Bradford County telegraph
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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 25, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03879
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No. 25 Thursday, January 25, 1913 Copy

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jail sentencing took ,
place In Circuit Court action

Monday, Jan. 22, with Judge
John A.H. Murphree presidingbut
one person was put on probation To Use
pre-sentence investigation -
ordered, and 12 Mizell ElectedPresident
cases transferred to the Cir- FederalDollars
cuit Court trial term which -- 1
starts Feb. 13.

Charlie Groman, charged Of
with breaking and entering the
home of Gilbert Goldwtre, appeared -
in court and plead A move was
guilty to the charge. Judge : Loan Assoc.
Murphree ordered a pre- started Friday

sentence Investigation.A night by the Cityof

one year probation was B. F. (Bud) Mizell, Jr. was named Starke to spend
ordered Guion
on Kathryn
some $38,000 extending -
charged with possession of ?;-.- Wednesday, Jan. 17 as president of

moonshine whiskey and pos- Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan As- sewer ard
session of containers used In water service to the
bottling moonshine whis- L ( ;' sociation, the newly merged federal Reno area of town

key after she pled guilty. savings and loan institutions of Gaines-
occupied prim arily
Arrest warrants were sent ville and Starke.
out on Willie Jack Wiggins, by blacks.Now .
charged with carrying a con- Resulting In corporate assets -
cealed firearm; Bernard Car- Debaters Place First In JaxThese in excess of $45 mil using revenue shar-
ter, charged with breaking and lion, the merger of Guaranty ing funds from the federal
entering with Intent to commita five Bradford High Debate team students Neel, and Bobby Jenkins Federal Savings and Loan Association government, the current city

misdemeanor .and Joe each received some type of first place in the Forensic Emily Williams and Lane "Powell teamed together headquartered In e council has agreed to spend and
Gainesville, and First Fed- some $188,000 on sewer
Browning with Robinson, charged Tournament at Forrest High School In for first place in the varsity division. eral Savings and Loan Association ,pf + water projects over the next

escape. Jacksonville Saturday, Jan. 13. Donnie Neel and Jan Searle placed first in the of Starke became five years with heavy emphasis -

Persons pleading guilty to They are from (l-r): In front Jan Searle and novice division, and Bobby Jenkins placed first effective January 1 1. on the Reno area. The

charges brought against them Emily Williams; back row Lane Powell, Donnie in oral interpretation. The resulting entity, to be council has agreed to spend
are: Elsie F. Wodey, charged called Guaranty federal Sav- $477,000 In federal shared
with grand larceny, Charles A ings and Loan Association has funds expected over the next
Patrick Faucett, Thomas three offices at present: 220 five years on sewer and wa-
Leroy Lumley, Ronald Leece, North Main Street and 3501 ter service extensions, $188-
'and Charles Dillon, charged Jury Frees Starling West University Avel1'.leIn 4 sBF 000 or 40 percent of the total
the electrical
expected upgrading -
with escape, Louis Leroy Cra- f Gainesville, and 395 West,la ; (
go, Robert Wayne Lacy Tom- dison Street in Starke' With- department, $188,000,
my Lee Walters, Leon Cor- DoctorsIn in the next few months new and the city's system of
neal Holston and Willie Frank offices will be opened in Key- streets, $95,000 or 20 per
Barnes each charged with TampaA stone Heights on Lawrence cent of the total.

possession of a weapon bya Of Trespass ChargeRussell The city; received in 1972
state prisoner; Craig Ver- Mizell, Jr. some 894,574 in federal revenue -
non Reed, charged with attempted delegation from Bradford sharing funds. Accord-

escape, and Leon County will travel to Tampa Mizell, 41, has been associated ing to the 40-40-20 plan a-
Corneal Holston charged with Starling, Gainesville Thursday were dropped after siding. for a long weekend in search with First Federal of greed upon last Tuesday'night,
aggravated assault. Tnese Cases was found innocent bya the complalntant failed to appear Five trials Involving traffic of doctors willing to locate Starke as manager or presi- Jan. 16, the council agreed
will be transferred! to the jury In the only trial to in court. violations were scheduled but here, Chamber of Commerce dent since it opened in July Friday, Jan. 19, in a special
Circuit Court trial docket. come in a conclusion in lastweek's Persons changing pleas in each case the defendants Executive John Myers said 1964. In his new capacity as meeting with Engineer: Don

first trial session in from not guilty to guilty left switched their pleas to guiltyor Tuesday. president of the combined institutions Ruckman, to spend $38,000
Bradford County Court under to no contest, and the panel or 40 cent of the total
the jury idle last Wednesdayin The group, composed of Mizell will divide per
Article 5 of the Florida Constitution the first County Court ses- of jurors summoned did not members of the Chamber of ( his time between Gainesvilleand already received on the Reno
which went into effect sion under the system set up hear a single case. Commerce and the Bradford -I Starke and will continueto sewer project.
January 1.
under Article V, with County Judge Sanders explained to County Hospital Board of .... live on Lake Geneva near Ruckman said the council
Starling was acquitted 'of Judge Elzie Sanders pre- the oanel that such an eventuality Trustees, will attend the Flo- !" Keystone Heights. Mizell was can complete within that a-
wIJr wown (!Inr charges of trespassing after was unavoidable, as the rida State Board of Medical ('i born and reared in Gainesville mount of money, 838,000, the
warning. The case involved attempts law grants a defendant the Examiners semi-annual examination : needed lift station and put
by Starling to visit Edmondson right to change his plea any in Tampa Saturday sewer and water lines under
the home of his eightyearold time before a trial. Under the through Tuesday in an attemptto 1 I Harold 1 K. Davis, who has Estelle Street. That street is
daughter at Shady Oak circumstance, he said, their recruit doctors for Brad- \ ';' resided in Starke most of in current city; paving plans,
1 1 Trailer Park on US-301 southof Heads New presence had been necessary ford County. The medical 4$: his life, has been named man- but the paving will be delayed
i a Starke, on the premises even though not called uponto exams are for the purpose! of ager of the Starke office of until the sewer lines are
of V.L. McKinney to whomStarling's UC Hospital serve. licensing Florida physiciansand Harold Davis placed under the street.
former wife is now surgeons.
married. Cases brought before the Ruckman was further asked

V The Robert Edmondson former court happened as follows: Making the trip will be Marc Boulevard and 3300 S.V.. Friday night to inform the
Union trial was conducted by long-time administrator the Troy King, charged with Jackson, chamber presidentelect Archer Road In Gainesville. council of the best directionto
RetirementReception County Judge A. L. Bradford County Hospital until reckless driving, wilful and John go in Installing sewer and
Driggers, appointed to the his retirement five years wanton, plead guilty through ; Mjers, chamber On Wednesday, Jan 17, LeoJ. water lines in the Reno area
executive ,
case by Chief Circuit Judge ago, has been appointed act- Assistant Public Defender ; Canova Thomas, Sr., announcedhis over the next five ears. The
administrator Art
John A.II. :Murphree at the Ing administrator of the Union Jeffrey Barker and was fined hospital I ; retirement and Mizell was project needs to be plannedto
request of Bradford County General Hospital in Lake But- $151. Loudon E..Hodgeshospital elected to succeed Thomasas c tie in with future additionsas
FOR Judge Elzle Sanders who dis- board members and J.C. president of Guaranty Federal easily! as possible. The
qualified himself because of ler.Gilbert Stratton resigned effective Thomas Mitchell Edwards, Brown, representing the That took place at the project is now in the hands
Dr. A.Y. Covington previous service as prose- last Tuesday, Jan. 16, charged with leaving the scene Starke Jaycees.Bradford first meeting of the combined of the engineer, who for years
I cutor in the case. as administrator or we Union of an accident, plead no con- County presentlyhas boards of the two merg"dInstitutions. has had plans drawn for the
Starling was previously test through his attorney,Dud- .
hospital. S "itton; submittedhis only four doctors actively Reno project.
Public Health charged with using profane -,' i):juuon: at a meeting (See Page 4)) practicing at the hospital: Dr. Thomas has been manager The city has already con-
language in his visits to the
Director McKinney home but that ,a hospital board of trustees II. II. Adams, Dr. Pete G. and president of Guaranty tracted with Raulerson Con-
charge dismissed and asked that it be Felos, Dr. Jorge P. Salazar Federal since it opened for struction Co. of Gainesville
was prior
to the court term on motionsby effective that date, citing per- Oil ShortageHits and Dr. J. \V. Patray. business on July 5, 1956. for $9,297 to pave Estelle
Sunday, Jan. 28 sonal reasons. Street in Reno and the portion
the state.
The board appointed its County of Parker Street between SK-
3:30 5P.M.Holiday In the only other trial action chairman Carl Brown, to 230 and Wilson Road. If the
John Crass was broughtto serve as acting administratorand Heating Fuel B.H. Spears PromotedTo paving firm goes to work on
Inn trial on charges of petty last Wednesday Brown Leo J. Thomas, Sr. the city project before sewer
larceny. Two witnesses were contacted Edmondson, who a- Warning of a heating oil lines are placed under Es-
Starke heard, then In an unusual mo- greed to serve as Interim administrator shortage (:No. 2 diesel fuel)) Major With F.H.P.for Guaranty Federal. telle that paving project will
tion by a prosecuting attorney until a permanent as given to Bradford County be transferred to Powell I 1
Other officers elected at the
Assistant State's Attor- replacement can be found 17 Street In Subdivi-
last Wednesday, Jan. Col. J. E. Beach Director the southern half of the Jan. 17 board meeting were: Southgate
Help The SeniorsDANCE ney Gene Shaw moved, for a Edmondson took over administration Clerk Gib sion. That project would begin -
according to Counts;
directed verdict of acquittal of the Union hos- Brown. of the Florida !Highway! Patrol State from Orlando south 11'. :\, Robinson, senior vice- from Colley Road and
Judge Sanders then dismissedthe pital last Thursday morning. has announced the pro- :Major Spears' successor as president and comptroller; extend down Powell Street to
case. He headed operations at the Brown says he was told by motion of Captain B. II.Spearsto Captain in Lake City will be Harry C. Duncan, secretary'; Parker Street for the same
Gulf Oil Corp., under contractto the rank of :Major effective announced In the near future
Women's Club Larry Hampton, charged Bradford County Hospital for John A. Torode, treasurer; 885 feet as the Estelle Street
with lewd and lascivious behavior 14 years, always keeping that provide heating oil, repre- Feb. 1. Col. Beach advised.Thomas William H. Chandler, assist- project.
Saturday, Jan 27 was not represented by hospital In the black, from sentative that during January ant secretary'; Rhesa B. Bos- "
$6.00 Per an attorney when his trial was the time it opened until his Gulf will supply no more than Major Spears became a State Resigns tick, vice-president and loan It was agreed at last Tuesday's -
Couple called. Judge Sanders appointed retirement about five years the amount of heating fuel the Trooper on Nov. I, 1952 and officer; Lewis elllnger, regular council meet-
Dress: CasualProceeds the public defender county used in December. was stationed in Tavares. lie From Starke vice-president and assistant ing, upon Councilman Neil
to represent Hampton and con- Brown says he has asked was promoted to Corporal in loan officer; Ralph E. Irvine, Tucker's suggestion that If
Will Go tinued the case.A ago.Week courthouse officials to turn Tavares on July 1, 1959 and Zoning BoardStarke vice-president and assistant sewer service Is made a-
For RemodelingWoman's mix-up occurred in the Brings down thermostats and to be then promoted to Sergeant, comptroller, and J. Thomas vailable to the Reno section
scheduled trial of' Clarence as conservative as possiblewith October 1, 1963. zoning board mem- Hall assistant vicepresidentand that residents there be required -
Club Nathan Van Syckel on charges One Inch RainOne heating needs this month. lie was transferred to ber Delano Thomas submit- branch manager. to discontinue use of
Music of malicious injury to govern- He has also Instructed Custo Starke to supervise the Starke ted his resignation to the new spetic tanks and. Instead, use
ByStlrofounr ment property. The defen- inch of rain was reported dian Herbert Norman to not District on April 1, 1964; was board last Tuesday, Jan. 16, Board members of Guaranty the city sewer system.
..ouulI I IC.urtw dant's twin brother Herbert by all three fire tow- heat the courthouse on week- promoted to Lieutenant April according to Chairman L. M. Federal are: Fred II. Can- City crews will be capable
Albert Van Syckel, appearedIn ers In Bradford County dur- ends. 1 1. 1968 and transferred to Gaines trell William H. Chandler of performing much of the
,..tiIhr court Thursday and plead ing the week Jan. 15-22. E- Reason for the rationing, Lake City as District Com- Thomas cited personal reasons Doyle E. Conner, S. G. Den- labor In Installing the sewer
I guilty to the charge. The leven fires were reported by Brown says he was told by mander of the Lake City and for the resignation, stat- mark, Tom Dobson, HarryC. and water lines. But some
: (rammunittltatr charge was dropped against the Florida Forest Service the Gulf Oil lepresentative Starke District. lie was pro- his duties with his employer Duncan, E. L. Matthews, deep cuts, to make gravity
Clarence Nathan Van Syckel. with 71 acres burned. from Jacksonville Is that Gulf moted to Captain Sept 1, 1970 the Florida National Guard B. F. Mizell Jr., C. A, Pound, flow of the lines possible will
+ Hank A pre-sentence Investigationwas did not anticipate the large Increase and designated Commander of will henceforth be primarilyin Jr., Earl P. Powers W. N. be required, It was found after -
Anyone who
ordered by Judge Sanders sees a woods in Florida's population Troop B, Headquarters In Jacksonville. Robinson, M. I. Rudderman, to Ruckman last
Account. Now '...-.. Lip tin Herbert Albert VanSyckel. fire is asked to report it by or the big jump in fuel oil Lake Cit '. A committee of the City A. J. Thomas, Jr., John A. Friday.talking The city has no equip-
To $20,000, calling 964-5436. There have consumption in the state and, Col. Beach stated that,:Major Council is in Torode.
r.d..l l Depo.il ........_c...... Cnarges of assault and bat- been several fires recently as a result, did not order Spears will be transferredto selecting a replacementto processof Advisors appointed were: ment to make cuts that deep
tery against Marion Thomas In the Sampson Lake area, oil at the beginning of Ruby Johns and C. A. Ro
Tallahassee 1 fill
on March I. the vacancy left by
Lee, scheduled to be tried which were not reported. (See Page 4))
the year. and will be Deputy; Inspector Thomas Gaines says. berts.

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II- -- ,i Anniversaries Birthdays Parties Yhe 972cu1f 9k {/flr e9he : etffl.V ., .I Club Births Weddings Persooats M..tings' Iol !

-(1, Showers Gladys Mooty, Socl.ty Editor, 964.7608 ..

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Shower Given Hospital uxiliary ADK ;Initiates; Melrose Club Introducing HEARINGS DISTRICT TODAYBY COURT

For Mrs. Milner, Sets Up Fund New Members
Hears Talk
Mr. Mrs.Warren Carver The 37-county North Flo-
Recent BrideMrs. As Barry Mc:.."rial ver of Starke announce the rida District Court of Appeal
,. n-.ntTn.fi! chapter of On Bird Care birth of a son, Jeffrey War- will hold hearings today
ren, Jan. 11. Grandparents are (Thursday) at the Bradford
Mark Milner the for- The Bradford County Hospital Ib.. n
mer Lucille Kauffman, a recent Auxiliary held their gen- at the LYMullins. .. Honoring the Rev. camp Fred ner of Starke, and Mr and Judge Sam Spector presiding.
--- bride, was complimented eral meeting and covered dish Mrs. R. M. Carver, Live Oak.
Yerkes, Jr. will be held at
Monday night in the
at a miscellaneous supper
The business session
ArI Camp Shands, Badin Powell Other members of the panel
shower Saturday night at the Methodist Fellowship with
conducted by the president,
home of Mrs. Arlen McKnighton Miss Lillian Stump presiding.It Mrs. M. A. Payne. Mrs. Ruth Scout Reservation, six miles Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jack- will be Judges John S. Rawls
southeast of Melrose, on Jan- and Dewey M. Johnson.JamesA.
Eastwood Drive. Hostesses son and daughters visited her
Frazier the devotionalon
was voted that money In gave uary 28 at 3 p.m. Barfield will be marshallof
Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
with Mrs. McKnight were parents,
the savings account be named the benefits and steward-
The public Is invited to at-
Mrs. James Crosby Mrs. J. Smith in Williston over the the court.
the "Jack Barry Memorial"fund ship of ADK. A brief historyof tend.
E. Hardy, Mrs. John Greene, in memory of Dr. A. J. the sorority was presented The dedication speech will weekend.
Mrs. Jerry Gay, Mrs. George , ,
Barry. All excess money to by Mrs. Phil Vellenga.In be made by William Chlappinl < ;;::> 'J:7= :]
Pierce, Mrs. Garl Matthews, be added to this fund witha a candlelight service, of Melrose. Scout Troops 105
and Mrs. Bobby Taylor. view of furnishing the lob- Mrs. John Arthur Reddish, and 574 of Keystone
Mrs. McKnight greeted by of the new doctor's offices Mrs. Mike Sexton, and Mrs. Heights will be participatingin
guests at the door and pre- to be built by the hos- Ray Stanwix-Ilay were pledgedto the program along with the ,
sented them to the receiving pital In the near future. Mrs. the sorority. Following the Keystone Heights High School
line composed of the honoree, s Barry will present a portraitof service, Mrs. Reddish, Mrs. Band.
:Dr. Coving ton her mother, Mrs. Joseph Dr. Barry to the Auxi- Sexton, Mrs. Stanwix-Hay,
Honored Kauffman, and Mrs. R. W. liary to be hung In the hos- Mrs. Elbert Earle Thorntonand
To Be Milner. Mrs. Andrew Santartginl New Site
pital lobby. Camp 1650 N. Ay 9647212 Stark Flo.Op .
The Tempi *
table was initiated into the *
;Reception t The lamps and overbed tables were chap-
covered with a linen and lace Sheering-Sapp ordered by the Auxiliaryhave To Be Named 9716 Sun.
ter.Refreshments n
cloth and centered with a silver Engagement Told been delivered to the were servedby For Fred YerkesThe
Dr. A. Y Covington will be candelabra holding five hospital and the mattresses Mrs. Mullins and Mrs.
honored at a retirement reception pink candles and encircled will be delivered soon. Milton Wheeler. NOW OPEN
Sunday, Jan. 28, from with fern Interspersed with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Dale Mrs. Charles Darby Intro- Melrose Woman's Club
3:30 to 5 P.m. at the HolidayInn pink camellias. Mrs. James Sheering of Starke announcethe duced S. L. Peek Jr. who .held its regular luncheonprogram In 1 1S
given by the Bradford and Brock presided at the crys- engagement of their daughter showed color slides of his OES SupperThe meeting with an excel- Starke I
Union County Health Depart- tal punch bowl which held an Wanda Sue, to George recent European trip. lent attendance. Mrs. Eliza- For The
Ice mold with pink roses In and beth Austin, from the Univer- Convenience Of
ment staffs and the Public Ronald Sapp, son of Mr. Hostesses for the eveningwere Order of the Eastern
Health Nursing Advisory It. Mrs. Mathews poured cof- Mrs. George W. Sapp of Law- Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Star will have a covered dish sity of Florida museum, gavea
Councils. fee from a silver service.On toy. chairman, Mrs. Gladys Wel- Saturday night at 7 talk on "Birds in Your Our Many Valued
The public is cordially Invited the buffet was a pink Miss Sheering is a juniorat don, Mrs. L. C. Early, Mrs. o'clock supper in the Masonic Hall. Garden," telling of their habits -
to attend.Farewell. pyramid floral arrangement.The Bradford High School. L. A. Canova and Mrs. J. R. All Masons and their fami- and what to feed and Friends & Customers.We .
hostesses presented the is 1971 when.
Mr Sapp a grad- Kite. lies invited to attend.
honoree with a pair of flqr- uate of BHS and is employedwith are She also recommended sev- Have A
al sheets and matching pillow Fickling Brothersin eral books for reading. Large
Party cases. Jacksonville.The Beta Sigma Phi Anyone interested in fur-
For HarringtonsAt One hundred guests were wedding date will be Members Plan DUPLICATE BRIDGE ther information may writeto Inventory Of New Homes
Invited to call between the announced later.Birthday CLUB RESULTSMrs. Supt. of Documents, Wash-
hours 7:30 and 9 p.m. Heart Fund Ball M.A. Baldwin and Mrs. ington, D..C, Dept. of In-
Gruen HomeMr. S.W. Hamilton were the win- terior.A A nd More A rriving Daily

Dance To Benefit Party ning couple at Duplicate dogwood tree was planted -
and Mrs. Marion Harrington For WentzLittle Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Bridge Tuesday night where for Arbor Day. With I
who will leave soon Senior ClubA Lynn Monday, Jan. 22, at the homeof there were four tables tnplay. ---- The Latest In
Mrs. Wayne Wynn with Mrs. Mrs. Edward Burns and T.A.
to make their home at Day-
Christine Lynn Wentz Robert Bowen co-hostess. Sundem were second and Mr. Mrs. Betty Anne Phillipsand a Decor & Floor
tona Beach, were honored at "Help the Seniors"dance, Cheryl Anne,
During the business meet-
celebrated her first birthday and Mrs. Ed Walnwright were
a "going-away" party Satur- sponsored by the Junior Wo-
and Jimmy Crosby visited
day night at the home of Dr. man's Club, will be held Sat- Saturday, Jan. 20, when her Ing members discussed final third. Dr. Clen McClane in Talla- FINANCING AVAILABLE
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- plans for a Heart Fund Ballto
and Mrs. Harry Gruen. Hosts Jan. 27 from 9
urday, ,
p.m. hassee the weekend.
with the Gruens were Mr. to I a.m. In the Woman's liam D. Wentz, gave a party be held Sat., Feb. 10, from over
9 to 1 at the Starke Golf and
for her and 27 guests.A .
and Mrs. Gene Shaw and Mr. Club.
Ann theme was Country Club. Tickets are available -
and Mrs. Gus Kopelousos. The Styrofoam Soul band
carried out in the decorations from any Beta Sigma
Thirty couples enjoyed the will furnish music for the
affair. During the evening an evening. Proceeds will be given and a Raggedy Ann doll toppedthe Phi member. Proceeds from EXTRASPECIALSAVIN.GS
cake. A the dance will be donated to
birthday game
address book was passed a- to the Starke Woman's
round for each couple to sign Club to help pay for the remodeling "Give Raggedy Ann a Heart"was the Northeast Florida Heart
for presentation to the lIar- of the club. Door enjoyed by the children, Association.
and they were also given fav- Refreshments were served 'fr
prizes donated by local mer-
chants will be given. ors of bubbles, candied hearts, following the meeting. !

Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Tur- Admission price is $6 per and candy cups.
ner spent the weekend In Atlanta couple; dress Is casual, and Miss Lorraine Alvarez and
on business and plea- all adults are Invited to at- Mrs.John Adams and daughter Mrs. R. G. Thornton were
sure, and were Joined by Mr. tend. For table reservationsand Amy, of Athens, Ga.were Saturday overnight guests of i
and Mrs. John Burton of Knox- tickets call Linda Smith, Monday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack CarterIn Thru Sat!
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I iJeople au3R.rtoim- '.
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Mri. Mabel Evan of Memphis Mrs. William Bell of Bald-
Term It visiting/ Mrs.II win and Mrs Ivan Nlblack
J. Moseley for severe!, of Lake City; were Monday
_'.; Weeks. visitors of Mrs.'David Mont-
Mr. Mid Mrs. Norman
Compton at Columbia S. C. Miss Madge Middleton visit-
and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. So- ed LTC and Mrs.Nelson Smith
gen or Camden S."C. were) In Orange Park Monday.
e weekend guests of Mrs. J. TRUCKS i
L. Gentry. Mrs. Barney McRae is visIting -
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley
Mrs. George' Anderson spent and family at Merritt Island
Wednesday to Sunday In St. for ten days Mrs. Harleyis
Petersburg! Mr. and Mrs. recuperating from surgery.
R. 1..Epperson Sr.
} Mrs. Delma Reddish and
Mr. and Mrs. Howe McCor- 4 1 son Bobby, of Webster were
mick of Keystone Heights were guests of Mrs. A. E. McKInney i
last Thursday visitors of Mrs.B several days last week. TRUCKSBALDWIN
A. Newsom.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lucas -
Joey Jordan and Wanda St. of Redkey, Ind. were Sun-
John of Live Oak are staying JLL day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. H. A.Law- George W. Brown.
son and attending the U. of F.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell -
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson visited Mrs. Esma CHEVROLETOLDSHas
attended the fUneral of Yongue and Mrs.Thelma Dean
her brottter, C. H. Register, Clyde Tcrwillegar receives a 10th year credit In Fairfield Sunday.
In Tsllatisssee last Thursday. award from Ford Motor Credit ExecutiveH.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Math- Got
Mr L. W. Strickland of, B. Will., thews andgranddaughter.
Wndwood is Visiting her sis-' Mary Anne Miller, spent the
ten, Mrs. W. H. Hart and weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ella Moody, this week. Ford W. M. Meng at St. Petersburg -
Joining hr listers on Monday Terwillegar Beach.
was Mrs. C.'W.Beasley'
of Gainesville. Mrs. Eollne Smith of San- TRUCKSPREOWNED
Receives Credit
ford was visiting friends and
Mrs. Verde Flynji spent relatives here last Thursday
Sunday with her sister. Mrs. and Friday.
Bessie Faxon,In GainelV l.:' Servicing AwardAt
Miss Beverly Patterson and
Mr. and Mrs.Earl McDan- Ted Kamaraline of Miami ( ONES THAT IS)
lei of Brunswick, Ga. were: a congratulatory lunch- located at 206 West Madison spent the weekend with her
weekend guest of Mr. and eon this afternoon, Clyde B. Street In Starke. mother, Mrs. John E. Pat-,
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwlro. Ten llegar, president, Ter- ,The Ford Motor Credit terson and Mrs. A. J. Barry And We Have Got Some Real
willegar Motor Co. was presented Company Jacksonville branch and family.
Among those' attending the with an award com- office 4161 Carmichael Ave-
funeral of Dr. C. J. Houptin memorating the dealership'stenth nue,Jacksonville, Florida opened Mr. and Mrs. Edward Good For
Orlando Saturday afternoon. consecutive year of financing for business on Novem- Schwab of Merritt Island and Buys You.
were Mrs. Lex Green, R, A. operations with Ford ber 22.1960.Although. Mrs. John Anderson of Cal-
Green Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Motor Credit Company. Ford Credit'sprincipal ahan were weekend visitors
L. F. nntdns, Mr. and Mrs In presenting the 10 Year business Is financing of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson.
Charles Hardy, Mr. end Mrs Dealer Award to Mr. Ter sales of automobiles and
Frank Mitchell and daughter, willegar, H. B. Wills, Ford trucks the company also extends Mr. and Mrs. Mike Anderson Take A Look At This
Mr. and Mrs.J. H. Moncrlef, Credit Jacksonville Branch wholesale and retail financing had Mr. and Mrs. James
and Mrs. Henry Godwin. manager, said that the me- for tractors and related Barron and Vicky and Claire
mento represented the credit equipment both farm Turner for dinner Sunday on 1966 Chevy 1/2 Ton 1968 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton
Mr. and Mrs. S.G.Denmark company's recognition and and Industrial.A the Anderson's fifth wedding
and MIlo Sieve, attended the deep appreciation of the close wholly-owned subsidiaryof anniversary. Long Wheel Base 6 Cylinder Custom Cab
Furniture Mart In Atlanta, relationship that has existed Ford Motor Company,Ford Long Wheel Base 6 Cylinder with

Monday to Wednesday during between the the last two decade.organizations 226 Motor branch Credit offices Company In the has U- went Mrs.surgery Nell Crawford last ThursdayIn under- 6 Ply Tires And Steo Bumper Clean Lower Moulding And Only SZ.OOCMiles

Among those attending the "We have always respected nited States, Canada and other Alachua General Hospital. One Owner.
funeral of Leonard Barber Terwillegar Motor Com- countries, including sales financing $795 $1 1,095
of Baldwin In Callahan last pany's; service to the community commercial, indus- Miss Esther Romero of
Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. ; and are proud to have trial and real estate financing Tampa was the weekend guest
Harold Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. been associated with Mr.Ter- and consumer loan of- of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har- 1969 Chevy 1/2 Ton 1969 Chevy 1 Ton
L B. Thompson Mrs. Verda wille.:w and Ms employes, fices. dy and son Don.
Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Graham ,both personally and professionally Long Nheel Base Fleet Side V8 Engine Cab And Chassis 6 Cylinder Engine With
Crews Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. Wills said. "" ,.,
Crews and Mrs. Gerald "We all anticipate many' | And 8 Ply Tires One Owner With 43OOOMiles Avg A Solid Aluminum Body Runs Real Good
Crawford. more years of working together. DANIELS SUZUKI
." $1,395 $1,595
Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Terwillegar Motor Com- You Better
Miss Madge Middleton wire pany, established in 1958 Is In Order To Serve
Friday luncheon: guests of -4:) 1970 Chevy 1/2 Ton 1970 Chevy 1/2 Ton
Mrs. Mae Jones In Jacksonville -
W. Brownlee, Mrs. .
Dr. J.
Edward Burns, Mrs. J. E. Moved Short Wheel BaseStepside 6 Cylinder And Radio Long Wheel Base FleetsideTwo Tone Paint Radio!

surgery Orie Wiggins Tuesday In underwent St. Vin fellow Wilson and attended Mrs. W.the G.String-funeralof Has aGaMitoff' .\\iI & Heater Two Tone Paint And Z2,000yjles! Heater And V8 Engine 46OOOMiles

cent's Hospital, Jacksonville.Mrs. Sen. W. A. Shands Monday \, Runs Perfect. $1,695
In Gainesville. $1,595
E. M. Davis stunt To Ib17 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. Gainesville
the weekend with her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.Strick juuuusuisHini "nnnrp
Mrs. Pauline Stone and Miss land and daughter, Gloria and 1970 Ford Ranchero 1966 Chevy Van
Mantis'Anderson, la Archer. granddaughter Donna Thorn-
< <> &M k M M> t0M4
ton were camping at Disney 6
Cylinder Engine With
Mr. Edgar Dukes returned World ,Sunday and Monday.
Sunday after ten days visit PEE WEENursery VB Automatic. Transmission Radio & Heater Automatic TransmissionRadio& Heat
with her son-in-law and Mrs J. C. Vining of Pa-
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray latka visited Mrs. L. D. VIn- Condo New Radial Tires Two Tone Paint And Curtains Inside.
Brookina, in Raleigh, N. C. lng last Friday. School Clean

Mr. and: Mrs. LaRue Williams Mr. and Mrs Homer Stearns
and son of Ormond visited Albte McNutt in Wil- 607 South Westmoreland Street $1,995 $795
Beach will spend, the weekend liston Sunday.
with her parents, Mr. and Phone 964.8064
Mrs. R. A. Colson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lu-
ton of Olmsted, Dl. are guests Registration Starting January 25 1970 JEEP 1971 Ford XLT Ranger
Tiny Gnertln Is a medical of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson

patient In the Lake City VA for several days. 4 Speed 4 Wheel Drive With Top & Doors
Hospital. OPEN Fully Loaded With All Fords) Goodies.
Mrs. John S Large of Erie,
M... and Mrs. James Mc- Pa. was Sunday overnight Monday Through Friday] $1,495 $2,895
Neety and daughter of Lakeland guest of Miss Madge Middle-
spent the weekend. with ton. Hoars
her parents Mr. and Mrs. 1971 VW Bus 1972 Chevrolet

Herbert Thomas 7:00 a. m. To OOO p.m. Walk Through Front 1/2 Ton

Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. THE BRADFORD ( And Roof Air Condition Radi And Heater Wheel Base
Herbert Green visited Mr. COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ali Day Half Day Seats Long) Fleet Side V-8 Engine

and M.... Robert Howell in Published .very Thursday A her Clean As New 21,000 One Owner Miles With Heater And Only 5OOOMiles Clean
School In"
Lake City Sunday. at 138 W. Call Street "Drop
Starke, Florida 32091
Local admittances to Brad- SPECIAL "PIXIE CLASSES"
ford Coumy Hospital this week Second Class postage paidat

Include Kostan George Budy. Kopelonaos Mrs. F. F., Starke, Florida Birthday Parties For 1972 Vega Panel Express 1954 Dodge Power Wagon

Flume, Mrs. Mary Manning Subscription Rates:
Kimberly Norman., Marvin In trade area: $6.00 per Over Students Radio Heater And Clock 4 Wheel Drive And 4 Speed

Lawson Florence, John Johns,Moody Ben C.Holt-Mrs. year; $3.50 trade six area montllso.n.tde : $7.00 Limited Enrollment I Clean As Any New One Any Where Local Owner Take It Home Today For Only

i sendorf Sr- Christine Lents per year; ...00 six months
; $1,795 $375WE
Startle;Prokopwlcs Lev Bedenbaugh, Keystone, Edward '11 JJ.III.IJ..DAII .J Owned & Operated By LINDA SMITH HILDEBRAN

Heights; Nathaniel Dyal - - - - --

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miner WINTER
of Akron > are spending AT AND DRIVE See You SoonSTARKE
several weeks with Mrs. MIair's -
browier-ln-law and sister
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt
Williams. CLOSEOUT

Barney McRaa visited Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Conner and
family weekend.In Orlando over the Now Going On At


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TELEGRAPH Jan. 25, 1973

I Starke Plans Use Of U.S. Shared Funds about Safety it belts, it's,a when nice way you think to say ; .1

is not ready. Several I love you.
in federal revenue sting unit for the power plant, feet long at $5,985, and on determining why street lights new mercury-vapor lights to report
With $94,574 sharing funds in thecity's needs to repair some sewer the portion of Parker Street on US-301 north shine no the question of an electrical times during hampered the meeting by lack the 1: :::%%%:::%: :::::::::::: :::::::::::::::':::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::
council was [
pocket, the Starke City lines and Install new ones between SR-230 and Wilson brighter than they do.Schaefer malfunction. Everybody, how- to date report. ::r :1 1.
Council decided Tuesday,Jan. especially in the Reno area, Road, 18 feet wide by 885 brought the matter up, noting ever, agreed the lights are of--Turned an up down a proposal ::1 }
and has roads that need The price is $2.25 have been hit dim. : NOTICE I 1
16, It was time to discuss how many feet long. several persons Was told by Schaefer that that the city flourldate drinkIng :!:1 .
to spend the $470,000 the city paving or paved ones which per square yard. Raulersongot by cars on north Temple Ave- been used to water at a cost of $1- : '
limerock has repair -
to receive In the next need repairing. the bid over another area nue In recent months. The- Flourldation was ::: Machines
five expects years. "It'll look like a drop in firm because Raulerson said it ories range between the old holes In Keller Dell, 000-$1,500.recommended to the council ;::!: We Repair Most Business |, ,
the bucket when get to the work quicker.The lights, like the Euclid, and Jenkins Streets. '
The council voted, after discussion we could get Incandescent letter, read by Clerk :)
to spend 40 per cent through," said one council- council on Friday night, ones on US-301 north, are Asked Clerk the Edwards city's audit to through Edwards a, from the Bureau of y::i Typewriters (Portable & Electrics) |11
each ($188,000) of the anticipated man comparing the $477,000 however, delayed for up to simply not as bright as the, inquire why Dental Health. ::
funds on Improvementsto to costs of the above projects."I six months, the paving of Es- "::11 Adding Machios; Cash Registers |1l .
the sewer and water sys- think we should put this telle Street to give the city Calls For Halt
tems and the electrical sys- money to constructive use," time to Install sewer and waterlines Senator i Cleaned And Repaired | ,
tem, and 20 per cent ($94- Mayor-Commissioner Jimmy before putting pavement 1
000)streets.on the city's system of McRae suggested told that the improvementsbe council. He down.On recommendation of To Prisoner-Drug Tests :"::11 We Pick-Up & Deliver 1 1jj |
other test :
Estimates of the amounts made to the sewer system, Councilman Orle Wiggins, approved A complete halt to drug assist In the experiments con- of a chimpanzee or ::: i :
expected through the present specifically that sewer ser- employment of two experiments on Florida prison vinced him that the tests animals.Records show that Dr. Car- ::jj STARKE TYPEWRITER \f
federal revenue vice be extended\ the Reno additional firemen. Effective Inmates has been called for by should cease altogether.
director ::
five-year sharing program were based area of the city.Councilman Feb. 1 the jobs will pay each Sen. Kenneth M.Myers, chair "These doctors are appa- los Hernandez for the state,medical corrections- :::!i SERVICE r 1 11
by the council on the assumption Charles Schaefer fireman an annual salary of man of the Senate Health and. rently reaping great personal :: '
that the city will continueto In charge of the city's $5,820. Two additional fire- Rehabilitative Services Com-" financial benefits through visor system at and Union hospital Correctional super- ::11 PHONE 782-3020 LAWTEY, FLA. |1 ti
each not less street system, immediately men will cut a fireman's pre- mittee. dealing with drug companies, : :
receive year of the Institution Raiford, was paid :.:: ::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::':::::::::::::':
cent 84 to ** :::
than the $94,574 received in asked for 20 per sent on duty hours from Calling the practice"totally and this kind of thing simply the '::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::rac: *::::;::::::::
than $7,000 over
1972. funds for streets and paving. around 60 hours per week. immoral" the Miami Demo- should not go on under the more .
The city needs a newgener- Mayor McRae then asked Wiggins brought up the long crat said he will file a bill administrative eye of our past two years ... ----- I
each councilman to give his work week of firemen in December for action in the 1973 session state," Myers said.
opinion on how the funds should when he said the city prohibiting pharmaceuticaldrug Drug companies and Independent
Reno Sewers, be spent. fire department was under- firms from using pri- testing laboratories
The funds should be divided staffed and that members of soners as "human guinea conducted some 60 experi-
(From Page 1)) between several areas, said the department have been pigs" for their experimental ments over the past two yearson
Councilman Neil Tucker, working 84 hours per week.He projects. a total of 4,122 Inmates,
and a private firm with the mentioning sewer lines, the suggested using the $5,000 the "Prisoners, being captive ranging from tests of hair Sfre&tofFEBRUARY
proper equipment will have to sewer plant, streets and the city will receive from the groups, should not be used shampoo to experimental rabies
be retained. electrical system In additionto as the subject of dangerous and Influenza vaccines.
A machine to make the deep the road system mentioned county under Bradford's $16- medical experiments," Sen. Inmates were paid as little
cuts required in the Reno first by Schaefer. Councilman 000 supplement of all Myers said. "There's some- as $2 for their participation,
area would cost around Vernon Silcox agreed the funds departments In the county. thing totally Immoral in allowing although the average pay aver- SAIW.(
$20,000, according to Supt.S. should be spent on sewer ser- That will cost,pay a large the portionof city'scost a prisoner to be re- aged $30 to 440 per experiment -
the lessening
R. Hicks. vice and electrical Improve- duced to bartering his body to ,
for the two
There was discussion last ments. to $6,640 get cigarette and candy "It's obvious that the drug
Tuesday about whether to use Bradford County has received men.Wiggins conceded under money," he added. companies have been going to FARM MART BUILDING
all of the $94,574 in federal a total of$133,596 giv- Jan. 16 that hir- Myers said that disclosureslast the prisons because they finda
sharing funds already ing the city and county almost questioning December that drug com- prisoner is cheaper to use
received by the city and to half a million dollars. The ing the only situation.one man But would after further help- panies pay state-salaried prison than a free-world volunteer," Rout 3, Box 505 SUPPLY. rhone 904964.8917,
attempt to complete the Reno county has yet to set defi- discussion the council officials and doctors thou- Sen. Myers said "cheaper South. Behind Lonohorn RestourantSTARKE
sewer project this year. The nite plans for expenditure. of approved hiring two men as sands of dollars annually to sometimes than even the cost u's301 FLORIDA 32091
its shared funds.In
alternative was to divide fundsup
other action Tuesday,Jan. Wiggins first requested.
and take five years on
of firm
--Employment a
Friday night 16, the Starke council: Hurt
several projects. Floridians
conduct a rate structure study 155,000
Awarded $9,297 paving
the decision was made to place a Painted SteelROOFING
Ccnstruction was turned down by the council Galvanized Steel
the and Improvements water systems to, electrical the sewer bid of to Alachua Raulerson County for the 000.as The too study expensive was proposedby at $5- In Traffic During 1972Traffic ROOFING &
Street in
system five, and the program streets, all as paving Reno, 18 feet wide by 1,328 Tucker, supported by Wig- crashes on Florida's turn signals, changing lanes 5' T* 14' Li*!*..* SIDING
on a year gins, but defeated 3-2. without signaling, passing at
took the
the federal funds flow in. Court --Agreed to split with Con- highways lives of 2,489 during persons 1972 whichis intersections, following too $10.85 ShMti 5* T.1 14' LMitbi..

L. County_ tractor George Holiday a leaking a 5 1 1/2: percent Increase closely or driving in the wrong
sewer at Estelle and over 1971, according to the lane are "highway Irritants"which Per Sq. Ft. $ I O.5O Per Sq. Ft16'To
now your Trials. Brownlee which the council Florida Highway Patrol. lead to accidents.
and Holiday agree constitutesa Patrol records show that "The alert driver knows that
"CarpetingBY (From Page 1)) health hazard. The sewer nearly 155,000 persons were In the total traffic safety pic- 30' Length Slightly Higher
line to a private residencewas injured in auto accidents dur- ture, there are no minor vio-
ley Hardy, and was fined $51. installed by a private ing 1972, which is over 10- lations only minor conse- ORDER NOW WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE
Another charge, that of care- contractor, doing work for 000 than the previousyear. quences and a split second
K. E. BIDDLE less driving was dropped by Holiday, who has since left .more separates a minor violation FROM THE SOUTH'S LARGEST
State Attorney Gene Shaw. the vicinity. $60 in labor and "A high percentage of all from a major tragedy," con-
IIA\T; YOI IIE IT\'IID: .' material should fix the leaky accidents Investigated by Pa- cluded Beach. STOCK
Elmae S. McLeod charged line, said Supt. S.R. Hicks. trol officers result from so-
Have joii IUTII hcsitaiil with driving while intoxicated: -_Took no action on pur- called minor violations," said -
about piirihaxini carpet !ht' plead guilty through her attor- chasing new conveyor chains Col. Eldrlge Beach, Patrol
cause \OU lia\c licaiitiful haul!. ney, A.K. Black, and was fined for the city sewerage plant at director, "while a large per-
$151 and lost her license for Hicks
4000. Supt.
wood flours:? Don't lie. Prop-! a cost of centage of fatal accidents are
90 days. said the present chains are
erl)' installed carpet "ill not i Janie IlielmanGajhartplead badly worn and will have to be caused by driving under speed-the! .1 ,
influence of alcohol and .
mar the finish of )our floors guilty to the charge of unlawful replaced before too long. '*'
of both.
and yon can aka make the' speed and was fined Turned over to the Utility ing Careless or a combination acts, such as failure zI' '
suited had l in li.inlwnod ilou $101.Doris Committee responsibility of and
to give proper
tire of carpel Watson White,char-
> ged with driving while Intoxi- )Ci /
But \\e scriouslx I ilimlii that
after cated and careless driving, ATTENTION ADULTS 2\
you \\ill Kant! to
plead guilty through Brader. 4
Irjinc carpet in >Our homeCarpet Judge Sanders ordered a pre-
is i so luxurious, ami: sentence investigation before l I111 1l i r
G. E. D. Examinations will Be Given
plush that it maKes\ \on fell passing judgment. Another !fit
lila millionaire c\in' if \ou charge of resisting arrest Week Of February 5th 1973 At C.-' .
aren't. And 1, ("\('n more important without violence was
i is the fat I that ;pels dropped from court. B.U.A.V.T.C. \ -

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vacuum \\ctl\l\, and ( leanilh > --- (

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t'w' 'J'a.-2: -1973, 'T'H;H- ;.: 5 q1

Victor KnightTo Jaycees Win As Junior Boys Open I IJunior

Boys basketball sea- of play the Jaycees outscoredthe opportunities In the final two Leading Scorers: JayceesE. -
son opened Thursday with the Branding Iron 17-14 to take minutes as they went to the Bright 17, M. Kitchens 15.
Jaycees earning the firstgame the game, 52-50. foul line seven times and Branding Iron C, Ledbettor
Speak At 65-45 over the Civitans, then The Branding Iron blew Its seven times they missed. 22, M. Baker 16.
coming back Friday and edging
by Branding Iron 52-50. Mill.WHAT'S NEW M

The Jr. Boys Basketball News And Activities From
Chamber FeteVictor League opened the season JIMJDUCATIDH1\\

Thursday January 18, with a THE RECREATION CENTERRECREATION tr
big game between the Jayceesand usci>
F William A.Fowl.r, M.Ed/"F
M. Knight, presidentof 30, at 7 pjn. the Clvltans, with the by
Quality; Boadcastlng Cor- A third generation nativeof Jaycees earning a 65-45 win. The Trailer Hitch Garden Unique Current Through
St. Petersburg Mr. Knight DEPARTMENT -
poration, will be the featured attended high schools In St. The first quarter was a standoff THANKS BASKET- Restaurant, Gem Jewelry, Home SadyICs
the 26th annual
speaker at Petersburg and Indianapolis with each team scoring 12 BALL UNIFORM CONTRI- Chamber of Commerce, Koch no secret that many oftoday's
dinner of the Starke-
meeting Ind. He attended Indiana University points. However the second BUTORSThe Drugs, Baldwin Chevrolet, young people are
Bradford Chamber of
County Winkler turned off by modern industrialization -
quarter presented an entirely Hurst Shell
Commerce at the Starke Golf Butler University iron and the prospectof
different situation. While the Res-
Electric Branding
& Country Club Tuesday, Jan. and Jordan Conservatory of new uniforms for the an assembly line job or
Music, graduating,"cwn Clvi tans scored only six pointsIn Bantam Boys All Star team taurant, Conner Insurance a "dull" office routine.
I the second stanza the Jay- Agency, Starke Builders Supplies
laude" in communications have been delivered and they For these individualists
Use PreAddressedms Mr. Knight has been assoc- t (.I cees poured In 27 big ones and are a beautiful set of uni- Starke Jaycees, Bar- there may young be an alternative
iated with radio since the moved to a 39-18 half-time forms the Starke Recreation rett's Concrete Products, in home study. One
Labels To age of seven when he first \ fif1: lead. Department announces. Cunningham Gulf Station, State can get launched into some
The Clvltans after thatdis- Farm Insurance MerrlttWilliams unusual careers through a
child thank'the local
appeared as a perfor- "We wish to -
File Tax Return "
mer on WSUN in St, Peters ,' astrous second quarter actually businesses whose contri- Badcock Furniture, correspondence course.
For 16 he "y outscored Jaycees 27- butions made these uniforms Gainesville Coca Cola.A Take the
burg. years was
be ancient of
Taxpayers should sure associated with IndianapolisRadio >.:; 26 but the damage was too possible," according to Recreation total of $185 was donated, art
to use the pre-addressed label gemology -
: the cost of the uniforms was
as copy and music director great to be undone and Jay Director Gene Ray- the ability to
on the tax package they
cees took 65-45 win. $170. We will buy the players and
program director and a burn. identify
receive In the mail the Internal -
sales manager. Ills other activities They are as listed below: a pair of socks to match the put a valueon
Revenue Service ?ry
says. Akrldge with 22
include ownership and ,, Florida Bank at Starke Com- uniform preciousstones.
The IRS can quickly process management of an entertain- 1L w \ ,: points was the scoring leader munity State Bank, George "It is the support of busi- The
with labels .
tax returns fe for winners. Emmit Bright nesses like the afore- Gem o 1 logical
col- Roberts Ins. Terwlllegar
ment ,
since the labels con- agency writing a had 19, and Mike Kitchens mentioned that allow this cityto / Institute
Ford Motors Wishbone Chic-
and ,
tain Identifying Information put in 16. of Amer
said J. J. O'Don- Knight's speaking engagements P For the losing team Steve ken, Jackson Building Sup- provide community the youngsters with varied of ica instructs Home 2000 students
nell, Jr., District Directorfor span 22 years and At4 Hanker son had 15 points and plies, Kitchen Tile, Charley our activities. Without their help a year hy correspon
he has travelled over 30,000 Johns Ins., Southern Discount, dente
Florida. Carl Hamm had nine.
Peel the label from the tax miles In a single year In ap- Guaranty Federal Savings & many activities" could not be Locksmithing an art
Mid- Loan Jerome Johns Oil, Ken- conducted, says Recreation backto
package and place it on your pearances throughout the Victor Knight which it is said dates
tax return. west and South. Topic of his JAYCEES 52LLRANDING tucky Fried Chicken, Draw- Director Gene It ay burn. 2000 B.C. when only
addresshas talk at the CC dinner will be IRON 50 Egyptian royalty could afford
If your name or Miniature Burger ToppingsTop locks and keys, has newcort'er
"Florida Then Now and In the second of the
changed, make the necessary possibilities for the
corrections on the Tomorrow." Meat Balls each burger with one of season Friday, Jan. 19, the Burning Leaves Destroys correspondence student
A highlight of the annual Branding Iron played its
strike open-
label and lightly through the following: The U.S. Labor Department
the wrong pre-printed Infor- dinner will be the annual a- 1 pound ground beef 1 green pepper slice stuffed Ing game with their opponents Good Source Of OrganicMany reported on the "nn-
mation. If you have a refund wards/! to local citizens who with cheese spread coming In the person of the cient and honorable trade"in
due, this will help insure delivery have distinguished themselvesby 1 teaspoon salt Jaycees who had opened the its Fall '72 Occupational
of the check to the service to the community 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1 large mushroom cut season with a victory. Brand- people destroy a good uary can be a dry month. Outlook Quarterly.
correct address. Marc E. Jackson will be 24 pretzel sticks vertically in thirds and Ing Iron's debut was spoiled source organic material and
Taxpayers should also be installed as president of the Combine beef salt and pep- broiled in butter or when the Jaycees took a52-50 mulch by burning pine needles
certain to enter their cor- local chamber.All per. Shape into balls using 1 margarine win.This and leaves, according to the
rect social security numberon members and friendsof tablespoon seasoned ground 1 tomato slice topped with 3 game ws close all the Florida Nurserymen and Growers Henry Block has
file avocado wedges(dipped In way. At the end of the first Association (FNGA).
the label before they the Chamber are askedto beef for each ball. Place in
their return. obtain their tickets at the shallow baking dish. Bake in lemon juice) quarter, Branding Iron led 12- Both of these types of leaves 17 why
acid condition to the reasons
The filing deadline for 1972 11. At the half Branding Iron an you
Chamber office not later than slow
Is April 16 1973. oven ((3250F.) 15 to 20 Zippy Sauce maintained a 22-21 lead. After soil and are very beneficial
tax returns
: Friday Jan. 26. minutes. Insert pretzel stick the third quarter Branding to azaleas and camellias.Why should

......,,. __ ._ :. .___________._....................u.u..u......... in each ball. Serve hot with 1/4 cup prepared mustard Iron still had a one point lead, waste something that you can come to us
.a? Zippy Sauce. Yield: 24 balls. 1/2 cup cooked salad dressing 36-35. Then In the final period have for free?

Public Enemy No.l 1 l l11j 1 horseradish teaspoon prepared ing Strawberry along well plants now in are certain com for income tax help.

parts of the state, but they,
11j I like other plants are subjectto Reason 2. We're human, and once in a

LIQUOR WINE BEER f a t ;' 3 r v fungus attack. If you havea great while we make a mistake. But if our
home strawberry garden,
you may find some of your error means you must pay additional tax,
::::: The booze business is the best friend the devil :::: plants affected with a small the
1;!: has on earth. The booze business is the greatest enemy :S::1 '6Y 4 brown spot, circular in shape you pay only tax. \Ve pay any interest
:::: God has on earth. :Si:#:i: and scattered randomly over or penalty.
:::: Booze makes orphans takes food out of children's :::#: the leaves. This disease
:::::: mouths, shoes off childrens feet; causes more wives :::: called cercospera leaf spot,
'::: to be abused beaten, digs more graves, makes murderers :.:;:: can be controlled with spray
':::1: thieves, whoremonger of men, than any other ::::1 of neutral copper. In additionto
.:: disease on earth. :::r: this problem you may encounter -
:i:|. But worse yet y# berries that have been
:;#::;. It damns men's souls to an eternal hellfire. :: half eaten or destroyed by
::::; It robs God, man church, community. Our Cornt::t some unknown fowl.Of course
:ji:::::munlty has enough suffering illness drunken men and TODAY the professional gardener
::>women now, without adding more places to the list- } knows that this damage is
&: to sell it.Nothing. :::=. caused by 'slugs or ,snails.
:::.! good can be said of booze, nothing good comes' IT'S "A DOLLAR SAVEDIS About the only way to control
::::.from using It. :: slugs or snails is by using
:::1;; Nothing good can be said of booze nothing good r! A DOLLAR EARNED"! metaldehyde bait. This Is
::::;comes from using it. :: available under a number of
...:f.:: Every person who makes a living from the booze trade names so consult with
:::: industry Is a parasite and ought to be treated like one. }: But penny saved or dollar saved, there'sabsolutely jour nurseryman or garden
::,:!:;; God says, "Woe be to the one who puts hard drink :::. nothing like a growing ready- supply store. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
::*:::;to his neighbor's lips. :::; There may be a few aza-
cash in in-
::''' The argument goes on and on, why not license it :: reserve safely deposited an leas popping their blooms now 118 NORTH WALNUT
.:rand get the revenue? Skunks stink too, and I believe terest-earning savings account here- particularly some of the Bel-
|Open 9 A.M. To 6 p M. Monday Thru Suturday Phone '
;: they ought to be kept in the swamp. :y:, for educa- gulm varieties. Azaleas need 64-D38H
::::: Booze keeps people from being born again, without :t::: emergency, pleasure, college plenty of water and as is NO APPOINTMtlMT NECESSARYIT'S"BRAZIER'LUNCH
:jj::|.::which no man will ever enter into the kingdom of heaven. :::: tion, or down-payment on a new car or known by the oldtimers, Jan-
::$:f:' Booze brings disgrace makes harlots of girls, ruins :::: home.
:::#;:lives. ::::
:::.: Bible says booze is a mocker. ::+ Save here every payday!
:::|': The booze crowd live in the best houses, dress in ::$ J WEEK!
:}:::*fanciest clothes, drive the swankiest automobiles, while ::;;'
::1j;:?:the families of poor souls who are caught in the devil's :::
:Satrap;::; of using It, live off government commodities, and :::'

ifood;: stamps Thurs. To Thurs.Jan. 25 To Feb. 1
::?::;: As Pastor of the Hampton Baptist Church, and as ::: .
::::a God-called preacher that if I knowingly had any mem- :'s: I T
::&:::ber In my church who was involved in the effort to :::: I
::- turn Bradford County wet, I would demand he either :::: FLORIDABANK
::;::;:repent of his sin, and receive Christ as his Lord and :::: *1 BIG Beverage
::::::Saviour or get out of the church. The booze crowd ::::
::jij-has::: to be treated like the crowd who brings false doctrines :;:; + AT S TAR K E
Si::::: Into the church. :::: \
::::::: Come on Christians, and be counted in your stand ::;: French Fries
:::::against: the devil and his crowd. :.:. Member Federal) Deposit Insurance Corp.
:;:.:. Rev Hamel ::
:::;; (Paid Ad) Pastor Hampton Baptist Church ::::

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6 TELEGRAPH Jan. 25, 1973

I LAWTEYCHURCH By Elizabeth Terry ..

Prescott at Convalesce
PERSONALS and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett nah Nursing home
SCHEDULESAND Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly they were in the process of Janet Griffls, Tommy Barnes, dation where he will undergo Mrs. E. B. Wells and sons and Mrs. Hattie[ Darley, Center Gainesville on Sunday.
ACTIVITIES attended the funeral of Frank moving from Jacksonville to Tammy Odom, Kenna Wilkinson further surgery. in Huntsvllle Ala. Her daughter visited her sister. Miss Sl-
Grace United Methodist Jones In Keystone Heights on Starke. Mike and Donna Prescott, Mrs. Gladys Bennett under- Mrs.Joe Dorko met her
Lamar Priest of Parslp- and Beth Tanner. went surgery In Edwin Frazier -
Church School, 9:45 .
a.m. Worship: Sunday Services,11a.m.and Friday.Mr.. and Mrs. Maines Grif- pany N. J. spent the week- Miss Arthurine Blanchard Memorial Hospital on at the train station Sunday
7 p.m. MYF Monday 7p.m. fis and family, and Mr. and end with his parents, Mr. visited her niece Mrs. John Saturday.Mrs. afternoon.cake
Hubert Priest.Chuck Bryan Dye, of Keystone S. L. Swindell and and coffeeat
and Mrs.
followed by Choir Prac- Mrs. Virgil Grlffls and fam- Norton and Shellle Smith, of Heights on Wednesday.Mr. sons, and mother, Mrs. Edith the home of Mr. and Mrs. [
of Palatka, spent Sunday I
tice.United Methodist Women ily with their mother,Mrs.Nellie Starke, met him at the air- and Mrs.J. F. Robertson Swinney, visited her son-in- J. F. Robertson on Sunday r7.ILAND !
evening were Mr. and Mrs.
port in Jacksonville. Chuck returned from their vacation law and daughter, Mr. and
met at the home of Mrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch
S. L. Swindell and Mr.
was an overnight guest of down state on Thurs- Mrs. C. A. North, in Jack-
Wilma Wainwright Tuesday and Lynn.
Sunday. and Mrs. J. C. Beach, of
sonville on
10 a.m. with 18 ladles pre- Friends of Mrs. A. E. Mas- Lamar on Friday. day.Mrs.
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Edith
sent. Officers were electedas regret to learn that she Miss PrIscilla Tanner, of Jim Burton of Jacksonville Mrs. J. O. Pons and daughter
the University of South Flo- visited her mother Mrs. Mary Jack Stephenson Swlnney.
follows: President, Mrs. underwent In Alachua
surgery the week- Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, Mondayto of Tallahassee, are Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd
rida, Tampa spent
Ernest Wells Vice President, General Hospital,Gainesville,
; of Macon, Ga., brought their
end with her parents, Mr. Friday. Another daughter spending several days with KILL OVER
Miss Arthurine.Blanchard She is Improvinc
; on Tuesday. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner. Mrs. Horace Cox spent Tues- her mother, Mrs.Bryant Red mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips r
Secretary, Mrs. Leo Dyal; nicely and would appreciatea
home after a visit with them.
and Treasurer, Mrs. Hermie call or visit from friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Anderson day with them. dish.Mrs.
They spent the weekend witt 350,000EACH
has returned home after Mrs. Myra Rafuse visited Doyle Starling spent
Olin the
Kelly. Mrs. gave She is in room 501.
devotional. Alter the meet- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt a visit with friends in Mrs. A. E. Massey In Ala- Sunday to Wednesday with her her. On Sunday afternoon they
General 1 Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. visited relatives. YEAROR
St. Petersburg. chua on parents
ing the hostess served a buf- of Tallahassee, spent the
Mr and Mrs. Baker, of
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Houston Friends' and relatives from Thigpen, of Greenville. Her
fet luncheon. weekend with their parents
of Orlando,spent the week- Faith Baptist Church visited father returned home from Russell, were Sunday guests
Arlle Dobbs. THAN
Mr. and Mrs. MORE
Mr. the week. the hospital recently after of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil-
Highland Baptist Church: Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and end with their parents her during
and Mrs. Ed May. Mr. and Mrs. James Anders surgery. ONE PERSON
School, 9:45 Wor-
Sunday a.m. Calvin spent the weekend with
and family of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- Miss Elizabeth Terry wasa
ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 her brother and sister-in-law Daniel Massey and Uncle spent Sunday with their par- kerson spent the weekend with Thursday to Saturday guestof TWO MINUTESFor
p.m. Prayer meeting Wednes Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland, Walter Hogue of Naples were ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. their brothers-in-law and sis- her sister, Mrs. C. E.
day7:30 p.m. by in Ocala. here during the week to be Anders. ters, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pad- .Strickland. In Gainesville.
choir practice. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Pres- near their mother and sis- Bob Thornton of Jacksonville gett, Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Pad
cott and family, of Kingsley ter, Mrs. A. E. Massey who visited Mr. and Mrs.J. gett, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mrs. Doyle Starling with spent her .'
Lake, Mrs. Frederick Prescott Is in Alachua General Hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday to Wednesday
F. Robertson on Friday. Padgett
Lawtey Home Economics of Highland, and Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J.Thigpen. .
Gainesville. all of Lake
Mrs. George Tribe and C. W. Manning }
Extension Club met at the
and Mrs. Floyd Norman and Andy Norman, son of Mr. Miss Arthurine Blanchard Wales. of Greenville. Her
Agricultural Building on son of Jacksonville, visited and Mrs. Carl Norman. celebrated Dorman returnedto father returned home from .>
visited her sister, Miss Enza Mrs. Ray the ... 'G
Thursday of this week with ..
their parents Mr. and Mrs. .
his sixth birthday Blanchard In Baker County her home in Orlando on hospital recently after sur- ,
14 Tenta- ,
present. Leonard Norman and the Carl ::.II ...
given by l his "
with week
a party Nursing home atMacclennyon Monday after spending a gery.
tive made for the
were Normans on Sunday. Saturday afternoon. For Information On Liberty National Life
parents Saturday. with her sister-in-law Mrs.
fashion show In April. Miss Michele
Mrs. Celita Lee and
Kathleen Brown, the new agent of Jacksonville, were- lie received many useful Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ben- Bryant Reddish. BIC PENS. Ball Point Re- Inairanc. Company's New Improved Cancer Policy
gifts. Refreshments nett of Holly Hill called H. W. fills.Bradford County Tele-
for her Mrs.Ernest Wells returnedto
was present guests of her in-laws Mr.
served to thefollowingguests: Call VERNON PARMENTER Hampton 4681521THIS
first meeting with the ladles. and Mrs. Gene Pearson while Jim Norman, Debra Ann and Bennett while on their way to her home here after spend- graph.
New Orleans Oschner
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1 An investment in Your Future Thursday Dr. Calvin, Jan.J.18,Houpt In Orlando died- THE LIBRARYADULT

following an extended Ill-

1"#. If; t'. I .. I I! : .i, ';:'I' ;: ,;. ? I:2! m'i it ness.Hospital Dr. Iloupt In operated Starke for Doctors many The Bettv FICTION Tree Ryan):

m" -ti l" 1 years before moving to Orlando Seance For Two (McShane));

f ; ; 0 ,i lie was a member ofI Write Murder Down (Lock-
ll.IJ .. L L v the Baptist Church. ridge); To A High Place (Savory -
"For where urlmsln h theft wW head kt Yr
iii J roar a. I Surviving are his wife Marie ); A Man Lay Dead (Mar-

'. .....:"',,_';_':' _u' ,w.!,:""""'"",.,.,-;(.<(_,;<<..:_..L:: n"/tIJ";,:__::' "JIIi-: :: T r .'.:..>'..Y'..!..".,.;."" .".. "y<... .." ." ','...V':,;' :;:.:{ ;':. .",'>..i.._..;..... ............Wit-...................'....-....'...-M'-1...[.............. ........ _n. Iloupt; one daughter Mrs.V. sh); The White Peacock
W. Strickland both of Orlando (Hoby); A Time For Loving

; and two brothers. (Tarr); Border Of Darkness
MORGAN ROAD Funeral services were heldat (Latimer); Cotillion leyer! )>;
ST. 2 Saturday In the
BAPTIST CHURCH p.m. The Nursing Home Murder
Sunday School 10 a.m. (Marsh) Death Claims (Hanson -
9:45 Bible 10 Wor- School 10 Morn- James Cregan School 9:45 ;
SundaySunday School School a.m. Sunday a.m. Father pas- Sunday a.m. .
Morning Worrhlp: at 11. Training ); The Pastel City; (Harrison -
a.m.; Morning Worship at II; ship Services II a.m. and ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Shaw tor.Saturday Union 6:30, Evening Service ::::::::: : : ::: : ::: : : : :::::::: ); The Cheerleader o
5 6 Midweek Wed- 7.James 7:30
Youth Choir Rehearsal p.m. Service Worship Mass 7 p.m. Sun- Evening Worship : p.m.
( )) The
7:30. MacDougall Chaperone
p.m.; UMYK snack supper nesday 7 p.m. Ladies Bible pastor. day Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day WednesdayPrayer: and Thursday night Prayer j\[\ Cord Of; Thanks !j i iiil (Gordon); Arson; And Old Lace .(1

6; UMYF meetings and re Class Thursday 11 a.m. Mass 7 p.m.Confession. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Meeting 7:30 p.m. : (Angus).

creation 6:30.: Church located one block weston FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Saturday 6 --Pev. Bob Cooper pastor. -David (Hodges, Pastor. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ADULT NON-FICTION-;
WednesdayMidweek Prayer SR-16. Sunday Service Sunday
The Great Running Backs
Group, Chancel Choir Rehearsal J.P.II. Bell minister. School 9:45: a.m. Morning p.m.School of Religion: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH CARD OF THANKS (Sullivan); Parents And TeenAgers -
7:30. Worship, 10:45 a.m. Evening Grade School Sunday 11
BROOKER With deepest gratitude we (Albrecht); The I e-
FridayChildren's Choir PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL Service 7:15: p.m. Youth a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- GREATER BETIILEIIEM extend this word of thanks sponslve Parent Cleaver);

Rehearsal ;3:30.: METHODIST CHURCH Group Meeting Sunday 6:30 High School-- Wednesday 7 ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 FREE WILL BAPTIST for the many kind acts of Heroin: The Myths And The
-Rev. Gorge: L. Harper Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- p.m. p.m. p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. CHURCH sympathy expressed by Facts (AshleyThe); Death and

Pastor ing Service Worship 6 11 a.m. Youth Wor- -.J,C. Brown minister -Hev. Lacy Conway pastor. Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sun- thoughtful I friends. These Life Of Malcolm X(Goldman);
p.m. Evening kindnesses have meant muchto The Zen Life (Kuzunlshl The
CHURCH OF GOD day School 9:30: ; Morning ;
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Griffis ship, 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair! St., Starke. PINE LEVEL BAPTISTSunday Worship 11 ; League 4 p.m. us. The family of Gus Future Of The Family Glowe)

ST ARKE pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- School 10 a.m.MornIng Night Service 6 p.m.-Rev. Wynn. U.S. China Policy And The of
Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Worship 11 a,m. Pre Ser- Jasper Williams pastor. Problem Of Taiwan(Buerler> ,
SundaySunday School 9:45 Worship 11 Sunday
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 7 Wed- ing a.m. vices (Booster Band, Young ::::M----x.ra::::::::::::: ::::::::: : : :: : :::::::::::::::: What Makes Spiro Run (Albright ,
a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; Highway S-IOO A Evening p.m. Evening 7 p.rn. Youth Night, People, and Prayer Service), 1 1 ti
Meeting and ) Booker T.Washington ,
sermon: "Five Wise -FiveFoolish" Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn nesday Prayer Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer 6 EvenlngWorshlp7pm. | REGULATIONSCrosby | ; T
Assoclational Mu- Bible Study 7 p.m. Young Friday 7:30 p.m. (Harlan); The Mind Of Adolf
; ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Meeting Midweek Service Wednesday C. 1 1 ji
Monday I Hitler (Langer) Great Masks
sic Festival at Bayless High Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- Peoples Meeting every --Rev. M.E. Fussell pas 7:30 p.m.Rev John Strickland | LakeMemorial ; r
way Baptist Church 2 p.m. 7 p.m. tor. : OUhaljl-Merin); Easy Sewing
; ship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Pastor | Park 1 j
Church Training, 6:15 Eve- G.F. Prevail pastor. With Knits (Lawrence); Off-
ning Worship at 7:30; p.m.. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. Charlie Hilliard 60, of :ii;:: (Cemetery) ::: road Fun Cars (Peterson*
sermon "What the Psalmist -Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., KINGSLEY LAKE FIRST ASSEMBLY; OF GOD Starke, died Saturday in a Motorcycle Repair Manual :.
Believed: About God". Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH Raiford Road & Weldon St. local hospital after a short ::::- Starke, Florida ::: (I'etersonj; Amateur Cabinet- ;
NORTIISIDE BAPTIST School 10 a.m. Morn- illness. lie born In Brad- y
Sunday was :
making Albers Prisons
Sunday School 10 Morn-
MondayYouth Ensemble CHURCH OF GOD CHRUCH ing Worship at 11. Training Ing Worship 11., Sunday a.m. Even- ford County; on Oct. 7, 1912 :8 i: Price of a single grave 1-i:; Protest, and Politics; (Atkins); :;

Choir Practice 6:30: p.m.; Youth LAWTEY.FLA. Intersection of Highways 16 Union 6:30 p.m.; Evening Ing 7 p.m. Thursday night was a retired farmer anda g!:= space$125 (Includes annual:::: Celebrations: Complete Hook ::;'1
Practice 7. Schedule of services: Sun- (North) and 225. Worship,' 7:30 Prayer Meeting 7:30. member of the Pine 11111 I'::care). ::: Of American IIollda.ys (Myers) :,1

TuesdayYoung Musicians;...I day School, 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School 9:45; Morn- 7:30 p.m. Wednesday -Charles Thomas pastor. Congregational Church. Word Play (Shipley); Nobody :-:
Music Makers Choirs 3:3Kp.m. Worship at 11. Evangelistic ing Service at 11. Evening --Rev. S.C. Cuthbert, interim Surviving are his wife Susie ;:;:A Burial Permit must be ob- ::::: Ever Died Of Old Age (Cur- ::;

;{ G. A., Bell Choir Practice Service 6 p.m. YPE and Service, 7:30. Wednesday pastor.BROOKER Todd Hilliard; one daughter :::::tained before making an In- .:=::::i tin); CIA: Myth! ; and The Madness ::
4:15.: Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Service 7:30: p.m. BAY LESS HIGHWAY Mrs. Clarice Workmanof ;:::::terment In Crosby Lake Mem. ;::::j (:McGarvey); What's :::
Wednesday-teens, 5 p. day, 7:30: p.m.Rev.. Daisy -Rev. James T. Parrish BAPTLSTCIIURCII BAPTIST CHURCH Starke; three sons Charles ::::orial Park. Fee for permit :::::' Really Involved Writlngand :}

m.; Family Night Supper 6 Klght. Pastor. BROOKE FLA. Sunday School 10 a.m. Ken- 'Milliard Raiford; Rev. Tom- ::;::is $10 payable In advance of ;:::: Selling Your Book (Adleman). .
p.m.; Prayer Meeting, R. A., NEW RIVER BAPTIST Rev. Jim Temple pastor. nejth Elixson director. Morn-. my Illlllard, Starke; and Man- :|Interment. ':: ADULT REFERENCE: ::
6:30; Teachers and Officers ST MARY'S CATHOLIC Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Sunday School 10! a.m. Ron Ing Worship at 11. Church uel Ililllard;Jacksonville;;one World Almanac And Book : :
Meeting, 7:15; Church Choir CHRUCH MACCLENNY ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Bristol Superintendent. Training 6 p.m. Gerald Nor- brother Henry Grlffis [!i.No. ; copings, headstones, i;: Of Facts 1973 Official Encyclopedia ::
Practdcet 8. Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Training Union 6:45. Lowell man director. Evening Wor- Starke; three sisters, Mrs. :::::: shrubbery or trees will be :::: Of Tennis; Encyclopedia ::
-James T. Brock, Pasto Day Mass, 5:30 p.m. ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night Douglas, Director. Worship ship 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Liza Silcox, Starke; Mrs. Sara :;:ij: permitted In Blocks N, 0, ::: Of Automatic; Musical w

service 7:30: p.m. Everyone Services 11 a.m. 7:30. Mid- and Bible Study 7 p.m. Reynolds; of Whitehouse; :::: P, Q, H, S, and T of Crosby :;: Instruments CBowers). ::
STREET Prayer Service 7:30. JD. Robinson, pastor. and Mrs. Ross Orlando i Lake Memorial Park. :::. :

BAPTIST CHURCH (8 ml. south of Starke on -Jim Countryman pastor. Lavern Outlaw music director ; several half-sisters :::: :i:; Baney's Lake! (Agle); Clab- ::
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- 100)Sunday IIEILBRONN BAPTIST and 16 grandchildren. :
) The
hwy. m: i i ber Biscuits (Chlttum ;
No wooden outside burial
CHURCH receptacles -
11 Church Training BETHEL BAPTIST Funeral services were held
ing Worship, ; School 10 a.m. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Best Christmas Pageant Ever ::;
Morn- at 2 in :::: will be permitted ijj:::
6:15MU! Prayer Cir- Sunday School 10a.m. JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Tuesday the
11 a.m.
Morning Sunday School 9:45: a.m. :::::: In area of Crosby Lake :S::: (Robinson); I Am Rosemarle ti::
Worship 11 Evening MISSION Pine
Worship BAPTIST hill
Evening a.m.
cle 7:15 Ing Congregational
: Practice .6:30 p.m.
; Choir : Morning Worship 11. Train- (Moskin) Otherwise Known As : .
:::: Memorial Park. Concrete :8::: ; :
or ;
Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer U.S. 301 North behind Tas- Church with Rev. L. L. Griffls -
Worship .7:15p.m. Union )
6:30 IBKune tii
Evening Ing : p.m. : Sheila The treat ; ::
7:30.Monday ::: steel vaults permissable. :|:: ;
7 Meeting 7:30: Wednesday.Rev.J.C.Saunders.pastor.. Drive In, Sunday are
Choir Interment
Youth p.m. Prayer Bible Study .Wed. p.m. tee Freez Service, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer conducting. was : XlghtCoatsworth: 1)); )bor- = ;
TuesdayBible Study 10 7:30: p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Service 7:30.: In Evergreen Cemetery with :S:: of lots will beg::;::: rie And The Goblin (Coombs) .4!,
Girls in Action, Acteens L. Packham, vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home $ All purchases ; ,
; Rev. Merle -Pev. L. Tommy Howe pas ': :: The Carp In The Bathtub (Cohen 3'
3:30 LAWTEY CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS; Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- In charge. i|:: on a cash basis, but terms::::,
WednesdayPrayer p.m. Meet- pastor. CHURCH tor. ::ji: may be arranged in special:;::: ); Gregory And Lad T

ing Mission Friends, 7:30 Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L, EVERGREEN BAPTIST :::. cases. :Si::: tie Music In The Trees Vallej( Of 1 r't); 't
p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30. CALVARY BAP'FISTCHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Griffls associate pastor. CHURCH ;1: Mr. Gumpj's Outing((Burning- iI
!! reserved Cros- .
i-J The rightis by :
ThursdayBible Study 10 Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening
MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. ParkerRaymond ::i-1: by Lake Cemetery Association:;:;:; ham>; Good-Night Owl! (llut- :
7:30 Ing Worship 11.Training Union Worship 7 p.m. SMYRNA Ray .
p.m.Denton Brown
a.m. at 11 : chins) Encyclopedia ;
Sumrall pastor 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30. Tuesday Prayer Meeting BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship ::::; to enter upon any and all lots ::;: ;
Service at 6:30. Shows The Way (Sobol>; r's- w:
: : ::
night : maintenance
-Rev. Jim Black pastor. 7:30 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Sunday :8: for the purpose of care, -$:
-Rev.VB.p.m. Chauncey pastor Services: Sunday School,- 10 Wednesday night prayer (Ray) E, Parker :$:;: and beautification f::: tery Of The Singing: Serpent ::::
lla.mTrain- meeting at 7:30. 45, of Jacksonville was 'Carey ;
a.m. Preaching. Evening -Cecil E. Crawford Sr.pas- drowned January 6 tn Lisbon ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::: : LIBRARY HOURS ::
Ing Union p.m. tor. Portugal where he was Monday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m'; -S
Worship, 7 p.m. Everyone VICTOR CHAMPION ELECTRIC Tuesday: Thursday: friday: :
GAINESVILLE PRESBYTERIANCHRUCH serving as a merchant seaman -
FIRST STARKESundayChurch welcome. Pastor. LONG-; BRIDGE BAPTIST lIe was a veteran of Add Machines $99.50. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Saturday: ::r
School -Wilbur Djess CHURCH World War H and a mem- Ideal for home or office. N, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed all ::

9:45: Morning Worship at 11. LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- ber of the Christian Church. plastic all metal. Bradford day Wednesday.

Business DirectoryAUTO Nursery; provided.WednesdayYouth. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Surviving are his mother County Telegraph :;
Fellow- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Lettie Johns Parker

ship, 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. Jacksonville; one son, Dan- HOLD IN HEAT KEEP OUT COLD'I' f fslTII:1c w
SALES I GARDEN SUPPLIES ursday--Cholr Rehearsal Midweek Bible Study, Wed- -Rev. Robert Halsten pas- ny Parker and a daughter, ,

7:30: p.m.Erik. nesday, 7:30 i.m. tor. Diana Parker both of Jacksonville Windows. DOOJIS. ::i iJIJ
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson& FaN, Inc. -- T. Johnson, Minis- Be In church Sunday ; one brother Charles fJ'Ier
Austin CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Parker Cocoa; and'a sister "orches''Breez.eways Irrm II f.
ter. -Lester pastor. .
OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS MELROSE Mrs. Jeanette Joyce Jacksonville :::;

SALES 8. SERVICE ntocticid| P.t Suppli.sFERTILIZERS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Schedule of Services: PLASTIC e -,. ?:...;
Fin. selection of Used Cars LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m Funeral services were heldat FLEXIBLE ( .4,
..... .... CLEAN '
W. R.nt Fortiliior Sproadori ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :; / 5 II" .
Token On Cadillac Trad* :: :::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: : 1404 E. Bessent Road Morning Worship 11 a.m. 11 a.m. Saturday in Jones CRYSTAL : I *.4.,

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 Family Home EveningMonday. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Memorial Chapel with Rev. .7.Jl.. -- f 1 ;..:
Jacksonville All other evening-8 p.m. Ronald Smith conducting. Interment r' .Of I ; ,
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS Primary-Tuesday, 4:30: p.m. was in Santa Fe Cemetery I I' ONLY 36C ;

WednesdayRelief Society, ,I I t. s. Gry t. ;::
POWELL'S LIDDELL 7:30. I J h. wm. ,..t.1I Anlane
DirectoryAuto ThursdayM.I.A.7:30 p.m. l GENUINE FLEX O CLASS awn. C.nDell. I ITHURS.
Beauty Academy 8:30 l i. far stronger then poly 4 n wmh :
Sunday-Priesthood '
Glass Company athylene-it's the only .. S. Inup.nll. Anon. ; ,
10:30a.m. PRE SEASON |00h t< .
L.arn a Profession In Your a.m. Sunday School the n -*..rW'D a pi4.tic window tnateriii Cm Afford It
Evening Meeting 6 p.m. Sa- ..r ncfed(
Sales and Service GUARANTEED w..sro.cncaeosoasl
Spar. Tim.. Full or Part "Glott For Evory Purpo. crement. en ttour p.r rd, .tc* .2 FULL YEARS Pron."sm, meson onc.IP14 '-'

Time Store Front Mirrors Parrish Motors -Jesse D. Branson, Branch TORO SALE AT YOUR HAKOWARE., LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY STORE
219 N.W. 10 th 378.2766 Tub Encloiuro Showort ...,
President .
Furntur Tops Gloss ..

EI.ECTRICMotor Replaced NEW LOCATION BERV PARTS ICR 'VOLVO Sunday CHURCH School 10 a.m.; Save 22.07 FEB. 1 thru SUN. FEB. 4 "-

Morning Service 11 a.m.Bible; JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM :.
Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville Always Good Used Can Study 6:30: p.m.; Evening Ser- 87.88fl
372.8191 -372-1102 7:30 NOW .
Of Gainesville. Inc. Ul Laura St. Ph. 355 $< : p.m.Wednesday and /
Repairing R.winding Santa Fe Tractor """ 7:30
Bible Study p.m.
New And U..d LONG PIANOS -Melvin Hamelk.'astor. 1973 Price With/ F 1 ,
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 YAMAHA PIANOS ''<.;; .,c"I 19'4HURRY I ,

MOVERS Farm & Industrial Tractors CNN and KIMHAMOIIOANS '.. Hag 109.95 ,
.1 .
Hydraulics Hose & Fitting I .
Lang Distance Moving. Bolts all Sixes Steam Cut Fingertip / F i .

Storage Packing Cleaner & Chemicals SUPPLY ,
Crating Shipping Sales & Service Start / o,

Free Eitimates Call 4'::: oo
Pick Up & Delivery AT THESE :'
AD.ISOiar) J
4488 N. W. 6 th St.Gain..i NEW! UNIQUE! UNPARALLELED! .,

Roosevelt Mall 388.8519 ,, 7t THAN REGULAR PRICES FRI 4 I 5 & 8 I 5 oj"'
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'v.lle. BALDWINPIANOS 2929 N. W. 13th Gainesville PM SUNDAY- SAT 372-4271 E. "f
FURNITURE' All Seats R..d Totndud.d

AUTO SALES SERVICE A ORGANS JohnsAbout $3.50 $4.50$5.5O
FURNITUREAT SAVE 25.00 $144.95
CMS., INC. This Question 1973 Price With Bag 169.95 No. 16233 21" Cut
Household MATINEE 4:15: PM
MUSIC Co. Furnishings, "New package policies are 'a. SAT. MORNING 11:00: AM
appearing for offices, re $ DOLLAR
Up To 40% Savings
G'ville Shopping C.n. tailers and wholesalers. FOR TICKET INFORMATION

Factory Autharittd 372.5351 Baxley Choir Co. They combine theft, public fr r 'N CALL 354-1041'
Pontiac $ SALE
liability and a great number : $ HEMMING PARK TICKET OfFICE
210 N. Main Gain..UI.. Fla. SERVICE From \I-10 of optional coverages CIVIC AUDITORIUM REGENCY SQUARE

372-2583 Jack.o".3151.1741. with broad fire coverage ,__ .\ Micni;an Peat I'J.1.1r.1 .: I.'rwo: : : J : .:

TRAILERS Klriy's Millie Mime ** at a 10 per cent to 20 Fercent : Top Soil Cyprus Mulch SINGLING BROS -BARNUMABAILEY CIRCUS .It
.. St. Jackionoill. Flo 31202Mo
I'r' ft Supffl, Inc.Authorised AUTO ELECTRIC premium saving. Doe. }sQ's Cah..um. 300 Wet Wo r .

DealersFor the Charley E. John Agency 1... Reg. 1.8NOW iR.g. CAT Alt n D Cl 0fIstchO'Ct __ Mom All O a
PEA Brothers II
business! I.. n QNrmbrf
invite ( ) ;ndcllecellre' l
Evans-Int.rth.rn 14.94 NOW $7.95
Electric Co.
consult "bo.tthesE'
firms to If adult,tlb.U. ft ,e t." IIR.mb" _
2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. Siegter Heating & policies Idlt'n U"II.\.,. ill -purposet.irt .,
package .._ __ _
Alternators Starters new II cadd lirttll' .r 1 ctth" llTotjl
.-villo 376-0691 It lli.i. ( 1,01.1, | 1 00
Gain Air .111111' mi si pup NNOLA 12 rLAAS.
Sal.s.S.rvic.-R. *Ital s Conditing Equip.SuppliesAwnings. Generators Regulators ? il.ir .,iyi i If.iiiup !li.lys Per Bagl4ttlpq Aft ol, ChKhor"M" .rO'tff I,

Rtntolt at low a* $4.30 per Charley E. FUME .
day Hitchers InitalUd-Com Air Conditioning (Installed AUTOTRUCK . Open All Day Wednesday 'U.I PAiAT' 'CIUah

,lot. Ihc.V.h. S.rvle. Opl. $650 Up DIESEL' Johns Agency \ }'ET 964-5743 .00 (5S.
CitY SI"E lu' _
For All 4500 ....W. 6th St. Gal n.svlll. 4044 Lenox Av. Jan. 131 So. Walnut St \SONTIOL( giot C.
Kountry Air. NEVER MAIL CASH!Mart cluck or money order parable to Rmlin| 'icuiFneifl
3alor Fan. .. euEmteAtea. 539 K.: (Call St. Starke .f "," iddfutid stamped ..,.1." 8* lure to indicjit ch.r..f, ? duet'
378.8902 387.2528 964-5070
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OfficialThe City Sets Wheels In Motion

regular luncheon meet-

8 TELEGRAPH Jon. 25. 1973 ing of the Keystone Rotary For
Club was held Friday, Jan. Sewer System Referendum
19, with Watt Hardenberg Introducing -
the guest speakerfor -
the day, Jo Reed. The Keystone Heights City meeting Tuesday night when firm, outlined three methods Smith said the most equitable -
Council met Wednesday nightat representatives of the city's method of financing would
HilitesBy of financing the sewer pro-
Mrs. Reed is Cashier of methods.He .
Keystone and f 1 be a combination
7:30 to set a date for a engineering r m, Sverdrupand ject:
Vice President of the Key- suggested a property assessment -
Parcel and Associates
referendum to be held on construction 1By a general obligationbond
stone State Bank, having beenin of $6 front foot,
of a proposed Inc., of Gainesville, met with Issue, requiring a referendum -
their employ since 1953. disposal the Council and Keystone cit- ad valorem plus a service charge of$4.50
Linda Wharton Ph. 473.4907 or 4648 She is the Regional Vice President $1,267,000 sewage repaid by connection for
system, and the possible pur- izens to discuss the possible taxes on all non-exempt property per per
STUDENT ASSOCIATIONThe Winners of the Thursday, Golf & Country Club enjoyeda of the National Asso- chase of the Keystone WaterWorks purchase of the Water Com- the first ten years, and $6.50
PTSA Association held Jan. 18, game were: First, Relay Tournament with their ciation of Bank Women, N.E. Outcome of the meet- pany, and the proposed sewer 2Revenue bonds securedby per connection after that This
their regular monthly meet- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hardy, partner last Thursday, Jan. Florida Group, In 1961, she Ing was not known at press system, including methods of proceeds from operation of was based on the assumptionthat
ing at the Keystone school, 59 points: Second: Mr. and 18. Voncile Ketch and Rene was Group Chairman and in time yesterday. financing.Dr. the system. a Federal grant could
Thursday evening, Jan. 18. Lee in first for the 18 1965, the Florida State Chair- obtained for a substantial
Mrs. Jim Pierce, 56 points; came The decision to call a referendum David B. Smith, vice 3Property assessmentsat be
Girl Scout Troop 190 under Third, Mr. and Mrs. Ray holers with a 41 and 45 mak- man. This association is the followed a specialA president of the engineering so much per front foot. portion of the cost If no
the direction of Ginny Hughes, 51 points; Fourth, ing a net 70 with their han- only professional organization grant was obtained,the monthly -
Brunson and Pat Parsons, Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs.R. dicaps. Second place was won for bank women and was "" 11 'fAi 15... l\U"if;'{'} i "i( ''':. ioo,.: f ',1I,.. service charge would haveto
opened the meeting with the P. Vogh, 49 points. founded in 1941. be around $9, Dr. Smith
by Mildred Sutton and Grace
Flag Ceremony and led the said.
group In the Pledge of Allegiance GARDEN CLUB Hacker' with 50-50, handicapof MrsReed stated that the He suggested that a sum
OF THE LAKES 29 giving them a net of objective of the organizationis ranging from $100,000 to
Dick Lovorn, Clay County The Garden Club celebrated 71.Putts to advance the career opportunities $140,000 for preliminary plan
School Board Member, announced Arbor Day;-Jan. 19 by plant- for the 18 holers was for women In bank ning of the system (a neces-
the clearing of the Ing a flowering tree on the won by Vesta Alken with 31 ing, and encourage women to sary requisite for applyingfor
ground for the new school grounds of the municipal and Bertha Mae Putnam com- join the banking business. a grant) might be obtainedat
with hopes for constructionto building In the city park. ing in second with 34. a low Interest rate from
begin in June or July. Mayor Ray Starnes gave an For the nine holers, Thel- There are presently 25,ODD the new State Revolving Loan
Principal Charles Rider announced interesting talk and Mrs.Leon ma Wallace came in first women holding offices in bank, program, set up for such pur-
that the maintenancecrew Wagner, president of the club, with a net of 39; Second; with 10,000 women belonging 1 a. poses. This would be includedIn
from Green Cove read an original poem entitled Alvira Reed with 41. Putts: to the Association of Bank r r j s 4.tout L'p .r : the overall cost, and paid
Springs came over to check "Trees," written by W. I. First place, Naomi McKinley Women of which over 10% rev' 'k, back if the Federal grant was
the wiring for the air con- Jones. with 19, and Louise Nelson are in Florida. received, Dr. Smith said.
ditioners and plans are beIng Mrs. Nettie Stitchberry was second with a tie and "The advantages of belong- The cost of sewer serviceto
made to have them in- the program chairman and match of cards. ing to this group are the the owner of an average
stalled. Mrs. Margaret Pater was in Tee-off time for the next contacts made with other 100-foot lot would be: $600
Marilyn MulUs of Gold Head charge of getting the magno- six weeks has been changedto bankers, the new ideas that for assessment at $6 per foot;
State Park gave an Interes- lia tree and planting it. 9:30.: Millie Tuttley and are conceived, talking over $200 connection charge; plus
ting program on "Wild Life". Dene Lee were welcomed back mutual banking problems and ." r $4.50 per month for the first
She also stated they are try- FAMILY NIGHT into the club. coming"up with different solutions C reit ten years, and$6.50 per month
Ing to set up a Nature Studyat SET FOR JAN. 31 the speaker said. after that.There.
the park. There is to bea The Family Night covered CLAY COUNTY LIBRARY Mrs. Reed believes the secret really isn't much
meeting on this Jan 10 in dish dinner will be held Wed- KEYSTONE! BRANCHDue of success is to set .c 'w ; choice about the matter, Dr.
the Clay County Annex Green nesday, Jan. 31, at 6:30 p.m. to the construction of your goals high, don't expectto r !X Smith pointed out, if the Key-
Cove Springs.DUPLICATE. at the Education Building of the addition to the librarywe advance without hard work, stone Heights area is to con-
will be closed for two be courteous and
the Community Church. pleasant, tinue Its present rate of
BRIDGE Natalie Steinmetz has sche- days some time after Jan. 24 learn to make decisions, be growth. Since state law pro-
Winners of the duplicate duled the "Weeks Family"for to enable the men to put up creative, and above all, enjoy s hibits the installation of new

bridge game held Tuesday, the entertainment. The (See Page 9)) your work. a septic tanks in urban or rural
Jan. 16, at the Melrose Wo- Weeks Family has won sev- areas after 1977, it will be
man's Club were: First, Mrs.R. eral competitions with their impossible to obtain a build-
A. Kendall and Mrs. Ed gospel music in this area ing permit for constructionon
Longnecker, 55 1/2 points. and returned recently from r .w an undeveloped lot after
Second: Mrs. W. J. Grolick Nashville Term where they that date unless it has a sewer
and Mrs. F. T. Hogue, 55 performed.This connection, the engineer said.
points. Third: Mr. and Mrs. should be an enjoyable In answer to a question from
Jim Pierce, 54 points. A tie night for all ages so come a spectator, Dr. Smith said
for fourth place with 51 1/2 and bring your friends. the system could be opera-
points were Mrs. RolandBryan Navy Investigator Is Dwarfed By Crater tional by the end of 1974. "If
and :Mrs. C. V. Horn with LADIES GOLF ASSN. ;. you should advertise for bids
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hardy. The ladles of the Keystone one year from today, It would
require another two monthsto
get the project going, and
KEYSTONE MELROSE ten months to complete it,"
Pilot Escapes As Jet CrashesIn he explained.

4Yya Included In the $1,267,000
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S Woods Near Lake Geneva:: project would be service with-
l / I ; *ln the present city limits of
Keystone, as well as service
SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN Navy pilot Commander "I had only three hours pital in Jacksonville. and Para-
Nicholas D. Langston, 41, of sleep the day before and was Langston is assigned to Cecil Brooklyn
SLIMS :14-7 vie HARDWARE Orange Park, narrowly escaped pretty tired," he said. "My Field-based Attack Squadron dise Lakes, andal2InchmainSee
ANDGARDEN death last Thursday wife woke me up and said there 174. ( Page 11))
Fish fTStuff A.G. Loudon HonoredOn when his A 7 Corsair n jet had been a plane crash, and .
CENTER crashed in a wooded area about that she had watched the pilot ::::::::::::::;:::;:;:;:.::;:;:;:;:;::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::.:.:;:::::::;:::::::

live Bolt A complete lln* of Hdw. 1,000 feet off Highway 214 parachute down."
Crlckots.Shlnnor..Worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS 83rd AnniversaryA. near the town of Lake Geneva. Bruning said he jumped into :Ii! ATTENTION ADULTS 1111
Minnows Plumbing! & EUctrical Supp. The pilot, who bailed out his patrol car and rushed to
Ore-Ton Fortildort G. (Pat) Loudon (right) and faithful servant," from of the jet when It exploded the pilot's aid. "lIe was on
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Insecticide* was presented a wall plagueby Mathew 25-23. The plague was while on a routine training the ground when I got there, .Iii.
& HUNTING Lumber & Building Material Rev. Lawrence Carroll, dated Jan. 10, 1973. flight, parachuted to the but his parachute was still Interested In Flying: ; ? IIII
LICENSES AMMUNITION pastor of the First Baptist Mr. Loudon is a charter ground falling through a tree hung up In a tree. He was
ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd. From Light Church, on the occasion of member of the church which at the home of Horace Brooker conscious and in very good 1!r !
Keystone Hgts. "3. 357 Keystone Heights 733663TElEVISION.AIR Mr. Loudon's 83rd birthday was organized in 1949. When near Horseshoe Lake. He escaped spirits." New Classes To Be Cffered At Bradford-Union !j
Jan. 10.Over. 14 Baptists in the Keystone with only a fracturedleg The explosion and resulting ;J1
FURNITURE-GIFTS COND. Heights area met togetherin and facial cuts and bruises. smoke from the wreckage was Area Voc. Tech. Center 1i1
100 fellow Baptists and 1949 for the purpose of The plane crashed about 300 seen in Keystone Heights, and
Lake Geneva TV Service Center friends of Mr. Loudon attended organizing a Baptist Church, yards from the home of Clay the Keystone ambulance, I
the church's Wednesday the meeting was held at the County Police Sergeant T.H. driven by Jim Wharton, hur- iJJ 1. Aviation I
Furniture Qua--"a" night supper and Prayer Meet- Loudon home. Bruning, across the highway, ried to the scene. Ground School
ing to pay tribute to a mou Mr. Loudon has served in coming straight down and Within 30 minutes, however, IS
Gift & Candle Shop TV STtKO I who Mr. Carroll describedas practically every position of plowing out a crater about 60 a Navy helicopter had landedin JJ j This Course Is Required For Private Pilots License :j;.|:;
CAR AND PORTABLE being "one of the most the church Including: Chair- feet across and 30-40 feet Bruning's front yard and a :
EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL dedicated and faithful Chris- man of Deacons, Church Trus- deep. The Impact shook Brun- medical doctor was treating j111 :1j
AND tians" he had ever known. tee, and Sunday School Superintendent ing's home and knocked pictures Langston. He was carried In | NEW CLASSES IN |
Name Brand Furniture RESIDEHTIALSeeley Engraved on the plaque was He has also servedon from the walls. the helicopter to the Navy hos- 1} 2. 1
AIR the wording: "A. G. (Pat) many committees includ- Mrs. Judy Bruning said she | Beginning & Advanced |
Mattresses Sold CONDITIONING Loudon, Sr., for many yearsof ing the Pulpit, Finance, Building heard an explosion in the sky .
Hwy. 103 E. Lake Geneva SALES & SERVICE faithful service," and a and Ordinance Commit- just before the jet crashed, S.E. MCKAY :|::: Shorthand :1:::
Bible verse, "Well done,good tees. but her husband said he slept
1 Mi. Cost of Keystone Hgts. KEYSTONE 473-4651 through both the initial explo- 'REALTORKeystone
sion and the crash.Evelyn .

A FULL ;:|:: 3. General Math :|:::
T. Lovorn Want to >*ll your Mobil KeystoneState Carnes HOMES ACREAGES

Kag. Real Estate Broker Horn? If you hoy a buyer, RENTALS III
SERVICEBANK 4. 1 ilili3
Mobil Horn Brok.rt will Bank Mrs. Evelyn L. Carnes, 68, Beginning Cake Decorating
LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and of Keystone [Heights[ died Saturday Mn. Melba llgen 473-4740
RESIDENTIAL '5. Insurance details, for a brokerage in a Jacksonville hos- Col.! J. Chessington 473-4679 i3 Class Night To Be Arranged Enrollment ;I
BUSINESS fo of 10, of the telling MEMBER F.D.I.C. pital after an extended ill- 475-1041 ::i: Will Be Limited 13 1:
ACREAGE She born in Bis- LJ Robinson
price. For more Information ness. was
APPRAISALS callMOBILE coe N. C. on Aug. 22, 1904 473-405f ;: PLEASE CALL 966150 :$;

Our Vaults ProtectAll and had lived in Keystone Paschel Corr iii :::.::::Xx.: ::...:w..x..x.xttsK'w : : ;:: ; ; ::;::::.:.:.;.:;:.:;:.:.:.::;.::.:,:.::: .; JTt/25; :.::,::;;?;
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Ruth ShockeyMrs. Flank JonesFrank
Ruth Shockey, 79, of 1ftr W. Jones, 72 of Key- a
Keystone Heights, died Sun- stone Heights, died Wednesday -
day, Jan.21,In Bradford County (From Page 8)) bers of.the Melrose Judo Club. r i A; Jan. 17, In Alachua Gen-
I Hospital. She was born in Mrs. Jane LaCoste is at eral Hospital.A .

W.R it 1'f.Na/1, f (F rtht Ay { Memphis, Term on June 16, home following an extended I Ir LR
4 1? 1893, and had lived in Key- the new part of the roof. visit with family and friends n retired barber, Mr.Jones
stone for six years. She wasa We will have a sign up to in Ohio, Washington, and New .,,, jf was born In Ocee, Ga. on
member of the First Bap- let you know Just when this England. She returned homeon May 17, 1900. lie was a mem-
tist Church. Is to take place. Sorry for Tuesday and was accom- ber of the Community Church,
... r the Inconvenience.New panied by her sister and bro- the Order of Eastern Star,
Surviving are a daughter, Books now available at ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. No. 279, and of Melrose Lodge,
Mrs. Nealie Rich of Keystone the Keystone Branch are: Alan McCracken of Hudson F. & A.M.Surviving.

Heights; two sons, EdwardT Ohio.
) Shull, Jacksonville; and FICTION: Welcome home to Flo Beck are his wife,Bonnie -
1' I't Horace Shull Indianapolis, The Camerons, by Robert er, who enjoyed a holiday ; j G. Jones; one son Tom-
1 Ind.; six grandchildren, and Crlchton; The Tulip Tree, by visit with family and close my H. Jones, Eglin AFB; and
L 12 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Howard Rigsby; Troubled friends In the North. She is one daughter, Mrs. Maxine
Danielle Reed, Ut place, Junior High, Physical Border, by T. D. Allen; Green doing real well, and is now CommendedFor Musgrove, San Antonio, Texas
services were held Darkness, by Anya Seton; back in full swing with the Judge Tolles ; one brother,JohnS.Jones,
Science Project. at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Speak to Me of Love, by Dor- social events in the area. Atlanta, Ga.; one sister, Mrs.
graveside in Keystone Heights othy Eden; Chocolate Days, Miss Helen Dlttmer of Ap- Distinguished ServiceThe John Lanier, Hollywood, Fla.;
Cemetery with Rev.Lawrence Popslcle Weeks, by Edward nleton. Wls. has been visiting and three grandchildren.
Carroll conducting. DeWitt C. Hannibal; One White Star, by at the Lake Geneva home of laymen of the Episcopal
Jones Funeral Home was in Gladys Hasty; Carroll; Hidden her sister, Mrs. AlbertBach- Episcopal Diocese of Church in recognition of out- Funeral services were heldat
charge of arrangements.ner Island, by Elizabeth Corbett.NONFICTION man.Mr. Florida bestowed the Distin- standing service.Judge Tolles 2 p.m. Friday In the Com-
and Mrs. Tommy Tom- guished Service Award on has been a vestryman and munity Church with Rev. Stewart -

t "I I 'p,i, I 1 1j1 1j11111 1111111111111111111 11m mmmm m;;11 11111111; ;;;; The Crusades, by Zoe: Old- mer linson]Harold are living Ridaught In home the for-on Judge Melrose Claremont(right) during I. Tolles the of warden Melrose of many Trinity times Church duringhis man Ward McCord conducting.and Rev.inter-Lea-

enbourg; I'm OK, You're OK, Peach Street. 130th Annual Convention at St. lifetime, and has been ment was In Keystone Heights
by Harris; Bless This House, Glad to report that Mrs. John's Cathedral In Jackson- active In Boy Scouts and other Cemetery with Masonic rites
i--t. and Yvette Walker received by Anita Bryant.PERSONALS Henry Schuber (Reggie) is recovering ville. Making the presentationIs activities associated with Trinity conferred at the graveside
honorable mention in well after her recent the Rt. Rev. E. Hamilton Church over the past 30 An Eastern Star service was
this division. Mrs Grace Myers has returned treatments in Gaines- West, Bishop of Florida, with years. held at 7:30 p.m. Thursdayin
I l l Danielle Reed won first home after spending ville. Mrs. Tolles at left. Only two awards of this the DeWitt C. Jones Cha-
I Ikt place in the Junior High Phy- three weeks In Ute Chicago Mr. and Mrs. James Wharton The award is presented to type; are made each year. pel, Keystone Heights.
sical Science project entitled, suburbs visiting her daughter and daughters, Laurie and
"Basic Principles of Electriclty" and son-in-law, Mr. and Kathy, Thomas McLdughlin ..
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; ; second, Linda Bedell; Mrs. Allen Stonebrook, and and Jim Fox were recent ---00... .. V- .. _------ -- -- --- -
I third, Lorrie Tomlinson and her son and daughter-in-law, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
..: ttJ Cheryl Taylor in a joint project Mr. and Mrs. James H. My- Crabtree at their beautiful
:. Richard Baker received ers. Grace also enjoyed see- apartment on the St. Johns The Ultimate Name In
honorable mention.In Ing her two grandchildren, River in Jacksonville. :Ray
Terri Aljets, lit place Junior High, e ological the Senior High Division, Lisa and Jeffery is doing very well with his
Project. Gayle Quagllano came in first Miss Patricia Rodgers of new position with Lincoln National Cooking Ranges.MAGIC .
with her biological project, Gainesville was honored witha Insurance Co. and Julie -
"New Sources for the Paper miscellaneous bridal shower is looking forward to her
Winners Picked In KHS Industry"; second place, Ar- by Mrs. Laurin Sullivanand first day of work with Daw-
nold Reed; third Robin Hen Mrs. M. E. Davis on son Insurance Agency of that
Science Fair Projects derson; honorable mention, January 20 at the home of
Janet Elsenacher. Mrs. Sullivan. Patricia Is city.Marian Fitzpatrick has returned -
Some 60 top-ranking science projects of the Key- Mark Dykes won first placein the bride-elect of David C. to her home in Virginia CHEFThe
stone Heights High :School the Senior High Physical Rigsby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beach, Va. after an extended H
were displayed January 15- Science division with his exhibit David G. Rigsby of Keystone visit with her sister
\ 16 at the Keystone Lions Club. "Reflected Waves";; Heights. David is in his sen- and brother-in-law, Mr. and
FLORIDATHEATRE These exhibits were chosen second place, Debbie McInar- ior year at the University of Mrs. H. L. Sutton, on Little
for display by the science ary; third, Larry Turknett. Florida In the school of Land- Lake Keystone.
teachers, David LaVallee, The winners of this Science scape Architecture. Margaret Pater entertained
Mrs. Rita Walker, Charles Fair will go to the County Congratulations to Robert Hazel Clark with a birthday Economical Way To CookIs
Science Fair which will be Thornley on holeinoneon
Spltzner, and Mary Cotton, your luncheon last Friday. Guests
who Is head of the Science held February 15-16 in the number 2, January 19 at for the occasion were Nel-
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Department at KH. Green Cove Springs Elementary the Keystone Golf & Country son Point residents.Mr. A Magic Chef Gas Range
From these 60 top exhib- School building. Winners Club! and Mrs. Joe Wright
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 its, the following were pickedas of the County Fair will in turn Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sheets arrived Thursday from
go to the State Fair in Tal- have returned home after a -' '\
Friday, Saturday, Sunday Charles winners McGlave by the and judges Art, lahassee. trip to New Brighton, Pa. Greenboro N. C. for a visit .-- -- e-1&'

January 26, 27, 28 Kiefer, of Keystone Heights: The following high school where they enjoyed a family with Mrs. Wright's sister, ___ r\\
Mrs. Louise Nelson of Nelson's
First place In the Junior students whose projects were reunion with Mr. Sheet's j
selected to be judged( at theLion's family Among those meet- Point.
ADMISSIONChild High Biological Departmentwent Mr. and Mrs. Tom Feams- FEATURING :
to Terri Aljets with her Club received Participation ing in Mr. Sheet's daughter'shome
.-......-. 75 project entitled, "Does Air Awards for their exhibits Mrs. Thelma Moyer, ter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gardner ;
: Glynis Combass, Susan for Christmas day were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bart-
Adult .--.---.. $1.00 Turbulence the Growth Have of an Coleus Effecton ?" Bedell, Stephanie Bannister Sheets' three brothers, one lett, and Mr. and Mrs. Gay 36" Range 4
Don- Steve Allen, Natalie sister and 14 grandchildren Livingston have returned
ald Second Triest place and went third to to Harry Jones Susan Passwater, with a total of 23 relatives. home after attending the 130th, 4 Burners
Wagner; and Bobby Tkaczin Cheryl Murwin, Laurie Wharton On New Years Eve Mr.Sheets Annual Convention of the Episcopal
Bon- and Nancy Cannon. attended church with Is two Diocese of Florida In *
a joint project Kenny Lift
brothers, sisters-in-law, son Jacksonville last weekend. It Up Top
.' .. and sister, filling ,a whole was concluded with a banquetat
,q ..,...Ar.IF.i'I ,,0.. the Robert Myer Hotel and Storage
''b'"'' J.. pew.Mrs.. A. V. Bannister and the guests speaker was the I
0'O ..,, 301 DRIVEINShow daughter, Stephanie, have returned Reverend Edward E, Harvey Compartment
o.oWALT home after spendingthe of the Theological College in I

.:.. ., .o... weekend in Valdosta look- the Fiji Islands. Broiler ..
t$1; : Begins At Sundown Ing over Valdosta State Uni- Our deepest sympathy to .
.. versity.; the family of Evelyn Carnes I r-tArM.
.-f : Mrs. Bess Grossberg, Ar- \
of Lake Brooklyn who passed
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Cecil B. DeMil.. All Time Great entertained last Saturday eve- Hyrry down to Bettye and ,
Bert's Craft Shop and sign
DISNEY ning with a lovely party in
"THE TEN COMMANDMENTS"With up for the free lessons In
Mrs. Grossberg's home on
PRODUCTIONS All Star Cast Lake Geneva. Out of town decopage to begin Feb. 6 at
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Sun., Mon., January 78, 29 Leroy Syracuse of Greenville, 10 a.m.
S. C., Col. John Jett of Valdosta -
and Bob Boyson of ChI- WHO SAYS football does
Those 'Cotton Comes To Harlem' cago. not provide a useful educa
Mr. and Mrs. Jim
cops are at it again enjoyed a visit from Bob Boy- tional service? Thanks to the SLADE GAS
son of Chicago who was downin recent Super Bowl we now SAWYER -

Florida on business last know how to count up to VII
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the Byrnes-McGaffrey insur- in Latin. 332 W. Madison Starke, Fla.
:: ; c.Oi ick0k ance Sympathy Co. in is Chicago.extended to the One thing about turning I 964-7701
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family of Frank Jones who
Nations you can be sure thatIt -1/
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away will be there if should
DEAN suffering a long Illness. want it back.
JONES OLSONIMORGAN Herb Williams is home recuperating -
after an accidenton
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BHS Rips Palatka Whips. Branford 51-46 H.:

,, T..f.." .,, '. by Gray son, Turknett Ilur-
For 4th Trimming Suwannee River ., ). ". ,....
StraightSophmore "
Conference rival Branford ; ."(", "' ner tied the score 1212.
46 last Friday night Key- "M'f" Y. ; Charles Hatch came back for Reds
stone's Indian basketballers : ',...' Branford and scored two but
established themselves as a Hurner dropped in another ,
Donnie Sewell strong contender for the con- 20-footer tying the score again -
nabbed 12 rebounds and pouredin ference title. 14-14. Two buckets by
17 points Tuesday night In the Buc's stretched their leadto Roar
leading Bradford to a 57- Playing before the home- four again. But In the final
46 come from behind win over h; aH folks, the Indians racked up moment of the first quar-
host Palatka South. their second consecutive vic- ter Turknett made another
tory and their sixth in the field goal to make it 16-18. 45-30
Sewell led both teams In
I last eight games by avenginga ,
scoring and rebounding while 54-45 loss one week ear- <'<.. r Branford didn't know It at
teammate Able Williams lier to the same Branford t the time, but their two point
added another 16 points and had team. lead at the end of the first SA
12 assists as the Tornadoeswon Indian ]Head Coach Stefan rl s quarter would be their last By

their fourth straight ; h Brokas termed the win "our lead of the game.

game. best game of the season. 0x w Indians I Burner, Wingate, Bradford made It three In
Jeff Murray paced the losers "We placed nearflawlessball Grayson, Turknett and Les- a row Friday night as the
with 16 buckets tlM' rjyyw
points on seven
: the entire first half. A ter Ketch held the Bi-c's Red Tornado cagers displayed
from the field and two charity
strong defense and some hot scoreless the opening three a devastating defense to hum-
shots. Gary Miller wound up
one-half minutes of In
shooting accounted for a vic- play ble Florida Star Conferencerival
the night with 10 points for
the Braves. tory over a team that had the second quarter while racking St. Augustine 45-30.
lost only one game," Brokas up six points on field
Bradford was cold from the Able Williams provided
goals by Grayson, Burner 1 and
said. Branford's previous loss
floor in the early going and Bradford with the scoring
while trailing throughout the was to Greenville High, team Wingate. Branford's Charles punch, hitting on seven goals
first two periods, kept the that ]Branford has since playedand Bradley connected on a free from the field and three free
1I beaten. throw with 4:29: left in the
game close with tough defen- throws to lead the scorers
sive play. The Tornadoes sunk Once again, team leader second quarter to score their with 17 points. Vernon Barber
L first Nearly; six min-
Bobby turner led the Indians point
only eight of 31 attempts in and Sheldon Hodge each added
In the second
their ir utes elapsed
attack against opponent.
the first half and trailed by eight points to the winning
This game Hurner led all quarter before the visitors
five at the end of the second effort.
scorers with 17 points and were able to score a field
Yellow Jackets
period, 22-17.
In the meantime, Key-
pulled down 12 rebounds. The goal. In
unable to
were place a
"We had a lot of opportunities 5-11 senior was good on eightof stone shooters were blazingthe double figures. Tony Mitchellled
in the first half," 17 field goalsa 47 per nets with 18-20 footers. the team with nine points.
said Tornado Coach Mike Sexton cent average.
Outscoring the Bucs 19-7,
"But we just couldn't Speedy guard Larry Turk- the Indians held a near-un- After the opening minutes,
score. 4Id nett scored 14 points on seven believable 10-polnt lead at the game was never a contestas
t Bradford built up a com-
"We just played a real good field goals. Sophomore Don halftime.
manding 21-10 lead at the half
Wingate also scored In dou-
ball game and hada ble figures for Keystone with Hometown fans were still St. Augustine never could get
real good game on the In shock when the third anything going offensively.
boards." 10 points on five field goals, quar-
a Yif all 18-20 feet away.Branford's ter opened. But it was obvious Being unable to work the ball
In the second half Bradford Larry Turknett rings another two points for Keystone that the Indian team inside against the Tornadoes'
finally caught fire and hita y. scoring was led Friday night helping him reach the second highest scor- Knew they were going to win. tough zone defense, the Yel-
near-unbelievable 70 per by Horace Jenkins and Baskets by Turknett and Tony low Jackets were forced to
cent of their shots from the V Charles Bradley, with 13 ing with 14 points. Burke stretched the lead to settle for long outside

field. Sinking 19 of 27 shots, points apiece.The usually high 14 points, biggest margin of jumpers.
the Tornadoes outscored Plat- Donnie Sewell does an excellent job of block- scoring Hatch brothers, Lee ly saw the finest shooting Indians came from six points the game. St. Augustine could sink only

ka 24-11 In the third quarter. ing this field goal against St. Augustine last Fri- and Charles, were held in exhibition during the flrsthalfby behind earlier early in the Branford's Lee (Hatch finally three baskets from the field
the home club in a coupleof first (6-12) and gave
Leading 33-31 at the end of day night in Starke. check by the Indians and could quarter penetrated the staunch the entire first half and two
Coupled with the fans something to cheer
the period, Bradford went on manage only 18 total points. years. per- Keystone defense for an eight- of them were beyond the 20-
haps their strongest defensive about.
to outshoot the host team 16- trying to eliminate turn- Hodge now has averaged bet- The partisan crowd probab- effort of the season, the Consecutive baskets by Bob- (See Page 15)) (See Page 15))
13 in the final stanza to take! overs." ter than eight points in the
their fourth straight win of Consistency will be the past four games and led the
the season. question mark for Bradfordas Tornadoes in rebounding Fri- -
Bradford is now 9-5 for the the Tornadoes are shorton day night against St. Augus-
year and 5-3 In the confer- experience, starting two tine with 14.
ence;. Clay High, Bolles and sophmores In Donnie Sewell COOPER'S NURSERY
Score by quarters:
Orange Park are leading the and Sheldon lodge
Florida Star Conference and BUS- 5 12 24 16 57
Sewell earned a starting po- PS 8 14 11 13-46
the Tornadoes take Bolles
sitlon Just a week ago as he
Friday at home and then must came off the bench to domi- BUS -Williams 8-0-16Bar- AND
travel to Orange Park Satur- nate the boards In Live Oak ber 0-0-0, Henry 3-1-7,1 lodge

day night. game and turn the game a- 4-1-9, Berry 4-0-8, Blalock
"We're hopeful thatourmo- round in favor of the Torna- 0-0-0, Sewell 8117. Totals

mentum will carry us through does. \While In foul trouble 27-3-57. LANDSCAPE
the rest of our ball games," much of Friday night's game, PS Miller 4-2-10, Mur- $
Sexton said. "We have played he again proved his ability a- phy 1-0-2, Perrine 1-2-4, Williams -
real good ball the past four gainst Palatka by leading both 4-0-8, Murray 7-2-16,
games and right now we are teams in scoring and rebound Bradberry 3-0-6. Totals 20-
looking for consistency and ing. 6-46.
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8:30, Keystone Dinks 9:15 'Hfo 6' 3.98 EA 3. 79 <
Raiford team went into 7 p.m., Dinks vs Raiford; vs ; ,
Wednesday, January 17, Vol- 7:45: Spikers vs Keystone;; Spikers vs Raiford.
leyball League Play sharing
first place with the Starke Oak LeafHydrangea Pink Purples While & hell RyeGrass

Dinks, each with seven wins
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ers.of Raiford the evening won both to ImproveIts matches Insurance ended was high with 10 points, Mark 3.98. Pecan Trees /<> rr 8.98 EA. VegetableSeed
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record to 9. 3. The Dinks another week with two more
lost two matches and saw wins under its belt staying four.
their record drop to 7 5. undefeated after taking vic-

ers At the won same two time and the Impro'edtheir Splk- 23-20 tories and from the Starke Branding Builders Iron BRANDING KOCH DRUGS IRON 50 16 Dwf' 1'nftt'-\'tthi/ JapanesePersimmon/ :Direct> From

record to a 6 6 and 33-21. Koch Drugs played Its finest
are only one game behind game of the early season and Azalea's 98 <
Starke Builders, on the other at the same time opponent 3.98 EA.HUol.lbl.nd
the Dinks.
end of the stick, remains winless Branding Iron put on Its poor-
The Splkers and the Dinks after losses to Conner est performance and as a EA. S
squared off in the first matchof and then Koch's Drugs 3921. result Koch's demolished the

the evening last Wednesday. Koch's Drugs took another win Restaurant team 5016.Koch's CelestialFIG I I Gro-Tone
While neither team performedwell Thursday over the BrandingIron led by 10 at the 18 To :2.1'. FloweringCRAB
the Spikers did well e- 5016.CONNER end of the first quarter, and 3.49
nough to defeat the Dinks loll at half-time they had Increased EA. WEED & FEED r
and 15.13. INSURANCE: 23 this margin to an 18
The second match saw HaItord STAKKK: BUILDERS: 20 point lead. Koch's outscored Covers
pull ahead in the stand- Conner Insurance recordedits their opponents 25-9 in the 2.49 EA Green

Ings by whipping last place third win in as man starts second half and won the game ?.500 Sq. C 0 *
Keystone 15 3 and 15 10. but had its hands full with winless by a margin of 34 points. l eepillg Willow 3.98
The third match of the eve- Starke Builders before Wade Winkler was the high EA. Bag D.V3EAqbJ >

ning gave the Splkers their winning 23-20 Wednesday point man with 21 points, followed -
sixth win downing Keystone Jan. 17.Conner. by the 13 of Tom Lock

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Rubber game of the match ball to hold on to the the first half saw them fall ..
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the placing time expired with Keith Kelley was once again Conner Insurance outscored -
Kalford ahead and the evening the game's high (poim man them 24.4 Thursday, 7. Dozer Jr'ork (Ill' Hour Or Job)
for Dinks had not beena as he paced his team with 14 Jan. 18.Conner.
good one. points. Robert Edmondson hit scored only nine it. liackhoe Work (fly Hour Or Job)
for five and Bonnie Cribbs points in the second half,eight
ScheduleWednesday- had four.
January 13: For the losers Billy Lundy (See Page 15))



Jan 25, 1973 TELEGRAPH P.,. 11

J Tree Sale Sponsored Cub Pack 574 Friendship Baptist Church Calls Pastor; Plans BuildingThe AARP SOCIAL CLUB life"

Now Working On Members of the National

1 Jan. 27 By 4-H ClubsIn Pinewood newly established con- r'tr presented the new pastor and AARP living In the Keystonearea
DerbyCub gregation of Friendship Bible t! his family to the congrega- have been meeting oncea

Church (Melrose Keystone 1' a 1I'Ry tion at that time. month at 1:30: p.m. in the

an effort to do their Springs, bank of Green Cove Scout Pack 575 met Heights) has called Shed]Doug The public is cordially Invited Community Church educa-
part toward making Clay Springs Orange Park town to attend tional building. This is a non-
; December 19 at the Com- las Jr., a native of Savan- services each
County a more beautiful and hall parking lot; Middleburg, munity Church in Keystone nah, Ga., as Its first pas Sunday morning, with Sunday dues club for the purpose of
desirable place to live, 4-H post office and Bill's Super; Heights. School at 10 a.m. and morning getting acquainted and discus-

Club members from throughout Clay hill, 218 Hardware. tor.For the past two years, worship at 11. Sunday evening sing legislative programs of

the county have organizeda In addition to this effort to Kay Mizell Den Mother for Mr. Douglas has served asa service Is at 7 o'clock, vital interest to older people.

dogwood tree sale. distribute approximately, 4- Den 2, opened the meeting missionary to the Republic and Prayer Fellowship each Friends and new membersare

The trees will be availablein 000 dogwood trees throughout with a candle ceremony expressing of Nicaragua, under the Wednesday at 7:30. always Vrelcome.

packets containing five Clay County, plans are under- the "Spirit of Scout- Central American Mission, -

trees for $1, with a limit of way to plant dogwood and other ing," and a "Pledge of Allegiance where he and his wife, Charlotte ......

two packages per person. The trees at several of the schools to the Flag." worked with youth and -
Clay Soil and Water Conservation and around other public build-
Christian camping in the R DeWitt C. Jones
District Board Home
of Supervisors ings In the county. The boys had gone out and capital city of Managua. Previous 1
is assisting with the These young people are JoinIng cut a Christmas tree, which to their work in Nica- r
cost of packaging the trees.A the other five million 4-H was decorated during the ragua, the Douglases spent

limited number of slash members throughout the U.S. meeting. Each Cub had made one year in Costa Rica study- STARKE
pines and sand pine seedlings In doing about
something .ie.
his own decorations which Included Ing Spanish and assisting a
will be given PHONE !961-6200)
upon request things that
so many people only chains
paper egg car- local church In the capital
through the courtesy of the talk about. 4-11
Is said to be
tons decorated with Jan Jose'
glitter, Mr. Douglas taughtin '.
Clay County Forester.The the world's largest youth or- whole shells which Christian Hospital Beds, Walkers
sale will be held Sat- egg were a high school In' Wheel Chairs k Crutches.KEYSTONE .
ganization. Its projects range painted, popcorn strings Savannah before going to Cen- \
urday, Jan. 27, with trees from ecology to wildlife con- bells, angels, and balls. It tral America. He Is a grad- HEIGHTS
available at the Keystone servation from electricity to was a beautiful tree when uate of Columbia Bible Col- Shad Douglas, Jr. and Family .
Heights post office from 10 PHONE 47.1-3176: :
entomology, from horses to finished.A lege, Columbia, S. C.
to 11 a.m. beekeeping, and from plant council fire was made Mrs. Douglas is a grad- Suburban Hospital School of

They will also be available science to cooking and sewing. by Mr. Nordmann, which was uate of Hampden DuBose Aca- Nursing in Chicago. She grew oXcll

at the same locations hour at the following "Most of all, 4.11 Is'tun placed in front of the tree. demy in Zellwood, and West up in Argentina, South America !
: Cove and has something to offer Christmas gifts, made by the where her parents have rt3!

everyone, and you choose the boys, were distributed to the Tax Assessor's been missionaries for 25 '1>';1'
area of your interest," parents.The ;.trl
Sets says
City years and also attended Columbia -
Ann V. Prevatt, extension meeting was then turned RepresentativeAt Bible College. I en-

home economics agent. over to Jack Bannon and KH, Feb. 1, 2, 3 The Douglases and their two a''a
(From Page 8)) More information about 4-H Christopher Pelllcer was a- children will reside in Key- FPL encourages you to. ask questions) s.**
In Clay County be obtained warded his Bobcat Pin. .
may '
stone Heights electric
at the
A of the Tax new About service. Rates. Em iron't't
to the processing plant which by asking at the tree Mr. Steinmetz explained a- representative church Lake ..
would be located on Keystone sale or calling the Extension bout a ladder which was shown, Assessor's office,Green Cove Drive. parsonage on mental protection. Or anything else Yc>u \f;:;
Office at 284-9951 or 264- where each Cub Scout can Springs, will be at the City k ,
Airport property.S. 3121. Hall in Keystone Heights on The Friendship Bible Church ou as deserve honest strnifjhtfor\\nid ans\\ers. :'w*
step in Scouting James
M. Kasam another is formed
a newly
representative -
of the engineering Rabb and Mark Nordmannwere Feb. 1, 2, 3 for the purpose tion under the auspices congrega-of the T7TVir; And I \\'(' try to answer >iurmostf"reii.ientlv&w" | I

firm, emphasized that effluent presented with Wolf Bad- of receiving and homestead renewals applications and Christian and Missionary Alliance JP lLs answers.lNketlM110. 1011"PuWicly. (All otheis/ will, 'J.Ariven :::;
ges which they had worked
from the system would NEWS NOTESBy hard to earn. senior citizen certifications Church. The congrega- e personal replies) Address your :rte"
lakes in tion Is
not enter any the now meeting in the
Mr. Stelnmetzpresented for an extra $5,000 home- questions to your local FPL Manager. ..rYKnowing
airport area, but would be new chapel at the Lake Swan
Helen V. t-gan each Scout with a Pinewood stead tax exemption; also to
Camp and Conference what
spread over area throughan grounds concerns you helps ;'f'fus
Kit and the answer any other questions
Derby cars are 1
irrigation system at the located on Highway 26 in Mel- do
He emphasized that to be finished for the January pertaining to tax matters. rose. Construction is our job ,-11{
airport. expected -
The hours Feb. 1 and 2 .
the system would have to have MELROSE AARP Pack meeting. to start soon on the new ./ hTAPL
approval of the State Air & The monthly luncheon, program Santa arrived then and gave will be from 9 a.m. to 4:30 sanctuary near Keystone ..: .1:>>
and Feb. 3 from 9
out and to p.m., on .
gifts candy all .
Water Pollution Control Board and business meeting Scouts and their brothers and a.m. to 12 noon. Heights 4O*0*...t...... .....> :
before being placed in opera- of the Melrose AAHP Chapterwas The first official services .fI'9
tion. held at the Melrose Episcopal sisters. Refreshments were e were held on January 7 with !. ..It

In recommending that the parish house on Jan. 18 served by Nancy Durocher. 42 persons attending. Dr. Paul ;,,11
city move forward without delay with 138 members attending. This wonderful Christmas There really isn't much Alford District Superintendent ,': 'Pr
party was enjoyed by every- point for older-folk to try to ,'
on planning the system, This was the largest assembly of the Southeast Chris-
Smith of older that the one. The next Pack meetingwill bridge the generation gap. tian and
Dr. said that the$1,267- people Missionary Alliance, .i
at least three
They always
be held are .
January 30.
000 estimate allowed for a chapter has had since its first rock behind. ',*
projected 10 per cent inflation organized meeting in April groups '.v

escalation and would be of 1972. 1'1."Y

firm until 1974. For every ':,; .

one year delay after that, President R. F. Simmons r
the city could expect to paya presided and Introduced Mr.
10 per cent annual increaseIn Jennings of the Social Security ''';J

costs, he said. Division from Gainesville '

Jim Wilkinson, county FIIA who spoke on several Florida'

(Farmers Home Administration changes In the pension pro-
) representative, said that grams. .f5t;

his agency could lend the entire There have been requests '
amount needed at an Interest that another Disney world National Banks .1

rate of five per cent, Tour be made under the direction -

If the application is approved.In of Perry May, and ..it

outlining the proposed the matter will be discussed
Water Company purchase, Ka further at the Feb. 15 lunch- of Florida Inc. N NNf

sam reviewed the engineers' eon meeting. ,
appraisal of $98,700 for the
Due circumstances too
system, based on a value that
burdensome for one person and Banks
the city could reasonably expect J
! to pay off from proceeds .to handle land, assemble 250 "Ij

from :the company's .present) ,J1atne tags, a suggestion was ... \ .. 'j'' ,{ .
600 customers. It is expected made by the donor that a ...... ).;.

that the company will gross few of the ladles for volunteerto their Consolidated Statement of Condition, December 31 1972 .
take the tags
over $34,000 this year, and ref
immediate location and be responsible -
this under amount the new could rate be increased schedule for assembling RESOURCES LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL :;'.;:i

recently approved by the Pub- them on the panels and present .'1

lic Service Commission, Ka- them at each luncheon Cash and Due from Banks $ 233,260,691.90 Deposits: : t

sam said meeting. It is hoped that some-from Investment Securities: Demand $5 598,462,622.57 ::10';
two will offer
one or
The engineers said the wa- Interlachen, also In Waldo, U. S. Government Obligations 67,463,245.61 Time 505538369.48 T
ter appeared to be
and several from Melrose, U. S. Government Agency Obligations 84734108.36 rJIf
worth the $98,700 estimate, Replacements Total Deposits 1,104,000,992.05 ::
working committee -
and recommended its pur- as will a always be available Florida County & Municipal Bonds 77,470,417.93 ;,1t
chase if the present owners Federal Funds Purchased & SecuritiesSold
from the donor. Other State & Municipal Bonds 153,301,827.84 Pct
will sell at that figure Under 51,504,000.00
Repurchase Agreement
Starnes who Federal I Reserve Bank Stock 2,780,750.00 '
Mayor Ray CLUB ...
HOMEMAKERS Provisions for Taxes, I Interest, etc. 4,217,383.87 :
conducted the Tuesday night
The following dates are announced Other Securities. 57,839,321.84
belief that Interest and Income Collected-Not Earned 14029760.69
meeting, expressed of Interest to Home- Federal Funds Sold & Securities -- -
the Council would soon reopen -
negotiations with the orator makers Jan. : 26County Council Purchased. Under Resale Agreement 64,050,000.00 Total Liabilities 1173752136.61

company's owners, and Meeting.Jan. Loans 527921341.38 Reserve for Possible Loan Losses 6434229.06
possibly make them offerof
30Monthly Training Bank Premises & Equipment 34,463,371.68 Banks 375,391.51
the suggested amount. Meeting. Program topic, "Enhancing Minority Interest in Subsidiary
The engineers recommended the Retirement Other Real Estate Owned 798,327.37 Capital Accounts:

that it would be a more Interest and Income Earned
Years. Capital Stock, $12.50 par value per share
favorable operation if the city
Club will
The Homemakers
owned both! the water com- be at 9:30 a.m. In the club Not Collected 9,606,640.16 Authorized 12,000,000 shares; issued
pany and the sewer system. Other Resources 1988341.26
house for a program on "The 9,509,259 shares 118865737.50
If a grant if obtained for Importance of Wills." Instal-
Total Resources $1,315,678,385.33 Undivided Profits 19513954.69 .
the sewer system it shouldbe lation of new officers for 1973 ,
In the neighborhoodof will take place at this time. 138,379,692.19 r
$471,600 Dr. Smith said, < 'ft

leaving $795,400 for the cityto FELLOWSHIP CLUB ".,- Less Excess of Par Value of Stock Issued Over %.i

finance from other sour- The regular luncheon and Underlying Equity in Subsidiary Banks (3263064.04) 'h
ces. lie said, however, that program meeting of the Key- __. _
It Is becoming Increasingly Club(of Total Accounts
stone Fellowship seniors Capital 135116628.15; :
__ y
difficult to obtain Federal ) will be held at 12:30

grants for any purpose, and p.m., Feb. 8, at the Lions Total Liabilities, Reserves and '"

there Is no way of knowinghow Club. President Sheets will Capital Accounts $1,315,678,385.33 ;
If such funds
much any, preside. '.
could be obtained. i

Vets And Widows Asked ..

For Pension InformationVeterans Chairman PresIdent Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner President .
CHAUNCEY W. LEVER ARTHUR M. ANDERSON Executive CommIttee Florida National Banks FoundatIon Hospital Florida First National Bank !i'
President Chairman Delta Air Lines Inc 0/ Florida Inc New 0'ean5.' Louisiana lit Pensacola :
I Congress to correct this discrimination Florida NatIonal Bank Atlanta/ President ,
of World War JOHN H. MANRY. lR GeorgIa
or Inequality and at St. Petersburg Florida First National DR. STEPHEN C. O'CONNELl W. C. SMITH .
and their widows were reminded Vice President i
restore your pension or the RICHARD E. EHLIS Bank Jacksonville PresIdent ImmedIate Past Chairmen
this week that their R. HUGH DANIEL
cut Mr. Baker said. JAMES C. ROBINSON JR. President UniverSIty 01 Florida Standard' Oil Company
portion ,
pensions may be cut off entirely of whether Vice President Chairman a Treasurer Florida NatIonal Bank JOHN H. MANRY, JR. Gainesville Florida 01 Kentucky '.
or substantially reduced "Regardless you Daniel International CorporatIon at Lakeland PreSident Louisville Kentucky
effective February I 1. due to belong to a service organization ROBERT M. UlSCH Birmingham Alabama Florida National Bank d Trust I. J. PARRISH, IR. '

recent Increases In social security or not (Veterans of WWI, Secretary and Comptroller HARRY A. BUTTS O. P. HEWITT lR. Company at Miami, President WILLIAM C. SWAIN ,,a_
American Legion, etc.) clip President J. J. Pamsh IS Company Inc President :
payments.The ROBERT STAMP Former President .'
the blank below, fill out as F. Florida National Bank ALLEN H. NEUHARTH Chairman Florida National Bank
warning issued by Treasurer and Southern Railway Company
at Orlando Coral Gables ''
directed and mall it to me, President Brevard National Bank at
Gordon E. Baker of Lake Geneva Assistant Secretary Uppervllle Virginia Gannett Company Inc. Tltusvllle .
His address
Baker advised. -
Commander of Veteransof STANLEY A. TAYLOR
Rochester New York :I
is Gordon E. Baker
World War ;1, Dist. 9, who : Kent Durden and Kent JAMES A. RHODES President
said that a few veterans and Cmdr., Veterans of WWI, Dist. Attorney Former Governor of Ohio Florida Bank t Trust ..
widows may find no change In 9, Lake Geneva, Fla. 32660. President Company at Daytona Boach :
their pension checks. "We need this Information lames A. Rhodes & Assoc. :i
"There will be an effortof carry on YOUR fight Mr. Columbus. Ohio '
Baker said.
several organizations to get .'

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CLIP AND MAIL Thirty-One Bunks Jteu'icle; t

Total Assets Approximately $1.3 Billion .;

Name ( print)_____ Florida: First National: ) Dank: of Jacksonville Florida Notional: ) Bank & Trust 1 Company! at Miami: Florida: National lI.tnl.It: : .:

Social Security No St Petersburg itvLakelandnFlorida I National: : Dank at !rVn.Jcol.i: Florida National Bank: at Coral Cables
taCo..l Florida
Florida National t Hank : Bank & Tru t Daytona: : Beach Florida National: : Bank: at Gainesville: Florida: ;

First National: Bank Ocala: Florida National Bank & Trust Co. at West Palm: I Beach: Florida: First National Bank at Key West
Address Florida I : I'irst National !J.mk.1I Vero Beach Florida: National: : Bank at: lI.trlow.lond.1: 1 .mk.lt: DeLand: Florida: National: Bank at National I

Arlington Florida First National Bank at Fernandma: !Death I Florida: National Bank: at Lake Shore Florida: Bank at Fort Pierce Banks ofFlorida :'

Florida Dealers and Growers Bank at Jacksonville: Florida First National Bank at Madison Florida National: Bank: at: Titusvillc ;

Florida I irit National: Rank at: Brent Florida Bank at Starke Florida: Bank: at Chipley I Florida: : First National Bank at Port St. Joe t i !

Pension before cut : After cut I Florida National: Bank: at Perry I.lorida Northside Dank of Jacksonville Florida: Bank at Hushnell Florida First National Bank at I

.' ft $ Opa-Locka Florida First National: : B.tnk.tt: : Belle Glade Members" FDIC

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This article herein In the weeks before the election, Elm City's com- And contrary to a general belief at the time Elm City's Moreover, It is safe to say that ,had Elm City retained :::<:::'
: (Editor's Note: Is l reprinted missioners and CP&L had mounted an aggressive campaign electric customers did[ not become satisfied overnight as control of the electric system, its net Income might :::;::::
:1m::::: view of the long standing argument in the City to persuade the public to lease the system. As CP&L took control. In tact, complaints still persist todayin have Increased during the past five years in ratio to the ::::::::
;;';;;;; of Starke of whether the city should sell the election day neared, the commissioners signed an open Elm City about electric rates and service, much as growth of its residential demand. ::::::::
electric power plant or, instead, keep operating the letter sent to every electric customer served by Elm they persist everywhere. So Elm City, as far as electricity Is concerned, lost ::::::::
':::Y: plant and stay independent. This article tells City urging them to let CP&L take control of the utilities. money' In two different[ directions when It turned the ::::::::
':: : According to Elm City's council minute book, the letter Fairness demands that two additional facts be told ::
: municipal system over to CP&L. :::::ti:
1 m; what happened in at (least one city Elm City, about CP&L's own actions since the
; mailed at the of CP&L. takeover. :
was expense "There isn't any doubt about It, says Mayor Tvson. :,;;:,::;:;:
:::::::: North Carolina, after It leased its power facility Result of the special election was overwhelming: 287 "Our revenues are reduced and have been since 1968." ::;:;:::
:;:;:;:; to a private firm. It is reprinted here from the in favor of leasing the system, 12 opposed. And on the According met Its f> Mayor to make Tyson, the company seems to To try to make up the slack, Elm City turned to the ::::::::
:::::::: Florida Public Power News and is from The following( May 15, the lease became effective. have in the electric pledge significant physical improve- property tax. For ten years prior to the lease, the tax :::;::::
;:;:;:;; Amplifier, published by Electricities of North What has happened to Elm City; since that time Is the ments system. rate had rested at $1.50 per $100 valuation. It was quickly ::::::::
subject of this story. It is not pleasing to report. It increased to $1.75. Increases in the rates for water and ::yy::;:::
And just as promised during the
1972. referendum
;;;; Vol. October )
No. 8
;; ; Carolina, 5, campaign -
For contrary to the Impression which was given at ( CP&L, has lent its industrial development sewer service also have occurred since the ]lease was ::::::::
:;:::::: the time, the takeover of Elm City's electric system has Elm City's cause when industries have considered team to signed. ::::::::
:;:;;;;: Five years ago in December, voters of Elm City went not been a blessing for that municipality. [in the area. building Still, the municipal government faced a financial crisis ::::::::
:::::;:: to the polls for a special[ kind of election: a referendum Contrary to expectations at the time, Elm City has It began to consider ways of reducing expenditures ::::::::
c?:::::2: on whether to go out of the electric business. not thrived on the $18,000 each year which is paid to it What that assistance has been worth to Elm City[ il for services rather than committing revenue for new :::::;::
'::::::: On the ballot was a proposal by the Carolina Power by CP&L. Elm City's mayor, George Tyson, expressesthe an open question, however, since Mayor Tyson reports programs. ::::::::
:;:;:;: and Light Company to lease Elm City's electric system for town's financial condition since[ 1968 in simple terms. that no new industry has located in the vicinity since the Public reaction was harsh to the board of commissioners ::::::::
::::::: the next 20 years. Rental price was to be $18,000 per "We're broke," he says. 20-year lease began. which had proposed the ]lease of the electric[ system ::::;:::
:::::::< year. According to town officials, most of the board mem- ::::::::
m. It [is in the area of municipal finance where the effect bers who voted to lease the system were defeated In the ::::::::
t of leasing the electric system has been most severe. next election. ;;::;;i?:
I HOME During the last complete fiscal year in which Elm And most of them have since[ moved away from Elm ;:::::aIn
Ink As Red A Ever City; operated the system, the electric utilities earneda City -:

NOTES net income of some $18,500 including transfers to the theory, Elm City could reassume control of the ::::::::
general fund in lieu of taxes. electric system when its lease with CP&L expires In ::::::::
Economists are predicting ing" for the Administrationwhat From Your At first glance, that income seems to compare closelyto Elm : :
1988. But that date is more than 15 years away, and ::::::
another booming year in 1973. do we find? the $18,000 annual payment which Elm City will receive City's; financial problems are immediate. :;:::::;
the war shows signs of de-escala- ExtensiorlHonreEconomic from CP&L each year until 1988. Moreover, town officials are not certain that Elm ::::::::
ting. the cost of living continuesto This year's inaugural cost tax- But such a conclusion would be mistaken. Elm City City, in Its present financial condition, could afford to ::::::::
soar. and the Federal budgetis payers $650,000 for the ceremony s now must pay an electric bill of Its own to CP&L, and reimburse CP&L for the improvements which the company ::;:::::
as steeped in red ink as ever part alone, and to this was added Agent once that bill is subtracted from its $ISOUD payment, will make In the municipal system before the lease ex:1::::1::
the municipality is receiving little more than $11,000per pires. :::::::,
before as President Nixon; beginshis another $880,000 for peacekeepingforces year a sum which is destined to grow smaller, So Elm City lives :n large part on a fixed Income. :::::::'
second term. in the District of Columbia 1 KATHY since retail rate Increases are almost certain to occur And It has 15 more years in which to watch that income :::::::
The Inaugural committee drew be eaten away by inflation and increasing electric bills. ::.:::.::,
[ ::':
In spite of the red ink threat, another $4 million in souvenir silver BROWNCheese

the Administration seems to be seeking plates, fees for attending dances, :::.:...r:.:.:.:.:.:::::::3i::: :::::<::::::::?::::::;;::;.:.:.::::;:;:.;:.:;:i:i:::;:;:.:;:;:;:;:::.:::;':.:.no::; ::.:.:.:..::.:i:::::,::::<::>:::..Yf::.:.:::.::?::::.:::s.::::?::.:.;.:s:.;::.;.:.:s::;;:c;.:.;::::;:a;c:::;;.;sa; ;:.::<:::.:.:::<:.::;:':.5':: ,:::::::::::::;:,z::.l'>j i j
economy only in programs designed et cetera, as a part of the social ,:;:;:;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;fal..1.:: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:; :;:;:;:;:::::::::::::;:::;:::;:::;:;:;:;:;:::;:::;:;:::::::::;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:::;:;:::;:;:::::;:::;:::::::::;:::;:;:;:::::;:;:::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:::;:;:;:::::::;:::;:::::;:::;:::;:::;

to help depressed areas of side of installing a president. a very good sourceof

the society that need help the most. protein, is also a very
Contrast this with the $526 which versatile food. County

Many cities are beginning to fear was spent when President Roosevelt With the wide variety of

that despite the highly touted "revenue stripped inaugural expenses to the flavors, colors, and consis- IIodr- l ,. Agents I

sharing" funds now being received, bone in 1945, due to economic con- tencies to choose from, natural -

the net amount that cities will receive ditions at that time, when so much cheeses are suitable for Notebook
of the civilized world was in ruins any meal of the day, from
will be less than before due appetizers to desserts, and .'
to cuts in other areas. when soldiers were still fighting in bctween-meal snacks as well. BY
the field, and citizens at home were Whether served separately or '

And programs that assist cities on rations. in combination dishes, cheese Bobby 1,
adds zest and flavor to other i'
are not the only targets of the Administration -
Under White House In his campaign rhetoric last foods. Taylor 1

plans, for example, the 30yearoldRural year, President Nixon; stressed the The U. S. Agricultural Marketing "b
Environmental Assistance Pro- need to bring the Federal budget into Service suggests the j9
gram has been abolished, ending the line. But Treasury Secretary GeorgeP. following guide for using some Thirty-sixth Obituary ? Our Bradford 4-11 Horse

aid given to farmers to help defraythe Shultz recently predicted that common cheeses: \ Club Is very active again this

costs of soil and water con- spending will top income by about For Salads Try Cottage, year.

servation practices. $25 billion in the fiscal year ending Ricotta, Edam, Gouda, Blue :Members participated In a
didn't like LBJ
or Cream. (The last two are Many people ,
June 30, despite Administration efforts halter clinic last Saturday
Cities that are under mandateto to impound some $7 billion good in salad dressings.) But I think they may change their minds someday. night at the Fair Gounds in

construct sewage disposal plantsby appropriated[ by Congress. Deficit For Sandwiches Use Cot- He got caught in a war he didn't start Starke -the first In a seriesof

a certain deadline are faced with /spending in Nixon's; first four years tage, Cream, :Mozzarella (on Doing what he thought was best in his heart working meetings with of their the horses members under -
toasted sandwiches)Monter
Mr, Nixon's[ statement at the end of exceeded any previous four- 'ear per Brie Camembert Brick supervision and Instruc-

his first term that only half of the iod except for World War n, ey Muenster,, Colby, Edam, Gou-, The job was not easy or popular- tion byexperlencedhorsemen.

$6 billion that Congress set aside da Provolone Swiss[ Cheddar
for sewage plant construction in fis- If the Administration were truly and Process Cheese.In That Viet Nam thing left a dirty blurr. the Plans 4-II have Horse been Club finalized by

cal 1974 will be spent. Some cities interested in whittling the budget ] Cooked Dishes Mozzarella Still he saw it through and gave it his best their[ third annual to AQII sponsor ; -

,,and states are now taking :Mr.[ Nixon down to size, a modest inauguration Provolone, Parmesanare After all else his courage met the test. r'l" Horse Show in Starke on April

*'to court on this issue. might have been a good place to popular on pizza; Ched- 'tf.t. ;..' 1st. This American Quarter
start. Certainly it would have been dar, Ricotta, and Process ''if'' Horse Association sanctioned
(I. The list of cuts in vital pro- better than to eliminate the small Cheese may also be used. A man for the ages, upright and strong- horse show of registered
horses has brought exhibitors
grams could go on indefinitely, but amounts being paid to marginal far- good Parmesan grated and as seasoning.Sap Sago are He firmly sought what the bigots called wrong.He from all parts of the Coun-

., when it comes to inauguration ex- mers to improve their soil conser- made civil rights the law of the land try to our area. I've heard
t i penditures pure "window dress- vation practices. As Appetizers or Snacks And finished what John Kennedy had plannedSo several of our local horsemen
Almost any kind of cheeseex- say; that we have had some of
cept some very hard ripened the finest horses in the Country -
't''l; More Of varieties such as Itomano and shown In this show.
Everything history will show what few people knew- .
Sap Sago. Cheese make delicious #
I dips, also. That Lyndon Baines had some hard work to do. :Made a mistake( a coupleof

0: Not The He stood out alone away from the crowd- weeks ago when I said that
AnsiverOf For Desserts Cottage and Cecil Crawford from
Cream are used in cheese That fact in itself should make us all proud Lawtey was out of the syrup
There crisis cakes. Other kinds to use include making business. Cecil told
are encouraging signs that now facing schools. UrIc Camembert Lim-
the innovation movement which swept burger, Duck, Muenster, Port I did not agree with all that he did, me that he had made four
last and
through the nation's schools in the :Modular scheduling has been de Salut, Cheddar, Edam, Gou- But at least he stood up and never hid. planning cookings to cultivate year at leasta was

Sixties maybe headed for the scrap abandoned in about half the schools da, and Blue Slices of cheese lIe took blows and withstood them well- half acre of sugar!: cane Oils
Pile. that tried it, and the Ford report and fresh fruit or crackers many year I'm glad that Cecil[ is
make a good dessert Now let us watch and hear what time will tell.
r:> said that space arrangements, suchas still [in business because he
,;; One indication is that the Ford removing walls, and using hall- Selecting and buying the knows how to make some of the

% Foundation, which pumped $30 mil- ways as learning areas proved that right cheese Is largely smatter -W. C. Shields where.best syrup to be found any-

:; lion over a ten- 'ear period into its physical facilities do not necessarily of personal preference.mild Starke Fla. .

f J Comprehensive School Improvement dictate the quality of instruction. Some cheese.persons Others favor prefer sharpor Cecil was also known as the

Program has admitted, in a recently strongly-flavored cheeses. "Collard Kiru:" of Bradford
5; l issued report, that results have "Very creative programs did occur All natural cheese should be : 1JiilWf! r"'fffiJm, liJfMn 1 T fIf County for a number of j'ears.He .

t| not justified the costs. in the most traditional settings, kept refrigerated. Soft, un- MlIIIi\ ,UnlUfiDI: ::: .ln t1T t 1r1T tI U [! Jl JJ11 probably acreage never of collards had the largest at

a and very conventional programs could ripened Cream cheeses or, such!Neufchatel: as Cot-, .mmJjUO-4: ( .1Hnmi'! rr .JmMi: ] un.r anyone time, but he had col-
"early everyone thought in 1960 be found in modern facilities, the quite perishable and lards just about 12 months of
that with more money, more buildings report found. It was charged that should be used within a few the year He had a regular

':') and more teachers, our na "ui iversity professors on grants went days after purchase. Ripenedor rent, cooked.. 2 1/4 cups; route that he serviced no mat
tion's schools could make a few slumming in inner-city schools" and cured cheeses keep well chicken, cooked diced.. 214 ter ,what the price[ of collardswas

adjustments and changes to producea when the glamor wore off "they in the refrigerator for sev- cups; peas cooked or can-

Ifi better society," says Edward J. skipped out, leaving bewildered pupils eral mold weeks contamination if protected and from dry- ned .11/2. cups; poultry r LETTERSTHE \ Before retiring, Cecil encouraged -
seasoning 1/4 teaspoon;
:Meade Jr. Ford But and teachers and
official. of
a reams ing out. Worcestershire sauce 1/4 Lane Gaskins to take :
< results of CSIP have not justifiedthe mimeographed questionaires," teaspoon; breadcrumbs, fine .. over his route. Lane and his[
earlier optimism, according to When possible the original dry 1/4 cup; butter or wife have been busy supplying
the Florida Tlmes-C'nion and
.' the report. Interest in programmed It was concluded that "both advocates wrapper or covering shouldbe margaine, melted I table- BASIC ISSUE the Gainesville Sun, I was this[ route with the same kind
left on the cheese. The of high quality collards and
instruction soon waned, and manyof of reform within the system cut surface of cheese shouldbe spoon. Jan 17, 1973 totally dismayed by the slant- other greens for some time "
the early materials found their and the more radical movers covered with wax paper, Preheat oven to 350degrees Dear Gene: ed headlines of the January now. ;
way into the book storage room. are to some extent disillusioned with foil or plastic wrapping ma- F. (moderate). Grease 2-quart Shortly after the second primary 11 Issue of The Telegraph. *

innovations." terial to protect the surface casserole. The Telegraph published I hope that you are truly Lane is also one of our

"Overhead projectors, tape recorders from drying Mold which may Drain mushrooms, reserv- a well-meaning editorial In trying to "bind up" some most progressive[ young tobacco :
develop on natural cheesesis Add enough waterto which an earnest plea was wounds forget past growers. lie insists on
film strips and other ma- All of which would indicate that ing
not harmful and it is made to bind the political using soil
easily mushroom liquid[ to make up stance and sympathies, and a sample analysisto
terials In far too many instances all that glitters among avent garde scraped or cut from the 2/3 cup. Brown mushroomsin wounds that had been Inflicted will help make the school sys- determine his fertilization '
V are gathering dust," the report said. educators is not productive of good surface of the cheese. fat. Combine soup, mushrooms during the hard-fought, bit tem of Bradford County a program. He has also beensuccessfulusngtheherbicide

"The ongoing costs of maintenanceand education; and there might be some- Ends or pieces of cheese mushroom liquid, and ter, three-month compaign( for smooth running, tightly organizededucationally ( '
production are much greater thing still to be said in behalf of that have become dried out cheese. Heat over low heat, the office of the Superintendent productive Til lam to control weeds in ;
than originally anticipated and have those much abused and often neg- and hard may be grated and stirring often, until cheese of Bradford County. and economically efficient his[ tobacco. Tlllam or Par-
melts. Remove from heat Add I read the editorial hopefully school system. I never Incorporated Into the soil
.,- been accentuated by the financial lected "three R's. kept refrigerated in a clean, before
setting and Enlde(
tightly' covered glass jar, and macaroni, chicken, peas, and anticipating that the sin asked for the advantage, butI over
.I used for earnlshimz or ac- seasonings. Mix lightly. Pour cerity of the Intent would be do ask for a "fair shake." the plants after transplanting
'} into casserole. Combine honored by all parties. The have given the best resultsin
Except soft
un- this
Please note that letteris
tests at the University of
ripened cheeses such cottage greadcrumbs and melted tat, Intent as I saw It was for
as signed.
J 1 Sprinkle over mixture in cas- everybody to "bury the hat- Florida field trials.
; The Bradford County ? : or cream cheese, all Sincerely, *
cheese should be served serole. Bake 30 minutes. chet". I honestly felt duringthe
p4. /lIl, un- Jim Temple Speaking of tobacco, we'veseen
TELEGRAPHEstablished .S campaign that the
9 news
: chllled in order to help bring
r.: :: Note: One cup of uncooked the labor siWation and
't '_ t. $ out Its distinctive flavor and macaroni yields about 21/4 egraph reporting policy to of The the Tel-hat- other costs force our tobacco
1879FLORIDAVP.RESS $ was bury
: -i 9 texture; characteristics. This cooked macaroni. Cal My Neighbors
t+ ,, cups chet in my head, and I honestly growers to go to bulk-curing:
20 minutesto
I; ,..,!'7 dhelli6ltrcr -- usually requires ories per serving: About 420. feel that barns instead of the old flue-
\.Il one hour or more at room now nothinghas \.1 ,
+a \ 41'
"'i \\llIlene the desires I curing barns. Looks like these
jou temperature. We have several free bul- changed and that you still '''' J
I of'ourheart.l'"almli:1)It ( : ) letins CIEESE. They are are trying to bury the hat- 1-; --=, same problems will force
,; on '
; them to to mechanical
-- 1 It i is, !good to take time to Why not try a main dish "MAKING COTTAGE- chet In my head. I frankly I'' I '?', vesters.Dr. go

_; ASS 0 C>trA T !ION plan.' Successful, people' always, featuring cheese for dinner CHEESE[ AT HOME," "HOW biased think it policy.is a very poor and I I r:! "{ }''I -.,..,, Ben. Whitty[ ; our Exten-
a -.- plan' a meeting! a meal a day's, tonight! Following is a recipe TO BUY CHEESE," and ., ./ :d sion Tobacco Specialist[ says
N.. l for Chicken-:\facazonl- "CHEESE IN FAMILY the recent difficulties --= .. ;,t ; -L I
b ,/ ..... work. The most successful> people During J/IYY:;;;- that there are three "musts"for
Cheese Bake, which sounds If would liketo in school system :
t: i take time to plan with God's, MEALS. you our : mechanical harvesting ;
: E,L. Matthews, Editor>Publisher help and direction. Let us, taketime delicious: have one of these please Involving a very discriminating Uniformity: Sucker Control 1
talk with God about :Mushrooms, sliced, canned drop us a card to P. O. grooming policy In the :"- :', and Weed Control We will be ,
... Published each Thursday and entered as Second to 8-ounce can; butter or Box 267, Starke, or Call 964- athletic department of Bradford T: G- rysww. talking later about mechaniY I
pi Class Matter at the Post Office at Star Ice, Florida our life plans> now Then let margarine 1 tablespoon; 6554. High School, I felt that cal harvesters and will prob- ., I
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. us, write them down. Let u+ cream of chicken[ soup, con- The Telegraph deliberately "1 figure what the heck ably set up a field trip for i
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $6.00; Outside wl'ite.down what we want this> densed, canned. .101/2 ounce A boss! is", someone who is misrepresented the basic Issue it keeps him huppy. AnJ 1 lie- our growers to see one of ,
trade area: 1 year, $7.00. morning l today, this week, this> can; Cheddar cheese, shred- early when you're late, and While we received fair sides! lie sells, hem for a these machines In action duringthenextharvestingseason-

.r I month', this year ded 2 cups; elbow rnaca- !lute when you're early. and Impartial treatment from hundred bucks<< apiece:. I

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Jon. 25, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag. r,;


Why IRS Tax Yr 6 q
Refunds Are
Not Mailed S&H Green Stamps::

"Where is my refund?" is
a question asked by thousands Q Everyday Low Prices'Weekly
of Florida taxpayers every -
year, District Director of Internal Specials
Revenue, A. J. O'Don- .
nell, Jr., said today. *
For many the answer is ,
that the refund is held up
because the Post Office can- .
not deliver the check. People "
move without leaving a for- i '.
warding address Mr. O'Don- L "".
nell said. Lm t
Another reason is that thetaxpayer's -
name or address '
is illegible on the return.
This problem can be avoidedby
using the preaddressedlabel
on the tax forms pack-

the label off the out- .
Quantity I RightsReserved'
and place it on the return '
filed. Corrections shouldbe Extra Lge. Eggs DOZEN S9 PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. 25 THRU WED. JAN. 31
made on the label itself, I WINN DIXIE STORES, INC
Mr. O'Donnell said. COPYRIGHT 1973W


Golden Beef 3 pBG $199 Round Steak $149
0 LB. )
Baked Chuck Steaks 5 LBS. R$639 Round Roast $138

Eggs Picnics WHOLE LB 59c Ground Round LB. $128


1 1 cup pound corn bulk meal pork sausage Ham 0 . LB. 88C Cubed Steaks 0 OROVEA$819

2 teaspoons salt .

1/2 1/1/2 teaspoon cups boiling baking water soda Pork Ham 0 0 . lB.78c Coffee . . CAN 68c
1 1/2 cups dairy sour cream USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND ASTOR Limit 3 eggs,slightly beaten or more purchase excluding cigarettes
6 eggs Baking Hens . LB. 49C Coffee. . . 118 58C

grated Lunch Meat 0 . 'PKO.'". 59C Beans . 7 CANS 16'0.. $100

Break up sausage in skillet; Roast $149 Wh. Kernel Corn 7 6 $100 '
brown slowly. Drain off excess 0 0 LB. CANS
fat. Sprinkle sausage over
bottom of 2.quart casserole. (? W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE I
Combine corn meal, salt, V /1! ,
and soda. Pour boiling water \ ,
over mixture; blend well. Stir 1 ROUNDSTEAK 1
in eggs and sour cream; mix .
well. Pour batter over sausagein
casserole. : '
Carefully break and lY' 1
arrange 28
eggs over top of casserole. l'ft4 $ Q

Top Bake with for grated 25' cheese.minutes or \ ) ( r ;;; !) 'sod0 c d )

until eggs are cooked to de
sired doneness. PER .,
Makes 6 servings, LB.

LOUD VOICE on the bus: 49 01' 2 ROLL
Fab Detergent . BOX 68C Bath Tissue 3 PlfGS 88C
With, my luck, if I Ivcte shipwrecked -, 0 0 0 ,

island Ihcv on 'a d beautiful have music tropic A Cleanser 0 0 0 I 14 CANBOXES 01. 16c Irish Potatoes 7 CANS$10D::

piped in through loudspeakers QUAKER EIGHT 1 1'01. PACKETS KLEENEX

in the palm ticcs" Instant Grits 0 3 $100 Facial Tissue . 3 200 BOXES CT 88e

QUART '10 01 $ 49joo
Salad 48C38C Coffee |
Dressing . JAR 0 0 0 0 0 JAR

Salad I Dressing . QUART JAR Drinks 0 0 0 4 46 CANS 01 $

A Catsu// JAR27C Pudding; 0 . .2 ; KRS 88C Saltines 0 0 0 000 .03 I IBPKGS.. $100
11 oz. 00


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See Bill Gardner (J =e i e + G .1 PIES 8-oz.

for your ,

liteningpleasure ..YO-PYY., I;P.. IN.. ,;: /II Apples . 5 ;"C 69C Potatoes 3 ;i1,1, sloe
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r I II ,. + 1O :- 99c Chicken . 'is:,;: $199

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I II Legal Helices f HAMPTON AREA NEWS Of Highland DuPont Plant Co. r' Community NewsDELL ,: I

By JosopMm FonUriM
NOTICE or all bids. of sixth grade
Two classes
Bids be turned In to By Elisabeth Given Walker
Bradford County; Zoning may The Ladles Auxiliary of tile Little Terrle Ann Brown students from Bradford Mid-
Board has made Application the City Clerk no latter than VoiMtasr Fire Apt arolisw has two new teeth both cut dle School made field tripsto CHAPTER 168 Evening service began at 6 New Bethel Baptist! Church
to the Bradford County Zoning January 31 1. 1973. These bed. Ing their rummage sale next at the same time. She Is thedanghtor the Highland Plant of E. I. Dell Chapter 168 will holda The message was taken from Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.Ser-
Board for reclassification should be placed In a sealed Satan-day at the Fir Holes .! of Mr. and Mrs. DuPont de Nemours on Jan- special meeting this Thurs- Matthew 25:14-15 verses. The vices will begin with Sunday ..
of the property described, below envelope and will be opened In Hampton, from 9:30 am.to Kenneth J. Brown. uary 10 and 11. day night at {6 p.m In the pastor spoke on the subject, School at 9:30: Morning Service '.. ',
from Rl-B & EA to OR at the next City Council meet. .:10 pjn. You can still ..,.. and Mrs. R. O. Copeland The first group of 27'was Masonic Hall on Brown- "The Final Report." at 11 a.m. Evening Service .: ,
That Portion In Sections 13 ing. donate anything you wish *. of Valdosta Ga spent under the supervision of Mrs. lee Street. All members are 6:30. All members and
and 14 which lies North of wish further mferma give" to any member of ttio Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Louise Koren, and the second asked to please be presentand friends are invited to attend.
State Road 125. If you contact Mr. Ted Curtis, Auxiliary or to Mrs. F on- LyM HilL group of 36 students was supervised on time. Business of vital Regular services for the
This change In classification tie Chairman*, of Sanitation er taIne who Is in chart of the Mrs Hall prepared a deli by Mrs. Brenda Importance. week began with Choir No. 3

Is subject to a public Miss :Bonnie Trtster C! jrClerk. rummage sal*. lohw birthday supper for Farnsworth and Thomas Casey and Ushers Board No.2 meet-
hearing to be held on Tuesday Miss TrUler can b* The Hampton asrdor ClttMM Bwek Dsmttson last Thursday Jr. JOB CORPS GIRLS ing Monday night. Choir No.
January 30th 1973 at 7:30: Club will moot la (heOM ennl g. Those helping to celebrate G. C. Livingston, Jr. pre- WIN. 4 OF :5 GAMES 1 rehearsed Tuesday night.
PM In the County Commission;: reached after at 4 4 8-1282 She any win weekday also- School House f* In at were Mr. and Mrs. sented a summary of the Du- Debra Henry known as Prayer Meeting Wednes-

room at the Bradford County : the Hampton p.m. City Hall the iwrth door at 7:10 pun. R. A, Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. Pont mining operation and Sweetie to her friends a 1971 day night. Thursday night the 0r
be at
Court House at which time all January 27fraeh Feb. 2. There will be an Lynn Hall and of course Mrs. conducted a plant tour for graduate of Bradford High Ladles Circle will meet at
person Interested shall be on Saturday until 3 atoetion of offlcri as this Ruth Dennlson. each group. School has Joined the Guth- Mrs. Rebecca Allen's. Prayer -
heard for or against the parop.sai 12 noon 1/25 p.m. WM postponed on aoooont of. There" are some minibikesen The students were Informed rie Job Corps and won the Band will meet at the
as specified In the Zoning 1/18 2tchg .em. wr out with sickness our streets without lights as to what DuPont was doingat reputation as top scorer. The home of Mrs. Sarah Prince.
Code of Bradford County. In *.. family: and MIne were or lessee One of our City the mining sites and as Guthrie Job Corps girls bas- Saturday the League will be
John Torode Chairman ta the 1Ios....... The Club Is Officials was seen on one the to the uses made of the 11- ketball team is off to a good selling dinners from the kit-
Bradford County Zoning CALL FOR BIDS ais alanaans a library for ether day on Highway 18 without menite and other minerals start this season,winning four chen. Sunday Is Church Anniversary -
Board. The City of Hampton now Mrfr members, and will ale a helmet and also riding mined here.A of five contests. with Sunday Schoolat d sJ
1/4 4t 1/25 accepting bids for (heir Mowing take donations of any peeks doubts with his son. number of the studentshad Guthrie will play the YWCA 9:30 Morning Service at
I Contract which will rw you would like to offer. There are some of the streetlights fathers other relatives this Thursday in Oklahoma 11. There will be no chargefor
from' March until October. Mooting for Feb. are Ladies that have not been fixed. next door neighbors and City. dinner. Each family is
FIRST NOTICE The following stipulations Auxiliary of Vol. FireDept. The** lights are needed as friends who are employed at Debra has been the big gun asked to bring a covered box.
were attached to the contract first Monday In the the streets are very dark the Highland or Trail Ridge for the Job Corps. She is Dinner will be served at 1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO by the Street Committee: month. Volunteer Fir DM without them. plant.. They were interestedin averaging 18 points per game p.m. Services at 3 p.m. will
REGISTER FICTITIOUS I. All City-owned, right-of- Mon the soconi Monday in "" seeing the operation and and has been chosen player terminate services for the
NAME way must be mowed,fatchtdlog ft* month City Council the r f MOW CAN I IMPRESS learning more about the type of the week for the second day
Netice is hereby given that the cemetary. MeeM Ttwotfay in lie mefrih. PEOPLE WITH THE NEED work being done by their consecutive time. J
(the undersigned, under the 2. Th. parson whose bid Laclos Council of the Hampton friends and relatives. Debra is the daughter of Greater Allen Chapel AME "
revision of 20.953 Laws of is accepted will be paid per Christian Church the first TO te MORE CAREFUL Mrs. Bertis Robinson of Lin- Church Rev. B. C. Williams -

Florida Acts of 1941 will register round of mowing rather than Wednesday In the month. The WITH FWE TH R 1 coln City.CHURCH. pastor. Services began last
with the Clerk of the once per month as In the Senior CMsens Club>>, the first Sunday with Sunday School at
Circuit Court in and for Bradford past. and third Fridays ta the month NEWS 9:45.: Morning service at 11. Safety belts,when

County Florida upon 3. Mowing will be don only Mrs. Grace Deal entered the ll hl i il ilI ilPrewc.Neg Greater Bethlehem Freewill At 3 p.m. the Choir Union you think about it,
proof of publication of this on orders from the! Chairmanof Jacksonville General Hospital Baptist Church Rev. Jasper was held at Lake Butler In it's nice to
notice of the fictitious name the Street Committee. It laat Sunday for surgery. Williams, pastor. The ser- New St. James Church. Rev. a way ay
Iff Bfll's Saw Shop Rt. 2, must be done In the time We are glad to report that vices last Sunday began with Shakespear pastor. Evening I love.. you.VICTOR .
Box 162, Starke Fla. 32091 set by the Chairman at such M. J. NoI'IIIrrw.t Green Sunday School at 9:30. Morn- Worship began at 6 p.m. .. .1

under which I am engaged In time as he thinks (he grass and Mr. Watterson are home -; Ing Worship at 11. The mes- This Sunday services began :N.::: .ID .(t;: ;: :
,buriness at Starke Fla. needs cutting. from the hoapltal. sage by the pastor was tak- with Sunday School at 9:45. .
William E. Ftnucan (sole' 4. If die Job is not completed Mr. and Mrs M. J. Norman .. ,S en from John 14. The sub- Morning services will beginat -- "" '
owner' ), Rt. \ Box 162, Starke to the satisfaction of wish to thank all their _:J.r'J -. ."""' ") ,;,r"_ \ ject, "I am the Way the 11. The Fellowship [Hour CHAMPION ELECTRIC

Fla. 32091 the Street Chairman, the friends and neighbors for I V .' Truth and the Light". The will be held at 3 p.m. at Add Machines. $99.50.
Dated this 2nd day of January and while Mr. sermon was very spiritual.We .
Chairman has the! right to cards visits Mt. Mortal United Methodist Ideal No
for home or office.
1973 A.D. at Starke, warn (he person once and Norman' was In the hospital.We ) have had a joiner. Church. All members and Bradford
"Theowners pricedIt plastic all metal.
Bradford County, Florida. after this first warning, m.* extend sympathy to the forest lire. 1. sale ." Dinner was served at 1 p.m. friends are invited to attend. County Telegraph
1/4 4t 1/25 Alice Marie bueineest i a quirk
contract is considered broken family of Mrs .eeieu.
if the error Is not ceo Pfleshinger, who passed away -
reefed In a reasonable' length last week. Also to the friends
LEGAL NOTICE of time. In such case, the and family of Mr. Parker
The Stockholders of The Community contract will be remade with who passed away In Spain. FOOD
State Bank of Stark. the next bidder in line. Mrs., Lettie Parker of Jacksonville EveryDayLowPrice] EveryDayLowPriceCENTER
SUrfce, Florida,will hold their 5. The City of Hampton reserves mother of Mr. Par-
annual meeting at the Banking the right to reject her was In Starke for her
house of the Community State any or all bids. en's funeral' and also was
Bank of Starke Starhe Florida Bids may be tamed HI to In Hampton to see friends and CUT Pantry FAIR
Jan. 26, 1973 at 7 O'Clock the City Clerk no later than relatives. Mrs. Parker is a REGULAR GRIND

PM. lll3tl25IN January 31, 1973. These bid cousin eOtath Dermison. SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK !)
shouM be placed In a sealed Mrs Frances Wadswerflt
envelop and will be spend and Walden Wadsworth attended SUPERMARKETS
AND THE FOR CIRCUIT BRADFORD COURT IN at lie next City Council meet- the funeral of Mr. Parker. COFFEE STARKE'S

K. Mr. Parker and Mr. Wade-
COUNTY If you wish further information worth were friend.

contact Mr. Ralph Tri.- Mrs. Iris Hart celebratedher '
IN RE ESTATE OF OURANIA yijjjjya .... :: '
LAIN: AS ler, Street Chairman or Miss birthday Jan. 15. We offer _: .I..LO.CIIOOOO.-... .ONU. ...,000.THOU ,
Deceased. Bonnie Trisler City Clerk. our belated greetings to $139 LB 59 .wo''OHTI o a w"ro. 11 1,11 QUANTITY' I
Miss Trisler can be reachedat her. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 8-1262 any weekday after BAG m lit pieiied u nctpt ,;.
all creditors and all persons 4 p.m. She will also be J J [ I. 1 IDA. FOOD STAMP j

having against claims said estate.or demands at (the Hampton City Hall am six cylinders S/4 toe Mod- II !l couPOHs4 .
Saturday January 27, from B :31 CMOOD6JI6 Serial
You and each of you arc I FLORIDA GPADE'A'
noon until 3 p.m. M1492411 BONELESS
notified and requiredto
hereby CUT

file which any claims you, or and eitherof demands 1/18 2tchg 1/25 This at vehicle the school may bus be gar.Inspected ..-. Inflr/Yrsd' ROUND !I FRESH i (iYIRroi FRESH FLORIDA

you may have ..ain.the Sealed bids will be accepted /low PH/CEI/ !I
estate of OURANIA LAINAS CALL FOR BIDS at the office of the County .

deceased!, late of Bradford Superintendent until 9 a.m., STEAK
County Florida, in the officeof The Board of County Commissioners Tuesday February 8, 197S j GRAPEFRUIT
ht Circuit Judge of Brad- of Bradford County and will be opened at that
Florida will receive sealed time. The envelops should 1 I
.ord County, Bradford County bide to be opened at 1':M AM b marked "Bid-Surplus Vehicle" I I innmlIJ.CHOIH nimiH ]
Courthouse In Starke Bradford -
on !the morning' of February 33i1a
$129 9
: County Florida, within 5.h. 1973 in (he County Caw The Board reserves the .. I WHOLE EACH

six months from the date this of 1'II1..t' <<.r. room in(the courthouse right to reject any or all bids. 2 PER BAG
the first publication of -
for the following: Jim TempleSupsrlnti
notice. This will be considered SB .....
Each claim or demand must a package Md and will be far 1/25 2t 2/1 EvcryDayLowPrke' m EvcryDayLowPrkc m EvcryDayLowPrkc EvcryDayLoMrPrke EvcryDayLowPrkc
be In writing and must state
the place of residence and the and year. running beginning throngh 1 Febreary5th January Tender Sliced Lean Meaty Frozen STEW POT

oit-offlce address of the 31, 1974. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Quick Frozen SHOULDER WESTERNBEEF

claimant and must be swornto 1. Regular Gasoline not toss EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF STEAKS SPARE RIBS ROAST
by the claimant, his agent, that 94 Octane. FLORIDA IN AND FOR LIVER IKMINB IONIUM MKM'IWYLER'S' *O M M-l TO 3 I*. M

or his attorney or it will be 2. Diesel Fuel 2 BRADFORD COUNTY 2 To 3 lb. Pkg. 3 To 5 lb. Avg .
void according to law. 3 Motor Oil, Case Lots in Ilhll-- e
Each creditor shall deliver 24 apart cans and 55 gallon CIVIL ACTIONIn Lb.4ge Lb. 69$ IIOen
vftlcient copies of his claim re: The Marriage of Clifford -
drums. Motor Oill will meet
te enable the Circuit Owen Dennis husband
Judgeto ,
API Service Classification
representative mall one to each personal DS available In SAE Grade and Yvonne Rider Dennis, DRIVE I PILLSBURY ; SOUPinirur

10 W thru 40 W. This OU Wife.NOTICE
Dated January 2, A.D., 1973. OF SUIT- PANCAKE
Is to meet of 1'Jifi
requirements rnmfal ; :,
engine operating under LAUNDRY MIXES
JACKSONVILLEBy service classification D.S. Te: Clifford Owen Aida [innjtiij j 1 ] MIX / 20Z
Simmons ARE *nun 1
This oil Is to meet reoutre-
Trust Officer that a Petition for Dissolution I CHICKEN NOODLE. VEGETABLE, CHICKEN RICE,
meets for specific DETERGENT
As Executor of the Last of Marriage has been. i POTATO
tines M I L-L45199 for high 1
Will and Testament of output diesel engine crankcase filed against you by Yvonne
OURANIA! LAIN AS, Deceased oil. It shall also meet Rider Dennis and you are required -
1/Il-tt-2/l the M wfae1ur.r'. recommendations to serve a copy of your 171 1.99 2 LBBOX 39 i 6/59/
for series 3 lubrications. written defenses any to it,
on he( plaintUTs attorney BOX i
whose name and address i.Dudley .
CALL FOR BIDS 4. Motor Oil In case lots
P. 114 North .
The City of Hampton is now 24! quart cans and 55 gallon
accepting bids for their Sanitation drums to meet API Servto Walnut Street. Starke florida FwyDayLowPrkeWIIT BonusBuyWINESAP: EvcryDayLowPrkcCRIAMITTI 'EvcryDayLowPrkc' EvcryDayLowPrkc
32091, and file he original -
Contract which will Class MM MS & DG available
a MiaowGolden
with the clerk of (he WOODBURYLEMON
from March until October.The SAE Grade, lOW thru 4*
above styled court on or before _MACARONIOR _
following stipulations _reattached and meet Military Specifications _
to the contract by M I LL-21D4 A. February 19, 1973; otherwise LONGSPAGHETTI BATH SOAP
I be
a Judgement may entered
the Sanitation Committee: :5. All purpose grease 011, APPLES
1. Garbage must be pickedup Grade 90 and 1.0. 5 gallon and against you for the relief
demanded In the
once per week on the day 55 gallon drum. Gear lubricate complaint : -p,4i-
.f _
set op by the Sanitation Committee must meet M I L-L petition.WITNESS _ _
my hand and theseal
and the whose 2105 Specification.
bid Is accepted.person In case of 6. Multi-purpose..._ fci of said Court on January fturnrltII SINGLETON FROZEN BREADED ; WHITE FROSTINGSWEETdESOUR
rain the garbage can be 35 Ib containers and 129 Ib 1973. Gilbert Brown OLD DUTCH f HIM It JIFFY FUDGE

picked liP on the next workIng containers 1 SHRIMP 1 7 Sex
As Clerk of said Court
day. 7. All 12 fuel and kerosene
\ imisHi
Beulah M.
By: Moody
2. Only garbage In bags to be supplied to (hecourlheuee M Deputy ClerkCourt 1 i [itHUM MIXES
will be picked u.. These bags Agriculture Com ( Seal)
must be set in the drivewayor _x. Health Clinic aid..c.ty M- 1/25 4t 2/15 DRESSING TIDBITS YELLOW CAKE MIX.DEVIL FOOD
some other convenient J all. The successful bteV i ; Box BROWNIE AND lot BLUEBERRY MUFFIN

place near the roadway. All dee win purchase from ft* ..
leave to be picked up muet pnenit supplier all underground
alee be in bags equipment at the major NOTICE REGISTER OF: INTENTION FICTITIOUS TO ; 2 sl992259oz!; <
3. Trash (limbs, old tires, 011 company prices. NAME 3/9W

leaves, .tc.) will be picked The Board reserves he( Notice is hereby given that !

up by the bidder at the discretion right to reject any or all bid. .. ..n-...... under the
of the bidder and the
( Gilbert S. Brown
prortckms of 20.IM Laws of
Chairman of the Sanitation Clerk to Board County Florida Acts of 1941. will regtawr CvcryDayLowPrkc _EvcryDayLowPrkcDELMONTE EvcryDayLowPrkcSTOKELY BonusBuy

Committee. COIIIIrII..n.11 with (the Clerk of the t'Tom Imported PECAN q
4. Only trash piled by the
Circuit Court In
and for Bradford -
side of the road will be picked %/ 2t 2/2. County, Florida, upon Lunch Loaf TOMATO I i :
wPo prod of publication of this 8STWIRLSr.399 b
5. U the Job Is not completed .etfe (he. fictitious name of ALL PORK JUICE '
to the satisfaction of LEGAL NOTICEI : Dixie Motel, 744 N. Tempi 12 oz. Can h 1
the Sanitation Chairman, the am not responsible forany Ave Stark I .
Fla. 33091 under
Chairman.. the right to. debts other than my" own. which we are ...... tabueinees 4 For S 1.00 '
warn the person one and after Richard T. McLaughlm. at Stark, Fit.
this first warning the 1/25 3tp 2/8 Mr. and Mrs J. E. M1111-
contract Is considered broken '
gan, (>>artaarsMsX 744 N. yLowPriw "irery Ceylon*Prke "crylMyLPrkt veryDeyLowPrkc I eryDeyLow Price tyeryPeytowPriceANOUITICONOMT IwryDtytowPrkt
if the error is not corrected NOTICE
Temei Ave.. Stark, Fla. )(* tfVtlOS
In a reasonable length' The Bradford County Bard JMM.Deled. COMfAOIN* SUAVEHAIR IHT N'livE MICRIN BRECKSATIN DINNERS tIMOMICMWHEAT

ftfl time. In such case, the of Public Instruction, Stark. this l 1ft day of Jannary. TOMATO SPRAY CARE ANTISI.TIC .
contract will be remade with Florida offer for sal the 1973 A. D. at Starke PASTE ,.'-'. '" LOTION MOUTNWASH COMOIT'OHI BREAD

me 8.next The bidder City of In Hampton Hit. reserves following One Q)surplus.need vehicle 19M I7hs e Bradford/ I 4M County 2/15 F1or1'a.I .. 120. 29c CAN 120. 49c In 10' 2/$1 J. :. 99 TUBI 20. 3/$1 '.OUN 3/$1 160af iB 29ce.N

the right to reject any "* -. truck, utility '.dye




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BHS Downs St. Augustine. Jon. 25, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 15 -

ti. (From Page 10)) ley 1-0-2, Gantt 2-2-6, Bess wood 0-2-2, Elmore 204.
2-0-4, Mitchell 4-1-9, GateTotals 12630.

1 ,t Tt '4A, } turnovers foot Bradford range.In suffered the early going from Bantam Basketball THURS., FEB. 1 thru SUN., FEB. 4

and got off to a slow start, (From Page 10)) Builders 39-21. The loss was JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM
taking 4-0 lead with 3:40
a : of those In the fourth quar- the fourth for winless Buil-
remaining in the period.lUcky
Gantt finally got the visitorson ter, but the restaurant team ders. 103rd EDITION
S1 still was unable to overcome Tom Lock
the score board with only was high man
la's p r 3:24 remaining In the first that 20 point deficit and drop for the winning team with 19 d
quarter. St. Augustine made ped their third game In four points, followed by Wade

its second basket In the final starts. Wlnkler's 16. r /
I 1 e1d
seconds to the period, to nar- L
row Bradford's load to five KOCH DRUGS 39 Billy Lundy and Ricky Johns t A I
r { 11H STARKE BUILDERS 21 had six points each for Starku
i 94.In Builders followed by Mark
t..S 1 + the second period the Tornadoes Koch Drugs won Its third Swain's five. Randy Edmond- UCI IV IMVIN ML!'
missed four straight game In four starts Thursday, son and Eugene Godwin had ltl "*IIMCTI**r ftlCHAMO iHTOW
" free throws before finally Jan 18, as they whipped Starke two each.
scoring on a 15-foot jumperby NEW UNIQUE! UNPARALLELED!
Vernon Barber. After free DDDDDDODDDDaaaa=D aDO- .. .. "
---------------------- 2S
r throw by St. Augustine, Shel- See FANTASTIC ACTS NEVER

don Hodge then exploded for ONLY THE VERY RICH BEFORE SEEN IN AMERICA!' ...
five straight points as Brad- PERFORMANCES!THURS. (F.b. I 11 T30| PM k
r'r ford opened a 13 point lead, THAN REGULAR PRICE.FBI!,4lf, I 1 lilt, PM j 1 1
18-5. .SAT. II:00AM.3iOOALOSPM: t n 1
SUNDAY I Fib.411 iJO*tilO PM
In the third quarter, Abie
t y p t Williams put on a scoring All Sub Ritirvid'Tfli Included '"
show, ripping off straight bas CONDITIONING S3.50.S4.50S5.50OPENING
kets to give Bradford a 27-10 NIOHT PRICES y4 C
lead. Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays THURS. EVE. iFib. I I S?.50-SJ SO-S4 50

St. Augustine sank only one SAVE SI ON KIDS UNDER 12
goal period and at
James Aldridge takes a leaping lump and makes two points fro the Bradford Jaye had four free throws as Brad- SATURDAY MORNING 1 II 1:00 AM _

team Friday night, but the Tornadoes still lost the game. Aldridge ledthe Babyds ford led at the half. 2110. CONDITIONING
ber 4-0-8, White 2-0-4, Gol- CIVIC. AUDITORIUM REGENCY SQUARE 4

aby Reds Go 54-49 By Palatka den ell 3-0-6.1-0-2,Totals Hodge 20545.St. 3-2-8, Sew-. "226. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731 .MAIL.,.ORDERS TICKET INFORMATION S.nd ..II.add..d 3S4.3O41 ilompid .nv.lop with check ortd mo..y
Aug. Daily 1-0-2, Hur- Jack.anvill payable.. Fla la 322O2 RINOLINO BROS CIRCUS Colii.um 300 W..I Wai. Si

radford High's Junior var-
won its third game of the Will Stttm Cltiti Anythlnf It

son against Palatka South Roofs Houses Mobile Homes Hot Waxing Point CIGARETIES 3 BIG DAYS 1
sday night 54-49, after )
Ing to St. Augustine FrI- Stripping Floor Stripping General House Cleaning ., tor nxiu THUISDAY, FRIDAY t

night by the same score Carpets Clearud ', SATURDAY t
Spray Ptintlnf
ames Aldridge was the : )

ding scorer in both games Complete Hopper Gun Coatings : a ,[
bing 21 points against St. qr. PRICES !
stine and 14 points in Acrylics Plastics Fibergless Asbestos ror QW.R f

atka. Wayne Berry scored Reefs Heutes Cleilines And Wellr .

points against Palatka. Icy* Strvict = I
ames Aldridge led the Baby ) 964-5771 f

rnado cagers to a near -
Friday night, Jan. 19,' t 3 (I 1 Gallon

he ripped off 21 points Prestone 1
lust the St. Augustine Yel-
Jackets, but the Jacketsthe Men's -NEW Anti Freeze II -

sting on and won 54-49. Grade New Prestone II
n the first quarter the Babyds Top J 1 Prestone I Yeor round pro .
'.were in front of the Famous Maker Ice lion you tan Iy

kegs( for the only time dur- Double[ Knit ., _ II_ trgst. I
1 the ball game. 1 ) J .. I Anti. freezeanti I
U the half time the Tor- L'le PolyesterPants -__" boil.
does were down 24-20. e Winter-summei !

n the) third XuartertheJack- I ANn FRIEZI .. concentrate< '
gradually creeped ahead TOO"?polyester.e :::':::::''::'.- -

substain a 48-34 point leadr Superbly tailored \ .
he Tornadoes. by Nation's
t GO
Not 1
maker in top
Keystone quality fabrics.

Comfortable Au 1 1Q.
... '
pants that never Sr. /
Wins wrinkle nor lose Havoline HD 30
their shape. ,I i iV ii
(from Page 19)) r. I* Handsome color Steel & Vinyl HAVOLINE Motor Oil

assortment & Men's Extra heavy
tort with 5:06 remainingth4 r x sg styles. Lounge Chair MOTOR OIL e duty motored
third quarter for the famous Maker -- Prolongs engine ATI
c's|first score of the seed LeatfTer Boots & Loafers : F"oldinositron.rnunga. ohouiwith pod,- \ : MfoCleans
quarter. Baskets were dad headrest. A1 a* it
v and far between the re- You d Expect Imported from Leather e Steel frame. Strong PVC tubing lubricate
To Pay Italy. uppers and & white,
nder of the game for Keyne soles. e Colors-Yellow & green
,;but Branford was nev- f ,_Up To $20.00 Pr e Brown, block, tan blue & white, red & white. SAVE 1.OO SAVE 19%

able to go out in front Sizes to 12 e Ideal for patio ...- ...."...
: n.t! Although the Bucs did g 'i ;llt or beach. ., .
ne ;within two points with LA You d xpep Dbcuni Pil E J
3 and 2:26: remaining in To Pav w P Our Dncounr Pnc.
final stanza, an aggres- UpTo S20 00 Pr. umue w..m
e defense led by Robin -si
nderson, Wingate and Hur- .-.'.'''.'''

preserved the victory for JlEII: <;' LOU I Lou Jacob-, world-t'amwis down with Men's Flannel Eagle I Cassette "-,,, :'-1.: 1''
ystone. the all-new 103rd: Kdition: of Uinjrlmjr IJros. and Pajamas Nyquii60z. Tape Recorders PKg. of 3 Blank
rhe' win also upped Keyne's Harnuni & Bailey ('ircus'I'he Greatest Show On Earl: e 100"% cotton _-i ; Cassette Tapes
conference mark toa' _._ Limit' 2 Instant fadingBattery
flannel ,
Thlll' dare'ening" prints
comes to the Jacksonville Coliseum on Men's Corduroy A t0 60 minute recording
record that only Bron- Sun Elastic waistPreshrunk oi.a P'ly.Wo.JrtZ 1iit1: mike &
February) 1. for performances through Bush Jackets I time' on each
i can presently beat. Fri- f'; blank tape
night the Bronson Eagles day. February 4.Do A-D I i. I !i 'includedVicks tape SAVE 30%
adu the Indian gym for a d/f l 5.11
l rference game. Two weeks F Four over 'j u Contac Capsules :

0 Bronson whipped the In- You Have A sized. pocketS I L 10'$ AU_ Di......,. P" '._ Our D"eounr Pr .. U
ins: in a nonconferencee } t Worm quilted i DI... ht,. w.,13 9'5 Woo .l-.61
played at Bronson. lining. ONTA
edless to say, Coach Stef- Heating System That Smartly J
.Brpkas' boys will be ready. styled. Bayer Tirre- ::r ,i.,3. I
Released ? _
one of the most impor- Boys' Assorted Aspirin r
it games of the season. Costs A Lot Money < Flannel col ors. nMFORFLFASt 30's X4.1 r.Ry.y \[_1-\; !: r
oeyer has the best league Pajamas Sizes-SM, Rr" D ii.. '% a6 --d ;'?; ;jl t

c-ord at the end of regular And Still e Piped trimElastic L, XL dyt '. .1 ""
isoii play will host the con- Keeps waist ( ) Colgate 100Mouthwash Mixture. of -.1"
'ence tourney set for Feb. i e Asst'd. prints j r w1LD., grains & seeds >
8,9.ftdr. You Cold? 6-16 l e t i 12 Or. FOOD'' to feed a variety All Purpose Lantern & fta'tery
\ Friday night's game \, of songbirds
ill Bronson, the Indians aree P SAYE 21% \ SAVI 3.00 waaJ. eD' e Long range spot light,
until Feb. 2 when they STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICE 1 e Rugged case: Unbreakul-i II I larDiscount
ive{ to Cedar Key. yr Dun. r his. OU Pri. e 1 6 Volt battery
w .mfr w.. .. SAYE 14% includedMen's
Can Install ,
Fue'sday night the Indians AtlMMNIIMO h: 1
1 :their newest winning ; -rfN r
eak to three games and Men's Our Dt.nunr P.,.. r\i
ir season to 8-7 by plas- ", I New Fashion Glamorene w.rJ42C
---- COMAn *V CHRYSLER Better Polos
Inc Jax Maranatha 64-41 '-77,rl-am''n CORPORATIONgasfired I !Knit( Shirts Oven Cleaner _/"
Short sleeves
foI e
the", victor's home court. .
Polyester ,
e Top makervalues 'r 16 Ounces. Citrus
enlor Bob Burner led Keynes to blend
!> assault with 29 points J5.98. W.deselection ""' Colors & 8/AO/EQ6'' Improved mistless i
ile;placing less than three of s patterns spray Juicer
Child 1N
Or Long sleeves
u trs. The 5-11 connected Styles&color
1 14 of 22 field shots, a e Sizes-SM 14V17 safety formula cap cleans
6 Iper: cent average. He oilfiredfurnace -- L, XL. SAVE 1.OO fast New lfal L.oS9anA '% Reg. $1.16SALE

o led all rebounders with ,. Lerr n fresh scent r
coming; in the first half.
our Oueunt Ptle'
SAVE 24'7. Solid Center tz
Turknett also scored
arry w
double figures for KH, mak- -1 I* I Golf Balls I
four field goals and two W'1iA l. our Cut proof non yellowing white t
I a..oun' Pd" finish though vulcanized cover t
shots forlOpoints.Sopho- "" 90
Girls' w..1.26Flare < t
re* Don Wingate followed That Does The Job Ladies Polyester Leg Jeans '
h :eight points and senior t
e .
100' f
; cotton
rry Vaughn had five to pace Econ omically.' ?1 Shells denim. I
'stone's other scorers. :j &' belt loops. '
1 1000 polyesterFoshionoble e Large 3
flea victory was Keystone's .4 pockets.e t
cond of the season over the PRICES screen prints. Fashioncolors., 1
)mmodores, to give them an FAIR AND g( Back zipper Sir s-7-l4. L IV f 9r 1 I
'7 record and puts Keystonethe Sizes-SML. 0..,Discount. P,... ( "i 28 Gal.woo I
winning side of the QUAL'TY: +44 PlasticGarbage i 1
ger for the first time this 1t SAVE 20% SAVE 18% t t Cans Decorative Glass CarhteHardsldc I

aeon WORK IS OUR PRIDE Bubble Bottles Luggage '
Unlike their first meetingen e Textured j.
the victory was in doubt t Pie. 0 I r design rted colors e Durable, sturdy, lightweighte I
..til\ midway into the fourth ..2.-4( ....1 .Avntadc 6f designs Green or blue
arter, the Indians put the 1 g Ideal for home 26" w.2 1S, ".- 10.93 ILadies'
me out of reach in the first We Also Have A Professional Cream t full Scuffs t lid decorationSAVE 29" ...OMC .... 12.93 re

If by expanding a four point Vinyl-fashion' SAVE 1.03 19% SAVE r: 2-C5:
st lead to an 11 colors 1
quarter ;
>int margin at the half. The Repairman For Any Item. e Cushion 'ir nersole.SizesS10.- I 24" .. 1

-ore was tied twice In the Ou D......., ,"... Our 0....... Prig. F S Ou a..u Price. 'E ,
rst the period Commodores, 4-4 and 6-6 fell,vicn bare -- For Information Call __ w..u- w .12-4 w.. r

to a stubborn 1-3-1 zone 96. -836 3 Or Come It

Cense and Hurner's hotooting. By 322 Brownlee 312 W. MADISON AVE. IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES USE OUR CONVENIENT t


ans made It the night a Starke, Fla. PHONE 61-7513 SAVING MONEY LAYAWAY PLAN.
lean sweep by whipping the! t
Commodores! 35-27. .
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I Page 16 TELEGRAPH Jan. 25, 1973

SSS .... .
.Ny1.yP '
41N Stt71M. 'iReC
/ Farm Bureau 0. ,F


Protests Death .
> i y'
.vv..evxax ..a.. &Se z m.akilw? #.uro..worw ltd+iaaaaa% r


Deadline for Insertion Monday PS. PB, RH Air, vinyl top 70,000 BTU Wall Gas Heater 1
County Farm Bureau gists concerning the use of INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR
5 Thursday with vent new burner. Like
j p.m. preceding excellent-- '$800. Call 964- ; JIMMY MOORE'S ENVIRONMENTAL
directors at their meet- Chlordane and Mirex as con-
before SELLING?
publication. 6929 after 5. 2tp--1/25 new, $100. Call 964-6929 after
ing recently adopted a reso- trol poisons. It was reportedthat 5, 2 2,1 S.n Spit PLANNING & TESTINGA
lution protesting the cancel- fire ants are beginningto tp CONTACT
lation of the Rural Environ- appear in some sections of TRUCK &TRAILER for sale-- MORE BOAT FOR Division Of
------------------------- -
mental Assistance Program Bradford County. Minimum Charge $1.75 One used trailer for hauling LOTS FOR SALE In Southgate GEORGE ROBERTS YOUR MONEY C.W.CRUMAnd
(REAP) which encouraged farmers The directors also voiced (Covers IS words) hay (300 bales). One used Subdivision. Call Marc Jack- '
and landowners to practice interest in building a head- Each word over 15, 8C! Chevrolet tractor truck(1965)). son, 964-6078. 8tchg--2/22 REAL ESTATE Starke Ph. 964-5791) Associates
better conservation meth quarters for the Bradford Bureau Phone 964-7490, Mr. Jones
to be located in proxi- All Classified Ads must be between 9 a.m.and 5 p.m.Itchg Complete Outboard & Stern Real I Estate Property:
ods.Copies paid for In advance unless LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf PHONE 961-7826 Drive Service and Repair. !
of the resolution will mity to the present Agricul- Management
you have established account & Country Club, ready for
be forwarded to the State legis- tural complex at the fair with The Telegraph, In that FOR SALE.1968Charger R/T, for Investment.Lots 421 W. MADISON ST. Complete Fiberglass Repair Ph. 904-724-5322[)
building on or
islative and Congressional grounds. Dues in the organi- event 50C extra charge for with 440 engine, with 72,000 approximately 1/2 Custom built Fiberglass 1109 GUNKA ROADJACKSONVILLE
delegations and to President zation will be raised from billing Not! responsible for miles. Just had new paint job. and Paved roads Fishing' Boat 32216
': to $20 to raise additional errors wnen the Call 964-5240 after 530pm.: acre
Nixon. $17.50 given over
only 3 minutes from town. THOMAS, REALTOR Rated In Dun & Bradstreei
George T. Muggins, presi- funds for building pur- phone or when copy is not typed; Asking $1,200 or best offer
Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5p.m.
dent of the Bradford FB, said poses. The bureau also receives and brought to the office tf tfchg Appraising And General
cancellation of the program revenue from the sale
will deal a serious blow to of tires, batteries, and insurance - Angus Real Estate Sol. MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
FOR SALERegistered -
many segments of the agri- policies. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY FOR RENT :) calves. Phone 964-6114. TOWNSEND 90 West, Lake City
30 Years Experience In
cultural industry In Florida. Huggins said that Farm Bureau '
J. B. white. tfchg Steel Phone 752.3723
"At a time when so much headquarters for Brad- SI.75 per Inch
emphasis is being placed on ford, Baker, and Union Coun- 2 inch minimum -- $3.50 Florida Land Mott.ri. For Best Selection Of
it is ties located in Lake ALCOA SIDING SPECIALIST- Cuckler Steel Buildings
ecology, unbelievable that are now FOR RENT- 12' wide Mobile TRAVEL TRAILERS
the Federal government would Butler, and pointed out that homes outside city limits. J. Since 1938. All Wood Coveredin Tel. 964-5701 & Bins Portable Welding MINI-HOMES
cancel an important assis- Bradford is losing around Aluminum. Workmanship
tance program that helps keep $2,000 annually in revenue Memorials Resolutions, Pro- B. White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg Guaranteed. WILLIAM DAVISP. 205 N. T.mpl. Av. Pipe Welding TRUCK CAMPERS

the air and water free from due to not having its own head- clamations.:1M.UU'; Minirnum: Card of Thanks O. Box 1081, KEYSTONE LAKE AND TOPPERSFull
; up to 50
pollution, and protects the soil quarters building He said the words. Each word over 5U- FOR RENT 1 bedroom attractively HEIGHTS, FLA. (904) 473-
from erosion," Huggins said. Bradford FB now has about 8C. furnished house.:No> 3366. 9tp 12573WATSON'S S 75-7304 Lin Of Ports And
"This program which is nota 500 members and predictedthat children. 964-7831. tfchg. r SAVE $ 4 Service
government handout and Involves this would be substan- tp 2'9p1nofl's
relatively small sums tially increased if a head- HOUSE OF VACUUMS FRED DAVIS

of money, has done more to quarters building is estab- PUMPSNEW Many brands of new vacuums BUICK PONTIAC
help conserve our natural resources lished here. MISCELLANEOUSPLASTER $39.00 up Used machines r MILLERVOLKSWAGEN. Irnws
AND USED from $10. Expert Repairsall
and Improve farming The directors also votedto ".
in this country than most any have meetings twice a year makes. Parts and Acces- A LITTLE RIDE CAN
government farm program," (in Starke) rather than quar- SALES sories for all vacuums. Built SAVE YOU A LOT" Mobil.
Huggins said. He urged indi- terly meetings in various PARTS in Central vacumn cleaning Horn.
vidual farmers to write let- parts of the county as has SERVICE patching, dry wall systems. 712 N. Main, Gaines- I GREEN COVE SPRINGS J SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES

ters to their Congressmenand been the practice for the past Deep and Shallow Well finishing, old ceilings refinished ville 376-7110 pow Expando Rooms & Add
the President protestingthe several years. strippled or textured. On Room
REAP cancellation.The Huggtns said he Is planningto Nathan H. Starling. Lawtey LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering LONG CHAMP Free Delivery and Set Up New & Used
bureau directors also attend a legislative work- Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT 7823896. 4t 2/15 6x9. $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; 100 MILE Sale S."lc.WI
voted to write the State Plant tour of Farm Bureau officialsin 12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 only Home and RADIUS
Board in Tallahassee urg- Washington, D. C., Feb. SERVICE $14.95. Many patterns and co- Building BANK FINANCING
ing that Florida's Fire Ant 6-7, when the group hopesto ON' ALL MAKES FOR SALE-19681/2 ton Chevy lors. Dahmer's Discount tf Maters als HWY 17 NORTH 1 Mi. North of the Mall'
Control program be reinstated. meet with Secretary of Fleetside V-8, 56,000 miles, GREEN COVE GAINESVILLE
This program was discontinued Agriculture Earl Butz in the PHONE 9647061DURRANCE excellent condition, radio, WE BUILD-
some time ago because interest of farm programs heater, new tires on front, HELP WANTED "Your Plan. Or Ours Tel. 284-5001 264-7311 1
of protests from ecolo- that have been severely slashed new 16.5 mudgrip tires on t J Your Lot Or Ourt."
10" wheels real.$1200.00cash.
or abandoned. PUMP/ & SUPPLY CO.

STARKE BUILDERSA Moved 5 Block North I Hammond's Discount House, CARL BEGGS
N 301 or call 485-5452 Brooker. Remodeling Repairs
864 N. Tempi Ave WANTED Front help week- Additions MACHINE
Complete Building Service 2tp 2/1 ends. Stuckey's Hiway 301 N. Gulf Service

Phone 964-S2"0\ 219 E. Washington St. Itp Homes Bought. Sold Sale and Service

Starke, Fla ... WANTEDTwo bedroom furnished K M 1*" I Trad.d PFAFF -,ELNA

CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL P'" apartment or house WANTEDMale, 16 or older i ACREAGE FOR SALE94U.U USED New Home
Keystone Heights or vicinity. Saturdays,
HOUSES FOR SALE for yardwork ,
Retired P. O. Box WHITE
$4.59 Near Lawtey.
"The $1.50 hour.
No Wax Floor" ..... --- 209, Lake Geneva, Fla. an 783-3172 after 8 Hwy. 301 S. Stark
Phone p.m.
Completely Installed Compare At $6.50 Per Sq. yd. 2tp 2/1 Itp m4Tmj fn nt Fm PARTSFor $49.50 up

FOR SALE--3 BR house, living Parts &
BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI FOR SALE -Welch Pony-Gel Home and 31-1/2 Acres locat- Repairs on
LOW room,dining room,kitchen oil ding, 7 yrs old, gentle. Bar- OPPORTUNITIES FOR WO- ed on SRD. 100 South. Home Most Makes Of Cars all other make machinesNATIONAL
NYLONMany stove, hot water heater,
rels and parades, for Information 3 bedroom, CB construction.Land .
MENLUZIER needs ladies
Color. To Choose From t/i heater & two air conditioners. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
| 07 call 964-5603 or 964- train bordered by two paved
Exceed K.H.A. fW $8,000. 964-7730. 4tp 28ttstts.ltr immediately as cos-
Speciricmloni 5262. Itp roads and one graded road.
metic consultants. Openings Hwy. 301[) N. Waldo
Completely installed Over Rubber Per Sq.
Padding yd.
: countywide for Bradford,
SHAG $200 REWARD for return of Union and Clay. Also Max- BILL POWELL BROKER Phone 468-1998 611 W. Univ. Ave. f

The r FOR SALE 1 2 Pit bull dogs stolen from vllle, Fla. Louise Stern, Area
100% Continuous Fii. Nylon Carpet With The Now Loots my home. Contact Edward Ad- 9645616.2tchg 2/1 964-6461 Gainesville, Fla.
Many Colon To Choose From kins, Starke, Fla. 2tp 2/1 Manager.
Completely Installed Over Rubb.r Padding Per Sq. Yd.I $7.9 S OR J 378-1355 **
FOR SALEAll any part WANTED-Registered Nurse, WAYNE DOUGLAS United Form

FOR SALE 12 x 60 2 bed- of 36 In lots Starke.lying East Suitable of Railway for- preferably experience, with for psychiatric work with ASSOCIATE Agency, Inc. ft?*:':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

I Bill's C.B. Radio & room, 11/2 bath mobile homeon rental houses or duplexes.A. Community Mental Health 964-6593 Reg. Real Estate Broker BOGIES,
Equipment > nice lot, quiet neighbor :
J. Thomas, Realtor. Ph Center in Bradford and Union Paul
& Irene
i hood. Good Faulkner
price. Ph. 473-
321 N. Temple Ave. Starke Florida 3371 Keystone Heights. 2tp 964-5701. chg Counties. Call 964-8382 or Associates III Plumbing Co.
2/1 496-7421 for appointment. Itp O. C. Corm Nursry
BEARCAT3 Reg. 220.95!) NOW 159.95 REDUCE safe & fast with GD- Thousands ef Plant 206 S. Water Street 111

.. Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water WANTEDTwoaggresslvegals' Fruit Tree, Shade Trees, Starke, Fla. 964.5065 :'.' COMMERCIALAND
Puma 23 Reg. 114.95 NOW 109.95 FOR SALE Cabinet, cedar pills"Andrews Pharmacy.6tp for drapery sales In Evergreen Cornelliat WANT TO SELL OR ::
chest gas heater, bedstead, -- 2/1 Starke and Keystone area.Call Asaleot' Rote BUY REAL ESTATE? :
army cot Edgar Burrels, for appointment.Draperies By Most 'in Cant Plant Anytime Call Us For Best Prices =J! RESIDENTIAL
Tiger 23 Reg. 169 95 NOW 154.95 Rt. 2, Box 16 D. Starke, Fla. SEWING MACHINESCleaned, Rowe. 376-1293. ltp LANDSCAPING Prospects
I tp oiled and repaired. PHC Sports- 23 Mi. S.E. Of St..rile. Waiting tfchg i 1 24 Hr. Service

"Home Of The Magnetic Signs" wear across from Starke HELP WANTED Experienced Hwy. 100 sate..,.,.. J ;j
FOR SALE50 x 12 Capella Builders Supply tfchg Sewing Machine operators. Florahome6592165 1 PHONES

mobile home. Call Edward Permanent position for people ![11
Crawford, 782-3976. It HOME REMODELLING Jobs seeking permanent employ- PLANNING A TRIP? Office Ph. 964.8602
done; also plumbing, house ment. Apply Cadillac Uniform WE MAKE ALL :: Home- 485.3751
Hipp Tractor Co.TCUCOMONC. wiring and some appliance 441 E. Brownlee St., LET US HELP! ::::

372-3".00 FOR SALE-BR mobile home work. Prompt service. Call Starke, Fla. tfchg. MAJOR APPLIANCE We HandleEXOTIC ) i Ii!
10 :x 55, 1 1/2 baths, $2,495 964-8087 5tp 2/28 REPAIRS = 766 N. Grant St.
furnished, or $2,000 unfur- :
FARM MACHINESNew nished. Phone 964-8049 or AVON CALLINGTo EXPERT REPAIRMEN The :',' Starke, Florida
WANTEDUsed furniture refrigerators Avon Pro-
964-6670. 2tp 2/1 buy or sell CARRIBEANSAlto ':;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::
& Used washers.Dah- ducts call 372-0421 or write CALL 964-8363
mer's Discount House tfchg Mildred Henkle, P. O. Drawer Airline Ticketsand

4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 FOR SALEGentle Holstein BLake Geneva 32660. Stark Tours FILING CABINETS. Typewriter

nursing cow. Call 964-7577 WE GIVE SERVICEWe get 8tchg 31WANTED Call 964.7449 Stands, Desks, Chairs,
Gainesville Fla. Service
after 6 p.m. Up results! List your properly Appliance TOWN FINANCE CO. Safes.Bradford; County;

for sale with us. Call today.-- : Live-In Maid. References 323 Brownl.. St. rf P.O. Box 226 N. Tempi. Telegraph
The Belle. Idea"Tune FOR SALE-A well furnished '
\\ L.ere Service Is BILL POWELL, BROKER: required. Write Box
camp in the Ocala National
964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg 182, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
Contact Ned C. Cole-
Forest. 32043. stp--1/25 :.::WVW--WK::::: : :! : :: "
man, Griffis Loop or writeP. "UT NOW HAVE I diamond nee-
UpSPECIAL 0. Box 251, Starke, Fla. dles for any make or model '
32091. Itp ANTED--Mald. Apply In '
Discount House.playerDahmer's tfchg 1/11 person at To-Rena Motel. 2tp OPENINGS I Im

FOR SALE Goats at Faulk- SEWING MACHINES cleaned, A VAILABLEExperienced
ners Egg Farm. 3 Miles E LABORERS WANTEDPermanent -
oiled and
adjusted In
1 Week Only of Hampton on Road 18. your
Ph. position All company
468-1245. home, $5.Vacuum Cleaner re- m f
Up hc2: -fits. Minimum startingrate |
tit 'pairs also. All work
5. OO Plusparts teed.--Dennis E. Coggins guaran-, Ph. of $2.18 per hour. Apply

431-1428. tfchg Southern Wood Piedmont Co. ( I Ii
ED's GULF Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
t MOTORCYCLESFOR J RELAX and unwind with safe, 2tchg. 1/25. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS

Across From Farm Vkt. N. Temple Ave. effective GoTense tablets. Only

98C--Andrews Pharmacy.2tp NUGENT ELECTRIC
14 i .1
SALE1972 Suzuki 350,
OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY. good shaoe. 4000 miles, also LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast Sfrvlct Single Needle-Serging-Sideseammg

100 W. PH. 964.5606 '0-z., .., helmet $600. Larry Oglesby. with X-ll Diet Plan, $3. REDUCE Commercial Residential And I 1 1 'f!
964-5240.; tfchg excess fluids with X- Wiring
See Our New 1'1" ffl, t Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee -Additional Outlets- i 111 Must Be Able To Work 40 :Hours Per Week I;
: ; FOR SALE- 1972 BSA Motor- at Koch Drug 12tp--4/5 :::: :
Air Conditioning ;
Sslection Of DoLblewides Also cycle-750 cc, has2,000mlles.
Call 964-8418 before 1 o'clock.ltp Hookup Vacation/
"ROOFING" | Paid j*
Specializing In Trailer Pole Meter Holidays-Paid
New: And
Used Household Furnishings For SaleS
repairs and rerooflng: All repairs 24-Hour Service

Til hark "!r>n Carports, Patio I
::y'2Yi7ShSra: : : :::{::+:vri:: : ::::+:::iFACTORY: :::::::::;:::::::::::::::: :::::-X::; :::: ::::::: ::: :::::-.::::':':::;:::;: : :::::s. Awnings, Door Hoods and Gut-
USED ters. Roger's L'pholsterY3/4 K **!
HELP NEE DEIr mile North 301. 964-8350.,

4tp 21SLEEPING 11| APPLY IN PERSON 7:30: A.M. TO 4 P.M. II ,

FOR SALE 1966 FO":ID 2
:j,! Ow.n Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able Dr. C: "M 964-6678. Itp PROBLEM? Rest-
less? Get Snoozer Tablets fora FIAT
i ij bodied factory help. No experience
nec.ssory. safe I
night's sleep. Only 98 -- VOGUE
:: Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. Andrews .
Pharmacy. 1/25
FOR SALE-1963 Impala Chev- 5tp SALES PARTS

!};! IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK AKt>LY ;hf rolet $400.00 good condition. SERVICE



mouth. Take over payments.. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT IMPOITS, UK. 3
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Call 864-6739
<< before 2 p.m. DOYLE 509 E. I Road 100 Starke Fla. ..- |
E. CONNER UniversityGainesville'3724373
ii:; Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday :::|;F.i ltp ,

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