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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Community College. Miss SnI- .. : Hammock & Associates of Jack Gas Dept. employees have walked 80 per cent of the
der was first runner-up In the !, I't' sonville told the city council city's 52 miles of gas lines checking for leaks with the $2,600
1971 Miss Columbia.County Pa- last Thursday night. "flame pack" Slntic Is using. It contains a gas filament which
geant. .. burns and detects concentrations of gas. 15 leaks have been
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Mtss'Patrlcla Anastasla Pow s., \ ;;J Ruckman, consultant for thecity's found and repaired. The survey Is costing about $1,400 and Is
ell Is 20 years old, the daugh- water, sewer, and gas required under the Federal Pipeline, Safety Act.
ter of Mr.and Mrs.R. C. Powell systems was called to meet
of Orange Park, and Is a gra- with the council. Ruckman
duate of Orange Park Senior thought he was going to meet
High. She- is a student at St. with Just the Utility Committee -
.Johns River Junior College, Is but found the entire council -
a senator In the Student Gov- present when he arrived. Food Stamm

ernment Association, Is on the Just what the city faces In pProgram.
President's List and has ,won t the way of new pollution and
several trophies In sports. : safety regulations was what
Miss Powell Is sponsored by the council wanted to learn.

Charles Powell, Jacksonville ,.' But after the meeting the coun- Set
paint and bulldlngcontractor. cil still did not know the size
Previous entries) In the psg- 4 of, the.., problem. they-face .
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state regulatory; agencies are

I now"It's requiring a big Job, It appears," By March 1

Dimes Benefit Performance On Tap Ruckman told the Council. Ordinarily -
there would be a city
1v'a manager or a city engineer to
handle the problems and solve Food stamps are scheduled to replace

You're A Good Man Charlie Brown'Tickets the the riddle new of what regulations Is requiredby the the commodity foods program in

engineer said. To provide such Bradford County by March 1, according

services on a consulting balls to an announcement made Wednesday by
would require a man on the
have gone fast for der way this month and Into of the goal. A Mother's March 9.30: ) p.iru until 12:30: a.m. Music Job In Starke daily, Ruckman. Douglas Endsley, director of the state's
this weekend's March Dimes February. Phil Vellenga, prinand coin collection have also will be by the Sound Vibrations said. He placed cost of such Division of Family Services in Jackson-
performance of "You're A Good cipal of Starke Elementary raised funds. from Orange Park. consultation at$25,000 to $30-
Man, Charlie Brown" set as a School, Is chairman of the 1972 This Saturday, Jan. 29, a Tickets are $1.50 per person. 000 per year. ville.
dinner-theatre Friday and Sat- drive. Goal Is to raise $5,000. teen dance Is scheduled as part Bradford High School will "What the city really needsis
urday nights and Sunday as a A 10-mile walk-a-thon sponof the Dimes campaign. It will sponsor another road block for someone responsible for A meeting Is set February "Another advantage" he
matinee.A sored Saturday by the Starke be held after the Orange Park the March of Dimes this Sat- those things," Ruckman said. 7, Monday week, for a dis- said, "is that food stamps per-
Clvitan Club Is expected to basketball game here and is urday, Jan. 29, from 10 a.m. cussion of the administration mit purchasing a greater variety -
few tickets remain for Sun- raise about $1,700 or one-third set in the new Armony from to 2 p.m. on Temple Ave. (S.. Page 4)) of the new food stamp program of nutritious foods"
day afternoon's performance.The now operated In 20 Florida Items which may not be pur-
Friday and Saturday night counties Implementation of the chased with food stamps Include -
performances are sold out, food stamp program !here Is alcoholic beverages, tobacco -
Dimes Drive spokesmen say. contingent upon the availability animal foods, paper pro-
Reservations. for Sunday's ma- WalkrAThon Nets $L 700 of office space and a staff, ducts, and Imported foods.
For! Bali.Snider.' tinee to begin at 12.30: p.m. Endsley said. An average family participating -
can still be made by phoning The commodities food pro- in the food stamp program
Mrs. Charles Darby at 964- gram will continue to be oper- consists of 3.6 persons and
5512 In Starke. ated by the county until the spends $24.47 monthly of its
The Starke Clvitan Club ..... own money for food stamps and
.. new food stamp Is set
program
All tickets must be reservedIn raised close to $1,700 for the lit. "' .,' officials Local receives coupons with a purchasing -
advance since the caterer March of Dimes Drive Satur- up county say. power of $88.
officials have
not receivedfnform.1tion
Holiday Inn of Starke, must day with their 10-mile walk- yet Local officials did not expect -
know In advance how many dinners a-thon. ''II" on the stamp pro- the stamp program to replace -
which will
gram replace the
to prepare. According to J. E. Tomlln- i commodities.The the commodity program
son, chairman of the event, ; here until June at the earliest.
The Dimes benefit performances about 80 marchers braved stamp program will encompass They have also heard, without
will be staged In the threatening sides to hike the :ki the 1,500 residents confirmation: that Bradford
ShttEnum Starke Elementary School cafe- 10 miles and thus earn the plus take In many families that Union Counties will be administered
tirc torium stage. Friday and Sat- approximate $1,700 for the do not qualify for stamps local under one supervisorbut
urday dinners begin at 7 p.m. March of Dimes Campaign. officials say. with offices In both counties -
He said about 700 persons at which stamps can be
The entire play concerns a The food stamp program Is
DON'T' .MISS
typical day In the life of Char- sponsored the marchers, who a state/federal plan administered purchased.
ley Brown. Leading player In earned a certain amount for in Florida by the Division "How they are going to get
the 25th annual
each mile walked. All of the counties certified and eligible
the production based on the of Family Services, under both -
DINNER comic strip "Peanuts" Is Jim participants completed the long the Department of Health and by March Us beyond me,"
MEETINGof Lawson as Snoopy, the dog. hike Rehabilitative Services to help says one Bradford official active -
Richard Jockel stars as Charlie Frank Williams, Bradford low-Income families buy more administering the commodity -
the, Brown Julie Fuller Is Lucy County Civil Defense Director, food. The total amount stampsa ; program.
Linda Rockwell, Is Patti was the largest money winner family may buy Is dependentupon The stamp program, unlike
Stark.BradfordChamber Jim O'Nell Is Linus, and Ger- with 145 sponsors who paid a the size of the family the commodity program whichIs
ald Williams is Schroeder. total of$250.Although and amount which the family administered by the county,
of Commerce the possibility of IN i
must pay Is based upon its will be administered completely -
The 1-1/2 Inch thick script
rain was ever present, no one Income. by the state. The state will
Monday, Jan. 31 1 Is amazingly difficult: for the during' the three hour and ten receive food stamps free from
play to simple, The In Bradford County, Endsley
appear so says minute hike was dampened. I I.r the Federal Government plusIt
7 p.n.Country Jim Lawson. The cast Is work- rain did, however, commenceas estimates; over 2,765 persons will pick cost of admin
Ing hard this week to put some soon as the last walker finished ". will benefit from the food stamp II tra lion. up
Club polish in Its performance"But and was under shelter program. That Is 1,275 more
'. we could use another month," The list of marchers Included .. .". '" than now are receiving commodities -
Lawson said Tuesday. Tomllnson and Phil Vellenga : ; .
DOYLE,CONNER Rehearsals were held Mondayand who Is chairman of the ; : r5w Eligibility; for food stamps 2 Wrecks
local March of Dimes committee Is based Income,
Wednesday nights and another upon resour-
Guest Speaker Is planned tonight(Thurs- ces, residence within the coun- Hurt
day). Others who took part In the :: : :. ty, availability of cooking facilities Only
walk Included: Cot Harry Hat ., .. .
requirement that unemployed
Get Tickets There will be no scene changes cher, John Myers Bob Allen. f ,.:. .' ... .. ( members of a house- Cow
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at C .' C. Office but different settings will Police Chief Ken Fuqua, Dewey fJl hold who can work must register Jersey
be achieved through lighting different McKinney, Lennard Register, .
with the Florida
.n. Employment
100 W. Coll. Starke
areas of the stage and County Commissioner Ralph
by manipulating props.Snoopy Bob Milner, Don Hill, Service, and that generally C.N. Prevatt 32, escaped In
Bryan Nichols Chart Hall Frank William march all members of a house juries
and when
Philip
Mayor Carl Hurst. the Mack Tractor
Nichols, Jo Evans
c...... Of Phillip Mary ,
", 1 Is the audience's closest hold must be related.
Linda Robinson, Mrs. R. O. for dime Saturday In the Clvitan Club'* Walk.A-Tken. 14S person paid collided with a Jersey cow

alp>? I dommunltu formance.connection The dog with since the per-he Dansby and Mrs.said P, T.that Nolln.Tomllnson rainy. William* to march. stamp In addition program to Is residents expected; the to Tuesday, January; 18, at 12:30:

Stair Sunk know is a dog It,although can't talk he doesn't to his weather undoubtdly held down the march, there were undoubt- ed to call it a day.; the walk, while collecting from boost the Income of local grocers a.m.The Jersey cow was on the
fellow characters. But Snoopy the number of participants. edly many aching muscles and The ten-mile walk: netted overa sponsor Sponsors are asked an estimated $69,520 per shoulder of K-is and ran Into
A..e Mts Mv 'le..r.d. converses freely with the audience -' Success of the event resulted sore fee Sunday morning. third of the March of Dimes to pay by check and where month. the side of the Mack truck owned
lip T. $>>,000 fly as he thinks aloud. from the effort made by a campaign goal of $5,000 in the possible all funds are to be "In that food stamps are available by McKenzie Tank Lines. The
, number of workers and sponsors Chief Fuqua reported that county.; turned IJto John Bradley; at to the working poor," truck damage was estimated at
f.....,m\.\ ....I. The dinner-theatre Is but one who donated to the cause, about halfway through the march Walkers are asked to carry Southern Discount. said Endsley, "we see that It approximately $330 while the
, I........ c.... of a eerier) of activities in the Tomllnson added. he developed some big bUsters their check Ust with them to Checks should be made pay- will help to keep them off the
1972 March of Dimes Drive un Though everyone completed on his feet and was tempt- show that they had completed able to "March of Dimes." welfare rolls (See Page 4))


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Hospital/Auxiliary/ 60th Anniversary a Beta Sigma Phi

Hears Talk By Open House Held/ Completes Plans
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Mrs. Joyce Kiherd, -County; Mr. and Mrs Carl Mathews I Beta Sigma Phi sorority met .
Public Health Nurse was the celebrated their 60th "diamond I Monday night at the
speaker at the Bradford County; Jubilee" anniversary Sunday ; M n. Grady Overstreet with
Hospital Auxiliary general with open house at their homeon Mrs Charles Flynn as co- yjLH
meeting Monday night In the N. Church Street from threeto I : ,r ;. d ( hostess.
First Methodist Fellowship five o'clock. + During the regular meeting
Hall. Mrs 1.. N. Pickering greeted i n members discussed plans for
Mrs Rlherd outlined the services guests at the door and presented ti the upcoming Heart Ball and
facilities and the public them to the receiving: r Closed Chest Massage Clinicto
help that Is available at the line composed of Mr and Mrs. be held Feb. 12 and Feb. 14.
Bradford County Health Department Mathews and three sons Lo at the Starke National Guard iA
She elaborated on the well Virgil, and Bruce Ma Armory on Edwards Road.
use of the clinic on Wednes- thews; Mrs. Mathews' sister l Mrs. Carl Johnson was pre-
days for Indigent people for Mrs. C. W. Wheeler and Mr. sented with a Certificate and !
treatments shots examination Mathews' brother, C.. E. Ma, -. rxh single yellow rosebud In the ; :
; maternity clinic, child thews. sorority Dower In commendation I
health clinic,help for the chronic Colorful seasonal flowers \1' ', rl v of 15 years of active
disease: the mental patients were used In the party; rooms membership\ In the sorority. Eddy-iMainor
and examinations at schools for the occasion. The dining I Refreshments were served
for children's eyesight, teeth table, punch; table and guest following the meeting. Engagement ToldMr.
and health In general. Mrs. book table were all covered "" Beta Sigma Phi will again
Rlherd/ also stated the services with white lace cloths over t meet Tuesday Feb. 1, at 7:30:
of a nursery advisory silver lame'. The dining room ( pjn. at the !Bradford: County and Mrs. Jack Eddy of
council Is available; and patient table was centered with a three- Library to hold a business Waldo announce the engagementand
Items from the Loan Clo- tiered cake topped with a dou- meeting and make decorations approaching marriage of
set can be had, such as wheelchairs ble wedding! ring and 50th year for the Heart Ball. All members their daughter Bonnie Shtanne,
overtables, crutches, Happy Anniversary Inscribed. are urged to attend this to Carroll Lamar Mainor son
hospital beds and home pa- Presiding at the silver coffee special meeting.. of Mrs. L. W. Mainor and the
tient's needs. and tea services at each end late Mr. Mainor of Gainesville.Miss .
During the business meeting .- of the table were Mrs George ill tJ r Eddy and Mr. Maher
presided over by the pres- Anderson Mr. J. E. Hardy,. : jaycee Wives are both graduates' of Gainesville ,I
ident, Miss Lillian Stump, a Mrs. T. B. Harding Tina Ma- Hear Talk On High: School. Miss Eddy '
motion was approved for Mrs. thews, and Denis Fllnk. I ii w Is employed at the Social Ser.
W. A. Stern to purchase sev- Mrs.: Lowell Mathews kept ty ., t. Personal Safety vice Department of Gaines-
eral dogwood trees for the the guest book and presidingat .: ,, ville and Mr. Mainor is employed -

hospital grounds. the punch table on the porch r :,, abyedhteoate Insurance
George Canova Hospital Administrator were Mrs. Dennis Mathews and f' g' (,. The Starke Jaycee wives Aux- Co. as
stated that the purchases Mrs, Arlen McKnlght. Cuttingthe iliary held their monthly meeting .- The wedding will take place
of the Auxiliary In this cake were Mrs Virgil Mathews Thursday, Jan. 20, at the April 15 at the First Baptist
year's projects are In use and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsand Ramona Maria Rondez Becomes Gwendolyn Ann Starling Weds Chamber of Commerce. Church McCaul Chapel .;
greatly appreciated: < Including Mrs. William Flink. Floor After the business meeting Gainesville.,. ;
12 overbad tables and the l Blood hostesses were Mrs Charles Bride Of Louie L. Johns Jr. Danny Lamar Jackson In LawteyThe Chief Deputy Dolph> Reddish of a
Bank equipment, which cost Darby Mrs W. B.Mundy Mrs. the Bradford County Sheriff's DUPLICATE BRIDGE
$1,200 and Is presently being Cula ,;oran, Priscllla Pickering with plum velvet bows and Office spoke to the membersand .:
First WINNERS
Installed. The new system utilizes ,',Beth Funk, Jerri Jo Mathews Miss Ramona Maria Rondez uncle Garland Norman of Miami Baptist Churchof streamers. their husbands on "Per-
daughter of Ceraldlne Rondez the bride wore a floor Lawtey was the setting for There was a tie for first :
sonal
plastic collection bags Lisa Lynn Mathews and Assisting in serving were Safety for Women" fol-
and the late J. A. Rondez of length of white the marriage of Gwendolyn place at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday :
velvet
rather than glass bottles which Dawn Mathews. gown Mrs. Luther Milliard. Mrs.Earl lowed by a Question and ans- .
are outdated. Also the new baby Out-of-town guests were: Miami and Louie L. Johns featuring a Victorian collar and Ann Starling daughter of Mr. Denmark and Mrs. Palmer wer period. night where there were :
scales for the nursery; a new MI,.. C. W.Whlsler, Unlonville, Jr., son of Agnes Johns and bishop\) sleeves trimmed in candlelight and Mrs. Leon Starling of Law- Williams. Refreshments were served by four tables in play. First were: '.
the late L. L. Johns of Brooker lace. The train that toy to Danny Lamar Jackson, Mrs. Marie Dent and Mrs. F. ;
potty; chair for helpless inva- Iowa;; C. E. Mathews, Cambridge Following a wedding trip the hostesses Barbara Brown, Deb- :
lids; cubicle curtains for all ,' Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.T. were united In marriageon tied around the waist was also Jackson son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie couple Is residing on Morgan by Ward, and Nancy Bradley. T. Hogue, and Curtis Sanders .
of Starke
rooms, and automated labora- E. Breazealle, High Springs, December 18 at 8:30: p.m. trimmed in lace. Her fingertip 8 on January Road. The bride traveled In Attending the Jaycee District and T. A. Sundem. Second were
at 7:30
: Rev. E.G. Har- Mr and Mrs. Ed
In St. Edward's Catholic Church veil was secured to a velvet p.m. HI Walnwrlght. :
tory equipment are also on Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickeringand a dark plum velvet dress. caucas In Gainesville Jan. ;
order. daughter Priscllla Lake- with Father James Cregan per- camelot cap trimmed with vey performed the nuptials. The bride and groom are 15 were Mr. and Mrs. John L. '.
Miss Stump thanked the Episcopal land; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ma- forming the nuptials. pearls. She carried a cascadeof Decorating the altar were two 1971 graduates of BETS Mr. Bradley Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A, J. Eaves attended ::
women for donating baby thews Mr. and Mrs. VIreO Highlighting the altar were white camellias, roses, car- pink pedestal baskets of white and Jackson Is employed at the 66 Jim Mlneslnger. Robert Fos- the Girl Scout Day Camp di. :.
Items from their bazaar for Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. two standing baskets of white nations and pompoms and a carnations gladioli, pompoms and service station. ter, and Danny Brown. rectors meeting Jacksonville.
the Hospitality Shop. Whlsler Sr., Mr. and Mrs. A., against, background detachable white orchid corl8ge. ground of branched against a back- Tuesday of last week.,. ..L.' .., r
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During the social hour Miss D..Whlsler Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
tree
tree candelabras and A reception was held In the candelabra with burning -
greenery.
Dawn Lamb and her committee Malcolm Wade Mr. and Mrs.
served refreshments Homer Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. The family pews were marked parish hall where baskets of tapers and greenery. Mak-
Charles Devlin, Mr. and Mrs. with white satin bows, pompoms white gladioli, mums and pompome.were ing Aatln the bows.family pews were white

William Slprelle. all of FolksJon and greenery.. ... ..placed at points of .Mrs. Moore
Birthday; ,Party : : Gall:;:.Mr. and Mrs,'Dennis Providing program of nuptial interest. ( i Mary provideda
-';...JI4athew. and tarrlU"UkIOn- music were Teresa Kelly, The -bride' table was centered program of nuptial music. .
For R: A:. TaY/or'r-/ : vUle; and- Mrs. and.Mra. Bob organist, of Lake Butler and with a tiered wedding cake man.David and Jackson served as best MAGIC CHEF 4& I
At t Cedar Key Denton and daughter, Barbara, Mrs. Patsy Ellxson, soloist flanked by two silver candela- the uhers were Tex
Winter Park. of Worthlngton Springs. bra with burning tapers and Patrick Mike Patrick and Roy
Two hundred and ten guests Thomas Fortner served as decorated with blue and green Jackson. John Shuford.was ring
Ralph A. Taylor Route Two called during the appointed best man, and the ushers were pompoms and fern. Cutting the bearer.
Starke, a former resident of hours. Gene Gordon and Danny Whitehead bride's cake were Mrs. Gladys Donna Bryan served as maidof *B "
Union and Baker Counties, celebrated ;:!! all of Lake Butler Carter of Lawtey and Mrs. Era honor and Diane Jackson,
his 70th birthday Saturday Kathy Dekle attended as hon- Browning of Starke. Jacque GaskIns and Janie Ro- The Modern
b, afternoon at Castell's Sea- or attendant. She wore a floor Serving punch were Mrs. Patsy .- binson were bridal attendants. Cooking Machine... :
food ReetaurantinCedarKey. Ii'Ji'I length gown of emerald green Partner, Lake Butler; Mrs. Their gowns were identical "" j
I velvet with Victorian collar'' Connie" Davis Lulu; Mrs. Car- with high neck and waist line .
Helping to celebrate the occasion trimmed in Venetian lace and ol Mattox, Gainesville;and:!Mrs. and long sleeves puffed from ..
with him were his wife, empire waist. She wore a vel- Marie Wilson, Miami. Mrs. the shoulder to the elbow. The
Myrtice, his sister Mrs. El- bet camelot cap trimmed with Sherry Norman kept the bride's honor attendants'gown was deep ..
via Dowllng of Ralford, Wilbur JMr[: ; and Mrs. Daryl Booker book. shade of pink and the atten- .
Allen Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. of1 Hasting,' Neb. announce the of lihtnngreenrppompoms and Following a wedding trip to dants' gowns were dark plum ,;.t''\.. -.,
Dorsey Davis, Gall, Terry and birth of a son, Edward Wilson, carnations with royal blue velvet Silver ,Springs the couple is velvet. In their hair they worea -
Mark of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. on"Jan. 14. Maternal grandparents streamers. residing In Brooker. matching double bow. They ,.
Ralph E. Taylor of Ralford, : are Rev. and Mrs. W. Felice and MIna Rondez The bride is attending the carried nosegays of pink pompoms ... \ (., ,.,
Mr. and Mrs. Red Franks, Donna A&& Jlopn. served as bridal attendants, University; of Florida, earninga and pink carnations with "" '.
Sue, Debbie and Miss Lunda Bradford County Hospital announces wearing royal blue velvet floor B. S. degree In Business plum velvet streamers and O-Sf. ":\' "..... ;
Diane Shaw of Daytona Beach the following births. length gowns with empire Education The groom Is em- loops.Given. .,1, '. ,
and Mrs. Lavon Glisson, New Mr.'.and Mrs. William Don- waists, and Victorian collars ployed with Western Electric In marriage by her father ..- : < :
Smyrna Beach. ald Wentz Jr., Starke, a daughter trimmed in Venetian lace. They Co., Inc. the bride wore a high 1 --:::==-9 i=; ', 1 ''i' :" :
.C Christine Lynn, Jan. 20. wore camelot caps trimmed waisted satin gown with lace t I .
Mr. Taylor received many ;.Mr..and Mrs. James Roy with pearls and carried nosegays top and high neck. The long ., ; .' ;
gifts from his family and friends Hagaiv Middleburg, a son, of blue carnations and Shower Given puffed sleeves terminated In : 11\ ,
commemorating the occasion. James Robert, Jan. 23. pompoms. large cuffs. Her elbow length ,.. 4,...C no ,) :.
Given in marriage by her For Mrs. CraneAt veil of Illusion was secured "
with a crown of florets. She : Pine LevelMrs. ,..., I.>>
carried a cascade arrange- .:
ment of white ..
mums, pompomsand "
An Ricky Crane was hon- daisies with California fo ...; :
important messagefor ored at a stork shower last liege .- .:
Thursday night in the Pine Level A reception was held in the '.
Baptist Church youth building church fellowship hall where '..
people who with Mrs. Vernle Thornton, baskets of white and pink glad- MAGIO our .;
Mrs. Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. loll, pompoms and carnations ::
Owen Alvarez Jr., Mrs. Mark were used in decorating.
their Moody, Mrs. Joel Jackson and Alma Norman greeted guestsat

prepare own es.Mrs. B. M. McRae as hostess- the the guest door.book.Gayle Shuford kept Come See Why More Women Cook On

income: tax returns. A pink, blue, green and yellow The bride's table was cen- i
color scheme was car- tered with a tiered wedding
,
ried out iii the party decora- cake flanked by two silver can- Magic Chef Than Any Other Range -
tions. The refreshment table Maybe you've been cheating was covered with a white linen' cloth and centered with an eperi i greenery.Mrs. George Shu-
yourself all these gnette with pink blue, green I ford cut the bride's cake. Featfiures,
years. : $
and yellow candles and centered The punch table held two crystal i
with an arrangement of i punch bowls encircled with
Every year between January and April .U about deduction for child care or flowers In the same colors. i greenery and pink .
million of people alt down to'do' battle casualty Io.***? And maybe you aren't The gifts were presented to pompoms OVEN WINDOW LIGHT '
with Uncle Sam.Some are"*elf tyted" aware that if your income increased the honoree In a bassinet decorated .*. ;.
accountant Other. think they ) lad year, you may be> able to with a pink and blue 45th Wedding REMOVABLE OVEN DOORS
can aave few dollar doing. -: r save tax dollar by "Income skirt. Games with prizes were ,AnniversaryIs CLOCK WITH TIMER
enjoyed by the 24
it th.mMlv.10 why not. ; averaging"" guests. .

The, no sad matter truth ia,what however f'..""' .! ,''. i. mot I 'fl'\i v Well when It come toIncome honoree The hostesses with a presented baby clothes the I Observed WT. ..'
I.
taesH&RBlock hamper decorated in pink and .
.
'' ;t f7?,
their reaion war for U aware of jut about blue Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams
as a memento of the oc- No Gimmicks
.urting.many of them everythingbecame casion. celebrated their 45th A tt Porcelain

end the earner On the f w.'... a company that wedding anniversary Thursday '.
short end. __ euU,aleupa,and drinks evening, Jan. 20, at a family }
You ..., when it 0 tax return 368 day a UDC To MeetW. dinner party in the Pecan Room 2 RANGE
come to income tau, :::-.s. year. of the Garden Restaurant.Hosts
'amateurs should were Mr and Mrs. Bob Williams $139
depend as ,i 0 Ye., maybe can
you T. Weeks chapter, UDC,
h and Mr. and Mrs. John
on H4R Block. W. have
.v. a couple of buck by will meet Wednesday Feb. 2, Williams of Gainesville, and ONLY W.T
all the faciUtle to help you doing your own return but at 3:30: p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Harold Godwin and :
make "income tax: time" a ._ it really may be> costing you Mrs. C. A. Knight on W. Call
pleacant experience. To begin' a lot more by not having. your' Street. Frank Williams of Starke.
with. HA R Block now baa ever 4000 return done.by Hie R Block. The 12 attending were seated
conveniently located, offlcaalmanned( at a long table centered with a SLADE .
by thousand specially tr.inadp.r.onnel' DON'T LET AN AMATEUR DO I pastel arrangement of gladioli '
and tulips. The honor
mums,
who are anxious to help you Theyll ait' HavR BLOCK'S JOB. 11' guests were presented< with an 1
you down over a free CIIPorf'O: : '..' .nd. anniversary cake which was
how you com*' thing* about"'your:: income H&R Block. served with ice cream at the GAS AND .,
tax that ,you ml.br1ll.'ur' have conclusion of the dinner. APPLIANCES
known exUUd. For .umpw.;>dcr1'OU' know Tie inceme tu people.

Steve Weldon of Macclenny:
OPEN 9 A.M. 6 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. "Punctuality is the art of and Bill Weldon of Bushnell)) 332 W. Madison '

PI//ONE, 9648266NO *':"'!t ig 118 N. WALNUT ST. guessing how late the other were Monday visitors of their St. Phone 964-770 ,",>':,'

I !: APPOI'flMENTNICRMARY: .. fellow Is going to be. mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon. ,-- ,-


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Fresh Orange Jelly Parfait MH. mf BMB al. .. = aBV* .........

Cheers The Winter Table :
Speaking of People
AT

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M. ;.:.,* Miss Mary Demaree of Mrs. Mark Mack and son Baldwin Chevrolet Olds

,x,';, Gainesville Is visiting her sister Tom, and Mr. and Mrs Matt
,f'f Mrs. H. C. Ritch, for Adkinson of Klsslmmee were
several days. last Friday guests of Mr. and

@ Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brad- Mrs. J. G. Caldwell .... Our Low Prices

ley Jr. spent the weekend with Joe Plan and Terry Flem- x.. :
her parents In Melbourne.While ing, Seminary students from ..
@ there, Mrs. Bradley visited the Camarlllo Calif., were recent ,err
yi building site for the Hacienda visitors of Judge and Mrs. T. ? "' '
i Girls Ranch which should be A, Yawn. Lift That Load
completed by this summer. .v
Mrs. W. A. logan returned

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLen- Sunday from a nine-day visit
don attended the funeral of his with her son-in-law and daugh-
uncle James N. Peterson In ter, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Booker -
Jacksonville Monday. Neb.and baby son In Hastings: Nixon LeUerHighlights Off Your Shoulders

Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Ether- Vfir.
Idge of Orlando were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dolembo
h visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Homer of Valparaiso Ind. were last
Stearns.Mrs. Tuesday overnight guests of
;" ,.. Mr. and Mrs. John Myers. 80th Birthday ant AND

a Marguerite Cora of .
6 Mr. and Mrs. :Randall R.
Lakeland Is visiting Miss Madgo Highlight of Alex Morton's ,
Chlsm had as weekend visitors ;
Middleton this week. 80th
birthday
Saturday, Jan.22
their son-in-law and daughter, "
,: Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson ion was a recognition of the occas-
You'll For
by
." ,: < .. gomery attended the funeralof and son Richard of Rockledge.: and Mrs.a letter Richard from President Jump .:
Nixon
Your market huxket will look an if r Midas touched it when his uncle, Frederick Daniel, The Chlsms ;,Iso had as visitor Mr. Morton Is which o ..
you fill it with bright' IClleloron"eH in Huch good supply at your In Reldsvllle, N. C. Tuesday Albert Kruse of Miami above. holding in photo ,
store now. Gladden your table with a desert nil a-Hparkle with morning.,During their absence from Friday to Tuesday. When You See
fresh orange flavor Trv Fresh' Orange Jelly Parfait The gelatine Mrs. Montgomery's "Mrs. Nixon and I were delighted Joy ;
mother
JH marie
with ornn'lI" juico you squeeze yourself, together to learn that ,
Mrs. Horace Tolbert Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas you are .
with a zippy: 'toui'h of fresh lemon juice and rind Layer of Lake
ol tho nrnng( > gelatine; with whipped| i-renm. Delectable squares and City; stayed with the children. had as guests at their celebrating your eightieth
simple to do. Thp word camp In the Scrub during the birthday Jan 22.
"orange" go<-H l bock to the old Arabian
word "narani", Orange ant great to eat out of hand for juicy Mr. and Mrs. John Deas of weekend, Mrs" J. W. McNeelyand "We know this will be a day Our Big
refreshment" and!'for their rich Htipplv" / of vitamin "C". Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Lakeland Dr. filled with congratulations from
1-W.Ji. (Mange Jells I'tirfiiil E. W. Hayes Sunday. Donald Chubb of Winter Park, your family and friends and we
1 envelope unfliivonvl 2 tablespoon> fresh lemon and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nic- want to add our warm wishes USED C;A
gelatine juice Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stray- hols of Pala a. that peace, joy, and content- ,:.
Vi cup cold water / tcnspoon grated fresh horn of Wildwood were Sunday ment will always be yours.
Va cup, sugar lemon rind visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. "Sincere Lv. Richard Nixon."
Yin.. teaspoon Halt I cup heavy cream. Among those ;
F. Flaxen helping Mr. ?
5 On
1 I'lt fresh FSU BARGAINS
cups| orange juice whipped Morton to celebrate his 80th s+
'/' tea"|x>on vanilla
.
Mrs. Charles Parker and family year Saturday were Mr. and
Sprinkle gi-lutine over cold water in saucepan. Place over of Cocoa were weekend Dean's ListFive Mrs. Joseph Kerrigan, Mr. and j
low heat ,
: stir constantly' until .
gelatine di "olve" Remove from
heat; stir in and; guests of Mrs. Carolyn :Red Mrs. Bill Richards Mr. and a
augur Halt Add orange juice, lemon juice and students from theStarkearea
nnd. Pour into a 9 x 9 x 2-inch pan. Chill until firm. Cut into grave and family. made the Mrs. Carl Hoist Mrs. Wilma 1967 PLY. .
Deans list at WAGONI969lnipaa4DrtiT ..
M<|uaren, Fill parfait glasses with alternating (avert* of orange Florida State University Kronenberger and Mrs. lucy 1969 Bel-air,, 4,Door .
jelly and' whipiied cream mixed' with vanilla. Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. is in Tucker.
MaKes. : nervines. : confined with the flu. Tallahassee. Air cond.; PS; PB, R&H
Rebecca McMillan, Gary Hamilton -
Harold Bowen William SOUND CAR ,,:
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwab

Time To PlantCold and Mrs.son were Myrtle, Eddie weekend Anderson., of Merritt visitors island of- Scoggins during all December of Starke the, and 15.term made Robert which A's Thornton and ended B'., SI ,795



Weather Sale Mrs. C. W. Whisler of Un- | 1969 PLYMOUTH WAGON
lonvllle, Ia. is visiting her bro- Miss Johnson
ther-in-law sister Mr.and PS, PB, Air Cond., Good mechanical ._.I
SHADE TREES On Dean's List
Mrs. Carl Mathews,for several cond. I"

Now 3.97 weeks. \
Jearlean Johnson, daughter
Local admittances to Bradford of Mr. and Mrs. Cephus John- $1 ,795
FRUIT TREES County Hospital this week son of Lawtey has been namedto
include; Edith Rhoden Hampton the Dean's List for the Fall
r Now 2.97 ; Mrs. Dorothy Engelke, Quarter Florida Atlantic University 1967
Melrose; Mran Stokes, Brooker in Boca Raton. .} Pontiac Tempest 1970 I Impala 4 Door HT
PECAN TREES ; Gerald Canstine, Waldo, Miss Johnson, who graduated '
Michael Manning Raiford; Mrs. from Bradford High School as One owner, like h,;w, PS, PB, AC
From ,6.97FLOWERING Lillian Batten Mrs. Doris valedictorian, Is majoring In V8, Auto.Trant..
Moore, Russell Grlffls, Mrs. social science. ,
SHRUBS Gennle Bennett, Edwin Reagan, ) I
Zane Brooks, Henry Hinson, LL l. J$2,495

i Now 4.87 Canova Mrs. Sarah IV. Coran and Paul Shimer SelectedAs ( _

,.... .." 11968
GRAPEVINESNiiW't87 "'! Mr..1'Id' )Mrs\ Robbie-Shal-.. Outstanding IWALA?WAGON ?7Qi<|OR/ !*t MAVRICK
fi
''''< ler and.M t<1} and Mrs.0gden InSL AugustineLeon Growth NeededTo PS, PB, Air Cond, -* Yfl ,*!' ',
.0
'
'Bates 'of Jacksonville!: visited
Disney World last Wednesday. Offset Losses, "A STEAL"
Shimer of St. Augustine
RYE GRASS SEED
F 10. Peat son-in-law of Mr. and
Rotarians ToldNew "
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin
Mrs. Foster Sht Smith of SI ,295
5 Its. ---- .11 attended the annual meeting of Starke, was named Outstanding L.
the Postal
Credit Union In Jack-
Young Man of the Yearat growth Is necessary If a
'ibs. Bu. J71001bs aonvllle Sunday afternoon the annual Banquet of St. community; Is to hold Its own
50 5.97 ---- '
-- Augustine Jaycees last Sat- against economic losses from ]!1969 DODGED RT
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin natural
urday. causes such business
as -
5 Bu. --3.67 were weekend guests of Mr. Shimer Is director of 2 Dr. I low (
10.97 per- failures and Industrial HT., ml .ag., 6 cyl.,
and Mrs. J. B. Godwin In Arcadia r j
sonnel for the 5t. Johns Coun- shutdowns, Wallace O. Parker.
over the weekend. ty; School Board. He holds a Research Director with the Auto.'Trent.
bachelor degree'and a mas Jacksonville Area Chamber of
Complete Pest Control Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. T. ter's degree from West Vir- Commerce told the Starke :Rot- $1,795
C. Hazen Jr., and Mrs. J. E, ginia University. ary Club last week.
Hardy visited Mr.[ and Mrs. toiltheaSouO
cently elected Parker said he did not agree
I ServiceF. N. S. Dankel In Lake City last east Region YMCA board of with the philosophy expressedby ; 11969 CAMARO COUPE
Wednesday.Girl .
director and has been activein some that Florida was'
community; and youth affairs threatened at the present time 39,000 miles, 6 cyl., stand hift.with
Scout Troop 605 with for several years. by overdevelopment and should a littl. body damage
the leader Mrs. D. T. Fara- Shimer Is married to the stop Its efforts to attract
R. M. FEEDSFor bee, will visit the Children's former ShiAnne Smith of Industry or new residents.new H. 'r
\ Museum In Jacksonville this Starke, and they have one said that It would be necessary $1 09 1
afternoon) to see the film, daughter. li
to create 89 new Jobs In Brad-
A tt Your Livestock "Trail of Tears". Accompan- ford County; each year Just to

ing Brantley the ,Troop Mrs. are Arthur Mrs.Patray Roy Moose Lodge phased replace out those for that one are cause being or 1962 Buick: Special 2 Dr i 1968 Olds 98 '4' Dr .;

Cows Horses Hogs and Mrs. Mary Joiner. another.
,
,
t Started Here The speaker also called attention Sharp car and Its-goTo'll the equipment
Mrs.
Jimmy Newman and
Chickens to the fact that only 21
children of Fort Lauderdale per cent of Bradford's total -
spent last Wednesday to Fri- Charter members of the new population Is gainfully em- '
day with her parents, Mr. and Moose Lodge No. 2035 were InStalled ployed, which Is below the a- :: $1,595
,FLORIDA PEST CO TROL'S Mrs. Roy Clemons. The Clem- January 18 In a ritual verage for the state. He also :
ons also had as weekend guests, performed by Jacksonville said that 29 per cent of Bradford -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mills and Beach Lodge members at die families have Income ator
GARDEN CENTER family of Brunswick Ga. Starke Golf and Country Club. below the poverty\ level. This Is 1965 PLY. WAGON : I I '

The class was held In honor also higher than the state level.
Mr. 'and Mrs. M. A. Bald of John Whitehead sheriff of The speaker was Introducedby PS, PB, V8, Auto. Trent

539 E, CALL PHONE 964-5745 win Jr. are attending the Chev- Union County/; A buffet was Buford Mitchell, who arranged SAVE
rolet Pay-Off Party; at Disney served by the wives of Moose the program.
World Tuesday to Thursday. Lodge members. Jim Chasteen business man-
Plans_ were_ made___ _fora_Valentine .___ $695 .1-i
- - - - - - .nn co n 'n u u ager ofthe Florida State Prison
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Dance to be held February
was welcomed as a new mem-
12, 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. Music ber at this meeting.

TUCK; IS DRIVE-IN. will be will by Guy be, $5 Whitton.per couple.Admission 1968 OPEL WAGON 1967 FORD 3/4/ :'tON

Breakfast will be served. III_ 'I 6 Cyl., n.w delnt,
Next meeting will l be February BMSNine
Now Under Neiv Mangenient I at 8 p.m. at the Country Club. m READY

The man. at.the. next desk University; of Florida SB95;" ; $1,495

DICK WILLIAMS, OPERATOR rays that when ha was a hid Students are doing their practice -
the only dress code was his teaching at the 'Middle

OUR SPECIMTYf were mothers not to edict be bloused that knickert' below School The students this quarter.begin their Internship 1969 ELCAMINO 1967 FORD 1 1/7/ TON

the /knee." by observing supervising Loaded and ready

Barb-Cue teachers In classes and : _17l
1 Hickory Smoked .. The superannuated friend then gradually take over the SHARP
rays he and his wife are considering classes themselves under the
telling the old home supervising teachers' direc $2,395 $1,595U.S.
ChickenPorkBeefFriday and buying a trailer but he tion.Miss
doesn't know what they 'woulddo Susan Pressman Miss
i
with ill the extra room. Debbie Haynes and Miss Cheryl
Moran are Interning In the
SPECIAL :Reading and Arts
Night Special THE BRADFORD Social Learning Studies Department has-

COUNTY TELEGRAPH John Raech, Mrs. Margaret Eland .

5:00: to 9:00: P.M. LUNCHEON Published every' TJiurnUyI and Miss Jean Dztadual
as Interns. Miss Marta Crocker ; :-
Bar-b-cue Spare ,Ribs Plate DAILY I 1.18: W. Call Street and Mrs. Carol Hunt are

Starke, Florida 32091 math Interns. Working with the
COLE SLAW 11:00: A.M. on special education teachers Is
Second class postage paid Miss Debbie Pykehouse.
POTATO SALAD $2 00 at Starke, Florida 301 NORTH PHONE 9647500STARKE.
COFFEE : $ .mil' On Jan. 18, the Middle School *
Subscription Rates: had Its third math money trip
In trade area: $5.00 peryeer this year. The students with the FLORIDA
Eat In Or Take-out Service ; $2.75 six month most math money In each class
or In some cases, the students
Outside .trade area: W.SO with the highest averages In "Sooner or Later Your Favorite
BREAKFAST SERVED 7oo: A.M. on per year $3.00 six month the class, went to Gainesville Dealer"r
to see a movie.

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r Probe Continues Into Murders And Girl's FateLiterally Zoning ChangeD




hundreds of leads The Florida Department of are having now Is that so Meanwhile the Sheriffs Of- The 50 searched wooded ..:.
many 16-year-old girl was apparently persons a 8ed' : 1';:
Into the disappearance of 16- Law Enforcement ;
Is also fully leads are coming In they have fice here Is keeping men on last seen Nov. 30 being area off SR-ioo between Putnam
year-old Valerie Turner last Involved In the case and thereIs fallen behind in checking them led from Nell's Style; Shop Hall and Grandm for the missing -
Nov.. 30 and double murder close cooperation betweenthe the case full time. Several
by two men. The trio was spot- girl. A woman having seena An application by Mirk V.
of her mother and another wo- sheriffs office here and out.In agents from the Florida Department -
man and girl the wood- Vernon E, Olin for change
man are being checked out by the state lawmen, Deputy; Red- a case such as this Red of Law Enforcement ted by a passing truck driver enter and a
dish ed area. But nothing unusual of toning to permit construc-
lawmen from Information which dish says, lawmen are forced are also working fulltlme
says\ to check out lead since on Neither the girl, nor the two was found in the search. tion of a mobile home parkon
flows In dally. "It's highly every the murders and disappearance
a unusual
case
I AI they have so far pinned men have been! seen since Deputy; Reddish said the wo- Highway 100 West was cte.
from an investigative nothing of the 16-year-old high school
stand-
But so far there has beenno point." Reddish "We've down and, therefore, can't eli- girl. who said the girl apparently man's report.had been checked riled Tuesday night by the Brad
break In the bizarre mur- never had says. minate a great number of tips "was not leaving on her'own Immediately without positive ford County; Zoning Board.
a off
case In
I der and apparent kidnappingcase many directions." go so that have nothing to do with Valerie Turner's trail ends, volition .and one of the results, then again, more thoroughly The Ollns had requested rezoning -'
//Jao. says Chief Deputy; Sheriff the case. for the time being, Just a few men kept his left hand In his without any success. of a tract adjoining their
I gil Dolph Reddish of the Brad- But lawmen are learning daily '"I think after while feet from the beauty; shopwhere pocket all the time Indicat Huntley Redfearn Jr., chief mobile home sales lot from
a thlms
ford Sheriffs Department But as they piece 'Information will begin to shake down."Reddish her mother and a hairdresserwere ing he might have had a weapon. of the Keystone Heights Volunteer RIA (agricultural) to Rl-C,permitting -
-
Bradford County Is till work- Fire Department, said the mobile homes.
; together bit by bit. the deputy; killed six weeks ago. .
says, "Something will fall
ing full time on the case. states. Main search was conducted by mem- County Sanitarian Jack Tra-
trouble lawmen
out of all this; its got to." Mrs Bobby Turner and Miss One lead resulted In a thor- bers of the fire deportment, wlck told the board he could
Pat Mirr were found shot to ough search Saturday of a mile- volunteers employed by Clay not approve the tract for sep
death last November 30 In Nell's square area of woods near Keystone Electric Cooperative, and relatives tic tanks because of Its low-.
New Ecology Hits Style Shop on SR-21 (the old Heights.In and friends of the Turn ness and poor drainage. The
TerwillegarBradford's) City. (from Page i 1)) White Top Drive-In) between a community; effort,around er family board also had a letter from

lie the Council Keystone Heights and Melrose. Searchers went over a mile A. J. Thomas, Jr., of Fort
suggested familiar with employ less than the acceptable, Ruck for Instance all employees will They had each been shot several area around the road, include Lauderdale, who owns consid-
a man all
man said but the problem has be able times with both a .25 borrow and found to the
city utilities- to locate cut-off valves ing a pit, no erable property adjacent
and sewer gas,, water but not, electric an- been cleared up by stopping! and utility lines that are under caliber and a .38 caliber ,pis- ParatroopersIn trace of a body, burled thereor proposed park, objecting to the
engineer who would commandtoo oil from being Introduced Into the ground. It was poln eJ tol. any other tangible evidence. change In zoning.
high a salary. the system. out, for Instance that Street Training Both the firemen and Clay The application of Steve Starling
Entry In "I don't think any one department Specific requirements men- Department Supt S. R. Hicks Electric employees have many Jr. tor change of toning!
head could handle the tioned last Thursday night were Is thoroughly familiar with the Bradford At BlandingSom times played a vital part In from Rl-B (residential) to R-
Sunf lavorPageant Job and still do his Job in the a leak and corrosion surveyof city's water and sewer the Keystone section In cases IC (residential with mobile
field," Fuckman said the gas system and a set lines. But vJiat;/ would happenIn of emergency. homes) was approved for a
Since July 1970 when Oscar of city maps with all city; u- an emergency If Hicks were Pageant. 600 men of the 2nd Deputy; Reddish says the Investigation parcel of properly; at his homeon
Davis resigned his position the tillty; distribution system on not available or was unable to Battalion, 82nd Alrbourne, Into the double mur- the old Lawtey 301 cut-
City of Star.he has been them. These regulations authorized work, Ruckman asked. 325th Infantry Division lumped der and Valerie's disappearance -
without a utilities director. operating by the Federal Pipe To that end the council au- (From Page ) Into Llewellen Drop Zone In Is continuing unabated off.Approval was given for a
When asked If he considereda line Safety Act and the mea- throlzed Bessent, Hammock & Camp Blandlng for two weeksof "The magnitude of the Investigation subdivision plant presented by
..Anno Terwlllegar, daughter man such as Davis capable sures are being carried out Associates to prepare a set training Friday, Jan. 14. is 10-fold over any C. H. Nasworthy for a mobile -
of Mr and Mrs. Ter-
Clyde
Department of of city maps with mylar over Investigation ever conducted home park on Ms property
of Is of performing the duties he The Jump began at 10:15: a.m.
wlllCKar Starke. a con- Transportation
named, Ituckman said yes. lays of each distribution sys Jan. 14 some 30 miles south- here. We've never had a case on Highway 16 east. Individual -
testant In the 1972 Miss Tues-Sun- Clerk Merrill Edwards, who .. The city Is currently car- tem. Snail copies of each map west of Jacksonville. The men with the mnn-hours, leads and lots were platted In excess -
set next
flavor Pageant
suggested consulting Kuckmin rying out a leak survey on Its will also be given to workmen have been In Blanding under- paper work Involved." of 20,000 square feet,\
day-Thursday Tampa. Feb. 1-3, In Interrupted the discussion to, gas system. Arrangements are In the field. Such a set of maps I} going training for the past week .. .. .. .. .' -

Miss Terwlllegar is the cur- say the engineer has "missed being made for a.cathodfc pro- will cost between $4,000 and and a half and will be there A AAAAAAAA.AA
rent Bradford County Straw- the point" of his request tection ((corrosion) survey and $5,000, Ruckman said., through this week. ,

berry Queen. She attends "I 1 intended for, 'us' (city officials prevention measures. Anodes "The the leak most and Important corrosion things'are 1)I The Jump is the first In a ) MUSTANG .,.> .
Wcslcyan College In Macon and department heads) will beplaced along the gas surveys series of activities by the 82nd ''c'
Clerk Edwards UThe tition Mak.rS'',
stated. C\'mPl
lines
that will
to do most of the work, he set up a magnetic y'I Airborne Division In northern
Ca.The Miss Sunflavor PageantIs explained. The engineers, Edwards ;: field around the lines "No It,,,", that's Ruckman Just said.a small The partof Florida under the Division
that slow engineer -
said would be. called rusting.It
sponsored by the Florida said that pollution and 'Training and Recreation Program REDUCED PRICES!
to define will cost thousands of dol-
upon regulations
the
State Fair and the Florida Department known as TR Squared.
of Agriculture and city officials have trouble In- lars, however. The City Gas safety regulations are going The name stands for training, Only 4 left
to become an ,
everyday prob-
Is
Department carrying out the
Consumer Services. The con- terpreting. recruiting, and recreation, and '71 and '72 model 43 to 65 ft
"I can't pop In and do a leak survey with Its own laborto lem."We
Is set of the 1972
test as part Is aimed at
getting elements
small portion without cut costs.A know we're In good shape 2 and 3 bedrooms All Brand New
havingsom'X
Slate Fair and Gas-
)Florida of the division before the pub-
>118 around to know what'sgoing set of city; maps Is also now, Ruckman said. "But
parllla in Tampa. on. being required so that In a proving It to the Federal government I lic to give civilian audiencesan ALTAIR 2 bedroom, "frftnt' $3550 3
Each contestant must give a idea of what It Is like to ;
one minute speech about the "It's such a tremendous Job- disaster, natural, or nuclear. something else." live and work In an elite air- 43 x 12 kitchen Liit-$3995,
agriculture of the county; they I don't think you're going to borne outfit.
represent, be Judged In swim do It with Just a little more TOP HEAVY ALTAIR 3 bedrooms, both $5500 )
suit competition in a private work. Over the past eight months 65 12 and '. both
interview with five Judges. There are regulations to follow Stacy Powell units of the Division have tra- x 1 LIH-S629S
from the Florida :- < veled the southeastern
Judging will be based on con- Public throughout -
testants' knowledge ,of the Service Commission, and State VAST eDUCATIONAL \nn Barton United States conducting ALTAIR 2 bedrooms both $5095 3
i Miss
eant Mary
phase of agriculture she represents Department of Health, ,plus parachute Jumps, mobile displays and '? both liit-SStSS'
EXPEND/TL/R of Jacksonville, sponsored byKoch' 60 XWINSTON 12
speaking ability, others from federal agencies ... ; of men and equipment
beauty, charm, poise, person- such as the Air and Water Pol.. Drug Store, Starke, and and meeting the general pub-
Miss Cynthia Joyce Westmoreland
lution Control, Ruckman said. 2 bedroom with $6995 5J
ality, and personal appearance.
the High lic.The
sponsored by
Ruckman pointed out the 65 12 front den
Grand prize for the winner city; :Springs! Jaycees. Miss Bartonis missions achieved several x Lltl-SSOSO
will be a 1972 red Dodge. Miss had recently been under a tem the 1970 Bradford County; objectives; among them >
Sunflavor will also be presented porary permit to J operate Its .Strawberry Queen. Miss Bar- are training the men In inter- Cain ,villr'.
with a crown and trophy sewerage treatment plant. Too esting and unusual ways, allowing -
much ton Is the current High Springs DISCOUNTM.bd.Hom. Mustl1ng
nutrients had been
and will be employed pv rt-tlme getflog Nl Tobacco Queen. them to learn more a-
during the year by the Florida through the plant into Alllgatol"Creek The Miss Bradford Pageant bout the country In which they *

Department of Agriculture and Water Pollution and Control the Air Board and is sponsored by the Junior Woman'l live, and giving them an opportunity Sa;., lot MOBILE HOMES; : INI:
Consumer Services. ; to visit well known
Club of Starke and Is
stepped In, he said. recreational tow Down Paym.nl> low Monthlyaym.nte
The problem was traced to affiliated with the Miss Flo- spots. 4120 N W \I3lh(44l. ( N.,tM' 371.134
oil being put into the system rida and Miss America Pa- Where ever they visit the .
.Y 1I 'geants. Winner of the Miss "HOME OF 'INSTANT
by a city; firm. The oil lowered paratroopers attempt to recruit SERVICE"W.
/Rfll|>"| Nadet/ U tludyh'Q// "' 'laxri the. efficiency of the plant toe Bradford Pageant will 'compete qualified men for enlistment n.jjfr-.i. r ,inclqd.. metal;. from.'.tpi,'...;'w.r aid wo.tr inn
Wouldn't, If be ,ti'ow/er/ul,' / / if I In tile Miss Florida, Pageant -, into the 82ndan option !blocks with bat* block "'.up ond d.vtrd|, ,
207
.
?
')>a' "toiilil,, 10rjPoIt/ recall "f/ all' ", and' the winner of the available to new enlistee's tinder -' mdes up
/'MO' / ,state competition will enter the the unit
,,7"1'111 r" dclt.ltvc/ Army's of choice)
8I Wrecks Miss America Pageant. enlistment program ** A-AA *
II \ oil Id h. nice U (lie PIMIIvrrr -.
In cr: ( rtrn hall pI( the 1)
(From Page
ninniI I hut III\ spent in ftlull)'. .

,'lIlIlhl''in.' was the same amount. I pEMICR
cow r
The truck was traveling at A 4rs Central And Air :

about'ran Into.45!It.TrooPir. mph' when the cow Heating Conditioning

K.G.Etherldgemade
no arrest for the accident at

301DRIVEIN Graham.Another accident Involving a- Completely Installed! I

different Mack truck occured
Monday ,January 17, In Stark \ "
leaving both occupants of the ::.
vehicle uninjured. :
.
:
Allan Coleman Groover, 24, :,.
Show Begins At Sundown of Newberry turned the Mack MOUE i
THAN
DOLLARS ARE NEEDEDWe
"
tractor: and a.trailer over ,...
FRI. SAT. JAN. 28 29 while turning off SR-16 onto have .. I
SR-225. come a long way since the little Red '. ::

The truck: Is owned by ,the School House was) the universal' seat of learning.We I

Mid-Florida' Trucking Corn- spend billions) on schools and equipment I f

estimated pany of Alachua.at$300 Damageewere for the tractor modern buildings in park-like surroundings;'! for ,. II I .:..
teachers bedecked with .
and $200 for the trailer. high-sounding, impressive ,45 '
John Lampp,::35 of Gainesville degrees) for school psychologists, counselors, ... I ::
wade the vehicle! when :::

I the not Injured.accident S.,P.BurnettchargedGroover happened but was nurses With and only other 6 per professional cent of the aides.world's population Here Is What You Get FREE ESTIMATES !i!

Trooper
with failure to have and about one-third of its developed resources, we
.
1 his vehicle!: ) under control Americans now invest annually in education almost 8O, OO BTU Carrier Furnace r

..JUNGLE fv as much as all other nations combined.In 9 Thermostat Controls #

vs.COMBAT CYCLE-GANG SKILLS the.past two decades, public school enrollment Seven Air Supply Ducts $1 11:

SAVAGERY! FLORIDATHEATRE neatly doubled but the number of echooi'employees( 0m Return Air Dud :;:

r tripled and financial support (in constant dollars) AH Labor And Materials :
rI
I increased 350 per cent. Yet many educators, be- e 2 1013(24,000( BTU) Air Conditioner : :. i,
moaning the plight of today's schools, claim lack !:

I of money is the root of the problem. Completely
BH[ colon J Installed i:

An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL H.lMM rr Out do vast expenditures alone automatically r
Showtime-Weekdays
."'I AM.MLnI( Pwturti.few 7:00 Furnance
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: guarantee a good education for our children? In a !' i
Gas Oil Or Electric
PLUS recent speech, Roger A. Freeman, a special assistantto .
.
SAT., SUN JAN. 29,. 30 President Nixon, cited evidence to the contrary. Locale Furnances Available :'. K:

O He quoted a survey by James.S. Coleman of Johns .

Look' who's gone Hopkins University which found that the. physical : 1i 1iI

DANANASILTN) and economic resources going into a school had very ..:.=.:.::
'
I
'c4LEON little relationship the achievements coming out f ;:.
.
.of it."


/ RVSCLL\ reading A detailed and arithmetic study of New achievement York City schools in some showed high- Central Heating Only A s Listed Above $795 : II


MAD DOGS&. expenditure schools was well below that in schools ry

with the 'lowest expenditures. The survey found :

ENGLISHMENSUN. .. little relationship between student achievement and We Service Alt Makes ;::::
r =: "M' ; :; -( .wl such factors as class size, condition of buildings, PHONE

[ f.-;. ...____.."__Mm. .._. + t WALT D1SHEY! teacher,, experience.: AIR CONDITIONING. I I EQUIPMENT ::::;:


., WON. JAN. 30, 31 tin The school must provide a good education for COMMERCIAL.I EESIDEKTIAL 9M-7701 mc:

the child,:Juet spending billions oft taxpayers money :c:::::

"Southern., Comforts" 1 'BAREFOOTEXECUTIVE is' no adequate substitute for tangible achievements. l".

AND We must resolve to find the right answer without CONVENIENT BANK FINANCING M

e sacrificing our children to the experimentalists but

{ TECHMICQUm rather by assuring them a sound education.As .
"Girl Smufjlers" e .

Aa.L $125' ,**- PLUS Mr. Freeman points out, the belief In the SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES ..1

'u' educational magic of the dollar dies hard, particularly

Xfotsd13 Yrs. Up .,KING.. OF. .. -THEGRIZZLIES'-. in legislative halls. It'. up to citizens every f.fr.

I.D.'s Required-No Chiton where to demand more education for the dollar 332 W.,Madbon.St.,. ______- .Phooe 9647701nne
'
:rather than more dollars i for education. -" ;;

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TRIM SPRAY It's' ,.JJU' .. ":=:
FLORIDA ".
:'

WILDLIFE ) j&tJ1ff!!



COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby by MARY LEE i

,With spring around the
corner there'll be more week- .
Dr. O.E. Frye, Jr. end outings ahead in the family ::
Director car, no doubt. But one > .
All-America/ scene you'll want to by-pass :.;:;..
GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSIONSpring Rose Stleaiont on those holidays is the auto ..:::

;; rl t ..... ... ...... .._.. repair shop. .
a. YIIIIN-After er./ei. j SPRAY n.all
.. ..... .._.., ...... ..... .
wt a.r.. MM.,frmttmm.. Ir. .... mmm M l d.t f So, now is the time to plan :
mnmm mil mmmm "' fcyfcrM flMllr mrmmmm mfmmt. Spray tto*
Is the time when (man and Is always present to llmitfwmmm. mmm .._1.'... .rmmmmmmm MIIr..IMI :,. mmrvmmmmlmg S.IIwith ahead, and have the car serv-
,_.......
nature begins to replenish her ;lend a helping hand, both in to wrtt to me"..._Thl.thorn make I. mrmvlmlmf It .I. .M* C to mmmf prVM C ...." .mm..* .II.M.U-v.r .* iced properly. Your check list
.. ....
...
own. Fields and forests that guarding the nest and In winter mrmtmrnUmm fit* mr* mttmmm dl..d !* ts mm* .eSC..I..a should.include:
caring f,.. --... ...-.... .,
appear barren In winter lor the goslings. ..'. th* wind. mmm ... .f wt..torPROTECTING THE COOLING SYS-
usually coma alive with the i Fishermen should know that TEM : Have the radiator
A '7, sight and sound of wildlife It's the male that does most of flushed and refilled with new
during the summer. nit the housekeeping In the bass ROSES :FOR THE WINTER coolant. Be sure all belts and
extermination\ .to recreate Is ,family. The male selects the hoses are replaced where
especially strong among certain :'homeslte and fans the bed. Roses. Ilkn people need extra. protection. It Is practiced In their necessary.
memhersof Florida's wild After the female deposits her protection during the winter. own extensive teat and display ENGINE: Have a tune-up
kingdom and this determination eggs It's the male that stays garden scattered throughout the If''' not done in the last year.
4 Is an Important factor In home and guards the nest.The 'Wherever temperature drop United States and they recom- Check the ignition system if
r; wildlife being able to meet the female may lay from one to ten below IS degrees, rose ahouid .mend of you procedure use the In same protectingyour euy.teps you have not had service within -
be given winter protection. All-
demands of the sportsmen. thousand with the
eggs, aver the six months.
Seed analysts check ,America Rose Selections, a group roses. past
peanut seed for germination, percentage maintain
Wildlife biologists age around five thousand. of When Is well hardened. BRAKES Unless are
that will professional rose growers growth : you
sprout and produce a plant under normal cultural
close watch during spring and after the first
and
hybridizer Introducer. of usually freezing sure of their condition it Is
to
conditions.Certified Deer
habits production depends, when the cold weather Is
summer on the family fine varieties have pooled their frost wise to have at least one
of both fish and game, as some degree, on the woodland vast combined experience to lay here to stay follow\ this rou-
successful .habitat, and females and good ,out a simple routine of winter tine: wheel removed for a visual
reproduction deer range often produce twins check of brake linings.
successful
Peanut Seed usually moans
STEERING TIRES,SUS-
after their first year while
failure hunting to and fishing.does Early not those on poor land or over- When the hang-tags on a garment usually a tricot fabric appliedby PENSION: Be concernedwith
reproduce 'crowded conditions generally read "home launder chemical adhesives. It wheel balance and alignment -
necessarily mean poor hunting produce single fawns. Florida only," does that imply that it helps the fabric to hold its the condition of your
Hard To Find This Year or fishing seem as to many follow wild a sloganof creatures fawns arrive throughout the should not be dry-cleaned shape. In sewing the bonded tires and shock absorbers,

"If at first: you don't succeed year with peaks from January Yes. It should not be com- knit fabric handles like firmly and any part that affects the
try, try again." through April In south Floridato mercially laundered or dry. woven fabric. steering of your car.LUBRICATION .
Certified peanut seed will The mold shows up when Meadows said there is a lot of With quail It's a matter: of August and September In cleaned. : Besides
be "hard to find" this year, seed analysts test for germi- work being done with peanut!, determination, and in the event .northwest Florida. What does "Professionally changing the oil, and filter,
according to Milton V. Mea-, nation by rolling 25 seeds up :i>ybca.k; :aid era i seed D'IVI bo- the first eggs are destroyed, -As-would expected, the What is a, bonded fabric clean only" mean on. a gar- this operation should include
dows, chief.of the Seed Lab in paper towels, wet the paper cause planting time is ap- the birds will continue to re- larger animals generally are A bonded fabric is face ment label" lubrication and a check for'
oratory of the Florida Depart-' and place the package In the proaching. Later in the summer nest until late In the summer much less prolific than the fabric backed by another fabric That means "do not use leaks, corroded parts of the
ment of Agriculture and Consumer germination chamber.least there will be a consider- or until they are successfulin smaller ones. to give added body and eelf-service dry-cleaning." exhaust system and loose
of the 23 seeds in the able amount of work on seedsof
Services. 11 out bringing off a brood. The stability. The backing is nuts and bolts.
must be approved for and in the fall on
package grasses
.
.. cock remains with the hen
Meadows' laboratory Is currently .lO- -- -- -aeM- --- -
the seed lot .to be certified. sweet corn and vegetables -
testing peanut seed Meadows, president this prior to the winter growing during Incubation, and shouldthe a ,
hen be prevented from ,
along with other agricultural year of the Association ofAmp.rlcan season in South Florida.
vegetable, forest and flower completing the Job the cock
seed sold in Florida and muchof Seed Control farmersto Offi- All of the Florida-produced will take over.the nesting as Denmark Furniture Co.
said he
cials, expects t tt
the peanut seed is found to have TfOUbl4'wlthcorltagatn) soybean seed this year failed well as raising the young. t
be moldy. of the the tests, Meadows said. The Reproduction with dove Is a
this because presence -
year lab is working on seed shippedIn continuing process, and while
"Over. 200 lots this month I of blight spores. from other states. the nest usually contains only t tt t
400 lots of seed
were denied certification, About corn Any.farmer can participatein two eggs, these hatch in about 'r .
Meadows said,"and since each wore inspected this month, ) 'u
the seed certification thirteen days and the young are '
lot represents 10,000poundsofseed Meadows) said, and all have gram, Meadows said. pro-Last ready to leave the nest in about = rL I t
this takes been of the normal, blight- t ( } 11"4v I ,
a good per- year there was 20,000 acres twelve days. As soon as, or r .
out of the seed resistant variety except one
centage mar
in the program, the mostever. sometimes even before the
of mixed normal!
sample cyto-
ket. Most of the seed is grown for young leave home, nesting :
Mea'ows( blames poor plasm. and Race T cytoplasmseed. sale but farmers do produce activity is resumed and the t WICKER FBLUE CHAIR'

weather conditions at harvest However, Meadows,said,"a some. for their own use. cycle continues until late in the SOFA AND MATCHING
time last year for the rejec- Because of the fees charged summer. t tt
lot of farmers will be planting
tion of the seed peanuts and second-generation hybrid seed the seed certification program Wild< turkeys are not listed t a.OINES 'fJ 1 Loose Pillow, Back Call, Spring Bat, Self Decked Arm
the determined, and if 95 CoversRef.
also considerable soybean will into more than pays its own way, among
and they probably run
seed. The weather was damp Meadows said. The total cost the first nesting Is not successful IASKETS
problems. Closa-Out t
for long periods (iat harvest The Seed Laboratory in the to the taxpayers for operation it's usually "to neck t $399.95 $339.95
,time and.the seed wasexposedto Division of Chemistry works of the entire seed laboratory with it" and try again next
Is about year On occasions a hen may 1 ONLY
conditions which program $60,000 per
encourage with seed samples taken by renest if the nest is destroyedvery MARBLE Whit., Gold or Frultwood Base t
I mold. the Division of Inspection year early in the year before 2-PC. SOFA lED SUITE :
Incubation is initiated. The 'lOP

I $1 Billion Legacy Will Help] FinanceThe i Health Services .. turkey gobbler is poor father m j ; Green Tweed S 95 t
and never assists with the 19
.
.
indigent in the community. ; CIGARETTE
Robert Wood Johnson lion is larB'er.The Rag. $129.95 Sob $93.00 ,
Nearly $15 million has been nesting or raising of the young.
Foundation of New Bruns- Foundation was established t
distributed. Ducks and are a determined -
wick, N. J.,. has become the, in 1936 by Johnson & Gustave O.Lienhard,presi. group geese, and If the first 1. ONLY 1 TAliES w Each ,-
second wealthiest in the coun Johnson, manufacturers of _
dent of the Foundation, nesting Is not successful they
try with the addition of $1 surgical dressings and toile- an- TWEED SWIVEL ROCKER 1 I IRag.
nounced that the Tax Reform will usually try again. With I tRUST SMiSOiilTE BRBDGE SETS
billion in securities from the tries,for the support of there \
Act of
1969 requires about ducks, the drake seldom as-
estate of its founder who local hospitals. The money .$45 million a year to be given sists with the nesting or CIO $rJII sWlfl" % Choice of Croon Ant. Whit. or Walnut Folding Tabl.
$69.95 ....7i 1 .
used for
died in January 1971. has been medical away. Grants will be made on raising the young. The gander, 6 and 4 Folding Chair t ,':
the Ford Foundation, dental, and nursing scholar-
Only a national basis in the field of however is more of a family ,
with assets of about $3 bil- ships and for the care of the health WALNUT R.,. 56.75 Sal $39.95

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\H g\ BOSE.S A L 'E' UAftI; ftVU I !!i} t ITArnIES $5 Each Spring Discontinued Ba... Fabric I Foart Jubbef cushions. Coll I I

:;:::{ GRAFTED FROM {;.;;. .

<|; :; DR. HUEY STOCK ;1;1 1I t 2. ONLY Re,. $259.95 Close-Ont $889.95 I
I :::::::::J f.::::::
REG LIVING SUITES
Some VarietiesInclude. 2-PC. ROOM HEAVY CALDWELL
;m'! ;1 f: t

I $3.49 each m Foam Cushion PECAN BEDROOM SUITE

>.':':' ........ Rag. $13995 Sad $109.85 Tripi. Dresser Chest on Chat Headboard, Drawer, .:
Kite Tabl.. I
NOW t
|; 1|1 BUSH OLflMBEMS r@1 1 ONLY SAVE 'IOO.OO ;

; <1 I ETT 5- PARTY GROW I
II TROPICANA Your Choice ForOnly < t R.,. $649.95 Now $549.95 !
m;:;r MR. LINCOLN WHITE AMERICAN BEAUTY Octagonal ToW.) and 4 chairs 18" extension, loaf :

P:: J.F. KENNEDY DON JUAN }':; .,
P; PEARL SUN VALLEY r | R.,. $259.95 Ckss-Qu. $259.951 **CI ,

li:.::: SONG OF PARIS CLIMBING PEACE' + ".49: :; LUGGAGE S
m:::; STERLING SILVER 'HEARTS DESIRE ;:;: I 2 ONLY t

;m::::: FORTY-NINER EACH 9:::::f: BQ131KE ELECTRIC iUNKEIS < SET Rae. 524.95 $1995
:m:::i: AND OTHERS :::::: ; t
'it 0' m R 9: | Do.bl.Bod Dual Control 4 BERNHARDTR8

I: lli m $19.95 (Lb ..Out $14.95 { PECAN BEDROOM SUITE t

:J Shade Trees Fruit Trees Flowering i Trees } IRON", RI' $1.98 Triple Dresser, Door Chest Headboard

Rag $499.95 CI -Out $439.95 II t

t;: REG. $2.49 2' TO 3'Citpe ; ; BOARD S $ 1CE.OSDOUT :04 ._

m 01;i ;: FIG 11&5 new -' e.cli I I.1.9 Myrtle $ 98 :OVER AND PAD SET 2-. ONLY : t '
m::::: ::::-F:: 7-K. D1NHETTE SUITES :
'

i CURTIS MAHAN- STUART 5' to 6' PINK, PURPLE, RED \: ; DISCONTINUED.Oval Table, 30 x 48 x 60, Bronzetone logs.Rat. I :
f..} t .
WHITE .; :
@ PECAN TIES - each 6.98 WHITE 2' to 3' E t :
(H9.95 Sale $99.95
::::: A :::: KING SIZE SPINDLE R.g. Sale>
:::: ALTHEA ::;::: t
::> FLOWERING - 5' to 6' C J HEADBOARD..69.95 39.95 LARGE WASTE' '
;
tf BASKETS
# 5 DRAWER CHEST(84.95( 56.65
V! : Fbvraring Crab Tree 3.98 Grapevines H r rN. t BACHELOR CHEST--------64.95 43.30 POLYETHYLENE t

.. ':':'.'
.
--------.44.95 29.95:
HUTCH----- SI eSU
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Tax Policies Friend are pleased r
PERSONALS such as distinguishing Instruments YOUR NEIGHBORS on SR 18, across from the thad had Welcome Senior Citizen group of WSCS members that Mr*. Bryant Reddish I* .w
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robinson etc.- Harmony and J. Paul Meece. his wife, firehouse Otis Waldron 22. written on It. The cake attended the Gainesville District recuperating at bomaftIJrl8Y- :
spent Sunday with Mrs. Robin- Form. Mr. Chapman then presented Farm leaders from eight Lori, and two daughter are of Hampton had a freak accident -, was a gift from Mr*. Rodrlgue Missionary Workshop at era! week fa! the .J t :: .
son's parents. Mr. and Mrs. a set of textbooks called North Florida oountteomertwltti some of Hampton' newest which resulted In his for the first meeting. the Methodist Clutch In Wellborn Also haWY to note that Mrs.
D. S. Alvarez near Starke. JSJhe Magic of Music" In whichhe three letfolators>> In Lab City; neighbors and newcomer failing 25 feet. Power line The next meeting will be on Wednesday of last week. Robert Lee 1 I. able to be at :
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Markey recommended that the PTA last WMk to discuss matters The Meeces moved here Au. were pulled down when he fell Thursday, afternoon, Feb. 3. After classes the refreshment home again after teetment ; :
of Brunswick, Ga. visited Mrs. ,purchase them and correspondIng omlnff II sadonn.February from Memplils. Tenn. but no one was Injured or hit from 2 to 4 p.m. All are committee served coffee, fruit the hosrftml. Friends are :,
Pearl Markey recently. records so that the teach- legislative wing several relatives and by them. Marshal Vaughn welcome young and old, a. all Jute and delicious cakes, and pleased to knoW that Eddie DyaI :
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grin- era could make music a dally with old friend In the area made pulled) the line out of the will someday, be Senior Citizen -' everyone enjoyed them with the 1* at home after ten day In :.
er of Jacksonville spent the subject. AttawOiv die meeting moving here more than a de way of oncoming traffic. *. sandwich they had brought. the bosDlta4 >
weekend of January 18 with Mrs. The PTA voted to spend $400 tile tarn leaders were) Sea light.\ The attraction of a The Florida Power and Light Attending from Lawtey were Ybitlthg Mn4 H. ;C,..Wain- >
Grlner's parental, Mr. and Mrs. In order to put this music pro- W. E. Bishop", and Representative small town coupled with their Company was summoned to INMATE PLEAS Mrs. H. C. Kelly Miss Arthur Wright over (the weekend were, ::-;
Guy Harrell. They also visited classroom for *. Gee Shaw and Wayne. ) Ins Blanchard Miss Ella Denise, .:.
gram In each desire to always live In an old make repairs to the powerlines. Roosevelt James, 28yearold her granddaughters, .
Mr. Crlner's parents Mr. and ;*oar children. Hollngsworth. house a* opposed to new one Ralford Prison Inmate Blanchard Mrs. T. L. Wain- Lisa and Cathie of Jackson- :.;

Mrs. Martin Gainer; In Lake ,, Mr. McKInney pointed outour Bradford they had always been accustomed Otis Waldron was taken to pleaded not guilty to first degree wrlght. Mr. Ernest Well, .
Butler. Library need: such as a film Foster SM Smith to, made the final decision the hospital for X-rays and murder charges when arraigned M.... Vernon Olin, and, Mr*. vI1iter. and Mrs. R. W. SaD :.;.;,
Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mrs. which would allow a subject County ttmbvrman, explained to and George Robert. Annie Stevens and !llttle
loop, pick up roots / examination. He was reported last week before Circuit : Mrs. .
Stella Lovely were visiting Mr. to be watched over andover the Farm Bureau policy eon.eenvlag tart anew very easy. In good health with no Judge George L.. PattenIn Johnny Mann, and Mrs. Donald
and Mrs. Guy Harrell and Rhonda Audio Visual Aids and property, taxes, wtdchsupports Although they have settled fractures, only receiving. few Lake HuGer The LawtayHomemakersheldtheir Fort of Jacksonville were visiting "
on Sunday, Jan. 16. Other books. The PTA oo tIDI ,"oftlle current regular at the C. Pearce on :;
some more on Hampton as their new home minor bruises. meeting M... .A. ". ,
recent guests of the Guy Har then voted to spend up to $300 agricultural assessment their first venture I In Florida James was Indicted las Nov- home of Mr. H. C. Wainwright Saturday. *
rell family were: Mrs. R. L. for such Library needs. Ja,,". .with only such changes took them to Venice. 'While CHURCH NEWS: ember 22 by a Union County on Thursday morning of last Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy! Moore :: .

Slaughter and Mrs. Newman After this It was brought up u wm close loopholes but there Mr. Meece franchised Several adults and young people grand Jury on charges of mur- week. Mrs. T. L, Walnwrlght and son, and Mr. and. Mrs.' .::-
Gore of Detroit, :Mich. that each teacher could use not exclude" the bona tide agriculturist. from and was a dealer for Gen and adults from Hampton dering another inmate, Paul gave the devotional and the Danny Thompson and 'ions of ::;

.extra Instruction Materials. eral Electric. He 1 Is currently Baptist Church enjoyed the Beachum. with a dagger the president, Mr. George Kelly Jacksonville were visiting Mr. .';:
NEW ARRIVALSgt. W. $150 was the amount approved employed with Sunland TrainIng Bob Jones University movie prison last July 5. presided over the business session. and Mrs. W. F. Moore during
Patrick thattheFarm
and Mrs. to be divided among, the five Smith explained Center. "Flame in the Wind" shownat Along with other business the weekend.Mr. .
Castlen of Bad Kreucnach< Ger- classrooms for these needs.A Bureau opposes any attemptsto While In Memphis, Mr.Meece the Civic Auditorium in James 'is also charged with they planned a dress review and Mrs. O. J. Anders
many Edward announce the birth of a spring entertainment night change the law significantly had beauty and barber shop Jacksonville Friday night. The assault with Intent to commit and style show for April attended die funeral of his nephew -
son, Leon on December was discussed but no decisionwas and especially opposes sane for many years, proving that attending murder on Ernest Lee Gria- 20. Miss Martha Sue McCain Arthur Stokes In Lake
20. Ed has a one year old oflf the plans brought forth which young persons wereiPhyllis son another
In
Inmate
reached.It his talents and accomplishments Griffin, Mike Henderson coo- presented theprogram.Follow- Butler on Wednesday.Mr. .
sister, Patricia Ann. Sgt.Cast was voted to change the would tmpoee tenyear"rollbacfc" are many and quite van Laurie and Randy Hicks nection with the slaying of ing adjournment the hostess and Mrs. E. W. Moot
len Is the son of Mrs. Joyce to the 4th of tarns, or one which Beachum. This case served of Atlanta
February meeting led. Mrs. Meece Is not without Donna Jean Keys, Otis Mel- was continued lunch. and three grandchildren
Stokes and he and his family Tues., Feb. 29, for that month would rexfdre' a tanner to signa mention In her own right, tor ton Arbutus Pearsall, Denise at the request of Assistant Ga. spent last weekend,
are former residents of Brook- ''only In order to give the stu- covenant guaranteeing that whe State Attorney Gene Whit- and sister-
while In Memphis was the Rahme and Gall Saxon. Mr. Those present were Mr..Er- with her brother
er. Congratulations to the happy 'dents more'time to prepare a thai land would stay In agricul creative director for an advertising and lure. Charles Hicks accompanied worth. nest Well. Mrs. Willie Dobbs. in-law. M... and Mrs.,, Sidney .'

family. music program. tare agency for 12 year.. the young people to Mrs. T. L. Wainwright", Mrs. Harbin, and family. .,,.
Mr. McKInney Introduced Mr. Lori Is not presently em- the event. Trial date In the Beachum J. H. Faulkner:, Mrs. D. A. Mr. and Mrs. J; B. Barber.
STORK SHOWER Casey who gave a talk on"Whatwe "If a recapture, tax Is an ployed but plan to return to murder will be set later.Three Jones, Mrs. O. J. BoyetL Mrs.H. announce the arrival of a son, /.
Mrs. Mary Frances Williams try to accomplish In educai eatable tax It should be Imposed school. Awaiting word from the SENIOR CITIZENS other Raiford Inmates entered C. Kelly Mrs. George Gregory Scott, on January 20. ,:
of Lake Butler and Mrs. Shir- i I lion In this County" the max- upon all the citizens" and school on when she may begin GROUP FORMEDIN guilty pleas on charge of escape Kelly, Miss Arthuiine Blanchard The maternal grandparents are _..
ley Commerford of Brooker imum development of each Individual not .Just the farmer, Smith the class she will, attend HAMPTONA or attempted escape and L Mrs.Harry Faulkner, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Phillips.
gave Mrs. Betty Robinson, formerly child. He expressed aid. will be In psychology. meeting was held Thursday were sentenced as fOllow.: Max Newport Miss.,Enza Sunday guests of Mr. and
of Brooker a surprise his appreciation to parents In The Meece'a have five child- Jan. 20, at the Hampton Blanchard, and Mrs. George Mrs. W. C. Phillips were her ,-,-
baby shower at the home of helping to reach this goal. Mr. Legislators were also urged ren, two of whom are still at City Hall to organize a Senior James David Bass, attempted Roberta. mother, Mrs. Marie McClellan ,;?'
Mr. and Mrs. John Commer- Casey mentioned the fact that to continue the fight against home Carla, 14, who attended Citizens Club. escape six month additional and her sisters.Mrs.. J. H. .t;,,?.,'
ford Monday night, Jan. 17. Brooker School has doubled In attempts to Increase the sales Bradford Middle School and Mr. Joe Kerrigan, presidento time. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Doss of Macc'enny and Mrs. :IF,
Mrs. Robinson was presentedwith enrollment since the tax on farm machinery from 3 f the Starke Club Mr. Carl .
1967 year Arneth 7, a first grader at ; Grace United Methodist Sunday Winifred Christian and children ::.>
a beautiful pink and blue that the new school built. to 4 per cent; or amendments Hoist House Chairman, and
was Hampton Elementary. Their George Earl Austin escape, School 9:45: Worship services of Ocala, and nephew Michael "C"
corsage. The hostesses used a complimented the PTA on to the sales tax law which would other children are: Jeoffrey M.... Ada Hoist also f rom one ;year extra time 11 ajn. and 7 p.m., MYF Larsen of Macclenny. ict,
pink and blue motif throughout the tremendous of the Impose a 4 per cent sales chubat the Starke Club were here to
(\ success their only son and oldest 6 pan, Prayer meeting Wednesday Miss Elizabeth Terry spent ".pt{
Joyed the evening. The and 20 refreshment.guests en- Halloween Carnival and the cooperation tax: on agricultural..... 25, who live In Memphis help organize the Hampton Club. Paul Richard Wright < 7 p.m., Choir practice Wednesday to Friday, with, Mrs.C. .
games lend Mr. Kerrigan spoke to the escape, '
and It
: support Martha 21. also of Memphis, ;
6p.ro. In )
Pink or blue Iced cake squares .. Support was also expressed of Senior one year extra time E.Strickland Gainesville.
about the
the' school. The need for a but who l plan to Join them In group purpose '.'
and Mrs. George L. Shu-
along with pink punch were covered walk-way from the for continued planning and construction March and Lori Jr. qtrs. Citizen Club, and also gave Church of God: Sunday. School Mr. .".'
served to the guest, ( school to the cafeteria wa of a Collage of Veterinary Charles; Palm) of betroft, a brief report on hi* trip to Carlton L. V.mes.34.reversed 10 ajn., Worship services II and ford .and Mrs.children Philip visited Shuford Mr.In

brought to Mr. Casey's attention Medicine at the UraVerUy Mich. the White House Conference on an earlier plea and pled a.m. and : p.m.,Family nIatIt last weekend and ',
MARCH OF DIMES He agreed to meet with of Florida. In my opinion 1.by meeting aging. There was a question guilty to unlawful possession of' Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mrs.Belleglade John Shuford who, was .'--.<
Mrs. Linda Robinson announ- acommittee, to discuss this) this family will enrich ;yougreatly. and answer session and general a firearm by a convicted fe- r-*
ces that she walked her 10 need and hopefully work out a Attending the meeting wen discussion Ion last September 28. The Highland Baptist: Sunday, visiting there returned home
miles In Starke last Saturday.Her solution to It. repreesotattTes of the Nassau Songs were sung by the gruop court ordered a pre-aentence School 9:45 Worship services, with them. Blanchard and ."
March of Dimes walk was PRAYER LISTS Mrs. George Clay: Bradford, Snwanne Hamilton MAN FALLS 25 FEET and then all had cake and cof Investigation before passing U sun. and 6:30: p.m.. Prayer Miss Ems ."
for $148 pledged to her for Lovelace, Morris Dyal Mrs. Baker Udo and Columbia WITH MINOR INJURY fee. Mrs. Charlene Rodriguez Judgement. meeting Wednesday 7 pun. fol- Miss Arthurine' Blanchardwere ,, "I".
visiting: Mrs. W. J. Harrell In
this In addition
worthy cause. towed choir
by practice.
to this she has collected $30 Warren Mizelle. County Farm Bureau. While helping to trim tree baked and decorated a cake ,Jacksonville on Friday.
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total of $178. $100() of this was ::.

from Starke.Brooker and $78 from 4 TAX "..."''

Brooker wishes to thank Linda .;:
for all her time and efforts In
making this drive such a success FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKS OF FLORIDA INC
In this area. w ,
Anyone wishing to purchase :;.:;1: 4. .
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tickets Good for Man the Charlie play Brown"You'reA ," \ : ..\- AND SUBSIDIARY BANKS ,.

contact Linda Robinson at 485- ,.
4621. NEVER FILE A ., ,-
This play will be presentedat TAX RETURN AGAIN Consolidated Statement of Condition .
the Starke Elementary school l ,. "C'l ,; ,. ,, '..' ', :; a
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cafetorlum Friday. Sat.and Sun ,.Would '011.Ilk. to Ignote.theAptU !!\ ::.. ,'. : .... J "r.: rLagav December 31 1971 / .. .
Jan 28, 29. 30. On) Friday and Uth" deadline rClI---I.: .Sftftf : ; '.t-; ... a ': *. j'rN.c .' 1'\I\ t\\n f :,;:" J:,,,\ ''t ..i
Saturday-nights dinner will be Income lax returns? J ....m Roe Do vutPi' xw."- (Unaudlteel .. '. .: ,.
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served at 7 ., An4. according i" I; '.i. j '. \ ..r OIl. ,A
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cateredtime to H A R BlockAmerlc.'sLagestTax :. ',1
the Inn.p.m.
Holiday .
Service many Americans: .
will be $30.(: On Sunday< lunch who in previous years lied to worry "
will, be at 12:30: p.m. with a their way through the last few days RESOURCES LIABILITIES
matinee following. The ticket of the tax filing season may no
price of$4 per person' Includes ''Sax!longer be required to file an Income Cash and Due from Banks $ 205,347,227.94 Demand Deposits $ 540,350,091.29 i
both the meal and the play. return.
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All proceeds will go to the The reason? The 1969 Ta* Investment Securities: Time Deposits 443610323.58
Kcform
March of Dimes. Act whkh brought about U. S. Government
Obligations 141552658.36 Total Deposits 983,960,414.87
(he most fat-reaching changes In our

PI'AMEETINGOn Federal has. changed tax laws many in of recent the years.basic U. S. Government Agency Obligations 3045000.00 Federal Funds Purchased and Securities

Tuesday night Jan. 18, 'roqulrementa for filing a tax return. Florida County &Municipal Bonds 80308951.66 Sold Under Repurchase Agreement 37,950,000.00 :
the Brooker Elementary School ,,v .la. prior years, anyone who had
Other State & Bonds
,.S60O or more gross tax.blelncome Municipal 148150688.97 Provisions for Taxes, Interest etc. 2,280,809.02
held Its: monthly ETA meetIng SITOO 1 if 65 or over) was required Federal Reserve Bank Stock 2,731,500.00 Interest and Income Collected-Not Earned 10,978,653.85 ;j.I 1 f
with two guest speaker ; to file a tax return, even if it was I
present William Chapman our t( known that there would be no tax Other Securities 30,479,476.76 Other. Liabilities 344547.32 1

visiting music teacher and Tom Uibility. Federal Funds Sold and Securities Purchased. :.
Casey Superintendent of 1< .Co\;:Under the new law, If you an a Total Liabilities 1035514425.06 )
School single person you do not have to Under Resale Agreement 145,210,000.00 :
Reserve for Losses Loans
file a tax return If your gross income on 5782914.56
Mr. Chapman gave a presen- :
is \lets than $1700 If Loans 366893529.64
; you are single
tation music In on education.the Importance Music Involves of- a and married over 63,couple the amount filing is Jointly S2300,; Bank Premises & Equipment (Net) 31,983,857.54 Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 1429682.37 :

learning from the various $2300; a married couple with one Other Real Estate Owned 787,042.96 Capital Accounts: ; i
subject areas: such as spouse over 65, $2900; and a Common Stock; par value $12.50
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Science, Math Social Studies, married couple with both over 63, Interest and Income Earned :
etc. The Music teachers have $3500. Not Collected 7792646.72 Authorized 12,000,000 : i
together and set a Some of the rule still prevail, :
planned
up '' 'riowever. Outstandfng.9,359,992 116,999,900.00 .'
standardized program In the If you hive self-employ Other Resources 899.824.71 :, I
County. The five following Basic anent income of $400 or more,you Retained Earnings 8826400.21 :. I
'I must file a return in order to pay Total Resources 0' $1,165182405.26 ,4
Elements of Music taughtIn your self-employment (Social Security ':.:I ": Excess of Par Value of Stock Issued over : I
all Schools In the Countyare )tax.f If you are a married person
: Rhythm, Melody, Timbre- filing separately, you must file a .f" '>.' Underlying Equity in Subsidiary Banks 3370916.94( ) .: i
which recognizing. sounds >vteturn if your gross taxable income Total Capital Accounts '
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/exceeds 5600.PERFORMANCES 122455383.27 i; ,

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OFFICERS DIRECTORS CHARLES H. DOLSON FRED H. KENT ALLEN H. NEUHARTH w. c. SMITHy
Chairman, Kent, Durden and Kent President Immediate Paet Chairman :.
( CHAUNCEY W. LEVER ARTHUR M. ANDERSON Executive Committee Attorneys Gannett Company (Inc. Standard Oil Company
President President Delta Air Lines Inc. Rochester, New York ol Kentucky :r
Florida National Bank Atlanta Georgia CHAUNCEY W. LEVER Lou/avH/e./ / K.ntucky ::
ALLEN H. NEUHARTH ?, si Patarabura' .sld.nl. ALTON OCHSNEROcnaner 01
Vice President RICHARD E. EHLIS Florida National Banka Clinic and Ochanar WILLIAM C. SWAIN .
I R. HUGH DANIEL President of Florida./ Inc. Foundation/ Hospital President :
CHARLES B. NORTON Chairman Treasurer Florida National Bank New Orlaani.' Louisiana/ Florida National' Bank ..
Secretary, D.International/ / / / Corporation at Lakeland/ JOHN H. MANRV IB. at' Coral' Gables :
JAMES A RHODES .
fl/rmlnBh.m./ Alabama
I ROBERT F. STAMP O. P. HEWITT JR. Florida National Bank i Trust Former Governor of' Ohio STANLEY A. TAYLOR :
Treasurer HARRY A. deBUTTS President Company at Miami Columbus Ohio President' r
Former President Florida National Bank I '! Florida Bank i Truer ::
ROBERT M. ULSCH
Southern / Orlando JAMES C ROBINSON ID. Company Bach
Comptroller end Railway/ Company ( a :' pr.ald.nt' Daytona

A / 1 / A.alatant Secretary Uppa' .. Virginia/ / I Florida First /National/ Bank !rat :
Panaacola/ ,

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I THURI.1130 PM e FRI. 4l1S ft ISIS PM .
SAT. 10130. AM 2i30 ft Stir PM SUN. 2i30 ft lIDO PM
FLORIDA. NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT OCALA FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT BRENT :

.. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK A TRUST COMPANY AT MIAMI FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT KEY WEST FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT MADISON '
sees.- SAVE $1 I ON KIDS UNDER 12

$S.oo T..hwk..d-$a.oo.sOG: r, FRI' MAT.& SAT MORN. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT VERO BEACH':' FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PERRY 't' l

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT BARTOW ..' FLORIDA NOHTH3IDE BANK OF IACKSONVILU' I
TICK ITS ON 1ALS AT COUJIUM SOX:OFFICI HIMMMO: PACK
TICK IT O*HCt 4.CIVIC AUMTOawM 354-le..... FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT PENSACOLA FLORIDA BANK AT DELAND .'; FLORIDA BANK AT STARK ,
.fO'TICKIT MFOejMAtMM CALL
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT CORAL GABLES FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT ARLINGTON .., FLORIDA BANK AT CHIPLCY II :
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'f TRUST CO. AT DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT FERNANDINA BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT OPA-LOCKA jo .
C.a..rm u.wwn.510,300 W.* CIRCUS Wmlm SI. w.:wajt': 'aw a1! cr..I0'...__a.le.a : FLORIDA BANK ., FLORIDA i -
....._......,...11301 '>( ''fI'J' TN..nL a TlMNtFM.ni.4 FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT LAKELAND FLORIDA; NATIONAL BANK AT LAKE SHORE FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST. JOE I i :
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a, .:.If Ch.e.r. Ma.. 1.t-- tAT.res.n ttitt: FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT GAINESVILLE FLORIDA BANK AT FORT PIERCE FLORIDA BANK AT BUSHNELL 4ea.p t '
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Nets< re Quencher IA I
Farm Leader Affirms .
a

Sound Fiscal Policy fire extinguishing sub FE 1301 interferes with DuPont Company, 'while

Roger Fleming secretary- stance called Freon 1301 is the combustion process itself. eli,htly higher! concentrations
treasurer of the American being marketed to put out Low concentrations Immedi- prevent further burn- I

Farm Bureau Federation, fires where water can cause ately extinguish flames, according J Ing1.or explosion.
said that President Richard irreplaceable damage. to the maker the

Nixon had "no choice but to
take drastic action" when he
invoked economic controls
SLADIES
last August.

"We are reaping the h..r-
vest of the seeds sown over
the years by the 'big spend
ers' in the executive branchof Clearance
government and in the Heating
Congress,"Fleming asserted.
Fleming contrasted the
farm organization's position
with that of "many economic
groups in this country that SALE2OOF
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imaginable
support practically every -
fi NF- proposal to enlargethe
role of our national !gov
ernment."
I
"Have you ever noticed,"
he asked, "that these same

Ugliest Man On CampusWhich groups practically never sup
port cuts in federal expendi-
tures except expendituresvital
one of th... beauties will be voted "U II. Crews. to the security of the
man on Campus 7 First row (l-r) Tommy Reddish, Contestants not In the picture or. Wayne Testene, United States?"
Paul Parson, and Eddie Hasen. S.cond row Levy Letinon.. and Coach Roland Henderson. '
Richard, Roberts, Cray Flynn, Brad Carter, and Tim Arm Girls Compele
In LCCC Contest
The newly formed Fellowship
WlAA.: rJ mcyt tAA AAP.o.cm. .3 es
of Christian Athletes Huddleat NEW BOOKS AT THE LIBRARYADULT Miss Cindy Lawsonof Raiford
BBS will be sponsoring an and Miss Eleanor Lee Starke
I Ugliest Man "on CampusUMOC \ were contestants In the annual

( ) contest Feb.!'"',I through FICTION eyj>:; Farewell, My Slightly tory And Folklore (Kellner);; Miss LCCC Contest at Lake
rM. Fly Away Home (Tlndall); Tarnished Hero (Corleyi) The Justice Denied(DownIe)?Here's City; Community lle e this
'
Death In A Sunny Place Lock- Ireland (MacMahon) Incredible week. Miss Lawson was sponsored -
d'Arthez Case .
(Nossack ;
Group.
)
A person vote by donating ridge)[ The Wandering Prince ; by the Student Govern-
money to' the huddle. To vote (Plaldy* Listen For The Whisperer Feast And Odd Hobbles
just place a donation Incontestant' your (Whitney); The Gremlin's Fame And The Pleasures Of Carmichael; by Phi Theta Kappa fraternity.out .
container. Con- Sence (Black);; Deadfall Lau- Teaching Your Child To Learn
Grampa (Pll ) The
talners will be placed at various Peaceable e ; mer); Marianne And The (Arnold):; The Defense Never
Kingdom Hsrtog)
Masked Prince (Benzonl) An Rests Bailey: No Victory Parades ,
point on the BUS cam- The Senator' Ransom (Bernstein ; j\B8iB'\ 1a"i..m
The contestant who ral- ) The Of The Honest 'Woman (DunphyX The Politer); The CJungle Being A Millionaire (Cannel
Night Party
'pus. ; ; = -
Blue Messiah Hora3 (Griffin* Herbs (Webster
lea the most money will be (Conway); Arkansas AdlosRaucJO $; The ): Barman's Official Guide !
The Art Of Wine
,, Stones Cry Out Hornman( );; V. ); Making
UMOC. u ( Children You To Cruise
declared : ; : Are (Anderson> Law For Everyone Ships (Harman);Who
P. (Merlls
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'NOTICE' TO BIDDERS court hoot door on the first day thru Friday. certificate or eerttfleatM win pa,
NOTICE OF INTENT that Monday ,1II'NodI: Ht a/eao" City of Keyatone Regina be sold to the highest bidder
TO SEEK LOCAL LEGISLATION Notice Is hereby given /./ court bowse door on the By ElimaWth Clreim Walker
sealed bids will l be receivedby ry, 1972, which to the Tth d.yDa YkileeHoner at the Monday In Month of February ..
Board of Bradford I'Ua11. 1972. first ""' ;
the School GIRL SCOUTS
To I ALL CITIZENS" TAXPAYERS County Florida, at the .... Oils 3rd day of Jan- 1/20 2t 1/27 1972. which te the 7th The Girl Scouts In this area AFELLOWSlPHOUR Greater Allen Cbape1'AM.E.'
AND OTHER INTERESTED 1972.OTJBERT. day of February 1972.' C. E.Jenkins ftss-
Rev.
'uary. Church
Superintendent A
office of the Fellowship Organization '
afoot for cook
be orders
of December will taking '
'
BROWN Dattdilia\ day "
PARTIES S.
schedule.
OF APPUCAUXXT service (
NOTICE tor
Post Office Drawer 939.Same with them has been organised and tint
ies. Please cooperate
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida, until 0:00: p.m.l Fri Clerk of Circuit Court of FOR TAX USED 1971GQ.bERT S. BROWN by giving them an order or'two. meeting will be held on the Sunday services' will beginwith I
that application will be madeto for the Bradford Cotmfcr, Florida IS HEREBY OVEN I
NOTICE ; In at at'10
day February 4. .1972. fourth Sunday February Sunday School ajno.
It is for good cause.
Circuit Court of a
the 1972 Session of the Florida Beulah M. Moody IXC. Clerk of
construction of: VgB4yti that taint Rows the bolder Florida .Greater Alien Chapel A.M.E. Missionary Union wdl 'be" held i
Legislature for an Act amending Bradford Middle School Ad- 1/37 certificates ha Bradford County; Church. The is invited & GU-
Chapter 61-1636, Laws M the following Banish M. Moody, D.C. DEATH NOTICE public at H a.m. with "Ref. ::3.

of Florida, 1961 relating to the dition Stators, Florida, filed said certffleatss for a h/e 4t 1/27 Mrs. Maybell Powtlt, a eitt- to attend. yard delivering the ;Message.
and theBradford ten of Sharks and Bradford This will conclude the servicesfor
Small Claims Court of Brad School Addition tax deed to be Issued there Greater Bethlehem Freewill
ford County, Florida, Increasing High FOR LEASE on. The certificate numbers County, passed away Sunday the day. ,:
the jurisdictional limits of Starke, Florida. The City of Keystone Heights and of Issuance the description January 23, In Shands Teaching Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
yews
that Court from 1400.00 to at which time bids will be has svallaile for Jesse 120 ainQN of the property and the CIa' 1i m&'zcrf Ho.spar In Gainesville.Funeralarrangements Williams pastor. Services will e eAO
and read a-
publicly opened Coastal Bermuda May were Incomplete begin with Sunday, Sc!>oolat9:30 '
of.costs flw In which It
exclusive names
$1,500.00, loud. Any bid received after This was assessed Moraine service at 11 sun. we kaow stout turbulence
and Interest, and attorney fees. Keystone Airport. are as follows at press time.CHURCH that It Is
the time and date specified Sunday; II Educational Dey. The and airliners It
land can be leased for a perled
BE GOVERNED AC- Certificate No. 53 Yew
PLEASE of
be considered. track en the rail-
herein will not Community; Chorus of St. like rough
of fire year less one day. NEWS
CORDINGLY. Issuance: 1959: Description ofPropel'ftb
Plans, specifications, and Sealed bids will be accepted ; Lot 3 Bft :2 In Lt Ebeneser Baptist Church Rer. Augustine 'wfll reader a program l'Oa41. It always cemet along

Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk contract documents may be examined by the City at their Regular ; Leroy Davis, pastor. Services at 3 pjn. Juit as your coffesJa",being
Don
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of
office
Board of County Commissioners ( at A.the I. A. Architect Council meeting February 8th, Name in which assessed.. Wflhelmenla will not be held Sunday. The The Ladles Circle will meet poured. d,
Morgan ,' 1972 until 8:00 O'clock P. M.. Brooks' 44 Fifth' Sunday Union will be in at Mrs. Allen's 4.4 .'
Bradford County Florida Post Office Box 987, Green at which time they will be AU of said session at Aatioch Baptist Thursday night
properly;: Band will i
The -
bom Prayer bar
Th Bit O Erin grill
Cove Springs Florida 32043 opened. The City reserve the Seats take ad. Church
; ; In the County of Bradford, MIl's so difficult to starting Friday right home.Ushers .
at Mrs.Covtngton's "
meet law mod addition to it
the Associated General Contractors' right to refuse any; and all at 7 Jan. 28-30. The Youth a rare *
1 tc. 1/27 of Florida. vine from some people-they p.m. Board No. 1 will sell
few cola: AU diictutioni of
Plan Boom Jacksonville If further Information Is
bids. Hour will be held Saturday at
Unless such certificates shall themselves.
need It so badly dinners from the kitchen Saturday the situation, PUttr mat beconducted
Florida; F. W. Dodge required call City hail between be redeemed according to law 4 p.m. AU Youth are Invited
Plan Boom Jacksonville and 1:00 P.M. Mon and Sunday. in ,the parking lot.
CALL FOR BIDS Corporation vuu: A.M. the property;: described such :to attend.
Florida, and the n.,
The Board of County Commissioners torn Beach Builders'Exchange

of Bradford County Daytona Beach Florida.
Florida will receive sealed bids
Flans and specifications maybe
to be opened at 10:00 A.M.
obtained as follows .
on the morning of February 7th ENERAL CONTRACTORS t
1972 In the County Commissioners *
$: Upon receipt of $40.00 0I
room In the courthouse two sets of plans and specifications

foe the following: for this project will
This bid will be for the year be, forwarded collect. It plans I
February 7th and ending -
beginning
and specifications are returned
January 31, 1973. In.good condition within ten :.
This bid will be considered after receipt of bids, the

as a package bid. fill\! deposit will be r.Amded.B. \ 14
Gasoline not less
1. Regular DOLLAR
SUBCONTRACTORS.,, AY
than 94 Octane.: VENDORS\: etc.: Upon receipt:
2. Diesel Fuel #2
of $40.00 one set of plans
Lots In .l
3. Motor Oil. Case and specifications will be forwarded -
24 quart cans and 58 gallon
collect. It plans am
drums. Motor Oil will meetAl'I I .
specifications are returned In :
DS
Service Classifications good condition within ten days
Available In SAE Grades 10 W 20.00onehalf
after receipt of bids $
thru 40 W. This oU Is to meet of the deposit)) win

requirements under service of engines classifications rating be C GATE' SHEETS Se- alms.m [ 1 1

D. S. This oil Is to meet P tate sheets/pages of drawings __ I -
tagli'' A-C Plugs
requirements for Military specifications and/or specifications may\ _.. Eagle Spray Starch Spark
M I L-L45199: forhigh

output diesel engine crankcase ,d'Drawings e' obtained:as follows$'.50 per' sheet.Specifications .p.hr2. No dampening" n.c.tMry, just .Sliced or Crashed. C.t I lattor, ond be,.., got
oU. It shall also meet ', scorch milooo. with than AC -
and Iron. Won
the Manufacturer's recommendations : J3 per'". .IP or spray fttick Silicon. odd.d ,for Pineapple Dolco spark plugs mad.h .
for series 3 lubrica NOTE ALL requests' for plans boning awl) N.I W,. 20 Oi. '. Delicious and frooh astin5 by Gnrol Motor ''ne.'iAR' .
and specifications, separate h P..d In h..vy 'y'up 200.. '

tion.4. Motor Oil In case lots. sheets of drawings, and separate t I I I saw 33% say. 277.

and 55 gallon page of specifications shall / t 1
24 drums quart to cans meet API service be'mads' through the office of IlitU PINEAOPLI 1J Dal

M M MS 4 DG avail the-Architect.: =- :
class : ..... "
Eau bid submitted shall be '
40W .
able SAE Grade, 10W thru
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accompanied by a adder'sFhck c: _
and specifications -
LL214A. or bid bond in the a- _
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of five of the _
mount percent
90
5. All oil. Grade
purpose lclIIU'Ib1e to the School Board 12" X 18"
and 140, :5 gallon and 55 gallon Of Radford County Florida. Gold (Eagle Eagle Quilted
drum. Gear lubricate must King Size
ServinfTrays :
shall be licensed
meet M I L-L 2105 Specifi Surety; company Garment BagsFullUngih
Motor Oil 10 W 30
cation. to do business In the '! TV Trays
state of Florida and shall be ipp.rtl! t
In 35 .,ud.. ,
6. Multi-purpose grease Mode from 100 virgin w'.atypull
Ib containers and 120 Ib con listed by the United States Multl."I.eo.ily, lioh.d.'o.n' Ouill.d plo.rle d.- r Practical and bauti- Sturdy lightweighttray
tainers. Treasury Department. heavy duty motor 0.1.'u'. troy ,mad of table, with

7. All #2 fuel and kerosene) 1/20 3t 2/3 1 QUART Sava 197. Save 33% r !, r 'w'p..dfMbo.d. acqutrad 'linlih. Sava 357. Colorful 5 8"'brass decorator I legs. swa147.

to be supplied to the courthouse .
Agriculture Complex la.The Circuit: Court of Florida. ::>'.III :.. :r I design tops. III

Health Clinic and County; JslU .' Etehth JudtetaL ......- ,.
The successful bidder will purchase In and For Bradford County; r.. nun

from the present supplier Florida. Case No.

all underground equipment IN RE The Marriage of

at major oil company Marvin Ray Teal Husband, and Men's Nylon Men's CottonHandkerchiefs Girls' Pant Tops

prices. Cathy Lynn: Teel., Wife., I Famous Maker Ladies' Sneakers
Board the Stretch Socks :
The reserves right d. NOTICE OF ACTION FOR

to reject any or all bids DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Long tl...*., turtle, nock Whit or Block canvot.
Brown aq> FI.'q..al".I00"" nylon. tylmg, In 100. cotton Cushioned InnvrtoU and
/sGilberts.. State of
Clerk m the name of the A tort.d color, A many White cotton. Full taw( I knit. Attorlwd color ip., on.tkid, solo. Snot :5 10
flrite. deigns' to choott* from. Hommod odgt*. Collo- ,and) jacquard doslgnt.
(Seal) Respondent In the phontl poe oo. of 10. 5.0.. 7 to 14.

1/20 2t 1/27 above-named cause,Cathy Lynn sew. 15% Save 37% for. 32%

Teal., whose residence is 617
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NOTICE Spring Street, Apartment *4., IPIff'\I':\
Del Texas 78840 s ((1 i 1vuu
PUBLIC HEARINGTo Rio. 1
'' nodded that 1 ... '
be )held at the City; Hall. You are hereby ha./ ph J

Starke, Florida, February L ad action for Dissolution of the )

1972 at 6:30: P.M. Bonds of Marriage between the vsssl s.
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Petitioner or lhaithbai4 Marvin ei.as. ere

A Public Hearing will be heard Ray T..!. end Teel bas : .. i Ladies'Acrylic ,%: I OUS lt.owr, Eagle
for the following purposes 8rCathy; Lym d

Rezonlng from Residential to ''been tiled against :you as Respondent / M Table Radios
CommercialThe by Marvin Ray T.... I I
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following described land: as' Petitioner, in the above- t I ladies' Cardigans 1 Walnut raraabin.rn{ '.
f '' .
That Portion of land belonging styled Court and cause and you fl 8 OgI11Il 'lnttant' on" sound.
; Advanced tupcrho
1i
to Mr. Dewey Davis West of 'are required' to file your derehse l Dusters .ii: y r Full foihlon.dLong sl.ovtt. I ,rtrodyno emeultq' ,

State Road 200 anti US 301 or answer' to the Petition ; 1 I 65% colyetler. ,r I ? I, Covered buttons 4'4't I

not now zoned as Commercial as filed therein with the I' 3y.cotton aA"fl/n1 1awl g acabl.ttirch.d Sawamat
which lies directly Westof Clerk of the Circuit Court Inland f Embroidery / rant design.iie .0: .. (
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Bradford Motel as the same I for Bradford County M Briefs I I & TshirtsFull t J 1 collar/ l.ke. i!J |{ > 36 to 42 II T7108 .1
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Satin {
; Courthouse, Starke, Florida cut, rop.dr.ek" t ihoulderi.Briefi .. trim&" tie. fay' 1.49 _ r ,,
Arlaartii l '"
will be heard at :32091. and serve a cos on have elofttic waistband 6 Full cut and

this time. the Petitioner's attorney. Bar- remforc.d' leg bandt. MU& XL t comfortable.Short' tare
City ot Starke, ton T. Douglas.$ North'Main .1...... .... / Men's Leather -
emI
Board of Adjustments (Street; P.I O. Drawer 1228. 5.eSML'Po..I.alor.{ Eagle( (:,.:-.O'': I f Men'sBetter Loafers

John A. Torode, ChairmanBy 'Gainesville, Florida 32901, on Anti I.Freers Palos

: /s/ Merrill Edwards or, before the Slat day of February f..30. save 327. Protection ogam'frjo" <.upt I Value' ta 7.
City Clerk 1972; and If you taU rust & cor'ollon. A mutt 'for Vide range of,sty let, Hand.
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1/20 2t V27NOTICE ,to:; do so. a Default will betaken va ED air conditioned. cart, provonttoverheating. 'Snei foorics S,and M, (.01..1 XL. Cordovan pawn vamp.. c',
or
/ against you for the re- S.y. 197:; Save 2371 black SixesSta [;'
APPLICATION demanded In the "Petition s
OF ,lust 1 GALLON 12
TAX DEED (band thereafter said cause shallIpaviceed.x _
FOR l ?
2Af .
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parts t a ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN / -iiv r 1.f IIiM
that Robert Scott the holder of ',,.WITNESS my hand and seal I : ..v .

the following certificates has of, said Court this 13th day of

filed said certificates for a *January.' .A. D., 1972 at Starts

tax deed to be Issued there 'Florida. ?
''Wbert S. Brown Boys Flannel w
on. The certificate numbers trG Listerine e

and years of Issuance, the ds- ,A. Clerk of Said Court Pajamas

scrlption of the property and .,* >: Ueulah M. Moony a Antiseptic Rita..
w9r
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the names In which It was assessed ""M Deputy Clerk 10 2 0 and prmtt.o-16 colors 32 Os. LimitAlSMt.d 2Girls' ..
are as follows: &; 20 4t
Certificate No. 28 Year of '
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; ;NOTICE OF APPLICATIONtt '
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Issuance 1968.Description.
of Property: WSO' ;, FOR TAX DEED ; 4' 4 a .
_
B HEREBY GIVEN,
J4OTICE Dresses __
of W ISO of W 1/2 of '
that Robert Scott the bolder ;;
Eft 44LawtoyEofRy lot the following certificates has M -r 1 Excedrin Tablets
Name In which assessed Mid

State Homes filed'tax deed said to certificates be Issued thereon.for a A suprimo{ stretch. Men's Leather > 36's. Limit 2 (WExcedr-ln'
All of said property being knit, styled. by
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and 40 Hour y
In the County of Bradford State !TIle certifies numbers Brodl.y.tt.. 100' % Work Shoes In
of Florida yean of Issuance, the description Alarm Clocks Nylon.cemplttely' u r@ :I
of the property. and the usa.hine washable Oil resistont soles. Men'sDriss
Unless such certificate or :names fat which it was assessedtaeu Single key windstime Drys In s |If', 'Y. linilh.,
certificates shall be redeemed $i) follows and slim. Mock turtls I neckUna Ssesa.ait.. 1 10.' Parts Prlstien
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Laud. bell alarm.I
,
according to law the property long sleeves
described In such certificate J issuance";'Certificate 1969.No. 3, .Year of Ivory plastic.{ & self belt I sty Una.: faw137. NatlonollySold'. 1Assarodtolorful Feminine Hygiene

nr" cerOacuws. will be 1014 10.00 si Pair
y a
Description of Property stripe*. Slue{ 7 44 Deodorant Spray
the highest maser at me Wide variety offabrlcs.tstyles. are J
ew
Com fat N. Line A Ebr R/W
court house door on the first ... 32" S..,. 33% 2.! Oxz. Limit
of S. C. L, RR. S. Par. to II\ISIW\ t I Irr
Monday la Month of February RR 105 Ft for FOB S 10S ft. I.

1972. which Is the Tth day of fil! m S. Line BBc 87- 325 '< ? ) 3 EW @J UI WI

February 1972. Fe N Par .to RR 105 Ft W. uI''I

Dated this 30th day ,of. December Cft) POD. '
I 1971GILbERT qu", Name in which assessed U,.

S. BROWN .B'Bonding! ... Co. 1 1D
Clerk 01'ClrcuJt.,Court of "All;: of said property' being

Bradford County. DEC 0l,1 the County of Bradford.State
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By Beulsh.. >o I Florida. .( i
1/84t1/27 p I* Unless such certificate or eo, i>
ill '".' T11'AX.; ? "W'l '
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'esrtfflcstos shall be redeemedAccording l.x.1-0 lk1st VMir-Mr*
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i to law the property'
CLASP ENVELOPES all
1 described m such certificate
sizes.Bradford County Tele-
certificates will be sold tACKI
or SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY
RIGHTS SISIRVfO -
R gr'aph. .11.te the highest bidder at the -


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