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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 10, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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week on clearing the Food Stamps 'I

Zack Second site for a half mil

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plant to be constructed Confirmation that a food stamp pro-

h NwAh. for low Income families will begin
Young Zaok Edwards has shown the I. near Hampton by gram

grand champion steer three times at the National Protein, operation in Bradford by March 1, as

State Fair in Tampa but he had to takea Inc of Thomasvllle.Ga. previously stated, has been given the

back seat to his sister Sue last week. County Cpmmlsslon.Mrs. .

Leveda Brown, Gainesville Department of Family Services
It should be operation with-
Seventeen-year-old Susan the BHS poultry Judging team. assistant director of the for a 12 county area, brought
,
in the next four five months
Edwards made her debut Tues The livestock Judging team of 4 4rt. or the word in person Monday
day In the top cattle show In Greg Dodd Mike Oliver and according to Ron Saulter, of It Is the first concrete evidence -
the state, winning the grand Zack will both compete In the, M Thomasvllle, president of the the board had that a
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championship of the 18th annual state finals March first. t's.... corporation. BrookerElects stamp program will actually be
Florida Youth Steer and ,. Saulter said that costs of started here.
Carcass Show with her 1,200 Zack entered another steerIn t the completed plant could run
:POUnd Charolals Cross. the Southeastern Fat Stock to three-quarters of a million The new program will replace -
Show and Sales In Ocala Thurs- dollars, and It will employ from the county's present commodity -
Giving way to his sister'slead foods The U.S.
and
day and Friday captured 15 to 20 persons at the start. program.
: but capturing reserve grand champion in the Angus It will be located on part of Department of Agriculture administers -
champion with a black Anguswas division and was later named the Federal food
k
v an 80-acre tract owned by the
her brother, Zack, 16, who
stamp with the assistance -
program
Grand ChampionoverallbreedsWaste
,a'' corporation of SR-221 (old 5New0fficials
previously had shown the grand , of the Florida Department -
Hampton cut-off), east of the
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champion In 1966, 1969, and Seaboard Coastline of Family Services (wel-
:1971. Both Susan and Zack are Railroad, )
and from fare department to certify applicants -
across ITT-Rayon-
,from Starke and members of ..
rrar 'w ler's Bradford and sell stamps.
1 Woodyard.The .
the Bradford FFA. Their par-
ants are Mr. and Mrs. Mau- r company purchased the Tom Josey of the USDA'sFood

rice Edwards, Starke, owners : : ? .re. site last September from .1. D. and Nutrition Service,
of Edwards Angus Farm. ... and VerNe Odom of Starke, In a one-sided vote Tuesday from Gainesville, met with
System ... and It about 20 county grocers Mon-
was rezoned from agricultural Brooker residents turned out
Bidding for the 1,200 pound day afternoon to acquaint them
to Industrial at the the entire slate of city official
-
champion Charolals Cross "
was -, ..... request of Odom for.re-election and Installed with the operation of the. food
unusually high and remained -../.. . -, .- .-. .-._, *' ._" ,"" "M 1'- .' -,' !'Il"A."> V'\.,: ... i up new laces stamp program., Mrs. Brown
high'Juring the three hour auc.' Funds Patrolman Claud W. E. LIMe 'aeUngchief said a local staff will be set
Uon.' 'The Charolals'was. sold Hardy- question nodmanfollowing Tuesday morning'sheadon of the Bureau of Permitting, Rov Carroll, currently suing up in the old Florida Bank
for $.55 a pound to Lykes collision. Air & Water Pollution Control the city for refusing him a building at Call and Walnut

Bros. Board, Tallahassee, said yesterday license to sell beerwithln2.000 Streets In Starke to administer -
Later Gainesville auctioneer Sought that a permit for con- feet of a school church or the stampl.CertlClcaUon.

Buddy Clarke announced Belk- construction of pollution con- playground, collected 116 votesto of clients will
LlxJsey, Britton Plaza would trol devices for the plant had 63 for Incumbent mayor
begin next week, she said. Let-
raise all prices to 50 cents a 3 Seriously InjuredIn and been approved would become by the effective bureau Shirley Green. ters of application have already

pound. Still being pushed by Sani- when National Protein postsa Joyce Stokes polled 134 to been mailed out in Bradford

Zack's 1,245 pound reserve tarian Jack Trawlck. Brad $50,000 surety bond to make beat five-year veteran clerk County to persons now receivIng -
champion was bought for 60 ford's proposed solid waste dis- sure that funds are on handto Tommy Cox who polled 34. some kind of assistanceand
cents a pound by Gary Rlck-. posal program has been submitted correct defects in case the Two new councilmen were who are probable clientsof
etta.;a Brandon contractor. to three different Fed- Auto AccidentsThree plant should! not operate as elected. Henry Harrell led the the new program. USDA will
This year's 41 entries marked! eral agencies In a search for designed."We balloting with 119 votes and C. be responsible for policing the
the lowest number ever en- dollars to Implement It. J. Stalnaker polled 111 to win grocers and administering that
won't allow anything that the two council seats. Incum- end tered In the show. CharlesMoore Word has been given him, persons were seriously failed to yield right of way Bedford crashed into the right creates a nuisance In Bradford bent E. W. Hodges, an eight-
announcer, attributed Trawlck told the County; Commission Injured during the week !in and crashed In to the left side of Harris auto. County," Linne said. He added year veteran, was a distant Unlike the commodity program
the low number of entries to Monday that the$106- three automobile accidents, according side of Beaumont's 1969 Ford. that when the plant Is com- third with 50 votes and GeorgeO. administered by the county
the fact that 50 pounds of weight 000 proposal Is now under consideration to the Starke Police At approximately the same time (S.. Page 4)) pleted, the company will be Pierce was fourth with 41. the local body will have
,had been added to each class, by the U. S. Envi- Department and Florida High allowed to operate for a period R. J. Fonseca had 13 votes nothing to do with the food
caused the
warm weather which ronmental Protective Service. way Patrol of time, perhaps three or four stamp program.
steers to eat less and to the That word came In a phone Fifteen months 180 of 191 voted In the elec- "This Is the program,I think,
Larry David
:fact some were bought light. conversation from Tom Strick- year-old tion. It was a 94 per cent offers the most to low Income
Andrews of
Starke was seriously "If the operation Is satisfactory
"As a result all of the steers land, an Environmental Protective turnout highest anyone can families," Mrs. Brown told the
Injured
early Tuesday
morn- will be
they given a per- remember for the town. "It Is scaled In
weighed 850 pounds or more Service employee In commission.
Ing In a head-on collision on mit for continued operation withan
and will dress out top goodor Atlanta, Trawlck, said. SR-100 between the motorcyle expiration" date up to a The new officers will be such a way that those with the
better" he emphasized. The program would! meana he was riding and a pick-up maximum of five years,"Linne sworn In the first Tuesday In least get the most.
Judging the show was Bcb county; opera ted garbage pick- truck. said. The permit would haveto March A family of four could purchase -
Whlttenburg, 4-H extension up for rural residents! ,. something 3 4 t} I Ik be renewed after the It was difficult to see any $100 dollars In food
Andrews rushed to the ex-
livestock specialist In Alabamaat onlv towns have now. was piration date he added. other reason for the one-sided stamps for as little as $28,
Auburn University.; It would also mean an upgrad- Bradford County; Hospital wherehe election other than the beer she sale!. But another family
Winner of the Milton Plumb ing of the county's; solid waste received! emergency treat- Linne explained that his bureau problem Carroll is having of four on a higher income
which now Is burned and ment. He was later transferred does not actually issuea might be required to pay $85
Award for the most weight-ln- "To me, If beer was the main
to the Gainesville Medical Cen-
buried in one of five so- construction permit for the for $100 In stamps.
gain by a steer was Dennis issue I don't understand It,
,Inlow of Turkey Creek. His called sanitary land fills, or ter with a shattered wrist bro- plant, but only a permit for one long time resident stated. Bradford County, Mrs.Brown
of ken arm and multible cuts and building the air and water pollution will Its
cross bred 1,000 pound steer merely dumped In one many abrasions. "A bad day for Brooker andI reported, operate own
volunteer dumps. control system. food stamp center. It has
two and three previously
gained quarters Ji Imagine the futire will tell
pounds for 160 days. The proposed system would According to Investigating Plans for the plant, designedby been reported that
Zack Edwards was also a consist of 100 four cubic yard Patrolman Claude Hardy of the Reynolds, Smith & Hills (S.. Pag. 4)) Bradford and Union Counties

member of the Bradford FFA containers within a 10 minute Starke Police Department. Andrews of Jacksonville, have been pend- would! share one stamp agen-

Livestock Judging team which drive from a majority; of the was Injured when Calvin aplckup ing before the Bureau of Per- cy.
truck drlved Williams
competed at the fair. The team rural homes in the county.; The by mitting since last August but Asked by Commissioner
Goodman, Starke madea Public AskedTo
,
took eighth place along with containers would be pickedup were sent back for necessary Ralph Bryan If It Is true that
left turn off SR-100 at the
and dumped Into a 30 cubic revision, Linne said, to make more parsons will qualify for
Gulf Service Station and Into
yard EZ Packer trick three sure that no odors would be Help food stamps than for the com-
times per week. the path of Andrews who was discharged Into the air and modity foods, Mrs. Brown re-

m Mown I!trirrY Solid waste would! then be eastbound. no waste waters Into streams. Vandals plied In the affirmative. Some
hr disposed of In one of two pro- The two vehicles crashed Linne said the design calls Slop families will qualify, becauseof
posed landfills. head-on doing an estimated$500 for the use of settling basins their Income, who did not
The county's four municipalities damage to Goodman's 1970 quality to receive commodities,
for the discharge waters, keepIng -
pick-up and $450 to An appeal has been made
Siarke. Lawtey, Brookerand Andrews' a .+ fluids contained In the basinin she said.
Hampton would also dump motorcycle. k an "aerobic" stage with dissolved for county residents to helpIn "It's an effort to Include the

their waste in the two land- Goodman was charged with oxygen; available In the reducing vandalism to coun- working; poor, based on Income -
fills. All the town now have .failure to yield! right-of-way. liquid! at all times, so bac- ty road equipment left parkedon Mrs. Brown pointed
I roads where work Is being She thinks that makes the
garbage pick up. Donald Roes Bedford and teria will consume waste material out
Trawlck Is seeking financial Louise Elnor Bedford of Largo In the affluent. done. stamp program superior to the
aid from the federal government / Fla, along with John Ep- Commissioner Dave Shuford commodity; program the county I
tn twin. mi-china' a 832.- pson Harris of Williston were ; The pollution control official said the bill for repairs for ; Is now under
BAKE SALE 000 packer truck, $25,000 rushed to the Gainesville Med- said the plant will discharge vandalism to road machines hit Some reservations were expressed
for the 100 trash containers, ical Center In serious condition approximately 15,000 gallons of $300 last month. Somebody t by several commissioners
Saturday, F.b. 12 $ 0 000 for a D-8 bulldozer, Saturday night following a : water per day (after removing shoots windshields and takes about switching over r
$9,600 for a pick-up truck three car crash on US-30Iaouth. grease) into the aeration ba- hammers and other objects and to stamps from commodities,
Heat Door Te and $3 000 for radio equipment sins. From there It will /go purposefully damages machin- however."It ,
According to Highway Pat-
LEILA'SOn salaries to settling basins, after which ery in senseless vandalism
malntance You're
repairs rol, the Bedford' were Injured concerns me. turnIng -
-
E. Call St. and fuel would furnishedby night around 7 the water will be recirculated Chairman George Roberts people' loose with stampsto
Saturday for reuse In the plant. The made a personal appeal for
the county and the mosquito p.m. ., 31, failed waste anything they want
Cakas Roll control unit.Teen to yield right-of-way of and Shorthand Whiz operation is actually overde- the public to report Incidencesof to buy," Commissioner Dave
.
signed to take care of triple vandalism when
pulled Into the path of Bed- they are Shuford stated.Poor money ma-
And Cookie that amount of water if necessary -
ford's observed.! Down time becauseof nagement Is a major reason
pick-up truck and
Dance car driven by Harold anole W-, Becky Jackson Is shown practicing her to a trip to Clearwater in the future It was said. vandalism, besides being unnecessary many families get In the position -
Church of Jesus Christ Beaumont of Closter, New Jer- In preparation for the to compete in the state finals. A portion of the excess water causes delays In of having to obtain commodities -
OS Latter Day Saints Set After GameThere sey. State Leadership Conference Bradford County; was one of will go into an irrigation county; road maintenance and in the first place.

Harold Beaumont 26, was slightly which is to be held In Clear- the 13 counties who competedin system for a grass sodgrowing costs taxpayers money, he Shuford pointed out. He and
shorthand, public operation which the company pointed out.Roberts Commissioner Zedra Hamilton
heldFrlcay Injured in the wreck along water during April. typing; ,
will be dance
c.: 01mlpt a speaking and talent divisions. also plans. said It is county; polity have operated the county's; commodIty
with Cynthia Beaumont 3. and
the New Nat-
at
night
Jackson- Along with Becky, Bonnie The plant Is described as a to bring all equipment to ; program for the last
ional Guard; Armory sponsored Brendan, nine months. :Barbara Becky traveled to
(Sommunityetatt ) the county barn over weekends, six '
and Joan Hinson represented "chicken years I
Trlsler hydrolyzing plant"
ville other
by the Bradford High School Beaumont, 23, was uninjured Saturday with eight but that It Is Impractical to
lank members the BHS Bradford In the shorthand using a completely contained
cheerleaders. Jn the crash.According. of chapter drive 20 miles back versus 1
The dance will begin at 9:30 to the Investigating of the Future Business Leaders competition. Dale Norman cooking process for the manufacture equipment the freedom allowed by the

Am....Nor ar.d. U. following the last home basketball officer Trooper K. G. EttierIdge. of America to attend the and Debbie Thomas competedIn of an extremely high and forth distance to work would every be hours day. food stamp program) the commissioner "
The :
T.120,000k* of the season a-' both the Bedfords and Dlstrlc n Conference held at public speaking, Martha protein material with the appearance pointed out that many t
r..... DotooMI t..-c-: galnst game Fernandina Beach 'and Beaumonts were traveling the Florida Junior College. She Buckley and Seletta Hall In of sawdust This Is lost In work time plus put
miles on machinery -
won a second place In the shorthand typing and SandI Morgan in many unnecessary (So. 4))
will last until 12:30: a.m. with south on US-301 and Harris weston Shuford pointed out. PageJulian
"Shaft" providing the sound. SH-18. Harris reportedly competition which entities the talent division. (So* Page 4)) ,




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.. The minister of a small church
Altar/ Mrs. Crawford was awakened one night by a
Society suspicious noise. Out of the
Ou"i/ nes Projects/ I 13 HonoredA a I, darkness came a voice: "Don't
move or I'll shoot. I'm looking
7 At t Meeting t Stork Shower for your money."

.''r "Let me get up and turn the

Sy St. Edward's Altar Society Mrs Willard Crawford was I' light on," begged the minister
members held their February honored at a stork shower Tuesday J "and I'll hunt, too."
meeting in the home of Mrs night, Jan.. 25,. at the
Gladys Weldon with Mrs Fran- Church of God annex given by
cis Meng presiding a.1 the Ladles Willing Worker band.A .
Mrs. Robbie Shatter, Altar Attt pink and blue color schemewas
Chairman, announced that Mrs. carried out in the decora-
Cecelia Richards volunteered tions. The refreshment table 1
for altar care during February.Mrs. was covered with a white lace
cloth and centered with an
Weldon reported on Sun- arrangement of pink and blue
land sponsorship and the local carnations with a pair of baby
cancer closet. Members were, Ict booties In the middle. Mrs. By
Informed of the Community Acton Bobby Murner and Mrs. Lee
Organization being formed Browning presided at the ESTON JORDAN
at the Neighborhood Service punch bowl which was encircled
Center for the purpose of assisting with fern and pink and
needy and emergency blue florets.
cases. Donations of clothing Games with prizes were enjoyed -
Mr And Mrs. Colvin Word and household Items are being by the 50 attending. ScottGrilFisold t BO MILLION
solicited as well as volunteersto The hostesses presented the VISITORS

To Observe 50th Anniversary; distribute material infor- honoree with a baby silverwareset You may think that' you have II
mational forms for the Eye as a memento of the oc- Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Scott vwild
lot' of visitors, but how you
Bank for Restoring Sight were casion. of Jacksonville announce the
like to have 50 million persons
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ward Church education building. distributed, and members were engagement and approaching ? This is the
drop by to see you
will celebrate their Golden Their children will be hostson urged to consider donating their UDC Appoints marriage of their daughter, number of individuals who have
I Wedding anniversary Sundav afternoon this occasion.All eyes to this worthy project. Gloria, Ellzabetr to Daniel the MonumentIn
from 2:30: to 5:30 p.m. friends and relatives. are hit ti P Committee/ On Carl Grlffli son if Mr. and visited Washington Washington D. C., since the
In the Bayless Highway Baptist invited to attend. Mrs. Joseph Cissy who, Old CourthouseW. Mrs. Gerald D. Crlffls of Monument was opened to the
served as chairman for the Camp Blanding. October 9 188$.
March of Dimes production of The wedding will take placeat public on ,
Showers Gi ven Mrs. Wise HonoredA "You're A Good Man, Charlie T. Weeks Chapter, UDC Arlington United Methodist Washington' Mbnument\ is a
Brown" met at the home of Mrs. C. A. Church In Jacksonville large( marble shaft towering to
reported the on
For Mrs. NormanMrs. t Two ShowersMrs. cess of this affair on and thanked suc- Knight Wednesday afternoon of March 18 at 7:30: p.m. a height of 555% feet which ratesIt
last week with 17 members pre as one of the Inllwt masonry
members for their assistance. All friends and relatives arc
Margaret Wise was the sent. structures' In the world Directlyin
Mrs. Michael invited to attend
Janet Norman the Gilhooly reported .
was honor guest at two stork show- The president, Mrs. George front of I ho Washington. Monument
honor guest at two stork show- ers given recently.Hostesses held on each the bingo Saturday games at being 8- Roberts Sr. appointed a com- Is a law pool) of! water
ers given recently. at the first shower in the Parish Mem- mittee to meet with the HIstorIcal 'Charlie Brown'Cast known a* the Reflecting: Pool.
p.m. Hall.
Hostesses for the first shower -
were cashiers at Wlnn-Dixie bers Society to discuss preser- This (craten lovely scene be
were nurses at the Bradford food present volunteered help EntertainedThe ; reflection of the Monument .
store where Mrs. WiseIs cause the '
County Hospital who are on employed.The in continuing this activity. Barbara Ann Lame Weds ving the old County Court (','n he seen<<: In the rather
the same shift with Mrs. Norman Mrs. William Glover offered House. cast of"You're a GoodMan
honoree was presentedwith to take charge of arrangements Mr. McLeod In Home RitesMiss the Miss long pool. '
from 3 to 11. Refreshments chair During program, Charlie Brown" held a The Washington' Monument is
a high by the host- for
a parish covered dish supper Norma Canova read an article
were served after the party Friday night after the solid
Connie One of the world's moat'
esses, Byrd, Dotty
opening of gifts. Rhoden, Libby Harvey Janice; scheduled for March 2. Barbara Ann Laine Miss Joy Laine sister of the from a 1923 Bradford County final production at the homo structural' We feel that' our business .
The most recent shower was Lott, Cherylene Combs, Ann Father James Cregan, pas daughter of Elder and Mrs. bride, was maid of honor Telegraph on the Memorial Day of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vel- is built on n solid foundation
given by friends of the High Craft and Gloria Mack. tor, Informed members of a 0, M. Yarborough of Starke, Jerry McLeod served his brother program of that year. Mrs. C. longs on Lafayette Street. of trust and service. We appreciate
land Baptist Church at the home Punch was served with the statewide Penetentlal Pilgrimage and Hugh Edward McLeod Jr., as best man. N. Christy was acceptea uu, The twenty attending Inclu- our ('lllilomerstIKI/ want to
of Mrs. Rebecca Wise. Games decorated baby cake after sev- to be held at Nombre De son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Following the ceremony a membership.' ded the cast husbands and give !them !the very best in serve,
were played and prizes awarded eral games, with prizes. Dlos Mission In St. Augustineon Edward McLeon Sr., of Jasper reception was held at the home Mrs. II. L. Speer and Mrs.G. wives. ice. Why don't you try usT
to Mrs Louise Austin, Mrs. The most recent shower was Feb. 20. He also Invitedall were united In marriageat of the bride's parents. Linda J. McGriff Sr. assisted Mrs.
Rachel Prescott,and Mrs.Ethel Riven bv Mrs. Wise's sisters. to attend Scripture classes 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27 Johns cut the wedding cake, Knight In serving refreshments. CARD OF THANKS
Norman. Rosa and Ruby Mosely at the on Wednesday evenings. at the home of the bride. The and Marie Wynn kept the bride's BAL
After opening the gifts punch Maxvllle Civic Center.: Games Members were Invited to the ceremony was performed by book. Assisting were Carolyn Our heartfelt thanks to all
and a decorated baby cake were were played, with prizes a- home of Mrs. William Glover the bride's stepfather, Elder Sapp and Elise Pass. A marriage counselor began to who extended comforting sym-
served to the 28 guests present. warded to the winners. for the March 1 meeting. Yarborough.For After a wedding trip to Dis- ask a woman some questions pathy and help In our recent sraaxs rtoaroA
Punch and a decorated baby her wedding the bride ney World and Silver Springs concerning her disposition:' sorrow. For the beautiful floral -
chose a short white satin dress the couple will reside at Jasper -
cake were served to approximately "Did you wake up grumpy this offerings and other kindnesses -
You can't judge the modern girl 36 guests. Little WomenTo with lace overcoat, and long Mr McLeod Is employedby morning?" we are deeply grate. U.S. 301 NORTH
by her clothes. There really sleeves. Her headpiece was a the Layton Corporation in ful.The family of Frank F.
Meet Monday ".. Valdosta Ga.Shower. "No, she replied 'JJet: him PHONE
isn't enough,evidence. short :vell with scalloped- ,rslgn. < Thomas. 9647500'1
Among the Englishjanguage's ... ...... sleep. .a .- ,.'. "If'rk' .. .. : :. ;,.1-' ;'
Money won't' buy love but it many'"puzzling words is" ""Mrs.1 JrE'. Tomlinson will --- .'1 'j t Given
makes shopping for it a lot more "economy which means the be guest speaker at the Little Frances Mudge
fun. large size In soap flakes and the Women's Club meeting Mon- Weds Mr. For Mrs. LottA
small size in automobiles. day at 8 p.m at the club: house. Harley SLADE

In MandarinMr. t Thomas Home
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Miss Reeda Lewis, whose
and Mrs. Charles Wit- marriage to Larry Lott was
Ham Mudge Sr of Mandarin an event of Feb. 4, was hon- Clearance
announce, the marriage of their ored at a bridal shower Mon- Heating
l daughter Frances Elisabeth day, Jan. 31, given by Mrs.W. .
to Thomas Harold Harley, son L. Thomas, Mrs. Paul
of Mr and Mrs. Daniel B. Faulkner, and Mrs. Ronnie
Harley of Starke. The wedding Thomas at the home of the
took place Saturday Feb. 5, latter on Westmoreland Street.
at II a.m. in St. Joseph's Cath- A blue and yellow, color SALE
olic Church with Father Daw- scheme was carried out in the
son performing the nuptials In party decorations. Games with
the presence of the Immediate prizes were enjoyed during the
families and a few close friends. party hours.
The hostesses presented the
Centering the altar were two honoree with several pieces
pedestal arrangements of white of tier chosen china as' a me-
and pink daisies mums, and mento of the occasion.
carnations against a background Thirty-five guests were invited -
5 o of lighted tapers In to attend.
branched candelabra and potted
J palms.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE

5 o A program of nuptial organ WINNERSMr.

> music was provided by the or-
ganist. and Mrs. John Musso-
5 o Mr. Harley attended his son line and Mrs. Marie Dent and
Bess Burns tied for first
Mrs.
'ThffioIL1tniks. as best man ana the usher m
5 owas Charlie Mudge, brother at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
5 o of the bride. Billy Mudge, alsoa night where there were six tables -
brother of the bride, served In play. Mrs. W. F. Oster
as altar boy. and Mrs. F. J, Shaw were
: 3J second and Mrs. J, D. Odom
Jr. and Mrs. George Miller
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The bride, given in marriage third.
5 by her father wore an ankle were
length gown of pale pink silk aNew
) organza with sheered bodice
and long sleeves. In her hair
> she wore a crown of spring

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Miss Mary Mudge attended
( Arrivals
It's our way of saying "Thank You" her sister as maid of honor
wearing a gown similar to that I
of her sister except in laven-
To Our 50 Million Guests
dar and with short sleeves. She Bradford County Hospital announces -
wore a crown of spring flower the following births:
In her hair and carried an old
fashioned nosegay spring flowers. Mr. and Mrs.Merren Charles ANY HEATER IN
DN) STOCK
OUR Luncheon Buffet .. phen Llzenbee Charles, Starke., Feb. a 1 son, Ste-



ALL WEEK $1.00 o. in home A reception Mandarin of the was where bride's held arrangements parents at the- Norman Mr. and, Lawtey Mrs., Owen a son,Lewis Feb. UP

of pink and white daisies 8.The. DiscouNt
mums and carnations were
used In decorating.The wiy taxes are today, you
Shortcake Served
Complimentary Strawberry
bride's table was covered might as well marry for love.
o with a white lace cloth

THVRS. FEB. 17 ladies Night'All and wedding centered cake with topped a three-tiered with lilies- DR. D. W. WHIFFEN

*, of-the-valley and two wedding Announces, the Association of
Ladles Dinners 50% off' bells. Buy NOW And Really SAVE!
The buffet-brunch table was DR. J. H. MIMESINCER

o covered with a white lace cloth.
In Presiding at the coffee service -
WI HOLIDAYOF and punch bowl were Misses Optometry .( .
/ Barbara and Chris Mudge, SLADE GASAPPLIANCES I 9
sisters of the bride. 207 S. Walnut St.Utfksemurr .
Following wedding trip
to New Orleans the couple will :
reside in Tallahassee. AND
9:00 to 5:00
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in 1971. The groom graduated Closed Wtdnoday
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Sg. and Mrs. Leroy Adkinon Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed- Savings and Loan Economist To Attend Meet Mr. and Mrs Carl Matthews
of Tallahassee are guests wards attended the funeral of and Mrs. Mabel Whls-
Charley this week Johns.of Sen. and Mrs. his sister Mrs. Wilma Ray Adopts Babies On Programs For Older PersonsMiss ler of Unlonvtlle, Iowa visited
In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dillow Whls-

Friends of Buck Sturgia of of Martha Sue McCain. University, who will discuss ler In Foikston, Ga. and Mr.
and Mrs. Richard V. St. Speaking something cap how and Mrs. Virgil Mathews InHUUan
work with
to
Jacksonville will y- Bradford home economist, will senior citizens -
regretto learn tivating the First Federal
that he> la In Intensive care John and daughter Joy and Savings and Loan Associationof take pert next week In a workshop and Dr. George Aker. !, Ga. over the weekend.
at St... Vincent's Hospital! fol- Becky Goolsby attended the graduation Starke will begin a seriesof to provide home economics chairman, Department of Adult
lowing surgery. Mr. and Mrs. of their" son Vincent ads featuring some of the extension agents with Information Education, FSU, who will speakon Mrs. Ann! Joellerjbeck of
Sturgts lived on Forlythe Road, St. John from Navy boot camp most outstanding picture of about how to use learning and the older adult. Berlin, Germany Is visitingher
Starke. for) several years be- In Orlando last Friday. Seaman babies Imaginable.Each the resources. of older persons son-in-law and daughter
ford moving to Jacksonville. Apprentice. St. John Is homeon ad will feature a unlqja; and how to plan and Implement Dr. and D. W. Whlffen.
Mr. Sturgis Is the brother-In- two weeks leave before reporting baby photo with a humorous programs to fulfill Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns
law of Mrs. Jessie Taylor of to his new base in adult saying plus the advantageof their needs. visited Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent
Starke. Norfolk, Va. using a particular savingsand "Tho Second Forty Years," Cash and family in Orlando Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S,
loan service. first workshop of its kind, is over the weekend. A. Weldon and family In
- - Watch for these baby ads- set !in conjunction with the 21st Macclenny.

COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE you'll get a chuckle each time Annual Conference on Geron- Mrs. A. O. Betts and Mrs.R. .
6-
you see them. The first ad appears tology Sunday-Tuesday, Feb. W. King and daughter of Mrs. L. D. Vining spent
in Galne.-
In this issue 8, at the Flagler Inn Thursday to Sunday with Mr.
KtKtllekll fried CkiekeK ville. Miss McCain will par- Qulncey were weekend guestsof
and Mrs. J. C. Vlning in Pal-
ticipate !in the one-day work- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon- .
U.S.301 NORTH PHONE ,".51ZS Miss Anne Terwillegar Ilia. .... shop sponsored by the Florida crief.Mr. atka.A
returned to Wesleyan College Sandy Davis Crawford4.ee( Cooperative Extension Service. and Mrs.J.E.Hardy were
bachelor, left in charge of his
Sunday after a week's vaca- Emphasis will be on housing -
LOOK. Engagement ToldMiss / health maintenance, con- guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. infant nephew was faced with a
tion.Mr. DavisCandidate sumer education Income nutrition R. Wilson of Jacksonvilleat crisis. He frantically called a
Sandy
WHAT THECOLONEL'S and Mrs. Robert Fry of and social Involvement. a oyster roast at the San young acquaintance, a parent,
Albany. Ca. spent the weekend For Rita Cheryl Crawford Miss McCain will work on thehousing Jose Country Club last Friday who solved the problem in this
with her mother Mrs. Julia will wed Michael Wayne Lee :problem. night. man-to-man fashion.
: Underbill. at 7:30: pjn. on Friday, March Home economics extension "First, place the diaper in
OFFERINGFriday Valentine QueenSandra 10, at Hopeful Baptist Church gents from 55 counties will Mr. and Mra. C. L. Cooper position of a baseball diamond
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson Lake City. participate In the workshop were In Auburn, Ala. Saturdayto with you at bat. Fold 2nd base
of Merritt Island will spent (Mrs. Harold) Davis The bride-elect la the daugh- Featured speakers will be Dr. Monday visiting their son, over homeplate. Place baby on
the weekend with his parents, Is Gamma Theta Chapter of ter of L, J. Crawford and the Andrew Hendrickson,professorof 2nd Lt. Robert L. Cooper, at pitcher's mound. Then pin 1st
Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Gibson. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority's 1972, late Mrs. Crawford of Provi- adult education, Florida State Auburn University. and'3rd to homeplate."

.T Saturday Mrs Emlle Generoux of selection for international val- dence.Mr. Lee is the son of Mr.and

West Springfield Mass. Is entine Sandy queen.will representthechapter Mrs: James W. Lee of LawteyAll

I \ c Sunday Green visiting for Mr.several and Mrs. Robert In the Beta Sigma Phi inter- friends and relatives are
weeks.
national competition. She Is the Invited to attend the ceremony.

N Feb. 4, 5, end 6 Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin daughter Moore of of Mr.Starke.and Mrs. Aubrey Mac Baldwin-

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Guy Sandy enjoys reading fishing Mrs.J. M. Vickers of Brunswick -
Sale and Mrs. Lily Bridges attended cooking, sewing creative writIng Ca. was Sunday and Mon-
SALE SPECIAL the Llberace show at and being a housewife and day guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. i
the Civic Auditorium Tuesday, mother of the Davis' two children G, Denmark and Dr. and Mrs
e. ONE THRIFT BOX 9 pieces 01 cMc&e.C night. : Tracy, 4 1/2 and Hal, H. H. Adams.

TWO/i Pink, ay.r choke tl uJaJi l or talJ bees Mrs, R, O. Dansby was in 11/2.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Mrs. Davis is In her second Yeager
e ONE2S: ...ftp.- 6 Rolls Ozark, Ala. last Mrs.week Marvin visitingher Andrews year in Beta Sigma Phi. She returned last Thursday froma
mother -
is active on the Publicity Com- ten-day visit with friends
who !in the hospital.
was
mittee. and relatives in Miami. Mr.
ALL FOR ONLY $3.25 Yeager also attended a Masonic -
Mr. and Mrs. William Which-
meeting while In Miami.
ello of Gulliver, Mich. were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ponten-
Firth the ,first of the week. berg and children< of Tampa LTC and Mrs. V. J. Speng-
})) were Monday overnight guestsof ler and daughter, Debbie and
Mrs. Emma Badman
visited
Ke Ytwlea.rr Edward Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas his aunt, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Spengler
visited Mr. and Mrs.Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Betel
Norfleet in Crescent City Sun- Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bolllng- In St. Augustine Sunday.
day. er visited their son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jan Mrs. J. W. Klncald and Mrs.
Douglas In Tallahassee over 0). L. Beasley were Friday to
the weekend. Tuesday guests of Mr.and Mrs.
C. C. Hoppe In Tampa, and
r Mrs. Mark Hamilton and children attended the Gasparllla festi
Jy' of Tampa were weekend vities.
guests of Mrs. John H. Andrews -
NOT while Mr. Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Ag-
Mr. Andrews were on National new of Jacksonville were Saturday
Guard duty.; visitors of Mr. and

Mrs. C.G. Hill. \Baldwin ChevroletrOlds\\
ONEVALENTINE Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwabof
Merritt Island, and son. Eddie Mrs. T. T. Long has returned -
of Gainesville, were week- home after being In
/ end guests of Mrs. Myrtle An- Orlando for two months.
[ derson. Visiting Mrs.Andersonthis
week Is her sister Mrs.Olive Local admittances to Bradford Now Offers'YEARS
.. Gregory of Gainesville. County Hospital this week
Include: Herman Geiger Mrs.
David McRae of FSU Brant Lily Walker. Jessie J. McCoyLynn
Turner of Valdosta State Col- Luther, Mrs. Ollle Tyson -
lege and Ginger Baldwin of Cleveland Drlggers, an 4
When you feel blue, take out the University; of South Florida Tonya K. Halsten, all of Starke; 5 OILso,000
home for the week-
were
your savings account book and end. Susan Baker, Neal McVeigh,
thumb thru the pages of regular Mrs. Jacob Pipping and Mrs.
n deposits. A sizeable Alice Meriweather, Keystone
Leif balance with all that It means Among those attending the Heights; and Mrs. Peculla Norman -
In security future trips, and Llberace show at the Civic Bradford County.; MILL0WARRANTY
enjoyment, will raise your spirits Auditorium Monday night were:
again. If you haven't a sav- Mrs. R. P. McLendon, Mrs.A. Mrs. A. S. Harrison and
ings account, open one now at G. Loudon Mrs. Warney Mrs. Mack Williams were In
Adkinson, Mrs. Grady Over- Waycross Ga. Wednesday of
Our Hourtt street Mr. and Mrs. Curtis last week visiting Mrs Har
Man thru Thu,,. 9 .m. to 3 9.m' Marlowe Mr. and Mrs. George rison's mother Mrs. R. T.
Friday 9 a.m. re J:30: p.m. Huggins Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hipps, on her 80th birthday.
Cl.i.d Saturday Andrews, Mrs. Drew Reddish
Mrs. John A. Reddish, Mrs.
FIRST FEDERAL Carl Hurst, Mrs. Don Harden THE BRADFORD
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Savings and Loan Association of Starke"Thf Frank Mitchell.

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Society To Get Old Courthouse Rainfall Heavy Since Jan. 1st

; Bradford County; has had a River 6.9 Inches; Highland
total of 10.08 Inches of rain 8.6 Inches; Santa Fe, 5.8 Inches -
In a surprise move Tuesday voteh, the past served. in the old building".Matthewstold vacant since Supt. Tom Casey bout a swap of the old CH since Jan 1 1. according to records For the first eight daysin
the Bradford School Board Goal of the Historical Society "I agree it would be a the School Board in makIng moved his Immediate administrative for the old Armory building of the three fire tow- February the total weret
unanimously to deed the old ; and the United Daughters! crime to tear that thing down." his presentation., He distributed staff to remodeled adjacent to the USO. But that New River 3.40;Highland 3:30;
county courthouse at Call SCand of the Confederacy, according Sawyer said "To me, one that copies of a news story offices in the USO building deal was never aired in a pub- ers.Totals for January weret New Santa Fe, <:1.80.:
Temple Ave. in Starke to to Matthews James BlootUwortn most distinguishes a community on the old CH which appeared several months ago. It had been lic meeting.
the local: Historical Society.; and Mrs. 'Jewell Robert Is preservation of Its past. in the Chicago Tribune deeded to t the school board by
One legal ana remains before Is to turn the old building Our community; is not now behind several years ago. A recent the county; commission In lieu st..a1r mss. -- -- -- -- ss -
the building can be Into a museum to bowie a project which could feature story in the Tampa of the commission's giving the
turned over to th e society; Brariflnrd artifacts and his: unite It. W. need one. I'd Ilk* Tribune was headed, he said, school people space In the f T1I
however. Governmental bodies tory. to give it to the Historical "A Vacant Courthouse Awaits new courthouse.Agreement was ,
under state law may exchange Main problem. a. School Society.; Its Future." that if school board sold the old
property but may not Board Attorney Gene Shaw "It seem like people' are building the county; would get
give it to a private organization. pointed out, will be raising. now more Interested In buIld-. "Mainly we're Interestediaipreserving anything over $45,600 the a- t t
money to maintain and Improve ing something new than Inlast "the building for mount It was estimated It would don't know how I ever got along!!
public use, Mrs. Roberts of
But .
the old building. the cost for a new school administrative -
To comply! with the law. Historical Matthews pointed) out that a old 1I gottheree ." the HOC told the school board. eats.Nothing t without Account:'
Society Member E. L. public group the Crosby Lake She said the UDC whlch-llke a a Checking f
Matthews said the society; will Association raised Sawyer also suggested the old room in the building for a will be realized from ,
ask the County; Commission to $12,000 donations for per- courthouse might house the museum. that agreement apparentlysince
create a historical commission petual care of the cemetery. county; library. Sawyer was asked to with- the school board Is don- t t
Such an agency connected with "It sure did," said Matthews draw Ms motion until after a ating the building to the Hlstorlcaj -
a governmental body, he said, School Board Member when asked It Sawyer's motionto Historical Commission has Society.; II
can legally accept ownershipof Charles Sawyer pushed for the donate the building to the actually been formed by the
the old building dating backto move after listening to Bloods- Historical SoelebIf. \ county commission but he refused There were also rumors of t Ii t
1919 and Bradford County's; worth and Matthews state why prised him to do so. talk between City of Starke f
long remaining monument to the building should be pre- "'There Is amazing Interest The old courthouse has been and School Board official al -

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urday night's three car pit.-up. People who have a Checking Account say: "Now I don't have to

around paying bills every month" "I feel so much safer carrying ,
For Free Estimate I
Call Today I checks." "It makes budgeting so much easier," Open your Check ,

Bike Rider Injured. Brooker ing,Account with us and you'll know just what they mean.

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Harris charged with fail An occupant In Potter's car (From AmericanExpress ', ...i.:1........
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Star he Appliance ServicePhone I ure to yield right of way and' Virgil Hughes of Jenklnn, Ky. t Travelers Cheques ::1:+; -""..., !P-.(....... ,.. :. t
entering throuczh a highway. was slightly Injured In the it," was the way another resident 1 I, ':II"" ......
Following die accident another wreck. Hughes'was taken to the summed up the vote.A -= "
964.8363.325 W. Brownlee St. wreck occurred as Joe hospital but refused treatmentand t t
',..>>:, .ws SSSSSfSRM Marklee Alvarez of Lake was taken to the Bradford hearing on Carroll's petition If lost or stolen, you can get them promptly; :; ;replaced:
Butler was struck in the rear County Jail and booked on a to serve beer In the old
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: bv another vehicle while slow- charge of drunkenesa. Hayes Store was held on Jan- Spendable everywhere Cost-only 1 10 per dollar,
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Ing in compliance with a police Porter was charged with uary 14 before Circuit Judge t
PACKAGEDROOT officer working the traffic around careless driving. George L. Patton but a ruling
the preceding accident. has not been announced.
FRUIT NUT According to Sgt. W; II. Bar- I tFLORIDA t
ber of the S.P.D., Alvarez's provide equipment for the plant A city ordinance prohibits the
AND SHADE, TREES, pick-up was struck in the rear here. He met aoout a ;year ago sale of any alcoholic beverage
with of the Bradford within 2,000 feet of a school, '
by another pick-up driven by members '
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SHRUBS BERRIES E. B. Potter of Macon Ga. County asked; Development if there Authorityand would be roll church Is seeking or playground approval to Car-sell t Iii: !B"'AK": :}(, : .iA'\t'\ s)r"t.R':, ''lfS ;1,1't/ t

GRAPES any objections if he sought a, beer for ofrpremllesconlump... .. -;. ,
site locally for, such a plant. tion. t rr ; Member Federal Deposit I : I
1/2/ PRiCESALE. : Rendering lie was told that the DA would { nsuraiieP! Coljt.; f t
have no objection if the necessary In the event Judge Patten rules
Of Florida National
Plant. .' approval and permits were the ordinance invalid the new Subsidiary Banks Of Florida, Inc.
obtained from the health officials city government could adopta L Jt

1st SAFEr (From Page 1)1, trol Board.and the Pollution Con- new law. --- ...

blended with other materials Jones said there Is plenty
Reg Price to make poultry and livestock of room for expansion on the
Flu. Peat feed. After it is In full oper- 80-tract and that he has already -

:j 2nd 1/2/ Price out ation a car the a owners day 000,000 hope pounds.to ship; Interested had inquiries in constructing from persons Central Heating And Air ConditioningCompletely

B u..77 It will have a capacity; to pro a beef slaughtering plantin
Grofon duce three or four times that that location. Such a plant
I: 5 Bu. 347St much, depending on the demand. would be subject to the same
it was said.
Bed Mix 1 pollution control regulations as
Two steel buildings' will be the rendering plant, he said. Installed!
constructed on the site-- one
. RMS MO I To Enrich for the processing plant, about I
c: The Soil & > 8x 180 feet, and another 50 Food Stamp ,
x 100-fcotbuilding for the blend- L.u ,, I
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The for constructionof
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will not actually become effective ,
"" until the company executes persons waste money and have II ,;','d, .'
j D-Con Shrubs the $50,000 bond. Thisis nothing left to buy groceries.In .
Grown expected to be completed contrast they say commodities ,.1 i
The Rat Kilterlib.Meal within a few days Saulter said. placed In their hands
it. .89 In the meantime the are used when they get hun-
. '5 U,. -- companycan .. Ill. ,
ahead with certain slte-
. I47 io lb. --- 1A9 oreparation go work, such as gry.But the commission pledged
its full assistance to Mrs.Brown .
clearing, staking out the buildings
1 lb. Pellets 1"COW 25 lb. --- 2.39 and grading he said. In any way it can help,
noting however the local: board FREE ESTIMATES
The plant will be the first has nothing to do with the pro- Here Is What You Get
of its kind In Florida and It gram.
Nee 15-441
1, was stated by officials thatIt
80,000 BTU Carrier Furnace
ROUND will have none of the undesirable Food stamps have been used
features of the older in Alachua County for nearlytwo Thermostat Controls
MANURE POINT at Doctor's Inlet years Mrs. Brown said.
rendering plant -
Seven Air Supply Ducts
SHOVEL which was recently closedby 9385
40 lb. Bag Reg. 2.29 the Air t Water Pollution One Return Air I Duct)
Control Board because It did CORRECTIONIn
237 not comply with state regulations. All Labor And Materials
NOW $1.77 last week's Issue of The
Royal Jones of Keystone Telegraph, Kentucky Fried, O 2 Tons(24COO( BTU) Air Conditioner
Heights who will manage the Chicken's special for Friday
Bradford County plant, said the Saturday and Sunday read: One Completely Installed
cooking process would be completely thrift box-- 9 pieces of chicken
contained inside the 2.1/2 pints of your choice of Furnance
building and that unloading operations salads or baked beans one 28- Electric
will also be Inside. oz, Pepsi all for only $3.25. Centrally Gas, Oil Or
: Trucks hauling the animal Six rolls should have been Included Available
wastes to the plant are also in the special Located tIv Furnances
enclosed, he said. The Telegraph regrets this
No. 15-72 Jones said the company had error. However Kentucky
been besieged with Inquiries Fried Chicken is running the ,
1 No. 19.875 from chicken processors In the special again this weekend the
19.876 SQUAREPOINT North Florida area since the rolls have been added.
19.877 HAND 3.47 closing of the Doctor's' Inlet
19.879 plant, wanting to know when
LAWTEY COUNCILMEETifG :
TOOlS No. 1 19.178 the"They plant:are here facing would be a ready real POSTPONED Central Heating Only A s Listed Above $795.00VVe

emergency and some of them The Lawtey City; Council
YOUR CHOICE Leaf Rake are having to haul their wasteto did not hold Its regular meetIng -
plants outside the state," Monday night due to t the

Only .33* Now.97 he Jones said is a former representative dish.Illness The of City meeting ClerkEtJiel was postponed Red VVe Service All Mgfrei

of Boss Equipment Co. until 7:30 p.m. Monday,
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NOTICEI
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any debts made by anyone other .i,

Gainesville, Florida 32601 than myself. Ellcano Reeves. t

la The Judicial of Florida In The Circuit Court of The In The Court of the County filed shall be void. claimant and must be swornto cult Court of Florida, Eighth 2(10It 3/2 2/10 2tp 2/17 ri 1 ]

Eighth Circuit; Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida Bradford Florida Michael C. Bergen by the claimant, his agent, Judicial Circuit, In and for ,
Judge County, ... _.___ __ .__ _.__ __ __ ___ _
In and For Bradford County In and For Bradford County As executor: of the Last or his attorney or It will be- Bradford County the suit being u.u
Florida. ,Case No. Case# 1260 IN PROBATEIn Will and Testament of come void according to law. entitled The Marriage of Jones -

IN REi The Marriage of In Re: The Marriage of Ray- re: Estate of Furmon Wilson Furmon Wilson, deceased February I, 1972. Love Campbell wife, and :
Marvin Ray Tool, Husband, and mond C. Evans Jr., Husband Deceased. First publication February 10, /Edward G. Saxon Barry Blair Campbell Hus- New Adult OfferingTWO
Cathy Lynn Teal Wife. and Wife To All Creditors and Persona 1972 Administrator of the Es- band. The nature of this suit
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR NOTICE OF! SUIT having Claims or De- '/0 4t 3/2 tate of Ralph Pearsall,de Is for dissolution of marriage.You .

DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Judy L. Evans, Route 1, mands Against Said Estate: ceased. are required to file your NEW COURSES TO ADD TO THE

Florida name of the State of Buffalo South Carolina 29321. You and each of you are In County Judge's Court, In First publication February 10, answer or other pleadings to
You Are. Hereby Notified that hereby notified and requiredto and For 1972. the Petition with the Clerk of CURRICULUM OF
TOt The Respondent In the an action for divorce has been present any claims or demands Bradford County, Florida. 2/10 4t 3/2 said Court and to serve a copy

above-named cause Cathy Lynr filed against you and you are which you, or either In ret Estate of'Ralph! Pear- thereof upon Petitioner of Pe.titioner's Bradfard-Union Area
Teel whose residence Is 61': required to serve a copy of of you, may have against the Mil deceased. attorneys whose
Spring Street,, Apartment # written If In The Circuit Court of Florida names and address appear below -
4. your defenses any estate of Furmon Wilson, deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Del Rio. Texas 78840 to It on SAW AND KOPELOU-:; late of said County, All Eighth Judicial Circuit, not later than March 7, Vocational Technical Center
creditor of the estateof In and For Bradford County 1972. Herein, fall not, or a
You are hereby notified that SOS, Attorneys for Plaintiff to the County Judge of Brad-
an action for Dissolution of the whose address Is 142 West Call ford County, Florida at .his are Ralph hereby Fearsall notified and deceased' Civil Action Case No. default will be entered againstyou Course In Business MoeMn- ln Jan. 11, 1972-
required
Bonds of Marriage between the Street, P. O. Box 1086 Starke office In the court house of to file any claims or demands Dlvlslo.-. for your failure to ans- Clots Will Mt From 7:00 p.m. Until 10:00 p.m. On
Petitioner or Husband. Marvin Florida 32091 and file the original said County; at Starke Florida, which they have In Re: The Marriage of Jo- wer or plead. Tuesday and Thursday.
may against nez Love Campbell and Dated this 28th day of Jan-
Ray Teel. and the Respondentor with the Clerk of the Wife
within six calendar months from Bunka
said estate In the office of the Japan! Embrodery To Begin Jan. 12 1972.
Barry Blair Campbell Hus A. D. 1972. ,
Cathy ,
Wife,, Lynn Teel baa.}.. above-styled Court on or before the time of the first publication county Judge of Bradford County uary Clots Will Mt From 7:00 Until 10:00 '
Gilbert S. Brown On
p.m. :
been filed against Respondent March 6. 1972 otherwise a of this notice. Each claimor band.NOTICE p.m.
you as Florida In the courthouseat
and
OF SUIT Clerk of the above entitled Monday Wodnotday.
by Marvin Judgment may be entered a- demand shall be In writing
Ray TeeL Starke, Florida, within six
To: Barry B. Campbell M.D.C. Court
as Petitioner In the above- galnst you for the relief demanded and shall state the place of
calendar months from the date i
O. Mall Room Box *90. By: Boulah M. Moody
styled Court and cause and ;you In the Complaint. residence and post office address of the first publication of this U. S. Naval Hospital. San Diego Deputy Clerk For Further Information'
are required to file your de- WITNESS my hand and the of the claimant, and shall notice. Each claim or demand
California 92134 Anderson &
fense or answer to the Petition seal of said Court on the 4 be sworn to by the claimant, must bo In writing and must You are hereby notified that Folds Fagan, Crouch PLEASE CALL 964-6150
as filed therein with the day of his agent or attorney and anysuch
S.Blown state the place of residenceand Jonez Love Campbell has filed Attorneys for Petitioner .
Clerk of the Circuit Court >nand Gilbert claim or demand not so post office address of the ,
.
for Bradford County, As Clerk of Said Court ,va suit against you In the Cir 212 S. E. First Street ,,

Courthouse Starke Florida By Virginia F. Darby

32091 and serve a cop /,,.poi Deputy Clerk II!! .

the Petitioner's' attorney. Bar ..... '\
Epoll
ton T. Doug tea. 103 North Main First publication: February 10. ,. .. '"
0ib1. to
1972. T.
Street, P. 0. Drawer 1228, .. .. ......... L. I .
Gainesville, Florida 32801, on 2/10 4t 3/2 ...
or before the 21st day of February :
1972; and, If you fall 'V\

to do so a Default will be In The Circuit Court of The I' .
taken against ;you for the relief Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida I '

demanded In the Petition, In and For Bradford County. 'i'lllb..r;; .-
and thereafter said cause shall Case #1261
.
proceed ex parte. In Re:The Marriage of Georgo ",...,..-,,- '- j, .
WITNESS my hand and seal B. Hunnicutt, Husband and Nell 1"

of said Court this 13th day of A. Hunnlcutt, WifeNOTICE 1cSU4EP: I. s. :
January ,A. D. 1972 at Starke OF SUIT : .:' "," : ''
.
:
;
Florida. To: Nell A. Hunnicutt, 1505 ; .: ;;. ,;'..'. .

GIlbert S. Brown Brunner Street, Cullman, Ala- I ,' / f'/J./.A I IIII I .::...'... ''I.rry'AI .... ;.:
As Clerk of Said Court bama. ::: .0. : ..
Bvi Beulah M. Moody You Are Hereby Notified that ///I'i.-j .: ..
As Deputy Clerk an action for divorce has been
1/20 4t 2/10 filed against you and you are '

required to serve a copy of .. .

In The Circuit Court Eighth you written defenses if any ''rj" i..'

Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn to It on SHAW AND KOPELOU-

and CIVIL For Bradford ACTION County .whose SOS Attorneys address la 142 for West PlaIntiff.Call \., ..." ....' V" r ,,'

Street, P. O. Box 1086. Starke IV \\1[\ e I .. '
-
Case No. 1253 '" >" { l' A ... .tJWUJ "
Joseph Edward Wilson. Plaintiff Florida 32091 and file the original 't il !d (; fff; I & ".:'1fV yy '" .' I \t.U: l pso .1'
with the Clerk
-vs- Alice Faye Wilson, of the fi! ,. (;;//1P. .r.d".Jrr>\i'f I" l? 0 ..-.-.-' ( .- .. .
ii. ; ,
above-styled Court on or before ; :i' -
Defendant. ')c.t ol, ... ", :.A" '''' JI ;._ -- --= I 5"l't ?;
March 6. 1972 otherwisea t .. ;:;: .
NOTICE OF SUIT- J: it -": V.VV'. : t'Y' -
/ lJ" : <.: .
/ &VAAA
be ,
NO PROPERTYTo Judgment may entered against .981' I .'" .. "VJ

: Alice Faye Wilson you for the relief demanded :J1 A AM.A IN' "11... X k) '
w-H'
In the Complaint. '<: _- 'A
You are hereby notified that rv nv '
for DIVORCE has been WITNESS my hand and the a..iejsz! F" \ 'e 10.1 4 '.
an action \ : 1 ii
seal of said Court
filed against you Alice Faye of on the 3 day l4 :-

Wilson and you are required to February, 1972. .

serve a copy of your written Gilbert; Brown, '; ;; :(, o .
As Clerk of Said Court 'r / .. "
to It tI18plaintiff'S .1 '' ..
defenses. If any on &. y ;< ; to '
r-
By Betty Edwards .1 .
: ; : : ,
attorney whose name 'j I.
.kl.o.tie f' 1
$ '
and address Is George H. First Deputy Publication Clerk: February 10, .: S ;2-Pf' ;#(? '-/ J j. Men'si' if; S-\JZ7 : f; Nj Iy d'.10' ;_ ,.
P. O. Drawer 1030 .. -'", .
Pierce ....
1972 ( ,' 1,' DressUleans p 't:? J},; IAAAA.A. IffJ, :
file the
Starke. Florida with the and clerk of the 2/10 4t 3/2 Oddlid !Suiti!t; 'J.tA xEtieepd.3pnNIC.I. U\ .3i "V' V" '. '' '';,; rv V'4V' ,;f )I'( ( ,
original '
.
;; \ .
SEAL 1 <' "" t"! .... ,. ..... Jt..lt ','I"i I. '.
before .. "
court or '
on .
above styled trl ,.I./Ofhl/ 21st day of February,1972, '" A /font attic, purchase from ..i'f .:, Lox Soap ; G.E. Steam ,, ..". Firesidef( : ".'( "
otherwise a Judgement may be NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE '... hlt'-Y'Sk./ctmd ,' a Famous Mat| .rnCiootregular | ,;i ", .. .- & Dry Irons. ...'s .mt.: : : .

entered against you for the relief 'Notice Is hereby given that ';tt/r I+ "Iwrot any beer It I or /flar. 10 styling tfRtCU Size BARS IN; *i,,.>> : < Snick. PartfCrackers]
demanded In the complaintor pw "I ", f.f. In popular Looped waist.s .:i't}:EITHER!/ WHITE,OK PINK. Conrowrad block handl.) for. \ .
Sheriffof peslPMdach .
:1 P. D. Reddish as .
L ... 't 74H1
and .
.
rdrg, .inn o .. ... Plaid. ,. *'lnol' pack for(
petition. hand and the seal Bradford County Florida, { "r\\' cot' +....lfll......' 4 pock.... 51... 28 to 34. '" ,. < h 5 :'. >r' Witness my p <" Hand'abic' dial, far all
.. ]
under and by virtue of Writof ;(: ry qltw1'nl'' nib Wt.3J! Os tap and dollclavl.NHT '
20 :Jo:" ,
Court January 1Jt. dlicat "WashA
of said on fabrics.r.n '
'
,
Execution, to-wlt <, .. t.a ktflWl "Q.., ,1& 1
... War".
1972 1' \ :s.- .r; WT.
Small
Execution Issued out of \ < am.
Gilbert S. BrownAs TJ., .ff. \. I fo 11 02.
CourtofBradfordCoun- \ LIMIT' el i .
Clerk of Said Court Claims Final ; 1,'>1 1'r Y.oI. :_r MODEL :: a
Florida pursuant to a ..
ty, DI. .
r' .
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs ;< 0' I F62 I ;!('
Deputy Clerk Judgement for Ernest W. Allen (, .96)I I 'I .

(Court Sean dbaCity Fish & Meat .,. ... .w .' <' '11",1 ___ \1''''
1/27 4t 2/tf Mkt. of Starke Florida and jj"\ e.p.
...:,
..;.. .
against Austin Smith & Betty; .'i&L .,
Smith defendants. In the amount '- ptJ '
W e.. --
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO of $363.31 together with vJ \, I \ p.\05
NAME costs of collection ( !; 1 T't1 ] Gal. Eagle
REGISTER FICTITIOUS ,
Notice Is hereby given that Have seized and have In my Cv t ,\ Men's WhiteDress .ous. + )-' ) -," J Route 66 r- ... Make UpMirrors
,
possession the following described c' ;, Wash ) UI' !
the undersigned under the pro- Shirts M<\. :, Mouth .. II
vision of 20.953 Laws of Flo- personal. property town '!i : i --I Anti- FreezeMicnn .
rida Acts of will regis- : {:); I I b Ouri<. .
1941 l I Complot. with ,
Rust and carrying
.
ter with the Clerk of the Circuit 1971 Tax Book: Austin Smith \ Short dew. Lustrouswhite ,-- ,a'.- inhibitors corrosion tea, magnifying, and
Court In and for Bradford Page 59Parcel ....... "New Iron" MICRIN /flat ,
Ii dacranandco'lon.l.ono Men's e & 'ui ..... eNr., oddod. mirror
Florida proof of #0806-00100 Sec. 27- 1 GALLON
County upon collar. 14 to 17. ruv "TI-FREf
point
publication of this notice the 6-21. 20 acres. Com at S.W. V y .--0.: ... D Dress Shoes ....,...,........' U.L. 5 ave 2.00
.. .
.
..... -
fictitious name of Dave Paulk Corner of S.E. 1/4 of N.E.: Save 15" J' ". .. Approved
,
Wid..lecuonof ED Cord a.tyls
.
under which I 1/4 south 889.7 for P.O.B. 1\, ,yvtu.nmwrr, .u to-'Qi'
Land Clearing run In block & VALUES'I I """'-- <,"'. ..
at Crosby South 69' East 1056" South to I' .
am engaged business .. .: brown.A/fabulous TO : --
Lake P. O. Box 1210 Starke waters edge of Sampson Lake. I-: 6 '11I voluo. 7 to 12. 514.95 t ? .
r 1'- ...
1050' ) i I M rl. .rr ....
Florida. Westerly on waters edge ) ltleV --_ (;. ;1. ."_. rc--:; -
Hazel U. Paulk (sole owner MLto West Line of East -'" rj' If. F $] G m Proctor Ellen

& operator) Crosby Lake P.O. 1/2 of Southeast V4 North 660' ... -=- "" .., 2SliceToasters
Box 1210 Starke Bradford to P.O.B. approximately 1050' '\ 11

County, Florida. on Lake. Schick Super Chromium '
-w.:
.
Dated this 1st day of January .... I I' (I-L

A. D. 1972 at Starke Bradford Special Warranty Deed O.R. : Double Edge Blades G., p.rf.c'/
Book 47 Page 123 toast from
County, Florida. WastcloHmovmnt. any
-- 10" Precision ml
Men's 'Q ;7: hind of breed
H. Smith Eollne W.
1/27 4t 2/17 W. Ivorycabin 1"1"11"
,' S.leer
Smith) to Austin Smith for and Deck SneakersLadies' ,,(' '6 *!. '- I .'ffl..y color :ron n I I.cChalco
during his natural life with Canvas Sneakers Sdve 34 7 Save 217 'UI'Eagle '

NOTICEMr. remainder over to Mildred Sturdy whit duck .

Ralph Bryan Et Al has Smith the wife of the said Austin black. of Th.whit total or .d;SI;;' .),I tmI upper.f n.n."ol.Cushionedf ,Sur e, .: ll i-- i Mod.1 .:,:n.2'. Faave.p NAT'LLY..ADV. Flif
comiar. l
the Brad- Austin Smith Jr. snokr. I
made Application to Smith and C. grip sons. 6 to 12. 1-' Edge CR.801 ;J1CV7 A. $9.96A.J
ford County Zoning Board for Linda Kay Smith, and Ralph 51.. 5 to 10. 0
.
reclasslfication of the property Thomas Smith as tenants in :/ ... ."- -' Protective
described below from EA Common of Bradford County, 1 Gal.
(Exclusive Ag) to RI-A (Residential Florida. Grantees Sp. War- /;; ::,?.I : __ -e Boys gML1' Shave Cream v.T I ,d) Rival
0 Hand EagleChinch
). Deed R 47-129
ranty < 'r0' Flare [, usa_... -
;
Com on W Line of Sec. 24. ij '...... ( I
above "
As the property; of the : >4,' : .. Mixers
6S, 22E at Point 545.4'from Nly and on C"X:/ Striped leans.Men's A:: '
SW Cor N 83 degreesWOO" named defendant that .: ; Em lctric Lawn Spray
E 1992.6', N83degre&s Monday, the 6th day of March, Men'sWhite Waahab1. 10O"i ray -<:;:;... mi 3-iptd..rwith portobl chrome *botrs, -
:: =
Positvly
Fm.adoring >
12'00' 2017'. S 0 degrees 1972 at twelve o'clock Noonon Orion Stretch Socks Handkerchiefs in on.assortad colors. thumb-tip been *icror, to guorantotd kill
43'00" W to Sly' R/W of St. said day on the premises MakorSii.s Sin, s 6 to 16. hsal ,... dsign, and con chinch: bugs andother
POB Court a '10 to 13. 100% hmmd .nl.n' wall storage. c..NC" lawn In.
Rd. 18 for POB, from of the Bradford County "IYri' I
,4r' whit. cotton. law S avo 20" Save2.00 I\iI \\ 1 GAL.Famous .
% Soy. .en
Save 24 hJIJi
I will W
of St.
ELv along Sly R/W House-North West Door ......c Packaged. r. I...' 1111I ::I :
#16-18.86 Chains S 3.03 offer for sale and sell to the .t" :-'aa _." I'h.'ON-
Rd "
.
chains Wly Par to fly: R/W highest bidder for cash In hand .. .. 10 .00' .. ;s:; 6 mJI -' Bi

of St Rd 16, 18.86 chains the above described properly; % ........ ....... Mod.I.34 ...., .. ;I
NO', degrees 43'00" E 3.03 said defendant to satisfy the _.

and being South POB of All St.lying Rd. aforesaid P. D. Reddish execution.Sheriff ; Ladies' Girls' '" Boys' /. .,,.

18. Bradford County. Bradford County, Florida l Printed 1 Eagle ...:.
; .i. Y Jersey i Flare LegSlacks :
classification 2/10 4t 32NOTICE
This change In j h Spray Paint
Shirts WickerSewing @ -
is subject to a public hearingto r'1' Dresses l I *4;

be held on Tuesday Feb. OF BIDS /I ) FLC819, 100.. Cotton 1'-;': ..... Quick drying. For Interior rj :6 //
,
29th at 7:30 PM In the County l.on..I..d Bond.dacylcln ,,1 and Mtorior. ,, I
shiftstylo. ... f I Vo"'y 01 math SPMV ,
popular solids & fame; +
:
Commission room at the Brad- Sealed bids will be receivedup Bautifyl Half boxsr want.Si a cut. wy m e.' 1' lYAME'a: ; ;
ford County Court House at to and later than 11:00 .., ,%. (print.. ,.ot3'6X-7'U. ?.n Sou 2 to e. ; j L---.u.
( 11 I B" with
which time all persons interested A. M. Februarynet 18, 1972 In the 'Ci(,j ._"G 1 lOta le/...""!! Save 20" 237I a .. Wickr Saw. 19"
Sow. 37" Savo
shall be heard for or office of the Business Manager "? Sav I.OS ..,.heallnp.n

against the proposal ss specified Florida State Prison,, for the ,7 -. O : cushion lining.MwiJ "
.
,1- .. I JJ 3-
In the Zoning Code of sale of Pine Pulpwood harvested ..' ., BI t: III'I, em .,.... tmJ :. QiI
Bradford County by prison forces. Bid forms I 6 9 ....!. I I -.-C. Y"......
John Torode ChairmanBradford may be secured from that of- k"-.J"

County fice.

2/10 Zoning 2t 2/17 Board 2/10 2t 2/17 (pVfi. w ) gMsT.sriW

.
NOTICEI

NOTICE will not be responsible for -
iHti** evfilfii'.iivrsfsps' in.tsia *t* rtiT*
IWS.J.S..II SIC inn ims
I will not be responsible for debts Incurred by any person SMI < W !' **""*""'A?. CS KSLIMMIS MIMMVIVtil 'b k M *MI tlir > t I.-MI* BIMHIUI
own. other than myself. or with my list *> ( tat JSHMS > < SI<(* IIITItf KIXKT; > Mt ii.i i *i any debts other than my list n zt *vr mi ii H.iiiH .nUMiiK .mtMumt sirsus.ki* (>! r> pst> i s |imiiiiiiu
laude Louis HUUard. 2tp permission.Clyde[ Hersey. lift *. T VCIDU US* T I I ;IPLTIUttUITI ;
2/10 Zip 2/17 ; l l| ( l ISI 11 ltlC.I>t| ilMtTU

2/17 .- OUANTflV *IGHTS. BlSI'Via SATISFACTION GUABANTEID OB YOUB MONEY SACK -


Goyan tQ"1 Tf71" "FCDAPiI, : P.\r.J<: !5;

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Some husbands never know that Taxes may be :staggering, but Army Announces Training Travel Options Available

their wives consider them they never go down .u_
"In adaiaon to me career:
financial wizards until they Community News The Department of the Army and when a vacancy exists In listed above,, the Army
stand before the judge 10. BRAT: A child who acts like has announced new "Training their Job description and rank Is groups also offering Training and
divorce court :your own, but belongs to a and Travel" options available and when they have completed Travel options for svectflo '
;i neighbor. ..for soldiers who are Interested their Korean tour. training as Field Radio MechanlesT :

DELL CHAPTER OES By Elizabeth Givens Walker la combining Army Power Generator ECBdP'J, 'J
Dell Chapter 168 Family schooling: with overseas duty. Home EconomistsTo meat Operators Ground' Surveillance
GAINESVILLEBusiness and Friends Day, will be .held Creator Bethlehem Freewill According 'to %to Wayne, View Fashion r Radar Crewman and
Sunday, Feb 13, at 3 p.m. la CHURCH NEWS Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Glenn local Army recruiter Tank Turret Repairman.** Sgt.
Greater Bethlehem Freewill after completing their training Forecast For 72 "
The Fellowship organization William castor. Monday: night Glenn said.Further .
Baptist Church. AU members will hold Its regular meetingat of each week Choir No. 3 In. the U.S.. enlistees In the Information concerning .- f
DirectoryAUTO are asked to please be present .. Greater Allen Chapel AME and Ushers Board No. 2 meet. Combat Engineer of Field *r- The Central Florida:' Home these and other Army enlistment ,. \
for this affair. The PUb- Church Sunday:' Feb. 27, at .4 Prayer Meeting each Wednesday :' UI1eI'MII.n.Rocket-. Economics Association will options canbeobtalned
lic Is invited to attend this p.m. AU young people are night. Thursday night StoryHour eer groups are guaranteed 16 by calling: Sgt. Glenn at 786-
hold Its noon luncheon meeUncSaturdlQ
program. We are asking the invited to take part in this af at the ChurchA The Ladles months with the U.S. Army 'Feb. 12, at Belts Un- 5800 collect or by visiting him
.
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES cooperation of the Masonic Europe. Service Local: :
fair. will meet at the home at Selective
Circle ion, Room 233 on the University -
Soldiers who elect Air Defense
-
Family.HAMPTON.
Sarah Prince Thursday Board No. 18 In Starke. '" each
of Mrs. ........ Law Enforcement of Florida campus,Gaines
BRASINGTON r .. Greater Allen Chapel AME night. Friday night the or .Tuesday at
ville.
Church: Rev. C. E. Jenkins Band will, meet at the career groups may '
Johnson Farin Inca" Prayer Miss .Anne Bell, Fashion Coordinator -
choose 13 months In Korea U
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Senior Choir rehearsal Elizabeth Wright
pastor. home of Mrs. for Mass Brothers, a.m.w .
desired Those who serve In
SALES A SERVICE each: Tuesday: night before In South Starke. Fashion Forecast -
SEEDS PLANTSInsecticide will present
-
have choice of
Korea also assIgnment -
i the first and third Sunday. Junior Choir No. 2 will rehearse *.
Selection ..! Used Car' world-wide to 72.
Fine By Karen Choir rehearsal Wednesday night at the church.Saturday ; any
Cadniae Tradm Pet SajwUesFKHTIUZEBS Supsky eacn Friday unit where All area home economists are
Taken jOn or geographical
at 7 pjn. All Choir night the I Can Circle Invited to attend and bring
tool N.W tatn Ph. ns-m]1! YOU MAY BE NEXTI! members are asked to please will sell dinners from the kitchen Reservations must be DRIVE-IN

We Rent 'Fertilizer Spreader Many residents of Hampton be present and on time. SundayIs Sunday Is Youth Day. A study reveals that made by Wednesday Feb. 9,
Barkley Motor, Inc, S24 NW. lilt Ph. 37S-0478 and other nearby communities Special: Rally Day, :services :. Sunday School will be held at people with low IQs get many aloof to Mrs. Brenda Curry, Sewing
have become quite upset of will begin with Sunday. 0:30 and Morning Worship well with their aelghbors. Its Circle Fabrics 2619 NW 13th Show Begins At Sundown
School at 10 a.m. At 11 a.m. 11. Dinner will be held at Street Gainesville!
TOYOTA the wise ,
they can't stand.
late.The gay FRI. SAT. FEB. 11,12t
GLASS reason behind their anxiety Morning service with a guest 12:30.: At 3 p.m. The Familyand ,
4 wheel drive and ennay has been the malicious speaker and Choir from Or- Friend Day program will '
Sale, Park, Service destruction of the Santa Fe lando. Evening service, 5:30.: be held by the Eastern Stan ....
Clean Ueed' rr.r: n Cemetery near Hampton Lake. All members are asked to cooperate and the Masonic Family. The ... -=
UDDELL Numerous bead.tonelenve- with this activity.: AU public Is Invited to attend.Even- FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdaya >
1700 N. Molls J7'.12M' site, and other cemetery fixtures .* members are asked to bring lag/ service: will be held at 6 G" '
Glass Company have been turned over, a covered dish. Dinner will p.m. The speaker will be Mrs.Leola .
Beauty Academy_ destroyed, and generally a- be served' on the church: McCutcheon, who will 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00

"CUM Fir Every Parpo e" bused. grounds. The public Is Invitedto speak on the Women Home Mission
POWELL'S atone Fronts-Mirrors The burial place of many attend. Program.
Tub n dose.-8lwwere loved ones need not be so mistreated District Conference: will be FRI., SAT., SUN. FEB. 11, 12, 13

Beauty Academy Furniture" Tope Glass Re by pranks foolish per held here on March: 29-30.Plans Ebenezer Baptist Church: FRI. AT 7:30 SAT. AT 6 & 9:10:
placed sons. Those responsible surely are being made for the entertainment Rev Leroy Davis Pas tor.Bible SUN. ,JI
AT
Learn PmIll io.D In Tour have no morals to deface sucha for the two days. Class Is held each Monday 3.6.9:15: ;
Spare+ Time. FuHl or Part Time NEW LOCATION meaningful place, and are Everyone Is asked to cooperatewith nlgtit. Prayer Meeting each igp, 219 N.W. loth 375.2766ELECTRIC requested to please stop. the program' Thursday night. Sunday School WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS! 1
.
IUf, So.,Main OatowrUte+ ..! will conclude services for the SOON AMMAN' CQO*
MOTORS CIRCUS CAPERS day. Regular services will be '* BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR-JOHN MILLS A NAUONALa5NAAL PICTURES; MlftASt
3724191372-1102 The students In Mrs. Cano- held the third Sunday Feb. 20, *A BEST aNEMATDGRAPHY PLUS -
ELECTRIC va's Kindergarten:' Mrs. Hair's ... MOVIE" with! Sunday School at 9:45.
lit grade and Mrs. Wiggle- Morning service at 11 a.m. "****MASTERP1ECEI! ABEAUTIFUI.PlCTUREr 'Btafr
Motor Co. MOTORCYCLES ,
Repair worth's 2nd grade classes enJoyed Evening service, 6:30: p.m. wwN.NM.Nwn.wyN-
Of Oalnearine. UK*. lAL1lAND' IIIIVICI a Saturday field trtp to "Ryan' Daughter" listed as ."' Faa '
the CIl'culInJack.onv1l1e.1'JIQ: one of 1971 ten best films, F Nlf
Repairing Swlndm t U2rUKIecuav attended the 102nd edition of plays at the Florida Theatrethis Smokey Says: ithi.t-

Now am tTsed .. ,... .- the Singling Bros. A Barnum Friday through Sunday ....... S l lIirII I.l''
2816 K. W. 18th Ph. 87X318 -.. d and Bailey Circus. Feb.11- / TREES GIVE US Film of M
Lean's
A Leaving from the school at FUmed In Super PanaVlsIon WOOD FOR FUEL David

MOVERS : : 8:15: a.m., the group returnedat and Metrocolor: "Ryan's AMD PAPER FOR
5t''fl1:: : :1 3 p.m. Many parents accompanied Daughter" was written for the BOOKS N READ A
.ADII mores them with preschoolers screen by Robert Bolt, hus- sDaughter
Lone DI.t.nce Moving, ---- and other children band of Sarah Miles who plays Badw
.
..-. -...... .. .. '
Storage racking not In those grades.: Accompanying : the title role. It also stars
Crating snipping' = L37:9527; the students also was Robert Mltchum, Trevor Howard TICeCOLO A Urvi'.AA MC.UA,
Free Estimates Cap A swain, :LL., M.... Clark one of the special Christopher Jones and John
education teachers.SENIOR Mills.
Bolts It in SUN. "WON. FEB. 13,14 ;
set
story a remote ,
MUSICBALDN ..
Irish village in 1918. It .
CITIZENS !! "HOT GIRLS FOR :
Senior Citizens met concerns a young girl, playedby ROBERT MCHUM-IKKXHCVWD-CrtiGIOFKR JONES .
Hampton Sarah Miles, going through JCHoI MUS-LEO IVcKfRN: and SARAH MIESChyxJSciBea iIl'\ "KEN' ONLY" 'j
Feb. 3 at the Hampton CityHall
what Bolt calls "the whole tra av b/O6( RT eaT ftcduced by ANTHONY/ HAVtlOOC-AUAN '.
for their Valentine meet .
PIANOS &ORGANS gic-comic business of growingup A.NCCCKA.dIPV "'NMION/ MGM '
ing. The meeting was PLUS -
Van Service Inc. tote of adjusting your aspirations "
by pledge of allegiance
CHOICE OF
THE ARTISTS
to without abandoning
reality -
American Flag. Mr. Kerrigan Special Saturday MatineeALL "UNCLE TOMCAT'S ',
.
SS4t N.E.: WaUe.lt*. OVOle < to all Senior them altogether.
39rr t JiJM M rave Citizens a greeting of from the Leo McKern: plays the girl's Foretl wild fire deitroytheia TICKETS 50c HOUSE OF KITTENS" "
Hampton, doting rather: Tom Ryan,whose benefit I Ie
Starke Senior Citizens Club.
AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. worship of her has made her
He then gave a report on help willful and heedless. As owner e "TRUE GRIT"WITH Rated X 18 yrs. up .:
BLOUNT PONTIAC G'vlll. Shopping C".. 372-5351\ for the' aging and discussedthe of the village pub Ryan Is also Loud voice on the !but:
GUS INC. food stamp program. Sing an Informer for the BrlU.h.and "What irritate me it that 10 I. D.'s Required ,
Farm and IndustrialEquipment ing was enjoyed by the group brings tragedy, to Mi daugh many of our leaden were at Adm. 1.25
.. -. and then Mayor Arthur Bruno wrong about Vietnam as I JOHN WAYNE AND GLEN CAMPBELL I.
_H_ ; ''crowned the Klng'and Queen, ter.Robert{ Mltchum portrays was." ?!... "... .. ,..d :. :. .. .
an .
; of Hearts, Mr. and Mrs. Wat.tersoiv Wr
Mrs. Bruno took pictures older man a school teacher -
Santa Fe Tractor: of the King and Queen but strong willed, whom .the v
and presented them with a girl marries. The life Is simple I
Factory Authorized FORD picture as a souvenir Games even quiet until a British 8
Pontiac were played and then a time Army major, Christopher Gold (I
Sales-Parfs-Servlce Farm Tractors A Implements of visiting while having valentine Jones, wounded on the Western Kist.
cake and coffee. Everyone Front comes to the village's For can't better seed and fertilizer.See '
bigger higher quality yields
210 N. MainGainesville. USED EQUIPMENT!: has a special Invitation to meet small garrison to return. Time you buy .

Fla. .U.Es PART felEKVIICB with the Hampton Senior Cltisens anc'I.commonlntere.tlnhor.eback:' your Farmers Mutual 1 Exchange for Gold Kist living seed I ; ll'
on Feb 17, at riding: bring the major
372.2583,. .
Hampton and the married girl together mixed fertilizer and Green fertilizer.ga :
4488 N. W. 6th. 373548 CIQHall from 1 to chemically Charger prilled j ,
3 p.m. Come and In a story of love.
bring friend
GAINESVILLE FLA. "The Light" At The Edge Of Good things for the farm and from the farm. ';
The world based on a Jules .
Verne navel, stars Kirk Doug- .,.,, [
.. '
Yesterdays asparagus las, Yul Brynner, and Saman- r'q< ,. ..!.Nt:.', : 4T
j. -
tha Eggar plays Friday and f: ;.>
Saturday. Feb. 11 12. at the <'\ """ .:;.11r .\;,, ... ,, .
tomatoes leftover fish 301 Drive-In. Douglas playsa > ""7"' "it. .1 ., \.

mysterious American, the .. t'J! O". ,. VIGoH 7
reluctant: defender of a lighthouse ",
against a crew of pirate .' U 1.'j .
and 'Tommy's old sneakers. shipwreakers. Their leader hat 'r t} is f<)\:! ..
. CBrynner) Is an evil sensualist :
rn ? ,
who thirsts for wealth and ,

power. Miss Eggar has the .,. ....It., ,
",..' ,
Tomorrow : clean landfil! role caught of a beautiful between young tom woman The ,,;,! ". '" .":..,{ .,.

story is satin 1865 on a tiny

For a world seeking to handle its huge volumes of garbage without Island off Cape Horn the southennost .
harming the environment imagination is creating new solutions.With tip of South America -
Just after the Infant nation ,
-
the help of electricity. .
of Argentina Inaugurateda .1. i t.
One example is the growing pile of clean, odor-free material lighthouse- "The Light At T ,". J1 RY f
pictured below.This is the end product after 1700 tons of garbage The Edge Of The World." "
week are processed at the Solid) Waste Reduction Center in "The Hired Hand," a west. ,
Pompano Florida. em filmed entirely In New Mexico "
Electrically powered conveyors bring the waste to a huge which Peter Fonda:' stars :-

pulverizer-also electrically powered. Metals are sorted out for and directs: forms a double
bill at the drive-in and
recycling. cardboard and paper are pulled out for shipment to paper Saturday. The film Friday tells the

mills. And what comes out of the pulverizer is a shredded dry story of Fonda who, after seven \ .
material that has no detectable odor and cannot support firesor years of wandering, decidesto i '
insect and rodent life. Another electrical conveyor carries it out. return to his wife (Verna t
as shown below. And what once was offensive garbage will become Bloom) and child. His partner ';
useful.landfill, restoring the soil and benefiting the environment.Just (Warren Oates) Joins him at ,1
as electricity brings you the convenience the ranch as a hired hand. The .'

;,, of home garbage disposal and a cleaner kitchen love of the wanderer come home w
and the wife is
''het it with the of gradually rekindled
s helping job cleaningup
but then
the past catches -
': the world outside. ,........, ..j,: up" with the cowboy. It.I

,d ClwlrlcMy,,:part of llw" samara r-r-, '. .,. .. ." Playing Sunday and Monday, ,
Feb. 13 14, at the driveInare sop I
1., "Hot Girls For Men Only"
and "Uncle Tomcat's House
'or Kittens." Both films are
rated X. ID'S are required and
only those 18 years of age
and up will be admitted. Ad-
mission Is $1.25.

1t fi.a' .


e : : MEN 'WANTED


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CATTLEAND 4
> ; .

LIVESTOCKBUYERS .


We want men In this are.
Train to buy cattle irw.p mss,
and host. wN b'y
We will train qualified men to
4 Ai. h"M with tome livestock exptrlence. .
For local' Intervitw
t write today with your back
.round. Include your full
... and phone number

CATTLE BUYERS, INC.

4L 4420 Mail,MKama
C...,. Me. 64111 4.

Kist Inc Atlanta Oorgl*

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES:
Grace United MethodUt Sun Everyday Low ,Prices!
day School flU;Worship Mr.
vices 11 suiuwl 7
p.m.;
MVF .8 p.m.)..Prayer mefliWednesday. Weekly Specials!
7,(ua. Choir lieU >
., 8 tun. '
The WSCS me?at the hams
of rs..R.E. Lee aa Tuesday -
evening o*last week with agood
attendance. The next meeting
will be on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at

10a.m.turchof God.Sunday School :TI
10 LIDo Worship Services, U
a.m. and 7:30I.JD. Family; )
night Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 'yF
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 0:45!: ,. Worship* Services BEEF PEO cL _
11 am. and 630 p.m., Prayer
meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. so;.
lord by choir imcttce.

PERSONALS N

Miss Esther Mason Miss

t of Minnie Jacksonville Burnett and visited Lotmy Misses Akt PRICES! GOOD THURS., FEB. 10 WED., FEB. 16 Quantity RightsReserved

Arthurlne and Enca Blanchard' .

I on Mr.Friday and afternoon.Mrs. Ronny MCCI I. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WINN COPYRIGHT DIXIE. STORES.INC. l >2WD *

Ian and children of Jessup Ga,
spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. L.;., M. McClellan.Sunday
dieter guests of the McClel- iu
lane were Rev;'end Mrs.Charlie / thuck Roast
Redding of Raltord. Mr.and
Mrs. Wlllard Collins.Mrs.Cat- au
herring{..Thompson. of Lakeland,
Mrs. J. Q. Futoh Mrs. BeaaleWelsh
,-,of Plant City; Mr. and H IC
Mrs. Lacy Futch of{Waycro.s.Ga. ,
., and Mrs.. R. H. Futch of aiJe
Lawtey BRAND nine W-D IRAND USDA CHOICE BEEr j1'i

the Mrs.weekend Truman rrfth Norman her son spent and 21c PER LB. I(7'(
Gr. Beef. Calif.
daughter-in-law Mrs. baY Norman,' Mr.., In. Chief-and .1 10 $5" Roast 99C

land. W-D BRAND USDA VV D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS
Mr. :and Mrs. Greg Dyal of LB. JjY II
Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. ci"Steak.88c( Si.w.$119
Chuck
were visiting- Mr. and;; Mrs.
Leo Dyal and Mrs Lomle Mos-
ley over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Padgettand
Roddy of Gainesville J were JUMBO SCOTT' PAPER GRADE"A"W/RIBS/ REDI-BASTED
visiting' Mrs. Earl Padgett


Force through weekend Doyle|Base the Kemp with weekend.Miss Mr.of Kessler and spent Mrs.Air the T O.W E L S GRADE Turkey"A"Turkey Breast LI. 79cYWU.D RI( E'YS


children Perry.Mrs.Kemp.W.of,F.Largo'Woodard. .. were weekend and GRADE"A"TURKEY WINOS Thighs OR ,,.

visitors of Mrs. C. R. DrumsticksFRESH LI.39c .r...................u.u
Crews. On Saturday they all Limit 4 with $7.S0.r mar purchase excluding cigarette 0 Si-
visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy E x.RP '
SHANK HALF OR WHOLE
Clayton and son and Mr. and S I I d'Ji GREEN STAMPS i,
Mrs. M. A. Clayton In St. Au- or k. Hams 69c .''"-M n,M.CMWM AM.MWCMAH e
gustine.' A.'e 0 0 0 LB ONE USDA GRADE"A" S
Mr.and Mrs;Jack Wainwright ... W.D BRAND CUBED QUICK FROZEN ,
and family of Waycross. Ga. LI 89 W-D Brand Turkey ;
were weekend guests of Mrs. C Beef f Sfeakeffes .2 PIG: $1 t GOOD THRUFEaIe
T. L. Walmrrlgtit. Jack Jr. 33 No. 7
remained for a week's visit. $ W D..w.' .tocAl.._MHI.*.wflif.._... .c
' Mr. and Mrs.,A] Pearson of
j' Jacksonville and Mrs. H. C. { 1\, Smoked Picnics! SSc, ,', .USDA_ :.GRADE: "A". .
Wainwright the weekend gird f.91I
spent ; .
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with Mr. and Mrs.Jesse Stan --- w W.DIRANDAUMEAr' 1/ /u., ... QUICK FROZEN A
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Inc In Bartow. ",
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Sliced Bologna : : 59C
ROLLS
and Jay of Live Oak were visit.
'
Inc Mr. and Mrs.W. F. Moore W-D IRAND COOKEDSliced
on Sunday and the Moors honored Ham '12 .. $P9) 16 LBS. & UP LB.
:
the Thomases with a belated e -
birthday party since their
birthdays both eune In January.
Others enjoying this occasion HEINZ PINEBREEZE GRADE"A"MEDIUM All WHITE!!FLA. DEL MONTE CUTIS

besides S. D. Andrews Jay wet:"and; Mr.family and Mrs.ofWUdwood Ketchup e . : :48c Fresh Eggs 2 DOZ. 69c Green Beans 4 -, $1
and:Mtes Pamela ,
Perry of Starke. SAVE 4t-ARROW SAVE lie DEEP SOUTH PEANUIPeanut SAVE I4c THRIFTY/MAID CUT GREENAsparagus
Randy Massey ton of Mr. "". $
and Mrs. Edward Lee Massey, Bath Tissue 2r: 18C Butter 68C 3T: 1

recently enlisted II1theNaGuard. SAVE 17.GOLD MEDALFlour SAVE lit-LYSOl SPRAYDisinfectant SAVE 30c.FAST RELIEF

Mr..and Mrs. Ray. Dorman of 5 '". 48C CAN78c Bufferin "c 68C
Gainesville visited Mr. and e e e o lAG ITL'SAVE
Mrs. B. E. :Reddish on Satur 33e THRIFTY" MAID LIBBY'S SAVE 30c.MISS IRECK SUPER OR REGULAR

day.weekend Mrs. Paul with Smith her spent son-in-law,the Peaches .' 4 ss $100 Tomato Juice 3 46'01.CANS $100 Hair Spray . CAN' 48C

and daughter Mr. and Mrs. SAVE 7c'CRACKIN... GOOD HORMEL ARROWSaltines
Joe Dyar In Milliard. '.isle 01.CANS. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest e e e e 22C Chili & Beans 3 $100 Paper Plates PKO. 88C
visited Murrey Williams In the
V. A. Hospital lit Lake, City.; CAMPBELL'S limit 4 w/7.30 or man purchax..eluding clgar.n.i.Tomato SAVE tie.ASTORSmall BETTY CROCKER UYERCake

Soup eC'10-e.' 1OC Peas SCANS< :: $100 Mixes 3 PKGS." $100



ASTOR ALL GRINDS SUPERSRAND OCOMA CHICKEN, SALISBURY

Ice Cream Bars .99c.: : OR TURKEY

JIFFY BREADED CHUCKWAGON PATTIES OR

e ._I' COFFEE AUNT Veal JEMIMA Patties . 'looi.29ai.. 89C Meat Dinners


cjUbted limit 1 with $7.30 or mere purchos..xcluding, dy.r.M.6. French Toast e :;;:;. $1] 00

newspapersJudged Sttlle 29c POLY SAO FROZEN FRENCH PHY,
2-IS. $ oo S $133e
Potatoes 3 ] <
BAGSLS. $
+ the most fair VINE RIPE
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newspaper In the U.S.by 33

professional journalists Tomatoes. : . 3 11-oz.
themselves.A leading
International dally,One of t FRESH FIRM HEADS
the top three newspapersIn PKGS.

Journalistic the world poll according. Winnerof to 58 F Lettuce 0 HIAD29c

over 79 major awardsIn HARVEST FRCSHApples

Including the last three five years.Pulitzer 1-LB I 0 5 MG59C SAVI 33< OCOMA CHICKEN, BEEF or TURKEY
Prizes.Over 3000 newspaper -
editors read the CAN FLORIDA GOLDEN BANTAM YELLOW ,. 00
Pot Pies 6 8c $1
Just Monitor.send us your Fresh Corn . 10 eARS79c PIES'I


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4 Local Students NominatedFor


10 To Compete Feb. 19 i I Outstanding Teenager Contest


._ _a a___.
For Miss Bradford Title I __ Three) teenager from Keystone used ships at of the$1.00ff college each or to university be- standing program Teenagers, was created 01: America In-

Height and one from of their choice. Ten regional 1967 tox encourage young people )
nominated to
: Starke have been to advantage of
winners will also be selected -
pporhmlaes
compete In the Outstanding the of our
from the remaining statewinners
Ten talented young ladles will Jr. of East Palatka. She is end up In Atlantic City; New ,fr : Aitf Teenager of America Contest to receive' $500) regional country. The awards are presented
for
1972. and biographies
y.lk each spring, -
compete for the first "Miss 18 years old and a graduate Jersey at the national Miss w scholarships.Under .
Bradford Count; title, Satur- of Palatka South. of all those honored
) High. Must America pageant,which through
According to the guidance of the are recorded: in an annual volume -
_ day, February 19 at 8 p.m Jones is now attending St. Its history has become a national Principal
in the Starke Elementary Ca. Johns River Junior College and segment of America. Charles B. Ridge Harold Board of Advisors the Out-

fetorlum. Is sponsored by the Palatka Miss Bradford County will O Etsenhacher E1srlflacher tile of Mrs. - -- -- -
Ernestine
Jaycees.Previous entries are Mlsi win with her honor Florida eligibility .} 4 ; Peter Morgan, the of son Melrose of- ,.;;........ ., '..... "-, '<$',
: to enter the Miss Pageant .J' ; '> ,' it ,% ":' '
.
asM .
Mr. and Mrs. H, 1 t: ,'. TsGr .
L.Morgan.Jr.
Mary Ann Barton the 1970 The young lady selected .- '.' ',' ", .., .' ""I>
tyo Strawberry Queen and the P of Keystone; Marlene Keeth, i, '. '
pre- as teen of Florida will Ma ersWr
The '
the daughter of Mr. and CtI'I1fK-IGft) !
sent Newberry Watermelon be one of the 50 state contestants .- Mrs. ;. !!
Winton l Keeth of
Queen, 1971 Florida Crown to participate In the Miss Keystone; and
America Pageant In Septem- M Stephanie Bannister, the daughter INVITES, YOU TO COMPARE. .,.
ber. of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Ban- Our quality construction and decorator 'interi,
nister. have been selected to
Ceremonies Is represent Keystone Heights ors.
Mistress of
s Miss Pat White, hostess of High School In the. nation wide .Our prices for quality In all modoli and size.
R,Y "Midday" and the "Jeff and contest,; Our top service record wild' customers! for the
i 1 r'r Pat and Sunday Night" showson Jimmy Andrews, the son of past ten years. .
..rteI Channel 4 in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.J.Lavon Andrews Our flexible financing, unmatched In this
Miss White Is a former Miss of Starke. has been selectedto area.
Connecticut and was first runner Fair Head HonoredFrank represent Bradford High AND NOW A New Saving For Our
up to Miss USA In 1966. School in the contest. Clients-

Williams, left, receives a plaque In appreciation TWO MONTHS FREE RENT
of his serving the past three years as president Nominees are chosen by their ,
of the Bradford Fair Association: and as general manager principals for the contest. The In your choice of two not one, but two, of Cainotvillo'imoit
h of the annual ; Outstanding Teenagers of desirable mobile home communities- -
a + A'1 r} It's fair time againfaaand newly named FA President America are chosen from individual Beautiful BRITTANY ESTATES
Jack Hazen took time Thursday to present the plaque schools across the 3010 N.Waldo Road
to Williams the FA Board for excellance in OR
Janice Jones as of Directors were InvolvedIn country community -
planning the 1972 fair set for April 5-8. Plans are ; services and academic The All New CASTLE GATE
P under way in livestock exhibition this year. achievement. The local: students Texas Ave.off SR 26
The latest entries In the Miea will now vie for the Outstanding
Bradford Scholarship Pageant Teenagers of the Year Trophyto Gain ivill.'t

are: Zack Crawford Promoted By be presented by Cov. Reubln olscour4r MustDng.M .
Miss Eleanor Elde Lee, I Askew. The state winners are .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal. Connie Hargrove I selected by the Outstanding i ." .
ter H. Lee of Starke. She is Teenager Award Selection Salo, tor: MOBILE HOMES;
Tobacco Firm .*.
20 years old, a graduate of Committee In with
cooperation
BUS and a student at the Lake Queen tiid the 1972 Watermelon ;TT/ the Board of Advisors Uw Down Payments lw Monthly' Payment
City; Community; College. Miss Queen. Brown & Williamson Tobacco 4110 N.W. 13th '44'' No.'hl 37S-1346
Lee sponsored by the Lake Miss Cindy Westmoreland, Corporation of Louisville,
City; Jaycees. present "High Springs Tobacco Ky. has announced the promo- The 50 state winners will be "HOME OF INSTANT SERVICE"We
Miss Connie Rae Margraves, Queen." tion of Zack Crawford,formerly eligible for awards totaling$7- include,. metal 'Iran"'.tleps.' sewn and! water liner,
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Stacy Powell,sponsored of Starke and Gainesville block with bate.block, set l up and delivered up ,la 20?
James V. Hargraves of Key by Charles Powell, contractor to manager of the company's 000. One boy and one girl will codas
stone Heights. She Is 17 years of Jacksonville. t Augusta, Ga. Sales Division be chosen for national scholar

old and a senior at Keystone Miss Ball Snider of Lake Henrietta Gonzalez ,
Heights High School. Miss Har City. She was the first runnerup Man Hurt
graves Is sponsored by the In the 1971 Miss Colum- She has\ done modeling for Jant-. ,
Homestead Restaurant In Key bia County; Pageant. zen Sportswear In the United I
stone. Miss Janelle Coleman of States Hawaii and Europe. In SR-I6 mportanf N otice
Miss Henrietta Gonzalez, Jacksonville. She is the Miss rrN
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Henry Greater Jacksonville Fair and
Harris of Starke. She is 22 Miss North Florida Junior Ceramic Classes AccidentRobert / \
years old and a graduate of College. -.*.'. To Tax Payers And Property Owners
western High in Detroit, Mich. Miss Raye Sands of Macclenny Shun SessionCeramic w
She Is sponsored by Keith's the 1972 Miss LIke CItj) Simon Kinsey, 25, of
Beauty; Salon, Starke. Community; College. sessions are still Jacksonville acoarenUv fell
Miss Janice Jones, daughterof The young lady selected as being held at the Recreation asleep at the wheel of his 1971 / Please Read \
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jones Miss Bradford County; may well Department In the Old Armory Rambler 4 door Sedan collided Carefully
every Monday and Thursday with Milton Bell"sl969 Rambler

_ Huggins Urges SupportOf noon.evenings Tuesday,morning 7-10 p.m.9 a.m.and each to for to the treatment station Bradford wagon In County the sending emergency; Hospital Bell a \r Ti One Or More Of The Following Forms .

Veterinary Collegethe Room :

The Incident happened on SR> Will Be Mailed By Jan. 1st 1972
16 fell
Klnsey apparently
as
George T. Huggins, president national average Is 13. It Helen:that Father he announced last asleep and woke up skidding In his new assignment Mr.
of the Bradford County is estimated that by 1980 Florida night was king of our 54 feet hitting Bell, accordingto Crawford will be responsiblefor
Farm Bureau, has called on will need about 1.500 house. Florida Highway PatrolmanR. directing the sales activi- 1. Homestead Exemption Renewal Application:
farm and non-farm people alike "vets" but If the present trend Sally: Then what happened? G. Etheridge. ties of B&W's sales force In
to support state legislation continues will have only about Helen: Oh, Mother crowned KInsey was driving the 1971 eastern Georgia and southeas-
establishing a College of Vet.. half that amount.he; "added. him. Rambler owned by the Florida tern South Carolina. In addition -. ,According to Sec; 7, Article 4, of the Florida Constitution every person who > .
erinary Medicine in Florida. Twelve Florida counties do not Department 'of Lv Enforcement. as marketing supervisor, has been '
receiving homestead exemptlon'and those expecting to receive It' for
He said the project would be have a single veterinarian In Damages to the vehicle. he will be responsible for all '
of "immeasurable value to farm residence, Huggins said were estimated at $500. merchandising of the com- the first time should, without fail, sign the application on or before April 1st
and city: people alike"and urged Panty HoseANY Bell a mechanic was travelIng pany's products In this area.
the public to let legislatorsknow "Florida is one of the na- about 40 mph when KInsey of each year with the Tax Assessor.
their feelings about the tion's top livestock producing SIZE I ANY SHADE hit him In the left rear at about Mr. Crawford Joined the com
proposal.The states, but only one-tenth of 60 mph. pany In 1958 as a retail salesman -
legislature first began the state's veterinarians are $3.00 Per Bell was taken to the hospitalby In Gainesville.A Homeowners filing application for Homestead Exemption for the first time
mulling over the concept of a engaged In food animal prac- Deputy; Sheriff John Dempseyat
veterinarian school In 1965, tice. Most are presently engaged $$2.00 Per pr.1NO about 2 p.m. native of Bradford County are required to do so in person. They should bring with them to.the CountyAssessorrs
to In small animal practice There were no charges filed he Is married to the former .
Hugglns said, but has yet
take any firm action. Last year ," Hugglns pointed out. $1.00 Per by Trooper Etherldge who arrived Ann Johns, of Starke.They office satisfactory proof of ownership and occupancy of their homeas

some 700 Florida students listed .- Latest Information Indicatesthat at the scene at 1:43 p.m. have four children. of January 1 1972
veterinary medicine as a construction costs of the ,
career choice, but of this num- vet school would be less than ; .
- - - -
ber only 26 were admitted to $10 million, with the federal 2 PA'$1 2. Mobile Home Owners:
out of state schools where space government bearing about two-

tically for Florida non-existent students Hugglns is prac- said thirds of the total Huggtns "-E-S' Fly Direct All mobile homeowners must have an RP tag before homestead application can

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Union Tigers End Big Red's Mark To 11-17 ;






i Regular Play 15-5 ,


Bradford cftgers won two important

Set For Conference conference games during the week, edging Pr

past Palatka South 5352 in overtime

Friday night then romping 82-59 over

Bolles at.home Tuesday night.


Lake Butler's bas- Murray Melkenhoua and Vincent Score by quarters: The win upped'Bradford'smark Bolles then ripped off 16>points>
to 7-5 in conference' play. while
Rulse added 18 points each for L.B. 14 27 13 1874 holding: Bradford to 10 as
ketballers split a the winners. W.H. 14 14 20 14-62 and U-7 overall.. the, Bulldogs closed.to within

pair''' of games this Bennie Hudson and Ronnie two >points> 19-17. at the end of
Mack led the Tigers with 16 the quarter. 4.,
Lake Butler Dukes 2-4-8,
week with a win over BOLLES GAME: Newsome
added of
eight the
points each. Hudson 5-5-15, Mack 11-6-28, ..
Willie Newsome and Bernard 10
oonferenoe rival points Bradford scored In the
Score by quarters: Green 3-5-14, Campbell 1-0-2,
Williams teamed to core final
L. B. 10 13 1815 56 Perry 2-2-6, Totals 27-20-74. up six minutes of the period.
Wllllston 51 night the
before points Tuesday as Ditto paced the Bulldogs In
Mac. 10 18 2016-63 Wllllston Dallos I-U-2, ra- Tornadoes crushed Bolles
the opening period, scoring 10 ,
dropping a 64-56 decision a
82-59 In a conference battle. of the Dogs 17 with six comingon '

to Baker r Newsome sunk 13 field goalsand layups.In t
,
County High. added three free throws the second period Willie

for 29 >points.> Teammate Bernard Newsome scored seven straight
points for the Tornadoes
as
The Tigers traveled to wu- Williams added 10 goals
Bradford Took the bite out of the
llston Frldax night and downed and three charity shot for 23 Bulldogs.
the host team 74-62. Saturday I points l while Able Williams

night Macclenny paid a visit 1 added 15 for the Tornadoes. Newsome scored 16 points In

to Lake Butler and left with a LWt Julian Ditto paced the\ Bulldogs the second >period as Bradford
04-56 win over the host TI- with 19 >point> Team- opened up an 11 point lead at
the half
gers. I mate Steve Hand added U tor 4433.
In the third period the Tor-
The lossSaturdaynlghtclosedout Bolles and Dirk Nelson 10.
nadoes went 01a six minute
'
the regular season of play, Bradford sunk 20 of 36 shotsIn scoring spree adding 18 points
for the Tigers with a 15-5 the first half a torrid 58 while holding the 'Dogs to one
mark for the year. The win per cent to take a commanding field goal and three charity;
Friday night kept the Tigers ., 44-33 lead at halt nte. In shots.
on top of the Suwannee Conference the second half the Tornadoes In the final minute of the third Bernard Brown ties the ball up as Bradford's full court press puts the pressure

with a 9-2 record. lr, continued to pad their lead until quarter Belles sunk two basketsas l on Palatka South.

Tonight CThurs. Feb. 10) the h rl } s4 Yk BUS held a 28 >point> AdVan- Bradford took an 18 >point>

Suwannee Conference tournament i iyo tage before sending in sub 1 I"u," tmlnr into the final period. This was Bradford's most In the fourth period, Palatka Williams In an attempt to gain

will begin In WlUlston stitutes. Bernard Wllialms turned In a convincing win of the season. rallied to hold Bradford to only control 01 the ball. The attempt
'with Wllllston facing Cross CityIn ; ", In the first period tM Tor-, fantastic third period show, Earlier this season, Jan. 28. four points while scoring 14 back-fired however, a*
the opening match.Lake But.. c:...,..... .> nadoes Jumped to a quick 9-0 scoring 13 >points> for the Tor- Bradford edged past BollesIn themselves. Johnson led the the Braves were called for
:
ler will face the winner of the lead before Bollea could get nadoes.In the fourth quarter 80-77 Brave surge with eight point l fouling.
Cross City; Wliilson game on the score board. The Bulldogs the fourth period the Tornadoes at Bolles. and with a lay-up and put Pa This time Williams sunk the
Friday nlR ht. finally got Into the scoring coasted along, scoring latka back on top 46-45 with free throw to put Bradford on
act as Nelson sunk a 10- 17 points and holding Bolles to Score by quarters: 4:35: remaining In the game. top to stay 53-52.
MACCLENNY GAME foot Jumper with 6:10 remaining eight before both teams sent BBS 19 25 18 20 82 Palatka' Willie Johnson was

Macclenny poured It on In the c |In the opening period In substitutes, Bolles 17 13 9 17 59 With less than a minute anda the night's leading scorer with
final four minutes in Saturday half remaining In the game, nine field goals and three free

night's contest to down the host Bradford Rlherd 1-0-2, Johnson fouled Bradford's Curtis throws for 21 point Teammate
Tigers 64-56 In a non-confer TornadoesDrop Williams 6-3-15: McKInney 0- White. White sunk the free Stanley Murray added another
ence battle. Baby 1-1. White 2-1-5. Newsome 13329 throw tying; the game 48-48. 14 for the losers.

Lake Butler tied the game Berry 10-3-23, Williams With only a minute remaining Bernard Williams led the
.. J i 12.4 Henry 011. Totals -34- In tttie gamev-Bernard,Williams Tor-nadoeswltb eight goals and
up ta-49*with five minutes remajUng gt v>m p s i i> *ii. .
In the game. Macclenny' 14-82. then had a chance to put Brad- two free throws for 18 >points.>
then rallied for a slump : PahBradford's ford ahead with a charity; shot. Willie Newsome and Able Williams

'to score 14 >points> l while holding Tough Bolles Ditto 6-7-19, ,Nelson Williams missed the first shot. both added 10 each for
the Tigers to only seven The 5-0-10, Hand 3-5-11. De- In the one-In-one situation. Bradford.

Wildcats' height advantage was bran 3-2-8, Slater 2-2-6, Palatka took a 50-48 lead on Able and Newsome led the
a big factor In the final out Davidson 135. Totals 20- two foul shots l by Donnie An Tornadoes In rebounds with 10

come of the, game as It pveMaccl8lUQ' 19-59. derson. Bernard Williams then each. Bradford only grabbed
Junior Varsity; en made a three >point> play. 40 rebounds In the contest The
two and three shotsa came back to line for the Tor-
: dropped a pair of game during .. Williams then tied the game Tornadoes have been averaging -
time at the basket while nadoes In another one-ln-lne
generally
jt jj
the PALATKA GAME
week, with Bolles rallying up again 54-all with a 10 footAvaughn 45: per game
limiting the Tigers to inthefourthquarter'lues.day Bernard Williams' free throw situation but again missed as
"It wasn't a good night for
only In the final minutes.hake time Brad-
one began to run out for
seconds remain-
night to nip the Baby Tor. with Just six us on the boards and I'm justthankful

Butler only nabbed 30 nadoes 61-59 In overtime after Ing In overtime Friday night ford.With seconds remaining that we won," said
rebounds the JV was dumped b tr 4i broke 52-52 deadlock: and eight -
,well below their by a In the Able Williamstied Head Coach Mike Sexton. "We
season average as the Wildcats Palatfca South 60-54 Fridaynight give the Tornadoes their sixth the game for the Tor- didn't play good ball at all."
game up
outscored the Tigers by a e conference win of the season nadoes with a 10 foot Jumper. Bradford shot only 32 per
20 from the IlY 'with a 53-52 trlump at Palat.
>points> field. Arthur Merritt then missed a cent from tile field Friday night
"We were really off from 1 BOLLES GAME ka South. foul shot with one second remaining and 48 per cent from the line.
the field,", said Tiger Coach Palatka held a slim 50-48
forcing the Into Score by Quarters:
Jimmy Thomas. Bradford's Baby Tornadoes lead until the final secondsof game

"Only at one >point> did we "blew" a 17 point halftime lead 'I the game, when Able Williams overtime. BHS 12 17 14 7 3 53
really look like'our ball club. Tuesday night a* Bolles rallied sunk a 10-foot Jumperto Merritt then fouled McKlnney
2-52
PS 13 18 5 14
At that time we rallied from a 1 from a 19 >point> deficit to tie the game 50-all. With with 2:26 remaining In the extra
F- upend the Tornadoes 6159. second remaining In the period. McKlnney sunk both
13 point dlficlt to tie the game 1ri one BHSA Williams 5-0-10, McKinney -
up midway through the final With 24 seconds remaining game, Palatka had a chanceto foul shots to put Bradford on 2.4.8 Newsome 5-0-
period." : IJ r In overtime, David Williams break the tie as a Brave top 52-50. Johnson tied the 10 B. Williams, 8-2-18, Henry

dhoti a Bradford pass anddrib- stood at the free throw line. game up 52-52 with a layupbut 204., Totals 23-7-53.
In the first>period> Macolenny bled down court for *n easy missed a free throw.
Jumped out to a ouIck 10-2 lead Fovea Duke add a quick two point following Lake lay-up to put Belles on top Palatka missed the free throw PSJohnson 9-3-21, Anderson
and Starke let time out
before the 'Tigers could Butler's fait break Maccelenny. 60-59. Second later Bollea run ;
get against deciding to take Its chancesIn With four seconds remaining 2-2-6. Merritt 1-3-5, Mur-
warmed up. In the final minutes added a free throw, time the overtime session. Palatka, with a full court press, ray :5-4-14, Sheppard 1-4.6To-
of the >period, the Tigers ran out for the Tornadoes attempted to box In Bernard tals 18-16-52.

came back'with eight straight Mace. Melkenhous 9-0-18 wards 5-2-12. Stokes 2-0.4, Williams led Boll..' scoring i tl In overtime Bradford didn't

points l while holding Macclenny Rulse 8-2-18, Kennedy 124. James 15-3-35, R. Edward 2. with 22 >points.> Teammate score a field goal. Danny McKinney J .
scoreless. With one second Roberts 9-2-20.1.Belford 1-0-2. 0-4, Graham 2-1-5, Totals 27- Bill Jones added 11 and Mark sunk two free throws

showing on the clock James Candy- 1-0-2, Totals 29-6-64. 8-28. laben 20 for the visitors. Y early In the extra period to I.I.BHS ShootingFor I

Kennedy fouled Lake Butler's LB. Dukes 1-1-3, Hudson Avaughn Golden paced l the give Bradford a 52-50 lead.

Bonnie Mack. Mack sunk the 4-8-16: Mack 5-6-16, Green, Tornadoes with 26 point on 10 Then with 56 seconds remaining I
free throws to tie the game 3-3-9 Stewart '2-0-4, Perry KHBaby field goals and six free throws. on the clock Willie Johnson -
,
added sunk a lay-up to tie the More Wins
up 10 all the >period ended. 4-0-8 Totals 191856. Sheldon Hodge another
14 for the Tornadoes.BHS game up 52-all. Johnson was
In ,the 'second >period Mack Indians fouled while going up for the
out to an early
picked up where he left off WILUSTON GAME Jumped lead the Tornadoes tv basket and had a chance to Bradford's basketballer now ference standings.
by scoring four straight >pointsto > l Wilson James' 35 >points> were first quarter broke 8-8 as tie)by(coring put Palatka ahead with a free have >posted> a 7-5 conference In the opening! round the num-
put Lake Butler on top for not enough Friday nlghtas Lake Win Pair an In the final three throw. record and have a shot at second ber one team will play the
the first time, 14-12. Macclenny Butler rebounded from Tuesday 16 >point> *l the period while Johnson missed the free place) In the Florida Star number eight team. The num-
regained the lead with 3:25 night's loss to Hawthorne by minute of to eight. throw but Bernard Williams standing ber two team plays the num-

remaining In the period on a dumping Wllllston 74-62 In a Keystone's Junior Varsitygot ; holding At the end the of Bulldogs the first period sunk his to give Bradford a At the present (before Tuesday ber seven the third place team
ten-foot Jumper by Incent Swuannee Conference contest. back on the 'winning side led 24-16. 53.52 win as time ran out for night's games) Live Oak will face the sixth ranked team
Rulse. The wildcats: then exploded of things Monday night by skinning Bradford the Braves.In and Fernandina are locked In and the number four team will
for 10 points while hold- The Devils now 9-10 for the the Cedar Key Sharks to In the second period the a two way tie for second place play the number five team.,

Ing the Tigers to only four season services, played of three without starters. One the the tune of 46-38. Tornadoes Jumped out to a 19 changed the hands first period back and the forthwith lead with Identical 8-4 records. At the present Palatka SouthIs
free throws the half ended >point> lead by holding die Bulldogs
as Over the weekend the Baby the fifth seeded team In the
man had a bruised leg and two Palatka taking a 13-12 leadat
with Macclenny on top 2823.In to only; two. In the final Bradford faces Fernandlna
others Including, James bro- indiana split a pair of games the end of the period. Willie conference with a 4-6 conference -
minute and half the Bulldogs at home Friday
rivalBrandord a Beach here
rolling over conference record. Bolles and St.
the third period the Wildcats ther Connie, had the flu. Newsome sunk three straight
Live
to
closed the to 17. and will travel
as
The home with Friday night 44-38 gap night Augustine are locked In a two
team 15-feet
maintained their hot pace came to baskets from over out take
the half ended with Bradfordon Oak Saturday night to on
by ripping off 12 >points> l while in one >point> of the Tigers In the before dropping a 49.42 decision top 4023.In Golden as Bradford took a 12-9 lead the Bulldogs. If the Tornadoescan way tie for sixth place with
limiting the Tigers to only third quarter before Lake But to Interlachen. sink while midway through the first per- 4-8 records, and Green Cove
a lay-up win both upcoming gamesIt
the third period Bolles! Springs Is presently In the cellar -
four. Midway through the per- ler's full court press forced The Cedar Key game servedas Bravo defend. iod. will give both Fernandina
iod Macclenny had widened the several turnovers which the a warm-up for the Indians rallied behind the hot hand two Johnson then pumped In three and Live Oak five conference with a 2-9 confernce re-
gap to 13, 40-27. Tigers converted Into easy lay- In preparation for the Conference of Williams. Williams sunK the straight baskets for Palatka Bradford's cord.
In the final four minutes of tournament Saturday night first six >point> l of the periodand jumper at the one minute mark. from the corner and added a losses and up 9-5 conference thus- "We have a good chance to
the period the Tigers ralliedto ups. The difference buldged to In Bronson. The wlnoverBranford added two more a* Bolles! In the final minute neither team lay-up to put the Braves backon record to In win the tournament" says
score 14 >points> l and to closeto eight points by the end of the Friday night upped Key- closed to within eight by the scored and the game went into top 1312. throwing all three teams a Coach Sexton. "If we can pick

'within seven, 48-41, at the third period and to 12 at the stone's conference record to end of the quarter, 4941. overtime.In In the, second period Bradford tie for second place. up a few more wins, maybewe

end of the third quarter. final buzzer.At 8-2 and earned them a second Bradford was held to only nine overtime Bradford did not scored 15 >points> while Coach MikeSexton, however can go Into the district

In the first three minute.of the end of the first period place In the Suwannee Valley >points> l In the period with Golden score a field goal but sunk holding the Braves to only four feels that Fernandina will dropat tournament with a little. mo
WUllston stayed with the Tigers Conference. Saturday night the adding five of them. five free throws to take one to rally from a 22-14 deficit least one more conference mentem." :
the fourth period, Lake But and tied the game up 14- JV will travel to Bronson to In the final period the Baby >point> lead with 1:20 remainIng and take a 29-26 lead with battle during the week leaving
ler scored eight points while 14. In the second period.Ronnie take on the league leading Bron Tornadoes literally threW the In the period. With 26 seconds less than a minute remaining Live Oak and BHS In a two The Tornadoes will travel to
,holding the Wildcats l to only a Mack got hot for the Timers and son Eagles, 9-1, In a confer- with conttnuou remaining on the clock, In the half. way tie. the Central Florida Junior College -
free throw. Abraham Perry tied ence tournament. game away Bolles Williams stole a Bradford pass BHS made a bid to host the In Ocala: Feb. 25 and 28
the 49-49/ at the five turnover and bad passes. and added a quick lay-up to In the District 3
to
game up off 15 point l In the per- conference tournament Starke compete
ripped >> Darrell White's 13 points and exploded for nine points in the give Bolles the lead for the Palatka exploded for five
minute mark with a ten-foot lead Lake Butler' to a next week Feb. 17-19 but lost Class 3-A tournament.
Jumper. 41.28 halftone advantage. Marc Mordento's 12 >points> period before Bradfor scored. final time 60-59. points l In the final 14 seconds Kit to Orange Park. The site
paced the Indian to their 10th Bradford's first score of t the of the period to regain the
than rallied for 13
t
points Macclenny while the Lake Butler' win was win In eight start*.Lester Ketch final period came with only The Bulldogs padded their lead and take a 31-29 halftime ;af the tournament determinedby District three 1 Is the largest
hiding Tigersto
parked partically by the per- contributed 11 >points> for Key 2:55 remaining.Bolles lead with 15 seconds to go which school Is drawing the district In the state wit < ten
advantage.The
only four .o put the game formance of three players. biggest crowds and conference teams. Ocala Forrest tIN host
stone.
out of reach by the one minute Mack paced the winners with 28 took the lead with 2:30: third period belonged standings. Orange Park Is the team Ocala Vanguard, North
mark. >points> while teammate BeIUQ'Hudson Herbie Coulter paced the remaining when Williams stolea Score by Quarters: strictly to the Tornadoes as number one team In both cat. Marion; Palatka Central, Pa-

Macclenny's Leroy Roberts contributed 15 and Dale Sharks with 16 >point> l on four Bradford pass and Jones added Bradford ripped off 11 >points> agorles. The Raiders lead the lathe South, St. Augustine,
was the night's leading scorer Green 14.Besides. field goals and eight free the two >points> l, giving Bollesa BHS 2116955.59 while holding Palatka to only conference with a 10.2 record. Green Cove, Gainesville, East-
.
Bolles 16 7 18 13 761 one free throw. At the end of
with nine baskets l from the James 35 points throw slim one >point> 52-51 IMd. Which team which 1 side, Gainesville Buchholz, and
the period Bradford held a seven plays *
-
Keystone led all the In Bradford back to
field and two free throws for Derrick Edwards scored 15 way came right Bradford.
20 points. Six-foot ten Inch points for the home squad. the closely: contested. game take a two point lead a* Cold-; (See page 10, point advantage. 4134. determined by the final coo..i





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Wins Pair. Exercise Class Conner's Five
KH Rally Gets 5th KeystoneJVFrom .

For Men Begins BantamChampionship
Bags
( Page 9))

Keystone rallied In the fourth by 14 points from the nell feat the Baby Indians for the Monday, 7 p.m.
quarter to upset. Intorlachen "It was an all round good Score by quarters: second time this year, 4972.
Saturday. night In Keystone team effort" said Indian Coach
Heights while dropping two Lyndle KIrtley. "We finally nut KH 13 12'' 12 .,.9' 46 Costly turnovers and a cold The Starke Recreation Department Insurance ,.Agency :
games on the road during the everything together." CK 12 12 ; 8 8-38 third: quarter cost the Indians will conduct exercise wraooed Conner UD the Bantam1 Boys
.week. The Indians grabbed 51 rebounds '' the win as the Rams rallied classes for men beginning:Mon' ChamptlonsMp Wednesday -
In the contest against Keystone-White 5-3-13.Mor- 7, Basketball
from a two point half time deficit day evening. February
the 6-1-ii 2 when they
,
Feb.
Keystone upended rams the taller Rams. Lewis Perry dente 2-8-12, Ketch .Win- ,
to outscore 26-
Keystone
Saturday night 72-63 beforebowlrar. 2-0-4. Totals downed Koch's Drugs n37,
led the indiana on the boards gate 3-0-6 Stanley -
17 In the second half.
.to Cedar Key MondIu'III&bt with 12 rebounds.; 17-12-t8. Three sessions per'week will while Starke Builders >was losing -
62-54. Friday night Bobby Hurner grabbed II and y,4 e0gM ."We had a cold third quar- be conducted for approximately 63-59 to Goodman's Standard -
Branford rolled over the Indiana Bobby Crayson,, and Burke 10 BRANFORD GAME ter and Just ended tip falling one hour In length per ses .Oil. Uw' P-
88-67 In Branford.! each. KeystoM's Junior Varsity; short" said Indian Coach Stefan .ton. These.sessions will meet e'
Thursday night the Indlaniwill Burke came In as a substitute grabbed their ninth win of the Brokas. "We made several Ken Hampton led Conner'sto
face Marantha at 7 p.m. In the second period and M { season Friday night,rolling 44- costy; turnovers In the fourth each Monday,. Tuesday and Its 14th victory as.he bucketed -
In the opening round of the scored 10 points In the second 38 over the host Branford Buc- quarter which led to our loss." Thursday evenings at 8 p.m. 25 points. Charles Jackson -
Suwannee Valley conferenceTournament caneers. Men may'aUenel one or all helped out with 10-points
and third quarters.Perry ; "I thought It was one of our
Godwin had 9.> at''
and
Two of Jay
In Bronson. led all the
led the nights scoring Keystone way, better defensive games. In our of the sessions. However for
the Indians five wine of the seaSon :building UP a 35-19 lead by the full benefit should attend '
with 21 points on six Held goals second game of the year they they Greg Watkins was "high point
have come at the expense and nine free throw. Bobby .':.'.,, end of the third period. In the beat us 3810. the three. man for Koch Drugs with 17
of Marantha. The tournament Hurner added 14 for'thewinners. ; fourth quarter the indians Leverson had
points iu: Harold
points,
their substitutes and Ricky Clayton led the night'sscoring Is request-
and played participant
Thursday Each
will be played while Tod Branson ::'i( : nine points and Robert Ed-
outscored 19-9. with 1$ points. Danny to use
Friday with the finals Saturday contributed 12. : were ed to bring something
y had six
Donnie Strickland added 15 points for mondson ..polnts.Pl6;
night. Joe Crabs paced the Rams Keystone's Wingate for a mat such as a padded
Keystone now itandi 5-M with 16 points. Teammate John i led the scoring with 13 points the winners. quilt and he should wear loose The second game sew Starke
for the season. White added another 15 points on four field goals and five Wingate again paced the indians fitting clothes such as a sweat Builder's lose Its six game of
for the losers. free throws. Mark Mordente with 15 points. Team- suit. Sat. P. W. Carter of the the season 63-59 to G dman'.
contributed U for the Indians mate Mordente added 12 for Florida highway Patrol will 011. Goodman led 48-37 at

CEDAR KEY GAME Score by quarters: with four goals and three charity the losers. conduct the class. the end of the 3rd! Quarter.Carl
Led by forward Bill Heed's K.H.S. 16 18 14 24-72 shots. Hamm with 25 points and Keith
27 points. Cedar Key ralliedIn I.H. S. 13 15 20 15.. 63 ,;J.\. l Mark Prevatt and Dan Jackson Score by Quarters: "This Is a good way for you Carter with 20, led Goodman'
the second half to cUp t the ( ,. : : led the home squad with softball players to get In shape to the victory. Jerome*also.
Indians 62-54 Monday night. Keystone Burner 4-7-14. : .. 10 points a piece. Keystone 11 146 11 12 for the upcoming softball sea chipped In H points and Lee I
: k Branford rallied to within five ,Interlachen 11 12 10 16 49 for ,. "
Keystone could not maintain Burke 3-4-10 Grayson 2-4-8 Ii '" .. .I son and Ifs a good way Casey had four. I
\. ,.. points of the Baby Indians at non-acdve people to trim : I
a three point halt time lead Lain 0-2-2, Perry 6-9-21, you 28"
4 Keystone- Mordente 3-8-12 Bee. 'Aldrldge with points
30-27 as the sharks rallied to Brannon 3-6-12. Turnkett 1- the half. But Keystone's 1-3-1 up that waist line says Fred
score 17 points In the third 24. Totals 193472.I.H.S. half court press was Just too Ketch, 3-3-9 White 1-0-2.( Win- Director Gene Rayburn.Men's and Jim Prevatt with,19,. led
period while holding the Indians ,;.... much for the Bucs In the third gate 4-7-15 Stanley 2-0-4. Totals the Builders. Tony Williams
to only nine. Smith 3-0-6, Cumbo period. The Indians put It out 13-16-42. had eight points and Stu' .'Ray- I
Cedar Key outscored the Indians 2-4-8. White 7-1-13, Brown 2- a9Bradford's of reach In the third'period burn five. I. r M
18-15 In the final periodas 1-5, Craln 7-2-16, Mill l 2-2-6, scoring 18 points) while holdingthe SoftballMeeting The Bantam League ,.,was I
the Sharks rang up victory McGruder 3-1-7' Totals 26-11- Bucs to seven. On scheduled to end its .ftgular, I
Tap Feb < 8.
Tuesday,
season $9}
number seven. Cedar Key< now 63. :>
stands 7-8 for the season. Score by Quarters:, Bantam Baseball
Guard Turknett and There will bo an organized da'y"and
Larry
Three pilots were a a
8 9 .18
944
forward Louis Perry scored BRANFORD GAME Keystone Registration Set meeting of the Men'sRecreation
jrip'I.Thcwife i;
half late from a flying t
,
Branford 3 9 7 19.38
The Hatch Lee and
14 points a piece to pace the brothers. Softbai? League at of one of them was at'the
Indians In a losing effort. Charles, combined for 44 points the Recreation Department,
Friday night as the Branford Keystone- Mordente 4-3-11 Boys ages 10,11,12, may start Monday February 21, 7:30p.m.All : .. airport when they landedf pilxthe
Ketch 0-1-1 Breasdale 2-0- "We had d flat tire.
.
Score by quarters: Buccaners coasted to an easy registering Monday February persons Interested are
88-67 Suwannee River Confer- 4, Thatcher 2-0-4. Jowers 1- Recreation Depart- hunting strip, and it tonik tp a
KM 17 13 9 5CH14 54 14. at the Invited to attend. Policy and
Willl Newsome sinks a hard-earned lay- 0-2 Wingate 4-5-13 Stanley' Center day to get it fiXedi'1. HEY
Street
13 17 18-62 ence victory over the visiting ment or the Pratt procedures will be discussedand !
up against Palatka. 1-0-2, Frazer 237. Totals 3:30 EXPLAINED. |
Keystone Indians. Monday Friday : It Is urged thatteai's wife'Jirided
Keystone Turnkett 6-2-14 Branford Jumped to an easy 151244. 5:30 p.m.PracUce. planning to enter a team have The suspecting
Perry 4-6-14 Burner 5-2-12. 15 point first period lead behind each of thenva piece of1 pa per.
for the meet-
INTEFLACHEN GAME someone present .
Grayson 2-3-7 Brannon 2-1-5, a tight three quarter court press Red Two sessions will begin ,"Write dawn which tires was
Baby Drops rallied In the second ing.
Interlachen
Daze)' 1-0-2 Totals 201454. The Bucs stole the ball five (From Peg. 9)) half Saturday night to doe the first of March. flat." she said. .,}
times and converted easy theft -
Cedar Key Read 11-5-27, into easy lay-ups to take a
Hodges 5-2-12 Rains 3-4-10 28-13 lead at the end of the) BUSBlalock 1-0-2 Golden In the third quarter Palatka
Allen 3-0-6 Zeigler 3-0-8" period. From then on the two 10-6-26 Sewell 4-2-10 Jones outscored Bradford 12-11 to tie
Hatcher 0-1-1. Totals 25-12-62. teams played evenly In a game 3-1-7 Hodge 6214. Totals 24- the game up 40-40 by the end
featuring a wild final period.In of the period.
11-59. .
INTERLACHEN CAMEKeystone the final period Keystone ST ARKE'S' .
rallied to score 24points rallied to score 26 points the Holies- Williams 7-8-22 'Early in the fourth quarter .
. In the final period Sat- same number of points they Jones 5-1-11. Jaben 9-2-20 BUS regained the lead, 46-42
urday night to topple the visiting scored In the first half. Bran- Ward 102. Totals 24-13-61. before Palatka exploded for 13 : iL1j. Lg:5t
Interlachen Rams 72-63. ford, however did one better points while holding Bradford
The Rams had rallied froma by ripping off 29 points for the PALATKA GAME: to only four.
34-28 halftime deficit to takea easy win. Avaughn Golden had one of In the final minute of the
65-61 lead late In the final Lee Hatcher was the night's his biggest night's of the season game both teams added two PRICES!,
period. leading scorer with 25 points Friday scoring 33 points baskets as Palatka held on to \
then called time out win e) i\.J.'h
Keystone on 11 baskets from the field Golden led the night's scoring 6054. 320 5WAINU !
to talk things over. The Indiana t SUPERMARKETS :::
and three free throws. His
with 33 points for BUS.
came beck out In a 3-1-1
pressing defense. Keystone brother Charles, hit on six Free throws cost BHS the Score by Quarters: r
promptly stole the ball three field goals and added seven win as the Tornadoes made
times and converted then Into charity; shots for 19 points. good only 4 of 14. BUS 8211114-54
while forcing the Teammate Gary Bench tallied Palatka had an all around PS 7 21 12 20 60 -
easy lay-ups 2 0 and Horace Jenkins .... ... ... .
points good team effort with four men ow. "'" H I t7 4NI1e eaef
Rams Into fouling. Keystone< << : .:! _vnlT, 'I ,(IlL
3
capitalized on free throws In the .13 for thawlm.rs.Le.-x ,.r-.o, ,_ .scoring far double figured-Mike_. '"':'BHS--Blaldck'3: ;:;2-8, Golden ttK'C'l: i ..BOJIUESS CST .n''K CENTER 4*
final period scoring 16 points. JBobby .Burner! ; pacM.ttW.In-.u.-.Bradley-scored; 19 for4hBaby.Bravesrnan .. J,33-JIayBrr-C5.; !$, Jones 2-' ':: t C H CUT
dums with seven goat*"sutf five Murphy added 13,-'"' EIf"m *
on charity; shots In the quarter oHodge 1-0-2 Sewell 1-0- SfR.L.OIN .ROUND '
: IPIIfBR i
1 --
while rolling to their fifth win free throws for 19 points.Lewis Mark Kedmore 12 and Frank 2. Totals 25454. :' :
,of the season. Perry added 14 and Larry Turk- Williams 10.
The Indians converted on 34 r itt for 10 for the losers. PalatkaMurphy 6-11-3. STEAKS ROAST
of S3 free throws which decided The win extended the Bucs Early in the first period Pa- Bradley 6-7-19, Williams 4- STEAK
the outcome of the game.Interlachen record to 12-5 while the loss ] to an early 2-10 Kldmore 4-4-12, Eubanks 1
outscored the Indians was number 14 for the Indians.Score 8-2 leaden then sunk three 0-1-1. Batts 2-1-5. Totals 22- nrlra r '
straight lay-ups to give Brad- : IIIIlCflI
16-60. ,.... ... ;
by quarters: :
I ford the lead for the first time u 0.' $129 << $119
K.H.S. 13 13 15 26 67 8-7. I rJ J ULB

JacksonvillBusiness I B. H.S. 28 15 16 29-88 .. ; 11II ..

,
Golden added four more lay-
Keystone Hurner 8-5-19 Advocates of a lower birth- / 1 / I / 1 1w
Burke 2-2-6 Brazey 0-1-1, I I ups early In the second period 1 1 wi r
rate seem to be' as sure
extend Bradford's! lead to
to
1-5-7 Ellis i 1x1 YY.N
Grayson 0-2-2. it //xI
prised as anyone-when actually
Perry 6-2-14 Brannon 1-3-5. ,Ave, 16-11. By the end of the it fit IIAMTINCII. 1a tin '
,
drops. Apparently FREEZER FRESK
half though Palatka narrowedBradford'i
Henderson 033. Turknett 5-
never occurred to them that GROUND
lead back down to QUEEN
5-10. Totals 222367. somebody might be listening. vrwlery
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K. B. (Bob) Warren, ST.. 71. Rod Thomaa 73.'of U02 "
i native of Bradford County: Butler << \ Stark" died Sat Harry C. Wlmtiertr, Jr.,.77, "fe were low seen r tbq MI Peer Mal M sk.

In Pa- ; In a Macdenngr-. or Eaoto r.... died Saturday _. __. _._. .._ .._
died ,Saturday: Feb.. 5, after ... !\ '*!!t."UJ.tItllfIWIIIIM _.. _
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latka. an extended nines to, -Wr Haven oePUal.A .li 1HJI ft.no I nJr",:," 'T ...--10ftIIii wIIIIt rlMl : '''3''CM' IOWA'r'1 -

Besides Ms wit*. err Ester *. A native of Alachua County oath of Hlchland": he, was ''e NEW RIVER'BAP'I'1ST'
STARCE CHURCH LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL
Warren, .. U survived ,. be was a retired correctional a retired educator and a ......- CONGREGATIONAL. HOLINESS. OF CHRIST 'Sunday School 10 ajiu Morat -, ". HOLINESS CHURCH! CHURCH MELROSE OF CHRISTAT
three' daughter*, tour MM, officer at tie Florida bar" of the First Baptist Church' CHURCH
by Bible Ing/ Worship U ajn. Training Sunday School 9:43
School.1 10 ajn:'Wo.w : ajil.f Schedule of Services
State Prison and a memberof of ;Ea le Lake. He reeetved Sunday' School: MS ,
and
two sisters, eight grand '
Toes ship Services. U' ; Union 7 pjn. Evening Worship Morning Worship U ajn. Youth
tluPrimtUvsBaptlrtCbnr'ch.SrrhL his 'B. A.; decree In Education Morning.WorahtpU' ajn. and Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
children. an
8 pjn. Midweek Service. Wed- 8 pjn. Wednesday flight ser Service 8.. pjn. Evening Worship Morning Worship II ajn. EvenIng ;
.
Funeral services were held are his .u.. Mrs. from Florida Southern Collac Service 8 pun Evenmx I Nor* wel"come. .
Sadie' .,Thomas of Starhai and Master's aday 7 pjn. Ladles Bible vice',7:30 pjn. Everyone 1lUR. Worship 7 pjn.
at !10 ajn. Tuesday\ In John one *, a decree .ahtp7pjnJ : Prayer
son-Davis Chapel, Palatka,with daughter. Mre. Anna Plckreiy from the .University of Florida Thureday right Prayer. Meet* ..Class, Thursday U .Church .j'.. Tuesday i Meeting 7JO All other evenlngs p.m.
Parker'pastor
CalDesviilet J. W r. located one block: west on SR &
one eoa. Ina 7:30 .
burial In Palatka .Manorial ; : pun.David pjn.Rev.
Gardens. Thomas Starke. ; and ..1xJl'UdfhUcIna. ,H. had been a teacher .in. .Hoc ea,''Pastor! 18. : PINE LEVEL BAPTIST W.B. Chauncey: pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN

the Nichols: .Fla. school ays J.P.H.. Bell,.minister< 10 Morn-, CHURCH
Funeral services weN held tarn for 10 years, and a teacher -. 'CRACK!:''BAPTIST 'flNEHU.L'CONGREGATIONALI SYaWorsahSchool: ajJK ajn.; Pre 'Services SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
513 at 10:30 a.m. Monday: In CrosbyL.h. ; and. principal at Bails Lake CHVRCH..STARJat Band YPeople BAPTIST CHURCH Worship II a.m. Evening
Pack (Booster
Cub ,
Cemetery with Elder Robert School: tor 21 years. He-,tae Sunday... 10 Hon O h0I5STCHURCH 633":W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Worshp 1.Jame.ShawlMltor.BROOKER .
a.m.
and Prayer ServiceV
Sunday School 10 Mom- 10
ajn. Sunday School: .m.
JuniorIndoor Smith and Elder HermanMoody a., teacher and superintendent :
Stages '
tog Worship at U. Training '.Ing Worship U U n. Youth Ser- 6 pun.Evening Worahlp 7 p.m. Preaching 11 ajn.Training Union BAPTIST CHURCH
conducting. Interment of the Sunday School: a member ,
.Union, '!*0p.m. Evening Washship Service, Wednesday
Olympic was fa Crosbyile Cemetery' of the Official Board of 'vlce 6 pjn. Evening Worship Midweek 5:45: pjn. Evening Worship.. BROOKER, FLA.
v 7:30 Wednesday Prayer 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. HU- 7:30 pjn. Rev John Strickland, welcome. Rev. Jim Temple Sun-
7 Everyone pastor.
under direction of DeWltt C. his ehurcht' the winter Haven ,' Leon p.m.
Jones Funeral Home. American Legion Post; Eagle T. c MeettBf>dom 7:30.' -.Rev.' ...v ;)lama, pastor ,Pastor. Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol
; Jr.. pastor.ADtPARX
Cub Pack 513 met. Thursday Lake Lieu Outa Theta.Chl Superintendent. Training Union
night In the Southalde Elementary Fratarnltyt and National Retired KAVTiarf' .. FIRST ASSEMBLY. OF'GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .,, .CHURCH OF GOD 6:45: pjn. Lowell Douglas, Di-
cafeteria.,' : ,H. L. Garrett Teachers Association.SurvMnt. : CKURCn 'Ralford Road A Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theresa) 'OF PROPHECY, BROOKER' rector. Worship Services U a.
Ldoorlnmor Sunday School: : 10..... Morning Sunday. School. 10 Mom- Sunday SchoolJO! ;' ..m. Morning
The boys had an la : a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service -
Olympic, tournament with Herman Lee Carrett, 64, of Mrs. Patricia: Camel! ctter Worship; U am. Evening Ing Worship, tt. Sunday Evening Morning Worship -1U.ajn. Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo : 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, music
rlbbona awarded. to the win 299 S. Cherry St.. Storks, died Chase, Md. two slaters. Miss Worahlp." 7 p. m. Wednesday. 1, P.m. Thursday night 7:30. Training Union ,6:30, : p.m. ple's Service 6 pjn. Evangelistic director.
3 In Galnea- < Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Evening Worship .r> 7:15 p.m.
ners. Thursday Feb. a Elizabeth Wlmbarly and Mrs .-Charles Thomas, pastor Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH! OF JESUS CHRIST
'On Friday afternoon and Saturday .- 'yille hospital after, a long. UiUntil both otStark. 7 pan. 'Young Peoples Meeting Wednesday Night PrayerSlr. Prayer Meeting 7:30: JMn. DAY SAINTS
Winifred Green, LATTER
.... ; every Monday 7 pjn.C.F. vices 7:30 Rev. Merle OF
the two WebUoa Dent and randson.Funeral .' EVERGREEN BAPTIST pjn. Come and worship with us. Road
one( PrevatL 1404 E. Bessent
from Pack 519 had a trip to forced to retire by 111 services .were held welcome. ,pastor. Everyon& v Highway B5,' Northwest Of Packham, pastor .-Rev. Bobby? Harris,pastor Family Home Evenlne- Mon1 -
the Montgomery camp) oa the health, he was engagedinfarm- at>pan. Tuesday, thegreve. wtll1. Sunday School;.10 ajn. -
Suwannee River. IRe and was also a paper minworker. .aid,in Highland Cemeta1'1 near ST.. EDWARDS 'CATHOLIC. Morning Worship 11:15.'.Sunday, ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL, .. GREATER BETHLEHEM' 1:Imary- Tuesday 4:30 p.m.
attending ware Chris ; He was a member of Night Service. 7:30: pan: Wednesday FREE WILLBAPTESTCHURCHCor.
.: Boys Maxrtlle, with Rer.'DeWltt T. CHURCH STARKE' CHURCH. STARKE WednesdayRelief Society: ; ,
:Felos, Pat MI doff,Alan Mootgomery the! New Congregational Methoctts Interment Father Prayer Minting 7:30: Ash Chestnut Sunday
Farabee olDelal 8.; James Cregan, pastor Holy Eucharist: lit and 3rd 7:30.:
,Cory 'Brow. Neleon Church. Rev, Albert Knight,pas. School 9:30: Morning Worship, 7:30
slater Mrs was In the Highland: Cemetery Saturday Mass, 7 pjn.Sunday =: Sundays, U a.m. Morning ThursdayM.I.A.. pjn.
Surviving are a ,
,Green and Dwayne; and Brian of DeWltt 'C. 10..... ; .Ur .League 4 pjn. Night Service 8:30a.m.
Queen Esther Priester> thre.broh.rt under direction Mass Holy,Day Mass.. t Prayer 2nd. till and 5th Sunday WU- Sunday- Priesthood :
}
Parent ,, attending ,' 6 p.m.Rev. Jasper .
Baldwin. Arthur and Lemmle Jones Funeral Home. 7 pjn. *- 11 ajn. Church School 9:45ajn. : Sunday SchOol 10:30 ajn. Evening -
and Mrs.Jerald Baldwin LAURA BAPTIST oo. lUms, pastor.
;weN Mr. ConMeatona. Saturday: 6PJn. E.Y.C. 8 p.m. : ., Meeting,6pm.Sacrament.Jeses
Garret, both of Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. David Mont. v Sunday School 9:45 Lift Mor- Rector Branch
; \ -John M. Flym D. Branson,
and &, Ernest Garrett METHODIST
yo Mira A. Griffis UNITED
Don llardenbrook.herbert School of ReMgiem sine Worship H ajn. Evening FIRST' President.
Thomas. Wayne Mun-. Starl Worship 7:30 Midweek. STARKE .
Grade > : pjn.
School Sunday 11 '
dorf and H. F. Brown. Funeral services were held Mrs. Mlra Alma'Crtffla, 72, ajn.toQjwon,: We Study. Wednesday, 73O.Po BAYLESS. BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST
,at 3 Sunday la Macedonia'methodist 10 ajn. Wor and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
JUlIo died Thursday. Feb. m. Sunday School: Worship 11; Junior
Church, north 01MaCClem.r. of 3, Lawtey In a Starke. hospital after a '1Qcft' Bcbooi'7)' '' .,. ... Be In church Sunday.Lester ship. Servfce U ajn.. Church. .MYF groups,' 6 p.m. Sunday Worship: 9:45: ajn.
I .. with Rev. A. G. brief Illness. She was bon ta p.m., .. Austin, pastor.,. Training 6:30 pjn. Evening: Wednesday Youth Choir RehearaaL Morning 11. Training
Flym and Rev. Lorerito Grtffis March 3, 1699 Worship, 7:30. 'A' V: 7.p.m. Prayer Meeting Union 6:30: pjn. 'Evening Service
offlctatlng. Interment was and Clay was County a;member on of the Bap- BAYLESS HICHWAT., BAPTIST: ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC .We( sday- Prayer Meeting.., ,' ,1$01'; C cancel Choir; Rehearsal :- 7:30. Midweek Prayer
In the Macedonia: Cemetery.A Sunday School. ram Worship CHURCH. MACCLENNY 7:30pm. 7:45.DeWltt: ; Service, 7:30.
Church.
li + I tilt' Surviving la a brother,James c 3elrrl6s30 m Church Sunday Mu., Q noon Holy. Rev. J.D. Robinson, '.- T. Farabee Jr. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas

VIII Howe of Auburndale. 'IaI ,: ,EYaIIJw. .Day Mass 8:30: pjn, .. '. _. : tor.
1 .Funeral, services were held WOI'INDn1O.' '" L 1IJIi!. _. JI\'JW\; Ii< .__J.lln'. -" <
territory salesman was complaining covering a to large I his at. 1 pan.' Sunday In the Highland 7.3e'. =!..7" Prayer Msing" t :ii 'tht Churth'is Cod't appointed ogmcy'I" this weld :\\l1H1

sales manager of. the many Baptist, Church with Rev Rev.! J.a Robinson I .fer spreading Ihi knowltdgt of Hit hue fer men and !
hams his selling and traveling George Chum and Rev. Ray. -, ef HH' demand for man ,te mpond Ie! that lease by 1m,;!
Involved. "Why.' ;' replied the mond Caudlll In of lclthi Branch(. Interment Cemetery LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST'' lII living hh miahbor. Without thil venndinf In tare !
Lang
THEBES No sales manager,"when I was out was near Maxvllle under direction CHURCH liii lovt of( Cod, .. govommont er Mclaty ir way tl life :1m; Il!
+ aeAUTYOR FUN on the road, I often put In sixteen of DeWltt C. Jones Funeral Sunday School 10 ajn.Mom-: i 1l '.will loan ptnoMrt and the 'ftttdaml whkh wi held .I ii!!!
IN A BURNEDOUTrieM hours'' a day and thought Home. tag ot5a U'ajn. Evening. r M deer will Inavitably poridi. 111"".,.. VM Iron lil! i
nothing of It.'' '.1... been doing : pjn. Wednesday. should tin hutch
Everyone II I II e selfish point of view, one PfIll'f !!
the same thing for weeks and Idon't B welcome. Nh for th,* sake of tht waiters of dimwit and his ;I
ITYPadgeU Robert Hates ED
f.r... think a lot of It, either, Rare pastor tyond thai howovor. eve" ptrwa: :should upheld I
the salesman.
.Ir.t replied It tells the truth ',
.1a''UUU CHURCH OF GOD 'and partkipata" In the Church boc uM
____, .. .. ... Berry Padgett", 63, of Starke truth whkh Jill
'''''' died Friday Feb. 4, In Start 432 N.. St. Clair St., Starke. about man's lift. doom and d.itinyLNs' ;
> nursing home after an extended Sunday. School.: 10 ajn. Morning .done' will. lot' him ,trio to fin a.,a ,child of Cod.f' WI!
PUBLICNOTICE Illness. He wag born In Starkeon Worship 11 ajn. Sunday. !'I..i iE1NT1lE :.',
Dec. I. 1909, and bad lived Evening 7 pjn. Youth Night, \ .IHII, '
"
her' all of Ms Ufa. He was Wednesday. 7:30 pan. Prayer "

'BooksRegister a member of (he Church of MeettogTFriday. 7:30 pjn. !\\! .
Registration Y,JCod.'"* I1'Survhrhv ,-bY"r... ; W..KSdIt., putlor :' Sll 1'\\1\\ \
I4't'3' Joe .
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; la one brother S
.t xiNQuy' H i'!r rif "
;' : LAKE 'BAPTIST
'Vf'1 #1/1/ of Jacksonville. I
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: .. Padgett : ,' l l ,
c Funeral services wen'hall Sunday School 9:30: ;; Training .' 111m.

Now.BOOKS at Church a p.m.of Monday God with In Rev.the Starke Yates Union ahte! Q 1 :11S sun ajrut Evening Morning Worship woe. To.Hery child.thm, comes: a time .. -'GlfQlIN '} !;IIII'I'
I.
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,OPEN KON., THRU ,FRI. 'W. Kldd offlclattng. Interment Cemetery 7S5 Wecaaaeday.p.er.'Prayer. Meeting '7.30 u when....the)'.begin. to wonder... Where: :+al!HI;
In the Evergreen
1 8:30: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M, was near Raltord with DeWltt .Pastor Rev.. Robert West :did( J I come from Who., made the a ::11I11 ';
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C. ,Jones Funertl Home In ;
i FINAL laDFOR.'REGISTrfATION .charge. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. trewtWfio made the mountains -r \1 !h1i:
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Sunday School. 9:45.: :ajn. .' tRYOSE \ !iil
"' E ha !
BEFORE: .' Morning Youth ,ml
A father took his small son .to Fellowthlp 8 t.m.UChoir Practice \. I
;, ; PRESIDENTIAL/PRIMARY, MAR. 14 vlilt the IalnU,'.newest arrivalIn Wednesday 8 pjn.Rev. ?.v-\ knoVthefc t water. Ililil J!

the nursery off the.1ocaI ,- .,Robert D. Burch ?*f) C'P. '/" w.art./: 511,1', GyN': :IIII'! ; \ ',
UTa.IAY'FEI.12) Hood la frontof -
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window IHI i
liege CHURCH "l f st/tl :t !
the peering CALVARY BAPTIST ta/"II/ u'illf, .fffr Meet witf/ tn
; FROM 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.- at the U tiny 'cribs In which Sunday School: 10&.III. Mom- .. Chef in !l"Ililil!
there were 13 babies. "Oh, look Inf WorsiMp O, Training Union ti.1/ tblrr'rtIm" ,,:
IN THE COURTHOUSE Daddy! he exclaimed"They 8:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.LeRoy I )
OI :
kno\\'J lge
ThUlonginir l for :1111
have two more traps. set." pirymptFutorBETEL' "' :, 'r Nr4' jIl jIlst

Books will also be open' 'BAPTIST CHURCH : '.', '.' ,'. of Cwi;' p'huuki( be \\l..nL'(1 ''Hi" !
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TUESDAY FEB. 8 School 10 Homo .f.. a !II"I!
Sunday ajn. ,,' early E .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH an
tog Worship. U.'..... Evening _'. ." '...,!,..*- ," aRe--' : .
9 A.M. t to 3 P.... STARKE Worship -7:30 pm;;' PrayerMeeting : "TsniNuparhildla IAimny .!hlll L Ll"

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL 'SIil I dy ,- Sunday School 9:45=} 7:3: -pjn..Wednesday.Rev. ;,HI1 mid ,'h'f/ t" idr' 'gill!
Horning Worship at 11. .sermon .- .J.C.. "'n.paw'KORCAN ..>.-f'- -' ... lit ;" pn'.. /. /. .. ... !'Ii E

II "That; Ye Might Be Saved"} ROAD CHAPEL.'I&IDdIy' i .' '.". H'iIl( I/O'/ i'IK1I'f 1'w"a' :" r ill,! '
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-* GENEVA FLYNN Church Training, 6:15t: ; Evenlnr .
-: :4S a.m.&IndQ. 1 ,
< Worship; at 7:30 airmen .. .'. Plan .VOW" to attend([church. .mj
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School 11 a.m.' Morning Wtsrship ,: .,
ef Electlen. .
Supervisor "Come and See. 0' ; \ !
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t Tnlning Union 1.C11.61
JUlIo'" Vlth r '
Choir Practice )your family
MondayYouth .1
7 pjn. Evening Worship I'HI! !
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7 pun. 7:30 Prayer Ser I .
Wednesday
'Tuesday Young Musicians, vices. 'f". IIIrr !
................... 3:30 C. A.and Bell Choir Practice '-Rev,' HobCnwr..pubrDEDAN f MlHliHmmWiHimiHmllin I:

1 Wednesday, 4:15.: Family NightSupper 1III1Imilmmmiil11iJIUlllimmmmlIInUiUillI; I I !! f Ir !!a i; !: it!liuiiUUlIhWmllUlliUilHIiHHliiHllliiiiiiiliilUlii!, I !: !! ( li,;, ; ; :!

.6. pjn. Prayer MeetIng BAPTIST CHURCH
and R. A. Meeting, 6:30 BROOKER -
$50 REWARD !
pjm.l; T..ehere'and Officers Sunday .Schael 19 .... Worship "
Meeting, 7:15 Church- Choir Services U ..... sad 7 STARKE: 60"
Practice, 8 pjn. Untoa 0 ; '
Makers p.m. Training pun LOIIIA' SERVICE
ThursdayMusic .-Rev. Lacy Cooway pastor
Bell Choir .
Choir Practice. .
Practice 3:30 pjn.W. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH / 4S4 s 151'' Kill E4wi rtl* I'' 964TM1

0 A. Hogan" pastor Sunday School JO.... Honing tire TruJttff

FOR INFORMATION Worship. IT .... and' 7'p. ojt Qiiiot ,
Headlight Adjaattaff
LEADING TO ARREST MADISON STREET m.' -Rev. ,>,John Rosa, yutaeAIRFARE ot1r+N a

AND CONVICTION. 0 BAPTIST CHURCH if ,' ." Brake Service

Sunday School: 0:45: : .Morn- 'BAPT CHURCH' Carl Heret......Pfco.e' M441HWXECXXR It 1. Wheel llalanc and
fog Worship 11} Church Training faartay .School: 9i4S: .....HOT'ring -: '
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6:15; WMU Prayer Circle. Worship U .... Evening ... $S9 B. CaD''si:;;."-i .Slarke. Ma.Paa Alignment
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... 7ilS: ; Evening; WuorChoir 7:30. Worship 7 ajn. Wednesday 1N-1191. 8XRYICKIhrny : : M M4.S74S' for,,FREElaaa CONDITION SERVICE
Of Anyone PewnJ Removing Aay Monday- Y Practice Prayer Meeting aad Bible..,.

hem .f Value In Crosby Lake C..t ry, I-. : Children's Choir, 7 p.m., 7 Study oaBookofPsnas ;Ml:... 109He .ctl" a :sad .,Eallaaalee AH Minor Repairs
eluding Flower Sh........", Pen en.ot PI.,.. TuesdayMlsaloa Friends y'5 ,,'pear Everyone
Arrangements, Heee'trenea..,. Fence*, It.S ... Girls In cUon.: 3:30 p.m. l -) a .TaayleStarke 8.1'N.. Tempi. ,\".. Stark
.WednesdayFamily NightSupper I'' .. ., ,
s <:30; Prayer Meeting. HAMPTON BAPTIST. HHttaflHafleHeflHHaflBKaVHHaflBHQMeHBHSTARKE- HMmPftVWe
.. '7:30: ); Church Choir Practice CHURCH
Please Give Infermeflat T. Any Defvty Sheriff '8:30.: .- ..Sunday. School aJn.i; Keratof BUILDERSSUPPLIES f: EDWARDS
or Any M.mb.r.fth.. Creaky Lake Cemetery ASM. "Dentoa Sumrall, pastor berries U ajn. ag le Stady. F
ViO p.m.} EftIdJwmee1act Inc. f MarketGreceriea
\ .:Po end Grocery1 iml
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''nDR.mUM FIRST Sunday Service CHRISTIAN:Sunday CHURCH School Bible Wednesday Study. 7:30- pjn.Prayer., Ac* Hardware Mr>.ti- .... Repaireru.

9:45 ajn. Morning WorahlA.10i45 liebla IIameJ. Pastor = GAS AND ML
FROM I'l MPHN' DASH ajn. Een1qgS.rwtc 7:1$ Falat BeryaUev

S JUDo Youth Group Meeting,Sunday JflOMlt MISSIONARY> .. G..a. Jack aa.d Chdya .idwards .TYPEWRITERS
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In Any Area Of' Tim Canatan: Except The -J C.Rw.r. : adnlaterNORTHSIDE RAPT 1'14LA'3ON behind:Tutee U. .. i 61' 8aiUi:,_ Stark. Bradford County.
u.s. 301 Norm, ; rirer
Lon Aria In Raar Of Poop. Housa. FreeDrtve: hi. Sunday 11111,11 v mONK:...-UII, .TelegraphCLAY

BAPTIST f School: 10 ajn. Worship Service 11' ''........ ...,. *4+i2 ,
CHURCH .. U ..... and 7 p.m. Prayer -
: toterwctlon of Highways' 16 Service 7:30. p.m. WedneeLeroy "
: CROSBY 1AXI OMiTBITASSOCIATION .,, ELECTRIC :COOPERATIVE. Inc.
,. DWlest) and 235. Rev" Tayae l-, ....
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pastor, pastor.:
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Sunday. school: 1:15. Morning ,C,rUD.. assoclao*.pistor. owl By THeee.We Brrve !. ,Twelve Northeast *
Service at D. Evening Service .Pmethtrslkmy.6.. ailgli.-Plrn.
473.41111
7:30..Wedaeeday Service. ..7zJO.p.a. ''A Cla: 'alfled,Ad In the TELEGRAPH ::- :I

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.-. .... .. .. .. I Last Monday morning started will Idll most nematodes and 1"" tweeds
.1rea non nag it mat tnewnite. the heart of the city's business of Starke's growth from a E. Pace came to Starke la 1856 x with another.tflch' of rain. This at the same time. t
paid Ms Indian brother$25: district in those days-- an area crossroads trading post to a from Mlddleburg and opened the t ,r did not make as any: wetterijust -. This material, methyl bro-
for Manhattan Island. lying: between the railroad on thriving young town The Impetus first large general merchandisestore i mads our water a little mlde. Is called a soil fuml- '.

The town of Starke was a the east and the present site to this growth of course, on the south side of Call deeper.. pmt and is quite expensive. j
little more expensive than that. of the old courthouse on the was the construction of the Street, next to the railroad Our pastures are not hurting Jt .is not recommended for gardens '
George W.Cole,Starke's first west. famed AUantic-to-Gulf railroad They had been partners In business ,, yet but we do have too much because It has to to cov- postmaster, paid the U. S. Government Mr. Cole acquired title to from Femandlna to Cedar InMlddleburg 1853.: water on our strawberries said with plastic for' a few ;
around $100 for the this quarter-section in 1859 Key with the track reaching Old papers unearthed In the and ,....... Wet fields are holdIng -,. days after application .>w< .
40-acre tract comprising the the year that might be saidto Starke In 18 8. old courthouse several years b up our land preparationfor Our tobacco grower are \using .
"Original Town of Starke" have been the real start James C. Richard and George ago show that Starke was Incorporated -; com, tobacco) and field a number of nematocldes, .':' .

In 1878.These hand- crops. or In a combination, with an "
kenM insecticide for wlreworms. I'll v. ..
written documents
were contained _
4 eee be to discus these ,' .' '
In a well-worn filing happy things
etrtTORlALS envelope which bore the Inscription If- with you if you have had a :*'f.

"Papers In the matter With bunking ahead, folks problem with either pest. ; :
of the Incorporation otStark. should about plantIng .'
'
.." a vegetable garden. e S's e *VJ>

cs.. ,. The papers signed by BenJ. A garden, like all crops, PTt-, j''
E. Tucker, Clerk of the Circuit should follow a definite plan *-'
Court; said for production to do It's beat Beef cattle prices are still ".
"Nonce Is hereby given that We have a Circular 104 called holding satisfactorily for our <"o :,:

on Monday the 29th day of a Vegetable Gardening. Guide cattlemen -

White Elephant Or May A. D., 1876, all quail- that will belp'OU. This guide This is encouraging, espe- .::?.
will give a lot of informa- clally the .
fled registered voters within you during I time when ,;.
Asset? the limits hereinafter describedare tion such as garden design! big winter feed bills are comIng '
Community soil preparation, liming, fertilization In. A fair return on an :' :
requested to meet the ,
_tuism___ at__ wa_ .vi..".__rn.. vi__ ma at vir irrigation, weed Insect investment will usually' make ..!;,
Bradford County' picturesque old donated prized mementoes of our historic b ndt Court In the Town of Starke and disease control. It a person do an even better Job ". ,,

courthouse was recently the subject past for the museum's displays. ?Florida to decide by vote i'he- also has listed the recommended of II'IanIII' mont. Of course, a
Each month val her or not we Incorporate said varieties of vegetables that better Job of management should .
and feature storyIn passing sees more '
of photograph '
a speculatingon uable additions to this mirror of our Town! and elect officers for the Mrs. Annette Kitchens watches. es Mayer Carl. Hurst declares will grow In our area and when also bring in a better, return. '
the Tampa Tribune ]jovernment the same. February Heart Fund Month.February. and how to plant each variety. There Is also a slight sigh fr.
what would become of the familiar heritage. "The proposed limits are as The vegetable gardening guide of relief from our poultry and ;

landmark now that It no longer Is being bllows, to wits all that >>orIon will also give you some infor- swine producers. These folks .. .. ,

used In an official capacity. "Not h i only from Iroquois County, of Section 28, Township mation on how to control nematodes have bad over a year of poor .
but from over our state, from over I L .Range 22 lying North and Is In ;your soil. Moat of prices and many have operated>> ...:'
the United States and from foreign rest of Alligator Creek and our soils contain these tiny at a toss. Some of our poultry :,'
One possible answer came In the he NE-1/4 of SE-1/4 and SE!: parasites that can Infect different producer have had empty 1.;.
form of a letter from a reader of the countries as well have come visitorsto /4 of NE-1/4 Sectton29,Township parts of the plant. Just houses for over six .months. ,:

article enclosing a newspaper clipping the Old ,Courthouse Museum In an | 8, Range 22; also one Heart MonthDesignating last week I was asked to look Maybe 1972 will be fa better J.

describing a happy solution that was ever Increasing stream. During the acre In the NE corner of SE4S at about 1/2 acre of onions year for us, especially since "-.'

reached In the town of V/atseka. HI. summer when touring Is at Its maxi /4 Section 29, Township 6, that were dying. A nematode poultry is such big 1 business ,?;1.
analysis/ showed a heavy Infestadon
22. in Bradford County, .
which had a similar problem with an mum the museum Is host to nearly The notice was dated April February as National munlty effort to' Tight heart of four different typesof ; Don't forget to call us for .'!,*4,.

abandoned: old courthouse. With a little 3,000, with a recent season's visitors !III, 1876 and was prepared ''feyeoiest Heart Month locally, disease," asks Mrs. Kitchens nematodes. There Is very your copy of Circular 104, Vegetable .

bit of Imagination and Initiative this Including tourists from several .. of many voters." Starke Mayor Carl Hunt pans Heart disease, she points out, little that can be done for this Gardening Guide if you ,. .
town has turned Its old courthouse foreign countries. The envelope also contained his signature as Mrs. Lenwood Is the number one cause of crop after the nematodes are are planning a garden this year. ''
Kitchens Service Committee death In the United States. FIt- already on the roots. The main .
lie original tally sheet show- Better yet, conic ,by your
Into a real community asset rather DC that 42 .ballots were cast chairman of the Beta Sigma ,}'-four per cent of deaths aredirectly consideration should be to County Agent's office on North .yv v

than let It become a detriment. "And so.the museum, by dint of a the election, and were t un- Phi Sorority, watches. related to heart disease "treat" the soil before plant- 301 in Starke and look over our *.,"...'
The sorority Is sponsoring and diseases of the car- susceptible crop. bulletin selection. We have
the unceasing efforts of enthusiastic Most .
moor-oration. the local Heart Fund Drive as diovascular system, according of our strawberry and y.
The same thing could be done In some real good production Information .
volunteers from all over the county
Its 1972 service
project. to Heart Association tobacco
of the Brad tented more than the neceslary statistics growers will not set on Just about -
Starke with the backing everything .'.
be :termed cultural Included In the efforts ?
a success sorority's To minimize
can two-thirds of the total risks of a heart i plant before treating their from Azaleas to Water- ",.
ford bounty; Historical Society and a valuable adjunct to our appreciationof 1st of qualified voters In the to provide funds for the attack the Heart Association land for these pests. This yeara melons. We are always happy t'.

the local U. D. C. Chapter, both of the debt we owe to those who broke Starke community at that time. Northeast Florida Heart Association advises that youEliminate : number of strawberry growers to serve you In any way.possi
whom have expressed a desire that areA : cigarette smok have used a material that ,
the trail to the spiritual wealth we Dr. J. L. Gasklns was elected ble. ,

the county's; only historic landmarkbe enjoy today. And It Is with consider X 38 Mayor with by W.a F.landslide Bowen vote and Heart Fund Ball set for ing.Adhere to a diet low In -. .-- .....

preserved. able satisfaction that we find that I. C., Richard each Saturday, Feb. 12, at 9 p.m. animal fats and cholesterol 1 "'
many of.those who tour the museum, one vote.The receiving: at the National Guard Armoryon -Have regular medical check- "Ir'F' awglam's By Martha Sue McCain'

Here's the story of how one com- both individually and In groups, are selection of a City Clerk Edwards Road. Tickets are ups for the detection and treat- ..'. I' County Extension u .;
munity solved the "old courthouse" members of our finest youth organizations was likewise. nearunanimouswith $5: per. couple\ only adults admitted. ment of high blood pressure and .dlWfb; Home Economics Agent ';

problem, as told In the Watseka. HI. church and public classes, Simon S. Weeks receiving -A closed chest massage high These blood conditions cholesterol.are major ."".

Dally Times: 4-H Clubs and others of 34 voles to one each forJ. ;.:
rising Resuscitation
our .,.M. Johns and Gib Holllngs- Cardto-Pulmonary factors associated with heart ..'.
generation eager to learn more about worth ) clinic Is set Monday, Feb. attack and smoking, accord-
"Five years ago the old Iroguols their 14, at 7:30: p.m. at the ar- Mildew, has. been the theme
what they owe to forebears. The five Alderman elected, "RememberrtAFebnsry warn, moist poorly ventilated ;.i,
County Courthouse appeared doomedto the first Council mory. Instructors from the Is for numerous calls lately and
"Yet the museum Is only] a part comprising City Jacksonville Rescue Unit and preferably shaded or poorly -
demolition an anachronism for of the story of the Old Courthouse, and the number of votes classes to teach conducting this- Heart.Month, says Mrs. Kitchens usually when some call there lighted spots. It does attack ">,.-.
which there In this modern received by each were: Joseph are about twice that many more fabrics wood leather ..-
was no place ,pa- ,
beneath Its roof has been life-saving
today. Space technique( to be ap- "Make a special effort at this that have some problem.
Alvarez 39 A. H. Johns 38
,
; ; per, plaster,concrete,plastics,
,
age. made available to a variety; of youth Thos. Hemmlngway 37i J. C. plied to heart attack victims.A time to conquer this numberone Not much need to tell )'OUthat paints, resilient flooring material ,

and adult organizations. Meeting! and Richard 38; and 41. W. Mc- road block on additional Saturday. killer who is at large In it Is or can be a real problem and other household items .' '
"And, then.,a sort of miracle occurred work rooms and...torage space have KInney, 34.Managers'. Feb. 19, to collect our midst and claiming vic- here since our climate Is causing stains, dlscolora- '-;':

In this day whichhas so often been'prcmded ''for'area Scouts: l (Girls of the election were funds."Please' .. ittms.every day; mqre than one ,also perfect: for the growth of lion.,and eventual ,,destruction "'.t
this million ''
been accused of breeding? only cynicism and Cubs) Work S. 8. Weeks,'.:!.. Tnryden.. #.... helpIn- cornS Americans,.,_annually. mildew. Mildew-thrives InTM If not treated and removed. 'ji.4;:
.Jloys ; :or .
and Indifference. A group of dedicated crraft and.,.... man a. Y. nowen *ionn w.dams ,. ..- 'IpR; MtJ' ,1\\ ., .... I '!". U>!lN'1r' Mildew closely resembles '*
able for of art
a variety .
was clerk. 1 dlrJU'tt' has .,.
citizens shocked at the thought of a musty; unpleasant .
hobby groups, as well as organizationswith The 42 parsons listed as vo odor Strangely enough It attacks '
this venerable county landmark succumbing a variety of cultural Interests. In the election were: A. H. CUBB Board dark colored paints more '.,".
to the attack of wrecking Jo hni. W. F. Bowen. T. emoh Adopts 1 readily than it does white paints. '.'

crews, spoke out for preservation of "Each summer the old courthouse mlngway, X. L. Adams,, F. D. The darker paint have more i
HoUlngswortti. J. M. Johns, oil !thus solfter '
the old structure. grounds have been the scene of a Revised StructureNelson and the mildew -
he *
Willis Sanders '
'Fredric Sandy roots have easier entry. ,
.
.
thoughtful salute to our senior citizensat Andrew Albert, Sr., Jack Wil Surfaces treated with linseed
to take the advice of
"Refusing an anniversary party for those county llama G. W. Adams, J. Q. Bradford Board of County oil Instead. of'paint are prime ,,<.-.
those who told them the fight Plea Executive: Director
was couples and former county residents Adams, Alex Sanders, James Commissioners Seats candidates ;
lost before It was begun, they coursed who have celebrated 50 or more years Murrhee, Robert Albert Brit- of CUBB Economic A- city council, public offendto WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT: '
agencies '
Inc.
the county testing the pulse of public ton Minims, S. B. Williams, gency. ,announced this week 1. Some mild cases of mildew "
of married life And each Christmas Feb. 7, 1m that the agency's board of directors and civic organization ..
' H. W. Adams J. C. McRae can be removed with ,.
a
sentiment. And they found that there will be rotated .
season the Old Courthouse Is the site at Its regular meetIng annually among
Hutchison stiff
M. H. C. Bowen brush If it off
a. were hundreds who agreed that the of Christmas Tree Lane, when several S. S. weeks W. T. Dryden. Dear Editor: on January 24,. adopted a the groups) In even county In easily and leaves no come stain, repainting ,?
an order determined
old courthouse, which had played so dozen trees are decorated In a varietyof J. J. Bowen C. Holllngsworth, For some time now the AmerIcan new board structure to be Implemented CUBE Board.Appointment by will the with a mildewresistant .

Important a role In the affairs of fashions appropriate to the Yuletide W. A. Bessent Joseph GasWns. people have been led to and election during the of appointment the new be directly to the CUBB board, paint should end your.wor- .:_'

this area for nearly a century, shouldbe by various area groups and organizations Andrew Albert, Jr., N. J. believe that Inflation Is caused board. The agency Is presently for a period not to exceed one rice
Jones Dr. J. L. Gasklns. G. 2. For
preserved. and prices and November severe cases, scrub
by high wages year concluding 27
for the admiration thousands receiving appointments to ,
W. McKlnney, Joseph Alvarez the infested area thoroughly
so they willingly accepted President 1972.
who come to view these Nativity sym Dr. J. M. Jones, Oan'l McRae, Nixon's and price the board from public (governmental with a solution of chlorine
"Gathering firm evidence of the wage ) agencies: and private
bols. J. J. Spartanan, J. M. Batch, bleach. Use one half to one
In fact the outcries
public feeling In this matter, the defenders W. F. Thebaut, Erwin Johns, controls only (civic) organisations. Invitations In addition to board them-- cup of bleach to each gallon
.
to be heard In "protest"were to agencies and.organzaaons }-, ber appointed from various
of the old courthouse appeared "And so' the old courthouse: now John Parker Jasper N. Strick that the federal controls for representatives (organizations of water. Rinse with clear water -
before the Board of Supervisors and land M. W. Brown and KitAnother should have been Imposed to representative and wipe the surface as I.
Into upon the CUBB
Its
second century of service to wuliam.. Board of Directors, of low-Income residents will be dry as possible. This method
made known the public pulse, with the the people much sooner. Few the governing board of the CUBB elected by the low-Income
people of this area, has a new lilt contained In the resident can be used for cement floors,
the result that a year's reprieve was role which promises to be as Important old envelope Indicated that there think elected back that before he said Nixon for was the Agency, are. being offered In themselves In elections wall tiles and all types of floor
won for the building. accordance with the newly- to be held In the Neighbor- tiles. The bleach
49 not kills
and as valuable to the citizens were only electors who were federal government to enact only
adopted hood
to vote structure Mr. Race Service Center and other the fungus but removes the
of this region as was Its first giaUfled at that time. wage and price controls was a explained that under the new polling place in. each
"Andsave a year later the battle to Those listed as qualified, but disastrous step a step that he countyon dead particles as well. Work
98 seat of plan seats
years spent as a county who did not get to the polls are reserved for February 19 from 8 a.m. quickly and carefully on plastic -
the old would not take.
courthouse was won-- government" one from each to 6 p.m. Mobile unit will and
that day were: F. W. Simmons representative asphalt tile to avoid
the supervisors, now cognizant of the R. Turner. J. G. Alv.rezrJ. T., In a free enterprise system Is of Baker and be provided for those low-In potting the surface. '.
such Inflation not
as ours
public sentiment, and convinced by the C. DUlaberry. Moses Mack, Ell caused by labor and business. come residents who cannot 3. For mildewed wood surfaces ..
accomplishments during a year's trial Strickland and J. C. Richard. There are two causes and they reach the poll.. Specific Information try a solution of 4-6 %

period, agreed that the structure could ; Dr. CasMns the first mayor both from the aovem.- concerning polling tablespoon washing soda to a 5 ,
The
philosopher said "Where thereIs emerge Tree Planting places will be
announced
of theirectly
came to gallon of water first. Scrub
play a meaningful role In today's world. from Starke ment. One Is overtaxation, the ;
y
vision the He
no perish d
people
,, medical school' well and then rinse with clearwater. :"f
Accordingly, they granted the Manage- might have added that where there Is and bought out the drug store' other is to decrease the (supply Program Used If this doesn't remove i: f f
of value A .
ment Committee of the Inxyiols Coun- no vision, time-honored landmarks then owned by Dr. Smoak, who and silver) which/ backs up Bide For idle AcresTree the new election innovation of low-Income this yearIn the mildew ,' use" one of these ';
Historical moved to
ty Society Providence remedies {
; a 99-year leaseon :
come tumbling down to make room This can be board
representative has been
paper money.
*
Dr. Gasklns became (a) 4-6 T. trlsodlum
the old courthouse phosr4atcleanaerandlT.house
building. a poli -
for another service station or hamburger deal power In the done be permitting our gold redUtitcting Into low-Income '
county and and silver to slip Into foreign planting programs have area throughout the four : -
stand. Let It not be said that represented Bradford counties hold ammonia
County met with In Bradford per gallon of
"Starting with the nucleus countries and by manufacturing success In five ;
resulting districts
provided Starke and Bradford County are so In the State Legislature for this water; or I
County year, although at
more and more paper money In Clay County two each In 1
small historical ; ,
by a collection little .venl terms. He Cb) 4-6 T, trlsodlum
appreciative of their historical was acci without Increasing the supply times the ground has been too Baker and Union Counties and phosphate 1
which owed Its existence to the efforts heritage that they will stand by and dentally drowned In Klnesley of our and silver. wet for equipment to operate, three In Bradford County,,each cleanser and 1 cup 11- .

of a former circuit Judge> the Historical see our old courthouse become a pile canvas Lake about boat 1898 that when he a small] Our leaders Inothe White House according to County Forester of which will elect a r--'>resentattve Ion quit of chlorine bleach per gal- .J

Society Instituted at the old of rubble when It could be turned his sons to build, capsized had helped while are guilty of both of these Allen Tarleton. to tile board. Rinse water.and dry thoroughly before *

courthouse a museum which today occupies Into a priceless community ....etone -- he was trying It out If Illegal there acts.Is to Yes be my any friends balanceat "For Instance J. R. Waln- repainting. :

a large portion of the building. that If lost, can never be re. all for the buying powerof wright had an area of about 14 In Clay County; the district 4. If a plastered wall 1* mildewed ;

From all over the county, citizens placed. our dollar, wages and prices acres bulldozed and bedded." are Number I, Inside city lim scrub it with this solution -

3B&E'sNet must go higher when taxes Tarleton said. ."By the time its. Green Cove Spring; Di..- ; 2 T. formaldehyde in 1 -
keep on Increasing. Inflation the trees were ready to be trlc 2, outside Green Cove gallon water..Allow to dry be-
PenniesThree Is the cause, not the effect of planted, the 14 acres were a Spring city limit to Spring- fore painting) or papering. '
high prices and wages. great big bog Waln- bank Road on the west Hlbernla When the surface has dried I

The Bradford County petty breaking and Following President Nh on's wrighf s son David, got some and Russell on the north it Is ready to be repainted or ;
enterlngs took! place under the State. of the Union Messagewe good exercise using a'dibbleto and West Tocol! on the south; reflnlshed. Allow wall to be :
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED cover of rain early Tuesday heard of the Added Value hand plant the area." District 3. Pierce Station, Pen papered to dry; then size Add .
morning the Stsrke Police Tax. This Is one of the most ney Farm and Keystone I T. formaldehyde in l.cup i

: 1&7V Department has reported. Insidious taxes that can be Instituted Tarleton said that the REAP Height; District 4, Orange water to each pail of wallpaper :
;
by government because Park and Doctor pa.te. :
any A-7 practise Is available to Middle-
!''MBiua, Buss Place on East Mad!. It Is a series of hidden Bradford County landowners. trlc 5, Clay Hill and Please call your Extension "
son Street was robbed of 915 taxes which are camouflagedin This minimumof burg. In Union County, Lake Home Economics Agent's Of. .'
Me"etaF1.OR1 He will guide you Inti In panties the retail price of com $10.90 program per pays acre a for plant. Butler and Providence makeup flee for bulletin"HOW TO PREVENT '.

the truth.-(John 18:15): ;. modities. While taxes and gov- big pine trees. Should the land District 1. while District AND REMOVE l1HLDEW" S
A ESS The Brown Derby on Oak fernment spending Increases, 2 includes Raiford and Worthington This bulletin is free 1
owner chop the land or disc
Street In Reno was entered Spring Baker Caws for the asking./
Inflation Is compounded business it, he can be paid as much as : :
through a rear window and$1,50 and labor receiving the $37.10 f.y' district are) Number I, .
ASSOCIATION'f When tempted to speak hastily per acre the County .
in
pennies .*
18n. Sanderson
> condemnation and blame for Forester and Olustee: Number .
or thoughtlessly Just stop said .
of 2, Macclenny and glen St.
\J It. The John Birch Society .
to think and listen before set- A key was used to remove which I am a member ,has Mary In Bradford County, .
Ing. If we want to say the right. the money from the drink mach opposed federal wage and price "Many rowing are lying Starke and Kellbronn Spring* J ,,
words in a perfect way follow;* ine at Ed Cole's Texaco Ser ;:controls and does not want the around only broom- constitute District I lj District r AV9""A J

E.L. MATTHEWS,' Editor-Publisher Cod's 'guidance. Then we may vice Station on north Temple Added Value Tax to be imposed .. sedge, gophers! and possums," 2 I. Law1e), and District 3

'Published each Thursday end entered es S*
Class Matter et the Pest Office at Starke, Florida anyone-ourselves or undetermined. hope that the American people planting these Idle acres In .
trees ASC
contact Executive .
County
under Act el March 3rd, W9. others-to feel unhappy. Say. "The rain will petition their congressmen Director Warren Carver .
always
Subscription In trad area.?..1 year, S5.CO; Outside' and think that our actions are on" said a city policeman brings them of to vote against this vicious or County; .Forester Allen- Information concerning the .
man who..hlp com In
tr.d..r..t 1 year, $5.50. guided"irist within by the us.Mind of the have the small been made.thefts. No arrests and Paul unnecessary I. Meng tax Tarleton." for further Information. I candidates la each presently district will campaigning be announced usually find moat of hU relatives '
"
Hampton, Fla. next week.. et the dock.

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In Advance Night was observed will show another method. t
BRIDC! Jacksonville on Monday with

Winners for Tuesday Fob.1 .' a barbecue.. Others attending at the regular meeting of OES HOMEMAKERS CLUB :

1, were: First; Mrs. W. J. the barbecue. were the director: Chapter on Tuesday evening Mrs. Mildred Faytoo. Paildent
Grollck and Mrs John Strain.. and Ms wife, Mr. and Mrs Feb. L Associate Matron Betty ; Club
of the Keystone a
Second. Mrs. Mary Cook and George Wallis Robert CantreU Slkes and Associate Patron Homer -
member of Clay County Homemakers -'
will be Slices advanced: to the Worthy
Miss Iva Hlllyerj Third. MM. appearing In the next will at
production at the .Aihambra Matron'.. Made Lee Kings- Clubs preside
Gay Livingston and Mrs. Raymond beginning -
the Feb. 18 meeting at 10 ajn.
Staroest and Fourth on February 8, "Three bury and Worthy Patron Floyd r _
Church Hall
In Cedars Baptist :
Mrs. A. V. Bannister and On A Honeymoon," with Ann Koons Station In the East
Two members of other near Smith Lake.FELLOWSHIP r
Mrs. C. W. Hardy. B. Davis of the Brady; Bunch Chapters

Winners for Thursday evenIng television show. affiliated with Keystone CLUB t .

Feb. 3, were: First Mrt. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bor- Heights Chapter 279. becoming The Senior Citizens Fellowship t, r 4 "
I chers of full members of the chapter. :
C. W. Hardy and Mrs. John Frediicksburg, Teas *
Club win meet at 12:30
Strawni; Second Mr. and MM. have been visiting Is aunt, Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig and Mrs Feb. 10 at Lions Club-
today, ,
Mike Falkelt third, Mlas Ice and uncle Mr. and Mrs W J. Marguerite Henschel were
: house. This Is a covered dish
'1 Grollck. greeted by. the officers and
:
HUlyer and Mn. R. P. Vogh; members.A luncheon followed by a pro d w
and Fourth was tied with: Mr.
social hour followed with gram. Members provide besides y MY
SHRINE CLUB .
and Mrs. Raymond\ Starnes and .
the covered dish their
,
Min Helen Dlttmer1 and MM. The Keystone Shrine Club will host and hostesses serving delicious
... own table service and bever-
refreshments the banquet j
meet
at 7:30
W. J. Grollck.COMMUNITY., : p.m. Saturday.
Friends and prospective
Feb. 12. at the Woman's Club ball by Donald and Anna age. -

CHURCH for a covered dish dinner. All McRae and Ancll: and Sarah members to attend.Rev. are cordially Invited Hew Night Former Clerk Vergle Homer (left) sworn In es Councilman Hew AirportPollcemoll

Community; >Church 'Women Noble. and their ladles are welcome. Hallman. Rye Manager COM
The February 13 meeting at Milton Scripture Program Tuesday night by former councilman (now Clerk)
dont the General
please forget -
Chairman will Introduce:
Joy Baker.
ft pan. Is an Important one and .
'
Meeting to1 be held on
the speaker Rev. W. Ho-
guest
a full membership is urged.
February Fark-ofruie-Palms.14 ar'l2'noon: The at ., First Baptist Election of officers will be talen who served u a Missionary In a busy session Tuesday bout the pollution of Little Lake be better not to take In any ville, but would have three men
In the Congo In Africa. at the Keystone airport for a
Keystone from washing sand of this area due to the fact
luncheon will be served promptly He will use colored slides or night the Keystone Heights City daylight. operation only seven
Church and clay but saw no early solution that It would have many miles
at noon so please be on Council
movies to Illustrate. his talk the of sand-clay roads which would days. a week. In addition to the
to problem.
time. A nrotnranV'ls>' planned -Set Tuesday, Feb. 22, at
which will show the life In new hangar Cam wants to lease
by Mrs. L.C. '''Gayler following Rev.; Lawrence. Carroll, pas tron, and Associate Patron;Secretary Africa. A Question period will 7:30 p.m. as the time for a Agreed, at the request of become the city's responsibility the concrete: : foundation where
Treasurer Conductress Mr. Baker to return to the if annexed He said his
luncheon.
the The* speaker.will tor. public hearing on the questionof
follow. Rev. Hotalen was a student the old hangar Is located and
and former schedule of hours at thinking now would be to redraw -
t'of' Sentinel. The officers
be a guest Park-of- Sunday School 9:45: ajn.Mor- Ga. when annexation additional area
at Toccoa Intends
Falls to erect another building
I the Palms.. Mrs.;Barry Wy. ning Worship at II. Youth Choir to be appointed by the new instructor Into the corporate limits. the City Hall.- from 9 to 12, the. proposed line coming
Rev. Scripture was : there to main-
man, president, will hold a Rehearsal., :5:43 p.m. Church Worthy Matron will be Chaplain former city: ; clerk Monday through Friday instead up the railroad to let the lninTrI..t carry on
there. tenance work such
Marshall Organist Virrggle of from 9 to 1, which home be the boundary.RuUedge' as paint.ig
Allah
brief business meeting. The Training 6:30; Evening Worship Homer to fill ttte nine-
which cannot: be done In
Ruth. had been In effect for the past Store would be the ,
Circle attendance I will be taken 7:30. Esther Martha Electa months unexplred term of Joy
and Warder. Committee chair- several months. boundary along Highway. 100. the new hangar
so pleas Support your TuesdayOutreach (visitation Four Keystone Baker.
A schedule of rent for
In the matter of the pending In answer to an Inquiry new
Circle ChaIrman'J'Do' >not for- ). man will also be appointed by
-Agreed to lease the Keystone Starnes said the north storage In the new hangar follows -
the annexation referendum vote, boundaryof
Incoming: Worthy Matron.On .
get to make reservations for Wednesday- Family Night Students NamedAs
Airport for a term of set to coincide with the proposed area would be : $15 per month for single
the luncheon by ''phoning Mrs. Dinner (covered dish), 6:30 tentatively
Rm
five years to Barney Cam of the natural engine planes up to four seats
WMS March 7 the last Chapter OutstandingHarold the Presidential Preference: gas line near the ;
Mission Action
473.4763'or''your Group
respective -
Gayle
:
Gainesville as a fixed base $25: month for single or
Keystone and the per
Airport
meeting of the current Primary on March 14, Mayor an-
Circle leaders Auxiliary meetings. 7:15: ; Hourof year
Have you marked these following Power 8; Choir Rehearsal there will be a Courtesy to El ena her. Stephanie operator. Raymond Starnes was authori nexed area would Include the twin engine planes'with five
I -Named Jim Rye, recently: airport hangar and much of or six seats; and tarter capacity -
dates on your calendar 8:45. the retiring officers and an- Bannister. Peter Morgan, sed to spend up to $100 forthe
Starke '
resigned police officer: planes to be negotiated.
nual reports. Prior to the necessary maps and other Crystal Lake.
All Circles will meet Febrary FridayEvangelism Workshop regular and Martens Keeth. Keystone
Chapter meeting of March School students as the new night policemanfor material In preparation for the Starnes said that the proposed The city's present utility; taxn
21 with the exception of the lat Baptist of Starke. Heights High ,
Keystone Heights.Temporarily rescinded
.
) was as un-
annexation be gas
must
21 Installation vote. approved -
of officers will OutstandTeenagei'll -
7:30 selected
Madonnas who will meet on p.m.The have been as
February 23. The Executive: Sweetheart. Banquet for be held. ing of America for ] repealed the Starnes said he had had a by a majority; of voters lair after It was pointed out
present utilities tax on gas "change of heart" about annexing Inside the city as weU (hat a person buying a cylinder -
Board will meet on February: Youth I and n Depts. and their 1972 according to Principal
because of Its "unfair"
application any portion of the new as a majority living In the ((25 gallonspays) the same
28 at 1 pjn. World Dayof Pray- guests and dates is scheduledfor Charles B. Rider.
be atChurrcch the.Community Monday evening. Feb. 14 at MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB Selection for this awards program mobile home development, High area proposed to be annexed $1 tax as the person who buys'

on March 3/at 10:30 7 p.m. This Is tile first Sweet- The February 16 Melrose Woman's automatically qualifies -Heard more complaints a- Ridge Estates, and said would before It can be done. Only 120 or even 250 gallons at a

General t heart Banquet that church Club Luncheon and Program these students for further state, persons who are qualified voters time. The clerk was Instructed
a.m. The next Meeting our.
will be held on March 6 with has had for the past few:years meetings will be held at regional and national honors, in Clay County Precinct: to notify, all gas companies

Mr. Phelps as speaker. The and we are hoping that it will 12 noon at the Clubhouse Following and scholarships valued at I Keep Landscaping Simple I I 7 can vote he said. serving Keystone of this ac-
.
Silver Tea will be held on be a.very nice occasion: for luncheon a guest speaker $7,000.Nominated. All persons both Inside and tion.: They will be expected to
our people. Nomineesfor will report on "The Recep their princi- outside the city; who wish to remit all taxes collected on
March 17 1 .
at young
pjn.WOMANSCLUB lion Center for To Elimate be heard Issue
Sweetheart Queen are Miss Prisoner at are chosen DrudgeryTime on the will be gas purchased: so far In Feb

,'- Cathy Neylans and Miss Suzanne Lake Butler." from Individual schools across given a chance to air their ruary. The repeal will remainIn
d.
Hostesses for the luncheon excellence the In maintenance. views at the February 22 hear effect until a fairer method
A class beginning Macrame Gassett and for King the country : Is of essence no
will be held at the Clubhouse are Mike Voyles and Bobby are Mrs. E. Hunter. Mrs. P. In community service and academic today's hectic: pace of living Don't line walks and driveways ing.On of taxing gas is approved.On .
Balnbrldge MM. G. H. Wes- recommendation of Air- the of sand and
problem
Gray son. achievement. and even a pleasurable hobby with unnecessary plantings
Mondays, February through
coat, Mrs. J. H. Williams and port Chairman Hartley Red- from streets Into
The pastor and church starf.Sunday like gardening can become a or place foundation plants clay washing
March 27. from 1 to 3 p.m. School directors: and Mrs E. Rice. The President drudgery In poorly planned so close to the building) that fearn. Jr., the Council agreedto lakes, the Council did not see

Materials and supplies will be workers, WMU leaders and Mrs. Albert Bachmam of Keystone MassarCawart home landscapes. A garden that they can't be maintained.Do lease the Airport to Bar any solution except paving the
furnished Fee $10. For Information Heights will preside. ney Cam of Gainesville fora streets and
Is
no a-
and contact Baptist Men leaders will at- Mr. and Mrs. George MeeseofKeystone requires unnecessary and expensive select plants carefully money
registration i.o..telNl..1be Evangelism Workshop maintenance can become considering their ultimate period of five years. It was vallable for that Streets Committee

Mrs.4138. Fremont W.\lIoma'1 Tolles bt) 473-" at the FIrst Baptist, >hurch: In'' ..MELROSE' The; Atechua HOMEMAKERS" 'Exleai-, 'the engagement Heights and approaching announce- o a great burden oct j the f .height and width., Dont use stated his that. Cam would Gaines continue Chairman' -Gay Livingston

I 1 '*::' ':1OB91 t>.*qo(3(:: *<$torke. Friday evening. The sloe Office: monthly County; bulletin, marriage of their laugher average homeowner and the Joy I plants which'consider'the require constant" .,.UJ..L._ ;. '.--.operations_. -____ ._...Ini..__. '. '._.,.L..... _..said._b, .._.?._._ .. ., _.- ,_,
ST. ANNE'S CHuRcH >101It' e err suunse of .the Workshop Is to ". Massa to Donald Wil- one should realize Is ckJ7'10.f .pruning. Da \ eed' !
,.
2 ..
otfee Break* haswsevsral "amCoCoran a of native since ,.. ...,....
Instruction plants
give to key church : they ;
A Shrove Tuesday Pancake' and varied In of Tampa son of : ; :! ;. .,
Supper will be held Tuesday leaders regarding their evanpu.tlc programs stony Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Cow-. However. It Is possible to obviously adapted to the climate .:t tSWARM
for the Homemaker of which ABOUT r f
attractive and functional and soils of 'JL & ?
Feb. 15. at :9:30 p.m. In the responsibility; and to Melrose Club Is a memberand art of Gainesville. have an :- the area THE TRUTH :.
Ame'sEpiscopal provide motivation thatwlll lead Miss Masse graduated from landscape which meets and usually have few pestprob- ('oL. .
of
Parish House St. C'
which the Club delemte or the needs of the family while lems.. .. ( '.,.
Church Adults $1.50 to a positive commitment to 'members attend. Keystone Heights High School ".. \ ,
outreach. at at the same tune requires min- Do use. mowing strips or edges .. ,,' .. Lo {,,: '" ': .,. Q'; IOI 'j...,'.;,
and children 12.75: *. Starting on February 17 at and Is presently a Junior ::
under. .1.> Among our shut Ins due to theExtenslonChibhouse Inum maintenance. But,, a minimum / along walks flower beds : ....\.. :'I .','. ....21 '"
9:30 In .
HERE N' THERE (8( Illness are Mrs. Carolyn Johnson In Gainesville Macrame workshop FSU.Mr. Cowart graduated from maintenance landscape and around trees and shrubs. ...'... .., I) _.tI",
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Whld- requires careful planning. These will reduce mowing and ,. .. .: ... .
CantreU Brandon School In Tampa
Mr. and Mrs Kent will be held. Materials High .. .... .,
.
and their son ,'Roger, entertained don and MM.'and Mrs. George needed are as follows: a clipboard HlllaborouKh Junior College,, Maintenance should be considered edging problems and create a ,.,,. .'.... .... .;. : --

Jonathon Harris, star of Long. We will be glad to see or a piece of corrugated and Is employed with General In the planning stagesof much neater landscape. ..'...'.. ,,:..'I ...... ., .... y
landscaping rather than as Do mulches to minimize y'
use
"Pleasure of His Compare" these folks back In church. cardboard covered with Telephone Co. in Tampa. .

at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre We are pleased to have the cloth, and scissors. For practice The wedding will be an eventof an afterthought. Work out In watering and reduce weeds In NGTERMTEs
'. I. following new members by let- advance any additions or alterations flower and shrub beds.Dont I "
in learning to tie the knots June 16 In the Community; / :IP
wv ter: Mrs. Linda Walker and Mr. No. 27 cable cord Church Keystone Heights. to your home groundsand overfertlliae. Keep
use ,
and you may have a definite purpose plants at minimum fertilization '''
Mrs. Frank Swarts of Keystone ..
or rug: yarn. and place for plant, tree levels and mowing and pruningwill : :
Heliflts.1I1eOta'. attend every : % &?
club member :
One .
S.E.'McKAYREALtQJt the training meeting may of t(BETTER HOME SECURITY IS I shrub or other feature. be minimized.And \ .{ .: .
: .
MANUAL Here are aomedo'.and40n'tsto last but not least dont .- fcVv '
SUBJECT OF NEW J
/
"
7t February 24 from 10 to 12 at .; ... .
think about In establishinga confuse low maintenance with ". ,, ':;w
.
the County :Extension Office. ... .
; low-maintenance garden. no maintenance. Plants will .l : ,
home and
Keystone rltt. 473-4816". ": The "subject: will be "Oven apartment(FPR.Improved security Is the Do eliminate many"frills"as sooner or later need water,fertilizer Termites, as a rule, ovoId light, rats +;:c ,

Meals. possible. A good design is and care and grass must But normally! each ,, A'-'"
Club presidents and vice subject: of the recentlypublished year C't'O, _).
based on simplicity: so use only be mowed. '
HOMES. ACREAGES ; when weather conditions -
: .i '
presidents are urged to attend "Home. SecurityManual" those things that do a defin- Do plan with maintenance In c?. RENTALS the Program Planning MeetIng All phases of lock: ore right, winged termites ... : "':
and .. t-
t ite Job in the landscape, mind ancI1OO'1I work less but h' ." ..
methods of forced reverse their instincts and J ., : '. .
'. < on February 28 from 10 security: don't Just plant for the sake enjoy It morel ;
Mr. .Ib.'II o*'*!'4734740f ,h yi.:? s to 12 in the Extension Office. entry and burglar alarm of variety. Many homeowners seek light. This flight is for *'y *? '"; ...: ;. ;

Elizabeth C. Ahrans Is Home systems are thoroughly achieve simplicity; by over- ARC YOU ON MV the! establishment of new v .... 'g+
I.J. c.h.; $ Is the .
: budget
: "Living on a
I'-.n;. cs! i'2Zt.1871. beyond Extension or Economics Agentof discussed: Emphasis Is placed planting and then eliminating LONG LIST Of" colonies. Frequently very large ,' ..

I'" same a* living that havea your Alachua County; and edited on what the average home what Is not absolutely neces FRIEND6ar.n ? numbers of termites ere seen flying

mean except" you many Interesting and helpful owner can do himself at sary. This Is an expensive routeto about. Fortunately for home-owners
record of II. moderate cost to make his home I '
Ideas In the "Coffee Break"for take. I
/ swarming can be nature's
, '. February. more secure against casual Do keep the yard free of J warning
-
VIE4lOl glO t Melrose Club Members Interested Intruders and determined ornaments and even trees and 11, -
I
In tapestry bag making professional burglars. shrubs except for those abso- /

Keystone as well as the art of nuking lutely needed. Do avoid a scattered "I r--, ..
LORI DA DIRECTION
the newest fad, pearl bead arrangement of flower I UNDCR .
Manual" Is
OP GRADUATI
"Home
stringing, be sure and attend Security beds and garden accessories. u..

State ____ the Workshop at the Melrose authored by a former T-Man A cluttered: yard requiring a r*)EST ENTOMOLOGIST
Bank whose
< < Clubhouse on Feb. 15 at 10-12 and CIA agent lot of hand edging and clipping
background Includes more than is a maintenance nightmare. w WONTROI.
I. ajn. Mrs. Ella Simmons will .
MEMBER F.D.I.C. be In charge of bag making 20 years experience in all Don't try to grow grassesIn Phone (

: I and MM. Edythe Nicholson will phases of Intelligence and areas too shady, too dry or
physical security. Due to his wet too to be mowed CHEMICAL COMPANY
Instruct on one method of bead or steep PHONE 964-5745 *
Pave.the Way for Your training in security and clandestine safely. Do use ground cover ..rs..

entry he treats home plants In these areas and select

"Special Something"A security: with a unique dual : plants requiring little or Who helped prevent. forest fire
Services Held viewpoint from both that of thy year?

the pot entail Intruder and
For E. B. RaynorOf seasTmed security expert.



Keystone Written and illustrated In a

Edward B. Raynor 74. of cleat and simple manner mthcupRINTfflCr

Keystone Heights, died Sunday, "Home Security Manual" has

Feb 6. In a Gainesville hospital been enthusiastically: received

after an extended Illness.He and recommended by law en- to

was bom In New York. rcement officials: as a "must" s.

Dec. 20 1897, was a veteran ,r every home owner and

0M.P. of World War La member of Apartment dweller concerned:

the Episcopal: Church. and a with the rising incidence: of We have the complete facilities

charter member of American' residential Intrusion. and know how to successfully serve _!/
Legion Post 203. %

Surviving are his wife Marl Available from Sales your every printing need. letter
Raynor, Keystone Heights; a
i stepson Eric T. RomandL New Associates.: P.O. Box SM San press, offset, engraving are all part
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York City; two sisters, Mrs Francisco: California MIDI. l r of our service. We print color 6*<< ,.

trip) Wedding? Car? De- Alice Riley Columbia S.C'I; C .: .
and Mrs Nettle Berry black and white. Call us, compare
posit money, regularly, in a savings six
River N.Y.; grandchildren, our quality and prices.
account. it's the way to make that and one greatgrandchild.Funeral A young man received the
services will be held .following letter! from his girl: "I

dream: come true. Interest rates? at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St.WDIam' must explain that I was only : StatIonery/ a Catalogs '*

allowed by law. Catholic Church: with Joking when I wrote that I didn't ;
Highest Father Maurice bnhoff officiating. mean what I said about Business forms a EnvelopesAnnouncements

Interment will follow la(the reconsidering my decision not 1
Bank Df'OR
y A full.Servlce a Advertising D
$, Keystone Heights Cemetery to change my mind. I really % tea A cOtJ
under direction: of DeWltt C. mean this." %

YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN YOUR Jones Funeral! Home of Keystone lWvatthr

-' FRIENDLY COMMUNITY Heights. The Rosary was :
recited at the funeral home In Nowadays prosperity means

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA. Keystone Heights at 7:30 p.m not being quite .ss broke this

Tuesday. month ss last.

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CONGRATULATIONS COVERED. WALKWAY
Congratulation to Miss Patsy .- A committee consisting of / m
Edwards, who had enough Mrs. Tommy Cox. George
credits at mid-term to finish Smith! president of the PTA.
Bradford High School She Is and Mr. Dewey McKInney principal -; rrr NEWLY REMODELED Home WANTED!: : Acreage large' ormall. I
now officially out of high school. representing the Brook- CLASSIFIED AD RATES For Sale 3 bedroom j2: an Buyers vraltlng. Blot O.C. Carries Nursery
Patsy is the daughter of Mr. er PTA met with Supt. Tom w..r.w mw wI new largo baths 14 x DHaving, JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
Inc. 2117 N. Temple Thousands of Plante'Fruit
Realty
......... Charge.1.11 ,
A- ,
and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Casey on Tuesday Feb. 1 I. to h..M1 room large den, new Dune.In Ave. 964-6609 or 964-6238. SPORTS Trees
gain we congratulate you, Patsy .- discuss and somewhat plan a (Cever: II words) kitchen cabinets. Large 125 tfchg..' Trees. Shade ,
on such an outstanding achlevement. covered walk-way from the oM'iar its o c x 200 lot with trees, high and \ MOORS BOAT FOR Evergreens Camellias. ,,
Patsy will receive school to the cafeteria.The Bach went ever l-7e dry M. 100 East. 3 miles. (Azaleas. Roses
her diploma this June at grad- covered walk-way will Ma Extra Charge If aot Very convenient terms. Call YOUR MONEYStarke !: lies la cans .* Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING &
uatlon exercises with her follow be a county; project for the staid In advanceCLASSiFIRD 964-7701 8 to S Monday thru Ph. 0846781Complete
classmates. near future. It is expected to Saturday. Tfchg< 1 let' BrowVolkswavn.
Congratulations are also ex- be started on or before July 1, :. DIM'LAYIts. Outboard AStern M Ml. '.E..ef Stark Hwy. INPlorftbome
tended to Mrs. Mary L. Green and be completed by school Per Inch I5MUS
who celebrated her Slit birthday term next fall. You Have Tried WATSON'SHOUSE/ Drive Service and
on Friday. Feb. 4. She Brooker pupils parents and Memorials BeeelMltonePreoUnmUons Repair. Complete Fiberglass -
Is a remarkable person faculty; should be pleased to tie -7e word The RestNowTry brands OF of VACUUMS new vacuums : Repair. Cnatombnllt Tho Class Shop
hear this good news. As for CARDS Many FibergUua. Fishing
from
OF THANKS Used machines
TEAA The Best 39.00 up.
HONORED AT some time we have all been
tea honoring Mrs. Blake concerned about the children M words er Ins '. ........M $10. Expert Repairs aU makes.for New tit 11... Boat.. Glass

Hamilton was given at the Florida getting wet whenever it rainsat Each wer 1l ever .e-T. JACK SOUTHARDAOGFI9S vacuums.P.aand, Built Accessories: la Central vacuum all- sin Sense QIfJ For __
Power Lounge at High lunch time having to go 713: N. ?
cleaning systems. .
Springs Tuesday evening Feb. out in the weather to the cafe Gainesville 376-7110 IBtLKerfhetTHeMaOOABNCSVEUUB. AH CARS and TRUCKS
1. Those attending from Brook- teria. Soon this problem will Main
Installed Whll.U.WaltCuatom
er were: Mrs. Zedra Hamilton, be solved, we hope. INCOME TAX SERVICEWe
Mrs. Ernest Edwards, Mrs. Prayer List: Monroe Barns are happy to announce thatG. CONhACTORPhone WE GIVE SERVICE- We get Vinyl Auto Top.
Inez Green, Mrs Emanuel Morris Dyal. Phillip Redmon and Margaret results! List your property for FUJMTURE\
1017 N. Main GMDs
Kleinman, and Mrs. Paul Em sale with us. Call today- ,
have Just
Crosby completed
ery. PERSONALSDenver an advance course In 473-3485 BILL POWELL, BROKER:964- TRACK TAPE, !:Decks repaired Quality Home 1'IIfII18JaI"

Prescott has gone Income tax preparation, and Keystone 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg and cleaned at Dahmors Dls- f Custom UmpectaCarpeting
LUNCHEON back In the Air Force as Ser- will be most happy to assist HeightsAnd .count fast service, tfchg Taking applications fot

Mn. Emanuel Kleinman entertained geant. He reported to McCoy you In filling out your Income Surrourtdihz. Areas. RUGS6 x 9. $3.10; 9 x 12, .'Interiors by Victor
with a luncheon on AFB In Orlando on Saturday.Feb. tax. $ .98. Many colors and pat WE REPAIR and sell nearly 1100 Pull: Av. Orange Part FHA 235
Thursday Feb. 3. Those en- 5. He Is the son of Mr. Town Finance Company 226 terns. Also larger sizes.- at for tf'
All Work Guaranteed needle made any 2M4331
Joying this luncheon were:MissVirginia and Mrs. Paul Prescott. DAHMEIWS DISCOUNT lOt/chg every
N. Temple Ave. 964-7449 tfchg : .
Melden and Mrs. Rose Airman and Mrs. Tony Cast- : brand stereo regardless ofap. New Brick 3 and 4
Splcer of Largo. Also a friend. len, stationed at McDlll AFB Also the long play records at LOTS: FOR SALE Starke Golf Bedroom Homes I
Betty, from New Jersey; and in Tampa were here over the FOR SALE- 1966 Ford Station FOR RENT- Klngsley Lake. 323LAKE FRONT $1 oft regular price at Dah-tfcnct' A Country Club, ready for: Call for 'Details..
Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Mn. weekend, Feb. 4-6. visiting Wagon New tires, new paint 2 BR house furnished. No pets. mer's Discount building on or for Investment.
Art Qulck all of Brooker. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Job. Runs real good. AC,964- Phone 8332261. tfchg FARMS ACREAGE Lots area approximately. 1/2 Low Down, PaVment' >
Ronald Bristol and family and AT, 750.00 cash. Phone HOOF TRIMMING- FoUls. acre and larger. Paved roads and Moderate"'Monthly
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes 5261. lip FOR SALE: One chicken bam Ph. 964-8635. Sto 2/17 .only 3 minutes from town. PaymentsLONGCHAMP' \
Charlene and Gary Melvin and Charlie.Mr. complete to be moved. 130'X W. Need.. Listings, Best Call 994-7701, 8 a.m., to 5 P.m.
beautifully sang "It Took A and Mrs Anbus Glum STARTING FEB. 5- Garbage ; 24' with water gas and Of Service. W. Con ArrangeTo tfchg :HOMES
Miracle" accompanied Mrs. from Lawrence S. C. visited pick-up outside city; limits of electricity.; Call after 5 :00. Thane ...-au
Bobby Dyal on Sunday mornIng Mr. and Mn. Paul Prescottand Starke. Call 964-8876 or 964- 964-5153.3tchg.2/17. Finance.CALL FOR SALE Ml BvBlh Marks
Jan. 30. SEWING .
family the weekend of Jan- 5261. lip;
That afternoon the choir under uary 30. Visiting/ the Paul Pres- PENSACOLA HAY for sale REESE C. BRADLEY Frame House In new condition rr
the direction of Lavern cott's last weekend were their FOR RENT furnished 3 Phone 964-7679. tfchg. WALTER WILLIAMS INC. 3 bedrooms living room MACHINESol.
Outlaw Sr., participated In the son-in-law and daughter. Mr. bedroom' home King-stay LakeMMU dining room 2 baths outside '
New River Association! Music and Mrs. Irvin Hodge and family June I 1. Also 2 bedroom 398-8888 city; on nice lot. .. and Service FOR SALEr 2 bedroom .concrete -
Festival held at Ralford Baptist from Dade City.; While home one mile south on 301 A Hole, In Your Roof 1389 Cassett Avo block house near shopping
Church.On 4ft 1-27 2-17 2 bedroom frame house, very PFAFF ELNA.
here they also visited Irvln's unfurnished.\ Very reasonable > >> center. Low down payment
Sunday Jan.23.the Brook- mother Mrs. Maggie Hodge, rent to small family. Phonl OrA neat. Some furniture Includedon New Home, easy terms. Call Bu
_ er Baptist Church observed and his brothers Carl 1. and 964-6491 residence M4-7753. 2.7 acres of land. Several ford Mitchell phone 964-6760
Baptist Men's Day.Several men Mr. and Mrs. Harlon lodge Itp. WHOLENEW INSURANCEAT nice storage buildings. Outside WHITE P.O. Box 238, Starke. Uc g.
gave their testimonies for the and family. teJ city; limits.
Lord. The Choir for the morn- .. REDUCED RATES 2 bedroom nice cement block $49150 up
ing services consisted of all ATTENTION AUTO. FIRE BOAT home. Fireplace, enclosed p-
,ROOFJ Parts &
males. BRADFORD COUNTY WOMENWE rage. Near Lawtey on 301. Repairs on WATER FRONT LOTS
On Sunday morning Feb. 6, Communications NEED YOUI DOYLE E. CONNER all ether Make Ma FOR SALE
the Brotherhood gave a family To Be The Gainesville Sun Is look- & J Roofing Co. INSURANCE AGENCY 5 acres of land on paved highway chines.NATIONAL. On Crosby Lake and Crosby
breakfast at the church.: Special Equipment Inn for a woman between 18- tchg. near Lawtey. Lake Canal. )Canal? SO feet
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Shown By Army old to work In our Phone 964-8088 or 473-4735.' CONTACT wide 8 feet deep) Located on
E. W. Hodges Jr. of Hampton Star office as a'telephone Hlway 301 South GEORGE ROBERTS State Road 100, 3 miles Westof
Lake. The Brotherhood, with solicitor Monday Friday 4 FOR "a Job well done feel- 611 W. Univ. Ay. Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation
the assistance of E. W. Hodges Sgt. Wayne Glenn local Army p.m. to 7 pun. $1.60 per hour Ing" clean carpets with Blue REAL ESTATE. cottage mobile borne or
Jr., recently provided additional recruiter and the 197th Brigade or commission up to 4.00 per STANLEY HOME Products Lustre. Rent electric sham- Gainesville, Florida Investment.
kitchen' cabinets and from Fort Banning, Ga. hour. Call Mrs. Me Carlty; ,,at needs 3 ladles for special part pooer$1. Devlrck, Inc., Builders PHONE 964.7826 378-1355 ;Prices atart at$1.295.00. $200
exhaust fan for the Church's; will display a communicationsexhibit 964-5976 for Interview appoint time work car necessary. We Hardware & Supplies 421 W. MADISON ST. down and $35.00 month for 34xtfloAf
kitchen. Also the Brotherhood in Starke on Tuesday. ment. train you. Call or write Edith Starke Fla. It (8 ]1/2 % simple. Inter-
Feb. 15.The $200.00 DOWN I
recently purchased tables A. Sliger. 494-2748 High new brick and eat).
for the Church Social Hall. display will be shownat WANTEDFord tractor with Springs. 4tp 2/24 block homes. Payments low Can 964.7701 8 ajn. to 9p.m.
Bradford County; High School front end loader In good con- DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY' as $70.00 a month. You may\ .-'week4a1' tf
BROOKER ELEMENTARY from 8:30 to 10:30: a.m. and will dition. Call 473-4508. Itp FOR SAlE- Bedroom, 2 bath Qualify if you earn between -
Thursday Feb. 3. was the move to the Starke Plaza from brick home located Country :$70 and $140.00 a week Call

date for a field trip to the 12:30: to Span.Purpose WANTED Lady to live In with Club Estates, Central heat and WEDDINGS Crown .Builders, 964-8337..
Jacksonville' Children's Mu- of the exhibit is to elderly lady.; Light duties.Room air conditioning, fulhr carpeted. PORTRAITS tfchg. -=_
seum by Mrs. Hurst's 4th and ,acquaint the general public with board and salary. Phone 964. Approximately) 1-1/8 acre of COMMERCIAL
5th grade class and Mrs.Scott's communications equipment 6760. 2tchg. 2/10. land. Call Bill Powell at 964- 114 N. Walnut
5th and 6th grade class. The currently In use by the 197th 6464, or 964-6810 after 5 Star 94-8188 EXISTINGHOMES
trip proved to be enjoyable as Brigade It is completely mo- FOR SALE-1967 Pontiac Cata- p.m. CARL BIGGS
bile being mounted In trucks brakes power Gulf
Servlca
Una power
well as educational: for the equipped with long rann radio steering air conditioning. 964- FOR SALELake side cottage FOR SALE -3 repossessed mobile
school children and their a- to handle wire news service 7469. 905 W. Pratt St. Itp to be movedApprox.. 1000 so, homes. One used Mobile Used Parts I
dult chaperones. briefs direct from UPI ft. aluminum siding 2 BR,large Home. Olln'B Mobile Homes
and AP. SALE J. Hatcher mahogany family room. Ideal for small Sales 100( West-Starke tfchg. THE FINEST SELECTION OF
arrival at the Museum The 197th Brigade is an all AVAIUUIFOR
Upon boat bottom. family. Buford Mitchell. Phone
Planetarium volunteer unit drawing its repairs USED CARS j
the group visited the personnel Needs minor $200 or 9646853. 2tehg 2/17
where !they observed a from the SoutheasternU.S. best offer. Also 1940 Oldsmoblle FOR PENT; MNGSLEY LAKE In this whole area YOUR LOT
show entitled 'The Trail of Currently serving with the sedan 6 cylinder standard WANTEDGirl over 21 to tend modem two bedroom duplex a*
Tears" Attention was also given unit and scheduled to accompany transmission. Mechanically bar at Blue Tavern. Rotate i/vrpnent, furnished and"air- 24 Hr. Wrecker Service

to the Indian Religious beliefs the display. Is Charles good Needs: paint upholstery shift. 964-9959 or 964-8077. conditioned. Call Merritt Williams. USED PARTS $3,5,00tEoom'FT
and superstitions concern Randal Clarke' whose hometown Make offer After 5 p.m 468- 964-5391: or 9647788.
ing the heavenly bodies. The Is Starke. He enll.tedwlth 1190. lip tfchg. Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
children were also treated to the 197th In September 1971. .
a first hand look at tile ><|ulp- and Is currently serving with WILL DO sewing In my home. : SALESMANReal 468-1998
ment utilized to produce the the 10th Artillery.Stanley Hammond Ruth Hill ,
Phone 485-3505 FOR RENT12 wide 2 bed-
special: effects for a Planetarium another local man, is I nc
Opportunity
Brooker. lip room trailer outside city; limits FOR SALE- 68 Chevrolet P.S. '
show, also with the 197th. billion dollar J.B. White 964-6114 W P.B., good tires; runs good.
After lunch, the group tookan Sgt. Glenn said the displayis FOR SALEPick up Truck life and fir. Insurance no answer call 964-8799; $800.00 cash. Call 964-526U uvmaABEACALL
and will beset
informative tour through) the very Interesting Camper Topper. Oiln's Mobile company forman lip LEW'SWELDING
Museum exhibits where they communications up to emphasize Jobs such as Army radio Homes Sales, 100 West, Starke. married and SHOP

saw many elaborate displays of operator, wheel vehicle mechanic tfchg Interested In careerIn

early American Culture. wheel vehicle operator 37-1/2 Acres West Starke life Insurance. Whispering Pine. Jtfff-
The field trip complementeda high speed radio operator tel Edwards Road to Butler Road. Debit Is located tel US 301 s.. Phone SIM
of the Solar System and Mary Carter Paints
clvilations: study as a part elf the etype; operator and radio and Paved Road and Railroad, Industrial Starke and vicinity.No 9644252
dpment operator.
carrier e and residential. A. J. .xp.rl.nc. nec
school program. These Jobs are currently available Thomas Realtor. Tel.964-5701 essary. Must have UTILITY TRAILERS HOME

The children were accompanied Glenn with the 197th.be contactedby equivalent of high 102 E. BROWNLEE CUSTOM BUILT ,,
Sgt. may FOR SALE12'x56': Mobile
their teachers school education GAS AND ELECTRIC
on the trip by ,Jacksonville 786- or
Mrs. Hurst and Mn.Scot) 5800 calling collect, or at the local home with porch. Air condldoners. more, and H 21 WELDING BRAZING SERVICES ,
Itchg
9648345.
Room Mothers Mrs. JanU Same Prices As Jacksonville
draft board each Tuesday at years of age. Ex. SHEET METAL
Hayes Mrs. Glenda Andrews, 10 a.m. HAMPTON LAKE LOTS cellant retlreimnt TRAILER HITCHES ;OR INFORMATION|
Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. Advertised Pricesf,1r
Prescott and Brooker Schoolpr1nclpal. Paved road, 75 feet water front. and disability, plus INSTALLED Call Jacksonville
: Mr. 1000.00 down, l,000.00ayear other benefits. Must
.
.
bus was driven McL Klney.Mat.- plus Int. @ 7%.. One price, be resident af state Collect
the entiregroup Maybe/' can run the take your choice. A.J. Thomas -
dews. Lunches for ono Above PRIZES
year. average
Brooker train but. a far a tot know, Starke Fla. 181.4'055PUMPS'
were packed by starting WANTED; Maid atTo-Rena Mo-
it pay.
hain't sent out any calen"
Cafeteria staff workers Mrs.Henry da.s.DOUG'hS. allotment tel. Good pay. tfchg.
FOR RENT-Tobacco
and Mrs. Howard.
1.92 acres 3.177 Ibs. Call before FOR INTERVIEW w 2nd MONDAY -_-_
12 sum. after 6:30: p.m. SAVETho..L.9ng
7823903. Zip 2/17 CAlL 376-4037 OF EACH MONTH Distance

Come In and register today. No purchase necessary Phone CdlJ
COASTAL HAY FOR SALE $1 from 8:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. line
We handle air
now NEW AND USED
Kelly-Springfield bale.-_M. F. Wiggins New and 8:00: a.m. Oil noon on
SUNoeD River. It Saturday. tickets, cruises, and tours.w. .

OR .H.,... special package BALES
LARGE 7-ROOM HOUSE PARTS
TIRE SALE for either moving or salvage yours; Send Resume toP Tour of New SERVICE

or can purchase lot. Phone 473- -al Disney World Deep nnd Shallow, Wells
$14.95 $22.95 3051. 2t 2/17 0. Box 569GalnesYllle I65 Call 9647..9TOWN Water Softeners 'and

Fla. Filters
peci
ft. FINANCE CO.
RIMOUN Lz:1r: ___ FILAMENT Strapping Tape,
____ 2-3 2tchg "
3/4" 60 2.50 Single 6 'P.O. Temole PlumbingSupplies
Mark 78 x yards. Box 224 N.

4 Nylon Ply, B/W 4 Ply Nylon roll.Bradford. County; T lejpraph. 2 BATH EXPERT SERVICE ON

ALL MAKES
650.13 W'W E73-14 ................ ... WALL TO WALL FOR SALEFarmall International PHONE 9647061DURRANCE

1 83 Series 78 Series m CARPET $499 hitch with Cub Tractor disc and with bottom fast

FACTORY HELP lOn THROUGHOUT! plow and most all cultivator
WIDE!! 78 Series down attachments. Very good con- PUMP A SUPPLY CO.SEWING .
dition. Contact Vernon Reddish -
F73-14 ......... $24.95 J99 PER MONTH NCLUDES I INSURANCE
7.75-14 ........ $16.95 Jel.t.f Florida Inc. *.... dependable, able 964-6530. 4tchg 3/2
J 8.24.14 ........ $18.95 G78-14 ......... $26.95 bodied.. .. factory h.lp. Ho experience) necessary. AND SET UP ON YOUR LOT MACHINE-Cleaned.
H78-14 ......... $28.95 Steady work, overtime. fringe benefits. FOR SALE OR TRADEWD- oiled QIda World's Largest Dealer In Mobile Homes 45 Allls-Chalmers tractor. nome, $5.00, Vs/rami cleaner
Buy 4 And Sort More Buy 4 And'Sow ManFr. Servis Gyro 84-Inch pull type: repairs also.All work guaranteed.
IF" YOU ARB WILLING TO WORK APPLY rotary mower; A-C lift type\ I, l. Dennis E. Coggtns, Phone

.. Mounting Balancing Extra Free. Mounting Balancing Extra ATOWEN three bottom plow. Good con 431-1428 tfchtf!
dillon 91,000 or trade for cattle
Plus Tax And Old Tir.I JOIST Phone 473-4896. lip
M BI FOR BENT: Trailer lot;. on
FOR RENT- bedroom house F.P.L. Call after 5:00 jun.
I THIS WSZKS SPECIAL I Lincoln. City Road Monday through Friday $65 per month, 410 W. Andrews 964-8238 dchg.INTERSTATE .

I 452 N. Temple Aye. (US 301))'' 7:00 A.M. T. 5:00 p.M., Melrose, Florida Phone 475.1151 St.lip Tolbert McCoy 964-7818. MOBILE Home

eeeee..ee.eeeeeeseeeeejeeee) ..eeeee..eeej novlng in. Fla,' Cajl 964-3604J<
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