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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 15, 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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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


94 STARKE, FLORIDA 15.,*

No. 27 Thursday F.bruary 15, 1973 Copy


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.;"'"' .I Prison Wants


Leases +
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Hit By Lawtey School






General State Ernest For Inmate

lison on F rid

Feb. 2 ,

al the Florida Guard for : Work ProgramCold

maintaining

control over

ing and i\ An open meetingIs
leases at the
set Monday, Feb.
000 acre C
19 at 7:30 p.m. in
Blanding School the school administrative -

tion. building (old

ceived Ellison by said the state USO) for the school

$111,465 from E. I. board to decide

Nemours the mining&of Co.ilmenite last v R ooms eatUp' whether a proposalby

tanium ores on the Florida Division -
lands at Blanding. of Correct-

"There was no Ions to use the former -
tion that the
was correct" for the '. Anderson
ties, the auditor said. Parents School at Lawtey to
?
alty rates, as ., .. K..
duPont, should be .', wI'. house inmates on
the department," he 4 :: : : : the prison's work-

"The State Armory ,: !:;' ; ',. .. ,! .., .'1\'.. Cold school rooms result- cold office. release program.
allows prlvlte ':' Ing from a sloppy mainten- On the recommendation of
mine for minerals or ance finally put the Prison official D.Seymour,
program architect Don Morgan, engin-
advisor to the 43 inmates
timber in exchange heat on the Bradford school now
eer Roy Turknett and Tem-
In the work-release
alties on the heavily board Monday night when nine program,
ple the board Monday night
ed Blanding || ( ) parents asked for quick rem- authorized employment of four some night at in a Starke school, said board Monday work
of Starke. edy and left the special meeting
Johnson Service, a controls
During the 1970-71 without getting satisfaction. session that the Division of
engineering firm with offices
I year, the Department In Jacksonville, personnel to Corrections with Director
Louie
Lee
itary Affairs make emergency repairs val, Is Interested Wainwrlght's In leasing appro- ,.
of the Guard Many more persons expressed -
Tuesday. It was also reiter-
dissatisfaction with the abandoned school for six
received total of $
a
ated between Supt. Templeand
from such royalties the lack of heat in phone callsto months with an option to pur-
sale of forestry Supt.. Jim Temple, whichhe the school board that a chase at the end of that per-
lison said. He also said heated up his alsoIt's ((5.. Page 4)) iod. In event a purchase is
the Guard was not agreed upon the state Is ask-
ing that the proposed $1,000per
ing current records
r month rental be subtracted -
tracts with chemical
est products firms. from the purchase price
1- Seymour said.
Ellison said that Supt. Jim Temple said his
Chemicals, Inc. had In oral staff and Board Attorney Gene
Guard $10,729 during t.o.IJTIT Shaw have reached a tentative
1971-72 for c'I ri agreement with the prison of-
moved, but that the and one loss j ficials. The proposal was first
-
had never been Satur- 1 made to the school board at
internal audit.Responding competi- : rrllID I,
than of Its regular meeting on Feb. 13
any
to by W. R. Crawford, in-service
the auditor, Maj. Gen. coordinator for the Corrections
W. M c Ml 11 a n, the c.r.&r that en- Division; Faye Durban!, another
General, said, "Future so proud of prison official, and :Seymour,
nal audits of the mining Mrs. Fuller who directly supervises the
ation at Blanding will work release program.;

verification that the She expects .,. tt Prison officials emphasizedthat
rate for"royalty debate com- t w inmates must moet rigid
correct. in the standards to qualify for the
lie also said the It Is the sec program and would be confinedto
son more frequent that BUS the designated area of the
audits had not been the most school grounds when not on
forest product leases tourna- the job. Some inmates already
I- working In the program are
((5.. Pa9e 4)tilJr ) employed In the Starke area,
will to
go f J' .S Seymour; said, and no prob-
at the lems have been encountered.
Florida Fifteen persons would be employed -
March to staff the proposed
woum her debaters minimum security facility,they
.. said.
( 4)) ,10"1 Seymour appeared again at
i the: Monday night work session
R :. (of the board, where he was
Still ..... o h+5+ art i told by the four school board
i ;,.
,;.ft"'l*: i_,,,'". ((5.. Page 4))
'
Septic .. 1/.
\ .y t.m., : .>'.'.;r :

._"::. .4 .. '73 Berry

Brides the request
Festival
Sanitarian
Party has not SNOWING !
test septic Plans Made
W.dn..day, F.'". the Depart- Shoulders hunched against the cold and with rare
Control of snow flakes falling, though the wet particles melted when Preliminary plans for the
1:30.: 4:30 .AINoman's Pollution they struck the ground, these brave souls traversed Call 1973 Bradford County Fair and
Club Street In Starke Saturday. Strawberry Festival set April
therefore, Back in 1958 Bradford had a heavier snow. PicturesIn 4-7 at the fairgrounds, have
employing a February 1958 edition of The Telegraph show enough been made by the Bradford
Admission $1 from Jack- white flakes to make a small snow ball, not possible County Fair Association.
Ev.ryon. Invited percolation Saturday. But many local residents drove north In part Members of the FA met
I a part of of the south blanketed with snow over the weekend despite Feb. 8 with President Arthur
now be- warnings that roads were icy. Gaskins presiding, firmed up

I TeenageDANCE a.sep-The It's been a warmer winter this year than in 1958, sequence of events for the pro-
$20 however. Back then repeated cold spells with tempera- gram and worked out various
from tures In the low 20's lasted from December through other details Including deco-
say. February. Saturday was one of the few days this win- rations for the grounds and
of Pollu- ter ;nat the thermometer sunk Into the 20's. buildings and the printing of
Friday, F.b. 16 jur- the premium book.
tank instal- This year, for the first time,
8:30.12:30: an exe- 2-Inch Rain Recorded HereOver a steer show and sale will
Gov. Reutdn
Admission $1. 50 that func be held during fair week, according -
Division of two Inches of rain fell slon of Forestry, with early to John Myers,execu-
The Peace Trawick Is- In the week from Feb. 4-11 morning temperatures dippingto tive vice-president of the
New Armory permits un- plus the area got treated to 31 Saturday, 31 Sunday, Chamber of Commerce and
but the rare snow flurries Saturday, and 27 Monday, and 55 Wed- general manager of the annual
L-"pf a per- but it wasn't enough to measure nesday morning. More cold fair.Members
according to the Division weather Is promised for the of the Future Far-
ij!;l hr (!: tanks now of Forestry's local head- coming weekend with temperatures mers of America are doing
from Jack- quarters on SR-100 west of ranging In the 40's some painting of the fairgrounds -
and
buildings plant-
Division of Starke. and 60's for cool days and
cold nights. There is also a Ing shrubbery on the grounds.
Account Now ....... and secur- Snow last fell in Bradford chance of rain. Seventy-four of 90 booths
permit and County in 1958. It one of available have been
T. was already
llOOOOkr
Most of the week's raln-
'......1 o..a ...._. l now the coldest weekends of the leased to exhibitors, Myers
After his successful bid for School. ((5.. Page 4)) Involves a period of weeks. year, according to the Dlvl- (S.. Page 4)) said.

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4z Anniversaries riJ .J.- 67L I Weddings :

: Birthdays /Y 97./ if tae /fly e.J #Ze eWf. Club Meetings Ie

41 Ponies Personals .
Birth
Showers tell
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.1 fI"-", .- 1EUp y .+11tq, Altar Plan Valentine's Society Woman's Lib No Magic Key

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4tI. ,. Dance Feb. 16 To Success, Says Mrs. ReedAdvice

Judd w
St. Edwards Altar Society you.
met Wednesday night, Feb. 7, to women on "howto __Have a sense of humor.No .
Wins b In the home of Mrs. Thomas succeed In business" was one likes a grouch. Don't
Parker with Mrs. Francis given by Mrs.Josephine Reed, carry your feelings on your
r AwardIn Meng presiding. Regional Vice President the shoulders. This Is one lux-
,
The Altar Chairman, Mrs. Florida Region, National Association ury we cannot afford.Be .
r Art 114 Robbie Shaller,announced that of Bank Women, In -- creative. Think of new
altar care during Februarywas a talk to the Starke Rotary ideas and put them Into prac-
being done by Mrs.Rich- Club last week. Mrs. Reed Is tice.
Show ard Richards. ,Mrs. Jimmy also Vice President and Cash Believe In yourself. If
i Moore, volunteered for this ier of the Keystone State Bank. YOU don't, no one else will.
work in March. Mrs. Reed declared that, --And last but not least--
A report was read which wan: In spite of her responsible be a lady. Men like it, and
recently compiled by Mrs. position, she Is definitely not so do women.
Lester Humphries as Chair- "a woman's libber" and believes -
..R-h man of Older Americans Com- that women should com-
,
vp mittee for the St, Augustine pete with men In the busi- Awards Given
Diocesan Council of Catholic ness world on their own terms, To Cub ScoutsCub
Women. earning success and promo-
Mrs. Gladys Weldon reminded tions by hard work and devo-
"" members that comfort tion to duty; rather than expecting Scouts held their monthly -
trrr. bags are now being collected favors because they Pack meeting on January
; and will be distributed to pat- are women."I 25, with Den 4 presenting the
ients at the Lake City Vet- enjoy being a woman," opening ceremony. Den 3 con-
; Millard Judd, Starke artist, stormy waters, won a merit devoting full time to painting.The erans Hospital during March. Mrs. Reed said, "and appre- ducted the Bobcat Induction,
Is pictured with a part of the award at the show. Mrs. Michael Gilhooly and ciate the common courtesies and Den 2 had the closing
d large display of watercolorshe Mr. Judd started painting University of Florida has Mrs. Joseph Gissy offered to extended by men, such as ceremony. Den 1 had cleanup -
exhibited at the Gainesville about ten years ago as a hob- purchased two of his paintingof take charge of the coffee and opening doors, waiting for me duty.
-ice Art Show last weekend. by. When his work began to Florida scenes for displayin bake sale scheduled for Feb.11 to leave the elevator first, The following Cubs received
r rr One of his paintings, a sea- sell, he gradually phased out one of the University buil- Mrs. Joseph Alfonso out- and other things-- but I do awards:
scape of a wrecked ship In his tile business and is now dings. lined plans for the St, Valent- not expect or demand them Bobcat Badges: Bruce
ine's Dance to be held in the merely because I am a wo- Johns, Doug Chilson, Glenn
seooonooottooooooffoo'BryanBranson 'IOOOOOOOS0000000000009Valentine OOOOOBBtBOOQII--- Parish Hall on Feb. 17. man." Corbett, Dirk Schmidt, Scott
Mrs. Robert Blake wood urged In her tips to women on Craft, Penn Lennon, Bill Dri-
3 members to assist with the how to succeed in business, ver, Andy Murrow, Edwin At-
t Banquets Jr. Clubs Plans Rummage Sale scheduled for Mrs. Reed advised: wood Paul Hicks, Jeff Moore,.
Vq Held Card Feb. 24 In downtown Stakre. --Don't expect to reach the Jay Barker, Tony Brantley,
For First PartyThe Members were invited to attend top ONLY because you are a William Banks, Mike West,
1973 Valentine Queen Baptist GroupsThe a lecture scheduled for woman or because of some Dale Underhill, Larry Saucer,
I Junior Woman's Club 10 on Feb. 19 at St. William'sin women's lib movement that Eddie McGee, Kenneth L.Sen-
Of Beta PhiMarie will have a bridge and canasta Keystone Heights. This says women have It made eave; Albert Mills, Kenneth
Sigma Adult Valentine Banquetof card party; at the Woman's lecture will be given by Mr. now--but do a job becauseit Stephens, Gregory; Silcox, David -
the First Baptist Church was Club on Wednesday afternoon, Cornell from Jacksonville's needs to be done and before Ballinger, Robert Daw-
+. held Friday night, Feb. 9, at Feb. 21, between 1:30 and 4:30 Assumption Parish on the Importance It Is demanded.Be kins Reggie Morris, David
(Mrs. Wayne) Wynnis tlve on the sorority's pub- r # 7 p.m. in the recreation room. p.m. Admission $1. Prizes of keeping Informedof -- courageous. Have the Bresee.
Gamma Theta Chapter's licity committee and is chap Tables were overlaid with white will be given and refreshments the changes in the Church. courage to make a decision, Denner Cords: Maury Over-
1973 selection for Beta Sigma ter treasurer. cloths, decorated with red fluted served. Everyone Is invitedto Father James Cregan urged even if It Is wrong. street, Doyce Griffis, Michael
Phi valentine queen.A x t crepe paper and greenery. The attend. members to participate in the --Be ambitious. Learn something Whiffen, Bill Driver.
secretary at the Bradford Selected by secret ballot, heart-shaped .programs were Church Women United World new about your job Assistant Denner Cords:
County Health Department, Mrs. Wynn was crowned also in red. Day of Prayer scheduled for every day, and do such a Andy Murrow, Tony Brantley;),
Mrs. Wynn enjoys making cer- queen of the sorority's Heart v Paul Raymond served as mas- March 2 at St. Edwards. All good job for the organizationthat Robert Dawkins, Glenn Cor-
amics, reading, collecting jigsaw Fund and Valentine Ball on ter of ceremonies introducingthe Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre religious affiliations in the they'll find they really
puzzels, swimming, and Feb. 10 at the Starke Golf and guest speaker key.Richard visited Mrs. J. E. McIntyre area are invited to take part in could not get along without bett.Webelos Colors: Michael
fishing.A Country Club. She was crown Barber, Superintendent of Mis- in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. this service. Raley, Michael Holmes.
third ;year Beta Sigma Phi ed by 1972 queen,Sandy(Mrs. fl'I\ J sions for the New RiverSantaFe The next meeting is scheduled Arrow Points: Dojce; Grlf
member, Mrs. Wynn is ac- Harold) Dais.Banquet. River Association. and Mrs. J. N. Belche Attending the antique showin
for March: 8 in the Parish fis, one gold and two silver;
and family of Norfolk Va. will I Lake the
The musical program inclu- Hall. City during weekend Maury Overstreet
one gold
Valentine/ ded a solo by Miss Carol Har- spend Friday to Monday with Refreshments were served : were Mrs. E. J. Dewing and two silver.
Party Given dy; a duet by Bill George and their parents Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. Parker during the .Sr., Miss Mary Carol Bessent, The next Pack meeting will
Caldwell,
Given At Home Announcement has been Don Hardy, and a duet by Miss J. G. In Starke and social hour following the J Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mung, be held on Feb. 22 featuringthe
For Sr. MembersOf Mrs. A. Belche in Lake
Hardy and Mr. George, accom- C. meeting.. Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Mrs. Pinewood.
made of the engagement of
Of Mrs. AdkinsMrs. Butler ]B. G. Ferguson.
1st Miss Donna Marie Bryan panied by Mrs. David Canova.

PresbyterianThe of Ralph Bryan and Approximately 95 guests attended "ft'-J..oo-J..oo. .,. o.J.. -" """ -,.&.-.","".."."." .......s.s.s.s.. .. .. ..s-.. .. .. .....s.,.. .. ..s-.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....I. .. .. _..__.__.__
Pauline Devoro, Mru. daughter rr' rr'rr' 'r rr' . 'I'" 'I'" 'I'" ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ...... ...... ... ......,.. ,..,..
Vickie Jones, and Mrs. Linda Senior and Junior High granddaughter of Mr.and Mrs. *
Palmer Williams, to Joseph ---------
Adkins a Valentine Fellowship of the First Pres- *
Friday gave night at the home party of byterian Church gave a "Keen David Branson, son of Mr. and FEBRUARY 14!! thru MLB *
the latter on SR 16 N\v. Age" banquet Sunday night in Mrs. Jessie Branson, all of The Youth Valentine Banquetwas :
The guests enjoyed several the Manse on Church street Starke. held Saturday night, Feb. *
games and refreshments dur- honoring the senior members of The wedding will take place 10, at 6:30: in the recreationroom
ing the party hours 7 to 11:30: the church. April 28. The place to be of the church, using the *
The five dining tables, cov- announced later. theme", "Old Black Magic." *
p.m.Those attending were Don- ered with white linen cloths, The bride-elect is a 1971 Tables were overlaid with
graduate of BUS and Mr.Bran- white cloths red fluted *
nie Kelly, Douglas Jo.ies, Ter- carried out the Valentine theme paper
esa and David Devore, Donna with hearts and cupids and cen- son graduated from BUS in and greenery, with red burning *
Pauley; Carl and Kirk Hun- tered with arrangements of 1972. tapers. Glass containers filed *
singer, Nan and :Merri Ar- camellias.The with red, bubbling liquid were *
wood, Jearline Andrews, Dale 35 guests attending en- Officers ElectedBy placed at intervals on the ta- *
Trajlor, Denise Pearse and Joyed a spaghetti supper,g imes bles. The centerpiece on the *
David Harley.; and fellowship. FellowshipThe speaker's table was an old-
fashioned wash pot, with crys- *

Introducing DUPLICATE CLUB RESULTSMrs. BRIDGE Senior High Fellowshipof tal candelabra on either side.holding red tapers *

Lou Struth and John the First Presbyterian Rev. James T. Brock servedas *
:Mr. and Mrs.Steven Beckettof Mussoline were the winning Church elected the following officers master of ceremonies and
at *
Atlanta announce the birthof couple at Duplicate Bridge their monthly meet- introduced Arthur Whitehead of
a daughter, Natalie: Dawn, Tuesday night where there ing Wednesday night of last Jacksonville, a young magicianwho *
on .Jan. 26. Maternal grand- were five tables in play. Mrs. week: Miss Kathy Casey, president has appeared on WJXT-TV.
parents are :Mr. and Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs.Rhea John ; Matt Herres, copresident Approximately 86 guests at- *
L.K. Whitehead of Starke. son were second and Ken Dent ; Lataln Herres,secretary; tended. *
Paterson treasurer and
and Townsend Dent were third. Larry ;
Mrs. Johnny Johnson, senior *
I advisor. UDC Will Host *

RILEY PAVING Co. District Meeting *

Mr. and Mrs. Terry<: Yawn of *
Gainesville were Sunday dinner W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC, *
Driveways-Parking Lots guests of Mrs. T.A Yawn, Jr. will be host to the annual district -
and family on Terry's birthday. meeting in February, if ifU
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwellwere 1974, It was announced at the f
also guests and helped monthly meeting Wednesday
PHONE 964-7621 celebrate the occasion. afternoon of last week. The *
club met at the home of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Whlch- C.N. Christy with Mrs. C.A. rweethearlsPATRIOTS
ello of Gulliver, Mich. were Knight co-hostess. !
Highway 16 Starke Fla. guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Stroud was wel-
Mrs. R.E. Firth.SALE. comed as a new member of
..CUIIHICIIIClClCHICIDoaccaCDClClClOCUIC .. the chapter. Mrs. John Bar- *
- -- --- rett and Mrs. Franklin
Stroud
y'.b..___..\j.u. 1"0_"__ presented several musical *
numbers on the program. *

*

'Golden Egg'To *

I- l Be Presented ** t

WAM+rv.'utr t t"-.r. At Public LibraryThe *

2 Big Da 7 1I OnlyFri. *
Bradford County Public =
SPECIAL.
& Sat. Feb. 16 & 17 Library will" present "The *
Golden Egg, a puppet ver- *
sion set to music, at 4:15:
Large Assortment p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15. 6 PCS. CHICKEN *
OfMATERIAL The program will be stagedby *
100% POLYESTER Girl Scout Troop 614 at Ji AC. COLE SLAW '
*
the Children library. of all ages are Ji. Pt. POTATO SAlAD :- .S *

Invited free. to attend. Admissionis ., 1i'OL..I. 9 9 *

$1.OO .* 2 SERVINGS CHERRY COBBLER *
3 $1.97
Yds. On Bolts Yd. .* I CUP OF COKE U2 STRAWS r *
THE BRADFORD
COUNTY TELEGRAPH .* *

Published every Thursday .* *

ALL WINTER MATERIALOn Starke at 138, Florida W. Call 32091 Street ..* ',7shnV l "' !".IrliclplIiui* V hbone Mores *


Second Class poatare paid E Fried Chicken the it
() Bolts 1/3 OFF at Starke, FloridaSubscription way ought to be
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Van H. Priest Co. Inc. In year trade; $3.50 area six:Rates months$6.00: per ..i JOHNNIE B. THOMPSON **


W. Call St. 5c to $1.00 Starke, Fla. Outside trade area: $7.0U 3. Phone 964,9972 236 S. Temple Ave. *
$4.00
six
per year; months
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3Rrivtu Mrs. Lashley .
eople
you
: Now Heads .


LB Hospital .
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shufordand Spec. 4 Wayne Groves of Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith and

family and Mary Sue Underhill is home on three weeks daughter, Terri 1, drove to South Mrs. Blanche Lashley is now
y t tw went to Macon, Ga.Sun- leave with his parents, Mr and Georgia :Saturday and Sunday to serving as Interim adminis-
day to see the snow. Mrs. E. C. Groves. see the snow trator of Union General Hospital -

In Lake Butler, as wellas
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mengof Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Rev. and Mrs. Graham Spur- director of nurses, accord

..m St. Petersburg Beach spent left Tuesday for Los Angeles wilt[ rier of St. Petersburg were ing to Carl Brown, chairmanof
a the weekend with their parents Calif., where Mr. Andrews Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. the hospital board of trus-
Mr, and Mrs. Paul Meng and attend a three-day conferenceof and Mrs J.w. Ritch. tees.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. the American Association of "We feel Mrs. Lashley is
Junior Colleges, Feb. 25-28. Mrs Louie Bell Parks returned very efficient, and are honored -
t,1 Jimmy Alvarez attended the They plan to tour several wes- last Thursday after three to have an employeelike
l l
State Fair In Tampa'Saturday tern states before returning weeks visit with Mi. and Mrs.. her at the hospital,"
home. Bill Parks In Atlanta and Mi. Brown said.

r 4ry1. Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrewsand and Mrs. George Parks InRos- Bob Edmondson, longtimo
4 ( M daughter Joy and Terri well, Ga. ex-administrator of the Brad-
I -t. Kite attended the State Fair NORTH COUNTRYFla. ford County Hospital until he
In Tampa Theatre Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rich- several
T Saturday.Mr. resigned years ago,
] J41 y Sun. & Mon. ardson were in Dade City last served briefly as acting administrator -
and Mrs. J. B. Godwin Tuesday to Thursday visitingMr. of the Union hos-
ff. of Arcadia and daughter, Che- Miss Evelyn Sinclair, daugh- and Mrs. Harry Toliver.Mr. pital but notified the trustees
ryl, of U. of F. spent the week" ter of Mrs. Clyde :Sinclair, recently he was no longer
end with Mrs. Eve Baldwinand was on the Dean's List for the and Mrs. Marion Es- able to serve In that capa-
relatives. fall quarter at Florida State kridge of Orlando were Sunday
University. Miss Sinclair is guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horror city.Commenting on the hospital -
Mrs. Frank Mitchell underwent also serving as historian of the Stearns. situation, Brown said:
surgery last Thursday In Student Interior Design Socie- "I think the Institution Is
the North Florida Regional Hos- ty, and as historian of Alpha Mrs. Bertha Pearce has returned on the upgrade now and that
pital, Gainesville Delta Pi sorority.Mr. from a week's visit with a lot of uncertainties have
Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Smyth in been overcome." "
a and Mrs. Pete Hartwellof Largo and Mr. and Mrs.:W.B. lie said the hospital has
NORTH COUNTRY Liverpool, N. Y. were last Haynes in St. Petersburg. hit a peak of eight patients
Fla. Theatre Thursday overnight guests of last week.
Sun. & Mon. Mr and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. Mrs. Gladys Weldon. visited
Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Weldon and

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnip- Mrs. LaRue Williams: and son family In Macclenny Sunday.Mr. .
22 Earn seed Jr. of Arcadia were week- of Ormond Beach visited her My Neighbors
Straight-A's At BHS end guests of Dr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A, and Mrs Robbie Shaper i
H. H. Adams. Colson from Sunday to Wednesday were in Jacksonville Sunday ; :':
visiting Mr. and Mis. Ogden

In 2nd 6-Weeks Period Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulk- Bates. \ ("l'

Grading ner won an expense-paid trip Mr. and Mrs George W, "4f .,\
to Kansas City, Mo. last week Brown were In Lakeland over NORTH COUNTRY tI \- '....-J'lITI

Straight A students at BHS for the second Pauli with the United Farm Agency the weekend visiting Mr. and Fla. TheatreSun. --"- ,,,=--j,.: .
Y Real Estate. While there they Mrs. A, W. Landon. & Mon. I \\ --
stx>weeks are: Third row: Hjalmar McMillan, Jennifer stayed at the Alameda Plaza fIi'\

First row: Laura Thomas, Debbie Douglas, Jockel, Joy Starling, Cindy Edwards, Mark Hotel where a reception, award Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr. and 1 -- r I
\tl
and Teresa DeVore, Hardenbrook, Sonja Biggs. winning meeting and banquet Mrs. Emma Rene Weaver vis- Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Dodd, Jr., << II I II I
were held The Faulkners also ited Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Lou- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dodd, Bob- .J.
Second row: Debbie Mitchell, Beth Chap Fourth row: Henry Ford, Greg Reddish, had a tour of the home office don and family In Tampa Sunday by Dodd, and Mr and Mrs. r--.r I : ,.

man, Beverly Meng, Jody Harper, Donna and Jim Johnson. in Kansas City. John B. Sapp attended the funeral .'lir'e really upliftlil about
of Mrs. W.J. Dodd, Sr.
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Sgt. and Mrs. William E. in West, Miss on Monday. ('timing licri1, you *. -
Twenty two of the 1.250 ford High School earned tots, Debra Dyal, Steve Futch, SophomoresAlice Atwood, Groves and son Kevin, have NORTH COUNTRY
member student body Brad- straight A's for the second Robin Griffls, Gayle Hatch Amy Blalock, Karoline Clayton returned from 2 1/2 years in Fla. Theatr. Mrs. Donald Firth and Mrs\ Mrs. Luster Crews, Mrs.

six weeks grading period. er, Jimmy Outlaw, Dale !Norman : Joan Dval. Susan Faulkner Okinawa. They are visiting his Sun. & Moi. Dotty Hueser of St, Louis, Mo. H. L. Speer, Mss! 1\I.tdgc MM-\
Sweetheart which ended in November. Donna !Nelson: Cynthia Benlta franklin. Susan parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. are visiting M". and Mrs. R.E. dleton, and Mrs\ : W.B.I'll1ly! ,
It is the highest number of Mitchell, Derry Rodrigue, Hewitt, Johnny Hobbs, Cyn- Groves, for two weeks before Local admittances to Brad- Firth for two weeks. are attending! the District Two
straight A students in several Brenda Rosier, James Sew- thia Hodge, Donal Kelly,Joyce reporting for duty at Home- ford County Hospital this week meting: of the UDC in Jacksonville -
I years. They are, by grade: ell, Elaine Sherman, Deborha Lame, Debra Manning, Glenn stead AFB, Fla.HORTH include: Clarence Harper Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Whitehead today
Special SENIORS!: : Henry Ford, son Spengler, GlnaStatzer, David Mullins, James Norman, Joy Myrtice Silcox Merritt Williams returned Sunday after two( weeks

of :Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ford, Wager, Emily Williams, Saxon, Jan Searle, Randall George Kopelousos, Albert In Atlanta with their son-in- !M". and Mrs. Jon 11111 and
JJ Lawtey; Mark Hardenbrook, Rachel Williams, Sharon Fay- Thomas, Tia Thornton, John COUNTRY Hirtmann, Mrs. Sarah law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs daughter of Ocala were Saturday -
D Q": son of Mr. and !Mrs. Don son, Eddie Hazen. Tyson, Sharon Williams and Fla. Theatre Henderson, Mrs. Maude Bailey, Steven Beckett, and baby(daugh visitors of twr parents,
Hardenbrook, Starke; Daryl JuniorsJoy Andrews, Ca- Diane Yawn. Sun. & Mon. Anthony Johnson, and Willie ter. Their son, Ken, Hew up !Mr. and Mrs Harvey Edwards
SUNDAE Hill lard, son of Mr. and Mrs. rol Beam, Eddy Blalock, Paul FreshmenAndrew Crews, Harris, Starke; Mrs. Dee Sax- Friday and returned with them
Luther Hilllard, Lawtey; Sha- Canova, Charles Crawford, Anita Green, Julie Griffls, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand on Hampton; Mrs. Hope W. Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. E.L. Mathewsand
ron Reed, daughter of Lewis James Davis, James Framp- Gail Lavender, David Love- Mr. and Mrs. Henry God- Plemmons and Mrs. Dolly Burton Miss Madge Mlddteton attended
only Crews, Starke, and Wayne ton, Darron Greene, Stephen Sapp win attended a dinner for lay Keystone Heights; Junior -
lace, Donna Page, Cathy John of the Fiesta Folklorioa
of the United Metho- Seaman Vincent St.
Teston, son of Mr. and Mrs. leaders Meade Florahome Mrs. Cora
Hall, Ann haunt Ricky Jack- Elizabeth Scott, Darlene Stan- !; Canaveral visited his of Mexico In the Jacksonville
Gainesville last Port par-
J. E. Teston, Lawtey. son, June Jarvis, Sallye cil. Judy Thomas.Jenny Tom- dist Church in Bates, Lawtey; Emory> M.'lod. Civic Auditorium' last Friday
Joel D. M.Divid: rents, Mr. and Mrs RichardSt.
JUNIORS: : Harriet Faulkner, Meng Deborah Shuford Ann Kathy week. Bishop Melrosej; Mrs. Ida Padgett,
,
linson, Dale Traylor, night.
e # daughter of Mr. and Mrs. was the featured speaker. Mlddleburg. John, on Saturday.
I 5 Starling, Landa Thornton, De- Walnwright, Larry White,
]Harry P. Faulkner, Bayless --- -
} bra Vickery, Linda Walden, Raymond Whittle, and Clara
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Highway; James Johns ,son
Jency Watson Robin Williams. Johnson.-
of Mr.: and Mrs. M. L.Johns,
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'{3. section and
Moody ; IljalmarMcMillan
/ _' : daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. :M. G. McMillanof : Entries Asked 7 To Graduate CHECK

Starke. For Columbia
SOPHOMORES: : Beth Chap- From Santa Fe / r
man, daughter of !Mr. and Beauty
PageantEntries
Mrs. A.V.. Chapman, Rat-!

ford; Jody Harper, daughter Seven local college students
) of Rev. and Mrs. George Harper are now being accepted have applied to graduate from THESE USED
for the Miss Columbia
Starke; Debra Mitchell, Santa Fe Comninity: Collegeat
__ ; ; ; County Beauty Pageant
being
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the close of the winter term.
when buy Frank Mitchell, Starke; Don- held in Lake City on April Graduates from Starke are
you na Pauley, daughter of Mr. 14.A Sandra HugginS David Kirkland -
another one at and Mrs. O. !M. Pauley, Law- reception i:= set at the Diana! McPherson, Cal- ALUES
the regular price tey, and Joy Starling, daughter Lake City Womm's Club on vin {Varnesl..andLtnda WIlliam. CAR-V
flavor''! of Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. for all Interested William Thomas Jr. of Key-

Chocolate Any scrumpdillyishus, butterscotch, Stalling, Lawtey. applicants, ages 18- stone Heights and Maude Bru-

pineapple
28. Entrants must live withina
cherry you name it, FRESHMEN: : Sonja Biggs, ton from Melrose will also
daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. 75 mile radius of Lake City.
But come In now And bring .
graduate.A
a friend'! Bobby Biggs, Starke; Teresa Deadline for entries Is March total of 235 students at 1967 Chevelle 1970 Ambassador 1972 Vega Panel

Thurs., F r.I Sat., Sun. DeVore, daughter of Mr. and 10.For Santa Fe applied to graduate.
:Mrs. J. It. Ie\ore, Lawtej more information please Malibu 4 Door Hard Power ExpressSteering
; Fifty-two per cent of 'the can- Top Wagon Clean As New, In Good
15 16 17 18
February Deborah Douglas, daughter of phone Mrs. Linda Rowe at 752-
8634 after six didates are from Gainesville and Brakes Air Condition Shape And Road Ready Like New All Over, Radio And
:\ and Mrs. Edward Doug- p.m. with 12 cent being from
las, Starke; Cynthia Edwards, Ii elsewhere! per in Alachua and Brad Road Ready. Heater, Perfect For Delivery Vehicle

Dairq daughter of Mr. and Mrs.W. ford counties. Another 32 per- $895 SI 895 DneDwner.$1,695
11. Edwards, Kingsley cent of the graduates are from ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ritch and
Queen Lake; Jennifer Jockel, daugh- other Florida cities.
ter of !Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haynes of
Jockel, Starke; Beverly Meng, Gastonia N.C. are Thursdayovernight 1970 Ford Ranchero 1968 Olds 98 4 Door 1970 Opel Wagon

l of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and
I.;'a daughter Paul Meng, Hampton Lake; Mrs J.W. Bitch The person who receives a Nice In Every Way New Radial Local One Owner Car Perfect "Clean" One Owner Gas
handcrafted
"LET'S AU TO gift knows
GO you Tires Air Condition. Condition all the Power
) Danette Rodrlgue, daughter of way Saving 4 Cylinder Engineand
'l of do
DAIRy r QUEEN went out your way to
_- RodriCT6 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
Mr. and Mrs George something special. Classesin Air Condition. With 4 Speed Transmission
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gue, Hampton; Laura Thomas, wire attended the wedding of

DAIRY QUEENArBRAZIER /.:A .:?.- daughter, Starke.of Mrs. Seletta Thomas to their Diane nephew!Lawson, Dale in Fisher Tampa,Saturday Jr.-, 19.ceramics Space will will be begin limited/ March so $1,995 $1,895 Yours For $95O

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Students with A-B averagesand .
on the honor roll for Myrno's Gift Shoppe 1971 Ford Ranger XLT 1966 Chevy Van 1972 ChevroletFully

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Ph. 964.8911 grade, are: Whlffen and Mis. James K. State Road 100 Loaded With All The Six Cylinder Engine With AutomaticTransmission
SeniorsAnna Bickel, Mar- Smith attended Junior Day, Lake Butler, Fla. Power And Luxury Things Ford I Radio & Heat Two Long Wheel Base Fleet Side V-8
Starke, Fla. tha Buckley, MelvlnByrd, Re- Wednesday, at the Southside Open Has To Offer. New Set Of Whit. Engine Mil I Heater & Only I 5,000
Tone Paint' & Curtains I I Inside.
Reg us Hat Off Am, D Q Corp.nee Carter, Connie Chasteen, Woman's Club in Jacksonville. 1 P.M. -9PM.- Sun-Fri. Sidewall Clean.
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I State Wants Old School. Inmates Lex Green Dies .

Plead (Prom Fog 1))
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Mr. Green donated the pro- both of Gainesville; and Dr.

members present thattheywant school will not be used as a GuiltyLeon perty on which the Bradford William H. Green, Arlington
further explanation of how the prison but as a communitywork County Health Clinic is located Va. Also surviving are five

program will be implemented. release center. Corneal Holston was and also gave a por- grandchildren.
Seymour agreed to ask Craw- the only one of ten defendantsto tion of the property used as Funeral services were heldat
ford to be present next Mondayto Only restriction of employ- plea not guilty Tuesday a site for the First Baptist 2 p.m. Monday in the First
show the board and any ment of inmates to some jobsis (I Circuit Court held "docket Church of Starke. Baptist Church with Rev.Lewis -
a requirement that be
interested citizens who wish paid a minimum of $1.65 they day" with Judge George L. Mr. Green was member of D. Haines and Rev. James
to attend a 45 minute slidepresentation hour. per r Patten presiding the First Baptist Church Brock conducting. Intermentwas
Otherwise Seymour
and description of pointed out in answer to Blaine iY Holston plead not guilty to where he served as a deacon in the family plot In
the work release program. Thompson's query If farmers 1 rr boUt aggravated assault and for many years, and a mem- new River Cemetery with Ma-
Board member Art Hollidaylast could utilize the inmate labor. to possession of a weapon bya ber of the church choir. lie sonic rites at the graveside.
week suggested that a pub- Intent is to secure Jobs that state prisoner. His trial was a member of Bradford DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home
lic hearing be held before the pay a living wage Seymoursaid. date was set for February 12. Lodge No. 35, F. & A.M., was in charge of arrange-
school board makes any move Other Raiford State Prison the Morocco Temple of the ments.
to permit the Anderson Schoolto Inmates were Thomas Leroy Shrine; Woodmen of the World
be used for prison inmates. Seymour said Monday night Lumley, Charles Dillion and and the Starke Rotary Club.
the state would not be interes- *
Temple pointed out Monday Ronald Leece, pleading guiltyto Surviving are his wife, Lucille ,
ted now In using the former IL Taj: loopholes! arc suit III
night that the special meetingthis RJE High now abandoned in d escape. Craig Vernon plead Harris Green, and one !likr dor/s/ / M (the rll1r"/ ",.
will be guilty to attempted and
coming Monday Reno in Starke for the work escape daughter, Mrs. Curtis San- (those'' ir/io/ aryic.r! "thcic, me ]Inn
publicized and allow time for Willie Frank Barnes, Louis
ders, both of Starke three
Thathadbeena ; / heir
release program. t/ie'm/i/ ( / 11111.aaaaaaaaaaaaDaaaDaaaa'.
many
Interested to attend the Leroy Craigo, Robert Wayne
anyone possibility In the Initial dis- sons Judge R, A. Buzzy)
upcoming meeting. cussion with the school board. little off Lacy and Tommy Lee Waiters GreenJr.and Michael Green,
Board members all asked that This bulldozer contracted by Trust Construction Company got a all plead guilty to possessionof
no decision be made until all balance while clearing treet for Phase 3 of Bradford High School Driver of a weapon by a state prisoner aaD
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five members are present. My Neighbors the doxer etcaped Injury. .
Board Member Seeber Good-

man was absent Monday night 'r LIVERSOR
Blanding
because he was on Jury duty. ,. 4s'. 1V Cold Schools (From Page 1))

Thompson said he has spoken ,J' Leases .
to several persons In the ? : regular maintenance programon kindergarten units. "Why hasn't something been '
Lawtey area and that the response the new heating and air- Johnson Service is still analyzing done," asked Harold Epps, a (From Page 1))
he has been getting Is conditioning equipment installed the older boiler sys- Southside parent. the Guard's Internal auditorwas GIZZARDSORDER
favorable. I I In the past! few yearsis tem which heats the other unavailable last year"be-
Seymour said the Anderson a must. three sections of Southside "Doesn't it cost the school cause of his Involvement in
facility Is in good shape now Further recommendationswill and were making recommen- system money when studentsare planning and operations incident -
and that the work release pro- ..r be made to the board at dations Wednesday morning. absent?"asked Mrs.Gwen to National Guard participation -
gram could be moved Into the the next special meeting set Temple said. Akridge, also aSouthsldepar- in Miami during the
school within a maximum of Monday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Two main problems existat ent. She, of course was told Democratic and Republican While Last
60 days after an agreement Is "Heck, I\e tried e>ery- Emergency repairs by Johnson the middle school and vo- It does cost and that absen- national conventions. They
reached. He emphasized the Ihing else.! .:' Service personnel Tues- tech complex which are heat- tism has been high duringthe --.:,. ,
day got some heat into the ed from a central system using cold spell. ... = ,
Bradford Middle School,which a loop of pipes which "Yes I want some answers Debate Thursday E *
cold Monday with indoor circulate either heated or i r "'t, \
was was told before that : ;-
temperatures never climbingover cooled water. you were prepared to do what- (From Page 1)) Friday I ..t. 1'-

SEE US FOR 60 degrees, school per- One problem now is that ever was necessary," said winning the past two years,
sonnel said. Parts of the Brad- the 1.4 million BTU boiler parent Townsend Strickland. more Bradford students are
Saturday
ford Union vo-tech school which heats the water is operating lie said his child would remain taking notice of the debate
eok were also affected. at about 60 per cent home until the school team now, Mrs. Fuller says, '
7 capacity. Water Monday night ONLY
FOR A CHANGEALL At Southside Elementary rooms were warmed. Supt. r
the boiler at 123 With interst In the program
was leaving
he couldn't blame
said
School 15 of 24 classroomswere Temple
KINDS. INCLUDINGRed degrees fahrenheit and returning growing she expects more
said to be cold Mon- any parent taking that posi- With PurchaseOf
boiler 91 students to join the team next
to the at
Snapper Catfish .
Scallops day. Teachers sent notices tion.It.
home notifying parents of the degrees. It should have been was said impossible to year. ATHRIFT
Grouper Oysters Mrs. Fuller elected
Frog legs cold school rooms which initiated up around 200 degrees going place electric heaters in the was
Flounder Lobsters Live crab much of the fire the out, according to Engineer Southside rooms because the District 2 coordinator for the
CabboqUNION school board received Mon- Turknett. lIe guessedthat electrical service is not ade- 1973-74 tournament.
Swamp
... lack of maintenance has to take the load. It Is BOXOF
.... ,., day night. quate
left several Jets which ato-
also against state law to have IN TOWNAT
Repairs were promised in mize fuel oil clogged up and in
of flame
one wing of the school, heat- that only part of them are any school type room.open a LAST! J KENTUCKY< FRIED CHICKEN
ed and cooled by individual units burning.The .
by Wednesday, after other problem Is In the $28.000 Morgan of an pointed$89,000 out bid that the 9 Pieces of Chicken O I" C Plus
$ TaxCOLONEL
Johnson Service personnelwere AMERICA'SFAVORITE
middle school and vo-tech school board took last
yearto .
authorized by Supt.Tem-
schools themselves. There a install a new heating and PASTA
ple to reconnect thermostatsand system of thermostats act as cooling system In Southsidewas SANDERS' RECIPEKentucky
clean out the new systemin sensors which turn on elec-
the fourth wing, referredto tric motors which operate lou- additional. The board electrical took capacity no- # (f eametlBS fried Chicken
above, which contains three vers which open one way to action on that bid becauseit $
blow cold air and the oppo- was twice the $40,000 bud- MACARONI
COMING TO site way to blow hot air. geted for the project. U.S. 301 NORTH PHONE 9645126'SET

It was found Tuesday that
TOWN 28 of the 35 electric motors
were not operating, that ther-
2133 N.W.6tht. 372-4191 mostats had been by passed, '
motors were by-passed. Lou- YOUR SIGHTS HIGH.
"Drive-in SPmce'SHRIMP vers were frozen In position .

OF ALL SIZES tiP when erating.the motors stopped op- TAKE CAREFUL AIM!

"
YJ "It's a mess, says Supt.
Jim Temple. "If you'd beenon
top of that building (B l5)
yesterday (Tuesday) you'd
gone out of your mind."

CONCEIVED IN DRUNKENNESSBorn Temple said Johnson Ser-
vice persornel have made
temporary repairs and thata
marginal amount of heat
Of Drunken Parents is being suplied middle
school- vo tech area.

WHAT CHANCE DOES THAT POOR "It'll take $20,000 to spend T' -
now on things that could have
been taken care of for $4,000or (

CHILD HAVE IN LIFE ? $5,000 three or four years u,, ., '
"
ago, Temple says. I .'

"Just lay it out there. It's \
ridiculous," tile superintendent 'I Isr \\\J
Yet, this Is what the Starke Jaycees are desiring for Bradford County. told The Telegraph.
The Jaycees are being used as dupes of Satan and his liquor Beer Wine
gang to poison babies by requesting the people vote to allow electionfor "One thing you'll find is t
wet or dry. That does not make it legal with God! that I don't run from prob- ", 1 1
The Bible (Go ahead, laugh, sneer, ridicule. You'll become a Funda- lems. I admit them, face up 0 ...
mental Bible believer "5" seconds after you drop into hell.) The Bible says to them." ;;
the life of the flesh Is in the blood Lev. 17:11.: Therefore, the blood of that Nine parents spent most of ,1 ,
precious little baby born to drinking parents has poison in it. Beer wine three hours Monday night J
grilling the school board a- V
liquor poison.
Some dear babies don't have a chance in \life. But, God will pay well bout the heating problem. Admitting _. ...... ....". .-...?
those responsible for such, when they come to his Judgment Bar. the problem with both ". ""
Think of the little baby conceived in drunken lust after Beer parties, heating and airconditioningIs --o
pitched by some "big shot" for his friends. Think of the babies conceivedin not new, tile board could r ..
drunken lust, by parents, after drinking In bars or taking it home in six- only sit and take the flack. /

packs.Some The school board, in turn, '
of them are members of big modern churches In good standing. quizzed architect Don Mor- .
.
What a stench in the nostrils of God. gan about the problems, also \ \ I ;JJ
Any preacher who will let a booze pusher, user, seller, stay in the churchis demanding answers. Mor- .\. .\\' -
a compromising, pussy-footing, soft-petaling, soft-soaping, back-scratching, gan had engineer Roy Turk- \! "
ear-tickling, spineless, dumb dog, that cannot bark. nett, who designed several .'. ';t
Acts 2:47b. "And the Lord added to the church dally such as should be of the systems, to explainas '. t c- lJ'li' :/
saved." best he could. Turknett \\\\ \ -
Did you notice only saved people are to be added to the church? explained he had only madea \ ; I
In I Cor. 6:9-10: God lists those who will not enter into heaven and not preliminary Investigation I \ I r.. I I :
saved. Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Monday, but noted the possibility ( (
Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate of the boiler and louv- : : J / i VI I
(men with girlish traits long hair etc.- nor abusers of themselveswith er motor problems. lie gavea \ 1 < i
\ i
mankind. Nor thieves, nor covetous nor DRUNKARDS, nor revilers, lengthy explanation of that \ ] I I' rr 1'
nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God." to the board. 1\\ ::1 (
Drunkards are classed BY GOD with Sodomites, homosexuals, thieves, Both Morgan and Turknett ISM\,': i! Ji.I (
etc emphasized the need for a ;I'I
The Bible also says, "Woe unto the man that putteth the bottle to his maintenance program by qua- ;, .

neighbor's Therefore lips.,"the man who sells it, the man who makes it, the man who lified personnel.The parents,.however, got At Guaranty Federal Set Your Sights On

rents the property for the sale of it, the man who leads the people to vote no assurance that school
for it, the man who Issues the license, the man who drives the truck that haulsit rooms would be warm Tues- For
the girl or man who slides it across the counter, the man who advertisesthe day morning. Higher Earnings Your Savings!
damnable slop, the man who drinks it, has no bible right to have his name

on any I challenge church roll.any Bible believer (God's Bible) whoever he may be to brand Rain ( By The Way. .We Aim To Please !)

that statement non-biblical. Don't challenge me with your R.S.V. or Good News (From Page 1))
for Modern bum Only Good ;News I know for modern man is that he better
repent and receive Jesus Christ, the Son of God as Lord and Saviour. MayI 2.3 fall fell inches Friday recorded, Feb. 9 at, with the CI (Formerly First Fed.ral Savings 8> Loan Association Of Starke)

urge you slop promoters to do this before it is too late- and you wake up Louis 11111 tower at Highland

in Hell. 1.8 inches at the New
God says in Eph. 5:11: "And have no fellowship with the unfruitful worksof River

darkness Only depraved, but rather minds reprove would them.lead"a Government to spend millions to protect Santa tower south., Fe and tower 1.5 inches on US-301 at the rDffill1 ri: GUARANTY FEDERAL

birds, animals from disease, poison, pollution, yet license poison to be dished So far this month Inches JJIDD1[ !
3.8
out children to poison better. the brains of children. I love birds (the kind that fly), but I love of rain has been recorded -- SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION"The

Come on Christians Time to wake up. We let the Infidels replace God'sBible in the county, still 2.03 \....
In our churches with R.S.V.'s and all kinds of Satan's versions; we let inches less than the 50-year / house 01 Sarings"Saving ?
them teach evolution, communism, dancing in our schools Instead of God's average for February of 5.83 m. STARKE OFFICE
word. Are we going to let them make available more dens of Inqulty for men inches. So far this year 8.94 Insured By The Federal ,,,
inches of rainfall
and to satisfy their lusts? Blaspheming the name of Christ By calling has been
themselves women Christians? measured here, 1.22 inches Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation 395 W. MADISON ST. PHONE 964-5000
below the 50-year average for

Melvin Hamel, Pastor inches.the first two months of 10.6 [You May Also Make Deposits And Withdrawals In Gainesville At Guaranty Federal's other Offices
First Baptist Church
One forest fire
the
Hampton, Florida week burned two acres during and 220 N. Main 3501 W. University

was deliberately set, said the
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Rabies ,j ___ ___
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On : L I'ARTWAS MOST IMPORTANT 2 Fail To Appear, I IOne
J Squirrel = L.EFr,
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"1 Said Negative VIMMV'S.) ..ANYWAY.. .. c t..o- 1 felony case, that of J. Judge: Orders Arrest I
5 cu C. Norris, charged with aggravated -
Rabies report on the cat oo j 1 : assault was trans. Fines assessed In afternoon
squirrel which attacked Mrs. .i V ;;' I ferred Circuit Court by County Zimmerman, Ma rice William session were:
Titus Olson two weeks ago ;, Judge Elzle Sanders InCounty Fletcher Llewelyn Ernest CarrelDaughedy Hubbard R. Harley, chargedwith
proved negative according to : plea court action Tuesday, Greene, and, Lanny Ian Johnston Felder writing a worthless check
Jack Feb. 13 In another and fine $26 and 30 days In
Trawlck.county; sanitarian. quiet ses- all charged with unlawful speedand
: sion. fined $36 three In Jail, and Calvin Henley, charged -
t or days
,I Trawick now theorizes the Two persons failed to appear with voluntary Intoxicationand
Jail James Saunderson
squirrel was a neighborhood one Leroy McCray, ; Edgar fined $36 or three days In
pet and may not have actually r. : ._ charged with Improper passIng Ronald Wilson Edward Hunter Driggers and fames David Jail and credit given for time
attacked Mrs. Olson but could In the morning session spent in Jail.
have been just playing. c : and the other, Russell Man- Porter Price,each charged with Bond estreatures Tuesdaywere
unlawful and fined $26or
speed
mIng, charged with writing a :
." Mrs. Olson's legs were cut t- .r' worthless check, In the after- two days In Jail; Cicero Mary Delia Brown, chargedwith
by the squirrel however. The .;:- ''I noon. Cases In the morning Wallace Leggett, charged with running a red light; Mar-
while under the influence
animal was shot by police and consist of traffic violations and driving lene LeZand Edley, Bill How-
its head examined for rabies. Key ..,orJ. to saving valuable ;- the afternoon other misdeam- of alcoholic beverages and ard Mooney, and Kenneth Earl
fined $151 or 30 days In Jail
forest rcRourcoalOOoooooGooQOOOooooaOOoOOooOOOoOOoOOOOOc t t Cane, each charged with no
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'A ors.Judge and his drivers license revoked -
certificate Flo
valid
Sanders Issued a war- Inspection ;
y rant for their arrest and set for 90 days. Hope LIpscomb Mason, John D.
bond at $251 for McCraYI, and Vernon R. Barnett, charged RoelIng, Michael Thomas
1 $101 for Manning.Two with unlawful speed and fined James, Carol Crews Platt.Roscoe -
; ?4iISCOUNTON AIi persons pled not guilty $51 or five days In Jail; James Wilson, Williams Rivers,
Houston with violationof
k and their cases were trans- charged and Leslie Angus Green, each
ferred to the county trial doc- right of way and fined $36 charged with unlawful speed,
ket for non-Jury trials.They or three days In Jail;and James and Robert J. Douglas and Bal-
ALL NEW CHRYSLER AIRTEMPAIR Porter Price,charged with fail- both
are Jessie Green Brown,charged Iou Eugene Edwards,
CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. .. with driving to the left of ure to appear and fined $101or charged with voluntary intoxi-
10 in
center of roadway, and L. D. days Jail. cation.
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ACT NOW..AND SAVE! 1 Henderson charged with petit .
larceny. Henderson's bail bondIs -

STARKE APPLIANCE ,. Jack set at Andrews$251. charged with Henry Block has I

assault and battery was put on
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4'c Fines assessed in the morn-
ing session of court are: should
WHERE FAIR\ PRICES .- Will Ellis, charged with unlawful come to us

AND QUALITY WORKIS -_ ._._. .__ three days speed In and Jail fined; John$46 Cecil or for income tax help.
--- -- -- "
-
OUR PRIDE. Stephens, Linda English, Jack
Starke Mayor Jimmy Mcltae declares the week of Cornelius Deeds, Paul Allen
Professional Repairman employedFor Feb. 12-16 Future Business Leaders of America week In k ,*_ Reason 11. Our
Information FBLA Starke with FBLA officers Cl-r) Cindy Mitchell, Rachel CORRECTIONl average fee for

Williams. Martha Buckley, and Ann Haynes witnessing.The To correct an injustice to over seven and a half million

CALL 96 -8163 Weekrcawftyttttwsw celebration, proclaimed both nationwide and state- one of the top secretarial last
OR COME BY wide, is to inform the general public and local businessmen students at Bradford High, customers year was only
of the number of future executives, secretaries, The Telegraph must report about 12 dollars.]]
322 BROWNLEE, business machine operators, teachers, and clerks being that Miss Martha Buckley won
trained In high schools, vocational-technical schools, business !- first place in Junior steno-
STARKE, FLA.oooooocooooGoooooooooOoooooooooooooooooc. schools, and colleges and universities throughoutthe graphy in the recent State
country, according to Bradford FBLA President Mar- Leadership Conference of
tha Buckley. District m Future Business

:::::: ::::::: :: : ::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::.:.:.:::.:;:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::; ::::::::;:::;:::;::::::::::::::::::::::;:: Leaders The of America. ,
t Telegraph mistakenly .
.::1 CHARLES E. ZIPPERER Land Clearing Fire Permit reported in its February 8 '
_ edition that Miss. Buckley 3
won
'::: :: fourth .
.::;: 1121 E. B.is.nt Rd. c.- ," :::: Procedures Are SimplifiedThe One place.reason for featuring

r:: the BUS winners In
secretarial -
Forestry
Florida Department of personnel to docu-
1 Is Now Associated With! Geo. Roberts .i ;; i Pollution Control and the Div. ment the open burning viola- competition Is that local
? isbn of Forestry -- working tions observed. They will then businessmen might want first
Real Estate In A Full Time Capacity '. j together to cut down on "red be forwarded to tne uepari- crack at some of the best
1 tape"--have simplified the ment of Pollution Control for secretarial talent about to be U
graduated from Bradford
necessary enforcement act-
for obtaining
procedure required -
ij I II igh.
permission to set land ion.Violations THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE

1.:: H* Has Been Employed At Roberts Real Estate .1111. clearing fires.Permission Pollution Control of Department regulationscan of
''
result in civil penaltiesof 118 NORTH WALNUT
m On A Part Tim Basis Sine Aug. 1971. 1111 can now be obtained to $5,000 day breach People are generally honest,
I by one telephone call to up per but everybody lies about the [Open 9 A.M. To 6 P. M. Monday Thru Saturday Phon. 9648286NO
1 11 i im the nearest Division of For- day that the violation kind of car his family had
CHARLES E. ZIPPERER estry office. occurs and criminal penaltiesof when he was small. APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
up to one year in jail.

m Jj Charles Hat Mad Many Friends- .. & Business Acquaintances_ Since, ,Moving c To Stark.. >1 "1 Pollution Through Control the Department,the Division of I

.... 14 Yean Ago. First In The Finance Business & for The. Past 10 Yrs. .With, :";::. "Forestry Is charged with v
)' jcn
administering a portion of the
1 Liberty National Life Insurance. H* wlshs To Invite -All To Contact Him 1 1: state's Open Burning Regulations IT'S ONLY THURSDAY
designed to cut down on
1 Regarding Any Real Estate Needs Or Service H* Might Render In His New Line : smoke pollution hazards.

8..
::::! Of Work. :: While Intensifying the enfor-

m1! GEO. ROBERTS REAL ESTATE 1 : cement altering, the the administration two agencies are of But

j jI the regulation to save
1 421 W. MADISON ST. STARE( FLA. public confusion, "says JohnM. .

I Bethea, Director of the Division -

1 i ksft:::: :::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::964-7876:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:;:::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::f-:;:* "Before of Forestry, a person, might IT'S ALREADY OVER |
have to make two or three tele-
phone calls to get an authorization -
for land clearing burn-
ing for deve lopement or home- A WEEK
building purposes," Bethea
The Ultimate Name In said.

I "Now, is most cases, only
one call will be required and Since A Very Important Mailing Was Sent To
Cooking Ranges.MAGIC that will be to the Division of

year Forestry During the ,regulations 1972the" he added.have first beenin full You The Registered Voters Of Bradford CountyIf

effect--the Division For-

H CHEF estry ccests for received permission 56, 936 to burn.re- You Have Not A Iready Done So

Only 733:;requests were dialed,
with 132 violations reported to

the Control.Department The Division of Pollution recommended PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TODAYTO

that action be taken in

49 violations.The READ SIGN AND RETURN THE

The Economical Way To Cook ,

the regulation porcedure is for explicit getting in PETITION CARD TO THE STARKE

Is A Magic Chef Gas Range clearance to burn land for
agricultural purposes, but has
left land clearing burning In a JAYCEES.Your
w.; "
"state of smoke. requires
.. _:_- .
-- m-, only that Indubuduals "notifyand
consult" the Division of
Forestry, if there are plans to
burn off land that Is near"for-
In
FEATURING : Prompt Cooperation
est grass, woods, wild landsor SigningThe
marshes." The final authorization -

36"Range p- I given by the for Department such fires was of Petition Card Mailed To You By

Pollution Control.

Burners Bethea said his office will The Jaycees Can Begin One Of The

1* Lift now be the agency to give authorization -
Up Top
for such burns. Most
Progressive In The
Storage Permission to burn is dependent Steps HistoryOf
on atmosheric con-
BK v Av-r-n-P! *>h v ditions, and proxmlty tooccu- Bradford
Compartment v, pied buildings and highways County.
which are up to the local fores-
Broiler I try official to decide.
"Smoke pollution hazardsare
considered to be a major Please Return
cause of highway accidents
when smog of fog Is a factor," .
Bethea explained.The .
dispatcher at the local
forestry office will continue to YOURSigned :
base his decision for requeststo f
k. burn at night on a weather ,
$19900 stagnation Index, an Index designed -
to measure whether Petition *
Card
.
smoke will diffuse or"hover"In .
the atmoschere after afire. ;
One other change In enforce-
ment of the open burning rule .
SAWYER SLADE GAS Is that the Division of Forestry TODAY
personnel will now be em-
< powered to Issue a "Recordof
332 W. Madison Starke, Fla. Violation" to induviduals
observed violating the provis-
964-7701 Ions of the open burning rule. Starke Jaycees
The "Record of Violation"will
-V" "V" ** '**' "a-* "*-*'
|fiV fr
Li- !iyi be used by Division of



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Brice, during the week.
AND ACTIVITIES
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClel-
Grace United Methodist Ian attended services at Oak
Church: Sunday School, 9:45:
MADISON STREET HAMPTON BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH MORGAN ROAD ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL a.m. Worship Services a.m Blanding, on Sunday where

BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHRUCH Sunday Service Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH KEYSTONE HEIGHTS and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7 their friend Rev. Bill Lo- I

Sunday, February 18: Sunday School 10 a.m.; Intersection of Highways 16 School 9:45: a.m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sunday Services at 10:30.: p.m., followed by Choir Prac- vell, is pastor.
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Service 11 a.m.;Bible (North) and 225. Worship, 10:45 a.m. Evening Morning Worship: at 11. TrainIng Morning Prayer, First and Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, I I
Morning Worship, 11; Church Study 6:30 p.m.; Evening Ser- Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- Service, 7:15: p.m. Youth Union, 6:30: Evening Ser- Third Sundays;Holy Communion tice.United Methodist Women of Jr., and family, and Vickie

Training, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer vice 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Ing Service at 11. Evening Group Meeting, Sunday, 6:30 vice, 7:30.: 2nd and 4th Sundays;Sun- the Church met at the church Hazen, of Starke, visited Mr.
Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Wor- Prayer and Service, 7:30. Wednesday WednesdayPrayer and day School, 9:30: a.m. Tuesday night with 11 mem- and Mrs. Charles Allen, and

ship, 7:30 P.m. Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. p.m.J.C.. Brown, minister Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. --Thomas O. Feamster, Jr. bers present. Miss Arthurlne Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Byrd,
MondayYouth Choir,7 p.m. -Melvin I'amel, Pastor. -Rev. James T. Parrish .Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor. Pastor Blanchard, Vice President, of Valdosta, Ga. on Saturday.
Study, 10 While there the children en-
TuesdayBible had charge of the devotional
a.m.; Girls In Action, 3:30: HAMPTON CHRISTIAN NEW RIVER BAPTIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARK'S in the absence of Mrs. Olin, Joyed playing in the snow.
CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning BROOKER EPISCOPAL CHURCH who was ill.Highland Mrs. Nonagall Paynes, and

p.m.Wednesday- Family Night Sunday School 10 am Morn- ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Worship 11 sum. Pre Ser- Sunday School 10 .; Worship Sunday Services: Baptist Church: daughter, of Gainesville, Mr.

Supper, 6:30: p.m., Prayer ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- vices (Booster Band, Young Services II a.m. and 7 8:30 a.m. Holy Communion. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., and Mrs. O.B. Wiggins, of
Meeting, Mission Friends, Worship 7.James Shaw ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night People, and Prayer Service), H p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. 9:45: a.m. Church School. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
7:30; Adult Choir Practice, pastor. service 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor. 11 a.m. Cist & 3rd Sundays) 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- Jerry Wilkison and family,
8:30. welcome. Midweek Service, Wednesday Holy Communion. and Mrs. Donald W 11 Id son
ThursdayBible Study, -Jim Countryman, pastor. 7:30 p.m. Rev.John Strickland, 11 a.m. (all other Sundays) Choir nesday Practice.7:30: p.m. followed by spent Sunday with their par-

7:30 CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor. JORDAN MISSIONARY Morning Prayer. ents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wil-
p.m.Denton Sumrall, Pastor Sunday School 10 am. Morn- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. The Rev. John M. Flynn, PERSONALSMrs. kison, Sr., and family

ing Worship 11. Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- EVERGREEN BAPTIST 301 North, behind Tas- Rector. J.O. Pons and son, Burney Dobbs, of Jacksonville -
6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. ing Worship 11 am. Evening CHURCH tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Joey, of Tallahassee, spent called on his parents,
FIRST UNITED METHODIST -Rev. Jim Black, pastor. Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer Sunday School, 10 a.m. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- CHURCH OF GOD the weekend with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs,
STARKE Meeting 7:30 p.m.Wednesday.Rev. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.! Mrs. Bryant Reddish. Sunday afternoon.
SundaySunday School, 9:45 J.C. Saunders, pastor. Sunday night Service at 6:30.: Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- Sunday School, 10 a.m Morn- Miss Arthurine Blanchard Joseph Starling, Mr. and

a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST LAWTEYCONGREGATIONALHOLIIIo"ESS Wednesday night prayer Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday visited her sister, Miss En- Mrs. Lester Austin, Pam,
Youth Choir Rehearsal, 5 CHURCH CHURCH meeting at 7:30.: day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, za Blanchard, at Baker County Kim, and Annette, were dinner -
p.m.; UMYF snack supper, 6; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- -Cecil E. Crawford, Sr,pas Griffis associate pastor. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Nursing Home on Friday. guests of their brother-
UMYF meetings and recrea- ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School' 9:45: 11 a.m.; tor. Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. Mr and Mrs. Randall Brad- in-law and sister, Mr. and

tion, 6:30.: Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Youth Morning Service Worship 6 p.m. Evening a.m. HEILBRONN BAPTIST --Rev. M.E. Fussell, pastor ley, of Jacksonville, spent the Mrs. Bill Dobbs and family,

WednesdayMidWeek Everyone welcome. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD "*., CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. weekend with their mother, on Sunday.
Prayer Group, 7:30 p.m.; -Rev. Robert Haisten, pas Worship 7 p.m. Mrs. R.L. Bradley. Miss Debbie Joe Napier, of
Meeting Ralford Road & Weldon St. School 9:45
Tuesday Prayer Sunday : a.m.
Chancel Choir rehearsal, Lake Forest Academy, Orlando -
tor. Mrs. Tracy Leach and chil-
7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship 11. Train- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH weekend
the
7:30. long
: ing Worship 11. Even- Union 6:30 Evening dren, and her mother, of Rai- spent
-Rev. W.B. Chauncey, pastor Sunday Ing p.m. Sunday School 10
a.m. Mr
Friday-lId I re n's Choir CHURCH OF CHRISTAT ford were guests of Mrs. Harold with her grandparents,
ing 7 Thursday Service 7:30. Midweek Prayer -
p.m. night :
Morning Worship 11
Rehearsal, 3:30.: MELROSE a.m.; Eunice on Saturday. and Mrs. B.L. \\llkison, Sr.
-Rev. George Harper, Schedule of Services: 7:30.: Service, 7:30.: Evening Worship, 7p.m.Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay-
-Charles Thomas Howe
-Rev. L. Tommy ,
pastor. pas
nesday Prayer Meeting and
Pastor Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m KINGSLEYLAKE of Tampa, were Sunday over- ton and son Tommy, of Jack-
tor,
Morning Worship 11 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study, 7 p.m. Young night guests of their brother- sonville, were dinner guestsfo

BAYLESS HIGHWAY Evening Worship 7 p.m. Sunday School a.m.Morn- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Peoples Meeting every Mon- in-law and sister, Mr. and their mother, Mrs. C.R

BAPTIST CHURCH All other evenlng-8 p.m. Ing Worship at 11. Training ((8 mi. south of Starke on SMYRNA MISSIONARY day G.F., 7 p.m Prevatt, pastor. Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and family. Crews, and Glennan, on Sun-

Sunday School, 10 a.m. Kenneth Union, 6:30 p.m.; Evening hwy. 100)Sunday) BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore day.Mr.
F.Tixson director. Morning C CHURCH:: OF JESUS CHRISTOF Worship, 7:30 Prayer Meet- School 10 a.m. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Everyone welcome. attended the funeral of their and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
at 11. church Services Sunday School, 10 brother Fred of Oca- were guests of their brother,
Worship 4: LATTER DAY SAINTS Ing, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Morning Worship II ajn. : Boyer,
Training, 6 p.m. Gerald Nor 1404 E. Bessent Road -- S.C. Cuthbert, Interim Choir Practice .6:30: p.m. a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.Train GREATER BETHLEHEM la, on Wednesday.' Clarence Dobbs, at Sanderson -
man director. Evening Wor- Family Home EvenlngMonlay. pastor. Evening Worship .7:15: p.m. ing Union 5:45 P.m. Evening FREE WILL BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Mosley on Sunday.
ship, 7 p.m. Mld-Week Prayer Prayer Bible Study .Wed. Worship, 7 p.m. Everyone CHURCH were guests of their brother Visiting Mr. and !Mrs. Eugene -
and Bible Study, 7 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. 'welcome. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Starling and family from
Primary-Tuesday,4:30 Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday
J.D. Robinson, pastor. Wednesday- Relief Society p.m., BROOKER, FLA. Rev. Merle L. Packham, -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor. School 9:30: ; Morning and Mrs. Cecil Mosley, of Tuesday to Thursday were sister
brother-in-law and
7':30. Rev. Jim Temple pastor. pastor. Samsula, and their son-in- their -
: Worship, 11 League 4 p.m.
PINE! HILL CONGREGATIONAL ThursdayM.I.A.7:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron LAURA BAPTIST Night Service; 6 p.m.-Rev. law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfe,
p.m. School 9:45: a.m. New from Englewood, Ohio. They
METHODIST CHURCH Bristol, Superintendent Sunday Mrs. Jerry Vogler, of
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- a Sunday-Priesthood. Sunday School, 10:30, a.m.8:30urn. : Training Union, 6:45. Lowell ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLICCHiIRN Morning Worship 11 a.m. Jasper Williams, pastor. Smyrna Beach, on Sunday. will be moving to Floridain

ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth E Evening: Meeting 6 Sa- Douglas, Director. Worship STARKE Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Joe Dorko and Mrs. the near future.
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- c rement.' p.m. Services 11 a.m., 7:30. Mid- Father James Cregan, pas- Midweek Bible Study, Wed- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Ernest Wells attended the funeral -

ship, 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. -Jesse D. Branson, Branch week Prayer Service, 7:30.: tor. nesday, 7:30 p.m. CHRUCHSTARKE, of her nephew, Everitt Mrs. Edna Pounders, and
Griffis pastor. ]' Lavern Outlaw, music direc- Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sun- Be in church Sunday. Sunday--Church School, Babbitt, of Georgetown on Sun- daughters, Dorothy and Eliz-
'residentCONGREGATIONAL tor. day Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day -Lester Austin, pastor. 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11. abeth, and Mr. and !Mrs Sy

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Mass, 7 p.m.Confession. Nursery provided.WednesdayYouth. day.Mr.. and Mrs. J.C. Beach, Barginer, all of Robertsdale,
Highway S-100 A Saturday 6 STARKE CHURCHOF Fellow- of Jacksonville, were supper Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Chas.Sin-
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn HOLINESS CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD CHRIST ship, 7:30: p.m.ThursdayChoir. guests of their parents, Mr. yard, and son, of Alberta,
ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m. LAWTEYFLA. p.m.School of Religion: Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Rehearsal and Mrs. J.F Robertson, and Ala., were guests of Mrs.
Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- .Morning Worship 11 a.m. Schedule of services: Sun- Grade School Sunday 11 ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Edith Swinney on Sunday Pounders niece. "Mrs. Elsie:
ship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday J Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. day School, 10 a.m. Morning a.m. to 12 noon. 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- --Erik T. Johnson, Minister night. On W'ednesdaynightMr. Norman, Monday night to Fri-
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. Thursday night Prayer Worship at 11. Evangelistic High School-- Wednesday 7 nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible and Mrs. C.A. North, also of day. They were here to attend

-Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., Meeting 7:30 p.m. Service 6 p.m. YPE and p.m. Class, Thursday 11 a.m. Jacksonville, were supper the funeral of their father Gar-
Pastor. -David Hodges, Pastor. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday ; Church located one block weston guests of their mother, Mrs. land Pounders, at Oak! Grove

7:30: p.m.Rev.. Daisy SR16. '" Howard Neats Edith Swinney, and the Robert- Baptist Church ,near Camp
Kight. Pastor. Belle E. DanielMrs. --J.P.lI..Be11, minister. sons. Blanding.

Howard S. Neats 73 of' Mr. and Mrs. Georee Tt.* Mr. and ''Mrs. John Petryi,
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ,
GAINESVILLE Summerlin, of Lake City,
CHRUCH MACCLENNY Belle Edwards Daniel, J Mrs. Mary Kittles Westmoreland Trailer Park, spent Wednesday to Friday of Arcadia, spent Monday to
with their mother
I Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy 89, died Saturday, Feb. 3, in a died Monday in Bradford with their brother-in-law and Wednesday, ,
Ernest Raulerson.
Day Mass, 5:3u::: p.m. retirement home in Georgia.She Services for Mrs. Mary G. County Hospital after a brief sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mrs.
Swindell and
Mrs. S.L. sons,
illness. Born in Newark N.J.
Business DirectoryAUTO was a naive: of Starke, Kittles, 81, Lawtey, who died Priest.
attended joint birthday
a
par-
on Sept. 3, 1899, he was a
ilie d3Mt-'i,3i-: : the late William Feb. 10 are scheduled Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore, for Rebecca Cowan, her
ty
FIRST BAPTLST CHURCH Feb. 13 at 2 at Mt retired machinist and had lived of Lake the
and Josephine! Truluck p.m. City, are proud mother !Mrs. Elaine Cowan,
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES ST ARKE Edwards. She was the widow: of Zion A.M.E. Church In Law- in Starke for the past four parents of a baby boy, born and grandmother, Mrs. C.K.
Robert O. Bob) Daniel, who years. He was a member of Friday afternoon in St. Vin inJacksonville Satur-
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson FarU Inc. SundaySunday School, 9:45 was employed at one time by tey.Burial will be in Peach- the. First Presbyterian Church. cent's Hospital. His name is day Cowan night., ,

a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 the Bradford County Tele- vllle Cemetery. Robert Charles Moore, Jr.
: BrookseyFutch
Surviving are his wife, Mar- Mir and Mrs.
OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS .; Bell Ringers Group, 5:15 graph, and later became a Pullman Mrs. Kittles was born In Ii Maternal grandmother Mrs. Lakeland
ion Neats, of Starke one of spent
SALES & SERVICE Insecticide Pet Suppli.. p.m.; Church Training, 6:15; conductor, serving until Raleigh, N. C. and lived In son, Donald J. Neats, Gainesville ; Kathleen Copeland, of Lake Thursday with their cousins,
Fin lcton! of U..d Car. FERTILIZERS Evening Worship, 7:30. his retirement. Lawtey for the past 60 years one daughter, Mrs. Ar- City; paternal grandparentsare Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr .
Taken On Cadillac Trad. We Rent Fertiliser Spreader Monday Youth Ensemble, Mrs. Daniel moved with her She was a member of Mt ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. and Mrs. I Ian-
Sidney
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 6:30 p.m; Youth Choir Prac- family to Sarasota about 50 Zion A.M.E. Church where and lene three Reed, Bloomfield, N.J.; Mrs. Vaughn Prescott, of sen were dinner guests of their

tice, 7 p.m.Tuesday years ago, and resided there she was a member of Stewardess grandchildren. Kingsley Lake, called on her sister Mrs. Walter Martin,
Funeral services held ,
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS Young Musicians, until recent years. She was a Board No. 2.Survivors were parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo- '
Slmda .
Music Makers, 3:30: p.m.; G.A. member of the Baptist Church. Include four at 2 p.m. Wednesday In the nard !Norman, and the Carl on ,}
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylorand
POWELL'S LIDDELL Bell Choir Practice, 4:15p.m.WednesdayActeens : She is survived by one son, daughters: Mrs. Naomi K. First Presbyterian Church
with Erik Johnson Normans last familv were dinner guestsof
Rev.
conducting Friday.
Daniel Jones Miss Rejoyce Kittles,
5p.m. the Rev. Russell of ,
;
Beauty Academy Interment In Mr and Mrs. Bill their brother-in-law and
Warner and both of Lawtey Mrs. MaryK. was George,
Family .Night Supper, 6 p.m.; Robins, Ga., two ;
Glaaa Company Crosby Lake Cemetery with of Starke, were guests of Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bax-
/Nelson: Jacksonville and
Prayer Meeting. R.A. Meet- grandchildren, Mrs. Barbara ,
Learn a Prof..iion In Your Sun-
Doctors Inlet
of
DeWitt on
C.Jones Funeral Home and Mrs. W.A. Mosley Satur- Icy ,
Ro-
Rose B.K. Stokes
Officers Meeting 7:15 Church Ellis Warner Robins and Mrs. ,
,
; ;
Spar Tim. Full Part "Glas. For Purpo.. in
Every charge. day night.
or
Choir Practice, 8 Russell Daniel Jr. Florence chester, N.Y.: five sons, day.Mr.
p.m. ,
Tim Store Front Mirror --James T.Brock,pastor Ital v. Charles Kittles, Bronx, N. Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan, and Mrs. Jess Taj, of

219 N.W. 10() th 378.2766 Tub Enclosure Showers Services were held Monday, Y.; Willard, Archie, Howard, of Jacksonville, were supper Seattle, Wash are spending a
Furniture Top Class Feb. 5, in Manasota Gardens, and Harvey Kittles, all of WISH I'D SAID guests of their parents, Mr. few days with their uncle and
*
*
Sarasota. Lawtey; two sisters: Mrs. RU- and Mrs. J.F. Robertson, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Replaced Beach Mrs. Edith Swinney last Fri- Hansen.
ler Berry, Daytona THAT
The wind chill factor is a ; .
El ECTRIC and Mrs. Annie B. McCoy day night
NEW LOCATION. Smokey Says : ,
device
wonderjul} for assuring
Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Goinetville us that we are more miserable Lake City.Bessie. visited their son and daughter- the o1d ym&'t

372.8191 than we had thought. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Chuck ',
Of Goin..vill.. Inc. -.372-1102 '{ : f:. .' '\ ,
M. WoodsMrs. Moore and new son in St. .1" :, .,, '

Repairing Rewinding Santa Fe Tractor TRA5H "The Fullerton Philosopher Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville "\' ,\ 1 ( I \\IJ
Hew
And U..d ArredondoMobile Bessie Mae Woods, on Sunday. \... ",1 ... \
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 LONG says that with just n :. ;-\ i -
Mr. and Mrs. John Browardand 11 [
,58, of Hampton[ died upon little more help from thegovernment ? \ .
MOVERS Farm & Industrial Tractor Home Sales] arrival at Bradford County family, of Jacksonville, )\:.'""' I... '
!! there's a fortune spent the weekend with their (r''o :
Hydraulics Ho. & Fitting Hospital Saturday, Feb. 10, 'I, ':
Long Distance Moving Bait all Si... Steam Top Quality' Mobile Homes after an extended Illness. She to be made in po'ertySo mother, Mrs. Ernest Hauler- II r.r

Storage Packing Cleaner & Chemicals was born in Bartow County, II. FarrinKton: The son. **A fiery' temper ne.er
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Crating Shipping Sale* & Service And Outstanding Service 9c Ga. on Nov. 18, 1914. Harvey (N. Dak. ) Herald. Mrs. Barbara Harris and helps I to make. a .url1l.
Free Record 1 Surviving are two sons, Jeff baby of Ralford, visited her fri'utlhip; ,"'
Estimate
Call Pick Up & Delivery Mention This Ad For 1 Baker, Hampton 1 ; and Hubert I : : X'' '<< '="'''''' ''"'-'' '*'"'''
Ga.
Baker, Tallapoosa, ; sev-
4488 N. W. 6 th St. 550.00 DiscointGAINESVILLE Mrs. Hul-
Johnny
en sisters,

Gainesville, Fla. 4620 N.W. 13th St. Searcy sey, Starke, Gallon; 'Mrs, Ua.;Mattie Mrs r ;; fI; 'j

MUSIC Ph. 373.3573 Chaperone your trash fire Mary Purser, Kockmart, oa.;
Van Service, Inc. don't let it go out alone. and Mrs. Ann McElroy, Ce- Inc.Hwy.

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3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vilN nw. dartown, Ga.Funeral .. .,
BALDWINPIANOS services were held
372-4271 Double EE Mobile Homes Inc. TuisJx/,\ Bellvlew Baotist :: 00 N

ORGANS Church Rockmart with De- 1111 Ji1
at !
4500 N.W. 6th Street
AUTO SALES SERVICE Gainesville, Fla. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home Ph. 473-3029

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Sales & Service in charge of arrangements.
QMS. INC. 1 1 j

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Arlie ::
BroughtonArlie I ::

MUSIC Co. Sizes Including Doublewides ;j Keystone Heights, Fla. ;;1;

PricesCompetitive', B rOliRh ton 59 of
C'ville ,
Shopping Cen.
Factory Authoriicd Gainesville, died Saturday In III
Jill
Pontiac 372-5351 CLIFF RANKIN, Manager Alachua General Hospital. A The

Sal- Porti-Scrvie PHONE 372-5267 native of Starke, he was are- Of 44home
MOBILE HOMES REPAIRS
210 N. Main Coin. .
.vill Flo tired produce truck operator. *
372-2583 SERVICE Surviving are his mother, ::.:.: 11 :..:.::.
TRAILERS I'r.' ,'. Mt.lU Him.* Mrs. Hilliard Broughton; four -c\

RVlr' t S. 9(11( Int. daughters, Dorothy, Margie, jj1 ___ ; jj11
Arline, and L I n d a allot I:: __ '
Authorized Dealer DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Gainesville; six brothers : n.v. ::::

For Evani-lnterthem Earl, of Gainesville; Edward,
Graham uWillis; Starke;
2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. Siegler Heating & STARKE Ernest, acksonville, and

Gainesville 376-0691 Air Conditing Equip. Phone 964.6200 Egbert, Gainesville; three I I
S.l.s-S.rvlc.-R.ntol. sisters, Mrs. Ruby Strickland,

Rental a. law a. $4.30 per Supplies AwningsAir Rental' Starke; Mrs. Mildred Graham,
day Hitche,. Intalld-Coni Lake Butler; and Mrs. Mar- ::::
Conditioning Initalled Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs/( Crutches. Earnest, Miami. ::::

plete For All,..c. Veh. Service Oept. $650 Up KEYSTONE HEIGHTS garet Funeral services were held 11; Tiffany, Parkwood, Harvard jj::;;

450o N.W. at 2 p.m. Monday In Gainesville :: 24 44 to 24 60 to 4 Bedrooms. %
3aler Fan. (Country AireShasta 6th St. Gainesville Phone 473-3176 i with burial in Mount Sinai x x X::*

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I ** *<* Legal NoticesIN ... .". ..,. '" ". -1/'. 'Ij\,, Tax Guide Booklet Ready I


., To Aid Small Business

TIlE CIRCUIT COURT ty, to the Circuit Judge of NOTICEIn on or before March 5, 1973: Nely on E R/W 1360' to Beg. tion is subject to a public

EIGHTH! JUDICIAL, CIRCUITOF Bradford County Florida, The circuit Court of Florida otherwise a judgement maybe Being In Sec. 25 Twp. 7S hearing to be held on Tues-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR at his office' in the courthouse Eighth Judicial Circuit, entered against you for the Rge 21 East. day Feb. 27th at 7:30: PM Guide for Small Business" is retailers, and professionalmen.

BRADFORD COUNTY of slid: County; at Starke, Florida In and For Bradford County.; relief demanded in the com- This change In classification in the County Commissionroom now available to answer ques- '

within six calendar Civil Action. Case No. plaint or petition. is subject to a public at the Bradford County tions businessmen have about The "Tax Guide for Small

CIVIL ACTIONIn months from the time of the IN RE:The Marriage of Ver- Witness my hand and the to be held on Tuesday Feb. Court House at which time federal Income, excise and Business" sells for 75 cents at

re: The Marriage of Clifford first publication of this no- non R. BARNETT Husbandand seal of said Court on Febru- 27th at 7:30 p.m. in the Coun- all persons interested shall employment taxes. most IRS offices. It is also a-

Owen Dennis, Husbandand tlco. Two copies of each claimor PEGGY D. BARNETT ary 2, 1973. ty Commission room at the be heard for or against the vailable from the U.S. Gov-

Yvonne Rider Dennis, demand shall be In writing Wife Gilbert S. BrownAs Bradford County Court House proposal, as specified in the The business tax guide, IRS ernment Printing Office,

I : and shall state the placeof OF SUIT Clerk of said Court at which time all persons Interested Zoning Code of Bradford Publication 334, also containsa Washington. D.C. 20402.
NOTICE
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Tax Calendar for 1973 listing
Wife.NOTICE residence and post office shall be heard for or
OF SUIT- address of the claimant, and TO: PEGGY D. BARNETT Deputy Clerk against the proposal, as speci- County.John Torode, Chairman dates on which the varioustax
NO PROPERTYTo Apt. 55, Botany Arms, Green- and Information returns .....
shall be sworn to by the claimant fied In the Zoning Code of Bradford County Zoning ,
: Clifford Owen Dennis Its agents or attorneyand ville, South Carolina 2/8 it. 3/1 Bradford County.; Board and payments are due.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED accompanied by a filing YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED John Torode, Chairman 2/15 2tp 2/22 The booklet Includes a Know Someone In A

that a Petition for Dis- feu of one dollar and suchcl that an action for dis- Bradford County Zoning checklist which enables busi- t t

solution of Marriage has been aim or demand not so filed lution of marriage has been LEGAL NOTICEI Board nessmen to Identify quickly all

filed against you by Yvonne shall be filed against you and you are will not be responsiblefor 2/8 2t 2/15 NOTICE taxes they may. have to pay

Rider Dennis and you are required /s/ J.R. Collier As executer required to serve a copy of any debts made by any- Gilbert Q. Crosley has made The checklist also contains Information ..OtJgt

to serve a copy of your of the Last Will and your writtenHesPIERCE, one other than myself. John NOTICE Application to the Bradford on each tax and the
written defensesif to It to it Homer Houck. Board for
reclassification -
any Testament of SANDRAW. DAVIS County Zoning
Gilbert forms .
Q. has required.The
on the plaintiffs Attorney for Petitioner, whose Crosley made
attorney, deceased 2/8 3tp 2/22 of the property;
whose name and address Is First Feb. 8 address Is P.O. Drawer 1030, Application to the Bradford described below from OR to booklet explains how Have them call the CRISIS"
Dudley P. Hardy 114 North publication Starke, Florida, and file the County Zoning Board for re- Federal tax laws apply to various "
Rl-C.
1973. CENTER time day
Walnut Street, Starhe Flo- original with the Clerk of the classification of the property; of Sl/2 of SW forms of businesses suchas any or
That portion ,
2/8 4t 31NOTICE described below from OR to the sole proprietor, partnership 804 SW 2nd Ave.
rida Court on or be-
32091 and file the original above-styled; NOTICE 1/4 of NE 1/4 East of Hwy tnlght.
with the clerk of the fore February 26th, 1973, C.A.M Developers Corpo- Rl-C. 301 Ex E 210' Ex Drainage in or corporation. It with a variety of t
Com. 50' East of Centerof also
above styled; court on or before OF INTENTION TO otherwise a judgment may be ration has made Application to Section 25, Township Range covers special problemsfor life's problems.
February 19, 1973; other- REGISTER FICTITIOUS entered against you for the relief the Bradford County; Zoning St. Rd 200 & 25' Southof 21 East. ,
wise judgement be demanded in the Petitionfor Center of Gr. Rd. RunE 1
a may entered NAME Board for reclassification of
This PHONE
495.9' along Gr. Rd S change in classification ,
against you for the relief Notice Is hereby given that Dissolution of Marriage. the property; described below or against the proposal
demanded In the WITNESS hand and the 210'() E 210', N 210' to S is subject to a public as specified in the Zoning
complaintor the undersigned, under the my from OR to RM (Mobile Home
petition. seal of said Court this 23rd Side of Gr. Rd. to SAL R/W, hearing to be held on Tues- Code of Bradford County. 376-4444
provisions of 20.953 Laws of Park).
Feb. 27th at 7:30 PM in I
WITNESS hand and the of January, A.D., 1973. Sly along W R/W 694.26', day John Torode Chairman
my Florida, Acts of 1941 will register day Beg 720' E of SE Cor of the County Commission room J
Nwly 1018.99'() to E R/W of ;
seal of said Court on January with the Clerk of the Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Intersection of Hwys 301 and at the Bradford County CourtHouse Bradford County Zoning GAINESVILLE
St. Rd. Being in Sec. 10 Twp. ;
1973. Circuit Court, In and for Brad- Bv: Beulah M. Moody, 18, Cont. E 1240', S 1326', S at which time all Board et.. s aeEa
6 Rge 22 East per-
Gilbert S. BrownAs ford County, Florida, upon Deputy Clerk w 1644' to.E R/W of Hwy 301, This change in classifica sons interested shall be heard 2/15 2tp 2/22
Clerk of said Court proof of publication of this GEORGE H. PIERCE

By: Beulah M, MoodyAs notice the fictitious name of Attorney for Petitioner

Deputy; Clerk Dixie Motel. 744 N. TempleAve.

(Court Seal) ., Starke Fla. 32091 under 2/14t 2/22

1/25 4t 2/15 which we are engaged In I

business at Starke, Fla. ,4 ,." .xr? 4u! I ,74w

CALL FOR BIDS Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Milll- NOTICE roe., .L..I
gan, (partnership), 744 N. Gilbert Q. Crosley has made '
Sealed Bids will be received Temple Ave., Starke Fla. Application to the Bradford C ;
up to and not later than 32091. County Zoning Board for reclassification ;r

11:00: A.M., April 10, 1973, Dated this 16th day of January of the property; CIGAlrnS)

in the office of the Business 1973 A. D. at Starke, described below from RI-B -
Manager, Union Correctional Bradford County, Florida. to RI-C. r EVERY PRICE CUT 0

Institution, for the sale of 1/25 4tc 2/15 S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 Ir' .on.
Pine! Pulpwood and Pine Tim- of Section 25, Township' 5 l M nf

ber on a lump sum basis. South Range 22 East. Containing ,_ I

The offering Is comprised of 20-Acres M/L.
approximately 25U acres. In Trifl' Circuit Court of Flo-
This change in classification -
The e are generally workedout rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, !Is ''subject to a public ,"Ii ,

turpentine areas and areas In and for Bradford County hearing to be held on Tues- -

of round timber Harvesting Civil Suit.CHARLIE. day Feb. 27th at 7:30 P.M. : lint t .-.. rRlCtf-
to be done by the successful R. BRASWELL and in the County Commissionroom ,, 7'1'/I\'t\

bidder within the eighteen SYBIL E. BRASWELL, his at the Bradford County t .L/L
(18) months period beginning wife Plaintiffs, -vsJOHN Court House at which time ;
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July I In 1973, thru December BROWN and SHIRLEY M. all persons interested shall .: J)jRlCr wo s

31, 1974. Bids should be sealed BROWN his wife Defendants. be heard for or against th A !<. r. .EIt iirte '"I-

and returned In an envelope NOTICE OF SUIT proposal, as specified in the f Hen'sIfanftis I o Ohly l1 ft

marked "BID FOR LUMP SUM TO: JOHN BROWN and Zoning Code of Bradford e es
Maker o
PINE TIMBER SALE to be SIIIRLEY M. BROWN, his wife County.John; ,

opened 11:00 a.m., APRIL You, John Brown and ShIr- Torode, Chairman + Double. KnitPolyester //L h! i
10, 1973" and returned In suf- ley M. Brown, are hereby Bradford County Zoning
fiient time for the bid open- notified that a Complaint to Board. )'t1 1 ;' .

siness Manager Union Correctional foreclose certain mortgage on 2/15 2tp 2/22 +
I Dress Pants
Institution P.O.Box the following described pro- It:

221, Raiford, Florida 32083. perty; to-wit: _...1Nalion's
2/8 3t 2/22 Commence at a point where .Superblytoilondby 5
iIwr-
NOTICEIn i No. 1 maker in GV 5au { ;;
the West right of way line of lop quality fabrics NhTrr 0 y .2 0%
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF State Road Intersects South i Handsome color 0 ;;1
The Circuit Court of Flo-
TIE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- line of N 1/2 of SE 1/4, Sec- assortment and styles. '
C L'lT OF FLORIDA IN AND rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Norelco Flash Cubes KWIM Koren
tion 33, Township 6 South, Sizes 79 la 42. ,
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Range 22 East, run North In And For Bradford County.; 10 Roll, PacliageJoilet iisSuet Lou
Case No.MORTGAGE. 18 wide. Sell Adhesive ?
P:o SATE NO. 1-2096 ((73- .
25 degrees West along said 3 cubes to a package.
Plastic decoration., Sticks
FORECLOSURE d Expect to'otmost
9) Each cube takes 4 375'twO'ply'facial qua P sheets to
West right of way line of pictures
in Estate of SANDRA W. GUARANTY FEDERAL SAV- To Par For with standard flashcube cameras. any smooth dry surface. each roll. 4.5 X 4.5 inch slicers.
re: State Road 100 290 feet for use .
Up To $20 00 Pr. Assorted and colors.
patterns
INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ; I

DAVIS Deceased.To point of beginning thence con- j Choice of white, pink or yellow
OF GAINESVILLE .
a
All Creditors and Persons tinue North 25 degrees West
Demands corporation, Plaintiffvs- Limit 1 1
Having Claims or of
Said Estate: along said West right way HOMER C. GOODMAN and 7-SS Our DI.' ...,' Pile-' E [
Against line of State Road 100, 94 iU
ETHEL GOODMAN, his wife. Our Dl.esuni Pric. ....
You and each of you are feet to South right of way Defendants. w.9fiC ow D.un. Pr...

hereby notified and requiredto line of SAL Railway, thence NOTICE OF SUIT _ _ wo.'s -
present any claims and North 67 degrees West along
demands which you, or either South of line TO: HOMER C. GOODMANand : -
said right way J.E.i'J': sth, -
ETHEL GOODMAN his ; -
of have against the .....-.
you may of SAL Railway 214 feet, ; ox, '
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estate of Sandra W, Davis thence South 7 degrees East wife yen's Long Sleeve Men's + Urteasycare .
deceased, late of said Coun- degrees You Homer C. Goodmanand Knit Shirts Calton Briefs ; ,
162 feet, thence North 89 r ;
Ethel Goodman, are here- f .. '. P r"
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223 feet to pointof Clearance of II '
.. East white
:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::': ::':'Xl by notified that a Complaintto knits' 100'6 Fast Flush, \ Vanity / s c.

beginning. foreclose certain mortgageon k Assorted colors cotton.SMLtl'ls ,', Anti-Rust or Sealer \I\. Wastebasket 1 7 BathtubIr.ti.
JacksonvilleDirectory has been filed against you the following described ; I S,zes 14"J17.. SAVE 19% }a I Keeppourcar'e ...,- Bathtub Mat8'rx9V'xlOV Appliques
and required to servea [
are
you : '' '
Answer or property; to-wit: w 0... ol..evm Pile. firi Coating system in .I4"xrw' suction ,. 7 largo & 7 small
copy of your North half (Nl/2)) of North- ', q w..3.98 R 'S top notch condition Handsome design. cups White or gold. appliques White or gold
to the Complaint on
Pleading George west quarter(NWI/4)ofSouth-) Pk M SAVET.00 owou..nrPri., with those Dupont SAVE 34% SAVE 31% SAVE 31%
attorney,
the plaintiffs east quarter (SE1/4); ) of Sec- ter4 C w.3a1.98 ., products. 0.. 0......, O Our DiftcoulPr
II. Pierce, P.O. Drawer ,} .. .. ,., .
tion 3, Township 6 South + a Your Chotett P r i w n w. 1030, Starke, Florida, 32091, Range 21 East, lying Westof .it Boys' I, w. 2/1.52'' 1,44 -1.44Oupont
and file the original Answeror (
State Road No. 225 and t.
Auto Sales and Service Pleading In the office of Washable General
containing thirteen (13) acres,
Clerk of the Circuit Courton
the Electric
ParrUh Motor or before the 26th day of more or less. Q White T-Shirts m assorted 3 outside
has been filed against you //ul stapes and 17 os.w" / roomy Dry Iron

February, A.D.1973. and you are required to servea '. Full cut IOC'S styles. ockets. Mesh with Mod

SALES / V7? If you fall to do so, Judg- copy of your Answer or cotton Toped Preshrunk. __ place body zipper for padlock F 24

uERV1CE
PARTS against you for the relief demanded the plaintiff's attorney. Db.ouni Prk. Our Dl.c.unr P.1.. 4N.AID Plastic J or whi te.SAVI. y

in the Complaint. George H. fierce, P. O. j jr4 w.,1:96 Stri s OIMi I 1.03 Lightweight SAVE 1.05

Always Good laird! Cars This notice shall be published Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, SAVE 107. i SAVE 20% 50"sst' ? + i Fabric control
once each week for four and file the original Answeror .1 1 Yr Warrant
Ml Leers St. Ph. 35C-5I I i
; consecutive weeks in the Pleading in the office of + : OPn.h' ,Vicks Cough Drops D.r p,, 0. O..n. P.,. _
I'IAN SYAMAHA Bradford County Telegraph, the Clerk of the Circuit Courton E w.. Pack ol 3 Boxes Dn.,6unr w..3,96w.298C

Starke, Florida. or before the 26th day of -

I PIANOS Done and Ordered at Starke February, A. D., 1973.If r /':; PrestoneWindshield PI'ne.Sol
Florida this 25th day of Jan- Men's Cushion Crew Socks ...'.A., J".tom.
CONN and KIMBAM.ORfJANS you fall to do so. Judgment SAVE 14% I .33Nf Cleaner
uary, A.D. 1973. by default will be taKen 87% cotton, 13" stretch nylon. J'y Washer ''
,
Cleans disinfects
i I [ 'j ,
Gilbert S. Brown ,
Clerk signed,Circuit Court against you for the relief demanded I / White & colors w'striped top. Dial Dry Cuts road a deodo"z.. for easier'

in the Complaint. r .1h-13. Our Dr. Bradford County; Florida This notice shall be pub- w.d4c ; ; ;, VV DSHIEL 0 .... 1 household germ'
c".a "' V" D
lished once each week for "'in .'H." c_....._ I w..39t Economy size, 28 oz
WASHER !
Pierce n 9 (OZ, .. .... -
H. .
signed George .
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P.O. Drawer 1030 four consecutive weeks in the Ladies Ladles' dI I Of.ttaunt Dristan I I Tablets I...."..., ..6. Cl..,.,. SAVE 167. "r SAVE 177.

Starke, Florida, 32091 Bradford County Telegraph r = lUin. h1.. 24's 0....
Starke Florida. ) 100% Polyester Polyester
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Pres.
Slacks a.wun.n 13'l D., r _
Done and Ordered at Starke Shells .. ED. w
Attorney for Plaintiff 1.16"polyester
Florida this 23rd of January -
day knit
KIM HAM. "SWINUER": Sleeveless. 100'! double -1: we.1
OltCiANS!': A. D., 1973. 'in high ., :7.Fashionable
2/1 4t 2/22 _
Roosevelt Mall 388.8519 sGilbert S. Brown BBack tipper fashion colors. 1 Qt. Eagle .= 1 Gal. Eagle
Clerk Circuit Court .Flarelegs. Heavy Duty Acid
,
2929 N. W. 13th Caln vUU Bradford County, Florida screen assorted prints Elastic pull-on Yd. Rlr a f 30W Motor Oil Aurlatic scum free
SO I
FURNITURE (SEAL) m waist t EAGLE 1 100i pure virgin J and slime
rur. .
color combi
i Stitched front ? ROIL crude oil.
NOTICE H. PierceP. r Iee 1001es,
George t
: ..
notions. w y 1":1-; Ji
FURNITUREAT C.A.M. Developers Corpo- O. Drawer 1030 S, M, L i crease. Webbing rl High oil for detergent modern I' I. Quick, econom.M .
Sites 8 18.
to 2V wide. lOQt verro "
'. to ical
DISCOUN ration has made Application Starke, Florida 32091 ; treatment
the Bradford County Zoning Attorney for Plaintiff I Our Di,..... Pe.. Our Dtt.ounr w..A96 Prlc* +G polypropylene. I I engines.SAVE 19% UPIAIIf ACId. SAVE 17%
Complete I Board for reclassification of 2/1 4t 2/22 w..2.44 Assorted colors.

Household" the properly; described below SAVE 20% SAVE 1.00 SAVE 31% ,, .. I I I -' ,

Furnishing; from OR to BH. m
NOTICEIn Our Dl,..,,, Prise Our Du.oun P.1., .
of
0% Savings Beg at SE Intersection -
Up To w.$11.13 w.. .1.16wwa.
Hwys 301 and 18, Run E OwOla.w r htk

Baxley Chair Co. 720', S 900', W 420S 440', the Circuit Court Eighth .trY i Pkg. of 5
Judicial Circuit of Floridain .
W 580' to Hwy 301, Nely on Towels
Terry
1 Blork. and for Bradford County ,
64? Cotltll
E R/W 1360' being In Sec- /
From 1.10 tion 25, Twp. 7 S, Rge 21 Civil Action, Case No. 73-25. '3 en's &" s 12 or 15 inch Aluminum
Jacksonville3S7U4.' East. JOHN McINIS,, Plaintiff-vs- Leather rieej T4wu; or larger 100'; 'V Ice Cube

This change in classification GRACE MADELINE McINIS, Work Shoes .; "' cotton towels.Multicolors. Trays

AUTO ELECTRIC Is subject to a public Defendant t"'" urn.. : .
Plastic divider
NOTICE OF SUIT -- NO Ken'Leather Rugged
Ladies'Cream Many uses.
hearing to be held on Tuesday makes 14 cubes.
,
PROPERTYTO H.Top
PEA VY Brothers Feb. 27th at 7:30 p.m. Puff Scuffs LoafersDistinctive .
in the County Commission : Grace Madeline Mclnls, Soft vinyl., Fashion SAVE 14% styles. SAVE 1.00 construction.Block I SAVE 23% i. lydLJ SAVE 117. RolledalumSAVE 32%
Electric Co., room at the Bradford County High Point. North CarolinaYou colors. Cushioned Black or brown. 0 'loPi3.a .s. inum edges.
Sues 7

Alternators Starter Court House at which time an action Are for Hereby Divorce Notified has been that innersole. S to 10. ..0 Sizes,0. 7 .to..12.p,:,. Q8 Ow O.n., Pus. Our 0.unr P.1.. 0. Di...... P.... _
all Interested shall be .
persona Ow O..n. P" Ol/a' nl .... 3,88" .3,67 ....-2/1.48
Generator Regulator heard for or against the pro filed Mclnls against you and Grace you are Madeline required ......h4( .. f" w

posal, as specified in the Zoning -
. to serve a copy of your
AUTO TRUCK
John Code Torode of Bradford, Chairman County. written defenses, if any to It, 312 W. MADISON AVE. IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES USE OUR CONVENIENT

DIESEL on the plantiffs attorney,
Bradford County Zoning whose name and address is STARKE, FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE. YOU'RE NOT YEAR ROUND

4044 Lenox Av. Jox. Board. Hon. Lex Green, Starke, Fla. PHONE 9 F4-1513 SAVING MONEY LAYAWAY PLAN.
22t 2/15:
387-2528 and file the original with the

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rtrrapIPage : Council Favors Repeal



I" : ,' ," ''t' I Of Present Utility Tax

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8 TELEGRAPH Ftb. 15, 1973 I Continuing his contentionthat vided by the city and the material for the drain instal-

the present utility tax airport management Tim- lation at the Simmons property -
in Keystone Heights Is unfair mins said. would be shipped from the
to a majority of residents Early In Tuesday's meet- factory on Feb. 23.
Public Meeting On Sewer : Council Chairman Everett Ing, Chairman Fox announced --Agreed to Increase the
Fox Tuesday night,suggested that the final payment had hours of City clerk from 9
and received Council a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday\ through
approval that the tax be a- been made on the $45,000note Friday and Increase salary
Set For Tuesday NightA bolished. signed by the City for of the office to$230 per month.

Fox argued that the new construction of the present Denied a request of the
Revenue-Sharing funds would Municipal Building in 1964. Clay County Public Library
meeting will be held at galnst the project, regardlessof ing for a Federal grant for the bring in enough He announced that four for additional money to be
7:30: p.m. Tuesday< Feb.20,in the outcome. All registered sewer project. r this to make new the money utilitytax members who served on the paid from Keystone's reve
the Keystone Heights city hall voters will be allowed mark If the project Is finally approved year "If Revenue Council at that time were nue-sharing funds but voted to
when Its will be given the paper ballots,which will be scheduleof unnecessary.
public a the following Sharing Is abolished and we presentGene Williams pay the library $1,000 pre-
chance to ask questions and be used, rather than voting mach- charges Is proposed: Connection Jack Haberstroh Roy Watkins viously budgeted.
find that we are short of funds
heard on all phases of the pro- ines Mayor Hay Starnes said. $200; assessment, $6 Students NamedAs later then we can Increasead and Bill Warrenand Heard\ Chairman Fox sug-
posed $1,267,000 sewer pro- Another advisory voteisex- per frontfoot; monthly service Keystone valorem taxes or reenacta gave them the honor of burn- gest that voting procedures be
ject for Keystone and vicinity pected to be held later In the charge, $4.50, Increasing to utility tax that will be fair Ing the note.Haberstroh. changed so that Councilmenwill
(north). The project will be year on the matter of purchaseof $6.50 In later years Outstanding TeenagersJohn to all," Fox said. announced that run for specific seats
explained by the City's; engineers. the Keystone Water Co. The The proposal received Immediate he and his wife wished to donate rather than "at large" as
Council has made a firm offerto A Citizens Committee con- set "for kiddies"to
the Outstanding Teenager Major a gym at present.
This meeting will be followed owners of the Company to sisting of Richard Abies Maxfield, Nancy White by Selection Committeein endorsement by be placed either In the --Granted Mayor Starnes
Awards who had
vote" purchase the utility for$75- Iluntley Redfearn, Sr., John and Harold Eisenacher, Key- Hay Starnes,
by an "advisory on with the Board five city park or Azalea Park in for two additional
:March 6 to determine the 000, but no reply has jet been Rufflni and J. Miller Wrinklehas stone Heights High School cooperation fought the proposed per "appreciation for our 20 years request at the city
of Advisors.The cent utilitytax advocated by street lights park.
abowith
wishes of the received as 'et. been appointed to assist Students (pictured "
people concer- In Keystone. The Coun-
51 state winners will Fox last finally veto- spent Heard Rep. Frank Williams -
Charles Rider) year,
Principal
the project.It Council recently approved a the Council in the planning
ning
sewer cil the with
accepted gift
from
resolution authorizing the CilIr.g have been selected as Outstanding be eligible for awards total- ing it after the Council had relay a request
Tuesday project.
was pointed out at thanks to Haberstroh for his
One boy and for to
7000. Aging permission use
< night's Council meetingthat of an application with the If approved, It is proposed to Teenagers of America Ing approved it.
past services to the city.
for 1973.Selection one girl will be chosen for Starnes said he thought repeal the city hall for meetings on
the March 6 vote would State of Florida Departmentof extend the sewer line northward Mayor Starnes asked that
national scholarships$1,000 of the tax would be helpful ail Infrequent: basis perhaps
for the
Outstanding
Affiars for
be "advisory" and not a Community to the Keystone..Airport
only,
the Council
some type
Teenagers awards program each to be used at the college In showing residents of pass once! ,year, The req'last was
funding the preliminary: plan- to serve the areas around Brooklyn -
tending referendumThe these or university of their the outlying areas the advan- of resolution giving the ma- granted.
Council can decide for or a- ning necessa before apply- and Paradise Lakes. students automatically for qualifies further state choice. Ten regional win- tages of being annexed by yor and police authority to

regional and national honors ners to receive $500 regional the cltj. "If they know we set hours for closing the city
scholarships.Under are abolishing the utility tax park. lIe said the privilegeof Mrs. ChasteenMrs.
and scholarships totaling
HilitesBy $7,000. the guidance of the they might be more inclinedto using the park was being
abused who
Keystone by some parties
I These students, nominatedby Board of Advisors the OUt- come into the city"Starnes "park their cars In dark cor- Jessie L.Chasteen, 63,
their principals are cho- standing Teenagers of America said.It ners at night, and are obviously of Keystone Heights, died
sen from individual schools program was created to is proposed to hold a not playing< tennis." Thursday', Feb. 8, Ina Palatka
Linda Wharton Ph. 473-4907 or 4543 across the country for excellence encourage young people to referendum on annexation later It was pointed out that cars hospital after an extended ill-
in academic Achieve- take full advantage of the this year.Council were not supposed to be driven ness. She was born In Irwin
JU1IOR'OIA'S: CLUB and tickets will go on sale Special remarks about ment and community service. opportunities In our country. voted to refer the onto park property at anytime County Georgia on Dec.19,
The regular meeting of the shortly Christianity and Scouting were The local students will now The awards are presentedeach matter to City Attorney Fremont 1909, and was a member the
Keystone Heights Junior Wo The Juniors would like to given by the pastor, Dr. J. R. vie for the Outstanding Teenager spring, and biographiesof Tolle and have him draw The Council approved a motion Community Church.
man's Club was held Thursday give a great big TIIA.'liK'Olj Neale, Jr. of the Year Trophy all those honored are up an ordinance providing for giving the major and police Surviving are her husband,
Feb. 8 at the Clubhouse. to Keystone Heights for Its On Friday evening Feb. 16, which will be presented by recorded in the annual pub- its repeal. The ordinance will authority to use their discretion James R. Chasteen, Sr.; one
!Mrs. Emily Harper of the cooperation In their recent Cub Pack 305 of Keystone the State's governor. lication, "Outstanding Teen- come up for first readingand in closing the park, son James H. Chasteen Jr.,
Educational Division of the March! : of Dimes drive. A!. i will hold their annual Blue State winners are selected agers of America." first vote at the next with programmed hours for Raiford; one brother, Clarl-
Home Extension Program of result of hard work on the and Gold Banquet at the Keystone '- Council meeting, Fox said. closing to be 10 p.m. Sun- L. Nobles, Nichols, Ga.; two
Green Cove SpringsClay part of the collectors and Woman's Club. Airport Chairman Ed Tim- day through Thursday< and 12 sisters, !Mrs. Sula Hammer-
County, presented interest- jour generous contributions The boys will receive a- mins reported that his committee midnight on Friday and Saturday schmidt and Mrs. !Marie
Ing program on Home Life the Juniors turned in over wards and enjoy comments Teens And Adults had written the State < Lawrence both o f Jacksonville -
The members made final S53U. from the guest speaker, Department of Transportation In other action the Council: ; and three grandchildren.
preparations for their Val George Rast, of Lee!>burg. requesting financial assist- --Granted Watson'sgroce Funeral services were held
entine's Day Party to be held SCOt TING \F.\\S Seek Solution To ance in installing a new light- permission to extend its parking at 4 p. m. Friday in Jones
February 1 10 at their spon- UoSeoul Hoops ;374; 105 DrPLICATE BRIDGE Ing system at the airport lot paving some 25-30 l M I e m o ria 1 1 Chapel, Keystone '-
and jand<; Cub\ :Scout Timmins said the DOT Is
Packs
>
sored cottage at Sunland Winners of the duplicate feet toward Highway 100, on Heights, with Rev. Ste-
Training Center. 303 and ::>7j; of keystone bridge game played Tuesday, Mutual ProblemsWhat being asked to provide plan- Watson's property. wart :McCord conducting. Interment -
The Square Dance which will Heights celebrated the; World Feb. fi, at the Melrose Wo- ning and materials for med- -- Heard Street Chairman was In the Keystone
be held Saturday< April 14, Christian Fellowship! by attending man's Club were: First, :Mrs ium Intensity runway lights, Roy Watkins announce that Heights Cemetery,
was also discussed. Committee services> at Faith Paley Boyd and :Mrs John does the gro\\ingcom- for the betterment of our com and a new rotating beaconat
Chairmen were appointed Presbyterian Chinch, Feb. 11. Strawn, 105 1'2 points; Second munity of Keystone Heights muni '. the airport at an estimated
:Mrs. Gay' Livingstonand have to oter its young people This organization will be cost of $8,615. The only I
:Mrs Ray .Starnes, 97 1 1'2 : ? vVliat: d) our teenagers used provide entertainment, cost to be born locally will 4
KEYSTONE MELROSE points; Third, Mrs.: K. A. have to offer Keystone (movies, dances, cookoutsetc. be labor for Installation pro- KeystoneState
Kendall and :Mrs. Ed Long I Heights( .) and round table discuss-
necker, 97 points; and Fourth, The se are two questions that ions for adu'ts,. :and young a-
'
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S Mrs.: Frank Cook and :Mrs deserve a lot of thought from dults to facilitate com'n tnl- ;Water Company BankMEMBER

W. F, Wilson, 88 l'2 points. you as parent, from you as a, cation and' dialogue ,betweenthe 'Will Begin
SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN Winners of the Thursday citizen of Keystone Heights two
evening game were: First and also, from you as a teen- The problems of teenagers Work On TankEd F.D.I.C.
of today are not only their problems -
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce,
HARDWAREAND
ager.
SUM'SFish p vie 49 points; :Second, :Mr. and To find an answer. to these YOUR, the parent's problems the scho- Johnson of the Pave the Way for Your
but problems, manager
:Mrs. :Mike Falkel, 41 1/2: two questions organiza--
-1T- Stuff GARDEN UNtil points; Third, :Mr. and :Mrs. tional meeting will bo held ols problems, the parent's Keystone Water Co., announ-
problems, but problems as a ces that contract has been entered "Special Something"A
William king; and a tier Wsdnesday< Feb. 21, at 8 p.m.
Live Bait A complete line of Hdw. Fourth, :Mrs Ray Beckmd In St. Antes Episcopal citizen of Keystone Heights.Are Into with an Atlanta firm
Cricket{ -Sh inner..Worm BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS Jim Fox with :Mr. and :Mrs Church, Kays"ono' Heights you going to sit back and for cleaning and treating the
Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp. A, V Bannister, H 1/2 points. This meeting is being called throw up 'ourhands in despairor Interior, and painting the exterior -
Gro.Ton. Fertiliier are you willing to give up of the water tank.
for
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING the purpose of organizing a
of time and effortsto
Insecticide some you
EDUCATION
TIIEOLOGICAI. group of teenagers and adults It is expected that this work
8. HUNTING find a solution to the plight
Lumber.
Building Material SUNDAYOn who will work together through will be done the latter part of
in this
LICENSES AMMUNITION of our young people
Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light Sunday< ', Feb.25, St. An- communication and dialogue community'? February or early March, II IIg
ICE '
ne's Epicopal: Church, Ke -
Keystone Heights 4733663TELEVISIONAIR O.B. Baker Please como to the org'ut'- Johnson said, and should be
Keystone Hgts. 473.4357 stone Heights; Trlnty Episcopal Jr. zational meeting Wednesday< completed within a week or

FURNITURE-GIFTS COND. M.'lrose; and St. :Mark's. Commissioned2nd Feb. 21, Let's work togetherand ten days< .
Episcopal of Starko will have' make our communitya While the work is in pro-

Lake Geneva TV Service Center as their guest speaker the LieutenantOwen better place to live. gress, there may be some reduction -
Hev. Doctor John :M. Gessellat in water pressure anda
Furniture 1 the Trinity Parish House B. Baker, Jr., son of noticeable sediment In the
uasar In Malrose at 11 a.m. retired t:. S. Air Force Ma- Wilfred Shaw water, Johnson said assuringthe
Gift & Candle Shop TVSTEROCAR Dr. Gessell the assistant: jor and !Mrs Owen B. Baker company customers that
AND PORTABLE Dea.ii.. the Graduate Schoolof Keystone Heights, was com- Wilfred P. Shaw 65,of Park every effort will be made to ,
voa tt nM.P.
EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL Theologj: University: of the missioned a second lieutenantupon of-the-Palms died upon arrival remove the sediment as rap- tl
South, In Sewannee, Tenn. completion of the Air at a Starke hospital Sun- idly as possible.
Name Brand Furniture RESIDENTIALAIR AND This will be an interesting Force Reserve Officers day night. \He was a veteran of Trip? Wedding? Car? Deposit -
program and service and everyone Training Corps program at the the U.: S. !Navy: In which he ser
\l. uresses Sold AIR CONDITION ING Is welcome to attend. University: of Florida. ved 22 years, and was a mem- S.E.McKAY money regularly in a savings

SALES & SERVICE Lieutenant Baker also received ber of the Baptist Church. account. it's the way to make that
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva PERSONALSI : his B. S.degree In bus Surviving are his wife,Barbara REALTORS
1 Ml. East of Keystone Hgt KEYSTONE 47351 I had most enjoyable week- iness administration. ; one daughter !Mrs. dream come true. Interest rates?
end recently. Jim, myself Following specialized train- Nancy Haggquist, McLean, Keystone Hts. 473-4816 Highest allowed by law.
REAL ESTATE MOBILE HOME Laurie, Julie and Hay Crab- ing at Keesler AFB, Miss., as Va.; one son, PeterJShaw HOMES ACREAGES
tree, Jim Fox Tom McLaugh- officer he will be
,
personnel
a Woodbridge Ga.: two sisters: RENTALSMrs.
Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell your Mobil. lin and Don Gottlob droveto assigned to the 772nd Radar and four grandchlidren.Graveside A Fuff-Sarvfco Bank

Home? If you have a buyer. Tarpon Springs and attended Squadron at Clbbsboro Air services will be Melbo llgen 4734740Col.
f-:3g.: Real Estate Broker Mobil. Home Brokers will Aorba the Greeks res- Force Station, N. J. held at 2 p.m. Thursday at YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN YOUR
taurant and night club. The The lieutenant 1968 Ch. .mgton4734679L.J.
LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and a grad- Jacksonville Memory Gardens J. $ FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
Insurance details for a brokerage food wasn't very good but uate of Keystone Heights High with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Robinson 475-1041
RESIDENTIAL the dancing was great. WeCon't. earned his A. A. degree
School
Home of Keystone \Heights In KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.
fee of 101" of the selling Poschel Corr 43.4058. ,
in 1970 at St. Johns River
BUSINESS ACREAGE charge. .
prc.{ For more information ( 1o pg. 9)) Junior College Palatka, Fla. -
APPRAISALS callMOBILE
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Announcing A NEWAIRCOZY Service 1
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Rev. Scripture Drug Problem At SchoolIs Mrs. Polly KochMrs.

Services Set
Keystone Hilites/ asr Of PTA BoardHow
For Thursday Topic Polly Koch 53 of Lake

{ { Geneva, died Thursday, Feb.
can the PTA and par- : also going out. This is not 8, in a Starke hospital after a
(From 8)) Rev. Milton J. Scripture ents deal with the drug prob- only a problem here, but everywhere brief illness. She was born In
pg.
enberg Inheritance by Evelyn 75, of Keystone Heights, died t 4Ih lem In our school? ." West Virginia on Nov. 11,1919.

enjoyed all the Greek dances Anthony; The Maklen Streak Sunday In a Gainesville hospital That was the main topic'' Tom Feamster, the Epis- Surviving are her husband,
and everyone had a fabulous by Catherine Cookson; The after a brief Illness. He ,, r of the PTA Executive Board copal minister, who has donea Charles Koch, Lake Geneva;

time. ,Black Lonely Stranger by Charity was born In Savona, N.Y. on a7.1tS Meeting held Thursday night, lot of work with the younger her mother, M rs.Cecil Standard -
Mrs. Margaret Howe left stock; Daughter of r October 25, 1897. Feb. 8, at the Keystone school* people In our town stated that Wes'.jn: : W. Va.; one
Satan w
recently for an extended vis- by Jean Plaldy; Remember Active in the ministry for David Burkhalter of the Clay he feels there is no dialogue daughter, Mrs. Susie Kimen-
It the Days by Kenneth 54 Rev. County Sheriffs Departmentand between the parents and their
with her son and daughter- Sollltt years Scripture grad- cher San Antonio, Texas;
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robert; Burnt Offerings by uated from Nyack Missionary r the State Attorney's of. children. He presented some three sisters, and two grand-

Howe In Bradford, Pa. While Marasco 't, College, and from Geneva College fice, was on hand to give questions to the parents pre- children.
there she will attend the wed- MYSTERY with a B.A. degree. He the parents a few facts about sent which gave a lot of food Funeral services were heldat
ding of her granddaughter and : received his master's degree the situation in the Keystone for thought. They were, "How 4 p. m. Saturday in Jones

the college graduation of her A from the University of Georgia Heights i school. He said. many of you talk to your Memorial Chapel, Keystone
grandson.Mr. Splinter of Glass by John and his Doctorate of Divinity "there are a few hard drug children about sex? Do you Heights, with Rev. Leamon
Creasey; Murder Remote from American Bible .. cases in our school; It is!'not know what marijuana is, pills Ward conducting.
and Mrs. Bob McNlven by Janet Calrd; The Cat's College. He served pastoratesIn only a school problem, but a (uppers and downers) and

of Holiday, Florida have been Eye by Claude Aveline. Mobley- Holiday, Pa.: Ilion, N. Y.; 24 hour problem," David other drugs; ? Above all, when
the recent guests of Mrs. Saratoga Spring, N. Y.; New Dodd-Ford pointed out that to combat do YOU sit down ant TALKto Brothers
Bess Crossberg. SCIENCE FICTION: Mingledorff this oroblem. "We children?" Feamster
Castle, Pa.; Titusvllle, Pa.; need YOU your
Lowell Bradley was Injured New Brighton Pa. Bradford, Engagement the students and the concerned stated, "We do have a prob-
;
recently at his home while The Glory Game by Keith Mr, and Mrs. C. Wade Mob- Pa.; and Jacksonville Fla. people in the .neighborhood lem, but the disease is a SentencedIn
doing some repair work on Laumer. ley of Salisbury, N. C., announce He taught in Toccoa Falls Bible Mrs. Fred S. Dodd of Key- (Keystone)". lack of communication."
a car. I'm sure he wouldbe the stone Heights announces the The question Principal Charles Rider was
engagement of their College In Georgia, retiring was asked
happy to have visitors and BIOGRAPHY: daughter, Julia Elizabeth, to form the church in engagement of her daughter, "Where do these drugs'' come asked If there was any drug B & E'sBoyd

hear from his many friends Larry Clinton Mingledorff Homestead, Fla. After retire 'Sylvia Ann, to Benjamin Jerry from and where do our kids education in the schoollie
In Keystone as he Brian Piccolo, A Short Sea- of Ford of Knoxville, Term. get them?" David
probably son Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ment he served as a Bible answered replied, "There are drug
will be confined to his home son by Jeannie Morris. MIngledorff of Keystone teacher in several churches, this question by saying films presented from timeto Hamilton Lane and
for some time. Heights. and was a member the First The bride-elect Is a 1966 ."Drugs are coming In from time, and also a required {liar ley Lane, Jr., both bro-
Mrs. Josephine Reed hasa WESTERN: The bride-elect is the Alliance Church of Gaines graduate of Bradford High all around... Palatka, Gaines- course given in drugs." Mrs. thers were, sentenced In Cir-
granddaughter of Dr.and Mrs. ville. School: attended Orange Mem- ville, Jacksonville. and Charles McGlave stated that 'cuit Court action Feburary $.
very busy month ahead of Thief Hunt by William O. orial Hospital School of Nursing Boyd Lane being sentenced
George C, Bellingrath of Clin- Surviving are his wife Amy it Is to the point
her. She will be making her and where the <'
Turner. graduated 20 and liar 10
as ley
a registered
ton, S, C. and Mrs. W, L. of Keystone three daughters students bored years yearsIn
i
official visits as Regional Vice ; nurse. In 1972 she received are by having ; state prison for numerous
President Florida Mobley and the late Mr. Mob- Mrs. James Ekles, Beaver to view so many films about '
Region of
NON FICTION: of a Bachelor of Science WISH I'D SAID charges of breaking and entering -
ley
the National Association of wnilamston, N.C. Falls, Pa.; Mrs. Frank Smith, degree In Nursing Education drugs and the abuses of drugs and grand larceny.

Bank Women, Inc. to the following Crochet, A Complete Guideto Miss Mobley is sophomore Mlnneola, Fla., and Mrs. Edmund from Bob Jones University. THAT among children. Both were jointly charged
at .
groups: Feb. 13, Bre- Stitches by Mary Dawson Emory University where Perkins, Royal Oak, She Is a member of the Par- ; Mr. Burkhalter stated he with breaking and entering and
vard and Mid-East Groupsin h ; she is a member of Dooley's Mich.; one son. Rev. GeorgeB. ker would be happy to form a class
How to Play Chess by Ema- Dolls. Literary Society and ser- I grand larceny of the Bradford
Orlando Feb. 14 North Scripture n, Hamilton, O- for Interested citizens, parents -
; nuel Lasker; Surfing by II. ved as President and Chaplain.Mr. Furniture Company. Earl
She is on the Dean's List hio one sister Mrs. Bertha and children
east Fla. Group in Jacksonville Arthur Klein Pictorial History and ; I who would Voyles home, Keith Reddlsh's
; she is a math major. Buchln Rochester N.Y. 13 like to learn
about
and then will travelto of the Confederacy by ; Ford graduated from more drugs and Richard Flecks homes
Kansas City, Mo. for the Lamont Buchanan; My Own Mr. MIngledorff is the grandchildren and eight great Cosby, High School In Cosby and what they can do to help and the 301 Drive-In Theatre.
grandson of Mrs.I.I B. grandchildren. "To bear fruit the situation in
Board Meeting, Feb. 22-23. Mingle- most Irupe-|> Keystone
Cape Cod by Gladys Tabor Tenn., attended East Tennessee Boyd Lane had an extra
Have a nice trip, Jo. Macrame and Other Projects dorff and the late Mr. I. B. Funeral services will be State University vines, trees and smooches! need! lIe hts.rhe. charge of escape from Bradford -
; MIngledorff of Savannah held at 3 Thursday in the was I Clay County Sheriffs
Heartfelt sympathy is extended The Drug Scene by DonaldB. and Ga., p.m. employed by the FBI, and ser- pruning. -J. D.) Ehlridge. County Jail.
Mr.
to the family of Mrs. Lourla 1973 World Almanac and Mrs.E.E. Pannal Keystone Heights First Baptist ved In Overton (Tenn. ) County department has presented Harley Waldron, charged
; the U.S.
of Warner Army for
Robins Ga. Church with Rev. Paul talks and slides in the
Key-
James R. (Jessie) chasteenof
and Book News with uttering pled
of Facts three and forgery,
The a half
future bridegroom is a Afford and Rev Lawrence years. He stone school three or four
Lake Geneva
on her pass- Florida Almanac and was put on two
1972. Is guilty
now a United States Fed-
sophomore at Carroll times
Emory Univer- conducting. Intermentwill for Interested parents
ing this
past week. "Ever
stop to think that probation.
sity where he is follow in the eral Marshall in the Eastern Il and children.A years
a pre-dental Keystone
Mrs. M. L, (Dovie) ,
Sibley JUNIOR FICTION: District of Tennessee. compliment can make more Cecil Gibson, charged with
student.
Heights Cemetery with DeWitt committee
has been In the Medical Cen- lie graduated from Keystone C. Jones Funeral Home In Wedding plans will be announced friends than the truth?" work out a was solution formedto and forgery, Pled guilty and was
ter in Gainesville for several
weeks. We wish to Milton, The Early Riser by Heights High School where he charge. at a later date. Colby Driewsens, The West: will present It at the PTA put on two year Wiggins.
Robert Willie Jack
expressour Kraus The Blood ,
; was presented the John Philip Haven (Conn.)) City News. meeting on Feb. 15 which will
wishes for
a speedy re- :Bay Colt by Walter Farl- charged with carrying a con-
Sousa Band Award the be held at the
covery. i,ey; The Cat and Mrs. tary: Amen :::::::::::: :: :. .; ::::. .; ::$:: ,:::: Keystone Heights cealed firearm, pled not guil-
can Legion School Award the :::::::::::::?vmi: : :* : :::::: : : ::*"':::: i Woman's Club. If have
Did you see the snow last 1 by Doris Gates. :;: you ty to the charge and his trial
Saturday morning I ? All the Superintendent's Award for any suggestions or solutions to
date In Circuit Court is April
phones In Keystone were out .junior non fiction; Academic Excellence, and a .1 News Notes l An Ohio inventor has developed this problem, bring them to 9.
scholarship at the PTA
for about 30 minutes due to graduation. a high-pitched sound next meeting.
The wedding Is planned for which gets rid of rats with its
the fact that ?
was Atlas Helen
everyone for Young! America i By Egan -----
calling everyone else. I felt 1 by ]Hammond 'Illustration Saturday, June 16, at 12 noon, unbearable noise. Even if ttdoesn't
;
at the First Presbyterian work with tats, he
like I snowed in for
was a Profile of American
History Church of Salisbury. still might have a hit on ONLY THE VERY RICH
song
while. 1 1I Sy May McNeer: ; More Ex- FELLOWSHIP CLUB County Commissioners con- his hands.

I perience in Science by Nelson ); cerning funds to be obtained Cons
New books available at I F. Beeler Flagsf The February covered dish
; from Revenue
Sharing for the
the "Some folks believe CAN AFFORD CHEAP
Keystone Heights Library the
American History by David luncheon and meeting of the proposed new Community
located In the City Park: D. Crouthers; Atlas of I best way to start federal aid Keystone Fellowship Club was Center In Melrose. Should the daughter, Mrs. W, R.

t tI the: Presidents by Donald I io: education would be to held on the 8th at the Lions plans materialize, the center Lembke of Clnclnattl, was also AIR CONDITIONING
FICTION: E Cooke t Leach arithmetic Club. Due to here with her mother dur-
I ; America's Explorers : in Washington so much illness, will be located next to the
I of Space by Donald I I). C.-William H. attendance was smaller than firehouse, where land Is already ing this time. Both of these Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
The Chaperone by Ethel Cordon E;:. Cox; For Conspicous 1 Lewis, The Lynden (Wash.) usual, but two new members available. relatives arrived as Mr. Pin-
I ; Haunted Summer by (Gallantry:; by Donald E.Cooke. .Tribune were added, Mrs. h-unlce: on was taken to the intensivecare REFRIGERATIONAIR
! BROWN
Anne Edwards The Peell- unit.
; Heath of Bedford Lake and MELROSE HOMEMAKERS
I Mrs. Inez Brlnson of Theressa. Dates to remember from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- CONDITIONING
the Florida Extension Service Cawley of Sidney, N, Y., who
As Julius Hanson, former. of Alachua Council were .to arrive for a visit WEATHERT'N HEAT PUMPS'
County
j are
Strapped by Car Costs? treasurer, has been so ill and as follows: Fla. State Fair, with Pardee Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Is confined to hospitals fre- phoned that they were
Tampa Feb. 6-17; meeting snowbound in South Carolina. ?26. S. Walnut St. Starke 964.7131
quently, Mrs. Fern Hanson
of all club fashion show chair-
: Get rid of big newly elected vice president, men, Feb. 23, 10 a.m. at the dee's Mr. McCawley brother. is Mrs. Par- iOCClClCJCCcaooo
payments heavy has been staying with her son county extension office,
and family In Gainesville to be
I & oil bills near her husband at the Veterans Gainesville.It was announced that any =*****************************,

gas costly repairs. Hospital. Her letter of club or club member inter- *

resignation was read and accepted ested In receiving the Flo-
j ji f with egret. rida Homemakers )Newsletter; *

A LANGLEY DATSUN President Lester Sheets ap- should send their name and *. *
jI i y c pointed John Roche to serve address with $1 (four Issues)
i I IS EASY TO BUY, out the term of vice presi- to Mrs. Floyd Crosby, 3225N. I dpnt know how ever got along *
dent and Mrs. Arietta Rocheto
W. 28th Place, Gaines- *

I EASY TO RUN.up be program Rev. Milton chairman Scripture, replacing -, ville.Fair time in Alachua County without a Checking Account. 4w$

( to who passed away Feb. 12 In will be April 16-21. Any- *

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BHS Basketballers

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DumpedBy Bronson Bradford High varsity ca- two points. ed two consecutive baskets

gers ended their next to last Next with 5:01: remaining In which put BUS In front the
week of regular basketball the first period another Ocala most: of anytime! during the rest

.j season with two losses and basket was scored by Billy of the game, 30-24
T one win, losing to Buchholz Chambers that put O ala in But Ocala soon retaliated with

In LoopT our namen I Ir 78-73 In overtime Tuesday front 42.Vernon. two straight. Ocala still went
>r night; Ocala Forest 43.37Sat- Barber was the next Into the fourth quarter down

urday night, and beating Fer- scorer, who got two points for 30-28.
r nandina Beach 61-50 Friday BHS that tied the game! up Sheldon !lodge scored two
"We're still looking for more early in the second period. STATISTICS night 4-4 with 4:25: left in the first baskets with two Ocala> bas-
consistency," were the wordsof Keystone's win over the Commodores Maranatha Game This weeks play leaves the period. kets by Harry Brown between,
Indian Coach Stefan Brokas was the third of the KH6 16 22 10 54 Tornadoes with a 11-11 season An Ocala basket was followedby leaving the score 34-32, Brad-
Monday after reviewing his season. Equalizing that thoughis M11 12 12 11 46 record and 7-6 In the Florida two long baskets by Mala ford, with 5:10: still in the game
team's loss to Bronson, 52- that the loss to Bronsonwas KHHurner 7-5-19, Wingate Star Conference. chi Henry which put BradfordIn Two straight baskets by Ocala -
78 Friday night at Live Oak. the third of the season. 4-0-8 Grayson 3-3-9, Turk- IItT BUCIIIIOLZ GAME front for the second time put them in front for the

the loss eliminated the Indians The Indian's Bobby Hurnerwas nett 4-2-10, Vaughn 2-1-5,Hen- --AN Bradford went Into the fourth of the gam with 2:11: still In first time of the. game: 36-34
from the Suwannee River one of the few bright spots derson 1-1-3. Totals 21- 2-54. J quarter with! a 14 point deficit the first quarter. Two basketsby with 4:10: In the game
Conference tournament. for Coach Stefan Brokas' war- MWalden 1-3-5, Hardage and came alive to score each team, Bradford's by Barber scored! the last Bradford -
Keystone earned the right toJax riors. Hurner totaled 47 pointsfor 5-4-14, Wilson IORoth 3- 36 points In the final periodto Barber ended the first period field oalI 1Ih 3:20: In

play Bronson by thumping the two games and led 3-9, Williams 5-2-12, Kirkpat- drive the game Into over- with BHS in front: 1210.In the game. The basket tied the
Mar a na t h a, 54-46, Thursday the team in rebounds. rick 1-2-4. Totals 16-14-46. time. the second quarter necks Hani-1 up 3636.
night. Bronson's victory was Keystone High's next foe is Eddie Blalock stood at the could have gotten sore from Another two struiuht! baskets

shortlived however, as they lost neighboring Interlachen Friday Bronson Game charity line with seven seconds watching the game go up and put Ocala in front four points
to tourney favorite Branford, night. The Indians are hoping KH- 10 10 12 20 52 remaining In the game down the court so much. No 40-36, then Barber scored the
52-67, in the championship that playing at home will give B- 6 20 28 24 78 with BUS behind 68-66 and two consecutive baskets were last points for Bradford from

game Saturday night. them some scoring punch which KHHurner 12-4-28, Wingate hit both shots to send the scored by either team in the the charity line making Brad!
Lack of consistency appearedto they lacked when they playedthe 0-2-2.Grayson 1-3-5, Ketch 3- game into overtime. second quarter. Both teams ford's final score 37 points
be the right words as Key- Rams at Interlachen earlier 2-8, Turknett 3-1-7. Burke 1- "In the fourth quarter we scored 10 points each. But Ocala didn't settle with

stone showed signs of brilliancein this season. 0-2. Totals 20-12-52. (BUS) forced them Into turn Bradford scoring; in the second a three point! win, doing to the
both games. However, The Jayvee game will beginat BronsonJohnson 4-0-8Ish-, overs with our pressing defense done two foul line twice for throe points
quarter was by
of missed shots coupled 6:30: p.m. with the varsity ie 5-2-12 7-0-14 Wayne Berry reaches Fernandina 43-39
streaks Harper through a and the shots that we baskets each by Curtis White n ling the game
with turnovers gave their opponents scheduled to get underway immediately Barnes 7-4-18, Heath 1-0-2, Beach player's arm to block two points Friday had been missing all night just and Barber and one by Henry The last tttno Bradford play-
easy buckets. The Indians afterwards. Parker 2-0-4. Totals 36-6-78. night in Stark. seemed to fall In for us," which kept BHS In front 22- t>,il Ocala Forrest, In to-ala,
managed to scramble toa says Head Basketball Coach BHS lost 48-31 J.

victory over Maranatha but Mike Sexton. 20.Sewell sandwiched\ two baskets -
fell to the flying Eagles after Golfers Buchholz scored 10 pointsIn around one by Ocala, and! Score by Quarters:
leading as much as six points overtime compared to five
Bradford BaseShould was followed by another for
haltersectable, scored by Bradford. Ocala. This left BUS still in BHS12 10 8 7 37
"Three crucial BUS turn- front 26-24 during the third OF10 10 8 1.1!' 43
Lose InOpener overs In the overtime per-
BHS JV period. (See Page 11))
Be iod Is what did us in, says Then Bradford's White: scor-
Resp"If Sexton. "We lost the same

way we've been losing, on
1-2 ForWeek ... turnovers."
Green Addresses
the pitching comes throughwe lie Sewell, Alvaughn Golden, sistant Baseball Coach Harry With 46 seconds left in the Bobby Joe
should have a real respect- Eddie Blalock, Able Williams, Hatcher. All have been hustl- game Buchholz had Bradford
able ball team," says Head and Al Berry. ing and getting the basic fun- Bradford High golfers lost down 11 points and BUS cut the Union County Football FeteFormer
Baseball Coach Steve Bushore "Wo are working on the fundamentals damentals." their first match of the sea- lead down and sent the game
with 12 practices left until base throwing and catch- Melvin and Outlaw will be son Tuesday to St. Augustine Into overtime.
164-174 at the St. Augustine Florida Gator Foot- Awards! were( plentiful as the
ball starts.Bradford's ing to Bushore.Bradford's
season according the two letter-
only returning "We had a tremendous team '
Bradford junior varsity ca- team *,>nt 8-2 for the
season
municipal course. ball Star and current Chicago
first is Sat. two best hittersso in the
game men outfield. effort out of everybody on defense -
gers lost two games, to Oca- Gaines and Danny Mc- Bear and endetlap state ranked!,
Joe Green
Terry punter Bobby
March 3 at home Buch- far this
against season are Eddie "We have soma boys out that and 1 feel like that
la Forrest Saturday night, 41- of the. TItPl'Sl'JS
Kinney were the two low men was featured speaker at the Captain
holz starting at 2 The Hazen and Melvin
Gary
p.m. according ability-wise are not as goodas there were times that we were
40 then Buchholz Tuesday
both shootingfive Johnny Woodlev with teammate -
Bradford Union
for County High School Foot-
first conference is a- to Bushore. the next but bustling
game person down and could have givenup
53-31 after beating
night Fernandina ,Beach 64-47 last gainst Palatka South again at Milvin will be playing at left makes up for this and over par 41's. but they didn't and we were ball Banquet in Lake Butler Co-Cdiif.in Korwiu! Clyatt serving
home at 4 p.m.Pitchers field Gray Flynn and Jerimiah there is lot of Matt Herres was third for last Tuesday nitrhf. '
Friday In the .last of a six a competitionand In the game until the end,
game winning streak for the for BUS this year Johnson will be In center field spirit in the outfield,"says Bradford with a 44 followedby commented Sexton Awaras were given out as
Tornadoes. are Hit Elwards: Eddie Ha- and David Kllby and Jimmy Hatcher. Ed Watts with 48. :Malachi Henry was Bradford's follows: ,
zen, who has the best control, Outlaw at right Returning lettermen Gaines, :McKlnney, and
leading scorer against Most valuable FLORIDA
James Aldridge was the only end let player award
all
returning
man for BUS in double figures and Tonrny Wise, who according legainjur es hamperedby infield are David hKTllhp Mermen are from last Buchholz with 20 points from went to Dale Green; most improved
is year.
with l 15 points ]leadingthe to Bushore coming a- Tommy Wise, Ronnie seven field goals and six charity player CtirtisSirnnnPS( ;
are David Gaines with a 52, and
long real good. All five doing a real and two lettermen CdrfRiherd i
Tornadoes in the scor- year shots. Two other Brad- unsung hero Billy Ray SmIth;
Stan Reddish
Tucker and -
ing department followed by Right now their arms are good job right now," says as- and Eddie Hazen. Bruce both with a 54 also play- ford players were in double hest offensive bark Bennie Boy- THEATRE

teammate David McMillan: not in shape and the cold wea- ed for BUS but only the top figures Curtiss White with kings; best defensive back Alfred -
with eight points i then loss ther has been bad for their four from each team are coun- 12 points and Donnle Sewell Watkins; I best offensive Showtime-Weekdays\ 7:00:
to Buchholz in Gainesville arms," said Bushore. Bradford Thinclads ted in scoring. Gaines was the with 10 points. White and Se- lineman; Bobby Croft; best defensive -
Tuesday night.Bradford Ronnie Kilby will be catcher seventh man of the overall well were the leading Tor- lineman Kerwin Clyatt, Sunday :too: Saturday inn
never led at any- this year, Carl Riherd at match. nado rebounders with 14 and and most valuable senior Johnny -
time of the ball game and first base harlie Green at Top four scorers for S.\ 10 rebounds respectively. Woodley. Fri., Sat., 16, 17

never outscored Buchholz In second, Eddie Hazen at short To Meet With PKY"Overall are David !Shelley 37, Hobert Leading Buchholz scorer Featured speaker Bobby

any one quarter.FERNAXPLNA. stop, and David M.-Cutchen at Lichter, 39, Mark Gurnow, and the game's leading sco- Green was a University of Flo-
Bill Barlett with 38 rida football teannute of Tiger
third base. 40 and Frank Hunter, 48. rer was \ -
GAME: Bradford thinclads wii. our strength lies Coach Charlie Roberts
Five High who
basketball players, still Bradford's next match is points from 12 field goals and ,
Friday night the Baby Reds in season and in district play have an unofficial met with primarily in the sprints," said against Live Oak In Live Oak 14 foul shots followed by team- presided over the annual affair
rolled 62-47 over the Fer- are coming out. They are Don- P.K. Younge at the Bradford Howard. then meet at home Tuesday mate Greg Bostln with 16 attended by over 200 Lake But- NOTICE!
nandina Beach Pirates, the High track tomorrow (Friday, In the middle distance! runs ler fans at the Lake Side Coinnvjnity SPECIAL
Fernandina Beach. with
hosting points and Kick Gwery H.
last of a six game winning Feb 16)) at 4 p.m. Paul Parsons should lead the Bradford hit 17 of 27 foul Center. The managrma teeoanemuuy'e D.uttett0 OMIW
streak for the Tornadoes.The LB CagersGo Both schools want experienceand Tornadoes with good time trials any. m do 9m
shots for 62 percent comparedto .
Baby Reds had a 10-3 competition before getting this year. Parsons will I he com ePnSEIZe. tsY
Buchholz with 24 of 33
jump on the Pirates with less into the serious part of the backed upbyCarl Hunsinger and Keystone Will
for 72 percent.
than half of the first quarter 34-33 season, according to Track Joe Gordon 301DRIVEIN
Score by Quarters:
-em airline. At the end of the Coach Glover Howard. In the distance running events, Host District !
BUS 8 14 10 36 5 73
period BiTS was in front 16- the mile, and two mile runs
BfCI! 18 II 17 22 1078
9. BaldwinLake bradiord's: first regular season Mark Hodges{ should lie the number -
Cage BUS Williams 3-1-7 Bar-
By Tourneyfirst ,
Five Fernandina points meet is March 2, against one man for BHS. Hodges! Henry
1-0-2 White 6-0-12
ber -
,
traditional rival Palatka South. went to state competition In
sandwiched around basket
a round pairings has Golden
7-6-20 4-0-8,1100-
It will start at 4 p.m. Cross Country last fall (Hodges ,
by Early Chandler for Brad- 0-2-2 Blalock 1-5-7
Butler basketballersedged With the meet against PS will be backed by Mike McRae ge I r. '
ford put the Pirates the clos- at 7 and Hastings and Show Begins At Sundown
p.m. Hampton 1-3-5 Sewell 5-0-
,
34-33 by Baldwin Tues- : r1
(BHS) have Solzes Kirk
coming up 'we got Ricky Hunsinger
er to the Tornadoes than
any Keystone at 9 p.m. The St. Totals
day night In Baldwin leaving ourselves in bad situation because and Mike 10. 28-17-73.
period In the game, 18-14. the Tigers with 14-6 a Sherman. These boys ,Joe Pierson Taj lor winner BVCII Bartlett 12-14-38, Fri., Sat. Feb. 16,17 I'r
a sea- I didn't want to run them will share the responsibility of
With 4:44: left. In the first will play Hunnell the following -
Jackson 0-2-2 Bostln 7-2-
son record to date and 9-5 (the trackman) that the mile ,
half Randy :Martin fouled early, according and half mile runs, i
was at 7 and
night p.m 16 W. Jackson 3-2-8 Gwe-
In the conference to Howard. In the field THi IIN-HUB OF MOTOKCVCII
and was sent to the charity events, "they have ,the winner of the Hastings- ,
5414. Totals 27-24-78. PICTUaiSI" Arthur Knight
"It wis the sorriest The meet Is called unoffi- yet to ry i ,
line where he made a quick gn.ne"ye shape up, says Howard. ]Keystone affair will be mat- of Saturday Review E
two points for BUS.. Shortly : seen Lake Butler play"says cial because all of the regu- Henry should I be the number ,ched with St. Augustine .
up
Head Basketball Coach lar events will not be OCALA FORREST GAME: JOU Mf IIWNI rJOIMAJMATH-"-.
done. one
long and
after with 4:27: still in the jumper high jumper Dili at !9) p.m. The winnersof ON.0...."S'e uAlFRFDLFONF '. TICMNICOLOB-
Jimmy ThoTias. Last season Bradford thin- for BHS while Tim :Crews Bradford High Cagers went.
first half :Martin\ hit for a those games will vie for JOSEPH COTTEN EIKE SOMMER '.
basket that helped put BHS "They (LB) just couldn'tget clads ended up runner up in and possible Tim Clark back ,the championship Saturday from a 30-28 lead at the end .>C.C.Ryder in BARON BIOOD II I, CNf f I I1I!IANU! ONIl I' lMiPB13S
going In the first the conference and district with him in the of the third period of play toa *' |
In front 2214. quarter, up long jump. Feb. 24. AMM-MARGRBT [ : In IMIRICIS MIKNItlC'lll' ( 1 R.j' *j
Early Chandler was Infested also commented Thomas Palatka South in front of them "We should develop a good night, 43-37 loss to Ocala Forrest ..hi.girl 4 '. .
with the scoring bug soon each time then placed fifth in discus group by the end of the Saturday night In the BiB gym. In .
afterIar: ti n, hitting two Jack McGill led the Tigers Region 4 at llamas City then year," according to Howard Keystone Heights High Bradford drew first blood of COMPANY -PLUS-
straight baskets which put the In the scoring department with placed 10th in State competition Curtiss White will probably School; will host the Class A the game with a field goal I in

Tornadoes ahead 12 points 26- 12 points followed closely by overall. top man for Bradford in that District 9 basketball tourney the first 43 seconds of play. \
Fred Sirmones with 11 points. "I'm not expecting any super department and pushing him for 1 Feb.' 22-24. Then after two turnovers,one
14.With three minutes left in In the first quarter Lake performances because of that spot is Pete Puckett. Don- Schools participating In the by each team, Ocala had the i
the first half the Pirates Butler behind basketball season. "Vernon nle Thomas Is one of thestronger :]tourney will be the hometown ball at its end of the court.It I
scor- was 9-6 and
ed seven points, five from foul half time were further by irber Sheldon Hodge i ,andl\ta- ones in the discus throw- 'Indians, St. Joe, Pierson Taylor took a while: but Oeala finally tea a,uoNU1Lu J IJ
shots. Bradford scored eightin behind. 20-13. even lachi !(;nry make up the main 1n;. Hastings, St. Augustine worked) the ball in through; are.taeAeer tntaNGp II

the same period, two each part of our relay team." says Leroy Davis, Glen Mullins, 'IUH and Bunnell Bradford's tough defense forSTOK 6rn I

from :Martin, and Wayne Berry Howard. They are playing basketball and Gary Bakken will be throwing
and four points added by Da- The Tigers travel to West now. the shot putt for Bradford 1 / /
vid :McLillan. This led the Nassau:>'; Friday night then "We have several good sprin- this! year. -PLUS-
host :M.icclenny\[ in Lake Butler ters this year--Levy Lpnnon, Pole vaulting for Bradford ; CAR

(See Page 11)) :\1.,111.Y ni ht. Tim Clark, Nat Mark John this year is Steve Strickland,
Hill, and Tim Crews. All{ run returning with experience this *
the quarter mile too and as a year. RACESEvery ta,
WE ALSO SELLTHE result of good sprinters we Jimmy Cauley will be the top t tM

I should have a good relay team." hurdler, according to Howard, It i1, An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL' >I'G...,.... .ar_.
BIG ONES should have a good relay backed up by LarrySherman and

1971 Pontiac Lemons Sport 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass team," commented Howard. Curtiss Scott. t t.. ... t. Y, re. an ,-, C.n ANDREW KEIR-VALERIE LEON

2 dr hardtop VS en.ina Automatic 4 Dr. Sedan. V-8 Engine AutomatTran.mta.ten SATURDAY Trinity JAMES VILLIERS COLOR SZIU;: ."
Alreondltlor ,, le Tranemlaalon, Air Condition, CMI'IIlM r1.aCTIOIISI'YITCOan.IttA' HAUW R MtOOUCTKMft '
Radio and Halter Radio and Heater. Indian Is Still '.'2 AmMrM MIMNi.rW Picture*,rne
Bobby HurnerOn :
$2,595.00 2150.00 Time Trials 7:30: First Race 8:30Opening : 111y1Vame";

1965 V. W. 1972 V. W. 7 Passenoer Bus All-Tourney Teamhas hln.t hi 110, Nun lQ.eI::! Sun., Mon, Feb. 18, 19

I 2 Dr. Sedan 4 Cylinder Radio Engine and, 4 4 Cylinder Engine, 4 Speed TroneI Jk. An A" o....100.." Cal.... .Ill
I Speed Tranomlnlon. mli.lon. Radio and Heater.

Hute $695.00 $2,850.00 Bobby Hurner, Keystone HI- been one of the area's potent t SE 'I NORTH COUNTRY
f March 3
gh's do-It-all basketball player, scorers the entire L ,
season.
1966 Ch.vrol.tImpala 1969 Chevrolet Caprice was named to the Suwannee River He sports a 19 point average Sat. 1973 Sun., Mon., F.b. 18, 19 PLUS -

4 Dr. Sedan V-8 Engine Automatic 4 Dr., sedan V-8 Engine, Automat Conference Tourney team for 18 games. He also leads Night Y'al
ranamlulon Air Condition. Mag le' Tranamlaalon, Air Condition after his sparkling performancein his team in rebounds with bet- THE ANIMALS BIG FOOT
Radio b Heater ,
Wheel and Heater.$595.0O last week's conference tournament ter than 10 a game. :: r

$1 / 95.00 played at Live Oak. Other players named to the PLUS -
I Hurner led his team with 19 tourney team were Lee and Admission Adult $1.50Children
1 1j I I I 1 points in a first round victoryover Charles Hatch, and Horace Jenkins Late Models and Bombers THAR SHE BLOWS
1I 1I I j 4227 NW 13th S Maranatha and bucketed 28 of Brandord .75
points in a loss to tourney run- ; William Lake City Speedway
I
376-4551 I ner-up Bronson. Barnes, Earl Greenlee and Earl Rated X 18 Yrs. Up Sunday At 3-5-7.9
Harper of
VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE/AUDI determined The 5-11 senior and aggressive, noted for play his Coarsey of Bronson Tren'on.; and Robert 5 MI. S. of Lake City On US 41 Adm. $1.25No Children Monday at 7.9Pag.





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BHS Splits Pair Case SetOnly For TrialSteven

bJ1i;
.r r (From Page 10)) : one person pled not Len Crawford, charge
guilty In County: Court plea ed with violation of driver's
PRE- Barber 6-1-13, White two straight Jumpers to give I day Tuesday Feb. 6, and will license restrictions and fined
6.0-12 Henry 2-0-4. Hodge 2- the Tornadoes a 23-18 edge. 1 be put on trial docket for a $26 or two days In Jail; Kirby
SPRING 0-4" dwell 204. Totals 18. With 3:12 remaining In the non-jury trial.Kenneth Lynn Crosley charged with
l.3&OFGuy half, Bradford took the leadto Davis pled not guilty -
SALE 1-0-2.Brown 9-0-18, stay. to the charge of unlawful $36 an Improper or three start days and In fined Jail.
Chambers 4-3-11 I, Coehlo 3- Fernandina Beach closed to speed and his case was trans- Bond estreatures this week
2-8, Balset 204. Totals 19- within two at the half, 27-25, qL ferred to the county court are: Lugene Turner, M. J.
5-43. and stayed to within one earlyIn trial term docket for a non
Slocum, and Johnny Turner,
,
the third quarter. Midway Jury trial.
the however, t Two in Jr., all charged with unlawfulspeed
FERNANDINA GAME through period cases court were
'".. Junior Curtis hite tallied Bradford again caught fire after dismissed by presiding Judge Janie;H.William Wade, ErnestL.Coly Cooper Williams -,
slow start. Playing a Elzle Sanders.
19 points and pulled down 15 a Robert Pendergrassand
rebounds Friday night as_ tremendous defensive game, i They are Raymond A. Par- Louis, Thomas Wright,
0yP Bradford rolled past visiting Bradford held the Pirates to kin charged with no valid each charged with failure to
Fernandina Beach 61-50,while only one basket the final five driver's license and RobertW. have cab card.
a
starting three sophomores. minutes of the third quarter. Davenport charged with
Bradford had one of its best Meanwhile, the Tornadoes having no valid Inspection cer-
team efforts of the year r. swamped Fernandina with 12 tificate.
all three sophomores finished points to lead 4332.In j Persons failing to appear In the Otd 7t/m.E/l
the night in double figures. the first four and half n1 n court Tuesdav and a warrant
Sheldon Hodge scored 13 minutes of the final period, ,4 Issued for their arrest with -
points, Elva Hampton 11 and ,Bradford sunk only one bas bond set at $251 are: JohnD. (I.\. 11
c Donnie Sewell 10 while bring- ket as Fernandlna rallied back Roeling, Joseph M. Doval, I l
d>!> ;
ing down 13 rebounds as well. to cut the Tornadoes lead to and Juan Luis Vlruet, all ,
Frank Mcintosh paced the only six, 4741. .T charged with unlawful speed. ; IJ <-\
visitors with 18 points while The rally was short livedas Fines assessed in court are: '\: := I _.__
Henry Gauthier added another Bradford came on to score i r Preston J. Scott and RobertW. \-
sf / !
11 in the losing cause. 14 points in handing Fernan- r 5 Davenport, both charged 4';f' :. "<'b\l\ j

Hitting on 20-foot jumpers, dina a 61-50 setback. White, .,. with having no valid driver's "Every lime the govern-;
Fernandina Beach opened an Sewell and Hodge each and license and fined $26 or two mem tthifu a lithe 1 la the left,
early 8-3 lead before the Tor- four points the final quarteras days In Jail; Alfred Charles the decimal point In taxes
nadoes finally caught fire. the Tornadoes showed a Swafford, charged with hav- and the national debt
PACKAGEDNut Curtis White then pumped in balanced attack. ing no valid driver's license to the shifts
four straight points and Elva and fined $36 or three days; right.
Hampton added another basketas Score by Quarters:
Fruit, Shrub Bradford took the lead for Starke- 18 16 18 61 .
the first time with 57 sec Fer.12 12 7 19-50 S
& Shade Trees onds remaining In first per- DANIELS UZUKI CENTER INC.
Starke (61))) Barber 3-0-6
: ; ,
iod.The Our Parts and Septic Matt Our Sales
15 lead was short lived, Golden 0-2-2, Hodge 6-1-13,
%
OFF however, as Mcintosh sunk Hampton 5-2-11, Sewell 2-6-
two baskets from the 10-foot 10. Totals 241361.FERNANDINA .
range In giving the Piratesa BEACH (50);
FLA.PEAT. 12-9 lead as the quarter Jones 5-0-1, Smith 1-1-3,Gau-
ended.In thier 5-1-11, McIntosh 7-4-18,
the second quarter the Glover 1-0-2, Johnson 1-0-2,

lead changed hands several 8-50.Malphrus 124. Totals 21- James Aldrlda* take a leaping shot but misses. The ball I Is rebounded by .
times before Hamntnn sunk -
Fernandlna Beach.
HAS MOVED TO 1817


BHSJV Basketball Friends Of Life S.E. HAWTHORNE RD.


(From Page 10)) Green plants and trees are exchange of oxygen and car- through the leaves is offset Gainesville. Fla. Phone :372-9527:
friends of life, quietly givingoff bon dioxide in the leaves as by water uptake through the
Tornadoes Into the locker Then It clip this &
came, another foul coupon save
ALLFALL the gift of oxygen. Silent well as in the roots. Any- roots. Just how the water
room with a 34-21 lead over against Bradford. Shelby Williams friends we should get to know thing that disrupts that exchange rises up through the trunk $10.00 off
r their opponents. was the victim of the better, says the Red Crossin kills the tree. against the tremendous forceof
See-saw scoring in the third foul and made the one shot 10 % Off ON BIKES
its Health For All col- Water-logged soil, for example gravity is one of a tree'sIncredible
period, with Bradford tiltingthe with four seconds left In the umn. blocks off the tree's
" BULBS board its way for one game. Survival Is a delicate balance supply and drowns it triumphs. the 0 185 CC
oxygen Curiously enough,
very On All Parts
extra point 11-10, made the Bradford got the ball anda for trees, Just it Is ,
as There is not enough air It center of a living treeIts Off
; score 45-31 going Into the long throw and miss by for all living things. Like peo water-logged soil, and mos core which I Is sometimes And Parts 1*' $15.00
20 % OFFSpectracide fourth period.In Early Chandler ended the pie, trees need enough air trees grow best when a flftl called heartwood--Is dead. ON ALL
the fourth quarter BHS game with Ocala snapping the and water to survive. Theydo of the soil volume is filled The cells grow around this On Tune Ups 250 750 CC
outscored the Pirates 17-10 Tornadoes' winning streak 41- not have lungs for breath- with air. The best growl dead core, and the rings of SUZUKI
giving the game to Bradford 40. ing, but there must be an conditions are when watering. growth tell the tree's age. Bikes
Diazinon 62-47.
James Aldridge led the Baby Score by Quarters: -
Controls Many Insects Reds in the scoring depart-
ment with 16 points from eight BUS 12 6 10 12 40
IncludingROACHES field goals. Wayne Berry was OF 108 12 11 41 ....
\ right behind with 14 points ... f'nln
from six field goals and two BUS- Aldridge 7-4-18, Ber- i !
'
; foul shots. ry 4-1-9, McMillan 2-1-5,
' 5 oz.----1.27 Chandler 2-0-4, Barnes 2-0-
'lifA:
Pt. - 3.67 Score by Quarters: 4. Totals 17640. !JllIJIN !/

,, BHS 16 18 11 17 62 OF-Williams 2-0-4,Brant-
Qt. -6.57 FB 9 12 10 10 47 ley 0-7-7, Beebe 2-0-4, Hudson *
1-0-2, Green 4-4-12, WIl-
NEW CROP BHS- Aldridge 8-0-16, Ber- liams 0-5-5, Henoly 3-0-6.

ry 6-2-14, McMillan 4-1-9, Totals 121641.
SEED NOW Chandler 3-0-6, Barnes 0-4- A TRI COUNTY AREAThe
4, Haas 0-2-2, Martin 2-4
AVAILABLEVEGETABLES 8, Gaines 1-1-3. Totals 24- UnsafeBefore
14-62.
FBTanner 5-2-12, Wilson '
, 2-4-8, G. Rlcho 2-0-4, R. Telegraph Will Provide -
BEETS Rlcho 1-1-3, Green 2-3-7, BirthA
Mack 1-1-3, Tomlinson 4-2-

\! BROCCOLI ENDIVE 10. Totals 17-13-47. mother's womb is not Blanket Coverage; Of All P.O.

OCALA GAMEAn always the safe spot It shouldbe
LETTUCE exciting last quarter, the Red Cross states In j
when tied scores were broken its Health For All column
f, MUSTARD six times, left the Baby Boxes And Rural Routes For

PARSLEY Tornadoes dangling by one in an experiment with preg-
points at the end of the gamein nant rats, cigarette smoke
PEAS, RADISH which undefeated Ocala was blown toward the animals
SPINACH Forrest broke a six game five times a day for a daily SURROUNDING AREAS
winning streak for the Tor- total of forty mlnutes.This
TURNIPSAnd nadoes. exposure simulated, at leastin
Many Others During the whole game tied carbon monoxide exposure,
scores were broken an estimated the Intake of a human mother Mr. Merchant
17 times, in the first smoking a pack of cigarettesa :
, half mostly by field goals day or slightly more. Rats 0It'

e + foul and The shots.in score the last see-sawed quarter back by. give delivery and the birth,day after die before fetuses three expected weeks were; This Will Give You The Golden

and forth in the first quarter removed from the
surgically

10. BHS with at the the period advantage endingand 12- womb.The fetuses from the"smoked" Opportunity To Reach Potential

mothers not only
Forrest gained one of the
weighed less than those In
largest leads of the game In control buthad smaller -
a group Your
CustomersWith
the first of the second quar- brains Message
ter The six ,
1612. straight Carbon monoxide is damaging -
points were scored by four to embryos even If--
charity shots and one bas- like chicks--they are protected That Are Seldom Contacted By
ket.Then by eggshells. At Rutgers,
BITS
retalllated with Dr. James McGrath, associate
two straight baskets, one each
professor environmental
by James Aldridge and Wayne physiology, constructed an Incubator The Written Media.
Berry, to tie the game 16- to test the effect of
16 with 2:30: remaining in the
carbon monoxide on hatching
first A basket each
half. by
chicken Into the incu-

team into was halftime added 18-18.before going bator he a eggs pumped tiny portion air that, less included Call CLAUDE CROW SON, DAVID HODGES Or JOHN MILLERAt

At the end of the third quar- than a fraction of one percent -
ter, Ocala took a two point of carbon monoxide. Of
lead 30-28 then started up the eggs not exposed to the 964-6305 Immediately So They Will Be Able To Do A
the fourth quarter with four gas, 79 percent hatched.Of
FOR YOURGARDENING straight points for the wid those exposed, 13 percent

NEEDS game est margin 34-28. in score of the hatched.The chick embryos found Professional Job On Your Ad Layout.

Six points were quickly reg- dead in the shell showed the
PLOWSHigh
istered on the Scoreboard for red discoloration hemorr-
Bradford, four from Aldridgeand haging, and blood clotting associated -
two from McMillan, for with carbon mono-
another tie 34-34 with 4:04 xide poisoning. AD DEADLINE NOON
Wheel 23.95 left in the game. Human mothers cannot be
During the rest of the game used In experiments like
WheelBarrow only one basket was scored, these. But pregnant women
the one from BITS who smoke have significantly MON. FEB. 19
14.95 John Brantley was fouled more stillbirths, spontan-
by BlS( and' took two points eous abortions, and premature
Fertilizer from the charity line. Then births than women who don't J
James Aldridge was fouled smoke. The more an expec-
Spreading 24.95 by OF and another charity tant mother smokes, the more Your Action Today Creates A Good
shot and a 36-36 tie. carbon monoxide she absorbs
Brantley was again foul ed I Into her blood stream. One
by BUS, scored two points study indicates that when a
RIDA and got a 38-36 lead for pregnant woman smokes two
Ocala. packs a day It Is the equi- Reaction Tomorrow From Your GoodAr'
ST Then a Bradford field goal valent of blocking off 40 per- -
and foul shots by McMillan and cent of the baby's oxygen sup- (
Berry ended the scoring for ply.To 4-
NTROL Bradford at 40 with a two find out more about car-
s a..rr to point lead on Ocala. bon monoxide and cigarette \) Customersf.b.
Brandley was fouled again smoke, contact your local tuberculosis -
for Ocala and tied up the and respiratory' ,
51 E., Call game 40-40 with less than disease association. It's a
10 seconds In the game. matter of life and breath. ,,

Starke_ Fla 964-5745) f



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P.9. 12 TELEGRAPH F.b.15.1973





Snow Fell .p rI.s.MAlLthe Editor

;,. r Letters to




On South m ; .. osr



And ASININE DECISION READ MAN, THINK 1. Was not the Income tax
Orange originally passed only for the

Apparently some Judges are Dear Sir: duration of World War H,
7ILrJI so concerned with legal niceties but you saw you had a good

r- I their that they seem to lose Your editorials are very thing going, didn't you?

t common sense. biased. Why not print both
2. How do you expect us
'" I'f Judge Charles Scott sides of any subject insteadof
R.
IIII appears to believe all people have
to fall Into that categoryand your biased Democratic
the
r..aPwfc side? equal rights when poor
Party
o must be so removed from and single people pick up the

+f v* the struggle to earn enough Oh yes-- please print In tab? The singles are taxed

money to pay current high full what the Democratic plat- more on the dollar than a
taxes that he makes decisionsIn form (or what they stand for) married person is he or she
The street signs at South Intervals during the after- a vacuum, completely removed In full, please. not? We are discriminated
and Orange seemed out of noon, In the wake of a snow- from reality.It against.
place last Saturday afternoon storm that blanketed most of Read, man-- think, wake
against a background of snowon the southeastern states, they was my belief that a con- up get your head out of the 3. Why do people who have
the roof of PostmasterT.C. did not stick on the groundas victed felon lost his civil rights sand. never paid social security receive -

Hazen's home (at left). long as the snow that fell and therefore I simply -Edith E. Swinny these benefits? Did they
New Power Unit A MustThe Another trace of snow showedup here on Feb. 13, 1958. cannot understand a philos- not have the equal opportunityto
along the edge of the roof ophy that would give criminalsIn pay It?
prison the right to legal TO EDUCATIONIt
of the Curtis Sanders homeon
heaviest of all
The
snow
counsel (taxpayers expense) 4. Eric Smith and the young
N. Walnut Street and
other
fell here on Feb. 14, 1899 whenan Is time of accountabilityand
Is
time such Inmate Head
any prison Bennett were snowed by
Starke City Council is faced The present plan is to financethe roofs around town. estimated two Inches cov- accused of breaking prison credltablllty. You talk a- Start in Jacksonville. Please

with the choice of having to buy purchase with revenue certifiCates ered the ground and stayed rules. bout meaningful programs. read the findings on all OEO
which do not pledge the city's Although fair sized snow around for several days due O. K. Let's have them, because and will find
unit
generating or programs you
another power outside the assets and can be paid off from flakes pelted down at briefStephens to the extreme cold. Frankly I consider such a Judicial we are paying your they are not accomplishingmuch
sources
purchasing from decision asinine salary and
as as you are not do- high
additional power that will be needed plant revenue; or to borrow the money -m; ft. fHlI'! HUI one that would require the par- Ing the job. Or Is It that for of nothing anything except except higher

here this summer. Either way, it will from a commercial bank at a bid ents of a recalcitrant child to you have a degree and/or pay taxes. Does this justify these
interest rate. Either of these two read that child his "rights" a certificate to teach and just ?
cost money. routes would be less expensive thana before he questioned and legal can't do the Job? programs

with its counsel before he Is spanked. 5. How can you justify rev-
in the bond issue accompanying You the
"If we're ttoine.to stay are only ones In enue-sharing when the Gov-
power business, we'll have to meet fees for validation and other Taxpayers should shudder at the dark ernment Is In debt and we

municipal services. the additional cost Inherent In -E.E.S Govern-
the demand, is the way one -- the people are the
Judge Scotts decree. ment
power plant employee expressedit j
i iS ESPECIALLY TO
last week. > t Liberal Judges seem deter- THE CONGRESSMENAND 6. Are you not saying we
Although up-to-date informationwas isW' mined to give criminals all the STATE REPS. may have the pleasure of sharing -

The onlv alternative would be to not available at last week's rights and privileges that free, the debt we already have

halt the growth of Starke-- and no Council meeting as to the total a- law-abiding citizens are entitled I would say It Is time to plus more taxes?

one would are suggest that. mount of cash on hand that the city to enjoy.Trond quit trying to fool the peo- 7. Do we not pay Income tax
A. Sundem ple. These are the questionsI
the purchaseof on social security and social
to
would have to apply
Rt. 1, Box 322 would like to ask you:
There is no immediate crisis. a new unit, it was generally agreed security on income tax?

since the power load in winter is that a "substantial amount" could -E.E.S

always less than summer, but even be scraped up to use as a down: Colunly At$4Cnl Notebook
KW TO THE EDITORWe
now the plant is hitting 6,700 payment.

on some daysagainst a maximum 11If" the working people are
\
generating capacity of 7,490 KW. Cited For ActionAt "","" sick and tired of having to

If the big unit (generating 1,750 KW) Investors and developers are now Fire :; pick up the tab for all the

should be down for any reason, a beginning to move into this part Time Of Blanding ;Z Federal and State funded pro-
f'
of the city would be without BOBBOYR grams.
large part of the state, apparently to escape ,, ;

electric service. the fierce competition and inflated Col. H.M. Hatcher Jr., director "He Immediately enteredhis : .. accomplished These programs anything have but not
of maintenance Camp office and alerted the Camp
of undeveloped land in the
KW prices is shown present- Blanding Volunteer Fire Department \ baby-sitting agencies Head
True the city has a 1,500 Blanding,
Orlando, Miami, Tampa, and other Start and the others: NYC,
Ing the Florida CommendationMedal and the Director of
tie-in with a private utility company, I OIC MDTA NOP
Thereare
metropolitan areas. Starke is also to Chief Warrant Officer Maintenance via telephone. etc.
but this is on an "if availablc"basis feeling the overflow from Jackson- John C. Stephens, Sr. Then, with no thought of per- about 100 of them Including '
tc You tell that there Is did creditable job with their aid" have been
I
and there is no contract can a "legal
Ulle and Gainesville and continue (left) on behalf on the Governor sonal safety he climbed the
assure that it will be .dlable wher I and The Adjustant General, six foot Ijaroea wire topped a lot of Interest In Beef Cat- projects as well as representing tested, reviewed, and they are
"bedroom" for
to Ceras the per- fence tle when some of the wivesof these organizations and nothing but money paid by the
State of Florida. surrounding tne shop area -
needed.At sons employed in these cities if and began laying out exist- cattlemen, and other ladies County well. taxpayers. They are only help-

we can supply housing. The medal was given in recognition ing fire-fighting equipment to get together on their Ing people to goof off. Shallwe
its present rate of growth. of Stephens' out- combat the blaze. own to discuss organizing a local Good pecan prices last fall say "let's pretend" or
the load In SstarKe is Increasing Cow Belles Association. have created a lot of inter- make believe? These so-
power that in -
At rate it Is obvious standing efforts extinguishing
at the rate of some 900 K11'pe any and might: a major fire at the combined "With the assistance of sev- About fifteen ladies met last est In planting new trees and called "meaningful pro-
growth is h re to stay, we enthusiastic old A
month and WOI-D; rejuvenating groves. grams" are a JOKE.
5,750while eral other technicians who
The 19i11 i r ak usage was support maintenance shop -
vear.
as well prepare for it. One of the about this possibility. good productive pecan tree
& 1972: peaked at 6,630. If 197 3 3 of growthresidcn- Camp Blanding, on March had arrived by this time, he will Increase the value of We .the working people are
shows a simIlar gain, the peaK demand first needs any 14, 1972. soon had water spraying on the Another meeting Is sched- land. There Is still timeto disgusted seeing people walk-'' U
r( wt'l l exceed present capacitof '.% Hal, comim-clal or industrial- fire. Upon arrival of fire departments uled at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, your set a tree this year If ing around doing nothing but' h

electric power, and the sooner the "For his efforts In exting- he directed them to February 27, at the Agricul- you hurry. It Is better to set having more children so as
the plant. city gets prepared to meet the dew uishing a fire at the combined th water supply In the area ture Building in Starke. Mrs. more than one variety to ensure to receive Aid for Dependant

And there i is cver reason mands of the im nodlate future, the support maintenance shop on ting and hoses assisted connected.them in get-He D.F.Florida LeFils, State Presidentof pollination. If you set Children for us to support.
CowBelles Asso-
belle\e that Increased demand ii 1 i more assured we will be of benclit- the morning of 14 M arch 1972. provided\ outstanding leader- ciation has been contacted to protpgynous varieties like They are responsible for
One of the first to arrive for
,. from the growth that Is rightfully ship and supervision In Stuart, Curtlss, or Elliot, you their own behavior the sameas
": 3 will be even greater than nor ting work on this date. Warrant Officer orga- speak, or send a representative should also set a variety like
mil, what: with a yew shopping center ours. Stephens saw dense smoke nizing the fire fighting effortsto to discuss programs and Moore Desirable, or Success any other citizen.

to get under! construction this o and flames coming from extinguish this blaze which activities of local and state which are protandrous. Witha If they do not work and
the rear of the combined sup threatened to destroy the entire associations and assist with
spring, requiring at least an addi-. True It is that six or sc\en port maintenance shop build- shop and equipment con- organization procedures If necessary len protandrous(male) Is variety mature, the most pol- support children or their legitimate Illegitimate ones,
tional Kand\ school
200' a new or eight hundred thousand dollarsis ing. tained therein. years before the summa (female then they, should be charged
building a dill,; another ;)0. F.icli: new a lot of monej'-- 'and that's how ) Is receptive. With a with child neglect and con-

horn" built in the] citcalls t for aradditional 1 1 the bids on a new unit ranged last I have seen active CowBelles protogynous variety, the stig- tributing to the delinquencyof

: :: .) I 12:! to HOME NOTESFrom
working at exhibits and
pro- before the pollen is mature
air conditioning. j is becoming stan got to spend money to make money ," moting beef and beef products.The Everyone has the equal op-

dard equipment fur itsidcnces: as never seemed truer than in this Your Extension Home Marion County CowBelles Over fertilization Is a com- portunity to work and support

well as. businesses. instance. did an excellent job of decorating mon fault In the managementof their own family. Also equal
.. Economics Agent the show arena at the young trees. No fertilizer responsibility for their behavior -
/ m Southeastern Livestock Pavil- should be used at the time .

;, BY KATHY BROWN lion In Ocala for the youth of planting. The young tree -E.E.S.
f :t Steer Show and Sale held this may be given an early sum-
I Too Much Variation week. I'm sure there are many mer fertilization In June of
things that our ladles woulddo no more than one pound of December
Since 1948 when the first easy to clean both inside and that would help promote 8-8-8 or 10-10-10 spread e-
blender was sold, it has risen out. Blades should be remov- beef cattle production mar- venly over the soil six Inches Sales Tax

rapidly to become one of the able, made of stainless steel. keting, and consumer acceptance from the trunk outward to a
Five hundred drug stores across for tile sam'? drug purcnasea in that four top best sellers In elec- and use of beef cattle distance of three feet. Sets RecordThe

the state have been selected to re- city could vary aj ouch' as 350 per tric housewares for kitchenuse. A blender container shouldbe products. We look forwardto Mature trees can receiveup I

cci\e a questionnaire aimed at dis- cent. Blenders can be found graduated for measuring: an active association hereIn to 50 pounds of 10-10-10
closing how much prescription drug 40% of the homes In the U. S. molded of cold and heat-re- our area. fertilizer per tree In Febru- "jingle bells" of

prices "ar '. The Florida survey, modeled after today. Since they are so POP- sistant glass or sturdy plas- r. ary. A good rule of thumb is Christmas cash registers
one recently conducted in 17 ular, we thought you might be tic; and have a wide opening Bradford County was represented to use one pound of ferti- pushed state sales and use
interested in the following tipson which makes It easy to add
at the SoutheasternSteer of of the tax collections for Decemberto
lizer age
states the Consumer Federation per year
Purpose of the survey: is to by how to select, use and care and remove contents. A bot- Show and Sale by 4-1I tree, or one pound of ferti- an all time high reported
work toward stabilizing drug pricesfor of America, will be coded so that for jour blender. tom opening permits easy re- Members Mike and Dwight lizer per foot of spread of Comptroller Fred O. (Bud)

the consumer and "espsciallj identification cannot be made of any amoval of heavy mixtures and Emery, and by FFA Member the branches. Groves can use Dickinson.
give relief to the elderly," accord- individual druggist. Druggists will Prices for a blender range easy cleaning. Container Gary Melvin I can assure between 1.000 and 1,200poundsper
from about $20 to$30, with de- should fit securely onto base. Tax
ing to Jacksonville Senator Lew be asked to list their prices for lux models as high as $60 to you that these young mem acre per jer. ford County collections totaled from Brad-

Brantle, chairman of the Senate com- twenty ot the most commonly used $70. Most are equipped with Don't overloadfor thick last December, an Increase$59,837 of

mittee on com.n' rce, which is con- prescription drugs-- the same O'IBSjsid three or four to 16 speeds mixtures, fill container no 5.16 per cent over the pre-

ducting the probe. *n the national survey A basic Idea to remember more mixtures than, or half free full flowing; for thin liquids V OurNatural vious year Clay County enjoyed -

when you begin to think about the blender can be 2/3 an increase of 5.01 per

In a recent survey bj the con- Senior citizens. .as well as the buying a blender is that blend full. For best results, fill the $126,000.cent as taxes totaled over

sumer federation, Sen. Brantley said, middleaged, and younger ones too ers are not designed to do the container with enough liquid to WORLDBy

it was found that the charge for one will welcome this move toward dis- same thing a mixer will do. A cover the blades. Put liquid Marilyn Mullis L'nlon: County showed the
blender, with its small high- into container -
recipe
hundred the wide discrepancy that portion largest Increase sur-
tablets of penicillin ranged closing among
powered blades do a mec- then add dry Ingredients Naturalist I
from S1.50 to S15, while one hun- apparently exists in the pricing of hanical, cutting, job on the unless, recelpe specifies rounding counties as taxes totaled -

dred Valium, a brand name tranquilizer prescription drug With hospital food placed in It. The primary herwise. Place the cover over 25$11,405 per cent., an Increase of

ranged from $6.75 costs and doctors' fees soaring to function of the mixer firmly on the container and
to $15. beater is to Incorporate air How much do you know about 5. A nocturnal animal is
In this connection, a Jacksonville ever new heights, anything to reduce into a mixture. A mixer doesa rest hand lightly on it before our friends of the forest the most active at: (a) dawn -; "The bulk of the tax revenue -
the of illness or acci- starting motor. animals and birds that most of Is garnered from the
newspaper reported that its cost better job mashing potatoesand (b) afternoon -; (cdusk-;
than welcoms.! <<;! us have lived near all our four per cent tax on retail
showed differences in price dents will be more whipping cream and egg Cut all kinds of firm fruits
survey lives and know sales" Dickinson said. "So
whites than a blender. A vegetables, and cooked meats yet may very
into chunks about one Inch In little about their habits. The feeding habits of animals this tax figure represents mil-
blender will chop raw veg-
are described as: (a) lions more in gross sales."
Cut cheese into
make crumbs size. even
etables ,
puree smaller pieces. Use rubber See how many of the following omnivorous (eats both animal Statewide almost $83.2 mil-
do other that
and jobs
foods
to push ingredientsdown questions you can answer and vegetable food); (b)carnl- lion In sales tax poured In
mixer would not do. There spatula
The Bradford County a are other jobs such as crush- from the sides of the con- correctly, and then the score borous (flesh-eating animals); during December--a 17 per
tainers. Change to the next yourself to find out how good (c) Herbivorous (vegetable- cent gain over the same monthof
Ice and meat
Ing grinding raw
TELEGRAPHEstablished you are (or aren't). Completethe eating animals.) 1971.
which neither a mixer nor higher speed If the motor appears following statements with

1879 / most blenders will perform. to be laboring the correct answer! Although the sales tax was

front Designate the feeding habit the leading dollar figure, the
r at BillIe There are other items to Wash the food container and 1. A true salamander Is: (a) that best describes the follow- highest percentage gain was
-, -4-rya, Since thou has been pre. check when you select a blender. blades after each use. Clean amphibian;; (b) rodent-; ing: (1) bear -; ((2) pocket In the gas and oil productiontax

FLOR I S SASS cious in my sight .I have Be off sure the finish won'twear the ino DAVJ.R or constantly need cloth, dry with a soft cloth.
(4) skunkS) deer the previous to
\ loved thee.-lsa.( 43:4)) ; year
Look for the Under-
polishing. Leave the jar uncovered until 2. A plpistrel: (a) fish--; total more than 1.8 million.r .
Q'6lATION? I The assurance of God's love writers Laboratory seal of approval thoroughly dry. Store the (b) bat-; (c) bird--. ANSWERS: I
-' for us harmonizes our minds, indicating the cord and blender In a convenient locat-

/ \i I hearts and bodies so that we appliance has been checked for ion for Instant use. 3. To Identify a coral snake
safety. Look for good war- Multiple choice: No. I (a)
at and happiness look for: (a) red nose (I))
are peace ;
No. 2 (b> No. 3 (I ) No. 4 (d)>
E.L. Matthew, Editor-Publlsh.r floods our soul. We know that ranty coverage plus local The Extension Office has black nose-! ) red and bj; ;
availability of replacement bulletins with information to No. 5 (d).
black bands )
Published each Thursday and entered as Second God loves us so we can be at together-;jd
parts and service. Be sure the aid you In selecting major and yellow nose -.
Class Matter ot the Post Offic. at Stark., Florida peace within ourselves, no mat- blender Is sturdy and well small kitchen appliances. If Matching :No.1(a>; No.2(c),

under .Act of' March 3rd, 1879. ter what hapens. We know that balanced. Controls should be we may assist you Inyour purchasing 4. An opossum Is closely No. 3 O I b); No. 4 (a> No. 5 (c).

Subscription In trade ar.a: 1 year $6.00; Outside God loves us, and because of it, conveniently located distinctly decisions, call us at related to: (a) raccoon ;;
trade area: 1 year, 700. we love God, His world and His marked, easy to read and 964-6554, or write to P.O. Box (I b) bear -; (c) skunk -; Score: 9IO; { excellent; 6-8
people. use. Select a blender that Is 267, Starke. (d) kangaroo-. good; 3-5 average; 0-2 poor.


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Blanding Personnel Cited ms Will Dorothy SteinerTo Petunias Perfect PerformersPetunias I

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Here
For Actions During-Fire ComputeTax Speak may well be the Except; For One Major Diseaseduring I
Friday NightNew perfect performers-- but In
Florida there Is one serious
problem homeowners must rains if planted In rot, damping-off. wilt blight
educational techniquesand watch out fori beds but do bounce back. As and crown rot. Usually close
government master plan- Compact, free-flowering pot plants, window box plantsor Inspection of a plant will show
[
[ ( r Many Floridians may again ning for local schools will be petunias are the number one in hanging baskets,they can a dark-brown girdled area on
have Internal Revenue Ser- the subject of a speech by professional annual flower. They have a be better displayed and pro- the stem right near the soil
J vice compute their Income tax educator Dorothy diversity of color form and tected from the weather. Remember line. Once you find the wilted
and retirement Income cre- Steiner on February 16 In the usefulness unmatched among that both types can plant It's too late. Control
A. O'Donnell IRS Dis- BHS also be obtained with double this disease must be on a preventive -
dit, J. auditorium, at 8 p. In. flowers. They are used in
trict Director for Florida Entitled, "The New Education small garden borders, as flowers. basis. Sterilization of
states. -- What It Is Doing to Your ground covers, mass bed Petunias can be started as the planting bed or the use of
lie said the IRS on request Children," Is sponsored by plantings for bold displays seed from August to January sterile soil In the pot Is the
will compute the tax for per- The Movement to Restore Decency in window boxes, planters but the tiny, fragile seed are place to begin.
sons with Incomes of $20,000 a project of The John hanging baskets and as pot hard for many home gardeners Two materials are com-
or less who take the stan- Birch Society; as a continuation plants. to grow. Seed germinatein monly used to sterilize the
dard deduction, and whose of Its program of focusing Just choosing a color and about a week, If the ants planting site. They are vapam
University St. Louis. Mo.. In don't get them first,and plants and vorlex. Both chemicals
Income is solely from salaries attention on matters of national education. type of petunia is a real pro-
wages, tips, dividends, concern. The public Is Mrs Steiner has blem. The types; available are reach blooming size In 2 1/2 should be applied several
interest, pension and annui- Invited to attend. pursued graduate work at Missouri .- multtfloraorgrandifloraln to 3 1/2 months It's probably weeks prior to planting.If .
ties. As a public school teacherfor and University, St.Louis U., singles or doubles. The sing- easier for most people to buy sterilization is impossible
If the taxpayer also wants more than 30 years, Mrs. Southwestern Baptist les are still the most popular, already started bedding plants then fungicide drench
Theological Seminary, Fort and place In the garden in late treatment should be applied
the IRS to compute his retirement Steiner has long been concerned Worth especially the multifloras
Col. Harry M. Hatcher,Jr., fight the fire. The crane rails' income credit, he with modern educational The Texas. which are small flowered but February to March. when plants are placed in the
is shown presenting the DIst- are located 18 feet above a cement should Include the basic Information trends. She charges that Committee Starke MOTOREDE bloom so profusely that they The major problem limitingthe bed. Drenches should be applied -
inguished Service Medal to floor. on Schedule R and "goverment master plannersare Steiner's sponsoring Mrs. are preferred for mass plant- use of petunias In Floridais once every month after
personnel employed at the SFC Wainwright organizedand attach it to his Form 1040, preparing and using radIcal appearance here, Is ings. The multifloras standup dlseasel! Without one ma- planting. Chemicals which can
Combined Support Main- directed fire fighting per O'Donnell says. He should also new techniques and curri- part Inltaited of a nationwide network very well to adverse con- jor disease, petunias would be used Include terrlzale,dex-
tenance Shop Camp Blanding sonal safety. enter "RIC" on line 19, cula In our schools. And our Part by the Birch Society. ditions. certainly be a perfect perfor- on or captan.
of Its
From left to right: Col. Hat- SSG Norman proceeded into Form 1040. Instructions on children are the guinea pigs tribute program Is to dlst- The grandlfloras (single) mer. All at once a seemingly
cher SSG James E. Dyal the smoke filled shop, climbed Schedule R explain which I- for material which subtly and a variety of patrioticand include the "fancy" types healthy petunia will wilt and ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
SFC Donald C. Wainwright, into a burning truck and directed tems need to be provided.For In some cases blatantly under- school moral texts. literature and having large flowers. Pet- die. The problem Is not dir- File Folders, complete line office -
SSG E. D. Norman SP5 Lar- other personnel mo- those persons who qua- 'nlnes' loyalty to family, als have varied forms from ectly a lack of water, but a supplies.The Telegraph
ry K. Goodall, and Hosley ving the truck from the burn- lify, the IRS will compute church, and country. The net Tickets'tor Mrs. Stelner's ruffled and fringed types to disease called by many dif- Phone 964-6305.
Hawkins. The awards were ing building, thus preventingthe the tax whether the returnIs effect of this radical programIs speech are $1 and can be pur- the ever increasingly pop- ferent names --root rot, stem

presented on behalf of Gov. truck's gasoline tanks a Short Form 1040A or to produce unprincipled,se- chased by contacting Sherrod ular cascade petunias. The ----_...... .- _. ,-,- -, ---
Reubln Askew and Maj. Gen. from exploding and spreadingthe the regular 1040. Tax Instructions mlllterates who are totally Ignorant Hamilton 436 N. Walnut St., grandlfloras take a beating ----- --
Henry W. McMillan, the Adjutant fire. explain what informa- of their country's great Paul Meng, Hampton, or at CENTERFrom
the DAYCARE
General for heroism SP5 Goodall climbed onto the tion sl'ould be entered on the history, form of goverment, door.
displayed while helping to burning roof and used a fire return, O'Donnell says. and economic system." AMERICA'SFAVORITE
extinguish a fire In the Com- axe to open areas of the roofso Afur this Information Is The outspoken teacher says, Loud voice on the bus: Arm Baby To School
bined Support Maintenance water could be applied to entered on the return,the tax- "It Is essential that parents "That bum? He couldn't be a
Shop on March 14, 1972. burning timbers. He directed payer should sign it and sendit who are concerned with grow hitter even if he was designated. NOW PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
Upon arriving for work that personnel manning the ho- to Internal Revenue Service ing teenage !drug abuse prom- ." PASTAs
morning, personnel found the ses, while placing himself in Canter, 4800 Buford iscuity, pregnancy, and venereal e ONSTANT CARE-2 BALANCED MEALS
main building of MaintenanceShop extreme danger on the burnIng Highway, Chamblee, Georgia disease, find out exactly The man at the next desk is
on fire. Shop personnel roof. 30001. what subjects are being taught opposed to simpler income tax: Greater Bethlehem Freewill
started to fight the fire priorto Mr. Hawkins one of the He says the IRS will then and what techniques are being forms. He says the only thing GeamefiesM Baptist Church
first to arrive, got fire hoses compute the tax and send the used In the schools."
the arrival of local fire departments -
that makes it bearable is that
from the and either refund or
storage area per- taxpayer a
which had been alerted A graduate of Washington he doesn't understand it. Cor. Ash & Chestnut Ph. 964.8866EveryDayLowPrice
sonally coupled and manned a bill for the tax due, which- -
SSG Dyal received the Distinguished hoses, during the initial stagesof ever Is the case.
Service Medal for thei fire. He received the
climbing stairs to the upper Florida Commendation Medal
level of the shop and walkingthe for his i conspicuous devotionto EmploymentSurvey
rails of the overhead crane duty. ryDayLowPrice FOOD
to open ventilator windows,allowing SetA
smoke toescape so The outstanding heroism
other personnel could see to displayed by these individuals CENTER CUT
helped save the shop from sample of households in DRIVE
Junior CollegesReceive complete loss, thereby saving this area will take part the FAIR
in
thousands of dollar.Double week of Feb. 19-23 a CHUCKROAST
Feb. nationwide survey on em- LAUNDRY
ployment and unemploymentto .SJ
MFP AllocationFlorida's Check be conducted by the Bureau SUPERMARKETS
of the Census, ThomasW. DETERGENT
Tax Returns
Mc Whlrter, director of STARKE'S
community col- the Bureau's Data Collection 320 S. WALNUT ST.VIMVDAV .
leges received a total of $8.7 Before Florida taxpayerssend Center in Atlanta has announced -
million in minimum founda- their 1973 Federal Income _. 84oz ( ".wu. .o.u LOW.01.u.["000.GOOD TH.U T OkVt
.
tion allocations for February tax returns, they should Interviewer In this area ..... 79 9 9 ."'OHTI" .n...01...1973.. QU..TlTT
Fred O.(Bud) check them to Norma
Comptroller over carefully will be Mrs. Foray. BOX we tit ftfeiiHf/ lo accept
Dickinson announced last see If anything has been left The survey is taken monthly La U.S.D.L FOOD STAMP
week. out, the IRS says. by the Bureau for the COUPONSBONUS
Santa Fe River Junior Col- U.S. Department of Labor.
lege in Gainesville receivedan Taxpayers who do this can Households interviewed, are I ,"
allocation of $361,699. St. often catch errors In arithmetic scientifically selected to represent BUYS [rDD1SWEET & MELLOW ', 'I
Johns River Junior Collegein or Information they have a cross section of CHUCK [lIlt/RICE! !
Palatka received an allocation omitted. all households. HARD RIPE I I Golden RipeBANANAS
of $86,859, and Lake Statistics on conditions in
City Community College & The pre addressed label the labor force from monthto LARGE SLICING I I
Forest Ranger School received month provide a continu- STEAK
should also be attached to
an allocation of $148- the return along with all W- ing measure of the economic TOMATOES28t i i
health of the Nation. In
406.Each 2 Forms, and all schedulesand
two-year institution slcn the return. Both husband December for example, tot- tiIl.1Iit I I
receives a proportionateshare al employment increased by C 'tiinin
and wife must sign a joint
of the allocation basedon return. 280,000 to 82.8 million (sea- 85 ; I in men! !I IEveryDayLowPrke IOc

enrollment figures. -- .-.. sonally strong adjusted upward), continuingthe trend in tmD Ib. ; I.S. LB ;

---- evidence since mid-1971. _

JULIA'SFLORIST The for revised December employmentrate was 5.1 EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeAGARS

.. percent, down from 5.1 per- BONELESS QUICK FNOZIN GMADI A CORNED
cent, down from 5.2 percentIn SHOULDER SLICED TURKEYDRUMSTICKS CannedHAMS
J4 November and from 6.0
t percept a year ago. STEAKS BOLOGNA BRISKETS
CX4ILI1S All M T.MO WA Tt
Information supplied by individuals -
_3 LI C M _>II CAM
V participating In the
$i49
17
Located In Th. Winkl.r Bldg. survey Is held confidentialby Isla W1 ___
Hours: law and Is used only to _
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224 ..mp.I Av. |1 pH. 964-7711 | 8 A.M. To !5( P.M. compile statistical totals.

Stark., Fla. .... .J Mon. -S>at. DELMONTE ; Mott's ; STOKELY I =j

Caucas Set -

FOR DESIGNED A PROFESSIONAL FLORAL By JayceesFrom TOMATO ; APPLESAUCE inireirUK men! ,I ; CORK


ARRANGEMENT AT PRICES SO-7S'"Jayceesfrom 10 JUICE ,mnunin ma,11 ; / WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE
area counties will attend a
YOU CAN AFFORD-SEE US District 3 caucas Starke this

w TODAY I Saturday Foster of, according the Starke to Jaycees.A Robert. / 44oz / 17oz 6./1$1
special orientation pro- 46oz 3/l / JAR 49+ / '

Flowers Are Our team gram will from be the presented Winter by Park a CANS ; ; CANS

Butinest Not A Sideline] Jaycee organization beginningat I
4 p.m. at the Starke Golf and
EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
L.t Us Do Your W.ddinq And Country Club.
I
Get A Fr. Gift For Th. Brld. The district Jaycee Auxil- FRESH 1WIIT JUICY r ISH VAN CAMP SOUTHERN SIA1
I iary will al so meet here Saturday !IL GRATEDTUNA
Barbara Hellingsworth, FLORIDAORANGES
Free Ettlmatf FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT
I at the Holiday Inn, then k CHILI
Designer the wives will Join their hus-
bands at the country club fora .251 CANS
"When you Say It With Flower: dinner and dance Saturday LILOOSE 3/l
following the business meet- 389fimrurl

'It's' Beautifully Said"JULIA Ings.District 3 extends from

Starke to Perry, east and CHUN KING Mighty HighPIES
UNDERHILL. OWNER | Ph. 964-71111| west, and from Macclenny to ;VIVA I in men!I

Gainesville, north and south. DIVIDERPAK


iFlAllll / I TOWELS

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I BROOKER IN BRIEFBy [ HAMPTON -AREA NEWSBy Community NewsBy



LINDA G. COX Josephine Fontaine Elizabeth Given Walker

HKOOKEn ELEMENTARY Prayer List for the Sick: ,
SCHOOL Congratulations are in order.-: much could be accompllshethat ., DELL CHAPTER DCS Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
Russell Wil- could not otherwise be The regular! Dell Chapter; Williams pastor.
Mrs.
Mrs. Sherwood's Wilbur Barry, N. G. Hayes, for Mr. and
class
along Sr.. Emmitt Raulerson, Son- liams, who were united in done. He pointed out that many 163 OES will be held Feb- Weekly services began with I'I
with Miss Hill's class enjoyeda
ny Dukes Morris I>yal, Jim marriage in Starke on Feb. 8. of the organizations that were ruary 22. All members are Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board
field trip to Stephen Foster
Memorial at White Keen ""Myrtle Fletcher,Emma Both were residents of Hampton formed to represent the Sen- asked fr> please! :'JJ )r, ;'n'., No. 2 meeting. Tuesday night t ; ; .
Friday Feb. 9. Springs Lou Tomllnson! Charles Per- and Mrs. Williams is the ior Citizens, had people workIng 9usinD: of vital Importance. the Senior Choir rehearsed 1
,
Tho group rode a bus driven ry, Zulene Ilarrell, Mrs. Mal- former Eva I. Thomas They in them who were college Wednesday night Prayer
by Mrs. Leaton Matthews. U- low, Fred McDavid, Roy Gre- will make their home here in graduates and people with CHURCH NEWS Meeting. Thursday night me
pon arriving at Stephen Foster en, Michael and Krlstt Edwards Hampton. They were marriedby degrees but that they were so Greater Align: Chapel AMR Ladies Circle will meet at
the group enjoyed guided and Mammle Stal- Judge Sanders, and Susie far removed from the Senior Church' Rev. B.C. Williams Mrs. Allen's home Friday
tour through the museum. There naker. Lott and Sharon L. Coston Citizen and the needs of them Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. night the Prayer Band will sell : :;\:: :
each picture on the wall were their witnesses. We that they had no real idea of Morning service at 11, Choir pies. Saturday: the Senior Ush- '"' "
would represent theme fora Old English Sheepdog: 25th wish to extend Best wishes fora what the real needs are, therefore Union, 3 p.m. at Allen Cha- ers will sell dinners. Sunday
Stephen Foster song. Exam- In AKC Registrations very happy marriage. they could not properly do pel Church in Macclenny. EvenIng the Junior Ushers will sell
ple: "I Dream Of Jeannie," The Neighborhood Bible the service that was Intendedfor service, 5:30. dinners. A NEW AMBULANCE has been put into
portrays him composing this rrae ]Hour, taught by Mrs, Florence them. Mr. Friedson said Plans are being made for us* her by Dr. Dopson for use of ambulatory
song at the piano. At the same' Jones, meets every Wednes- there should be more Senior the termination of the finan- KIDDY KOLLEGEDAY patients who cannot be transported to hospitals -
time the picture shows a visIon day afternoon at 3 at the Ham Citizens with a voice in these' cial drive which will be the CAKE CENTER
conventional The ambu-
of his wife whom he Is com- pton City Hall. All childrenare organizations, as they cotiA activity on the second Sundayin Kiddy Kollege Day Care by mean*
posing his song. All pictures welcome to attend. more Intelligently present the March. All members are Center Is open to serve you lance I Is owned by a group of five chiropractors -

were realisticlooking.. 8 t t Birthday greetings to Marian needs of the Senior Citizens. asked to please cooperate with from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. In Jacksonville, Starke, and St. Augustine
Then the group went to the Tresler, who was 10 years The present trend seems to be all activities of the church. For information call 964- connected with the Intensive Chiro-
Bell Tower. There they saw old on Feb. 8. The family to push the Senior Citizen a- New: Bethel Baptist Church, 8866. Care Center Jacksonville.
such items as the piano that helped to make it a very hap side and forget that they exist, Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Ser- practor In
Foster played. py birthday.We this should not be as itis manyof vices will begin with Sunday who rarely
The then went to the the Senior Citizens that built School at to a.m. Prayer MeetIng "There are few people who "The same men
dock where group they boarded the extend sympathy to the this Country and made it each Tuesday night. Bible The United States is push- are fast enough to keep up hear the shrill voice of conscience -
"Glendy Burke" and enjoyeda family of Mrs. Bessie Woods, strong and rich and have paid class each Thursday night at Ing the development of the with their good intentions." never miss the faint
ride along the Suwannee Hlv- who died last week She was the taxes all their lives to supportthis 7 p.m. Choir No 2 will ro- laser bomb which Is cleaner Clarin I). Ashby Uintuh whisper of temptation.
ere And Did You Know mother of Jeff BaRer.! Nation and make It whatit herse Thursday night, 7p.m. than the H-bomb. Perhaps it's Basin (Utah) Standard.Mrs.. Gary Hiott The Pick-
Next the group ate their delicious Many of us are familiar with is today. Therefore, they BTU will be held this Sundayat progress if, in warfare neat- ens (S.C.) Sentinel

packed for lunch them that by had Brooker been famous terday like dogs Lyndon of today Johnson's and yes HAMPTON Maxwell SENIOR and CITIZENSBill Ralph deserve than a to much be shoved higher back position In- nate 5 p.m.services which for will the termi-day. ness now counls.THEY ;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,::;:;::::::.:.:W:::.:.;*::.;.:K:<:.:::.:::<:4:::.:;WKW:::;:::;::::;:X'M':::::>::::'M8t: :::;!>!:*!*::;iK'i ::::;:::

Elementary Cafeteria work- beagles. President the Welsh Nixon'sIrish Vaughan attended the Senior the corner or placed In some Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1 11 Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment ::111
Setter Corgisof
Citizens Conference held in (Mr Friedson Cal- Davis Ser-
Mrs. Henry and Mrs. rest home Rev. Leroy pastor.
ers, .
Howard. Parents aiding the Britain's did you Royal know Family.But that Mi Starke at the recreation cen- led them snake-pits) for the vices will begin with Church NEVER :I;! 321 N. Temple Ave. 964.8346 Stark, Fla. ::

teachers with the group were: chelangelo's Pomeranian accompanied ter Several Clubs were represented rest of their lives. Several School! at 9:45. Morning ser- | COMPLETE' LINE OF f i 1
Mrs. Hodge, Mrs. Cox, and his master to workin from surroundingareas. examples were given of how vice at II. The weekly ser- STICK I
Mrs. Wesley Raulerson. Also the Sistine Chapel; that The* speaker was MaxFriedson' the Senior Citizens had been vices are as follows: Tues- :| C.B. Radios Johnson C.B.RadiosJ 111
Mr. Fllipkowski, who is astu- Wagner's Poodle sat in the orchestra : president of the legally swindled out of their day night Bible Class. Thurs- TOGETHER Robyn .
dent-teacher from the Univer- pit pricking his ears Congress of Senior Citizens of fortune and how In due process day night Prayer Meeting Duel I Pierce-Simpson Radios 1I 11
sity of Fla. went on the trip. to the sound of the Valkyrles: Florida. lie spoke on the need law a small number of the for Day will be observed Sun- 1 1
He is teaching in Miss Hill's that Chopin's Minute Waltz for more unity and better tunes have been recovered. In day with the Senior Choir in I ALL WAY BELOW RETAIL PRICE '
class. was written for a Poodle? And organization of the Senior CItIzens summing up his talk he again charge of music. Every mem-
that Laurel a followed Fox Terrier Napoleon I named into and emphasized the fact stressed the need for Unity anda ber is asked to cooperate with :I::: "See To Believe" :I:::

NO; PTA MEETING; exile? that through a united effort greater voice In what con- the activities. Of The Signs" :%:
Home Magnetic
cerns all Senior Citizens. Greater Bethlehem Freewill 1: ..
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There will be no PTA me-
eting this month. The next me- 1
eting will be Tues. March 20,
at 7:30: p.m. at the School.
Before invest
FIRE DEPARTMENT you


Brooker Fire Chief, George
O. Pierce announces a meet-
Ing of the Fire Dept. at the hundreds of dollarsin

Hrehouse on Mon. Feb. 19 at
7 p.m. At this meeting a film
will be shown on "Fire Fight-

Ing"Mrs. Pearl Markey spenta encyclopedia

week with her sister, Mrs. any ,
H. K. Dukes, recently.
Mrs. Christine Vollenweld-

pr Mrs.of Wavcross.Pearl Markey Ga. Thurs.visited, invest 49: in a

Feb. 8.
Mr and Mrs. Ron Bristoland Head Of Florida Congress
children spent the week-
end with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Heard By Senior CitizensMax
Castlen inTampa. While there New Funk Wagnalls."
they all enjoyed attending a
service at the First Baptist Friedson (center), pre- a higher percentage of sen-
Church in Tampa where Bob sident of the Congress ofSen- ior citizens than any other
!Harrington, chaplain of Bour- ior Citizens of Florida, Is state in the Nation. "Brad- Before you buy anything as important us an encyclopedia you should take it home and live

bon Street, was guest speaker.On greeted by Joe Kerrigan, pre- ford County has 1,928 citizensin with it for a vvhilc.
sident of the Bradford County the senior age group,
drove to St.
Sunday they
e Petersburg to the Bay front Senior Citizens Club at a special he said, "which is 13.2 per cent Hut the only way you can do that with most encyclopedias is by buying the entire set.

\rena to hear Rev. Rex Hum- meeting held last Thurs- of the county population." Not with the Funk &: Wagnalls New Knc>clopcdia.

bard from Akron, Ohio preach. day morning in the Pratt Street In stressing the Importanceof Conic in and buy the first volume for only 49?. If you like it. } ou can buy the remaining 26
At Is the senior citizens' vote
Recreation Center.
Morris Epstein, Congress right to state and national politi- volumes ( including index and bibliography)), volume t two a week. For only $1.99 each.

Sympathy Is extended to the treasurer. cians, Friedson said, "We Naturally.; this makes buying an encyclopedia easier. It also makes not hu) ing it easier. When

bereaved families: Miss Lillie Mr. Friedman met with 15 votetlte younger people you sell an encyclopedia this way, it has to be good enough to keep people coming hack for more.
Love Newberry.: Miss leaders of Seniors Citizen don't" I It is.
Clubs from Bradford and Clay lIe also advised senior citi-
Love sister to Mrs.
was a
Rube Rogers. Mr. Russell Counties, and presented a zens to be extremely care- The Funk Wagnalls New Encyclopedia is the work of over 500 scholars including many

Parrish, who passed away on proposal to develop an area ful In signing any legal docu- Pulitzer and Nobel Irize winners.It .

Sun., I'eb. 11; also Mr. Lex Council of Senior Citizens in ments and cited several Instances has over 7,000()( () illustrations-including a full-color World Atlas
Green Sr. of Starke. order to have a more effec- where lifelong savingshad
It's bound in resist the of time and children.
sturdy elegant to
tive voice in the State Legis- been dissipated by sign- covers ravages
lature and the halls of Con- ing papers prepared by designing It's not only thoroughly up-to-date, hut pros isions h\\ e been made for you to

gress. relatives and some v keep that wa)'. Funk.V:1gnalls I : publishes annual \earbooks which you can buy
The speaker urged Senior unscrupulous lawyers. "Whatnot i 4
it is
SweetheartSpecial to keep your set as new as now.
Citizens to stand up for their to do is more Importantthan /
rights and Insist that the dig- what you do," Friedson J It's written in clear, simple En li..h. (The Funk Wagnalls is a family

nity of older persons be pre- said. enc> clopedia. It's designed to help children keep up with schoolwork. and

served. "We should have The proposal to develop an parents keep up with children. )
something to say about our Area Council was enthusias- 4 :
And it contains as indexed entries as encyclopedias costing
many
own future," he declared. tically received, and a com- 1A
"Da? Stressing the point that "in mittee will be named to explore hundreds of dollars more.

numbers there is strength," the possibilities. Ker- In fact the only thing >ou don't get with the Funk\; Wagnalls v

SUNDAE Friedson said thatHoridahas rigan said. is a salesman. It's sold direct to > on through us.do .

come in and try a little low-pressure salesmanship on

only s& More People Now Exempt T N )ourself.

I If the salesman in you wins, the consumer in you

From Filing Tax' Returnunless "d! 1f' will be richer for it.

,.s .... :1,,,,..
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combined
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their gross
F ew e r Florida taxpayers :-
s. .. 1",. VOLUME 1 VOLUMES
will have to file a tax return Income Is $2,800 or more, s-'S'. : '" ........ >S 2-25

this year, A. J. O'Donnell. or $3,550 If one Is 65 or ;3.,..;;... "":..........;.;........ ;... ONLY plus Index and Bibliography
Internal older or $4,300 If both are .'. .., .. ...
Jr., district director of : .. :;;;:: .. ;.:,.
''' ." ....... .
;; Revenue for Florida 65 or older.However ":--' ;. ;:. $499
even when the income $-i; +,? i 49C
said ry .
"' today. .., .. ....... ... .,
Mr. O'Donnell pointed out is under these limits, <" ;: .,.:: ::: :,. ,' .: ;o, EACH

that recent tax law changes taxpayers should file a return : ':: '%. '::. }t{ ..
-J the Income to get a refund of any s...:.. ;... :::.;- .... ..:...,;...,::.. '.';-'''';'' \
have increased .._:...... ..........:::.. .,;... ... .::-;.". .' ,..:,..,'. '\
It:\.. levels required for filing a Income tax withheld from sal- ': :: : : ;, '
return. aries or wages, Mr. O'Don- .. '

Now: a single person under nell said. and "::11"' '' ". ...." ',';.::.....4..ti. ..$....:.'}S'x.'t:;; : ? ': I
65 years of age with a gross Businessmen farmers, :
Income of less than $2,050for other self-employed persons 1,. !i t i} ;:.W I''
when you buy the year does not haveto must file a return if their net .. ";,:: ....... '.' ". ."" ';o," '
from selfemployment if.: I
file a return. This appliesto earnings
another one at :..:....':' '':':';'":: ':':'':'.'' \.''''
: .
were $400 or more. :. \
minors and students, Mr. ... '. I
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the 528 "In : .. .. .' .. =-):-;: \\'\
regular Publication
priceAny O'Donnell noted. IRS -;:.:. ::;Ms
No return is required from formation on Filing Your Tax y
icrumpdillyUhui flavor! :: \ !
/ :; : .
Chocolate butterscotch pineapple anyone 65 or older unless the Return," furnishes more detailed .. ... .. .
'
Information. It's avail- ; ;::: ro.r' ;,:. \
cherry you name It. gross Income was $2,800 or : ;''''' \;., t
: .
But come: In now. And bring more. Married couples living able free at your IRS district z.\1 q ,1 :: ': t:
;
a friend!
together and filing a Joint office.
;- "' } 'I's
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun. return do not have to file ;..' ..,,,. ::'..-": ". \'
. .
February 15, 16 17, 18 ..............", ',"......,",,. x.'
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Goes Economical .. .
Teinpura ;. ,. .... :'.: '- .

...".'...:.'o".....'......-'';\:',\\\ -.....:.:-:t.--_:: ::....::.,:::.'-.......,...;:'.....
Dairti CHICKEN TEMPURA WITH SHRIMP BATTER ....::-..- '\' ;:::::::;:.;":.:::. ::;: ...-:":"..::.;.:-- .."'.:.::.;:.....; ....... .. ..

Queen 1 can (lO-H' ounces) Condensed 3 chicken breast, split, s1v.r1vt. :'Mew,: ::....<:::".MJ:.::::: :---....... :;-:;:*:.-...._._.... .:-:'".'4
Cream of Shrimp Soup skinned and boned ((11:, S AV E w7'- ,\,1tit ;::;::::"rw:::::: .-": ::::-':'.:,::-::.:...::.":;::: .f.4iy.---.M;:". : ':;" -.... ..'-
I cup flour pounds boneless! ) \ ::: =::: ": '.:::. ..:. -:..::: ;:-::: :,:, :-:::::: ..;:;:; :;-:..:':.;:::::::.?:::;;:..
1 beaten 1 ." ... .... . .'' ....... .. ,,'.
egg slightly medium Heimuda onion, \ -:::': :: ::;: ;: "-' :., ::; ..::::;. .--
t3 teaspoon salt sliced!( ;?::::.::-= ::,::::'; ::.. ::::;;;:: ::.:../::.::.:... '''::: Z:2:
: ..
"LET'S ALL GO TO .. .: 1 small eggplant (about 34 1 medium green pepper cut in -...::--.........,4._. .-.......;::"--........:."": .......-.. :.;,........-...-....
DAIRVQUEENJ, pound), peeled and cubed 1-inch piecesVegetable .. .:: :.-, :: : ...:;:2 :
:
t::),. oil A'L1tiA $-: .....: -: ::-::

In bowl, combine soup flour, egg, and Rait. Chill 30 minutes or
DAIRY QUEEN/ until ready to use. Salt eggplant; let stand 30 minutes; pat dry.
Cut chicken into bite-size pieces. Dip chicken and vegetables into
BRAZIER soup batter to coat lightly Half-fill large saucepan or wok with
with oil ; heat until chicken cooks quickly. Cook chicken (about
1401 H. Temple Av*. 5 minutes) and vegetables (about 3 minutes) until lightly
browned. Serve with dipping sauces. Makes! 6 servings.
Ph. 964-8911 Lemon Soy Sauce: In saucepan heat !'j cup lemon juice '4 cup
Stork, Fla. soy sauce 4 teaspoons sugar and ':2 teaspoon ground ginger. tti
:Makes about F
3 cup.Muftanl
'".. U S. Pit Off Am O Q CorpC Rf E
1971 Am. DT Q Corp Sauce: Blend together '.. cup dry mustard and !i cup fF NEOP 1 1I
water. :Makes about 'a cup.

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sA wiry

Four Starke S&H Green Stamps


Students Rate ,, s. P Everyday Low Prices!

High At SJRJC

Lt\ Weekly Specials!

Four students from Starke \
made the President's List at
St.Johns River Junior College ,

while an's The List.another four are ten Terry made Brown the De-, A \' ii # --i v': \ v m)( y

Kelly' Richards, Joe Scanlan, .A
and Wendy Teske. \
The 10 on the deans list are t
Lynda Bloodworth, Deborah
Dukes, Jacqueline Gasklns, i h Sd
sry'd '1:{ 'y dp
Dorothy Gay,Fredrick Graudon s''O y { gt j
Mark Graudons,Lynn Gre- (/ _. < Q k 4 1I
.G\ .. .
b- r 't ,
ene Michael King,Mary Wager :}' ; i! ') n{ 0 A g aPi f iN'. '
and Patricia Teske. -- i"'; --f"il'\: : :11,7'!" --- -
Students earning recognitionon 430 W. MADISON STREET STARKE, FLA. -
the President's List must USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN W.D BRAND, 10 IBS. & UP PRICES GOOD THURS.
have received a grade point SAVE 20e W D BRAND USDA- CHOICE BEEF BONELESS FEB. 15 THRU WED. FEB. 2

average of 3.5 or better for Turkey 49C Roast ALL
FLAVORS
IB.RediBasted Rump T"
the term, while those appear- LS.
Dean's List must W D BRAND SMOKED PORK .
ing on the SLICED 'Ib. 69s ,
SAVE 20c' W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
NAND''-PAK
have earned between 3.0 and Chek DrinksA"

based 3.49. on Grade the point following average scaleof Is Shoulder Picnics WHOLE LB. 59c Ground Round LB. $] 269e

letter grades:A-4.0,B-3.0, SLICED HICKORY SAVE lOc SUNNYLAND SAVI
C-2.0, ect. Smoked Ham 1 12 / 13 ,. $ 1 00
of The 87 ones students from on Starke the Presid-are out . LB.88c Thin Sliced Bacon PKG.AVG.'01.: ?CANS | 3Oef

ents List and 147 on the Deans GRADE 'A'W BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP STEAKS

List.Precautions. Turkey Wings 3 181,900) Delmonicos 10) $)(098 f

SWIFT PREMIUM HOSTESS ROUND ALL VEGETABLE
SAVE lOc PLUMROSE COOKED

Canned Ham 4 :AN $599 Sliced Ham SHORTENING
Urged In New L . PKG. 59 c.'M.

Fire SeasonNow
W-D BRAND PURE CRISCO

W-D BRAND USDA
that the fire season Is CHOICE
.
here the Division of ForestryIn
Bradford County cautions BOTTOM ROUNDROAST GROUNDBEEF
everyone to be extremely careful SAVE 21c
with outside burning.
Before starting any fires
there are a few precautions
everyone should follow, the

Forestry 1) It is Division unlawful notes to start: a
3
fire without first obtaining a 6 4.ya 4.
burning permit from the Division -
of Forestry. The Division SAVE
of Forestry should be S"CHOICE 99 LB.
notified. 41c
#
2) Proper tools should be 30c $ CAN
secured to combat a fire which PER LB
has escaped. Rakes, shovels, $ 3
and water hoses should be nearby -
Limit 1 of choice
at all times. with $7.50 or more! purchase excl.cigi.

3) Neighbors should be notified W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE 128 LB. SAVE 21c. ASTOR ALL PURPOSE
to prevent unnecessary BONELESS
reports of fires. A useless N'D'OM PKG.
telephone call by a well mean "JP Shortening 3 CAN 48C
ing neighbor may tie up fire STEAK "
fighting equipment that is badly -
needed in another sectionof LB Quantity Rights .
the county. WINN DIXIE' STORES, INC.
$138 Reserved
LB. ] COPYRIGHT
1973
4) Finally, after every pre- STAR-KIST
cautionary measure has been
taken, stop and think. Do you LIGHT CHUNKTUNA
really need to burn a pile of SAVE I7eFolger's I. .- StarKist S"VE'12. VAN CAMP
trash, brush pile, or fence '
row the Forest Service asks. Coffee 1- Chili & Beans 3 CANS, 88C
Brush piles make excellent . A78c,
hideouts for small game an- Limit 1 Folger's or Astor coffee with $7,50 or more purchase SAVE I6e CRACKIN' GOODSaltines
imals. Fence rows offer food SAVE 21c excluding cigarettes . 3 PI.LGSS'. 88C
and protect on for quail and a Astor Coffee 1 I.LB.
variety of song birds. CAN 68C DEL MONTE EARLYGarden f
By not burning a resident 20c OFF DETERGENT
may not only help the dimin- Peas 4 itt.s $1,,00
ishing wildlife but also help the Liquid Joy ss. SBC SAVE
Division of Forestry through . FEMININE
the fire season. SAVE 20e THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes $ Kotex Napkins '-' : 39C
"Remember, fire protection 35C

is not everyone's just the Division responsibility of For-, . . 6 CANS 16'0.. $1))00 ASTOR 1 -
estry's," the Division notes. SAVE lie MUELLERS p11 Instant Coffee JAR $129

Elbow Macaroni 612OZ.CANS. SAVE lie. DEEP SOUTH
. 6v;; sl)
ARROW Apple Jelly . 338C: :


the macaroniin golden SAVE Bath 17c SOFTWEVEBath Tissue .SA.VVV. 5 2.ROLL- X100 1 FRISKIES Dog Food . 25 PKG.LB $299

2.ROLL limlt3o4choicewith7.30 I or more purchase exc I.c I gl. ARROW
the little Tissue 4 $10o T DAM4| L GALLON
. . PKGS. SAVE 29c.BLUE BAY Dieacn . . BOTTLE 39c
box PINEBREEZE USDA INSPECTED GRADE 'A' MEDIUM FLORIDA ALL WHITE

green Fresh Eggs . . 2 DOZEN $1) TUNA 3 CANS
1 / DIXIE DARLING

I 1I _l 111 SAVE DEL MONTE 17c MORTON ASSORTED Family, Bread 4 LOAVES 20 ox. $1)00




,I FRUITCOCKTAIL POT PIES FRESH Western Apples 8 FOR88c


Florida Oranges 8 :BAG79c


3 CANS'7.o; :. Ilc SAVE Temple DELICIOUS Oranges 10 FOR69c


58C $ {' "'?' Green

AskCharley SAVE 28c 6 RUSSET Cabbage 2 HEADS 39c

ASTOR

E. 1 FRUIT 8-02.: Baking. Potatoes 1OSAVE LAG 99c

PIES Sac MRS SMITHS Dutch AppU. Peach, Lemon M.r.. Appl, Cherry or CoeFruit "
Johns Pies 26-01.
COCKTAIL . . 2 PIES' 1
VINE RIPE DELICIOUS
SAVE SOc TASTE O' SEA PERCH DINNER. SEAFOOD OR CLAM PLATTER OR

About This Question Shrimp Dinner 2'|KGS. $1
16 os, TOMATOES LB' 29 c .
"Th.ft of mon.y and i.eurl- 4 CANS 88 FOX DE LUXE CHEESE ORSausage
-
'. ...
ties trusted
by employees Pizza a 'PK 69

property safe burglary within or the robb.ry premises of .r..--.--...------.-------- .---- .... .._.---.-_-..------.--------_..._.._-- --._-----------. ._--- ._.-._--_._-_.._ .-_.-_...__.__..'r------------_.._-_._.__.__.._ -

or from a messenger EXTRA. EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA ;
Frilly ,

loss from forgeries and counterfeit ,.J.l..,...GREEN n.n. ,/YMM STAMPS... ....,....W liii''] dhi wu...-GREEN...... LW0,STAMPS.,0......... 1 ITifli _d'?(...GREEN......,WqN STAMPS..0......... N IflTLT .J"l.....i.GREEN t..... ,0u.0f*STAMPS*<*e h..,.... o. I ( wtfM iW!Mtw\r GREEN..t...._STAMPS tMA n./....o. .
or. all such 1 ONE 200-FOOT BOX 1 .
money ONE 14'0.CAN / TWO 8'0. PACKAGES I ONE 40-01. JAR 1 ONE 4-LB. DARK MEATSHENANDOAH '
losses I 4Jj REYNOLDS : BETTY CROCKER DEEP SOUTH '
covered by Comprehensive Aluminum DISINFECTANTLytol 4 I j 4 :
Foil Spray Tuna Helpers Peanut Butter Turkey Roast ;
Crlm. Coverage in "
L GOOD THRU FEB 21 / "" GOOD THRU FEB. 21 1 GOOD THRU FEB. 21 '"' GOOD THRU FEB. 21 1 GOOD THRU FEB. 21
the new MYhl-P.rll package :: No No 7 .. ,.,. No. 3 ., ....,....., ......... IL No.4.. ..,. ... NO. 3 .
.o .1 L w MM Oi*.r 1 insurance available to most ........ ..... .......... ...... .. .. ... .--. ...--..-.. -- "!.----..-.--.--..-..--
-r.i:


, firm commercial'" and financial ,, EXTRA.d7 lf>4..w.GREEN..*t. ,..**>**STAMPS......"....O* ,' I EXTR/-1 d7(NLN..11 GREEN"YMN STAMPS..,h. Charley E. ONE 2-LB. PKG. / TWO 1-LB. CUPS ONE 2-lB SIZE ONE 2LB. PACKAGE 1 ONE 2LB. PACKAGE '.
I JOHNS AGENCY WD BRAND CUBED BEEF PALMETTO FARM 4 SALUTOParty 4 SEA PAK : 4 JIFFY :
Steakettes Pimento Cheese Pizza Onion Rings I Meat Entrees
/ GOOD THRU FEB 21 1.- GOOD THRU FEB, 21 "' GOOD THRU FEB. 21 1 0000 THRU fEB. 21 1 GOOD THRU FEB 21
HI S. Walnut St. NO O r ntntnt w MM* I : / 4**Out t<*C l w MM nivif No. 8 ., ,0>. 10..VO., ., 1
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091

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Needed Volunteers To Help] BUY-SEll- lISEICTRJN..pllCKE '7J 'I ;




With Food REflf-HIRE...


Stamp ProgramBy 'LITTLE ADS\ THAT\ GET BIG RESULTS' "I PUMPS E G LONG CHAMP

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Home and Building
NEW AND USED .
"ROOFING" Specializing In HELP WANTED- caged MACHINESales

Betty Bennett CLASSIFIED AD RATES repairs and rerooftng: All repairs chicken farm. Gathering eggs.Full SALES Materials!

Food Stamp Supervisor Deadline. for insertion Monday; guaranteed 1 year. or part time. Rainbow PARTS and Service WE BUILD-
5 p.m. preceding Thursday MISCELLANEOUS Aluminum Carports Patio Egg Farm, Griffis Loop. 964- PFAFF ELNA
During the month of Decem- before publication. Awnings, Door Hoods and Gut- 6263. lip 2/8 SERVICE "Your Plan Or Ours
New Horn
ber, 1972 the Bradford County ters. Roger's Upholstery 3/4 Deep and Shallow Well Your Lot Or Ours."
Food Stamp office Issued - mile North 301. 964-8350. WHITE

$50,407 worth of food cou- WE NOW HAVE diamond nee-, 4tp 2/l -.)n HELP WANTEDWoman on FREE ESTIMATES
families In this Minimum Charge $1.75 caged chicken farm. Gathering $49.50
to needy up
pons dIes for Remodeling -
any make or model Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT RepairsAdditions
county. This amount of stamps (Covers 15 words) eggs. Full or part time.

was Issued to 1,937 people. Each word over 15, 8
Out of this number only 31 All Classified Ads must be good shaoe. 4000 miles sine Loop. 964-6263. Itp ON ALL MAKES all other make machinesNATIONAL: Homes Bought Sold
bought their helmet, $600. Larry Oglesb. Traded
households ;
paid for In advance unlessyou SEWING MACHINES cleaned, PHONE 9647061DURRANCE
stamps at the minimum pur- have established account oiled and adjusted in your 964-5240. tfchg WANTED ACREAGE FOR SALE964U53
-- Waitress for
chase level which means they; with The Telegraph in that home, $5.Vacuum Cleaner repairs -
evening shift. Desert Isle
did not have to pay for their event 500 extra charge for
stamps due to the fact that billing !Not responsible for also. All work guaran- WANTED -- Lake property, Motel Lawtey, Fl. Phone PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Hwy. 301 S. Stork. TF
their adjusted net Income was errors wnen given over the teed.431-1428.] --Dennis tfchg E. Coggins, Ph. Call 964-8483. Itp 782-3332. 2tp 2/22 611 W. Univ. Ave.

lower than their expenses or phone or when copy is not typed Moved 5 Black North rssaausrA
Gainesville Fla.
and brought to the office ,
they reported no Income. Reduce safe & fast with Go- AVON CALLINGTo 864 N. Temple Av. sOn's
We have a work registration WANTEDUsed furniture refrigerators -
Bese Tablets & E-Vap"wat.er sell Avon Products 378.1355oQQQGOOOOOOOoOOOOOi
- buy or -
washers.Dah-
rule stating that anyone Andrews Pharmacy.5tp Mobil.
pills" call 372-0421 or write Horn*
18 through mer's Discount House tfchg
of
between the ages for work CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 3/15 Mildred Henkle.! P. O. Drawer 'High and dry in City. Nice SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
must register
65 BLake Geneva 32660. neighbors, three br., 1 bath,

of unless the following they fall exceptions under one:: 2 Inch SI.75 minimum per Inch-- $3.50 WE GIVE..SERVICE- get TYPEWRITERS, Adding Ma- 8tchg 3/1 dining room, living room, and< CARL BEGGS j On Expando Room Room & Add

these are mothers results! List your propertyfor chines & Cash Registers utility; room, large lot.
Caretaker,
Gulf Service Free and Set
Delivery Up
other members of - sale with USa Call today. cleaned repaired. STARKE WANTED
or HELP Experienced
: BROKER: TYPEWRITER SERVICE 782- Horn and 31-1/2 Acres located 100 MILE RADIUS
the household who have responsibility BILL FOWtLL Sewing Machine operators.
Memorials Resolutions Pro- 964-6810 tfchg 3020. 5t 3/1 on SRD. 100 South. Home BANK
for the care of 964-6464 or Permanent position for people FINANCINGHWY
clamations. Card of Thanks: 3 bedroom CB construction.Land .
18
under
dependent children seeking permanent employ- USEDPARTS 17 NORTH-
SM.UU Minimum up to 50 bordered by two paved
years of age or of incapa- words. Each word over 5U- HOME REMODELLING jobs' Sleeping Problems?Restless? ment. Apply Cadillac Uni- road and one graded road. GREEN COVE 5/73
citated adults; Students who Get Snoozer Tablets for form 441 E. Brownlee St.
8C. : done also plumbing, house a T.I. 234-5001 264-7311
are enrolled at least half- ; safe night's sleep. Only 981 Starke Fla. tfchg.
and appliance
some
wiring BILL
POWELL
the Institution BROKER
time (as defined by work. Prompt service. Call Andrews Pharmacy. 2tp 2/22
or program In which 964-6469 0. C. Cimts Nursery
they are enrolled) In any Pay Far Chissi/ied 964-8087 5tp 2/28 Thousand of Plant
For Most Pf Cars
Makes (
school or training program Ads In Advance INSURANCEAT t FOR RENT J OR Fruit Trees, Shod Tree*.
which Is recognized by any FOR SALE: 7" Circular REDUCED RATES WAYNE DOUGLAS 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Evergreen, Camellia,
Federal. State or Local Government Increased costs have madeit Saw 2 H.P. 6000 RPM
AUTO FIRE BOAT Azaleas Rosa
Employed,, necessary for this newspaper ASSOCIATE
Agency used hour Waldo
; Commercial one Hwy. 301 N. Most in Cons Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
persons who are working on to clarify its present cost 52.00 for 25.00 DOYLE E. CONNER
jobs for at least 30 hours rules and adopt new ones for Automotive Testing Vacuum INSURANCE AGENCY 964-6593 Phone 468.1998
the publication of classified 1 FOR RENT -- small furn- 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke,
per week; Handicapped per- Gauge Fuel Pump tehg. 100
advertisements in Its col. ished cottage suitable for a Hwy.
sons who are physically or umns. and Manifold Never used couple. 1217 South Colley. Florahom 659.2165

mentally Incapable of engag- All advertisements of tills cost 8.00 for 4.00. Istrtl. Reasonable rent, references r S SAVE1
ing In gainful employment; nature must be paid in advance 1 Gran Prix Tachometer exchanged. L. F. Smith. ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH

Self-employed persons who unless an established Dwell Meter Ignition System AUTOMOBilESUSED Itp. PHOTOGRAPHER
FRED DAVIS
would be certified for one year monthly account Is maintained Tester used 10 times cost PERCULATIOlTESTS

where the agency determines with this newspaper." 50.00 for 25.00. BUICK PONTIAC WALDO FLA.

that the employment consti- Mailing and bookkeeping 1 4 Power High Power FOR RENT- I bedroom GMC TRUCKS PH. 468-1287 Are you confused? Do you

tutes a full-time job. costs have advanced making Rifle Scope cost 42.00 for furnished apt. Adults only, ", need help? Call me at
con- It necessary to make this 964-5065. It E "A LITTLE RIDE CAN CUSTOM
We have an employment adjustment.It 10.00. FOR SALE-1968 Charger R/T,, PRINTINGFrom 724.5322, Jax, and I'll mak
connected with the Flo- SAVE YOU A
sultant excerciser
1 Belt reducing LOry7
Agency Is much preferred that with 440 engine, with 72.00C Your Negatives your test and help you with
State Employment
rida cost 119.00 for 50.00 Merch- FOR RENT12' wide Mobile GREEN COVE SPRINGS
job.
classified advertising be miles. Just had new paint application for a Septic
into the county your
who comes placed In rather than andise Brand Names. George Call 964-5240 after 5:30p.m. homes outside city llmltu. J. COPYJVORK{
person Tank
every Monday, just to Inter- Phone 473-3227. 964-6114. 1Chg permit.
to avoid Long. B. White. Ph.
by telephone so as best
offer.
view food stamp clients that errors. T'f Up Asking $1,200 or I INFORMAL PORTRAITSAND C.W. Crum,
meet the employment registration tf JIMMY MOORE'S
PASSPORTS Environmental
requirement.If a client

does not show up for an appointment PLASTER patching dry wall FOR SALE-1968 Custom Ford TOWNSENDSteel SM Sptrts Planning & Testing.
with the employ- PART TIME- week- finishing old ceilings refinished -
strippled or textured. 4 dr. sedan, 390 Eng. air MORE BOAT FOR 4T/11
ment agency or If he does end per month. Earn iron 1
with suitable em- Nathan H. Starling. Lawtey power steering and brakes. Erectors MONEY MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
not meet a $788.00 to $1600.00 per year YOUR
One $695.00. Call
owner Dolph
2/15
ployer that he has been referred Learn auto repairs welcUv!: 782-3896. 4t 2/15 90 Wt Lake City
Reddish, 964-7220. 2tchg Cuckler Steel Building Starke Ph. 964-5791 421 Ft. Frontage
to, the employment & radio. JOIN THE NATIONAL Phon. 752.3723

consultant notifies the Food GUARD. Can you qualm. LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast & Bins Portobl. W.ldlns Complete.. Outboard & Stern For Best Business LocationOn

Stamp Office the client must fy? 720 Edwards Road with X-ll Diet Plan, $3. REDUCE Pip WeldingLAKE Drive Service and Repair. Selection Of Highway 301
meet the requirement or his tfchg. excess fluids with X- TRAVEL TRAILERS
food stamps will be cancelledup Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee CITY Complete Fiberglass Repair MINI-HOMES
to a period of one year. at Koch Drug. 12tp--4/5 t FOR SALE 1 Custom built Fiberglass South of Starke; $16,000

We could use the help of JOB WANTED20 years ex: 752-7304 Fishing Boats.Mustang. TRUCK CAMPERSAND with 29% down and balancein
In In mechanical wor k, TOPPERSFull
-
the local employers getting perlence air compressors '_ RELAX and unwind with safe. 4 tp 2SAJ.THOMASREALTOR 1, 2, or 3 years at 7%.
our clients jobs. Any- water pumps,
auto mec,_ effective GoTense tablets. Onl;f Line Of Ports And Suitable for
like to and truck or restaurant,
one who would par- Andrews Pharmacy.2tp.. FOR SALE 22 ft self con-
981--
ticipate in this program can hanics. Write P.O. BOX 10S:3 14 __ tained camper trailer, fully Service TVfBO.G.ES motel service station,

contact the Food Stamp Of- Starke, Florida. equipped side mirrors, sway- liquor lounge or other

fice or call the Florida State in CCCCCCC'GGGaGDCCaGC ,oooeoooooo0 GG a.: bars and trailer hitch all :::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Employment Agency I for $1295.00. Call 964-8049 highway business
INC.
Gainesville. ACREAGE WANTEDWe : or 964-6670. 2tp 2/15 Appraising And G.n.ralR.al !1: 11 Pleas Call Frank E.

Volunteers can make doortodoor I Estate Soles This Week

canvasses in low-in- : FOR SALE -- 2 bedroom f Plumbing Co.COMMERCIAL Philpott, AssociateMcKINNEYGREEN
SPECIAL12X603BR ;;
:
come neighborhoods and hous- : unfinished, furnished house. 30 Yar Experience In
ing projects make assigned Have Several Out Of Town And I Extra lot. $3500.00 cash. 1'% Bath :11 ,

home visits to households Acreage Lillie Webb. 964-6909 after Florida Land Matter | REALTORS
prepare posters, exhibits and Out Of State Prospective Buyers For 5 pm. 4tp 3/8. S5.295 !:;: :
| ANDRESIDENTIAL
operate information booths In Bradford County. If You Have Or ExpectTo Tel. 96 -5101 1650 N. Tempi. Ave. COMPUTER PROPERTY
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grocery agencies stores health,clinics employment churches Have From 7.0 To 150 Acres Of Either UnImproved LOTS FOR SALE in Southgate 205 N. T.mpl. Av*. 964.7212 Starke. Fla. |; t FINDINGBox

neighborhood centers Or Raw Land That You Would Con- Subdivision., 964-6078.Call 8tchg222LOTS Marc Jackson Open 9716 Sun. | 24 Hr. Service 14484, Gainesville

and other places where peo- Fla. 372-3616 After
Would Be Glad To Offer It j m ;
ple gather. sider Selling We | PHONES Hours 376-6893
is frequently FOR SALE Starke Golf
Transportation a problem to lowincomepeople To These Prospective Buyers. & Country Club, ready for United Farm jj iij j Office Ph. 964.8602 t

particularly the elderly building on or for Investment.Lots Agency, Inc. ::|; Home 485.3751 ::;
and disabled, and those in area approximately 1/2 Real Estate Broker
rural areas. Volunteers can STOCKTON, WHATLEY, acre and larger. Paved roads Rg. ill Earn $307.20Min.
) 1 1
provide transportation or only 3 minutes from town. Paul & Irene Faulkner FIAT | 766 N. Grant St.

they can shop and deliver DAVIN & COMPANY Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 Associates : Per Month
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Starke Florida 1
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food to shut-ins or people p.m. tfchg SALESPARTSSERVICE EducationOpportunity
Jacksonville, Flo. : 206 S. Water Str..t
services :;::::;:x:;:::*:::WftWSWSfSSft:::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::?::RWftftS:::::;::;::::!:i:;;:
who are ill. Other : FOR SALERegistered Angus Stark, Fla. 964.5065 i
might Include babysittingwhile REX K. SMITH, ASSOCIATE Phone 964-6114. USED IMPORT CARS
calves. WANT TO SELL OR

shop mothers, and helping get food to stampsor pre- Stark Representative :I II J. B. White. tfchg BUY REAL ESTATE? HARFIED AUTO MILLEI Prawn Room & Board

pare meals for the children I Call lit For Best Price IMPORTS, INC. ,. Travel AndAdventure
Stark. Florida : WATSON'SHOUSE
when the low-income motheris Prospect Waiting .
OF VACUUMS t c h 509 E. University
sick hospitalized. g
or PHONE 964-7679 ,
Federal food-help pro- Many brands of new vacuums Coinefville 372-4373 TF ----

grams ordinarily operate $39.00 up. Used machines In Stark.

through State and local 0000 I from $10. Expert Repairs VOLKSWAGENNew Phone 964.6976
Government Agencies.There- : all makes. Parts and Accessories PLANNING A TRIP Gainesville 372-4838
INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR WE MAKE ALL & Used
fore, public support and com- t for all vacuums. Built LET US HELP!
? 2 Yrs. Active Duty
SELLING .
munity understanding are vi- WE ARE : in Central vacumn cleaning: MAJOR APPLIANCE Sole* Service
tal. Volunteerspeople who I systems. 712 N. Main, Gainesville w. Handle Naval Reserve

carecan find and point out CONTACT : 376-7110 EXOTIC CIUISES REPAIRS 1 Mi. North of the Moll"
the need in communities not I
I To TheCAMIIEANS EXPERT REPAIRMEN GAINESVILLE
GEORGE ROBERTS CLOSERTHAN 2/154T 3/8
yet committed to combating : LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering .

malnutrition locally. The citizenscan voices REAL ESTATE I 6x9. $3.19: 9 x 12, $5.98; All Airline Ticket CALL 96 -8363
of well-informed 12 12. $11.50 12 15
x ; x only
spell the difference between Charles Zippers THEY 1495. Many patterns and colors and Tour. Starke

an enlightened attackon Associate Dahmer's Discount tf Call 964-7449 Service OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
and Appliance
a community problem PHONE 964.1826 TOWN FINANCE CO.

an Illusory belief that there ARE P.O. Boa 226 N. T.mpl. 323 Brownie. St. 'TF 100 W. PH. 964.5606 L-s't3
is no problem. Any groupor 421 W. MADISON ST. FOR SALE A well furnished A Deal You Have Been -
individual Interested in camp In the Ocala National 1114
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helping our community Is Forest. Contact Ned C. Cole- Waiting For! V t

asked to contact me at the Tips AreTaxable man, Griffis Loop or write HIPP l* 2- TRACTOR CO. 1972 12 x 65' 2 Bedroom 2 Both Washer & Dry.r

Food Stamp Office.I P.O. Box 251, Starke, Fla. Contains Central Heat & Air Conditioning
would also like to Inform 3 tp 2/22
T.I.phon.372.3464FARM
our clients that we still have ASSUME PAYMENTS

mall Issuance. This is a pro- All tips are subject to Fed- FOR SALE -- 3 bedroom, MACHINESNew 8/ Til Dark Mfin Snf; Noon Dark On qund.n; .q 4/73
gram set up for people who eral Income tax, says the ATSUN 2 bath unfurnished frame

have a hard time getting Into Internal Revenue Service for house central heat & air. & Ud

our office to purchase their Florida.In Carpet. 964-7833 after 6 STARKE BUILDERSA
Anyone interested can addition, employees who 2tp 2/22
stamps. p.m. 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
or dropus receive cash tips of $20 or
contact us by phone Complete Building Service
a note and we will con- more in any calendar month Gainesville, Fla.
tact them. while working for one em- FOR SALE -- 1966 Buick Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.

The Food Stamp Office Is ployer are subject to with- 4 dr. sedan.R ad 10, heater "Wh.r. Service Is The Better Idea"PIN Starke Fla.,
located in the old Florida holding and Social Security 2 GreatLocations & air condition. Good tires
Bank building at 102 East Call taxes. They should report the : one owner. 964-7154. It CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
full amount of the tips to I II $4 59
Street. The Public Assist- I "The No Wax Floor" .
moved to the that employer by the 10th day : FOR
Office has SALE
ance -- Quaker 011 .
HURST Sq. Yd.
of the following month. Completely Installed Compare At $6.50 p f
locatedon
old Doctor's Hospital heater, 80,000 BTU Make
IRS 531 "Re-
Stamp Temple Office Avenue.phone The numberIs Food porting Publication Your Tips" for, Federal To Serve offer. 964-8483. ltp Grocery And Variety StoreWE BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI

964-7310 and the Public Tax Purposes, contains
LOW NYLONMany

Stamp ber Assistance is Office 964-8039.Office is phone open The num-Mon-Food more ic.ments It Information of explains the law the and on this require-contains top- You ( HELP WANTED ::::1:1WANTED FABRIC HAVE AND MOST NOTIONS COMPLETE SHOPIN c..Color d. F.H.A.To Choo.Specification. From
. P" Sq. Yd.
day, Tuesday, Thursday and Illustrations on the forms DOWNTOWN STARKE Compt t ly ln t ll d 0" Rubb.r Padding
until 5 needed to report tips to em-
8
from sum. SHAG
Friday Stamps are sold on the ployers. The pamphlet is free 2 BLOCKS FROMCOURTHOUSE Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy.

p.m.same days from 9 a.m. until by writing or visiting any' IRS Waitress for evenIng 100 East Store Hours 7.11 100,. Contlnuou. Fll. Nylon The CorP With The Now Loold

4 This office is closed district office. shift. Desert Isle Motel. 7 Days a Week! Many Color To Choo.. From

p.m.Wednesday and the last Tip income counts toward 4300 N.W. 13 th. ST. Lawtey, Fla. Phone 782-3332. of Stark. .. Compt.t.ly Installed Over Rubber Padding Ptr Sq. Yd. $7.9S
every Social and Railroad 2tp 2/22 M rr U end Chrtatln D. T.F.
working day of each month.t Security
Retirement benefits.


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