance

had been allowed to deteriorate badlyin these "raids" on) the cemetery, most trees twenty Inches In diameter Haven at Orange Park Orlan- Following the installation, asocial the Country Club on Sunday, In completing the "questionnaireshould

recent years. Not everything has of which are presumably made under bearing 4,000 to 6,500 oranges do, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale period was enjoyed with I Jan. 9, at 2 p.m. contact their local County -

been done that needs to be done, but cover of darkness. Since the cemeteryis each. In Starke vicinity; were present to assist In dinner served to the approximately Regular; menHiw will ho hold Service Officer, or write Mr.

great strides have been made towarda now much more open than for- some bear 6000. The Fort the Installation which was held 150 persona attending. weekly on Tuesday nights at a Dixon at Box 1437 St. Peters-

merly since the removal of some Harley tree a few miles southwest in the presence or members of If was announced that another ume and place to be announced. burg, Fla.
thorough cleaning up, the Installationof of Starke In the edge of

a water pump with lines to be extended excess trees, shrubbery, and debris, Alachua, has been known to

later, the construction of a it Is unlikely that anyone would risk bear 10000. In Lake Butler: .. ,.. ., .

pump and tool house, and the plowingof being seen taking stolen articles out neighborhood Is a tree 24 Inches .,' .It'.s a woratl'f By Martha Sue McCain

fire lines around the entire ceme- during daylight hours. The Sheriffs 000 In diameter Near bearing Providence 7- '.. ..... ?rtffJfl County Extension County Agent NewsBy

tery so that certain areas can be department has promised its cooperation are oranges.some bearing as much as .IJ1J/J/ i1! Home Economics Agent

burned off. The Association has received with special vigilance givento 8000. The orange business Is .. _.. By Bobby L. Taylor
many complimentary remarkson the situation by deputies on their yet In Its Infancy. n

this work, most observers agree- rounds during the holiday season. The FOREST PRODUCTSThere aremakinggood President Wllford Croft: Vice
fact that caught stealing articles are now about 300,000 acres With the Holidays and all nongreasy stains are removedby growth and looking real good President, Paul Emery; Secre-
ing that it looks 100 cent better anyone
per for this time of We are
the will be hav- year.
heavily timbered with yellow goodies you regular laundry methods; tary-Treasurer Fred Glenn, :
than it did a year ago. from the cemetery,, or otherwise pine and cypress. Timber and ing, one thing for sure thereis others are set by them. hoping that the plants will not Directors, J. R. Walnwright, :

damaging it in any way, will be punished naval stores are largely ex- bound to be some spills- Sponge stain with cool water. make too much growth that Rex Smith Wade Casklns Wilson .
The to the full extent of the law resulting in stains. The sooner will cause problems later In
improvement has reached the ported. Or soak stain in cool water Rivers Ray Crawford and :
without saying. This also includesthe TOPOGRAPHYTrail Ridge a stain Is treated the eas- the growing season. Pasco Weeks.
point where owners of lots in the goes for 30 minutes or longer; some Growers should be on the
and Highland are very near to- ier it is to remove. stains Big plan. for the year will
are beginning to take promiscuous tossing out of require an overnightsoak.
cemetery more empty
gether high rolling pine and If It .Is Cranberry it needs, look-out for leaf blight that has Include sponsoring a steer show
interest in their family plots and are beer cans along die cemetery streets, black-jack: ridges; deep, yellow cool water. Coffee- It If stain remains after shown uo In a few fields. This. at the 1973 Bradford County
giving them individual attention-- which seems to be a special delight loam sand soil, that responds is safe for fabric hot water. or soaking, work a soap fungus disease Is starting as Fair for 4-H and FFA members -

having old head stones cleaned, shrub- of some callous nightriders.The readily to manures but GREASY STAINSWashable or detergent Into It, then rinse. a large and spot near the leaf mar- of Bradford and Union
gin rapidly kills the older
bery trimmed or replaced, and cover naturally' poor; adapted to orange Articles Regular washing either If a stain remains after detergent leaves. Zineb will Counties. Paul Emery will be
grass planted. In the last few days, peach, grape, .pear and by hand or by machine, treatment use a chlor- control. some chairman of this committee. ;
other fruits. At Highland remove some greasy stains.
with the approach of the Christmas general public can also playan extensive mill-works, manufacturing are. Some can be removed by rub- ine Nonwashable or peroxygen bleach. However growers should alternate -
season, many have been taking beau- important part) In curbing these best quality yellow bing soap or detergent Into with cool ArticlesSpongestain water. Or force Maneb with Zlneb they
tiful wreaths and other flower pine from lands the stain and then rinsing with begin to get a manganese deficiency -
arrangements despicable practices by notifying, the of Bradford, cool water through stain witha %
or use 50(); Captan atthe I hope noticed Tax Assessor
On you
wash- -
about the head-waters warm water. some
of New
to place on the gravesof Sheriffs department when cars small
any fabrics syringe using a sponge rate of three pounds per Gene Long's notice in
River wear or permanent-press
their departed loved ones. or suspicious-looking persons are noted it may be necessaryto under the stain to absorb the acre. A five to seven day pro- the paper last week. It is very

in the cemetery, especially during WORTHINGTON rub soap or detergent thor- water.If gram should be followed dur- Important that you file for the ,

And therein lies the subject of this the evening hours. SPRING In western SULPHUR oughly into the stain and allowit stain remains rub soap ing high humidity periods. Agricultural Assessment on :
portion of or detergent on stain and workIt
lands used for
editorial. to stand for several hours, bona-flde farming -
county forms clear into
a deep basin fabric Rinse. eec -
With the cooperation of the publicIn 40 by 15 feet Here as or overnight before rinsing. A final sponging with alco- operations.this
Along line it Is also
The Cemetery Association has been giving such Information to the authorities elsewhere In the county are Often however you will need hol helps to remove the soap Greens, greens, and more very Important that you make

receiving reports that many of these perhaps some-- If not all-- remarkable "sink holes." One, is to effective use a grease solvent; this or detergent and to dry the greens are being harvested all of your farming operations
. arrangements are being removed from of this deplorable situation can be o few miles southwest of Sampson even an article fabric more quickly. Test alcohol steadily. These should be apart bona-flde, and economic enter-
has been washed.
In the
lake open pine woods, on fabric first to be of holiday .
your menu.If
, the graves almost as fast as they corrected. forms Sponge stain thoroughly with prises. Most of our folks realize -
a fearful, precipitous sure It does not affect the dye. so, you can leave off the
cavity deep Into the grease solvent Dry. Repast that farmers cannot pay
earth. Dilute alcohol with 2 parts of vitamin pills because our
Is 100 if necessary. It often takes extra higher taxes and stay In busi
yards at water before using it on ace- greens and vegetables are filled
surface and Is wonderful time and patience to remove ness. The question soon to be
with of
most the vitamins
No and
Virginia answered will: be
phenomenon of nature. greasy stains from a I If stain remains alter rinsing minerals that you need, especially whether the
land I.
fabric with really being held for
Horses a special finish.
mules cattle, swine use a chlorine or peroxy- if you have a hen,
sheep, goats and poultry look A yellow stain may remain bleach. agricultural production or for
gen turkey pork or beef roast to
This Christmas there thriving. The range Is good after solvent treatment if stain with speculative Investment pur
as always, go them.
"Virginia, your little friends are and there are excellent beef has been set by age or heat. GOOD TO NIBBLE poses.
will be a Santa Claus but there
will be wrong. They have been affected by and mutton. Every farmer can To remove yellow stain usea Let me leave you with a see C. .
no Virginia. chlorine
raise his or peroxygen bleach.
supply of bacon.
non-sweet treat you can make
the skepticism of a skeptical age. There Is clay In localities If safe for the fabric the ahead of time but beware Over fifth cattlemen from

The 83-year-old woman, who as a They do not believe except they see from which Is made a fair strong sodium: perborate treatment It Is tempting to nibble and Bradford and Union Counties 1971 has been a good year

little girl of eight, wrote her now They think that nothing can be whichis qualIty of Florida brick. is usually the most effective nibble and nibble. attended the Annual Meeting for tension your Service Bradford County We Ex-
for these Staff hopewe
famous letter to the New York sun, ot comprehensible by their little In the Fort Call and Providence Nonwashable stains.Articles- Combine 2 to 3 oz. package in Lake Butler last Thursday have provided the serviceto
there is In
died during the year that is now drawing minds. country a lime and sand formation Sponge stain well with grease cream cheese, V2 pound ched- night. our people that will continue ;
to a close. But her letter and admirably adapted to building solvent. Dry and repeat !if necessary minced dar cheese onions 1 wedge, and blue worcester-cheese, steak (what enjoying else a),nice Mr.T-Bone R. D. to make Agriculture In

the reply It brought from a thoughtful purposes. Taken out of the It often takes extra Bennett our County productive and
: "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa time and shire sauce. The cheeses mix of the Flo- compliment all the other businesses
patience to -
earth moist It is easily sawed remove
editor will be rida Cattleman's
newspaper never better if
Claus. lie exists as certainly as love into blocks, any size and shape greasy stains from fabrics with room temperature, Industries to make
forgotten then refrigerate at least overnight gave a good round-up talk a-
and a special Bradford County better
generosity; and devotion exist, and desired, with a common crosscut finish It does get better as bout the activities of the State a place

you know that they abound and give to saw. It is porous very A yellow stain may remain the flavors meld. This works Association and a tour of cat- lows rill

This is what inquisitive: little Vir- your life its highest beauty and joy. light of weight when dry. hardens after solvent treatment If stain better as a spread doesn'tdip tle facilities in Europe andRus.la. give some 1971 high
has been set next week. Till then
by heat. we
whitens with age
I It
ginia O'llanlon wrote to the editor of Alas! how dreary would be the world I. much cheaper than brick.age :To remove yellow stain use a too satisfactorily. In your Bradford County Agricultural

the New York Sun in 1897. If there were no Santa Claus! The F. Ry. & Nav. Co/. chlorine or peroxygen bleach. Best wishes to you and yours Union Officers Association of the for Bradford-1972 Building wish you a

Railroad) running! from Fer- If safe for the fabric, the strong for a Happy Holiday Seasonl! are: very Merry Christmas.THo ;

"Dear Editor: I am 8 years old. "No Santa Clans! Thank Cod he lives, nandIna on the Atlantic to Cedar sodium perborate treatment.la ,,

Some of my little friends say there Is and he lives forever. A thousand years Keys on the Gulf of Mexico these usually the most effective for I
no Santa Claus. Papa says 'If you from now, Virginia, he will continue runs border.southwest Other across eastern NONGREASY STAINSsoft( GraduateIn i
see it in The Sun it's so.' Please tell to make glad the heart of childhood." be built and choice bodies will of drinks cocoa blood! alcoholic FFA'er
me the truth, is there a Santa Claus?" land along the prospective beverages Many fresh stain nne EngineeringDale

The little girl, long since grown routes can now be bought cheap can be removed by simple treat- 70" OF THE :.

In his inspired reply, which has Into an aged woman, is gone this ly.' menu. Stains set by heat or ,( r Albert Crosby, son of :
been reprinted down through the years The varied resources of age may be difficult or impossible Mr. and Mrs. A.
Christmas but the Crosby :
message that her Bradford offer to remove.
county .
times than other Christmas WeekMike Jr. of Starke and Hollis Jerome
more any Innocent letter brought forth will live, pleasant and lucrative inducements Washable Articles Some c. -
Kelley, son of Doris and
the editor said: '.
message, to
like Santa Claus forever! the Immigrant. The Clyde Kelley, of Brooker received -
climate is free of gnats, mosquitoes from Starke houri
; three from their B. S. degrees in
: sand-files and malaria -
Jacksonville. Civil Engineering during
OliverMike com
and delightful the
year round. The place was settled by W. mencement exercises In the
Bradford In the great future of Florida, B. Young In 1882. The settlers University; of Florida gymnasium

will stand prominent are all whites from Mississippi Saturday, Dec. 11. 1
The Bradford County _w1 her sister counties this year. Mike Is filing for :
among Alabama Georgia, North Oliver .is FFA'er of The commencement addresswas ,
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED :4 showering prosperity; and happiness Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri die week. During Mike's four the State Farmer's degree the given by Sidney Hook professor :

v among her sons and Illinois. New York and Vermont year's of FFA he has been ac- highest state degree. of philosophy) at New '

1879 daughters.BtJRRIN.) and the population is tive in such thliws as parliamentary Mike fairs has been showing active beef In cat-our York University; and a recept- }t
settled T. county
about 100.There are three churches procedure, poultryJudging ion was held afterward for the
Burrln. Starke, livestock. and tie He caught a calf In the
Christian, W. B. Young, Judging graduates, their families and
which Is Chamber of Commerce
situated on Transit pastor; Methodist J. A. Cas- state demonstration contests friends at the home of UF President '

w.Mu. Ba still,and know that.. nandIna Railroad andt1mU.atromJackaomUle. 67 miles from Fer- tel, pastor; Baptist, W. H.Mal- held In Daytona. Beach at the Calf his start Scramble in raising In 1969,eef and cattle got and Mrs. Stephen OCon- ;
state FFA convention. nell.
fFLORI ESS CM...'-(PaalH ca, 10.) A large amount of phurs of, pastor.noted Among the owners :
A orange groves we
Burrln.timbered The land land is owned.U by Mr. find Messrs. J. B. Cason, B. He .is chairman of the BUILD- Mike Is the son of Mr. ana Into action says Jackie Marr, :
flat and
A S S O t' T O N These are days of fear and large quantities. can be, had HaiL R. H. Livingston A. Hall ING OUR AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Mrs. O.a Oliver. He and Ms reporter for the senior FFA :
chapter to
D. Jones and Bralnerd Mit which Mike belorvs.
uncertainty In our beloved for orange groves or other COMMITTEE. On this family live on a 60 acre farm Oliver has also :.
land, of dread and anxiety chell. committee he was state winner In the northwest section of serviced on
' purposes. Klngtley Lake .is 6 the Bradford
The Lake Navarre High School Bl- :
about our future. Frightening miles distant. Drs. A. B. Bry B. Academy: last year and attended the National Bradford County. He also raises Racial .
Rev. Wm. Young. Principal and the
'; predictions come over the airwaves an and D. B. Frimble own .U an excellent institutionof Convention In Kansas swine rabbits and such mittee.' Elections Com
the largest City; Missouri to receive a crops as corn watermelons,
E.L. MATTHEWS Editer-Publisher, in our new.paperthePu.h.hod orange groves, and learningImmigrants will I
national award a silver beans and
the name of the em pea., greens.
temptation is to loee faith andcourage. find inducements to
each and Second locate
ThurtdaV entered a* J. P. McCully. many: blem. Mike plans to continue
Class Matter at the Pest Office et Starke, Florida .W. seek petfce of mind here. Rev. W. B. Young Mike Is a senior at Bradford education after high school and Ms l

under Act ef March Std 1879.. and soul I, nd peace for our HAMPTON la located on me Is postmaster. and has a polite High School and .Is In his fourth serve his country In :

Subscription 'In trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside. country Let us take a quiet Transit R. R. near the beauti- assistant In Marion N.Blait- Mike also was chairman of year of vocational agriculture. branch of service. some

trade area 1 year, $5.50. nipment to reflect: Do we l love ful Lake Navarre(editor's note don. t the fair exhibit for two years He has been the spark plug Jackie MareBradford ;,

Cod Do we trust in Him now known minutes'as Hampton LakeX) (To be continued next week.) and was on the forestry team for his chapter coming up with '
twenty ride by rail which won the state contest:; novel Ideas/ and putting thorn Senior Chapterr

PAGE 8 TELEGRAPH DEC. 23, 1971 .

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Renewal Cards For Homestead

\ 4 ti
f. ;1, Exemptions To Be MailedHomestead

I Pei exemption renew- 1. The law becomes effective -
al cards wUl be mailed In Jan- December 31, 1971, for use
uary to all persons who have on the 1972 tax rolls.
734I applied In the past. All new
: Irl comers must have a deed or 2. The exemption Is allow
contract recorded In the Clerkof able to legal residents of Florida -
Courts Office before Janu- who meet the customary
ary 1972, then apply for the homestead exemption require-
exemption between January 1st ments and who are 65 years of
/ \ and April 1st. They must establish age or older as of January I 1.
legal residence of the 1972, and who have been legal i
State of Florida to be eligiblefor residents of Florida for the
I r i' the exemption. preceding years. five consecutive "7,
-- Those
-"'- persons applying for
the extra $5000 will note on the
1+ ,: :$ homestead renewal card, they 3.to the The operating exemption School will mil-apply -
,- ,' .- must come Into the Assessor's only. ,
office and
sign a separate application -
4/fz9 or write to the office -
let the warmth for the application to be 4. The law requires theState
attached to the renewal card. of Florida to replace In the
/ Let us all rejoice and magic of School Operating Fund of the
"7 c We wish you all the BASIC FACTS ABOUT THE county any money which Is lost
and know thatChristmas Christmas embrace ADDITIONAL $5 000 HOME to the county from this exemption -
May all '15at's'part of joys of Christmas. EEMP'It10N .
each and STEAD
Christmas ba port of \x! IsDoug's Olin's Mobil everyone :
'p here. us. 0 0H 0It's
your holiday, Horn Sales
Stariu Bulkier
Sunnoco Supplies, Inc
Our Sinc.r.Thanks To Tho.
Ronald E. Dopson, D. C. 452: N. TompU Who Bought Our Mo II.. In Compl.t. Build.. Sorvlco
Starko 964-8339 1971 216 E. Washington Stark. ]

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season's greetings


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Here's -wishingyou Iq

a holiday season ta you rid airh _i4.

that's: in the old-time tradition!
May the. ItecuiUf oj tltebe.

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Stark, Florida Faulkner Gulf Service TRAIL RIDGE ([U PUN]) HIGHLAND

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HAM P TON Allow Time to Put Personal .,

Touch on That Special GiftThe I

Qjr Karen 3bpslv
personal touch of the remembered with identification :
KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS sible by donations of refreshments monogrammed gift keeps It tags and sleeping baskets -
Preparation for and my solicited: by Mayor Bruno high on the shopper's list. even an extra can of .
trip to Miami made It Impossible and cash donations provlIng And getting personal can food. A stocking hung at the .
for me to enter thla week toys by Hazel Thomas apply to practically everyoneto fireside can have the animal's '....
ly Insert the last fortnight. Iam Mrs. Bruno would like to be remembered at this name Imprinted on It, then
making a comeback with It thank everyone who helped make holiday season. filled with goodies especially
by Introducing a very Interesting f the Children's Christmas Party Mom Dad grandparentsand selected for the pet Involved. ". ..
couple to our readers. hradane ; such a success by volunteering cousin by the dozens .: =

I refer to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid their time and talents: Mrs. will appreciate the extra The roster of gifts to be ....:.....
Clark. Mr. Alberta Hall, Mr. Is endless. Per .
Involved. personalized
Fontaine, who have lived thoughtfulness .'
and Mrs. A.C. Dennison Mrs. .....
In Hampton since-last December : As for the children in the sonal clothing or Jewelry, .. .
Wilfrid Fontaine. Mrs. Lynn luggage or stationery, handkerchiefs .. "
but have been on the move family monogrammed gifts ,
a great deal, so have not been lieu Mr. and Mrs. Fred PhIl- include a bonus. Not only do and household linens

readily available for an inter- F M 1 1k .. Edward Mrs. George Saxon RodriguezMrs. Marshal! children love something that are among the many gift
view. Prior to moving here, Is "theirs alone," but monograms ideas. :
the Fontaines were preceded and Ralph Mrs.Vaughan Frances and wife Wadsworth.,Evelyn. and names make for Very important to note ....-:.
by their son who found and : easy Identification of apparel however Is the need to select -:-:

purchased their house for 4 their Young help persons to tfie party contributing were: and personal. belongings.. these gifts early allowing 1:::i
them. This transition ook r ample time for names or LILIolibap
Mark Bruno, Valerie Jones '
for of preferring to be monogrammedand 1tt
place reasons The family pet? Of course.
Paul Phillips, Georllne and Ml- "
the warmer climate on lane and Kittens: and puppies can be ready for Christmas :=::
the part of Mr. and Mrs Fon- Rodriguez, Joy Saxon. ehb; ...:.:

taine. SCHOOL NEWS The holiday season mast :::;:::
Wilfrid, born Ih Maine but have bren duU In the
reared In Canada, has many -- busy Hampton week. Elementary the had a old days when the wassail ) <0rrrting9. May the beauty of' the ;::2y
achievements to his credit They spent the latter ten processing: In Bridgeport, have entertaining students -
yearsIn with various activities bowl was the only game To all good friends reflect and -:: :;
group joy
blessed their with season
being talented In several fields Oxford and the former years parents six scheduled.
Among his accomplishmentsare : In Bridgeport! grandchildren between them. and neighbors. happiness.
a talent for art. with several Their two sons, Edward 38, The Fontaines make a color- Lew's
On Tuesday the
Ms paintings adding to a farmer !In Oxford and Thomas ful pair, and I'm sure others First Grades Kindergartenand went on a Pecen Welding Shop Bonnie's Hair Styles
the atuacttve decor of their 29, a department head In will find them as Interestingand Held trip to Gainesville. While 301 S. Whispvrlng Pins Motel

home. computer: operations and data Invigorating as I did. there they saw Santa and enJoyed Stark. 964-8252 Hwy.. 301 S. Stark. 964-8230
Other handworks enhancing! a picnic In the park. Merry

material the home are scrape rugs, made crocheting: from Hampton Wednesday Elem.ntary"; Mr. Chapman Music \',\ Christmas

such filings ai- sofa coverlets, Teacher) led a group of seniors : \
other articles.Mr. .
handbags, and
from Bradford High School In
Fontaine was also In the .
singing Christmas carols.
business picture: making,with f W
Thursday I The 4th Grade put
designs created on the back
on a Christmas play followedby .
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of glass. He Is currently applyIng *
a turkey dinner with all the -.u
his artistic talents to the trimmings.Friday ',-
task of painting and redecorating : ,, .
: The Christmas gift :
his now home. from the teachers to the stud : ,",
The Fontaines CharlesCox's .' .
bought .
ents was Toby Tyler, one of r + + + :0.., '."
old home and redoing .
are .
Walt Disney's full-length movie : ,:;
It to suit their tastes. + + .'
Wilfrid Is veteran of World productions.Each .. .
+ + ,
class had a party at the '
War I, serving In the Infantryof .,
the Canadian Army. Retired end of the day. and enjoyed T V -rY1 : J ,
cookie, cupcakes, and 1 Kool-
now, he Is Just content to recall aid ......

Sikorsky his days(United of employmentwith Aircraft) _' X_ Let us all rejoice .'v7'. .
In Stratford. Conn. / and know that "
Williard Thomas who
Mrs. Fontaine Josephine) Is was
not without mention herself. bo.pltallzeclHveral weeks / Christmas is
ago with a heart attack came
She Is an accomplished: cook
home on the 17th of this month. 71'- here. ,
housewife, and mother with
He Is confined to the house and ,
Let heart
two sons to prove a point. A every .
Is doing as well as can be expected -
native New Yorker, she lived for his condition.He sing with joy. ,.-
there during the time she met Mayer Arthur Bruno direct traffic a. Florida Pow.r

her husband 37 years ago. She workmen string up Vt"mpton's flat Christmas lights lost hospital Is In due January for return to undergo to the Starke Pet Center ESAU BRIGHT JR. ,.-,'
and WUfled moved to Connec- week. .
ticut 12 years later, where they The town It alto sponsoring a Christmas lightingcontest tests Any for friends heart and surgery.well-wishers Owners Harry & Kathloon Contractor B wilder -
had lived until last December.
and a Christmas for to him visit Collier
party youngat.rs.SILENT wanting pay a
1 Mi. S. of
may do so at anytime. He would 120 N. Court Stork, 964-7929 Lawt.yon

ITEMS OF INTERESTThis like to have friends come by Rd 200 SB
year marks the first time and chat, and regrets ho Is
that Christmas ornament and unable to go out and do the Tol. 782-3868 BUFORD MITCHELL

lights have been put up In same.

Hampton over the city; streets.A Stark. T.I. 964.6853
string& of lights Is located
near each main point In town:
o4 Baker's Grocery, Post Office, w'
L6t Us1o Y NIGHT / \ City; Hall ( which U also decorated ..

1''eNolyiane. cery. ), and Bruno's Gro .'.'.

Stringing of lights was done ?i %!S "
by Florida Power & Light Co. "I...
while being supervised by Mayor "
Bruno. .,.'-
Well, tonight's the night.Don't :

4 forget to put on your lights .
and other ornaments for the .' .'
Home Decoration Contest. Jud- 17f ',,'.
ges will start looking around t

b y 7:30. so don't be caught c.i ........
unprepared. Good luck and "
1 may the best house wlnl I .
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Nine townspeople gathered .'
a ..
listen to the proceedings: of y '
the December 14 Council meet- % I'
Ing. Present were: Chairman, 4r <
HRIST AS May the true meaningof Pat Glover; Councilmen A.C. rf:! I
Christmas make your Dennison and Frances Wads- Marry y X ':"tLJ .. .. !
worth; City Clerk Lillian S. ChristmasMay !
holiday the happiest. Berth; and Mayor Arthur x i
the gift of' .
J Santa Claus made an early .
be 'found
happiness J
J. & J. stop to leave CouncU mem-
ROOFING W. L. bers nice new name plates and with you. S. S. NOEGEL And all good things b. Sincere wishesto j
personalized coffee: mugs.
& Sheet
Metal DISTRIBUTORB. Business of the evening Included STARKElEx AUTO SALES yours this Christinas..Mlcanopy all our patrons and customers =::, J

Call Stark 964-8778 : announcing Hampton's ";t.., v.., You Must S.. '
P. OIL CORP. number so that persons BILL GRAUDONSHeating :: !
phone S. S. B.foro You Trod" Welding Shop ;
can contact It as a City.; The .
(! C J
number Is 4681201. There Is : Tommy Mgr. & Air Conditioning
also a number for the Fire US 301 South Stark. j

Department now and It Is 468- Della 964.8970 Hwy 301 S. Stark 964-7652 '
and Ed Col.
1020. Add these to your direc- I
tory In case of emergency. .
Alberta Dell and Mrs.,Arthur
Bruno were appointed to serveon .
the recreation board.
Wlllard Thomas formally resigned .
as City; Marshal, and / SAVE :
Ralph Vaughn was appointed to \V .
fill the vacancy.A : : o. rSi .
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motion was made and carried 0\
,:\\ & Along With
to send the Marshal and fj\\f) ..9'CoO.0t'
aU Interested parties to a : ".oc\.'\\,.. ..,,,.
police training course at the '& ,,,.(
Vo-Tech Center In Starke. ", ,. Us!, ,7 <;.. o/
Following the business session ,o" H ,.:"t' S ..,..

J a Christmas party was : 0\ q oo .:'I". .
held a* this was the last meetIng ,- gF v \
(\ .
before the holidays' Guestsat 3 V NO *
the party enjoyed many varied _ '44 tits RG1tt* 11

f cak., cookies: and other 0 *
; confection: delights plus coffee.: ThcVxChs1masr


Due to a misunderstanding .
I I mistakenly reported the annual ;: :
II Christmas Party as going
l to take place this coming Saturday .
, a Dec. 25. The party was ........-- ., ,
i t originally scheduled for the 18th .. :
and was held on that day.
I y The Christmas Party was a
.r. huge success. The evening wu CRAWFORD TENNECO .
off to ;:!
a good start with Christmas -
Wrapping up greetings to tend. to Carols directed by Mrs. SERVICE STATION ..

r all our wonderful friends & patrons! bv Clark Joy Saxon with and piano Valerie accompanied one.. THE WARMTH OF HOMETHE ...:... ::;

Jim KUnberly' followed with a 301 N. TEMPLE:8t ti
reading at 'The Night Before WEALTH OF FRIENDSHIPOUR ;:
Christmas." ,,'.

Colonial Florist Santa Claus arrived by policecar ONE GREAT WISH. ,.,.....
and took Ms seat on the

J Don & Dot Bagwell throne to give out candy: ; and ''.
toys. Many of the children

I Sea.."'. Best WI.h... were given Ice cream soda, CROWN BUILDERS :..
: and cookies. They all had avery
Te Our Customers good time. The grownups Wo Build Homos Your Let ;:
seemed to have the best Or Ours.Phono See .-.,": ''
506 E. None Sterile '"-6Z91 time, getting pleasure from Us
964-8337 or 964-5136
watching: the children.
The party WM made pos



SENIOR .. Level

County ..,

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v .'j! "", Mental Health ',
: ,
h The prime necessities of life .. .
t for human beings are Hood;dotting .
ty and shelter. Living in a '
+ y money economy means you must +
have sufficient Income to meet l :
m rLttaava rL i these basic needs. It U strange Unit OrganizedMoving

: : a a,.., then that a lopsided vote 81- '
11. passed November 17 In the'U. .,',
S. Senate decided In affect ,:, .,
to delay consideration of ,, .t" further toward mental health
t1 ,
a Social Security; boost until '.
: '
February or March 1972. This .. : care on the local level, a Bradford County
_ _ _
action came Just prior to the .. Mental Health Citizen's Advisory Board
; ,i White House Conference on Aging -
has been organized to work in
where it was strongly proposed .
,. ." that a 25% Increase In with the 10-oounty Regional Mental Health
'" ,
:': S. S. Benefits was needed Association.Moving
: : : RIGHT NOW for the elderly .. ,' j
to keep abreast of the increases ... Citizen's Advisory Board with I
i'A In the cost of living gener further toward mental aid from the Alachua Mental --.------ _
'. ,'. ally. Even if an increase U Lighting Display health care on the local level Health Department, Is collect-
voted upon, it won't be in our a Bradford County; Mental ing data In the following areas:
S. S. checks until June 1972, Hampton Health Citizen's Advisory 1 D Schools dropouts, absenteeism 2 Retiring Employees H
at least and may well be eaten Board has been organized to and underachievementdue

up by that time by the. People have tra- work In conjunction with the to students' or parent's
twin villains of taxes and in- 10-county Regional Mental mental or emotional problems Honored By Phone Co. H
veled from miles
"w'," flation. Letters protesting against Health Association 2) Crime and Juvenile delinquency. -
this delay should be sent around to see this Rev. Bob Burch named by r
to Sen. Russell B. Long.Chairman the County Commission to represent 3) Drug addiction 4) Numberof Two retiring einplojocs of years past, decorated each
of the Senate Finance Committee striking lighting dis- Bradford on the boardof suicides, 5)) Divorce rate, the Florida State Telephone Co. place card.
Dr. Calvin J. Houpt presents senior,center Farlon and Senators Ed Gxumey play In Hampton at directors for the 10-county 6)) Number and category of assistance In Starke were honored at a In addition of all employeesand

MeCellan with Sportsmanship Award and Lawton Ch uis. the home of Mr. and parent group appointed the programs.Up banquet Thursday, Dec. 16, In their husband or wife!, spe-
As income is baste in the members to the county; advisory to now the attempt to the Pecan J Room at the Garden cial guests were Mrs. Robert
lives of all people, so then Mrs. Cite Sheppard. board. First meeting of bring mental health aid to the Restaurant W. Ingle, Al Boswell of Boni
KH does health and income run the county; group was held Nov. local level has been strictly Retiring effective December fay, and Mr. and Mrs. H.A.
OveipoweredBy parallel with each other. Good The multicolored 3.At a fact finding effort Rev.Burch 31 are Orle Wiggins Deft) Bishop Jr., former owners of
health la the medium to earning lights reflect so well that time John Snell. a points out. But U the programis and Joe Morris In the photo. the old starke Telephone Co.
ability and production of guidance counselor at Bradford funded at the Federal level, above. State President RobertW.
Blue Devils goods and services. With enough Into a fish pond It High School was elected president as It Is expected: to be, those Ingle presented the Dec. School

bacqutreandkeep provisions health can be Is difficult to tell oT the county; group and funds plus state and local plaques Bid uroes are hold-
made Father James Cregan matching funds already appropriated -
Clay High's six foot-slxMark proved their shooting average' or at least, procure doctor'scare the real thing from lected secretary. was e- will enable the 10-coun Ing.Wiggins started his 13 yearsof Funds
I Richardson turned Into one to 46 per cent for the game, medicine and comfort, the reflection. ty regional unit to employ and service with the company Up
I man team Tuesday night against while Keystone shot a cold 31 releasing the individual from Other board members are Mrs. train technicians. on October 6,1958 as bookkeeper
I visiting Keystone, pouring in per cent: anxiety and worry. To meet Sarah Prince, Mrs. Arlln Mc- Bradford Is due for three and accountant. Urndford County will receive
iten baskets and one charity Bobby Burner paced the In- the health needs of our Nation Knight Elzle Sanders, Richard such "technicians" and each Morris started with the old an Increase $9.800 this month
I shot for 21 points to lead Clay diane with 17 points Including a reasonable goal in Income Roberts, president of the Brad- will be given training in specific Starke Telephone Company on fOC-school expenses as part ofthe450.8
|High to a 90-59 romp. nine from the line. security; can never be attained ford High' School student body; Burch September 1, 1940 and< Is completing million Florida's 67
chart and Miss Lula Mae Cut .. areas, Rev. says.
Richardson nabbed an even ST A so long as unpredictable health boards 31 years and four monthsof county school systems will
{more impressive 45 rebounds K.H. 9 18 10 22 59 costs threaten the income of Rev. Burch represents Brad- Such citizen advisory service. Throughout the share this month for transportation -
I In the Tuesday night contest Clay 20 IS 27 28 90 the older person. Roll upyour ford County on the District No. have been formed throughoutthe years Morris has been an Installer teachers salaries, edu-
AAA should be 5 board set up to the 10-county; state to help in preparingfor caUdnal
III Clay High Class school, First consideration sleeves and repairman.The Improvement and other
I simply over powered A class Clay High Ownby 9-1-19, the enactment of a National or regional, area. Dr. Bill new legislation and health new retirees were welcomedto expense\ Comptroller FredO.
1 Key stone to even their mark Reese 7-0-14, Calney 8-1-18 Health Program to Insure that Korth and Mrs. Mickey Swin- approaches to mental the banquet in their honor by Bud) Dickinson sold today. .
4 and 4 for the season. Richardson 10-1-2L Dlckerson Health care would include ALL ford from the Alachua County which becomes effective July Area Manager Gerald Williams, Btpdford County will receive
The loss dropped Keystone 2-0-4, Battle..2-6-4. : Houston Americans, old and young. The Mental Health Department are I 1. 1972. Called the Maxine Baker who presented State President $193,240 this month as compared -
|,to 2 1-5 mark. 1UJones" 1-0-2, Delp l-Vr financing of this program would working with the Citizen's Advisory Act, the new legislations Is Robert W, Ingle from the com- to $184,464 for the same
Cold first half shooting/ enabled 2. May IOrqlt o 1-0-2. be shared by the Federal Government 1 Board In determining; aimed at making treatment of pany's Bonifay Office. Plaquesin time last year.
the Indians to stay within Totals 42-8-90. em individuals the specific needs of Bradford mental Illness voluntary and appreciation of their ser- Union County will receive$61,
f eight points of the Blue Devils.I Keystone Burner 4-9-17, To implement a Na- County. to usher In community mental vice, were presented by Pre 249 this month, an Increase of
I Clay High turned It on the leeLeno 1-3-7. Perry 1-3-5, Dai- tional Health Insurance Program "We're just now expanding health services.It sident Ingle from the company.In $4,SOU. Last year Union County
ond half to score 55 points and soy 1-2-4, Wrinkle 2-1-5, Ellis Senior Citizen urge Immediate Into the local level," says Rev. is hoped that a great manyof keeping with the Holiday received $56,771 for the monthof
'j\ crush Keystone 90-59. 1-0-2, Brannon 3-3-9, liufcett passage of the National Burch. "We'll have to deter- the persons with mental Season the banquet table was December.
'm! With the strong second half 0-2-2, Grayson 135. Totals Health Security Act of 1971S. mine what the county; does health problems, perhaps as decorated with poinsettias and 'Hie Comptroller said $40
a effort the Blue Devil's Im162759.. ( 3-H.R.. 22). which would need." high as 90 per cent, will be greenery. Centered on the table million of the support money
,J. Include all necessary doctor's Purpose of the county; level treated as out patients of a local was a large cake, decora- for public schools Is providedby
services, preventative medicine c citizen's advisory board is to mental health unit ted with two lamp posts and the state's Minimum Founda-
day health centers local i M define, catagorlze, and referto Thus, It is hoped, the new two gold rocking chairs. An Inscription tion Program, the legislative
Warm Weather clinics) and surgery, all hospital With the regional board the pro program will cut down greatlyon read: "Best Wishes formula for funding the K-12
expenses: and costs, Including The AmericanRed blems which need attention In the number of patients now Orie and Joe." program, and $2.7 million in
hospital care and affiliated Cross.In Bradford, he points out. Each going to state mental hospitals. A hand drawn candlestick sales tax funds especially ear-
nursing homes approved ft county advisory board Is sup It was on this basis that telephone, reminiscent of marked for Schools.
On Flies home posed to be made of the Bradford Commission
Brings out-patient care, mot ana of American up a cross County; -
health care and coverage and all life today your dollar I'I buyIng section of the local populace, bought the new program
prescription drugs, ss well. less But the money you Rev. Burch adds. and agreed to contribute to ttr GAINESVILLEBusiness
donate to the Red Cross In working to enumerate the financing of It.Industry.
If you think flies are worse lei at the time. a range psychiatric care stretches farther than ever
now than they have been In Files are bad here now Tra- and sanitariums for senile oldsters before needs of Bradford County, the_

Bradford County; you're right! wlck says, but Union bounty) ; and dental care, including .., ."...._.. ."',;..' '''' u. < -
The warm weather everybodyhas has a worse case than Brad, dentures prescription> eyeglasses ':: l\\ ;P-t I 9&r DirectoryAUTO
been enjoying recently has ford. .There have also been hearing aids and foot :. .
some bad effects /too. .reports of flies becoming bothersome -' care. "V
Flies are hatching out now In Polk County; ano- We further propos that all
......._ ..
their rhirkMi t retired doctors, nurses, hoe-
aided by the hot humid weather flU SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
says Sanitarian Jack While Union's fly problem tria lmtsolog ctssanddoptoseM ,. .
Trawlck. His Mosquito Control is worse than Bradford's, reports ss BRASINGTONCADILLAC
Unit Is busy spraying over the of flies blackening surfaces should be encouraged to re- ..
county; every day. on which they light have enter this all-inclusive medical .. r IKSMOBII.K Johnson & Far, Inc.
been exaggerated the sanitarian profession without further examinations -
Trawlck predicts an Improvement SALES &: SERVICE:
of the situation In the next reports. He has been in at reduced hours SUED PLANTSInMerUrklea -
few days. N. Union County; this week helping of work to relieve the critical t ,". ; ,' : ,..i Fine Selection .of Used Can Pet SuppUeaFERTILIZERS
officials there. shortage existing In these tby I, Taken J>D Otdlllac Trade
There have been reports of Warm temperatures and rain fields at present. till t\: \ 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. :T>-M01
flies caused by chicken farmson have also caused a good crop We have the talent, the know- _
the Bayless Highway,Brown- of polsousus weeds such as how and the people who are We Kent Fertilizer Spreader
lee Road, and the Grids Loop' nightshade and an outbreak of willing to fill these Jobs! We .. Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8IJ Ph. 37S-M76
area, Trawick says. But he has mole crickets In pastures are the richest and best country ::1-,, II i
Investigated each report and County; Agent Bobby Taylor reports In the world. With all of ." GLASS
found the chicken farmers to farmers are hopeful a this in our favor, why shouldwe
be blameless. In some cases good frost will kill the weeds be In 18th place in Infant 4 wheel ik-lve and oars
the farms he checked didn't and slow the mole cricket action and elderly mortality This ,, Sale, Part., Service
even have chickens in the hou- Is our greatest challenge. we c-- Clean Used ToroU: LIDDELL
are first In armaments, firepower -
1700 N Main 378-126O
military strength: ,and In
space, but we are very low In _i Glaas Company
I FPL Seeks $85 Million HikeFlorida health care and services. In Beauty Academy

potential we are very great, -" > ."Claim For Every Purpose"
Power & Light Co. L. Shevin's angry predictionof but in delivery we could be POWELL'S Stfra FroD\\._ rrol'1l
Is seeking to Increase its electric last week. He said then better. Sweden, France and SE Youngsters Put Old Paper To Work Beauty Academy Tub Enclomi.cs-Showers
rates by $85 million, withan that PSC approval of FPL's Great Britain, and all European : 11 Furniture Tops Ola s Re

"escalation clause" that current rates would prompt a countries, exceed us in beam a Profee Lion In Tour pUocd
would let the company add the revest for even higher sched National Health and Social Security Youngsters at Starke Elementary School have collectedold Spore Time. Full or Part Time NEW lOCATION
cost of new anti-pollution devices ules. ; Programs. These pro- newspapers to pay for trophies to be given to winners 219 N W loth 37 -27IW
to consumer bills. Instigated in 1909 of the President's National Physical Fitness Programnow lUll So Main GalnesvUkr
At that time the Attorney in Germany and adopted 1911 under way at the school. ELECTRIC MOTOltS
"The clause would enable the General said!, through an aide, in Great Britain, but we are The boys loading paper with Mrs. Pam Tison's help 372-8191 : 372-1102

company to provide environmental that he Intends to reverse the 60 years behind. Why? are Q-r) Dwayne Baldwin, Greg Watkins, Timmy Bryan ELECTRIC
facilities on a timely Commission's We senior citizens stand by Glen Conner, and Dale Rogers.The .
responsive, and responsible basis Public Service of current FPL rates. these principles. We believeIn Starke Elementary PTA project Is headed by Motor Repair Co. MEN'S WEAR
according to the com approval' full and plenty; bqt no waste. Rev. John Strickland and Mrs. Joyce Chambers, at left
He is also seeking Supreme discussion The U-haul truck donated Paul Faulkner'sGulf Of Gnlneovllte, IDC.
pany's petition, filed with the These were the points of above. was by

Public Service Commission last Court permission to represent and recommendation Service Station. Repairingand R, wtnding STAG 'N DRAG
taken at the WhIte House
environmental up Used
week. in rate disputes
the public ,
costs are Incurred for the public contending that FPL rates are Conference on Aging. Lawmen SpeakAt Civitan Planning Uses e Griffon SulU
-Joe Kerrigan 2818 H W. 16th Ph. 372-8318!
benefit, they produce no already $27 million too high. e Arrpw ShlrtA-Florabelnx Shoe
additional revenue for the company Post 56Christmas March Of Dimes Novel Devices MOVERS Formal Rental
," the petition added. e Ladle SporUwesvrZ .

president Marshall Give the Gift of Music This Year MeetChief Benefit Walkathon To Clean Air e ,Lone Distance Moving,. !SI'ORES'.13 W. UNIVERSITY
McDonald said the giant utility Give your family the gift of muiic countleM hours of pleasure and en- Deputy Sheriff Dolph Discussion of the ClvttanClub'.lGmUewalkathonseUor Ping pong balls and mar Storage Packing and GAINESVILLE MALL
needs a rate of return on Its this Christmu. joyment. One minute you're playing Reddish and Starke; Police Chief bles are helping to keep the Crating Shipping ,
Investment between 8.75 per It'l the perfect way to build fam the organ-the next, a guitar, harp- Ken Fuqua were guest speakers January 22 as a March of Dimes air clean. Free KiUnuUs CaU
cent and 9.25 per cent, adding ily togethemeu. Sparked by the cur- lichord or banjo. Special tabs allow at American Legion Post benefit occuped the club's One Midwest steelmaker MUSICBALDWIN
that the present profit margin rent rage for everything from popto anyone-from beginner to profesnonil S6's Christmas Party; and Tuesday morning meeting. floats 600,000 ping pong ballson
. Is Insufficient. folk tunes, music u a family home ; -to create automatically a smorgasboard Tuesday, Dec. the surface of acids in .
activity has roared in popularity and wide range of instrument sounds, u 14. Route for the march was established storage tanks while they

"Thla would produce a rate is today second only to reading well a* reverberation and vibrato 80 legtonalres and their ladies beginning and ending await use in the production
Your home be filled with the effect 'at the Bradford County Courthouse
of of approximately 8.95 can attended, according to Post PIANO* ORGANS
. return
cent when related to a rich sounds of music year-round witha Small in liie-but big in enter Commander Bill Scogglns: who on Temple Avenue. Interest process. ototci Of rm Asmm1
per projected 1972 year end rate new Hammond Organ, createdto tainment-Hammond Organs range aid it was ". the best Is high in the project, According to the com- Van Service, Inc.
said. provide fun and musical educa- from compact Spinet model to de turnout we've had." according to Don Hill. pany's engineers, the celluloid 4iPlJaMMUSICuO'vfl1e
; base, the petition tion for everyone from dad to little ,ign-inapired console models avail The post awarded Charlie The walkathon Is open for spheres help trap noxious 1540 N.E Waldo Rd. C'vUIe
.liter. able in a variety of furniture woods Schaefer membership chairman anyone in the county who will- fumes which otherwise might m-4rh
The proposed Increase bore Easy to learn and play the new and cabinet style to complementany a life time membershipIn march with the Civitan Club
, out Attorney General Robert Hamoncl Organt provide excitingnew home decor. Post 56. Schaefer Is also members. Another steel firm directs
feature guaranteed to !give being sponsored for District Those unable to walk are Invited cleansed waste gas from steel- AUTO SALES SERVICE_ Shopptnv Ctr. In.ISA

J 4 poet commander: by Post 56. to be sponsors who are making operations through BLOUNT
. TODAY'S SANTA Post 56 was represented in needed to contribute to the wal PUN IIAC farm and Industrial
. with two
Modem Santas are becoming the Starke Christmas paradeby kers. Any amount may be dona chambers packed GMC. INC. '
quite conscious about to- Comrades Claudia Perry ted. million marbles. Water flow- Equipment

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home day's fast changing fashion and Lee Taylor; along with two Walkers may also be sponsored ing through the marbles cools
scene. This Interest opens upa National Guardsmen, Rudolph for much mile, the gas before it's released
'. vast area for gift sugges Hutcbeson and G.T Hardy.Scagglgs making it so interesting per to set into the atmosphere.Use Santa Fe Tractor,
!_: tlons. Topping many lists areaccessories. announced that Post of such unlikely items
StARKEr Belts Just bow much of the l -mfJeCOUI"M
jewelry Adjutant Pete Witt continue: to
walker table tennis balls and Auth.rlzod FORDFarm
a can complete. as ag-
: ::9U-6200 and gloves are Just a few gift be assigned to Camp Standing
PIION Of course, the farther a walker glee in the war against pol.
ideas for today's new man. fontloc
and will continue to be poetacetanf Tractors A Implements
the it
i goes, more mean to lution demonstrates the Ingenuity
( Witt was to be movedto .
the March of Dimes.Registration .Ponl'.rvtc.
and effort extendedby USED
SOME ,COLLEGES think Miami but the expected forms for walkers EQUlPMENr8ALES
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS that three dldnt through. the nation's steel industryin 2101 N. Main
... years are enough. transfer come and sponsors may be PART 6ERVJCT:
b PHONE 47.1-3176: Any more might be CJnsdiedu Refreshments were served at picked up at the Chamber of its battle to protect and 7.Inisgf1i.; flan
." unjustifiable'delay of. .the conclusion of the business session. Commerce office. preserve our air and water. 4488 N. W. 6th J79-2S48
-.: game of life. 372-2583

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Demotion. (From Page '1)) that."When. /'you Noegel lose a replied man like"I Who Moved Gibson. .

Fete Set Jan. 31 want to keep him. George, and
1 know you do too." At that The Light (From Page 1))
demotion was the cut In salary mlttee had already approved point Noegel asked Merrill
Andrews took. McRae and the move. flees, a former foreman of the
Doyle Conner, state commissioner : Six governors of the Cham- Glover manAger of the local Noegel both argued'/ that something "What If a man gets killed..." line crew and who still work (From Pogo 1)) Some school systems would
of agriculture: and Bradford berMarc Jackson Jimmy Holiday Inn, has been named should be done to replace Noegel asked, agreeing with for the city; when the crew not provide such training programs
native, will speak January P.ekJohn Sanders Elzle Sanders 1972 president-elect of the some of the salary cut. McKae about a foreman workIng hits something It can't ham Thorn?" McRae asked. Without Commander Scogglns
SI at the annual dinner meeting Don Hill and Bill Glo- chamber, and Brian Hamilton Power Plant Committeemen with only eight months experience 'dle how long It takes to makea waiting for an answer, the but through' the efforts
of the StarkeBradfordCounty verelected recently will take of Stump's Department Storeis Vernon Silcox and Orle Wig. as a lineman. lineman. councilman continued: of Gibson, the Bradford school
; Chamber of Commerce. office February treasurer-elect. gins becked up their superin Graudon said Grover has been "You don't make It In two "It's been there for nine board, former Supt. of Schools
The meeting will be a tribute tendent's decision, although with the city; 29 months. His or three Dees replied years. Orte Wiggins Mid It Harmon P. Morgan, the county;
to agriculture C of C Executive both were amenable to seeking statement was questioned hard Then Dees added that the reason U the city's; policy to have Veterans Service Officer and
Vice-President John Youngsters On Shrine Club Float to replace some of Andrews by Noegel. who asked "Is hea for Andrews' demotion was street lights on a comer I the Veteran Administration,
Myers says, particularly: to tie Both Treated salary. Craudon said $9 (per lineman or a 1'J'UIIt'l" that he wean't on the Job, and move It be >put> back. veterans In Bradford and outlying -
accomplishments of young farmers At Burns Hospital week) Is available In the Electric "You should know the difference that his qualifications as a lineman "1 want you to know 1 did- areas were provided an
in gaining statewide re- Department budget George" McRae add-- were never In Question. n't order the light\ moved" opportunity; to continue their
cognition."Guests. McRae questioned Wiggins told McRae.Supt Grau-
how much
without going over It, which
of honor will be Jimmy -, Danny\ Rowe and Donna Brant-. "It's like" coming back from could be used for salaries ed.At time Andrews had missed on don had orders from the city
Alvares and Walter Pre- Icy both recent patients from the dead says Nell Gamer. point Councilman Wig. the Job. Graudon showed him a hall to move the street light\ education.RecBoard
Jacky Bedford Is the nurse Explaining Ms stand to the gins Interceded on Craudon's
Taft, recently! elected heads of this area In a Shrlner's burns log sheet and told McRae to he added. ,
the state FFA and 4-H organl- hospital, were on the Shrlners on the float with the children. council McKae said: behalf. count the hour. Craudon said Nobody: knows, or would ad-
"George Is head
the Electric
sations, and David Smith,Brad- ,Club float In last week's Starke "A while back In the Has Department.I don't know- he left Andrews In charge dur- mit knowing who moved the Terms.
ford .u.h.. advisor who has Christmas Parade. crew, we had some dissension anything about the Electric De ing his vacation and the foreman street light. But since 12 res
been named outstanding young Danny Rowe of Melrose has Special between the superintendent and partment. George Is In was not on the Job one ideate didn't like It, the city;
vocational-agriculture teacher been In a Shrlners hospitalfor the foreman. It was decided If he's got a man who 'of the two weeks. will move It back to 602 Alton A report will be made after
In the sate.Jimmy .* three months In Galveston Session. to demote the foreman, cut to work at his (the employ-comes At Wiggins suggestion It was Road. Christmas Attorney. George
Texas. The Shrlners paidall his salary $36 per week, and ..'.)discretion ." agreed that the Power Plant "1 don't go around looking Pierce said.Asked .
of Mr. and Mrs.
son of the hospital expenses (From to put a man In charge of Committee will meet again to for work," Graudon said. department heads to
Harold A. Alvarez, was elected plus the costs of D Iu 1'. mother Page 1)) the line crew with only eight "Are you-all trying to run: review the situation, and to see turn a list of employees to
state! president of.the Future living In Texas ,hile he months experience) as a lineman him (Andrews) off?" Noegel If some of Andrews salary can receive merit pay to the council .
Fanners of home and $200 to $270
America l..tJune. was a patient. Shrlners also care demanded. "We want to keep be restored. member In charge of that
for Intermediate That
Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. helped his father find employ- million bill will enable care. the state$1.5 "You don't make a linemanIn him." department. Tbe council will
E. M. Prevatt was elected ment In Texas so he could be eight months. I'd like to "Then you mean you're nev- then decide which employeesare
to take of $2.4 mU-
state president of11 Club In Galveston with Danny.. lion In advantage know the feeling of the council. er supposed to demote a manU to receive me it pay and
Council the following month.It Rowe was not ex- Shaw Federafrnatchlng funds ." McRae said/ adding he he's not doing the Job?" turn that list over to me clerk's
says. knew the Power Plant Graudon asked. office for .
once payment.Chamber
Is the first time Bradford to live but now ride -Passed a billboard advertising -
County; has ever placed two ate well enough to In law which prohibits the 'f _...,_ _..m..,- -..., -Mil_ _ALlALlALlALl-... __'__ _ALl_.-'_ALl-.I_oo..IaA-l-"l:
young men In such high student the Christmas parade for the placement of billboard adver-
agriculture offices. Shrlners. tisements within 660 feet of
Smith was named by the Donna Brantley has been a federally subsidized highways.
Florida Vo-Ag Teachers Association patient a number of times In Florida Is one of the last
as the outstanding a Greenville S. C. burns hos states to adopt such a law,
young vo-ag teacher In the state pital. She has been treated free and would have faced the 'loss
in August, handing BradfordHigh of charge each time she wasa of $250 to $300 million In Fed-
School's vo-ag program patient. Donna Is now walk eral highway funds had It not
a triple honor. ing and also stood on the Shrt- done so. The bill gives a five- II I
nee float with "Shrlners Love year limit to remove signs
The annual Chamber dinnerbanquet Children" emblazoned on Its which were lawful before the wa I
will begin at 7 p.m. side. state law becomes effective and
at the Starke Golf Country
and sign owners will be paid for
Club. materials.

During the meeting President Another historic bill passedIn
B. F. Bud) Mlzell will the 11-day session calls fora 0
report on the accomplishmentsof major revision of Article
his administration then turn (Ti'/Iflff1r/' 5, the judicial article of the
the gavel over to PresidentElect state Constitution. That mea-
Made Carter Jr. sure will go before the voters
In a special election next I

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article on the Judicial revision .
will follow In a later is- rK 1
We sue.)
Asked If much more was not /
accomplished In the special \ OGJopJL9OA r NI
session than In the 60 day
I regular session Shaw agreed."It I
TYPEWRITERS was a little hurried' ," }J
he says. "I would not recom- J.
MACHINES mend doing business that way.A \1'/ + .
ADDING lot of people didn't know fln1ee) I
I what they were voting on."
CALCULATORS() One thing the big corporatetax qt0
bill should do, Shaw says I
Is eliminate the state's major .
W money problems for 1972.
The state received more tax kLJ
tE Co(,* Yo'' revenue In 1971 than It expected ) ;
** rf -IIINCa 1171. ?> he said. That plus the cn I'j
I new corporate Income tax
4 should provide adequately for t'
the state's needs In 1972 barring -
some major change In 1:
7 fiscal policy. f. '
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Tigers Hangs 3rd Defeat _


On Red FiveBradford

loOT :by 4JtA Big


Santa Fe proved to cagers

be a poor host Tues- ; failed to convert four

day night, winning Its ;;;-;( .'),:. '., :. iJ.itW'I Ij ',::, : I one-and-one foul situations 'TlGridders

own Christmas tournament i In the fourth
P .
slipping j : : quarter Friday, including -

overtime.Lake Butler' 80-74 ;.2.li; iii.; final buzzer one after to allow the Honored At

Santa Fe'. Ted Welcome the North Marlon

both teams In coring with Colts to squeeze by

for baskets 31 points and seven Including free six .. Ft' them 71-69 here. BHS ,' 1 1I

cial points In overtime. BanquetBradford e h

I "Welcome was the big" The Colts Jumped out to a I, v i'' fL
ference In tile game, '.' 4-0 lead with 1:15 gone, then
I Lake Butler Coach Jimmy held on the lead 15-12 after
mas. "He really got hot i the first period. BHS came
overtime and poured in ., In the second
on strong
r \ period High football play- "It's been great to see girls
points real fast. .
to outscore the Colts 25-
"When we tied them ,, ers and cheerleaders were hon- work as hard as they have
16 and gain a :37-31) halftime
with 17 seconds left and tT advantage.Still ored Thursday night at the 1971 this year: he said of JV cheer

Into overtime I thought ; holding onto their lead Quarterback Club Banquet.The leaders !Sons Prevatt, captain; -
get them, but Welcome put the Tornadoes Cert Tucker, co-captain; Cathy o-f
points In real fast and we were outscoredby Bradford High cafeteriawas Conway Zlnner Hamilton Debra Jimmy Rick It I fouled in the final ascend the game

weren't able to catch up." only one point In the third filled almost to capacity Bright, Debbie Kite, Terry to give the Tornado one last hope 'for a tie. Had I IA
Lake Butler was downed period 20-21 and had a 57- for the three hour program Kite Karen Reddish Nlta Rick unk both '*hot after the game had ended it
four points going Into the the(1. 52 lead with eight minutes remaining which saw each football player Floyd Kim Hodges Sally To- would have tied it 71 all and 'forced it Into overtime
minute of the game when In the game. In the and cheerleader recognized in- rode and Linda Warren.

nie Mack was fouled and _- .. fourth period the Tornadoeswere dividually. Varsity and Junior The 1971 Junior varsity grld- win over either Live Oak pect when we hit the big teams
outscored 19-12 as North coaches had a few words to ders "gave 110 cent," said
both charity shots In a per or Belles would have given BILS but It seemed like the bigger
? Marion took the 71-69 victory.It about each player. Coach: "
and-one situation. say Wayne McLeod. "We did- a shot at the conference crown. they came the harder they fell
The Tigers now trailed leaves the Tornadoes 2-3 n't have a winning record, I "This group of young men :Members of the 1971 varsity;
only two when with for the season to date with a Speaker for the annual grid never saw any man quit" Mc- here gave about as much as grid are Gray Flynn, Charles
seconds remaining In the .I' tough game with Baker County fete was University; of Florida Leod said. we could ask," puree said.
Mack was fouled again. High coming up January 4 when Assistant Athletic Director "If our kids next year have "We didn't know what to ex- (See Page 12))
Mack converted both they resume action after the Gene Ellison who told how he
In the one-and-one holidays Infuses a winning spirit Into

to the game 70-70 at the "It wasn't that we shot that college athletes. Ellison wasa
of regulation play and long time UF head defensive
bad a percentage that last quarter -
the contest Into overtime. ," Coach Mike Sexton said line coach and became knownas Baby Cagers Roll
Mack paced the Tigers of his Tornadoes' performance the team's morale builder. .
pouring In 11 ba.kets '
thirty points,
against North Marlon t a new !
and adding eight from Ellison had the big audience '
Marion County high school.
charity line. "We had Just what (shots) laughing as he Joked turned
.i 59-49 Over ColtsProving
them serious with his explanation -
Both teams played a two point lay-up gay the we"But wanted to get. of how he gets an ath I'.i 1
we had four oneandone -
ning game with the through the second period. lete's subconscious mind to .
at the foul line,
nine the Tornado with 20
Jumping out to a work for him and his team.
and did
not convert of the
lead mid-way through the any "It's All in the State of Mind"
cond period. The Tigers four. was Ellison's topic. a tough host t for!North: The Baby Hed came out Vi
turned In on, outreboundlng '"1 think our boys outre- Sexton also pointed to sev- Marlon, the Bradford, Junior half time and started wideningthe
tall..sF....&&eam and..closing: bounded Santa Fe In the firstS eral other factors which although Recognizing that only 24 boysof varsity cagers took 59-49 gap against the Baby Colts
any one appears smallIt over 350 In grades 1012at victory over the Daby Colts White rang up eight points and
( ** Page 12)) Itself, could account for BHS finished the 1971 grid here Friday night. Jones six as Bradford outscored!
the two point loss. The Mor- season with him Athletic Director \ NM 20-8 to take a 44-35 third
nadoes had two turnovers when and Head Football Coach The win leaves the Baby Tornadoes quarter lead.
they violated the three second David Hurse had nothing but r.. 3-2 for the season to
FFA Footballers rule twice, they missed two praise for the team which finIshed The two teams battled It out

easy layups and three free the season 8-2-1, far date.Curtiss White marked up 17 in the fourth quarter as the
lead see-sawed back and fourth
throws didn't count because a above expectations. points and snagged 18 reboundsto but BITS
came out ahead b) one
BHS player had his foot over be the leading scorer and
Headhunter Aword- ,
"It takes a special kind of point 15-14, for another victory.
the line. person to play football to put Vernon Barbs,. rebounder for BITS
Avaughn Golden with points
Beat Interact 3016Christmas But rebounding Is the reason up with the" sacrifices you haveto came In second In scoring and
BHS has lost the last few games. make Hurse told his foot- the same dedication and desireas had one rebound for the I"or-
"We've got to get on the ball players. these boys, I'll look forward nadoes.
boards. That's where the difference Only four seniors will be to working with them."
came early for -'- lost to next year's football Ivory Jones,who hasn't played
Is, Coach Sexton says JV grldders are Randy Scog-
f the to the Future head Tornado much this season, put 12 pointson
boys belonging "They (North Marlonhad three squad the no glns, Terry Hayes, Donald Lo-
There the board and grabbed three
Farmers of America ted. are 19 Juniors returning -
and four shots at the basket Wilson Dale
; Terry Haas
I ganization at Bradford and between 15 and 20 per. rebounds for HILS,
they shot five times once In Jimmy Scott, Bennie Carter
I School Friday with Gary the last part of the game" sophomores are expected to Ken Fuqua Don Neel Gary NM was tough throughout the
vin and Joey Bennett Join them on the 1972 varsity.; Wallace, Charles Crawford, game but especially In the first
the role of Santa and his About half way through the The Tornadoes should be toughIn Early Chandler. Donald Sewell half (\Vayne Wooten bucked four

er In a flag football, first quarter the Colts had a 1972, Hurse predicts. M. Cloversettle, John McCut- of NM's eight In the first quarter -

The two combined for 15-7 lead over the Tornadoes. chen. Craig Starling, Alan Nor- while Sheldon Hodxe made
touchdown passes with Then Bernard and Able Williams Coach Mike Sexton Introducedthe ton, Steve Register. Larry O- three of Starke's eight to even It
terback Bennett running got a basket each with 1971 varsity and Junior varsity glesby Charles Green, Tommy up at the eltd of the first quar- ydI
nother as the FFA rolled Able making a foul shot to cheerleaders and praised Reddish Ricky hail. Dennis
I the Interact Club 30-16 In close the gap to 15-12 late In Allen Chuck Norton Marlon ter.NM
them for their hard work and !:: f kept It close In the second
First Annual BUS Super I the first period. school Thornton, Ronnie Hall, Leonard
for helping to Improve
game. j. Donnel I Cox tallied two points Sapp, Tim Crews, Stewart Dun- quarter but HITS got a one point
j with Milton Andrews' foul shot spirit. can, Stuart Strickland Paul lead by getting two foul shotsto l
Melvin was the only "Our over-all ImprovementIn
made the only points for NM Hutchlns, Ernest Cowart NM's one. Both teams made
football player on the school spirit can be attributed
7 field goals which made the
for the first three minutes of Dwayne Hardee, Rudolph Len- /
but he to girls, Sexton
squad, you
ers half time score 24-23.
second On WillieNewsome's James
the quarter. non and Aldridge.
told cheerleaders Rose
the varsity
be enough as scrappy ;
caught three TD passes of one and Jimmy McRae captain; Stella Costello -
15, and 40 yards Ricks' two baskets the Tornadoes co-captain; Connie Chas- "I still think these boys have
Big Blue defense composed Joey Bennett elude Interacts Cray Flynn tied the ball game up teen, Gayle Hatcher, Becky Sle- ints of Improving to do," Head
18-18 with 6:30 left In :the half.
tirely of varsity; football a 37-yard touchdown sprint. : made mer, Sheryl Austin, Joyce Coach David Hurse.aJdothJs24var.11 qofNtri6 I
Bernard Williams two
Meng, Sandee Youngblood Toni! grldders who finished
ers. ;} i
foul shots and a basket along
the Stone Terri McNeal Elaine the The '71 crew, small
remaining score. season.
Interact's first string
bucket 7
and another by Jimmy
Hazen Sherman, and Carol Blood- lost to Live Oak
of passed to Flynn for little
composed entirely Ricks shut the Colts out for
the extra worth. and Holies but still ended the
Tornadoes Including first. first point as interact another minute and a half to
gore Eddie flaxen, Brad kick-off up and closed FFA's lead to 6, 148. put Bradford ahead 22-18. season 8-2-1, the best In sev- ;:::il
In The 71 team beat :
Farelon McClellan the final seconds of the "Likewise these girls have eral years.
ter, to the 46-
Roosevelt Chandler and Tnm.
Bran on. Wayne Testone, Blue drive half Interact threatened once done a great Job" Sexton said Palatka 7-0 In a big upset
Gray Flynn. passes fell again with Hazen Hitting TeeS. my Tittle got one point each of the Junior varsity cheerlead homecoming win and earlier On Christmas Pay the, lounge
ers. The two squads worked had held powerful St. Augus and pro-shop will be closedso
\ The upset seemed to ( ** Page 12)) (See Page 12)) well together he said. tine to a 0-0 deadlock. all of U.a employees can
surprise to everyone to punt enjoy the holiday with their
the Farmers who had Joey the Farm- families. If you plan to play
I nett at the helm. lead'e on their gold on Christmas dav and your

Bennett completed, 14 It's All In"The State Of MindTossing ) clubs are at the pro-shop, don't

passes touchdowns.for 219 The yards senior and. no down time forget Saturday.to pick them up before

caller also scrambled 35 Ricky Tom-
for another score to lead pass and Thanks to the girls who attended -
two teams In rushing 18 to move a few of his "posi- Such a meeting preceded the mind was that you can't win his positive molecule treatmenton the Wednesday morn-
with 63 yards the Interact tive molecules" at Bradford opening game of the 1969 foot- anything unless you think you other athletic teams and Individual Ing tennis class and their Instructor -
grldders Thursday night, University ball team In which sophomoreladen can," Ellison said. Immediately athletes Some of his DeWitt Farrabee. The
Only an Interact ; of Florida Assistant L'F walloped nationally Ellison said he sought to examples wereA : club has a new top qualitynet I;
In the final seconds of on the 15. Athletic Director Gene Ellison ranked Houston 5235. In that bring to mind the most positive 1970 IT basketball team for the tennis courts. This
game saved the Blue team Melvin again discussed psychology he uses game UF quarterback John thing of which he could which had lost 10 games In a very active group has contributed
an even more' humiliating Bennett to put Gator athletic teamsIn Reeves threw a touchdown bomb think. He hit upon the tradi- row then came to Ullson asking quite: a bit to the club --
feat.The for the the correct state of mindto to flanker Carlo. Alvarez on tional Army crap gam.1n which for help. After a seriesof facilities which can be enjoed
Farmers had good Farmers win. the game's third play the first one man always wins, while meetings the team won seven by everyone- I'm expecting to Ivory Jones tips the
position early in the game first per- pass and first reception of that everyone else, Including Ellison of Its last nine games, beating hear In the near future of a ball in to give the
James Gladleux Ellison spoke at the 1971 Quarterback great Gator combination That always loses. He never powerful Tennessee and Ash-Laver tournament sponsored Tornadoes J.V. a crucial
fourth down pass from the Big Club Banquet for Bradford UF team, on which Dickinsonwas went Into such a game Ellison Kentucky. by this group.Don't bucket early in the
Hazen and returned it to back High grldders. The school defensive line coach wenton said without feeling he
battling who
triple Jumper the New second
cafeteria was almost filled for forget big period.
line.Bennett 10-0-1 finest going to lose his
35-yard Wayne Tea- to a season, the was money. 46
the three-hour session which UF told Ellison he could Jump Year's bash at the clubplan
then wasted no pass moving saw each football player, varsity of any team In his- "Why does that one man always feet, and asked how he could to attend and remind all of STATISTICS
in moving the Farmers' the FFA 35- and Junior varsity, and tory.That win and why does every- get up to 51 feet, the distance your friends. Music will be Score by quarters:
signal caller raced 19 cheerleader honored Indivi Houston team was the body else always lose?" Ellison necessary to make the Olympic by the fabulous Jim Strickland BUS 8 16 20 IS 59
around left end on first from the 35, dually. one which in 1968 gained over asked. He attributes It team. As a sophomore this Combo. Make your reservationsat -8151214-49: f
Bennett then hit Melvin Lennon all "It's All In the State of Mind" 600 yards per game with a new to that player's state of mind- year that Inches has Jumped the club house.Shop .
nine-yard pass two plays but Len- the of Ellison's talk triple option nobody knew whatto "Because he has positive mole- 50 feet 6 In his latest BITS Blalock 1-3-5, Golden
ter to give the FFA a ball with no In was which topic he was sometimes do about. The UF captain cules coming out of his mind" effort. 3-2-14, Sewell 2-0-4. White 8-

down on the seven yard 10 yards of serious and much of the time came to Ellison the night before He read that 1969 football "How can you make these with 1-17 Jones 6-0-12, Hodge 2-3-7.
Two plays later, t\ \ny. He Imparted Ms point the game asking the well- team a poem about the state things happen You must get Totals 25959.
gain founa Melvin In the luck wasn't with example after exampleof known morale booster to talk of mind, Ellison said, and kept your conscious mind quietedand NM Davis 6-1-13. Jones 2-
and hit fee Junior on a Hazen came how UF teams won contests to the team, and said the Ga- them all together and used every allow the subconscious mind BestOur : : J-4 Arnold 2-1-5. Wooten 7-
TD past: Th"* extra-point Gray Flynn after going through what EI- ton were not prepared tor device he could command to to take overauto suggestion, Advertisers 3-16 Barron 2-1-5, Nlcholo 3-
tempted and the with Flynn Houston get them to think alike. 016. Totals, 22-5-49.
llson calls a "positive mole-
Jumped**) an early 6-0 zone for ,.,,1. /www"ww "The first thing that hit my Ellison said he has also used (Se Pa... 12))

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Frame. \, BHS Banquet e (From Page 11)) Tigers Beaten, (From Page.11))

Of Mind. M
j Wrtgrrt Greg Reddish, Bob DyaI. man In the Sunshine Bowl In Cross City's; athletes and
I (From Page 11)) ..., ," Randy GasMns, Carl Luther Ocala. half Is what kept us close," coaching staff were Involved
: Wayne Norman, Vernon Wright "enabled us to backto aid Coach: Thomas. In the Chas AA sate loot-
I IT you Ilk. Self-hypnosis. 'f' : ',' / Barber Joey Branson, Dennis an off tackle play that has Mack led the Tigers In rebounds baD champtenahlpa playoffs tile
1 I 'You cannot ask unreal ..:,,... .. .,..'' Crawford, David McCutchen,, been successful In put yean with 12, followed by put three weeks and unable
things like for million n
a dollars Week's with 10.
Melvin Farelon McCIel
h Gary because: of his quickness,meanness compete In 111. roundbal1sport
I anything" Impossible to w /',:: lan, Stanley Crawford Eddie and ability Coach Mike t In the third period, each team p As It turned out tile
achieve. Hazen. Steve Strickland. Ma- was bucket for bucket with both football stars Willie CoUtas.
I A person's subconscous mind ''I''" ; lachl 'Henry, Wayne Testone, Sexton said. Wright Is credited scoring 18 points each. In the John Williams Norman Pughs-
Its amenable to suggestion EI- : / ,\ ,. Keith Tetatone, Levy Lennon with being one of the sharpest final period", the Tigers outscored .- ley and Dennis Lord performed
jjUson said. It can also work / the Raiders 21-18 to
blockers on the Tornado line. Bears In the Monday -
for the
I the other way. he pointed out Bernard Brown, Billy Btgham. He was also a defensive end tie the game 7070. best
I mentioning people to believe ;" Brad Carter, and Cleveland BHS coaches like to see people It was to no avail however! night contest.
|themselves to be sick and thenThere Simmons. run at "because we knew as the Raiders poured In 111polllta led the Bears with
die. Alway a big part of any, Bits each. In the final period Collins
he could do the job Sexton Williams followed
1 are two trigger.emotion : : football banouet Is the awards said. the Tigers outscored the 19 points. 10 and
R and intelligence- given the outstanding vanityplayers. ; Lake with 12. Pughsley\
i )! ; The Calvin J. Houpt Sportsmanship points during overtime to Lord ftBonnie.
the subconscious mind .
getting Butler's win the tour-
four to
Award most covetedof Ti
I Into play, Ellison said. He said 'The Head Hunter Award wentto nament. Mack paced! the
all the prizes given at the and
he told the UP trackmen to Junior linebacker Vernon pre pouring i ithree In goals
I "Santa Fe was really 1mpresslve -
annual banquet r. went to littleFarelon shots for 25
1 think about his goal of 61 feet Barber. That award goes "to At ," said Coach Thomas. charity
McClellan. about and Dale
I every night before he went to : the meanest beai\ln the woods" :,>>, points. BennIe Hudson
16 McClellan played offensive Green also score In doubleneure.
I sleep, repeating It over andover In the words of Coach Jerry
center and defensive tackle 16
and actually going to sleep Reese Barber was termed by LD 13201621-704-74 s for 4 Tigers with
I with that his mind. 1 Reese against some opponents and 12 .
thought on ; an outstanding student outweighed him by 80 pounds. SF 14221618.7010-80 to basket
I "A third factor Is the Will a leader at school and ".0118ot Outstanding Lineman The game bas basket
of God. I know It Is there. the finest athletes I've been throughout with the score
,., "No one on our football teamIs Award Senior Charles Lake ButlerDukes 2-5-9 at the end of
I "Coordinate all three associated with In 10 being tied 14-14
to- my yearsof more deserving than Fa... Wright. Hudson 6-3-13. Mack 11-8-30. 3030at
I ether. This la the secret. 1;. t coaching. He became a different Ion," said Coach Hurse. "We the first quarter and
I "Our behavior Is dominated person In. football credit him to a great extent with Green 2-1-5 Weeks 4-3-11, the half.
I by our emotions not our Intelligence game." our turn-about after the Bolles Perry 1-2-4. Totals 262274. At the end of the third quarter -

I ," Ellison said. .. .. .. Quarterback Eddie Hazen, another game because of a little speechhe the tigers edged ahead four
I Thinking positive thoughts of Junior, was recipient of made on the bus after losIng FFA Rolls. Santa Fe- Grant 3-7-13. Wel- by tone and thame with
I love winning, ability to dowel!, Cheerleader Joyce M.ng looked a* If the could have the Most Improved award presented that game" come 12-7-31, Hunter 2-1-7. by end of
I thrift kindness. ." wallowed the basket ball Friday night! when North by Coach Steve Bush- The award!! was presented by Simmons 7-2-16. Good 2-3-7. charity; shots.
I All humbleness and reason Marion's Ratcoe Addison! sunk two foul shots with 10 ore. "From what I've heard Dr. Houpt who traveled from (From Page 11)) Williams 3-0-6 Totals 29-22- "Under the circumstances
I must be used In asking for seconds remaining In the game to the Colt lead 71. Hazen wasn't all that much Orlando to make the presen- 80. I think our boys did a real
I Improvement, Ellison stressed. 69. last year. ." the coach sta tation. tone on a 30-yard pass. Tes fine Job."
I No impossible goals can be ted. But from watching Hazen'sgame In turn Dr. Houpt was himself tone raced: another 17 yards Since It was his basketballteam's
first game of the season -
attained. this
I "I'm not making all this up. season by Bushore game development said, the Junior honor recipient of his of service a plaqueIn to and on his own before Gary Melvin Cross City coach Mal Kl- Cross City 14 16 13 17 60

I There Is something powerful BUS Drops 3rd. signal caller has made himself Interest In Tornado football pulled him down from behind ner was understandably worried Lake Butler 14 16 14 20 64
I In the mind" Coach Ellison (From Page m) Into a real football player teams for many years. on the three-yard line. as his squad opened the

I told the BUS athletes and ttielr and a thinking quarterback. In addition to the Sportsmanship Brad Carter Santa Fe Christmas Tournament Cross CityPughsley; 5-0-

parents. from the charity; line for NM, lacht Henry made two points .. Award, a Ronnie Allen blocking however and was the caught Butler.Monday nlghtagalnat Lake 10, Williams 6-0-12 Collins 9-
I -. ----- 4-0-8
He concluded by restating the and another bucket by Jimmy 28- Scholarship Fund of $500 per 1-19 Poe 2-0-4 Lord ,
each to widen the gap to was called back with Interact Klner's concern: was evidently .
I final line of a poem, "it's All Ricks shut the Colts out for 20 for Bradford about half way year was started this year by losing 15 yards on the penalty well founded as Lake Butler .- Flowers 317. Totals 29-2-
I In the State of Mind:" another minute and a half to through the second quarter. the parents of the ninth grade Instead of gaining 47. slipped by his Bears 64- 60.
I "Life's battles don't always put Bradford!! ahead 22-18. Able Williams and Henry one footballer who was electrocuted 60 on foul shots. Lake Butler- Dukes 3-0-6
I go to the bigger and fastei Roosevelt Chandler and Tommy point each from the charity line earlier this year. On fourth down from the 37. Sixteen fouls by the Bears Hudson 8-0-16L Mack 11-3-25,
man, but sooner or later the Tittle got one point each around two points made by A- Allen's parents will keep the Bennett kept the ball on a roilout compared to seven for Lake Green 4-4-12 Perry" 215.Totals -
I fellow who wins will be the from the charity; line for NM, mos Cordon for NM to makeit scholarship In force for the and scrambled 37 yards Butler spelled the differenceas 28-8-64.
I fellow who thinks he can." but Bernard!! Williams and Ma- 31-22. next two years. The scholarship through the hands of five defenders Cross City outscored the
Addison xtvl ("h"ni11.r m.... a will go annually to the for the score Tigers 58-56 from the field
basket each sandwiched around 111iMost winner of the Sportsmanship N
Award. The two point conversion was "We were really off said
a foul shot from John Armstrongfor and the Farmers Lake Butler's Coach Jimmy
good held a
NM to close the scoreto No red Tornado Jackets were Gels WinOverKH
FLORIDA THEATRE commanding 22-8 lead Thomas. "We shot a real poor
presented to first letter-
31-27 but Willie Newsome year percentage from the floor sinkIng -
came back tomake four straight men at the 71 grid banquet The Farmers were not only 22 of 85 shots. .
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 points for BUS to make It 35- Coach Hurse said, because the through with Interact yet as .'For It to be Cross City's
27 late in the half manufacturer now requires Bennett and company added another first game of the season, they
Tommy Tittle and Roscoe Addison eight weeks to supply an order TD late In the fourth really came out Clay High's Junior Varsity
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY made the Colts last four The Jackets have been quarter on a 40-yard touch- turned It on the second half
points for the half which with ordered and will be given out down pass with Melvin again on to topple the Baby Indians 56-
Opens At 3 P.M. Bernard!! Williams last two In a school assembly program the receiving end 48. Tuesday night.
time score of 37-31 with BHS Improved Award Hurse said.SCHOOL In the game. Donnle; Wingate led the Indiana -
On third down
from the 40-
out in front.Bradford Junior quarterbackEddie A screen pass to Brad Carter and was the night's lead-
line Melvin had been
yard all
\THE GREATEST WILDLIFESPECTACLE !! came out of their Hoi n alone In the end zone but could- good for 30 yards and FFA three Ing scorer with 16 points.Team
locker room pushing and run- penalties against the enabled mate Mark Mordente added 13
n't hold onto Bennett's
OF THEM ALL! pass Interact to the ball
ning but so was North Marlon for Keystone.
which was right\ on taret.On .
when Tommy Tittle scored a Charles Wright ..nloroffen- CLAY COUNTY fourth down, the Farmers down to the Farmer's 10-yard!! Marion Brown paced the
basket which brought on a foul sive and defensive end, was came right back the same line with only seconds remainIng Blue Devils with 14 points.
for Roscoe Addison to close recipient of the Best Lineman The public schools of Clay play with the one exception: of in the game. With a strong second period
WALT the score 38-34 early In the award. Wright was termed the County closed Wednesday af- Melvin holding on the ball for On fourth down from the 10, effort the Indians held a slim
second half best Tornado lineman all season ternoon Dec. 22, for the the TD. Hazen found Dennis CrawfordIn 29.22 lead but fourth
DISNEY'S long. He played almost Christmas holidays, and will Melvin caught a pass from the end-zone for the score. ter shooting and poor missed QUar-four
STATISTICS every minute of every game reopen for classes on Tuesday Bennett for the points after Ilazen raced for the points shots cost Keystone the win as
until a broken knee cap sidelined morning Jan. 4, at the and FFA led 30-8 with less after as the game ended 30-16 the Baby Blue Devil came
1 Scoring by Quarters: the top flight BHS line regularly scheduled hour. than two minutes remaining with the Farmers on top. from behind to win 5648.

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rl TECHNICOLOR' \.,m..t 1)) '1111 Will Ditfliy ViQ4uctl.nl' 9-2-20, Henry 3.0-6To-
1 tals 30-9-69.

L ) NMTittle 10-3-23. Addison

10-3-23, Armstrong 0-1-1,Cordon -
5-0-10 Andrews 1-4-6
Chandler 1-3-5. Cox 1-0-2, .
Clark 0-1-1. Totals 28-15-71.
++- Only one ofFlorida's

Henry and Able Williams
bucketed a basket each for
Bradford!! but Tittle and Addison
came back with the same
scoring Then Ricks and Able
Williams made four points a-
round one foul shot for the
Colts to make the score 49-
301 DRIVEINShow 43 still In Bits favor
Tittle, the Colts leading scorer .
with 23, made another two
Begins At Sundown points with James Clark's two bank
points Jumped the Colts to within holdingcompanies

three points, 4649. ,;
FRI.-SAT. DECEMBER 24-25 Bernard!! Williams sandwichedfour .
points around two for A- '
ble Williams, and a basket from
Willie Newsome gave the BUS y
capers a third!! quarter 57-50 '

Lock up your women... t lead as they regained a seven
point margin.
hide your money and booze... Ricks was the first man to .

Preacherman Is coming to town. score In the last period for

two points but NM's Amos Gor- the
don made two points with five Ism
points that Tittle made before
BHS scored again.
Then Bernard!! Williams,
Bradford's leading scorer,rung
up two for Starke and Tittle
w'wt made another two for NM, but nation's ten.
Williams came back to score top
ALBERT TVIOLAS four points in a row to make
PREACKERMAN the score 65-61 about half way
through the quarter.
( Addison started the Colts ,
scoring streak and Tittle scored'<< 0,
two points to tie the game 65-
65 with four minutes left In
the game
Milton Andrews made two
Important foul shots for the :
Colts to make the score 87- Florida'National
DELUXE 65 until Willie Newsome and
Jimmy Ricks both scored two
points to give the Tornadoes
a 69-67 edge
Newsome failed to make a one .
and one situation but NM's
Roosevelt Chandler and Roscoe Banks
Addison made two foul shots l

each I giving North Marlon the

I winning71R1ck one .
: had a and
one situation after the final ofHoridaInc.i
Sun., Mon., Dec 26, 21 buzzer had sounded but failed :
to get It and the Colts took .
the 71-69 victory. ) .. .


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Head Start Children Enjoy 'Most Beautiful C/uistmas/ Ever'

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: Council president, who dona-
This .year, Bradford Head! ',c : .. ... ted money to help nwruiiieflfts rah Morris, Jessie Jenkins and
0 Start children have witnessed I '\" .., ',; :.C" : for the children,who dona- our director, Wilton E. Blake
the most beautiful Christmas .. ". : and the entire CUBB
.. 'i' ., ; everyone who helped In anyway office extends
due to the Joyous ., / : '.
ever to make to a Merry
giving .T":, \ 1" f, .. our program a you very
and help of Bradford
j". k. A' : :, ""."'"., f success. To the DCT Class of Christmas
citizens.: ; \
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And not only, have these help .. 't'' tf" I Bradford High School we also Jessie F. Jenkins
ing hands beon extended In the ,' "We .. .. give thanks for the Christmas Lead Teacher
'if Party and gifts that were do
Y'Yr ;
The Head Start
holiday season. .
'-.. ( : nated. ..w 1 1ASM
staff has had help and cooperation \ 'i
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The Bradford County Head
from Bradford citlsenastarting .. .
,.. .
'. Start low Income
program serves WOODLANDS
In March when CUBB "" t
first started a full year Head 4 1&r. .1. .. .. 1 families In Bradford County aEDANGERgJS!
Start program. '. !; providing free medicine,
Had It not been for the helpof 'I'L't.. .:. '" '. ... free dental care, free eye examinations -
all for the
paid by
people like P.T. NoUn, C.C. '- -- ---" -
Anderson and Supt. T.L. Casey CUBB.
and the entire Bradford County to the Bradford community,Immediate The Bradford Head Start staff volunteered over 100 hours; The center Is located In LawI i I
ear. !; School Board who have action was taken would also like to give special Mrs. Lillian Underwood, one of tey at Anderson Elementary Y h
1 assisted the program In every through the help of one of the thanks to following people who the (Head Start parents who for School. Ethnic grouping of the
way they could. It would not parents Mr*. EcHe Boatwrlght. donated candy fruits, toys, and the past three months has children at the center Is 50
have been such a success. who contacted Mrs. Marta Mc- cookies, and volunteer help for helped eight hours a day, 40 per cent black and 50 percent |
And a superChristmas ood o ry Thanks are also extended to J. Murtry to be the children's the Christmas Party last Fri- hours a week. To the Bradford Caucasian,, and others I i
? J. Moore, Jr., for his patienceand Santa Claus. Looking at the day: Wlnn-DLxle Food Store, County; Health Department,special The staff: Betsy Meng, Daisy
to ou. help with the staff. eyes of these Head Start child- fowling Produce Market, thanks to Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Murphy, Louise Mobley, Sa-
1 When It was decided at the ren, one would not have to Priest's 5 A 10, the JuniorWoman's Joyce Rlherd, and to the NeIgh-
December monthly meeting of guess that she Is the best Santa Club Handy-Way borhood Service Center, under ,
SINCERE parents that they would give Claus there Is. Thanks also go Food Store and Waters Grocery the direction of Mrs. Thelma
the children a Christmas part; to Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath who both of Lawtey.We Dixon Thornton In helping In
.: r It was understood from the made 40 stuffed animals and would also like to thank any way they could. To Mrs. '
o beginning that all of the parents gave to each Head Start Child Mrs. Ova 1.. Brown for volunteering Auto Strong Mrs. Jessie Mae
o.Teny's Irene's Iuty Salon of these low Income families as Santa's helper. Mrs. so willingly; Mr. and Hasan. Mrs. Lura Faulk. and
Shell Servto could not fully participate Boatwrlght was also Santa's Mrs Edward Ordman who have to Mr. Frank Williams, our
Shady Oaks due to other demands of helper and they gave oranges o- M1I'ij.
Tony Geiger, ProprietorW. Trailer Park the Christmas season and and candy that were donatedby
.ttadllon knowing they had other children Mr. Broadway manager of
Stork Irene and Lacy:MoU y to buy for also. But as the B & G Truck Stop.
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lowers bacteria count models designed so ping for a dishwasher, ask itIt'
on Some are
CIILISI.n1Prs you money In the long run. adjusted possible to see a demonstration -
dishes. the rack may be
Community News .UIIC to Know 'IV l ]haabaffdsnps, that dish-] up and down a total of on loading.determine That how will
I IIJ.Ilm'f((; SP.UIKK U'nshers' are not ttmennvera What ti/pft// of dishwashers, about two inches. In others, help you to
I Director of, Coniumtr Affair, because upend so much], time have the greatest capticitift the upper, racks are divided much loading flexibility you
National' Assoc allon of Manufacturer! need.
t/tttiny dishes rcudy, landing Bach generation of dishwnshers and each half may be adjustedto really
th Ia! By fOlxahelh Given; Walker 1"/1/ .apse fin' n put'table' tind, iinlnndinu.,,, / Are ttatMien has Improved on the three different positions.This .
di.rnrr.vbr, in HH/ npriitnifnt.Can available on thin subject design, offering more flexlTiility allows maximum flexibility Of courte Christmas mightbe
aeU :t WWTVERSARY the celebration of their 31st First Quarterly Conference. P'" IIIMI ", '.di III 'bf ill- studies confirm so that serving dishes: for loading large and moved to Monday so ss
.-. and Mrs. C. C. Cham wedding anniversary on December Sunday Jan. 2, regular services ..slut!,cl in/ cum'' we ddde to that Laboratory the time used for the platters! pots and pans, and small Items in both the upper not to Interfere with tAe football
bars happy to announcei9eacc
Ulth are 22. They are living will be held starting with bun a h'imrlSomo of clean-up casserole! may be added. and lower racks. When shop games.'t .
at 10 a.m. Morning complete process
happily together on Highway Sunday School
, mi 301 South Starke, looking forward Worship at U. Evening manufacture"\! IIl'eoffcl'llIlfll"con'cltihl and dishWHuhlriK id cut approximately
ttwdu to many more years of Service, 530.: All members are !! modelof in half with the
happiness. asked to be present. (lUhwnnhcr: which would ben use of a dishwasher. Depending
The Emancipation Proclamation i practical' choice for .'ou. It on the size of the family!
CHURCH NEWS Service will be observed looks like a portable and I in and the amount of entertaining C1141r
Evenezer Baptist Church, Jan. 1 at 5 p.m. ,
ens Saturday mobile, but its eastern top done, a dishwasher can
Rev. Leroy uvlspastor.!sun- this church. The public is
at and side panels can be removed save from 28 to 52 eight-hour ,
hi day School will conclude the invited to attend. when you're ready to
th services for Sunday, Dec. 26. days a year. Another factorproven
it Inttiilled, This model
by USDA testa Is that
Regular services will be held 1
e The New Hope Baptist Church
si Sunday, Jan. 2, with Sunday will have Its annual Christmas I Is! somewhat more expensive a dishwasher sitfiiificnntlyre \
o* I II' school at 9:30: Morning Wor- Program tonight (Thursday), than n \portable/ but may nave
Win I ship 'at 11; Evening Service, Dec. 23, at 7 o'clock. :,
6:30. The pastor Rev. L. W. Mos- s
| Greater Bethlehem Freewill ley, Invites the public to come
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper and enjoy the play,"The Christmas
Pt I' : Williams pastor. The Christ- Basket." Refreshmentswill l Cri
mas practice was held Mon- be served following the PeaceEaHft
bl day, Tuesday and Wednesdayof program.
this week. The program will i
begs n with Sunday School: U IL I
1U 1tl at 9:30: ; Morning Worship at JEWEL, YULE Tff I
1tU a
II; League, 4 p.m. No dinners
will be sold. The communitywill ; Any piece of jewelry -
be welcome to the pro- rings bracelets, earrings,
charms, pendants-are sure
ITt gram.
tiN! to bring smiles to that spe- / I : .r
a .: r Greater Allen Chapel AMK cial girl on your gifts list.
Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins a
There no ser a'c
1li (filUd with wives on Sunday.. Deco 28. Fri- ,
A holiday
liti 'ioyowt day night,. Dec. :.:1.1 Watch Night ,
tiP .the spirit of Chrlitmat prMnt. services will start at 10 p.m.Lovefeast Women's shoes are being ,, I
and Baptism will be designed to fill the liP In I a v N
observed." All members and American humor,left by the 4
Quality PlumUng Co. friends Invited. decline of women's bata 10 #,
1I John B. Smith" All boards and clubs are askedto ? 8 ;.
make their reports for the % A

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Countians Saving More Of Their IncomeThan/ r"'cr I .

Bradford Counting are saltIne adding to their financial'stability. -
to them after
$4,000 remaining -
of the country The reports
away greater proportion paying their taxes able Shopping DAYS
of their Income show that, for the U. S. asa I
than usual, The amount of new money to save little or nothing. At whole, personal savings by J I
putting' much of It Into savings that Bradford residents stashed 'Till
::: the $7,000 net Income level the end of the current year
savings and loan accounts away during the year In the" about 5.6 per cent is saved
will reach over $55 billion
bonds., and Into U. S. savings various types; of savings came and at $10,000 approximately compared with about $50 mIllion !- ', Clix'istrnaSr' ;: :
In Consequently they are to an estimated 1842000. Af. 7.8 per cent goes Into savings. last year which was a
financial position than ter-tax Income averaged $7- The rate rises sharply record high then.
they have been In for some 364 per family in the pest year beyond this point.
time. and overall savings were at These findings are based upon -
They are also using! : a considerable an estimated rate of 6.1 percent national data gathered by the -
part of this unspent This was equivalent to Federal Reserve Board and others Talk Isn't' Cheap!
cash toward reducing their outstanding $450 per local family. and upon Income and During the first three monthsof
consumer debt, thus Families that have less than spending figures for each areaDoyle this yvearthe Congressional' \
Record cost the American taxpayer ;{
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this only provide a daily tabula. I -t on Chrjnn'CliciroliSJnmiliar, $ 31t'
i..w+w..yr tion of utmost everything thatis l \
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?liviWaV'rr $p:'WEYgaaUdCgy through the "extensionof t
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IItI BROOKER ......,....." .. liny Booth David FusseU Darlene Brooker were: Mr. and Mrs. On Sunday evening the Brooker -
VOLUNTEERS l Mott, Jimmy Mann Fred Leonard Booth:, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church Choir under-
h ATTEND FIRE SCHOOL i. Terry and Sharon Tetstone. Ernest Douglas\ Mr. and Mrs. the direction of tavern Outlaw
a These tour Brooker volunteer I The entire class participatedIn George Lovelace Mr. and Mrs accompanied by Mrs. HowardDouglas
firemen recently completed a "I'r; ; ; putting on the play either In John Rlggs and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs.Bobby .
liU four weeks school: two weeks .. '-'''"t =::<.. ,".. ..'Ii. ,.""'" ".. the making of costumes or a* Pat Everest of Gainesville,for !Dyal, pianist presentedvery
acton. We congratulate Mrs. merly of Brooker. beautifully "Carol of
tt ; Hurst's class for their wonderful Christmas" a slngsplration
n \ ? GOOD NEWS CLUBTwentythe. Cantata by John W. Peterson. ,, ,
a ; { : plat. members of the The choir had one guest solo "
4 st ; !ff.jl.( : ..1 i CLASS PARTIES Good News Club of Brooker. ist. Mrs. Marion Douglas. As "" .:"'
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\ held an exciting accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. .
'; .. : : 1\1.1. ::::1. : t& Each classroom the choir sane some of the
e ,, '::1 .,: ,, ", dh "" ". Christmas party; duringthe J.T. Mann (their teacher), and adults. dressed as Marv. Joseph J .
f ,'I .J h,: ; afternoon of Friday Dec. Marie Archer enjoyed a 'Angel I. the Shepherds li, I ,,,
Christmas program at(he Eastside Kings, Wise Men came In at appropriate
t : of
h 17. There were all kinds .
: Baptist Church Sunday Intervals maUna the .. *I tr )L.
.. beautiful, candles decorated and cupcakes, night, u c. 12, along with other manger scene and adding to tt* : '
e : Good News Clubs of the area. effectiveness of the "Cai; of
s served with punch. Mr. Hughes, director of child Christmas/ if + ti .'''
In Brooker and two weeks In der direction of William Chapman There was much merrymaking Evangelism fellowship demonstrated -
I LaCrosse. Topic for the school presented a program of as the children enjoyed\these the "Good News of A REQUEST 4 1
0r was "Outdoor Fires," Including treats along with games, holiday ..,
Christmas", which Is the Gospel :
utilizing hard tools, the beautiful Christmas Songs to the music and gift exchanging.the Would the party; who took the .
students at the Brooker Elementary of Jesus Christ; using a
three ceramic fish planters '
showing of fame, and lectures highlight of the parties board he fabric and trim, two different -
School on Tuesday, Flannelgraph as spoke. from Dedan Cemetery please FOLKLORE-By varying
I ,pertaining; to this topic. morning, Dec. 14 came with a visit made to each Mrs. Hughes presented the missionary looks are created from the same pattern. Flowerspriggedcotton
return them.
II Pictured from left to right Mr. Chapman ie visiting room by Santa Claus, who gave story. calico (left) takes on country-girl flavor with a
I It are: E.W. Hodge, George O. teacher at Brooker.music He- each child a bag of Christmas After the program the children 444 braid and rick rack border on bodice and skirt. At right,
t Pierce Fire Chief). Leonard goodies. This was a wonderful striped cotton gets ultra-feminine treatment with Venice
visits the school twice week. were awarded a bag of TUB GREEN CHRISTMAStree
a skirt border Is made
1f Booth and Carl T. Edwards. way to close out school before and refreshments lace and butterfly ruffling trim. The
were to be
seems making a with lace. All trims
I holdlavs. The from a wide strip of the fabric
Brooker Is of Its Volunteer the Christmas
II proud CHRISTMAS LAY enjoyed by all. comeback. What next, white by Wm. E. Wright & Sons. Pattern Is McCall's No. 2639.
due In
I Fire Department and the success of the day was
Mrs. Hurst's 4th and 5th grade Mrs. T.J. Mann announces the refrigerators and black telephones
efforts of these men to give ua students presented Christmas large part to the great help the next Good News Club Meet- ?
I the best protection possible. play entitled "The Run-away which was provided by parents. Ing will be Thursday, afternoon
I Christmas Presents". Jan. 6, at 2:30: p.m. at the
SCHOOL NEWSA The students and faculty, a- PERSONALS Brooker Community Center.
I student's name was left off long with several parents, en- Those visiting with the This club meets each week at
Let bells ring and voices of the outstanding citizenship Crosby's Sunday afternoon
Joyed this delightful play on the same time and the same
singChristmas is coming. and academic achievement list Friday morning Dec. 17. This lc. 12. were: Mrs. Elizabeth place. All children the ages JOY ,
.I for the second six weeks grad- play added much to the festive Crosby Mrs. R.G. Crosby of 4-12 are Invited to attend .
ing period. This student Is Mrs. Thelma Slayton, and Mrs. 0
Blalock's Meat Market spirit of Christmas. Leading these meetings.G.A. 1
Michael Starling. Congratulations roles were performed by Stave Stewart of Gainesville.
Horn Owned & Operated Michael for your outstanding Thomas, Kay Prescott, Sandl PARTY .I'
731 N. Lake Rear Handy Way work. Douglas, Shari Green, David PRAYER LIST The New River Baptist Church r
The Bradford High Chorus unMar Raulerson, Beth Hamilton,Joh- Mrs. Mae Mott of Gainesville Baptist Church G.A.'s enjoyed .
was visiting with the E.B. hay riding, caroling, roasting
Crosbys recently. She fell and women and exchanging gifts '. .
fractured her hip and Is presently Friday night Dec. 17. About 16 1
In Alachua General Hos were present for this occasion.
pital. i
Alan Crews Is home recover- CHRISTMAS PROGRAMOn
I < BEST WISHES ing from a broken leg. Wednesday, night, Decem-
Olan Polk had an accidentat ber 15. the New River Baptist
work recently which resultedIn Church presented Its Christ ,
Iheloss of a finger. mas program. The Christmas
Roy Green Is out of Alachua Story was led by Miss Vicki .
General Hospital, recovering
from a heart attack. Henry. Other members of the
Intermediate Class were +V
M r CHRISTMAS BANQUETThe helpers In making this programa /
employees Florida Hydrocarbons success.
enjoyed a Christmas a4
banquet at the Starke Country BROOKER BAPTISTThe
Club. Some 48 guests en- Sunday, School classes
Joyed a delightful steak dinner. presented beautifully the true
The club was beautifully decorated meaning of Christmas on Sun- OKIM May it bring you
with a Christmas tree and day morning. Dec. 19.This pro-
Z- decorations. gram was directed by Mrs.Sta-
4rt Enjoying this occasion from ley Green. at CHRISTMASAn full measure of :
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old-fashioned joy and happiness., :,

greeting from

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bring fo each of TRUCK STOP
our many) friends B" MAY YOU HAVE A FRANK $ROp'W 1"1" ) i'i
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Ber- During the session, six other volved and for nonappearancein guilty and his case trans-
By kayBelte Dot** young driver, Stacy defendant failed to appear and court. Bond was set at$:iOI ferred to the trial calendar.
of Mr..H. Q, Harrington Dobbs nard 13.0. who had previously the Judge ordered that arrest on each count Robert A Jones pleaded guilty -
Mr and Otis
will regret to learn Green Mrs. of Jacksonville were weekend of Jacksonville. failed to appear in court when warrants be issued In each Only one defendant Fred A. to failure to display a I
that she 1. HI In the Jacksonville and Sunday Mrs.dinner Mary Freeman guests of Mrs.Mary Freeman. summoned, was sentenced Bradford TO case, both for the violation In- Sutton of Lake City, charged mobile home tag and was
were guests two in Jail by
NAS Hospital.Mr. Mr.and Mrs. Cue Dobbs were fined $36.
Friends of Rev. Allen with speeding, pleaded not
and Mrs. Gerald Grlffls of Mr and Mrs. Howard Reg visiting their children, Mr. and Price Court Judge Theron Yawn on
a former pastor of Ralford Baptist .
and family in Lake City. Mrs Mlllard Shirley and fam plea day
And family Mr. and Mrs.
The young people of Ralford fly In Orlando last weekend. Church will be Interestedto Bell pled guilty that charge,
and Michael
Newmans family Greeting
Don learn of Ms accident
Baptist Church enjoyed Rev. and Mrs. Aaron Slngle- early and also to the original charge
Dobbs and Mike
son ,
Mrs. Marth Clemons and children Christmas party at the Community tary and family have as a guest this month and glad to know of speeding and was tined $36 \1
that he able
Center Monday night was to preach for that offense.
Mrs. Singletary's father Mr.
and Mrs. Eddie
Reynolds last
again Sunday.
with about 30 present. *
Hall of Lakeland.
and Mr and Mrs. Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Green Mrs. Mary Freeman, Mrs. ConsumersWant I
Earl Dobbs, and Mrs Marty Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tarle- to Know "'Ic'\
Clemons visited Mr. and Mrs. ton attended a Christmas par r "' :Aw1pNED
Fred Jones In Lake City Sun- ty at the home of Mr. and What is the difference between *
day night. Mrs. Walter Ramos of Hell- a guarantee and a u'ni, \'
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marton bronn Springs last Thursday rant/ ':; "
and son, Bobby) Mr. and Mrs night.Miss. They are the same thing ,)
Gerald Grids and children, j
and Mike and Dan a promise in writing usually
Debbie enjoyed a Kay Register
seafood supper at Bronson last Register of Lake City are stating that the product is SEps
Thursday night The occasion spending this week with their free from defects in materialsor
was the Martens' wedding an- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. in workmanship They protect N6S
nlveraarv and Mrs. Griffla's Earl Dobbs.Mr.and Mrs.Dobbs the consumer against ;'j' GREG
birthday. also had Pam and Ronnie Register having to pay for repairs or l
Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs have of Lake City as guests replacement if the product
had as guests this week Timothy several days last week.Holiday. proves to be defective within p .
Tatum and Gregory Green
a specified length of time.

I I Peace Yuletide and joy Hope your holiday menu includes all the joys

1. 1afb Season'sSreetings t CHRISTMASMiy is for our one wish and all of the season! Best wishes for health, wealth,

and haooiness to all our good friends!

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EMPLOYEES ( .Greetings
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We with,.
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Happy and Holy'
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And to one and all, Chrlttmat'HURSTS

the happiest of

Starke Appliance holidays. Service SHELL SERVICE' Hazel & Russ PLACE Eberlec9ttt I : : 1 '

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and Miriam M.ithis

Myrtle Young Mary Lawson.

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of all the good things that
are part of Christmas joy| and happiness. .,

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Seeber D. Goodman
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Davis was an Insurance: In The Circuit Court For Brad or more to particularly be affected In described any way, and the proceedings: authorizing filed In these proceedings. LEGAL NOTICEI LEGAL NOTICEI
agent with Independent Life ford Cant; Florida thereby the issuance thereof validated Tills. Order to Show Cause will not be responsible for will not be responsible for
for Davis Is a The School Board of Brad- '
eight years. You and each of you are and confirmed, said certificates shall be published In the man- any debts Incurred other than any debts l Incurred by any one
1951: graduate of Bradford High ford County Florida, Plaintiff conslstingof Five Hundred by Section 75.06 John Grim.
hereby required to appear on ner required elf. E. S. other then myself TerrellL.
kf School. -vs- State" of Florida, and the 7th day of January, 1972 Thousand Dollars ($500- Florida Statutes, In Bradford Amy 12/23 Jones 2tp 1230i.viI94z
He served three In the the Owners
years Taxpayers, Property; 000) Subordinate Certificatesof
at 10:00: o'clock A. M. before County; Telegraph, a newspaper
U.S. Army and was associated and Citizens of the County the Circuit Court of Bradford Indebtedness Series 1971 of of general circulation In the I
t 1t with Hercules Powder Co. before of Bradford Including non- County, Florida at the Court. The School Board of Bradford County; of Bradford, publishedIn
1 that firm closed 1U branch reiidente owning property; ,or County Florida dated Starke Florida.
1h house In Starke, Florida, and ; Septem- ,
h office here. subject to taxation therein et show cause why the prayerof ber \I. 1971 maturing serially DONE AND ORDERED at
: Davis .Is married to the for- al., Defendants. September In Bradford Florida
the Complaint filed In the on 1 the years Starke, County -
mer Sandra Moore. The couple ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE above entitled proceedings 1973 to 1994 bearing Interest this 3rd day of Decem-
has two children: Tracy 4 1/2 To the State of Florida through
; should not be granted and the payable ..ml-aNlU8Ib', at such ber 1971.
and Harold D. 11/2. The fam- the State Attorney for me Eighth certificates therein described rate or rates not exceedingthe /1/ GEORGE L. PATTEN
ily resides In Green Acres. Judicial Circuit of said State, and the proceedings: authorizing maximum rate allowable by Judge of the Circuit

I the several property, owners, the Issuance thereof, validated law, a more particular description Court for Brad-
taxpayers: and citizens of Bradford and confirmed, said certificates of said certificates being ford County, Florida u
consisting of Four contained In the Complaint 12/9 3t 1223EDWARDS
County; Florida; Including Hundred Severty-Flve; Thousand -
non-residents owning propertyor ;
Dollars $475,000)) Certificates -
.r subject to taxation therein, of Indebtedness, Series
I Ji t 1k a and all others having or claimIng 1971 of The School Board of
any right title or Interest Bradford County Florida,dated r
Harold Davit In property; to be affected by September 1, ;97J, maturing 1
the Issuance of the Certificates
1 In the
serially on September
Harold Davie 3a,joined First of Indebtedness, Series 1971 years 1996 to 2000, bearing Interest FASHIONED
Federal Savings & Loan Asso- by the School Board Bradford payable seml-annually, OLD
cliHnn of Starke as loan officer .rase County Florida hereinafter
Frig-ranee of dirlitma a" at such rate or rates not exceeding -
effective December 6. more than evergreen and fresh the maximum rate allowable -
Davis will concern himself law particular +
baked <<,,okl... Men on your by a more .
with the making of mortgage gift lint loans and processing appli aftershave, from a three-bottled. suggested at a ",''ockinllu/ /. being contained In the
cations. "Ilitrhing ..00.." Englinh Leather /ttr." Stocking ttuffer' / Most Complaint filed In these proceeding
"We are pleased to announce Lime, Wind Drift, EnglUh of/ them are too big to bring in *.
that Davis is affiliated withus through the door.
leather. and Hitching Pool from This Order to Show Cause
said First federal President Mem. shall be published In the man-

D.F. Mlzell, Jr. ner required; by Section 75.06: e t M r t? .
In Bradford e.
Florida Statutes, '
County; Telegraph, a newspaper r t ,
of general circulation In the r
County; of Bradford, published .-r,4a4 ft
n, r In Starke. Florida.
QUKSjpJBiXryQrftry Starke, Bradford County, Florida -
r this 3rd day of December,

( MSmj\\ 1971././ Judge of The Circuit ;

Court Bradford
C for
May every blessing of this County; Florida May you find now friend and keep SEASON'S GREETINGSTo

**' Christmas be yours as you 12/9 3t 12/23 your old ones; walk In health

4 and live In sunshine; and find the
gather with family and friends. IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S open door to happiness and All Our Friend
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDAIN lasting contentment. Customers and Coffee Drinkers

s ,
y Re: The Estate of AARON GROCERY & MARKET

NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll lack &: Gladys EdwardsU.S.

credltlors of Aaron Harris 301 South THE BRANDING IRONFelix
Holley, who died on Octo-
ber 9, 1971, while a resident and Betty Sullivan
of Bradford County; Florida
., f f are notified that they are required -
to file any claims or
Moy the wonder of
demands that they may have
Christmas find lit way In. against his Estate In the Office

to .v ry hom; tit met- of the County; Judge of Brad-
'. age of brotherhood In. ford County Florida, In the
Courthouse at Starke, Florida,
BILL POWELLPhone to every heart. within six calendar months from

the date of the first publication -
964-6164 of this. Notice. Each claimor Merry
404 W. Madison St.
J. E. HARDY demand must be In writingand f
filed In duplicate and :,
AUTO SALES must state the place of residence -
: and post-of flee addressof
the claimant and be sworn
to by the claimant his agentor

Ms attorney, or It will become 1
void according to law.
Dated November 24, 1971.
R.A. Green, Jr.
Executor of the Estate of Aaron *
Harris Holley :

.y 2010 Smith Street
Orange Park. Florida 32073
Attorneys for Executor
First publication on December
2, 1971.
12/2 112/23.

'I. Notice Is hereby given under- +
'1 signed, under the provisions of ICI
1..irJ Chapter 20.953 Laws of florIda -
Acts of 1941, will register
"I with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, In and for Bradford

County; Florida upon proof of 4 .
publication of this notice the p.

ht9.LI fictitious name BLALOCK'S
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; MEAT MARKET, under whichI
am engaged In business at

731 N. Lake St. Starke, Flor s 1

ida.Charles I
E, Blalock, 523 Euclid -
Street Starke Bradford mar,"
County; Florida. >r, LAI
Dated this 29th day of December t l
A.D. 1971 at Starke, ii
Bradford County; Florida.

12/44t 1223In

The Circuit Court For Brad- I'"t
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ford County Florida \
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The School Board Bradford "
I Joy to the world In this County, Florida Plaintiffvs-
Christmas State of Florida, and the Tax- ,
i season. May the blessings ;
of payers, Property; owners and
day reach Into every heart. Citizens of the County; of Bradford
Including non-residents
owning property; or subject to 'In
;. Best Wishes taxation therein, et al., Defen traditional spirit,
dants. A1't

For The Holiday Season ORDER the TO State SHOW of Florida CAUSETo ': 14 the real meaning of Christmas

through the State Attorney for
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of r s1 brings to the minds and hearts of
said State, the several property ,

owners, taxpayers; and citizens c the feeling of
: everyone peace
of Bradford County, Florida
Th.ron A. Yawn P. D. Reddish Including non-residents SfCw
and of
owning property; or subject happiness togetherness
County:Judge Sheriff to taxation therein, and au
others having or claiming any a season of rejoicing.
',""" ". ,r f.. *. '. right title or Interest in pro
'. perty; to be affected by the
Gene, :.Long J. R. Kelly Issuance of the subordinate certificates With deep appreciation and great pleasure

of Indebtedness, Series
TaxThomas, lIIIel80r Tax Collector Bradford 1971 by the School Boardof we set aside the routine of everyday business, to
County, Florida,

I L. Casey Gilbert S. Brown described hereinafter, or more to particularly be affected greet and thank our friends whose good will we treasure.

In any way thereby:
J Supt. Public- instruction Clerk Circuit Court You and each of you are JojolLjC( Jfl 4 CJtLe1inaL..
hereby required to
p, 4 ; appear on
i. the 7th day of January, 1972
:.' at 10:00: o'clock A. M. beforethe
George L. Patten Circuit Court of Bradford

'c'', County; Florida at the Courthouse
Circuit Judge ; In Starke Florida, and
1 .:-'- show cause why the prayerof
above the Complaint entitled proceedings filed In the $ fooo stow

should not be granted and the
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Mrs. Minnie. Redgrave Lee Redgrave, E.Elous L.L.Han-ell HarrcU. q 74 of held Church starting at until on Meld at the 7:30 midnight.Friday Highland Service p.m., Dec.and Baptist will continuing 31.be- fin-fc* L 1 ffif I* HMM;: t'f! "v' if!\ ;. p fc f[:;t...' [U Tiff I [ iu l li['1(: "Far when row lienuii Is, then will you hurt bt Iko"\

94. of Starke. widow of AI- Starke: died suddenly Wednesday Guest speaker will be }(ev.
phonzo William Redgrave, died Dec. 15. H* was a retired Fred Potter, pastor of the _W.Vi8 HI: II JUmJl: Uj .rl .. JII1J!! <'o:1',1" _ Monday Dec. 20. Born in Petersburg sawmill operator and had Brookslde Baptist Church, and --
Va. on Oct. 31 founder of the TriStatehU; STARK CHURCII NEW RIVER BAPTIST
she had been a resident of the past 12 years.Surviving dren's Home In Bristol Term. CHUPCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- HOLINESS! CHURCH MELROSE
Starke since 1925, and was a Is his wife May Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Elble; School 10 a.m. Wor- ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services
member of the )First United Harrell of Starke; one daughter There will be singing by special Morning Worship 11 a.m. 'Youth ship Services 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m.
Methodist Church. Mrs. Marie Denny of Knob groups and refreshments Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed- 8 p.m. Wednesday !Night ser Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even-
Surviving are two daughters Noster Mo. and one son, William will be served. 7 pm.Thursday. nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone: wel- ship 7 p.m.'luesday .Ing Worship 7 p.m.
Mrs. Edwin Torode and Harrell./ Class, Thursday 11 Church come. .
Mrs. Mansfield Ohio; night Prayer Meet- a.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenings-8
Joe Martinez both of Starke; three brothers L. C. and Floyd The pastor Rev. Raymond Ing 7:30: pan. located one block west on Sit -L.L. Parker, pastor p.m. p.m.
seven grandchildren; ten great. Harrell., both of Eastman Ga.; David Hodges Pastor 16. -Lev.; W.n. Chauncey pastor
and Caudill, Invites the public to -J.P.H. Bell PINE: LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
grandchildren, three great- G. W. Harrell Macon. Ga.; two minister
greatgrandchildren.Funeral attend and enjoy this program Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng CHURCH
with members of the church.
services PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL 11 'a.m. Pre Ser- Sunday School 10
were heldat Eastman Ga.; and Mrs. Willie CHURCII.STARJ Worship CHURCH a.m. Morn-
10 a.m. Wednesday In De- Haynes Warner Bobbins, Ga. Sunday School 10 Morn- METHODIST CHURCH vices ((Booster Hand, Young 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.D. Also surviving are two grand- CHRISTMAS EVE Ing Worship at II.a.m.Training Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People and Prayer Service), : Sunday School 10 a.m. Worshp 7.-James Shaw pastor.
T. Farabee and Elder Joseph children and one great- and- Union 6:30: Evening Wor- Ing Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.J'ralnlng
Soule conducting. Follow vice 6 Evening Midweek ServIce Wednesday UROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH!!
child. p.m. Worship, :
ship 7:30. Wednesday ion 5.45; p.m. tvenlng Worship,
ing services the remains were Funeral services were held Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Milliard ||. 7:30: p.m. Rev John Strickland, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. BROOKER, FLA.
sent to Petersburg Va., where at 10:30: a.m. Friday In Jones annual Christmas Eve T, Odom. Jr., pastor. pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Hyena Pastor Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
Holy Communion Service will
burial was in the Blanford Cem- Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. day School. 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
etery. A. Hogan officiating Interment be held Friday' Dec. 24, at 11 AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD lion: BAPTIST CHL'ItCII CHURCH OF GOD Superintendent. Training Union
will follow In Bowen Cemeterynear In the First MethodistChurch. Sunday School 10 Morn- Ralford Road & Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theressa) OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas 1 Di-
The Is a.m.
Eastman public invited. Sunday School 10 Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. rector. Worship Services II
Ga. with De- Ing Worship 11 Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- a.
Eva L. AlvarezMrs. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home Worship, 7 p.m.am.Wednesday; Ing Worship 11. Sunday venlng Morning Worship 11 a.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. 1 oung Peo m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service -
In charge of arrangements. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30 p.m. ple's Service 6 p.m. I.vangellstlc : 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu-
-Charles Thomas pastor Evening; Worship 7:15 p.m. sic director.
7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- Service 7 p.m Wednes-
Eva Lee Alvarez 61 CHRISTMAS EVE ing Wednesday !Night: Prayer 5er- day Prayer Meeting 7:30
every Monday 7 p.m. : p.m.
of Starke died Saturday after John GF. Prevatt pastor. Everyone EVERGREEN BAPTISTLawtteey. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev Merle Come and worship with us. HEILBROW: BAPTIST
a sudden illness. welcome.ST. 125, Northwest of Packham pastor. -Rev Bobby Harris pastor CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N.
She was born in Kentucky Mark's Episcopal Church School 10 a.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
on February 23, 1910, and had of 1103 Sylvester W. Pratt St.Woods 76, wUl start the Christmas sea- EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM Morning Worship II. Training
lived in Starke son with the traditional Christmas Night Service 7:30 Union 6:30: p.m. Evening: Service
the Wed-
Starke area for died Saturday In the Gainesville CHURCH STARK : p.m. CHURCH. STARhE Fiai:?: : wiLLBAiyiLyrCHURCH! -
Eve Eucharist at 11:30
many years. Father James nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 & 730.: Midweek Prayer
Cregan : Cor. Ash Chestnut Sunday
A. Hospital after a Friday Dec. 24.All Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd
members -
p.m. Service 7:30.
Surviving is her husband Tate Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday p.m. Rev. Albert Knight pas- School 9:30: Morning Worship :
long Illness. Born In Live Oak ;
and friends of the churchare Sundays 11 a.m. Morning -Rev. L.
G. Alvarez of Starke Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day tor. 11 League 4 p.mIght! Ser- Tommy Howe pas
; one on Jan. 8, 1893 he had livedIn cordially invited to attend. Mass Puoer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday ; tor.
daughter Mrs. Linda Kay Murray Starke for the past 12 years. 7 p.m. LAURA II a.m. Church School 9:45: vice, 6 p.m.Hev.. Jasper Williams
Jacksonville two Confessions Saturday 6 BAP'flSTSunday ,
; sons, pastor.
Walter He was a veteran of World War School 9:45 a.m. K.Y.C. 6 P.III. CHURCH OF JFSl'S CHRIST
Alvarez :
Macclenny and I, a member of American Legion MADISON STREET p.m.School a.m. -John M. Flynn, Rector OF LATTER
Coy Lee Alvarez Palatka; two BAPTIST CHURCH of Religion: Morning Worship 11 a.m. EvenIng FIRST UNITED METHODIST DAY SAINTS:
Post 46, and a Metho 1404 E.: Hcssent
Grade Worship 7:30 Midweek Road
brothers. Harvey School Sunday II p.m. STARK
Jacksonville and. Charley dist. He was a retired far ing Sunday Worship School.11 Church 9:45: ; Training Morn-- a.m. to 12 noon. Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30: BAYIXSS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Edwards Pensacola;'three sisters mer. 6:15 WMU ;Prayer Circle, High School -- Sunday ip.m. P.m.Be Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Worship, II; Junior and Senior m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament -
Is Llnnie
Surviving his wife ; 6
Mrs. Marlon Browning In church Sunday ship Service 11 a.m. Church MVP groups 6 p.m. p.m.
Denmark Woods of Starke; two 7il5; Evening Worship 7:30. Frank Jarvis, 6:30 Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
Mrs. William Nemeth and Mrs. MondayYouth Choir Practice pastor.ST. Training : p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal -
Mrs. Rose
EMe Edwards all of Jackson- daughters Perales 7 BAYLESS HIGHWAY Worship 7:30.: 7 p.m !Prajer Meet- Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m.
Starke and Mrs. Estelle Mc- p.m.
MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Relief Society
ville; her mother Mrs. Alice WednesdayPrayer Meetingand Sunday School. 10 WednesdayPrayer Meeting ing, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal -
Oak a.m. Wor-
Cullers Live ; nine sons, CHURCH M'CCLENNYSunday 7:30 7:30: p.m.Jcsse .
Edwards Jacksonville; and five Business 7:30 ship Service 11 p.m.Rev. 7:45.:
John/of Lakeland Lake Meeting ; a.m. Church D
Allen ,
; Mass 12 JD. Robinson > Branson Branch
grandchildren. Training' noon. Holy -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr.
Church Choir 8:30. 6:30
Wales Buck and Louis both : p.m. Evening President.
Funeral services were held of Live; Oak; Charlie and Albert ThursdayVisitation., 7:30 Worship 7:30. Day Mass 5:3p.m.H.: "... ... ...... _..,h..h hUh..h.h U.. ..u,u...__..... .h....U.h" U........

at 2 p.m. Monday in Jones both of Lake City; ; Alfred P.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting w v ww Memorial Chapel with Rev. J. Travis and Tommy, all -Denton Sumrall, pastor 7:30 p.m. liii : ., :'r}}}:(%
D. Robinson conducting. inter- of Starke; one sister Mrs. No- Rev. J.D. Robinson I
ment was in Conner Cemetery na Tyre Greenville 32 "rand-
under direction of DeWitt C. children and 21 gret.f -and- Sunday School BAPTIST 9:45 CHURCH Mor- LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST .., ...... ....
Jones Funeral Home. a.m. CHURCH
chlldren.Funeral services were held ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10a.m. Morn t1 TIME .m }
Worship 7 .
p.m. Wednesday
at 10 a.m. Tuesday In Jones Prayer ing Worship H a.m. Evening 1j, j jj
Mark with Rev. Meeting and Bible Study Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 1
Crosby Memorial Chapel 7
Study Book
Ad- p.m. on of Psalms. Everyone welcome. t.: A* the old and the j !: ::
Denton Sumrall conducting. G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone .frf :: year paste :: :.:.
Rev. Robert I ..
dltonal services were held at la Is ten, pastor : ;: ; ::
Mark Crosby 54. a nativeof 2:30: p.m. Tuesday In the Pine Welco no. $, *: y new/ begins we are more con. :::::.: :":

13,Starke at his died home Thursday 1021 E. Dec.Comanche Grove Live Oak Methodist wfth Rev.Church Louis Berry near- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 422 N.CHURCH St. Clair OF St.GOD, Starke. :s:::: scions of time Itself than we are: :is.:::!: :I:::
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Sunday ::
Tampa. officiating. Interment was CHURCH School 10 a.m. MornIng }::+:: :r:,:: .t any other time of the year. ::.;'::i it ::::
In Pine Grove Cemetery. Intersection of Highways 16 Worship 11 a.m. Sunday
He had lived In the Tampa North) and 225. "Rev.! Wayne Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night 11 .' } j 1

Bay area for 40 years' and...., -,*STOCKING: STUFFEH3 Wells pastor. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer ::r: .j t, :%:. These ere. days when most everything : :d;| ::
was a member of the North Sunday School,9:45Morning Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. ... .....' :; ::: ::
Gate Baptist Church. '. ,- "Littlekitchen'helpers of stock-can Service at 11. Evening Service. -Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor 1;: : :J.." l In geared to a higher ;111:1:, ::1:
find abundance
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7:30.: Wednesday Service 7:30: :: >,: ::: ::
Funeral services were held ing gift Ideas for Mom In p.m. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST i, :::: speed. Automobiles. are faster ::::''i:! ;I:::
Saturday at 11:30: a.m. In the housewares and notions de Sunday School 9:30: ; Training :::: :: ::: : ::::
chapel of Blount Funeral Home partments. Pot holders, Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship :::: ::::: aircraft set new records. Production ::::;: ;:X::
Tampa with Interment In the measuring spoons, measuringcups HAMPTON BAPTIST 11 a.m. Evening Worship :::: ::::: ::::ii:i i:n:#:?:
thermometers, knives, CHURCH 7:30 :::: :::;: is speeded up to male .the :::#:: :::
Garden of Memories Ceme- p.m. Prayer '
utensils and hot Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Meeting 7:30: :::: ::: s 1;;:: :#::
serving Wednesday.
tery. t. plates make fine gifts. Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study Pastor Rev. Robert Wett ::j ::1: best possible product: in the :ii::! :;A

. Mr. Crosby Is survived by 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: :: <::1<: .horte'IUme..butthi.isa fi:1:! :SfI:::
his wife Mrs.p E'd ol Cornett For the p.m.Wednesday Prayer and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN : W Hm?'! ;
all teen-ager a variety of hip ; good time to slow down and review
Crosby and two f daughters....' messages can be found to Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. :::: :::::1 I r :::::j :::;

of lampa. J,,l,... surprise him on Christmas Melvin Hamel PastorThis Morning Fellowship Worship 6 \..m.II ChoiPrac a.m.: Youth- :..:.. :'.;:.:1.:. the past and to make plans! 1111:1.;:':.::.! .:.:.:.;

morn. tice Wednesday 8 p.m. :: 1:::1 for the future. Think of the' past ::;::: : :
-Rev. Robert D. Burch :: #:::'::' e itt'A' :;:::: ::::
: : :::::. a ,-.'A'f f but only of how you can Improve ::1::.f ::::
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH :: $::: ::::: ::::
> t on IL Plan now for the future. ri ;::1:
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- .... .. ..
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r'. Ing Worship 11. Training Union, :::: :::::'1 Make sure: that you will have :::::j ::::
630.: Evening Worship 7:30.: :: :::: :;::: ::::
-LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor :::: 's::::: time for the Lord this. New. Year. :::::: ::::
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BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH :it ::: Start now to attend church .1::: :iirr. :::
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- :::: ::::: .:;:::1 ::
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening ;::1: rr: make: it .regular habit.. i::! :::

Meeting Worship 7:30 7:30: p.m.p.m.Wednesday.Rev. Prayer. }$ t .. .. ...... ; :!S }:}:}W.:: : Mr.y.pvr.:;;; ;::::::+:.:;.Y;::::::: :.:.i :;::. i[! i 1i 1ii
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C'7 J.C. Saunders pastor i ;$i 1i:i Oiwch H MI offo.MW. Ifmr io"'"I wM ,hi If rxrfinl tfct... .."" ....tl Nh'lira C \UU7ft(}., (,''i 1r

MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL t: l.r nun ind of Hrt.4.mofl4 l hr man,to(upend,to Win' *l I..t br h.. .."Ml" Mtgttof.... .WdhMf :';'a ::::
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ship 6 p.m. Training Union {{ f::: awn. a uUI*, pal. of< r ., /MVld.ppm"' 'im (Iraiili to, .it... ..ti W.Ai.Ilwe.. .d. :i :::i iY :::;:
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can Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser- :=..1:1:..: Arex.. M ,ife.. Iniak .WIIWK. It "lilli, 11' t Hull, .oknil .........i Mi,don mt toiay. .ItaInl .. "I'I>OI, n\-: ..... .r.::.i :::1
vices.Rev. ::} :.:.: ..Alex" *. MI Ml km I IIM ,H llti I ai l AIN tl -. :-: 1v ::

will keep mosquitos out, FIRST .CHRISTIAN Bob Cooper CHURCH pastor Ik h :; :::: : ::Li.- ::::::;:: :;;;:;:;: ; ::;:;:;;;;;;:;KX..X'M::;;:;:;:;:;;;::;:;: ;<:;:;:;:;:;:;;:;\;>;;*;:<:w.x--xx;; : ;;:;;;; : C.*!.:::2; ;;:;;;: ;:;;:;: ; :;;::: v>:! -I:.:.:. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. :.:; :.:.:.:JII:ti

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decorate your car grill 1045 9:45:; a.m.a.m.Evening Morning Service Worship, 7:15: 1 "
p.m. Youth Group Meeting.: Sun I
day 6:30: p.m. FLORIDA
the road -J.C. Brown minister SERVICE
protect on V
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BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. < Tire-''ru in*
take fishing and :301$ North behind Tas- C:>v OMTROI
you tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Headlight Adjusting
School. 10 a.m. Worship Service 4 OI11.e" o.
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Brake Service

help roast your turkey. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes Carl Hunt Phone 964.6111 Wheel BalAncencl

day.Leroy Olive pastor, E.L. :3.19;: E. Cull St. Stark, H 1". Alignment
Grlffls, associate pastor
Remember all those cans you've tossed away? 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 961.5715 for FREE: MR'CONDTIOtSERVICE(

Well.electricity is giving them a new life. A life DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Mlway 301 and 100 Inspections and E tlmale: AH Minor Hepaira

that begins at aluminum recycling centers allover Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor <10 8. Temple Stark
the country. Like the three here in Florida. ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 617 N. Temple Ate. Starke

For instance with the help of Floridians who p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.

care about their environment the Reynolds Alu -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor

minum Reclamation Center in Coral Gables. Florida GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD

receives thousands of cans cfaily. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ABSTRACT CO.
Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p. SUPPLIES, Inc. and Market
The cans enter the complex electric process of m.

being sorted and shredded. Then made ready for -Rev. John Ross pastor Ace Hardwareamp1 Groceries Meats Feed Heller Service For Your
melting and re-use. Like window screens highway Featuring
guard-rails boat hulls and of course aluminum foil. STARK l ..U Paint Supplied GAS

So. the next 'time you look at a clean.'beautiful .,. Sunday School, 9:45: ; MornIng and Sporting Good Jack and Gladys Edward AbvlracU

park or picnic in a place that looks the way nature ;., me0ing Worship Old at ,11,Something sermon: U. S. 301 South Stark Title Insurance:
intended it to look remember electricity. Check With Ua Flrat"
New. Church Training: 6:45: ; PHONE 964-S312 ISM W. Cnll Ph. M4- Ml
It's not only part of the solution to cleaning up Evening worship 7:301.aer- 21* Waahlncton 81. 94-5270
the vironment.. but is ingeniously giving old cans mon: "What Will You'Ive in
Exchange for Your Soul?"
a new life.P1rr. WednesdayPrayer Meeting, CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
6:30: p.m.; Teachers and Officers -

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Friday-, Watch Night Service, : Hl hU-PBOM 471-4111
9 to 12 midnight.
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\ NotesBy Approval for the city to deeda that 50 street lights be converted lized about $37,000 from selective rePort' back to the Council.
I I News 30 x 40-foot plot In the city from Incandescent typeto cuttings at the tract, Roy Tyre, a local building con-
By GLORIA REDFEARN' I park to Clay County to be used mercury vapor lighting at with the funds earmarked for tractor, said ho faces a similar
I Pl.o,. Coll 473.3288 I! Helen. Egan for an addition to the Keystone a cost of an additional $600 Improvements at the airport.In problem and Is also Interested
or 473-4182 Heights branch library was given per year. other action the council: In the situation.
_----- -- -- 4CONGRATULATIONS -- --------- by the City Council at its Fox said the changeover would -Ashed Mrs. Baker to checkon -Granted permission to an
COMMUNITY CHURCH Ing, members were Informedthat December 18 meeting. provide better street lightingand a complaint by Hlchard Ix>- applicant to open a fruit and
Mrs. W.H. Redfearn The refreshment table held a The Christmas message U the Installation of 1972 The action was taken at the there would be fewer Interruptions vorn who said he had been produce stand on premises for-
Mr.and of cake appropriately decoratedwith being carried out during the omcers will take place at the request of Mrs. Beatrice (Bee) In service. In voting informed by the Keystone Wa- merly occupied by a Gulf 011
Jr. are the proud!Robin parenta Noel, bornCirelJBV a two hogs nibbling on ears four Sundays of Advent Wreathand January 11 monthly meeting.: Cooper, Keystone district its .approval the Council ter Works that he would haveto station. Fox said the Council
baby (tint DOC, 19. She joins A of corn. the fifth candle, a tall member of the Clay County decided that the unbudgeted pay $300 In addition to the had no objection providing the
sister Patricia Fifty persons were Invited whit one, will be lighted on MELROSE HOMEMAKERSThe Library Board, who told the funds would be charged to Coun- regular tie-In charge for water place Is kept clean.
old ,
two year old sister to attend. Including employeesof Christmas Eve at 7:30: p.m. Melrose Club member council that the Clay County; cilman Gay Livingston's safety service at his property -Tabled a request for renegotiation -
and a seven ;year Industries"and Mr.Williams' In the sanctuary. This Is a enjoyed their annual Christmas Board of Commissioners had department. located between the school and of a hay lease at
Julia. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. service of carol and candlesto Party; on December 14 at their agreed to finance: construction Farm Forester Allen Tarle- Little Lake Keystone. tavern the airport due to the absenceat
and Mrs. John G. Sapp.ABBOTTTIIOMAS which all are cordially in- clubhouse In Melrose. The of a 20 x 30-foot addition to ton reported that the plantingof said the extra charge was discriminatory the meeting Airport Chair-
DUPLICATE BRIDGE vited. building was decorated with the library in tne coming year. 100,000 pine seedlings at the and unwarranted, man Roy Uatkins.
Winners for Tuesday, Dec- The I lofty Christmas tree,donated large basket of polnsettia blossoms A motion to deed t die property city's airport tract had been and asked the Council for Its -Voted to give city employeesa
ember 14 were: First place, Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Abbottof by Mr. and Mrs. Chester and a Urge Santa Claus was made by Councilman Joy completed as part of a five- reaction. $15 Christmas gift as recom-
Mrs. Charles Heptinatall and Jacksonville announce the Moody twinkles with tiny white plaque. The refreshment table Baker, and unanimously ap. year timber production program Fox asked Mrs. Baker to
Mrs. Paul Stelnmetz. Second engagement and approaching light, and the teaching of Advent was ladrni with all' the goodiesof proved. Chairman Everett Fox he prepared for the council check Into the franchise granted (Con't,
Mrs. A.V. Bannister and Mrs. marriage of their daughter, Patricia by Mr. and Mrs. Paul the season. assured Mrs. Cooper that the last year. He also said the water company and to on next pegs)
C.W. Hardy. Tied for 'third Marie, to James Larry Steinmetz has given a new and Mrs W. H. Allen presided deed will be turned over to the the city! will be repaid $415 r- .
were: Mrs. Paley Boyd and Thomas of Jacksonville, son of vivid meaning of the season. over a short business meetIng .- county as soon\ as prepared.In of the cost of planting the trees J
Mrs.John Strawn Fourth place Mr. and Mrs.J.W. Thomas of Those who attended last Sun- when a report was madeon announcing the project at as part of the federal agrlcutural !-
Mrs. Val Givens and Mrs. C.V. Starke. day's services with special music the successful bazaar of an earlier meeting, Mrs.Cooper conservation program.
Horne. The wedding will take placeon by a large choir, and the December 4. The largest a- said the library has outgrown .- Since Tarleton's plan was put Q4tM
Play will resume on January December 30 at Sacred Celestial Choir Joining the adults mount was realized since the Its facilities In Keystone Into effect the city! ; has rea- ad
4. Heart Catholic Church In Jack agree that the Christmas club was established. Four new since It was built eight years
season has never been members were added to the ago.
COMMUNITY CHURCH A reception will be held at observed so well before.ANNOUNCEMENTS The Council agreed to a proposal JOY
by Clay Electric, Inc.
home of the bride's par
will be a meeting of
There ent's (Can't on next page)
Immediately after the
the Executive Board of the The 7th, 8th and 9th graders I
Church Women. ceremony. will meet for caroling. tonight -
The next regular meeting of (Thursday) from 7 to 9
the Church Women will be KEYSTONE ROTAlt1ANS'CHRL4TMAS p.In. In the Community Church.
held on January 3. The speakerfor FESTIVITIES Church officers are remind
the evening will be MyronC. About 40 persons including*, ed to have their annual reports -
Prevatt, Jr. members, wives, and guests, Into the church office)
A service of Carols and Candles attended the annual Christmas not later than December 28. t2
will be held at 7:30: on dinner party; of the Keystone A congregational meeting U
Christmas Eve.CHRISTMAS Heights Rotary Club at the called for January 2, Immediately
Garden Restaurant In Starke after the U a.m. Worship -
tI .J
Friday night Dec. 10. A social Service for the purpose
PARTYAT hour was held preceding the of voting on the new Consti '

DINNER THEATRE holiday dinner. tution.SENIOR. .
Members of the DuPont staff This Friday, Dec. 24. the Rotarlans .
their wives, and several Invited will exchange gifts and CITIZENS -dam )fE .#
guests will enjoy their annual original poems at their regu- Christmas was celebrated by
Christmas party; tonight lar 12:15 meeting In the Masonic the Bradford County Senior Citizens
(Thursday). Bu.ises will leave Hall. and the Keystone Heights Mode of. A Beautiful
during the afternoon for the members on December 14 In
Alhambra dinner theatre, southof a special way. The RecreationHall traniportationchange Yuletide to one
Jacksonville,where the group Bids Opened was decorated In the traditional but our and all''
will enjoy the buffet and the per manner and a Merry with 'for you to
formance of Alan Drury In On Road \"* ork Christmas decorated cake cen- j', have a joyous
"Catch Me If You Can." tered the refreshment table. Christmas does not. Thanks for your wonderful :patronage, the association -
AND NOW from this reporter Near KeystoneBids Chairs were placed a circle hall been a real plea ure.
comes the wish for a very Merry In the center of the room
Christmas and the very beat for and as guests and members SUPERIOR BU-TEE SALON
each and everyone of you. were opened last Thursday entered they were surprised Keystone Height
on 4.867 miles of medium to see a large poster board all
To our Insurance Inc. Fat Fraher Lois Wilson
grading and constructing small on which were symbolic hand- ,
WILLIAMS RETIREMENTW.H. drainage structures on State made Christmas name tags. friends, to all operators
(Harvey) Williams was Road S-352, from SR21 north Many; newcomers and long absent May the beauty of the Win. L Reynolds Jr.
honored with a surprise retire- east of Keystone Heights, easterly members were welcomed: season reflect joy and the world, Settle Stitchberr: owner
ment party; on Friday after- to Gold Head Branch and Joined In the festivities. let it be.KEYSTONE.
In the Administration happine'ss.
noon Park. Karl Hoist served as mac
lag room at the Florida State Apparent low bidder was V. ter of ceremonies and Mrs.
Prison. E. Whitehurst & Sons of wnliston. Mary Allen gave a Christmas KEYSTONE
Mr. Williams Is retiring after with a bid of$225,942.- prayer reading. Old familiar BARBERSHOPTeucc
38 years with the Division of carols were sung and gift
Corrections and as head of the 16.The bid was part of a $29 were distributed In a novel
Swine Department. He was presented million total of 33 road and way by Karl and Ada Hoist,
with a gift of money and bridge construction projects opened who are the Hospitality Com J'1oJwIoz1T2A41j.
a framed poem entitled "W.H. on December 16 by the mittee.
'(&l lag)Williams" by Mrs.Elbert Florida Department of Trans During a lhonbu.tnel.lDHt.-. .
Nettles. portation.


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EDNA WILLIAMS f Alignment and Speed
Norgas Wheel Balancing
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Melrese, Fla. PHONE 473-303'

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confiaeTRcr you n.... placed in u. an T. MARTIN PADDY GILRIE MARGARET RUSSELL
opportunities you n... given a* to **r** '
!' you. yoca 'you+ way to Htpf IMS* J. D. HENDERSON MIRIAM POOLE BRENDA WILLIAMSKeystone
May the coming yr D. a Happy,. and ff..ltl ful
on. for you and your lovea. oa*._ CUNNINGHAM'S GULF SERVICE

ThuD for your loyal Patrosage' It has been a State Bank

Nell's Beauty Shop Real Pleasure Senlmr FROM all of )'OG.

Richard Judy and Marla Cunningham
MELROSE, FLA. PHONE 475-2211 Warren Ctnudaffhui. Oyde Byrd- MEMBER F.D.I.C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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Officers will be Installed and To ,

a charter presented for the new
Shrine Club of Keystone Heights YOU saved and slaved for wallto SEWING MACHINE-Cieaned, FOR SALE- Bedroom Home
In ceremonies to be held at the Woman CLASSIFIED AD RATES wall carpet. Keep !It new DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY LEW'S oiled and adjusted In. your; on 2 1/2 acres land. Have well
Keystone Country Club at 8 with Uluo Lustre. Rent electric home,,$5.00. Vacumn cleaner stocked fish pond. Pecan and
The Heights Minimum Chargtf .... 1,75 Devrlck SHOP repairs also. All work guarant- fruit trees. $12,500 $7200
p.m. Wednesday, Jan 5. Keyitone, woman shampooer $1. WEDDINGS WELDING -
ceremony will be preceded by Mrs. Sarah Ann Leonard, 42, (Cover IS word*) Inc., Builders & Supplies PORTRAITS eed. Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone down Monthly payment 60.63.

a covered dish dinner starting lost her life last Thursday afternoon Each word over 15-7. Starke Fla.HORSES COMMERCIAL 1\ Wlilsperln Pine JNp- 431-1428 tfchr Call Bill Powell Real Estate
at 7 p.m. with ladles and as her car was struck 114 N. Walnut tel US 301 S. Phone Broker. 964-6464. tfchg.
visiting Nobles as guests. broadside by a truck approximately tOe Extra Charge !If no.paid FOR SALE One 7-B Stark 964-8188.
The charter wUl be presented five miles south of Mld- In advanceCLASSIFF.D white Arabian mare with 2 FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bed-
by J.T. Rouse, Potentateof dleburg on SR-211n Clay Coun months old sorrel colt. (mare UTILITY TRAILERS room trailer outside city limits O.C. Carneg>< Nursery

Morocco Temple, Jacksonville ty.Funeral DISPLAY barrel racer) One Shetland and EDWARDS FARM SUPPLY CUSTOM BUILT J.O. White 964-6114 !If Thousands of Plant.
Services for Mrs. $1.30 Ftr Inch no answer call 964-8799.
who will also serve as Welch pony buckskin, gentle, Complete line of Purina Feeds
Installing officer. Leonard will be held Saturday rides or pulls cart. Reason Cattle, GAS AND ELECTRIC Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
horse, hog anCcat. ?
Memorial dog
The following officers for at 2 p.m. In the First Baptist Revolution able will deliver locally. Mrs. Wilson Toomer Fertilizer. WELDING -' BRAZING Evergreens Camellias,
the new club were elected at a Church of Keystone.According Proclamation, etc -7c word Hazel CrUfls, Rt. 1 I. Box 43, Cattle, horse, hog.dog worming SHEET METAL ''Azaleas Roses

meeting held Monday night >In to homicide Investigator CAP.D OF THANKS Starke. 964-7903. Itp. medicines all kinds. Costal TRAILER HITCHES Mo*. la cane .' Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
B.B. LIbby and Investigating ..
Hall at
the Masonic Keystone SO word or leas .. .I..eo Bermuda nay uchg. INSTALLED
V.E. Dixon of "
Heights: Buster Alken president trooper WANTED: A good home for 2-5
; Pat Bradley, let vice president the Florida Highway Patrol,the Each word' over 50-7o month old Terrier pups In rural FUHNITUfiE M MI. 8.E. of 8t! rke. Hwy. 100
Richard Murrhee. 2nd accident occurred at approximately Phone 473-4160( In & Florthome 15.2185
; area. FOR RENTFurnished unfurnished Quality Home Fnrjilshlngs
vice president Scotty McLean, 4 p.m. Thursday after- lereeledltp. apartments In town,
secretary-treasurer; Azzie noon when Mrs. Leonard's FOil SALE: Porkers dressed also house !In country. W.ll. SAVE Custom Draper! *

Williams chaplain; and John 1970 Ford crossed the center 60 Ibs. and up. Call 9G4-6236 FOR SALE: Christmas gifts, Nollman. tfchg rha. Long Distance Carpeting The Glass Shop
Klngsbury, scribe. line and was struck broadside and 964-5C30 (after C:00: pmJ religious and miscellaneous Phone Calls Interiors by Victor
The club will meet once a by a vehicle driven by Eddie IIP. plaques. 250 and up. 782-3363. 1000 Park -
Ave. Orange Part l:
month with regular time of Brown of Jacksonville Itp. We now handle air lin.. Glass ::!
264-9331 H
meeting to be announced later. Brown, 27, received only minor FOII SALF:: 2 male Chihuahua ticket, cruise*, and tours. For i j,! .. :, .
Injuries In the two car puppies.) $25.00 each. Phone ;0"\ .
WILL BABYSIT In home We offer a special package
I pile-up while a passenger >in 964-5583,1tp. my
MarijuanaCaso his car, 22-year-old Thomas week days. Phone 9648048.tf Tour ol Nw FOR SALE: 200 Acre Farm, AH CARS and TRUCKS

Puts; :3 J .Brown, escaped without Injury. t:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:,:::::.:.:::::,:: :: :::::: Disney World 80 A. cleared, bal. In timber Installed Whilo-U-Wait
The F.It.P.reported that Mrs. Come In And : dwellings barns, tobacco allotment Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
j Call 964.7449 paved road; Terms)
On Probation was southbound onSR21 ,
with Brown north-bound. Register For FOR SALE TOWN FINANCE CO. A.J. Thomas, Realtor,Tel.964- 1017 N. Main G'vill

Three men arrested last June Mrs. Leonard failed to have M1 o TsLa 5701.
20 and subsequently charged her car under control as It 2 Bedroom Nice Cement 4 P.O. Box 226 N. T.mpU I

with the possession and manufacture approached. the rear of a vehicle I i FREE Block home Fire place : ; .;,,... foi
Taking applications
of marijuana !In the ahead and as she applied
Smith Lake area near Keystone her brakes her car skidded a- I Enclosed Garage Near ; SASE
Heights pleaded guilty to the croKS the center line where It I PRIZESI I Lawtey on 301. + FHA 235

charges In Clay County Cir- was struck broadside by the ::: ; $ ,O And Up 'terBrown Vicon .
cuit Court last week and were Brown vehicle. k: CONTACTGEORGE New Brick 3 and 4

placed on three years probation Brown was charged with fallIng I J Given Away 2nd t Bedroom Homes

by Judge Martin Sack. to have a valid drivers license. .r| Monday Of Each Month. :( ; KOHERFS Call for Details
The arrests were made following made to
week-long surveillance The 1970 Ford was listed as a | No Purchase Necessary! REAL ESTATE; n your Low Down Payment
Sheriffs deputies total wreck while Brown's '68 individual hearing
bv Clay County > {i PHONE; 964-7826 oJkawagenNe" ltd Moderate Monthly
following a tip from a Chevrolet truck received an ',
requirement at
> } no PaymentsLONGCHAMP

were confidential charged Wormer with growing The men front estimated end. $2,400 damage to !Its 1|1 Mary Carter 421 W. MADISON ST. General I Farm Salee "U.ell. Service to). additional coil. HOMES '

rijuana with a market valueof dr Western Store \WI Phone.M4-MSJ
approximately 80000. |1! Paints 1 Ml.North of TIre ManOAINESYiLLE ALL MAKE HEARING .
After accepting the guilty First t I HuptMllmrdi CHILI/ ) CARE LAKE .OI'Ul8&ad1e'D"
pleas and prior to sentencing AIDS REPAIRED
i 102 E. Brownlee ;
the men Judge Sack told the C: CENTER ,_._. '
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defendants, Michael Dreen, A. :: : :: : : : ::::::::::: :::::::: FOR RENT; KJNGSLEY LAKE, 3AINESVILLE HEARING

Ian Martin and Michael Law Ko> !sfciic I Infills. TOR RENT: fiifurnlshod:; 2 modern two bedroom duplex a- AID CO. .. FOn SALE: 2 bedroom con-
rence, that the reason they bedroom brick cottage W. Call "THE PLAYHOUSE" partment, furnished and alr- 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired crete block house near shop

were placed on probation was Rev. Lawrence Carro'/TBS- St., $45.00 per month also 1025 W. MADISON ST. condltloned. Call Merritt Wil and cleaned at Dahmcrs Dis- 1137 N. W. 23rd Av*. ping center. Low down pay-
that ". none of you outwardly 2 bedroom home 1 mile S. on liams. 964-5391 or 964-7788. count, fast service tfchg iln. nill. Florida ment, easy terms. Call Itu-
appears to be a bad Sunday:! School, 9:45; Niurning 301 to small family, low rent CHILDREN ALL ACES tfchs. 32601 ford Mitchell phone 964-6760,
guy, and this Is your first Worship, 11; Church Training and care for few livestock. Phone 376-0095 P.O. flax 238, .Starke. tfchg.
felony offense" He added "ldon't 6:30; Evening Worship, 7:30. Phone 064-6491. lip JOY ROWE FOR SALE: 2 repossessed mo- CARL BEGGS xaassr e ::
want In this courtroom Churchwlde VIII-
anyone Tuesday bile homes. A deal of a life : "
or In the county; to get tation. PHONE 964-8465 time Olln's Mobile Homes Gulf ServiceUSED 16 ACRES on t'.S.: 301 South
the Impression that people who Wednesday Family Night 100 West Starke tfchg. 641 ft. on Ilwy.j, 8500.00 Cash
come before this court on drug Dinner (covered dish), 6:30: p. Sales PARTS Building] LohAvailable Call Rill PoweU,. Broker. 9G4-
o.'fenses will bo treated lenient m.; WMS, HA, Auxiliaries, and BRAND NEW 8-Track Tape .H Price for Wrecked Can 6464 or 964-6810.
ly." Brotherhood, 7:15: ; Hour of aN Decks, from 3995. Also used f'OR SALEt: 1968 Brldgestone M Hoer Wrecker Service
The defendants are forbiddento Power, 8. Adult Choir Itehear- 8-Track Tapes for only 1.98-- 90 motorcycle. Good condition. BUILDING;; LOTS'n Slt. 16.
associate with known or suspected oat 8:45.: : i= ras DAIIMER'S: Discount. 2 tchg. Call 964-5040 after 5 p.m. Fuel Oil Need lot Building Lots on Sit.230.BuildIng -
users of marijuana andor / The Adult and Youth Choirs 'irW 'iii ]12/30. 2tchg. 12/23. Vied Cars home a We've your dream Lota on SR. 100. Call BUI
other narcotic drugs under under the direction of W.M. Hwy. Ml N. W' Uo utilities got 'eml! All Powell Broker, 964-6464 or

terms of their probation. Wolfe cantata Sr. presented a Christmas FOR SALE: Sears 250c.c.mot- :w..u..:.... .:.:... :. :.::?:;.r,:.ti:: ,...fitiS:.....rfJr'i'tiG: 4....... also available.available.If you're Financing!Interested 964-6810.
They are also forbidden to frequent "Imimnuel: Forever AUrOMOIftf MAKlftfGODDING orcycle completely reconditioned \{ call

those places known or Sunday evening. The & CLARK new paint tagged and !Inspected \r! Beautiful Christmas First, Inc., 964-5000 us. at.Starke First You Have Tried
suspected to bo used for the choirs were accompanied by .
to $200.00.
ready go. ', Fury
s FOR SALE 1964 Plymouth Federal
2n4 Ave. A JnJ.St. $. ;
of Indulging In drug Jordan pianist,
purpose Mrs. Virginia Call 964-7334. Itchg. J $450.00 call 964-7337 (Good The hest-Now
t j j6AINISVIU.il
abuse, In addition to other restrictions and Mrs. Annabelle Anthony,

placed on them. organist. This beautifully presented ::'r: FOR SALEBARGAIN ; Condition). FOR RENT; Mobile homes on Try The Best
The trio had previously pleaded Christmas Musical pro- ;
FOR RENT Trailer lot Lake Geneva central heat and
: on
Innocent to the charges, gram was enjoyed by all. } PRICES 5:00 air, lake and dock privileges.Lagasse's .
F.P.L. Call after :
but changed their pleas to guilty The Woman's Missionary Society JACK SOUTHARD
as charged when they ap visited the Starke Nursing fteV( r r 1 All Day Thursday j r 964-8238. tfchg. 100 call 473-4753.Trailer. Park. Rd.

peared court Thursday. Home and carried Christ- f.:: :::.: 3tchg. 12/23. ROOFING
mas gifts and refreshments for JacksonvilleBusiness V fiL V REFINISIIING $ H & H DISCOUNT ; WATSON'SHOUSE
each patient. Christmas pro-
Services Held gram which Included readingthe :: STORE ';:: Or VACUUMS $200.00 DOWN new brick and CONTRACTORPhone

Christmas story from Luke /ffn UPHOLSTERYCABINET :%j jr Many brands of new vacuums block homes. Payments as low

Saturday ForM 2 was presented The ladles led WORE r r: Starlit Mot.1 l :r:: $39.00 up. Used machines from as $70.00 a month. You may 473-3485
the patients >In singing Christmas Reproduction t :' $10. Expert Repairs all makes. qualify If you earn between
Leonard carols and special requests Expert: {r: 301 North ((3 Mils) :::: Pa .ts and Accessories for all $70 and $140.00 a week. Call Keystone HeightsAnd

I"S. from the patients;the most popular C. E. JACKSON Stark ::;: vacuums. Built Or Central: vac- Crown Builders, 964-8337.
of which was "What a Directory umn cleaning systems:IKI: n. tfchg. Surrounding Areas.
Mrs. Sarah Ann Leonard, 42, Friend We Have In Jesus." 1313 W. Madison Starke !>.:,'
of Key stone Heights died Thurs: A "Watchnlte" service will
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.INTERSTATE All Work Guaranteed
day December 16, from 'Injuries be held Friday December 31, LOTS hUh SALE Starke wolf
received In an automobile beginning with a covered dish Auto Sales! and Service CHRISTMAS TREES( for sale, & Counu-y Club, ready for moving Fla. Call 964-5606.
accident In Clay County near upper at 7 p.m. The Wednesday various sizes and prices. Mrs. building on or for Investment. tfchgOl'T
Mlddleburg.Born evening activities for Parrish Motors W.A. Stern phone -SGl4,9tp. Lots area approximately 1/2
In Lancaster S. C. on this, week will be cancelled 12/23. acre and larger. Paved roads I t,.MiM.T. -.... OF TOWN: 2 1/2 acre WATER FRONT! LOTS.
December 9. 1929, Mrs. Leonard due to this special evening ofactivltie. only 3 minutes from town. OHN MOBILr HOMrS INC., farm with house priced at FOR SALE,
was a member of the .. Visitors are welcome ALE CUSTOM SEWIl!; -Fashion Fa- Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5.p.m. / 6500.00, paved road. A.J. On Crosby Lake and' Crosby
)Canal SO feet
church. She was man- SERVICE ( Thomas Realtor Tel 964- Lake Canal.
Baptist brics. 114 E. Call St. Phone tfchg "
VOLVO .. 5701. tfchg. wide, 8 feet deep).Located on
ager of the Avon Produce Di Our slncerest Christian sympathy P\RTS 964-8344. 4tp 12/9
3 miles West
vision. Is extended to the State Road 100
Leonard family In the death BEAUTIFUL SEALY mattress of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation

Surviving are her husband: of Mrs. Ann Leonard on Dec- Alwtys Good Vied Can A Hole in Your HoofIi and box spring for only $59.95 WANTED cottage mobile home or
William D. Leonard; a daughter ember 16. "n Laura St. Ph. 35i-S9tt per set at Dahmer's Discount : Acreage large or SEWING lnveaUnenL '
small. Buyers waiting. Strout start at$1.295.00, $200
Nancy Ann; two sons; Jon Or A 2tchg 1230JIMMY Prices
William and Michael Patrick Realty; Inc. 2117 N. Temple down' and $35.00 month for 38Tion
Leonard. all of Keystone Council F.LF.'TnlC MOTORSPEAVY : WHOLENEW Ave. 064-6609 or 964-8238. MACHINE "tiq (8 1/2 % simple Interest

Heights; her mother, who lives tfchg. ).
in Columbia, S. C.; two bro Brother. MOORE'S Sales and Service Call 964-7701 8' a.m. to 9
thers: Edward Courtney and DonatesFrom SUN SPORTS INSURANCE NECCHI p.m.weekdays. tf
James Courtney, both of Columbia Electric Co., ROOF AT REDUCED KATES -
S. C. and four sis! KOORE BOAT FOR AUTO ]FHtE. BOAT' :New Home
ters Mrs. Bert Martin Mrs ( preceding peg Electric Motors -i & J Roofing Co. DOYLE:, E.CONNEll Universal

Geraldine Gates and Mrs. Dorothy mended by Mrs. Baker. 1111'I 1 Sri\lwJ RepilmiOnerntois YOUR MONEY INSUKANGE' AGENCY $49:50 up
all of Columbia -Authorized Councilman 9618778Hiway Uhfl ISTING
Pressley, Stateia Armature Phone
Huntley Redfearn Jr. to spend Starke Ph. 964-5791 Parts & Repairs on
S. C. and Mrs. Margaret winding. 301 South
Buckley of Rock Hill, S. C. $200 for asphalt material need- -tiMI Lrnox Jjx 387-2 323PI Complete Outboard AStern Reduce safe and fast with Go- all other Make Ma

ed to repair city; streets. Drive Service and Dese Tablets & E-Vap "water chines.NATIONAL. HOMES,
Services from the First -Heard Mayor Ray Starnes S\LE Rambler Classic
were FOR : 1963 pills" Andrews Pharmacy. 4tp.
Baptist Church of Keystone report that much of the credit :\NOS_ body condition and tires Repair. Complete Fiber 1/6. i
Heights Saturday afternoon for the new Christmas street i good. Needs motor work $75.- glass Repair. Custom All VT: Univ. Ave. AVAILABlf FOR
Dec. 18, with Rev. Lawrence decorations should go to Ed YAMAHA PIANOS 00. Contact Dan Thompson behind built Fiberglass Fishing WANTED T 0 PURCHASE: 1st Florida
Carroll officiating. Burial was Bennett of Clay Etactrlcinc. ., : Nand K1113ALLORGANS Ptnehurst Grocery 2nd Boat*. or 2nd :Mortgages for cash. Gainesville 378-1355", YOUR LOT
in Keystone Heights Cetietery and his assistants In the protact trailer on right. Itp. Call John Bradley, 9645010.:
under direction of DeWltt C. members of the volunteer 4 tchg. 1/6-

Jones Funeral Home of Keystone fire department and the Du- FOR SALE: 1965 Ford station FOR SALE22" Console TV X3,500ooa

Heights. Pont Company. wagon with full power and air (black 4 white), 1970 model. KEEP carpet cleaning probe
condition. Extra large wheel -- N.P. Joyner, Wilson lems small-use Blue Castro PUMPSNEW
vx.;>.r.cr.cxoxxrorcr.f .9a OaoSotaAYG9rPLC+NtA'l chair and hydraulic patient lift. Road Starke 964-5578. wall to wall. Rent elec-

428 N. \\alnut. 964-5390. lip ItP tric shampooer $1. Devrlck, AND USED
I wN.otes Inc., Builders Hardware &Supplies FT.

I I 100 Decks WATT for Oiitnttt only 99.95 TrAck: at DAfI.SIR'S Taos- HELP WANTED: Mechanic, Starke Fla. It SALES

I By Helsn Egan some welding and burning experience PARTS
Discount. 12/30.
2tchg. FOR SAlE-Coleman Decorama
K1MHAI.T. "SWIN (From preceding pogo) 85.000 BTU oil heater. 1
health Insurance, and year
ORGANS FOR RENT: Two nice apart- beta Deep nnd Shallow Wells
old. Two trailer .
this time.According other fringe benefits. Ph. 289- new.
roll at
workshlp will be held on Jan- .
Root evtlt lallJ88ISI.FUUNITtlltE : ments, furnished, l 1-2 bed Phone 964-3619 after 4:30 Water Softeners and
to custom each 2911. Maxvllle, Fla. 2tchg : p.
uary 20 at 10 a.m. at the club- rooms. Phone 864-5065. Itchg. CALL
lip FiltersPlumbing
member makes an article to house Member may contact 12/30. m.
be used In the gift exchange the president any member
at the annual Christmas par The regular club meeting will FAST RV REPAIR black 1 WANT TO RENT; Cnfurnished Supplies SLADE
ty. A COOT: prize of a handmade \ be ,held the following week, white or color. Free pick-up In 2 or 3 bedroom house. Lawrence
article Is also given at Jan. 27, at 9:30: a.m. Members t BAXLEY CHAIR city limits. DAHMER's Dis Cheshire, phone 325- EXPERT SERVICE ON
each meeting by the one who Interested In> the new fad R. E. JONES count. 4tchg 1/13 9937. Palatka. lip ALL MAKES HOME

won the prize the*previous of bead making are asked to Furniture Discount NOW AT MY HOMEs PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE I
month. This time, Mrs. Leona bring their lunch and their materials }HOOF TRIMMING: Correctiveor ; 24 hr.
Pappy' prize was won / and enjoy the workshop Lit In* Ro.mDtnlntf LAND CLEARING normal Ed Follla.964-8633. maintenance and mechanic SERVICES i
work. We do call out work
Just following lunch. 1. Phone after 6 p.m. 41p I
by Mrs. Gladys Malphew. Room 1/13 also :5 ml. So. of Starke on PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
'to give a bit of Christmas r Acres & Lets, Water SR-100 or ph. 473-3231. I
and In gratitude for the GARDEN CLUB Bedroom
friendships color, enjoyed since this Mr. Francis Merrick, reporter Hale Pushed, Land FOR SALE- BeautUUl; German 2tp 12/30 WE REPAIR and sell nearly For Information

reporter Joined the club,agallydecorated for the Garden Club WHO & E PRICES scaping. Shepherd puppies, $25 each. every needle made for any Can Jacksonville I
Champion blood line on both
Christ of the Lakes advises that a
net and felt! .
$229.95 STEREO COLSOLE brand stereo regardless age.
I// sides. Contact Elizabeth Mann CoBeet
Oiled with candles Christmas Party of the club tie CMMI t Block from 1-1
mas stocking.: PHONE with AM and FM radio, $129 Also the long play record at
2 miles E. Lake Butler on St. I
by MM. Barbara win be held on December 30at JaekaonY1ne. Fla, 3S9-174I '
won Dah-
was 95 at DAHMER'S Discount. $1 off regular price at
Rd. 121, at Little Store. lip
Kite. the home of Mrs. L. E. 954-7205) Itchg t mer's Discount. tfchg I
It wu announced that a Harris.: i\

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