Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03876
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven .r.> I"' ,'

Vol. 94 STARKE, FLOI JI\,, 150 .

No. 23 Thursday, January 4, 1973 Copy

Court System Temple TakesLeadership

give Aired By Despite up t ; i hl"1 S System Of

fees and
paying Jail

the Bradford Council Starke Shuffles Staff


haps finally,
oeed with _

ned All ran smoothlyas

its mayor's I J.C. Poppell, Now 96 I Bradford's new
and with school superintendent -

the city's Gives Schools $1,200 Jim Temple

ed Jail. assumed leader- ,

When Florida's "For some worthy children ted $600 which netted the ship of the county's x
law, Article 5 of that are needy," former county $3,000 with matching I
Constitution goes school superlntentdent JosephC. Federal funds. $4 million per year

60 days after the \ Poppell has donated $1.200 Poppell, now living In Plant Immediately reshuffling -
to the Bradford County School
lature adjourns, ; .t r City, was a Bradford County the top
receive a School superintendent 1909-
from all cases ) In action taken by the school 1913 and Is a brother to the administrative poel-
city by city j J board Tuesday morning, it was late Ruby Mae Poppell Per- administrativepositions.
though the cases / decided to provide three $400 kins, a longtime math teachat
upon In County ; \ scholarships for needy Bradford High. "
for the first students with the money donated \
Poppell wrote the Bradford Work will begin Immediately
until Article 5 by Poppell.
School Board December 9: on a state required comprehensive J
fect, the county This was not the first dona- of the I
all fees from cases "I am 96, disposing of) all planning study '
In the county court. tion received by the school my holdings to those I desireto entire school system, Supt.
\ board from Poppell Last
Temple also told a meeting
The fact that for ; May the long time attorneyand share It with. I commenced room crowded with well-
months the city I A Justice of the peace dona- teaching In 1397 at wishers to see him sworn In
I 17
Barnes School. taught
bursed no court
most of it in Bradford by new Circuit Judge
cerned the : :: years, The is as
Yawn. study seen
night giving ili County, practiced law 61
analysis of the
Fire providing an
cond thoughts years, and was elected to for the new adminis q
three tour-year terms as Justice *
(S.. Page ) of the Peace. tration.
; Kills The school board meeting
i ,f "I shall ever be gratefulto room In the old USO building
) all who may have aided on Temple Avenue also borea
to help me get in public life.I "new" look with carpeted
BabyA have now put 72 years In floor, new oak paneling, ac-
public life."With coustlcal ceiling and a built-
wishes and regards in elevated platform for officials -
Back good .
16-month-old baby boy,
Ja.h to sit behind.
to all friends.
Adam Faber, burned to death my
when the trailer Sincerely J.C Poppell Most Important'personnel
Sunday night
change is the employment of f fa
bedroom where he was
sleeping caught fire, quickly new assistant school super- "

grew hot, preventing anyone 3 Places who intendent is leaving, WL.the same Kilpatrick position -,
from getting to the child.
A Bradford in Alachua County; to be
who escaped The mother, Mrs. Lucille Temple's number one assis
27, was Grtffls Faber was in themo- RobbedIn tant. Kilpatrick, 48, has over
day without a 8)i bile home with the baby when 20 years experience In edu-
Intersection of ; the fire suddenly broke out. cation as teacher, principal,
Grand Streets. Neither; she, nor two younger and since 1965 as an assistant
Roger Allen people, nor the baby's grandfather CityJohn superintendent in Alachua
Winchester, Woodrow Griffis, was County with a variety of assignments
spotted In Davis the finer able to get Into the room due Wayne Walker. while He holds a Rank
west Brownlee ( a new to the Intense heat, accord- working for the Holiday Inn 1 teaching certificate, equal.in
by Deputy Sheriff ing to Deputy; Glen Moore of on T'S-301:' North In Starke pay scale to a doctor's
who was on his the Bradford Sheriff's office. was the victim of armed rob- degree.

about 7:20: p.m. When Bradford volunteer bery early Wednesday morning Connie
day. Arnold firemen got the room cool when three blacks armed Kilpatrick replaces
Clark assistant superintendent

with .22 caliber pistols stole
by "running
a.m. enough to enter the room the here. Clark has been
Jailor, who had baby's body was found restingon $350 In cash!! reassigned as supervisor of
"bullpen" of the the springs of the bed on The crime took plact at vocational and technical edu-
prisoners are the floor, the bed frame having 1:05: a.m. Wednesday, Dec.27, cation
ercise. burned completely, DeputyMoore when the three blacks est! Second new man is Eddie
Arnold fled from : said mated at between 20-30 years Douglas, a Brooker native who
cery when he was told Walker to give them
old gained all state football honors -
Deputy Moore, Just the room where the
the area while he baby was sleeping caught fire. the money and'get In the in 1965 at Bradford High

assistance by Deputy Moore theorizes the back room. (See Page 8))
police and also cause of the fire was an elec- Walker obeyed and when the
from the state trical short, but the cause of culprits left he Immediately
the escapee down.A the blaze is still under in- called police four minutes later StricklandNamed
vestigation.The at 1:09.14alker: .
block behind
bounded by : Iron Restaurant to Sheriffs Office received could only describetwo To
and Lake Streets, plans for the Sheriff's a call to the fire at of the people. One was
off. Police cars 1:20: a.m. Monday morning, about 5' 10", 165 pounds and
ed at opposite the way to Starke, Gil- Jan 1. Both the Bradford wearing a levl Jacket. The Rec BoardAfter
officers could said he asked Geneva how Volunteer Fire Departmentand other about 6.3",210 pounds,
down felt about the plans, and she City of Starke police officers also wearing a levi Jacket. fourteen years of ser-
running having"goose bumps" were present when he The third could not be des- vice Jim Bloodworth will no-
Just as the < she thought about It. arrived at the scene, said longer be a member of the
the prison were Deputy :Moore, (S.. Page 8)Merger ) Starke Recreation Board, losing -
released, Arnold I "Don't worry about It, sweet- out in a bid to reappoint
Ifjou're afraid,we won't
hiding under some him in Tuesday night's City
It Gilford said he told his
side the block by Council meeting.
liceman Tom Of First t FederalWith Board chairman Jimmy Mc-

the prisoner back They went on, however, to Rae cast tile deciding vote,
with no the other couple at the Guaranty FederalOf saying no to Bloodworth's re-
fered. where they remain- appointment and later again
Arnold was not while Gilford and Geneva Gainesville AnnouncedThe cast the deciding vote to appoint -
. the first time, supper. But the restau- Townsend Strickland to
capee from a crowded and they de-
was Board."I .
Mass when Federal Home Loan the merger: Economies resulting the Recreation
cord, to change their operations
lice arrested him the Trail :Motel north of Law- Bank Board of Washington, from mass purchasing( ; don't have anything per-
traveling down ', where Gilford registered D.C, has announced approvalof a greater supply of funds sonal against Bloodworth,"
between First available for loans in the area;
a merger think
wrong lane of a room, and the foursome said McRae. "I Just
Association the amassing of greater reserves
& Loan
Federal Savings
the police stopped inside to continue their the board needs some new
he had left his \ of Starke and Guaranty ; and the ability to go"online" blood."
Federal Savings & Loan with computer ser:
hotel down the Bloodworth was the last remaining -
As the After talking for some time, Association of Gainesville. vice sooner, allowing Interest member of the original ,
testified that Griffin to be compounded
payments !
hotel In
drive to the board first appointed
The announcement was made
LIl to go out to his car daily on deposits.
he made a run 1958 and comprised of Blood-
"get the cameras." She Jointly by B.F. Mlzell, Jr.,
later caught by so, returning with a large president of First Federalof Accounts of depositors In worth Joe Gray, X.M. Smith,
The Ford Pinto sack containing three ca- Starke, and Leo J,Thomas, First Federal of Starke were Bill Tilly, and Dorothy Ep-
was driving was which Grlffis showed Sr., president of Guaranty Federal automatically transferred to person.
police station \ how to operate, Gilford Guaranty Federal without the In the 3-2 decision, Orie
had suspicion The merger was effective necessity of the account holder Wiggins and Charles Silcox
else was wrong ; ; The talK continued until about at the year end, Dec. 31, coming to the Starke office voted In favor of Bloodworth'sre 't
am., when Grlffls and Mrs. 1972. Directors and officers for this purpose. while Nell
The patrolmen left the motel, and Gil will be elected during J anuary. Tucker and Charles Schae-
could search the and Geneva remained for The local association Is Harold K. Davis, present fer voted no. Silcox and Wig.
mission was night, the witness testified. known as Guaranty; Federal loan officer of First Federal gins opposed Strickland's appointment
nol I. Two Savings & Loan Associationas of Starke, will be manager of while Schaefer,
juana were found Although they had apparently of Jan.1, 1973 the Starke office of Guaranty Tucker, and McRae voted tor
(S.. Page ) Mizell cited as reasons for Federal. It.
(S.. Page ) 8)t '
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Little Women Barksdales/

Christmas FormalThe Entertain

ul.e Little Women's Club Theatre Staffs

f held their annual Christmas ti R I
formal at the club house on
r Saturday, Dec. 23, from 8 to Mr. and Mrs.RobertBarks-
1 dale were hosts at a buffet
12 midnight.The .
theme, "Outdoors," :' dinner Wednesday night of last New
week at their home on W.
was carried out In the festive
Madison Street honoring em- Arrivals
green and gold decorations.The
4k ,r Styrophoam Soule band K y"t a e ployees of the Florida Theater
provided music for dancing. and 301 Drive-In Theater.

Chaperones for the eveningwere

Mr and Mrs. Jim Chas- used Christmas In the party decorations rooms,were and a Dr. and Mrs. W.H. Green
teen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Christmas decoration cen- of Arlington, Va. announce the
Hall and Mrs. William Haas.Woman's .
tered the buffet table. arrival of a daughter. Amber,
born Jan. 2, 1973. Grand-
ti.z Assisting In serving the 25 parents are Mr. and Mrs.Lex
Club attending were Mr. and Mrs.R. Green of Starke and Mr. and
To Meet Jan. 10 .*. Colson and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Vegllone of Blng.
James OBrlan.College hamton, N. Y.

o o o owo
The Starke Woman's Club
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Combs
will hold Its luncheon and regular -
u.: .
of Starke announce the birth

Jan. 10 meeting, at 12:15: on p.m.Wednesday Tries members of the Bradford High Class of 1965 attended the seventh anniversaryof EntertainedThe of a daughter Tracy Denise,
Dec. 28 in St. Vincent'sHospital.
Ali., 4.. their graduation recently. on
'. ...:.. ..., It" '... i The speaker will be Jean Methodist college students Grandparents are
-,. Feingold representing the BHS Class Of f 1965 Holds Reunion "were honored at a Starke Mr and and Mrs.Mr. Ben and Mrs.Loper Marion of-
Community Crisis Corner In dinner party Sunday at the HolIday -
I Gainesville. At Starke Golf And Country ClubThe Inn following church ser- Combs CampBlandlng.

f' .. vice, given by the membersof o oMo
,_ '.;. ,'Jr.x:<' Mrs. Johnny Barrett and her Starke Golf and Country Thirty-eight couples attended Verbust, Gainesville; Phyllis the Methodist WSCS and
'? _? ;; committee of the International Club was the setting for the Including the following Darby Nobles, Barbara Sue Wesleyan Service Guild. Local admittances to Brad-
".fK ,I ..."s .4'1C9+.3JLxA Affairs department will have gala 7th year reunion of the classmates: Jane Adams Watson Edwards Lawson,Emily Johns Following dinner the eight ford County Hospital this week f.tj
charge of the luncheon. BHS class of 1965 held Sat- John Harold Andrews, Ledwick, Janet Joyner Mas- attending students were invited Include: Herman Wilmore, iiii
Goodman Becomes Bride urday, Dec. 23. Sue Brice Thomas,Steve Den- lowskI, JoAnn Scott Dlddell.\ to the Olin White home Mrs. Hazel Eberle, Mrs.
Harriet Hostesses will be Mrs. John The 11-ptece prison band mark, Millie Dlcandlo, Olivia JoAnn Walker Wall, allot for dessert and to watch the Laura Goolsby, George Che-
Mulder In Chicago Myers, chairman, Mrs. W.P. from Lake Butler Reception Goodman Harper, Kitty Harris Jacksonville; Phil Elder, football game on TV. shier, Charley Hllllard, Mrs.
Of S.
Bartlett I.N.Breazeale
Mrs. Center, under the direction Starling,Gertrude Johnson Gnatt, Ala.; Joe Brown,Rock- Bertha Beck, Guy Williams,
Mrs. L.C. Foster, Mrs. J.O. of John Daughtery, furnished Braden, Judy McRae Brown, mart, Ga.; Becky Dinkins SmithNettlesEngagement Mrs. Louise Kite, Mrs. La-
Juliet Gay Mrs. E.A. Hall, Mrs. O. music for the evening. Stanwlx- Christopher, Fitzgerald, Ga.; vonla Griffls, and Mrs. Mary
wore a matching cap Peggy Shanbarger
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber D.
L. Jr. T.C. Ha-
Haynes Mrs.
of and The tables around the dance Gene Pass Mark Hamilton and Jeff War- t Told Thomas Starke Julius Han-
Goodman of Starke announcethe Ivory gold beading, and zen Jr., Mrs. Jerome Johns Hay, Tommy ;
marriage of their daughter carried a nosegay of Woeburn Loudon floor were covered with: red Thomas, Donnie Thornton and ren, Tampa; William Harrell son and Roy Sanders, Key- _
Mrs. A.G. Mrs. W.H.
Harriet Eloise, of ChI- Abbey roses, bronze pom- Nollman, Mrs. Aimee, Prandl, cloths and green cloths and Elaine Strickland Thornton, and Linda Hagar Johnson Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. stone Heights; Mrs. Cora
cago, Ill. to Paul Steven Mul- poms, yellow chrysanthemums Mrs. Betty Register, Mrs. H. centered with candles, roses and Richard Wainwright all of Brooker; Harold Miller, Smith announce the engage- Bates, Lawtey; Jadmlll Wa-
der of Chicago, fI I., son of and lilies. C. Hitch, Mrs. LouellaStruth and greenery. "Class of '65" Starke; Gary Bement, Val- Flint, Mich.; Phyllis ment of their daughter,Wanda terson Hampton; C.W. Dur-
A reception held In the embossed on napkins (saved dosta Ga. Williams. Rosier, Lake City; Margaret bin, Melrose.
Mrs. Cherie Adams Mulder was Mrs. E.E. Tanner, Mrs. C.B. ; Patty Bigham Elizabeth, to Grady Douglas
Tree Room and the Chateau from the senior party) were Pater Muniz, Miami; Cheryl
of LaJolla Calif, and Mr. Tallahassee Barbara
Terwtllegar, Mrs. G.F. Wol- Howard Lake Butler Nettles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Shealey ,
Paul Mulder of Oakbrook, Dl. LeEoeuf Restaurant In Al fred Jr., and Mrs. James T. used. The buffet table held Brice Harris and Jimmy Mike Slstrunk and Pat Scog-; Grady I. Nettles, all of Starke. Mr. and Mrs.James W.Todd
Rev Timothy Reeves performed Farber's Restaurant at 2400 Moore. refreshments of sandwiches, Bryant, Ratford; Larry Craw Wedding plans will be announced Jr. visited her parents, Mr.
Lincoln Park West Chicago.The dips, chips, crackers, cheese gins Sistrunk, Starkville,
the nuptials on Sat- ford, James Talley and Phyllis later. and Mrs. C.J. Simmons, in
urday, Nov. 25, at 4:30: p.m. couple will live In the and snacks. Haddock Talley Robert Miss. Miami over the weekend.
at the home of the bride- Georgetown section of Wash- Mrs. Hazel Ritch Mark Hamilton served as
groom's father In Oakbrook, ington D.C. for the nextyear.The announcer and master-of-
Ill The living room was dec- bride Is employed at Douglas Hardy ceremonies, since neither the
orated with fall floral arrangements the Raider Advertising AgencyIn class president (Rick Hood)
Including two cir- Washington, D.C.where she Wed Dec. 29 or vice-president (Robert Colorful JanuaryWHITE
cular topiary trees decoratedwith Is Assistant Media Director. Nelson) was able to attend.
orange lilies and arrangements The groom Is working on his The program was presented
of Woeburn Abbey post master's graduate certificate Mrs. Hazel Ritch and between band Intermissions, CAP S
roses bronze pompoms and In Health Care AdmInis- Douglas Hardy were united In beginning with a film of past
!!lies. tration at George Washington marriage on Dec. 29 In Folk- proms Little Women's Club Dept. Stores x SALE !
John Carlson organist and University In Washington. ston, Ga. The couple Is residing dances, baccalaurate and
soloist, presented a program at 1218 E. Call Street. commencement exercises, I
nuptial and the after-graduation
of music.
'.. Philip Meagher of Chicago ChesserStarlingEngagement held at Kingsley Lake. The Ie ,
served as best man and Chet Duplicate Bridge film was presented by Mrs. LOW DISCOUNT PRICES NOW THRU MONDAY

Sutton usher. of Paris, Ill. was t ToldMr. Club ResultsTwo A.J.Adrienne.Barry and daughter

Mrs. Francine Eads of San and Mrs. Robert A. Door prizes were presented
Francisco, Calif, attended as Chesser Jr. of Camp Blanding couples tied for first throughout the eveing to: FABRIC SALE! Spring Maid No-Iron Floral Sheets
James Talley, Richard Wainwright -
matron of honor. She wore a announce the engagement and place at the Duplicate Bridge
wine jersey gown with ruffled approaching marriage of their Club Tuesday night where Millie Dlcandlo and
bodice and sleeves, and carried daughter, Cindy Lavonne to there were four tables In play. Gary Bement. Judy McRae
a nosegay bronze pompoms Donnie Ray Starling, son of First place with 20 points Brown sang part of the class Our reg. $2.99 Twin flat or twin fitted t
lilies chrysanthemums Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starlingof were Mrs. Rhea Johnson and song, "I Believe".
and roses Baldwin. Mrs. Hilda Dey, and Mr. and Mr. Daughtery accepted on All
Given in marriage by her Mrs. John Mussollne. behalf of the band a check SAVE
father, the bride wore a floor Wedding plans have been There was a three-way tie from the class to be givento : FirstQuality 256 .
length\ Ivory jersey gown with made for Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. in for second place with 19 the band's named charity, 43< '# e ,
the Reynolds Chapel at Camp The Salvation .Members 1 w ,
gold beading trim around the points: Mrs. R.W. Fountainand a, v 1 l4 ,. Sfr: 7r'
Blanding.All of the band were presentedwith
and around the V-neck- Mrs. P.A. Johnson; Mrs.
line. The long sleeves also Edward Burns and T.A. Sun- cigarettes and Christmas ,
had the same gold beading friends and relatives are dem; and Mrs.Sherrod Hamilton stockings filled with essen- Long wearing Fortre'' Polyester Cotton
trim around the cuffs. She invited to attend. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. tial Items. blend. Scalloped trim. Pink, yellow or blue. V3

r Directories, compiled from
Information gained from returned iCX.rr.fl S3>9'3.561
questionnaires, were : \ ; Full Flat Or Full Fitted SAVE 434.

given out. They listed class- Our rg-$
Pillow Cases le2.07
mate's name occupation,
spouse's name and occupation,
children's names, ages,birth- Spring Maid No-Iron Spring Maid No-Iron TwinflatorfiUed.

dates, special achievements,
current mailing address, etc. Fashion Color Sheets
Guests were greeted at the Twin flat or twin fitted
door by several alternating Dressmaker and Our reg. 2.59 l"7 Our reg. $2.99 246
classmates, and photographswere SAVE 624 | SAVE 53<*<

taken by Terry Walters. Sportswear Long wearing Fortrel-Polyester-Cotton Fortrel-Polyester-Cotton blend. Lime lem
Name tags were worn by all. blend. White only. onazure blue.a Serving the committee for Our.. "*' Ou..3.99
on Full flat or Fitted SAVE $2.87 Full Flat or Full Fitted SAVE eu $3.36
the occasion wereJane Adams Fabrics sl ow.....2.24
Pillow Cases 12 in K I $1-96
Ous'V' >
Watson, place; Olivia Good- Pillow Cases 121n Pkgl I 2e:9 $1.43 g

man Harper, refreshments;
P JoAnn Scott Dlddell, decora- Our reg. 79i yd J

tions; Peggy Shanbarger SAVE 22* yd. PI Jumbo Floral Bath Towels
Stanwix-Hay, tickets;Barbara
Brice Harris, band; Judy yd,
Brown, general.
Non-iron machine washable. Our reg. $1.66
Assorted prints. Polyester/cot 137
ton and cotton. 44"-45" wide. SAVE 29c

To Meet Jointly

Thick and thirsty. Soft and fluffy. 100%
Members of the Methodist y, cotton. 22" X 44". Pink, gold or blue.

oe Women's Society of Christian Floral Hand Towels our,... 98. 77c
P Service and Wesleyan Ser- s 4

vice Guild will hold a Joint t Floral Wash Cloths Ou..58. 47c
meeting Tuesday Jan. 9, at
P 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. y

There will be an installa-
tion of new officers, pledge Woven Bedspreads
service and celebration of z .
their newly formed orga-
nization.All r
Methodist Women are ; Our reg. $7.99

Invited to attend. Y Y 688
100% NylonAccent

Mr. and Mrs. George K. X > x
Bennett of Orlando were last t x ) X
." Wednesday and Thursday visitors Rugs } x x K x patterns. washable Gold olive solids, rose and, woven two-tone
white blue. Twin
PF of Mrs. Joe E. Wilson _
l or full size.<1:
o and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wall
;ooa0ot9 of the University of Alabama Our reg. $2.29 188
Saturday visitors of Mrs. SAVE 4W
Wilson. Combination Twin fitted Printed Terry Kitchen

G Non-skid waffle back. Machine Mattress Pad And Cover
washable. Color fast. White, gold Dish Towels I
THE BRADFORD avocado, purple, red, bittersweet, Our rag $4.99 74
COUNTY TELEGRAPH raspberry." X 34". ay SAVE $1.25Machine 3 I Our re g' 39Qeach

Published 138 every W. Call Thursdayat Street 26" X 40 i"Ourre9-3-29 SAVE 41! $2.88 wash and dry. $1 'I

Starke, Florida 32091 24" X 7n"Ourre9-$4-49$3.88 Polyester filled. 3 For
Second Class postage paidat Full FittedMattress Our r...
Starke, Florida 3 X 5 Our reg.$1,11$5.88$6.99 95 M 474 Assorted prints in 100%
SAVE Pad And Cover : ;: cotton terry. ;
L- I
Subscription Rates:
In trade area: $6.00 per

Outside year; $3.50 trade six months QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge It
area: $7.UU i
per year: $4.00 six months

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r .tJeople ou3Rno\.t1\ .

Mrs. W.E. Dowllng and
daughter. Marian and Martha
Struth spent the weekend In
Jacksonville with Mr. and
Mrs. James Knight Mr. and CHEVROLETOLDS

Mrs. James Dowllng, and Mr.
and Mrs. John Hartley and
family.G. .

Whltley Williams of Cur- !
rte, N.C. and Mrs.Bill Nipper 1111. 1
of Raleigh,N.C.were Wednes-
day to Saturday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Williams. The
Williams also had as weekend
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Richard I I"Everything
Williams and daughter of Tal
lahassee. ty

Mrs. R.A. Newsom spent the :i! l
holidays with her mother t..., t
Mrs. J.A. Howe, and relativesIn

Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Mixon [s a t lr t !smr""
and family of Clearwater have Must Go"
moved Into their new home at

the corner of W. Madisonand ....:'L::.: : :'

Epperson Streets. Mr. Y w i. nr.. _. .. '3I/IiIf'/.," stir t'we All Used Cars Are
Mixon Is employed at Starke \ .
Appllcances.Mrs. ,.....,... ', -li..w... "
... ntaw-wr .. _,..._.I rse
: .
{ .11; ,.. MARKED
...n_'w r DOWNThis
Eugene Norman under- !7"'i R

went surgery last ThursdayIn ..v.....".. ;..;..!"', .. .. ,
Riverside Hospital and Is ._ ....- -r;; i'\f "" Is A Wholesale To The Public
expected home this weekend. ., ... .
r. :t"
.. n41 __J I '8I..1.:. b
Mrs. Don Bagwell has been
visiting her parents Mr. and Improvement Award SALI1969 -
Mrs. O.S. Dixon, in Hermitage -

Tenn. for two weeks. Manager Dale Brown receives a December Bradford provement it makes on Starke's major hiqhway.

Improvement Award for the new Dairy Queen on US-301 Brown receives the award from BIPCommittee Chair.
Mrs. J.D. Hodge Sr. and
Mrs. Lorraine .Rhule of Pa- north, cited by the Chamber of Commerce for the lm man John Sanders and Chamber Executive John Myers. 88 1968 Dodge

latka, and Mrs. Pansy Bathof
Tampa were luncheon 4 Door, PS, PB, Ar: Cond. One Monaco 4 DR HT PS, PB, Air

guests of Miss Madge Middle- Owner Car. Cond. New Radial Tires
Elder and Mrs. Cecil Darty
ton on Wednesday of last week. Antique Show 4 Earn Whiffen Named
of Macon, Ga. were New
Kent Smith of Tampa visited Year's Eve overnight guestsof Sponsored By LCCC Honors Optometry AdvisorDr. WAS WAS NOW

Don Hardy Friday through Mr. and Mrs.P.D.Reddish $2,195 $1,450 $1,595 $1,250
Jax Pilot ClubThe
Monday. The Reddishes also had as Wayne Whlffen Starke,
Monday overnight guests, Mr. Four area students are has been named as an area
Miss Norma Canova spent and Mrs. Kirby Padgett of Pilot Club of Jacksonville among 50 to qualify for thePresident's advisor and liasion represen- 1970 Jeep 1968 Olds 88
Plant City. List for the Fall tative for the "Golden Ju-
the weekend with Mr.and Mrs.
will hold its 24th annual
Quarter at Lake City Com- bilee" Southern (Southeastern -
Dick Bush In Central Point.
Antique Show at the Civic Auditorium munity College by earning a ) Educational Congress of This Is A "Jeep Jeep" And Its
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy January 19, 20, 21, 4 Door PSPBAir Cond. Solid
grade point average of 3.75 2-6 at
Denmark Byron Terwlllegar spent four days and Steve fishing 50th Don Wedding and Carol Anniversary attendedthe (Fri., Sat., Sun.). with' .' no grade lower than a the Mariott Motor Hotel in Ready For The Woods Or For White Red Interior

over the weekend at Indian of Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Henson Fifty-six exhibitors from Atlanta. Work.
Harbor Beach as guests of Gainesville at the Tlagler the north east coast, and Flo- With some 2,800 persons
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Saxon. Inn In Gainesville, Dec. 30th rida will exhibit and sell their The students are Glenn W. from 40 states expected, the WAS NOW WAS NOW
wares. John C. Tuten, Jacksonville Combs and Warren V.Nichol event will be one of the largestof
Mrs. Herman Hafele of is show manager. son. both of Ralford( and Its kind held. More than $1,895 $1,350 $1,295 $800
Mr. and Mrs.Robert L.Fryeof
106 hours of lectures on such
Jacksonville was the Monday Rebecca L. Pressley and
guest of Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Albany, Ga. were holiday The show opens January 19 Bobbie Jo Whitehead both of subjects as refraction, contact
of her mother, Mrs. 1971 Ford XLT
, guests lenses and low-vision aids
Beard. and Saturday the 20th at 12:30: Lake Butler.
Julia Underhill. p.m., closing both nights at will be offered. 1970 Ford Ranchero

Mr. and Mrs.James Starling Mrs. Lois Wilson of Wash- 10 p.m., and opens Sunday at Ranger % Pickup CompletelyPS

and daughters Christmas and Mrs.weekin Ola ington, D.C. and Mr. and Mrs. 1 p.m., closing at 6 o'clock. Wt1l Sttim Clttn Anything R & H Air Cond. Auto Trans. Loaded With All Of Fords
Starling spent
Bryson City, N.C. were Lee Hough Sunday of visitors Tulsa of Okla.their Adult tickets are $1.50 including Rood H o Mobil* Honrvt* Hot Waning Point I New WSW Radial Tires Good Shape Options. One Owner Truck.
tax) and children are
Batesof cousin, Mrs. E.A. Winkler Stripping Floor Stripping Generel Heuse Cleoninf WAS NOW
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden half price. WAS NOW
Jacksonville were weekend Allen Price Carpets CleaniitlSprty
Rev. and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Proceeds will go to supportthe
and four sons of Panama City $2,495 $3,195 $2,850
bie Shaller and attended the with her Pilot Club's two girls' Paintlnf $2,195 ;
spent the holidays Clubs for less privileged 7 'd
Shaller New Year's Eve party. 1
and Mrs. M.B. Gun
parents, to 12 year old youngsters and Complete Hopper Coatings
Mike King is returning to Jordan, at the State Farm. to many other projects. Acrylic Pluties .Fiberfleas Albeit r"Ot 1968 Olds 98 LS
St Johns River Junior College Pilot Club is an Interna- ,
from the Christmas holidays Mrs. R.F. Demorest spent tional service club for.execu .Rfs Heutes Cleili* And W.llr 1971 VW Bus /
,the holidays with Mr.and Mrs. This Is A Fine Road Car It Has
Term to
for n..Upon com- tive women dedicated. .loS."ICI
Johnson In ((904)I ) 964-5771
O.P. and family
pletion of the first term he Columbus, Ga. friendship and service. ,.....*.** .*. Been Cared For By Its Prior Own- .,'"
was placed on the Dean's List. Roof Air Condo All The Seats And
- -
er In a Loving Way And Its Loaded
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand Mr. and Mrs.R.A.Crawford 21000 Miles One Owner.
sons returned Wednesdayafter spent Sunday to Wednesday of NOW WAS NOW
two weeks visit with friends last week In West Point Ga. JANUARY SPECIALS WAS
in Wilmington, Del a. with Mr. and Mrs. K.T. Dim- $1995 $1450
can and Mrs. K.G. Duncan. $2,995 $2,450

Miss Karen Gissy has returned The Crawfords had as last Hurry On Down Good Jan. 5-11 KH HM MMMK "
to Florida Atlantic Uni- Thursday to Saturday guest,
In Boca Raton after Ricky Crawford Brooks-
spending the holidays with her vtlle. Or While Supply Lasts 1970 Opel Wagon 1/2/ Ton
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Taylorand 1972 Chevy

family spent Wednesday to
and LTC daughter and Mrs. V.J.Debbie Spengler, and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. 4 Cyl And 4 Speed one Owner V8 Long Wheel Base Low 'Mileage
Merritt Williams.
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. ONE WEEK ONLY Clean High Milage But No Clean.

Lloyd Badman and son. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin ,roblems.
tin, of Canada spent Wednes- visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
day of last week at Disney Baldwin in Inverness and Mr. WAS NOW
World and also attended the and Mrs. James Montuoro in JA CKS ON BUILDINGS WAS NOW
Gator Bowl game Saturday Tampa during the long week- $2,650
afternoon.Mr. end. $1,395 $975

and Mrs.M.H.Sheppardand

visited son Mrs.of Brunswick Kate Sheppardover Ga. Stella Lainas UPPL Y 1971 PLYMOUTH 1970 Ambasador Wagon

the weekend. Leaves Bequest [ Satalite 4 Door Sdean: PS, PB, Air
Air Cond. Cruise
Fully Loaded With
Byron Terwillegar will return -
For Churches Black And White
V8 AT.
to Denver,Colo.Saturday Of Starke, Inc. N. Cherry St. Control Very Clean One Owner Car.
after spending the holidays Runs And Drives OK.
Mrs. Ourlana (Stella)
with his parents.
Lamas, proprietor of the Half m'.6078 WAS NOW WAS NOW
Miss Madge Mlddleton will Moon Hotel In Starke, died on PEDDLERS HOME SUPPLY
enter Riverside Hospital December 13 In a Jacksonville ,. $1,295 ( Make Offer) $2,495 $1,999
Friday( for a week of hospital as the
tests and observation. of a heart ailment. She was 4
the widow of Gust Lainas. i
Grady B. Bishop of Stirke According to terms of her
was on the Dean's List for will Mrs. Lainas, who( had We Have Several More Good

the Fall Quarter at Lake City no Immediate survivors lefta < 1/2" Sheeting PlywoodMill
Community College. $1,000 bequest to the Greek <
Orthodox Church In Jacksonville ; USED CAR VALUESAll
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bark- ; $5,000 to the Greek .
ley of Jacksonville were New church In Daytona Beach; and < Certified 5.49
Year's day guests of her mother the remainder of her estate to 4X8 Sheet
Mrs.Mabel Stringfellow. establish a scholarship fund *. Priced Way Down
for students.
Mrs. Doris Conway( of Or- Funeral services were held (
lando visited her brotherinlaw In St. Johns Greek Orthodox and sister Mr. and Mrs. Church In Jacksonville, fol- j CASH AND CARRY ONLY I
M.A. Baldwin, from Mondayto lowed by Interment In Evergreen <
Wednesday.Miss Cemetery. ( Any Legitimate Offer

Nurses Aid
Jean Wliiffen has returned j
to Bartram School In 2x4 Hemlock Studs
Jacksonville after spendingthe CertificatesMary 894 E-.

Dr.holidays and Mrs.with D.W.her parents.Whiffen. Jane Hartley Ellen, both Johnson of Starke and Economy Grade See You At Raldiviiis

were among 19 Lake City Com-
Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Starlingand
munity College students
of Arlington Texas
family sented with Nurse Aide Train- Clip
her parents, Mr.
are visiting Ing Certificates this month
Mrs. VV.L. Thomas, this
by John Knight, administrator -
week. tal. of the Lake Shore lospt-I You Must Bring This CouponAt

ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH' Classes are held at Lake
City Community College while f "
PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO training Is carried on In the : 0.U ,i ,
FLA. Lake Shore Hospital and at =
PH. 468-1237 Tanglewood Nursing Home. Time Of Purchase To Obtain u
Instructor Grace Terry said
CUSTOM PRINTINGFrom In order for a student to qua- us 301 WORTH raise 96 -7500
lify for a certificate, they : These Prices
Your Negatives must complete more than 180 STARKE, FLORIDA

e COPY190RKIKFORMAL hours of training : clip

PORTRAITSAND EZERASE TYPEWRITER. "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"
PASSPORTS Paper, Notebook Flllers.-
Bradford County Telegraph.

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Pledges to 'Seek HarmonyThe Taxes ___ __ __ __ __m I

The political and economic agency taking part in the de ADMINISTRATION sistance would Include the
decisions and accomplish, cision." by PETER G. IIAMMOND new head of the National to minimize" areas of disagreement Collected VETERANS MEDICAL SCHOOL ASSISTANCE leasing to the Institution of
ments of this year will set the In light of this substantial Executive Director,National Association of Manu- AND HEALTH VA land, buildings and struc-
course of America for a longtime incursion of government into I Coordinating Council on Drug Education facturers believes businessmen "Another major area of MANPOWER TRAINING ACT tures Including equipment
to come, Edwin II. Gott business decisions, Mr. Gott HISTORY OF DRUGS V "must work together concern for business and industry perty$827,351 taxes in have Bradford been collected pro- OF 1972, was approved Octo- therein); remodeling and extension -
wondered whether the with government and as we look around the 1972 W.B. Mack- of such facilities to
chairman of U.S. Steel, has growing organ- ber 24, says
through Dec. 30
In 1492 Columbus and his nearly
warned. anti-business: sentiment ized labor in harmony, if we world at other countries particularly 75 per cent of a total 1972 all, director of the State of render them suitable for such
Speaking to the membersof i is the result of things "busi- crew bundles saw of natives"certain smoking dried are to achieve the highest is the takeover or tax roll of $1.8 million, according Florida's Division of Veter- education purses; and,
the Illinois Manufacturers /ness has done to the con- standard of living. We are in the nationalization of various : to Tax Collector J.R. ans Affairs ) of the costs of
leaves with a distinct fragrance. This Act amends title 38, scale faculty
segments of industry, he
Association at their annualmeeting sumer, or because of thingsgovernnlt.'nt this thing together, all of us Kelly. salaries.
This was tobacco, a United States Code,as :
has done to busi- We have nothing to observed. Taxpayers still have almost Authorize
Mr. Gott pointed consume Authorize c. a programof
1) a programfor
substance widely known and
NAM is compiling data three months to remit therema.InInR
that we have not first grants to already exist-
out that the past decade has ness. long used throughout the pro- continuing medical and related -
which show that monopolistic $350.000 withoutpenalty.TaxespddinJanu
duced for medicaland ing medical schools affiliatedwith
been a trying one for the nation education
COMSH mcrs Americas. Europe quickly In accepting the office of bureaucratic, nationalized health personnel of the the VA to assist such
and deal of stl'CS4has
a great adopted tobacco and the tech are subject to a two per cent
been placed on the country's Want to Know nique of smoking. 1973 chairman of the boardof industry is not nearly as discount and In February a VA and, to the extent that facilities schools their in expanding capacity for and Improving
efficient as competitive free are available, other
the National Association
and economic one cent discount. No
political per
by MARGARET SPADER At first, tobacco was enterprise, he said, and plansto medical and health personnelon medical students.
Manufacturers, Burt F, discount is given for taxes
systems. "Buoyed by the economic Authorize
to be medical util- d. a programof
Director of Consumer Affairs thought a great disseminate this Informa- a reimbursable basis
Raynes, chairman Rohr paid in March and taxes are
successes of the past. National Association of Manufacturers In- grants to public nonprofit
discovery, a "wonder drug, izing certain hospitals as
tion broadly to all walks of delinquent April 1 I.
dustries, Inc, Chula Vista
there has been a tendency to "REGIONAL MEDICAL EDU- universities, colleges,
but far
popular spread
!What/ the him/ and use life including educators, Property taxes paid after
are plun Calif. :
overspend for the present,, said that, "In today's CATION CENTERS" community colleges and other
and to overpromiso for the tltctrical requirements of beyond any curing purposes. complex: and specialized so- young people, and the halls April 1 are subject to a three 2) Provide for the utilization institutions, affiliated with!the!!
future." he said. "On the political laundry appliances Within 150 years, tobacco had ciety, virtually all of the of Congress. Intangible per cent penalty taxes Kelly notes. of VA hospitals to Improve VA, offering health manpower
spread throughout the entire paid after that
Automatic washers need necessities of life and expand their pro- training courses to assist !in
side, it has certainlybeen a are con- date
world as sailors and traders are subject to a 1.5 per and
a period of 'governmentactivism' 115-volt, 60-eycle electrical tained in the outpouring of cent penalty. grams for the education and
carried it even into isolated health lities for training professional
training manpower.
with costly pro- outlet separate from that of parts of Africa and Asia our mills and factories. Thereis The Telegraph wishes to Some $30,000 in discounts 3) Provide that the Admin- and technical allied health
grams designed to resolve a the clothes dryer and plumb- James I of England hardly a thing that you, as correct an oversight In Its have been credited to taxpayers istrator and the Secretary of personnel
multitude of real and exaggerated i ng lines for both hot and cold strongly condemned tobacco individuals, you and I, use in Dec. 28 issue In which it left already. HEW shall coordinate pro- If you have any questions on
problems in the mis- water as well as a drain Gas smoking in 1604 as a "bar our daily life that does not the name of Tom Crawfordout about Collections as usual are at this running time grams under this Act and programs the above or any questions regardIng -
taken belief that there is come from a factoryyourclothes when referring to the 1972 carried out under the veterans affairs, con-
clothes dryers need connec- barous, vile and stinking custom Bradford County sheriff'srace of the year Kelly states. He
of trans- Public Health Service Act. tact your local County Veteran
nothing with America your means
wrong tions to either natural or LP Nevertheless, as use increased in which Deputy Dolph expects to have almost 100 Service Office
4) Establish any office of
portation, food new programsas
that higher spending can'tsolve gas and a 115-volt, 60-cycle he imposed heavy your your Reddish was elected to suc- per cent of the taxes due collected follows the Veterans Administrationor
," he said."Government, connection for the motor. An taxes on it. housing ceed his father, P.O.Reddish. by April 1. A. Expansion of the VA's write Mackall at Post Of.
expendituresof electric dryer needs 230- In 1630, Pope Urban VIII Noting that the contribu- Crawford, an employee of Majority of the taxes collected hospital education and training flee Box 1437.
all kinds have been growing a tion of business to our way various state agencies for ma- to date were paid in
decreed: "Anyone caught using capacity through remodeling -
volt 60-cycle three-wire cir- of life is "very imperfectly and who lives on November or before when the
at a compounded rate of tobacco inside a Spanish ny years and renovation of exist-
cuit. Both types, electric or understood" by the general SR-16 Just west of Starke, ran four per cent discounts were 111& Otdttmell
better than 9 per cent a :year church will be excommuni ing facilities to provide for expanded -
for the past decade-far in gas should be vented to the cated." public, by educators and by 'third in the race behind Dolph givensome $717,000. educational programsas uuyq

excess of the growth rate in outside. There are electric Peter the Great tried to members of government:! Jimmy Reddish Clark and Maxie and Carter Jennings Jr. Ike Old 1t/mf/l well as through special VA mJ l-
allocations to particular
that 115-
dryers operate on a
the economic sector. And
stop the use of tobacco in Raynes said that NAM's\ goal Starling were the other two -' hospitals for the developmentor 3
"while we can boast of having \oltcircuitanddonotrequireventing. Russia with death penaltiesand "must be to correct these misunderstandings candidates. [ initiation of Improved me- 1S 1/
achieved the first trillion- However the drying mutilations in 1700. ." Crawford's name was omit- f $J: : 1 thods of education and train- "
dollar economy in the historyof time is increased considerably Such early anti-tobacco decrees "I have appointments with ted Inadventently and The 1i-T
the world, we had better with such models. Telegraph apologizes for the r' I ing.b.. Provide -
: were to no avail. And major labor leaders, and I pilot program
keep in mind the fact that error. We regret the incon- 1' of VA grants to State supported -
in 1883, James Duke, the hope to find areas of agreement venience to the Crawford fam- "II 11e you noticed it noutakes
UV/fu{ fabric JOTS passed the in
i all a institutions to assist the
government spending at
American industrialist installed fuu'r
:Mr.! Raynes added. "I ily caused by over 40 per- cents for you to
levels now equals fully a third flammabilitif test does that 'One of the best educa- establishment of up to eight
a cigarettemakingmachine believe that them cents worth
there are areas sons calling to notify 1'11.nur two on
of our gross national productand mesa it won't iytntetAll in his tobacco fac- that we can agree on. I hope them of the omission. tional toys is still a pencil" new medical schools. as- a i penny postcard?"
the end is not in sight," textiles will burn if tory, marking the start o' I
:Mr.: Gott continued.! There i is exposed to intense heat or the age of the cigarette. I
real danger, he said, in "whatwe flames Tightly woven, heavy
are committed to spend in fabrics generally burn more Air Engineers Now Handles
the years ahead." slowly than those that are WISH I'D SAID
Mr. Gott called attention to sheer, light weight, or loosely
the fact that the American woven. A fuzzy fabric with a THAT .
ideal of everyone enjoyingthe brushed or napped surface I: Admiral Appliances,
highest possible level of will burn more readily than
freedom both in private will a flat, smoothsurfacedone.
actions and economic activities Fabrics and carpets with
has been seriously com- LI short, dense pile are less "We make a living by whatwe | See Don Brown Or Neil Elder For Unbelievable Prices On Admiral Products.

promised. "Whether it is flammable than those with a get, but we make a life by
hiring employees or paying high fluffy pile what we give."-Fred VV. I Air
them, whether it is operatingour \\'hji\ are niyhtnovns andtitbt's Grown, The Bergen (N. J.) Engineers Inc. And Admiral Appliance
plants or selling the prod-
Citizen. i
timidity made of fabrics
ucts in the
they produce mar-
ket place, whether it is a that ignitt quickly? "We all make mistakes {\ Combination
I Is A
domestic transaction or foreign :Most people feel more comfortable Henry Ford forgot to put a j Winning

," :Mr Gott said "it in nonclinging night- reverse gear in his first auto- j

seems to me that there i is always weight gowns fabrics and robes.allow Light-air to The mobile--William Lynden (Wash R.) Lewis Trib-, j' "DRIVE A WILE AND SAVE PILE." 1 Mi i South On }Highway'/ 301 Text To Lon champ Homes

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Caution; Urged In Operating
Elise Jones Retires From
I Christinas Bikes, Motorcycles :$ *
Research Duties At U Of F *
Unless Santa Claus was parents can help them ARRIVE IJe I

thoughtful driver's enough license to to go providea along : With ALIVE.the new" popularity of Ending a career marked by a source book of statisticson &, "Wait till next year." That's what you told yourself last year. 4'
ID-speed bicycles there will significant accomplishment the social, political, and You found all kinds of off
with his gift of a motorcyclefor economic organization of Flo reasons to put doing some very
no doubt be many of these Miss Elise C. Jones, of
Ing Christmas to be a ,lot there of are traffic go- zooming around the neigh- Gainesville, formerly of rida.Miss Jones started work important things. Like planning for your future. And saving :
borhood also. Their ease of Starke, retired last month II-
violators"Florida In law the states next few thatev-days. operation Is complicated by after 22 years as a staff with the bureau In 1940, and for your future. 4'h
the shifting of gears and many member of the University of participated in th6 develop But what? "Next is this
ery person operating a motor novices will be so busy experimenting Florida Bureau of Economicand ment of the many data series guess year" now year. And that
vehicle on Florida streets Business Research.At released by the bureau. She of 44t
that they means you've run out excuses.
and highways must have a valid the time of her retire- served In a number of rolesIn II-
drivers license" or restricted going.forget to look where they are ment, she was editor of "The its publications, contributedto II- You can start making plans. And saving for those plans. By $
J. Dan
various studies and research -
to be Florida Statistical Abstract,
Wright, Jr., director of Gov- especially"We want cautions everyone when they projects, and wrote II- opening a savings account with us. e

ernor's mission,Highway"and motor Safety Com-bikes see a youngster atop a brightnew the Eight ProgramsAt many She was reports a member and articles.of the IJe You get high interest for your money. And you get interest -(IIJe

rules are classified as an automobile.under the"same street shiny," Wright, bicycle warned becauseit on, "ex- Foster Park, University's Committee on Interdisciplinary Gerontology, on that interest. compound interest that grows and grows eIJe -IIII

Persons operating motor pect the unexpected with over the
will probably happen. Wedon't January 13-20 and worked extensively years.
bikes are subject to the same students, serving as advisor to "
want anyone's holiday Come Not .next Now.
regulations as an automobile, asenseless Phi Chi Theta, the women's I. see us. year. :
with two exceptions. .the vehicle season marred by Eight dally programs featuring professional fraternity she
have been
must be operated with accident that could an excited singers and instrumen- helped organize In college.As :I 4*
Its light on, both In daylight talists from many com- a research associate,
hours and after dark, and his share child a of little the more right-of-than munities in North and Central .Miss Jones. developed a reporting ::1 I': Passbook Savings Earn Daily Compounded<< .;
the person driving must wear Give a little cautious Florida will be presented at system of statewide : ;
a safety helmet at all times. way. the Stephen Foster Memorial building activity which Is In 1
All motorcycles right downto consideration ARRIVE ALIVE.and let" everyone here in mid-January as the constant use for planning pur '. Interest From Date Of DeposIt To Date faJ
the tiniest minlblkes must 109th anniversary of the noted poses. She worked extensivelywith I
carry tags I if driven on streetsor composer's death Is observedby population statistics and
highways. Floridians out-of-state has appeared as an expert Of Withdrawal ei
Wright said, "We know My Neighbors i visitors to the State of Flori- witness on that subject before
there are going to be many Y da music shrine on the Su- state and federal courts. She
proud children wanting to get wannee River.Individuals also made several population
out on the streets and showoff .J-h ; III\'P,: and groups on studies for judicial districtsIn i NEW CERTIFICATE i ii
their new mode of trans- the diversified programs Jan. the state to determine the F
portation, and we want to make {f '&t )', 13-20 will represent many need for additional judges.
good, safe driving, citizensout 1" ; towns and cities, Including During her career, Miss
of these new operators .. Starke, according to Mrs. Jones wrote a number of sta-
By urging them to obey sound ... W.A. Saunders, Chairman of tistical reports dealing with i DENOMINATIONS !
traffic habits from the first I the Stephen Foster Memorial various aspects of Florida's
day of their new Independence, Board of Trustees. economy and frequently assisted -
Florida's state song, "Su- In preparing reportsfor & -
( 'V' wannee River," and more than legislative committees and -
301 posed by Foster,who died Jan. as well as the business comI I t :
13, 1864, at the age of 37. munity.She INVESTMENT TERM YIELD .

hardly"Gee,wait I enjoyed to see that-I it on tele car>.I Because, the Suwannee of his musical has become genius service has in the a long field record of gerontology of- 1'5 $1,000 For 6 Mos. 5 1/4/ % 4
the world's mostsungaboutriver
vision." and the State of Flo- ber of(aging the )Florida. She was Council mem- ,'* $1,000 4*
rida's 243-acre park and Me- For 1 Year 5 3/4 % 4
Show Begins At Sundowm"FRI.&SAT. on Aging, editing their pub- )
morial are maintained as a lication for a time and serv- 4*
FLORIDA tribute to this outstanding 19th ing on the editorial board. She 'IJ$5,000 For 2 Years 6%
century American composer. also assisted on the local ;It- 4
"4 COCKEYED National Stephen Foster level in planning for the White 4
Memorial Day, Jan. 13, was (House Conference on Aging. '
MASTERPIECE'THFATPF: established by congressional Her contributions In the < Earnings Compounded Quarterly 4*
Joteph Morgenitem, NewnvM | | I LB B resolution In 1951, and two areas of youth and the elderly 4,
later the Jan. 13-19 IJ-
years will continue through her
FRI. SAT. & SUN period was set up for annual affiliation with many organi- 4*

WHO DID IT? observance islative"Because resolution.by of a the Florida wealth leg-of zations community Miss Jones and, state Individuals will, and continue nation.In the to I Ask/ About Our Monthly Income Program J 4 4**

Man's best talent available Stephen Foster serve an an Interviewer for *
Memorial Week for 1973 ItIJ-
friend.. applicants to certain units for
has been extended an extra day the U.S. Army Special Ser- < 4*
or to Include two Saturdays, Jan. vices branch, with which she
13 and 20," Chairman Saun- 4i
? worked for four years during
I a man
ders to noted.all afternoon The public concertsIn Is Invited In World Japan War and n Hawaii., being stationed( ',It- r (Formerly First Federal Savings & Loan Association Of Starke) -'PeEt

/ the Foster Carillon Tower She assisted in planning for, !
.. auditorium. There Is no and participated In the trans- < .(&
-ot charge other than the regular fer to the Army of the FarEast
gate fee for entry into the Club Program of the *

park. American Red Cross, where 4*
A : t" .". k Programs Jan. 13 and 14 her duties required com- *
; : : will begin 2 p.m., and all puting, presenting and defend- 4
others at 1:30: p.m. ing budget estimates to support & e
the annual $3 million
thev program. -- .(&

only HAMPTONBy Miss Jones Is the daughterof e
DeWitt C. Jones and the
2a Evelyn V. Powell late Ada Darby Jones, former "T/ie House Of :
pa.nl, J"11 residents of Starke. Savings"r
An Ingo Preminger Production their Senior Citizens have postponed 4&
Color by DeLuxetd1Myi'R! masters meetings until Febru- 4
ary 2. Many of the membersare

PLUSVANISHING |PGl! METROCOLOR S hospitalized.ill and some We're are hoping still Know Someone In A [GUARANTY FEDERAL!

MOM they will all be back In the
POINT PLUS pink and able to attend CktJg

SUN. & MON. METROCOLOR'"SWEET the next meeting. P// 4t4s

TRASH" Lynn Hall Is back at home. Have them call the CRISIS
The Halls wish to thank the CENTER time
PLUS many friends who visited him night. 804 any SW 2nd day or 1 :
and sent cards making his t STARKE OFFICE
"STREET OF 1,000 hospital stay a little brighter. for help with a variety,of I 44i
PLEASURES"RATED Annette Shealy visited life's problems. I
friends .in Hampton over the
X r holidays. PHONE I t 395 W. MADISON ST. 964-5000 *
Miss Florence Schaub of V
ADM. $1.25 Bellmore L.I., N.Y., and Mr. 376-4444 :frfr

18 Yrs. Up cp MOM and cent Mrs.City spent W. Schaub last Thursdaywith of Cres- I Savings Insured By The Federal Savings And Loan Insurance Corporation 3Ji t

No Babies Mr. and Mrs. W. Fon- .GAINESVILUi l

taine shopping In Gainesville. I ******************************..*****?

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November Property Sales I I S Muck Futch Changing Roles fj!! Dec.Be 31 Used Closing To Calculate Stock Tax

From Prosecutor To Defender 111j''ti.S

., :"::: Florida Department of curities. The Intangible Tax
6th Highest At $343,538November \ Mack Futch, 45yearoldnative Juvenile, and lncompeency"! revenue reminds Intangible was repealed on cash and annuities -

: Gainesville of Starke,, now Is the residingIn new cases, Futch said. Personal Property taxpayers of their to effect In 1972 and Is no longerIn

./ Public Defender of the 8th Under the new set-up, Futch save the closing values 31 1972. The Intangible Tax can be paid
of December ,
Judicial Circuit. will have to spend some time stock as
Bureau January to April and
land sales total of the year are: Jan. $269,800; lIam West of Starke for $17- Estates sold Mr. on administrative duties, but The Intangible Tax discount a
by and Mrs. will
Revenue 4 percent be
This will be a new role for of the Department of
$343,538, sixth highest of the Feb. $220,800 March $192,800 says he doesn't Intend to let
; ; Lyndle R. Kirkley to It the tax Is
Mr. and values allowed. paid during
500.Lots Futch who has the stock
spent past said these
this Tuesday
year including 11 of 12 monthsof April $245,036; May $838,393; seven and eight of Mrs. George J. Domlnlannl of occupy all of his time.lie will be the month of May, a 2
the year, according to tax June $331,966; August $391,198; Corllotta sold by J.D. Erwin Keystone for $13,000. 15 years as Assistant State'sAttorney enjoys courtroom work, and saved by the taxpayer cent discount is granted. The per
stamps on deeds filed In the Sept. $741,098; Oct. $331,450; and R.C. Polhamus to Mr. and Lot 18 In Indian Beach Sub- where his calm, deliberate plans to get In as much of used In determining the amount Is considered delinquentJuly
f>n"inrv clerk's office. and November with $343,538. Mrs. Richard Nipper of Gainesville division sold by Ernestine L. and well-prepared it as hie schedule will allow. of tax due on the Personal taxpayer's Pro- tax 1.Further 1.
prosecutions resulted Inmany
Highest transaction of the November transactions involving for $9,288.1.6i' Eisenacher to Mr. and Mrs. Futch Is a native of Starke, 1973 Intangible June Information can be
convictions of defendants in Tax Return due on
month was a parcel of land containing $1,000 or more are: Raymond H. Breedlove of Ala- criminal the son of Mrs. C.A. Futch perty obtained from any Florida Department
cases. 30 1973.
31 acres on SR-16 sold Lot lOot Sampson Shores acres of land In Sec. chua for $35,000. and the late Mr. Futch. lie Personal of Revenue area office
by Mr. and Mrs. Willis S. Sher- sold by Mr and Mrs. ErnestR. 24-8-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs. In spite-ot this backgroundFutch first practiced law In Starke Florida's Intangible 1/10 of 1 from the Intangible Tax Bureau
Property Tax Is per or -
wood to Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Poteet 11 to Mr. and Mrs. doesn't a
George C. Payne to Mr. and anticipate any after being admitted to the Investmentssuch main office, NorthwoodMall.
Muttox of Starke for $55,000. W.H. Brown of Starke for Mrs. Ray Grlffls of Starke for it's a woman's great difficulty In changing bar in 1950. lie and his wife, cent tax on paper and Tallahassee.
stock bonds se- .
Two transactions tied for second $4,000.Lot $8,500.A hats from prosecutor to de- the former Adeline Ebnet, as ,

highest spot. One was Lot 7 of John's Addition to parcel of land In Sec 10- '" .: fender. "If a lawyer Js qualified have six children._
18 In Indian Beach Subdivision Starke sold by Cleo Andrewsto 6-21 sold by Mr. and Mrs. J.B. t1JJff! in courtroom practice,
sold by Earnestlne L. Elsena- Sarah J. Fulgham of Starke Brown to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. he should be able to represent Year With Changes I Icou
cher to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond for $5,000. Brown and Neta Brown for $5- either side," he said. Florida Rings In New
H. Breedlove of Alachua for Seven Acres In Sec. 34-6-22 -
by MARY LEE THOMPSONDo Futch moved to Gainesville Since few cities
$35,000. The other was 36.- sold by Mr. and Mrs. Graham 000.A parcel of land-ontalnlng two in Florida rang in the new year rts. can comply
1957 with his with It Immediately the Pollution
appointmentas ,
87 acres In Sec. 6-6-22 sold Crews to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- with brand court -
acres in Temple's subdivisionsold yon ever feel that prod- Assistant State Attorney. a new system, All Intermediate courts, including Control Board has been
by Mr. and Mrs. Willis S. liam II, Spivey of Ralford for Oshle Harton to Mr. a tougher law on the treatment
by ucts of of
a decade For justice peace
or so ago several years he was the Issuing temporary operating
Sherwood to Mr. and Mrs. Man- $13,900. of Public
waste Ser-
a new
and Mrs. W.C. Rhoden of Starke gave us more for our only assistant to State Attor- courts, small claims, civil permits to cities and private
sell Ayers of Starke money
for$35,000. One acre on US-301 sold by vice Commissioner, and new
for $2,500.A than the things we buy to- ney Ted Duncan, and was first courts of record, and juvenile plants If they are making a
Monthly K
totals from the first Eunice Shima to Mr. and Chief Justice of the State Supreme -
of land SR-301
Mrs. William E. Lahn of Ver- parcel on day? It wouldn't be surprising assistant for much of the time. : Court. courts, as well as many muni- good faith effort to comply.New .
and SR-18 sold by Mr. and Mrs. cipal courts were abolishedas
non, Fla. for $13,800.A A.J Thomas, Jr. to Mr. and since our memories of the In the September primaries, effect New of midnight Sunday. Year's day was the
Taking Year's
parcel of land on SRS-233 Mrs. L.K. Whitehead and Mr. past are often more nostalgic Futch Was elected without opposition on last day in office for Public
sold by Mr. and Mrs. Mack M. and Mrs. Ralph P, Bryan of than factual. to the post of public Day, the new restructuredcourt Under the new system,mun- Service Commissioner Jess
McRae to Mr. and Mrs. R.G. defender, succeeding R. A. system replaced a icipal courts were given until
Starke for $18,900.Lot Actually, get Yarbrough who was defeated
Polk of Gainesville for $6,250.Lot eight In Plnehaven Sub- value for you dollar more (Buzzy) Green, Jr., who had patchwork of multiple courts 1977 to be phased out, but.20 for-re-election by Republican
your today with a streamlined, two-tier citiesIncluding Starke--
1 of Livingston,Truby andCompany's been public defender since the
division sold by Mary Brownto Paula Hawkins, the first
than before wo-
ever accordingto structure. Adopted
by votersin chose to abolish their city
Addition to Starke post was created. Green was
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Leach, analyst F. Lee Moore, Jr., a referendum earlier this courts of January 1 1. man ever elected to a Florida -
sold by Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Jr. of Starke for $10,400. elected to a circuit Judgeship as Cabinet Yar-
Edwards to W.T. Jackson, Inc. A parcel of land in Sec. 21- of Moore Research Company In the primaries.The year, the new court system Under the new system, there brough's defeat was attributedto

of Starke" for $15,000.A 6-22 sold by Daisy Thompsonto In a wide cross-section! of scope of the public de- into divides circuit all state courts trial and courts will be 261 circuit judges, and his support of rate raises

Ask parcel of land on SR-16 Vernon E. Olin of Starke case histories, he found that fender's office, as with most county 148 county judges. Formerly for several public utilities,

sold by J.D Erwin and R.C. for $2,700. values are ever-increasing in other court functions, is being .. there were 140 circuit judges. while Mrs. Hawkins, of Mait-
Polhamus to Mr and Mrs. Law- 36.87 acres in Sec. 6-6-22 spite of the fact that price expanded under the present --- However, the revision abo- land, ran on a consumer-

Charts r rence Oneal of Starke for $18- sold bv Mr. and Mrs. WillisS. indexes seem to show the re reorganization of the court Survey Says! IndustryIs'I'Itwns' lishes more than 20 part- oriented platform designed to

300.A. Sherwood to Mr and Mrs. verse. system, and the responsibilities llshes more than 200 part- bring "a common sense ap-
E. parcel of land on SR-230 Mansell Ayers of Starke for lIe points out that consumers of public defender now No. 1 NeedThe time and full-time judgeshipsin proach" to problems on the
sold by Baldwin ChevroletOldsto $35.000. extends to misdemeanorcases. the state. commission.Also .
Mr. and Mrs. Dossle V. 2.68 acres In Sec. 6-6-22 sold cannot really appreciate need for new industry
JohnsAbout Wright of Kokoma, Ind. for by Mro and Mrs. William S. the changes that have The office now has three is the most important problem Also marking the start of on January 1, Florida
$5,000. Sherwood to Mr. and Mrs. taken place unless they make full-time assistants, and facing small communities a new year, Justice Vassar entered upon its second year
Lot 4 In Pinehaven Subdivision Charles Zipperer and Mr. and studies of products. over the Futch expects to add one reg- according to a Carlton took over the reins of no-fault automobile Insurance -
survey of the State Supreme Court
This Question sold by Mr. and Mrs. J.D Mrs. George W. Roberts of past ten years or more. Consumers ular full-time assistant and conducted by the American from outgoing Chief Justice Proclaiming the firstyear's
Warren to Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. experience an unqualified -
Starke for $8.000.
and business
"New package policies two others under a Federal Bankers Association Washington B.K. Roberts under a system
are Holloway for $21,000.A 31 acres on SR-16 sold by Mr. constantly substituted grant The three success, State Insu-
appearing for 'offices parcel of land in Sec. 12- new program. D.C. which rotates the honor among Commissioner Tom
retailers and Mrs. \Vlllls S. Sherwoodto and additional assistants will be rance
9-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs D.A. improved products for the seven justices.In : told Insurance
and wholesalers. Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Mut- Involved with misdemeanor, O'Malley companies -
They combine theft, public Drake to Mr. and Mrs Robert tox of Starke for $55,000. old. And comparing like-to- In the survey of 12,500 the field of pollution, to lower their rates
liability and W, Harvey of Jacksonville for Lots 30and 31 of Santa Fe like but omitting the improvements smaller banks (those with resources the New. Year was markedby by 11 per cent.
a great num.ber $5,500.Lot Shores sold by Sophie L. Wolfto hardly tells the Unauthorized of I less than $50 mil a law requiring 90 per Ct it
of optional coverages four In Keystone Club Mr and Mrs. Arthur M. true story. lion) pearl, 75 per' cent of waste treatment of all State Farm Insurance, the

with broad fire coverage Estates sold by Mr and Mrs. Tyson of Jacksonville for $3- For example, some engine the respondents rated new industry sewage in Florida. The new state's largest; auto insurance

at a 10 per cent to 20 percent Richard T. Lovorn to William 000.A. oils today cost as much as 50 Vacation as the number one regulations cover all munIci- writer, went along with the

premium saving. Do** Johnson for $10,400. parcel of land In Sec. 23- per cent more per quart than community need. And 80 percent pal and private waste treat- request, ordering an 11 per
the Lots one, two, three, and four 6-22 sold by James Leach to Norberto Olan, serving ten- ment systems In Florida, and cent reduction in basic no-
Charley E. Johns! Agency -., of John's Addition to Starke they did in 1960, but they of the bankers said they fault bodily! injury rates. O'
Julia A. Davis of Jacksonville year sentence for man- Is termed one of the toughest
invite business!' !'! may cost 50 per cent less per are involved in trying to :
sold by JD. Erwin and R.C. for $33,100.Lot slaughter, took unauthorized water pollution acts in the Malley said he expected other
firms to consult about Polhamus to :Mr. and Mrs.WII five in Keystone Club mile because the oil goes up Christmas vacation as he foster new industry' for their nation. companies to follow suit
these new package policies many walked away from the Ballard
? contemporary. Unfor State Prison Christmas Day.

ONE HEART : ONE LIFE tunately, price indexes reflect According to prison officials, "For each !100 people.! employed HUT FOR TKVC'JimCL.( :
CharilY E. only the 50 per' cent rise. Olan, who was a minimum security by industries' in our

Not only do you get! more inmate, was on a work "Where Service. I N The Netter Idert "
Johns Agency EFFECTS OF TOUAVS toms of heart disease may be community, retail trade goes "
detail helping to feed cattle,
LIFESTYLE ON THE HEART psychosomatic.Vhat are mileage and speed from oil up $l.a million, personal' income -
131- So. Walnut St they? but from gasoline and tires when around he 10:30 simply Christmas"walked morn-off" !goes up $2.D million," SPECIAL

> hon. 964.5070 Part 3 A: Persons who have any which may be higher! priced. : says Thomas R. Smith, chairman -
!5u The
form of heart disease often Nearly every product has Ing.Olan was reported to have of the ARA's Agricultural > 542 clay haler

Q: I understand some symp- become fearful about their more time-saving convenience been tracked by bloodhounds, and Community Banker
\ And let; :New Ford Rake
condition. This
, causes emo- Even a TV show only SR-129 where
.. behind the dairy to Division, and president of the
tional tension which riseto
disagreeable gives costs about five cents including his tracks ended. "We assumehe First National Bank, Perry Or Mo>\cr Free
the set and electricity. must have made prior arrangements -
such as palpitation, weakness, Iowa "It also means five new -
GAINESVILLE to be picked up, Ph \ .
Food and household equip- "
smothering sensations, frequent retail businesses, he said.
said officials.
sighning, or faintness. ment are !good examples of prison GaiiiL\ ilk 3 Mi. North I'.S.': 441 1
These symptoms are usually added value

Business DirectoryAUTO harmless, but the patient believes .I.-LL _e _IL _ft_ _0_ _e_ _ft_ _ft. _8_ 8 8 A . . . .
that his heart conditionis '

becoming worse and that

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES he may be In mortal danger.A .
reassuring talk with a phy- Central Heat
sician will often ease anxiety !
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson Far, Inc.SEEDSPLANTS and relieve the symptoms Does tAlie!

Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Q: Some people are healthy *
to all intents and Completely *
Fin election of Used Cars *
Token On Cadillac Trades W. Rent Fertiliter Spreaders but suddenly develop "Instant" -

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 there heart attacks. Are &
some symptoms that
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS might have forewarned them? &

POWELL'S A: Heart attacks are rarely ,
instantaneous, and most have
Beauty Academy early warning signs, but too J *

Profession In Your Glass Company"Gloss few people pay heed to them. r
L.orn a for example; a radiating pain ?! &
Spar. Tim. Full or Port Far Every Purpo.." which starts In the middle of ; &

Tim. Stare Fronts Mirrors the chest and spreads Into the

219 N.W. 10 th. 378.2766 Tub Encl,sur.s Showers shoulder and down the insideof Ia

Furnitures Tops Glass the arm could be a warn- I-
ing signal. If It Is accom-
Replaced panied by nausea and vomit- r *

El ECTRIC NEW LOCATION ing and sweating, it's a true
danger sign. The safest thingto : :
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville do when a. pain becomes

Of Gainesville. Inc. 372-8191 372.1102 prolonged I is to check your- *
self into a doctor's office or
Repairing And- RewindingNew Used I Santa Fe Tractor hospital emergency room fast, FREE ESTIMATES *
and forget about "Crying
2816 N.W 6th Ph. 372.8318 LONG wolf" *

MOVERS Farm & Industrial' Tractors *

Long Distance Moving Hydraulic Bolts all Sizes Hose Steam& Fitting Q: Why is there sometimes j: 80JOOU. BTU Carrier Furnance $ .OO :

Storage Packing I Cleaner & Chemicals confusion between heart pain jjj Seven Air Supply Ducts
Crating Shipping Sales & Service and the pain of Indigestion'? 795 *

Fre. Estimates Call A: "Indigestion can pro- 3. One Return Air Duct *
Pick Up & Delivery duce symptoms which are very

4488 N. W. 6 th St. similar to those of heart disease tj- All Labor And Materials *
Sometimes the
symp- 4* *
Gainesville, Flo. toms are almost Impossibleto Thermostat Controls *

tell apart However, Indi- I- *

Vim Service, Inc. MUSIC gestion mon. Actual Is much heart more attacks com- *3. 1 Completely Installed *

3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'ville may occur after eating a heavy
372-4271 BALDWINPIANOS meal, and may be self-diag- (Except Electrical Work) :
nosed as "indigestion." .5 *
Q: Is there most risk ofa
BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS heart attack during sexual 23.
GMS., INC. activity? 3*
..(JP/wu, A: "Studies have shown *

there Is very little, if any, *
MUSIC Co. increased risk during this *
period.Q .
C'ville Shopping Cen. *

Sol.Factory.'Pontiac Ports Authorised-S.rvic. 372.5351 that: marriage My neighbor Is not believes advis- Air Conditioning Added 24,000 BTU $590.00 ::

MOBILE HOMES able for her
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla. REPAIRS daughter because -
SERVICE of a heart condition.
372-258 *
Is she right? We Service A II Makes :

..,.Ir 1 S pvn.s, "Inc.Authorled A: "N'o. Most people, AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT *
men or women!, with heart con- 964-7701
Dealer ditions or who have had heart COMMERICAL RESIDENTIAL
For EvanslnterthemSiegltr operations can usually marry
with no difficulty However,
2920 Gainesville N. E. Waldo Rd. Heating & a physician's advice shouldbe 13'

3760691SalesServiceRental Air Condi ting Equip. asked before a woman witha
t heart condition becomes *

Rentals as low as $4.30 per Supplies AwningsAir pregnant. With proper medical : Sawyer Slade Gas *

day Hltch.rs lnstall.d-Com Conditioning 'Installed supervision, most women ,
pie,. Pec.Veh. Service Dept. $650 with heart disease can bear *
fir All Up children safely. : *

3eoler Fan. Kountry Aire 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville For free Information on ,'= 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7701 STARKE, FLA.

Shade Aircraft- Keystone 378-8902 local heart Heart subjects Association., contact your : +++ + ++++*+* ++ + ++ + ++

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Florida Crown Printing. Inc. Jan. 4, 1973 Telegraph, the owners have which can be printed on Florida Crown Printing is one of the
the web offset
press. first such cooperative efforts in the entire

state., if not TilE first. It brings to the

All five publishers are recognized in area a web offset facility which is not

their communities as having the top equalled in the city of Jacksonville.The .

Five Publishers weekly publications in their area. The
Northeast Florida
group has a collective total of 93 years press itself is a wonder of

experience as publishers and printers.All engineering accomplishment. Our ability
have complete to produce 2,3, or even 4 color circularsand
composition departments
Form so the group's capacity for han- publications will greatly simplify the
Printing CorporationFive dling circulars and other publications is problem area businessmen have had in
practically unlimited. the past with getting such jobs produced.The .

press installation was supervised
of Northeast Florida's most Jim Odom
..... ,H' ,. ....... ..... by factory-trained Goss
successful publishers have formed a Green Cove Springs was chosen as the expert. Odom, who has had 18 years

printing corporation with home offices in site of the printing plant because of experience in the printing field' helped in

Green Cove Springs, Florida. four-unit central location to the publications in- the "polishing off" training for head

Goss Community web offset press is the volved and availability of space in the pressman Bryant Crosby and pressman

major investment of the publishers; with CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT building to Ed Morrero. Crosby, who has had 11

complete camera and darkroom facilities house the entire operation. The proximityto years experience in operating smaller

also involved in the initial $90,000 in- the Jacksonville market, where muchof offset presses, also had a period of extensive -

vestment. ifIl : their curcular business will come training at The PALATKA

from, was also a consideration. DAILY NEWS at Palatka.

the name of the new printing corporation.The .... ..-'" .."'.:...5')t'F. ,
five all in ." v- ,,.y
principals, equal partners
the new venture, are publishers of weekly Y-l 1

publications in four counties of the I Goss Community Press

Northeast Florida Crown area. A

James A. Wilson, publisher of the Clay

County Crescent, has been elected

president of the corporation, other of-
ficers and stockholders are: Richard L. Will Fill Many

Holt, Vice President; Grover Ford, Principals of the newly formed Florida Crown

Secretary; Donald E. Dockery, Printing, Inc., are, left to right; James Wilson,
Treasurer; and E. L. Matthews, Richard Holt, Donald Dockery, Grover Ford and E. L.
member, Board of Directors.E. Matthews.

Printing NeedsThe

L. Matthews, publisher of the perience in the publishing field and is
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH in well known in the west Jacksonville-

Starke, Fla., is the dean of the group with Orange Park area. Goss
Community is The casional extra production
Community is
forty as publisher. The a
years designed to meet the needsof demand.In .
TELEGRAPH was established in 1879 Dockery is the owner-publisher of the single width, rotary, unit

and the Matthews family took the reins in LAKE CITY NEWS-ADVERTISER. He community dailies for weekliesand style web press for prin-
high quality
1893. E.L. Matthews took over as took over the publication ten years ago ting newspapers and
newspaper printing with addition, this reserve
publisher from his father when he and has built it into the largest cir products by offset.
excellent halftone and It capacity provides the
finished college in 1932. The culation medium in Columbia County includes paper feed and
reproduction. It basis for quick and
TELEGRAPH is the only weekly (Lake City). The NEWS-ADVERTISER tension equipment.
incorporates of the economical expansion of
and its is mailed many printing units and folder.
publication in Bradford County now to 14,500 residents
the in
design and construction press the future. The
circulation also into the surrounding Lake City.
spills over
features which have made Community enables you to
Keystone Heights and Melrose areas. Its Goss famous The many features and obtain the advantages of
Ford the of the in presses
ever-increasing circulation now stands at youngest group
benefits of the Goss offset
throughout the world for printing at
has made
publishing longevity, a big
4,450 paid. Community four-unit
their ruggedness and minimum cost. Included in
Wilson, before coming to Florida was impact in the Arlington-Southside area dependability.The press makes it ideal for all these advantages are
since he founded
the Jacksonville
publisher of weekly newspapers in Iowa types of web offset prin- heavier solids, less show
Minnesota for twenty TREND weekly newspaper in 1968. The these
and Southern ting. Underlying through, finerreproduction
years. While in Iowa he was a partner in a TREND was recognized as the top Community is benefits is the Goss built- brilliant fine

joint web offset printing corporation. He weekly newspaper in Northeast Floridain designed, built marketedand inreserve capacity, the screen color and com-
has been publisher of the CLAY COUNTY 1971 by winning five state awards in the serviced entirely by result of an engineering patibility with new

CRESCENT since March of 1972. The Florida Press Association Better Goss, the world leader in concept which has made composition methods. .
circulation in all of Newspaper Contest. Besides the TREND leader
Crescent has general newspaper press Goss the world's in
Ford also the DOLLAR .-
.Clay County with many readers across publishes production and service. newspaper presses.Builtinreserve .,.. '
--''''" -The -four-unit Comtwa
SAVER, with ..
the St. Johns River in the Orangedale and a monthly publication "
33,000 circulation in the Arlington- munity Press will produceup
Mandarin areas, and a number of sub- The embodies
Southside He is board member of capacityis to 16 broadsheetor
area. a pages
Duval Average paid
scribers in county. of design leadershipand
assurance a
special the Arlington Council Chamber of 32 pages tabloid. Ad-
circulation is 4,300uth periodic innovation in let-
Commerce and the Florida Press press will not only meet ditional units may be installed -
to area
editions going out 15,000 terpress and offset
Association. present needs, but will to provide extra
boxholders.Holt It
newspaper equipment. measure up to an oc color and page capacity.
reflects the experience
Circulation of
is the owner of the Holt Publishing weekly publications gained by Goss in building

Company, publishers of the Naval Air published by the principals exceeds more web offset
with the addition of Ford'sDOLLAR
Station for the ten
newspapers past newspaper presses than
SAVER the monthly cir-
The JAX AIR NEWS- all other manufacturers
years. culation of the combined is
f Jr.
LATWINGER. the weekly newspapers combined. ; h i
serving NAS Jacksonville and NAS Cecil 197,000 plus. Initially the printing cor-

Field have a combined circulation of poration will print all of the owners
publications plus all other printing jobs
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tension helps prevent web breaks and slurring.

Tension is automatically maintained to original set-
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properly folded papers are produced at all speeds.
WEB Gearing is enclosed for operator safety and min-

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counsel and that the judge must Escapee
Convicted Temple Takes Over J be .
e an attornay."I
feel the city has done Caught .
(From Page l 1)) (From Page 1)) l wr'' the right thing," Pierce said,

r adding: "I've been opposedto (From Page 1))

decided. not to go through with Grlffls said his car was In and played at Georgia Tech. "It Is the most Importantwork the city court for a long
the plan. Gilford said he and the shop, and that Lll had gone Douglas replaces P.T. Nolan the system could be involved time." He pointed out that and Arnold was charged with

Geneva went to Lake Butler the to visit her daughter but hehadn't as purchasing agent.Noin) retired in between now and July in the city court defendants the possession of the drug.
Dec.31. Douglas has been 1." Principals administrative received no trial by Jury and
next day and sighted SherfftWhitehead' been able to reach themon Sheriff Dolph Reddish said
car parked underan the phone. Me told Gilford teacher and dean of studentsand personnel teachers and non- ,,1 Yk were not represented by legal Arnold was being held in jail

oak tree at the jail. They not to talk, and to say he didn't offensive line coach at instruction personnel will all counsel.In for appearance before circuit

went to Geneva's home but know who he talked to If the Buchholz High in Gainesville take part. 1 J 7 cases where a defendant court on the felony charge of

made no further effort to con- phone call was ever questioned under Temple.To "It's a monumental task, th eti'- pleads not guuty! or a felonyis possession"of marijuana.Reddish .
tact the Sheriff Chord said. Upon Gilford's continued Insistence make room for Clark'snew !out committed, the cases for
that he had to have assignment, former vo- a worthwhile endeavor, NI- have been transferredto said at 9:15a.m.
tech school supervisor Foster patrick said stating he will years Wednesday Jailer Samuel Eunice -
(Although not brought out at help, GiifHs advised him to Shi Smith has been reassignedto meet January 10 with princi- I l tr the county. went into the bullpen at

told the trial The, Telegraph Sheriff Whitehead that the "Get In somewhere" and get the vo-tech school as a pals to lay out the plan and rr ll Sheriff Reddish told the the jail to put a bucket in
explain forms each
teacher In the Horticulture principalwill council he has no authority and that Arnold
for Mrs. Tennant to some clothes then head for the room, e-
plan call was him and tell him that the Georgia line. Department. Smith will reach be required to fill out. to make an agreement with the merged from a side door and
Those forms
someone was trying to breakIn On the strength of this taped mandatory retirement age this hours of will require 1 fP h > i city on jail costs, which he ran over Eunice fled down the

her house. "It was a farfetched conversation, Grlffls was summer. patrick many said.Objective research Kil 1 said will be at least $4 per stairway and ran out the

scheme" the Sheriff arrested In Lawtey several days Former Supt. Tom Casey day. lIe advised the council back of the jail to a wooded

said, because chances are a deputy later. He denied InvolvementIn who holds a continuing of the administration L' to meet with the commission, area.

would have received the the plot at first, but when contract as a teacher and prin- is to obtain a wide base and the board agreed. lie said tracking dogs were

call at the office and would the tape was played for him In cipal In Bradford County has of Involvement among all used In an attempt to locate
the Bradford County Jail he school personnel Kilpatricksaid. Reddish said he will work
have gone out to InvestigateIt been assigned as a teacherto the trail of the fugitive also
himself.) grinned and said, "That's me. Bradford Middle School In with the city any pay possibleas wanted in St. Johns Countyfor
all right." the Social Studies Department. long as he has a committ breaking and entering.
The clinching evidence In all Casey will be paid $13,674per By March 15 he hopes to ment for funds to cover his
three trials was a tape record- During the course of the taped equal to the lowest have a first draft. By June increased jail cost. Arnold was arrested originally -
ing made by investigator Carl conversation, Gilford told 30 the report will be com- by the jailer's brother
in the In
paid principal's salary other action, the coun-
Grlffls that "someone better Julius a member of the Starke
Miles in the Union County Jailon ,
system. plete and tied in with the cil
warn Joe because the heat Is
Police Department.Jacksonville.
May 12 of telephone
a new budget. It is required to --Elected Councilman Mc-
The State maintained that Carl
conversation between Gilford on. Mayor proudly displays a plaque
Foster SM
Smith will
submitted to Rae
be the State De- chairman of the council
(then In the sheriffs office) this was evidence Reddish enough although to Incriminate he- continue at his present salaryof partment of Education by Au- citing his five years: service as Starke's last mayor for the second straight year. :::e::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::: ::::::::':"-,: -::::>:s

and Griffls In Jacksonville. was not present ,at the motel 14151. bust 15."This. who' presided over", a city court, headed the Police --Awarded bid on anew 1/2-

Gilford and Geneva had turnedState's meeting.It is the most extensive Department and was Mrs. Joan Hurst, formersecretaryreceptionist Street
Department to Bald-
evidence and Miles council.
per- in the program of its type ever en-
suaded Gilford to place the callto was repeatedly empnasiieu; USO, has been appointed secretary dertaken by the State Depart- Mayor Hurst was< cited by city employees and officials win$3,021 Chevrolet, $25 under for a net Terwll-priceof
GiiffIs at Jacksonville the that
a by prosecution a con- "
number, which later turned out spiracy can be formed by two or to Supt Temple at ment, Kilpatrick said. "It's I at the recent Christmas dinner for his ".. loyal legar Motors on a Ford. DirectoryAuto
Mrs. Alma not aquestlonofwhetherwe're
to be the home of Mrs. Lloutza. more persons, and that each $6,400 per year. to do it we've and dedicated services" as mayor from 196772. Schaefer said he preferredthe
going to
Outlaw wife of Temple sup- got Ford but the council vot-
In talking with Crlffls: Gil person Is thereafter responsible "
ford pretended that he was "on for the actions of any other porter Lavern Outlaw, has do It. ed 3-1 to accept the low bid. Sales and Service

the run" from the State Pri- co-conspirator whether pre- been employed as secretary to at In other action the school City A ires --Agreed to pay Building
Assistant Supt. Kllpatrlck
son and was holed up In the sent when the crime Is actually b-rd: Inspector Oscar Crosby 11 Parruh Motor.
Both these
Johnstown Baptist Church between committed or not. $6,000 secretarial per year.positions have --In reorganizing for 1973 ( From Page 1)) cents per mile for car ex-

Lake Butler and Ralford. been upgraded (salaries Increased elected Rodney Hall chairman Ing its municipal court before The council also agreed penses. ALES i

"Someone has talked Mr. It was also stressed that the ) to more directly reflect for the third straight year Article 5 goes Into effect. once again with Attorney --Agreed to hire one additional SERVICE '
act of forming the plan Is conspiracy named Seeber Goodman as fireman with the VOLVO
Grlffls," Gilford said, "and responsibilities assigned "Somebody got Worried Pterce's reasoning for doing $5,000 PARTS I'
and a crime, whether noted in deIlineating vice-chairman, and changed revenue sharing funds the
they know all about that meet- to them Temple about the revenue, Bays City away with the municipal court.: city
or not the plan Is ever actually I I his personnel its meeting time to 9 a.m., will receive from the county.
Ing in the damn motel." carried out.Reddish an hour earlier. Changing the Attorney George of the Pierce In explanation :- "I feel justice will be ser- Councilmen Orle Wiggins said Always Good U..d Can
day of the lengthy discussion ved to amuchgreaterextent," Ira Laura SI. Ph. 35S(5
changes to the board. meeting from the the council fireman now work 84 hours per
In a distressed voice, Gil did not take the wit- Mrs. Gwen Moxley has been first Tuesday after the first Elzie Jib, Co ln- said Pierce In once again week and that the departmentneeds .
ford told Grlffls he cold stand In his behalf. Monday Sheriff Sanders, urging the council to abolishIts PIANOS
was ness own assigned as receptionist( in was discussed but Dolph Reddish bent two more men to cut
and tired, and hungry, and had The only defense witness used the USO, replacing Mrs. Vera dropped when Finance Officer through Tuesday night city court, an act actually those hours to 56 per week.
to have some help. He asked by the defendant's counsel. Gene DIggs who has transferred to Dorothy Epperson said that already carried out by the The council Indicated it will YAMAHA PIANOS
Grlffls to drive down and pick Shaw and John Kopelousos was the vo-tech school. day of the month allowed time council when it put the matteron consider hiring a second CONN and KIMBALL
Judge Sanders and A.ttoir'eyPierce new
him up, or ask Lil to come. Howard K. Solomon, a former Mrs.: Tom Casey former( for bills to be received by both explain to the the city ballot last September fireman when the new budget ORGANS!:
guard at the Santa Fe prison the school staff and The attorney again pointed -
secretary to the superintendent submitted council that abolishing the city year comes up.
who testified that Chord did has been transferredto to the board for approvalfor court and making arrangements out that under Article 5 Wiggins and Fire Chief Harold -

PLANT NOWI not have a good reputation for the vo-tech center as receptionist payment to have city rts01'et'shoused \ the city court must be abolish Glasgow said the younger -
truthfulness and that he a vacancy created In the counjail ed in three years anyway that firemen are considering
(Solomon) had never seen Red- when the vo-tech finance officer --Was thanked by Townsend entirely two different flatters: U-e( the city has no courtroom quitting If some relief Is not

dish and Chord talking together. Mrs. Linda Norman, resigned Strickland for the clean-up not connected In the jail is condemned, and that forthcoming.
afar\ Way: trial costs in
of Southside Elementary over the city would
to return to employ- Court fees
are one thing it be exhorbltant.
the holiday period. The SS Named Councilman Ode
State Attorney Whltworth ment at the Florida Bank at was explained, while paying
PTA has criticized conditionof Pierce pointed out that und- Wiggins to represent the cityon KIIUAI.I.lER":' ;
pointed out that since Gilfordwas Starke. The former receptionist for prisoners to be kept In
the school rest rooms and er Article 5 defendant the Public Health Advisory OKttANS=
I THI IIST employed In Gainesville Mrs. Eileen Edwards has jail is another. every
COST NO MORI! assumed Mrs. Norman's du- the general unclean conditionof must be provided with legal Committee. Kllo..ltIaJl3IUIH5lS:
under the work-release program -
the school. Strickland said
The council again caHie
he and Reddish had to
the school clean
was Tuesday
ties.All back to the same problem it
do their conferring at night, morning when school FURNITURE
1VOWPECANS these reappointmentsare resumed has been facing when con-
PLANT during hours when Solomon was made through June 30, He thanked three sidering housing its
not on duty and would not have the end of the budget year school board members for soners. Something wtfUld Own haveto Dfi- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home FURNITUREAT

seen them. Supt Temple said, indicatinghe visiting the school. be done to vastly ijnpr-ove DISCOUN .

Reddish is serving a double thought the new assign- the city's condemned Jail, Or Complete
PEAR life sentence for the shotgun ments necessary but that --Was told by Madison a new (one would have to be STARKEPHONE Household I
major changes will wait until Street Baptist Church Pastor built. That .
slaying of a Union County seems to be put ,
PEACH deputy Hal Croft and his assistant he has had a chance to see Denton Sumrall there is present of the question. : !)61-0200) Furni.hipgftUp

Ronald Jackson, a nep- how things are going. locally a "growing pre- Rentol To 40'% Savings
valence of Alternative is working
And drug use... to the out
hew of Sheriff Whitehead Red- Asked by the school board extent that some students are an agreement with the County Hospital Bed, Walkers Wheel Chair & Crutches. Baxley Choir Co.
dish fired on the men when
"f'SHADE' arrived at his home March If the mulltple changes In chronically absent from Commission whereby the city KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
23 1961 with a warrant for positions would cost more( than school. Supt. Temple said he will reimburse the county {or 64? Co itt 1 Blorlr

TREES his, arrest on another charge.In is now being paid out in admInistrative would contact the Region 2 its Increased jail costs. The PHONE J7.1-.il76: : From 1.10Jocksonrlll.
salaries,Temple Criminal Investigative Department council will meet with the .. 31741ItCl

NOW his initial meeting with said the cost will be about In Gainesville,head- commission Monday.

Gifford, he told the latter that the same. ed by Chief Investigator Ron

he has been approved by officials Stanley, for a possible Investigation -
3.49 UP at Santa Fe for a fur- "We hope to reflect a decrease of drug use in Brad- "B wu7TeaI 1fU( rLyhr"

lough, but that Sheriff White- in administrative salaries ford County. ., ..,N- .
Talla- in July (the new bud- B' / I Irlala.wow
head had blocked It in c
BesclndeJ its
) said previous
get Temple indicating
hassee because Whitehead
was former N09TESS 9ERVINa PLATTER
FLA.PEATBu..67 action agreeing to pay
major changes come then. '
afraid Reddish might kill him may r()
Supt. Tom Casey some $1,500in
The school board
If he came back to Union County. changes with single approvedthe vote vacation pay for days not "( !

taking them all at once. Ma- taken off when Chairman Hall r 1f ( : :
Gilford said he did not want jor concern was that costs be read an opinion from State Department / 1 6 ,1 i S"T ih ,, .

to carry a gun on the photog- held within the budget.As Legal Counsel \
raphy job, but that Reddish Charles Minor that such an I, RatiM3tlYfeA1
wanted him to because "White- expenditure for elected offi- e- e

RYE head will be armed" and might assistant superintendent cials Is unauthorized.

shoot Gilford. Kilpatrick will draw a salaryof it 'r r : r t t t
$17,45) equal to the high- Casey, present at the meet- t ( .t t

GRASSFor Reddish's attorneys were est paid principal's job, that Ing, said that was the first HOME

given 15 days by Circuit Judge of BHS Principal Charles he had heard of the matter. ENTERTAINMEN1n _
Francis. Ktlpatrlck's Rank 1
John Crews in which to file Casey stopped payment on the
certificate and years of experience school board check Tuesday PORTABLE
a motion for a new trial. A.K. I
a Greener Lawn Black of Lake City, who defended acutally entitle himto morning. Board Attorney Gene < AUTO PHONO'

Mrs. Lloutza and Grlf about $1,000 more In sa- Shaw concurred with Minor Nn.M seas srer.hee.,1e. .. _

fis, was also given 15 days from lary. that elected officials can- j ./.."...all...MP.s39.f '
the date of their convictions in not be paid for accrued leave .' -... /J. .
which to file similar motions. But Supt. Temple explained but are due only the salaryof c S ,JUIUICUdf 11.SpaneA'rWayroom
Lb.501b. that if Kilpatrick drew a high- the offlce. Appointive per- \ '- ;: :"

Conspiracy carries a maxI- er salary Temple's salary sonnel can, however, be paid : ,
Sunpluxit Sponi.tl itylln with
6.99 mum penalty of five years. would automatically go up because for accrued leave, Shaw said PORTABLE AUTOMATIC ....._.d eomlorl. Walnut' b..... ('rKuil
$39995 3-Pc.
tuli.d tight Mot 3 loot.. .h.d bach Group Includes:
Members of the Reddish jury of a policy of payingthe PHONO WITH I4M/fAA.. cmhJont, Group 'Irtclud. 97 iota and 2 ?
h .. ,. ,
b Kfc choir Cholto ofCoppor
--Set an Investigation: in the complim.ntan' W" Sp..h Sa'a
were Jack McComb, chairman; superintendent five per RADIO or M.... Csmprn a$429" 2 wlh-e H.b.a C..,,,
lOOLbl2.49dCON Eston Jordan, Albert Foster cent more than the highest centralized lunch system in

Levy Lennon Walter Perkins, paid administrator. which served the same on the meal same wouldbe day KROEHLER Relaxers _. ,..,..'"M'. r".n..1 .:: "
and Benjamin Clark. s99vs .... nell.n'.. final
all over the county. Chairman .hx ,lonh/w....
"I don't want that to
Hall pushed the Idea and Die- iii -
happen," Temple told the tician Sue Chapman said she r MODERN JUMBO ,JUMBO 3-WAY

Robberies board. His salary will 00$18- also favors that practice.Set N.a -'area RECLINER RECLINER :,
eVlllen rM e.l.l '
324, the same as Casey's was
as superintendent IS" PORTABLE TV s-b.eslMaa.w.nw. IIIMw k.x.n. ;I. :-,=:.t iltl =N/F r;
KILLS RATS (From Page 1)) -- an Investigation atTemple's M-nJ'.,DMarsNV /.1-d.d el.l o.w rM./N al.cal.NI.MW a.a. o.Id _
suggestion, into

and MICE .I cribed. Clark will draw $16.379 In steps that can immediatelybe $8995 $12995

-- Police think that there might his new position, the same taken to remedy an Insufficient VN11-1 Svly.rowZ ,. -K .A
-:;:; have been another person Involved he drew as assistant superintendent custodial staff. Action Up hail ew139t

In the crime. Smith will be a will be taken this month, Tem- W

Sammy Smith, resident of $14,151 classroom teacher in ple said. Hall suggested em- pif MODERN 3-WAV/\\
Cold the Westmoreland Trailer the vo-tech school and Casey ploying a professional clean- MODERN ,

Park, was at the Red Honey will be a $13,674 teacher in ing firm might be considered.Set 12" PORTABLE TV h 3-WAY RECLINER RECLINING ROCKER :
the middle school. N.-w roM.M.a..n,p.w r.IM..M.. ,.wM..n. nonooi nrftw kod.:
juke joint last Monday
morn- -- a study of the school J __ Somr-otnihM __
loot Con'"
no eip.r.aA e""e.e
Weather ing at 5:43 am. when on maintenance staff when Tem- pov =: smw I .,,ow. ;1 a/la N.--IheML Cobm blodt, .
the way out he was jumped Douglas will draw $8,500as ple said 3 1/2 employees are y r.xdbri ., 't
Drives from behind by an armed rob- purchasing agent, equal to insufficient to maintain all I
ber and was told to give the a teacher's salary plus two the school heating and cooling $99M $9995. 1' :

Them culprit all his money. months summer work. Nolin equipment plus regular main- f'COMIPAAE AT $110 b Lw COMPARE AT $110 .
and maintenance u-rrl.e
purchasing agent -
InsideMeal Smith did as ordered and supervisor. Mrs. Ruth --Voted to write P.T. NoUn -- -
forked over $94 In cash, according COLOR
Darley secretary to the purchasing a letter of appreciationfor TV w v

Pellets Denton DeVoe.to City Policeman agent, received a $50 his services to the countyas E[ ONPEDESTAL 1 *OH ._.......,...'.-,....... -, ,., ; PAIR
per month pay Increase, to an educator. Casey praised $ __h......._ .........
STANP .......Choioe ...___..
$6,135, In the reshuffling. Nolan for "his desire to do
$251.63 stolen from the
u.1.57 was 5'd.
Stationon things right adding that NoUn -
Super Test Service
Walnut Street last Wednesday Kilpatrick will resign from worked with very little anM,dwhw M MODERN
Alachua County effective Feb- maintenance money and put b
afternoon when attendants .r' ; PULL-UP CHAIRS
The ruary 2, and will use Januaryas together purchasing system ._ ,, _' /M
were busy servicing cars. vacation while drawing which many counties have attempted $379v5 c.xM ,M....dw.bM.... ..m..-.... Md wwrhd.......
l cash was in an unlocked a NIN U CN r::-.nx" .mnrNwNwe wane s ,,
V1stOONTROL EST drawer according to the report accrued vacation pay. Duringthe to mimic hM.AK--.;-. Chx.-- -N::+.ry weg
by Patrolman Kenneth month he will serve as
: Carlton a consultant to the Bradford IhE Ole I6m& rv.hJaao gnr.n.MULTITRUCKLOAD .

board on day-to-day basis at aed CARL 1904
a (IipcAl eo the same per day pay rateas
his $17,451 salary. He will BSTABLISHED

'Mall .. LHllll'C NII assume his duties here full
Open All Day W.dnt day l vt IsN I time In February.
964-5745 i ,'aTRAVFC Kilpatrick Temple said
will head up the state required .NT."TAIN".NTOVER
comprehensive planning stu- THE SOUTHEASTReddish
539 t.: Call St. Starke Co.9ti .
1\ 14 dy. In 'describing that studyto "A knocker Is always on

the board, Kilpatrick said: the outside of a door."

facie R Telepraoh Ian. 4. 1973

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1 rtrrapI Keystone Heights Area News

-- -- -- -

= -' Busy Council Session

Expected l Next Tuesday

Keys tone H Hi ties *SS; 4907 Wharton .. .,.

o r ] 1tMr. Action on Mayor Starnes' members, due to the resig- Force colonel and now an ?t-
veto of the proposed new utility nation last summer of Hunt-- structor in the Keystone
tax, the swearing In of ley Redfearn Jr., and a veto Heights High School who was
KEYSTONE GARDEN CLUB Martynola and Adelma Tor- sunny days. new officials, and the appoint- override requires a four- successful in his first bid for
OF THE LAKES res, drove up from their home Mrs. Foster Howell has returned ment of Police Department fifths vote. public office.
In Hialeah home after spending the personnel Council committee One of the first orders of Cole, a personnel relations
The Garden Club of the Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mle- Christmas holidays with her chairmen, and the city clerk business of the new council specialist with GE, was born
Lakes met on December 28 rick of Postmasters Village ton, Bob, and his family at will make for a busy session will be to approve or rejectthe and reared In north central
at the home of Mrs. Florence entertained with an open house Sea Island, Ga. when the Keystone Council con- Mayor's recommendationsfor Alabama and came to Floridaas
Harris. the ladles enjoyedthe last Friday, which was en- Mr.. and Mrs. Robert T. venes Tuesday night for the Chief of Police, and other a part of a transfer of
exchange of Christmasgifts Joyed by many of their friendsand Henderson and family traveledto first meeting of the new year. other police personnel. The personnel at GE. He and his
which were of the gar- neighbors.Also Lincoln, Ala. to visit Ann's Council will also appoint a wife and two sons, Bret, 15,
dening nature and saw a film entertaining last Fri- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Council Chairman Everett city clerk. Fire Chief, and and Clay 12, rented a homein
on "Wild Flowers" which was day were Mr. and Mrs. ET. Peoples, over the holidays. 4 .....,"I-- ,...,. Fox says he will bring up the chairmen of the Council's Gainesville for a year and
presented by the hostesses, Martin and Mrs. R.L. Walker Their daughter, Lynn,has also utility tax veto under old busi- standing committees.Two then moved to Keystone about
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Keneth with a party held at the Key- been home several weeks from Robert ness, meaning that It will takea new City; Councilmen eight years ago. .
Cooper. stone Woman's Club, which Auburn University; Mrs. JR. Clare unanimous vote of the four will be sworn in after the old Cole feels that there Is not
was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Watson have Honored On 50th Anniversary incumbent council members In council adjourns. They are enough offered for the young I'
NEW ARRIVAL The Keystone Volunteer returned from spending order to override Starnes' Bill Cole, and employee of people in Keystone Heights,
Mllissa Kay, born December Fire Department held their Christmas with their respec- opposition of the proposed general Electric in Gainesville and hopes to do what he can
29 at the Fort Bragg Army annual New Year's Eve party tive children and grandchildren. Cdr. James Clare hosted a troit Steel In 1963 and movedto across-the-board five per who was high man in to remedy this situation
Hospital In Fajettevllle, N.C. at the Fire House for their They stopped In Live beautiful party of around 85 Keystone Heights In 1966. cent utility tax.The"old coun- the December election, and Eda. through the Council. Another
made her appearance Just In members and guests. Oak to spend some time with guests for his parents, Mr. They have one son, Cdr. cil" is composed of only four Tlmmlns, a retired Air thing he is sure the city needs
time for a 1972 tax deduction.The Here's wishing you and their daughter Aggie, and her and Mrs. Robert R. Clare, Clare, and one granddaughter to do is build a sewage ll,.r.
proud parents are Mr. yours a very happy, safe and husband. Ron Green, and, to celebrate their 50th Wed- Terry. "::: :::::::;::;:;::ft&ra:::: ::::::&:<:::::::': : 8' ;:::;:::::::;:.,.:<; :*:;:::' ::>'=::: :* tern, to keep from eventually
and Mrs. Kenny Thompson, prosperous New Year. their children Carrie, Kathy ding Anniversary,on the even- Mrs Clare wore a gold a polluting "our beautiful
and maternal grandparentsare and Kelly and then traveledon Ing of December 15 at the brocade gown and was pre- News Notes lakes." Another area of con-
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ben- John and Sandy WIlcox have to Valdosta where they Keystone Heights Woman's sented with a corsage from "l cern to Cole is law enforcement -
nett of Keystone Heights. returned from Pensacola visited their son, Lt. Col. her son for the occasion.The : He says that Keystoneis
where they spent Christmaswith Alfred Watson and his wife Club.Mr. traditional three-tiered ? By Helen Egan at the point where It needs
COMMUNITY CHURCH his parents. John Is in Barbara and their boys, Tom and Mrs. Clare were wedding cake was cut by Mr. better protection and the ex-
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONThe law school at the Universityof and Bob. The Watsons from married on January 2, 1923 and Mrs. Clare with their penditure of additional funds,
Community; Church Florida, and Sandy is the Valdosta spent New Year's In the Second Presbyterian son's Navy dress sword and NEW YEAR GREETINGS on the program of revenue If necessary, for this purpose.
Women will hold their first Art teacher at the Keystone weekend In Keystone. Church of Portsmouth, Ohio, the tables were beautifully Activities of interest to Key- sharing which each county and Timmins received a disability -
meeting for 1973 on Monday, Heights High School. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Watkins with the Rev. Hugh Ivan Evans decorated, carrying out the stone Fellowship Club mem- city should participate In. He discharge from the Air
Jan. 8, at 7:30: p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. George Bush of Nelson's Point enjoyed a officiating. Golden Anniversary color bers as to programs of the specified several benefits that Force several years ago with
Educational Building. Please enjoyed a visit last week with visit from their grandson,Ed- Mr. Clare retired from De- scheme. past and programs offered in AARP membersshouldbeprl- the rank of Colonal. Since
note that this Is an evening Johnny and Linda Bowles of win W. Best, and his new the future: vileged to enjoy, including then he has received his Mas
meeting.The Pensacola.Lt bride, Karen, for Christmas Swiss Broccoli Bake On December 28 the Game transportation facilities, recreation ter's Degree In history from
Reverend Drake, pastorof Col. James A. Peterson, dinner. The Watkins'daughterand Day of the Club was enjoyed social services to the University of Florida and
the Church of God In Mel- son-in-law of the Jim Ches- her husband, Mr. and Mrs. with a good attendance. Grover the aged and the poor, and is now teaching senior grade
rose, who had planned to be singtons, has recently moved Edwin L. Best, new to Mu- Benham, newly installed health programs.On social studies In the Keystone
on the November program but from his post in Dayton, Ohio nich, Germany to spend the tresurer, served as masterof behalf of members a of school. He Is a specialist In
unable to be with us, will and is stationed in Washington holidays with friends from ceremonies, and Ed and AARP Chapter 1118, President Latin American affairs.
give an Interesting and Infor- D.C. and is working in Deland who will be In Ger- Lilly Roberts hosted the social F.I1. Simmons presided at a Timmins has owned a home
mative program on his bird the Pentagon. Jim is mar- many for a year, working with hour with refreshments. meeting of the four county in Keystone Heights since
carvings. He will have a dis- ried to the former Mae Ches- the Messerschmldt Companyas Looking ahead in 1973, the committee members on December 1946, where he resides with his
play to show and explain his s Ing ton and they have two a loan from the General Fellowship Club will hold its 28 in the Interestof wife, Carrie Lou, and two
fine work. children, Chris and Julie,who Electric Company.Mr. monthly covered dish luncheon constructing of Community sons, Ed. A., Jr., and JohnF.
Please don't miss this pro- are well known In Keystone. and Mrs. Art Klefer meeting at the Lions Club at Center In Melrose with revenue ., who are students at the
gram as It Is something different Sylvia and Pricllla Dodd entertained several friends 12:30: p.m. on January 11. The sharing funds. After University of Florida. They
and very unusual. Feel have returned to Bob Jones and neighbors on December ;/ newly Installed officers will much discussion, two mem- also have a married daughter,
free to bring your friends University in South Carolina with a buffet in their homeon .'t:i. preside under the presidency bers of the committee, who mrs. Paula Strider, who resides -
who might be Interested and after spending their Christ- Paradise Point Ed and : of Lester Sheets. Dues of are also members of the Mel- In Massachusetts Mrs.
enjoy this unusual program.A mas vacation with their mother Julie Rodgers of Crescent City ""' $1 will be collected at this rose Volunteer Fire Dept., Timmins is president of the
Circle count of attendancewill Mrs. Fred Dodd. I also and Jack and Margaret De- 7..'f',;7: time. Secretary Jake Hess were selected to discuss the Keystone Ladles Golf Qsso-
be taken, so don't dis- learned from Mrs. Dodd that qulne of Leesburg were out will issue membership cards plans with Fire Department elation and vice president of
appoint your leader. she graduated from Santa Fe fo town guests. ::: for the new year. officials as to Joining with the Keystone Heights Woman's
Junior College on December Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Newmanhad ... :.o:; Everyone missed Julius and them In enlargement of the Club.
14 with her LPN Degree and the Chrlstoffers clan for Fern Hanson at the Game Day. current plans for the local In looking forward to accomplishments -
PERSONALS will start working January 8 Christmas dinner. Gall has A "meal-in-one"trim the crust menu of helps this cut food, low costs cost just Swiss as quick Broccoli as but Fern suffered another at- fire department building thus In the new year, iii
at Alachua General Hospitalin been home from Montreat for you Bake.can Such favorites as bacon easy, Swiss cheese, broccoli and tact of nasal bleeding, andJu- enabling the community to .ChaIrman Fox predicts that
Gainesville. Congratulations the holidays, Terry and Don onion blend into a tasty, economical main dish-under a lius has been advised by his build a Community Center. the city will further Its nego-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds Mrs. Dodd! Norris came down from Jacksonville tender basic biscuit dough, rolled thin in the manner of a doctors to start living a rather After this conference, the tiations with the Keystone'
1 of Lakeview Drive enjoyed a Mrs. Ruth Carlson of East and Bert and Gina deep dish pie.Enriched quiet life. committee will arrange fora Water Works possible purchase -
I visit from their daughter and Hartford, Conn spent the Chrlstoffers from Talla- self-rising flour makes home baking a "snap" be. For the first time in many meeting with the fire chief, of the facility, and will
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Christmas and New Year holidays hassee. Dot reported a fun cause it contains the salt and leavening, preblended in just- months, Marian and Harrison, and from there,the four county; start laying' the groundworkfor
Charles Hoffman of Texas, with her daughter and day for all. right proportions for perfect results every time. This simple Batchelder, and Marion and commissioners. The aim is tc future construction of a
over the holidays. son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Magann, basic biscuit dough contains only three ingredients: self-rising Houston Driscoll were able to ask for a share of the revenue sewage disposal system. A
Mrs. Eddie Cardenas had a T ller. This was Mrs. Jr. and their family, Shan, flour, shortening and milk. attend Game Day. Returningafter sharing monies, as Mel special Council meeting was'
house full of guests over the Carlson's first trip to this Mandy, and Shad, and David No need to worry about nutrition in this casserole, either.In a long summer hiatus rose is at the corner of four held last week to determinewho
Christmas and New Year Holi section of Florida and she and Lorraine Schaeffer spent provides addition to the amounts vegetables of, the nutrition enriched, the self-rising B-vitamins-flour were the Lewis Watsons of counties: E.W. Revels at would sign the necessary
days. Her two cousins and said It is beautiful country Christmas day with their thiamine,generous niacin and riboflavin-and the minerals, iron and Peek Island, Me. and Inter- chairman of his committee; papers to receive grants and s1
their families, Mr. and Mrs. and would like to order more mother, Mrs. George Schaeffer calcium, nutrients needed daily for good health. lachen. Jerry May, of Alachua; Lew- loans from the Federal government
and sister Martha.Mr. Swing Broccoli Hake John Hersey has been on the is Watson of Putnam; and Do- for preliminary plan
and Mrs. Robert Price sick list for sometime, and he nald McRae of Clay County.Mr. ning for the new facility Fox'
of Nelson's Point have returned 6 servings too has been greatly missed. McRae was elected chair- said. It was decided that the
home after spending a 1 package (lOoz.) frozen 2 cups enriched self-rising Bill Plnon has Improved and man and will preside at future papers should be signed by the
NOW OPEN few days and Christmas with 2 medium broccoli onions spears sliced '/ to flour scup milk attended Game-Fun Day aftera meetings of the four-county mayor and the City Clerk.
their daughter and son-in-law, in rings 4 cups ((1 lb.) shredded setback a couple of weeks committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Hunt 2 tableapuun butter Swiss cheese ago, having had a slight In-
and five-year-old grand- Mi cup shortening 1 cup crisply cooked and Jury. AARP OF KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE daughter, Kelly, In Atlanta. crumbled bacon Those who are not able to S.E. MCKAY
Mr, and Mrs. Durrell Vin- MELROSE COMMUNITY attend meetings of the Melrose
cent of Orange Park enjoyed Cook broccoli according to package directions; drain. Saute CHAPTER AARP Chapter, but would like to get REALTORKeystone
Christmas Eve dinner with the onions in butter until limp; set aside. Cut shortening into The fine Christmas luncheonand acquainted with In
STATIONCLOSED flour until mixture resembles crumbs. Blend in enough everyone 473-4816
coarse meeting on December Hts.
Fox family Khett! program the Keystone area and have an
milk to make a soft dough. Turn onto lightly floured surface
(Butch) Fox was also home for 21 was not scheduledto opportunity to become Informed
SUN. & MON. and knead gently 30 seconds. Roll dough: into ll-inch square HOMES ACREAGES
the festivities for a few days. and fit into 8-inch square glass baking dish: flute edges. Layer have any business session, of National ARPr pro
HIGHWAY 21 N. KEYSTONE Herb and Charlotte Nelsonof top with Vi of the cooked onion rings and Vi cup bacon. Arrange but a matter came up that was gram, are cordially Invited to RENTALSMrs.
Jacksonville were down to cooked broccoli spears on top. Layer remaining cheese necessary to consider. Ber- attend the meeting this afternoon -
HOURS: visit Herb's parents, Herb onion and bacon on top. Bake in preheated 450 oven 20 to nard Nash of the staff of Jan. 4, at 1:30 in the M.lba H9.n 473-4740.
and Lola, on Christmas Eve. 25 minutes. Serve immediately. AARP In Washington, D.C. Community Church educational Col./ J. Chessinyton413.4679
8:00 TO 5:00 Charlotte's parents from Spoon flour into dry measuring cup; level. Do not scoop. forwarded In memo to all building. These meetingsare
Cocoa were Joining them In NOTE: If all-purpose flour is used, add 1 tablespoon baking chapter presidents to the a effect purely social and do notCon't L J, Robinson 475-1041
Jacksonville for Christmas powder and 1 teaspoon salt. Casserole may be decorated that committees be ap- Paschel 473.4058e'
dinner. with baked biscuit cutouts if desired. pointed and take action soon ( To Pag* 16)) Carr

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The Richard Manuscript"Free

from the coroding cares of life "

Sixth Installment a manuscript tines his account of a trip The sugar cane has becomeso table product that can be cultivated -
++= written In 1843 by John over the old Newnansvllle Incorporated with the by the Florida plant-

Charles Richard (pronounced road! from MIddleburg to Ala- growth of this soil that It ers.
El-chard'), great-grandfather chua County during which he may now be considered as an
of Mrs W. J. Epperson of passed through the area that indigenous plant. It will The great length of the cul- 7G4dN,,; v
Starke, and father of Capt. Is now Clay and Bradford flourish in any part of Flo- tivating season allows It to
J.C. Richard, one of the first Counties describing the rida and since the enactment grow much higher than in Mississippi -
merchants on Call Street. In plants that are adapted to this of the present tariff will doubt and Louisiana, and the
this chapter Mr. Richard con- type of soil and climate.) less become the most profi- hammocks from the depth and
richness of their soil enable
the cultivator to plant It for

many successive seasons
etJiTORiALs without exhausting the t41IL
strength of his land. The labor l
required to raise this 4Drf
product Is much less than v M. "

that bestowed upon cotton,
tobacco, or even corn, so that
"A Brave Little Cuss"The the poorer class of farmersin
Ga. and S.C., who exist

upon the precarious profits ___ "
of the small patches of cot-
old interviews with President charged with mediocrity has launcheda ton they are able to attend, '

Truman, rerun by the television net- whole series of farsighted plans will find it greatly to their

works on the sad occasion of his for world reconstruction; that a man advantage to Immigrate here it

death last week brought more good accused of being an enemy to pri- and the undertake cane. the cultivationof r- _

commonsense, more fearless vate enterprise has been head of the

straightfromtheshoulder talk, and government during the period of One man can attend three

more down to earth philosophy than greatest prosperity for private enter- acres of sugar cane to one of 4 W1T.

had been heard by the American peo- prise; that a man accused of betraying cotton with the certainty of y, b 11'Otmai.
his crop yielding him $60 to
the New Deal has foughtone
in all the since
ple years he left the acre, independent of the
the White House. Congress after another for pro-
Incessant attention cotton requires
gressive legislation." in the field. The labor "::;.

Gone was the doubletalk and the expended by poor farmersIn ";;., \\II1V If S HISTORYInterior .::'
credibility gaps that have all but It Is interesting to note that Mr. preparing It for market ....... \
after it is plucked Is Immense.
severed communications between the Truman tried to get a system of
Few among them are rich
White House and the people in recent national health insurance some thirty enough to afford a cotton gin.
Here years ahead of present efforts in In fact the small amount they
was a common ,
of the famous Hoover Bros. Studio on E. Call Street is shown in this old
ordinary guy--one who did not seek Congress.His that are able somewhat to cultivate superfluous renders and photograph that will bring back memories to several generations of Starkites who visit-
the but who faced to
presidency, up they are consequently obligedto ed the Hoover brothers, Frank and Joe, to get their "pictures struck" from the cradleto

it with cool self-confidence and unlimited in firing General extract the dirt and seed the grave. Measuring chemicals at center is Joe Hoover, while assistant, working
when it was trust courage
courage hands
with their
a process
under the hood at right is believed to be Wills. Frank Hoover likely
upon him. Douglas MacArthur, a popular military laborious and extremely te- Jerry was quite

hero, would have fazed many a dious. Whereas the sugar cane behind the lens on this occaslion.

You knew he was honest; maybeif -- Truman lesser man saw in it the as White a job House--but that "hadto only through requires it often enough the plow to sup-run :::::;:,:;::.:.,:.::.::.,:.::.,:.::.,:.;:.,:.;::.;.::.:;..:..:..:..:..;....;..;....;...,...;...;...;...;...;....,..,..:..:.:':..".':.u."':"..".."..':."...".."..'.;'..;.'.;."..'.;-...'.;.'.;.'.;.'.;.'.;'.;.'..:.;.'..;..;...;...;....;...:-..;.....;....;...;................'...:...................;...;...;...;...;..;....,...;...:..........................................................,......,...,...:....:...,..,....,..,...,...,....,..,...,....,..,...,...,....,..,....,..,....,..,....,..,...,.......,.......................,.........................................................,..........
such a thing is possible--a bit too the The and
press grass. sun
honest for his own political good, be done--and I did it. climate do the rest, and afterIt Important culture. Lands unfit associations and upright in all

shooting as he did from the hip and has become matured. It Is for anything else will yield his dealings. Such is the con- County Agent News

letting the chips fall where they may. What the ultimate decision of his- only required to cut the cane, the greater number of these dition and character of a ,

But at least you knew where he tory will be concerning his decisionto extract the Juice by means of fruits congenial to this cli- respectable southern planter.No .

stood, which is more than Can be drop the atom bomb on crowded rollers to the ,consistency and then boil of sugar it off mate.trogarded Before In the population country re-and country has ever yet By Bobby L. Taylor

said for the present occupant of the Japanese cities remains to be seen, all which can be dpne by two wealth the orange and fig had made rapid progress in population -
White House. but Mr. Truman says this did not persons and a horse. become articles of export.Exploring and wealth whose form Had a good visit with Fred- be one of the top vegetable
cause him the loss of any sleep, parties have frequently of government has been frequently die Watterson and Elwood producing areas In the State.
Tobacco from the common discovered groves of changed and controlledby Padgett last week as they There is no better time to
because the alternative would have
He has"been described as a coura- Virginia to the superior Ha- different dynasties. No and start than 1973.
these delicate fruit growingIn were grinding cane making
geous fighter... "a brave little cuss" been the loss of perhaps half a vana can be cultivated over the midst of hammocks, matter how salubrious the climate syrup. This is not an ususual

... and the people believed in him, million American soldiers in a direct the whole Territory with this probably planted by the how rich the soil, or activity, but It Is certainly '.
knowing full well that he was landing in Japan.In advantage over most other Indians. how varied the productions of uncommon now-a-days because It's a woman's
"doing his damndest" to fulfil the places. The vanilla, which Is Nature may be, it is stability I only know of about -
found Indigenous In the woods There varietiesof alone that encourages immi- three patches in j
are many sugar-cane
the words of one commentator:
duties of President-- and what more can be mixed with it, there- the grape found here Indigenous gration, and guarantees a Bradford County and only two ( 'tff@g
could any man do? "Mr. Truman did not read the public by affording a flavor equalto to the country, and ofa wholesome enforcement of the people who make syrup. The

opinion polls before making his the best weed of Cuba. most luxuriant growth; a laws. Let a civilized com- other is Rasty Mann in
Because of his complete lack of difficult decisions. He knew instinc- (Editor's note: Mr. Richardwas circumstance showing the munity once become accus- Brooker. '
pomposity and his ability to remain tively what would be the popular thingto referring to "wild practicability of establishing tomed to an established sys- When menus call for hard-
vanilla," a plant of the aster vineyards here. Indeed, the tem and their energies will The only difference in the cooked eggs, nothing can be
just what he was--Harry S. Truman-- do in every case. But over andover family found growing In the writer has been informed that bring forth prosperity and equipment or method of more frustrating than an egg

even while occupying the White House, again, he did the unpopular Southeastern U.S. Its dried whilst the western section of ease. making syrup Freddie and El- that won't peel well.

It Is natural, perhaps, that he should thing simply because he felt it to leaves are sometimes mixed the Territory was under the wood were using than that I
be somewhat underrated in his role be the right thing in the better long- with tobacco.) jurisdiction of the French, Florida has been peculiarly remember helping with sev- For near-perfect results,

of President at the time. History term interests of the country." such was the success attendingthe unfortunate in this respect. eral years ago was they hada home economists suggest that
It has already become a cultivation of this fruit Although blessed with the climate tractor pulling the cane mill the uncooked eggs be.placedIn
judges him more accurately now, profitable source of cultiva- that it aroused the fears of and soU, scarcely to be and we used mulepower.Their an uncovered pan of cold
and he is finally emerging as one In 1962 a group of 75 historians tion. The writer knows of the French government and excelled by any country in the syrup kettle, dippers, water and then placed over a

of the near-great, If not great Presidents ranked thirty-three Presidents in the several thousand pounds sold prompted them to suppressthe world in point of salubrityand and skimmers were the sameas moderate heat. When water
of the U.S. order of their greatness. Only five in West Florida. The growthof culture lest the profits variety of productions we used, and the kettle begins to simmer, cut heat
that section of the Terri- should Interfere with thoseof she has been kept back in the was fired with the same kind off and put a lid on the pan.
were classified as great. They were: tory during the past year, France. great march of civilization of "lightered" wood ax.d Let eggs sit for 15 minutes
In a study made as early as 1951, Lincoln, Washington. Franklin Roose- should smoking continue the by frequent changes in her stumps. and immediately cool with

historian Henry Steele Commangernoted velt, Wilson and Jefferson--in that fashion of tho day, Florida I have enumerated the prin- laws and rulers. Originally cold water. Peel eggs and

that history "... will perhaps order. Harry Truman was in the next tobacco will become as cele- cipal fruits from the cultureof belonging to the Spaniards, Since I was part of a proceed with your menu plans.

record the curious paradox that a group of "near great", along with brated as the best Cabanas. which the husbandman may then to the French afterward large family I remember that
possessed by the English,then we used to save about a hun-
confidently rely a rich EGGS
man charged with being soft on com- Jackson, Theodore Roosevelt, Polk, These are the three great return for their labor and regained by the Spanish, and dred and fifty quarts of syrup
munism has done more than any John Adams and Cleveland. He of South from the for for the
was staples the care. There are many others, finally obtained by purchaseby family use year. Peel shells from cold hard-
other leader in the Western world, ninth on the list of Presidents, which cultivation of which derives a viz: the peach, quince, pome- the U.S. Seldom did we have any left cooked eggs. Cut in half,

with the exception of Churchill, to seems a pretty fair reward for a greater revenue than all the granite, plum, pineapple over because our syrup was either cross-wise or length-
contain communism: that a man man who did his damndest. other products put together, melon, etc. that add to the It is an axiom in the policy usually dessert at breakfast, wise.
and there is section of of most nations to exclude dinner and
no luxuries and beauties of a supper, except on Mash yolks and season with
this continent whose climate Florida plantation.The others and establish coloniesand Sunday. I can't give any esti-
salt, prepared mustard, salad
and soil will field them more encourage immigration of mate on the number of clabberor
5 Or Later"Sooner dressing and pickle cubelets.
. Doner abundantly than the Territoryof Immigrants who have their own people to the new buttermilk biscuits it tookto Fill centers of sliced egg
Florida. settled along the Gulf and countries that may be u..jertheir sop-up all that syrup, but whites with the mixture and
Other sources of profitable Atlantic coasts have expressed jurisdiction order that I'm sure they would make a with
or later, a man, if he is --He learns that it doesn't mat- vegetation can be enumeratedthat determination to attend they may derive the sole benefit pretty big pile. For sprinkle extra lightly flair, place paprika.small

wise, discovers that life is a mix- ter so much who gets the creditso have amply repaid the principally to the cul- of whatever new sourcesof *' *' sprigs of parsley among the

ture of good days and bad... victoryand long as the project benefits.He labor expended in their cul- tivation of fruit as requiringless wealth may be discovered January Is a good time to deviled eggs.
defeat. and tivation.Among these while the labor and will yield a and we find this continued finalize plans for spring
.. give take.
country was under English larger Income than any other transiton of Florida from one crops.A .
learns that even the janitorIs jurisdiction, the Indigo formed product they can plant, so government to another has occasioned CHEESE OMELET
--He learns that it doesn't pay to human, and that It does no harmto a conspicuous growth. It Is that the sanguine are now look- a superceding of one soil sample Is a mustIf

be a sensitive soul; that he should smile and say "Good morning," found growing wild in the Ing forward; to no distant per- class of people by another, you plan to get maximum 2 tablespoons margarine

let some things pass over his head, even if it's raining cats and dogs. woods and only requires the iod when the shores of and a consequent Irregularity production from your land and 6 eggs
like water off a duck's back. hand of the cultivator to makeIt Florida will present a rich in the number of their inha- maximum return from your 1/2 teaspoon salt
yield an income. prospect of gardens and orchards bitants. These occurrences fertilizer dollar. A soil 1/8
--He learns to sympathize with loaded with the most have depressed the energy of sample will tell you the things 1/3 teaspoon pepper
--He learns that he who loses his the youngster coming into the busi- The Palma Christa should delicious fruits of the tropi- those who have remained to you need to know to determine 1 tablespoon cup minced onion,

temper usually loses out. ness, because he remembers how not be forgotten, furnishingone cal climate where every tree endure the vicissitudes of a whether a liming material is if desired
bewildered he was when first start- of the most Important like those of lIesperides, will long and protracted war, and needed and how much of what I tablespoon chopped parsley -

--lie learns that carrying a chipon ing out. medicines known in the yield its golden pippin.To have deprived that otherwise her of a would population analysis fertilizer to use on if desired

his shoulder Is the easiest Materia Medica. Many gentle- your crop. 1 1/4 cups sharp cheese,
way men In the South cultivate it one desirous of gliding naturally have flowed in.
to get Into a fight. --He learns that no man ever got with success and obtain one smoothly down the stream of A soil analysis still does finely shredded
Heat fat in
to first base alone, and that it is dollar per bottle for the expressed life, surrounded by all the But since all Internal not cost it pays. We have large heavy
fry moderate heat.
domesticities that can make commotions have subsided, we the sampling tools and bags pan
learns that the quickest way only through cooperative effort that oil. The luxuriant Beat until foamy. Stir
man contented with his lot, find that under the cheering for those folks who like to
to become unpopular is to carry we move on to better things.lIe manner In which this plant in remaining ingredients except -
and their
there is no situation more to influence of a liberal enlightened take own sample, or we
will it
here cause not
tales and grows for the cheese. Pour
gossip about others.He to be neglected. be envied than the Florida government the will take the samples for you
-- learns that folks are not any planter's.\ cotton and wool woods have been made to resound if you prefer mixture into hot pan; sprinkle

-- learns that buck-passing harder to get along with in one Situated Florida is afford him the proper mater- with the hearty strokesof C. cheese evenly over top.
as upon ials for his fields the settlers' axes. The tide January is also a good timeto over low heat. Lift
always turns out to be boomerang place than another and that the clothing;
a the skirts of the Tropic of are loaded with products that of Immigration is diverted top-dress small grains and edges and tip pan, as needed,
and that it never pays. "getting along" depends about ninety- Cancer and blessed with a to let uncooked mixture flow
command high prices In the from the west and now flows ryegrass, especially if you
eight cent on his own behavior. soil Inferior to none of the underneath. Cook until set,
per European markets In con- with a rapid current to need additional grazing. L'p to
sister states she can be madeto 12 to 15 minutes.
nection with such growth as rich lagoons of this luxuriant 150 pounds of ammonium

--He comes to realize--though re- This advice by an unknown phil- breadstuffs yield the of more the Important north In are suitable for the sustenanceof Territory. Innumerable set- nitrate per acre should pro-

luctantly--that the business could run osopher would, If heeded, solve about connection with the luxuriesof life. tlements are already made by vide another good crop of CREAMED EGGS ON TOAST
enterprising freemen, where forage, especially If you fertilized -
along perfectly well without him. ninety-eight per cent of our problems.The the torrid zone. Wheat, Indian His gardens and orchardsare lately the yell of the savage adequately with a complete -

corn, rice, peas, and the repository of the most shook the foliage of the mag- fertilizer at planting 1/4 cup margarine
beans of every variety, sweet delicious luxuries and fruitsof nolia and startled the doe time. Remember, the big Investment 1/4 cup flour
potatoes and squashes and the tropics, blended with from her haunts In the Everglades for an acre of rye 2 teaspoons Worcestershire
pumpkins form the natural those of the temperate zone, or ryegrass is the Initial land sauce
Bradford County productions of cultivation. affording him facilities of sup- (To be concluded.) preparation, seeding and fer- 2 teaspoons prepared mustard -

lJl Of all these, the Indian corn plying his northern neighbors, tilizing. Top-dressing can bea salt
TELEGRAPHEstablished 4 who are less blessed than bargain. 1 teaspoon
!\ constitutes the principal article 3 milk
those of more southern .r.
of food and probably Is My Neighbors 8 hard-cooked sliced
1879 better adapted to the warm soil climes. We mentioned a few weeks
t,.", yu that the Brooker area or chopped.
It is not unusualto ago
of Florida.
Relying only Natureto 6 slices
.nlbl. upon -. toast.
MC ") 7 see pine barren land yield shed her benign rays of had a pretty good year In Melt fat and blend in flour.
25 bushels to the acre. It beneficence around him, he vegetable production and mar- Add
FLORIDAVp'ffESSASS I I believe; help my unbelief to great height and \Dl keting. We hope that this will seasonings and graduallystir
grows the
lives free from coroding In Cook
: milk. stirring
.' 1 -(Mark 9:21): has not often more than one of life and Independentof cause an Increase In our total
\ cares constantly until thickened.
0 c..t A T I tON What we believe is impor large ear to the stalk. the capricious cares of man, acres County.grown Our farmers throughout marketin the Add eggs stirring gently.Heat
'_' tant ; and what we do not bet commanding the respect of :.. to serving temperature and
/ \ I have yet to visit a coun- "1' Starke will be open again
) lieve is also In whilst his influenceis
important. others -"I' serve on toast.
s try capable of affording a and available for use in 1973.
every experience in life we of fruit universally solicited.Warmin We know we have the land A variation of the above Is
greater variety manyof ,
Matthews Ms disposition Ms heartis .. Curried
Editor-Publisher have to take our stand ; we have them of the most delicious .., ... facilities and know-how to Eggs on Toast. Just
Published each Thursday and entered as Second to have the courage: to say to quality. open to the most friendly t.J.1"; produce a volume of quality omit the Worcestershire

Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida negation : "I do not believe in impressions and ever sym-of P./.# .. ". ;..' produce. sauce and mustard. Cook 2
The pathizing in the voice ... .. tablespoons of
country however is
e- ; finely chop-
under Act of March 3rd 1879. you !I" We have to have faith ;
yet new, and it will requirethe distress, the Innate feeling ped onion in the fat. Stir In
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $6.00; Outside to affirm that we believe in attention of a few Intel- that prompts him quickly to "..1 -+: If we can solve our labor the flour and 1/2 or I tea-

trade area: 1 year, $7.00. God in His power Ills good. ligent planters to give an impulse resent a personal aggression and marketing problems, spoon curry powder as do-
ness. and proper tone to this renders him honorable In his "...another couple Inches.. Bradford County can again sired. ,

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"Bolles Is a real tough ball a team loses it goes into the Augustine wlnless. game, Able Williams with 8.8 It up by averaging pointsin

club," says Bradford Basket- consolation! bracket and con- "Does BUS have a chance and Sheldon Hodge with eight. the first quarter, 17 in the
ball Coach Mike Sexton of to- tinues to play for the conso- of winning the tournament Newsome has 23 assists so second, IS in the third, and

night's (Thursday, Jan. 4) upcoming lation championship.If It wins, Sexton was asked. "Think so, far this season, the most of 20 In the fourth. Total points
game against Bolles of a team goes into the winner's if we can get by Bolles" anyone of the team. Berry Is scored this year so far by the

Jacksonville In the open- bracket and plays for the says Sexton. next with 13, Malachi Henry Big Red Is 304 while BIIS

Ing round of the Florida Star tourney championShip Able Williams has led the has 12 and McKinney seven. has given up 245.

Y'. Conference Tournament In BUS Is In one bracket with Tornadoes so far this seasonin "Three of our players have Jimmy Ricks from Green
Palatka today through Saturday Live Oak, St. Augustine and scoring with an average of been a spark to us in every Cove, aformerplayerforBHShas

Bolles. Palatka South Orange 18.8 points per game out of ball game. All three or one scored the most points
Park Fernandina and Clay of thu; three come off the benchto individual tallying -
BUS meets Bolles at 7 p.m. five meets. from any one ,
In the third of four games High make up the second give us a boost every time 31 on 12 field goals
bracket Willie Newsome is next with we play. They have
I today. Undefeated and sur- of the tourney. never
10.6 points per game, Curtis failed us. We've nicknamed
prising Live Oak and St. Augustine If BUS wins It will
1' tonight White is averaging 7.2 points. "
them the "Gang Busters.
play at 4 p.m. Two good play the winner of the Live Sheldon Hodge and Al Berry My Neighbors"It
ball clubs, Fernandina and Oal<-St. Augustine game Fri- 6.2 each, and Danny McKinney They are Danny McKinney,

a Clay High, play at 5:30: BIIS day at 6 p.m. If they lose is averaging six points per AI Berry, and Alvaughn Gol- r
v and Bolles play at 7 p.m., tonight, they'll play at 4:30 game. den. In the North Marion game ( q\
; r' and Palatka South and Orange The Tornadoes
p.m. have already BIIS rebound leaders are the trio combined for 29
Park at 8:30.: beat SA once this year, Curtis White with 11.6 per points, seven assists and five
The tournament Is being held but have not played the un- rebounds as well as doing a

f r1t at the Palatka South High beated Bulldogs, who boast of good job defensively," com-

I School gym, across from the 6-0 record. 1hE Old -tm&; mented Coach Sexton.

football field. Admission is75 "Live Oak was not expectedto Defensively, the Tornadoesseem
cents for students and $1.50 be all this tough, with no ::-=- t! .jjftJI1"i. ; -----,-:.-' to get weaker as the
Able Williams dumps this ball for an Imaginary two points in practice Tuesday afternoon for adults. height to speak of, but is a /i''! / .. game goes on. In the first
4" ;
while Alvaughn Golden left and Don Sewell right try to block the lay up but fall. Bolles record Is 4-4 and has real good shooting ball club. l- ,; .. .1Lf" !, quarter of each game BIIS has 11 I tI

not met with Bradford this LO runs a full court press, '- .... -0'= iljJli1t1 ] _.; given up an average of 11 >
year. The Bulldogs have a runs, and shoots on offense, "" 'DDD=' '_''lb.'''IIV' .' points while in the second give
lot of height, with three start like BUS," Sexton says. ::.::;; ;D. up 12. In the third Just a
ers 6-4 or better. Records of other teams in 7-:' / hair higher they gave up an

Keystone The tourney is not double the tourney are Bolles\ 4-4", rvn average of 12.2 points while
Cagers elimination, but each team Is Green Cove 5-1, Fernandinaonly "Push-buttons have taker l in the fourth quarter opponents started as a self-por-

guaranteed two games. Thereis one loss, Palatka South the place of all kinds ol f' have averaged 14 points. trait-but I just couldn't faceit

a consolation bracket.. If 2-3 Orange Park 2-4, and St. cranks except human ones."' But offensively they make -"

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3 Game StreakKeystone I VI 1

High's varsity the first seven games with a Tuesday night the Indians
cage team will be gunning for 12,9 average. In the last three will\ be facing one of

Its fourth and fifth consecutivewins games (all wins), Hurner has the strongest teams in the &1-

Friday and Tuesday ripped the nets for 16, 21 and wannee River Conference-the ., lil !frJ ., Is ? I 14 ] ., id ,f11, tkr k l 1st 111k1'' hfr! tl.l 11/fA" list .I1R .
+ n + ,
nights In road contests at 15 points for a 17.3 average. Bronson Eagles. The Eaglesare -m. tf.1rl t nll; a1ilN rrJt1'r.; \Ft I; :1La(1ir:,tl'. t(lishSklFfri r11t1:' V fit;r.r Ir :;ItT1'{ ,rtl p 'Itn ,t:' ;t, is1tj/19 ( s. '{ },;, y I s:!, ;f.ftr;{: sJs1Y2rji; ; }YVYArlfft.'J ;qr y ;a
Mayo and Bronson High Burke and jumping jack Bobby traditionally a basketball
Schools. Grayson lead the team in rebounds power In the area and have already Boys flare Lei Jeans x
Having dropped their first with aboutlOpergame. chalked up six wins this +., e 100' cotton assorted :OIG 'w y s A nile I Soft,I

four contests to Bunnell, Cedar season '' ful stupes Sizes /J KwIN KBrer I + t Paper Towels
dTape Angel Jumbo roll oil
. Key, Interlachen and Bell, Sophomore guard Don Win- While Keystone's overall II, I e 4 button (fronts. 2 front 18" wrde. Natdy at and vSoft peso paper towels pur
i the Indians began Hexing their gate is also scoring in double record is 3-4, their confer- I, pockels.wido belt loops r rE soli adM the tome m q e 120 sq ll 162.1 1 ply

muscles by blasting Trenton, figures, averaging 10.6 points ence mark is 31. Wins over Ladies' Cream Putt Sandals 0 Our D are ofbco / 'towel 11.10
I Mayo and Maranatha in con- per game. Larry Turknett, Mayo and Bronson would label I f r s ? P:Y Plastic da- 3 An' colors .
. secutive home contests priorto who led the Indians In their the Indians as definite VmvI Cushion Fashion l nne"0I0 colas, SAV E 517. SAVE 117. S l r,'',, / .corationutcfcs + w.Sleu5.l0 SAVE 187 SAVE 11%

the holiday break. ,victory" over Mayo by scoring conference title contenders. 14ri It to I (6w fi.......
C' j .
/ / 1 / etmo.tonyl I P....W.
15 in the last rv.L. I Ii ==
points quarter, Branford, sporting a 6-0 record Os. .. /t I : .Ft eI smooth dry .3 13k .u-H-
Friday night's encounter is averaging 9.4 points per is the only undefeated l''I a'1, suffoce / &j

will be a return match witha game. team in the conference. w sAVE M7 -'fi Imported t

Hornet team that featuresa Boys'Short Glass Bubble 801liesI' \ Oecorabresr
'" "-- -- 1 tr
high scoring duo, Joey Irwin '. = Sleeve Shirts D 1 Ass I colors 8 shape Glass Yeses
: + l 2S' Polstet 75 ne ", r:
and Dean Land. They combined 'n i e.. r. .Enhancosthedata of }i .AS ulmelnrl
I to score 47 of the entire l Cotta (\, yam room r of pr< ,lulo
I 60 in the Pr. i ,j Uahpn Dt s r, shnpo.
team's points o.rw" ,
I .. < I .tt\ ? 1 'i Cho. of
Indian Hornet first matchin /: Ladies Flower Sandals .,. >}r SAVEIV7 ,
S .
Vinyl.fashion Power SAVE 317. SAVE 117 Instant ; I 0...... .q 1
Keystone last month. Mostof :: 0.
/ 'thong As't colors I Fels \ P." '
Irwin's 29 points came on ,P, Sizos' .51. i 'I .
close hook shots while Land Out Discount. f..*.OJ Soap .'l
< .. 4-M-
hardly ever missed with 20- Powder ...
; A -
l .
In totaling p ) "." art
22 foot jumpers jj
t.F Girls i Contains ", T"- Chrome Pull Ring ; Photo Cubes
18 points. tP Roll l UP Sleeve phosphote. ..s--;; Key ChainsBl' dcd. :tour
Earlier this week Indian yt ml wnght ( pOosticuho

Head Coach that Stefan his Brokas scrappyplajefrs reported rf' / 7l Conon 11' ., 'tv Spring key chai reiuti A. e, ,r8) /" Disp phat ays'balder five

with belt
>p '
were almost back to ral4 I ; ,,y 3'.1'Panm
their pre-holiday form. Freeof Ladies' Canvas Sneakers <,AV| 32% o SAVE 117 SAVE 117. M :.. SAVE 337.

injury and winter colds, r e While and colors ow A. Plastic ......
510 po'
Brokas is expecting everyoneto ..,, Our Due.i i Pi< i: Housevme P.P.'iit
be at full speed Friday ,
", 1i Assortment _
night. l// 1 Aluminum
to Brokas holi- xor .u srru. I Decorative
According A Cutlery Ttey r
it su sro ts ': \ / Wall Mirrors
Gills' Ice Cube Trays
sessions have "J' Ftta stand
day practice 8,"
Pant Tops : 'nlJJt' Plastic Inserts .12'.12' sqtorcsAdhere
... and cabinet '
been geared stoppingopponents' 1 to any drysmooth
100 IIo.eh yloll drawer Make
"Inside" plays. 'loon
; : surface
01.0.0. 4'i Jb \
+ Lr'g .Protects
Easy close-In shots by op- .i All Ladles Shoes :: Leos 7.14 I. -. J drawer. Ri led ol r f Do It Yourself/
posing teams have probably edge
-1 j i
Foshion stylas.block. yll SAVI 377 B. Dish Pan % SAVE 50%
this SAV32
Indians most
hurt the SAVE 507 T'A r o..
{ Sizes 510 t, our ''I not m.r.v.
rt f i
season. ,

and Point-man forward Tony Bobby Burke Hurner have ". Our Oticownl war J-W Prtc. 2 C e p 'wa: 1 1 D. \:.r I JI,I'. C.c"aon. no Pall,. ru."or.u P'':. a=

highlighted the practice ses- Yellow

sions. The 5-11 Ilurner leads 1 s srrus Ladles I i1 Easy pouring Colorful Floral
all Keystone scorers through ,+ s ti \ '" s Panty Nose --z- : spout = "-.-'- ?c Arrangements

6 ICQ Nvloi D' rrr U Waste Basket l 2 Player '/""7,- ,. i. Ir 1S1c., I no
Eagle j. .,
,Mv ratio fiber Ot : sr wal '01 dies
PersonnelGet ,. Fjsr -clots I 7 li.Y \ Badminton2Se13nib ;faE" : : ..;, '. Clroon...d, 10.SI
I -- Qnostzc, fitsal I Laundryellow t Ii : wrp :rrv /y i rfu arrange
tili: All Children Shoes sAvls0% SAVI 48% -='-... Basket ".-# at SAVE 19% ,Oro JI{ lIOn'f.
Boost Fashion stylos block ow ..,,,v "" t. 4
Pay Sheldon Hodge trlti to the ball his 0 -' -' '
pass to team 8brownLses93 m"t
b,,. / / r:: SAVE 517 l i r / H4. IIiJ
but fails as Vernon Barber blocks it for the Skins in om DarN.r iI .\ ;
...a-w- I '. ..
Substantial pay boosts will BHS cage practice Tuesday.Spikers :..o;
into effect next month for
go other C 4y iO' 1CT. Chlordane Eagle
National Guardsmen and j "'''"" -
} A 1 Ladies Insecticide Automatic
military personnel.The '<: k I' Nylon Tops 4 ib> Olc r
Transmission Fluid
military will\ recleve a Win Two pnotalNE ivI G1-{
,4 HJO BtielcNyloi I' .1 1
6.69 per cent average increaseeffective '3 ._ I w quart
Fosl cs ,
i a .Gr 0 t Motors
I which will Ssl
January s
be made in the basic pay of $"esSML Pe..o... s ippi' e
Raiford UnbeatenIn Men s Crepe Sole Casuals '
-. SAVI1r7. SAV1317.
SAVt417. SAVI 18% :
In uniform
all men and women Co hloncrepe sol. tn D
based on comparability of salaries eat lmod Bown rmyl 7Toolh cadent "
1 a'Pp; 1 Paste I l A" ? "rNj / ''l., li v
for c1vIUango'ernmentworkers. Lees.7.12 1 ; tli
Volleyball PlayIn owoN .I r r- 6 75 O. Bayer Aspirin, -} ':'=

\ __.
200 -
D' P. s --
receive on an .
Guardmen D. G ,
tm' (
average, 48 days' pay per __ Men's Nylon ..'L4j ) Kerosene Lamps
? Ladles' Acrylic .
year for the once a month the Men's Recreation Volleyball to win their second match of ; .7)) Stretch Socks Flare Lei Slacks r( p" DROPCOItiJ; LIGHT
weekend training assemblies, Le 'Ue Wednesday, the night and the season. The ep: e 100' NyloDistinctively, Dial, "' .' ,
and 15 dajs' pay for the two December 27, Ralford con- two wins gave the Spikers a t, !I I :Ii. styled IGb Ac BalS3m c."":. Ho ,
weeks of active duty each undefeatedteam record of 2-4, while Key- :,: .An l.hugg'nglong' .SH' Fill 1'r Shampoo Q.Tlps c-" w" '.'''' Reg. 1.99
tinued to be the only Z' : .. t< 1 I' rsfAVI15V
year. while the Spikers pick- stone's record fell to 1-5. \I wttaring .sy.co. I 'Ir-- SAVI24 I
\ UW'
Co. D (Malnt), 53rd Spt.Bn., SAVI 317. 0. : ; -t.::
the local Guard unit, is enlisting ed up their first and second The fourth and final matcn D'p1 0'- ?: :: SALE 1.58
wins of the 0'"f
season. o. :
prior service per- of the night had the two top ;. :;.:: : O"f"' w
sonnel on a "Try One" basisIn First match of the night teams, Ralford and the Dinks, .J..H1' u.- .,. .. )Jt" ....JHf'J
the two Starke teams, the .
saw .
the same grade that they meeting. The Dinks had upseton '- -: -
discharged from pre- Dinks and the Spikers meet. their minds as they won :: Poen's: Colton

vious were service. Non-prior ser- The Dinks took the first game the first game 15-5.The Dinks IT' Eagle Anti Freeze "Y' :+.:ir......t.,. Broadcio ': .:J Eagle Pineapple
also being 15-10, but the Spikers, much had only to win one of the ..: Pajamas -r' Crushed Or Sliced
vice personnel are ::::::: Ch fate.. v1+r t'
matches ,
enlisted to serve as mechanics Improved over prior take the last, next two games for the match Men's Garrison Belts Wlnt.r Summer Coolant :::::: L Ig .1.... 1J-<-:: cwr For o..ry doy
welders, wrecker- came back to and were leading 14-7, needing EHponrf vinyl an split .' .. :::::: Ee.v :01. S good eating
operators, and radio repair- two games and the match 13-8 just one point to win, when OS leather 1.56SALE ., ::..,\:... .\ Wasl obi. \ In heavy syrup
and 15-0. .1' wide block .brown Reg. X : LLes.A'CD' Chip Cookies >00.
men, as well as other jobs In Ralford came storming back, ., .: :::: Chocolate ;
the unit. The second match paired scoring nine points to win St.s S'YI 1 17. ,., t.... ./. SAVI 22" Cas .11.t ,oco""rCOh.Q'. .
Keystone, winner of Just one the game. 19ro/2 1.33 'D" :'.. .adol.o"'hol.l lest .-

Guard Those are Interested invited to call in the the match leader., and Ralford Ralford powered,the league Its The loss seemed to knock .. 0'...... P.... [II .. ..' P:;:m'SI igredients 'm=

armory or see PSG Warrenat way 15-8, 15-8, and 15-7 to the wind out of the Dinks as .
the Vocational School, or win their first match of thenight. Raiford took the last and deciding -

Raiford record of 6-0
Florida Bank. Third match found the cellar gave a ,
High school seniors may enlist dwellers, Keystone, and while the Dinks record evenedout STARKE, FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE, YOU'RE NOT YEAR ROUND

now and not leave for the the Spikers meeting and the at 33.SCHEDULE. PHONE 9 61-7513 SAVING MONEY LAYAWAY PLAN.
service school until after surprising Spikers slammed [ : Wed., Jan. 10-

g Utili A tlon. Keystone 15-3, It-8, and 15-1 Splkers vs Keystone 7 p.m.

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Sliced LB.78c Tenderloins : $239 '
Bacon . .
BANQUET ((10 or mor.pieces fvUv Cooked) WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFCubed
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Coconut Pies 2 %4..;?; $100 S Garden Peas 6 16-oz.CANS $1]00 Milk 8 CANS 3 $100 1

2.LB. Tomato Juice 3 CANS $1]00 Clorox I Bleach Potatoes . 3 PKGS. $100 . .

Cool 1 Whip . 2 QUARTS $100 Wesson Oil 1 . BOTTLE98c Arrow Bleach . GALLON BOTTLE 28C
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...-.MOOOOI.........-. '............ ...............- i Cold Damage To Tender Plants

Legal> Notices u,- ...."-.,,....."...........................-

Can Be Lessened With Care

iaty of Hampton Proposed. 'RtJctff"t bid, made of the payable City Council to the Chairman of the the Circuit the Court on or before EIGHTEENTH, NINETEENTHAND Cold damage, from low tem- can thus protect some of your

Fiscal Y'>ar finding September 30, 1973 City of Starke. Florida, must A. D. 1973.If .8th day of January TWENTIETH JUDICIAL peratures, frost or'' a hard tender plants by placing them
accompany each bid as a gua CIRCUITS, AND THE SEVERAL freeze, Is a hazard to many inside a windbreak of ever-
rantee that the Bidder will not you fall to do so, Judg- PROPERTY OWNERS, outdoor plants in Florida. greens.
w 4timntMl withdraw from the competition ment by default will be taken TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS Even In South Florida where Covering materials such a*
pnYAT1UA9..l'enwZAt F11 rr1RAal against you for the relief de- THEREOF AND OF ALA- temperatures seldom cloth
after opening the bids and, In manded reach polyethylene plastic and
the event the contractls awarded In the Complaint. CHUA, BAY, BRADFORD, the freezing mark cold In- paper can also be used to
""'state Taxes to the Bidder, he will, with 1 lished This notice shall be pub- BREVARD, BROWARD, CITRUS Jury can and often does!occ.ur. reduce cold Injury. These
Nr+t"Att' Tax: 14nr'loo ten days thereafter enter into once each week for four COLLIER, COLUMBIA, With proper cultural practicesand temporary coverings traph.at
":; cnn: 'v') contract and furnish the required consecutive weeks in the Brad- DADE, DUVAL, ESCAMBIA, several protective steps, and maintain higher tempera-

Utility THxrpnchlse 2 no.o) bond, falling which he shall ford County Telegraph Starke. HIGHLANDS, HILLSBO- damage from low temper- tures near the plant. Other
Tax forfeit deposit as liquidated Florida. ROUGH, JACKSON, LAKE, atures can be cut to a mini- materials such as leaves or

Reverse. Sharlng--Vsderal 11? no mages. The Bid Bond and Per Done and Ordered at Starke LEE, LEON MADISON, MA- mum. soil can be piled around the

Occupational and State 27no.no formance Bond are required to Florida, this 6th day of December NATEE, MARION, MONROE! Many plants go through a base of plants to keep the

Licensee'I )17- ('\n be secured from and execute A. D. 1972. OKALOOSJORA.GE, PALM "hardening process" with the stems from freezing. Leaves
Miscellaneous, Revenues 9n by (not merely countersigned:)) Gilbert S, Brown BEACH, PASCO, PINELLAS, advent of low temperature.This may be Injured or even killed
Clerk coverings
Insurance Circuit Court may
an agency of the surety or process Induces a natural pre-
which By: Beulah M. ST. LUCE. SARASOTA. SEMINOLE vent the entire stem and roots
Total Estimated. company, agencyshall Moody SUWANNEE! TAY- protective device, enabling
Revenues 395irt.no have an established placeof Bradford County, Florida them to survive low temperatures from being killed.
business in the State of (SEAL) LOT, WASHINGTON ANDVO- !Night; Is important in Sprinkler systems have also
rida and be duly FlU) George II. Pierce LUSIA COUNTIES, FLORIDA, this hardening process. Plants been used for cold protection.A .
conduct business therein, and I P. O. Drawer 1030 receiving little or no light constant flow of water over
n'etimAterl' Expenditures!: !' -- ;., Fund such agency shall receive and I ,Starke, Florida, 32091 OWNING PROPERTY OR SEll often do not develop hardiness, the plant may be of value,
retain full agent's commissionon AttorneyIfor Plaintiff JECT TOTAXATION THEREIN even though the temperatureis however, If the supply wateris
such bonds. acting to encourage this stopped or is not supplied
MMnlatrativcOlfrk" CLAIMING; ANY RIGHT, fast enough, ice can build
Each bid should be addressedto 1 natural process. up
1J\rlell! t the City Council Starke, Florida TITLE OR INTEREST IN Many of Florida's subtropical to the point where its weight
breaks the branches of the
marked "Municipal DieselElectric NOTICEt BY THE ISSUANCE BY plants do not go
(Council! .' 1900) 0\ Generating Bradford County Zoning THESTATE BOARD OF EDU- through the hardening processso plant.
I 780. on Additions and Modifications"and Board has made Application CATION OF FLORIDA OF we must try to reduce
Water t5.oo delivered to theof11ceoftl1eCity )I to the Bradford County ZonIng .NOT EXCEEDC\'G$30,000,000 cold damage on these plantsby
Postage Clerk at the City Hall, Board for reclassification EDUCATION artificial means. !Nutritionis ;
( ffleSt 40, nn either by a representative of of the property described be- very important for Increasing -
? nno the Bidder who shall obtain a low from Rl-B & EA to OR MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED a plant's resistance to
Tn""T'Anf19 ) receipt therefor, or by regis That Portion In Sections 13 OR WHO MAY BE- cold. A plant that is favorably
'Poll Workers ion tered mall with return receipt and 14 which lies North of IN ANY WAY AFFECTED supplied with all elements essential -

"r Alp phon. no requested. State Road 125. THEREBY for growth will sur-
The City the This change In classification : vive lower
". 25n.no reserves rightto i; temperatures and
.11' Roll The State of Florda, throughthe
75-00) waive Informalities in any is subject to a public State Attorneys of the recover faster from cold Injury a
nt1A. I bid, to reject any or all bids hearing to be held on Tuesday First, Second, Third, Fourth than plants not receiving

Attorney ; 7cnnnMdricirlrA In whole or In part, with or January 30th, 1973 at 7:30 Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth proper fertilization. In other
.! nyin' : ,no25.no without cause, and/or to accept PM in the County Commissionroom Ninth, Tenth. Eleventh words, a plant suffering froma : .
bids that, In Its judgment, will at the Bradford County Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth lack of Inbalance of fertilizer -
cfn: npoatt! RoxAn14t be for the best Interests of Court House at which time all Fifteenth, Sixteenth, will be more suscep-
A"1 r.COI.t1nr! the City of Starke. persons Interested shall be Seventeenth, Eighteenth, Nin- tible to cold Injury. An opti-
r'n : :on ,nn City Council of the heard for or against the pro- teenth and Twentieth Judical mum level of fertilization

ting-rc. 2n.on: ) City of Starke, Florida posal, as specified in the Zon- Circuits of said State, and the should be maintained throughout -
Merrill Edwards ing Code of Bradford County. several the year. Most plants grow
property owners tax-
L?+rn 1// City Clerk John Torode, Chairman payers and Citizens thereof, during the winter but at a MR.BILL GARDNER
.... 12/21/72 3t 1/4/73 Bradford County Zoning slow rate. The rate of fer-
.. and
.rn *' 1/; Board. of Alachua,Bay, Bradford, tilization should be reduced

1:)n.,_ qof VAh 1 c), '"nnn 1/4 4t 1/25 Brevard, Droward, Citrus, proportionately, say to one-
: Collier Columbia Dade Du-
!: ,nn third the normal rate, but Nerve'endingdeafness
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF val, Escambia, Highlands, should not be completely stop-
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Hill sborougl1, Jackson, Lake. ped. This Is also
Pf11".1. FIRST NOTICE true for
.... CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD Lee.Marlon Leon, ,Monroe Madison., Okaloosa Manatee,, watering Plants require wa- ?

M.vtin. COUNTY. CASE NO.- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ter during the winter just
1J a.rl Palm Pasco
Orange Beach
N'lght; MI-.h'11 This Norelco"BehindTheEar"aid
r.,. "11 ,.'d P""I".1r nf trv "r'ar: "Aoo.no25n.oo:; ) THE KEYSTONE! STATE BAN}<, NAME Johns Pinellas St, ,Polk Lucie, Putnam, St- Remember, people don't stop

Tenn: n, +1"h+hor' a banking corporation, Plain- Notice Is hereby giver: that Seminole Suwannee, Sarasota eating and drinking in the
( Taylor, has 27 acoustical
e1Aw rn1tCA" N* tiffs, -vsBERNARD EMANUEL the undersigned, under the Washington and Volusia Counties winter and neither do plants!

.A...... null + agior M :""0,1'0 andWILMAW.EMANUEL, provision of 20.953 Laws ofFlorida Florida, 'including non-- Another way to minimize adjustments to help
Liabiltr: Insure"! his wife. Defendants. cold
: reim&fi 300.no\ Acts of 1941, will register residents owning injury by suitable wind- correct
property or your
NOTICE OF SUIT breaks. Windbreaks reduce
with the Clerk of the
subject to taxation therein
", + 1 ,rit TO: BERNARD EMANUEL and Circuit Court,in and for Brad- and others having or claim-, wind speed and also conserve hearing problemTend
WILMA W. EMANUEL, his wife ford heat in an area. Evergreen
County, Florida, upon
newnw T.n +.r-t. ing any right, title or interestin
You, Bernard Emaunel and plants make excellent windbreaks -
l"n() nn proof of publication of this property to be affected by
Wilma W. Emanuel, are here- notice of the fictitious name the issuance by the State Boardof which can be effec-
er4 +.>'4. -r by notified that a Complaintto of Bill's Saw Shop, Rt. 2, Education of Florida, a tively placed so that an area
foreclose certain stays warmer than it wouldif ,x.
n-.ti-A ntnlnr? mortgageon Box 162, Starke Fla. 32091 body corporate under Section
... cnnnnr.tn1CA the following described pro- under which I am engaged in 2 of Article IX and Subsec- it were in the open. You
::-' f"'n DA.r. cliprlr.. ) ")ern nn perty, to-wit: business at Starke, Fla.

., Beginning at the Intersectionof William E. Finucan (sole tion (a) of Section 9 of Arti- oooooooooooooooooexhibits

.**...??+,. the North line of Call owner), Rt. 2, Box 162, Starke cle Xn of the Constitutionof attached thereto. ..1

? Street with the West line of Fla 32091 the State of Florida, as This order shall be published -
-" '
", { .cn: nn Cherry Street in the City of Dated this 2nd day of January amended, of Higher Educa-

.. __ -...,.,. ",.. Starke, Florida, thence run 1973 A.D. at Starke, tion Bonds, Series F, in the bv Section in the 75.06.manner Florida required Statutes to miss, certain words endSounds
T 4-V- Westerly along the North line Bradford County, Florida. aggregate principal amount of in the aforementioned ? You may have nerve.ending

...... :-.4..... "rnn nnn. of Call Street for a distanceof 1/4 4t 1/25 not exceeding $30,000,000, Counties.DOE deafness problem that often
I "' .-_ m..1--4rP. 1 p'.p' ,.- 'n". ..' 11.: ..-r1r. -_., n.nnn., "rI 55 feet, thence run Nor- hereinafter more particularly AND ORDERED at !'eads to nervous tension and Increasing -
AnA "''1.t1-.....'' therly and parallel to Cherry described, or to be affectedIn loneliness.
; ...f" d. "' .. 2 nnn nn Tallahassee, Florida, this The new Norelc.o behind.the-ear"
Street for a distance of 40 'I NOTICEIN
thereby here- '
any way are
27th of December 1972.
day ,aid, Model./ 6710 has 22 acoustical
feet thence and
run Easterly
by required to appear before GUYTE P, McCORD, JR. to help correct
11'1""oarl '
e. 1'Ir1n parallel to Call Street fora THE CIRCUIT COURT the Circuit Court of Leon
: Judge of the Circuit Court /rearing problem. (Many aids have
.., distance of 22 feet, thenco OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL County, Florida, in the Second for Leon County, Florida.CERTIFICATE. pnly 1 or 2.) And it can be readjusted:
P/28 2t IdNOTICE 1 .. run Northerly and parellel 1 CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN: Judicial Circuit of said Stateat !Ito fit fut'i.fe changes in your hearing.
-- to Cherry Street for a distance AND FOR LEON COUNTY, the Courthouse in Talla- Model is! hardly noticeable

of 25 1/2 feet, thencerun FLORIDA hassee, Florida, on the 12th behind your dir, weighs; a mere !Usunce

TO BIDDERS NO PROPERTYTO of publication of this noticeof Easterly and parallel to CIVIL CASE NO. 72-1868 day of February 1373, at 9:30: It is hereby certified that -yet Is more powerful than
Call Street for a distanceof o'clock AIN and show cause many aids 5 times its size
: Virginia Ruth Rooksberry the fictitious name of Brad copies of the foregoing Or-
The City of Keystone Heights 2921 E. 56th Street, Indianapolis ford Publishers, under which 33 feet to the West line In Re $30,000,000 HIGHER why the prayers of the Com- der and the Complaint referred NefcoFor .
Florida will receive sealed bids Indiana I am engaged in business at of Cherry Street: ; thence run EDUCATION: BONDS, SERIESF plaint filed In the above pro- to therein have been

until 8:30: P.m. on January 9. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Starke, Fla.James Southerly along the West line ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ceeding should not be grantedand furnished to the State Attorneys a free hearing! test and demonstration -
1972 at the Municipal Building, FIED that an action for Dis- M. Carlton, L'. S. 301 1 of Cherry Street for a distance STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION the bonds therein described of the First, Second, come In or call
Florida solution of Marriage has been South of 65 1/2 feet to the OF FLORIDA, a body and the proceedings of the
Starke Fifth Sixth
on Third Fourth
Keystone Heights, Fla., or Long- _
__ __
.____ .
point of beginning situate In corporate under Section 2 of Plaintiff heretofore taken authorizing M M
the following! filed against you Virginia Ruth horn Restaurant, U. S. 301 S., ; Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, .
All merchantable pine timber Rooksberry and you are required Starke, Fla. Lots 5 and 7 of Block 14 ofthe Article IX and Subsection (a) the Issuance thereof Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth, 1-

Inside area designated by blue to serve a copy of your Dated this 18th day of December Original Town of Starke, of Section 9 of Article XH validated and confirmed. Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth I 4
painted lines. Sale area lies written defenses, if any to it, A. D. 1972 at Starke, Florida, as per plat thereofrecorded of the Constitution of the State Said bonds are dated May 1, Seventeenth, Eight- 1i PHONE ,
north of the gas line on Key- on the plaintiff's attorney, Bradford County, Florida. in Deed Book N, of Florida, as amended. Plain- 1972, bear Interest at not exceeding eenth, !Nineteenth; and Twen- 1I
stone Airport In both Bradfordand whose name and address is 12/21 4tp 1/11/73 Page 759 thereof of the pub- tiff, vs. TIlE STATE OF the maximum lawful tieth Judicial of the ADORE" ,
lic records of Bradford County FLORIDA, et al., Defendants. rate of Interest authorized on
Sale Dudly P. Hardy 114 North Walnut !
Clay Counties. area State of Florida, b>' mail thIs I- .___J
Florida. the date of the sale of the
approximately 200 acres,ponds Ctreet, Starke, Florida, and 27th of December II.
Included. file the original with the clerkof CALL FOR BIDS has been filed against you and TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA bonds, payable semlannuallyon 1972. A.D., I. /wou.eeua-OAe.re:..uee.s.-.!
you are required to serve THROUGH ITS STATE I( May I and November 1 of
] the above styled court on
Seller plans to sell on a umpsum Municipal Diesel-Electric Ge GAINESVillE HEAIiIiN.
copy of your Answer or Plead ATTORNEYS OF TIlE FIRST, I each year, are In the aggregate -
sealed bid basis to the or before January 15, 1973; nerating Plant Additions and ARNOLD L. GREENFIELD
ing to the Complaint on the SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH: I principal amount of not AID CO.14MN.W. .
otherwise Judgement be
and a
highest and best bidder reserves may Modifications City of Starke, and ROBERT E. NIRO Attorneys
the right to reject any entered against you for the Florida plaintiff's attorney, George II. FIFTH, SIXTH, SEVENTH, I exceeding $30,000,000 and for Plaintiff .fIn /.
relief demanded in the com- Pierce P. 0. Drawer 1030, EIGHTH, NINTH, TENTH, I mature In annual Installmentson Larson Room 622, s-.IIioMt Sl .f H .C.....
and/or all bids and to waive plaint or petition. Sealed will Starke, Florida, and file the ELEVENTH, TWELFTH, c May 1 of each of the years Florida 32304 Building Tallahassee, Nat,.w.....

any formalities so as to best WITNESS! my hand and the by proposals the city Council be received of- original Answer .or Pleading THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH I 1973 to 2002, inclusive, all Bv sRobert E. !Niml143t1lS '7...."ef n"1ft
serve his Interest.A seal of said Court on Decem- the City of Starke Florida in the office of the Clerk of FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH i as more full described in the I
SEVENTEENTH!; I Complaint filed herein and the
check, payable to the seller ber 12, 1972. until 7:00 P.M. local time) on ,
In the amount of 10% or Gilbert S. BrownAs February 6, 1973, for the Municipal -
more of bid price must accom- Clerk of said Court Diesel Electric Generat-

pany bid. Thia check servesas By: Beulah M. MoodyAs ing Plant Additions and Modi-
bid bond and will be returned Deputy Clerk fications, at which time propo- OUTLETted
to bidder If he Is not the (Court Seal sals will be publicly opened and 011FACTORY

successful bidder. Successful 12/21 4t 1/11 read aloud. Proposals received 1.e
bidder will be expected to signa after the above specified time
Sale Contract and provide ,-\,1
payment after he Is notified In The County Judge's CourtOf for opening will be returned, NEW SHIPMENT

that seller has accepted his Bradford County, Florida. unopened, to the sender.
In Probate # The project Includes furnish-
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ing and Installing Dual-Fuel
of seccessful bidderto IN RE: ESTATE OF REGINA
enter Into a contract within AVERY SEWELL, DECEASED Diesel Generating Unit with rat
30 days of notification that his NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ed capacity of not less than

bid has been accepted will result creditors of the estateof 2500 kw nor more than 3500 Bolts First Grade -
In forfeiture of the bid REGINA AVERY SEWELL, kw, complete with all auxiliary

bond; provided, that timber deceased, are hereby notified equipment, foundations, wiring
deed has been examined and and required to file any claimsor switchgear, piping, and all other

found acceptable. demands which they may Items necessary for acomplete Direct From The Knitters Of The Carolinas
Contract conditions: No have against said estate In the turnkey installation, Including
trucks permitted on taxiways office of the County Judge of additions and/or modificationsto .

or runways; penalty for cutting Bradford County, Florida, In the present building.All .
outside specified sale area will the Courthouse in Starke Flo- material and equipment 60" To 64" Wide

be negotalted with contract; rida, within six calendar months furnished and all work performed -

fences shall not be damaged; from the date of the first publication shall be in accordance with Made For Manufacture Of Famous Name Brand
gates must be kept locked at of this notice. Each the specifications and contract
all times keys available from claim demand must be in documents pertaining thereto
; or
City Hall; no open fires permitted writing and must state the placeof which may be examined at the Ladies S Mens Wear Not For Cloth Or Discount Stores
on Airport property. residence and post office office( of Fred Wilson & Asso-

For maps or access to pro- address of the claimant and ciates, Engineers, 3970 lIen-
/, perty, contact City Clerk at must be sworn to by the claimant drlcks Avenue, Jacksonville,
473-4807 between the hours of his agent or his attor- Florida, and at the office of the Hard To Believe

9 a.m. to 12 noon, Monday ney, or it will become void City Clerk, City Hall, Starke,
through Friday. according to law. Florida.
Roy Watkins M. II. WATSON, Admin- Copies of specifications and $259
p Airport Chairman istrator of the Estate of Re- contract documents may be obtained But True
Everett R. Fox gina deceased.ELZIE from the office of Fred
Council Chairman S,SANDERS Wilson & Associates, 3970 lIen-

City of Keystone Heights Attorney for Administrator drlcks Avenue, Jacksonville.Forlda "' Double Knit Polyester PER. YARD
12213114In 138 West Call Street upon payment of $25.- ""': --: DOUEI ::E .
Starke Florida 32091 00 for each set, which will not POcEfER '
Ladies Slacks
NJT 9-6:00)
12/21 4t 1/11 be refunded. Partial eta may f w MILL : : DailyBranding

' The Circuit Court Eighth be purchased from the Engineer :i POLYESTER "N04"> t. "'. i [ "N Value To $22,00
Judicial Circuit of Florida In by payment of the costof reproduction Iii r LW m IronRestaurant
And For Bradford County. at the rate of $0.75 \II BlEIDS> $6.95Vests
I'' CIVIL ACTION per sheet of drawings and $0.15
Case No. 1491 Notice is hereby given that per page of the specifications. L _
BILLY JONES ROOKSBERRY the undersigned, under the pro A Bid Bond properly executed .._ To Match
SR. Husband, Plaintiffvs vision'of 20,953 Laws of flo- by the Bidder and by a VIRCINIA RUTH ROOKSBER-- rida, Acts of 1941, will regis- surety, or a certified or -- -:61:
oRY, Wife Defendant. ter with the Clerk of the Cir- cashier's check on any nationalor $5.98 301 Starke Fla.
NOTICE OF SUIT cuit Court, in and for Brad- state bank. In a sum not less
y I ford County, Florida,upon proof than five percent of the amount.

...A. .., --_ -.;-- i41IIJ


F. A W T E Y As Use Compost Leaves A For nd Better Other Soil Waste Community News t

By Elizabeth Terryand Composting Is materials rot very slowly and 6
the term
usedto do little good until they are By Elizabeth Given Walk.r
CHURCH SCHEDULESAND Mr. and describe the partial decomposition ,
sons and Mr. Blocker'smother with their parents thoroughly decomposed. A NOTICEI!
ACTIVITIES of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kelley, and fam prior to of their organic materials simple procedure for composting Dell Chapter New Hope Baptist Church started at 10:30: p.m. The ser-
addition 168 OES
Grace United Methodlsl t: Mrs. Chesser and children of to the theee woody materials will Rev. L.W. Mosely pastor. vices were highly spiritual and I,
Church: Sunday School, 9:43'I Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ily.Mr.. and Mrs. John Kuhne soil surface as a mulch, or consists of ,revering a 6-lnch hold its regular meeting tonight Sunday School, 10 a.m. lasted until 12:15.: After the
Worship Services,11 a.m' Lake. guests of their Incorporation Into the soil as (sawdust) 9 Thursday) January 4th
a.m. Harley of KIngsley and family were layer of leaves at 8 Morning service at 11. Holy first service we enjoyed 'a ,
an amendment. In
and 7 p.m. MYF Monday, 7 There were also many local brother-in-law and! sister Almost material' to 10 square feet with a 2inch -. Brownlee p.m. the Masonic Hall Communion at 3:30: ,which will tasty breakfast. At 2 a.rn. tho i
p.m., followed by Choir Prac-' relatives who attended. There Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons be used any plant layer of soil plus one on bers Street. All mem- terminate the services for the morning services begin witha
tice. were about 40( present. and family of Atlanta, may to produce acompost. quart of a complete fertilizer. are asked to please be song service rendered by
Leaves weeds lawn present and time. .day.Ebenezer
Highland Baptist Church: Rev. Don Denton and son Ga., during the Christmas clippings Alternate these layers until of vital on Business Baptist Church, the three combined Choirs
garden trash kit- Importance.
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Todd visited Miss Enza Blan- holidays. chen wastes and the pile Is 2 to 3 feet high. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. with Deacon McCutchen in
Worship services, 11 a.m. and chard at the Baker County; Mrs. A.C. Kirkland and Cal- be many others The added fertilizer hastens CHURCH Services for Sunday will begin charge.
7 P.TO. Prayer Meeting Wed- Nursing Home in Macclenny vin, were weekend guests of can composted Into an excellent decomposition. Water frequently NEWS with Sunday School at 0:30: (
nesday 7:30: p.m., followedby Eve. 1er-in-law and sister, material for use as a the Greater Allen Chapel AME
on Christmas her bro enough to keep Morning service at 11. Even-
Choir Practice. Guests of Mrs. Truby Wain- Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Lowern growth Materials medium such for plants. pile moist but not too wet. Church Rev. J.R. GilYard, ing service, 6 p.m. with the My Noighbors
as wood shav- pastor.
wright for her family dinneron and family, of Atlanta Ga., ings, sawdust and tree bark Under favorable conditions, Junior Choir serving for the _, I II
PERSONALS Saturday night were Mr. during the Christmas ho- oak leaves composted In tills Services were conducted
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, and Mrs. Jack Wainwright lidays. desirable can be since used but are less manner will decompose in six Sunday starting with Sunday day.Greater Bethlehem Freewill C

had Mrs. Lee's family supperon children of Waycross, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly long periods of they time require months to one year. School at 9:45. Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper
Christmas Eve. Those attending Denise visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul to rot
great-granddaughters, sufficiently.A Incorporate composts Into service was held at 11:30.: After Williams pastor.
were her parents. Mr. Lelsa and Cathy of Jack Seaver In Jacksonville on good compost the top six inches of the floweror the morning service a Everyone enjoyed a spiritualday
and Mrs. G.L. Peterson; her sonville. There were also Wednesday.Mr. bed short
rated into shrub or use as a business meeting was beginning with Sunday
a garden soil will
brothers' family Mr. and many local relatives who at- and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, often mulch to reduce weeds and held. Watchnlght service began School last Sunday. Deacon
greatly improve the
Mrs. David Peterson, Brendaand tended. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- chemical and slow water evaporation from at 10:30.: The messagewas James Prince was the speaker -
Robert, all of Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells man, Mrs. Elnora Prlvett and ties of sandy.soil physical and proper- the soil. Remember that the delivered by Rev.Gilyard. for the morning, using thesubject.
a thus
her sister and daughters.Mrs. and sons, Ernie and Will, son, George were dinner aid plant growth. The organic added organic matter will improve Everyone enjoyed a spiritual "Do We Really Try a
James T. Tresca Nancy and of Huntsville, Ala. spent several guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby matter added Is an Important sandy soils and thus feast. Hard Enough?" League was ;:}:

Linda of Keystone Heights. days with his mother Norman and family on Christ source of nitrogen in the soil. Improve plant growth. So, Sunday services will begin held at 4 p.m. At that timea
Mrs. Joe Dorco had as Mrs. Mae Wells. mas day. Decomposition of the compost, don't throw away those grass with Sunday School at 9:30. Bible quiz and song service
Christmas guests her daugh- Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs.JamesR.Norman by soil microorganisms, releases clippings, weeds or other organic Morning service at 11 (Love- were enjoyed by the students.
ters and their families Mr. Joey and Nancy, Mrs. Hattie and sons were dinner a very small portionfo debris. Compost these feast). Holy communion will At 6 p.m. Rev. Williams gave
and Mrs. Arthur Green Donna Darley and Miss Linda Ed- guests of their mother, Mrs. this nitrogen for use by materials and use them to be given In the 5:30: services. the closing message for the "I carry my own insurance,
and Art of Albany Ga. and wards of Brooker, Mr. and Elsie Norman, on Christmas plants. More importantly, Improve your garden soils. The public is invited attend. day. Watch Night services see.. ."
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ter-
Mrs. David Bennett, Danny day. "ompost can improve
thephy- ---------- -----
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rell and son Kenny of Gaines Bennett, Miss Dianne Bennett, Mrs. Edith Swlnney was a *l
... Property of the soil. The
ville. of Bristol, Tenn.. Mr. and Christmas Eve overnight organic matter adds surface HOLD IN HEAT KEEP OUT COLD !
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly Mrs. Douglas Bennett, of guest of her son-in-law and to sandy soils ONLY THE VERY RICH
area Increasingtheir
had as their guests for Christ- Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Dean daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. capacity to retain moisture ,T cfc Windows. Doors
mas herparents, Mr. and Mrs. and family in Jack-
Bennett, Miss Darlene Ben- North and to hold fertilizer cnesteQ sways
S.A. Shackelford of Jacksonville nett, of Lawtey, gathered at sonville. Mr. and Mrs. S.L. nutrients. It Improves the tilth CAN AFFORD CHEAP
her brother and family the home of Mr.and Mrs.John Swindell and sons were pre- of clay soils by providing
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shackel Bennett for a family dinneron sent for the meal and gift better air and water fIEX IBLEPLASTIC
ford and daughters of Talla- Christmas day. opening on Christmas day. ment. move- AIR CONDITIONINGQuality CRYSTAL CLEAR \

hassee. Mrs. Floy Bennett was a Mrs. Allan Wainwright, Sr. Materials like dry leaves w \
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyett and Mrs. Lissie Work Doesn't Cost It
Sunday overnight guest of her and family, and fresh sawdust should be Pays
and children were dinner son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Starling, Jacksonville,were well composted before they c
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- and Mrs. Glen Williamson, Saturday supper guests of her are added to the soil. These BROWN REFRIGERATION ONLY Run
mond Durbin in Macclenny on and sons, of Macclenny. daughter, Mrs. Elsie Norman. ,1L s.Ea.yte
Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brad- Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Swindell, e : AIR CONDITIONING GENUINE FLEX-0-GLASS ae..ntl Ai.oln Intall C.na.ltt Anyone
and Mrs. E.F. Dentonof ley of Jacksonville Mr. and attended the Bank Amerlcard Leafing through the phonebook I i Is far stronger than poly A n.wIAIMLaos.
Boynton Beach spent Mrs. Dearl Bradley and son Christmas Party on Saturday we notice that in these : WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS .to. thylent-It's the only olna.psndv. Anyone I
Christmas with their son and evening in Jacksonville. th.n.m. plastic window material, Can Afford It
Mr. and Mrs. Spud Masseyand Informal days the only people I '
family Rev. and Mrs. Don family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman who are known as Mr. are : 226. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731 ,"t'our ou.chon," ,,, GUARANTEED 2 FULL YEARS, w.reero".ChI.*In Pt.tw.l/nc.19a4.|o
Denton and children. Gary Bennett and sons were and son of Jacksonville, Mr. usually running beauty salons. d AT YOUR HARDWARE LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPU STORE
Mrs. L.B. Dorm an, Mrs. dinner guest of their mother, and Mrs. Vaughn, of Kings- + u
Leila Pevay of Acoee, and Mrs. R.L. Bradley on Christ- ley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
Mrs. Aline Brown of Orlando mas Eve. erick Prescott, of Highland,
spent Christmas with their Mr. and Mrs.Robert Rosier, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pad-
sister and bortherInIaw.Mr. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. gett, of Maxville, were dinner
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Bill Rosier and children, of guests of their brother and FOOD
Guests of Mr. and Mrs.W.F. Ft. Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. EveryDayLowPrke| flveryDayLowPricej
Moore for Christmas were Marvin Rosier Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman and the Carl ,
their children and families H.H. Brice, Mr. and Mrs.Hen- Normans on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas ry Harris, of Raiford, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Roberts
and children of Live Oak, and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and and family, of Lake City, Mr. SMOKED Pantry FAIR
J.VV. Thomas Jr. of Gaines- children, of Starke were din- and Mrs. J.C. Beqch and family REGULAR GRIND
ville, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey ner guests of their grand- Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North PICNIC Pride .!I
and children of Starke parents and parents Mr. and and family Mr. and Mrs.C.K. PORK STYLE OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE
Mr. and Mrs. S.T. Andrewsand Mrs. Jim Rosier on Christ- Cowan and Bryan and Mr. SUPERMARKETS
children of Wildwood, Mr. mas Eve. and Mrs. J.R. Cowan and family STARKE'S
and Mrs. P.C. Tudor and chil- The Leo Dyal family were all of Jacksonville, were SHOULDER
dren of Okinawa Mr.and Mrs. 320 S. WALNUT ST.
very happy to receive a tele- Christmas dinner guests of
Danny Thompson and family, phone call from their son, Mr. and Mrs. J.F.; Robertsonand I',''Dar
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mooreof Gregory from Turkey, on Mrs. Edith Swinney." / tVIMVDAV LOW PNICfct 0000 7 OAVS
C ..
Jacksonville, and Mr. and 'L B C W. 'ONU'Iun GOOD'HOU
Christmas TO 8LBS 49 .
afternoon 6
day. Sunday Mr. and 591.1' ."fO JON...to...Y 13 QUANTITY l
Mrs Mike Moore. .o.u .0
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bary Mrs. S.L. Swindell were din- r
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwardsand and children of Jacksonville, ner guests of their parents, L B BAG .n, pleased' to accept t
Miss Arthurine Blanchard and their mother, Mrs. Selma Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Swindellof [ U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMP I
visited Mrs. Elizabeth Adklns Eunice, were dinner guests Jacksonville. IIIIIIJ COUPONSSWEET I
in Gainesville on Tuesday. of her son-in-law and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee ter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and family of McAlpln mar-OAr I & MELLOW
spent Christmas day with her Thompson and family, of Irita Crawford and Alice At- CENTER ICHUCK IDWPAC! !, ;
brother and family, Mr. and Starke, on Christmas day. wood of Starke were dinner CHUCKROAST,CUT
Mrs. Byruss O. Lee in Jacksonville Mrs. Marian Hall of Jack- guests of Mrs. Elsie Normanon i I Golden Ripe

sonville, was a guest of her Christmas Eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest sister, Mrs. Hester Hicks, Miss Elizabeth Terry spent i ri STEAK I
spent several days with their on Christmas day. the Christmas holidays with .. BANANAS

children, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mrs. R.L. Bradley was a her sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrick,
Morris, Jr. and Lamar Priest V\V% n Irrlrlu' .,
dinner guest of her son-in- In Tallahassee. On Wednes- '
In Parsippanny, N.J. law and daughter, Mr. and day, another sister, Mrs. 11iSSI \ lJ"W&I'

Mitchell Brown and Earl Mrs. Spud Massey and familyon Joyce Futch, of Brunswick, I .... t79 C I' I
Teston attended the funeralof 10
Tuesday. Ga. went to .. 1
Tallahassee. I ..
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I m ., 1
their uncle, Raleigh Brown, ;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Car- They, with Mrs. Futch, visi- i '4
in Winter Haven last Friday. ter and children, Mr. and Mrs. ted their cousins Mr. and = LB .. 4i 6 6n6Bc

Mr. and Mrs O.J. Boyette, Glen Shuford and family and Mrs. Carl Kirtslnger,of Chat- _ _
Jr. and children spent Christ- Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Shuford tahoochee. On Thursday, Mrs. EveryDayLowPrke | EveryDaylowPrfa EvcryDayLowPrkeHI EveryDayLowPrke
mas day with Mr. Boyette'sparents were dinner guests of their Futch and Miss Terry visited _
Mr. and Mrs. O.J son and daughter, Mr. and their aunt, Mrs. Effle Shel- *ZlAUw'tHOUtMIILAMB LAMB
Bojerte, Sr. in Lake City. Mrs. James Shuford and fam- ton, in Live Oak, and Miss BEEF QUEEN
Doyle Boyer and son-in-law ily on Christmas day. Enza Blanchard in Baker CHOPS
Fred Brown of Jacksonville Wendell Kelly of Belle County Nursing Home,on their ROAST .
visited Mr. Boyer's sister Glade, spent the Christmas way back to Lawtey. Mrs. k TUMCH sucm ewe*raoim MIP MAW|
and brother-in-law Mr. and holidays with his parents, Mr. Futch returned to her homein :* I
:Mrs. W.F. Moore on Tuesday. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly. Brunswick on Friday.Mr. 98 a T 3 ia i

:Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas On Christmas day Mr. and and Mrs. J.G. North, a,I
a dinner guest of Miss Mrs. Harris of Jacksonville Wed- I
Henry of Raiford. spent
E.G. Reddick in Jacksonvillefor and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. nesday afternoon with Mr.and STOKELYI PILLSBURY CAKE
Christmas dinner. Thomas and children, of Mrs. J.F. Robertson and Mrs. &: / I l DRIVE I
Mr. and :Mrs. Doyle Star- Starke, were dinner guests of Edith Swinney.
ling spent Christmas day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Mosleywere MIXES
her mother, Mrs. A.J. TMg- H.H. Brice, and the Jim Ro- weekend guests of their CORN i
pen, of Grenville. siers. son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
The Harley family had their and Mrs. J.A. Wyke and fam- I 17.5oz YELLOW & CHOC. FUDGE j DETERGENT
Dinner gathering recently. Mr and Mrs. A.P. Hallman, ily of Laurinburg, N.C. dur- I 18oz WHITE CHOC MACAROON { LT
was held in the Masonic -
Temple. Among the out of Christmas Keystone dinner Heights guests, were of ing Robert the Christmas Norman and holidays.mother, I & BUTTER / # .HI

of town guests were :Mr. and their brother and sisterinlaw Norman visit- 17oz j 84oz rwIT'", 99Cti
mrs. Hubbard Harley, Mrs. Mrs.. Truman I i
Jackie Smith and children of Mr. and Mrs. Hermie ed another son Reggie Nor- "W'II/GI/ !
Kelly. Another guest for the man, Wednesday In Williston CANS ASST.BonusBuy BOX
Arcadia. :Mr. and Mrs. Dan day was their brother, P.W. Memorial Hospital. He was U .
Harley, Miss Dorothy Alvarez Kelly, of Winter Haven. in serious condition from an
and :Mrs. Lonnie Harley of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morganand accident earlier in the day. : EveryDayLowPrke

Starke, Mrs :Martha Miley, David, of Albany, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- cm McCORMICK
:Mr. and Mrs :Nelson Blocker spent )New Year's weekend Clellan and sons, of Jesup, (

Ga.. Mrs. Margie Reddish and ; ;
sons of Ralford, and Mr. and JL MIX
mrs. Robert McClellan and _CACCIATOM ON _
NOW OPEN son, of Starke were dinner *VIM BAMMCIM

guests of their parents, Mr. 3/l
and Mrs. Les McClellan. on Il
Christmas Eve.

and children of New Smyrna OR SLICES'
Beach, stopped by for a short
SHOE REPAIR visit with their parents, Mr. YELLOW CLINGPEACHES ; TOMATO

and Mrs. W. A. Mosley, on

114 W. Call St. Starke, Florida their relatives return In Laurlnburg from a visit, N.C.with /I/ 11 10 12o..Soz Soz MACARONI SPAGHETTI BEANS a FRANKS CHEESE a MEATBALLS r I JUICE U(ir1lr.Y'-/: '

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs Itoz CHICKEN a NOODLES
and daughters Linda Lori, lll1r10" / lloz MACARONI a BEEF
and Jennifer of Huntsvllle Illllfrr/ / ;

EXPERTShoe Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest aliArircEr
Hewitt, of Tallahassee, Mr. 29oz 31 ] // 3/$1: 460z 3/$1

Bill and,Mrs.of Orlando Harley, Herring Mrs. Ada and CANS i FROZEN ; CANS '

Heath, of Savannah, Ga., Mr.

Repairing and Mrs. Berney Dobbs, Mrs. EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke'Mighty :. .
Rosa Lee Carmichael and

daughters, Mrs. Casey Dobbs ALCOA HighPIES
Dye WorjkZipper and daughter Terry, all of ALUMINUMWRAP 1

Jacksonville were guests of c. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
WorkOrthopedic during the Christmas holi _PEACH AND CHCHRYFftOZIN

days. /

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Forget about Martin Bor- I

mann. A more difficult question EvtryDayLowPrkcoiAwitTi Every DayLowPrk* Every EveryDayLowPrkePANTMT [EveryDayLowPrk EveryDaytowPricc EveryDaylowPrke '
ANDMiscellaneous !If where all those people
who were eager to put up the HAIR ':" CAKE
Christmas decorations dlsap s DONUTS
Work pear to when Iff time to Ukf. SPAGHETTI TOWELS I 'NPRAY, DEODORANT ....u.............. .

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I I DOT Will Begin Survey

An investment in Your future i Of Railroad CrossingsFlorida's

ways within the state are protected -
f"KV''II Department of by warning lights or
";, J i Transportation, In conjunctionwith gates. Only 22 percent,roughly -
{ ; 1i 1- the eight railroad com- one outof five,grade crossIngs -
b ,' 1, 11' IE ( panies serving Florida, will on non-federal-aid highways -

"cc ; A1 1Pr begin crossings an Inventory within of all the railroad state- rids. are protected In }'lo-

"Fir tdan par faun k a.a all Nrt Matt M Jip" January 16, Florida Secretaryof At the present time, no financial -

..y_... .. m" ,- "".-,.."' ''..'''''-'''!.....-,.,_Ml\L".JI..\.""' "?.:! "'",. mlw:. ..",,t't om' "' ........."'!!"!.:)'" vell announced this week. Installation of protective devices -
"This Department Is awareof at crossings on nonfederal -
CHURCH STARKE CHRUCH STARKE CHURCH. STARKE occurring on rail crossings In Florida the greatest -
Intersection of Highways 16 Father James Cregan. pas- Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng Serviceslleld within the state" Revell said, need Is on these second-

Sunday Sunday School.9:45 North) and 225. Sunday-Baptist Men's MeetIng Worship U ajn. Evening In PlantationJohn "and the Inventory will be ary, county and city roads
tor.Saturday Worship 7 and
un.; Morning; Worship at U; Sunday School, 9:45: MornIng and Breakfast, 7:30 ajn.; Mass 7 pan. Sun- Everyone welcome.p.m. the first step In a programto Florida streets.railroad -

UMYF snack supper.6UMYF; Service at U. Evening:; Sunday School 9:45; Morning I day Mass 10 a.m. Holy; Day -Rev. Robert Halsten, pas- Dye Jr., 56, of Plantation Improve the crossings. cooperating In the companIes inven-
meetings recreation.6:30. Service, 730. Wednesday Worship at 11: sermon: "The Mass, 7 p.m.Confession. tor. near Fort Lauderdale "The Florida Department the Southern
Calling" Bell Is fully tory venture are
Monday Administrative Service 7:30 p.m. Christian ; Saturday 6 and a tormerresldentofJack- 'of Transportation
In -Rev.James T. Parrish Ringers 4:30; Youth Choir committed to the task of reducing Railway System, Seaboard
Board meeting FellowshipHall CHURCH OF CHRISTAT sonville and KIngsley Lake
p.m.School Coastline Railroad,
Practice 5:15 January Bible hazards at rail crossIngs -
of Religion:
MELROSE died Saturday Dec.23,In Bro-
East Coast Railroad, Apalachicola -
Wednesday Youth Choir NEW RIVER BAPTIST Study, 6:15; Evening Worshipat Grade School Sunday 11 Schedule ward General Hospital after within the state.Others--
of Services
a Railroad Lou-
: Northern ,
Sunday School 10 MornIng 7:30 sermon: "FreedomIn 12 Including the U. S. Congress,
Rehearsal pjn.; MId-Week ajn. ; a.m. to noon. long Illness.
Sunday Bible 10 Railroad
Study ajn. isville and Nashville ,
Prayer Group, 7:30: ; Chancel Worship 11 a.m. Training Chrlstl" High School-- Wednesday 7p.m. Morning Worship 11 ajn. Mr. Dye was a native of the U.S.DepartmentofTrans-railroad St. Louis and San Francisco
Choir Rehearsal, 8 pjn. Union 7 pjn. Evening Wor Monday-Youth Ensemble Lawtey the son of the late portation and the
Evening Worship 7 p.m. Railroad Co., Atlantic and St.
ship. 8 pjn. Wednesday Night Practice, 6:30 pjn.; January companies--must be equally
--Rev. George L. Harper, All other John B. Dye and Susie Belle and
Pastor. service 7:30 p.m. Everyone Bible Study, 7 o'clock.TuesdayHelen HOPE BAPTIST'CHURCH evening-8 pan Blanchard Dye. He moved committed If we are to accomplish Andrews Bay Railway,
and Blountstown
welcome. Masters (8 mi. south of Starke on BROOKER BAPTIST CHOIR with the family to Fort Lau- this task successfully -
-Jim Countryman pastor. Group meets at the church hwy 100)Sunday TO PRESENT CANTATAThe derdale In 1935. where they ," Revell said. Railroad. of this Inventoryand f
MADISON STREET 9:30 a.m.; Ida Darby Group School 10 san Brooker established the Everglades Florida's total number of Completion will
BlUtIstChurch evaluation
BAPTIST,CHURCH BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH meets at home of Mrs. L.N. Morning Worship 11 ajn. Fertilizer Co. crossings are estimated at subsequent
multiple-age choir will first In line to
Sunday School 10 ajn.MornIng Pickering 2:30; Lorena Ep Choir Practice .6:30: jun. sent Christmas cantata pre- Mr. Dye was president' of 8,000, Including approximately place funds when--
a federal
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morn- Worship U a.m. Evening person Group meets at homeof Evening Worship ..7l:5p.m.: "The Night the Angels Sang"by the company at the time of 6,500 crossings on fed- receive the
Ing Worship, 11:Church Train- Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Mrs. Cula Coran 3 pjn.; ,Prayer Bible Study :.Wed. John W. Peterson at 7:30 his death. He was a mem- eral-aid state county and and Congress Act. passes
Ing, 6:15; WMU Prayer Circle Meeting 7:30 p.m.Wednesday.Rev. Young Musicians Choir;Music 7:30: pjn.Rev. Dec. 17 and 18 at the ber of the board of directorsof city roads and streets.Of 1972 Highway
7:15; Evening Worship 7:30. .J.C.Saunders pastor. Maker's Choir 3:30;G. .;Bell Merle L. Packham pjn.church. The is the Florida Agricultural the total grade cross-
Monday Youth Choir 7 Group Practice, 4:15; January pastor. public cor- Research Insltute for 19 Ings, only 1,800 presently are *
p.m.; WMU Meeting, 7:30.: LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Bible Study, 7 pm.WednesdayFamily. dially years; president of the flor- protected with automatic Cousin Fuseloyle says he
Tuesday Prayer Group, HOLINESS CHURCH Night FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD ida Agricultural Council warning devices.Six really doesn't expect much
9:30 a.m.; Bible Study,10 a.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Supper 6 pjn.; Business Ralford Road & Weldon St. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. 'treasurer and co-founder of; hundred crossings, representing from a .year that begins on a
Wednesday Sunday School Morning Worship 11 a.m. Meeting, 6:30; January Bible Sunday School. 10 ajn. Morn- Sunday School 10 ajni Morning the Fort Lauderdale Youth 55 percent of allcrossings Monday.AUCTION
Teachers & Officers Meeting, Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening Study 7 pjn.; Church Choir Ing Worship 11. Sunday Even- Worship 11 ajn. Sunday Center and member of the I on federal-aid high

6:30 P.m.; Prayer Meeting, Worship 7 p.m. Practice, 8:15.Saturday Ing 7 pjn. Thursday night Evening 7 pjn. Youth Night, board of directors of the First SALE
Mission Friends, 7:30 Adult Tuesday Prayer Meeting Association
; 7:30.Charles Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. Prayer National Bank of Fort Lauder
Choir Deacons Meeting, 8:30. 7:30: pjn. Youth Rally. First Baptist Thomas, pastor. Meeting, Friday 7:30: pjn. dale. Among his many civic
Thursday Bible Study, 10 -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pas- Church Keystone Heights. --Rev. M.E. Fussell pas- and fraternal activities, he Wilson's South Side
7:30 -James T. Brock, pastor.
a.m., p.m.Denton tor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST tor. was founding president of the
SumraU,, Pastor Plantation Rotary Club, and a
Master Mason of West Gate Trading
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45 ajn.
STARKE CHURCH CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11. TrainIng Sunday School, 10 ajn. Lodge No. 332.Surviving .
Sunday School 10 Morning are his widow, 301 South at Starke City Limits
'OF CHRIST Sunday School, 10 a.m. ajn. Union 6:30 P.m. Evening Morning Worship II a.m.;
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Morning Worship at 11 ajn. Worship 11.Training Union Service 7:30. Midweek Prayer Evening Worship, 7 pjn.Wed Angel Hurst Dye of Planta-
Services' II a.m. and Sunday night Service at 6:30.: 6:30. Evening Worship,, 7:30. Service, 7:30. nesday Prayer Meeting and tion; three daughters; a bro- JAN. 14 1 P.M.Rain
6 pjn. Midweek Service,Wed- Wednesday night prayer -Rev. Jim Black pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pas- Bible Study, 7 p.m. Young ther, A.M. (Fred) Dye of Fort .
Ladles Bible Peoples Meeting every Monday Lauderdale; and eight grand-
nesday 7 p.m. meeting at 7:30. tor.
Class, Thursday 11 a.m. -Cecil E.Crawford Sr.pas 7 pjn. children. ( or Shine)
JORDAN MISSIONARY Prevatt, pastor. Funeral services were held
Church located one block weston BAPTIST
SR-16. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Everyone welcome. at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec 27, ANTIQUES.GLASSWARE
301 North, behind Tas- Sunday School 10 ajn.Morn- In the Ralph Funeral Home at ,
J.P.H. Bell, minister. KINGSLEY CHURCH LAKEBAPl'IST tee Freez Drive In. Sunday Ing Worship, : llam Band. Pre Young Services Plantation, with Rev. CharlesFix TOOLS FURNITURE MANY
Booster: ,, -
Worship Ser- of Plantation Community
PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL School. 10 ajn. Service) ;
School Morn- and Prayer Infant
Sunday a.m. People, FaberAdam '
vice 11 and 7 p.m. Prayer Church officiating. Burial
METHODIST CHURCH Ing Worship at 1L Training Service ajn.7:30 Wednes- 6 pjn. Evening Worship 7 pjn. was In Lauderdale Memorial MANY OTHER ITEMS
: pjn.
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Union, 6:30 pjn.; Evening Midweek Service, Wednesday I
Gardens Mausoleum. Auction.
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Worship,' 7:30 Prayer Meeting day.Leroy E.L. 7:30 pjn.Rev.John Strickland, Tremayne Faber 16- Col. WyU"Cobb
Olive pastor months-old of Mrs. Lu-
Service 6 p.m.Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Pastor son
7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. -- S.C. Cuthbert Interim Griffls associate pastor. cille Faber,was fatally burned
Monday morning when a mobile -
Griffls pastor. pastor.BROOKER MORGAN ROAD
BAPTIST CHURCH fire north of Starke. The ALONELUXURY
633! W., Pratt St. Sunday infant born August
Highway S-100 A BROOKER, FLA. Morning Worchlp at 11. Train- was on
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Services: Sunday School Train-, 10 Ing Union, 6:30, Evening Ser- 30, 1971 at Starke.
Preaching.11 ajn. Besides the mother survi-
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training a.m. ,
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron vice, 7:30.
Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- Bristol Superintendent. Ing Union 5:45: pjn. Evening WednesdayPrayer and vors are maternal grandpa- QUILT TOP
Worship, 7 Everyone rents Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
ship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Training Union 6:45. Lowell pjn. Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. ,
Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn. Douglas, Director. Worship welcome. --Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor. Griffls; and great grandmother
-Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr., Services U ajn., 7:30.: Mid- -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor. Mrs. Leonard Griffls,

Pastor. !week Prayer..Service, 7:30. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH all- of Starke.
Lavern Outlaw, music direc- LAURA BAPTIST BROOKER Funeral services were heldat SAVE $40 SET !
CHURCH OF GOD tor. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10 ajn. Wor- 2 pjn. Wednesday In Jones
Worship 11 ajn. Memorial with Rev.
Morning Chapel
LAWTEY.FLA. ship Services 11 san and 7
Schedule of services: Sunday Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. Training Union 6 pjn. Bill Lovell conducting. inter- I
Midweek Bible Study, Wed- p.m. in Lake
ment Crosby
School 10 Morning
a.m. HAMPTON BAPTIST -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor.
Worship at 11. Evangelistic CHURCH nesday, 7:30 p.m. Cemetery.Daytoday.

Service 6 p.m. YFE and Sunday School 10 ajn.; Be-Lester In church Austin Sunday., pastor. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN living can assume -
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Morning Service 11 ajn.;Bible CHURCH new proportions if we LIMITED TIMEINNERSPRING Iff
7:30: p.m.Rev.. Daisy
Study 6:30 pjn.; Evening Ser- Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- will but discard hidebound
KIght. Pastor.ST. vice 7:30 p.m.Wednesday BAYLESS HIGHWAY Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
and biased
Prayer and BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 7.James Shaw prejudice !
MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 Kenneth Let us keep our vision clear
Bible Study p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. pastor. or
CHRUCH MACCLENNY -Melvin Hamel, Pastor. Ellxson director. Morn- and unclouded and our mind
Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Uoly ing Worship at 11. Church FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH open to new ideas. An entire FOAM RUBBER

Day Mass, 5:30 p.m. CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS Training, 6 p.m. Gerald Nor Sunday Service Sunday new vista may be unveiled, revealing -
CHURCH man director. Evening Wor- School 9:45 ajn. Morning that which may have
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School 9:45 ajn. ship, 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Worship 10:45 ajn. Evening been hidden previously. Cast Luxurious Floral! Print Cover
LATTER DAY SAINTS Morning Worship 11 ajn. and Bible Study 7 pjn. Service, 7:15 p.m. Youth off the invisible shell of dull
1404 E. Bessent Road Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. J.D. Robinson, pastor. Group Meeting Sunday, 6:30 complacency and a bright Puff Quilted to Foam

Family Home EveningMonday. Thursday night Prayer P.R1. shining panorama will b> >.eeveaMd. '
Meeting 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESYTERIAN -J.C. Brown minister Regular

Primary-Tuesday, 4:30 pjn. -David Hodges, Pastor. CHRUCHSTARKE --
WednesdayRelief Society, Sunday--Church School
7:30. GREATER BETHLEHEM 9:45; Morning Worship at 11. 5995Each
Thursday-- M.I.A.-7:30 pjn. FREE WILL BAPTIST Nursery provided.WednesdayYouth. Do You Have A r '
Sunday-Priesthood 8:30 CHURCH Fellow- _T

a.m. Sunday School,10:30 a.m. Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday ship, 7:30 p.m.ThursdayChoir. Heating System That
School 9:30 Morning Rehearsal f
Evening Meeting 6 pjn. Sa- Mattress or matching Box Spring
crement. Worship, 11 ; League 4 pjn. 7:30 p.m. '
-Jesse D. Branson, Branch Night Service, 6 pjn.-Rev. --Erik T. Johnson, MInIs- Costs A Lot Money f/ { t 'r Foam Twin rubber or sold Full in Size sets only
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other or persons
Acres -- $3,250 Ya? LET US HELP!
organization. This Informal 5 p.m. preceding Thursday 2.74 Bugging
before publication.: 2.75 Acres -- $3,250
Is better known by the We Handle
Several days ago, I looked vive. The young continue to group of AARP Club. There 2.82 Acres -- $3,350
out our front door and hap- grow and develop In the pouch name and rules or 3.11 Acres -- $3,650 FOR RENT12' wide Mobile EXOTIC CRUISES
dues no I
pened to notice an opossum for several weeks; after that, are regulations. The activitiesare 3.19 Acres -- $3,750 homes outside city limits. J. : --.- (fJ1' To The

strolling through the yard In they will only enter the pouchto based on the need and in Minimum(Covers Charge 15 words$1.75) 3.92 Acres -- $4,550 B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If no CARRIBEANSAlso
the middle of the afternoon. nurse. 4.00 Acres -- $4,650 answer call 964-8874. tfchg
of older Americansand Each SERVICE IS
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over < TERMSA. Airline Tickets
With the aoundant supply REASONABLE
Normally shy and secretive,
he becomes active only at opossums there are numer- is keeping being them offered Informed by Federaland on what All Classified Ads must be J. THOMAS, REALTOR! FOR RENT-- 2 BR house In AVAILABLE IN STARKE and Tours

night so I was quite suprrlsed ous animals that prey on State government in their paid for In advance unless Tel. 964-5701 Country. Also 1 & 2 BR apts.In 964-8596 Call 964.1449
to see him. After calling my thembobcats and foxes, as behalf. you have established account (t;:)I Starke W.H.Nollman. Factory Trained VW .. TOWN FINANCE CO.

husband to come, we walked well as predatory birds Incul- with The Telegraph In that Mechanic P.O. Box 226 N. Temple

outside and Just watched as ding owls which hunt for food The one important matter at event 50C extra charge for SALERegistered Angus Major And Minor RepairsOn
billing Not responsible for FOR FOR RENT12' wide Mobile
this primitive mammal cas- primarily during the night, present Is this proposal of the Phone 964-6114 J. B. J. All Makes One Day
errors wnen the calves. homes outside city limits.
given over
ually walked through the pal- when opossums are most act-
A ARP Chapter for the United Farm
Melrose when Is White. tfchg On Mast Jobs
phone or copy not typed B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If no I Service
the ive.
Into woods.
I Community Center as the and brought to the office answer call 964-8874. tfchg Agency Inc.
have heard ,
Opossums are found In most Frequently Keystone area has an enroll- ACE GARAGE
areas of Florida but they tend the opossum likened to large ment of 45 members In that - FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 350, Reg. Real Estate Broker
to prefer open woods.They are rat probably due to the long Chapter. good shape 4000 miles, also FOR RENT- 2 trailer. In 528 S. Walnut St.
well adapted for tree life but naked tall. This tall is extremely CLASSIFIED DISPLAY helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby. front of Pine Breeze Subdivision Paul & Irene Faulkner

may wander for considerable useful as it is used PERSONALSMr. tfchg : Phone 964-8319 dtp) PAYROLL ENVELOPES, Associates

distance on the ground.A for balance when climging and Mrs. John Lebertof SI.75 per Inch Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. 206 S. Water Street
cozy nest out of leavesIn and true, the opossum canhang Cincinnati Ohio stopped by 2 Inch minimum -- $3.50 FOR SALERegistered Angus FOR RENT-Peggy's Drive-In. 964-6305.

a fallen log or a hollow bv his tall! to say hello to Mrs. Ann Le calves. Phone 964-6114. 611 E. Brownlee St. Ph. 964- WE NOW HAVE( diamond nee- Starke, Fla. 964.5065
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tree makes a perfect daytime see bert, as Mr. Lebert was on J. B. White tfchg 8077. Up 1/4 dles for any make or model WANT TO SELL OR

hiding place. Recently a hunter was injured his way to attend aconferenceIn Memorials resolutions Pro- stereo player.Dahmer's BUY REAL ESTATE?

Finding food usually posesno by an adult female bear St. Petersburg. clamations. Card of Thanks FOR SALE -- AKC registered Discount House tfchg Call Us Far Best Prices
problem for this omnivore who was protecting her cub. :S4.UU, Minimum up to 50 German Shepherd pups. 4 Prospects Waiting

Opossums will eat Just about The Game & Fresh Water Plnon words. Each word over 50- males, 2 females $50.00 each MISCELLANEOUSNUGENT SEWING MACHINES cleaned, tfchg
and Mrs. William
anything Insects, earth- Fish Commission regulationsstate 80. -
; 318 Lafayette St. or Ph. oiled and adjusted In your
worms, snakes, frogs, small that NO bear cubs will of Smith Lake enjoyed a home $5.Vacuum
their 964-8017.. 3tp 1/18 Cleaner repairs -
mammals, fruits and berries be hunted or molested at any Christmas visit from also. All workguaran-
will not be shunned by this time. This makes me wonder daughter and family also of teed.--Dennls E. Coggins Ph. PUMPSNEW
creature. what the hunter thought that Cincinnati Ohio. /Viy For ClassifiedAds WATER FRONT LOTS 431-1428.
Opossums are considered he was doing In trying to get In AdvanceIncreaxed FOR SALE

extremely primitive due to the the cub out of the tree. Mrs. Nell Grayson spent cost have madeIt On Crosby Lake and Crosby Service SALES

undeveloped state 'that the If cubs are fully protectedas the Christmas weekend with necessary for this newspaper Lake Canal. (Canal 50 feet Resldentlal"And! JIMMY MOORE'S PARTS
young are born In. Marsupials the regulations state, her daughter Mrs. Velva to clarify It. present wide; 8 feet deep) Locatedon
are common in Australia shouldn't their mothers,whom Hartley at Satellite Beach.She rules and adopt new ones for State Road 100, 3 miles Commercial Wiring S.. Sprts SERVICE

where they have been Iso- their survival depends on, also received the sad news of the the publication of classified. West of Starke, Fla. Ideal Additional OutletsAir Deep and Shallow Wells
lated from agressive preda- be protected? The unfortunate sudden death of her sister advertisements In Us col for vacation cottage, mobile Conditioning MORE BOAT FOR

tors by water. The opossumour accident would never have occurred Mrs. Addle Spilman in an auto umns. home or investment. Hookups YOUR MONEY
had the man left the accident near St. Louis. All advertisements of this Prices start at1295.00200
( only marsupial represen- Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
Trailer Palo Meters Stark. Ph. 964.5791mplete
nature must be paid In advance
tative) has flourished for sev- cub and female alone. down and $35.00 month for 36
24-Hour Service
eral reasons, but the wide unless an established months ((8-1/2% simple inter- Outboard Stern SERVICEON
monthly account is main. &
variety of material that he tamed with this newspaper.Mailing est). Phone 9644641 Drive Service and Repair. ALL MAKES
will eat has certainly beena and bookkeeping Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to
primary reason. His adap- KEYSTONE MELROSE costs have advanced, makingIt 9 p.m. weekdays. tf Complete Fiberglass Repair 964.1061DURRANCE

tability to living in conjunc- necessary to make this MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. Custom built Fiberglass
tion with human development, BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S adjustment. Fishing Beats.
feeding on garbage, has also It Is much preferred that
been an asset to his abun- classified advertising be REDUCED RATES Phone 752-3723
dant numbers. SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN placed In person rather than For Best Selection Of Moved 5 Blacks North
Marsupials are named for by telephone so a. to avoid AUTO, FIRE/BOAT RELAX and unwind with safe, 864 N. Tempi Av.

their marsuplums or pouches. SLIMS ,e HARDWARE errors. T i" DOYLE E. CONNER TRAVEL TRAILERS effective GoTense tablets. Only

After a gestation period of Stuff AND6ARDIEN MINI-HOMES 98(5( Andrews Pharmacy.2tp--

only 12 days, the young are Fish -'H' INSURANCE AGENCYtchg.. TRUCK CAMPERSAND 14
born. CENTER Home and 31-1/2 Acres locat-
FURNITURE FOR TOPPERSFull ed on SRD. 100 South. Home
These embryo-like crea- Liv. Bait A compl.t. line of Hdw.
0. C. Nursery
tures crawl hand over handto Crlck.ts.Shlnn..Wom. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS SALE Line Of Parts And 3 bedroom CB construction.Land .
Thousands of Plants bordered by two paved
mother's where
the pouch As Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp. A.J. THOMAS, REALTOR ServiceINSURANCE Fruit Trees, Shade Trees.Evergreens roads and one graded road.
they attach to a nipple. Gro Ton. Fertilisera
many as 18 young may be TACKLE-RODS-REELS Appraising And General Camellias,
born but only the first 13 FISHING & HUNTING Insecticides FOR SALEDoors, entrance Azaleas, Roses BILL POWELL BROKER
to reach the pouch will sur- LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Materials screen interior, lovers, shut- Real Estate Sales Most In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING

Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light ters, closet bifolds, sliding AT 964.6464OR
ICE glass. Windows, awning& sin 30 Years Experience In REDUCED RATES 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark.

Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3663 gle hung. Also lumber and AUTO FIRE, BOAT Hwy. 100

NEWS ABOUT FURNITURE-GIFTS TELEVISION-AIR COND. hardware. All new and pricedto Florida Land Matter DOYLE E. CONNER Florohome 659.2165 'WAYNE DOUGLAS

Lake Geneva TV Service Center flicks 301 N. of Starke. 964- Tel. 96 .5701 tchg.
5184. 4tp MILLEI IrewslVOLKSWAGEN 964-6593
Furniture QuasarTVSTERO Temple Ave. SLEEPING PROBLEM? Rest-

WANTEDUsed furniture,refrigerators less? Get Snoozer Tablets fora
__ SEWING MACHINES, cleaned,
1 r Gift & Cahdle Shop washers.Dah- safe night's sleep. Only 98C--
oiled and adjusted In home
mer's Discount House your
CAR tfchg Andrews 1/25
AND PORTABLE Pharmacy. 5tp--
Kenneth E. Nooney, 21, son EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL $5. Vacuum Cleaner repairs
of Mr.and Mrs.Frank Nooney, also. All work guaranteed.-
of Keystone Heights, recently Name Brand Furniture ANDRESIDENTIAL SEWING MACHINESCleaned, Dennis E. Coggins phone 431-
enlisted into the U.S. Air S.. Our Display ForChristmas Beautiful spinet-console stor- oiled and repaired. PIIC Sports- New & Used IfIt.: 1428. tfchg.REDUCE .

Force and reported to Lack- AIR CONDITIONING ed locally. Reported like new. wear, across from Starke Sales Service
Gifts FIAT
AFB San Antonio Repsonsible party can take on Builders Supply tfchg
safe & fast with Go-
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva low payment balance. Write _.
Texas, January 2 for basic SALES I Mi. North of the Mail' Bese Tablets & E-Vap "waterpllls"
before send truck. Joplin PARTS
training. 1 Ml. East of Keystone Hgts. KEYSTONE 473-4651 we HOME REMODELLING Jobs
-- Andrews Pharmacy.6tp .
During his six weeks at the Piano, P.O. Box 103 Panama SERVICE done; also plumbing house GAINESVILLE
Mr Training Command's _REAL ESTATF MOBILE HOME City, Fla. 3240!. itpWANTEDCOOKS USED IMPORT CARS wiring and some appliance -- 2/1

Lackland ATB, Texas, he will work. Prompt service. Call
study the Organization Mission Richard T. LovornRsf. Wont to sell your Mobil. # HARFIED AUTO :5tp 21SUPER in
and Customs of the Air Real Estate Broker Home? If you have a buyer, HELP WANTED IMPORTS, INC. SELLING? home. Ages 1 through 5. 5
STICK Plastic
Force. Mobile Home Brokers willarrange Vinyl
964-7043 ltp.
After completing basic LAKE PROPERTIES ALL financing and 509 E. University Letters & Numbers for Interiorand days a
training Airman Nooney will Gainesville exterior use. All sizes co-
insurance details for brokerage
a -
be assigned to Keesler .\FB. RESIDENTIAL -a. fee of 10% of the selling 20 years of lors. Bradford County Telegraph -
Mississippi for advanced BUSINESS ACREAGE '-" age or older. Please apply at GEORGE ROBERTS
training In Ground Radio Electronics APPRAISALS price. For more Information Holiday Inn. 2tchg. 1/4 REAL ESTATE
This is one of over AnsOn' TYPEWRITERS Adding Machines SEWINGMACHINE

125 technical schools which Keystone Mobil. Homes & Cash Registers
Hgts. 473-3254 HOME BROKERS TED--Mald. Apply in PHONE 961-7826
the Air Force can guarantee cleaned repaired. STARKE
person at To-Rena Motel. 2tp SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
an Individual prior to en- TYPEWRITER SERVICE
Edna RT. 1 BOX 350 J 1/11 421 W. MADISON ST.
listment. Knepper; Assoc. Enpondo Rooms & Add 782-3020. 5tp 1/11 Sales and Service

Airman Nooney is a 1970 473.4 III MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 On Rooms
graduate of Keystone Heights Martha, Assoc. Free Delivery and Set Up 100S FINANCING ALCOA SIDING SPECIALIST- P FAFF ELNA
PHONE 475-1751 Since 1938. All Wood CoveredIn
High School and is married to 100 AVAILABLE foryour custom- New Home
the former Jeanne Salsbury. built home by local quality Aluminum WHITE
The couple has a daughter BEAUTY SHOPNell's BANK FINANCINGHWY builder on one of our large, Guaranteed. WILLIAM
Dora Lynn. 17 NORTH shady lots. -RALPH! BRYAN, O. Box 1081, KEYSTO"EHEIGHTS. $49.50
LEONARD'Sfeauty GREEN COVE 964-6208. 4tchg 1/4 FLA. (904) 473-
3 Bedroom.2 Bath brick home. 3366. 9tp Parts &
Tel. 284.5001 264-7311 Repairs on
1I1e Old 1t/71wl Style SlzoI OUTBOARD SHOP Central Heat & .Jr. wall to all other make uachlnesNATIONAL
"For lovelierPhone wall carpet. Terms available. GIVE SERVICEWe get
a S SAVE $1
-.i' yo,," UNITED FARM AGENCY LONG CHAMPHome.and results! List your propertyfor
__ PAUL & IRENE! FAULKNER sale with us. Call today.--
rr y '1' 475-221 FRED DAVIS '
Johnson Motors .
I I BUICK PONTIAC 964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg
:' ''f.1i'1''\ \ Between SALES & SERVICE CMC TRUCKS "Materials 611 W. Univ. Ave.

\ '>. CLASTRON AND & Country Club, ready for TRIC Add Machines, $99.50. Fla.
>f :;-;::.<,.:. ..:...u' s Heights ... CHECKMATE BOATS building on or for Investment.Lots SAVE YOU A LOT" "Yo" Plans Or Ours Ideal for home or office. No 378-1355

'The.man who looks liuck- Melro. r area approximately 1/2 I GREEN COVE SPRINGS Your' Lot Or Ou,.." plastic, all metal. Bradford
bard l with Hurry i it likely lo Keystone Height, Flo. acre and larger. Paved roads FREE ESTIMATES County Telegraph. ---
I 00000
3 minutes from town.
hemp into trouble ahead.,
Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 Remodeling Repairs

This p.m. tfchg CARL BEGGS Additions.. HELP WANTEDNo

FULL OR PARTIME' Demarco And Son Gulf Service Homes Bought. Sold
Space For USED SHEET METAL, 50C( a
WORK AT\ HOME Specializing In sheetJackson Building Sup Traded Experience Necessary, Steady Work,
Sale ply. It/chg ACREAGE FOR SALE9NU.53
Mobil Home Sales Person Residential; Slobs USED Fringe Benefits

Male Or Female. No Exper Concrete Patio, Block
Hwy 301 S. Starke
ience Necessary, We Train Work Pointing. 6x9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98;

You. Must Be Honest And Licensed And Insured 12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 only PARTSFor
1495. Many patterns and colors NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.
Well Liked In Your Commune FREE ESTIMATES Dahmer's Discount tf WE MAKE ALL

ity If Selected, You Will Re- Phone 373.1550 Most, Makes (Of f Cars MAJOR APPLIANCE Road 21 Hampton, Fla.
Portable ,
present "Clay Cauntys"Largest MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
Wrecker Service
24 Hr.
likenew, with new waranty. REPAIRS
Mobile Home Dealer., Only $75 at Dahmer's Discount | 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.

Contact Cecil White, Astro House. 8tchg 12/28 Hwy. 301 N. Waldo EXPERT REPAIRMEN > An Equal Opportunity Employer

Homes, Inc. P.O. Box 637 Phone 468.1998 CALL 961-8363

Orange Park, Florida 32073 Little & Son Mobile Home FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 350, IMA* e o a a o gFACTORY
good shape. 4000 miles also Starka

Phone 904-264-7900 helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby. w.::".>>.:.:<<-::::::;;::;'.;: ::: ::;:: :::::: :f.x:::;:: :r: ::

Repair & tfchg EARL'S LAND ClearingDiscing Appliance Service
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and Fill Dirt. Call after HELP NEEDED
LOTS FOR SALE In Southgate 323 Brownie. St. rf :
Service Subdivision. Call Marc Jackson 4 P.M. 533-2147. 4tp 12/28 r.t' <<<

Towing 9646078. Stchg--2/22
YARD SALE Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able i ii

Sat. Only Complete Mobile Home RepairSewer FOR SALE--1966 Buick Elec- i bodied factory help. No experience necessary.

12-6 tra. John Rufflnl.! 4734654.Up OLINS MOBILI E: HOME SALES Y Steady work, overtime fringe benefits.IF .
P.M. 1/4

Setup Water Septic Releveling HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-560i 6 .-... M v" YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK AMPLY ;
HWY 100 W. ,
FOR -"N. '
SALE--Argentina Hay. 2 Travel Trailers Self AT' =*
Bale CorM ,tained 1 1p .. .. t t.OWEN
Stark., Fla. Please"Stark. or ton. Ph. 964-5630 .ri:: ,;-
"fTe/lim To after 5 PM. A.B. Whitehead i JOISTAN
At Little & Son's I Jr. 2tp 1/11 ft. And !-27ft.. Sellin,p Far Fall Clearance >>

Mobile Homes ., Fla. 32091 ; Also 2 Rep tsed Homes I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

FREE--7 lovable puppies need Lincoln City Read Monday through Friday fy
1-2457 Doublewide & 1.1260 Singlewide.
Repairs I PHONE Res. a good home. Call 964-6558 i 7.00 A.M. To TF
964-8977 5:00 P.M. .
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