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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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OTHER RELATED STORES square foot shopping center, and central sewage and

water described of f t w .e
systems was by representatives J7 k,
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C.A.M. Development Corporation In a request before A
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Information
Leasing the County Zoning Board Tuesday night for reclassl-

flcatlo-i of 64 acres at the southeast corner of the intersection -

of U.S. 301 South and State Road 18. M
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HASKELL REAl.1Y OEVEIOEAS!! Impressed by the corporation's: professional. pre- .

[inJ !! sentation, including plats and a scale model mock-up

PRESTON HNA6K uN1PAGMP complete with miniature electric lighted street lamps,

V' OINIIi the Board to advertisefor
I Zoning gave C.A.M. permission ,., t
a hearing at Its next meeting on February 27.
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This sign stands on US-301 south in Stark at John Meeks of Beckley, W. In other action Tuesday night ty from EA and OR to R1C :. !
Va., spokesman for the developers the board gave Gilbert S. for the purpose of mobile
Edwards Road Anew Community State Bank Is told the board plans Crosley permission to advertise home subdivisions. On loca-
Included space for 281 mo- three parcels of proper- tion is on 301 North, near ,
planned adjacent to the planned shopping center. bile homes on 45 of the 64 the Marklee Starling Road;

acres in the proposed development one is on 301 South near SR
He said this figuredout City PostsUncontested 18, and the third is of SR
to seven per acrecon- 225 east of Lawtey.Mr. .

siderably less than the nine Starling was informedthat ,
New ShoppingCenter per acre that are allowed he would have to com- ,
Bradford's zoning code. ,
under
ply with the new and more
This is being done in orderto In BrookerAll strict state regulations as to

preserve all trees on the septic tanks Effective Jan. 8,
site and give the mobile home city posts are uncontested 1973 septic tanks are pro- x
occupants more attractive in the forthcoming hibited on single residence +
Bank space for their[ units Meeks Brooker election and voters sites (including mobile homes) 3u

said. may be saved a trip to the of less than one acre. Any +w '
The proposed shopping cen- polls, as in the case of Keystone person building a home or
ter will have 1,280 parking In 1971 whenno
Heights locating a mobile home on citizens honored Dr. H.H. Adams Hazel
the developer said, and Outstanding Tuesday night were Mrs.
spaces, opposition developed
less than one acre can no
Planned ForUS301 and other features of the park .an election was .declared un- longer install a septic tank Ritch Hardy, and Mark Hardenbrook.Chamber.

will Include swimming and ,necessary. unless he is on a central

wading pool basketball court, With three Council seats water system, in which case
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picnic area, and playground. to be filled, only three per- three units to an acre are allowed -

The requested rezoning is sons qualified: C. L. Atkinson Starling said that in Cites 3Outstanding
SouthPlans from OR (open rural), the and two incumbents, A. this case he would have to
present classification, to KM B. Adams and Carl Edwards. enlarge the size of some of
(mobile home park) and BH! The third incumbent, J. R.Mott his proposed lots.

(sales and service). Meeks whose term is expiring, Stephen Cardin was given
for a new home for the Community said the developers plan to did not seek reelection after approval of his proposed mo-

State Bank, and a shopping; operate a mobile home sales 18 years on the council. bile home subdivision acrossU Citizens
business in connection with Mayor Roy Carroll and City S. 301 from the B. & G.
center housing Winn-Dixie, a large the development. Clerk Joyce Stokes are also Truck Stop, which had previously -

T.G. & Y. (Variety) Store and several unopposed in their bids for [ been approved for re-
Other members of the corporation reelection.The classification from R1A to R- A doctor credited with keep- munlty Service award for her stated in presenting the award -
other tenants were announced this week present at Tuesday regular election date 1B. Ing the doors of Bradford activities in civic affairs and :

for US-301 South. night's meeting were Phillip is February 13. Whether or Mr. Lyons, representing County Hospital open, a wo- as a successful businesswoman [ "In the course of human
Cannes, and Mrs. Dora not an election will be held Underwood: Motel, expressed man credited with giving time for 26 years. Mrs. event it happens now and
E, Johns said[ size of the present buildingon Carries the headed the recent every
Sen. Charley thy ofi'ompanoBeach will depend on an Interpre- interest in operating a mo- and talent to make county Hardy com- then that some person e-
the new bank building will be Madison Street. Five drive.S. Tonnelier & Miller of tation of the Florida Elec- a better place to live, anda plete remodeling of the Starke from admldst the multitude -

constructed on property at ( .. Page 4)) Gainesville are the architects. tion Code. (See Page 4)) high school senior who has Woman's Club and was the Impetus merges who stands head and
the southwest corner of 301 given of his time to benefit behind the project as
shoulders above the crowd.
and Edwards Loop Road, and others, were honored Tues- building committee chairman. Our first honoree is such a
construction is expected to AT LEGISLATIVE HEARINGLawtey day night by the Starke- She is also one of the organizers -
begin by late spring or early Bradford county Chamber of of Honor America man.
summer. Commerce.Dr. Day in Bradford County "He arrived on the scene
in Bradford County some 30
"We hope to be in the new H.H. Admas, 60, and Outstanding Young Adult a- and has dedicated
years ago
quarters by the end of the trying to limit his practice, ward was presented to Brad- himself to his profession and
year," Johns said. Lawtey Asks ChangeTo is working a heavy schedulein ford High senior Mark Edward the well being of those he
The new bank building will the midst Bradford Coun- (Buggy) Hardenbrook, son of serves.

have 7,800 square feet of floor ty's critical doctor shortage.He Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harden- "To recount his good deeds
space, about three times them received the Chamber's brook of West Market Road would take volumes Always
Humanitarian[ Award highest Starke, Hardenbrook was cited cheerful and happy, he
pur-
honor bestowed upon an Indi- as giving his[ time and effortto
posely shuns the spotlight and
Mayor-Commission vidual locally by any agency benefit others through his always 'gets the job done.'
I work at school, where he isa
Mrs. Hazel Ritch Hardy, top science student, and In "He continues to serve the
tl f momn brie long-time employee of the the youth fellowship of his community even though he
'" will apparently become and prosecuted in the new slid it is deemed advisable The organization would be Charley E. Johons Insurance church. jeopardizes his own health

the second Bradford municipality Bradford County Court under to have It created by the (See pogo 5)) Agency received the Com- The awards were given at and welfare. When asked why
[ to change to the new Article 5 of the Florida legislature. the 26th annual dinner meet- he continued to practice, he
1 mayor-commissioner form of Constitution. replied that when he first came
of the Starke-Bradford
At government and abolish its Attorney Shaw, who also re- I t Ing Chamber of Commerce to Starke he 'needed the people
city court system, If the 1973 presu-ts the Bradford Constiprosents ,County in the community and now
n r'' Florida Legislature enacts the the Bradford County Tank Rules at the Starke Golf and Country that there was a critical short-
New Jackson accepted
,"y requested change in the cltj Commission and the Brad Septic Club.leadership Marc of the Chamber age of doctors the community
charter this spring. ford School Board, also requested I I 1973 succeeding Maxie Car needed him and he could not
Means effecting the special act estab- fr turn his back on those who
South side of raised at last lishing Bradford County ter had helped him over the years.'
change were To Bd.
Historical Commission with Explained County
STOMPEDESet Wednesday's annual Legislative authority vested in it to hold Of Dr. Adams, Chamber "It has been largely throughhis
Hearing by Lawtey City Such Vice-President John Myers dedicated effort and almost -
his-
title to property. a
Friday Attorney Gene Stn w. The Jacksonvilleand ( ) test for constant attendance that
torical commission might take New rules on Installation trol In an don drainage approval -
Feb 9 hearing, which saw variousand title to the old Bradford court- of septic tanks in Bradford on-site Inspection before a to be granted. the doors of Bradford County -
sundry matters broughtup house owned by the school Monday tank is covered is now required Hospital have been kept
3.7P.M.Games and legislative action pro- now County were explained That test, never requiredby Jan. Rain "
attendedby board. to the County Commisision Estimated cost of a the county, !is simply a open.
mised on some, was Of Mrs. !Hardy Myers
RidesFor State Sen. Bob Saunders Sen. Saunders said that as of Pollution Control of percolation test is $30, plusa hole dug in the ground, a Above stated, "Her unselfish and
Air & Water Pollution time delay because the per amount of water Avg.
the
All Ages D-Gainesville; State Sen. Jim a general rule he opposes specified untiring work for the peopleof
Control Board in Jackson- mits are Issued from Jacksonville poured In, and the resulting
actions butealdhewouldtake
Williams D-Ocala, and Rep. such ,
,
Chicken Supper Bradford County over the
An of 2.17 Inchesof
advisement. ville. drainage time ascertained. average
D-Starke. the under
Frank Williams, request County Sanitarian Jack Tra- Keith rain fell Bradford County years, has In the opinion of
Proceeds To By !Ile. Reason, according; to on
Shaw was told Lawtey's pro- In making the request Shaw AWPC assumed control of wlck explained to the com- Brown who Inspects Installations in the week from Jan.21-27 our selection committee
School
Equipment posed change can be accom- acknowledged the county board septic tank installations Jan- mission Monday that the Division in Bradford and Clay bringing the total for the month earned the "Community Ser-

plished by a resolution by the has the power to establish a uary 8 under an executive order of Pollution Controlhad Counties for the Division of of January to 4.66 Inches. vice Award.
A time member of the
DANCEFriday Lawtey Council authorizingthe historical commission, but issued last July 1 by taken over supervisionof Pollution Control, is to determine Three days of rainfall dur- long
Starke Woman's Club Mrs.
to enact legislation tanks on January ,
delegation Gov. Reubin Askew and after septic how large a drain week brought the
February 2, covering the required the Bradford Commission 8 and that confusion exists field is required. ing the past .33 inches a- Hardy is currently serving
in the city charter. "blind" result of the change. total January as first-vice president and
changes refused to sign a an a Another rule of the DIvision of
NEW ARMORYSTYROPHOAMSOUL It will not be necessary to Tree Sale contract to take over Inspections Thomas Davis, pollution is that if the water table bove 4.33 Inches the 50-year for January.average finance this chairman.that she It was in
capacity
spear
hold a referendum on the when unable to find out control specialist with the Division is above 36 inches under -
proposal, Shaw was told. what the county's commitment the ground, a raised filter An Inch of rain fell Sunday headed the complete renova-
Set SaturdayIn of Pollution Control
8:00: To Midnight The change would be effective would have been. who directs the for bed !is required.That costs Jan. 21, at all three county tion of the clubhouse and its

Sponsored By January 1, 1974 when the observance of Plant A The commission is still investigating 22 counties In this program area froma roughly double the amount of fire towers- the New River furnishings, at the same time
Mayor controlof tower SR-100 west of promoting many fund raising
of veteran resuming underground drainage. on
Flowering Tree Month the Jacksonville office listed
DCT Charles R, Shuford ex- Division of Forestry will, holda issuing septic tank permits steps now required by his Once the resident has gained Starke. the Louis Hill tower efforts to finance the project.In .

pires. Following In Starke's seedling package sale Sat- from the Division of Pollution department when a resident approval of his permit application north of Lawtey near Highland 1971 Mrs. Hardy was an
c.......,*! footsteps, Lawtey would then urday, Feb. 3, at the Brad- Control That request was wants to Install a septic tank. which by law the ; and the Santa Fe tower organizer of Honor America
use a five member city council ford County Agriculture Buil- made Monday whe pollution Division must give or refuse on US-301 south of Starke. Day in Bradford County. She
ij;ljr (!Enmmunily: of Its mem- control representatives from A permit must be requested after
electing one ding on US-301 north of Starke. within five working days A half inch of rain fell served as overall chalrmanofthis
bers as mayor commis Jacksonville met with the from the regional office receiving a properly filled event In 1972.
patriotic
&tat* iBank Friday. Jan. 26, at all three
A package consists of Jacksonville
sioner. The city mayor's nine board. at 4441 Emerson Street out application, the residentcan
court currently presided over trees: 2 dogwoods, one red- Concern has been expressed (32207). That form, then Install a tank. But towers. On Saturday, Jan. 27, "Over'' the years. she has
Account Now Ifuurad U.., by Mayor Shuford, would no bud, 2 sand pines, and 4 slash here by county officials and a page long, must be filled the tank cannot be covered the New River tower recorded ministered to the needs of the
T.$20.000: exist and all cases, pines. spetie tank Installation firms out and mailed back to the .7 Inches of rain, the Lou- underprivileged, and during
._Cor longer until Brown has made an in-
FooWtl Depout hvM Only 500 is Hill[ tower .8 inches, and
traffic as well as other,would packages will be about new rules adopted by Division of Pollution. It must
I': ba'/made under state statutes sold. The price Is $1.I the DI-sion[ of Pollution Con- include results of a percola- (See Page 4)) the Santa Fe tower .5 inches. (S.e Page 4))


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N Showers Given For Miss Chesser Wolfe.C rcwford
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-- Rev.
Miss Cindy Chesser was the honoree with a kitchen the
a + Wolfe Sr. announce
,,, i honored with a bridal shower clock as a memento of the of their daughter
.
i izV SF R. ski Wa on Jan. 18 at the home occasion. .... engagement Gail, to Paul E.Crawford -
Glenda
s &r of Mrs. Marlon Combs, of Mrs. Elizabeth
3 Camp Elan ding. Hostesses held son
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nt A bridal shower was and the late JamesE.
F :0\ Crawford
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were Miss Cherylene Combsd
'' fi C ,.,. Jan. 26 for Miss Chesser Crawford of Kingsley Lake.
Paft' ;lEiAi Miss Tells Norman, as-
given by Mrs. D. B. Raulerson Miss Wolfe Is a 1971 grad-
,J by Mrs. Marion Combs and Mrs. Frank Connerat Heights
tnd .pus. Leroy Norman, Jr. uate of Keystone
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the home of the latterat and will graduate
of i The refreshment table was Camp landing. High( School
John River JuniorCMr0ge1CraAwtord9ls
St.
covered with a white cloth The refreshment table was from .
rlamf with silver wedding bells covered with a white linen a 1970
centered with a bride doll.
cloth and centered with a Bradford High
At one end was a crystal pink camellia arrangement. graduate
In Lake
ar+im l 'ti punch bowl encircled with Games were enjoyed by and Is employed
"'!: 'n fern and at the other end the 25 guests. City.
Is planned
11( was a cake decorated with The hostesses presented The wedding;
riii mi e ,.gill r.. light pink wedding bells. Mrs. the honoree with a white for June 15.
1\1 Norman, Jr. presided at the
linen table cloth and a beautiful
i C.L. Cooper
Mr. and Mrs.
i punch bowl and Mrs. Combs
potted plant as a memento -
Mrs. J.L.
n.It. Er'ia served the cake. of the occasion. visited Mr. and
The hostesses presented Kerns In Jacksonville Sunday
1 Dr. A.Y. Covington, with Mrs. Covington at right, afternoon.'DDDDaDDacDDDc.ccaDDaD06.

aim is presented a plaque by Mrs. Arlen McKnight at retirement .O ooo .QGGa QQ.QaaD DDaaaDaDaaDaaaaaaaDDDDI
.- !A reception Sunday.

MALLARDS

Dr. A Y. Covington Is Honored

w With Reception On Retirement 5 6 C 10 IAIIE

Serving as hosts were Mrs. Large Selection Valentine Cards
Dr. AY. Covington who has AA, Pratt Mrs. Don Rardon
retired after 26 years as Public Mrs. Joyce Rifierd, Mrs. Hoyt .
From left: Mr. and Mrs. David M. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. David W. Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Health Director for Bradford Mann, Mrs. M.G. Boyce Jack DOUBLEgas!

Charles H. Smith.Triple was ,honored Union and at Clay a retirement counties Mary Trawick Whitehead, Glenn Howard, and, Mrs.Mrs. 4.98 Wow $3.9 7& $2.77

reception Sunday, Jan. 28, at
Wayne Wynn.
Wedding PerformedIn the Holiday Inn. The reception Baer of Lake
Ceremony Rev. Raymond
was given by the Bradfordand Butler gave the Invocation.Dr. Children Sweaters Was 3.98 i NOW 2.97Ladies
First United Methodist ChurchThe Union County Health De- Covington was presentedwith

entNtaiftrganolry an engraved plaque for
First United Methodist ruffles and with French lace The bride's table was cov- Health "Devoted Service In Public SWEATERS Was 5.98 New $3.97' -
Church was the setting at 7pm Councils. Health, 1946-1972" from the
inserts on the sleeves. Her ered with a white linen cloth
Mrs. Arlln McKnight greeted -
Saturday, January 20, staff of the Bradford and Union -
crown of tulle and seed pearls and was centered with a five-
at the door and -
for a triple wedding ceremony secured her veil of illusion tiered wedding cake encircled guests them to Dr. and Mrs.presented County Health Depart- Boys SHIRTS 2 98 Value NOW ONLY $1.9
performed by Rev. Jim Black ments. Mrs. Covington was
She carried a white carnation with white carnations. Mrs.
and their and
of Calvary Baptist Church. Covington son presented with an orchid corsage
nosegay. H.T. Bennett cut the cake.
Mr. and
daughter-in-law,
Exchanging vows at this time and Dr. Covington witha
Given In her
marriage by
were Miss Margaret Ann father, Miss Margaret Ann The crystal punch bowl was Mrs.stood In Irgan the Covington receiving line.who carnation boutonniere as a Ladies SLACKS 3.98 Sale $2.97Ladies ',
Smith, daughter of Mr. and from Margie's Flowers
Smith wore a silk organza encircled with white carnations gift
Guests Invited to sign
Mrs. Milo R. Smith of Law- were
Butler.Approximately.
of Lake
gown decorated with seed and fern Assisting in
tey, and David William Albert the register at a table centered 150 guests
pearls and lace. Her crown of serving were Mrs. Daisy BLOUSE
with of yellow Now $1.97'Fantastic
an arrangement -
son of Mr. and Mrs. tulle and seed pearls secured Bock, Mrs. Edward Mobley and called between the hours of I
yellow
Charlie Moses Albert, of her veil of illusion She carried Mrs. Dewey Boone, and Mrs. roses snapdragons In 9 cherub container_ 3:30 and 5 o'clock.
J Jacksonville; Miss Mary Ann a white carnation nose Sharon Bennett. ; sl ver
coffee
Smith, also daughter of Mr. Presiding at the
and Mrs. Milo Smith, and gay.A reception was held In the After a wedding trip to Gat- service were Mrs. Inez
David Michael Scott son of banquet room of the Holiday linburg, Term and Lebanon, Hamilton and Mrs. Carl Mathews -
Mrs. Ray Rosier of Lawtey; Inn where the ushers greeted Va. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will Pouring punch were
and Miss Linda Joan Starling, guests at the door. StandingIn reside In Tampa, where Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth YVlnn, Mrs.
Savings3DAY
daughter of Mrs. Pearl the receiving line were Smith is In SAC Air Commun- Mary Whitehead, and Mrs. CARPS
Starling, and Charles Haye the bridal couples, their par ications at MacDlll AFB. Jack Trawlck.
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. ents and the bridal attendants.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert will
Smith. R. W. Blom kept the reside at 4652 Ortega Ave, (UDC To MeetW.
Mrs. J.L.Bradley, organist, bride's, book at.a table hold- Jacksonville, after a wedding SALE ,
and Mrs.'Lloyd Macy and Dav- Ing arrangement, of blue trip to South Florida. Mr. "i,;'"
UDC
T. Weeks ,
id Godsy soloists, presenteda carnations. Smith is employed at Southern chapter
program'of nuptial music. Bell In Jacksonville.Mr. will meet Wednesday, Feb.
Decorating the altar were and Mrs. David Scott 7, at 3:30 p.m. at the home
baskets of white carnations, will reside in Lawtey after of Mrs. C. N. Christyon THURS. -FRI. SAT. ONLY
against a background of N. Walnut Street with
a wedding trip to South Florida -
branched candelabra, holding Mr. Scott Is employedby Mrs. C. A, Knight as co-

burning white tapers. the DuPont Co. hostess.NOTICE. Enjoy Big i Store-wide Now!
Serving as best men were Savings I
Charlie M. Albert, attendinghis
son, David; Randy Blom,

attending Spurgeon David Scott.Charles Massey,Smith attending; and = rs ; ti .*. Ladies Men's Corduroy a ,,

Corduroy
Ushers: Bock were and Joey Michael Bennett Albert '' tr ALL \nEDDIXR\ () \HRITEUPSAM \ ( ...
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PICTURES r >
Bridal attendants were Miss
June Jarvis attending Miss r Originally Our $6.99 {
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MUST BE TURNED: [IN
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Smith maid
Margaret Ann as t ,

matron of honor of; bits honor Andy for Bryan Miss, \WITHIN; TI'OEEKS\\ OF WEDDING DATE fF siy $297 WIBJAND j'

Starling; and Mrs. Kathy i Y'
Rowe, matron of honor for OTHERWISE\ THEY CANNOT; A

Miss Mary Ann Smith. All ; ; ,,, : i r
attendants wore gowns of blue TuskeyHayesThe BE PUBLISHED:' AS NEWS. 399 ,y
chiffon and blue velvet, and 4 ,..
each carried a single long- f J 497
stemmed rose. engagement [is announced Your Cooperation } f ice" t 1'
Martha[ Kay Smith[ served as of Blllie Tuskey Raiford, 100. cotton. 4 a l
junior bridesmaid In a white daughter of Mrs. Doris Tus- Wi ,,z ,d' Manystyles&eob patch pockets.Flare l a
and blue polyester knit dress key, and the late A. W. {Jf'illlJe Appreciated m.ty y!) ors. Sizes 8 to 16. legs. Assorted colors. Sizes ir',
and carried a single red rose. Tuskey, to Steve Hayes son t' 29 to 38. S Mr '
Given in marriage by her of 'Mr. and Mrs. Foster R PermanentPress '
father, Miss :Mary Ann Smith Hajes of Starke. Bradford County Telegraph ,A} Boy's Casual And f ff
wore a white satin gown trimmed [ Wedding plans will be announced : ; Pant Tops Dress Slacks .
and seed later. S4.99 55.99
with French lace Originally to ;
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Our' $499
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of tulle SAVE S2toS3Assorted
pearls. Her crown l SAVE $1 ? .g
and seed pearls secured her h
veil of Illusion. She carried a
nosegay of white carnations. I 1'. 299 i.
Given In marriage by J.D. ....
Wftt* jrMiss Linda Joan colors and f
rn,. to f ,, Assorted pruinsizes32 fabrics. Sizes 6 to 18.
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11BennettFenton l Seafood Shrimp )V-j SAVE 53.09 to$5.09

Cedar Key Oysters When In Season/// 3 6 '

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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ben- Custom Cutting & Wrapping./: j jWe I'tos )\ .., _' ,

nett of North Canton. Ohio
.. .y I Fine seamless stretch nylon. Nude heel.
their announce daughter the ,engagement Kathy Adllla of, Sell Beef f: Y'q.I\ Basic and fashion colors. To fit short Stretch boots, granny boots, panel boots, stud boots Poly I ,

to David L, Fenton of Starke, i.. A<., t I] average, tall. urethane and crinkles. Assorted colors in sizes 5 to 10.

son Fenton of of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Fred Qtrs. & Halves I l r ;,. .G ">4 l t'

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March 24 at the Community tt. 3'

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local students have u u iu .4 ut
Heart Ball is set Satur- earned a place on the dean's ta jfu U
list for the fall semester at t f..rl
The first Southslde Stam- day, Feb. 10, at the Starke their respective institutionsof o V V l.a
pede is set Friday, Feb. 9, Golf & Country Club, spoor J41LI higher learning. 1 l

from Elementary 3-7 p.m.School.at Southslde sored rority.by Beta Sigma Phi So- : Starke M. Evelyn Sinclair of u v uULi.j fLl

made the deans list
will be $10
The afternoon's entertain- Donation per
for the fall quarter at Florida 'J uU
ment Includes pony rides,mo- couple. Dress is semiformalwith State University in Tall-
vies, sponge throw, 3-legged adults only invited. ahassee. To qualify for the u
Tickets will not be sold at
sack facul -mo- +
race races dean's list at FSU students 4
thers-girls volleyball game, the door, but must be ob- must achieve an overall academic uL
dads vs. boys football game, tained from a member of the 4 average of 'A' or 'B'
and a pet show are planned sorority; or Phone No. 964- \ during the term. 1.J tV y1I
from 3-5 p.m.-on the school 8384 can be called for reser- l
grounds. vations. -+ 1972 Timothy graduate Mark of Murphey Bradford, a iU &..3 U t.l lJU tJ ti.J ,L, i LJ U f.J Li W

A chicken and rice supper High School, has been namedto
will be served In the school + the deans list for the fall
cafeteria from 5-7 p.m. Tic- \ semester at Brevard Collegein }
kets at the door are $1 for Fifteen members of the Brevard N.C. At the ": ... =:-

adults and 75 cents for chil- First Presbyterian Church .. Methodist related college a _._ ,
Mrs. .. .. ---- -- -----
school
dren 12 and under. Flume senior high Sunday student must have earned a ---
Roland Stern at 964-8345 for class with their teacher, \ 3.5 average for a grading per-
advance tickets. Mrs. Johnny Johnson, were + iod to be placed on the dean's
Baked goods, bazaar Items bowling at Palm Lanes in '" list.
and items made by the chil- Gainesville Sunday night.
dren will also be on sale. Also accompanlng the group Y JJ.Iti BALDWIN
The event Is sponsored by were Mr. Johnson and Mrs.

the Southslde PTA to pur- Eric Johnson.Lt. ; fi Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chris-
chase needed equipment for ;. tie of Glen Burnie, Md. were

the school. Robert L. Cooper of '. -.. .... !,.. last Thursday visitors of
Carswell AFB, Fort Worth -i Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher,
BRIDGE Texas visited his parents, Sr.

DUPLICATE CLUB WINNERSMrs. from Mr. and Wednesday Mrs. C. to L. Sunday.Mr. Cooper. Mr. And Mrs. Robert A. Taylor Stump's 62nd AnniversarySale


Hilda Dey and the Mrs.win- and Mrs. A. W. Landon Celebrate Golden Anniversary 1/2 Price CHEVROLET
Rhea Johnson were of Lakeland were weekend Ladies Shoes & Boots
ning couple at DuplicateBridge and Mrs. Lester "
guests of Mr. and the figure 50".
Charlie
night. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A.
Tuesday ,
has
Crews. Entertainment was providedby Mrs. C. W. McMurray
Burnette
Riddle and Jack Taylor celebrated their 50th Red Holllngsworth's string returned after two weeks in
were second and Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Myrtle Anderson wedding anniversary and band of Starke. Alachua General Hospital
ward Burns and T. A. Sun- attended a birthday dinner Mr. Taylor's 71st bir.th: day Among the 75 attendingwere where she underwent surgery.
dem were third. Friday night at the home Sunday afternoon at a'par t/' Mr. and Mrs. E.

P<-#- -4- ....,:J.J44 ..4R.V. of Mr. and Mrs. John Ander- and family gathering given and L. Davis, Don B. Page, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Mun- OLDSUsed
son in Callaham for John An- by their son-in-law and Mrs. Colon Williams dy of Athens, Ga., and Miss
Valdosta Mr. and Mrs. Dor-
Turner
was ,
his derson Jr. Mrs. John Ander- daughter mr. and Mrs. J. E. HollinKS- Jean Mundy of Tallahassee
Sunday afternoon visiting sey L. Davis, at their homeon Bud with
son brought Mrs. Anderson worth, Mr. and Mrs. will spend the weekend
Mrs. W.T. Brinson Route Two.
sister, home Saturday and spent the Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Mer- Mrs. W. B. Mundy and all
and his Roy Tur l r. Among those attending were
father
weekend. vin Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. will visit Disney World Sat-
the children
Taylor's eight :
Charles Blalock, Mr. and urday.
Mr. and Mrs. William 62nd Ralph E. Taylor, Ralford Sr.
Stump's AnniversarySale mrs. J. T. Kirkland ,
Cax-latj'i of Gainesville: were Mrs. Dorsey Davis and Allen Flnu-
Mr. and Mrs. William
at dinner last Fri- Starke Gerald Tay- Car Specials
hosts a Taylor ;
R. P. McLendon, Starke
can, ; Items Sale for
Many on Stump's62nd
officersand Mrs.
day evening for the Men's Casuals and lor, Vernon Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rodgers,
of Guaranty Fender Mrs. Cor- Sale
directors Wayne Anniversary
Corduroy 'jeans Clyde Johns, Earl Rogers,
Federal Savings & Loan Association nelius Franks, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Dowl-
and their wives. Attending Mrs. Pete Glisson, New Smyrna -
Mrs. H. G. Bollinger visit- Ing and Mrs. Elvia Dowling,
St,ar'to wore Mr. and their families and Till BRADFORDCOUNTY
from \ ed her daughter, Miss Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. DavidL.
and Mrs. S.G. Denmark, Mr. Mirilyn Bollinger in Asheville 15 grandchildren.The Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. : TELEGRAPH
and Mrs. John A. Torode, Mr. N. C. the week refreshments table was Published every Thursdayat
over Mike Butler. Rev. and Mrs. Olds 88
and Mrs. E.L. Matthews, and end. covered with a white damask Paul Taylor, and Melvin I 138 W. Call Street 1968 Olds 88 1968 Olds 88 1968

Mrs. Ruby Joms.Stump' cloth and centered witha J. Davis, Jacksonville, Rev. Starke, Florida 32091
Brant Turner and John three-tiered wedding cake and Mrs. Coy Taylor, Mrs
of Valdosta State topped with a bride and groom Second Class postage paid Four Door Hard
62nd' Anniversary Whaley Retha Coward Knabb, and Sedan Power Top Vinyl
Sale Entire Stock Of Men'sKnit College and Mary Ann Clampand -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ... Mrs. Lila Taylor Harvey, at Starke, f'lorldaSubscription Steering Four Door And Brakes With Top And Power Steering, Delta Custom Four Door
of Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. Low Mileage
Turner North Rates: Power Brakes, Air Con.
Kay of Charlie Burnette, Keystone Air Conditioning.
1/3 Off those the
Among attending
Pants Florida Junior College spent Llberace show at the Civic Heights; PFC Hilda McClen- In trade area: $6.00 per ditioning, Clean. Clean
the weekend with Mr, and year $3.50 six months
Auditorium Tuesday night don, Fort Benning, Ga.; and ;
1011'. and Mrs. Glen Reddishand Mrs. R.V. Turner.Mr. were Mrs. A. G.Loudon, Mrs. 'Mr and Mrs. Lee Williamsof Outside trade area: $7.00
of Guntersvllle, Ala. Macclenny and their fam- $4.00 six months
son Jack Carter, Mrs. Harry per year;
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! RoVjle Sh\; !" ilies. $1,295 $1,395
are Mooty, !Mrs R. G. Thornton, S895
P. D. Reddish, this ler were Saturday overnight
and Mrs. of Mrs. Frances !Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Mrs. aaaoaaoaa==a=acaa=== OCC==OC==C=OCD oaci
-- -
guests
week. Grady Overstreet, Mr and
Wymer In Leesburg. They !Mrs. Mlllard Judd, !\Ir. and
and Mrs. Dewey War- also? visited Mr. and Mrs. taJJhRE-SEASON
Mr. !Mrs. R. V. Turner, Mr. and
rent of Waycross, Ga. visitedher II. E. Bradley in Leesburg. !Mrs, Olin .White, Mr. and g
mother Mrs. J. S, gapp.,, .' ; : ;'' 1969 Olds 88 1969 Olds 88
Mx.and Mrs.Harold', Alvarez vMrsr! Robert' Barksdale.' fr, ,, 1968 Olds 98
the weekend. -
over .... ; 'l id..Mrs. J. E. Hardy, .Mrs.: '
Lisa.
and daughter
CIt "ON NEW CHRYSLER AIRTEMP
Guy Sale, Mr. 'and Mrs. ALL
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins visited Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Nasworthy, Mr. and Mrs. Four Door Sedan Power
and family of Pelham. Ga. Alvarez in Ocala Saturday Venner Spiers, Mrs. W. B. AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. Luxury Sedan Fully Steering, Power Brakes Four Door Sedan One

will be weekend guests of night. !Mundy; Mrs. W. II. Hart, Mrs. ACT NOW. AND SAVE! Air Condituning Clean Owner Car New Tires
Mrs. J. R. Kite and will attend Kate Sheppard Mrs. Lily Loaded And Clean As
the Circus at the Col- Among those attending the And Ready.
Bridges, Mrs. E.D. Tenly, New
Saturday afternoon. Jimibors show at the STARKE APPLIANCE
iseum Mrs. Eunice Searing, Mrs.
Coliseum Saturday night were Amy Prandle and Mrs. Ola _________
Mrs. G. L. Harper spent Mr. and Mrs.C.I I.Nas worthy, Mae Sapp.Stump's jm $1,595 $1,695
the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Guy SV.e' Mrs. I.A. Your -IIirtemp Dealer $1,695
Mrs. H. H. Surrency in Hawthorne Griffin, M: ,. Clyde Sinclair, 62nd Anniversary
and attended the Me- Mrs. W.B. ill,andy. Mrs. Amy
thodist Church Homecoming Prandle. Mrs. Ruby Johns, Sale| Ladies Dresses &
WERE FAIR PRICES
Sunday.Mr. Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Lily! Rambler
1/2 Price 1970 Opel 1970
Sportswear 1967 Olds 442
Bridges, Mrs. L.A. Caiiova AND QUALITY WORKIS
and Mrs. Clyde B.Ter- and Mr?. Kite Sheppard.? and Mrs. C.M. Pat-
willegar spent Sunday with Mr. OUR PRIDE.
and Mrs. R. M. Bregan rick and family of North Flo- Station Fora Station Loaded
Mr. with Two Door Hard Top Sedan Wagon Wagon
Crescent Beach and attended Stump' 62nd Anniversary rida spent the weekend Professional Repairman employedFor
at
the Antique Show at the her mother, Mrs. Gladys Wel- Information V8 Engine and Four Speed Cylinder Four Speed Very With All The Goad
Ponce de Leon Motor Courtin sale don. Joining the family on Sat- All Orginial and Real Things A Great Car
St. Augustine. Table Of Material 1/2 Price urday were Mr. and Mrs. J. CALL 964-8363 Clean Runs Perfect f
R. Weldon and Mr. and Mrs. Sharp Solid Yellow
Local admittances in Bradford Peter Algona of Jacksonville. OR COME BY
Stump's 62nd' Anniversary County Hospital this week $1,995
include: Mrs. Maggie Cason, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Ear- 322 BROWNLEE, $1,095 $995
Mn' Shirts Shorts
Sale George Trull Mrs. !Mable ly spent the weekend with
Ward, Harold Williams,Johnny Mr and Mrs. Amos Sanfora STARKE, FLA.
Sle! .. ]1/3 Off
& Long : Stewart, Mrs. Ida Lee at Astatula. oooooooooGoooGoooooooooooc

Plummer, Mrs. Ethel Casey,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. Vasco VJnderhlll, Mrs. Era 1972 Chevrolet 1968 Rambler 1964 Nova
Hall and daughter,Wendy,will E.dings, Mrs. Daisy Norman,
attend the Rlngllng Bros.Circus !Mrs. Doris !Miller, Starke Four Door Sedan Six
at the Coliseum Saturday Marie Harris Lawtey; Mrs.
Four Door Sedan Red
night Wllla May Southerland and Capric.Coupe, Like Cylinder Automatic
Mrs. Lucille Brooker, Lake You see the Brand Hew. Save VB Engine Automatic Transmission Power
Mrs. W. W. Hood returned Butler; Mrs. Minnie Taggart, Transmission nuns; Good Steering Looks
Wednesday of last week after Doctor's Inlet; Jim Gatlin, P
a week's visit with Mr. Hampton; Joshua Baxter, most attractive Tough Runs Good
and Mrs. Bob Bussard in Tal- Brooker; and Thomas Mal- $3,695

lahassee. loy, Waldo. people at our t S895 5295

Mrs. Bayard Storm of
Gainesville was the weekend ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH' Drive-In !

guest Hood. of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO We Still Have A Good SelectionOf

FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hart- PH. 468-1287
ley a.iJ sons or Jacksonville Clean Used TrucksSo
spent the weekend with her CUSTOM I PRINTINGFrom
mother, Mrs. W. E. Dowling,
and family. Mrs. Do-vIng! Your Negatives .s i: Come On Out And See Us.
also had as Sunday visitors COPYWORKIHFORMAL e 7 '
Mrs. Leighto< Hood of Pal-
atka Mr. and 'Mrs. Ed PORTRAITS
tfrZ
Mathews and family of Gainesville "REMEMBER"No
and Mrs. James Knightof AND PASSPORTS
Jacksonville.

They're rested relaxed know how to Reasonable Offer Refused

STRAWBERRY PATCH get the best with the least effort! Summeror

wi nter, good weather or bad, they just drive

1 ALL up to our drive-in teller window. bank

> without getting out of their car. and a-waythey

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Chamber Zoning FTi' I 1 r [ Septic Tanks ******************** I



Awards (From Page 1)) a ai (From Page! ]1)) put If down a private and a well septic is to tank be ty Then commission in December given the a chanceto coun-

bile home park behind the i L spection.The Installed, an acre of land Is sign a contract with the

(From Page 1)) motel .In an area now zoned percolation test required. That is a stiffer Division of Pollution Controlfor
EA (exclusive agricultural). must requirement that the 20,000. septic tank supervision.But .
He was advised to obtain and be made by an agent other square foot lot, about 12.a- the commission refusedto
terms of Senator Johns In the than the the
study the strict regulationsnow one Installing cre, required under Bradford sign the agreement because
state senate, she assisted septic tank to avoid a con- County's zoning code, and It the county could obtain no
thousands in this district with governing mobile home flict of interest, Davis explained takes precedence since the information from the state
their special problems involving parks before proceeding with r Persons performingthe state now controls pollution about its responsibilities Under -
government benefits." his rezoning request. percolation tests must be matters. the contract. The coun-
Hardenbrook has won honorsat Action on a request by Ger- approved by Division of Pol- The air and Water Pollu- Clerk Gib Brown pointsout
the local, district, and state ald Crawford for spot zoningof I tllyyt lution Control. Currently no tion Control Board got Into ty,, had no idea what its responsibilities -
levels for his science pro- 16 acres on Highway 16 one In Bradford County has supervision of septic tank installations would be. He
jects. lie has membership in East, across from the Billy that approval, so the personto last July 1 when commends the commission for
the Interact Club and Science RIA to EA the test must be
Sllcox home, from perform Gov. Askew issued an executive not signing what the clerk
Club, five year band member (exclusive agricultural) was reached In Jacksonville. Sanitarian order shifting that responsibility terms a "blind" contract.
vice-president of the Metho- postponed until members of Jack Trawick has from the Divisionof
dist Youth Fellowhslp, boy the board could inspect the asked that he be approved to Health. Until that time San-
scout leader with a life scout site. perform the tests, but that, itarian Trawick handled issuance *

rank, and staff photographerthe fT too Is still pending. of septic tank permits. Tilly/' sai//, her problem 17
high school annual. The Division of Pollution
$600,000 in state funds was that every time she reads a
"He has demonstrated lead- Acupuncture Is a growing n r Control also has new rules shifted from the Division of diet book she keeps snacking.
ership ability in all his varied fad in Washington apparently + concerning the area of lots Health to AWPC and that a- .
activities and always gives the only needling the administration 'tr required for locations of gency began to gear to handle
selflessly of himself in what- objects to is by the homes. A mobile home, for the Inspections. In the six An old friend, asked why ho
ever he undertakes," Myers press. Instance, can be located on month Interval from July !ib a pessimist:t. says, 'Well! I

stated. one-third acre of land if cen- through December, the coun- guess .I outlived all the optimist .
tral water and swerage treat- *.
ty was allowed to continue
New Starke Youthfullistenersioin! the Bell Choir and Youth ment is available. supervision of septic tanks.

I .
Choir of the First Baptist Church in a Pledge of A I- -- -

Shopping Center Bells Ring brief Sat. brazier
legionce at a ceremony presented at noon crispy friedChicken
urday at the Bradford County courthouse in observanceof

(From Page 1)) of the bank property and ri n For Peace the "cease fire" declared in the Vietnam war.
south for 520 feet along 301.
in windows, some served by It will occupy ten acres and Directing the program is William George, First Bap.

the new pneumatic tubes will will cost in excess of $1,000000. ,- fist minister of music.

be available for the conven- There will be access - -
ience of banking customers.The from Edwards Road as well 18 Year Old
new bank site will have as 301. Our
250 feet on 301, and 230 feet The shopping center will be
on Edwards Road, Johns said. owned and developed by Has- V Natural A Males Still
The new shopping center site kell Realty Developers, a division -
will begin at the south side of Preston H. Haskell WORLDBy Have To Reg.Local .
Co. of Jacksonville and will

Include 70,000 square feet of Marilyn Mullis Selective Service Local Dinner

store space. Natural! Board 18 advises thereis
M Winn-Dixie will move from
growing concern locallythat
Its present location in Starke
manv men have
young
Plaza and will 22,720
occupy
square feet in the new Brad- I remember back several is left without shelter thus the mistaken Idea that theyno

ford Square center. Another years ago, while working In exposing him to heavy preda- longer have to registerat
a Board and advises that
major tenant, TG4\-- a variety South Dakota, the townspeoplespent tion. This, along with natural
store operation will their spare time at the cycles of high and low populations the law provides that young
have 30,000 square feet.There local city dump shooting have greatly reduced the men must register within 30 C:
before 30
days or days after -
will also be tenantas number of skunks.
a drug skunks. The skunk popula-
their 18th
i ( yet unannounced) with 10- tion was quite high and the Except In protected areas Young men birthday.should also be only9
000 square feet, and several local folks used the threatof such as parks and wildlife
aware that when the Presi-
smaller stores, according to rabies as their excuse. sanctuaries the skunk Is unprotected -
t\- dent is
\:'. S Jack C. Davis of the Haskell Too bad they didn't realize and his numbers no longer authorizedto
I ; induct men into the armed
continue to decline, but thanksto
company. that they were shooting their
forces they must, under
11. Completion date of the cen- "free maintenance men."Be- the progressive action taken exIsting -
law
continue to regis-
ter is scheduled for early cause the skunks were there by the City of Keystone
ter at
MR. BILL GARDNERHovv fall (between Oct. 15 and Nov feeding on garbage and the Heights, the skunk now has one Those age required 18. to registercan
safe to live.
more place
rodents that were attracted by
1)), Davis said. do so at any local board
the unkept dump. The best ,
Johns said that Frank
Sen.
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-- -- -
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George, Palatka architect and method to eliminate the rats Boy, i WISH
to designer of the new Bradford and removing the food supply CH ICKENS HAD '- :
for the skunks would be to
County Courthouse, is draw-
ing plans for the new bank keep the dump clean-by burn- NOW OPEN 1 FOUR LEGS I

building. At present, it has Ing or filling with layers of
buy a not been decided whether to dirt.
stay with one-story construc- Skunks are found throughout
tion, or go to two stories, Florida and In years past were Julia's Florist
with the bookkeeping depart- quite common around agricultural -
HearingAid ment upstairs Johns said. areas. Skunks spend the [24 Temple Ave .M.I hours; '$
Plans are not yet firmedup day in a hole under a fallen Starke, Fla. IPH. 964-7711 8 A To 5 P.M.
for use of the present tree or one made by the tor- Mon. Sat
; bank building Sen.Johns said, toise. A nest of dried grass
but several offers have been makes a warm place for several VALENTINE
Sea your doctor. Ha'll be able to made by prospective tenants.Misses individual skunks to
1 tell you whether or not you need await darkness when they will
a hearing aid come out to search for food.

Feeding on rodents, Insects rSpecialARRANGEMENT
Go to a reputable Hearing AidCenter. OF
2 and berries, they are called
Authorized Norelco Hear r
Ing Aid, Dealers are thoroughly I omnivores, meaning that they
trained. and experienced in all feed on plants and animals.
phases of testing fitting and The skunk Is probably best ONLY $14.00
.
servicing hearing aids. known for it's effective defense -

which Is a powerful ) If Your Order Is Placed a "Scrumpdillyishus"sale
Have the dealer test hear I
your of musk located In the anal C !
3' Ing Its free-and Urn very sim Martha Dennis large By Jon. 7
pie You listen to sounds and we FSI; and het roommate, Carol glands. This musk is emitted This
make an audiogram which is a :Mulllns of Thomasvllle, Ga., only as a last resort and he I Let Us Do Your Weddinq And February 1-7

picture From this of pattern your hearing we can pattern.fit you spent the weekend with Mr normally prefers to run froma ,Get i A Free Gift For The Brid Hey, everybody! DAIRY QUEEN is
with a hearing aid to help core and :Mrs. J. H, Dennis. persecutor. Only after Barbara Hollingsworth, I Free big sale having a
rect your individual, problem. stamping his feet, raising his Designer Eftimatet Dairy Thursday Through Wednesday. The
tall and turning it towardshis DQ Chicken Dinner pak for only 99rf!
4 Look at the various kinds of hearing Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Yea- antagonlzer, will he spray. "Designs For All Occasions" You get three pieces of BRAZIER
aids-from standard body ger were weekend guests of Skunks that are captured Queen 'CRISPY
models to the new Norelco "Be. :Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas Mor- when and have BIRTHDAYS FRIED CHICKEN, FRENCH FRIES
hind the Ear" model which has young, their ANNIVERSARIES
FUNERALS COLE SLAW and
rison in Lakeland and attended a DINNER ROLL
musk with
27 different acoustical adjust. glands removed, are CHURCH honey
memo for the most accurate fitting the :Masonic meeting on utterly helpless in the wild BOUQUETS ETC. for just 99ct. It's too good to miss. the
Bring whole
yet devised Saturday afternoon. "We Have
and should never be released. Prices To Suit Your Budget" to
gang participating
Male skunks that have been DQ BRAZIER stores for
Send for more complete Infor- :Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort PERMANENT AND FRESH IJ' "
raised will CUT FLOWERS azie"srumpdillyishus; BRAZIER
5\ matlon.We will be happy to send as pets frequently crispy fried chicken.
Lauderdale visiting her mother I
you our booklet"The I Inside, Story I become Irritable and are DISH GARDENS AND PLANTS "Let's
of Nerve Deafness," as well as Mrs. J. S. Sapp, forseveral prone to bite thus making all go to the DAIRY QUEEN"

detailed Norelco. Hearing Information Aids., on the many weeks. many an owner tire of them. "When You Say It With Flowers ]
:Many veterinarians will no
Mrs.! \V. H. Thomson of longer perform this operationand 1 Dairy Queen/Brazier
Montlcello and :Mrs. Phillip maybe some day it will It's Beautifully Said"JULIA
\ *
/Vore/co Jacobs and son, Elie, of :New become Illegal.In .

York City were weekend the wild, a skunk must UNDERHILL OWNER *1401 N. TEMPLE AVE. PH. 96J-8911 STARKE, FLA.
Com)in now for your free Hearing Teal t tIWOUlDPRCfCllDAlCANOflWt guests of Miss Lillian Stump defend himself from foxes, ReS. U.S. Pat Off Am. (D y Corp c 1 tO'S Am I). !9 Corn
: \\.
and Mrs. J. Griffin.
bobcats and dogs. Hawks and -
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owls, having a poor senseof
E----------- Mr.! a.dfrs.: W. II. Noll-
smell
not bothered
are by
I man spent the weekend withMr the aroma and are probably Meet Your Friends At
PHONE IAD : and :Mrs. C. II. Daw- the chief predators.It .
I kins in Jacksonville. is believed that with the

"I: Introduction of the armadillointo '

==- __ :Mr.! and :Mrs. P.D. Fan- Florida that the skunk The Longhorn RestaurantSouth
cher, Jr. are attending the population has suffered. Ar-
).._ !. State Rally of Holiday Clubsat madillos tend to be agresslve
GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID Salt Springs from Wednes- in their quest for available

CO. day to Sunday hiding spots and the skunk On 301 Phone 961-9987

7639 N.W. 13lhSr. !Mr.! and Mrs. James :Mc-! The wise man Keeps a Bible t
In Sunshine Shopping C.nftr !Neely and daughter of Lake- on his hecKirte table along 1 -,
Ned To Woolco land spent the weekend withMr. with an income t.i\ form. Together i; Caught A* MX One Lately:?

316.0095 or 378-1942 and :Mrs.! Herbert Tho- : they remind him of the *
mas at their camp In the /foolishness, or I
Moling up .. .r I ; Tell
Scrub. Everybody About
worldly! goods.! It


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I Legislative 'Hearing Operations Center Proposed For Schools I IUse


(From Page 1)) ly and while original board immediate attention.

directed by a board of seven members were appointed by Saunders said the legisla- of two abandoned for- also have to think about utili- county in the two abandoned an organizational system that not bothered by extraneous
or nine members, appointedby the county by-laws providethat ture is aware of the prison mer all-black schools for an zing the old Anderson School former all black schools. will establish lines of authority problems.

the governor, who would be made future by appointments the board mem-will problem and all is at present operations (maintenance)cen- near Lawtey, which was also Bradford Middle School is and responsibility in the lIe said he will present a

serve terms of four years.A bers themselves, commented exploring possible meansof ter and adult education classes phased out of the Instructional operating this year with 980 school district custodial program, scheduledto
the
meeting
emergency. will be proposed to the program, for adult education students. It's capacity is stat-
number of other matters County Commissioner Ralph start In July If approved.
Sen. Williams agreed that action Bradford school board next purposes. That school is now ed at 720 A "In a nutshell," he said, considered
also came to the delegation's B The county official students. new Five factors will be -
ry a n. is needed and that in
6 Supt. used by tIle "It will tell who does what
Feb. by Head ,
Tuesday Start
attention during the two-hour termed this a selfperpetuating the past, the legislature has pro- gym and multipurpose area and who Is in assigning custodial per-
session held In the county system which keeps the not always responded when Jim Temple. gram. constructed at the middle responsible to" sonnel: the number of square
commission meeting room public from having a voiceIn called upon. Former RJE High and Ele- Anderson has a capacity for a,..hool for this term have see that the work gets done. feet in a school building, the

January 24. the operation of the unit. Need for transportation facilities mentary School in the Reno 200 students with eight classrooms somewhat alleviated the The superintendent said he number students, acreage in

A district mental health He for elderly persons, section of Starke. abandoned a library, multipurpose crowded situation, but not to- is hoping to develop county- the school grounds, the num-

board was established recent- quasi-public personally boards opposes, Sen. such as a dial-a-bus system, since Aug. 7, 1970 is pro- room, and administrative tally.In wide support services with the ber of teacher units and, to

Saunders said adding that and a day health clinic to posed as an operations cen- suite. discussing last Tuesdaysome principal purpose of meeting a lesser extent, whether or
when organizations are hand- serve the elderly and disadvantaged ter. According to Deputy Supt. That gives a total of 32 changes he has in mind, classroom so teachers are not a school is carpeted.

@ID ling tax dollars they shouldbe was cited by Joe W. L. Kilpatrlck school officials classrooms vacant in the Temple said he is working up

: answerable to the public. Kerrigan, president of the local the term means home -
Senior CItizens' Club.A base and storage facilities
The regional planning bill Block has
The Orgtnial Centipede coming up In this, spring's delegation of employeesfrom for maintenance personnel. NearlyNEW Henry

Crass Seed session Is a first step toward the Surplus Property Carpenters employed by the
regional governmentwhich Division Warehouse was Introduced school system would be assigned 17 reasons why
he opposes, stated Sen. by Rep. Williams a room in which to CAR you
Place Orders Now First Williams, giving an opinion In whi stated these state em- keep their tools and store

Come First Served. answer to a request by Com- ployees are in dire need of lumber. Plumbers would be should come to us

missioner Bryan.At pay raises. Some earn so assigned a room to keep spare

Limited Supply. that point Sen. Saundersgot little they must resort to food parts and tools necessary In for income
onto the topic of salaries stamps to live, Williams said. that trade. tax help.Reason .

for county officials. He said In considering state em- A bus barn will be proposedfor

A Helpfull) Hint the legislature will have to ployee salaries It is neces- the RJE site, Kilpatricksaid 9. II & R Block can show you how that
consider raises for the officials Tuesday, because ancil-
to review the problemas
of Inflation and sary lary facilities will be new government Short Form you've heard about
in view a whole, not just one seg- storage
Transplant Now
other matters. ment, Sen. Saunders stated.A available. A bus barn in a 1969 Imperial could cost you money. For example, if you have

While Trees And Tax Assessor Gene Long spokesman for the group separate site would only be interest on your mortgage, medical expense or childcare
funds be made an actual and lack
asked that more garage,
Shrubs Are Decidious available to his office. Lone pointed out that employes at parts storage. Fully LaBaron deductions, which are up to forty-eight hundred

also asked that something be the warehouse are In pay Now, such non-Instruction- Loaded 48,000 Miles dollars this year, you cannot itemize them on the

RYE GRASS done about the ratio studyon grade 10, lower than that use al per s 0 nn e I as carpenters, Short Form.
for the of Trans-
Department
land values and the policyof plumbers, and electricianshave STILL IN WARRANTY
One who has
100 percent cash value as- portation. man no place to report to Choose From 2 & 4 Doors
SEED 1 1I worked at the warehouse for
sessments. lie proposed whena work no place to park their
tax roll goes up beyond a 18 years recently got a pay 20 automobile. In other words PLYMOUTHFURY
to
raise amounting only
designated point, that therebe organization is lacking.
a corresponding millage cents a day the spokesmansaid. Plans are also to utilizethe III'sVariety

50 I LB. 6.49 rollback. Saunders. that old Anderson Elementary Of Color & Optional Equipment.Still t
replied as a
Saunders complimentedLong School in Lawtey for an adult s
100 member of the Ways and Means In Warranty
L.B. education
on the operation of his center.
n99QUICK office, and said that a single Committee, along with Sen. Supt. Temple will recom- Four Door
he will look into
person should be held respon- Williams mend to the school board thata DODGE POLARAA
He said thereis
the situation.
GREEN LAWN sible for certifying tax rolls feasibility study be madeon
a need to upgrade present
KEEPS BARESOU.FROM not an agency. implementing his proposal. GOOD BUY
salaries of present state employees -
Sen. Williams told Long the .
ERODING before adding new G'4 DSCKlBLOC
legislature has been tryingto will "We have $500,000 invested STARKEChrysler
said he
Saunders
figure out the best way ones. in that old school," Tem-
2k of handling assessment problems attempt to obtain relief for ple says of RJE, "And some THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
the warehouse employees. He PlymouthN.
and will be back at It of the buildings are standingidle
again this spring. added that, as a rule, too and are being vandalized.We 118 NORTH WALNUT
much is spent on top level Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6600
What will be done on state have to find a way to use
employees and too little on |open 9 A.M. To 8 P. M. Monday Thru Saturday Phone 96-4-8286
Article them.
funding of courts under Starke, Fla.
5, asked County Clerk others.A RJE consists of 24 class- NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Gib Brown. change is existing state rooms in three wings, a gymnasium -

"Many thought the new court school law allowing the super- cafetorium, adminis- w" ................ ...................,.....,....................................... ......un"..................nn.......................rrnnn..nn
intendent to call school board
system would be funded but a trative suite, and a baseball
meeting immediately but requiring ESTABLISHED 1904
the result so far has been diamond.At '
more costs to the county" the school board to present CUBB Economic Bactc: ck
Brown stated.Something give 48 hours notice was requested Agency is using part of the d.I

has to be done, by School Board RJE facility for a Neighborhood '
Sen. Williams said particu- Chairman Rodney Hall. Service Center. The gym micl..wlil'f@fClearance

.r4 larly In respect to the office Sen. Williams advised Hallto and ball field are used by 1
of state attorney. get the association of school the Starke Recreation Depart-
board members to draft the
Brown said Bradford Coun- ment.
ty needs a full time assist- change they want and presentIt. Kilpatrick says none of

Nursery ant state attorney stationed these agencies would be disturbed
Buys here. Bryan said the same Opposition to the proposed In their use of the E
change of $2 for conducting a ASK ABOUT OUR
need exists so far as the school.
ORANGE TREES public defender's office is soil test was stated by George Noting that the board has CATALOG Q
hugging, president of the -" "'
concerned. allocated from $50,000 to
$7.50BLUE Attorney. Shaw has accepted Bradford County Farm Pure $100,000 for building a new FUL "

the position'of assistant au. bus barn Kilpatrick points. 4 fREE DELIVERY' SERVICE ,
RUG JUNIPER state's attorney for Bradfordas Hugging also called for sup out that by spending about FAST STORE

a part time job. port of the legislative del- $75,000 on remodeling RJE,

The last time around the egation on a program for era- the board would have an operations oo t Od
$1.98RED i1
state attorneys and public defenders dication of fire ants, whichhe center that would meet 7f1 OWN
got all they could out said have been found along the needs of the board for
BUD TREES SR-16 east of Starke.
of the legislature, then wentto many years. P"$7-85 '
work on the various coun- "It would be headquartersfor / 'T,
M
$2.98EAST e L' .
ty commissions, stated Sen. countywide support ser- 7 I ._
n
The old .
inspirational saw "
Saunders. Saunders said he vices, Temple stated. Plans This Bedroom ,rMl l ... 10" \. -. -
said that If life handed you a -
PALATKA, would prohibit any county sub- lemon make leomade out of are to put an eight foot high 1 rc I
I
... LA4
chain link fence around the
.
-"
sidy to either of the two of- ; '
it. Even better according to a I-ian. A"
HOLLY and have 1rr :.
$1.98 fices. Washington DC., court ruling old school an em- \- OL= i r;. II IIl.m
there at night.
ployee ..
\
Problems which ave resulted -J .
from some health depart- Is to sue the dealer. Temple said the board will 'J >" lf'

FLA. PEATBU. ment functions, such as con- L \ _
trol of septic tanks, being I

transferred to the state Air .--- ........... : r, :.-
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& Water Pollution Control I
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Board were also noted by ;i1t .. -' -_
$3.25Pressure Attorney Shaw. 1 1 ..", /" ..".. I" "
tJSf"I
Bryan said he and Com-
missioner Dave Paulk attended r- t A..,I...."... 1/( .

a state meeting of com- .1

missioners recently and that .
49 counties went on recordas 1 I II : : \'iJJc,1

"' opposing state takeoverof I /. eyrc"p,'
Tank the former health depart-
BUY NOW AND SAVE!
Sprayers ment functions. AND KILL OVER nliqu.Di st ....d Spring GrienWhite for feature I this bedroom Is a terrific value Precision
Noting that under the new FrenchWhile Feature dovetail nan'stick,
Fruitwood dust proof center drawer guided
set Septic tanks are under built
up
Largest ---
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-- --UOPIN Genuine Plate SAVE $21.85D..b
drawers
control of the State Pol- 350,000EACH tA,3
Chair
Control Board ITOCK PliCfleOrowtt S.. r>o..1 brdr loot Ns GROUP INCLUDES,
SelectionIn lution an a- Twn r 4 PC
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r D'iww Full or Ou n 9 .1 Double DrnserTop gency of AW PC, on a reg- YEAR Dowblo. .**ft fed foot sass 6 Drawer
$ w .... if
frotntd
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ional basis Shaw termed it ssss tai S,. r.e w I fo" Framed Mirror 4
Town Dtowtr .
BR .. JO OO
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lof O t n. Canopy 4 Drawei Chest
Orovntr
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wait ..
Intolerable to have to Hutch .* t..h.'tr (hoo' U'SS t D.. r N.M rah) :$10; ..1. Site Panel Bed '
MORE THAN ..... Full
on a man from Jacksonvilleto I O.._.. Cenn.' .D.i l.nQ.M... C MIIK $ASI Roils fT85!
.blo IA 11 .SI*Hondboard With Foot and $
3 0.-nn.di. .. .. Regular
come here when County ONE PERSON 40s-n D.' Save Now Sanitarian Jack Trawick here

is fully qualified to handle EVERY TWO MINUTES

YOUR CHOICE the Job. t 1I
lie understands that steps

10% Off have been taken to return J I2 ( I I
control of the work to the t [ .

'- ,IOBIPA various health departments,
Sen. Saunders said.A }
In school law
?EST change a
requiring bids on disposal of ) f.:
? .
\tSGNTIOL ...- .
( property valued at more than I ,.
$500 was also asked by Attorney I
A C"'C'1.eo Shaw lie suggestedthe For Information On Liberty National Life

Open All Day Wednesday limit be raised to 2500. Insurance Company's New Improved Cancer Policy
Shaw also pointed out the
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I -tw1j tf* LAW T E Y..... #V, %. By Elizabeth Terry .. -- _'"--_ __'"'_ __ ___--Aa--II I
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wHenry.. They came to
help
of her have moved there recently family of Miami, spent the and ice cream were served to Miss Arthurlne Blanchard
CHURCH SCHEDULES sister-in-law, Mrs. gery fine in Oschner ClinicIn Mrs. Reddish and friends celebrate -
Grace United Methodist Bryant Reddish.Mr. New Orleans, La. Mrs. Raymond Williams and weekend with their parents, him and about six of his little visited Mrs. William Harrell, her 75th birthday an-
Church: Sunday School, 9:45: and Mrs. J. C. Pre- Sheni Napier and cousin, son Brian, of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Ed May. friends in Jacksonville on Thursday. niversary.
Mrs. Edith Mr and R. Jones
Mrs. J.
a.m. Worship Services, 11a.m. vatt, Jr. and family of Gaines- Diane Rowe, of Jacksonville, Friday: overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilkinson Swinney and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest
and 7 p.m. MYP Monday 7 ville, Mrs. Marvin Moore ,and spent the weekend with their her brother-in-law and sister, and family, of Live grandson, Shane Swindell, and grandson, Shell Suber, of spent Sunday afternoon with
p.m. followed by Choir Prac- daughters, of Lake City, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette Oak, were Saturday overnight spent Sunday with her son-in- Columbia, S. C., spent Thurs- their nephew and niece, Mr.
Mrs. Moore of Lake Butler, Bennett Wtlkison, Sr. Jr. Saturday guests were Raymond guests of their parents, Mr. law and' daughter, Mr. and day to Sunday with their mot- and Mrs. E. W. Williams, of
tice.Highland Baptist Church: were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Durban and Chris of and Mrs. B. L. Wllklson, Sr. Mrs. North.,.. and her sister, her, Mrs. Shellie Rosier. Wellborn, and were supper gu
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Carl Prevatt on Saturday.: and John were dinner guests Macclenny, and Fay Durbanand Michael Anders, celebratedhis Mrs. C. K. owan. Other guests Mrs. Bill LIghtfoot and daughter ests of their brotherinlawand
ship Services 11 am. and 7 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dink- of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. son William of Gaines- second birthday on Sundayat of Mrs. Cowan on Sunday Mrs. Helen Roberts,of sister, Mr. and Mrs.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Ins and David of St. Augus- Gordon L. Peterson in Key- ville. the homeof his parents, Mr were her parents Mr, and Mrs Fort Lauderdale, spent the George Summerlin, In Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Don and Mrs. G. W. Anders. Cake J. F. Robertson. weekend with her mother,
day 7:30: PJJI. followed by tine, spent the weekend with stone Heights. The Petersons May and Mrs. Bill Reddish and brother City.
Choir Practice. their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Carter, and Mrs. P. L.

PERSONALSMrs.. Gaynell Mooty returned Dinkins.Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Peavy, s i -
last Thursday after- Mrs. Leila Peavy, and Mrs. I
noon after spending some Gara Dorman, all of Ocoee, : .
time at her home In Clarks- were guests of their brother- l L
ton, Ga. in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Pons and daughter Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on Sun-

Mrs. Mary Jack Stephenson day.Mr.
returned to Tallahassee and Mrs. Hermie Kel-
Friday after a visit with her ly were Wednesday overnight r: e I
mother, Mrs. Bryant Reddish. guests of their brother, JohnJ. e i D CIGIAETIfSaue
Kelly in Deland.
Mrs. Elsie Norman was a ,
Monday: overnight guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Pres-
mother, Mrs. Llssle Starling, cott and family of Kingsley
In Jacksonville. On Tuesday: Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Norman's overnight Prescott and Mr. and Mrs.
guests were her grandsons, John Norman of Highland,
Kenneth and Kevin Norman, were Sunday guests of their
sons of Mr. and Mrs. JamesR parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo- to
Norman. nard Norman, and the Carl
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- Normans.Mr. .
man were supper guests of and Mrs. (Harry Bus- t1 t'.d
their son and daughter-in-law, bee and daughter of Marie lift ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Nor- tta spent Sunday afternoon .d r r' \, Nrr faNrN Tt I 'T '
man, of Chelfland, Tuesday with their brother-in-law and
night. sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 4I%

Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo, Mosley.Mr. ( '9
spent Wednesday with her mother and Mrs. Johnny Young I( J ,
Mrs. P. L. DinkIns. and son, Glenn, of Athens, .- > I r QUR
Steve Harbin of Atlanta, Ga. Ga., spent the weekend with gfo
spent a few days with his par- their mother, Mrs. A. C. *r -
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney their mother, Mrs. A. C. '
Harbin and Donna. Pearce. Other guests on Sun- 4
Mrs. Ernest Wells, and day were Mr. and Mrs. R. W. \\1 ,
Miss Arthurlne Blanch- Sapp, Leslie and Johnny Mann, '
ard visited the latter's sister and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fort ,
Miss Enza Blanchard, of Jacksonville. A.
in Baker County Nursing homeat Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kel- C .... _
ly visited Mrs. Frank Jones ;: ... .. :
Macclenny] on Wednesday.The wr1N .. .- .,
sympathy; of the com- of Keystone Heights on Satur- \ 3 -.' urno..... ':..J.--,.oO am -.,
r
munity is extended to Mrs. day.Mrs. I
Ethel Starling Suber, and relatives Laura Mae Smith of \
In the death of her Marietta spent Wednesday I 9311 "Ilt
husband, Raymond. Suber. with her sister, Mrs. \V. A. I i\ Scu: & % x B,
Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Mosley.Mr. 20 .cr
H. W. Bennett, visited their and Mrs. O. J. Boj- Men's Famous Maker Walk Shorts 4_ j uPto.. 1 Qt. Quaker State Motor Oil
aunt, Miss Sina Prescott, In ette Sr., of Lake City spent
Convalescent Center Nursing Sunday afternoon with their Men's Short Sleeve Dress Shirts 'Your Choice' Plastic Assortment
50 polyester and 50" cotton. All weather oil (for use in 'ugh
home of Gainesville on Wed- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. "
nesday afternoon. and Mrs. O. J. Bojette, Jr. Tailored by Nation's No.1 1 Maker. 65 polyester and '5" cotton, ,tailored in A. 50 Qt swing top waste basket. Avocado. compression. high power engines,

Mrs. Rebecca Chesser, of and family. Full cut for Ctdlortdon long:; wear colorful fashion prints An easy-care fabric B. 40 Qt. waste basket. Wicker design. Avocado. Reduces engine knock and wear
We are glad to that Improves gasoline mileage'
Jacksonville, is spendingsome report Choice of I 'in assorted '
that fresh and all Sizes, H-1 C 16' Gal. with lock lid.
Bobby Bennett of Hill P28al stays: neat day ? plastic garbage can,
time with her sisters, Holly pooular colors Sizes I 10.38.
Mrs. Mandy Blackburn and nephew of Mr. and :Mrs. L. S.
Miss Barbara Wilkinson. Tanner, came through surftftSSSWw LIMIT 6

Brownie Austin, returned .... .
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home from the Medical Cen- 96 Ou Oi.counl' Prier Wp.1.813"a1,9fi!
ter of Gainesville on Wed- Up To 8.00 a Pair"" 2 w..2..Zr Our Di.count PriceEagle" /
JacksonvilleDirectory
nesday afternoon. woo b2t

Mrs. R. L. Bradley, Mr.and
Mrs. Randall Bradley of Jacksonville -

Mrs. Gary Bennettand OUR MEN'S BOYS' DIPT. '
sons, and Mr. and Mrs. m ) ,.deC1, .i ,,' .
Dearl Bradley and Jamie gathered Boys' Shirt & Tie S'' % Pocket Radios
f/en's Famous S
at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Spurgeon :Masseyfor Auto Sales and Service Polyester & cotton Blue Levis Solid State, '

a family get-together FrI- solid color shirt 4 Complete with
day night. The occasion P&rrish Motors battereDr,, -
was striped tie 8- 18. Tough fabric for Lucerne Skindiver Watches
Mrs. Masse>'s birthday an- ; longer wear I phone & strap
nJvers8r)'. Homemade cake ALES Dncoun, Prc, Double stitched lCAd I/ht ; MODEL 8163 With colondor Swiss movement
and ice cream were served. ORVJeR / w0S 1,96 Stainless steel
Robert Rosier of Jackson- PARTS VOLVO k throughout, ledg'l Leading Lady SAVE 1.00 SAVE 2.OO
j Z67e AntirnagnctirLeather
SAVE Famous Shrink-
ville called on his
parents, "
:Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier t to-Fit' 'Facial Tissues bund,

and the II. H. Brlces on Wed- Alw.ya mood Used Can Sizes 29 to 38 Our D,+count Price Our Discount Pnct
nesday afternoon. MI Liar St. Ph. 35IHI5' : 8'8a
Wa.jJ.94 w'
Mr. and Mrs. Fred :Moore Soft yet super sarong
'. SAVE 22%
visited their brothersinlawand PIANOS ,200 count Choice of
{ DuPont
sisters, :Mr. and Mrs.C. rti,; white, pink or yellow Bike Tubes
Y, Mayo. and Mr. and YAMAHA PIANOS <. k Boys 2 PC. i Rally
Mrs.: Cecil Wade, of Tampa CONN OJ1r.\and KIMKALLKIMUAI.I. "cs Shirt & Pants Set Our Oiftcoun* Pile 2/39 Heavy duty v.wr.rr / Cream Wax

and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Short sleeve shirt and -- --_ w/ A rubber for I

Moore Jr., and family of half boxer waist pants NN, long use uNmm" dr) > CleansPrptects.
Fort Lauderdale, and other I ,,25 1 3 '8
Polyester and cotton, t 'I k 7 x f/a//yGAy woes
relatives going and coming
during the week. Assorted colors -.1 er-49C Bic PenSchool ,. r ,,20 x 1 75 .
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:Mr and :Mrs. Hermle Kel- a Sizes 4 to 7SAVE '., Special r' EP euvcu ,20, x 2125 The 1 2 hour car wax

ly visited their brother and 1 j DNS \ .21x11'4, 1 1 lOOz SAVE 38'7.Men's
sisterInlaw and 167; Li ''g '
Mr. Mrs.
I'
E. L. Kelly, Sr., at :Middle- I IV Wide Belts fl "I l

burg on Sunday. "SVWMiKK" S 1.1 Pnee Vinyl on split e Our Ditcount Price D
Mrs. Eve Baldwin of Starkewas OHi.Roosevelt .\:" ti w' leather Black 1.99 wa+ 1,58"
a Saturday overnight guest Mall 388.8519 sem.5rn+A, TuF, -
r brown 28-42 I (
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Baxley Choir. Co. ,i 177. / }'tip Top Maker v Efferdent
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From 1.10 r 'xi // r\ Wide belt Tablets Tablets 96's P qqg ow r..co.91E
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r i ; ', solids wo..396 r & green algae I / Window,
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AIR or blue duck. SAVE 26% 1.00 / {{\durabilily.upper.Sure.grop _' color

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B. Holtzendorf < '" :
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I a u: t'i' ;, Y{ < #? : ,0 r.2G" (] f 1" : 1404 E. Bessent Road
Ben C. Holtzendorf, Sr., 71, Family Home EveningMonday.

t 24 of,Starke In the died Bradford Thursday County Jan. t t tfllJliFJf/: / d gf I (I (f (JIl J J-; t- Primary-Tuesday. 4:30 -

Hospital. Born in Hamilton ,.' "" .,; !9:,.=:, d' Wednesday- Relief Society: p.m.
County on Feb. 3, 1901, he 7:30.:
had lived In Starke for 52 ,.. T- _
Thursday- MIA.730
-- ., p.m.
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years where he was a retired \ '--' Sunday-Priesthood, 8:30:

law enforcement officer a.m. Sunday School], 10:30: am.
and a member of the First
MADISON STREET Evening
Meeting 6
BAYLESS HIGHWAY UNITED METHODIST HAMPTON p.m. Sa-
Presbyterian Church. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHRISTIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST crement.
Surviving are his wife,Ethel BAPTIST CHURCH STARK School 9:45 Morn- CHURCH BAPTIST MISSION CHURCH[ -Jesse D. Branson
Branch
McGhin Holtzendorf, and one Sunday School 10 a.m. Kenneth SundaySunday School 9:45 Ing Sunday Worship,Hi hurch, ;TrainIng Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- U.S. 301 North behind Tas- Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng President" ,
son, B.C. Holtzendorf, Jr., Ellxson director..Morn a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; 6:15: WMU i Prayer Cir- ing Worship 11 sum. Evening tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Evening!;
both Lug Worship at 11. Church< Youth Choir Rehearsal 5pm. ; Worship 7.James Shaw
of Starke Worship 7
; one brother School 10 Worship Ser- p.m. Wednesday r
a.m. MORGAN
cle, 7:15: Evening Worship ROAD
Wilmer Holtzendorf Lake Geneva Training 6 p.m. Gerald Nor- .; UMY snack supper 7:30. ; pastor. vice 11 sum. and 7 p.m. Prayer Everyone welcome. BAPTIST CHURCH:
and four grandchildren. man director. Evening Wor- 6 UMYF meetings and recreation -Rev. Robert Hals ten
; ; MondayYouth choir 7p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- pastor Sunday School 10 aim
7 Mid-Week Prayer FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Funeral services were heldat ship, p.m. 6:30.: .
and Bible Study 7 P.m. ., WMU Meeting 7:30.: Sunday Service day.Leroy Morning Worship at 11. TrainIng : -
2 p.m. Saturday in the First WednesdayMidweek Prayer Sunday Olive E.L.
pastor
J.D. Robinson, pastor. Tuesday Prayer Group, School 9:45 Union 6:30: Evening Service -
Chancel Choir
Rehearsal
Presbyterian Church with Group, a.m. Morning Grlffls associate CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
pastor.
9:30 sum. Bible Study 10 a.m. 7:30.
;
Rev. Erik Johnson conducting. 7:30.: Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening MELROSE
Girls In Action, 3:30: P.m. WednesdayPrayer and
Interment was In Crosby Lake FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Friday Children's Choir MeetIng Service, 7:15 p.m. Youth Schedule of Services: Bible
7:30
Study
WednesdayPrayer
Cemetery with DeWitt C. Rehearsal 3:30. Group Meeting, Sunday 6:30 Bible : p.m.
CHRUCH.STARKE Sunday Study 10 a.m.
7:30
Mission Friends : --Rev. Bob Cooper
Jones Funeral Home In charge. Sunday--Church School Rev. Grge; L. Harper Adult Choir Practice p.m.J.C. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Morning Worship 11 sum. pastor.
9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11. Pastor p.m.8:30.: ; Brown minister BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship 7 p.m. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Nursery provided. Thursday- Bible Study 10 B33 W Pratt St. Sunday/ All other evenlng-8 p.m. BROOKER
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ... Wednesday--Youth Fellowship AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Services: Sunday School 10 Sunday School
::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: ::::::? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH sum., 7:30: p.m. ] 10 a.m. Wor-
:g:::: 7:30: p.m. STARK -DentonSunrall. Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. a.m. Preaching 11 a.m.Train FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ship Services 11 a.rn. and 7
1..;.. Card Of Thanks 1:::: Thursday--Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship 11 a.m.; ing Union 5:45 p.m. Evening Raiford Road & Weldon St. p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.
: ;!:: 7:30: p.m. Sunday Baptist Mens Day HAMPTON BAPTIST Evening Worship, 7 p.m.Wed Worship 7 p.m. Everyone Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- -Itev. Lacy Conway pastor.
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::& Erik T, Johnson MInIs- welcome.
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::; Baptist Men's Meeting and CHURCH nesday Prayer Meeting and Ing Worship 11. Sunday Even-
ter. Bible Study 7 p.m. Young -Wilbur Dyess Pastor. Ing 7 p.m. Thursday night
Breakfast, 7:30: a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m.;
Tedious hours during my recent School 9:45: a.m.; Morning Morning Service 11 sum.;Bible Peoples Meeting every Mon- LAURA BAPTIST 7:30.: GREATER BETHLEHEM
illness STARKE CHURCHOF day, 7 p.m. -Charles Thomas, pastor. FliEE WILL BAPTIST
and
hospltal- Worship, 11 o'clock sermon: Study 6:30: p.m.; Evening Ser- School 9:45
Sunday a.m.
zation were brightened immeasurably CHRIST "Behold the Man"; Bell Ring- vice 7:30: p.m.Wednesday G.F. Prevatt, pastor. CHURCH
by the many acts Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- ers Group, 5:15: ; Church Prayer and Everyone welcome.ST. Morning Worship 11 aum. l IIEILBRONN BAPTIST Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sun-
of kindness by friends and ship Services, 11 a.m. and Training 6:15: Evening Worship Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. day School 9:30: ; Morning
; Midweek Bible Study Wednesday -
heartfelt 6 p.m. Midweek Service,Wed- Sunday School 9:45 Worship, ]11] ; League 4 p.m.
loved ones. My 7:30: sermon: "The Will -Melvin Hamel Pastor. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC 7:30 a.m.
thanks. A.W. Kirkland nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible of God". CHURCH. STARKE, : p.m. Morning Worship 11. Train- Night Service 6 p.m.-Hev.
Class, Thursday 11 a.m. Be In church Sunday. Union Jasper Williams
Ing 6:30 p.m. Evening pastor.
Youth Ensemble
Father James
Church located one block weston Monday Cregan, pali'tor. -Lester Austin pastor.
Service 7:30. Midweek
: Prayer
Practice -
6:30 pm. Youth
SR-1G. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Service 7:30.
tt J.P.H.. Bell minister. Choir Practice beacons (8 ml. south of Starke on Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sunday -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas- CHURCH i ; OF non
Speaking of the game of Meeting 7 p.m. hwy. 100)&lnday Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day EVERGREEN BA-1TST tor. 422 N. St. Clafr St.. Starke
PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL Tuesday WMS Executive School 10 aum. Mass, 7 p.m.ConCession. CHURCH
life a loser In It says he METHODIST CHURCH Council 10 a.m.; WMS Gen- Morning Worship 11 sum. Saturday 6 Sunday School 10 aum. CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School 10 a.rru Morn"Ing -
Worship 11
makes no excuses, but pointsout Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- eral Meeting, 10:45: ; Covered Choir Practice .6:30 p.m. p.m.School Morning Worship at 11 aum. HOLINESS/ CIIURCII Evening 7 p.m. a.m.Youth Sunday!;
that the wind may have ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Dish Luncheon 12 noon;Young Evening Worship.7:15p.m. of Religion: Sunday night Service at 6:30. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wednesday 7:30: Night,
Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship Musicians; Music Makers Prayer& Bible Study ..Wed. Grade School Sunday 11 Wednesday night prayer Morning Worship 11 a.m. Meeting, Friday p.m.7:30 Prayer -
been a factor. 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. 3:30: p.m.; G.A., Bell Choir 7:30: p.m. a.m. to 12 noon. meeting at 7:30.: Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. --Rev. M.E. Fussell: p.m.
Grlffls pastor. Practice, 4:15 p.m.WednesdayActeens.5p.m.. Rev. Merle L. Packham High School Wednesday 7p.m. -Cecil E.Crawford Sr.pas- Thursday night Prayer pastor -
; pastor. tor. Meeting 7:30
p.m.
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Family Night Supper 6 p.m.; -David
Hodges Pastor.
Highway S-100 A Prayer Meeting R.A. Meeting -
School 10 Morn- 6:30; Teachers and Officers -
Know Sunday sum.
Someone In A
t Meeting 7:15 Trustees
t Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training ;
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- Meeting 7:30: ; Church Choir

,Otfg 2I ship Prayer-Rev.7:30 Meeting Leon p.m.T.7:30:Odom Wednesday p.m.Jr., Practice--James 8 p.m.T. Brock Pastor EveryDayLowPricel [ EveryDayLowPrice] FOOD

Pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng -
Hove them call the CRISIS$ CHURCH OF GOD Worship Training Union, Beef Pantry FAIR
CENTER any time day or' LAWTEY FLA. 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: Stew REGULAR GRIND .
Schedule of services Sunday
: -Rev. Jim Black pastor.
'night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. School 10 a.m. Morning Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK

'For help with a variety of Worship at 11. Evangelistic NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Ground Or Boneless Pieces SUPERMARKETS
Service 6 p.m. YPE and
ife's problems. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday CHRUCH 2 to 3 Pkg." COFFEEi.s.noiet STARKE'S

I PHONE f Klght., 7:30 Pastor.p.m.Rev.. Daisy (North Intersection) and 225.of Highways 16 tiiIri1Iit 320 S. WALNUT ST.



!$ 3764444GAINESVILLE J I Sunday ST CHRUCH MARY'S Mass MACCLENNY,CATHOLIC 12 noon. Holy Service Service Ing-Rev.Sunday Service,James 7:30 School 7:30.:p.m.at T.,11.9:45 Parrish Wednesday: Evening; Morn- (. ''I LB 9 9 *: L B 5 9 C A.a.n.esl..wife.HVDAV.n'OHU.LOW T.we,vro.,GUYS in. QUANTITY/pleased GOOD/'"T accept'uWPO DAY/* I


Day Mass 5:30: p.m. BAGi U.SDA.FOOD STAMP

NEW RIVER BAPTIST h_ I_ hi1. i ''hilt'' COUPONSi
Sunday School 10 sum.Morn- .
--
Ing Worship II a.m. Training Zealand Shoulder I New.Zeland. Quick! Frozen Shoulder AGARS ,:e
'
GAINESVILLEBusiness .Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship CannedBONfIE ,ir
8 p.m. Wednesday Night LAMB
service 7:30: p.m. Everyone LAMB BONfIE
welcome. i HAMS

Directory -Jim Countryman pastor. ROAST CHOPS NwASrF.

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH i 1
Flash Frozen Square Cut
$5
Sunday School 10 Morn-
a.m. 5 O 9
GARDEN SUPPLIES
AUTO SALES Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening I | LB CAN .

BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSM061LE Johnson F ru, Inc. Worship Meeting 7:30 7:30:: p.m.p.m.Wednesday.Rev. Prayer. ....HOICf LB. 49 $ j ramin\fawrrrcr!'''Ub.\ to,Pkq.J 3 69V |j 3LBcANs349

SEEDS PLANTS J.C.Saunders pastor. I Lb. !
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS. ,
SALES &. SERVICE LAWTEYCONGREGATIONALHOLTho'ESS
Fine ..I.ctlon of Used Car
W. CHURCH EveryDayLowPrice H EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkePOT EveryDayLowPrke
Taken On Cadillac Trod.. Rent Fertiliser Spreader Sunday School 9:45 0
224 N.W. 6th Ph. 3784)47) a.m.; AGAR'S
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 Morning Worship 11 a.m. CannedPICNIC Lean TenderGROUND Pantry Pride

BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS Youth Worship Service 7 p.m.6 p.m. Evening BEEF ROAST CREAM CHEESE

Tuesday Prayer Meeting eOMI IN-9 tO 3 L MO.
POWELL'S LIDDELL 3 Ibs. and Over 8 oz. Pkq.
7:30 p.m.
Beauty AcademyLearn -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pas- 35979CAN.C rlaau
Glass Company tor. -.
a Protettlon In Your

Spar. Time Full or Part "Glos for Every Purpose" PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MOTT'S I
.. _, Tim. _Star. Fronts ._Mirrers Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- TREND rwir::7)) iinnjciij PILLSBURY CAKE
219 N.W. 10 tit. 378.2764: -' Tub Enclosure;; .'Shower*" Ing Worship 11am. Pre Ser- | irwrrrct rrrrrra!
vices (Booster Band Young
APPLE
Furniture Top Glass People and Prayer Service), u: 7.rhMIXES#
ReplacedNEW 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. LIQUID I

EJECTRICMotor LOCATION Midweek Service Wednesday 17.5oz YELLOW &
7:30: p.m.Rev.John Strickland SAU C E CACCRug;
Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville Patter. DETERGENT ; j 18oz WHITE,


Repairing Of Gainesville- RewindingNew Inc. Santa 372-8191 Fe-372-1192 Tractor BAPTIST KINGSLEY CHURCH LAKE 1 49 C _18 BUTTER 344oz /$

And U..d Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng 4lEveryDayLowPrke

?816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 LONG Union Worship, 6:30: at p.m 11.,; Training Evening 22oz i JUG i ASS'T.

Farm & Industrial TractorsHydraulics > Meet ..
MOVERS Worship, 7:30.: r yr
Hose & Fining ing. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
Long Distance Moving Bolt all Sizes Steam -Rev. S.C. Cuthbert, Interim ;: BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeSTOKELY EveryDayLowPrkeCONTADINA

Storage Packing Cleaner & Chemicals pastor. .. 1WIIT MILLOW :
I Sale & Service _..
Crating Shipping
Golden RipeBANANAS TOMATO
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Pick Up &. Delivery ROOKERFt.A.Rev. 7J1 t

F'iii\\ 4488 N. W. 6 th St. Jim Temple pastor. frJ i5A

Gainesville, Fla. Sunday Bristol,School, Superintendent.10 a.m. Ron 1 j

Training Union 6:45.: Lowell _
MUSIC Douglas, 'Dl ector.'..Worship S
Van Service, Inc. If. Mid- SINGLETON FROZEN BREADED
Services a.m.. 730.
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'villa BALDWINPIANOS week Prayer Servlcft; 7:30.: STA FLO DRIVELAUNDRY
372. 271 Lavern Outlaw, music direc- SHRIMPTIDBITS !
.
ft ORGANS tor. ,V

AUTO SALES SERVICE SIZING3l!::J
BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS I DETERGENT

GMS. INC.
1 1III
-
MUSIC Co.G'vllle AEROSOL 24oz : I 2 LB $1.99 I O4OZEveryDayLowPrke mum''99 C

Ge \ J.D. /CiIwnyo.yPrke .!
Authorized Shopping c.". SBius CANS I PKG. BOX -

Factory Pontiac i 372.5351 Depart from evil, and do _
5.I..- Parti-Service good; so shall you abide for BonusBuy
MOBILE HOMES REPAIRS EveryDayLowPrke m _
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla.i ever.-(Psalms 37:27)It

TRAILERS 372-2583 i Klrfcy's SERVICE Mtfcil.. MMMItftlr would would deliberately seem that do anything no one MACARONI rr.! t _LUNCHLOAF(TAU IMPORTED CUT PECAN

t $.,,!!.., Im. that would take away his peace OR LONG v I'ti SSTWIRLS

Authorized! D.al.rsFor of mind, his sense of well- SPAGHETTI
being. But we do this when we
3399IvaryPayLowPrkc
Evons'Int.rth.m allow ourselves to entertain .

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2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. Siegler Heating & thoughts of injustice. We need

Gainesville 3760691SolofServlcoRontal Air Cenditing Equip. to let go any such feelings, and _
_
t the best way is consciously to
Rental at lows S4.30 par Supplies AwningsAir deny them. It does not matter 'wcryo.yLPrke Iwcryo.yLPrke EWCfyo.yLPrice' Every DiylewPrktA : IMryDlyLPrlceD
v.euNS N YITOONOMr ::'N':: ::
yHitchari |n tallad-Cem Conditioning Installed what the appearances are, the D DUTCH I INTENSIVE k1 TOOTH MICRIN BKECKSATIN DINNERS,3l '
..... WHEAT
Rec.Vah. S.rvlc.O.pt. of God be .SOUI .
elete $650 Up justice can trusted. CARE PASTE ANTISIPTIC :
DRESSING [ .. ...... MOUTHWASH CONOITIOMIK2o '" BREAD
Far All God's law of justice is at work LOTION .00"1 :: '

3a.U Aircraft Fan. Kogntry. Keyttono Alralhatta 4500 N.W.378-8902 6th St. Gainesville is in on our this life law and that affairs we and are to it J"':'3/$1/ ITL 10. 2/$1 .750'49c 12..,... 99- TUB. 3/$1 '"OU,, ,tB... 29c

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Keystone Heights
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CDUNT Sewer Vote

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Set For '"'
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Tuesday, March 6, has been ,4 II a
set by the Keystone Heights I :, .
City Council as the date fora + kst
referendum on the question '
s +
of constructing a sewer system -
for the town and sur- I
rounding area. The date was .4
HilitesBy set at a special council meet- b
Keystone Ing held Wednesday, Jan. 24. '':h t' i it"r ..
Fremont Tolles, city attor- I y .4n
i i, N i l ? ,' ( tk
ney, said he was checking Into ti :
Ph. 473.4907 or 4648 several legal aspects of
Linda Wharton
i 'wyu
the referendum, Including the i P
question of whether all quali- 4. S
SEWING WORKSHOPThe by Beatrice Ryder. Chess: Winners of the Thursday fied voters would be allowedto rS .
women of the Community First Steps by Raymond Bott. night group were: First Mr. vote, or only freeholders. t
Church will hold their The Clay CountyKeystoneBranch and Mrs. Ray Hughes, 43 1/2 According to law, the city r '.' '
first sewing workshop in the Library Is looking for points; Second, Mr. and Mrs. is not required to hold a referendum il Q
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educational building on Wednesday a substitute clerk for Satur- Bill Bartlett 39 points; Third unless assets of the A I
Feb. 7, from 10 a.m. days 9 to 5. Any one interestedmay Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Hardy, city are being pledged for I
to 12 noon, with Mrs. Lillian apply at the library In 38 points; Fourth, Mr. and debt retirement, but the Council Outside and Inside views of mess made by teenagers at dance in Keystone Heights I
Norwood In charge. Those attending person Mrs. Francis Mierlck, 37 decided to put the Issueto I
Lions Club last weekend.Teenage.
will make Items need- 1/2 points. vote determine the wishes I
ed by persons In nursing DUPLICATE BRIDGE of residents before spending
homes. COMAiIJhTTYCHURCIWOAfEN approximately $1,267,000 to
Winners of the duplicate construct the proposed sys- Causes i
KEYSTONE HTS. LIBRARY bridge club held January 23 at The Community Church Wo- Conduct
the Melrose Woman's Club men will hold their general tem.Another referendum on the
NEW BOOKSFICTION were: First Mrs. Roland meeting Monday, Feb. 5, proposal to purchase the Key-
Bryan and Mrs. C.V. Horne at the Park-of-the-Palm witha stone Water Co. will be delayed -
"
Sixteen volume set of Good 83 1/2 points; Second, Mrs. luncheon to be served until! a firm agreementIs Cancel Dances
Housekeeping Cook Books. Paley Boyd and Mrs. John St- promptly at 12:30: p.m. In the reached with, the present Lions To I
Complete Book of Knitting and rawn, 77 points; Third, Miss dining room. owners as to purchase priceof
Crocheting by Marguerite Vogh 76 1/2 points; Fourth, The speaker for the after- the utility, Council Chairman -
Maddox. Astrology: Your Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hughes, Everett Fox said up the outside on Sunday morning provided these dances as a
Sun Signs 72 1/2 points. (Cont. To Page 9)) of erages. Other reasons include service but does
Personal Guide to George Massa, president beer and even go so far as to community
the Keystone Heights Lion's throwing cigarettes, pay a man to clean up the not see how they can continue
,1 Club, stated Sunday, Jan. 28, cans, paper cups and other buildingand assorted building Interior on Monday. under the present circum :
trash in the
\ the grounds and Massa says, "Maybethe
\, after viewing morning. stances.
\,I', building after the Saturday on the grounds, making Massa stated that the"Lions" parents do not realize how
.. ,,. ,M .j night teenage dance, that the long distance [calls[ holes on theclub's in were proud to have the children have been behaving I
kicking
phone,
e
I
dances would be discontinued. at these teenage
kids have the walls, tearing the bathroom provided the above -
"The and
Massa said, dances, I
H.S.
doors off the hinges, BurdetteH.
of using taken Inside and '
abused the privilege pictures
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the walls, stoppingup
writing on
Lion's Club on
our club house and grounds by outside the
bringing In alcoholic bev- the rest room facilities and Seymour Burdette, 78, of Sunday morning. In the same
f, 4 { many other things which are died Thurs-
'r ,. Keystone Heights, statement Massa said he wouldbe
1 detrimental to our property. day, Jan. 24, in Alachua Gen- more: than happy to meet
WILLIAMS
ST. It is a sad situation when a eral Hospital[ after a short with parents to resolve the
7 CATHOLIC CHURCH few of the teenagers of Key- Illness. He was born in Pa- above unfortunate situation.
Keystone Heights stone and the surrounding area latka on July 27, 1894 and
Sunday Mass 8:30: a.m. take advantage of our only had been resident manager ofDe1V'itt I I,
10:30: a.m. weekend teenage function and C.Jones Funeral I Home
Vigil Mass, Saturday, 5:30 ruin It for those who do not In Keystone Heights for the SE.McKAYREALTORS
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4Aym p.m.Father abuse the privilege. past seven years. Prior to
[ Maurice Imhoff- When the Lion's built their moving to Keystone, he was
Adm. building three years ago, it manager of Hart Furniture Keystone Hts. 473-4316
1 was decided they would have It Co. at Starke for 25 years
r t t open on Saturday nights for the He was a member of the Episcopal HOMES ACREAGES
benefit of the teenagers. The Church. RENTALSMrs.
r: Automobile sales start off Lion's Club Dance is the only Funeral services were held
'. : +, k 4'h briskly this year. Good. We've function Keystone has offeredits at 2 p.ma Monday at grave- Melba llgen 4734740Col.
,,,; ae seen a space or two in the interstate teenagers. The Lion's have with
side in Hope Cemetery
highways here another \. J. Chessington473-4679
made little profit[ from these Rev. Fred G. Yerkes conduct
car might be fitted in. dances. They: have provided ing. Interment was under the L.J. Robinson 475-1041

; .. chaperones for every dance, direction of Jones Funeral Paschel Carr 4-f3-4058
have a committee who cleans Home.!
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L''" '-; NOW OVER $7,000,000 ..:.:' .:

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IN TOTAL ASSETS

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Pictured at groundbreaking (from left): Edith Wilson, T.J. Hawes, J.D. Henderson, e p J'r

Louise Nelson, C.I. Tolles, N.W. Hardenbergh, Jr., E.T. Martin AI Nelson, Hugo w .,,
N
Thorsen Ernest Triest.
rrprn ,,1- ,1-- r p 1111'i fIff"(1f!,'( rri-M t .

Ground Broken I, j ''f] !ffff; i,

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For New AdditionTo i fMi;i I: f S'r- .,;

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Keystone BankGround ,'p'j, ,


was broken last now occupied by Mallard's. ,
Thursday for the new additionto The original officers and

the Keystone Heights State directors were: G.E.Wiggins, s, ,. /
Bank, which will double the president; Edwin Larson y7w- t dr y
size of the present building. chairman of the board; Albert -
Turning the first spade of !Nelson: vice president;

earth was Judge C.I. Tollesof Lindsay Walker, A.G. London ., ,
Melrose, chairman of the C.I. Tolles, Frank Walrath, 4''
Board of Directors, and the Jr., and Dr. E.H. Clark son, t 51 1'F
only remaining member of the directors. '
l
original board serving when rr
the bank was first opened in David Folson was the first a lr. ur.r i a
May of 1952.N. cashier, serving. only three DIRECTORS
W. Hardenbergh, Jr., months. Hardenbergh became Hardenbergh signs contract for new bank additionin
Seated I l-r Edith Wilson CI| Tolles Louise
( r1): Judge Nelson.
president of the bank, said the cashier In September of 1952, presence of contractor Triest.new ,

Institution !is sharing in the and was elected president[ of Standing (I l-r): E.T. Martin, Alfred B, Watson, N. W, Harden-
general growth boom of the the bank three years ago, following Hugo S. Thorsen, Jacksonville addition, and Ernest

Keystone area 500, and new gained accounts approximately gins.[ the death of Mr. Wig architect designed the Triest is the contractor. bergh, Jr., T. J. Hawes, Louis E. Fischer, J. D. Henderson.C. .

of during 4,009 1972 as, the making year a ended.total :::.:::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:':.:;::::::::::::::r::::::::::::;:::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:::::::;:::;:::;::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::':::::':::':;;::::::::::::;:;:::::::;::;;:;:::::,:'f.:''

7195382.59 Assets of the bank as comparedwith now total Sr? I. TOLLES N. W. HARDENBERGH, Jr. EDITH E. WILSON

$2,975,687.60 In 1963. I II Chairman Of The Board President Vice President
The original part of the MCBIliHolllEBtOrB
building, frondngonLawrence I Inc. \

1956 Boulevard, and, this was constructed was enlargedin in :::: E. T. MARTIN JOSEPHINE REEp CECIL H. HARPER EDNA G. CHRISTMASVice

1962 to double the floor JI 00 r: President Vice Pres. & Cashier Vice President Assistant Cashier .
space. The new addition will
again double the square foot- I
age and will provide second I f TEN YEAR COMPARISON RECORD
story space for the bookkeeping :'$

department, records vault, r rs Year CaD I tal Surplus UndIvided Profit' De poslt'5 Toti1! Assets
and storage. : : he ;
Additional drive-In facili- Of (
ties will be provided with one e1m I 1972 $100,000.00 $240,000.00 $149,058.62 $6,556,936.67 $7,195,382.59

regular drive-in[ window stations, and :: o II: 1971 100,000.00 210,000.00 135,806.35 6,178,223.72 6,732,82025
two new pneumatic
that will accommodate three 1970 100,000.00 200,000.00 103,790.77 4,925,214.06 5,453,133.37

cars at a time there will 1969" 100,000.00 190,000.00 69,297.55 4,529,753.45 5,012,500.75
also be a walk-up window in 1958 100,000.00 180,0)0.00::) 52,693.44 4,065,914.73 4,508,031.67
the front wall of the building is LE I
1961 100,000.00 110,000.00
40,135.77 3,820,349.14
for the, convenience of pedes 4,210,525.75 I
trian patrons wishing to make << Si 1966 100,000.00 150,000.00 33,793.15 2,835,512.25 3,213,605.51)

deposits before or after regular 1955 100,000.00 150,000.00 25,221.49' 2,980,655.83 3,332,051.59
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banking hours. O 1964 100,000.00
An officers'platform will be 140,000.00 17,422.60 2,793,879.10 3,140,380.35
constructed In the enlarged ;:j 1963 (100,000.00 130,000.00 12,804.15 2,635,91i.C6 2,915,681.60
lobby' there will be three tel- Sf
ler windows, eight paying and '' \\y
receiving, windows, and a loan Ph. 473.3029 f
department. A new cash vault t :
will be Installed and the present 111 KEYSTONE STATE BANKMEMBER

vault used for the safety; m Box 571 Hwy. 100
vault.
deposit The Keystone Bank was I m mi
opened on May 2, 1952 in: 1 Keystone Heights, Fla. | F.D.I.C.
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r S Woman's Club Keystone Girl In Teenager Contesttheir

News Notes
Hears ProgramOn Keystone Heights Is very moral and verbal supportto

i I proud to have had Miss Lisa Lisa. They were:Tlppl and
By Helen Egan Clay CoopIn Eland represent us In the Miss Sally Naples, Cheryl Fowler,

Teenage America contest held Cindy Scales, Pam Ogden

accordance with the new In Jacksonville at the Sheraton Chris Brokas, Stephanie Ban-
MELROSE HOMEMAKERS will be set for a March Wor- policy of combination lunch- Hilton Hotel, January 19-21. nister, Glynis Combass, Mrs.

ship to be continued until the C.r n Wr. +r eon program and business me- During the three days, the Mary Sargent Michelle Eland,

The Melrose Homemakers Fashion Show In May. Mrs. eting, the club members met girls were entertained at lun- Richard Beck, Barry Ilgen

Club met Thursday, Jan. 25, Ella Simmons and Mrs. Edyth on the fourth Tuesday of Jan cheons, were treated to a Larry Linsln, Mrs. Nancy
at 9:30: a.m. In the clubhouse Nicholson will serve as ad- "
"Pizza
visors. uary. Party, had Individual Schyutz( and daughter, Diana
with the president, Mrs. interviews with the judges and of Johnson Mrs.
Guest speakers were L arty Bonnye Cox
Made Allen presiding. The It was also suggested that tN-t/pPr
Horn Keystone Heights, and were asked to write an essayon Mr and Mrs. Roger Bryan
devotional was led by Mrs. members and the club start J "Whats Amerlca of Gainesville Lisa's
With
Don Petri of Palatka, of the ; Right grand-
Ruby Eisenhower Members now making articles for the r
; Clay County Co-op. .;; mother, Mrs. John Beldler''
answered the roll call with the annual bazaar to be held
December.The next Mr. Horn showed a collect- Lisa was then chosen from and Mrs. Carrie Eland, and
question "Who benefits" when Ion of slides showing the Co- 50 out of 800 applicants, as one of course, the proud parents,
there is no will? which was February subject is of the 15 and Mr. and
operative development from top girls was a- Mrs. James Eland
the Council's subject for Jan- "Enhancing the Retirement
Years" i beginning to present time and warded a trophy as one of the All of Keystone would like
uary"The Importance of and at roll call the
Wills." question will be: "What would '. ; __ gave a short talk on the his- finalist in the contest. The to add their congratulations

The financial report from like to do when I retire" Mrs. tory and plans for the future. girls were chosed on poise on a Job well done, Lisa andwe'll
Mr. Petri conducted a question personality, scholastic achievement all be looking forward to
Lou Miller and Mrs. Virgin Of YerkesFriends
the December Bazaar showeda Named In Honor next
Simmons will attend the January Campsite and answer period relat- and beauty year and pulling for our
substantial profit from this -
ing to the usage and problems "The most rewarding partof "Miss Teenage America."
event. Mrs. Allen reportedthat 20 council meeting on this
the Pageantwasmeet
of electric current. .
-
the new counter and table subject.From of the Yen. Fred G. Commissioner; Rev. WilliamA. Others participating in the Four new members, Mrs. making many new friends from

tops in the clubhouse rection the President County Council di- Yerkes, Archdeacon, Epis- Poppell; William Chlapplnl, program were Rev Jim Ne- Arthur Osmond, Mrs. Law- all over Florida", said Lisa,

kitchen had been about com- Ashley copal Diocese of Florida, honored dedication speaker; Mr. Yer- ale; Richard II. Suddath, No- rence Poper, Mrs, Eugene "and I hope to enter the contest know your9Carpeting
pleted and paid for. Mr. Allen presented a report on the Affirmative him on January 28 with kes; and Judge Claremont I. rth Florida Council President Jenmell, Mrs Leon Worms- again next year"

was the benefactor in this work the County Action Councils program and local of the naming of a campsite at Tolles.In Scout Troops 574 and 105; and ley, and Mrs R. Bakor were Many residents of Keystone

which greatly enhances the Baden Powell Scout Reservation the Keystone Heights School Introduced by the membership attended the Pageant and gave
clubs of Florida for
kitchen as well as the entire con-
sideration. The president replied near Melrose in his ho- recognition of Father Band. chairmen, Mrs. Williams, and

building. by letter to the Council nor.Pictured Yerkes' 35 years of scouting welcomed to the club. K.E. BIDDLE
The following officers were at the
The speaker's table and all
ceremonyare
installed Mrs. Ella Sim- that further action would be more than 200 persons con- price for advertising, It
by (from left): Richard F, Ab- Refreshments reserved members tables were beaut-
tributed funds
to the
erect
mons, master of ceremonies: taken by the Melrose Clubas ies Scoutmaster must have been his "prevailing SKUCTING: I'AOIiNGUon't ;
to ; Dr. Phil campsite on the reservationin by the ladies of Trinity Epis- ifully decorated with red cam-
President Mrs. Elzlne Ash- conformity with the price" for at least 30 days
Parsons Assistant
District his copal Church, Melrose. ellias and sprays of Ivy.
ley; Vice President, Mrs. county programs. Further name. Mrs. Aubry Conners servedas within a period of not longer buy good carpet and
discussion and than four months of the adver- then few dollars
Barbara Kite; Secretary, action will betaken chairman of the luncheonand try to save a

Mrs. Polly Price; Treasurer, at the February meet- Lake Geneva was assisted by hostesses tising. by failing to put a good pad
Mrs. James Chitty Delegate Under the same law, when a underneath the Padding
; Student Cited Mrs. Owen Baker, Mrs Geo- carpet.
Mrs. Macie Allen; and alternate Ing.A social hour was enjoyedby HilitesFrom rge Crago, Mrs. John Bird, merchant advertising an itemat is most important. The

Mrs. Mildred Spur- the members and four For High Grades Keystone Mrs. E, Addy and Mrs. Hazel cost ""wholesale" of "below life of your carpet i is greatly
Mrs. Eisenhower any customer may
lock. Ruby which was followed bya
guests, Clark
extended when the
I
demand that he furnish his carpetrests
pinned a camellia on making an umbrella -
corsage
workshop on The Woman's Club
Keystone
each officer Roderick L. Hutchison, of ( Gainesville convalescing from original invoice to the local on the soft pad insteadof
new stand. Page 8)) will hold their lunch-
Outgoing President Allen Lake Geneva, now in his third a stroke suffered New Year's monthly Chamber of Commerce,Bet- a hard floor surface.In .

recommended that starting AMERICANS year at the College of Archit- Day. lIe Is receiving speech eon and card party on Feb- ber Business Bureau, or State addition to increasing the
OLDER noon will be John Meyers uary 2 with the luncheon being
ecture, University of Florida and physio-therapy and would Attorney. Many cities have
with the term of officers life of soft
new ORGANIZATIONSThe who Is the co-ordinator for served at 12 noon. Mrs. Earl your carpet, pad
made all A's in his cards done fine
appreciate notes of
courses or a job watch-
that a voluntary committee of senior citizens the Park-of-the-Palms. allows "sink in"when
He to
many will ding
Boyles
accept reserva- you
during the last quarter, and from his friends in Keystone.Jay dogging misleading adver-
four members serve as host- club and chapters of this will his '
speak work with tions walk the
on for the tables. you upon carpel
received a letter of congratu- and Doris Ellis have tising and the State Attorney
esses for one monthly meetingand area are organizing and will vouth groups and also with Also for February 9 it the
lations from the Dean. returned from Mobile, Ala. planned offices are usually cooperative git ing "plushy"feel.
see that the building is in be known as a pow- the older people. His
soon message will be the ladies annual Smor-
.
Roderick was also on thePresident's where they attended the Annual Butler said
proper condition for the me- er group. Melrose Community will be of Interest to all ages gasborg from 5:30: 7:30: p.m
Honor Roll, witha Convention of the American Many concerns, locally and A good pad pays for itself.
eting and leave same.following AARP Is working of women in the
Chapter organization.
I their social hour when refreshments 4-polnt average for the fall There will be short busi- Camellia Society, Jan. 17-21. Tickets for this occasion may nationally, are now under fire We have the right paddingfor
I along these lines in the appointment quarter of 1972, and receiveda a In addition to the camellia be purchased from any one of in the field of fake advertising Our
are served. courteous -
the carpet.
every
ness meeting following
letter of show entertainment offered the ladies and will also be available related
' I of committees ofthree congratulations from was to shrubs and trees regarding -
The regular monthly meetings program and circle attendancewill at the door Cost salesmen will he glad to
President O'Con- to the 400
I' Stephen delegates extravagant claims
each to approach their a-
I of Homemakers are be taken. Please to recommend the
plan
$2.25. pad to
which Included seafood bout their proper
a jam- ability to produce
held on the fourth Thursday of respective county commis- nell.Roderick attend and the fine
enjoy very (fit needs
I each month at 9:30.: The next sioners of Clay, Bradford, is majoring in program, the delicious lunch- boree, banquet, MardI Gras fruit or blossoms, and many your

meeting will be on February 22 Alachua, and Putnam Coun- building construction, and also eon and the fellowship.A Ball, and a tableau presentedby False Claims such abuses of advertising are 65 02. \Waffle\ Padding Used
ties bordering the Melrose participates in the Univer- the Mystic Crewe de Bien- being exposed and discont-
and further notices will be ,
sent no out.SEWING. area. The current project is sity's Air Force ROTC lie nursery for will also with be provided ville. They al so enjoyed toursof Mislead Public inued. The FNGA conductsa For ,All Carpet Installed By
is the son of Mrs. Graham women young Dauphin Island, Bellingrath continuous to
program
Revenue pre-
CLASSIn to have a share in the -
Hutchison children and held at the Educational Gardens the Mobile harbor Buying PlantsFalse vent all II.B.D. Carpets
preparation of the Annual Sharing which all states, and the late Col. Building of the Community types of misleading
Hutchison. and other istoric areas advertising and other fraud- 100
County Council special events counties. and cities will parti Church llwy.
Fashion Show In Gainesville, clpate.Therefore,the National Mr and Mrs. Jim Wharton, and misleading advertising ulent practices.The Keystone Ilgts., Fla.

the Clothing and Textile Chair AARP advised the local chap- ALTAR SOCIETY Frank Dgen and other guests continues to flood public is asked to cooperate

man, Mrs. Kite, presented the ter to make this approach in Saint William's Altar Society from the Starke area were the state and nation pertain- by reporting any such
the interest of securing funds these counties, of which the guests of Devrick, Inc. for abuses to the FGNA or your
for
idea of the club Institution a had abusy, well-attended ling to exaggerated claims
taxpayer paid into the Fed- dinner at the Holiday Inn in local
< for building a community cen- nurseryman.
sewing class at the clubhouse.At January meeting at which some plants and trees, according -
the F'ebruarymeeting date ter in Melrose. Hundreds of eral treasury in past years. plans were made for the 1973 Starke, Jan 24, Included with to a news release by ,....--------------a______.,. ...---.- -.-- --- ----- --- ----
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dollars will be allocated to Alachua and Putnam County World Day of Prayer for all the dinner was a program and the Florida Nurserymen; &
Committees have already approached slides of a trip to Acapulcofor

, their county com- held denominations which will be the dealers in the month Growers The worst Assocaition.abuse appears to DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
at St. William's Churchon Home
missioners and of It sounds like
Clay County August. a of
KEYSTONE MELROSE March 2 be deception by the use com-
Friday startingat
,
will meet on Feb. 13 at Green 10:30 great trip and I'm hoping we'llbe parative prices, such as
It
I Cove Springs, as the proposaland a.m. is hoped one of the lucky ones to go. "Regular $4.98, now$1.99"theFNGA STARKE
that all the ladies of the Key-
.BUSINESS DIRECTORY directives have been Flying Into the Keystone

_n m __ placed in the Clay County stone Hostesses area will for this be present. Airport *or weekend of goldat papers says are Many loaded daily with news-this Phone 96 .6200
Commissioners hands. Brad- meetingwere the Keystone Heights Golf
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN ford County will soon make an Mrs. Gil Paredes and & Country Club were friends deceptive something should advertising be done and Rental

a .rra. appointment which has been Mrs. Eddie Cardenas.The of Pro Ed Rodgers, Pro Gary about it Wendell Butler Hospital Beds, Walkers Wheel' Chairs & Crutches
says ,
next will be
SLIMS HAR delayed due to illness of their meeting Fister and his two friends, public relations chairman of
ywe WARE KEYSTONE
chairman. on February 19 at 9 a.m. Keith Land and John Salt- the Nurserymen's Association HEIGHTS

Fish -'N' Stuff AARP and Senior Citizens hetmer of Houma, La. Hope itdidn't He points out that the Phone 473-3176
GARDEN CfNTER Club Mrs. Gwenn Bachman
members are Individually president rain you out and you law specifically states that If a ,
Live Belt A complete line of Hdw. taking an interest and of the Melrose Woman's enjoyed playing our course. merchant uses a comparative

Crl ck.t..Shinn.rs-Worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS contacting their State and Na- Club, Miss Iva Hilyer, Mrs.
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tional leaders. John Strawn, Mrs Mike Fal-
Plumbing & Electrical
Minnow. Gr. Supp. The Melrose Community kel, First A'ice President of
-Ton. Fertillier
I TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Insecticides Chapter: will hold its monthly the Melrose Club, and Mrs. LUXURY QUILT TOP

, & HUNTING luncheon and business meeting Earl Voyles, President of the
LICENSES AMMUNITIONICE Lumber & Building Material at 11:30: on Feb. 15 In MelroseIt Keystone Heights Womans!

I Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd. From Light is expected that an officialof Club, traveled to Inverness

Keystone Keystone Hight 473.3663TELEVISION the Insurance program will recently for the Lucille King
Hats. 473-4357
be present. Day. Mrs. King is Presidentof SAVE $40 SET !

FURNITUREGIFTSLake -AIR COND. Those attending Game Dayat the Florida Federation of
, the Fellowship Club of Key- Woman's Club and was honored -

Geneva TV Service Center stone Heights on Jan 25 regretted with a luncheon at the Inverness -

to learn that Mr. and Golf and Country LIMITED TIME
*M4M.**
I Furniture QAO t Mrs. Vernon Burns, who plan- Club.

ned to enjoy a few more months Congratulations to Lisa E- INNERSPRING or 'FOAM RUBBER

Gift & 'Candle Shop STERO of their winter holiday, are land on being one of the 15

CAR AND PORTABLE leaving soon to enable them to finalists In the Miss Teenage

, EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL attend a wedding of a near America Contest held In Jacksonville -

ANDRESIDENTIAL relative in Iowa. Hurry back, the weekend of Janu-
Name Brand Furniture folks! ary 20.Mrs. .

The covered dish luncheonwill John Bird Is enjoyinga
Seeley Mattresses Sold AIR CONDITIONING be held Thursday, Feb. visit from her sister, Lucille -

100 SALES & SERVICE 8, at 12:30 in the Lions Club. Crosier of Ithaca, Mich.
Hwy E. Lake Geneva
Much to Lucille's surprise on

1 Ml. Eott of Keystone Hgts.REALESTATE KEYSTONE 473-1651 AARP SOCIAL CLUB her flight down to Florida was -,.. :, :;, A''tii'btr. ;

The Keystone area membersof seeing Mrs. Bird's son, Paul,
I I MOBILE HOME AARP (national) will enjoya board the same plane for a

social hour In the educational flight homo to visit his mother
Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell)) your Mobil building of the Community last weekend from the Naval

(Ksg. Real Estate Broker Home? II you have", a buyer. Church on Friday, Feb. 2, base in Willow Grove, Pa.

Mobil. Home Br a 4 v. will at 1:30: with Mrs. Lena Cle- Therefore, they both had a

I LAKE PROPERTIES /;- arrange ALL end mens and Mrs. Gladys Jen- most enjoyable flight down..
;. nings as hostesses. The members -
insurance details for a brokerage
RESIDENTIAL will greet the newlyweds, C,W. Durbin Is in the Hill
If
,
of selling
fee 10% of the ri too t+1 .- r' .F K.; y{ 41t,
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Graham
BUSINESS ACREAGE'APPRAISALS For Information Haven Nursing home In 'Sr
price. more of Park-of-the-Plams.Amat- J

callMOBILE ter of much interest to this y

Keystone Hg... 473.3254 social group of seniors will
HOME BROKERSRT. be discussed at this time. A eR T
cordial invitation
Is
1 BOX 350 J extendedto
Edna Knepper; As see. older Americans to join the

I 473-4111 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 programs and good times together ELEGANT DECORATOR FLORAL ,COVER ry r'w-j'lq.
Each
Martha, Assoc. PHONE 475-1751 Piece,
Joe Kerrigan, president of
I 473-3362 the Senior Citizens Club of from MARY KAY OSWALD

BEAUTY SHOP Starke, requests that all Sen- Manager Consumer Affairs Deep f Pulf-Ouilted to Foam, ill over.SuperSurfaceSoftness Mattress or matching Box Spring
iors interested in programs Reynolds Aluminum 0 of foam cushions Twin or Full Size

EONARD'SOUTNOARD pertaining to transportation every part of your body.
; Foam rubber sold in sets only
Nel1'ftI health Insurance, etc. send What ia aluminum foil? It'i

j Beauty Style Shot SHOP representatives of all groupsto pure aluminum; a large block and a new Space Age extra firm foam boa 6.inch Twin Foam Rubber 139 95 Set
of the solid metal Is rolled
a meeting on Feb. 9 at 10 spring that never rusts, squeak or rallies. 6 inch Double Foam 159 95 Set
i "'or leveller, much as pie crust is rolled,
a ou"I a.m. at the Pratt St. Recrea- until it becomes a long, thin, Super King Size 299.95 Set Queen Size 219.95 Set
: W tion Hall in Starke. Max Fried- continuous sheet. It's fireproof -

I Ph."o 475221I son of Miami, president of the lightproof, moisture-
Johnson Motors Florida Congress of Senior proof. odorproof, greaseproofand

I I tw.on SALES & SERVICE Citizens, will meet with the recyclable DIAMOND EXTRAFIRM Regular 79.95 Sale 59.95
group at that time. All seniorsare did you know. on
Kayer.Heighti.-. GLAST RON AND invited to attend this meet- You can use your griddle asa

a- I ing. warming tray. If food is not
CHECKMATE
BOATS
to be served right away cover

Mel,... Keystone Heights Fla. COMMUNITY: CHURCH lightly with n sheet of aluminum -
foil nnd set control dial I
Rev. Robert Carr, retired at 160*F to 200"F. When
CONTRACTORDemarco minister, conducted the morn- heating frozen dinners cover -
This Ing worship on Jan. 28 due to each tray with aluminum foil. OMPLET -

And Son the Illness of the pastor, Rev. e Frozen foods require a Denmark
t Furniture .
Space For Stewart McCord. Mr. Carr is moisture-vapor-proof covering Co. Of Stares

Specializing I pastor of Pascal Carr of Key- in order to retain top quality. OUTFITTER
Sale stone Heights, and is actively Use Reynolds Wrap

Residential. Slob. concerned with programs in Aluminum foil rolled Intoa
this community. hall and used like a scouring
Concrete Polio, Block pad does an excellent jobof re-

Work, Pointing.. moving rust from auto bumpers
and metal trim. It can also

Licensed. And Insured Nothing\ ever as good or be used to polish metal lawn
and
FREE ESTIMATES as bad as it seems. Except in kitchen furniture.

Phone 373-1550 those occasional cases when It Fireplaces lined with Reynolds

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Keystone Cagers Tornado CagersIn






Drop Important r 2 Close GamesBad


luck plagued Tornado on to hand the battling Tornadoes Hon.
basketballers their second straight With six seconds showing,
all weekend as
,a e v I Iy they lost nip and tuck affairs loss of the weekend, 54-50. Haltiwanger then put the icingon
Bronson GameKeystone to Bolles 42'43'and Orange Rallying from a 48-42de- the cake as he sunk both
Park 50-54 after failing to ficit the Tornadoes scored six ends of another one-and-one
convert Important foul shots straight points to tie the game charity chance. As Bradford

High suffered its ner and Wingate. ute gone In the final quarteras and failing to make a final up with 3:37: remaining Leon finally gained back the ball
show-
most loss of In second "sure Soloman the Raiders with six seconds still
heartbreaking the first five one-half a result of two jumpersby shot. put
the last Rain also back on top with a 15-foot Ing on the clock, the Torna-
season Friday night minutes of the second quar- the aggressive Hurner, but plagued the Brad-
does threw It out of bounds
losing 63-55 to the Bronson ter, Keystone outsocred its the remaining seven minutesof Cit ford High cagers as the leaky jumper. ,
Eagles In the Indian's gym. opponent 15-6 and racked upa the game saw Keystone pro- BHS gym roof dripped wateron With 2:51: showing on the thus once again turning it
Superb shooting by Indian 33-22 lead. But the last duce only three field goals the floor In five places clock Bradford then chose to over to the waiting Raiders.
Bobby I turner and Don Win- two one-half minutes of that (six points) while the hard- nhg Friday night during the Bolles slow things down, looking for Danny Webb was the game'sleading
gate provided the home club quarter saw the Eagles close pressing Eagles chalked game. The game was stopped the 'sure-shot.'Abie Williams scorer with 17 points
with an II-point lead midway the margin by ripping off eight 19 points on nine field goals up 18 minutes due to water on the missed the basket however, for the winners. Haltiwanter
in the second quarter. But consecutive points before and one foul shot. Most of 4I playing floor. At other times and fouled Mike Jenkins. The added another 14 for the Raiders -

the high-flying Eagles, sport- Hurner could find the rangeon the field goals were closein BHS Principal Charles Francis Raider, who wound up with 10 and Soloman and Jenkins
Ing an undefeated Suwannee another long jumper priorto as the Keystone players N and Athletic Director DavId points for the night, sunk both each had ten points.
River Conference record, the buzzer. Despite the weren't able to get the defensive Hurse used towels to wipe ends of the one-and-one to put Sophomore Sheldon Hodge
came from behind In the final Eagle surge, the Indians were rebounds. water from the floor of one Orange Park ahead by four, paced the losing Tornadoes
five minutes of the game to still in command at halftime 3, end of the gym while the game 5248. with eight goals for 16 points.
win by eight points.Keystone's with a five point lead, 35- Friday night Coach Stefan was In progress on the other Bradford came back and Able Williams added another
conference record Brokas will send his fighting t+" scored as Alvaughn Golden 12 points in the losing cause.

slipped to 3-2 and their 30.Each time the Indians I Indians to Cedar Key in questof end.The two )losses dropped BHS passed off to Sheldon Hodge The free throw line was
overall record evened out to scored two-pointer in the their eighth victory The 4-6 In Florida Star Conference under the basket Orange Park the difference as Brartfo
77. Bronson upped Its sea- third quarter, the Eagles Indians will also be looking play and to 8-8 for the sea- then took control of the ball was two for two at the char-
son record to 12-5 and its would come right back witha for revenge The Sharks with 1:03 remaining in the ity line while Orange Park sunk
conference mark to 4-0. field goal of Its own. The thumped Keystone 65-52 early son.Bradford's rally came too game and ran down the clock 14 points In 20 attempts.
Bronson's Earl Greenlee led Eagles nibbled away at the in the season. late and with too little Satur- until a Tornado finally! fouled Bradford, 23-point losersto
all scorers with 26 points. Indians' lead until they went Score b)' Quarters: day night as Orange Park hung Mark Haltiwanger Indespera- the Raiders earlier In the
Hurner and Wingate com- ahead for the first time in season, took an early four
bined to score 46 of Key the game 42-41 with 1:55: left Kit18 17 10 1055 point lead in the first period.
stone's 55 points. The 5-11 in the quarter. Two 20footers B- 14 16 14 19 63 Orange Park then resorted
Ilurner bucketed 12 field goals bj with a full court press and
Wingate
pushed the KHHurner 12-0-24, Win-
while Wingate, one of two Indians to another three point gate 11-0-22, Grajson 0-0-0, Weight LiftersTo ripped off seven straight
As the Raiders con-
sophomore starters for Keystone lead but the Eagles' Barnes Ketch 3-1-7, Burke 0-0-0. points.
tinued to steal the ball away
swished the nets for closed thegap
again with a Turknett 1-0-2, Henderson 0-
11 field goals. Wlngate awed short jumper to put the last 0-0. Totals 27-1-55. for the hapless Tornadoes,

the partisan fans with his two points of the quarter on 13- Greenlee 12-2-26, John- Face FirstCompetition Orange within Park opened the closing a 15-8
fantastic 73 per cent shoot- the Scoreboard. 5-0-10 Heath 1-0-2 / make bulge
son Alvaughn Golden just doe this layup before minutes of the period.
ing The outstand- A slim
average.
one-pofntthirdquar- Barnes 6-0-12 4-3-
Harper a Bolles man catches him, giving Bradford a Bradford, however, rallied
ing pointman made 11 of 15 ter Keystone lead surged to 11, Johnson 1-0-2. Totals 29-
jumpers.early: all were 20- five points with only' a min- 563.Baby useless two points. back and exploded for six
footers. Keystone's other sophomore straight points in the final

6-2 Lester Ketch, minute of the first period.As .
connected on three field goals 1"" the quarter came to an

and one foul shot for seven h""' > 4fi Bradford High weight lift- and under class was Kevin (See
points. ZornWin c idoesight ; .? ers will face first competi- Meng. :Meng at 109 pounds, Page )
Largest home crowd of the : 0' tion next Tuesday in the Brad- lifted a total of 395 from the

season saw Keystone whip out 1 ford gym against Ocala Van- three lifts,which are the bench
to an early 8-4 lead on two guard at 2 p.m. press, press, and clean and
buckets each by Ilurner and W ( \\1 Last year the lifters ended jerk.
Wingate with less than four 3 Stra the year as state champs of Two lifters were in the 132
minutes gone In the first quar- class 3A, the first Bradford class, David Harper, 131

ter. The Eagles I William "Have given any High School State Championship pounds, lifted 485, and Mike
Barnes connected on an 18- you what of any kind In several Crews, 128 pounds, lifted tops 11)P
thought to vou're going
footer but then Hurner and Bradford High! Baby cagers Bolles game Bradford scored 4 3-0-6 Block 1- to do after gleefully ears. 495. !
I'allamy you
Wingate swished the nets a- ended the week with 10 "We are really going to In the 148 pound class Ger-
two wlns- straight points before the Totals
gflln with 22 footers stretch- 46-27 over Bolles Friday nightIn Baby Bulldogs could get on 3-5, Holbrook 1-0-2. point out" to the boss he was have to come through to get ald :Meng lifted the most, 515

ing the Indians' lead to six Starke, and then 52-40 Or- the Scoreboard. 10-7-27. wrong? as good as the team we had pounds, followed bj Stewart

points. 126. ange Park Saturday night In Then after twj points were last )'ear. We're working as Srlckland with 510 and Leo-
The teams traded buckets Orange Park. scored by; Bolles, Bradford hard, coming In after schoolto nard Sapp, totaling 485 pounds.In ;
three times until the Eagles' Three straight scored another six in a row Bantam Leader lift Last year the lifters the 165 pound class Ron- ,
did not do this" nie Hall was the man
Greenlee cut the point spreadto Baby Tornadoes with a 5-8 to give Bradford a 16-4 lead comments top
Coach Butch Redding. with total lifts of 555
four the pounds
points as quarter with
season record to date. The 1:15 remaining in the first
came to an end. All of hej- There are seven classesthe followed by Donald Loper lifting I
Baby Reds did not play Tuesday period. Finally Bolles scored
stone's in the lifters in123 490. Mike Gaskins lifted
points opening Conner compete
night as the Varsity traveled another four points to end In Runs
quarter were scored bMur- solo to Ocala Forrest. the first period 16-4. pound and under, 132 and under 460 pounds and Marshall Clo- .
At half time the Bulldogshad 148 and under, 165 and versettle raised 450 poundsin
ORANGE under, 181 'and under, 198 and the same weight class.
PARK closed the two
GAME by
gap
The Raiders points to 24-4 still In wavof Record To 60Conner under and the heavy weights Brad Carter lifted the most Slippery when wet,
BHS 9'Hopes put up a tough
battle Saturday, tj ing the game Bradford. which consist of 199 pounders of anybody on the team witha should have been posted .
and over. total lift of 685 pounds.Car-
up 12-12 at the end Bradford really let looseIn
first of the Last Monday the weight team ter Is lifting in the 181 pound at last Friday nights
ToImprove quarter. the fourth quarter endingthe Insurance won two Tatum 2, Jerry lock 1. had a practice meet and this class. He can lift In any of game against Bolles
Bradford had jumped In front gams with a 46-27 lead. games last week to maintain
BRANDING: IRON: Dinky is how it turned out: the top three classes, accord- when it started
12-6 W to ty
with less than ne Berry was the game's perfect
half of aj a record and holds onto 11
Mike
Kilby Stewart 11 Stu
solo In the 123 to
Lifting pounds Ing Redding.
the period I remaining. But leading scorer with 16 points the league lead In Bantam rain and the roof'
Rajburn 8, David Carter 4. Marlon Thornton In the same
three straight baskets by the from eight field goals, followed basketball. class lifted around 500 started to leak. I
Orange Park break away offense by Bruce Barnes with eight Koch Drugs won one and lost .-."...II.*.vi... .wwi...... .raa.,__ not__. POUnds in'-- me., Irt..
tied It up. points from three field goals one to keep its hold practice meet
Tornado baseballers on second -
open their 1973 season March will In the second quarter James and two foul shots. )David Mc place.RESULTS CONNER: : INS 27 Chuck Norton is leading in Mmetfc Sin Headquarters
STARK BUILDERS II
Aldridge tallied 10 points on Millan and James Aldridge the 198 pound class
having 3, a Saturday better', In hopes than of the board with mostly 1 layupsto each added six points to the : TUESDAY, JAN 23 Conner Insurance had lit- total of 630 pounds followed with a (A Olvlllon Of Bill' C,D, Radio IV Equipment)
a season help Bradford stretch Its Bradford total.Bradford CONNER: 34 tle trouble whipping Starke '
last jear. by Steve Register with' 450 4oT/fLY 1 Week
Bradford baseballers lead to 32-25 at halftime. cagers hit two of KOCH! 27 Builders 27-11, building up a pounds his total. Only"70AYS I

coming off a humiliating 1-15 are BUS almost completely con- seven foul shots for 28 per- Conner Insurance did not 21-6 halftime lead. Donnle Neel, a 297 pound-

win loss season record. trolled the second quarter witha cent compared to Bolles' 7 have the easy game in this er, lifted 515 pounds In DISCOUNT ON ALL
tough defense. of 14 for 50 percent. one as they did in most gamesas
Bradford ended the heavy weight class and
last year In the first season roundof Bradford's defense held the Koch Drugs really pushedthe CONNER: SCORING: Keith cording to Redding If he ac10% MAGNETIC SIGNS MADE
I
the subdistrict play' off Raiders to only six points Score by Quarters: league leaders before Robert Kelley II, Steve Brooker 7, along like he has lately 72 HR. SERVICE
to raise Edmondson 7. BUILDERS t
the score to 44-31. dropping the by seven
game will
losing to Palatka Central 11- help the weight lifting ,
Try ing hard for revenge the RHS16 8 12 104& points. : Randy Edmondson 6, team. Gary Wallace Is also in 964 8361 or 964.8346 .'
6.This iders Bolles4 It 2 10-27 Billy Lundy 5. Mastercharg & Bank AmericardWelcome
year seven returning outscored the Tor Koch's led Conner until they the heavy weight division, He
lettermen should give the Tornadoes adoes 9-8 but the effort was ran out of gas in the fourth weighs 258 pounds. On C.B. Products
a boost. They are jeless as the Baby Cageis BIIS- Aldrldge 3-0-6, Berry period. The losers had gone
nicked their third win under 8-0-16, McMillan: 4-3-6, into the final quarter leading aaaaaaaa a.a_.1 .'I'.ll..I..a..a.'JJ"J.I.J .
Charlie
Green, Tommy Wise, tFcaacaaa J..t..L ... .... .
Jimmy' Outlaw, Ronnie Kllbj! their belt 52-40. Chandler 1-0-2, Haas 1-0- 23-20 but Conner then pro ------ --
:2.! Totals 22246.:! ceeded to tie the game and
Gary Melvin and two
lettermen Carl Riherd year and BOLLES GAME:: BollesMcClelland 3-0-6, then go ahead by outscoring SHORT ON
Eddie Ilazen. In the first quarter of the Donavan 1-2-4, Ludwig 1-2- Koch 144.Conner's. CASHARE

"We have a fairlj good nucleus J scoring was pretty
for a good ball team," + IrA well balanced with Keith Kel-
says assistant Baseball Coach led hitting for II,Steve Brook-

Ilarrj Hatcher. er 10, and Robert Edmondson YOU TIRED OF COLLECTING RENT RECEIPTS OR CAN'T YOU RAISE A
"Charlie Green, Gra 9. Ricky Edmondson chippedin

Flynn, Eddie 11 a zen, Ga four,
Melvin, and Carl Riherd ha',e v ,:' r !M 1ft For Koch, Tom Lock led 10 % DOWN PAYMENT
all looked good in practice the scoring with 14 points,
according to Hatcher Wade Winkler had 9, and Jerry -

out Four later boys when will basketball be comity sea- c Lock:4.BRA.DlG. IRON 31 Would You Be Willing To Pay

son Is over but will have to
tryout and take four other STARK BUILDERS 26

team.persons places to get on the 9 Builders Branding, teams Iron that and appearto Starke Sales Tax And Set Up

be the two vying for third
Only 16 will! be allowed on
the team and if the four bas- place, placed on fairly even USE OUR FAMOUS RENTAL
ketball players are good e- terms before the restaurant PURCHASE PLAN

nough to get on the team a, km>9JN' team won 3126.Branding .
four others on the team now Iron had an 8-7 (US leys Itftr 1st Nk
will be cut from the team. R tF first quarter edge and led 17- Pflymttit)
Practice lately has been C 13 at halftime. Going Into the
final period, Branding Iron led
pretty good except some has
been hampered bj rain, according 25-20. SEE
to Hatcher. SCORING: BI David Car
Two prospects are trjlngout ter 12, Stu Rajburn 7, Mike
for catcher this Stewart 6, Dinky Kilby 4, David -
jear.
They are Ronnie Kilby and hfihr Patrick 2. BUILDERS: JOHN
David McCutchen. Carl Ri- h Mark Swain 14, Randy Ed- BROWN'S PRICE

herd and Johnny Hobbs will mondson 6, Eugene Godwin

play at first. Charlie Green 2, Billy Lundy 2.

will be playing at second base, .
Johnny !Nichols: and Eddie Ha- RESULTS: TlItRSD\: J A...25 MOBILE
KOCH DRUGS: HOME CENTER
zen at short stop, and Stuart 38
Duncan at third base. BRA..DlXG IRON 34
In the outfield for the Tor Branding Iron gave the lea-

nadoes are Gary Melvin, David gue's second place team,
.c.a ... ... ..
a. b Koch's
Kllby, Gray Flynn, Jer- a real good battle YSTONf WIGHTS, FlttfftA
imlah Johnson and Jimmy Out High school Principal Charles Francis before going down 38-34.
wipe
up Koch led at halftime 21-
law.Probable water at /last Friday nights basketball In the 16 and 30-27 after three
pitchers for Brad game quar- On. Hwy. 21 Just Ntrt. Of IlJst,.t
Bradford when Phu
ford are Hal Edwards, Tom gym it itarted to rain and the roof' ters.KOCH 4733775Mr'
leaked. SCORING: Wade
Wise and Eddie Hazen.
my
Winkler 29, Tom Lock 8,John



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Todd Brannon Is Forrest Downs Reds TELECRAPI Pag 11



All-State Gridder 4 ( i Bradford High varsity ca- Ocala Forrest has a 15-2 3-2-6, Hodge 1-1-3, Sewell
r
5-0-10 Blalock 0-0-0 Ber-
record far and are ,
gers lost another one Tues- season so
day night In Ocala Forrest ranked 20th In the state ry 0-0-0, Hampton 0-0-0.To-
Todd
Brannon.
Keystone the first team. I've talked to :, tals 15-4-34.
48-39 Sheldon Hodge led the Tor-
producing a four
Height's game
outstanding middle several
coaches of
opposing
OFBrown 4-0-8 Shows 1-
I' nadoes In the rebounding department ,
linebacker ', losing streak which started
on the 1972 teams and all that ,)
grid they agree 0-2, Coehlo 4-0-8, Batsel 4-
with 11 rebounds followed
Palatka South and then
team, was named to the If there with
third middle line
was a with 1-9, Wade 1-0-2, Chambers
leading to Orange Park and by Able Williams
Class
team A
All-State foot- backer that was feared during five. 5-3-13, Gay 306. Totals 22-
ball team last week by sports- the season-it was Brannon," Bolles. 3-48.
writers throughout the state. Bayless said.Despite The Tornadoes' record so Donnie Sewell was the top
The 170 lb. junior repeat- missing two conference far to date Is 9-8 for the year scorer for Bradford with 10
and 5-5 In the conference. points with Able Williams
edly spearheaded
the
due
Indian's to
games a suspen-
defense with his alert and hard sion by the Florida High School Bradford played a hard first right behind with eight. Dinks Gaii
hitting tackling throughout the Athletic Association, Brannon quarter against tough Ocala "We had a lot of oppor-
season. One of his best individual (who now weighs 182 lbs.) tying the game up at 8-8 tunities to score in the fourth In Men's
efforts was against was earlier named to the Su- : at the end of the first per- quarter but we just couldn'tseem
to put it through the
state-ranked
Interlachenagame wannee River Conference all- iod."I
which saw Brannon make star squad. felt that we played good hole," explains Sexton.
IS unassisted tackles. Senior running back Jack overall game In the first Ocala outs cored Bradford Volleyball
Keystone Head Coach Sheffield received honorable half," says Head Basketball in the last three quartersbut
Roy
Bayless had tremendouspraise mention on the state squad '!e Coach Mike Sexton. came close to falling In Raiford continues to lead
,for Brannon after the and also' was named on the "For three quarterswe the third as the Tornadoes the league in Men's Volley-
announcement calling him conference all-star team played good ball and In the scored 11 compared to 12. ball play but the Starke Dinks
"the hardest hitter I've ever along with seniors Bobby Hur- fourth quarter we Just seemed With seven games remain- gained ground on them, last
( like we couldn't stay on the ing on the 1973 schedule the week.
coached ner quarterback) and Steve
surpassing such for- Palatka Raiford Is 10-4 and the Dinks
I boards with them, says Sex- BUS cagers will host
Indian Byrd (center).
mer
greats as Mike South tomorrow night(Friday, are one game behind at 9-5.
Murrhree" and Sandy Gray- I ton.Bradford shooters hit for Feb. 2), then travel to Bollesof The Starke Spikers hold down
son. 29 percent of the field goals Jacksonville next Tues- third with a 6-9 record and
Bayless continued by saying ; attempted, ,according; to Sex- day, Feb. 6. They are idle Keystone Is last at 3-11.
that he wouldn't swap Brannon Saturday. In Wednesday night, Jan.24,
for any player he has seen 0 ton."Their (Ocala Forrest) Score by Quarters: action the first match was
in the state. coach said we were the tough- BUS 8 8 11 7 3 won by the Dinks over Key-
"It's just a dirty shame est defensive team of any- OF 8 15 12 13 48 stone, 15-9 and 1512.
that Brannon wasn't named Bolls bobble Is quickly taken over by the Bradford defense last Friday night body they played," said SexJaycees- BHS- Williams 3-2-8,White The second match saw Ral-
Bradford ton. 1-1-3. Henrv 2-0-4, Golden ford down the Spikers, 15-11
slippery
gym. and 15-7.
My Neighbors Third match of the eveningsaw

a big upset when Key-
Setting stone won two of three from
BHS Losses 26
t Junior Ralford. Raiford won the first

(From Page 10)) Pace In Junior game 151. Then believe it or
000QINIIN Beginners not, Keystone came back to
Park led by only the apparent go ahead basket take the next two games and
with ten seconds left In the Bowl Sat. the match, 15-9 and 1513.A .
second quarter the game. A foul was called, how- Boys Cage PlayThe similar situation happenedin
continued to fight ever, the basket did not count the final match of the evening -
savagely and the score and Williams went to the foul Twenty-six; boys and girls between the Dinks and the
back and forth for line with a one-and-one situation traveled to Gainesville Sat- Starke Jaycees, with a 19. Splkers. Spikers won the open-<
As the period came to urday, Jan. 27, and were 3-1 record, are setting the ing game easily, 15-3. The
J Orange Parks fast lIe missed and Bolles won divided into teams and bowleda pace In the three team Jr. RESULTS FRIDAY JAN. 26 next two games and the match
and stingy defense be- the game on virtue of Joe three game series similarto Boys Basketball League. BRANDING IRON 54 went to the Dinks, 15-7 and 13-
take Its toll and the Devivam's game winning lay- league bowling. The Branding Iron Restau- JAYCEES 41 10.
_' r. with 25 seconds remaining. rant is in second place at 2- The Branding Iron handedthe
!::? Florida Star Con- up The top bowler In the n 1'.I
champs took a five Clarkson was the game's group has emerged in the formof 1, and the Clvltans Club is Jaycees its first defeat of \II
"No ma'am-we don't at the half. leading scorer with 18 points, 14 year old John Samons. winless in three games. the season In a real hard fought .
a 'to heck with it all' Park's pressure de- while Devivam added 12 for the In three games last week John contest which was close until
gory.". enabled the Raiders to winners. rolled a 465 series with gamesof RESULTS TUESDAY, JAN. 23 the final quarter with Brand- FGc"'f
a 39-30 lead midway Able Williams and DonnU 127, 149, and believe it or BRANDING IRON 58 Ing Iron winning It, 54-41. 1_ -
the third period but Sewell each placed In double not, a whopping 189. CIVITANS 53Branding 'The Jaycees took an 18-14 .I
rallied back in the figures for the Tornadoes with Only five other bowlers had: Iron edged the Clv first quarter lead but then
minutes to narrow the 10 points each. a series of over 300. Roger Itans by five points, 58-53, were unable to post but four
301 three, 41-38. The free throw line was the Bennett's 390 was the second the margin established In the points in the second periodand
finally tied the deciding difference as each high series. He was followedby first quarter of play. found themselves tied 22- !
up at 48-48 late In the team had 36 points from the Pat Watts 348, Pam Rayburn's Charles Ledbetter paced his all at halftime.
j Show but 'close isn't field. Bolles had seven free 327, David Patrick's team with 19 points. Milton SCHEDULE: Thursday Feb.
t as the Raiders throws, however, compared to 318, and a 315 by Stu Ray- Baker had 13, Laverne Chand- 1: Clvltans vs Jaycees 5:45 "You gotta be kiddingyou've
-
to win it 54-50. Bradford's six. burn. ler II, and Eddie Akridge 10. p.m.; Friday Feb. 2: Jaycees
For the CMtans Willie Ber- B. Iron 3:30 Tues- only been here a week
PARKWebb 6-5- High was Joh Samon's vs p.m.;
Bradford took first game
an early
was high with 21 Samuel Feb. 6 Clvltans B. and you feel you're not get-
; 3-4-10; Sapp 0- 189. Roger Bennett's 158 took ry ; day : vs
rnIONLY lead Abie Williams
quarter as "
tas Plttman had 17. Iron 5:45 ting anvwhere. .
; 4-2-10;Haltiwan- scored five straight pointsto second place. Other highs : p.m.

Totals 20-14-54. give the Tornadoes a 9-4 were Pat Watts 145. David RESULTS THURSDAY ... -...... .... ..
Williamson 5- lead. Bolles came roaring Patrick 128, Wade Winkler, ,
1-0-2; White 3- back though, and scored seven Pam Rajburn 113, Stu Ray- JAN. 25JAYCEES
D1 'nay's ; 3-0-6; Hodge 8- straight points to take 11-9 burn 110. 71 DANIELS SUZUKIIn
CIVITANS 57
; 1-0-2; Sewell 3- lead at the end of the first
24-2-50. The Jaycees had little difficulty You Better
Quarter. Order To Serve
free throws ; in downing the CivI-
the telling' difference were It may have been better for A pitcher has signed a contract tans 71-57. I
the Tornadoes If the game and The win was the third for
night as Bolles ended for $187,000 a year .:
would have been, called off of the against no losses -
four game winning It's going to be another one Jaycees
J as when the rain subsided so for small boys Paul Jenkins with points Moved
with a slim 43-42 Flo- those springs Has
-,: -...,., .-' Conference victory. did Bradford's defense. For as dear old greedy dad dem paced the winners. Emmett ,, '
led throughout much of the fourth quarter," onstrates his version of how Bright had 16, James Akridge
r.
both teams traded baskets as 15 and Keith Carter 12.
Conspiracy"A the game and held a to throw a curve. ,
the Tornadoes still maintaineda For the losers, Willie Ber-
"ROBIN Sunday, over seven four point minute lead 40-33 lead with 4:37: left ry had 20, and Sam Pittman To 1817 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. Gainesville
in the game.
in the Bolles
game.
Bolles then scored four
back to within five
straight points and Bradford
r. 'super-sophomore failed to convert on two one-
the Bulldogs and-one situations. Clarkson
X Rated scorer and playmaker,
fouled out with 3:20: remain-
0 out with 3:20 remaining. ing but Devvam! narrowed
then seemed assured
Bradford's lead to one with v
Tornadows, but the two free throws as the clock =
llBolles team had dif showed 3:16.Bolles : r/p \ HOW MUCH
ideas as they edged regained the leadas
in the closing se Devivam sunk the go ahead
It 4342. basket with 2:20: remaining.
had opportunities to Donnie Sewell came right back
M t .tI I said Tornado Coach to sink two free throws and MONEY
, Sexton, "but missing put Bradford back on top with
n one-and-one free throws 1:32: remaining.
"
help. Bradford held its one point s.r
FRI- times In the final
lead 42-41, and the ball until
of the ballgame Alvaughn Golden was called
Tornadoes go to the for double-dribbling and ARE YOULOSING
; line inone-and-onesi- Bolles regained the ball. Fif- ;
and three times Brad- teen seconds later Bolles wenton
; to convert on the top to stay, 4342. \
The last time came It was the second time this

Williams took scored a pass season that the Tornadoeswere DAILY?
I the basket and nipped by the Bulldogs


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Bowling League \ LAZY MONEY NEEDS YOUR


ATTENTION! IT IS COSTING YOU

three Saturdays team. 49 bowlers signed up
have been averaging 39
but
bowling, 49 I people each Saturday. MONEY NOW!
and girls will now form I
In last week's instructional
bowling league,
I I to Starke Recrea session, the youngsters were
I' divided into four teams and a
Director Gene Rayburn,
team match as in
i one game
have been formed
schedule drawn up call- league bowling was set up. YOU PROBABLY HAVE SOME-
The teams were then told
league games each I the high YOU'LL FIND IT.
that the group rolling .
afternoon at 1 p.m.
"The would receive 1. In Bowls
Palm Lanes, est team score Sugar
a free game. The team composed -
teams have been or Eddie 2. Under Mattresses
of James Abridge;
with four people per Akridffe. Mike Kitchens, 3. In Chest-Of-Drawers

and Robert Edmondson rolled 4. In Safe Deposit Boxes
a combined score of 412 which
was tops. John Samons" wona 5. And the Most Likely Spot Of All-

free game by posting the IN A CHECKING ACCOUNT
.high Individual score, a 147.
Following is the top games

EXCLUSIVE ROADSHOW rolled by Individuals: John 114 EXCESS FUNDS IN A CHECKING ACCOUNT COST YOU MONEYI! PUT YOUR IDLE MONEY TO WORK
Samons 147, Mike Kitchens ,
Eddie Akridge 110, RobertEd- FOR YOU NOW AT THE FRIENDLY AND PROFITABLE PLACE TO SAVE .
SCENES mondson 107, HlalmarMcMil-
"WAGES OF SIN" zad ]lian 106, Stu Rayburn 102.

COLOR Beginning next Saturday,
January 27, each team will (Formerly First F.deral Saving Sa Loan Association Of Stark)
THE MOST BREATHTAKING SIRT ENES bowl a three game series as rl"i'
the schedule. An attemptis
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t5 .cocoac for these teams so they GUARANTY FEDERAL
? ecret can be named and awards purchased Jifiirn]
ttR : [ ] 1iJflnnt

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the fine compliments made by ,. .f.-, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
the management of Palm

Lanes with regards to our boys "The House Of Soring STARKE OFFICE
and girls," states Rayburn. ,
"The owner of the Lanes Savings Insured By The Federal '''\

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better behaved groups he has
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,5 It Mirrors Changing Styles Through the Years

So far, the Watergate trial has June 17. Liddy and James W. Mc-

yielded more questions than answers, Cord are the only two still on trial;
and the American people have been the other five changed their pleasto r' 1 1y

denied any satisfactory information guilty shortly after the trial be- .

and/or explanation of this infamouscase. ganand many observers believe y .1',

they were persuaded to do so in r,k ,r ,
order to keep from Implicating

Despite the efforts of the prose- "higher-ups" if the full story was

cution and the obvious exasperationof told from the witness stand. ,

the presiding judge, most of the !
basic questions remain unanswered, The few higher-up Republican reelection
while others have been answered in officials who have given testimony :

such a way as to produce extreme admitted that Liddy was given

skepticism concerning the verasityof nearly $200,000 in campaign money, _

the witnesses. but insisted that they did not keep .'<"-d, -
track of what he was doing with it

Even outspoken Judge John J. and did not know he was up to the (

Sirica, who has had years of experience crimes for which he was indicted. r .

in sizing up truthful and '
untruthful witnesses, was compelledto There have been implications that,
Marines still like it short.
tell one of the Watergate witnesses someone higher than Liddy may have I ""
bluntly, "I don't believe you." been involved one way or another, (
but the evidence thus far presented r" ':

Judge Sirica also accused one has neither confirmed nor dispelled tl i

of the Watergate defendants of takingthe these implications.

law into his own hands when he etr
broke into Democratic party head Due to the "poor memories"of Contrast In hair style as shown by two former r N

quarters last year, and said it was the witnesses, it is unlikely that BHS students near the start of longhair fad.It's \, ita
"ridiculous" for the defendant to the real story of Watergate will be 4

claim he committed the crime in revealed at the trial in spite of

an effort to protect President Nixon the efforts of Judge Sirica, who has just as the BIIS Irony athletes of fate won that the "All of a sudden, men who ing "out" since the long-
of the him- were letting their hair go haired style started by the
from organized demonstrators duringthe done some questioning right to wear their hair longer below their shoulders have
campaign. self. It is hoped that Senator Sam "the reign of the mane"Is begun putting the shears clos- Beetles several years ago .
Ervin the one-time North Carolina on the wane.According Phil spread like wildfire, makingIt 8
er to their ears, says difficult to tell the guys ". %
Judge Sirica, himself an Republican judge will have better luck when Angelo, president of the American from the gals. "Out of 100
to Associated
said ". .any decent American he leads a Senate investigation of Press dispatch,an barbers and Society of Men's (Hair customers with shoulder-

--Republican or Democratdeplores the conspiracy, bugging, wiretapping hair stylists from cities like Stylists. "Ears are beginning length hair, only about five
to show again-- after a long "
and breaking-in activities of New are left, Jerry says. lyi4f
this kind of conduct. York, Los Angeles, Atlanta time of hiding under pilesof
the Watergate defendants. and Denver report that hair."
In its opening statement at the men are starting to wear their Since It takes styles some In'l l IN
be hair considerably shorternot -- Jerry, the well-known"ton- time to perculate down from
trial, the prosecution pictured Gor- If this case is allowed to -
back to the crew-cut yet, sorial artist" cities to the
with Bergdorf the pace-setting
don the leader of the dropped before the full story is told,
Liddy as seven but a lot shorter than a year Goodman In New York, agrees hinterlands, long hair Is expected -
men charged with bugging, and breaking it will be a sad day for American ago. that "ears are In" after be- to linger somewhat rN ,

into Democratic headquarters last politics. C l l
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I Another Bad DecisionThe ".''.;.,'.u1Y "\,'I

The crewcut come back modeled here
.
r );t may as by
full of the ion. ; /<:',!:" 1 Buster Hughes.
impact Supreme! .. t \ ....,
.
Court's sweeping decision on abortion + ,J

may not be felt for a generationor "I sympathize with the woman ;. longer In the smaller towns school districts the right to
.
more but it has already brought carrying an unwanted child. It is :. \."pk ", and rural areas. deny students admission to
more immediate response, ranging truly a sad situation, but how can 'r, "I",>"i"; ',,, ", class If their hair Is too
Why the return to shorter
from shock to elation, than perhapsany the court justify murder of the unborn ',,,;''J.Iti"j. hair? It's easier to manage, long.

decision since the historic one to correct her mistake? Havewe .'il': '; '. say the men, who are tired The Arizona Supreme Court
hardened to the point that we ,.,.. 1ft! .\ ..
,pn civil rights. \ "' '' of struggling with hand dry- recently held that a school ,
now consider an unborn child nothing I '. ers and split ends. Also, long district has the right to establish '::

%1l The seven justices in the ma- more than a mass of cells withina and straggly hair doesn't go its own dress code,
with the trend toward which provides that hair shall
newer
woman's to be disposed of
body
with
jority carne up a three-part
neat and natty fashions. be kept off the forehead, collar -
formula that one critic said lookeda if she so wishes? and ears. The majority

good deal more like legislationthan Short hair now abounds a- opinion said the dress codeIs
adjudication. It had the prac- round film studios, bou- valid under the U. S. Con-

tical effect of a wholesale repeal of "Is this not the same Supreme tiques Los and art galleries In stitution.
Angeles. Hair
most anti-abortion laws in 46 out Court that ruled that terminatinglife t stylists In
celebrated Beverly Hills salons The Marine Corps, tradI-
of 50 states where they now exist.:: of a convicted murderer is cruel ..... report that 60 to 70 tional bulwark of short-short
and unusual punishment and therefore 1 per cent of their clients-- hair, never relaxed Its rulesin
States may only prohibit abortions unconstitutional? They tell us that t both men and womenare spite of other branchesof
Associate Justice Blackmun we should treat a murderer with N 1 going In for shorter hair. the service that tried to

wrote for the the last more compassion than innocent woo recruits with relaxed
majority:; during an Among the recently shorn,
ten weeks of pregnancy, after the unborn child. more or less, are Steve Mc- rules, Including long hair and
beer In the barracks.Strangely -
fetus has become "viable" or likelyto Queen, !Nick Jagger, Kirk enough, the Marines con-
survive on its own if prematurely "What is happening to this coun- Douglas, Tony Randall, Elvis tinued to attract more than
delivered. During the first three try when such men can sit on the Presley, Elliott Gould and enough recruits In spite o-
Tony Franciosa. Paul !Newman
months, the Court specified, the patient highest court to reconsider and reverse never succumbed to the- the policy of clipping their
and the doctor are free to the compassion it showed to t hair to the skull, While the
< long hair style, and Yul Bryn- Army and Navy: "permissiveprograms"
determine "without regulation by the criminals in not subjecting them to U J ,.,., nner won fame and fortuneby more or less

state" that an abortion should take the death penalty, I, for one, will \' keeping his head shaved flopped.If .
place and that determination "maybe not stand for it. I therefore implore l clean as abillard ball throughout -
: -, all the long hair
effectuated .free of interference the court to reconsider and k,f, : Other cue ball addicts Included craze.- the trend continues, It

by the state." reverse its abortion decision. No: > -- ,. Telly Sevelas of the films, may not be long before Earl
justice or extension of civil rightscan Curley Neal of the Harlem Morrall, Miami Dolphins

Although the decision be served by such barbaricact Globetrotters, and Isaac quarterback and almost last
was greeted a
of the
Hair style of the future crew-cuts In profes-
as depicted by actor in the Hayes, the black singer.
with praise by some "women's as abortion. sional football, has company
film
recent "THX 1138".
libbers" and others, the shock and The new trend In shortcutsis again.

disapproval of many was expressedin In making their decision, the seven epitomized by handsome
the following letter to a news- justices rejected the "right to life" George Peppard, who plays lie believes the flat-top will
paper in a neighboring city: theory that the fetus is the super sophisticated, lady- come back In style for a
a person Letters to It.S.MAIIthe: EditorDear killing Investigator on the pop number of reasons: *JIt's' cool-
with enforceable legal rights-- recog- ular TV series, "Banacek." er, cleaner, and dnsler to
"With their abortion ruling, seven nizing only a "potentiality of human He wears his iron-gray locks manage. Just brush It, and
men have declared that man may life" during the last ten weeks of cut short and brushed for- that's all you have to do.
terminate lifeunborn-- but never- pregnancy. Under the decision, almost ward with a row of mini bangs I've worn one since I was
across his foiehead. The about 11, except for a few
theless human life with wo-
no
more state legislature will have to II'
every
menat least the ones In months In 1959 when I let
reason than the wish of the wouldbe revise its abortion laws to conform. Mr. Matthews: posed action. We will cooperate down through those who serve "nanacek"find him devas- It grow. But it was uncom-
mother. Until they do, there will be no restrictions with any and all who In the most humble capacity.My tating. fortable, and I couldn't stand -
at all in most jurisdic- I write this letter not only are of a like persuasion. Let's sister died there this it."
"We have long enough heard this tions and the court's ruling will because of my own convict- coordinate and harmonize our month after several happy The new elegant look In
nonsense about abortion being a pri- bar enforcement, of stricter law. ions, but also upon the urg- efforts. A united front is years of living and pains- men's fashions has pushed the Fads come and fads go--
any ing of the taking care on the part of trend along according to and
vate matter between and members of Madi- stronger than the separated style perhaps the long-hair fad
a woman son Street Baptist Church. efforts Individuals.You rr-y the staff. experts. "We're doing a pro- has about run Its course. At
her doctor. How can they believe In making this decision we feel It Is our desire, through this call me at the church, If motion of the Great Gatsby least the barbers hope so.
that the murder of an unborn childis that the court has added one more letter, to express oppositionto you agree with our stand. ing We with have efficient had years of deal- look," says Jackie Rogers, They'll be back in business,

a private matter between two to Its long list of "liberal" rul- the proposed liquor refer- nursing homes but hospitalsand in all whose customers include actor giving haircuts to a customer -
people! No man or woman has the that undermining the stan- endum, and to call upon the Sincerely yours, have Michael Caine and singer every ten days Instead
ings are of our experience we
Denton Sumrall Pastor
citizens of Bradford County Tom Jones. "It's every three weeks or so at
right to terminate life, be it one dards and the morals of the Na to refrain from signing any Madison Street Baptist never known an Institution with groomed and cleaner. more We're best, and NEVER In the case
week or eight months after more ability or efficiency than
concept-
tion. petition which would promotethe getting away from the scrag- of some.
the staff of Starke's Nursing
sale DESERVED; PRAISETo
or legalization of "
In Home has shown in the years gly look.
liquor our community.
the editor:
that sister resi-
our was a
Contrary to popular argu- Every community has at dent. It was a great com- Barbers In campus shops My Neighbors
least one Institution or organization fort to all of us to know say more students are goIng -
ment the of
signing a peti-
The Bradford County L tion does not secure the right which devotes Its that she had the best of care the shorter route at universities
,, entire attention and activityto and attention all of the'time from UCLA to Georgia -
for anyone to express an opin
TELEGRAPHEstablished O9.l1l ion. The signing of a peti- a worthy public serviceIn that she was there. However, Tech. One Minneapolissalon
f tion Is itself the expressionof such an unselfish manner there was an even more important reported some 70 per I II
1879 :i an opinion. One signing a that it Is too often taken for. reason for us to feel cent of the long-haired kids I "WNK
have gotten closer trims. The
r.\: petition would logically be granted when small 'praiseor deeply grateful to each mem-
,-, .' ber of and that more advanced are choosing
a little commendation now the staff,
/ OeBilile
considered In favor of
that
"
-.. :;:: '
.. and then might be a great was for their obvious com- the very short "Harley-Da-
which the Is
petition seekingto
FLORIDA I \. P.ffESS I Whoever believes in me If comfort to those who serve, passion and love for their vldson style.A .
secrue. you are opposedto
\ Imay not remain in darkness. the legal sale and liberalIzation and a matter of pride and fellow human beings. This ,
ASS OCPATION I I-(John 12:45)Sometimes : of liquor, then express confidence to the commun- quality; we have found In no student at UCLA explains aI
there is a ten- this opinion now, not ity concerned. Starke has suchan other Institution to the extent that kids no longer
't.. '" VE.L. f Idency to become Impatient t Just at the polls. Don't sign institution, one that reaches that we saw it there. feel they have to protest against -
and touches the lives We want to our heart- their the
out express parents, establishment -
I with our rate of spiritual pro your name to anything which
communities.It felt appreciation for this rare life In
of neighboring or gen-
Matthews We feel that should I might eventually backfire on
: Editor-Publkher gress. we trait which lends dignity; to eral. "They'vepassed through
Published each Thursday and entered as Second move ahead more speedily. But t you. has recently touched me each patient for whom the that phase,"declares, "andno
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida soul unfoldment is not mea. I also wish to take this and my family in a way that Institution has become ahome longer feel It necessaryto
in terms of how fast or to declare I shall not forget, and for in- "
under of sured opportunity : the determination because it respects each be bothered with longhair
ct March 3rd 1819.
how slow but of how deep i I. of our member- which I want to pause to pub- dlvlsual as a worthy person.
Subscription in trade area: 1 year, $6.00; Outside our awareness, how great ia i ship at Madison Street Bap- licly thank each member of The short hair trend In "Honey, what do you have'
trade area: 1 year, $7.00. our understanding. tist Church to fight by all the staff of the Starke Nurs- -Bess Lyon Lynn schools Is being hastened by against my having acheckin.:
appropriate means this pro- ing Home from the director Melrose, Fla. recent court rulings giving account'l"Page




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Puzzles Science As To Cause The U.S. Army Memorial blem for some families. the cemetery official who are purchasing commercially to the-

affairs Agency on August Therefore the Army Mem- signs Item la of the appli- will correspond
bronze marker -
By Josephine Fontaine Multiple Sclerosis some- Inside the brain and spinal 1, 1972 contracted for the orlal Affairs Agency will cation. newly designed MIL-
Specification
Hampton Senior times called MS, Is truly a cord breaks\ down In places procurement of a newly de- provide upon request, an Families applying for the Military be cited.
Citizens essa, who celebrated their M-2114h must
mystery. No one knows what allowing Interferences with signed bronze marker to old type marker to matcha government furnished bronze
don't forget to
to the Information on
go Old 53rd wedding anniversary last For further
causes It, or what cures it. the communications be furnished for the unmarked marker already In placeon marker who desire to pur-
School House for among
your meet- week. The Sibleys are mem- the above or any veterans
No one knows why It strikes graves of members of a grave. When the old chase a matching marker
tomorrow nerve cells and muscle cells.
Ing either
evening at 7:30 bers of the Hampton Chrls- business contact your
The entrance Is some people and not others, For those who have MS, the the: armed forces according type marker Is desired a from a commercial supplier Service
tial Veteran
the Church.
p.m. on local County
Northslde of the Old or why It affects each of its outcome can be anything from to W. B, Mackall directorof note should be attached to should be advised that under
The School. victims differently. MS and minor ailments serious dis Florida's Division of Vet- the application form statingthe the law, the Government has Office any office of the
Rummage Sale Administration
spon- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bran- Veterans or
related diseases affect about abilities. erans Affairs. reason for requesting no responsibility for furnish-
sored by the Ladles Auxiliary non and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 500,000 persons in the United The damage to the protective Major changes appearing In the old type marker. This ing matcningmarkers.Therefore write to W.B. Mackall Post
of the Volunteer Fire Dept. Hall had supper with Mr. and States; It Is this country's sheath which is made of a the newly designed markerare note should be signed Mackall In order to be sure Office Box 1437 St. Peters-
Is going to be continued this Mrs. H. A. Lawson of Starke is the and by the matching marker they burg 33731
most serious crippling neurological substance called myelin, summarized as follows: said by applicant that
Saturday Feb. 3, from 9 ajn. last Friday evening. disease, unfortunately done by the body's The background field Is .... -.' --
to 1 p.m. Everyone Is Invitedto .. ., n : ;;'
We were happy to hear that .rt' _10te\I :;;:--" r""
MS is own Immune systemthewhite darker In color a rock edge Inc.1'-'u. c. ,
a disease of the t. '
visit the Hampton Fire Mrs. Grace Beal Is home ner- U.5. sl. D.Per'met IU\ull-ll
blood cells and the anti- border has been added and
House for this Sale. The La- vous system. The protective 1A\fi\\(
from the hospital. bodies that supposed to the religious emblem Car
dies will have their sheath! around the nerve fibres are s Ash
regular Arthur Bruno and Mr. and ) Xiid .lR
protect the body from disease. optional Item) Is relocatedat / %
meeting on Feb. S, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ralph Vaughan were In Somehow their ability to distinguish the bottom between the r : Yuut;;
In the Fire House. Jacksonville last Monday on for al i'm t4wt
D. your between friend and foe, dates of birth and death.
The Ladles Council of the .
business. or "self" and "nonself", has These changes were adoptedin
Hampton Christian Church to
Sympathy Is expressed
order for the
government
will meet at 7:15 Wednesday the family of Mrs. Minnie child's safety gone What away.sets this misguided furnished marker to compare
evening Feb. 7, at the Church.
Lee Gay who passed away process Into motion? Some more favorably to modern
Happy Birthday to Steele last week. Mrs. Gay was die Needless childhood tragedies scientists believe the cause memorial design.Application Q. I'm retired and eligible
Sheppard who was five years mother of James NesSmlth This column of questions and answers on federaltax I
could be by
prevented (I"
be virus DD
retirement -
might a: ,one th stays form ( to receive the
old on Jan. 28. lie celebrated who lives on Hampton Lake. responsible screening and ed- the local office of the U.S.
inactive in the host for Form 1330)) will be changedto matters!: is provided by come credit. Will the IRS
with friends who shared his We to that ucating of baby sitters,
are happy report according -
birthday cake with him. the street light on our corner to Albert H. Domm many do its years damaging before work.beginningto Or bronze reflect marker the new designof Internal Revenue Service and is published as a public compute it for me?
as soon
Congratulations to Mr. and Is now burning. Mrs. Vaughan M.D., child safety specialistand perhaps MS Is started as wellas as possible. However the service to taxpayers. The column answers questionsmost A. Yes. If you eWt to have
medical director of the
Mrs. E. S. Slbley of Ther- called the light company and Prudential Insurance Company carried out, by amalfunction administrative process coup frequently asked by taxpayers.Q. the IRS compute your tax and
they fixed the light the next In th Immune system. Both led with distribution problems you have a retirement Income
morning. So If you want your "The baby sitter should be points of view have some will require continued use of credit the IRS will also compute
street light fixed call the as aware of potential evidence to support them but the present application form How can I tell if I'm your tax form instructions. this for you. Just follow ,
company and give them the and as capable of handing more basic research Is ne- for an extended period. eligible to use the abort form I i' the directions in your tax
location of the pole and the emergency accident situationsa eded. Unless instructed otherwisethe 1040A form Instructions.CLEARANCE .

I number that Is on it.Don't thechild's Some of the most Important Army Memorial Affairs A. Basically, the short form
forget to give us your research Is on a disease that Agency will furnish the new
used if all
be
news, you can leave It at 'i!' own. "rnother. Dr.- can by Induced in animals and type marker In response to 1040A income may was from wages your, SALEWRANGLER
the Hampton General Store 1/
Domm said. is similar to MS. The disease applications currently being and not more
salaries tips
f or the Post Office or call E Dr.Domm is called EAE, short for experimental received. However It Is in dividends and
than $200
I Ask'' 468-1152 from 8 a.m. to 11 I ., suggests allergic encephal- recognized that this may In interest and do
$200 you
turn or In the evening after J fIj that the Injected
omyelitis. If an animal is pose a matching marker pro- not plan to itemize deductions. @
6:30 .
: p.m.DONOR parentspend with nerve tissue from
Charley E. "" some another animal its own immune If you reeeivc the short
<< ROLL ., ,..f\I time with system becomes sensit- Smokey Says : form in the mail, it was sent
3RD Six-Week Grading Per- \ the sitter to you based on the return
Johns ((0" ized and then begins to attack
and the
If did
iod: you filed last year. you SQUAWMOCCASINS
its
"A" Honor RollPam Stin- D r. Albert child before own the nerve tissue. Although not receive a short form I
I the symptoms vary
son, 1st Grade; D. J. Rlddlck 11. Domm house leaving from species to species as 1010A in the mail and wantto I

2nd Grade; Jay Faulkner 6th "Give the sitter an oppor- well as from animal to animal use it, a copy may beolobinl'd
About This Question: Grade; tunity to get to know your It Is the most relevant experimental > at any Internal TENNIS SHOES
A-B HONOR ROLL child and your home while system available for i Revenue office and most banks
Kindergarten: Robby Spltze, you are still on the scene to MS research. and post offices, or you may
"I have Vonda Brown, Andrea Allen. discuss your child's needs use the order blank in the 20 ALL WESTERN BLOUSES
might known boy %
my First Grade: Donna Mowry and answer questions, he form 1040 package to obtain Ladies & Girl
At the Salk Institute In San 1
would Iou that school said.
inst.rutm.nt. Lorle Jackson, Becky Crawford atotber n copy. '
Diego as well as lab- OFF ALL ITEMS
"TEM-TEX"
leave list of
Always a emer-
Dee Dee Wolters.
He forgot it on the telephone numbers, including oratories around the world, I
bus and it's .. Second Grade: Bobby Con- gency the number where scientists have Isolated the Q. la every taxpayer who is Men's Ladle's i Boys Girls
,
|lust gon tots Doug Glover Monica you can be reached the num- particular molecule In the injected eligible to use the short form I /
Would musical instrument Insurance Brown, Jenny Davis, Karen ber of a trusted friend or relative material--a constituentof 1040A required to do no? WESTERN SHIRTS AND
Helle, Jeannie Lloyd Arneth and numbers for the Is %
normal brain tissue--that
loss theftor A. No. Use of the short QO DRESS PANTS
covering Meece. fire department, police de- responsible for the animal disease I )
accidentiol damage have Third Grade: Terri Ann An- partment, emergency ambulance Some researchers think I fi.rm is optional. If you had F F "STRAW" HATS
zaldl Robby Corbitt, Wally and family doctor, sizeable expenses for such I TETSON
think that moldcule designed
-
cost less than 1 1" of the Valu Dr. Domm said. a items as medical and dental
e Faulkner Jan Kimberly,Chad the |
distract
animal ALL ITEMS CASH NO LAY AWAYS
Make week Fire
from the Prevatt,, Dianne Rhoden Doll Dr. Domm recommendedthat every care, interest, taxes, contributions .
E. Johns the
Charley Immune and arrest
system '
Waters, Nat Woods. written authorization for Prevention Week! alimony, child care, etc.,
medical treatment course of the disease. However : GENERAL FARM
emergency it be to advantageto
Agency may your
4th Grade: Debbie Parmen- should be left with the sitter there has not yet been deductions This
ter Kelly Slade Larry Stone, when the parents expect to enough edperlmentation to establish itemize
:
Marian Trlsler Kim Buhler. be out of town for any periodof this theory. The newest thing in urban can only be done on Schedul P & WESTERN
5th Grade: 'Jimmy Jones. time. Other research is needed too planning is the Downtown A of your Form 1040 and noon t
Charley E. 6th Grade Marlene Campbell "Doctors not mall with and the short form.A .
: are legally/! virus studies,epidemiological no traffic pco- ; SUPPLYLake
JOHNS AGENCY Phillip Hall Sheila Rho- permitted to treat minors survey and clinical tests. ple walking down the middleof formula for determining
den, David Stone Robbin without parental consent except The mystery of MS should be Main Street. It's been that whether or not you ahoulc: Butler Main Street 496-6041
131 S. Walnut St. Wadsworth. emergencies in the" he most said.extreme solbed as soon as possible. way in the old home town for itemize deductions found ii i I

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ThePastorsAnd Deacons Of, The First Baptist Church And The




I Madison Street Baptist Church, Both Of Starke, Florida. HerebyGo




On Record As Opposed To The Legalized Sale Of Alcoholic




Beverages In Bradford County. We Call Upon All Concerned




Citizens To Abstain From Signing A Petition For A Wet-Dry




Election And Commit Themselves To Keeping Our County Dry.






I t DO YOU WANT A BAR NEXT DOOR TO YOU ?





With Your Help, This Need Not Come To Pass.




JAMES T. BROCK Pastor DENTON SUMRALL PastorFirst


Baptist Church Madison Street Baptist Church


DEACONS DEACONSFrank


Mitchell James A. Griffin Donald F. (Bill) McRae Roger Dansby David Lawson

A. Russell Norman James V. Crosby Cecil R. Whitehead A. J. Thomas Charles Bldlock

Sr. William S. Haas Charles Scott Clarence Cooper
E.D. Tenly, Arthur A. Pratt., .
Paul D. Carter R.A. Green" Sr. '; A. W. Chapman M. L. Lawson

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.: Gerald Williams T
Louis Garner A. R. McRae J. LAWSON

Eugene Tanner F. B. Beard f\" ;', ':",' Harold Epps H. A. Lawson

John Sapp Jim Blalock
Neil Tucker M. B. Jordan ;

E.D. Tenly, Jr. R. A. Colson v Ed Lawson
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James F. Duncan J. O. Gay "' '.

Col. Harry Pl.. Hatcher Jr. John C. Greene r

G. Paul Raymond Robert Milner

W. Fred Moore Charles Hardy
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I ..... Legal Notices BROOKER IN BRIEFBy ru Community' i "News- .---.1.1By



IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IN Easterly and parallel to Call LINDA G. COX
AND FOR BRADFORD Wife.NOTICE OF SUIT- Street for a distance of 33
COUNTY, FLORIDAIN NO PROPERTYTo feet to the West line of Cherry Qualifying time for Brook- dents of 5th and 6th grades Elisabeth Given Walker .
: Clifford Owen Street; thence run Southerly er town officials closed ,at that make A's and B's In their
HE ESTATE OF OURANIA YOU ARE Dennis along the West line ol noon Saturday, Jan. 27 with subjects.by DELL CHAPTER OES clal. gin the services Sunday at .
: HEREBY NOTIFIED the following qualified for 6th grader Dell Chapter 168 OES No- Services for this began with
LAINAS Cherry Street for a distance the Connie Dyal, 9:45.: Lovefeast service at 11.
Deceased. that a Petition for Dissolution the three available council seats tice: The meeting nights have Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board
of 65 1/2 feet to pointof : Communion will be given In
of Marriage has been beginning; situate In Lots A. B. Adams, incumbent; Carl PERSONALS been changed from the first No. 2 meeting Monday night the 5:30 service. All mem I
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
filed
against you by Yvonne 5 and 7 of Block 14 of the Edwards, and C. L. Atkinson. Recent Happy Birthdays: and third Thursday night to Tuesday night Choir No. 1 bers and friends are Invitedto I
all creditors and all Rider
per- Dennis and you are reQuired Original Town of Starke, Flo- J. R. Mott is not seeking reelection Leonard Booth, Jan. 14; Cherie the second and fourth Thursday rehearsed. Wednesday night attend these services.
sons having claims or demands to serve a copy of your In each month. All Prayer Meeting. Thursday "
after his Pearl Mar- night
serving town Hinton Jan. 21
rida, as per plat thereof recorded ; All members are asked to
against said estate. written
defensesif to It Circle will
any N diligently for about 18 Jan. 28. members are asked to please night the Ladies
in Deed Uook Page years. key,
You and each of the please cooperate with the financial -
you, arc on plaintiffs attorney, The remaining two councilmen remember the next meeting meet at the home of Mrs.
759 thereof of the public records -
hereby notified and requiredto whose name and address is of Bradford County,, are: C, J. Stalnaker and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes night will be held Thursday, Annie Bell Mosley. Prayer activity which has been
file any claims and demands Dudley P. Hardy, 114 North Florida. Henry Harrell. These two do enjoyed visiting and going to Feb. 8. All members are Band will meet at Mrs. Clarence scheduled for the second Sun'I
which you, or eitherof Walnut Street, Starke, Flo- The ushers day in March. We hope every- )
Covington's.
be
not seak re-election this time church with their son and asked to please presentand
at public auction to the high- ,
have the rida 32091 and one will have the mind to work
against file the ori-
,
you may in the kitchen
due to the fact that council- daughter-in-law Mr. and on time. Business of vital will sell pies t
est bidder for cash at the ,
for
estate of OL'RANIA LAIN AS ginal with the clerk of the success.
.
East front door of the Bradford men are elected for two year Mrs. Tony Castien,last week Importance. Friday and Saturday at 6 p.m. '
deceased lato of Bradford above
styled court before
on or School
The Monthly Sunday
and
terms. ( 20-21). Tony
County, Florida, in the office February 19, 1973; other- County Courthouse in Mayor Roy Carroll had no end Valerie Jan.have bought a new CHURCH NEWS teachers meeting will be held. Ebenezer Baptist Church, 'J
'it the Circuit of Bradford wise Starke, Florida, during the Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor.
Judge a judgement may be entered this Bethlehem Freewill All teachers are asked to
did Greater -
opposition nor where Tonyis
year
; house In Tampa,
legal hours of sale, to-wit: School ,
County, Bradford County against you for the relief between the hours of 11:00 Town Clerk Joyce Stokes. serving in the U. S. Air Baptist, Rev Jasper Williams please be present The ushers Sunday 9:30.: Morn-
Courthouse In Starke, Brad- demanded in the complaintor AM and 2:00 PM same being With no opposition, whetheror Force. pastor. The 23rd anniversary will be selling dinners Ing service at 11 with the .f
ford County, Florida, within petition. not there will be any need Mrs. Ann Weinman, Mrs. of the church was Saturday. Sunday is Pastoral Junior Choir rendering ser-
six months from the date of WITNESS!'. my hand and the the legal a legal hours sales of sale.day and for a Town Election, set for Lucy Edwards and Mrs. Inez observed last Sunday begin- Day. Services will begin with vices. Evening service at 6:30.: ;

the first publication of this seal of said Court on January Dated/ this 25th day of Jan- Feb. 13, depends upon Flo- Green enjoyed a book review ning with Sunday School at Sunday School at 9:30: ; Morn- Visitors always welcome. "

notice. 1973. uary, A. D., 1973. rida's Election Code Law. given Wed. afternoon, Jan. 9:30.: Morning service at 11 Ing service at 11. The Deaconesses ro'
Each claim or demand must Gilbert S. BrownAs 17, by Mrs. Harry Bennettat a.m. The pastor spoke from will be selling din-
be in writing and must state Clerk of said Court ELEMENTARY SCHOOL the Gainesville Women's the subject "The People Had ners Sunday at 12:30.: Leagueat The multi-automobile family ,R

the place of residence and By: Beulah M. MoodyAs of Bradford County, FloridaBy Brooker Elementary School Club. Mrs. Bennett of Brooker a Mind to Work." Dinner was 4 p.m. Evening service, is becoming pievalcnt. You

post-office address of the (Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Virginia F, Darby, D.C. recognizes the following stu- has written a book about served at 12:30.: The day's 6 p.m. Visitors always wel- can easily bllOl|> the man with ,d
claimant and must be swornto George H. Pierce dents for their outstanding her late husband, "A Profileof activity was terminated witha come. three cars he is always comIng :..
by the claimant, his agent, 1/25 4t 2/15 203-205 N. Temple Avenue work during the third 6th- Harry W. Bennett." song service by the Junior out of a garage: or calling ,I..
or his attorney, or it will be Starke, Florida 32091 weeks grading period: Choir. Greater Allen Chapel AME a tow truck. .
void according to law. Attorney for Plaintiff Mrs Scott's room, 5th BROOKER BAPTISTThe The anniversary was suc- Church, Rev. B. J. Williams e e e .r
Each creditor shall deliver NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Up 2/1 gradeDavid Raulerson,Jimmy church had a very Inspirational cessful, spiritual and flnan- pastor. Sunday School will be- .;
sufficient copies of his claimto REGISTER FICTITIOUS Mann. day. About 18 men "
enable the Circuit Judgeto NAME 6th grade- Angle Andrews, filled the choir and severalmen .',.
mail one to each personal Notice is hereby given that In The Circuit! rniirfjjf: Fo- Connie Dyal, Snarl Green Doreen gave inspirational talks .- Y- :a

representative.Dated the undersigned, under the rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, Jakab, Martha Lewis, during the Morning Worship f .
January 2, A.D., 1973. provisions of 20.953 Laws of In and for Bradford County, Darlene Mott, Kay Prescott, service. This was in observance I'' r" .
SOUTHEAST FIRST BANK OF Florida, Acts of 1941, will register Civil Suit.CHARLIE. Sharon Tetstone of Baptist Mens The Ultimate Name I In';
JACKSONVILLEBy with the Clerk of the R. BRASWELL and Mrs. Hurst's room, 4th Day The only thing, they had ,
: Thomas F. Simmons, Circuit Court, in and for Bradford SYBIL E. BRASWELL, his grade: Kim Thomas, Sheila to have women to play the ,

Trust Officer County, Florida, upon wife Plaintiffs, -vs- JOHN Starling, Elaine Mott, David piano and the organ.SWEETHEART Cooking Ranges.
As Executor of the Last proof of publication of this BROWN and SHIRLEY M, Sparks. 5th grade: Doug Wat- E

Will and Testament of notice the fictitious name of BROWN, his wife Defendants. son, Tamara Johns, Janine BANQUETThe
OUR AM A LAINAS, Deceased Dixie Motel, 744 N. Temple NOTICE OF SUIT Wliiingtiam. Miss Hill's class, annual Sweetheart Banquet -
1/11-4t-2/1 Ave.. Starke, Fla. 32091 under TO: JOHN BROWN and 3rd grade: Frankie Andrews, is set for Sat. night, r.
which we are engaged in SHIRLEY M. BROWN, his wife Feb 17. Plans are being made MAGICCHEFHThe
business at Starke, Fla. You, John Brown and ShIrley Monica Green, Lee Orten, and different committees are
CALL FOR BIDS Mr. and Mrs. J. E. MI111- M. Brown, are hereby Brenda Willingham, 4th grade: working in order to make
gan, (partnership), 744 N. notified that a Complaint to Susan Douglas, Linda Manning this an enjoyable and Inspirational -

The Board of County Com- Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. foreclose certain mortgage Mrs. Sherwood's 2nd evening for the youth. .
missioners of Bradford Coun- 32091. the following described property grade: Debbie Polk, Bradlee The multiple age choir, under :'
ty Florida will receive sealed Dated this 16th day of Jan- to-wit: Cox and Tiny Hodge, Cindy the direction of Lavern .. ,
bids to be opened at 10:00: AM uary, 1973 A. D. at Starke, Commence at a point where Raulerson, Penny Jakab. Outlaw, Sr., participated in ,,:
on the morning of February Bradford County, Florida. the West right! of way line of 3rd grade: Paul Copeland, the Associational Music Fes-
;oth 1973 in the County Com- 1/25 4tc 215PUBLIC State Road intersects South Renee' Mott, Drew Andrews, tival held at Bay less Highway Economical Way To CookIs :.
missioners room in the court- line of N 1/2 of SE 1/4, Sec- Martin Hunter, Sharon Fus- Baptist Church Sunday after- :
house for the following: tion 33, Township 6 South, sell, Randy Starling. noon, Jan. 28. They are happyto .'
This will be considered as HEARINGA Range 22 East, run North Mrs. Jackson's Class, 1st report that they were rat- A Magic Chef Gas .
a package bid and will be for 25 degrees West along said grade Kim Carroll, Richie ed an 88, which is jut two Range :
the year beginning February Public Hearing will be held West right of way line of Comerford, Carol Fussell, points under Superior. .
5th and running through January Friday February 16th, 1973, at State Road 100 290 feet for Don Green, Doug Green, Elaine -, '..1
31, 1974. 7:30 P. M. at the Chamber of point of beginning,thence con- Tetstone, Tootsie Tuc- PRAYER LIST: Roy Green, : .:.' ,
I. Regular Gasoline not less Commerce Office of Starke tinue North 25 degrees West ker.Recognized Wilbur Barry, N. G. Hayes, '
that 94 Octane. Florida, for following pur- along said West right of way for good efforts: Grace Dukes, Emmitt Rauler- ):
2. Diesel Fuel # 2 : line of State Road 100, 94 Joel Ellington, Denise Keen, son, Sonny Dukes Morris Dy- rF
3 Motor Oil, Case Lots In pose 28-6S-22E feet to South right of way Danny Raulerson. al, Jim Keen, Myrtle Fletcher, FEATURING : ;
24 line of SAL Railway, thence Carl Hodge, Michael Edwards, ) -
quart cans and 55 gallon 1- Lot 52 1/2 feet N&S by 105 Xf .
SAFETY PATROLThe Mrs. Mallow, Emm Lou Tom- ..... ;...
North 67 West 1
drums. Motor Oill will meet feet E&W BND. E. by Broad degrees along :-. 1'a
API Service ClassificationsDS way Street, N. said South right of way line last meeting of the linson, Charles Perry, Pitt 36" Range ; I _-=-- -" ;. .:
available in SAE Grades of SAL Railway 214 feet, School Patrols was 12573.We Baxter, Ida Lee Plummer, I
10 W thru 40 W. This Oil by Beaver & S. by Tyus. thence South 7 degrees East elected a captain, Lt's Zulene Harrell, Mrs. Henry's 4 Burners-I I = : :{:

is to meet requirements of Anyone wishing to be heard 162 feet, thence North 89 degrees and a Secretary, and new mother, Lyndon Johnson's family .
engines operating under must be present at this time. East 223 feet to pointof posts. The new captain is and PEACE.Wasbbaskefc. *
service classifications D.S. beginning.has Shari Green. She is head of Lift Up Top I i I ""v .

This oil is to meet require- L. M. GAINES been filed against you the patrols. She makes the dm o Now I I _
ments for Military specifications Chairman Zoning Board and you are required to servea decisions. The new morning Storage : .:-
M I L-L45199 for high City of Starke, Florida copy of your Answer or Lt is Doug Watson who is I
output diesel engine crank- ATTEST: Pleading to the Complaint on responsible for the morning By Joyce Champion fljjl Compartment
I
case oil. It shall also meet Merrill Edwards the plaintiffs attorney, Geo- Patrols and goes around and I I .. .
the Manufacturer's recom- City Clerk, City of StarkeIt rge H. Pierce P.O. Drawer checks the Patrols and see Broiler, .
mendations for series 3 lub- 2/1 1030, Starke, Florida, 32091, if they are on their post Many clothing stains are ','
rications. and file the original Answer The afternoon Lt, is Beth Ha- too stubborn to remove by ;'
home laundering \ ..
Pleading In the office of milton who has the regular I
4.fotor! Oil in lots or same dutyas :
case
methods. Following are waysto :
\ I
24 quart cans and 55 gallon PUBLIC HEARINGON :; the Clerk of the Circuit Courton the morning Lt. except in combat some of these special ,.
drums to meet API Service REZONINGA :; or before the 26th day of the afternoon. The Secretary problems: \ ... .'
Class MM MS & DG avail- February, A.D.1973. Connie Dyal the job Is to Mud Let mud dry and \ : .
able Sal: Grade, lOW thru 40 public hearing will be held If you fail to do so, Judg- write and keep up with the brush off as much as possible. I .'
W and meet Military specifications 16 1973 at ment by default will be taken record of the meeting. The Launder in the hottest water
FridayFebruary ,
other Patrols has post two Bate for the fabric. If the Li
1\11 LL-2104 A. 7-sn:: P. M. at the Chamber of against you for the relief demanded -
patrols some in the morn- stain still remains sponge it $19900
5. All oil in the Complaint.
purpose grease Commerce Office of Starke with rubbing alcohol then .
Grade 90 and 140, 5 gallon and Florida, for the following purpose This notice shall be pub- ings and some in the after- launder again.
55 gallon drum. Gear lub- lished once each week for four noon. Posts are the cross- .
ricate must meet M I I L-L DAVIDSON: DBA Jo Lou consecutive weeks in the walk, flagpole, front doors, Paint then- Scrape the off stained fresh II
,
paint sponge
2105 Specification: Bradford County: Telegraph, right and left halls, locker ."
Motel I, S. 301 HWY. Pla- fabric with turpentine or I
6. Multi-purpose grease In cing a Mobile Home Unit Starke, Florida. room, and the stage. The Patrols paint thinner and launder.
35 lb containers and 120 Ib 32-6S-22 E Done and Ordered at Starke, are made up of stu- Chewing Gum Rub the SAWYER SLADE GAS >:
containers. Beg. 528.29'N & 499.62'W Florida, this 25th day of January gum with ice and scrape it ..
7. All # 2 fuel and kero- of SE COR of N.E. 1/4, RUNS. A.D. 1973. off when it hardens. Rub the ,
manded In the Complaint I
sene to be supplied to the 40 DG II MTV. E. 350', S signed, Gilbert S. Brown This notice shall be pub- stained moving area product with a like stain new re 332 W. Madison Starke, Fla. :' .
courthouse, Agriculture Com- Clerk, Circuit Court
49 DG, 49 MIN W. 349.3'N lished
once each week for Borateem Plus then launder.
plex, Health Clinic and County Bradford County, Florida

40 DG 11 MIN. W. 350'TO four consecutive weeks in the Rust Use a commercialrust 964-7701
'all. The successful bid-
STATE ROAD R/W N. Bradford County Telegraph remover, following packI I
,
..
der will purchase from the signed, George H. Pierce
49 DG 49 MIN. E 349.30'TO Starke, Florida. Ann direction explicitly.
present supplier all under- POB EX. R/W P.O. Drawer 1030 Done and Ordered at Starke,
Starke, Florida, 32091
ground equipment at the major
Florida, this 23rd day of January -
heard
Anyone wishing to be
011 company prices. must be present at this time.L. Attorney for Plaintiff A. D., 1973.
/sGilbert S. Brown
The Hoard reserves the M. Gaines LET
right to reject any or all bids. 2/1 4t 2/22 Clerk, Circuit Court ,',:
Gilbert S. Brown Chairman Zoning Board Bradford County, Florida I ,
Clerk to Board County C City of Starke, Florida (SEAL)

commissioners. ATTEST: George H. PierceP. IN THE ate grap4
NOTICEIn O. Drawer 1030
Merrill Edwards ::2
2/18 Starke Florida 32091
2t 2/25 ,
City Clerk, City of StarkeIt WORK FOR YOU
2/1 The Circuit Court of Flo- Attorney for Plaintiff ..J'!'
rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, 2/1 4t 2/22 j .' '
IXC NOTICE In And for Bradford County. '1 '.,

any I debts am not other responsible than my own.for NOTICEIn Case No.MORTGAGE. FORECLOSURE NOTICEIn They Provide Instant Reader Response In Assisting You To Sell A House, 7

Richard T. McLauglilin. The Circuit Court of Flo- GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS The circuit Court of Flo- Car, Boat, Motorcycle, Or Rent A House, Find Employment Plus Thousand '
i 125 3tp 2/8 rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Other Uses ,','
rida
In And For Bradford County OF GAINESVILLE: a Eighth Judicial Circuit, n_
Case .NO. 1472 corporation Plaintiffvs- In and For Bradford County. .
:NOTICE; THE KEYSTONE STATE HOMER: C. GOODMAN and Civil Action. Case No. For The Convenience Of The Readers Of Th. Telegraph We Provide The Following Form, For Fast Accurate .' O

die Bradford County Boardof BANK a banking corporation, ETHEL GOODMAN, his wife, RETheMarriageotVer/ : Want Ad Service. ....f i
Public Instruction, Starke, PI alntiff, -vs- BERXARDEMA.'WEL Defendants. non R. BARNETT, Husbandand .j....'
I Florida, offers for sale the NOTICE OF SUIT PEGGY D. BARNETT!'. ,
following surplus vehicle: ; and his wife WILMA, Defen-W.ElIA.L'EL TO: HOMER C. GOODMANand Wife To Use The Form, Please Print What You Want To Appear In Your Ad On The Form Below. :::':

One 0)) used 1956 Dodge ETHEL GOODMAN, hit NOTICE OF SUIT .,

Pick-up truck, utility body, dants.NOTICE OF MORTGAGE wife TO: PEGGY D. BARNETT!'. The Cost Of Want Ads I Is $1.75 For 15 Words Or Under, 8* For Each Additional Word Over 15. !
six cylinders, 3/4 ton. Mod31 FORECLOSURE SALE You, Homer C. Goodmanand Apt 55, Botany Arms, Greenville .: :
#C3400DG116 Serial I Public notice is hereby giv- Ethel Goodman, are here- South Carolina ,y.r
#81492411 en that pursuant to and in by notified that a Complaintto YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Please Mail Form, Enclosing A Check Or Money Order To Telegraph, P.O. Box :
This vehicle be Inspected strict accordance with the foreclose certain mortgageon FIED that an action for dis- .
may '
Drawer A Starke
at the school bus garage. Summary Final Judgment of the following described lution of marriage has been ,, Fla. 32091. Ad Deadline Is Monday Noon. rw,"

Sealed bids will be acceptedat Foreclosure entered in this property, to-wit: filed against you and you are ;
the office of the County cause on January 25th, 1973, North half (Nl/2) of Northwest required to serve a copy of ;: }
Superintendent until 9 a.m., the undersigned as Clerk of quarterJ'\VI/OotSouth- your written defenses, if any, .
Tuesday, February 6, 1973, said Court, will on the 12th east quarter (SE1/4) of Sec- to it on GEORGE H. PIERCE, ...:" ::
and will be opened at that day of February, 1973, sell tion 3, Township 6 South, Attorney for Petitioner,whose ,'1.1;
time. The envelope shouldbe the following described real Range 21 East, lying Westof address I. P.O. Drawer 1030. .', ..' 1
marked "Bid-Surplus- property situate in Bradford State Road No. 225 and Starke, Florida, and file the .;
hicle", County, Florida, to-wit: containing thirteen (13) acres, original with the Clerk of the ':'I
I The Board reserves the Beginning at the intersec- more or less. above-styled Court on or before :.e'I
right to reject any or all bids. tion of the North line of Call has been filed against you February 26th, 1973,
j Jim TempleSuperintendent Street with the West line of and you are required to servea otherwise a Judgment may be ',-: ''I
I Cherry Street In the City of copy of your Answer or entered against you for the relief ,,:t>; :
I 1/25 2t 2/1 Starke, Florida, thence run Pleading to the Complaint on demanded in the Petitionfor ..:..,"
Westerly along the North line the plaintiff's attorney. Dissolution of Marriage. 'or: 'I
of Call Street for a distance George H. Pierce, P. O. WITNESS my hand and the -1'1'.1
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT of 55 feet, thence run Nor- Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, seal of said Court this 23rd
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT therly and parallel to Cherry and file the original Answeror day of January, A.D., 1973.
OF FLORIDA IN:; AND FOR Street for a distance of 40 Pleading In the office of Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
BRADFORD COUNTY feet, thence run Easterly and the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Bv: Beulah M. Moody, "
parallel to Call Street fora or before the 26th day of Deputy Clerk al
CIVIL ACTIONIn distance of 22 feet, thencerun February, A. D., 1973. GEORGE H. PIERCE !.>'
re: The Marriage of Clifford Northerly and parallel to If you fail to do so, Judg- Attorney for Petitioner ',,0 .::
Owen Dennis, Husbandand Cherry Street for a distance ment by default will be taken : "

Yvonne Rider Dennis, of 25 1/2 feet, thence run against you for the relief de- 2/14t 2/22 CLIP AND SAVE FOR FUTURE USE 03..1>'=31 I Ij






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SENIOR SAVE WITyLLL

CITIZENS '

r-
4.- .
Working twwards the goal of r .
the White House rI
Conference on I rt ,
Aging we were elated by the t
proposal of Pros. Emory Batman t
of Green Cove Springs I
Senior Citizens to hold Joint
membership meeting. We met
Tues. Jan 23 at Pratt Rec. /Z t1U MA. PAEf
Center to exchange Infor oF
mation and Ideas for continued ,
promotion of Senior Citizens 4 Vrs.
Clubs within this area, Irrespective ,
of affiliation with 1
either the AARP or Nat'l
Council of Senior Citizens

etc.Our meeting with the G.C.S. '94t,

club was by'a a great short success talk and enlivened enhanced BEEF PO PRICES GOOD THURS. FEB. 1 THRU WED. FEB. 7

by amusing Jokes by 430 WEST MADISON STREET, STARKE, FLORIDA
Pros. Batman It was Inter- W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF NEW YORK W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

families of resting the Sapp to In note Bradford and that Wainwright kin-folks County;, Strip Steaks 1 10 AVERAGE 8 $998 Cubed Steaks 5 LBS OVER.OR $819 FRESH PINEBREEZE FLORIDA USDA ALL INSPECTED WHITE GRADE 'A'

were well represented. QUARTER SLICED HICKORYSmoked SAVE 3le W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FULL CUT BONELESS EXTRA LARGE

ed New our members Club who join- Ham "SSc Round Steak $138 58W
were
"Sarge"
Ben Suslow and Ed.Ollerman. . ,.
We hope they will have many SUNNVLAND THINSliced SAVE 41 c W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS EGGS
happy times with us. Ed Ol 1 DOZEN
lerman won the door prize Bacon . -: 69C Top Round Steak lB. $148
donated by Della Speed. It
.
was good to see Bill and CRACKIN' GOOD D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESSBiscuits
Hazel Richards back after .
10C Shoulder Steak
their recent Illness. 'Their e e e e lB. $139

presence surely made our W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SAVE 30e W.D BRAND PURE SAVE 1 8e
meeting more enjoyable.
We are truly sorry to hear Chuck Steaks 5 IBS.OR $639 Ground Beef 3 P: $199
of the Illness ot our vice pres- OVER .
Mary Allen, Marian Batch- a THRIFTY MAIDSugar
elder Joev Stein and Ercll
Bates. We hope that they will SAVE 45e
all be well soon.
Happy Birthdays were Alex USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN '' sUyORANGE
Morton and Mae Boyce. There OR
were no,wedding. anniver- GBANOLATED
saries. W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTED LEMONLIMEGatorade
Our members were asked to
write a short Valentine poem CtfOAAD!
for our next meeting.The win
ners of this competition will Limit 2 with $7.5O or more purchase excl.cigarettes
be hearts.crowned King and Queen of Turkeys

"Democracy In Action" Limit 4 w/$7.50 or more purch.excl.cigs.
Jail. 24, Senator Bob Saun-
ders, Senator Jim Williamsand
Rep. Frank Williams con-
ducted a meeting in the County 18 IBS.
Court House dealing with
the problemn within their political -
districts. They will try & UP
to enact legislation to solve 38$4882
these problems when they $
meet in Tallahassee in April. :
Sen. Saunders said "When
you handle local problems at
homo you are a lot better .
off." With this statement,senIor LB.
citizens heartily approve.
We are In favor of local gov-
ernments grappling with local fit\
affairs. This does not mean 10 to 14 Ibs. L6.45c SAVE 46c ____
local isolationism but it does
ean local,'responsibility: ; bye
people.and elected offi- STOKEIYCatsup
SAVE 32e THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes
Ials combined In a close, Quantity Rights WINN DIXIE STORES. INC.
nit policy,ivith our State and Reserved COPYRIGHT 193 *"* .I",)lr P .. 6 LANs 8Sc
ederal governments. In this W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF "
espect, as spokesman for our SAVE 12c JUMBO KLEENEX

! spoke Senior on Citizens a minimum Club program, I again Roast. e . e e e LB. 99eSAVE \ 10 Towels . 3 ROLLS 8Sc
of the lOc W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS 'toa 5 VF
Immediate needs of the ; SAVE SOc ARROW GIANT

within elderly[ this, poor area.and 1) The children dire Rump Roast< . e e LB. $149 u. ,, Detergent .. 2 PKGS. 88'Limit
eed for transportation! 2)
teps should be taken to setup SAVE 3Jc VAN CAMP 2 w7.50 or more purch. excl. cigs.Pot .
.
a :lealth Care Clinic for Preventive Pork & Beans 6 16'01.CANS 88e Limit 3 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes SAVE 4Sc THRIFTY MAID
Medicine. This Health . 29'0..
Clinic could be headed by ageneral 12c VAN CAMPChili Sliced Peaches 4 CANSSAVE 88cSAVE

staffed by veteran practitioner medics, and and I I & Beans 3 IS'/J-OI.CANS 88C lOe DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
urses who will be discharged e . e 32.01JARS' C
kith our final withdrawal frompie SAVE I2c VAN CAMP .,2 88Vienna
Viet Nam War. 3 ALL PURPOSE
40 's88c
Where will we get the money Sausage e 48 oz
for these mich needed Astor Oil .. .. .. .. BOTTLEBTLS 88CSAVE
brograms? Bradford: County 2Sc STOKELY SLICED
tecelved 16'o.. KRAFT FRENCH
$217,800 Oct. 1972.
Green Beans 4 88C .
[similar The County will receive a e e e e e CANS Salad Dress? Ig 3 88cSAVE
amount for the year
37c VAN CAMPBeenee 32-oz.
973. This 'sum equals about KLEENEX
.400,000 until the end of 1973 Weenees 5 8 o>. 88C 200 CT
and yet mor...to come until . CANS BOTTLES Facial Ti?ice 3 BOXES 88C
975. PILLSBURY
I We, the Senior Citizens Clubs
fully believe.that'some of this Pancake Flour 2 ;K LB 88C
f money can and should be chan- SAVE 37aSTOKELY /ItJ
eled Into
f f ets. these worthy pro- ill

j We are a growing State and I'; LIPTON
i growing County.We are first CUT GREENBEANS 'eba .WU
rcentage wise of'senior citi- III
jens In the:Nation' We must THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS
repare tor'.those retiring at
.lie rate of;),000 per day In
lie nation. Florida will re-
Tea
jjelve a large amount of these Bags
Retirees plus the natives of ORSAVE "
lur State. This revenue which VgNi A C Ice Milk
ft coming back to us, is from
ml 1 of our taxes and shouldd 11'
Limit 1 with $7.5O 4
mustbe spent for the benefit or more purchase excluding cigarettes lcr .,
STOKELYC.S.
of all of the people. __MLLK _
I Although we received a 20% OR W.K.CORN
crease In S.S., we are stillft .
behind because of inflajfcn -
a : .
which is not of our .r
ring If everybody was liv- SAVE
ing on our low fixed incomes, 3
Mr economic system wouldn
becomo'deflattonary. Weme 30e
snared between the two
lids of the pendulum,inflation
d deflation'and we aredeflBely 100-CT.
on the;lower side. WeWed 5
relief soon. That Is why 88i: ,PKG.
Itvas glad to attend the pub- HALF
If hearing by Sen. Saunders 1-O1.
*. Wllliamt and Rep. WllMm GALLONS
*. We hate laid our probe CANS
In front of our elected
wtslators and trust that theyme THRIFTY MAID SAVE 30c OCOMA CHICKEN SALISBURY OR TURKEY U.S. No. I VENTVURegular

.was.Our- .due consideration to our Bartlett Pears . 3 CANS l6-oi. 8Rc Meat Dinners e e .. 3 oK; ;s: 88c Potatoes l If ; 'ic
next meeting will be
F*b. 13. This will be our THRIFTY MAID SAVE 17c POLY BAG SHOESTRING FRESH

C valentine| ter, Pratt party St.,at 1 pm.the Bring Rec. Stewed Tomatoes 3 CANS 16-01. 4 C I O'I tJ JI 4CONU 11 OC! roiida!! r Oranges 5 BAG 49C
1' >oem and leave. the Judging
to?s. SAVE 17c CHACKIN GOOD SAVE 30c MORTON APPLE, CHERHY PEACH OR, VINE RIPE

--Joe Kerrigan; Saltines . e e 3 PKGS.PKGS.MB.. 88C Fruit Pies. 3 2 ;oS.; 88c Tomatoes. e e La.39c

SAVE 17. DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE TWIN OX DIXIE FIRM HEADSFresh

"U F II WE get It DON'T for you.HAVE Office IT Flaky Rolls . e 3 '. 88C Whip Topping 3 QUARTS 88c Lettuce e LB. 15C

.I.lIes. Furniture Equipt .
SAVE 23. OCOMA CHICKEN. BEEF OR TURKEY RED DELICIOUS DIXIE DARLING

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'LITTLEDS THAT\ cET: BIG RESULTS'

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$10 REWARD For "Pete", 70,000 BTU Wall Gas Heater HELP WANTEDExperienced WE MAKE ALL PHOTOGRAPHER MOBILE HOMESlNc,
NEED ONE: GOOD 10 lb. male Persian cat. with vent; new burner. Like Sewing Machine operators. MAJOR APPLIANCE WALDO FLA.
Light gun-metal gray with new, $100. Call 964-6929 after Permanent position for people PH. 468-1287 This WeekSPECIAL
WOMAN FOR THE darker markings on body & 5.2 2/1 seeking permanent employ- REPAIRS
STARKE AREAWe bushy tail. Does not know tp- ment. Apply Cadillac Uniform FIAT CUSTOM PRINTING
word "kitty" but answers to 441 E. Brownlee St., EXPERT REPAIRMEN
want a woman who Is Pete. Plastic flea collar. LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf Starke, Fla tfchg. From Your Negatives 12 x 60 3 BR l/2 Bath
a self f starter and who I Is Housepet. If found please hold & Country Club ready for SALES-PARTS CALL 964.8363 55,295
for Investment.Lots COPYWORK
building on or
looking for more than just & call 964-5394. Mrs. Ed- SERVICE
1/2 Starke
a job. We offer an exciting mond Tenly, 516 S. OrangeSt. acre and area larger.approximately Paved roads LUZIER needs ladles Q7 and USED IMPORT CARS I INFORMAL PORTRAITS 1650 N. Tempi Av.
worldof Disappeared from SonnyTenly's up) to take orders for Luzier Appliance Service 964.7212 Storke. Fla.
in the only 3 minutes from town.
career house In front of Be- Cosmetics. Louise Stern Ma- HARFRED AUTO AND PASSPORTS
cosmetics an opportunity thel Church. Itp Call. 964-7701 tfchg, 8 a.m. to 5pm nager 964-5616. 2t 2/8 IMPORTS, INC. 323 Brownlee St. TP Open 971.6 Sun.
to build a big busines
509 E. University I
right in your home. If FOR SALERegistered Angus -
MATURE LADY wanted for 372-4373 .
with FOR SALEAll any part Galnosvi Afn' MILLER' ItmaVOLKSWAGEN
you enjoy working calves. Phone 9646114.
East of Railway telephone survey work In : SEWING
people, appreciate find of 36 in lots Starke.lying Suitable for J. B, White tfchg Starke area. Please reply to Mobil Horn*

cosmetics and are looking rental houses or duplexes.A. P.O. Box 333, Jacksonville. INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES 4I. MACHINESales
for a career where J. Thomas, Realtor. Ph ALCOA SIDING SPECIALIST- Fla. 32201 Itchg SELLING? Expando Rooms & Add
you can earn a much 9645701. chg Since 1938. All Wood CoveredIn On Rooms and Service
better than average In. Aluminum. Workmanship CONTACT Free Deliverand Set Up PFAFF- ELNA

come. FOR SALE-19681/2 ton Chevy Guaranteed.. O. Box 1081 WILLIAM, J KEYSTONE DAVISP. r FOR RENT 1 GEORGE ROBERTS 100 MILE RADIUS New & Used New Horn
RITE\\ TO FASHION Fleetside V-8 56,000 miles HEIGHTS, FLA. (904) 473- REAL ESTATE BANK FINANCINGHWY Sales Service 'WJ WHITE I
220 excellent condition, radio, 3366. 9tp 1/25/73 17 NORTH I
532 S, EDGEIVOOD\\ heater, new tires on front GREEN COVE 1 Mi. North of the Moll $49.50 up

JACKSONVILLE, FLA 10"new wheels 16.5 mUdgrip on real.$1200.00 tires on HOUSE WATSON'S OF VACUUMS FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed- 421 PHONE W. MADISON 964.7826 ST. Tel. 284.5001 B4.7311 GAINESVILLE Parts & Repairs on

32205CLASSIFIED! cash. Can be seen at Many brands of new vacuums room house in Lawtey. Nice oOOoooe all other make machinesNATIONAL I II
Hammond's Discount (House, $39.00 up. Used machines grounds quiet neighborhood.Phone I
N 301 or call 485-5452Brook- from $10. Expert Repairsall 782-3279. It -S SAVE1 CARL BEGGS
MARTIN CAMPERS
AD RATES er. 2tp 2/1 makes. Parts and Acces-
Deadline for Insertion Monday sories for all vacuums. BuiltIn HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT FRED DAVIS Gulf Service U.S. 90 West Lake City
5 P.TIV preceding Thursdaybefore Central vacumn cleaning Phone 752-3723 .
Av
3
bedrooms. No pets. Call 611 W. Univ. *
WANTEDTwo bedroom fur
publication. systems. 712 N.Main, Gaines- BUICK PONTIAC
964-8245 or 964-7939.ltp For Best Selection
nished apartment or house ville 376-7110 GMC TRUCKS Of Gainesville, Fla.
Keystone Heights or vicinity. USED
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TRAVEL TRAILERS
A LITTLE RIDE CAN
P. 0. Box L
Retired
couple.
FOR RENT 2 bedroom block MINI-HOMES 378.1355
Minimum Charge $1.75 209, Lake Geneva, Fla. LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering house, furnished. No pets. SAVE YOU A LOT"
(Covers 15 words) 2tp 2/1 6x9. $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; Phone TRUCK CAMPERSAND
Responsible family. PARTSFor
COVE SPRINGS
GREEN
Each word over 15, 6( 12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 only 964-5690 or 964-6431. Itp TOPPERSFull

Classified Ads must be FOR SALE -Welch Pony-Gel $14.95. Many patterns and colors ara
All unless ding, 7 yrs old, gentle. Bar- Dahmer's Discount, tf Line Of Ports And
paid for In advance Most Makes Of Cars
FOR RENTOne Bedroom
you have established account rels and parades, for Information LONG CHAMP S.rlll ceENVIROHMENTAL
rz.
with The Telegraph, In that call 964-5603 or 964- house. No children. 962 N. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service I
event 50< extra charge for 5262. ltp FOR SALE-1968 Charger R/T, Temple Ave Ph. 964-5193. Itp Home,and Building -
billing. :Not' responsible for with 440 engine with 72,000 Materials! Hwy. 301[ N. Waldo there's J
errors wnen given over the $200 REWARD for return of miles. Just had new paint job. FOR RENT12' wide Mobile Phone 468.1998
phone or when to copy the office Is not typed 2 Pit bull dogs stolen from Call 964-5240 after 5:30p.m. homes outside city limits. J. -WE BUILD- PLANNING & TESTINGA o
and brought
my home. ContactEdward Ad- Asking $1,200 or best offer B. White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg f
2/1 "Your Plans Or Ours Division Of
kins, Starke, Fla. 2tp tf
Your Lot Or Ours." United Farm C.WCRUMAnd I' l

CL.\iSIKIED DISPLAY PLASTER patching, dry wall ... FREE ESTIMATES Agency, Inc. L
finishing, old ceilings refinIshed FOR SALE 12 x 60 2 bed- Reg. Real Estate Broker AssociatesReal rolthru
SI.75 per Inch strippled or textured. room, 11/2 bath mobile home Remodeling Repairs
2 inch minimum $3.50 Nathan II. Starling. Lawtey on nice lot, quiet neighborhood. HOUSES FOR SALE Additions Paul & Irene Faulkner Estate Property

782-3896. 4t 2/15 Good price. Ph. 473- .... .....1 Homes Bought Sold Associates Management
-
3371 Keystone Heights. 2tp Ph. 90d- .5322 ClassifiedOLINS
Traded 206 S. Water Street
:Memorials Resolutions! Pro- REDUCE safe & fast with Go- 2/1 FOR SALE -3 bedroom house, 1109 GUNKA ROADJACKSONVILLE
Card; of Thanks ACREAGE FOR SALE164IU3 Starke, Fla. 964.5065 11
clamations. Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water carpeted refrigerator, over- 32216 E-
M.uu Minimum up to 50 pills"Andrews Pharmacy.6tp FOR SALE-BR mobile home over stove. 12800. 1371 WANT TO SELL OR Rated In Dun & Bradstreet
words.St'. I F ach word o\e 5"- -- 21HOME 10 x 55, 1 1/2 baths, $2,495 Blanding St., 9647733. Itp Hwy. 301 S. Starke BUY REAL ESTATE?
furnished or $2,000 unfur Call Us For Best Prices
nished. Phone 964-8049 or FOR SALE--3 BR house, living Prospects Waiting MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
REMODELLING; jobs 964-6670. 2tp 2/1 room,dining room, kitchen tfchg -.
/'fl>" For Classified done; also plumbing, house stove, hot water heater, oil High and dry in City. Nice 100 W. PH. 964.5606 ;i; l..n .-----,
,l costs have madeIt work. Prompt service. Call 8000. 964-7730. 4tp 2/8 dining room, living room and PLANNING A TRIP? Waiting For!) 7-"J" '

necessary to. clarify for Us this present newspaper 964-8087 5tp 2/28 r HELP WANTED 1 utility room large lot. LET US HELP! 1972 12 x 65' 2 Bedroom 2 Baths Washer & Dryer

rules and adopt new ones for PUMPSNEW Home and 31-1/2 Acres locat- We Handle Contains C.ntrailleat & Air Conditioning
the publication of classified. WANTEDUsedfurniturere- ed on SRD. 100 South. Home ASSUME PAYMENTS
; washers. -Dab.mer's EXOTIC CRUISESTo
advertisements in its columns frigerators AND USED '
Discount House. tfchg 3 bedroom, CB construction. R Til (hark Mon **nr Noon: I").irlr On "unJ.ivnPaid j
Th.
Land bordered by two paved
All advertisements of this AVON CALLINGTo SALES roads and one graded road. CARRIBEANSAlso .
nature must be paid in ad- PARTS
buy or sell Avon Pro- Airline Ticket
\ance unless an established WE GIVE SERVICEWe get ducts call 372-0421 or write SERVICE
monthly account is maintained BILL POWELL BROKER and Tours
results! List
your property Mildred Rankle, P. O. Drawer -
with this newspaper. for sale with us. Call today. BLake Geneva 32660. Deep and Shallow Wells 964-616) Call 964-7449 "t.MALE
;palling and bookkeepingcosts JV'
hate advanced makingit BILL POWELL BROKER: 8tchg 3IWANTEDRegistered TOWN FINANCE CO. r
necessary to make this 964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg OR P.O. Bon 226 N. TempleBOGIES O
Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
adjustment t WAYNE DOUGLAS
It \Is much preferred thatcl.isHified Nurse, SERVICEON :::::::::::::::::::::::::''::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
WE NOW; HAVE diamond ff m
advertising beplaced nee- preferably with psychiatric ASSOCIATE : Vacations, Paid Sick Pay, Retirement
in rather than dles for any make or model experience, for work with ALL MAKES I I II
person. to avoid stereo player. Dahmer's Community Mental Health PHONE 964-6593 Insurance Opportunity For Ad
by telephone so as 964.1061DURRANCE II! IIII Program, Group ,
errors.. Discount House tfchg Counties.Center In Bradford Call 964-8382 and Union or r I Plumbing Co. |

SEWING MACHINES cleaned, 496-7421 for : vancement.
appointment. Itp TYPEWRITERS: Manuel or
PUMP & SUPPLY CO. x :1 1
oiled and In
adjusted
your Electric. For sale or rent- {% COMMERCIAL :
home, $5.Vacuum Cleaner repairs A.'TED--Mald.. Apply In Bradford County Telegraph.A.J. {I< AND iji::1 That
also. All work guaran- Moved 5 Blocks North We Are A Growing Company
at To-Rena Motel. 2tp
MISCELLANEOUS person r
teed.--Dennis E. Cogglns Ph. 1/11 864 N. Temple Ave |!1j RESIDENTIAL |11:
431-1428. tfchg Needs A Good Dependable Person

THOMAS, REALTOR |::1 1 24 Hr Service |:

We have prospects 3 for 4 masonry bed effective RELAX and GoTense unwind tablets.with safe Only Hipp E S, IK 'Imc-Tor Co.TELEPHONE. Appraising And General I ?
homes In the or room ; r| PHONES CONTACT z FLORIDA
class and for several smaller 98C--Andrews l'harmacy.2tp-- : 372.3, 6i Real Estate Sales *
masonry or frame ho- 14 | Office Ph. 964.8602 i1 Robert Bowen \PlEST
mes. All I should be clean, well FARM MACHINESNew 30 Years Experience In :i:1| Home 485-3751 ::
painted and In good repair.A. LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast 539 E, Call St.
.1.1 Thomas, Healtor Tel. with X-U Diet Plan, $3. REDUCE & Used Florida Land Matters. !ijj j \ C NTROL
964-5701 tfch excess fluids with X- i 766 N. Grant St. OKI!>5'W i,I tmmCM a,.
Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 Tel. 961.5701 :I j Starke, Florida 1 V
FOR SUX1972 Suzuki 330, at Koch Drug. 12tp--4/5 Between 8.6O'ClockOPENINGSAVA:
good shape. 4000 miles, also Gainesville, Fla. 205 N. Temple Ave. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::i:::

helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby.
9645240. tfchg repairs"ROOFING"and reroofing Specializing: All repairs In- .'\\.t'' Service/ The Belle. ,Itlea" "

Aluminum guaranteed Carports 1, year.Patlc o. C. CirMS Nursery

TOBACCO Allottment over Awnings, Door Hoods and Gut- : ,:}}:}*:::::::::!>.'::::+:::'r:::+::::::::k::::::::SWSW-XX'::: :::;:::::::: :::::: :-..::*::::.:;::;;:::::::::::::::::::::::':::':':::::;::: :;:::: Thousand of Plants 1
4 acres to lease. Wanted: ters. Roger's Upholstery, 3/4 ffIJ: J Fruit Tree, Shade Trees \

cow I tp hay. Phone 4854571. mile 4tp North 21SLEEPING 301. 964-8350. I FACTORY HELP NEEDED i iS j Evergreens Azaleas., Camellias Ro.e.Mo.t ILAPLEExperienced

I in Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
m 111 111I
TYPEWRITERS, Adding Machines :: PROBLEM? Rest. ; Owen Joist! of Florida, Inc. needs dependable able ij 23 Mi. S.E. 01 Starke, I
& Cash Registers less? Get Snoozer Tablets fo r r bodied factory help. No experience necessary. j r.| Hwy. 100
cleaned repaired. STAKKE a safe night's sleep. Only 98C-.. :% Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. i r|:;; Floraho.... 659.2165 I I
TYPEWRITER SERVICE 782- Andrews Pharmacy. 5tp--1/2 i t (f SEWING MACHINE 'OPERATORS,
3020. 5t 3/1 :t: IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK Ar-PLY I

INSURANCEAT iill AT l 1 1; TOWNSENDSteel I

LOST Male poodle. Black, REDUCED RATES :: OWEN JOIST |j i
Erectors r
white chest, named A Bo. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT *: :::: 1' Single NeedleSergingSideteaming |
Call 964-6357 or bring to ::}:; AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER |::|:: *
DOYLE ft
318 N. Christian St. for reward E. CONNER :+: Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday 8:: CuckUr Steel Buildings S II

: ItpMISSING INSURANCE AGENCY tehg ::'::: :::::::::::::::::-.::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:xmttrws.Kw&sSTARKE: ::::: 7.00: :::: :::::A.M.:::: :: :To<5:00<.:;.x-.x----x.P.M.;.>:.-....>>x,:,=.x.TF>>:-'-' ::g:":: & Bins Portable Welding ;1}1 Must Be Able To Work 40 :Hours Per Week @1
Pipe VoidingLAKE
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grown Labrador DOG Black retrieverwith half BUILDERSA CITY :I:; Paid Holidays-Paid Vacation 11 I I8

red collar around town t FOR SALE 1 Complete Building Service 752-7304
of Lake Geneva. Phone 473- 4 tp 2/. :
3506, Kyle McMurtry. Itp Phone 964-5270 219 Washington\ St. III
2/1 Starke Fla {|$ YEAR ROUND EMPLOYMENTSj

PIANO; IN STORAGE CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL

WANTED TO SWAP: Several Write: Beautiful. Reported spinet like stored new.locally. Res-- "The No Wax Floor" $4.Complet..ly .S9 JIMMY MOORE'S j N:: APPLY IN PERSON 7:30: A.M. TO 4P.M. \
adult jig saw puzzles. .
ponsible party can take a big Installed Cvr- sre At J6.50 per Sq. yd.
Box ION::, Route 2, Starke, saving on low payment bal, Sum SptrtI

Fla. Up ance. Write Panama Piano BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI. MORE BOAT FOR I II

&Panama Organ,City Inc., Fla.P.O. 32401 Box 1101 Itp ; LOW NYLON YOUR MONEY VOGUE MANUFACTURING J

Have a LUZIER Wig and Cos- Many Colon To Choo. From Starke Ph. 9645791Complete
metic Party. Call 964-5616 E.c..d. F.H.A. Specification $L.97
for details. 2tchg 2/8 FOR SALE 40 Individual Compl.t.ly Installed O...f Rubb.r Padding Pw ....' Yd. Outboard & Stern I I II
divide.calf stalls.Phone Will 9648813.sell all 1 Itp 01 r SHAG # Drive Service end Repair. COMPANY I tie

WORK WANTED: Cashiering Complete Fiberglass Repair
or office position. Exper- LOTS FOR SALE In Southgate 100.% Continue Fil. Nylon The Carpet With The Now Look) Custom built Fiberglass
ienced, bonded. Full or part- Subdivision. Call Marc Jackson Many Colors To Choo. From Fishing Boot*. 111| Road 100, Starke, Fla. |

time. P.O. Box 746. 964-6078. Stchg--2/22 Completely In.t.ll.d Over Rubb.r P.ddina Per Sq. Yd. S/e95 t ; :1
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