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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 18, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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.94 STARKE, FLORIDA 15* ,

No. 25 Thursday, January 18, 1973 Copy







Gunman Hike

Robs a Utility



Town '' w4 + I.r .



Finance Hits Starl.e


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The Town Finance -

office at 226N. : % ,
l '
TempleAve.was .r Gas Users

robbed of $432 in

bills at noon Thursday -

Jan. 11 x z t i t I ,.' '
by a' ,,ly P r.r .
young neatly 15 percent in-

dressed black male in natural

who brandished a .-- ar w Jaycees rates and an

nickle-plated snub- i o y : ansion of those

nosed pistol in carrying At a minimum

out his cool r ,,, To Head of $2 for wa-
'ir .,
operation. service will hit

A man fitting[ the same description c "'' utility users

held up Century Finance 9 month.
in Gainesville at 1 pjn. I t
the same day, making off withan ,,, Petition] rising costs of na-
undetermined amount of gas and increased costs
cash, according to news re- services to city; na-
ports. gas customers the City
Mrs. Jewel Casey, Town Finance approved unanimously
employe, was leaving i night a ,motion by
1 syr.
for lunch when the man entered ,w : < Wet-Dry Charles Schaefer
the office and askedto gas rates.Itmarks
make a loan, During the s Increase in city; gas
course of a routine interviewby since the system was
Mrs. Margaret Crosby, ...----r"-' rwr Another effort to turn : in 1960.

another Town Finance em- ty wet Is being made by a lo gas increase will mean

ploye, the man pulled the pis- headed by Gas Kopelousos of the family using 100 therms
'
tol and ordered Mrs. Crosbyto J .. A f1wMNSMM u will pay $20, an ,
come to the back. + Restaurant and Ron Calmnno, cent jump over the
He then opened the door of of the Holiday Inn In Starke. the family has been
the rest room, and ordered tor that amount. Min-
both women to go !inside and "We have the new sign and now we're hoping Stark and erected by Welting Portable Wcljtng.! The Bradford County Jay to gather amount for the first

remain there. to build a new City Hall to follow it up," lays It replace a smaller wooden sign which had l faded cees agreed Tuesday night to they must has been raised
The man, described be- sponsor a petition tor another: to the
as
county from $1.75 to $2..
I City Clerk MoriII) Edwards. badly and drawn criticism frbiYT various .ouv'c .for
*
ing In his late 20's or early attempt to got voters to a- lection nifoa
30's, then went to the front The new City Hall sign cost the city $478 and several years. Exterior of the city hall was spruced gree to the sale of intoxicating [ mission;lithe next 14 thwill" go '

desk, but failed in his efforts was bought from Magnetic Sign Headquarters of up last year, and _now the sign follows. : liquors, wines or beer. ber of signatures the cents next per 20 therms therm. or at
to open the money draw The last election on May 16, and are ruled ;
er. He returned to the rear 1961 failed by 285 votes, 1,292 supervisor or 4.44 both rates
and ordered Mrs. Casey to 1, voting for the sale of liquor "shall" call an cents per therm high-
open the drawer, took her and 1,577 against. in 60 days.Shared. next 30 therms will
back to the rest room and Proposal for the Jayceesto 18 cents per therm or
then went on to remove the Students VoiceIn and the next 30 therms
Win head the drive
new
was 100 will
' go at !16 cents,
from wooden
money a tray. submitted to the Jaycees by Adding those figures
Still not satisfied, the man Kopelousos and Caimano,both Sweeten give $20 for the first
asked the women if there was associate members of the Junior .
any more money, and then accompanied Chamber. Motion to spon- '
Mrs. Crosby to sor the petition was passed County over 100 therms, up to
her desk, where she opened 11-8 by the 21 members pre- go for ]13 cents per
' a drawer and he took the Grooming PolicyBradford sent. Bank accounts up 11/2 cents over the
, money from a small cashbox The Jaycees strongly em- Commission and cents users have been
He then returned Mrs. phasized their sponsorship of Starke have been Large commercial us-
Crosby to the rest room and the local option referen- by almost a as the Holiday Inn .
told both women to remain dum petition is not in any way million dollars as Uniform, will now
there for five minutes. Before High students wona tic director, and coach from The review committee shall committee in setting up a to be construed to mean the of Federal ]0 cents per therm it
he voice in policy making, the sport In question) before also strive for concensus, Kil grooming code. An appeal organization supports the Is- funds received break the 500 therm
departing out
his shirt tail, and pulled wiped off Charles Francis was rein- the case Is taken to the principal patrick said. The athletic would work In the same manner sue. Their support, club members month. an increase of 11/2
the door knob stated as principal of the high and the school board. director will make the recommendation stated, stems from the over the 8.5 cents per
school and the two students based the review After discussion last Thurs The county's they now
Goal of the policy committee on right of the registered voterto pay, or an
The Branding Iron Restau- barred from athletic practiceswere told the board committee's discussion. The day and after Kilpatrlck's explanation decide the wet-dry issue. arrived last of 18 percent.
(See Page 4)) reinstated without pre- last, Kilpatrick Thursday, is to reach principal then would make the to the board and the amount of $ 4)A new rates are those
audience which again crowded To have wet-dry election less than the
local
judice In a special school The athletic director final decision at the to the council by
-
board meeting;Thursday night, concensus.he said would make (school) level. the school board meeting' called, Florida law requiresthat $68,300 received natural gas Supt. Bob
Jan. 11.Policies. code Prin- room, Supt. Jim Temple add- one-fourth of the coun- ber. The two before he left tho
This
decision policy ,
the final on grooming
ed his recommendation to the ty's 6,849 qualified voters, $133,596,
established by his bas- Francis explained Mon- months ago. Pat.
m1r l w drier were affecting department cipal policy rules suggested by Kil- or 1,712, sign the petition. mount due the
c alua he the
} Assistant Supt. W.L. Kil- ed on committee discussions. day, affects only the athletic and Hurse.! says figured
patrick calendar
-. patrick and Athletic Director In the event concensus cannotbe department. Any other BHS "This whole situation e- Method is to first present year structure would raise
have been
David Hurse by which groom- reached, the report to the department, such as the band, volved because of some an unsigned petition to County placed $15,000 additional.
i Ing codes can be set up, and principal shall Include the majority or FFA, must go through the very Clerk Gib Brown. Then See gas sales in the
by which a student can appeal ; and minority viewpoint. same procedure with a policy (See Page 4)) the Jaycees will have 120days ( Page ) 1971-72 fiscal year to-
J1 his teacher's decision on $123,634.
whether or not he meets the Clerk Merrill Edwards
grooming code. Tuesday night there is
\ ,y Connie Clark, who was Work Begun On Fire House to tell exactly how

transferred administrative from staff the to the county BHS ; will be on water raised charges.by the

' prlnclpalshlp In switch with
DOT Dance a will hit mainly

Charles Francis, was also The Bradford County Volunteer amount will be budgeted an- nually for the department disposal of the county volunteers tamed from the where land lords
Saturday Night transferred back toMs former Fire Department hopesto three are being used Department been paying one mini
The remainder of the $16- tary
basis other departments
post on the county staff population to for the
January 19 multi-family
house
fire
be in its new ,
000 will be distributed under loan
Brooker on
as follows: a a agreement with
Using
guidelines set .
8:00 To 12:00At up by located on the county-owned $848; Hampton, $2,496: only) $5,296. the Florida Forest Service, Thirty-two
Kilpatrick and Hurse
a representative vehicle every family in an a-
lot next to the motor Of :
committee consisting Inspection station by March 1, Lawtey, $2,720; Starke (city the tour engines at the and the other engine was ob- men now staff the house must pay a

New Armory of 12 students one according to Fire Chief Harry water charge of $2.
teacher, two parents, and the Green. is the same as
Music By full coaching staff was set up The chief said that his department Brothers Face Three uses for sewer ser-
"Vibrations"Help Friday morning. Its first recently ordered a {. of $1.50 which Is
meeting was held from 3 p.m. 40 x 90 ft.prefabricated metal every family unit
to 5:30: p.m. Friday. The building at a cost of around Two brothers, Boyd Lane ged with breaking and entering in the afternoon session which them in the of utility; rates
The SeniorsDANCE group came back Saturday $10,000. The completed pro- and Harley Lane, Jr., appearto with intent to commit grand consists[ of cases other than Jimmy Joe when Councilman Nell
from 2-4:15: p.m. and finished ject, including land-clearing, have a rough time ahead larceny and grand larceny, traffic violations. They are: charged with said a rate study by
hammering out a new groom- foundation, and Inside finish of them with three counts of waived the right to a preli- Frank Laynell Tomlinson toxicated and his Tampa firm would
Ing code for the athletic de- ing dlliS,500thCreee cost breaking and entering with minary hearing and will furnish and Louie L. Johns, each transferred to the $5,000.
partment.The said. intent to commit grand larceny his counsel.
Women's arou own charged with attempting to term docket. can raise rates our-
Club new code is more lenient The new facility will pro- and grand larceny each charged or hire these people
Henry N. Lucas take wildlife at
charged night by use
Saturday, Jan 27 than the former grooming code vide storage tor the department's against them in county; with possession of a weaponby of gun and light and John Fines assessed an objective look,"
to which athletes were sub trucks action with Ing were:
four fire as court Tuesday [ For
said. the
$6.00 Per Couple jected. Sideburns be a state prisoner, had a nie Pitman, charged with writ years
can well as a meeting room, offices newly Invested Judge Elzie
has
public defender appointed to ing a worthless check and fined Mark Pavlick, agreed that the
to be with the
Dren: Casual grown The even line kitchen, and restrooms Sanders presiding. him by Judge Sanders and $26 costs of court and restitution unlawful speed and system is the mon- .
mouth. former
Proceeds Will Go the bottom of the was for the department's use. Both were advised of their waived the right to a preli- ordered. or two days in Jail of the city, that
ear. the lot
Work on clearing Kenneth Curtis department has been
Sanders anda
rights by Judge minary hearing.J. Bond estreatures in the
For Remodeling Hair can be grown halfway has already started, and public defender was H. MUler, charged with afternoon session Ray- Beamon Davis, its own or making a
were
over the ear. Formerly the groundbreaking ceremonies appointed to each.Both waivedthe writing a worthless check, mond Eaves Marshall Eaves with unlawful that the water I
Woman's Club ear could not be covered. may be held this weekend, right to a preliminary waived a preliminary hearingand D.L. Aaron,, Paul L. Trisler,, $46 or four days in ; Is losing money right fi"'
Green said Work on pouringthe that the
McCray sewer ser
Music ByStyrofoam hearing. will provide his own coun- charged "
A groomed mustache and Otis E. Hlckman, each
neatly foundation will begin some Each faces an individual ful speed and fined h a r g e doesn't come f
la allowed. The former cil.David charged with voluntary intoxication -
now
Soul time next week. to
paying for
in sewer
charge of breaking and Padgett, charged with days jail;
code allowed no groomed mu- Green said the volunteers Holland and and that the city's
entering with Intent commit breaking and entering with intent Henry ,
staches the athletic department' Cecil Gibson plead not guilty
,
have sold their old headquarters lar to commit thews, both garbage pick up is
c-,piij definition being that grand larceny and grand petit larceny, to three charges of writing r
of a mustache that bullding on Edwards ceny. The two are jointly was granted the right to a worthless checks. lawful speed and cost. 4 '
(Iff; ? Tnmmunitu! any couldn't part be clipped with scis- Road. charged with two more cases. preliminary hearing and a or three days >in you,gentlemen,we're f a
Financial status of the de- David Prescott and Brenda
The transferred to public defender Wilson Sparks, ,
cases were was appointed.
high utili
on a pretty
S ;y
tate Sank i sors could be kept.
partment was recently improved Circuit Court. Carlyle both failed to appearto improper tag; "
An athlete appeal hit Earl Roy Green said Mayor-Com .
may when the County Commission charged face charges of writing -tichards, charged
*- .. NOT case to an appeals committee appropriated a total Other felony cases transferred with aggravated assault, was worthless checks. Warrants Jimmy McRae.
iMMnJ
U., less
driving and
., ;. 120.000k, consisting of a portion of of $16,000lor countywide fire to Circuit court, pend granted the right to a pre- were issued tor their arrest no discussed plac-
........0.-.. "'"-- c- the policy committee(specifically protection, of which the county ing assignment of a public defender liminary hearing and a public with bond set at $251. or ver's three license days In and $5 service charge on
: four students, one volunteers will[ receive $4- are: defender was appointed. One person plead not guilty
.teacher, one parent) the athle 640. It Is expected that this Jerry Lym Roebuch char- Three fines were assessed to charges brought against (See Page ) (See Page 4))



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.fs Anniversaries J / W L A ;{ Weddings :t tII

-- Birthdays lJ4 J 9c4afftt Wi f fJ Fte V e"t(J Club Meetings aJ.II .

Per.onal.'L..
Parties I
-II ff Births _,

-II Showers Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.7608 **"


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Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and
.i Historical Group Mrs. Olin White attended the
Club
Woman's Garden Club Band Parents FilmThe FFWC district four Presi-
Luncheon Uses ry t Will View dent's Council at the Lake
To Meet Jan. 22 Set Shore Woman's Club on Mon-
MeetingOn
Oriental ThemeAn Bradford County His- day.
S will meet tonight -
torical Society
Oriental theme was .;;j Paul Hutchins, Jr. will demonstrate UniformsBradford (Thursday) at 7:30 In -
carried out In the decorations ..r how to make hang- the Public Library.W. .
and menu at the January Ing flower baskets at the High School Band Keith Weekley, assist- ; CAROUSEL
luncheon of the Starke 4 ? Starke Garden Club meeting Parents will meet In the band ant director of the Bicenten- CANDLE
Woman's Club. The affair, r Monday, Jan. 22, at 7:30: p.m. room at 7:30: p.m. Monday to nial Commission of Florida, l
1 under the direction of the at the home of Mrs. L. V. discuss the need for updating will show the rUm, "A De- SHOPPEU.S.
International! Affairs Depart- Hardin In Green Acres. uniforms worn by the BHS claration of Interdependence
ment, was held on Wednesday Band. Herbert Green, president ," and the general pub-
of the Band Parents 301 N-Lawtey, Fla.
Jan. 10. lic Is Invited to view this presentation -
The speaker's table was covered k organization, said that any Interested with the member- PHONE 964-8093

held arrangements of bamboo attend the meeting.
Custom Made Candles
Jl Band director Dean Cassels
and cedar in Oriental vases. Program At D. Fancher, Jr. enteredthe
The centerpeice was a pairof Loper-Garver says the present plan Is to Alachua General Hospital Holders, & Candle Rings
purchase new hats, over-
new
Guests MyersCookMrs.
Oriental figurines. Tuesday for Wednes-
Rotary ClubSeveral surgery
were seated at individual tables lays for coats, and possiblynew day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper pants for the band mem-
small 1
that featured centerpieces -
Japanese announce the engagement of Bertie Myers of Starke bers at a cost of approxi- Flower Arrangements For
containing tiny
parasols and cedar. their daughter, Judy Diane, members of announces tie engagement of mately $55 each, rather than ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH All Occasions:
to Ronald Garver Boy her daughter, Claudia Eliza- to uni-
fortune Eugene son purchase complete new
Straw baskets holding Scout Troop 70 and their
thornBryanMrs. cookies also placed on of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. beth, to Herman Ray Cookof forms. He said the total expenditure PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO
were Scoutmaster, David
Montgo-
each table. Mrs. Johnny Bar- Garver, all of Starke. attended the Williston, son of Mr. and will run about $4- FLA. We Now Have EverythingFor
mery meeting
Mrs. W. C. Cook of Eraden-
Is at
Miss Loper a junior 000.
Mildred Latham announces rett was chairman for the of the Starke Rotary Club last PH. 468-1287 The "Little Old
Bradford High School. Mr.
the engagement and luncheon. week and explained recent ton.The
wedding will take placein
approaching marriage of her Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton pre Garver Is a mechanic at Garver's changes effective in the Boy the near future in Willis- Mrs. Betty Crawford and CUSTOM PRINTINGFrom Candle Maker"
daughter, Rose Marie, to Michael sided at the business meet- Garage. Scout organization, placing ton. son, Steve, spent the week-
Stephen Bryan, son of ing following the luncheon. Wedding plans will be announced more responsibility on the end at Merritt Island with Your Negatives

Mr. and Mrs. Loyd James Mrs. H. C. Bitch gave the later Scouts for leadership and Joe Bakken will undergo Mr and Mrs. Al Harley. Mrs. COPYWORKINFORMAL
Bryan, Sr. Miss Latham is devotional. The president planning. surgery Thursday in the Harley underwent surgery last Scents, Dyes, Wickingand
also the daughter of the late thanked Mrs. Olin White and Explaining the new require- Gainesville VA Hospital. Thursday.< PORTRAITSAND

Lawrence Latham, formerlyof her committee for making andhanging Day Care Center ments and other changes were: .. ......"..................'.Hu.H..<'-.'.......................-.................... PASSPORTS Such.
Philadelphia, Pa. the attractive new Fund Drive Glenn Mullins, Eagle Scout : c. x::: : :: -
Miss Latham will be a 1973 draperies In the club build- and Senior Patrol Leader;Tim Well Stum Clt n Anythinf
graduate at BUS. Mr. Bryan Resumed HereL.C. Crews, Junior Assistant .
ing.Mrs. Roofs Houses Mobile Homes Hot Waxing Paint -
BUS in 1972 .
from John Greene
graduated was appointed Scoutmaster; and Patrol
and is employed at Cash- as corresponding secretary McCutcheon, chairmanof Leaders, Lewis Cooper, Mike Stripping Floor Stripping General House Clean ingSpny Do You Have A
And-Carry Tires in Starke. to replace Mrs. Tho- Crews John Cooper, and
The wedding will take place mas Casey, who resigned the the Bradford County Day Chuck Register.At That
March 24 at 8 p.m. at the position because of her new Care Committee moratoriumon has been the close of the pro- Painting Heating System
notified that the
Road Chapel.All .
hours.
Morgan working
a gift was presentedby
friends and relativesare Mrs. Curtis Sanders reminded new Title IV fund proposalsfor gram Club Complete Hopper Gun Coatings
the Rotary sponsorof
Day Care have been lifted Costs A Lot Of Money
Invited to attend. members of the Woman's and that work on Bradford's the troop, to Don Harden- Acrylic* Plottici Fiberglass Asbcstot '
Club Fine Arts Festi-
brook who recently resigned
val to be held February 23. pending proposal will be re- after ,several years as Scout- Reeft Heu e Cleilingt And Wollrtwl And Still
Junior Club Anyone who has hand-made items sumed. master. Keeps
should contact The committee now has a total Strvict ((904)) 964-5771
Dance To Benefit to enter of $$516.83 hand and fund- The program was in chargeof
Mrs. Sanders. Dr. James Minesinger. You Cold?
Senior ClubThe Children's clothing, small raising efforts will be resumed -
now that the moratorium
household Items such as vases -

Junior Woman's Clubof china, etc Sale.are needed been lifted on matching, :McCutcheon funds said.has Florida Bank Attention Mothers STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICE
for the Garage
Starke is planning a "Helpthe The local committee is attempting -
Seniors" dance next Sat- reinstated The following membersMrs.Neil are new: or. to raise 510,000 as AnnouncesPromotions 8 x 10 Living Color Can Install A
urday, Jan. 27, from 9 p.m. funds
L. Tucker, Mrs.Ed Wainwright Its share of matching ,
to 1 a.m. in the Woman'sClub. which would bring $31,763 In

Mrs. Paul, Mrs.Brown Paul, Mrs.Bridges E. W., Title IV funds if the projectIs PORTRAITONLY .==/l.roemp cu......INOINHMO. CHRYSLER
All proceeds will be givento Total estimatedcost T.I.'J COHPONATIOM
the Starke Woman's Clubto Hodges, Mrs. Ben Moxley, approved. The Florida Bank at Starke I*
of getting the day care
help pay for the remodeling Mrs. Frank Palmer, Mrs. center started and the firstyear's elected one new officer and
of the club. Wayne Douglas, Mrs. John promoted two others at the
!If 842,303.
Mrs. Faye Johnson, social Griffin, and Mrs. James W. It is proposed operation to establishthe 36th annual stockholders ONLY gas-fired
has engaged the Patray. meeting on Thursday, Jan. 12
chairman, The speaker for the after- center in the former IUE Plus 50c Film Charge'y' Or
Soul to play duringthe '
Styrofoam evening. Door prizes:: donated noon was Miss Jean Felngold school building, where mothers the J.E. Tomlinson-was advanced LIMIT: I Per Person 2 Per Family "

by local merchants,will of Gainesville the Suicide,Prevention representativeof Department would children be cared of working for and served cashier from to vice vice president president, and and Additional Subjects $3.93 ar? oilfiredfurnace

be Admission gU'en. price is $6 per of the Community; nutritious meals during the Mrs. Ruth S. Johns was pro- Groups $1.59 Per PtrionCo ,.

Is casual, and Crises Corner, Inc. She pre- day.Membership moted from assistant cashierto a
dress
couple; dues and other 1 '
Mrs. Helen B.Crosby .
sented a detailed account of cashier. Appointment Necessary w"
invited to at-
all adults are
this valuable service and donations arc invited by the who has been with the
tend. For table reservationsand Full Selection of Poses i
committee. hues 1 are SI per .RT .
call Linda Smith, asked that anyone interestedIn local bank for 17 ,ears, was !
964-6087.tickets assisting in volunteer work month for membership, and elected assistant cashier. No Aye: Limit That Does The Job
are applied to the matching officers were
in this community should con- The following
tact her. A free training pro- fund. Anyone interested may re-elected: S.L. Peek, Jr., All Work Guaranteed r .

__ 10m tv1er,'/ gram of three to four ses- contact Mrs. Thelma Thorn chairman and president; Marin MO Economically.FAIR .
ton at 964-5689.
sions is provided. This service \ Brown, assistant cashier;
Ac"8l: Tournament is a part of the !North and Mrs. Helen F.. Glasgow,

Central Florida CommunityCare ; CUBB: Hoard assistant cashier.S.L. PRICES AND
vV nners ,
Center which includes Peek, Jr., president
Bradford County. A questionand 100 iet( reported that the bank had its
Mrs. J.D. Odom and Mrs. answer period followedthe \iM'tillg most profitable year in his QUALITY

George Miller were the winning talk. tory. Deposits Increasedmore
couple at the ACBL Duplicate Tor Jan. :2'2: than a million and a half WORK IS OUR
Bridge tournament :NEW CORPORATION dollars, and at year end total- PRIDEWe

Tuesday night;: where there CHARTERED HERE Rev. John T. Haymon of led $9,027,627.44. Capital
were five tables in play. Secretary of State Richard Penney Farms, recently elected accounts Increased$129,413.14 DOLLAR STORES
Dent Boardof during the year, for a year-
Ken Dent and Townsend Stone has announced the chartering President of the
were second and :\11'.and Mrs. of Uie following corporation Directors of CURB Econo- end total of $1,471,230.96.S.G. Also Have A Professional.

John Mussoline were third. In Bradford County: mic Agency, Inc., will pre- Denmark, C.E. Hern- Worne of the Tfa&e '7Iulll.4
Trophies will be awardedto 1 Ko c h 'S Drug Store, Inc., side at the January meetingof wall, S.L. Peek, Jr., J.E. .- Repairman For Any Item.For .
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be held Mon-
the winners.Hospital the board to
Starke, Fla. Authorized stock: Tomlinson, and George C.
5,000 shares of common at day, Jan. 22 at 8 p.m. at the Whitner were re-elected to the Fri & Sat. Jan 19 & 20 Information
$1. Dealing In all forms of Civil Defense building In Board of Directors for 1973. Call

GroupTo personal and real property.; Starke. The local bank Is a subsI- STARKE, FLA. 964-8363 Or Come
Other board officers elect-
Incorporators: Fredrick L. diary of Florida National
Meet Jan. 22 Rice, Richard W. Kreldler, ed to serve during the agency's "G"-. Banks of Florida, Inc. whichat f I'llurts/' //oir. 10 A.b1.1 P.M. By 322 Brownlee
both of Jacksonville; PatriciaA. Program year present comprises 31 banks
The Bradford County Hos- riorio,Jacksonville Beach. which ends Nov. 1, 1973, are with total assets in excess of 2 P.M. 5 P.M. Starke Fla.
Filed by Frederick L. Rice, Robert Driggers,Lake Butler, billion dollars.
a
plal Auxiliary will hold its Suite 409, Barnett Bank Bldg., Vice President; Mrs. Cathe-
general meeting and covered 112 W, Adams St., Jackson- rine Drompp, Green Cove "
dish Monday Jan. 22, .......
,
supper Springs, Secretary; and Mrs. n anD aaD """" w" ----------
ville. --- ------------- "
at 7 p.m. in the :Methodist Arnelto Allen, Lake Butler,
Fellowship Hall. Treasurer.The .
S. L. Peek, Jr. will show Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cas- board of directors consists -
color slides of his European well of Lake City were Sun- of 36 members providing KlkPINEHURST
trips during the program. day danner guests of her parents equal representation for each ; GROCERY
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber of the four counties of theCUBB 0 -


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: Is equally divid- Has Added New
Something
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il! I iiii.y.s..fl ed Into thirds, with one-third _
of the membership represen-
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: geographically out- A VARIETY STORECOMPLETE
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JII: Interested In Flying? III;: lined officials low-income(government areas;)public ;and-

I private (civic) organizations.All .
::: New Classes To Be Cffered At Bradford-Union :;i All meetings of the CUBB OF'

Jii of Directors are opento r ,
Area 1m
Voc. Tech. Center the public and all inter- LINE .

ested persons are welcome. .

I 1. Aviation Ground I I DRAPERY HARDWARE ranJUtA :

.. School' :Mrs Harry :Mooty spent the
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This Course Is Required For Private Pilots License 1111 relatives and attended the fUneral AND ACCESSORIES ON DOUBLE
KNIT
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Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Christie Josephine Fontaine ,
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Aston;
of Glen Burnle, Md. were son, Mike, and daughter, Denise '14E
last Wednesday to Friday attended a family reunion CITY TO ENFORCEGUN have about 8 to 10 gallons NI f I
guests of Mr and Mrs. P. D. during the holidays at REGULATIONS of beautiful syrup.Mr.Vaughn
Fancher Jr. the home of Mr. Aston's sis- Hampton City Council met also reports that it tastes as i:

ters, Mrs. Trilla English and Jan. 9 with all members present good as It looks.
Mrs. Raymond E. Jones returned Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lynchin Including Mayor Willard
to her home in Nashville Waco, Texas. This was Thomas and City Clerk Bonnie PERSONALSGeorge 'f
Tenn. Monday after a" their first family reunion in Trisler. Chairman Don 11111 Rodriquez and his
week's visit with Mr. and 50 years. asked if the council had any brother Eddie, vacationed in
Mrs. Don Bagwell. objections to the Women's Detroit, Mich and Toledo,
Auxiliary of the Fire Dept. Ohio. They were visiting
Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Stump's Inventory Sale using the fire house for their friends and relatives, and reported -

Mrs. J.T Kinchen visited their rummage sale, to be held on a wonderful time, but
mother, Mrs. II. G. Merow, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Crouseof Jan. 27, there were no ob- were happy to get back home. C hevrolet-O Ids \
In Tampa Tuesday. Union, N. J. were Monday jections. Mr. Thomas and Mr. We sure hope that it wasn'tthe ,

overnight guests of Mr. and Dennison visited the Protein Rodriguez brothers that .
Mr. and Mrs.RobertBarks- Mrs. M. A. Baldwin. plant to check on the odors. brought all this cold weatherwe
dale and daughter, Vicki, of Street lights will be installedas have had back with them.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Oli- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Grif-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell soon as the company can
ver Murray of St. George, and family of St. Augustinewere get to it. Mr. Thomas reported fis and children of Middle- IS
S. C. spent last Monday to Sunday guests of Mr. that he will not be burg and Mr. and Mrs. John-

Thursday In South Carolinaand and Mrs. Carl Hurst. able to drive on long trips for ny Pierce and son of Ralford
Gatlinburg. Term.Stump' the City anymore Its the doc- had Saturday evening supper
Mrs. M. F. Brown has returned tor has ordered him not to. with Mr. and Mrs.Hog an Wai-

Cltaranc. Sale from a visit with her Mr. Parker said he has heard dron.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. nothing on the radio for the Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Davie SPREADINGLITTLE
and Mrs. J. C. Suarez and police car. There was no report are the proud parents of a
Bill Myrick, a student at new baby daughter born last
family In East Moline, HI. from the fire department.
the Bible Baptist Seminary,
There was a discussion about at 9:26
Thursday night : p.m.
Arlington, Texas, is on tour Mr. and Mrs. R. V, Turner the BB guns being used in They have named her Rhonda
with the Choralaires, a sing- were In Tallahassee Mondayand the City. Also .22 rifles are Eileen. A
the
ing group representing is its Tuesday on business, and being shot in the City. Thereis Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schaub
school. The group on Westas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. a City; law against these of Crescent City and Mr.
regular tour, traveling Paul Eubanks. and found by Marshal
Calif anyone and Mrs. W. Fontaine were
far as San Francisco,
for Parker with a gun will be shopping in Jacksonville Mon-
Texas
and South through LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spengler picked up. There are some
Bill is the of
ten days. son and daughter, Debbie, Mrs. children riding bicycles at day.Ernest Green was seriously
Robert Myrick
Mrs.
Mr. and EllS Emma Badman and Mr. and night with no lights. These injured in an accident last .
and a 1970 third graduate.at Mrs. Lloyd Badman spent the children will be picked up, week. He Is In the V. A. ,
his
lie is in
year weekend in Tampa. Mr. and also the curfew is 10 p.m. and Hospital in Gainesville
to be
the studying
seminary,
Mrs. Lloyd Badman returnedto all children under 17 years Wm. Maxwell wishes to
minister of music. their home in Canada Mon- of age are to be off the streetsby thank all the friends and neigh- .
day after three weeks visit then except when accom- bors for the cards and let-
Mrs. Elizabeth Tyrrell of here. panied by parent or guardian. ters and flowers sent to both
Farmington, Conn., sister of There was more discussion the hospital and funeral and !
the late J. T. Quigley, is Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton about the labor prices, also for all the other kindnesses
spending two months at the the weekend with situation and bids "
spent the drainage shown by the neighbors, in
Magnolia Hotel.Stump's her parents, Mr. and Mrs. for mowing and collection of the sickness and death of his

Ellsworth Jackson, In Winder, garbage and trash. After some wife.
1/3 Off and Ga. and with their son, Gary, discussion about a night marshal Birthday greetings to little
in Atlanta. the meeting was adjourned Tracy Bradley who was two

1/2 Off Sole years old on Jan. 13; Buck

Stump't Dennison, Jan. 18; and Patty
Sale
Inventory READ TIlE LAW Williamson who will be nine .
Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indian- For the benefit of the people old Jan. 20. ;
Local admittances to Brad- years
C.
apolis, Ind. and Mrs. D.
who do not know that Don't to
forget give
Forehand of Albany, Ga. are ford County Hospital this week your
Florida has a State Law against donations for the
rummage
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. include: Mrs. Fannie Reams,
BB and other
gunsI member of the
guns sale to
Sin- Mrs. Park Cheshier, Mrs. any
11. Slade and Mrs Clyde
am giving the following Ladies Auxiliary of the Fire
clair. Maude Ilolllday, Mrs. Mildred -
Florida Statute No. 790.22 Dept. '
Crlffls Mrs. Doris Miller
-
Use of BB and rifles weeks' for
guns Watch next news
Huron Ohiois Willie Ilarrtd, Mrs. Edna
Barry Smith of ,
by child under sixteen: Limi the Senior Citizens Club news.
visiting his parents, Mr. Sauve Kathy Griffis and Tina
tation.
that all _
Pat Glover asks
and Mrs. X. M. Smith, for a Ratliff, Starke; Mrs. Minnie ram. A
(11 I) The for
use In
any purpose garbage be put plastic gar- t.
week. Johns, Hampton Mrs. Agnes
; whatsoever of BB air
guns bage bags and securely fastened -
Milliard and Mrs. Bertie For-
rifles and 22-callbre rifles lie will not pick it up
Raiford Mrs. Margaret
sjth Howe ; and by any child under the age of if it is not fixed this way.
Keystone Heights;
16 is prohibited unless
Mrs. Virginia McCallister, years
Plant
such use is under the super-
\Waldo. vision and in the presence of Time To Set

Flowering Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason an adult. t
((2)) Any adult responsible
will celebrate their 69th wed- ShrubsThis
Trees
ShadeTrees for the welfare of any child ,
Thursday
ding anniversary
on -
under the age of 16 years
Jan. 25 at 2:30
p.m.
who knowingly permits such
at the Starke Nursing Home is the dormant sea-
child to use or have in his
where Relatives son for most trees and
they are patients. -
possession BB air
from Welaka and Pa- any gun shrubs, according to the Florida -*
in
rifle or .22-callbre rifle
latka will be among those !Nurserymen; and Grow-
of
violation of the provisions
attending. All friends are in- ers Association (FNGA!; ). Now
subsection 0)) of this section,
vited. Is an excellent time to seta

r Mrs Joy White, daughterof shall meanor be and guilty upon of conviction a misde- garden.tree or Although new shrub azaleas in are the Come In And Let Us Show You LUV

Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. thereof shall be punished bya showing strong buds (some

Sapp, Sr. of Lawtey, was on fine of not more than $300or may be In bloom) they can be
the Dean's list again at Mis- by Imprisonment for not removed from one area to Like You Have Never Seen .
sissippi State University; for longer than 30 days. another. When azaleas beginto
the semester ending Dec. 15. bloom this early you wantto
BEAUTIFY SCIIOOL'I'EWS\ keep close tab on the pe-

Mrs. J. C. Kesterson of Mrs. Reardon, school nurse, tals. Petal blight, a fungus,
73Dogwood Neptune Beach was Saturdayto was at the Hampton Elemen- will frequently attack the blos- IT'S A SIMPLE LITTLE TRUCKONE
Tuesday guest of Mr. and tary School last Tuesday soms causing them to wilt
Mrs. L. N. Pickering. Hampton PTA will meet Jan. overnight. The FNGA suggeststhat

29 at 7:30: p.m. in the School you spray your azaleas
Mrs. T.H.Slade, Mrs.Clyde Library. once a week with zlneb or TOUGH LITTLE MODEL

Redbud Sinclair, Mrs. H. C. Ritch maneb or Dlthane M-45 for
and Mrs. II. :M. Richarde vis- MAKING SYRUP tho control of petal blight.
ited Mrs. T. T. Long In Or- Mr. Vaughan visited with Trees are a valuable assetIn

MagnoliaAnd lando Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sladeof Florida, Now is an excellent WITH JUST ONE ENGINE -ONE TRANSMISSIONONE
Hampton Lake who were time to set an oak, ''a magnolia -

Others Stump's 1/3 Off and making cane syrup. This is a pine, or other shade

the Slade's first year to make tree. Your local nurweryman INTERIOR -SIX COLORS ... AND
Price 1/2 Off Sale the syrup. They cook the cane can advise you of the best
juice in a flat round kettle. trees for your area. In tro-
It takes about two hours to pical Florida you will find
From $2.69 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nor- different ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE OPTIONS.
squeeze out 80 gallons of juice shade trees entirely -
relativesin
man and son visited
than those in northern
from the cane stalks. ThenIt
Dundee over the weekend. takes three hours of boiling Florida, so rely on your nur-

Azella to make syrup out of seryman.
Liners 21 the 80 gallons of cane juice. Still time to set out some .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLen-
winter flowering annuals. Ca-
When the syrup is made they SIMPLEThat's
and
don and children, Stacey
lendulas
petunias, snapdragons -
Pansies Ian are visiting his parents,
caaaaaooaoaoaGaaa=aa and salvia all produce
11 Mr. and Mrs. !H. P. McLen-
excellent winter color. Your
PetunasFLA. don, this week while enrouteto Miss Jean Mundy spent Sun- local nurseryman will havea What It's All A bout.
Mexico for six months. day with her mother, Mrs.W. sufficient amount of plants .
B. Mundy while enroute
available for your selection.
Peat Mrs. Cybil Betts of Quin- from Durham, N. C. to her Those of you that were late
ccy was Thursday to Sunday home in Tallahassee. in arriving for the winter

BU. .69 guest of her brotherinlawand months may want to start a


5 Bu. 3.25FOR H. Moncrlcf.sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stump's Clearnace Sale onions rots small, beets,vegetable turnips, radishes, garden.and,mustardcan lettuce Car-, IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN IN


Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs.! Dominick Gen- all be planted. In fact,
LAWN OR daughter, Mrs. J. Ii. Hall, tilman of Kane, Pa. are vis- vegetable that is grownIn
PASTURE Jr., and daughters of Gaines- iting Mr.! and Mrs. Robert any the spring months up north
ville visited Disney World J. Gentilman at Heilbronn
can be planted now in Florida.
Wednesday while Mr. Bald- Springs for several months
almost demands
GrassSeed Living in Florida -
Rye win was in Orlando on busi The Gentilmans also had as that you have a cit-

lb. ..16 ness. Jim weekend Gentilman guests Mr.of Sarasota.and Mrs. is rus an tree excellent in your time yard.to make Now L UV it!

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E.Ter- your selection and get the try
willegar Jr. spent Friday to Mrs. D. W. Whiffen attended tree in the ground. Althoughthe
Tuesday attending a Ford Mo- the executive board meeting much
6.99 top will not grow
50 Lb.
tor Co. meeting In Las Vegas of the Women's Auxiliary the root system will expand
Nev. and attended the of the Florida Optometric Association readily to make top growthIn
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Gas Rates Grooming Shared' $$ Rising Feed Costs Affecting FarmersDue


(From Page 1)) Code. (From Page 1)) to a shortage of feed Layer farmers have beenWas told that Bradford John Myers term the Christ-

gas department service calls. grain production out west, operating under adverse con- Improvement Awards for De- Outstanding." It
That never gained approval of -I (From Page 1)) savings account at five per chicken and cattle feed prices dltions for two ;years, Eggs comber had been presented to ,had man 37 parade entries two bands and
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the, majority of the council, cent interest Clerk of the locally have risen drasticallyIn have sold for 18-19 cents per Ed's Gulf Station and the Dairy J .
however. Charging for service strong feelings on both sides." Court Gib Brown said yesterday the past few months, poul- dozen but cost 26 cents per Queen, both on US-301 north two color guards. No funds
solicited from
calls has been mulled Temple told the board. "Hard try farmer Arthur Gas- dozen to produce of Starke. were chants for the parade Myers mer-
several times but the coun- feelings caused were unten- The City of Starke received kins told the Chamber of In other action, the Chamber pointed out. ,
cil".has never bought the idea tlonal. I have no difference $46,312 as its second Commerce board of govern- board: --Heard ChamberExecutive
and didn't Tuesday night. professionally with Charles payment$1,950 less than the ors Thursday, Jan. 4."' i ior t

"If the clerk or somebody f Francis," Temple said his December payment of $48- Higher feed prices will in I
can' come up with some actions were Intended to draw 262. Funds received by the the near future affect cattle, I
rates. ." began Councilman 1\ attention to things unequal in City in the two payments total hog, and poultry farmers, but
Tucker, indicating he would the system. $94,574.The egg prices have been deflatedfor I
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accept something reasonablein second payments were two years and the squeezeis o p oo. I
With that Temple recom- less than the first due to
the way of an increase. a expected to hit those far-
"They elect you five gentlemen Clark mended that Francis be trans- 5% reserve being placed Ina mers hardest.
to set trlese rates, not Phillip ferred back to BUS as prin- contingency fund, accordingto

the, clerk," quickly stated Joins cipal, that Brad Carter be reinstated an accompanying letter. Chamber board members
Clerk Merrill Edwards,drawIng Guaranty on the weight lifting Future payments will be listened sympathetically but

a laugh. Federal OfficePhillip team without prejudice, and made quarterly, with the next no action was taken simply ..........:.'\'\\\\\\t". : ...
J'What do you think?" Mc- be because no one knew what ,;\." -
that Danny McKinney reinstated Installment expected In April.
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Rai asked his board. on the basketball team to do. ...\ ,,':.- -,.\..
,','I'm for the -rate study," \V\; I ....." "
Clark, 32, has join- without prejudice.The Cause of the Increased feed V;.' ""'JIo" ." .., ,.
Tucker said. After more dis- board voted unan- to to the frontof \\) \
ed the Starke office of Gua- question step prices, some of which have >,
cussion Tucker moved for the ranty; Federal (formerly First imously on Temple's recom- the pacedmeeting room so doubled In three months, was ,'" 1
rate study, and got a second Federal of Starke) as loan mendation. Francis knew the board could view them. guessed at but nobody really -_
from Councilman One Wig- The school board voted 3-2 .* .:<
officer. prior to Temple's recommen- could pin anything down. Some .
gins. But Councilmen Vernon Clark, a resident of Key- dation that the recommendation to accept Temple's recom- think the U.S. government'srecent
Silcox and Charles Schaefer stone Heights, has been a to reinstate him as prin- mendation to transfer Fran- grain deal with Russia !!
voted against that $5,000 McRae expenditure local Insurance agent for the cipal would be made. At the cis and Clark. has depleted US reserves.BUS

and Mayor past 10 years with Indpendent board's special session on Another special school Ag Teacher David Smith, who
went with them, defeated the Life and Accident InsuranceCo. Wednesday, Jan. 10, the board board meeting on Wednesday, recently visited the west, said
motion for a rate study 3-2. Clark will concern him- had agreed to give Francis Jan. 10, left Francis relnstat- he saw corn and soy beans ,
,
All: right, so what are yougoing ?" self with the making of mort- time to decide whether or not ment unsettled but handed Kil- still In the field. It has been e\\\ /
to do now'? Nothing gage loans and processing he wanted to be reinstatedas patrick and Hurse given responsibility wet and much corn was moulded ( -c!) _
Wiggins.McRae applications."We principal and to calla of determining, and soy beans had dropped
said the first item are pleased to announce meeting for that purposeat after consultation with students from the vine Smith said.
should be a bookkeeping ma- that Clark Is affiliated Francis request. and parents, the dress
chine so the clerk's office with us,"states Manager Harold The policies are expectedto code policy committee. Next Only clear fact Is that feed
could place more items on Davis. bring an end to the con- came the Thursday, Jan. 11, prices are on the rise. Cot
the utility bill. Clark Is married to the troversy which officials said special school board meetingas ton seed meal and soy bean
!Then Schaefer moved for former Lois Kaufmann of has brought turmoil to Brad- reported above at which oil meal, both protein food !' _
acceptance of the new rate time the dress code supplements to animals, 'r
Starke. The couple has two ford school in 1973. policies
schedule, saying it was recommended children; Karen, 5, and Susan, Coach David Ilurse told the recommended by Hurse and prices have risen from $70 V
by the former gas 6-1/2 months. Clark is the board last Thursday that the Kilpatrick were adopted by per ton to $135-140 per ton. rk
department superintendent, son of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesL. coaching staff realized some the board, Francis was reinstated Dairy feed has risen from
Bob Patterson before he left and the two athletes $4,40 per hundred pounds to
Clark of Keystone Heights. changes were going to haveto ,
the city. The motion died with- $5.50 in the three weeks
Born In Alabama, Clark has be made, and realized stu- were reinstated without pre- past it 1 +a. I
out second. board
a the chamber told.
dents had be Me was
lived In Starke all his life. to involved. judice.
"I think turned down
you He is a graduate of Brad- said the coaching staff was ........::1 I
better advice there than
you" ford ]High School. willing to compromise with the
would from consultant
get a Davis students and that the staff
Clark replaces as
stated Clerk Edwards. Tucker
then took the proposed rate- loan officer. Davis was pro- would abide by the decision of SHOE REPAIR Home is no place for valuables In minutes a fire could destroy them Or
of the the school board.
schedule he and Wiggins hud- moted Starke office to manager of Guaranty Fe- "This is what I understandyou they could get lost or stolen. Why risk if A Safe Deposit Box costs only
dled for few minutes.
;''Let's a go again," Tucker deral. expected and we are willing pennies a day. And it keeps your important papers and valuables pro-

said, handing the schedule tion,"to Hurse compromise stated.A .our posi- 114 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLORIDA tected around the clock Act today-tomorrow may be too late

back to Schaefer. Schaeferdidn't l; 11111" ("I student athlete, Hal Ed-
hear what Tucker said.
,,"Make It again" said Wig- wards, read a statement pre- On long trips or short the safe
gins. (From Page 1)) pared with the assistance of Come In, Let Us Give carry money...
several athletes which stated American
';Schaefer again moved for the rant lost $140 in cash Sunday the majority; of athletes had Express ,,I ,J.. ....... a..m.....
new time gas Tucker rate schedule.the second This night In a B&E which took been opposed to the old groom- You The Best In Shoe Travelers Cheques ; ":; :"" .".'
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gave place between midnight and ing code because it was not I Ik IkI, wlf:
and the motion passed unani-
3 a.m. Entrance to the res- in keeping with the time and I A-
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mously. RepairingNo. : :'_;;' '-"""': _i
taurant was made through a because the students oppose
Schaefer then moved for acceptance -
of the new policyon rear door. regimentation.The If lost or stolen you can get them promptly replaced
The thief took the money athletes' statement -
water minimums. Wiggins from the cash register and termed the old groom- Spendable everywhere Costonly c per dollar

gave the second, and passed from a change bag which was ing code ". unfair imposi- Materials At LowestOf

unanimously. kept under the counter. tion of undelegated authority; ,"
Mrs. Felix Sullivan, man- The statement by the athletes
My Neighbors ager of the restaurant, said also included the statementthat Prices
that a cigarette machine was "We're sorry that some of
broken into, but nothing taken the things that took place did I FLORIDABflNK :
since it had just been em- take place." Also Miscellaneous Work .
ptied of money, and the In- School Board Chairman flT STftRKE
truders) did not take the cigarettes Rodney Hall stated, in con-
She thinks the theft cluding the Thursday meeting: The Stones

was done by someone "who "We have seen the school Member\ Federal Insurance
DejxK.it
knows us well." system of Bradford County go Corp.

Mrs. Sullivan believes that through an exercise in little-
one person entered the restaurant I all be
hope we can .
while another waited big ness.enough to accept this and &- **** Jt'JL ******w'JLyLMA.'******************************* '

in a car outside to pick him pick up the pieces.
up. "We will have a good school d
system. We will not operate Central Heat

9"-"'.. under an aura of suspicion." i
County Controversey over the Does It All! t3.

"Well-apparently not all athletic grooming code began
of them stick. Court when Carter, a star football Installed
Completely

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red from practice with the *
Jacksonville charge; Clayton Augustus Su- weight lifting team, for whichhe sJ-
mner charged with careless had established several records *

driving and fined $36 or three last season, because ofa I- 1 S
days, Catherine Wright Williams small mustache on his upper /"'- :
J
Directory charged with violationof lip. McKinney was barred I-
driver's license restirc- from practice with the basket- I- V &

tions and fined $36 or three ball squad because of hair *
Auto Sales and Service days in jail; Ernie Wllard which came partially over his I-
Newsome, charged with viola- ears. 13. *
Parruh MotorsSALES tion of right of way and fined Decision of the athletic department -
$26 or two days in jail, and was appealed by the t. *

Earl Leon Mattox, charged two athletes to Supt. Elect *
with violation of right of way Temple. When Temple took
ERVICKPARTS : VOLVo and fined $36 or three daysin office January 2 he instructed r *

jail Principal Francis to reinstate *
the athletes pending a
Judge Sanders Issued
Always Good Used Cars war- school board review of the .
rants for the arrest of
per- :
ttl Lair St. Pb. 35$-Stt< athletic department's policies *3.
sons failing to appear in court
which had never been
r. and the bond was set at $251. *3.
PIANOS [ adopted or approved by the FREE ESTIMATES
Persons failing to apear school board. Francis askedan
YAMAHA PIANOS were: Emory Felton Durham, early hearing on the matter :
CONN and KIM BALL Brenda L. Schwinger Charles and said he had not complied *

ORttANS Reid Harman, Judity Davis with Temple's request, but .00
Miller, and Mary Frances backed the athletic departmentin BOjOOU BTU Carrier Furnance :
Hall, each charged with unlawful its stand that the athletes
speed. remain suspended until the jj| Seven Air Supply Ducts 795 *3.

Bond estreatures were Lucian school board ruling was hand-
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Keith Patray, Jackson ed duwn. s|- One Return Air Duct }

Taylor Doss, Robert Frank The situation between Fran- 4 All Labor And Materials *
Jordan, Froy Frank Pitmon, cis and Temple evolved from
Jimmy Carol May and Rick discussions to letters then to 4* Thermostat Controls *

KIMHAI.L "SWIMJER": ( Foy Stephens each charged a special school board meeting *
ORGANS: with unlawful speed. Friday, Jan. 5, Temple recommended -

Roosevelt Mall 383-8519 Francis' transferto I- Completely Installed
2929 N. W. Gom ville the county; staff and Connie
j 13th Highway sign: "S-rated Clark's appointment as prin- : (Except Electrical \Work\ ) :

FURNITURE drive-in movie ahead. Pro- cipal of BUS. The board had
not been presented the athletic

FURNITURE rr-v ceed at your/ own risk." department policies but SuoU II 3' I *
AT DISCOUN1WAS Temple asked the athletes in *

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3 Youths Circuit Set Here Plea I Day 2 Technicalities Delay BHS Phase 3!: I Ii IiA



InjuredIn Monday roam,
two week delay In awardIng according to Deputy Supt W.L. ment of Education. When the --Authorized Supt Jim complex at BIIS. The
ni construc- Kilpatrick, and approval is Phase bid had not been connected to the
bids on Phase 3 is accepted by Temple to proceed immediately -
and and
A first of Its kind plea ing entering grand
CrashThree Smoot tion at Bradford High Schoolin still a week or more away. the school board the cost of to spend up to $1,000to heating system since demolition 1
day is set Monday, Jan. 22, larceny. was grantedthe being experienced: by the local Once that second techni- new construction at BUS in heat the home economic of 'C' Building. US j
In Circuit Court here In which right to a public defender.
cality Is out of the the 1 /f1'J
school board. way, the three years from 1971
defendants charged with felonies Craig Vernon Reed, charged a I
Bradford youths were Two things held awarding school board will be in a position through 1973 can be placedat rU
with anda ;;
and attempted
injured the night of January will be arraigned escape had to award bids on the for!
the bid last Thursday, as nearly $800,000.
3 on US-301 south of Starke some who have plead guilty public defender was appointed been planned. science and math complex. That means the 1,200 student Henry Block has llvP
to him.
when the car in which they will be sentenced. -:The Bradford school Bid on the project appar- spaces, all new, air- *
collided with the Judge John A.H.[ Murphree, Willie Frank Barnes, Leon Its ently between Nelson Construction |h>
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were riding board has not updated conditioned, and carpeted,will
In front chief judge) of the Eighth Judicial Corneal Hoi 3 ton, Robert building Co. and Triest Con- 17 '16should
semi-truck
rear of a priority listof approved have been provided at well reasons why
Circuit[ will preside. Wayne Lacy, Tommy Lee you
B&G Truck struction Co. Nelson's base
of the Stop, according Louis projects. That oversightwas under one million dollars, less ,
Walters and Crago
The Monday session is part bid Is $343.114 Trlesfs[
to Florida Highway remedied Thursday anda than half the $2.009 million
Patrolman R. W. Pace. of a new court schedule which each charged with possession state new list forwarded to the $343,774. There are five the State Department of Edu- come to us ',r
also includes a motions day on of a weapon by a alternates ,
one of which
State Department of Edu- any cation estimated a new high
Keith Marshall Jones, 17, Jan. 29, a docket day on Feb. prisoner. Each were grantedthe cation. could give the low bid[ to school would cost. for ::1
income
5, and a criminal trials week right to a public defenderand either tax help.
driver of the 1955 Chevrolet; starting Feb. 12 with Judge are to be arraigned. -Secondly, the final set of contractor. Completion of Phase 3 will :1It
In which the boys were rid- George L. Patten,home county Leon Corneal Holston char architect's plans have not yet Architect Don Morgan's recommendation enable the school board to demolish -

ing received severe lacera- judge presiding In each In- ged with aggravated assaulton been approved by the State to the school old B'Building Phase Reason 17. You help .,
The board after his evaluation of 'C' 8Il get on your tax returns ff
tions over his right eye and John Lee Bonner with Board of Architects. 3 wUl sit where old Building -
right cheek. Two passengerIn stance.Monday's docket of sentencing sharp Instrument. A public a board does have the plans now, the bids will probably deter- demolished last summer. from the IRS. Free Our averajip( fee was about '0 d

the car, Paul Brown 15, and arraignments Includes defender was appointed by mine which contractor wins stood for some 60 years. 12 dollars last year. But I think you'll feel more

and Jimmy Brown 17, were some cases from last year, presiding Judge John A. H. wife. the Three job. other bids were In other action at the school comfortable! coming to us. You'll know we're doing S
board last
serlouly Injured{ and trans- meeting Thursday,
but are based on Infor- Murphree. 27 Arnold escaped -
most On December
entered M.E. Elkins Com- the best to
ferred from the Starke hos- : the board: we can save you money on your taxes.
Flo- mations filed by the state attorney's from the county jail by pany with a$403,945 base bid, --Was told schools After r
of county all business
pital rida Medical to the University Center. office last week, in running over the jailer and R.B. Gay Construction Co. will receive a $125,562 Increase we want your again, next year. )

keeping with the effort by the hiding within a mile from $379,000, and Clyde Knowles, in Minimum Founda- 1
court to provide speedier jus- CUBE that night Deputy -
Later :
the jail. Contractor $392,700.
tion
Jones was headed north on Program funds In 1973. :1i
tice under Article 5 of the new Glenn Moore spotted Arnold -
The four alternates four
US-301 In the Chevrolet when are: --Approved an Increase In
the truck !In front of him Florida Constitution. In the Handy Way Storeon brick[ screen walls two at the Interest and Slnlng Fund ._ .
Cases scheduled are: Exec Street (SR-16)1n ,
Brownlee
slowed to turn into the truck Phase I and two at Phase n, budget of$16,682Authorized .
Willie Jack Wiggins charged north Starke and called for entrance walks, sign, brick- ,.. I
stop, and the car hit tie truckIn -- that proceeds + .
with carrying a concealed Arnold when ,
the rear. assistance. ran work, etc. at Phase II; deletion of the recent bond sale pledge
firearm to be arraigned.Wiggins NamedHarold Deputy Moore entered the ] of all science lab case- ing race tract tax certificates t

waived the right to pub- store and hid In some bushes work (entered in case the bids will be Included In the budget.Dond' .
Paul Brown treated here
was lic counsel. In vacant lot In back of
a were more than the funds bud
ceeds totaled $412-
for head Injuries. Jimmy Bernard Carter, charged C. "Pat" Farnsworth the Handy Way store, formerly geted); a new catch basin and 250.. $16,682 was transferredto n
Brown was treated for mul- with breaking and enteringwith Jr., of Starke was appointed Davis Grocery. lie was drainage piping at the west the Interest and sinking
tiple superficial lacerationsand intent to commit a mis to executive directorof and without
found recaptured side of Phase I, and a well- funds and $209,000 budgeted .1
a broken arm. All three demeanor. It is in question CUBB Economic[ Agency, violence by Starke Patrolman

are back home now and in whether or not a public defender Inc., by the full CUBB Boardof Scotty Rhoden. point The dewatering school board system.budgeted for--Heard the new and accepted BETS building.Principal [OO&KlBLOC ; :

Rood condition. will be appointed. Directors.[ Arnold Is now an Inmateat $411,000 for the new 15,000 Jim Hobbs recommendations I

Charlie Gorman charged The appointment was made the Lake Butler Reception souare foot building[ which will for improving custo- THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
The driver of the truck was with breaking and enteringinto effective Tuesday, Jan. 2. Center of the Florida State be constructed on the north dial work at Southside Ele-

Robert J. Stephowskl and own- the home of Gilbert Gold- Prison after pleading guilty side of the present new BHS mentary School. The.board 118 NORTH WALNUTOpen
er of the truck Is McCormick wire and public defender will Farnsworth recently grad-
a Jan. 4 to escape and to pos- construction. It is the first agreed that a full time maid
Highway Transport Incorporated be appointed to him. uated from the University of session of cannabis[ a type of the new buildings to come be employed for the dura- 9 A.M. To 6 P. M. Monday Thru Saturday Phone 961-B7B6
of New York. Elsie F. Wodey, charged Florida In Business Administration of hallucinogenic drug usedIn r rJ
in under the board's estima- tion of the school day, autho- NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
with grand larceny, $200 from majoring In accountIng the same manner as mari rized
The car, according to Pace, the Division of Family Services and graduating with honorsIn juana. Arnold was sentencedto tion.When Phase 3 Is completedthe in storage the kindergarten compartmentsbuilt and j
traveling at 65 mph and Is In if he December 1972.
was It question two years for escape and new education complex at first grade rooms and okay- 0000000000000000000
the truck at 25 mph at the will have a public defender "I believe that the CUBB to one year In prison on the BETS will house 1,200 student ed periodic spraying for
point of Impact. appointed to him. agency has a highly Important drugs charge, the sentencesto '
spaces, the amount recom- roaches except enlarged thatto ONLY THE VERY RICH
Damages to the car were Kathryn Guion charged with role to play In the four run concurrently. mended by the State Depart- include all schools. i .
estimated at $300 and the possession of moonshine County area It serves," says Lane Is still being held in
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truck $100, according to the whiskey and possession of Farnsworth. the county jail on charges of 0000000
accident report. containers used in bottling "I am glad to be associated escape and breaking and entering MAGNETIC SIGH HEADQUARTERSA CAN AFFORD CHEAP :

moonshine whiskey. She is to with CUBB; I look forwardto lie was serving time
A witness to the accidentwas be sentenced. working with the agency for several breaking and en- ( Division Of Bill' C. B. R.dlo Io! Equip.) AIR CONDITIONING

Mrs. Otis Forsyth, of Henry French is to be sen- and I hope to help it continue tertngs in the same cell as SIGNS MADE TO ORDER ON THE ,

Hampton.The tenced on charges of carry the good work It Is doing with Arnold. PREMISES WITH 72 HR. SERVICE Quality Work Doesn't Cost It PaystBROWN
to
taken
three were ing concealed firearm aftera the ow-Income people in the Starke police first came in
Bradford County Hospital for pre-sentence investigation area." He said that he believes contact with Arnold when they THIS WEEK ONLY 7 WORKING\ DAYS REFRIGERATION

minor treatment and then was ordered. good communication Is stopped him for traveling down 10% Discount On All Types Of Letters In z
transferred to the Medical Charles Patrick Faucett the key to working together, the wrong lane of traffic on AIR CONDITIONING
Center In Gainesville. Joe Browning Robinson, stating that he would like for US-301. When stopped, Arnold eluding Script At No Extra Charge :;,
Keith Jones was charged Charles Dillon and Ronald the agency's work to be known 3I
had no license but said it was MAGNETIC SIGN HEADQUARTERS WEATHERTON' HEAT PUMPS
with careless driving, by Leece each are charged with and that six Is his desire to at his hotel.
State Trooper Pace. from Florida State work closely with local BUI &! Joy Dowllng!
escape Police escorted Arnold on 226. S. Walnut
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St. Starke .
This was one of three accidents Prison. The three are to be government, church, and civic the way to what turned out Phone 964-8346 Nite 964-8361 96 -7731 ,.

during that week near arraigned. groups, adding that he will be to be an imaginary hotel. .
Starke where people were ser- Alfred Charles Smoot char available to visit and speak 'rr3r"eIIaNAD .*.

iously Injured or killed. ged with auto theft, break- with any of these groups at ..
any time to acquaint them

to with answer the work any of questions the agency they, B 101'a fnid-wihter clearance' S PHT

may have, and to explain the N TV
GAINESVILLE Importance of community input -

to the success of the ef- i 1101 I onLrutr

forst of the agency. --.1 HrrtpxriLridL- J.l=! _
Mrs. Elaine McBride who CLfel trf ril COMP' .
L.T-
Business Directory has served as Acting Execu 20" APARTMENT SIZE IDeTAL. SVLBCTIONS
FIRST WITH | r MOB I It a HO MBS
five Director of the agency ELECTRIC RANGE THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST

since the resignation of former O (Left)

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES director Nelson R. Rlog e Apartment size only 20" 13.7 CD. FT.
in July 1971 will remain with Q"o ., Avocado, Harvest .-
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the as Administrative a I FROST FREEREFRIGERATOR
BRASINGTON Johnson& Faro, Inc. agency Noenlroforeolor
( Assistant,
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS-. A native of Tampa the 29- $14995
Insecticides P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS (left)
SALES S, SERVICE Farnsworth was .
Fine selection of Used Cars married In March of 1969 to Even too Wilh Trade c h_ need Refrigerator defrosting:: 1 1, 102 Ib. front never

Taken On Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders Miss Brenda Jane Lewis of t' '- Twin porc.loln' criip.rs & porcelain

2001 N.*. 13tH Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 Starke and they have made r-,,,, e Available refrigerator In Interior White, Copper, Avocado, rIle r
their home In Starke for the Harvest Gold.

BEAUTY .ACADEMY GLASS past four years. Mrs.Farns- 36Ae 111 I..

worth is a teacher at the 30" ELECTRIC Trade-in

POWELL'S LIDDELL Bradford Middle School. RANGE (Right) i Allowance up lo % 40 00
Farnsworth is now servingas ,
Beauty Academy Lilt off ov*n door
a member of the Starke .5 position lurfac NO A* Low Al

Learn a Profession In Your Gla s Company City Planning Board. unit calved controls units -- EXTRAStJ"-
Lift surfac units .
Sport Time. Full or Part "Glott For Every Purpote" with up romovabIR drip FOR COLORS

Time Store Front > Mirrors pant Whit : With Trad

219 N.W. 10 th 378-2766 Tub Enclosure Shower EscapesPlague '

Furniture Tops Gloss $16995 ------- I
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Replaced Even late With Trade e .I

EIECTRICMotor .NEW LOCATION /
Range Available In Copper OSCR K-oIl'
Avocado or Harvest Cold at SI 79.91 698E
Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville

SheriffTwo ;,..,
372.8191 372.1102 30" DELUXE .ur
ar I I Irl
Gainesville.. Inc. e a o ? I
ELECTRIC RANGE LIBERAL ; =- .:
Repairing Rewinding Santa Fe Tractor jail breaks plagued t.
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( left)
N.w And Used newly elected Sheriff Dolph C) 9 eft e Oven timing clock TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE =
_2jM N.w 6th Ph. 372-8318 LONG Reddish In his first week In Hi ipeed 2,700 wall ee.
surface unit* for Your Old' Refrigerator Trode'In Must Be I
MOVERS Farm & Industrial Tractors office, but all three escapees, Infinite heat surface less Than 10 Years Old and In Acceptable
Hydraulic Hose & Fining one who broke out twice, are unit controls Working Condition. .
Whlre. Copper, '
Long Distance Bolts all Siset Steam back In custody.As Avocado, Harveit n
Moving a result of the escapes I IO I l r
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Storage Packing I Cleaner & Chemicals Sheriff Reddish has cancelledall $19995Even 9.6 CU. FT.REFRIGERATOR. '- l'' ll
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Solo & Service
Crating Shipping visiting privileges of prisoners I
lest With
Free Estimates Call at the Bradford County Trade __ -_
Pick Up & Delivery (left) 1_

4488 .N. W. 6 th St. Jail.Roger Arnold, for the sec- r : 37 o'bd', .Freeier., I

ond time, escaped January 4 Chiller tray 4B"REFRIGERATOR
Colne.vllle!! Flo. along with Boyd Lane. The I .. Egg White storage 11.6 CU FT

two were picked up in Calla- '
Regular $1895
MUSIC t '
Van Service, Inc. han by city police there after 64BE l. y i I Trade-In' (Above)

the Bradford Sheriffs De PORTABLE DISHWASHER ,,,,, I Allowance up to S 30 00 : Auto defrost refrlg section
C'ville 86 Ibs
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd.
lero drgn.rea.r
BALDWINPIANOS radioed a descrip- .
partment (RigM) ..ldg.ln'.lo, all porcelainWhite
Two r. .l action 'I Lew .
372-4271 v jot washing $16995With Avocade. Harvest Gold
tion.The Auto wafer l level control .
AI. No OMtra ehqor color
A ORGANS pair escaped by saw- Auto d.t.rg.nt cup
AUTO SALES SERVICE Ing two bars from their cell -Ono,,* I Trade Regular $239 93

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS with a hacksaw blade smuggled Now $16995 l "- --- c Ark About Allowance Trade-in' ) up to $ 4000

CMS. INC. Into the Jail. They dropped Even leti With Trad 330AUTOMATIC I
from the Jail wall and escaped i A, low
$19
iPlNu. in a car owned by Lane's WASHER i 7emf Ar, 995
(Ilrfll') 0AR
MUSIC Co. All Porcelain With Troll
) Water Temp.
: 1 Cycles: -II" Lp..oi.n.114.B: CU.FREEZER FT. CHEST

Grille Shopping Cen. How $19995 .,....".. -. -----------
Authorised _
Fectory 372.5351 Know Someone)In ACKBSV .
PontloeSales Evon Leo With Trod. (left) .. .
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Ports>Servlce I e Stores 513 ... .roan food i -
210 N. Main Gainetville, Flo MOBILE HOMES REPAIRS Space saver model r"'

372-2583 .'SERVICE ? -' r71\/\ /\ .e Gliding Built-in lid wire lock basket -

TRAILERS I"., Meelle Meats y r

l.f.,lr t Snf n.i, Inc.Authorised sa -
Have them call the CRISIS

Dealers CENTER:: any time day or ELECTRIC DRYER 97AW $19 9 EVEN 95 LESS --

For EvonslnterthemSiegler night. 804 SW 2nd Ave. (Right) I WITH TRADE

2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. Heating 4. for help with a variety oflife's : Permanent 140 Minute press timer 11.6 CU. FT. UPRIGHT f

Gainesville 376-069] Air problems. e Porcelain drum
Conditing FREEZER
Salet-Sef vice-Rental t Equip. e Upfront lint. filter" 1

Rental at law at $/.30 per Supplies AwningsAir PHONE *149 95 e Stores(Right 406) Ibs. froi.n food

dayHltchart Instolled Com e Porcelain liner
Conditioning Installed 3764444 12. Even less With Trade TIED Cr e Removable wire basket 78U
pUta Rc.Vah. Service Dept. $<50 Up

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I i Inadvertantly, my lasts :;;::::::::;::xxx::: ::::*:::*:::*:*::: SENIOR CITIZENS on Jan. 9. We missed all of :;:;
LAWTEY By Elizabeth Terry .: column to The Telegraph was ::::;:::::;fffffffffffffA:::: :: ::: ::: ::::::: you who couldn't attend. The
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not printed. Since then we have weather was cry bad and we
had an Executive Board and -Joe Kerrigan! understand why.: \sincerely
regular Meeting of our Club. hope you all get well soon
CHURCH SCHEDULES Mrs. Glen Starling Mr. and friend Mrs. Winifred Allen, This Is a combination of my local level. We depend on lems and we, the Bradford asst. Lillian Pasqualc are We are looking forward to seeing -
Grace United Methodist Mrs. Danny Jackson, Mr. and won't be able to come to last article and what Is pertinent our elected officials to giveus County Senior Citizens Club, battling every day of the year you and to continue our
Church 9:45 Mrs. George Shuford and family Lawtey for the time being. up to date. consideration and do whatis are also able and willing.All for us. A car can't run with- efforts to Defend the flights
: Sunday Services School 11 : Mr. and Mrs.Pry ant Red- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson Our Sick Comm., Pete and right. former members and our gas, neither can the State of Senior Citizens.
am. Worship MYF a.m.7p.m. dish, and Mrs. Evelyn Nor- are vacationing with their' Lilly Johnson, delivered 48 We received a booklet from those of you who have been Organization run without Our next meeting will be
and 7 Monday
followed p.m by Choir Practice man were dinner guests of daughter, Mrs. C. K. Cowa$. pairs of wash cloth slippers the Social Security Administration thinking of joining us, NOWIs funds to keep you Informed. Jan. 23 at 1 p.m., Pratt St.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling In Jacksonville; their sister made by our members and through our local the time. Make up your Our Executive Board laid Kec. Center. Come along
Sunday night. Mrs. D. B. McCullers,/Sr.In cards and candy donated by representative, W.P. Fisher, minds to be counted. You ,out plans for lour next six we will have a ball.
Highland Baptist Church: Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs Winter Beach, Uiel/': nephew Pete and Lilly wishing the also other Important data. The need us, we need you! You :months activities.
and Tammy of Jacksonville, and niece, Mr. tutu Mrs. "The will not be It's all to
Sunday School, 9:43 a.m.Wor- patients in our local Nursing; title of the booklet is sorry. We extend our sympathy r ,a.There's
Services 11 and 7p.m spent Sunday with their par- Lynn Law and their sister, Home a Merry Xmas. Great ]Hospital Insurance for our benefit for a better Bill and Hazel Richards! ,
ihlp. Prayer Meeting a.m.Wednes- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mrs. Nellie Goodrich Johnson I received an invitation from Puzzle" written by T.D. life with dignity for the eld- House Chairmen who arrived
followed Dobbs In the hospital at Vero Sen. Lawton Chiles to a State O'Malley1.State Treas., Insurance erly. home from !N.J.: very 111. Also -
day 7:30 pun. by Mrs. (Hester ]Hicks her Beach. In Pompano Beach they Conference on Aging at St. ,; This should be Those of you who have been Mary Allen, Vice Pres., nothing sacrosanct:
Choir Practice.
daugher, Mrs. Wm. Wolfe and visited their nephew and niece, Petersburg,Jan.12,to discuss read by everyone not only receiving the Congress of Sen- who Is In the Hospital with about the
calendar.'h
INCOME TAX BOOK Bill visited her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Colie Goodrich vital questions concerning the senior citizens. Copies; can ior Citizens Newsletter it Is pneumonia Ernie and !Nora \ )' nol
AVAILABLE HERE Mr. and Mrs. David Auge. and their great nephew and elderly of our State but I be had at our regular meet- now time to subscribe to this Grider who were Injured Ina change it so the New:' Year
"Your Federal Income and friends of Fort Myers, niece Mr. and Mrs. Archie was unable to attend because of ings. The Field Representatives worthwhile paper. which Is car accident, Jessie ]How-
Tax Internal Revenue Monday to Wednesday. Calhoun at Miami Springs Illness in the family. of the S.S. Adm. are working diligently for us.. It den who was badly bruised by a would start, )logically, on Super
an
Service booklet giving infor- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Euniceof At Goulds they visited Mr. Our Club has taken up the ready and willing at all times, only costs $1 per a year and fall and to all others who Sunday?
mation on how to fill out individual Graham visited their par- and Mrs. U. S. Bethea. Their question of Health Care and to help you with your prob- Pres. Max Friedson and his have various ailments
Mrs. Willa Mae Bas-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold sisters Transportation with our County .
1972 Federal tax
returns -
Eunice Saturday night. sett and Mrs. Ruby Pritchard Commission Bradford
went on sale Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee at Islam arado. At Lone Key County has received $217,800In
Jan. 15.Mrs. visited their parents, Mr. and they visited their nephews, Pat and Florida
Revenue Sharing -
Jeanne Lee Lawtey Gordon L. Peterson, In and Bill Bassett. They will
Mrs. will receive $146 million A ir Handles
postmaster, said that postal the Jacksonville Saturday. come home from there. this year. We proposed thata Engineers Now
purchase
customers
may Mr. and Mrs. Edwards
Rev Lester Austin, Rev. Roger Health Clinic be organizedIn
booklet at the Lawtey post office -
of Jacksonville were
Raymond Caudlll Eugene which would be
County
our
for 75 cents per copy. Austin Mrs.!Nellie: Wilkinson guests of their parents, Mr. the center for Clay, Union
The booklet was preparedby and Mrs. B. L. Wllkison Sr., Admiral
the IRS to assist taxpayers Mrs. Daisy L'och, and Mrs. Bradford and Baker Countiesto Appliances.See .
In preparing their 1972 Irene Austin spent Friday at on Sunday. Another guest was take care of the elderlyand
the Medical Center to be near their granddaughter Debbie preventative medi- ,
tax returns and gives many poor
Brownie Austin. Napier, of Forest Lake Academy with-
cine. This comes partly
examples: illustrating how the
tax laws apply to the Indivi- Mr. and :Mrs. Hermle Kel- Orlando. in District 25 from which
Mrs. Ada Justice and chIl-
dual ly and Mr. and :Mrs. A, P. Frank U Williams was elect-
taxpayer Hallman of Keystone Heights dren of Melbourne is spend- ed. Frank is working closely Don Brown Or Neil Elder
ing some time with her uncle
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PERSONALSMr. attended the concert at Ste- and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. with the Fla. Council on Aging Admiral Products.
Prices On
and Mrs. Hermie Kel- phen Foster Memorial at Leonard Norman: so that she headed by C.W. Prultt. We For Unbelievable
ly and Mrs. Truby Wainwright White Springs on Saturday. support Frank wholeheartedly -
can be near her father Brownie -
visited Mrs. Loca\V'hlttenand who is In the Gaines- in his endeavors on our
Austin Air
Miss Dora Johnson in Lake :Mr. and Mrs :Morris Kelly ville Medical: Center. behalf. Engineers Inc. And Admiral Appliance
Butler on Sunday l and children attended the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Pad- One year ago I returned from
Guests of Mrs.James Tres- funeral of their uncle George the White House Conferenceon
gett and daughter of Middle-
ca, of Keystone Heights on Hodges Macclenny: Sunday burg were dinner guests of Aging with the convictionthat /Is A Winning Combination
her afternoon. had to work throughour
Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylorand we
sister, Deepest and local Govts. on
brother-in-law and sympathy of the family Sunday evening. state
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee community' Is extended to the Mrs Vaughn Prescott of the problems facing us. We 1 C Mi i South On
and another sister Mrs. H. Reddish family in the loss Kingsley Lake called on her have made a start. Frank "Drive A Mile/ And Save A Pile",/ "'
,ext To Homes
R. Wetzel of Denver, Colo. of their husband and father parents, :Mr. and :Mrs Leo- Williams Is our spokesmanand Longchamp
Mrs. Ruth Johnson and :Miss Bryant Reddish who passed nardorman: and the Carl we have spoken on the
Arthurine Blanchard visited away}' on F'rlday.Mr. Normans on Friday. .
her sister :Miss EnzaBlanch- : and :Mrs. Wailen Sap! :Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. North
ard, at Baker County! Nursing and Leslie of Jacksonville, and family of Jacksonville,
on Tues- were guests of their mother,
Home at Macclenny
of
dinner Mr.
were guests FOOD
day.Friends of Brownie Austin evening:Mrs A.. C. Pearce, Saturday family and :Mrs on S.Saturday L. Swindell and were and EveryDayLowPrice | | EveryDayLowPrice

he under- Mrs. \V'm. Wolfe and Bill
regret to l learn that overnight guests of their mo-
went surgery In the Gaines- returned to their home in
ther, :Mrs. Edith Swinney.
ville :Medical Center on Fri! Wilmington, Del. on -1'riday Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Boy- CENTER CUT Pantry FAIR
day. after a visit with her mother -
ette and family were Friday
Mrs. Avie Pearce and :Mrs. :Mrs !Hester Hicks, and overnight guests oCfro! and REGULAR GRIND
Floy Bennett visited their cousin the Glen Shufords. :Mrs Charles Allen, of Val- SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
:Mrs. :Matte Starling and Friends of :Mrs Blanche 1
dosta, Ga., and visited friendson SUPERMARKETS
family! of Macclenny on Fri- Phillips of Waynesvllle, N.C. Sanirdav.Mr. .
day afternoon. regret to learn that her mother : and Mrs. Robert Lee COFFEE STARKE'S32O
Mrs Lois Carter, Mr. and :Mrs. Allen, had stroke visited their father, GordonL. S. WALNUT ST.
Mrs. Earl Denmark and fam- and Is seriously ill in the
Peterson in the Veterans
ily, of Atlanta Ga., Mr. and hospital. Mrs. Phillips, and Hospital Gainesville, on Sat- 4 "

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: and Mrs. Cecil Hardee
ATTENTION ADULTSG. and Denise spent the weekend < with their mother, Mrs E. A. US DA FOOD STAMP
Stephens of Lake I'annass- I coUPONSBONELESSFLORIDA
E. D. Examinations will Be Given offkee near Ocala.WISH .

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":.."'"_.':".,. 1' :r"--"; :;: :: ':' ';..-.x.m1U"",',, ''''''''' 2' ; "."..'$:f<>""_:>""."",,-'>'-':.>..>..)1',.,....',..',<.:o_;' ;;.,,,,.,_,,!,,,...,. ,',,"'Qt :&___' ,w""' !f> _:u f.'m=a yq':*o/'W r'1i'y.'=W-'< v. Resurrection The funeral ulll mass be held of the at ..qIf b

10 a.m. Wednesday in St. r.d- :)
1972 RainfallIs ward's Catholic\ Church with

Rev. James Cregan conducting +
3 r VIrn
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NORTHSIDE BAPTIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 12 InchesAbove A Christian Wake Service -
[ CHRIST
JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF JESUS
held at 8
STARKE CHRUCH was p.m. "
BAPTIST MISSION CHRUCH.STARKE OF LATTER DAY SAINTS A
SundaySunday verULt': Tuesday In Jones Memorial HIGH ,SOT I: .
School 9:45: Intersection of Highways 16 U.S. 301 North behind Tastes Sunday--Church School, 1404 E, Bessent Road Fashionable!
: 11 (North Chapel, followed by Intermentin flare l legs and clip-fastcypd
at ) 11.
a.m.Iorning Worship ; and 225. Frees Drive In, Sunday 9:45: ; Morning Worship at Family Home Evening-Mon 1972 was a wet liar for
sermon: "Spiritual Exer Sunday School 9:45; Morn- School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Nursery provided.WednesdayYouth. d Bradford County, with a total Crosby Lake Cemetery. shoulder straps enhance .The-"
denim look of these knit -
cise" Bell Ringers Group, Ing Service at 11. Evening Fellow- Primary-Tuesday,4:30p.m. cmcralls +
Inches rain
vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer : of 75 1/2 of recorded in a cotton blend Mv I
5 p.rn.; Church Training, 6:15; Service 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- ship, 7:30 p.m.ThursdayChoir. Wednesday- Relief! Society in the -month(:! period :':':::: : : : :': ::: : : : ':':'::: Carter's, they're teamed viMfiia

Evening Worship at 7:30: ; ser- Service 7:30: p.m. Rehearsal 7:30.: -- almost l 12 Inches more ;1jr ; : j ; cotton! turtleneck prinfori.

mon: ""Rahab- Woman of -Rev. James T. Parrish day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. 7:30: p.m. Thursday- M.I.A.-7:30 p.m. than the 50-year annual aver- Cord Of ThanksCARD | with musical notes

Faith. Grlffls associate --Erik T, Johnson, Minis- 8:30 age of 63.92.Seventyseven. W1 \ \\Oll
pastor. Sunday-Priesthood, ::::::::yWra:::::: ::: :: :::::::: :::::
Monday Youth Ensemble NEW RIVER BAPTIST ter. fires were ::::::: : ::: : ::::::::::::: ::::::
a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m.
Practice, 6:30: p.m.; Youth Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng SMYRNA MISSIONARY Evening Meeting 6 p.m. Sa- reported l IJ.v the Forestry '.er- '
Choir Practice 7, Worship 11 a.m. Training BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTON BAPTIST crement. vice in 1972, with a total of OF TII. \"S

TuesdayYoung Musicians; Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday CHURCH -Jesse D. Branson Branch 447 sues burned, Causes:
Music Makers, 3:30: p.m.; G. ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night. Services: Sunday School, 10 Preisdent. of the fires were: '", lightning We wish to express to our
A.; Bell Choir Practice, 4:15: service 7:30 p.m. Everyone a.m. Preaching a.m.Train- Sunday School 10 a.m.; .}, smoking; 23. carelessness Kind neighbors and thoughtful:
5 Morning Service U a.m.Bible; friends our heartfelt thanks!
WednesdayActeens, welcome. ing Union 5:45 Evening LONG; BRIDGE BAPTIST ; 37 incindlnry; 3 railroad -
p.m.; Family :Night; Supper -Jim Countryman, pastor. Worship, 7 p.m.p.m.Everyone Study 6:30 p.m.; Evening Ser- CHURCH ; 4 due to children und- for their many expressionsof xetst
K. A vice 7:30 p.m.Wednesday sympathy The beautiful
1Prayer; Meeting, -, welcome. Sunday School 10a.m. MornIng er I 12 playing/ with matches,
Officers BETHEL: BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer and offerings food and other kind
and
::30; Teachers -Wilbur Dyess Pastor. Worship 11 a.m Evening etc; and one fire related to ubAsk'
Aeetlng, 7:15: ; Church Choir Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Bible Study 7:30: p.m. equipment use nesses were deeply appreciated. -
Worship 7 \Vednesda
: Practice, 8, Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening LAURA BAPTIST -Melvin Hamel Pastor. Everyone welcome p.m. During the period Jan,1.15, The familyofJimmyiticks

-James T, Brock, Pastor Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer Sunday School 9:45: a.m. CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS -Rev. Robert Mats ten, pastor 1 1973, tto county received a !

Meeting' 7.30: p.m.Wednesday. Morning Worship 11 a.m. CHURCH total of 2.29 Inches, approximately C \lm OF THANKS 1 Charley
{ He\. J.C. !
Saunderspastor. half of the 4.33
FIRST UNITED METHODIST Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. aver-
'STARKE Midweek Bible Study Wed- Morning Worship 11 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST age for January Three fires The family of Ore late Mrs.I a t4
School LAWnCOiHEGA110NAL: ; ; were reported In the same Alma n, Houston would like E. +f
Sunday- Sunday 9:45: HOLINESS CIH'RCHSunda. nesday, 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 pm. AT MELROSESchedule
a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; Be in church Sunday. Thursday night Prayer of Services: period!: one barn fire, one to. thank their many friends,
Youth Choir Rehearsal, 5 .\' School 9:45: a.m.; -Lester Austin, pastor. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. field file, and one woods fire who have been so kind and JohnsAbout

p.m.; UMYK snack supper Morning Worship 11 a.m. -David Hodges, Pastor. Morning Worship 11 a.m. (all Incindlary.) with only one thoughtful of us during our :
6; UMYF meetings and recreation Youth Service 6 p.m. EvenIng MORGAN ROAD Evening Worship 7 p.m. acme burned. bereavement. i For cards, let- t

6:30 Worship 7 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH GREATER BETHLEHEM All other evenlng-8 p.m. ters, beautiful flowers food, This Question ::1!

WednesdayMidweek Prayer Tuesday Prayer Meeting Sunday School 10 a.m. FREE WILL BAPTIST words of Inspiration and whatever ru,:

Group, Chancel Choir Re- 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship at 11. Train- CHURCH member of the Lawtey i5ap- you have done to helpus. "I want $50,0001U11,00 J j

hearsal 7:30: -Rev. W.B. Chauiice, pastor ing Union; 6:30: Evenly Service Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sun- Hnunt Reddish tist Church, May God ever bless you, auto liability insuranceto: :

Friday Children's Choir 7:30.: day School 9:30: ; Morning Surviving are his wife, Ethel -The I'amily.. protect: me against/ lhj e
Rehearsal, 3:30. ednesdayPrayer and Worship, 11 ; League 4 p.m. Bryant Reddish, 70, of Lawte Drawdy Reddish; one daughter high court awards being/
-Rev George L, Harper, ST. EDWARD CATHOLIC Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. Night Service, 6 p.m.-Rev. >, died Friday Jan. 12, following Mrs. Mary E. Pons, Tallahassee lie will he our guide for made today in auto injury!

Pastor CHURCH. STARKE --IeBob Cooper, pastor. Jasper Williams, pastor. ] a sudden illness. lIe ; one son, Ray Red- c\er.-I''Iulm:01( : JH:11): ) cases. Ice your agency!

Father James Cregan; pastor nas a nati\e and life-long dish, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. There is within mu a iruid ro\ide for quarterly or
MADISON STREET DED.XX BAPTIST CHURCHBROOKER EVF.RGREEBAPTIST: resident of Bradford County, Eve Baldwin, Starke; and five lug Spirit of truth, a voice oi monthly installments' .pn

BAPTIST CHURCH and operated a cattle ranch grandchildren wisdom. As listen to thi insurance "
premiums?
we
Saturday Mass, 7 Sun- CIIURCIISunday : iw
p.m. '
Sunday School 10 Wor-
Sunday School, 9:45 Morn- a.rr. at Lawtey. Funeral services were heldat
; Mass 10 a.m. Holy Da School 10 a.m. inner guidance, \ve find ourselves "- ll7
Ing Worship, II; Church Train- day ) ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 :Mr. Heddish was a mem- 2:30: p.m. Sunday In the
Mass 7 p.m.Confession. Training Union 6 Morning Worship at 11 a.m. thinking, saying :and Charley E cb
Ing, 6:15 WMU Prayer Circle, p.m. p.m. ber of the Cattlemen's>O- l.awtey Baptist Church with .
Saturday 6 -He\'. Lacy Conway Sunday night Service at fi:30. : 'doing things that are right, at
7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: pastor.Pr."E cl.-uion, and served on the Rev E. C. llarvev officiating Johns
MondayYouth Choir, 7p.m. p.m.School Wednesday night prayer Hoard of Directors of the Interment was In the the: right time in the ,riirhtvay. Agency :;'
TuesdayBible Study, 10 of Religion: LEVEL: BAPTIST meeting at 7:30.: I Farmers :Mutual Exchange, Woodlawn Cemetery at Mac- \ Through the guidance of
Grade School Sunday 11 Sunday School 10a.mMorn. -Cecil I E.:: Crawford, Sr.pas- 131 So. Walnut St ir.l
a.m.; Girl's In Action, 3:30 ) and of the Florida Farm Bu- clenny; with De\Vltt C. Jones :Spirit within UI't': are dirtced -
a.m. to 12 noon. ing Worship 11 a m Pre Ser- tar one 964.5070 ">b
committeeman Funeral Home In charge
land reau. He was a II I to make right choices: and
7p.m. vices (Booster
School-- Wednesday Young
p.m.Wednesday High '
Prayer Meet- with the USDA, and a
vise decisions.: :
Miss- !People, and Prayer Service),
Ing, Business Meeting,
6 p.m. EveningVorshipip.m: i
Ion Friends, 7:30: p.m.; Adult
Midweek Service, Wednesday
Choir, 8:30.: KINGSLEYLAKE 7:30 p.m. Rev.ohn Strickland,
ThursdayBible Study, 10 BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor. 1

a.m., 7:30: p.m.Denton Sunday School a.m.Morning -

Sumrall, Pastor Worship at 11. Training FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Yoalji: Hunted/to kea/i

Union, 6:30: p.m.; Evening Raiford Road & Weldon tit,
STARKE CHURCH: Worship,' 7:30 Prayer MeetIng Sunday School, 10 a.m Morning -

OF CHRIST 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Worship 11. Sunday Evening : -
Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- -- S.C. Cuthbert, interim 7 p.m. Thursday' night I
ship Services, 11 a.m. and pastor. 7:30.:

6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- -Charles Thomas, pastor. EVANGELIST
nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH

Class, Thursday 11 a.m. BROOKERFLA.Rev. BAVLESS h HIGHWAY
Church located one block weston Jim Temple pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH .:r.
SR-16. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron
School 10 Ken-
Sunday a.m.
J.P.II. Bell, minister. Bristol, Superintendent.
neth Ellxson director. Morn-
Training Union, 6:45. Lowell Ing at 11. Church
PINE: HILL CONGREGATIONAL :;- Douglas, Director. Worship Worship
6 Gerald Nor-
Training, p.m. LesterRooffOUADTET
METHODIST CHURCH Services 11 a.m., 7:30: Midweek -
director. Evening Wor-
Sunday School 10a.m. Morn- Prayer Service, 7:30.: man
7 Mid-Week Prayer
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Lavern Ouiaw: music director ship, p.m. -
and Bible Study 7 p.m.
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- .
ship, 7:30: p.m. Rev L..L. JD Robinson pastor.

Grlffls pastor.GRACE CHURCH OF GOD lIEILBROBAPTIST: : and the

BAPTIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 }N.;

Highway S-100 A Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. .

Sunday School 10 a.mIorn: Worship 11 a.m. Sunday- Morning Worship 11. Train- "ONEYBEE

Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Evening 7 p.m.outh :Night, ing Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening

Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Service, 1:30. Midweek Prayer -

ship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Meeting Friday, 7:30: p.m. Service, 7:30.:

Pray er Meeting 7:30: p.m. -.-Rev. M.F. Fussell, pastor -Rev. L, Tommy Howe pas- V f

-Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., tor.

Pastor. .. ............u.u... ................... .. .._.........................................'.'.''..'..u..'.'..'..".'.-'.-'...'.'.-'.-.".'..-.'.-'...'...'..L'.
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CHURCH LAWTF.Y OF, FLA.GOD 1i1 RADIO EVANGELIST LESTER ROLOT TO :j __ 'f

Schedule of services: Sunday SPEAK AT HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH : .
School 10 a.m.Iornlng: I, \
Worship at II. Evangelistic '' LL. lire. Brother Ro ;
t g:: Radio Evangelist Lester Ro- gIrlS now -':'
Service 6 p.m. Y 1'1and loff is also the founder and::;:: _
:Sloff::: of the FAMILY ALTAR
Prater Meeting each Wednesday :: director of the FAMILY ALTAR -:::: h a ,
7:30: p.mHev.. Vain ::-:::: BROADCAST which Is;:: v Z-
Kight. Pastor. heard in north-east Florida;::!::
::::
10 First
iji;;Oth at a.m, at the w
!:;:::: Baptist Church of Hampton over \\A\RADIO, 550 KHz,:;: +
ST. MARY'SCVHIOLICCIIIUCII! from Orange Park, Florida.-::::
::
*::Featured In sacred music har-
MACCLEN.V.:: in itstwenty'ninth ::'
The broadcast Is
now :
Sunday Mass, 12 noon. holy ::ijmony:: will be the Honeybees and Is heard:i: r
:;
:::Quartet of four girls year ; / lfr' 1 1s
::;: a group HEARD DAILY ON THE + .
Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. ::;from the Hebekah Home for on more than ninety radio s ta-::::::

:;!: Girls. Evangelist Roloff was tlons across the nation as:::::s "FAMILY ALTAR BROADCAST"at + '
well as in the Virgin Islands'and ::: ? r
II.\MPTOCHRISTIAN :::: born at Dawson, Texas, in :::

CHURCH ::: Navarro County, on June 28, At Hawaii.the Peaceful Valley!r:::;:: 6: 15 a.m. Monday through Friday & ," '
Si9H. been in the mln-
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ::: lie has w'
Home in the Rio Grande Valley -:-:
11 Evening iijlstry::: for thirty-nine years.
Ing Worship a.m. there fine of::-; ::13
are groves 11 Saturday :
through
: : a.m.-Monday
Worship 7.James Shaw :::Brother Roloff (as he prefers : i
:::' t '
pastor. ::': to be called) took his oranges, grapefruit and tan- y' ',flPrY ,
gerines. These are supplied:;!: "
::: ; over -WAYRADIO // 550KHz IyA .
Univer-sity to all the homes months :
many ;; -
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ;;
Sunday Service Sunday :::board in this manner the first of the year. Down at the Light-::?:: "Your Channel of Blessing"To -, ( .

School 9:45: a.m. Morning ::::three years of his stay there. house on the Intracoastal Canal --;::
the men do a great deal;!: .
:: '
Worship, 10:45: a.m. Evening ;:vile: also attended Southwestern
;::: Worth for of fishing. The workers there:::
8 Seminary in Fort
Service 7:15 p.m.'outh
Group ,Meeting: Sunday 6:30 ;:Sthree::: years. He has lived in supply all the homes with}!;:: reach the church auditorium drive east from U. S. 301 on State Rd. 18 for about one half mile towards Hampton.The .
the:::
fish especially during
,
p.m.J.C. :::::::Corpus Christi for the past summer months. All of the:::: church is located on the north [Ilefti] side of the road. S.R. 18 intersects U. S. 301 between Starke and Waldo.MHFT .

Brown, minister ::::twenty-eight: years. Twenty- homes have vegetable gardens -::-::
:ijijslx::: years of his ministry were
and some have cows,!;:!:
::
;:::spent In pastoring churches
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ;::;:::and the remainder of his thlr- milk goats, chickens and tor--::;:

Sunday Worship School 11 10 sum.a.m.; :':Hty-nine:: years ministry has keys.Brother Roloff has held :::;;J:;::
Morning long D
Evening Worship, 7 p.m.Wed- ::::been in full time evangelistic the conviction that "Christ:::!: D (P
::work. oooooo
nesday Prayer Meeting and i-j:; Brother Roloff founded two is the Answer". His persuas-::: ooro @ ro

Bible Study, 7 p.m. Young ::|:;rescue missions and has ion is that as declared in:!;: D w 1lOa.m. =
Monday :
Peoples Meeting every Hebrews 10:38, "Now!; the just:::
for
homes
|;::founded: five people -
7 p.m, :;::; in need of help. The CITY shall live by faith". As much:::;!::
GF.! Prevatt, pastor. :i-OF:::,: REFUGE is located at as Is possible with means-::!:

Everyone welcome. ::;?::Culloden, Georgia and is for afforded the ministry from;:;:
friends the rule has been ::::
:: ,
:;: alcoholics and narcotic ad-
". him that cometh ;if:I = ==
unto::,
CHURCH
HOPE BAPTIST Is = =
:-: The ANCHOR home ,
: :
me I will in no wise cast:fl::;
(8 ml. south of Starke on :Kfor:: boys and is located In out." ': Come see and hear the testimony of what God
hwy. 100)Sunday xllattlesburg:: Mississippi. The
:'::
;
School 10 a.m. :::;:PEACEFUL VALLEY HOME Pastor Melvin Hamel reports : -
that the Hampton Bap-?;::: is doing through His Son Jesus Christ in the lives '
11 ;
Morning Worship a.m. :.ls:: for older Christians and U I
::
Choir Practice .6:30: p.m. :::::located in the Rio Grande tlst Church has recently expanded -.::}
Evening Worship.7:15 P.m. ::::Valley near Mission Texas their missionary glv-':::: SATURDAY =_ of redeemed young people who were possessed by I

Prayer Bible Study .. Wed. :::The::: LIGHTHOUSE li a place ing to Include the work off:::: --
} Brother Roloff in their regular -!:;:: nOPE SEX and SIN but are now indwelt by the
7:30 ::located the Intracoastal
: p.m.Rev. on
::::
Merle L. Packham, :Canal::: about forth miles south a very budget.comprehensive The church home haiS:;!:;: \January2Otti = = Holy Spirit of God and are realizing the JOY OF
pastor. ::::of Corpus Christi. Her boys
f and foreign missions program!::;!:
:::::and men in trouble find a : THEIR SALVATIONI! t
in operation at this time. if-:
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH {home. There is the REBEKAH
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng HOME FOR GIRLS located In For further Information::;
:
:
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contact: Pastor Melvin Ham-:::::
11.Training Union : Christi Texas where c
Worship :Corpus :
el I Hampton Baptist :? J
7:30. Church
6:30. Evening Worship : + approximately one hundred Phone 468-1666 :::j
:
-Rev. Jim Black, pastor. ,::f:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;: :;:;:::::::::::::::::: :Xi"t.: ::: ; .;>.<::;: :: :1;


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Committees Named 1 I ITo .. .'.




Tackle Keystone's I I SUPER PET2Y1 SAVINGS }I




'Big Four71 ProblemsCommittees I'Ladies Coats: and Jackets t. ., ):}J'",,'j;1! '.r:::



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to tackle the I unfair Police Department : ,, Q I
City; or Keystone's "big four" 'j [ Committee; will probe the pos- :::: \\\.E\

pointed problems by of Council 1973 were Chairman ap- xi t I /' ,.. .t ,I Ir sibilitles of future reorganl- :::: 4111 50 %
r zation to meet the needs of ::::1:1a
Everett Fox at a special meet- Jf ..
I growing community. ::j ar ::
Ing Tuesday night. j As a first step toward sol:1:::

Faced with a projected rapid j .' ving the sewer system pro- |: 111!
growth for the Keystone blem, It was announced that :::::
area during the next two decades It a public meeting will be held :::::
Fox left no doubt the ; i h,,7. at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. :: :
council must "get with [it"and i ..,! .1. 23, in the city hall to hear a :;3: Ladies & Girls Ladies :111
come to grips with problemsIn report of the Gainesville engineering :::::
four specific areas. Com- .Y ( firm employed by :::::
mittees named to meet these ( the city; to make preliminary Sj:: Sweaters ::111
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challenges were: y surveys and other groundwork '< Blouses
In connection with this project : -, '
--Sewer System: Major r The general public,both i;::! ill
nay Starnes, chairman; Bill within the city limits and sur- $: r
Cole. rounding area, is invited to ::::, O")
--Annexation: Gay Livingston ., attend this important meeting. :ij ijIn :: ( II
chairman; Roy Watkins, other action at Tuesday's ::: :-:, 3 3 % W\U
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Ltility Tax: Fox, chair- meeting the Council: ::: :.::.:
man; Ed Tlmmins. Lengthened the City ::: 3 .:..:.
Police Department: Watkins New Counciltmen Bill Cole (left) and Ed Timmins Clerk's hours from 9 till 12, i:;: :.:.:.:.
chairman; and Cole, discuss chart showing projected ropid growth of Keystone to 9 till 1. :::!
member. --Discussed, but took no ::::
Briefly outlining the duties Heights area action, on changing city electIon ::::
of each Fox said the Sewer the next three or four months; some time after the sewer procedures to allow councilmen ::: Mens Knit And I
System committee will the Annexation Committee will vote; Utility; Tax Committeewill to run in groups Instead ::::
groundwork for a referendum promote this issue and plan continue to work for anew of all-together, as at r::::
to be held on this issue within for a referendum to be held structure to replace the pre- present :::' Polyester Dress S acks 10 % \j

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Keystone Hilites Into the first city class park condition.tennis courts .::::|::: hI

I !! -Heard airport manager ::::;I Mens & Boys I}
Barney Cam discuss needs at :::: MENS ;
the airport Including Improvf:::
By Linda i Wharton Ph. 473-4907 or ed runway lights and Hashing :::::1 JACKETSLadies j'1

COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN : Lt. Afarllyn: Mullls: will pre- In the nine hole play with signal.--Accepted the low bid of ::::::::1 Long Sleeve. Shirts jjjj jjjj111I'.11III '
Putnam comingIn
sent the program at the Bertha Mae of $3- '
Baldwin Chevrolet Co. ::: .
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The Executive Board meet- regular PTA meeting on second. Vlrglna Corey 275 (with trade) on a new po- :;:: '. 1 .' ::::
of the Community Church Thursday night, 8 p.m., Jan. came >In first with putts :: ,UIIIIiIIt '
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Women will meet at the Edu- 18 in! the school lunch room. and Louise Nelson, second. car. :: J % JA' la :
cational Building Monday',Jan. This will be an Interesting Due to the bad weather the Meda Coltman =i: 33V3 r! 2

22.men are All urged officers to,attend.and chair- program urged to and attend.all membersare has last been couple no Thursday of weeks play, there but ':.:;': o ? I x, -- I..

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KEYSTONE WOMAN'S CLUB: DUPLICATE: BRIDGE weather permits. of Park-of-the-Palms, Keystone :ij: ::
The Woman's Club will hold A tie for first place in the Heights, died Thursday, :::
their monthly covered dish duplicate bridge game Tuesday PERSONALS Jan. 11, after a short illness :,:I Ladies CHALLIS ]11
luncheon, Tuesday, Jan. 23, Jan. 9, was between Mr. Mary Ann Duke of Keystone She was born In Sandusky, 3:
at 12 noon. The programfor and Mrs. C.W.lIardy and Mrs. Heights appeared on the To- Mich on Dec. 14, 1895. ::i
the day will be "Cla Bill Bartlett and Mrs. Fran day Show In Gainesville January Surviving are two daughS::[1 PANT SUITS 1i1i
cis Mlerick with 76 points 8, on Channel 20. She ::
Electric Coop"a slide presentation ters, Mrs. Lucille Banks of ::: NightwearLadies ::
presented to the Second place was won by Mrs. did a country comedy mono- Clinton, Mich., and Mrs. Gloria ':::: --r ::
ladies by Larry Horn and Gar Livingston and Mrs. Ray logue and was then Interviewed Lolzeaux, Centralia, :::; ,
Charlie Hutcheson. Sterns, 72 points; Third,Miss by the hostess, Patricia Wash.; one brother, Clyde :|::::1 ONE 3rd OFF 1111
This should be a most interesting ha linger and Mrs. R.P. Rodgers. Conely of Arkansas: four sisters ::;:.: :.:.
program and all \ogh, 70 1/2 points; Fourth, Mrs. John J. Brennan of Mrs. Elna Chisholm, ::: ...
members are urged to attend. Mr. Francis Mlerick and Lake Geneva Is in Alachua Mrs. Nlda Ferguson, and Miss :ji:i1 .; '''' i 1
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Jim Pierce 66 points General Hospital, recuperating Blanche Conely, all of Detroit :::: a. P I II
AREA GRADUATES Winners of the Thursday from surgery received ; and Mrs. Olive Ner- :::: I
FROM SJRJCFtttyeight night, Jan 11, bridge club were Jan. 8. I understand she Is doing son of Arkansas. :j:::! '1 '. 111
students grad- First, :Mr. and Mrs. A.V. fine and will soon be home. Funeral services were held ::::: & Jr. %
Bannister with ;55 points; Second Mr. and Mrs. Harold Law- : /25 I
uated from St, Johns River In Detroit DeWitt C. Jones :if:::1 ::111
Junior College at the end of Mrs. Pale Boyd and rence enjoyed a visit fromCon't Funeral Home was in charts: :::: h
Term I, according to C.L. Mrs. W.J. Groltck, 49 points; of local arrangements. i i: Skirts 1 1glNUlnl
Overturf, dean of student affairs Third, Mr. and Mrs. :Mike ( to Page 14) ::::1 ::111:111I

Falkel, 47 points; Fourth, . :::
Mrs. Pat Fraher and Mrs. . . . r
those graduating, 52
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received an associate In arts Bill Terry, 41 1/2 points. ::: l IIINWaWgI I,
degree, and six an associateIn LADIES GOLF I tlllulH li I,:
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science degree. '
their monthly
The ladles held .
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luncheon meeting on Jan 4 '': ,Ilutl, ."",., ::::
stone Heights area were: :
Golf and Coun
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DwIght R. Arnold, Jr., Chris- try Club with hostesses, Ber- 1i
tine Marie Head, and William nice Worley, Rae Allen, and j ;
Warren. Those from the Vonclle Ketch serving around YOUR r
Green Cove Springs area:Joc- 30 girls. i Price rS I
Bush, G. Lowell ;
qwin hlltonJr.TheresaAnnCrockett Leigh Winners for the 18 hole play .
Rae Allen Second I
were: First ; C..CKIIG :
and James Buford j1
Evelyn Helse; and putts
Jett Melrose area: Connie
Glenn Morris and Olga Gilman were Lois won Walker by Bernice came Worley.In first ld.I "
KEDS j
Westmoreland. Also list- 'II I TODDLY WINKS
ed was Mary Ann Graudon of f{
Day Care Cent'rTo

Starke.BAKER COMMISSIONED: Be OpenedBy :.:::'I Velour Grasshoppers I II

IN U.S. AIR FORCE KH
Owen Baker, Jr., son of BaptistA t 'J
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graduated er Bachelor of last Lakeview of Science December In Drive Busi-witha Keystone long-time Church Heights may dream First become of Baptist thea THAN SAFER I 1/3 Off I:

The Rev. Law-
ness graduation Administration., he also received Thedayof rence reality Carroll soon. pastor of the CASH i r

a commission In the U.S. church, announced recentlythat L i I: ;

tenant Air Force as a Second Lieu- Care the Center church next will month.open Day r --..:::::::.. ::: 10 BIG DAYS }

Owen will leave Feb. 4 for Children from Infant to preschool for ti j i I
shopping a
eligible for When are
ages are you
Keesler Air Force Base In
enrollment the center. According : Jan. 18 Thru 27DUCKY'S !1 1
Biloxi, Miss., for eight weeksof .
Carroll, registration r.
Personnel Officer School. to Rev. earlier this major purchase or traveling, j. N N N
He will then attend a Bible began :
Conference the first week In week and can be made by call- amounts
why risk carrying large
April at Bob Jones University Ing the church office (473- :
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t before assignment reporting to In his New permanent Jersey -- Highlighting the children's of cash. With a check I.D. card, r :#

Lt. Baker will take day at the center trill be a
charge of Personnel, Administration carefully planned recreation programthat and your checks are honored everywhere. i STORE ifaWftSftratttfKWR
Includes r::
Housing and TrainIng -
Full time
duties of the 772 Radar story reading. '
.y Squadron at Glbbsboro Air chUdren will have a noon meal KeystoneState I! i "..
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'I PTA NEWS from Hours 7 ajn.of the to center 6 p.m.will, Mon-be Bank '! Keystone Hts. Fla. \\j,1

the day through Friday ParenU :,::;:,
The executive board of

1\\ Jan Keystone 11 at Heights the school PTA They met working other nearby In Gainesville cities: will have and Member F. D. I. C. Keystone Heights, Fla r, Sorry No Charges Exchanges Or Refunds. m'
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I president discussed made the budget plans to and meet the Keystone sufficient time to pick to return up their t "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly f,: You May Use Master Chrg Or Bank Americard 1
their place o< "
children from Community. Ei '
with the finance committee 'ri
"Drop-In"ser
before the February meeting vice employment.will also be available. . . I.:.;': J JKestne
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::: t Keystone Rotary Inducts Tw New Members I
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.:':. new members were Inducted stone, was also Inducted at University of Florida. lie tural Firm In Green Cove
::: Into the Keystone Rotary this meeting. As a Rotarian, married
the former Bobbi
Club at the luncheon Frank will follow In the foot- Springs.
A
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Bastedo, home town Installation
1 a girl After the cer-
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meeting on January steps and
they have four children, emonies, Jack Bridges spoketo
j James Wily Bell, an elect- Walrath, Jr., grandfather,
Stephen, Beth, Sharon and the club about forming
t 11 .. I rical Frank Walrath Both a
:: engineer and a new mem- M. Sr. Mark. Frank Is associatedwith Greater Clay County Cham-
..j t a M ber of our community, movedto of the latter were charter Don
Architec-
Morgan's
ber of Commerce.
! = Jacksonville from Attapugis members of the club, with
ka Ga. in 1930,attended school F'ran's father serving as pres-
r.: there and married Wilma B aI- ident In 1949-50.
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::, ley.Frank M. Walrath m, a Jan. 9, 1936, attended
i. long-time resident of Key- Emory at Oxford, and the NOW OPEN
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;::; First copies of the 1973 Teleeranh rolled off this new cent owned by Jim Wilson, also a partner in the prlnt- TO fSAVE !
::: 4-unlt Goss web fed press in Green Cove Springs two corporation.. Other partners are Donald Dockery of n
::: weeks ago. The Telegraph's David Hodges and John Miller, the Lake City News-Advertiser, Grover Ford of theJacksonville" '
::: at left, look over a copy. Head pressman Brian Crosby Trend, and Richard Holt, publisher of the
:::: is at right. At rear Is pressman Eddie Marrero of Starke. Jax Air News-Latwinger, the weekly newspapers serving 10J
:;:: The January 4 paper marks the first time since the NAS Jacksonville and MAS Cecil Field. *
L ::f:: Telegraph converted to the offset method of printing in With such an investment involved to print a news- It Makes Good Sense!! =m
:;:: 1968 that the Bradford newspaper has had an Interest In paper today it has become prohibitive for II single weeklyto ;
;::: a newspaper press of Its "own." Recently five northeast own its own press. It takes less than half an hour, for
_:::: Florida weekly publishers, Including Telegraph Publisher instance, for the 4,250 copies of The Telegraph to roll Jm
::::: E. L. Matthews, formed the Florida Crown Printing Cor- off the new Goss. You Can Get In On The Action With A Minimum '
:::: pOration. In Florida Crown Printing the five publishers have toi
::::: With an Initial investment of some $90,000 the group one of the first cooperative efforts in Florida, the cooperative ,: ::: has established the printing firm's home offices at Green being a way to beat the high cost of one news- Investment Of Only $2.50. 13ia
:::12 Cove Springs In part of the plant of the Clay County Cres- paper owning its own press. \
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?ji? London !flu is spreading on winter storms oren't Oetting y
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} the Continent. A CommonMa
Passbook
:|::: Market means sharing every- a+e more things that won t.. Savings Earn Compounded Daily Interest At
}: work during them. .cf

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j1 FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN .el Per Annum On A Certificate Or 5 1/4/ % Per Annum

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::: Cricket-Shinn...-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS :,lJ 1, ;
!ifj Minnow Plumbing & Electrical Supp. Earn 6% Per Annum On A 2-10 Year Certificate oi
Gro-Tone Fertiliitrt The real Mrs. Duke Mr*. Lonuel Lamebrain With f 139S
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LICENSES AMMUNITION 3
jj Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd* From Light
ICE Of Mary Ann DukeMrs.
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Keyttone Hgt 473-4357
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Mrs. Duke Is the former
I::;: : FURNITUREGIFTSLake COUP. Billy J. Duke of Key-
I Ann of Archer
:' stone Heights says that like Mary Tompkins A
most women, she likes to"talk" daughter of Mr. and Mrs.E. .
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Geneva TV Service Center ( First 1
Formerly Federal
Savings & Loan Association
.:..: but Mary Ann (as she L. Tompkins. She is mar- Of Starke)
Furniture -** is known to her friends) is ried to Billy "J" Duke, son -
t QuusorTV making it an avocation. of Mrs. IIa Duke, also of u.
';1: Gift & Candle Shop STEROCAR Since she was 14 years old Archer. The Dukes have three I.i i
:::1 I AND PORTABLE she has been performing coun- children. Iffilnn&t GUARANTY FEDERAL '
:::: EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL try comedy monologues at 1
various functions and events
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::: Name Brand Furniture AND throughout Florida and in the O( .. -. --
; RESIDENTIALSeeley some cities In Georgia. Mary /dm&. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
i:1: I Mattresses Sold AIR CONDITIONING Ann was recently the featured "T/ie I/OIM/ ? Of Sittings" n?
1 SALES & SERVICE guest on the "Today in 10= STARKE
OFFICE
+,: Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva Ill
Gainesville" program where .,
Savings Insured
By The Federal '"
1.j. 1 Ml. East of Key,tone Hoti.REALESTATE KEYSTONE 473-4651 she was interviewed by hos-
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tess
Rogers and told 395 W.
MADISON ST. PHONE 96 -5000
I 1 MOBILE HOME viewers that while in college,

11! Richard T. Lovorn Wont to tell your Mobile ter she guild was a and member performed of a week thea- C You May Also Make Deposits And Withdrawals In Gainesville At Guaranty Federal's other Offices

:::1 Home If you hove a l buys ly for ambulatory patients ata
"You runt win l
Rag. Real Estate Broker by tryingto
:f::. Mobile Home Broker will Tampa hospital. Recentlyshe the "' 220 N. Main 3501 W. University
j 1 LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and has written some poems even ncore.
'': Insurance detail for a brokerage and short stories that she
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h::+ RESIDENTIAL f&Jj- F.(10, % of the ell- uses to perform as comedy
!? monologues, too.
BUSINESS ,
ACREAGE
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: Ing price. more Mrs. Duke also has a more
::fti:::: APPRAISALS callMOBILE serious side and enjoys giving -
lectures to business clubs
.,. Keyitone Hgt. 473-3254 HOME BROKERS and women's clubs. This lec-

:i Edna Knepper; Aec. RT. 1 BOX 350 J ily ture&is Occupational"entitled "LoveFam and the -, Additional power plants< are absolutely essential

::. 473-4111' MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 speech is designed to moti- when you consider the ever-increasing need for
vate husbands and wives to ; electricity Electric power to serve homes and businesses
Martha, A**oc. PHONE 475-1751'
treat each other, and to treat for communications and hospitals and
; 473-3362 their children In such a man-
countless other of life. In fact
necessities day to day
::: ner at home that will createa / .
BEAUTY SHOP _ happier atmosphere for the fJ-i"" the average homeowner served by Florida Power&.
i: ;1 NeW LEONARD'SOUTIOARD entire family, thereby makingthe & Light uses over twice as much electricity as he used
husband more effectivein '
i Beauty SHOP his business or occupation. just ten short years< ayo. New power plants area
! Style Skof -
i Consequently the entire family necessary to enable FPL to supply you with theadequate
=1:1: "For a leveller will benefit and there will "c'' power and reliable electric service you
:::: you"Phone & be less "Executive heart attacks '
have
y every right,: to expect
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;< SALES & SERVICE gives specific suggestions that electric sort'in1. Rtitc; Environmental' protection.
: K..t..o can be heeded and cites case tF '$ Or arithmg chc H'e believe/ you deserts honesr
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GLASTRON AND examples to prove her points. t f fruij/it/ortuiri/amuc'ri i / / try wansu'cr'CJllrmo '
11 HOlghts.: I CHECKMATE She spoke to the Starke Rotary Why
BOATS In November. are t jncntl-ii\lcd< questions lll>//icly. (All

!]s Melroio y Keystone Height, '1.. other\ mil re"cit"'I'enon'll replies/ ) Address your
::;:6 S.E. MCKAY new power' I plants'' t/ut'stions/ to your fatal FPL,Man ger.

CONTRACTORDemarco ?" Knouirig u/wt/ t concerns you helps us dt our
:: And Son This REALTORKoyston. necessary. j job better

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Beat Tough LO 48-45.


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"We won It, quarter and led the game by 28-26. out we couldn't run so we and were pumping" them in
two points 32-30 before the just played a'real! control type from way out.
baby. proudly sta- fourth period started. Vernon "We just played a real deliberate of ball game," Sexton ex- Fernandina tied the game

ted Bradford Coach Barber made the jump ahead type of ball game. plained.in up at the end of the third
Mike Sexton after I points when the score was I knew with the people we had the closing minutes quarter, 41-41, outscoring
Alvaughn Golden sank four Bradford 19-12 in the period.It .
his Tornado pagers .' of five foul shots.Vernon Barber was not enough, however, as

edged 48-45 by Live had two of three and that Bradford pulled it out, 5351.
"just really Iced things up
Oak In a tough Flo- ,. for us." Score by quarters:

i rida Star In \ Able Williams was at the EHS17 12 12 12-53
game \1 1t charity line with three seconds FB -. 6. 15 19 10-51
Live Oak Tuesday left in the game on a BRADFORD (53): Williams
night.The wo shot foul. He made bothto 7-7-21, White 1-1-3, Henry
3-0-6, Hodge 1-3-5, Berry
c. put the game away for the
b /1 win puts Bradford at Tornadoes."It 2-0-4, Newsome 5-2-22, Se-
7-5 for the season after los-' well 1-0-2. Totals 20-13-53.
: was nip and tuck all FERNANDINA BEACIK51)
ing 65-43 to the Orange Park
Raiders Friday night and then the way," says Sexton. The Jones 3-2-1., Richo 4-4-16.
/ coming back and winning In biggest lead was Live Oak'sfive McIntOsh 6-6-18, Glover 1-3-
Fernandina Beach 53at- point margin in the first 5, Gauthier 2-2-6, Hall 122.
urday. quarter. "Defense again was Totals 171751. '
Orange Park controlled the ,the main thing."
Newsome will not be
from the Willie PARK GAME
game sound of the ORANGE
first horn and held the Tor- playing for the Tornadoes as Orange Park threm up a
nadoes to one of their worse he decided to graduate at the devasting full court press in
games of the year. semester. "lie has been "a the first quarter Friday night
0. The game Saturday night definite asset to our team. and completely humiliated the
was an exact replica of the Score by Quarters: host Tornadoes by the score
BUS 16 14 12 16 48
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battle with Fernandina a week of 6543.
beforeexcept this time the LO 11 13 6 13 45 In the first half the visit-
t Tornadoes turned the table and BHS- Williams 7-2-16\ Barber ing Raiders had more steals

i L took the game. 2-6-10, White 1-0-2 Gol- than Bradford had points, as
; In Live Oak "they came den 0-4-4, Hodge 4-0-8, Se- Orange Park took 35-14 halftime -
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through In fine fashion," says well 4-0-8. Totals 18-12-48. lead and coasted on from
Coach Sexton who took only LoMixon 2-2-6, McDan- there. In addition to the Raid-
seven players to the game, iels 3-2-8, Perry 4-2-10,Cook ers' tremendous press, their
A mad rush for the ball ends with Orange Park in possesion in Friday night's three being out sick with the 5-0-10] Randolph 4-3-11. To- zone defense was nearly

massacre as the Raiders rolled over the Tornadoes 6543. flu. The three out were Ma- '' tals 18945. Impregnable as Bradford was
lachi Henry,Wayne Berry, and (;y Bradford will meet with St. made to settle for long out-
Augustine at the Bradford gym
Eddie Blalock. side shots.
One of the major causes of Friday night and then travelto The Soloman brothers Leon

Indians Roll 7063To the upset win over Live Oak V iil Palatka Tuesday Palatka night South to and Sam, paced the Orange
was the fact that Bradford hit meet with the Park attack with 17 and 14
for three more charity shots Braves. points respectively.Mike Jen-
than the Bulldogs, hitting 12 This Bradford eager catches an Orange Park re- Jayvee games start at 6:30: kins added another 13 for the
of 17 for 70 percent while the p.m. and the varsity game visitors and Webb 12.
bound, performing one of the few good deeds for Brad.
Beat opponents hit 9 of 16 for 56 follows at 8 p.m. Leon and Sam :Solomon:: had
BellKeystone's ford last Friday night.
Tough percent. Able Williams poured In 21 two straight buckets each as
Bradford went to Live Oakas points Saturday night as Bradford Orange Park jumped to a quick
a decimated team and was snapped a three game 6-2 lead In the first quarter.
the underdog of the game due losing streak by edging Fer- Malachi Henry narrowed it to
Indians went on in the December IndianBulldog
the Koch Win
remainderedthegameBellwould Conner
to the condition of the team. nandina Beach 53-51 in a Flo- 9-6 on a 15-footer with 2:20:
warpath again Tuesday night
,
be able
not to recover
game. the condition of left in the first .
Considering rida Star Conference battle. period.It
against the tough Bell Bull- Indian the ball and
from
sharp shooters Bobby hawking
the team it the then the Orange Park
was probably was
dogs, scalping them 70-63 in Hurner of Indians The night before Orange
and Larry Turknett shooting Hurner
biggest win of the season for defense went to work. The
a rebound win after KIPs four scored 23 Games In Park raided Starke and
and 22 points, respectively Turknett, Burke, Don Win- the Tornado cagers. Opening Raiders held Bradford score-
game winning streak was bro- In leading their gate, Robin Henderson, and "We humbled the host Tornadoes
had remainder of the
only seven boysat less the
ken by Suwannee River Con- team 65-43. Saturday night's win
to its sixth vic- Larry Vaughn.
practice Monday but hada period while they riddled off
ference powers Branford and !Number: of field put Bradford back above the
tory against six losses. For- attempted Bantam Basketball In
spirited practice and the eight straight points. the
Bronson earlier in the week.It ward Tony Burke led all re- goals in the first half shows .500 per cent mark with a
boys showed a lot of deter- final 30 seconds of the per-
bounders with 12, snatches. why Keystone led by 20 at the. .. *. 6-5 record.
was the second time Keystone mination. < -.t iod, the Raiders stole the ball
half. The Indians attempted 50 The 1973 Bantam Keith Kelley hit the wicker The game was an exact rep
had played the Bulldogs. Highlighting the game for the ;: AbieWllliams.ited thp-Tor- Basketball awayfrom the Torna-
lica of the battle with ler-
First encounter was back in Indians was a "steal the shots to only 19 for Bulldogs1", nadoes in the scoring depart- League' opened league play for 16 points, Robert Edmon- does three straight times and
December when Bell was a ball" spree that began with Rebounds also told the story: ment against LO with 16 points ''Tuesday, January 9, with Con- dson 10, Steve Brookcr six, nandina a week before only scored six points to take a

64-52 victor. The Bulldogs'' 2:59: remaining in the first only Keystone 9 for Bell.pulled down 26 to followed by teammate Vernon ner Insurance and Koch Drugs and Kevin Miller four. ending.this time In both with games a different the Tor- commanding 17-6 first quar- ..

Mike Harrington led all sco- quarter. Withe the score Barber with 10. scoring opening game wins. For the losers Dinky Kilby nadoes out to ter lead.
Bell outscored KII 13 jumped an early
rers with 35 points in that knotted 9-9, Keystone's half points in the last half but by it Big difference in the ball The opener matched Koch and Stu Raj burn had four lead, but in the first, Frank Malachi Henry opened the
game. But this time it was a court pressing defense accounted was to no avail.The rampaging game was post man Dannie Drugs against Starke Build- points each and Mark Reddishtwo Mcintosh pumped in two free second quarter with a 20-foot
complete turnaround. Harrington for several Bulldog Indians freely substituted and Sewell. He replaced Curtiss ers Supplies: and Koch came points.In throws after the final buzzerto jumper to break Bradford's
was held to 17 points, turnovers and allowed the Indians were never in serious trouble. White in the second quarterand out on top 20 13. Both the first game Thursday lift Fernandina over Bradford scoreless streak. The Raiders
over eight points below his to score 15 consecutive The seemingly close from that point on just teams had difficulty hittingthe Jan. 11, the two teams that had 56-55. then came roaring back with
season's average and less than points. Bell failed to score for point margin of seven about dominated the game on basket In the early going lost their opener met and both Saturday night It was again their awesome defense and
victory
half his total point production nearly 5 1/2 minutes. For not an indication of the true was the boards. Sewell led BHS and at half time the score was played like! they wanted to even McIntosh who was to decide stole the ball four straight

".,:""""""""",'.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.:.,.!.'.!.'........;.....:.:.;.,.:.::.,.:.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.!.!...!.......................................,.,.,.... Indian-Bull Pup game. with 12 rebounds. tied at 6 6. Koch outscored their record out as the game the game's final outcome.With times as they scored
:, Score by Quarters: "Once we got board control Builders 14 7 in the second went to the wire before Brand- two seconds remaining and 10 straight points.
KII21 17 16 16-70 that made the difference In half for the 20 13 win. Ing Iron squeaked by Builders Bradford leading by two, the Since Henry's bucket earlyin
If..N.O.T..C..E..III! Bell 9 9 24 21 63 the ball game," said Sexton. Wade Winkler was the high 20 19.Builders. Pirate went to the line for the period, five minutes
I KII-f Turner 9-5-23, Wingate Bradford trailed throughoutthe point maker of the game, scor- led at half time two shots. He had previouslymade elapsed before the Tornadoes
2-0-4, Grayson 2-1-5, Ketch first half going Into the ing 12 for Koch's. Mike Ste- 10 6. At the end of lie( six straight but this timeit could score again on a five-
1|; We Repair Most Business Machines I locker rooms down 24-20. wart put in six and Jerry third quarter Branding Iron was not to be as the Tor- foot jumper by Abie Williams.
(See Page 11)) BUS came back in the thirdBill's Lock two. had a two point advantage nadoes hung on to win the Al Berry then added another
; :: I For the losers Billy Lundy 16 14 and went on the one squeaker 5351.Williams bucket before Orange Park
|j 1 Typewriters (Portable & Electrics) if had seven points, Mark Swain point win. went on another scoring spree,
C.B. Communications Stu Rayburn the game's was the game'sleading this time it
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had four each, and Danny Hll- leading rebounder with with two seconds remaining in
Ing Iron Restaurant and the
I We Pick-Up & Deliver 1i f restaurant team was clearlynot debran had two points. 14 while IS'i111eNewsomealded!: the half. With Orange Park
the effort with 12 points.
PUMA. *- 2 a match for Keith Kel- For the losers Ricky Johns leading 35-14 at the half, the
:! ''f I 151.27 ley and his Conner teammates had eight Mark Swain six McIntosh paced the Pirates game's final outcome was
:1 i STARKE TYPEWRITER All 23 Channels PearceSimpsonlW"hT", Soon after the open- Handy Edmondson four, and with 18 points while Frank never in doubt the final two
Ing jump it was evident Con- Billy Lundy one. Rlcho added another 12. periods.
:I!! SERVICE11 I 11j \ C. B. Radio Top Mt Antenna ner's would walk away victor- Second game Thursday saw Bradford had a hot hand in Bradford outshot the visi-
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ious. Conner led 22 2 at Conner Insurance outscore
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.:.:.;,:::,:::,:.:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:;:,:,:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::,::::;:;:::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::::::::::::,:::.:,:,:::;:,:::.,.,.:.,.;.:.:.:.:.,.,.,.:.:.:'::: "Horn e Of The Magnetic Signs" 36-10 final. 'teams were undefeated havingwon first quarter lead. Fernandina lose and the for Tornadoes six straight wound points
their but it was up
openers came battling back in the second -
M'Ml tg narrowing the margin by only
-------- evident from the early going
C gOo= period and outscored the
Ogooaoao=Qo==Q Q a QoQacaccc=Qc =c=aaccaaaQ==ga=ca=g=== =Q=a that Conner was too strong. Tornadoes 15-12 to one In the third quarter. In
While Conner only led 12-5 narrowBradford's the final period both teams
Meet Your Friends A I : at half time they outscored the half, 29-22.lead to seven a scored 14 points as Bradford

I II Koch's 19 7 in the second never again could challengethe
.
I "He had the hot hand in the high-flying Raiders.
I half to take a 31 12 win. "
beginning, said Bradford Abie Williams paced the
The Restaurant Once again Keith Kelley pac- Coach Mike Sexton. "In the Tornadoes with 17 points on
Longhorn ed Conner's with 16 points. second half we played steady eight goals from the field and
,,-.. Keith also placed a fine defensive -
ball, but they got a hot handIn one charity shot.
.. ; game, blocking many
I shots. Steve Brooker chipped

'-I .; South On 301 Phone 96 -9987 in nine points, Robert Raiford
)r Dinks Tied
', ., Edmondson Edmondson two four points.and Ricky ,


1 '- .i\\\\ Caught A Big One Lately? Wade Koch's Winkler offense provided scoring mostof nine In Men's I

of his team's 12. Mike Stewart Volleyballmuch
:)'J iJ. li Tell Everybody About It scored two and Tom Lock

t' r 1 = Ji ( y_ one point. Men's Volleyball action better, the results were
--- '!_J -. At The Fisherman's Table. j Schedule: Wednesday January 10, the the same, a big loss. The
, Thursday, January 183:30: Starke Dinks took two games Spikers won the first game of
Conner vs Branding Iron; while Raiford dropped two and the match in overtime, 1816.
4:30, Builders vs Koch. as a result the Dinks moved Raiford evened things up by
-JlW-" -<' .. Finest Home Cooking At Reasonable Prices Tuesday, January 233:30: into a tie with the Raiford taking the second game 15 -6.
:, Conner vs Koch; 4:30: Build- team for first place.In Third and final game belongedto
ers vs Branding Iron. the Spikers, 6 4. with
the opening match of the the time limit ending the game.In .
OPEN 24 IIRS. :iO5 DAYS A YEAR Junior Cage evening, the Starke Spikers the fourth and final matchof
found rough going against Key- the evening, the Starke

Lets Us Fill Up Your Tank At Our Truck Stop Play OpensThe game stone 15 and-dropped 10. The the Spikers first and Dinks 15 downed- 10 for Keystone the match.15-3

managed to take the second The Dink's two wins of the

Next Door While You Have A Meal Or CoffeeMenus ketball 1973 League Junior will Boys open Bas-lea- game but the of the third match and deciding 15 11, evening and gave with Raiford them a dropping 7-3 record -


Consists Of Steaks, Seafood, Chops, Chickens & Dinner Specials gue 18, at play 5:45: Thursday p.m. January match keystone and the by game the belongedto score of two went games to 7-3 causing Its record these also two

Double headers will be play
Restaurant And Truck Stop Under New Management ed each Tuesday and Thursdayat 15-6.Second match of the evening teams The Starke to share Spkers first hold place.down
5:45 and 6:45: p.m. and Fri- found the Dinks going
againstthe third place with a record of
Also day afternoons at3:30: and 4:30 league leading Raifoid
Announcing four and six and Keystone
p.m. team and the Dinks took a maintains the celler with a record
The SCHEDULE: big step closer to first place of two and eight.
Opening Very Soon Of Our New I Thursday Jan. 18: Branding by downing Raiford 15 6, SCHEDULE : Wednesday,

I Iron vs Forsyth, 5:45. Jaycees and 15 3, to take the match. January 24: Keystone vs
Steak Room With Indoor Charcoal B-B-Q Pit : vs Clvitans, 6:45: p.m. In the third match of the Dinks, 7 p.m. Spikers vs Rai-
\ I Tuesday, Jan. 23: Branding evening, Raiford took on the ford, 7:45. Keystone vs Rai-
JAMES CARLTON : Iron vs Civitans, 5:45 Jay- other Starke team, the Spik ford 8:30. Spikers vs Dinks
cees vs Forsyth, 6:43 p.m. ers, and while they played 9:15.: .,1.



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, '- ., ,xi x'fk i+ 'I Hawthorne Humbles Tigers 89-58r i I



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Hawthorne High unmercifully gers 89-58. Reggie Fort supplied the high of 21 points. Score oy quarters:
"A movie critic gets com crushed Lake Butler's Unbeaten and 12-0 the Hornets spark for the Hornets. The "This Is the best game Haw 22 26 23 18 9
, plimentary tickets so he can dreams of upset In Lake Butler controlled the game from 6'6 center dominated both the Weeks ever played. He play- LB13 14 16 13 '
make uncomplimentary re- Friday night, as the se- the outset as the Tigers were offensive and defensive boards ed great defense. He was lIaw.- Roberts 6-1- ,
marks." r- cond-ranked Hornets clob- down 22-12 at the end of the while contributing 21 points, really up for the game, "ac- Brown .4-0-8, Fort 10-1- ,
ra MO SMOtrtdf,5t bered the eighth ranked Ti- first period. .As usual diminutive Everett cording to Thomas. Slater ff-8-15. Brown 10-3.2' ,
% Brown led the Hornet's scor- Pearson 1-0-2, Slater 1 I- .
IYJj Indians Roll.From Lake in Butler played a poor ing pouring in 23 points. Thomas said he is looking Manning 0-1-1, Slater 2-0-4.
},;M i 4 game every department, forward to more meetings with Totals 40-9-89. fill
( Page 10)) with more than 20 turnoversand Lake Butler Coach Jimmy Howthorne, expeclally the one Lake Butler-Perry 9-3-21,
r'i .R. only managing a total of 30 Thomas was upset with the Jan. 26. Green 7-1-15,SIrmones 20.4,
0-0-0, Burke 2-1-5 Turknett rebounds the entire
r game. outcome. "We expected to "I Weeks 5-0-10. Johnson 00.0,
still
T 9-4-22 think we can beat
Vaughn 0-1-1 Henderson
The Hornet
height advantagewas better .
give them a game" them" McGlll 3-0-6, Watkins 0-0-0
challenged Thomas.But
3-0-6
.
Ellis 2-0-4 To-
evident once again as they Boyklns 0-0-0, Young 1- tals 29-12-70. used their board superiority He Praised the efforts of now the Tigers are stuck Totals 27-4-58. ,\\1.

1- -L.. Bell Akins 5-4-14, Har- to set up their devastating Abraham Perry and Homer with a 6-3 record this seasonto Jayvee game: Lake Butler
fast Weeks. Perry tallied team
break. a
+w .- rington 5-7-17, Lamb 0-2-2, date. 65, Hawthorne 60. }<.
j rv L. Phllman 6-4.16, Smith 0- .

0-0, Whatley 1.0-2, Keesee
5-2-12, B. Phllman 000.To- 4

tals 22-19-63. LET .

Another cold night was too
much for Keystone High's varsity -
cage team as its second IN THE m t.egrttpfi
MR/BILL GARDNERHow consecutive "cold night" of
the week last Friday gave
F ou
'9 Branford a 54-45 win. Womc

to Ear He in the week the Indians -

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trained and experienced In all
phases of testing fitting and canneer attack with a total
servicing hearing aid, *. High jayvee cagers the gap to four points still of 41 points.
ended their week of play! win- behind 29-25 at the end of Hurner's 28 points was not
3; Have the dealer test your hear ning one game Friday night the third quarter. only high for the game but
Ing. It's free-and It's sim
very his high of the
also personal
pie. You listen to sounds and we> against Orange Park 38-34,
make an audiogram which Is a then losing 52-25 Saturday Score by quarters: season. The 5-11 senior back-
picture of your hearing pattern. night to Fernandina Beach and BHS-12 6 9 1138 courtman has averaged over
From this pattern we can fit, you 58-46 Tuesday night In Live OP-16 8 5 534 19 points the last six games.
with your a hearing individual aid to problem.4look help .correct BHS Aldridge 4-0-8, Chan- Four of those were victories.

Oak.The weeks' play leaves the dler 1-0-2, Berry 4-2-10, Friday night, Jan. 19, the
at the various kinds of hear Bradford Junior varsity witha Hampton 4-3-11, McMlllian 2- Indians have a return engage-
I aids-from standard body 2.6 season record to date, 0-4, Martin 0-1-1. Totals 16- ment with the conference lead-
models to the new Norelco "8e. 6-38. Ing Buccanneers. This time
the other win over North Mar- .
hind the Ear" model which has
OP Williams 3-5-11 Mana- the Indians will be playing
27 different, acoustical/ adjust/ Ion before the Christmas Holi ,
mints for the most accurate fit. days. land 1-0-2, Bordone 3-0-6 within the "warm"confines of
ting, yet devised. Plccolonlni 2-0-4, Bushers 4- Keystone's gymnasium.Coach
Friday night the Junior varsity -
their 311. Totals 131434.FERNANDINA Stefan Brokas is hoping for a ,
Send for more complete Infor basketballers won "hot" first half to go along
5 mation.We will be happy to send second game of the season
with the warm surroundings.
you our booklet."The Inside Storyof Park In .
against Orange an GAME
Tuesday night, Jan. 23, the
Nerve Deafness ai well as
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Norelco Hearing Aids. Bradford which brought them Bradford's luck wore out In victory over the Maranatha
from a 29-25 deficit at the Fernandina Beach Saturday Commodores, again on the Indians' -
end of the third period to the night as the Pirates rolled home court. CLIP AND SAVE FOR FUTURE USECOOPER'S
f/ore/c final win of 38-34. 52-25 over the hapless Tor-
Orange Park jumped ahead
nadoes.No 9 &m *0L&*&* m& 0i0yi&&T> i*&* r4r4 r*
16.12 at the end of the first one for the Tornadoeswent
Come in now for your free Hearing Test cold Tornado
period over a Into double figures as

.. team. Elva Hampton led the Baby
--------------
Baskets were made by David Reds with nine points. Wayne NURSERY
MAM6wouto It McMillian, Elva Hampton, Berry as usual was right behind -
Wayne Berry and Early with seven points on the
PHONE t Chandler, which helped the board. Early Chandler added

) -.--I Baby Reds stay within four another four points for BHS. AND a''
t ADDRESS points of the Raiders. Score by Quarters:
II In the second quarter BUS +
scored only six points- BHS10 6 63 25
I P f ica(DAie AND.n.vt. ) |
------ four from James Aldridge and FB12 15 8 17 17 LANDSCAPE CO.
ti/TlNESvTLLE/ HEARINGAID two by Hampton while the BUS- Aldridge 0-1-1 Berry A
Raiders widened the gap by 3-1-7, Hampton 3-3-9,McMil- I
CO. two more points for a 24-16 lan 1-0-2, Chandler 204. and
2639 N.W. 13th St. lead at the half time. Barnes 1-0-2. Totals 10-5-25.
'In Sunshine Shopping Center Early In the third quarter FBJohnson 2-2-6 Tanner
Neat To Woolco BUS scored seven straight 3-0-6 Wilson 1-0-2, Molohrls! DOGWOOD Plant A Flowering Tree :

376-0095 or 378-1942' points then allowed five pointsby 2-0-4, Richo 2-6-10 G. Richo ;
the Raider offense at the 2-0-4, Gay 8-1-17 and Tom- 2.49
end of the third period to close linson 1-1-3. Totals 21-10-6 3 tfl4' SaleFlowering
linson 113. Totals 21-10-5.

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The Richard Manuscript"a Idau uRAl County


Agents
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gang of idlers and needy adventurers"Final ;z3 Notebook



( of a manuscript partners In Richard & Pace, English governments. These province would eventually become BY

written by John the first large mercantile concessions extend over the a portion of the U. S. \ v: '
Charles Richard In 1842, describing store In Starke.) whole Territory and usually Many, therefore, availedthemselves Bobby ,
a trip from Jacksonville the richest hammocksin of the
occupy opportunityof 1' rIN
through Middleburg Immigrants are greatly annoyed the country. claiming a reward for the h rG 0 Taylor _.d
and over the old /Newnansvllle In the selection of set- risk incurred in settling a '

Hoad to Alachua Countj. tlements by the various grantsof For several years previousto new region, lest in the midstof Frost and freezing temper-
+
Mr Richard (pronounced Richard land that
was formerly
the close of the Spanish strangerswhowerespread- 0
the topics of conversation
atures were
) was the father of Capt.J conceded to Individuals and
authority in Florida it was ing rapidly over the country, last weekend Many
C, Richard one of the companies by the Spanish and confidently expected that this their inhearent right to the 0'i folks were glad to see break

soil would be lost in the cur- In the summer-like weather

rent of a new population.This e we had been having. Others,
.t r especially those with tender
etHTORlALS therefore, accountsfor % p plants and strawberries, were
the number of
grants con-
not quite as happy even though
ferred in the latter years of
realize that this changeis
... the Spanish Jurisdiction. But many probably necessary andna-
according to the 8th articleof tural.
the Treaty all the conces-
sions made by the Spanish We remember that last wln-

government after the 26th of ten was mild and contributed ,.
January 1818, are declarednull to a lot of problems duringour
It Hurts Too Much To LaughThe and void, which if strictly 1972 growing season. Insects -

enforced, will quash manyof and diseases on all crops
these claims and deprives and plants seemed to be heavier I I

protests of President Nixon's cities what they can and can't expect their many meritorious worthy individuals rights.In of than and usual cause We know more that damage there i

slashes of appropriations are pour- from the Federal government In the was a build-up of mole crick- 1

Ing In from all quarters.The way of help. conferring these grantsIt ets and fire ants during tIle
was not exacted that the year and might cause prob-

State of Florida, charging that We can tell them what to expect-- ual grantees settlement would make the an act-land lems this year. A Countj
upon
fire-
control
to
wide effort
the President has Illegally short- just the same that small farmers they were given as remuner- ants will be needed if these

changed the State about $27.1 million can expect to receive under the can- ation for civil and/or military destructive pests continue to

In highway funds, has entered celled REAP programs, which were service to citizens who increase and spread throughout -
a court suit the Admin'r resided principally at St. Au-
challenging designed to help them carry out gustine. our area.
!Istration's authority to freeze trans- conservation practices thatwouldim-
White clover in our grass
portation grants. prove and preserve the production The Spaniards are essen- pasture on flatwoods soils has
capabilities of the nation's small tallly different from the A- n n iSTi N aCiE Gt MOMrpR been recommended and pushedfor

Walter J. Kautz, president of the farms. REAP was not a govern- mericans in their dispositions. : a number of years becauseof
.
Florida Farm Bureau Federation, ment "handout," as some of the social They character are of and a fond more of ter 13 months' contention, the the savings In a fertilization -
says that cancellation of the Rural Federal Rebels were dispersed and the program and for it's pro-
programs are called, and the clustering together in towns disturbance finally' quelled.The HOME NOTESFrom duction of a quality' forageat
Environmental Assistance Program maximum and villages. Few of them
amount that
partici- '
any Government a critical time of the y ear.
published a
(REAP), which encouraged small far pant could receive under It was $2- endure being isolated upon a general pardon and alloted Your Extension Homl We have said that if you have

mers to practice" better conservation 500hardly a program to make a distant remote farm several miles three months time for the Economics Agent cattle and flatwoods. pasture,
probably from his '
methods, will deal "a devastating man rich, but one which enabled the nearest neighbor, and pass- citizens to return to their / .. n you cannot afford to not have

blow" to many segments of the agricultural truly "little fellows to Improve their Ing a greater part of his time duty, a period too short to clover. We have noticed that
allow vexatious feelings to ( BY KA THY ''BROWN we haven't had good clover
within the :Jr ]
Industry In Florida. soil through recommended practices.The his narrow precinctsof subside. Many', therefore, for the past three or four
own domestic circle.
could not trust these assur- years. We are lookingatsome
The City of Jacksonville, and many brief filed by the State In pro- On assemble the contrary, he moves to ances given them by the Span- All is fields trying to determine
nightly among his As the new Extension Home poultry perishable, so just what has happened. We
other cities throughout Florida, are test of the road fund cuts chargesthat friends and talk of the "an- ish Governor and sought refuge Economics Agent in Bradford care and cleanliness shouldbe
have considered grazing man
shedding bitter tears their President Nixon has inhe- cient and in Georgia. In the following used In the
over no mighty sovereignsof County', I am particularly anxIous preparation, agement, fertilization, and
plight caught as they are In a rent executive power to withhold funds Castile" or join in warb- year they returned, to get acquainted with cooking and serving of poul- other practices without getting -

squeeze between demands from Tal- appropriated by Congress, and his ing forth a melody accom- idlers accompanied by a gang of the homemakers in this coun- try products. Fried, baked, a real answer to why'
lahassee to clean up water pollu- action was neither constitutionallynor panied with his guitar. In fact, and needy adventurers ty. I would like to take this stewed, barbecued or our clover is not producing.
rather than be silent and a- who gladly availed them- opportunity to Invite each of creamed, no matter how you
tion by a certain deadline, and the statutorily valid. (The same lone, he will go talk Spanishto selves of an opportunity. of fix chicken It
you to stop in at my office it fits into any could be that our warm
Nixon administration's drastic cut of thing could be said of his axing of his horse a language San- invading a country they were in the Agriculture Buildingto occasion, so, plan on serving winters have kept our grasses -

funds appropriated by Congress for the Cross-State Barge Canal). cho Panza tells us the animal not privileged peaceably to meet me and chat about an your family taste-pleas- growing later In the year
this purpose will listen to with a most enter and explore. For such homemaking problems you ing chicken soon. and holding our clover back,
Nixon administration slashes in the profound attention??'? was the jealousy' existing In might have. Since I arrivedin or it could be the hot tem-
the minds of the
Spanish authorities Having trouble stretching
Ot These are just a few examples of name of economy have also affecteda Hence, but few of these at the time, they. Michigan Bradford less than County two weeks from your food dollar these days? to peratures a minimum.hold clover growth
the cries of dismay that other grants have ever been occupied would not permit an American '
are coming number of state agencies that ago, I have found everyoneI One sure way to cut costs .
from many sources Indicating thata rely heavily on Federal grants, Including or even definitely I surveyed to cross the confines of have met to be very warm without losing nutrition is by *

fight-to-the-finish confrontationIs the Department of Health and their locality can the province. Their forces, and filendly. I appreciate the buying chicken. When buying If
only be established by elaborate however, were too much weak- you are a cattleman and
developing between Congress and and Rehabilitative Services, and the descriptions In their Pa- ened by' the past year's con- welcome I have received, andI chicken, look for birds that missed the meeting last

0()) -President Nixon over the division of Department of Pollution Control. tents. Many of these are so unsatisfactory test to enable them to drive am sure I will enjoy work- are fully fleshed and meaty, Thursday night, you misseda

upowers reserved to each by the U.S. ,as ,lo render, back or oppose these interlopers ing here. I especially want well finished and attractive good program on common
to thank the Extension Clubs In appearance. Fresh chickencan cattle diseases that bother
Constitution.The almost Impossible to substan- who spread themselvesover
Gov. Reubin Askew said at onetime tiate the claim. Such has been the Alachua country', inflicting for the Coffee they gave In be stored In the refrigerator many' cattlemen this time of

that he was considering the possibility the case with one of the most desolation and ruin my honor last week. It wasa for one or two days, year.
Ironical part of the situation of joining a suit with other states Important concessions In the among the Indian settlements. wonderful opportunity for or In your freezer for up to
Is that many of those who me to meet the Extension ho I 12:! months. Dr. George W. :Meyerholzour
are now that would attempt to shake loose Territory, known as the Arre- Finding no enemy to oppose
:a screaming the loudest were the ones almost $200 million In pollution con- dondo Grant. It occupies a them, and being masters of a homemakers me to meet from the Extension the Law- Extension Veterinarian,
who space of 20 square miles in fertile region, they' resolvedto gave some good pointers for
were strongest In their trol funds withheld
support now being from
and Starke _
tey clubs. herd
(Ill I ChildrenTraffic your management program -
of the re-election of the President.The Florida President Nixon.In the'ery heart of the country establish a Republic of
by that could
save mon-
'
o and includes decidedly the their own upon the agrarian If Santa Claus was not goodto you
very best land that has yet principle and engaged surveyors this Victims ey and trouble this jear. Dr.
situation would be funny If It making his unprecedented cuts, been discovered in the Pen- to trace off portions of drown you your sorrows year, Inorange you can 1972 Meyerholz discussed calf

weren't so sad. It happens every President Nixon has gone way beyond insula. It was given to the the best lands they discovered. juice. January is full of it! During scours, grass tetany, shipping

election. Many of those who denounce generally accepted procedures. He mercantile house of Don Fernando They remained in the country The foods on the plentiful foodsof fever, leptospirosis, \'Ibl'losls
wheel and IUR in
Children riding toys or rednose cattle
de la :Maza Arredondoand for time -
the Democrats as spendthrifts and deplore has impounded funds for water purification Son at Havana on the 17th Indians, some enraged at, the until wan-the the V, S. Department of and bicycles on residential I'm sure that the cattle-
their so-called "deficit which Con- Agriculture for January are: Increases driving men who heard his remarks
spend- were passed by the of December 1817 in consid- ton sacrifice of their property fresh roadways
ing" (which, Incidentally, was neveras gress over his veto. He has simply eration of some important collected en masse strong trated oranges orange, frozen juice, concen-canned danger, warns the I Florida went home and did some thinking -

great as the present Administra- annihilated a program for environ- services performed by that enough to oppose and expel orange juice, cranberrysauce Highway; Patrol. about their herd health

tion's) are the first to cry out In mental protection in rural areas although house. It has been surveyed them. rice, dry beans and Last year! In I Florida, 144 program

anguish when the Republicans give the program is now over a original several parties times, and first lastly by' .the by The Spanish Surveyor Gen- broiler-fryers. These foods children under the age of 10 C 4

them what they said they wanted-'. decade old. t'. S, Government surveyors, eral, who was a man of keen are expected to be in plentiful years were killed In traffic ac-67 January' is a good time to
supply often at attractive cidents. Of that number,
perception, hearing of thesesur'e's. ,
for spring
a decrease In Federal spending. which deviate considerablyfrom finalize your plans a
and 10
were
consumer prices. were pedestrians
the former location. took the trouble to vegetable garden.e have a
In doing this the President
has
and tricycles.
collect most of them together riding bicycles: vegetable garden produc-
; The good
orange harvest is expected -
Whatwe are constrained to ask-- demeaned his Cabinet and other exe- Another he possessed sufficient influ- Circular 104, that
Important guide
grant, or to be 30 percent greater Col. Eldrlge Reach, director tion ,
did they expect from a Republican cutive agencies to a lowgrade status, rather purchase, was made by ence with hi* governmentto than last season's, and it of the Patrol said, Parents has a lot of information that J
administration? Federal aid for pro- gathering all significant authority Into the House of Panton, Leslie have most of them confirmed was pretty big then, too. should teach children to can be helpful as you grown'

grams that benefit "the little man"? the White House. Then, In a fur- & Co. situated betweenpa- to himself; and after- Wintertime is cold time. ride their new Christmas bicycle your own vegetables. The

How naive can you get? The Republican ther abuse of executive privilege, lachle and Appalachicola rivers wards Individuals'sold who them to different And, since vitamin C helpsprevent or tricycle away from guide will tell you what vegetables : -
anxiously
after the obtained were suited to gardens
was are
Party has always been, is now, when his responsible underlings are country' the l looking forward to tile colds, and orangesare : streets or highways which will
again by Spanish per- loaded in our area, leading or recommended -
with vitamin C
and always will be on the side of the called before Congress, he Invokes from the I:nglish. hey neg- iod when they might be permitted now is a good time to eat, reduce while the chance they' learn.of an ,accident varieties, num-

"haves" rather than "the have nots." this privilege against their testify lected no step to conciliatethe to settle In the country lots of oranges. When buying ber of seed or plants need-

You would think that some day the ing. He also refuses to grant press good feelings of the in- oranges, look for firm, > oung riders should under- ed, planting distances and

voters would learn.It conferences or give television "fire- dians. They agreed to fur- The Floridians, especiallythe I heavy' fruit with fresh, bright- stand the dangers of riding depths best time for planting -
nish them with such supplies looking skin which is bicycles along roadways: intoday's hardiness, days; to harvest -
reason-
side chats" so the American people executive: are inimical toward -
of clothing and ammunlt'onas ably smooth for the traffic and should be and expected yields of
is also Interesting to note that will know what he is doing and why. they had been accustomedto these concessions' as Have you ever felt variety.a little taught to ride on the right the different vegetables re-

Jacksonville newspapers, which were receive from the FIgUsh. they Imagine' they have the resistant when buying oran- side of the road as near the commended. It also avers
deter
strong supporters of the President'sreelection This is the time for the American and appointed the above' > firm tendency. The proprietors to Immigration. will soon- ges that have a tan or brown edge as possible. Early train- soil preparation liming: and
government (. to furnish Ing form habits that will need
agen may fertilization, Inflation,
are now decrying In people to let be mottling or speckling over
their voices be heard obliged to bring them Into -
them with all
requisite help to insect and
ne- youngsters control disease
respect ,
the skin' Well ,
editorial language the cut- market fiom the weightof you need not
if
strongest do
they not approve of such high- cessaries. the need for rules and regu- nematode control.
ting off of Federal funds for their handed and autocratic methods. It taxation that will in a short because specialists with tile lations that will carry into
In addition to what toy held time be levied against them. 1'. S, AgriculturalIarketlng: The guide is free. I For
fair city. Again, the question arises-- has been said that the pen is mightier later years! as automoblledri- your
I the government faith responsible ( Service; say' that this russet- copy, call or come bj
your
what did they expect from their cherished than the A Among the many characteristics vers.
sword. chance to
prove for, these gentlemen has County
with which this country Ing color no effect on Agent's office on North
Republican administration? this would lie in an outpouring of credited the Indians to an abounds the numerous eating quality and that it often East To Order 301 in Starke.

letters from individual farmers and Immense amount, and when the sink holes are not the least occurs on oranges with
They are now saying that "Washington" other affected persons letting the Con- period of payment arrived, rather peculiar. They are found bhevery thin and superior eating qual-! Tux Forms Questions

(presumably the Nixon administration gress and even the President himself than push for individual section of the I lenltory. Itj. When buying frozen orange -
liquidation( they' obtained per- juice, make sure It is Hj Telephone and
since Congress cannot be '. The most remarkable
know how they feel about these unjustified mission to treat with them frozen solid tou should
is situated in the centerof a-
blamed) should remove "the exist- cuts. Will we take this lying for a body' of land as indemnification one sold packages with stains AnswersQ.
several milesin
i a large tract Do) need tax forms from
ing contusion" by sending message, downor will we let our voices be of all claims held extent known as Panes since this may Indicate that the Internal you Revenue Service'?
"loud and clear telling the nation's against Uiem. A payment thus the juice has defrosted at
heard? Write a letter today! Prairie, which is concavousin If so, you will probably find
easily made was agreed to 1 time
the by form and is sometimes some during marketing. that they' are easier to obtain -
," savages, whoga\eup Inundated with water of suf- this
1,200,000 acres which has descended If kept in the freezer com- jear.
to float ship.
ficient depth a
to John Forbes & partment of your refrigerator, The Gainesville IRS office

ti The Bradford County -. Co. as surviving partners of past This was winter tile case and during the wholeof the frozen orange juice concen- has Installed a new Code-V- I'm 19 and a college
" = Panton Leslie S. Co. trate will maintain its qualityfor
and is Phone system for handling all
now designated( on the this vast accumulation of several weeks. However, sophomore. :My mother who
mapas for tax forms.
TELEGRAPHEstablished c; --.. '.'''-f7Jl. the I Forbes Purchase. water was drained off by for longer periods of time, requests Gainesville area taxpayerscan worked under social secu-

J 1819FLORIIDA .....:: These means of of some which subterraneous the sink store it in a freezer that can now reach an automatic rity was paying almost all
are many othergrants passage maintain a temperature of zero recorder by dialing 373-3411. my college expenses before
) fro i1 of minor importance besides hole in the center was the degrees or less. Canned she died a couple of weeks 'I
\ L''H.::: ') 4'heBible) these that ale legitimately funnel I or mouth. orange juice will usually retain "These recorders", according ago. Is there I
issued by' the Spanish authorities its for A. J. O'Donnell any way
quality a yearor to ,
I ?.RESS, and as they' originated (Editor's note: the Richard. more if it is stored in a Florida IRS district director, could I get some financial
For freedom Christ has set under peculiar circumstances manuscript ends abruptly at de- his help for my education from
place no warmer than 75 "ask the caller to state
CITATION IM free; stand fast therefore. it this point. It is probable that social security?
ASS O may not be uninteresting grees. If stored where the name mailing address and
-(C.al.; ;;) :1)! ) to he wrote this in the later years A. You
give an account of temperature is warmer than zip code, the specific tax may be eligible
of his life and sudden ill-
,' \ .... \\'e speak of ftndmir freedom the causes that led to these ness or physical, a disabilitymay 75 degrees, its color and fla- forms needed and quantitiesof for monthly student pay-

but the truth is that free- small sub-divisions. have prevented him from may not stay at top quality. each"An ments If your mother

EL, Matthews, Edisor-Publisher dom Is not found. Freedom It Is doubtless remembered completing his Interesting account worked long enough in em-

Published each Thursday and entered as Second comes through domir Constructive b> many' persons of the pre- of the life and timesof The beans that are especially additional benefit of the ployment or selfemployment -

Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark, Florida action assures free- sent day: that in 1812 a serious this area In 1843, when beans plentiful are pinto and pea Code-A-Phone need not number call during is thata covered by social security
person
the least
dom. It be that insurrection broke out, head- Florida was still a Territory.In expensive If you're single and a
'
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. may a change ed principal I sources of high protein. Ano- normal IRS office hours 1 the
) by American next week's issue, The
Subscription in trade of mind is needed to make usflee. recorders will be 24 full-time student, you
area1: 1 year, $6.00; Outside refugees, which came Telegraph will conclude this ther source of protein and an running
trade area1 1 year, $7.00. It may be that releasingthe near revolutionizing the Pen-very series with some Informationon excellent source, is poultry hours a day, seven days week should call, write, or visit

past- will allow us to be insula and depriving the SpanIards the background of the RIch- Look for broiler-fryers at permitting the taxpayer toor- any social security office Immediately -
free. of their authority. At- ard family. relatively economical prices. der at his convenience. to apply for stu-
dent benefits.
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Jan. 18, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 13

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Brooker Vote 5pVE W, r ; .

Set Feb. 13 .
S&H Green Stamps

Mayor Roy Carroll has Issued -
a proclamation callingfor. Low Prices
a town election to be heldat J. ; ; Everyday '
the Brooker Community 11LL : "
Center on February 13 for the Weekly Specials ;
election of a mayor city ,
clerk and three councilmen. 2Yi ,
These posts are now held : UIas
by Mayor Carroll ClerkJoyce '
Stokes and Councilmen J. R. II'r
Mott, A. B. Adams and Carl bl : ,I
Edwards. The mayor and clerk LL
are elected tfor one year ) Ulr
years.Election terms. the councilmen for two

inspectors will be
Mrs. Doris Kelley Mrs. Sam ;
rat, Ap ,
Smith and Mrs. Ala Mae Rau- F ?
lerson. Poll be open from eEEF PEOP
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Any person desiring to offer -
himself or herself as a

candidate named for must any make of the writ offices 430 WEST MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. 18 THRU WED. JAN. 24

ten request and pay the qual- i
ifying fee to the town clerkon If
-
or before noon on Jan. 27. -
The registration books will SAVE 40c WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS SAVE lOc WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFDelmonicos
be for new registrantsuntil f p -
open
California I.
Jan. 27. All those who . LB. $189 Roast LB.99c" 't.
have registered previouslyneed
not sign up again to vote W-D BRAND PURE SAVE lOt- WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS fir'' p O
on Feb. 13. Shoulder 1. .r
Ground
Beef 3 1" Roast $129
Any person entitled under PKG. LB. ..
the laws of Florida to the rightof
franchise and who has livedin W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF NEW YORK SAVE lOe W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HANDI-PAK "" w

Brooker for six months Steaks 10 1 : $998 Ground Chuck LB.99c
Immediately prior to regis- Strip . .
tration and who has not pre-
viously registered Is entitledand FRESH SHANK HALF OR WHOLE W-D BRAND CUBED BEEF

urged to do so, Carroll Pork Hams LB.78C Steakettes LB.99C
said. . e 1
The registration books will ,
W-D BRAND SMOKED .. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
PORK SHOULDER. SLICED o9e IB. WHOLE CUT & WRAPPED FREE
be at Green's Store until Jan.
14 under the supervision of Picnics wr 59c Tenderloin $-/39
Shirley Green and then will . . -.vs- LB.

be at Carroll's Grocery under BANQUET 10 OR MORE PCS. FULLY COOKED SAVE 17e DUNCAN HINES LAYER

the roll supervision until Jan. 27.of Mayor Car- Fried Chicken .2 PKG. 149 Cake Mixes . 2 2s;: :: 79c

SAVE 90c SWIFT PREMIUM HOSTESS ROUND SAVE I lIe. CHASE & SANBORN ,

BROOKERIN Canned Ham . 4 s, $499 Coffee. . . st 68e
BRIEFBy Limit one of choice with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cig
W-D BRAND SLICED ALL MEAT ALL GRINDS

LINDA G. COX LB.89c Coffee '
Bologna . . Astor . CAN58c '

TAXIOOKLETS SAVE He I W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SAVE 20e THRIFTY MAID

AVAILABLE HERE Chuck Steak LB.88c 6 6 X100)
"Your" Federal Income . Applesauce . CANS
Tax an Internal Revenue
Service booklet giving Infor-
nation on how to fill out BLUE
Individual 1972 Federal tax
returns, are now on sale PLATE
Postmaster VV. H. Hicks an- THRIFTY MAID ARROW 25. 12'

jounced Postal Monday.customers may purchase Fruit Drinks . 4 CANS s Aluminum Foil 4 PKGS. $100]
MayonnaiseSAVE
the tax booklet at the SAVE Be PETER PAN 168e THRIFTY MAID STEMS PIECES
Brooker post 'office at 75C I 18 01. 4-o:.
aach. I Peanut Butter. . JAR Mushrooms . 4 CANS' $100 1

The booklet was preparedby DEEP SOUTHPeanut DOLE _
IRS to assist taxpayersIn I 18.01. '
preparing their 1972 tax IT Butter. . 58C Pineapple Juice 3Ns' 900JAR
returns and contains many
CIS HI THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE

examples tax laws apply illustrating to the how Individual the- 1 Punch Detergent. 4Ss: 66C Green Beans . 4 I'CANS' ,; ;- goo)
taxpayer. 32-o=
/ DEL MONTE THRIFTY MAID CUT

BROOKER ELEMENTARY McKlnney JAR Golden Corn . 4 CANS $1 1)00 Green Beans . 3 "CANS::'" 88C
Principal Dewey
announces that Monday Jan. DEEP SWEETHEART JUMBO

for 22, will teachers be a and Planning a holidayfor Day SOUTHMayonnaise S I Liquid Detergent 4 Vns;: $1))00( Viva Towels t e 3 ROLLS $1

students. This applies to SAVE Sc HEINZTomato DIXIE DARLING
all the Bradford Co. schools. 14 01. 20-01. |
Ketchup BOTTLE 24C Family Bread . 4 LOAVES 88c
.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
,
Penny Riggs celebrated her STARLIGHT .KIST
9th birthday with a party at Quantity RightsReserved'
her home Sunday afternoon, SAVE CHUNKTUNA
Jan. 14.Penny's.
guests enjoyed 11c WI COPYRIGH10R1973NC.
playing games. Prize winners
included: Guy Wayne Parrlsh
FRESH FLORIDA
Susan Douglas Deena Cox,
Jill Hayes and Susan Parrish. 32-a Z. Oranges. . 5 BAG LB. 4'9c SAVE
Refreshments of cake Ice- JAR
cream candy and Coke were FRESH CRISP 35 c $

Mrs.served John by M.Penny's lilggs Jr.mother f Apples . 5 BAS: 69 c .

Penny received some love- FRESH FIRM
ly gifts. Everyone had an enjoyable -4 6V2-oz.
time. / u.1 LettuceIDAHO . . LB. 23c CANS

.! BAKING imit 3 or your choice with $7.50 or
AWARDED CERTIFICATEMrs. fs LB. food order oretfes."
Joyce Stokes has been Potatoes e 10 BaG 99c s more BLUE BATS!
awarded a certificate by the Ii GEORGIA SWEET
James S. Kemper Instituteof ''f y
Long Grove Ill. upon com- Potatoes . 3 LBS. 48c TUNA
pletion of professional cor- \ ,,
\ Yll MORTON IN-A BASKET
respndence course in Insur-
5'
\ 32-ai. $' 99
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III) f; M Misunderstood, mistreatedand ra
p IU
r mangled, describes the
HilitesFrom
Keystone status of snakes In Florida. V. OurNatural

Most life-long residents have :

grown up with the attitude

( Pag 9)) .i.ir that the only good snake Is WORLDBy

Mrs. Lawrence's sister Ar- meeting of the Central. Gulf visitors a dead enter snake the and state northern frequently Marilyn Mullis
neeta Reed, and their son Central and Suncoast trees
Groups
with visions of .....A..AII_._
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George Lawrence Bevery Hawaiian Village In Tampa. alive with crawling reptilesand ':, -- .v.w. '.f .
Mendoza and thoir grand- Col. and Mrs. Ed Timmins
e that every step is likely
daughter, Romay, recently. enjoyed visit I .
from
Romay a surprise to lead to another one around controller of the Eastern Ma-
stayed\ on for a week Mr. and Mrs. !Howard Osborn
the corner.In .
with her grandparents and then monback Rattlesnake.In .
of Nashua N.II.!
Mrs. Lawrence took her home They were I actuality, one seldom seesa the past he was caught
all friends In the Canal Zone Ive and working with others. snake due to their
In Tampa and traveled on to :. w M secretive and sold as a pet that his
where Mr. Osborn was Chiefof They are disinterested In nature. Their bodies numbers )
Punta Gorda for a visit with can pick were greatly diminIshed R e
Maintenance for the Pana-
her sister. youth, middleage or others up vibrations of an approachIng in the wild.This prompted
ma Canal Company The Os- : of their own peers and in threat and
Owen Baker, !r., the old- they will nor- his full protection In the
ers son of Major and Mrs. borns were enroute back to conclusion deliberately Invite mally make a hasty retreat. state of Florida, making the .'

Owen B. Baker, has returned the Canal Zone for a three- I the undertaker. The great majority of snakes Indigo the first fully protected -

from a visit with his fiance, week visit with friends there. I that are seen are harmlessand snake in the state. i41;
Adolph Kutz of !Hot Springs ,
Rev. Scripture showed sev- extremely beneficial.
Prlscilla Dodd, at Bob Jones s rA'I' Being reptiles, all snakesare
University in Greenville, S.C. Ark. was a recent visitor eral color slides of his southern The rat snakes are com- cold-blooded, meaningthat
of Mr. and Mrs. Q. Gardneron western tour a year monly found around barns ,'
Owen stopped in Athens, Ga. t or they cannot control their FLUSHThe sport Jacket's
to visit Ms sister and her his way south for a visit. or so ago. Several members anywhere that rats might be body temperature. Extreme back and making news in a

family, Ellen and David Wil- Mr. Kutz and Mr. Gardnerare remained for a talk feat and plentiful. I remember once, temperatures either hot or plush fabric with the look '"

helm and their new son David old army buddies. they may continue this social my father called me up to cold, are hazardous to them mid foci! of suede. It'sactually. .
Jr. Ellen's husband David will, Mr. and Mrs. Hal! Adams time by attending the game- come over and remove a snake and they will attempt to find Cone's bless! ] cotton cordu-

graduate from the,Universityof played host to the Everett Fun Day on January 25 at from his barn. He was out shelter. A gopher hole, a fall- roy, cut here in a two-button
Foxes and Fran Stephenson 1:30: In the Lion's Club Bldg. collecting in the style with contrast pocket
dark
Ga. In June as a Doctorof eggs en log or a pile of rocks trim. _
for the weekend In heir cabin By Aberdeen Sports-
Veterinarian Medicine. ( The usual plan is for those and Instead of an egg, he all make excellent hiding places wen
near Sanford. The cold wea- attending to bring a small grabbed I
While In Greenville, Owen en- something else. hurried during cold weather:
ther didn't deter the men from wrapped gift for prizes. Mr. over and discovered
Joyed a pleasant visit withPrisc1lla's EASE!' Gunther Gebel-Williams Ringlinif Bro a
their golf or the ladies from ,
and Mrs. Ed Roberts will be large yellow rat snake curled
oldest sister and their shopping. A grand time and IJarnum & Bailey Circus' sensational young animal host and hostess for the in
her family John and Romesa social up a nest of hay. I promptly .
Falson. ,He also enjoyed a was reported by all. master, takes a breather before presenting his majrninVent -" hour, and refreshments removed him and released THURS. FEB. 1 thru SUN. FEB. 4
in the Greatest Show Earth's
tour of the Bob Jones Campusand Mr. and Mrs. Allan Mac- elephants on him In my barn. True, once
stated that the art gallery Cracken have been the guestsof spectacular 103rd\ Edition. There will be eight performances MELROSE COMMUNITY in a while, rat snakes will JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM

there is one of the most Interesting Mrs. Jane Lacoste for several at the Jacksonville: Coliseum beginning: CHAPTER AARP eat eggs or even a baby chick,

highlights at BJU. weeks. Mrs. MacCracken Thursday evening, February I 1. through Sunday, Today is Chapter Luncheon but it Is a small price to AUNEWr 103rd EDITION

Mrs. Josephine Reed, vice Is Jane's sister and they February 4.I Day at 11:30 a.m. PresidentR. pay for such an efficient mouse
and cashier of the hail from Hudson Ohio. F. Simmons will conduct trap. h l
president ..:, :.:.:.:.:.,:,.:.,:.:.',,!:M:..SL!,,:)..!o''N"8' '_ ::'\';';:QfS4J.hNL; .,:>:: Keystone State Bank and Re- I understand that Mrs. Mar- n'-"" 'y.y.' 'u." "' " "" """" .n meeting com- rE
gional Vice President, Flori- garet Howe was hospitalizedlast ing luncheon. The four Com- mon In this area but their -

da Region/ of the National week In the Bradford I}1 News Notes mittees appointed at the December virtues are numerous. They

Association of Bank Women, County Hospital. Hope you : l meeting on the Reve- not only feed on rodents but B 1 ( s

Inc., will be speaking to the will be home and feeling $: nue Sharing proposal for Ute also on other snakes Includ-
following groups during her better soon. By Helen Egan four counties to share in this ing the poisonous variety.

official visits: January 18, Miss Patti MIzell Is back in income, for the purpose of The Indigo, the largest snakein Moavtis INVIN PELOIMOCe i
Miami Group at the Marriott Riverside Hospital Jack- FELLOWSHIP CLUB to the absence of Mr. Ben- building a Community Centerin Florida Is shine black in >(intent*< aiCHAHD ANITOW

Hotel, Miami; Jan. 25, North- so n v 11 Ie and is recoveringfrom The first covered dish luncheon ham, but secretary reported Melrose for use of all clubs appearance. This snake also

west Florida Group Panama an appendectomy. We and business meeting 24 members present which and organizations will give a feeds on rodents and other NEW! UNIQUE! UNPARALLELED! i

City; and January 27, joint wish her a speedy recovery, of the Keystone (Senior) Fel- included the winter visitors, report. snakes. Due to his large size SEE 25

.,..,.-.1.11..u_.", .t""m. ... fh.Whartnna-.- ." ..- _n_, _. lowship Club for the new year of Vernon and Orla Burns; and his annetftn- for ml son. BEFORE FANTASTIC SEEN IN ACTS AMERICA NEVER! j
1 I had an exciting weekend. was held at the Lions Clubon the Shultis and the Lewis Wat MELROSE HOMEMAKERS ous snakes, he isnat ISWEA'nlt PERFORMANCE t
Friday night I attended a of Interlachen. The Melrose HomemakersClub THUDS IFcb 117 30PM TV
January II. The new officers sons TV 11 CHARITY NIGHT PRICES S 1 OO LESS
301DRIVEIN "rock" concert In Jackson- having been installed Mr. Williams expressed ap- will meet on January THAN REGULAR PRICES FRI 4. IS & S IS ,

ville with my children. After last month, assumed their respective preciation on being recognizedas 25 at the Clubhouse at 9:30 PM SUNDAY SAT|Feb.4)1:306.II.00AM| : 300&800PM 5.30 PM fI.f
hearing much publicity on TV offices. They were: newcomers and new mem- a.m. At that time the 1973 I.
and radio I thought I would go President Lester Sheets 2nd bers and spoke of their interest officers will be installed. o All Seal Reseved. To. Included I

I and see what goes on at these Vice President Mrs. Lilly In senior citizens club Mrs. Elaine Ashley will take .. f S3.SOS4.SOS5.50 0

things. I did get aneducation! Roberts; Jake Hess sec- of which they are membersin over as President-elect from OPENING NIGHT PRICES

Roxanne Ketch, daughter of retary; Corresponding Secre- Kentucky. Mrs. Made Allen. A social |THURS EVE (Feb 1)SZ) 50.53 SO-S4 SO [
Show Begins At Sundown Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ketch. tary, Mrs. Emily Hess. Absent Members on the Ill list for hour will Collow.PERSONALS Ji

Fri. Sat. Jan 19 20 flew to Newport Rhode Island were 1st Vice President which cheer cards were sent SAVE 1 ON KIDS UNDER 11 f

this past December vaca- Mrs. Ferne Hanson, as Mr. were Mrs. GordI Owens and ti a FRIDAY MATINEE 4:1S: PM

tion for a visit! with her fiance. Hanson is seriously 111 at Mrs. Lucy FInley. John Ker- Jacob Hess and his bride, SAT. MORNING l.OO: AM

Bobby ]Ilessler. From Newport Bradford County Hospital and sey is not feeling well enoughto Mrs. Emily Ison Hess, returned K

they traveled to Boston Treasurer Grover Ben ham attend the meetings, but from visiting relativesIn FOR TICKET INFORMATION

where Roxanne stayed with who was out of town. is up and about. The mem- their home states duringthe \ ,, CALL 354.2041

( \l\\ Bobby's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Twenty-four members paid bers all signed a cheer card Christmas holidays. Mrs.
TICKETS ON SALE AT COLISEUM HEMMING PARK TICKET OFFICE.
Art Ketch traveled last week- their annual dues, three of for Mrs. Lester Sheets as Mess's native home Is Ben- 11 CIVIC AUDITORIUM REGENCY SQUARERINGLINGBROS

end to Tallahassee for aday's whom enjoy being known as a she has been on the sick list. ham, Ky., where she servedas '
1.1.UST_SlAtS.Mmil: :! .TU"' ;
CVMI' Mwf
-# visit with Roxanne on her return member but unable for physical Mr. Burns, brother-in-law of Postmaster for many years
to school. Julius and then built her retirement -BARNUM & BAILEY CIRCUS AP
t reasons to attend the Hanson gave a reporton
Colu.um 300 We'l Water St. 1ach.onvd4. Fla. 32202
f't Betty Zowarka and Bert meetings. They are Mrs.! his condition. Mr. Burns home In Postmasters Village, Morn Cl!

{ Heptinstall spent three full Blanche Cunningham; her sis- visited Mr. Hanson In Brad- Lake Geneva. Mr. Hess still DATE All CI DAlf Morn 3ADOKCSS I
f In Daytona last weekend ford Hospital that morning has home in Springfield Alt 0
days ter and niece, Mrs. Louise a list cholCf, ) he n .
attending a seminar on decoupage Forsyth and Mrs. Blanche and found little change in his Ohio where they will spend 2nd! chmcelbe 0Numbrelad

a ll I resin, plaster and Carson. Two winter visitors condition. Efforts were being their summers.Mr. ..,lifp.ls. ; .f S pehueI, f.!

wA about 9,000 other crafts. The also Joined the Club. Mr. and made to find someone to stay and Mrs. Tom Hag- Numb" .1 thdd bcheh ai,I W ',"CI' __

t' instruction was by Swansons Mrs. Hank Williams are win- with Mr. Hanson nights, as ler and baby Jill of Frankfort Total Aml,.H(UNCE"CnK h 12 II ruts Mrey( ,D,4a f l it I

from Murfreesboro, Tenn. and ter visitors from Lousiville, he needs constant bedside Ky. spent the Christmas :
Betty stated that they learned Ky. and enjoying Florida care. Mr. Hanson has been holidays with Mr. Hagler's SCOOP-It's the NAME
sun- ,
year of the sweater. And for PI,(IASI PRINT I Cl4RL/! "
many new techniques and have shine at Lake Geneva. faithful during the daytimes. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed tops in comfort here's an all ,
ordered many new Items for President Sheets led the President Sheets appointed Roberts of Bedford Lake. cotton pullover with a U

their craft shop. members in salute to the flag Mrs. Helen Egan as Sunshine Last weekend, the Robertsson neck for showing off the shirt CITY STATE! N _

and Rev. Milton Scripture gave Chairman wife and daughter, Pat- underneath It's teamed witha NEVER MAIL CASH"! "Male choc or money older. Payable to Ringlmi Blob C.icut '
1te Old It l'nzE4 the blessing, and the friend- A reading by Mrs. Hess on ty, of Ocoee visited them. slim line skirt of plush all .Jn close tell add'...td njmptd tnvtiope Be suit' to mdicjtc choice ol .' Oails.

NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS ship of fellowship. "How A Person Can Turn cotton corduroy. By White

Greetings were extended to Himself Into Antique" was Slag.
Jim BRDiun ----------
Royal and Esther Shultls from both true In part as well as

LEE NRD CLEEF ,. their winter home In Sun Pra- humorous. With everything on
rie, Wis. to their Florida sojourn earth maturing, even mi- ALONE LUXURY QUILT TOP

on Spring Lake. crobes, so do people. Some

INIDIl&PRTRICM I I iJN Following a delicious lunch- people allow maturity or

) eon prepared by the members, growing older, to take pos-
a short business meeting was session of them, and they
O'DEflL "It's easy to save pennies held. Secretary's report was find themselves friendless and SAVE $40 SET !

today. What else can you do read and approved; no treas- In a rut because they make
([Jl];ea TECHNICOLOR- (G 5 with them?" urer's report was given due little or no effort to be act-

Consolidated Krpurt of Condition of" FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE "
.. LIMITED TIME
of Surka in the State of Florida und Domrxtir SuhHidmrim at the clone of

-Plus I buninett on DEC 31 1972 19 INNERSPRING or 'FOAM RUBBER


ASSETS D.di.u. Ct+.
1 Cuh and duo lrom b.nluo IIndudln l None unpoo'ed dblt.l IT
) 946 614
a. U.8.T'....... ....rtu.. 1 113 62 40 2 I
a Obli'.I1..f ath.r U B. Oovomm.nt ...nri...nd "po'atl. 1 745 906 21 1
LMEI 1. Obli..I1.al S.....nd poliUral rbdlvlaom 2 488 146 49
c. O'h.. ....riu.(IIndudl.I f None ..........ot.oto .I. T..dln.....un.....rill_ None
FM.., lundo ooId.nd.....rill.pu"huod undo.....m.n..In,...II I None I 7 .. aTA ,-
a. Oth.lo.' 3 449 003 53 lpwA
9. B.nk p..mt..furnitun' ud 4.tur.., ..d o.h.. .....npre.nntina b..k pr... 269 797 51 a 9 ,;.,o.a;.,, +tt ? '' -
10. R.aI .....ow.od 0thi eh.n b..k prom_ None I. lt" ,. 7Jr.t} y -tn
Sun. Mon Jan. 21,12"FANDANGO" 11 l.v.tm.nanub.dhd. no......lidoted NODe, 11 ,. p'
c
la. C.'m..U.b"I..o. ...... .
.hlt bonk an .tt pt.ntr .ndln, NODe, 12 L4ti
13. O.h.'..... --.1QL.uL.,. : 13 tQR tia "f hwl ,y ,iti1. I 1{ IA kV S tl s1I,' 7' r'.t'
( 'II. TOTAL ASSETS .. :.!.- ...:Jll. II tIsJ -

PlusLITTLE LIABILITIES! '
IS. D.mood dpntu 0'Indlvidu.I..p.rln..hl.ood. 'porotlo. 3 886 340 22 JS
SISTER II .ond..vtn..d._..01 1,4.4.1, put..hl.ood. eorpnr.IION 3'' 324 119 34 II
17 D.po.ia al U.ltod$ntr Govomm.nt 45 017 56''
IT
ILO.pnlu, of St....ond polltl.aI..bdIY
1741
416
Adults Only Adm. SI.25 19. D._..01 Ionian, auv.n ......nd 05dd..tIt.d.r' None 37I, ?la
7o. W t.nln.rnd b.nht
:=: Hone
81.: .nd ommn' .h.ek..u. 30 673 '195 :
::8 TOTAL DEPOSITS '_9.021.627.44--, ,.. n. I.. 22
i". To'aI d.m.nd dep..lu '_5.013.813.82.au}
ua u. a '
Ib To.aI 11m...d ..vlnp d.podu 1..013..1.53.62____ au ua uI
.u U Ib''
::13 P.d..l,fund purohoood ..d weurtun old undor .....m.... to roporoh.. None 23
FLORIDATHEATRE a. 0th. li.bUlU..for borrowod money None If

al 2s. A..p.M.mpl..._lnd.bt.dn.r....u.od b. a I..,.....n.01.hl bonk ood o.ta.ndtn8 None'' 25 21 m iiSK
Orh.r" llabllltb. None.l6.L.,
::. TOTAL LIABIUTIER. --i 11LL.16ti-i 4 : :: ELEGANT DECORATOR FLORALCOVER1 "J ,_,
29 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSiDIARIES .Ii2ilti: 2eRESIRVES -
-. r Each
ON LOANS AND SECURITIES! I Piece
30. R.....,for b.d d.bt 1- o. I I..... ,rt up po....... to In..1 K......Swvln Nllne.l, ] 30 ao
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 al. 014.r..rvr on I.... NOD. Jll at

Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 ::. TOTAL R rv.n.owltlw'RESERVER: ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Crr.JU.: :: Super-Surfaca-Sollntas Deep Pulf-Ouilttd lo Foam ol loam, all cushions over Mattress or matching Box Spring


Friday, Saturday, Sunday 84. C.pitol n....ood d.b.nturr. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS None I I every part ol your body. Foam rubber Twin or sold Full in Site'sets only6inhTwinFam

'....IIY ant.,.........d m..utl.y 01...h I...ouut.ndlnal) a/ ,
January 19 20 21 firm loam box
U. Equl'y rapl'.I.told 1 JCilj30U and a new Space Age antra' Rubber 139 95 Set
31. Prolorrod a.od,40W por v.lu. -!ione- spring that flyer rusts, squeaks or ralll... 6 ir:h Double Foam 159 95 Set
(No..3.....outwandlne-11QDa.' __I 81
37. Commen.od.41.I pot o.)u. 300 Super King Size 299.95iet; Queen Size 219.95 Set
THE 2 (No. .h.... ou.horiaod-li.QOIl.._) (No. a8. 8urpIu.. .. 723
BIGGESTBONDS 000 00 ae
39. Undivided proft. 257 309
40. Rrve for rnonamds and who ...phalv.. 50 a .
: g2L1.
I Of AIL .n.. TOTAL TOTAL CAPITAL LIABILITIES.ACCOUNTS RESERVES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTSMEMORANDA ,2?I DIAMOND Regular 79.95 on Sale 59.95134'W.



t. A.....al laid dopootte'or' .ho IS a..lmd.r d..."ding with rail d... 9 066 232 00
a A....,.01 told ... 'I.,Ih. II .aI.ndar d.,r5na Nth .II d." 3 438 I
I. ....nd dbrunt. .n h.t.tmrt la...1..luded 10 boil .pltaI ......... Non. 888 00 1 2
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/, Ruth S. Johna.Asat. Cashier .dd. .abo.I. Ifmn.I .ae,Aa....."' ...M...
.It Inu mnj tgrnrt N.W r./. w,Mo.W.r..d 101..,. -
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I Legal NoticesNOTICE Community NewsBy




tion Bonds Series F, In the leaves, etc.) will be pickedup oil company prices. as well as environmental effects -
Bradford County Zoning aggregate principal amount of by the bidder at the dis- The Board reserves the Is composed of four Elizabeth Given Walker
Board has made Applicationto not cretion of the bidder and the JI
exceeding $30,000.000
basic
right to reject any or all bids. steps: .
the Bradford County Zon- hereinafter Chairman of the Sanitation DELL CHAPTER OES services were very inspira- ,
more particularly Gilbert S. Brown I) Identification of all environmental at 11 a.m. Dinner will be
ing Board for classification described, or to be affected Committee. Clerk Dell Chapter 168 will hold tional and Informative. Sun- "
to Board County social and eco- served at 1:30. The Sunlight :;
of the property described below in any way thereby, are here- 4. Only trash piled by the Commissioners. nomic effects of a proposed its regular meeting Thurs- day School started the ser- Pallbearers will meet at 3
from RI-B & EA to OR by required to appear before side of the road will be picked project; day (tonight) at 8 p.m. All vices at 9:30. Miss Lula Cuf- p.m. League will meet at 4p.m.
That Portion In Sections 13 the Circuit Court of Leon up. 2/18 2t 2/25 2) An interdisciplinary members are asked to pleasebe fie was speaker for the Youthat
Regular services will
ap- .
and 14 which lies North of County, Florida, in the Second 5. If the job is not com- proach to all project planning, present and on time. Meet- 11 a.m. Mrs. Mary Murphy be held at p.m. k.

State Road 125. Judicial Circuit of said Stateat pleted to the satisfaction of stressing input from specialists Ing place, the Masonic Hallon Lee was speaker for the Mis- The Kittle Kolloge Day Care .I.

This change In classification the Courthouse In Talla- the Sanitation Chairman, the in fields other than engineering Brownlee street, pease sionary department at the 6 Center will be open for ser- .:'
Is subject to a public hassee, Florida, on the 12th Chairman has the right to come. Business of vital Im- p.m. service. vice "
; beginning Monday through
Bearing to be held on Tues- day of February 1973, at 9:30 warn the person once and after PUBLIC NOTICE 3) Involvement of the portance. The weekly services began Friday to For Information '
gen- serve -
day January 30th. 1973 at 7:30 o'clock A.M., and show cause this first warning, the The Florida Department of eral public as well as con- with Choir No.; 3 and Ushers call you.
PM in the County Commission why the prayers of the Com- contract is considered brok- Transportation will hold a cerned governmental CHURCH NEWS Board No. 2 meeting Monday 9616688.'J

room at the Bradford County plaint filed In the above pro- en' if the error Is not cor- public meeting at 7:00 P.M., ; and agencies Greater Allen Chapel AME night. Choir No.: 1 rehearsed

Court House at which time all ceeding should not be grantedand rected In a reasonable lengthof E. S. 1', on the 24th day of 4) Consideration of all alternatives Church, Rev B. C. Williams Tuesday night. Prayer Meet-

persons interested shall be the bonds therein described time. In such case, the January, 1973. The meetingwill to a project, including pastor. Trustee Day was observed Ing was held Wednesday night My Neighbors ;
heard for or against the pro- and the proceedings of the contract will be remade with be held: in the Depart- no project. Sunday beginning with Thursday night Bible Hour

posal, as specified In the Zon- Plaintiff heretofore taken authorizing the next bidder In line. ment of Health and Rehabilitative The January 24th public Sunday School at 9:30.: Morn- will be held In the Educa- _//.J--- ,;;.- .... '

ing Code of Bradford County. the issuance thereof 6. The City of Hampton reserves Services Division of meeting will seek opinions ing service at 11. Rev. C. E. tion Building. All young peo- Jo' _, ,,' f,." I Ir

John Torode, Chairman validated and confirmed.Said the right to reject any Family Services Building, from concerned local resi- Jenkins, former pastor, was ple are Invited to attend. : .,,1"1'' 4 I ..1,' ,

Bradford County Zoning bonds are dated May 1, or all bids. 5920 Arlington Expressway, dents about how to involve in the evening services at Thursday night also the Ladies ''. .,
Board. 1972, bear Interest at not exceeding Bids may be turned in to Jacksonville, Florida Interested Floridians In this 5:30.: Circle will meet at Mrs. ,....') ; k .'(::,,,,, '

1/4 4t 1/25 the maximum lawful the City Clerk no later than Residents of the Northeast; important planning process.J. Services will begin next Sun- Covlngton's. house. Friday )d'' .. V.r. 'I ,:(. ,

rate of Interest authorized on January 31, 1973. These bids Florida area will have an opportunity D. Ward day with Sunday School at night Prayer Band will meetat i ? OI J \", ''f--
the date of the sale of the should be placed in a sealed to take part in a District Engineer 9:30.: Morning service at 11. the home of Mrs. Elizabeth .Ii! W; ( ';:

FIRST NOTICE bonds, payable semiannuallyon envelope and will be openedat pilot citizen-Involvement Florida Department of Choir Union: 3 p.m All mem- Wright In Lincoln City. Sat- i( ..1 1'. ,
May I and November 1 of the next City Council meet- gram concerning the pro- TransportationIt bers who can are asked to urday the I Can Circle will ,

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO each year, are (in the aggre- ing. posed Florida Environmental 1/18 please cooperate with this activity sell dinners from the kit- t ... _, I
REGISTER FICTITIOUS gate principal amount of not Action Plan. chen. Dinners will be fur t. I

NAME exceeding $30,000,000 and If you wish further Information The environmental action TYPEWRITERS Manuel or nished by the Senior Class.

Notice is hereby given that mature in annual installments contact Mr. Ted Curtis, plan, which will consider socioeconomic Electric. For sale: or rent.- Greater Bethlehem Freewill Sunday services will begin "Tlirrc's plenty of room

the undersigned, under the on May 1 of each of the years Chairman of Sanitation, or effects of pro- Bradford County Telegraph. Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper with Sunday School at 9:30.: on the tow-this line U for.
provision of 20.953 Laws of 1973 to 2002, inclusive, all Miss Bonnie Trisler, City posed transportation projects Williams pastor Last Sunday Morning services will be held the hot chocolate..

Florida Acts of 1941, will register as more fully described In the Clerk. Miss Trisler can be
with the Clerk of theCircuit Complaint filed herein and the reached at 468-1262 any week-

Court,in and for Brad- exhibits attached thereto. day after 4 p.m. She will also mastet charge] 3 BIG DAYS
ford County, Florida, upon This order shall be published be at the Hampton City Hall CIGASITTIS
:
THURSDAY FRIDAY
proof of publication of this in the manner required on Saturday, January 27,from ,
notice of the fictitious name bv Section 75.06. Florida Statutes 12 noon until 3 p.m. & SATURDAY

of Bill's Saw Shop Rt. 2, In the aforementioned 1/18 2tchg 1/25

Box 162, Starke Ila 32091 Counties.: CHECK & .1 t
under which I am engaged in DONE!; AND ORDERED at r COMPAREOUR

business at Starke, Fla. Tallahassee, Florida, this CALL FOR BIDS
William E. Finucan (sole 27th day of December 1972. The City of Hampton is now

owner), Rt. \ Box 162, Starke GUYTE P. McCORD, JR. accepting bids for their Mow- EXTRA LOW PRICES !
Fla. 32091 Judge of the Circuit Court Ing Contract which will run

Dated this 2nd day of Jan- for Leon County, Florida.CERTIFICATE. from March until October.

uary, 1973 A.D. at Starke, --w The following stipulationswere ::Ja

Bradford County, Florida. attached to the contractby
1/4 4t 1/25 -. the Street Committee:
It is hereby certified that 1. All City-owned rightofway c': .

copies of the foregoing Or- must be mowed, Includingthe .
der and the Complaint referred cemetaiy. ,I"
!NOTICEIN ;
to therein" have been 2. The person whose bid $ J

THE CIRCUIT COURT: furnished to the Sfene Attor- Is accepted will be paid per
neys of the First Second, round of mowing rather than
OF THE SECOND!: JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT: OF FLORIDA, DC Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, once per month as In the o l Q 0Mews
Seventh Eighth :Ninth Tenth, v
oI
AND: FOR LEON COUNTY, past. Saifcrized +
FLORIDA Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth, 3. Mowing will be done only;

CIVIL CASE NO. 72-1868 Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Six- on orders from the Chairmanof \ 100% Cotton
teenth, Seventeenth, Eight- Street It
the Committee.
In Re $30,000,000 HIGHER eenth, !Nineteenth; and Twen- must be done in the time Work Pants I 1 1r

EDl'CATIOBOOS: : SERIESF tieth Judicial of the set by the Chairman at such I n

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE State of Florida, by mail this time as he thinks the grass 84 Oz. tWill.

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 27th day of December, A.D., needs cutting. j J-. Bortocked at points --

: OF FLORIDA, a body 1972. 4. If the job is not com- of strain. 0
pleted to the satisfaction of Tunnel belt .ICoodrl.h
corporate under Section 2 of r loops. J
Article IX and Subsection (a) ARNOLD: L. GREENFIELDand : the Street Chairman, the I Deep roomy pockets 1. L IC.1I

of Section 9 of Article XC ROBERT E. NIRO Attorneys Chairman has theright to Pro-cuffed Men's Famous 'Posture Foundation' A'
for Plaintiff Room 622 the and .
of the Constitution of the Stateof warn person once Heavy duty upper
Florida, as amended. Plain- Larson Building.Tallahassee, after this first warning, the Khaki,, green Sneakers by B.F. Goodrich 'Your Choice' Plastic Assortment
t r tiff THE STATE OF Florida.32304 contract is considered broken I or grey.Szes .
FLORIDA, vs. al., Defendants.TO Bv s/ Robert E. Niml If the error Is not cor- I 29 to 42 "Posture Foundation the! D--r rigid, A. 40 Qt. footed wastebasket mode of high' Waldorf Bathroom Tissue

I/-I-3t-l.18 rected In a reasonable length wedge helps keep body weight distributed. density' imoor, polyethylene'

THE STATE OF FLORIDA of time. In such case, the .on oursode.of normal foot decreasing foot a. 1 1. Bu. rectangular wash tub Jar,gordor. \g. Four tolls bSG 5\'eel\ !
,THROUGH ITS STATE contract will be remade with and leg muscle strain." laundry dishos, pots i p.cn cking., One ply tissues 4.*> IN 4 IN.

ATTORNEYS, : : OF THE FIRST, LEGAL :NOTICE the next bidder in line. Sanitized and all deluxe features C Extra heavy duty laundry basket, hold a The budget strctuioi, itl'

SECOND: THIRD, FOURTH, The Stockholders of The Community 3. The City of (Hampton reserves White, only in sizes 6 to I 12. full 15 Ibs of wash Made of polyethylene White, and assorted push,

FIFTH SIXTH, SFAENTII, State Bank of Starke, the right to rejectan Yellow or avocado

EIGHTH, :NINTH TENTH: I, Starke, Florida,will hold their \' or all bids. .
You Would Expect ALL 3 fOR I YR.
ELEVENTH: TWELFTH, annual meeting at the Banking Bids may be turned in to To Pay 55.95 1 288 UNDER NORMAL USE
Community State the City Clerk no later than I
house of the :
FOURTEENTH
THIRTEENTH: II 11 HI I I I Out DiftCoutt Prey WI
!; FIFTEENTH: SIX Bank of Starke, Starke Flor- January 31, 1973. These bids 0 Pn r Dn. TEENTH.: SEVENTEENTH.: ida Jan. 26, 1973 at 7 O'ClockPM. should be placed In a sealed 2:99< r.--

EIGIITEE11IT.LTEETlI: : : 11131125IN envelope and will be openedat p c r /

\ND TWENTIETH: JUDICIAL: the next City Council meet- """--
COURT IN: Ing. nP nnm -, ,..: --.. Prestone
CIRCUITS.: ANDTHESEVERAL : THE CIRCUIT Men's Poplin rLadles' 1005 Polyester ..
If wish further information : '" Auto
you E
BRADFORD
OWNERS:
PROPERTY AND FOR M '
Golf Jackets Pant Tops r.i,.*4 Pepsodent Tooth Brushes anti-r' ...... 'f Products
TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS: COUNTY:: FLORIDAIN contact Mr. Ralph Tris- Mxd,* HordDltc.unr _ a. _
THEREOF AND OF ALA- ler, Street Chairman, or Miss eotherized.. Choice of V-neck Hi Prr ...,. :- \ (l "f
CHUA: BAY. BRADFORD : RE: ESTATE OF OURANIA : Bonnie Trisler, City Clerk. r ;

BRUVARD, BROWARD. CITRUS LAINAS Deceased. Miss Trisler can be reachedat k

COLLIER, COLUMBIA:: 468-1262 any weekday after R ,
DADE DUVAL, ESCAMBIA, :NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 4 p.m. She will also be D...<.un. P.,.. / Sizes S, M, L Dl.eaunt Price China Salad Bowls .
HIGHLANDS, IIILLSBO- all creditors and all per- at the Hampton City Hall on w.. ,74 Glazed, ronstono ."h" '.. F F

ROUGH, JACKSON, LAKE, sons having claims or demands Saturday, January 27, from 12 SAVE 1.00 SAYE 1.00 I hand painted floral, v fruit design' 0 z

LEE, LEON: MADISON.: MA- against said estate. noon until 3 p.m. D, Vicks Sine Spray 4 oz.Dlicumt SAVE 117

:NATEE. MARION: MONROE: You, and each of you: are 1/18 2tchg 1/25 4 "' $IReI ... 19w..l.14 !!
OKAI.OOSA, ORANGE PALM hereby notified and requiredto 3.96 flit,. PCH 10" Salad Bowls -
BEACH, PASCO. PINELLAS, file any claims and demands .I Y ... 84c o.. D.r. Pp, ...... 1

POLK PUTNAM: : ST. JOHNS: which you, or eitherof CALL FOR BIDS Ladies' 100. Acrylic St. Joseph Aspirin w. 2 1,12 j jDI..n.
SARASOTA SEMINOLE have against the Men's Flare Slacks
ST. LUCIE. you, may Leg l
:; SUWANNEE: TAY- estate i.f OURXNIA LAINAS: The Board of County Com- Long Sleeve Pullron waist HiFashioncolors. I PrO.. r lOO's R1 1 Qt Eagle 1

LOT, W ASIIJGTOA.'DVO: : deceased, latv of Bradford missioners of Bradford County C; Dress Shirts Sizes 8 to 18. "' .. ,T Heavy Duty 'C j

LUSIA: COUNTIES:; FLORIDA, County, Florida, in the office Florida will receive sealed- 1 65i polyester, 0. D..ou". Pr,., .. 9c'" 300W Motor Oil '
INCLUDING: : !NON-RESIDENTS; : '*( the Circuit Judge of Brad- AM 35% cotton wo..2-r-9S" P ur
bids to be opened at 10:00:
OWNING!; PROPERTY OR SUBJECT ford County, Bradford County on the morning of February Patterns andfancies. SAVE 147. Ice Cream Scoops uac
TAXATION'THERE- S-XL, Hqh dctogc itOrr
TO Chromelikenctoi
Brad- with
Courthouse in Starke, plastic
5th 1973 In the County Commissioners / .
1A.'D: OTIIERS HAVING: ford Count, Florida, within room in the court- Onc.t Pno / i/ t >. 150 Ft. Roll handle A perfect scoop every t fu .deiu
OH CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, six months from the date of house for the following: .:. 1 "' -1 l v Webbing ti ic Use also for salods
TITLE OR INTEREST IN: the first publication of this This will be considered as r'' unshed potatoes and oteSi SAVE 19 J.

PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED notice. a package bid and will be for J Makes old furniture
BY THE ISSUANCE BY Each claim demand Girls' 100', Nylon
or must the year beginning February5th e '. like new ogam.Assarted d d '
1 ,.,
or 0.
TIIEST ATE BOARD OF EDUCATION : be in writing and must state and running through January s Pant Toes I'II' color*. C 3.2.21
: OF FLORIDA OF the place of residence and '
31, 1971.I. I r .Long eeves. Turtleback
:NOT E.XCEEDINGS30,000,000; post-office address of the \
Regular Gasoline not less neck w zipper X1 7 -n
HIGHER EDl'CATIOBODS: : claimant and must be swornto that 94 Octane. T-Shirts ght stripes

SERIES F (HEREINAFTERMORE by the claimant, his agent, 2. Diesel Fuel 2 or Briefs .7 to 14Men's .

PARTICULARLY DE- or his attorney, or it will be 3 Motor OH, Case Lots in 1100"; cotton.White. Ditaount Prie*
SCRIBED, OR WHO MAY BE void according to law. 24 quart cans and 55 gallon Full cut D'w" W..1.W l.
JA..Y: WAY AFFECTED S.M.L.XL.
Each creditor shall deliver drums. Motor 0111 will meet l
THEREBY: sufficient copies of his claimto API Service ClassificationsDS SAVE 3y7. Eagle AM

The State of Florda. throughthe enable the Circuit Judgeto available in SAt: Grades :- Table Radios Imported Rockmgham Ashtrays 1 PC. or 2 PC. Vinyl I Auto t Mats t
State Attorneys of the s s Glazed ceramic assorted colors
mall to each
one personal
10 W thru 40 W. This Oil S Solid States Extra durable
O "
First, Second, Third, Fourth representative.Dated and designs For home or office, virgin Illy
of Avoeodo.Model ,
is to meet requirements 1pc or 2pc hnnta
Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth. January 2, A.D., 1973. engines operating under KA601 SAVE 14% .P'atoctsoulo SAVE 1.00IIII
:Ninth Tenth. Eleventh Boys
SOUTHEAST FIRST BA.'KOF
Twelfth, Thirteenth,' Four- JACKSONVILLEBy ; service classifications D.S. --i Long Sleeve III IIII i II I SAVE COrpOIS.
This oil Is to meet require- I
teenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, : Thomas F. Simmons, ments for Military specifications Dress Shirts I I ,y- 147'T. bn": : au D.u"woo.r.6 Pn? &I

Seventeenth, Eighteenth, !Nin-; Trust Officer M I L-L45199 for high cotton, 23' E : : _
<
teenth and Twentieth Judlcal Last 0., 'T'
As Executor of the 1 .
diesel crank- : Handsome rrtI.
Circuits of said State, and the output engine ::: polyester. ::
Will and Testament of case oil. It shall also meet patterns. Men / Magnolia If' Flight Bags
several owners, tax- sLeather
property OURANIA LAINAS, Deceased the Manufacturer's recom- Sizes 8 to 16. Two Burgess Toilet
thereofand Loafers
payers and Citizens : Mesh bcdyzipper
3 lub- 'D' Cell Batteries
1/1I-4t-2/1 mendations for series
of Alachua,Bay', Bradford, f SAVE 20% Distinctive styles t Seats / with
rications. 2 batteries to pkg.
Brevard Broward Citrus forpadlock
to choose from place
m
Motor Oil in lots SAVE 1.00 For
Du- 4. case flashlights,
Collier, Columbia, Dade, CALL FOR BIDS block or br own T w
24 quart cans and 55 gallon toys, gores, ; 3 .
val. Escambia, Highlands, The City of Hampton is now .7-12. roomy outside
drums to meet API Service w1:96 hobbies.
Jackson Lake DlBCOWM P.t. ttgl? pockets
Hillsborough, Sanitation
accepting bids for their -
Class !MM MS & DG avail- 1 -piece molded construction Black brown
Lee Leon. Madison. Manatee, ,
Marion, Monroe, Okaloosa! Contract which will run able SAE Grade, lOW thru 40 Boys' Printed ft4rwuwr m White, yellow,, blue, green 1 or white..
The
Orange, Palm Beach, Pasco, from following March stipulations until October.were W and meet :Military Specflcations !-- Cotton Shirts sorb ,eRtnfr and pink SAVE l.OO I' i 1.00
M I LL-2104
Plnellas, Polk, Putnam, St. attached to the contract by A. oil Short sleeves.Choose ir Orr 0.it.... Pr,.. .; i i
All
Johns, St. Lucle, Sarasota, the Sanitation Committee: 5. purpose grease from s't;; 3 *" X 60 Yds. w.3,44 .SAVE
Grade 90 and 140 5 and
gallon Men ....... ...
Seminole, Suwannee, Taylor, must be pickedup Flo. motifs, cute err D P.
I 1. Garbage Masking Tape
Washington and Volusla Counties 55 gallon drum. Gear lubricate FloAto sayings, etc Leather .S w......'Ii
week the day
once per on -
M I L-L for homeor
must meet Handy
Florida, 'Including non- set up by the Sanitation Com- 2105 Specification. Sizes 3 to 8. Navy OrlOrds the office. Eagle 1"IV or l IV Padlocks

residents owning property or mittee and the whose Famaw comfort 'lam,
Heavy
person
subject to taxation therein, 6. Multi-purpose grease in J SAVE 147. SAVE 1.00 SAVEL$% t'' SAVE up to :33%
In of last. noted locks.
bid is accepted. case Long weaong
35 Ib containers and 120 Ib
and others having or claim- rain, the garbage can be a e sole. Block,7-12, A Hardened shackle
title InterestIn containers. \ .1 Two keys.
ing any right, or the next work- _
property to be affected by picked up on 7. All # 2 fuel and kero- Our 0< wn* hb. Ow 0..n P.,.. .1 s.,, a...,.. Pe,.. 1 Ou D'''.,"' P....
the Issuance by the State Boardof Ing day. sene to be supplied to the ...24.16 w.Jr79 WOO rr .. 64C
2. Only garbage in bags Complex
courthouse Agriculture -
Education of Florida, a will be picked up. These bags Health Clinic and County
-
2 body of corporate Article IX under and Subsec-Section must be set other in the convenient drivewayor .Tall. The successful bid- 312 W. MADISON AVE. IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES USE OUR CONVENIENT

tion (a) of Section 9 of..Arisd place some near the roadway.must der will purchase all from the STARKE, FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE, YOU'RE NOT YEAR ROUND

XH Constitutionof leaves to be present supplier under- K1-7513: LAYAWAY PLAN.
o of the PHONE SAVING MONEY !
ground equipment at the major
also be in bags.
the State of Florida, as
,amended, of Higher Educal 3. Trash limbs, old tires



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I NEWS ABOUT SERyICE" ""EN a:5 USA CKJ S-SJIlJiDWllBr I : .



Airman First Class Greg- Navy Seaman AldreyM/Mc-Mrs. ---_. . _. -,,_... ._---u. __. u._ ._____"_"."_"__"_u."_" ....".,...,"_....,,,,,,,.,,....<<"'"' ,"""' _. ...-_ ...-......-.. -, ,,,,"',,".". ._.._..... .."".."...u..".
dry A. Dyal, son of Mr. and Rae, son of Mr and
Mrs. Leo A. Dyal of Law- Mack M. McRae of Rdute 2, LITTLE ,IDS 7V.47CET; BIG RESULTS'FOR
toy, has arrived for duty at Starke, has' ''returned to hisCharlesto"i CLASSIFIED AD RATES i

Sabin TepesI Site, Turkey. "/ S. C. homeport, Deadline for Insertion Monday ii i
Airman Dyal, a telecom- after Mediterranean: cruise 5 P.m. preceding Thursday rs SAVE S
munications systems specialist aboard we guided missile fri- before publication JIMMY MOORE'S ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH

viously Force, Is support assigned served unit.at to lie MacDlll an pre-Air IOOCiClicDClo.aoc gate USS \\llliam (f/Jtanley. t I I FRED BUICK DAVIS PONTIAC r FOR RENT 1 r FOR SALE 1 MORE SVR BOAT Sports PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO, FLA


AFB. Minimum Charge $1.75 i GMC TRUCKS FOR PH. 468.1287
The airman Is 1970 (Covers 15 words) : A LITTLE RIDE YOUR MONEY
a grad- CAN
1/e otd Each word over 15, 8C RENT12' wide Mobile FOR SALEArgentina Hay, *
uate of Bradfcfrd High School. : SAVE YOU A LOT" homes outside city limits. J. By the bale or ton. Call 964- Starke Ph. 964.5791 CUSTOM PRINTINGFrom
Ills wife Sharon Is the
daugh- All Classified Ads must be : I GREEN COVE SPRINGS B. White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg 5630 after 5 p.m. Itp 1/18 Your Negatives
ter of Mrs. Colon Thomasof ,", paid for in advance unless ) mpl.t. Outboard & Stern
Lawtey. "- you have established account Drive Service and Repair. COPYWORKIHFORMAL
\ IIII" with The Telegraph, In that Allot- FOR SALEOld model, 2 row Complete Fiberglax
000oooo0c r' FOR RENTi: Tobacco Repair
Allis-Chalmers Tractor with
event SOC extra charge for PORTRAITSAND
Army Sergeant First Class _=_:_:""- b1l1lng.1.01/ responsible for HOUSES FOR SALE ment 2. 02 Acres. Call before sickle bar mower. Merrill Custom built Fiberglas
after 6:30: p.m. Fishing Boot.
L or
noon PASSPORTS
errors wnen given over the 1/18
Glenford W. Wentworth, son 1 phone or when copy is not typed ....4 7823903. Sybil Griffis. Itp. Griffis. 964-6767. ltp
,
of Jesse R. Wentworth,Starke, ?// and brought to Die office
recently was graduated from FOR SALEPure bred white
the U. S. Theater Army Support "Intelligence" la the capucicy FOR SALEHouse with 1 a- FOR RENTTrailer space. miniature poodles. 964 7923.

Command Noncommissioned : to won.t"r. cre or up to 15 acres. Bryan. Country location on SR-235, 964-6183 after six. Itp 1/18 n'. TOWNSEND
Officer academy In CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Lawtey. Ph. 782-3370. Itp 9 miles from Starke. Call "n

Bremerhaven, Germany. 964-5630 after 5 p.m. Up FOR SALEAll any partof Mobil Horn* Steel Erectors
Sgt. Wentworth receivedfour $1.75 per inch FOR SALE--3 BR house, livIng 36 lots lying East of Hall
SINGLES
weeks of training in leadership 2 inch minimum -- $3.50 room,dining room, kitchen way in Starke. Suitable for & DOUBLE WIDES
responsibilities, exer- stove, hot water heater, oil rental houses or duplexes.A. Expondo Rooms & Add Cuckler Steel Buildings

cise of command, map read- heater & two air conditioners. J. Thomas, Realtor. Ph, On Room & Bins Portable Weld in
MOTORCYCLES
ing and military teaching ; RUBBERSTHfflPS Memorials Resolutions Pro- $8,000. 964-7730. 4tp 2/8 t 1 964-5701. chg Fr. Delivery! and Set Up Pipe Welding

methods. clamations. Card of Thanks 100 MILE RADIUS
Sgt. Wentworth is a career M.uu Minimum up to 50 FOR SALECorn In shuck BANK FINANCINGHWY LAKE CITY
counselor In Headquarters words Each: word over 5U8 INSURANCEAT $40. Ton IJ-Load.Bryan, Law-

Company, Special Troops, U. REDUCED RATES FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 350, tey Ph, 782-3370. Itp 17 NORTH. 757-7304
GREEN COVE
S. Theater Army Support AUTO, FIRE, BOAT good shape. 4000 miles, also 4 tp 2/8
.
Command, Europe In Worms. BTU Wall Gas Heater Tel. 284.5001 264-7311
helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby. 70,000
lie holds four awards of the INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR DOYLE E. CONNER
with vent new burner. Like
tfchg
Bronze Star Medal, the Air SELLING? INSURANCE AGENCY ;
new, $100. Call 964-6969 after
:Medal, three awards of the tchg.
Army Commendation Medal Made to Order CONTACT ,... 5. 12tp--4/5 SEWINGMACHINE

and the Combat Infantryman AUTOMOBilES
------------------------- -
Badge. GEORGE ROBERTS LOTS FOR SALE In Southgate
His wife, Nets: Rae, Is with Highest Quality t HELP WANTED 1 .. USED ...... Subdivision. Call Marc Jackson FIATSALESPARTS
him In Germany. REAL ESTATE 964-6078. Stchg--2/22 Sales and Service

sooooo0voc. Reasonable Prices PFAFF ELNA
PHONE 96 .7826
TRUCK &TRAILER for sale- WATER FRONT LOTS SERVICE New Home
POWER OUTAGE -
personal Phone 964.6305 421 W. MADISON ST. One used trailer for hauling FOR SALE
: "Family with fireplace Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH SALESMAN WANTED hay ((300 bales)) One used On Crosby Lake and Crosby USED IMPORT CARS WHITE

would like to meet congenialfolks TEXAS Chevrolet tractor truck 0965). Lake Canal. (Canal 50 feet HARFIED AUTO $49 e50 up

with gas stove." A.J. THOMAS REALTOR Phone 964-7490, Mr. Jones wide; 8 feet deep) Locatedon IMPORTS INC.
REFINERY CORPOffers.high between 9 a.m. and 5 pm ltchg State Road 100, 3 miles Parts & Repairs on

Appraising And General West of Starke, Fla. Ideal 509 E. University 1 all other make machinesNATIONAL
STARKE BUILDERS income opportunityto 1969 TORENA. Taker over for vacation cottage, mobile Gainesville 372.4373
Real Ettate Sales
Complete Building Service mature man in Starke Phone 782-3752. home or Investment.
/ payments.-- Prices start $1,295.00,$200
Phone 96<\.ei2"''Q 219 Washington St 30 Year Experience In area. Fringe benefits down and $35.00 month for 36

Starke, FU PLUS regular cash and 1968 DODGE DART GT V-8 months (8-1/2% simple inter- MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
Florida Land Matter est). 90 West, Lake City 611 W. Univ. Ave.
CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL vacation. Regardless of PS, PB, EH, Air, vinyl top
Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to Phone 752-3723
airmail A, T. excellent-- $SOO. Call 964- Gainesville Fla.
Tel. 961-5701 experience 9 tf ,
"The $4.59 1/25 p.m. weekdays. For Bttt Selection
No Wax Floor" 6929 after 5. 2tp-- Of
Pate, Pres., Texas Ref.
Completely Installed Compare At $6.50 Per Sq. Yd. 205 N. Temple Ave. TRAVEL TRAILERS 378.1355
inery Corp., Box 7ll', FOR! SALE1966 Dodge Polara LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf

Fort Worth, Texas 76101 4 dr. automatic. P/steer- & Country Club, ready for MINI-HOMES
BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI 1 1/18. Ing, P/brakes & air. $750.Ph. building on or for Investment.Lots TRUCK CAMPERSAND

LOW NYLON r" tp- 473-3412 after 6 p.m. area approxlmately'I2acre TOPPERSFull CARL BEGGS
Man' Colon: TV Chonte From A Q7Errt Up 1/18 and larger. Paved roads
$ only 3 minutes from town. Line Of Parts And
.df F.H.A. Specifications MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-Salesman. Ph. 964- Gulf Service :
FOI! SUX1965 VW, Beige. Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 ServiceMILLER
Per Sq. 5606. 1/18
Completely InitalUd Over Rubher Padding Yd. ltchg._ !
...... Real good condition $550.00 pm. tfchg
SHAG cash. Call 7823519.: Itp 1/18
WANTEDSomeone to care FOR SALERegistered Angus USED !
The Carpet With The Now Look! |
100contmuou.. FU 1 Nylon NEEDED In Starke area limited for 2 children In my homE calves. Phone 964-6114. IrowlrVOLKSWAGEN i
Many Color To Choovr From .p1e95 qualified personnel for Call 964-8668 after 5 p.m. FOR SALE1965 Chev. dr. J. B. White. tfchg .
Completely Installed Over Rubber Padding. Per Sq. Yd. management position with fast ltp hardtop Impalaautomatic. Power
growing company. Get In on the steering( power brakes. PARTSJ|
ground floor and grow. Income LABORERS A.'TED--Per- $600. Ph. 473-3412 after 6 FOR SALE -- AKC registered ""' 4J'
German Shepherd 4 J

\Assembly Applicants NeededAt ment call unlimited.Mr. :Morrow For appoint-at 964- manent benefits."posltlon.Minimum All company starting p.m. Up 1/18 318 males Lafayette, 2 females St$50.00, pups.or each Ph. For r Vost Makes (Tf Cars I r i:

6985. An equal opportunityemployer. rate of 2.18 per hour. Apply 24 Hi,, Wrecker Service iHwy. i
General Electric Itp 1/18 Southern Wood Piedmont Co. IF WE DOr.'TlAVE; / IT 964-8017.. 3tp 1/18 New & Used t.fI); ,f

Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to 4p.m. we'll get It for you. Office Soles > S.r"lc.ltJfJ! 301 N Waldo
LINOLEUM! FLOOR Covering
1/25. Supplies, Furniture, EquIp-
Immediate opening for light BOOKKEEPERexperienced, 2tchg. ment.Bradford County; 6x9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; Phone 468 1996DQOoOOOOOGOOOOOc
assembly production operators all phases, desires work. Re- Telegraph. 12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 only 1 Mi. North of the Mail'
ply "V" c/o Bradford County HELP WANTED Experienced 1495. Many patterns and co- GAINESVILLE
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Telegraph, Drawer A. Itp 1/11 Sewing Machine operators. lors. Dahmer's Discount tf Un i71f' "" --
Permanent position for people rrlrl'
.High dexterity and aptitude for HELP WASTED- Must lift egg
Inc.
Hs>.rrHl l Work all the seeking permanent employ- cases. Apply in person. Gen- ALCOA SIDING SPECIALISTSince Agency,
) are requirement WANTEDRide to Jacksonville Cadillac Uniform ; I
ment. Apply
tllman Egg Farm. 5-233Mor- 1938. All Wood Coveredin 0. C. Ctriuf. Nvmry .Teg. Real Estate Broker.
Ph 964-
nr< *'''sary. Riverside Ave. 441 E. Brownlee St.,
7492 after 6 ltpREDUCE gan Crunch: Road lip 1/18 Aluminum. Workmanship Thousands of Plants
p.m. Paul
Starke ) &
Fla. tfchg. Irene Faulkner
No I traintni experience or par- Guaranteed. WILLIAM DAVIS Fruit Trees, Shad. Tree*.
titular educational backgroundrequired. P. O. Box 1081, KEYSTONE Evergreens, Camellias! Associates
Tablets safe&& E-Vap fast with"water GoBe WANTED: Live-In Maid. References Female Help WnatedI HEIGHTS, FLA. ((904) 473- Azaleas, Roses 206 S. Water Stre..tStorkc
se required. Write Box 3366. 9tp 1/25/73 Most In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
pills"Andrews Pharmacy. Fla. 964.5065
.Apply between the hours of R 182, Green Cove Springs, Fla. I Need AnAssistant
6tp21 32043. stp--l/25 WATSON'SHOUSE ; 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stor ., WANT TO SELL OR
A.M. and Itt J :\ P.M.: :Monday OF VACUUMS: Hwy. 100Florahom. BUY REAL ESTATE'

I through; Friday nt I the plant located SEWING MACHINES -Cleaned, In" Many brands of new vacuums 659.2165 Call Us For Best Prices

on Highway 441, 12 miles oiled and repaired. P1IC Sports- A.1TED--Mald. Apply Distributor For Nationally i $39.00 up. Used machines Prospects Waiting
north of r.n infS\ IIIp wear, across from Starke person at To-Rena Motel. 2tp known wholesale cos- from $10. Expert Repairs tfchgaaesesmrr
Builders Supply tfchg 1/11 metic company needs a all makes. Parts and Acces- ENVIRONMENTALPLANNING s...

i women for supervising and sories for all vacuums. BuiltIn & TESTINGA

HOME REMODELLING Jobs AVON: CALLINGTo : training of other women in Central vacumn cleaning PLANNING A TRIP?
712 N:.:Main! Gainesville Division Of
1 done; also plumbing, house buy or sell Avon Pro- Scarke area. Experiencenot systems 376-7110 LET US HELP!
General wiring and some appliance ducts call 372-0421 or write necessary, but you must C.W.CRUMAnd
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& Electric work. Prompt service. Call Mildred Uenkle, P. O. Drawer enjoy working with people. We Handle
9S4-8087 5tp 2/28 BLake Geneva 32660. Complete training providedto Very nice In country 2 acres Associates EXOTIC CRUISESTo
An K'fluill l OpP limit( ) Employer 8tchg 3/1 qualified applicant. If land 2-1/2 mi. west, S.R.D. i
you are interested in an exciting 00. Block Const. 3 B.R. 1 Real Estate Property The
A.'TEDUsedrurnIture, refrigerators career, superior income Bath, L.R., Din. Room, Kitchen Management CARRIBEANSAlso
washers. -Dahmer's HELPTED and security, send Utility Room, Carport, Ph. 904.724.5322 Airline Ticketsand
Discount House tfchg MALE OR FEMALE: Completely furnished. Must be
brief resume IMMEDIATELY: :: 1109 GUNKA ROADJACKSONVILLE Tours
Occasional part-time, week to; D. & E. Kilner Co., seen to be appreciated.Home 32216 Call 964.7449

AUCTION SALE WE GIVE SERVICE- get local days. Qualified inventory Individuals audits and for Inc. Distributor 532 S. Edge- and 31-1/2 Acres locat- Rated In Dun & Bradstreet TOWN FINANCE CO.

results! ,List your propertyfor shopping calls. Ivenchek, Box wood Ave. J Jacksonville, ed on SRD. 100 South. Home P.O. Box 226 N. Temple
sale with Call today.
us. 28956, Atlanta, Ga. 30328. Fla. 32205 Part-time open- 3 bedroom, CB construction.
BILL POWELL, BROKER: 1/18 ings also available. It-l 1-18 Land bordered by two paved
8\\ Wilson's South Side 964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg 2tp roads and one graded road. NUGENT ELECTRIC PUMPSNEW

WE "K'OVV1' HAVE diamond nee- : :.:':':,:,: : 'fftMfitfffitzvfffffM: : : :::: : : : .:.:; : : : : : .:.;.:;:;:.: :::::: Sirvlet
BILL POWELL BROKER AND USED
Trading Post dles for any make or model r' | Residential And
stereo player.Dahmer's FACTORY HELP NEEDED 964-6464 Commercial Wiring SALES
Discount House tfchg
301 South at Starke City' Limits f? OR Additional Outlets- SERVICE PARTS

SEWING MACHINES cleaned, Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable obi. ::::' WAYNE DOUGLAS Air Conditioning
oiled and adjusted in your Hookups Deep and Shallow Well
bodi.d factory help. No experience necessary :; ASSOCIATE
home, $5.Vacuum Cleaner repairs Trails Pole Meters
JAN. 21 1 P.M.Rain also. All work guaran- rjj Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. ::;: 9646593LONG 24-Hour Service

teed.--Dennis E. Coggins, Ph.
Phoni Plumbing
431-1428. tfchg :i11 IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK Ar-pLY ;| 9648641WF. SuppliesEXPERT

;F 1 ATOWEN 1|;;; SERVICEON

( or Shine) RELAX and unwind with safe, t JOIST CHAMP ALL MAKES
effective GoTense tablets. Only

980--Andrews Pharmacy.2tp-- ;;1 f AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ;|11 11i j Home and Building MAKE ALL PHONE,964.7061DURRANCE
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COL. WYLE COBBAUCTIONEER ___ 4. i;:: Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday :i1i1: "Materials MAJOR APPLIANCE
SLEEPING: PROBLEM: Rest- :: 7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M. TF :::: PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
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( ) safe night's sleep. Only 98C-- "Your Plant Or Ours EXPERT REPAIRMEN Moved 5 Block North

I Andrews Pharmacy. 5tp--l/25 Your Lot Or Ours." CALL 961.8363 864 N. Temple Ave

:: HELP WANTED FREE
ANTIQUES.GLASSWARE, "ROOFING" Specializing in .. ESTIMATES Starke FILING CABINETS Type-
repairs and reroofing: All repairs Remodeling Repairt!
guaranteed 1 year. : No Experience Necessary, Steady Work\ Additions Appliance Service Safes.Bradford writer Stands, Desks, Chairs County,

TOOLS Aluminum Carports, Patio Hornet 323 Brownlee St. Tf Telegraph. ;
Sold
FURNITURE :: Bought
Awnings, Door Hoods and Gut Fringe Benefits
ters. Roger's Upholstery, 3/4 .. Traded
mile North: 301. 964-8350. : APPLY AT ACREAGE FOR SALE9Mu53


\FARM WAGONS MANY\ 4tp 2/1 NATIONAL PROTEIN INC. I Hwy. 301 S. Starke OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES I

LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast .. HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 Ji. ., ...
with X-ll Diet Plan $3. REDUCE Road ,r..4'I'. !.
: 21 Hampton, Fla. See Our New'f" .
excess fluids with X- '; :: .;
.. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY "';;: ::
POSTED SIGNS Treatedto
MANY OTHER ITEMS Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee :
Salection Of Doublewides Also
: withstand weather- 8:00
at Koch Drug 12tp--4/5 .. : A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
$2.25 doz. Special price on
B1C Pt:!'.is. Ball Point Re- : An Equal\ Opportunity\ Employer larger quantities. Bradford Mew! And Used Household Furnishings For Sale

fills.Bradford County Tele- County Telegraph.
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