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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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JULIAN C. YONGSUS

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Vol, 94 STARKE, FLORIDA 15*

No. 24 Thursday, January 11, 1973 Copy



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Heads Bryan Francis DelaysReinstatement







County Board r A





Second term

County Commissioner -

Starke Ralph has Bryanof been 6.1 \ Move ; Wants


named to Head

Bradford's governing i


for board a new organized year. -r Think
Time T
Veteran CommissionerDave R t.. o

Shuford, Lawtey, was
elected vice-chairman. All i/

other county appointed offices
will remain unchanged. Those 44yti .
Meeting
posts are held by Civil Defense
Director Charles Hardy, Road
Forman Leon Ellington, Mos- t- County Looks
quito Control Director Jack Set OnPolicies

Trawick, Custodians Herbertand w
Ruth Norman and County i
Attorney Gene Shaw.

Newly elected Chairman FavorablyOnHousing
Ralph Bryan gave each of the r

five board members, Including A four-hour turn -
himself, three areas of
responsibility to head up. lltOUS meeting

These are: City of the school board
Commissioner Eddie Allen-
agruculture Fair Association: Wednesday left recently -

and mosquito control and land transferred

use.Commissioner Eddie Allen- Jail Inmates Bradford High
agriculture, Fair Associa- Shown being enrobedabove, newly elected County Judge Sanders presided over his first court i ses Principal Charles;

tion, and mosquito control and Judge Elsie Sanders was invested of his office last sion Tuesday. Francis with a good

land fills Wednesday in Eighth Judicial Circuit ceremonies at fee inside for more pictures and story on invest. Receiving favorably the Cityof over the first few months chance of returning

Commissioner Bryan- the Alachua County courthouse in Gainesville. titure ceremonies. starke's proposal to house operation, Councilman !Nell
Bradford County Library, city prisoners In the Bradford Tucker explained, suggestingthe to BUS ifhe decides
budgets and finance, and zon- jail, the County Commission city place funds In a trustto to.
ing and land use.CommIssioner. named Monday a committee to pay the county.Commissioner.
Dave Paulk- work with the city in drawingup Francis requested time to
Roberts
civil defense, motor vehicle an agreement. George think about the move, and got
inspection station, and roads suggested the count It.
((including the County Road Judge Sanders Presides :Named': to the committee for use part of the city's court It also left the future of
Department). the county by newly alected fees to pay for the jail lockup the dress code of the HI is
Commissioner George Ro- Chairman Ralph Bryan are But Attorney Gene Shaw 'athletic department t r-tie!
bertsfire department municipalities Commissioners Dave Shuford explained once again that court hands of Athletic fHrcctor 1 David -
publicity and pub- and George Roberts. Bryan costs are one thing and payment nurse and Assistant Supt.
lic improvements. Robertsis also asked Sheriff Dolph Red- to have city Inmates IC,I., Kllpatrlck with a report;
Over First dish and Police Chief Ken housed another matter entirely -
the out-going board chair- Court SessionJudge due to the school board on
Fuqua to work with the com- .
man and secondmost senior changes or a new policy at a
mittee. It is still unclear whetherfor
member. special school board meeting
j Commissioner Dave Shu- The move came about Mon- the first six months of set for 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday -
t I fordcourthouse, health and Elzle Sanders, pre- $36 or 3 days for leaving the with unlawful speed; Diane B. mas Mitchell Edwards, wil- day after Councilmen !Neil 1973 that court costs from Jan. 11)! .
welfare, and recreation. siding over his first County scene of an accident (property McFarlane, $51 or three days ful and wanton reckless driv- Tucker and Vernon Silcox visited cases coming from the city,
Court session, fined 12 peo- damage only); Donald Eugene for unlawful speed, along with ing, and Richard Woodard, the commission, offeringfor though tried In count court, A motion by [II.A. Lawson
\ Six new mojor areas of responsIbilities ple for offenses mainly for Carter, Walter Lee Bar- the same charge and fine as charged with driving while the city to pay for the can be remitted to the city, was on the floor to reinstate
were designatedby unlawful speed, continued sev- rentine, Thomas Canton!Norton ; Joseph S, Supsky, David Carl intoxicated and fined $151 1 or housing of city prisoners on local attorneys sa>'. I'nder Francis as principal at HI is
the new chairman. These en cases and transferred one Terry Carl Minx, and Harvey, $46 or three days In 30 days plus his license revoked a per day basis. Price per new Article 5 of the Florida when the school board adjourned -
are: fair association, bud- case to the county court trial Wilbur Willie Rogers, charged jail for unlawful speed; Tho- for 90 day.a.I day would have to be: figured Constitution court costs from its special "work session" -
gets and finance, zoning and docket in plea day Tuesday. all cases remain with the Wednesday for lunch.
land use, fire department count for the first six months On top of that current Princi-
munlcipalties, publicity and Sanders was Invested as and all cases must be madeon pal Connie Clark had made an
Bradford County Court Judge I L impassioned plea to the boardto
public Improvements, court- .i state charges. :Not': until ,
house.In last Wednesday taking placeof -., later can cases citing vio- reinstate I rands, saving no
Judge Theron Yawn. YawnIs lations If city' ordinances be one else in the system can
other action, the commission now Circuit Court JudgeIn processed in county court now operate the 1,275member :! -
: District Eight. Attorney Shaw saj s. school with a greater degree -
Recognized Kathleen, of expertise and smooth
s Brown, the new home exten- One person in court failed "It bolls down to taking ness Francis has engengeied;
sion agent, who was Introduced to appear on charges of unlawful actual jail costs," said Councilman in his 1 1/2 years In that Job,
b County Agent Bobby speed. Bennie Forrest Tucker. Roberts then which Francis was more or
Taylor. Booker, Jr., failed to appear said he is willing to keep less forced into when former
--Accepted the resignation and a warrant was Issued for fines and forfeitures for city principal Ralph Diggs left.
of Allan Tarleton as county his arrest and bond set at arrests in a special fund to Wed-
But Francis indicated
The the cltJ.s jail costs.
forester. resignation was $151.Cases pay
that he felt
nesday morning
continued for the next
submitted District Fores-
by Clerk Gib Brown said there
would
his reinstatement now
session of plea court are:
ter A.G. McCullers who said
Tarleton has been transferred Preston J. Scott, Eugene Gau- are now conflicting opinionson place him right back In the
: whether the county can reImburse same Indefensible position he
James Matthews
thier, and Henry -
to Union and Baker Coun-
each charged with hav- the city for the first was In last week. If the same
ties. McCullers said he hasa six months of 1973 adding that
Francis
ing no valid driver's license; situation arose again,
replacement In mind but John ,' II, ;Mur-
Chief Judge
Henry Matthews charged with said, he was pretty sure he'd.
was not Monday at liberty to
phree advised him to seek an
speed too fast for conditionsand react the same way.
reveal the man's
name. Attorney
opinion from the Florida -
having no tag, and Leroy backed
week Francis
--Heard a num'jer of com- General and that he has Last
plaints on the condition of :McCray, charged with unlaw- City Police, firemen, and helpers wait for wreckers north Temple Avenue in Starke when a car pulled in done so Athletic Director Davidllursein

roads in the Graham and ful Persons speed. and their charges to help move this tractor-trailer off John Snyder, of front of the truck. Shaw several times reiter- his suspension from prac-
tice of two athletes for not
Sampson City areas, and who was killed. The accident occured on ated that jail costs are a
on which bonds were estreated Newberry meeting the athletic: depart-
(See Page 4)) Pritch- separate matter from court
are: Linda Tayior ment's rules for long hair
the of
meaning City
costs,
ett J. Ibletatorremendla,
,
Last
and mustaches. Friday
George \V. Grit n, Steven Starke will also have to pay; elected Supt. Jim
newly
Rudd, Kenneth Edwin Nelson, Man Crushed By Gas Truck court costs when its cases Temple recommended Fran-
are tried In county court.
Gary !Noval; Matheny, Toni Denise cis' transfcrral on the basisof
Starke abolished its city court
m lie wown crier! W'hltt, and Betty Darline in a recent referendum.City 'his stand on the athletic
#'. Shibler, each charged with dress code, parading the two
unlawful speed. John B. Snyder, 52, of $800 The truck owned by 30 mph when the accident oc- tlons by the police. ourts under Article 5, boys for the school board to
Fines assessed In court to Newberry was literally Thomas Oil Company In cured. City Patrolmen Scotty rlho- must be abolished In three see.
the persons are: Donald John crushed in half last Tuesday Gainesville was totaled, according den and Kenneth Carlton were years; Starke's Is getting an In a special meeting last
Gisdens, fined $101 or 10 daysIn afternoon on north L'S-301 In to Rhoden. Catherine Williamswas the Investigating officers of early start. Friday, the school board In a
jail for unlawful speed; front of the Holiday Inn, when Snyder had the truck head- charged with violationof the accident with the assist- 4)) 3-2 vote confirmed the trans-
Berry Carbaugh Hendricks, the semi-truck he was driv- Ing south on the road near driver's license restrlc- ance of Lt. Harold Crews. ,See Page fer of Francis to the county

ing, jack-knifed, threw him staff and of Connie Clark to
out of the cab and then rolled principal of the high school,
Man Struck over him, according to City Problem Persists effective that day.
Policeman Scotty Rhoden. Hampton Odor
HAMPTON LADIES On US-301 Since then the school system
The tractor was pulling :a has been in a turmoil becauseof
AUXILIARYFIRE trailer full of diesel fuel when Odor situation at Hampton stances. the odor problem would be from the lagoons has been what many persons thoughtwas
William Stewart Ioorehead, the accident occured. The fuel resulting from operations of spread over woods around unfair treatment of the
DEPARTMENT
of Leesburg was Injured last drained) Into the gutters of the National Protein, Inc.ren- "I'm getting more calls than cleared up within the ensuingfew popular principal.
the President Mayor Tho- weeks. But:Major Thomas Hampton and, as a result, the
,
Saturday night on US-301, rightIn the street. The truck came to dering plant has not Improved -
Rummage Sale front of the Garden Restu- rest on Its side after rolling In the past month Mayor mas told the commission. He said !Monday the odor prob- odor problem Is as bad as Essentially, Francis told the
rant when he apparently several times and covered Willard Thomas told the said the commission's intended lem is as bad as ever. ever. school board Wednesday hedidn't
Saturday Jan. 27 walked In front of a 1965 more than three lanes of US-' County Commission :Monday action might mollify know whether to take
Dodge driven by James Fred- 301 after the vehicle came to Hampton residents for a Cause of the odor, accord- Odor problem from the ren- the princlpalshlp back becausehe
9 To 4:30: die Rowe of Starke.Moorehead a stop, The commission then Instructed time. Ing to plant'< officials, has been dering plant goes back to mid- had been transferred while
County Attorney Gene the saturationofthethree: purifying October when Hampton resi- carrying out his responsibilities -
was taken to the Last month the commission which accidentally dents began complaining.There he them. Absenceof
CourO.r ofuhr Catherine Wright Williams, Shaw to write to the Air and ponds as saw
Bradford County Hospital,was 30 of Lawtey was coming out Water Pollution Control Instructed Attorney shaw to received an overload of has been no let up In school board policy In many
,
((!rummunitll: | treated for the broken leg and of the Holiday inn parking lot Board In Jacksonville to ask write the AWPC, then after blood when a tractor backed the complaints since then. areas, Francis said, Impliedto
other Injuries and later takento onto L'S-301: when her brakes that Bradford County be visiting the rendering plant over a pump controlling flow :Mayor Thomas has appearedat him for the principal to
Matt Sank the Alachua Generalllospita failed and went In front of placed on notice before aper- told the attorney to hold up to the basins. Places were beIng both the December and operate his school and approve
In Gainesville for further the oncoming truck, which manent operating permit Is on the letter sought to dump effluent In January county commission policies of each department as

Account Now .......ocI Up treatment.The started the jack-knife and Issued the firm. The county National Protein executives the ponds so the lagoons could meetings to Inform the county he laW fit

'.1o.010.-.11..0..0 To S2O.OOO.b, ... accident occured at6:15: turned over. Williams was also asked that the plant be appeared at the Dec. 11 Hampton begin to attain the proper oxy- of the problem and ask for But It appeared WednesdaySee
C.
p.m. no arrest was made by driving a 1961 Pontiac whichIn given no long term operating City: Council meeting gen-bacteria ratio. Accordingto some action to solve the odor (
Page 4))
Patrolman Sibley. estimation was damaged permit under any circum- where they gave assurances Mayor Thomas, effluent problem.








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Anniversaries rfJ_. ih ,{ Weddings aJ.zis ,,


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Entertained By Mrs. Roberts
IInr .
Altar Methodist -
Society general convention In Rich-
w.T. Weeks chapter, UDC,
Plans Women mond, Va.
DanceSt. Meet met Jan. 3 at the home of Stroud
Mrs. Roberta pre-
Mrs. George Roberts, Sr.
To the
ReorganizeThe sented on program,
Edward's Altar Societymet Mrs. Guy Sale presided In "A Tribute to RobertE Lee" :
Wednesday night, Jan. 3, the absence of the president, Miss Kathy Struth assisted -
at the home of Mrs. Michael Methodist Women's Society Mrs. Lester Crews. Mrs. Mrs. Roberts In serving
Gllhooly. of Christian Service and Gertrude Matthews of Jacksonville refreshments during the
Mrs. Henry Stefanelll volunteered the Wesleyan Service Guild was elected honorary social hour.
; for altar care during held a Joint meeting Tuesday president last October at the
January. night In the sanctuary to form
Members were requested to !.-. the new organization The United -
pray for and visit the sick "Y Methodist Women.
of the community.Mrs. tf Mrs. A. J. Eaves conducted -
Joseph Gissy and Mrs. the service and IntroducedMrs. .,
Vtfr Gilhooly offered to conductthe E. L. Matthews who j. ..
bake sale and coffee scheduled gave a short history of the ..
for Jan. 14. Methodist church women of
Mrs. Joseph Alfonso was L Starke.
appointed chairman of a St. Rev. G. L. Harper installedthe tJof&
Valentine's dance to be held following officers: Mrs.F. .
In the parish hall. J, Strickland, president;
Members were asked to con- Mrs. J. W. Rltch, vicepresident -
F tribute discarded, usable clothing ; Mrs. Charles Hall, secretary -
I'/ toys, hardware and ; Mrs. H. H. Adams,
household Items for a rum- treasurer. ... ....
-r' mage sale to be held during Following the pledge servicethe 0
February. executive committee, under -
Father James Cregan announced Mrs. Strickland served .
that Religion classes i refreshments in Fellowship
for the grade school will Hall. The refreshment table
resume on Jan. 21 and high was covered with a lace cloth J
school on Jan. 24. and centered with a pastel
.
Mrs. Michelle Parker Invited arrangement of camellias. to1 J '. \
members to her home I This was flanked by two branch
for the Feb. 7th meeting. 1 silver candelabra with burn- _
Janice/ Mobley/ Weds Mr NortonIn During the social hour, refreshments ing white tapers. Presidingat
were served by t the crystal punch bowl was 3
Madison Street Baptist the hostess.MehlmanGraham. I 'j Mrs. E. L. Matthews, out- i
More
And
going president, and Mrs.F. .
W. Strickland, president.
:\Ilss .laiilce Allegra Mot- fingertip veil was secured to Lucille Kauffman Becomes Bride
Ie>, daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. a white Juliet cap decorated
\V L. :Motley; of Starke, and with small flowers and pearls. Of Mark Milner In 1st BaptistThe Dave Paulk HostDave
Emmett Made Norton, Jr., Her only ornament was heart rya
son of :\1:. and :Mrs. E.M.: shaped diamond necklace, a First Baptist Churchwas pink and white tapers. Paulk, newly elected
Vorton, Sr. of Kingsley Lake gift of the groom. She carrieda the setting for the wed- Serving as floor hostesseswere County Commissioner, was OFFMaster
were united In marriage Saturday red and white rosebud and ding of Miss Lucille Kauff- Mrs. George A. Disbrowand host at a luncheon Monday at
Dec. 16, at 7:30: p.m.In baby breath nosegay with long man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Atkinson of his home on Crosby Lake,dur-
the Madison: Street Baptist white streamers Mrs. Joseph A. Kauffman, and Lake City. Mrs. Disbrow directed ing the lunch hour of the Commissioners -
Church. Rev Denton Sum- A reception was held in the Mark :Milner, son of Mr. and the wedding and recep- at their first
rail performed the candlelight church fellowship hall. Mrs. .5 ..rw Mrs. Robert W. Milner, on tion. Mrs. Charles Rowell meeting of the new year.A Charge and BankAm.rcard! Welcome
ceremony.Decorating; Jose Chesnutt of Keystone Saturday Dec. 16, at730pm.: kept the bride's book. speckeled perch lunch was
the altar were Heights kept the bride's book, Rev. James T, Brock of delat- Following a wedding trip to served to Ralph Bryan, Dave
baskets of lavender and pink and :Mrs. Carolyn Elder and ed at the double-ring cere- the mountains the couple is Shuford, Eddie Allen, George
gladioli against background :Mrs Carolyn Autry cut the mony in the presence of rela- residing In Lake Butler. Roberts, Gib Brown, and Gene
of branched candelabra with bride's cake. tives and friends.Highlighting Shaw. \
burning tapers. After a wedding trip to the the altar were
:Mrs\ Charlotte Green, organist Smoky :Mountains the coupleis s baskets of pink and white gladioli \
and :Mike Hanks, solo- residing at 2207 Raiford and mums against aback- '
ist, presented a program of Road, Starke. Mr. Norton ground of lighted tapers In OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYSTOREWIDE
nuptial music. Jr. is employed at Florida branched candelabra.Mrs. .
Lamar Johnson served as State Telephone co. in Starke. Charles Francis, organist -
best man, and the ushers were and Miss Carol Hardy,
Donnle Elder, David Nail, CARPS
soloist, presented a programof
Brian Bishop and James John Jr. Club Hears nuptial music.

son.Mrs.. Jo Ann Crosby attendedher Judge SandersCounty Robert his W.brother Milner, as Jr.best attended pt. !ores

sister as matron of honor.She Engagement Told man, and the ushers were Clearance
wore a lavender crepe Judge Elzie Sanderswas Richard :Milner, David Mile?/
floor length gown with high! the guest speaker at the Mr. and Mrs. J. William and Ronnie Scherdin. '
neck, long puffed sleeves with Junior Woman's Club
meetingon Mehlman of Philadelphia Pa. The bride, given in marri-
lace and velvet ribbons, and January 4. Judge Sanders
announce the engagement and age by her father, was lovelyin
matching headdress. She carried explained the changes of court approaching marriage of their an A-line Victorian gown Hurry In Fantastic Savings In Every Dept.
a straw basket with lavender and enforcement structure daughter, Linda, of Los An- of candlelight satapeau trim-
asters and miniature under Article V. med In re-embroidered Alen-
geles, Calif., to W.H. (Hank)
pink carnations and lavender The club also made ')
streamers, for their dance on January plans Graham HE, son of Mr and con lace accented with pink :,y "\ HyMens .
ribbon. She waist
Mrs. Graham, Jr. of Starke. wore a t
Vicki Jackson, Pat Under- 27. Proceeds will be given to Juliette veil and .. .
Miss Mehlman length car- "
graduated
hill, Diane Griffis and JoAnn the senior club to help pay cascade r r p LADIES'
ried arrangementof
a
from Penn State Universitywith :
Decanio served as brides- for the refurbishing of the club and white and 1. .1 ';
pink roses
a degree In elementary Scarf & Hat Set
maids. They were attired house. education and Is employed In carnations with pink and white 1 Knit ShirtsLong .1\1 ] J 1 iT
identically to the honor atten- Mrs. James K. Smith, host- the Los Angeles school ribbons. I {t : \ J, : "J i'
$2.00
dent and carried straw bas- ess, served refreshments system. Mrs. Charlene Banks attended t- W' r a. Reg To TO
kets filled with lavender
asters during the social hour.
her sister matronof Sleeves
Mr. Graham graduated from as If'
,
and miniature pink car- BHS graduate and the U.S. honor. She wore a rouge 1 ", r.:, : r-f $49S! $4.00
nations with long lavender \
Naval Academy; and Is associated velvet and pink chiffon gown i( J
streamers. Mrs. T.D. Dyal has returned with Zerox In Los Angeles featuring ap.rckeredpinkchU- J ; (01J : Ladies
Little :Miss! Phyllis :Mobleyof from a month's visit with Calif. fon bodice with a high neck- 1-: ( I Sweaters
Ocala was flower girl and her daughter, :Mrs Ethel El- The wedding will take placeIn line and long, lantern sleeves b
Wesley Johnson of Keystone lerbee, in Panama City. the near future In Los An- trimmed with Venise lace and R.g.
Heights was ring bearer. $6.99
She carried
ribbon.
a
Given in marriage by her Mr. and Mrs Richard St. geles. rouge single red rose with pink ? ;;- ; $4.99 $4.00Ladies
brother Phillip :Mobley of 0- John and daughter, Joy, took streamers.The ,, :::: \ I!)..'L ;).]C: .i
.
cala the bride wore a floor Mr. St. John's mother, Mrs. bridesmaids were Mrs. > '''';'''.I'-.f :' '''WAf ,;, ;. I. ..' ;;=.:.bCJ-. ., ....J '; ,
length white satin gown with Mildred St. John, back to her D Pam Tillotson, Mrs. Ronald
puffed long sleeves inlaid with r
home in Palmetto Saturday Casswell andMissJoyceCaddill. -
lace and pearls and empire after a month's visit with They wore gowns iden- g J\\1/J l\ 1 rte.: ;g Ladies
waistline The bellshapedtrain her daughter and family, Mr. r '" tical to that of the honor at- Dresses
; $ j J IQYi.
was edged with lace and and Mrs. Perry Gills, in St. : : ...-... tendant. ,i1, r. J: !:.:. /., Shirts
pearls at the bottom. Her Augustine. < .......- A reception was held In the ---

bride's church table Fellowship was covered Hall. witha The Asst Style A' -;;/ < 4 S Polyester
c
Attention Mothers New satin and lace cloth centered id $5.00 ij i 5 y / 2 For
with a three-tiered wedding & r;
SxlO Living ColorPORTRAIT Arrivals cake topped with a bride and
Reg To To e I
groom. by The swan tiers columns were separated and- :1 &VtaPn ; :** Cotton $5.00IL

decorated In pink and white. $12.99 $9 00 '
Serving and cutting the cake CMcl[ C'A.' ,,! $2.99 G
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Blom were Miss Mary Ellen Wager e MM2ego
of Lake Butler announce the and Mrs. Wayne Harper.
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59c birth of a daughter, Shanie
ONLY Lynn, Jan. 2In Bradford Miss Patricia Edwards pre-
Plus 50c; Film Charge County Hospital. sided at the silver coffee ser- Girls 61 One Table Girls

LIMIT: I Per P.ron :2 P.r Fe"ily :Mr. and Mrs Edwin Sanders vice Karen at Glssy one table served and punch Miss at I" Knit Tops Boys Underwear Pant Suite

Addition! Subi.ct* $3.95 nr of Waldo announce the birth ofa another table. All three tables

Group $IJ<7 Per Pttton '.')+ :: : ..1 daughter Angel Nicole, on held silver candelabra with
Dec. 19 at the Shand's Teaching $1.50 $4.00
'Appointment Necessary"Full Hospital. Grandparentsare t
Duplicate Bridge $2.00
Mr. and Mrs. George Do: Sizes 714Values
Selection of Poses ,t '{ .R naldson of Waldo and Mr. TournamentNext To Reg. 100% Nylon I &

No Age Limit and Mrs. Clyde Sanders of To Volws To t
Starke.McCail.Nordlund. TuesdayThe
2.35
All Work Guaranteed $4.99 $3.00 $5.49 $5.00Canvas

Duplicate Bridge Club "
will have their annual mem-
i Y J s
Wedding, Dec. 30 bership tournament next .
Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. at iii iLIiijuujjjli1Irli I JLII Tlllj.t1Thlt ii
Miss Katherine Theresa the Pratt Street Recreation ,
Nordlund and John William Hall. Only open to paid up r Boys Jackets Toddlers
McCall were united In mar- members of the A. C. B. L. Wear ;i
riage Saturday, Dec. 30, at or non members can Join on Nylon Pant Sets
10:30: a.m. In St. Jude's Cath- the night of the tournament. One Table f
edral, St. Petersburg. The Winners Tuesday night $10.00 i
Rev. Lawrence Kerick officiated were: First Mrs. Edward '
DOLLAR STORES at the double ring ceremony Burns and T. A. Sundem; sec- & Sizes Savings .
Mr. and :Mrs John
ond
2 To
; 4
The bride is the daughter of Mussoline; third Mr. and Asst. Styles 4.00 Galore! $ .44 t tI

r Mr. and Mrs Lloyd W. Nord Mrs. Ed Walnwrlght. Values To $11.00 |& Reg'
/ I I lund of St. Petersburg The { Values To
groom Is the son of Mr. and I $4.99
Fri & Sat. 19 & Mrs. William A. McCall of Mrs. Sarah McCall returned I $13.99 $3.99 t
Jan 20
Clearwater, former Starke Tuesday of last week after

STARKE, FLA. residents, and grandson ofMrs. two weeks visit with her son ,, ., .
'''' ,i. "" "\ ',
Sarah McCall of Starke. and family, Mr. and Mrs.Wil- "
Photo Hours Following a wedding trip to liam A. McCall Clearwater. 1z 1 t
10 4.31.1 P.M. Inverness, the couple will live She attended!the wedding. of her

2 P.M. 5 P.M. : the at Fort groom Sam is Houston stationed, where In the grandson Katherine, John Nordlund McCall on to Saturday Miss qUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES :Barg..! ? -

U.S. Army. Dec. 30.

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BALDWINCHEVROLET
Mr. and Mrs. James Starl- common garden chry- garden stores. Space the
Ing and family and Mrs. Inez: santhemums, popularly called plants a foot apart for a mass
"mums" belong to large effect or two feet apart to
Kelly attended a birthday din- a
ner for Mrs. Alton Dobbs In group of annual and perennial emphasize Individual plants.
Jacksonville Sunday. o herbs In the plant family cal- After the plants are estab- OLDSNEW
led Composite. The coldhardy lished and at least six Inches -
Mrs. Emma Rene Weaver cultivated varieties are tall break off the top one or
two inches of the This
stem.
has returned to Willis ton after used extensively as gardenand
five months visit with rela- 4L ) patio flowers for fall co- will encourage lateral branchIng -
tives here. lor.The and produce lower, bushier YEARS
wide color range and plants.
Mrs. E.M. Davis visited type and size of flowers tend Two to three applications of
a 6-6-6 fertilizer at the rate
Mrs. PE. Stone and Miss Ma- 1 to Increase the popularity of
mie Anderson In Archer over of this fine garden subject one pound per one-hundred
the weekend. especially noted for Its excellent square feet during the growing
show of color In Sept- season is sufficient to growa
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst 1' ember and October. good crop of flowers. When
and family visited Mr. and Flowering of mums can be applying fertilizers, keep the
Mrs. :Frank Chltty and Mrs. controlled by manipulating day material off the leaves.Water
.
i I thoroughly to distribute the
.y. iT9j
Chester Hadsock and familyIn length, but mosthomegardeners -
fertilizer
Lakeland, Ga. Sunday. allow their plants to flow throughout the root
Mary Frances Kelly (left), and Lane Tenly (right) er In the normal fall season. area.
Miss Christie Lewis of: president of the Lawtey and Starke Homemoker Controlled flower productionat Chrysanthemums may need
to be
Jacksonville Is spending the other Is best left supported unless the
Club, respectively, greet Bradford County's new seasons plants definitely need
winter with her sister, Mrs. to commercial cut flower,pro some
Home Extension Agent, Kathleen Brown, at Tues form of staking. If a wooden
Lake
Bruce Ivey at Kingsley ducers.
stake Is used, drive it Into the
day morning( coffee.Homemakers.
and has entered her senior Chrysanthemums will grow
ground at Stak-
at BHS. In well-drained soil that planting time.
year any
contains an abundance of organic ing after the plants are established -
Mrs. John E. Patterson of Honor New AgentA matter. If the soil Is can cause injuriesto CONTINUE
the
Kane, Pa. is visiting her sis- very sandy, a three to four roots.
Coffee Tuesday MorningMiss By careful choice of varieties
ter, Mrs. A.J. Barry, for t Inch layer of peat or other -
flowers of and
three weeks. organic material should be many types

Kathleen Brown, new ed with a white linen cloth worked Into the flower bed colors September can be until produced Christmas from, ; Must Go"All
Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Kramer extension Home Economics A- edged with lace and centered to a six Inch depth. although an early frost will Injure "Everything
attended the 50th wedding anniversary Mums from cut-
are
grown
County,was
gent for Bradford with an artificial fruit r arrangement some young buds and thus
of and Mrs division of old
Dr. honored at a "Coffee"Tuesday in a compote.Mrs. tings or parent reduce flowering.
William Stone at Riviera morning at the Brad- Lola Johnson presided at the clumps. Rooted cuttings are So color It with Florida Used Cars And Trucks
Beach on Dec. 30. ford County Agriculture Cen- silver coffee service. usually available from local mumsl!

ter given by the Starke and Twenty-six members enjoyed -
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson returned -
Homemakers Clubs.
Lawtey the occasion.
MARKED WAY DOWNSAVE
last Friday after ten
The coffee table was cover-
days visit with Mr. and Mrs. If You Will Not Quit,
Edward Schwab at Merritt Is-
Then Cut Down On Smoking
land.Mr. Mr, and Mrs. Kenny Johnsof Jerry Bolden of San Jose,
and Mrs. Mike Ander- Lawton, Okla. spent the Calif. Is spending two weeks "If you won't quit smoking eral's report on smoking and
son and two children have two week holidays with her with his brother-in-law and cigarettes, there are ways health. The report showed
moved to Starke from Topeka parents Mr. and Mrs. !M.L. sister, Mr. and Mrs. X.M. you can cut down the hazards that cigarette smoking is linked -
Kan. Lawson and relatives. Smith in Starke and with his to your health." That is the to lung cancer, emphyse-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry emphasis of the third annual mla heart disease, and other
Mrs Olive Gregory of Mrs. H.II. Surrency of Hawthorne Bolden, Sr. In Melrose. National! Education Week on Illness.
Gainesville visiting her sister spent last Wednesdayto Twenty-nine million smokers
I Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, Saturday with her son-in- Mr and Mrs. P.P. Dolemboof Smoking This week, January Is the 7-13.ninth anniversary have given up cigarettes 1972 Chevy 1 1/2/ Ton 1970 Chevy 1 1/2/ Ton
I this week. law and daughter Rev. and Valparaiso, Ind. are guestsof of the Surgeon Gensince 1964. Among the 44 mil
Mrs. G.L. Harper. Mr. and Mrs John Myers lion who still smoke cigarettes Short Wheel Base Steps ide
Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs. for several days while enrou te many have tried to quit. Long I Wheel: ; Base Fleetside
Levon Andrews went to Green- Mrs. L.D. Green entered the to South Florida. Smoking may be a hard habit Body With V8 307 Standard Body With 5 Cyl Engine And
ville, S.C. last Tuesday to Alachua General Hospital ... to break, but these steps can Radio', And Heater; Less Than
Thursday to take Jimmy Andrews Tuesday for observation and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sanders 'J help- Trans And Only 5000 Miles
backtol\irmanl'niver-; treatment. of Clay City, Ind. were Fri- .;:- Q) Smoke low tar and nicotine 30.000'files"
sit). day overnight guests of Mr. cigarettes.
Ensign Barry Firth has returned and Mrs. Edward Pflester. ((2)) Inhale less.I $2,695 SL693;
Mrs. II.G. Boll Inge r spent to Whiting AFB Pen- -<;> ((3)) Smoke fewer cigarettes.
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. sacola, after two weeks leave Frank Glading and Mr. and I 1' bbl\ ((4)) Take fewer puffs from
Jan Douglas in Tallahassee. spent with his parents, Mr. Mrs. Ramond Moore of J' y\ each one.
and !Mrs R.K. Firth. Coatesville, Pa. are guestsof I } ((5)) Smoke only; half-way 1970 Chevrolet 1/2/ Ton 1970 Chevy 1 ''2 Ton

Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. Local admittances to Brad- Mrs. Malcolm Pownall. down, since the tobacco Itself -
John and daughter, Joy, visit- acts as a filter. The
ford County Hospital this week Long Wheel Base Fleetside
ed his sister, Mrs. Eleanore Include: Mrs. Floyd Sullivan, Mr. and !Mrs. Ewell Law- first half yields! only 40"i With Long Wheel Base FleetsldeHeater
V8 Radio
Palmes and family in Kath- Prlscllla Jackson, Mrs. Edna son, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Law- ; of the tars and nicotine Engine & New; Tires Radio & Heater
leen, Fla. Sunday. Mae Williams, Mrs. Mary Allen son, and ML. Lawson a.icl! 1: content. Clean Around in.OOQ
visited Mrs. J. Free copies of the Public Step Bumper One Owner Truck
M.'s. Laura Goolsby,Wil- ton, David, Miles.
leaflet, "If
Health Service :
1 you
Among the out-of-town bert Hutton, Todd Manning, C. Turlington In the Winter "
guests at the Kauffman-Mil- Mrs. Thelma Haven Hospital Sunday. W Must Smoke, and other Information ". -( -
Cljde Kersey I
] )
on smoking may !be $1,895
ner wedding on Dec. 16 were Clemons, DeWitt Padgett, .4 .)
-f.
Ihad. from the American Cancer -
Mrs. Charlene Banks of Chester Charlie Hilliard and Ruby }.
Pa., Sgt. Joseph Kauff-' Mersey, 'Starke; Mrs. Agnes Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson I(&t- : 4Il't -'" Society, Information Center -
man of Athens, Greece, Mr. Illlllard, Raiford; Mrs Char- and family returned.'to, their J817 N.W. 13th Street, 1969 1 Ton 1970 Ford RancheroCab
Chevy
and Mrs. Milner and son of lotte Berry, Lake Geneva; home In Arlington, Texas CHECK MATES =: Tiny I Gainesville Fla.; 32601.
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. !MableSapp, Lake Butler; Tuesday of last week after checks adorn this two-piece -
Palmer Atkinson of Lake the holiday knit in a cotton blend An I Mil Mi \JWIJIII)
City, long
Kause, spending
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Howard and Mrs.Heights.Margaret weekend with his parents,Mr. embroidered yoke and ruffles ('III MS. "Ill.r.M.'M'll:(; And Chassis With A Large V8 Engine Auto\! Trans Air Cond
of Lake Butler, Mrs. Catherine Keystone and Mrs. J.G. Jackson. The set off the angel top that's 1'Ilbli..I'cJ t'H'J''Ihund'" Aluminum Body Runs And Drives New Paint And A New Set Of
Hoffman of Barberton, Mrs. Barney !McRae, Mrs. Jackson also had as guests worn over. flared slacks. By .it,t I'J.H: VV, ('all Mitel"Urke Radial Tires Clean
Carter's.Loud Good A Steal At.
I-luild.1321111Second :! ,
Ohio Mr. and :Mrs. Durwood Betty Crawford and:Mrs.\ Gene that weekend, 111and Mrs. ,
Bazzelle and Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tllley of Hollywood.
___ Pass visited Mr. and Mrs. .
H.G. Coward of Jacksonville, I'l.ths |pstEe: paid
Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Thompson Saturday Bobby Crawford In Providence voice on the bus: "I ..d'tarkc, I lurid.iSibn $1,495 $) 195
,
of Windsor, Dot and Blan- !Mr. and !Mrs. O.G. Stray- don think my wife liked
che Sanders of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Smith horn of Wlldwood and Mr. and what 1 gave her for Christ (Ipliim SaW: :
and :Mr. and Mrs. George were Sunday Mrs. Winfred Hazen and mast She didnt even bother III (Irallt .HIM' : Sl'.flll (AT
Clearwater
: of Susan, of Gainesville .,cal! S;)..)II) six I monlhs
Burnett of Madison.Mr. it.
visitors' of her mother, Mrs. daughter to exchange 1971 Ford XLT Ranger 1970 Jeep j
of '
Bertha Pearce. were Sunday visitors Outside trade .HIM: !\;.OI(
+
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby Mr. and Mrs. :M.F. Hazen. ixii'ir; !X4.IMI) sU months Full Power And Air Cond
returned Wednesday of last Mr. and Mrs W.L. Thomas And 4 Wheel
4 Cyl. 4 Speed
week after a week's visit with visited his mother Mrs.Eve- :':'::: ;: ':': :: :::: :::;: : : : ::': :::: ;: : ::: : : : :: ::::::::::::::::::: Includes AM FM Stereo Padio
:Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Dansby }rna Thomas In Brooker Saturday Mr. and Mrs. F.lIerlong: !! : : E i ; !! Side Storage Compartment Rear Drive This Unit Has A Top
visited Mrs.
and:Mich.Mr..daughters in Lansing, night. of W'.F.Jacksonville Herlong Sunday Mrs s Bill's C. B. Radio & Equipment | Step Bumper And All The And Doors Runs Good And

Mrs Gladys Weldon has returned nesday Herlong visitor also had, Mrs.as a Corine Wed-( .11';.: 321 North Temple Ave Starke, Fla. iiI...:. Crome 48,000 Miles. Clean Needs A\ Home

attended: and :the Mrs.Investiture J. II, DuPre of with her from son-in-law two weeks visit and Purvis of Gainesville.Mrs. 111 ALL TYPES MAGNETIC SIGNS | (Maroon and White) ,

their nephew, lion.E. L. East- daughter, Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Peter H.L. Speer returnedlast 1j;; Made To Order On Premises j::: 82,895 s1.395:
.
moore Circuit Judge of the Alogna Thursday after three ;::: 72 Hour Service ::::::
seventh judicial circuit for weeks visit with her son-in- j j
: !; Gunter has 1m Discount On Over 4 Signs -S
Mrs Nancy returned -
Pal atka last
In Mr. and
Putnam County
law and daughter,
\\ednesdaj. from two weeks visit Mrs. E.P. Boland in Athens, :$::: SPECIAL %;:;::: 1971 VW Bus 1953 Dodge Power Wagon

with her son-in-law and Ga. Mrs. Boland broughther :S:: Puma: ?.3 C. B. nadio . . .109.95 :gi :;;::
Kevin Crawford of Ocala daughter, Mr. and Mrs. mother home and remained :;: Maroon And White With Light 6 Cyl. 4 Speed 4 Wheel Drive This
;
spent last week with his grandmother Bruce Helnlcke and familyIn overnight. :i L.: ..:"Home.......!... Of.The.Magnetic.,. ...Signs'.. ... .. *:! Tan Interior All Tne Seats With
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Delays e (From Page 1))


that Francis could have had cis' recommendation to with- on the reinstatement at any letic Director David Hurse tary and that student don't backed up Athletic Director ed, on the policies. Coach ed by the school board.
the Job back If he had wanted Supt. Temple says the two
draw the motion for his rein- Hurse said he would have
time Francis chooses. set up athletic regulations for have to participate If theydon't David Hurse on his suspen-
The athletes
It. board suspended ,
agreed Fran- McKInney
on statement and sdditwouldactREVIVAL Temple agreed he would place the school board to adopt. want to conform to the sion of the two boys from abided by Principal Francis'
Carter
to
and appealed him
the matter on the agenda. "Quit tearing up our school dress code and other rules. practice until the depart- decision to reinstate the two Coach Hurse's decision
system, Lawson exoneratedthe ment's grooming code could be athletes In that case. priorto
'1Ie children across" the school board and the crowdof At the bottom of Principal approved or rejected by the Supt. Temple wanted the two the new superintendent
street love this man, said ing office. When he assumed
parents, students, and Charles Francis' transfer school board. athletes reinstated until a decision -
Connie Clark, this week's be the groomingcode made by the school the office last Tuesday, Tem
school officials present. seems to Francis said he would have was
Bradford High School princi- Then came Clark's emo- Included In the rules instructed the athletic direc- board on the policies.Thereinlies ple says, he began to confer
pal as he pointed to Charles of the Brad the difference of opinion with the BUS coaching staff
tional appeal pushing Francis' and regulations tor to reinstate the two boys
Francis who was transferredfrom Athletic Department about the grooming code, and Principal Francis about
reinstatement. Supt. Temple ford High if the school board had ruled
the head BUS post last Principal Francis which had been adopt- (See Page 5))
BEGINNING week on recommendation of repeatedly stated he preferredto last Friday, as was request- never
have Francis In the dis-
Supt. Jim Temple. Clark said _. _. .. .
trict administrative staff."There ------- -- ------ -- -
- ---- ----- - -
Thursday January 11 that In the past three days he are no hang ups
has talked to students and
between you and I, are there,
teachers at BUS, and all want
Charlle'l" Temple asked
WITH EVANGELIST Francis back.Primary .
Francis "Not that I know of,"
objective of the
Francis answered, adding
Marell school board Is education '
Luke '
"I'll tell after lunch.
you EFFECTIVE
Clark reminded the school ;
At Temple's suggestion the
(WESLEY) board In his first address In o
meeting adjourned at 12:30
the 3 1/2 hour Wed-
Of South Carolina nesday morning meeting called to review p.m.state and Francis the was motion tabled to rein-until c JANUARY 1 1973

the policies of the Brad-
:
the meeting resumed at2
p.m. DAILY COMPOUNDINGOF
:Speciti; I Singing /Nightly/ t ford High Athletic De- Temple and Francis metdur-
partment. ing the lunch hour to dis-
Every person In tho packed cuss the proposed move. ON
Prayer For The Sick school- board meeting room First Wednesday morning, INTEREST
had repeated chances to involve the board heard a presentation -
himself repeatedly in by the BUS coaching staff
Invited what was supposed to be a In defense of their policies. PASSBOOK SAVINGS
Everyone work session, and many did, Coach David Hurse said the ,
repeatedly athletic department needs
The school board could some rules and regulations so
Pine Valley CongregationalHoliness agree on no course of actionto the teams could act with unity.

dress take code on drawing for the up athletic a new Each make player some small should sacrificesso have to .. e You've Asked For it Now It Is Here!

Church department .or for that matter the coaching staff and other I=:: Earn As As You
Interest
the entire county school players would know they were Compounded Daily Lone!

301 North Of Stork system. with the team
Down Dirt Road By Bradford Furniture Factory maine Thompson's motionto "With no unity you don't Leave It Invested!
have a committee headedby "
*t0W M V ltCl 0W K Assistant Supt. W.L. Kll- The coaching staff stressedthe Existing Passbouk Accounts Will AutomaticallyEarn
patrick and Including coaches policies and the indivi-
and the HI IS Principal Con- dual coaches all Compounded
professed Daily Interest!
301 DRIVE--! ?! nie Clark finally was withdrawn their belief in the rules,which
by the board member .
they all said they had a hand Certificate Investments In By The 10th Earn Fro.TThe
STARKE FLA. when more persons kept be- In making. :

PHONE 9644M4, ing added to the proposed But some parents and athletes 1st!
committee.
SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 present were concernedmore
After listening to over three
about discrimination to
CLOSED ON TUES WEDTHURS.
f hours of discussion and no enforcing the AD policies, Ask About Tlie "Check A Month" Plan!
action by the school board, specifically the dress.

FRIDAY-SATURDAY JANUARY 12-13 veteran Lawson Board switched Member the subject 11.A. Maxie Carter Jr., and his If Your Account Is Now Invested And Earninj Daily Co:?:ipoii.idert Interest You May Transfer
son, Brad, a star BUS ath-

DOUBLE FEATURE from Francis.dress rules to Charles Student lete and Council president, of repeatedly the BUS I I Your Funds To Guaranty Federal For Convenience And Start Earning;: Pijlit Away!

__ "This whole thing came up pointed to discrimination they
over nothing. It's a shame a said occured when one foot- I You Way Also Make Deposits And Withdrawals In Gainesville At Guaranty! Federal's Other! Offices/

&OSS sv4itch&a4\ Into school this system over nothing like ours," Law-got ball allowed player to keep, Levy a mustache Lennon,was all '' 220 N. Main' 3501 W. University

son stated. the football season. Maxie ALSO SOON: Keystone Heights And The Archer Road In Gainesville

P,...., I '" ".0: lAT"I "We have an athletic department Carter said he wasn't arguing
I .. If a boy or girl wantsto about the dress code but Its '
\. participate, he can. If he enforcement under Hurse. NEW CERTIFICATE DENOMINATIONSMINIMUM
\ doesn't want to abide by the But Increased lenience of
"Don't tell me rules, he can go somewhereelse the athlete's dress and afeel- ;
about dyin'andgoin'to ," Lawson added. lie said Ing It should be Imposed school

I hell! youth of today are allowed wide was also expressed by
many more privileges than several BUS athletes present. ,INVESTMENT TERM YIELD
e>fi\ Dyin' is how we get out of it." when he was young. "Why should we look different -
SuitingK >4 Lawson then moved to rein- from everybody else { $1,000 For 6 Mos. 5 1/4/ %
PAT BOONE IS D..,id wiikwun*>'m (ERIK ESTRADA JACKIE mi[ n OINO FIUPPI{ state Charles Francis as principal -
that goes to school here? Why I For 1 Year
JO ANN ROBINSON ScitfMjiwDON' MURRAY '.BDNNli 'Mu,. h(RAlPH CAHWCHAUo at BIIS, and switch for- shouldn't we look just like the i $1,000 S 3/4/ %

..c,.ihDON MURRAY.PrOd.,1d DICK ROSS _______ mer assistant superintendentback ones we represent" one stu- $5,000 For 2 Years 6%
to his new duties as vocational dent said. (I

PLUS director. Another student, however, i
Lawson also Included In his pointed out that the athletics ]
j
P.r.rtinunt. Pulurev. Hrctcnl' I ; motion that Francis and Ath and band programs. are volun- < (Formerly First Federal Savings & Loan Association Of Starke)"
A laitilms.( ) Inc rrnfluiium< !

\\c..t. COMPANY"-".:$., a ; I, Jail Agreement .

.,kv TnkM...l.. A P..m..n.I'\.r.. f,t'' ;
"c ,., (From Page 1))

'The city jail has also been "Then, too, If a prisonerhas ,.
I ,;:
condemned, which has made., received food from the "
Sun. Mon. Ja mary 14-15 the council seek a means to outside, and returns the meal '-';'/
have its prisoners housed. we serve him, there Is a '
A Man Eight Girls Newly Elected Sheriff Dolph: waste of tax dollars on feed-
Reddish told the commissionhe Ing prisoners."
Plus
Is willing to take on the
In other changes In his de- "T/ic House Of Savings'
extra load of city prisoners
Hard TrailX
partment, the new sheriff has
providing he is given assur- '
Rated Admission 1.25 etc. ance from the commissionthat promoted Deputy Robert
Green, 10-year veteran with
his budget will be reimbursed <
for the Increased the department, to be his GUARANTY
FEDERALSAVINGS
assistant and chief
costs. Since It Is the first of deputy.
Another deputy will be hired \
the budget year, the new sher-
to fill the
vacancy brought or I
iff explained, he has fundsto

FLORIDA THEATRESTARKE several carry months extra prisoners while costs for by ther Reddish.In the, former.retirement Sheriff of his P. fa-D. i AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GAINESVILLE

are being determined.
FLA Reddish said he Is In no
position to know If taking on a reorganization of the r STARKE OFFICE
city prisoners will overcrowdthe jail staff, the sheriff appointed -
PHONr "54 <;'1451 1 21-bed county jail. The Samuel Eunice head jail- ,

jail capacity Is fewer than er, Don Denton of Lawtey as
FRI.-SAT.-SUN. JANUARY 12-13-1q 21 when Inmates must be seg- evening jailer and Daniel Par- 395 W. MADISON ST 964-5000
menter of Starke jailer on
as
tal regated disorder by age, Sheriff, sex, or Reddish men- the early shift. Savings Insured By The Federal Savings And Loan Insurance Corporation

DOUBLE FEATURE pointed outProblems ........ -
- - -- ------
is all the
new lOOOOOOOOOOOCM see.
1 sheriff has had with the coun-
rTrfhrT ty's lock up In his first weekIn
WV ;
I TRAILER LOADns
[,, office. There have been
three escapes, the same Inmate -
getting loose twice. FACTORY OUTLET Week
The first escape came whena
jailer opened a door and an NEW SHIPMENT nfy
Inmate ran over him and es-
caped. The second two escapes
came when Inmates somehow DOUBLE KNIT
procured hack saw blades and POLYESTER
sawed through two cell bars.
The first escape was partially
the fault of the jailer, Sheriff On Bolts First Grade
-
Reddish says, but the second -
two were clearly no fault

ma of Because his personnel.of the escapes, Direct From The Knitters Of The Carolinas

however, the sheriff has
stopped all visitation privi-

D&1MGfti leges temporarily. 60" To 64" Wide
]f) Prisoners now have accessto '
no food Items. Visitors
were permitted to bring In Mad For Manufacture Of Famous
Name
INNOCENT CO-ED OR BRIDE OF THE DEVIL? food stuffs, sometimes whole Brand

EASTMAN COLOR/SOUND BY TODD AO MIMC BY MOOG/A PRESIDIO PRODUCTION meals. Ladies S Mens Wear
Citing the need for tight Not For Cloth Or Discount Stores
security, the sheriff states

The Bradford County that every within outside the jail person consti-allowed
Hard Believe
To
TELEGRAPHEstablished tutes a threat to security.
The practice of allowing dally
visitors placed a big burdenon $00
1879 jailers Reddish explains.

/? "The jailers also serve as ,i. But True
radio operators" he point 1
out, "and If they have a lot
FLORIDANP.RESS of time taken up with screen- I rDOliBt .---'- Double Knit Polyester
\ Po'v \) PER. YARD
Ing visitors they cannot doa l-I N.lI ST
AS SQC-FATION thorough job." ',h, : Mill Ladies Slacks
f fP
WH
P PQUESTIR l m.[ u l
-- The food situation had got- .1. i f ICfS .30.6:01): 1))al'r1,1li' '
\"- ) ten out of hand, the new sheriff FA BRIO ENO CiA r J Value To $22.00 )

says. "For one thing it 1,1\li' StUDS '., .......m.. !
E.L. Matthews, Editor-Publisher Is almost Impossible to keep $6.95 Branding Iron
'
out all contraband. We might .
-
Published each Thursday and entered as Second spot and confiscate a gun ... .
Clots Mat,., at the Post Office at Stark., Florida or hack saw blade, but It Is Vests To Match Restaurant

under Act of March 3rd, 187. nearly Impossible to keep : "

Subscription In trade area: 1 year $6.00; Outside someone from smuggling In : $5.98 301

trade area: 1 year, $7.00. Illegal. drugs concealed In foodstuffs .I Starke, Fla.Francis .








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Jon. 11, 1973 T.legraph Pog.5

to walk down any street In
Public Instruction's pol- the continental United Bryan .

icies" Supt. Temple stated. states. ." with either of the (From Page 1)) tit
,. Swearing-in CeremonyFor "The boys do not violate board two boys Temple said. .:ill

'II
Temple said he had instructed man added. tions Otis McKInney ays.KS.
Francis to reinstate both The principal and athletic
New Judges athletes, and the reply was: director were being obstinate exist.Told Kenneth Manning the
"I have not complied with Thompson stated. commission Is not interestedIn
your Instructions. ." Tem- "Tell me why it makesgoodsense owning a playground
ple said he had several con- for one department to Hampton residents are purchasing -
"* State Atty. DefenderThree ferences with Francis. The have a grooming code not ap- for their children to ,
.. superintendent then repeatedhis plicable to die entire system play on, but that the county
recommendations.Would ," Hall asked. would assist the city In build
the transfer be per- Board Member Art Holll- ing a ball park as they do
manent, asked Chairman Rod- day said twice he regrettedthat other towns.
circuit Judges seven ney Hall? Permanent, Temple Francis or the coaches --Awarded a low bid of $5 -
w county Judges a state attorney replied. were not present, but said 252 to Conner Insurance Agency -
: and a public defender ', ,1QI, ', u "If we're having a hearing he saw nothing wrong with for Insuring the county
were sworn Into office Wed- ,$ we should have both sides the appearance of the two moving vehicle fleet.
nesday afternoon Jan. 3, In a y hear both, then let the board boys. --Was told by Clerk Gib
public ceremony at the Ala- decide," the veteran mem- Asked by Attorney Kope Brown that he has received
chua County courthouse. ber II. A. Lawson again Interjected lousos If a dress code had notice the state Is funding two

Included In the group were: been adopted by the board, additional secretarial posi-
; "This Is not a hearing now." Temple said no. that was the tions at $6,500 each for the
--Theron A. Yawn of Starke Chairman\ Hall said."Whatwe basis of his stand. Kopelousos additional work load expecte-
who donned the robe as one C have is a Mexican stand-off said that In a broad sensean dunder Article 5. the judicial
; of three new circuit Judgesin between the superintendentand athletic practice could be article of the state Constitution.
\ the Eighth Judicial Cir- principal. The questionhere considered a class. He pointed One position is a sec-
cuit. is not grooming. ." out, too, that a principalmay retary for the county judge
J --R.A. Green Jr., son of Temple added: "I'm not suspend a student for up the other a deputy clerk InBrown's
about grooming policies -
talking to 10 days. office
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green of
I'm talking about a direct -
who likewise took tile
Starke
violation. ."
oath of circuit judge. _WJfrMt Board Member Blaine
Block has
Elzle Sanders, of Starke Thompson why said Francis he didn't was understand not- Henry
who Invested Brad-
was as

ford Judge. County's new county present.At that. point Board Member 17 reasons why you

New Circuit t Seeber Goodman moved that
Judge Theron A. Yawn, of Starke,

presented by Gainesville attorney Sigsbee Scruggs. --Mack Putch son of Mrs. the superintendent's recom- should come to us
mendation be "If
C.A. Futch of Starke who was t,. accepted. an
sworn In as public defender employee of mine didn't do asI
In the Eighth Circuit.As stated.said. .' Goodman had for income tax help.Reason :

lie would have like to have >"I
the main speaker following -
discussed the matter with
the swearing-in rites but 3. We are a year-round
Francis Thompson said
Justice James C. Adkins, of
the Florida Supreme Court, .: added the he superintendent.was in agreementwith After service. We do not disappear or
predicted that "within the next
we will have the finest a lengthy silence during back to some other business
year
Circuit go
R.A. Green
Judge Jr. presented by his which it appeared Goodman'sm6tton
Judicial system In Florida, and
this Is only the beginning." father, former Congressman Lex Green of Starke.by might die Thompsongave after April 15.
0 lie said that It was his Job the second.Is .
the transfer legal rightof
to that transitionIs a .
see proper .
made In the Judicial the superintendent Hall flr't "., ::\,?.
sys- Circuit Judge George L. asked Attorney John Kopelousos I "It"
tats "!"
cIrI tem under the recently adopted Judge John A.II. Murphree e
Article V amendment to the Patten of Starke and Judge of Gainesville chief judge of ? The superintendent has ,,,,<,.,,!,1,, ........ '. ',1'"a,(. 1
State Constitution.The John Crews of Macclenny. the circuit, served as masterof the right to recommend and :'! '. ; .'
; t
to transfer and to tell the :<. "'
-
State Attorney Eugene WTilt- ceremonies. board at Its next meeting ,:. --: .. ,
three new circuit worth was given the oath by
the said, adding it r.
Judges Green,Yawn, and Ben- his brother. Judge Lewis B. Robes for the new judges would attorney then be the board's responsibility '
jamin Tench, of Gainesville Whitworth of the Dade were provided by the Eighth to rule on the C.
were administered their oath County circuit. Circuit Bar Association. transfer. It was the board's .

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I confirm the transfer of Francis -
14 Bradford County School Boardis son stated at the outset he
Ir Francis. Kopelousos said.
,
a special meeting for the thought the board should wait At that point Supt. Temple OOSIMBLOC _
purpose of opening bids for and hear both sides. Franciswas
(From Page 4)) asked the two athletes In question -
the third phase of the high
not at the
present me
suspension from practice of school, please be advised that ing. lie said later he had been to McKinney to the and front Carter of the THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
the two players. McKinney this request is denied. However assured the matter of thegrooming come I
was a member of the basket- I will place on the Feb- code would not be could meeting observe room for so the Itself board the 118 NORTH WALNUT
ball team and Carter, start- ruary 5 agenda your request. discussed."In .
Ing fullback on the BUS foot- "In the meantime, pleasebe my Judgement these length of McKlnney's hair and Op.n 9 A.M. To 6 P. M. Mond.y Thru Saturday Phon. 964-8286

Public Defender Mack Futch, formerly of Starke, ball team for the past three advised and Instructed that rules are not part of the the grooming. of Carter's mustache NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

presented by former Attorney General Earl Fair- years and Student Council these policies are not to be Bradford County Board of "I would not be ashamed
cloth. president, was barred from enforced by the athletic department -
- - - -
practicing with the weight lift of the high school

,4yr n ing team. and that Danny McKinney is ,
v Francis says the first he to be reinstated on the bas-
heard of the suspensions from ketball team on this date. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
Temple was on Tuesday Jan. Please be further Instructedthat
2, the first day Temple was Brad Carter Is not to
In office. Several conferenceswere be denied participation with '
held but the situationwas the welghtteam practices until
,. not resolved the athletes. : such,, time as, these policies dNAY aaNcPY.' I f_
not reinstated. are presented for approvalto ,
On January 3 Francis wrote the Bradford County School -
Temple a letter from he and Board."
Hurse submitting the policies In another letter, datedJan-
Wpfr !! of the athletic department to uary 5, Principal Francis replied -

r ,. AI ion.the school The principal board for athletic adopt- "I :have not complied with BAHAMA LOUNGES End Tables & Coffee Tables

director and varsity basket- your instructions regardingthis ONLY' 2
ball coach (Mike Sexton) fur- matter. My reasons for Avocado & Gold Strips ALLl 1 OF A KIND
ther agreed that the partici- this being: 93-::. 09,05 _
'
id" ,a'E n pant involved In an active "AThat this order createsa SALE PRICED
sport, Danny McKinney remain condition that affects all CLOSEOUT $69.50 I
off the squad until the members of the coaching staff

policy was acted on by the under my supervision. 66x80CoUonRayon&Wool .'5 Pc. Samsomte/ Bridge Sets
"BDue to the nature of

school."To expedite this matterwe these board policies direction and the the absenceof princi- DOUBLE BLANKET Folding Table X Folding .liair:

!! request that it be sub-
pal has been responsible for
mitted to the Board at a
formulating and enforcing
meeting scheduled for Friday licies. po- < Closeout $5.95 Rtcl5675 SALE $39.95SA1T1SOiVITls

Jan. 5, at 5 p.m., "Fran- "The members of the coach- Re.S895

cis wrote. Ing staff and I seek early Gtultl Selection; Of
"Since the subject of this
State Attorney Gene Whitworth presented by retired request deals with regular redress on this matter by a LUGGAGEDiscounlinued Used Furniture
meeting of the Bradford County -
State Attorney Ted Duncan. school policies and since the
meeting of January 5 for the Board" of Public Instruction. Luggage Uvingroom Suites Chairs \ Pockers 1 Pecliner 2 Bedroon.
Suites And 3 Dinette Suites
In his Jan. 5 letter Prin- CLOSEOUT PRICED
cipal Francis told Temple he All Priced For Quick Sale
would like to Institute

COOPER'S NURSERY "grievance procedures" on Odd lledronm'iVre.s;
his (Francis) behalf Francis LA Z.BO'

wrote:
"I feel the order I was RECIINA-ROCKERS
CltestN lied
: *. KingsizeHeadbonrdN.
AND'
asked to enforce was in con-
flict with the conditions of my SALE PRICED FROM
Triple DressersMost
employment as principal of "
LANDSCAPE COMPANYCleanUp Bradford County High School. $149 .00
This situation affects my wel- Pieces Cannot Be "Matched
fare and jeopardizes membersof Table
my faculty and my statusas Lamps PRICED TO CLOSEOUT
administrator.
"Having worked In this 1 OF \ KIAD

county for fifteen years I have
never failed to follow Instructions Priced To CloMeoui From $6.95
: or orders. In this matter Ironing Board Pad
) I cannot in good faith
Time Noiv! and clear conscience abide

by your order. This is not THROW PILLOWS A Cover: Set
an attempt on my part to
create conflict and confusionand
I regret having to take
this course of action." $1.49 MOOSofa

/ t That same day Friday,Jan-
t uary 5, the school board con-
vened at 5 p.m. and the first Bed A Matching Chair
order of business was opening 2 NEW DOUBLE SIZE
bids on Phase m of the new Brown VinylONLY
-, -I high school. The new school
i board meeting room was
packed with students and a- BOX SPRINGSLlVINGROOM
dults, Including the two ath- leg. $129.95 Sale Price $99.95
1 letes in question.
After the bids were taken Cannot Match
under advisement for evalua- SUITES

Our Service Includes: tion by Architect Don Morganand ONLY/ REG. $89.95CLOSEOUT
his staff Supt. Temple
Lot Clearing Drainage recommended that Principal 1 Avocado Vinyl. 1 Nylon Plaid Attached Pillow Back

Francis be transferred to the Self Decked Coil Sprint Base
Sprigging -Sodding county office staff in the usa $69.5 0
a., U499S CLOSEOUT 8299.93
Building and that former Assistant -
Landscaping Sprinkler Systems Supt. Connie Mack r- r I
Clark be named principal of
Free Estimates the high school.
The board discussed whe- "!
ther or not to hear the groomIng !w:
COOPER'S NURSERY matter. Temple said that rW ;
was not the issue. The Issuehe _
AND LANDSCAPE CO. stated, was his recommen- r
dation of the transfer of Prin- _
PHONE 964.8104 cipal Francis. ____
Board Member H. A. Law-

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I BROOKER IN BRIEF ONE HEART-ONE LIFEease I

BUS Highlights .. "
presence: arugs ana
may other
By LIUDA G. COX. or defect is called an of heart attack and stroke. methods of treatment
-- --- OF TODAY'LkSTYLE Includ-
ELECTION DATE : ON TIlE HEART organic murmur As I said, Does the height of blood pres-the ing diet and lessening of emotional f
SET FOR FEB. 13 show how serious
Innocent heart murmurs are sure to lower
Mayor Roy Carroll has sIgn- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. The Student Council held Band Concert, held In Gaines- common in small children risk is? problems, the
very and
blood avoid
ed a proclamation, proclaiming Stanley Green. The students its first meeting of the yearon ville. The concert starts at Q: Is there any particular but they usually dis- A: No. The condition of the pressure Some com-
a Town Election to be held participating were: Deborah Wednesday January 3, to 7:30 p.m.Usually. age group which is affected appear by the time they reach heart and arteries and their plications.blood types; be of high
at the Community Center on Green, Susan Parrish, Angle discuss the dues of each the concert is held by heart disease? 18 or 19 years of age. Then ability to withstand the pressure pressure can cured
Tuesday, Feb. 13, for the pur- Andrews, Beth Hamilton all member. In Daytona Beach. This Is the A Unfortunately, people of too, there are also many Innocent are more Important than by surgery.
pose of electing the following of Brooker, David Sparks and The Student Council has finished first year It has been held : can get heart disease murmurs in adults the height of blood pressure.A For free Information
Officials: Mayor--one year Connie Dyal of Graham, and the first part of Its this close to Bradford County, any age children born physician can accurately on
Some are
heart subjects, contact
term; Town Clerkoneyear Cindy Rowe of LaCrosse,Each clean up project, but Intendsto so Mr. Cassels Is requiring with heart defects. While diseases Q: I understand high blood diagnose the condition. For local Heart Association.,your
term; three Councilmentwo played two or more pieces carry It on throughout the of the heart and blood pressure can increase the risk.A.A those who need treatment, he
------ year terms. which they memorized, and year. Plans are to ]build some all band students. to attend.
Inspectors of said electionare were given an award for their benches to put around the -Ann Starling vessels the elderly are more, it is prevalentin estimated __ ...------. __A--.Jt
as follows: Mrs. Doris achievements by Mrs. Ram- campus. that 27-mlllion A-
Kelley, Mrs. Sam Smith, and sey -Linda Brown The track team Is starting mericans today are afflicted by I
Mrs. Ala Mae Raulerson. Mrs. Bamsev brought with back up for the season. heart and blood vessel diseases The Ultimate Name In i
Polls will be open from 7 her an advanced student, Kathy B11S Tumblerettes are get- All boys with talent and of them in the
,
am. until 7 p.m. Any person O'Dea, from Alachua who ting ready for their first half- desire for running track, met of many life, 4564. We
prime age
desiring to offer himself or ended the recital with a selec- time show January 12, when Monday at 2:30: ( at the foot- that of
know today many types; Cooking Ranges.MAGIC
herself as a candidate (regu- tion of pie co:'? which everyone they will perform a routine ball, stadium. Good luck in heart disease are preventable, .
lar or write-In) for any of enjoyed. In the BUS gym. the track and field events this and in subsequent columnswe r ,
these offices shall make a Theme for the routine is teaml
After the recital the 20 pre- year, are going to discuss the
written request, and pay the sent enjoyed refreshments and "Little Girls". Practice Is -Jimmy Cissy precautions which people can
qualifying fee (or any) to the fellowship. now drawing to an end and the take to prevent risks of heart
Town Clerk on or before 12 girls are excited and waiting to "No more pencils, no more attack.Q .
o'clock noon on SaturdayJan. PERSONALS: put on a great show. books, no more teachers dirty CHEFThe
27. Mr. and Mrs.John Green and -Debbie ThomasOn looks." : I've heard some doctorsuse H
Registration books will be son of Grand Prairie, Alberti, For those Seniors who have terms like "Innocent"
open for new registrations until Canada spent Dec. 13-21 with Saturday January 6, completed their credit requirement and functional heart murmursIn
January 27. John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the FBLA students from BUS Jan. 19 will be the discussing their child patients -
Those who have previously A.L. Green, and Joe Then on went to Lake City for the Dis- last day of school. Many planto .. What do they mean?
registered need not register Sat., Dec. 23, Mr. and Mrs. trict Rally at Columbia High attend college right away,
again to vote In the coming A.L. Green left for Temple School. while others want to "wait" A: "A heart murmur is any
election of town officials on Hills, Md to spend Christ- Purpose of the rally was for around for a while. Seniors unusual sound produced by Economical Way To Cook
February 13. mas with their daughter and club members to get to know who do not plan to attend college the passage of blood throughthe
Any person entitled under family, Mr. and Mrs. Alan each other. Nancy Lee, one of will In most cases, start valves and chambers of
the laws of Florida to the right Messmore, returning to our District 3 members, was work Immediately. The end of the heart. An "innocent" Is A Magic Chef Gas Range
of franchise and who has resided Brooker on Dec. 28. nominated for Vice President. May is the time set for murmur -- extremely com-
within the town limits Mr. and Mrs. James Dean They also talked about the Seniors to graduate. mon In children -- Is a sound ,
for six months Immediately and son, Jimmy, of Bristol, district meeting to be held -Stormy,Reed which does not Indicate heart -- "BEStFEATURING
prior to registration: and who! Term, were visiting Mrs. February 3. disease. A heart murmur
has not previously registeredIs Dean's brother, and sister-in- -Robyn Corbin which does indicate a dls- II "'"e.er L'' Ali
entitled and urged to do so. law, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Not only is it more blessed *
Books will be located at Tommy Cox, Christmas week- The Future Business Lead- to give than to receive, but : =
Green's Store until January end. The Dean's also visitedMr. ers of America met January you don't have to wear the One thing Is certain about a
14 under the supervision of and Mrs. Mack Pressleyand to discuss various projects stuff you give. reformer; he doesn't have
Shirley Green. Books will be Becky of Lake Butler. set up for the remainder of himself in mind. 36" Range !
located at Carroll's Grocery Mrs. Troy Jones and child- the year.A .
from Jan 15 to Jan. 27, ren of Harlem, Ga. spent Dec. regional FBLA rally was I s -
under the supervision of 20-Jan. 3 with her sister. discussed which will take Assembly Applicants Needed 4 Burners __
Mayor Carroll. Registrationbooks brother-in-law and family, place on Saturday, December r l .
will close on Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. George 0. 6, at Lake City. Members were At General Electric Lift Up Top
Pierce and Audrey. urged to participate by being
FIRE DEPT. NOTICEA Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green present at the rally. Storage
Fire Dept. meeting will attended the wedding of their The club discussed having a Immediate opening for light
be held Monday, Jan. 15, at grandson. John Thomas Tay- luncheon and asking a guest it.H inbly production operators Compartment
7 p.m. at the Fire House, announces lor, Jr., to Jan Witt at Lemon speaker to speak at the
Fire Chief George luncheon. Money raising pro-
0. Pierce. Heights Baptist ChurchIn jects were discussed and the Broiler ,
and for
Palatka on Dec. 24. Other club talked about having a .High dexterity l aptitude ,
PIANO" RECITAL relatives attending the wedding rummage sale for this purpose Assembly work are nil t the requirement -
HELD DEC. 29 were: Alleen Green, Mr. + ncrtosary.
On Friday afternoon, Dec. and Mrs. George O. Pierce The FBLA was also recently
29, piano students of Mrs. and Audrey of Brooker; Mr. awarded the Chapter of the .. No training:, experience: or particular
J.C. Ramsey that attend and Mrs. Allen Green of Wildwood Month Award for the monthof educational' background .
Brooker Elementary School, ; Mr. and Mrs. R.B. November. Keepupthegood required.
along with a student of La- Branam and Micah of Jax; work!
Crosse, gave a piano recital Mr. and Mrs. K.L. Green and -Cindy MitchellOn .Apply between I the hours of 8A.M.
family of Wildwood; Mrs.Troy and 4 ::10 P.M. Monday $19900
Jones, Amy and Adam of Harlem January 3, the Science through Friday At the plant located
PINTS OOSUirFLOWERING Ga. After the wedding and
Club held their first meetingof
441' miles
on Highway 12
the
all including
reception the New Year.
SHRUBS new bride and groom, attended A committee was created of north of Gainesville)
a family Christmas partyat selected volunteers to choose
the home of Mr. and Mrs. SAWYER SLADE GAS
the 15 outstanding science stu- -
It's Tune! I
Planting John Thomas Taylor Sr. The dents for membership in the
newlyweds then left on a Junior Academy of Science.Mr. .
CAMELLIASVarities wedding trip to South Florida, McGriff, science club General Electric 332 W. Madison Starke, Fla.
then on to Blloxl, Miss where sponsor, announced that next .
= '
'
the groom Is stationed at 'Wednesday will be the last 964-7701
Ar Krtual Oppo, I
unity Employer
Keesler AFB.George .
2.59 day that pollution stickers, will, ..
Gal. Size O. Pierce of Brook be on sale. '
er, along with his brother, -Brenda Holmes .
- - -
Jim Pierce of Tallahassee,
t
AZALEASVarities flew to California to move The Drama class of Mrs.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julie Fuller presented a chil-
1 6 9 Stanley Pierce, to Waldo. dren's play, "The Magic '
Gal. Size Up They returned Jan. 4. Well," at Starke Elementarylast Central Heat':

BROOKER ELEMENTA3YThe Friday. The Drama class i- Does It A III *
will present the same play this
FLA. Peat following student teach- Friday at Southslde Elemen- *
ers are working at Brooker tary. Completely Installed
.79 Elementary School as Interns: -Wanda Lindsey == *
BU. Thomas Illlpkowski of Palm
11.L -
Beach Gardens, Fla. and a Attention: Students of BHS. &
5 Bu 3 e67 senior at the U. of F. He The DOT Is holding a dance & *

is student teaching in Mrs. Friday night, January 12, from *
FOR LAWN OR Hill's room. Miss Carol Le- 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. The "Ghost"will j. -,_' ,
-
emls of Jacksonville. She -
be playing for the dance.
PASTURE is a senior at the U, of F. Q'" -.J..L
Admission is $1.50 per person 7. : \ 1 .
also, and Is teaching In Mrs. I)>> t r a
Rye GrassSeed Jackson's room. Both student -Marjorie Denman & *
teachers are majoring In Elementary :... '
Lb. .16 1 Education: and will The Agers got Into practice & 1111-
be working at Brooker Ele- for the judging of beef and & a *
mentary School until March 9. dairy cattle, when they
6.49 Sorry to hear thatJoe Green attended classes on this sub- & -

50 Lb. has. been suffering: from a ject in Gainesville.Sue & r *
sprained ligament in his knee. Edwards *
We wish him &
for a complete
100 Lb. 11.99 recovery. January 13 will be a lucky 1J.
Prayer List: Morris Dyal, day for band students because *
Emmitt Raulerson, George they will attend the All State
.
Lovelace, Jim King. FREE ESTIMATES *
Farm And! Garden *

Hoe Community NewsBy : *


Long Handle 'J' 80,001),, ) BTU Carrier Furnance $ OO **

Elizabeth Given Walker ::1: Seven Air Supply Ducts 79 5 *

& One Return Air Duct *
SCHOOL NEWS carried out with Rev. B. C. \
4.77 All adults interested in attending Williams our new appointed 1& All Labor A nd Materials *

'" night classes for per- pastor in charge. Sunday *
sonal Improvement and for School beginning the servicesat : Thermostat Controls
better jobs are Invited to enroll 9:45.: Lovefeast service, *
Classes are in opera- 11 a.m. Holy Communion at
tion at the Vo-Tech Center, 5:30.: After service there wasa & Completely Installed *
Lawtey, and old RJE School. short business meeting. *
Services for Sunday, Jan. : (Kxccpi Electrical Uork\\ )'
CHURCH NEWS 14 will begin with Sunday *
Greater Bethlehem Free- School at 9:30.: Morning ser- & *
will Baptist Church, .Jasper vice at 11 with the Junior II
Williams pastor. Last members In charge. Evening *
1 Sunday services were great, service will begin at 5:30. II*
which began with Sunday All members are asked to II
School at 9:30.: Morning ser- cooperate with the activities. *
vice at 11 a.m. which was II*
highly Spiritual. The mes-

thew sage 5:13 was: taken using from the subject Mat- Smokey Says : :t

"Ye Are theSaltof the Earth." rInrIr Air Conditioning Added 24,000BTU $590.00

No. 18692VIOBIDA Seven persons joined the *
church for which we are truly f/RE
**
grateful. Dinner was servedat : We Service A U Makes PHONE
1 p.m. League was held at *
4 p.m. and Worship and Holy AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
: Communion at 6 o'clock. The 964 *
night message was taken from 7701 *
J'S'tt ; COMMERICAL RESIDENTIAL
Matthew 16:13-16: verse The .
\ ONTEOIcacwc pastor delivered a very Inspirational aI'' *

.. M.eq message on the & *
subject, "Who is the Christ".

Op. All Day Wednesday Holy Feet Washing Communion followed. and We i Sawyer Slade Gas **

964-5745 had day. a very spiritual day all *

Greater Allen Chapel AME *

539 tl. Call St. Starke Church, Rev. B. C. Williams ji 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7701 STARKE, FLA *

pastor Last In Sunday charge.services were Prevent Forest Fired! 5************************** **++ ++++++ ++++.





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i 1 "'Rf + +dfjllr+rw Legal Notices. "' v *><" > LAW T E Y By Elizabeth! Terry 'I'I


guests of Mrs. H. C. Wainwright sonvtlle. ,
t ,'
In The Circuit Court Eighth NOTICEIN der and the Complaint referred CHURCH SCHEDULES ily, of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Margie Reddish and on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Noe,
Judicial Circuit of Florida In I to therein have been Grace United Methodist Mrs. Leon Starling, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Mr. and Mrs. S. L. SwIn- of Hanover Ind., were Fri- .
i And For Bradford County. TIlE CIRCUIT COURTOF furnished to the State Attor- Church: Sunday School, 9:45 Mrs. Glen Starling, Mr. and visited their mother, Mrs.W. dell and sons, and Mrs. Edith day overnight guests of Mr.
CIVIL ACTION THE SECOND JUDICIAL neys of the First, Second, a.m. Worship Services, 11 a.m. Mrs. Danny Jackson, Mr. and H. Hall and their bro- Swinney of Lawtey, and and Mrs. Paul Lock and fam ""\
I Case No. 1491 CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN Third Fourth, Filth Sixth, and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7 Mrs. Charles Carter and ther-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs C. A. North ily.
! BILLY JONES ROOKSBERRY. AND FOR LEON COUNTY, Seventh Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, p.m. followed by Choir Prac- daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Spaulding and family, Mrs. C. K. Cowan Friends regret to learn that I
SR. Husband, Plaintiffvs- FLORIDA Eleventh, Twelfth,Thirteenth, tice. Bryant Reddish were dinner of Jacksonville; also their and Bryan, Miss Rebecca Co Mrs. John Shuford Is a patient 'IQ

VIRGINIA RUTH ROOKSBER CIVIL CASE NO. 72-1868 Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Six- guests of Mr and Mrs George brother and sister-in-law wan, of Jacksonville, were In Baptist I lospital,J ack- ':
RY, Wife Defendant teenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth Highland Baptist Church; Shuford and family on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall dinner guests of their par- sonville. We are glad to report ,"
NOTICE OF SUIT In Re $30,000,000 HIGIIER Nineteenth and Twen- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor- day evening. and family In Mandarin on ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. that she Is Improving:
NO PROPERTYTO EDUCATION BONDS, SERIES'F tieth Judicial of the ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dor- New Year's day. Robertson on New Year's Day. after surgery.
: Virginia Ruth Rooksberry. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE State of Florida, by mail this p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 Mrs. Pete Todor and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock Herbert Starling of Ocala
2921 E, 56th Street, Indianapolis STATE BOARD OF EDUCA- 27th day of December, A.D., Wednesday, followed by choir man Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore were and family attended the funeral visited his uncle and aunt, rr,;
Indiana TION OF FLORIDA, a body 1972. practice. and Mrs Ray Dorman, of dinner guests of her son-in- of their grandfather, Carl Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier, ;
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-' corporate under Section 2 of Orlando were recent guests law and daughter Mr. and Crafton, In Hanover, Ind., on and the H. II. Brlces on FrI- '
FIED that an action for Dis- Article IX and Subsection (a) ARNOLD L. GREENFIELDand BELATED CHRISTMAS NEWS of their brother-in-law and Mrs. Wesley Thomas and son Dec. 24.
solution of Marriage has been of Section 9 of Article XU ROBERT E. NIRO Attor- Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Grif- sister Mr. and Mrs. Bryant of Live Oak, on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wainwright day.During the holidays Mr..s
filed against you Virginia Ruth of the Constitution of the State neys for Plaintiff Room 622, fie and girls, and Mr. and Reddish. Sympathy of the community and family of Apopka and Mrs. Hubert Starling and .t
Rooksberry and you are required I of Florida, as amended. Plaintiff Larson Building Tallahassee, Mrs Gene Taylor and family Mr and Mrs. T. C. Keller- Is extended to the family and spent New Year's weekend family of Greenwood, S. C. :a I

to serve a copy of your vs. THE STATE OF Florida 32304 were dinner guests of man and son Freddie, and relatives of Mrs. Alice Aus- with their mother, Mrs. T, L, visited their uncle and aunt,
written defenses, If any to It:. FLORIDA, et al., Defendants. By sl Robert E. Nlml their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Bohan- tin.Mrs. Walnwrlght. While here they Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier. df
on the plaintiff's attorney l/4-3t-l/18 Harry Wilkerson on Christ- non and children of Winter Paul Dinkins, of St. visited their son-in-law and Britt Rosier, of Green Cove w

whose name and address Is TO TIlE STATE OF FLORI- mas day. Haven, visited Miss Arthur- Augustine, called on her par- daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Emory Springs, visited his In-laws, if y
Dudly P. Hardy, 114 North Wal- DA, THROUGH ITS STATE Mrs. John Shuford Mr. and ine Blanchard and also Miss ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Car- Eunice and family Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan ,

nut Street, Starke, Florida, and ATTORNEYS OF TIlE FIRST, LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. Joe Shuford of St. Augustine Enza Blanchard on Mondayat ter, and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins L. L. Wainwright, Sr., and last Thursday afternoon. o,,
file the original with the clerk I SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH, The Stockholders of The Community Mr. and Mrs. Dave Baker County Nursing on Saturday. son Mike and friend Susan, Mrs. A. C. Pearce spent -
of the above styled court on I FIFTH, SIXTH, SEVENTH, State Bank of Starke, Shuford and Ray, and Mr. home at Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Aus- of Tallahassee were supper the holidays with her son and
or before January 15, 1973; EIGHTH((, NINTH, TENTH, Starke, Florida, will hold their and Mrs. Phil Shuford and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- tin and children, of Macclenny guests of his mother, Mrs.T. daughter-in-law, Mr. and ,0 r
otherwise a Judgement may be ELEVENTH, TWELFTH, annual meeting at the Banking family of Belle Glade, were man were Friday overnight Mr. and Mrs Vaughn L, Walnwright, on New Mrs. Harold Sapp, and other
entered against you for the THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH house of the Community State dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. guests of their son and daugh Prescott and family,of KlI1gsley Year's Eve. relatives In Miami. ,"
relief demanded In the complaint FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH Bank of Starke, Starke Florida George Shuford on Christmasday. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Reg- Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Moore spent New

or petition. SEVENTEENTH. Jan. 26, 1973 at 7 O'ClockPM. gie Norman, of Chiefland. Floyd Norman and son, of Year's Day with her sister :!:&VifttfVfi--MV:::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :::::::::::::::::,::::: ::::,:,:. :,:;,: :
WITNESS! my hand and the EIGHTEENTH NINETEENTH 1113M25IN Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- Jacksonville, were dinner Miss Rachel Boyer, In Jack-
seal of said Court on Decem- JUDICIAL dish met their brother and dish spent Sunday afternoon guests of their parents, Mr. JacksonvilleDirectory
ber. 12, 1972. I I' AND TWENTIETH THE SEVERAL sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. with their brother-in-law and and Mrs. Leonard Normanand Mr and Mrs. G. L. Sapp ,::
AND -
CIRCUITS
Gilbert S. BrownAs TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IN Ray Dorman, of Orlando, their sister, Mr. and Mrs J. M. the Carl Normans on New and the Rudolph Sapp family -
Clerk of said Court PROPERTY CITIZENS OWNERS AND FOR BRADFORD son, Ray Reddish of Tampa Wilson of Macclenny. Year's Day. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob-
AND
TAXPAYERS COUNTY, FLORIDAIN by Bennett, of Holly 11111 on 1;
their granddaughters and hus- Dale Thompson of Flndley
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs THEREOF AND OF ALA-
Deputy Clerk CHUA, BAY, BRADFORD, RE: ESTATE OF OURANIA bands, Mr. and Mrs.Jim Ben Strawberry Patch Ohio, Is visiting his mother Saturday. (3rf

(Court Seal) BREVARD, BROWARD, CITRUS LAINAS Deceased. son of Piscataway, N. J. and Mrs. Daisy Thompson, and Friends of Tommy Barnesare ;
12/21 4t 1/11 COLLIER, COLUMBIA, Mr. and Mrs Kay Stephenson Clearance Sale time.the Buddy l' hompsons at this hippy;; to learn that he Auto Sales and Service ell

DADE, DUVAL, ESCAMBIA, NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo of Dallas, Texas, at the was able to return home from
Mrs. Nellie Wllkerson, Mrs. Friends of Paul Bennett regret -
HILLSBO- home of their son-in-law and
HIGHLANDS, all creditors and all per- Hattie Mrs Daisy learn that is St. Vincent's Hospital on Fri Parruh Motors Jsl
In The County Judge's CourtOf ROUGH, JACKSON, LAKE, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Darley, to he a day.
sons having claims or demands Boche Nancy Bennett Mrs.H. In the Veterans Hospital
patient -
Bradford County, Florida. LEE, LEON, MADISON MA- Pons and sons, of Tallahassee "
In Probate # NATEE MARION, MONROE, against said estate. for a family dinner dur- W. Bennett, Mrs.Elizabeth at Lake City. SALES i1[
IN RE: ESTATE OF REGINA OKALOOSA, ORANGE, PALM You, and each of you are ing the Christmas holidays. Redding, Mrs. John Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rob- SERVICE VOLVO 'tp
hereby notified and requiredto all of Lawtey Lonzo Austin, ertson Mrs. Edith Swlnney Parents FARTS
,
AVERY SEWELL, DECEASED BEACH PASCO, PINELLAS, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phil- ; Reminded
file any claims and demands Mrs. Jennie Lastinger, and Mrs. C. K. Cowan and chil- tor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS POLK PUTNAM, ST. JOHNS, lips and grandson, Scott Minibike Riders
,
which you or either Mrs. Elsie Bennett and sister, dren Mrs. J, R. Cowan and
All creditors of the estate ST. LUCE. SARASOTA SE- James and Danny Phillips ; Always; Good heed Can xl]
of you, may have against the all of Daytona, visited Mrs. daughter Mrs. John North Must Obey Laws
of REGINA AVERY SEWELL MINOLE, SUWANNEE, TAY- estate of OURANIA LAINAS Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and MI Laura St. Ph. 35 -5<5<
deceased, are hereby notifiedand LOT WASHINGTON ANDVO-\; son, Neal; friend Debra, of Alice Austin and Miss Sinah and Mrs. Helen Tobias and .. .
,
deceased late of Bradford
to file claimsor Macon Ga. and and Mrs. Prescott at Convalescent Center family, of Maxville, Mrs. C.
required any LUSIA COUNTIES, FLORIDA, Mr. Patrol PIANOS
The
the office
County, Florida In Florida: Highway
,
Nursing home In Gainesville A !North; and family all Of
which Leslie
demands they may INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS Phillips and sons, of '4d
of the Circuit Judge of Brad reminds parents and riders
have against said estate in the OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT Waldo all gathered at the during the holidays. Jacksonville, gathered at the of Christmas minibikes and YAMAHA PIANOS! "
office of the County Judge of TO TAXATION THEREIN ford County, Bradford County home of their mother, Mrs.O. David Varoes of Melrosewas home of Mr. and Mrs. S, L. that these vehiclesare CONN and KIMBALLn
Bradford County, Florida, In AND OTHERS HAVINGOR Courthouse in Starke, Bradford J. Phillips, for a family a dinner guests of his Swindell and family for apar- go-carts OIUS; .
the
the Courthouse In Starke, Flo- CLAIMING ANY. RIGHT, County, Florida, within dinner on Christmas day. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. ty on Saturday night. The occasion regulated same as any
six months from the date of Anders, on !New Years Day. was the birthday anni- other motor vehicle.
rida, within six calendar months TITLE OR INTEREST IN Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen IIIH
the first publication of this Mr. and Mrs. O. Nlcula; and versary of Mrs. C. A. !North. Col. Eldrige Beach, director
from the date of the first publication PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mar- of the Patrol
urged parentsto
of this notice. Each BY THE ISSUANCE BY notice. tin and family, Mr. and Mrs. family visited their mother, Mrs. Horace Cox spent Mon- ,
claim or demand must be In THESTATE BOARD OF EDU- Each claim or demand must Kenneth Prater and family, Mrs. Goldie Myers of Bridgeport day with her mother, Mrs. "Impress upon young mi- ,.,.,.
be in writing and must state W. Va. and other relatives P. L. Dinkins. nibike and go-cart operators
,
writing and must state the place CATION OF FLORIDA OF of Jacksonville, and Mr. and the of Improper
the place of residence and during the Christmas Mr and Mrs. Richard Ben- dangers
of residence and post office NOT; EXCEEDDIG$30,000,000 Mrs. Clifford Martin and family -
post-office address of the holidays. On Christmas day nett of Holly Hill visited maneuvers, such as turning
address of the claimant and HIGHER EDUCATION BONDS, of Starke, were dinner .J&KIMIIAI.1.
claimant and must be. swornto about 75 of them gathered Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Bennetton without signalling, driving
must be sworn to by the claim- SERIES F HEREINAFTER: guests of their mother, Mrs. "
without falling to stop "SttlMJKK"OIUNS
lights or : ;
by the claimant, his agent, for a family dinner. The NI- Sunday and attended the
ant his his attor- Walter Martin Christmas
agent or MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED on 'w
or his attorney, or it will be culas went on to see their funeral of Mrs. Alice Aus- for stop signs. ; :
It will become void BE day.
ney, or OR WHO MAY dri- .
Operators of any motor Roosevelt Mall 388-8519
void according to law. brother-in-law{ and sister,
according to law. IN ANY WAY AFFECTED Mr. and Mrs. Maine Grit- tin.Mrs. ven vehicle must be at least 2929 N. W. 13th Gainesville i
Each creditor shall deliver James Drainer
Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Abstein, and
M. II. WATSON, Admin- THEREBY tie and family and Mr. and
15 of and have license -
: a
sufficient copies of his claimto of Geneva Ohio before Mrs Smith of Mlcan- years age
Ruby ,
istrator of the Estate of Re- The State of Florda, through Mrs. Virgil Griffls and family Until the operator FURNITURE
Sewell deceased. enable the Circuit Judgeto of Palatka dinner returning home. opy, were dinner guests of
gina Avery State Attorneys of the were he
the becomes 16 of
age,
mall one to each personal Tommy Harper of Starke, Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Sun- years
,
ELZIE S. SANDERS First, Second, Third, Fourth guests of their mother, Mrs. ; will have a restricted license fURNITURE 1
Attorney for Administrator Fifth Sixth Seventh, Eighth. representative Nellie Wllklson Mrs. Daisy was a dinner guests of his day.Mrs.
requiring daylight! operationand '
DISCOUN
138 West Call Street !Ninth, Tenth. Eleventh Dated January 2, A.D., 1973. Boche and Lynn; on Christ- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolfe and son, AT
he may not ride a motor
SOUTHEAST FIRST BANK\ OF Carl Prevatt, on Wednesday.Mr. of Del. Conptet, 1'//
Starke, Florida 32091 Twelfth, Thirteenth, tour- mas day. Bill, Wilmington, are driven bike rated more than
12/21 4t l/ll teenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, JACKSONVILLEBy After a visit with her son and Mrs. Randall Brad- spending some time with her five brake horsepower. Mini- Household':: \ .
Seventeenth, Eighteenth, Nln; : Thomas F. Simmons, and daughter-in-law Mr. and ley of Jacksonville, Mr. and mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks bike riders are required to Furnrshegs
Trust OfficerAs Mrs -Gary Bennett and son,
Mrs. Paul Dinkins and David
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO teenth Circuits and of said Twentieth State, Judlcal and the Executor of the Last 'or St. Auguslne,' their- Mr. and Mrs.' Spud Massey and the Glen Shufords. On wear an approved crash helmet Up To 3oaSavins' ,8I

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME several property owners, tax- Will and Testament of mother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday they visited her bro- and eye protection.In Baxley Chair Co.
Notice; Is hereby given that and Citizens thereof OURANIA LAINAS Deceased went to visit with her son- Dearl Bradley and son calledon ther-in-law- sister, Mr. order to operate on pub-

the undersigned, under the pro- payers and of Alachua, Bay: Bradford, lU4t21IN in-law and daughter, Mr. and their mother, Mrs. R. L. and Mrs. James Hogan, and lic roadways, these vehicles 64?! Cone" 1 Block
vision of 20,953 Laws of Flo- Brevard, Broward, Citrus, Mrs. Horace Cox for a few Bradley on New Year's Day. sisters, Mrs. Cora Hodges and must be equipped with head- From 1.10

rida, Acts of 1941, will regis- Collier, Columbia, Dade, Du- days; On Christmas day, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Grant, Mrs. Marian Hall In Jacksonville lights, a tall light tag light Joc "vII., 3UM741
ter with the Clerk of the Cir- val, Escambla, Highlands, TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and of Orlando spent several days stop light, horn, rearview """-I;
cuit Court, In and for Brad- Hlllsborough, Jackson, Lake, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- David of St. Augustine joined with their brother-in-law and mirror and adequate brakes.As AUTO ELECTRIC
ford County, Florida,upon proof Lee. Leon. Madison. Manatee, CUIT OF FLORIDA IN: AND Mrs. Dinkins and the Cox's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Strawberry Patch with all other motor Vehicles -
Monroe FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. for family dinner Christ- Rosier. On Saturday Mr. and they must have a cur-
of publication of this notice Marlon, Okaloqsa a : on Sal I'KAVY llrolhrrsKloclrir
CASE #1433EMA"UEL Mrs. Grant and the Rosiers Clearance rent motor vehicle Inspection
Pasco
day.
of Bradford Orange Palm Beach, mas
,
of the fictitious name -
KLEINMAN and visited Mr. Grant's motherIn sticker and license tag. : Co..
Publishers, under which Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, St. On New; Year's Day, Mr.
I am engaged In business at Johns, St. Lucie, Sarasota, ANNA M. KLEJIIMA.his and Mrs. Jim Burton, of Jacksonville Gainesville. On Sunday, they Mrs. Edith Swlnney was a When operating on private Alternators Starters
Starke, Fla.James Seminole, Suwannee, Taylor, wife, Plaintiffsvs- SOUTHERN Charles Dinkins, of visited their sister, Mrs. Sophia Saturday overnight: guest of property, riders are urgedto I
M, Carlton, U. S. 301 Washington and Volusla Counties OIL AND CHEMICAL Starke, and Mr and Mrs. Starling and the J. G. her son-in-law and daughter wear an approved crash Generators Regulators
COMPANY, INC., a Florida Morrises In Dunellen. ; helmet and eye; protection.Col. .
Starke Fla. Long- Florida 'Including non- David Christopher and daughters Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North In
horn South,Restaurant, U., S.or 301 S., residents owning property or corporation, Defendant. of Brunswick, Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand Jacksonville.Mr. Beach concluded by AUTO.- TRUCK. ,
subject to taxation therein, NOTICE OF SALE with them during the day. family, of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright saying! :, "Early training may
Starke Dated, Fla.this 18th day of December and others having or claim- Notice; is hereby given pur- Mrs. Cox brought her mother, and Mrs. Leon Starling, Mr. Sr., and Mr. and Mrs.L. form habits that will help DIESEL i

A. D. 1972 at Starke ing any right, title or InterestIn suant to a Final Judgment Mrs. Dinkins, home on Wed and Mrs. Glen Starling, Mr. L. Wainwright, Jr., and youngsters to respect the need 4044 Lenox Av Jax. I
property to be affected by of Foreclosure dated January nesday.Mr. and Mrs. Danny Jackson, Mr. Dee Anne and Tara, of Tal- for rules and regulations that i
12/21 Bradford County 1/11/73, Florida. the Issuance by the State Board 4, 1973, and entered In Case and Mrs. Sidney Harbin and Mrs. George Shuford and lahassee, and Mrs. T. L. will carry; Into later ;years as 387.2528 !

4tp ... of Education of Florida, a Number 1433, of the above- and Donna, and Mr. and Mrs. family, and Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright: were dinner automobile drivers."
entitled Court wherein the Charles Carter and daugh-
body corporate under Section Kenneth Barfield, were din-
NOTICE 2 of Article IX and Subsec- above described persons were ner guests of their parents, ter were dinner guests of
Bradford County Zoning parties, that I will sell to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barfield, their mother, Mrs. Lois Car- FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
Board has made Applicationto tion (a) of Section 9 of Article !- the highest bidder for cashat on Christmas day ter on New Year's Day.
the Bradford County Zoning Xn of the Constitution the Bradford County Court- Mrs. C, R. Crews and Glen-
Board for reclassification of the State of Florida, as house, In the City of Starke, PERSONALSMrs. anne, accompanied Mrs Linda ASSOCIATION OF STARKE

of the property described below amended, of Higher Educa- Florida, at 11:00 A.M. on the Lois Carter, Mr and Boatright and Linda to Clear-
from Rl-B & EA to OR tion Bonds, Series F, in the 22nd day of January, 1973, Mrs. Earl Denmark and fam- water during Christmas holi-
That Portion In Sections 13 aggregate principal amount of the following described real days for a visit with Mr. and STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER: I (1972)

14 which lies North of not exceeding $30,000.000, property situate In Bradford Mrs. H. C. Crews and family
and
and des- 1f"' -. 1 ".... Mrs. Bill Wood-
State Hoad 125. hereinafter more particularly County, Florida, 'I'>- :and Mr. and ASSETS
This change in classification described, or to be affected cribed In said Final Judg- ard and family of Largo. New;
thereby are here- ment to-wit Inc. recorded In Miscellaneous Year's weekend they visited
Is subject to a public In any way ; : ,
hearing to be held on Tuesday by required to appear before Being In the CountyotBrad- Book 17, page 331, of Warren Boatright In the Veterans Mortgage Loans and Other

January 30th, 1973 at 7:30: the Circuit Court of Leon ford and State of Florida, the public records of Ala- Hospital In Miami. Liens on Real Estate S H. 362. yS;. 45 "
PM In the County Commissionroom County, Florida, In the Second and more particularly Known, chua County, Florida, the said Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kel-
at the Bradford County Judicial Circuit of said Stateat distinguished and described as easement being a power line ly visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank All Other Loans 63 -HJO. 71

Court House at which time all the Courthouse In Talla- follows, to-wit: right of way easementon Jones In Rest Haven Nursing; Real Estate Owned and in ]Judgement none
Interested shall be hassee, Florida, on the 12th Commence at the Northwest the land In Section 18, home In Gainesville on !New
persons heard for or against the proposal day of February 1973, at 9:30 corner of Section 17, Town- Township 7 South, Range 20 Year's day. Cash on I land and In Banks 59,427. 10

as specified in the Zoning o'clock A.M., and show cause ship 7 South, Range 20 East East. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Har- Investments and Securities J 263. 675. H2
Code of Bradford County, why the prayers of the Com- and run thence East along ALSO, two acres In south- bin and Donna, spent New
John Torode, Chairman plaint filed In the above pro- the North section line of said east corner of Southwest 1/4 Year's weekend with their sis- Fixed Assets Less Depreciation 122, 469.07

Bradford County Zoning ceeding should not be grantedand Section 17, 19.75 chains to of Southwest 1/4 of Section ter, Mrs. Gaynell Mooty, and Deferred Charges and Other Assets 26511.77
Board. the bonds therein described the right-of-way of State Road 8, Township 7 South, Range other relatives and friends In
1/4 4t 1/25 and the proceedings of the No.; 113, thence South along 20 East, lying South and West Clarkston, Ga. Mrs. Mooty $ 9. b9 4oB..92)
Plaintiff heretofore taken authorizing right-of-way of said State of Railroad and highway respectively plans to return to Lawteysoon
the issuance thereof Road No. 113, 19.89 chains to Including the following ,
FIRST NOTICE; validated and confirmed.Said an Iron stake, thence run West described piece or par- Mr. and Mrs., Tommy Clayton LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH I I

bonds are dated May 1, 20.15 chains to the West sec- cel of land, to-wit: Two a- and Tommy, of Jacksonville -
NOTICE; OF INTENTION TO 1972, bear Interest at not exceeding tion line of Section 17, thencerun cres In Southeast corner of :
REGISTER FICTITIOUS the maximum lawful North; 20.12 chains to the Southwest 1/4 of Southwest spent Saturday with Savings Accounts S 8,111,591.77

NAME rate of Interest authorized on Northwest; corner of said sec 1/4 of Section 8, Township 7 their mother, Mrs C. R. Advances From Federal I Home
Notice Is hereby given that the date of the sale of the tion 17, the point of begin- South, Range 20 East, lying Crews, and Glenann.
the undersigned, under the bonds, payable seml-annually ning. Southwest of Railroad and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Eunice Loan Bank 1,000,000.00

provision of 20.953 Laws of on May 1 and November; 1 of ALSO, commence at the highway right-of-way, re- and family of Highland, Mr. Other Borrowed Money none
Florida, Acts of 1941, will register each year, are In the aggre- Northwest comer of Section sepctively, and run thence and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley! orMaxvllle. 156.36
with the Clerk of the gate principal amount of not 17, Township 7 South, Range westerly 309 feet, thence in Mr and Mrs. Phil Loans In Process 359,

Circuit Court, in and for Bradford exceeding $30,000,000 and 20 East, thence run West 14.27 a Northeasterly; direction a- Eunice, their brother, Arthur Other Liabilities 42, 648.: 57
County, Florida, upon mature In annual Installments chains to Berry's West line, long right-of-way of railway Melton of Graham, Mr.
proof of publication of this on May 1 of each of the years thence run South 20.15 chains, 408 feet, thence South 180 and Mrs. Emory Eunice and Specific Reserves 1,000.00

notice of the fictitious name 1973 to 2002, inclusive, all thence run East 14.27 chainsto feet to point of beginning family, and Roger,Eunice, of General Reserves $ 257, 109. 88
of Bill's Saw Shop, Rt. 2, as more fully described in the West section line of Sec- containing 2/3 acre, more or Knoxville, Tenn were dinner
Box 162, Starke Fla. 32091 Complaint filed herein and the tion line of Section 17, thencerun less, *.
under which I am engaged In exhibits attached thereto. North; along West section 7 South, Range 20 East. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Sat- $ 9,898,441.92Our /

business at Starke Fla. This order shall be published line of said Section 17 to the Being the same property urday night.
William E. Finucan (sole Northwest corner of said Sec which G. Austin Wharry andC.

owner), Rt. 2, Box 162, Starke bv Section In the 75.06.manner Florida required Sta- tion 17, the point of beginning, Kleinman, by their deed. Strawberry Patch Hour:

Fla. 32091 tutes In the aforementioned the said lands lying and beingIn dated December 1, 1951, recorded Man thru Thurl. > a m. to 3 p.m.
Dated this 2nd day of January Counties. Section 18 Township 7 In Book 69 of Deedson Clearance Sale Closed a.m. la 5.30 p.m.
1973 A.D. at Starke, South, Range 20 least; Satutday
DONE! AND ORDERED at Page 459 to 461 In the office -
Bradford County, Florida. this ALSO, the Southwest 1/4 of the Clerk of Circuit
Tallahassee, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons -
1/4 4t 1/25 27th day of December 1972. of Southwest 1/4 of Southwest Court, Bradford County, Flo- and family of Atlanta, rrr 1rfTmL! FIRST FEDERAL
1/4 of Section 8. Township 7
JR. rida conveyed to the mort-
GUYTE P. McCORD, Ga., spent New Year's week-
Judge of the Circuit Court South, Rang 20 East con- gagor herein. end with their brotherinlawand Savings and Loan Association of Starkf

IF WE DON'T HAVE' IT for Leon County; Florida.CERTIFICATE. taining 10 acres, more or GILBERT S. BROWN sister Mr. and Mrs.John
we'll get It for you. Office less. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Kuhne and family. Other Iusr limnb

Supplies, Furniture, Equip SUBJECT, HOWEVER, to COURT guests for New Year's dinner TELEPHONE 9445000M.5
ment. Bradford County right-of-way easement from BY: Donna M. Bryan were another brotherinlaw "T/ic/ liaise Of Snrotge' W. MADISON ST. ,
certified that American Tung Oil Mills, Inc., Deputy ClerkIt
Telegraph It Is hereby and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
copies of the foregoing Or- to Clay Electric Co-operative 1/11 W. M. Mobley of Tampa.


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Pay Rates Effective Jan. 73
For Each Weekend TrainingPAY
YEARS OFSERVICE DAILY MONTHLY ANNUAL
GRADE PAY PAY PAY I


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HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS May Enlist NOW And Leave For Active

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Shouldn't JOIN THE NATIONAL GUARD NOW !


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720 Edwards Rd., Starke For Information Call 964-5320 .

FLORIDA BANKBRANDING J.E.HARDY AUTO SALES STARKE MOTOR COURT
IRON RESTAURANT KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN' (CHARLIE BRASWELL) TERWILLEGAR FORD MOTORS LEILA'S DRESS AND' GIFT SHOP
GAY'S HOME APPLIANCE WINKLER ELECTRIC KOCH'S DRUG STORE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
A.J.THOMAS
CARTER MUSIC CO. L.B. RED ALVAREZ STANDARD OIL GERALD E. BROWN INSURANCE DOYLE THE EANERGOODMAH.S
NEW METHOD CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY GARDEN RESTAURANT DENMARK FURNITURE CO. ANDREWS DRUG
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to override Mayor Ray ::
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMrs. 2 '"s r Starnes' veto of Keystone's -
Fred Dodd announcesthe fyr\,! ?4 *: proposed five per cent across-
engagement of her daugh- "\," the-board utility tax failed at J'i
ter, Prlscllla Marie, to Lt. ; ,.a'I" Tuesday night's council meet- \ \ ;
Owen B. Baker, Jr., both of :i ( ing for lack of the four-fifths I I
Keystone Heights. ,. h. majority vote needed to erase r
Owen Is the of .
son Major the veto.
and Mrs. Owen B. Baker and f"; iw+.Jl' With only four members sit- r at +

KeystoneHeights ting on the "old council,"
Nighfrom :, -
In 1968, ., New Keystone Heights Postmaster Edna Baker due to a resignation last sum- l .
then graduated from the Uni- receives commission as former postmaster Gladys mer, the vote was 3-1 to over

versity of Florida In 1972. ,''' Tillis smiles approval. ride, with Councilman Gay 'i, "
Owen was commissioned:! as J1.rt) Livingston casting the nega- 1,1..., '
Lieutenant In the U. S. Air tive vote. A unanimous yes 1'W'\ I I"I
1
Force and will be stationedat \ Edna Baker Commissioned vote was necessary for the t 1\''''

Glbbsboro Air Force BaseIn ; four-fifths needed. \ .. '
New Jersey. The motion to override was ,I'
,
Prlscllla graduated from 4art1- As Keystone PostmasterEdna made by departing Councilman

Keystone,Heights High SchoolIn Virgie Homer and seconded by "
1972 ,and is now a student Fox, who yielded the gavel to
at Bob Jones University Baker! was presented ved In this capacity until appointed Mayor Starnes when it became II
in Greenville, S. C. Tuesday afternoon with her officer In charge on apparent the motion would not Keystone Councilmen.Ed Tim-tins, Bill Cole, and
A July wedding is planned. D.F. Turners Observe commission as permanent July 1, 1972 following the retirement otherwise get a second. Everett Fox take oath of office Tuesday night.man .
postmaster at Keystone of Postmaster Councilman Roy Watkins voted

JUNIOR GOLFTOURNAMENT 50th' Wedding Anniversary Heights, where she has been Gladys Tillis, Mrs. Baker's with Homer and Fox. with Watkins as mem- Patrolman Jim Rye has done
employed since 1959. Makingthe permanent appointment became Prior to the vote Mayor with the young people and
A nine hole Junior Tourna- presentation was R.L. effective December 9. Starnes continued his long- ber.Finance and Law: Living- said "that's the type of law
ment was played with the La- Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Tur- darln; Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Dean, Gainesville postmaster, Mrs. Baker's husband, W.E. standing opposition to the tax, ston chairman, with Cole. enforcement we need In Key-
dies Golf Association Decem- ner celebrated their Golden Turner, Charleston, S. C.; acting for J.E. Workman, sec- (Bill) Baker is postmaster at saying it was no longer needed, Safety: Cole chairman, with stone." Rye had also receivedthe
ber 28 with the Ladles Golf Wedding Anniversary on December Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Milll tional center manager, at the Lake Geneva. with the new sources of reve- TImmins. recommendation of

Association December 28 with 24 with a reception can, Keystone Heights.:. Mr. Jacksonville office. Mrs. Baker's appointmentwas nue, including Federal reve- Streets: Watson chairman, Starnes for reappointment to
Martha Hayes, Danlelle Reed, given for them by their family and Mrs. Bill Burner, 'alatka Mrs. Baker started her pos- made under the new U.S. nue sharing, now available to with Livingston. the police force, and received
Chuck Head and Steven Greek at the home of Mr. and ; Mr and Mrs. Clyde Ker- tal career In October 1959 Postal Service merit system, the city. Reappointed to the City's praise for his work from Fox
in Mrs. Tommy Milllcan. sey, Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. by establishing the first rural In the
Earlier meeting
coming as thewinninxteam.Bobby whereby postal workers are official family were: Fremont as well as Cole.
Hayes, Jr. was the Mr. and Mrs. Turner have Donald Hersey, Palatka; Miss route at Keystone Heights promoted through the ranks, Starnes had reported that the Tolles, city attorney; Kitty Livingston, Watkins, and
Gross winner for the day and lived in Putnam County for Carolyn Turner,Jacksonville; and serving as RFD carrierfor rather than the old system of city has more than $27,000in McGlave, clerk; and Huntley TImmins defended Muhlhofer,
Steven Greek with low net the past 40 years. They have Mr. and Mrs. William Car- one year. She then becamea political appointments. Its six bank accounts-- Redfearn, Jr., fire chief. saying they had several peo-
for the day.January ten children, grandchildren, ter, Hampton; and Mr. and clerk In the office and s'w- "the most we ever had on Mayor Starnes' recommen- ple tell them the chief was
26 will be the next and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Norman Dowdy, Jr., hand at any one time." He dation for reappointment of doing a good job "cruising,
Junior Golf Day. All Juniorsare Their children who helped Hellbronn Springs. said it was possible that the Wally Muhlhofer as Chief of answering calls promptly, and
urged to turn out for this them celebrate the happy occasion Fifty-two friends and relatives city could cut its tax millage Police ran into oppositionfrom making himself available
event and may sign up by were Mrs. Dorothy attended the reception next year, even without a utility Cole and Fox. Cole madean promptly in time of need."
either calling Mrs. Greek, Martin, Keystone Heights; Mr. during the afternoon. tax."The. appeal for more "adequateand Ending the discussion Cole
473-3680, or signing up at and Mrs. Earl Taylor, Man- only way to attract competent" law enforce- and Fox voted to reject

the Pro Shop.INTERACT _. _. _. .- _. _. ...------. new residents is by offering ment in Keystone Heights, and Starnes' recommendation of
------ them tax stability," Starnes Fox was even more direct, Muhlhofer, but Livingston,

CLUB were borrowed from the f'lo- Jill Johnson as Mary, Vic 'a. said in stating his desire to saving: "Frankly, I don't feel Watkins, and Timmins gave
NATIVITY SCENE rahome Church of God, the Clvltarese, Ricky Schultz,Da- \ continue efforts to annex addi- that he (Muhlhofer) is doing their support.In .
The Christmas nativityscene scene was presented for one vid Thacker as Wlsemen, tional area to the city He the job he's paid to do." the matter of reappointment
was presented by the night only. Hank Morgan and Steve Allenas described Keystone's positionas Fox also declared that the of a municipal judge,
Interact Club on December 22 The life-like Christmasscene the shepherds. "being strangled from the chief had actively campaigned Starnes said he would be willIng -
for the third year. Due to was held across the Much time and energy is outside." against him (Fox), Mrs. to continue serving "until
the weather and the availability street from the city park with put into this project by the Fox countered that it was Homer, and Cole In the December further notice," and his offer 'It
of the costumes, which Hal Elsenacher as Joseph, Interact Club every year and not right for Keystone to haveto election, and that he was accepted by the coun W
they should be commendedfor "entice people" to come didn't think this was proper cil. Starnes said that all fees
their contribution of the into the city "and give them action for a city officer. collected by him ($5 per case)
Christmas Spirit to the town everything without their Cole said he didn't quarrel are being donated to charity,
KEYSTONE MELROSEIUSINESS of Keystone Heights. having to pay anything for, wlth,Muhlhofer's right to oppose clubs, or community projects.In .
,. .
"
( the services. other action the council:
( DIRECTORY DUPLICATE BRIDGE"The Mayor Starnes announcedthat them if he wanted to, Upheld a recommendationof
: papers had been signed but stressed that Keystone the City Planning Zoning
Tuesday Duplicate
applying to the IIIA for the needed "more and better"law Board refusing to grant a
Club into full
HARDWARE-GARDEN Bridge got swing "maximum assist enforcement if It was to
FISHERMAN'S" SUPPLIES again last week with the following grant" to variance requested by the
Lisa Eland the city In construction of In an orderly manner.
Gayle Quagliano a grow Lions Club to construct a
winners First Mr.
SLIMS e HARDWARE : $1,267,000 (estimated cost)) Cole also deplored the failure 30-foot extension on frontof
and Mrs. Mike Falkel with
sewer system,with target date of the city to help finance their building,
present
Stuff ANDQARDEN 71 Second Mrs. Roland
points: Title
FishN'. Bryan and Mrs. C. V. Local Girls Try For for completion set at Jan. 1, a recreation programfor which would have extended it
dNTtl This would the people, or assist -
1975. Include ser- young to within ten feet of the street.
Home] 60 Third Mr.
points ,
Live Bait A complete line ef Hdw.Crlckeu.Shlnn..Worrn. and Mrs., Bill ;Bartlett, 59 In Miss Teenager Contest vice and a within 12-Inch the extension city limits lineto youth other needs.projects"\Ve talk to meet about The Zoning Board pointed out

i BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS points; and Third, Mrs. L. have In
Two local Miss poise personality, and scho- the Keystone Airport.A how much money we (Con't to next page)
MinnowsTACKLERODSREELS Plumbing & Electrical) Supp. Brinson and Estelle Miner, girls, Gayle the bank, but we can't even
special meeting was set
Gr.-T.n. Fertilisers 55-1/2 points. Quagliano, 15, daughter of Mr. lastic achievement. Thera
the tennis courts repaired -
Insecticide The Thursday evening and Mrs. Albert J. Quagliano is no swimsuit or talent com- for Tuesday, Jan. 23, at 7:30: get
of Lake petition. Each contestant will p.m., with the public 1m'Ited to ," he said.Continuing. S.E.JflcKA
FISHING & HUNTING Lumber & Building Materials bridge club resumed play last Brooklyn, and Miss his attack on the
attend and hear the city's:
plan-
LICENSES AMMUNITION week with the following win- Lisa Eland, 15, daughter of write and recite an I essay
Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd. From Light ning and engineering firm explain present state of law enforce- REALTOR
ICEKeystone ners; First, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Eland on the subject, "What's flight ment in Keystone, Cole said
the and
sewer proposal
Hgts. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 47303663TELEVISIONAIR Francis Meirlck, 43-1/2 of Silver Lake, have been About America. other matters pertaining toKeystone's that Ms home had been bro- Keystone Hts. 473.4816
points; Second, Mr. and Mrs.C. selected as finalists in the ken into eight times and that
COND. 1973 Miss Florida Teenager Ga>'le's hobbies include dan- future growth. ,
FURNITURE-GIFTS W. Hardy, 42-1/2 points; of he had been unable to get HOMES ACREAGES
Third, Mr. and Mrs. Bannis- Pageant to be held at the cing, tap and ballet, water Following adjournment officer
skiing, swimming, scuba diving the old Council,two new mem- any city or county to RENTALSMrs
Lake Geneva TV Service CenterQimsur ter, 41-1/2 points; and Mr. Jacksonville Hilton Hotel,Jan. the
bers, Bill Cole and Ed lim- come out and investigate
19 20 playing the flute, bowl-
and Mrs. Mike Falkel com- 21.
Ing, and cake decorating.Lisa's mlns, and re-elected Councilman situation. He said that his Melba llgen 473.4740
Furniture ing in fourth with 40 points. The pageant Is the official wanted to
The Tuesday and Thursday state finals for the Miss! N'a-; hobbles are water Fox were sworn into insurance company clausein Col J. Chessington 473,4679

Gift & Candle Shop TV STEROCAR evening bridge clubs will be tional Teenager Pageant !In sports, basketball, sewing, office.chairman Fox and was appointed re-elected the increase his policy the deductable due to the fre- L J Robinson 4751041Poschel
AND PORTABLE playing each week at the Mel- Atlanta on Sept. I 1. and playing the flute. breakins.Cole .
EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL rose Womans Club. Contestants will be judged Both girls are sponsoredon following committees TImmins: Chair- quent praised the work that 1 Carr 473-4058
Airport:
local business firms
of
ANDRESIDENTIAL on beauty face and figure
Name Brand Furniture COMMUNITY CHURCH ..
- - - - - -
See Our Display Far AIR CONDITION ING CIRCLE MEETINGSThe
Christmas Gifts following circle meet-
SALES & SERVICE ings will be held January 15:
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva
Neoma at the home of Mrs
, 1 MI. East of Ke .tone Hg... KEYSTONE 473-4651 William Schroder, 1 p.m. -

REAL ESTATE MOBILE HOME Ruth, at the home of Mrs. PLUS TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEMSStart

Charlie Donohoe, 1 p.m. Ineers I
Richard T. lovorn Want to sell your Mobil. Martha, at the home of Mrs.

Real Home? If you have a buyer, Leon Womsley, I p.m.
Rag. Estate Broker
Mobile Home Brokers will Esther, at the home of Mrs.

LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and Emily }Hess, 9:30: a.m.
.rr Sarah's, at the home of Mrs.
( Insurance details for a brokerage
RESIDENTIAL I'! fee of 1 10% of the selling Gertrude Stevens, 9:30 a.m. The New Year Right With A
: BUSINESS ACREAGE Rebeccas, at the home of
For InformaAPPRAISALS
price. mere
Mrs. Miller Wrinkle, 8 p.m.
Lion callMOBILE The Madonnas will meet
Central Heating Or Air
Conditioning
January 10 at the Educational
Keystone Hgts. 473-3254
HOME BROKERS Building at 1 p.m.

RT. 1 BOX 350 J Please attend your Circle System
Edna Knepper; A soc. meeting as your leaders will
473.4111 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666 be looking forward to seeingyou.

Martha, Assac. PHONE 475-1751 NEW. ARRIVAL Quality Installation & Excellent Service

BEAUTY 473-3362 made Chrlstoffer his appearance Allen on Homer De- See Don Brown Or Neil Elder For And A Price Thats Right

cember 26 at 12:41: a.m. in

NeWs LEONARD'S St.sonville.Vincent's The proud Hospital parents, Jack-of Professional Assistance For Any You Can Buy It From Us & Install

Beauty Style Skof OUTIOARD SHOP this bouncing bundle of joy Of Your Air Conditioning
"for. lovelier are Mr and Mrs. Wayne Homer } Heafing, Yourself And Save Big Money.We .
of Keystone Heights.The
you" V j respective grandparents are

Phone 475-221 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Homer Will Provide Plans Supervision
Johnson Motors and Mr. and !Mrs. Ernest ,
Between :McLean. Congratulationsto
SALES & SERVICE
all! I And Warranty.
Key'to"e GLASTRON AND .

HeightsMelrase .: CHECKMATE BOATS PERSONALS
Z Congratulations go to Rox- WINNER OF G.E. MONOGRAM Service First Quality Always
Keystone Heights, flo. ana Valldejull who, last term -
made the President's List DEALER AWARD
CONTRACTOR (straight A's) at the University

Demarco And Son This also of been Florida.on the Dean's Roxana List has CALL AIR ENGINEERS TODAY FOR FREE

Space For for the past two years. Dur-
Specializing ing this term she is doing
Sale her student teaching In HOME OR BUSINESS SURVEY OF YOUR

Residential, Slabs Gainesville and has also been

Concrete Polls, Block assigned the tutoring In Eng-. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
lish to a group of South American
Work, Point h.,. children. Roxana will

Licensed And (Insured graduate next June with a de- RE UIREMENTS CALL 964-8041

FREE ESTIMATESPhone
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373-1550



10 Telegraph Jan. 11, 1973




Fox Loses $:o.'=::::::* ::=$::'::>>'Y.$::>> '* Stephen Foster Week Set For January 13 Through 20


Keystone I News Notes
(From preceding page) Opening Florida's annual members of the Santa Fe Junior lections, popular compositions "- turing Randolph Symonetto,

ij By Helen Egan Stephen Foster Memorial Music Club, High Springs and Foster songs. Friday, Jan. 19 North Flo-
that the required setback is : Week observance musicians: will present lively Dixieland After the two week-end pro- rida Junior College Depart-
Hilites/ 20 feet, and the requested from Orange Park, Starke, tunes. grams beginning 2 p.m.,there ment of Music featuring the
variance would "not be In the AARP SOCIAL CLUB stone Heights Senior Citizens and High Springs will presenta Jan. 13 Is the 109th anniver- will be six dally programsin Sentinel Singers, directed by
Interest of good city: ; plan- OF YSTONE HEIGHTSOn Club in the Lions Club, with diversified program at the sary date of the death of Stephen the Carillon Tower auditor- Edith Campbell Kaup. and
ning." Friday, Jan. 5, 19 mem- President Lester Sheets presiding Memorial on the Suwannee Collins Foster In 1864 ium at 1:30 p.m. These include stage presentation by Drama
(From preceding page) --Accepted the $22,968 high bers of the National AARP River Saturday Jan. 13, beginning so Saturday's will : Department.
bid of Allied Timber Co. of building Jan. 25, I p.m.--Fellowship program Jan. 15 Jacksonville -
met at the educational at 2 P.m. mark both National Stephen Monday Saturday, Jan. 20 Judson
Jacksonville for timber to be Community Churchat Club Fun-Game Day In the Park University Department
of the ; Clay County's Orange Foster Memorial Day and the B. Walker Junior I-ItghSchool.
gree In Elementary Education cut at the Keystone Airport, 1:30. This is a social groupof Lions Club. Elementary School Chorus, beginning of Florida's annual of Music students. Orlando musical program
granting a maximum time of older Americans who havea Jan. 18AARP Community made up of 85 boys and girlsin Foster Memorial Week obser- Tuesday Jan. 16 Lilly featuring 88-member chorus,
C. W. Kurbln is presently one year to complete the Job, common interest In getting Chapter 1118 will hold its the fifth and sixth grades, vance. Demas, operatic soprano soloist directed by E. Tyrell Owen,
hospitalized In the Bradford with an extension of three acquainted with other, as well monthly covered dish lunch- will sing patriotic numbersand and Michael Cohen, accompanist -
band directed
and the 75-plece: -
County; Hospital In Starke after becauseof eon at the Episcopal Parish The Lakeland String and
months If necessary as to gain Information on matters Foster melodies; W.B. both of Lake city. Kenneth Potter.
suffering a stroke New wet weather. of mutual interest, suchas house In Melrose. Programand McKInney, Starke violinist, Voice Ensemble, composed of Wednesday, Jan. 17 -Rollins by
Year's Day. We wish him a --Reappointed present business session starting four outstanding musicians: of Music
welfare, social security will play several Foster com- College Department The public is Invited to all
speedy recovery and hope he'll members of the Zoning Board medicare, and economics in at 11:30: a.m. President, positions with piano accomp- from Polk County, will be students, with Sherry Oliver, these afternoon concerts in the
be home soon. With the addition of Miller general. E. F. Simmons.Jan. animent by Mrs. Mona featured at 2 p.m. Sunday soprano soloist; Gary Fountain Foster Carillon auditoriumand
Miss Linda Lee Anthony, Wrinkle to replace John Greetings were extended to 25, 1 p.m.Fellow- Canova, Starke; and the Ba- (Jan. 14) in the second pro- pianist; and Sherwood there is no charge other
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bird, deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Brad- ship Club Fun-Game Day in sin Street Eight Dbdeland gram of the eight-day Hawkins oboist. than the regular gate fee for
Bud Anthony, has returned to --Gave Starnes Homemakers Club will meet schedule. The program will
Mayor per- ley of Breezy Point who joined made of student Thursday Jan. 18 Florida entry into the park.
Boston University after mission to advertise for bidson both the National AARP and for Installation of the new Band, up include musical comedy se- State University faculty fea
spending the holidays with her a new police car. the Melrose chapter; Mrs. president, Mrs. Elaine Ashe-
family in Keystone. She Is --Heard Councilman Liv- Mable J. Cook, also of Breezy ley and other officers.
working on her Master's In ingston request that anyone Point, attended for the first
Special Education and will return knowing of street signs needIng PERSONALS
became
time, although she a
to the School for the Blind replacing, or ..new signs member of the National AARP Mr. and Mrs. Walter Air Engineers Now Handles
in St. Augustine next fall. erected, notify the city clerk. about six months ago. Charles Greaves of Hlghridge Estates
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry John- --Set Monday Jan. 17, at Koch of High ridge Estates a traveled by Amtrak to their
sen and their children have 7:30: as the time for a spe- fairly new resident of the former home in the Chicagoand
returned home after a fast cial meeting to set up committees Keystone area, recently joined Evanston, Ill. areas for Admiral Appliances.See .
trip to Chicago where they to work on the town's the National and also Melrose the Christmas holidays. Am-
spent Christmas with Jerry'smother major projects for the new Chapter, and also paid dues trak still has its problems,
Mrs. EvelynJohnsen, year: annexation and preli- for his wife who is confinedat as do the airlines but It
and his family. While there, minary work on the sewer
home recovering from a is a great convenience to take
the kids enjoyed toboggonlng project. hip fracture. Mr. Bradley has your car along when you travel -
In the snow and a trip to the Don Brown Or Neil Elder
Museum. still some time to use crut- by train, they say.
Chicago Motel ches, as he had a leg frac- Robert Aston and his slater -
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Gard- Keystone ture and bad sprain. Mrs. Mae Pater of Nel- For Unbelievable Prices On Admiral Products.
Eddie have
and returned
ner son
Kansas Will Reopen Mrs. Ethel Henschel was son's Point, enjoyed enter-
after to
traveling -
over the holidays to spend With New OwnersWayne hostess refreshment for the time social and was and taining friends several during the relatives Christmas and Air Engineers Inc. And Admiral Appliance

Christmas with Mrs. Gard- assisted by her husband El- holidays.
ner's mother, Mrs.Edith Hub- and Dorothy Williamson mer. Mrs. Leah Geer assisted -
bard, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rea- formerly of Inverness, Blrt Aston and Mrs. EganIn /Is A Combination
and Winning
soner, and other friends will open the Keystone Motelon setting up the hall, a necessary Whole departments In the
relatives. Highway 100 Monday.Mr. arrangement each
Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Brian's stores are devoted to Grooming
grandson, 22 month old Williamson is a ma- meeting Mrs. Ullle time. Roberts had Necessities for Men. "DRIVE A VILE AND SAVE 1 Mi South On

from Shane, the has Bradford returned County home; sonry the contractor motel was and observedthat for sale made plans attend, but came About all it used to take was Next To Longchamp Homes .

Hospital after an accident on while on a hunting trip to down with a virus attack at a roller towel.
last moment. She was
the
North Florida. He was so
New Year's Day which resulted -
much better the next day as
In pneunonla. Glad to Impressed with the Keystonearea -
that he purchased the two of her sons and family
have you home and feeling
motel on his first trip. were visiting that week.
better, Shane. The Williamson have completely Congratulations will be In FOOD ;
remodeled the motel order by the next meeting EvcryDayLowPricc: EveryDayLowPrice: ]
Patch
Strawberry (formerly the Cozy Pillow), as Archie Graham flew to
Atlanta on the 5th to take marriage -
doing extensive painting, car-
Clearance Sale
vows on the 14th. He
peting, refurnishing.They
will have nine units to rent. and his bride will return to POT Pantry FAIR
Mr. and Mrs. Al J. Quag- Mr. Williamson plans to Park of the Palms soon.
REGULAR GRIND
lianao and daughter Gayle, contracting This group meets once a
and Miss Sherree Harper of move business his masonry to Kestone In the month as a social club only Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK Jacksonville ushered in the future. and there are no dues as ROAST SUPERMARKETS
New Year at Disney World, near The Williamsons have five those attending are all members -
COFFEELB
staying in the modern Con- of the Melrose chapter. STARKE'S
daughters attending Keystone BONE IN.2 TO 3 LB PKG.
temporary Hotel. The Quagll- Charlotte, Several members volunteeredto 320 S. WALNUT ST.
School. They are
anos and Sherree recommendthe Diana, Laura, Mlcke, and Hea- serve as a telephone squad "mnlrprrlmr
holiday season to visit for the purpose of notifying .....,..
ther. low retool 0000 I Dent
Disney World In all Its holiday members of both meetingsthe -- C e ween iONy iuY oooo THRU
splendor, and they planto social group on the first --88 59 VftO.'OHU JAN MFftftNVtD I..1 QUANTITYLB

repeat this trip again next Tax Assessor'sRepresentative Friday of each month in Keystone BAG Fe ait flentil/ accent,/
New Year's Eve.
and the Melrose Chapter U.S.OA. FOOD STAMP
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. on the third Thursday
Greaves of High Ridge Es- At KH, Feb. 1, 2, 3 of each month at 11:30 a.m. COUPONSCHUCK'

tates have returned home aftera In the Melrose Episcopal
trip, by Amtrak to Chi A representative of the TaxAssessor's Church. CENTER i CHUCK inn an i II SWEET & MELLOW
cago to visit their daughter office Green Cove Another committee will arrange lOW fmcin
Lila Greaves and their son Springs, will be at the City for some type of entertainment CUT I Golden Ripe
and his family, Robert Hall In Keystone Heights on at each meetingof I\
Greaves. Mr. Greaves stat- Feb. 1, 2, 3 for the purposeof the social club.A I
ed It was wonderful to see receiving homestead applications report was given on the ROAST. STEAK J BANANAS
their children but there was and renewals, and first four-county (Clay Bradford .I
no place like Keystone Heightsand senior citizen certificationsfor Alachua, and Putnam) .II nrsrsi
they were glad to be back an extra $5,000 home- committee meeting of the Mel- __ !'

In the South. stead tax exemption; also to rose Chapter In regard to an .. .. c I .,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond answer any other questions endeavor to secure from each ........ 68 tiilblt79." ( jA1O (
Starnes have returned from
pertaining to tax matters. of these counties a portionof I.J. CHOICEEveryDayLowPrke LB V '-'
spending Christmas with their The hours on Feb. 1 and 2 Federal Revenue Sharing ;! ,. -::.. LB
son, Milton, and his family will be from 9 a.m. to 4:30 monies In order to build a _
Jeanne and Amber, In Mor- p.m., and on Feb. 3 from 9 Community Center in Mel-
ristown, N. J. They also tra- a.m. to 12 noon. rose. The land is already a- __ m EveryDayLowPrke B EveryPayLowPrkc J EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLbwPrkc
veled by Amtrak. The changein vallable. Clay County is represented Fla. Grade A
Sliced Quarter Ml* AUU SHOUIMII
*
*
the weather didn't do Lucille by Donald McRaeof LAMB

any good though. She One measure of the passing Lake Geneva; Frank Mer- PORK LOIN FRESHFRYERS LAMBROAST
returned with a bad cold and CHOPSMtW
rick of Postmaster's Village
is when the Christmas
larangttus. Hope you will be years and Mrs. Francis P. Egan of CHOPS ZIAIANOU CK FMOZINHOUL
feeling better soon. present you like best is a pill
Keystone Heights.A 2 to 3 I Whole- ,
Marty; Brill our GainesvilleSun box. discussion was held at Pk9 a 33c a *2 TO 3 LBFACKAMi
distributor, has returned the Social Club meeting on e 2 Per Bog
from Talagua, Okla. wherehe Jan. 5 and the conclusion was
Jacksonville for days
attended a National Re- Tins PILLSBURY I I
unanimous that the proposed
treat of the Ananda Marga along with the two center should be built In STOKELY n IRmr

Yoga Society December 27 sons Just Tim a little and John.tid-bit for you Melrose due to Its central location PANCAKE ; r0WPA1 ;\ PUNCHMIX'
This
through Jan. 2. society;
in the four counties.
golfing! fans: Two Eagles were
practices Tantra Yoga which shot at the Keystone Golf Each county committee will CORN I I LAUNDRY
Incorporates diet, and the Course last week by Hal A- have progress report for the !
mental and physical way of dams and Gordon Bullock. next local and chapter meet-
DETERGENT
Ings. Such a center Is greatly WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE
life. Congratulations, fellows! EXTRA LIGHT-FLOUR I
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Living- needed as the distancesto
ston have returned from Strawberry Patch Green Cove Starke, Palat-

son spending Alex Christmas, daughter-in-law with their, Clearance Sale ka many, and older Gainesville people In hinder tryingto 2 LBBOX 39: I 17oz 6/I' j 84oz tfi, [ 99CBOX

Susie and granddaughter, A- attend meetings. ISWfI//!
lexis In Fort Lauderdale. Sympathy Is extended to the CANS 1 BOX

Congratulations to Marvin family of Mrs. E. McGreevyof COMMUNITY CHURCH I
Wicker on being promoted to Quakertown, Pa.on her pas- The Board of Trustees has
Associate Vice President of sing away this past weekend.She received the resignation of Every U.S. NO. 1 I '
Reynolds Smith & Hill Engineering is the sister of Mrs. Myron C. Prevatt,Sr.,who has _
firm. Marvin is Frank Price: of Keystone served for the past 17 yearsas L WHITEPOTATOES
the son-in-law of the Don Heights. a member of the Keystone .
Pangborns and is married to Mrs. Alice Perkins of Royal Heights Cemetery advisory j
the former Donna Pangborn.He Oak, Mich spent the board. The trustees had originally ORANGES .
has been employed by this Christmas holidays with her asked Mr. Prevatt to 10 Ib.
firm for the past seven or parents, the Rev. and Mrs. form a corporation for the a
eight years and lives in Jack- M.J. Scripture of Lake Brooklyn purpose of taking title to and Loose _
sonville with his wife and one While she was here they maintaining the cemetery,
daughter, Karen.Strawberry enjoyed a day Disney World. which was chartered on April McCORMICKDINNER I PICCADILLY r rrrrrpdr i
The Rev. and Mrs. Ross 12, 1956. The resignation was CIRCLES Ul" y 1 CALO lrrRIc"
Patch Gunther and their five child- accepted with regret, and Mr. \ !!
ren were home on furlough as Prevatt's son Myron Jr.,
Clearance Sale Missionaries in Viet Nam to has accepted the position and PIZZA Cat
spend Christmas with their responsibility.The I Food
Mr. and Mrs. Don Morganhad parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy annual Congregational MIX ,:Tk :, | H'M'E CHICKEN & CHEESE
a pleasant surprise last Overmayer of Lake Brooklyn. Meeting will be held Sunday
week. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall While here Mr. Gunther spokeat Jan. 21, at 11 a.m. All departments I AND BEEF I
Rankin and their three chil- the Teen Camp on Lake of the church will CnCCIATORE 1 117.5oz
dren stopped by for the dayon Swan. submit their annual reportsin 3/$1 3/29c
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their way home to New Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sheets writing, and the annual I FROZEN /
Hampton, N. Y. after a tripto have returned home from election of officers for the !
Boca Raton. Mrs. Rankin visiting friends In New church boards will take place. 10oz I IF000

Is a long time friend and Brighton, Pa. The annual treasurer's report -
classmate of Sharon's and they The Rev. and Mrs. Frank and budget will be pre- EvcryOaytowPrkSTOKELY EveryDayLowPriccBANQUIT EveryDayLowPrice BonusBuy
spent the day,reminiscing: a- Smith of Mlnneola spent sented for action. BonusBuy
bout the good old days. several days with Mrs. The weekly Bible Study group ECONOMY Mighty HighPIES ANGEL 1 UTTO
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Ray and Julie Crabtree Smith's parents the Rev. and continues to meet with Pastor WHOLE GREENBEANS DINNERS3l F;A FOOD L4AV19BUTTERLOAF
picked up stakes and movedto Mrs. M.J. Scripture. McCord as Instructor every
Jacksonville last weekend. Calvin Gates of Sprlngboro, Tuesday morning from 9:30 to BAR CAKE
They hated to leave Keystone, Pa. is visiting his sister and 10:30.
but due to Ray's work In Jacksonville brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. qLJ
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they felt It was a Don Lawrence of Lake Brook ANNOUNCEMENTSNow I 2/79 389Page

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must. Sure will miss my Ut- lyn.Mr. that Clay Electric has
tie sister". and Mrs. Jim Wharton a new calendar for each family j
Col. and Mrs. Ed Timmins Mri. Lois Walker, Kathy be sure to get yours as
had a houseful of guests for Laurie and Tom McLaughlin pay your bill, and check IMryo.yLPrke. Iweryo.yLPrlce lveryo.yLowPrlce rveryD.yLowPrke [ttryayLowRks [wtryaylowRip [..tryDtrlowtadctCa"Mlll j
the Christmas vacation. Col. went to Jacksonville Sundayto tie following dates: '''>lu'' LLSOW' 011" I.WaS CUCAKL Pan"y 1
and Mrs. Thomas Lang from check on Julie and Ray Jan. 9 and 23Senior Cit MACARONI FRENCH MICRIN BOTTLEVid. Banquet French Stick ;
McCoy AFB and Lt. and Mrs. Crabtree and their progressIn izens Club meets in Starket MIXES OR LONG ANTIIlnlC 0..00 Fruit Pis BREAD !
Rick Brandt of San Antonio .. "": : :; ::; SPAGHETTI FRIES MOUTHWASH. ..
moving. We then all drove 9 p.m., with President Joe :. : ASPIRIN Fro..n 20 aa. .0.. .j
Texas were among those visiting. out Jacksonville Beach were Kerrigan presiding. r3s1 .'
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John Reeves, reknown we enjoyed dinner at the Sea Jan. 11, 1:30: p.m.Cov .? :0:1031: 99cONLI' 19c 3 for $1.00 IS 29C j

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McGriff Asks Rotary To Back] FCA ProgramOfficers

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of Bradford High men and boys attending the urer; Greg Reddish, repre- votlonal chairman. They were
School's Fellowship of camps leaves a lasting Influ- senting Donny Neal, secre- accompanied by Coach Mike
Christian Athletes were ence on them throughout life. tary; and Eddie Blalock da- Sexton sponsor of the group.

i a lfrYom. guests of the Starke Rotary Attending the meeting with .
Club last week when Perry McGriff was Ken Hatfield,
FOR THE ANSWERS McGriff, Jr., former Gainesville head defensive backfield coachof

Mr. Rodney Hall, Chairman MayorCommissionerand the Florida Gators, and a
T the Citizens of Brad- Bradford County Board of one-time All American former All American He is

tore,County: Public Instruction college baseball player described also active in the FCA and

what Is happening to our Starke, Florida 32091 1 (ho program of this stressed its Importance In
national organization.
scHool system? the athletic program.

does Superintendent Dear Mr. Hall: ,} McGriff selected
Why our i "S McGriff asked the supportof was by
of Public Instruction AL- I it the Florida Jaycees as one of .
In the Interest of the peo- I' t\ 'j / Rotarians: In helping more i i .e.
WAYS want to run things at Bradford County I local youths attend the FCA the five Outstanding: Young
Bradford High School rather ple of : Summer Conference Camps Men In Florida for 1972.
request that all 1 ( -I/
than let the principal act in future respectfully meetings of the Brad- ;1 i which are held In all partsof Officers of the BIIS Fellow- .
that capacity? the country and attract ship attending the meetingwere
Why does the majority of the ford County in the School evening Board hours.beheld Perry McGriff, Jr. (left) congratulate Randy hundreds of the nation's top : Randy Gasklns presi- Strvl ((904)I ) 964-5771

School Board members AL- My reason for making this Gaskins, president of BHS Fellowship of Christ, athletes In all sports. lIe said dent; Billy lighamvice president -

WAYS tendent vote recommends like the superin-? Will request is that interested citizens ion Athletes, at Rotary Club meeting. the Inspiration gained by the ; Jimmy Cauley, treas-

would like to attend the
we never have a board that
meetings and they are unableto
will make recommendations
do so when the Board meets
to the superintendent? County Agent
working .
the ,
during average
How could three board mem-


bers superintendent recommendation so hastily last"gobble made Friday by up"a the matter hours.Your will consideration be greatly in appre-this NewsBy When Compare


that Mr. Charles Francis be ciated. Sincerely, you
from his
transferred positionas Bobby L Taylor
principal at Bradford High Pat Spengler

School to a lesser position at

county level? Dear Editor: It was good to start this week DOLLAR STORES
We
From what great depths did It is time Americans do with a new County Extension gain I a Customer I Io !
the board find the AUDACITYto some thinking and acting as Home Economics Agent. We

make the recommendation Mr. Nixon goes about his policies are happy to have Miss Kath- .
effective the following Mon- of friendship and treaty leen Brown with us to continueour

day1/ making with the Communist program In Home Econo-
Why didn't Just ONE of the countries and carrying out his mics and Youth. When we con-

five board members have the plans for a "New World Or- sider that every person and
intestinal fortitude to suggest der." household in our County is a
that, the recommendation be In 1945 Delegates from coun- potential audience for these
tabled for further consideration" tries all over the world were programs, we realize the

? preparing to participate In a challenge and opportunity to be
How could THREE inconsi- conference at San Francisco[ of a real service to our people.
derate, thoughtless board which was to mark the crea- o "

members make such a hasty tion of something called the Miss Brown is highly quail-

and radical decision on a mat United Nations. Earl Brow- fled to do this job for us. She
ter so seriously affecting the der past leader of the United has her Bachelor of Science

flawless career and promising States Communist party stat- and Masters Degrees from NO-IRON
future of a man so gen- ed "The American commu- ;
: Central Michigan University; POLYESTER
uinely devoted to serving nists worked energetically and and graduated with honors. MUSLIN

young people? tirelessly to lay the foundations She has teaching experienceas ? SHETS
Ask your school board mem- for the United Nations, a graduate assistant and 'i

bers for the answers. which we were sure would has an excellent backgroundin
It's YOUR tax dollars that come Into existence." The clothing, housing foods and jX: 4&1COTTON
pay them to make speedy asinine Communists stated that since other areas of Home Econo-

decisions. Russia would be one of the dominant mics. She will be developing -
It's YOUR tax dollars pay- voices in the U.N., programs for our folks COMPARE AT 4.69
ing them to vote like the sup- it could be used to prevent '
in all these areas with spe- FOAM FILLED /
erintendent rather than
says other countries from
acting
and
cial emphasis on housing
think for themselves.ASK '" .:;: .
against Com- PILLOWS
independently Improving home conditions / ,
YOUR BOARD MEM-
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munism. This explains why
BERS for the answers. Victory was not our goal in Miss Brown will also assistin COMP AT 1.98 .... ,.-r: :' '
Ask them to take time to Korea and is not our goal in expanding our 4-11 program $1 \ ...'/ ....'
probe beneath this facade for Plump, moth proof "' r
The Communists
S. Vietnam. as we Initiate our special Interest ,.
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the REAL REASONS! behind support an organization only if series in all areas of nonallergemc.MATTRESS, ";.; \.. ... &/ ..1" /1- .

the superintendent's recom- it advances the cause of Com- the County.; Our goal is to \7-'i: '1'.. '' --..... .,- I .... ."",,- '.-,
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mendation.Ask munism. have 500 4-H members enrolled \'i: .. \ -' IjIfi ,It. .-" .. '"
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them to carefully and Everyone knows that the Soviets and active in our pro- OO\} _.
prayerfully consider rescind- have always been among gram this spring. \ o \. .t\ Af' :J;
ing the recommendation madeat the advocatesof .J""V. I '
most outspoken \ -- \ .b
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the board meeting last Fri Unfortunately "" (
day. disarmament. There is always publicity C\-V, / t .

In Charles Francis our stu- taken coo this many at Americans face value have and when consumer prices for beef I, if f A ,:: /". ,J I Ir

dents have a RESPECTED assumed that the motive behind and other food products / _' ; ,; t t. V
DEDICATED Increase and immediately \ () / _
principal, educator _
this was an honest desire I I \ .. ;..--
seems to criticize -
everyone lt-
disciplinarian, and fri- -
the horrors to spare of mankind But from what the producer. Not! much ls said : \ \. : !1 -:;:::::;--:::: J )I
end.Are war. ..
we going to let three about the increase In feed fLi\1 '"
the horrors of warVhy, ::
are prices or other productioncosts. COVER ': OR : .. 8 ,
board, members and a sup- death and destruction, of FItTE:\ -w. "
I'm that it is not a "' -.",.
erintendent (all of whom we sure -
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course. Yet, the Commu- ,, I4 ..1.. .11.. 50%> cotton, 504 pplyester, no iron muslin
elected: ) substitute our students' common knowledge or not ._ .
nists have perpetrated more -. + ..: -' ,... : !in prints and solids. Large assortment
principal for a political common interest that the national COMP'19884' r tru' ...
death and destruction behind H
figurehead'ASK Index of prices paid by ),. y av ,,a> -' !includes first quality! and some slight
the iron and bamboo curtains t.
LOUR BOARD MEMBERS than most of the wars of his- farmers for feed advanced If..r-.a. Z .. .. 1 ,"t:' '" irregulars. Terrific White Sale special!

tory combined. The millions 12 per cent during the month \; -? ,.' II \ TWIN SHEETS
Sincerely, of December. The Index was -
who have been executed did
A Concerned Parent 24 per cent above December, 4i : $177
FITTED
not die in combat, but In 1971. r ,1J OR FLAT

concentration camps. The : NO.IRONMUSLIN
Dear'Editor: slaughter continues to this "''\ : J ,.--
::
The stink permeatingthe What January is an ideal time to :\ :' PKG. $
sewer day. a beautiful strate- : .. t ,:. PILLOW CASES 1
oil for
section of Starke apply sprays scale j .
southwest gy this has been. Appealing to UII 'I'"
from time to time can in no the natural desire in all of control on dormant plants suchas I if: ;\ .? .: .. NO RON I MUSLIN OF 2 Ii I
way compare to the smellsnow us for peace, the Commun- peach, pear plum. Follow ( : ::
the directions on the labelof \ I :; t. DOUBLE SIZE \
covering Bradford ountyas ists have been able to enlist \\\ /7. "l. $277
the oil ,
plan to
a result of the arbitrary literally thousands of well spray you PERCALESHEETS
action die School Superin- Americans use. WINDOW : H"J
by meaning Into campaigning ,
tendent and certain members for disarmament and JUMBO BATH TOWELS C f. _. 1 TWIN SIZE PERCALE SHEETS $2.33 (

of the Board of Public Instruction other Communist objectives. If you plan to have a spring SHADES Assorted thirsty velours prints, solids 88 f
concerning Charles Fran- More and more our leaders vegetable garden begin plan- COMPM.98 jacquards. VALUES TO 2.49 CHENILLE BEDSPREADS 33
cis.Americans are surrendering our sovereignty ning now. The three most Important C I
expect fair play to the t'nited.Nations.; points to rememberare 36 Easy in.clean X 6 ft, 77 HAND TOWELS 44 EACH Cotton soft chenille! Lint free durable $3

-Tom Box : .beauty for bed! Decorator colors.'
your
739 S.WestmorelandA The next time you hear 1)) select a sunny location, vinyl'. CANNON WASHCLOTHS PKG. OF 9 FOR $1

someone speak lightly about 2)) prepare the soil at least

LOSING BATTLE the States sovereignty or its national of The Independent United- 2 planting weeks and in advance of '' !I'I'I' t MkR; t ROOM SIZE RUGS

remember that this
3) varieties
plant vegetable ,.
was the one single accom- which recommended for NOiNs .,-. ,
are tN Yl1
Dear Editor: ; COMP
plishment of the American Florida. It won't be long K.i a R .
Revolution. Our present involvement -
During the last few years United' Nations until garden centers have
in the -
I have become aware, as 1 spring vegetable plants In
has put us right back 8 8
sure the public has, of the where the shooting began in stock.
growing concern of the peo- 1775. Those brave men, by
ple with ecologj. On nights when frost Is pre-
The Declaration of
signing 1 dicted, cold sensitive plants FOAM BACK 2 PC. BATH EL
Independence, knowinglyrisked 'k
But I have noticed that few be protected by covering -
people, though praising highly their very lives by may them with plastic. A SHORTY DRAPES \: :, MAT SET

the ecology-minded person declaring The United Statesto light bulb oe used as a 2 For 11 1 I Indoor.outdoor or
be an Independent nation. may COMP AT 13.98 .PLASTIC TABLECLOTH, 54" X 72", nylo
will take the tune to
place heat source under plastic on
their disposables In a waste- Can It be that modern Americans to- extremely cold nights. Your Irreg of fa- $2 .PATCH RUGIRONING 2 For r1 1 Asst. solids or tweeds.
can. are not equal:
In the last few weeks, on their ancestors? Are we not questions protection In concerning your area cold of mousbrand. BOARD PAD & COVER 2 For 11 SET RUG RUNNERS 9Q 1

Hoad 23U alone, I have seen willing, if necessary to make the city can be easily answ-
sacrifices in the cause of
several garbage wttn
bv:
ered by your neighborhood
freedom'? Is t' more impor-
their
the road contents fhis stre.vn is out across tant to enjoy the temporary garden center or nursery. '\
one These people know the air ,
comforts of the "good life", on
road. ,
drainage and frost danger In
If all pejp'e' to the security of a non-contro J
were act versial social status, than to your area. ;;... % V
In each M trrenunslb'e' nwj-: o f. !
on to our children the 1' %
pass
nar, the town w":ild bee.nip %
cherished liberty we ourselves .
a city J
: imp. ... ... .
As a soid .it of tit? loen inherited? My I friends 6 Students Get ro.v \. .
high: school, I have cons a- you must come to a decis- ..
CT034 or,ly such sights as ion as to your own replyto SJRJC DegreesMary

trash! scattered across the these questions. Each man ADHESIVE BISSEL CARPET
and woman will soon be called
glass bottles brokenajiJ
ca.Tt.iMS. : Ann Graudon of Starkeis
:! lying In the street, or, upon for his answer. The rapidity among 58 students graduated SHELF PAPER SWEEPER
worse, on school! grounds of world events will
from St. Johns River Junior -
where students and teachers, no longer permit us to remain College at the end of Term I $150 / COMP'7.98Sweeps

alike cold seriously inure aloof and unaffected by them. 1 I. according to C.L. Overturf, OMP2 any v
Uiemielves. Disinterest will no longer pur- dean of student affairs. ROLLSI \ surface you
The administration Is doing chase a ticket for escape. Among the 58 graduating i can walk on
its best to correct this prob- Tyranny demands unqualified 52 received an associate of \ -

lem but they arc fighting a allegiance: We are either for arts degree and six an asso- i
!losing battle.Fortunately. it or against It. There Is ciate of science degree. ,:
; there are people no middle ground. This is a DwIght R. Arnold Jr., DETl EAG Nt 64dto

who will tike the time battle of good against evil. Christine Marie I lead, and PRACTICAL PLASTICS PLASTIC PARADE _
to dispose of their waste pro- I ask each one of you to check John William Warren, all of ciiein
perly. Of these! people I ask into the patriotic anti Com- Keystone, also graduated. f'
only one thing If you see munist organization you know Connie Glenn !Morris and ASSORTMENTCOMPARE OF HOUSEWARES r
l someone who is deliberately of so that you may join with Olga Gilman Westmoreland, M
dumping bags of trash or garbage them In their efforts to svae each of Melrose were the TO 98 EA. COMPARE TO 39 -

on the road please write our God given freedoms.Judge graduates. Soap Tray, Pint Container, Silverware
their tag numbers down and the organization by the aplr- FACIAL Dishpan. Caddy, Quart Container, Coffee Cup. UN-POLLUTER

turn it In to the police. Itual qualities of its mem- t w TISSUES : Pails Bowl,Tumbler, Nylon Tools, Nap DETERGENT
There IS a fine for litter- bers for It is only with God's Silverware Organizer I I kin Holder, Measuring Spoon, by Gold l SealCOMPT079JI
ing! help that we can defeat the COMP AT 29' Colander
One danger of genealogy it Divided Plate, Measuring Cup, Dust
Give a little of yourself and Communist Conspiracy, and that ancestors turnout 200 Count Laundry Basket Pan, Bread Basket, Snack Tray,
your may ,
your time for a better com- we will have God's help If 19 c Covered Cake DISh Butter
: DishKetchup Dispenser,Mus-
49
to hove been to respectable very soft 02. Bio-
munity. REMEMBER: : be worthy. -
we
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Grater and Bowl lard Dispenser, Spoon Drip Plate, 4c1
You have to live here. Paul I. Mengitampton / noboily: will want to hear 2 PLY EA. Silverware. Tnvit Hot Plate degradable: "

Jan Graudon Fla. about them( ,


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Stephen FosterAmong

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ter musicians Florida's Memorial annual who Week will Stephen perform programs Fos-on r I,,1.1 f;' ,- mI tl1.f: ; .li'' }: {t t I', fJIJ.;, ;\. :".!1.1 11'9"'r;-!! .. ,.10'.

during the period from Jan. "fst nine. ,aer learn k .6sn N.r.. .left M rW
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Starke violinist, Thelma A.Boltin ; << >; ''''' ;''i1< 'i'i\\ IK ; ;'iMiiK r'j; m* 1 lf! iilllll1it\IJli\ llllli1n .,

special events direc- e I reb
tor at the Stephen Foster 'I{
Memorial on the Suwannee FIRST UNITED METHODIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST KINGSLEYLAKE BAYLESS HIGHWAY Services Held Southern Baptist 'I
STARKE CHRUCH BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH ,
River announced. III
Accompanied by Mrs. Mona Intersection of Highways 16 Sunday School ajn.Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Kenoeth For Gus Wynn MissionariesAt 1arl

Canova, Starke pianist, Mc- Sunday-Sunday School 9:45: North) and 225. ing Worship at 11. Training Eltxson director. Morning First Baptist Jwb
Kinney will play six Foster Morning Worship at 11; Youth Sunday School 9:45: ; Morn- Union, 6:30 P.m.; Evening Worship at 11. Church Gus Wynn. 84, of Starke ?
compositions on the National Choir Rehearsal, 5j; UMYF ing Service at 11. Evening Worship,' 7:30 Prayer Meeting Training 6 p.m. Gerald Nor- died Sunday Bradford Coun- On Wednesday evening Jan, i 11

Stephen Foster Day program snack supper, 6; UMYF meetings Service 7:30. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.Rev. man director. Evening Wor- ty Hospital after a short illness 17, at 6:30 the First Bep.f1'
here Saturday.The and recreation, 6:30. Service 7:30 p.m. -- S.C. Cuthbert, interim ship, 7 p.m. MId-Week Prayer A retired barber he tist Church of Starke will have w
opening program of the Monday AdministrativeBoard -Rev. James T. Parrish pastor.BROOKERBA. and Bible Study 7 pjn. was a native and life-long res- the privilege of hearing Mr.'livf'I
series set for 2 p.m. In the meeting In Fellowship J.D. Robinson, pastor. ident of Bradford County; anda and Mrs. Clint Klmbrough1( *
Foster Carillon Tower audiAsk Hall 7:30: p.m. NEW RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH member of the, Christian during the Prayer M.OUIKal'
Wednesday-Mid-We Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- BROOKER FLA. Church. Hour. Mr. and Mrs. KIm"IOObrougb :
Prayer Croup, Chancel Choir Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Rev. Jim Temple pastor. HAMPTON BAPTIST Surviving are his wife Bessie have served since April ,-:'"' c

Rehearsal. 7:30: p.m' Choir Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday School 10 a.m. Ron CHURCH Abernathy Wynn of Starke; 1967 as Southern BapIuetlst
FridayChildren a ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night Bristol Superintendent. Sunday School 10 a.m.; one daughter Mrs. Thelma missionaries to South ts"'
Rehearsal 3:30: p.m. service 7:30 Union 6:45. Lowell Morning Service 11 nm.Bible;
: p.m. Everyone Training Brouthton, Graham four Brazil where Mr. Kim--11
v --Rev. George L. Harper welcome. Douglas, Director. Worship Study 6:30 p.m.; Evening Ser- stepchildren, T. A. and R. M. brough is director of the Department ag

Pastor. -Jim Countryman pastor Services 11 a.m., 7:30. Mid- vice 7:30 p.m.Wednesday asoin, bOUt of Orange fark of Music of the Klo"IJ<
torlum will also feature patriotic week Prayer Service 7:30. Prayer and Julian Wasdln, Orlando and de Janeiro State Baptist Con-Jf0
numbers by Clay Coun- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Lavern Outlaw music direc Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Mary Ellen Andrews -' vention, and served as pro- *
ty's 85-volce Orange Park STARKE Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn tor. -Melvin Hamel Pastor. Gainesville; eight grandchildren fessor in the school of mlle

Elementary School chorus, ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening and 15 great-grandchil sic of the South Brazil Bap-11l
CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS
directed by Mrs. E.B. Mont- Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer dren. fist Theological Seminary
PRESBYTERIANCHRUCHSTARKE
gomery, Jr., and selections by Sunday- Sunday School, 9:45 Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. FIRST CHURCH Funeral services were held Institute of Religious Education -ifh
the Basle Street Eight, a a.m.; Morning Worship at 11 -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. Sunday--Church School Sunday School 9:45 11 ajn. at 2 p.m. Tuesday In Jones both In Rio. HU wife
Dixieland band representing o'clock; sermon: "At The Worship at 11. Morning Worship a.m. Memorial Chapel with J. C. Dolores, In addition to her'l11duties
CharleyE. the Santa Fe Junior Music Lord's Table"; Bell Ringers LAWTEYCONGREGATIONALHOLINESS Nursery 9:45.; Morning provided.WednesdayYouth. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Brown minister of the First as a wife and mother*""

Club of High Springs. Group 5 p.m.; Church TrainIng CHURCH Fellowship Thursday 7:30 night Prayer Christian Church of Starke was soloist and Clint was organist *
Miss Boltln said the publicIs Sunday School 9:45 Meeting p.m. officiati Interment in '
6:15: ; Evening Worship, a.m.; was
7:30 for the first ,
Pastor.GREATER
presentation
: p.m.ThursdayChoir -David Hodges .
invited to the 11 tott
series Morning Worship the with De-
of. 7:30; sermon "When Jesus a.m. Rehearsal Wynn Cemetery of Handel's "Messiah.;'H
JohnsAbout afternoon programs presenting Was Come Down From The Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening 7:30 p.m.Erik. BETHLEHEMFREE Witt C. Jones Funeral Homein translated Into Portuguese.. ,
outstanding singers and Mountain." Worship 7 charge.
p.m.
Minister This
-- T. Johnson, WILL BAPTIST performance was done,
Instrumentalists from more MondayYouth Ensemble Tuesday Prayer Meeting In Sao Paulo with m
CHURCH Brazil & ;
than 10 communities In North 7:30 ,? ,
Youth Choir : p.m.
Practice 6:30 2 00-voice choir and 32 .
Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sun- piece
and Central C.R. ,,:j
This Question"A Florida. All pro- Practice 7 p.m. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor DeedingCharles orchestra last February -
School Morning 26V
9:30
grams will begin at 1:30: p.m. TuesdayYoung Musicians CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day :]}
Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrougn.
careless act can cause Worship 11 ; League 4 pjn.
except for the first two Jan. Music Makers Choir, 3:30: Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn-
and their three children arenlu
lose his Night Service 6 p.m.-Rev. Ralph Heeding 61, ,
another person to 13 and 14. There Is no admis- G. A. Bell Choir
Practice. Ing Worship 11.Training Union
sight..his masculinity..andresult sion charge other that the ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Jasper Williams, pastor. of Starke died upon arrivalat spending a year of furlough in,0
regular -
6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.
the states and
Bradford County Hospital they are residing -"
in a law suit for gate fee for entry to the 4:15.Wednesday Family Night CHURCH. STARKE -Rev. Jim Black pastor. In Tallahassee
following a sudden Illness on Mr.'X'Y1
243-acre Foster Father James Cregan pas HEILBRONN BAPTIST )
Park.
$100.000 or more. The Supper; Prayer Meeting,6:30: December 23. Born In Win- Kimbrough resided in Stark
,
tor. HIGHWAY t
The mid-January period is Church Choir Practice CHURCH 16 N.
&V.m.
usual $10,000 liability ston-Salem N.C. he was 'an as a girl and looking fort
personal set aside for 7 Sun- Sunday School 9:45 sq
special program- -James T.Brock,pastor Saturday Mass p.m. JORDAN MISSIONARY sum. ward to her visit here. Be-
policy is no longer ming at the Foster Memorial day Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day BAPTIST MISSION Morning Worship 11. Train- automotive mechanic a member 'ore her she ,Inl
adequate. Can the CharleyE. each year in observance of Mass 7 p.m.Confession. U.S. 301 North behind Tas- ing Union 6:30 p.m. Evening of the Airpark Baptist Dolores marriage Ann was the,l
Hancock
Johns Agency increasemy the anniversary of the noted MADISON STREET Saturday 6 tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Service 7:30. Midweek Prayer Warn.Church and veteran of World daughter of Mrs. Mary Lef-,9'101
American composer's deathon BAPTIST CHURCH 10 Worship Ser- Service 7:30.:
School a.m.
Comprehensive Personal p.m.School Surviving is his wife Lola Wainwright ,
Jan. 13 -Rev. L. Tommyl-lowe.pas- toll
1864. He wrote of Religion: vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
Liability to 100000. School 9:45 Morn- Todd Seeding; and one son, The First Baptist Church
more than 200 songs duringhis Sunday ; Grade School Sunday 11 Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- tor.
even $1,000,000 for just a brief career many of Ing Worship, 11; Church Training a.m. to 12 noon. Charlie L. Seeding both of feels fortunate Indeed to have jfj

few dollars more premium them still remembered and 6:15 WMU Prayer Circle High School-- Wednesday 7 day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. Starke; and one brother this outstandng couple visit-
?" sung around the world. "Su- 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30. p.m. Griffls associate pastor. Alice Austin James Seeding of Winston- with them, and we would like'at
wannee River" now Florida's Monday--Youth Choir. 7 Salem. to issue a cordial Invltationaiij

state song Is considered his p.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Alice Austin 84, of Lawtey Funeral services were held to other members of the com-3ttr:
Charley E. masterpiece. Tuesday--Bible Study 10aWednesdayFamily CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF BAPTIST CHURCH died Thursday Jan. 4, In a at I P.m. Tuesday Dec. 26, munlty;" to come and hear rn
In Jones Memorial Chapel with "
Johns Agency LATTER DAY SAINTS 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Gainesville nursing home them saysthepastorJamesT
Rev. E.L. Griffis officiating Brock.
NightSupper 1404 E. Bessent Road Services: Sunday School 10 after an extended Illness. She
131 So. Walnut St ADDING MACHINE. ROLLS. 6:30; Prayer Meeting Family Home EveningMonday. a.m. Preaching 11 sum.Train- was born in Bradford Countyon Interment was in Long Branch an ti
phone 964.5070 File line office Mission Friends, 7:30: ; Adult and Cemetery with DeWitt C. i, is
Folders complete Ing Union 5:45: P.m. Evening April 4, 1888 was a Jones Funeral Home In
supplies. -The Telegraph Choir Practice, 8:30. Primary-Tuesday, 4:30p.m. Worship 7 p.m. Everyone member of the Highland Bap- NURSING HOMEPATIENTS
1 Phono 964-6305. Thursday--Bible Study, 10 WednesdayRelief Society welcome. tist Church. charge. GRATEFUL

a.m., 7:30 p.m.Denton 7:30.: -Wilbur Dyess. Pastor. Surviving are two daughters To the eommunlty.'"lb

Sumrall pastor Thursday-. .-7:30: p.m. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and churches senior citizens and
Sunday-Priesthood. 8:30 LAURABAPTlST Mrs. Elizabeth Redding both Florrie MaxwellMrs. the organizations of Stark

STARKE CHURCHOF a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. of Lawtey; four sons, Eugene, and surrounding areas we at,
GAINESVILLEBusiness CHRIST Evening Meeting 6 p.m. Sa- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Brownie and Huey Austin Florrie Maxwell 72, the Starke Nursing Horn. -flayS
Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- crement. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. all of Lawtey; Lonzo Austin of Hampton, died Monday In thank you for making our holl-,
ship Services, 11 a.rn. and -Jesse D. Branson Branch Midweek Bible Study Wednesday Daytona Beach three sisters the Bradford County HospitalShe : a very happy one.' ;' *

6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed- Prelsdent. 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Hattie Carley and Miss was a member of the Gertrude Kauffman,_N.H.A. '1
Directory nesday 7 P.m. Ladies Bible Be in church Sunday. Slna Prescott, both of Lawtey Methodist Church.

Class Thursday 11 a.m. CHURCH OF GOD -Lester Austin, pastor. and Mrs. Virginia Lastinger Surviving are her husband, .I
Church located one block weston 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Daytona Beach; grandchildren W.H. Maxwell ..Hamnpton; one
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES SR-16. Sunday School 10 a.m Morn- MORGAN ROAD 19 great grandchildren, daughter Mrs. Dorothy Bur-
J.P.H. Bell, minister. ing Worship a; a.m. Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH and three greatgreatgrandchildren. ris, Jacksonville; one stepson NEWS ABOUT

BRASINGTON Johnson & Faris, Inc. Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, Sunday School. 10 a.m. held Bruce Maxwell Colorado -
PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Morning Worship at 11. TrainIng Funeral services were ; two brothers Forest
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS at 2 Sunday In the High- Welch Orlando and Lynwood rft
METHODIST CHURCH Meeting, Friday 7:30 p.m. Union, 6:30 Evening Service p.m. ; SERVICE MEN
SALES & SERVICE Ins.ctlcldes P.t Supplies Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- -Rev.. M.E. Fussell pas- 7:30. land Baptist Church with Rev. Welch Atlanta Ga.; three
Fin. selection of Used Con FERTILIZERS Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth tor. WednesdayPrayer and Raymond Caudlll conducting. grandchildren and four great- ,
Taken Wo Ront F.rtillz.r Spr.ad.rs Interment In Long Branch grandchildren. -
On Cadillac Toads Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. was
224 H.W. 8th. Ph. under direction of Funeral services will]] be N
2001 H.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 378.0476 ship, 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. Rev. Bob Cooper pastor. Cemetery
Griffis pastor. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST -- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Capt. Harry B. Loper recently -

BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS CHURCH DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Home. the graveside In Santa Fe Cemetery completed degree requirements -
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- BROOKER with Rev. George L. for a Bachelor of

POWELL'S LIDDELL Highway S-lOO A ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 ajn. Wor- ::: :::::::::: :: :: ::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : Harper conducting. DeWitt Science Degree In Business I
School 10a.m.Morn- Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Card C. Jones is In charge of ar- Administration at William Ca-
Sunday Services 11 and 7
Beauty ship turn
Academy ;
Glass ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Everyone welcome. p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Of Thanks !j rangements.The rey College. Hattiesburg
Learn a Profession In Your Company Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship -Rev. Robert Hals ten, pas- -Rev. Lacy Conway. pastor. ; Miss by participating In the
7:30 Wednesday tor. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Father. doeth his Army's Bootstrap Program.
Spar. Tim.. Full or Part "Glass For Ev.ry Purpose"Tim. p.m. While attending college Capt.
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST to our works.-John 14:10).
"Store Front. Mlrro,. We desire to express
CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Loper served as vie pre.ldent -
-Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn-
219 H.W. kind neighbors and thoughtful Often work too hard at Society
10 th 378.2766 a Tub Enelosur.s Showers Pastor. MELROSE Ing Worship 11 ajn. Pre Ser- heartfelt thanks we of the Pen and Sword
Furritures Tops GlossR.plac.d Schedule of Services: vices ((Booster Band Young friends our of bringing things to pass becausewe ; and is a member of
Bible Study 10 for their many expressions believe that it is all to Phi Beta Lambda.
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday a.m. People and Prayer Service), The beautiful floral up
LAV/TEY, FLA. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn. sympathy.offerings were expeclal- us, that the outcome is entirely Campt..Loper is the son of
ELECTRIC HEW LOCATION Schedule of services: Sun- Evening Worship 7 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday dependent on our personal! ef Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper of

Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville; day School 10 a.m. Morning All other evenlng-8 p.m. 7:30 p.m.Rev.John Strickland, ly--Woodrow appreciated.Griffls and fam forts. We need to work from a Starke and Is married to the
former Janelle Bulllngton,
372.8191 372.1102 Worship at 11. Evangelistic EVERGREEN BAPTIST Pastor. ily. spiritual level to work in the Mrs.J.R.
daughter of Mr. and
Of Calnes"llIe. Inc. Service 6 p.m. YPE and CHURCH faith that God is with us, and of Starke.
Repairing Rewinding Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD is Bullington
in mightyto
Santa Fe Tractor that His power us The Lopers will move soon
New And Used 7:30 p.m.Rev.. Daisy Morning Worship at 11 turn. Raiford Road & Weldon St. VICTOR CHAMPION ELEC- do all things. Our prayers to Fort Huachuca, Ariz.,
2816 H.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 LONG Kight. Pastor. Sunday night Service at 6:30. Sunday School 10 aum. Morn- TRIC Add Machines $99.50. will be answered in the right where Capt. Loper will be
Wednesday night ing Worship 11. Sunday Even- Ideal for home or office No
prayer
Form & Industrial Tractors to the U.S. Army
do assigned
God to
when trust
MOVERS MARY'S CATHOLIC we
ST. Ing 7 Thursday night way
meeting at 7:30.: p.m. plastic, all metal. Bradford Communications'
Hydraulics Hose & Fining CHRUCH MACCLENNY -Cecil E. Crawford Sr.pas- 7:30. County Telegraph the answering. Our part is to Strategic
Long Distance Moving Bolts all Sizes Steam Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy tor. -Charles Thomas pastor. have faith and give thanks. Council.
Storage Packing Cleaner & Chemicals Day Mass 5:30: p.m. .
Crating Shipping Soles & Service

Free E atlmat.. Call
Pick Up & Delivery HAMPTON CHRISTIAN

4488 H. W. 6 th St.Gainesville CHURCH Yes, hut it can he cxpcnsivc. ..because atrongcr
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- insulation and different siodireb neededfor
Wl! Fla. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening are
Worship 7.James Shaw underground scr\'icc.And the costs of maintenance -

Van Service Inc. MUSIC pastor. t' and repairsare higher than on overhead

", I lines However, in new housing developments;
3540 HE. Walda Rd G'ville FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
BALDWIN Sunday Service Sunday where it's easier to install undergrund-the

372.4271 School 9:45 shared the builders and the
: a.m. Morning extra cost is by
PIANOS i ORGANS
AUTO SALES SERVICE Worship, 10:45: a.m. Evening homebu>ers. In already-developed communities -

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Service Group ,Meeting.7:15: Sunday p.m. ,Youth 6:30 it's much more costly But FPL installs

GMS.. INC. ?_ / IJf .' underground even in these arca -if the customer
-
.", A. .w p.m.J.C.. Brown, minister 4, is willing to share the cost The fact is, there's

MUSIC Co. quite .\"underground movement"going on

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH right now at Florida Power & Light Company.FPLt'ncotirflflvsjoufoasJajnc'srKms .

C'"ill. (8 ml. south of Starke on ,' ,About
Shopping C.n. ;-'
hwy. 100)Sunday) '
Factory Authorl..d t electric/ sertice. Rue /
Pontiac 372.5351 School 10 a.m. .r Erttironmcntaprotec

Sal... Part..S..vlce MOBILE HOMES REPAIRS Morning Worship II tun. /: tion. Or anything ehe We believe you deserve
210 H. Main Gainesville, Flo SERVICE Choir Practice .6:30: p.m. ':', honor straight/ortiard ansucrs. And \cc try
7- Evening Worship.7:15: p.m. '1" '. Can theelectric toansutryourmosrfregucnfly-askcdquestions
Mollie Prayer& Bible Study .. Wed. /
lllrlr9 Rime
TRAILERS 7:30 p.m. ,', lines iitbliily! (All other will rewire personal
Repair 1. Seplles I.c. power
Rev. Merle L. Packham, t "' rc'//ic'O/ / } Address/ / your c/iu.'stiom/ to your local

Authorized Dealers pastor. in my neighborhood FPL Mana cr.

For Evans.Intertheml ... >", ? KnCJdn11Llr/ concerns you helps/ w iloour l
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH t'' be put underground. joh better
2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. Siegler Hooting &
I Sunday School 10 a.m.
Gainesville 316.0691
Air Condltln Equip. Morning Worship 11 am.; .
SaIes4.rvic. Reatal s Evening Worship, 7 p.m.Wed : ask.
Rentals as low is $4.30 per Supplies Awnings nesday Prayer Meeting and E a :-a FP'\LoU

YHitchers Installed Com Air Conditioning Installed Bible Study 7 p.m. Young .

pl.te P.c.Veh. S.rvic. Dept. $650 Up Peoples Meeting every Monday -

Fei All 7 p.m. .
)..Lr fan. K.untry Air. 4500 H.W 6th St. Gainesville G.F. Prevatt, pastor L 1=1=IL2:
I Everyone welcome. '''- ... -, ...,.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven '

Clay Whips BHS Again









rl r LnY 1Z By Making Charity- ShotsMissed



foul shots and turnovers on five goals and six free first! time 27-26, on a ten- the Tornado ball handers.The Clay kept the game under
were the difference In throws. foot jumper by Curtis White. Blue Devils went on to out control the final period as
the game Tuesday night as Abie Williams was the Clay regained the lead on score Bradford 10-6 the remainder they outscored Bradford 1815In
Clay High edged Tornado bas- game's leading scorer as he a shot jumper by Ownby and of the period and held the period and held as muchas
ketballers 54-48 handing paced the Tornadoes with 18 never relinquished It as they 36-33 lead going Into the final a 10 point lead going Into
them their second straightloss points on nine goals from the threw a tight defense around period. the final minutes of play.
of the season. field. Gainey scored eight of his
Bradford outscored the host Jimmy Ricks grabbed a rebound 16 points In the final periodas
Blue Devils 44-40 from the and scored the game's Clay proved to be too
field but could convert on first bucket as Clay High Baby Reds Fall much for Bradford's full court
t\ only four of 16 foul shots.Clay jumped to a quick 6-2 lead press and the Devils won It
High shot a sizzling 70 per cent with the aid of three Brad- 54-48.
/ from the charity line as they ford turnovers. Bradford meets Orange
junk 14 of 20. After two steals by the Blue 56-34 To DevilsLuck
It was the Blue DevUs'eighth Devil's and trailing by a six (See Page 15))
straight win this season and point margin 8-2, the Tor-
followed a successful weekend nadoes finally got on track as didn't change over the the third period.
which saw Clay win the Flo- Wl1l1eewsome:; cam off the Christmas Holidays as the BUS scored eight more Youth Wins
; t'I rida Star Basketball Tourna- bench and scored four straight Bradford: Baby Cagers came points in the game, four from
ment In Palatka. They are points. After a 20-footjumper back to reopen the season David Me Million, two from 4-Yr. Soccer
9-1 for the season while the by Mike Reese, Able Williams with a 534 loss to Green Chandler and two from Elva
Tornadoes dropped to 5-4 on sunk a free throw with two Cove Tuesday night giving the Hampton. ScholarshipJolin
the season and 1-2 in the con- seconds remaining in the per- Little Reds a 1-5 season record The Blue Devils scored 18
ference. iod to narrow Clay's lead to to date.Bradford points In the remainder of the
Bradford put the defense on two, 12-10. scared the Devils game playing good defense Myrick, son of Mr. and
ex-Tornado Jimmy Kicks and Green Cove opened the second In the first quarter, jumping against Bradford and fast of- Mrs. Bishop Myrick of Starke
held the high scoring seniorto quarter with three ahead 8-4 at the end of the fense. has received a four year scholarship -
only 14 (Ricks had scored straight points and maintaineda first period. Top scorer for Bradfordwas to Tennessee Temple
) t, Jl points in Clay's 58-51 trl- four point lead until mid- The Devil defense came alive Elva Hampton with 12 Schools In Chatanooga, Ten-
,
? 'mph over the Tornadoes way through the period. Keith In the second quarter points followed by David Mc-
nessee.
'rlj this season). This, how- \\estbrook then ignited for holding the Tornadoes to only Mllllan with eight and Wayne Mvrtck went to school In
r, l helped to leave Keith six straight points as the six points, four of which w remade Berry with six. James Al- Bradford County from the second -
"uouiev In Ole open who led 'Devils opened up a 12 point Early Chandler and Chandler
by dridge and Early through sixth grades,
last Tuesday night in the Green Cove Gym.Tornadoes. the Blue Devil's with IfinolnU lead with just over two and the other bj Wayne Berry, each pitched in four apiece. then his family moved to Orlando -

half minutes remaining In the while they revenged from the James Taylor was the games where he lettered In
period. first quarter scoring 11 points leading scorer for Green Cove soccer for four years at Edge-
Bradford then came roar- gaining a one point lead on wth 21 points followed by water High School. His family
Lose Ing back to score six straight Bradford before halftime. teammate Mathew Johnson moved back to Starke In July.
Squeaker points in the final 99 secondsof The Devils came out of their with 12. Tommy Kirkland The scholarship Is valued .
the period and narrowed the fiery cave scoring eight pitched In ten points for the $1,800 per year, totaling $::5-
margin to six at the quarter, straight points before hapless Blue Devils. 200. lie will be freshman this
26- -J. Bradford could get two, widening The Baby Cagers will\ meetat coming fall.Myrick .
In Florida Star The Tornadoes continued the score to 23-16 with home against Orange Park scored 12 points, the
TourneyHow their scoring spree' into the 4:30: left in the third periodof Friday night, then face the most of any soccer player In
third quarter, riddling off five play. Pirates In Fernandlna Beach the Central Florida District,
straight points. With 4:12: remaining The Devils kept outscorlng Next Tuesdav him
Saturday night. In getting
which helped
( In bas- and-one after time had expired nament while taking over!New:
lose
do
you: progressed and the Pirates in the period Bradford the Tornadoes to gain a wide .
ketball when you are at the narrowed the margin. to give Fernandina some's responsibilities. took the lead for the lead of 36-20 at the end of (See Page 15)) the scholarship.3toriJa
foul line, leading by one point "\\e opened up a 12 point Beach the 56-55 victory.
and with only one second remaining lead In the first half," said McIntosh was the game's BOLLLS GAME
In the game'? Coach Mike Sexton, "But leading scorer with 17 pointson Bradford jumped to an ear-
Bradford High found a way things then turned sour."We four goals and nine free ly 6-2 lead but trailed by' one
Saturday night as the Tor- got so that we just throws. Gary Baker added another at the end of the first quar-
nadoes were nipped bv Fern could not score." 16 points for the win- ter, 10-9, as Bolles' Rich .At Starte
? dlna Beach 56in: the Both teams scored 12 pointsIn ners on eight shots from the Clarkson Ignited for six Bank
consolation game of the h Florida the second half as the field and Gauthier wound up straight points. The Bulldogsdid
Star Basketball Tournament Tornadoes maintained an eight the night with ten points. the same tiling In the
held last weekend In point lead at Ole half, 34- \blcllllams paced the second period as a late ral-
Palatka. 20.t: the end of the third Tornadoes on six shots from ly again put them on top by STARKE, FLORIDA
With Fernandina winning the quarter the Pirates had narrowed the field for 12 points and Al one, 18-17, at the half.
game, the Pirates placed thirdIn the margin bj one, Berry came off the benchto The Tornadoes opened upa
the tornament while CIa 45-38, before finally explod- add another 11. five point lead early In the -
High won It, going undefeated "It was a hard one to lose," third quarter, 25-20, before
with ex-Bradford eager Jim- ing In Ole final period.In Sexton said "But It was a Bolles came roaring back with
m> Ricks leading Ole way. the fourth quarter, Fer- good fast game and both teams the aid of Tornado turnovers.
After falling to a late fourth nandina outscored Bradford played well. The Bulldogs scored four
quarter rally by Bolles, 46- 16-12, but still trailed by one "That foul must have been straight points, but were still
44, In the first game of the as :Malachl Henry came to called just as the horn went one down as the period end-
tournament, the Tornadoes the charity line with only' one: off." ed 33-32 with Bradford lead- '" *
downed hapless St. Augustine second remaining.Henry's throughout the tournamentthe Ing.Clarkson i" -"* ** #*

6''.51 Friday night to advance free throw bounched off the Tornadoes were withoutthe scored the first
Into the consolation game with rim and back at the Tornado. services of point guardWHile bucket of the final period to 31' 1 ) + r
I'ernandina. Henry fought for the ball and Newsome. Newsome, a put Bolles on top, 34-33. 11i1)cr 003.53
Saturday night Bradford was called for a foul Just as senior Is the floor leader The Bulldogs maintained the ) 3A 69g76,51I
jumped out to an carl eight the final buzzer sounded. for the Tornadoes besides slender lead until Able Williams ttrCe's -- 2'
point lead In the first quar- F'raJ1klcJntosh: came to the averaging 10 points per game. sunk a lay-up to tie I e B.
-
-
ter, 22-14, but got progressively charity line for the Piratesand "Yes, not having Willie the game up 42-all with 3:05: - - -
colder the game sank both ends of Sexton "But remaining. -
as a one- hurt, admitted - -
Alvaughn Golden and Eddie Clarkson put the Bulldogs on - .
-
s--
Blalock both came in and dida top to stay with a five-foot \;' Ft.t -
-
good job." jumper and the 'Dogs added & .
.
Bronson Hits Golden scored ten points in another basket to open up a Loans andUuSeoFucnitute. 9350\.03

Bradford's first game against four point lead with ::32 se- Banking eases ,q0pteQ0'

Bolles and averaged nine (See Page 15)) d lntetest: and 1,113.622
In the tour- .
points per came -

Cold Indians I r !\ncoroe\cctued F e etnmen ei\la\\e . 1,1'5,906.21S '

. _
Qle .
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In Fridaynight's game at we're going to have to relv secut\t\es GOletn,0\ Q6'

Mayo, Ole hometown cage on our death In future games," .S. :3
squad probably wished they and 1,30116t.602.S2
bounty .
Brokas said. Agent '
a '
had never opened the 3.28glotid
gym Score b.v Quarters: .
618 0669 .
d from Keystone Heights. The : 2 13 13 8 37 \ and _
Mayo 1luntctstate < gq,130'81lOr
79
Hornets were sImply out- 60 : : 9'6,6Iq.33
classed bj a conference rival Ml I 9 15 14 22 ,i0 tilr' ; Other : s - : .

that was determined to :Mavo- Land 5-2-12, Irwin .lunictSeCUtities' '
score Its fourth .1. -
consecutivewin .
5-1-11 boon 3-2-8, L\erett O\het Hand .. .
of the .
season.A : V.lnburn on -
1-0-2 Lyons: 0-1-1 cash -
near-Invincible anks
defense! S .
113. Totals 13737.
that held the usually nigh sco- Due item

ring Hornets to a mere two MI- (Ilurner 8420in- Itlllg00too0.3 '
points at the end of first quarter %
gate 4-3-11, Grayson 3-3-9, 3096
action and low 37
a pointsat lurknett 4-3-11, \\hlte 0-2-2, ,
3\\.30
game's end was the keyto :::_ \.A73'
the Indians' victory Henderson 124aughn 0-1- ::: : 25'1309'50 -. 2SutQlus '
I. Totals 20-20-60. \ \ : : - : S.\.99
C3ita : : 18 8.9'2.\,46' . -
Highlighting Keystone's offensive he> stone Heights High > rtoh\S .. - ?9
of .. 216,16 c
barrage points was stretched its winning streakto "ndi\li ided . -
-
team leader Bobby' ilurner. _. -
.
ot .
-
four night ina
Friday s .
games .
The senior point man led all 60-37 win over Mayo, but Reset\I e 'er:. on \ .. .a
scorers with 20 points. Also played a cold game on a cold con n&en, Losses esthetc., 9: .021,621' -

scoring Keystone In were double Don figures\\lngate for night 82-50 Tuesday decision in to dropping a strong an .' Reserve FotTa'tesCollected I" ot \ \nte . -g13,82, .- .10:79: .\..30oResetJe \.

and Turknett, both with ,0\.3. '
11 Larry points. Forward Bobby Bronson laelps race team Jimmy Ricks gets in a tight squeeze as Bradford &. Income. -. 5 4,0t3,153.62 LtoJot

Grayson added nine while The Indians, shung omj defender Eddie Blalock puts the pressure on in Tues \ntetes\ ell .. .
playing his always-tough reboundIng 23 per cent from Ole floor tc day nights game against the Blue Devils in Green Cove. f.atn Deosits> -
game. the hometown Eagles' 65 per y -
Indian (Head Coach Stefan cent, fell behind by 24 points, oooooGoOooooooOOUOOOOoOOOOOCGOOOOOOOONLY T me pe9osits
Brokas had nothing but praisefor 40-26, at the half. Althoughthe
his scrambling cagers after Indians faired better tile
the team's fourth straight second half, scoring 34 points, THE VERY RICH r

triumph. "This was the most it wasn't nearly enough to
pleasing game of the season. catch up with the hot shooting AFFORD CHEAP k..
Their big man (,Joey Irwin) Eagles. CAN \ .
get loose under the basket FLORIDA
For the fifth
consecutivegame
for only one layup. That'ssomething AIR CONDITIONING
Bobby Burner led Key- t.
: we had been work-
Ing on during the holiday points.stone scoring\Donlngate, bucketing scored 15 12 Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays 4 I- .j 8 N K "T ,'S.1' ARK E
break, trying to keep opposing
teams' big men from making and Bobby Grayson added 11. BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR

the easy ones." Keystone Is 4-5 for the sea- Member l;:>tlral Dopo-ll! lniin.n enrfJ.JJJ .
Brokas was also highly son now. Friday night the Indians CONDITIONING
pleased about his second team travel to Branford seeking -
coming Into the game midwayin their fifth win of the sea- WEATHERTON,HEAT PUMPS
the fourth quarter and extending son against the 7-1 Buc-
the Indians' lead sev- caneers. Next Tuesday Kll 226. S. Walnut St. Starke 96 .7731 s
eral points. "Our depth Is returns home to face againstthe
coming around pretty good and Hell Bulldogs.






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Clay Whips. .
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Park at home this Friday
r night and then travels to Fer- drug
i.
nandlna Beach to meet the PIrates -
Saturday night. Tues-
day the Tornadoes play Live Z-7; fl
Oak in Live Oak. o..a
BRADFORDWilliams 9-0- ead
18: Barber 2-0-4; White 3-0-
6; Henry 2-2-6; Golden 1-0-2; end]
Hodge 2-1-5 Berry 1-1-3; __.
f. Newsome 2-0-4; Totals 22-4- .. d

---- -- --- 48.CLAYGraham 0-2-2;
------ -------
-- Reese 1-0-2 Battle 2-0-4; a' II IIr
This bunch of beouti.t Galney 5-6-16 Ownby 2-1-5;
Bradford High' Tumbl.r.t- day night In the Bradford gym. They will perform five Ricks 6-2-14; Westbrook 2-1-
tes. will perform at halftim., of the Varsity game Frl- other times for the remainder of the basketball season. 5; Nichols 1-0-2: : ; Dunston 1- FLORIDA
:Z-4.: Totals:zu-H-54.: : gyp

I Tornadoes Lose Tourney governor* ARRIVE ALIVE

(From Page 14)) DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home highway commlMlon, tafrtu [ SUNSHINE STATE t

conas remaining to be played. deliberate offensively. They in the consolation bracket a-
Able Williams then added had a big height advantage and gainst Fernandina Beach. I
two charity shots In a one- we Just did not get on the Abie Williams led for STARKE
and-one situation as Brad- boards the way we should Starke hitting for 14 pointsin
"
ford narrowed the margin to have." guiding the Tornadoes to J PHONE 961-6200
two. The Tornadoes had a Bolles has six players six- their present 5-2 mark. Shel- Rental Do You Have A
final chance to pull the game foot or better and three play- don Hodge kicked in 14 rebounds Hospital Bed, Walkert Wheel Chair&t Ctutch..
out in its waning seconds but ers six-six or taller. to lead the TornadoesIn "There's no one so adept That ..
turned the ball over as Bolles Rich Clarkson was the game that department, with Don- at taking the words out of KEYSTONE HEIGHTSPHONE Heating System
hung on to win 4644. leading scorer with 21 pointson nie Sewell next with 11. your mouth as a dentist."
473-3176: :
"I thought it was a well ten goals and one free lull Costs A Lot Of Money
played ball game by both throw. Able Williams pacedthe Score by Quarters-
teams," Sexton said. "It was Tornadoes with 15 points.
turnovers that killed us. "It was a good overall team Starke 21 15 12 12 -60 And Still Keeps
"They played a real ball effort, and Williams playedhis St. Aug. 11 9 13 18 -51
control type of gamevery usual steady game," add- -
ed Sexton.ST. StarkeWilliams 6-2-14 -- --- You Cold?
White 3-5-11 Henry 3-0-6 --' -
Reds Fall Barber 0-1-1. Golden 4-0-8 STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICE
Hodge 2-4-8, Berry 3-2-8
AUGUSTINE GAME Sewell 124. Totals 161620. I'
(From Page 14)) The Tornadoes rolled 60- Can Install A
51 over the St. Augustine Yel- St. AugustineGrant7216, Winter-Tight' ,
they travel to Live Oak. low Jackets in the second Elmore 4-3-11. Gatewood 0-
game of the Florida Star Con- 2-2, Bryant 1-1-3, Hurley 2- Make --..-K '
Score by QuartersBUS ference Tournament in Palat- 2-6, Mitchell 4513. Totals VlindovlS ,, = IIi(temp fJI'.m'l l
8 6 6 828GC ka to gain the final berthsaPccaaacoGCOCCCCCOOCOOo 18-15-51. ,. l'
4 11 II 20 56 Draft.Freehes add
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I HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy



By Josephine Fontaine

., -'...- +' .... awwa
June Ellis of George- ?
sympathy to the family Mrs.
of Mrs.Wm.Maxwell who town, S.C. and Mr. and Mrs. __ 'LITTLEH\ $ THT GET; Bid RESULTS'
umU
Bradford Clarence Adkins of OKI aw ah a, nn
In the
passed away Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Kelly, and CLASSIFIED AD RATES INSURANCEAT
County Hospital last Monday Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Adkins of Deadline for insertion Monday REDUCED RATES FOR SALE-1968 Charger R/T, Very nice In country. 2 acres ooooQoowoaAI1Ionts
evening. Mrs. Maxwell was a Winter Haven spent the 5 p.m. preceding Thursday with 440 engine, with 72,000 land. 2-1/2 ml. west, S.R.D.
long time resident of Hamp Christmas holidays with their before publication. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT miles. Just had new paint Job. 00. Block Const. 3 B.R. CARL BEG OS

ton.We sister, Mrs. Grace Beal, and DOYLE E. CONNER Call 964-5240 after 5:30p.m.- Bath, L.R., Din. Room, Kitchen Mobil Homes Gulf Service
want to -
also express -
of their brother Gerald Adkins. INSURANCE AGENCY UP. Utility Room, Carport, SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
sympathy to the family .
who Old Santa was very good to Minimum Charge $1.75 tchgENVIRONMENTAL Ford Galax- Completely furnished.Must be
Mr. Gus Wynn of Starke, FOR SALE- be Expondo Rooms & Add
to
seen appreciated.Home .
Peck Dennison lie brought 15 words)
(Covers
week In the Ie 5004 dr. 302 V8 Power On Reams
Bradfoorawayounty Hospital. Peck a new color T.V. We Each word over 15, 8C steering, automatic trans- and 31-1/2 Acres located USED
Free and Set
Delivery Up
Mrs. Wynn Is a member of the understand that Buck Dennison mission, vinyl Interior, new on SRD. 100 South. Home
Hampton Christian Church. says he Is going to be a All Classified for In advance Ads must unless be PLANNING & TESTINGA tires. A nice family care for 3 bedroom, CB construction.Land 100 MILE RADIUS

The Ladles Council of the better boy this coming year, paid have established account Division Of $1,350.00 1970 Datsun sta- bordered by two paved BANK FINANCING PARTS
Hampton Christian Church so that Santa will treat him you with the Telegraph, in that tion wagon, 4 speed transmis roads and one graded road. HWY 17 NORTH

met Jan. 2 at the home of better next Christmas. lie event SOC extra charge: for C.W.CRUMAnd sion. One owner.25,000 miles. GREEN COVE

Mrs. Shirley Norman. Officers was In the dog house Ruth's for two billing. !Not responsible for AssociatesReal Real economy at $850.00. 509 BILL POWELL BROKER Tel. 284-5001 264-7311 For ?Most Makes (Of Cars
days for selling eggs. over the
were elected for the errors wnen given Center St. 9648324. Itp 1/11
coming years: President, Mrs. Marklee Norman reports phone or when copy Is not tj ped Estate Property 964-5464 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
Lillian Hall Vice President, that quail hunting Is poor. and brought to the office
Mrs. Daisy; Fort; Sec. and Don't forget to give me your Management OR LONG CHAMP Hwy. 301 N. Waldo

Treas., Mrs. Grace Beal. news for the paper, you can Ph. 904.724.5322 WAYNE DOUGLAS Phone 468.1998
give it to Miry Williams or 1109 GUNKA ROADJACKSONVILLE t MOTORCYCLES 1
Mrs. Frances Wadsworth was CLASSIFIED; DISPLAY ASSOCIATE
Home and
Post Office Building
appointed Head Committee Joan Hlchs at the 32216 ,

Chairman. Eleven memberswere or at the Himptoi General SI.75 per Inch Rated In Dun & Bradstreet 964-6593 MaterialsWE
present and meetingswere Store, or call at 463-1152 In 2 Inch minimum -- S3.50
the morning before 11 a.m., BUILD- I
set for the first Wed- rrss>
SALE1971 Suzuki 350
FOR ,
or evenings after 6:30: p.m. trrorahrrthh
nesday In each month. The Motorcycle. $25.00 a monthor "Your Plans Or Ours

next meeting will be held Feb. Memorials Hesolutloiis, Pro- FURNITURE FOR SALE $500.00 Cash. Call 964- T Your Lot Or Ours."

7 at Christian 7:15 p.m.Church.at the The!Hampton ladies -- MFP FundsDistributed clamations.S4.UU Minimum! : Card: of up Thanhs to 50 5546. Itp 1/11 MISCELLANEOUS J FREE ESTIMATES FIATSALESPARTS:

have planted flowers and words. Peach: word over 50- FOR SALE69 Motorcycle, Remodeling Repairs
shrubs around the church and 8C.Oil.
250 needs minor repair. Additions
cc.
It looks very good. FOR SALEDinette set, 4 SERVICE
To SchoolsBradford 1/11
the of drawers box springsand $60.00. 964-6250. Up Homes Bought Sold
Lynn Hall Is home from chest WANTEDUsed furniture,refrigerators USED IMPORT CARS
hospital, and wishes to thank schools have received Firms' Boosting mattress, piano, organ, washers.Dah- Trod.d
FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 350,,
everyone for the cards and $262,164 of a total of Environmental Funds<<)! etc. Ph. 782-3576. Up 1/11 good shape. 4000 miles, also mer's Discount House tfchg ACREAGE FOR SALE HA8FRED AUTO

visits.M.J. Norman entered Ala- $62.4 million distributed by Petroleum companies are helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby... WE !N6w HAVE diamond nee- 964-6853 IMPORTS, INC.

chua General Hospital Jan. 3. the mum state Foundation In January Program In Mini-appropriations spending an average of some set FOR, table SALEBronze& 6 chairs dinette, goldand tfchg dles for any make or model Hwy. 301 S. Starke 509 E. University

The Ladles Auxiliary of the according to $3.3 million a day to protectthe brown 5000. Call 964- stereo player.Dahmer's Gainesville 372-4373

Hampton Volunteer Fire Dept. Comptroller Fred 0. (Bud) U.S. environment, accord- 8591 after 4. ltp 1/11 Discount House. tfchg

Hampton met Jan.Fire 8 at House.8 p.m.There at the Dickinson. ing to preliminary results of t FOR SALE 1 SEWING MACHINES! cleaned, PLANNING A TRIP? .... -

was a report on the float that Bradford's $262,164 exceedsby an American Petroleum Institute FOR SALEBeauty shop equipment oiled and adjusted In your LET US HELP! UnlfeaFannAgency

was entered In the Christmas almost $70,000 the $193- survey. a real bargain. Ph. home, $5.Vacuum Cleanerre- Inc.
parade and also on the Christ- 249 received In January 1972. The survey indicates that 964-8075. Itp 1/11 pairs also. All work guaran- We Handle

mas Party held at the old Clay schools received estimated environmental expenditures teed.--Dennis E. Cogglns, Ph. EXOTIC CRUISES Reg. Real Estate Broker

school house. Plans were $488,770 in January MFP during: the past srs.a HOUSE OF VACUUMS 431-1428. tfchgTYPEWRITERS Paul & Irene FaulknerCARRIBUNS
funds, $136,000 more than the To The
made for a rummage sale to totaled $1.2 billion of Many brands of new vacuums
$352.179 that county receivedIn year HELP WANTED Associates
be held Jan. 27 with Mrs.! billionwas ) $39.00 up. Used machines Adding Machines -
than
which $1 t
1972. Baker schools more
Josephine Fontaine In charge. January from $10. Expert Repairs & Cash Registers Also Airline Tickets 206 S. Water Street
air and water
received $140,097 this January spent on
Anyone having donations for all makes. Parts and Acces- cleaned repa'red. STARKE I and Tours StInk, Fla. 964.5065
up from $109,541! in Januarya conservation. The rest of the BuiltIn
sories for all vacuums.
SERVICE .
TYPEWRITER
this sale can leave the things Call 964-7449 WANT TO SELL OR
year ago. Union schools went for land restoration Central cleanings
vacumn
Ladles money 1/11
member of the 782-3020. 5tp
with Auxiallary.any Election was received $81,269 this January, solid waste disposal' and A..TED--Mald., Apply In 'stems. 712 N. Main, Gaines- TOWN FINANCE CO. BUY REAL ESTATE?
up $20,000 from the $61,242 P.O. Box 226 N. Temple Call Us For Best Prices
postponed until the next- noise control. person at To-Rena Motel. 2tp ville 376-7110
received in January 1972. RELAX and unwind with safe, Prospect Waiting
meeting, which will be Feb. This year's estimated 1/11 f
MFP funds are distributedon tfchg
In effective GoTense tablets. Only
"ROOFING": Specializing
air and water
12.Birthday a monthly basis for use in spending on 98 Andrews Pharmac '.2tp-- acsvsm -- -
}
All ( -
greeting this monthgo repairs and rerooflng: repairs -
conservation is four limes as
teacher salaries, student! AVON CALLINGTo :
to Tommy Rodriquez who transportation, and other cur- great as in 1966, the first buy or sell Avon Pro- guaranteed I year. 14 JIMMY MOORE'S
Patio
Is:Mary 9 years Lou Peeples old on, Jan.the 13th 9th;; rent expenses. The MFP insures year for which figures were ducts call 372-0421 or write Aluminum Awnings, Door Carports Hoods and, Gutters SLEEPING PliOBLEM? Res.- Sun Spirts| PUMPS
that Florida Drawer ? Get Snoozer Tablets fora
public O. less
gathered. The total for the Mildred llenkle, P. 3/4
Mike the 21st and Roger's Upholstery,
Peeples, ; MORE BOAT FOR NEW AND USED
Mrs. Gertrude Slade on the schools have sufficient op- seven-year ieriod, is expectedto BLake Geneva 32660. mile North 301. 9648350.4tp safe night's sleep. Only 98C--
22nd. Belated greetings to erating funds. Each county'sshare reach $4.5 billion.A 8tchg 31HELP 2/1 Andrews Pharmacy. 5tp--125REMODELLING YOUR MONEY SALES
Is based on student!
Ronnie Rodriquez who was 10 Storke Ph. 964.5791 PARTS
enrollment figures In grades ------------------------- -
old Dec. 24. Tom- foul weather tip from WANTED 1 IlOME : jobs
years on = : :: : LOTS FOR SALE In SERVICE
: = ::=: Southgate
mie and Ronnie are the sons ) --- -'- the Tire Industry Safety MALE OR FEMALE Subdivision. Call Marc Jackson done; also plumbing, house Complete Outboard & Stem
of Mr. and :Mrs. George Rod- = Council-when you run into Occasional part-time, week wiring and some appliance Drive Service and Repair. Deep and Shallow Wells

riquez. rain, snow or ice test your days. Qualified Individuals for 964-6078. 8tchg222LOTS work. Prompt service. Call Complete Fiberglass Repair

Robert Jackson made a 1 t ) traction by braking lightly. local inventory audits and 964-8087 5tp 2/28 Custom built Fiberglass

three-day pleasure trip to : You'll have a better feel for shopping calls. Uenchek, Box FOR SALE Starke Golf Fishing Boats. Plumbing Supplies
Pensacola and reports a won- 8 28956, Atlanta, Ga. 30328. & Country Club, ready for
road conditions if have EXPERT SERVICEON
you SEWING MACHINESCleaned!
derful time. ". 2tp 1/18 building on or for Investment.Lots ,
There were a number of visitors to brake quickly in an emer- area approximately 1/2 oiled and repaired.PHC Sports- ALL MAKES

In Hampton for the holi- "The wheel was man s gency. BOOKKEEPERexperienced, acre and larger. Paved roads wear, across from Starke PHONE 9647061DURRANCE J

days; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald greatest invention until 1 Ie all phases, desires work. Reply only 3 minutes from town. Builders Supply tfchg 0. C. CirRts NurMry
Adkins were visited by Mr. got behind it" "V" c/o Bradford County Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5
Thousands of Plants
and Mrs. E.M.! Prevatt of toot : Telegraph, Drawer A. Up 1/11 p.m. tfchg WE GIVE SERVICEWe get Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, PUMP & SUPPLY CO.Moved .
D.M.Prevatt
Starke, Mr. and Mrs. I.
I results! ,List
propertyfor
your
Evergreens, Camellias,
Sr. and sons, Walter I FOR SALERegistered Angus -
sale with Call today
and Gary, of Starke, Peg- Phone 964-6114. us. Azaleas. Rotes 5 Blocks North

gy Edwards:: of Brooker, Stel- |One Week Special J. B.calves.White. tfchg BILL 964-6464 POWELL 964-6810, BROKER tfchg: Most in LANDSCAPING Cans Plant Anytime B64. N. Temple Av.
or
of Starke and FOR RENT
la Hazen Mr. It 1 -
23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark.,
Mrs. Calvin Richard and
FOR SALE--Argentina Hay.
daughter Toye of Ocala, and TREE OIL CHANGE Bale or ton. Ph. 964-5630 ALCOA SIDING SPECIALIST- Florahome6592165 Hwy. 100

Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Smith after 5 PM I. A.B. Whitehead, Since 1938. All Wood CoveredIn MILLER, IrowR
and family of Jacksonville.New Aluminum. Workmanship
:: Year's visitors of the .L : FOR RE\T: -Furnished 1 BR Jr. 2tp 111LINOLEUM Guaranteed.ILLIAMDAVIS

Adkins were Mr. and Mrs. P. ',' house. Ph. 964-5884. ltchg. FLOOR Covering P. 0. Box 1081, KEYSTONE INTERESTED IN BUYING .,

L. Morris of MacclennyMrs.! With Tune Up & Oil Filter furnished 6x9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; HEIGHTS[ FLA. ((904) 473- OR SELLING? ---- ""'
RENT-2BRCB:
FOR
Morris Is Mrs.Adkins'sister. 3366. 9tp 1/25/73
Box 12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 only
Mrs. Adkins nephew, H.W. house on Brooklyn 1/11 Lake. $14.95. Many patterns and Colors CONTACT VOLKSWAGENGEORGE
Priester, n of Palatka was a 253 Starke. Itchg. tf
Dahmer's Discount
Used
New
Ed's Gulf Station -------------------------- &
visitor of the Adkins last Sun- ROBERTS

day. Mr. Priester Is the father FOR RENT-: bedroom block A.J. THOMAS, REALTOR Sales S.ryluJIJ!
of a new baby, so his wife house InPineha\en o.iN.; : Myrtle WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING( ,I REAL ESTATE
could not come with him. :Mr. Across From Farmers Mkt.N. St. Unfurnished. Phone OUT OF TOW! PROPERTY Appraising And General I Mi. North of the Mall-

Priester's father (Mrs.: Adkins' Itchg 2.74 Acres -- $3,250 PHONE 964-7826
964-8771. Real Estate Sales GAINESVILLE
brother), was undergo 2.75 Acres -- $3,250
Temple Ave. 061-8106 421 W. MADISON ST.
heart surgery last Tuesday.Our 2.82 Acres -- $3,350
FOR RENT-:: BR traller, Acres $3,650 30 Years Experience In
best wishes to him. aoc 3.11 --
:Mrs. Patsy /Harvey[ and ] DOOOOOOOOOOOO on Griffis Loop. :No: pets. Ph. 3.19 Acres -- $3,750
964-8245. Itp 1/11 Florida Land Mats.,..
children were guests of her 3.92cres -- $4,550 MARTIN CAMPERS
mother, Mrs. Virginia Roark, j--=- 4.00 Acres -- $4,650REASONABLE NUGENT ELECTRIC U.S.
90 West, Lake
Christmas week. I FOR RENT12': wide Mobile : TERMSA. Tel. 961-5701 City

Mrs. LeRoy Norman of Hell- Know Someone In A I homes outside city limits. J. J. THOMAS: REAL1O''\R t Service Phone 752.3723
bronn Springs spent :New: RUBBER B. White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg Tel. 964-5701 205 N. Temple Av.. Residential And For Best Selection Of
:
Year's with Mr. and Mrs. ; t ffitt U( :) Commercial Wiring TRAVEL TRAILERS

M.J :Norman.Mr. '
: and Mrs.Danny!Normanand ; mJ : I Additional Outlets. MINIHOMESAir
) .-
etl @ t FOR SALE -- AKC registered -
Bill Wise of Lawtey had t AUTOMOBILESUSED WF. MAKE ALL Conditioning TRUCK CAMPERS
German 4
Shepherd
New:: dear's dinner with Mr. I STOPS P S pups. Hookups AND TOPPERS
and :Mrs. M.J. Norman.; \ Hove-" them call the CRISIS males, 2 females $50.00 each MAJOR APPLIANCE Trailer Pole Meters

rt CENTER any time day or I II 318 Lafayette St. or Ph. : 24-Hour Service Full Line Of Ports And
964-8017.. 3tpl18WATER REPAIRS:
Mr. and Norman also
Mrs.
\
I, right, 804 SW 2nd Ave.i FOR SALE1962 Falcon Sta- Phone 9644641 ServiuoooooOOOOOODODDOODDDOODDDO
entertained Mrs. Merle Sing- for help with a of tion wagonrebuilt engine & EXPERT REPAIRMEN
leton and daughters of Fort i variety Made t to Order d FRONT: LOTS
( transmission radio, good
:Mjers. Mrs. Singleton also j He's problems. I FOR SALE CALL 964-8363
tires. $250.00. D. E. Hill,
visited with other relatives On Crosby Lake and Crosby [
while in this area. PHONE : Highest QualityReasonable 468-1160, ]Hampton. Itp 1/11 Lake Canal. (Canal 50 feet Starke I

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mat- r wide; 8 feet deep) Locatedon HELP WANTED
chett of Satellite Beach were 3764444GAINESVILLE Prices FOR SALE63 Pal s/w AT, State Road 100, 3 miles Appliance Service
visitors of Mr. and:Mrs Mar- 1 Rill, AC, $150 or best offer. Ideal
West of Starke, Ha. 323 Brownie. St. Tf : No Experience: Necessary, Steady Work,
shal :Matchett during Christ- 964.6305 !Needs work. 964-5010. ltchg for vacation cottage, mobile
l 6 Phone 1/11 home or Investment. | Fringe Benefits

mas.Mr.. and Mrs.: Thomas Wads- Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Prices start atl,295.00$200
worth and daughter Bunnell, PAYROLL ENVELOPES! down and $35.00 month Cor 36 REDUCE safe & fast with G- APPLY AT
and Gordon Wadsworth of For Sale Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. months ((8-1/2 simple inter- Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water

Gainesville spent Christmaswith 15 Metal windows 964-6305. est). p11ls"Andrews Pharmacy.6tp NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.Road
Mrs. Frances Wads- Various Sizes $35. 00 Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to -- 2/1 I .
worth. Walden Wadsworth also tf
9 weekdays
p.m.
got home in time for Christ- call 964 6646 OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY. > 21 Hampton Fla.

mas. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 -\ Sff J MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

'f7."f't" SEWING | 8:00: A'M. TO 5:00 P.M.
See (our New :, ;-
AUCTION SALE HOUSES FOR SALE MACHINESales 3 An Equal Opportunity Employer
Selection Of Doublewides Also

and Service =8JJlB, II
Wilson's
South Side Mew: And Used Household Furnishings For Sale PFAFF ELNA

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Trading 2 story frame house, remodeled WHITE f FACTORY HELP NEEDED I
; See at 502 S. Epperson.Ph. .
301 South at Starke City Limits( 964-6262 or 964-8417. Itp $49.50
Experienced Sewing Machine Operators 1/11 up
Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable able
JAN. 14 1 P.M.Rain Part & Repairs on
,r:;: bodied factory help. No I experience necessary. :yr
Permanent (Position For People Seeking Permanent all other make machinesNATIONAL
r S SAVE S Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. ?flx
Shine
( or ) Employment *

FRED DAVIS : IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK Ar*oLY :if;
ANTIQUESGLASSWARE ; ,#
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BUICK PONTIAC

TOOLS, FURNITURE MANY APPLY CADILLAC UNIFORM .. GMC TRUCKS 611 W. Univ. Ave. r: OWEN JOIST {
RIDE CAN
A LITTLE
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MANY OTHER ITEMS SAVE YOU A LOT"iGREENCOVESPRINGSd Gainesville, Fla, :r}::: AH EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER :|;|::

441 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Fla. 378-1355 .-.- Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday 1 3
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