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: January 13, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01270
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NO. 24 Thursday,. January 13, 1972 Copy By School Bd.

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$550,000 in reve-

In 301Crash nue approved certificates for were sale I

Tuesday night by the

.O'r. Board Bradford to finance School the :L__:

major portion of a

Mary Ann Smith, $650,000 building

16 and David Michael .. program In the next
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.. nine months.Race .
Scott 23 both of S .. "
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Lawtey, were Injured ::, {:.. ::. track tax funds have
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Saturday night, ... .... .. Issue.
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Jan. 8, when the car .. .. ,
ee .... Working drawings by Archi-
In which they were w i e .. ;. t t ... ,,;,.. -t tect Don Morgan of the two
,,--.. .. projects were also approvedfor
riding collided witha .. ..""
submission to the State
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semi-truck on US- / :.. :.. Department of Education. The
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301 about four miles ... .. ,.. .' projects are a second phase
... ..' .. .. of constiYvtion:: on a new Brad-
north of Starke. .. ...--j.J... ford High School and a major Committee confers with Supt Dugger
"' addition to the present Brad-
Miss Smith, daughter of Mr. : ..: :- ford !Middle School.
and Mrs. Milo Smith of Law- \ $90,000 special education
toy, has a broken leg and an wing, a largo gymactivitiesarea
injured cheek on which she ( shower and locker rooms, Whistle Will ..
will have surgery next week : and an industrial arts area
and Is expected to be hospitalized are planned at the middle
two to three months. school. Cost will be around

Both were taken to the Uni- $350,000. Warn Area
versity of Florida: Medical Cen- Phase H of the planned com-
ter Saturday and Scott: has since plete new high school will con-

been released. sist of a reading room or library -

Smith In the and an administrativesuite
Miss was pinned
car. Jimmie Grlffls helped release -- and other offices. Costis Of
her from the wreckage. set at around 250000. Escapes

=Lm 1s !Money! to finance the two pro- :

The 1970' Plymouth In which ____ jects will come from four sour
Miss Smith and Scott were rid i ces. The school board has avail .;
ing was traveling south on US- f -- able $90,000 in special edu- Three-blasts on the State Prison whis-
301 and the two vehicles col- cation funds which must be tle will be the signal to alert residentsof

lided.and Emmett,driver Broadway of the 1963, owner International -- Waitresses at the Branding Iron ..t.uran' In Stark less than a, weak In th.)1972 Dimes.. Po't. r', trticky' was attempting (filled these big March of Dime.tigftt'wlttfdirti' ...In.._-..*r Branding: Ironmptoyto'.si'ebos.. -" re't( -f)Mri::.Betty' 'certificates on which 'license has occurred, Superintendent Lawrence f

to cross US-301 to Thornl's; ,days lost w..k and finished a second on Tuesday. The T Sullivan, Carol McKinney,.' Betty Romet, and Terry tag taxes are pledged have already Dugger announced Tuesday. 1
Service Station when:the" accident girl used: a portion of thir tips to supplement. donation Self. Not shown or. Adele Goettman and Hilda Griffith. been secured, $45,000in
happened. by -customer.' Dimes Campaign Chairman Phil Vellengo. congratulate capital outlay and debt ser- Two blasts on the whistle will a committee of area residents
vice funds will be availableby
Broadway was not injured and The Longhorn Restaurant filed on. of the big $50 In th* girl. next July, and the $550,000bond been mean recaptured.that the escapees: have who of are their alarmed families for the in safety view

was able to,drive his truck Issue approved Tuesday of several recent escapes from
away from tile scene lie was night will furnish the major Dagger's announcement: came the prison. Jtie residents had
charged by, ;Florida Highway portion of the funds. as a result of a meeting In asked for some system of alerting -
Patrolman \IT, ,W. Pace with his office Saturday morning with
board will actually the area when an :
The school escape
failure to yield the right-of- Sick Leave Asked. realize only $500,000 in occurs. ,

way. Pay building funds from the issue In addition to the whistle a-
Damage ) Wfitt's Plymouthwas after paying various fees, suchas $25,600 larm, the prison superintendent -
estimated.by, Trooper PaCfl i the fiscal agents, the school agreedTo :
to't board's attorney, and the required -
at $3,0001pnh,,; the semi- have the prison switch-
truck at $1.009. reserve funds are established board notify several key people -
The accident occurred at ap- Fiscal Agent Harvey Chamber ..
In the area by telephone
proximately 7 p.m. Saturday. For Bonus At Retirement the I$235,000, Henann in explained.other funds With when an escape occurs, and -
these In turn would set In mo-
detailed above the $500,000from '
bond Issue will bring tion a telephone relay systemto
Three pe-lIOn escaped WwjTuesday the
BudgetApproved notify others In the area.
/an. 4, when a 1970 ,\ proposal that retiring School Board Chairman Rodney of sick can understand this would be total available constructionfunds
Chevrolet station wagon collided school teachers be paid up to Hall told Miller at the end of tiring Incentive for a person to to around $735,000. -To notify television and radio -
with a 1971 Dodge sedan 120 days of accumulated sick a length discussion Hall said per day, to work even when they Thus some cushion will be stations with a request that
that had stopped for a school leave has been made by the he feels employees are begin- calculated feel like It." provided in case constructioncosts news bulletins be aired immediately -
bus on SR-225. Bradford Education Associa ning to misconstrue the mean- be eligible exceed the expected following an escape.
ton ing of sick pay; he contendedsick payment of Board :Member Charles Saw- $650,000. The extra funds, -llave prison personnel stop .
The wreck,happened about Hearing the request last pay; Is a fringe benefit proposal. said he would not be opposed Supt. Casey says, can be usedon A $25,600 budget $700 over it homes and notify residents ..
in Itself. to some type of sever- equipment, furniture or in the 1971-72 spending bill, was when patrolling the area following -
J. P. Sapp stoppedthe
3 50 as board
: p.m. Tuesday school members If six to bonus. He suggested it
Board 6f Gov-
Dodge sedan for a school were reluctant to commit :Miller! was asked to take the tired in be reserved for teachers span other future projects. approved by for the an escape.
last Thursday
bus. The Chevrolet station wa- themselves. Supt. Tom Casey proposal back to the BE,\ for would cost from college to retirement age. (See Pag. 4)) Starke ernors Bradford Chamber of The Saturday morning meet-
about hit Sapp from behind at also poured some cold wateron further stud}'. SuPt. Casey sug- upwards of although suggesting no certain Commerce.The Ing followed an earlier one
50 mph, according to BEA President Steve Mil- gested that projections be made intendent number of years, and that at last Friday night of residents
FHP Trooper S. P. Burnett. ler's suggestion, saying that of how many teachers. will be "It would least 80 per cent of the teaching 1972.73 spending bill Includes living In the area lying south
funds would have to be diverted retiring In the count In the budget. experience be spent in Bradford $7,410 In dues, $3,500In of the prison boundary, through
Erwin Mezen: ,38,was charged from other sources for that next 10 years, and that cost other Count}*. 2 InjuredIn public tax monies from the which most of the recent escapees -
with falling to have his vehicle purpose and that no funds are figures be calculated from those have fled. This meet-
City of Starke and $6,000 In
which to do the "I'm In a "I'm not sure I'd go along ; held the home of
under control by Trooper Bur- in light with projections. Ing was at
man: Hall I fa with It. Supt. Casey said. "I'd public tax monies from the
the fleer. job In the near future. Hunting Jim Faulkner, near where three
nett Investigating
allowed -
Teachers currently are fringe rather have another teacherIn Board of County Commissioners -
"That was a derlnltemaybe to accumulate 120 days escapeesone a con-
when an the system teaching he victed murderer were found
added, as opposed to paying AccidentsFrank "It's a modest Increase anda hiding under bales of hay Ina
$6,000 to a retiree no longer
benefiting the school system. healthy sign," said Chamber shed.
President Bud Mltell. "If It Attending the meeting were
Local Election The BEA would than 30 residents of the
proposal givea Herrlngton, 19,of Mea- were less than last year it more
retiring teacher a nest egg would mean we would be going area Including Mrs. Sylvia
for emergencies, the BE,A\.pres- dowbrook, Jacksonville was backward" Reddish who was bound up In
wounded in his right arm by
ident pointed out. At retire- her home In an earlier inci-
ment now a teacher must substantially shot from a 12 guage shotgunon Chamber executives also dent when escapees ransackedthe

tt." Too Shaw reduce his standardof Blanding the South last Range Saturday of after-Camp pointed out to the board members house making off with herhusband's
Long living If he has no other Chamber clothes and the family -
He carried to theNavy that the will attempt
+ was
i noon.
source of Income. :Miller said. at JacksonvilleNAS to make the annual Calf pick-up truck.
((The: nuinEtirrMARCH (( Pag4)I Such a "retirement bonus" where hospital he is stationed. Scramble and City; of Starke Main concern of those attend-
might provide the cushion a
Christmas Parade s.lf support-
Candidates now campaign! too candidates In local elections Illation for retiring teacher needs, giving The accident occurred when} ing In 7273. (See Page 4))
OF DIMES long In local elections, Rep. run too long and It drags local continue something to fall back upon In Herrington started to cross a
Gene Shaw says, and he will elections out. Present law requIres County; emergencies. creek In the Blanking Ulldllfe "That will IJe done In-So.
attempt to have legislation to 60 days between the end to ask for Miller Indicated he would Management Area and the gun far as possible and w* think Doe DeerPoachers ,
RdiiclBloekSaturday shorten them passed. of qualifting and the first wri- Shaw said work further on the proposal accidentally discharged as It we have a good chance," said
Shaw said Tuesday he plannedto mary he pointed out Candidates have to saying he will rely on the school was being handed to him by E"8cutlvelcePre.ldent John !:
Jan. 8 present Ms Idea at the annual usually begin running u pretation administrative staff to providethe his brother, David. Frank had Myers. It will mean that busi-
I legislative hearing held at soon as. they qualify he said Auditor's specific Information requested hold of the gun by Its barrel ness won't be hit for donations
10 a.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. Wednesday, after the and campaign for two months. lump sum by Supt. Casey. and the shot entered his right for the scramble for another Go To JailEdmund
r ed. arm below the elbow. year, or If the Chamber comes
'' Telegraph press tune. It was Shaw suggests shortening the The school board took no act-
Tempi love.
expected to be a quiet hearing time between qualifying and the The lion on the proposal last Tues Steven Whither 13, of Doctor's up short businessmen will get I
displeased by for much less1 than it has
with the legislators, including first primary to 30 days. day.
Inlet was seriously Injured -
said President-
it ,
MO'tHER.S Hollings- fees been donating
MARCH Shaw, Rep. Wayne
worth of Lake City, and State "Anybody, should be able to Tax .... with last Ms week cousin while Chris deer huntIng Ray- Elect Maxie C'arterr. Levy Stratton 17. ;
lunjoyl Gaines- figure out who he's going to Tax and Ftalford L. 42 both -
Jan. 16All Sen. Bob Saunders of Lloyd ,
RANGER AWARD of N. C. and his
12. Troy ,
ville. vote for in 30 days In a local was to re<< The new budget was ap- of Jacksonville were given Jail
Afternoon Only four items were expected -- election" the Bradford legislator fee: cut and grandfather, Dave Whither of proved with little discussionand term.) in Green Cove Springs .;
to be broached to the joints out. His idea came. made Forest Hanger Wayne E. Doctors InletAccording in a voice vote by the Wednesday on charges of illegal
t. ftsy OfOhr"Communtty I legislators: 1)) Shaw's Idea of Shaw says, from talking to present The city; "Lawtey, 'was presen- to Investigating officers governors.In possession of doe deer n:
shorter campaigns, 2) a request office holders and from assessment ] with an Advanced Ranger young Ray dropped a other action, the Chamber and Illegal entry and exit Into h
for lump sum funding Ms own experience in campaigning assessor a $ Certificate Friday, by 20-guage shotgun and the discharge Governors: the Camo Btandlna Wildlife
of Bradford Development Authority First primary campaigns the city; J. D. Flowersright m struck the Whltner youth Management Area.
3tatf Hank ; 3) a request by the are only 30 days long ed die tax ) of Penney Farms. In the back at almost! point- -Joined. with the Greater Fort Both men pled] guilty ,when
City of Starke to cut fees It at the state level, he points year ago Ranger Massey earned the blank range. He was carriedto Walton Beach Chamber In supporting arraigned before Clay County
Ace*_...... fnevr1Up pays the county; tax assessor out placed the ; Certificate by attending a Clay Memorial Hospital In a state respportionment Judge Thomas Rivers and were
T. $20,000 fly and collector, and 4) a request The Development Authorityhas under the : ) Ranger TraJD1ngSehoolat Green Cove Springs where surgery measure for a 120 member sentenced to SO days each on
been told it no longer
by School Supt. Tom Casey for can could pay was necessary for removal both
.4W J? Dee '* be funded In a lump sum at Blandlng a few weeks ago andpes.1Jw of tf. House of Representatives einwt
r ** further Implementation of the office. a rigorous exam given shot and wadding, 'which would Include single was made by Wildlife -
!I...*.... Carp. Legislature tax equalization the the beginning of commission.the) budgetyear The was agreed at the end of week-long and Internal repair. He Is still member districts I" "0 o far as Officer J. C. Huboer on
plan. by county confined: to the hospital.
M In Ms opinion. Shaw says DA was to request special leg,. ((5.. ) school. possible Januarys..Julian.


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Altar Society Shower Given

fr Brenda/ Clemons Sets Activities For Mrs. Martinez
Weds Denton DeVoe
For New YearSt.
On December 18 Mrs. Manuel, Martins was

Edward's' Altar Society honored on Tuesday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemens held their January meeting Jan. f, with a miscellaneous
announce the marriage of their Wednesday evening In t the home shower given by Mrs. Ernest
daughter Brenda. to Denton of Mrs. Michael CUhoohr with Wells, Mrs. H.E. Priest Mrs.
DeVoe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Francis Meng presiding. Joe Sherrill.: Mrs. T.V. Rudy
Smith DeVoe on Dec. 18 at Mrs. Bobbie Shaller, Altar Mrs. George Roberts and Mrs.
6 p.m. In the First Christian Chairman, announced that Mrs. II.C. Wainwright at the home
Church. Rev. J. C. Brown officiated Joseph Cissy has volunteered of the latter near Lawtoy.
at the nuptials In the r. for altar care during January The guests enjoyed two
presence of the Immediate Mrs. William Clover offered games, and prizes were awar-
families to supervise Nursery service ded to the winners. The honoree -

Given In marriage by her during the Sunday Masses and received many love gifts.
father, the bride, wore a short .'t- also assist In preparing chll- The hostesses refreshments
white lace dread with red vel- j dred for reception of First to the 22 guests
vet Jacket complemented witha Holy Communion. enjoying this occasion.Mr. .
white orchid corsage. Mrs. Gladys Weldon reportedon
Miss Janel! Titus served as food and clothing distribution -
maid of honor, wearing short r to the needy, the local Can-
lavender double knit dress. cer Closet, and Sunland spon- I
Lohe-McLeod Cork Rowe attended as best sorship. Cbnce-Kaulerson
man. Mrs. Robert Blakewood Invited -
A reception was held at the members to assist with CoseyJCdfy
Elder and Mrs.O.M.Yarbor-i DeVoe home, where the bride's the Coffees scheduled for the Mr. and Mrs.Martin S. Glance
ough of Starke announce the engagement table was covered with a white second Sunday of each month, of Keystone Heights announcethe and Mrs. Marvin Barn-
approaching marriage lace cloth and (l entered by a r also the reception following engagement and approaching hard of Miami announce the Mr. and Mrs. James D. Casey -
of her daughter Barbara tiered wedding cake encircledwith t tit Confirmation services on Jan. marriage of their daughter birth of a daughter, Jenifer announce the engagementof
Ann Lame, to Hugh Edward Mc- fern and white pompoms. 14. Carolyn Ruth to Robert L.Rau-, Patricia, Jan. 7. Maternal their daughter, Fran, to Roger -
Leod Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. The couple Is residing at 305 Mrs. Michael CUhooly out- lerson, son of Mr. and Mrs.D. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kelly, son of Mr and
McLeod :Sir. of Jasper. W. Washington Street. lined plans for the Bingo games, B. Raulersonof CampBlandTTie A. O. Loudon Jr. of Starke. Mrs. J. R. Kelly.
The bride-elect Is a 1964 The bride Is employed at Colonial scheduled for each Saturday at Miss Casey and Mr. Kelly
graduate of BUS and Mr. Mc- Florist and the groom 8 p.m. In the Parish Hall In wedding will take place Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aaron both graduated from BUS in
1-eod graduated from Hamilton Is employed by Dr. B. S. Mikes response to requests by many on February 5 at 4 pan.' In Padgett of Starke announce the 1969. Miss Casey Is a secretary -
County High School In 1960. i t 1a local Senior Citizen Hope Baptist Church. birth of a son, Lacey Eugene at the University Florida -
The wedding will take placeat Members were) urged to save All friends and relatives are Jan!._6 In the Green Cove Springs and Mr. Kelly. Is currently -
the home of Ute brideelecton Y cancelled stamps, used eye- Invited to attend. attending the Universityof -
Thursday Jan 27, at 7 UDC Meets With wti e frr 9'r glasses, cigarette packages and Hospital are Mr. and Mrs.grandparents C.- Florida. ".
pjn. In the presence of the Christmas cards for works of L. Cooper Starke. An August wedding Is planned.
Immediate families Mrs. Roberts _--.1- peace. SandersSundemACBL
? Father James Cregan,pastor

The W.T. Weeks chapter, U. encouraged members to wel- WinnersCurtis Little; Women
THREE EARN Most Reverend Bradford County" Hospital announces -
come Bishop ;
D.C., met at the home of Mrs.
COLLEGE HONORS George Roberts Sr. Wednes- Beauty Pageant Committees Paul Tanner when he comes to Sanders and T. A. the following births: Met MondayFoster

Local day afternoon of last week with A re Appointed By Chairman administer Confirmation at St. Sundem were the winning cou-
students receiving honors Mrs. S.L. Edward's on Jan. 14 at 7:30 at the ACBL annual Dup- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mack
at college for the 1971 Fall Mrs.Sr. Mrs.Hayes He ple Starke Shi Smith was the
Wilson and p.m. also asked members licate Bridge tournament Tues Brown, a daughter
quarter are: William B. Scog- Sr. endeavor but also will be to attend the production "Jo- where there were six Yvette Marie, Jan. 5. speaker at the Little Women'lClub
gins Jr. made the Dean's List as co-hostesses. Mrs. Linda Johns, Chairmanof helping seph and His Amazing Technicolor table Monday night for their
at FSU: Charles Douglas In- Following a short businessand the Judges and Pageant Patrons the young! lady who gains Dreamcoat" to be play. Mr. and Mrs. William Cal- regular meeting at the clubhouse
man Jr. and Martha Sanders program meeting refreshments and Mrs. Jim Lawson, the Miss Bradford County- presented A tie for second place were Becky Jackson presidedover
vin Phillips Mlddleburg
by a local youth G a
Pageant Chairman for the tIe to further her education." groupat Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. .
Inman made the President's were served to the 17 sponsoring the business meeting.
Edward's Melanie Anne Jan.
St. on Jan. 26 at Luc- daughter, ,
McGriff Sr. and Mrs.
J. ,
Honor Roll at UF. present. I ftELOULSE'S Junior Woman's Club. Mrs. Johns can be contactedat
7:30 Members 6.
official p.m. were urgedto lie Davie and Mrs. Raymond
are shown admiring the 964-6097 for further Information Refreshments were served
li -- ---- Miss America Trophies, Crown support' the current Marchof Crabtree. Mrs. .J. D. Odom In the sunroom by the hostesses -
Dimes activities. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Elvin
r and Souvenir Program for the The Junior Woman's Club will Jr. and Mrs. George Miller, : Ann Haynes,chairman, Cindy
Mrs. Weldon Invited Keen Earleton a son Rodney
Miss Bradford Scholarship Pa- accept contestants until Feb- Gladys and Mrs. Anna James and Mitchell and Kathy Casey.
geant. ruary L Mrs. Lawson can be members to her home for the Mrs. Hilda Dey tied for third. Eric, Jan. 6.
i Mrs. Lawson has contacted at 964-5103 Feb. 2 meeting.
announced P. O.
t f the appointment of the following Box 928 for Information or, I-. --- .-. .-. ----. AIh... .-.. ..-. ..-.. ..-.. ... .-.... .-.. ..-.. ---

: Music Director, Dean Cas-
sells; Scenic designer and builder
t L t Charles Hall; Floral Arrangements ; '
Flowers by Larry; ,

Attendance committee, Mrs. J. ..... .""Ni' Lf t, ,
K ow OpciiGr'ePltanre C. Dukes, Program book.' Mrs. but ', n
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Jackie Cline Mr. V. n ,
and. J., Mrs!'VergieBafksdale spent1-;'; ,( ; t. h. 1 I "
Spongier; Program printing, last week With. )
several days
Clay Electric Cooperative for
; Mr. and Mrs. Algar Thomas more
I Runway, David Smith PubUclQ.Mrs. -
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Avon Park.
Paints, Firing
James K. Smith; Chair-

A nd Fin ixhetl Piecd man of the Judges and Pageant Mrs. Myrtle Anderson re- ,,
t Patrons, Mrs. Linda Johns. turned last Friday after a three
t Pageant Patrons are special weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. re
financial contributors who aid Edward Schwab at Merritt Island i '
In providing: the funds to finance -

t CALL 964.5602 FOR MORE DETAils ,', t will be the awarded scholarship at the which first living !

(CLOSED Stump's January CUar- I i
TUESDAYS THURSDAYS) Miss Bradford Scholarship Pa- i ''I
t p one Sal*. 'Many Item. NS..N II
I Serving as a pageant patron reduced. 4 : 4t Your La-Z-Boy welcomes you lioinc lo an evening of

entitles each person to a special 'a ww r reading. TV viewing, or full-l>cil napping just the '
seat reserved at the pa- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion thing to ease the tensions of a busy day the perfett '
I Owned & Operated By t geant to be held February 19. returned Friday from four 't" companion for deep sealed comfort and restful relaxation.
The list of patrons will be weeks visit with Mr. Donnie .t ,
published In the souvenir,program Thompson and children In San iI And now something new has been added. to tagZ.Boy

I ELOUISE GOODMAN book, of which each patron Diego, Calif. Lt. Thompson Is 1 c chain the Comfort Selector an invention that I pro*
i (H; 0 will receive a copy. on an eight-month tour of duty ,i vides three-poaition leg rest comfort with or without
Mrs. Johns, In calling for In the Phllllppines. 4Slump's reclining! the chair and the mechanism, carrier a
representatives of tho civic, Lifetime Warranty*
t t professional and business community .A a
Clear. v
Located At January
IL to serve as pageant patrons r See these Ls-Z-Boy styles at our store today.
515 ALTON ROADs said "that through such once Sal*. Many Item
a patron role, each member reduced.Dr. .
.J. of the special group will not At any lime l.a-Z-Boy't factory will repair or at its
-.Itll..ss.air 1.. only be aiding a community;" and Mrs. D. W. Whlften option, replace/ Us reclining; mechanism or any part
and family returned last Friday thereof without charge except any co.t's of packing,
after three weeks visit with < and, shipping./
their daughter, Jean, In Grin-

Congratulations. You just saved $5 delwald Switzerland. They also .
visited friends In Zernvtt, "
Switzerland. While there their [b C C (ID CgW

by doing your own :income tax. in son a skiing Michael accident.broke his leg i I

And all it cost you was three long, Reddish Mrs. Harold and Mrs.Godwin Eve, Bryant Bald- i

win attended the funeral of Roy

sleepless nights.And day.Reddish, In Webster last Frl- I

a slight case 'of heartburn.If Mrs. A. G. Loudon Jr. Is {
visiting her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin /
you had.gone to II A R Block: on the your Income tax: that you miglit never Barnhart and baby daugh-
other hand you could have relaxed while have, known. existed. ter In Miami this week. JoinIng -
someone else. figured out your Furthermere, if your return i I. the family over the weekend i
return. Quickly and confidenj! audited we will accompany will be Mr. and Mrs. Jack
tially. Probably unlike any Ir.! you at no extra cost to the Carter and son, Jay, of Lake
you've) ever done it Internal Revenue Servicebefore.
and explain how your return City;" <
And. when you figure r was prepared oven
your own. you may be though we will not act Stump's January Clear-
entitled to deductions s, as your legal rep,. 4 w f/
you're not taking and Mnta ve. once Sale. Many Items
taking deduction. This mean that reduced.
you're not entitled to. IIIRBlockluead'toFor : : ....
instance do you offer you year 'round Mrs. John Miller returned -.-
know all about deduction t tax service for just one Monday to her home In Wichita .
for child car* or ,,,' low fee a year; with Falls, Texas after a week's 1
casualty losses Or. .1 no extra charge for '
that I if income audits and estimate visit with her grandmother
increased your over the> last HR Block's charge* Mrs. W. E. Middleton, who Is ,. Sale Priced From 169.00
few yean you may save r., .., start at 95 and the average In Intensive care at Riverside
tax: dollar by income cost was under $12.60 Hospital and also with her
averaging! And even if q., for the 7 million families parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. j
you did, would you know how we served last year. Matthews.
to so about "income averaging" Which i Ie. somewhat lees than
to begin with? Probably not. And the,.'. what you paid.
no reason why you should. After .U. Not to mention the) fact that aggravation Mrs. H. G. Bollinger was 4
you're an amateur when it comee to doing lent tax deductible. jailed to Springfield Ohio Sun-
income tax.: And we> a,.. Jay by the sudden death of her A
You when it comea to Income taxes, brother, Forrest Winters, who t1i'i
amateun should depend on H ft R Block. DpN'Y"LET, AN AMATEUR DO died of a heart attack. jj1tt+A &%** ". ,
We have over 6.0OO conveniently locatedr1akR BLOCK'S JOSSes >
ollie manned by thousand of ) : e {
trained peraonnel. They're warm and Report to employes: First
) people who are anxious to help you. H&R Block the good newsthis 4
They company -
sit you down over a free cup of
will--not be
coffee and .how ;a some things about The hi pollut'ng the
mnmt f air next year. Second the bad A
news were shutting down 4
the pUnt. e
9 A.M. 6 P.M. MON. THRU
118H.WA1NUTST.OPEN' SAT. Phone Strke FlorMa
.tom $4, 1.921
APPOINTMENT NECESSARY BhotcSetaJtt says Mscetfcertajaw
NO got a merit pay

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('. /;J.- f1eoplt ou3L\no\11 WIl4l BALDWIN CHEVROLET OLDS

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Reedor Ri1H8
and daughter, Kelly of Pough-
were last Friday
Yejof Judge and Mrs.
"I .
"" \ T. A.

'Miss Katharine Peek, who
graduated from Santa Fe Jun-
I.i I.k ior College In December has
enrolled at Georgia Southern
College State sboro, Ca.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glad-
Ing of CoatesvlUe. Pa. are visiting
her sister Mrs. Malcolm
i Pownall. '.'

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver
of Jennings were Sunday via
tors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Raymond at the State Farm t. THAT'S! RIGHT '. .

Stump's January Clearance .
Sol. Many Items

Mr.r.duc.d.and Mrs. Bobby Craw- We CUT Every USED CAR On The PLACE !

ford and family of Providence

visited Crawford her, Sunday.mother Mrs Betty; So If You Really Want To SAVE SOME

Mr. and Mrs. William Fink-
biner of Bloomington, Ill. were
last Tuesday to Friday pests
of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering MONEYOn
ii L- .

"', Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell
have had as guests Misses A Real Nice OK USED CAR Just
.. Etta and Louise Frlpp of Columbia
? S. C. during the holidays
'' 4' and Col. and Mrs. C.

H.Conn Wallenberg over the weekend.of Farmington, HAVE A LOOK AT THESE

First Baby Of 1972 Mrs. Pearl Wade of Cordele
Ga. Is spending a month with
Receives Bond From Auxiliary her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres.Stump' .
Miss Lillian Stump, president of the Bradford County 1968 OLDS TORONADO COUPE 1970 FORD MAVERICK 2 DOOR SEDAN

Hospital Auxiliary, presents $25 bond to the first baby. Sol.. January. Many Clearance Items Completely loaded with equipment, 39,000 Miles, very clean Inside and out. 6 Cylinder standard shift, radio and heater. also cold air conditioned for
born in the county in 1972. Rafal D.L.str.II. pictured reduced. flSoft gray paint with black vinyl top, with whit vinyl interior trim, air con your comfort. A nice little car. .-
with his mother, Mr*. Fanni B. Dlttr of 2201 dltlon.d.
Old Lawt.y Road, Starke, was born in the hospital at Mrs. Shellle Gerle and Mrs.
4:25 p.m. TU.lday.Jan. 4. Alberta McLaughorn of Mr.Keystone and- LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
Heights visited
Mrs. Brad Locke and familyIn
Mr. and Mrs.Charlie Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden. Tampa over the weekend. $ $1895 $ $1295
and children of Stockton Ga., brook accompanied 14 Boy
were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Scouts from Troop 70 on a Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and
L. D. Vining/ Mrs. J. C. Vln- weekend campout at the Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells visIted 1968 OLDS 98 L. S. SEDAN 1969 PLYMOUTH VALIANT 2DOORDark
Ing of Palatka Is guest todayof camp on the Suwannee Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto
Mrs. Vlnlng. River near Mayo. at Jacksonville Beach Sunday.
Dark blue paint with blue Interior .ticely equipped with power windows, clean I economical I I,; 6 cyl.I standard t transmission I I
Dr. Glen E. McClane of Tallahassee Mrs. Eva Gentry, who
seats, steering, brakes, air conditioned, 48,000 one owner miles.
Mrs. O. L; Haynes, Jr. and visited his grandparents her hip in a fall at home last
Mr. and Mrs. George B. has been transferred
daughter, Anne Mrs. HaynesSr. Friday
and Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght Flynn, Sr., on Sunday from Bradford County; Hospitalto LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
visited Mrs. W. E. Middleton the Coliseum Park HospitalIn
In Riverside Hospital on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken and Macon, Ga.Attending $ $1695 $1695. $1295.
day. They also visited Mr. and children visited Mrs. Nelson
Mrs. Johnny Kopolousoa and Green Miss Beth Wbnberly/ the play "C n-
family in Orange :ark. and Lake Harry Sunday.Wimberly at Eagle pany"ium Monday at the night Civic were Auditor-Mr. 1968 OLDS 88 4 DOOR SEDAN ((2)) 1969 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4 DOOR SEDAN_

and Mrs. Richard Jockel Mr. i
Stump's January Clearance Recent guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Phil Vallenga Mr. Power steering and brakes, air conditioned, radio and heater, vinyl trim, lY8 engine, automatic transmission power steering, brakes, radio heater and)
Sol. Many Items Mrs. Bill Costello and family and Mrs.Tom Crawford Mr. good tires, and clean. One gray and CIne blue. air condition.
reduced.Mrs. were Jeff Bishop Jim Higgins, and Mrs. Drew Reddish Mr.
Randy Schum, James DeBuen- and Mrs. John Reddish: Mr. LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
hume Robert Greenbaum, and Mrs. Carlton Paul and LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
Ruth C. Reynolds has Garl Golaclnskl and David LTC and Mrs. V. J. Speng- _
returned from a visit with relatives DeSable, students from the University ler. $1495 $ $1695
and friends In North ; of Maryland, George-
and South Carolina. She attended town University and Montgo- Stump's January Clearance .
Col.the funeral J.B. Compson of her brother Jr. mery College. Sale. Many Items 1971 OLDS 98 L. S. SEDAN 1910 PONTIAC G.T.O. COUPE (THE JUDGE) .:

In Hartsville, S.C., and was and Stump's January Clearance reduced. This Is the plush one from oldsmobile, AM/FM .t.r.o radio, and power, 00 V8 engine, automatic transmission'power steering, and brakes, radio
accompanied home by Mr. Sale. Many It.m.r.duc.d. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nichols everything conditioning and black vinyl top, one owner, heater, mag wheels. wide tires, bright orange paint with tail spoiler, (WOW I
of Greenville visitors
Mrs. L.R.' Martin of Palatka were Sunday WHAT A CAR.)
mile .
N.C.Fernand. of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 12.000 *

for '
services Monday
Canada Is vtstdrur her.sister and Mrs. George Flynn
Rev. Ben F. Allen $2895 :
his father
H. C. Aatons Mrs. T. G. $ $4995
and family. the. DD, at the First Baptist Jr. and Dr. and
on Bayless Highway. Church In Marlon S. C. Dr. Ritch were weekend guests of

Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates for Allen 28 served years as before pastor retiringIn there Mr.at and Palm Mrs.Harbor.R. Richard. A.Houston 1969 OLDS 98 2 DR HARD TOP COUPE 1969 DODGE DART CUSTOM COUPE
Jacksonville weekend
of guests of Mr. and were Mr Robbie 1960. C. Howard of Jacksonville Soft baby blue paint with dark blue vinyl top, full power equipment and air Red paint, red vinyl Interior, black vinyl top, 225 cu. In. 6 cylinder, auto
Shaller. They all visited Mr. Local admittances to Brad- visited Mr. and Mrs. Merrill condition, AM/FM stereo and stereo tape system, vinyl Interior. This Is matic transmission, w/w tires, wheel covers. All the interior and exteriorreally
and Mrs. H.E. Bradley and ford County Hospital this week Edwards on Sunday. a fineautomobileln all ripcts. chrome trim.
family In Leesburg Sunday. Include: Sandra Phillip. Mrs. LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE -
Yola Vestal Mrs. Emma M. Bishop and Mrs. Hamilton LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE j
Mrs. R.E. McDanIel will return West of Jacksonville were Sun-
Mrs. Edna Norton, A.
to her home In West Chester E.Harris McKl ney. Jr., David Llzen- day dinner guests of Rev. and $329$ $2895s.. & $1795
Pa. today after a week'svisit bee Frank Marttre. Mr. Ed- Mrs. John Flynn.
with Col. and Mrs. J. A. Sauve Frank Kuhn Howard
Griffin Sechler Starke: and Eugene Cynthia Hacker Whitehead! Keystone Mr.. and and Mrs.Mrs. Nancy P. D. FancherJr. Gunter. 1969 PLYMOUTH SPORT SUBURBAN 9 PASS WAGON 1910 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 DR HT
Stump's January Clearance Mrs. Ada Dell of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
Sol. Many Items Williams Heights Lake; Butler; Elijah Fancher m of Gainesville had Power steering, brakes, door locks, air condition and speed and cruise con Very clean, local one owner car, blue body with whit top, power string,
reduced- Youngblood, Waldo; Levi Rho- dinner at Cedar Key Saturday juniorFFaancheresl29thwedding trol, clean, 44,000 miles, tan paint with wood panllngdown the side. brakes, and air conditioned. AM/FM, radio, new tires. A great automobile
for the family.
den, Hampton.
Mr and Mrs. Gene Ivey Sr. Confined to their homes with and the birthdays anniversary of- LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
of Atlanta Ga. were Sunday flu are Mrs. James Barron, Mrs. Fancher Jr. and Mr.Fan-
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Mrs. H. K. Tyus Mr. and cher in.Stump's. $2595 $2195s2895.. $2495
Hardy. Mrs. J. R. Bullington and January Clearance

Mrs.. Lester Crews.eww reduced.Mrs. Sale.. Many Items 1969 DODGE DART SWINGER 2-DOOR 1963 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD 4 DOOR SEDAN

Solid white with black cloth trimmed In whit leather Interior, this fine

G. W. Roberta Sr. and Hard Top soft yellow paint, 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission automobile has all the power features that one would desire and clean
and I.not the word. It's like new with only 47,000 one owner miles. Spare
and Radio heater
Mrs. Lu Struth 38,000 one owner
Martha visited daughtert tin is new as well as the tires on the ground. Live a little, Drive a
:Booker In Deland over the week Caddy.LAST.

Mrs. Mark Hamilton and children w
of Tampa spent the week- $169& $1295 $1295. $995
end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. N. B. Rosier and Mr.
and Mrs. S. W. Hamilton while ,.
Mr. Hamilton was on National ."'
Guard duty.;

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harris
of Anna 111. were last Thursday a
and Friday guesta of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Early.


Published every' Thursday ..
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BUrk.Florida 3201 U.S. 301 North Phone 954-7500

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SehecrlpUoa Rates
!. trade anal IS." per

yters: $ ,7S six re."U>.. 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" ,
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m+.yP+rh p lr CARD OF THANKS

F We would like to express
Permit our sincere: appreciation to our CARD OF THANKS
Building friends for their many kindnesses -
.,:, during our recent toss Our recent sad loss leavesus
and our special thanks to Mr. with grateful hearts toward
> Jj Charles Schmidt with DeWIttC. neighbors and friends. Their
w _
Ordinance Set Jones Funeral Home the comforting expressions; of sym-
Keystone Heights Volunteer athy and thoughtfulnoss will
j ,',, j syalr Fire Department Rescue Unit,
fi xt 4 'y1 y1r Inc. always be remembered.The
h the World War I Veterans .
r ; s.6. family of Eugene Jenkins
and the Metros*Masonic Lodge. "
In Union County Family, William Spitse.

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An ordinance requiring owners man picks up garb from a Mrs. Brown said Union will i of house trailers and number of motels be linked with Bradford County
other homes to obtain health and then deposits the refuse under a supervisor and that 167 W. Call St. Across From Old CourthouseDr.

department permits before Installing In a Union County dump stamps will be sold In each LL- Ronald E. Qopson, Director
septic tanks will be enacted near where he,lives. county. ;ens r

by the Union County Shields called .on the com- "Most of the people eligible Formerly With Owen Research FoundationOf "
Commission. missioners to charge com- for public assistance will be Jacksonville For 3 Years

tank Decision ordinance to: develop came after a septic County mencal use of the garbage dumps. 'handlers] for eligible Brown added.for stamps," Mrs Thirteen recruits ore Inducted Saturday Into Company D by the now", commanding OFFICE HOURS:
Sanitarian Howard and officer Copt. James R. Raddish.
Entomologist S. E. Shields of The possibility entomologist of commercial suggestedthe Mon., Wed., Fri. '.12 and 3.6

the vmsion-oi nealtn maintained garbagemen serving Union County Schools Bonds Tu..., Thurs., Sat. 9.12 Or By Appointment.
that state laws on the subject customers. The commission Reddish Assumes Command Phone 964-8018
: have virtually no teeth In
them State- laws have been in Is considering that ap- Approved -
,existence for years but dependon proach.
county ordinances requiring The food stamp program Capt. James R, Reddish assumed -
permlte. which will replace the present (From Pane 1)) command January: 3 of
Bradford County Is also In the commodity food program for Company D. (Maintenance)53rd
process of adopting an ordi- persona drawing assistance Such a cushion Is vital he Support Battalion stationed at First Federal Savings And Loan Association
nance requiring that a bulld- can be Initiated In Union County explained, since the board Is the new Starke National Guard '
'Ing permit be submitted to power In approximately two months, operating on a very tight bud- Armory. .
companies before the company Mrs. Leveda )Brown, assistant get this year and also becauseat Capt Reddish Is a graduate
;: can extend electrical ser regional director of the State this stage of the proposed Of Bradford High School and Of Starts
vice. There Is I a provision In Division of Family Services construction exact costs can- the University of Florida. He
the building permit which requires told the commission. not be determined. Is employed as chief of classification -
that sanitation facilities Under the food stamp plan The board originally] plannedto at the Florida State
be approved by the county san- poor families will be able to let only $500,000 In bonds Prison Reception Center at STATEMENT OF CONDITION .' '
s itarian. buy stamps good at grocery and In a previous meeting had Lake Butler. After The Close Of Business December 31 1971 ) J'
,' Bradford has laws on the stores for only a fraction of voted to limit the Issue to Reddish succeeds Capt.Rich- ,
'books now to require\ sanitation the face value that. But the four members ard A. Jockel who has been
:facilities but many homes are present Tuesday night approved reassigned to National Guard DIRECTORS. ASSETS OFFICERS
built and trailers Installed on Henann and Supt. C"aa.y'Ig\ Headquarters In St. Augustine.
sites with no building permit gestion to go to $550,000 to Capt. Jockel. will be) assignedto DOYLE CONNER Mortgage Loan* A. J. THOMAS JR.
ever secured. Requiring residents EscapeWarning., take care of the three per the selective service sectionat Florida Comm. of Agriculture And Other Liens on Real Estate $ 6982381.48 Chairman of the Board
: to have a building permit cent bond discount rate and the state arsenal. All 0th.- Loans 56,583.43
,before electrical service can be to cover legal and architectural Capt. Reddish enlisted the S. G.' DENMARK Real Estate Owned and in Judgment none BASCOM F. MIZELL. JR.,
obtained will be a tool for county fees. Board Member Charles National Guard In June 1954 Loans and Contracts Mad to Facilitate President and Manag.rOWII.r
officials to control sanitation To* Sawyer was not present at the and served until June 1956 when Denmark Furniture Co. Sole ol Real Estate nan JOHN A. TORODE
requirements.Union special night meeting; It was he enlisted In the US Army Banks 127,448.43Investments
Cash Hand and In
(From Page'1)1i : ) on Vice President and Treas.
Hal Reserve and was commissioned
County Attorney on his motion that the board Securities 638857.11)
;Malnes declared If the state i V rimed has voted to limit the Issue Second Lieutenant on Jan. 31, RUBY JOHNS and RUBY JOHNS
sanitation laws are not enfor- Ing the meeting to be to half million. 1959 upon graduation from the EntrepreneurEUGENE Fixed Asset Less Depreciation 104,717.04
ceable !they should be replaced", the safety of'wives' and chil- Henann told the school board Reserve Officers Training Deferred Charges and Other Asset 29,928.51 SecretaryEMPLOYEES
but Shields cited Levy County dren while the men are away the bonds will actually] be let Corps at the University; of Flo-
as a model In which such zon- from home at woriu--, February 4, after the required rida. L. MATTHEWS TOTAL ASSETS $ 7x93.00
ing control can be effectively '.It'. getting bad1 when you 30 day waiting period after After graduating from college Owner. Publisher,
administered. have to greet your neighbor the bonds were validated Jan. Reddish was assigned to Bradford County Telegraph LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH (other than manag.riHAROLD )
Both Commissioners Sheldon at the door with a shotgun when 8 In Circuit Court here. No the Mortar Battery, lit Battle K. DAVIS
Arnold and Gerald Crlffls. the he comes over to ''use the telephone one appeared to oppose the Group, llth Infantry 2nd Infantry Saving Account 6357533.15
elected Indicated ," one spokesman said Division. BASCOM F. MIZEll JR. Loan Officer
newly chairman. validation, but law requires ; Upon comple- Advances from Federal
a desire for some county "Pm afraid that some child a 30 day appeal period If any- tion of Ms active duty tour Managing Officer lat Feavral Loan Bank Home 1000000.00 CHERYL CNANN
coning to combat the problemof one wishes to oppose the Is- Reddish returned to Starke and
building permit enforce- Is going to get hold of one served In Companies BsC, and Other Borrowed Money non. LORA CLISSON
ment, and the decision was some day and there" may bea sue.Architect Don Morgan said D and the 622nd Ordnance Companies C. A. ROBERTS Loan In Process 274,304.20. ;
made to adopt the most appro- serious accident. Tuesday night that two con- until March 1967 when Businessman Farmer Other Liabilities 37:505.57: BRENDA CARR
priate regulation for Union Another complaint of several tractors have assured him If assigned as aide to Brig Gen Specific Reserve non. JANEL1ITUSMaintenance
County after a study Is made. attending the meeting at bids are opened February 4 Ralph Davis of the 55th Com- A. J. THOMAS JR. General Reserves 177525.51
Faulkner's house was that, "We mand Headquarters Division Attorney w e
Action also Is expected soon that the two projects stand a Surplus
on Union County's garbage landfills don't know- about an escape until good chance of being completed Following that he was assignedIn 93.047.57 270,573.08TOTAL
which Shields found unsatisfactory. w. MW the orison ear by September I 1 I. In time January 1968 as Assistant
running 'up and I down the road, for use at opening of school Brigade Maintenance Officer of JOHN A. TORODE LIABILITIES ._ "
"The people are not cooperating or the docs -trailing throughthe next fall. A special meeting the 53rd Infantry Brigade until Owner TorodeOil Co. AND NET WORTH $7,939,916.00 MIRA LEE WILLIAMS
," he declared of the man- woods. Sometimes we don't Is set at 5 p.m. February 4 assuming command of Co.
citizensIgnored know about It until we see It D this month.
ner In which he said to open bids. .
Instructions as to gar- In the newspapers a day or The projects have been approved Reddish Is married b the Passbook A nd Certificate Savings In By The 10th
bage disposal. ../ so later. Why COII! n't they j for participation In the former Sandra Whitehead and .,,, ,. ,
and notify us while. they're- State the .couple has two children ,
C\: Union Commissioner Telton stop Board of Education's o < "
Smith was particularly unsettled ,' .riding( around?" n, state-wide construction: bidding a daughter Maria Ruth 3-1/2. : Earii F6'niTh First'-
because he said "a man Most of meet nd1n8 the program. Morgan said, which and a son Kirk Andrew 10
from Columbia County; brings Friday night seemedto will the school board mon months.
garbage back to''Union: County feel that too much time and ey because save of volume bidding; The local National Guard unit Ottering Both Passbook Saving*said Certificates. .Night Depository.
." According to Smith the money Is spent on trying to Four subcontractors have was reorganized, along with
rehabilitate prisoners, and not some other Florida Army National -
salariesIn been approved by the state, e A Plan. Drive-In
enough on upgrading Morgan said, for various of the Guard units on January SaveByMail Facility.
4Legionaircs order to get guards who combined school construction 3 and Capt. Reddish was appointed -

Are National them would safely be capable behind bare of keeping projects.bidding Any general on the Bradford contractor unit commander. '

"They used fo work prisoners We Are !
will have to
Commiteemen they so didn't hard during feel like the day running that Jobs accept, therefore those four subs and base Elections Growing. :: ,

his work on the prices already
Four members of American at night" said Harvey McCarthy
the state them.
submitted to by
" Legion Post 56 have been appointed of Hellbronn Springs. "But' Too Long. e.
to committees on the now they can't do that for fear Interest rates on the bond
national level' of the American of violating their 'civil rights'. Issue, actually: $325,000 In first December 31 1971 $7,939,916December
Legion, Commander Bill Scog-: I didn't know a convicted felon Uen certificates and $225,000in (From Page l 1)) ,
gins announced Tuesday. had civil rights." subordinate lien certificates the county assessor and col-
Charles Schaefer a past Department A sombre note was added average 5.92 per cent Henann lector $2,000 each for the ser 31 1970 $5,683,710
of Florida sergeant- by Harry Faulkner who also told tile board. ,
at-armi has been named chair- lives near the hay shed where viThe council complained two
man of the national American the escapees were holed up. That Is the best rate In recent weeks ago' that It no longer December
Legion Law and Order Committee "If they'd polish off that elec- months for unrated bonds receives records of assess 31, 1969 $4,544,714
and has been appointeda tric chair they' wouldn't haveso In the state Henann said. Racetrack ments. Clerk Edwards said the
general member of the Americanism many escaping" he said. revenue which go to the only way he knows city taxes December 31 1968 $3,593,862
Committee. The committee meeting with schools have been pledged to are being collected Is when
Dr. A. Y. Covlngton M. C.. Dugger Saturday morning was pay oft the new Issue and no taxes are deposited! tot the city's;
a past commander of Post 56, composed of Jim Faulkner!: L. race track bonds are rated<, account.
has been appointed a general C. Sept George Reddish. Fred Henna pointed out. Shaw however. It Is
member of the Rehabilitation Bennett, and George Alvarez.
difficult for him to see how t NATIONWIDE
Advisory Committee. f JW\ "My first reaction Is that
and collect
the could assess -
John Crew now acting as 1 It's a doggone good rate"Board Its own taxes for 4000. *2GD[ billionS
District Four historian Is a Chairman Rodney Hall said
e e e, He added that no one has complained -
member of the Foreign Re- : "Any time you can get money to him except the Starke INGS & LOMbusiooss
We of envy the "
lations Council. always under six per now officials.
Frank Williams a past commander : man who can't be reached fie city
Supt. Tom Casey was to push
of Poet 56, has been comment 1 4** The board Is pledging racetrack for fuller Implementation of the N. doing' a lot
appointed the Veterans Pre- funds to pay off the Issue Legislature's seven mill equa- .focAncrfca as
ference Committee. Tilly says her problem U so no local: funds will be valency goal. Under the Leg-,
"These appointments are thai ihe watched the old yew used Board Member Elaine islature's school: equalization V*>NKNTTO DOMORE
one you are part of a 200 billion dollar business.
certainly complimentary: to going out but not be. calorl Thompson pointed out. However Bradford
Post 56*' fays Commander ... the race track funds which funding schools get program.SL100 per teacher Your association Is one of 5,700 protecting

Scoggins., will be used to pay off the issue unit for every' mill of school of f our savers' funds In over 48 million

taxes gives up to the state. ,
some $37,800 per year, accounts.

I' ., ..,.. ..... ,M.. iTf. ..... .... .,,.".'...". operating have been budget used In which the will board's now hugely Bradford under schools the program would gain because savings You earn good Interest on the funds

< t '" '. -' .1 ''R be cut by that much If other one school: For each mill raises -, you have on dePot'-'* These savings, plus
about$45.000. $45.000
'M I ,' 'H funds don't come from somewhere depositors
;; to make up for the kiss. the school system $243,01 earnings become the source of the extras that
<< it receives around make life more pleasant. Increase
SElVlIC back from the state ((213 teacher your
VALUE-QUALITY q The $325,000 first lien i revenue units multiplied; by $1.100). pleasure power by adding to savings regularly.
certificates are long ones ,That Is a net gain of some
f coming due from 1996 to 1999. $189,000 per mill remitted to
WINSTON WINSTON They will bear a 0.5 per cent the state.
65x12 E interest rate from the date The program "presently !Is atthe We Will Again Pay The Florida Class A Intangible Tax
60x12 of Issuance until September I 1. 4-1/2 mill level. Casey
Two bedroom private Two"bedroom,front dining 1990 and 4.9 per cent thereafter -saySf-aad-hewas going' to push
Iron d'*", rptldtntial lypafumitura area gtat wrap around to maturity.The for the final 2-1/2 mills to fee On Savings On Deposit With Us.
d.luxe throughe front carpet throughout Implemented, which would mean
.*.carpet patio to rt.erialiMl ,dehnM appliances t furni $225,000 In subordinate about $300,000 In additional
.price... S8OJO taw Original prk.36800daiseuS ]lien certificates. will begin maturing funds to local schools per year., Passbook Savings Earn 5% Per Annum-Certificates. Earn Up To 6% Per Annum.
-etoee out price-, in 1973, the final one .

6995 $5295 a maturing basic Interest In 1985.rate They of bear 5.5 All Earnings Paid Or Compounded Quarterly -

r' per cent plus an additional one My; neighborsMHVe ",.,' .
per cent from March 1, 1973 .
until September .. 191t. Our Hours
More Mama Available' At .
Many a ''l "
Mustang -Low,low f rkesfM Mon thru Tfcurs. 9 e.m. te 3 p...
Friday 9 .... te 5.30 p.m.CI.sed .

=: ;. MustD. SERVICEMENLance Corporal 'Richard G. Saturday'

Cent son of Mr. and Mrs FIRST FEDERAL
MOBILE HOM Harold Cant of Starke. I ,
:is. ? left January 4 from Jacksonville
| Down PwynnnU Uw MantMy aymMlti37S134 International Airport for SaviA1Jl'"and Loan Association of Starke
4820.....,. 13ih411NaitM| *' California enroute to Okinawa,

-HOME OF INSTANT S tVKS"V :- Cpl. Got was due to arriveon .. Sushi. riorMii,,

stoW. ...... trama etepn nwor ana Water Inw J* I Okinawa Jan. 10 and will : TELEPHONE 944-5000

,hhhsh.Meet.... wltlt "saee- Mod. wtve end. ........ e*to 207.J,.. serve Include 18 months packing there.eojnpment His duties working far a little "The House Of Savings 395 W. MADISON ST.

for the Marine Corps to ship loose change for camp.**
back to the United States.

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By z. BlaaeltaadNOTICE SAVE : ,
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; .&i Green Stamps! t

Mrs. A. C.KlrMandhasasked

that the all Lawtey those Interested Cemetery meetat on Everyday Low Prices! .i i iL

Saturday morning Jan. 15.fora '

working. __ !
CHURCH ACTIVITIES % -J- Weekly Specials ,

Grace United Methodist-Sunday I
School, 9:45 a.m.; Worship
services, 11 a.m. and 7 jun.;
MYF 6 P.m.: Prayer Meeting;, I 4.
Wednesday 8 p.m. following
choir practice at 7:00.

Church of Cod:Sunday School b _
10 a.m.: Worship services, 11
and 7:30 pun.; Family Night, T
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. yF
Highland Baptist:: Sunday
School. 9:45 a.m.; Worship
Services. 11 a.m. and 6:30: p. (QUADTERS) QntityRights
m.; Prayer Meeting: 7.tun. MARGARINE Reserved PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. 13 THRU WED. JAN. 19
Wednesday followed by Choir
Practice. WINN Dixie! STORKS. INC
3 rjs.69C COPYRIGHT 1972
Sympathy Is extended to Bry
ant Reddish In the death of
his Webster.Mr.brother. Roy Reddish In Strip Steaks .10 1 -: $998

and Mrs. H. C. Kelly C h
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. .
on.Sunday.J. Estes In Brunswick, Cia t"B'eef# 5 *2" .,. ?' i ,/, l

Visiting Mrs. Pierce Crewson
Tuesday of last week were
her brother-in-law and sister Canned Ham : 2"
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Prlngle .
of Worthington Springs, and s
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Prlngle FREEZER! QUeEN All VARIETIES
of Auburndale. 2-LI. Y
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders Meet Dinners -. 99C )
visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Stelnhouser In Jacksonville on FRESH BOSTON BUTT
Sunday.They also visited Mrs.
Elizabeth Roberts who Is con- Pork Roast LB.59c HICKORY SWEET
fined In St. Vlncent'sllosdtal.Mrs. . SLICED BACON
Ga Is spending two weeks '
with her brother-in-law and Baking Hens LI.49c' LB.53c LB.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. .
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harvey
of Macclenny were visiting his
Sunday.Mr. SAVE
and Mrs. Russell Davis WESSON OIL STEAKEACH
and son of Palatka were vlslt- 45,
big Mrs. Charlie Manning on
Saturday. Another Saturday visitor limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettot Limit with$7.50 or more purchase Deluding, cigarette
was Mrs. Carla Manningof

Miss Clay from Arlhur1ne Hill.the Atlantic Blanchard National retired SAVE 3OC A MMr

Bank In 31 Jacksonville after having as worked of December 48-o. 68 S 14-oz. $1 u.s. cwoicE 79

there for nearly 27 years and BOTTLE BOTTLES LB.
Is now residing In Lawtey.
Mrs. W. F. Moore has returned
from a week's visit with \
her son-in-law and daughter ASTOR A110RALL GRINDS
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson SAVE SAVE 29*
son\ Kevin, and the new DIN'N'E'RS. FRUIT CKT All' COFFEE
son, Brian., Uavl .

i' ,'- Limit S with $7,50 or more purchase excluding' ; cigarette Limit 1 Astor or Maxwell Home; coffee with$7.30 or'more purchase
.J excluding cigarettes
The man at the next disk MAXWELL HOUSICOFFEE ..'
Joys /his stiffest new year/ MEXICAN, J $ J
resolution it a pledge not (10
6' 8
1972.be as critical of himself' in LASAGNA or 16.oz. 1-LB.



Business Aspirin . e eonLe69C Fresh Eggs 3 DOZEN $100 Chicken( -, 2 ,.,. $199


Directory Right Guard Deodorant 4... c.n + .58 & Fixins 20 CAN% 01. 39c Cool Whip 2aUARTS *100


Saltines . 4 PRG3. 9 OO Macaroni 6 PKGS.7'1.I.. $|00 Shrimp 2 LIS. *2"
Auto Sales and Service

Parrish Motors Vegetables 5THRIFTY 16 CANS ai. 900 Beans 6 CANS $1 Potatoes .10 69C


RALEL PARTS SERVICE VOLVO Meat. 12 CAN ot. 38c Bread . ( 5 20 01.LOAVES. $100 Lettuce '. HeAD29c



PEAVY Electric Electric Brothers Motors Co., 48 SAVE 4c 2 18 2 SAVE 38cLB. $1

Sold Generators- Serviced- Stater- Armature Repaired ROLL p'e'r HALF
:Rewinding. BAG 1 PKG. ; GALLONS
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 ,



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SI J/4 Cleanser ; Floor Wax Fruit Drinks Roast
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Excess FeesReturned Problems Widi Azaleas?

r Here r Some Suggestions ..:
CommunityNews By
By Karen Suosky .:
Tax Assessor Azalea are a standard pert A second disease that Is con-

I$ of the Florida landscape according trollable affects: only the petals. -.,.
REORGANIZATION!: Bradford County Tax Assessor : to Florida Nurseryman' When Azaleas: begin to flower !
MEETING HELD I FOR ITEMS OF INTEREST ir Gene Long will return $2- and Growers Association Some you may notice a blossom that .':.::
FIRE DEPARTMENT Mr and Mrs. Wilton Hart 438 In excess fees, according problems do develop with the looks as If It has been scald
Arthur and son, Roy, had as Now to a report made last weekto Azalea plant but only one Is ed. The scalding effect is causedby
Mayor Bruno presIded
Year's dinner guests at their State Comptroller F.O. Dic Insurmountable. This one Is a disease known as Aazlea
over reorganization meeting home; Mr. and Mrs. Lester the disease called Mushroom Examine a blossom '.'
n B7 XSDbeActb Given Walker kinson. Petal Blight.
of the Hampton VolunteerFlro .
McCullough and children of sk the be ;'
The annual report shows that Root Rot. which attacks closely. There will .
Department*. D. E. Hill Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Perry of the plant slowly colorless :'.-
total expenses of Long's OfficeIn root system "; small quarter Inch J
served as secretary for the Lee Hart and son, of Johns- NOTICE! Wednesday night. Thursday 1970-71 totaled $38.862. and : permeating the entire system spots on the petal. This Is .....: '
meeting. town; Mrs. Jeanette Parrishand Dell Chapter 168 will hold night the Ladles Circle will receipts came to $41,301 leaving of roots and ultimatelythe where the fungus has begun to ..;
Although the present fire children, of Ralford; and Its regular meeting Thursday meet at the home of Mrs. Sarah the balance in excess fees. stem. attack. Petal blight is almost

truck is in running condition. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parker and night. Jan. 21, at 8 p.m. Prince. Story Hour at the Long said that$495 of the excess The early stages of the dlseaee always present and as the flowers -
It will soon be In need of children of Jacksonville. In the Masonic hall onBrownlee Church also Thursday night. amount will be paid to the cannot be detected easily, open more profusely the

major repairs. Mayor Bruno Mrs. Nettle Griffin and daughter Street. Ail members are Friday night Junior Choir re- Bradford County; School Board, but as the disease progresses disease becomes more abun-
presented three possibilitiesthat Phyllis, of Hampton, were asked to please be presentand hearsal. Saturday the MIssion and $1,943 to the County; Com- some symptoms are visi dant. Fortunately we are- in t
he has looked
for visitors of Mrs. Sylvia Gamble; on time. Business of vital will sell dinners from mission. ble. A dying stem with shriveled luck because l> thane M-45
securing an additional fire kitchen. Is
Importance. the Sunday regular Az-
should be'Ournrstclue. "
leaves flowering
*.wk. lie( also volunteered the of Raiford recently Pastoral Day. Sunday School sprayed on the
When this is cut off and removed Infection
City's cooperation in aiding the Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lee Hart SCHOOL NEWS will begin at 9:30.: Morning Corrective the plant with zlea will prevent should bye
may grow
fire department to reestablish of Johnstown were Sunday afternoon All Interested citizens who service at 11. At*3 p.m. the Reading Course out any further Indication of a the done petals.at least Spraying once a week. .
itself. visitors of Mr and Mrs.
would like to attend school for
Wilton Hart.YOUTH Sunlight Pallbearers will meetat problem. In a few months ora After the flowering season .
a better Job opportunity; self- this Church. League at 4 Set By LCCC year another branch may rake up all of the dead blossoms .
The tire Mayor's cniot ana suggestion a secretary-thata KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS Improvement or earning a dip- p.m. Evening service, 6 p.m. die. This Is removed and you and bury them then mulch ..

treasurer be appointed for a GROUP ATTENDS This week's insert Is of a loma are invited to attend night are now sure your plant has heavily beneath the Azalea bush.
schools that are In operationIn Greater Allen Chapel AME Corrective Reading a Flor-
until FELLOWSHIP MEETING somewhat different nature than Mushroom Root Rot. This will prevent reinfectionfrom :
period of 90 days or per-
manent officers were electedwas The Crusaders for Christ preceding have become the various centers. For 1m- Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas ida State University extension As the disease progresses old blossoms next;year.
met with approval by those youth group of the First Baptist accustomed to. The theme will formation call the Vo-Tech tor. Sunday School will begin the course, will begin at Lake City; further and Invades more of
Church of Hampton atten- services; Morning service at II Community College Tuesday. the plant wilting can occur .'
present. He then appointedFred follow the vein of introducing CHURCH NEWS Choir Union 3 EvenIng January II. 1he Old 1rtn&iJL
Phillips acting fire chief. ded the Heart of Florida Youth a.m. p.m. and a yellowish discolorationmay '.
After some discussion it was Fellowship meeting at HMi- the new and acquainting you Ebenezer Baptist Church service, 5:30. AU membersare appear on the leaves. The '

decided to hold two meetingsand land Baptist Church last Saturday with the old. Rev. Leroy Davispastor.Ser- asked to please attend ser- This four-hour-credit EED only solution now becomes Imminent -
I of resident vices will begin with vices. Plans are being made for the and
two fire drills a month.It night. Aooroxlmately 32 speak a long-time/ Sunday 533 will yield graduate dig up plant
young people from Hampton P. H. Hank) Lott. Jr., School at 9:45. Morning ser the year's activities, and each destroy It. If you contemplate .
and/or teacher certification "
was also decided to hold the anenaea. and his now wife, Susie. While vice, 10:45.: Evening service. member Is Invited to be a partof planting another Azalea In this) lJ ::::::'; -
The first class -
next meeting Monday, Jan. 24, A sermon was delivered by Hank has been a resident, off 6:30. The Senior Choir will the planning. will meet at 4:30 In the spot It Is advisable to sterilize --:---- :;-- .

at 8 p.m. at the fire house. Rev. Montgomery of Chester and-on, for the past 13 years, serve. rrayer. Meeting will Reading Center on p.m.the LCCC the soil after removing as IJh'" .e:1'M' :
Joseph Supsky was appointed Baptist Church, Fernandlna Susie has only been here since be held each Thursday night" BIRTH MONTHAll I January 11. many roots as i """ like sunsets. are
temporary secretarytreasurer. Beach. Montrose Baptist August.A members and friends that sult with your local nursery- .
Church of Lake City emergedas widow the former Mrs. Greater Bethlehem Free Will were present In service who hada More Information men for the correct material more brilliant when they gel
regarding "
Mayor; Bruno served coffee victor over Highland Bap- Lloyd moved here from High Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper birthday In January were hon this be obtainedby to use. down to earth.
and cupcakes made by Mrs. tist In a Bible quiz contest springs with her three child- Williams.-" Pastor The Tiny ored. The honorees were Miss course may
Mrs. Anne Wood
Bruno and Mrs. Phillips. between the two. Refreshments ren; Wendl 8, Jeannie, 6, and Tots Choir will hold rehearsal Janis Davis Little Miss Made- director contacting of reading at Lake

were served following the pro- Eddie, 3 years old. each Monday night\ also Usher Una Delestre. George Cuffee City Community College 752- I I :
Those attending were: W, H. Susie became Mrs. P.H. Lott, Board No. 2 will meet. senior and E.G. Walker. We are hoping 228. NURSERY STOCK
gram. 1822. ext.
Maxwell. Foster Hayes, D. E. Jr. on October 2. Choir meeting each Tuesday for them many more birthdays.
Hill, Bill Trinka, Walter Welde- The family enjoys many hob- night. Prayer Meeting each

I man. George Davis. Bill Summers Consumers bles, with camping and sport- FOR SALE

Paul Phillips Richard Want to Knowby ing being a Joint venture. Both .. ..
I Newman, Dennis Koark, Fred Hank and Susie enjoy and play Mothers March
Phillips, Joseph Supsky, Al MARGARET SPADER
Foxworth, and Pat Glover. Is there any advantage to pool, having a pool table with Set Sunday To You moil see our stock of' thousands ef' nice plonti

In the opinion of this repor- "longer life" bulbs if you get which to Improve their skills. s 2 A IA W1 to appreciate the quality
Susie also enjoys sewing and .
.ter, a turnout, hut of 15 in men order Is toln-verynrvnraolno less light does quite a bit of It. Collect DimesOn Wtw ow iv. n Fruit Trees Shrubs Hedge Plants

That'swhythe informationis Music Is Hank's forte, as he 6 FLEX 0'G LASS '
sure a more efficient and use- printed on the sleeve-For is currently: a member of a Sunday Jan. 16, the official Shade Trees Evergreens Junipers

ful fire department, an additio- reading, studying, workingthe country-music group. The "Mothers March" of the 800 varieties Camellias in bud and bloomAll : '
nal 15 to 20 volunteers need be brightness of a bulb is group plays at special occasions March of Dimes will. be con- ?:-+.- -".... ipf GLASS-0-NET f ".
enlisted. Show your public spirit and sometimes entertains Starke. size Azaleas
ducted In
by lending your time to sucha more important than its life. at the Lake Butler Country- '
The March will be conduc- :
and To get the most lumens for .
worthwhile necessary Music Show. ,, "
Junior Woman's Club
cause. the wattage"standard"bu Ibs The "Hometowners." as they of ted Starke.by the ./

will give the best value. But call themselves Is made up of The primary goal of the '

SENIOR CITIZENS there are times, when con- six members: flank, on the March of Dimes Is the prevention -
TO MEET HERE venience will be more Important guitar Is lead singer: Eugene of birth defects and to :

Senior Citizens will meet than brightness-for CurlyScroggins) lead electric save babies who have been O. C. CARNES NURSERY9pUNilVeOw
21 at 1 afHfi' _
Thursday, p.m. Dean
guitarist;; O'Nealplaysthe born /' FLEX-O-PANE
A example in a closet or stair- afflicted. One Is every ..
In the Hampton City fiddle and loins In singing ?
big turnout Is expected to hear well, in the attic or where a Johnnie: two minutes; 250.0UU a year. Floxahome, (Putnam County), :Florida[
Cite Sheppard, banjo, Era
Joe Kerrigan and Karl Hoist; globe may have to be removed.In Crider on the steel guitar; and Please give Mother generously calla whena at .e N INS 1001 MIANS lATIIMCrfOM sUAIANr110 Phone 659.2165 .
who will be the main speak such cases it may be more Steve Varnum plays bass. Marching
ers at this meeting. All senior desirable to settle for less Songwriting is also one of your home. STARKE BUIDERS SUPPLES Inc.

citizens 55 to 65 and over brightness and choose a bulb the many talents Hank displays .
are cordially invited to attend. that will last longer. with a recording already on the Schools Get -

charts In Tennessee: "I Came _. .. __c .. ,
Back Too Soon." On the reverse
GAINESVILLEBusiness side Is "Highway of MFP Funds

Regret" 5foriJa Bant .At Start -
Susie Is seemingly quite an $193,219 Is Bradford County

outgoing person possessing school's share of $50.8 million

Directory"AUTO li ,, quality; of making friends easily. : tin Minimum Foundation Program j sti ,
An effort! to welcomeher funds being distributedto -

to the community would Florida's county schoolr'olleraFreed STARKE, FLORIDA
reap It's own reward with a January, Comp

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES valuable friendship.Raiford O. (Bud) Dickinson -

rII 1 announced this week.
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Bradford's allocation Is up -
NewsGerald some $9,000 over the $184-
OLDSMOBILE Johnson Fans, Inc. 464 the county's school received ) & .
in MFP funds In Jan- Ufl "
Griffls and other
County Commissioners visited uary 1971.Baker .ta: ..
of Used Cars
Fine Selection County schools have
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
with Sen. Lawton Chiles In :
Taken .On Cadillac Trades been allocated $l09 541 this
Tallahassee last Thursday.
2001 NW. 13th Ph. 8785301Barkley Stephen Dobbs> and Miss Wll.leno month, up over $$10.000 from 19'11' :

We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Brown of Jacksonville,and the $99,288 allocated In January 31,

N.W. lib ,Ph. 378-M76 Clarence Dobbs of Sanderson DEC'EtJ.v. \
Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Z24 ,. visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl 1971.Clay schools have been allocated $ 2635.514.5Resources ;.

Dobbs Sunday afternoon.Mr. $352,179, up almost $40- I

GLASS and Mrs.Charles Bloods- 000 from the $312,494 allocated - 251r6923cJ. ',

.4 wheel drive and areSates worth and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. In Union January schools 1971. will receive - . . :
Part, Service Brunner visited Mrs.Mary Mott - )' i > '
$61,242 this January, a$4,000- :
In Bradford County Hospital -
Clean Used Toyotas; LIDDELL plus Increase over the same .
Monday. month In 1971. piscounts''ta\ g, Fixtures\ .'. "''g: .:
1700 N Main 37b-126 Mrs. Mary Freeman had as \ -
Glass Company last Friday luncheon guests her The 67 county school districts Loans anouser - ; .... :

Beauty Academy .. daughter Mrs. Alzy Thomas use state MFP funds, the ma- \' 16,290 ft1; .'. .

"GI... For Every Purpose" of Hawthorne, her son-in-law, jor for source transportation of school finances salaries,, gankald\ \ E1rtes\: ,And '1 ,ff::". ". :, l';. '

POWELL'S Store Fronts-;:Mlrrors Otis Green of Jacksonville, and PAcc ua 503x0Income '
educational Improvement and \
Jimmy Burnsed of Macclenny. \
Tub Enclosures Showers : other In the kinder- 160'' ,
Beauty Academy expenses ReCeirant -
nirottureJTops Olws Re Mrs. Wayne Jones and child- -
!, ren, and Mrs. Edna Cason of garten through 12th grade pro Go..etntt\e" .. 30,000,00u1i11 .
loam a Profession In YOSpa.re \ placedNEW Jacksonville were visiting Mr. gram. U, 0). .
Time. Puft or Part Time LOCATION The January 1972 funds Included \ -
and Mrs. Cue"Dobbs Sec : elnmenl .
378-2786 Mr. and $48 million from the state -
219 10th -
NW 122ft flo Main Gainesville Mrs. Earl Dobbs, and Mr. and Minimum Foundation programand U. S. G SetU\\\'S.! \ ; ,1303,201.91A4encY ,

ELECTRIC MOTORS ". Mrs. Ralph Harris Sunday $2.8 million from a portion ,.n\a\ I .:
372-8191 ; 372-1 102 afternoon.Mrs. of the state sales earmarked County -
ELECTRIC Treva Lee Newmans specifically for elementary and f\otl\ on s OOc)1ci\\\ s6153,65b.50t
and children of Starke were secondary education I ,, .1,216 \

Motor Repair Co. MEN'S WEARs Friday night supper guests of 'O ,, s\a\e a" 4 ,M1.1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crlffls ",,,, \ s9x; "" .
Of o.tne8vlUe. tea and family Antiques ShowIn \Aunta\\ \ \as 5 0',111.95\) ; :

Repairing New and- Rewinding-Used STAG 'N; DRAG and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Alan Earl,Tarleton Dobbs JacksonvilleThis O\bet Seta" and, - -

Mike Griffis and Roy Single- Weekend
casbt Banks
Griffon BoH. :
2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 872-8318 Arrow Shlrto-FIorahelm Shoe tary attended the wrestling ttu Liobt
matches In Jacksonville last dealers will exhibit
Formal Rental. Fifty-six aOO.OO
MOVERS Thursday night. their wares at the 23rd annual 3 no ;
Ladle SporUweart .
Friends of O. B. Gordon will Antiques Show, sponsored by the 1 aoo.OO 3g1,611326ltai

.1 Lone UiiUnct Moving STORES-IS W. UNIVERSITYand regret to learn that he Is ill Jacksonville Pilot Club, at the : : : : \11,81).36,3 \
In Alachua General Hospital : 25,112'01
Civic Auditorium Friday OC .
Storage Packing GAINESVILLE MALL \ SI : . .
suffering from a heart attack.
through Sunday. Jan. 14,15, 16. Cap\ .etf 1&

Free. Crating Estimates_ Can Shipping Jr.Mr.and and family Mrs of L. Deland J. Mlkell arrived used Proceeds to finance from services the show to are the \\\1 U\d\ ;"A Pt 1ot)1\ << \.* '_ ':::..- :-:.- I ''''IQ.30

here Friday for a weekend : ;)&
elderly the needy, and to youngpeople. _
visit with relatives. The club the 1491,02111
MUSICBALDWIN Mrs. Mary Freeman and Mrs. .
Earl Dobbs, visited Mr. and only Girls Club inJackionvUle, S&SgSIFSz.\ . .. -
and also five Anchor
Mrs. John Freeman and family Clubs In various sponsors high schools. : : :,::.,. .- sg,049,342.62

PIANOS & ORGANS of Melrose, and Mrs. Airy Hours on Friday and Satur- .
Van Service Inc. Thomas of Hawthorne. Mrs. day will be from 12 noon to 10 \ SHFLORID* :: -
CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Thomas returned home with pjn.. Sunday hours will be from n ,, :: -
them for a short visit. -
3MO N.E.: W.Wo ... Q'y Iem..m -
ris were supper guests last Is $1.50 per per- upe>''

MUSIC Co. Thursday of Mrs. Edna Cason son.
In Jacksonville. Later they all
BLOUNT PONTIAC C'vlll Shopping Or. 372-5351 attended the wre.Uingmatches. CORRECTION!
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald GrIt- Mark Vemon Olin was Incorrectly \
GMS, INC. Farm and Industrial fie had as weekend guests their : Identified ss Ver- \

nephews, Bruce, Randy, and non E. Olln. his father. In the I A
Equipment Mason Mlkell of llland. Jan. 6 edition of The Tele-

Mr. and Mrs. L, D. Stanley graph In an article on Page 8 ,
Jr.and children of Pensacola concerning: : a request for a .. a .

Santa Fe:Tractor visited Mrs. Mary Freeman, sorting reclassiflcaoon.: .JJA H K AT STAR-KE
Mrs. Alxy: Thomas, and Mr. The Telegraph apologizes for .
Factory Authorised FORDFarm and Mrs. Earl Dobbs last FrI- the error.
Pontiac day. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Tractor A Implements. Miss Paula Dobbs was a recent -
$.Iss Parts-S.yIC.
overnight guest of Mr CARD OF THANKSWe Of Florida National Banks Of Florida Inc.
210 N. MainGainesville USED EQUIPMENT, and Mrs. Cecil Crawford Jr. wish to express to our Subsidiary
Fie. ""V of Hellbrom Springs.Mr. kind neighbors and thoughtful
SALES = PART BERVJCE and Mrs. A. M. Jones friends our heartfelt thanks for

372-2583 .J' of Gainesville were Tuesday. their many expressions of sym- .
4489 N. W. .. 376-2948 . .
afternoon guess of Mrs. Mary pathy. The family. of Donald
GAINESVILLE FLA. Freeman. Clark. .

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Prison Historical Society To Meet Jan. 20
Employee Charged

The Bradford County Historical A "show and tell" session \ .

will meet Thurs will be held with members Conaolld.ted Report of Condition of "................'"!IDA..eANK1rARrz' !..............................:..,...........1............"
With SocietY 0 at 7:30 In and guests bringing Items of '
: Smuggling In GunI day.the Bradford,County Library.pun. historical Interest to Bradford of........... ?.!STARJCE .. '" In the State 01.. FLORIDA ...................and DomMtlc SubttdUrlra at the close oft

Q.u and; which discuss.they will exhibit buoln.. on. .... DEC:31,1971......,.. 19. ......

Todd Baden of"Palatial, who weapon Into the Raltord Insti the prison yard and arc believed KIrby Is being held in the All members and other Interested Dou.Aa en.I. .

wan employed a. a medical tution.Prison. to have been Intended Union County; Jail until a de- persons are Invitedto Cub and duo "Iron b.a''" (Inrluclln ,'..ft ASSETS_ unpoa.... drbba) ... .. ........,. ... .. .... .. 1
I technician at l the Florida State Superintendent Law- for use In a unique, plot to elson I Is made whether to return attend. 6 U.S. Trm.uy _II. ...: .. ... 2 604.. 30e .. 80 t
Prison, has been released voter renca Bugger said the gun a.22 obtain parole for an Inmate him to RaIford or place: I. Ohll..Uona olot_U.II.Gowm_&.........nd_"0" ... ... ....... ,I.......... ..... .. ,.. ... ,. ,000. {
bond after feeing charged pistol., and 60 rounds of "rat.hot' William 'Klrby. of Gaines him In other correctional .. Obll..11_of aalr. and poliliool mbdl.ld... ... .. ..-..,........ ... .... .2 373. 30$ te.
...--- -- some Othr.asdllaIndudh( ,. l none eorpd.u q.eW), ......... ,.? .... .. 367. 439.. 6 eI.
,a ,dIorweroua were found burled In ville.Consolidated Inat tution. Baden's bond Is Fv.dlnemount_rill. :,..... ,. ,....,..,e.:.. ..,.. .., foam ,. ..,.. .,.... 1T.
returnable at the spring term fdrJ fund.. told and erdtlr purob.rd und.._anto to vWl I 9OC ,,, T
of Union County Circuit CourtIn aothelu.r. .. ........................y.\ ......... .1 633 374... Se 1a
ReportV ConJltlon ol..rM. Oammttta Iraq "pot tff( ttl9., .. ,.... .,..,n Balik prentw urnl..ra and a...._ and .1..... _NprmmUn. bank p..I ...... ....... ... . 3919.. 2e a
? May. 1r 10. R..I .....ornd mhr than b.nk ...-- .. ... ..........,..I........ ..... .. ,, OOfa..., ISIL
of..,..******.... "" .... .,.,.. In the State of. ,,not j ..and Domestic! SubaiUlUrlcw at the close of In.rtm.,a" In ..baldl.... sot ......II..tad.. .. ...... .... yl',.,... Dona ,,., ,, ,,, 11It.
Union County Sheriff John CUatom".llablllt,. t. thla b.nk on tmpantm. mt.t.ndlnl .p age. It
bualaeaa on......DEC:11,1911. ::.. ? .19...... .. Whltehead. who led the Investigation 18. Othr_ta ....,.,...,.......... ...... .... .. h1Id.
? said TOTAL A811T8! . .. ............ .. .. .. 11LIA
of the Incident
DotAAa. em.I. "a gun showed up Inside theprIaon' IILITIEfIs. 1

Cpd6..d duo free butt.r ((1ndudlny" .. 1 If ASSITI unpmt.d. dobl"" ) .". ...".. .... ... .....".. ...1... ... ............ .. .. II. and that KIrby claimed he r Il : D.m.nd dd=:d:Inavdu.b::: p.rlne.Alp.: ," ad.ape.don. .;...:.::..:..:::.iM.:::\:::::::...:.:.:..1 .. 2978.2 166: 03.5OZ :: 14 8. leIt.
.. __ \ ..: .. .. ..... .. .. ........"........... ... .... ... . ... ..... If ... "4 1a to have found It, saying. Tim.. .. d.pdadI.dlvldn.l... pann..bin,and rrpontIo. ...... ........................... .... .. 31. 529. 37. 11IT.
Obll.._of elm. U... Oovammmt..mdr. and rrporrtley. .. ". ...... ... ............ ..... ... ... .. If I knew where six other guns were D.podud. Unltdtt. 0.v.nm"e. mbmwlow .. .. ........................... '." 1 596 59..l 17 It
.. Obll.._of.tat.ad po iUd ..bdlvtolo... .. . ,.. ... .'.. .. ................ .... ,J, hidden. neighbor, who lost I", D.pdt..1. .. flat.. and p&IUal. .. .. ..:... ... ..
18 of .nol "'otailnaU'ull. II
Q. My Dpa/u fonln .ovornm.n. .
I.. Otbr Naulth/lndudlnl( Y owpuns.toeb. ). .. .. ... .,......n......", . .. ,.. .11.. I .. .. .... ., .. 0pp0pm
I. TYdhV.e.t..lw.. .' .. .... .. .' ...... ...... ..... ......."......... .... ... . X.. .. 1 both legs last year, gets 10. Dopnalto d amm.nl.l banlca .. .sari' ,. ie 337 6 pft.
f. robed ... odd. a.d_ .puM..d. .. mde a.rssn..tat. o nrll.... ....,... ,.,,.,.,.,...,.,..,. .... ........ ..... .. .... ...,1! ,.. f Whitehead said that Kirby was social security disability : -t': and oCNn'h.duSIC.; : : ''' L49O.a117': __ ... .. el
.. Otb._......... .. ....,....,.,.. .., ... .... ..... .. ....................:.:..,..... .. .. ... ... .. ..j II.... n apparently using this pretended monthly 21. D PONIT/ ..... {I J.83D.II.J. .1 6.-_.._ on m >tI.ToWd.m.nddn
,. awl.pwIII 'fumlt.n.nd 8n.Purr, and one aW n_Unt bank P"' .:..:......... ... .. .. ..... e1 .JID t knowledge as "leverage" In an benefits. He can'twear ( ) .. .. .. 11.444.SOL.I1us pre an 11 (mlbI
10. Rml.-.....otte. I....b..k .pamli ... _........._.............. ..n.... .... .... .. .. .. ,._... 10 Including artificial legs, but he ( ) TaWUm.and 'Vi..a d.poda pot..u m ma al
U. .._....10 mbddfelr. not m.wlld.td. ,. ,,.., ..... .,,.y....'.." '",..,.... .. ... .. . ....j'. .. .., 11It. attempt to obtain favors trade 2rd.nl Cunda purrhwd .d.aurltln. mid undn ttn.mma tG rpureh.m "...,. 0005 ... .. N
CuatGm"S.NIIty 10 tbla bank on reNpanar ouaandln/ .. .. ... ........... ...... .. ...... ..//it Ifla a parole. would like to learn a 2Other lI.bIllU. for bortoud mon.y ., 0005 .... N U
Othe.r.a .... ... .... .. ... ., 7 e where he can work sitting MunO.n Ind.btadn
... ..... One
: :: :: ::::: :: :: : :: :: : ,r :: .1. Aoapt.nor.uatd by or form .nl 01 thla b.nk and mt.tmdlnt .I. N
!1. TOTAL A88ITO .. :: .. "We called In the Departmentof down. His friends tell him 21. OtIA.II.blIIUa .. .
.. M_ Law Enforcement for a polygraph he'll lose his .1. TOTAL LIADILlTIR:8: .. .. .. 2e
LlAIUITIli" The though that 22. MINORITY INTI'R': 8T IN CONSOLIDATED 8T/RNI1)IARIR8.l ... .51 2,
I" Damaad ds.da at 6addu. ...b.. _...bl..... and ..'parall. ... ... .. .. ? .. ,....., ., i ::j. i8S laII. Whitehead lewd to octal security benefits if he ,
'I1m..d..._do""ta" olIOI.Idnt. p.nne.hlp., rndvvrponUar. .. ...... ? 1111T lie detector18au the ? RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES
DopooIta Ualtad .latoo ao--nm.. .. ,.. .. .. .. II 181 rl lTIn.D.pdadetumrtdONUd Implication of Baden who was gets a job. Is this correct
25 26
.... ...._ 7J2.. {
..bell.......... ...,. .. .. .. .. ,.. .::... 71J'. 172,1011 assigned to the hospital where 010. 0\11.R.orve_10'_bad d.ht 10'toss on (mt rep puant t.lattonM I4.rmul..... ..Nunn........ .' none ..._ ., II oIL
I,. Dttnda of damp............ODd olllcblinalitutiona .. . .. . ..,.. ., .. 11'If'" 1110M. A. Not exactly. The social 12. R....on.andam on ". .... .. .... .... . .. sofa nII.
10.. C..1Iod DopooIta of ODd a.nm..ld oftI-.'ohNIca bald. ,7te. ,. .. .. .....yr: ?.1/)0/ II II Kirby also worked. security law provides a trial TOTAL RESERVK8 LOANS AND SfCURITIES: ..... .. ....... ." . n

:II. TOTAL DIIPOSITS.: .. .. .... .I1,270t3d1.19', -ma au au u IIC. work period without loss of

(( )) Total Total fate dm..ad and. doped.....n..dapoat.. .... ..... .., .. ..... ....J.dJ..41I./Itau,1dotp am... au au a w a m ((b mlb )) Baden Is alleged to have benefits for disabled persons II. c.pltaI notoo .nd d.ban'u CAPITAL. ACCOUNTS, ,.,.. .... one .. ,,. .. .. N
IL rd..l iamb.. ......._and. -.III.sold undo aavrmmta to apurahw.. .. .. .. ." IIII. smuggled the gun Into the prison like neighbor This is (.paelly. Int.r..t.to .nd mwdty. 01 .rb .I......out andln.) 41
OtMe. Uablll_ fns bar.ow.l monry .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. //it.' NN in a plot to have KIrby your la. Eq.I' aplal, total) .. ..; '. AL IL II
Monryt Inclabtad_ ... .. .., ,. .. .a'.t .U, "flnd" It and tell the author- an incentive to help them re- II. Pralanood. ...._.. toW.... pr value .. ? ,. -. .., eon. ? HCNo.
r..utd by.. lor rent 011111.bank aIId outr.dlnl. ... ..... ..... .. .. it re favor with turn to work. If your neigh- ( o and.Io0! ) 700
: == : : lU 'U "! ItJ.ell.thus currying n C.mmun anek-tot.' par v.1uy 000. 00 IT8S.
... nIn.
TOTAL LlA81LITIIID II ..... .......... .. .... ..... . .. ... . .. IIII. the !State Parole Board. bor does start to work and (N...1..:.. auUtal.d F.QOU) _) INa Ih...oulotOndl.n.: !!!! "':":':,""+, ) 723
MINORITY INTIIRIBT IN CONSOLIDATIID SUESIDIAR1a9 .. ..... .. ". "' .. ..3 I'IIUIIVIS continues to work his benefits llurpluo ... ? ...... ? 127 89? N
88. UndulddpnfU ... .. .. .. ... n0.
Supt., Dugger said he was may be continued for up / R.orve for nnllndndr. .nd she .pllal r..wn ... .. .. .. ....<.Ii".... le8_ 91 /o
ON OAN' AND SECURITIES .. : .J7 convinced that no other guns to 1 The State voca- / TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. .. ....;.i. .. .. t 8tT 41
.. .." aoit. year.
Rrew'or bd debt bra
to. on (C. up p.ant In..1 R.o.nu.gervI.n .lIn.) .. ..
OtberrMvroalan .. .. .... .. ....... .. .... ...... were Involved. tional rehabilitation agency 12. TOTAL LlABILITltIS.; RE2ERVE8 AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS a
:: Rwrrronsteunw :.. .... ... .... .. .. ':,... ..:.:': : ..:: / :
N. TOTAL RI:8I1RVES!: ON LOpN8 AND 8ECURITI 2.. ... .. ... ._ N Kirby was charged with possession may help your neighbor MIMOIIANDA1 7605 938 00
trade if this is I. Av.rp ar(.1.1 I,,,It. 15 d..dr':dyt mdlnl' .Ith dl dn. . ... .
of a dangerous wea- learn a new 2.: A.ey,d toW: =::, th.le atnde d_ rdln5 with ell d.t :. 2 m Ia7.,.: 00 tI.Unrm.ddlm.untal
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS possible with his disability. .. ... peon .._ ..
N. C.pllahot..d d.b......... .. .. . .. .. ,.,...........,., . ? 1. .. N on. 1".lmant 10" t.eI.dod In 10..1 e.pltd.emunta I
(.pdyal.rt. ...and m..rltj// _b......ouat.ndln2)IL )
Eqllll,. _pita!, total ... .. ... ... .. 14:1: .H 1/ IIII.
Prd.mdaldr( them.ut.aadly" ISld pe. -tuo..t ) ? .. ...... ... ... .. . .. .. ,, .. IdNo Medicare Deductible Will /..... ... Ruth .So .Tohna. A..be Cashier ,o/f/tj/ okeeMuned ....; "Jo adeem!.I| ....e/AUrn. / tymwean

IT. Commoe ModpaW pr v.hn .... ....".... ., . JDO .f 00 .00 IT It ,...oJ and. Ie UN IW.01._...-,..014""Uf.
(Ne..le.und"d.19PQ 1NO..Slam) ( ata.ndfnr-1QDO ..... ;; ;;
'".. .. .... .. .... .... . 00 y Cerree_Albel: .. ItUt(| S. Johns ... .. .. .... .. ..........._.__.?
::: =..,W'p.jjb; ; n' .. : :: :::::::. : :: .. lo''P: : :..41 IIb
Rmr",Par DOnll.........od oWe oapita!rwrvr .. .,.. ,.. ;:'..." 40 Be $68 Starting Jan. 1
41. TOTAL CAPITAL iVES ... .' .. .. ... -_ 41 .. ,.. ., ... .. ... ... J.B. Towllnjon. .... ...... ,
/ TOTAL UARILITIIS, ; AND CAPITAL ACCOUN'T8 w2. Handbook. Or anyone with .... .. ....... ..... .. S. 1. r .icf J*.. ... .. .. .} _

'' MEMORANDA Starting January 1, 1972, call social . .. .. .. .. 0. KermralX.. .. ... .... ..., .
I. Amap at toW dapoaIla'or th. 18 beds den mdly with 0011 d..... ....... .. .J4 .. 10n.O I the deductible under the questions can any
I. A_01 tGtoI lea fa tho II Ands, d.ys rdnl with esII d.ta. : .... .. eedI P jd7 RS. security office.
Ua..ad.u-n&o. .. Medicare hospital insurance
.S.I program will be $68 according A disabled child whose parent 31wy' Florid ..e...,..raBrauVfogpd. .. ....Nr

,, to social security officials is receiving monthly social ':: ll.52'.Z2.. 5a nll.a' ..deii. >ecrlgedaeraiii" .... 1k. $gwi .r, **U.s .at(Ou ........onoad hint,da aobmnfi |la rVm3.1\ Oatllttt/ report at tmUlln here. security benefits may .noIl aereba 00"1/'/NIl... Ml an filer. dj.IA..oan*.

..me tad.wrreet,.. (Ike"teri tf m, tnoivleifge and Mitt. Med also be eligible to receive Mpa..lm/mmpln.. Ally 6. ,.72. Virginia P.. D. gleyp,,.

V.,...eM'.' Ccrrerf(-AUeeft Lt.) / .,'f' ,.'. ........ icare"This patient means admitted that the to the monthly cash payments.

hospital after'December 81 .. ___ .. -
.IL. - - - -
Chsrl.p 1., ....;'V.:........ .:....:u:..:,,;.," .. .. LZSjJ*? P-y.....m ""\ will be responsible for the -

....... ....," .... ........ ....... .., .......... ....::.. .. W'. .. ..... .> first $68 of the hospital bill."

.......lf1 .......cra-.. ....... ........ ..... ...... ..... ..sz/ */ .& L** ._. \ a social. security spokesmansaid. "CEriTRAiHEAT

The deductible is $60 now. .,
1 1 -01. 'Jr:>ItJ ,Cory oIMAKV / armdfogd .? ....r1 _: *.... tt. .. w '. .
If 'eur'7A: Bran a ad.swbadb.d"bJon III" 7th der" y ,7aaw ?l7.2. "The $8 increase in the de-
NOTAItV g ; and. I....", e rti/( Hal I., ml ..affltxr or director( ( olu. te.A. ,IHiteommlerfon ): ,- ductible is the result of a

>...... .If J: JII# y/" n P.n.I .. review ing .1970 of,hospital" the spokesmansaid. costs dur- NO WAITING FOR INSTALLATION

----------------------------------------------\ Under the Medicare law, Installed !

the deductible must be adjusted Completely
I I to keep the amountIn

I SAVE $2.00 line with the average cost

I of pital.one day's stay in the hos- WE PROVIDE TEMPORARY',


I I $60 will remain in effect for
all Medicare hospital admissions -
LIMITED REGULAR $6.50 during the remainderof IF NEEDED

(QUANTITY 1 i I WTHEY $4 so patient this on year.admitted or before Any to December Medicare the hospital -

: I LAST I I 31 will be responsible for
the first $60 of his bill. -

I VACUUM MOUNT PENCIL SHARPENERi I I security"Because hospital spokesman costs of the," the increasein social said

I I 'three other increases in the

1 i I amount patients pay under
1I 1I I I the Medicare hospital insurance -

I rI I program are required,

I I 1 beginning January 1." FREE ESTIMATB

II Here is what get:
I ,, I For hospital stays of more you
I than 60 days he said the
80,000 BTU.Carrier Furnace
I Medicare patient will pay

I $17 a day, instead of $15 for e Thermostat controls

I the 61st through the 90th e Seven air supply ducts
e One return air duct
For a post-hospital of
I : I 'nore than 20 days in an ex- e All labor and materials

I t., ( IN THISPOSITION I: ended care facility, the pa- Completely

r ;, ; ient will pay $3.50 a day, I Installed
, I nstead of $7.50, for the 21st FtlnmoeCwtrnlly
I hrough the 100th day.

For "lifetime; reserve"

ays, the patient will pay ,
I 34, instead of $30, for each

ay used..

I I G*> OiLOrEcdric]

I 10rtu:7 ; a'Twv

I I I -" If',::r rI ......'.' USE SURFACE ON HORIZONTAL ONLY 981-65-4320 Air Conditioning Added HvT: $590


Social, eoeurlly paya lour ton.
I screws attaches to "Maturvivora.. diaaDihty.< reliro .
needed machine instantly
No are any 1
I smooth; non-porous horizontal surface, (such as a table or I W<* Service All Mofces PHONE

I desk). The entire sharpener can be released taken to, wastebasket II I "The 1971 rates will re- AIR COMDITIOHIKCEQIIIPMEWTCOMMERCIAL.I I I : 914-7701: I

I for emptying. Is also portable as you can move it main in effect for people .RESIDENTIAL
whose benefit periods under
from place, to place. I Medicare started before the

I end of this year," the CONVENIENT BANK FINANCING
I I spokesman said. "Among
II other factors, the beginning
I BRADFORD COU I of a benefit, period depends
I %' I on when a Medicare patient
:' : 8INCS1579trap1 I rae first admitted to the SHADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

I hospital. There's more Information -
$ k about benefit periods -

in Your :Mtdiear4mI 332 W. Madison St. PKon %4.7701

I BIO PENS. Ball Point ..-

_. !. f HI*. Bradford .County Tile
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(fan. 13, 1972 Telegraph Page 7

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BBS misty Wins 3. .(l From. Page 9) Tigers WiMston Edge KH Girls Baby Tornadoes Lose To LOfiC

Just weren't ready to (From Pege 9)) End Big t. .
ball" Thomas alai '"But "

Acreage' 10 points In Bradford once again pulledIt
second bait that made the out of the fire In the fourth 9-1 YearKeystone Bradford's Junior varsity With 1:30 left In die first Anthony Taylor scored die ford a 17-8 first period lead.
though." quarter as die Tornado eager basketballers were second half period lodge scored die last last point of die half with 2:41 Live Oak pushed harder In
Acreage only scored 10 edged 54-45 past Live Oak Fri victims of both Live Oak and BItS point for die quarter. NIchol left. die second quarter but could
but all came In the se Green Cove Springs as they : shot two point from "There were two ball players manage only to hit from the
half to five Newberry Tuesday night (.ran. 4) the Height' girl dropped two games this week. die charity; line followed bra : In die game Sheldon charity; line for the first four
needed boost to tie the Tornadoes overcame a six point baskerballers ended their Live Oak's Baby Bulldog bucket to give GC a favored Hodge and Terry Hayes" said) minute Terry Mlxon was consistent -
third quarter deficit outacore season Friday night with a 43- It In die fourth 18-12 lead. Coach Steve Bushore. "Hayes from the foul line for
poured on period
had a 1 chance to win an undefeated Macclenny: team 27 victory at Bell High School. to drop BItS 59-50. Greta In the second quarter A- cored: nine points and LO. making four straight charily -

end of the game." said 6055. Keystone' only loss of the Co..'* second half surge vaughn Golden started It out nagged eight rebounds to have shots.
"We were one point Friday nlghf win made It season was to Cross City In Tuesday night downed the Baby with two shots from the charity the best game he has played Kerry Cook tile BuUcSop'hl4rh
and In a one-and-one sit two straight for BHS and placed: : their open game and they have Reds 6048. ; line for BHS. Hodge hit a this year," commented Bu- point man with 21 point,
with only seconds: re die Tornadoes over die .500 since returned the favor. The The two losses leave die basket early In the quarter for shore. cored four straight/ points one
We made one shot mark with a 4-3 record. victory over Bell gave KH. a Baby Tornadoes at 3-5 for die BHS but Westbrook and Brown Sheldon Hodge was tied with a 10-foot Jumper, to close die
missed the other result Against Live Oak die Tor- 9-1 record making the girl cored a basket each to makea Golden to be die high point man game to 22-16 midway- through
<< ihe tie. nadoes >played> a generally poor KlI'. leading athletic team.A season The Green Cove Blue 20-18 GC score. for BHS with 14 points each. die second period..
die first conference tournament. may Devils poured It on In die third After a time out was called Jeff Graham was the highpoint
before tremendous Sheldon Hodge who scored
playing a be played in February man for die as he
the first period. Lake But defensive game In die final Kim BOIUMI wn. KJI'.'_"' cored 22 points for die 14 points In die game for BUS
started out pressing and period to Live Oak to scorer with 12 points and Chris Blue Devils. Reglnal West- added four points In the second
out to a 13-9 first quar. only *lx points while scoring Brokas second with 10 for the .' brook only other man In double quarter to six by Avaughn Golden -
lead. ,By the end of the night figures for GC. had U the leading BUS scorer
period' die Tigers ex 17.Bo1h Willie Newsome and Bell's high scorer was Brenda points. with 20 points to give the Baby

their lead to six 29- Jimmy Ricks each had six point Helms with nine points. Sandra The score board was almost Tornadoes a 27-22. halftime

each In !the final period to give Klnsey was second with six :; completely dominated by GC lead.

the second half the TI. the boost Tornadoes their needed points.High point girls for Keystone : ';,:Aii!; !: "....' .. third as they ouarter.sunk 18 BHS points scored In the court Live press Oak 1hrew'a against tough die Baby full

got Into tout trouble and for the 10-game season : I,,' .. Tornadoes In die third period.'
showing."W. forced _/:.cPt pressing Bradford had another good were Chris Brok wee. in?. .,.., < .. ij."r.e"I" ." 'f ;:\ only two seven baskets points because and hit of only cold It was die first time the Baby

outscored in the third night on the boards,grabbing 42 Debbie Bieasdale 100 and Kim .' ) Iirh: R. .,. ,,,i,1( ,,;",.'".,"" shooting. BUS eager faced such\ a press
20-12 as Newberry took rebounds. Jimmy Ricks and Bonner with 97 points for the : /,;.; Sheldon Hodge started die and LO almost shut diem out

lead for the first time. Bernard Williams led die Tor- season. .'" ..Wiilt.f. '',',." fourth period with a bucket for In the third period, outscoring
final period the Tigers nadoes In rebounds with 11 a- KH girls team Includes five ,. { .. \\, :':,:" BHS but was followed by six BITS 15-6 In the first four minutes -

back to outscore New- piece. Able Williams was sec- seniors Chris Brokas Debbie .. ...., ".'":," _\ straight points for CC to make of the quarter.
11-9 and tie the game. ond with nine nabs. Bieasdale. Kim Bonner, Annie ,, I.j'II. rtnlt.Ott ; :; ,,} : It 50-36. BHS In the final two
) came on
now stand 7-3 for could have Cardenas Kendall Turner. ';!''.'.'' ; :
"Our free throws ,,'. ... l BBS closed the gap to 12
,; 7 minute of the third period u>
/ \ with their only beat us If It wasn't for the Other team members Include points with 3:40: left in die score otghtpolnts to U>'. three
loss coming at the Jeamlne Wilcox, 11. Susan
breaks we had In die fourth period. They kept die same
of the Tigers. quarter and for our rebounding Smith. 11. Carolvn Jordan. In. ,', margin In scores until Terry but LO woo that' quarter 18-
<< Karen Moore and Gretchen: '\,
said Head Coach It.Conti'1llll1l
Newman 10. ; --, Hayes hit a bucket to make It the press. Into the
STATISTICS Mike Sexton. .t: 56-46 with 2:43 left In the fourth period Live! Oak outscoruil -
The Tornadoes sunk only two STATISTICS game. Jeff Graham made Ge'. BUS 189. LO tied tie..
of twelve free throws for a #
by Quarters: last points along with Eddie game up In tho first mlm'a'
: i miserable 13 per cent average. Scoring by quarters: Blalock's two points to end of the fourth quarter, then wont
13 18 B U 152 5.57 "We" were terrible from the KH.912913.43 the game. 60-48. ort' to outscore BUS 14-8 In die
line said Sexton. final five minutes to hand che
9 14 2 "Overall
> .O. this wasn't one or STATISTICS Baby Tornadoes,.,--their, fourth
our better We were a I ,
games. .
; loss of the season.
Dukes 4-6-14, Hudson KH Bannister 4-1-9 Bonner >
little most of the
ragged game
Mack 4-8-16 Green 2- 4-4-12 Baker Bieas Score by quarters: Despite die full court press
: Slrmona 1-0-2; Perry 5-1- but had"a real good fourth dale 4-0-8, Brokas 2-0-t..r 4--10.. To- BHS- 12 15 7 14 48 which should have made Live"
ao-irw.' quarter. tals. 18743. GC16 10 18 16 60 Oak draw more fouls, the BabY'
In die first quarter Bernard
oJI.' Bulldogs outscored BUS 17-8
Bell Hurst 2-0-4 Klnsey
Williams scored four straight
EoMnsotT 4-1-9. Craw- 3-0-6 Walker 1-0-2. Sander BHS Blalock 3-2-8 Gol- from the charity Hne'BILS was
4-8-16 Acreage 5-0-10. points for die Tornadoes as 102. Helms 339. Swalls den 3-8-14-Hayes 3-3-9, Jones down only one field, goal and
Bradford Jumped out to an early ...
Robinson S-5-15 B. Ro 1-0-2 Brown 0-2-2. Totals. p,1, y IOHodge 5-4-14 Sewell 0- was hurt more at t. charity;
4-1 lead.
4-0-8 Evan 0-2-2.To 11-5-27. .L o 1-1. Totals 151848.GC line.
Graham 9-4-22 West-
MalachI Henry added two
brook 5-1-11. Brown 4-1-9.
x rliQ more for the Tornadoes, M"Ed wainwright 0-1-1 Nichols 3-
Bellenger scored three
t 39. Totals 251060. BUS 17 10 14 9 50
straight for die Bulldogs to '(4'1i'AAII I",.,. .,, ''JlRj( LO 8 15 18 18-59
Postal Union Leaden Predict narrow the gap to two. 6-4.
I, Live Oak then began to work
ftMV 9 STCCu6 LIVE OAK GAME BHSBlalock 0.3-3 Golden
die ball Into their big 67"
: Get To StrikeAPostal Golden shown here .
They'll 'Right center Bobby Morgan. Morgan vaughn is in cUtp trouble. Brad- 9-2-20. Hayes 2-1-7 Jonoi )
'Uf then exploded for five points lord's J.V. could do nothing against the Bulldog's Live Oak poured It on In die ').a. lloduo! G-2-1t1 McMIl'.an! :
r.: and gave die Bulldogs a 7-6 strong full court press in the second half which cost them second half to hand die Brad- 102. Totals- 2-8-50. ,
Union leaders here (Endorsement( the right- lead with 6:30 remaining In the win.quarter ford JV basketballers their 3-3.9'
to-strike for all public employees LOSmith ;
predicted: today that Congresswill the opening period. fourth loss 59-50, here Friday Randolph2.2.6t
by national Cook 9-3-21, Mlxon 5-
extend "at least limited
a convention last month to beat BHS 60-48. with 6:20: ( left In die period night. Warren
right to strike" to organized In Florida for!> the first time Live Oak held the lead for Ed Watts second finisher In The lead exchanged in die BHS came alive and scored Bradford now stands 3-4 for 7-17 3-2-6. Totals
employees of the semi-Indepen In Its hUtory.not nearly five minutes before Bernard the 1971 Junior Golf Association firs period until Sheldon(lodge three straight points and a die ..eason.In .
dent U. S. Postal Service.Ed
((3) Support! at the same concept Williams sunk a tip-In Tournament won the 9- scored a basket to BItS basket for GC to close the die first quarter die Baby
Hall. General Presidentof by 70 l$ -I""I leader from a missed shot by Curd I hold flag event held this past with 4:10: left in put the ahead gap to 24-19. Tornadoes Jumped out to a 14-

the Start local of the A. from government,, legal, academic the Wblte period.with 1:57 remaining In Saturday, Jan. 8, at the iod. Both teams defense per kept Golden with 14 points for thenight 6 lead as Sheldon Hodge. Ivory ,e e, e
merican Postal Workers Union business and) union cu>;> Starke Golf & ,Country Club. the game scoreless. Until CC'. made three straight bas- Jones, and Avaughn Golden each
..based his prediction elM last month'at' the American Bradford maintained this onepoint'advantage'for Watts was followed by Ed Regional Westbrook hit hit for four points. Then Terry The/ football coach.Itn'Tloo,
a the tact tat more than 50.. \ AaMm'bb'' 'IICIIIIIartbaD ; the remainder Hazen In second place Terry followed by foul a basket kets followed by two foul shot Mixon made a'lay-up for LO* badly oft (f'/ h. has a mediocre
a shot
rteht-to-strlke bills will be educational symposium affiliated of the quarter as the Gaines 1971 overall, "point by Blalock to cut'die Devils last basket of the opening period afjente. a week defense/
pending on the docket of the with Columbia) University. period ended 10-9 with die Tornadoes leader finished third. made by Henry Nichols to make lead to 27-24 with little left while Hodge and Golden and a strong contract.USED.
on top. Craig Bryan the 3-hold it 12-10 with 2:45: left. In the Quarter.
new session of Congress: whenIt won each hit for two, to give Brad-
convenes In January.The ((4)) Refusal of the U. S. Supreme During the second quarter flag tournament for the younger -"-
Court b\#' a divided vote die Bulldogs began to press boys. -

leader of the big AFL- last October: 10 (consider the and kept within three points Twelve boys participated In
CIO affiliate here revealed that merits of question as raised until die final seconds( of die the tournaments. Another tour.

1 49 such bills have already been In long-psndlng'litigation by half when Bellenger connectedon ney is planned in the next few ::.... .'I:; f't 1 ,fJ! i'c { ,,'-, "' ./'- ':'>
II Postal Workers a 10 Coot Jumper to once # Ph '
the American weeks.
60 '
Introduced: : In the past days ; ; ''W.-:7Q '
V lff1IA ; '
alone by 43 congressmen from Union. ?> again narrow die lead to one. A, Junior Golf Association \ .ir11liJI\ \ : '

13 states, and the number he "But the biggest factor: of 22-2L meeting Is set MonUay.Jan.. < ''' \ .{Y/1" ;. ,, /-. JIlf ,, ,- I. "e;
added. 1* growing."It all." Hall L... ot""!* the mat- at 7 p.m. In the club house. ,
1s also significant," Hall ter of nlty: the Idea that Morgan led the Bulldogs In All boys who are membersof ;': It;
aid, "that backers of this leg- as Independent Mlf-sustaln- die first half with nine points the country club are invitedto ......:..: LI'

llslaOon are concentrated: : the lug utility i subject: to all provisions while wttti Bellenger eightIn was close behind attend. The age limit Is 7- ,,=,"'. I 111 la. J '," ')

nation's most populous areas
with 27 sponsors from Califor Relations Act.;',GIe U. S. Postal half Is needed, contact Randy Jonesat Ij!
picked where he had
ger up
ala. New York and Pennsylvania Service can no longer In the pro shop 9645441. a) jON.
left oft and scored four pointsto ,
conscience\ its
alone. They Include both : deny employees The Board of Directors will
Democrats and Republicans". the most fundamental\ right give die Bulldogs a 25-24 meet Thursday night at 7:30
of all the right to withhold lead 1:08: Into the third quar p.m. In the club house. All

Other sponsors include Congressmen their labo.." ter.Bradford board members are expectedto
back to
came right
from Alaska Illinois, ,/en attend.
tie It and'the lead went back
Maine Massachusetts Michigan. "We arefnoW subject to the and forth until late In the per Marion Harrington NEW AND
Minnesota Missouri New obligations of< workers in private iod. Willie Newsome then exploded -
Jersey. Rhode Island and Wisconsin. '
1 Industry 'under the National
for five
straight pointsto
Labor Relations Act and ever, wouldn't listen to their
Hall cited four major factors we are therefore entitled to give Bradford a 33-30() lead coach until the final seconds 1+
with 3:36
contributing to the new die remaining. when It wad already too late.
same 'privileges. Nothing At this time die Tornadoeswere I U U CARS & TRUCKS
trend: less than 'flrst-tclas citizen- In deep foul trouble and Bradford held the Bulldog to
shlp will 'suffUe for 700,000 serious only five points in the final
began sub.UtuUng.Bradford'
0) An all-out campaign by postal employees. Obviously lead did not last period while Jimmy Rick's and a.
: : Is Willie Newsome each added six
cow-7 a crowing recognition ,
for long as the Bulldog exploded
of this fait In Congressand with Henry close behJid/ with
ference In Washington which: for eight straight points
the public five. Three of Henry's five
among too.
drew more than 2,000 local: unIon Hall said. and took a 38-33 lead witha points came within the last 10 '

leaden. the minute third period.miry remaining in seconds of the rame.MOl'ian MUST REDUCE OUR LARGE LrJ ; "

.. 42. was the Bulldog's only ; _, .
William then came right backto high scorer in the second half .
.iJL w_ sink an eight foot Jumperand with eight. ,
Ricks added another Justas Morgan was the night's lead-
rcd the buzzer sounded a* die low scorer with 18. while teammate t tA
"I' ). Tornadoes closed to within one, Ed Bellenger was close .;1"\" .\
A." 3837. behind with 13 points on five t 'j .. '- .
buckets from the floor and three .

I n 4 Nr. In die final period, Live Oak from the charity; line Save H undreds Of hh
showed an Impressive full court Guard Willie Newsome led
press In die early going and the Tornadoes In scoring with /
caused several turnovers. The seven buckets from the floor
O Tornadoes showed an equally and one from the line for 15 .
4'I points. Close behind was team- It '
Impressive defense a* both '
teams had trouble scoring.With mate Jimmy Ricks also with Dollars NOW : : 1

4:53: showing on the clock.New- seven buckets from the floor > A\ '
AT THE come sunk a 15 foot Jumper to for 14 points. Bernard Williams ..' r.
was also In double figures for '\ '
n tie die game 41-all. Ricks then ; -.
tl added a 12 foot Jumper to give die Tornadoes with 10, point)
Bradford die lead once and for on five buckets. &: .
Bradford sunk 27 of 64 shot
r all. 4341.
geJA'...... ,i from the floor for a 42 per NO REASONABLE OFFER .
cent shooting
t an! Bradford allowed the Bulldogsto average.
score early In the quarter The Tornadoes, however could .
with 7:03: remaining and then sink only two of 12 shot.
01 held Live Oak scoreless for from the floor for a 17 per REFUSED
almost four and half minutes. cent average, the worst all

FRIDAY NIGH_ ;' Morgan's, l ybbrookee die 2:35: Bulldog remaining Live Oak sunk Tornado nine eager: of 21 U

scoreless icell. free throws for a 42 per' cent
average from the line.

Oysters :r HlIshill( the Live tough Oak Bradford Just couldn't defense.beat LO STATISTICS See Clyde Or Erntie TODAY For The

The Bulldog could manage only
one score In the final two and Score by Quarter-

HALF DOZEN | .o>O er DOZEN ONE -!. half minutes coming on a lay. Best Buy Yoit'H Get In .A111972TERWILLEGAR
up by Cliff Rile)'. BHS 10 B 1517 54
MalachI Henry added five LO 912188-45
more point and Newsome added
a key Op-la to put die BHS- Ricks 7-0-14 Williams
SHRIMP JtSlltnD game rem baring-. with only a 2-0-4, Newsome 7-1-15. !Berry
minute 1-0-2 WIDIam.II5-o-lo. McKinney MOTORS
With only a minute remainIng 102. Totals 26254.
and his team down by six

points, Law Oak' coach ordered LOMorgan 7-4-18. Bellenger

11TH lAUD rumo on mmcH nit mils team to begin fouling 5-3-13, Nelson .1-3. Riley 206 West Madison St. Phone 964-7200 Starke Florida \
Km TOSSED o_ In a last ditch effort. 1-1-3 E. Riley 2-0-4. Lacer ,

- The Bulldog player. bow- 204. Total 18-9-45.

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.::i 1 4 BHS Gridders !/ Straight In Big Surge .

Selected As 1971 .
Bradford lung the quarter.
oagers Bernard Williams and Able
made it three Williams each added another

straight wins this four points In the period as
Bradford Jumped to 44-34 third
All-Florida Star week by edging 54-45 period lead.

past Live Oak in the Keith Gainey kept the Blue.
Devil's from being blown off
fourth quarter and
the court In the third periodby
fourth quarter and scoring eight points him-

Bradford High School's fighting conference 35 tackles 8 assists and laid a sound 63-48 self.
"I wouldn't think that
Tornado>> footballer had anyone blocked: one punt. recovered
four player named to the 1971 would have as" many as nine Interceptions 35 tackles 8 assists whipping Tuesday on In the top of the fourth perIod -

Florida Star Conference All- Hurse added. recovered two fumbles and conference power Bradford scored six
Star Football team this week, "He plays his position very blocked one punt + straight points as the Tornadoes -
while two others received hon well and did a real fine Job Coach Billy/ Bennett of Pal Clay High. grabbed their biggest lead
.orable mention. on offense as well. He will 1 he atka South was named Coach Arc of the night 5034.

counted" on to do both ways next. of the Year In 1971. After his Bradford now stands 5-8 for Jimmy Ricks. Bernard Williams -

Running back Malachi Henry year. team ended the season with the season and 3-1 In the con- each sunk two free
and tight end Charles Wright Senior Farelon McClellan an 8-2-1 record. ference after winning all three throws and Ricks followed upa

were named to the offensiveteam also received honorable mention The Braves had an Identical nines since! the break at missed free throw with a
Brown while cornerback Ber- tor his play at offensive 8-2-1 record as the Tornadoes Christmas. Before Christmasthe f hook to give Bradford the 16
nard and linebacker Ver- center. with their only losses coming Tornadoes were.In a three point lead.
non Barber were named to the at the hands of Bradford game losing flump and stood 'T'c
'defensive team. "Farelon did an outstanding during Clay then began pressing again -
Job for us both offensively and tile regular season and to Wash 2-3 for the season.CLAY ; and closed to within

Wayne Teston received bon- defensively' ," said the Head ington of Fensacola In the state eight as Ownbey sunk four

orable mention at his defensive Tornado.. "I think that he was gay-offs. Palatka the 'tied Lake HIGH GAME straight free throws and added
; regular
safely; position and Fare- the best blocking center in the The season. BBS had sweet revenge Tuesday another 12 foot Jumper to put
varsity; gridders at BHS
night. the host Tornadoes the Blue Devils back into the
Ion McClellan at offensive cen did
conference and also a
are already hard
at work In the Clay County Blue 50-42 with three minutes
ter. fine Job at Ms defensive tac- their off-season program In ; c game. -
Devils 63-48. left in the
Brown and Wright are seniors while game.
kle position weighing preparation for next and
year The Tornadoes then turned
and Barberare
both while Juniors Henry,. only 160 pounds hopefully! the .Mate Champ Foul troubl. cent the Tornadoes on the 'steam once again and

."Th twn iwninra (Brown and "His biggest asset was Ms ionship. a win earlier this season walked away from the Devils
,Wright) will be missed a lot" speed and determination. He According to Coach Hurse, as Clay High edged Bradford with Bernard Williams leading

said Head Coach David Hurse. Is a true winner. When ever and the boys are in good spirit 83-77 In a Dec. U game In the way with four straight
hard at work with their Green Cove Springs. 4e
"Both played their positions the chips were down be was weight lifting-program. They points.

, well and were good team men. there to make the big play." should complete their first co- Bradford led ail the way as Bradford hit on 27 of 74
You Just can't run and find replacements Farelon had a big year witn lor level within two weeks. the Blue Devils only real challenge t shots from the floor for a 37
t for all-conference came In the second per- J per cent shooting average. The

I players." iod as Clay pulled within two e Tornadoes were only a little

.; Wright had sixteen points. better from the line, sinking
, pass receptions -
Just before halftime the Tornadoes 11 of 28 for a 38 per cent a*
ps: In the 10 regular MM-
, for 160 yards and Union exploded for .
son games
I a 10-yard per catch Tigers straight points and a five point Clay Hfarh sunk 20 of 35: free
half time lead. From then on throws for aSTpercentarerage

':"Before the season even the Tornadoes steadily walked from the line.
..began, Wright was considered away from Clay High In the -1
best overall said second half. STATISTICS
our. player, 57-56 .
Hur... "After the season I Edge "
Guard Willie Newsome led the as
think still the BITS 14 12 18 19 63
you say same.
"I think he Is the best blockIng Tornadoes and was.the game'sleading C.C. 9 12 13 14 48
with 19 point
tight end In the conference. scorer .Z
on nine'buckets for the floor BUS A, Ricks -"4-4-12': ."Williams -
Also.: If s not often you can and one from the Charity line. Li' 5-0-10. McKInney 0-2-2.
split a-tight end out-aa a wide By'.W ton Teamates Bernard Williams
White N.omeft'119
I receiver, but Wright had this sunk six baskets from the floor 011.1-0-2 ,
Berry Williams 6-2-14
ability.; and two from the line for 14
Barber Totals
102. 261163.
while Jimmy Ricks added another
Brown at Ms monster-man CC. Ownbey 3-8-14. Reese
, have dropped In over time. 12 and Able Williams 10
Nipping WlUlston 57-56 In
had a 0-1-1. Batle
position 42 tackles. 19 1-0-2. Gainey 5-5-
The two teams now stand 11 for the Tornadoes.Bronson.
cliff hanger which went downto 15 Houston 1-2-4 1-0-2
assists three Interceptions andblocked Delp ,
I for the season with Lake
the wire Tuesday night the Weeks Jones Els-
one punt. Brown also 2-2-6, 0-2-2.
Butler slipping by Newberryin
nabbed two more Interceptions Lake Butler Tigers won their the final 15 seconds: 65- wick 1-0-2, Totals 14-20-48.

In the Sunshine Bowl against second basketball: game of the 62 In an earlier contest {
Ocala Forrest.r week against one loss. (See Pap 8))

"Brown was a valuable player Wllliston Game
Homer Weeks' two foul shots
at his monster position,,,"
said the Head Tornado," and with 13 seconds left on) the Score by quarters- Tumbles BronsonJVGoes
will be missed a lot. clock, made the deciding difference Llv. Oak' full court press 'is shown I here putting the pressure on Brad

"Forty-two tackles for a Tuesday night as Lake LB12 20 13 12 57 ford_ s Curtis Whit.
Butler KHFive
monster-man Is very good." slipped 57-88 by conference -
rival Wffllston. W. 1215 8 2156
."He's the quickest player on -..
the club and should be quicker A fourth quarter rally by LBDukes 4-3-9 Hudson 3- Keystone Heights' young varsity Six-foot six inch Keith Galn- ,

next year" Coach Hurse said." Wllliston foil Just a point shortas 0-8, Mack 1-2-16. Green 4- ; cagers stayed with undefeated ey paced the Blue Devils with By Baby
With another 10 or 15 pounds Weeks sunk his only two 3-U. Weeks 0-2-2, Ferry 4- Bronson's fast run and IS points on live buckets from TIH.fl !
he'll be Just that much tougher. baskets of the night with 13 1-9. Totals 23-11-57.: shoot game for three quarters the floor and rive from the F- IndiansBronson
seconds remaining to give Lake before running out of gas and line. Teammate Jeff Ownbeywas
Malachi Henry led the Tor- Butler the go ahead point going down 101-77 In Keystone close behind with points.
nado offense with 823 yards on Lake Butler held a live point Friday night Eight of his 14 points came In

145 carries for a 5.6 yard a- lead at the half 20-15. after W.Calvin 4-1-0.' Edwards 1- It was the third time this free throws. stone's JV romped basketballers over 58-43 Key

verage. Henry led the Tornadoes the first period had ended In 02Doer 2-0-4-, Kales 11- season that Bronson has broken In the
throw line playedan Friday night Keystone
The free
In with TO'. a 12-12 tie. In the third periodthe 0-22 Taylor 1-0-2
scoring 13 James 3- the 100 point barrier, KH Coach the Indians
Important role in the Devil Gym, handing baby
extended their lead '1-7. Graham
for 78 points. Harris 1- Lyndle: KIrtley says. Bronson
offense as Clay High scored their fifth loss of the season.
Henry also led the TornadoesIn to 10 points, 45-35, before Wll 13. Totals 26456. had four men In double figures

punt returns with 343 yardson liston came roaring back to CHIEFLAND GAMEIn and hit 77 per cent from thefield 20 Defense points on and charity rebounding; shots. wasonce Donnie Wingate, a freshman,
11 carries for 31.1 yard a- score 21 points In the final quarter -
a in the second half. die key to the Tor- was KH's high point man with II
Friday night's game against again
to take a one point lead KH with 23
verage. Lewis Perry led Tornadoes and Lester Ketch and Daryl
Chiefland,, ItWllo'tmuchof nado win as the
until the final seconds. of the points Larry 22, .1 White scored 10) points each.
a contest u the Tigers started Tat18eahad caused turnover after turn-
"Malachi matured an awful lot game.In ano ,, Bronson had four of their
out and Jumped while committing very
pressing over .
In the last four games and has Bronson had four men in double with
players In double figures
the second half. Wllliston out to a 20-9 first quarter few mistakes themselves. Again "
become a tot more physical figures. Taylor led with 28 ,, Barnes highest with 14.KH .
to work the ball had outstanding
began Into. lead. Chiefland could manage the Tornadoes an !
runner" said the Head Torna 19
Ishle had 20
points ,
do. "Hell run over people now 6-5. 215 pound Wilson James only another nine points in the and Mayo 18. night on the boards was starting three freshmen -
around James, who looks more like second quarter to Lake But- nabbing a season high of 60, White
Instead of Just them. "They really burned up the Ketch, and Wingate,
'!j "At the first of the year a football Player than a basketballer. ler's 16 as the Tigers! tooka nets. We had to put new ones four more than against Baker "who are beginning to come)
Malachl set a goal of LOOOyards led tile two teamsIn commanding 36-18 lead Into up today" Coach Klrtley Joked High last week. around" says Coach Stefan Bro-
Iy\j for himself. He tell short because scoring with 22 points on) U the locker room at halftime. Jimmy Rids led the Tornadoes kas. "

\. of 1qIurIe /' buckets from the floor. In the second half the Tigers Monday.startedthre..sophomores on the boards with 15 Mark Mordent is KH'. floor

coasted along playIng and two Juniors. "I'm rebounds. Teammate Able Williams ( leader and a sophomore Coach
I' Malachi missed all but a few Ronnie Mack led the Tigers ; "
plays on offense In the Palatka In scoring with eight baskets everybody and still maintaining real pleased with the way our was close behind, bringing ; ql" Brakes says.

South game and missed over from the floor and two from close to a 2-1 scoring young boys hung in there," down 12, while Malachl Henry : !;;: :' .I went Into halftime
land Coach KIrtley said in a more grabbed 11. Keystone
h half of the Orange Park the line for 18 points. Teammates ratio. Willie Newsome got the ball ..'J. .' ahead 2523. But Bronson's'
"We're '
serious vein. coming: .
Boiies as well as theBowl Aaron Dukes and Dale down forrx.e.n.nd ; "
game "It 1s Just a
year : slowed KH down
along I believe," he added. rolling the right way for the I';'/ .. '' PId''i'\ '. .I court press
I game In Ocala. Green tallied 11 each for Lake ." said Tiger Head Tornadoes by sinking three : '. : .... .., .. and the visitors took a 38-30
Butler Coach Jimmy Thomas. "I think KH was only two points down .. '"
lead at the end of the third
"I think this year hi. goal everybody: has beaten them real 14-16, after the first period.At baskets In the first two minutes ..1::' """ ,, .. '_.. .'.
is of the bet- 12 : period.In
should be a lot higher, Hurse "WUllston one the half the Indians were of the game from 15, .". '''' .
said. "Say 1,500 ter teams we have played," bad."Bom Bennie Hudson and down five points, 41-46, after and 15: feet out as Bradford ..4'1". ; .. ( the fourth quarter Bronson
"He also did a One Job on 'said the Head Tiger Jimmy Dale Green did a good Job tor souring in 27 points to Bron- Jumped to a quick 6-2 lead.Bradford' kept widening the gap.
defensive at Ms cornerback Thoma.. "We're a small ball us in the first quarter." son's 30 in the second period.Bronson defensive KH plays two games at home
t tough J
club but we did a beckuva \ Bronson
position. beat KH 23-ie in the Oils weekend, meeting
b r Henry was second In pass Interceptions Job on ttte boards, somethingwe Lake Butler's 'Ronnie Mack third period and :32-20 In the the Tornadoes the boards out as to -' Friday night and Gl'IIOvtneSat-
for the Tornadoeswith haven't had out of all five was the game's leading scorer fourth. Jumped 10 point lead i ,I ?i urday. They do not play Tues
rave.Vernon. starters at the same time. with nine buckets from the floor Keystone plays Btvervlew of a the day.
It was the seventh win for 12-2 midway through quar- Jess-
tor 18 points. Teammates Bennie Jacksonville in the KH gym at STATISTICS
Barber was theteam's the Tigers In 10 starts. Friday Hudson added 13 points and 6:30: pjn. Friday, then hosts ter.
tackier with 65 night Lake Butler takes Clay County; then began to
leading Dale Green 11 for the Tiger Greenville at 6:30: p.m. Satur- Score
individual tackles and 36 assists. on powerhouse Hawthorne hereat effort day. Both nights will feature hull the pressure on with a by quartersKU1510813.43:

Barber ale o ptcked-up home. The Hornets are rated James Johnson led the Indians vanity; and Junior varsity; court of press Bradford's and took missed full Bernard Williams' basket gives Bradford a slim three BR 14 9 15 20 58
rive fumbles during the regular as the number eight Class In scoring with six baskets advantage point lead midway through the tacand period
season. AA team In the state. from the floor and another games.BRONSON free throws to narrow the leadto
In tackles Saturday night the Tigers travel GAME 12-9 with nine KH Mordents 2-2-6 Ketch-:
"Vernon led the team three from the chariiy line three points,
with 101." iW Hurse. to W. Nassan. total of 15. James Lawrence seconds left on the clock. for five straight: points 5-0-10. White 4-2-10. Wlngate,
for a KH 14 27 16 20 77 scored 12 points each. Ownbey exploded:: ..3-11, Stanley 3-0-6. Totals
"If s very good to shoot for was also in double figures to once again extend their lead
Lake Butler basketballers B16 30 23 32 101 Clay's A. J. Houston scored sunk a five foot Jumper 18743.
100 tackles and I think that he split two conference, .over for Chiefland with 11 points. three straight points and Own- two free throws In the early to five 26-21 at the half. BR Barnes 6-2-14, McHenqr

can do a lot better next under yearwith the weekend with a sound 72 STATISTICS KHHurner 8-0-16, Burke bey four straight to bring the going to bring the Devil's within In the second half the game 4-2-10. Daniels 5-2-12 Wood-

a year" of experience. 38 IhumplnK of Chlefjand Friday 0-1-1, Grayson 2-5-9: Perry Blue Devils back from certain two points of Bradford with became very physical. On almost Icy 4-4-12. Williams 3-0-10
his belt. being edged Chiefland Game 10-3-23, Bramon 2-0-4. Hen five minutes remaining in the every turnover a player
night defeat. Totals 24-10-58.
Barber's first at the third
It was year bbeetor'e hit the floor. Buring
derson 0-2-2 Turknett 10-2- sunk period.
for the7ornaaoe. 60-57 by In over Bernard Williams an
football their
playing varsity; time Saturday. Score by: Quarters: 22. Totals :321777. eight foot Juniper in the last Ricks kept the Tornadoes period Bradford extended C. e
.. The Tigers now stand e-J second of the quarter to pat going until the final two minutes lead to 10 on the hot hand of Hit, quarterback calla ,tht

Junior Wayne T.stone received overall for the season and 3- L.B.20 16 18 128 72 Bronson-Barnes 7.5.9Tay- Bradford on top by five, 14-9 of the quarter by scoring Willie Nesome.Newsomewas. diiehargtd prof.atonal, coach
honorable mention this 1 in the conference. The loss C'land 9 9 8 38 lor 12-4-28 Ishle 9-2-20. Mayo at the end of the first period.In Bradford's ar.tl.,. pointsin hitting from --.Pff..m 1l"IUItII"lall
defensive safety; positionsand to Newberry was tte first conference 8-2-18, Johnson 2-1-3. Green the second period both the period.In all over the court as the Junior 'vm* out la have bun meantu

was called by Coach Hurse the loss for Lake Butler ((5.. Page 8)) 3-3-9, Barber 1-0-2. Totals teams were cold shooting and the final minute Bradford poured In eight points dur- .a compUmmi. -
'finest defensive safety In the and was the second game they 48-17-10L Q
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Melrose And Waldo Were Thriving TownsJoined STATE PtNpFIOEML ,

By Steamboat Line In 1886 GO\1 ertJ4i1eNTLl -

Dear Sir:

The In town three of Melrose counties was(Ala-located Gainesville, the county east 60 cents. This Ii the projected Lambdin & Co., fertilisers. 1.. C. Doane lOft J. M. En- In on response December to 30 your,\you editorial failed

chua. Clay and Putnam)> hada on Santa Fe Lake where the terminus of the Green Cove John W. McRae general merchandise ale, 40| Robert Kite, 30 C. to mention two schools Geor-
counties of Alachua, Clay and Springs and Melrose Railroad McRae, schoolteacher M. McKiimey. 60 t
population of : two ; Miss ; J. 1.. NeaL gia. One is Gordon Military
350 hotels
Putnam Join each other at right which li only completed to Sharon surveyor 18 James
a cotton gin grist mill anda ; PhlUp Prloleau, ; 50; C. R. Junior College to which I belong
angles. front Green Cove Springs. and Justice of peace;Mrs. Sparkman 25 R. W. Surroncy. and the other Is Georgia
weekly newspaper with the The village site Is located: to 35 miles east of Fe TICS
Palatka TWman proprietor Santa 25; Thomas Webb. 15; E. C. ,, N TAgU1 Military College.
poetic name of "Day LIght"when
In the three above-named COI I- this) place and Green Cove Steele gristmill WYnn.20.
House; J. J. You will find no longhairshere
the "Florida State Gazet- SPEC
teer" was published for the tiesin' the post office, however Spring Is 32 miles northeast. and cotton gin; IJnIIHigh( ORANGE GROWERS: Go H.. and patriotism Is really
1886-87. the county of Alachua Cotton, oranges and vegetablesare School Prof. Bailey and Miss Ambrose 5.; A. C. Beckham. 7; displayed.The .
year Gainesville Is the nearest railroad the principal shipments. H. A. Vogel- W. T. Crhovae
A steamboat line made dally McRae teachers; 5J; Mrs. E. A. main reason Pm writIng -
trips Lake Santa Fe from express and telegraph Unimproved land sells at $10 bach druinrlst. nhyslcian. and Decks 8.; Baylls Earle, 5; B. this response is that I'm
Melrose over to with fare station and the shipping point. to $25 per acre; Improved at Justice of the peace; William B. Ewing 12; James Harris, tired of hearing about the
of 60 Waldo a Melrose has two hotels steam $100 to $150.Business d. Vogelbach fruits and veg- 7.; Jackson Bros.. 10; W. C. "long hairs" trying to over-
cents carrying passengers cotton gin and grist mill, five Directory: & Prloleau. Jones. 14
: etables; Vogelbach : Kite, 51; P. throw Institutions of higher
oranges, and other
pro tores and a blacksmith shop; Professor Bailey schoolteacher real estate agents; Wallack & C. Munich 10); J. W. Newber- learning and other radical I-
duce to the nearest railroad. a public school;Christian Con ; J. M. Barnett post Rider grocers; E. F. Ward, ry 4; George Reddish. t.; T. deas. The truth Is, there are

Other interesting excerpts gregational, Episcopal and Methodist master; M. Lambdln, proprietor shoemaker; M. E. Weeksclo, B. Smithy 9. S. W. Sp unman, some very fine young people
from the Gazetteer about early churches and a weekly Bay View House: J. C. general merchandise. 10; H. M. 'dills; TUUs & Wain. who wear long hair. TIlEY arethe
newspaper "Day Light"Mails Cade grocer; S, W. bans ORANGE GROWERS: H. Alderman T.
Melrose Include the following Wright; Wheeler. 8.; -Armour ones who clean up trashon
: by boat from Waldo Co., saw and planing mill; J. 50; Con Earle 40; 10; R. W. Campbell! 5; our beaches clean the birds
J. M. Barnett postmaster. dally except Sunday. A line of H. Fletcher. Justice of the A. Goodson, 20; Jackson & Son M. A. Gushing 5; C. R. l Dutton and other wildlife who have

Town was first settled In 1878. steamers runs on tile Santa peace; F. Fortner dentist; O. 25; F. McRae, 10; W. W. Pile 20; Ellas karle. 15L Thomas ? n been victimized by man's pollution -
Situated 18 miles northeast of Fe Lake from this point to Harrold, pointer; T. J. Jackson 10.; H. A. Vogelbach 10; E. K. Godby; H. B. Heath. t? -a. of oil spills and take
Waldo making dally trips;fare blacksmith and wagons;M. Whitehead, 10; E. W, Benham, 10; Isaac Johns 5.; S. J..Ken- active parts In other Important

10.; J. Fennel 14; P. Granger nard 15.; B. F. Livingston, 15; '" projects going on.
10; B, Keller 10; M. D. Maxwell F. Neal, 10; H. H. Pettitt. 6; THESE are the people who
20; W. H. Roads 10; J. W. Russell. 10; Mrs. F. M. are In the majority; and never
O. L. Whitcomb 50; John Wolf Sparkman; T. J. Spriggs 15; get any publicity because they

EDITORIAL 10. T. B. Tlllls, 10); Baron 'Van. VEGETABLE and Truck Farmers Lutichan; Thos. D. Williams. J'Q ;;: kind.

: A. Goodson, 3: H. A. 12. Just remember the next time
Hawkins 5; N. W. McLeod. 4; VEGETABLE and Truck Far- you take a crack at a "long

I John Goodson, 3BenJamlnJol-; mers: J. M. Eimls, 4.; G. W. hair" you will be cutting downa
nero 3.; E. B. Perry, 5; John Murphy 8.; C. C. Neat! 3i.Pe- lot of Innocent young peo
Wolf 3.Editor's. ter C. Mlnlch, 5: S. :Z.: Murphy file
( : note: Figures following 10; T. F. Spriggs, 8. TIME TO BACK-OFF Sincerely

BEA Proposal Needs Study acres names each probably man devoted represent tftfSW&Sf&t.. .:::m-4 Dale Johns'i'i. ::::-.:.:::::..:-.:.."....'.'.'..'..:::'..".,.,<:- 1
to that particular crop.) Y;
It' a w9Rtaa''!
By Martha Sue McCain
Local Parole A nil Prolmtum !

This seems to be an age of new Board Chairman Rodney Hall questioned The steamboat WALDO made trips .:v nI1fi1tUiffjjn) \ Home County Economics Extension Agent Office Gives Report For '71

concepts and one such Innovation was the wisdom of paying anyone from Melrose over Santa Fe &aJ1. / !: ..<.

presented last week InSchool the form of for NOT being Ill. and said It violatedhis and Little Santa Fe Lakes, -

a request to the Board from concept of the sick leave policy, through a canal and ()IInto The Starke District Office ing on both sides thus opening

the Bradford Education Association: whereby employes are paid when unable Alto Lake to Waldo at the other FOOD CLIPS chicken parts In a liquid suchas of the Florida Parole and Probation up more opportunities for more

that retiring teachers be paid for up to work because of Illness. end of the line. Waldo was than a As a crisp coating for meat bouillon broth, or orange Commission which supervises Jobs housing, and training than
with A
town more
thriving was previously possible.
120 of accumulated (unused) poultry or fish-use crushed, Juice, or a canned tomato product parolees probationers -
to days
40 businesses and professional unsweetened Add seasonings and and Mandatory Cendltional number of volunteers in Bradford -

sick leave. Another board member said he offices at that time cereal flakes or packaged ready-to-eat cereal choDoed: onion or men pep Releasees In Bradford, Union, and Baker Coun-

would not be opposed to some form Here Is the description from crumbs in place of breadcrumbs per as you wish. Try one of Baker and Union Counties reports ties have been very helpful

Teachers, like workers in most of severance pay or bonus for retiring the 1886-87 Gazetteer: or flour.Season crumbs ; chickeninaslnletrecipe that In 1971 32 new during 1971, in assisting with

businesses and professions, are en- teachers who had spent at least eighty; Population; 800. R.This T. Cowl Is with salt pepper and your your favorite cookbook () parolees were received, S3 new\ deserving cases. Some cases
ing postmaster. an need deal of assistance
certain amountof Inadvisability favorite herbs If desired or create a new recipe:, probationers: were placed under a great
titled to payment for a cent teaching career
per County Incorporated town, located at and enjoy some mighty good supervision and 15 MCR Re- because of the inability; of the
bonaflde illness but the suggestion Bradford ; but questioned the the head of the Santa Fe canal eating. leases were received. individual to make proper decisions -

of payment' of sick leave for retiring: ; of a lump sum sick leave and at the Junction of the Southern Dress up potatoes In tasty Fifty-two; pro-sentence investigations ,or to Jump to conclusions -

teachers who have had the good for- payment as requested by the teacher Division with the Central Lasagna freezes well either style.; Spark whipped potatoes were completed for without proper study
in health "bi ought Division of the Florida Railway before after Thaw courts In these counties and the beforehand. Matching him with
tune to remain good & Navigation Company's railroad or baking. In with crisp bacon crumbles.Topa
Keystone Heights Justice of an understanding volunteer
on more talk" among budgetconsciousschool group.BEA 15 miles northeast of refrigerator. Leftover lasagnacan steaming baked potato with a
him "friend"
Peace Court. gives a
also be stored in
President Steve Miller who the refrigerator ripe olive-sour
officials. the seat and cream dollop.
: Gainesville county;
for The beginning caseload for the selor who has no legal responsibility -
a day two
or Sprinkle piping hot trench tried
presented the request was advisedto nearest banking point. '
and tastes Just as good reheated potatoes with grated Parmesan District 41" Office of Starke ; toward him but simply -
For Instance translating the proposal have his group rethink the proposal Has express and telegraph as when freshly baked. cheese. as of Jan. I, 1971, was 140, Is someone who can offer
offices, a money order post and the caseload as of Jan L advice and friendship. Many
Into terms of added expense in terms of what it might do Apples impart color and :
office ten stores a cigar manufactory 1972 Is 159. thus reflecting a times this is a helpful
said that school finances In retirement
to freshness
Superintendent Tom Casey a heavy two hotels cotton gin, to winter meals. Be-
Increase of 19 cases dur- Ingredient the report said.
figuring a retirement-eligible teach- year, and "come again' a grist and saw mill and public Get all the flavor and food sure to leave the skin on the ing the year the report shows. Recently the Parole Com-
apple when dicing to add
er's pay at an average of $50 a day school. Episcopal Baptist",Methodist value from a piece of meat Waldorf Parole Supervisors attemptto mission and the prisons have
a salad to mix with
one who had 120 days of accumulatedsick Like the chairman of the board, and 1'recbyterianchur.chic : by using leftover meat In casseroles cabbage slaw or to combine assist Individuals under supervision been very much in the news,

leave would be due for a lump we too question the Dtiilosoohy of payIng and a weekly newspaper" salads sandwiches or with citrus sections( for a. In stabllztng their with considerable television,
sum payment of about $6,000. In years ,anjemptoye. ''tOt not being sick," the'Matte Waldo dally except as a flavoring for cooked veg- .fruit cup. varied lives,,counselingJhem;aloae, IIi j job 'mmfing.w.ft\ such-: radio and newspaper coverage ,
f rived etables. being given to the many Interrelated <}
when six to eight teachers might be btrtTlheidea of- "severance bonus" ..Sunday. : the snipping Winter pears ere now availAble Job adjustment marriage, finances problems. The Dis- '
: ,C bas: ) lump f .long-time tea'"chers'who have spent point for several -surrounding In food stores. Look for "
retiring alt :happeued.such the basic and vocational, V*,trlct 41" Staff, located on $
sum payments could run Into "bigmoney. most of their' careers In Bradford villages. There Is''a'' steam- Cornice.names For Anjou. Bosc and education, health'roblemsand ''''the second floor of the Bradford -

"-. close to $50,000. which isin County; would seem to have merit. boat running on the this canal to For variety in making potato fresh pear slices tasty lemon; treats Juice dip benefits available to them County Courthouse, will '
Melrose place.
amount to be reckoned with, even If within the board's realm of financial Cotton vegetables dally and oranges cakes mix the mashed pota- and place on a bed of crisp through other public agencies.The be glad to discuss the Parole .
local office also Instructs
role with those
ji these days of high finance. feasibility. are the principal shipments.The toes chopped with cooked slightly meat beaten or fish egg,, crunchy salad greens; or of top with a Inmates in prisons at Raiford members of the public who desire .I'
town Is a very prosperous -
and Lake Butler as to parole more information.
one, and ranks second In or grated cheese. celery nutmeats and ripe 0- conditions cS
prior to their release S
Importance as a shipping point lives blended with a little
to places all over this
I A Reasonable Request In the county.; Lands in the surrounding IDE APLENTY mayonnaise. and other states. Additional Fake Charities 1

country yield remunerative Five favorite foods are listed SPLIT PEA SOUP ly; those cases coming out on PublicThousands 1
.. field crops as veil as as plentiful' January: apUtpeas. MCR are Interviewed to AIe- Costing
me recent request ny aiacnuaCounty At L me suggestion seems wen founded fruits and vegetables.The priceon broiler-fryers and potatoes -\ One large potato 2 carrots lnt them In setting up plans $$$ I
; Commissioners that Bradfordand In view of the fact that all lakesIn lands Is $2 to $25 per acre. products apples and winter 2 stalks celery.1/2 small onion on the outside.

Alachua work closely togetherIn the area are becoming thickly populated Business Directory: pears 'inat's a lot of good 2 quarts water. 1/2 cup dry Large caseloads for each supervisor t
G. H. Auburn, notary public; news for interested In split peas 1 tablespoon fat I particularly notice- Phony charity; drives are gypping
regulating new subdivisions on lakes with the ever present possibility Floridians out of hundreds
A. C.Beckhamjueticeotpeace; food. tablespoon salt pepper to taste. able in the urban dilute f
areas -
which lie between both counties seemsto ;, that some septic tanks will be R. W. Campbell real estate Steaming hot "pease-por 1/2 head cabbage.Cut the effectiveness of parole of thousands of dollars annual- .

be a reasonable and fair suggestion. Improperly Installed or improperly agent and notary public; Rev.J. ridge" or split pea soup if up potato carrots celeryand probation and MCR supervision ly according to Secretary of 4

located with the danger that some A. Castel, pastor Methodist you prefer really hearty appetites onion. Bring water to boll. thus tending to deny State Richard Stone who has
pollution will ultimately find its way Church; Isaac W. Cotton,watch especially on blustery Add dry split peas fat, salt to the Individual case, the personal announced creation of a task !
force to crack down on the
and optician and
maker Jeweler vegetables
The Bradford board has taken the into die waters of a lake. In the case James H. Davis meat market; winter days. Serve It In pepper cabbage.. Cook for 45 minutes.except for effective attention guidance he should and have Illegal organizations.
request "uncleadvisement" and will, of a lake, such as Santa Fe, with Ransom T. Howling, postmaster few mugs sauteed or bowls weiner topped slices.with a Cut up cabbage and cook 15 seling, according to the District -

In the meantime, work with Alachua half of the shore line in Bradfordand John Dozier express Skillet cooked chicken Is easy minutes more. Makes 6 serve Office. :stone's office Is responsible 5

County; on any situation that might half In Alachua, it would defeat telegraph and station agent; and savory. Simmer brownedOur ingsCounty Hurried and Ineffective supervision for enforcing Florida's -J

arise affecting the interests of both the purpose of one county's; regulations Sarah C. Entenza fruits and creates a lack of charitable solicitations law J
vegetables confectioner and confidence In rehabilitation, by which requires all charities to I
counties. unless the other county also l
cigar manufacturer. the Courts, the general public register with the Secretary of ,
abided by the same. set of rules. Ned E, Farrell, real estate and the offender. 'Ineffective State and provide financial ;
In a letter to the Bradford Commission agent and mayor; Ferguson 'supervisory controls statements showing where the }

Chairman Ralph Cellon Jr. Bros. (D, 1.. and J. T.>. gen- Agent News contribute to repetitious criminal money goes and how It spent. j

of Alachua said, "Uppermost In our County;, Sanitarian Jack Trawick eral merchandise Wells 11. acts by those under supervision .
J. B. Granger
Fuller lawyer
program to stem the tide of pollutionis told the Commission at its meeting photographer; ;Adam R. Hall By Bobby L. Taylor because of their A task force of 20 state a- $

a requirement that all future developments last week that a new state law requires general merchandise David conscious and subconscious gents are checking on Dade ;
unusually warm weatherhas firmly by hand or with water.Then awareness of the Inconsistencies and Broward Counties this week '
of land adjacent to these subdivisions "of any size" to Hamele restaurant N. A.Harris ;
add the remainder of soil and lack of
brought about a lot of out therapeutic after already halting 83 unregistered >
bodies of water must be served by Install a sewage treatment system.It saw mill and; Dillyard manufacturer Hicks, door activity; for this time of leaving a dish around the plant. guidance. With the acceleration charities in the 2
an effective sewage treatment sys also Increases the size of a lot carriage, livery wagon and sale stable year.Lawns. The plant should be watered of parole releases the average Tampa and St. Petersburg aI

tem. required for a septic tank from 8,000to and undertaker; John B. John- pastures and other quite frequently until It begins parole caseload Is com- rea. }

20,000 square feet, the sanitarian son, proprietor "The Waldo outdoor areas reflect this in to grow. posed of higher-risk Individuals -
He asked that Bradford and Ala their appearance and condition. requiring a greater a- "
and W.
said. Advertiser lawyer; mount of supervision in orderto Stone displayed boxes of can-
chua counties agree on a common J. Jolly druggist, physician, Many\ lawns without ryegrass effect some modification of day sold on the West Coast .

standard to regulate land developments "It won't be long until subdivisionson and surgeon.J. had or other to be winter mowed.grasses Camellias have Many of our strawberry growers behavior leading to productiveand under the name of "Inner-City; '.
S. J.
B. :>
livery Youth
Kennard said that
around lakes where the two counties lakes will be required to have Kennard. notary public;B. F. have been abundant and have are picking some of their law-abiding lives the report this non-existent Corps and '
have boundaries. "To do treatment he added.In ; made their worthwhile. first fruit. said. organization :
common sewage plants, Livingston, notary public; Rev.J. care was an'example of such abuse I
otherwise would simply result in developers L. Lyons pastor Presbyterian January Is a good time to Plants are advanced growth The Volunteer Program recently "There Is no such charity; $
for this time of We can'ttell Inaugurated Involved the
In adjacent counties Imposing the meanwhile It would appear Church; Madison B. transplant fruit trees If ornamentals have wantedto and Just what this year.will mean "man-ln-the street" more In he said "and the children who :J
into waters which being for Bradford and Alachua Mann, master transportation of you sold the candy door-to-door 4
pollutants are advantageous start a dooryard orchard, for us later In the season, the rehabilitation of offenders
Southern & Cedar Division "
protected by Alachua County for the Counties to work together on a probe of F. R. & N.Keys Co.: Rev.- you still have time to make especially If we get extremely and promotes more understand- were being victimized. ..;.

use emd enjoyment of its citizens," lem that Is of mutual Interest to Mosely pastor Baptist Church; and follow through with your cold weather while the plantsare '"
the neighboring commissioner wrote. both. Rev. O'Brien, rector Episco- plans this year. No fruit Is better loaded with fruit. DinnerTheatreMarch Stone said that his staff Is ".
pal Church Edward Renault, than that you have grown Growers are doing an excellent working on criminal prosecu- ,Y
Renault; House Leon" yourself and picked the Job of controlling weeds, Of Dimes tions against some of the or- :
proprietor Renault, physician and surgeon; ; tree at Its peak for flavor and Insects and disease. I saw one ganlzations already uncovered f
ripeness. Held with the two-spotted mite. He warned the public to be :
L. Renault & Co. (L. Renault
'Benefit Slated"You're .
and J. B. Mobley) druggists.Mrs. Many fruit trees will grow In This Is the mite that Is difficult sure of the credentials of the .

M. E::. Robinson, milliner our area if we are careful to control. If you have organization and the person doZ i
The Bradford County ; Carl Schmidt, proprietor in selecting the site Figs this mite get on a Kelthane a Good Man, Char Ing tile soliciting before malting ., \

Sunny Side Hotel; W. W. Spark- grapes peaches pears black. spray program) loon as possible lie Brown. directed by Rich contributions. .*. s sy t

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ? man grist and ginning mill; berries blueberries plums,. and try to get good cov- ard Jockel, will be presentedat '..
Philip W. Terry grocer; Hamilton and even some varieties of citrus erage to the bottom of the Starke Elementary School
1879 M. Tlllls, general merchandise have been successful If leaves. January 28-30 as Bradford I
fheBiWe ; Thomas B. Til Us, possible select a site that has County first dinner theatre. My Neighbors

general merchandise: Wiley good soil and air drainage with C. The production and dinner .. ..
Tlllls city; marshal bell :B. some cold protection.Once will be a benefit performancefor ...
; -==-
God's free gift is the Llf Trim, barber; Waldo [louse. you have chosen a variety W.'". been getting calls recently tie 1972 March of Dimes 1"It a
of the bestowed w Weeks ; that has been proven In about fire ants In the Drive. Tickets for the dinner.
E S S Ages, pon us D. Young proprietor; *
Ftp R i p In Christ Jesus our' LordA .- Bros., general merchandise; our area you are ready to Lawtey area. theatre are $4 per person. The -***-*** f I
the The We with dinner will be catered by Holiday
George A. Wenzel bakery WU- prepare planting area. are checking the 65W "
(Acts 6. 23.) ; ;
S S 0 t' T 0 N liam H. West boot and shoe planting hole should be dug Dlvison of Plant Industry to Inn of Starke. = 'J.
maker; Ransom M. Wllllami large enough so that the root see what can be done to prevent The following persons can o
,, As He promised In the days manager A. R. Hall;G.M. Yan- system Is neither crowded,bent their spread our Coun- be phoned' for reservations and .".
when He walked among men, cay teacher. nor broken. Plants should be ty.; As soon as we get a reply tickets: Friday Jan. 28 per
Christ Jesus .is with u" today COTTON and grain planters: placed exactly upright and at well try to get the word to formance- Mrs.Joe Cissy, 964- ..
the depth they stood In all those who 6093; Saturday Jan. 29Mrs.. I
E.L. MATTHEWS eJltor-Publlih.r when we open our hearts to W. 1.. Ambrose, 20; Peter Bai Bare are concerned
the with this destructive ,Hank Green, 904-6640andSun- '"
Him In faith und devotion, lay 50; S. 20; W. J.DrookJ. nursery.A pest. In "
Published each and entered Second WEB
Thursday Jan 30rfomanceMrs.
as : 30 Donaldson. small amount of complete the meantime. If you\ have day I Is
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida when we I low Illmim He. loved: 20); Henry Hughes, 30 Daniel fertilizer such as 10-10-10 mounds In your lawn or near Charles Darby 964-5512. :
under Act .f March 3rd, 1879. ua. Mncrlflvinff: our nelfwllland Lane. 50 F. Neal. 30; : Goo should be mixed with the soil livestock you can dust The dinner will begin at 7 -*- ...
Subscription In trade arear I year, $5.00; Outside ..seir-lndulxeiu-e 1111 tiny Richardson; 23; Abram Robin) from the hole. After setting the mounds With a 5% or 10% p.m. on Jan. 28 and 29. Sun was all that his family. ::2 1

trade area. : 1 year, $5.50. token of the ""<<::1'11II.\ son. 1$; J. Sullivan, 15.; C. 1.. the >plant fill the hole about chlordane dust to control the day's matinee dinner beginsat left for faU UM today, I'll :J

made for us on the Cross.?' Thlgpen, 25; William Blrt, 20; half full of soil and pack It ants. 12:30: p.m. !

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. . . . . .
MUSICAL TREAT . . . ... . ..
time plant our gardens, and LINDA 0. COX
The Choralalm of Btbl freeze yet! We have really
no NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR and file the with the
Baptist ,Seminary Arlington. original
enjoyed this mild winter, so are follows:
Texas, sang at PIne Level Sap- windshields and .. ',. -' Steve Starling, Jr has made TAX DEED as Year of clerk of the above styled; courton
fir-- : No. 28
no Icy Certificate ,
\ bet Church; lut Sunday* mom- ,,' Application to the Bradford NOTICE IS or before January 24th,1972J
no real cold mornings to! tack : Issuance 1968.Description.
"; Inc. The church was ,packed le. "iF: "c Count Zoning Board for re- that Robert Scott the holder of Property; W otherwise a Judgement may be
. and this special musical treat cation of the property of the following certificates has;
j : Remember folksChoir r entered against you for the
50' 'of W 150' of W 1/2 of
below filed said certificates for a
was described from RIB to
greatly enjoyed
Practice this .Sunday morning tax deed to be Issued thereon. Blk 44 Lawtey E of ByName relief demanded In the complaint
There were about 30 '
young 9:30.: Please be on time In which assessed Mid or petition.
singers and at one o'clock: E 1, Nl/2 of SWI/4 of NWI/4 East The certificate numbers and my hand and the
State HomesAll
the young people) of the church offload' & NI/2 of SEI/4 of years Issuance, the description sealfolffEsSaiid Court on December
NWI/4 Ex 5-A of the property, and the of said property beingIn
served them dinner In their lying Along 20, 1971.Gilbert .
:youth building. Towns In Area W Side of New St. Rd 301 names In which It was assessedare the County; of Bradford,Stateof S. Brown

Some of our folks have already Show.IncreaseIn ;'rBIRTHDAY All in Section 28 Township as follows: Florida. As Clerk of said Court
Unless such certificate
made plans for"Texas 5 South, Range 22 East Certificate No.3, Year of or By: Beulah M. Moody
certificates shall be
Smoke TaxA This change In classification Issuance 1969.DescrlpUon.
whan they finish high school. to law the As Deputy; Clerk
according property
u is' subject to a public hearingto of Property: ;
Sunday School attendance vms (Court Seal
: y be held on Tuesday, January Com let N, Line & Ely RI W described In such certificateor
way up last Sunday with a total 12/30 4t 120NOTICE
o( 239. Wake up, people area towns showed substantial -. b 25 at 7:30 PM in the County of S. C. L, RR. S. Par. to certificates will be sold
PCB S 105: ft. to the highest bidder at the
Come on out to church. Increases In cigarette' Commission room at the RR 105 Ft for
tax collections for October lrn.a. Bradford County Court House E on S. Line Blk 57325 court house door on the first OF APPLICATIONFOR
which time all Ft N Par to RR 105 Ft W. Monday in Month of February,
YOUTH RALLY compared to. the same month f'J at persons Interested TAX DEED
Is the 7th of
1972 which
Around 30 young people) of In 1970. shall be heard for or to POB. NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN,
':' Pine Level boarded the church The amount collected for each: against the proposal as specified Name In which assessed I). February 1972. of December that Leona Royal the holderof
Dated this 30th
-' bus and went to Highland Bap- town Is given In the following In the Zoning Code of S, Bonding Ins. Co. day -
list They all enjoyed a good order Oct. 1970 Oct. 1971j Bradford County.; All of said property being GILbERT 1971 the following certificates has
"', program' and the speaker from fiscal year through October I John Torode, Chairman In the County; of Bradford State S. BROWN filed. said certificates for a
Clerk of Circuit Court of
FernamUna Beach. The cup Brooker: 9220.03 9317.17; t Bradford County Zoning of Florida. tax deed to be Issued thereon. -
$1,596.85. ----- Board Unless such certificate or Bradford County Florida The certificate numbersand
M usual went to Magnolia of
1/13 120NOTICE certificates shall be redeemed! By: Beulah M. Moody. D.C. years of Issuance the description
Lake City; Bro.Glenn's church. Hampton:: $448.35. 515.60; CELEBRATIONFOR LUNCHEONMrs. 2rp -
1/6 4t 1/27
according to law the ,property of the and
' Folks If you have any barns $2.870.37. MRS. HODGES ; property
around your house please check' Keystone Heights: 1693.95; Mrs Mamie Hodges celebrated Ann Klelnman entertained OF ANNUAL described in such certificate the names In which It was assessed
$1.765.84' 1280542. with luncheon on Thurs or certificates will be sold are as follows:
them carefully because someone 88th anniversary
her birthday MEETING OF MEMBERSThe
might be hiding there. lake Butler: 9l.965.95; $2- with a reception given at day, Jan. S, The dining table to the highest bidder at the> Certificate No. 153, Year of
was covered with a red llnnn annual meeting of FirstFederal In The Circuit Court Eighth Issuance
first 1959
door the ,
$13,266.36.Lawteyr court house on Description of
Mrs. A. B. Char 103.21;
Whitehead the home of her son and daugh
lotte WhItehead, and Susan $708.65.$771.18;$5,- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Evan cloth with white hand embroidered Savings of Starke and will Loan be held Association Monday In Month of Febru- Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn Property, Lot 3 Blk 2 In Lt
and Bradford
County &
cross-stitching. The centerpiece 1972 which Is the 7th day Cos SID
Madison 05913.:
Faulkner were visiting Hodges, on Sunday afternoon, 2:00 January
Stark*' 8519.98 $9,191.14<1.' was an arrangement at : p.m. on Thursday, of IRebruary,1972.Dated Name In which assessed Wll-
Street Baptist Church last Friday !- ; Jan. 8.Pictured. 20 1972 at
the office of CIVIL ACTION
of Pink Perfection camellias.Those this 3rd day of Jan helmenla Brooks.
.: night. The revival service $52.000.21. above are the "five the association 393 West Madison Case No. 1242
:\: 'wu real good,' and they met Walwr ;$729,87, $86S.0S.;. generation enjoying this e- enjoying this luncheon Street Starke uary 1972. All of said property being
Florida. GILBERT Elsie Smith Ast, wife, Rob- In
beautiful '5 122.76. with the hostess were: Mrs. S. County; of Bradford State
nice at this Mrs.
people) vent
many church. For Florida as'a whole cigarette ee (seated)); .tandQoftnio Lucv Edwards. Mrs.Flo Quick- Ruby Johns, Secretary2t Clerk of Circuit Court of ert Peter Ast, Husband, Plain- of Florida.
tax collections for last rlrtit Mrs Vela Hunt and sail, Mrs. Shirley Comerford : 1/13 Bradford County FloridaBy tiff. Unless such certificates shall
Mrs. Inez Green Mrs. Louise Beulah M. Moody D.C. NOTICE OF SUIT- be redeemed according to law
NEW ARRIVAL October Increased more than a daughter, Vellta Montlne (TIna) :
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez. million dollars over October Mrs. Vellta Lovelace, andEvan Wood t Mrs. Wynelle; Vlckeryand NOTICE 1/6 4t 1/27 the property; described in such
Robert Peter Ast P. O.
1970. The total distribution Mr.. Linda Cox. : certificate or certificates will
Jr. became the proud parentsof of Hodges, all of Brooker
184. Freeport, Long Island
an adopted daughter* Rhonda $10,974,686 represents a 13.15% The dining table was covered The stockholders of The Community New York. be sold to the highest bidderat
Sue, on December 17..She was Increase In. rates over 1970. with a white lace cloth. Birthday PERSONALS ; State Bank of Starke, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- the court house door on the
I Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hayesof NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR first Monday In Month of February
born Co December 4 and Is figures. cake was served from this Starker Florida, will hold their FIED
that action for Dissolution
Albuquerque. New Mexico TAX DEED an 1972, which is the 7th
getting along tine Approximately. 66-1/2 million I table while punch and coffee annual Meeting at the banking of Marriage has been
visited with Mr. Hayes'brotherinlaw NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN day of February, 1972.
packs were sold In the Stateduring were served from another house of the Community State
: PERSONALS October 1971, as compared -' table. Arrangements( of mixed and sister, Mr. Bank of Starke,Starke Florida, that Robert Scott the holder of filed against you Robert Peter Dated this 30th day of December -
1. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and family the following certificates has Ast and you are required to 1971GILBERT
Mny Crabtree's niece, Mary to about 65-1/2 million Jan 28, 1972 7 O'ClockCOMPETITION
: camellias were used to adorn of written
recently. U20 filed said certificates for serve a copy your S. BROWN
In packs In October 1970 PM. 3t
Smith was injured Increase
an ac- an ..
cldentJa; Saturday night of 1.5%. the tables. Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Hayes tax deed to be Issued thereon. defenses If any to it. on the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Mr.'and Mrs. Leon Renfroe Mr. Hodges was born In and family of St. Augustine The certificate numbersand \ plaintiffs attorney,whose name Bradford County; Florida
Georgia on Jan. 9, 1884. While Christmas is now open and address Is R. Franklin
spent with Mr.flaye' years of Issuance, the description Beulah M. Moody, D.C.
of Ocala
were recent overnight still a young girl her family for the Ten Silliest Lists ofTen Bitch, P. 0.. Box 1113. Gainesville -
brother-in-law and of the property; and 1/6 4t 1/27
visitors of their stators Mlsaes hF Old 1 Whatevers of
inch I moved to Florida. She has remained the year. Florida
,;., Pet and Eula Norman. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Har the names In which It was as- ,,
In Bradford County;
Earl Nichols rell and family.
Mr. and Mrs.
ever since.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kelley
of Lake Butler Sunday
She was married to the late
of have
dinner guests of their daughter formerly Brooker
and had
Hodges they
:. Mrs. Faye Whitehead moved from Worthington FRESH
. three children) Evan Hodges of to Orlando.
Weekend. guests of Mr. and Springs FLORIDA GRADE'A'
Brooker t Mrs. Melba Ree
/ Mrs. Rodman Reddish were Rains of Archer, and the late STARKE'SLOWEST
: their lon-tn-law and daughter,
Lucretia Green
of Brooker.
.,. Mr. and Mrs. Merwln. and an- The Brooker Elementary PTA
About 60 friends and relatives
,,: other daughter Mrs. Jo Ann "fhe penon who smiles flirt Hodges will meet Tuesday night, Jan.
called to wish Mrs.
Johnson. all of Jacksonville.Well -from hU heart-I. usuallythe 18, at 7:30: pun Prior to this
J ,. folks. It will soon be lad to be lonely." a "Happy Birthday. meeting the executive committee .- FOOD
will meet at 7 am. Plan 7
I -
to support your school.bv at-
" tending this meeting. PRICES !

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:' 320 S. WALNUT ST.



W6 On TheSquare

of Gainesville. ', t I

1 e.. 1 G R 0 U N D
of""J". :'v'>1. : : !. NOTICE '& ROUND SLICED 1/4 _

SemiAnnualStocktaking Mark V. & Vernon E. Olin
has made Application to the STEAK PORK LOINCHOPS A :

Bradford County; Zoning Board
for reclasslflcation of the property 1 JfieSk

; described below from Rl- tiSli !
A to RI-C.
That Part of Wl/2 of NWl/4 $119 B 3 LDS 59 t

of &1/4 Lying SE of St Rd ..' i !
S100-A & NE of Co. Gr. Rd. & OVER LBla
& Beg 717.93 N of SW Cor '
Of El/2 of NWl/4 Of SEIN /t ivtwotnow Micrrwuwr low.'mat,.
310.72 to S R/W of SR
S 100-A S R/2 83' K & G Whiting29t
Nely on ,, .
tiDes E 238.95 Swly 281.- (SMOKED BONELES
62' to PCB & Par Desc In Canned
OR 76-131 All In Section 30,

ClearanceStarting Twp.) 6 S,, Rge 22E BACON

This change In classification Is
subject to a public hearing to a

be held on Tuesday, January ; :),<>? *> rttlaa
25th at 7:30: PM In the County;

Commission room at the Brad- "...,.,.,
ford County; Court House at COMPARE :: tO' I BONUS PACK
which time all persons interes-
ted shall be heard for or a- Frozen Waffles ':0Ra; : :' 10/$1/ i IVORY ((10 FREE OUNCES)

galnst the proposal, as specified ..
Monday In the Zoning Code of Brad Mrs. Smith's Pies .OI.A..O' .;. :. 93c 32-OZ. BTL

ford County.; Morton Frozen Pies IB.'.,01 II Oi COCONUT M4CH 3l4l/

, JANUARY 17 AT '9:30 A. M. Board Bradford John Torode County, Chairman; Zoning Coffee Banquet Rich Cream Pies"". '.."': 47c/ ; L I Q J I D 6 0

I 1/13 2tchg 1/20 Frozen Coffee Rich .v.:: :. 24c I

Frozen Orange Juice 7'r, ::::: 5/89c/

en e un unf0 Ie
Save 1/4.1/31/2 More Pantry /_ _101 001 SILVE* FLOSS _I" IT

I e 17 iT

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when I-
This storewide clearance sale -
is a' -JI' ,.., \ UBBY'S SPECKLED 1 ....IIe1.IM..1/ 1 Golden Ripe : FLORIDA FRESH
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Wilson's cleans house of odd lots broken E. FRIES

Pole, 3/$1 2:29c .. :

sizes & color ranges and manufacturer discontinued 'Abed "1'aIII Qa.u_: ---------- --.---none----- I .'i. '" !"-";;r -
: ORANGE l!11Nrtl'l+' -
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"New package policies are .ttE3, .JUICE.... ..... .. MEATDINNERS I 3 Pint 97
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, styles, so ,shop early while selections appearing and for wholesalers.offices!! ), retailers 5/89 ; ...:.. 38 I I .NI vc" i1 :>:1>;J9Htmtr C 0 tfStun Bax.

They combine theft, public
: are good. Charge Everything on liability, and a great number GOOD 7 DAYS A WEEK BONUS IPa1SH fiRM HEADS I FRESH FLORIDA
of optional coverages BUYS GOOD THRU JAM 19 19/2 I

with broad fire coverageat QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I iCABBAGE.............,. 7 -lORANGES .S..3!

SHOPWILSON'S a 10 per cent to 20 percent > urn( nta l hA IhAJlA'il1'I I 'iII4p1tr'1;i4 IONUS Burt 'mi mr itw man mirwr itw ma n mi rm w MICIV

premium saving.Doe .
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the Charley E. Johns A.. VIVA
rency Invite bualne' DAISY FRtlDriStt TOWELS |. .Tral.Ca.i.Liners| .

firma to consult about a STICKS fclMASivrirMF

these new package policies 10 s.o 49cLI
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OF GAINESVILLE Charley E. KM*men 11 rtiruv urn ma 11 mw4* i w met M mtrtjr i w nitit BONUS*.OJtTMMIlM. BunIf0ui mir irtwfticrt

Monday Saturday 9:30 A. M. 9 P. M. BREAD -

131 So. Walnut St. .
Phone 944-5078 99' 2 29c

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Hospital To

L Open March 1 An investment in Your Future

_ .. ____ ___ William Thomas chairman
> Hrsxaaae e
u. General Hospital
Trustees the .Union, predicts that the new Its 1M iD ,., 111I

W. E. $800,000 facility at Lake Butler
TaylorWalter ; Il
will be open by March L I TIllCONGREGATIONAL \

E. Taylor Sr., 89, The, prediction on the transfer depend.of,Jurisdiction however -- UJ DB UJlOJ! \ Iltt ftr ester jonrtretuw It, dam win par Hurt bt .luni

of Starke died Saturday Jan. from the Union County .- .... __ ,_ ..- """'....,."" ......._.... ., ._. .II.,
8, In a Gainesville nursing ham Commission to the trusteesby '' ..'i. 1iiW .__,,!MniJ.. iJl'ljil.n. T !i IT m ilmftlfl'iII' !! TIfI1 Wi'f'a'E.CHURCH ;;;mwl -. ,
after a long Illness. He was ;
on Sept. 29, 1882, and had livedIn agreed to have the papers CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE

Starke since 1922. He wasa accepted ready.by The federal hospital and state was Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship logon 11 a.m. Trtilnlng Sunday Worship! 9:45 a.m.; Schedule of Services:
retired light and water com- lending authorities last May: Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Services, II a.m. and 7 am.Evening Worship Morning 11 a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
pany engineer. subject to correction of some Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wed- 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- Service 6 pjn. Evening: Worship Morning Worship 11 ajn. Even-
Surviving is one son W. E. nesday 7 Ladles vice 7:90 Everyone wel- .
minor deficiencies.The 7 p.m.Thursday. pjn. Bible pjn. 7 pjn.Tuesday ing Worship 7 p.m.
Taylor. Jr., of Starke;two step night Prayer MeetIng Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church come. Prayer Meeting 7:30 All other evenlngs-8 pnu
: daughters, Mrs. Mandy Grlf- Commission meanwhile 7:30 p.m.David located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor pjn.
fls and Mrs. Cora Hardman. retained title as It negotiated Hodges Pastor 18. -Rev. VV.B. Chauncey. pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
; both of Starke two stepsons, with the contractor to make the J.P.H. Bell, minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
; Clarence and Alfred Lowe; and necessary corrections and Sunday School 10 l.m. MornIng SMYRNA MISSIONARY
GRACE Sunday School 10 MornIng
six while the hospital trustees BAPTIST PINEHILL Pre Services a.m. -
grandchildren. CONGREGATIONAL Worship a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH
sought a medical staff to operate CHURCH STARVE METHODIST (Booster Band. Young Worship II a.m. Evening
Funeral services were held CHURCH
: 633 W. Pratt St Sunday Services Worshp 7.-Jamo.ShawJfJstor.
at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 11. > the facility.; It was announced Sunday School.at 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning People, and Prayer Service* Sunday School, 10 a.m. )
at the graveside In Crosby Lake last week that one new Worship II. Training Worship II ajn. Youth Service 6 p.m. E"enfW.Worshlp 7 pjn. : Union BROOKER
Union 0:30 Preaching 11 a.m. Training BAPTIST CHURCH
doctor would offices In : p.m. Evening Wor-
Cemetery, with Rev. Lacy Con- open 6 pjn. Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday
Evening Worship
ship 7:30. : p.m.
Lake Butler this Wednesday Prayer
way conducting.DeWittC.Jones Meeting, 1:30.11ft. Leon 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: pjn. Rev.. John Strickland 7 pjn. Everyone welcome., Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun-

Funeral Homo was In chargeof T. Odom, Jr., >pastor.AIRPARK.BAPTET. Hard pastor. Pastor. -WlIIJuI'Dyess, Pastor lay School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol,

arrangements.J. BUll poit-Christmat' days 'in FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD Superintendent. Training Union '
the Hares, with report (that CHURCH Raiford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa) 6:45: p.m.- Lowell Douglas, DI-
W. Abell even the Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- OF PROPHECY! BROOKER rector. Worship Services U a.
shoplifter art exchanging School 10
/ their loot Irg Worship 11 amt; Evening Wo ship 11.ESunday MornIng Sunday 11 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn. m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service -
Morning Worship a.m.
Worship. 7 Evening tug Worship U a.m. Young Peo- 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music
James William Abell 62. of pm.r.dneeday -
Union 6:30
7 Training p.m.
e p.m. Thursday night, 7:30. '. 6 Evangelistic
Prayer Meeting and Bible ph. Service p.m. director.
Starke died Sunday, Jan, 9, Study 7:15
Evening Worship
-Charts Thomas, pastorEVERGREEN p.m. 7 Wednes-
Woods.'P In a Gainesville Hospital.BornIn 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH every Monday, 7 pjn. day Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. ''DAY SAINTS
Enigma, Ga. on Dec. 1909 BAPTIST vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle with OF
Prevatt Come worship vs.
with the Hercules STARKE pastor. Everyone Road
he was a welder welcome. Highway 125 Northwest of Packham, pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor 1404 E. Bessent
Powder Co. a rnnmiww Sundaes Sunday School 9:45: ; Lawtey. Sunday. School 10 a.m. Family Home Evening- Mon-
of the Madison Street Baptist Morning Worship 11 o'clock, day.
: Church: and the Masonic Lodge. sermon: "And That Rock WuChrllt' CHURCHSTARKE Night Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ST. EPISCOPAL FREE WILLBAPTIST CHURCH Prlmary- Tuesday, 4:30: jun.
Surviving are his wife, Louise Church Training, 6:15: Prayer WednesdayRelief. Society;
Father Meeting, 7:30
James Ash & Chestnut. Sunday
Cregan Cor.
Davis Abell. of Starke: theta jjjn.; Evening Worship, 7:30 pastor pjn. Rev. Albert Knight Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd 7:30.: .
Saturday Mace 7 >pas School 9:30 Morning Worship,
daughters. Mrs. Calvin C. Oliver p.m., "The Offense of theCross" Mass 10 p.m.Sunday tor. Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning ;. Thursday- M.I.A.- 7:30: p.m.
Gainesville; Mrs. James 7 ajn. Holy Day Mass Prayer 2nd. 4th and 5th Sunday 11; League 4 pjn. Night Service Sunday- Priesthood 8:30e.m.Sunday .
W. Blackmon.Wllsonvllle, Ala.; MondayYouth Choir Practice p.m.Confessions LAURA BAPTIST U ajn. Church School 9:45 6 p.m.Rev, Jasper Williams School, 10:30: a.m. Eve-
and Mrs. Ben C. Taylor 7 p.m. pjn. Saturday 6 Sunday School :< ajn.E.Y.C. 6 pjn. pastor. ning Meeting, 8 p.m.Sacremsnt.
Beach two bro- Musician UamuEvening John M. Flynn Rector Branson Branch
Fernandina ; TuesdayYoung School of Religion ning Worship : FIRST UNITED METHODIST Jesse D. ,
thers, Ernest B,Abell,of Michigan Choir. 3:30: p.m.; G. A., 4:15.: Grade School : Worship 7:30 Midweek Bible STARKE President.
Sunday 11 pjn. -
; and Webster Abell, Ma- Associations Quarterly Sunday BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
ajn. to 12 noon. Study. Wednesday, 7:30: p. Sunday
con. On.: five sinters. Mrs. School Meeting, Klngsley Lake unlorSend CHURCH HIGHWAY N,
High School Sunday. 7 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship, U; Senior 16
W.R. Plckard. EnigmaGa.'Tifton Baptist Church 7:30.: pjn. m.Be In church Sunday. Service 11 awn Church MYF groups, 6 p.m. Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.
Mrs. P.P. Williams, WednesdayFamily Meeting Lester Austin/ pastor. Training, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Reburial Morning Worship U. Training
Ga. Mrs. C.W. Gasklns. East Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer -
; Worship 7:30.: 7 Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30 pjn. Evening Service -
Point, Ga.; Mrs. Edna Lee Macon R. A. Meeting, 6:30: ; Tea BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7:30 P.m.Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30. Midweek Prayer
Ga.; and Mrs. Harry C. chers and Officers Meeting, ship School 10 ajn. Wor CHURCH, MACCLENNY 7:30: pjn. 7:45.: :Service, 7:30.:
White, Marietta, Ga. Also sur- 7:15: ; Church Choir Practice !Service:30 11 ejn. Church Sunday Mass. 12 noon. Holy. Rev J.D. Robinson,, -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Rev.. L. Tommy Howe, pas
viving are nine grandchildren. 8p.m.W X"1""* pjn. Evening! Day Mass, 5:30 pjn. I tor.DOOR .
Funeral services were held A. Hogan pastor Worship 7:30.: __ 'n..OOI..I..U!! ;I...1.oM......D. O...lolol.lol.o.\T !), ---_...........>.>.-.:......n..n.-...=.<<.cS.97Kb?."='>OOo>'.'..rdaaa'.'' .".,,_'_. '..
Wednesday Prayer
at 11 am. Wednesday In the 7:30
Madison Street Baptist FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. J.D. Robinson
Church with Rev. Denton Sum- Sunday Service:Sunday School I
rail officiating. Interment was 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
in Green Lawn Cemetery near 10:45 a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: CHURCH
Waycross, Ga. with DeWitt C. p.m. Youth Croup Meeting,Sun School W. Morn- _
Jones Funeral Hone In charge. day, 6:30 p.m. tag Sunday Worship 11 .m. I
l: Masonic rites were held at the -J.C. Brown, minister .Worship 7:30 pjn.a.m.Wednesday Evening OPENERS .

graveside.STOPt@ttOOWINTER JORDAN Everyone welcome. i+ rt =-
Rev. Robert Haistan '

DRAFTS 301 North, behind Tas- CHURCH OF COD IK Xy, Keys and churches. art door openers. In both __

tee Frees Drive In, Sunday 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. MUCH, each require you to. put forth some effort. =*
Transparent Plnstlo School, 10 a.m. Worship Service -
Sunday School
.IP" STORM KITS II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Ing Worship ,II 10 a.m.ejn. Sunday Morn,. 4 f The key you must Insert in the lock and turn I

Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night p 'f,' : Our Lord made the way to heaven even easier, }

day.Leroy Olive, pester E.L. Wednesday Meeting 7:30: pjn.Vwd&J:3 Prayer '. ti for all that you have to do U present yourself _

II I.i- Criffls.. associate pastor.UEDAN -Rev. ,: p.m ;}d and believe. = y I
u. BAPTIST CHURCH ,! "For hy art wand tlti-cuf/h, faith; : and .
K1NGSLEY LAKE-: BAPTIST .,. i F. graft gf
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STORMWINDOWKlT,39;: BROOKER' t ; I "...u.r. ., aU \
Sunday School 10 Worship Sunday School 9:30; Training k Hint not a} wiarerlrea" > : "'it I It the, 0''/to...: = :::c
a.m. -
I I Kit consists of 36" x,72. tough plastic Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Worship .
heet. 18 ft. fibre moulding end nails. Services II ajn. and 7 11 a.m. Evening Worship .Vof of works 1..1f' any uia/ ihuuM boatti For i
STORM DOOR KIT 49*., p.m.-Rev.Training Lacy Conway Union ,8 pastor pjn. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Y Mat j.9'. iff art AM imrltmanthlp:,, created in ChriftJr -= :"':'
sni ail I Kit consists of 36 x 84 tough plastic .. =
Pastor Rev. Robert West r n unto gad works, trliich Cod hath btorrunlainetl
hall,.sv sheet. 21 ft. of 'fibre moulding nails. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
pv At Hardware 6 Lumber Dealer Everywhere Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng + that H" liimU,/, iratk: ill 'h.,,,." I

.Wasp aria*04ll sa..w.1N.Ine............ ea4 'm. a.m. p. Sunday School 9:43:< ajn. ,r ,..."" :E
-Rev. John Ross, pastor Morning Worship II a.m.Youth n.. = :;
Fellowship 6 wn. Choir Practice =
Wednesday 8 p.m. :; 9. = ::::
-Rev. Robert D. Burch r.i II !:( ,'f -
r ./ --
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng f zQuhtCC' '. == ;
Worship 11. Training Union 1M. Ootdo II Las gNMM .Isar .A .N.... A/ i
6:30. Evening Worship s rani..ttntti't' *..>"..>. i* 1IIt..Mn = .
:' 7:30.: I ...__.4 to MUM ........ :: '
-LeRoy Pastor
"h $1. .1' Dalrymple .. .... r1q j
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BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH frawnt to DM Iwi l w e.r10. = :
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng i";.... MMIt .. ..d.p .s. of lie ell "1105" ,te"tee !i1l1 = :
t 5.k.d..shh w h.4 a
Worship 11 ajn. Evening ... .. > .
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Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer c ... = }
7:30 k..we,....,of,.... wa Ja.N.MS.S ::i
Meeting-Rev. J.C.: p.m.Saunders Wednesday. ...OHM fit.. .*... uU*.....MMm rt W... 'A' ==
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Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday I----. 0..w5... = :
School U a.m. Morning Wor- } ,. .... ".". .h _
This little can ship 6 p.m. Training Union. .11" toil a1 .ht. 'h.. II he e Ihaa of ; = i
7 p.m.Evening Worship. kd.FIOaIDA. =

Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser ;,. ;:::4sto:::.... I

will keep mosquitos out, vices.Rev.. Bob .Coo.**- pastor -

decorate your car grill Intersection of Highways 16 .
North) and 223.: Rev. Wayne
Wells, pastor. STARKE:: "66" I
the road Sunday School, 9:45: Morning I
protect you on Service at 11. Evening Service, SERVICE
7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30 _
p.m. $' SG EST Hill Edwards l'h. 96..723""

take you fishing and AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ?# OMIROL fire Truing

Sunday School\ 9:45 a.m.Morning He.dlihtdJustln<<
Worship 11 a.m. Evening a t21a u a. Brake Service
help roast turkey Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday
your .....111
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Carl Hunt Wheel Balance and
7 Study Book
pjn. on of Psalms.
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone 339 E. Call St. Starke, KUi.l Allirnment

Remember Well electricity all those is cans giving you've them tossed a new away life. A? life ..I'' Welcome 24-UR.. WRECKER SERVICE >kone t.4,.5745 for FREE AIR 'CONDTIOy| SERVICE

that begins at aluminum recycling centers allover ,. .":JJ' HAMPTON BAPTIST Mlwsjr SOl and 100 1"ep.etlons. and E-U..I- AH Minor Hepaira

the country. Like the three here in Florida. ,:; CHURCH <10 8. T..... Stark. _
617 N. Temple Av.. Stark.STARKE' .
Sunday School 10 MornIng
For instance with the help of Floridians who a.m.;
Service 11 Bible Study
care about their environment, the Reynolds Alu- 6:30: p.m.; Evening;Service 7:30
minum Reclamation Center in Coral Gables Florida BRADFORD
receives thousands of cans daily. p.m.Wednesday Prayer and BUILDERS EDWARDS

The cans enter the complex electric process of .v ,. Bible Melvin Study Hamel 7:30 p.m.Pastor SUPPUES, Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.

being sorted and shredded. Then made ready for / .

meltingand re-use.Like window screens, highway MADISON STREET ....t.rt.. Ace Hardware) Croe.rice-Meet.-Peed heifer. f Service= For Your

guard-rails,boat hullsrandof coursealuminum foil. BAPTIST CHURCH
GAS AND 011. Title rroblenw
'* Sunday School, 9:45: Morning c..lllte Paint Sapnllt.. .
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So, the next time you look at a clean beautiful park,or picnic in a place that looks the way nature'r. '\' Worship 6:15: ; Wihl 11 Prayer: Church Circle Training 7:15; and SporUag C edaClMKk Jack and Gtedyw Edwards A"traebU.8.

intended it to look, remember electricity.It's '. t' Evening Worship! 7:30.: SOI South Starke TItIe.nAura.*

not only part of the solution to cleaning up i Monday Children's- Youth Choir Practice WUa 8t.U. riraf PHONE M4-ISU "
..f Choir 7 p.m. 15M \\. Call Ph. Nt.IUt
the environment but is ingeniously giving old cans :\ :. Tuesday -.Mission Friends, 219 Waahlncten f M-5270
a new life. ,' 'j Girls In Action, 3:30 p.m. .
........ .rs\ Wednesday Family Night
.... : I .,. Supper, 6:30: Prayer Meeting CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
.-RilElectricity.... Part of the solution. 7:30 | Church Choir Practice,
-- -- 8:30. Owned By TheM We Sf",. la Twelve NeMrtkaaat. Funds. fwmtlMHil.".R Oar Hearten IJre Ildil.rNuctrlaUr"igs.ae
Thursday Visitation 7:30 I
pjn. H......-ft.. 471-4.11

Denton Sumrall, pastor.

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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE : r Mayor Announces Tentative -m--l

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Keystone Hilites March 14Florida's anenuon m me threat, 01 pollution
\ .J-.l Presidential Primary date--first following committees for the ing year Starnes said ttiatplans in local lakes and said

I News has been tentatively set as new year were under way to employ an "We are on the verge of ser-
By GLORIA REDFEARN the time for Keystone's long- Finance and Law-- Joy Baker additional patrolman for night ious problems with Little Lake
PUoi. Call ,! By Helen ElM i delayed annexation referendum, chairman with Gay Liv- duty; In the city; He announcedthat Keystone, and perhaps Lake
__ 473-3288 or 473-4182 Mayor Ray Starnes a meeting would be held Geneva." He said these problems -
-- -- ------ -- ---- --J EASTERN STAR of the Senior Citizens Club of Tuesday night's organization announcedat Safety; -- Roy Watkins chairman at 7:30: ( p.m. Wednesday, Jan. will have to be faced

COMMUNITY CHURCH washed that day. The first 1972 meeting of Starke are anticipating a royal meeting of the Keystone Heights with Baker. 12, for the purpose of Interviewing and solved in the near future.
Circles of the Community welcome for Joe and Dorothy Street and SaultaUonLlv- applicants for the ,Job.
; Many other activities for the Keystone OES Chapter 279 was City Council :
Church Women's Organization Junior Golfers are being held Tuesday, Jan. 4, In the Kerrigan at the special mutation "The time has come to give ingston chairman with Huntley Under the heading of new
will meet Monday Jan. 17 as planned by Mrs. Ed O'Donoghue chapter room of the Masonic !( program for the 1972 of- consideration to the annexationof Redfearn, Jr. business, the following raises
follows: Circle 1 at Mrs. RalphBarker's ficers. Joe will also make a Airport Redfearn chair- were approved for city; employees -
and your support at these) Temple. This was the annual surrounding areas, Starnes with Watkins. In outlining plans for the Police -
Circle 2 at Mrs. report on the White House Con- man, : Ernest Donly from
events will be greatly appre observance of Friends Night said, adding that a public hearing Department, Mayor Starnes
Charles Donohoe's, Circle 3 ciated. when OES members of other ference. would be held to air pro Vlrgle Homer was reappointed recommended that Patrolman 91,85 to $1.95 per hour; Jimmy
at Mrs. L. L. Grant's In Lake An Invitation Is extended to Flowers, from $2 to $2.10per
chapters as well as Keystone Clerk although It
and con viewpoints at a date City was Tom Bryant be used for spe-
Geneva Circle 4 at Mrs. FredSmith's visiting seniors In this vicinity hour Bud Heller, promoted to
WOMANS CLUB Chapter officers who( shared ; to be announced later. stated that she desired to be cial djtj*3tm. ;
all at 1:30: p.m. Circle The first business meetingof the work of the Order, are to attend the Fellowship Club In a brief reorganization session relieved of her duties as soon Starnes said that the city street and sanitary department
5 will meet at Mrs. F. L.Stephen's luncheon today (Thursday the supervisor with a raise from
the new year will be heldon honored. following the conclusionof as a replacement could be se- was In an excellent financial
at 9:30: ( a.m. Rebec- Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 2 p.m. The 18 Friends entered the next meeting on Jan. 27, and business by the "old council cured. condition and closed (lie year $105.50 to $110 per week.It .
ca's Circle will meet with the Starke Senior Citizens Club
Mrs. Refreshments will be served chapter room as Worthy Patron "
Everett R. Fox was re- with b cash: balance of$10,000
M. C. Prevatt Sr at 8 meeting on Jan. 25. Call this was agreed to employ Tyrone -
p.m. after the meeting to allow new Manville Clark of Gainesville elected chairman for another reappointments were: lie said there was no city; Indebtedness -
Madonna's Circle will meet reporter at 473-4748 for further Fremont Tolles Mathews at $1.80 per houras
members to get acquainted. All Chapter 44 called the term. He then announced the city; attorney; except a balanceof
Wednesday, Jan. 19, at the Educational members are urged to attend. meeting to order. The Key Information. Huntley Redfearn, Jr., Fire $8,000 that Is owed on the a replacement for James

Building at I p.m. On Wednesday, Jan. 19, a stone officers followed, with Lake Chief; and Wally Muhlhofer, municipal building and will soon Bowman, who Councilman Red-
( StnU Fe)
There will be an Executive special program will be presented the official Friends assuming I INDIAN BEACH By Michael H. ChlttrPfeoaa I I Chief of Police. be entirely paid off. fearn said"dismissed himself"
Board Meeting at 1 p.m. Mon- by Mr and Mrs. John the local chapter stations. The : As one problem to be facedIn during the Christmas holidaysby
day, Jan. 24. Bird. Colored movies are be- Friends then conducted the for- 47M612 Renamed to succeed them- the new year, he called not reporting for work.
Be Well hello again friends, and spent Christmas In Manassa. selves on the Zoning Board
making your plans to attend in., shown of "18th Century mal ceremony, as well as closing
the Family Might Dinneron Life in Wliilamsburg,Virginia"and ceremonies of the Chap- neighbors! Seems like everything Va. with Mr. and Mrs. T.L. were: John Bird,one year term; --- - -
January 26 at 6:30: p.m. "Life of a Patriot". Time has happened lately so Norwood J.., and family. Randy John Sullivan and Doris Ottfng-
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Adults 50 ter.Among the visiting officers we haven't done any news, but Windom Larry's brother- er, three year terms. Holdover 2 KH MeJ; illeit
DUPLICATE BRIDGE cents and children free. The who were Introduced was Ver- with the new year here maybewe in-law of Wlldwood, accompanied members are John Rufflnl and r -1
Give yourself a day off and public Is cordially Invited to na Brice, Worthy, Grand Ada can get settled down work the Norwoods. They Marvin Homer. I
play Duplicate Bridge on Tues attend. of the General Grand Chapter, again returned byway of Atlanta
Lots of things were going on Ga. and the New Mayor Starnes agreed to In Game
Woman'sOClub.. at the Melrose A covered dish luncheon on and Past Grand Matron of Florida spent Year's Violation
Bring a sand around the Chlttys; over the with Mr. and Mrs R.C. Eddy serve another term as Municipal -
January 25 at noon with Chair- who was escorted to a
wich for lunch and Join In the man Mrs. David Peters. Team place of honor, with Worthy holidays. My, parents and my and family. They returned Judge, and stated that all
fun. number three M-R will be hos Matron Mattie Lee Klngsbury brother Wayne and his date home and Randv's Darents. Mr. fees received by him from the Two Keystone Heights men was atop the slow moving car
Winners for Tuesday Jan. 4, tesses. and her Friends. Past Grand attended a Christmas party; at and Mrs. troy Windom came office are placed in the community each have been sentenced to with a rifle to shoot a deer
were:' Mrs. Rowland Bryan and Matron Jessie Mae Hicks was David and Mary Stegalls In to pick him up. ; fund which Is used to 90 days in Jail after pleading! when the animal was caught In
Mrs. C. V. Horne First; Mrs. HERE N' THERE extended a hearty; welcome and 0/ wiuiston the week before Mrs. Llnnle Norwood was in help defray expenses of civic guilty; to three charges stem- the headlight beam of the car.
Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill Mr and Mrs. J. W. Slmeral took her place as Chaplain Christmas. On the 23rd my St. Petersburg visiting for events such as, the annual "Our ming from an illegal deer huntIng The arrest was made by Wild-
yer Second; Mrs. Paley Boyd spent the New Year's weekend Friend. Grand Instructor Lilly parents, along with other Du- two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Al Country Day. case. life Officer James Hubner and
and Mrs. John Strawn, Third with her cousin, Louis Fran Harden was also formally pont Supervisors and wives attended Friesner and Mrs. Eddy Payne W. C. Loper, 21, and Glen Mack C. Cook in a fish man-
and Fourth, Mrs. Mike Falkel{ zes, in Tampa. While there Mr. Introduced. The 18 Keystone the Alhambra Dinner brought her home and remained In his review of the past Williamson, 23, were sentenced agement area near Lowry
and Mrs. -F. T. Hogue. Frames entertained the Slm- Chapter officers each In turn Theatre In Jacksonville On for a visit.J. year, and forecast for the comHunter Dec. 22 In Justice of the Peace Lake.
Winners for Thursday even- eral's on New Year's Eve at a Introduced his or her Friends, Christmas Eve' my parents D. and Doris Carlton and Court In Mlddleburg by Judge Sanford and Sullivan were
Ing, Jan. 6, were: First Mrs. and for the business meeting celebrated their 25th Wedding daughter Sherri spent a few Vickie Wlegel. sentenced November 6 before
party; at the East Lake I'ark Anniversary with a party for days with J.D.'s sister Mrs. Keystone Height JP Court
Mary Cook and Mrs. C. W.Horrtvt assumed seats near or along- Safety The charges were: attempting -
Snmnd. Mr. and Mrs. Estates The group Included side their Friends.In friends and relatives. They received Evelyn Norton in Collldge, Ga. to take deer at night with! Judge Graham Hutchison. Both
Bill Bartlett; Third Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Parker, cooperation with the Mel- many lovely gifts.During while on vacation.Mr. Program SetA a gun and light, possession were fined $51 for attemptingto
Mr. Mike Falkel; and Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Courtte, rose Masonic Lodge members, this! time,mygrandperents Hu- and Mrs. Clarence Duf- t Keystone lib. of gun In, a wildlife manage take deer at night with a
Miss Helen Dittmar and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Riley, Mr. the Chapter members have been bert and Palma, were In Pau. flm spent the weekend with their ment area In closed season gun and light,. and $Sl for attempting -
W. J. Grollck. and Mrs. Ray Betancourt, Miss assisting in the major projectof ama City; attending funeral and daughter, Barbara Smith, and and attempting to take deerin to take deer In a
Corrine Welsh and her brother the dra- visited Grandma Chltt.r InBonI- family. The Keystone Heights Sports- closed season. closed season. Judge Hutchison -
GOLF COURSE and sister-In-law of St. Paul, peries the Temple In the banquet new hall fay. New Year's Eve, my Granny James and Marzle Klnchen men's Club will sponsor( a Hunter dismissed the charge of
Junior Golfers participatedIn Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. John which will soon be installed., Copeland and I attended and son Larry held two Christ- Safety; Program to be held Judge Wiegel sentenced the possession of a gun In a wildlife -
a recent Junior Golf Tour- Welsh. The evening was enjoyed Chapter membership as of Jan. Watch. Services at Hampton mas parties for their familiesthe January 25 and 27 at 7:30 p.m. pair to 30 days on each of the management area In a
nament. Winners for the Boys with paper hats, noise-makers, I, 1972, totaled 123 members. Baptist Church The work Is week before Christmas: at the Keystone Heights munici- three charges and. In addition, closed lea80n.Confiscated.
13 holers were: First, Steve confetti and a breakfast served Five new members were initiated progressing nicely on our new Christmas day they spent with pal building, and on January 29 suspended their hunting licenses by wildlife officers -
Herman, and Second,Jack John- after midnight Into the order, but five church now and It won't be long Marsha Kay Stokes and son in at the Air Park rifle range. for one year. was a Model 1100 Reming
son. Winners for the boys 9 old members passed during before we will be holding ser Jacksonville. New Year's Eve This will be official, state- The pair was arrested last ton automatic shotgun and a
holers were: First,.Chuck Head the away vices there. Granny Copeland Marsha Kay and Alan and Mrs. approved National Rifle Association October 10, along with Lamar 1964 Ford Falconautomoblle."Jail .
and Second, Jon Leonard. Win- Services Held A," year." which mem- went In Alachua General Hos- Bide Veal of Jacksonville and safety; program. Sanford, 22, and Douglas Sullivan sentences should be a'
ners for the girls 9 holers ber wore during the every meetingwas pital on Monday and had a cat- Mrs. Louree Edwards of Starke Further information may be 17, both of Starke, while deterrent" said Officer Hub
were: First, Shellle Hufflnl. For O. E. Riley a Key, and was in keeping aract removed Wednesday. She visited the Kitchens. obtained by contacting Don k. driving along a paved road In ner "They'll (Loper and Williamson -
and Kathy Redfearn, Second. with the courtesy and salute got along so good that she came Well, this will have to do for Morgan, club president,in Key- the Camp Standing Wildlife ) will have 90 days to
Winners Oscar Eugene Riley, 69, of home on Saturday. She will be stone Heights Area In Clay County.; One man stop and think."
for the 3 holers were: to the visiting Friends Each this :
Melrose died Monday, Jan. 10. In for awhile and will be glad see yOU next time. .. .
Scott Ware Chip Ware and Friend was also given a gift -
Richard O'Donoghue. in the after Jacksonville an extended NAS Illness.hospital token. for Saturday her friends night Otis to visit.Melton Last andI .... .. . . . -

Another Play Day Is scheduled A native of Texas, he was a Following the session, refreshments and a group from Church attended '
for January 31 so be mak- Chief Petty; Otlcer .In the U.S. were served In the the Heart of Florida
ing your plans to participateIn banquet hall by Hector and Ve- .. 1%
having served in the Youth Fellowship meeting at : : t
this, all you Juniors. armed forces for :3Z years. ra Ownbey and Geraldine Jack Highland Baptist Church. Monday d -
The Juniors will also( sponsor He was a member of the Bap- son.The night we attended the An- e :
a Car Wash at the Club- next chapter meeting will "mlEVa G/
tist Church.
nual Bible Conference at TrIo-
house on January 22, so planto Surviving art: his wife, Nell bev i held Tuesday, Jan. 18, at ityBaptist, Church In Jacksonville [: a .. 71
take your car and have It Riley of, Melrose;' two brothers -, ,,8 p.m,,,which will bel'I\dnnce',,( unday> Hubert and Pal- M '
At this time 'Associate I
and sister. Night. 'IMC. %
one ma Chltty; of Starke and Jean ,
Funeral services will be held Matron Betty; Slkes, and Associate -
and RIMS Pierce and son Jer- 1 9
at 2 P.m. Thursday In Jones Patron Homer Slkes and Russ' dad were din- 00
S.E. MCKAY Memorial Chapel, Keystone will advance to the East and emy,
ner guests and Ray Wlngate
conduct the ceremonies of the
REALTOR Heights. Interment will Xollow Chapter In preparation for Installation and wife of Gainesville came MElROSE FiA. ON STATE ROAD 21
In the Melrose Cemetery. by later. Oh yesl! I now havea 'j
and the first Chapter
Kestone rit* 473-4816 ,
new cousin, Jason Wayne "
meeting on April 4. 4751751'Now :
e Heriey, born Sunday. The proud PHONE
HOMES ACREAGES ANNOUNCEMENTSMembers new _rents are Penor and
RENTALSMr. Word from the Maim statehouse of Faith Presby- Wayne Hersey of Theressa

f is that (the portrait of terian Church are meeting this That seems to about catch up

Ed Muskie at governor is beginning morning, Jan. 13, at 9:30: at the Chltty; news, so let's see Serving. .
.. .
M lb Il( n what everyone else has been
Col. J. Ch...ln. 4 7 3043'1' to show cracks. Of the home of Mrs. Harrison
P.L. 1.ah.l Robin.on C.e mJoa: ; course 10 often this adds just Batchelder. doing.
the right touch of weather- At 12:30 P.m. today, Jan. 13, PERSONALS) !;
beaten honesty. members of the Keystone Fel- Joyce and Pete Barton have Melrose! & Starke
Keystone AreaQpRK1ilOO0
lowship Club will meet with die\ been busy lately. They spent ,
new officers for a covered dish a week In the North Carolina
luncheon, followed by a busi- mountains in December. They
ness session. President Lester and Joyce's) parents, Mr. and
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Sheets will preside. Dues of $1 Mrs, C. F. Ware! of Starke 11ffAN1*
are payable to Mrs. Fern Han- spent Christmas day with relatives
son, secretary in Tampa. New Year's
STARKE weekend they spent with Evelynand AMfltfCANrT '
MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB Jim Brummet in Panama
PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE Mrs. Albert Bachmann of city;
Keystone Heights, president of Our sympathy goes out to
the Melrose Club;will presideat Mrs. Jo Strandberg and the rest 1'b
HEIGHTS the luncheon and program of her family on the death of (
meeting on January 19 at 12 her son. Charles Strandberg, ,
PHONE 473-3176: noon. The program will be on last week In Jacksonville.
the Interests, hobbles,and trips Friends will be happy to know
(show and tell) of the members that D.W. Carpenter is at home
Hostesses will be Mrs. after a two-week stay In Meth- J"*

F. H. Abel, Mrs. C. A. Rodl- odist Hospital, Jacksonville, SPECIAL ORDER
baugh, Mrs. R. P. Vogh, Mrs. following a heart attack.
KetoneState Arthur Elliott,. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Rains of

Bryon. Jacksonville spent the weekendat *..:;: DISCOUNT CENTER
SERVICE their lake home. k .
Bank KEYSTONE HOMEMAKERS Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis
1 Keystone Homemakers Club had most of their family at +

will meet at 10 a.m. Wednes- home for Chr) tm.... ,liwturf.Ing 4
MEMBER F.D.LC.Carefree day, Jan. 19, In Gadara Baptist one granddaughter who had. BEUIHT 0k
Church hall with Presi- been overseas. Last weekend,
Banking. dent Mildred Payton presiding. Judy and Durell Neaceand Dar- a
a A discussion was held as to la of Ceylon, Ga. were visiting
change of name, as this I location them. REMBRANDT GREENnuD
Via the Mail is some distance from Mrs Eva Holbrook of Plant

Keystone, but it was decidedto City; Mrs Helen Smith and
continue under this name sons of Si. Simons Ga. and
for time In hopes that a Key- Wynn *> stfi BVB M BV BV" BOTBIta. Bl BBVB
a Ava and Travis and B S Bta SI > BB Bb S B l B Bh S BP Bh|S u u B BMu B kku
stone Club may be organized.. daughter of Starke were Christmas -
day guests of Roy and :
PERSONALS!; Betty; Griffin and family. Last
Mrs. Janet Lamm had as a weekend. Bill Groves and John 2 BEDROOM $ :

holiday guest her niece, Mrs. Campbell of Jacksonville Beach 3.245'INC.
Virginia Lustig of Detroit, and Oliver and Tommy Garrison -
Mich. of Mandarin were down
Rev. Father Edward KIrby, hunting with Roy and party.; As Low As
I S/ former pastor of St. Williams The Ash haven't been doing
\ Church and now of Macclenny, too much lately, but then every
called on Mrs. Lamm, the one has been hunting. Tuesday,
church organist, during the holidays. Roy caught 4 bass In aboutan

,! hour and a half. Wednesday
I!) The DrIscoll Batchelder families Roy and Paul Stelnmetz
enjoyed Christmas at of Keystone Heights caught 7
Camp Crystal with Miss Jane
bass up to 5 1/2 Ibs. Saturday
Drlscoll. Mrs. Jessie Bowdenof
Avoid the rush, lines, wait. Bank Starke was the house guest Mr. and Mrs. Byrd of Jacksonville -

mail for convenience and ease. of Mr. and Mrs Houston Drls caught 4 jack and one Bt
by coll over the Christmas week large spec.Bubba .
It's great for checking and savings Lanler came down with H 1 Jf

loan Only one end.Hartford Barnes, a former the flu Christmas week and he M Bl
accounts, payments. resident with the late Mrs. and his mother had to cancela .
,of our many services. :Barnes at Keystone Club Estates trip to Miami over the 11011-
and now of Macclenny, days.
You Can Rely On Us was New Year's weekend pest Our sympathy Is extended to l 00
and Lamar .
Gladys Malphurs.Lamar'
of the Houston Drlscolls. They
YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN YOUR all enjoyed the New Year's sister, Kathryn Miller -

Eve party of the newly organ- of Jacksonville died on Mdrose Fla. On State Road 21 Phone 4751751i
FRIENDLY COMMUNITY ized Shrine Club at the Keystone New Year's day after a long ,

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,' FLA., Keystone Country Heights Club. members Illness.Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood

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SENIOR e. a 1A

CITIZENS ... ..... .. ...

-Joe Kerrigan.In : A
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June 1970 President NIx-
nn. In calling a White House
Conference on Aging, declared: CLASSIFIED AD RATES EDWARDS FARM !SUPPLY WANTEDunder 20 acres land
"Today I am Issuing a for- FOR SALE- Big variety shrubs Complete line of Purina Feeds FOR RENTSmall furnished In Bradford County.Write FOR SALE, 200 Acre Farm FOR SALE- 7 room hou... 3
mal call for the second conference MInim_ Charge _... 1.71 azaleas, geraniums ferns begonias Cattle horse hog dog and house, desirable location. Suit Frank S. Stefllk, Jr.. Rt. I 1. 80 A. cleared, bal. in timber, big lots, have hot running water -
to meet In Washington. D. C. In.Nov. 1971. With Ferguson's Nursery, Ralford Cattle, horse, hog dog wormlhr Phone 964-6560 after 5 P.m. 8t-- 2/24 Paved road; Terms) unfurnished. Phone 431-1010.
careful advance planning and Bach: word ever 13-7eMe Road North tfchg. medicines all kinds. Costal M. A. Payne tfchg 5701 A.J. Thomas,Realtor,Tel.64- Call after 5 p.m.

with broad representative par- Extra Chaw If not Bermuda hay 2tchg' 1/13
Ph. 964-8773
ticlpation this Conference can paid In advanceCLASSIFIED tfchg FAST RV REPAIR black & LEW'S
help develop a more adequate hamas, Dk. Cornish, S.W1Idotes white or color. Free pick-up in SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned. O.C. Garnet Nursery
National Policy for older A.merlcana. DISPLAY Millie Fleur. Aerocon- MER's Discount. WELDING SHOP
city -
; oiled and adjusted
G. \ In. your;:
I that It willfully a.. Seabrlghts and ml c. FOR RENT12 2 bed- limits..DDAI
hope $1.0 Per Inch wide, 1/13 home,500. Vacumn cleaner Thousands! of Plants
consider the many fac- Ribbon stock Lawtey, 782- room trailer outside city limits Pint
WMsperin: )f0 c repairs also. All workguarant- Fruit Trees. Shade Trees,
tors which have a special Influence MeraorUU .t.**..1.tIoft.Pnellam.ilon. 3363. Itp.LICENSED. J.B. White, 964-6114, If
WANTED: Breakfast cook. Apply tel US 301) 8. Phone. eed. Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone Evergreens Camellias,
on the lives of the !, eaa7. word no answer call 964.8799.UPHOLSTERY.
In Garden Restaurant. 1Ccq
9044253 431-1428
Azaleas Roses
aging and that It will address ELECTRICIAN terms
precise recommendations, not CARDS OF THANKS available for home trailer UTILITY TRAILERS MM la cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING &
only to the Federal governmentbut so word er less ......>... remodeling. Free estimate,
also to government at other 11:.eh. word ever je_To phone 473-4678. 2tchg. 1/20. CUSTOM BUILT
W INnorabome
AN1ED;Butler GAS AND ELECTRIC tt ML 8.E. el Stark*. Rwy.
levels and to the private and
voluntary sectors as well." PI Brothers Builders, Stengel WELDING .: BRAZING ISf-tlSS
= Field Airport, Archer Road,
This broad policy statement WANTED: Acreage raw or Im CHILD CARE In my home, any, Gainesville Apply at field 8BIEET METAL
recognized the widespread proved. Write p.O. Box 298, hour day or night. 1 child 0 office. 2 tp. 1/20 TRAILER HITCHES 0 Home FnrabUnfCuOom .
trouble and worries of older Palatka. 32077. Phone 328- $10 week. Inquire behind Pine- INSTALLED i Draperies Tho Glass Shop

Americans. In previous articles 2360. 4tp. 2/3. hurst Grocery. 2nd trailer on et Carpeting "
I have covered Income, right Mrs. '! hompson. ltj> CABINET WORK DANNY'S .'Interiors by Victor Glass 4

health I will and review transportation.housing. This Now WANTED: Handy man at To- INTERVIEWER WANTED for ZSxpcrjt Reproductions: WEDDINGS PHOTOGRAPHY WANTED: Acreage Urge or .MM Park Ave. Orange. Park For __

may not be the worst head- Rena Motel tfchg. small. Buyers waiting. Strout 2M4331. "ff
ache In the Nation, but It.U = work.part-time Give phone telephone number.survey Must c. E. JACKSON COMMERCIAL Really; Inc. 2117 N. Temple AH CARS and TRUCKS
close to It. '1313 W.Madison Start: 1\ Ave. 964-6609 or 964-8238. Installed While-U-Wnlt
pretty millions of senior citizens who have private) line. Not a selling 114 N. Walnut .
In 1933, President RooseveltIn are in the same bind. Job. Air mall letter Including SUrka 964-8188. tfchg. INTERSTATE MOBILE Home Custom Vinyl.Auto Tops!.
a Fire Side Chat, stated In which and moving In Fla, Can 964-5609.
This Is the area education, work experience CLEAN expensive! carpets with
1017 N. Main C'vlUe
that one-third of all Americans
housing Is In an intolerablestate. names of references to: Amer- the best. Blue Lustre Is A- I tfchg
ill fed
were clothed New and adequate: housing ican Research Bureau Field merlca's favorite. Rent .ham- The.. Long Distance
and 111 housed. Thirtynineyears is needed Immediately with Operations, 4320 Ammendale pooer $1. Devrlck, Inc.
later we have made a specific facilities Included for Road, Beltsvllle Md. 20705. Builders Hardware & Supplies Phone Culls LOTS FOR SALE Starke Coif

Today little progress It Is estimated but very that IIttJ 25%. the aged and at rents commensurate 3tp 120LAND Starke. Fla. WESTERN w. now handle elr lino & Country Club, ready for Taking] applications: foi

of the population Is living In with their incomes. ticket*, cruises, and tours. building on or tor investment.Lots FHA 235
A sliding scale of rent must FOR SALE1968 VW, A/C, i/2 -
poverty. Add to this 6 to 7 devised that senior citizens We offer a special package area approximately
be so 4 tires excellent -
new ; appearance acre and larger. Paved roads
New Brick 3 and 4
will not pay more than mechanical condition,$ ,- Teur of' New only 3 minutes from town.

25%of their incomes.In R. E. JONES 125. Phone 473-3575. Itchg. Disney World; Call 964-7701, S a.m., to 9 p.m. Bedroom Homes
rural America younger tfchg Can for Details
301 persons are forced to leaveto Call 964-7449' ,
seek employment In the larger 4,74' Low Down Paymentand

cities so that old people CLEARINGAcres TOWN FINANCE. CO. SEWING' Moderate Monthly\
have more older people asneighbor.
4,0s P.O. BQK 226 N. T mr U PaymentsLONGCHAMP
DRIVEINShow .. The ratio of elderly "" .
65 and over. Is about 10 & Lots, Wotor SALE MACHINE HOMES

to L In the countryside the Holes Pushed Land. e Phone K4-CU3

Begin At Sundown count Is higher, 5 to 1. scaping. S 1O And Up .Ier- Soles and Service .
Retirement income Is also EBrt3rosVolkswage SOI fealb SUito

restricted because hardly any PFAFF ELNA '17
workers are covered by private New Homes
pension plans. Thu., In their 964.7205 I I 1 t :
"tAr v arn. Income conies onlY WHITE *'OR SALE: 2 bedroom con-

from Social Security; savings, $49:50 crete block house near shop
continued employment or wel FOR SALE: Allis Chalmers up ping center. Low down pay

of the fare. Most rural people were Tractor. Model G, 42" Woods General Farm Porte & Repairs on ment, easy terms. Call Bu-
I late In coming Into the S. S. mower turn plow front and Hew a Vital ford Mitchell phone 964-6760,
program because It Is fairly back cultivator bars with at- & Western Store sates. Service \WI all other Make Mo- P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg.

DNIIIs recent that agricultural workers tachments. All In good condition CHILD CARE chln.s.NATIONAL.
and self-employed were $600.Phone 473-3364 after LAKE 1 An Xerth of'We MillGAlNUVItLB
Included and so their benefitsare 6 pjn. L.A. Baker 2 tp.; 1/20 CENTER BUTLERFOR 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
smaller. This makes rising 641 ft. on [Ivy.; 8500.00 Cash

PLUS property taxes and sales FOR SALE: 1970 Kawasaki 100 611 W. Univ. A".. Call Bill Powell Broker. 964-

taxes Increasingly oppressive c.c. Trail Boss. Good shape. "THE PLAYHOUSE" SALE -SrepoiaesMdmo- Gainesville Florida 6464 or 964-6810
Most rural people have been Just rebuilt. Call after 5:00: bile homes. One used Mobile\ ,
self-reliant throughout life. pjn. 964-6107. ]Itp. 1025 W. MADISON' ST. Pome. Oiin's Mobile Homes 8 TRACK:TAPE Decks repairedand 378-1355 BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16.
They were their own carpenter Sakes 100 West Starke tfchg. cleaned at Dahmers Discount Building Lots on SR.230.BuildIng -
plumbers, electricians FOR RENT: Mobile home In CHILDREN ALL ACES fast service tfchg Lots on SR. 100. Call Bill
and on occasion, doctors as Lawtey 12' x 60'. Wall to $200.00 DOWN" new brick and Powell, Broker. 964-6464 or
there was no other out. JOY ROWE RENT LAKE block homes. Payments as low 9646810.
way wall carpeting air conditioned FOR : KJNGSLEY ,
WE REPAIR sell nearly as 970.00 a month. You
In times of need they quietly on large lot. Call; Marvin Rosier PHONE 96 .846S modem two bedroom duplex a- may
needle made for qualify tf earn between
their often every any you
pooled resources, Phone 782-3655 or 964- pertinent, furnished and air- brand stereo regardless orage. $70 and $140.00 a week. Call
without being asked. conditioned. Call Merritt Williams. WATER FRONT LOTS. .
Age has. now taken,Its toll ,6214. Itchg. 964-5391 or 9647788. Also the long play) records at. Crown Builders 964-8337. FOR SALE,. .
and robbed them of their former !tfchg. $1 off regular price at Dan-; tfchg. On Crosby Lake and Crosby
abilities but not their tra- PUMPSNEW FOR SALE mer' Discount' tfchg Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
ditions of being "country wide 8 feet deep) Located on

folks". They can't make repairs 2 Bedroom Nice Cement _....... eEWLY REMODELED Home State Road 100. 3 miles Westof
AND USED ..:;::..::::::
to their homes as they Block home Fire ...,-- For Sale -- 3 bedrooms, 2 all Starke. Fla. Ideal for vacation -
I used to do and to get any kind place, --- new largo baths, 14 x 12 living cottage, mobile home or
of mechanic to come out and SALES Enclosed Garage Near .r.I r room large den, new buuc- Investment.
do these much needed Jobs Is PARTS OHN ILO OMr iNC In kitchen cabinets. Large 125x ;Prices start at$1,295.00, $200
almost Impossible, so we find SERVICE Lawtey on 301. 200 lot with trees, high and down and $35.00 month for 34mnnffis

many homes In the country- Deep and Shallow Wells 2 bedroom frame house very dry. Rd. 100 East 3 males ((8 1/% % simple Inter-
.I' fide and small towns In a dilapidated Water Softeners and neat. Some furniture includedon Very convenient terms. Call mud to :your estX' )
state. FilteraPlumbing 2.7 acres of land. Several 664-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru Individual hearingregniremenis Call 9(4.7701 8 a.m'to 9
In our own county; from the nice storage buildings. Outside Saturday. Tfchg p.m.'weekdays tf
Environmental Report 1971 we city limits ; tit MO
tee that there are 900 homes Supplies A Hole In Your RoofMOrA WATSON'SHOUSE
without plumbing or sewage and CONTACT
90 houses IUchdl.repairthat EXPERT SERVICE ON OF VACUUMS

the only solution Is removaland ALL MAKES GEORGE; IW ER'fS Many brands of new vacuums ALL MAKE HEARING IS 1f G

renewal. How many\ more PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE $39.00 up.) Used machines from AIDS REPAIRED
dwellings are close to that REAL ESTATE $10. Expert Repairs all makes.

stage? Rat and bug ridden houses PHONE 964-7826 Pacts, and Accessories for all AINESVILLE HOMES
r-- are breeding places) of T. CO. vacuums. Built In Central vac-
.... B., venereal, respiratory and PUMP &: 421 W. MADISON ST. umn cleaning systems. 712 N; CO.
many other diseases which at -J& J Roofing: Co. Main, Gainesville AVAIUBUFOM
any time can change from en- 3 bedroom 376.7110Qve1IEAtClQ 1137 N. W. 23rd: Ave
.. demic to FOR MAID WANTED One or two
trailer and expando living_ Phone 984-8778 Balnesvllle, FUrlda 32601 YOUR LOT$3,5OO
Much praise has to be given Phone days a week. Phone 9648463.Itp. .AT KED0CJCD RATE
70.00 month. 301 South
Sanitarian room. Phone 376-0095
to Dr. gtxi, AUTO* rate. BOAT
SUN., MON. 16, 17 Jack Trawick and personnel 964-8797. Itp. DOTLE.B.CONNEZR48uIA

of the Bradford County; Health WANTED MaldatTo-RenaMo- tV I!: ACOENCT
"MDNIGHT PLOW BOY"PLUS I Department In their consistent tel. Good: tfchg. ....
and efforts to
Dr. II. R. Houser
abrogate these conditions. In ,
FOR RENT -i Furnished 3 GROUND SNAPPED corn for Gulf Service
this Job these dedicated people *
bedroom home KIngsley Lake sale $58.00 ton. J. R. Waln- SO
) need help.Evel''thlqKJ'OWlold ; until June 1. Also 2 bedroom Wishes to announce the opening of his practice wright, phone 064-7835 Starke. Ute f Parts
"AGONY OF LOVE" Just as do people so a- OF
mile south on
that the one Fla. 2tchg 1/13 1 THE FINEST SELECTION OF
F.deral stanecessaryand unfurnished. Very reasonable, limited
Governments to house call UV1NOAR A
ADM. $1.25 rent to small faintly. USED CARSIn
combine to solve
964-6491, residence 964-7753. HAY FOR sale Excellent qua
X these basic needs. Matching Itp. Call lity. J. R. Walnwrlght. phone this whole area
18 Yrs. UpI.D.'s funds must be allotted) to supply CALLSLADE
964-7835 Starke, Fla. 2tchg 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
the lack of decent dwelling -
LOU'S NURSERY, 3 vacancies Phone 964-7276 1/13
Required Children
places for all residents for winter term. 3 years certified USED PARTS
regardless of race. teacher. Phone 9648404.
WANTED-I or 2 acres between Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
it!,. Starke and Keystone.

Suitable for garden and house 468.1993HELP
FOR SALE: Black and white HOME
trailer. Call 473-3182. 4tp
t/v, stereo and FM radio com-
FLORIDA THEATRE bination. $100.00. Needs minor Opening Special Class 1/27

repair. Phone 964-8404. Itp. WANTED SERVICES
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00: WANTED: Bookkeeper. Must
RENT 3 AT Interested in
FOR : Spacious acre have complete>> knowledge of Young man management -
trailer apace Lots of shade double entry accounting. Sub- career Apply In person -
trees, and landscaped. Ready mit Farnmi Mutual Exchange. Fcrlnfmnaticn
resume to Box 233, Starke.
FRI., SAT., SUN. JAN. 14, 15, 16 for hook-up. Call 782-3653 or Mobile: Home BrokersMelrose tf/chg a. Fla. 8 to 5:30.: 2tchg Can JackuonvllJe

964-6214.1 tchg. 1/13 Collect

SCIENCE LITTLE LAKE GENEVA lot Florida on State Road 21
i t
RUNS with utility; shed 47 x 10 2 PHONE 475-1751

AMOK* 2 HEADED bedroom trailer. I 14500.< Call

I 4733212. Itp.HOUSEKEEPER. Mary Carter Paints FOR RENT: Trailer lot on

TRANSPLANT NEEDED 2 BEDROOM F.P.L. Call after 5:00: p.m.
: 5 $3,2451 9648238.
Leh.h. days a week. I have two boy.qt. As Low As. h
COLO M Muni M YNN'NI.' nY4lTcNm 14 7-10. Have private bed- 102 E. BROWNLEE
AmvMM llllllimillMI McMM.IM.
If wishes
room to spare someone -
to live In my home. Room MOORE'SSUN

PLUS- and board furnished plus) salary Special Orders. Same Prices As Jacksonville SPORTS
of $25.00 per week. L.G.

Johnson Rt. 2 Box 156?, Starke Discount Center A dv ertised Prices MOORE BOAT FOR
Fla. 32091.2tp. L13.
EDGAR o probes ne* depths
COLEMAN TENT Camper$623.: World's Largest Dealer in Mobile Homes
:. .:rJ"Si;:: I '. Starke Ph. 984-5791
never used.Hard top foam mattresses PRIZESGIVEN
"Vincent PRICE value over $900. Phone ----. fg Complete Outboard AStern

: /\G\ 533-2866. lip. Drive Service and

FOR SALE: Sears 250 c.c. M Bl AWAY 2nd MONDAY Repair. Complete Fiberglass -
giDBD- .
I "Io .. motorcycle, completely reconditioned INC* OF EACH MONTH Repair. Custom-

wrJ$f.:9,?!!! ... .ct.jn. *II new paint, lagged, built Fiberglass Flailing
Come In and register ,,"ay. Ne purchase necessary
and Inspected, ready to go Boat
':IS/0 AnwiCM InMfMWMl PMurat. $200.00 Call 9647334. Itchg. "our* I. BOX >>.0.". M.... u..aO.D* >)>!..e

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