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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 24, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest:Strawberries This Side Of Heaven

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t; School Plans $50,000Expansion HintedA


hint that other


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annex additionalarea
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y to 'Keystone

:Ugh School seniors $50,000 expansion to make room Heights If a referen-

;leave now graduated for 25 additional sewing machine oper- dum effort falls was

:Ahead of the class ators has been announced by Vogue Manufacturing
tossed out at an overflow -
'under a new law Co. to be completed by mid-
hearing in the
;passed by the state May.
municipal building
:legislature which
The 50 by 120 foot addition Tuesday night.In .
.Went into effect July to Vogue's plant on SR-IOO south

:1., 1971. \ (the old bowling alley building) a move that one annex-
';. will house a shipping and receiving Council protester, W. P. Shaw, termed

I Actually the students will not department and will "blackmail," Council Chair-
receive their diploma until June warehouse piece goods,accord- man Everett Fox reminded the
along with the rest of the seniorclass Ing to General Manager Charles Vetoes group that "there are other
: at graduation exercises, Flynn. The Bradford County means of annexation" and said
:put the IS are no logger enrolled Development Authority Is assisting he would favor the legislativeact
: a"Y r Vogue In arranging fi- approach if referendum efforts -
In school. Many have now found jit I nancing. Radar
: fall.
1Jan.ll.
.eaunlearning are furthering their e u- .4 Ir.Inr.-w + Vogue currently employs 42
: In an institution of higher operators with an average -Councilman Huntley Ted-
: or are Just lounging' salary around$80. The 25 additional Starke policemen will haveto fearn, Jr. said he would not
Around the house. Coleman of Jacksonville, cantor Is Miss up and Mary Ann' Barton, right Is first runn.r-up. operators will pulhVogue' catch speeders without a favor such a move.COWlcllman .

:: All of this was made possible Bradford Count/ Ra,. Sands kit I Is second runnerIt. payroll to$255,000 per decreed radar unit February, the City IS In Council turn- Gay Livingstonsaid
he had not made his
with total of 67 up
:3qr the state legislature which year a em-
Ing down Mayor Carl Hurst'arequest mind at this poInt.Councilman .
:passed a law requiring seniors ployees.
for the
new fangled gad- Vergle Homerdid
:-to attend school only the time adding operators prior to May
''necessary for graduation after It.a It. If he can find a way to clear got.The not voice an opinion.
council dlcln'twantStarke -Councilman
the first semester of their : Wins floor apace of piece goods now to be labeled a speed trap, was not present.Roy Watkins
,senior 18IIr.'.All other, grades Jax Beauty: has on hand. Boxes of material -
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e.n 1** take' about FoX said he would favor the
VZtntn ill..third grade on up are : : now up a But with use of a radar unit
" "''""required to", complete a school third of the 5,16U square city police this waek clockeda legislative route, If necessary,
'. day,The law defines school foot bowling alley building; driver they've been tryingto because he thought annexation

'day as .* minimum of 5 net Flynn even has some goods catch at 47 mph on St. Clair was necessary to the survival
hours!, excluding Intermission. stored In his office.Manufacturing Street In a 25 mtle-an-hour of Keystone Heights He said
'The first through third grades the city could not continue to
Miss Bradfotitle" boy's pants zone. Since the drjv,r was goIng -
''are required to attend school Vogue Is currently turning out 15 miles an hour ever the render needed services for pre
for four net hours and kindergarten 6,000 garments per week.-Production speed limit he was required to sent and future growth unlessIt
,; and nurseries three should Increase to appear in Mayor's Court: broadened Its tax base.

.hours. 9,000 garments perweek, Flynn Februarv 15. Unable to pay his Don Partridge, of Jackson-
A dimpled, Jacksonville nisi Hal'iraves'of says. fine of $101 he is ville of a weekend cot-
After the first pretty Queen and Newberry Water- sponsored by Draw-Tile Corp.of Keystone now serving owner
BHS these 15 semester at miss Janelle Lynn Coleman, melon Queen, and is the 1971 Starke. Heights. Vogue has operated In Starke 10 days In the Starke Jail. tage on Brooklyn Lake, said
fifteen students had thenecessary 23, la the first Mlsi Bradford Queen of the Florida Crown Other contestants were Miss Some 200 persons attendedthe for two years. The firm Is Request for the radar unit, "We Just want to be let a-
for credits required County, having won the title Council of Chambers of Com- Ball Snider of Lake City Miss event in the Starke Elemen- currently purchasing the bawlIng which nails down beyound question lone. If you don't have money
graduation. Saturday night in a contest sponsored merce. She was sponsored by Stacy Powell of Jacksonville tary School Cafetorium. Emcee alley building from the how fast a car 'Is travel- enough to run your city right,
by the Starke Junior Wo Miss Pat White Jacksonville Ing, camo after a why don't raise taxes ?"
Five other students who did Koch's Drug Store of Starke. Miss Cindy Westmoreland of was ,complaint you now
man's club. and Miss Con- television personality.Green (See Page 5)) recently of speeder on St.
not have the necessary fifteen High Springs, Uppermost in the minds of
Miss Sands, 18, Is the cur- Clair Street. Once the topic
credits but were close to the First runner-up Is Miss Mary rent Miss Lake City Community the protesters, who filled the
came up, It came out that the
number had their schedules reduced Ann Barton Jacksonville. Sec- College. She was first run- council chamber to overflow-
problem !s not confined to St.
that attend ond Is Miss Raye Ing, was the question "What
runner-up
so they can In the 1971 Bradford Clair :
ner-up Street but is city wide.
class in the morning and work Sands, Macclenny Miss Cole- Strawberry Queen Pageant. services can the city give us
in:ih-attemoon. man won a $200 scholarship Miss Sands is a graduate of "We're tired of It. It's lust In exchange for our tax dollars
and is now eligible to enter Baker High School and is a like a freeway over there," ?"
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:Next year two new programs the Miss Florida Contest anda freshman at LCCC. She was said St. Clair Street resident The answer was: garbage and
are 'expected which will permit possible chance at the Miss a y 'ryF Freddie Stephens, who has trash pick-up service twice a

.seniors to leave school early. America Pageant. small children, when he ap- week, and some street light-
peared before the city council -
;*One program is that at the Miss Barton received a $100 Stamp to request action two weeks ing.Former councilman
end of the 11th grade a student scholarship and Miss Sands a Cars and down the George
ago. go up LaRue said It would requirea
may enter a college or university $50 scholarship. All three received -
street at speeds In excess of
million 1-1/2
million
or dollar -
instead of completing his trophies. The queen was .. 65 mph, Stephens said. bond issue to
provide need-
crowned Gene Shaw ProgramTo
senior year of high school-lfthe by Rep
Incensedat
Stephens became so ed services
student maintains a C a- of Starke. to the proposed
n the speeding traffic that he annexation area within a rea-
Winner of the First Annual placed metal beams across the sonable time."It can't be done
(See Page 5)) Bradford County Beauty Pag OpenBradford's street recently, but police had with nickles and dimes." he

eant, Miss Coleman, is a for- them removed. said.: "Otherwise! people In the
mer Miss North Florida Junior "You can rid a police car annexed area won't be able to
College and Miss Greater Jacksonville new food stamp up and down the street and enjoy the benefits."

a modeling and singing career. for business In the old Flor- Mayor Hurst said at that time. by- the Keystone Heights Vol-
She sang "Summertime" from ida Bank building at Call and But when the police cars leave, unteer Fire Department and

"Porgy and Bess" as her tal- Walnut Streets In Starke next the speeding starts again, he many residents of the outside
Wednesday March I as sche said. ,
ent Saturday night. duled. A radar device would solve area contribute annually to sup

Miss Coleman is a graudate cases like St. Clair Street, port of the department through
of Terry Parker High School The county Is now In its final Mayor Hurst told the council honorary memberships.Fox .
I In Jacksonville and hat attended week of distributing free com Tuesday night. "I wish I ccu'd also said that the Keystone -
North Florida Junior Col- modities. That program ends move but I do highly recom. Police Department already -
lege. She was sponsored by Friday after six years here. Lu mend. ." baying or renting answers calls in the surrounding -
Faulkner's Gulf Service In a radar unit, the mayor said. area.
WRIGHT Starke. Still working In the commodities =a Frank Lee of Lake Brooklyn
office in the county A unit could be bought for $!- with
presented a petition approximately -
AMUSEMENT PARK Miss Barton,, 19, was the 1970 civil defense building, Mrs. Blue Ribbon winner Lit Scott demonstrates her award winning project to 600 or rented for $38.10 permonth 500 signatures! of

Bradford County Strawberry Betty Bennett Is also busy other first place winners in the Bradford Middle School's Science Fair. he said,adding he wished property!; owners of the affected
UP TO DATE RIDES certifying residents for the food the city would rent one for at area, protesting the pro-
AND CONCESSIONS stamp. Since being named supervisor least six months. posed annexation. A similar
Council of the new food stamp The Bradford Sheriffs Office,
presented
Special petition J was by residents
program Mrs.Bennett has been the Florida Highway! Patrol, Christian
11.5.301South of the Keystone
(
) Meeting PostponedStarke's processing foreUblbUlfy; for the 10 BMS Science Students and the Waldo Police Department Colony, and a letter was

Feb. 18 27 food stamps persona already all have radar units the read from officials of Parkof
receiving form of public mayor said. The St; Clair the Palms, both located on
Doily 4 to 12 special city council assistance and also those persons speeder, he said, was caught Lake Brooklyn. The letter

Saturdays Noon 12 meeting to probe a $631.90 bill receiving commodities. with a borrowed radar unit. stated that additional taxes that
to for electrical work has been Persons In neither of those Will Compete In BHS FairKelley would be Imposed on Park of

rescheduled for 5 p.m. ,next categories but who believe their "I agree with the mayor. If the Palms Church, Inc., a non-
Sponsored By Tuesday Feb. 29, at city It'll slow down
these
Income level makes them eligible speeders, profit corporation, would Impede
Starke Woman's Club hall for food stamps are asked Ten: Bradford Middle School with "Vorte('..neratori" Garret OK(," Councilman Billy Noegel future planned development
The. meeting was originallyset ; Jenny Tomllnson said.'I .
,_ To Raise Mon.y For for Tuesday, Feb. 22, but to apply after next Wednesday, students won the right to com- Joy Clemons, "Blowing up Bal- John Cooper and Beverly don't want radar in the of the complex.
was candeled because of the at the old bank building In pete In the Bradford High School loons with Yeast;"Cynthia Wil- Meng. city" Councilman: Jimmy Mo- John G. Meyer, business administrator -
.' Club Starke.In science fair this month and director of
House later with
Remodelling death of former Starke Police son "Mice on and off Raw stated flatly.His vote would
Of fleer Clarence Hutcheson who January there were 1,352 by taking first place blue ribbons Vitamin C;" Larry White,"Re Mike Emery Beth Phillips be negative no matter what the Park of the Palms, later explained -
Fun for all the Is also the father-in-law of persons receiving free commo with their science projects placement of Sunlight by Var- Arthur Qulcksall.Margaret Ann that the corporation U
Family
Police Chief Ken Fuqua dices Including 780 persons this week. ious Colors of Light;" 'Gary Norman, Mike Odom Lewis rest of the council did McRae studying i plans for a sewage

c-.r The bill In question was Incurred who receiving public assistanceand The first winners will Bakken with "The Virus Tobacco Cooper, Larry Reed, Glenda said, to Chairman Nell Tuck- disposal plant as part of Its
place
er's
Etch Epps, Gloria Strickland and De- halfway suggestion that overall future development. He
by the Police Department 561 who were Just receiving ninth on the Hindu Rope
TIii; ((i:ummuniti| for work during remodel- commodities. That is a drop compete later against this month the for graders the Plant;" Jennifer Jockel, "Re- bra Jordan won white! ribbons the radar be rented and tried was told by the Council that
gulation of for third place projects"Those for a short time. If such a plant is constructedand
ing a portion of the police office from the average 1.500 persons right to represent BHS in the Body. Temperature;
etatlIank and Liz Scott "Every time a town gets radar the city annexes the area
space In the city hall. usually receiving commodities.Mrs. regional science fair. with her "De- receiving honorable
sallnlzation." It's labeled a speed trap," the Park would have to be
The council Is questioning authorization Bennett said. mention were: Mike Sanders,
A_N.- Mw.a U.. for work done byBill It Is expected: Mrs. Bennett First place winners were: Second place winners In the Randy Joyner, Karen Crawford, McRae said.Tucker reimbursed for Its expenditure
T. Cindy Cissy with her "Effects middle then asked If a motion and its Incorporated
r....,D,,froahab... a.-....cow Graudons, local electri says, that 200 to 250: persons of Plants. school science fair Emmett Bright, Cindy Jackson, to system
clan. Paymont is .being with- Food Coloring on ; were: Susan Edley, Laura Thomas Bobby Paterson, Libby Kirk- was forthcoming rent Into the city's.See .
Raymond Whittle with his "En- Marty Johns Mike Howe or buy the unit; he got only silence -
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hold pending Investigation. (See Page 5)) vironmental Plants;" Anita Darlene Stancl, David Gaines, ((5.. Page 5)) ( Page 5)'ir )


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Pie? Level Youth Sharon Ruth CrewsTo Mr. And Mrs. W. C. Ward Observe Diane ThomasIs

r : i Feted WithValentine 1 I Wed M'. Reed 5Oth'Anniversary With/ Reception HonoredAt

Louis Crew 'cf Starke announce Bridal ShowerMiss

BanquetA the engagement and Mr., and Mrs., W.. C:, Ward .were Mb's Helen Johns. Mrs.
Diane K.:Thomas,whose
approachjng marriage of his Dot Mitchell Mrs. Myrtle
celebrated their gaia mreddii
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Valentine banquet was held daughter Sharon Ruth to HaUJon. Mrs. Irene Faulkner marriage! to Edward Loper will
anniversary with a "
for the young people of Pine N Michael Anthony Reed son of the'r'' tycepuonrose and Mrs.,Kathryn Sapp. Floor be an event of March 31, was
Level Baptist Church In the Mr. and Mrs. Freeman C.need : I4bylessHighway hostease .were Mrs. ,JudyGriggs honored at a bridal shower
Pecan Room of the Garden ,of Hampton.The building Mrs.;;.Corene Theman.Mr Monday night at the Tneressa
Bandit ChurctJ CIIIt f'eIJ.
rr Restaurant Saturday night. wedding will take place 13 from 2:30 to 8:30 *. lJeil Garner Mrs.George Community; Center given, by
The room: wis decorated In at Pine Level Baptist Church The PoJtI. Miller Mrs.. Evelyn ,Burman Mrs. Flam Gnann 'and Miss
red and whit with a centerpiece 4 ua. March 10 at 7 P-n. with a refreshment with lace clout 1aDtoa w over recovered and Mr. Annette Norman; gift Janol Titus.A .
of red and white roses color scheme was
reception following. table Mr*. Lillian Conner green
linen. 'One table was centeredwith '
for the main table. 'After nip- out In the party 'de-
An friend and relatives are four-tiered Mrs. Lucille Brown Mrs.Ber- carried
pur the young people cast their ,limited to attend a 'with wKtaurigcaJfw nice Huggins, Mr. Chassis corations. A green Hallmark
topped a golden vUvrsary -
votes for the new Sweetheart! Ellx- cloth covered the refreshmenttable.
flanked Devrlck, Mr. Delore r .
symbol, with bras
Queen. Last year's Susan ;
queen Sam Mt- ,
Mrs. Carolyn
eon.
I candelabras holding Jll<> tapers -
Faulkner daughter of Mr. '''and w of' chen Mr*. Elva McRae, l Jra.Mabel' Games with prizes were en- !
an
and Mrs. Paul Faulkner. + arrangement Mrs..J...G.Jaek- Joyed by the attending.In j.
yellow muir.8.The J2.
crowned Charotte Whltehead, H labia say Mr*. Genevieve SolanoanJMr cluding Mrs. Thomas mother -
punch irf centered -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. and Mrs.
honoree
: .Mildred Lathan. of the
with a single yefOW( ta-
B. WhItehead as !the new oueen. | mother of,the
Out-of-town guests were: Henry Loper i
per. A crystal punch bblrl i Vie I
Harry Smith wan elected as
rh Kinx. .placed'ct! 'one'end of the fable Mr: *. Mary Watteraon, Hampton I bridegroom-elect.
< and a, silver,'cofft.* service ;: Mr. 'Myrtle Watt non.Henderaorrvllle. ,
:This was followed by singing at the other. N. C.r; Mr. ,UDC To Meet'
by Landa Thornton and Larry The gift table was tr ted and Mrs. Ruben Lewis, Mrs.
Curtis .accompanied: : by L-s. I with a'-white line, ritjtft end Ethel LaKoache, Mrs. Callle W.T.., Weeks chapter UDC
Verole Tn!.,.r ion at the plane. 11A lvarezEngagement ,centered with permanent arrangement Howard. Mr. and' Mrs. Jack will' meet Wednesday, March:
The Rest soeakar f>r was Mr. Curtis who is associated ,Told ,,flower. ,iDurcen, Mia Peggy Ward, Ray Mrs. George B..Roberta with
ir-rIlean with the Word of Life Mrs. Olga:Flllman.and Mrs. Ward Sandy Flower and Mike Mrs. W.B. Mundy'as co-bost-
Brawls all ,of Dorian, Ga.
Bible Clubs. Eerie CI'OIIb7reeted ;
Mr. and Mrs. J.T; ,PrevaitJr. gHeUtat '' Mrs.Aleen ..s.
FUlmin and .
Approximately 50 young people : announce the engagementof .r. : the door and Introduce l them Mrs.' Olga
with their chaperones' enjoyed to the receiving line composedi Moore'of Tampa; Mr.
their Debra Lee
the daughter, ; i Mr. and Mrs. Wt\4 'and 'and Mrs. Ralph Flllman, Keystone ; .
evening. \ :
to Gregory Allen Alvarez, son Hose
\ Heights Mr. and Mrs. Ratify
I their' children: Robert Ward. ;
'of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A.
\I. Wallace Cirigg, Rev. and Mrs.
Reeda Lewis Becomes. Bride ? Mr. Mary Ella Wat tItono
Alvares all of Starke. .
Senior BHS Girls/ / Alton Dobbs Mr. and Mr*.
ANY SIZE 1
ANY
SHADE
Barton Mr
Mra..Joyce lltfa
Of Lorry A/t Loft A t Pine //.eve// Miss Prevatt I* a 1971 graduate .. II i ,Lewis, Mrs. Ethel, LtRodMr *, che. Fred Halstop. Mr..'and Mrs.
of Bradford High School .
Invited ,
To TeaAll t1I.... ... *. Callle Howard,:ana Jack Randolph Bores'and daughter $3.00 Per pr: ?
and a student at Santa Fe ,
and Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Jacksonville
Ms( Reeda Ilean Lewis, .prod wifii a white linen cloth: Junior College. Mr.. Alvarez Ward. $2.00 Per Pr.7
N 0
Vickie J )Mr. and Mrs. Dempey -
To/for
daughter of Mrs. Dean A. Lewis edged with lace. At one end senior girls of BBS are graduated from 'BHS la 1967 Mrs. Ward wore a blu double ; Mr.i and Mrs. Bill ;
of Starke and the late ReedE. of the table wo a white pillared Invited to a tea at the Holiday .and from Lake City Community; To Wed Mr. knit milt complemented with .*Taylor.Sapp Mi.a Haven' Crosby,'and Sl.CO Per Pr.?,
Inn In Lake City'on Sunday Sapp an orchid corsage.
JUewls.iand Larry Maurice wedding cake oecorated College In 1969. He will receive Ronald Crosby of Gainesville
Lott son of Mr. and Mr. with blue roses and topped witha Feb. 27 from 3 to 5 p.m. The Ms B.S. degree In agriculturefrom Assisting In :serving1' txAclit+ Mr. and Mrs: E. A. Sapp and;

M. C. Lott of Wiggins,' Miss miniature bride and groom. tea is sponsored; by the Lake the .University; of Floridain Mr. and .Mr*.; M.E. Taylor'of cake','and coffeei Intervals Mrs. .")flab Dukes Lake Butler
were united In marriage on Centering the table wan an arrangement City Jun&orWcrnui'aClub.Over Juno. ,Taylor I Fla, announce the were: l\rs.\ Ann GreeivMr*. and Mrs.;Jim Brummett. 21
Friday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. in of blue, yellow and 700 girls are Invited: to attend. A June wedding: \ 4* planned engagement of their daughter, Diane MaocjrMrt.CorenjT( ( i.,- Panama City.Apprwdrmely.
man,:Hra. Julia Alvarez MrEvelyn .
the Pine Level Baptist Church. white gladioli roittrm and car-: 'Vickie,.Jeannene, to Richard/ 200 guest ,
performed nations. Mm. oImle"TbomaB 1 ... ... '- :Burman, Mrs. .OeMgeUUler.'Mr
Rev. John U. Sapp son of Mr.'and Mr. ,called during the afternoon.
the nuptials in the presence cut the cake and Mrs; 'Moed ,L; C. Sapp of Starke. *. Nell Caner Mrs.Nlta .. y E-S
of the Immediate fam'lies. Lewis presided at the punch The i wedding will take place .Dibbs, Mrs.:Luctlltj E*
Decorating the altar >were bowl. a oni\ March; 18 at 8 pjn, in the ,dy and M'rI. Nina Lovell;( jfr*. OES Plans Supper
baskets of white gladioli blue Following a short wedding ,Pint Grove< Methodist Church .Pat Philman.'Mrs.SberrU. HOUSEOf
carnations and yellow I mums trip the couple Is residing. in f > i at Taylor with a reception following son,' Mr*.. Eloise Starling,Mr*. 'The Eastern'Star will hold
against a background of Wiggins; Miss. ,at the. home': of the Margaret Ann ,Comer Mr*. ,their monthly covered dlah sup I MIlO
branched candelabra with white The bride 1* a 1971 gradu-, 1 J ,bride. ,Romania Hilton and Mr. fee*. per Saturday night at 7 o'clock: ,
tapers. Paul Faulkner m presented ate of Vanguard High School. a r.' ," MiKtilJ. .,. 1, :.All friends and relatives of nice Kelly< }'Mrs. Barber Fa.. I in the Masonic Hall.>All ,Masons -

a program of organ mu- Ocala and attended Central sf b t. {. the couple are Invited. tray Mr. Helen Sapp and Mr. : .and, their families tare I j ,.Lavtoy, FII.TFCHG
sic. Florida Community College. 1 'I :' ... : Louise barman. Receivlnfgffta invited to anted j
Leroy Stokes of Brooker Mr. Lott I* a 1970 graduate 1 1t : :, ''ftg" - - ,
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served as best man and Randy ''of Stone High School Wiggins - - - -
of the bride Mi: attended Jea- Junior ', - - - -
Lewis brother ** ij' rt. ,
usher. College In BUori. Miss ;
was an '
Miss Debra Ann Lewis' attended and Is employed with International
her sister i>as maid of Paper Co. In Wiggins : ;i .Sa hJr
honor Sh* wore full length )4i8l' aw.- ; e :EndsFebrugrYno 29 ?
.gown of baby blue dotted Swiss I w i ijt ttJUWmmm ...."
with matching headpiece and BenckowskyStarlingEngagement / : l\'iy tkut;
carried al> single yellow-, rose > St \ / If):" : tai' II
with yellow streamer ToldMr. 1 ;
The bride, given In marriageby : {
her I maternal grandfather
C. L. ''Atkinson of Brooker and Mrs. Anthony F. ,';. 71',<'!.t i;: mm
wore a silk organza floor length Benckowsky of Waldo announce! ,'
of 't't"i'l .
gown over satin finish acetate. the approaching marry "
The gowa featured an empire their daughter ch ( 5 ,; :.
waistline, Mandarin collar and ael Starting son of Mr. and ,'\.",; \ ".'." .
long bouffant sleeves.'The cot- Mj'-sl; : Robert ,J. Starling; of ."..! ...,.,. '".'''"':'j)'' ,.i""" ,
ton lace bib and cuffs were Starke. :1 :
;:accented with pull-through velvet >1 he bride-elect is a 1971 granuate t ":; }::'\ 1.tf! ';" ;. .
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ribbon.'Her headpiece was ,. .
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of BUS Is attending Santa \ ,Ii
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lace accented with i.
of matching 'F '
tiny seed pearls 'witb.elbowJength Fe Junior College-and is ,,:: ( ."t.. i '.\ ,LIMITED TIME
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employed/ In Gainesville.Mr. 1'i'
'WII of tmLlerthlte 1//
carried : .% :
a nosegayt of white pompoms Starllnj fa a 197}"graduate : :]INNERSPR1NG TOAM
of BriS and la (
centered with si i purple wnployad
throated yellow orchldMtb9llow by Dave Paulk In Starke., '. )\; RUBBER't
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streamers. The wedcdng will tore place :

A reception was held at the Friday M.urch 3. ati i, p.m.
homo of the bride's uncle and at the homo of 11...brlde..IAU. ) ,

aunt Mr. and Mrs. P.. H.Faulkner friends anJ l"fllatl.v"are.in-> t.-i' \
where basket', of white, Tiled to attend .r '.
blue and yellow gladioli mums
and carnation and candelabrawith Mrs. Frances Stone of Woodbine Joyce Marie Crawford Weds

blue taper were used Ga.I 1*, visiting Mr. and
In decorating. Mr. Dave Paulk Oils week., Mr.BosierInChapeCeremonyCongratulations : /
The bride's table was cov

Mr. and: Mrs.-*,A. ,J. Crawford
of LawteyLannounce the
I marriage .of their daughter

.. You: :just :.saved$5; 'olO11ce '.Marle.. t.to William F. -''-
.I :Boslor. ,";,sonof'Mr.: ': and Mrs.
John W.. Hosier!i of Rlchland

,by doing your ,own income. 'tax. J.Uch.\Bev Bob Cooper united
the couple 011'January'22: at
'
7:30: pjn.' In the Morgan Road .
And all it cost you was three long !Chapel


,Decorating the altar were two

sleepless nights. .baskets stemmed.of yellow gladioli'rose*and,against long :ELEGAIMT.DECORATOR FLO 0 BR 1

a background of fern pots and { 1 :r.ONp
And a slight easel of'heartburn. ,branched candelabra.Mrs. .

.',Bob Cooper,rendered ...."-Gulll.d to ',_....//I.u...e,... r
a program; ,nuptial music .sperSwfaoaoha .l teem etnhli.". 1 Mattmu matching Box Spring
If you had.gone to H at R Block on the yeur"inmm..atsa ,that, you aright 'never John Bosier"i'enred as bw. 'emry Bsrl.4 TOUT sooy. e.-5 Twin or Full Size
other hand could have relaxed Mule have known'existed.Fnrtnerrru.re.
::
you and the ushers Mike
man were Foam rubber sold 'In
sets only
someone eJa. figured 'out your ; if your return is 'Tow and Bill Pellam. ...end a Soaos Aea exba Hrm ..box
return. Quickly and confidentially. 'to:! audited we will accompany >spring ..r. r nrals,.samsfcs :mules.GOLD ..6'mch Twin Foam Rubber 139.95 Set .
Probably- unlike 9z .yo....at no. itttm COlt>to the ,
any ,80r0ch Double Foam 15J.9S! &I
Barbara Tow snd Nancy Boyd ,c- ... .
you've ever done it ''iC ilNernal'i2evenu.i Oeivice
wave before. e and explain how your nAnd ''of Daytona were bridal attendant .."''''ven'4r M M.nul.awms. .Super King Size;; 299.95 Set Queen Size 219.95 Set ,

when you figure I ,turn was prepered,,'_ *. 'They wore tons bonded
.your own' you may be ',though we wiU not net: Crepe gown -with*l''love knot
entitled to deductions ,nil yore .tarzl i representative. :streamer In their hair I i They
yours not talon* and ,each.icarried a long stemmed FIRM Regular: 6995. : '
taking deduction. This neans 'that ..yellow rote. .on ,Sale 'at 4995 !
,"ou're not entitled to. y HARBlockieed.to lUc:j Miss .Tammy Demp-
Fort ilance.do you ,I:; e t offer-you! gene 'round :.ey..ned.. flower,girl and Mattress or matching Box Spring J
know all about deductions -,. ,tax service for just one Twin or Full eta U s,
for child car or ..... ,low Gee a 'nr.; ,with Michael CrocteU was ring Foam rubber sold In sets only Ft. ALOdVE (Ai'TAfSSEY
casualty losses Or. "' 1, t no ,extnvehcrga 'for bearer. ?
that if your income ..udt** 'and ........ .. Super King Size 219.95 Set i Queen Size 159.95 Set S '
incras.d.over the last rte\ 'UaRBkxk..ehaJoca 1 Given i in.marriage by her 4 r-'Climatized.for, All Seasons: .
1.7"I."J'OII.-* .eve p' -ii.-., -tatart at 9&mad tb*.._ ( father,' the bride wore a beige rr I
tax dollar by" -income; ... 'use _'_."UIId.wJ'l2.15O, bonded 1 crepe dress decorated
.very!linlT"' And even if ,for nth* 7 'million r,families with i antique lace. Falling from
you dad.*-td yon know how we eerved last year. ber',bead was bouffant veil
,,to eOted wt'Ji: satin and she carried -
to begin with? Probably not. And there's what you paid.
no reason why you should. After all. Nat to mention the fact that aggravation three long stemmed yellow .M '
you're an amateur when it comes to doing isn't tax d.ductible.none. I'088s. Denmark
"Furniture Co. of'Starke l
taa:: And we are. A reception was held In the pU1'FITTER
'You see when" it cuute to l 1- tea. '' Morgan Road Chapel reception s 1
.ma .should depend on H"RBIock.ON?LET,AN.AMATEUR I DO i hall i where basket of.flowers 1
We have over --m"'ly.IacaW 4HaVR BLOCK'S ''JOB. 'were used in decorating. .
offices manned by trained pe.......... .They're .warm and ,cake assisted by Brands'Lee "
neodl v peopl*who are anxious to help you.They'll H&R Block.
.down. free ofcoffee and Joey Sapp and Rita Craw
at yon ever a cup .
ford presided at the punch bowl.
and show. some tluags >about "
you .n.tu
,..,., Jerri .Reddish of Lake Butler

kept the bride's book.

OPEN A.M. 6 P.M. MOf/THRU SAT. For their traveled.wedding to Naples trip,.thecouple Italy 134'W. CALL ST. PHONE 944-5327 STARKE. FLORIDA

PHONE NECTSSARY118N.WAINUTST.{ : ,where the. ,groom Is stationed
'NO 'APPOINTMENT .>with t the U. S. Navy :.D l.-


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if. Valentine Dance '.' ,,' "...,.L.... ....... .,........ ..,.......... Mr. and Mrs. Dick Southernand DR. J. H. MINESINCER

.f son, who have resided at In the practice of
Sponsored By Kingsley Lake for the past year
New Moose LodgeThe are returning to their homo Optometry at
'J in Missoula, Mont this week-
end. 207 S. Walnut St.
Starke Moose Lodge 2035 T-- \
held a Valentine dance Saturday > Miss Office hour r.
Patterson of
night, Feb. 12,. at the Starke y I I'I Beverly
Ii i Miami was the weekend guestof 9:00: to 5:00:
Golf and 'Country=) Club with "h __ g't' Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry
I music by the Galaxy Ramblers. ''I i Closed Wedneaday

dil Red and white lace decora- i Mr. and Mrs. John Myers; Afternoon and Saturday :.
ted the walls and daughter, Trlsh, spent Frf- :
afternoon(
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hernackl
diy !to Sunday at Sanlbel Island -
secretary of Melbourne Moose .
'Lodge 1406 were among the} '. \ !;i''

guests. I'' -
Door prize winners were :',:. ( i'i -

Lake Mrs. Butler Vivian and Whitehead Mrs. Sandra of '" ,.: I..',I" \ I ,'I; ,,'_. ,,1111"" i STARK IS 1t

Elgy of Lake City. '. :"",,I'\\II! '1. ", !
< 'A,
1,1 ,, : ,,
Lodge 2035 plan a dance for I .i.it: '. '. .
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March 4 at the Country Club. .
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l Ityl held Country The at next 8 Club.Madison p.m.Installation. March 7 will at the be "k ; \"':';':"" >:"..:.' :..::,.\ t f \\\\ 1\ t



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Street
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Adults Honored '. I ','.. i'w.. '." COUNTRY ,.::,

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Group 2 In Church Trainingof .... :' : '. ,.: Noll' Under Local Management "
the Mai son Street Baptist "" -" '.", ,--'u.,
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Church entertained the senIor 'IQ"', .

BE TWO MONDAY ad alts Friday night! Feb. JOHNNIE B. THOMPSON ,;
18, with a "Mi and Pa Kettle" Home Safety Week ProclaimedUnder
party. AUTHORIZED FRANCHISED DEALER
The Brown triplets, Jason- Jenifer and Jody, will be two year old Monday.. Th.ywill The 62 present enjoyed supper ,
celebrate Saturday with a little party with friends from the neighborhood In Pin. and fellowship starting at the watchful eyes of urge each of you to look around r
breexe Subdivision. Mrs. Barbara Barksdale, your home and yard and remove
7:30: p.m. The hall was lighted
""I didn't think th.y'd ever get this big but here th.y are," marveled their mother by kerosene lamp! Before Home Life Chairman of the any or all accident hazards. Relax. And ,

as the Mr. worked and Mrs.to Marvin get all Brown.three still In one place long enough for the photo. The parents going trip !to homo the everyone"country tx store">k a Starke Lucy White Woman's,:co-chairman.Club, and Mrs.Mayor prevention"Remember Is worth, an a ounce pound of of Leave The Cooking To Us. ,

art for doss'art of homemade cook- Carl Hurst Issues the following cure. Won't you use an extra
ies. proclamation:

Stork "I hereby proclaim March ounce to make sure your homo LUNCH ...-......-..........-.-...-..... .85
Shower 6.12 as (Home Safety Week."I Is as accident free as possible
Given Paul McLeod, who graduated wish !to remind vou that for your loved ones? Let your t LIVERS & GIZZARDS -.--.-.....--. .99 t
By OES from FSU in:JanuarY. has been
life be of health and
accepted at the Medical Schoolat each year, home accidents,kill ono shortened longe- DINNER ..-..............--.--........-1.25
For Mrs. JacksonMrs. cripple or cause serious injuries vity, not by an accident -
the of AlabamaIn
Birmingham.University He will start which may be avoided that so easily may be JUMBO .......--..........._..-......- 1.60
; If caution Is taken. I want to avoided." ,
Jeffrey B. Jackson was July 7.Archie. ...'.
; honored Monday night Feb. 7,
at a surprise stork shower Green of Chicago, 111. ,
given by her fellow membersof spent Thursday to Monday Twenty members of the Uni WMlard: E. Wynn celebratedhis ''l Wishbone
\M' the Eastern Star following with his mother. Mrs. L. J. ted MYF seniors and Juniorshad 51st btrthdiy Monday night, Fried Chicken,
their regular meeting.The Green. a skating party Saturday Feb. 21 at a suppar party) given -
refreshment table was afternoon at the Orange Park by his son-in-law and 236 S. T.mpl. the way it ought to be

covered with a Hallmark cloth Bill Adams of the University Rollerdome. They were accompanied daughter! Mr. and Mrs. Edd e L South 301 Phone 964-9972 J
.,.1 and centered with a white cake of Georgia was homo for the by Rev. D. T. Far- *V:It ridge. Eighteen mo.nbcrs. of
I decorated with a baby bottle weekend. abee and Mrs. George RobertsJr. the family enlo/ed( the ocaslon. -
I holder, diaper pins and paci .
fiers.
The honoree received many
gifts from her hostesses.
lovely


Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams INTE RNA TIONAL HARVESTER

Duplicate' Bridge WinnersCurtis day with spent their Thursday son-in-law to Sun-and

daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Sanders, left, and T.A. Sund.m shown with Charles Me Ouaiar[ and familyIn
trophies won at the ACBL Duplicate Bridge tournam.nt Wavcross. Ga. They at-
played at the Pratt Street Recreation Center recently. tended the Miss Georgia South

ern where College their pageant granddaughter Saturday Yourself A Deal 1
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DUPLICATE BRIDGE Beta Sigma Phi Beth McQualg was a contes ut ii I

WINNERS Plans Rush PartyBeta .tant. Beth won the Miss Con- .
Mrs. J.D. Odom ancS<) is Mrs. >
geniality award and receiveda .,. .
d u ....
George Miller were winning
Sigma Phi Sorority will trophy and flowers. _
cot pie at Duplicate Bridge stage a Rush Party for pros- l,1I
Tuesday night where there were
pective new members on Saturday
four. tables In play. Ken Dent 26 7:30
evening, Feb. at :
and Townsend Dent were sec- r'2
p.m. at the Civil Defense build:
ond and Mrs. Bess Burns and
ing. The party will feature a
Mrs. Marie Dent were third. "Roaring 20's" theme and

members and guests are askedto
dress accordingly. Husbandsor
dates are Invited.
The sorority will hold Its
regular meeting on February
28 at 7:30 p.m. at the homo of
Mrs. H.A. Bishop Jr. on E.
New Arrivals Call St. Hostess will be Mrs
W. H. Johns.
aiT The program will Include a NOW
Spring Fashion Show. ON INTERNAtiONAL
Mr. and Mrs. William II. RI-
zer Jr of Orlando announce Blr4SAVIMGS

the birth of a son, Douglas Mr. and Mrs. R, P. McLen- F/r
:SCott, on Feb. 19. The mater- don are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 4. CUTTING EQUIPMENT
nal grandmother Is Mrs. Pearl James McLendon In Islamoradoand .

Colson' of Starke. celebrating their grandson, .
Ian's first birthday on Thurs- I 10% 10% 10%
.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. M.um, ... Dwcounl
Starke, announce the birth of a day.A. Rock *n RollDangers DLwuwlt r Dtn- ant -

daughter, Lori Lynn, on Feb. J. Thomas Sr Is a medi-
16 in Alachua General Hospital.
cal patient In Alachua General Will "
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie W. New- Hospital. Be Told HereFrank u: -lJl .'

some. Mrs. James Phillips, Mrs.

Bradford County Hospital Huston McClalne, and Mrs. Garlock, chairman of CUB 1541.0-BOY -
announces the following births: George Flynn Sr. spent the the music theory departmentand ..
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Duane weekend with Dr. Glen Mc- director of brass ensem- 15 HP Water Cooled Tractor"

Jordan, Starke, a son Kevin Clane In Tallahassee. bles at Bob Jones University, Does The Big Jobs Ivory Season sLir ,
Duane, Feb. 16. Greenville, S. C., will be heardon
.
Mowing Cktadngbwfeg
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Otis Mi- Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden- the subject, "Rock N' Roll No Matter What The Chore
brook and son, Lee, visited Disking .Sweeping Hauling
and the
Today's Teenager" at
kell, Starke, a daughter: ,Melissa Around Tour lawn, Cordon,
her mother, Mrs. Nelson Tabs The IXX Out Of CUB CADET
Sue, Feb. 16. BUS auditorium Friday, Feb. Later WORK.>< Driveway Or Walks The CUB Cadet
Mr. and M\. :s. Woodrow W. Green, at Eagle Lake Saturday 25} at 7:30: p.m.m And Garden Tractors ;
Is At Tour Bock And Cad.
Mrs. Green also had as
addition to his teaching
Killer, Ralford, a son WoodrowW.
99
Killer Jr., Feb. 19. weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. duties at Bob Jones, Mr. Car- 'NOW ON SHO'W
Joe Bakken and son. lock serves as minister of
Mrs. Harris music at the large Southstde
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert tho- Baptist Church in Greenville, One Of The Finest Selections Of CUB Cadet, Lo-Boy, Q
Honored A t mas scent the weekend with and has recently become well
Stork ShowerMrs. their daughter, Mrs. James known for his lectures on the CUB, And All New Cadet 75; Moners To He Found'In
McNeely, and daughter In Lake-
dangers of rock and roll mu-
land while Mr. McNeely was! sic on youth. North Florida.
hon
Wymaaliarris: waj --
on patrol detail at the Daytona His brass ensembles have
ored .it a stork shower Thurs 500 races.
received national recognitionin
day evanl-ig. Feb. 10, at the recent months, and his brass PRESEASONP1SCOUKTT
State Prison: Employees: Club. Mrs. Jack Haynes and Mrs. arrangements are used around
Hostesses: wore Mrs. Charlie Floyd Fitch of Gastonla, N.C. the world, many of them hay
Brown, Mrs. Ronnie Davis, and Mrs. Hardy Douglas of ing been published by Sacred
Mrs Marlon* Ellis Mrs. Mike York, S.C, were Thursday to Brass Publications.
Gilhooly, Mrs. Elbort Nettles, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Garlock began playingthe % -
Mrs. J. T. Richardson, Mrs.N. J.W. Rltch. They all had Sat- trombone at the age of 10 1 : -, -
B. Rosier, Mrs. (Harry Tlso:i. urday dinner at Cedar Key five, and by the time of his e ,
and VIrs. Robert' Underhill.On and were Joined there by Mrs. graduation from high school AND
lte mantel wns an arrangement S.E. Hitch, Mrs. L. A. Brown, he had already played in sev ,IJ'
of imjno'la! and and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hitch eral symphony orchestras.His '
leaves In a bras, vase with and children of Gainesville. appearance here Is sponsored i Introducing
pink' and white streamnrsdrapod
by the Word of Life
: ver the fireplace. This Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Bitch had Clubs. Admission Is 50 cents. r.
was< flanked by a miniature stork as Saturday afternoon visitors
and !baby carriage.; A pink and their daughters, Mrs. W. C. OAR\ NEW BAB
white umbrella centered the gift Harvey of Atlanta and Mrs. Remember1
table' Tommy Johns and children of THE BRADFORD
The refreshment table was Macclenny.Mr. COUNTY TELEGRAPH The All New 1972
covered with a lace cloth over .
pink !linen and centered with a and Mrs. Harold E. Published every Thursday 1
crystal punch bowl encircledwith Garst returned from vacation at 138 "'. Call Street t CADET 75
pink pompoms, flanked by visiting relatives and friendson SUrke, Florid 32091
silver candelabra entwined with "Anna Marie" Island, Port letS Anyway
pink ribbon. The cake squares Charlotte, and Miami Second class: posUfe paidat Kid ink Mower
wore decorated with pink! and SUrke. Florida
,white booties and toys. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bag
Mrs. T, W. Roberts was the well and Mr. and Mrs. Donate Subscription! Rated! U.1.301 Norm PkoMK4-nt! >0

prize winner In a game played Bagwell spent Sunday In la. trade area: 15.90 per Yon Cut I* STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner
during the social hour. Leesburg and were accompanied ,
$2.73 six month
yer;
The hostesses presented the
home by Mrs. Henry
honoree with an electric bottle Morrison, who had been visiting Outside trade area SS.50 or Later Your Favorite D o//.r"
sterilizer. relatives there for several per year; M.OO six month
Ninety-three guests were Invited days.

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28 Persons Plead Guilty Tuesday In County CourtIn .1 eople ou3L\no\R



IfO
an unusually quiet sessionof Is suspended or revoked but Van Kant, charged with three cated and was fined $151 or 60' Those forfeiting.bonds werer Mrs.. O. L. tiaynes. Sr.cola: Miss Ann Yoder of Miami Mr. ,', and Mrs.
plea day In County Court Judge Yawn changed the chargeto accounts: of contributing to the days In Jail and had his license Michael Allen Crawford, Jerome brated. her 81st birthday and Mrs. Marlon Moyer of Brown Visited the Harry Anna
28 persona pled guilty to var- driving without a license delinquency of a minor;; Doro- revoked for the mini Robert Freund David last Friday night anniversary at- Jacksonville were'weekend Crippled Children's Hosptta a'
ious charges and were fined Jenkins explained after pleading thy Helen Ruby selling alcoholic mum period of 60 days.Howslne Johnson Jr., E. B. Porter family guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Eustls on Saturday and turn
by Judge Theron A.Yawn Tues guilty to the charge that- beverages without a license also pled guilty to James Eland Tsrrell, MichaelP a dinner Dr.at her and home.Attending Mrs.. Strickland.Mr. visited Mi1, and Mrs. Adlemu
day.The his license had been revoked ; Thomas L.Albert maintaining having no driver's license: and Mella Jr., ''Frank E. Ab- were Landon In Lakeland Sunday.
Judge skipped his usual but the suspension period a place of business for was fined 926 or 3 days In bailne. David Johnson Jr. anaSamuel OL. Haynes. Jr. and daughter and Mrs. Charles Row- :
lecture to speeders Tuesdayand was sale of liquors/ In a dry county; the county: Jail. Clark. Anne Mr. and Mr*. A. /IN.Holltday ell and daughter have moved Mr. and fMra. Claude Crow-
Imposed generally light up.Conviction and with possession of intoxicating Mr. Maude Hollld.1Y.8IId Into their home State
of driving while James Allen Dlllardwas fined new on son and Mrs. W. W. Sellers
and Mrs. J
Col. .A. Scan-
tines with the trips to courtcosting license is suspended or revoked liquors with Intent to AbandonedProperty $36 or 3 days after he pled Ian. ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Arthur L, Road 16 East.. of Burlington N. C. spent last
most defendants $36or carries :a mandatory Jail sell In a dry county; Larry guilty to allowing an unauthorized Saturday to Thursday at Lau-
of Lake also
Holllday city
OwnersSoug'll : ; gavea
3
day. In the County Jail. Slocum charged with the felony -
sentence In addition to a possible person to drive and Laura birthday dinner for Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.LaRue Williamsand derdale-by-the-Sea.
After pleading guilty to traveling fine. For driving withouta of breaking and enteringwith State Lee 1 Banks was fined $28 or 3 Haynes Sunday night with Mr. son of Ormond Beach will
at over 20 mph trw Intention to commit assault By
over license Jenkins was fined days after pleading guilty to and Mrs A.N. Holllday. Col. spend the weekend with her Mrs. Pearl Caldwell of Battle -
speed limit. Earl Jenkins received $36 or 3 days.In and battery; Paul Grlffis violating driver licence restrictions. and Mrs Scanlan, and Mm. parents Mr and Mrs. R. A. Creek. Mich, and Mrs. Er-
the heaviest fine of the aggravated assault;; Kath- Comptroller Fred
other cases during plea O. Bud) Maud. Holliday with Colaon. sula Goodman of Tampa were
day for speeding $76 or 10 : ryn Colon, possession of moonshine Dickinson announces that his A small ,$5.51 check proved the honoree. attending weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.
days In jail.Jenklne dayFive defendants pled not and with possession of office is searching tor 1.583 quite expensive for Marri110. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- J. G. Caldwell.
pled guilty; to another guilty and had their cases bound lottery tickets; William V.For- owners of property abandoned Bass Tue dayat'temoonatterbe Rae Sr. and Steve Crawford
charge of driving while license over to the Circuit Court: Gene syth Jr. charged with failure In banks and safety deposit pled guilty; tolesuingtheworttg Mrs. Melissa Sayne of Knox- were visiting relatives In Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran-
to turn over. title of motor boxes. less check. Judge Yawn fined vllle Tenn. was the guest\ of and Merritt Island over nen spent the weekend with
-- vehicle. "Since 1962. as a result ol Bass $26 or 3 days In Jail and Mr. and Mrs. ,P. p. McLendon the weekend.Mr. MIll Jesse Brannu
P-; : Crtffls Slocum and Gulon all the state's < !i Bartow
Abandoned
Property ordered Mm to make restitu- the fast two weeks.
and Mr. and Mrs.
> "' if pled Insolvent and asked to Act,,. more than halt a million tion for the check in addition. and MM. E. W. Hayes; E. S. Harrison -
I >', ,.,< \MUSTANG t: I be represented by the public dollars has been restored to James Jones, Michael D. Mr. Morrltt Williams, Mrs. were Saturday evening dinner Brannen and In Mr Clearwater.ACINA4IN; and 'Mrs... Billy

J'*Tho Competition : ; defender. legitimate claimants" Dickinson Wells Mn. Claude L. HliIlard. Charley Johns: all" Mm. O. L. guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
-Guliermo Jesus Toy tuls said. and Gwendolyn Collins Beasley attended the Fine Arts Deas In Lake City.

I Invites to Makers't Martinez and Salvadore all Names of "missing owners" all pled guilty; to similar charges Show at the Rivttfsldo Woman's
t you t charged with escape from the will be published this month of Issuing worthless Checks Club last Friday Mr.and Mrs. .Clyd.j B. Ter-'
'1972 Florida State Prison waived In 52 Florida newspapers, and and were fined $26. wUlegar Jr. spent the weekend
preliminary hearings in the afternoon notices will be mailed to the Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent Wed In Sanford and attended the /
,Throe bedroom 'front kitchen, deluxe appliance, carpet session. last known address of 600 nesday to Tuesday visiting her Daytona 500 races on Sunday. a 4t1By
through out,compare to homos selling lor S&900. John Jean
-William Houge Fair. Individuals who apparently a- daughter Miss Mundy,
t Our Price $6465.00 t Robert Ruckrlegel, Ira Lynn bandoned their property.; Beckett Is Pilot In Rock Hill, S. C. Mr. Gladys Woldon spent last
This home it priced with' a three ton air conditioner In. Holmes Michael Len Thomas The Abandoned Property Act, Sunday to Wednesday with Mr,
Pallid. !, and Phillip Raymond Stamps provides that the Items-_usually On China Flight Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mrs. J. R. Weldon In Jacksonville -
all pled guilty to charges of bank accounts stocks and were vacationing In the Bahamas .
972 CONCORD 60X1 unlawful speed and were fined bonds, cash,Insurance policies last week. They Joined
Two bedroom, f front livingroom i 'deluxe appliance' carpet $36 or 3 daysRuckrlegel. Jewelry and other valuables- Stewart Beckett Jr., 36, son Mr. and Mrs. Conrad lIelnold Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb
'
t through out,compare to hornet selling for$6300. t also had a charge must be unclaimed for 15 of Stewart Beckett: Sr.of Kings- of Wilmington Dela.,at Georgetown -' visited their daughter and fam-// ESTON JORDAN
Our Price $5950.00 of operating motor vehicle with- years before being turned over ley LaKe is first officer on Great Exuna Island. lly.Mr. and Mrs.John C.Greer
out a license dropped. of the two Pan American In Braden on over the weekend,
This home It priced with' a throe 'ton air conditioner, In..tailed to the state as "abandoned. one
.' James Paul Shaw and Mark Every year thousands of Airways flights ferrying the 87 Mrs. P.' D. Reddish will return -
Lewis LodInger both pled guilty dollars worth abandoned property member United States press this weekend after spendIng *( and Mrs.. James Shaw of
t TWO MONTHS FREE RENT IN EITHER t to charges of speeding. Shaw ; Is reported to the Comp- corps with President Nixon on two weeks with Mr. and pent the weekend wfth her
BRITTANY ESTATES OR was fined $51 or 5 days and troller's Office which Is required his current trip to China. Mrs. Glen Reddish In Gunters- If its, Mr, and Mrs. R. M. THE ORIGIN
CASTLE GATE MOBILE HOME PARK Lodlnger $21. by law to advertise for Beckett,. who flies out of Kennedy vtlle. Ala. while Mrs. Glen McRae.B. BASEBALL':, .
-Mary Alyne Greewell Carroll the owners' twice a year. International irport for Reddish was recuperating: from There )his .a standing dispute
."HOME OF INSTANT SERVICE"We Hayward James Dugger If the owners are not boated Pan-Am ns been an airline pilot rheumatic fever. J, Eggers and daughter among! ome historians as to the
and Laura Lee Banks all pled lor'eight year. He now Barbara, of Jacksonville were person responsible for originating
include, metal Ironm tli'|"'< Sewer and I wutur' Isms' the"property Is Invested
t locks wan, bine LlucVi, kit"t.ui| and I diliviri'l "I'| to 200 t guilty; to charges of careless by the state with Interest ear- lives in East Hartford Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Strick- Moidiy visitors of Mr.,, and baseball, but Colonel I Ahn..rDoobleday
rmltivGainesville' driving and were fined $39 or marked for the Pan-Am' flights for the land Jr. and children of Ocala Mrs Tullle Norman. has generally been
state school
3 days. press corps are Boeing 707's were Sunday visitors of Mrs.W. recngnlM] as the founder of the
fund.
MJS Falling to appear in courtto like the President's. II. Hart. Local admittances to Bradford game. However, some histonnn.s
DISCOUNT MS tifly answer summonses were Allan New Beckett phoned his father last County Hospital this woelc! chum( that the credit should go 'to
Bill Would
Coleman Groover! John Thursday Just before the press Mrs. Teresa Alklre of Had- }Inciudh: Elliott Westfall, Joe Alexander Curtwrigtit
Mobile Home tSalsl.t Lewis Williams, Wayne Dover* Repeal Tax corps left Andrew. Air Force dam, Ka. Is visiting Mr. and Dyer Mrs. Linda Grtffls, Mrs. It' Is a proven fact thai' the first
MOBILE HOMES INC. Boyette and Debbie Ward. Base ,near Washington. D. C. Mrs. Jerry Alkire. Alice Cogdill, Mrs. Mita Brown game of baseball, with rule.
law Down ? -Judge Yawn ordered the arrest On Intangibles and told Ms father where he Mrs Carrie was, plaYed on June 19, lg.6.| at
Payment' Low Monthly Payment' of Debbie Ward with bond Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Jackson Richard Hobohen! New Jersey, between r
4S70NW, '13rhl'44' Narlh) :l7S-'341> was flying. He had been unable Lee, Mni. Helen Mabel Mors-
I .J set at $501.Charles. State Representative Wayne to reveal his flight plans visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ereau Mrs. Viola Johnson the Knk'kerbocekrs and (he New

C. Howzlne pled Holllngsworth! ,has joined with before then, but the senior Lord In Oldtown last Mrs. Mora Klomtes, Curtis York Nine, ,,The first professional
.tan.g.
I !\ J '-. guilty to arivmg wnne: mtoxiI 65 other members of the House Beckett said he "had it figured Thursday. Padgett! Mrs. Ruby Johns, Ro baseball te-ntf! way, tlv, 'inctnnati
of Repre.entattves In Introducing out" when his son said he could- bert E. Burrows, Joseph Bran- Red Stockings, who v">, credited

---- "ot'.. .._....._ ....... __. .... __ .--------- a bill that would repeal the n't talk about his upcoming: Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. tley, Walter Richardson, William with Introducing> baseball uni-
---- state Intangible( tax law. night John and daughter Joy took Wentz Starke; Royce turns as we how !know 'them

HolJlngsfTth said that the The two Pan Am flights car- Seaman Apprentice Vincent St. Show: \ Lulu: M's. Agnes Do.j:! ,., Our business'can be comiMifd
\.... recent deluge of forms receivedby rying the press corps with the John to the Jacksonville airport Interlachen; Mrs Ollle!Hodges, to a game of bltst'ball-we give: i
last Friday where he flew to I.8dl"IIIIlolIW"r" his
nu.ney'
M citizens and corporations President are the first commercial Mrs. Faye Farnbask :and Mrs worth
I revealed the extreme distasteof Norfolk Va. to be assigned to Linda we are professionals b' our b'.ni'
China mover
flights to Tomltnion' Lake Butler
: (ANYONE 1 ttzlt I sea duty. ;: ness, and'We"'i'lve it ", II
I l a ; <, the population for the intan- 20 years. Michael Prevatt, LawteyMrn; /, : w'vvgot"
to prtW'de'
R5 gibles tax. He expressed hope Bessie Woods ifamirton'Mri.{ each cuslorm r I
that because of the large num- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart Gertrude Lydick and Daniel with the very best in nervkvStop
Queen Elizabeth Is taking a of Jacksonville were last by w see us today
: HERE ber of Representatives Joining Stlnmn, Keystone Heights,
In the Introduction of this bill, long trip to Asia. Its certain Thursday overnight guests of
that it would pass the House in ly no time to be dropping Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper.
inr
NAMEDAUGIE' the Immediate future. on the Irish cousins1.; ':'J 'She t.:'.:,,x,"visited' Mr. and Mr.Mrs. H. A. Lawson' I
; Mi-Brabble; tuIII'S.: Joe
"We need real tax reform f.Rr.w
'.". \'lsUed' OOOfden'J3ates t 1
,, 1 lef Snd : any'ck!t\'r-S'I.rnWU-! l
Mr. MrsVfeg-:
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in the state of Florida.Now that last 01 ... ." ,J '
The search Is for ,, Sunday.\ iJ
have the on an automobile In. JackaonvllldlSunp .
? we passed corporate "h "1 ST ; 'to:
.' k"I that can vlthitand day.
I profits tax amendment we
5-mte-an-hour collisions.: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham
I should use some of the moneyto Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Anderson j
x" Next, we will try to find any. attended the Florida Fashion
get rid of a tax that nobody body who drives 5 miles an of Savannah Ga. visited Mart In Tampa last week. U.S. 301 NORTH
wants and that Is intangible hour and ban them from the Mrs. Myrtle Anderson over the PHONE
tax" Hollings word! said. !Hlrer-U" weekend. ..,1- 964.7500


Ii \ II!,,,.Y ; / t I Residential I


H .' 1 1I 1 Will Utility Phase Taxes Out Central Heating And Air Condit :ning :


I" '! )
The Department of Rnvenue
:
has announced that beginning Installed f f9r

I '' -.;' I II March 1 1. the legislation which I Completely :
eliminated the 4% sales tax on .
I
I i iI residential utilities will begin ." '1" .. .. r(

I to take effect '" : ,'N'} b1 .
;
I NO NOT Due to the cycle billings of '
HERE utility companies there will bea ,nb r r1
gradual phase-out of the tax.
This phase-out should be com- '}
;
pleted by the April billings

BUT Wla DO PAY This law was recommendedby ,
YOU TO the Governor and passed by .
the Legislature during the recent tr ,

I II special session. It eliminates \1 '
a tax which was phasedIn -
I
I : SAVE HERE in a similar fashion on April'
I : I, 1968.
The residential utilities this ,.

j Yon Expect MORE .: natural graphic will exempt and messages artificial are electric and gas longdis power, tele- Here Is What You. Get FREE ESTIMATES .


tance telephone calls beginning 8 OOO BTU Carrier Furnace
t and terminating In Florida and ,


I:I From Fir Federal :I monthly telephone regular subscribers recurring services charges for including: local to <.l Seven Thermostat Air Supply Controls Ducts $1 3 ,

l
1 A mobile radlo-teiepnones. e One Return Air Duct 5

A All Labor And
Materials
And You V. A. Benefits

Get MORE II I I 1 Total $740,588In 2 Tons((24,000 BTU) Air Conditioner


1 I Fiscal 71 Completely Installed

W.B. Muckall Director of the Furnance
I : Division of Veterans Affairs Oil Or Electric
Gas
Savings Deposited In First advises that Veterans Administration Centrally ,
"in a''o
I Expenditures Furnances Availabler
1 Bradford County; totaled $740- Located

Federal Earn From 5-6% I 588 in fiscal year 1971.
Statewide total were more -
Per Annum I than $446 million. The bulk
of the money went for disability

With Earnings Companded Quarterly I ; compensation and pension "


j Passbook A nd Certificate SavingsIn 173 payments Other In this expenditures for County.veterans$514 In Brad,- Central Healing. Only A s Listed Above $795.00'( '

ford for fiscal 1971
year
were
By The/ .10th Earn From TIle 1st for GI Bill and the VA educa- .'.

tion programs $134,201andln-;
durance and indemnities $70-
We Pay State Intangible Tax On Savings Invested Here. I 214.Mackall PHONE
urged all county; veteran -

I r I *, toseeklnformationonany AIR CONDITIONING 1 I I EQUIPMENTCOMMERCiAt 1 I
I II program from County; Service
t11r H..... I Officer: A.L, Crosby, Jr. or 964-7701 t
I D MM Him Ttiiir. I ..... t* J f.m.fiUmf write bl m at P.O. Box 1437 I RESIDEHTIAL .
... .. ...
4. 5.30 I or contact the neare.tVeterana .,
C.. .... S.fi.d.y
Administration Office.:

: FIRST FEDERAL CONVENIENT BANK FINANCING
; Personal Income Is at an slltlme j
high. However. It Is fast losing
I Savings and Loan Association of Starke I the race to outgo.


ra..a I Advice to all eaten: If you are SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

I TILtPHOMf "4-5000 thin, don't eat fast If you are
:
The i/ow.e OfSarinfp; e' 39 S W. MADISON IT. 1 fat, don't eat. Fast!

I Some of the best arguments\ are '332 W. M*
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what they're talking about.




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For P.M.Pursuits Traffic Laws Discussed
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...r": .
New traffic laws effective Jan. visible.
Ixfiv Income Residents 1, 1972 were discussed by Cpl.
Paul Carter of the Florida City, county, and state laws
Highway Patrol at the Tuesday are to be uniform so motorists
'/ morning meeting of the Starke will not be confused about regulations

Elected To CUBE Board Clvltan Club. ary lines.when crossing bound-

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'a t Moat of the changes are ex-

1 In voting held Saturday; Feb. i and HeUbrom Springs (0 District at Neighborhood Service Centers tensions to existing headlights laws such and ter 19 Clvitans and participated heard Col. In Car-
distances a
19. low Income residents of 0 areas was Catherine Head Start Centers, and y p1GRAPi1IC as to be question and
tall light are required answer period.
the four counties represented Dean. Elected from the Law- by mobile units roaming the

by lected CUBB Economic Agency- toy District( H)was John Sher- four counties. Due to Saturday. -____--____-n_._.C.,...._....n.nn..n nun_..n............_
representatives the man and elected from the being windy and cold, the mobile i
poverty agency's board of di- Hampton and Brooker areas units had the most success -
rectors.Bradford. (District JD) was Barbara Bru- gathering votes by callIng '
County wu divided no. house to house. Conq-; HEATING and
At least two candidates ran : r
Into these- dI.bic. Electedto
In each district, leaving no uncontested The newly elected board
board
the from the Stark
members will take office at
races, according to
CUBB Director Nelson Rlos. the next CUBB Board of Directors 1111 CDIDITlolllG f
meeting set Monday "

Votes were taken at booths Feb. 28. The election Insured : SALES SERVICE
Group that low Income representativeswere
elected by those who are : I
directed Rios said. FFA Week ProclaimedFebruary auloeNnu,

To-Mgt Stamp ProgramTo Other representatives on the I it
governing board of the com- 19-26 Is National featured on County Agent Bobby :
Open munity action agency will come' FFA Week so proclaimed In Taylor's WPXE radio programat :: ,
On from civic and government Starke by Mayor Carl Hurst, 12:36 p.m.each day this week. : \ COMMdOAlI >

City ((1 From: Peg. l 1)) groups to make up the board's above as FFA'ers Mike Gas- Gashing Is president of the t *' 'JS 1
required; representation of one-. kins, Dale demons and Mike ''rn ,
FFA Jet
An ,will be eligible to purchase food third from each category. Oliver look on. Bradford Junior chapter $i
Important meeting of Clemons is president of the WE SERVICE ALL MAKES
Starke' Downtown Improve. stamps who were not on public) The four-county area servedby "FFA -Youth With A Pur- Senior Chapter: and Oliver is ART-.Whlte dots INDhahaAtk *
jnent Committee .. set next assistance or receiving com- CUBB was divided Into 12 pose" states bumper stickers chairman of the Building Our sparkle on black cotton in a
Wednesday, March 1,' at the modities. districts of approximately low- being sold by FFA members American Communities -Com bore-shouldered dance dress k)
Holiday Inn at 12:15 p.m: Mrs. Bennett said she presently Income population to ensure during FFA week. The two local mittee. for evening. The halter neckline 3
has on file 141 applications that each seat allocated to a Future Farmers organlza- is accented with an oversize
Richard E. Johnston direc- to receive representative corresponds to Ions also have a display In the white bow In this design
tor of Community Development and feels that coulee about the same number of low Chamber of Commerce windowat DON RICHlE PROMOTEDIN by Jean Louis. I :
for the Jacksonville Area will be eligible for' food income residents throughout(the Call and Walnut streets.They NAVAL RESERVEDon h I 964i363 i
Chamber of Commerce will stamps. area. A total of 28 candidates presented> the Rotary Club program R.R. Expenses
be the guest speaker. Associated ran from the 12 districts. Wednesday and are being Richie of Gainesville Up .
with community "develop Low Income CUBB board representatives son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. American railroads spent
ment for a number of years; elected Saturday The total number of serious Richie of Route 1, Starke has $1.65 billion for fuel, materi
Johnston' will present a slide 15 Seniors from other counties are: been promoted to the ratingof als and supplies during 1969.
program of various community Clay County- Pinkie L. Cole- crimes reported across Chief in the Naval Reserve This
figure, from the
the nation in the first half of Association i STARKEle;:
Improvement projects that have man Hlggtns, Molly Cunningham 6th Naval District, Gainesville of
been undertaken In several cities Leave Early Margaret R. Moore and this year increased by 11 per- Division. American Railroads, .
throughout the country."It Pearlle Lee Jefferson. cent over the same period of Richie has 18 years of com- represents a 7.8-percent increase
(From Pag 1)) Union CountyArnelto; Allen a year ago FBI DirectorJ. bined service In the Marine over the $1.53 billion JU nowllu STAlKI. 11A
Is believed hi.'lI..sen- and Florin Copeland. Edgar Hoover reported. Corps and the Naval Reserve. spent in 1968. .
tation and discussion can lead Baker County-Elder; Richard
to some concrete proposals for verage In his first year of college Farmer and Angelina Jeffer
upgrading Call Street," says he will be awarded his son.
Bradford Chamber of'ComI' I high school diploma.
merce Executive: John Myers.
Another program is in whicha .
All local Call Street business student may leave school at KH Move V. MARIANNA
Interests and Interested ,the completion of bis senior aft
citizens are Invited to attend. year to flnd! work In a Job Protested.
Since It Is a luncheon meetIng related to a skill he has been ti
It Is requested; that the taught In school. The students TERWILLEGAR
local chamber office be notified will receive credits accordingto (From Page 1)) ISEBRINGITERHILLEGAR
by phone 964-5278 of the number of hours works I fb r
those desiring to attend. on the Job. Several councilmen voiced the f r
five
opinion that In another or
"Well find out hoWl much ten years the Federal govern- "/j Z p\\ :

interest there Is," Myers, .pre., ment would have to step In I _'; :.. ,
dicts. ScienceAwards and compell fast-growing areas L,4 tIIIiJ!! !! .

'The Downtown Improvement such as Keystone to Install ; -
Committee was created.as a sewage cIISpo systems. !r.
.
result of a push by the local "We can't provide these I
Chamber of Commerce. things unless we have some
Chaired by Wayne WhUfen, local (From: Page 1)) help from the surrounding

optometrist, and Brian Hamilton area" Fox said.According MOTORS ,
of Stump's Department Patrick. Jerry Devote
to Mayor Starns,
Store the committee was active Sheppard, Teresa
for several months last the plan does not now Include
;year before suspending activi- Tammy Rayburn.Harold Young, annexation: of the Crystal Lake
ties for the holiday season Bruce Trlmm David Godsey. area but does Include Lake _, i
MUtonBjiker., and Gary;UnderJ :-. Brooklyn and Loch Lomond. six 1"'"''"', ,, .
Eleven 'persons Utdno dA!. 3 J I ', Originally the proposed area I. q"i. XI ." 1
committee iBejMWBjttM ii4NiHntevember MAUedgbthgradastude!lt.twen, nt extended,north to the Keystone 'r' I' .h '
'
,and agrTwhat StWttH teoulred; to do projects amend Airport hangar but the Crystal ;JJfl IV J M (II
ultimately IKM&S if-plenty"of*'"' participation by the Lake area as been dropped.
off-street parking and, per- seventh graders was vol tary. Also omitted Is the High Ridge
haps a face lifting for the Judging of the projects: was Estates development which has .
downtown area (Call Street) If done by the Science Department over 200 miles of sandclayroad '. ,
It can be done lnexpln lvely. teachers. the city did not wish to ..,..1.":)
.f'
assume maintenance of.
Approaching the Starkeclty
council last November-the C.1' \!. Names Panel In his preliminary presentation -
Starnes said that
committee assured the city will Mayor
cooperate with the ImProve- On EnvironmentGeneral at the present rate of ..lxmllis.a ,
ment push In ways that<|cost home up to $5,000 value pays
little money. It was also learned! Motors announced $30 In city taxes: a home up
that federal urban renewal funds the establishment, of a Sci- to $15,000 pays $60; and one
cannot be used for the project ence Advisory Committee to up to $20,000 pays $90 (assuming -
since no public) housing will assist the corporation in the owner claims homestead SALES
be Included. technological and scientific exemption. He said this CONTESTf
was a small amount to pay In
Many Ideas on how to Improve matters. exchange for city-provided ser
he downtown have been James M. Roche, Chairman vices."I f
discussed*, from turning Call stated that the com-
Street Into a shopping mall with mittee will advise the GM believe we are going to :

no cars allowed store to fronts simply with redecorating Executive Committee on thecorporation's have 1,000 Keystone people and living 4,000 In present In- ENDS FEBRUARY 29th I

policies and
ac.
relatively Inexpensive awn- the surrounding area In the
tivities concerning basic and next five to ten years,"Stares
applied research, including(in said. "Thousands of new building \
Ings.Firm PInnsEXpansion. particular the effects of its lots are being .Unlesswe
operations and products upon the surrounding area.


the environment.Mr.., Roche members said. the of distinguished this Its expand capacity be boxed;:our to In serve limits.and the will Keystonewill area lose," And We Intend To Be In First Place! t.


(from Peg 1)) committee will bring some the Mayor said. .

Bradford County Development of the nation's top scientific A sore spot with many people ." ,'': :.
Authority at $515 per month talent to help guide General > attending the hearing was t
that they live and are regis- ,) :
over a 12 year period. Motors activities.Dr. in Duval County -
tered voters )
The clothing plant here Is Charles H. Townes has second homes on
but have
owned by Vogue Inc. .President been appointed Chairman of lakes. Therefore -
area AND
the Keystone NEW CARS
of the firm Is Harold Ve- t' TRUCKS
the committee. Dr. Townes, they would not be eligible i :
gel of New York City nd Flynn .
: a Nobel Prize Physicist, is a to vote In the referendum.
general Vogel and Manager.Flymv.?; ''met. lest professor, at the University "Other people some of whom in COUNT IN THIS CONTEST ;
of of California.The other do not even own property ,
Wednesday with members members .
.
the area, will be voting for .
the county development auth- of the committee are: it said.
to taxes was
us pay
ority In an attempt; to arrange Dr. Raymond F. Baddour t.
financing for the proposed expansion -Head of the Department of In pointing up the advantagesof
) to the south side of tubpresent Chemical Engineering and annexation, Starve said that


Southslde Flynn told building Elementary the DA adjacent that School.Vogue to mental Director Laboratory of the Environ-at the now under plan receive a proposed Keystone an estimated revenue Heights would sharing $24.-- We're On The Last Lap With

cannot handle the expansion Massachusetts Institute of 570 in additional tax funds
project) on its own. When asked Technology.Dr. but that If the area and popu- e
by BCDA Chairman Jimmy Lee A. DuBridge lation were doubled, it would
Moore specifically what he former Science Adviser to receive twice as much mon- i
wanted, Vogel asked for complete President Nixon and former
> financing by the local President of the California ey.William Bartlett of Brook- s

development Member agency.Ervin Andrews Institute of Technology.Dr. lyn Bay spoke in favor of annexation '

responded that BCDA does not Martin Goland-President saying he would be TRUCKS \\.t.Co", .-
have the funds to handle a of the Southwest Re- willing to pay the additional
$50,000 project, but assuredthe senrch Institute.Dr taxes for services received.He ",0 :
criticized the trend of businesses
Vogue representatives that Robert S.. Morison
any; I pos sible help will be given, Professor of Science and So- who were along inside Highway the 21 city north and, :

them. Jr.It ciety In the Program on are now moving beyond the
was pointed our that the Science( Technology and Society -' doIng L48 CARS
still city limits. "They are BANK FINANCING
Authority
owes Development about$30,000 on the transaction and Professor of Biology this to escape taxes"Bartlett !:: :
which at Cornell University. said, "although they are
gave the two bowling years alley ago buildingto Dr. Robert L. Sproull- making their "living from Keystone i


company Various Vogue.were plans eIIscu.sed.for helping The the President Rochester.*of*the* Universityof Fox will said Heights.be that held additional before hearings the- We Will Not Turn Down Any REASONABLE OFFER For ,A t

meetiivi was adjourned with the eoMervstlmlil, MJTI w. Council actually votes on the
understanding lhat. 1an8 wouldbe ..... Issue in order that more material '
lilted more plsees_ s New Car Or A Truck
checked out with local man e.. "spend torn Urn can be'presented, which During The Balance Of February
banking Institutions and brought widest hearing Ike weed W was not available Tuesday night. ii
up again In'another meeting. a ......* Well e.e place Is'ea Dates of these hearings will .
In addition to Moon and Andrews almost say rural .highway. be set later he said. .

other'I BCDA members at& midnight when your ewe It was announced that a meetIng -
present at the meeting were motor& quill. of persons In the proposed- VI
Bryant Reddish CtoyUndrewi. e ere annex area will be held at With Clyde Or Enure Today !
Don Hill Freeman Register, III1IN &On climalt Jr.. Zedra Hamlltoiv-Ew- Una cold.! ,. Heidi of snowmobiles In the Keystone masonic hall, Yt
cuUve Secretary John Myers are ipotttd farthtr" fi
and CliamberofCommerceS.c- loath every winttr to map plans for the continuing I
retary Lillian Pearson. fight against annexation:



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BY LINDA\ 0. COX: my opinion. It the movies are PTA WILLJ\IEET,
not decent for children they The Brooker Elementary .
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAL>a NEW RIVER BAPTISTSWEETHEARTBANQVET are not decent for adults ei- School PTA will meet at 7:30:
Node U hereby given that In County Judge's Court, In court. You are hereby com- Saturday night Feb. 12, will VALENTINE PARTY ther' p.m. Tuesday Feb. 29. An executive -

I, P. D. Reddish as Sheriff and For Bradford County, Flo months manded from within the six date calendar of the The New River Baptist Church long be remembered by the 18 Mrs. Nancy Jakab gave her Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal, board meeting will be T'

of Bradford County Florida rida. first publication of this notice fellowship hall beautifully decorated guests as an evening of wholesome Primary Sunday School Classof along with Mr. and Mrs. La- held at 7 p.m. .
under and -by virtue of Writ In re: Estate of Ralph Pear to in this court In admitting with red hearts and entertainment. delicious Smyrna Missionary Baptist vern Dyal and Suzanne wentto Mrs. Khan's kindergarten' ',
of Execution, to-wlt sail, deceased. appear said will to probate- cupids carrying out the Valen- food and wonderful fellowship. Church of Starke a Valentine Jacksonville last Sunday and group Mrs. Jackson's lit and :..
Execution issued out of Small NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll should not stand unrevoked. tine theme was the setting Party at tier home In Brooker enjoyed visiting with Mr. and 2nd graders along with Miss %
Claims C'.ourtofBradford creditors of the estateof Theron A. for their first Youth Sweetheart GA's WILL MEETOn on Sunday after Feb. 13. The Mrs. Steve Kelley and family Hill's 2nd and 3rd graders will ."-
ty Florida pursuant to a Final Ralph Pearsall deceased Bradford Yawn County; Banquet. Friday afternoon Feb. children enjoyed fellowship together and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sor- present a musical program tinv
Judgement for Southern DIs- arelwrebynotifledandrequiredto Judge Florida County,. The tables were set up In 25, at '3:15: the Girls Auxiliarywill Mrs. Jakab served her rells and daughters. der the. direction of William
count Company of Starke Florida file any claims or demands 17 a U-shape and were covered meet at the New River class home-made Valentine Mr. and Mrs. David Sumner Chapman.' Hope to see a large J'_ "
and against J. T. Pad- which they may have against Clerk Betty A. Phillips with white cloths and red hearts. Baptist Church to begin their cookies, valentine candy, hot of Starke were last Friday night crowd at PTA this month. Come <*.'

gett & Alma Padgett; defendants said estate In the office of the First publication on Feb. 24 Red candles gave a warm glow Missionary study about Annie dogs and tea. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. out and enjoy this special program
In the a mount $400.00 county; Judge of Bradford County 1972 to the atmosphere Red camel Armstrong. 'Zoltan Jakab and family. that the children and Mr.

together with costs of collect- Florida, In the courthouseat 2/24 4t 3/16 has were used to adorn the Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cox of Chapman have planned for you .'.:
Starke Florida within six tables while red azaleas were MARDI GRAS TRIP BIRTHDAYMiss Castlewood Va. were visiting and at the'same time support oN
IonHave seized and have In calendar months from the date used to accept other parts of Cherie Hinton and Lane Tem Deena Lynn Cox en Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox and your Brooker PTA. ."?
possession the following des-my of the first publication of this In County the room. ple flew from Jacksonville to joyed her 3rd birthday on Wednesday children In Brooker and Mr. Dewey McKinney, principalof
cribed personal td- notice. Each claim or demand and Judge's Court In The delicious menu was pre- New Orleans on Sunday Feb. Feb. 16..She and her and Mrs. Mack. Pressley and the, Brooker Elementary '
wit property must be In writing and must For Bradford County Flo- pared and furnished by ladles 13, and were met by Cherle'sdad brother Bradlee helped to decorate Becky Lake Butler over the School announces a holiday for v

W4 ChAvmlnt, Pick UD Truck state the place of residence rida.In of the Church. and family Mr. and Mrs. her hearty-shaped birth weekend. children and a planning day for ':'*
Tag# C/K971 and post office address of the re: Estate of James W. The pastor's wife Mrs. Jim Bill Hinton and children. They day cake which was placed on Prayer List: Morris Dyal teachers onr Friday, March 3. si

ID* 4C144A137861 claimant and must be sworn Abell NOTICE deceased.TO CREDITORSAll Countryman planned and made went directly from the airport a beautiful >pink> Valentine candy and.Monroe Barns. There will be NO SCHOOL for :..;
Title #1844610 to by the claimant. his agent. the decorations with some of to the Mardi Gras parade box. Deena enjoyed those who students. J:f
As the property of the above or Ms attorney or It will become James creditors of the estateof the young people assisting her. route and enjoyed several events came to help her celebrate
named defendant and that void according to law. W. Abell deceased Mrs. Countryman also led the that afternoon including this occasion. ;-: ;-

Monday the 13th day of Marctv on. February I I. 1972. are hereby to file notified claims and required group singing the Krewe of Bacchus Parade THE TP.UTN'ABuT,: :. ,"'""qI .
.
sEdward G. Saxon any or Phil PERSONALSOn oOY .
1972 at twelve o'clock Noonon / The Pastor Rev. Jim Countryman with Harris comedian "' 'i .. .r.
said day on the premises Administrator of the Estate against demands said which estate they In may the have office was speaker for, the dressed like the Greek God Monday Feb. 14, Mrs. n'v' v ;y:;:pI\\(.,:-t a ,,,,,r r.1 *;,. <
of Ralph Pearsall deceased Bacchus. Theo
evening.To Dyal attended Brad
a C'iiI.
of the Bradford County Jan. of the county Judge of Brad- highlight the Tuesday Feb. 13, was Mardi ford :}aw' :;
I will offer for sale and sell ford County Florida In the activities, County; Nurses Council S wAg 4IAIG (f':
First publication February 10, Miss Vicky Gras day-- the biggest and Luncheon
to the highest bidder for cashin courthouse at Henry was crowned at the Garden Restaurant Z j' '
hand the above described 1972. Starke Florida Queen of the occasion while most celebrated of all. There in Starke.On w.'
property of said defendant b 2/10 4t 3/2 within the date six of calendar the first months publication from Mike Emery was crowned King. were more than 100 floats In Friday night Feb. H, Mr. -rE MI$ 4 ;
-
satisfy the aforesaid Execu- of this They were selected for their the Krewe of Rex Parade each and -Mrs. Tommy Cox Bradleeand A -Lcb n, ""
notice. Each claimor
Church named after Greek God ... .: \.. ,I.
outstanding work and a or Deena. enjoyed at
eating .
tion. In The Circuit Court of Florida demand must be In writingand Christian attitudes.. Goddess. the "Red Barn. the f :. I ) (,I 0:1: Wpftt 'I, ,. .." ..... _'.,'
called '
/sp.. D. Reddish Eighth Judicial Circuit; must state the place of Rev. Countryman presentedboth The local girls report having -. "Rooster Barn" by; three year ...:...:. !?v..! .., .. ( .,.',,' ,. .. .1 .1.1 "),'
residence and ..: ,
office address
In and For Bradford County. post .
r. :,
Sheriff of them with a Bible as a wonderful time visitingthe old Deena. Afterwards we wentto '" -
Bradford County Civil Action. Case No. of the claimant and must, a memento of the occasion. Hinton family In New Orleans -' see a wonderful movie whichI J;' .t
Florida Division- be sworn to by the claimant, Other adults attending this and attending the Mardi was afraid was a thing of the The only way be certain if termites
2/17 4t 3/9 In Re: The Marriage of Jo- It his will agent or hIs attorney or banquet besides Rev. and Mrs. Gras events. They returned to past. The movie was "Song are doing damage to your home ,is by o .lr'
become
nez Love Campbell Wife and to law. void according; Countryman, were Mr.and Mrs. good ole Brooker on Wednesday of the South", a Walt.DIsney thorough inspection by trained personnel. y.i
Barry Blair Campbell Hus- Ernest Douglas and Mrs. Lloyd Feb.! 16. movie. Uncle Remus was in .
band.NOTICE February/ 18, 1972.Abell Dyal. Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. It, telling his good stories a-, FREE INSPECTION". : ESTIMATE : .
NOTICE OF SUIT sPatsy TaylorAdministrator NEW A:.mv AL
Dyal are teachers of the young bout "Brer Rabbit and Brer 'i"
Miss Dorothy Swanbom has Tot Barry B. Campbell. M.D.C. people. Congratulations to Staff Sgt Fox." I guess this was the '.' ",1 ., .;
made Application to the Brad- O. Mall Room. Box #90, Estate of James W. A-
Each guest seems to feel and Mrs. Troy (Bud) Jones first time that our childrenhad ifi
ford County Zoning Board for U. S. Naval Hospital San Diego bell deceased. UNDER DIRECTION. :.
very appreciative toward the on the birth of a son, Adam ever been exposed to him.
reclassification of the property You California 92134 First publication on 24th February new pastor and his wife Rev. Troy on February 14. The ,Anyway they enjoyed them OI'DA' GRADUATE ENTOMOLOGIST! 'nSIRLOIN
described below from EA to are hereby notified that 1972. and Mrs. Jim Countryman for Joneses are stationed at Fort selves so much that at the ";'d Is
BR-Retall Sales and Service Jones Love Campbell has filed 2/24 4t 3/16 all their time and efforts !In Gordon Augusta Ga., and live end Deena cried because that EST < :

2 Acres out of NW-V4 of a suit against you In the Circuit planning and working in orderto In the nearby town of Harlem.' was all. She wanted to see Phone .',
NE-1/4 Ex R/W Sec 3 Twp Court of Florida Eighth In the Circuit Court Eighth make the banquet possi Maternal grandparents of the more. I am hoping that the CONTROLTCHIMI
6 South Rge. 22.East Being Judicial Circuit. In and for Judicial Circuit of Florida In baby are Mr. and. Mrs. Lee theatres will start showing $ kt. CO. 964-5745
208 Ft on East R/W of Hwy Bradford County; the suit being and For Bradford County Roy Green of Brooker. The more family movies- some good -.!'
301 by 418 Ft East and West. entitled The Marriage of Jo- ble.WISH .'
,
CIVIL ACTION paternal grandmother Is Mrs. entertainment, for a change. In :..
Parcel Lying South' of Resi nez: Love Campbell Wife and Case No. 1267 I'D SAID Edna Jones of Macclenny. ,:d

dence. Barry Blair Campbellr Hus- Dennis W. Criffls and Ruby
This change In classificationis
band. The suit Grills his wife Plaintiff-vs- THATThe "
subject to a public hearingto Is for dissolution of marriage.You t'L4
Bernls C. Belcher and Lois
be held on Tuesday Feb. 29, ..,<"9
are required to file
your B. Belcher his wife Defendant.
1972 at 7:30: PM In the County answer or other pleadings to NONCE OF SUIT- 1\ ;),:;
Commission room at the Brad- the Petition with the Clerk of NO PROPERTYTO '
ford County Court House at said Court; and to serve a copy ST I.ijKE'S 'j.

I which time all persons Interested thereof upon Petitioner of Pe- : reason a dog has so
You notified that
are hereby :
be heard for LOWEST ,i
shall or
titioner's
I attorneys whose an action for Mortgage Fore- many friends la that he wags
against the proposal as specified names and address appear below closure has been filed againstyou his tail instead of his tongue. :.
in the Zoning Code of not later than March 7. FOOD :
Bradford County. and you are required to -Judy S.Smeltzer The Wukaruaa -
1972. Herein fall not or a (
John Chairman served a copy of your written (Ind.) Tribune.
Torode
default will be entered against defenses. If any to It, on the'plalnwr. :
Bradford County Zoning you for your failure to ans- attorney whose PRICES t ;

2/17B2tp 2/24 wer or plead. name and address is George ,iln: '1320 -:-:

Dated this 28th day of Jan- H. Pierce. P. O. Drawer 1030 JacksonvilleBusiness 8UPERMARKET8 WALNUT ST. r'\,:>I'

uary A. D.1972.tnbert Starke EJa. and file the original 'V

In The Circuit Court of The S. Brown with the clerk of the e
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida Clerk of the above entitled above styled court on or before .
In and For Bradford Coun- Court March 13, 1972; otherwisea
Cat # 1260 Moody 'Judgement may be entered .
ty. l ark .
Depute :
In Re: The Marriage of R v. ; 'against.you for the relief demanded -P .1 1' : ;
Jr. Husbandand Fagan Crouch Anderson & In the complaint or CEN1Ei CUT BO ILESSICU i ''jut
ford C. Evans petition. r t II NTER
DirectoryAuto ; ; ii
Judy L. Evans Wife Folds : : ; C K CUT
NOTICE OF SUIT Attorneys for Petitioner WITNESS my hand and the 1 r /
TO: Judy L. Evans Route 1, 212 S. E. First Street seal of said Court on Feb. 15,
Buffalo South Carolina 29321.You Gainesville. Florida 32601 1972. :
Are Hereby Notified that 2/10 4t 3/2 -- Gilbert S. BrownAs Sales and Service STEAKS STEAK ROAST ::
an action for divorce has been Clerk of said Court -
By Edwards Parrish
filed against you and you are NOTICE OF INTENTION TO : Betty Motor ,'1
required to serve a copy of As Deputy Clerk 1 1 rIMY

your written defenses If any; REGISTER Notice Is FICTITIOUS hereby given NAME that 2/24(Court 4t Seal 3/18) HALES $ U29 i IIwIrrfnlPA1fb 8 C :. T
to it on SHAW AND KOPELOU- / tdrQ$119 *,
the
the undersigned, under provision SERVICE 1-.r
t SOS Attorneys for Plaintiff of 20.953 Laws of Florida -rl 'PARTS 'VOL"' '" fa I) LB 1 1 aED. .LB :.
whose address Is 142 West CaU Acta of 1941 will regis- NOTICEI :
Street P. O. Box 1086 Starke ter with the Clerk of the Cir
Florida 32091. and tile the original cuit Court in and for Bradford will not be responsible for Always: Good 'v.... Cans 1rr"
with the Clerk of the debts made by anyone other thanmy.eJr .
County, Florida upon William C. Loper. KM Lien St. Ph. 3M-5CS4 YN /,. Ilrl Y. .--,
above-styled Court on or before proof of publication of this notice SLICED JAO'Atf* > PYNtTASTI SLICED ,
2tp. 32.NOTICE. 14PORKLOIN
March 20, 1972 otherwise a the fictitious name) of CannedHAMS .
i'i
Judgment may be entered a- Bradford County Abstract Com ELECTRIC MOTORS GROUND AMERICAN
.
..
.a.IYIRVDAV
OF INTENTION TO
galnst you for the relief demanded -
under which we are en- '
pany ,. .
In die REGISTER FICITTOUS NAME
WITNESS my Complaint.hand and the gaged McMahon In business Street StarkeBFlo Notice is hereby given that PEAVY Brothers 'I. ;

seal of said Court on the of rlda.J. the undersigned under the provision Electric Co. ...,..",
Laws ,
of 20,953 of Flor
day of February 1972.
Thelma A. Din- ,
R. Kelly z .\o
Acts of will
ida. 1941. register
Gilbert S. Brown
,
kins d/b/a Bradford County Abstract Electric Motors <:
of the Circuit
with the Clerk
r
As Clerk of Said Court ;
Co. Dated this 8th day lOW /AIf( lowmctiHORMEL 1 1 '
lvIAYDAY
Court. In and for Bradford Sold Serviced Repaired 1 '
By: Virginia F. Darby of February A.D.1972 at Starke OanaatorsStaters- ........ ,..... BETTY 1 170. WHOLE ,Irfrlll,,,"r/' ---
Deputy Clerk Bradford County Florida, upon proof Armature i rrarffr CORN KERNEL OH y .
Florida. j ;
SEAL County of publication of this notice Rewinding4044 -. FRUIT CROCKER tfwlafcu IOSotCREAMSTYIE: :
First publication' : February 24, 2/17 4tchg 3/9 the fictitious name of Ham Lenox Jax. 387-2328 DRINKS> 1 CHILI,:.:. I ,.
10T' <_). mond's Discount House .under 1 I I GARDEN PEAS OR :i,
.w. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE which I am engaged In business :aer4s. : 9 1 3/$1:: I ASS'TMIXE' 5 I 1601 ,;.,. .
I
=
2/24 4t 3/16 Notice Is hereby given that at 301 North Starke PIANOS ----------1--------_. I I ,All GREEN
L P. D. Reddish "as Sheriff Florida. IVElrDAttOWCfI, ? 1 IVUrOAYIOW'/c1I/ I LIMAS 1601 CANS f, ::
of Bradford County Florida Mildred Hammond solo owner YAMAHA PIANOS 1 ,I :.
In The Court of the County under and by virtue of Writ whose address Is Rt. 2, CONN and KIMBALL LIBBY'S TOMATO ; Dl..oc.Month.... ....H''... 1 1 .+
Judge Bradford County, Florida of Execution to-wit:' Box 29 A, Starke Florida. Da- ORGANS PUDDINGSori 3/$1 ROSE EiN31
JUICE ( IS.Soz 1
,
Execution Issued out of Small ted this 18th day of FebruaryA. : *CAM 6'I$1 .;...

IN PROBATEIn Claims Court of Duval County D. 1972 at Starke Brad- 1 4 4ge j BOXES j BY user .,.-.
re: Estate of Furmon Wilson Florida pursuant to a Final ford County Florida. ... ': :.

Deceased.To Judgement for General Finance rrr--------.
All Creditors and Persons Loan Co. of Jacksonville North 2/24 4tp 3/16 I / / h r / w.*..

having Claims or De- Florida and against Nick GrIt- BHM .aHBVMMMI M>* -> 1-mE Ji 1'mIID'! Y. Yrl Yo ,'
mands Against Said Estate: fls & Lizzie Griffin, defendants .V:
You and each of you are In the amount of $691.49 a bal- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I PLAYTEX :-:;
hereby notified and requiredto ance of which $561.87 remains REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1 COUPON I I COUPON I

present any claims or demands together with costs of collect- Notice Is hereby given that KIMBALL : MAXWELL HOUSE I I II FOLGER'S I .:,

which you or either ion unpaid together with costs the undersigned under the provision "SWINGER"ORGANS I INSTANT COFFEE: I I INSTANT COFFER : TAMPONS ..t'.
of you may have against the of collection of 20,953 Laws of Florida 601 JAR lOoi JAR ,-
I I I
Have seized and have In Acts will registerwith HMsevelt& Mall-388,tS .. .,....,.. I 30V ,
estate of Furmon Wilson deceased ray of 1941 IWItH, .IHIt. .COUPON. 1,1 wnY,..IYO.eu.oY.. I / to e*!; .
ill
O "0' .r..YI/ 01 IrOlf'NIU
late of said County possession the following described the Clerk of the Circuit 61.f I .OYeM SUM*
; M- I. l.rl. UMII'I ( '
to the County Judge of Brad- personal property to- Court. In and for Bradford County FURNITURE .. ::. .:==_.1 !..::; :' = '.;._1

ford County Florida at his wit: Florida upon prod of .."OU.. '.0.... U .h..!.
office In the court house of 1961 Green Ford Truck publication of this notice the CREAM I 'IM'IICM' 1 Golden 1I .S. NC). 1
said County at Starke Florida Tab # 45 K 14 fictitious name of Mr. Otto PIES I PIZZA 1 Ripe | BAY r 1

within six calendar months from IDIF35CN150128As Beauty Salon, under which we ; ..-........,... 1 I ff3 & I WH'ITE 1
i the time of the first publication the property of the above are engaged in business at 120 FURNITURE. 1.014/$1 -. 77<
of this notice. Each claimor named defendant and that on South Court St.. Starke Flor ins' BANANAS
demand shall be In writing Monday the 20th day of March ida. __:. .______.. ._. ______ 1 POTATOES, Vf'J...
...... .
and shall state the place of 1972 at twelve o'clock Noon Ottd F. Siemer Jr. and Eloise .c..cu. BOTTLEOF1OO -

residence and post office address on said day on the premises H. Sterner whose address Is Up To 40% Savings FRENCHFRIES I .,.
of the claimant and shall of the Bradford County Jail 603 Plnewood Drive Starke ASPIRIN '- -'WDIP'; g ,... LB
be sworn to by the claimant I will offer for sale and sell Florida. Dated this 21st day of Chair Co. 1 / 10 BAG 48j
his agent or attorney and any to the highest bidder for cash February A.D. 1972 at Starke Baxley 2=2919.: "WIll",

such claim or demand not so in hand' the above described Bradford County Florida. 645 Casxtt .1 1 Block -
t property; of said defendant tolaU.ty OVER'7.000 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES I YELLOW ALL PURPOSE :
filed shall be void. From MOJacksonville \
GOOD 7 DAYS A WEEK. BONUS
the aforesaid i
Executions 2/24 3/16
Michael C. Bergen 4tp. BUYS GOOD THRU MARCH I I. 1971. 3L1 APPLES LB i
/ / P. D. Reddish 389.1741 1 ONIONS 29 4 45 .
As executor of the Last Sheriff QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .eA0. .......j., lAG ,
Will and Testament of i
Furmon Wilson deceased Bradford County Flo- -- ivtiruv tow mci 11 nm j uw men BONUS Burl< mirm tow met i mnetr low nianmirnt uw men.

rida. ....
First publication February 10, 2/24 4t 3/16 BKEADEB :
1972 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home SOLID FISH -g8AGE Breakfast POTATO

"'10 4t 3/2 In County; Judge's Court In.and OLEO C DRINK i CHIPS :

For Bradford County Florida
e e In re: Estate of James W, STARKE 7cto :.
' ,, ..
Seine '.political' itragtgitttwarn / Abell, deceased

prttidintiathoptfult NOTICE OF PROBATETo PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE < mm*MOW met fcimirMF low met M mimr lowmciiimirMrtowmm (vtvDAV IOW PRICIIi. i mrurio*mn 1 mm*? IOIT man ",-
against' getting 'into tin race all persons. Interested In .IOUIA* O.
too tarty., On tin other hand the Estate of Said Decedent: CONTAC >AMTY MIMTWhff imiaMM*iWalb.BREAD IMS*(AH rCHERRY
"If you/ delay/, thtrt it ,Hit, You are hereby notified that HEIGHTS CAPSUIIS Biili* I BABY .
danger 'that alt 'the elichtt will' a written Instrument purporting HAI* SPHAIT. i POWDER
H tok.... to be the last will and testament PHONE 47.1-3176: 4MMM W* Wl nCAKE :r:
of said decedent has been a 29 2/79'
admitted to probate In this ..--or

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-. Negro, History WeekCelebrated

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-. fMBgra stor Week was cele .tor sweet potatoes,and 330 subjitances By IM'-t. GIYeM Walker
bratedFeb... 13-19 tat ocwmenv.eralian. derived ,for peanuts.
;CHURCH ACnVTTtES .-of the birthdays both .Milton U Olive m, killed DELL CHAPTER OES ajn, with the rout!< In charge. League at 4 p.m. Evening service -
Grace lUied Methodist h :Abraham Uneoln and and Frsdrlc October 12 1965 at the age of The first business. meeting Evening service 4 pjn. All 8 p.m. Visitors always
Sunday Scboo1IMS ajn.i,Worship DouKla. freatNerraaboIishlanlst 22 when be threw himself on' of the month will be held Thurs- members are asked to please welcome.
services II ago? :land 7' and to....cIa.W"N. .America a ''Viet Cong hand l grenade to dor night; March 2.. In the Masonic 'coopera .wiUt this :aeUvtI3.
p.m.. MYF 6pinvPrayerMeetJntf I r 14i .tfatary.Dri 'protect!his. fellow soldiers. Olives Hall on Brownies Street Ebenezer.. Baptist Church,
Wednesday 7 pjn.7,Choi Woodaon was'a iwas awarded the Medal at 8 pjn.1' All members i are Greater Bethlehem Freewill B0v. Leroy Davis pastor. Blb -
''VreeticS'jBpjn.Tb Mstorlan, 'of Honor for Ms actions. asked to please be present and Baptist Church Rev. Jasper ;, class each Monday night.
WSCS met at the. Church :oCIOIIef"PI1IIM---, ofthe.SLi .Mary McLeod Bethune. 1875- on time. Business \1ta11m-- Williams pastor; Each Monday Prayer' Meeting .each Thurs-
1iG : Ubsral Arts atiHeward
i .Tuesday '.evening I r..of last week 1 195JW. fIaolti'pre.ldent.' and eo- Tortance..CHURCH. night Choir( No. 3 and Ushers day night. Sunday School. will
iwilh nine present. Udrarsltor; and director f\UIIdel'l'ot'\ .Bethnne-Cookman Board No.. 2 meet. Tuesday conclude services for the day.
tat( the. Association lor night Senior Choir
iCoUegAviSlve;: served as :rehearsal.
:Church: of Godi Sunday: School I Of r- Negro! ,. Ute and History.iDr. .advisor to President a FDR.special The Fellowship Organization Wednesdaynight Prayer Moot Sunday March 5, beginning with
!10 ,a.m.. WorshlD,aorvleer IIaja. Woodaon' studied nw hlslevmot.'bls will hold its first meeting of ing.'Thursday Free Canaan will Sunday School at 9:30, Morn-
ands30pm.Fimtlytdgbt I feople.74UMI;, wrote i Dr. Ralph Bancho* winner of Greater Allen i Chapel; AME' : 'render' service at 8 pun. Fid ir-3 Service at 10:45. Eveningat
Wednesday TOO gun. 111 1 books about the Negro'past ..the.Nobel>Peace Priue in 1950 Church, at 4 pjn. rtll',young night, the Junior Choir' 6:30.1altor.. always wel-
Land TIM-aateibatolm. toAmorl.The for his work towards peace.He people are Invited to attend rehearsal. Friday,''dinners will coma.Crontttf.
.
.'highland Baptist Sunfey neea, Hla1Dry.. now serves as Undersecretary and take. part In the activity.; be sold by the Ushers. Saturday -
School: ShU a.m.IWonll_r- tweek tuaorsLsnchiibinMians ; of Political.Affairs with the dinners will be sold from Allen Chapel AMR:
,vices Il.ajm.:eDd C SO sun- Negroes ash'Br.olset.T ,United .Nations and'' played, a Mt. 'Zion'AMK': Church; Rev, the kitchen.TJ Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins
.WaAhtngtDDia66- major:role. In ending the fight. 'Giyard -pastor. Sunday f eb. pastor.! Services will begin with
PrayerneeUng Wednesday 7jtm Mi.* &...._ Steoi ('lft) ..
r-, -. wee ps..t+d '
)lffil$, wltowazborntMdirepov- 27, Youth Sunday School at 10 MornIng -
i between Israel and the Arabs Day will be celebrated a.m.
'tar '
tallowed c FIrtg Football tat
; by choir:prac >.. award .. "S' nJ.. game
uc' .
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S ,tice.PERSONALS.. iverQrtin a.jtfav..butut\ tt rose In. the,.Seven Day War. beginning with Sunday Schoolat was scheduled for lastSatunJay' service at II. Evening servic3 -
v a.Rtlader'i.cJ.W.: ..hi tL.1a.G.; .;iPresewHngjneaeeere i develop' 1 a.Thakegs.Jnstltats 10 ajn.. Morning_..service. will be played this' Saturday 0:30. The pastor is asking -
{ i Ith. ....... i. JUbmT. M..r..iall..,.didi.a.r. *she. "WashtawtoB a great leailertin Thunjood Marshall if weather permits. SunSay is all mambers to cooperatewith
._. a United
irFrlenda are pleased. to know --'-..- ,.rmRRBE. Negro dacatbn..Or. .lhat.+MlM Miry Smith to getrttRB .r.r.. .. ; Meal. .George WashtaitmCart appointed. by LBJ. He was :the 3/4" x 60 yards. $2.5O,Single with Sunday School at 9:30. will be held Sunday at 4 p.m.
;> .on' well -at horn ,after ur.witlER 1 Ir.pw 1LIt Iete;..'sea>tilsr.r aaattlretdltr.f'47s.agrr111tleaaaea.., t tvr18644M3'agtitarttreactarasAlM.bi Solicitor .General i In'1965-67. roll. -Bradtord County; 'Tel_ Morning Worship"at'11. Dinner Ploase help us to make thisa
isereral weulis tame hospital f ., ; ,ttahisek tpmin.fknMf .. \ ) :(BsmrWed 118,uses I graph. is scheduled: : for Sunday at! :30. grand affair

.the result of an accident.Th t t7ta.aY+7Mte.vs.a
-' Lmrtey MYF.wenton a '

bowling Party last Friday..- ;;
slag la CeJnesvllJe.1.Those.attending I
were Jlev,..Thai Denton
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c Doyle Ku u J .Trayiar. ::301DRIYE r
..Glyun Kemp/and, Chris. *.
-cTop': 8COII'en'.DaIrIeADd. :

'Chrh.Ilawtey. ..1 IN

: Homemakers c: 'Club Ff\f
>met:at the;Agricultural Building
In.Stark on Thursday mor- :8howUepima'At: .'Smtdtnrm"Affe t
mangy 'FeU.'J7.%TiMrpresident'Mrs.
.' ,George;',Jfelly'i pn>*tdedow
the meofngaadMIss! .. fRI..,SAT -FEB25i2&; _
'tha'. ue'McCain prevented beprogram.
.x;After.-adjournment ........ _i'lIII.: .T.
tfeejr bad lunch at Holiday. ..... F tunny 1 1"Those smarting wer. MravArvthur a.amwtbi.l. all..o... "
.Gasklns,.,'Mrs. ::':Ci1eoqeITr111e. .__.L..a. ......... ,
.'Mrs.' H.Mis C4.WallnrdPt. .
Arthurlne I>J Baseharq, i .A
Miss Easa Blanchard,' Ursj.jW :ELLTGOULD '
,C;.'Kelley,:Mrs \\'Ii' tltlknertMre..Gtm'geIfsUy a,
/ ,;Mrs.D. .
A. Joaes'aid. 'Llra.1O..J. I M A OAflO 11MOLKII Mnd. .e//. I l4$4 U v .
'' Batteries
Boyett. 'I.LOVEMYWIfE 1 ;

|On Friday of last week Ms !I" "C".Size

Arthurlne Blaachard and,Miss ___...a. -.IIII p des ...... 'e Go-nt......,
Blaodtard'afseededitro t '
Easa'
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I y; y.dnl y d pvcUlcattons. Stve
Mctatosh area mead g'Cf : .IEaSIe Racist ladies al pr..'. |xkNlnw..h..Mt .
\ / p'r
Church: United Women In Me- I t ; /ar n.l.. Long laitingiMotorOil'i
lato h.. Whthv there theymet PLUS ;214 .e.k"- n, Lokldu. I 1 t /It+A OWtt. OW. 3OW M and d.p..da. !E ZOebwr.B.eterketrz ,
Mrs Bodil Lowe of Homestead ;; ', ,,, 1 MaMOJd !
4 ,. ..'t) I., l Tim. Onlyl
!.. lea
who said that her lather.'Mr. I .dtt 4er.wkr..1 t
Kolsel carooifronr' New -York :Dees .2ta : .; I I 1' ail ,Wwta kwwal.l. t MqM 101 ll
In 1894 and stayed, laXswtejr. .' ::.:;) @jllll ''d+1, o -.x Pnrd.:' l3yrs'iBoa /
.crowing' .ldwb..uJe..tor.: ..... -
short while. He later moved to
S aria and ran a Ubycls ,shop .yey.ai's ue:
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.tor i some''time; She.also- said : I! I'' g ;, > Eagle I Fabric Softener r rA
that Mr.; Newt Hull'was'her ahem? i 'I r +. rFN ) c..e..t., d .

each by marriage.Mr ) Lbrlealt.nw.. t
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wl..oo. ,m..
'' ...and ifn.WaIdoroFWorIbIII Prinele erlekttl... faI
toD ::Springs *.weie 1wife fluf+..., w.oh.
.Friday overnight gmstsof .' :1 j 1;' t'' I ..100.. F_ ...,.
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hGa.( -.'was ''Visiting Mga.Tl..I. ; 1 pr..llo.. of rum -
and Jack ;J .Haw.
WaJnwright Saturday. f h, ONE HALF
,Jr.-+ dwtQ8IIt.twIru:: t ,r GALLONNattmss
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,with Ida gran t"d i r
I hems| with him. r Plastic
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I lovers ''rnilt Isar'
.t t.Wan' Irropl/.wir.pnh l' VinylUnderfeed
Sunday-visitors were1 Mr. and ;.lY ,
and ehll- ... ........_Du.. ,15" ..'S.")ll-.t..l !
.drea Mrs.JackeocwlUeaTb' Donald iJbdghfe also ,IlgAya.Iwpe.l.nd .._---... ."..,.... $ "j,,, ,M.+Wrok;+!+ fNta! r+ 1 Chests
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,Norton and'Air;'''HnjKmwy f T"ni iww 584 od>v clofhing, tc
> Eunice. .Full .>..-684 42" X 18" X 6"
Aqrle: 'Komy. )irbas. 'finished JIfIn-zt- :. ,.It' "
school'at'K.esler/Mr. iRwc -:.gIII., "' 9IJiiIJIiiI 2./r.
Base' In ;'Ittlsalaslli: *,',and .speodlnK, :ls, ......',with IMS :@ @mi. !
parents '..Mr..rand bye '..FerryKmp. ,
; after which will ,ber '
\ r stationed i at Kelly.Air iForee.Base. IU. ..
.Tens.: : .,

:Mr..,and:Mrs.John. .C.:..Tye ,infs. \i. t ,Band-Aid Right Guard;
sped .last'weelrtd ''with Mr.
and .Mrs;.John C.',.Ty*'Jr..In driventri'lind r Mea's'Sbut$ 1P Sbeer:Strips AntiPerspirantHei's --
South '
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Mr.t and Mrs. Melees GaeU- lailoiStretcgSicks ,SIt.t .a- '
tie and' Mr.land''Nn. :VlrgU oat! Il.w I" strip. SO's 5 Oz. < '
GriMe and.their; tamlttes,'of ; ; ,-..,.. !\ et.t a.Arwd. ,, aJla..r.wr. 'I
till .'' ui."ss c 4--" 1"_
Nell ItdW4RMJ ; .
Balatka. were visiting Mrs. .... z" ..
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Mrs...D idQ'' flock: ;d1a17 a .ro r'l.ndt.Ml
Wilkinson.U Lrt.rl fit ". call...: '; _
and laran OD SrmdaJ'. ,- ... b.IN.., --'I... .Ct.cAbd tartal' I IloR. WI'aotaIt. -- .,
:Mr. and Mrs..IC.U Bradley ::of a'ft'Iad'housevvlfe "A..rt.d 1 14 tal 171 7U UU x la I nw ..m.elero .C_ .'
*were visMng -Mr.,,.andiMr I Mnkeoo. I rt r I'auE
Kandal,Bradley In Jacksonville ; 10 .. 13. l .
during Ihe week. a frark perry fTt I _] x .
'DVS Acacia Tablets ,L
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Mr. ale Mrs.Leo Dyml'and '. AN.A'C"IU'I ,100s .
Mrs. Lomto Moaley vlsitsdMr. "SUN., "OH. FEB,. ::27,28"FORNICON" U
and t Mrs. Greg Dial at IC...- t '....Y.16 nD
ler Air Force Base, JI1 over ; .-'""

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and Mrs;; Willis PUdgett
:oCCUy Hill visited. Mrs.'Cllar,11e "The Incredible Sex

ManntnroB Satnniay.Ulss Mei'si
PrlseUla Tanner,4 who! Revolution"Rat3dX18frs.i9 \ ;

Is attending University of Sooth IIJS'
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Bradford Clean
SAVE ry
'39.3 Per CentCriminal Tti

Cases S&H Green ;Stamps .

Only eight Florida counties
all In North Florida el.arerS
50 per curt or more of their Everyday Low Prices!
case. In seven major crime .
categories tabulated recentlyby 'p-
Law the Enforcement State Department of I'' LLL Weekly Specials!

The only county; to score a .
perfect record was Wakullii, i
In West Florida, with 100 per
cent cleared during the re
them g June I97LJ & '

Bradford had a total crime ;
Index of 201.with 39.3%cleared.
t
Union had an Index of IS, with
20% cleaned and Clay had an : tiF
Index of 346 with 13.9 cleared.
Only two counties fell below' BEEF
10% In clearing crime Index
cases. They were Columbia .
which was at the bottom of the 'Quantity\ Rights
list of 67 counties with 6.8%. '
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and St. Johns, which scored "
7.9%. 'WiNN.oUIII! STOUt-INC.
corrR/GNi 17,2 ? '
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The offenses IncludedIn
the Index seven were Murder, for- WI PRICES GOOD THURS. FEB. 24 THRU WED.., MARCH 1
cible rape, robbery,aggravated '"
,assault, burglary, larceny over
$50, and auto theft. 3'hX

W-D BRAND YOUNG BROAD BREASTED



iAiiT0ifly TURKEYS

KarenSENIOR Supshy


CITIZENS' .

Hampton Senior Citizens met -
at the City; Hall on Feb. 17.

Joe The Kerrigan meeting leading was' opened the group by ,. ... _.tJJll', USDA GRADE 'A' SAVE 1Q PER LB.

In the pledge of allegiance to Mew ,;;. LB.
followed the American by all Flag.singing This several was ?, ""R' ''x ll II--- ll : QUICK FROZEN 10 LBS. AND UP .

patriotic songs and then Mr.
Kerrigan led the In a
group
.song he had written SAW tOe USDA CHOice W-D GRAND BEEF HORMEl I, s

gave Citizens reports Forever"to the'. He members also I A A \ Chuck. Steak 88C 'Canned Hams 3 :($2"

on the food stamp program .. ,,e .' La. .
a transportation program for
SAVI |4h W-D BRAND PlIRE BANQUET ((10 OR MORE! PIECES FUUY COOKED)
the County; and Insurance for 1
the Senior Citizen. This was Ground'Beef 5 a $2", Fried Chicken ,ss:: $149SAVI i
4 followed wers.Mrs.. by questions and tuu4 P :

Helen Egan of Keystone tiI, C1fbi e It. W-0 BRAND HICKORY SWEET GRADE! 'A';W/RIBS/

.Starke Heights Senior and Citizens also of Club the Sliced Bacon 68C\ Turkey Breast 79
presented the Hampton Club L'. La.
with name card., as they are .
left with the club and pinned
,on the members and guests GIANT ARROW
at each meeting. A birthday
card, signed by all present
was given to Mrs. Egan asher jiwwy1 4A P

Day.Three birthday get well was on cards Valentine. were ; L' 4DETERGENT; ,/

;sent to those who were not '
there. due to Illness. II Limit 3 with $7.30 or more purchase, )excluding cigarettes ; "'\
Visitors from the Starke Club
:were Arthur Lockwood Mrs. surU' DI!! 'A' PUSH nOltIDA/ AU WHIT ''
;Emma Lockwood Carl Holt
'
'Mrs. Ada Hoist. Mrs. Helen 39C .
Egan Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan, Large Eggs . DOZEN! ,
'm1'
and Joe
Kerrigan. .
Cake and coffee served SAVE>SOc ., *. .*. N iy '$

and and getting everyone acauailted.enjoyed wer*Thsnext visiting Soft Drinks .13 as$1 j .,a e r ? t4.rwr

meeting will"> be Thursday, '
March 2, from 1 to 3 p.m., SAV 30c JELLOTrent 07
at the Hampton City; Hall.Everyone $1 49-oz.
is welcome. Come and Pack 2 ,$1 1'
bring a friend.PERSONALS CANS BOX .

SAVI! *< i PALMOUVI LIQUID (lOc OFF)
Mr. and Mr. Wilford Fon-
talne had :Jtre48c f
a pleasant surprise Detergent
; when their son and daughter- .
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward OREEN OIANY'/REAM' .STYLI ORWKf CRACKIN' GOOD .,

j Fontaine from and Oxford.their children Cam,arrived fora Corn 4'IT... $100 1 1USSY TOASTERPASTRIES

week's visit In Hampton. All ', cANs ;,
.
of the Fontaine. spent Sunday ; \
'If
visiting Mr. and Mrs. William *V, ,. ..\ .J ,. .', '\
.
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Schaub of Crescent City; ','I.\'" Ill .
To to Juice 3I00 ';.r; { '
'r 33c
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PINE LEVEL ARROW \\.OICia.. .| 4 UBtFACIAL I $100 !.'

NEWSBy .'GALLON 39c
.,. . JUG

Mrs. A. B. WMtshead '. .' I
r F ownBrtM.:. I
WeU folks, our news has been .4 20.01.99'
scarce for the past few weeks. .
It's been so wet with ram SAVI 5c jjPACXIN- OOOO TISSUE
every other clay so everyonehas .
been staying home.We also
had lots of people sick with flu Salfipes.:24cSAYS :: : 3
But spring will be here soon,
and maybe everyone will feel 2St ARKS WONDERS
better. KLEENEX 2 oo.CT. .
Sunday School attendance was Bayer AspirinT68C
down last Sunday, with so many PKOS.
sick but we hope for a pick-up
in the total this coming: Sunday.


.PERSONALSMrs.. Marline Murwln and SstR. REIP'R'RIES'' TASTE Sticks;; ,.?. 69 VINE Tomatoes RIPE 29C

children were visiting her parents AW.RISHBR' ,. e u.
4 Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Cf SEA HARVEST! FRESHYellow

I R. Mrr.andlast Sunday.. Gorge Bishop" Krunchees 3SUPERSIANO ;:s. $100 Com ,, 794
.were Sunday guests of her parents 10EARS
the A. B. Whlteheadx.Marshman .
Reddish of the FRESH ,

J Marines recently. was home on leave $ Fudgesicles .. ;;:* 69c Fla. Oranges 5 >" 59C

Our Ladles Prayer Group has
4 SAVE lOc POLY SAO PUNCH '
FRIED FRESH OREENPotatoes
enjoyed the talks given by Dean
Cassels on the different kinds 5 69C HEADS
'of faiths, and their beliefs.; . P Cabbage '. 2 39cPINtS
Our community; was saddened L .
by the death of Clarence SAVI lOc .POX DC IUXI CHEESE OR RUSSET CAKING t'. '
Hutcheson who was a farmer ,, I ,
Pizza 69C Potatoes
Sausage 10 -t69e+
In our community; for many ''e

years. Thought before for moving the week to:Starke.When -...-..,......---..-.---..--..-.- ....--.--,..--.....-.-.----.----ow--=-.=oO---.,.-..--..-..---------..-.--.....-_'!._..._.-_.-___.___l'1...'.__

the God tape measures around a the man heart H.puts not, I EX.--R.4. I EX.TRA. EX-THa. : EX.-R/ :i!i----EX'1"i .

the head. / dx GREEN STAMPS / wA MwWw NNNM NNIIIMIII w Iw wlw.N.iPNM NNu tN.N M 1 ww NI-M..w t : N.IN w.V w mNrw NN 1KMN N MwVYN taNw..Y.rMN P .
I / ONI 3.is. pica. ONI W-O SRANO ONI MS. p"o.:1 ONE 14-01.. ONE! ,.-... PKO.
FALLING LEAVES I W0AAND PURE! S SMOKED PORK JMOUIM TASTI Of SEA : I", COLONIALCake : W-D BRAND SEICSt.ak.tt.s :

I AND THE SMELL OF Ground e..( ,''. Picnic FlounderOOOO : -t1 r S
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a. Clgar.tt.sGOOD Dog Food 1:1: 1CJ1t Cl.an.rOOOO : Can Liners i rCJl'I Pork Chop.' :
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Tornado Thinclads From Florida Star Tourney





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Bradford's basket-\ ,'iI'TI.'f"' : ''t ,.'J". '<;'w'-".
To Season'Sat. .\ ,
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Begin bailers rolled over 4...-- <. t. Tough3A

Palatka South 59-36

Thursday night In the .''I\,

preliminaries only to i';\ GoFaces

At FletcherBradford be ousted 74-64 In ,". .,

the eml-flnals'ofthe

Florida Star Basketball ,

........ Tournament by
thin-cledswilleom1 ,
pete In their first scheduled I: the.ho .Orange Park

meet .of the season Saturday. ,+ sve,1l Raiders.
a. they travel to Fletcher High Cagers
.....
ys. .. !
School at Jacksonville Beach l the
for the Annual Saints Run .1 With 'win over Bradford k, .
: .''l.i:'(, Friday night; the Raiders advanced .
,, .
to the finals Saturday ,
,
Schools from all over Northeast Bradford's basketball eager
'i/kA, ,: ;, ,. the
they
Florida are expected at ; '!". visiting each will travel to the Central Florida
Ocala and //Y'iir:: ; Femandlna Pirates -
the meet Including( cIoubte4' Junior College In Ocala today
60-59 In
Gainesville schools as well as rk' W! overtime (Thursday) to compete, In
those from Jacksonville. .q"&t"!& .. the District 3 class 3-A tour
This year's track season i91d; : WI.\ : In both Thursday. and Fri- nament.
: ; :
seems promising and according M'q l'U ..,:' .t # ; '... day night's games, the Tornadoes -
to Coach. George Loper ; I\; :\' shooting wnsotf.Outstanding s
"t1'\\J''; I ;';";! < 0 nh" The Tornadoes will tip-off
the team should be In the run .""i : < ';<;:"P""W.'i" "i:':" "' defensive play against Pal at 2 p.m. against the winnerof
ning for the Florida Star Con atka South Thursday night how-
Hj; X"
> :, ;
> : ; the Eastslde faiatka central -
1' : .
"
ference championship. ., ,'> 11:(" ,), '.\ \ ever more that made up for the .. "\ Palatka and Eastside -

"Barring any thing unforeseen } >" ;:. '' "':.'' cold shooting. meet game.Wednesday night with

such as Injuries, we should be ..",.. ." ,,' ''': .:' Friday night Bradford didn't 1 Central a heavy favorite. East-
.
In the thick of things along with ""b ('/ ; '5. : receive the same kind of defensive p'" qAfr side has won only one game
.'! I : ..llr.. ,, play and lost the F this while last week
Palatka South, Orange Park, T ;:),1, ... ".;,e game season
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and Live Oak,'* Loper aya."We : : /. 4 .r to a much taller team.PALATKA Palatka Central downed both
\ m' ((1P'" \" '1. !. :t'I,; : : ,. 4.4 Park and Fernandina
,; ::: : /J'11' i .I..i' \\t: ,. Orange
/,. I.I..i'' :{ I., .i ,, Beach the number one and two
started with 65 ( \ i'1tV. ... 11e "; <,, ,
people ..,r" .. ...':,, ,. J .
I 1. "
t .I/.I) ',.' i','." GAMK: ., teams In the Florida Star Con-
out for track, but are now '
down to 41. Some that quit ;"/' ... .".'.."" ''...." ,.. .'.:.J." :"" ;'';...' Bradford rallied from a a '. ... ference Tournament last week.

would have really helped us. : 'e. ,. ,\ f; molasses slow first quarter a.
It will be difficult to replace .I '., "" '. : : Thursday night to scalp the District 3-A is the largest
.' district In the state with 10
Palatka South Braves 59-36 In
-I,
.the likes of John Douglas, Bud- .
teams Ocala Forrest Ocala
dy Paterson and Mark Craw- the preliminary rounds of the i.
Florida Star Conference tournament \, Vanguard, North Marlon. Pal
BUS )
ford 0971 but
graduates .,. ; .
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., ." atka South, Palatka Central
the 14 returning lettermen have
tremendous potential Palatka's Willie Johnson let! St. Augustine\ Green, Cove,
Gainesville Eastaide Gainesville .
the two teams In scoring witt ,
"We got a late start this 17 points on eight field goals Buchholz, and Bradford.
year, but the boys are working Willie Newsome stole a Raider peas and added i e and one free throw.
real hard." quick two points for Bradford with this lay-up. PalaUta Central is a taller
Trackmen for'the 1972 season The Tornadoes placed fOUl team than Orange Park. Cen-

are Seniors: Jimmy Andrews players In double figures with tral boasts three starters 6-5

hurdles and relays, and Vlitte Newsomu leading the or better and two6-footauards.
Farlon McCIellan weights. team with 16. Teammate\ Ber- Bernard Williams shows thet a bucket sometime requires a little fancy "We will have to play a real

Juniors Vernon Barber, .I.IR .IyF I nard Williams was close behind footwork as well a* a good eye. good defensive game," said
with 12 while Malachl Henry Tornado Coach Mike Sex-
sprints and relays; DonnIe contributed 11 and.Able Williams ton. "We'll have to shoot a
Butch middle distance, races 10.. year, when both Willie and decent percentage from' the .
A ..
Bradford ; W1Ulams 5.0.e, finals. ,. .
mad Clark Bernard cold at the "
: .pcdaysuTim apricots Williams led the" team were same field.
-Able 10, White 1-1-3 Newsomo 7-2- Orange Park cleaned up their ..,.......... .
relays. and h shot put;.)Richard in rebounds with 20. Bernard 16, Berry 0-2-2, B. Williams first half mistakes and turned Urns).. '. e. ."""" ,
Fill middle distances and re-'' '.The "difference In the If Bradford wins Thursday ;
12 leCur.
I Williams grabbed w 5-2I2leary-4-3-U' Barber on the fast break In the third ,
lays;"Malachl Henry, sprints ,tie White picked-of 215. Totals 24-11-59. period to down the Tornadoes< game was that they beat us on afternoon and goes on to win
Jumps and relay.; Levy Lennon the boards on both ends of tho the tournament the Tornadoeswill
"We' did a real good Job defensively Palatka Johnson 8-1-17, for their 17th win In 21 starts.
sprints. Jumps, relays; Carl court. We gave away a lot of advance to the Regional
Luther sprints; Jimmy picks, ," said Tornado Coach Murphy 2-1-5 2-1-4, Golden 2-2-6, In the second:! !half, as Oragne height and they went with It tournament March 4 and 5. ,
Mike Sexton. "Their biggest Merritt Sheppard2-0-4. Park turned It on, Bradford's with a lot of success.
high Jumps; David Roberta, long quarters were the first and Totals 16-4-36. shooting turned cold as an ice Bradford now stands 14-8 for
Jumps, Steve Strickland pole fourth when they scored 10 cube. The Tornadoes ended the The Tornadoes grabbed only the season. Five of the losses

vault and Keith Tetstone, long points In each." ORANGE PARK GAME night with a 28 per cent shoot 34 rebounds In the game with have como by five points or
Jumps. Able leading tho team with less The Tornadoes' only big
full 10
Height and experience was ing average, a per cent
Sophomores: Jame. Chand- It took the Tornadoes a per- II nabs. losses have come at the handsof
off their
the difference in the Fri- regular season mark.
ler, sprints, Tim Crews iod to warm-up as the two game worked the ball inside Orange Park twice and
day night as the host Orange "I was disappointed In, the "They
sprints, relay., and sho+put, ; ....-.. .... .-. ". .. at teams the end battled of the to/first a 10-10 quarter.tie Park Raiders outlasted the Tornadoes Orange Park game," said Sexton to Solonrun a senor center Sante Fe. which has in been
ranked as high I as sixth the
Terry Hayes, weights; Mark missed their first 74-64 to gain a berthin Just had a bad shooIng
Eddie Hazen takes mighty swing at ball but miss Bradford ((5.. Pog. 10)) state.
Hodges, distances; Rodney Holland a nix shots and didn't vet on the the conference tournament night. I can't remember all

sprints; Bobby Jenkins, as in Monday's batting pratlce.Baseball score board until the five min-

sprints, Steve Jenkins, sprints; utes mark when Henry sunka 12-
Ivory Jones, sprints, Paul Parsons foot Jumper to tie the game
middle distances, and Tigers Lose Key Conference Game

Jumps.Curtis White, high and. long Action 22.The lead then changed hands

four times before the period

sprints Freshmen; Eddie:, DwIght Fuqua Barber distance, Slated March 7 ended 10."It with. the teams tied 10- To Cross City But Beat Baldwin

events; Neel Golden, sprints; took us a while to get ,
James Hammond, middle distances cranked up," Sexton said. "We

; Elva Hampton sprints Bradford baseballers will BHS plays all teams In the didn't really get started until

Anthony Hendrleth sprints and play 'their first gamo. March Florida Star Conference twice the fourth quarter." This week has been both good L. Butler-23 13 21 17 74 er with 29 points. Larry Flo- Santa Fe and Hawthorne are

relays; Sheldon Hodge Carl sprints, 7, at 7:30 p.m. against Clay: except Green Cove who they In the second period Brad- and bad for Lake Butler bas Baldwin14 20 16 21 71 wers added 23 for the Bears favored to win the tournamentwith
shot put, and relays; Hun- High! of of Springs. play three .Um s. The first ford's full court press began to ketballers as the Tigers edged the big two meeting at
singer, middle distances Meats Mike A lot games will beat game against Green Cove will play havoc with the Bravesas past Baldwin Monday night after Lake Butler- Dukes 1-1-3, and Pughsley contributed 19. 8:30: Friday night. Santa Fe
McRae, distance, Jeff homo so we will expect plentyof ; be a warm up game. the Tornadoes jumped to a dropping a key conference Hudson 5-1-11, Mack 11-3-24, Ronnie Mack paced the TIgers Is ranked by the polls 5th In
middle distances Donnie Neel!, spectators" stated CoachWayne With there being seven opposing commanding 21-14 lead with two game to Cross City; Green 4-3-11 Slrmon 3-2-8, with 20 points.Benny Hud- the state and Hawthorne 8th.
weights Larry Paterson, distances teams In the confer- son added 18 while teammate
; MeLeod. minutes remaining in the halt Weeks 8-1-17 Totals 32-10- Lake Butler has defeated both
RIckyEelse,middle distances Friday night Cross City; Dale Green closely followed
; ence MHS will play 15 games teams In Lake Butler during
; Donnle Thomas, Ail of the players are progressing excluding the play offs. Palatka's Ricky Golden broke played the spoiler role and upended 74. with 17. Fred Simons contributed regular season play.
weights; Gary Wallace,weights, but five of the most Leading hitters for BUS are the first period tie early in the the Tigers for the second 14 for the losers.
William Whltefleld. sprints and outstanding are senior Cleo second quarter with two fast straight time, 9581. The loss Baldwin-Smith 11-022, Brown
Joey Bennett and Cleo John-
David Wllilamii, sprints. Johnson, at third base, Ricky lay-ups to give Palatka the lead dropped Lake Butler's confer- 10-3-23, Po 3-1-7, Thomas "They" are a real fine ball
son so far this spring. club Thomas said. "Next to
Bennett In the outfield. Joey for the final time In the game ence record to 8-3 and gave 1-3-5, Bullard 7014. Totals GolfersLose
Those from the middle school Bennett and Larry Brown both 14-10. Hawthorne a tie with the TIgers 32-7-71. Santa Fe they are the best"

are Mike Scott Mike "Aston. seniors and Eddie Hazen for. first place In the team we've faced all year.
and Gary Bakken. stated Coach McLeod. Bradford then exploded for Suwannee Conference. Last Friday night Cross City ral- To

Coach Loper rates the progress Four pitchers are out but BHS Weight three quick lay-ups following. week Cross City knocked the lied to score 31 points in the Score by quarters:
Tornadoes
of Andrews, Burch, Clark, some of the baseball players steals as the New-regained Tigers out of the semi-finals final period with 13 comingon
Crews Lennon McCIellan; Pitch- the lead. Willie. free throws as the Bears L. Butler 10252818-81
; are still In basketball. of the conference tournament,
Ricks and Strickland as excel- Ing now are freshman Tommy Lifters To some went sunk on two to score of the 10 layupsand of the Lake Butler rebounded from downed Lake Butler 9581. C. City; 25 17 22 31.95 Live OakBradford's

lent to date. Wise, sophomore Charles Mathews scored In the night's/ loss by edgingthe Lake Butler outscored the
13 Bradford Friday
points Lake Butler- Dukes 0-1-1
The of Barber, Fill Vie At GHS golfers dropped
progress and seniors Alvin Fay- The remaining state's 15th ranked team, Bears 72-68 from the field
second
period. Hudson 9-2-20
White and Henry should all 90.18l.Mack their second match of the sea-
,
son and Larry Brown. but Cross City converted on
74-71 Monday night.
Bernard Williams Baldwin
three came as Green 7-3-17 1-0-2 Stewart
be excellent as soon as they 27 of 42 charity shots while ; son Tuesday by two strokesto
come out for the team, Loper "Hitting and fielding are stole a Brave pass and Ronnie Mack paced the Tigers the Tigers could manage but 1-0.2, Slrmons 6-2-14, Live Oak.
said. pretty good and should take Weight lifters at BHS will turned It Into a three point In the key win and cap nine points from the free throw Weeks 3-1-7. Totals 38-9-81. It was their second loss In

Barber, White, and Henry are care of any of our opponents." compete In a weight lifting meet play with a lay-up and a free tured the game's scoring hon five starts for the golfers, but
still participating In basket commented McLeod. "The at Gainesville High School Wed. throw. ors with 24 points. Homer line."Free killed said Cross City-; Pughsley 8-3- the Tornadoes played withoutthe
pitching will make or break nesday March L. for 9, 10, and The Tornadoes held the Weeks added 17 and Benny Hudson Tiger Coach throws Jimmy us Thomas., 19, Elton 0-1-1, Williams 5- services of their numberone
ball."Our best events should be 11 graders. In and Dale Green contributed 6-16, Collins 11-7-29, Lord I-
the team, he added. Braves to only seven points "But the big difference was 'and two swingers who
In the hurdles, sprints 000 and Captains of the team are Joey There will be 21 participants, the period. 11 each for the winners. Norman Pughsley. 242795.5-7, Flowers 9-5-23. Totals missed the match for dectp-(
220) 880, all relays and long Bennett and Larry Brown both Bradford ended all questions
from BHS in the meet. A state Lake Butler led all the way ) Henry reasons.
"He scored 10 in the
points
and high Jumps, said Loper. seniors from Lawtey. will about the outcome of the game
meet be held In' Gainesville Monday night Jumping to a
final period with nearly all Lake Butler's basketballerswill Ed Watts paced the Tornadoeswith
Everyone will have to do more Tornado baseballers were during the first week In In the third period as the Tor- quick nine point 23-14 advantage -
events this year and, of course 5-10 last season Nine letter- nadoes tallied 11 points while coming on tip-Ins. travel to Santa Fe Friday a 44, eight over par
April. There are two classifi by the end of the first
It took the Tigers a periodto night .j take on Interlachen In Bruce Tucker fired a 46, Jef-
work harder. men are back this season: Eddie 4A Braves to only two
callous and 3A. BHS had holding the period. In the second quarterthe
get warmed: up Friday night the fir+et round of the district fy McRae a 52 and Randy Mar-
"Team leadership this year lawn George Prevatt, a chance at winning the 3A baskets. Tigers widened the gap tournament at 7
as Cross City; Jumped to, a p.m. tin a 53.
from senior captain Randy McCovern Larry Brown classification according to Bradford outscored Palatka to as much as 11 points before -
will come 15 lead In the first
Jimmy Andrews, and he with a Ricky Bennett, Gary Melvin. Coach David lIur.., 14-7 In the period to take a 12 the Indians rallied to close period.quick In point the second It the Tigers get by Inter.. The Tornadoes have
Carl Rlherd. Danny McKinney lead 38-26 In to the quarter lachen Friday night, Lake But. earned wins over Palatka
of sophomores "We point the gap to two 36-34 by the
host Juniors
are presently working Lake Butler got warmed
Stuart Duncan. up
and Fernan-
final period. ler will play the winner of the South, Live Oak and
half
Barber
like Lennon Clark second color level and
on our and closed the gap to seven
Crews, Burch Fill, and Ricks, First year players are Dale have had good improvementsince Iif-the fourth quarter the two Santa Fe-Hawthorne game with dina Beach, to date, while
In .. by the half, 4235.
Wise teams traded baskets until the the second half Lake Butler the tournament winner advancing dropping a close match to. Orange -
the Charlie
should set Haas. Tommy ,
few first
to a stated
our one
name ,
opened the lead back to II In the third quarter, the Tigers to the Regional Tournament Park.
Green Charles Mathews, Lar- "Allofthecoach- final two minutes of the period. -
pace for the team. Coach Hurse.
and looked as if would continued their comebackand
Bradford defensive then end- they Coach
Jimmy Outlaw Cleo According to Jerry
ry Donley es are pleased with the progress
e Johnson, Jertmla Johnson and and think It Is the stron ed any. hopes of a Palatka rally Indians run away with the game The finally midway through the The Tigers have upended In Reese, Orange Park along with
Alvin Fayson. "The as the Tornadoes stole he ball rallied however, late period took a one point lead. Green Cove Springs are ratedas
65-66. terlachen both times have
The superannuated (friend "We have an older team but uUudeoof the boys time after time to score the last In the fourth quarter to keep The lead then changed hand.aback met this year. they the two power houses In the
says he .Is looking for an Idealretirement 12 in the .. it from being a runaway. The and forth for the remainder
still have enough play points game.Of conference
;young has been real good and we've
climate too far late surge fell three points of the period with the Bears
Bradford's final points S is
Bradford's
? stated McLeod. Eight golf team
ers. done since Christmas expected
got a lot
north for sharks and too far free throws andthe short as Baldwin fell to Its finally taking a one point lead
three to receive
freshmen and sophomores and Coach Hurse came on an extra boost
south for snowmobiles. says fourth loss of the season in Into the final period. In the The Heort Foundation :after
rest lay-ups.
10 and seniors were basketball
Juniors are out. season with
.
; 22 starts. fourth the Bears all in research
turnedIt spends
: quarter year/
defeated the the return
Expected powerhouse of the .Bradford had of Danny McKlnney.
Th*> rage for -eemed stadium conference are Fernandina e Braves both times the teams The win ended the Tigers on to score 31 points to while and education.Valentine's/ Then and along "McKinney Is one of the best
the give
comes
Palatka II', been year since had met In regular season play. season with holding Tigers
spread American love" Beach South and any a 17.7 mark. 18.Cross. everybody the) mistaken idea golfers aroundsaid Reese.
only /
hcaldky, outdoor! sports especially Orange Park or Holies stated body Invented anything' 'that Score by quarters: City's. Willie Collins that the heart it hoped/ fake Along with Roberts .It will

-. *. If they are played Inor at McLeod BUS.", a first year coach iidn't, make nolee. BUS PS .- 10 10 13 7 15 10-36 21 56 Score by Quarters: was t the night's leading scor- a candy bor. ($.. P.,. 10))


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(frown- Peg. 9)) t Indians Set For District TourneyKeystone (Prow Page ')

who scored moat of hU shot give the Tornadoes a 17-16 ad- The two, teams matched basket -
Inside" Sexton Mid. Sapn vantage at the end of the period. for basket. untO the final give us a strong one-tiro punch.
Malachi Henry led Bradford's minute of the period as Orange Height"Indiana will !ly," Klrtley said. "We shot The visitors then ripped off, "With good >may> out of our .-t
cored the most rebound of Ma and polnta putting grabbing It- coring In the first period with while scored eight straight take. the hatchet by the handle tree.Keystone has met the Bull- 26 percent from the floor while five Qitck points and went on number three and four men,, .
back even points. Teammate Able holding the Tornadoes Friday: night and try to scalp, dram twlca this season and have Mayo shot a red hot 50 per cent.rMy to outscore the host Indians we can be a strong contender W!
Orange up again.Part's Mike Solomon Williams closely followed with scoreless. This gave the Raiders Bm nell In District t A Tournament lost t>y 25 points or more each a boys have been In a slump 25-13 in t the final- period to end for the" conference. ) ehalnploort'

was the game's leading scorer six. a 10 point edge 56-48... In Halting at 7 p.m. time. Last week Bunnell the past two ball games.We bad all hopes. of a Keystone I! rally. ahIp.
which to be been 59 points
proved the difference crushed the Indians 6539. averaging per
with 26 point Teammate Ei- In the second period Bradford In the game. but the last two wehw At the present Richard Robert .
card Sajip also a senior wa sunk four quick free In the final period, Sept But for Coach"Lyndal lUrtley'i Bunnell and Hastings are scored only 39 and"1." Is rated u the number -..,-.
close behind with 21. throws to open up their biggest scored 10 points for the Raiders Indians It may be harder favpred In the tournament with In the early going Friday Mayo. 12 16 10. 25 63 one man on the team and Terry -
All but two of Soloman's baskets lead of the game, 21-13. as both teams battled for than when George Washingtontook the winners' advancing to the regional night Keystone played Mayo a KH 8 711 lIS -41 Gaines as the number two ''
came on Inside shots. his hatchet to i flu cherry The winger. Ed Watts, Bruce Tuc-
The Balder then came right 18 points a piece. tournament. two close game with the visitors
Solomon. 6-6 was matchedup back with two free throw and teams have player! each other taking a 12-8 lead at the end Mayo-McGraw 11-1-23,Lend ker and Stan Reddish make up
against sophomore Curtis two field goal to regain the twice this season with the home of the first quarter. Mayo tooka '.0.6. Koon 8.o-12J.Flemlnlr the third", fourth and fifth
White 6-1 sophomore or Able lead 28-23. Score by quarters: Sophomore Class team winning each time. Since' commanding 38-1 lead as the) 0-1-1. Ervin 3-3-0, Oglesby 6- member of the team. .,I tt
Williams who BHS 64
stands 6 foot. 17 14 15 18 the tournament is being held In 0-12. Totals
"And when White got Into The lead see-sawed until the OP 16 18 22 18 74 Parents StudentsTo Hastings the boat team will bea visitors tailed"if points i -In thesecond KH Hunter 29563.6-3-15. Grayson Alternate are Bandy Martin r c
foul trouble It hurt ua a lot" final two minutes of the built. slight favorite, period while' the cold 0-4-4, Lelno 1-0-2 Ferry 2-0- and Jeffery McRae.
aid Sexton. "It left Able In Orange Park then scored six BHS Williams 6-2-14, McKlnney Meet shooting Indians could manage 4 Ellis 1-0-2 Brannon, 4-1-9. Friday the team will travelto
there as our only height." points while) hoMlnr the Tornadoes 2-0-4, White 1-2-4, Tonight Last Friday night the Indians only seven. Henderson J 10.2, Turknett 1-5-, Jacksonville to take on ..
In the first period, the Raiders scoreless to take a fell victim to a visiting Mayo 7 Bolles at the Deerwood .:
Newsome Wrlnki.l-o. Totals 17-13-
2-3-7 Williams 4.1- Keystone rallied to outscore '
Jumped to 3-0 lead team 6347. .
a quick ,
34 31 halfttme advantage.in Country Club.
Parents and students of the 47a
Mayo the third
1110.In period .
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9 shot
on a three point) play-be Sapp. Henry 7-2-16.Barber.4-2-10 Sophomore Class of Bradford "The whole team poor '.'
Totals '.'
The Tornadoes then came the 28-12-64. High School will hold a .'
first half Bradfordhad very
ro Sajp .-3-21, Soloman y
whirling back and took the =-:
Important In the
chances to meeting new
open up a 12-2-26. S. Soloman2-2-6Hal- .
lead 1:07 Into the period on a
"C" Building: -.
on Thursday
.commanding lead Instead of twanger 7-3-17, Jenkins 1-1-3, "
Able William
three point play by ,:-
falling March 2. at 7:30 p.mt
*. behind. The Tornadoes Flower. 011. Totals 31-12-74.

Williams added a free throw however committed a tremendous w. Hodges Is chairmanof SAI4P, ,.

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REPUBLICAN PARTY SHIRLEY USHOLM : '. tution that would prohibit forced busing and

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MARCH 14, 1972. Do you favor providing an equal opportunityfor
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Plat Law; Suggested IpJ Nerds And Activities From


THE RECREATION CENTER ( r

It would be a good Idea for ance of the roads Into the coun tai 1, "
the county to enact>a pin law ty's maintenance system until urFERTILIZER
setting standards for land developers It visited the site Monday; .
to meet;. Cowi r.Attorney Feb. 7. and Inspected the de-
John Kopelousos of the velopment. The commissionnow 'the :Starke Kecreation Department entry for players in the tournament -
fine of Shaw and Kopelcusos adherea to tome apparent ., will sponsor the First will be Monday. March 6,
to.d. the COIDIty Commission unwritten policies under ., Annual Bradford County Table 1972. Entry fee for players In
I Morlgy, Feb 7. which roads accepted must be Tennis Championships. March the Senior Division will be :92. ".

The matter arose as the 60 feet wide, be Improved and 'f' li 1324.Specific. all other division will be 25 ./'.
dratnable have a clay or lime- \ cents. '.
commission dates will be established
drawing of a had before it a rock topping, and have culverts following close of en Trophies will be awarded to '
new
development in
Installed. the first and second place
Paradlae tries. The tournament will be
Shores
on Paradise '
and the two
each division .
Lake to boys girls women age
near Keystone Heights. The Ilgen development was open classifications. "We hope that r
Mrs. Melba Hgen had the plans acceptable to tile board after .. '. and men beginning with age the Interest will be enough that
before the commission for tho Its Inspection, but the Feb. "" 10. we can follow this tourney witha
second or third time to the Participants In the tourney
see 7 case brought up doubles and mixed double
If the wUl be In four divisions according
county would approve matter of whether or not the 1 tourney. Arrangements can
the system of roads In the county has a plat law. Commissioner (., specific to age. Girls will of compete a be made with the Recreation Weed and feed for St. Auguttin _
age group
development.The Dave Shuford said against each other; boys Dept. If you want to get in some and Centipede lawns' to control
he thinks a plat law was adopted Asst. Recreation
practice, says
board withheld
will
accept. of a specific
age group
broad leaf weeds Fertilizer & '
by the county some compete against each other, Director Randall Davis.

years ago. But nobody was cer- ,', etc. The division are as follows weed one operation 2500() Sq. Ft.
tain and the clerk's office now
la In process of searching for l : MEN'S SOFTBALLAn coverage. iIEED&FEED
Pee Wee 10, 11. 12. Youth M
,a copy of the law. 13, 14, 15, Junior 16, ,17, 18. organizational meeting :

Kopelouaos said the county Senior19 and over. was held Monday night, Feb. SAVE $1.00'
should have such an ordinance bntry blanks may be pickedup 21, with five team representatives -
If It does not already, establishing Ljtw4il at the old Armory or taken present. REG. 5.95 .
from the Bradford County Telegraph 4.95 :
at least minimum standards ; League rules changes were
which developers would and turned In at the Recreation discussed and general plans
have to meet before the county Curtis Whit shoots over the outstretched hands of Department Office for the league organization were of
Aak accepted a subdivision to main Orange Park's Miko Solomon. (Old Armory ). Deadline for made. We Spread Fertilizer

tain. Adequate controls could One major change In the rules
be established under the coun Give Us A Call
Charley way patrolmen. Williams said Inclement weather. Involve boundary limits of play
.. ty's; home rule powers Kopelouaos the move comes from a Announced that the inven- SFJC Funds ers. The old rule read that residents -
EJohu. said and should includea of FHP troopers about to group retire tory of roads Is coming along of Bradford County; and
plat law and subdivision set and looking form employ. well and asked the public to Hit $330,297For those that were employed In Clean Grotone Pellets

ting standards engineering ment after retirement. The cooperate with former road department Bradford were eligible to par- .
drainage minimum lot size, county; feels the FHP uniformIs employee> Arch Ellington ticipate. The new rule will,read '
FebruaryFlorida's For all I lawns
ONLY OF and some shrubs 97.7 with
etc.But a factor in enforcing the who Is making the sur that RESIDENTS "f
About This Question: the law'.hould not be so MVI regulations. Opposite Is vey. Roberts said the survey BRADFORD COUNTY WILL BE to minor elements up to 2500() Sq. Ft. cover t.
stringent as to prevent develop that It costs many dollars to is not the idea of the board ELIGIBLE.The .
_
ment, the attorney cautioned. outfit a highway patrolman with'unUormi but is being done to comply 27 two-year Junior next meeting will be & as.
car. and gun to with a requirement of the state colleges shared almost $7.9 March 6, at which time the I I Sib.' FOR ALL ACID
pa-
"I might have known my "We ought to have one (a stations. Department of Transportation. million In educational allocations deadline for entry will be en .89

, Jboy would l lose that school plat law) or at least a stan In February' ComptrollerFred forced. All teams planning to 10 Ib. LOVING
commissioners to :
' Instrument. He forgot it dard where all of them will -Authorized Williams to write -Appointed 0. Bud) Dickinson has enter a team must do so at this PlUns 1.49 iiii ll/ ,
be the same," Commissioner Lt. Gov. Tom Adams asking head up various departments reported. time as entry fees are due at 50 Ib. ...... 3.39 PLANTS : '
" the bus and it'a just follows Eddie Allen mosquito
itjn as :
that a representative of the
Shuford will be
" ''gone. Would 'musical in- In other says.action Feb. 7, the State Employment Service be ; Ralph Bryan MVI station Junior Funds College received In by Gainesville Santa Fe that held time.at the The Recreation meeting Depart- i00lb.6.49 BALANCED ,,;<
. and civil defense Dave
* ptrument Insurance cover, Commission: available here regularly.Set ; where ment office, 7:30: p.m. PLANT FOOD .
Shuford, road department; Ze- a large number of Brad-
I Ing loss, theft or accidental 12 10 ford residents FOR ROSES AND ,r..Iiooo.,1. .
-Awarded bids on the county April at a.m. as dra Hamilton, welfare and are students, THE 5 Ib. ..89lOlb. r
"' damage have cost less petroleum (gas and oil) requirements the time to take bids on surplus commodities. totaled $330,297 down $39,000 BANTAM BASEBALL O: .
t than 1% of the value from to Gulf Oil Co.which Junk, as the commission from the $369,729 received In BULB FAMILY 1.49 .
, entered the low bid for the put It, now stored at the county ooae February 1971. Registration for the Bantam 'a.n .' Of* ,,:'\; .tW ". ,
the, Charley E. Johns ASncy. barn. It consists of old Baseball Program continues at ,, PLANTS 25 Ib. 2.39
second straight year. Only other e-
An
. The radiation at 80 to 6%.OOO $49,483 allocation went the Recreation Department for
; bid was from Standard equpment which has been"canabalized" twit where the SST will fly to St. Johns River Junior College bovs. 10 12.
OU which was a few percentage for parts and now of generally Is about the tame M up some $13,000 from the Practice aces session- will begin IOsISptCIAL ': Sib. .80 50 lb. .......-....... 3.93BED
value to the It la In New York
higher in most instances. no county.; city at
around level. Radiation dosage $70,96i received In February Monday: February 28, 3:30: 45: ; 10 Ib. 1.49
Charley E. -Approved a resolution, recommended -Authorized Foad Foreman la a product of level of dosage 1971.A. 5:30 p.m. at the Pratt Street MIX ALL ORGANIC

by Motor Vehicle' Leon Ellington to enroll employees ure.multiplied Therefore by,time the passengers of expos. total of $408,315 from tile Ball Field. ,I,; 25 Ib. 2.39 .

JOHNS AGENCY. Inspection Station Head Frank of the county; road department on a 2.9 hour transatlantic SST county school sales tax and
Williams, opposing a move to for a 9-hour defensive flight probably would absorb $7.5 million from the state's WOMEN'S SOFTBALL
131 So. Walnut St: no longer require that MVI driving course but stipulated less radiation than the passen, : minimum foundation >program There will be a meeting 50 Ib.-............ 3.98 Will not burn
Her would during a A 75 hour
Phone 964-5070 Inspectors be uniformed high- It must be done during light( on the jets of today. made up the February allocation of all persons Interested In d1eWomen's to use with all !
to the 27 schools. The Softball Program CLEAN PELLETS 1EOMI1
vs funds are dispersed at the beginning Monday March 13, at the Recreation plantings. 1
of each month. Each Department, Old Armory FRUIT .'

school receives a proportionate 7:30: p.m. .r
share of the total allocation All team managers and also ND .e
NO J depending on: Its student Interested players are Invitedto I CITRUS Sib. .89 :a'i' ;
enrollment attend. 'j lOlb. 1.49

E3R BALLOT SPECIAL ELECTION This means that eac'i jl: i. BANTAM ALLSTARSThe 251b.I ........ ..2.39
fith-I' -- dent, regardless of the Institution Starke Bantam AU- CITRUS 5Ib. .89
..........
In which he Is enrolled, 5016.I -- 3.49
Star basketball team 'enjoyed t A a aA. .I itf tb 1.49
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA ..a.. R fi,... SaOFM. shares equally In the benefits Its trip to Deland Invitational "
of educational' revenue" Dick Basketball Tournament boys 2.39 ARGENTINE

Vr'tA"1" ; \ @..-- .' .:.J".Io-rNa.TIALS.-" : :.: .._. rw' +Mkiw inson says "With 171,00 students 10, 11, & 12 years old. 1 251b.g .

OFFICIAL ISSUING In state com "'ilty I colleges The Stars played three gamesin 50 Ib. ................3.49 BAHIA 5 EED
this means: tho state Deland. The first game
MARCH 14. 1972 allocates" approximately $48 saw them take on the 1971 State

Signature Clf Elector (STUB NO. 1)) on a per pupil basis this month." Champs Deland Youth and GOLDEN IB. .97
The total monthly allocation come out on the short end of

went up slightly In January, the score, 4327. Nerves and FERTILIZER
9Art PL.E Dickinson also explained. In inexperience In tourney competition COWIMNURE
December 1971, the Community contributed to the loss BY GROTONE
rrieiAL 2 BALLOT. SPECIAL ELECTION colleges shared $7,445,023.Both as they could manage just 25% ORGANIC
one point during the first
months this quarter the
quarter trailing 10-1. WITH MINORS WEED FREE
27 Institutions have received
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA $7,858,315 each month. The second period was better -
INITIALS OF as they began to relax and HOW 1.89 40 Ib. 1.77
The $400,000 increase was think and at the half the score
PRECINCT NO. _, ISSUING due to adjustments in gross
.was 21-14 In favor of the '
MARCH 14.' 1972 OFFICIAL: income, Dickinson sitd.' Each champs. After the half the Stars Plant A Hedge Now"Ligusfrum
adjustments are made
quarter went back Into their slump and
,
NO.. (STUB NO. 2)) to conform to total budget receipts scored just three points In the
'I I TU and allocations for the third quarter to drop way \behind
fiscal year. 32-17. The Stars added 10 tr

S.AM &. 6 more points in the final periodbut j' WAX LEAF

:: : orriciA-ip BALLOT Deland had the game Gal. can not B.B.
;; : j wrapped up.
Sales Tax Ken Hampton led the Starke 15" to 18" 1.07Buy

"' SPECIAL ELECTION team with 16 points, Fred Al-
'I' ',j'" '''' "', CollectionsTake Bridge had 4 Carl Ham hi 3, 10 Or More .99
\' ', Jim Prevatt 2, and Keith Car-

i., :, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ; aaykv ter 2.The.
; JumpFlorida's loss to Deland sent the
D-Con
team to the consolation bracket CALADIUM
;
.,\ I PRECINCT NO.MARCH. where they took on Bunnell.
>0; The Stars finally got con- Meal Or Pellets BULK

14 1972 bright economic trol of their game and won a EA .......... .. .08
borne out by the -
picture was squeaker, 43-41. They broke
tho AMENDMENTSMark end-of-the-year tax yields for out front in the first period I Ib REG. 1.85 1 A7 V fm, ......._....... ,81
s t CONSTITUTIONAL
PROPOSED
:: : 1971 as was reported by Comp and at one point had a 12-2
troller Fred O. (Bud)Dickinson lead but fouls and defensive GLADILOUS BULBS

a cross (eX) mark in the square at the RICHT for the Amendment or against the Amendment.NO. Jr., last week. errors saw that lead cut to
As an indicator of steppedup 16-11 by the end of the period.At .
.05 dz..57F.R.M.FEEDS
the half Starke was leading ea.
1 STRAW BALLOT consumer spending', December's
Just 2120.
sales tax returns rose
REVISION. OF ARTICLE V (Mark a cross (XI) in the square at the right almost 30 per cent over the Eleven of Bunnell's points
of Yes or No.)) same month In 1970. had come via the free throw.
Judiciary.i Proposing I a revision of the Judicial I Starke held its lead and at the
Article of the Florida Constitution; reorganizing Do you favor an amendment to the U.S. Constitution Bradford County; enjoyed an end of the third quarter the
would forced busing and Increase of 36.4 per cent.Sales score was 32-29. Ken Hampton For All Of Your Livestock
the trial courts into a uniform court system; pro that prohibit tax collections for the month
viding standards and procedures for the selection guarantee the right of each student to attend the of December of 1971 rose to while again Fred was Aldridge high with was 18 points close

and discipline of all judges; and establishing a system appropriate public school nearest his home? $56,961 as compared to $41- with 13 points. Jim Prevatt had At Reasonable PricesSerijeanVs

of court administration 620 collected in the same monthin seven points, and Keith Carter
YES 1970. had five.

FOR THE AMENDMENT I B Clay County showed an Increase The All-Stars then met Cocoa

NO of 36.67 percent as col- Beach the team that will host >x
AGAINST THE AMENDMENT lections .Jumped from $87,902 the State Tournament. Cocoa
Do you favor providing an equal opportunityfor In December of 1970 to 120. Beach had earlier beat a good
quality education for all children regardless of 137 last December. Sanford team by 30 points and

race, creed, color or place of residence and oppose Union County showed an increase the Stars were worried about
NO. 2AMENDMENT a return to a dual system of public schools? of only 14.78 per cent. the game and know that unless
TO ARTICLE VII The county collected $9.102lalt they played ball as they were
December compared to $7,930 capable they would get run out
In December of 1970. of the The boys wantedthe
gym.
Student Loans., Proposing an amendment to Article I" B
VII I olt the.Constitution of the State of Florida State-wide sales tax collect- game badly and went out
and outplayed Cocoa Beach to
ions totaled $71.4 million dol-
by adding a new Section )15. permitting the Issuance -
lead the half 24-22.
at __ FRESH
when authorized by law, of revenue bonds Do you favor an amendment to the U.S. Constitution lars 1970 compared Dickinson to $55.1 reported.millionIn This being the last game that

to establish a fund to make loans to students; to to allow prayer in the Public Schools? From July through Decemberof the Stars would play in the SPRING

be effective immediately' upon ratification" '' 'by the the 1971 fiscal year, the yield tourney, the coaches of the DOG OR CAT

electors. YES B from this amounted to$397.1 Stars decided that all the boys
I SEED
million, up 21 per cent over should get to play so they SENTRYCOLLARS
FOR THE AMENDMENT NO $327.7 million during the same played every boy during the
period In 1970. second half, and so doing the NOW
Cross retail sales In Florida lead slipped away with Cocoa
AGAINST THE AMENDMENT. during December traditionally finally winning, 42-36.but without KEG. 1.98 IN STOCK
the peak month In consumer substituting a player. Even 1.47

spending were $3.4 billion though they lost by the score,

.. ., '.il'i ( nt n this year, with the total tax- the boys and coaches felt that
,s 'ii''
,'
,i\., *. .,,*',#'0.... ,able sales at $1.8 billion. they had proven themselves as LOIIDA .
:' ) ; the GARD .
111'\1).1)) 7' good as them ,
:
forward February .
5 sOre are looking to En
17-19, when they travelto
great therapeutic( btnt- OXUOl
SAMPLE fit of the medical shows on TV Bunnell to take part In the \: CENTER
it that' ofttr itting all thou District Tournament and get
tiottrio( dttiam. you/ can't another chance. to take on, De-

Teal/, object to a limplt viru",*. land. .


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Our editorial. r--'oo"--, Shown 1 f 1: \ s 1



I Point view Meet "'- "

t1.; J and general".

,
A large and enthusiastic group this d
turned out for the Bradford the case,
County Historical Society; meetIng strawberries
last Thursday night liven ; back" or
;1.1 new Interest by the prospectof pro
1" obtaining title to the old : ', the future\
Bradford County; courthouse reasons\ -.-,-,
"l
Cruel And Unusual' a county museum b rno down( this
President James ,Bloodworth of plants cut

aid the group of about 40 person. considerably.
PunishmentThe s was one. of the largest to put In an
turnouts ever experienced by has. al-
the society: ,'and 11 new men the last few
California Supremo Court decision We submit that this self same hers were enrolled at the 2 meet not afford

outlawing the death penalty as ,argument could Just as effectively be n*. the land
"cruel and unusual punishment" might used against Sirhan Manson and others Bloodworth related the offer without a

very well set the stage for final abo- of their ilk, for what did they do but the of building the School to the Board Historical to deed A and de-an

lition of capital punishment in the "deliberately and needlessly" take the Society, contingent tipon the facility and
thirty-five remaining states where It life of others? Why should they benefit County Commission creating a two major
is still legal.It by a code they did not themselves County Historical Commission hurl" us. '
observe? In order to transfer the property
legally. He said the Society -
means that 107 and
men women
now waiting on California's death row Up to now in the thirty-six states maintenance realizes of that the building repair will and Histerlcol Society members discuss propo. chief of

will never see the inside of San Quentin where the electric chair gas chamber be a big undertaking, but expressed : vation of old courthouse at meeting last ,. Mar
Prison's gas ,chamber unless the or gallows are still legal, more thana belief that If there is our market
California court Is reversed if the hundred convicted criminals a year sincere desire on the pert of museums could play an Important County Tax .. : last Mon
case is appealed to the U.,S. Supreme are still being sentenced to execution.But the community to preserve tile Dart In the school program.He Long said it was plans tor
landmark, it can be done., pointed out that studentsare our Starke
Court. due to various court challengesand see local groups
It was announced that efforts ,sent on Held trips to museums her ,to "preserve have been
a trend toward overprotectionof would be started to have the ,In 'surrounding cities, rather than to Services.
Among the 107 who may escape the criminal actual executions a- old courthouse placed on the "but we have nothing here to' down." bids should
the death penalty are such notorious cross the country' have dropped from National Registry of Historic show them anything about their Bloodworth said 10.Construc
condemned criminals as SirhanSlrhan, a high of 199 in 1935 to a low of one Landmarks, In view of laago, own heritage.", He said that would be to ask the by
the assassin of Senator Robert F. Kennedy In 1966. No one ,has been executed: style of architecture and historical young people today have difficulty mission to pass ;) : for our
background. to the .
and Charles by state for more than four anda in relating past creating a C
Manson
the any
degenerate School Superintendent Tom because of this lacK of historic Comm'sslon such
cult leader who was! convictedin half years.In Casey said he thought a county material concerning this area. done lit many : delayed this
the horrifying Sharon Tate mur- and will
ders In Hollywood. rendering its "cruel and un- ----- market our
I By Martha Sue McCain to the way
usual" decision, the California court .

said that execution ". .degrades and ..> "r.JroJIIJ.il'l) County Extension 1 GI >< I ,.says Bob Al-he

In Its six-one decision, the California dehumanizes all who participate In :: Home Economics Agent \ In any
*
court said that execution is both Its process. It Is unnecessary to More the folks in
cruel and unusual punishment "In any legitimate goal of the state and for us to use

today's world. But It said nothing is Incompatible with the dignity of 01 education there.
about the "cruel and unusual" mur- man fond the Judicial,processes." When? .is a bargain a- bargain more popular to cool use re the-

ders of Senator Kennedy and the victimsof Well veterans than they possible.
might
you when
Manson and his weird disciples One might Just as well make the you get something you say can uttUze veterans of the

or the cruel and unusual future fate same argument against life Imprison- that will at Into your .p .., flict, according
of those who might cross paths with ment as against capital punishment. way of life and add to Itspleasure Veterans Mackall Director Affairs.

the likes of Sirhan and Manson when For what could be more "cruel and comfort and cenvealnce under the CI Bill President Poultry of

they are freed after burying a few unusual" or more "degrading and de- It seems.. we are all looking over last year. has
years of a so-called "life sentence." humanizing" than to lock a man up for convenience even If It are exploring new of growers
for the rest of his natural life behind means double effort. All of that pand It even more. 7, at the

This w:, t"p" _,. .' ". .t '.: '.' '. -cr E waste away his days. to say how much do you use More than 2.7 !: ''11 Starke.

one attorney pl&\j3; ):; "v a'x.!.Isis. ;your "convenient" small, crane and .oing;; has
Ing the death pertJv> : in CVufon-te: Those who make such arguments appliances. We all have a ten In have its used lust the : producers,
dency to want over
.
"For man deliberate,c IrHl ieuli: <:&sV; ?.' ,.:,. well know that rarely If ever see or bear every about appliancewe and then and of the Interest

to take life.- which IKJ c Lies 1e.- un- Ife Imprisonment mean life imprisonment we don't use them like we had Et'nllmt.. / { created pro-a

derstandand to inflict(tea th-- which and the wanton killers planned. Now Come our grow-
leads he knows not where-- Is an' who are given this sentence will some As a rule the mar we use : of the As-
act that eclipses every other cruelty day be released to seek new victimsat them the more uses we find for Safety Ru to atterd.
them. Let's take the blender
that humanity can mete or bear." their pleasure.QuiyIsImaniXoo. for one. Most people use It for .. Beginning April 17 : : Fair Is
milk shakes, orange Juice and tional watercraft April 5.
all kinds of drinks many! \ people recently used Is "MOCK OYS- quired to carry happened.'j.comnlttoo,
I. will use It for uncooked TER CASSEROLE:." when you flotation device ( ) ,"Big Boy'*
'""" orange marmalade or to chop uei'th, blender to ,-chop- .' '.-..' '' .: 'Vl.der .tCan tackle many ,kitchen, onions, and pepper'. !it takes mo nhauncp4 .. Show the
'"'' *- .. "!1 I
r'J' ;':' w :a !:r -chores with lightning speed If time at 'all to prepare and It Dlstrfctbe -- .. In alt-
It is good to see, >ln this age of ''pjgntitude of commodities and the new* r .take learn how to can ,be fixed ahead. 01..tlmo. Branch In Miami.. I ( Beef-Cattle
inflation, any Item going down Incost. profit picture at face value we still use It effectively. If will not 1 'can QO. 1/2 oz.) chicken The new '
believe that the nickel could have take the place of your mixer. with rice soup, 1 can QO 1/2 requirement adults are
That is exactly what happened to been put to better use in producinga Now how about the electric 02.) cream of mushroom soup the authority of the animals
eral Boat Safety
2 (6 1/2 )
better meal. fry pan or skillet have you cans oz. each tuna, In the
Bradford' County school lunch prices ever fixed a cake on one? Did well drained and broken Into the requirement of / lon.
last week from kindergarten through you know It can substitute fora chunks I can (3 oz.) sliced for each person on Fair de
eighth grade-- a reduction of from Having eaten In a good many school fondue pan. It does a lot more mushroomrt. drained; 1 Jar (2 sailboats canoes an ani.
30 to 25 cents. High school lunches cafeterias from time to time we can than Just! fry eggs or. pan. 01.) P m1ento( cup up; 1/2 and all At other forms "s for an
see a need to provide more varied cakes. cup chopped green pepper 1 craft. present
stayed at 35, but there Is at leasta as pos)
quirements applies
We to these and small onion, chopped; 1/4 teaspoon -
and appetizing menus. It is possiblethat plan use ; close the
hint of a promise to Improve the pepper 1/4 cup chopped motorboats. _
other appliances on a ipeclal ;
quality of the food and, perhaps offer many students now eating In the Interest day TUESDAY FEB- toasted almonds 3 cups oyster All PFOs must
high school students a limited choice cafeterias do so only to avoid the RUARY 29, at the Bradford crackers 6 tomato slices. Guard approved,
of menu. trouble of bringing a lunch from home.A County Agriculture Center.You and easily .
Heat oven to 350'. In a med PFD has been .
Invited to attend and
are try ium bowl, mix the soups until proved by the Coast
morning snack of cookies and some of the recipes we will be
S
Promised also were attempts at well blended. Stir in remaining will either be
Improving the quail;: of all school milk is also desirable. There is no using.Many of our anollancen have Ingredients except tomato sli have a label stating SJ
lunches offered with breakfast snacksto doubt that many students arrive at multiple uses. We can by no ces. ,Pour Into greased oblong approval and an
without baking dish 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 x ber. Serviceable
school benefit of breakfast. !
be available at elementary schools. means cover them all but we ? 30
uncovered
1/2. "baker PFD
I the cannoth
A morning snack therefore might will show Morno turn.
Cookies and milk have been offered to 35 minutes. Top with tomato tears or rips In
free to students at Itrooker: Elementary help them concentrate on their studies The public Is Invited slices. Garnish with parsley. outer fiber or the

for several yiajs: and ts[!;
officials seem to approve of the pr..c- machs. RUAY 29, In the Auditoriumof I years, he
tice. the Bradford County Agriculture l"
Word was also given by Supt. Tom Center. I Plants Are Like People; I

The School Board was told that Casey that a dietician will be em- One of the recipes, w* have

food freezers are filled to bursting ployed for the cafeteria system next They Like Loving CareBy
with all kinds of meat, and that free year. If this will lead to a better Motorcycle

food commodities are so plentiful this understanding of how to utilize avail FatalitiesAre Russell Kay

year that cafeterias are hard put to able foods it Is to be applauded. his book "Plants Are My first reaction

use them up. In fact, the board was On IncreaseThe America's Like' People" Jerry Baker list was "Nonsense..

told the cafeterias were making too There is a need to upgrade the Florida Highway Patrol tells us that Master while Gardener !It hard to accept;
vegetable
quality of food offered In the cateter- that motorcycle riders know from personal
reports
much money! That must be stopped, life may be deaf and dumb
ias. More effort should Into lost their lives In 122 crashes It is true.A .
go pro- they ,
or the State might cut the county'sallowance and possess highly sensative few months
on Florida's streets high ago
tastier
for school lunches viding menus--,, we have no and experience :
next
in the
year. ways in 1971. an Increase of emotions Ing yard with
doubt that they are already nourish- and react
it was contended.A five per cent over the previous similar ener we stopped to
ing. very, to human beings. clump of Japanese
year
He urges the would be
sucessful -
"Traffic deaths Involving plants. They took up
skeptical School Board was thus If the cafeterias can reduce lunch two-wheel motor vehicles Increase plants gardener much as he to talk would to talk his ble space in the

persuaded to reduce prices a nickel prices and still provide more appetiz- yearly" as their usegalns to animal pets. They may not like weeds but did not
Colonel Reid We recalled that the
popularity. said
although the board Insisted on placinga ing food a morning snack and the Clifton,, director of the Patrol. purr or wag their tails In appreciation only one single puny
temporary? label on the reduction. services of a dietician more powerto Clifton continued by saying of the love and attention appeared.The .
them. However it seems to us that a motorcycle: rider's best shown, them but they gardener said.
We Join the board's hesitancy in that improving the quality of the food protection Is to see and be have other ways of showing we might Just as
their
human'understanding
appreciation for
I accepting the promise! of lower price Is more Important than cutting lunch seen. Motorcycles are small ,,care and atten- those plants up and
size not always not- them with
In and are
plus better qualityt food. Taking the prices 25 cents a week. Iced by other driven. Wearing tion. I agreed and
bright colored clothing will help that I first encountered the thought not act on his ;
plants are like people! from the time
riders be seen. Florida law requires we planned
drivers to ride with stones and articles I read in before time for :
several different' magazines. arrived.'
I headlights on during daylight
hours as well as at night. One told of a California Preacher I thought no more
The law also prohibits tiding who set out to test/the theory until a'couple of strong h...
between lanes or rows of traffic I by planting twol flowerbeds side when I wa a '
The Bradford County n ; I and riders must wear ap- by .side from< the same seed. that the plants was an excel
) P"oved:" crash helmets and eye He gave both-beds"the same tiny buds, downs of a hard
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED protection. Helmets. must be care and attention, but every Talking to them as board of
: securely fastened upon the head. morning'he talked to them, another human I ., accord-
1879 blessing one bed and cursing Tay-
/ "Riders should always keepin must have heard and
f,"ehuBille \ mUii that they will corns outa the other. He praised the one what w* said.".
and condemned the other. The Pre-
poor second If they are frightened you so ,are
struck by a 3,000 pound automobile bed that received his blessing to do something ., seated.
n And He' ..aid unto them,,, ," concluded Clifton. crew strong and vigorous while sure must have directors
ESS the one he cursed and Wilson
con
FLORI Where I I. your faith? (CSt,. SmolteySaytl aREMINDING demned became stunted and .Into you to cause you l ,' Paul
out with buds
so
Luke 8. 23.: ) may
finally withered and died. a short time and out Rex
ASSO I T ON PEOUC, A'later article told of a scientist "AU right," I said. -
When distressed ABOUT FOREST FIREPREVENTION t :
by who attached electrodes to you on probation. ,
troubles we feel I unable to *, -. plants and found that charts indicated week ''or so they Thurs
overcome, or faced with tribulations their reactions to various of bloom. '
.-, that seem beyond our emotions. They became item was top-heavy. Agricul
"'E.L. MATTHEWS, EditorPubllsherPublishes1 strength, we may well heed Op alarmed when danger threatened I congratulated and and.. the In
each Thursday and entered ee Second the question the Lord Jesus w them; showed resentment /them for" finally .M
neglected and off welfare! and to
Oats Matter at the Pent Office Starke, Florida asks us, as He asked It of His( and Jealousy when received better more they produced.(to : and'
other
plants \
under Act ef March 3rd. 1879. ,, __ disciples. Stronsr' in our faith treatment care and attention. Friends who for Its'
Subscription. In trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside. that God is e\vr 'willing and When 'animals were abused! In gle bloom of the : Is '

tr.... er.., I y..e,15.50. ready to help..WI shall always le yur-Inn lob foe 'their presence It immndlately were amazed. It was worth. Most
be
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Deli'quency: Charge Jails Starke Man Food Preparation



Herman Tyson Coff 9 26. wag fined $131: and lost their driv tempt. The case In which he Lonnie Cooper was sentenced Instruction Given

found guilty In a trial er's license for 00 days. was charged with fraud of room to 45 days In the Jail upon
fore Bradford' CoSntyJudw In both cases the defendantswere and board was continued. his conviction on charges of
Theron Yawn Thursday on charges Involved In automobile November 18 seemed Just not trespassing Cafeteria WorkersFortyseven
of contributing to the dell accidents in' which they were to be Edward Pasco Melvln's Mike Knotte and Max Grlffls -
ojiency of a minor.. not at fault a turnabout from day as the Lawtey man was both changed their picas As an Incentive: to attend the
the USuaL Involved in two accidents in a for not guilty; to fraud of room ; county; school Bradford School Board has
.Goff who lives In Stark, fifteen minute span. and board. Both were orderedto cafeteria employees attended authorized an Increase: in salary
was charged specifically with Newman lost control of his make restitution and their the first session Monday night course for each
of $75
living with a 16-year-oid girl car the third of December as Melvin was charged with failure sentences were suspended. rye of an eight week course in food per
the eight
out of wedlock and" was sen- he tried to avoid another car to. yield right-of-way and Jerry Roland ,.Anderson and preparation Supt. Tom Casey employee completing.
fenced to 90 days In the county; driven by Gladys Smith of Keystone changed his plea from not guli- Frances Phillips Downing both said. weeks Instruction.In three. school
1 addition
jail. Heights. ty to note contendre and was forfeited $36 bonds. Both were 1q "It's a first step toward
serving a
In other cases In" According to the Florida fined $36 or 3 days. No one with having expired Improving the quality of food cafeteras are now
County; was Injued In the two car wreckat charged an breakfast snack. Brooker Ele-
offered In our school cafeterias -
Court John Robinson Highway Patrol. Mrs. Smith
was found the Intersection of SR-225 Inspection certificate.: mentary began that practice!
guilty; of assault and battery pulled out In front of New William A. McDaniel pled Casey stated. two ago and Lawtey Ele-
and US-301 Lawtey.' years
Mri. Bill Chapman,. dieticianat :
by a Jury and was given 30- man's auto on sn-ioo four guilty; to Improper change of mentary and Starke Elemen-
day Jail term. miles south of Starke. In an According to the Florida course and had, his sentence the Veteran's Hospital In tary have recently begun.
Johnny Pittman was found attempt to avoid an accident, Highway Patrol Melvin ran off suspended. George Goetzman Gainesville. Is instructing the Many small children who get
Newman swerved and lost con-, the road and Into some concrete course.
guilty on charges of resisting was fined $28 and ordered to on a school bus at 7 a.m.
arrest and', trol of his car. He was slightly pipes fifteen minutes after make full\ restitution after he might not feel like eating breakfast -
43 days in was the Jail sentenced He was to injured as his car rolled the first wreck as he attempted pled guilty; to Issuing a worthless 1)oubh'" (:'.heckTtix that early Supt. Casey

also fined $26 or 15 days In over three times before finally to leave the scene of check. q Ketumn pointed out.
Jail for public Intoxication. coming to rest upside down. the accident. Charges of fall- Aftor his case was not tried School lunch prices were cuta

In trials held Mrs. Smith was charged with ure to have vehicle under con In 90 days a charge of unlawful For Onil; i.'<<...;OllS nickel, from 30 to 2$ cents,
Wednesday;
Improper start'from a parked trol were dropped by the county \ speed against Stephen C. last week because county
Ceorgle of Figaro pied guilty to position. t; prosecuting attorney. Clamp were dropped. Before sending In your 1971 school cafeterias are making
charges discharging
a firearm
on a public road and was- According to the Starke Police Other cases In which the county Federal income tax return' too much money and may get
fined $151 or 60 days In the Dept., Harvllie of North t; dismissed were: Walt Ed- ;Yrr r check It over to see If you'veleft their school lunch allowancecut
county Jail by the Judge. Beach, Maryland was seriously mondson and Bobby J. Parker BMSApproximately anything out, A.J. O'Uon- by the state If they end up
injured November 19 as a car charged with committing an affray nell Jr., District Director of the year with more than a
Three witnesses Pearlle Mae driven by William Frederick ; J. C. Anderson charged Internal Revenue for }Florida month's capital on hand. Supt.
Simmons Willie Lee Jenkins Moore of Lawtey crashed Into with Improper exhibition of advised today. Casey said
and Minnie Lee ''Morris all the rear end of his car on sexual organs Berkiy Sanders 700 BradfordMiddle \ Free U.S. Department of
stated the defendants fired 4 SR-209. charged with no valid driver's School students were 1.. ..11. .. .. Florida taxpayers who do this Agriculture food commodities.
or 5 shots at the corner of No charges were brought against Ucnese, William Rhoden eligible for mortar type of reward often catch income. or deductions Including all types; of meat are
,
North Street behavior for the ,..iS ,., .. . school
Oak and and then Moore and Harvllie was charged with writing a worth- for good they have omitted or errors coming Into the system
came back down the street and rushed to Jacksonville' for less check Elva Hampton also past nine In arithmetic he said. in such quantities the cafeteriasare
fired five .shots at one Bobby treatment charged with writing a worthless Under thweprincipal's honor Other things to check are hard put to use them up..
I Bennett.. Joe C.' Nolan was also fined check and Willie Keaton point system, the students with whether the pre-addressed Cafeteria managers Supt. Casey
I Bennett reported that the defendant -' $151 after pleading guilty; to a charged with assault and bat- the highest number of points label is attached to the return told the school board three
fired five similar charge ofDWI., were taken to Shakey's Pizza all W-2 forms are enclosed all weeks ago have been buying
times
at him.
I buffet lunch of Carolyn Eavem (at ) and Coil Strickland assist in the best of food
I Elton Weast Harvltie and Cecil Gibson appeared) In tery.Charges ofaggravatedassault Parlor for a top schedules are attached, and the only quality;
In chicken pizza salad and soft pinning Warrant Officer ban on tholr husbands during recent return is In the last quarter. They have
DeWitt court
I Sherman Newman wereboth answer to a summons and carrying a concealed firearm signed
not to purchase
drinks. Jackionyill Instructions
found' guilty-; of driving' for being In an Intoxicated condition against Millie Lee Williams c.rnonies In *
with the highest review product found to be
Students is time well again any
This
while Intoxicated and were each was fined $36 for con were also dismissed.It's movie said.
of a Casey
number points saw spent as it nwy prevent delays unsatisfactory
called "The Thing." Students Two Local Guardsmen In processing the return and School officials Intend to

... ... -- _- with the lowest paint: total hada speed up any refund due, Mr. work Casey says. In Improving -
short Kool-ald and potato O'Donnell said. the menus and quality; of
chip party. Those students who Make Warrant OfficerThe food hi all schools.A .
had less than the minimum dietician: Is expected to beemployed

i number of points for the party; traditional ceremony of from Mister Sergeant In the SmokeySayti for the 72-73 term.
spent the Lima the other students "pinning on the bars" of newly field of Automotive Maintenance -
were getting their rewards appointed Warrant Officers and woi Strickland was MEN NEEDEDIn
Here4' In a supervised study. took place at the Cedar Hills appointed from Sergeant First WITH CARELESS this .r.. to train as
hall.Plans Armory in Jacksonville recently Class In the field of Supply. PEOPLE INCENDIARY
for theend-of-the-year
SHOOTING OPTH
FI ; LIVESTOCKBUYERS
trip for the eighth grade have Chief Warrant Officer A. J.
: ftliL.W{ 'RE
I GOINGUNDERGROUND. ,
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; : taken shape. A parent-youth'
(Jack) Eaves HI and Warrant
..3arliVrnC'' 1he Old 16mE4LS. '
( organization hasbeenorganlzedand Officer, Junior Grade Town- .
activities are taking placeto send Strickland, both 01 Starke -
:
earn money for the trip to and full\ limo technicians with .- ,;
I Disney World. The students the Florida Army National 1 VI J1 LEARN TO BUY CATTLE
have sponsored a bake sale Guard were appointed Warrant HOGS AND SHEEP
and Kool-ald sales and ... .... .
popcorn: .1h M less and
Officers to fill original vacancies ..
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'J WRITINGQUALITYIN. a dlmj-a-wek project so far. authorized in the 1946th >ranch.10 ftft wHh w....fmtof*._.to..pn. nc mmtt..
Other money-making plans will Signal Battalion on reorganization .., let" ....._. .d/.5..
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aan -" -NyrwMNATIONAL
be announced In the future.
of the command on Jan- ,.:
{:( Reporters: Mike Sanders. uary 3. Both men are career "The Inf'rup: man frrl MEAT PACKERS
: Bruce Mjyers Guardsmen and have served better after a few wink. enrially TRAINING
't as technicians for a combined |"' If .she "ink. l"ali.." po. So. 1363-Dvpt. fL'f: +
total of 37-1/2 years. 'All.mH.. B.. :30301lWnJIL. :
PACKET CW 2 Eaves was appointed' Wildlife nMfi a break. loot
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Pvt. Kenneth R., Scott 22.
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.: .( ; .: received his B.A. Degree in American is faced with the problem of rising costs. It
from Berry College
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Willie E. 'Croon 80, of C. Aubrey Brinson of Jack- Ray Linden Pifer. 62L of Mel- 1111Yp} If; .. lto IJII
Starke died Monday In Brad- sonville died Monday at his rose died Wednesday. l'eb. 18, "liV 11.If

ford County Hospital After a home, 4321 Irvington Ave., after at the home his daughter in L L'B' IJ!! to
lingering Illness. lie was bom a long illness. Melrose after an extended Ill- .H..H :
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In Starke on January 21, 1692; A native of Balnbrldge Ga., ness. Hawas, born in Michigan four .aw.'h.M.JM. uuuuuu.u. .................................. .
was a retired farmer and a he was the son of the late Mr on December 5,,. 1909; was a t<< ..gt ;mj r'mn1' [9: J1 JI1L ::;t; ;s.i'm1nliili' : .ililfiIJilllilml.T 5. l -fit! ;
member of the Union Primitive and Mrs. T. A. Brinson one retired carpenter de member 4 .
Baptist Church. time residents of Starke, and of the Church of Jesus. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS STARKE CHURCHOF NEW RIVER BAPTIST, LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH O'F CHRIST **;** ''
Surviving Is' one son, Del- had lived In Jacksonville for Christ of Latter Day Saints. CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE *'", "

bert Green, and a daughter. more than SO years. Surviving is one daughter Sunday School 9:45 Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship Ing Worship U a.m. Training Sunday School 9:43: ajn.; Schedule of Services )i'"'
Mrs. Donnie Mae Yarboroughboth A veteran of World War n Mrs. Julian Ashley, of Mel- Youth Union '
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Services II a.m. and 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 sum. "
of Starke; two brothers. he was a retired naval store rose; one stepdaughter, two Service 6 jun. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wed- .8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 8 pun. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng '.; :",
Lacey Green Jacksonville; and operator and a member of stepsons, and one granddaughter. 7 p.m.Thursday. nesday 7 pun. Ladles Bible 7:30: pjn. Everyone wel 7 pun.Tuesday. Worship 7 '*
p.m.
Claude Green Maxvllle;'three the First United Methodist night Prayer Meet Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church Prayer Meeting 7:30: ''law'
sisters Mrs. Maude Newmans Church of Baldwin. Funeral services were held Ing 7:30: pjn.David located one block west on SR come.L.L.. Parker.., pastor All other evenlngs-8 pun. ,"rf>:<:i
and Mrs. Ethel Thomas both Surviving are his wife Mrs. at 2 p.m. Saturday in Jones Hodges, Pastor p.m.Rev, W.B. Chauncey pastor "j
of Starke and Mrs. Pearl Mar- Dixie M. Brinson Jacksonville, Memorial Chapel, Keystone 16.J.P.H. Bell], minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN V T"'...1
cum Jacksonville; nine grandchildren a stepdaughter, Mrs. Gloria Heights/ with Elder Jesse Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- CHURCH .,,' ''.
MISSIONARY i
and ten irea -llrand- Worthy Miami; one brother Branson officiating Intermentwas GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship U a.nu Pre Services SMYRNA Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- fib"[ '
children. E. M. Brinson, Jacksonville, In the Melrose Cemetery CHURCH, STARKE METHODIST CHURCH Booster( Band Young BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening '
Funeral services were heldat three sisters, Mrs. Josephine under direction of DeWitt C. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning -' Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning People and Prayer 5fervlce 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Serf Worshp 7.-James Shaw,pastor., f ":
2:30 p.m. Wednesday In David, Baldwin; Mrs. Huldah Jones Funeral Home of Keys- Worship at U. Training Worship 11 ajn. Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn. vices: Sunday School. 10 ajn. .'I east,
Jones Memorial Chapel with Morgan Jacksonville; and stone Heights. Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor vice 6 pjn. Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday Preaching U a.m.Training Union .BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ..;-*. ''
Elders Harry Eddy and Henry Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Starke; ship 7:30. Wednesday Pray 7:30 pjn. Rev. Tommy L. Milliard 7:30 pan Rev John Strickland; 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship BROOKER, FLA. "','j''.
Rhoden conducting. Intermentwas and one grandson. er Meeting, 7:30.Rev.: Leon Pastor. 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun- ;l .
In Dyal Cemetery. Funeral services were held Scouts Will Aid T. Odom Jr., pastor. pastor -Wilbur Dyess Pastor day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol. ;*, ",\

at 2 p.nu Wednesday In the FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Superintendent Training Union, ; '
Brinkley Chapel Macclenny. Good Turn Day AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Raiford Road .& Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theressa) CHURCH OF GOD BROOKER 6:45 pun.; Lowell Douglas Di- .., .'Y,
Sunday School 10 OF PROPHECY rector. Worship Services ,
Interment was in Crosby Lake a.m. MornIng School 10 U a. .,.
MornIng Sunday a.m.
Sunday 10
Gainesville Muring Aid Co. .1 Cemetery at Starke. For Good Will Worship Worship, 7 fjn.11 am Wednesday; Evening! Worship School 11. Sunday ajn.Evening- Morning Worship -. 11 a.m Sunday Worship School 11 a.m.10 a.m.Young MornIng Peo-- vice.m., 7:30.:7:30.Midweek Lavern: Outlaw Prayer, Ser-mu-: d.H: ;';

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30 p.m. ple's Service. 6 p.m. Evangelistic -, ,sic director. ",""!i.
MR. BILL -Charles Thomas pastor Evening Worship 7:15 P.m. 'l..b:
M l I Rosie Girton Local Boy Scouts and Cub 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Wednesday Night Prayer Services Service 7 pjn. Wednes- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ./':.
{ GARDNERfor Scouts will Join with other every Monday, 7 p.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30 Merle day Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS .
: p.m. Rev. o! to;r"l i
In 15 counties of with
troops the GF. Pi-evatt
Come and worship us.
Mrs. Rosie Girton 79, died pastor. Every. CHURCH 1404 E. Bessent Road f
PacKham pastor ;-
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North Florida Council one welcome.ST. Harris
to distribute > -Rev. Bobby ,pastor
In
Tuesday St.
morning a Sunday
School 10 a.m. MornIng Family Home EveningMon- /NIAPrimary '
OWNER Good Will bags on the annual .
Petersburg hospital after a Worship at U '
day.
Sunday
a.m. 1f?
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Good EDWARD'S BETHLEHEM
Turn GREATER
brief Illness. A native of Brad- Day set for CATHOLIC night Service at 6:30.: ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL '-Tuesday. 4:30: pjn. ...,(>'",
AND ford County, she had lived in Saturday March 4. CHURCH. STARKE Wednesday CHURCH STARKE FREE WILLBAPTIST CHURCH Relief Society .<
The scouts;; will distribute Father James night prayer Ash & Chestnut Sunday Wednesday-! ; ":>.r.
the Theresa section for many Cregan pastor) meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Cor. 7:30. .-u..,OThursday j
and moved teSt Petersburg nearly 15,000 collection bags on Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday II School 9:30; Morning Worship,, .
years Mass Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas Sundays, a.m. Morning MoI.A. 7:30: p.m. .? .1, ;J>
10 Service
OPERATOR that date in the 13-county a.m. Holy 11 4 Night -
p In 1944. She was a member area Day Mass. tor. Prayer 2nd 4th and 5th Sun ; League p.m. SundayPriesthood, 830am.: 1\01 i :'
and will return to collect the 7 pjn.1Confessions 6 p.m.Rev. Jasper Williams
of Hope Baptist Church. LAURA BAPTIST., day, 11 ajn. Church School 9:45: Sunday School, 10:30: a.m. Eve- (v.,.i
I Theressa. filled bags one week later on Saturday 6 .ajn. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. pastor. nlngMeeting.tipjn.Sacrenient.
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Surviving is her,husband, Saturday March 11. Sunday School nm.Evenhw: -John M. Flynn Rector Jesse D. Eranson Branch no
School of ning Worship 11 METHODIST f'..!t)
your Henry Girton, St. Petersburg The public is asked to cooperate Religion: FIRST UNITED President
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I one daughter Mr. Elizabeth with the Scouts by fllllr? Grade School Sunday U Worship 7:30: pjn. Midweek Bible STARKE j t.v
Herbert, Tarrytown Fla. two the bags with clothing andother a.m. to 12 noon. Study. Wednesday, 7:30 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST
listeningplea'Ufe sons, Lewis.Neal St.Peters-; articles which will be processedfor High School Sunday.. '7p.m. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Worship, 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. WIi'! :
.Be In church Sunday. Service 11 Church Sunday School: 9:45 IJ' "
and Cleveland re-sale by the handicapped ajn. MYF groups 6 p.m. ajn. .
burg Neal Key-
stone Heights workers at Good Will Industriesin Lester Austin, pastor.ST. Training, 6:30: pjn. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal 'Morning Worship 11. Training ."I. :;:
and two great one grandchildren.grandchild Jacksonville. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Worship 7:30. 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- (Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service >";I..
MARY'S CATHOLIC I 730. Midweek ':";)
WednesdayPrayer Meeting Prayer
Funeral services held 10 Ing, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal :
WW'be ship Service Church CHURCH, MACCLENNY 7:30 pjn.Rev.. 7:45.: (Service 7:30.: : <"';,"
at 2 Saturday Jones
Memorial pjn. ? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Training' 11 ajn. Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. -Rev. L. Tommy. Howe pee"I: .
Chapel with
Starke. : pjn. Evening .
STARKE 7:900:30 Day Mass, 5:30 ''I' ;
Rev. Lacy Conway officiating.> Worship : p.m. ..- .. _u__ "" ". .. ..y..M"....... "'.. _"_" .tor. ;...
SundaySunday School 9:45. "" .n. """ ....,".. "'VoI'Nh"' '''''.""-..'''' ''"'"'"'"VoIVo'.W"''' """""'"' <_ <-<.,. ,-.

y- i family Interment plot will In Hope follow Cemetery, in the Morning"Were You Worship There?at";11 Bell, sermon.Choir 7:30:Wednesday p.n Prayer Meeting, !"" " " ''' ' '' :<': "'ttr

Theresstf.! under direction of Rev. J.D. Robinson I.t
Practice 5:30 Church
t Jones Funeral Home. Training. 6:13: pjn.Evening; Wor- LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST i READY FORVk/ CARGO i ;: ;

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I '\ NEW I II C. C. Hutcl son for Monday the Harvest.Bell Choir" Practice, Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn I "' .I'.I'.I'.I'.I.1'.I.1i :. J' A :: ;

6:15 Youth Choir 7 Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening \
NORELCO : Practice '
I Clarence C. Hutcheson. 61, p.m. Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday I # :.':' )
BEHIND-THE-EAR AID died Saturday In the Bradford Tuesday- Young musicians Everyone welcome. I \ I'! /
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,County after Rev. Robert Halsten '; ;j\/
FEATURING LONG ; Hospital a long Choir 3:30: p.m.; Bell Choir pastor : I J 'u" }
I Illness. Born in Bradford County and G. A.. 41:15. '/...:,
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BATTERY LIFE. on June 30, 1910 be was WednesdayFamily Night OF GOD iOiii| | : 'I )' :01:1: ,; '.
comfortable the son of the late Andrew A, 422 N.,St. Clair St.. Starke.; ,'r,)!>,, '. '
Up to 250 hours Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 1111.llInd... 'iviulj tit tiiki, mi. fiu-l,. I unit morn 'I'i"
hearing on 1 battery! So and Mattie Water Hutcheson. R. A. Meeting 6:30: ; Tea- 'Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng to' .., .:.
economical to usa, yet delivers He was a retired police officer chers and Officers Meeting, Worship II a.m. Sunday ,mi'pi' for fin.ll "T w.rvilr'. If I 1.1.>.Mfliiivic. | tH ,, t 't.i'.r..':
.rich, clear sounds. Tiny of the City of Starke, Church Choir Evening 7 pjn. Youth Night + '
7:15. Practice :n r
light weight reliable. Come I and a member of Pine Level 8 p.m.; Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer. .. 'I I ." main, 1 1'1111'1./1,..|' s, / .,uuiilil IKi, hltllUtI.f''mi/ uilm Sr' nnil 1V:4. to. i s .....:K'Y"\ :""",:,:" 'IO!'': ..;". 'Ire I I.n II
I in, be fitted for listening! Baptist Church. ,e .:1. ''. "ThursdayMust&IakeriIi: Meeting Friday, 7:30: p.m.? I ,. .,.1 Y I o'a.Nh t''I \\iniM\ l h.1> fAlftnft'in'klu'W, ihiijK thnt ivl.uill wr :t.v lit b1J.", : ."r'" 1"" ur'i'i; P
.j pleasure today! : I Surviving.. :'-RWY, Md ,\paetOZU inn /I ,turt/s! tvLA 'r' "1'1.f I '1M ,,w.1n1. ,.,, ",:" '' n)"ti ere ". ,1"'J; .n, ,.,pJ 1 p 1J dl to nfSI9h! Y".t ,....1.- e.lr1:,
Conner Hu Meson; tai) ee sons,' tice.3:30pjn. !fur... ..',.. a .' ofI:1: b Ih ar" clue
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I Charles E. HutchesoB'and Rudolph III. LAKE BAPTIST ; I II
Norelco -W. A. Hogan. Pastor I. 'I !.\, 'J..
I. e4 'NtAlnnauot, Hutcheson both of Starke Union Sunday School 9:30; Training .Man, \\11"!! ii'aifil ,In IH. 11 iiiniMiiiion/ | t.. / and Aaron A. Hutcheson. 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship I (;." .;/ '
.T.find.out"0".about. ,hearing, Ion larksvllle, Tenn.; two daughters GOSPEL SING U ajn. Evening Worship I mill, \\lii-n, In- .1,.... nut jinn' in \Mirxliiilh. | .l :wt r,I II
nd h., Nor.lc.N. til." Aidt nay Mrs. Carolyn Fuqua and Long Bridge Baptist Church ,,7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting 7:30 f O1Ji, ,
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two sisters. Mrs. Ratftrd Alvarez Feb. 26 at 7 pun. Everyone Pastor Rev. Robert West
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I I Level Baptist Church with Rev. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Wednesday 8 '. ,. .
IIOIoOUIO'RtHROA"ANOIIMt, i II John Strickland and Rev. Alton Services 11' ajn. and 7 -Rev. Robert D.p.m.Burch ', ..,
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GAINESVILLE HEARING in Conner Cemetery with -Rev. Lacy Conway.pastor, CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH J "0' :
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In Sun,iliina Shopping' Center Sunday School- to a.m. MornIng 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. < ? \: Y: 1'4
NenlToWooko Worship U: a.m. and 7. p.. -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor l., ,%.t. Ii i ',. .0: .'.r t I

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7 pjn. Study on Booh of Psalms. ,- .
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II'I j By GLORIA. REDFEARN ,I! Will Attend Meeting No! .

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' \\0 GARDEN CLUB --iieeSf-

# The Garden Club of the Lakes 12 noon dally except Satur -
met at the Municipal Building day. The Tea will be an event A special meeting arrangedby oe awe to accept these coupons Frank Lee of Lake Brook-
In Keystone Heights at 10 a.m.' of March 17 at 1:30 pjn. the U.S. Department of from eUglblefamUles.Authorl- lyn", presents petition containing
February 17.Hostesses were Mrs. L. O. Gayle announcedthat Agriculture, Food and Nutrition zation Is open to any bona tide signatures of 500 protesters
on Mrs. E. L. Helton. Mrs. Albert the program for the tea Service will be held at food retailer in Clay County; at City of Keystone annexation -
Bachmann and Mrs. Mary would be very unusual and 2 pjn. Tuesday, Feb. 29, In regardless of the size of U.iore >> hearing Tuesday night. "". :
...,4 Roeder. something _different than has the courthouse annex, Green FNS officials emphasized. The municipal building was
..' Cove Springs to acquaint Clay filled to overflowing by persons -
Mrs Earl F. Jones of Starkewas ever been planned for a Silver ,
the speaker) and her demonitration Tea before County grocers with the new The FNS Is responsible tor waiting to be heardthe
.!j of dry arrangements Mrs. Marlon Conner of Jacksonville food stamp program. grocer authorizations, while vast majority: of them mUl-
I and discussion of highlights of will give a dramatic FNS officials urge all Clay certification of eligible families tantly opposed the to being" annexed -
. judging were enjoyed by the Interpretation of one of the County grocers to attend this and Issuance of food coupons In by city.; '"
1.1 7 members and three guests latest books by Jan de-Hartog meeting to find out how they to them is handled by spite of the tense atmosphere. -
k 'J apply for ..utborizatfon.lIohandle local units of the Florida Department .
iresent. She also gave con- entitled "Peaceable Kbgdom. may oMallor"btnttdown tine '.
( .itractive criticism of the min- Mrs Conner gives her dramatic USDA food coupons. of Health and Rehabilitative house" when, while the for an explanation and then When the laughter subsided, won't treat me that rough."
I' Interpretations in full Only authorized will Services. turning resumed, saying: "Now before I Idents
Ature flower arrangements grocers pages, of a chart he stopped I the Mayor grinned sheepishly For complete story of bear-
pass on "
Brought by the members. costume. and said, Well. I hope you lag, see page one.
The World Day of Prayer
Mrs.on plans Ralph for Naples decorating reportsd for will be held on March 3 at -.." "..-' .......,......''''.

the Prom. Volunteers are needed 10 a.m. at the Community
'j to help make roses on Wednesday Church w.th the Catholic and News Notes .1 ',

.: and Thursday.; Members Episcopalian women also participating .-.... ..... ....."... Outstanding Woman Educator f
" 'Mrs. Barry Wyman 1'tiN
should contact Mrs. Naples for Helen 4
By Egan t
will be In charge of the service J,
details. -
..b I IS.I Plans were discussed for a and refreshments will follow EASTERN STAR four towns of Bradford County: Heard At Keystone ,Woman's Club
Flower Show to be held on A- In the educational build ,;
At the February 15 monthly in Senior Clubs. Progress: has ,. .
prtl 20. Mrs. R. Griffin will ing.March been made and Keystone members !" .'-
8 will be the next
.1 serve as chairman. General chapterOOEESMthe main of the Bradford Senior New educational to to solve these :::
;0 members Meeting of the Com concepts problems problems
Three new were .
Club Art and Erna Lockwoodand "
business the election of 't :
was help meet the needs of She
munity Church Women. Please today was also Invited to Cairo
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welcomed into the club: Mrs.
Helen V. Egan Mrs. Spackman is
officers. Patron were -
Worthy Floyd graciously spending
" I note that It will be an after- and tomorrow were discussedby Egypt to assist In direct-
: Grace Myers, Mrs. "Scotty"Beam received at the third a one leave of
Koons presented The following year absence In
Mrs. :Reva R. Spackman
noon meeting. beginning at 10 ing a seminar of new trends
:..' and Mrs. Margaret noon meeting beginning at 1 nine officers were elected organizational meeting of the i I an Instructor in the Kameham- Keystone Heights, where sheAr In education. "Although EgyptIs
Greaves. for the 1972 chapter sessions. Hampton Club. Preliminary eha Is doing some text book writ
Mrs. Schools Honolulu Hawaii with
p.m. L. C. Gayle has a struggling country
The March meeting will be a lovely program planned with Worthy Matron Betty; Slkesj clans are still underway with at the Tuesday luncheon meeting and visiting ,her father. great economic and political
held at the Municipal Building Worthy Patron Homer Slices programs to be developed along of the Archie E. Rattier a tiredmissionary ..
Mrs. Norwood Phelps of Jack- ; Keystone Heights) needs, educators there are ;
on March 16 with Paul Bur- the lines of the alms of in
Associate the
Matron Arcena Wilson Woman's Club. Caribbeanarea
sonville and she will speak to find the best ways
A dick to give a demonstration on and Associate Patron Win- Jong the lines of the aims and who has resided In Keystone eager ..
"Can We
Be Friends With Chi of preparing theiryouthtosolve
'j and talk on Bonzal trees. ton Keeth Secretary Phyllis purpose of the Senior Citizen.as for the past 18 *
na?" ; "These are the times of Issues years. the problems they will face,*
" BRIDGE Mrs. Phelps has traveled extensively Hussey; Treasurer Vera Own- developed at the White House and Innovations In education Mrs. Spackman recently par- the speaker said.
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DUPLICATE abroad and in the bey; Conductress Nell Duncan Conference of which Joe Kerrigan ." Mrs. Spackman said. ticipated in a seminar at York
Winners for Tuesday, Feb. Rhoden was a delegate f .
United States. She has been ; Associate Conductress 'st clents University; In England composed -
15. were: Mrs. Mary Cook and Jackie Weeks and Sentinel Lon- : have condemned traditional Mr. Spackman was Intro- ..'..
: Miss Iva Hlllyer. first; Mrs. active In many clubs and or- rein f practices which they of selected educators actively duced to her audience by Mrs.
Rowland Bryan and Mrs. C. V. ganizations. Those who heard RhcK'len. Mrs. Egan and Art Lockwood find boring and unrelated to engaged in new approaches Ralph Barker, vice president, -
Home, second Mrs.Paley Boyd her speak before found her were specially feted as the their needs, today and tomor to teaching and learning in and program chairman of the .
and Mr.. John; Strewn third; very Informative and a charm- The final Chapter meeting members ((20) saluted them on row. 'They need to have practice the U. S., Canada and the U-. ,,:'.
and Mrs. W. J. Grollck and Ing person. of the 1971 sessions will be the occasion of their February in independent thinking ,ailed Kingdom. Subjeet of the club.Mrs. :;
Mrs. Phil Kramer fourth. The Executive Board MeetIng held March 7. birthdays. Mr. and Mrs Karl which will enable them to acquire seminar was the problems of Gertrude Stevens
Winners on Thursday evening, of the Women will be held Hoist also were specially hon > the skills necessary to the 70's and how education chairman of the Education Com :
. ::1 Feb. 17. were: Mr. and Mrs. on Monday Feb. 28 at I p.m. The hostesses hour and which host followed for ored as they had enjoyed their solve their present and future might effectively equip stu- mittee, presented two books -:.
the refreshment
at the educational building. All 42nd A the club to the Keystone : :.
; 1 ,)' o ., first; and Rosa- wedding anniversary. given by :
/ W. J. Croak and Mrs. John members please be present as were George lovely birthday card was given Heights branch library :::;
; Nell Rhoden and .
Strawn, second; Mr. and Mrs. It is an important meeting lie Martha Colgln.Crutchfield. In keep to :Mrs. Egan on behalfof ,-- ------ii------ ------- -ai In honor of Mrs. Helen Lawrence ...

; Mike Falkel, thrld and fourth, the Hampton members,whose who recently retired as :: ;:
': Mrs. W. H. David and Jim Fox. ing the refreshment with the Valentine table was theme col- genial hostess Mrs. Evelyn | Now Is TIle Time To Set I librarian after 20 years of ser '.'.:..

COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN First Baptist Church orfully centered with a large toward Vaughan a large Is working Club. The faithfully members ;- Caladium Beds For Color ..
) I spray of pink flower arrangement
Keystone Height with Valentine napkins were provided with permanent vice.My
I The Community Church Wo- name tags by the donor Neighbors
, men's Organization held their Rev. Lawrence Carroll pas and sweetmeats of many flavors Helen V. Egan a hobby Now is the time to set your trite the tuber and the roots
and tastes.A If Itls not controlled,the topetewill garden supply store to obtain
beds of
: February General Meeting at she has made her main Interest caladtums for future
tor.Sunday" fall to reproduce and the new bulbs planting.' They will
; the Park of the Palms on Mon. School, : Choir: 'number of the members as well as a genuine color in the garden; Caladlums
leaves have
Youth probably nice
on the some ones
plant will be
ing Worship 11 produce a significant reduced .
pleasure.
: day, Feb. 14. witha buffet ; were reported on the sick list. blossom In
In size.Amaryllis pots.
: luncheon served at noon. A Rehearsal 5:45: ; Church Training Mrs. Daisy Hall is still con but are grown the .Are
. record number attended and 6:30: ; Evening Worship, fined to Gainesville Extended Joe Kerrigan and Karl Hoist color of their foliage Many bulbs should be you tired?of looking at
brought guests. The din- 7:30. ,, Care Center having suffered aim organize the entire Coun- new verities have been Introduced i showing some In'OWtb.ccordlng your' polnsetttas If you are,
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many : A ;
, Ing room was decorated in valentine 'Tiies&yVisitation.! T4J2WeieadayM 'a hip fractunr some time ago ty; of Bradford into senior citizens including the solid whites \ to Florida Nurserymen and .you Newcomers can cut, them back now.
I .Vamlly**,HMlgfatDiiS2r :* clubs. Mrs. Vaughan the strap-leafs, and the deepsreds. Growers to Florida: :can I
colors. The dessert of ( W? Watson Haroenbergh( Is home may Association. If you .
,t cake was decorated .with red 8:30: :;;W.MS\ RA, Aux.Walree'and from the> hospital but II still be reached by phone through Small number\',,two or treated your bulbs well In the It really Is available appreciate In the a pure poinsettia white !!I! !
hearts. Brotherhood, 7:15: ; at home; Colds and the flu Waldo exchange Ralph Vaughan three tubers will not produce fall by giving them some fert to a blood red and shadesIn !
, The President, Mrs. Barry Hour of Power 8; Adult Choir bug caused many members to ). The meetings are held ai large a foliage -as the giant ilizer most certainly they will between. many
, ; asked those who Rehearsal 8:45. be absent Mrs. Yvonne) Stov in the City Hall auditorium size. be pushing forth some bud
brought guests to Introduce A Sweetheart Valentine Ban- er, who visits the Keystone The next meeting will be on Caladlums like a moist, rich spikes. Easter Lilies should have
.:' them and then welcomed everyone quet was held Monday night, Chapter frequently, lost her March 2 at 1 p.m. with a projected 'soil with protection from the Amaryllis Is probably the bout a two toot growth on them
there. Feb. 14,In educational build- husband !the morning of the covered dish luncheon afternoon sun. A small amount workhorse of the bulbs in Flor by now and you will need to
'J Mrs. L. C. Gayle program ing for the Youth I and D Departments Chapter meeting. Expressions for March 16. of organic fertilizer can be ida. They fertilize them every two weeks
chairman; Introduced the > and their dates and of sympathy were extended by worked into the bed at the time relatively free of sdiseaasewand with a soluble fertilizer This "Okay, so my error coat
\ speaker who is a guest of Park guests.' the officers and members. As Hampton is a near neighbor of planting. If your soil Is sandy Insects and maintain themselves will perk them up and keep them the company week of work .
., I of the Palms, Miss Grace The dining area was beautifully of Keystone, the Starke {lyon should add large amounts with little care. Check growing to bloom for the Easter and a few hundred thou.... :
, Crawford missionary from .decorated with pink and Club members living in the .of peat or organic compost. with your local nurseryman or season. I said I was sorry, didn't Jr," :
J Africa. A former resident of red Sweetheart roses and WORKSHOP Keystone Area, are missionaries An acid fertilizer Is desirable i
for them. In the Interest - ,.., - .- - -
Cleveland, Ohio, before going hearts. A candlelight dinner About ten members of ttta once a month in order to promote .....
to Zambia Africa to teach In was served. About 80 young Melrose llomemakers Club of furthering the programsso large leaf size. .-.
the Sakeji school of ten years. people were present to enjoy attended a morning session of essential to the Interests Caladlums have relatively few
; The school is attended by the the festivities. Guest speaker they workshop, and, workedon as well as the needs of the problems. Not many Insects like ,
children of the missionarieswho was :Rev. Jim Temple, Pastor the making of tapestry hand- elderly. 1972 Is a vital yearin the leaves to eat. The wont
, are working over there of Brooker. Baptist Church and bags under Mrs. Wllla Sim Washington and as former enemy of caladIum tubers is
' and is supported financially by Principal of BuchhoU High mons' direction and Mrs. Lilly HEW Secretary, Arthur Flem- the root knot nematode. This
.. the parents and contributions School: Gainesville. He talkedto Roberts showed the art of ming and now special consultant microscopic worm will pene- "Tlli.
t: from churches in America. the young people about the pearl bead stringing as she to President Nixon on" Ag- .
: i I Ml.s Crawford gave a detailed problems they encounter dally had Just completed a new design ing says, "There is more ._
t report of the operation relating to sex and drugi. using the small beadsas ior power" than Just a label .
t of the school and Its varied A contest was held to select well as a Jumbo size. Many as older people are becoming Choose Income
activities. Her talk was very the Valentine King and Queen designs and patterns are fea- more politically involved, (;..
." informative and educational and the winning contestantswere tured in this newest hobby. means Action Now. Tax Carefully, .V

: she was a delight to listento. Terry WIsenant. and Cathy The regular Melrose Club Public AdvisedNeed :

... Neylans. meeting will be on February 24at MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB
I The ladles of the church IIUMi
gave
A TiAU
short business .
meeting followed
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9:30 arm with PresidentMrs. Mrs. Albert Bachmann of help with your Income
bridal shower Thursday evening -
and a count of the Circle a Made Allen presiding. Keystone Heights and Presidentof tax return? If so, and you seek
" attendance was taken. in the Fellowship Hall hon- Every member attending will the Melrose Woman's Club professional help, be sure to
Mrs. Wyman Introduced the oring Miss Lynn Jordan.Games be "tagged" this meeting as will preside at the March lit select onlY nultrtMi" and reputable -
. chairman of the Sliver Tea were played during the evenIng the new name tags will be luncheon and business meeting advisors, the Internal
: Mrs. James Cook, who asked and refreshments were ready for use. The rules of at 12 noon at the Clubhouse. Revenue Service advised
all of the ladles to call Mrs. served to about 30 guests The
I the Club that visitors are taxpayers today.
are
" Haberstroh 3-4504 and offer honoree received many lovely Hostesses for the luncheon
I always welcome. Should they A taxpayer can have someone 1
,,1 their card tables and acces- gifts. be Interested In Joining the are Mrs Mrs.Jane LaCoste Olive Longneckerj and Mrs. else prepare a return but i !

. --- Club three meetings attended Helen Swanbum. the taxpayer Is responsible for TUNT
--
will qualify them. However, the accuracy of the Information
I there will be a visitors name Timothy Cunningham was the entered and the full payment of ..
tag ready for the wearing.Theseare guest speaker at the Feb. 16 any additional tax, penalties, I ;,
permanent tags and must luncheon and program meet and Interest charged IRS District I
: I be left at the Clubhouse when ing. He talked about the Reception Director for Florida, A.
branch Ist.rsl leaving. Center for prisonersat J. O'Donnell Jr. said.
Lake Butler and Ralford While most tax practitionersare '"
State Prison Hostesses for the competent and honest, Mr. .I :
,,yt atwwl FELLOWSHIP CLUB O'Donnell alerted to
luncheon were Mrs. Harriet taxpayers r
: out with Today, Feb. 24, is the day Rice; Mrs. Irene Batnbridge these potential danger signals: I
'+ Mra! when members and guests enJoy Mrs Harriet Williams, Mrs. Never sign a blank return; i iHIGHWAY J. ;
little games and the social hour Jane Hilton, and Mrs. Ernest Do not sign a tax return pre- |I ... 'i .
a that follows. The meeting is at ine Hunter. pared In pencil (It can be '
1:30: in the Lions Club building. changed later): j :,
. savings Come carrying a small wrap Avoid the advisor who "gua- : ::
ped prized preferably in the rantees" refunds, wants a I .::
food line and a small fee of PERSONALS percentage of the refund. nr ,': ..
. ISC Is collected to help defraythe Mrs. Lillian Seals of Ham- supposedly knows'' all the an- j ',' 'r

cost of rent and refresh monton N. J. and a friend glee,; and :
ments. This Club is self-sus of long standing are visiting Be on your guard if It Is I I 21 NORTH : "jft .?
taming and has no sponsor, but'' Mrs. Seals' sister Miss Jane suggested that your refund KEYSTONE '.1
HEIGHTS FLORIDA J I.
the Interest of Its members. Driscoll, and her assistant, check be mailed to the advisor. ( .,
The regular meeting of the .Mr. Harriet Flowers Camp O'Donnell said a professional ; '. ...'
Keystone Fellowship Club under Alachua on Crystal Lake andKey.tooe. advisor should sign the tax reI I Now For Breakfast
President Lester Sheets is Miss Drticoll director turn he prepares on the line Open ;t t :
held on the second Thursday of the Camp. Mrs. Mar-; .",
provided and the
you, taxpayer (
of each month in the Lions lor Driscoll. is happy to reportshe should record his name and address And Serving Dinner :=:
having own money
F your from her
is
I E'ke cowered: gaining nicely for future reference J
"
Savings Account bout with arthritis and hopesto
your
!, and business meeting. Mem- be able to be out and about .
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with us. Stash a little away every bers as well as invited guests with friends soon. ---- ( DAILY LUNCHEON
f\\ provide! their own service dishes Although late word was recently -
j'; payday. Then, watch your money and utensils, as well as received of the mar- S.E. MCKAY I
beverage and particularly a riage of Mrs. Thelma DIxon
i: grow and grow and grow. serving spoon.or fork for t the of Starke, and director of the REALTOR l SPECIAL 95ft ;

covered dish. Neighborhood Center.Her marriage Keystone. rlts. 473-4316 I

(,,1 The March meeting will be took time.place She around U now Thanksgiving Mn.Tbelma -.

j KEYSTONE STATE BANK on the 9th.SENIOR the Center Thornton.is very Her extensive workat HOMES RENTALS ACREAGES Steaks &, Clops Boiled Or Fried .::

CITIZENS and she has been Instrumental

I Member FJU.C. Keystone Heights Fta. | Under the Interests of Joe in helping many underprivileged lit.. ...Ib. II.... 47J-474G Seafoods', : .
Kerrigan of Silver Lake and people particularly <
J
"Year Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Karl Hoist of Starke, Senior young folk,. Also, Joe Ker- Colj po'.h.t, k ih.ponZl:1f1T.:.

I Comm dty". Citizens ClubotBradford County rigan assisted her In organi 47Ye0Se ,,FOR CARRY OUT PHONE 4733093I ,.{r
h Jj : a movement has started to sing a Senior Citizens groupat
enroll senior citizens of the the Center.

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FOR SALE- Pick up Truck ,_" '..., ., c .. ., ".. '
t CLASSIFIED AD RATES' Camper Topper. OlIn.lIome. '. Mobile I SINGER Touch Sew. Guaran \ .. ... n.." .. or "... .C. Carnes
NurseryThousands
Mtnloram Chary __.. .1.71 Sales, 100 West; Starke.tfchg ..mmYMOORB'SUN ,I teed. Winds bobbin In machine,
SPORTS makes tg-sag patterns monograms CARL DES of Plant*
(Covers IS wels)
\ buttonholes overcasts Fruit Trees. Shade Trees,
Back wad ever IS-7e 97-1/2 Acres West Starke MOORE BOA"'roB ,blind hems. See locally 11 payments Gull Servc! Evergreens Camellias
,
Edwards Road to Butler Road. of $5.26. Cash discount
.tea Extra Charge U sot MONEt Used. Parts .. Rose
Paved Road and Railroad. Industrial YOUR Will take trade. Write Credit .Az.I. ..
f.U IB advanceCLASSIFIED and residential A. J. Ph. 94791 Manager Box 473, Winter Haven THE! FINEST SELECTION! OF Most fa. ea.s -* plant An7UaeLANDSCAPING
DISPLAY Thomas Realtor. TeI.M4S701WANTE1X. Stark Florida 33880. Sip 3/2

..... Per leek Complete Otrttoard A USIID' CARS t. Ml. S.E..f.tarke. Rw7: INnoraheme

Used,furniture, reMgeratore Stem Drift Service ....dRep.lr. In this, whole area MMKS
A Hole la Your Roof
.
Memorials. IteocimieaeProclamations washers. -Doh.. Complete Fiberglass =-. '24 Hr. Wrecker Service
etc -7. word mer'. Discount House. tl/tJc Repair. Custom- r:; Or A

CARDS) OF THANKS' A USED PARTS The Glass Shop
built Fiberglass Flahtog
Brooker Masons Host To M word or Ie.. .. .......... FOR SALE- One single bed, Boat WHOLENEW Hwy.301 N. Waldo
maple, springs and mattress
Grand Lodge Officers Bask went ever W-Te one gas beater. One Phil T. V. 468-1998 Glass
20 In. needs
screen tubes. j For
Best offer. .Pb. 964-8493. ROOF ,
Brooker Masons were hosts of Pine Hill Lodge No. 91; Wilbur INCOME TAX SERVICEWe Up AH
to officers of the Grand Lodgeof W. Matters.Jru of Jacksonville are happy to announce thatG. J .& J Roofing Co. FOR SALE- acres mountain CARS and TRUCKS
Florida when the Master Most Worshipful Phillip It dma and Margaret HOUSEKEEPER WantedMature land, 10 miles northeast Ashe- Installed Whle.U-Walt

Mason degree was conferredon Grand Master, and other accompanying Crosby" have Just completed reliable, lit 2 weeks of EXISTING Phone 964-8088 or 4734735.Hiway vllle N. C. Joins hard road. Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
A. B. Adams following a officers of the an advance course' in March. Good pay.Ph.96405229. 301 South Write Howard Penland, 312-31
covered dish supper In the Grand Lodge of Florida. income tax preparation, and lip I St. SW, Hickory N. C. 28601. 2017 N. Main GMD
lodge hall on February 15. According to Russell GreenJr. will be most happy to assist Phone 7043248738.. tip 3/2

Pictured above are (from ., secretary of the Brooker you In Oiling out your Income HAY FORSALE-ExcelJeDtqua- HOMES FOR SALE- Farmall International -
left): Senior Warden Leroy lodge the Pine Hill charter tax. lity; 830.00 Per ton J. R. Walnwright. -' Cub Tractor with fait
Stokes Junior Warden FrankE. dates back to 1882 making It Town Finance Company', 226 Phone 984-7835. atcJtc hitch, with disc and bottom Taklac application foi
Qulcksall and Worshipful one of the oldest In this section N. Temple Ave 964-7449 tfchg 312 AVAJUSlfFOR plow and most all cultivator FOR SALEFrame FHA-235
Master James Fred Hardee of Florida.
attachments. Very good con-
The delicious: covered dish Manual YOUR LOT, House In new condition
TYPEWRITERS or dition. Contact Vernon Reddish -
!
Near Brick 3 and ,
supper preceding the degree Electric. For sale or rent TOM FRISBEE 964-6530. 4tchg: 3/2 3 bedrooms living room 4
ScanlonOratory work was prepared and servedby Bradford County Telegraph JAN FRISBEE dining room 2 lathe, outside Bedroom Home
the ladles of the kedge $3,500tBOOm city; on nice lot. Can for Detail
INCOME TAX SERVICE
2 bedroom frame house very Low 'Down Paym."t
neat. Sane furniture Includedon
$3.00.p ler BrtVolkawagen> 2.7 acres of land. Several and Moderate Monthly.

GAlNESVILLEBusiness Fast accurate Reasonable FT.Of nice storage buildings. Outside Payments

WinnerJoe Every Day 9 A.M. 9 P.M. city limits. LONGCIIAMP
HOMES
S,. 21.3 MI. N. Middlobwri 2 bedroom nice cement block tibiae
Next Door Fie. Stetowlde UVHMAflEAGALL home FIn place. enclosed garage. M4U3
school Directory Near Lawtey on 301. m, Bom
Scanlan, a high "..It) BtarfceTF
senior at Bradford High School 5 acres of ]land on paved highway -
took first place In local competition ,...... 212.5079T.'I Ih17..1' near Lawtey.
In the 1972 American
Legion High School Oratorical AUTO SALES GARDEN- SUPPLIES ..... emcee vtII: CONTACT

Contest held at Post No. 56 GEORGE ROBERTS
In Starke last Tuesday\ night. BRASINGTONCADILLAC SEMI-DRIVERS NEEE8SD SLIDE .IlL Mouth of n.MalluAD4tcsvfLLn SAVE
By winning the first placeIn Johnson Paris Inc. TRAINING now being ofMred REAL ESTATE Thofre Lpna Distance
local competition. Scanlan OLD MOBILB through" facilities: of Class B Phone Cells
PHONE 964-7826
wUl advance to district com RALES *'SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS Common Carrier. Industry HOME We now'hand!. air Inn..

petition and possibly the Nat- Selection .ef Used Can wages exceed drive per hour. 421 W. MADISON ST tickets,'erultei, and tours.
Fine
PetWe hwUnJ'EBTILIZEIU Over-the-road training
IniecUoldeo -
ional award of an $8,000 scho
larship. District competition Taken.On CadlUae Trade covering most ...1. Experience SERVICES 8 TRACK. TAPE Decks repairedand We offer special. package
iau Ph. irnae cleaned al( Dahmers Discount
N.W. -
will be held at the Legion HallIn tool not necessary. For Immediate FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bedroom Tour .f Now
fait service. tfchg
Ocala Thursday evening Real FerUHaer .0..,*..1Ie" application call Area ;OR INFORMATION I : trailer outside city Jim-.
February 17. Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 124 N.W. tilt 1b.'I1I-tt'I'I' Code 3-5-565-6446. or writ Its, J.B. White 964-6114, .Ifno Disney World
The four other students from Seml-Driver Division 3020 N. Call Jacksonville E answer call 964-8799: Call 964.7449
BUS that rounded out the com Federal Highway Bldg. 2.Suite
petition were Miss Shirley Pete GLASS 204; Fort'Lauderdale; Fla. .Collect $200.00 DOWN TOWN FINANCE CO.
brick and
daughter of Mrs. Hattte M. 4 wheel dive- And .*. 33306. 2tP 3/2 7814055RUGS block: homes ,Payments new as low P.O. Box 226 N. Tomolo

Logan; Miss Jency Watson, Sal_. Paris.. Senrtee as $70.00 a month. You
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Clean Deed:!orotaa UDDELL GOOD PENSACOLA Hay for If earn between mayqualify
R. Watson, Miss Kathy Faulkner ale. Reasonably priced Telephone .$70 and $140.00 you -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1700 N.1Min 17&012 964-7679. tfchg Crown a week. Call WATER FRONT LOTS
J.H. Faulkner; and Jimmy Andrews Glass Company 6x9, $349: ; 9 x 12. BuIlders 9648337. FOR SALE

son of Mr. and Mrs. Beauty Academy: FOR SALE- 69 Ford Pick-up $5.98. Many colon and pat On Crosby Lake and. Crosby.
......" Also larger' sizes at Canal
Levon Andrews. \ "GUM er Every contact Register Oil Co. Ph. .terns. tfchg.WATSON'S Lake Canal. 80 feet
Contestants presented orations POWELL'S Stone Pronb-M1n 964-8888. Itchg: DAHMER-S DISCOUNT. iot/chg wide 8 feet deep) Located on'
on the subject of the S Tub EnclosuresShowersFnrottw 3/23 State Road 100, 3 miles West
Constitution of the United Beauty Academy : ToPs Olase ReNEW HOUSE OF VACUUMS of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation
States and extemporaneous diecourse. FOR SALEIncome property cottage mobile home or
of
_ : plead Many brands; new vacuums .
.. i.U PmfaMdoa. 'laDpoa 'Ytarc' Reno. Duplex 2 bedroom each", INSURANCE -, .ah.r rwc 39.00 up. Used machines from .Investmentt. 'niVisPrice ::i'I' '
A check for$25 was presented Time. FdM. Put Tim LOCATION: Good Income. Long term ton- AT REDUCED RATES $10. Expert Repairs all makei. ; start & .1, 9, .GOl $200
to the winner Joe Scanlan, -119 NW. 1M S7MW6 Main GeJMavme ants. Property never vacant. Pacts and Accessories: for all. down aDd "5.00 month for Mnmnfits <<
by Bryce Titus chairman of MOTORS tall So. Call 964-6512. tfchg AUTO, FIRE, BOAT vacuums. Built In Central vac- C8 V2 T simple Inter-.

the Oratorical Committee. ELECTRIC. 372-8191" 372.1102MDI'OBfYD.ES DOYLE E. CONNER umn cleaning systems. 712 N. estX) '.
This year's Judges were selected WANT TO do sewing in my AGENCY Main, Gainesville 376-7110 Call 94-7701 8 can;'to 9
from the field of Educationin ELECTRIC own home. Phone 782-3025. Vp;' INSURANCE pjn.-weekdays. tf
the community. The Judges tchg. .- -
Co. :
were; Mrs. Mary Agnes Fer- Motor Repair j IALI1 AMD IIIVICI GARBAGE PICJ ..UP..1'1' Sat- HELP WANTEDJourneymen
; \ :, 3-:& "
.IIf: !: ."
Miss Lynette Bodily ;
guson Of Oalne..Ble. ISO. urday. Call 964-5261 or 904- meat cutters. Apply to Manager FOR RENT-Unfurnished 3 bed
-
and Mr. Jessie J. Moore Jr. ctD 8876. lip DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY
The District 4 American Legion Repairing Rewinding !4ZlDm. Food Fair Starke File room house! in country. Also

High School Oratorical- Newt nand) .Used .. .........n. FOR SALE1968 Chevrolet.Can WEDDINGS needs STANLEY S ladles HOME for special Products part tfchg apartments Nollman tfchg In Starke. W. ..n..
Contest, In which the Bradford be at Hunts
2816 N. W. UCh Ph. S73431S seen Shell PORTRAITS time work car necessary. We INCOME TAX forms prepared)
County winner Joe Scanlon,will or call 964-5261.. $800 cash. train l.Call or write Edith $2.00 up. 24 years aa erience.:
merican compete Is Legion set at Post the Ocala:tonight A- MOVERS WtciAGIID : It* COMMERCIAL 114 N. WalnutSterite 1\ A. SUger 454-2748. High Call Mrs. Donald 3/16 Martin, 9tl4- SEWINGMACHINE
6573. 4tp
(Thursday Feb. 17)). The pub- L NFtQELIT.AOIS HOUSEKEEPER WantedMa- 964-818$. .' Springs. 4tp 2/24

lic Is invited to attend. J.onc'Dlalance Moving ..-------.....- ture, reliable, lit 2 weeks of
Slersxe Faekl gCratl : >March. Good pay Ph.. 964-5229. SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned, Sales and Service
i::". Shlpptag |L372'527J lip died and adjusted In your
BC Library Free Estimates Call XtCOMIT C'J..J.. POPS home, $5.00. Vaovrnn cleaner PFAFF 'oJ ELNA
FOR SALE-Camper and Truck repairs also. All work guaranteed. \ H.w Homes
..MUSICPIANCS&OSGAHS $800. Call 964-6091 from 7 Dennis E. Coggins, Phase Home
Building a.m. to 3 p.m. After 3 call NEW AND USED 431-1428 ttcha Quality/: 'WHITE

AIDWIN 964-5306. Itp IjI Custom Draperies $49:50

Fund Climb SALES. Coveting. up
.. .
FOR SALEFurnished House PARTS FOR RENTS 'Trailer lot,, on .
Gross .Sales of the Stuff 'n and .xtra lot $3,000 Cash. SERVICE F.P.L. Call after 5:00 pjn. 'Interiors fey: Victor Parts & Repair. on
Inc. LUlie Webb 2253 Hol. 1100 Park Avo. Orange Park all other Make Ma
Things Store on Call Street Van Service, CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Sleepy Deep and Shallow Wells 964-8238.. tfchg.INTERSTATEMOBiLE.
which go toward a $50,000 low Dr. Ph. 964-6873. after ZM-M31 tf chines.NATIONAL.
building fund for a new Brad- JJ4e ".E. m1111. OMBe ARAB 7. 2tp 2/24 Water Softeners ud Home,,
_
ford County library building Fllters.Plumbing. moving In F1$.., Call WANTED25 acres or more,
are averaging $500 per month, MUSIC Co. FOR SALE-1 ReJlOl..Hdmobile 9645613IOTS in or around Starke. Term*.
AUTO SALES SERVICE
the Starke Clvltan Club was told Supplies Phone 964-4028 or write E. J. 611 W. Un .. Avo.
Tuesday morning. C'vllle Shopping Or. 372-5351 home One used Mobile Benton, 521 Gornto Lake
Rd.
BLOUHT ONTIAC SALE Starke Golf GainesVilU; }' Florida
Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders Home Olln's Mobile Homes EXPERT SERVICE ON FOR Brandon Fla. 33511.

she is chairman of the Library CUE jNC! Farm and Industrial Sales 100 West Starke tfctig ALL MAKES ft building Country on Club, ready .for. 2tp 3/2 378-1355
Building Fund Committee are
approximate
PHONE 964.7081DURRANCE
Equipment FOR RENT- Kbvsley Lake Lots ana 1/2
the operating old Alvarez the store Store located next doorto in 2 BR house, furnished yearly, acre and larger. Paved roads !*********00..*...........>..e e..e.e......ej) I

Bulllngton's Studio and Gift No pets. Phone 5332261. tr only =3- minutes from town. .
PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Shop.The $50.000 goal should be Santa Fe :Tractor, tfctig tfchg FACTORY HELP NEEDED I

met by December 1974. The Factory Authorized FORD LADY WILL work by day or

local funds will be used to secure PontIac ...Ie. Phone 9646716. lip FOR SAlE. Bedroom, 2 bath WE NOW HAVE diamond needles Owen Jollt of Florida' Inc. :

Federal matching: funds Sal..P.rt..S.rvlc.21D Pam Tractors: Implements brick home,, located Country tor any make or model bodied factory" h.',. !P6 needs dependable' able
'
for a $100,000 building fund. FOR RENT- and 3 bedroom Club Estates, Central beat and stereo player.Dahraer's DIscount Steady werk experience n.c..ory. J.
Profits from the sale of records N. MainGainesville USED EQUIPMENT: furnished trailers $75 per mo, air conditioning fully carpeted. House. tf/chg overtime fringe' benefits. .

depends on volume of Fla. SALES PART IERWICII> : and up In Lake Geneva Trailer Approximately 1-1/8 acre of
sales the Sanders told the Clv- 372-2583 Park. 2tchg 32BULLDOZER land. Call Bill I.Powell at 964- BRADFORD CLAY County- IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLYOWEN

itans. 44SS N. W. 6Ul 37B4S4S 6464, or 904-6810 after 8pjn. Brown's & Morris Plumbing AT I
Background and future of the SCRAPER Contractors. Repairs Re-
library building program was GAINESVILLE FLA OPERATORS NEEDED modellng-New Construction JOIST
discussed with the Clvltans. TRAINING now being offereden ) Phone 964-8131 or 284-9964. .
-
modern heavy equipment., 8tp 323NEWLY Lincoln .
Industry wages' exceed 16 per LEW'S City Rood Monday through Friday J

This FPii will spend hour In most areas.' Experience WELDING SHOP REMODELED Home 7:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. Jnnn
not necessary.: For immediate -
For Sain
year 3 Iwdroome. 2 all ..................... :
Code 305-565-6446 application: call or write Area WhtaMriM Pinto Motel new large baths, 14 x U livingroom ...................

large' den, new Mnit-.
Heavy Equipment Division,3020N. US SOl & Phonai In kitchen, cabinets. Large 125x
almost million dollarsa Federal Highway, Bldg. 2, 964.8232
a \ 200 lot with trees, high and nBBBn n ananBnnsBnsB BBBBBBlB
Suite 33304. Fort Lauderdale. dry Rd 100 East. 3 miles Paints
TRAILERS
Fla. 2to 8/2 UTILITY Very convenient terms. Call Carter
MONEY nJSTO" VILT 964-7701 8 to 5.Monday thru Mary

CASH for lit or 2nd OAS AND ELECTRIC Saturday Tfchg.:
day an new
Mortgages, call John Bnd181964IIUlO. WELDING BRAZING
8tchg 8/2 SHEET METAL 102 E. BROWNLEE

.TRAILER niTCHBS
FOR RENT-1-3 bedroom houseat Mr .,.
construction.Uhcaift 521 W..Pratt 1-2 bedroom INSTALLED Same Prices As JacksonvilleAdvertised

house at 525 W. Pratt, call owr
964-5853. Mrs. R. E. Mundorff. OMI ILL Prices

tctw01JN'1 :

afford rat tae : WE GIVE SERVICE-. get
MOBILE HOMES- 12 results! List your property for.
""mil 1 x 60 Mobile Home, 2 bedroom sale. with us. CaU today.-- PRIZES
Not if we're going to stay ahead of your growing furnished $3.995, delivered and BILL POWELL BROKERs 96V; ,R
FOR BENT 3 bedroom unfurnished
demand for electricity. That's why we'll setup, tchgHAMPTON 6464 or 9646810. tf/chg,
house. Mrs. D. L. 511-
invest some$1.1/2 billion over the next five a / GIVEN AWAY 2nd
MONDAYOF
years.To keep your electricity coming. LAKE LOTS cox, phone 9647797. Itp
Paved road 75 feet w.t.rfront. SALE ON MOTOROLA Quasar EACH MONTH
$1.000.00 downVLOOO.OOayearplus TV. Up to$100 discount.-Dah- FOR J NT- 2 bedroom houseIn .
)
r FPL z:;: Int. 6 T%. on. price: mers Discount House. 4tchg 964-8699.country' on t acre land. Ph. .Come. "la and register. today. No purchase necessary

take your choice. A. J. Thomas 3/9 lip

Starke, Fla.

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