Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of HeavenVol. 11


No. 29 Thursday, February 17, 1972 Copy 1;;ry 1 On Two SchoolsFood

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Ground prepara-

School }' tion workhasalready

rrv begun on the Brad-

Stamp ford School Board'stwo

Lunch '1 : ,. 1972 construction

projects at the high

q '} CertificationProgram school and middle

Prices school to total $660-

Down I'.r 1 ti 1 1t 550.Wet weather may delay the

SetMrs. start of consturction, however.

Architect Don Morgan recommended
and the school board
NickelFood took his proposal last Tues

Betty Bennett, who has day to accept the low bid of
Trlest Construction Co.of Key
t 4i vised the county's commodity foods pro- stone Heights. The base bid

prices are gram for the past six and a half years on the alternates two Jobs bringing Is $599,704with the

soaring nationwidebut has been named supervisor of the new total cost to :$660,550.

Monday school food stamp program to go into effect Contractor Ernest Trlest,

lunch prices went ,i 4 here March: 1. owner of the firm, built the
new county courthouse and has
down a nickel, to 30 The food stamp program will built several school buildingsin
cents, in all Brad- replace) the commodity foods the county.
program on that date, If pro. Beer
ford 'County schools ,'+ sent plans to have the old Florida The two projects are a sec
ond phase of construction on a
exoept the 1 ti building ready to
high new Bradford High School and(
occupy by March 1 are Im
school.The flat plemented. a major addition: to the present
r Ruling Bradford Middle School.
reason? Apparently It Is r d'1.l Recipients of commodity A $90,000 special edjcation
a burgeoning supply of surplus foods will be certified for the
I wing, a large gymnasium-acti
food distributed to schools by v tamp program when they visit vities area, shower and locker
the US Department of Agricul d "i the commodity office at the InvalidBrooker's rooms, and an Industrial arts
ture. M- I' county fairgrounds during the
,,, I week of area are planned at the middle
February 21-25 for
"We have kept our freezers their school. The project's part of
full of beef, turkey, pork and ,E r rr food.normal monthly Issuance of hastily passed ordinance the cost Is around $350,000.
the sale of
frying; chickens, Supt) Tom Phase tl of the planned
Casey told the School BoardIn Recipients of public assist- beer within 2,000 feet of any
Its February 8 meeting. ance (welfare) In Bradford church, school, or playground of new high school will consist
Casey explained that Brad- t4 County will receive, during the has been ruled invalid by a reading room or library
ford's school lunch program'snet apt month of February, an affidavit Circuit Court Judge George L. suite and and other in administrative It
offices. will
worth has increased to a- to be completed and returned Patten in an order issued last cost around $250,000.Both .
round $27,000 now. The lunch Indicating their interest Friday.
program Is not a money making in food stamp participation. The ordinance was attackedby projects are entered In
The form should be the statewide school
com systems
effort, he explained.If more Roy Carroll and his wife,
than one month's operating pleted, Mrs. Bennett says, project In which constructionis
funds, about $15,000, are left signed and returned to a self Lula Mae, operators of Car- let In large amojnts to various
overeat e end of,the school This Is he group, 21 strong, 'which .earned straight! !. ..Middle row: Donna!!: H,.IJolJl t << Joy, Saxon..Jon. ,Searle", addressed envelope,enclosed!: .rols'B .Grocery In. tooker; on subcontractors: In an ef-. g
year, the State Department A's for the third' six-w.eks'grading p'triod "af BHS'. Theyor Debbie 'Mitchell, Gray Flynn,: Roger. Eunice, Fayanne with the affidavit. '- grounds that it .was Invalidly fort to save money. Trlest, under
Education may cut Bradford's (q.r l ):.: Farabee, Hlalmar McMillan. The public assistance unit enacted, the systems bidding, had

allocation' of school, lunch mo Bottom row: Mary Peartall Donna Pauley, Carol Beam Top row: Judy Young Vickey Henry 'Beverly Crowell, will then certify the eligible The controversy arose save, to accept certain subcontractors -
nies. Becky Jackson, and Beth Chapman., Harriet Faulkner: cases and send the! recipienta eral months ago when the Car- for such things as heatingand
But superintendent found e written notice of approval rolls applied to the Brooker cooling systems, for exam
some members of the school which will indicate the amount Council for a permit to sell ple,. who had that bid state
board skeptical of his proposalto and cost of stamps authorized. beer for off-premises consum wide.
reduce lunch' prices from Persons not now receiving ptlon. Money to finance the two pro
30tf! to 25C< for grades &-II. 21 Bradford Hi Students public assistance or commodities At the Urn 3 of the application jects will comu from four sources
Casey said prices at the high ; < but feel they might be the Town of Brooker did and will give the school'
school will remain at 35 cents, i'.' eligible for the stamp pro- not have valid zoning ordinance' board a 1972 construction fund ...::1m
but an attempt will be madeto ..;, gram should contact the welfare to regulate the sale of alcholic totaling $783,000.
upgrade the quality of food. office or present food com beverages and Immediately after The school l board has avail -.
There was mention of ()fter.S. modity office In the county fair Carroll's application, able $90,090( in special education
( .. Page 4)) Earn Straight A GradesTwenty building, phone 964-7310. passed ordinances 16 and 17, funds which must be used
Office hours for the food making it unlawful to advertise this year, $100,000 In State
I or sell alcholic beverages Department of Education revenue
will be from
stamp program within 2,500 feet of any certificates on which license
(ZUffUtoumCErtjrHUGO (! 8 Friday a.m.,to Mrs.5 p.m.Bennett Monday announ through church, school, or playground. tag taxes are pledged
.. The ordinance was later modS. have already been secured
one of Bradford Mrs. George Flynn Jr of ,
Starke.Hjalmar, and !Kirs. E. G. Saxon of Hamp- ces. The old bank building.
High's students earned $45,000 in capital outlay and
straight 1,150 A's for the third six Starke.Donna Nelson, daughter of Mr. and McMillan Mrs. M., daughterof G. Mc ( .. Page 4)) (See Page 4)) ($.. P ,9. 4)) debt service funds will bo available -

11" week grading period which end Mr. and Mrs. W, R, Nelsonof Millan of Starke. by next July, and the
bond Issue which sold
ed recently. Starke. $550,000
1 Mary Pearsall, daughter of
This is nearly twice the number Sophomores making straightA's Mrs J. Pearsall of Hampton. last Orlando.Wednesday, Feb. 9, In
that earned high honors in : Freshmen making the list
the first two grading periods. Carol Beam, daughter of) Mr. are: Majority of the bonds were
Ten students earned the honorin and Mrs. Marvin Quernemoen Debbie Mitchell, daughter purchased by the Sarasota Bank
the first six week period of Theressa. of Mr. and Mrs Frank Mitchell and Trust Co. at an average
WRIGHT and twelve the second. Fayanne Farabee, daughterof of Starke. Interest rate of 5.72 per cent,
) Rev. and Mrs. DeWitt Far- Donna Pauley, daughter of
AMUSEMENT PARKUP Three students have now made abee of Starke. Mrs. and Mrs. Pauley of Law (See Page 4))
straight A's all three grading
Darlene Hobbs, daughter of
TO DATE RIDES periods. They are: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs of tey.Joy 'Saxon. daughter of Mr

AND CONCESSIONSU.S. Senior Judy Young, who has
been consistent A
straight ,a vw
301 (South) She student Is for the the granddaughter past two years.of WreckInjures

Mrs. R. A, Nettles and lives City To Probe
F.b. 1 18.27 in Starke. Her subjects are

Dally, 4 to 12 typing, trig, Spanish D, voca-
bulary composition, and guidance
Saturdays: Noon to,12 aide.Freshman. n'w.

Beth Chapman, Electrical Bill Lawtey
Sponsored By daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Stark Woman's Club W. Chapman of Ralford. Her ResidentThomas
subjects are algebra n, physical
To Rail Money For science, PE, English, teachers A probe Into a $651.90 bill and natural gall offices. .
R.mod.lling Club House aide, home economics, for electrical work for the po Councilmen have been eyeing Bejamln Wallace of
and Latin I.Freshman. lice department has been set the work for weeks as it Lawtey. was rushed to theralnnaville
Jan Searle, daughter by the Starke City; Council to progressed and waiting for a Medical Center
Fun for all the Family of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. determine who ordered the Job bill to cross their table. The 1 1Seven Thursday night after he lost
control of his small: foreign '
Searle of Theressa. Her sub done. council two weeks ago approved car
jects home economics, Latin A approximately) $200 for panel on SR-229 and it rolled over
ELKS LODGEMorigageBurning are special meeting is set next several times, throwing him
I, aigegra n, PE, physical Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Chairman ing. pretty maids will compete Saturday night for the Mil Bradford title and a out of the vehicle.
science, and English. Nell Tucker has requested "I've been waiting for this,"
chance Bradford In the Miss Florida Contest.
to Janelle
that represent They are According to information received
Other seniors making straightA's Police Chief Ken Fuqua said Councilman Jimmy McRae
Coleman Jacksonville Stacy Powell, Jacksonville Ann Barton Jacksonville by the local Highway Patrol -
are: and Power Plant Superintendent when the electrical bill ap ; ; Mary ;
Beverly Crowell, daughter of George Graudon be present. peared. Cindy Westmoreland, High Springs; Bali Snider, Lak. City: ; Rare Sands, Macclenny, Station, Wallace suffered
and and Connie facial laceration and had an
Mrs. G. E. Crowell! of Starke. The bill was submitted by Bill "I'd like to know who had : ; Hargraves Keystone Heights. In additionto
This was the second time she Graudons, brother of the city this work done," McRae said. ear almost torn off
SupperSaturday has earned the honor this year. power plant superintendent, for "It wasn't authorized by the other possible to Trooper Injuries. K.G.
wiring done in the pollee and council it should have been. According
Roger Eunice, son of Mr. as Etheridge of the FHP the accident
F.b.19 and Mrs J. H. Eunice of Law. utility section of the city hall. All the council approved was Miss Bradford PageantSeven occured when Wallace's
The about $150 for materials, with
toy.Vicky controversy arose out of 1970 Opel ran off the pavementand
at Elks Lodge Henry, daughter of Mr repanellng of the city police the understanding that the work" onto the south shoulder of
and Mrs. I. T. Henry of Brood would be done by the city. The vehicle traveled
US.301 N. ere Gas Superintendent Bob Pat- talented young ladles is the Miss Greater Jacksonville the present) Newberry Watermelon SR-229. It travelled back
will for the first"Miss Fair and Miss Florida Queen, the 1971 Florida 273 feet before
Becky Jackson, daughter of terson said he had checked with compete) and turned
Members, Guests Mr and Mrs. W, E. Jackson CLOSE COURTHOUSETO MONDAY his department head prior to Bradford County" title Saturday Junior College. Crown Queen and die 1972 Watermelon across several the pavement timus'within In a
Are InvitedCimtmn of Starke. having his office paneled and night, February 19, at 8 Miss Ball Snider of Lake Queen. over distance of 120 feet hitting
electrical work done. p.m. in the Starke Elementary City, sponsored by Lake City ,
Linda Powell, daughterof Mr. Bradford County Courthouse some Miss Raye Sands of Macclen several trees which finally
.lCrjr and Mrs. Edward Powell of offices will be closed Monday Councilman Orle Wiggins, his Cafetorium. Lodge No. 983, BPO Elks. She tty the 1972 Miss Lake City brought the car to a halt.
Starke. department head, backed Patterson As of last week their were was the first runner-up In the She is was thrown completelyclear
Feb 21, in observance of Community .
(Community( Juniors making the honor roll George Washington's birthday. up.Patterson. ten entries, but three have now 1971 Miss Columbia County Pag sponsored by-Draw-Tito Corp.; of the auto. .
are: added that many withdrawn from competition. of Starke. According to Trooper t.tlicrIdge -
&tutr dank Connie Chasteen, daughter of mental Other financial and govern feet of conduit had to be rewired Those competing for the $200 eant.Miss Stacy Powell,sponsoredby Miss Cindy Westmoreland of Wallace was exceeding the.
agencies contacted
Mr to get the Job done. The scholarship and eligibility to Charles Powell, contractor and traveling at
and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen two Starke banks the Starke High Springs. She Is the present speed limit
,,__ ........ u_ of Ralford. City Hall, and First, Federal electrician had to rewire all enter the Miss Florida Pageant of Jacksonville.Miss High Springs Tobacco around 65 mi*' No charges were
T.tlsao b, Debra of the way to the street power are: Mary Ann Barton of the filed against Wallace but his
Dyal, daughter Mr. and Is sponsored by
,...-.. D..-__c-: Saving & Loan Association of Miss Janelle Coleman of Jacksonville, sponsored byKoch's Queen
and source, he said. estimated
Mrs Mitchell Brown of Starke will be car received damages(
) for bual-
open Jacksonville Store. She the
sponsored by Drug was
Lawtey at $1,200.
Gray Flynn, son of Mr. and ness as usual. (See Page 4)) Faulkner's Gulf Service. She 1970 Strawberry Queen and Is (See Page 4))
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Anniversaries Birthdays / fl" he fA e t fA 1'e V he'Jfl. I ,'Blrth Weddings Personals; + '' '4'?; <, > ;:,

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Showers ,. .. y : ,V'V v"I"'artles'' I '' "

Club Meetings
Gladys Mooty, Society Editor*, 964-7608 "
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Valentine/ Stork ShowerFor
Modi oh Street
Two GroupsAt
Hears DecoratorAt Baptist Youth At t Spengler/ Home
LuncheonFred Have BanquetThe t First Baptist ,t

young people of the Madison + Nlnety.flve; adults of the First Mrs. Preston Gutherie'was
Kuchler, a Jacksonville a ar Baptist Church enjoyed a time honored atutorksbower'flaesda1 -
L Street Baptist Church and last week,
of given
Interior decorator gave a talk of fellowship at the first annual night
friends were entertained at a sr
Mrs. J.C.Dukes, Mrs.Elsie -
I by
on "How To Work With Your Sweetheart Banquet Monday I Ir It Valentine Banquet on
Sanders and Mrs. V. J.
Decorator" at the luncheon night in the church annex Thursday night; Feb. 10, with
of the Starke Woman's master Spongier at the home of the1n.
meeting An Oriental theme was car- James V. Crosby as
Club on Wednesday of last week of ceremonies.Rev .
ried out In the banquet table ,
r A and white color scheme
pink .
at the club house.Valentines' appointments. Centering theta- Jim Temple of the
: red paper cupids ble was a gumdrop: tree and at c, r Brooker Baptist Church was was dons carried The refreshment out In the decora:table

and red streamers were used each place setting were small tYu guest speaker. was covered with a white cutwork -
to decorate the luncheon tables. umbrella place cards stuck in The recreation room was de- cloth and centered with
The officers and speaker's table large gum drops and decora- corated with camellias and
cake decorated with
was centered by a floral x ted scroll programs. The room other Items In keeping with the a pink booties., Mrs. Dukes presided
arrangement of red and white was entirely lighted by candle l Valentine theme. at the punch bowl, Mrs.'
roses with red candles on each light. A, W. Chapman gave the Sanders poured coffee: and they
blessing and Danny Earl was Flfty-two young people and assisted In serving by\
side.Mrs. were
D. T, Farabee gave the master of ceremonies. Fj'iM : adult leaders attended the Debbie Spengler .
devotional, "How to Pray". A "Love Through the Years" First Baptist Church youth The honoree was presented
Cuttino.KirklandEngagement Following the program a Martha/ Jo Deas skit was given by Gerald and Valentine Banquet on February with her gifts In a white bassinet -
drawing was held for a floral Honor Joyce Williams. Love songs\ 12. The hostesses gave hera
Wins New
donated by Flowers 'Charlene entertainment'was
arrangement were sung by After dinner, filled with baby
diaper bag
Larry and won by little Jackie b
by Blalock and Mrs Chap. provided by Bill Shields
of accessories and a silver spoon,
Martha Jo Deas, daughter
Beard Cuttino Lex Sanders.Proceeds from Dick and Jeanle Cllreath skits
Myldred man. ,
Mrs. with his guitar '
Deal of y memento of oc-
and Mrs. John a ,
Mr. set as
announces the\ engagement of this went to the building fund. members of the First Baptist t were presented, and Carol ', .
her daughter, Melody Gale, to Hostesses for the me g Lake City, and granddaughterof Church, Jacksonville were y Hardy IBM two solos. casion. 20 attending between
the -
Mr. and Mrs. E W. Hayes Among
Ronnie Lee Kirkland, ion of were Mrs. Olin White,Mrs.Ko- guest speakers Lester Smith Bobby Miner and Joy Andrews -
of 8 and 10
been elected the hours
Kirk- Barksdale, Mrs. D.. T. of Starke, has
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. bert and Scott Gay of Jacksonvillealso were elected and J.D. Warren
land of Starke. The bride-elect Farabee, Mrs Robert Burch president of the Association took part on the program. crowned Valentine fUng and p.m. was Mrs.
late Lester Crews, Mrs. John of Women Students at Florida mother ofthe honoree.
Is the daughter of the Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Cooper and Mrs.Ed Queen.
Marlon D. Cutttno. M. Flynn, Mrs. R. A. Green. Southern College.election, Miss Lawson and their committee The program was concludedwith
The wedding will take placeIn Sr, Mrs. W. A, Hogan Mrs. Before her in were in charge of the food an inspiring devotional on Shower Given
W, T., Jackson Mrs. E. L. Deas, a Junior, was active Rev. W.A.
June.McGnneyWIcCombs. women's students government preparation. love by the pastor, For Gloria/ Scott
Matthews Mrs. A. R. McRae, Hogan. ,
L Mrs. D. L.SUcox. serving as a council memberof
Mrs. J. : Shuford .. Bride-elect t
Mrs. H. L. Speer. the Association of Women Mrs Jessie Taylor is visit
/ Students, chairman of the Ing her brother-in-law, and P. MoLcndon Marcia Watterson
Mrs. Denton Sumrall, and
Jr. Women's Judicial Board, and sister, Mr. and Mrs.Buck Sturgls Reception Held Honoring'Lex ;; Mis Gloria Scott,brideelectof
Otis N. McKinney of Starke Robert L. chairman of the Women's Stu- in Jacksonville Mr. Stur- Birthday PartyLittle March 18, was honored at a
and Mrs. Margaret McCombsof dent Handbook Committee. She gil Is convalescing at home after Green On 80th BirthdayRobert bridal shower last Thursday
Keystone Heights were united Mrs. James Blackshear and was also an assistant In the two weeks in St. Vincent's Marcia Watterson celebrated night given by Mrs. Leroy
in marriage on Febraury Mrs. Lenore Foster were hostesses Mathematics Department, and Hospital Alexis (Lex) Green Jennings Mrs. C. H Nas- her fifth birthday Sunday Norman Jr. and daughter Miss
N.B.Rosier Mrs.
3 In Klngsland. Ca. They will at a luncheon lastThurs- was named to the Dean's List was honored Sunday afternoonat worthy. Mrs. \ and -,Mrs. afternoon when her parents,Mr. Toils Norman, at the Norman,
reside In Keystone Heights. day at the Red Lobster In for Academic Achievement.She a reception celebrating his Charles Hardy.,. Miss Norma and Mrs. Freddie Watterson home at Camp Blandlng.
Jacksonville. Guests were Mrs.C. is serving her second membership on the 80th birthday anniversary, given Charles Darby gave a party for her.
Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams B.Terwillegar,Mrs.Edward year on the executive board Tennis Columbia Team. She is a by Mrs. Green in the ban- Canova kept the guest book.were: The party; was held on the Ajjlnk and whit>eolor scheme
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Burns, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, of her. sorority, which she 1969 gradute of High quet room of the Holiday Inn. Mr.Out-of-town and Mrs. Charles J. Harris patio which was decorated in was carried out In the decorattoni. -
Tumlpaeed Sr. In Atlanta over and Mrs.J. W. Klncald. served as secretary, and holds School Guests were greeted at the Mrs. Mary the FUntstone comic theme. The white lace covered

the weekend. .-. ..-.. ..-. .-.... --- .-.... .-.... .-... ........ .door by Mrs. W. B. Stand-Mundy Welch, Jerry, Mr.Harris and Mrs., Raymond The refreshment table cloth was refreshment table was centeredby
and Mrs. L.F. Dlnklns, Walter Jennings, and covered with a FlIntstone a Hallmark bridal decorations.
. Matzat,
line decorated
ing In the receiving were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moreland, and centered with a At one end of the
Mr. and Mrs. Green. Mr. and birthday cake. table white Iced cake
was a
A. H.
/t/l WELL-MADE ROOMY Mrs. R.A. Green Jr., Mr. and of Murphree Jacksonville' Mr. ;and Mrs. Fred .Games with prizes were en- decorated with pink bells, and
.RUGGED SMART Mrs. Curtis G. Sanders, and 18 youngsters dur-
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Perman: Joyed by at the other end was a punch
yet'ot ,
Dr. and Mrs. William H.Green. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.Green ing the party; hours. Also attending bowl encircled with pink camellias '
Arrangements of white and 13 adults The
were and fern. '
Jr., Mr. and Mrs.Jess
and of
red carnations and stock, children received favors
Jade greenery were used In de- Davis Scruggs, ,Mr.Mrs.and R.Mrs.T, Crouch Slgsbee, suckers, balloons and party; Games with prizes were en-
QJ corating.The and Mrs. Allen Crouch caps. Joyed during the party; hours.
9 tea table, covered with Judge Assisting in serving were
Imported Brussels lace Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green Mrs Among the 22 guests were
cloth was centered by a three- Zada DuBose, Miss Bessie Mrs. Mark Moody. Mrs. Jim Mrs. Carl B. Scott and daugh-
tiered cake decorated: with red Green, Gainesville, Mr. and Conners, Mrs. Buford ter, Cheryl, of Jacksonville
J Mrs. Robert Green, Palatka; Mrs. Jimmy Crosby
Flanking the center- mother and sister of the honoree
....... '" roses. Amanda Lewis, Mr. and and Mrs..W. C. Ward.
.1" ... five-branch silver Mrs. ,;;and Mrs. Gerald,P Grif'J
.7. piece was
i.. I Mrs. Pearl
., Leslie Green
iii -.- red tapers Mrs. tie of Camp.Blending,.,another
.. candelabra holding
.. .... ... ,. 'ftI1 )i# \ <> and repergnettes holdingred :Markey, Mrs. Eva'';: EdwardsHarrell of the bridegroom-elect.
Gr8iory'"of ,
-' carnations and white stock.' and Mrs1.? Mary Tatra. Olive) ,".
Green, Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville was a guest last The hostesses presented the
J. W. presidedat
Mrs.the silver coffee service Robert Drlggers, Lake Butler week of her sister, Mrs. Myr-' honoree with an electric mixer
'ii m and Mrs. H. L, Speer and Mrs. : and Mr. and Mrs. T. tle Anderson. as a memento of the occasion.'

a G. J, McGriff Sr. cut the cake. Welch& &Waldo& -- '& & & & & & & & ao&.... ......._........A..A... ...t .L...... 1 rL rM
Little Melanie and Kathy XX XX A
Green and Lex Green HI presided -
at the hors d' oeuvres
table which was covered witha
lace cloth and centered witha '
five-branch candelabra with .i l )

) I j11 a red tapers and an arrangementof
white flowers.
red and
...withenduring, Floor hostesses were Mrs.
James A. Griffin, Mrs. L.ll.


plastic tops Club I : Meeting .

The Starke Homemakers Club "
Y met last Thursday at the home
of Mrs. William Carter with ten
/ members and one guest Miss
Martha\ Sue McCain present.A .
bead workshop is plannedfor r tit .,ti
w I
Colonial BedroomIn the next meeting March 9,
3 Piece which will Building.be held in the Agricultural -

warm rich tone "old world salem" finish McCain During the a program demonstration, Miss
on making pants-skirts.

The rich, good taste of this Colonial styled suite adds a note of' FRAMED VERTICAL MIRROR CrewsJReedEngagement' .ot :-:

quiet refinement, warm and dignity to your bedroom. For here's ROOMY 4-DRAWER CHESTa t Told

world of storage space in the large double dresser and chest. FULL,SIZE POSTER BED I
Mr. Louis Crews of Starke GtItahIks

Construction is of excellent quality with center guided, dust- announces approaching the marriage.engagement of and his F '

proofed drawers. Plastic tops are mar, scratch and stain daughter, Sharon Ruth,to MIch- *
of Mr .
ael Anthony Reed, son :C
rich old world salem finish with massive shaped resistt7 988ant. and Mrs. Freeman C. Reed of

drawer fronts accented ,with ornate antique finish Hampton.The wedding. will be an event (.II( St 1.\Iln'(eintion Yfrok Feb. 14-20 i
on of March 10 at Pine Level Baptist
furniture that will give you Church at 7 p.m. with a .
ware. 'Truly magnificent reception Immediately follow- it1's 'our way of saying "Thank You" iTo I

.'. and budget priced too. Many other pieces to. choose ALL AT BUDGET MINDED ing in the education building. .
owning All friends and relatives are J 5'
PRICES,WITH EASY TERMS Our 50 Million Guests 5'i
DELIVERY attend.
IMMEDIATE invited to
from. all budget priced. -

Reg. Sale Student DeskS4.9573.00SingleDresser84.9573.00 Reg. Sale -' I 5'i

Triple Dresser-139.93-115.OO % TONIGHTLadies
Corner Desk--59.95-52.OO

Nite Table---- -3o.95-32.OO .
5 Drawer Chest-79.95-69.OO Spindle Bed .-64.95--55.00 New'Arrivals i
Bachelor '
Kings .

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Richardson \- Is Night *
of Starke announce the birth
of s ion, Michael DeWayne on
January 25 in Baptist! Memorial .
Hospital Jacksonville. 3i

0OtlF Bradford County Hospital announces All Ladles Dinners 50% off :

IT R Denmm k Fiurniture Co. of Starke l 3iM the following births:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franklin
Hodges Lawtey,daughter,Sarah i
Ann, Feb. 13. FJ' HOLIDAYOF
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Glen

Ellxson, Lake Butler' a ':
'daughter Feb. IS. :..

Mrs. E, M. Davis visited her
1U'W. CALL ST. sisters, Mrs. Pauline Stone I
PHONE 461.582 ,STARKE ,FLORIDA and Miss Mamie Anderson in 'iy
Archer over the weekend. * * * * * **

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from the> Aunt Jemima Test Kitchens

Shrove Tuesday Tradition
Curtis Sanders and T. A.Sun- FFA WeekMembers

dem were the winning coupleat I I
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
night where there were five of the Bradford
tables In play. Mrs George chapters join with over 430,000
rk III Miller and Mrs. J. D. Odom Future Farmers of AmericaIn
were second; Mrs. Hilda Dey celebrating National Future
a +kr and Mrs. Rhea Johnson were Farmers of America week
third.- which starts February, 19. A

by Orta
J Throughout the week the
i state' 225 chapters are plan-
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie WJegins -
ning activities to support the
and children of Stockton
FFA Week theme. "Youth Witha

Ga. were of Sunday Mrs. L.afternoon D. Vining.vIsItors 75 Years Of Service Purpose..

Mrs. H. K. Tyus visited Mr. Above Is 1SG Robert W. Drake. have remained In the unit loca- According to President Dale ? '
and Mrs. Kenneth Tyus In Savannah CW-4 Albert L. Crosby Jr. and ted In Starke since Nov. of 1946 Clemons Starke, the Bradford
Ga. last week. SSG William C.Rhoden,the only The unit has been reorganizedand chapters will during the week:
members of the National Guard redesignated several times sell bumper stickers, display
f Mr. and Mrs. George Quln- who but they have remained In the In Chamber of Commerce window aA
ney of Jacksonville were Sun- were In the local unit local unit throughout. ISO bulletin board In school
when activated In
day visitors of Mrs. W. S. 19 November Drake Is the First Sergeantof cafeteria, spot announcementson :.
Slade. 1946. the Unit and CW4 Crosby radio all week, radio program centuries.old English custom calla for pancakes on Shrove ,'
All three are veterans of is Platoon Chief and Personnel 5 days of the week anda Tuesday Foods forbidden during Lent were used in making "
r Mr. and Mrs. L. K. White- World War n and have together Officer program at the Starke Rotary pancakes, and as the religious significance dimmed In some
head visited their son-in-law more than 75 years of serviceIn SSG Rhoden Is assigned In Club on Wednesday Feb. areas the day became simply "Pancake Day." ':

and daughter Mr. and Mrs. the Guard. the supply field with the 653rd 23. Pancakes are an excellent Shrove Tuesday choice for 20th :..'
Steven Beckett In Atlanta last CW4 Crosby and 1SG Drake Eng. Dei.ELKS century families, too; they provide hearty warm breakfast nourishment '
1, Y week. National FFA Week always on cold mornings, And when made with complete pancake .
Includes George Washington's mix, preparation Is conveniently up-to-date; only water

y nky+ a,... V ''rq Mrs. Henry O'Hara returned Mrs. Earl B. Searing and SET SUPPER birthday In observance of his need be added for deliciously tender golden brown pancakes.
With blueberries stirred into the batter and of
a topping sweet.
Saturday after attending the fUneral daughter Mrs. John G. Sims MORTGAGE BURNINGA leadership In promoting scientific ened butter, these .
orange pancakes are worthy of a time hon
of a sister Mrs. Selma DI and son returned last Wed- mortgage burning and sup farming practices. Wash- ored tradition.

;, 4L' Atrn n +, a tl Ann Hammon, In Tampa and nesday after a week's visitIn per meeting Is set at 7:30: ington Is considered the patron BLUEBERRY PANCAKES WITH ORANGE BUTTERMakes
also visiting her son-in-law Anderson, S. C. and Gatlln- p.m. Saturday by the Starke saint of the FFA and has
and daughter Mr. and Mrs.L. burg Tenn. with Mr. and Mrs. Elks Lodge at the lodge on come to symbolize the FFA 6 servings
M. Herbrand at Daytona John G. Sims Jr. US-301. tree::.&rer. Orange Butter: Pancakes: .,
ElaineSpartz Becomes Bride Beach the past two weeks. All members and guests are /t< cup butter or margarine 2 cups complete pancake '
Of Clark Lt. a g.) John G. Sims m Invited. Organized In 1928 the FFA /3' cup confectioners sugar mix
Donnie Stewart- -. Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Mc- returned Feb. 5 from a year's promotes leadership, cooperation 2 teaspoons orange Juice 1-'/' cup/ water
Clane of Green Bay Wis. at- tour of duty with the U. S. and citizenship among high '/ teaspoon grated orange /2 cup blueberries frean or, thawed frozen

Miss Elaine Mary Sport brother as best man and Dean tended the funeral of L. G. Navy In Vietnam. He and hisfamily MENTAL HEALTH BOARD school vocational agriculture pHI and well drained
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vein Sparta and Stephen Cowart were Powell on Saturday. Mr. Mc- are living at the Canova TO MEET FEB. 21 students. The FFA Foundation
Spartz of Madison, S.D., andDonnie groomsmen. Clane returned to Green Bay cottage on KIngsley Lake and The regular monthly meet- awards program provides chapter and For orange butter, beat together butter. sugar orange juice
Carl,. Stewart son of After the ceremony a reception Monday and Mrs. McClane remained plan to move to Orange Parkin Ing of the Dlst. 5 Mental state and national recog- orange peel light and fluffy.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart of was held In the church with her parents Mr. March Lt Sims will be Health Board will be held at nition for supervised programsof For pancakes place mix and water In bowl. Stir lightly until
Starke were married on Jan- school. A white pillared wedding and Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr., stationed at Cecil Field. the Alachua County Courthouse agricultural production, batter batter 11 fairly onto smooth. Fold In blueberries. For each pancake

uary 22 In St. Thomas Catholic cake decorated with roses and for several weeks. Room 402, In Gainesville at marketing processing and service pour when edges look cooked.hot lightly Turn only greased once.griddle. Turn pancakes
Church,' Madison, S.D. The topped with pink satin bells centered Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews 7 p.m. Monday Feb. 21. The .
To serve, stack :2 3
or pancakes on each plate. Top with
Rev. Paul Bachman officiatedat the buffet dinner table. Wednesday and Thurs-
MI". and Mrs. Jim Chasteen meeting Is open to advisory orange butter. .
the double-rlnRnuDttalmass. Dancing was enjoyed after thedinner. day with Mr. and Mrs. Dillon BIC PENS. Ball Point Re-
and! Connie groups and! the general public -
daughters and .
fills -Bradford County Telegraph NOTE!! : Orange butter can be prepared the night before then
Decorating( the' altar were Teena, of the State Farm, Carl Whinier and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell covered and refrigerated.
baskets) of pink mums against --- Rlherd of Starke. and J. Roy Mathews In Folkston, Ga.,
a background of fern. Chasteen and Miss Patti Ma- and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ma-
Given In marriage by her father Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Stewart hassey of Gainesville were thews In Billiard. OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOONS
the bride wore a gown of were honored at a bridal shower I
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Argin
white brocade. staled with a Feb. 5 given by Mrs. Johnny Bcggus for the at Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McRae ,
mandarin collar, full sleeves Stewart and Mrs. Johnny Co- Tavares the weekend a and Mrs. Susie Owen were dinner -
empire bodice and A-llne skirt wart. Corsages were presentedto over guests Monday night of MI". l.,1 ."
that fell Into a chapel train. the bride and to Mrs. Carl Tommy Chastain of FSU was and Mrs. Dale Brown and Mr. : a : .
Her mantilla length veil was Stewart, mother of the groom. home for the weekend. and Mrs. Dewayne McRae at c!
edged with English lace. She Cake and punch were served the home of the latter on Mrs.

carried a bouquet of long from a table decorated with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Har- R. M. McRae's birthday.Ten 1-I'-- H
camellias and azaleas.
stemmed red -roses with rington and daughters and Dr.
The opened by the from Scout
white streamers. gifts were and Mrs. Harry Gruen and boys Troop
Miss Marcy Draper as maidof bride and groom and displayedfor daughters visited the Jack- 70 and Don Hardenbrook,Scoutmaster SALE DAYS: THURS., FRI.I SAT.
honor wore a full length the guests. sonville Zoo Sunday spent Friday and Sat-
Samoan rose gown.Miss Dianne Guests attending were Mrs. urday nights In the Dade City

Fox and Mrs. Dan Mielke, Carl Stewart Mrs. Ray David, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemonsand Armory and attended the Tampa
bridesmaids wore' full length Mrs. Orene Cowart, Mrs.Betty daughter, Marsha, and Ron- State Fair on Saturday. Also r 1 e' e rr
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. David the Da-
pomegranate colored gowns nie Norman visited Mr. and accompanlng boys were
Bormanco.Mr. vid Montgomery assistant
Freddie Stewart attended his
Mrs. B. J. Mills In Brunswickover
leader Jim O'Neal and Don TOP
the weekend.F. .
Mr. and Airs. Amos Sanford and Mrs. Daniel Alvarez Rardon. MENS SALE LADIES SHIRT SALE

and son of Atlanta visited their. B. Beard returned Sunday
\statula were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lamb UNIFORM
parents Mr. and Mrs. Rufus LADIES
of Mr. and Mrs L. C Early. after spending the. past two and daughter attended a. SHIRT : + r $300
/. !-" ,','- !: Oj|r' Alvarez, and Mr. and Mrs.Jlm- weeks In ,the Gainesville'' VA performance $300 PANT
of the Scot's Guard
my Sullivan, over the weekend. Hospital.
Band and dancers at the Jack-
$300 SETS
Seaman Apprentice VincentSt. Anderson sonville Coliseum last Sunday. Poly.t.r bktncfo In long Blvev Long and short sleeves inprints
Mrs. Myrtle gave ,
John visited his grandmother Btylw. Fashion prints In 32.
dinner last MI". and Mrs. Robert 38. and solids. 3238.
a party Thursday Green
WHS. Mildred St. John.
Local admittances to Brad- Los sleeve 0
and Mrs. Helen Genereux vis-
in Palmetto and his uncle and evening honoring Mrs. Bess
ford County Hospital this week
aunt Mr. and Mr. Stephen St. Six Tyrell friends on her enjoyed 85th the birthday. ited Sanford Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. Jimmy RoweIn include: A. J. Thomas, Sr., MENS MENS LONG or SHORT SLEEVE LADIES KNIT TOPS
John In Bradenton several
days last week. ion.Mr. Mrs. Edith Christiansen of Ottilia Marie Easterling, Mrs. PANT Sleeveless & 00

New Orleans arrived Sarah Strickland, Mrs. Louise 00 short sleeve $3 ,
and Mrs. Fred Bennett Friday I RE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutonof ,Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry for an extended visit with her Tenly Mr. Hester Zoltowskl $4 00 25 styles in bond sass
Olmsted BI. and Mrs. MaryJordan
Bennett and relatives In Jacksonville sisters. Mrs. W. H. Hart and James B. Roberts Mrs. Jes- $4.99 REQ.: I fabric.Fash Cottons, nylons & orlons.
of Union City, Tenn. sie Young, Mrs. Lavon Collins ion colors in
Sunday.Mr. Mrs Ella Moody and family. Long & short sleeve. 34-
were last Tuesday to Thursday Mrs. Debra Broughton and Clarence Sizes 3042. Sizes S-XL. t4'/i-17. sizes 818.
Mrs. J. L. Keating
40 S-M-L.
( accompanied ,
of Mr. and Mrs.
guests 0 and Mrs James Hurst her mother, Mrs.Christiansen Hutcheson, Starke; Jacob
Titus Olson. and children Frostproof 're here and returned to New Tipping andHarlan W. Meserve.
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Orleans Sunday. Keystone Heights; John Jack- I
'attendedthe LADIES PANTIES
Dr. C. W. Whlffen Carl Hurst. son, Lawtey; Mrs. Agnes D.
North Central Florida Op. Mrs. G. F. Wolfred Jr. Is Turner Melrose.Mr. .

tometrlc: Society meeting and '**>. A. Baldwin Sr returned i medical patient In the Ala- 2for$500Machine
lecture 'In Gainesville last home Friday after being a pat- chua General Hospital. and Mrs. Lojos Toth ; 2fo 1 o p
of Orlando
Friday.'Mrs. Whlffen attendedthe lent In the Alachua General were weekend guests
Auxiliary,meeting. ,Hospital for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Stuartof of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis San- washable ace- Bonded or Ions, acrylics
Baxley. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Handsome sol ids& fancies late tricot In white & 100% nylon satin elastic & nylons in pull-on styles.

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Palmes Mr. and Mrs. James Barron Ronald Crawford and son, Kevin ders.Mr. I in 2940. colors. 510. 'leg briefs. White in 510. 818.

and daughter and Chase and granddaughter Kay Turner of Ocala, and Mrs. C. W. and Mrs. Wallace Rldg-
Palmes of Fort Lauderdale.were were In Tallahassee over the Beasley of Gainesville were ley of Blessfleld Mich are

Friday night guests of weekend where they visited Mr. guests of Mrs. W.. H. Hart visiting Mr and Mrs. Homer BOYS UNDERWEAR PANTYHOSE GIRDLES GIRLS JEANS3f$2
Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. St. and Mrs. J.Mac Barren and Mr. and family during the week- Stearns this week.

John and family. and Mrs. Joseph Lacayo. end. $
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers OOe
CJ.2for$1 100
-- -- and daughter of Jacksonville :; TO J5.00"Lovable"
visited her parents, Mr. and d"f
Mrs. Tullle Norman, on Sun- / denim fabric in
Asst. shades in 1 size pantie girdles in S-M-L- ."1. darks. lights and hi-
Brief or t t-shirt in S-XL stretch "fits' 5' to 5'9", XL.( shades. Sizes 7 to 14.

To Visit Ci RUGS3fI

\ Church Of God 00 r" $1 o $159

I.. :; vsEi's t st.te :

Ii Recording: artists Bob and Flare leg, all around
Carol Chamption, a husbandand 1 t'' elastic, perm press. Foam back, urged ends
6/8'' 9/11. h decorotorcolors. 8!j.11!14.*
wife team will bring their _, jr Solids & florals. 36.
musical outreach to the Churchof

God on North St. Clair: St.
February 20 at 7 p.m. MENS HOSIERY FABRICS
Their comtemporary gospel
presentation done in a youthful I ? I
style that Is Inspirational 2 $100 2dS.J.OO 2 $3fE9 $0O

to all ages. for REG.
They are familiar with youth Asst. styles' with long & sa 99

problems of today Including the Cotton crew, ban Ions or sOlidS & :prints.poly/cottons 44' 45"In short sleeves. Solids & Soft 'n fluffy pillow in
drug situation and they contend. wear-doted nylons. 1013. stripes in 3-14. 19 x 25.
that the answer Is JESUS and .
e\r mearI 3 that's what they are singing
Their repetolre Is versatileand ,
: provides an untorgetable I $ OVCASUALSHOES TENNIS SHOES SALE

spiritual experience. The pub- 2 for a 00
lic Is Invited. $3 $200

sp111: lAI_, 4 patch pockets, 100% $5.119 $800
sanforized cotton Insp. Crlnkl.&Qharma.lIn'
blsck orlnkl.* A Sizes-lO'i-2.!' 2Ki-6 & 6.12.
6 PeS. CJlICKEN THE BRADFORD ring C a I or S. 818. hownilww, 9-10. Red chili, filtered 1 bass.

H.F*. COLESLAW COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished gold rub off in sizes 7-11

4 "KOLL3 o
2. 9LCES.1'9E at 138: W. Call Street SHIRTS INFAHTSSHOES SAVE UP TO 33: %

i CUP of COM tt a mums ( Starke.Florida 32091 OO
3'o 5oEo2REQ.P $4
Second class postage paid R

...rI.......,., wUbM. sum al fiUrke, Florid To 3s gg
Wishbonet I Solids, 2-tones & fancies Boys & girls strops &
way it ought to be Subscription. Rates 8-13andS-L. II ties. Sizes 4'/' 8. II Brown and block i in 8"'1"3.

la trade area: 15.00 per

years ".75 sis month...
Outside trade area: W.50
Authorized Franchise Dealer per year $3.00 :

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DEFENDANT WATTSDismisses Full Time

I Judge 4 Cases Under Speedy Trial Rule ForesterIs Hired "

Bradford County; will have \
full time county farm forest-

Unable to make a$S.000 bond, Ing to Johnny Jackson along law cused of attacking James Williams rection's officer June 7th.Mon. tered a plea of guilty; to charges pending/ trial. after action taken Monday,Feb.
Berkly Sanders Starkels still with Johnny L. McRae. Wallace O'Neal Preston was with a straight edge tana received an additional of aggravated assault and -The charge of aggravated 7, by the County; Commission.Allan .
residing In the Bradford County McRae Is presently servinga charged with breaking and entering razor. six month sentence In the state assault against Carlos Ford
; In other in prison to be served concurrentwith the >plea> was accepted by AssU Tarleton who has been
Jail on charges of assault and six months .to two years the Crlffls Grocery cases Tuesday's was discharged. Ford was accused -
possession of stolen goods. sentence In the state prison Store August 16 but had his session of Circuit Court the one he is serving now. State 'Attorney'M ck Futch and of attacking Sam McCut- working In Bradford two-thirds
Sanders has been In the County in Italford after pleading guilty cases dlmlssed under the state Sandollo Alvarei Jr. was -Harry Hannah pled guilty; the court. Judge Crews was tolda chin with a straight edge! rator. of the time and Clay County;
adjudged Incompetent to assault by a prisoner with receptacle A of and one-third, told the County;
18 waiting ; to the charge. stature. Preston was found mentally containing a charge breaking entering -
; Jail since his December to to- Sanders Is also charged with inside of the building. by the court and comml- a deadly weapon on Ernest Pri- burning liquid In the cell occupied against James Benjamin Commission that Clay has decided -
for cases come assaulting Miss Maggie Reid ted to the Division of Healthat tchett. He was sentenced to six by Klnson. KIght was dropped by the state to employ a full time
trial. Four when other cases defendants were last October 28 with a butcher The cast against Larry Wayne tile State Hospital in Chat- months In the state prison -atKaltord. Judge Crews considered all prosecuting attorney. Klght was forester. He pointed out that
dismissed knife King had to be dismissed. King tahoochee. Alvarei was charged : aspects of the "including accused of breaking Into the there It enough work In Brad-
tried within 60
not case
were after arrest under the If Sanders asks for "speed was charged with breaking and with assault by a state prisoner -Robert Nicholson 21. pleaded the opportunity for, the New Method Cleaners Decem- ford to Justify a full time for-
days trial law. y trial", the state has 60 daysto entering Into Edward Massey's on a correction officer guilty; to an assault on Officer to be rehabilitated and men ber 24. Clothing valued at over ester.It .
new Sanders speedy cases scheduled to bring him to trial or the Gulf Service Station In Lawtey. June 7th.Robert. O.D. Taylor with a dead- sentenced them to,18 then $400 was taken. Entry was will cost Bradford only
be tried Tuesday In the Winter case will have to be dismissed.. -Charges of possession of S. Montana pled guilty ly weapon at the prison near months gained through an exhaust fan $1,000 ot$2,000, year. $3,000
Term of Circuit Court but If he does not ask for a speedy moonshine whiskey and pos ; to a similar charge of assault Balford June 25 and was and stipulated that this time outlet. Instead Tarleton said,
were pasted Indeflnately. So trial the state has 80 day session of a still against David by a prisoner on a cor- sentenced to an additional one- be served concurrently. KIght pled no contest to a In asking the commission to

for now Sanders still sits In In which to bring him to trial. Jones was dropped. year term in the prison. hole contenders-James W(liodefeneetochar-Scott second charge of breaking and approve him for fulltime work

the Jail with neither he or the Tuesday, In Circuit Court -Charges of aggravated a- arraigned last Nov. 8 of entering Into a private residence here.
Sheriffs department knowing four such cases were dismissed sault against Jackie Aldridge School son pleaded Innocent;. but after ges wltholdlng support and and Judge John Crews Tarleton's request was grant
Judge Crews
well because placed the defen- motion by Commissioner
what Is..to become of hun. under this new state were dropped as conferring with Agst. Pub- dant under ordered a presentence Inves- ed on a
probation for Hamilton
of the law. Aldrldne was ac- a per- Zedra
Sanders was charged with! Lunches lic Defender Alan Parlaplano, iod of four years. In addition he tigation. passed unanimously.
possession of stolen goods a' School he switched his plea to guilty; ordered Scott to $25 Klght will remain at liberty;
40 hp. outboard motor belong- Food StampCertification. -Charles V. Carlson and month support for pay a a under his present bonds which Tarleton said that in 1968
(From Page 1)) Michael E. Lucas were slatedto old dependant.A 15-year total over $3,500. there was 72 requests for the

Building. . go on trial on charge \t presentencing Investiga KIght,. 21, was convicted In forester's assistance from
Straight A9s. Ins a small variety; of foods assault with intent to murder lion was ordered for 1967-of larceny of a truck anda county; farmers. By 1971 the
( From Page 1)) (From Page 1)) each day from which high school Inmate Edward S. Klnson with Thompson after he pled no Johnny con- charge of breaking and en requests had Increased to 125.
students would .be able to fire bombs at the institution test to charges of tering. In both cases KIght was So far In 1972, with five monthsof
(From Page 1)) exactly the rate predicted by which will house both the food choose. last July LThrough stolen receiving sentenced to five years In the the fiscal year to go, requests
Hen- stamp office as well as units Reducing! lunch prices and property.; Thompson has
Fiscal Harvey I.
Agent ,, Parlapoano they en- been in Jail for several months state prison. total 86, he said.TREMENDOUS .
of the welfare office. at. the time increasing
ton.Jan same
of Mr.
Searle daughter ._ .. ...
and Mrs. C. E. Searle of Ther- ann.The school board will actually The Division of Family Services quality IB Just' BO much talk. '
realize only $500,000 of Florida's welfare agency said School Board Member
essa. the bond Issue funds after pay- given responsibility; for certifying Charles Sawyer. "You could 3-ROOM VALUE

A-B HONOR ROLL Ing various fees, such as the applicants and selling go there a week from now
Seniors fiscal agent,,. the school board food stamps has long recog- and find the same food." RICHFOAM
attorney, and establishing the nized the need for a perman- Casey then cited Instances Featuring
Andrews Bernard required reserve funds.It ent office in Bradford County. where Hampton Elementary y011 (Urethane Foam)
Jimmy The location at 102 East School served steak and 3 ,
Debra Casey Cheryi- will leave the school board new shrimp OW ,
Brown Combs Patricia Corbett, about $735,000 In actual construction Call Street Cold bank building) for lunch. He said several W :
ene Crews Emelene DeSue, funds. Since the contract will also house personnel to schools are planning to start t *
Sharon Nancy Elland, Albert Fayson, Including alternates, totals administer the payments and breakfast snacks, such as has lr
Jean lilnson Richard KIrkland, $660,550. the board will services programs of the a- been the practice at Brooker _
Carmen Lester. Patricia My- have a cushion of $74.450.Supt. gency. Elementary for two years. 'L
Donna Norris Brenda 0'- Tom Casey feels the program Under the food stamp program The superintendent stressed
ers Doris Overstreet, De- could not have been started low Income families will the net worth of the lunch pro-
Steen lores Sapp Janel Titus Paul- without such a cushion: since use part of their Income to gram Is now $27,185 and pointed k -cZ '
ine Peterson Esther Romero, the school board Is operating purchase stamps at a price out that at the beginningof -
under a very tight budget. reduced according to the a- the year the program was T
Mary Ellen Wager, Kenneth mount of their Income, then $3,300 in the red. _Is
Walnwrlght, Ralph aggie. Contract with Trlest la expected use the stamps as money In Board Member' Blaine -
to be executed
B end of the week. He has 210 for the program. To qualify Sawyer. He suggested the lunch 'oc 5 "I... grou" hoa ..._ of
James Cladleux, Catherine days to complete the two pro- a store must apply and be prices remain unchanged and h.avp suppornd. plaNc/ with,
jects. The school board Is t .... print fabric comblna"on.Ha 0151
Green Keith Thomas approved by the US Department the extra money go into raising da.k _k flnl.h' with.am
shooting for a September 1 com- of Agrlculature. the quality of food. MATCHING ...' cu.hlana and 3" foam back cuthlona
pletion date.Beer "This program I think offers "This thing snowballs when ROCKER $89.95
A-B HONOR ROLL the most to low Income you get commodities," Casey
Juniors families" Mrs. Leveda said "We're buying quality;
Ruling. Brown assistant director of a foods now. Price has not been' ="" w
Carol Bloodworth.Susan Con- 12 county; district for the wel- the object in the last quay COMPLETE 3 ROOM OUTFIT OR 95SPECIAL

tois Kathleen Faulkner, Steve (From Page 1)) fare department, told the coun- ter." Cafeteria managers have BUY SEPARATE GROUPS AT $5 9 9

Futeh Robin Griffin Linda Wed to reduce the distance requirement ty; commission last week. "It been buying the top of the line wb SPECIAL PRICES LISTED BELOW..
Harris Gayle Hatcher Daryl to 2,000 feet, and is scaled In such a way that In every Item, he added. !
Reg. $437.4. SAVt!! $37.73
Milliard Hank Holmes, Dor- the beverage license those with the least. get the Sawyer asked if the Increase
etha Hudson Terri! McNeal, setting most." could be considered temporary. 5-PC. SPANISH WOOD ARM SETTEE GROUP toorkQt
Norton fee at $20. _. 3 Cushion Settee. Cocktail Table $ /
Robert Norman..Nancy ,* Unlike the commodity program Casey replied yes that It y f "
Lane Powell Carl Rlherd Elaine In upholding Carroll's contention In which food is given would have to be temporary Matching Club Chair 2 End Tablaa
Sherman Becky Siemer, the court found that the free of charge the stamp pro because nobody can foresee how 3 Table Lamp, Reg. S39.9O Special with this I. R. Gp. 2.90

TonI Stone Sandra Tomlinson, Brooker ordinance was InvalIdly gram requires the expenditure the program would run next 5-PC. SPANISH DINETTE (tic... $6.55))
Rachel Williams. enacted (not properly advertised -) of cash though at a reduced year.A !3E Oval Spanish Dinette 4 Upholtterad $Cj9
for hearings, etc.
rate, for stamps which can dietician has agreed to 36" < 34" Wtobl. Padded Seat Chalrt **
SOPHOMORES and declared effect It "void" and of then be used to purchase food supervise the lunch program I.oval., t .. Tabl.Matured !. 4PC. BEDROOM SUITE
A-B no The force Court ,,further\; ,;: found\ items at regular prices.A beginning July 2, the, superintendent C'hoiirrshowCo.' Double Dryad 4-Or.' Che.t $15800. i
Eddie Blaiock James > family of four could pur- said.That;, announcement Ir. framed ..
Mirror Double Bedi, f
ley, Jimmy Davis Mazella Du- that "$afntlffs are eniltled.to chase $100 in food stamps for dropped casually,pleased 'h'l' rep...,and.. vinyl Econo-Lux 5 9;ti' yt*
bose, Camille Ga&sett, Stephen a certificate of zoning approval as little as $28, Mrs. Brown the board.1 Sawyer suggestedthe Mattress BdxlSprln'gs $51.90
Hall Andrew Harvey. Paul Hut- from the Brooker Council and told the commission. But an- nickel might have to be t ,r Reg. $69.95. Special with this group

chins Jim Johns Jerlmlah said the Carrolls "are entitled other family of four on a higher put back next year to pay the
Johnson Sally Meng. Diane to utilize their grocery store In Income might be requiredto dietician. i T (i Ask Ahout
Moore Ricky Mott, Chuck such a manner to sell beer spend $85 for the same What happens next year will I I ;
Landa Thornton Geor- with an alcho' content not exceeding I
Norton stamps. depend upon tho Federal Government l T" wp I I '
lene Rodriguez Debbie Gall 3.2% for off-premises The stamp program, Mrs. and Bradford's allocation I t Twms
Scott, Linda Walden,JencyWat- consumption upon: payment to Brown pointed out, Is an effort of lunch funds, Casey 1 i 1 I i
the Town!! Clerk of the sum (of to Include the working said.

son.FRESIiMEN $20 as a license fee. poor, based on Income. She "Right now, we're getting l I
The Judge also ruled that i c l II
thinks that makes it superiorto more than ever before." 1 :
A-B the Carrolls should recover the commodity program. I II
The recommendation to reduce ,
suit ?
their costs In bringing /
Alice Atwood Kenny Cauley, More persons are expectedto prices came from school ;
Randy Chltty; Kerry Clayton against the'town officials. be eligible for the stamp principals who had previouslymet : c- ,4r + ; I
Lataln Herres Jean Higginbo-. The sale of beer In Brooker program than for. commodi on their unusual situationof ,
tham. Kathy Jones Joy Laine" becamti the primary Issue In finding their lunch programs +' 0701
Sharon Lavender Nancy Lee, the February 8 town electionIn ties.Only reservation expressedby showing a profit. Usually a r 0 I I
Sandy Mann. Debra Manning, which Carroll defeated Shir- the commission last week principal fights to kepp his .. '
Sharon Williams, Diane Yawn, ley Green for the Mayor's post, was that some persons now lunch room operation some- w. + .- Night Stand $29.93 I
I i TIa Thornton. and two Incumbent Councilmen receiving commodities will be where near the black. t i
ousted. off from. that source of m e
were cut The board finally voted unanimously I
SPECIAL EDUCATION Carroll said yesterday tliathe food and might not be responsible to reduce lunch prices ---
SOPHOMORESAB[ had not yet received a copy of enough to use a portion as recommended, on a !
Judge Patten's ruling and, of their income to purchase motion of H, A. Lawson. Enrich Your Housewj'
O'Harold Acosta, Charles therefore, had not reapplied stamps to buy food. Poor man-
Matthews. .a beer license.. agement is the reason many With Splendor
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Historical Meetiilg Tonight [ : \,I .
Bradford' 4-H Horse Club After the demonstration and The Bradford ....n Horse Club
practice, members saddledup many: more activities -
started It's 1972 horse have planned
Enthusiastic over the Prospect ing emergency repairs to the slat with repair and landscaping ties with a demonstration for a 10 mile trail ride Involving their horses
of preserving the old Brad- building, such as painting window of Bradford County's only grooming and showing Saturday on- through the country north east for this year. Their biggest ", I
ford County courthouse and the frames and replacing broken historical landmark. He said Riders enjoyeda AQHA
; January 29th, followed of Starhe. event will be an approved
windows If the County Commission that offers had also been made bya .
establishment of
proposed a trail ride.Twentyare. pack lunch mid-way throughthe Horse Show on Sunday, '
county museum James F. cooperates by creating by owners of Bradford County member braved ride while the horses rested April 9th at the Starke Fair r
Bloodworth, president) has invited a County Historical Commission artifacts who, wish to donateor t2 the weather as Judy Loperwent for t the return trip. Grounds. In addition to a
to the School Board can
lend such articles to the
all Interested to
persons number of local riders, attend a meeting of the His carry out Its plan to give the proposed museum. through the paces of trimming, Area good r
torical Society at 7:30 tonight building for museum purpos brushing and cleaning her horse Lawtey ,the show should attract exhibitors sand
(Thursday) in the Starke libra es.Bloodworth All persons who wish to assist A61 to make It show to best ad- To Be Cleared from throughout Florida .,.
said that offers with the project, or who vantage. the Southern United
ry.Bloodworth said that plans of free assistance had already have articles for display are After the demonstration and For Recreation States.. ,,
would be discussed for mak- been received from Individualsand urged to attend tonight's meet- practice members practiced Leadership for the Club this .
companies wanting to as- what they had learned on their year Includes President Richard ;
own horses and then led their .Work on clearing a recreation Carter Vice President .
Ing.Union horses In a simulated halter site of about six acres Anderson.Secretary Judy
Low Vicky
Income Residents To Vote >o
authorized by the Lawtey
I Co. class. was Loper, Treasurer Pat Phlfer,

For coon Representative Stick.to-th.-ribs country stews have always been a favorite World property City Council Is located Tuesday east night of The the and Reporter Bobby Carter.Marvin Adult ti
Gets Retard one dish meal because of their homestyle flavor simple preparation Disney railroad what Is known as leaders are Mr I
nourishment. Just MWkIn and Mr. Billy Melaon.
serving convenience and wholesome
Low Income residents of In District 2 (Lawtey), the serve a stew with a fresh green salad, hot garlic bread and a Special Events "the old Mlddleburg road" and Youth between ages of 9 and :
Clay, Union, Baker, and Brad- Lawtey Head Start Center lathe Aid GrantLAKE simple, dry red wine, and few meals could be more satisfying. was purchased some time ago 19 years who owns or has I
ford counties, will cast their place tovote, with a mobile Although country stews are relatively easy to prepare, they Set Feb. 1921Walt from the HU1 estate. access to a horse can apply [
votes on Saturday. Feb. 19,between unit In the area from 10 a.m. do require some culinary know.how just throwing food together Council Chairman Eugene for membership In the Clubby II
8 a.m. and b p.m. to decide to 12 noon and 2 to 4 Vo- BUTLDR union few tricks. One 01 Pearson said the city planned
p.m. In a pot doesn't do it. There are a Disney World will cel- contacting one of the members -
who will represent them'on ters will choose from EdwardH. County School Board has received them is how to "beef up" the flavor of the stew when using ebrate "Star Spangled Holidays further recreational develop leaders; or the County; I
the Board of Directors of Orleman, two year resident, notice that It has been inexpensive cuts of stew meat. The trick is to use real beet ," Feb. 19-21, In honorof ment of the property, but will Agent's office In Starke.Polity .
CUBB Economic Agency, Inc. retired shipyard worker, with approved for a 75,000 Exceptio concentrate, like Bovril spooned right from the jar. It's a sure George Washington's birthday only clear It at the present !
for the year ahead. al Child the fire flavor enhancer that can make every piece of meat taste time.
experience In the Head Start Facility grant by The gala program will Include -
The CUBB Neighborhood Service like the best that money can buy. Committees were appointedfor !
Program Day Care Committee, State Board of Education.The a patriotic parade at 12:30:
with the follow I
Center and Head Start the new year, Hose
But don't save real beef concentrate just for stews. Add a
members of the welfare com- funded the and a "Star Spangled Salute" -
staffs, under the direction of grant, by holt.teaspoon while cooking vegetables; add It to soup. And Its p.m. as chairmen: Streets
mIttee of his church; LesterRandolJil State Legislature, provides for at 5:30 In the forecourtof :Rosier SanItation Robert '
Mrs. Annett Hughes Neighborhood great for.a quick, hearty natural /flavor gravy. ;
presently a teacherIn Cinderella's Castle each day. ANY SIZE I ANY SHADE
Center Protect ; Scott Finance and Taxation -
Service a secondary programat Try this Fashioned Country Stew recipe using Bovrll real ;
Director; Mrs. Elaine McBride the Duval County School Union County House School beef concentrate and taste how hearty and tantalizing it can be. Special fife and drum corps Barbara Jordan.
Deputy Director, and :System, with experience In in which mentally retarded This is a great stew to be, cooked a day in advance and servedat revues will be staged each day Several residents along SR $3.00 Per
Nelson Rios, Executive Direc- working with PTA and church pupils will be taught academic, your convenience; perfect for the working hostess. Other marching units will Include 225, the road to KIngsley Lake $2.00 Per pr.1NO
CUBB have groups; and John Sherman, honor guard that Is rebuilt, attendedthe
tor of tho Agency, domestic and occupationalskills. OLD FASHIONED COUNTRY STEW a mWtary being
spent much time and effort 26 year resident former Mas- (Serves 8)) composed of 65 midshipmenfrom meeting to register comPlaints 1.00 Per !
during the past several weeksin ter Sargeant, U.S. Army, and .. the Sanford Naval Military about the condition of
2 beefY
retired state employee, with School James Casot stewing 4 whole cloves
musical The highwaywas
setting up voting places, Academy. Other their driveways.
preparing ballots, and inform- experience In PTA and work said the school board has employed 1 Tbl.cup cooking flour Yt cup chopped parsley groups will Include the Mer- raised in some' places,
ing candidates and voters on with church and school groups. the firm of Campbelland yt tup. pepper 1 bay leaf ritt Island Bell, Ringers, the and driveways were not built 21YE,5 I
registration and voting procedures District 3 Hampton and Sally, Gainesville architects 1 tup. paprika 1 clove chopped garlic I tavern singers, glockenspielgirls up sufficiently, making bad driving -
etc., and are expecting Brooker), voting place Is the to draw plans and speciflations 1 large chopped onion 1 cup red wine and the Walt Disney World conditions, especially in
a large turnout for the elect- Hampton Community Center for the facility.\ Cason 1 tsp. Bovril real beef 6 medium potatoes quartered Band and Fanfare Trumpets wet weather It was said. The
Ions. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., witha : concentrate 6 medium carrot. quartered A re-enactment of the famous Councilmen promised to con- j j jHOUSE
In Bradford County; s DIstrict mobile unit touring the area said he hopes the facility couldbe 1 can (S ox.) tomato sauce 1 stalk celery, choppedCut painting,, "The Spirit of tact the State Road Departmentand
(Starke HeUbronn from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2 ready for use by next schoo' featured what can be done about :
1 meat Into stew-size pieces and brown in oil in skillet over 76, will be duringthe see
Pleasant Grove) to 4 p.m. Candidates are C. year and that when completed, Salute anda correcting these conditions as
Springs, residents hot fire. Sprinkle over skillet flour, pepper and paprika. Stir Star Spangled ,
will vote at the Neigh- J. Brown, 35 year resident of those students now housed In Bovrll beef concentrate into 1 cup hot water and pour into separate special 15-member Minute soon as possible. I II
borhood Service Center at Hampton and Barbara Bruno. regular classrooms would be pan; add onion tomato sauce cloves parsley bay loaf and Man Militia Unit will marchIn City Clerk Ethel:Reddish,who OF MilO I
the RJE building In Starke anda two year Hampton resident, provided with "a model and chopped garlic and heat. Place browned meat in Dutch oven and the style of colonial days. has been W for several weeks, I
mobile unit will tour the owner of Hampton General unique place for learning." pour mixture from other skillet over meat. Cover and simmerfor Hours for the three-day e- was able to attend the meetIng I
area from 10 ajn. to 12 noon Store, who has worked with The superintendent said that 3 hours. Add wine and continue simmering for Y2 hour. Add vent will be 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday night. Lawtey, FJ.ITFCHG| 1
the CUBB summer enrichment potatoes, carrots and celery, and simmer for additional y hour. 1j
and 2 m. Candidates In dally.'
a special equipment project totaling
district program, Girl Scouts, Cub j
this are Donnle A, been
Burch, 18 resident with Scouts and recreational dir- $8,000 bas
experience In the Job Corps, ector In Hampton. funded for the facility\
NYC, and work with neighbor "We strongly urge all low- J
hood children: James Dammon, Income residents to participateIn
48 year resIdent, World Warn these elections," saldl Nelson Raiford NowCertified :
veteran member of Senior Rios, Executive Directorof
Citizen's Club: Number 2; and the CUBB Agency. "This Is For TERWILLEGAR MOTORSa ;
Catherine Dean, lifetime resident their chance to make their voices I
chairman of Bradford heard, first through the elections Tax -
Community, Action Group, and then through their to
boardfl.2.- Sentatives, whose }'
Church Youth Counselor, and
WSCS president Job It will be to see that their Officials of the newly incor- .
needs and wants are made knwn porated town of Raiford have ;.
for consideration In board been notified that the town Is
decisions affecting actions of certified effective January 1
the agency which Is set up to to receive cigarette tax collections BEAT
I serve them" ef sales within the
municipal limits. it
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Anyone desiring further Information Since there Is a two-month .

'..' .... ........ about the electionsmay lag between collections and rebates it'i'i
r-... ..... .. .-.--" obtain It by calling any the town will not start .

"A man whose ship come in CUBB Neighborhood, Service receiving money.until the Marchdisbursement ". .f.fff (i
usually finds moat ol hU relatives Center or the ..CUBB Apncistarke. III[ ,' a cor4lng''" to 123? .' hj J
office In ,ae-; Chairman Mrs. Drew'' -t
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Receive Pay Raise ----County- -Agent- t--News- ---- Union Is Given Hope

And Benefits Under New Plan

By Bobby L. Taylor

All members of the Nation. It was pointed out that a "And most Important for new Hospital Will Open

al Guard received a new parraise tour In the service Is moreenjoyable m.D.when they leave for 'Moat folks who are plan- fruit trees that goes into detail
effective January j I. according -' now than ever be six months' active duty; they nine to put In spring crop on this subject. Call or -
to CWt A. L. cross. fore. "During annual training receive $299 per month or are behind schedule already. come by our C office If you need peoses and for( supplies.COMMISSIONER .
by, of the parades will be conducted more, plus allowances for their Many areas are too wet to a LAKE BUTLER Solid charge'the prevailing fees.
." enwhoen au prior' during the week, and Saturday wife, If married," Crosby said. even ;get a soil sample and This"Is the time of year hope that Union General Hospital S. M. The fees would be turned
service receive $9.60 per assembly will be a no-dnty da?." Crosby Allowance for the wife is $105 have not had the first fUrrow .to fertilize pecan trees Weai will be In business by Brown underlined that the over to the corps, which pays
," Crosby said. The unitconducts .said. "There is less aggravation per month.."This total of $404 turned. We still need to make should fertilizer July has taken shape under money Is to be used only as the doctors their salaries. The
two training assemblies and more, pay than per month makes the National soil sampling number one and be out March 1st. federal program that may cash .Is required. doctors themselves have the
on Saturday, and two on ever before" he added. Guard more attractive." Crosby get the samples as soon as We to use a furnish the doctors to staff it. During most of the morning choice of working under a
sample analysis -:
said. soil Meanwhile, the Union County commissioned officer system,
to makea
Sunday once each month,which possible. public health adviser Don
would give the new enlisted New Hampton Guardsmen earn while often If we can get drier conditions fertilizer recommendation. Commission turned over Scheer explained bow the National which satisfies any military
private with learning a skill such as mechanics we should have good a- However, we can use another $60,000 Wednesday to the trustee Health Service Corps obligation they may have, or
of$42.773permonth radio repair welding automobile rule of thumb for of the hospital, which under Civil Service.
vice a total : Councilman creages of vegetablathis year.A pecans with- may be able to provide salaried
Crosby added. parts supply and other number of people In the out an analysis.. This rule Is was completed last May but doctors for the communltyr -
One Guardsman In Co. n skills that may help them find Brooker area are planting cucumbers to apply about LI/2 pounds of has remained closed becauseof 'If accepted by the corps, S CH E E R EMPHASIZEDthat administrator
Is Seatedby employment In civilian life, or a complete fertilizer the failure thus far to find hospital
and such U.S.
53rd Support Battalion local pepper squash. as which operates under the Miller and the board of
doctors. The raised Floyd
unit) put It this way "Whata help them around the homeor The Brooker Marketing Committee 10.10-10 or similar analysisper ; money certificates, Public Health Service, Lake trustees would be in charge of
revenue ,
great past time Job!" Witt Karen Supsky>> In their every day life it_ Is working to get buyers year of growth or spreadof through Is earmarked for opening ex- Butler would receive least operations under the plan
each promotion and years In was pointed out. and develop a good mar- the branches of the tree. two physicians: who wouldQ. here, not the federal
service, additional pay Is re* Hampton's City Council met Capt. James R. Reddish unit' ket situation in mat area. Watermelon The fertilizer should be broadcast ment. While working govern-at the
ceived. for the second time this year Commander said there are tour acreage this year and preferably disked Into hospital, the doctors would report -
The following annual training and George Davis was sworn or five vacancies in the unit should be about the same as the soli under the spread of to Miller, he added,
pay Is calculated tor personnel In to the posltioo of Councilman at the present time, and thoseinterested It was In 1971.Strawberry. lb. tree. This rate does not though they practice from
with dependents who would until the next election, should visit the armory and "green" apply to young trees under five a4i1Qtfi free office{( space provided by
attend the monthl7meeUnpancf replacing Ed 5u a. or talk with TomUnaon growers are, having a difficult years of aee.Enroll. the county In the old King
the 15 days active duty; during In other business or Warren. Several people have time. Cold and wet weather has Memorial Hospital building."I .
the year (flguresjlsted: in this Parents were, warned that Indicated Interest and enlistments slowed strawberry growth and FAMILYPHYSICIAN think you have about a
order: pay grade years of service their children who illegally ride are being processed on harvest. A good number of Now 80-50 chance, which II not
.dally pay, monthly; pay, their -mini-bikes or other vehicle a first come, first served basis. greens patches have been lost bad," the adviser told the
annual pay within Hampton will be from too much water and cold commissioners. "You have
E-S 0-2 hycersl, $11.12. $44.. given tickets. "Former'servicemen may conditions. Insects and diseases for Medical something here which Is
48. $753.06. -The leash law prohibiting enlist for only one year on a are also b.comingaprob. A series of medical ready to go. You have real
Q-4 years* 'J2.91. dogs from roaming the streets try-one program" Crosby lem in strawberry fields because questions of general interest problem."
,51.& $874.08.(5heara. at will is going to be strictly said. it has been almost impossible Medicare Under the plan an accepted
answered bllI panel of family doctors from
). .14031.$$7.- e to get into the fields community Is guaranteed
2E-b.!12.03. PPreever' the meeting with a spray program and rains the Florida Academy of Family/ Physicians as a medical coverage for two
(8-8 1Mra)'18.81.$85.- Pat Glover. Schools Get have reduced the effectiveness InsurancePeople public service in cooperation with/, thin newspaper. years. Thus, .If a doctor decides -
24 $1.134.03. Council members present were of the sprays of those who Approved by the Florida Medical Association not to remain, he wouldbe
& A.C. Dennlson Grace Reel, replaced to maintain a
-7 06-18 years), $22.40. FebruaryMFP could
spray. who 65 andhaven't
$89.60. $1.491.90.PSG and George Davis. City; Clerk Interested tobacco growers are minimum of at least two on
J. E. Tomllnson land PSG. Lillian Ingenlath and Mayor to attend the Flue-. already signed up the hospital staff.
Moneys should plan O.What shevld. a do for.
Joe Warren said that several Arthur! Bruno, were also pre Cured Tobacco Stabilization for the medical insurance threat? The coinrl'" >lon also received -
former Guardsmen bad recently sent. Corporation Meeting in Live part of Medicare may enroll sore Does vitamin E help heart
enlisted. The two NCO's, Approximately 10 townspeople Bradford schools received Oak next Tuesday, February now through March 31 trouble, arthritis, "that tired ward that Dr. R. W.
should be
who are also the unit recruit- were present at the $199,001 of Mlniumu Foundation 22. The meeting will begin at at any social security office. Simple measures feelln,"? Healey, a Dade.County physician -
era. gave several reasons for meetinr. Fire Chief Fred Phillips Program funds plus $5,752 in 2 p.m. at the Elks Club. Call tried first, such as aspirin, who suffered a heart at-
former service' personnel enlisting gave the report on the last attendance recalculation fundsIn me for more information about The medical part of Medicare fluids, gargles, cough drops, A. There is no scientific tack after agreeing to come
such asi fire meeting. Marshall Faith Its February allocation, the the meeting or activities and helps pay the doctor etc. Each of these will help to. evidence of benefits to these here, will begin a local practice
Additional pay increases allowances Vaughn was also present but state comptroller's office reported benefits of this cooperative bills for people 65 and over. some degree. When symptoms conditions from Vitamin E. starting next Monday.
for dependents (wife Joined the group later In the this week. Stabilization Corporation.Since "Almost everyone 65 and persist or become
and children) while on active evening. The Attorney Elate Baker County; received $119- tobacco continues to over Is eligible," accordingto worse, consult your doctor.Q. .
duty; recreational faculties at Sanders was present to adviseon 805 in MFP funds plus $10.264 be an important money crop
Camp Blandlng retirement otter legal matters. in recalculation funds In Its for us, It is important that a social security spokesman Does Smoking cans .....- i ORIDA
Cake and coffee were served Clay received here. "Most people who Complete
allocation. child
20 years of service and age February we continue to produce a quality -
60. being a member of a fine both during and after the meet- $443,569 In MFP funds ; product that will sell at didn't sign up in their original -

local military unit. Ing. and a recalculation adjustment home and abroad.A enrollment period can A. Heavy smoking keeps the Pest Control UsT
totaling $91,390. Union received quality; tobacco has to be sign up now," he said. bronchial tubes Irritated and .

I SENIOR CITIZENS- --- $65,045 In MFP funds plus a fertilized and grown properlyand susceptible: to Infection as
: $3,803 adjustment Increased must be free of chemical The medical insurance well as Impairs the ability to Service 'JOHTIOL

: because we are on fixed In- attendance. residues, or at best have program Is the voluntarypart heal. Incidentally, heavy '
The die is cast.. We not are comes. The Imposition of higher The recalculation fund Is designed low residues within the accepted of Medicare. People smoking .Is considered ten or Give Us A Call :
concerned citizens only
seniors but all residents of utility; rates, food and cloth- to live'.cl1ool districts additional tolerances. This means who enroll in it are requiredto ,more cigarette per day.Q. ::
IIK prices cause day to, daymore with Increased attendance that growers should be able to
The finally pay monthly premiumsthat
Bradford County. story according to
hardships for us. To revenue, recognize the pests of tobacco are matched by the Is the old fashioned "hot FI a. Peat
Fred O.(Bud)Dickinson.
; broke In last week' Comptroller and use the proper control
pay these higher costs, some- Federal Government. It toddy" useful la. treating a
Telegraph about the National thing ha. to give and what real methods. This applies' to the supplements coM SALEMixed
Protein Co. construction to be Florida's 67 county; school use of herbicides, wlreworm Medicare hospital
is taken from our
built In Hampton and also a ly gives districts received a total of and nematode control. Insects: insurance, which Is fundedby ,
doc- of Varieties
not counting made of
dally living : A. A hot toddy Juice Bu. 67
slaughter house Is reported to tor's bills and medicines ofwhich $48 million from the minimum fund and and even sucker control.A social security contributions half a lemon, tablespoon of .

be erected In the same area.: moat .of.us are In.d Jfreneed. foundation program' school good rule of thumb for the .honey one ounce of whiskey Gal 634
Through the efforts of the Bradford $2.8 funds million An In additional county; $3.4 use of these materials on tobacco for- by workers, employers mixed .with half a cup of Can. up 5 Bu. 3 .67
tax and other .
and the
County; Senior Citizens We have applied' to the Division distributed to 51 self-employed scalding hot water, consumed .
that matter is to use the right
Clubs I called- a number of of Family' Services and counties from the state foundation material In the right amount and helps pay the hospital as hot .as possible, upon .
important people Involved In Rehabilitation, Jacksonville program's recalculation at the right time in the right bills of people 65 and over. retiring is soothing relaxingand I lb. DConUVBIWX 40 POUNDS
North Fla. Environmental Com. for assistance In getting necessary is >an excellent expectorant -
fund. In other words, follow .
Also local political leaders and and much needed trans MFP allocations- are deter- way.the directions on the label. "You ,have .7 months to ,s It will also warm ..tM"MeaI.Pellets (
Tra of tile portationestablished In oaf attendance ,. ., sign up..fojithe; medical insurance heart" .
Jack *" Bracltord..J; 'mlned Public Health."Jack n80"to".; i Count!;% We1 await results h'thog figures from the preceding ?a., number of fruit trees like part of Medicarethe A' ... ,.
only person who admitted knowing -** td proceed with this task. school year as reported plums peaches and pears arebeginning first time" the spokesman ; ; .d .rUl.'
anything about this project. The Food Stamp has finally by Individual schools. to break with some said. "You can sign up 1.851.47 "1
that a $50,000 been brought Into Bradford MFP i ,.tu artesti. Merv g.
It Is alledged Funds from the state bloom showing. during the 8 months beforeyou're -
bond will be posted to insure County.; This was one of the alloted for instructional MEN WANTEDCATTLE .
are We are already getting calla 65, during the month I
.that production will be clean Senior Citizens Club'sdemands salaries, transportation, other about a spray program for plum) you reach 65, or during the COMPLETE LINE OF. f"D' .
in the 16 point '
That Is good put forward educational Im-
and sanitary. and
expenses curcuilo or the pest that causes 3 months after you're 65.
but question remains If program presented at the first Grades K-12 in .
provements. peaches and plums.
wormy But if wish to have the AND
cost the pre-Whlte House Conference this basic you F. R. M.
It Is not, it may every county; share In Malamlon Is the chemical recommended -
County; $500,000 or more to Aging in Bradford County.; Sept. foundation appropriation,as for this pest and protection beginning with LIVESTOCKBUYERS

clean .up the pollution not 1970. well as the county; school tax. will do a good Job on door- the month you're 65, you
counting the possible disease Club News: A resolution was yard fruit If used properly.We must apply during the 3-
and sickness. It may spread.It read discussed and passed by have a number of bulletins month period before you're Wo want mn'! In this a,... C
anda membership to be sent to Train to buy cattto, ah p Z.29
took 4 of litigation our Reg.
years on the care of dooryard .
measley $2,500 fine to close oovernor Askew Senator Bob My Neighbors hog*
down the plant which polluted Saunters, and Rep. Gene Shawto 65.Think Wo will train qualified man FEEDS
Black Creek and Doctor's In appoint the present Chief re. 1 Time Now Tc] About with sane livestock experience. NOW 1.77
firm the Bureau on AgIng. Oliver For local Interview,
let. The same
who guaranteed no pollution In Jernigan to the Governor's Little Planting SumWinter ner Annuals writ ground.today Include with your your back-full FLORIDA PEST CONTROL'S
BlackCreek Cabinet to coordinate aU
Doctor's Inlet and addren and phone number.
are designing the one in Hamp of the Federal and State recommendations -
ton. These beautiful recreation emitting from annuals will soon be igolds are the most tolerantof CATTLE BUYERS, INC GARDEN CENTER
and fishing areas may never be the White House Conferenceon waning into lost memories, according hot'summer days. New varieties I 4420 MaeJmKama

recovered. Do we want the a Statewide ba.... ...... to Florida Nurserymen and new colon can completely City. .... ...111 PHONE 964-5745:
539 -
same conditions to happen In At our Hearts and Flowers < and Growers Association Theyhave reform the appearance' )
Bradford County? We are not Valentine Party Feb. 8, Peg :. served their purpose to of your outdoor living area.
against progress Industry or and Walter Rlcharson found the brighten your days and now Dwarf marigolds are quite suitable -
useful employment of people gold and silver hearts during Is time to consider planting for using as a ground
which would bring perhaps a the heart hunt, and were officially T. summer annals.Hot cover. The tall,. bright yellow
substantial payroll into proclaimed King and fwae weather in the summer standards make an excellent
our County; but we must also Queen of Hearts by entertainment months prevents the gardener background against a fence or
conlder the hazards by doing Chairmen. Bill and Ha- "Ah, thank for appearing from using many normal annuals hedge. The wishbone flower Is Do you really want
so. zel Richards for 1972. Wed- -I'm going to have to but here are a few that c.rtaIn17ldea11y suited forsha-
Southern BeU Telephone Co. ding anniversaries' celebratedwere have your help in figuring you should plan on using. Mar- dy ....... In.Act, they must
has been awarded a 75C Increase Alex and Emma Morton, out this. new regulation. ." your brother-in-law to
I on the rates on a four Karl and Ada Hoist. Many happy I>
party .line. Florida Power & returns of the day. Visitors -
Light Co. has also tried to from our Hampton Club were CORRECTIONIn know how much
Impose a 38% Increase In electric Mrs. Evelyn Vaughn and Miss an error in the February 301 DRIVEIN
rates on the power supplied Belle Brown. A lovely Valen- 10 issue, the Telegraph published
to the Rural Electric Co- tine heart-shaped cake was the name of BUS senior
ops. Both of these Increasesare baked by Mrs. Vaughn. Another Jimmy .Andrew. as Bradford Show Begins At Sundown you earned last year ?
in direct violation of President cake was supplied' by Alex High School's nominees for the
Nixon's Phase 1 and and Emma Morton and Ice Outstanding Teenager of A.

Phase 2 of the Price WILlIeFree'18 cream donated by Karl and merica Contest for 1972. Fri., Sat. February 1B, 19 Of course not. It's nobody's business Furthermore, if your return is
We had happy
Mandate InauguratedAug. Ada Hoist. a very Instead the nominee Is Jim
meeting and but your own.However audited we will accompany you, at
and enjoyable Bits
Alvarez: 1971 graduate SCIENCE'
15,1971. my Tfi Ihcrietfibfe
will | I annually millions of taxno extra coat to the Internal Reve-
The cost of food is climbing celebrate meeting we and now president of the Florida RUNS ,
steadily especially meat whichIs George Washington's Future Fanner's of America payers bear this kind of per- nue Service and explain how
an Important part of our Birthday Feb. 22, at I pan., organization. ,AMOK4 2 HEADED sonal information to people your return was prepared,

diet. The fallacy of the Presidents Pratt St. Rec. Center. cIr TRANSPLANT who really shouldn't even though we will not
-Joe Kerrigan ,
Wage Price Freeze know. For what? Just act as your legal rep
exclusion of dividends es1.iN&bx
Plan Is the
interests bond rate. -.- coso..olNe' M GA' "' so they can save a y resentative.
and mainly, agricultural pro- .hilt AY..wn Mm.rwl nea.n,a,. few dollars doing t ,, This means that
ducts. It Is well known that their. income tax. H & R Block is
90%of goods produced and consumed FLORIDA THEATRE -PLUS- That'aeomeprice ready to offer you

come: from agricultural Is in sewaatidegleafkhrJ e". fwM III...... ...... to pay J year 'round tax
metal sources, the fuels remainder and chemicals Sbowtime Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 tewtatdhsgg v awry ...... t itrw t Rosa Jh RoarYahR You see, for only service for just one
extracted from the earth.It : "LeftScoretessico a few dollars more low fee a year with
Is very well Known that the SHOWING than it costs to do it no extra charge for
mall farmers don't get enough with any amateur who audits and estimates.

Income: from tneir labors, not but FRIDAY AT 7:30: H' might not know that Yes, we cost a little bit
middle who does ]b
the men
work clothes in some in- more than your relatives
produce reaps the harvest. We, SATURDAY AT 1:154:307:45: : : yo MM*fefflM.JMt..M|*IDol but
that friends
senior citizen think that our x rn0ste lttm... stances are deductible or or or neighbors
President should retract the SUNDAY AT 3.6.9 srMJoMMacaa Coat [[iiiiJ income averaging might save tax when you think of what we deliver
present Wage Price Freeze rrne.rl nave dollars, you can have your tax return you can't afford anything less than

and start all over again. The WINNER OF 6ACADEMYAWARDSIMETFa0 done by a specially trained member H & R Block.
restriction should be placedon of the H & R Block team with complete -

wages, prices and, stock dlvWents.market -GOITNN.MAYERp eaM. confidentiality There are thouDON'T LET AN AMATEUR DO

interests profiteering, rents agricultural ,AC'mDro'm FRODUCFION ., Mon.-f'lbruar 20,21 sands of them in over 8,000 conveniently HaR BLOCK'S JOB.

produce aDd tile satire gamut was DAVID LEANS FILMOF located ..fns.the 4 R Block's
our American economytf: THE BITTERSWEET NIGHT fees start at $5 average cost H&R Block.TWiaceaM
mean to halt this chronic In- was under $12.60 for the 7 million .

aation.. carrot spiral.bargain We.tans. senior or strte clt-"- DOCTORZIBiYAGO ''b' .-PLUS- families we served last year. tax people.

will not be responsible tor Rated.X 18 yis. up ONE 964:1211 118 N. WALNUT ST.
debts incurred by any person NO APPOINTMENT HECSSARY.
other than myself.Glen, W. I..D.'s Required Adm. 1.25

3/16 3to; 2/23 Fell. 17. 1m T".erapit Pane 7Guardsmen

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School 9:45
MYF ervlcei 6 jun.11 a.m.:, Choir cum.and practice Worship 7 rum., p ? L I Weekly Specials!

Wednesday 6 tun. Prayer .
meeting 7 p.m. _
Church of Cod: Sunday School
10 a.m.Worship.services ajn. his' _
and Wednesday 7:30: pjn.7:30,pjn.Family Night _

Highland Baptist; Sunday
School 9:45: ..me Worship services -
11 a.m. and 6:30: pjn.. .
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7
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The Committee In charge of _
Lawtey Cemetery 1st asking Out Quantity Rights -
all of those Interested In It Re.enredWINN.bt.,1
will help with building a much
needed fence.: They may make STOMS, INC.

donations, or to Earl send Teston to "Law-, secretary co"n10HTIn2 PRICES GOOD TH RS. FEB. 17 THRU WED.. FEB. 23

tey Cemetery Fence Fund"care
of Florida Bank of Stark.
Starke be,-much Fla. Your appreciated.cooperationwill W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

PERSONALS Friends are pleased to know
that Lee R. Green Is at home Chuck Roast
again hospital.after several week In the

Mrs. Sam Denton, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Mazzaferro, and Mr. e
and Mrs. Jack Massaferro of
Boynton Beach visited Rev.and 21c LRR 1
Mrs. Donald Denton and child tlile LB. -_
ren over the weekend.
Reese Parrlsh of Parrlah / 1

and Mrl. H. W" Bennett and .jf.S! Chuck Steak 88C Chuck Roast O l $108
family.Miss Elizabeth Terry spent La, : : S. L,.

Thursday and Friday with Mrs. USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF W-D SIANO CUBEDBeef

C. E. Strickland Gainesville.Mrs. N.Y. Steaks $159 Steakettes I89
Joyce Futch of Brunswick Strip 2 *.
Ga. was Friday supper
guest of Miss Elisabeth Terry: SAVE 20c: SUPERBRAND MILD DAISY STYLE SHANK HALF Oft WHOLE! .

leans.Wayne La.Bennett visited of his New parents Or, Cheddar Cheese 69C Fresh Pork Hams u.68e
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett, LS
over the weekend.
On Sunday Mrs. Joseph Dor-
ko honored Mrs Ernest Wells
with a dinner In celebration of SUPERBRAND GRADE 'A' FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE
her birthday anniversary., Others -
of the family enjoying,
the pleasant occasion were
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Terrell and LARGE EGGS DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
Kenny of Gainesville, and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Green Donna
and Art of Lawtey.
Mr. and Mrs Phil Eunice THRIFTY MAIDApple
of Graham and Mrs. T. L. QUART
Barry and Julie of Jackson Juice .3 CANS SSe
ville were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Eunice and family DEEP SOUTH +I ? f

Mr.during and the Mrs.weekend.Joey Dobbs Peanut- Buffer ":;.* B9C "
and Burnle Dobbs of Jacksonville :
were vtslttng Mr. and WMAIIAND'r
Mrs A. D. Dobbs on Sunday.Mr. I-L', : .
and Mrs. Hubert Cnoy- Margarine I . .3 "KOS. $100 E
.)iackl of Orange Park were DOZEN
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. CRACKIN OOOO lOX
and Mrs. R. E. Lee and John. /
Mrs Ernest Raulerson attended Cookies I . e 3 -T: $100
the family dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fares CRACKIN' 0000Toaster

Raulerson.was the The return special of their occasion son- Pastries 3 Er: : $157V4M. SAVE! 7e DOWNY 'ASRe, : IOe nfP

Virgil after a year's duty in Softener 68cMacuro'
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest .,. $'! 00 iuNrs
visited her brother and sls- n. I ... LAND.
ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. P. 32. 48c Of SUNSHINE! (QUARTERS)
H. Day, In Cedar Key Sunday THRIFT MAID GREEN Ketchup 10nLl

afternoon. Lima Beans e 6 ES $100 I I BUTTER: 66c

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his find tick.new"out patient.just what"we're makes going you to Pineapple Juice 3 -, $i iDIME OCOMA CHICKEN, BEEF AND TURKEYIwchleer

"That won't be enough" l 0
moaned the patient, "I also S Pk 13 Oa. CatLimit POT PIES
want to know what makes me 9tH -4
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j The Sweetest StraiebtrrUt Thlf SU of Heaven

i I 2nd Place Tie

i i Ii I II BBS Gaines


j H)I v In Florida Star Standings-

Bradford's basketballers earned

{ themselves a three way tie for second

1 4'I Ih rr plaoe In the Florida Star Conferenceover

f f 1 1d' the weekend by defeating the two r

I hi MI second plaoe co-holders, Fernandina

4 I Id Beach and Live Oak.

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Bradford revenged a earlier Live Oak then moved the ball
rn 76-72 defeat In Fernandina down court and shot three times
IA Beach Friday night by rolling before Bernard Brown could
___ over the visiting Pirate '71-83. finally steal the ball away.
t' e Brown then passed off to
Saturday night Bradford Willie Newsome who sunk a
proved the Old adage that."tfe) lay-up as the final buzzer
team that controls the boards sounded.
wins 'the game' does not always Live Oak's Bobby Morgan and
bold true as the Tor- Nelson Perry led the two teamsin d

nadoes slipped, past the host scoring with 16 points each. :_
Live Oak Bulldogs 59-57. Bradford had four players In t ri .1 f 11

Live Oak controlled the double figures with Willie New- I 1,
boards on both ends of the some leading the bunch with 14. I
limiting Curtis White tallied,Bernard
court Saturday night,
Brown 12 and Able Williams
rebounds. ,
Bradford to only 28 v J
contributed 11. tf

w IIL Live Oak's and Fernandlna's
loss and Bradford's two wins In the first quarter Live Oak
gave all three teams a 9-5 Jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead
conference record and a three before the'Tornadoes could
way tie for second place In the catch fire. Willie Newsome then
conference behind Orange Park. ripped off three baskets and
Able Williams and Malachl Henry
LIVE OAK GAME contributed one a piece as
LiiIwi Bradford Cagers ended this the Tornadoes took a 9-4 ad
regular conference play Satur- vantage.
day night by coming from behind -
In the final quarter to edge Bradford held the lead until }
thA.Theodd")' two points with less than a minute remaining. Coach Mlk Sexton gl%.. the host Live Oak Bulldogs the final minutes of the period f -r /
0.* final. instruction In Live Oak. 59-57 In a low scoring defensive when Live Oak scored six
f battle. straight points to rally froma ;
Bradford was down by two 15-10 deficit to take the lead. e h
points going Into the final quar- Live Oak took a 16-15 lead at y.
ter. The Tornadoes then exploded the end of the first quarter as
BHS Cagers for eight points In a two the Bulldogs worked the ball
Young and half minute span while In to 6-7 Bobby Morgan under 11k
holding the 'JJogs scoreless to the basket.

take a 52-44 lead. ,

Live Oak rallied to hold Brad The two teams then' traded d'w
Taking Momentum ford to only foul shots the remainder baskets for the first half of the
of the game but the second period before Bradford
Bulldogs surge fell two points again regained the lead, 2524.
with 4:18: remaining in the half.
short as time ran out.' Bernard Brown sunk the go- The rob)' Tornadoes Avaughn Gold.n finds himself In somewhat of.( a rlckUh tituition. .

-.To"F.lorida Star Go. The Bulldogs had closed to ahead basket after grabbing the .

.. within two points,157-55, with rebound from a missed shot.by stray before Bernard Brown the ball inside.."tr 'to keep, ''coming mid-way through the "
only seven seconds remaining. Malachi Henry. off -balance with our
could steal the ball away and them third period. Fernandlna closedto
The lead then changed hands end the shooting spree. Brown press and force them into hurrying within two points of the Tor-

-- back and fourth until the final passed the ball off to New-"me their shot without" proper nadoes, before Bradford caught

Bradford's oJ. Tornado basket.bailer. nament, though, and think that 12 per game. who sunk a lay-up as the final rebounding position. fire again and opened the lead

will travel to Orange we have a good chance to win BunnellSops buzzer sounded. BHS Score.by 15 quarters 18 ;11 15 59L,0.16 of back the to seven 55-49, by the end
Park tonight (Feb. 17) to take it all. Bradford grabbed only 28 14 16 9-55 quarter.
on the Palatika Braves in the "If we play good ball we can rebounds In the night's contest Bradford Jumped out to a quick
preliminary rounds of the Flo- beat any of the teams, but If For students who wish to as the taller Bulldogs dominated Bradford Williams 4-3-11, 5-0 lead at the beginning of the
rida Star Basketball Tourna- we play a poor game any of attend the game but have no the backboards. White 4-5-13- Newsome 7-0- game before the pirates could
ment being held in Orange Park the teams could beat us. means of transportation, a pep 3- get on the score board. The
Williams 5-2-12, Henry
and Satur- bus from BHS will be takento "They closed us off at both 14, Tornadoes led throughout the
Thursday Friday
"I think that we have had the IndiansKeystone ends of the court," said Coach 3-9. Totals 23-13-59. quarter with Able William's
day.The an exceptinal season this year game.Admission for students Is 75 Mike Sexton. "But I thoughtthat Live Oak Morgan 7-2-16 tremendous performance pav-

Tornadoes will take on considering "how young a ball cents and $L25 for adults. we did a real good Job In Bellinger 4-0-8, Perry 0-4-4.7-2-16 To-, .ing the way.WUlIams .
2-3-7 Loper
club we are. the RIley 12
Falatka South at 7:30 Thursday game. scored straight
night in the preliminaries. Jumped to a quick ; rI "It's the first time we have tals 211355. points for the Tornadoes and 17
Should Bradford win the Tor- 16-12 lead .at the end of the 15 I beat them In Live Oak. In five In the quarter as Bradford tooka
nadoes will face the winner of first quarter, but trailed by FERNANDINA BEACH 22-17 lead at the end of the
the Orange Park Clay High two at the half. In the third of six years. We usually split Standout performances by first quarter. r
game Friday night. It the Tor- period the Bulldogs scored 18 with them with Live Oak sophomores Able Williams and In the second quarter Erwin

nadoes come up against Orange THURS. FRI. SAT. points while giving up only 5 0 winning when they're at home Curtis White helped the Tor- Jones scored two straight bas-
nadoes blow Fernandina
Park In the serai-finals, game to the Indians. past kets and Roland Brlzelle added -
and Bradford when we are at
Beach 71-63 Friday night.
time will be 8 pjn. Should the ORANGE PARK "In the third quarter we Just home" another as the Pirates took
Able Williams the
Tornadoes face Clay High in turned real cold" said Indian Both teams used a press the scorer and was rebounder game'sleading the lead for the first time, 23-
the semi-finals, time will 7:15 '.. 22 minute and half Into the
game Coach Lyndle Kirtley after the majority of the game with BHS with 28 points and 18 rebounds. a a
be 6:30. CLAY HIGHBRADFORD ceaddn't' buy third quarterwe apparently having the better White collected 13 points for the quarter. After trading baskets
The conference champion Orange a basket." luck with it. Tornadoes while nabbing 16 re Bradford took the lead for the
Park Raiders are favoredto The Indians leading scorer, "Our press does what we bounds. final time as Bernard Williams
win the tournament, while HI 6:30 Bobby Burner, had his coldest want it to," said Sexton. "We and Able Williams each sunk
their first opponent, Clay High night of the season, not scoring don't try to steal the ball but Williams scored 25 points In two baskets a piece while the
is In the conference cellar. 7:30PALATKA anoint! ,!. try to force the other team Into the first half in pacing the Tor- Tornadoes held Fernandina
Should the Tornadoes adVance S. turnovers, floor violations, and nadoes to a 44-36 halftime scoreless. This gave Bradforda
to the finals of the Tour- After a cold first quart," into hurrying themselves.With advantage. The Pirates challenged six point advantage, 3125.
nament, game time would be Bunnell rallied in the second our small height we can't leta Bradford's lead only In the final minute of the half.
8 p.m. Saturday night. 8:00 half to scalp the visiting Keystone team get set up and work once In the second half with it Curtis White scored five
LIVE OAK Indians 65-39 In a non- straight points for the Torna-
Bradford holds a three way conference duel Tuesday night. does as BHS took a commanding -
tie for second place In the 4:00: Bunnell rallied to score 39 Bradford's full court 41-36 halftime advantage.
conference standings after win points in the second half while press force Live Oak Cross
ning their last four conference ST. AUGUSTINE holding the Indians to only 15 Into this bad pose which City Dumps Early In the fourth period
games. The Tornadoes are tied for the easy win. flew out of bounds Bradford stretched: It'. leadto
with Live Oak and FernandIna paced the Indians 11, before Erwin Jones
Lewis Perry
Beach for the second place FERNANDINA 8:00 with 20 points and shared Favored Union In exploded for six straight pointsas

position. Both of the coholders the game's scoring honors with minute of the half when Brad- the Pirates closed back to
will be playing in the hob 5:45BOLLES Bulldog George Warren who ford exploded for six straight within five, 60-55.
tom bracket of the tourney. also tallied 20 points. points to take a 33-30 half time For the remainder of the
Teammate James Dudley con- advantage. Suwannee TourneyCross game Bradford scored only
The Tornadoes will be one tributed 16 points for the win- one basket from the floor but
:'of the few teams carrying momentum added nine from the charity;
In the third period. Live Oak
into the tournament. ners. to coast the visitors
line past
real cold
"Both teams were came out to score six straight
:In the second half of the sea The Tornadoes will start one said. "The real differ take the City revenged two ear- said, "and I feel like we can 71-63.
son, the Tornadoes have won senior, two Juniors, and two Table Tennis KIrtley ence In the game was in re- LivethOak maintained the6lead Her season losses Friday night win everytime we play."We've Jones paced the Pirates with
eight of their last 10 games sophomores. The sixth, seventh boundilV. throughout the quarter. Able by dumping the 20th ranked 19 points on 7 field goals and
and seven of their last eight and eighth man on team SetA "They outrebolUlded us 4.11"The Williams sunk an 8-foot Jumper Lake Butler Tigers 72-67 In Improved a great"deal he five free throws. Brlzelle
games. are all Juniors."We've Tourney loss dropped Keystone In the final seconds of the the semi-final round of the since the season added 14 for the losers on seven -
"and folks ate
the added now
The one loss came goals and three charity
6-17 for the season, while the period as the Tornadoes Suwannee Conference Basket- ;
of the Raiders in dou- had good depth on 'starting to realize we're a lot
hands shota.
table tennis tournament for win upped Bunnell's mark to closed .to within two 4644. ball Tournament Wililaton.
ble overtime here at BHS. our team thl, year," SextonalcL all residents of Bradford County better than our record shows Bernard Williams added 17
When the Tornadoes come 'contrlbuted greatly ; and Klngaley Lake Is set 15-5. In the fourth quarter, Brad- Lake Butler had already beat (9-8))." points for the Tornadoes and
up against Palatka South Thurs to our success. It makes a by the Starke Parka & Recreation Keystone will face Bunnell ford rallied to score eight! the Bears twice this season Collins ended with 24 points Henry 11 on one field goal and
night they will be facing again February 24 In the!; first "But knew up free throws."I .
day team that much stronger when Department. straight points to take a 52- we they were a for the night, but had to take backseat seven
.-a lot tougher team than in two they have a good bench they It will be the first such 'ac round of the District Tourna- 16 lead. Nelson Perry then real good team," said Lake honors to Lake Butler'sDale
:earlier meetings. In the first ment being held In Hastings. Butler's coach Jimmy Thomas did real good
can turn to. tivity; the Recreation Depart- sunk two stralffht lav-uos for Green who scored 28 though we a
meeting of t the two teams,Brad- ment has sponsored, accord- Friday night the Indians will the 'Dogs aa Live Oak closedto after the Bears had gained revenge. points. Teammate Ronnie Mack Job," Sexton said. "I was real
ford won handily 8562. Saturday night's win over Live ing to Director: Gene Rayburn. take on Mayo in a conference within two, 52-50 at the four Thomas's Tigers, the scored 22 more for'the losers impressed with our play over
Oak marked the end of regular match. tournament's top-seeded: outfit We had four scorers -
Palatka however, was play- The tourney will be open tomen minute mark. while Dennis Lord contributed the weekend.
season play for the Tornadoes. boys girls women, and The two teams than traded dropped to 15-6 with the loss. In double figures both
,ing without the services of two.tarter. 20; John Williams 12 and Norm
Brown endedup Score Quarters:
Senior Bernard by
beginning with age 10. Participants foul shots for the remainder of ni hta.
.. Bradford traveled to the leading scorer for the will compete In the following the game as neither team could Cross City Jumped out to Pughsley 10 for Cross City. ,When you get a real balanced
'Falatka South last week In the Tornadoes this season aver- age divisions and classifications. Keystone 18 8 5 10 39 score a goal from the floor. leads of six and seven point attack like that It's bard
:second meeting of the teams aging IS points per game.Team- .! Bunnell 12 14 18 21 85 Toney Loper sunk two con- during the first half, but early Cross for the defense to stop.'*
City Pughsley
rand: barely escaped defeat win- mate Able Williams Is close Boys and men Pee Wee Division Emanuel sective free throws with 20 into the third period was tied Williams 3-6-11.; Collins 5-0-101 11-2: Score by quarters:
Inov.rUme.btth1g.cccod53game behind 14 while Willie 10-12 BunnellKing 1-0-2, 36 all. The lead then changed Bradford 22 22 1213-71
averaging ages ; Youth ages second remaining In the game 24 Lord 5-10-20 Flowers 2-2- -
3- ,
: Palatka was still 2-0-4, Warren 9-2-20. Spatts hands four times before the 19 1314-63
Newsome Is averaging II. 13-15 Junior, ages 16-18. and 306 aa Live Oak closed to within 6. Totals 26-29-72. Fernandlna 17
'without the services of one Newsome is hitting a tremendous Senior, age 19 and over. The 1-7, Dudley 8-0-16 Stewart, Jenkins 3-0-- two with time running out. Bear's WUile Collins took
starter. 51 per cent of his shots women and girls tourney will Hill 1-0-2. control. Lake Butler Mack 10-2- Bradford Williams 10-8-28.
Thursday right when the Tor- the floor, while bothwlliiamfes be divided into the same age 6, butler 102. Totals 30-5-% The Tornadoes then misseda 22, Dukes 0-1-1, Perry 1-4-6. White 6-1-13, Newsome 1-0-2,
nadoes take on the Braves, Pa from are averaging a 41 groups.Registration. 65. foul shot and the Bulldogs Collins 6-2, 212 pounder Hudson 4-1-9, Green 13-2-23, Williams 6-5-17, Henry 2-7-11.
.latka will be a full strengthfor per cent mark from the field for the tournament gained possession of the ball used muscle and finished Inside Weeks 0.1-. Totals 28-11-67. Totals 25-21-71.
the first' time since the Monday Feb. KHS- Perry 8-4-20 Gray- with seven seconds remain- Fernandina Hubbard 3-0-6.
Since Curtis White has become opens 21. IOBran to shove the Bears ahead to -
beginning of the season. Deadline for is son 0-2-2, Lelno ing. Erwtn Jones 7-5-19, Surlano
a starter, he has been entry Monday 1-0-2, stay 66-58, with 2:13 remaining Score by
March 6.Entry non 3-1-7, Henderson Live Oak then rapidly moved quarters: Baker 4-1-9,Fo.ter3-2-
in the 1-0-2
close ,
Palatka South will be stronger averaging to ten points 1-0-2 game."I Lake Butler13 17181967Cross
Henderson ,,
than ever before," per earn*. fee for the Senior Division non 3-1-7 the ball down court but could 8. Rlcho 1-0-2, Brli lle 7-3-
this time Totals 3- City -17 IllS 23 72
admitted Coach Mike Sexton. Able Williams Is leading the will be $2, and for all Turknett 306. not put the ball through the bu- feel like lean score every 17. Totals 26-11-63.
0-6. ket as three shots went time I set the ball," Collins
tour- other divisions 25 cents. a
"Pm looking for a good team in rebounding, averaging Page *
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Win ? ) 4 + r

Rebounding from three losses .In Sem-b-Finals
in their last four starts Lake :u

their Butler's ground basketballers firmly Monday stood ;2J

night and thrashed visiting In- Keystone basketballers. advanced dominates the boards and is MaranathaDonn 11-6-18, :
terlachen 75-71. r\ to die semi-final round allowed to run Its fast break. Cove 0-1-1, Hardage 7-3-17. _
"We did a pretty; good Job of the Suwannee River Confer- Perry paced the Indians with Shealy 1-0-2, Stovall 306.Totals N r
In the first half," Union High 1 ence tournament by upending; 15 points. Teammate. Bobby 221054.KH v'r
Coach Jimmy Thomas admitted Marenatha 67-54 only to be Hurner added 14 and Larry
after the game. "I am not very toppled by Bronson. 9054. Turknett 10 for the losers.STATISTICS 16 16 616.54
pleased with our second half Bronson 22 21 29 18-90
performance.Lake Keystone couldn't miss shot
Butler's first half out- In the last three minutes of Keystone- Hurner 5-4-14, / F t+i
put proved to be enough. It t Its game against Jacksonville KH12 13 18 24 67 Crayson 2-3-7.?' Lelno 1-3-5, ,
meant an eight point lead anda and the Indians Perry 5-5-15, Henderson 1-1-3,
cushion for clear sailing 1 I pulled away with a 87-59 win. Mar. 16 12 15 12 64 Turknett 4-2-10. Totals 18-18-
through the second half on the Maranatha held a 52-51 edge '4.
way to win number IS In 22 with 3:33 remaining when the Keystone- Burner 5-4-14, Bronson- Barnes 14-3-31
Indiana got hot. Then, Louis ,
starts. Grayson 2-3-7L Lelno> 1-3-5, Taylor 5-5-15, Mayo 1-0-2,
and Todd
Bennie Hudson led the win- : Perry Brannon hit Perry 7-2-16, Brannon 4-0-8, 1
ners with 28 points. Ronnie tow quick baskets each as Keystone Henderson 1-0-2 Turknett :5- Johnson 6-2-14, Greene 10- 1J
Mack had 15 Dale Green 10 didn't miss another shot 8-261 Barber 1-0-2. Totals 37-
0-10. Totals 18-11-67.
until the final buzzer. 16-90.
and first game starter Fred When the J
smoke cleared
Slrmons tallied eight and the Indians helda
shot 15 rebounds as well. 13 point advantage. J

Lake Butler travels to Cross Keystone, 8-14 In regular season -
City; Friday night for a conference -I play, owns two wins over Baby TornadoesEnd basketball? i iBradford's
game with the Bears. the Jacksonville team In regular -. Isthls wrestling or
Cross Clty; ousted the top- T\\ Play. Bernard Brown finds himself In some what I
seeded Tigers from the Suwan- Keystone Height's forward Season Pirate Sold j
416Bradford's unusual position Friday night as a I
nee Conference Tournament Bobby Hurner led (the Indians of an J
last Friday night and the Tigers J" with 17 points. Teammate Louie him In a head lock. I
will be seeking revenge Perry added 16 for the wIn-'
for the loss. Bernard Brown steals a Pirate pass and adds a quick

two. points with this lay-up. ners. JV basketballers LIVE OAK GAME the half 3114. the gap to 2L
Score by quarters: Mark Donn paced Maranatha were handed two losses over In the third quarter LO outscored In the last three minutes of
Interlachen 14 19 13 25 71 with 28 points on 11 field goals the weekend to end the season Avaughn\ Golden scored one BHS 20-13 to give LOa the game BUS got six shots
Lake Butler 221618.75 and six charity; shots. 4-16 as they lost to Fernan- basket with 7:29 remaining in greater advantage of 51-27, from the charity; line. They I
Friday night In Bronson, dina Beach 59-54 Friday night the first period for BUS but a 24 point gap. were the last points scored
Nehvs And Activities From ranked 17th In the state,romped and Live Oak 65-44: Saturday only to be followed by six BUS outscored LO 17-14 In in the game to end It 65-44. ,,
over Keystone 90-54 In
Lake Butler Hudson 11-6- the night straight baskets for Live Oak. the last (quarter but only closed LO.
28, Mack 6-3-15, Green 5-0- semi-final rounds.Keystone At the end of the first
10, Perry 2-0-4. Stewart 1-0-2. THE RECREATION CENTERBADMINTON managed to stay FERNANDINA GAME ter BHS had fallen behind quar-21- ..... w.<::ta3NC
Sirmons 2-4-8. Campbell 0- close to Bronson In the first Fernandina' Pirates edgedby 5, a 16 point disadvantage. In
1-1, Weeks 3-1-7. Totals 30- half and was down by only U the Baby Tornadoes 59- the second period BUS went FIRST ANNUAL
15-75. points going Into the third quar- 54 to give BUS its first loss behind one more point to end
Interlachen Cumbo 7-5-19, ter. The Indians then had another for the weekend. BRADFORD COUNTY TABLE TENNIS,
White 1-2-4, Debasse 7-5-19. of their typical; cold third
Carln 6-3-15 Markhum 4-1-9. quarters and the Eagles out- With 3:32 remaining in the Scores by quarters: CHAMPIONSHIP
McGruder 2-1-5. Totals 27-17- FOR GIRLS Monday, February 28, and will scored them 29-6 and coasted first period FB had already
71. be held each afternoon Mon on from there. gained a five point 10-3 lead BHS 5 9 13 17 -,. 44
The Recreation Department day-Friday 3:30.5:30: p.m. over the Tornadoes. Then FB LO 21 10 20 1465 ENTRY BLANK
will offer Badmlnto Lessonsand "We played rotten in the first came alive to score 12 straight
a tournament for girls only half," Bronson coach Jim Vickers points I to give the Baby Pirates BHS. Blalock 1-0-2 Golden''
Back to School by Bite age 10 through blgh school. MEN'S SOFTBALL said after the game. "We a 22-7 advantage over- 3-1-7. Sewell 0, Hayes 0- -------_____________________-_

According to( the magazine Lessons will be given each Thore will be an organizational In are streaks.the kind We of team that runs BHS at the end of the first 1-1, Hodge 1-7-9, Martin 1-0- ADDRESS---_______. _________-________,
usually get a quarter. 2, Jones 5-3-13.: Totals 14-16- t
World afternoon beginning February .
U S. News & Report of the Men's
meeting good first and thrill quarters DATE OF BIRTH ___________
some 51 million young 28. andwlll continue until March Recreation Softball League, In each game." In the second period BAS 44.LO ------------
Americans will be heading 8 at which time\ the tournament Monday, Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m., at got warmed up to outscore FB Smith 3-1-7, Randolph CHECK MALE
back to the nation's primaryand is scheduled to begin. the Recreation Department. Bronson, a team that has 21-16 as Avaughn Golden scored 2-1-5, Cook 8-1-17, Mijoon 11- ----
secondary( schools scored over 100 points seven eight points. With 4:03 left In 1-23. Warren 3-2-8 Sullivan
For tourney play, the girls The league is open to Bradford -
shortly( after Labor Day. In will be put Into divisions according County; only, 16 years old times this year and Is aver- the half BHS had shortened the 1-1-3:;, Cherry 102. Totals 29- Return with entry f.. to Recreation Dept.
the year of the biggest to the following age and older. aging over 90 per game could gap to six points, 30-24. But 7-65. Deadline. March 6
bicycle boom In history, the groups: 10-11-12, 13,14.15: and All teams who plan to entera have reached the 100 point total Henry Olds and Sammy Hamilton Then'Don I
Bicycle Institute of America 16 and over. team this year should have had not numerous turnovers hit for two baskets each Sewell rung a basket Entry Fee Senior Division $2.00
says that Increasing num- someone present. Policies and given the ball up. Time and tor FB compared to a basket and was followed by another I Other ..25Sfiftflftfiftftftflflftffi
bers of them will be going BANTAM 3ASEBALL procedures will be discussed. time again, length of the court each from Golden and Jones three basket for Lo to push .
back to( school by bike The passes went outofbounds.The to end the first half 3828. the Bulldogs ahead 19-4 with
Institute says that more Registration for the Bantam WOMEN'S SOFTBALL situation Friday rugiu In the third quarter BUS 1:56: remaining.
than 8 million bikes will be Baseball League for bOy., ages There will be an organizational : was the same as in an earlier came out of their locker rooms ---- --
bought before year's end, 10, 11, and 12, Is now under way meeting of the Women's meeting between the two hitting for four straight bas
with some 75% of them goingto at the Recreation Departmentor Recreation Softball League teams. Bronson got hot In the kets. Eddie Blalock hit two LET GATE CITY SHOW YOU
youngsters in the 5-15 the Pratt Street Center.A Monday, March 13. third period. while, the Indians. of them.
age group. boy must be..atleast 10 Teams' planning to enter a went cold. *
Not( only Is cycling' to" .'years old before..May 1, and I :team.should have a represen-' < Leon Barnes:"paced i tftVfca-: : third With 3:05 remaining BUS in the ,-.tt
cannot be 13 old before tative at this meeting as some quarter had closed
school( healthy, economicaland years gles with 31 points, all of Ms the to six
fun-to say nothing of May 1. The old qualifying date important changes have been field goals coming on short 3642.gap But FB outscored points again BUS
traditional-to the singularly: was August 1, but has been made for ths year. One of inside shots. In all. 15 of the
by two points in the remainder
idealistic young: American, changed to coincide with the these changes being the minimum 20 baskets the Eagles hit In -
of the
period to end it
It makes a positive con- playing season.Practice age llmli which will dropto the second half were lay-ups, 46-38 FB.
tribution to the environment. sessions will start 14 years old. a trademark of a team that
In the last period BUS kept
It close but the Pirates did
not give them the points they

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Score by quarters:

BHS 7 21 10 16 54

FB 22 16 8. 13 59 ,,, ;

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compete in the District Tournament with 10w t un..III.n.
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Bunnell. This Is Starke's. 3 Years SLUMBERNUMBER .
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take on Bunnell in the second
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Thursday, the tourney
will resume play Saturday morning -
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night winners meeting at 9:30 l "1

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As requIred 1 .under Florida NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ford County; Court House at. In The Circuit Court of Florida Dated this 28th day of January NOTICE OF BIDS

Statut0hapter 198-193G all Notice U hereby given that which time all persona interested Judicial Circuit A. D. 1972. I
Eighth I tt
ReUgt0U8. Literary Charles I. P. D. Reddish as Sheriff shall be heard for or In Gilbert S. Brown Sealed bids will be receivedup
For Bradford County.
table fcrofltorganlzattoiu ; to and not later than 11:00A. I Invites You
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MUST make app!!- under and by virtue of Writof In the Zoning Code of Court M. February 18, 1972 In the

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Re The Marriage -
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each person of. authority; In Claims CourtofBradfordCoun- Bradford County sale of Pine Pulpwood harvested compare la hornet telling for$6645.
Fagan Anderson
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these organization Florida to a Final Barry; Blair Campbell, Husband by prison forces. Bid forms
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the property of the above against you ynu are the fictitious
of is for dissolution of marriage.You debts Incurred by any person name of We include/ metal "frame steps, sewer and water (lines.
named defendant and that on required to serve a copy Bradford County Abstract Com-
are required to file youranswer other than myself or with my ; block will lm e blocks, setup, and delivered. up to 200
Monday the 13th day of March your written defenses if pany under which we are engaged t md., t
OWNER 1972 at twelve o'clock Noon: to It on SAW AND KOrPELOUSOS ; or other pleadings to permission.Clyde Horsey. In business at 858 N.
the Petition with the Clerk of 2/10 2* 2/17
on said day on the premisesof Attorneys for Plaintiff McMahon Street, Starke Flo Gainesville.
the Bradford County; Jail whose address Is 142 West Call said Court and to serve a copy rlda. Mu j
thereof Petitioner of PeeUUoner's I DISCOUNT t
AND I will offer for sale and sell Street P. O. Box 1086 starke upon J. R. Kelly Thelma A. DIn- '- ._ '
to the highest bidder for cash Florida 32091 am. file the original attorneys, whose NOTICEI kins d/b/a Bradford County; Ab- M.k I

In hand the above described with the Clerk of the names and address appear below will not be responsible for stract Co. Dated this 8th day s--r MOBILE HOMES"
OPERATOR[ not later than March 7 .
property; of said defendant to above-styled; Court onor before) i97L. any debts other than my own. of February A. D. 1972 at Starke I A t
March 6 otherwise Herein, fall not, or a law Dew Payments lew M.nthly
satisfy the aforesaid Execution 1972 a -Claude Louis Milliard. 2tp Bradford County; Florida. Payments
default will be entered against 4I20NW. 13th'44'I Nosh
be entered 37I-I34
Judgment may a- 2/17 2/17 4tchg 3/9
Themost for the relief demanded ;you for your failure to answer -
P. D. Rds galnst you A.-. .J
/ / P. D. Reddish In the Complaint. or plead. s o .it. : _- _- .111E1at. ..-

Sheriff WITNESS my hand and the

Bradford County; seal of said Court on the 4

powerfulNORELCO Florida day of February 1972. e
2/17 4t 3/9 Gilbert S. Brown, tl / t taOU

As Clerk of Said CootSEAL

By: Virginia F, Darby 54y

behind- NOTICE Deputy; Clerk

Miss Dorothy Swanbom has ;
First publication: February 10,
the-earaid made Application to the Bradford .Z i 1r
County; Zoning Board for 1972.

ever made. reclassification of the property; .
2/10 4t 3/2
described below from EA to .
BR-Retall Sales and Service r .

2 Acres out of NW-1/4
In The Circuit Court of The
NE-l/4 Ex R/W Sec 3 Twp L
Judicial Circuit of Florida
Rge. 22 East Being
In and For Bradford County.
tie the 6730. If 208 -
i Ft on East R/W of Hwy
Case #1261
people 301 by 418 Ft East and West, ;
Parcel In Re:The Marriage of George
the Lying South of Resi-
I hear betterit dence. B. Hunnlcutt Husband and Nell

has This change In classification A. Hunnlcutt WifeNOTICE
extremely Is subject to a public hearing OF SUIT

\ high maximum to be held on Tuesday Feb. 29, To: Nell A. Hunnlcutt, 1505

4 amplification.Yetit 1972 at 7:30 PM In the County Brunner Street, Cullman Ala-

alto deliver..coptionol.ound Commission room at the Brad- bama.
ford County: Court House at You Are Hereby Notified that
quality.If believe which time all persons interested an action for divorce has been 1 'a s I
you your filed against and are
you you
shall be heard for or
all it could be come in today -
for a free demonstration of against the proposal, as specified required to serve a copy of
what the 6730 can do. Absolutely In the Zoning Code of you written defenses If any Men's I a pulllu I va'wwvd'I
Dress Shirts
no obligation.' Bradford County.; to It on SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS I 1 Kwik Korer I f ,

Stop In or mail coupon foraddtionallnformalion John Torode Chairman Attorneys for Plaintiff I I I 90% Poly.ft.r 10% Nylon I 1 Slf-odhiiv. vinyl.Eaiy I ..y t 4 150 Ft. Roll Webbing 1
,' //i Fin* pin atrip*!. Short ro I I I
Bradford County; Zoning whose address Is 142 West CaU 1 t to apply Manyattract .
l Pointed collarSixft 1 100 Vectra
tAGIO p II *v i. 1/ ( 1 { Y syaaAN polypropyUnt2'l >
Street Box *** designs.P.r
NAME .................................... 2/17B2tp P. O. 1086 Starke 14 to 17. 1 I a I I in. wid. AtV*. ,-lase E
2/24 Florida 32091 and file the ori Yard.
ADDRESS ...............,............... of the 1 I r >. I I : I I y ,. 1

CITY...................................... abboovestyledthCourte; on or before -

PHONEGAINESVILLE.....................:............. In The Circuit Court Eighth Marcia) 6, 1972 otherwisea
Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn Judgment may be entered a-
HEARINGAID r----' ----- .. -- --
and For Bradford County; galnst you for the relief de- -I
CIVIL ACTION manded the Complaint.

CO. Case No. 1253 WITNESS my hand and the i J Plastic

'2639 N.W. 13th St. Joseph Edward Wilson, Plaln- seal of said Court on the 3 day LF f ''I ..
In Sunshine. Alice Faye ',.Wilson :of february 1972.h' % .' I ,. Mens' DressPants.l ,1 1 ', r! ; Assortment ,i
Center 'tiffvs
Shopping ,,pefeidant, Gilberts.: Brown, Superbly tailored by the Nation' 1 I Eagle Motor II I 1 A. 3 Piece bowl ,NS. WosAtiB. 1
N.x' To Woolco ,
I F 14 Ouorl buckets was 76f
I I 1
NOTICE OF SUIT- As Clerk of Said Court 11 Maker Choose from o wideelection l 1 1
1 1 Mad. from 100% virgin C. 20 Ql. Waste ho k.h.Wa.1Ce
376.0095 or 378-1943 ( of tolidi, stripes, and ( 1 1 I +
By Betty Edwards melee Multi-viscosity, .
i NO PROPERTYTo : '+ fancy designs. Sliet 30 to 42. D. 22 Ct. Watte boskets WatS* I
: Alice Faye Wilson Deputy; Clerk I i 1 high'dotergent od.I 1 Quart I I r E. Vegetable bint. Wat S7)Mous

I Il rec :,4t..i.tMt.'NO.: You are hereby,notified that First Publication: February 10, I 1 1 C. J
-.I 1972 MpKEa 1 1 I :. 1 I q,
an action for DIVORCE has been \/ '
1 I
filed against you Alice Faye 2/10 4t 3/2 ,3t' 1 1i ....

Wilson and you are required to SEALIn

serve a cOPY of your written
JacksonvilleBusiness defenses If 'any to It, on the -- -

plaintiffs attorney whose name The Court of the County; I I ".
and address Is George H. Judge Bradford County: Florida I ----fJ' .
i i i
Pierce P. O. Drawer 1030 Men's Cotton O p Decorator Waoden Bar

Starke Florida and file the IN PROBATEIn Pocket T-Shirts 1 :' Id D Kitchen Clocks : :
original with the clerk of the re: Estate of Furmon Wilson 1 I 1 I I Smooth natural quality" 1
knit. Manufactured' by Sparrut.S hardwood. Durabl confraction.
100'1 Combed
above styled; court on or before Deceased.To Full Cut ,for tenon comfortable' I I .lfitorrmg EUetrtc.Whit I I Suitable' ,for I
21st day of February 1972 All Creditors and Per- I it. A..',. colors. I I \ Black Avocado I I I ,..,y, room In the :
Directory otherwise a Judgement may be sons having Claims or Demands : I

entered against you for the relief Against Said Estate: ''l Sra'M I hOElJU' _
demanded In the complaintor You and each of you are v :g> I I .
petition. hereby notified and required 1 I I I I .'

Auto Sales and Service Witness my hand and the seal to present any claims or demands ------- --- ---------- :

of said Court on January 20, which ;you, or either r- -- -- -' I-- -

of you, may have against the S
Parrish Motor 1972.Gilbert
S. BrownAs estate of Furmon Wilson .deceased I Boys' Striped Vinyl luggage Sets 8'S.
Clerk of Said Court' late of said County; I .r/ :

PALES By: Beulah M. Moody to the County; Judge of Brad- 1 Flare Jeans I BLACK a BROWN i :

SERVICE As Deputy; Clerk ford County.; Florida at his I 20": wo 4S Now 6.96 I 1
PARTS VOLVO (Court Seal) office In the court house of 1 J' 100t Preshrunk striped cotton. I 22'' we.QCQNow 7 96 I 1 Keep car window.-, Ire. "from I
Two front flappockets, 10..10.1' : your I
1/27 .4t 2/17 said County; at Starke, Florida, 1 loop. Reinforced, for' longer I WIG,. 1 24"' woo M-9S 1s Now 296 8 96Men's I 1 eu9 QOn1... bugs and oed ,ro.... Belter v...on I
within six calendar months from Astorted imp. S11 e s 187' 1 ;. meant ,ofer" driving 1 GALLON
AI1..n Coed. yaM Can I :Size I I .. .
the time of the first publication I.
1121 Leon. St.w Pfc. 35- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO of this notice. Each claim .6U1.016.
-HS4 i' )
;;? .
or demand shall be In writing / .. : .... I
Notice Is hereby given that L- I .
ELECTRIC and shall state the place of ------- --- ------ L- -- --- ----- -- ---- ---- --- ------- ----
MOTORS the undersigned! under the provision
residence and office address
post -- -- -- --- 1
of 20.953 Laws of Florida of the claimant, and shall r i ;
PEAVY Brother Acts of 1941. will regis- be sworn to by the claimant, .I t. ----fl.'
ter with the Clerk of the Cir- his agent or attorney and any 1 4 / / fy ;% YI
Electric Co., cuit Court, In and for Bradford such claim or demand not so

County; Florida upon proof of filed shall be void. I e Leather Work Shoe : I Indoor I Eagle Wild Bird Seed i
of this notice the
Electric Motors publication Michael C. BergenAs 1 I i x', s3 905 ,S.rq.d'I s t With, o long In your heorf, I
Sold Serviced Repaired fictitious name of Dave Paulk executor of the Last J Oil,' resistant ..I... 10%Nylon. I .-,, bring the wild bird le food I .
I 1
Land under
Clearing Tan tuode 'finimh r 1 on this well balance dst
Generators\ Staters. Armature Will and Testament of 1 I (, edge Foam back I
am engaged In business at Cros- Sliet I 7 le 13 1 t 1 1 Who wan bird* to bo quiot!
winding. by Lake P, O. Box 1210.Starke, Furmon Wilson, deceased / 1: v .r : : : :
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 Florida. First publication February 10, '
1972 ---= ,_$ I I JIe .1r
Hazel U. Paulk (sole owner I ., I
4 operator) Crosby Lake P.O. 3/10 4t 3/2 rw I x I1Ft. 1 e r
PIANOS ---------------- -- --- -- ---- -- ------ ---
Box 1210 Starke Bradford
---- -- -- --- -- -
County; Florida.
YAMAHA PIANOS Dated this 1st day of January In County; Judge's Court, In / V. ,

CONN and KIMBAIXORGANS A. D. 1972 at Starke Bradford and For Bradford County; Flo Men's I Ladies' Double ---g' I ladies' Rib Knit .

County.1/27 ;.4t Florida.2/17 rida.In re: Estate of Ralph Pear- t Suede Oxfords i i Flare! Slacks! : I \ \\ ', \\ Pant Tops ':

sail deceased. 11 t00Poly.sr.rInattreCNr., 1 \ 100 Poly.itor, tn tovly colors. ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Hand+omawotan. styleIn basal Elastic. \ yellow. red and blu-t. I
1 1 designs woist I 1 n aqua navy
and known .
NOTICEMr. creditors of the estate 1 deep gold I .7 13' 1 I Sfitehod.create. While.oque, navy -" Crow neck with, 5 button plachet, i
Ralph Bryan Et AI has of Ralph Pearsall deceased 1 Heavy cnp..ela I 1 andhlae Sliee eta16. I i, Patch poc .t, Sistt. S. bl.'L, I II ..

made Application to the Brad are hereby notified and required I .

ford County; Zoning Board for to file any claims or demands BrI.. I .' *\\\\t\ ';'D. .. .
reciasslflcatton of the property which they may have against I--- : ; i. 1 t'j 1 I --,' .. I

; described below from EA said estate In the office of the ________ L_ ___t\__/Y_______ __ ___ _____I
(xcluslve: Ag) to RI-A (Residential county; Judge of Bradford County .
"SWINdER" ------ --- -- --- ---
KIMBALT ). ; Florida In the courthouseat r------- r------ ,
ORGANS Com on W Line of Sec. 24, Starke Florida within six I I I I

i Itovtevtlt Mail-38 4Jlt- 6S. 22E at Point 545.4' Nly calendar months from the date I i t I I Gillette Super I .

> from 13'00"SW E 1992.6'Cor N, N83 83 degrees degrees of notice the first Each publication claim or demand of this I Colgate Tooth Paste I I Dristan Nasal Mist I I =. Stainless Blades i iI :

I FURNITURE 12'00' E 2017'. S 0 degrees \be In I I I I I ra''i.- I.
must and n'
writing must 6.75 Oa, Llrnlt 2 1 1 Fluid Ounc. Paekoq. 0110 I
43'00" W to Sly R/W of St." state the place of residenceand 1 I I
i FURNITURE Rd. 16 for POB, from FOB I e 11 II ., II
post office address of the .. ?
.1' Ely along Sly R/W of St". I\ I D.. I .._-..it.: ...."
Rd #16-18.86 Chains, S 3.03 claimant and must be swornto I I .trEJ' I .1
Complete Par to Sly R/W by the claimant, his agent, I 1 I II

I Household of chains St Rd Wly 16, 18.86 chains l or his attorney or It will become 1---------------:: :: _____ L______________ .:::_______

Furnishings N 0 degrees 43'00" E 3.03 void according to law
February I, 1972.
to POB All lying
Up To 40% Say Ins and being South of St. Rd. /Edward G. Saxon "jjKKrfjOVfit t34j ru
1 '
Administrator of the Estate
16. Bradford County.;
Baxley Chair Co. of Ralph Pearsall,de- .
This change, In classification
ceased. ** V t O tn ')'ict

648 Co...H .'l'1 Block Is subject to public hearing First publication February 10, ,MV-TM *> >_>! .
to be held on Tuesday Feb
From l OJockaonvill. 29th at 7:30 PM In the County; 2/10 .4t 3/2 ,_ --. ,- -. --T -
.. 389.1741 Commission room at the Brad- SATISFACTION CUAIIANTIIO Oft iOU* MONIY ftACK -- a.

Feb. 17 1972 T.LaJgn6. P..<- M .:

A I \t ),

1 . .. y.NOTICE .. ,- ...,., -f ..n .r.eS. ... pLY
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KfiSfSSftRSSSSfiRt"Retirement. Did U Know?

What's That? It's a violation of Florida

Law to leave your keys In the
witch of your car?
Captain! B. H. Spear!, local

On 80th BirthdayAt Highway Commander Patrol of advised the Florida EFFORTTO Library and to be practical
Asks Lex today COURTHOUSE think of the money that couM
that under the new uniform traf- SAVE be saved.
flce control law
you must remove
the keys and lock the Dear Gene: Yours sincerelyJoe :
the age of 80, when most In the Florida House of Representatives now State Road 100 Dear the cation he enrolled at the University Ignition before leaving any vehicle We read with deep Interest Kerrigan, Pres.
men have since retired Robert and as Bradford western limits of Starke. ; of Florida, graduating 47 unattended. Excepted are and great pleasure In the Feb. Bradford County; Senior
Alexis (Lex) Green Is still found County Judge before startinghis His family moved to the eastern with a bachelor's degree In education licensed delivery trucks or 10 Issue of the Telegraphthat Citizens Club
In his combined: law office and 20-year career in Con- side of New River when}' In 1916.Then came more other delivery vehicles while the Bradford County; School .
automobile dealership dally, as Lex two old years of school teaching at Board unanimously voted to
cress. was only years deliveries ,
Lake actually making MUSEUM
well as attending to other business Lex was born Feb. 10, 1892, and) he attended schools In the Hampton, Ralford, and deed the old County Courthouse
Interests, Including: a Butler, later serving as principal Historical Soclel '. WILL FILL NEED
three miles southwest of Lake New River area later enrolling to our ;)
large amount of rental pro- Butler, which was then a partof In high school In Starke. at.Live Oak and Brooks- 182 New Voters Wondering what would happento
perty In the business district. Bradford County.; He was He passed the Florida teachers vlile. the old Courthouse we sincerely Dear Mr. Matthews!
Retirement apparently Is the the son of the late William examination at the age of Lex's first venture Into the Added To BooksIn hoped that It would not
farthest thing from the mind world of polices! came In 1913 Too often every newspaperIs
and Emma Andreu Green. In the
Henry 16 and began teaching be razed the rubble
of Mr. Green and would hardlybe when he became a successful full of bad news, so It was
His great grandfather, Francis one-room schools that were of Last 2 DaysOne away and thus lose this wonderful -
to read
In keeping with the careerof candidate for Messenger I particularly gratifying
Andreu had fought In the prevalent In those days Including landmark from our midst
who on a the Florida House of Represen In February 10 Issue of
up your
a man grew
Seminole Indian War and received Roster, Rising, Long hundred and eighttwonew forever.
of tatives. In 1915 he The Telegraph that there
In the western part appears
farm a grant of 40 acres Bridge, Little Springs (Wor- ed assistant clerk of these, voters were added to the We highly commend the efforts to be an excellent chance .
Bradford County.; started from the U. S. Government ) and Brooker. James Bloodworth
thlngton Bradford County; registration of you, .
and In 1917 became clerk. to the old courthouse in
teaching school at 16, and served the land lying along what ls Wanting to further his edu- With the taste of politics books last Friday and Satur- ud Mrs. Jewel Roberts, of the Starke.save .

clearly to his liking Lox was ,LEX GREEN day. The books closed at 5 Historical Society; and the Even those of us who are
elected State Representative p.m. Saturday and will not reopen Daughters of the Confederacyto relatively new to this area would
from Bradford In 1918, and during kle In his eye that gives. )evi- until after the March 14 convert this old structure have felt a distinct sense of
etrixcmiALs his first term Introduceda dence of his keen sense of Presidential Primary. Into a museum for artifacts loss If that beautiful old building
bill which became Florida's humor. "I thought In 1944 that and the history of Bradford could not have been saved
first law on compulsory school the time was right for me to Seventy-four; voters were registered County; which Is deeply absorb- and restored.
attendance. He was also Instrumental run for Governor of Florida- on Friday and 108 on ing. Few of us now living know As a suggestion on how to
--a IrA Saturday. '
In the passage of legislation but It wasn't'Be re about this history. raise some of the money necessary _
for the State to provide was referring to the gubernattorlal Supervisor of Elections Neva here are 1,308 senior cltizens for the restoration
free cholera vaccine to race of that year now living In Bradford you may want to consider publishing -
Flynn said that 35 new voters
livestock owners.In when there were six candidates and more In UnfonCountywhlch"al ; a cookbook featuring
registered under the
1920, Green made a successful and Lex finished In second place new formerly part of our Coun recipes from this part of the
court ruling abolishing residency
Wide for the office of and childrenof
Challenge These
Community by a margin of only one percent requirements for Florida tv. country.
County Judge, and prepared behind Mlllard F. Cald- have former residents long gone I am certain that there are
voters been
himself for these new duties on"hold" must have an abundance of relics many fine cooks In this area ,
Action by the School Board iaatweek storing a historic railroad station under with a special course In law well Green to get lost In the that run-off.bid for office and will not be processed tools and data of histor- who have unusual recipes they

In agreeing to deed the old county the Federal Government's newlyrevised at Harvard University. He was and was also fated to Is received until an from executive the order office ical Interest and development.The would like to contribute, and
courthouse 'to the Bradford County "Legacy of Parka" program. admitted to the Florida Bar In lose subsequent Including of of State.A old Courthouse Is locatedon special attention could rs given -
Historical Society; (contingent upon the One of the many phases of HUD (Department 1921, and last June was honored a race conteltlb. S., Secretary U.S. 301, the main artery of to recipes featuring dishes ..
and Urban Dev- as a 50-year member of Senate and a bid for a seat traffic passing through Starke.It and dessertsthatlncludestraw
Commission of Housing three-Judge .
County County
creating a court '
that organization.In Commission Is close to motels, restaurants berries., Since this Is "the
Historical Commission) has broughtan elopment), this program has as one 1924, the young Bradford on the(now old the Railroad Public Service- panel recently declared unconstitutional and shopping centers. strawberry capital of the .

enthusiastic response In the form of its objectives the preservation of County; politician challenged Incumbent Commission). the residency re- This would attract tourists and world," such recipes would be.

of letters, offers of help, and favorable -, historical landmarks. It Is quite possible Representative Frank In 1944, Mr. Green was accepted i iqulrements: that now the for registration be- money spent by these people particularly appropriate.. .
Clark for the Second Congressional applicant and It would certainly! be an Local Girl Scouts, Senior
Bradford County
comment In out of town news that the ; for service In the U. S. '
In torrid ))8 years of age, a U. S. citizen -
District seat a It wouldbe
asset to our County.; Citizens and other organized
courthouse could qualify for Federalaid Navy serving as a lieutenant .
papers. have no felony conviction '.
with considerable
campaign tinged commander attached to the 14th a shame to lose this historical local groups might be prevailed -
under this according to not an Incompetent anda
program, bitterness on the partof site. upon to Initiate a campaign -
Granted the conversion of the old officials at HUD'S new area office In Clark. Green,, however never for Naval about District.a He at was Pearl stationed Harbor resident of Bradford. County to sell the cookbooks.
lost Ms smooth and court year ; (no length of time specified The Chamberof Commerce, Historical Society
courthouse Into a museum with possible Jacksonville.The r as a legal assistance of- ). Later when the -
ly manner even In the heat Woman's Club. Lions Rotary, Is ensconced In that old
use by hobby art displays ficer.
groups. ; of battle, and came off the Shrtners. Masons Elks, Senior notices could be
and other local U.D.C. Chapter has already Returnlgn home from the service
purposes will be a winner. Mrs. Flynn said that the Secretary Citizens of:starke and Hamptonand placed In all the area motels
he out Ms shin
big undertaking but as has been signified Its Interest In this project In for "hung of Bradford
proven He served Congress and entered law practice of State's office will the people urging tourists to visit the His
many, times In the past, with other and has requested space In the buDdIng 18 years from the 2nd District gle"In partnership with his brother seek Immediate legislation to County; should give fullest support torical Society; and to buy the
projects It can be done If we believe for a display of Its records and and two additional years as the late Floyd Green. require three months' residency to the Historical SocietyIn ; cookbook, which could be made
It can be done and are willing to put Civil War mementoes. Other local Florida congressman at He also operated his automobile In the county; before voting. petitioning the County available for sale there.
Large, to which post he was Commission to be committedto Congratulations on what appears
will also
and dealership.'
forth the organizations
required amount of time groups There
elected In 1942. this worthy project.
Mr. Green Is also proud of to be the successful fruitIon -
and effort. want to have a part In this undertak-
comfortable as
Is nothing as
During his Congressionalyears of efforts to preserve
the tact that he donated the your
ing. expressed of Schools Tom Green was a workhorse land on which the Bradford an old shoe and,, believe It or something l beautiful and historically -
As one School: Board member put Casey has an opinion that In getting the cross-state canal County; Health Clinic Is located, not, there can be nothing at Important.to Starke.T. .
It, "Starke and Bradford County; have the museum project would tie In admirably launched In 1942, and still deplores and that he also gave a portion beautiful as our old CourtHouse A. Sundem
long needed a community; project.-one with the school program, since the tact that this protect of the! properly; used as to. be used an an Historical -Route. 1, Box 322
possibly a
and quite
In which everyone can join and havea there u a constant demand for source also was worked never hard completed.for the location He- a site for Church.the Starke. First ASNINGTON place for our excellent Public Starke

part," and the rejuvenation. of the old material on local history and nowhere of the Naval Air StationIn Baptist Lex married Lucille Harrisof
courthouse seems to be made to order at the present time to supply) this need. Jacksonville an Installation Galnesvllletu\ 1935 and they

for that purpose. that has meant much to the have four children: R. A. Buz-
The Historical Society; will meet at economy of this area, and the zy) Green Jr., of Gainesville, Old Tools

Indulging In a bit of editorial nostalgia 7:30 tonight Tbursttay Feb. 17) In the leslgnatfon oCampBlandingas public defender;of the 8th Judicial A
lie of
Monday, the Gainesville Sun commented : Starke library to discuss the possibilities :ar,successor which was moved old Camp to make Fos- Green Circuit a chemist; pr., of William Washington H.- Offered

on the passing' of the old of the old courthouse project. room for the NAS. D. | .. Curtis (Lu y
Alachua County; courthouse: and said.. Organizations,. as well Individuals .."But you can't win 'em all" Green) Sanders,> and MichaelA.
it's understandalbe why we applaud who would like to have a part In preserving -. r. Green agrees with a twin- Green of Start!. For Museum
the county's only public buIld-, d '. ,
adjacent Bradford County; for preserving ; Among',thelnany t&rs-of
Its old red brick courthouse tog of historical s1.gnlilcanceare Invited "' 'IhtereSt111B relics
for display.
II's,,: a wgma''s. :
whose bearing and style; >establishes to attend and Join In the discussion. .. By Martha Sue Main In the proposed"old courthouse _ _ _ _
direct Unship with Its late lamented ...:' nl1lrr rfff/fiU) I IIoCounty Extension museum" are these found last
brother of the Gainesville Square.*' lU Agent summer by the Pete Powell
With the ever-Increasing flow of (!ftIii family while on a motorcycle ri 1
"woods ride" through the nor- _
traffic on U.S. 301, and the openingof \ thern part of Bradford Coun- '
Continues the Sun "The old court Disney World, an interesting mus- USE AND CARE OF move accumulated dirt (4))occasionally 1 ty.; ,,r...
house fell under the Jurisdiction of eum here would afford Bradford County ELECTRIC: SISSORS add a drop> of light The old farm tools, some of tR'f f ,
Electric scissors can be a machine oil on the blade pivot Along
them handmade, found at r
were ,
tourist attraction It has by f
with the
the Bradford County; School Board, ; jseful and time-saving piece (5) running over pins may abandoned farm house
and there was talk of tearing It down. long needed. rf equipment If yo u will .use ruin the blades' edges northwest of Lawtey. Among
There Is quite a range (6) for most models, replace- T
But last week It was deeded unanimously the Interesting Items are the ,
to the Bradford County; His ji sizes and weight plus. some ment blades are ava able. long being held by Lane n
ire electric and others may Powell deft), a sugar cane
The aim is to
torical Society. trans
; Jet their power from batteries. A GOOD DAY stripper, held by 2-year-old + ,
form It Into a "backwoods' museum. In most models the lower A good day begins w0h(( a Gene Powell; and corn shel-
AnExpensive lade Is stationary with the good breakfast. And, If you're ler being shown by Mr. Po ay
"It has occured to us that the upper blade doing the cutting. Southern, good breakfast means
rootlessness of American youth today rhey are a fairly safe took, as .eggs and grits. Well, right'now well.Mr.
he blades are shortandmostof there's plenty; of both to'v\ go and Mrs. Powell and
Is due In part to a historical vacuum Luxury In and .... '" Jw
hem do not close/ completely. around fact eggs grits their eight children reside at a
a broken link with heritage, a lack o&& A few hints In the use and are on the plentiful foods list 715 S. Westmoreland St. and gency in uunravme, MIKI ne win oonate mace items as soon
appreciation for the hardship and Senator Dan .Scarborough: has wonapproval tare of your electric slssors this month.. along with other each member of the family and his family enjoy their as space Is available to store
craftsmanship which once went Into the by the Senate Judiciary Com- ire: Q) move them smoothly] breakfast favorites, like oranges has his or her own motorcycle woods-ride outings. They have them Others In the county who
building of a red brick courthouse.: mittee for his bill to abolish the md easily, (2) get the "hang", grapefruit and prunes.So or motorbike, except alto found some rare old hothave Items they would like to
if them before attemptolng In- stock up, on the pientifuls. Gene, the youngest. Mr. Powell tles and other artifacts lend or give for this purpose
of State
a year Job Lieutenant rlcate cutting (3) carefully soon. And eAt a good breakfastto Is employed In the service department The Powells are enthusiastic are asked to contact the Brad
Governor.In ripe blades after using to re- start a good) day. of a motorcycle aover the proposed museum,and ford County Historical Society.

"Not everyone destroy the link. presenting the bill Scarboroughsaid : 1 f

Tallahassee has Just preserved Flor- the position serves no useful

ida's first bank building. And the Tallahassee purpose and was "Just a noble ex- \
Presbyterian Church Is periment In government. that failed acc'rJflorida: (Reproduced from .Magazine, Section of, Tampa TIb.1 By Hampton Dunn

masterfully preserved and still In use, miserably. __j, ; _.
complete with balcony for slaves and

bullet holes from Indian skirmishes. We are declined to agree with the

Jacksonville Lieutenant senator Governor that the serves positionof no A Vacant Courthouse Awaits Its FutureSTARKE

"Bradford County; Is going for some worthwhile purpose and Is' an ex-

of that. And while' the world continues pensive luxury that the State of flor- "

Its progressive orgy, there will stand ida could well do without. The old red brick y ...,,'. ..- ... ;J;:' -. ,, \", Sir Galahad himself was not
this red brick citadel of Just measure building with the clock tower' : < "i '.,,,,\<:N,;;:\''/ ,\- ),' ; < more spotless than he."

reminding us that a two-by-four once The old Constitution provided that (but no clock) stands nobly beside ...tk'.u: !J: Starke finally won per-
measured two-by-four." the Senate President and the House U.S. 301 in the heart of 'f 'r "'::.4 U :t'. manently over Lake Butler as
downtown Starke so architecturally the county seat for Bradford,
Speaker, In that order would succeed ... :
distinctive it catches / .... but it took 50 years of feudingand
To those who think that preservation to the governorship In case of the eye of most passersby. It is r- .;.;; :.t swapping the honor before
of the old courthouse: Is too big and a vacancy. This seems to be ade- the now deserted Bradford .:If ... it was decided. (Finally, in 1921,
too costly an undertaking we can quate provision for such an emergency County Courthouse truly a local '} r C' Or 4 Union County was created and

only say that what other towns have without paying a Lieutenant Governor landmark and storehouse of -. Lake Butler became a county
done. Starke and Bradford County' can to walt-in the wings to fill a vacancy much history itself .as well as t .'t: seat, anyway).

also do. Pensacola Is even now re- that might never occur. North Florida folklore. ''fij Bradford County is known for
County commissioners don't the number of political leaders
know what to do with this structure produced over the years, believed
and the townspeople certainty ; ) to be more: than any other
want to it torn small To mention
don't see county. a few:
The Bradford County down as so many other historic Dr. John L. Gaskins. speaker of

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Neighbors buildings are these days. The the 1893 House of Representatives -
school !board wanted to use part ; Eugene S. Matthews,
1879 of the building, but the commis- speaker of the 1907 House and
sioners wanted them to use it alt member of the Railroad Com-

or nothing. The Bradford County Courthouse mission from 1924 to 1946; R. A.
Comes now the Bradford (Lex) Green, Speaker Pro-Tern

MM1ta County Historical Society which Editor )Matthews asks for Rosa Island on Oct. 9 of that 1921, and congressman from the
FLORI A ESS ,'d' is anxious to have the old courthouse ey.suggestions how to finance sucha :year. 2nd District for 20 years (and
as an historic site and for project as the ,society has in runnerup for governor in 1944):
ASSQ 1' T ON ii j :.j. ....a.ts..\ use as a museum to house Bradford mind. Susan Bradford Eppes, who Sen. Markelee Johns, elected
County artifacts, documents The courthouse has served wrote a book "Through Some president of the Senate for 1933,
and mementos. But, according for many years a county that hasa Eventful Years" described but died before serving; Doyle
to local history buff colorful background. The "Cousin Rich", thusly: "He was Conner, speaker of the 1957
Gene'' Matthews editor of The' county was created in 1858: as everybody's darling. When he House and present Commission.
Bradford County Telegraph New River County. But the was first to sign up for the Madison er of Agriculture; Charley E.
E.L. MATTHEWS, EJHor-P-bll.h.r. (founded In 1879, it claims the I name was changed on Dec. 6, Company of the Leon Rifles Johns president of 1953 Senate
Published" ..ch Thursoey end entered es Second distinction of being published '1861, to honor Cant Richard G. he was the youngest recruit andwas and acting governor, and Gen.
Class, Matter at the Pest Office et Stark, Florida., continuously under the same Bradford, of Madison, the first named commander of the Harold C. Wall chairman of the
.un "
Subscription' ,In trade erect .1 1 year, $$.00; Outslae" Well, try I your pilch where onmemaybe any Florida weekly) there is killed In the Civil War. He died "Cousin Rich": "He is so young, later head of the Florida

trade ereat 1 year, .$5.50 your WeakneMe can. lie.spot" a hitch. The society !lacks mon- heroically in the Battle of Santa so talented so handsome and Selective Service System a

Pare 12 Tel..ram Fpb.17. 1972

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held The Its Brooker 5th Baptist Church at Sane Jr. College.. Mona Canova of Starke; Mr. wonderful time. A certain group of disabled

Barmuet annual on Saturday Youth Sweetheart He did a wonderful Job with Lavern Outlaw from Starke who NEW SAFETY PATROL veterans of wartime or peacetime K&atetb: (;Iv...,. Wafts
evening his bumorour which military service
remarks. be
Is the Choir director for Bmo- may
Feb. 12
at 7:30 p.m. helped to make the guests feel er Baptist Church led group MEMBERS NAMED entitled under certain conditions DELL CHAPTER OES
This the There is admission.
was first no
banquet to more at sea.One .. singing. Prayers weredellver. The following four students to receive a grant from Dell Chapter 168 OES will Home in Starke. Please remember
in is Pastoral Services
be given the Sunday Day. -
new church have been to the
of the most delicious appointed the Veterans Administration them .with Get
social hall.Approximately ed by pastor Rev. Jim Tem Brooker : School hold its l'8BUIarmeetineThurs- will begin with Sunday your
60 meals ever to be served waspnJlU'8ll Broderick for so-called wheelchair home day night, Feb.' 17, at 8 p.m. School at 9:30.Morning Well thoughts and cards. VIsits
an African guests enjoyed .- ) by Grace Blgham ple.This Sweetheart Banquet will Safety; Patrol: specifically adapted to their in the Masonic Hall on Brown- service at II a.m. when possible will be ap
safari Scott
atmos vis 5th Mrs.
Shirley Green Dolly HarrelL be long remembered by each grade ; particular needs. lee Street. AU members are
To the Rev. Isora Owens of Mlcanopywill preciated.
phere. right of the Wayne Ellis 5th Mrs.
entry grade
Mary Jane Green and MildredHarrell. For a veteran to for asked
guest as a very enjoyable fellowship qualify: to be present and on be the morning speaxer.
was none other
than a live Hurst Isabel Bristol 5th grade,
The tor ; this benefit he
menu the evening must be entitled time.
experience complemented -
At 12:30 dinner will be
monkey caged of course. This Mrs. Scows rooms and Steve
\ fruit and
.monkey owned by Connie Clark was: cup{ turkey by beautiful decorations Thomas Stti grade Mrs.Hurst's to compensation for at 4 p.m.. League 6 P.m.,
dressing garden peas congealed delicious and total disabilityas CHURCH NEWS
of Hampton, food and wholesome permanent evening Worship. The general
proved to be
a salad, buttered rolls.corr. entertainment room. a result of a service-con Sun Light Pall Bearers Society -
lively; conversation: piece for Safety Patrol members are public la invited to attend.
... Ice cream with cher- ; nected disability Incurred durIng 290 will hold Its regular
the ries. PERSONALSMr. appointed for a six weeks term wartime or peacetime ser- meeting Thursday (tonight) at
tables were arranged In The food was served by Linda and Mrs. Paul Prescottand and c! may serve con ecuUveterml. vice after April 20. 18s 8, according 7 p.m. at Greater Allen chapel Ebenezer Baptist Church,
an E shape. Centered behind To be appointed to the Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Each
Cox .Alma
Archer Begin family visited Mrs. Pre.cott's .- to WB. Mackall Flor- AME Church. All members are
the head table was a bamboo Parrish, Carolyn DyaL Linda mother Mrs. Nellie Safety; Patrol a pupil maybe ida Veterans Service director. asked to obese be present and Monday night Bible Class.Each
hut complete with a palm roof. Harrell Rose Mott and Janice In the 6th or 6th grade Thursday night Prayer Meet-
Pringle and Mrs Prescotf Mackall describes the qualifying on time. Mrs. Corine Butler
The walls each side B's for Ing. Services will Sun- 9 9Chearley
on of the Pierce. All these wore simu- and must have A's or begin
sister Emma:; Pringle,In Lake- disabilities as follows: president.The
but were completely papered lated animal skin vests. land last weekend. the preceding six weeeks grading J) Loss or loss of use of both day with Sunday School at Ask
with a colorful African animal The rhinoceros period and must be recommended 9:45. Morning service, 10:45:
programs were : such to Fellowship organization
Jim tileSUlllt
Rev. Temple was lower extremities as
design. Wall her with the Senior Choir In .
his tea
hangings of by or a.m.
potters shaped. These
Its meetingat
programsand speaker for the Adult preclude locomotion without the will hold regular
and pictures of charge. Evening service 6:30
animals cher. :
Invitations were artistically Greater Allen Chapel AME
Sweetheart banquet at the First aid of braces crutches canes
were used as other points of made by Betty; Hayes. Baptist Church In Starke on We congratulate these new wheelchair or,. Church Sunday, Feb. 27, at 3 Sunday Is Rally Day. All mem-
interest Zebra skins Safety Patrol members their bers are asked to cooperatewith EJoho. ,
covered on
Inn Green maintained
a list Friday evening Feb. U. 2) Disability; which Includes p.m. The Public is invited to
the windows. Pbtted palms were of guests wishing attend.. On Monday night, Feb. 14, appointment. blindness In both eyes, having attend and a special Invitation this activity.

placed the banquet at Intervals throughout Ron Bristol was in charge Rev. Temple spoke to the Youth SYMPATHYOur only light perception, plus Is given to the young peopleof Greater Allen Chapel AME .
room. of special music which was of of lower all churches.
at their Sweetheart Banquet at loss or loss use one
heart-felt sympathy,love Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins,
The tablei provided by his son-in-law and
were covered with the First Baptist Church In extremity;
gold cloths. Lighted handmade daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tony Keystone Heights. and prayers are extended to 3) Loss or loss of use of one Greater Bethlehem Freewill pastor. Junior Choir rehearsal ,About This Question:

candles placed on each table Castlen. On Thursday night, Feb. 17, the family of \\Earl Crawfordon leg with residuals of organic Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper each Wednesday night. Ser
the recent loss of their vices will begin Sunday wph
a soft glow to the As Tony, played his guitar Williams pastor.Monday night,
gave room he was the speaker at a ser disease or Intury or organic School Morning
Miniature simulated animal he and his wife sang three very vice at the First BaptistChurchIn loved one. disease or Injury which precludes Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board Sunday service.at 11 10 a.m. The "1 might have known my

skins placed on the tables com- Inspirational 'religious songs! Gainesville.Rev. locomotion: without a No. 2 will meet. Tuesday night Christian a.m. boy would lose that school
plemented the theme.In that Tony wrote. Valerie and I. T. Temple from Prayer list for the sick:Monroe wheelchair. Choir No. I will rehearse.Wed- Endeavor Hour at
addition to Tony, are from Brookert but Barnes Morris DyaL Elms Prayer Meeting. 3 p.m. at the church. The Choir instrument. He fcrgot it
the table decorations Monticello spent last weekend Eligible veterans may receive nesday night,
Union will be
already mentioned are presently stationed at Mac- with his son and daughter-in- Hamilton. a VA grant of not more Thursday night, Story Hour at 3 held In Hopewellat oji the bus,.and it's just

the sneaker's table was cen- Dill AFB InTampa. law Rev. and Mrs. Jim Temple than 50 per cent or the cost the church. Friday at 12 noon 5:30. p.m. Evening service gone. Would musical Instrument -
Jimmy had the guests to play. and family. of their homes up to a maximum !-, the Senior Ushers will have Insurance
tered with a floral arrange a game-unscramble the ani Plans are in the making for covering -
of $12,500. This grant dinners on sale.Frlday night
ment. mals. Cherie HInton the Choir and the the Women Day activity; for loss, theft or accidental:
won SCHOOL NEWS"Valentine be used to oav cart of the Junior Prayer -
These elaborate room decorations family/ money/ managtmtnt may the second Sunday in March.
prize for have
this which damage coat less
was a the cost of building or buying Band are scheduled to go to
were planned and arranged box of Valentine candy. Party"The udtrfce seems to centeran such homes or to remodel their Hawthorne to the home of Mrs. All members are asked to than 1% of the value from

Lavern by Edwards Mary, Ann Edith Bristol Melvin -, Mr.Other special guests besides children at the Brooker hole wet!, oil wt would be existing dwelling for their Ida Bunch. Saturday the Deaconess please of cooperate the church.with all activities the Charley/ E. Johns Affcncy. -

and Mrs. Tony Castlen Elementary School celebratedFebrual' :10 years from now 'if we had requirements. The grant also Board will sell dinners District
Lea and Carl Conference will be
: Mr. and Mrs. Perry to off the Indebtedness from the Kitchen. At 4
be used
14 with Valentine
) Day. may pay
Edwards. Jean Douglas and Alma McGrlff Jr. from Gainesville. parties. Refreshments were been smarter 30 yean ago. of such homes already p.m. Saturday. Sunday School held at the church. March 29-

for the Outlaw beautiful were table responsible settings. Mr.speaker McGrlff for the was the guest provided and served by room acquired by eligible vet classes No. 2 and 3 will sponsor Is 30.needed The help in cooperating of all members wan
occasion Others mothers and valentines were erans. Carnival which will be an Charley E.
Master of ceremonies was the plans to make this a suc-
were guest pianist: Mrs. exchanged as everyone had a For more Information on the evening of fUn Hag football cess.

wheelchair home benefit con games will be the highlight The sick and shutins are JOHNS AGENCY
tact any Veteran County; Service of the event. There will be Mrs. Louise Broxton. in the

Office Administration an office, of or the by Veterans writing many other will games be played.sold. The Refreshments NAS Hospital/ Mrs. Carrie 131 $o. Walnut 8t

Mackall at Post Office Box Smalls is at home, and Mrs. Phone 964- O70
I Is Invited to attend.
II I !1437 St. Petersburg. public' Teresa DeSue is In the Nursing

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D. I. Knight Earl Crawford L. G. PowellDarling "

I. Knight 72, of Earl Crawford 60, lifelong Luther Giles Powell 84. a Ir 111} I' i
In resident of the Brooker community I
Starke died Monday the retired naval stores operator ,111'lW' ((1HJLK!
Bradford County Hospital after died Wednesday Feb. and a resident of Starke for & \\J \ '
an Illness of several years. 9, In Shands Teaching Hospital 71 died Thursday Feb.
He was born In Nassau Coun- Gainesville, after an extended years "rnh few bealre b, dare Idd JU head. M ohs" $
10, In Bradford County Hospital _. ._ ,.., .. __ ___..,..,......_,... ..,., ._.,. ', .
ty on July 28, 1899; was a retired Illness. He was a native "' A 'M"' '''''''" ''H'>'1iao! !>o---? u: '" '" !R1't! ] ...... :&',1I&wiIWI. ...........iii.; (i\'t\.......>
carpenter and attendedthe of Bradford County and He after was an born extended In Taraboro.illness. ;\i.i1m.! !! $' -,- .,_..."'''''''''"....""...,, im''''''''.... ..:..",.."" ",!\//II!! .. m ,.. Iem-- "' "" """ .IJ ;

Union Primitive Baptist was Christ.a member of the Churchof S. C. on June 24. 1888 the CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS STARKE CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST >!
Church. son of the late Luther C. and CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE
Erma Surviving are his wife Lena
Surviving are his wife, Martha Tlson Powell. Bible School 10 Worship II Training '
Crawford of Brooker three 9:45 a.m. a.m. Worship a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Schedule of Services:
Lee Knight, of Starke five ;
daughter Mrs. Gladys Lewis; sona.L.' J., of Providence; Mr. Powell was a memberof Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Services II a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship U a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
the Starke First Baptist 6 Midweek Service. Wed 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 Won
Mrs. Marie Clemons and Mrs. Loipftl, Orange Park; and Service 6 pjn. Evening Wor- p.m. p.m. Evening Morning Worship U a.m. Even-
Church, and served as an officer nesday 7 Ladles Bible 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- "
Mildred Crews, all of Starke; Favel Lake Wales; two daughters ship 7 p.m.Thursday. ship 7 P.m.Tuesday ing Worship 7 p.m. '
Mrs. Warrenetta Crawford, of Mrs. Marjolre Joyner of the church and a mem- night Prayer Meet Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church come. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m.I'I
Jacksonville ber of the Church Choir for ing 7:30 located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor I
Texas; and Mrs.Gloria Creech ; and Mrs. Lula- pm.Devid P.m.Rev.
Fairbanks Alaska two mae Carroll, Brooker his many years. lie was a member Hodges. Pastor 16.J.P.H. W.B. Chauncey. pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN c
; stepdaughters ;
of the Starke Masonic Lodge Bell, minister
Mrs. Nettle Nors- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. CHURCH
worthy of Starko and Mrs. Crawford Lake Butler; two for over 50 years. GRACE BAPTISTCHURCH School 10 a.m. Morning SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
He is survived by his wife PINEH1LL CONGREGATIONAL Worship U a.mk Pre Ser-
Lake City two brothers, Ray and Millard BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening '"
Evalynla Brown : STARKE
Mae of Starke. METHODIST CHURCH vices (Booster Band, Young'
Willis and Leon Crawford both of Lake But- Frlpp 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Worshp7-JamesShaw,pastor.
stepsons, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ) :;
heldat and Prayer Service)
Funeral services were Sunday School 10 Morn- People ;
Sweat, both of Starke; 31 grand- ler; two brothers, seven sisters Ing Worship at 11. Training a.m. vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m.
3 Saturday In the Starke ing Worship 11 Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
children, and 12 great-grand- and 11 grandchildren. p.m. .Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- a.m. Preaching. II a.m.Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
First Baptist Church with Rev. vice 6 Evening Worship Midweek Service Wednesday
Funeral services heldat p.m. 5:45 Evening Worship BROOKER, FLA.
children. were ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer : p.m. .,.
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday in the Lake W. A. Hogan officiating. Inter- Meeting 7:30.Rev.: LeonT. 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun- ;;
at 2 p.m. Thursday In the Un- Butler Church of Christ with ment was In Crosby Lake Cemetery Odom, Jr., pastor. Hard pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess Pastor day School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol :,
ion Primitive Baptist Church Brother Roy Dicks officiating under direction of DeWIttC Superintendent. Training Union, '
with Elder 0, M. Yarborough Interment was in Midway Cem- Jones Funeral Home. Pall- AIRPARK( BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OP GOD 6:43 p.m. Lowell Douglas, Director -
conducting. Interment will follow etery under direction of Bran bearers were members of the Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Ralford Road & Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theressa) OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Worship Services 11 a. ,-
In Conner Cemetery with non Funeral Home of Lake But- Starke Masonic Lodge. Ing am.: Evening Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 ,a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Service ",
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home ler. Worship. 7 Dim. !Wednesday Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship U a.m. Young People's 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music ..
7 Thursday night, 7:30. Training Union 6:30 p.m.
In p.m. Service 6 P.m. Evange- director.
charge. Prayer Meeting and Bible
FIRST Study, ".
BAPTIST CHURCH -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. '
STARKE 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- Wednesday Night Prayer Ser listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Sunday Sunday School 9:45 Ing every Monday. 7 p.m. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS .
; with
N. T. McVeighNeal G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Every- Come and'worship us. Road ,:
1404 E. Bessent
l\ a.m.; Morning Worship at II, one welcome.ST. Highway 125, Northwest of Packham pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Home EveningMon t
sermon; "Behold the Lambof Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. Family kf
T. McVeigh, 75, of Hall : God" Church Training, 6:15; EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15. Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE PrimaryTuesday
'Utke died Tuesday In the Brad Evening Worship at 7:30: Ser- CHURCHSTARKE Night Service 7:30: p.m. Wed- CHURCH, STARKE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH : p.m. ,
ford County Hospital after a mon: "The Disciple That Did nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 WednesdayRelief Society,
Father James Cregan, pastor : Eucharist 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday .'
Holy ,
long illness Born inWaycross Not Run Away" Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday p.m. Rev. Albert Knight,pas School 9:30; Morning Worship 7:30.:ThursdayM.I.A.
11 Morning 7:30 .t
Sundays, a.m. : pjn. :
C>\. on July 19, 1896 he had Choir Prac- tor. Ser-
Monday Youth Mass. 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday 11; League 4 p.m. Night SundayPriesthood, 8:30am.: ;
lived in the Keystone Height tice Williams )
7 p.m.Tuesday 7p.m. vice, 6 p.m.Rev. Jasper -
H a.m. Church School 9:45: School 10:30 Evening -
Sunday :
for the ten ,
area past years tau+ Young Musicians Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST pastor..
EY.C. 6
coming from Jacksonville Choir, 3:30: p.m.; GA. and Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning a.m. p.m. Meeting 6p.m.
where he was employed by the Bell Choir Practice, 4:15.: P.m.School of Religion: Worship II a.m. Evening -John M. Flynn Rector FIRST UNITED METHODIST Jesse D. Branson, Branch
Seaboard Railroad Co. for his Wednesday Family Night Grade School Sunday II Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek BIble STARK President. ?
retirement. He was a veteran Supper. 6 p.m. Prayer Meet- a.m. to 12 noon] Study Wednesday. 7:30: p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST ,
of World War I, and held mem- Ing and R.A. Meeting 6:30: ;. School Sunday 7p.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Wor- Worship 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
bership in the Brotherhood of Teachers an d Officers Meet- High. m.Be In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups 6 p.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. .
Railroad Trainmen the V.F.W., L' Ing, 7:15: ; Church Choir Practice Lester Austin, pastor.ST. Training 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal :Morning Worship 11. Tralnlnlf0
American Legion Post 202 and 8.Thursday. BAYLESS HIGHWAY Worship 7:30. 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- 'Union 6:30: p.m. ''Evening Service .
the Gadara Baptist Church. Music makers BAPTIST MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting Ing 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Re- 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Surviving are his wife, Wil- Sunday School. 10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH.MACCLENNY 7:30 ':Service 7:30.
Choir and Bell Choir Practice : p.m. hearsal, 7:45.: :
lie Lee MoVelgh; three daughters 3:30 p.m. WMtJ Book Study ship Service 11 a.m. Church Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Rev.. L. Tommy Howe pas- ',
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Mrs. Shirley M. King Training 6:30: pjn. Evening Day Mass 5:30 ,
Jacksonville; Mrs Mary M. "Catalyst", 5:30: p.m. Worship 7:30.Wednesday. .... __"."" _"p.m.':>o<:r<< " ''''''''" 'c'c-:_:.MS1GtStsV.. "" : ':' :' :' ;'>>:':':':'>>;';."'-:';':<<';';': oY..;':";':';':" tor.'_':'X ''''''''' '''''>>>> '''''''''Y''''' ... '''
W.A. Hogan, pastor. .w m'H
Schmitt Mrs. J.,W.Detroit Whlttaker, Mich., Keystone; and ''HI.I I 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. ::' Illllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l l i i i I : II II I Il l i llllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil i i ii i llllllllllllIIIIll il i i 'I t

Heights; two brothers Ira W. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. J.D. Robinson
and A, D. McVeigh, both of Sunday Service:Sunday Sc'JOJ J PAINT. Protects wood, and metalGOD'S I
Jacksonville; two sisters, Mr* : a.m. Morning Worship :
Edna L. McVeigh,Jacksonville, cotton knits provide stylish 10:45 a.m. Evening Service 7:15 CHURCH '
and Mrs. Nora Polacek, New sluopwonr that's long on com p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sunday -. .Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng WORD Protects'' the soul
York City; 14 grandchildren and fort. The multicolored\ jumpsuit 6:30 p.m. Worship II a.m. Evening

three greatgrandchildren.MADISON placket has and a front-button no-slip feet -J.C. Brown, minister Everyone Worship 7:30 welcome.p.m. Wednesday All paint protectoocl! (\ and metal from decay, met, and corrosion, so the I'

rickrack-trimmed while the gown features peasanttop a JORDAN MISSIONARY Rev. Robert Halsten, pastor promise( '1 found in Coda: \ \l'clI'cllu'ott'ct the. will from the nil of sin, anxiety and :

BAPTIST CIIURCH STREET Carter's above both a plaid are skirt.availablein By BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. CHURCH OF GOD despair' Hear jod'n; \\ondorful promison:: prucl.iimcd/ from the pulpit in the o: '

sizes: 4 to 14.CARD 301 North, behind Tas-. 422 N. St. ClaIr St., Starke. church of your choice this*. Sunday. These' promise' i sit t hoard will accomplish r .:

Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- tee Freez 10 Drive In, Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- wonderful things\ in your soul III1Ch'lIl.t\ for (Gild! "II.\'" of His Won). "It' shall f4
School a.m. Worship Ser- Ing II
Ing Worship.'. 11; Church Train- Worship a.m. Sunday
_ ing, 6:15; WMU Prayer Circle OF THANKS vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Evening, 7 pjn. Youth Night not return unto nu.. void_but it shallaccomplish[ .!!} that which!!_I please. and. it shall.' ...
Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Wednesday, 7:39
7:15; Evening Worship,7:30. W. sincerely grateful to .. Meeting p.m. Prayer .' prosper_in the__think_ whereto I sent_It_.,_" Iaiah_ 55:11.;) : $
MondayYouth Choir Prac- are day.Leroy Friday, 7:30 p.m. n'OJ" ., .. -. _. '.:.
7 our many Bradford County Olive; 'pastor EL. -Rev :yW. KIck!. tta. ,. tr .
tice, Children's Choir p.m. .J. <> pastor! : .. ., at -* i* "X.i.. .
; rtHtndU .. ..
Tuesday- Mission- Friends 'friends for tlwttc# w ,,Grlffls associate pastor 0- .
Girls In Action, 3:30: p.m. ness and remembrance in our GOSPEL SING KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 4 (
WednesdayPrayer Meeting recent bereavement. Such ChurchIs Sunday School 9:30: ; Training '" wb >">
7:30: ; Business Mooting. 8; thoughtfulness can never be for- Long Bridge Baptist Saturday Union 10:15 ajn.; Morning Worship :c
Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: gotten.The family of Frank having a gospel sing 11 a.m. Evening Worship
Feb. 26 at 7 Everyone -
-Denton Sumrall, pastor. Collins. Welcome!, 7:30 Wednesday.p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: fi

- Pastor Rev. Robert West
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Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. I' 2
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth 1\\\: T/f9/( .

t II t tt Fellowship 6 urn. Choir Practice t. rh w: ,...
Wednesday 8 p.m. t. '..':
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-Rev. Robert D. Burch >_ 1": JI .. :-<: :
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Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 1 : IOI\\ t"i:i
Ing Worship II. Training Union, J.'A' Tht (torch to Cod i oppomtid, ogtnty in Hw '
6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. I "I'111! world IM' .wtodtng thi tnowltdot, ol, Hit, ,... IQ' j:
t 91 t tt -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor I ,; :'.: ,fa m.and of'M", d..d,la. mm,a rogonI, I:: }
!t' ta thai' .I... by fowng tin ntighbtr" Without,' 'A'
4 t BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH '1 '11, thii grounding., in .Iht lovt ot, God no gownw 'fie :tm.1
t i t tt Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- :l.:' a, lOCI", war of Mo wiH, longMtttvttt r:. {yt:
Ing Worship II a.m. Evening 'l'I.' ( ond Hit ,Iritdomt hnh w. h.d., 'IAt :}
Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer !' tut del will, ,"."..,, porith fhntfert. ivinIron t1d, :
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. ::: !.(I.'nlll.' .pouit.'"..,...thould tupooitIhi \' .
t c.) t tt -Rev. J.C. Sounders pastor 'A (hush ,lot 'Iho tain ol""h. ..I//.,.of, him, > IA1\

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MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ;:\ ..", ptnofl thowld" uphold, ond partinoaio, inho t i'l'I. i\:1
Sunday 9:45
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School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- ( (hurih blue it, till 'Iho truth' about Alf ..
ship 6 p.m. Training Union mont "lift" dtoih, and d"bn' ,. ,Iht. truth which k!! :
7 p.m. Evening Worship. ;., atom, will ul' him, h., ,It li"t 01 o child, ofc.Ad. ii..' I
t t tt Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser- &w

vices.Rev.. Bob Cooper pastor ,v.,."..",,--...,...,.,.--...,..."..--".,...,.,.--.,...".v.,. ;::-
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CHURCH 1 ; !$ mj: XM :" X-XX-Xj-.x.:; ':: ;;;; mm-mm; <<>>'f.>':";; m : .'&;':* ":' *:Q.8"M8'Sf'h; :
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t II t tt Service Sunday at School.11. Evening 9:45: ; Service Morning, ; FLORIDA SERVICE

7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30:: C
Ii p.m. EST Hill Eitwrds. .- Ph. 964-7231

BROOKER tI.adJlhtdJuIU"1Ir;
Sunday School: 10 a.m. Worship I tlaeelr u pb
t If a "little voice" is saying you should be puttIng' more away in a t Services II a.m. and 7 Hunt Phone 964.6111 BrakeCarl Service:

Savings Account, listen. It makes good sense to build a bigger nest p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Wheel IIaJAnt'e and
Rev.. Lacy Conway,pastor
t egg for the good things in life. All it takes is a little willpower And at t :3.19 E. Call 81. Starke. .'1.. Alignment I

our high rates'your nest egg really grows. Start today. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE IMiotM 964-5745 for FREE-'
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Ing Worship II- l.m. and 7 Miway 301 and 100
p. Inspection and Entlmatc
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-Rev. John Boss pastor 617 N. _
Temple Ave. SUrke
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i ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening EDWARDS We
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If lost or stolen you can get them promptly replaced. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market
7 Study on Book of
Spendable everywhere. Cost-only 1C< per dollar. G.F.p.m.Prevatt, pastor Everyone F turing Ae. Hardware Grocvrlw Meats Feed ,
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I F: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- MELROSE ,r Petitions C ircedOpposing

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Keystone By GLORIA REDFEARN Hilites \! I News Notes -' I IStrong

e I By Helen Egan
Please Call 473-3238 opposition In the form reports) recelvtngaddldonal requests .
11 or 473-4182 to build there became the tax be levied by the town the present -
iJUNIOR----- -J. of petitions protesting: dally for petitions, and rate In that have
--------- proposed areas they rate of taxation In Keystone -
FELLOWSHIP CLUB The Senior Citizens ok annexation also a number of long distance "
an approx left or plan to leave ..caus- would add to the
The covered dish luncheonand Starke and Bradford County.; imate six mile telephone calls from absentee greatly
square area to ing an unbearable burden on taxes now being field l by those
GOLFERS home program meeting of the of which there are 11 embers the town of Keystone Heights home and property; owners widow and retirees with constantly
The Junior Golfers recently of M s.Bees Craotsbeerrq, slater Senior Citizens Fellowship Club from Keystone Heights, has developed among residentsof asking that they be given shrinking fixed In-- outside tile present limits he

had a play day. Winners for t the of Mrs. Elmer Howe; and met on February 10 In the are spreading the aaist- the affected area.According an opportunity; to express their com..." added.
9 hole group were: First low the Rebeccas at the home of Lions Club with about 40 needed legislation, by opposition( Mr. Lee states that In contacting '
net. Jon Leonard; and low putts, Mrs. Richard Lovorn.' members and guests attending. ing In organizing other clubs to Frank T. Lee "If any benefit whatever Is those who have
The foropposl- alreadysigned
Brett Cole.Winners President Lester Sheeta called In the past few week., Joe of Lake Brooklyn, and Ms associates major reason to be gained by becoming a the opposition Petitions
All Circle the Hoist have tion according to the petitions part of the town of
leader urge their meeting to order with Rev. Kerrigan and Karl who are Keystone
is the threat of Increased tax not one person has been contacted -
In three hole group members to attend and enjoy Milton Scripture offering the been busy helping the seniors opposition to the annexation that It would necessitate the expenditure who favors the Proposed
were first low net, Kathy Red- the fine devotional nrenared blessing. Following a bountiful of Hampton In forming a club. proposal) hundreds of names ation. The signers declare of huge sums of money annexation.
of home
fearn; and low putts. Jimmy for them and enjoy the felloW- luncheon, visitors and new Two members visited the Stark are already on the ten peti a great majority; owners which must be raised by
Reed., ship. members were Introduced. A Club on Feb. 8, Mrs. EvelynM. lions: now being circulated. He located and In properly the ;area owners and planAnnexation taxation," Mr. Lee said."Even Among other objections,,
The Executive Board meeting Conference of Christian Mis.stonary Vaughan and Mrs. Belle without any. additional taxes to raised by the petitioners are
Winners In the third groupof \ will be on February 28 at Alliance Is currently BI'OIIfDo..A cordial Invltationwaa ___ the claims that It would be
seven year olds were Scott 1 p.m. In the Educational: Build being held In Gainesville and given for seniors to visit their '?!." '." ,._ U"hu_.__. <> ..:. ;\\11'" BAA.i1)1..nru'n".IP.O! ; ::: .c n1rudWS impossible for the town of Keystone -

Ware low net; and Richard ing. Rev. Scripture, was able to next meeting on Feb. 17 at 1 to provide street lights,
O'Donoghue low putts. The World Day of Prayer will secure a most Informative and meeting will be heldIn water from a central plant,

be held at the Community dedicated missionary from Cube. ; adequate fire protection, any
The Junior Golfers, under ; Laos. Rev. Wayne, Persons Hearing police protection, garbage col-
the direction of Mrs. Ed 0* Churr on March 3, at 10:30: home town of Nyack, N. MELROSE HOMEMAKERS lection service maintenance of

Donoghue, will hold a raffle ajn.The Y., baa spent about half of Ms The regular Monthly meeting roads that are now the responsibility -
with the drawing held on March next General Meeting of life as a missionary In Laos of the Melroae Homemakers ) ( of the county, and
10. A deep fryer and a buffet Church Women will be held In In fact 24 years. He Is on Club will be opened by President Need SRO sewerage Usposai.)
cooker. will be given away. For- the Educational Building on furlough and presented a colorful Mrs. W. H. Allen. Mem- May Sign It is also stated In the petitions
eeeds of this event will help March 8 at 1 Dan with Mrs. address by use of film and bers will respond to the Roll that annexation "would
In prizes and events for the Junior Phelps of Jacksonville as the narration of the country and the Call by "A style or fashion stop all future building and

Golfers. speaker customs and habits of the peo that flatters my figure". ThisIs Doubt has also been expressedthat development of hundreds of unImproved
Judging by the Interest a- lots In tile
ple. In relation to the monthly all legal requirementscould area.
LITTLE LEAGUE DUPLICATE BRIDGE roused in the affected area, "This would not only depre-
? The Little League will soon Winners for Tuesday, Feb. 8,' Visitors Introduced were Alachua"Line County and; Clubs Design subjecton in there will be "standing room R to hold be the complied with election In time ciate the value of isolated homesIn
be in progress. An organizational were: let Mrs. Loeb Duncan Mrs.' Elena Calley of Maine Clothes." only"and maybe not even AlAfpoRTw proposed the undeveloped sreas but
March 14 date of
meetinr for the Barents and Mrs. Val Givens; 2nd and a friend of Mr. and Mrs. thatat the 7:30 pjn. Tues- on Florida'sPresidential would deprive labor and suppliers .
will be, held Monday. Feb. 21. Mrs. Paul Stelnmetz and Mrs. Lewis Watson, whose summer Training meetings again announced day, Feb. 22, public hearingon R w Primary although of material of many
for this would be the most
at 7:30 p.m. at the City; Hall. Charles Heptinstall. 3rd Mrs. home Is In Maine but who enjoy Feb. 28 at County the annexation Issue In Keystone econo- hundreds of thousands of dol-
Extension Office in mical for the When
set-up city.
o Frank Cook and Miss Iva Hlll- Florida sunshine at their Heights municipal build ; lars that would otherwise be
to stress and 4tn Mrs. Livingston home in A (and If) the election Is held "
Ed Bennett warns yer bay Interlachen. Mrs. Milton GARDEN ing. spent In Keystone Mr. Lee
better participation for parents and Mrs.Raymond Starnes. Scriptures late brothers' CLUB OF TIlE LAKES LAs voters inside the present city; said.A .

In the Little League this Winners on Thursday evening. widow Is visiting the Rev.Scriptures 24.will meet at 1 pan. en Feb. February 22 is the birthday t limits from will those be in polled the separately petition has already been

year, so be sure to attend this Feb. 10 were: First; Mrs.Mary as she returns to her of George Washington who "didIt annex area,, and If proposed-) filed by residents and property;
important) meeting where the Cook and Mrs C.w home In Marcellus: N.Y. Mrs. PERSONALS with his little hatchet" and of either a majority; owners of the Keystone Chris-
votes "no"
round rules for the 1972 season Second, Mr. and Mr. Raymond Carrie M. Corp has been At this report) Mrs. Miriam residents of the affected area annexation group Is a lost tian Colony on Lake Brooklyn,
will be formed.COMMUNITY Starnes: Third. W. J. Crollch visiting her son In South Slocombe, who underwent hope to follow George's example loch cause. but the contents have not been
and C.'W. Hardy; and tied for Florida; as he is recovering emergency surgery: In Alachua by axing the city's plan to One Councilman said yes- made public. The Colony; petitioners -
fourth were; Mrs. W. H. Davie nicely from a serious Illness. General Hospital,last Thursday annex an approximate six terday that unfounded state- feel that they should
CHURCHWOMEN and Jimmy Fox; and Mr. and She has been entertained and II' Improving Visitorsare square mile area, extending : ments are being made by op. extend to Keystone Mayor Hay-
Mrs. Mike Falkel. enjoyed many attractions of nicely. northward to the Keystone Air- Da : ) annexation as mond G. Starnes and membersof
restricted for time but
florida.Mr. a towhat'tofthethe the Council the
The Community Church: Wo cards will surely be port and Including all but the can or will courtesyof
men will hold Circle meetingson WOMAN'S CLUB and Mrs. John Rache ted. Call Mrs Roy Turknettfor western tip of Crystal Lake e/1 lne do In the way of services In studying the petition beforeit
Monday, Feb. 21., The Annual Smorsgabord Joined the Fellowship Club information. all of Brooklyn Lake and all 6"E tATown the propoied-annex area, and Is made public at the hear
Of Loch Lomond. ( ) ing on February 22.
The Madonnas Circle will per will be held on Saturday at friends of President Sheets. Mrs. Janet Hayner and Mrs. predicted that some opponents Mr. Lee advises that any-,
meet Wednesday Feb. 23, at Feb. 19. at the Woman's Club. whose aim Is to Increase the Madelene Blakely formerly of Petitions have been circulating LAKE might be won over when the one wishing to sign the petitions -
I p.m. at the Educational build- Adults. $2.25 and children, half membership to 100. Mr. and Half Moon Lake, and new residents like wildfire through the I ta6Nf city explains Its position) at now being circulated may
ing. price. The Supper begins at Mrs. AP Hallman were back of Orlando spent the area during the past few days. yA next week's hearing. do so by contacting the following -
5:30 p.m. Anyone who has attended with the members after a long past weekend with Mr. and with several hundred signatures persons:
Circle 1 will be held at the this annual affair can absence. Rev. W.N.HotalenwhS Mrs. Herman Scllroeder In tIIelr reportedly) already affixed to In the meanwhile, the opposition Frank T. Lee Brooklyn Lake

home of Mrs R. P. BarkerJr. attest to the superior food was to be the speaker on The new home near Lake Geneva. the protesting documents (see ) is bolstering its effort 473-4429; Robert L. Ennls, Sr.,
Circle 2 will meet at the served. Congo, la home on furlough and Janet Is associated with the story,above). *of, and W. P.Lake(Coon) Wilson Brooklyn Lake 473-1551; M. S.

home of Mrs. Roy Bridges; The monthly covered dish attending the Conference. His same company\ she was with census, however Is that the is Brooklyn said he Glance Brooklyn Lake, 473-
Councilman inviting all
Circle 3 at the home of Mrs. luncheon will be held at noon U.S. home If Toccoa Falls before moving to Keystone as Roy Watkins who boundaries, as verbally! described of theproposed 4590 Mrs. Gilmer N. Jackson -
Emily Leon; Circle 4 at the at the club house ,on February Ga. where Rev. Scripture was bride of the late Earl Hayner, was last assigned Council the task at the by Mayor Ray Starnesat area to attend an organization Bedford Lake 473-3230;

home of Mrs. Albert Bach- 22. formerly an Instructor. Rev. who was tragically killed In a the description meeting of of the writIng the last council meeting, 27, in the meeting Keystone Sunday Masonic, Feb. Mrs C. W. Owens, CrystalLake

John Flt2stevens of Gainesville hunting accident. proposed would roughly approximate the Hall at 2:30 to 473-4245; Mr. J. B.
annexation p.m. strategy
was also ft guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts boundaries, accompanying: sketch. These for. map DUl, Brooklyn Lake. 4734491.
spent several days with their said yesterday that ha had not could be subject to change a continuing fight a- Mr. Lee urges all who wishto
The business meeting was son In the Orlando area, where had time to complete the Job, however after-- or even before galnst the proposal if the elec- state their opposition to con
GAINESVUJLILBusiness ,drlef; ,' with the members voting he Is a State Trooper. so lines can only be described .- next Tuesday's meet. tion Is actually called. tact these people! at once.

.. to enjoy Game Day on "Feb.- 24 ..Mrs. .Reed Margo Martin In general terms. The con- Ing.
; -'at'lao-'PJn.: Member are'ureed'to formerly of Keystone Heights .. -
DirectoryAUTO bring guests. We and now of Aitenacben showed
may be senior citizens In age this reporter) who stopped off Things To.Do This Month ARE THEY
but we are far from aging In to visit her recently picturesof
spirit and fellowship. Mrs. Ethel little grandson as ,he smiled For Flowers 'VegetablesTomato
Is chairman and
SALES, GARDEN SUPPLIES Weyman and was so happy In his new ,
Is always assisted by a mem-
portable) and ultra utility chair,
ber volunteering to help In both
BRASINGTONCADILLAC the game play and the refresh- friends provided and by several local plants that have not Many palms show a severe
church and
Johnson Far! Inc. ment time.SENIORS Unfortunantly club been frozen by the severe coldsof manganese deficiency at this
groups.) the Mar-
OLDSMOBILE the past week will be sub time of year. Symptoms appearIn

SALES A SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS ACTIVITIES tina antique breaklns shop and had the loss tworecent ject to early spring leaf miner the bud area or In the new ANTS TERMITES
This is 1972. a few months according to the Florida Nurserymen fronds as "frizzle top." These OC
Cars quite heavy As Mr.
f Used was Reed
Fine Selection
fronds remain
Insecticide Pet .sapple.FERTILIZERS after the White House Confer- and Growers Association. small distorted .
has been
Taken jOa Cadlllae TradesZOM ence of Dept. of Aging. Always recovering from serious In order to control leaf or poor) color and often will
cause mllliort of dollar of
N.W. 13th Ph. I1I-63tI Illness and was a patientin '1 It pays to b* .urel! Termites!
keep posted by reading Joe the Veterans Hospital the miner, you should spray your die. The tree will have a flattop damage to structures annually. thorough Inspection b/ a
We Beat 'JFertlltaer Spreaders Kerrl n'l report In this paper shop Is being closed. Mr. Martin plants weekly with an applies-- appearance. An application trained expert Is often memory to discover their pr.*eOe*
Barkley Mdtors IncTOYOTA U4 N.W. lib Ph. 178-M7C on the programming for Is at home In Interlachen tlon of diazlnon.Fungicidal materials of manganese sulfate Is effect- because by noture the termite work in seclusion
Senior Citizens nationwide. Joe and Improving slowly but lost are compatible with dlaslnon ive In correcting this prob WEI INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES
attended the White House Con- as well as are the materials lem. The amount applied will
considerable weigh
GLASS ference as well as a sessionat that control worms.One depend on the tree but generally
4 wheel drive 'and /.leg Gainesville when Commissioner Mrs. Houston Driscoll Is of the best materials for wormsIs a half pound for a small LORIDA
Sale. Part. Service Arthur Flemming formerly confined to her home with an sevln. When you apply any tree and six pounds for a large
acute attack of what
Clean Used- TeyoU UDDELL Secretary of U.S. Dept. generallyIs Insecticide or fungicide to an tree Is adequate.Gardenia .
called but Mr. EST
of Health Education and Wel- arthritis edible crop, always read the buds will be forming s
1'700 N. Main S'I'I-uee'' fare and now General ChaIr- Driscoll tens us, the doctors directions carefully and observe this month and the FNGA

GIa? *. Company man of the Dep. of Aging.Many\ have .pew name and treatment the time you must wait suggests that you keep your' 0 ONTROL
Is somewhat different:
Beauty AcademyPOWELL'S legislative acts will be. programmed after spraying before eating plants well watered. A light Phone
"Obis Err Every 1"1Irp" Ie" as the results of me Marion has enjoyed good the crop. application of fertilizer can be 964-5745
health for ail her life, and to A CHEMICAL COMPANY
Store Fronts-Mirrors Conference, and every Senior applied, but too much fertilizer -
be so confined: friends cards New tomato applied when a plant Is
a Tub Ezaclmaee8bowerz and their Junior families plants can beset
Beauty Academy 0 Furniture Tope Glass Re should be aware and act on and ciated.messages are most appre- this month. They may need In bloom will cause excessivebud

placed these new and much needed protection from late spring idrop.ew
Learn a Profs-fan In Your services. frosts. Plants set out and well growth appearingon
Spare Time. FdU.. Part Time NEW LOCATION cared for will produce an early most plants, there will be
2t' NW. lOttl 878-aTM r---/A.l crop of tomatoes before the hot an Increase in Insects especially -
JIt So. Main G>'lmvUto summer months. aphlds-and this means

ELECTRIC. MOTORS S.E. MCKAY February is the month to more spraying! Malathlon Is a KeystoneSERVICE
372.8191 ; 372.1102MOTORCYCLES REALTOR prune back your roses. Excessive good control of aphids on most

ELECTRIC The wedding will be an eventof small stems, wild canes, plants. If you notice new leaves
Keystone rits. 473-4816 July 31 at St. William's and diseased canes should be curling you'd better get out State
Motor Repair Co: AIM AND IIUVICI Catholic Church In Keystone removed at this time of year. the old spray can and spray BANK

Of CtalnecvlUe. Jno. HOMESACREAGESRENTALS Heights. If you' are an enthusiastic rose for aphlds. One of the most MEMBER F.D.I.C.
; grower you will know that the useful sprayers for homeowners -
Repairing Rewinding; u8w a.An rose Is just before active growth Is the compressed air tank
,New and Used .:;...'? Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. for the spring. After pruning sprayer. These come with capacities Our Full-Service .MeansDRIVEIN :

2816 W. 16th Ph. S7M3M ..... M.lb Ilg.n .11-4140. Hayes announce the engagement according to the FNGA, you can of one to five gallons)
H, of their daughter Dana
.... Col. J i < L.
/ Sue to Jeffrey Lee Batts, son)
P'ioh.lC.n In 5 to 7 weeks. Don't forgetto adjustable spray nozzle and long banking.
'-.. ''''''' -.P. 471-ioIi
:r-r: of Mrs. Janice H. Betts and
feed your rose bushes after wand, Oils sprayer should give
ecuaxrmnasals; Wheel to the window
the late John L. Batts. up
have excellent
.. you pruned them. you spray coverage.
for transactions.
e Moving -------..- .-..-...... HUU.U"U "' '____' ,1 !Ir
e Storage racking
=: C72:9527: FAST LOAN service for
e Crating Shipping ,
fete Estimates CaD (t- 0COMCT CV' LI. Disrincrzve J: ) mortgage car and per.
PRINTING .. 1 sonal! loans..

___ BANK BY MAIL makes

it easy. Just a quick step

S i) / to the post box.CHECKING .

We have the complete facilities I that makes it easy to pay
154 NJE.!: Wo' ... Ovflle 1 /
m-:;,. and know how to successfully serve ,bills I keep a record.
I 1
AUTO. SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co.C'vllle l your every printing need. Letter. ,' : SAFE DEPOSIT vaults

BLOUNT PONTIAC: Shopping Or. 3725351Farm \ press offset, engraving are'all part where all valuables and

GMS INC. of our service. We print color or documents are secure.
and Industrial!
block and white. Call us, compareour Ft SAVINGS ACCOUNTSand

.. Equipment quality and prices. Savings Certificates

... e, that pay highest permissible

Santa Fe :Tractor, Stationery Catalogs interest rates.

Factory Authorised FORD ?" ,. Business Forms .; Envelopes I Try U. Out
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1ngbj 4ssiHe getilie job cloiae ..' .

George Husgins
J *w SALE Stark. Golf -< -
Country: Club ready. for WATER FRONT I.SFOR O.C. Came Nursery SAVE .
THINGS Charge .... ..L7fCover betiding 'CIII'or for ln etinent. SALE!: the t-ena Distance' JIMMY MOORBSSUN .
ABOUT r Thousands of Plants **
Lake art
\J ( IS wefts) Lots area approximately 1/2 On Crosby: SPORTSMOORS
Mr and larger. Paved road Lab Cu RL )Caml ft* fen Trait Trace Shade Trees, P..hone Cdih.V. .
Back word ever IS-7eWe only; I minute from town. 'WS e. 8 feet deep) Located' 'm. Evergreens, Camellias, new handle air line.tickets BOAT'! POia
Extra Charge If not ,c r'JM.'t701.: S LiD. to aWELDING sunrUclC State Road 100. 3 mile Wee* !tAzalcaa) Roses cruises. and tours.
HELLO everybody. Again by In Bradford County, and works of Stark. Fla. Monitor**.xw YOUR MONEY
newspaper! I want to talk about only Bradford County, Eddie Paid. In advanceCLASSIFIED don cottage mobile jpAD e* MssI la .*". Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING We, offer**.speclel package
a few thing. Rlppllnger has had excellent DISPLAY rpart Tear. ef N.w Stark Ph.; 894-5731
I have always followed the training from Don. He a* the ..... Per Inch = atW.29f,0O. $340. W XL SUE..el: Stark. Hwy. IMnonthome World A
policy>> that If you could not say qualities for success and Is SHOP down and SSlM zfi .. 1N ast-sus Disney Complete> Outboard
omethtng good about some putting them Into practice Memorials R*.ehiUa** (61/2'L( sbnpl.Id.er Call 964-7449'; Stern Ditto Berries andRepair.
thing Just change the BUbject.So ,. each day. We welcome Eddie, Proclamation, etc -7e word r' Complete Fiber
ril not talk about most of and his wife, of less than a Whlepaling" Plow -Mp'. Call 964.7701 .h.*. *> I TOWN FINANCE CO. laaa
February weather because It year to our county.: ; We are CARDS OF THANKS tel US SOl & PIMM pjU-weebaay*. Tho Glass Shop "P.O. Box 4>& N. Temple (bnllt FlbergiseCishing.
has sure been unfavorable moat most fortunate to have men W word. or lee .. .... ..1... 951elD2VflLITT .- --"'-
of the like 'these two representingand Glass Boat*.
Back word ever (*-7e
A days ago anyone who talking Farm Bureau. : TIIAIum8 WANTED: MaldatTo- !oIo- For
depends on soil conditions) fora CUSTOM IIUILT6AS tel. Good jay tfchg. -... _
favorable economic return eee FOR SALE-International TncI -
FOR SALEOne single bed. AND ELECTRIC AH CARS and TRUCKS lerBra...
would tell you that It was FOR SALE- Gibson Guitar' $100or I tor. Home made front end loader -
doubtful that Bradford County; If you are a recent receiverof maple, springs and mattress, WFLDINO BRAZING best offer Call 964-7337 Installed WhIe>U>WaIt .. 9250 or best offer 782-
soil had ever been much wet- this paper yon may not one gas heater. One Phil T. V. SHEET: METAL 3:30 lip Custom Vinyl Ante Tops 3752. It
ter. Even though top vegetation understand why I bring Farm 20 In. screen, needs tubes. ,TRAILER niTCHMINSTALLED after : jun. ... .
still look good root performance Bureau so much Into my Best offer. Ph. 964-8493. 1017 N. Main G'vffl SINGER Touch Sew. Guaranteed -
cannot respond to give writing. Being a full time employee Up Winds bobbin In machine,
maximum production. With us of the Florida Agricul- HOUSEKEEPER WantedMa '11M'S'NEW Volkswagen111w 'make clg-cag patterns monograms -
In Bradford County we have '
; buttonholes, overcasts
had best strawberry tural Extension Service for Justa tare, reliable. lit 2 weeks of Taking application fag a Card
always our 11
few month short of thirty- WE NOW HAVE diamond needles blind hem.. See locally. pay-
when harvest did ; March. Good pay.Ph.96405229. AND USED .....
season gents
Cash discount.
two I know how Farm for any make or model \IlI! ments of 35.26. :
not begin until about first Bureau always supported me 12_ ..tereop1ayer.Dahmer'.DIscount FHA 235New Win take trade. Write Credit
week In March. We have been In County, Agent work. llou... ttchgBRADFORD PARTS 1 IlL Nerih.f'nit MadGAi11EaY5LSli Manager Box 473, Winter Haven -
picking some strawberries for Now that I am eligible to INCOME TAX SERVICEWe Brick 3 and 4. \ ; Florida 33880. 3tp 3/2
probably six week With a serve and I am President of are happy to announce that & CLAY County-; SERVICE Bedroom Home
season like this has been thereIs Bradford County Farm Bureau, G. Phillip Redmon and Margaret Brown' ft Morris Plumbing Deep And Shalfoir tVdJ Can for Detail
too much variation In re*- I want to recognise: and pay. Crosby have Just completed Contractor. Repair. Re- Water Softener ....
and will not have
pons we tribute to the organization that an advance course In modellng-New Construction PBtePlmnbiqSu Low Down Payment! repaired CAR BEGS
8 TRACK T.U'EDecks
of harvest when
period peak
1* Nation wide and carries the income tax preparation, and Phone 904.8131 or 284-0964. and-.Moderate Monthly Dls-
all fields are at their and cleaned at ,
best grower about the same time. slogan Agriculture of being* t the "Voice of :you will In be filling most out happy your to Income assist 6tp 3/23_ pu_ Payments _.:count, fast .service tfchg Gulf Service!

Enough farmer and farm Interested FOR SALECamper and Trail. LONGCIIAMP, HOMES J Used Parts
See people believe that to Town Finance Company, 226N. sr, 800. Call 964-8091 from
: OF
make It the largest farmer Temple Ave. 964-7449 tfchg" 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.; after 1 call ALL, MAKES!: -1
In an effort to keep Farm organization In the U.S. HereIn 984-5306. Itp PHONE 984.706'1DURRANCE fealki slake USED CARS
Bureau before our people I Florida we have 50,000mam- HAMPTON LAKE LOTS TV
wat to say we have the best her. Paved road 75 feet water front. FOR SALE-1960 Chevell*.327. In this' whole area
service representative In 1000.00 down, 81,000.00ayear A. .peed, Candy apple green. PUMP A SUPPLY CO. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service'
the state. See Int.. One price. Real sharp. Star Lite Motel. $200.00 DOWN, new brick and
Our senior representative D. take :your choice.. A. J. Thomas ,lip block home. Payment* a* low USED PARTS
M. Hale some call him Don Just last week County; legislative Starke Fla. a* $70.00 a month. You may
and some call him Mallette, committee representative HOOF TRIMMING- Folll*. SEWING lACHINI----!: ; qualify If you earn between Hwy. 301 Nr Waldo
lives near Lake Butler but ha* were In Tallahssee meetIng FOR RENT-Tobacco allotment Ph. 9848635. 5tp 2/17 elied an* adjusted In nII r' $70 and $140.00 a week. Call- .468-1998
worked Bradford County; for with the legislators in the L92 acres, 3,177 Ibs. Call before borne, eo.00. Vaewawe Cleaner. Crown Builder. 964-8337.
about fifteen year. He 1* a Interest of bills affecting Agri 12 a.m. after 6:30 p.m. NEWLY REMODELED Horn repa. awo. AU worgv**wiJed. tfchg.
natural farm boy and that 1* culture. It was a most profi- 782-3903.2tp 2/17 For Sal* 8 bedroom.J all .Dennis E.: CoggftM, PI-..
lib best quality; for' being table opportunity., The legislators new large baths. 14 z 12 riving 43I.142& Cfc FOR SALE- FOR SALE12 acres mountain
successful In his business. were patient and receptive CASH MONEY for lit or 2na room, ;alga aen. bow bath Farman International land 10 miles northeast Asheville -
Cub Tractor with
You will always find tile great a* we talked to them Mortgages, call John Bradley In kitchen cabinet Large 121 fast N. C. Joins hard road.
FOR RENT Trailer foV hitch with disc and bottom
c(farm related about different bill. 3/2 with tree. high and Write Howard Peniand, 21231St.
; 964-5U10. 8tchg: x 200 lot .
sons very friendly and very Our Tax Collector J. R. dry Rd. 100 Eat. 3 mile. F.P.L. Call after 8:00 jun, plow and moat all cultivator SW, Hickory N. C., 28601.
Kelly and Billy Noegel makeup house Call 904-3238Ifchg. attachment Very good con Phone 704/324-8738. 4tp.3/2
helpful. FOR RENT-1-3 bedroom Very convenient term
,dition. Contact Vemon Reddish
With the responsibility; of<< our legislative committee.Any at 521 W. Pratt 1-2 bedroom 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday; thru ,
Farm Bureau service Union time you have something house at 525 11r. Pratt, call ;Saturday. Ttchg: INTERSTATE MOBILE Home 9646530. 4tchg: 3/2 FOR SALE- Used Queen size
Baker and Bradford Counties you think might legislators 964-5855. Mrs. R. E. Mun- movtmr In Fla. Call 96.s.'80 water bed. Also foam rubber
and with a little age and excessive 'should Interest our dorff. tchg: WE GIVE SERVICEWe get tfchsj pads to make twin beds Intoa
weight and no IncreaseIn talk to them yourself or talk result! List your property; for king lire bed. Call 964.
available working hour. It to J. R. or Bill. I can tell OLIN' MOBILE HOMES- ale with has. Call today.. EXISTING 3016. Itchg:
was necessary that Don take on at they are Interestedthine x 60 Mobile Home 2 bedroom. BILL POWELL BROKER9648484 '' WATSON'S
an associate early In 1971. welfare an4 progressof furnished 93,995, delivered and or 964-6810. U/d1r
What proof do we have that Bradford County., set up. tchg FUFMTUffcQaallty HOUSE VACUUMS FOR SALE
Don get about over his three HOMES .Alan! brand of new vacuum
counties. ? Well the fact that See TOM FRISBEE LAKE FRONT Home hltirtahlsIs ,939.00 up. Used machine from I Frame House 'In new condition !- .
even. with always having time JAN FRISBEE FARMS '10. Expert Repair all makes.
ACREAGEWe bedrooms, living
3 room
As of this past Tuesday,February CaotemCarpettoB IMaear4se
to talk for several year be AVAAAMfFORYOUR Pact and Accessor! for all, 2 baths, outside
15. Bradford County; INCOME TAX SERVICE Built la Central vac.umn dining room.
was one of about the : vacuum nice lot.
.tat* that eJUM: tIIrt.1n sale membership' was 545.A membership Need H-i.ttngs. Beat iBtorlors lit,. Vtote LOT cleaning systems' 712 N. city, on

of Farm one Bureau million dollars Life) Insurance.worth:of the In.entire Farm'Bureau family. .' includes $3.00 up Reasonable Of s;;ele I if We Can.., Arrange; MM Park Ave M4-C311'i< Greats. PMlp M Slain Gainesville 378-7110' 2 neat.,bedroom Some frame furniture house Includedon very

Then at a recent bow Piet he Post accurate To Finance.' RUGS- 'x' 9. $3.19; t'x: 12, 2.7 acre of land. Several
9 P.M.
also received award for being Every Day 9 A.M. CALL $3,500 598. Many colon and pattern nice storage buildings. Outside
the -1971 Champion In sale of Seaaters are told about poverty Sr. 21,3 MI. N. Mlddleburj *. Also larger .ID.at city, limit. _
fire and automobile policies. aomg the aged I but N.xt Door Fla. Statewide REESE C. BRADLEY SEWINGMACHINE HAMMER'S DISCOUNT. lOt/cng 2 bedroom nice cement block

Now all that take a lot of nag find it bard .. eader- Realty WALTER WILLIAMS, INC.1389Cassett 3/23 home. Fire place enclosed eaI I
going and lot of talking-. staid fleering that ether old 391-11818 tacos. Fr rage. Near Lawtey on 301.

Now about hi*associate Another people can do a. they do afterS. Phone 2825079TAKE Ave, OP 5 acre. of land on paved highway -
Union County; boy but live $ rna for re-election. eTP-//hsu ,4tp. 1-jy, 2-17 Sale and Service INSURANCEAT near Lawtey.

2 BR house, tarnished. No pets. DOYLE E. CONNER

$$9:50 up tchg. PHONE 96 -7826
Port l. Repairs ert 421 W. MADISON ST.
0T ell ether Mak. .Ma,. DANNY'S
home. One used Mobile

> OR SERVICESOR PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL Sales Home., 100 Olln's West Mobile Starke Home tfchg.

611 W. Univ. Av%. U.<<' Walnutawr3.9d4slSa ,
Gainesville. Florida' I wide
LEAVE IT FOR SALEPick uTrack! 378-1355 Call Jacksonville r room trailer outside' city Mm1U -
Ya Camper Topper. Olkv Mobil J.B. White. 964-61IV If
Collect I, no answer call 964-9799::
Home Sale. 100 West Stark. .
*u n &HJLA-8 Bedivom 2 bam PENSACOLA HAY for sale'
tfchg brick home, located Country 181.4055 Phone 964-7679. tfchg.
Club Estate. Central. and
,p 37-1/2 Acres West Starke A Hole la Your Roof
air fully carpeted.
Edward Road to Butler Road. FOR SALELake side cottage
.1 We'll take 1C Your regular Paved Road and In- Approximately 1-1/0 'aere *f to be movedApprox.. 1000 sq Or A
deposits Into your savings account dustrlal and Railroad. J land. Call Bill Powell st 964- FOR SALE- Slim Gym. Phone ft. aluminum aiding,2 BR,large
that Is. If* such a good Thomas, Realtor. Tel 964-570! 6464 or 964-6810 after 3per. 964-5390. Itp family room. Ideal for small {WHOLENEW
r'' feeling to see the figure grow family. Buford MitchelL Phone
6{; In your account book. Open ------- - -- -- ----- ---------------- --- 964-6853. 2tchg: .2/17
.FOUND- Walker hound. initial -
your saving account: now at '
First Federal Saving & Loan stamped In ear 964-7671. WANTEDGirl over 21 to tend ROOFJ
Association: If you do not already Jerry Rowe. Itp FACT HELP NEE1 bar at Blue' Tavern. Rotate
& J Roofing Co.
: have one. shift 964-9959 or 964-8077.
WANTEDUsed furniture refrlgerator I I

*, washer.111.- Owen Jesse' ef FlerMo Inc. needs ...--end...*, able STANLEY HOME Product Phone 964-8088 or 4734735.
mer's Discount: House tf/chg bold factory hi,. K. experience necessary. need. 3 ladle for special part Hlway 301 South .
.rtlftie. fringe' .benefits.IT Ume work car necessary. We .
Are You Getting The Most CARPETS and lift too can be Steady ".rII. ev train yon Call or write EdithA.

beautiful If you use Blue Lus Sugar 454-2748, High FOR SALE One chicken barn
For Your Money? tre. Rent electric ihampooerU YOU AR< WILLING TO WORK. APPLYOWEN Springs.) tip< 2/24 complete to be moved. 130'X
$ Derrick
be.. Builder AT 24 with water gas and
Hardware Fla. It t Supplies, Stark. JOIST .4'Q.a.lses Ad ta the TELaVbrniaa electricity.; Call after II ::00.
OBAPN' -lt.. 964-5153. Stehg. 2/17.
Savings Deposited In First
HAY FOR SALE-Kxcelieni: quality << Lleceln City Read. Monday through Friday'
; "0.00 per ton.J. R. Wain

Federal Earn From 5-6% wrlght.1/3 Phone 9647835. 3tchg 7,00 A.M.. T. 5:00 P.M. al

Per Annum WANTED- bedroom hawse or .,;

With Earnings Companded Quarterly .Apt, furnished or unfurnished.'Starke ,. 65I., .
431-1867. '''
area, phone
B f F fUB fi fB FfSnHfftBStt UMary

Passbook And Certificate SavingsIn Itp FOR SALE- '64 and '63 Cor- / Carter Paints :::1' :3 BEDROOM 2 BATH

By The 10th Earn From The 1st ,Tain.Saturday Call and 984-5015 Sunday.after lip 12:00: WALL, TO WALL''


We Pay St Intangible Tax On Savings Invested Here. TV.SALE Up ON to 9100 MOTOROLA discount Quasar-Dah- THROUGHOUT! down

mer's Discount Rouse 4tchg: Same Prices As Jacksonville

0. HwralMM Advertised PricesdEtPRIIES AND SET UP ON YOUR LOTWorld's
rim TVn*. _f *... .. 3,... FOR RENT-1 bedroom house.
fcH" _t .... M SiM,... Phone 9645193. Up
CIM4 ....t4ey Larpit Dealer In Mobil Homes
FOR SALE- Garnished House
FIRST FEDERALSavings and extra lot, 93,000 Cash
LUlle Webb 2253 Sleepy Hollow -

L and Loan Association of Starke 7. Dr.2tp224 Ph. 964-6873 after rf GIVEN AWAY 2nd MONDAY BIOi

sows Ptora inc.Phone .
FOR RENT- race 3 ,a
"The Home If S N.'"uNwsoItrr.! .... house In Starke, also bedroom 3 bedroom c*....'In .... ..".t.* .....,. Me ,.rci.... .oc....". ,
h OfSavmp house In country. W. H. Melrose, Florida 475-1751
Noumea tfchg:

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