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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 20, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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people involved in a tion will be forced

narcotics raid at out of their jobs if

Bedford Lake between revision of Article 5

Starke and of the new Florida

Keystone Heights dn) ', [ Constitution is approved -
4r'a rr by voters In
last November entered ... i i
pleas of not ..:. ati the special election
'aa set March
guilty when arraigned : F7I 1 14. ,
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last week before ,. rj Hr
''' Revision of Article 5 the Judiciary r''
U. S. Magistrate i'. ; jJgjfV'" article as It Is now
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Jos. W. Hatchett in :; 0 In counties under 40,000

Jacksonville. population at $13,500 and prohibit .-
them from the private
practice of law. The limitation
Entering not guilty pleas last 1L of Income will result In the
week were Thomas J. Assen- loss of
za, 25; Keith Chandler Powell. serving as many county lawyers; Judges now In This It Snoopy, alias Jim Lawson, of the comic strip g.
19, and Ms wife, Constance the 43 counties that are under "Peanuts." who will star 'In the March of Dims" benefit i'
Powell; Patsy Lee Walker 22; 40,000 population, Brad- .tag. production next weekend.Snoopy. +
Dennis J. Campbell 20; James ford County; Judge TheronYawntold ,
Joseph Dupre, 22, and Keith .. the legislative delegation
Combs, 19.Facing last Wednesday. :
arraignment later this) I J
month are James Newell Tay The Judge's comments were Stars
lor. Sherwood Marc Willis, and among a number brought to
Greg Willis. the attention of the county'slegislative
Assenza listed by the qd- Car Is In deep,Call Street ditch after running off end of St. Clair Street.Melviri delegation of State
eral Bureau of Narcotis and Sen. Bob Saunders DCalnesvllle j
Dangerous Drugs as the leaderof and Reps. Gene Shaw,
the narcoUcsoperaUonwhlch D-Starke and Wayne Holllngs- In Production ; -

reached Into other areas of worth D-Lake City.;

_.. ..E&ridOf: .,was described as an, Rep. Shaw said the delegation S
I unemployed hairdresser at the If cognizant of the salary problem -'
time of his arrest In Gainesville In Article 5. Private practice Dimes
on November 24. J ,. by county; Judges, In addition For $$

Most of the others were arrested a .. to their elective: legal
at the time of the raid P. Q Inn of Starke received scene of the accident three time getting the badly stuck calp Hazell Whitt. received slight duties Is a common: practice> ,
.on two cabins on the north side cuts",on his hand when minutes after It happened, acout of the ditch. It took an hour Injuries when a 1968 FOrdplckup : -, Shaw says. Many Judges. such
of Bedford Lake where officers he was Involved In a singlecar cording to city police records. for the wrecker to get the car driven by Lula Bell collided,, as Yawn probably make as "I tingle all over when I will be achieved through lighting -
confiscated restricted drugs accident Friday night, Jan. A Hurst's wrecker had ahard out of Its Jam. with the Whites 1970 Datson much .In their private practice think about that play," says different areas of the stage'
with an estimated street sale 14. as they do from their Snoopy, star of the March of and by manipulating prop
pickup In last Thursday
value of $1.5 million. Taken Quinn was traveling South ina night.a mishap county Judge's salary.In Dimes benefit production'"You In rehearsal for the past 2-
In the raid were 2,378 grams 're A Good Man, Charlie 1/2 months the cast Is now
Ford Sedan St. Clair spite of the
1907 on salary question -
Bell Injured
of marijuana, and 29 different was not but was Brown." winding up the final few days
Street when he failed to obey he will support Article
Conner charged with driving withouta '
pills and capsules contain- the stop sign at Call Street. Doyle license by Patrolman Mervin 5 as revised Rep. Shaw said. The Dimes benefit dinner- before the production opens
ing various drugs, .Includlu "But you're never really rea-
>Q He continued across Call Streetat
II. Jackson. theatre will be staged next "
Yawn said he of
PCP. a restricted Item approves dy Lawson.SI'I..
usedas about 50 and fell Intoa \
mph
an animal tranquillizer but A 1971 Ford two door was the concept of Article 5 and weekend Friday, Saturday, and
deep canal. Damages to his Sunday, Jan. 28-30, on the Snoopy Is the audience's closest -
would
also probably It. lie
producing hallucinations Involved In the support
In
human car were estimated at $800. accident. connection He can't talk
did not ask for a salary Starke Elementary School
beings. Damages were estimated raise
City Patrolman Ottts Cauley mill Address $150. at per se, but pointed out It would stage. to Ms fellow characters In the
Bonds of the defendants restrict play because he's a dog. But
was at the scene at 9:30: p.m. Mrs. Whltt was attempting to cause the loss of a lot of Leading player In the pro- >
their travel to the State using the bland expression ofa
and took QuInn to the Bradford lawyers
now serving as county, based the Peanuts
make duction on
a right turn off 301 onto
of Florida but Hatchett, at dog Snoopy will talk to the
County Hospital where he Judges. As rewritten
Judges In Is Jim Lawsonas
Market Road when Bell struck comic strip>
the of their audience. All of his lines
request attorney are
treated for his cut hand counties under
was 40,000 population the Richard
her dog
from behind. Mrs Whltt Snoopy,
gave permission to Assenza and Chamber FeteDoyle directed to the audience as If
and released. do not have be
to lawyers
Charlie
continued about 10 yards to Jockel stars as Brown.
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Dupre to travel to Columbia, Snoopy Is thinking them. t,
S. C. Between Jan. 20-24 on Quinn was charged with drivIng hit the Ford two door. Bell however. Julie Fuller as Lucy Linda
a "promotional trip" while Intoxicated by Patrol- coasted 50 yards north on 301. Five of six county Judges In Rockwell as Patti Jim O'Neilas In one scone Snoopy has tingly -
man Cauley. Cauley was at the his district are lawyers, Rep. LInue and Gerald Williams teeth. "If I don't bite somebody -
Conner a Bradford rids Legislature while still a Congwwmun Fuqua Shaw said. He added the legislature as Schroeder.The before sundown I'll go t
County native and Florida's student'. at the University; of To Be Here' Friday will probably set the entire play> concerns a stark raving," he says. But II
Commissioner of Agricultureand Florida at the age. of 21. Conner Word has been received that salary of county; at a level typical day In the life of Char since society frowns on such
Freeze Consumer Services will went on to become they which will l attract lawyers or lie Brown. The 1-1/2 Inch thick canine behavior he muitfrustratingly -. 4.
speak Monday night, Jan. 31, Congressman Don Fuqua will other qualified persons. script Is most difficult for the endure his tingly.teetfi.
visit Starke
at the 25th annual dinner meetIng Friday morning Under Article 5. play to be so simple In appearance > Lawson has to really think doggy
as revised
from 10 to 12 No
Hits AtBerries County of Chamber of Commerce has been planned> noon., but the meeting Con- says the state will take over says Jim Lawson to produce the expressions! tot n
,. (Snoopy). There will be no scene
gressman will visit with constituents (S.. Page 4)) changes, but different settings (S.. Pag.4)) I
The annual awards ceremonies during his brief stay.
recounting of tile Cham-
ber's accomplishments of the
ahr num ( rirr past year and> dinner will begin .1

Bradford County's long delayed at 7 run. at the Starke Golf ; Council Still a .
bout with winter finally and Country Club. The 1971 e City Unhappy
DON'T MISS arrived Monday In the wake of dinner meeting will honor Brad- e .
an Arctic cold wave that enveloped ford County's; agriculture industry T F yo
the 25th annual moat of the nation. .

DINNER MEETINGof Below freezing temperatureswere Three outstanding local men With Fees Paid For Taxes
recorded here for at who have brought distinction
least 12 to 14 hours with a low to Bradford County; during! the
reading of 26 degrees. The cold past year will be honored.They .
was short-lived, with a warmIng are Jimmy Alvarez. Florida Still unhappy about the $4,000 duced which would standardize north Florida area. ed out. He suggested the city
Stark..BradfordChamber trend setting In Monday FFA president; Walter Prevatt, In fees Starke Is paying coun- the tax fees."From It was noted that the City; of wait until then to pursue the'';,
night and a low of only 40 Florida 4-H Council president, ty officials to assess and collect the reaction I don't Fernandina Beach paid a one matter. "Maybe they'll find its
of Commerce degrees Tuesday morning. and David Smith Florida's outstanding the town's taxes, the CItyCoun; expect anyone to do anything per cent fee for the same ser costing them less than they:
County Agent Bobby Taylor young agriculture: cil Is trying: to work out a about the problem," Tucker vice. The City; of Palatka paid thought It would he said apparently g-
Monday, Jan. 31 cheaper solution. said of
teacher. Wednesday's hearing nothing, Tucker said. referring to Assessor1
said It was too early to assess with State Sen. Bob Saundersof Clerk Merrill Edwards Long and Collector Kelly.In .
New Chamber Numerous to have again
7 the damage to Bradford Coun officers will measures
p.m.Country Doyle Conner Gainesville, Rep. Gene Shawof pointed out the city has not other action Tuesday night
ty's strawberry crop which had also be Installed at the meet- the fees reduced were discussed -
Starke, and Rep. Wayne HolIIng.worth received a copy of Its tax toll."We're the Council: \
President at
Tuesday night's coun-
Club' thrived under exceptionally Car localFlorida youngest Speaker of the HouseIn of Lake
City.It ; at least due this much -Was told by Chairman Tucker -
mild winter weather. Plants Jr., a the state legislature at that cil meeting. The council finally
was noted that the city: '* Chairman Tucker that he presented the cwt ,J.ell' J.
; respect
Power It will to Councilman Billy
Light employee agreed
had set a heavy crop of bloom time. .)
DOYLE CONNER and fruit, and were In a "sappy assume the presidency of the In 1960 he was elected Flo- Noeg l's suggestion that he talk collected $91,000 In taxes In stated several times during the resolution against placing '
1971 and paid $4,000 In fees. discussion.The city owned utilities under rte
Chamber. rida's to Bradford Tax Assessor Gene ; .fl'
growing condition" about equalto Commissioner of Agriculture -
$2.000 each to the assessor rate setting Jurisdiction of the
Guest Speaker that usually seen In March Carter succeeds B. F. (Bud) and has served In that Long and Tax Collector J. R. and collector, for their services county Is on a computer Florida Public Service C onv<. :
Taylor said. MIzell Jr., president of First capacity; to date. Kelly. In collecting the city tax- system and could obtain duplI- mission to the legislative delegation -tfP
federal A Loan Tickets for the dinner are Chairman Nell Tucker said cate copies of the tax roll.
Get Ticket Moat exposed bloom and Savings of $5 each and may be obtainedat he took the city's appeal for es. Attorney George Pierce told last Wednesday. "They '
at C of C Office fruit fell victim to the freeze Jackson Starke. Vice-Presidents Warren Mare' the Chamber office on Call the fees to be made uniform Prior to a new law placingthe > the council "If you're paying listened with not a great deal
and Winkler'and of I
but actual plant> damage will Street. statewide to the county's; legislative assessing and collecting at $4,000 for the service you oughtto comment. doubt seriously
100 W. Call. Starke not be known for a few days Treasurer Brian Hamilton delegation In last Wed- all ad valorem taxes under the be able to get a copy of the If anything, ever comes of It.
yet, Taylor will also be Installed as 1972 Farm Burru the has Assessor I never got an opinion. ," Tucker
said. Regardlessof Supper nesday's public hearing, but county, city paid roll.
officers. said.Sot .
Cell".', Of damage, the freeze will mean f At Brooker Saturday received no satisfactory ans Gene Long $3,000 fora Clerk Edwards said he has a special meeting tonight
considerable extra expense to Also to be honored are several ., copy of the county's tax roll requested a copy but has not (Thursday Jan. 20) at
Clfa CHaaimtinituSank growers who must hire extra local citizens who have The first Farm Bureau Family weft said the amount Is us- and used that In Pie city City; received It thus far. 7 p.m. to discuss with Engineer
help to clean the plants of fro distinguished themselves by Night Supper meeting will fair" Tucker told his council taxes were collected at city; hall "What Is the council's opin- Donn Ruckman new coro-
3fate zen and decaying fruit, the service to the community; and be held at Brooker this Saturday Tuesday night. "I did not put In Starke, but no changes were ion on proposition?" asked slon protection and leak lUre ..
county agent said. to their fellow man. 6 p.m. it on a personal basis. made In Long's assessment; Tucker noting other cities In veys now required by the Fed
AccetMlt Hew 'lasses Growers had begun to pick The speaker Commissioner The gettogeterr will be held "I don't know what can be they were left the same as the area pay from nothing up era! Government's Department''
Up T. $>>.000 fly considerable fruit for the local Conner Is Bradford County's; In the Brooker School cafe- done about it," Tucker said the county's.; to two per cent. of Transportation under
markets but Monday's freeze first state FFA president Con torlum followed by a brief suggesting that the city take Fees charged Starke amounted "We're payiqrhlaherU1anUV'clty Federal Pipeline Sam y Aet,. {
Federal. Dee.>* means there wffl be no volume\ ner also went on to become national program in the auditorium. AU the matter up with the Florida to over four per cent Tucker ; in our area." Gas Dept. Supt. Bob Paan-- ,,, t
......*.e Get.*. of betties again for the next FFA president In 1948- Farm Bureau famlles are League of Municipalities: In an pointed' out Tuesday night, A new county; tax roll Is due son said the surveys) could cost 32:'i .
two to four weeks 49. He was elected to the Flo urged to attend. attempt to have a bill Intro- higher than any city In the In July Attorney Pierce point- the city thousands of dollar;<*&.>.

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1'T' Griffis-Hodges Famfy DinnerFour
Elouise Siemer, Manager

: i generations of the GrU- generations are, left to right:

.. .. ,... ... I fls-Hodges families held a family Mrs.Miller Joe Mrs.Griffls David, Mrs.Hodges Larry and
dinner Sunday at the home
Ann Barton Oeft), a Central Florida Community of Mr. and Mrs. David Hodges daughter Karen Ann.
member of Sigma And Mrs. GarlMathewsTo Nine members of the two 'J Aa.A ,
former North Florida Straw- College, a Mr. on U. S. 301 South. 1
and is In families enjoyed the,occasion. H -
berry Queen was the first contestant Society; sponsored Pictured above showing four
to enter the Miss Brad- the pageant by the High Springs Mark 60th Anniversary

ford announced Scholarship yesterday Pageant by It Jaycees Mrs. Lawson said that these Coffee Given At t Home Of Mrs. AndrewsMrs.

was chairmanof are the first of an anticipated Mr. and Mrs.; Carl Mathews niversary. Woman'sWorld"
Lawson in
Mrs. Jim of Christianity a
entertain at house A. W. Chapman of Ral
15 contestants who will com- will open MON. TUES. WED. SPECIAL
the event. All friends and relatives of ,
from three to C. E.ScottofBrook-
23 Mrs.
Sunday Jan ford,
pete In the Miss Bradford -
The second contestant was pageant the couple are invited! to at. The coffee table was cov-
o'clock of
five at their home at Mrs. A. W. Gaylord
to be held 19 er,
Miss Joyce Westmoreland February hosts ask "no giftsplease" white cutwork cloth
Cynthia! 347 N. Church Street on their tend. The Camp Standing, Mrs. G. S. ered with a Permanent Wave
) of High at the BUS auditorium sponsored -
(above, right by the Junior Woman's::, 60th "Diamond Jubilee" an- Martin of Lawtey and Mrs. and centered with an arrange-
Springs. ment of yellow and white pompoms -
and Mrs. Le-
Sumrall
Miss Barton sponsored by Club of Starke. Denton flanked by crystal hold- .
Andrews of Starke were
Koch's: Drug Store, Is a student "Any one of the contestants M' 1ri'' Re von hostesses at a "coffee" Tues ers with yellow tapers. Mrs. $::.50 ..-._-.....-...- ..-..-.---...- $9..95 '
at Florida Junior College may well be the new Miss morning at the home of Sumrall presided at the silver
In Jacksonville. She Is 19 years America," Mrs. Lawson said day latter W. Madison coffee service.
old, and the daughter of Mr. "The winner of the Miss Bradford the on OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
Street.
and Mrs. Claude H, Barton of contest will receive $200 a"N One hundred and twenty-five;
Jacksonville. She presently scholarship, trophy, crown,and f Mrs. Wayne Scott of Jacksonville guests were Invited to call between CALL TODAY FOR APPOINTMENT
holds the titles of "Newberry will be sent to compete in the dt } ;w? was a guest speakerand the hours ten and twelve ,
I Is
Watermelon Queen" and Miss Florida Pageant conductedin gave a talk on "Reality o'clock.
"Queen of the Florida Crown." July at Orlando.
Miss Westmoreland, daughterof The girl who captures the I
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. West- state crown will carry it to Atlantic
moreland of High Springs,holds City; in September to
the title of "Miss Tobacco compete In the national Miss SALE DAYSTHURS.: FRI., & SAL
Queen." She is a student at America Pageant.

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Honored WithBridal Meet Jointly; / .

Shower

The circles of the Methodist
W.S.C.S. and the Wesleyan Ser
Denton DeVoe, a recent -
Mrs
Guild held their annual :: 0Umm
bride was honored at a vice .a i T'VVHW' ;
bridal shower Tuesday night of Joint program meeting Monday

last week at the home of Mrs. night Mr.in and Fellowship Mrs. C.Hell H. Nag- Christine BOYS .MENS ,LAD!ES LADI. ES
Fred Bennett Sr. at Hellbronn Dickens.Henle Padgett, "
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Springs.Mrs. Norman,Co -Dowdy hostesses,Mrs.;Harvey were-,' worthy and narrated showed their colored recent slides tour 'Engagement To Wed Mr. Jones' ." U8LIHED C.P.O::3 UNUNED. .r..o.'s:, I'' SWEATERS''' DRESS;SHOES 1 J JASST

McCarthy, Mrs.Bill! Green of Europe. Refreshments were : COLORS WOOL BLENDS'CARRICANS SLIP ONS ASST. STYLES 6. COLORS

Mrs. Glen Norman, Mrs.Reddishand Henry mittee served at by the the conclusion hostess of com-the Mr. .and Mrs. P. C. DickensJr. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Pad- Son REG REG. 4.99 5.1'1! REG.
LaMar
Williams, Mrs. of Ralford are announcing gett of Starke announce the en- .OO
Mrs. Pete Luke.Arrangements program the engagement and approachIng gagement of their daughter. REG. $3.91! $2:17 5.99 $ $4.00 8 $5,00 TO 5.9'1' $346''

of pink camellias DUPLICATE BRIDGE marriage of their daughter Christine to James Allen
were used In the party; WINNERST Sheila Merla, to Stephen Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. ENTIRE STeac MENS LINED LADIES FAMILY
rooms for the occasion. The Mitchell Henley, son of Mr. Henry II. Jones of McLean,
refreshment table was covered A. Sundem and Curtis and Mrs. Calvin Henley Sr. Ga. .1970! BOYS JACKETS C.P.O. JACKETS COAT SALE SANDAL SALE
with Imported linen cutwork of Starhe. The bride-elect a graduate -
cloth and centered with an arrangement Sanders were the winning Tuesday cou- The wedding will take place of BUS, is employed by ASST. COLORS FABRICS PILE LINING VALUES ASST. STYLES VALUES TO
at Duplicate Bridge -
of camellias. Camellias ple Feb. 19 at 7 pjn. at the Rai- Prudential Insurance In Jack- 510.00.
night.; Ken and Townsend! REG. TO 5.99 4.9'1'
ford Baptist Church in Ralford sonville.Mr. '
encircledthe TO
and fern also
Dent were second and Mrs. following the Jones graduated from REG. 9.99 lir.co
punch bowl. with a reception $7.00 & $10.00 $1.00 to $3.00
Hilda $20.00
Games with prizes were en- Lucile Davie and Mrs ceremony In the Ralford Community Hepzibah High School, Hepzl- 32.99
Joyed by the 50 guests. Dey were third. Center. bah, Ga. in 1970 and li pre
The hostesses presented the All friends and relatives are sently attending Southern Tech BOYS ENTIRE STOCK YOUTHS FUSE'SAPPERS
honoree with an electric blanket cordially invited to attend. in Atlanta Ga.
Williams !-
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt SPORT SHIRTS SHOE SALE
MENS SPORT SHIRTS
as a memento of the oc- and Mr. and Mrs L. A. LONG SLEEVES LADIES & GIRLS
casion. Taylor Jr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns LONG SLEEVES ClRLS BOYS
Among the guests were Mrs. Jacksonville attended open and Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Nor- Beta Sgmo+ Phi? STRIPES & FANCIES
Roy Clemons, mother,and Mrs. Mildred E- REG. TO 4.99 SIZES 8.3 REG. TO U9
house Sunday for Mrs. J. A. man visited Mrs. Pbns Activities REG TO 3.99

of Smith the honoree.DeVoe mother-in-law, her Landrum 95th birthday.at Pleasant Grove on vans Sunday.In the Methodist Hospital For Heart Fund 2/3.00/ & 2/5.0011 $3.00 REG. 3.99 $2.22 fl flMENS $1.11 & $1.61


LADIES MENS GIRLS
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority;
Gamma Theta Chapter, held CASUAL SlACKS KNIT TOPS DRESS SHOES SLACKS
A doctor Its regular meeting Monday
evening Jan. 10, at the homeof ASST. fABRICS SoM.L SIZES 7.12 ASST. FABRICS

Mrs. Lenwood Kitchens. Co- REG. 6.99 REG. 3.99 & 4.99 REG.9.99 REG. TO 3.49
who himself hostess was Mrs. Arthur'Pa-

operates on tray.After the regular business I $6.00 $3.00 Oat $4.00 $7.44

meeting, members and their
has fool fora
a husbands enjoyed a Silent Auc-
tion with Mrs. Wayne Wynn

patient. in The charge Service the following Committee plans announced for- D. &. iiipti 1 MIv

the Heart Fund Drive.
It's an old saying but it's never made H &: R Block's charges start at $5 and On Saturday Feb. 12, a dance
more sense. There are some jobs in life last year averaged under $12.50 for will be held at the Starke National r
that you just don't tackle by yourself. over 7 million returns we prepared. Guard Armory beginningat c
The preparation of your income tax And, if we make any error in the 9 p.m. The public is Invitedto h/. yYl Bras 94
should be one of them. preparation of your tax return attend. Donations are $S per 1 1
.
.. OUR REG. TO 1.S9 .
interest couple.On .
And that's where H &: R that costs you any a
Block. The Income Tax If I or' penalty on additional Monday Feb. 14, a special 3s Poly., & cotton In padded & unpadded

People come in. H & R 4 r' taxes due, while we do the National meeting Guard will Armory be held with at I styles. Embroidered & lace cups, some

Block is America's largest (:...'s not assume the liability tile public invited at 7 P.m. e ? with Kodel fiber, fill. White in A-B-C
tax service with ., ; ;,)"t for the additional taxes, A this meeting, Instructorsfrom cup 32 to 40.
more than 6,000() )( conveniently L.. r-,... ti t we will pay that interest the Northeast Florida
located of'r, and penalty. Heart Association' will teach
fices to serve you. ;;: 'A '. t Our one time fee entitles Closed Chest :Massage, a life- Girdes297! !
Your H & R Block "r...' -" .:.. .:. you to year'round saving technique for heart attack ,r.
representative is specially jxy .-.. tax service and victims. >h' , , .
-. On Saturday, Feb. 19. the ..r,
trained and can "" ;'- assistance. sorority members will sponsora Lycra/spondex long leg pantie girdle
provide information on I ;sa V Come to the company Road Block to collect money r tS-- w/front/ sid. & back panel controls.
legitimate income tax ,.. / that more than 7 million for the Heart Fund. white in S.t..L.XL.Panty"Hose\ .
benefits and opportunities Americans placed their confidence Everyone Is urged to helpIn t
that the average man on the in last year. Come to this Community effort to
street. doesn't even know exists. the people who will fill out your fight heart disease. -
For instance; : do you know all about next income tax return efficiently The Sorority Monday; will Jan.meet 24. again at- f 82CCHOOSE
on
deductions for child care or casualty quickly, confidentially. Come to H & R 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
losses? Or, that if your income increased: Block. Grady OverstreetRt. 2, Box m FROM OUR SELECTION TO *1.37
over the last few years, you may save 232, Starke. Co-Hostess Will r Sher:: sesmlais: 'maah In panty' s brief all ,In
anti Nsuirel A fashion ahsdaa In s-A-T-XT
tax dollars by "income averaging And DON'T LET AN AMATEUR DO be Mrs. Charles Flynn. T ti ? % Carps own brand with nude hael. Fashion a
even if you did would you know how to IUR BLOCK'S JOB. ?$ 3o1 Neutral.hda' In S-A-T-XT
go about "income averaging" to begin Mr. and Mrs. T.H.Slade vi l- 6rqRj .flacall' yarn. In. airaieh panty hoi. Neutral t
hahlon' hid. In I ana' Ins all.
with? Probably not..And there's no rea. ; ted their son-in-law and .
Block.Tfce ,1 "" till all lo 150 lb. Fashion s. ntulr.l'
son why you should. After all you're H&R daughter Mr. and Mrs. John y iiiidaa. to pick from
Wbelchel: and family in San- 4
when it comee.to doing
Income tax. intMM Ux-r.---'-. ford over the weekend and at-
tended the christening Af John
Davis Whelchel Jr. at the First
OPEN 9 A.M. 6 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. Presbyterian Church. 'in* QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES
PHONE/ 964-8286 118 N. WALNUT ST. Slades also visited Mrs T.T.
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Long in the Americana Nursing -
Home in Orlando.

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Dr. Cowjgton Honor Guest At t BreakfastDr. is 1 THATS THE ANSWER

A. Y. Covlngton was hon- trait of Dr. Covington which
ored at a breakfast at the Clay will hang In the lobby of the
County; Health Center on Tues- Clay County Health Center.
day, Jan. .11, In honor of his Dr. Covlngton has had a long vt s
26th year as director of the and distinguished career In pub- '
Clay, Bradford, and Union lie health service. He was born! And At
County Health Departments In Martin Tern. In 1906, but I;
a longevity of service that no spent his early life In Paducah I
other county health officer In Ky. He received his degree 4j
Florida has achieved. In medicine from the Unlverslty '
Harry R. Rlggs Sanitation of Louisville, and Interned'
Director of the I Clay County; at the Good Samaritan HospitalIn Baldwin Chevrolet OkisWE'VE
Health Department, made a Lexington: Ky. He later attended .- _
commemorative address, and the' School of Public
also presented several gifts to Health at Harvard University 'j 1
Dr. Covlngton from the Health receiving a Master's DegreeIn i
Center staff who arranged the Public Health. Later he ___ __
breakfast.Mrs. served nine years with the Ken-
Dorothy Szortyke. one tucky State Department of
of the older staff nurses In Health. Miss Marilyn Elaine OeschgerWeds
point of service, delivered a During World War H, Dr.
short talk and unveiled a por- Covlngton served In the Army John M. Olin In New YorkIn

Air Forces and was discharged
International In 1946 with the rank of Major beautiful double-ring cer- length mantilla was trimmed GOT .UM

Seen At f He subsequent served emony on Friday January 14, with matching lace, and she
Theme more than 20 years In the Miss Marilyn Elaine Oeschger, carried a bouquet of pink tea
Women's LuncheonAn Florida National Guard, with daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William roses.
his last assignment being Commanding B. Oeschger of Rochester Immediately after the ceremony -
Officer of the 35th N. Y., became the bride a reception was held In 1 1958 CHEVE11E WAGON 969 Plymouth Fury III 9 Pass. Waged
International theme was MBL Surgical Hospital, basedat of .John Makuen Olin, son of a private dining room of the
out at the Starke Wo- Miami. He retired from the Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Olin Wishing Well, which decorated
carried was White
-
paint with blue ,
military In 1966 with the rank top power leering, brakes, automatic If you want a real big wagon with lots of room for everything,
man's Club luncheon-meeting of Starke. with festoons of crepe transmission, V8 engine and air condition, good solid car Cake a look at this one, It's got power steering, air condition,
Wednesday of last week under of Colonel. The candlelight ceremony paper potted plants, and arrangements Clean, This would make a fine 2nd car. power door locks and speed control, Clean and road ready.
the direction of Mrs. John My- Attending the breakfast were took place at 6:30: ( p.m. In the of cut flowers.
ers, chairman of the International Dr. and Mrs. CovlngtDn 16 Immaculate Conception Churchat
Affairs Department, members of the staff of the Rochester, with the Rev. The bride Is a graduate of $1,995.00
and her committee. Clay' County Health Department, Paul McCabe performing the Nazareth College Rochester $1,395.OO
Flags and posters of other and two visiting nurses who nuptials.The N. Y., class of 1965, and since
countries were used as decorations were attending a public health church decorations were then has been an English teacher -
throughout the club nursing orientation program) at confined to the altar which was at East Rochester) IUgh 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle 4 Door Sedan 1971 OLDS 98 LUXURY SEDAN
house. Members and guests the health center. banked with roses and carna- School. The groom Is a grad-

were seated at Individual tables tions. Preceding the ceremony, uate of Syracuse University, J Clean as a new one, looks like a new one,12OOOmilea and fully
which were covered with a ,group of folk songs was class of 1962, and) lias served I Here another! economy champ at a price that matches the low: loaded with equipment Dark blue paint with blue vinyl top, trade |
white cloths and centered with Leroy Norman has returned played by the church pianist, In tile United States Army for I tion.coat, of operation, thia chevelle run great and la in good condlOld in on a 1972 98 Sedan, you can save big money on this car
flags from various foreign home after four months In the accompanied by the guitarist. two years. He has been employed It old new for over $7,000, Now priced at-
countries.Mrs. TB Sanitarium In Tampa. Miss Elaine Oeschgerattended as an estimator by the
A. M. Rutledge, a mem- her sister as maid of honor, Basic Construction Company of $595.00
ber of the committee Intro- Rev. and Mrs. Matthews Wel- and Mrs. Harry Karafonda, Jr. Newport; News, Va., and for $4 95.OOi
ler of Jacksonville vrlll be week '
duced Mrs. Glenn Farris of was matron of honor. the past four years has workedas ,
wife of Col. Farris end of Rev. and Mrs. architectural designer
Gainesville, guests Dr.' Keith M. Olin attendedhis an
Foreign'Affairs Advisorat John the Diocesan and all will attend brother as best man, and for the Agway Company. Inc.' 196,0PEL .,WAGON 1968 OLDS..98 LUXURY '',SEDAN
Convention of the
the University of. Florida.Mrs. .- ushers were William"" P. Dietrich :of Syracuse, N. Y. He now ,
Farris conducted the pro Episcopal Church In GainesvilleFriday and Carl 0. Greaves. plans to assist Ms brother, Clean as a pin light yellow paint with black interior very '
gram. Appearing IIrstwas Mrs. to Sunday. Given In marriage by her Mark, at Olin's Mobile Home economical, 4 cylinder engine with 4 speed transmission, Dark blue paint with white Vinyl! top,48,000rniles.. new tire* all a-
Ahn, student from Korea who father, the bride wore a floor Sales In Starke. perfect. for going back and forth to work ot for just. running. round, full power equipment, 7 1 here a not one thing wrong with this
modeled her native costume. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief length gown of white velvet; Following a wedding trip, the around town. car mechanically, .it runs like new and we cut the price again.
Representing Japan was Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank MIt- with empire waist, trimmed couple will reside at Shady Oak
Mayuni Christie, wife of a Uni- chell and family visited Dr. with Venetian lace. Her traIn- Park near Starke.
versity of Florida professorwho and Mrs. C. J. Houpt and Dr. $895.00 1595.00
and Mrs. V. W. Strickland In
also wore native attire. Bradford
The Methodist Women's Sun- Local admittances to -
Lolita Balachandran of India Orlando Saturday. day School class had dinner at County Hospital this week

sang an Indian classical selection Mr. and Mrs. James Shaw the Steer Room In Jacksonville Include: Mrs. Llta Cook,Wendy 1970 FORD MAVRJCK COUPE 1967 FORD 3/4/ TON PICKUP
and performed' a Gyp of FSU spent the weekend with Monday night on Mrs. X. M. Strickland, Mrs. Llade Lee,
dance. Miss Ting Ting Yangof
sy Smith's birthday. The class Brantley Mrs. Mary
Taiwan, Formosa played two her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. presented Mr Smith with a Joseph Powell Mrs. Flame orange with black vinyl top radio and heater. and air con- .
,
L. G. 6
M. McRae. They all had a Brown, I cylinder engine, 'standard! trn.mlaslon., good around
selections on a Formosan Instrument dition,37,000miles, 3 speed standard transmission, floor mount- tll.ea.I1
personal gift as a memento Gladys Collins, Mrs. Cleo Andrews and 'a brand new Job, This is worker, and it.
called a "Butterfly" family dinner at the home of of the occasion. I ed. coupled to a gas saving 6 cylinder, This also is a one owner. paint | needs a
Mrs.
Mahalto home
George ,
because of Its shape.Mrs. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown Sun- I car.
Cleon
Lucy Herlong and Mrs.
tine de Miranda of France gavean day celebrating the birthdaysof Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw- Reagan, Starke; Connie MoodyandMrs.
DeWayne and Mrs. Shaw.
Interesting account and ford and son, Kevin of Ocala Ada L,WIlliams Lake
showed slides of life on Reunion Mrs. Dale L. Scott Jr. of visited her mother Mrs. W.H. :Butler; CorbettTerrell, Orange $,495.OO SI)495.00
islocatedoff
Island which
Coronado, Calif and Mrs. John Hart last Saturday. Park; Mrs. Geneva Bishop,
She and
the coast of Africa.

her two husband years before resided coming there for to guests Ivey of of Sanford Mrs. Clyde were B.Tuesday Ter- are IM2C residing and In Mrs.San Diego Mike,Smith Calif Worthington mas Malloy, Springs WaldO. ; and Tho- 1969 DODGE DART CUSTOM COUPE 1967 FORD 1 1/2/ TON PICKUP

Gainesville. At present she Is wlllegar. for 16 months while Mr. Smith Rev. D. T. Farabee is attending Light green paint with radio and heater big 6 cylinder engine
giving a course In French cooking ( Like new In every way, solid red inside and out with black vInyl
Carl Harton underwent heart Is stationed aboard the submarine Minister's Week atEm- ; (and look at this) a 4 speed transmission also new tires and ..
I 6 transmission and
cylinder automatic interior
Discussions representatives with concludedthe the foreign surgery at Riverside HospitalIn tender Sperry. ory University In Atlanta, Ga. | top and exterior. en/lne.trim/ one owner39OOOnules, Clean custom best pick-up.of all its a Ranger, custom cab chrome nd all, Realnice ::'
Jacksonville Monday.Mr. Monday to Thursday
program.A Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Grider
short business meeting followed and Mrs. R.O. Dansby had as Sunday guests, Buddy Mrs. W. B. Mundy; and Mrs.
at which time an Invitation visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Grider of Fernandina Beach, Alma Cox Jacksonville Beach $1,795.OO $1,595.OO
was read Inviting Starke Andrews In Jacksonville Mon- Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Douvilleof spent Thursday to Tuesday with
members to attend a champagne Orange Park. Bob and Bill Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gillingham

reception at the and Riverside candlelight Woman's dinner day.Mr.. and Mrs. Lawrence Stevens Lloyd Doubllle Gilder of and Gainesville Mrs. Kitty and In Key Perrine West. and also visited 11967 Pontiac Tempest 4 Door Sedan 1968 Ford 1/2/ Ton Short W/B/ Fketoide '

Club In Jacksonville In celebration -
Bruce of St. Simons island
.
of Temple, Ga. are guests :
of their 75th Anniversary.
Mrs. Herbert[ Herres was accepted this week of Mrs. Stevens'bro- Barry Smith has left for Mr. and Mrs. Leon ShImer"and 6 cylinder standard transmission, radio and heater, new green I ::
Dark ..
ther and sister-in-law Mr.and daughter of St. Augustine Aqua paint with matching interior, radio, heater, air condition ,-
as a new member. Mrs.J.D. Yeager. Oberlln, Ohio where he will visited Mrs. Shlmer's parents, good dependable transportation, Clean. paint. ,job, its clean and road ready I :
attend Oberlln College. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Sal Smith,
- -
on Sunday. I
- - Mrs. Jettye Hazen of Gainesville $995.00 $1,695.00

and Mrs. Katie Hazen of Mrs. L. H. Futch of Gainesville -
Orlando were Sunday visitors visited Mrs. Hazel Carlton

7JipJI /) of Mrs. A. E. McKlnney. and friends here Tuesday. 1968 OLDS TOROfiADO CUSTOM 1970 CHEVROLET 1/2/ TON PICKUP .


Mrs. E. D. Tenly was last Mr. and Mrs. Argln Boggusof
Soft paint with white vinyl interior and black
/ Tavares will be Saturday gray a vinyl top,
Wednesday overnight guest of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim This, fine car has everything on it from power steering to Light turquoise paint radio and heater, one owner,34OOOmalea.a" |
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bond In Chasteen. conditioning to AM FM stereo radio and tape system, sold fleet side body. Clean. _
Jacksonville and attended the for over (7,000 new. +
Baptist Evangelistic Conference -
seaAT at the Civic Auditorium Mrs. E.J. Bowling, Sr. and j
Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Gene Long attended the
Pilot Club antique show at $1,995.OO $2,195.OO |
THE Mrs. Ethel Simmons of Cheater the Civic Auditorium In Jacksonville

Va. and Mrs. Clara Swans Sunday. ..
of Camilla, Ca. are guests this .
week of Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mr and Mrs George W. 10
f' Brown returned Sunday after a ,.'

g SI AMUsJft Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odom week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. #.
Jr. attended the funeral of Floyd Ralph Brown at Port Charlotte.
Eubanks In Live Oak Tuesday They attended the GE '72 presales I

afternoon. shows In St. Petersburg,
01 the previous) weekend .
Mrs. Louise Kite returned .
FRIDAY NIGH Monday after two weeks In Riv- (See Page 5)) i iA
erside Hospital where she uner-
went surgery.
THE BRADFORD / ,
.

Oysters HaHshelJ, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates COUNTY: TELEGRAPH / I
of Jacksonville were last Tuesday -
guests of Mrs. Nancy Cun- Published every Thumlay
HALF OWE ter and Mr. and Mrs. p. D. at 138 W. Call Street
DOZEN _1.Q Fancher Jr. SUrke. Florida 3M91 U.S. 301 North Phone 934-7500

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Second! class postage paid
were In Lakeland over the at I SUrke. Florid. STARKE FLORIDA
SHRIMP weekend visiting: Mr. and Mrs ,
G 0 J. W. McNeely. Subscription Rates!

In trade area: SS.OO peryrrj
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hard-
.
Ing Sr. were In St. Petersburg 92.73 sue month. 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"
and Tampa over the weekendIn OnttUa trade lllea: IS JO

scmo IITM.MUD. ijmro o* raoo ntt celebration of their 48th 9r rear| $3.00.1: month .
Tf'O "" N 'LeopYt t'
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Pay ProvidenceWill


Proposal Hil. <. ..' SeekIncorporation


(From Pop 1))

pairing MlariMi of county lodges l I Amovemffit to Incorporate the'
es 1977. but until that time : .
4 tf se town of Providence in western
counties will continue to
pay
Union! County; took a step Cor ,
at rates set tor the Legislature.
ward Monday night when committee -
.
i. was named to suggest
Items mentioned at its
Other
hearing Wednesday Included i f' town proposed boundaries tor the

placing city utility rates under
CovlngtoO temporary
the Public Utility CcmmlssUn. & aWooffthenn

tats retirement requirement ating effort appointed J. W.
calling for continuous duty,fUrLrhplansntlon Osteen. Jack TViggl, and Carl
ther of education '! l .. '
? F I : on the boundary -
Improvement fund Ian Increasing nnmiserv

the states compulsory The Monday meeting.. attended
school attendance age raising by Garnet Dukes, mayorof ;
the small claim limit
court ,
Worthington Springs, who
to $1.000 and establishing a '
described the benefits In civic
uniform which cities
plan by
Improvements to that town sine
tax collection and
can pay assessment
It was Incorporated ten ;years
fee to counties.
ago. After his talk, the group\
The legislators were requested : voted to go ahead with the Incorporating -
to take a stand agafiast! effort
placing municipally owned utilities Another mooting: will be held
under the Florida Pttb- at; 7:30 p.m. Friday Jan. 21.
llc Utilities Commission lay to receive the report on pro

Starke Tucker.City The Council chairman ChairmanNell pre posed boundarlM Mrs. Edward F. Cole and daughter LoHle Marl. 2, receive BIP award

i ira from Chamber Etc John Myers.January .
sented a resolution to that effect
passed by the city, coun vice age 62." .
cil. There Is a profiled bill from
"If we have to go to the Pub- some cities requiring tax collectors -
lic Services Commission It to make tax distributions BIP Awards
would put us In bankruptcy" weekly. His office Is under -
Tucker stated In the past budget a computer system In Winter -
year, be added $84.000 Park, Kelly said, making Two Bradford: Improvement Awards were presented Mondayto
was transferred from Starks's -eh '+1Nw.n It Impossible to distribute Cole's Texaco Service on Temple Ave. and to RII..' Place on

power plant fund Into the city's; Tau E Madison Street. .
ygeneral' fund for operating ex Starts-Bradford County, It brings to 22 the number BIP awards presented In the past
r penses. : Chamber of Commerce does 13 months by; the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce In Its
The City of Starke also suggested not IU )lowering the membership continuing Improvement program.
rate of of the Florida senate A complete remodeling Job was done on both the January recipients -
fees be charged by counties below 40 members or the statehouse Improvement awards. Both are termed assets to the
for assessing and collecting below 120 Chamber Exec City of Starke by Chamber Executive John Myers.A .
city taxes.Those functions were John Myers told the delega homey atmosphere has been given Cole's Texaco with a new
consolidated under the county Rut Ebe>rle receives BIP award.In tion.The roofing facade plus the addition of grill and brick work. Mr. and
last year In a new state law. DOoslbUltv of raising the Mrs. Edward F. Cole operate the service station.
$4.000 ($2,000 each) Is being char unit for each mill In ad small claims court llmltfrom Russ Eberle has redone Ms bar on East Madison Inside and
charged\ by the county, tax assessor this area pays for tax collecting budget pays the Putnam Coun- valorem taxes the county, turns $400 to$1.000 was asked by out. Only tiling remaining to be done Is Install new doors which
and assessing service.In ty assessor and collector each
and tax collector to back to the state. A seven B. F. Muse! Jr., presidentof are on order.
carry out these functions for fact the city, says' some one-fourth of one per cent, or mill cap was placed on the First Federal Savings &
$750 each. Lake City nothing -
the City Starke. area cities get the service per- and Live Oak pays pays the funds but so far the state Loan Association of Starke. If following the regular one, Shaw the delegation to consider raisIng -- In Itself.
The city, says $4.000 Is higher formed free.Cbainnan. assessor and collector $1,000 has funded only 4-1/2 mills Article In 5 passes, courts civil Jurisdiction will says when It will be the only compulsory school age from Tickets for the dinnertheatre
than any other city of anywhere Tucker said the each. Supt. Casey says. county; topic considered. 15! to )J6. Ha also unreel that are $4 per person. It will
near comparable size City of Palatial, with $300,000 Prior to the new law Starke Bradford County schools have be Shaw vested pointed at.out.2500. Rep. Speaking for the Bradford]Development kindergarten unite be considered be catered by the Holiday Inn
wag paying Tax Assessor Genef3.000 213 teacher units now and a Authority, Chamber full teaching units for state of Starke. Only advance tickets
Long for supplying a mill of taxes Is worth approximately On reapportion! Shaw said Exec John Myers asked If lump\ funding purposes. K units are will be sold because the caterer -
copy of his county, tax roll 345 OOO. 213 times$1.100 the state constitution requires sum funding of the Fair Association now funded at only half of a must know In advance
STOP @fWINTER DRAFTS for those persons living In the equals $234.3001; that less$45.- reducing the Senate by eight Bradford County; Hospital regular teaching unit. how many will be served. No
members The House must also .
000 equals $189.300. the amount and the Dev. Auth.
city. No adjustments were can tickets will be sold at the door.
Transparent Plsuttta Bradford County note for each reapportion, he said, makingno be authorized under home
rule.
The
made the city accepted LOOK'S! Stars Friday, Jan. 28. perfor-
0 STORM KITS roll Just as It came from the mill of the law the legislature prediction that House membership The County Commission has Snoopy mance Is already sold out.
can be placed at 120.
funds. been giving the Fair Association
COWlf;). Reservations for the Satur.
The City Council however Since 4-1/2 mills are presently ber The of Starke-Bradford Commerce has Cham-Joined $3,000.: the hospital$5,000: For,Dimes'. day. Jan. 29 7 p.m. performance
Is incensed because of the higher funded county, schools and the DA $10,000 under authority may be made by phoning -
L- fee and because: It thinks presently net each year $851.- with other small county chambers granted by a 1965 spe- (From Pag 1)) Mrs. Hank Green. 964-
It can collect Its taxes as well 850 In Improvement funds over In pushing for single member cial legislative act. mannerisms necessary to com- 6640. Reservations for Sun
STORM WINDOW KIT 39M as the county.; Neither the council what It would have If the law districts as far as possi The DA received word that municate with his fellow play- days', Jan. 30 12:30 ..
and city; clerk state tau was not In effect. ble.The such lump sum funding has been tinee can be made bymphonbg
Kit consists of 36 x 72 tough platttc ,the city received a copy of Casey la hoping to derive upcoming legislative session prohibited under a ruling from ers."I've been learning how to Mrs. Charles Darby.9645512.:
sheet, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails. opens February 1 I. and
In the more construction and operating the state. Hep.! Shaw says he "
the tax roll past year.School
have tingly teeth. he
STORM 49* funds from fuller Shaw says he hopes It will (knows of says.
DOOR KIT Implementation no such prohibition He also lives In a dog house The fellow who/ admit htu
Tom of the be .held to 45 days, !the tag and will have
re Supt. Casey law Investigate an. .
Kit consists of 36 x 84 tough plastict.NN.r built for a 130 pound man, and averagt/ man usually
sheet 21 ft. of fibre moulding end nslls. asked the delegation to do all Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reapportionment. Issue will beheld the sUuadon.Su.pt. watching Snoopy get Into and Poe on. lo cite several reasons'
At Hardware t Lumber Deafen Everywhere It can to see that the state asked the delegation to have off for ,special session Tom Casey also asked out of that house Is something why he /..,. h* .itn't.rr .
further Implements the educational the word "continuous" deleted

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... Financial, Aid Askew To Propose SeparationOf Education Award of American Made Industry of the :
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. Available For Property Sales East-West Prison Units The 1971 Alpha Kappa Pal National Association of '
SFJC StudentsA Award for outstanding contributions : Manufacturers '
Separation at the Florida StatePrison gram will require general revenue to the Improvement The Robins Company regularly ,
> Mr.. ahd Mrs). Roy; Cl moms at Ralford Into allocations: of $9.7 million of higher education: was supports and aids medi. J
..liII and daughter, Marsha, Mrs. description of financial assistance units In Bradford and separate Union for capital outlay and an presented to the A. 1'. Robins cal research and schools: of '(
Take
",< Albert and Norman JOT Clemens, Randal visited Nor- : available to students' Big Dip Counties will be proposed to the additional $10.7 million for o- Company of Richmond, Va.rat pharmacy in universities
m- man *
attending Santa Fe Junior : perational expenses.
the 76th Annual
next legislative session by Gov. Congress
throughout the
Ronnie Norman In Baptist Hosjdtal country.
it- lese was given at the RoIarY: __ ,.
Reubln Askew as part of his J ----
.; Sunday afternoon. Club Wednesday, Jan. 12. Bob .I
program! on penal reform.
Dr. and Mrs. M.C. Stith ofA Wbeless Financial: director Aid: Program of the SFJC said In DecemberBradford The Governor said he willrequest

? Arlington, Va. and Mrs. San- the school: has around $1 million of new housing fluids for for construction:Inmates on t t
1IIID and son of Bos ROAvn IJ@
rA from various
annually sow
theM Union County
.-j .., have arrived for lion annually from various the single-cell accomodattons side to provide I i
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,r." several Our visit with Mr. mdMrs. sources Federal and State land sales totaled $3,000 from Herbert Norman for 600 Inmates crowded H
, I Jim Chasteen. The StUbs aid scholarships: endowment $111,100. In December: slowing to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noegel of Into the old building now : known
.,, are moving to Salt. Springs VflHI. funds, etcthat is available the record pace set In earlier Starke for a parcel of land as "The Rock"Future : t f.
t lag, near Ocala.r to assist students who need months at 1971 when sales varied on Epperson Road. plans, Askew said,
financial: ]help In the form of from $300,000 to $500.- 14.000 from Mr. and Mrs. also call: for additional facilities -1.1-
and Mrs. Leo Champion
Mr work scholarships: or loans. William C. Powell to Mr. and B
. 000 month. for of "The
per occupants: :
..'. have had.u visitors Sit..John He said the objective is to Land transactions: during 1971 Mrs. Raul! Santiago of MIamI' Bock.: When new quarters are ulmlngepalnng
:,-. Peterson of Mayport over the see that no student who desires almost doubled their 1970 rate Fla. for a parcel: of land on provided, he declared that It t
/; weekend and Mrs. Harry Pur- to attend SFJC is turned but dropped as the ended SR-100. Is his Intention to have the old
nlv: yin and .son of Gainesville on away because of financial: need dipping to $170.030 year In November $22,500 from Mr and Mrs. building, "which: symbolizes the CUStom f Installations! :
Carl L.
i 1112 Saturday.y Brown to
and that anyone knowing students then still further last Mr.and Mrs. approach) : taken toward prisoners -
: Mrs. Curtis Sanders eele- who might need aid, may, month. A. W. Shulz of Brooker for a In the past" demolished. u
in,' bratod her birthday at a luncheon contact his office: at the col- But October was a big month parcel: of land containing: 44 Askew said that tile separationof Y
r*r Sunday at LeChateau: Rest- with property; sales hlttingnear acres.: the East and West units would t. At Its Best With
,.'., aurant, ,Jacksonville Beach. Harvey Sharron DeanforDevelopment the half million dollar mark, $8,000 from Avle iearce: .Mr. also provide for better administration Fishing
ten'( : Helping to celebrate the occaer at SFJC. said that at $494,886, the biggest monthin and Mrs. W. H. Jones Mr.and and determlnlation of
..' Ion were Mr. Sanders. Mr. and 146 students from Bradford 1971. September sales totaled Mrs. Gravdon Jones, and R. P. responsibility; In administration -
,t:> Mn. Lex Green. M.... L.H. County; are now enrolled at $225.900, August $295- Jones to Mr. and Mrs.-Vernon of the prison. d
'.,": Jennings. ErnestJenkina, Mrs. Santa Fe, and that 50 of these 120, and June was big at L., Starling of Lawtey for a Other phases of the Gover-
,*,' Joan Young of Mlddleburg. and receive: some type of financial t.23.001l. parcel: of land In Sec. 12-5-22. nor's proposed reform pro-
.:. Mrs. Mary Welch: and Mrs. assistance: which averages Largest transaction: In Dec- $10,800 from Mr. and Mrs. gram Include: Increasing the
. Gene Kushel of,Jacksonville.: $1,100 per year per student. ember was a parcel: of )land John Backovaky: to Mr. and amount that Is given to each:
He said that five college credit containing .44 acres which: was Mrs J, N. Warren of Starke prisoner upon Ms release from
vt M.... A.W. Anderson visited courses are now being taughtIn sold for $22.500 by Mr. and for a parcel: of land on West $25 to $75 "10 he will have
\"> Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Starke by Santa F.. Mrs Carl L. Brown to Mr. moreland St. more money to live on until L.
i ".' In Callahan Monday. The school: now has a total and Mrs. A. W. Shulz of $13.000 from Mr. and Mn. he Is able to earn his first
enrollment of 8,200. Brooker. Ernest M. Dourlas to Mr. and pay check: : "
'%; Mrs. H.. T. Smith of Santa The speakers were Introduced: Prices of sales are figured Mrs. Francis L. Douglas and A new training program forcorrectional
.. by J. B. Bloodworth. a member from documentary: tax stamps ttieir son, John M. Douglas : officers, and expansion -
Fe Lake 1 la visiting Mr. and A
of the local: advisory committee of Atlanta, Ga. for of the Our boat which call the SI
.<:U. Mrs.' X M. Smith for severaldays. affixed to warranty deeds fllled parcels: probation programs we "Stumpnocker" t
for SFJC. In the office of the county: of land on SR-231 and SR-32L for Juveniles and adults
tts clerk.: The 13 transactions: in $6,100. from Mr. and Mn. will also be proposed. is the finest, flat-bottom fishing boat being .. ;1A;
December: totaling over $1.000 Palmer Williams to Mr. and Askew's' new budget proposals made. It Is of fiberglass construction. .-
"t.) .. Charles Mathews of Cambridge 1h6 old 1 ns'i.C each: were: Mrs. Michael J. Barlev of Include: requests for funds to
*".. Ohio Is visiting his $2.000 from Kim, Elba, and Starke for a parcel: of land In staff 12 community: correctional: 3
.Manufactured.. w '
'>..tbrother. andll8ler-In-law. Mr. Weldon Barrett to Mr. and Sec. 16-6-22. centers now under construction: ; t By t
... : Carl Mathews for several Mrs. Leroy Jackson of Starke $3.300 from Avie C. Pearce to build six additional units;
,' 'Aeek8.e' for a parcel of land containing Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mr. and to convert: six other facil 0 .L2rig .
five acres.: and Mr Graydon Jones, and ities. A new 300-man prison & Sons :
( Mr. and Mn. H.V. Trescott C $2,000 from Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jones to Mr. and Mrs. Is proposed for Brevard Coun
,
t-?- and sons of Macon Ca. were L. Johnny Barrett to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny M. Mount with Mr. and ty.The t
'i.weekend guests of LTC and RM Leroy Jackson of Starke for a Mrs. James A. Knight of Jacksonville Governor said this pro-
a Mrs. VJ. Spongier.i FIBERGLASS
of' "The human brain U like a parcel: of land containing five Fla for a parcel: of
i Miss Marilyn Bellinger returned freight car guaranteed to acres.: land containing: 27 acres In "Culture, when you boil it
,;<:. to Samlbrd University; have a certain capacity, but $7,100 from Bradford Development sec: 2.1522.WISH down, is the act of being unselfish ..*.a ,
;t.v Tuesday. after being home for often running empty." Corp.. to Starke Mr. and Mrs.feuiota some of the time."- I WOODROW GRIFFIS, OWNER j
T. A. Sere of for
! a month' between semesters.Eddle
I'D SAID DeVane Williams Holmes
In Crosby Lake Shores. N. ,
Schwab: of Gainesville $1.700 from Mr. and Mrs THAT County (Fla.) Advertiser. 3 MILES NORTH ON U.S. 301 i
' ?" spent,Sunday with his grandmother Rudolph) DeWater to AI V.Fox- "The only thing that's
Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Chastaln t'
:I'.... Mrs. A.W. Anderson visited their worth of Hampton Fla. for a more expensive than educa-
FSU last Wednesday son. Tommy and Thurs at- 22.parcel of land In Sec. 19-7- tion is ignorance D. El- t PHONE 964-5531 I.t I.
Elisabeth oft
rt Mrs. Tyrrell day.. ridge., Overton County
&'+ Farmington, Com. arrived Sat- $17,600 from Mr. and Mrs.
l'i. urdar, fora two months visit J. D. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs. "Some people work their (Tenn.) Courier.
, .': In Starte, chopping at theMagnolia and Dr.Dr.R.E.T.A Dopson Owen of of Jacksonville Starke R. C. Polhamus to Mr.and Mrs. way to the top of the ladder, "Happiest of men is he who Sales And Service On Att Boats
Hotel Mrs.''Jyrreu attended an Education:: Richard: Jamison of Lawtey fora only to find it is up against values the merits of others."- t t I
Is the sister of the late J.T. Chiropractic SemInar in Augusta parcel of land In Sec. 22-6- the wrong wall.WilliamR. Bcrdena Shirley,Lutz (Fla.)
i,;,, Quigley and spends her win- Ga. over t the weekend 22. Lewis, The Lynden Party Line. .
itors In Starke. (Wash.) Tribune. .
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BROOKER in 'RRI F Local Divorce Rate "

News, BY LINDA Q. COX Is High, Report :SaysBradford

By MayBelle Dobbs man who was still eligible for
County's; divorce remarriage in 1970, there were ,
Our deepest sympathy to the sas to our community.; We hope catered the high side when
BIRTHDAY PARTY by the Holiday Inn rate is on two divorced women who had :
Louis Marton family on the their stay will be a long andhappy Penny Rlggs celebrated her Curtain time 1s 8:30. On Sunday compared with national figuresIn not remarried.
loss of her brother Gerald 1.. one. 8th birthday Saturday afternoon luncheon will be served a recentgovernrnentreport. Census officials conclude that
Warren who passed away at Miss Dottie Redding was a Jan. 15, with a party; with a matinee following. The The tabulations show there men have greater opportunitiesto
Ms home in Jacksonville Sun- weekend guest of Mlsa Janice at her home. The guests enJoyed ticket price of $4 per person are 75 divorced people locally: remarry and greater Inclinations -
day morning. May God comfort Jones in Gainesville Includes both the meal and for every 1.000 married cou
playing games, and pri- i to do so.NEWS.
you in your sorrow. Rev. and Mrs. Aaron SIngle- zes were won by Sharon, Ca- the play. Those who wish to ples. Elsewhere In the South ,
Mrs. Lillian Carter returned tary attended the Evangelistic rol and David Fussell and purchase tickets may contact Atlantic States, the ratio Is 46
home Friday after several days Conference Tuesday through Renee' Mott. Birthday cake, Linda Robinson at 4854621. divorced couples per each 1,000;
In Alachua General. Thursday In Jaek nnvtlle. In Florida the rate Is ABOUTSERVICE
ice-cream and cokes were All proceeds will go to the and, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clethan Johns
Rev. Aaron Singletary visited .
March of Dimes.HAMPTON. 65 per 1,000.In
O.B. Gordon tnd Mrs. Lillian and son Danny, of Glenn !>t. served to the guests by Penny'smother actual numbers, there are
Carter in Alachua General Fri- Mary were Saturday night Mrs. John Rlggs. 321 divorced men in the local -
guests of Mrs. Mary Freemanand MEN I
area and 168 divorced women -
day.Alan PERSONALS
Tarleton and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. according to the report.
Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Brunner Recent: guests of Rev. and ..
Mrs. Earl Dobbs attended a The high divorce rate here Is ,
Mrs. James Temple and family -
meeting at Starke Work Center visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt in line with a national trend
Wednesday.Rev. Crews in Jacksonville Friday. were: Mr. Temple's lather By Karen Supsky that has seen the rate In the Navy Airman Eric P. Johnson i
Monticello
and Mrs. Charlie Red- Alan Tarleton Earl Dobbs Rev.Miss l.Betty T. Temple Jean Temple and; COUNCIL MEETING This fine, old mansion 12 miles South of Baltimore, wet U. S. Increase no leas than son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard .
ding had as Friday luncheon and Mike Dobbs Jr. attendedthe ; Chris Brooks of Getting the New Year off to 1907 for$8000. 33 per cent in the last ten A. Johnson of Ralford, ;
Miss in
wrestling matches In Jack friend with 150 acre*of choice land
guests Mr. and Mrs.Elzle CrIf- bought from the
Cocoa. Other recent guests of a good start was Hampton'sfirst years.In recently graduated
fls of Sanderson, Mrs. M. L. sonville Thursday nght 1960, for every 1,000 couples Aviation Machinist Mate Reciprocating '
his uncle Too
Redding, Mr. and Mrs. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds the Temple's and were Mrs. LeRoy meeting of 72. Houses Can Be Antiques throughout the countrywhowere School, at the Naval -
and aunt, Mr. In seeing that old businesswas
Casklns and son David, Mrs. married there were 35 Training Center
of Perry were Monday Air Technical:
Temple of Knoxville, Tenn. cleared up, the first and named butler room, pantry, kitchen, 1 t
Cella Redding all of Lavrtey and Tuesday guests of her In 1907 by a gentleman divorced persons. In the past MUllngton. Tenn.
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Red- parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jimmy Rev. and and Mrs.Lade James flew Temple from, formost stray dogs problem in the was neighborhoodA with the William Ingraham Ruuell wrote a laundry, bath,7 bed-rooms,attic year this ratio rose to 47 per As an Aviation Machinist Mate :

ding and three sons. Dobbs. Jacksonville to Miami on New decision was made to have book. He gave as his address: 1,000 the Census Bureau re- he will Inspect and maintain :
Mr. and Mrs. Mallle Grif- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grlf- Year's Day toattend the Orange any strays picked up by the Chestnut Hill Jessup. Maryland.Mr. and cupola room;open fireplaces; ports.At conventional aircraft enginesand :
fis had as Saturday luncheon Charlie tie and Mrs. Doris Tusky entertained Bowl game. Mrs. Temple, for- Marshal. He will then see that Rustel's book was a true, grate; latrobe; approach through the present time there are related systems. :
guests Rev. and Mrs. with a Welcome: to familiar and touching story about lined with some 4,272,000 men and womenIn ,
merly of Nebraska, really en- they are taken to the dog pound driveway evergreen,
Redding and grandson Henry America party; for Erick Starke "Cornhusker's" victory. who from water the nation who have been =
the
Joyed In Starke.It a young man rose encircling lawn; supply; 2
Lee
Redding. and and have not
Norman Alvarez divorced remar-
exchange was also made mandatorythat obscurity In 1866 to 2 well and constant
Erik Starke of Costa Rica students from Costa Rica, penniless springs ried. In addition, there are Airman 1st Class Roy N.Hof fler -
Is In the home of Rev. The Temple's took another all does be on a luash. great business and financial I'unnlngltnam. A lake 150 x 175
visiting Thursday night In the community drove to 2,662,000 listed as separated.The ,' Jr., enact Mr. and Mrs.R. .
and Mrs. Aaron Singletary and trip recently. They Other business conernlng success by 1895.In 1895 he was feet for pleasure In summer,ice in of recently
probability remar- of
Starke -
White N. Homer
Center. Red and
Warner Ga visit
; Robins to
animals states that horses
this week. are 46 old. His income the year kind of fruit .
family winter. Every dif
blue decorations were used. Mr. Temple's brotherinlawand years riage is apparently quite graduated from the U. S. :.'
not to be ridden through pri-
We are happy to have three Mr. LonnIe Roberts will sister, Mr. and Mrs. D.P. vate yards or on sidewalks. before was 70000. Perhaps Outhouses: Office, icehouse, ferent for the ment than for Air Force radar repairman
new members added to Ralford leave Friday for her home- Grantham and family. There New business saw the council equal to an Incomeol half million gardener's h ouse, stone dairy the women. For every divorced course at Keesler AFB, Miss
1st Baptist Church Sunday Janet town of Chad bury N.C. to they met other relatives for a accent the rwoUmntion at today. His bubble burst barn with loft and wagon sheds, He is now assigned! for duty .
,.r Singletary and Mr. and Mrs. N. visit her sister, Un. Jane Helen Baker as Councilwoman: December 17 of that year and he hay barracks, poultry houses. Reno Rec with a unit of the Aerospace
DepL .
B. Rosier. Suggs who has been 111 for MryaMrs. for reasons of health, and Ed suddenly found himself This choice property I Ia only 14 Defense Command which protects -
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Green of some time. Fred McDavidenjoyed Saxon's resignation saying that unbelievably In debt and deserted miles from Baltimore near the Sets Homecoming the U. S. against hostile ..'
weekend a four day trip to the
Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs mountains : he had too many other commit- by the friends of his oppulent Washington Boulevard and Events SaturdayThe aircraft and missiles re
visiting
of Mrs. Mary Freeman.J. recently,
guesta
had as Thursday, luncheon guest .
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Highlands N.C. ments. Appointed to replace years. overlooks surrounding countryfor .
Alderman of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans -
E. -
Helen Baker was Grace Seal, From that point on till 1907 miles.." "
visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis of Starke;' Mr and Mrs. Bud TOWN NEWS who was then sworn !in by Ma- his fortunes remained at zero. Reno Recreation Department ,
Green and Mrs. Mary Freeman Clemons and son of Hellbronn Arthur Bruno. George Davis Imagine, $8,000! It was Homecoming Parade will Capt. Thomas B. Dyal son >
Saturday.We Springs; Mrs. Mary Freemanand The Town Registration Bookis yor was appointed to replaceEd When his book, the amazingly bonaf ide because he examined It be held Saturday, Jan. 22, at of Mr. and Mr..Nathan1elb; ;
now at Roy Carroll' Grocery frank story of his career, was 1 with music provided by of Lake graduated
welcome Mr. and Mrs. A. Ruby Dobbs of RaIford. Saxon. and bought it. If Chestnut Ridge jun. Hampton ,
J. West and children of Kan where it will remain irate As Mr. Davis was not pre- published It war successful mansion stands now in goodrep.ir the Bradford High School from the Air University's -:''
registration closing date sent, he will be sworn In during enough to enter a second it has to be worth at least Marching Band. Squadron OfficerSchoolatMax-:
which will be January 29 at 5 the next meeting printing. He paid most of his The Homecoming: game will well AFB, Ala. '"
have lived $60,000 as an antique house.The.cre.ge be played at 8 p.m. In the Capt. Dyal was specially selected -
VR f>.*' ,B4T ,, S o 11 ; '%** s .f ,**,ft.fM.KSfi .B rooker you city; limits for six CHURCH NEWS remaining him of better debts.than Offers average. cam Jobs.to ? Wow!Probably couldn'tbe RJE )' with the Falcons for the 14-week professional -

months or longer prior to Jan- Three young people from which seemed to bought today.at any price in meeting West Palm Beach. officer course In recog-: -
1 uary 1, 1972 and have not registered Hampton were confirmed Jan- He accepted one the busy BaltimoreWashingtoncorridor. Dinner will be served at 3:30. nltion of Ms potential as a leader ,,p
and the
14 at St. Edwards Catho- offer good prospects on
please do so. uary in the aerospace force. He
AI, anq lic Church In Starke. Kathy, strength of those prospects is Norton AFB,Cal- ?
assigned
WINDOW Air RIALS' wd 16f FLExaGLASSGLASSONET SCHOOL NEWS Margaret( and Paul Phillips bought a farm named Chestnut In any ca., I've been Involvedin S. if., as an aeronautical engineer. -
Mr. McKInney announces that were among a class of seven- Ridge. If he managed to hang on buying and restoring some Although more Americans .
? report cards for the third six teen confirmed last Friday to it, the book ends at this point antique properties recently and are working than ever before, A 1958 graduate of Bradford i..
,...-. evening. Each member of the know it the story gives me renewed faith there ire still a lot ot them
L-T-" weeks grading period will be Issued and we never was County; High School, the captain ':,
J .I. to the students of the class received a Bible from probably the beat business in the growth in value of any not working, and probably received Ms B. A. degree In *,
Bishop Paul Tanner of St. antique, be it chattel or real quite a few doing a little of
: amrohy Brooker Elementary School on investment of his life. This is the aeronautical engineering In 1963
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"ft'" J.E. Tomllnaon, cashier of SOMETHING LUSCIOUSThe
'...'.. President Spiro T. which showed that one out of the Florida Bank at Starhe EQUALS
.!It'.. Agnew General Motors new three adult. thinks the Federal was promoted to vice president -

'. Chairman Richard C. GerBtenberjr. government should limit day. Jan.and 13 cashier, It was on announced Thurs- moon shot syndrome means moon shot Idea, has as its base or until top is slightly browned and \j'
and Under Secre- the size of company profitsthe this week. that everything's NOW TODAY, biscuit mix. Apple butler from ajar loaf is heated. Makes 8 to 10
of
tra tary of the Treasury Charts highest measurement in his annual report to stockholders while tomorrow might be even fas a few other easy additions and servings.
their public support for profit controls the bread is ready for the loaf pan. Note: Sliced bread may be usedas
QOt E. Walker emphasized S.L. Peck Jr., president ter. Modern cooks can whip up a
leQ' v t V,10 faith in the American enter. since 1948., of the bank said that deposits miracle of a dinner in mere minutes What could be easier follows: Remove crusts from
4' prise system when they each Mr. Gerstenberg warned Increased by $840,000 with convenience foods. And what's Just a few short years ago these bread and spread slices with butter
Stack 3 slices
addressed the 76th Congressof that the American public during 1971 to reach a year- more it tastes as though it werea recipes were long involved and and preserve mixture.
American Industry of the must understand that, if the end total ol$7,497.027,17jwh1ch many hours creation. time-consuming. Today thanks to and bake as directed. Cut into diagonal

National Association of Manufacturers nation's! economy is to recover Is an all-time high. Capital; Take a delight of a coffee cake the miracle of convenience foods I APPLE pieces to BUTTER serve. BREAD
improved accounts during the year Increased rich with butter tart-sweet with and one-slop supermarket shopping
in New York City. "it must offer greatly $112,650.39( to a year- apricot or pineapple preserves and they whip up in moon shollime. 2 cop pr.par.d bltcwll mix
.: 'v The Vice President defended prospects for profit. end total of $1,341,817.82 the nutty with pecan This unusual MOON SHOT COFFEE CAKE aipoon soda
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.' ...J.ht !;.... economy, striking at criticsas quirement"at tract the cap DurIng the year the local with four ingredients, takes only n Vi cup butler V,cup lugar2gcji
: '<:' "...."11.' ital that finances the new jobs bank became a subsidiary of few minutci to mix and 15 minutes 1 cup apricot plnrappl or
.. \\qj',: tt .. purveyors" of "pallbearinf and growth we need. Florida National Banks of in the oven. And it serves 8 to 10 pvach pros,.. 1 cup vpplv buttvr 5 fVl
said President
glr 's\ t..:%.."... polemics. He He noted that manufacturing Florida Inc., the tenth largest appreciative: appetites! Vt cup chopped pxani cup chopped walnut '
{tl,;,;,, !?';"''j( .. ...... .v....'...." INEIll".4A' Nixon's goal was a "genera profits as a per cent of holding company In the Convenience foods plus imagination Cut crusts from top and sides of Combine biscuit mill and soda. I.",
t :r .'.t. :! .' tion of and prosperity unsliced bread. Cut into squares, Cream shortening and sugar together
; ,'r.1 : 'tr.,1;" O1J/ERffuiS peace equals Moon Shot Coffee Cake
,. half of 1971 country.
first "
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of the American free National Astociutiun bottom crust. J
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: .. .! except as beat in Add pecans. butter and chopped ;
Chuins. Three ingredients fluffy; preserves. ,
Food
of
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'.r.t.'I. 1 '.' any year Tomllnson and George C. can be found on the supermarket Spread mixture over top '
: r (: ; .' '. ./ He quoted from Maxwell Under Secretary Walker, in Whitnar. shelves. The fourth butter, slices and on sides of loaf. Tie string 9 by 5 by 3-inch loaf pan. Bake in
.t.f'I;: I:I'f ;-. ''':'.'. Anderson, saying 'When a commenting on the American The following officers were is handy from the refrigerated case around loaf to hold it together, Bake 350 degree oven for 50 to 55 min-

'., :. ; :..;.::.::: :.; \ government takes over a pea. economy said that the "paceof re-elected In addition to Tom Apple Butter Bread, another in a 375 degree oven for 15 minutes utes or until done.

...')\. .. ;:::'::, 1.' : ple's economic life it be' economic activity is pick- llnson; S.L. Peek Jr., chalr-
.. ..'* ,.' :,-S'r-;' :.;:': 'v.,"'>- ...; '.' | '. comes absolute, and when it ing up and inflation is coming man of the board and president -
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Brown assistant cashier.
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the people it governs. We are improve accordingly.
not going to let that happen "Surely the complexities of
OUR ENVIRONMENTThe here in America"'Mr Agnew business decision-making today RECREATIONCENTER

asserted. are as great as ever" he ? m'lt f F
lime has come for the nation to consider"economic Mr. Gerstenberg stated said. "Nevertheless, the signs of -" '

reality"' in dealing.with environmental problems. that too many Americans and portents of the future AYE Y y"If

have serious lack of understanding course of the economy are RESULTS JAN.17CONNEKS
The 180- Sen. Muskte (D:-Me.) kill to attain zero a MONDAY -
page
about the need for pointing to vigorous eco- 55BUILDERS
the Senate,
overwhemingly by
pollution, which was passed calls profits in the American econ nomic growth in 1972. The 54
law
should be rejected by the House. The proposed is Conners and Builders cams
whetheror omy. He cited an Opinion Re- outlook highly promising
for a flat ban on discharges into rivers indeed." Into this game tied with Iden- r
not they actually degrade the receiving waters. This la search Corporation survey tical 6-2 records, and It tooka vI

neither logical nor practical.It basket In the fading secondsof
the game for Conners to ttlrsd- .
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is not logical because almost all communities would FLORID win 5554. I

lawbreakers. Secretary of Commerce Stans has .
become W1LDLIFE4set '
It was a close game all the -'
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said, "Witness the fact that hundreds, perhaps thousands way with the biggest pointspread '

of American communities pour millions of tons of untreated at the half as Build .,
'sewage into the waters every day. By contrast, COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORS ers led 29-18. Builders led \ .. "
almost across the board, American industries have ; the entire game until at the t '. ..' /!
launched vastly complex efforts to help clean up the air, : by last. Builders was leading 54- -
53 with about 25 seconds left
water and landscape of the country. fouling out In the third quar.tel'
Dr. O.E. Frye )Jr.P In the game when Ken Hampton -
Charles Jackson and Rowland *
; stole the ball and went' In .
Director had 6 points DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
The present legislation is not practical because the cost for an easy lay-up to put Con. Cummings

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BHS Rolls Over Baker. (From Page 9) mate averaging Ing the Ricks team 12.7 Is,In close while rebounding behind team- Conner Tops Bantam League. ., Baby Indians


with a 11.3
average.
ford took a slim 29-28 lead Tornadoes. Bernard exploded In the second mans also had four free throw (From Page 9))
Into the dressing room at the for 13 points In the flve minute naadtiu extended their lead to STATISTICSFERNANDINA attempts but couldn't make any.

haL span while Able added six Greg/ Watkins led Koch with Koch Drugs, 5222. Win 2 Games
In the third period. Coach as Bradford Jumped out to a 12, again on the hot hand of GAME 26 points. Wade Winkler had It was 19-14 at the half, but

Sexton tried a little stragegy commanding 54-40 lied" Jones. When the Pirates could 10, }Harold Leverson. 6, Jerry then Corners poured !it on In
which apparently worked. He The majority; of Bradford'sacoren apt work the ball Into their Score by ouarters- Blalock L Carl Hamm bad 24 the second half to win going

started Bradford's second- In those last five minutes b14-rrun-1 b footten-inch:: Mike points for (oodm.... Keith away." Ity was what determined the
two d
stringers In the first of the resulted from Hubbard "Jones tallied from BHS 11 16 Carter 6. Jerome Winning three games
second half. They did turnovers 17 28 72 Wilson 5. Ken Hampton was high with In a home stand this past week, outcome. A little ward.T. Ful-
a good as Bradford's press took a outside. FB 18 20 14 24 76 Doug Reddish 4, and Lee Casey 28 while Jay Godwin had IX the Junior varsity; cagers of ford, had 23 points for Greenville -
Job by outacorlng Macclenny heavy toll on Macclenay. Jones led the Pirates In the 2, helped Goodman's. Charles Jackson with 9 and Heights Improved Most were scored on

8-4 the before being with replaced 4:49 left by In Metkenhoua kept the Wildcats second period< with six points. BHS- Kicks 6-5-17, Williams The second game was bet- Rowland Cummings with two their Keystone season mark; to 4-6. short inside shots T. Miller
regulars from being completely runoff All three baskets were sunk 6-5-17 White 1-0-2 Newsome ween the front runners. Starke point rounded out the scoring Play of the Baby indiana has had 16 for Greenville
the quarter. the court In the third period from over 15 feet out. 4-0-8. Williams 4-0-8, Henry Builders and Conner Insurance.CONKERS for Conners. Jerry Blalock and been Improving In the past few Doraue Wlngate hit 20 points

"We put the substitutes In by scoring six points for Jimmy Ricks turned In good 5010. Totals 291472. 62 Greg Watkins were high for says Coach Stefan Bro- for KH and Lester Ketch had 10.
at the first of the half hopingto the visitors with a quick lay- second quarter performancewith BUILDERS 53 Koch with 7 points each Wad us.games A very weak Marantha team

run Macclenny down and wear up. Macclenny came back to six points for the Tornadoes. FBHubbard 3-3-9. Erwin Conner was the best that day. Winkler bad 6 and Harold Leverson "We hope to get up to .500 went down 57-14 to the KH
them out." said Sexton. "While score three points but Able 11-0-22, Surlano 2-1-5. Baker winning, 6253. had 2.RESULTS In the next week or so." Junior varsity.; KH led all the
giving our starting six -a little Williams added another free Midway through the quarter 9-1-19, Foster 4-0-8, Williams Donate wingatsi ]has been way and everybody got on the
throw and Bernard Williams Breach scored four straight: 0-1-1. Brezelle 4412. Totals scoring outstanding for the Indians floor.

"The second stringers have ripped off six straight joints points for the Pirates to give 33-10-76. Corners led the way 16-12, the coach pointed out.H Jim Neal led KH with 14 .
been practicing real hard and to end any hopes for a Wildcat them a commanding 13 point 30-24, and 4433. High scoringKen hit for 11 points against Mark Mordente

we felt that they could do the rally. .... Ricks then exploded for ORANGE PARK GAME FRIDAY, JAN. 14- Branson and for 20! In a losing and aryl White had eight points
The loss dropped Maeclen- four as the Tornadoes closed CONNER INS. 63
Hampton pumped In 35 cause against Greenville. each for KH C. Reynolds of
When us.Brandord's regular ny's record to 10-4 for the back to within nine, 26-17. Orange Park rolled over points. Hampton Is averaging GOODMAN 39 Maranatha scored eight of his

came back Into the game witha season. Hubbard added two more as Bradford's varsity; basketballers 30 points per!game through six Conner extended their record Mark Mordwto has been team's 14 points
little under five minutes Bernard Williams was the the Pirates went on to takea 74-53 Friday before a games. Two other players for to 0-2 with a 63-39vlctoryorr playing a tight defensive. game
In the remaining night's leading scorer with 10 38-27 halftime lead. hometown Raider crowd Corners were in double figures Goodman OH.Goodman and Lester Ketch has been STATISTICS
quarter the two pushIng -
Williams. Bernard and Able field goals and eight free throws In the third quarter Brad- Its Florida Star Conference Charles Jackson with 12 never threatened as rebounding well tin coach ad-
for 28 points. Teammate Able ford came out with a little record to 5-1 and Its and Jay Godwin with 11. Bill Conners took a 30-17 halftime ded. BRANFORD GAME
put on a two man show for the lealOnmark1
Williams added another 11 for stronger defensive and rebounding through Friday's Lundy and Rowland Cummings lead. Comers put four players Keystone topped Branford 40- Score by quarters:
the Tornadoes on five goals effort to close to within to 7-". game added two each. In double figures Ken Hampton 27 In an easy game Friday. K1-i-144139.40
and one free throw. eve. mid-way through the The tall Raiders Freddie Aldridge, another had 23 points Jay Godwin The Baby Indian then out B298827
J.V. were never
Drops Able was also the number quarter on a lay-up by Brad- ... fine shooter with a 20 point 17, Charles Jackson 12} and beaten 52-43: by a Greenvilleteam KH Mordent 3-1-7. Ketch
three rebounder for the Tornadoes ford's number 12, Curtis White. headed as they opened a quick average led Builders with 25 Rowland< Cummings bad 10 for described by Coach Bro- 1-0-2 White 3-1-7, Bleasdale
Fourth. with 10, as Bradford Fernandlna's number,Don- 4-0 lead and kept the pressureon points. Jim Prevatt was close Comers Bill Lundy added one kea as "real, real quick."Then 1-0-2. Thacker 02Neal 1-
had Its best effort on the boards nell Baker came right back all the way, leading at one behind with 20 points. Tony point. Tuesday night the Indians ham- 0-2. Wlnrate 5-1-11. Stanley; 2-
to date. to score two and send the Pirates point early In the third periodby Williams and Dwayne Cummings Carl Hamm was the leader mered 57-14 past a weak Mar- 1-5, Fraser 1-0-2 Totals 20-
(From Page 9)) Bradford nabbed 61 rebounds on an eight point scoring 19 points, 47-28. OP's"thing" each had 4 points. for Goodmans with 23 points ana tha team. 6-40.
In the game against Melken- spree and once again a 13 was to work the ball Jerome Wilson had 8, Lee Casey KH led Branford all die way
hous and company, with Jim- point lead. Into one of their three tall 4, Keith Carter 3. andRan- going out to a 14-2 first period
The fodders held BUS to three Ricks men: Mike Soloman, Sam Solo- RESULTS WEDNESDAY dy Edmondson one. Coach Brokas! began GREENVILLE GAME
my : leading the way with In the final two minutes of lead. Then -
points In the third\ quarter. I- 14 grabs Bernard man and Ezrard Sapp all of JAN. 12- and continuted
Williams also the period, Bradford< scored BUILDERS 48 to substitute Score by quarters:
vory Jones scored the first had 14 for the Tornadoes six straight, to narrow the whom scored In double figures, STARKE BUILDERS 71 to do so the entire game. Ku-914814.45
CONNERS 52COODMAN'S
three points In the period.In Murray Melkenhous paced: the margin to eight at the end of The great majority; of that 22 Koch 37 The Indians has an 18-11 1510198-52
/ the second period OP hit Wildcats with 20 points on flve scoring came on easy lay-ups KOCH 22BuDderl Starke Builders blew Kochs half time advantage! ; and were KH Mordent 2-4-8, Ketch
continuously to outscore BUS goals and 10 free throws. Mike akkerrppaced from Inside. domi- out of the gym with a score of leading 31-19 after the third 5-0-10. White 2-0-4 Bleasdale
the Pirates. In completely
20-8 to widen the 41-21 at Canady also OP'S Mike Haltwanger coming 71-37.
scored In
gap double
period. Jowers 1-0-2
0-1-1, Wlngate
the third period with seven Into the game late, provided nated their game with Goodman'l Fred Aldridge with 28
half time. figures for Macclenny, with six points Speedy Greenville poured it 8-4-20. Fraser 1-0-2, Totals
"Shooting has been bad" said goalsrdford points. points. Two of his buckets came the outside shooting that the Oil as they downed the and Jim Prevatt with 27 points on In the first period Saturdayto 19-9-45.
Coach in the final two minutes of needed when Brad- Oil Boys 4822.The final score led fie attack. Tony Williams KH
Steve Bushore. also had Its bestef- Raiders take an early 15-9: lead.
Ills Baby Tornadoes hit only forst to date from tile free the third quarter: on fast breaklacyape ford High pressed too tightly did not reflect Goodman's the difference could added 3 and Stu Rayburn had outscored Greenville 14-10 In

field goals. throw line, converting on 15 when the Tornadoes Inside. He hit seven baskets In the game. three. Greg Watkins was high the second period and trailed
"Other teams have been rebounding of 24. 62.7 ue* cent found themselves on the wrong all of them long 15 to 20 feet only score tnree points in me for the losers with 17 points. 23-25 at the half. MARANATHA GAME
first half and those coming Just '
us also commented The Tornadoes will travel end of the court.In set shots from the left side But Greenville poured It on Score by Quarters:
Bushore. BETS grabbed only 20 to St. Augustine Friday night the fourth quarter Baker and corner. The Tornadoes allowed before the half time as BuIld- again In the third period, out- KH-12111519.57
rebounds x against the Raiders. In a must game for BHS. picked up right where he had Haltwanger to take his ers took a 24-3 lead. Build- and taking a 44-31 M233614
BUS was shooting poorly at left off at the end of the third shots, never putting a hand in ers had three men In double STANDINGS (thru Monday lead visitors let up again KH Mordente .4-0-8 White

the charity; line with 44 percent STATISTICS period and added a quick two his face. figures. Fred Aldridge led with Jan. 17- Conners 7-2 BuIlders In the final period and KH outscored 3-2-8, Cannon 2-0-4, Bleas
compared to 65 percent for points. The Pirates went onto Midway the third period the 18, Jim Prevatt had 13, and 6-3, Goodman 3-6, Koch Greenville 14-8, the dale 1-0-2. Thacker 2-0-4 Jowori -

OP. Bradford 13 16 25 21-75 outscore Bradford J1In Tornadoes apparently decided Tony Williams had 11. Stuart 27.SCHEDULE game ending 82-45 Greenville 1-1-3, Neal 6-2-14, Wy-
the first three minutes of the Rayburn had 4 and Dwayne Greenville opened with a half- man 1-0-2, Wlngate 3-0-6
better to work if
Coming out of halftime BIIS Macclenny 18 10 12 20 -60 they had go
had Jerome Wilson
Cummings 2.
closed the gap to 29-43 but final period. they planned to win the game. FRIDAY, JAN. 213:30: ; court press that botherd KH. Johnson 0-2-2 Fraser 2-0-4,
With five minutes remainIng BHS full court led Goodman's with 9.while Builders" vs Koch; .:45, Con- but the visitors exceptional Totals 24-7-57.
seemed to light the fire of the BHSRicks: 3-2-8. A. Williams put on a tough Keith Carter had 6, Carl Hamm;;; ;
Raiders' offense OP hit ,for 5-1-11 White 2-1-5,New- In the game, the Tornadoes press and became much more and Lee Casey had 2, and Doug ner vs. Goodman !quickness: and rebounding abll-
15 points straight: to open a some 3-3-9, Berry 2-0-4, Williams came out with a strong aggressive on the boards.They MONDAY JAN. 243:30: ,
Reddish had one. e. There appears to be a sub-
full
court to
whirlIng
press come Koch vs. Goodman; .:45,Builders -
50-31 gap with 2:58: remaining 10-8-28. Simmons 1-0- began to get a second and
back. Bradford held Fer- Amtrak must, keep On dining ttartital' difference of opinion
In the period. 2, Henry 3-0-6, Barber 1-0- third shot at the baskets for vs Conners.
CONNERS 52 ear tradition olive between those who think/ lIDO
nandlna to two if onlyso
only baskets WED. JAN. 26- 3:30 Good
Jones BHS's 2. Totals 201575. first time In the ,
Ivory high point the game.
KOCH 22 that succeeding oobtical parties aren't enough
In almost four and half minutes man vs. Builders; 4:45: Kochvs arnerotfoiie
man, hit forlS points, four of as the Tornadoes The following game was another Conners. will know total a finger bowl :and (hose who believe they are
them late In the third quarter. MacclennyArllne"- 2-0-4. press Williams got the hot hand too
rout as Conners blasted I look Wee. many.
Sheldon Hodge scored Brad- Melkenhous 5-10-20 Mann 2- began to reap results. The Pirates scoring 15 of his 22 points in

ford's late two points In the 4-8. Rulse 2-4-8, Kennedy: 2- only score until the final the second half. At one point
period to leave BHS behind 1-5. Roberts 2-3-7. Belford 1- minute of the game came on in me third period he hit for
60-37. 0-2. Canady 6-0-12 Cason 1- two long Jumpers by Baker. nine straight points while OP

BIIS pushed harder In the 02. Totals 211860.FERNANDINA Jimmy ,Ricks scored touratra.laht scored but two points.The spree
cut the OP lead from 15 points
fourth quarter but could not baskets and eight
GAMEBradford's 49-34. to 10 points 54-44. In
cope with the hot Orange Park
points in a two minutes span first
the of
minute the third
defense. With 2:50: remainingIn
basketballers almost as Bradford exploded for ten
the game OP had Jumped 30 did< It again Saturday night straight points and closed the period.BHS continued to surge. Ver-
points In front of BUS 70-40.
to 67-66 with a minute -
with another heart-stopping gap one non Barber, replacing Malachi
fourth quarter rally. A very left on the clock. Henry who had fouled out, "
STATISTICS :
Scoring by Quarters: questionable call of goaltending Bradford's.scoring spree.... grabbed a rebound and sunk a .. a ...|V-'".... ,,..i'I';'.Jlill"" 1L..r.Ij' .."...nI'"4 \o1.j.# .
then ended Jimmy Ricks .y ."r.
however cost !
BHS 13 8 16 11 48 behind lay up'to1 make the score 56-
OP 21201917-77 does a come-from win called for goal-tending afarblocking 46, OP. Center Jimmy Ricks y .it, ;, .'"- *";
at Fernandina Beach edged past a Pirate shot. The got a short Jumper to make It "1 .' r.' "".' ; >_

BITS Blalock 3-4-10, Golden, 76-72. questionable call gave Fer- 48-56 and floor man Willie i/' ..n. 1,
4-0-8, Hayes 1-2-4, Jones 8- The Tornadoes were down by nandina a 69-66 lead. Newsome hit a Jumper from the i ." ;, '.\

2-18 Hodge 4-0-8 Totals 20- nine 52-44 at the end of the Bernard Williams then came top of the key to close It downto :
8-48. third quarter but were ableto back with a 15 foot Jumper as 56-50 two minutes into the .

OP FJors'13-8-34. Sapp close to within one point Bradford once again narrowedthe \ fourth period.It .
4-1-9. Haltwanger 3-3-9, Cay with a minute remaining be- lead down to one. \
hind a strong full court press. was the closest the Tornadoes "
3-0-6 Floyd 1-0-2, Solmon 1- The two teams exchanged baskets -
0-2. McKeMe 1-0-2 SUckley With 45 seconds showing on as the Tornadoes found were to get all night.

1-0-2 Dollson 1-0-2. McKInney the clock the Pirates worked the themselves still one down with OPs Haltwanger hit a Jumper : .. ,
1-1-3 Williams 1-0-2, Jef- ball Into their forward Ronald the Pirates trying to free.. the from the key, Ezzard Sapp got : t
ferson 2-0-4, Totals 32-13-77. Brizzelle but Bradford's;Jimmy another lay uj, and 6-10( Mike
Ricks batted Ms shot away. ball.Willie Newsome then fouled Soloman rebounded and put up

FERNANDINA GAME The officials however, called Fernandlna's Brezelle In an another lay up to open another Is There

Fernandina Beach's JV bas- !goal-tending on Ricks which attempt to give Bradford another 10 point 62-52 lead.
ketballers rolled over the Tor- gave Fernandina the bucket and chance at the ball.
Continuing to battle the Tor-
nadoes 72-37 Fernandina Sat- once again a three point lead. With 17 seconds left on die
nadoes closed It to seven points
urday night to mark up Brad- Bradford was able to close clock, Bretelle sunk both clutch: difference with 1:08 left In the r An Easy-
ford's seventh loss for the sea- back to within one but were free throws In a one-and-one game. Then time ran oat on the /1
situation to the Pirates
son.Fernandina never again In position to take give BIIS five They purposely fouled
Jumped ahead 6-2 tile lead.It a 73-70 lead.Bernard tile Raiders to get possession,

with 5:53 left In the first per- was free throws, however, Williams sunk another but Haltwanger and Sam Solo- ,

iod.Terry that cost the Tornadoes the win. 10 foot Jumper for the man hit four free throws on Chair
Hayes hit for three Bradford converted on 14 of Tornadoes but Bradford found one-and-one situations to
points along with five made by 27 shots for a cool 52 per cent themselves still one point down. thwart those attempts.

Sheldon Hodge to make BHS's from the charity; line. With tile Anal seconds ticking HAS %t'f4ri ,
hunt In there inthefirat
Their shooting: from the line .
last Ricks Intentionally In
points for the period. But off the clock, Jimmy -
would have been how- period the first ,
FB kept pushing to lead 21-10 worse fouled Hubbard In quarter ending
If It wasn't for the Pirate with Oranre Park In front
ever 13-11.
at the end of the first quarter. a last ditch-attempt to give
Mike Hubbard. On tile Bradford a last chance at the That. lead was stretched to 10 111 .
Hall and Jones made four six different occasions Hubbard points at the I",1tR'R: "nd>OP L111111.L.

points each In the second per- Jumped Into the lane before ball.With outscored BHS 23-15 In the == Your
iod with two points each screed the free throw had hit the backboard two seconds showing onto second eight minutes of play.

by William Bacon and Nach giving Bradford a second clock, Hubbard sunk his BBS won the third quarter 16-.
Green to push the Pirates' lead chance. On all six occas first shot and then Fernandlna 15 and was outscored only two
to 35-15 at halftone. ions the Tornadoes had missed grabbed the rebound from Ms points In the fourth period
their shot but made it on their missed second shot and scored 2321. Future?
FB held BItS to five
< only
points In the second period. second go-round. as the final buzzer sounded. OP sunk 27 field goals, only
Jones paced the winners with one more than BHS' 26. But '
Eddie Blalock hit forthreeof Bradford could have won the 22 points on 11 buckets from OP hit on 20 of 31 four shots ,:: .
them and Avaughn Golden
technical fouls alone.
game on the floor Fernandlna's other
scored the other two. Fernandlna had three technical point-man, Baker was the number (84 oar cent} to only 11 of 27 : '. "

The Pirates' Edward Hall called on them but the two scorer of the night for BUS 41 per cent). BUS 'j
scored 30 points to be Fer- Tornadoes missed all three with 19 points on nine baskets hit:20. or 85 field goal attempts, .1 ,

nandi a's high-man as Phillip shots which could have made from the floor and one from a 31 per cent average.- ,..j ',' Looking for a sure fire way to get
Jones hit for another 18. the deciding difference.: the charity; line. Teammate It was BHS'second conference

Actually on each technical BreMlle added another 12 for loss of the season. Orange more for your money.. .safely? Read RATES UP TO
Sheldon called
Hodge BHS' the Tornadoes
was highpoint foul were
the Pirates. Park will come to Starke Jan-
man with 11, Hayes and In position to make as many: uary 29 for a rematch. Through on Now you are guaranteed the
Ricks and Able Williams
Jones Jonew were close behind with as live points but scored only paced the Tornadoes with 17 Friday, OP had lost only three \ highest allowable interest rates when

seven points each. one.When each foul was called< points each. Teammate Bernard games, two of them by a single invest in DA
Williams was close behind ,1 r you our savings certificates. 6
FB out of halfttme Bradford was in a one-one sltutaflon ;
came scoring -
at the line. Bradford with 16. The Tornadoes :"d/ Learn the facts call
eight points all -by Hall. Score by quarters: ( soon.
to put FB way In front, 462&In made one of the two shots hit on' 29 of 65 shots from BBS II 15 16 21 63 .",. ""
but then missed the technicalshot the floor tor a 44 per cent OP 13231523-74 :: .:.' '., Per Annum
the fourth quarter FB hit also Then Bradford when shooting '.
averag
for 62 percent as Bradford they; took the ball In from the The smaller Tornadoes were BHS Ricks ..: }..': :'
3-3-9 A. Williams
scored only 28 percent of Its side, turned It over. outrebounded. Bradford ON CERTIFICATESOF
10-2-22t McKlrmey 1-0-2.
free thrw In the first quarter the Pirates would pull down only 44. Ricks White 0-1-1. Newsome
free throws. FB now has a Jumped out to an early led the Tornadoes In reboundIng Berry 1-0-2, B. Williams 6-2-14 4-2- INVESTMENT '
4-3 season record as they 4-0 lead behind the hot hand with 14. AM Williams was 10
Henry 0-0-0
Barber 1-
almost doubled BUS ,
72-
over
C1f Erwin Jones Jones sunk doe behind with 10. 1-3. Totals 261163.
37. one from 10 and another from The Tornadoes sunk only 14 Orange Park Jenkins 3-1-

15 feet out.. Femandlna of 27 free throws for a 52 7, M. Soloman. 4-4-12. S. Solo- Our Hour i

STATISTICS Jumped out to an early lead. cool per cent. This however, man 4-5-13, Haltwanger 7-2- Mon thru, Thur*. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Score by quarters: Able Williams put the Tornadoes la better than their,10 game 18, Sapp 7-8-22, Morrow 2-0-4, Friday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
BHS 10 5 10 12 37 on the boards 1:22 Into average of 44 per cent. Totals, 272074. Closed SaturdayFIRST
FBH 22 15 13 22 72 the quarter with two foul -
shott. Bernard Williams added In fo games the Tornadoes
another from IS feet out have averaged a frigid< 44 FEDERALSavings

BITS Blalock 2-1-5, Golden and Willie Newsome got his per cent shooting from the line It Is imping that, al '
2-0-4. Hayes 3-1-7, Jones 3- own rebound and scored from and 37 per cent from the field. fe..l
1-7. dodge 4-3-11, McRae 1-0- 10 feet away as the Tornadoes Bernard Williams leads the then are still enough trophlea and Loan Association of
2, Martin 0-1-1. Totals 15-7- closed to within one, 6-5, with Tornadoes In scoring after the for Just boot everybody Starke

..37.FBH 4:22: remaining In the quarter. first ten games, avenging 15.8 e *
Bacon 2-3-7. Green Able per game. Teammate eSom. Stark, Florid
2-2-6, Jones 8-6-13, Hall 14- Fernandlna then began to WUiums Is close behind companwt have equal TELEPHONE
2-30. Strapper 1-0-21. DenUns dominate the boards on defense averaging 13.9. Jimmy Ricks Mrfafl poUcitt: they.toon'l take "The House Of Savings 395 964-5000
1-2-4. McNeil 1-0-2, Hamilton. The Pirates scored six straight Is averaging ILl points per a. tfotmo man with too much W. MADISON ST.
1uair
0-1-1. Tyler 022. Totals, points and took an 18-11 first game and Willie Newsom 11.9. with; too or "le.addr.aI1.d/ "'all

271872. qjuarter lead. Able Williams. also lead-

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West Nassau In

Bradford's full court press was just
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too much for Macolenny as the Tornadoes 2x

rolled over the visiting Wildcats 75-60

Winning Weekend streak.Tuesday night to end a two game losing __


The Tornadoes were at home for the

first time Tuesday night after a disas-
Abraham scored 12 Perry led the winners with
Lake Butler rolled two Perry :
I wins over the weekend up to take points In the first quarter to nine field goals and three foul trous road trip in which they droppedtwo

over sole possession of first keep the Tigers close as Nassau shots for 23 points. Team conference games over the week-
place In the Suwannee Confer Jumped out to an early mate Ronnie Mack was close end.
ence. 2x-18 first quarter lead. behind with 21 points on seven
Friday night the Tigers upset Lake Butler came back to charity; shots and seven goals.
;
the eighth ranked Hawthorne outscore the Warriors 2017In Bernie Hudson ended the night Friday night Bradford trawled back to within one.
Hornets 65-52/ to take first the second period b take with 14 points. to Orange Park to be "We Just decided to see what ,
defeated 7463. Fernandlna would happen If we started off
In the conference.
place
slim one"point lead at the half. Keith Avilllams paced the los- Beach then edged the Tornadoes with It."
Lake Butler then poured It In the third period Lake But ers with 19 points' on nine goals 78-72 Saturday night In
half ler pushed 20 points throughthe and foul Teammate It was the full court press
on the second Saturday one shot. the float seconds: of the game.
that kept Bradford close In the
night to down West Nassau 79- Harry Donnely followed Tuesday's It the second'
net to Jump out to a 58- points guns early going as the Tornadoeswere
69 and up their mark to 9-3 49 lead. During the final per- Williams with 18 CDelghtaoaIl. time this season the Big Red having trouble finding the

for the season. iod the Warriors were able to five has beaten tough Baker right distance to die basket. I

HAWTHORNE GAME close to within two of the Tigers Lake Butler's Homer Weeksplayed High and big Melkanhoiu. In the first quarter, the Wildcats 'h

Lake Butler emerged froma J but foul shots killed the only one and half quarters The two conference losses had a hot hand from the z

molasses-slow fourth quarter W. Nassau. but scored six points and dropped Bradford's record to floor as they Jumped out to a
West Nassau outscored Lake
Friday night with a 65-62/ nabbed eight rebounds. 6-5 overall and 3-3 In the con 18-13 lead.During .
Butler 60-52: from the floor
"This Is the first year that
upset vlcotry over Hornets the eighth and but could manage only nine Weeks has played basketball." ference.Femandlna Beach and Orange the early going the
ranked Hawthorne
from the charity line. coring see-sawed back and
points
said Coach Thomas. "But he
to take the lead In the neck- Park are leading the conference
forth until 20 foot Jumperby
and-neck race for the Suwan Lake Butler scored 25 points Is doing a real consistent Job : with Identical 5-1 records, Malachi a Brad-
nee Conference championship. from the line as they converted on the boards and you can but have yet to meet each other. Henry gave
ford the lead for the first time
on 72 per cent ((25 of 35)) expect to see him play more Bradford will face both teams

Hawthorne, now 10-2, was rated of their shots. and more." again at home during the regular In The the game.lead didn't last for long
eighth In the state among season.
the Wildcats exploded for
Class AAA schools prior to as
the game. The unranked Tigers According to Coach Mike Sex- eight straight points and retook -
Jumped to an 8-3 record I ton, the Tornadoes still have a the lead 12-11 with 1:40:
good chance at the remaining In the first quar
with the win. converence:
Lake Butler, up by nine points Conner Leads crown but must win Friday ter.Bernard the
going Into the fourth quarter night as they travel to St. Au- Williams paced
slowed the ball down In the gustine. Tornadoes during the first per- e
iod with six points.Macclenny's .
and managed a
final: period h
three point victory with the Bantam MACCLENNY GAME six-foot-ten
Hornets closing fast as the Cagers Macclemy Just couldn't cope forward, Murray Melkenhous.
final: buzzer sounded. with the Tornadoes' strong full sunk a basket only two seconds

makea court press and the pin-point Into the second: quarter but
The Tigers failed to In At shooting of Bernard William* that was all for nearly two
from the floor]
basket MidrS
the final period but sunk six eason as Bradford downed the Wildcats minutes as the Tornadoes put
Lake Butler's 75-60./ on a strong defensive show.
free throws forced as the Hornets Bradford held but a slim one Sheldon Hodge, a consistent scorer far the Baby Tornadoes, takes aim
slow-down Able Williams exploded for
point' lead at the half but Jumpedout
.
Into fouling. Comer Insurance: and Starke and Lee Casey had seven mints. to a commanding, 14 point three straight: points and Henry against F.rnandine.BLbyV

Difference In the game was Builders have battled since each. Hampton with 17 led Con' ,..lead.at the end.of the third .added another two as BUS ""..
Lake Butler's hot hand from opening day to see who was ners while Jay Godwin had 10, quarter behind the hot hand narrowed the margin to two,
to the charity; line. The Tigers going to be Bantam League Charles Jackson 4.1 Billy) Lundy of Bernard Williams. 2018. .
sunk 64 per cent (9 of 14) of basketball. leaders. 2, and Rowland! Cummlngs; 2. LeRoy Kennedy sunk two free Tornadoes Extend
their shots from the line, while William scored 13 points In throws for the Wildcats, but
the Hornets converted on only They had been tied through RESULTS MONDAY, JAN.10- the quarter a* the tough Brad- Bradford came right back with
4 of 12, a cool 33 per cent. eight names until Monday. Jan. KOCH DRUGS 43 ford press forced turnover after six straight points' to take a
I 17. when Comers and Builders GOODMAN'S; ) OIL 41
turnover. 24-22 lead.Bradford.
Lake Butler had a hot hand met. Comers took that gameIn This was Goodman's second: For the first time this year tied Macclenny with Skein To
from the floor as well as the a thriller 5554./ close game In a row, but they Bradford started out the game 4:21: remaining In the second Losing 8 Games

line, sinking 29 of 66 shots On Wednesday, January 7, came out on the short end of with a'IW1 court press and quarter on a good example of
for a 44 per cent average.In Comer met Koch In the firstgame the score In this one, after stayed with It. for the duration team play.
and defeated the DrugStore ROW Into overtime. Koch led of the game.
the first quarter. Union boys 46-36. Ken Hampton all the way. until the final min- "ThIs was the first time we Jimmy Ricks had Intercepted Bradford's Junior Varsity BUS in the third quarter and Ivory Jones made three points
Jumped out to an early nine led Comers with 24 points ute of regulation time Vrhen have pressed the entire game" a Wildcat pass and passed basketball team had a bad weekas stayed ahead the rest of the and two free throws by Shel-
behind the Perry while Greg Watkins had 22 for Goodman tied the game 35-u.: said Sexton. "But we had usedIt off to Newsome down court. they lost three games to game. don Hodge pushed BUS in front
shooting of Abraham the losers. Corners took a 12- In the three minutes over- In the latter part of the Newsome then fed the ball Into Orange Park 77-48,Fernandlna BUS had a 10-7 edge on the 15-13 at the end of the first
Benny, Hudson.Lake Butler went 7 first quarter lead and left time, Koch converted on three past two games quite success Curtis White under the basket Beach 72-37 and Macclenny Wildcats with 2:52:/ remaining quarter.
on to take a 10 point lead the court at half-tune leading field goals and two free throws fully for the easy lay-up. 41. It makes their season record In the first period. But theWildcats' Macclenny took the lead when
with only 38 seconds remainIng 22-20. for eight points while Good- "In Orange Park we were After Bradford's big six point 3-8 to dace.Macclenny's J. Rhoden hit for C. Jefferson hit for a basket

In the half. The third quarter saw Koch man's 'converted three field down by 25 but came back scoring the two teams Baby Wildcats three straight free throws to with 6:04: remaining in the second -

remaining In score Just one point while Con- goals for six points. Good- to within 6 and In Fernandlna exchanged baskets for the remainder romped over the Baby Torna- tie the ball game with 1:32: period.

the With second 38 seconds period Lake But- ner put In 18 38-21.to go In Into the the fourth final (See Page 8)) were 17 points down and came of the quarter Brad- does 52-41/ as they overtook left In the period. regain McMillan Bradford's had a chance lead but tc:

ler slowed the ball down- locking -. quarter Connor failed as he missed two foul
quarter, Koch outscored -
the shot. Things shots with 2:49 In
for easy : remaining

didn't work Thomas out as Tiger had hoped Coach, slump 15-8./ but was the too third much quarter and- the With half.1:15: left In the
Jimmy 4 Game Streak : quarter -
Conner had the Indians
game.
though. The Hornets stole the Snap Losing Avaughn Golden scored a

ball away and went on to score point from the charity; line to
Hampton had 24 points
eight points In the half minute While even up the game 21-21 at half-
to narrow the Tiger leadto Jay Godwin chipped In 18 pointsfor
span the winners. Charles Jackson -
only two. and Rowland Cummings Keystone basketballers ended cent of their shot from the to a two point lead before exploding kins was close behind with 10 half as the Uuccanners 40-21 rolled halftime time.The game stayed even until

Ed Brown kept the Hornets two points each to help out. their four game losing streak floor. In the second half, the for 24 points In the field goals and one free throw up an lead.Impressive C. Jefferson made four points.

In the game during the second Wade Winkler with 4,, Harold with a 74-65 victory over Mar- Pirates Improved their shooting final period. The Indiana could for 21 points. Keystone's man to man As two points came from a
period with nine of Hawthorne's Leverson with 5, Jerry Bla- anatha Tuesday night In the average to 40 per cent manage only 13 points In the Bobby Humor paced the Indians produced a number of basket and the other two from

22 points. lock 3, and Robert Edmond- Keystone..!' gym. as they outscored the Indians final quarter against a tough with 20 points and 13 Branford press turnovers In the second the charity; line to give Mac-
Brown a guard, went on to son 2, rounded out the scoring 41-28 In the half. Pirate defense.Greenville's. rebounds. The 8-10/ Junior Is half but the came clenny: a 29-25 edge.
lead both teams In scoring with for Koch. "Both teams were real hot The game was tied 17 all Arthur Samuelwas now leading the team In scor- too late with too little surge as the By the end of tile third per-
Stark comment ing with a 18.4 points per game. iod the Wildcats had the 36-
11 field goals and one free The second game saw In the first quarter. Bucs coasted to a 80-64 win.
breeze 46-29 Good ed Coach Klrtley. Bobby TurkJiett added 14 32 lead the Tornadoes.
throw for 23 points. Builders by Lyndle Stanford's Larry Hatch led over
man's Oil.Builders. Keystone's victory leaves points for the Indians and Louis With 3:00: left In the game
Forward Benny Hudson paced them 3-2 In the Suwannee River Perry 11. all scores with 23 points on BUS had come within three
the Tigers with eight field goals Jumped out to a 27- Conference with Maranatha .4 The win upped Greenville's nine field /goals and five charity points, 43-40, of Macclenny.
and four fouls, for 20 points. 18 lead at the half, behind !the being 14. record to 11-3 for the season. ; shots for 23 points. Jo Jenkins But the Wildcats poured It onto
Abraham Perry, another for- shooting of Jim Prevatt and In the first quarter the Indians cVJe Friday night Keystone starts also added 23 points for the score It's second victory
ward, added seven goals and Fred Aldridge who wound up hit their first eight baskets their road trip as they travelto Bucs. over the Baby Reds.
three foul shots for 17 points. the day with 21 and 19 points compared to" Maranatha's Trenton. Tuesday night the Bobby Humer paced the Indians Sheldon Hodge was the games'
Lake Butler's Junior varsity respectively. Tony Williams 7 for 8.Humor. Indians will face Bronaon In with 17 points on a six high point man with 16. Mac
also played the spoiler's role was high man for Good- was the Indians' highpoint Bronson. field goals and five line shots.Keystone's clenny had a tie for the high
by handing the Baby Hornets mans' with 15 points. Jerome man with 29, but Mara center, Louis Per- pointer between J. Rhoden and
their first loss of the seasonIn Wilson had 8, Keith Carter 4, natha's Mark Donn led the game ry, scored 13 of his 15 points C. Jefferson. Each had 15 points
STATISTICS in the final period.
a sou aker. 5251. and Randy Edmondson had tiro. with 27 points. Perry also led the Indians for the Wildcats.
Keystone played a man-to- 1I
The loss dropped Hawthorne's Marana 1Ptt@r Score by Quarters: In the rebounding departmentwith STATISTICS
Friday Jan. 7. saw Builders man defense against (!
while 10.
J. V. record to 9-0,
put It all together and tha's half court press.
theirs to KITS 17 20 15 13 65
the Tigers upped I -
blow 66-37 past Koch. Score by QartersBHS -
73. GUS 17 20 17 24 78 STATISTICS
Builders had three players STATISTICSScore
in 15 6 11 9 41
double Williams -
figures. Tony
STATISTICS KHS- Humer 7-6-20, Turk- Branford 18 22 14 26 80
was high man with 25, by Quarters- nett 6-2-14, Branson /5-1-11. Keystone 7 14 19 24 64
Fred Aldridge had 24, and Jim Macc 13 8 15 16 52
Perry /5-1-11. Crayson 2-2-6.
Score by Quarters: Prevatt
had 20 74
16. KH21 17 16 -
Hatch / Fletcher
Totals 26-13- Branford
Henderson 1-1-3. 5-0-10.
Builders led all the Inking M 1813 IS18-85 BUSBlalock 2-2-8. Golden
-
way
21 18 862 65./ 2-5-9/ Hatch. L. 9-5-23/
Hawthorne 15 ; 1-0-2 Jones
a 16-12 lead at the end of 2-1-5/, Hayes 5-
Lake Butler 22 18 19 665 Jenkins 8-7-23; Bradley 5- 4-4-16 McRae 1-
the third period. Greg Watkins KH- Hurner 1M-28. Grayson 2-12. Hodge ,
CHS- Samuel 12-0-24 Wilkins
5-15. Totals 292280.
8-4-20 with 18 points' was top man forKoch' 2-2-6, l>Ial"I-0-2, Perry 2-4. Totals 15-11-41./
ButlerHudson 10-1-21. Williams /5-4-14 Keystone Burner 6-5-17/ ;
Lake
.. Wade Winkler had 7 Braman 4-1-9 Turk-
7-1-15
,
Mack 7-0-14 Williams 4-3-11, Laney 1-0-2, Burke 0-1-1 Grayson 6-1-13
Perry 7-3-17, Harold Leverson and Robert nett >8-0-16. Totals 33-8-74. ; Macc.-. Rhoden 2-4-8, J.
Green 4-1-9, Dukes 2-1-5. Totals Edmondson each had 6 points.' Barclay 102. Totals 33-8- Perry 6-3-15; Bramon 3-0-6; Rhoden 3-9-15, Jefferson' 5-5-
28965. 78. Turknett /5-2-12. Totals 26- 15 Johnson 6-0-12 1-
MEstall 2-0-4, Hardage 9- Kennedy
11-1-23. The second game saw Good 8-26, Sheatly 4-0-8, Dom 11- 1264. 02. Totals 17-18-52.
HawthorneBrown man's OIl Comers 39- /
upset 5-27. Totals 26-13-65.
/5-0-10 Slater BRANFORD GAMEIt
,
Fort 7-2-16, Brown 35 In well Good
a playedgame. HISTORICAL SOCIE'lYWILL
Martin 215./ Totals took the Ice cold Keystone
4-0-8, man's played outstanding defense MEET TONIGHTThe ORANGE PARK
indiana entire first
29-9-62. holding Ken Hampton the GREENVILLE GAME half to thaw Friday an night and Bradford County Historical Bradford's JV cagerewere
leagues high scorer to Just 17 After being tied 37-37 at halftime -
when they did It was too late Society will meet tonight handed their sixth loss of
WEST NASSAU GAME points, about half his avefllrt.Comer the Greenville Pirates Bobby. Grayion, Keystone eager, drives far a lay-up as the visitingBuccanners (Thursday) at 7:30: o'clock In the season when the Orange
Lake Butler poured It on In led 22-15 at the half. poured in 23 points In the final against Stanford and drew a foul from this Bvcanneer. Branford coasted to an easy the Bradford County! ; Libraryfor Park Raiders poured It on In
but Goodman's came back and period for a 78-65/ win Satur- '
the final two periods Saturday 80-64 victory. a "show and tell session. the first three quarters Friday
sluggish first tied the game 26-28 going Into day night over the hapless Keystone All members and prospective night to roll-over the Tornadoes
night, after a Hamm after the first quarter and 37- the night's leading scorer The indiana could only sink
the final Carl Indians.
: quarter. Invited at-
half as the Tigers rolled over with 16 points led Goodman's Greenville had a cold first 37 at the half. In the third with 12 field goals for 24 nine of 24 floor shots ( a 24 members are to 77-48.

the 69. Welt Nassau Warriors 79- Keith Carter.Jerome Wilson half connecting on only 31 per period, the Pirates Jumped out points. Teammate FradclaWltt per cent average) In the first tend. (See Page 8))

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DuPont Maps New Plans




For Early ReclamationOf




Old And New Areas"DuPont l I .r.tM .,,

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will do>> whatever 1*> scions and ecology was Just other undergrowth germinated
necessary to meet or exceed another unfamiliar word In the naturally;
standards for clean air andwa- dictionary."But But the problem with blowIng -
ter wherever we operate It has this Is not true today." sand comes mostly from

been our Intention through the mater Howell new plant the older areas where tailings -
years to be responsible corporate at Trail Ridge and .- consisting largely of
citizens. Our scientists Highland. "The word Is out quarts sandwere pumpedbe-
are continually searching for that restoring the mined areasto hind the dredge In mounds where
better ways to abate air and their original state must be experimental plantings of African
,
water pollution,. and have been given equal priority with producing Love Grass, first startedIn
doing so since 1903. our ear- a quality product at our 1953: have not thrived sufficiently .?a.
liest recorded effort In environmental mines." to stabllze the sand t,
control." Mr. Howell Is as disturbedas "We haven't given up on Love
This statement of policy was any local resident by the Crass ;yet" says Drew Reddish F_
made by a DuPont official at sand that blows from the old superintendent of Indun- -

the opening of the company's tailings areas on a windy day; trial engineering at Trail- ::
. new plant at Fayetteville N. and. In a recent talk to the Ridge and Highland. lie admits

C., and Is a policy that DuPcnt; Starke Rotary Club, ,he stressedthe that some of the poor showing ._ -_.___
Is said to apply "to all plants- point that "We're really made by the African Import
old ones, as well as those going after the sand this spring, Is due to "human error" and harm
still on the drawing boards." but It will be April before seed- failure to follow through with bowing satisfactory (though Plant Manager Gordon How.11 (right) and Drew Reddish aurv.yh. contrast doing anything" Howell to said.Kings-"We

Such pronouncements together Ing can be done and the blowIng an adeouate Brocram of fertilization somewhat slower than natural) between area In foreground wh.r. topsolllng; wes carried out and vegetation la ley Lake mile from the
with those made here recently will not stop Immediately." In some areas. ThisIs growth among the Love Grass thriving, with old "and dune" area In background whore reclamation Is moro of a will lake at be the only nearest a point.," he
evidenced the fact that and native vegetation baa resumed -
by DuPont staffers are DuPont officials feel that the by problem. .
the stand of Love Crass to the extent that wildlife added.
reassuring to seems
area residents
problem has been licked Insofar method of which has eliminated ob- The two DuPont plants havean
corn e of whom have questioned much hardier and has coveredthe tracks are frequently found Photo at right shows tho now back-filling
the long-range effects of the as their current and future sand much better In a few In the area. (lectlonablo dunes. Arrow point to pipeline discharging tailing In background, annual production of 200-
operation of two DuPont min- operations are concerned, by "This proves It can be done" while another line In foreground waits t. take over while first line Is shifted before 000 long tons of llmenlte,
using a of removing small areas than It has doneon of
process Howell "and 70,000 regular tons stauroIlte -
says, we Intend dune I I. created.
the local envir
ing plants on
top lOll ahead of the dredge most of the old tailings. to do It. By 1973 we believe of Alligator Creek. and 60,000 regular tons
onment. and then replacing It on the An Intensive of fertilization In lowed with slash pine seedlings. system about 330
program that all mined areas to through Improvements the also stressed that an- of zircon, with em-
up They
Company spokesman would be tailings when the dredge has as well experimental When this program proved .
,
as Road 230 will have been recycling process, the mining levee will be constructed ployees.
re-
the first to admit that mistakes other
moved Areas where this of soil-build less than satisfactory,the company -
on. plantings claimed." process Is now using only 25 the east boundary of The mining area consists of
have been made In reclamation along
has been done starting In 1969, ers such as the new Okinawa There are about 600 acres per cent: of the water that was experimented; during 1968 the 230-16 mining area to Insure 18,000 acres 03,000 leased from
efforts In the and that
past reclamation
are showing satisfactory progress Lespedlzla, and Texas Millet In the with removing topsoil aheadof State and
of the first-mined in the troublesome "old area" originally required operation. that no water from the the Armory Board
from restoration stand will be made this the dredge and spreading It
spring according Howell With toward 5,000 purchased by the com
at Trail Ridge and High estimates. the replanting operation escapes
areas point. Plantings of grass, legumes to Reddish.: and stepped-up fertilization "All mined lands are enclosed on the backfill behind the wet Lake. "It Is not like- ) estimated that there
land was not given the high and pine seedlings As another How- mill as the mining process Klngsley enough
are Illustration.. In with a ditching and levee this would since is ore remaining In the
starting that occur
program
that It deserved In the ; ly
priority
thriving In the replaced topsoil ell points to in the progressed from one area to
a plot system to contain rain water continued
of operation before the April, he estimates that it will the natural drainage In the min- deposits to permit
;years and native vegetation,such Armory Board area where 13- take about two years to bring and well water." Reddish another. ing area la to the west, but operation until about the year
nation became pollution-con as broom sage dog fennels, and ;year-old planted pines are these "sand dunes" back into saUL. "Since the dredge and "This proved to be a great we are taking no chances of 2000.
production. In addition to the ret mill float In a 20 to 30- improvement over the" old me-
Reddish
thod of reclamation
acre lake nearly all water
program for these 600 acres.
said. "So In January 19S9 we
used In dredging and
separa-
100 acres of newly-mined land
Our editorial will be top-soiled at Trail tion of minerals In sand Is bought a self-loading pan and
have been using this method
Ridge and another 100 acres recycled In the pond necessitating -
Our current 1
ilnce.
ever pro-
very little Intake of"ellf8rl"
top-soiled Highland,the plant
he added. cedure Is to deposit four Inches -
manager said.Another .' "The rain run-off water and of topsoil, plant Fensa-

I Point of view I problem thathas been dredge pond water contain organic cola Bahla and Hairy Indigo,
licked !In DuFwit's' new program matter that causes dis- fertilize and follow with slash

""H to return the ecologyto coloration of the water, but As972
Its natural state Is the contain no harmful chemicals" irf addition to

old practice of piling up dunes Reddish said. ""Caustic sodaIs keeping up with current min-
with tailings from the wet mill. used to wash organic matter .- ing by top-soiling we will plant
In earlier years there was only; from the heavy mineral. previously mined tails and
one discharge pipe from the ,To clarify the water, sulfuric stimulate growth by fertilizing
In The Political System wet mill and in order to avoid acid Is added before It reaches grass, then follow with pine
Unrest
costly shutdowns to change Its the settling ponds. After trees" Reddish said. .

It was simply raised organic matter Is seWed out, 'The I DuPont officials state
higher and higher while discharging the clear water la neutralized
The year 1972 may bti one of moving: rapidly from racist conserva- tailings resulting In with lime, and then discharged that the dredge south will of Highway completeIts
mining
basic changes In the American political tism to non-racial political moderation the creation of a so-called duns. Into Alligator Creek." 230 next April, and will then

systenititathavetheprofesslonalpoliticians Mayor Daley's Cook County domain Since the natural terrain Is Mining was started by Du cross the highway to mine the

puzzled and uncertain about ; Is the last of the big city machines, flat, the man-made dunes were Pont at Trail Ridge In 1948 area between 230 and Highway reclamation tho Du.
not In keeping with the original contract with With Its stepped-up program of ,
under a ten-year 230
and candidates are appealing to voting ; 16. A stretch of Highway
what they see ahead. state of the land, and were) Pont Company hopes to eliminate occasional vlilbl
poor
about 3UU feet wide will have
jblocs which are declining Inpower. harder to stabilize under the Humphreys Gold
who constructed and opera to be dug out to float the dredge lity along SR 230 like this pictured during a "dust
"The: politicians in both partiesdo blowing winds. across, and traffic will be de- storm" last March.
Another factor is uncertainty of The problem was solved by the plant which uses a patented
undertow
not know where the political for separating toured for about 90 days while
political how the newly eligible 18-to-21 voters adding another discharge line spiral process this Is being done It said.
Is going to take our from the wet mill so that the the minerals, perfected originally was
system, but they sense that change will vote and whether they will turn two can be used alternately by Humphreys, for mining \ : :
;
perhaps upheaval-- Is In the air." out In large enough numbers to be a without a shut-down of opera- gold gravels In the .West. On The "DuBont'spokesmen laid ; C UfltY-i\nn: \ ht t \\\h-f\ ,

This Is the way that veteran Washington real factor In the coming elections. tions. When one line has died expiration of the contract, Du- that a levee will be thrown'up : ., ,
Roscoe Drummond In an area sufficiently'It" Is Pont took over operation of along the west boundary of tie J H' -
correspondent shut off and shifted to another the as well as a second half-mile wide area to be mined By Bobby L. TaylorA
questionsIn mlMa
The political
climate. puzzling!
describes the CW'rentpolltlca1 location while the second line ( ) constructednear to be sure that no water escapee -
Florida are complicated, of course, takes over. This results In Lawtey. from the operation except severe drop In average tem- large and healthy. If the trend

Chief among the disturbing factorsIs by the entry of Coy. Walp In the keeping a fairly level terrainIn The reclamation program began through culverts that will peratures of 20 to 30 degrees continues we should have ano-

the feeling in some parts that the March 14 presidential marry as a the tailings area, and will In 195S and was first large- be placed under 230 to carry cannot be Ignored If we reportthe ther bumper good feeding calf crop and provingthat other
simplify the problem of stabilization scale planting done In 1957 the water back south of the condition of our crops
traditional two-party; system may be Democrat.It as well as giving when 65 acres of tailings. Just highway where it will go through and livestock. This is especially sound management practices do

breaking up. As Mr. Drummond putsit It an appearance more like Its south of Treat Road, was planted .- the present acid treatment and true since we have had pay off for our cattlemen.
: "We have a two-party system of is generally believed that he original condition. In African Love Grass, and settling ponds before discharging an extremely warm fall and Most Rye and Ryegrass should

sorts but both the Republican and will mean nothing but trouble for the It was also pointed out that Hairy Indigo (a legume>, folIt' Into the natural drainage early winter with no killing be ready for a top-dressing of
about 100 to 150 pounds of ammonium -
Democratic parties are waning in numerical Democrats for Florida was a strong Florida Gains frosts or freezing tempera- nitrate per acre. This,

strength and vigor. We hada Wallace state In the 1968 election and tures. or a similar top-dressing,

three-party; election in 1968 and it appears that he may have maintained s wets ,1/ By Martha Sue McCain In Congress winter Strawberries pastures, ,greens have had and an should be applied after the crops

face the possibility of a five-party the bulk of his constituencysince ,y.nnm \ County Extension Will Set PaceA abundance of growth In Dec- grazed down to a height of

election this fall: the regular Demo- that time. In a field of nine t '' !& Dome Economies Agent,, ember and early January. For six to eight Inches. The higher
( /l Jll rate should be used If there Is
crats McCarthy-led "left" Democrats or ten candidates, he could easily : Government projection Indicates strawberries, this can createan
; a need for a lot of forage. It Is
situation for
expensive our
that the South will continue -
the -
followers at or near top.
Wallace
George ; reg- emerge '
: to hold the largest numberof growers even though they har- best to remove cattle for about
ular Republicans' and antiwar-left Republicans FOR DECORATING FLAIR tion methods. seats In Congress In the vest a few berries. Usually, two weeks after application to
led by Paul McCloskey.voaWome Senator henry Jackson of Washington RECYCLE OLD FURNITUREIt's ;year 2,000. although the Wes the cost of harvest offsets, give the rye or ryegrass time to
State had ,been hoping to make a a shame to throw away\ Cooking Methods Boiled tern states will Increase their or even costs more than the recover and to minimize the

strong showing in Florida, but seemsto old furniture without first exploring Greena- share by 30 per cent.:, grower receives. chances for nitrate poisoning.
have generated little enthusiasmin the possibilities of renovating .. Washf greens thoroughlyand After freezing temperatures Many of our recent soil sam-
Republican conservatives of It. Old furniture Is cook In very small quantity All of the southern gains, like we had last week-end ripening ple reports are showing a real
are deserting the Nixon administration. his recent barnstorming tour often pleasing In design and ; of boiling salted water until however will be In Florida, fruit will be damagedand need for lime on a lot of our

."* it Is pointed out. Rep. John the state. And with Wallace in the wellmade.As just tender. A good general Virginia and Texas.Seven deep have to be removed from pastures" especially new land
Ashbrook of Ohio la challenging the race Sen. Jackson may be lost among an added bonus there rule Is 1/2 teaspoon of salt South states will lose seats by the planta direct expense areas. Even though calcium ,

President for the nomination and his the dozen other Democratic hopefuls. are several satisfactions you and 1/2-1 cup water for 4 ser- the turn of the century becauseof for the grower. Rotting fruit and magnesium the materials
action shows the dissension within may; gain from being a"furniture vings. The amount of water population shifts It was pre- on tile bushes can attract birds we get In lime and dolomite

GOP Some observers believe that In the "do-it-yourselfer. depends on, the cooking time. dicted. that will damage good fruit. are called secondary plant food
the ranks. One benefit creativity.; The be cooked In only elements they play a very Important -
Spinach can
case of Senator Muskle, a poor showing little things you do to the house the water that clings to the The study showed that California It, will also promote fungus role in the pH I level and
Another factor contributing to the against Wallace would help the pros- yourself make It Individual leaves. and Florida, which have diseases and insects, espec- availability; of other nutrientsIn
distinctly Renovated,restyled the greatest number of ially with the abundance of top the total soil picture. In
changing political' climate, observers pects of MusMe's chief rival, HubertHumphrey yours. For other greens, bring wa- gained or size of the straw-
growth
that ; or refinished furniture boll add and House seats over the last 20 other words, if the calcium-
believe Is the widening distrust of all In his effort to prove ter to a greens
give ;you the chance to see years, will pick up 16 and 8 berry plants. magnesium levels are not sufficient -
,politicians. "There is a mounting disenchantment Muskle doesn't have a stanglehold on ;your own plans and Ideas come cover the pan. When water heat returns and- seats respectively by; the year it is Impossible to get

with politics, with politicians the nomination before the July con- to life. to boil reduce cooking time. 2,000. .Io fro full benefits from your fer-

and to a disturbing extent vention. Another benefit Is economic.By start counting promptly tilizers. If I you haven't had your
and serve
Season
refinishing and restyllng; The South now has 135 of soil sampled this
just drop
with government Itself. The convic- Time- year
Approximate Cooking of Insects and diseases -
old discarded furniture the 435 House seats and the Speaking
tion grows that our political institutions These are Just a few of the fac-, can or save dollars that could, you Turnip greens (washed, trim- figure will be the same In growers should be on by or at call the your Fair County Grounds; Agent'soffice In

are lethargic and unresponsiveto iOta that make for a high degree go a long way toward buying med) 10-30 minutes until ten- 2,000 giving Dixie 30.8 per the look-out for mites especially Starke.
public needs and public demands," "political uncertainty in 1972. And fabrics paint and accessories der; Mustard Croons (washed, cent of the seats.The the two-spotted mite, and
longpredictedand for beautifying home. sliced 15-30 minutes until ten- leaf blight and leaf spot. Dixie' O.K.
about the your
observes.
Mr. Drummond if it brings (washed trim-
Collards mite Is
der The two spotted probably -
A fourth benefit Is recrea- ;
104 seats held
of the
now by
long-needed realignment until ten-
med) 10-20 minutes the most difficult Insectto
Federal
Also contributing to the political parties) with a clarification of their tion. be Reworking an Interesting old furniturecan hobby der; Kale (washed chopped:) by the 2,000 Northeast and the will North drop Central to 94! control since It stays underneath Court
,
the fact that old-style the present uncertainty 10-15 minutes until tender;sPInach the strawberry leaf. With
uncertainty is philosophies a family project or a way to share will fall from 121 to Ruling Says
voting blocs are crumbling. "The farm and unrest might prove to be a blessing earn extra money. (washed: ) 3-10 minutes until the growth we have this year
The South is Another benefit Is the preservation tender. 110.The it Is going to be more dim- Calling It "a typical; American -
bloc Is nearly Impotent. In disguise.
of family traditionand Western states' shareof cult to get our spray to the song" the 8th U. S. Court
'
heritage. You can restore NUTRITIVE VALUESpinach, congressional representation mite for control. of Appeals sitting in St. Louis,
family heirlooms that have had turnip greens collard mustard Is expected to climb from Several Insecticides have Mo., hall ruled that the song
a great deal of sentimental value greens and kale are all the present 78 seats, or 17.5 been used, but our research- "Dixie" Is not offensive to
attached to them. low' in calories. They contain per cent, 'to 97 22.3 per cent) ers tell us that Kelthane is the blacks.

tl: Do not hesitate to shop for a generous of Vitamins by 2000. best material to use on a regular The ruling denied an appeal
The Bradford County 1 good sturdy used furniture. A and C mare Important. schedUle This means to by 29 black students of Jones-
W Remember- prized antique also for calcium and Iron. The most striking feature of spray at five to seven day born, Ark., who claimed that

TELEGRAPH .. -,: Z chest the proud neighbor bought Remember. quick cooking: the state-by-state projectionsIs intervals making sure that you their constitutional rights had
.
.. ", Is somebody's used fUrnIture- In a small amount of water the great growth of Call- are getting good coverage.Keepan been violated when they were
ESTABLISHED 1879 --=; and the neighbor recognized Is the secret to preserving I 1 fornla from 30 congressional eye out for these mites and suspended from school for
:\ appreciated Its beauty. vitimlns. Don't forget to count districts In 1950; to 43 In start spraying as soon as you walking' out of a rally when
rr"h.BaI.+ added calories when you season 1970 and 59 by; the end of see the first mite. "Dixie" was played. .

If for all your evil you know LET'S TALK ABOUT GREENS with bacon or butter. this century. Leaf blight and leaf spot In an opinion supporting its
west," how to five yourchlldren They are perennially popularand should be controlled by spraying ruling the court said. "Dixie

E S s what !I. good how much more available most all yearlong | Fined For Pollution | with Captan at the rate of is known and loved throughout ;
LQ R ) JA will your Father give the Holy especially) now. Smart Two lax Plants three pounds of 50% material the world and is best described f
A five ten '
acre. to day as typical American
per
A S S O ,r O Spirit from Heaven to those In shoppers vitamins know and they minerals are high low The St. Reefs Paper Co. was t1''. S. District court after St. Interval for sprays may; oe long with a Bay and catchy
who ask HlmT St. Luke 11 Jacksonville firm
-( In cost and calories and serve the second Regis pleaded guilty to the second necessary, depending on the tune. We cannot say that It
IS.) them often. within a week to be ordered count of a two-count in- diseases and the weather constitutes a badge of slavery

First we ask our Father. Sometimes we get: stuck on to pay a $1,000 fine for polluting formation. According to the or that the playing of the tune
Almighty and Eternal God one variety; but Turnips Mus the St. Johns River charge St. Regis discharged oM under the fact presented constituted -
Edltor-Publl.h.f for the gift of His love In tard. Collards, Kale atdSpfn.ach bunker "C" fuel oil Into the Officially sanctioned
E.L. MATTHEWS and are all grown In Florida Both firms were charged under river In July 1970 from Its racial abuse. Such a ruling
'Published each Thursday and entered Second true humble devotion. and It Is amazing how you can an 1899 law which prohibits plant on Eastport Road.In Rye; and Ryegrass; pastures would lead to the Prohibition
Close Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Florida Then knowing in faith that transform the ordinary menu blocking or Impeding va- have looked good this ;year of the playing of many of our,
under Act of March 3rd, 1879 It Is ours, we begin to live a by taking advantage of these Mblts blocking or impeding an earlier case, Jacksonville and have already produceda most famous tunes

Subscription In traae,ere.: 1 year, $5.00; Outside new life that Is joyous and Interesting flavors and pre navigable streams with debris. Shipyards pwaserfinedflfoor lot of good grazing for our nothoffensives the song was
trade ereas 1 year, $5.50. u..flliin His service in love serving the beautiful rich green allowing paint livestock. Cattle are remaining for all blacks
and brotherhood.: color \through proper prepara- The fine was assessed, In Into the river. in good flesh and Calves are even at Jonesboro High School.:


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filed said certificates for a
tax deed to be Issued thereon -
NOTICE to be held on Tuesday, Janu- NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 1972 which Is the 7th day of serve a copy of your written The certificate: numbersand
ary 25 at 7:30 PM In the County TAX DEED February 1972. defenses If any to It, on the years of Issuance the description FOR SALEYou
Mark V. & Vernon E. Olin Commission room at the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Dated this 30th day of December plaintiffs attorney whose name of the property; and
has made Application) to the :Bradford County Court House that Robert Scott the holder of 1971GILBERT and address Is R.! Franklin the names In which It was assessed -

Bradford County Zoning Board at which time all persona Interested the following certificates has S. BROWN Bitch, P. 0. Box 1113. Gainesville are as follows: must see GU stock of' thousands of' nice plants
for classification of the property shall be heard for or filed said certificates for a Clerk of Circuit Court of Florida Certificate No. 53, Year of to appreciate the quality
described below from Rl- against the proposal as specified tax deed to be Issued there Bradford County; FloridaBy Issuance 1959 Description ofPropertyb
and file the with the
A to Rl-C. In the Zoning Code of on. The certificate numbersand : Beulah M. Moody, D.C. original ; Lot 3 Blk 2 In Lt Fruit 1>.e Shrubs Hedge Plants
clerk of the above styled courton
that Part of Wt/2 of NW1of /t Bradford County. years of Issuance the description 1/6 4t 1/27 ;
SEI/4 Lying SE of St Rd John Torode Chairman of the property; and or before January 24th 1972: Name In which assessed Wll- Shade Trees Evergreen junipers
S100-A & NE of Co. Gr. Rd. Bradford County Zoning the names In which it was as- otherwise a Judgement may be helmenla Brooks.
Beg 717.93 N of SW Cor Board sessed are as follows: In The Circuit Court Eighth entered against you for the All of said property beingIn 800 varieties Camellias in bud and bloom

of El2 of NWl/4 of SEl/4 1/13 2tp 1/20 Certificate No. 28, Year of Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn relief demanded In the com- the County; of Bradford,Stateof All size Azaleas
N 310.72 to S R/W of SR Issuance 1968.Description. and For Bradford County plaint or petition. Florida.
S 100-A Nely on S P/8 83'. of Property: W WITNESS my hand and the Unless such certificates shall Potted plants, hous pleats Begonia

S tlDeg E 238.95' Swly 281.- FOR LEASE 50' of W, 150' of W 1/2 of CIVIL ACTION seal of said Court on Decem- be redeemed according to law

62' to POB & Par fleet In The City of Keystone Heights BIk 44 Lawtey E of Ry Case No. 1242 ber Gilbert 2D, 1971.S. Brown the property; described In such Located 23 mi. SE of Stark on Hwy. 109
OR 76-131 All In Section 30, has available for lease 120 a- Name In which assessed Mid Elsie Smith Alt Wife Rob- certificate or certificates will
As Clerk Court
Tory 6 S, Rge 22E cres of Coastal Bermuda Hay State Homes ert Peter Ant, Husband, Plain of said( be sold to the highest bidderat

This change In classification Is at the Keystone Airport. This All of said property beingIn tiff. By As:Deputy Beulah Clerk M. Moody the court house door on the O. C. CARNES NURSERY
land can be leased for a perIod NOTICE OF SUIT- ;
subject to public hearing to the County of Bradford Stateof (Court Seal) first Monday In Month of Feb-
be held on Tuesday, January of five years less one day. Florida. NO PROPERTY 12/30 4t 1/20 ruary, 1972. which Is the 7th Florahome (Putnam County), Florida
25th at 7:30 PM In the County Sealed bids will be acceptedby Unless such certificate or TO: Robert Peter Ast. P. O. day of February 1972.
Commission room at the Brad- the City; at their Regular certificates shall be redeemed BOX 184, Freeport, Long Island, Dated this 30th day of December Phone 659-2165

ford County; Court House at Council meeting February'8th, according to law the property New York. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 1971GithERT
1972 until 8:00 o'clock P. M., YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
which time all persons Interested described in such certificate TAX DEED S. BROWN
shall be heard for or against at which time they will be or certificates will be. sold FIED that an action for Dissolution NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Clerk of Circuit Court of
the proposal, as specified opened. The City; reserves the to the highest bidder at the of Marriage has been that Leona Royal the holderof Bradford County. Florida Progress meant nnhe We U we could discover when
In the Zoning Code of Brad- right to refuse any; and all court house door on the first filed against you Robert Peter the following certificates has Beulah M. Moody. D.C. could pinpoint the date when man first laid Turn that I
ford County bids. If further Information Is Monday In Month of February Ast and you are required to 1/6 4t 1/27 modern civilization. was born. thing dow ."

required call City; Hall between -----_._----._.... .
John Torode Chairman tfUU A.M. and 1:00 P.M. Monday -
oy VAIUAILI COUPON Til
thru Friday.
Bradford County; Zoning
Board City of Keystone Heights "
II/ Virgin Homer THIS COUPON

1/13 2tchg 1/20 City; Clerk WF
1/20 2t 1/27 I ENTITLES YOU TO'

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Notice Is hereby given that In The Circuit Court of :Florida -
sealed bids will be received Judicial Circuit .
Eighth
l't
by the School 1 Board of Brad- In and For Bradford County / A '

ford County; Florida, at the Florida. Case No. ; ,,

office of the Superintendent, IN RE The Marriage of
Post Office Drawer 939,Starke. Marvin Ray Teel, Husband, and 'OR = ON ANY LADIES'OR
Florida, until 5:00: p.m., Friday -
Teel. Wife
Cathy Lynn ,
February 4, 1972 for the NOTICE OF ACTION FOR : GIRLS' ITEM IN ANY
L
construction of: DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGEIn v 1c :

: / OF OUR 138 STORES
Bradford Middle School Addition the name of the State of _

Starke. Florida FloridaTO ,
'
and theBradford : The Respondent In theabovenamed [ I
High School Addition cause, Cathy Lym _
Starke, Florida.at Teel, whose residence Is 817 ssssrns: svtsssasrrrAKEfa
which time bids will be Spring Street, Apartment *4.
and read wssaaess. ssP.lss..aaaslsFN
opened a-
publicly Texas 78840
Del Rio.
loud. Any bid received after You are hereby notified that lly.Id rsToap '-s Eagle Motor Oil Bowl CleanerMen's

the time and date specified an action for Dissolution of the :yi c.A.IG. 30 Or ,,40 W
herein will not be considered. Bonds of Marriage between the) atlc.Cleagsef Clam and doodorllol tolls
J'
Plans, specifications, and Petitioner or Husband, Marvin t / Jeans M Y'r rp NON'ETERGE1N1 bowl*, glass* coromlc andoarthonworo
contract documents may be ex- Ray Teel, and the Respondent Tollorod 1 \ 9 r '"" ; .. carbon,, On* Quart
amined at the office of Don R.. or Wife, Cathy Lynn Te.l, has by Notion' "er now k okd.iq pl.avh' Pomov.cs%,Cuts. ..G'" .h.a". 21% So ,. 127

Morgan, A. I. A., 'Architect, been filed against you as Respondent 81 You'll Mok.r. t v s ukI P boy ,utt nYOytis A t, Nt:4Y $1 0 .r.. ";r

Post Office"Box 987, Green by Marvin Ray Teel.as famousnomo sootho N u .. ..
: i
Cove Springs Florida 32043; Petitioner In the above- onach U ::'v') .
the Associated General Con- styled Court and cause and you pair.Wldo Men'sDress II Y ,, .tt; tx r ===

tractors' Plan Room Jackson-' are required to file your defense ol l cllonof J 'v A

yule, Florida; F. W. Dodge or answer to the Petition strlpps, sf S '
Corporation Plan Room, Jacksonville as filed therein with the plold.and .olldt Shirts ., x '' r KITCHEN TOOL CLEARANCE!
Florida, and the Day- Court In doslans.
Clerk of the Circuit
Sites 2734. ..,
Builder Short .|MVOS. Beautifully, "
tona Beach Exchange
and for Bradford County; .
bold Long
"In handsomo strip**
Daytona Beach Florida. Courthouse Starke Florida ,,...., collar,, She \14 17. ; k:.,, I"0 3 ; Mashers
Plans and specifications maybe 32091 and serve a copyuponthe !aw 11y Saw iby i > I o Potato
obtained as follows: Petitioner's attorney, Bar- ; hreo ao.o pnpulut'' ef.rr fa ; Forks
A. GENERAL CONTRACTORS ton T. Douglas 103 North Main e. y ri nwbe'coahingabao.ea.kr. Spoons

: Upon receipt of $40.00 Street P. O. Drawer '1228, I ra S ''Notd b.adtd .dgeo withFttwdy.pipbnmil.r.rertghtx Ladles,
two sets of plans and specifications w :
..
for this project will Gainesville Florida 32601, on Slatted I Spoons
before the 21st day of February tlovci 34 '
or Spatulas
be forwarded collect. If plans g' .r; ;
and specifications are returned 1972'; and, If you fall Men'sWhiteCotton d Stolnl.,1 II..I, with,
to do so a Default will be '. hard:)plastic. handlo.Wafh aS
In good condition, within ten k M I' d
t
against 'TSb, +
days after receipt of bids, thefull taken you In the for the roller Orion Stretch ;: '.. 33.,..
demanded
deposit will be refunded' I[''and'thereafter said Petit ., Socks TShirtsMen's II, t, ,
B. SUBCONTRACTORS, J
VENDORS, etc.: Upon receiptof proceed ex parte. You'II rscognl V W.ar. Full ;:lii"I..SOY. I .
WITNESS hand and seal w
my nock b ;%ys> ,, X01
$40.00, one set of plans tho famous qualIty cut. Tapod ; ,
Court this 13th day of [
and specifications will be for- of said and try I ing. should.r.SML. i pet'ar; feag'I:1Ick;: Spray.
warded, collect. If plans ant January A. D. 1972 at Starke, Slut 1013. -
returned In Florida. 1 fofdefr >ntvd coini; Kill* fi learn
specifications are GIlbert S. Brown Mat'lly. Sold Save 1471 Savo 11y .)laps and 11tl.tRrp.l f* fllasrs

receipt of bidsant0days, As Clerk of Said Court at P.rl.ct.$1 25If f' I pnqhanrlmarquifatlC.ntalnc'lanolin, CondltiMi* Ct> k ViLh Vicks

(one-half of the deposit will By: Ueuian M. woooy / baroM+: a..wl. nor, i i

C.SSEATE SHEETS: Separate 1/20 Ad Deputy 4t 2/10 Clerk Vaporub"I formul'.44

sheets/pages of drawIngs Boys ;;.. Cough Mixture
'
VICKS
.. o.
and/or specifications may NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR ) '
be obtained as : TAX DEED Printed Cotton ivapoRubr

Drawings: $L5OpersbeetSpecifications NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Shirts a ajw PajamasBoys' ; :-
: .15 per page. that Robert Scott the holderof

NOTE: ALL requests for plans the following certificates has Cogan h' % ; .. !r8. ..'

and specifications, separate filed said certificates for a 100 canon and cut n't. in aaort.d 'TOUM'a ,Ballerf es D Sit IB l z"In \'- '"..oIV". .
prints say
sheets of drawings and separate tax deed to be Issued thereon. .. Slios 2 'B. solos a Print. C Site "
page specifications shall The certificate numbers and e SLaB'16. ,CHglt3 .rBaiLOrles

be made through the office of years of Issuance, the descriP- $
and the Sov.19% Save 237 9atdt d.p.ndoblp'fri Fa Crest Tooth Paste
the Architect. tion of the property; I pmlalTtr/ -- "' ,
Each bid submitted shall be names In which It was assessed 6b-, i a.nd.w. and lltl/hhphlcy ;
I Il MINT OR KICULAR
accompanied by a cashier'scheck are as follows: r
or bid bond In the a- Certificate No. 3, Year of

mount of five percent of the Issuance 1969.Description.
bid, payable to the School Boardof ; of Property; : ..

Bradford County; Florida. Com Int N. Line & Ely R/W BOYS' Basketball sneakers a Gut.
Surety company shall be licensed of S. C. 1.. RR. S. Par. to
to do business In the RR 105 Ft for FOB S 105 ft. Low top.Whits .
state of Florida and shall be E on S. Line Bps 57- 325 on block. t
listed by the United States Ft N Par to RR 105 Ft W. Bloch M7-2V6-610.on whlto. Sav* 22% f11 5 A <
Treasury Department. r > '. f- Ft Webbins Kits'1QO"J ChairReplacement Eagle Oven Cleaner
T.
1/2 3t 2/3 Name In which assessed U. L- fwovy dvty otypropyl.ii < Sets i.J

S. Bonding Ins. Co. --.. 'i4 +' brqutiny-'your, aid furnltix* by :A N.w Impfovod ovsn
being : mialng *r itiaichtn laf>t Can / Makvt old chairs i .t cloanvr with ammo
NOTICE All of said property //M as.4 art wood or mslol, ,
nia. Quick &
In the County of Bradford,State 'y r b..utilull'E".a: I oatyAlso
,
.
Ladies ; ladies .'i '" sera s39's I J cloons grills
The ltockholderlof'lbeCom- of Florida. i O. d No 'p.clal' I' rotlssorioi, .to.;
munity State Bank of Starke. Unless such certificate or Straw Dress Shoes toalsn..d.dCan. h bu,....., .tc.
.
..
certificates shall be redeemed "fro* *lny!.
Starke Florida, will hold their Scuffs '
annual Meeting at the banking: according to law the properly Cushion.d Slyll.h h..l.. Sav.1.S2Black r 1.92 ; Sa" 127Atnaetir.

house of the Community State described In such certificate trim, Sav* 2.20 Tricot lln.d. a1yyMown.
Bank of Starke Starke Florida or certificates will be sold .or IlIiIsay. t:.1.. III
Jan. 28, 1972 at 7 O'clock to the highest bidder at the Sirs.' ,roc;,' I 1O. ;.,:it:I W'ue ',I
PM. 3t 1/20 court house door on the first 10. -' Nat All Stylos & GADGET CLEARANCE! .,
:
Jma- :
: In All Asa 1
btas1N72.MhL.o
NOTICESteve 7ft day .J
d.ra Buckets
Starling Jr. has made of February 1972. F CernHe Sponge

Application to the Bradford Dated this 3rd day of Jan- r Ladies' I Ladies' '! Gourmet plastic pall

County Zoning Board for reclasslflcation 1972. ,'j. ? PACKAGES wllhhandl.bo
of the property GtLBERTS.BROWl'l Nylon, Shells Stretch Nylon Skillets colorful
RIB to Clerk of Circuit Court of t+ spangss. A
described below from Bradford County Florida Slt. .v..l..t with Slacks t th.et.: f1111>,rt bucketful, ofholpl
; H.av out a..l
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W2ofSWl4ofNWl4Eastof By: Beulah M. Moody D.C. 1 Attartvd turtl" color, \ .If/ b.lt.d.ont. Plo bt ,r, Chror n. knd t I"
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Road & Nl/2 of SEl/4 of 1/6 4t 127EVlllltually. SlitSML.XL. Assorted 10 to 16. colors ,+ 11IsFre ., Sor. 247. 19%
Alons / I Iits tPACKAGES" wipes elanSov.137 .
NWl/4 Ex 5-A lying l :
W Side of New $ Rd 301 : Sar. 1.91 < masay.
will the real big *$* tti* Stopper* .
Section 26 Township '
All In 22 East time city be one where all the t t iofrrtwCoatr ar,100
Range
5 South
teams have .
major league
In classification ;
This change moved out? :
Is subject to a public hearing Wood Cutting Boards
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a Sp.enfsrkr :
PACtcGES Choot* front assorted .
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Now la (A* tint to Girls Blouses ', t Kitchen Bruin. I ; d al Decorative ns and shapes.and .:

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SENIORCmZENS'WS 1 Face Q

News
Space Problem, Community

Director SaysOvercrowding 1ng ,

\ By Elizabeth (;Given Walker

In Florida prisons by George Hoggins from the kitchen Sunday is annual -
t It I has created a "very serious DELL. CHAPTER OES classes at the Vo-Techorotl1er church 23rd anniversary
situation," according to Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its centers in the county.; For In- which will be observed with
State Corrections Director ABOUT THINGSWhen regular meeting Thursday (tonight formation, -<96..e150. Sunday School at 9:30 MornIng -
Louie L. Wainwright, who says \) ) January 20, at 8 p.m. service at 11 a.m. Dinner
officials may have to close All members are asked to CHURCH NEWS I will be served at 12:30. Each
the doors to incoming prisoners. please be present and on time. Ebenezer Baptist Church, family is asked to bring a covered -
If not interested Business of vital Importance. Rev Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- box. Dinner will be free.
Walnwrlght said the situationis you talk about talking/ So, even In fried you are chicken:! lint- Flans are being made for the day School will conclude the The final service will be at 3
serious from a supervision the talk for tile past few days salads cake program to beheld Sunday,Feb. services for Sunday. Regular P.m.
standpoint "and from every has been about the cold that biscuits vegetable 13, at 3 p.m.Greater Bethlehem services will be held Sunday
and learn how
P other standpoint" He said that came In like a lion.and tooka and pie come on works. Freewill Baptist Church. A Feb 6.Greater. Greater Allen Chapel AME,
Insurance
9,700 prisoners are currently big bite. this program very entertaining program is Bethlehem Freewill Church, C. E. Jenkins, pastor
crowded into a system built All I would say about the e e e e being planned for your plea- Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Services will begin with Sunday
for 8,323, with some of the weather la that some of you sure. Williams pastor. School at 10 a.m. Morning
worst problems occurring at remember and some did not Our Farm Bureau Board of Monday night the Tiny service at 11 with the Junior
the Lake Butler facility; said have much reason to remember Directors attended a Legislative GIRL SCOUTS 626 Tots will rehearse, and Ushers Church in charge. Evening service -
the institution has 1.133 Inmates that during the last quar- meeting Tuesday night In Girl Scouts of Troop 626 are Board No. 2 will meet.Tuesday 5:30.: All members Invited -
-i : crowded Into a space planned ter of 1971 we had no real Lake City; ThIs was a meeting asked to meet Monday at 5 p.m. night the Senior Choir will re- to attend.
: for 760. He added that tense coin with several counties: meeting In Room D-3 at IUE! School. hearse. Wednesday nighty Prayer Plans are In the making for
:racial relations have almost contrast; during the all ... together with our legislative It Is cookie time again and the Meeting. Thursday night, the annual Women's Day program
of 1970 we had 26 and 28 degree -
into violence twice in
erupted for the second SundayIn
Story Hour at the Church. Also
representatives. Leaders are desirous of the
cold the middle: of No-
the past few months. Many things are at stake con- ,Scouts doing their thing with the Ladles Circle will meet at February.The .
Pictured above are Bradford Director of Family Services, Some Lake Butler Inmatesare vember. Then on November 24 This next Slater Sarah Prince home.Friday Missionary Union will be
County; Senior Citizens Club Dlv., O. E. 0., Jax. and his sleeping on thin mattresses and 25, It dipped on down to cerning session agriculture.will be Important to the cookie cause.sale. It la for a night Choir No. 2 will held Sunday. Jan. 30, at 11 a.m.
gooa
Executive Board members recently assistant, Constance C. Walker rolled out on the floors below 20 degrees. That Is among Farm Bureau Is making meet at the church. The Prayer with Rev.J.A. Gilyard deliverIng -"
elected to serve for 1972. ; also Max Frledson Pres.of of 6-by-6 foot cells built to the notes In my book I us. that the law-makers know SCHOOL NEWS Dand will meet at the home the message. Rev.Jenkins
lat row (from left): Joe Ker- State Congress of Senior hold one man, but now housing kept and was kept>> for me reminding what sure we_ think Is best for us. All Interested adults are Invited of Clarence Covlngton. Satur- will be host to the District
rigan President; Mary Allen Citizens to whom a proclamation three, according to Cook. me where I was sup And, we are the group that to register for the night day the League will sell dinners Conference, March 29 and 30th.
Vice President; Dorothy Ker- was Issued under the hand Last month alnwrlght suspended posed to go and what I was the
because
knows we are ones
rigan. Secretary; Emma Morton of Mayor David T. Kemedy the'bus' service that supposed to do. most involved in Agriculture..
reaaurer.2nd of Miami, declaring Dec. 15 picks up prisoners at Miami, Talking about note books. informedon
row: Lilly Johnson. Sick MAX F SON DAY on Whichhe Jacksonville and other Jails George Roberts gave me a We how will our keep delegation you understood Save 90% On Paperback Books
Committee; Peg Richardson attained his 73rd year. Max and transports them to Lake 1972 reminder book, but added awfactetflnour Interests.
Library Committee; Hazel Richards has labored long and hard In Butler. He doesn't know when that the purpose this year was effort directors
This by our
Entertainment Co- the Interests of Senior Citizensof the service will be resumed. so that my wife could list all
of the
mlttee; Delia Speed,Receptionist. Fla. Good Health and more Gov. Reubln Askew promised she wanted me to do and I is they Just do one In the total many Interestof things LIKE TO READ?

Power, Max. We are behind "the most substantial would have no excuse to fOrpt. total agriculture.Less .
3rd row: Pete Johnson, Sick youlIn .thrust we've ever made" in our TRADE?

Committee; Walter Richardson communion with you, we prison reform when he announced .
*
Library Committee; Bill Rich will hold our 10th Anniversary his $1.59 billion budget -
than 50 cent of thenation's
ards, Entertainment Committee Celebration Jan. 23. to whichwe for the 1972-73 fiscal year. per NEW IDEA SEND US TEN PAPER.
; Carl and Ada hoist House have Invited Rep.gene Shaw He said the state will build a I take every opportunity; I cars have litter bags BACKS FROM YOUR COLLECTION .
and Sen. Bob Saunders. We 600-man prison near Cape Kennedy can now to talk about Brad and 6perccntof the boats. TREAT YOURSELF SEND lOOKS PLUS ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS "

Chairman. are to organize Senior Citi- L add about 300 beds to ford County; Farm Bureau Let TO TEN NEW VIA 4lh,, FOR POSTAGE AND HANDLING.
The new officers have pledged zens Clubs In Hampton Lawtey the Ralford Prison, and complete me say first that all Farm SUGGEST YOUR FAVORITE SUBJECTS
to work for an active and TITLES TODAY. CUSS1
progressive Bureau members wantedIn
and Brooker this This 28 are
In our Senior year. community; correctIons "There's the man who spent ( E) AND RECEIVE TEN FRESH NOVELS BY
year will be our contribution to the centers with a capacity; of Brooker this Saturday night MAIL
Citizens Club. Congress of Senior Citizens for 1,568 inmates. This will be the first 1972 $10.000( ( at a psychiatrist'sgetting RETURN MAIL.
1972. membership meeting and will to know himself, onlyto
Senior Citizen Helen V. Egan be held at the Brooker school find that he didn't want to 431 PARK STREET SOUTH

did a marvelous Job In making CALL FOR BIDS I don't believe there could be friends."-Tom Fengler, "TRADE TEN" ST. PETERSBURG,
"To 'serve* and not to be Identity; badges for our members The Board of County; Commissioners be a better way to prepare The Vista'Calif.) Press. FLORIDA 33707
served; getting to know you and Exec. Board to whichhe of Bradford County; for a meeting than the .way
and we hope you will get to had colorful symbols at- Florida will receive sealed bids we do at Brooker- fried,chicken -
know us, Is the theme set for tached. This was a big ,surprise to be opened at 10:00 A.M. and
hot biscuits
to
our Club In 1972. We have an go
and also fitting, for our the morning of
on
with the
excellent Executive: Board who Canmts along food that will
10 years of work and pleasureIn 1972 in the County; be We to
brought. hope start
are mature and work well with
colorful courthouse
These in the
Club.
our sinners room :
eating at 6
Senior Citizens p.m.
each The
other
badges will be displayed at for the following:
After satisfiedIn
we are fully
Club sends New Years Greetings the Bradford County; Fair. This bid will be for the year
the
to our City Council, Rec. cafetorlum we will go STARKE'SLOWEST
Heretofore we held our Annual beginning February 7th and endIng -
over to the auditorium for a
Dept., Telegraph; Library Installation of Officers at January 31, 1973.
good program that affects us
Staff The and all
a local restaurant. This year. This bid will be consideredas all
of the people of Bradford Coun taw
It was decided to have a potluck a package bid. I say "all" because we either -
for Healthy Prosperous
ty a very -
Gasoline not less
lunch at the Recreation 1 L Regular
and Productive 1972. 'than 94 Octane. drive or ride In a car. FOOD
Hail Pratt St. All membersare
Since I left for the White 2. Diesel Fuel #2 We have read or heard some A _
to their
requested bring
House Conference on Aging', OU Case Lots in about the new no-fault insur- '
favorite dish and a little ex- 3. Motor PRICES !
I have written a weekly col- 24 quart cans and 55 gallon ance. Most of us are all confused l s
the recommendationsof tra.We about how It works. We ,
umn on g
Motor Oil will meet
are looking forward to drums. 320 S. WALNUT ST.
this historic event and will seeing Sen. Saunders and Rep.' API Sarvfca Claaalflcatiniu: DS will find out Saturday flight 8UPERMA11KE1ga
continue to do so. Shaw to help celebrate withus v nabii SAE Grades 10 W,
Pres. Elsenhower called the our 10th Anniversary.I thru 40 W. This oil is to meet NOTICE
first WHCOA,In 1961. Soon after PUBLIC HEARING
-
and requirements of engines operating -
was surprised, pleased
Club was organized In be held at the City Hall
our deeply touched with the mono- under service classifications To ; ,
1962 officially. We have gone tary gift present to m.,by the D. S. This oil Is to meet, Starke, Florida, February 1, '
far In this period land have members. Many Thanks. I will requirements for Military specifications 1972 at 6:30 P.M. MREADYSEMh ?4? gLlawci f did a
learned much. On this lOtti Anniversary I 'TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNt'A OVEN SLICED I I
M I L-L4S199 for
do best to be-
we have matured. your my confidence. worthyof high output diesel engine crankcase Public Hearing will be heard RIB !j l 1LOIN I 1 ROUND
We have elected ana.tuteExec -Joe Kerrigan oil. It shall also meet for the following purposes: BONELESS I
Board who have learned like the Manufacturer's recommendations Rezoning from Residential to i
me, through trial and error, for series 3 lubrica- CommercialThe LEAN
what to do and how to do In tion. following described land ROAST BEEF
: CHOPS j
running a Senior Citizens Club IheOld wmzr .4. Motor Oil In case lots, That Portion of land belongingto TENDER
concerned with the Immediate 24 quart cans and 55 gallon Mr. Dewey Davis West of ''I I
needs of the elderly. In this drums to meet API service State Road 200 and US 301 I 2 TO I 3 LBS Im",
respect, we are not alone. I class M M MS & DG avail not now toned as Commercial : 59CLB
met many dedicated, concerned able SAE Grade,'lOW thru 40W which lies directly West 11198C : 3 LB 68C &OVERIIm

people In Washington who are and specifications of Bradford Motel as the same PKGS :
tireless workers In the field M I LL-2104A. property; :. i iI
of aging. Among them are- 5. All purpose oUt Grade 90 .All Parties will be heard at "

Carter C. Osterblnd. professor fSJAfIf and 140, 5 gallon and 55 gallon this time. I r r r r r I r r
of economics of U. of F., "Free speech can be expensive drum. Gear lubricate must City; of Starke, '
Grace Adams Stevens Director ,if the other fellow.Is big. meet M I L-L 2105 Specification. Board of AdjustmentsJohn Bon.I... Pull Cut CENTER CUT
of Sen. Clt Center. Ala- A. Torode, Chairman '
chua Countyl; ; Oliver Jernlgan. gee than you. 6. Multi-purpose grease in 35 Byt Cleric Merrill Edwards ROUND SIRLOIN

Ib containers and 120 Ib con- City; 1 .
tainers. 1/20 2t 1/27 '
STEAK
r STEAK
7. All #2 fuel and keroseneto
be supplied to the courthouse S
301 DRIVE-IN Agriculture Complex, I '. c:= EJ
Health Clinic, and County; Jail. JSI"9LB ( $1 29 ..La
SHOW TIME 7:00 P.M. The successful bidder wlllpur- FLORIDA r I trthn
chase from the present supplier r
all underground equipment Pantry SIALIO IN "LlOPILM e + 'lllJllllllllN'W'l.'I'lUNllf{ (' ( f'J.

FRI., SAT. JAN. 21, 22Vorga. at major oil company THEATREShowtimeWeekdays ,Pride pea f"ISMNiSl1 ; ,MpI REDEEM WITH THIS COUPON :::;
prices.
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The Board the THIS ::; f
reserves rightto TIDELAUNDRY ;
.theDEATHMASTER reject all bids. -
any or COFFEE
q /Gilbert S. Brown 7:00 1 fllf COUPON

Clerk Sunday 3:00: Saturday ]:00 \ ,/I i & DETERGENT 690 c =N
is back ((Seal) 49 OZ BOX 3
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iHS APPLES
QUANTITY RISERVEO. I _4.v45rt' 1 ARS OIN TRAY 55.
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ONE DAY ONLYFLORIDA Trash Can
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5 CHURCH Grace United ACTtVITIES Methodist Sunday Everyday Low Prices!

", School 9i49 ajn.t Worship,
." services U ajn. and 7 pan | !
Weekly Specials
'" MYF 0 pun. Choir Practice
tj We heIIcIa7' pjn.j, Prayer
..t Meeting 7 pjn.)
Church of Cod Sunday
.: School 10 a.m. Worship service
11 ajn. and 7:30: pm.Family .,

J .Highland Night Baptist Wednesday Sunday 7:30) L IT : tjr / _

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.. School 9:45: rem; Worship, ::
._ services 11 ajn. and 6:30: pin;
': Prayer Nesting Wednesday 7
... p.m., followed by Choir Practice.
a .. tin
QEEF pEOP(1CPRICES
-.; PERSONALS
Friends will be pleased) to
.i learn that Mlaa Mary Anne
.,r. Smith is improving nicely In
"IJ, the Gainesville.Mr.University. Medical Center GOOD THURS., JAN. 20 WED., JAN. 26

and Mrs. HJ2. PrIeR
:.. and Lamar were visiting Mr. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BOTTOM 08
' and Mrs. George R. Sununer-
\s! Un In Lake, City on Sunday.On ((1
Saturday Mrs. O.J. Phillip $
.t( James and Coleman Phillips
w were visiting Leslie. Phil' ROUND ROAST
:J who has undergone 11I'pry'
-:.. in_St Lth 'a Hospital.
./ J acac.o.nt11e.
Mn. Ernest Wells has returned -
after an extended visit
M with Mr. and Mn.E.B. Wells, "
"I Ernie Ala. and Will in HuntsvUle, BONELESS SAVE 31 IRL". LB

Mr.and Mrs. Manuell Martinez -
.: : who have been visiting
.. her parents Mr. and Mn. R.
i E. Lee tor several weeks, left
= Monday for their home In .
N.M. BREADED, CHOPPED FORMED, CUBED USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEP BONELESS
Albwjierque Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Pearson Round Steak $1 18
r visited Ms brother-in-law and i Pork Steaks 5 p IIO. $299 LB.
;a sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.G.) D
. Scarbrough, In .Jacksonville ___ FULL QUARTER LOIN SLICED USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF BONELESS EVE.O-

:: Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Randal Brad- Pork Chops III78c Round Roast. L1x149 1
,.' ley of Jacksonville were visiting .
"._ Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Brad-
, 0 TALMADGB FARMS COUNTRY(Hol or Whole) FRESH BOSTON BUTT BONELESS!
:j leyooSunday.; *

"". Mrs.Hicks and Marlon her spent sister Hall the,of Mrs.Jacsonrllle first Hester -of Cured Hams . LB. BBc Pork Roast . IS 68c

;r the week with Mr. and Mrs.
t Floyd Martin in Daytona Beach ARROW I IiI
'11 and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker -

'"! Mn.in Orlando.Jimmy, Hogan and dau- ,__ _d_ -__ Quantity Rights
:.., ghter-in-law, Mrs. Jack Hogan Reserved 0 hiD1XIANA '
DETERGENT MPT
',. and Melane were Sunday. ''i
WINN DIXIE STORES INC.
;:, dinner guests of Mrs. Hester COPYRIGHT 1972
t-{ Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
; Sbuford and family. They visited Limit 3 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.Butter TEA 1 BAGS
;1 Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders POLY
-1 In the afternoon.Mr. te "

foot .of' and Fort Mrs.Lauderdale W.O. Light were Peas. 2/ $) v

. visiting her mother, Mrs. W. .
r: M. Reddish, the first of last
MRS.SMITHS Coconut,Pooch,Ionian Dutch
'.' week. Merfnguo'Applo Chorry or b $ '

t'. SHOWER FOR MRS. HAYES 2.O0:. .
The Baptist Fellowship Hall >tj.j .J __
..It was the seWnlgfor a shower ASTOR FRENCH FRYPotatoes 3 I
-! given last Thurs& : -night 1Iont' -'
, orlng Mrs. Randy Hayes, the 3 I Le.PKGS. $100 49-oz.
.:' former Warn Teston. Hostesses .
.. were Mrs. Peggie Dobbs BOXES.
hd Mrs. Frankie Eunice, and Mrs. MORTON-A BASKET
'. Mary Kuhne.
$199
Two games were played. with "icken e e e -
..a.: prizes awarded to the winners, J ._
... and the honoree received many
'\L' lively gifts. Refreshments were .w.
co. served to the 28 attending. Pie Shells .';:' 39C . .
CHEK. ALL FLAVORS
GOLDEN RIPE

My q'>Neighbors Bananas . 9C /
SOFT DRINKS
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; ,' r. ,I".; $100
Strawberries 3
\ PINTS $ t1\t\)

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Oranges BAG 15 12-ox.CANS


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.'-;... Ketchup' son:: 48c Lilac Towels 4'0'" $100LlBIIY'S I
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SUPERBRANO(( ) OEIMONTE CUTGreen

4! 5 $100 Beans 4 $100
Aik Margarine . >-. CANS

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Charley SAVE 2I. DEEP SOUTH GALVANIZEDPeanut

E.. Butter ': R. 68C Garbage Cans 2o: $1 88

DUNCAN HINES LAYER DIXIE DARLING

J4hna.About This Question:; Cake Mixes 2 IBIS rxc3," 79C Prestige Bread 4 s*: $1

. "A careless act can cause ARROW SAVE 4< IVORY(Plu 10..... FREE)

;..',.. another'siffht..hls person mascullnily to lose-his nd, Bathroom Tissue, e18c Liquid Detergent :%: 59CGREEN .

:.. result. in a law suit for .. .. .... .... ... ..-, ------..----------..-.
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I dy( GREEN STAMPS ,11 d7( .
:. adequate. Can the Charter .d71,M M.N.H.IW..M STAMPS.,,.NKN.M N d71.M.NW GREEN t tLMN STAMPS.M MNM,1/ ,M M.NM,.t.Y..N M MMCNAH M I ., M.N.W.W.aN W ,. im MtWMAMI TWO CMII.II Mi.M.CUPS MIKM.M N ;
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TWO 16. PKGS.
THREE 12.0. CANS 1 ONE I I-IB PKO. '
E. Johns Agency: Increasemy 1 ASTOlIlNSTANf : 14- STEAKErrfS OR '4-1, PAlMETTO 'ARMS :
,.". Comprehensive personal J"," ASTOROrange Juice .0 I.,". St.ak.It..o WBEEP ;: I.,". Potatoes :1 .0,].' Hamburger Patti. rO.,.,,.' Pimento Cheers :
:'. to $100,000 1 2, : l-": "';; : 1:0:.',';; GOOD THRU JAN. 24 M::: ;; 0000 THRU JAN. 26 :
Liability 'I.; GOOD THRU JAN. 26 :S;: GOOD THRU JAN. 26 GOOD THRU JAN. 26
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WIIM Mlwf M.M WM M M1ICM.M M THREE 14'A. CANS
i ONE 200 n BOX
TWO-Ie.PKGS. ONE 2-L1. CAN I I. ASTOR ,
JOHNS AGENCY HICKORY SWEETSliced I.. ONE Uol. CAN REYNOLDSAluminum : 14, "
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: Bacon ,. Regard for Wood : A91 Foil tU Astor Coffee I'I Pineapple 1
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F. H. Collins Ella Carlton Olvid WatersFuneral An investment in Your Future t

,
Frank Howard Colllni. 51. Mrs. Ella Carlton 63, died services for Olvid :
a former resident of Bradford Sunday Jan. 18, following a Waters 65, of Lake Butler
County died Monday Jan. 17, heart attack at her home in who died January 13, after an W "
In the Veterans Hospital at Lake Butler. She was a native apparent heart attack, were fm

Tucson. Ariz after a lengthy of Bradford County and held at 2:30: pm. Sunday In the II 1.1 1& i l\J\ DU" \\ tJ IJ

the Illness.Bradford lIe was County employed Telegraph by had Lake lived Butler all of area.her She life was In the a Interment Lake Butler was Church In Elzey of Christ.Chapel Tor trim jmttwan h, then nil run Hurt ks *s"| ?. .

before moving to Arizona several member of Harmony Freewill Cemetery under the directionof ..."IIJ"M"WMA.I-IIw.!! l _. __ ,,___ ]11 t\.U!!! _,,,,......;1'I'ImL! '!! \ L, '-m--=!'!t ""_ iIIJ.lNIitWI!! I'rn1'!! lmiilll! !! !JilltilBil1ll: !! !\oJi'i1oImll' :.'\!..'! ._, :r. "
months ago. Baptist Church. Brannon Funeral Home. 8l! ;' __I' ,n 111IIT IW"" Of f '''01'' '''' "' ''''''''' m.m." '"

Surviving are Ms wife Adel Mr. Waters was a native of STARKE CHURCHOF NEW RIVER BAPTIST CONGREGATIONAL
LAWTEY
CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
her husband Bradford County and spent his CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESSCHURCH
andLeonard Surviving are
and two children Kathy CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE
(UimyX all of Tucson Henry Carlton. Lake Butler; entire life In the Lake Butler
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Worship U a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Schedule of Services: .
retired Sunday School 9:45
C. three daughters, six Community. lie was : a.m. .
F. one son
Mrs.
; ono sister, bro- sisters and three brothers. from the Florida State Prison Morning Worship 11 ajro. Youth Services II a.m. and Union 7 P.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 ajn. YouthService Sunday Bible Study 10 sum. ; t
Reed Hampton; and one Los Angeles Funeral services were held system and owned and opera- Service 6 pan. Evening: Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed 8 pjn. Wednesday Night ser 9 pjn. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng ,:.::
ther, Leonard Collins 7 nesday 7 pjn. Ladles Bible vice 7:30: pjn. Everyone' wel ship 7 pjn. 7 *. ,
at 2 p.m. Tuesday Jan., 18. In ted a service station south of pjn.Thursday. Worship p.m. '-
Calif.
Harmony Freewill Chapel.; Burial Lake Butler. He was a mem- night Prayer Meeting Class, Thursday II ajn.Church come. Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other eventngs-8 pjn. ;. ,
Church of Christ. 7:30: located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor ,p.m.
was In Elzey Chapel ber of the pun.
Tim WarrenGerald Cemetery Surviving are his wife Mrs. David Hodges Pastor 16. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Florence Waters. Lake Butler -J.P.H. Bell minister CHURCH ,'"
Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn MISSIONARY Mora- :*''':'
School
SMYRNA Sunday 10
(Tim)Warren, 36,died ; two daughters Mrs. Helen GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL ing Worship 11 ajflk Pre Ser- ajn. '
CHURCH '
and BAPTIST Worship
Dukes Lake Butler, CHURCH STARKE Ing a.m. Evening Y;
Sunday heart morning attack after at Ms an apparent homeIn dren, Steven and Susan Warren Mrs. Wanda Hall Plant City; Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng METHODIST CHURCH vices People tpooatsr8end and Prayer Service, Young!), 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Worshp 7.-Jame.Sha".pastor. :' :?,
all of Jacksonville; two sisters Herbert of Pal- vices Sunday School, 10 a.m.
three sons, Worship at 11. Training ingSunWoorrship am aith Service :
Jacksonville.Born 6 Evening Worship 7 ,
II .
p.m. p.m.
Mrs. Lewis Marton, Rat- atka of Gainesville Preaching U a.m.Training Un BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH "
Herman
; .Union 8:30 Worship
November : p.m. Evening -
7.
In Starke on Midweek Service, Wednesday '
of the ford; and Mrs L. C. Harrell and Harold! Starke; four bro- 7:30. Wednesday Pray 6 pjn. Evening Worship, ion 3:45: p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER FLA. >'
1935 he was the son 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. HU- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland
Newn and Florences. War- Eastman. Ga.; two brothers, thers Leon Waters Thonolo- er Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. LeonT. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday
late He was electrical plant Joseph N. Warren Starke and sea, F'1a.; Aaron Waters Lake Odom, Jr., pastor. Hard, pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess Pastor School, 10 ajn.Ron Bristol.
ren. Dewey Warren Waycroas Ga. Ernie and Superintendent. Training Union
Maxwell Butler; and Riley ,
supervisor for the Funeral services were held FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD 6:45 "'
Lowell
Dl- -
Waters both of Fort Worth AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH pjn. Douglas,
House Coffee Co. In Jacksonville 100 at Theressa)
of the Air at 2 p.m. Tuesday In Jones Texas; two sisters Mrs Edna Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Raiford Road A Weldon St Highway OF PROPHECY BROOKER rector. Worship, Services U a. "
; a veteran Memorial Chapel. Intermentwas Bruce Tampa and Mrs. Ma Worship 11 Sunday School, !10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday a.m. Morn- m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service 4
am. Evening
of the
Force and a member In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith vis Pilaster Fort Pierce; and Worship; 7 p.m. Wednesday; Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship II a.m. Ing Worship Be.m. Young Peo 7:30.: Lavern Outiaw;inl.: .;*"
Christian Church. Union
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 12 grandchildren Meeting and Bible Study. 7 pjn. Thursday night 7:30.: Training 6:30 pjn. ple's Service 6 pjn. Evange- sic director. _
Linda
Surviving Is his wife. -Charles Thomas Evening Worship 7:15:
p.m.
Home In charge of pastor 7 Wednes *
arrange- listic Service, p.m. '
7 Young Peoples MeetIng CHRIST
Johns Warren and two chll- p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Services CHURCH OF JESUS ,
ments. every Monday. 7 day Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. DAY SAINTS "
pjn. OF LATTER
Merle
E. W. KirklandEarnest 7:30 p.m. Rev.
EVERGREEN
BAPTIST with '
Come and worship us.
GF.
Prevatt, pastor. Every- Road
Packham pastor.ST. 1404 E. Bessent .,. .
'one ", Icome.ST. Highway 125 Northwest of -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor Home Evening- Mon-
Family
Lawtey. Sunday School 10 "
,1 rt ajn.
Wills Kirkland 66. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning= Worship 11:15. Sunday MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE ..
of Hampton, died Sunday In PrlmaryTuesday, 4:30 pjn.Wednesday .
Night Service 7:30 Wed WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
pjn.
CHURCH STARKE STARKE
4" ;1 rt +,,, Bradford County Hospital. He Fattier James Cregenpastor nesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 CHURCH. Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Relief Society r',
1st and 3rd
retired brlckmason anda Holy Eucharist 7:30. ;:
was a :
Saturday Mass 7 pjn. Rev. Albert Knight,pas School 9:30 Morning Worship,
;
p.m.Sunday
Baptist. Sundays. 11 ajn. MorningPrayer ThursdayM.I.A., 7:30 pjn. ,:;..
tor. Ser-
Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass and 11; League 4 p.m. Night
Surviving are his wife Willie 2nd, 4th 5th Sunday Wit.Hams Sunday- Priesthood 8:30a.m. '
Mae Kirkland, IIamp1Dnf' five 7p.m.Confessions LAURA BAPTIST 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 vice, 6 p.muRev. Jasper Sunday School 10:30 ajn. Evening :
Ml- Saturday; 6 E.Y.C. 6 pastor. "
daughters, Sunday School 8:45nm.Met. a.m. pjn. Meeting 6 pjn.Sacrement. "
chaelob Starke; Mrs Nora Lucas pjn.School of ning Worship 11 ajn. Evening -John M. Flynn Rector FIRST UNITED METHODIST Jesse D. Branson: Branch '.'.
Religion
Essie MaeBedenbaugh. :
Orlando; Mrs. President .
Grade 7:30 Midweek Bible STARKE
School Sunday 11 Worship : pjn.
i Mrs. Lucy Beck, BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST 9:45 Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST ...,
a.m. to 12 noon. Study. Wednesday, 7:30 p. Sunday School ;
betty
and Miss ; Kirkland, aU .- su day. '7 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- Worship, 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. :n.:.
of Hampton; one brother Wilbur Hlah'SdIooI m.Be In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups 6 p.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
KIrkland. Ocala: two deters pjn. Lester Austin, pastor.ST. Training, 6:30 pjn. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal (Morning Worship U. Training ;.
Mrs. Laura Brosky Worship 7:30. 7 P.m.' Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30: p.m. 'Evening Service ':.'
St&rke. and Mrs. Bertie McGee BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST MARY'S CATHOLIC .. 7:30. Midweek Prayer ".
Lake WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal .: :
City and several Sundaybool: 10 Worship
; a.m. CHURCH MACCLENNY 7:30 pjn. 7:45.: Service, 7:30.:
Two A re OrdainedBy grandchildren. Service 11 U n. Church Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. >. -Rev. L.' Tommy Howe pas .
Funeral services held Training 6:30 ,
were : pm Evening Day Mass 5:30: tor.
p.m.
Holiness at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the graveside Worship 7:30. co,," '!_ .H_ ._.._.nnnoon..nnnn.nn a olll! aaac aaaaaaoaa bcaca II bl nnnn.nnnn.n 0101011111011111111.> nnnnnnn u___a________n___n n n_._t""C"C"II...nnno.no..o.>>bOlaa..... "bb c ccacaca_
Congregational In Windsor Cemeterynear Amy Prayer Meeting;
Gainesville, with Rev.Lacy 7:30:
Conway conducting. Arrangements Rev. J.D. :Robinson
W. J. Thornton deft), and David Christian Fellowship Temple were In charge of
Hodges were ordained Jan- Rev. Hodges Is pastor of the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST f <
,
I uary 8 by the Florida Divisionof Pine Valley Congregational CHURCH ha u p .'
the Congregational Holiness Holiness Church In Starke with FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng ',:
Church In Macclenny at the Rev. Thornton as associate Worship 11
STARKE a.m. Evening '. '
Sunday Sunday School 9:45: Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
a.m. Morning Worship at 11, Everyone welcome. '
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH STREET sermon; : "In My Father's House Rev. Robert Halsten, pastor Till IH only II tinllilint\ !. but it Is l u '; .

BROOKER Sunday School 9:45; Morn- Are Many Mansions"; Church "|,wx'lnll'lliI.lill/l, / fur it \I.* I lie win1- ''? ;::,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH OF GOD ..
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Ing Worship WMU, 11; Church Circle TrainIng Training, 7:30;6:15 sermon: ; Evening:"Making Worship the- 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. i. It I IK H v

Training Union 6 p.m. 6:15: ; Prayer 10 Morn- ttliMX' In aunt ly ,.
p.m. 7:30. Most of Yourself. SundayWorship a.m. |liuv> imr mll} IC" "
Worship,
7:15 Evening
-Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor! : ; Youth Choir Practice 11 a.m. Sunday .
: MondayYouth Choir Practice Monday undhrnrCwl'uuwlpwvu; | .< 'hwh\ ,
7 Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night
Children's Choir. 7 pjn. pm.Tuesday !t.'
GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH TuesdayMission Friends Young Musicians Wednesday 7:30: pjn. Prayer ". fnilh; rrnurh"' l 8i1 i lnitriii'1. mill '

Ing Sunday Worship School IT JO a.m.a.m.and Morn-7 p. Girls WednesdayPrayer in Action, 3:30: p.m.Meet. Choir Choir Practice 3:30 p.m.4:15.: G.A. Bell Meeting-Rev. Y.W.Friday Kldd 7:30, pastor p.m. Irr''''';'''1 lilt! ""' "......' l d f;...1./ '\":;;::1"

m. Wednesday Family Night ,.' ."rr l f fin
-Rev. John Ross. pastor- Ing Business Meeting 7:30: p. KINGSLEY'' LAKE BAPTIST If I tlHWiii-p, iiniiitHUpn-il gnpl| Inn, .. I
Church Choir Practice.( 8:30. Supper> 6 p.m. Prayer Meet. w ,. ';. .
Money won't buy happiness- m.Thur.dayVlsltaUon: Irur. R.A. Meeting. 6:30.Teachers Sunday School 9:30: ; Training yuurl" I'. KM .:.',. ( 1 1, 7 ciui- -I r
but it will pay the salaries of and Officers Mooting 7:15; Union 10:15) a.m.; Morning Worship ,
IInIIII1.1 CII..III: hi*
tC
h"Ilfl'w! ; ...
a large research staff to P.m.Denton Sumrall Church Choir: tf P.m. 11 ajn. Evening Worship '
study the problem. pastor.Bun _.W.A. Hogan. pastor. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: t. .

... i ..... .= es S Wednesday. 000 ne a t, ,;.
Pastor Rev. Robert West
ihs Church .it Cod s appointed agency In / 1 f b" 1 ;> %, r .

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I thiS world for spreading the .knowledge of' P. ;

Sunday School 9:43 ajn. I His lore 'toe man and ol' Hit demand 'for I '. 4r s d ,I.-,
t t tt Morning Worship II a.m. Youth man lo reipond la that love by loving tin *) F .;

1 1 1 1' 11o Fellowship 6 um., Choir Practice neighbor Without' (hit grounding In the 1 t l/s' + i '.".
Wednesday 8 p.m. love ol' Cod t ill e cve e0t .r' .
no government or society or dyeel&4j, e
t t tt tt' -Rev. Robert D. Burch woy ol. life will long persevere and the c y. ._-

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH which wt hold !o dear will. inevitably y'I I jfF jfFhadomt

..., ;0. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- pemh. Therefore even from oletfuh q n1'' 46+4! E .
\. \\ ,- t point of view, one should tuppoit,
t \ : Ing Worship 11. Training Union r'i dif1
\\,:,' '::; """ 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: the Church 'for the sake of the welfare of 4 r j 11,11.

.:,:. ,,y ,r-',fr f.( ..., 4 l- -LeRoy Dalrymple. Pastor himself and hn family Beyond Ihnr, how f fever 4

t"i. :">>' .'#" ..'WN r t every person should uphold and
I ..
4.t,. .. ;..,' 1 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH participate in the Church bciaute it lellt # .!//tII+..
(:it' '" School 10 MornIng
." Sunday a.m. .
\ ,
death ,
the truth about life, and
man s'

I ... ," \\... II t Worship Worship 7:30: U ajn.p.m. Evening Prayer detliny.; the truth which alone will! let dim .-"'lJIII1IiF 1"J::
,, \ Meeting 7:30: pun. Wednesday. free to live at a child of God ,.-..rTFr r
,
rt ....
-Rev.J.C. Saunders, pastor
1'''.'. \\ } "
t t MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL .

Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday. .40;
_
School U a.m. Morning Wor .::: ". -

I t tt ship 6 p.m. Training Union .....
'U- 7 p.m. Evening Worship. S
&, % Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser

t \ Itr.1 t tt vices.Rev.. Bob .Cooper pastor 1R11" ".i 4:



t t tt CHURCH NORTHSIDE BAPTIST mmttttav&ttftftfttt 'o; wy
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Intersection of Highways. 16
(North) and 225. Rev Wayne

Wells, pastor. STARKE /e6GarSERVICF
t t tt Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning LORIDA
Service at 11. Evening Service :

I e. t4 4g t tIt p.m.7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30 4sC EST Hill dwpnirt. I.... 4fr 72ai ;

AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH + S' OMTROl Tire Tnt-.k.g :

Sunday School ....
9:45am.Mor- -- adliht.Adjtistlaff r

e It Home is no place for valuables. In minutes, a fire could destroy them. Or tt ttthey nIna Worship Worship 7 plm wed SIdw. &s Brake< Ben-w
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, t1
Phone ... ..U
Carl Rent -
could get lost or stolen. Why risk it? A Safe Deposit Box costs only t 7 pjn. Study caBook of Psalms. Wheeillalallft." t

pennies a day. And it keeps your important papers and valuables protected .Welcome.G.F. Prevail pastor Everyone :3.19 E. Call 81.' Stark. Fla.IfiofM Alignment" ..

around the clock. Act today-tomorrow may be too late. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
f t M4-574S for FREEIwpectlons AIR' SERVICE :

HAMPTON BAPTIST Mlwayr 301 and 100
Entlmates :
On long trips short the safe .. CHURCH and AH Minor Hepalra
or money.
carry .
.19 s. T.. .
Sunday School 10 a.m.: Mom- Starke
_
617 N. Temple Are. Stark
American ExpressTravelers 1 I. n. t lag Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study
"", ,,'10.4,.- .Le-- 6:30 pjn.; Evening Service 7:30:
Cheques : Aoo..W.t "' -?w
:: : "I'
pjn.
t : i rxei!; ; ......sso -+. t Wednesday Prayer and BUILDERS BRADFORD fi
-. STARKE
1 1A 1- Bible Study 7:30 p.m. EDWARDS
Melvin llama! Pastor
ABSTRACT CO.
If lost or stolen, you can get them promptly replaced. SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market
1C dollar t FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Spendable everywhere. Cost-only per
Feed -** llefter.. ServiceFor Y .
Sunday Service:Sunday School terlag Ac Hardware Groccrlea_- Meats r
9:45 ajn. Morning Worship, ,.
t t tt 10:45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: &...... Pal..t Stwileaasrf GAS AND OIL Title Problems ;
p.m. Youth Croup Meeting Sunday
Jack and Chdys Edwards Abstract
6:30: pjn. Ssortia* G edaCtmk

FLORIDA t tt -J.C. Brown minister U. 8. 101 Seth Stark Title.. InmiraM* .
t Wllk Us nrsl-
JORDAN MISSIONARY PHONE "4.1311 15* W. fall Ph. .....cul
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t B.A:. 'N"K iA it S tA, ;RKE:,: : ,' t tj U.S.BAPnsT 301 North behind SION Taste sit" WaaftfoclMi St. M44270{ z.

Frees. Drive In, Sunday.
Mernlxr Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. School, 10 a.m. Worship Service CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE. Inc.
II U n. and 7 p.m. Prayer
Subsidiary Of Florida National Banks Of Florida Inc. Service 7:30 pjn. Wednes owed If/ The*. W* Berv I. 'Twelve Nrtkast Flortda.. t.......* ..H....... Char ....... 14v. lldUr.KleetrteallV .. a

day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. -X7"4e.e H.igki.--'hare.. 7W'U w-. ;;
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l A SO f .ease. stet. = .... Gnus, associate, pester I

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'! Many ; .
GLORIA REDFEARN .....

Please Call 473-3288 or 473-4182 Adults Do you need to finish pedal need ; ;

6..r --- ------ -- ------ -- -i your high school education? be held at a ;
: BRIDGE Improve your job skills? Do borhood.
DUPLICATE
General Hospital and Mrs.Ruth
Winners for Jan. you have a hobby your would cessful basic
Tuesay Pangborn Is home after a stay ses have been
11 were: First Mrs. llowlaedBryan In Riverside Hospital,Jackson- enjoy developing? Are you a borhood
and Mrs. C.V. Home; 'ville. veteran who can earn your high of
SP/5 Tom Richardson of the school diploma while being paid program being conducted
It"T. Dent
Second. Mrs. and
Army Engineers Is on his Rest under your veteran's rights?
Courses In
Mrs. W.J. Grollckj; Third, Mrs. and Recuperation In Hawaii and The Clay County; School Board
Mike Falkel and Mrs. F.T. was met by his wife Donna can help you through the Clay gency nurses' aides
and Fourth Mrs. Mary
Hague; Magann Richardson. Donna left County adult education program
Cook and Miss Iva HUlyer. Thursday and met her husbandon with classes In all three of the which education Ideally are
Winners for Thursday evening Friday In Hawaii. county's; high schools and< other to
a
Jan. 13. were; First, Mr. Quincy Gardner Is home fol- centers throughout the county. Classes held ; ;

am, Mrs..Mike Falk .Second lowing surgery and a stay (in Adult education offerings are school centers
Miss Helen tuttmer and the Veteran's Administration limited only bv the lack of demand four
Mrs. W.J. Grollck; Third Mrs. Courses planned this nights ) ;
Gainesville.
,B.W. Becker and Jimmy Fox Hospital Sympathy Is extended to E. spring Include all of those need- to day 10 through o'clock.
Mrs. Pat Fraher
and Fourth A. Rushton on the death of his ed to earn credit toward a diploma braries are
and Mrs. Bill Terry. brother Col. Benjamin Walter ; review courses leading to Tuesday and

COMMUNITY CHURCH Rushton (USA-Ret) who diedon the G.E.D. exams;L business 7 to 9 p.m.
Ja1-\iary: 12 In a Charleston, courses such as typing, shorthand the second
The Community Church will S.C. hospital following a long and business machines; /gin January
hold a Family Night Dinner Illness.,,During his 33 years Industrial arts courses as small p.m. and each
on Wednesday Jan. 26, at 6:30p.m. of military service Col. Rush- engine repair, welding, furni- of that week.
at the Educational Build- ton served In Germany, Korea ture re-finishing and general cal high :
Infirs. L.C. Hawaii Okinawa and receivedthe health education (physical fitness Heights Clay
Gayle Program Bronze Star and several ), community; emergency Park High
Chairman has a fine program Oak Leaf Clusters. He was a preparedness, nurses' aides There Is ;
a
planned for the evening, a Mason and a member of the consumer education (sewing), subject The
patriotic program which she Lions Club and the Bethel Park and any others for which there
knows you' will all enjoy. Huel Methodist Church In Denmark, are requests. vary.
Holloway-a retired naval officer For further ;
will present the program. S.C.Funeral heldon Course work Is normally offered or write C.F.
Services were
tonight In -of tile
one 284-3041
or
20
Mr. Holloway spent yearsIn Friday at the Bethel Park county's high schools but If
the Navy serving his coun- ; ; Clay County
Methodist Church. a group In a community has aNews Green Cove
and of this time
part was
try widow Mrs.
Surviving are his ;
during World War n. His
travels 'have been extensive, Dorothy Matthews Rushton; two :t:'>':::fir.:::: iX6. ';I:) ;
and he will be very Interest- brothers E.A. Rushton of Key- ( )
Ing. Mr. Holloway Is a native stone Heights,, and P.A.Rushtonof I NotesBy
of Louisiana and Is now a resident Memphis enn. ;
of Hawthorne where he Helen
By Egan
a home on Lake Wt-
purchased CARD OF THANKS
FELLOWSHIP CLUB Persons
nott.Come and bring a covered May we take this method of Forty three members and ing the art
dish, and enjoy the programand thanking our neighbors and frelnds enjoyed the first Fel- lovely strings ;
friends for their kind
the fellowship and hear expres-
lowship covered dish luncheon beads will
and meet Mr. Holloway.The sions of svmnathv In our meeting of 1972 on January 13 and their
Circles of the Women's bereavement. Those exprs- at the Lions Club with the shop will be
Organization of the Church met slons have been deeply appre- new president, Lester Sheets, lunch. Those ( I I.(
Monday. Jan. 17. The Madonnas ciated. Mrs. Shop Tomllnson. presiding. workshop on the C ; ,I
met Wednesday Jan. 19. A large bowl of dark red tapestry bags, 1
On February 14. the women CARD OF THANKSWe roses and greenery was used ested In the
will have their general meet- would like to express our on the officers table In celebration for more
Ing In the form of a lunch- deepest appreciation to our of the 40th wedding lion may be ;
eon and program at Park-of- great number of friends who anniversary of members Amy the President,
the-Palms so be making your sent cards telegrams and and Bob Ferrell. Along the you the leader's (
plans to attend. flowers. We would also like to outer edge of the members' table The Alachua ; ;
tnanK our many friends for which was shaped In a Homemakers (
4-H HORSE CLUB standing by us In our time of square, were pink white and which the
The Keystone Heights 4-H sorrow. We pray God's richest red camellias, a gift of Mrs. member, will .
Horse Club held their electionof blessing upon every one of Ethel Weyman. meeting on
officers on January 12 at you. -- The family of the late Following the luncheon, Mrs. Extension ;
the home of the club leader, Mr. Earl DeSue.Keystone. Hazel Sheets gave the devo- 12 noon for a
Hoye Hague. The officers are tional basing her message on and Design.
as follows: President, Ray Good Fellowship In 1972. On January
mond Farris; Vice President, Mrs. Emily Icon, corresponding Council !
Jim Hargrave; Secretary, Don- Man secretary, introduced John with hostess !
na Phllman; and Treasurer Hess and Howard Young from land Lake i'I
Edith Hague; Recreation, Blil When Ohio, who are visiting neigh- ,
Strickland, and Reporter, laMe Injured bors of JJrs.; leon In Postmasters FAITH .

. *4.'' .HIt.B'rain' 4... Village. .The.,monthly! 4 ; ,
. 'name selected bv 'ihegroup Mr. and Mrs. 1art: Swtnford/ will be held
i for their club Is "The winter visitors for their second January' 28
Keystone Royal Riders 4-H". A Keystone Heights man,William year were happy to rejoin -' and friends.
E. (Gene) Bufflngton. 39 the club. Mr. Swinford Mrs. ;
HERE N' THERE employed by the Seaboard CoastLine Is brother-in-law of Mrs. tertalned her
Mrs. Aleda Torres (Car Railroad, was reported In Feme Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. members on :
dams) wishes to thank every- fair condition In the Intensivecare Vernon Burns visited for the a.m.
one for their cards and flowers unit of St. Luke's Hospital second time having come to
while she was: recently In Ala- after being hit and dragged by Keystone for the winter. Mrs. PERSONALSMr. (
chua General Hospital for surgery a train In Jacksonville Satur- Burns is Mr. Hanson's sister. and )
day. Ruggles Dodge Joined his mo- have arrived
We're happy to report that ther Mrs. 'Vera Lambing, for Prairie Wis. < !
Mrs. Lucile Massa Is home Buffington was taken to the the luncheon meeting, and Mr. at their winter
following surgery at Alachua hospital by a fire department and Mrs. Grover Benham pro- Lake. They ;
rescue unit following the accident spective members came for Esther .
I at I 1:15 a.m. their second visit. dent of White
President Sheets announcedthe is now living
S.E. MCKAY Police said, that, accordingto following appointments:Mrs ter and family
REALTOR Information given by a Marlon Wilson and Mrs. Lucy ly after Mr.
switchman, several empty cars Flnley membership chairmenand arrived here,
Kvjrtton rit. 473-4816 were being moved from behinda calling committee. They ceived that his
warehouse on Haines Streetin will keep members advised of has passed
HOMES ACREAGES Jacksonville. Bufflngton was the meetings and ascertain If Wis.
between the side of the ware- anyone needs transportation. Miss Tina
RENTALSMr. house and the railroad cars Mrs. Ethel Weyman will con- sonville niece
when he was caught by the train tinue as chairman of Game ernor Fuller
.. M.lb. Ilg.n 413-4140 and dragged along the tracks fora Day, and asked for volunteersto was a house
C JiCh..lnitotl47J- short distance before finally assist her at that time. Verna Lambing
k1"pbln.l c....on. 471-1041 473-4051 being thrown to the ground. Game Day will be held on Jan- We regret
uary 27 at 1:30 p.m., with a hospitalization
The Bufflngtons live on Lake charge of ISC' to help defraythe Schelbe In
Geneva In Keystone Heights. expenses of rent and re- Hospital
freshments.A tests.
news clipping was read Rev. and
by Mrs. Weyman on the sub- ture had as ;
ject of the extra $5,000 ex- Mrs.
Keystone emption on homesteads for senIors Mrs. Carrie
over 65. It was pointedout Marcellus, N.
that a five-year resident Amelia Clark.
State Bank a ownership is one qualification, Corp was
I and that the new exemption brother. '
applies only to mlllage levied Mrs. Corp is
MEMBER F.D.I.C. for the school tax. his mother Is

A humorous poem "How DoI Castleberry. ;! ,
Know" was read by Presi- spend the y
Our Loans Help Turn dent Sheets based on problems We are
facing the Golden Ager. William

On a "Happy Face"If SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB covering Bradford from;

We take this opportunity to ;
'I congratulate President Joe COMMUNITY :
Iii;
Kerrigan on his accomplishments -

', ,II'Ij'liilill iII the recent and the White long hours House spentat Con- was Community The held Annual(;

} try
( ference on Aging In Washington. .
service on
If Joe's article appears In
another column and his efforts graphed copies
will surely show resultsas of all officers
time goes by. When 3,400 ganizations
delegates from all states and proved as
Island. possessions get together available at the
the needs of the elderly tary's office.My ci
will surely have Impact on
R Congress and the President.
Every senior will be called
upon to volunteer to support
their leaders.
Members of the Bradford Club .
were reminded to get ready to ,;:; ;
worthwhile loan to you
If it's A make a contribution to the Brad- '. .. ;

it's worth seeing us first. We'Ustart ford County; Fair .
loan without ;" ; r
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processing your MELROSE HOMEMAKERS ,,_1 3
delay. Your banking business is The president., Mrs. W. H.
Allen, will preside at the Jan-
here.
taken seriously, uary 27 business meeting at
9:30 In the clubhouse. Prospective 4
Give Us a Call new members will be y
Introduced at this time. The

YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN YOUR only requirement of the club :
FRIENDLY COMMUNITY Is that Interested persons attend -
at least three meetings
before being accepted for mem I I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. bership. KID lando for several days. GAINESVILLE':, FLA.

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Members Have Use Of Fine eAe A

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Recreation Facilities At BlandingAn



extensive five-year plan overnight at a very reasonablefee Other recent improvements
for Improving the athletic and to Guardsmen. include the purchasing: of material -
recreational facilities at Camp "This Is one of the finest re- for a new dock at the
Blanding. at a total estimated recadonal areas In the State family camping: area Oabor fur
cost of$75.500 was announcedIn and many Guardsmen say It If nished by troops>\ material for CLASSIFIED AD RATES i In WANTED-Bradford under 20 acres land SEWING MACHINE-Cleanet!. O.C.: Came: Nursery,
recent Issue of "The Florida like belonging to a country ten covered pavilions constructed County. Write oiled and adjusted In. you
a Guardsman." club with no fees to pay in the Enlisted Men's picnic Minimum Charge .... ..1.11C..r. Frank S. Ste Ik. Jr., Rt. 1 L home 500. Vacuum eleanerrepairs Thousands of Plants
All members of the Florida according to A. L. Crosby Jr. area (troop and state labor ( IS wordBach .) Box 8t 2/24 6-A, Bunnell Fla. 32010. also. All work ruarant.d. Fruit Trees. Shade Trees

National Guard have use of of the local Guard unit. ),, portable golf driving : word ever 1$-7e -- Dennis E. Coggins. Pt neWffE Evergreens* Camellias! ,
the recreational and club facilities Part of the five-year plan range and many others. 431-1428 tf ((Azaleas Roses
and Blanding, which Include has already been completed Upon completion of the five- lOa Extra Charge If not .* Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
an Officers Club and an Including air conditioning of year plan outstanding athletic paid In advanceCLASSIFIED. LEW'S fort In cans
Enlisted Men's Club for use the Enlisted Men's Club resurfacing and recreational facilities will ,
by all Guardsmen and their and lighting tennis have) been provided at Blandingto DISPLAY Yt WELDING SHOP M MI. 8.E. 01 Starke. Hwy. 101
families.In courts constructing volleyballand serve all Florida Guardsmen '1.SO/ Per Inch Floribome .51-2185
addition to the clubs there basketball courts In the during their training periods Memorials t lCHILD Whispering Pine. Jtfp- :
R'' oluLion.Proclam.tJOlls. *
are tennis courts picnic arena athletic complex lighting one as well as a recreational facility tel US 3Q1 S. Phone
camping areas with excellent Softball field and purchasing for the enjoyment of entire etc -7e word 9644252 Quality Home Furnishings The Glass
facilities Softball Held new furnishings for the. Enlisted Guard families on a year- CARDS OF THANKS f Custom Uraperloa Shop

and rooms that may be rented Men's Club. around basis.in JO words or lees __.." .1." UTILITY TRAILERS Carpeting Glass
Each CUSTOM BUILT .'Interiors by Victor
--- word over 50-To
Clothing-Furniture Closet GAS AND ELECTRIC 1600 Park Ave. Orange Par K I For ?

CARE WELDING BRAZING 2M-I331 i t.f.r and
r To Meet Emergency NeedsAn .WANTED: Acreage raw or Im- CENTER SHEET METAL AH CARS TRUCES
:proved. Write P.O. Box 296, TRAILER HITCHES Installed While-U-Waft
Emergency Clothes and the Civil Defense Building Palatka. 32077 Phone 3282360. INSTALLED INTERSTATE MOBILE home Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
Furniture Closet for needy people In Starke with Frank Williams.CD 411>. 2/3. "THE PLAYHOUSE" moving In Fla. Cap 964-5604
In Bradford County was director presiding. tfchj 1017 N. Main GMIIeTaking
organized at a recent meetingMuSra Purpose of the meeting was EDWARDS 1025 W. MADISON- ST.

............ .............................. ... ......... ...... ............... to organize a method of collecting FARM SUPPLY WANTED: Acreage large
or
-............................................ ..... .....'9".......................... and distributing merchandise Complete line of Purina Feeds. CHILDREN ALL ACES small. Buyers waiting Strout
to needy people and Cattle hog dog and Realty, Inc. 2117 N. LOTS FOR SALE Starke Colt ; applications tot
Wilson Temple
{: d.t.<'\,- : emergency: cases. It was point- cat. Toomer Fertilizer. JOY ROWE Ave. 964-6609 Country Club, ready for
,,, '11 ed out that more than 700 families Cattle, horse hog.dog worminu tfchg. or 964-8238. building on ( ent. FHA-235 '
I "The" Competition Makers l ; .*,....,...;t:; are welfare recipients in medicines all kinds. Costal PHONE 96 .8465 Lots area approximate 1/2
Bradford County and there are Bermuda Hay. Ph. 964-8775 acre and larger. Paved !'ORdsonly New Brick 3 and 4

AL T AIR 43 12 2 BR Front KitchenI also 154 needy families not reg- tfchg WANTED Breakfast SAVE 3 minutes from town. Bedroom Homes
II -- : cook. Apply 8 to 5 p.m.tlch8.
istered on welfare who receive ThoM Long Distance Call 964-7701, a.m.
In Garden Restaurant. Call for Details)
person -
NOW S3550 of
The Income
I I pr.ee S3995 commodities.
these people is below the level FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bed- 2 tchg,120.CARPENTERS Phone Coils
ALTAIR 60 x 12 2 BR 1 >A Baths of meeting their basic needsin room trailer outside city limits We now handle air line. Low Down Payment

list, price $5695 NOW $5095 emergencies sickness, and J.B. White 964-6114, U WANTEDButler ticket, cruises. and tours. SEWING and.Moderate Monthly' '
loss of home, it was said. no answer call 9648799. : PaymentsLONGCIIAMP
CONCORD 60 II 12 2 BR Front liv. Room It announced that a storage Brothers Builders Stengel We offer a special package

list 1 price $5695 NOW $5 100 was place for all furniture Field' Airport, Archer Road Tour of New MACHINE HOMES
Gainesville Apply at field
and usable Phone M4-68S3
household Items
WINSTON 60 x 12 .- y. BR h. Dining Area clothing donated for all ages office. 2 11>. 1/20 Disney World Sales and Service 101. Soso.

list price S6260 NOW $5560 has been organized at the Neighborhood ii Coll 964-7449 PFAFF ELNA 81Mb'D''
Center (the r
Service DANNY'S
WINSTON 65 x 12 2 BR Front Den former :BJE High School). = TOWN FINANCE CO.. New Homes
PHOTOGRAPHYWEDDINGS
list price $8050 NOW $6995 The public Is asked to help UREFINISHINGALL P.O. Box 22< N. TenmU WHITE FOR SALE: 2 bedroom' con-

AIT AIR 65 x 12 2 BR Fr. Kitchen, 2 bathslist supply Please check these your needed closets items.and TYPES PORTRAITS $49:50 up crete block house near shop
UPHOLSTERY COMMERCIAL ping center. Low down pay
$6 OO NOW $5700 homes for items in good con- ment Call Bu-
puce 114 N. Walnut \ easy terms.
dition that you no longer use, iBINETWORK: ter Pans & Repairs on
CAPELLA 60 xli.l 12, 2 BR Fr. Kit. Uri Rm and which might be of great Expert Rcprodactlona Starke 9648188FOR .. BrewsVolkswagen ell\ other Make Ma' ford P.O. Mitchell Box 238, phone Starke.964-6760 tfchg.

help to needy persons. Anyone ...
NOW $5995
IIIMVi6O! (, desiring pickup service may C. E. JACKSON

ALTAIR 6S x 12, 2 BR. I 114 baths call 984-5689or964.7310Mon- '1313 W. Madison Starke SALE3repossessedmo- NATIONAL 16 ACRES on'' U.S. 301 South
NOW S550OAITAIR51 day through Friday from 0 bile homes. One used Mobile 641 ft. on Hwy.; 8500.00 Cash
list' (irirp V.9V5 a.m. to 4 p.m. If materials can Home. Olln's Mobile Homes Call Bill Powell Broker. 964-
be delivered personally they Sales 100 West Starke 611 W. Univ. Ave.,
I x 12 -- F&R 2 bedroom tfchg. 6464 or 964.6810
NOW $3695Mustam may be left at the Neighborhood You Have Tried Gainesville Florida
list price $4150 Service Center. New a Used
There Is a need for volun- The ftest-Now FOR :RENT: KINGSLEY LAKE, Sal. 8enla.I 378.1355 BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16.
Building Lots SR. BuildIng
230.
modern two bedroom duplex a- on
Gainfftville't teers to staff and establish and Try The Best partment, furnished and alr- ML North of Tin MadOAINESVIUoE Lots on SR. 100. Call Bill
the emergency center any- $200.00 DOWN. new brick and Powell Broker 964-6464 or
I DISCOUNT conditioned. Call Merritt Wil
one who can help for an houror block homes. Payments as low 964-6810.
Mobil*Ham* two at anytime to size and JACK SOUTHARD liams. 964-5391 or 964-7788. as $70.00 a month. You may
Sal.ttotUw MOBILE HOMES' sort clothing is asked to call tfchg. qualify If you earn between .
INC. Mrs Dolores Meng at 468-1915 $70 and $140.00 a week. Call WATER FRONT LOTS
Dawn Paym.nhe. tow Monthly Payment In Hampton or Mrs. Thelma ROOFING Crown Builders 964-8337. FOR SALE
TRACK
8 TAPE Decks
4120 NW. 13.h 144 I North) 371-1346 Thornton at 9645689. repaired tfchg.
CONTRACTORPhone and cleaned at Dahmors Dis- On Crosby Lake and. Crosby
Attending the organization 11.E Lake Canal. >Canal 50 feet
.. count, fast service ttchg
"HOME OF INSTANT SERVICE" meeting Mrs were Hazel Mrs. Thelma T. 4HN MO ILL HOMN t. INC., wide 8 feet deep) Located on

\V. 1..Io.'p. "iwl'il, I liriiu,,* ilrn| ,wr fin'l", I water, linnv Thornton Thomas 473-3485 State Road 100, 3 miles West
Mrs. Louise Newman Rev. J. ''
blmkk. will, linwi Muckt l u"|> mid ilehvcitd, up 'to ZOO C. Brown Rev. DaWltt, Fara- WE :REPAIR: and sell nearly of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation -
nnls. Keystone HeightsAnd every needle made for any I cottage mobile home or
bee, Joe Pentecost, Mrs. Kathy brand stereo regardless of age. Investment.

I Dugger Debra Mrs. Dolores Meng Surrounding Areas. Also the long play records at Prices: start at$1.285.00, $200
Mrs. Henry, and Mrs.- $1 off regular price at Dah- down and $35.00 month for 3$
Betty.Bennett All Work Guaranteed'1 A Hole! la Your Roof I mer's Discount. tfctatxfEWLY 'wniis ((8 1/% % simple inter-
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1 Or A REMODELED Home Call 964-7701; 8 a.m."to 9p.nvweekdays.

I I INTERVIEWER WANTED for 3 2 all individual hearingrequirements tf
WHOLENEW For Sale -- bedrooms
SAVE 52.- part-time telephone survey .. new large baths 14 x 12 living at no
work. Give phone number.Must room large den new built- additional tOsi.I .
I I have private line. Not a sailing in kitchen cabinets. Large 125x
I job. Air mall letter Including ?} ROOFJ 200 lot with trees high and MmHOMES
ON THIS education, work experience and dry Fd. 100 East. 3 miles. I ALL MAKE HEARING
names of references to: Amer- & J Roofing Co. Very convenient terms. Call AIDS REPAIRED
I ican Research Bureau Field 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru
I Operations, 4320 Ammendale Phone 96 $-778 Saturday. Tfchg. AINESVILLE HEARING! '
LIMITED REGULAR $6.50 Road Beltsville Md. 20705. Iliway 301 South t
3tp 1/20 WATSON'SHOUSE AID CO.

I (QUANTITY B0ST0N SOI OF VACUUMS 1137 H. W. 23rd Ave.Sainesville. AVAIUBU FOR
WANTED Maid To-Rena Mo-
w4 I tel. Good:pay. tfchg. Many brands of new vacuums Florida 32601 YOUR LOT
$39.0011). Used machines from
1 Phone 376-0095
I 1 E. JONESLAND $10. Expert: Repairs all makes.Pacts .
to) FOR SALE: Allis Chalmers and Accessories: for all,
Tractor. Model G. 42" Woods vacuums Built In Central vac- 3,500
VACUUM MOUNT PENCIL SHARPENER mower turn plow, front and umn cleaning\ systems. 712 N. CARL QEG'SAGull
I CLEARING back cultivator bars with at- Main Gainesville 376-7110
I II II tachments. All In good condi

I Lou Wot.rHol.s tion. $600. Phone 473-3364 after NSUBANOC: ScrvlcaUsed "1600 SO. FT.
Acre &
,
I 6 p.m. L.A. Baker. 2 tp. 1/20 AT KBDtfCjp!: Kjnra Parts
I II Pushed Land AUTO. FEE, BOAT OFUVmQAHEA
II scaping. TIlE proven carpet cleaner Blue DOTLgE. CONMDI1NSUJIAft0ll THE FINEST SELECTION OF

Lustre Is easy on the budget. AGENCY' USED CARSIn
I PHONE Restores forgotten colors.Rent <..*
electric shampooer $1. Devrlck this whole area
964-7205 Hardware &Supplies CALL
Inc., Builders
24 Hr. Wrecker Service
Starke Fla. It WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
results! List your property for USED PARTS
I 1965 PLYMOUTH Fury 111. WILL BABYSIT In my home sale with us. Call today. SLADE
R & II. AC. PS, PDB AT., by day or week. Live In Hampton BILL POWELL BROKER:964- Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
4 door hardtop $500 cash. area. Call 468-1190 after 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg 468-1998
I Ph. 964-6580. Itchg 5 p.m. Itp HOMESERVICES
LOCKS RUGS- :It 9, $3.19; 9 :x 12,
1967 DODGE Monoco. R & Ii. FOR SALESpinet piano wal- $5.98. Many colors and,pat
I IN THISPOSITION I PS; PB,. ATi AC, 4 door nut, very good condition with terns. Also larger sizes atDAIlMER'S LICENSED ELECTRICIAN
hardtop; $400 and take up pay- damper. $400.00 Phone 964- DISCOUNT. lOt/Chg available for home trailer,
ments. Itchg 6771. Itp 3/23 remodeling. Free .estimate

phone 4734878. 2tchg. 1/20.
1964 PLYMOUTH Fury III,good FOR SALE-Chlckeneq\jlpment. SMALL APPLIANCE repair. fa Information
condition $350 cash. Ph. 964- Big Dutchman feeders, metal Larry Me Daniel, 905 Thomas Can JaeJuwnTtileCoQect
erslv 7337. Itp nests 12 ton feed tanks egg St.. Hwy. 16, Apt. 31. Itchg WANTEDMale or female cook.
,. cooling equipment. Any or all. Call Keystone 473-3093. Itchg.
See and make offer. Ph. 473- HOOF TRIMMING- Follis.
1 I FOR SALESpinet piano walnut 4704. T. W, Baker Lake. Geneva Ph. 964-8635. 5tp 2/17 FOR SALE20 watt EICO Hi-
% j very good condition, with Fla. Itchg Fi amplifier with multiple
% damper. $400.00 Phone. 964- FOR SALE- Zenith TV, 21" speaker cabinet. Weather stereo -
I 6771. 111>. FOR SALEGood Pensacola console, good condition with antenna turntable 4 EICO FM radio FOR RENT: Trailer lot, on
I F.P.L. Call
I Hay at reasonable price.Telephone signal booster. $35.00Ph. tuner. 8500.: Ph. 473- after 5:00 p.m.
USE ON HORIZONTAL 1 964-7679. Itchg 473-3578 after 5:00.: lip 3578 after 5:00.: lip 964.8238tfchg.
SURFACE ONLY
1
1 FOR SALEFrame JIMMY MOORE'S


No screws are needed machine attaches instantly to any j I Mary Carter Paints House In new'condi- .POMPSNEW SUN SPORTS

don 3 bedrooms living room
I MOORE BOAT FOR
smooth non-porous horizontal surface, (such as a table or 1 1j dining room 2 baths outside AND USED

j desk). The entire sharpener can be released taken to wastebasket 102 E. BROWNLEE city on nice lot. YOUR MONEY
2 bedroom frame house very SALES Starke Ph."984-5791'
I
for emptying. It is also portable as you can -move it neat. Some furniture Includedon PARTS
from to Same Prices As Jacksonville 2.7 acres of land. Several SERVICE Complete Outboard AStern
place place.
1 1t nice storage buildings. Outside Deep and Shallow Wells Drive Service and

t I II Advertised Prices city: limits. Water Softeners and Repair. Complete Fiber
I 1 1I 1a 2 bedroom nice cement block
FiltersPlumbing glass. Repair. Custom-
home. Fire place enclosed garage -
I I Near Lawtey on 301; built Fiberglass. Fishing
I BRADFORD PRIZESGIVEN I Supplier Boats.
I IR 5 acre of land on paved highway -
: near Lawtey.
I II EXPERT SERVICE ON

I miligiaP4 I II II AWAY 2nd MONDAYOF CONTACT ALL MAKES
GEORGE ROBERTS PHONE 9647001DURRANCB WANTED- or 2 acres between -
I EACH MONTH REAL ESTATE Starke and Keystone.l
I Com" In and register today. No- purchase nececiary Suitable for garden and house
PHONE 964-7826 PUMP A SUPPLY CfX trailer. Call 473-3182. 4tp
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