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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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At the same time

Its natural gas prices -

Fair to the city power

1 Full Blame plant are being con-

: tested in court, the
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f Opening SetForArit5 mission Florida Co.Gas is Trans-offer

For City Bill ing the Starke city

council a new con-

tract.W. .

After Police Chief Ken Fuqua assumed -

:' full 'blame' for a controversial D. (Red) Smith, vice- Y
president in charge of sales
$651.90 bill for electrical work In the ct for Florida Gas Transmissions -

hall has met four times with
gas and police departments of city 22nd
The Annual Bradford County
.. City Clerk Merrill Edwardsand
the Starke City Council approved pay- Fair will open Wednesday. April 5, and Attorney George Pierce

ment in a special meeting Tuesday af- run for four days at the Bradford County attempting to sell the city: ; the
ternoon. new contract. Tuesday after-
Fairgrounds. noon he appeared before the

A probe was set Into the bill Chief Fuqua'then stated: "The city; council offering the new
and payment withheld two weeks 1971 Strawberry Queen Anne 4 pan. and 7 and 9 p.m. Wed- contract, which offers substan-
ago at the regular council meetIng (See Pope 4)) Terwlllegar, daugher of Mr. nesday, April) 5, opening day tial savings over the escalated
when Councilman Jimmy and Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar prices the city; has been
McRae> protested asking who of Starke, will officially open (S.. Page 4)) paying in the past year.

authorized the work done. The the fair by cutting a ribbonat The proposed contract was
bill was submitted by contractor DebateTeam the fair complex gates around taken under advisement by the
Bill Graudona, brother of 10 a.m. February 5. GarageOkayed council, delaying a decision.No .

city power plant superintendent As usual some 40,000 people other action was taken Tues-
George) Graudon. are expected to visit the day. Residential gas rates would

Neither Fuqua or George fairgrounds during the four day not be affected.
Acceptance of the contract
event from Wednesday through
Graudon at the
were present
would Starke from
remove litigation
'I Saturday April 5-8 according
meeting two week ago when
to Jack Hazen. 1972 Fair Association In which it is Involved
the bill was submitted to the '4
with seven other Florida cities
council and a special meeting WinsBradford 'N" president. Despite against Florida Gas: 1 ransmlaslons. -
vWe
was set up to Inquire Into Opening day will be high- according to City Clerk
the matter. Payment was held ..se..+ lighted by the annual Rural- Merrill Edwards.
up pending Investigation, although -- -. -. Urban Day program sponsoredby ProtestDespite
the council recognizedthe High School's the Starke Rotary Club. The "They want to settle for some
bill as legitimate and said Speech and Forenalco (Debate) program will Include a chicken reason" says the clerk. Ed-
It would be paid. That the work Club Invaded St. Johns River barbecue at noon, and the ap- objections by his wards thinks Florida Gas may
had been done was not In ques Junior College Saturday to com Come On Just It aa America of neighbors, William Ahrano of be taking action It thinks will
tion. pletely dominate the District H Try .' 1972 arranged through Mac Santa Fe Lake was given permission prevent its being placed under
"Someone on the council Speech Tourney, *" tnl *. _. Baldwin, local Chevrolet-Olds- by the Bradford County; .Jurisdiction it the Florida Public
should have1 been' Informed'on ..-The; BUS team,' coached by 'They reVIIHU, .-sV:ptlcal about the t tangerine an'd p.anut: butter f ;; fc fondue* +r com moblle dealer. Zoning Board Tuesday night to Service Commission But
this matter before the work Julie Fuller English Instructor bination, but Horn Economist Martha Sue McCain convinced cohorts Faye Marlowe Lau- pro'eed with construction of a he would also oppose that,feel-
America
wu done," McRae said Tuesday and Bobby Taylor to of her Miss lovely four-car garage on his proper- Ing a city's; action Is already
grabbed five ribbons In the try torn gormet delights at Tuesday's .special Interest rie Lee Schaefer, is a beautiful controlled by the people.
reiterating his protest. tournament including two first day and delightful young lady toY If It is confined to use as a
place troubles as well as second combined private garage and Under terms of the settlement
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The council has a standing endowed with lovely auburn hair
that any work over $23 third and fourth place Martha Su. !"FUN-DO or Everyone Cots In the ACTIon" booklet Is available and green eyes from Bexley, hobby workshop.A agreement the rate for a therm
must be approved by the councilman : ribbons.No at Hie ag. building. Some of the recipes or. Included In her Woman's Whirl Column In Ohio. Miss America will appear permit for construction of of natural gas, or 100,000 British
In charge of that department other school picked up this week's second section. at.the fair between 2 andTire the garage had been Issued by Thermal Units (BTU's)
prior to the bill being more than two ribbons In the the board on January 25 on the would be a base rate of 4.527
Incurred. Councilman Mc- district competition which included assumption that the garage was cents. The proposal is firm
Rae Is In to be used for until March 15, Smith told the )
charge of the. Police schools from Rival and private purposes.
council. It also includes a limited -
Department Alachua County as well as 13 Complaints were later received -
escalation clause, depen-
other counties.The from neighboring pro-
"The chief told me the work 5,790 perty; owners who saw construction dent on the price of crude oil.
would cost $120 for materials debate team of Joe Scan- That price would be good only t
and that the labor would, be Ian and Emily Williams took materials at the site, Including until October.
done by the city electrical department first place beating out a Voters \' a hydraulic lift, and assumed -
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," McRae said. Jacksonville team wntch included .. ':. that Ahrano plannedto The city's; present contract,
"" .. commercial which doesn't expire until 19801call.
a garageIn
last year's South Eastern )" open
George Graudon said the United States Debate Champion. ,'--- ,. .\ an area that Is zoned residential. for a base rate of 3..,
On List cents therm. But It also
city's, electrical crew was busyat per
,
the time in question; and could Jency Watson took first place .... ".. : Includes an escalation clause
not do the work. The police department In Women's Extemporaneous "' '''''''-' '.- On February 1 the Zoning under which Florida Gas has
was pushing to get Speaking with her speeches on 5,790 Bradford voters are Board wrote Ahrano informing charged the city: ; as high as
Its new teletype machine' Into whether: or not busing had been eligible to register their pre- him'that his permit was for a an additional 2.4 cents per
operation and some wiring was successful and tile USSR's role ference in Florida's upcoming. private garage, and that any therm, 80 per cent higher than
needed for that.Councilman In the Middle East. March 14 presidential prefer- commercial use would be in the base rate
after placing ence primary and special straw violation of the zoning code.
Thee three
,
Orlo Wiggins said It made the city's; go as higha
the crew has never done any first in district competion will ballot, according to Supervisorof ,. At the hearing Tuesday night 5.9 cents per therm. In 1970
Elections
the state finals in Neva Flynn. Ahrano denied that he to
wiring for the city. travel to "" plannedto the city; budgeted $92,000
Tampa March 10 and 11. A last minute surge saw 74 .1 I II do commercial work, and the purchase natural gas for its
'The council should have been second persons register on February I board agreed to let hi m pro- power plant; In 1971 fiscal year
consulted on this matter. We In Oral Oratory placed with :her 11 and 108 on February 12, final "' ." >' .. i ceed with the building if he the city; has budgeted $167,000,
like to know what is going on." day the books were open for ,. complied with the set-back regulations an Increase of $75,000.The .
speech on prayer, In school. the special election. Seventeen .' t. ... ,. ". ,., '. (at least 24 feet back
: '. .. l
Gay took third increases in
Greg. a place : : "" began early
from the road and
right-of-way
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............. ribbon In Oral Interpretationand persons District registered Court afteraFederal In south- 'd. '. ..',. .".; ., 10 feet from the fence line) 1970 but recently gas prices
Lee Hardenbrook placed The board advised that have begun to decline. The city;
Florida ruled Invalid Florida'ssixmonth
ap-
t OJIJr 1 iT ist Gsi r fourth In Men's Extemporaneous residency requirements propriate action would be taken now Is paying 4.82 cents per

speaking. for registration to vote. ... _..... .. ."f. ,i': : .J..' if he attempted to make) therm.
_, .. ,.. ",. .. .. "' .. To offset Increased costs of
Tho debate team of Mike any commercial use of theeal'8g8.
A total of 253 persons 18-21 gas for the power plant the
.Cissy and Bill Watson won two years of age have registered .__ city; last year added a 10 per
I. out of its three matches with In Bradford County; although The ppo. ng property; owners cent surcharge onto utility; bills,
Its only loss conning from the 19 have been moved out of that Blows Car with Cecil L. Smith as doubling the utility; tax. The
.y Jacksonville team which later catagory because they have now Flips spokesman were obviously not Increase is generating a little
I BHS's Joe Scanlan ,
lost out to
turned 21, Mrs. Flynn said pleased with the board's decision over $5,000 per month, or
and Emily Williams In the fi- and said they would be
Although books closed Feb- $60,000 per year. It would not
nals. ruary 12 for registration in the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parkins of Starke were rushed to the Bradford County; Hospital back again if circumstances Clerk Edwards points out, cover r
So complete was Bradford's March 14 primary election,they early Monday afternoon.after their car (above) spun out of control and flipped over warrant further action. the Increase if gas prices ,
WORLD DAY domination of the district tour- are open still for reglsteration on US-301 at Highland. In other action the board approved stay at five cents per therm
OF PRAYER ney, that Mrs. Fuller was offered for the general elections which Ralph Bryan's request 3r more. ('
the coaching position of begin in September. Parkins, 613 Westmoreland St., was admitted to the hospital while his wife was treated for a change In zoning from Edwards asked Smith to present -
the district team. Mrs. Fuller There are 5,512 Democrats and released. EA (exclusive agriculture) to the council with a rate
Friday, March 3 turned It down,however,citing, registered in the county.; They RIA residential) on property; proposal which would allow the
other responsibilities. still far outnumber the Repub- According to Trooper R. V. Myers of the Florida Highway Patrol, Parkins lost controlof lying on the south side of SR. city; to remove the 10 per cent
Prayer Service licans. The 36 persons regis- car when a "bad tire blew out." 16 East, by the Clay County; Increase Imposed on utility; '
tered under other parties or line. rates last year. Smith's proposal -
Starts 11:30 A.M. as Independents make up the Also approved was a change of 4.275 cents, however,
5,790 registrants from EA to BR (retail sales would allow only a five per
Followed By- Art FestivalSet While electors number 4,852 Jan. Land Sales Total $269,750 and service) on property owned cent decrease in present rates.
and black electors 938.
Lunch by Mrs. Dorothy Swanbom, Still, It would be a reductionIn
Covered Dish
March 34The In the 18-21 year old group located on US-301 mar the
205 registrants are Democratsand January land transactions totaled L. G. Powell to Mr. and Mrs. $4,500 from Emma G. Boree Thonl Service Station. utility; rates and Smith proposed -
that the council
FIRST UNITED 23 Republican, about the $269,750 to start off the William C. Powell for a par- to Starke Builders Supply fora acceptthe
to stamps cel of land on SR-230. Permission to advertise for contract he proposed and
seventh annual Azalea same ratio as older voters new year according parcel of land.
METHODIST CHURCH Festival show of the Palatka here. Of the younger group.registering affixed to deeds in the county; $3,000 from Mrs. V. S. Man- zoning reclassUIcations was reduce electric rates.
OF STARKEWith Art League, March 3 and 4, for the first time 202 clerk's office. us to Mr. and Mrs. KostarBudyof $6,000 from Mr. and Mrs given to LonnIe Rhoden and Nell Smith also suggested to city;
again will be a sidewalk eventon white and 32 are black. January sales were higher Walton, Florida for a par- Robert R. Clare to Mr. and Duncan, owners of Nell's Beau officials that smaller cities,
the Courthouse Square. are than the last two months. No- cel of land In Starke. Mrs. R. G. Moseley of Keystone ; on Highway 21 between such as Starke, would be bet-
Other Churches, Artists and craftsmen from Voters will have six placesto vember sales totaled $170,030and $15,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Heights for a lot In the Keystone Heights and Melrose, ter off to negotiate directly
all neighboring cities are Invited mark on their ballots on December totaled $111,100. Joe Noegel to LIT Champ Food Keystone Heights Club Estates. from RIA (residential)) to BR with Florida Gas Transmissions -
Participating i to participate according March 14. Democrats will have transaction In Jane Stores of Jacksonville for a (retail sales and service>. Co. on rates, than to have
to Grace Urguhart, show chairman a choice of nine candidates and Largest from Mr. parcel of land on US-301. $3,500 from Mr. and Mrs. them controlled by a government -
$53.000 T. J. Mann of Brooker
$ 600 from Mr. and Mrs. Luther G. Powell to Mr. and was
Cash will be award ;
Public Invited prizes Republicans three In the presidential d Maas Smith to Mr. agency.
ed. B. -I". Thomas to Alma T. Out- Mrs. Ralph P. Bryan and Mr. also given permission to advertise -
Accompanying the art exhibit preference primary.Two and Mrs. Jack E, Hazen and law, Clara T. Hazen. and EI- and Mrs. Bob L. Cooper of for recontnx of 25 acres The City of Tallahassee took
amendments to the Flor- and Mrs. Earl F. Jones Highway 18 east of Brooker Its objections to Florida Gas's
cr.p.1 will be a flea market. mr. loulse T. Dodd for a cartel Starke for a parcel of landon on
.Constitution up for approval for a chicken farm on Brown- of land US-301. SR-16. from EA to RIC (residential rate Increases to court and
The on
show will be both
m ri1 f Ojommunitufctatr open 'or rejection by the people 'me lee Road. $10,000 from Jessie M.Brannon $14,500 from Mary Porch to rewiring 20,000 square Starke and seven other cities
days from 10 ajn. until S p.m.; first Is a revision of Article Transactions totaling over to Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Virginia Bradley of Hampton foot lots.; became parties to.the same
Hank Exhibitors may obtain Information V of the Constitution which $1,000 were; Algiers for a parcel of land for a parcel of land on Bes- The board itself will advertise suit Florida Gas reached an
by calling Mrs. Urqu- would revise the state's court $4,000 from Truby Slade to on US-301. sent Road containing 2.79 a- for rezoning of two sections agreement Tallahassee and
"--.i. e..d UtI hart at 325-3358 after 8 pjn. system placing Jurisdiction at cres. according to Clerk Ed-
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Starlingof $17,000 from Louise C. Duckto of land on\ Sr-100 West Smith
....... T.D.-00.000 rt..p: or Lora S. Britt,' League president the county; and circuit court levels Graham for about eight a- Mr and Mrs Lester Wald- $6,000 from Mr. and Mrs across from tile Pine Level wards, Is now attempting to
at 328-1482 In Palatka and abolishing city; and er of Lawtey for 10 acres of
during the day (See poge 4)) cres.$7,000 from Mr. and Mrs. land. (S.. Peg. 5)) ((5.. P...,. 4)) (See Pdge 4))



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/ For Mi ss Taylor, Rush Party Meet For Mrs:Jordan

Qride-elect Given By BSP Wi th Mrs. Glover A t Bagwell Home I;
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Miss Vickie Taylor, bride- The Civil Defense Building, St. Edward's Altar Society; Mrs. Duane"JordaD was honored ,'&
elect of Richard Sapp, was hon- decorated mot Thursday evening, Feb. at a stork shower last \\
ored with a delightful bridal appropriately wa 24, In the home of Mrs. Wil given by Mrs. .
night
the scene of a lively "Roar Friday v
shower Friday evening given liam Clover with Mrs. Fran-
Ing 20V theme Rush Johnny Johnson and Mrs. Don >
by Mrs.' Fred Bennett, Mrs. for members Party cis Meng presiding.Mrs. Bagwell at the home of the ,
prospective new
Bill Green, Mrs. Pete Luke of Gamma Theta Chapter of Gladys Weldon repor- latter on Mabel Street. .
Mrs. Eugene Norman, Mrs. ted on the local cancer closet
Richard McCarthy and Mrs. y 'rV1Id Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. on and reminded members that
A and blue color
Saturday, Feb. 26. Husbands yellow \
Harvey McCarthy at the home Comfort Bags were due to be \
/ and dates Joined the fun even- scheme was carried out In the \
of the latter. delivered to the Lake City
decorations. The white I
ing with rushees and members. party .
The hostesses artificial Veterans Hospital during
wore f
After a buffet supper, en- linen covered refreshment ta- .
orchid and arrival March.
corsages upon ble centered l with a Teddy
Joyed by candlelight In the Beta was J
presented the honoree her Mr*. Michael CUhooly reported -
Sigma Phi' "'Speakeasy," the Bear encircled with camellias *
mother Mrs. M. E. Taylor, Judges awarded Mrs. C. W. on the bingo games being \
and Mrs. L. C. Sapp with arti- conducted In the Parish Hill
Slade and Harold Davis prizesas Thirty guests were Invited to
ficial orchid as keep on Saturday evenings.Mrs. ,
corsages
winners In the "Most Authentic attend and games with prizes
.
sakes. Henry Stefanelli and
The refreshment table was Costume" contest. Mrs Mrs. Robert Blakewood were were enjoyed.
Harold Davis the"Charles-
covered with a lace cloth and won appointed to the Nominating
Sweetheart/ GivenAt 8 ton" dance contest. The hostesses presented the
Banquet centered with a three tiered Committee and asked to present -
white cake decorated with pink Rushees were Introduced and a slate of officers at the honoree with a baby walker
presented with bud vases con- as a memento of the occasion.
Grace ChurchGrace
roses and with two next
Baptist topped large meeting. .
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# taining a single ,
yellow rose
white turtle doves accented by t, Members were urged to participate -
the sorority flower. New rush
smaller doves and \ In the World of
roses. Day
Baptist Church held The banquet room walls were ees are: Mrs. Clyde Ashton,
:
The .:
cake was flanked by two Prayer scheduled for March
a Sweetheart Banquet on Feb. Mrs. "Blsh" Bishop, Mrs.Robert
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decorated with hearts and cupids crystal punch bowls .3 at the Methodist Church..
on cryatalP8de.tals ,
with the theme Hearts and Flo- Bowen, Mrs. Roy ,
with Ivy entwined. The two surrounded l by MissTaylor's Bryant. Father James Cregan, pas-
wers carried out. Mrs. Martha Eckols,Mrs.Har-
long banquet tables were cow '
color theme of blue tor Invited parishioners to attend
Miss Darlene Stanch and Croon Mrs. Philip Nichols 'W\S\m II f ft
ered with white cloths and cen- and lavender variegated tinted ry the 30th Anniversary Cele- t
Steve Futch former queen and tered with arrangements of red Mrs. Don Pardon, Mrs. Kathy
bration of St. Edward's Par-
king crowned the new queen and white roses. The head table porn porn chrysantemums on a Seeley Miss Jane Smith, Miss. COUNTRY
background of iah. The Concelebrated Mass Is
and king Miss Lisa Sweat and fern. Centeringthe Patricia Underhill, and Mrs. t f ft
also held two white heart-
punch was a delicate blue scheduled for 6 p.m. on March ""ilLt'. ;'IndI
Leon The Odom m. Musical shaped cakes on either side heart float. Crystal dishes held John Watson. 2 with dinner to follow in the LwNr 1'#.. :,..oIdn/l1'/ "i k
program was of the centerpiece. Dancing music remlnesc- Parish
Mysteries with Mrs. James E. pastel mints and nuts. Hall. t t
Norman as Mistress of cere- Pictures were taken and party ent of the "Roaring 20V and- Mrs. William Glover, chair- LUNCH .---..,
Games were enjoyed with games were enjoyed l by all with popular music was enjoyed following man, outlined plans for the LIVERII GIZZARDS---..0OINNER.
monies. Rev. Leon Odom Jr.
the devotional and Mrs. prizes won by Karen Grlffls prizes being awarded to Mrs. Pamel Joyce Perry Becomes Bride; the supper and other anniversary dinner and asked l t -----1 I nlUaaO t
gave
and Dick Jones The pctlvlUea. --------1 fOI
Joe program Roy demons Mr.Dbcon,Mrs.J. for volunteers In furnishing food
Faulk and Mrs. Benton ;
Futch were In charge of the of Musical popular Mysteries songs taken consisted from gins.. W. Lee and Mrs. Joe Wig Of Mr. Moore In 1st Baptist; ChurchMiss Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chambers and Mrs.assistance John O'Malley In serving.and Mrs. t t tt

food and serving. long ago through today and act- Mrs. Richard McCarthy kepta and family spent last Sunday Thomas Kelly of Gainesville WlShbtjne'rJUII.( ...,
ed out by couples. Taking part record of Miss Pamela Joyce Perry residing In Lawtey. to Thursday with Mrs. Floyd addressed members 71,t '...'. '.M d'6-htn' 'MNs A
Taylor's regardingthe .
gifts. .
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The bride Is at the and Mrs. Ena Chambers t .ll.r
Moose Lodge were Steve Futch Karen Grif- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clo- employed Fowler Right To Life Committee.Mrs. "" ,
Mrs. Fred Bennett recorded the Florida State Division of Corrections In Pendleton, S. C. and
fls, Ralph Yagrf Eve Futch
din Perry of Starke, and Michael Robert Blakewood Invited .JOHNNIE B. THOMPSON
bridal while Mrs. Glenn
Plans Dance Leon Odom notes at Ralford. Mr. Mwre attended the funeral of Mr.Chambers' '
Teena
Hammond
D. Moore, of Mr. and
son members
to her home for
Norman fashioned two large L AUTHORIZED FMNCNISED OEKLEU J
Bresee Lisa Lee is employed at Owen-Joist. grandfather, FloydFowler .
Billy Mike Mrs. W. F. Moore of Lawtey, the April 5 meeting.
Moose Lodge 2035 will holda Odom, and Robyn Corbln. bridal cascades with the many were united In marriage on on Monday. --:--
gift ribbons and bows.
dance on March 4 from 8
19 at 8 In the
February pun.
The hostesses the
till 2 at the Starke Golf and presented Church with
honoree with an attractive cordless First Baptist
Country Club. Music will be Woman's Club
Rev. W. A. Hogan performing
furnished battery wall clock as a
by the Glazey Ramblers
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Meets March 8 memento of the occasion.Out the double-ring ceremony.
Members and guests are i I I FRl gh SAL
THURS.,
welcome. of town guests included SALE DAYS:
Thee, will be a class for new Members of 'the' Executive Mrs. M. E. Taylor of Taylor, two Decorating pedestal the baskets altar of white were
members for the Lodge at the Fla. Mrs. Joe Wiggins Mrs.
Board will be hostesses at the gladioli, mums and pompoms
Country Club on Tuesday, Jewel Mrs. Virginia Lin-
Rual1
Starke Woman's Club luncheon-
against a background of tree
March 7, at 8 Lake Shore ,
p.m. say all of Jacksonville and
March 8
meeting Wednesday, candelabra and branched can-
Lodge from Orange Park will at 12:15: p. m. at the club house. Mrs. W. E. Sapp Mrs R. A. delabra with burning tapers,
install new members. Annual reports will be given. Stuebe Mrs. Doris Johnson, and greenery panels.
of Gainesville. Paul Faulkner, organist, and
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Mrs. Sylvia Reddish soloist
provided a program of nuptial.


..t.tt music.Tex Patrick served as beat'I I I BT 1 1I .

man, and ushers were Mike Speci'al.i
Patrick and Steve Rosier. v
WE CUT Mrs. Sherry Norman atten-
ded as matron of honor and

t >DOWN THEBJ 7i' !?s j j.L.n t were were Marie dressed bridal Blom and attendants.alike Marilyn in gowns They Hart :

of pink crepe with burgundy $ .97 ::':"

f WRONG S velvet headpieces.vests They with carried matching cascade I !

bouquets of pink carnations
TREE ? ,J F k! and rose pink asters.

'A Sit I The bride given in marriageby $ r \ .

t t tt her father wore a satapeau ,
gown worn I/Ol.ed/ over layers of x
starched net and bottled taffeta.
Mistakes The empire bodice was enhanced -
1 l by Chanttlly lace. The :t i
h ful bishop sleeves had wide lace Repeat of a .I".'
t wm t tt appliques and rows of seeded ,
Na apvm'roe.'' jd pearls that were repeated on the Sell-out '
bodice. The A-line skirt of organza ll : '

featured floral sprays ;,,
Happen! b3 yr of lace and rows of seeded
t pearls. She wore a voluminous
t, '.. mantilla of Illusion edged with Ladies Pant
bands of lace. She carried a

But Don't Make The Mistake or '" Long To cascade bouquet and of pompoms white chrysanthemums with-

Begin Saving For Retirement Income. Often Our Young t California foliage.A : i\ Suit, Sale

Years Are Our Best Earning Years. A Good Rule Is To reception was held In the
church Fellowship Hall where y
Mrs. J. E.Hardy greeted guestsat i Bonded or Ions acetates and other fabrics
the door.Joy Johns kept the j 9 In a large variety of styles. Fresh spring
I SAVE 10% Of Every Paycheck I IFIRST bride's book. f colors in charming prints and solids..

Placed at joints/ of Interest i Misses sizes 1018.
were baskets of white gladioli,
IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT pompoms/ and mums. The \
bride's table was centered by : __
t a tiered wedding cake encircled I.r .-

Emergencies. And Security Will Then Take with This white was flanked pompoms by and two fern.candelabras -

Care Of Themselves decorated with pink
asters and pompoms.The punchbowl
was encircled with white '
t t pompoms and greenery. Lillian
Johns of Starke and Gayle Mc- Salem ,
Kay of S lma, Ala. cut the cake. "

Savings Deposited In First Barbara Casey and Tina Patterson !
,
presided at the punch iI

Federal Earn From 5-6% bowl.Following a wedding trip
touring Florida the couple .is $

Per Annum 3

I With Earnings Companded Quarterly Brown Triplets ,, REG.LOW PRICE 5.88

Have SecondBirthday m
Passbook And Certificate Savings
/
Party

In By The 10th Earn From Theist ,
I t Triplets Jason Jennifer and PreEaster: Selection of

.We Pay State Intangible Tax On Savings Invested Here. when birthday their Saturday after- NEW ALL Occcasion
noon parents Mr.
and M.... Marvin Brown, gavea FASHION SHOES .
t t party for them and 14 little (

Of, ....... friends.
MM Ifcra Tltw*. 1..".. M 1,... The large birthday cake,centering Spring colors & styles in"'man/
-tm.rn.tm StM,... the refreshment table ARE JUST A heel heights. Crinkle &
d..1 t.g1.TMr was topped with three clowns i7 patent.
with the children's names on FEW OF MANY STYLES.HEELS others in white, bone,. blue.. red
FEDERAL J them. AND SILHOUETTES & beige.
The youngsters received balloons
Savings and Loan Association o\\ Stark and beach balls a favors. _
Assisting In serving was Mrs.
a_.. hn..w Plen Cnaim, the children's aunt.
LiPMOHi M.SOM t The triplets also celebrated
Tfce How 01 SU" ll I" itS W. MADISON H, their birthdayon Sunday at a QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES
family birthday dlmer at the
home of their grandparents,Mr.
and Mrs. Julian E. McRae.
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Bal win ChcvmIctOkIs

r Right To Life'Is

DiscussedAt

I Meeting Here '

Mrs. John O'Malley chairman -
and Mrs. Thomas Kelly
secretary-treasurer of the Ala
chua County; Right To Lite
Committee addressed the St.
Edward's Altar Society; members -
at their meeting Thursday -
evening, F.b. 2*.
w Mrs. O'Malley stated that the
Right To Life Committee is dedicated -
to the preservation of
human life In all Its forms.
She said this Committee is opposed Lawrence
to abortion because life Mosley
T : begins at conception and abor-
a tion is the taking of human
life. Furthermore Mrs.O'Mal-, SAYS
: ley stated legalized abortion
would lead to Infanticide and
/
euthanasia.Mrs. .
Kelly pointed out that
the fetus has all the properties Get "*2r r
of a human atilt whether one ReadyFor I
1 day, 'one month'three months,
)ft or nine month of.age. Mrs
Kelly who previously workedas
a nurse In a state with lib-
eral abortion laws, told of the Summer
severe psychological effects
of abortion encountered In this '
area '
Mrs. O'Malley urged all per- Vacation ,
'T' !
t sons who respect human life
to write to their legislators expressing -
their opposition to abortion -
and to alert others to
the dangers of having liberalized Service Manager
abortion laws enacted.


Y9s J Mr.' and Mrs. Leon Conner DURING THE MONTH OF MAMCH

Well It's Not Bad spent the weekend with Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Conner In Orlando -
and attended Con-
Doyle
Beverly CroweU, who claims that 'she hates house work and very seldom ever does
ner Day at the State Fair
any, has been named as Bradford High's Betty Crocker: Homemaker of Tomorrow for Saturday. on ,p. DISCOUNT ON ALL

1972.Beverly was chosen on the'basis of her score In a written knowledge and attitude Stacey McLendon of Islamo- tt
examination taken by senior girls on Dec. 7 and Is now eligible for state and national rada Is
spending several weeks
honors ( CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBilE
; with her grandparents Mr. and ;
The State Homemaker of Tomorrow, which will be determined by the Dec. 7 test Mrs. R. P. McLendon.Mr. j A
will be awarded a $1,500 college scholarship. Her school will receive a complete set
of Encylojpaedia, Brltarmlca and the second SHOCK ABSORBERS
I ranked girl In the state a $500 scholarship and Mrs. Russell Hunt

of Sacramento, Calif were last
II Wednesday, visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour attended Mrs. Joseph T. Reese the
the hair-styling; show former Janelle Pollard, daugh- Mrs Carl Mathews
at the Hilton Hotel Sunday. ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. "Check Your Shocks !f fv
Pollard of Ocala former Starke Mrs M. E. Griner Sr. and Today
Y son, Martin Griner. of Lake
Inducted Into
residents, was
Herbert Riley Hlldreth. Jr.. Butler
were last Wednesday
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Phi Theta Kappa National Honorary
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
lIew'RivalsMr. Society for Junior Col-
Riley HUdreth of Starke has ;
J. H. Moncrief.
She has had two
been accepted for admission leges. years
to Florida Presbyterian College of college at Pensacola Junior Those from Starke spending
and Mrs. Robert Patrick In the fall of 1972. College School of Dental Hygiene the weekend at the Heart Of
of Lawtey announce: the birth HUdreth is a student at Balboa In Pensacola and received Jacksonville Motel and attending -
of a son Robert;Wayne, on High School In Balboa, Canal an academic scholarship, the Shriners Potentate Ball
Feb. 22 In Alachua General Zone. for 5 out of 6 semesters while at tho Civic Auditorium Satur-
Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. attending. She was treasurerof day night were; Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs.C.R.Scogglns,Starke, Mrs. M. C. Mcinnis and the sophomore class and Charles Dlnklns. Mr. and Mrs. Complete Under CoatingYourself 5
American dental Hyglen-
Junior
and M.A. Baldwin Jr.,Mr.and Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. William daughter of Tallahassee will 1st Association of Pensacola.She 9.9 : .
G. S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. with her
Patrick. Lawtey. spend next week parents -
will graduate with an A. S. Bateman Mr. and Mrs.Lon- .
F. ,
Mr. and Mrs.J.C.Hobbs. For
: 29 and will receive.a ,"our-Car
Mr. and'Mrs..'Richard Leon on April nIe Rnoden Mr. and Mrs. F, ._.". .,- .,
band for her and A
nard Crane, Starke, a son, RIchard -;& Mr. and Mrs Raymond Mose-.,l dental purple hygiene 'pin on cap April H. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. A;, .
Stephen;! born Feb,'27.'.gIn jay ;jot Alicia Ark. were last 30. I F. Garner Mr. and Mrs. P.
Bradford County; Hospital Tuesday visitors of Mrs. J. D. Fancher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr.
Roy Brantley and Mrs
H. Moseley.Mr. .
Mrs. Nelson Green and Miss
Tom Crawford all of Starke;
DUPLICATE BRIDGE and M.... Don P. Jones Beth Wimberly have returned and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nolan ..1 I
WINNERS and daughter of Batavia HI. after two months at Eagle Lakeat Graham.'Joining the group
tile H. C. Wimberly home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ma-
were last Wednesday visitors were
Mrs. Rhea Johnson and Mrs thews of Macon Ga. On Sun- INTE RNA TIONAL HARVESTER
Hilda Dey were the winning of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scogglns. : Mrs. Irene Johns of Green day Miss Sarah Barefoot gavea
couple at Duplicate Bridge Cove Springs and Mrs. Bill brunch for the group It her
Tuesday night. Curtis Sanders Beck of Hendersonvllle. N. C. home In Ortega. Also attend- 4
and T. A. Sundem were sec Otto Olson of Phoenix. Ariz. were last Wednesday luncehon ing was her father/"P.M. Bare-
one!. and Mrs. J. D. Odom Is making an Indefinite visit guests of Mrs. L. D. Green foot, and special guests were "
and Mrs. George Miller wen with his brother and sister- and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt; Potentate and Mrs. John Jelen- A
"Cut Deal '
third. in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Titus of- 1k and Morocco Temple photo- ;
son Local admittances to Brad- grapher Arthur Weeks of Jack-
ford County; Hospital this week
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner Mr. and Mrs. S.'A. Weldon Include: Lonzo 1.. Crawford, sonville.
and family and eon Brant and .
tamllyofMacclennyandMr.and Johnny MamIng, Raymond Parking -
A. J. Thomas Sr. returned
Turner of Valdosta State College -
Mrs. Earl Edenfield of William Wente. Mrs.Vir-
last Thursday after two weeksin
spent Sunday and Monday Jacksonville will be
Sunday ginia Powell, Teresa Durden, the Alachua General Hospital
at Disney World. guests of Mrs Gladys Weldon. Richard L. Lee Mrs. Ruth
for observation and treatment -
'UU"Uhh.. ........ Reynolds and Roy Adklns. all
of Starke; Lacy Brown, Law- l

tey; Mrs. Linda Tomllnson Mrs Ruby Johns is a medical
William T. Kersey and Leonard patient In Alacbua General
Massey,Lake Butler;Dan Hospital.SP4
U t U tl% .t iel Stinson and Mrs. Alice Har-

pootian. Keystone Heights;Mrs. Wayne Groves is home
Nadine Roundtree Hawthorne. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "

Edward Groves for 30 days >> SAVINGS NOW ON INTERNATIONAL
'' and
Mrs. Barbara Fink daugh
'' OUR 100TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR leave after completing 11 months Ir4
r, ter. Lisa, of New Orleans are
duty In Vietnam. He will
; go
visiting Mrs. Fink's mother to Fort Hood, Texas on March D POWER I.AWN CUTTING EQUIPMENT .1.110X
STEP INTO Mrs. Ella Moody this week. 30 for further duty.; .

Mr*. John W. Griffin of Och- Mr. and Mrs George W. 10X 10XD'ucmml
lochnee, Ga. is visiting her Brown spent the weekend with DiaraoU l -+...--- _
wfiHaSPRING *i. sister Miss Lillian Stump for Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stoner in Durum

r. ; several days. Ocala.
\ I
Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Stieg- Mrs. E.M. Davis,Mrs. Myr-
ler of Wilmington Dela. were tle Anderson and Mrs. Olive
:. weekend visitors of her sister Gregory visited Mrs. Davis' r
COT IS4
:o::: brother, Claude Anderson. In LO.u l
Mrs. T. T. Long, while
n enroute to Hillsborough Beach. Donovan's Convalescent Homein IS.NT Wtota CMW,...."
: Jacksonville Sunday. ...Tin fig!.>i.wr f-!
..-* ... si fc* _J
...
HMs. %sWnNH rsWIsls.
@ Mrs. H.A.Lawson spent Wed- ... ...H M..ton*WW The Chen..
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- nsVOsVf WPMpMQ IHWsvHBj '
$M nesday to Saturday with Mr. I. Tie There- Wl *. X31 ,...-. lait ItHi Unm,.--,.
4n MIWM.
zell of Fern Park visited her --
.
and Mrs. Charles Lawson in .
r"r"r .
Charm Course MWOTT'Of W fc/The CVf taint
: ....
Tallahassee and visited her father. F. E. BolUnger, and ( -I. ..,..... 1.ltTI..Ullllc.I.
brother C. H. Register, who Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger iiNOW ON SIIOW"

r LEARN THE BEAUTY SCRETS OF A MODEL IiI was in the hospital., on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. James Starlingand One Of The Finest Selections Of CUB Cadet. Lo-Boy. a
REGISTER NOW ;] Mr. and Mrs. Eldon SaPP; James and Jana
children. ; And To
#' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns CUB. AU New Cadet 75 Mowers Be Found
Carl Armstrong and Mrs Inez
FOR SPRING CLASSES 1j Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph' Sapp Kelly spent Sunday with Rev,, In North Florida.PHESEASON.
Mr. and Mrs. Ge..ldNonnan, and Mrs Alton Debts In Jack-
:r AT :v* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allan Sapp sonville and celebrated Jana's
:::: and Mr. and Mrs Tulle Nor-
Loudon's Beauty Shop''? man and families were last 11th birthday.Mr. t

111i Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith of .
s and Mrs. B. J. Eggers in Jacksonville visited Mr and Mrs.
Wlillston %
117 S. THOMPSON STREET '
f on Mr. Eggers' birth Marc Jackson and family over 10 :'".". -

Monday:,,. March 6th 't 1f day.Mr. little the weekend Priscilla and celebrated Jackson's alNt
and Mrs. Crosby Daw-
at family din
second birthday a
2:30: TO 5:30: P.M. N.. kins of Jacksonville were Sun- Derl8rfiY. Introducrn"Remember'
DISCOUNT -
;;; day dinner guests of Mr. and
SUGAR 'N SPICE AGES 5-9 #!< Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. Frank Weaver of WU- r.

TWENDY AGES 10.12 :r?il: ''Mr. and Mrs. George Mor- listen of was Mr. the and weekend Mri. W.visitor T.- OUR NEW BAB
rison and Mr. and Mrs Ralph
WENDY WARD AGES 13-19 f, Morrison of Leesburg. and Mr. lackson. The AI! H.w1172CADET
.
ADULT BEAUTY FORUM 51 and Mrs. Rupert Morrison of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-
d1 Wildwood and families were dale were In Marianna, and 75
Sunday guests of Mrs. Henry Eufaula, Ala. last Tuesday to I
Sponsored By Morrison on George Morrison's Thursday on business and also Its D7Wa7 .. .
aw.1nI. lik
MONTGOMERY WARD birthday visited their son-in-law and agrst
daughter Mr. and Mrs.James J
Store Mr. and Mn. Bobby Craw- O'Brlan in Fort Walton Beach. w now rase aeon
Gateway ford and children of Providence You Cot; It. STARKE FLORIDA
spent Sunday with her __Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Win ,
,JUNE MAXIM, DIRECTORy mother, M.... Betty; Craw

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Science Fair Fair April Opens 5 ROSE SALEBud 1


(From Pag 1)) Ami Bloom

Pleases OF Judsres Exhibits ofllvesfockandotherllrlcu1tura1

and home productsand DR. HUEY ROOTSTOCK
crafts are expected to be
bigger this year accord '. CALIF.
Senior Jimmy' Andrews hu Fair capturing 11 of the 15 and Microbiology Division and President Hazon.'.
been named the overall winner first place ribbons. All of the was named second overall win- sedation Board of.Directors 111111 GROWN.NOW.
of the Bradford High School 18 Bradford students that advanced ner for his analysis of tetra- (i ) has planned for months on expanding -
Science Fair for hU projecton to the regional competition cycllne in foetal: tooth pigments. : the livestock exhibition. : --,
how DDT affect tile back- won ribbons for their Senior Lee Hardenbrook was A small, selected group.
bone of mice. projects. named third overall winner and of hogs will form a swine ex-
captured first place In the chemistry the fair for
from
Nearly 400 projects made th18year'l Senior Mike White captured hibit; absent
science fair the biggest second place In the Medicine and physics division with several years. Entry of range $257
Into the growth
his investigation cattle and horses by adults
yet and, according to sponsor potential and clumping of cere- will also be a feature this
Bob McKlchan of the bellus (brain) cells after exposition :year, but these animals will ,
best yet.
Chief Accepts to Hyalaronldose. not be Judged.
"Overall we were very well Lee's brother. Murk, took annual Strawberry Queen
pleased with the quality" of the third place honors in medicine: Beauty The Pageant will be held on Time To Plant Grass
projects! entered he said. Blame behind Andrews and White.In Saturday, final day of the Wir.
the University
from
Judges the Zoology Division Greg at 8 pjn. at the fair grounds.It .
of Florida with the were caliber very impressed of- (t From:= Peg 1)) Gay captured first place with Is sponsored Jointly this year Seed And Spring Veg.
the effects
investigation Into the Starke Junior Woman'sClub
by
projects! as well. work has been done, and the
of estrone body weight and Starke
I on : and the Jayceeg.
can't be taken out.
has wiring
"One professor suggested
heart and bone browth. Lawson
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
that one student publish his probably made a mistake on ARGENTINE BAHIA
second
the Lane Powell captured krt are co-chairmen of the event.In .
( hor- this thing and I'll take
findings on how estrone a division WJ /
place in the zoology a new ruling all girls
"
more) affects the body and has blame. with Ms study Into the effectof vying for the honor of representing SEED LI. ...97PENOLA
offered his assistance. Other McRae said he still thought hexachlorophene on mice, J Bradford County; as the
professors have promised to the city could have saved about while his sister Linda took backseat tr ; ;: 1972 Strawberry Queen must
r 1 ? ,
help the winners prepare their $400 If the work had beenhandled with a third place ribbonin vr7"A come from Bradford County.; BAHIA
projects for the regional com- differently. It was pointedout the division. The talent portion of the contest -
petition." the council had not questioned Steve Futch captured first has also been eliminatedin SEED LB.-- A9
Last year BUS completely the honesty of any of place honors In the botany di- another change from the
dominated the Rlglonal Science the persons involved.If vision with his work on oxygen previous format.,
the council had been ap- consumption in metabolismof Pete Briggs Fun Zones will Now In Stock Peas, Beans, Sweet Corn, Field
proached on the question It vascular plants. again be the midway opera-
!
5,790 RegisteredFrom would undoubtedly have approved Gray Flynn took second placein tors with several new rides and Corn, Limos,.Dutterbeans; New Crop Good
the request and then
attractions for the 1972 Fair. Selection
the division with his study
( Page I 1)) moved the bill be paid, said into the effects of gibberelllc -- For the first time the Ro-
Councilman Noegel. His motion -
while Donna tary Club will charge for the LIMITED SUPPLY

ju The: otherthprop osed amend courts. onded to by pay Councilman the bill was Vernon sec- acid Nelson on pea captured plants, third place The mad scientist at work? No, It's Lee Harden. chicken Day ceremonies dinner at, according Fural-Urgan to i 's; OZ. PKG.'

ment Is to Article: VH of the Silcox and passed without dis honors. brook working on his award winning science project. Rev. DeWitt Farabee chair-
Richard Kirkland took second
state Constitution. It would sent. of the R-U! .
Day '
man program.A.
permit the state to Issue revenue The project was one that grew place in the chemistry and physics Liz Scott of the middle school All of the first and second nominal charge of 50 cents ) 4.5.MANURE
bonds to establish a as It went along. The police) division with electrophore- took first place In the Junior place award winners will advance will be made and a ticket will
fund to make loans to students. department started out to create tic study of egg albumin. Bandy chemistry and physics division to the regional fair to be required. It will push the
Although It will moan nothing a room for Its new teletype Simmons took third place In with a project on desallnlza- be held later this month, along price of the R!-U program and COW
except an Indication of how the machine operation. Panelingwas the division with a water drop tion. Randy Martin captured with the outstanding. third place barbecue to $1 counting the
people of Florida feel about the purchased and labor donated generator. second place with his work on winners. 50 cents admission to the fair
presently "hot" school busing to partition off what had In the Junior division of the decomposing; water by electrolysis grounds. {f
Issues, the of the depart fair, open to middle school while .Qtal eat I WEED FREE
and school prayer been part gas students the another middle Gas Contract. Funds from the barbecue will ,
and ninth ,
grade
balloting on these Issues ment. school student, Anita Green, .
straw charitable Institutions
go to community;
Is expected to lend as much Interest Then approval was received BMS made a strong showing took third place in the divi. ,. Rev. Farabee says. The Originaldntlpd r 40" ,Ib. 1.77 I
capturing six ribbons Including : ..
to the special election. from Councilman Wiggins by sion. get the other seven cities to This year the funds will be : Grat S dANNUALS
anything\ else. Voters will havea Gas Supt. Bob Patterson to one blue ribbon.Garage In the ,Junior botany division agree to the same contract. given to l local: boy scout groups AND t
chance to mark a yes or no also panel his then smaller Debbie Mitchell swept first The contract proposed to the for repair of the scout's con- y ti +
answer to the following questions office. The office of Mayor"wi place honors with her workon City; of Starke Is the same crete block: building on the Pratt
: JT\J.\ -t ,.,-! r'''M"' Chief OK the effects of artificial light one Tallahassee accepted, the Street playground which was VEGETABLE PLANTS 1,1)
-Do you favor an amendment i'uqua has aiao been rttpanel- : on plants. clerk says. constructed with funds from f'I\,\ ),
fn the U.S. Conetltaiteat ed.In (From Page 1)) BMS student Raymond Whit- At the same time the seven the Rotary Club. \ \ !
would prohibit forced ng Installing. .the.. teletype; ma-. tie took second place in,the cities are Involved in other lit- Fair memberships entitlingthe TRAY --.47 \ 'fI
and giustudent ,. 1tJSt! Church, from Or? (open division with the effects n' vc Igatio.i, mentioned above. They bearer to admission all four
tu ". 1.I 41V' elect luial)to RIC (residential). The and hate on bean plants, while are represented by Attorney days can be at the
public SChOOl IK.M' !(!'' L t -Do you f1 "'t. u. an :2-volt:!*) !I''** coming: into the 23 and 24, Township 5 Randy Chltty captured first C. The cities have combined in Starke at $2 per member Save Now
equal OPJA Uu'l'' 'p tin iron tve poet ,South Range 21 E extending place in the zoology division through the Fuels Com- ship. Reduced price ar isement
education To*' ,oil regardless ., ty ..iuL. That from Bayless Highway two with his testing the memoryof mittee of the Florida Municipal ride tickets for children will
of race, creed, color was what made the electrical miles east toward Starke along mice through punishment. Utilities Association''' to fight be sold at local schools and at
or place of residence and oppose work more expensive. Several SR-100. Donnie Neel took second placein the rate increases by Florida the Chamber office prior to
a return to e lual sys,">m overhead lights was also relocated The board again heard a request the division with the effects Gas. the opening of the fair. '
of public schools.Do In lowering the ceilIngs by Joe Kerrigan that his of bourbon on tame rabbits,
you favor amendment, In the new teletype; room, sister-in-law be permitted to while Donna Nelson took third it
to the U.S. Constitution to allow and several additional plugs locate a mobile home adjacentto place.In .
prayer In the public schools and' circuits were Installed in MS property on Silver Lake. the Junior health, medicine GAINESVILLE
The Florida Legislature had .the police department where He said that neighbors have no and microbiology division,
'
] to quiz the state's vo- the wiring had always been less. objection to the proposal,,and Debra.Manning took first place :
Intended the busing and prayer than efficient.: + 11, 'that the section where he lives honors! twlth\ her reseibfcti! i t ; < W" .,
lcd
qulsttdk(;'The third eqdU( education :- What began as aJ$>20Q-300pTO() : *. should be rezoned to permit ; the effects of No-Dot on .' Business Directory: ;
'" for all children was Ject grew Into a 91,000-plus mobile homes. Susan Faulkner took second
placed on the ballot at behest Job. It will be paid from the The board agreed to visit the place honors with the effects
Cov.Reubln Askew who refusedto contingency funds of the gas area and review conditions a- of thermo lIuUon on fish and CALADIUM GLAD!LOUS
approve the measure! without and police departments, half round Sliver Lake before making Jennifer Jockel nailed third AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES'
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'1'' James P. McNeal to Santa Ignition School

,,rs,4\! ,: ;I P Mn. ilwaa Gresor7 of HaUmark and Samuel Hallmark ,", ,
.I'.I'I., GaJoesvWe a nlltor east for a parcel of land in Brook
'f" j'' W"Jek" 78 out of 82 local dealers
.. 4lv .t. Andosow .laar, Mrs. er.
tie and mechanic awarded
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$5,700 from A. L. Pearce,
jt diplomas at the of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, completion r
.:;. Miss Meloy .CutUno and Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Jones .an Ignition school at the Brad-
,i i ;., Debra Byrd ot Tift College and R. P. Jones to Mr.. and ford-Union Vo-Tech center. d',
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/ Mel mother'. Mrs.l.. Whltehouse, Fla for a parcelof ? n Devrlck Inc. of Starke and las .. "
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\ Y' ted three
,(.' \ dred CutUno.* land In Sec. 13522., Z2-Z*, nights, February
$12 800 from Mr. and Mrs.
1! Mpr.K. E..I>>Pson and fiancee. W. Gerald Tucker to Mr. and Instructor was Perry Cay of
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Jana Coulter l y 1 American Parts ar.d Foweready
of Jackson- Mrs. John A. Torode of Starke
'. villa had dinner( at the Kapok for a parcel of land. Ignition The school has won a
j! Tree Restaurant In ClearwaterL $7,000 from Mr. and Mrs. national award as the finest 1' ,
L: recently. Norman E, Sanders to Mr. and school on Ignition.Juniors .

; and Mrl Richard Mrs. George KehierofS1ar1le [isT:;;! -an! ,iswrT'**> *t *i ,
Hobbs \
.sXu for a parcel of land '
containing '
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,: of Fort Koox ii. 4
are vie six acres JayceesTo
Mkt s h A
: their parents, ,
$5,000 from Ella Mae Perrs .
and :Vrs. W.,C. Dixon and Mr. toBetty, Am Edwards of Stark r.A -, Sponsor 1972 \
and Mrs. J. C..Hobbs, for a for a parcel of land In Sec. I
n. month GalnelV1Ue before moving to 0-7-22. Berry PageantThe WALTER ILVAREZ
where Richard
will $53.000 from Mr. and Mrs.
enter the I
I UniversltyofFlorlda., Hogan Smith to Mr. and Mrs.
V Capt Hobbs was discharged 011 Jack E. Hazen and Mr. and Blanding Gains 2 DeerOne Junior' man'* 1110. OLD TRRRS:
February 28
ot after three years Mrs. Earl F. Jones for a par Club of Starke and the .. OKOW IN THE WESTIt

senvlcelA L cel of land on SR-lo. night of captivity was enough for this doe, one of two Starke Jaycees will sponsorthe 1" .... O has been verified that some
$2.900 from Bessie Wood to released Thursday In the Blending area by :Wildlife Officer: Bradford County, Straw- dlifornln Rrdwood tree an
JUDGE YAWN TO APPEAR K. 1..,Morpn of Long Island, A. W. Gaylord. above. berry Pageant set for 8 p.m. FOR SPRING'S FREE SPIRITS-Designer Anne FoRarty more than 2.00O,. years old. Just
; ON CHANNEL 5 PANEL N. Y. for a >parcel> of land Trapped west of Tallahassee by game officials, the two April 8 at the 1972 County chooses tie-dyed cotton knit as the happy medium for think some of these) trees were
County Judge T. A. Yawn containing 1/2 acre. doe replaced two Illegally shot In Blandlng. They were caught Fair. depicting fashion as an art form. The closely shirred alive before the birth of Christ
j//will? appear on. Channel 5 TV $10,000 from Mr. and Mrs on private .property, in an .area about to become overstocked This year contestants must Empire blue and bodice white.tops a tree-swirling skirt in muted shadesof Isn't it amazing that a tree
?(Gainesville)'as a member of William Hogan WthSnnith Mr. with deer, ( load said. reside In Bradford Countyand could: survive over such a long
s Ka, panel to discuss Article 5 and Mrs. of be between the ages of 10 period of time? A mature tree
". (proposed Judicial reform a- Starke for a parcel of land on Set and 21. TIME: FOR REFORlAnal,11 \( is usually more !than 300 years
,mendment) to be on the March SR-229. Sophomores Entrants will be Judged on of lie old.
.i.; 14 referendum ballot. The pro- $10,150 from Mr. and Mrs. natural beauty only. This President's l Inulget; for(l8'aI1973 shows These Redwood trees wereonce .
"gram Is scheduled from 7:30 L. Klrchalne to Mr. and Mrs. Car Wash, Bake SaleA shall be Interpreted to Include that there will he an expected deficit of 838.8 billion this ''very numerous! but now
to 8:30: pm.Soph. F. A. Ackerman of Putnam figure, hair, face, personalityand year and 2.1.5: billion next year. The government is engaged are found only in Ciilifornln. Not
Valley, N. Y. for a parcel of wash and bake sale Service Station. The bake sale poise. Judging will be made in alarming( budgetary: briiiknniauship. only db these Irws! crow old
; Meeting land In Sec. 29622. is scheduled car Friday March 3, will be set up In front of Stan's on appearance> 'In swimsuit, What is i. needed lee l firm ceiling on expenditures (the (they also/ grow very bij?. Rod-
at 10 sun. by he Sophomore) Bootery at Call and Walnut evening gown, sportswear and Presldenlluggesl' his budget estimates of 216.3 billion), woods habel'n; known lo much
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$6,000 from Mr. and 375 nnd
Mrs. of than feel
There will be a sophomore Foster Class of Bradford High School. Streets in downtown Starke. street clothes. greater; budgetary: control of credit and lending activities, bright more
R. Hayes to Mr. and diameters in of 25 fort.
blanks be excess'
Entry obtained
parent-student meeting In the Mrs. C. Klrchalne: of Hampton The car wash will be held at All sophomores are urged to from the chairman may Mr. and establishment of spending: priorities based 1 on need Wow, that's tall/ timber.
new 'C' Building at Bradford Bill Edward's Phillips 69. participate. and effectiveness.Another .
for of land RedwoodIn
a parcel containing and Mrs. Jim Lawson, P. O. Wo cnn't mulch the
.:High School tonight (Thursday 6.04 acres. Box 928, Starke, Phone 964- long-over-due reform would consolidate all size but you can "bet that we
..I March 2)) at ,7:30: p.m. $3,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Florida Com About! 5103. Deadline for entering Is appropriations into two measures one for defense and are big In service and depend
AU parents and students are F. D. Bennett to Mr. and Mrs. : Something to Brag March 29. national! security .and one for all other federal expendilures. abilIty And you know that our
)urged to attend. George D. Kelly of Lawtey for These sweet and tender ears need about 5 minutes in boilingwater ., business In just ai solid ax the
a parcel of land.containing 10 to "set" the "milk.".Serve them with avocado spread made Also, the President now has. the choice of accepting: or largest RedwoodCome by today
,OIL SPRAY .acres. from local fruits. rejecting an entire appropriation bill. lie should have a we will be happy lo see you.
$1,200 from Mr. and Mrs.
AVOCADO SPREAD FOR CORN
limited power to veto particular items.
Guy Andrews to R. L. Jones
PROTECTSSHRUBBERY 1)4) cup. avocado puree 1 teaspoon saltS Five-year cost projections should lie required and used
tablespoons mayonnaise't teaspoon onion powder 'to discourage Congress; from approving programs costing:
...MOVIESFLORIDA ..- 3 tablespoons tomato 1/1 teaspoon around red modest amount* the first year, but t'olllnalllin".Iulllr..
catsup pepper, rh"Some Congresses'' to spending billions.
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2 tablespoon. lemon Juice men can't tell the Washington now budgets for a pushbutton economy KtOlA

+yn James Basket THEATRE and Hattte Combine ingredients; mix well. Spread over hot ears of fresh difference between workingup with quill-pen t techniques. As a result, the country is in a
McDaniel Florida corn. steam and generating a serious budgetary/ bind and Congress should move quickly
I first black artists [ U.S. 301 NORTH
to receive Academy Awards YIELD: Sufficient ipread for 12 ears of corn. 8" to adopt needed reforms. PHONE 964.7500
are teamed In Walt Disney's
classic "Song of the South" of Starke for a lot in Country sat.a ss a.. a e s..eos orals. sO.s w ace. a -.atm..
released by Buena Vista. Club Estates.
Baskett plays Uncle Remus $3.900 from Mr. and Mrs.L. .
In C. Powell to Mr. and Mrs. f f'I
the musical production, which
n .r combines live action with animated Robert A. Chesser Jr. of Camp
animal characters such Blending for a parcel of land ft
as Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox, and on SR-13..' Dinette Price-Break !
t ft
Brer Bear.Although. $18,000 from Mr. and Mrs.J. .
his portrayal of the D. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs.R. :
J >ld Southern fablelst was his C. Fblhamus to Mr. and
first film role, it earned Bas Mrs. Charles R. Rowell of t ft
kett an honorary Oacar..''Sone. Starke for a >parcel> of land on
Your shru b.ry should bo of the South" will play at the SR-16. : LUXURIOUS' DINETTES FOR JUST9995. 7 PC.
sprayed now with oil amul-: Florida .Theatre ,FrJday-JSatrv $8,000 from.-Mr. and Mrs, r t ,, .......... '' GROUPS!
iJ H. wlttt Elnnlne Anderson t
slort: to'center haFd-to-kiir. i urday and Sunday. W. George '
insect Two applicationsnow to Mr. and Mrs J. C,
will give protection 301 DRIVE-IN Sullivan of Starke for a par
against tough to kill Insects One of the most frightening cel of land In Starke. t
like scale and r.d ipider. Oil of Edgar Allan Foe's terror $14,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
sprays should b. applied tales "Murders In the Rue Gene Adorn to Mr. and Mrs.
& weak Jay C. Thames Sr. of Doug-
during h next Morgue, was recently filmed
Call now for fre..stimote.LORIDA again by American International lasvllle, Ga. for a parcel of t SUCHBO0INRTVK i ir
land In the Indian Beach Sub.
and. will be screened $4,200 from Mr. and Mrs
lotany."Murders In the Rue Stuart R. Wallace Jr. to Mr.
EST t
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Morgue" with "Scream Baby and Mrs. David Browning of
o ONTWOL Scream" opens atthe301 Drive- Starke for a parcel of land
in Theatre Friday and Saturday In Starke.
a saws CO. $12,000 from Mr. and Mrs. f
nights[ beginning at sundown.
Phone William Fllce to Mr. and Mrs.
"Shaft" and "Pretty; Maidsall C. H. Gingrich of Sun Valley
964-5745 In a Row" play> at the 301 Calif for a parcel of land on fyjry
Drive-In Sunday and Monday US-301. t We
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FUntrflam Gimmick \ ,)1.\ .. ., FFA Projects For Community Told At Rotary

;., landscaping the school
;Vijmsmg The' ElderlyA e v, ;,":,,1:YEr "., The Future Important Farmers part of that Amer-local grounds grounds and the future development .

+ ::, I ica Chapters are playing, In of a site at the rear of the
Vo-Tech Center for as an
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"' community Improvement projects
new dim-flam gimmick fake "Doctors" are examining ; described at the outdoor classroom.
Involving elderly citizens, the person, the other man Starke Rotary Club Wedne.day.Feb. The boys were Introduced by
seems to .be making headway searches the house i-js' *money. 23.Speakers. their advisor, Paul Hutchlns.:
In the Southeast according to One elderly couple In Stokes were Dale Clemons, who discussed the FFA agriculture -
Edward G. Copestake Manager County North Caroline, lost of the Bradford Senior program and other
of the Gainesville Social Security nearly$',500 to tMs groupof FFA president Chapter, and Mike Oliver chapter\ projects. .
Office. con artists earlier this year. chairman of the American Communities .
It Is reported that three men. CopestaKe points out that all Committee.The .
posing as Social Security Representatives Social Security; Representatives two FFA members discussed -
have a racket have Identifications which Includes EPA Involvement In A- Panty Hose
that goes like this: The men a picture of the employee. merlca's future, and building
twos claiming to be ebcIalsecurity : ." If are approached using the theme
you the community; ANY SIZE I ANY SHADE :
doctors and the other by someone alleged to be a of National FFA Week, "Youth
a social security' representative Social Security Employee, you With A Purpose." $3.00 Per -:
visit the home of an should request to see his official The local FFA won the State
elderly person and tell him Identification. The Social BOAC Building Our American $2.cq Per pr.1NO. ::
that he may be entitled to additional Security Administration Community) Award last year, 1.00 Per
social l security benefits does not have doctors who con- and also won a silver emblem c .
If he Is disabled. duct examlnattos In private as a national winner In the :
They convince the person they homes," Copestake said. contest.
can conduct the necessary phy Since It Is against the law to Community; projects now
sical examination usually In Impersonate a should being carried on Include: MowIng 2PAIR $1
the bedroom. Then while the ee, any such attempt at Crosby Lake Cemetery
reported to the local Social care of the old courthouse
Security; office and local police. '
Cash For Cans
The little boy down 4he( YESSE
New Bill Asks
Mobile-Unit of school
block missed ,a day ;
Due Here Here Mar. 9 20 Pet MoreIn because 01'a tragedy in the

The cash-for-cans mobile SS Benefits family; the picture tube died. VF MILO : I

unit will be at Starke Plaza A 20 cent Increase In
per Lawtoy' FIJ.TFCHG
Thursday March 9, from 2 Social Security benefits. Instead TYPEWRITERS: Manual or ,
to 3 p.m. of the five per cent provided .Electric. For sale or rent. I:,
Drivers of three mobile aluminum Bradford County Telegraph
by pending legislation, ; ..
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in Florida
units operated has started through the Congressional Students The Real ,
by Reynolds Metals Co. Building Thing .
pay 10 cents a pound-for all- ful backingofchairman Rep.WilburMU e,
aluminum cans, foil TV dinner of the tax-writing Students from the Building of the first stage of refaclng and a short training periodIn structor Jones says. There are DeWitt C.. Jones Funeral Home I
trays and pie pens. Ways& Means Committee.The Trades class at the vocational the old USO building on Tem- Industry" class Instructor so many little things InvolvedIn ';\i
In less than eight months school are nearing completion ple Avenue across from Bradford J. B. Jones says "Studentscan a real Job that cannot be
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more than nine million all- bill would make the Increase STARKE
High. Into a practice
S brought
earn up to $ an hour pro- "
aluminum cans have been collected effective June 1, 1972 ITT Rayonier The students are refaclng the depending on tho locality.; ject no matter how realistic *'
by the three mobile units and would change the payrolltax Announces TwoScholarships building as part of a brick Demolition of the south wing It II, Jones says. PHONE 964-6200
according to Paul S. Hay rates and base so as to laying class project and have of the old 'C' Building of the Students are taking great --- i:
den, regional recycling manger take a little less from pay recolved many compliments for high school provided the brick. pride and care In the usa
far Reynolds. envelopes this year than the their work. Most of the work Students are being paid to clean project he says, because It KEYSTONE HEIGHTS jlj
The Northeast Florida unit pending legislation would provider Ernest P. Davis resident has been done by students who the 'old' brick. faces US-301, main thoroughfare -
delivers the waste aluminumto but Increase the rate manager of the Southeast Tim- are only half way through their "It really means a lot for through Starke, and because PHONE 473-3176: | i
a Reynolds recycling center sharply In 1973 for higher- ber Division of ITT Rayonier. first year In the two year the students to be able to builda It will be there for every- *
where It Is
In Jacksonville
paid persons. Inc., announces that Foundation course. permanent structure," In- body to see as they ride by.
shredded and shipped in bulk The average benefit payment .
to Reynolds smelters. It la under the Mills bill would be Scholarships: will be awarded This course Is open to adults
then cast In ingots ready for $162 a month for a retired this year to two deserving high as well as high school students.
reuse. Additional recycling worker compared with school seniors In the Northeast "On completion of the course
single
centers are located In Miami $133 under present law; $265 Florida area. lrn I

and Tampa. for$222 aged; and couples$153 for compared aged widows with- are seven Eligible high Florida school for the counties seniors scholarships where from SmokeySayttIl Ii fi} d "cqrter THIS WEEK'

Benefits
,compared with $114. wyl
ITT Rayonier has heavy tim- .
DR. D. W. WHIFFEN vary according to the earned work- berland Involvement, Including ONLY!
record compiled during a
Announces the Association of er's active Bradford Baker, Nassau, St.
years.Another Johns, Flagler Columbia, and paints
DR. J. H. MINESINCER bill now pending in GllchrisU
The first scholarship will be
Social
the Senate would raise the -
In the practice ol Security, rate this year for $750 and the second for 11Vii1ulL
and the base $375. Both will be for the first
to 5.4 percent
Optometry at of college and the criteria it
to $10,200 for a maximum tax year
207 S. Walnut St. $550.80.: for awarding assistancewill ,
Mllls's revision would keep be scholarship, leadership, '
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and financial need.
Uitic nourt the rate at 5.2 per cent on A
9:00 to ':UU a $10,200 of$530.40.But base., for a maximum obtained Application at the blanks various may county be ,

next under his bill, high schools and must be sub t t* *
Closed year '
Wednesday the school principal ..,.
mitted to high
the rate would go to 5.4 per y
Afternoon and 'Sat cent and the base to $12 000 no later than April 15. c-. f
afternoon $648. Winners will be notified before -
urday for maximum tax of
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WILDLIFE j.f lb For Area Health CenterA

I staffing grant application will Include In-patclnt care,
for the Gainesville Area Com-
outpatient care without need
COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby by MARY LEE prelienslvo Community; Health of referrel!, partial' lionpltaliza.
Center;! hoe been approved, according lion emergency services, consultation -
Crime is fast becoming the to an announcement by services and educational -
Dr. O.E. Frye. Jr. number one concern of most the Mental Health Association service
111 of Alachuu
communities across the coun CoUnty.; /
Director try. Survey after survey reports Dr. Robert Cervals, acting
GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION a growing fear of crime director for the center said that
# ;( by Americans everywhere. with each of the ten participating
counties 60 cents
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d Quinn Tamm, executive director PORTRAIT
per capita, there will be $5
Ay1. (FPR.Lake Apopka llqueiacltnt,as being the cause of the International per capita In mental health
located In Orange and Lake of rfeath. I I Association of Chiefs of Police cervices received.
Counties has deterioratedfaster Recently a 10 foot long, tick .ar. &: says "Crime is of vital The services will be available SPECIALs
( than any large lake in alligator was discovered on national concern and requires In Alachua Bradford
Florida. This deterioration is Lake Beauclair in the Apopka, the resources of all Columbia, DixIe GilchristIii.mitten .
mainly due to the introductionof Oklawaha chain. This reptilewas i.-- citizens to combat it." Lafeyette Levy Suwan-
effluents from municipal delivered to Dr. Hayes at __ : In the past 10 years the nee, and Union Counties and
muck farming tie University of Georgia and persons from each of these
t sewage FBI Crime Index has risen
rpt an immediate examination was areas will be employed by the
citrus and
operations groves the TerwillegarReceivesAF by 176 percent. In 1970 alone Health Cen
citrus processing I l.-dustries. In conducted. Results of Community; Mental
addition considerable examination are not known at there were over 5,568,000 ter.
j organic to serious crimes reported Tranlning of the Muntal Health
debris from this time but it is anticipated AwardAirman s
resulting past
Training technicians 32 In alt, will start
hyacinth and trash fish control be a spreading of the bacteria throughout the nation.
'L1 full-time on July I, 1972. Persons -
from Lake Apopka Crime
pt r programs have added to the has risen about
excessive enrichment: of Lake Dr.Hayes in this report on the Byron TerwtllegarJH school at Lowry Air Force eight times more rapidly than wishing to apply for these.
F&SIHO&-BI A SED-Cotton Apopka. original study said. "As for our son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Base, Denver, Colorado, and and positions should contact: members
liVtwo parts-both of them prognosis relative to the futureof Terwlllegar of Starke, has been attending the University; of population growth unfortunately of the board for their area,
srnashinR. Designer Melba The hyacinth control Lake Apopka we at this time awarded the American Spirit Colorado. reported crimes or members of their Citizen's
Hobson does- the honors for programdid account for only a third of Advisory Committee. The formal -
ket the 'lake for do not share the opinion of many Honor Medal l
the open given the top trainee -
using multi
Tannerway the number actually education of the applicant
colored block print on the navigation and the trash fish that the lake Is dead. Slclr....very of each class who best displays Terwlllegar attended the com- Is
dead! With implementation Bolles School In ,Jacksonvillefor mitted. Furthermore, arrestsare not an Important) consideration
bias for heightened design control program did tem slck..but not the qualities of leader
five made in barely 20 percentof for these positions, It was Illllt
interest porarily enhance fishing; of immediate ship.' years the Collegeof anld.
however the side effects added therapy Lake Apopka can be Terwlllegar has recently Charleston' Charleston S. reported cases.According The grant and central facility Gy'
'to the sickness of the lake. revitalized sport fishing can completed his basic training C. for 3 1/2 years, and spent to authorities will provide 80 employees for
| OaintsYiH Nearfng Ail e.. All of our dreads and bad return and her bountiful reptile in the Air Force He Is currently eight months of 1971 In Eur- the causes of crime are boundup the ten-county, 6,000 square
dreams were cast upon us last fauna can survive and proper." attending an electronics ope. with the conditions of our mile area, which Includes 200-
summer.On "As for how this can be accomplished society. Any attack on crime 000 people. This area is cur- r
lean May 7, 1971, wildlife officers such Is not within Veterans Should Be must require a national effortto rently serviced by only seven.
1 on routine patrol. on Lake the realm ot expertise of Wary lessen: poverty slum housing There will be various areas!
URSNH Apopka found three large disease oriented organizations. for dispensing these service,
ill
health and .
alligator carcasses In the lake. If is difficult to comprehend Of Free Gravesite Offer \, illiteracy.Our one w'lUmi the reach of local
There was no evidence that they the t a nation with technologic police have found residents. Services provided

j OWNER had been shot or otherwise capabilities for placing men on Many war veterans are being a U.S. Senate committee. themselves targets of public r 8X10natural
r injured. the moon can be stymied by a defrauded by unscrupulous private The veteran who signs an frustration. Often their du
_J AND problem of such relative cemeteries that offer free agreement for a "free" burial ties are at cross purposes with color
Wildlife biologists were calledIn magnitude as that of restoring grave space as a come-on to plot usually pays tacked-uo prices their mission which I is preservation NEWS ABOUT
to study the situation On May health to a 31,000 acre body of Induce veterans to buy\ costly for other items and ser- of peace the enforce
mum. 10, 1971 nine dead alligatorswere water. We subsequently are "burial package deals" according vices, and Is often persuadedto ment of law, and protectionof
found.They had been dead confident that the people to a recent report to buy expensive plots for other life and property.We SERVICE MEN portrait99i
for several days.Some dead fish themselves can and will! solve members of his family the report -
Themost and turtles were also found. this and other environmental New said. need strong policepublic "F F # .. .
Samples were analyzed for problems that threaten our Ecology In most cases private ceme- cooperation. Citizens have
pesticides but the results did not country today." Aids teries that advertise tree grave duties too. They should report Army Private Michael II.
indicate pesticides to be the "In conclusion. It may be DevelopedBy spaces for veterans tell pros- all offenses and take Waldron, 19, son of Hilton Wal-
powerfulNBELCO killer. reiterated that whenever Industry pective clients that veterans are all common-sense precautions dron Hampton recently completed Handling
Alligators. fish and turtles manmade crises of this about to lose their right to free against crime. They should eight weeks of basic Cho'II'
continued to die and other a human burial In national cemeteries training at Ft. Jackson, S.C.
magnitude occur Industry continues to explore not shirk duty as a juror or Wid,, cho'cu' of proofs
studies were conducted at Inclination is that of laying new techniques to reduce because of lack of available let personal bias foster hatredof lie received Instruction In
facilities. else. If space the report said. Drill and ceremonies weapons .
behind- various laboratory blame upon someone we litter and pollution. others. On. p.ubl'cl two per familf"
On June 9, 1971, Dr. Frank really wish to meet the culprit One map reading and combat
Gl'neralMotors is conduct organization investigatIng Women's groups can con tactics military courtesy, c.. Od .. ,....
Hayes of the University of however very few of us have to UP' Jl .o p f p.
the-ear aid Georgia School of Veterinary look much further than the ing a two-mo'nth experimentin It the cemetery deals said tribute much toward helping military justice, first aid,
.Medicine and head: of the mirror. If we really desire to Traverse City :Mich., to had received 116 complaints solve this great problem. and army history and tradi- C.n'i. b>. used m Conjunction
Involving 42 different _.,
made clear the area of junked and private tions. 'K o'hui. odrgnsmg, afltt,*
\
ever. Wildlife Disease Study was know who has within his power cemeteries In 16 states with They can volunteer their serv-
I called in to study the die-off. Dr. .the means for correcting and abandoned cars by having the Free Graves to Veterans ice to local police; form study Pvt. Walderon received the <.ur ,A" f AND aMINO THIS AO TC
: programs C. 1st
Hayes, his staff and personnelof preventing such catastrophies, wrecks towed to local wrecking At least 145 cemeteries groups to support reforms; training Battalion with of Company the 1st Brigade.
the Game and Fresh Water ... only have to look yards at their have CRIFFIS
again we expense. made free crave offers hold meetings to inform the He is a 1971 graduate of Bradford -
Fish Commission collected into the mirror They are endeavoring to the report said. public and help to reverse High School.
yI It'.the 6730. If* specimens and analyzed them Pollution in one form or make the system self-sustain An elderly women In Norfolk, public disrespect for the police DEPARTMENT
I .h.lp.dp.opl. for every possible cause of another is a serious problem to ing-! Va. was forced by a memorial and law.
throughout' death. Florida now. It can get worse. The Atlantic Richfield Com- park at Virginia Beach to exhume STORE
,world(war fatter Examination of diseased fish We must first stop introduction pany is providing mobile the body of her veteran FRESH CORN AND WATERCRESS SALAH
auto,
it has etrtm.ly-' and reptiles from Lake Apopka.revajed of pollutants to our waters and husband because whe was unable RAIfORD.flA.
| bacterial. that testing units for highway; to $1,000 for the free- 4 to 5 medium-size ears >,<}r t.a"IIOOlHUlCar
maximum"'Amplification. .., a pathogenic\ then clean up the pollutants pay
high ., i, .h lting.of ,improper air-fueG; deal fresh Floridacorn..xuoked, !i,''eaMIIII.m.JUAUtnUa.l.Ack., ,
nicro.organismrAeromonao '""have-already'*-deposited.- ; grave package 'r? "'1: --
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r. 3
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mixture air 1 diced firm tomatoes
I .. dirty filter or had signed up for, the cup Mpepper
It'alto d.liwrr.sceptional. round. tr-" New Entree plugged pollution control sys-. said. Many other similar Instances 3 tablespoons! mayonnaise 2 cups watercress, cut I infu, '
quality. Easy tems in cars all of which were reported.The 1 tablespoon chopped onion pi..eeaI HOURS

I, II you faelievn your(hearing Features Hearty HashWith contributes to exhaust pollu- free-space advertise- teaspoon salt 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
;itn't t all it could be com in today tion through inefficient fuel ments, with only a .!ew excep- Cut cooked corn kernels from the cobs. Measure; there should.
for a ,.. demonstration' ; of today's emphasis on thrift and convenience, you'll consumption. tions, represented the offer as be about 2 cup,. Chill. Shortly before nerving, tons corn lightly NO AGE LIMIT
what' the 6730 can do. Absolutely probably be able to interest your family in some simpler., being connected with the Vet- with tomatoes mayonnaise, onion .suit, sugar and l Mack pcpppr.'
no obligation. not-so-rich foods. Libby'a home economists suggest you feature crane Administration, or In Remove heavy stems from watercress; tear or cut into small\
Stop In or moil coupon for. Home-Style Corned Beef Hash for dinner soon. It't A retired PennsylvaniaState some other way as having approval pieces. Add to corn mixture. Mix lig-htly.( Serve on lettuce leave,
additional information conveniently canned BO there's no fuss, but it tastes as though University professor of the federal or state .

NAME ...............................,.... you've been chopping chunks and of cooking corned beef for "rough-cut"hours. This potatoes hash is Dr. Paul H. Schweitzer, hag government Such claims are if desired. tIj
loaded with juicy YIELD 6 ---.
not true, the report said. : portions
ADDRESS .......... ....... and a lively blend of seasonings. It's great just broiled or developed the Optimizer a -
CITY ...........................,..?.._., fried as it cornea from the can, but for a more dramatic pre device which "fine tunes" the -
PHONE .......................,!?......... sentation.'mix plate. Serve in it wedges with eggs with and tomato celery sauce and bake or sour it in cream a pie spark to eliminate smog- ESTABLISHED 1904
spiked 1 with horseradish. Coat-only about 30 cents per serving! creating emissions. BcI tco'cl. midwinterSPECIALPURCHASE
GAINESVILLE HEARING Corned. UHf II...li Pie The little Cuyahoga riverIn

AID CO. (Makes 6 main dish servings) Ohio which is utilized by ,
3 eggs 1 cup diced celery Goodyear in its processing,
2639 N.W.13.h. 5t. 2 cans ((15i%-oz. each) '/ cup chopped parsley sends water away from the & I II

hi Sunshine Shopping CenterNexlToWooIca: Beef Home.Hash tole Corned Olive sprigs slices for and garnish parsley Akron plant cleaner than it LREC1

when it entered. It
was not
376-0095,371-1942 Beat eggs in large bowl; add corned beef celery and pars
I ley. Toes mixture with fork until combined.; Pile into 9-inch only has the Goodyear pollutants -
pie plate: bake in 400' oven 35 minutes or until surface is removed, but also
/mca't,;rl'/rf .l.naa"" Aa nicely browned. Garnish pie with olive slices and parsley. those entering the river from
Cut mto wedgea. Serve with heated tomato sauce seasoned
with a few drops of hot liquid pepper. sources upstream.

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Lawn Rakes $1.29 7 SATSUMA. ORANGE TREES $6.98ROACH price during our clearance SALE! All brand name?*

merchandise priced right and serviced rII;ht. .
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SELECTION OF BE SURE TO DROP BY AND SEE OUR NEW DISPLAY OPENING SATURDAY 5 ROOMS OF BEAUTIFUL,. .

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES i
Grace United Methodist
Sunday School.: 8:15; Worship
services II sun. and 7 pun.;
MY.F 6 p.m. Choir practice
.8. p.m. Wednesdays; Prayer
meeting 7 p.m. .
Church of God Sunday School ;
10 a.m., Worship services II ,. '
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ajn. and 730 p.m. Famly I"" .
Night Wednesday 7:30: pjn.
Highland Baptist: Sunday. '"
School. 9:.45 ajn.. "hIP..r-
vice. U ajn. and 6:30 pun; ,",, ."
Prayer IDMtIrw"Wedneada.7' ,
7 p.m., followed P by: choir prac tiF -, -
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The Lawtey Mason held a "
; 430 VEST KAOJ50M! STREETSTARKE ,
dinner at the Masonic Hall last o i ,; ;
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Saturday evening. Tho speaker ,! .

of Walnwrlght.the Directorem PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH 2 THRU WED. MARCH 8 Quantity Rights Reserved CO'YRIOHT-I972-WINN.DIIUUTORlS.INC. i i.

Florida Prison System. The .
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theme of his talk was "Americanism. -
." Approximately 90 WO BRAND PURE!

members this occasion.and guests enjoyed Ground Beef 5 ISPKO.. $2,98 W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ROLLED


PERSONALS Mr. and Mn. John Morrisof SAVE 10. run QUARTS LOIN


Mrs.Mrs.Jackson.H.E.ePerkM Florence Ala.Bower with spent and Mr.at Lamar.Saturday Madison and- i:4" ... 8Se Chuck Roast U ) C


Pa. and Mr. and Mrs. SAVE ll< QUICK FROZEN ORADI
Clan Bogus of Pen Van, N. .
Y. attended the Methodist Breast SSc
Turkey LI.
Church with Mrs H. H. Hamilton o
on Sunday.
Mrs. H. C. Walnwrlght and TAIMADOE FARMS COUNTRY CURIO / 4
granddaughters, Lisa and Ka- SHANK HALF 1 'i4
this spent the weekend with Hams ORWHOLE LI 88' .
In Mr.Lakeland.and Mrs. Clyde Walnwrlght . . L:

On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. USDA GRADE! 'A' QUICK FROZEN SWIFT'S PREMIUM BUTTER BALL .

I Earl Teston a family and dinner family a t attended the* Turkeys O. 4'L AVERAGE Ll.58c t1lle 3.1 c LB.

home of. Mr. and Mrs. Foster .
Hayes In Hampton, honoringMr.
Hayes In celebration of hU
birthday anniversary. Twentyone ; : .
relatives and friends enjoyed / -
this occasion. ; S I iJSSlS!
Mr. and Mrs. O.J.: Boyett CHUCK STEAK
visited friends In Valdosta r1 VlYlJVU
Ca.on Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Donny Wise
the arrival of a
announce 101IoMichael 1e
Craig, at Baptist Memorial / 1 ,
Hospital on February 9. II'
The maternal grandparents. are
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Austin
and paternal grandparents: are / u.' 4p / /
Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Wise.
Tuesday overnight guest of .
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter l ; fii[ #<* I
his '
was cousin, L. C. Smith '
of VIde City.: ; Mr. and Mrs. ...rofatal s
H.D. Shelson of Naples were am Ps1ar '
Monday, Hsitors.Mn.Joyce /
Futch of Bruns SHORTENING ,
wick. Ca. was Saturday dinner
Miss EUsabsth Terry. i6.<-., C'A'NS
Visiti g Mr.and Mrs. Lee B. i
Green on Sunday were Mrs. 15i Mr :
Clara Olson and Mrs. Hardy BEANS
/
Taylor and .Klmberly of .

Jacksonville.We regret to note the recent I TOR .
death of Eddie Dyal' son of 1
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown SAUSAGE
The family baa the sympathyand \
love of their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Loony Adams
of Jacksonville were Sunday SAVE 13 'VAN CAMP HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC OR GALVANIZED VINE! RIPE

R.dinner Mrs E. Lee guests James and John.of R.Mr.Norman and Mrs.and Pork & Beans 6 ss 88C Trash ''Cans :A:; ': 7s=AL. $199 Tomatoes . 28C

Mr. Leonard Norman .
surprised
61c JUMBO
SAVE STOKELY CUT ICEBURO
Mn. Carl Norman with
a birthday party; at her borne Kleenex Towels 88C
Green Beans. 6 88 4 Lettuce 28C
on Sunday afternoon. About 25 CANS -, . MEAD
guests enjoyed this event. "Llln" Kotl with $7.SO more food onj.r ..ol./../. '
or
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Prtngle SAVE tit STOKELY CREAM STYLI! OR ARROW U,1. No. 1 All PURPOSE ((20-ltS 88c) "

all and Miller of Mr.Sanford and and daughter Mrs.were: Burchflald.Marilyn Sunday,, Wh. Kernel Corn 6 CANS. 88C Bath Tissue .4 RKlit BBc Potatoes 10 }s G 48C

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. SAVE 29c ASTOR VAN CAMPPork 'SAVE! 29c MORTON CHERRY, APPLE!, PEACH COCONUTFruit

Mrs.L. M.MaxIe McClellan.Reddish Mr.Joined and the 'Cocktail 4 ss 88C & Beans 4 88' Fruit Pies 3 200.;. 88
family at supper. Also little CANS '. .
Jeff McClellan of Starke spent
.
Friday night with Ms grand SAve 46c THRIFTY MAID VAN CAMP SAVE 57. ,POIYSAO SHOESTRINOPotatoes

parents. Peaches 4 CANS 888 Beanee Weenee 4 s... 8S"c 5 88PI
Mr.Debby and Phillips Mrs. W., daughter C. Phillips of . CANS (,

and Mrs. Phillips' niece Pam
Doss who were Injured In awreck .
three weeks ago have 1 .
returned from the hospital.
However, Debby will have to GATORADE
return for further surgery In
a few days.


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L. Butler Knocked 'In 15 School Jax Beach GoBradford





From 5AA Tourney

thin-dads openedthe for sixth In the 220-dash and
1972 track Mason with a placed sixth In the long Jump.

"truly, outstanding performance' Jimmy Andrews broke his ,
..... Saturday as the team
1 1e own school record In the 330
Hawthorne ranked ninth In captured third place In the First,
the state, outlasted Lake Butler Annual Saints Run at Jackson- Intermediate hurdles to take
61-49 I Saturday night to cap / I villa Beach. ; second place with a clockingof
ture the championship In the 40.8. He also tied his own

District 5 AA tourney held In ;:r; ,,':'1,"." '',"(:\"' "It was a truly outstanding record In the ISO-low' hurdles

the Santa Fe High gym ., ,I'-' ,. ')., li,' '\""' .
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'I' '"j <1 ,, : ), track coach Geroge "It enough for third
\ Loper. An-
to "il"l,1'' place.
After !' 'I ,, :;;! !\
big victories' the night 't'I ;
Y ,'\ "A\ (,,;' /,, 'jik'1' \ \ 1I :./",', was really tremendous, Just a- drews also placed> second In
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before, both Lake Butler and rJ ,, ,' '!" 1.1 {" ,{;; Itk: ,"
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''JI !\ bout one of our goys the 120 highs In 14.9.
,. l" '. \ : 14i'l0 I'\\.V'\\ every
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Hawthorne were "Mnda flat"In "\ 't.' : : :';; \ \ ,.. "
.J' } ""I"I\\1 [ their trials effort.
'1' !1ii ') ;" \ surpassed ;
the championship, duel. ,) :, '!" "' \j''Y'-W\\'' ''\\!1'' Donnie Burch captured sec-
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'.i \ "I'd o' { V' ," ,t''f. ) '','' ; ':''V. ond place In the 660
Friday night Lake Butler Iii.: ," :?." ''' '" Bradford placed third In the : with a
<1 ; ,. r' :;J/ 1:27.3
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11'I'\ ) : clocking and Steve Strick-
pounded Interlachen 97-59. and ;' ; \ i : ; I' J\11'\\\ :\ meet among the 15 teams en-
::
\,( } \ : land placed third In the
Hawthorne slipped by :Santa < ', .J, '. ,,' '; ,(. tered. Eleven of the schools pole
Fe, ranted sixth In the state, 'l- "J'i' \ ,<;,; ; ,/ ( ',: : .... ";;.,(,,'; "\... were larger class 4-A schools vault, clearing 11 feet.
73-71 to send the two teams '! .f;';1'i'! : \ !';''''fi\MIl.r\ Jd {.\ '":,".,(,",'l"\WiJ ..', and three were class 3-As from Jimmy Ricks placed seventh

Into the finals. ., "." ""I'-'f'. :, : the Florida Star Conference. In the high Jump with a 5'-
.hrH''"1'' : htS H ro I 8" leap and Burch captured
Those triumphs, according to "
Hornet Coach Tom Phillips "'. .i! .... ,- .L' A powerful Raines team ran seventh In the 440 with a 63.5.
IJ"' :" away with first place collecting Paul Parsons
,
: placed seventhIn
took a lot out of both teams. 'A .' ", .Iwp Kc ,,.1,., > 108 points Fletcher of Jacksonville the quarter mile and Mark

"Both teams were kinds flat. the host team was a Hodges ninth In the two mile.
Both made a lot of distant second with 44 ,
mlstakolC ''': very Also earning points for the
and both were a tired. '''l .,t,' ,. points while wiithT42 does Tornadoes were F&relon Mc-
Phillips said "' ; ,, '' lI closely followed Clellan In the discus throw and

"It wasn't an extremely well .' : : < : ? shot put and Mark Hodges In

played game by either team ., Palatka South, ..pegged an 0.Y the mile run.
.Y\\'
sai"Both teams played! \ !' i The Tornadoes now standing
BHS's number one'competition
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(FrlcIa.y>''', : r, .,,.,,', (,..," .. placed fourth behind the Tornadoes third place position, will host
The Hornets made their winning with 38 points. their first meet of the season

move In the second quar- '. ./ '; ; Rounding out the top five, Friday at 4 p.m. against Mac-
C
ter when they outscored the clenny.A .
Wolfson with 28-1/2 points.

halftone Tigers 15-8 advantage.to gain a 25-20 I. : 't;; ;wr'' "".'". .. was Conference rivals Clay, High 12-2 record after only one
; placed seventh with 20-1/2 and meet means the Tornadoes were
In
the
first quarter both ; i Orange Park 13th with! 7 points."I better than 12 teams and were
teams traded baskets with the .
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Tigers coming out 12- ,11.. was particularly pleased>
on top, ; '
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10, at the end Of the period.In ," : < ttT: with the field event boys," Lo- teams entered. Coach Loper
said. "As a they did tabs on the number of teams
the second quarter turn- 11,. per better than any field group event group Danny McKinney slams a drive Tuesday as he led BHS to victory over BolUt. his Tornadoes beat compared

ovens and plain poor shooting .,; In five years. The runners and to the number of teams which
made the difference.After sinkIng "" .> hurlers were Just great. All beat BHS He also expresses
a free throw at first of i \:, : 'J"" "t' In all the team set three school his team's record In terms

the went second scoreless period Lake tor i nearly Butler ;" '' '.. '. ,J":' : records and tied another*' BHS Golfers Top SA By 14 StrokesDanny of meets.wins versus losses In dual

five minutes and tell behind ""e' ::'.=.:. ".. :: :. Bradford welghtmen. Fare- e e e

21-13. .1 Ion McClellan, DonnIe McKInney -
Burch fired a course.
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During the five minute span, Sheldon Hodge, and Tim three-over-par 39 Tuesday "Clay High and Orange Park basketball to season ended.the He Is Emergency lighting Is'required
expected
give golfers
the Tigers had two and three .Six-foot-six Reggie Fort grabs another rebound for shattered the old school recordIn leading\ Bradford High golfers are the top teams in the Florida some added In Great Britain because
shots a time at the basket but nawtnomo.. the 440 weight men's relay to' a 14 stroke victory over St. Star conference." states Coach GaInes power.shot 42 Tuesday of the power blackout.
Just could not put It.through the with a SO flat for.first placeIn Augustine In dual match play. at Jerry Reese. To date Orange Terry. Richard Roberts a was a- Dining by candlelight Is romantic
net times Lake Butler"cameTto" the meet.LevyjLennon". Starke Golf and Park Is the only team to beat"tile" only when ifs option
the Country .
Three ,ers foul out in the with for pie Tiger and left them'wlthanl88mar .. .. stroke back ,of Gaines at 43.
game ...... al. ,
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: tb.CIW'ttY..lln.i\\' set new-school" ..... ::! .
; three of them starters. Bennie wSaJ< /.. "" -- folios ,. .. '' : 'Unksmeri c Stan Reddish was fourth man
missed Hudson collected three foulsIn In the.regular) season matches I record of 35.6 lit the 330 dash BHSlell to by 16 Clay High ;; and with a 44. *
'". Dale Green finally broke the the'first' three minutes of between these teams Lake to take first place honors and strokes at the Deerwood Country that was by a one stroke mar- Ed Watts and Bruce Tucker It used
scoreless skein for the Timers break the BHS old record of,, Club In Jacksonville last gin. to be the colleg.
Butler the 65-
the first period and sat out' won opener) stroked 45's. Randy Martin and athlete could
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get by, .with
when he sunk one of two free 62 Hawthorne 35.7 held by John Douglai. McKlnney pared six of nine
and
more than half the game. gained revenge Friday. BIg'Red golfers now Jerrfrey McRae hit In high 40Kooerts studying something simple
throws with 3:05: remaining In at home 64-60.() Lennon tied for third place holes In shooting one of the best
"It hurt Is the senior
really us, said TIger stand 4-3 for the season.) They of the for BHS ) only like leather worUng. Now a
the half. In the 100-yard dash along with games year a
Coach Jimmy Thomas. will meet Clay High next Fri golfer. Watts and Martin are count in contract !law it ob
golfer The Junior Just
Lake Joined
Butler
then went to
on 'Hudson has been Score by Quarters: teammate Tim Clark with a freshmen.the .
score six more points,before 20 points averagingover plus 10.2 clocking. Lennon also tied day, March 10, on the Starke the golf squad this week after ligatory./
per game
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the end of) the half; while Sid he's a real fine defensive ball Lake Butler 1281712-49
Martin sunk two tip-Ins for player. Hawthorne 10() 15 18 18 61

the Hornets only scores., ."He was Just off. We shota
After Hawthorne added a free terrible percentage 16 per LBDukes 2-2-6, Hudson 3-
throw In the second half, Homer cent In the second quarter and 0-6. Mick 4-2-10 Green 3- Central Bounces BHS From District I IPalatka
Weeks added a Quick lay- 20 per cent In the final per- 4-10, Perry 1-0-2 Slrmons 4-
up following a fast break Fred tod. We averaged below 25 per 1-9 Campbell 2-0-4 Weeks
Slrmona then stole,, a ,Hornet cent for the game. 102. :Totals 20949.
pass and added another,basket "Dale Green did do a real
to narrow the gap to two fine Job rebounding for us and H- Martin 4-1-9: M. Brown
28-24. he 7-1-151. Fort 1-0-2, Brown 7- Central held Brad- the early going with Bradford Central
was one of our leading scor- only six points dur- first as Central ripped off Score by quarters
The Hornets then.'came'back ers with 10 points."" 1-15 Slater 4-2-10, Wortley 2- ford High Cagers to only two finally taking the lead for the ing the Tornadoes scoring 11 -pouits) while holding Brad- BHS 14 7 16 22 59

to score eight points while boldIng The loss ended the season 04. Totals 25-11-61. baskets In the final four minutes first time 6-4. with 5:54 remaining spree. ford to only two buckets in PC 12 11 17 24 64
the
the Tigers to tone basket of the third period Thursday In the quarter. To take four minute Central BHS Williams 7-3-17;White
The
two WUllams'Able and span. tooka
and pad their lead to ,nine afternoon while rallying the lead, Bradford put on an Bernard led 3-1-7, Newsome 5-0-10 Williams -
35-20. Suntans then scored score 11 and the Tornadoes out exciting defensive show, stealing Bradford'slcorInB three point lead, 40-37 9-2-20 Barber 2-1-5,
three straight pofpts'for the of the first round of the Dis- the ball three times before spree with four points a- Into die final period. Totals 26759.

Tigers and Faron pukes followed Carter Breaks trict 3-AAA Tourney 64-59. the Tornadoes finally worked all piece.but two The of two Bradford's went on to scores tally In the final period. Central PC Belton 1-0-2, J Jefferson

his example with i another The loss ended Bradford basketball the ball inside to Able Williams In the period. continued to Dad Its lead, 6-0-12, Wright 5-4-14 Donald-
three as Lake Butler nar- for the 1971-72 season for the basket. stretching: Bradford bucket for'' son 1-0-2 Bennett 4-1-9.'Jack-

rowed the margin to three and left the Tornadoes with a Following a missed four shot The second! half of the period bucket the remainder of the son 1-0-2 Holland 10.3-23.To-

35-32. t,- 14-9 record. by Central Bradford opened Its was a complete turnabout,from game. tals 28-8-64.
The two teams :Ihen traded BHS "They Just killed us on the biggest lead of the game as
basket for basket t the remain, Weight boards" said Tornado Coach Bernard Williams connected on -----.. .-

der of the period with ,Hawthorne Mike Sexton. "They whipped> a 15-foot Jumper to stretch: the

protecting a fiver point on) the boards on both ends ofd Tornadoes, lead to four 84.
lead going into the final per- the court Both teams then traded baskets -

iod. Lifting RecordBrad. The Tornadoes grabbed only before Danny Holland rip
In the fourth quarter: Lake 22 rebounds In the afternoon ped two quick buckets from Inside -
Butler's shooting turned cold contest with Curtis White lead- under the basket to tie the

again while Everett Brown and Ing the l team with eight. game for Central 10-10.
Sid Martin each sunk two 15- Carter broke a Brad dead lift "Our defense" Sexton said,
clean and Jerk, and Bradford took a two point /
foot Jumpers to give the Hor- ford High weight lifting record the curl. "Just didn't do a good Job at advantage going In second quar- tlt t
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nets a commanding 51-39 lead. recently,, when he curled The coaches take the total of all."Two ter as Bernard Williams sunk

Ronnie Mack then' sunk two 150 pounds compared to the all the lifts from each Individualand things really hurt us a 15-foot Jumper with two E
free throws for the Tigers. old record of 155 pounds. divide the lifter's weight and they were both my fault. seconds remaining In the first : :
Brown followed with five The old record was held by into lt.The "One the last couple weekswe period of action. sS
straight points for the Hornets Danny Jackson and Tex Pat. lifter's weight and total have been working on Improving I
as Hawthorne stretched rick. weight lifted Is as follows our Inside game. Both teams then turned cold
the margin to 15, 5641.. "12 people moved up In their Blue (9X weight Stanley Thursday we Just got carried as tee In the second quarter.
With Hawthorne's offense color levels from the last tryout Crawford weighing 150 pounds away with it. I think that we with the Tornadoes coming out
," stated Coach Dald Hurse and lifting 1,400 Craig Starl- would have been a lot better off on. the short end of the stick. '
"not doing a whole lot of 5' -S.'
," Phillips found happinessIn scoring of Ms annual weight lifting pro: ing 141 1275; Wayne Lambua If we would have stayed with Bradford didn't score for the .f i ,
speaking of his defensive gram for BHS athletes. 160 -1,490 Wayne Testonel59- our outside game. first few minutes of the period 5 _
effort "squad's Record holders at;BHS are 1490. "The other thing was that and Central regained a 16-14

"When :you hold ,a' team to Bob Reaves In the dead lift Red ((8X' ) Randy Cssklns the entire basketball club was advantage. The Tornadoes tied S: ,
under 50 points after that team 440 pounds''In 1964 the curl 162-1,430 Brad Carter, 178 Just real tight I didn't do a the game back up, 16-16 as i t''
scored 97 the night before, at 156 pounds by Brad Carter; 1,581, Gray Flynn 167 1,470. good Job In getting the team Curtis White finally broke the
,
you're doing a ,good Job on the squat by Allen Crawford Billy Bigham 140-1,250. kelthTetatone loosened up for the game we scoreless stretch for Bradford
"We've' lifting 550 pounds the 140 1240.() Levy Len entire with a 5-foot Jumper, '
game.
defense, he said. been press had the Jitters the ',5_, w r .
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non 156 1,270 Ronnie Hall
with
Roger Chllson. Tom Gardner
doing a good Job most of the
and Micky Agner holding 153'- 1,360. Stewart Strickland "When you're In a tourna- The Tornadoes then didn't
year. the record with 215 pounds) ; the 124 1.060. Bob Dyal 188 ment,, every game Is a must score for another three minutes ,4..
bench press with Micky Agner Carl Luther 168 1440. game. If ;you don't win you will as Central regained the.
Phillips singled ''out j 6-foot- holding the record at 310 pounds Scott Bristol 86 700 Gary not play the next night. This Is lead 18-16. Members of th* 1972 Falcon' basketball team are from 'left to right: Coach Johnny

6 Reggls Fort for'his fine defensive In 1965, and the clean and Jerk! Melvin and Chuck Norton. always on the boy's minds. Central held on to its lead Jackson, Jerome Poll ham, Johnny Ross, Able Williams, Lovorit Ford, Oliver Crum,

scoring two effort points., although Helblocked only held by Micky Agner. The clean "At the end of the seasonwe the remainder of the period. Joseph Alston, Rudplph Hudson, Jacklo Aldgrido' Tvromo Blyo' Alvvan Green, Donnio .
and Jerk record Is threatened Green C7X) Early Chandler had and tied to take a two point 23-21 lead Cohens, and asit. Coach Lewis Kelley.
"four five and a big surge
or shots collected 155- 1,180, Greg Reddish 151- at
by Carter fullback and defensive for second place In the con Bradford
13 rebounds. %:'He was 1,105 Tommy Reddish 150-1- scored eight points
end
worth more than his two points football team.on the Tornado 145. Donald Loper 149 1080 ference. We had a lot of pressure In the period andslx cams within
and
Indicated,"grinned Phillips. BHS weight lifters have been Ricky Hall 1531150.. Leonard on us every game we Just the final two' minutes of the half.
after the conference
The Hornets' Mike Brown was ) 6th Reno Basketball Set
leading scorer with 15 points. working on their color t..mi. 'Sapp 132-995, Tim Crews 140- had a let down and couldn't The Tornadoes scoreless Tourney
1 1.070 Mike Gasldns
The color levels are 131-925
Everett Brown closely followed this week. 1Sonrde get back up for the tournaments. stretch was not due to Brad-
as follows six times the Thomas 175-1,260 Dennis
boys ." ford being out rebounded. The
with 12. 10
of which In
the final' quarter, while came Renette body weight Is white seven Crawford 175-1,260 Mark Ken In the first of the quarters, Tornadoes were getting the Reno's Falcons will host their Palatta plays the Apopka Bucks 55 points Saturday night agaInst -
Slater contributed 10 for Haw- times Is green eight times Fuqua 156-1.155 Tim the Tornadoes defense looked second shot at the basket and sixth Annual Reno Invitational follow! by the Apopka Royals the Ocala Road) Runners
thorne. Is red, nine times his weight 165-1,285, Eddie Haien, Allen good but the "Jitters" were sometimes three but fun' ,Basketball Tournament Thursday and the Tallahassee game. The Falcons out ran the RoadRunners
Is blue, and gold Is ten times Norton, and Marlin Thornton. obvious."During. couldn't the ball therim. and Friday March 2-3 In
Ronnie Mack and pale Green ) put through beating them 104-91.
White ((6X) Harold Davis The
his body weight. Nobody has the RJE Gym. Falcons had a winning
led the with the first Brad-
Tiger's quarter
in
scoring reached the gold level this year, 138-835, Terry Mott 137-915 In the third The Falcons open tournament weekend as they were victors Jimmy Ross was the Falcons
10 each. ball five times quarter Bradford
points but Stanley Crawford Is within James Aldridge 124-S50.,Wayne ford stole the Friday night! against Green Cove In three games. Friday night high point man hit for
came out
Though Hawfltqrne added but turned the ball back hot and heavy before two help
only then
Norman 155-960 Teery; Hayes, only 33 points Fal
45 e
pounds of being there. Central Springs at 7:30. followed by they romped over the Apopka
n floor violations took the wind out of the .
points frI..e) throws There are six baste Ufta from 190-1320 Carry Wallace 2301463. : over four times on Tornadoes. Sttrke's Hawks vs. St. Augustine Bucks "-71 as Dennis Cohen cons edge by the fourth quarter
I the main Bradford scored 12
fouls
Hornet played win. key part In the which the lifters get their totals Steve Register Tarry with walking points In first half of the periodto 9 pjn.Beginning. scored 21 points. strong St. Augustine Falcons
the press bench press squat. Wilson and Jimmy Scot.i offender. Saturday at 10 ajn. Jimmy Ross hit'for a high 102-100.
' Lake Butler ha'tTfour play- Both teams battled baskets In take a 33-29 lead ss BHS held

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BaseballersOpen Public Commented On Dual ou.,:


Food Stamp, Commodity ProgramsPublic

Tuesday '.......
opinion Is being sought Approval tot dual.operation conditions bt'hsarea requesting -
by the U.S. Department Agrl- of the two programs would be It are such that both pro,
Bradford High baseballersopen but decided not to play.
based on determUwtton by the provide
culture on the possible dual operation assistance
their 1972 season against Opening game starters. Tues- I Ny of food tamp Secretary of Agriculture that effective food to low
Green Cove here In Starke next day will be Cleo Johnson at programsand Income households the area
distribution of free
commodity
Tuesday night at 7:30.: third base, Eddie Hazen or foods.Comments. Norton Receives and that state and local administration
"We could be threat to Bernard William ;
a playfngehort of Je programs will
must be receivedby
the Florida Star Conference stop Charlie Green or Larry the close business Friday Five Year AwardE.M. meet that need' .
If our pitching and hitting would Brown at second Joey Ben '.
March 17, and will be open to Upon final publication: of the
improve" states Coach Wayne nett >playing> first and Ronnie public Inspection. Comments Norton Sr.of Klngstey proposed) amendment the Food
McLeod. Kllby or Carl Rlherd catch- should be mailed to the Food Lake was recently honored by and Nutrition Service will publish -
"Most people In the conferenoe 1 Corporation a counterpart amendmentto
Stamp Director. Food and Nutrition Knapp Klng-Slze
think we are not a threatto Itchingfor the night will Mass., which is Its food dlstrlbutlonprogramregulations.
Service, U. S. Depart- of Brockton: .
them also stated McLeod. be either Carlos .
Mathews -
ment of Agriculture Washing celebrating Its 51st year M ) ";,
The first game against Green Tommy Wise, or Alvin Fay- ,r ton. D.C. 20250. manufacturer and distributor < t i
Cove \
will not effect standingsIn USDA Is Inviting public of footwear. .':,- _
son.Playing COMment e
the conference because of In the outfield will on a proposed amendmentto Mr. Norton receive d a lapelpin i'mWith ,
arrangements with Green Cove be Ricky Bennett Gary Mel- Its food stamp program regulation signifying Ms five-year pro/ertfonoUam/ creeping -
for a tripout game. vln. Randy McGovern and Larry membership In the KnapppSer- into *o many area, it it
Two more players are out bonelly. which seta forth procedures vice Club. The Pr8IJentation WU heartening i tot read thai law
this week because of the basketball BUS has five progressing and guidelines for simultaneous annual sales enforcement :'official agree
made at Knapp's
games hindering them ten In Gary Melvin Randy operation of the food meeting at the Hawaiian Village that more?amateur; ore ,robbing -
from coming out earlier. The McGovern Charlie Green.Ricky stamp and distribution pro- In Tampa. ban\, \ .. ,
two are Carl Rlherd a catcher Bennett, and Eddie IlaHn.Coach grams. i
Bernard""touiJUuns'a\ ;'a McLeod says.e .
pitcher. Alphonso Berry went r
out for baseball for one day e e :. ,

: Gaiollne stations are going u-: : ,A doctorr: ,
to be required to post octane ', ,,)
JacksonvilleBusiness rating on their pumps. This
Information will be of vital .Intereit who operates on
himselfhas
to all motorliU who Two Hornets put the pressure on Lake Butler's Bennie Hudson.
know what an octane Is.

CUBE Director Pleased 'a fool for h':.

Neaps And Activitie From : :

DirectoryAuto THE RECREATION CENTER With Large Vote TurnoutA a patient. ,: : .,


total of 1,585 votes were extremely; gratifying, Rios .. It's an old saying, but it's never made .H &R Block's charges start at $5 and
Sales and Service' cast In the February elections akU "The entire CUBB staffIs .. more sense. There are some Jobs in life last year'' averaged under ',$12-50 for
of low-Income group\ representatives to be congratulated on an that you just don't tackle by yourself. over 7 million returns we prepared.The .
Fairish to the Board ofDirectors outstanding team effort. Directed preparation of your income tax And, if we make any ,error:;in the
Motor. CUBB Economic by Mrs. Annett Hughes,
Beglnlng Tuesday March 7. of
BASSMASTERSHOLD should be
one of them. preparation of tax return
your
will Agency Inc., Nelson Rio, Executive Project Director and Mrs. Elaine -
the Recreation Deportment
TOURNAMENTThe And that's where H & R that costs you anyf Interest
conduct an exercise class for Director of the agen- McBride, Deputy; Director
SALES Bradford Baaimasters women. cy, announced; after a canvass of the agency every single Block, The Income Tax or penalty on' additional
SERVICE VOLVO of Starke held their Second: Sessions will be held twice of tile votes last week. CUBB employee contributed a People, come In. H & R taxes due while we do
PARTS quarter Tournament. Sat weekly. Tuesday and Thursday Of the 1,545 vote total, 380 large part to the success of Block is America's, N not assume the liability
26, at Orange and mornings, 10-11 a.m. In the were from Clay County; 220 the elections. Appreciations Is est tax service with '- for the additional taxes,
Always Good Used Cars. Lochloosa Lakes.There Pratt Street Recreation Cen from Union 490 from Bradford also due Cecil Higgs Training more than 6,000 conveniently ; .f we r will pay, that interest
Ml lair St. Ph. 3M-MM were 13 member fishIng ter. and 420 from Baker. Coordinator and Al Wanton located offices and penalty.
with first place going to Instructor will be Mrs. Jan- "The Interest Indicated by Program Consultant of the .
J. E. Denmark and second: die Russell wife of MSGT the number of votes cast Is State Office of Economic Op. to serve you. Our one tltrUS fee entitles
ELECTRIC MOTORS place to Denton Sumrall. Third Samuel L, Russell Jr., U. portunlty; who conducted pre- Your H & R Block yo&.toyear' I
place d S.A.F. now on duty; In vietNam election training sessions and representative Is specially 'round tax 'service i and
Garciarng rod '
PEAVY Brothers A donated Mrs. Russell has taught participated In all aspects "of trained and can assistance.! ,
by Starke Builders Supply organized exercise classes I In the activities on election day provide information on vt Come to the company
Electric. Co., for the largest Bus caught was the surrounding Tokyo area to Rlos added. legitimate income tax that more than,7.million .Y
won by McRae. military dependents. Techniques The director to also the expressed volunteer benefits and opportunities Americana: placed their con ::

Electric Motors were gained from Judo workers appreciation who served as monitors that the average' Man on the fidence in last yeiriCome{ to $.

Sold Serviced Repaired BANTAM BASEBALL and Ladles modern should dance wear Instruction loose flt- at the polls; the news media street., doesn't even know exists. the people who will !il lf out your
Generators Statera. Armature Bantam baseballers began ting clothing and bring some for their cooperation In publicizing For instance, do you know all about'next income tax return ;:efficiently,
Rewinding. oractice sessions Monday with thing to use for a mat. There the elections; the voters deductions for child care or casualty: quickly, confidentially. Come to H & R
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2328 45 boys turning out. will be a fee of 50 cents per themselves, who took advantage losses? Or, that if your income increased Block.
Coaches felt very encouraged session. Get yourself In shape of the opportunity; to over the last few years you may save
PIANOS by the number reporting the for the coming outdoor activities select their representatives to tax dollars by "income averaging?" And DON'T LET AN AMATEUR DO
first day as usually the number of the Summer. the governing body of the community
Is very thin as the boys ; action agency and. to evebo you did, would you know how to IUR BLOCK'S JOB. t
YAMAHA PIANOS take their time coming out. MEN'S SOFTBALL Herman Johnson President, !"income averaging" to begin .?.
CONN, and KIMBALL Practice sessions are being There will be a meeting of Gradford County; NAACP Chapter with?.Probably not. And there's no reason ,,
ORGANS held Monday through Friday the Men's Recreation Softball and the six members of why you should. After all, you're H&R BlockTkt
:30 5:30: p.m. Reglstralon League Monday March 6, at the Bradford County; Youth an amateur when it comes to doing I,
still for all r xra''N Council of the NAACP who contributed tu peepk.OPEN .
s open boys, ages the Recreation Department,7:30: income tax. OKMK .:
10, 11, 12) at the Pratt St. o.m. their time and energyon 4
Center. Deadline for Saturday evening to count 9 A.M.6 P.M. MON.THRU SAT. .. ..... .
: entering a team i the votes: Misses Juanita Grif- 'PHONE 9&t'8 J M"rt.'q sew I ..
In < 285 118 N
the league for this session 'WALN\I/
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wilt be' at the meeting. All Gall Randolph,and CatherIne NO'APPOIMTMEMrNEtESSARY. 'T-- 1'' nt 1:11\1': \ f m1 ruF --
TABLE TENNISTOURNAMENT teams planning to enter MUST 1 r n' j Young; and Jerome Williams. OPEMTODAY of
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"SWINGER" The first Annual Bradford Policies and procedures for 4LIGHTIIEARTEDSpring's
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County; Table Tennis Championship the coming season will be fln-
ORGANS will be held March 13-24. allied at this meeting. .J 1)
Roosevelt Mall-MMSl r Registration Is still open.Registration "HB 81 Uf.9V3
forms may be picked, WOMEN'S SOFTBALLThe ; FURNITURE up at the Recreation Departmentold Women's Recreational ,
( armory>; Softball League will hold If* l:0 b7s4 '
The Championship will be first organizational meeting J'' wttnalieq
divided Into four classifications Monday Much 12 7:30 p.m.atthenecreaUonalDepartment.. Happy Times' look is cap '.
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'!! will be divided Into the follow- .. Corky Craig of California. .19
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ryMmoa SENIOR CITIZENS Bradford's Median Age Over 12 Inches

',TiJoe Kerrigan Of Ruin Reported

Advances To 27.6 YearsA ," In Jaan. -Feb. Community News


new trend has been deve- Various reasons are attributed Bradford
to the changes taking placeIn County; received By Elizabeth
Given:
loping In Bradford County; during over 12-1/2 Inches of rain dur Walker
the last ten The local age patterns. One main reason DELL CHAPTER:: OES
years.
is the low birth rate now ing January and February, almost Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its
population has stopped getting prevailing In the U.S., and the 2-1/2 Inches more than regular Services will begin for the Greater Allen Chapel AME
younger, according to figure! trend to smaller families. ,the 50 year average for the March 2 meeting at 8 Thursday night week with rehearsal for Choir Church, Rev. C, E. Jenkins
compiled by the Census Bu p.m. In the Masonic rehearsalTuesday
The Census Bureau finds that first two months of the year. Hall on Brownlee No. 3 and Usher Board No. 2 pastor. Choir No 1
reau. women under 30 are having According to records supplied All members Street. Monday night. Senior Choir night before the first
are asked
by the Florida Forest to rehearsal Tuesday night at 7 and third Sunday. Junior Choir
children at lower rates,and are Please be
ICI Back In present and
I960, for Instance, on time,
4? for spacing/ them farther apart than Service, January's total was business of vital D.m. Wednesday night Praver Rehearsal each Wednesday
every Bradford resident did women of the previous gen 6.93 Inches, while February Girl Scouts Importance Meeting. Thursday night Story night. Services will begin with
who was older than 25.9 years-- eration. brought 5.75. The 50 year ave- the cookies to are delivering Hour at the church also. The Sunday School at 10 am. Love-
their
the median age here at that Among young adults, the tendency rage for these two months Is now. Each customers Ladles Circle will meet Thurs- feast service, 11 a.m. Communion -
time-- there was one who was now Is to marry at a later 4.33 Inches for January, and them by person taking who an order patronized day night. Friday night the service, 5:30 p.m. All

younger. date, and they usually plan'to 5.83 for February. two will help provide more hap.or Junior Choir will rehearse at members are Invited to attend.

For sveral years after that have fewer children than their piness In a Scout's life 7 p.m. Saturday at 6 p.m. Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Monthly Sunday School Teach-
the age level continued a down- parents had. Rev. Leroy Davis, Pastor Sun
Census Bureau bear out this 5 CHURCH NEWS ers conference will be held.
ward trend but then It leveled School 945. Morning service
day :
Since our last m.etIn 'fell suddenly Monday Feb. 21. trend, using/ a The value-added New All teachers are asked to
oft and finally started moving number; levy II cr| Hope Baptist Church, 10:45: with the Junior Choir
on Feb. 22, George Washing Tragedy'struck again last upward, ending at 27.6 yearsIn tio" representing the ticized as just a hidden lain Rev. L. W. Moses pastor Ser- please be present and on time. In charge. Evening service,
ton's birthday, we depleted the Tuesday afternoon right after 1970. of children under the age of tax. Nobody winti to have vices will begin with Sunday Official Board meeting Is scheduled 6:30.
Spirit of '78, the historical out meeting, when club mem- five In each community; for fun playing games any more. School at 10 a.m. Morning ser- for 6 p.m.. Sunday Is :
date that we emerged from ber Lilly Johnson fell In a vice at 11. Pastoral Day. Services will Bible Class is held each
Elsewhere In the U.S., the every 1,000 women who are In Evening service, 3
being/ a colony, and became a local store and broke her hip. Census Bureau figures Indicate the normal child-bearing ages.. The D.m. The public Is Invited to begin with Sunday School at Thursday night at 7p.m. Prayer -
nation Pictured carrying; out She Is now In Alachua General a median of 27.9, The ratio for Bradford County mm at the next desk attend. derails Solmon, reporter 9:30: Morning Worship at 11 Meeting each Thursday night
age he -
this theme toys finds basketball dull, Dinner will be served at
patriotic from a.m.
are Hospital where she will 7 Junior Choir rehearsal
Florida which p.m.
State of
while In the was 574 In I960, Is but
left): H. C. Drlscoll drummer We enjoyi the action and 12:30.: League at 4 p.m. Even- March 3 at 7
undergo surgery. sincerely Greater Bethlehem Friday night ,
In Freewill
due to the Influx of retirementage now 372. the U.S as a wholeIt color of the
; Joe Kerrigan playlnrtlte hope she conies through all newcomers the median Is 352, as compared with 346 officiating. Baptist? Church Rev. Jasper Ing service, 6 p.m. p.m.All l are asked to
and Al Nichols, The public Is invited to attend preen t
holding flag. Walter Is 32.3. In the South Atlantic States. C. Williams pastor. please be and on time.
all services.
We enjoyed playing RevoIutSon- Richardson was admitted -
cry tunes of those times .
to Bradford
on County Hospital - _
the fife, and singing patriotic where he Is
songs. tests and treatment.under';; E7 i: : aaaell

Correspondence was read tal has been sent to a heart
from Gov. Askew and Sen Bob specialist Jn Jacksonville. We Ajr
Sounders In recognition of resolution miss them all very much and layer
sent to them to promote pray that they will all be well
Oliver Jemlgan Into the soon.
Governor's Little Cabinet which Happy Birthdays celebratedwere
i would expedite the work'of the Helen V. Egan, Marlon
Florida Division of Family Services Drlscoll Della Speed Marian
and Rehabilitation.' We Batchelder..c Charlie Slmchera! (r
await a reply from Rep.Gene and Oma Cotton. Wedding Anniversaries Cyr.

I Shaw on this matter. ? were Alex and Emma r.1
.I A letter was received from Morton and Karl and Ada A A 4C
Mr. C. F. Bannell.. <,Green Hoist
Cove Springs,asktngasBlstance Our sister Club In Hamp FL
I to organize a Senior Citizens ton Is coming along fine and s A A
Club In that area. Karl"-aDd much interest !la shown by sen
Ada Hoist,, Bill and Hand Richardson '' Ion there. Nineteen older persons

,and Joe and Dorothy attended our last meeting _, .
i Kerrigan made arrangement where It was planned that we i _

to meet with our peer sin Green meet March 2 at 1 p.m. In the _____ _
I Cove on March 28 at 7:30: p.m. City Hall. Preparations were ---
I Unfortunately, In calling Green also made to hold a Covered
Cove to make final arrangements Dish Luncheon on March 16. '
we learned that Mrs. We hope to have a large turnout M Kea


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parents were the late Thomas 'Men's Men' Aluminum
Pope and Mary Ann Calhoun \
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Matheny of Madison. He attended Dress Slacks Leather Loafers ? Chairs

t Hickory Grove and Oak Ftare Sturdy( diir*
Grove schools in Madison County I tags conbln or straight. Popular Penny 1t? vt 1 Weinhs to ?60Ibi r"G oblf, tubular
great styling with gonulrw 1
y, Precision .e ? aluminum
; and Florida State Nor- shape and I leather uppers. Hand 1 \ mechanism. Enameled folding! from
mal College at DeFunlakSprings. tyllng "llh a i sewn vamp for steal ce... Laminated with, watttr-
He taught school In high quality (flexibility. Longwearing vinyl caver Choose y fall arms.
Madison and Bradford counties, weave In solid*, sole heel. from white ora + 5 vnrtieol' ,
store in stripes and Black or Cordovan? A nor tod cola. Tr' 8 horizontal
and later 'operated: a plaids all Size 6"'to' 12. +
roc d i 'Ward -City.1; He was poetmae"Fer'from permanent pas _multicolored
r "to aft ,. trfiizes, 30 ., Sav 2 r 00 y ,50".2.00'M bhing'ilrl!Ps.
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1918 1926 opera-1'
; 104.'. + V Save 16yy
"", ,,,..,,,::m. .ted omblnatlon, gin mOL t. a ..r.... Matching, imiTticolorea
rgMsTinTand; cotton and a+ e' chaise launnn has 6
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Mr and Mrs. Morgan Fops also engaged In farming. / ( vertical and 15harizontn .: '_
Matheny. of 1227 S.E. 32nd St., .,u. run (Ivr"vmhs .)
Gainesville, and former residents In the late 1920's he helped WarLdl.NOW1.11 .iY1rO
of cooker, will celebrate .
I organize the Brookers Growers '
their 65th wedding anniversary Association, and was sec
I o March 7. They exchanged retal7-treasurer of the organization
marriage vows on until It was dissolved r *
I March .7, 1907 In the Ward City; when the depression of the !' arvJ
I Baptist Church, with the late I930's produce prices In northern trr 1Ph --
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Batteries
Excedrin ban. 9 volt
Rev. W. F. Malphurs perform markets to drop below act- liquid-Plnmr I Ilt r
ing the ceremony. Ward City ual shipping costs at a time. noxzema >la r Snileo full.. pawn 9 volt
was the original name of the h by Clorox>t r i I ,j ,v "' I ( 1"1" batteries; or* final 'for
town of Brooker. 'd J J Ii x most transistor rodio, nrvj
present Mr. and Mrs. Matheny met ,
; Liquid drain opener loosens hair, (. J I I toys, Fresh power packedgrease
: Mrs. Matheny was born on when she was taking a book- and organic hiottw. Keeps Eicedrin>I .;;.. -."" "::: e # r ,f batteries provide. full oporat
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August 13, 1876 at Ward City; keeping course which was drains clean and free flow'lnjJ. Nonema Dan Roll, On '' ing( efficiency., |Limit, 1
the daughter of the late Ems being taught by her future hus Will not harm plumbing. ;32:? Fl. Oz. : + Tablets F + Save 40%
Priest and Margaret Godwin band. In 1933 they moved to w = :SUn Cream Deodorant .
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Ward. She attended the school Tampa and bought asmall orange I \ tvsa'all.dap. t ,," .
at the Old Fine Hill school fD ;pgitreli ? F.,4.JMoIJo.< .,.. '
grove. During World WarD @ ode p rala+sftip
north of town and later at- Mr. Matheny worked witha <:lear'"tor"f pro> elonl .
Ounceg
T blet. A Ounce'. 1
tended nursing school for a shipbuilding firm, and after .r
short time at St. Luke's Hos- the war he was employed witha t

Pltal, In home Jacksonville when hermother, but returned building In 1951.contractor until retiring [ 1-7 Eagle :, Eagle 12 Oz.Glass.

became critically ill, and remained Re-web Kits Motor Oil Algicide
with the younger children Mr and Mrs. Matheny; sold
after the death of her mo- their orange grove and movedto 100 polypropylene.o heavy duty N on rtergent. YOU7! HOI-Cet S KKls 1 and con. it Tumblers17ft.
ther.Mrs. Fort McCoy. They later Beautify( your / \ 30 or 40W. Prn- r" +.k, Y. trols and black nnr Dimpletexftirmi-

Matheny's parenti Here sold their farm there and } old furniture by vents sludge. In Sideposits. Cookware Ice Cube ,, ilgne.green Pro
early settlers of Bradford moved to their. present homeIn mixing or match r M ath- wocalongeolasUee
I traaeesenginr .. Assortment e vets lumbl"" ..
County; and her father servedin 1958 1 on wood or metal. f power. 1 Quart i Trays B II -- nlnn foot: fare 397.fav.337.
the Florida Legislature. He The Mathenys have two ".. ? f, .. .=
donated land for Ward City's; children, Thomas Emra, of u"c ;
first school, railroad depot. Ocala, and Ortho Kendreth. ofGainesville .-'
Masonic Lodge, and Baptist ; 13 grandchildren, ......
Church. He was a veteran of and 15 greatgrandchildren.They .
War. are members of the Centenary .I' ''' CL $ Dan '
Civil
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born Nob- United Methodist was lr? 'low
Mr. Matheny was
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ember 9, 1883 near Hanson, Church '1 Men'srnri \ on W 1l. Ladies'

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l Save 337. 33'1.
In many colors ... Belts
m REGULATIONSCrosby Mj terrific for spars oauc. r -I Stretch
wear. Full cut (flat! Genuine Hor* 1 1 r '" Slacks I k
knit 100' combed nets f leather, t
fir Lake Memorial Park. eaten with reH loll or Alt'-' tsar. r++.'
j} forced G", forour
sag-re. stout rwrfaatIo' for I ot lO'Jatautl
dM neck; shor Sleeve; decoration and "/ ae'IVO Ilf.. Flare
:H' (Cemetery) r ehet* pocke .(double. prong ''rags. elas I 'Ic I waist' and
0m f/ Size M to XL, ue-les! -? to4rSavclOtt I ladles r I t..,Ietsdfrontereose.,

Starke, Florida ji!. ., _- Save 20% Men's 1 .! Jersey /2 \ A.sarncolaInk.tr sues 8 to 1 It.,

1; Price of a single grew space $125) Includes Mir .."." Flight Bootsindiorelv Dresses / Sovel.OI
annual carol : f t UtiI f .
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styled lul'td for htlln''y Ate.2 '.
:W A Burial Permit must be obtained before making conformable route 6 I BI
Interment In Crosby Lake Memorial Park. Fee $:: as*. Fine quatl'y ; ;oN, ed ey..
,::::. an lock leather e ?low '"''.
end!
t tor permit Is $10, payable in advance of Interment fj 1.1 I t rou,' out.'lies r xinyp i e' !l- Lot-)
6' tot I 1..
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3'j} No copings, headstones, shrubbery, or trees- will ; : 4' Boys
{:f:: be permitted In Blocks N, 0, P, Q, R, S, and T Men'sBetter Sav.2,00 Sov.1.00 @ '

t of Crosby Lake Memorial Park. :: Shirts a BIjie.DenimDungarees Girls'

:; Use of copings In other areas is discouraged, but : ly C hat .'.ev.s. e..au. :.. r '... :
Ss Slacks
{::: !If used, must be not over one Inch above surface II t + r i ,, ',ifu'l", '! > 'ai'oreJ:! Toner..H In .MrII! .;T avy
?::: of the ground. New plantings of large shrubberyand If. I ,and 0> .*e I' 0.pr4.'.I"unkaequo'do. 50S 'onSCR
$:::;; trees will not be permitted In any area of the ,' ,' ret Women Nurses OxfordsJaie iotn""-'. Pnrf.orfit' polyester, Zlpr'edsloe ;
sole .I'd flare le l. -, stvllnn, closure, cutro
: cemetery III P "I''i il''! f f I f t s' sites 14e,. f f. aJ + Easy Wonder core uppers wif rlbtei'itf wipe crone clean,' 4 pncVvt, one tipperdartre vide belt loops. White
{I iV 'il ** to I 16, and colors 7 to 14.
No wooden outside burial receptacles will be permitted 1 rv, ijsMone Innersole. he.! 5 *o 1CWWfSt *

y.r: In any area of CroebyLake, Memorial Park. Save 207. Save 21% Savst 2O71 Save 20%

: : Concrete or steel vault are permlssabls. .
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terms may be arranged In special ca.... {.:
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The right Is reserved by Crosby Lake Cemetery : ((0V m} MS Sf CROWWff
Association to enter upon any and all lots for the J

purpose of care, maintenance, and bsainiflcatton., ?

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Feb.27, 1912

IL.L '
Dear Effort ,
Priorto D e. 1941 while the

war between Germany and Russia -
wan going on the people of
: the United Slates were divided.
Article Five Deserves Support Some saying we should enter
the war, against Germany, others -
L 1 t believing, we should stay

In Spite Of FlawEvery : Et tl out of defenses.It and build Then up our came military the-

Japanese attack on Pearl Har-
bor, the-1 American people became -
'
good thing apparently must I completely united. We
lation must be lawyers.
were at war, and must put In
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have at least one "bug and the 'ar's
l'tlort
t total
our for victory.
proposed change In Florida's Con This means that If Article Five + The people were willing to sacrifice -
stitution known as Article Five, which becomes effective small counties, such for victory. They accepted ->
will appear on the March 14 ballot, Is as Bradford, which are fortunate in kMu j rationing of food, clothIng -,

no exception. having a qualified lawyer as county gasoline, tires and other
,
necessities In order to insurea
judge, may have to throw open the ,
For the better part of 20 the plentiful supply of materials
years doors and elect a candidate who may to our fighting men and allies
Florida legislature has attempted with have no specialized knowledge of the for they all knew without vic

little success to reorganize the state's complex operation of a county court. tory pea.i: was Impossible.;;
hodge-podge court system with its 16 '

layers of trial courts. Under the 'reform act, the EighthCircuit's All Americans' were proud
of their men who were fighting
three. present Judges, John for freedo.m The churches of
The reform act which will go beforethe Murphree, George L. Patten, and a r 1
all denominations
displayed the
voters on March 14 is generally John Crews, will be untouched, but names of their{ parishioners who

viewed as a vast Improvement over two additional Judges would be add were serving In the armed forces -

the one which was narrowly defeatedIn ed to the slx..coun1f.circuit.; bring Early Kindergarten SceneThis of the United States. No
a referendum several years ago. ing the total to five. church services were held that

Therefore, the current edition is given idyllic did not Include prayers for *

an excellent chance of being approved Although Alachua County Is well a- believe It kindergartenscene or not -- dwelling house, once, was known later as the Rivers one-time principal of the old Mary Canov.? Luclle Mitchell, victory.home-on All servicemen leave who -
occupied were furlough
by the voters. It has been bove the 40,000 mark, which would was taking place about 1914 or by the D.E. Knight family before Starke Institute, Starke' first Harriet Bitch, Eugene Matthew were respected and or trea--
public school. .t r
endorsed by the Florida Bar Association require Its county judge ,to be a law 15 on the corner now utilizedby being moved from the site. ssell Daniel. VirginiaWe ted withgreat, hospitality by 'd(
and most of the state's major yer, it Is pointed out editorially by the Community State Bank The kindergarten teacher was Not all of the children are Ruby Cta'vls.. George the American people because ,
of Starke parking lot. The bank Mrs. S.F. Hamrick, daughterof identified but among those John Sammy Sternberg, they loved them and wanted to
newspapers. the GalnesvUle Sunthat the circuit ,
Itself now stands where the table (not J
around the
the well-known! educator, Professor seated Louise Stewart, Dave Mitchell, keep up (heir.morale so that a
also contains five other counde.all house Is shown. This two-story George Looney who given In order as seated) are; could
victory be
wa* and Carlyle Ritch. won at the ,'
lit effect It will abolish all IF
small ones In which county judge- earliest possible moment. And '
of Florida courts except the ships are essentially partime) jobs. so with a united effort the ?

Supreme Court, the District Cotutd victory was$ ,won and the fightIng i

of Appeal, Circuit Courts, and County Says the Sun: "Taking Bradford as U. S. 301 Official l Sees Old Courthouse cam, ito an end--, But the H
Courts. Criminal courts. Juvenile an example It has a fine county : Am ericanlpoople were conned

courts, justice of the peace courts, judge in Theron A. Yawn who Is into believing that we must .,;

\ and other special courts will ceaseto paid about $13,500 a year and, witha As Means Of Stopping Tourists HereAgreement belong to secure to a World world peace.Body in Since order ?,

exist after January 1, 1973, If Article salary like that, naturally practices the Inception of tho United i'a't
Five is approved. Municipal courts law on the side. I tlon; there, has been continued

will not be ,* ,J i.:.... .etliat .. that Bradford the highway, from Baltimore wars,,and,without a single ex.t
but will be phased out over a four- "Unless the Legislature raises the County's; old courthouse could to Sarasota and that the old, buildings and other sites tohelp'today's cially, and would also promote ceptloti they,jhave been for the 'iw
become an Important tourist young people "relate to fellowship by working togetheron benefit ofj communism' >y
year period, and must be gone by salary drastically, we can expect five attraction voiced courthouse here would be included their past. a worthwhile project," he <'
was last '
'- *' *' week If It Is preserved as What Intftfc"Woria r
1977. Matter" :ler the risdictlon of fmilt's: county judges to getuw said. nap.
by Traugott Kern executive planned by the Historical Soc Mr: Kern said that with the pined to"(lie'United i.::. ,,:s of p"
of ., h.u iw u um business. And who will replace vice
president of the U.S. 301. ,
iety. phenomenal success f Disney America? Cries for
Pointing to the victory
great restoration are ;
died by the Cll'.ait jurts and County them? The proposed reform does Highway Association Inc. with
; "Statistics show that 40 per World, traffic on 301 Is destinedto work that Is being done In unheard of. While our men are
Courts. not require county ,judges to be law- headquarters in Rocky Mount, cent of tourists In Florida have continue Increasln Me said 'Savannah, Ga. and many other fighting and dying for our free- *

H ',k counties under 40,000 popu- N.C.On the time and money to stop at that all organizations mid IndivIdUals towns and cities, the 301 of- dom they are being smeared, !
Another improvement which should lation. So the Circuit might well end a visit to 'Starke In the Interest points of Interest along their in btarke should Join flclil said that every effort slandered and'' the!.' morale '
of continued
{ upgrade appointments to fill judicial with five county judges who are promotional route If worthwhile attractions In the effort to preserve and si! uld be made to preserve, weakened! by the very ones for .
up efforts for 301
Kern
Mr. said "
are available, the 301 official utilize the old whom ''
\ courthouse as a rather than destroy buildingsof they are fighting.Wo near ,
vacancies Is the provision that a Governor former circus roustabouts who don'tknow the Association hoped In the future said community project. historical interest no prayers for victory In our .

4 will be required to fill such the Bill of Right's from a mullet to public a special,map He also pointed out the need "A tourist attraction would "They become more valuable churches. The clergy seldom if

vacancies from nominations made by wrapper." pointing up historic sites along for...preservation. of historic benefit the community; (finan each year," he declared. ever mention our prisoners c*
judicial nominating commissions com war who are suffering cruel,

prised of lawyers and non-lawyers. As a matter of fact, Judge Yawn ..: "" .:" t tortures and are being used as /,

Approximately; ninety; percent of all'' has already stated that unless the ..:. nt :; 7 ; I !If. d'eromasyt. :i, jjy'Martha Suehiceain,J i:;tsudt "1 i I J&oM hilts! Think"by art! of communist InNSaaitfagonJ).: enter ?.;,. ,':
News" J
judges"ln the ".taw.'were""ortglttUty: I 'legislature Intervenes to increase the 'G'oun1f: g '" -;::nnrrflff/ifl) County: Extension } 'Iv I ii''' 4e, $.,;of H. the families and parents

appointed to office to fill a vacancy. salary In' small counties, as set by .l't/l !fj Home Economics Agent nT" who are fighting such a lonely vj:!

Therefore, the creation of nominating statute, he will leave the office at the By Bobby L. Taylor battle to have these prisoners

commissions should help remove( 'the end of his present term, with the pos- Cot a call from a produce of Mlrex bait at County -- rescued. Today the cries and -
judiciary from politics and Improvethe sibility that he might, run for one of man In North Carolina this week your Let's hurry so we can save some in ice cubes' and use prayers are | for peace. !How ,.<
calibre of judges. the two circuit judge positions to be asking about our strawberry Agents office In Starke. Anyone time to wait! that In place of Ice.,With some can there btf..a' just peace as u;,.
created.In situation and wanting some of or group of folks can call Well let's don't hurry too of the sweeter oranges you long as Communism, which, Is .. .
our famous Bradford County or com by to get bait for much, but let's do try to conserve might not want any sugar at dedicated to the destruction uf
The overall effect of the proposed Strawberries.Even their farm. The bait Is In 50 our energy as well as all rellglon",, ts? I not '
amendment Is undoubtedly good, but spite of this, Judge Yawn says the though one or two growers pound bags. We cannot open our time and maybe we can do all.This Is a good picker upper hear any prayers for >u con* ,,?
the fly in the ointment is the effect proposed judicial: reform is such an are still picking a few ber- the bag, but any landowner can ,one or two of those other thingswe for those 11 o'clock droops. version of the Comm jnists.The
it will have on the county court system improvement over what we have that ries, most of the crop was damaged purchase a bag and divide It would like to do. Try It You'll like It! trap that we Jiave fallen Into Is '?;..
and set back by our recent with others. We'll be happy to During the special! Interest expressed In' the,,now familiar um.
In Florida's 4J counties under he Intends to vote for It on the March
saving "Communism 'Is
here.
rains and cold weather. explain the procedure and the day held Tuesday, at the Bradford r
40,000 population, 6f which BradfordIs 14 ballot. County Agriculture Auditorium Local I Doctors) therefore we;rnjst tolerate It. ..
Indications are that It will be application of bait to you at / >
one. two or three weeks before we any time. several recipes were DonultSC'f'i( To me this i I/b): ocrlsy.: How r\
If voters do approve Article Five will have any volume of ber- demonstrated. One was Potato can a free,://latton 'sunl\'e If ,',
Article Five provides thai all judges they w ill be voting to update the Florida ries to speak of. We still don't Pancakes and they are a real To Head Start it puts up vylth an organization ...

will be required to be ,ill time judicial system that was founded know Just how badly the straw breeze with a blender and any Dr. J. Michael Collins, whose It?sole:,purpose-Is to destroy -. (t.. ;
berry root system was da- Many of our agricultural organizations king of griddle or fry pan. optometrist, of Ralford, and ty:; '
and has remained
judges and will not be allowed to in 1885 relatively maged. We do !know that It are planning and It's a good thing It doesn't Dr. James Mlneslnger. opto- The answers? is:, simple: It OJ
practice law "on the side" as most untouched) while almost every other take a healthy root system to conducting some real good take long to fix them becauseyou metrist associated with Dr. Can't I say,(this; anyone who . small county judges now do to augment article of the old Constitution has been support and make a heavy crop meetings next week. usually have to make a Whtffen's office in Starke, donated does not actively oppose Com- >>
their salaries, which are set revised and the legislative and exe- of fruit with desirable size and Farm Bureau Is having a good couple of batches dependingon their time and services monism, Is actually: supportingit. ", '
II'I by statute. branches quality.; public relations meeting with your crowd and their ap to the Head Start Program In .. If your house. Is on fire and
cutjvr of government have There Is a lot of activity In Board of Directors of neigh- petite. January to screen the eyes yoj do nothing, to put It out,
uiv. 'rfe-one/ vast reform. the fields throughout the County. boring Counties at the Holiday of children enrolled In this you have become pi party to its -
j Realizing that in the smaller counties Some of the higher land is Inn In Starke tonight ,POTATO PANCAKES program In the counties of Clay, destruction..You,can kneel down <.
I there are few, if any, lawyers In view of the overall benefits, wee being prepared for corn and The Bradford-Union Cattle' 1 11/2 cups Pared Potatoes Union, Baker and Bradford.The and pray to,God, but the house ...'.
: who will be willing to give up their might well follow Judge Yawn's exam- tobacco. There Is a lot of Interest man' s ,Association will havean (cubed), !1/4 cup milk, 2 eggs, screening session was will burn to ashes. Of course, .<"
I remunerative private practice to assume ple and vote for Article In Improved cultural "eating meeting" next I slice onion, 4 parsley sprigs, set up by Dr. Collins, with the Communism ,canJ>be defeated ,-:,
I( Five trusting practices with these crops suchas Thursday March 9, at the A-. 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup all- help of Dr. Mlnesinger and Dr. only with the help, of God. but ';'
their responsibilities of county that the Legislature will In'some herbicides for weed control grlculture Building In Starke.' purpose flour,1/4 teaspoon baking Whi'fen. The staff of the Union God does this work through our, ,.1'1>
I judge, the framers of Article Five way make it possible for small counties and better control of Insects Dr. Bobby Anderson of the- powder. County; Head Start Center was hands Just as the devil does his >''*
removed the restriction that county to retain their legally ''trained and nematodes. Growers are Gainesville Animal Hospitalwill Puree 1/2 cup potatoes, milk, trained to help carry out the work through the actions of c'll!
judges in counties under 40,000 popu judges. having to use chemicals and speak on bull evaluation and eggs and onion 20 seconds. Add tests and to work with Dr. Atheistic tonrnunlsm; if we,
i mechanical methods where pos preparation of bulls for the upcoming parsley and another 1/2 cup Collins in preparing the Baker would return to ajife of sanity -
sible to offset the shortage and breeding season potatoes. Puree 20 seconds.Add Bradford and Clay County stop watering down our
cost of labor. If you are readyto The North Florida Poultry flour and baking powderand centers. religious beliefs,, and divine
Dual use herbicides or a new Producers will meetnextTuesday -. Puree 20 seconds, adding Approximately 130 children traditions, accept life of pen- .
il FoodStampA practice, give me a call and we March 7, at 7:30: p.m. also last 1/2 cup of potatoes through were screened, with Union nance and self denial, return to u:
I will discuss the latest recommendations at the Agricultural Building In opening In top while motor Is County's children receivingtests the moral standards of our .
Starke. A speaker from the running. Pour 1/3 cup of bat- at the Union County Cen- forefathers, we would show God
: nd Commodites Program Farmer's Home Administration ter on hot buttered griddle for ter and children front the remaining that we are on his side and .
\ will discuss finances -- one of each pancake. Bake until brownon three counties being Hs} help would, be showered "'
the most important phases of both sides. Makes 8 pancakes tested at the Bradford County down on us. With much sacrl- '
It Is with interest we learn this answer given locally by state or fed We've mentioned our Fire Ant agricultural production.) Center, located at the Old Anderson flee and hard work communism ,
week that the U.S. Department of Agriculture eral officials is that the free food problem In recent columns and Swine Producers will meet at Junior High School In would be defeated, the enslaved '; .
Is seeking public opinion on to Institutions and schools.Bradford promised to get out Information 7:30: p.m. Tuesday,*March 15. - Lawtey. Tests were made by nations freed and we would go '"-
about a control program. ; Building Dr. Collins and Dr. Mlnesing- on with the wisdom'' of Cod to
the possible dual operation of the food schools this year are receiving henixirrence
Now it's getting on warmer *
Ralph Brown of the Division and Dr. Kary building a better world. .
_ stamp and commodities programs. more commodity foods than of Plant Industry Is In chargeof Mathls will discuss the outlook weather and a quick refresher er.The Full Year Head Start The words of Abraham Lin- 't

1 ever, and are finding" it difficult to the State Fire Ant Program.He for our swine producersat is frothy orange Juice. Per- Program sponsored by CUBB coin ring very,clear, "'lo re- /i'.;
-There has been concern locally about utilize free foods In the quantities says that It Is time to this meetng. haps you have. had some at Economic Agency, Inc., serves main silent when 'they 'know ,V.;
phasing out distribution of commodityfoods being distributed. "bait" the fire ants now. We the State Fair. It Is real reshlng low-Income children of Clay they should speak out makes '"
1. ,' and of Vitamin Baker and Bradford ", "'
In Bradford County with will plan to cooperate with Mr. course, Union cowards of men. The majority; ; ;
along
Brown and our folks who havea C filled with fresh orange Counties. "Many of' the services of men have remained! silent too '.*
Institution of the food stamp program Some use should be made of these problem with these pests 'The Poultry and Livestock Juice. needed by these children long. It Is the minority; who has '

for the needy.\ While members of the surplus foods. Giving them to the Mr. Brown left a few bags Show of the Bradford ,County Depending on the orange Juice cannot be given without the been heard. We must no longer .. '
County Commission the agency operating needy seem. to us as good a solutionas and your particular sweet taste support of professionals such ,be cowards. Abe Lincoln also :.
( the commodity; program for the giving to institutions or schools.It add approximately 4 to 6 Ice as Dr. Collins and Dr. Mine, said that If our Republic were ; .
cubes to 1 cup juice and ap- singer, along with the time ,ever destroyed It would be from '
have their .
six offered
past years, assistance The Bradford County
proximately I tablespoon con- and cooperation of other com- within. That,' my friends, is .". :
: In making the food stamp Is true, as has continually been TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED fectioner sugar. Mix in blender munity agencies and volunteer exactly what Is happening our ...
program go here, they did question; stressed that the food stamp program and enjoy. If you have plenty workers In these commun day. rI'
abolishment of the free foods pro- will benefit local businessmen. It Is 1879ASSOCrATVON of orange juice freeze ides" Mr. Rios said. Your truly. !!h""

gram. obvious that It will cost taxpayers Follow-up 'visual examln- Paul 1. Mwig
when businessmen redeem stamps at Fair Is to atlon..1n the four-county; area 1 fv
open everyone. will be needed by approximately '
!I'? >>:
Poor management of money made full value. If surolus foods already Adults, 4-II and FFA mem- 30 per cent of the children :i. '
A It necessary that some families obtain purchased by the government with tai: t.IMuaFLORI bers and other youth are urged ,tested. "Fven'thlng will be done

free food, It was pointed out. dollars are available they certainly A ESS I to enter their prize animals that can be done by the Head
this year. If you do not receive Start Program to see that these
HoW will these families have the little should be used, not wasted. form
or have an entry t children receive necessary attention -
cash necessary to purchase food calf or come by our office. recommended by Dr. .r."
tamps even at greater reduced prices Perhaps there Is need for a dual Remember, deadline for entries Collins and Dr. Mineslnger," ',;."
utilizing both stamps and rE.L. Rios said. ',1' ,
thf- commissioners asked. program this year will be March 15th.
free foods. Local citizens, especially
Premium books for the Brad- OF THANKSI
Tben.1a I also the question of what those most )taowtedgable In this area ford County; Fair scheduled for wish CARD to express my sincere TREES HEl1 HlKt
MATTHEWS Edlfor-Pwbll.h.r.
use will be made of commodity; foods should make their opinions known to Published each Second April 5-8 should be ready for appreciation) for every prayer nit Naw FUR ,..;"
entered
and WIIJTiR"t11N.
P formerly, used ,by the county.. Best the Agriculture Department. Class Matter at the Thursday Past Offic at Stark oa Florida' distribution soon.. Copies will and for In every Interest act of during kindness my' .M 5txtf W4rtR AND FUR ;.:..:'
be available at office, theChamber shown my
under Act of March 187(. our
3rd
recent Illness. These remom- sJMMEt USE ,"
Commerce,
Subscription In trade areac'1 ,.ar,' $5.00; Outside of brances will always be cheri- '0'
Schools and other public plac-
tred area: 1 year, 550. shed. -- A. J. Thomas .Sr.' .', '
... Help keep mi ..,UJetJiTORiALS are r

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... -iI 4, ,-.- HAMPTONMrs By Karen Supsky>> i 301 1 DRIVEINShow

$ r'I\ ( Jack Ewell), has three
"" BABY SHOWER children. The Ewells make their would like to make the acquaintance
v Patricia Cosnell. of Hampton of her new neighbors, I
NOTICE OF home In North Carolina. Tho- Begins At Sundown
SHERIF 'SySALE: : Barry! Blair Campbell Hili- to law was guest of honor for man and wife Carol, and their feel sure you will be pleasantly
:l.NoUee ,ta hereby given that band February IS. 1972. a
,> baby shower at Hampton City two children live In Hawaii I surprised upon meeting her.
*! p. D. Redd1.h. NOTICE OF SUIT
Sheriffof
M /aPaUy Ab) U Taylor; Hall '
Bradford County, Florida. Tot Barry B. Campbell, M.D. Administrator The ho iwerFwaslgfvsn by where Marines.he Her Is stationed In the Mr and Mrs. Grady Connell FRI., SAT. MARCH 3,4

under and by virtue of' Writ C. 0. Mall Boom, Box *W. Estate l o(James W. A- her close friend, Jane Hartley also youngest eon. Terri, Terence, and Theresa
Mike having two children
of, Execution( to-wlt U. S Naval Hospital. San Die bell deceased. to congratulate' her on her with Cosnell Ada Mae Thomas and
along his
/ wife
Execution baud out ot Small go. California B2134 First publication 24th Feb coming arrival Marie
on due In May make their home In Long la- Jane Hartley all spent Sunday
Claim Courtof Bradford Counter You are hereby notified that ruary, 1972. and to help her to properly land. before last In Daytona for the
Florida pursuant to a Final Jones Love Campbell has filed 2/24 4t '/ greet the baby. Daytona 500.
Judgement for Southern Discount a suit against you In the Circuit A violet and pink color Kathryn Is quite friendly and

Company of Starke. Florida Court of 'Florida. Eighth scheme was used fit decorating. -
and against J. T. 'Pad- Judicial Circuit In and for In the Circuit Court Eighth A blue and pink cake ,,
gett & Alma Padgett, 'defen- Bradford County me suit being JwHctal Circuit of Florida In with like booties and rattlesof FLORIDA THEATRE .. /.n..P An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL tttfur*4
dants, In the a mount$400.00 entitled The Marriage of Jo- and For Bradford County; sugar spoke the sentiments M1I I AmtfKM IntftnwIMMl P.hm,,Me.

together with costs of collect- flex Love Campbell Wife, and CIVIL ACTION of the event with "Rock-a-
Barn Blair Campbell Hus Case No. 1267 Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 3:00 PLUS
IonHave Bye-Baby" written across the : Sunday : Saturday 1:00
seized and have In my band. The nature of this suit Dennis W. Griffin and Ruby

possession the following desCribed la for dissolution of marriage. 'Crlffls. Ms wife Plaintiff -vo- Family members and guests

personal property; to- You are required, to die your B.Bends Belcher C. his Belcher wife Defendant and Lois present Included Mary Jane FRI., SAT., SUN. MARCH 3, 4, 5 -, ..-:::.- WE DARE YOU NOT TO SCRUM
wits answer or other pleadings to +, ,_ "
NOTICE Jones, Hazel Thomas (Patri : -. WHEN YOU SCt.
IBM CtovmlAt 1 Pick Uo TrucktD4CI44A137861 : the Petition with the Clerk of OP SUIT- cia's mother. Barbara and ::,.r 1::::: .,".-: i ;3I \
Tee # t5G/K 971 said Court and to serve a copy NO PROPERTYTO Tracy Bruno Terri Cement 11, ::- v Ba.B =
s RJii.s
::
thereof Petitioner of Petitioner's :
upon Ada ) Debbie .
Mae (Sister Thomas
Title J1M4610 attorneys, whose You are hereby notified that all of ;r 'A............l a.l...flW-
Hampton
As the property; of the above names and address appear below an action for Mortgage Foreclosure and McKlnney Jane Smith of Graham. -.f :._:::: .,: M.twllr m. ..-....._1

named defendant and ,,that, on not later than March 7, has been filed againstyou Patricia la very well pre- '7 ':j nroKMuc COLOR -.=:=

Monday the 13th day of March," 1972. Herein, fall DOt, or a and you are required to pared for her new arrival,having lIP+OIE.a..w. 1I00PAPi
1972 at twelve o'clock Noonon default will be entered against served a COW of your written received useful\ gifts.
said day on the premises you for your failure, to ans- defenses If any to It. on Cheplalnutr'1 Best of luck many to you Pad -. .w pt', SUN, MCN. MARCH 5, 6a
\
Of the Bradford County Jail, wer or plead. attorney whose ,
'
I will offer for sale and sell Dated this 28th day of January name and address Is GeorgeH. ....41J. -

to the highest bidder for cash A. D. 1972. Pierce P, O. Drawer 1030 KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS ; J. ;; _: \
In ,hand, the above described Gilbert S. Brown Starke Fla. and (lie the original Kathleen Morgan Is Ham -" ', ': r :

property of said defendant to: Clerk of the above entitled. with the clerk of the ton's latest arrival, being here :' : :; VT
satisfy the aforesaid Execu Court above styled court on or be since the latter part of Jan- eetYPksr.i ,
,
tion. By: Beulah M. Moody; fore March 13. 1972: otherwisea uary. Mrs. Morgan resides In t ,.v .s'
Clerk Judgement may be entered and bought Mrs. Woods old ," [> heodirVfor or-
ft/ P. D. RecIcII.h'SlIer1ft' Fagan Deputy, Crouch, Anderson & against you for the relief demanded home on SR 325, Just within ....., '.....f the i i r A
In t the complaint or petition. City limits.
,the Hampton
Bradford County. Folds Attorneys for Petitioner Mrs. Morgan settled In Hampton 1-7-A 'I IAUd4'HIN'PEACE PLUS

Florida 212 S. E. First Street WITNESS my hand and the for Its quiet and serene
2/17 4t' 3/9 seal of said Court on Feb. 15, atmosphere and Florida's war- !'

., Gainesville Florida 32601 1\72. mer climate. Her home for the ...., SHAm lib name.fHAFTSlhh9ante.
2110 4t a/2
Gilbert S. Brown past has been
In The Circuit Court of The As Clerk of said Court York,i0L ng Island being her

Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida NOTICE OF INTENTION TO B)': Betty EdwardsAs last place of residence while
In and For Bradford Coun REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Deputy; Clerk there. Mrs. Morgan originally N/MLt-AA.-w ants.d n+aw.e.-a. aaaIwN/ w ra.aa..

ty.; >Case* 1260 (Court Seal) came from Ohio.
Notice la
In Re: The Maniacs of ftev. the hereby given that 2/24 4t 3/16 Kathryn Is presently In the Walt Disney's
,
under the
undersigned
'ford C. Evans Jr.. Husbandand provision -
oT 2(5,953( Laws of Florida processnd rebuilding her new
L. Evans Wife
Judy
,
Acts of 1941 will making changes to
SUIT'' register s..gHATTII
NOTICE OF
NOTICE
suit her personal tastes. Much
with the Clerk of the Cir-
TOt! Judy L. Evans Route 1 1. I will not be responsible) for of t the labor she is doing her-
cuit Court In and for Brad- WMl UJCU VWTSON and NUTH tMUVIEKaoinvonscoLL
e
Buffalo' South Carolina 29321. debts made other than METROCOLORoOo
by anyone '
IEI'JAMn TEe 1'\: I. IAn
ford County Florida SYFTTWANA MT1EN'
; :
fire upon self.Mrs.
You Hereby Notified that myself. William C. Loper.
proof of publication of this Morgan has four children ..w..w.wwusnruro+-r..nw-wwwww.
divorce has been notice [OB* MGMO
an action for the fictitious name of 2tp. 32.NOTICE. and 11 grandchildren. Her
Died against you and you are Bradford County Abstract Com oldest son, Phillip, and his
required to serve a 'copy of OF INTENTION TO wife Mary have four. Phillip -
under which
pany, we are engaged -
written defenses If REGISTER FlCmOUS) NAME
any.
your
la In the Army and now
In business at 858 N.
to It on SHAW AND KOPELOU- McMahon Flo Notice Is hereby given that, stationed Germany.Her next,
Street
Starke.
SOS, Attorneys for Plaintiff rlda. the undersigned, under the provision and only daughter Virginia FRESH
whose address Is 142 West Call of 2 .95S Laws of Flor- FLORIDA GRADE A
J.' R. Kelly. Thelma A. Din-
Street, P. O. Box 1086, Starke. kina d/b/a ida. Acts of 1941, will register
Florida 32091 and file the original BraclrordCounb'Abstract with the Clerk of the Circuit STARK ES
with the Clerk ,of the Co. Dated this 8th day Court In and for Bradford Be sure ,to mention account
of February A.D.1972 atStarke. number name and address, as
Court before
above-styled; on or County, Florida, upon proof
Bradford County, Florida. published In this notice. Unless LOWEST
March 20. 1972 otherwise a of publication of this notice
Judgment may be entered alPD.m.t -' 2/17 4tchg 3/9 the fictitious name of Ham proof of ownership !la presented

: you for the relief demanded mond's Discount House, under to the holder by May 17,
-- RasFOOD
1972, the property will be delivered -
In the Complaint which I am engaged In business
WITNESS my hand apd, the NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE at 301 North Starke, to the Administrator.
teal of said Court on the '4 Notice la hereby given that Florida. .Thereafter all further claims PRICES !

day of J, P. D. Reddish, ai Sheriff Mildred Hammond, solo owner must be directed to the Admin

Gilbert Brown, of Bradford County; Florida, whose address Is Rt. 2, istrator. 320 S. WALNUT.
As Clerk of Said Court under and by virtue of Writ Box 29 A, Starke Florida. Da- Fred 0.- Dickinson Jr. SUPERMARKETS

By: Virginia F. Darby of Execution to-wlt: ted this 18th day of FebruaryA. As Administrator d

SEALeputy"Clerk; J *. Claims Execution Court Issued of Duval out of County Small D. 1972 at Start, Brad- 3/2 I 4t 3/23 aoya f
,
',
i ford County; Florida... '' ... if
,Florida pursuant'10 : tt"lu.r
Financee H"
First publication f' iIan12I NOTICE j
:
: r 'r-II
j(I 1' ,
1972. Judgement for General a/to. IU .. ) CENTER
h", 1 ?' North .2124 4tp CUTSIRLOIN BONELESS cut
Load of
Co. Jacksonville
I will not be responsible for
2/24 4t 3/16 Florida, and against Nick Grif- any debts other than my own.-- ; CHUCKcENTER
I I :/::: i
fin & LlHleCritfls,defendants.In NOTICE OF INTENTION 1.., ,Fred S. (Steve)Starling. ROUND, ,
the amount of$691.49 a bal- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
3/2,2& 3/9
In The Court of the County; ance of which $561.87 remains Notice is hereby given that ; ROAST

Judge, Bradford COIDIty.; ..,;'Flo-" together with costs of collect- the undersigned under the provision STEAKS STEAK 'I:
rida, ion unpaid,. together with cost of 20,953 Laws of Flor- In The Circuit Court of Brad-
I
IN PROBATE of collection ida, Acts of 1941. will register ford County; FloridaIn
In re Estate of Furmon Wilson .) Have seized and have In my with the Clerk of the Circuit Re: The Marriage of Rose -- I ::'
Deceased possession the following des- Court In and for Bradford County Marie Thompson the Wife, and ,
To All Creditors and Per- cribed personal property to- Florida upon proof of William Edward Thompson) the 1.J.. ) $129$119'J- 68c
sonahaving Claims or/ ,Demands wit: publication of this notice the Husband. a I '

Against Said E.tater: ': 1961 Green Ford Truck fictitious name of Mr. Otto NOTICE OF ACTIONTo _, _
You and each of you':''art Tab# 45 K It Beauty Salon, under which we : William Edward Thompson
hereby notified and required I D# FJ5CN150Q8 are engaged In business at 120 Pierce Brothers Roofing
to present any claims 'or de- As the property) ; of the above ,South Court St., Starke. Flor- Company, Raleigh North Car- Yw YY Y.IM .
mands which you or either' named defendant and that on olina.

of you. may have against the Monday, the 20th day of March, ida.Otto F. Sterner Jr. an Eloise' YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an

" state l of Furmon Wilson, deceased 1972 at twelve o'clock Noonon H. Slemer, whose address la action for dissolution of marriage -
late of said County, said day on the premisesof ) 603 Plnewood Drew, Starke. has been filed againstyou
; to the County Judge of Bradford the Bradford County Jail, Florida. Dated this 2Ist day of and you are required to
t County; Florida at'his I will offer for sale and sell February A.D. 1972 at Starke serve a copy of your written "'+-.. e
, office In the court house of to the highest bidder for cash Bradford County, Florida. defenses If any, to It on Theron aialaeIrrgrDAr
1 said County at Starke, Florida, In hand, the above described A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs I
within six calendar months from property of said defendant to 2/24 4tp. 316LEGAL attorney, whose address Post

the time of the drat publication satisfy the aforesaid Executions : Office Box 340 Starke Florida lOW mull/ nruur 1 low menNISTll 1 I ,
of this notice. Each claimor / / P. D. Reddish on or before March 31. j 't 1 Pantry I i/ot WMOII \ n<*
riAKO REGULAR GRIND, llnWI
OR (
demand shall be In writing, Sheriff NOTICE 1972. and file the original with COCOAMIX Pride CORN KtKNIt OR
" and shall state l the place of Bradford County, Flo- Sealed Bids: will be received the clerk of this Court wittier CORN MUFFIN ; ElECTRA PERK : 16,50. CREAM STYLE

residence and post office address rida. up to and not later than 11:00A. : before service on plaintiff 1 G ,
:, of the claimant, and shall 2/24 4t 3/18 M. April 1 17, 1972. In the attorney or Immediately there ..re a 9C i .39c I 1601 NPEAS OR1
be sworn to by the claimant, office of the Business Mana- after; otherwise a default will oxP tw0.I.: ; :. COFFEE
'
Ms agent or attorney, and any In County Judge's Court, In and ger, Florida State Prison, for be entered against you for the '---------- ---------. I LIMAS AIL GREW
I such claim or demand not so For Bradford County, Florida. the sale of Pine Pulpwood and relief demanded In the com- nrlrOAflOWcr'l, IVlHDtr IOW HIClIMUSSIIMAN I : l 160aCANS

1 filed shall be void. In re: Estate l of James W. Pine Timber on a lump sum plaint or petition. ..Mt....0.V MlblAlt ..... I 1 C I
Michael C. Bergen Abell, deceased. basts. The offering la comprised WITNESS my hand and the COOKING j YORK APPLE LB
As executor of the Last NOTICE OF PROBATETo of approximately! 300 seal of this Court on February SAUCE i rrnrPAr 59 : ROSE DALE 6/l
Will and Testament of all persona Interested In acres to be divided into ((2)) 18, 1972. OIL I I BAG ,rfllllfr// I BRAND
$
Furmon Wilson, deceased the Estate l of Said Decedent: : two areas. These are generally Gilbert S. Brown vv 79 I i: t.4/ I BY LIBBY
First publication February 10, You are hereby notified that, worked out turpentine areas As Clerk of the Court
and areas of round tim Beulah M.
-:. 1.1,1C1 1972,, 4t 3/2 a written be the Instrument last will and purportingto testament ber. Harvesting Is to be done By As Deputy Clerk Moody I i vmiuftiott /ecu/ f vf WAIT low w/ci/ 1 e vt uroiriow w/cr/ r

of said decedent has been by the successful bidder within 3/2 4t 3/23 Y.1 Y Yw Y Yw
admitted to probate) In this the eighteen 08) months period BETTY 111 1 N ALlHAVOHSGEIATIM H '

" In County; Judge's Court, In court. You are hereby com- beginning July 1", 1972. to December 'In The Circuit Court of Florida PLAYTEX
and For Bradford County Florida. 31. 1973. Bids should
manded within six calendar Eighth Judicial Circuit,
from the date of the be sealed and returned In an In and For Bradford County. CHILI.
months TAMPONS
In ref Estate of Ralph Pear- of this noticeto envelope marked "Bid for lump CIVIL ACTION NO. DESSERTS
first publication
. Pine Timber Sale to be
sail NOTICE deceased. appear In this court In admitting sum In Re: The Marriage of Bar-
TO CREDITORS opened 11:00: A. M., April 17. and
said wUl to probate bara Ann Green, wife
AU 1972" and returned In sufficient
creditors of the estate -
should not stand unrevoked. James Green, husband.
v of Ralph Pearsall deceased, Theron A. Yawn, County time for the bid open- NOTICE OF SUIT
0; are hereby notified and required Bradford County Ing to: Jim Chasteen, Business To James Green Residence U S. NO. 1WHITE
Judge : ; .
..- .to file any claims or demands Florida Manager Florida State Pris cal address unknown. ....SChBLADES!!eUOH IfJM : i I

'.n.. which said estate, they In may the have office against of the Bys ClerkFirst ) Betty A. Phillips>> on Florida, P. '32083.O. Box 221, Ralford, Barbara You are Ann hereby Green notified has filed that : !.! !!!, :\ t'/' /,::! I

, county; Judge of Bradford County publication on Feb. 24, 3/2 3t 3/16 a suit against you In the Circuit S't3/$1' CAN, 99 BANANAS : '

Florida, In the courthouseat 1972 Court of Florida, Eighth ; ; 'POTATOES
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Starke. Florida within .Ixcal.ndar |
and for
2/24..t 3/18 NOTICE OF NAMES 'OF Judicial Circuit, In
date BOTTLE
P months: from the i
Bradford County the suit being I

".0. of notice the first Each publication claim or demand of this In County Judge's Court, In BE PERSONS OWNERS PROPERTY APPEARING OF ABANDONED TO entitled of Barbara: In ;Re Ann the Green Marriage -, FRIES i ASPIRIN OF 100.. ,--- -rwm; 9tf\oz.4l3, : *

must be in writing and must and For Bradford County Flo- \
hus
Green
.. state the place of residence rida. Pursuant to Section 13 (f Chapter band.wife, and The James nature of this, suit 2=2919.I 1 rPF/PICT'' :
717 Florida Statutes entitled
James -
the of W.
.1 and lost) office address of In re: Estate ''Florida Disposition of Is for dissolution of marriageand 1

,. claimant and must' be swornto Abell, deceased. custody of your minor child. OVER 7 O33: f VI Y9AV LOW PRICES I YFILOW I Alt IIO'"U:
Act"
Unclaimed Property notice -,
by the claimant, his agent NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ; You required to file your GOOD 4.SA'IIIoEH. VJSWJYS : 318 ..II
are
creditors of the estateof l la hereby given that the GOOD THRU MAJtCH a I '71. ONIONS 29 APPLES 4'.45
tv. or his attorney or It will become answer or other pleadings to .BAG. .........
James W. Abell, deceased owners of unclaimed personal QUANTITY RIGHTS"' -iERViO.
'*: void according law. the Petition with the Clerk of
or Intangible property presumed I
hereby notified and required ;
, February I. 1m. are file claims abandoned. said court and to serve a copy tIJ.
/Edward G. Saxon to any or Petitioner's attorney is :
thereof
number upon .
Account 8-0101-0002
demands which they have ; BREADED ,
may
of *.,"':'- W.
Administrator deceased. against said estate In the office Pleffer; Bertha M. or John A. Z. Adklns. Jr.. Ill S. SWISS FISH FRIED MSI* ORANGEPANTRY; POTATO
Pearsall Florida
tate of Ralph ; Third Street Gainesville -
'- of the county Judge of Bradford G., Route 2, Box 24A. Starke. CHEESE STICKS MAVfMMAIS*
March 27.
.
before
Florida. on or
In the
.,' First publication February 10, courthouse County at Starke Florida-Florida Information concerning the a-' otherwise, default will be entered j
,t" 1972. for the relief 3
. within six calendar months from mount or description of the against you Jaa"
2/10 4t 3/2 .: the date of the first publication Property; and the name and demanded In said Petition.
of this notice. Each claimor address of the holder may be WITNESS my hand and the inmost tow Ault mimr iown/a/ Mtmrm tow Mia>
Court Flo- must be In writing, obtained by seal of this Court, this 23rd
In The Circuit of demand any >persona> possessing -
.;,' rids Eighth Judicial 'Circuit, and must state the place of an Interest In the property day of February, 1972. WI an pleased to accept ...we Y$1051

. ,' In and! For Bradford' ounl1. residence and pod office address by addressing an Inquiry Gilbert S. Brown Court [ U.S.D.A. FOOO STAMP CLOVERLEAFCOUPONS CINHAMOK -BANANA. .
:X Civil Action. Case No.' --- of the claimant and must to Fred O. Dickinson, Jr..State l Clerk of the Circuit: Q ROLLS12's3$1 '

'..t< Division + be sworn to 'by the claimant, Comptroller as Administrator By Beulah M. MoodyDeputy Iyjj /

.< In Rt: The M. rrlag. of Jo- his agent, or Us attorney or Abandoned Property Division, ; Clerk I IiI
'! flea Love Campbell Wife, and It will become void according Capitol. Tallahassee, Florida. 3/2 4t 3/23
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Day Of PrayerTo

VI Be Observed


Friday, March 3 An investment in Your future '..


World Day. of Prayer will be

I observed the First Friday United March Methodist 3, at ." 1M D I1 dIJ : III j

Church with.a of churches 1--

The 11:30 Prayer In a.m.Starke Service in number) the participating sanctuary will startat LLUTLUI 1 [I \ (!J 1)11) mJ LUJ\ i t-- "fa anal pat eesusi CShse NtM lea Mat M .." $


followed by a covered dish !.!. lm! ., mm un .mn'm "n.mn. '
luncheon. 'rnmn."' '' ""u

Nursery care will be provided NEW RIVER BAPTIST
CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS STARKE CHURCHOF LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST
j : with a program tor the CHURCH CHRIST 10 a.m. Morn HOLINESS; CHURCH 'AT'MELROSE it
children. Mothers are askedto School '9:45 Bible School. 10 a.m. Worship fn gWorehSchoOllp ajn. Training Sunday School 9:45 ajn.; Schedule of Services: .
Grace Baptist Church wring a sack lunch for their Morning Worship 11 sun. Youth ajn. Services U a.m. and Union 7 am. Evening Worship. Morning Worship 11 a.m Youth Sunday! (Bible Study 10 ajn. ..f.
children. Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wed 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 pjn. Evening Wor Morning Worship 11 a.m. EvenIng ;
Has Old Fashioned Sunday 7 pan.Thuriday. nesday '7 pjn. Ladles Bible 7:30 pjn. Everyone welcome. ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Worshlp7pm.' ''::>
ff7 taalte6 night Prayer MeetIng Class, Thursday 11 ajn.Church Prayer Meeting 7:30 All other evenlngs-8 pjn.' "'
Members of Grace Baptist Sarah Faulk. 7:30 pan. located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker, pastor pjn. M
Church celebrated "Old Fashioned Other highlights of the meeting David Hodges. Pastor 18. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey. pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN lI
JP.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST I i CHURCH 'i'
Sunday" for the first In eluded Mrs. Bresee
time at the church which Is playing "Rock of Ages" on her R. L. Bradley GRACE BAPTISTCHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning *
PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship II a.nu Pre Services .'
located on Griffls loop, accord- 100-year-old pump organ and STARKE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship U a.m. Evening
Ing to the pastor. Rev. Leon special music by the adult and Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn. METHODIST CHURCH (Booster Band Young 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser Worshp 7.-JamesShaw.pastor.. '*, *
Odom. Junior choirs. W.B. McKlimey; R. L. Bradley. 59, of Law- Ing Worship at 1L Training Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn People and Prayer Service' vices: Sunday School. 10 ajn. jj
beautiful ing Worship II a.m. Youth Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship 7 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH )"i
Memories of the past beganto played a violin solo. toy was pronounced dead on .Union 8:30: p.m. Evening Worship Preaching 11 ajn.Training Un-
come alive as the Bill Bre- "The Old Rugged Cross arrival at Bradford County Hospital 7:30. 6 pjn. Evening Worship Midweek Service Wednesday ion 5:45: pjn.Evening Worship, BROOKER FLA.
Wednesday Prayer
7:30: pun Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: pun Rev. John Strickland; Jim Templ.pastor.Sun:1' '
see family arrived In their Monday evening after a Meeting. 7:30.Rev.: LeonT 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev.
1929 Nash and many others The services concluded with sudden heart attack while working Worn Jr., pastor. Lard, pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School 10 ajn.Ron Bristol
came dressed for the occasion an old-fashioned sermon on at Smyrna Baptist Church. Superintendent. Training Union
In "the old time way.' "Ilellflre and Damnation" by Mr. Bradley was born at Law- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOb 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas. Director -'' ..'
Awards were presented to the the pastor. tey on August 13, 1912, the son Sunday School 10 Morn Ralford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa) OF PROPHECY BROOKER Worship Services 11 a.. ''
best dressed man.Bill Br*.. .._ The memorable day was of the late Francis M. and Alice Inc Worship 11 ajm.Evening ingWhip h i 10 ajn. Morn- Sunday ,School -' 10 ajn. Sunday School 19 a.m. Mom- m., 7:30.: Midweek !Prayer; Service "*;
the best dressed woman Bet- concluded at the evening service Smith Bradley. He was a Baptist Worship, 7 pun.amWPrayer ;; 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. lag Worship U ajm. Young Peo- 7:304 Lavern OutlAw,inu-: ,,'
ty Bresee and Ruby Kowatch with a fellowship of the and a carpenter by trade. Meeting and Bible Study, 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30. Training Union 6:30 p.m.' ple's Service, 6 pjn. Evangelistic sic director.
the best dressed boy. Bartow Lord's Supper In candlelightand Surviving Is Ms wife Velma 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- -Charles Thomas pastor Evening Worship 7:15: P.m. Service. 7 pjn. Wednes- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Lee and the best dressed girl. oil lamps. Smith Bradley two Randall Wednesday Night Prayer Services Meeting. 7:30 ""
: ; sons Ing every Monday 7 pjn. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Rev. Merle day Prayer : p.m. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS ;
7:30.: p.m.
Bradley of Jacksonville, Come and worship with us. OJ'
G.F. Prevatt Dissent Road
pastor. Everyone CHURCH 1404 E.
: Special Mass To ObserveS daughters and Dearl Bradley.Mrs. Lawtey Carol ;Fay two welcome. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Packham pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Family Home Evening-Men- ,y

I I Massey and Mrs. Farrell Jean ST, EDWARD'S CATHOLIC night Worship Service at at 6:39.II arm Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Primary-'Tuesday J.\
Edivard's 30th YearThe Bennett both of Lawtey three CHURCH WILL BAPTIST CHURCHCor. f4wpm.
; STARKE Wednesday night CHURCH, STARKE Wednesday-/ ; :,..
sisters Mrs. Mamie Crews, Father James Cregan pastor prayer Holy Eucharist, let. and 3rd Ash & Chestnut; Sunday 7:30. .
at 7:30.
30th Anniversary of St.Edward's Catholic mission here turned Lawtey Mrs. Nellie Mae doer Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday meeting Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas Sundays Morning School 9:30; Morning Worship, .ThursdayM.I.A." 7:30 p.m. ,v. ,
Catholic Church will the first spade of sob on the JackUle; ;and Mrs.Myr- Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass. tor. Prayer 2ndl4, and 5th Sun 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service Sunday- Priesthood 8:30: a.m. .,
be observed with a Concelebrated Temple Avenue properly Just tle VanZant, Starke; and seven 7p.m. day 11 ajn. Church School 9:45 9 p.m.Rev, Jasper) Williams Sunday School, 10:30 ajn. Evenlng '?'r>
Mass at 6 p.m. Thursday south of the high school campus grandchildren. Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST a.m. E.Y.C. pjn. pastor Meeting,.6 pjn.Sacrement. .;:
March 2, followed by a for Funeral services were held Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning
Starke's first Catholic pjn. -John M. Flynn Rector Jesse D.. Branson, Branch ;
Parish Dinner at 7 p.m. church..In addition to serving at 2 p.m. Thursday In DeWitt School of Religion: Worship II ajn. Evening FIRST UNITED METHODIST President." ,.. .,rf
Conducting the Mass will be as first pastor here Father C. Jones Chapel with Elder Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek Bible STAEKE .-
the Most Rev. Paul Tanner Murphy> was also assigned Wilbur Dyess officiating. Interment a.m. to 12 noon. Study Wednesday 7:30 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Bishop of St Augustine For- i was In the Lawtey Cemetery Sunday 7 Sunday School, 10 ajn. Wor- Worship,, 11; Junior, and Senior CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. 'N
mer pastors of St. Edward's as Catholic chaplain at High School -- m.Be In church Sunday. ship Service II ajn. Church MYF groups, 8 P.m. I Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. .>.'.
who have been Invited to attend the Florida State Prison and p.m. Lester Austin pastor. Training 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Rehearsal Morning Worship II. Training
the observance are: Fr. as director of the National Worship 7:30.: 7 P.m. Prayer Meeting Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser- 7'<
Thomas Kelly Msgr. Harold Catholic Community; Serviceof Austin Smith BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal vice. 7:30. )Midweek Prayer
Jordan Fr. Cornelius Dough the USO at Camp Standing. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship CHURCH MACCLENNY' 7:30 pjn. 7:45. .Service. 730; ;, ':2:
erty and Fr. Edward Kirby. While the new church was under Austin Cary Smith. 44, of Service 11 arm Church Sunday Mass. 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWltt T. Farabee Jr. : -Rev. L, Tommy Howe pas- .<'
construction: regular mu- Starke died Wednesday Feb. Training 7:30.90 p.m. EveningWednesday Day Maas 5:30 I>om. tor :V-t'
Groundbreaking held for the new ceremonieswere churchon ses were said In the American 23, In the Veterans Hospital Worship : ",",,,,,","'''''''''MO
the Tuesday.early days Julyl of Camp 1941 Bland-during located Legion Hall on West which Call was Street then at Illness.He Gainesville. after an extended 7:30' p.m. Prayer Meeting I 1111I111111111 fllllllll 1111111111111111111111111111111I1111111111111111 illiml liii iili I ii iiJiiiiiiliiiil1ii I I I II iililiiffliii I I iili II iiiilii l llllll 'I I ;,ro'"'''>i:

ing activity when the 31st (Dixie Combined cost of the church was born In Bradford Rev J.D. Robinson metal ;
: ) and 43rd (New England) and recreation hall was estimated County on Jan. 1 I. 1928 and had LONG I PAINT Protects wood and t-
Divisions were still stationed at $15.000 when it was lived here all his life. He wasa BRIDGE BAPTIST ,\ :
built 30 veteran of World War a CHURCH soul :
here. years ago. Sunday School GOD'S WORD Protects the .
10a.m.MornIng
Father Thomas J. Murphy Father James Cregan Is pre- and a poultry) fanner. ,
who had Just been appointedas sent pastor of the parish. Surviving Is his wife Betty; Worship 11 a.m. Evening #"W
9 administrator of the first Smith his father and step Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday A14 paint 1 protectoort and metal from runny' riwt and corrosion *o thepromises .. :u ,

mother Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Everyone Rev. Robert welcome.Ralston found in CiodV word protect the soul fiom: the evil of sin anxiety and ahclrepair :
_: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE Smith Sr. all of Starke; one pastor { 7
daughter Mrs. Linda Kay HIg Hear Gala wonderful piomlscs 1 pioclaimcd from the l pulpit in the (i.t a1!

Sunday Brotherhood Meet- Wednesday Family Night ginbotluun of Lawtey; his stepmother CHURCH OF GOD :: heard will 'accomplish! JI ,"J'
422 N. St, Clair St., Starke. chinch" your choice thin :Sunday; These promitwa w ..
Ing and Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.; Supper. 6 pjn. A.A. Week of Mrs Eollne Smith (
Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Prayer Program R.A. MeetIng and four sons Austin C.t. Jr. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn wonderful things In your soul and heart, for Cod; says of Hi* Word "It) shall .
Worship at 11, sermon: "Wise 6:30; Teachers and Officers Ralph. William and bavid lag Worship 11 a.m. Sunday that which I please and it shall ::
Evening, 7 Youth unto n1l''old,, but it shall accomplish
and Foolish Builders"; Bell Meeting 7:15: ; Church Smith all of Starke; three bot- pan. Night not return ,

Choir Practice 5:30: Church Choir Practice 8 p.m. then Lewis and Harold Smith Wednesday, 7:30 pun Prayer, I ,': in the thing hereto I aent__It," laalah 55:11.: ...., ..,. -, IF milk r, .'
Friday prosper If'
Meeting '
Training 6:15 Evening Wor- both of Starke. and Thomas 7:30: p.m. c' fir-.li:_
ship 7:3Uf; sermon; "The GoodSamaritan" Thursday of Prayer- Annie Program ArmstrongWeek 10 Smith Miami;two sisters Mrs. -Rev. Y.W.Kdd.paltolr"! .I'; .., .. vtwtn' "!"'-!'f'f'A i. > ohms aivm YJr fa ? lb per.

Choir and Artford Brown and Mrs. JoAnn Ile u nl..
Makers
Music
a.m.; Rowe both of Sanford and three KmCSLEY'LAKE'BAPTlSTSunday
Monday Annie Armstrong Bell Choir Practice. 3:30: p.m. granJchildren.Funeral ; School 9:30 Training $

Week of Prayer Program 10) Friday Annie Armstrong services were held Union 10:15 ajn.; Morning Worship
a.m.; Bell Choir Practice 6:15; Week cf Prayer Program, 10 at 2 pan. Friday with Rev.John 11 ajn. Evening Worship
I Youth Choir Practice. 7 p.m.II ajn.W. Strickland of Pine Level Baptist 7:30 pun Prayer Meeting 7:30: abrI
A. Hogan pastor Church officiating. inter- Wednesday.Pastor .

II Tuesday A.A. Week of Prayer e ee ment was In Crosby Lake Cem- Rev Robert West ; .,
Program 10 a.m. Young etery under direction of DeWitt .
Musicians Choir 3.30 G. A., It seems rather strange( living C. Jones Funeral Home. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Bell Choir 4:15. In a country without a Sunday School 9:45 ajn. :
r dock strike. Eddie Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth ;.. !!. .t' 1ia ..\\%\nlr) g .;.fir....
- - - Dyal If( ." m.i1: "
Fellowship.: 8 um.,. Choir Practice I- : "V" i"

Dyal, Jr.. 15 died Wednesday Wednesday p.m. ._ ,.(. "II' _... 4/00"/ :.. ..)Ib" .. 'I.m. 14
HOMECOMINGSmyrna Eddy -Rev. Robert D. Burch i' "" ....,..<< .- -/t,'I >*I'
Feb.- 23, at his homeIn d.- !:1 Jill rf o,
Lawtey after a long Illness. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4: .I .'V.! .:If''"'' ?'1'
lie was born In Starke on Sept. 10 !:: lQf'T !: ;1 I. "
Missionary 25. 1956: and was a student atBradford Worship 11. Training a.m. nigh Tin... hick h Ml' rt*'.<*' .n.., I 1ft Ink' J. .'':''::!,

High School a mem- 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. { 1Q1 MtM M l IF.W*.1 hi... ..",.... of HI" .tow Qt I' .'+!.
Church ber of the Starke FFA Chapter -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor: 1;| l.. MM...<.IWt Baptist and a member of the Highland r ''. Ie nm .ton hr Intnt. Mi ...|..... e.Md. ''tIo' ,n., .. .';"
Baptist Church. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH V thrt... |nwi n| to "'"M .tow 01 I M. M (own. 'V. .1,1,' '.,t.
SUNDAYlUARCI15 Surviving are his lather Ed- Sunday School 10 arm MornIng !':i "u" ? ..", w wflv of We wH 10.. ):, ,1'! nt. :,
ward Dyal of Palmer Alaska; Worship 11 ajn. Evening gA "....... .....ItIe _II.. .... .. 'A', -1"/1, '. ". ,
his mother step-father,Mr. Worship 7:30: pjn. Prayer Not. will 'limiMr. ( H>,Hli ,....,..., ".. ,Va' I'Rel9! :, ':L"
Sunday School, 10 A.M. Preaching at 11 and Mrs. Mitchell Brown of, Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday w t.' l vI,. tiM."lll"*>ot...l. w.I.l/a.l.. !:', .'. '. '.: .. ,:.err,rs.
:
Lawtey; one sister Debra K. -Rev J.C. Saunders, pastor i 7o 'b..* the huh lot tta\toti d l DM.. Mllu*d( hMMil ''A'y .
Sermon by,Rev. T.C. Williams Dyal; and two half-brothers .i4 !M '-01.. fcnirf Hwt. "hwrntf,.,. a1! .,..,a,.#' ...-r
John and Larry Brown all of MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL \ "..r..n..th"' ...Id.ld, .. ... N.II.I.I... j'o \'
Dinner On The Grounds Lawtey. Sunday 9:45 Sunday t j"1
Funeral services were held : a.m. o tli. Owtll.. kwoutt. n huh !lie Hiiltl. '. okoul C'
EVERYONE WELCOME at 11 arm Saturday In the High School 6 11 pjn.ajn.Training Morning Union Worship \.! moI. ...Moth ..4.taHnyi. KM Irath. .. riikk ''tl.
land Baptist Church with the 7 ; elm vill Ml kin .... to Dn ihiU sIG. < ; j
p.m.' Evening Worship. .
'
pastor Rev. Raymond Caudlll Wednesday 7:30' Prayer Ser f" v.\I '. = )
officiating. Interment was In .. ..- ... ,I1
l I..4n..4.. ._ ,, vices.Rev.
,................... .. with Evergree DeWitt Cemetery C. Jones at Funeral Ralford Bob Cooper pastor c.-'.. ........:.w- - -1

_I .JFLaltlA
Home In charge of arrange M "
ments. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH''
Sunday Service:Sunday School SS8S3888888. ,:. '
i $REWARD i 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship,' .
MADISON STREET
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10.45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15 "
BAPTIST CHURCH p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun, STARKE 6&r'

Week of Prayer March 512.' day., 6:30 pun '*' '00-01:..
SERVICI
Sunday School 9:45: Morphs -J.C. Brown minister .
Worship. 11: Church Train j _
'
ale. 6:15j WMU Worship Cir G EST Kill Edv.i. >rdH Ph.' 9647231TlrcTruhft'f -:

7:15: ; Evening 7-: HAMPTON BAPTIST +
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0 FOR INFORMATION 30. CHURCH y ONTROL
LEADING TO ARREST Monday- Youth Choir Practice Sunday School 10 ajn.t MornIng -Y''" ileadlight.AdJustlatBrake. ;',
Children': Choir 7 p. Service U a.m.; Bible Study It OlI-.. .;,
AND CONVICTIONS m. Prayer Program 7:30. 4:30 p.m.; Evening Service 7:30 Service
TuesdayPrayer Group, 9-: pjn. :::
Carl Hint Phone 964-6111
Wheel lUUnce sad
30 ajn.Wednesday. Wednesday Prayer and.
Prayer Meeting Bible Study '7:30 p.m. 539 E. CM 81. ,- Starke. Ma. Alt Rttmatt. ,,;
7:30; Church Choir Practice, Melvin Hamel, Pastor
Of Anyone Pound Removing" er Destroying Any Deacons Meeting 8:30. 14-HR. WRECKER SERVICE hone 964-5745 for FREE AIR-CONDITIONAH SERY CE :r

I Urn" of Valu In Crosby Lake Cemetery, 'Including ThursdayBreakfast at Hiway 301 and 100 E.Iisnat.s t H.i:' ::
Branding iron 6:30 ajn. Inspections and Minor .
Flowers. Shrubbery. Permenent F'e' ,.' AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH'
Arrangements" I4.edston.s..' Fences Etc. Friday. Prayer Program 6:30: Sunday School 9:45: arm Morning tlO 8. Tesaple Sta"' 417 N. Tempi Av'et;+'YStarka ;
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pjn. .
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Worship U
-Denton Sumrall, pastor ajn. Evening .
Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday, '
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, -:
S P1.... Give Information T. Any D.v., Sheriff, DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 7 p.m. Study; on Book of Psalms. BUILDERS '' : ,t
or Any Member of the Crosby Lake Cemetery Assn. BROOKER G.F. Prevatt pastor Everyone STARKE EDWARDS We : : ;
Sunday School-10 ajn. Worship Welcome.:
S Services 11 a.m. and 7 SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market i,

j : PLEASE REIFRAIN : p.m.-Rev.Training Lacy Conway Union ,6 pastor pun. .l BAPTIST mlAN MISSIONARY:MISSION IVsitarinc Ace Harawar Groceries-Meals-'sod- RepairTYPEWRITERS I %.

FROM DUMPING TRASH NORTHSTDE BAPTm U.S. 301 r
CHURCH Frees Drive In, Sunday and Glad. Edward
Intersection Highways 16 School 10 arm Worship Service ... Sportla Goods :

In Any Area Of The Cemetery Except The North) and 223. Rer. WayneWells 11 arm and 7 pjn. Pray U. 8. atl Sevtli SUrfc Bradford County :
.r Service 7:30: pun Wednes Ctech With V* ,rirat" ,.;
Low Area In Rear Of Pump House. pastor. PHOME W4-M11
Sunday. School. 9:45: ; Morning day.Leroy Telegraph d 1 I E
St. t(48270
Service at 1L Evening Service, Olive pastor. E.L. Slf_ WaalilMCtMi. .
7:30.: Wednesday Service 7:30 ;r1mI. associate pastor: :
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CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY jBmmaaBBogDBBBBSBCLAY
p.m.WHY GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE' Inc.'

ASSOCIATION INC. .cAN'T,'we all be like Sunday; School-it) a.m. Morning '
S George Washington Tell the Worship II-armad 7 p. Owaed By. Then W* 8 rv. In.'Twelv. ..*.......t FkrMa l........* -Hk' >teff Our beakers lJvelWUeT.ElrtxlaavJLsy ... :,

:truth and(all have our birthday weekend m. -Rev. John Ross pastor .(eavi HeiakU-PtMex 4794911j ., ...'.
always on a long f o: :
I ,.......... ... ........ holiday.! ,

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Watch Committee Named
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I KEY :
HEIGHTS MELROSE
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I Keystone Hllites 1
I' \ Appointment of a "Watch Dog of annexation: was first discussed -
Committee" to attend Keystone
by city officials about a r
By GLORIA REDFEARN Council meetings and keep up year ago, the big reason given

PI.' ...'C ll' 473-3288 I I Ia a with steps being taken by the for wanting annexation: was ,.
or 473-4182 city toward annexation: or adjacent a
rh rhy "home rule" of the "I
area
-rrr- ---. .... V
------- areas was completed at a haven't heard home rule
CUB SCOUTS r
Everyone Is Invited to attend meeting held Sunday afternoonIn
mentioned
lately, so they must
Cub Scout Pack No. 305
"eldtllelJ' the Masonic
Hall at Keystone
annual Flnewood Derby and enjoy the services.It be soft pedaling this for somo
Is an event that Is held Heights. reason now."
competition two weeks at
two
around the world each
;year
the American Legion Hall in
Members appointed on the
touching every part of world
Keystone. Winners were,Gerry 0
In' reverence: devotion and committee are pictured above Mrs. Neylans suggested that
Gault 3rd In slow heal; Mark
( )
from left W. P. chair-
: Shaw
Abies, let place, In major prayer. A great deal of preparation the group get together and hirea
man Mrs. W. D. Hester Frank
,
event; Charlea Parsons 1st In goes Into this service) trI Lee; C. II. Jackson good lawyer, but this move
George
and It Is our hope that was opposed by LaPue,who said
low heat; Carl John 2nd! In every- LaRue Mrs. Jos. J.
one will attned and bring a I- Karpo- he thought It not necessary at
low heat; Gary We11s,]3rd In vltch, and Mrs. Wm. E. Ney-
the Major event; and Tom parsons friend or nelgh Or. lans. this point. "There Is an' unfounded .1

2nd place In the major A nursery will be provided atmosphere of fright r, ... -_ '!-her .
ck Is sponsored for those who have small about this thing," LaRue said,
by American Legion Post 202 children and refreshments will The meeting was attended by "and I don't think It Is necessary LaRue said that',-to provide) It was suggested that all opponents -

with Hush Gault as Cubmaster.WOMANS be served Immediately after the approximately 50 residents of to move so fast. water for the annexed area the of annexation write the
service.All the area which would be inclu- city; would have to buy the present legislative delegation and voice
CLUB ded If the city; proceeds with water works' and that future strong objections to annexation
Women of the Community plans for an annexation refer ,
maintenance) of this system without a referendum. At the
The monthly luncheon and Church Women's Organization endum.In He said that be opposes "would be horrible." last Council meeting, Council

card party will be held cm Fri- please ''eep In mind the General annexation: for many reasons, Frank Lee of Brooklyn Lake, Chairman Everett Fox said that
kiting to be held on his opening remarks, W.... the chief one being that the city referendum fails he would
day, March 3, at noon. Chairman who circulated petitions againstannexation If a
Mrs. Lillian Norwood Monday, March 6, at 1 p.m. -'ni3ipi4Lf (Koon) Wilson, who called this Is Incapable of going beyond : Bald'We:; now get be In favor of asking the legislature .
This will be last afternoon what It Is now doing In Its limited -
our
meeting of annexation opponents : to a special act
and hostesses Mr. J. Ilaberstroh. state and county; 'maintenance pass
Mm. J. Hanson, Mrs,A. meeting of the year and the laid the city; was "not area. He said the citydoesn't on our secondary roads, and we annexing the proposed !area.
speaker will be Mrs. Norwood : have the right kind of
offering us a thing In the world
McElrath, Mrs. E. McLean would lose this If the city took
Pbelps. but more taxes, and It would be equipment to maintain its own "
Felllcer and Mrs., them
Mrs. Cjual- over. members of the
streets properly, and could not At least two
before had
three a
we
years ,
llano. ; March 17 will be the Annual voice In the government." hope to take on street work In It was stated that It would Watch Dog Committee will attend .
A special program, a monodrama Sliver Tea at 1:30: p.m. by reservation the surrounding area wlthoat take the city 30 years to pay off each council meeting and

will be presented by only. Please make Shaw who conducted the a huge expenditure for equip the debt If It attempted to install report to the group on any future -

Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins Dresser your reservation by calling'Mrs. meeting at the request of Wilson ment Including "a $50,000 gra- a sewer system and pur- mOVeA toward annexationof

the evening of March :7 Redfearn at 473-4182 between said that when the matter der." chase the water works. the area.happenl .
at 8 p.m. We hope all the members -
the hours of 8:30: and
and friends will take advantage -

hear this of this''dlatlngulabed opportunity ar-(to noon. Open: Letter To Members I


at tist.the Tickets door may- U2S be purchased reserved GOLF COURSE News Notes Of Keystone Ills. Council

seats, and $1 l general admission. The Second Annual Herb Williams !- 'Woman's Club To Present February 23, 1972 with a couple, the Issue -
Students 75 cents. Golf Tournament was held By Helen Egan is forced by a pregnancy.But .

The monthly; Board meeting at the Keystone Golf and Country Artist MELROSE HOMEMAKERS Day will be held a week later Mr. Everett R. Fox Chairmanand that, as here has repercussions -
will be held on Tuesday, Club on Saturday, March 26. Distmgiushed ,The Club met on February 24 on March 30, at 1:30. Due to Members Village Council which are not de-

M.rch'1. at 2 pjn. Herb Williams challenged all at 9:30: In the Clubhouse with the pressure of personal affairs Keystone Heights Florida. sired. How can one, In either
members to full handicap Elizabeth Jenkins Dresser of Ing Society; In New York City. President Mrs. Macie Allen and the need for a bit ; case have respect, honor or

DUPLICATE BRIDGE tournament In which 30 parti Cooperstown, N. Y. Is picturedIn Mrs. Dresser Is well known presiding. During the roll call, more relaxation Mrs. Wey- Honorable Council-Members:.1. love for one who forced such
:
Winners for Tuesday ''Feb; cipated. He beat 23 of the parti- the period costume she will for her repertoire of histori- members answered to the man has asked Mr. and Mrs. : a union? How can we' respect

22, were" Tied for flrst Mrs. cipants with a 94 for 18 holes. wear for an exciting programto cal monodramas. monthly theme of "A style; or Ed Roberts who volunteeredto The attitude t last'evening of your decisions, If you carry
A. V. Bannister and Mrs C. Herb Is 74 years old and had be presented by the Wo- This event Is not limited to fashion that flatters my fig assist her, to assume the Chairman regarding out your threat. In the face

W. Hardy, and Mrs. Al Bach- an 18 handicap. man's Club of Keystone Heightson club members, and a cordial ure". Individual name tags,witha chairmanship of Came Day. your FORCING annexation of a large of our strongly expressed disinterest -

mann and Miss Helen Dlttmer Tuesday, March 7, at 8 invitation is extended to the colorful motif of flowers were Mrs. Weyman Is to be com- territory adjacent W ,Keystone in this merger?

Second, Mrs. Rowland Bryan Fremont Tblles was In p. m. general public. Reserved seat, presented to the club by Mrs. mended on her successful efforts Heights was a real gurprlseand However, for your Information -
and Mrs. C. V. Horne Third! charge of the tournament and Mrs. Dresser will portray the tickets are $1.25, general admission -
Francis P.Egan.As each mem- In Improving Game Day disappointment. : as he we have a letter from our
Mrs. Charles Heptlnstall and Mrs. Williams. provided refreshments English poetess Elizabeth Bar $1; and student tickets, ber answered the roll call, and creating so much InterestIn did, that there were J.o; ,. other say ways Representative, Eugene F.

Mrs. Paul Stelnmeti and for the "Happy rett Browning, In an original 75 cents. they pinned their name tags It. She hopes that everyonewill and means of forcing people Shaw, In which he states that
fourth. Mrs. MaC, Cook and Hour". He was presented with monodrama which was enthusiastically The Woman's Club hopes to from the panel and again spoke continue to keep tills pro- and territory into the village he Is opposed to any annexation -

Miss Iva Hlllyer. a beautiful birthday cake made received when presented have a full house to honor this their names, and In this way gram growing.Rev. surely is NOT RIGHT or necessary except by referendum, So
Winners for Thursday evenIng by; Mrs. Mel Taylor and num- recently!; at, the Brown- distinguished artist. members became better acquainted Milton Scripture, program even though "LEGAL"as if you persist in your course,
Feb. 24, were: Mrs. Mary erous cards and gifts 'along chairman for the lunch- mentioned. such being indicated by the call
Cook and Mrs. C. W. Hardy with an engraved lighter from ;. }} ? C Mrs Edythe Nicholson, Council eon-business meeting on March for a meeting for March 14,
the In ; fj:: 1j$1i::: :: 1 'm j 1* lli t. U 1 If you have NO REARDNOW;
participants the :
>> tourna- { : :
: +V'iS.
first; Ray Hughes and Mrs. t 1f 11 1 Club Delegate,presented the 9 at 12:30: in the Lions Club, for our wishes, and In the to further pursue this matter,
R. P. Vogh,:second: Mrs. Ray); ment. Congratulations Herb. program of Alachua County- announces that Rev.' Lawrence light of such overwhelming! evidence It will be necessary for us to

Becker and Jim Fox, third; ':::': :::::. Line and Design In Clothes Carroll will be theguestspeaker. BACKED, h'fiy''J( petition flood the Mouse and Senate
and fourth, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. The' Annual Silver'Tournament t:' INDIAN BEACH }ilim She modeled and Improvised her A short business meetingwill of over 500 signatures what members with letters of dis-

Dent. was held on Sunday, Feb.,. dress, and accessories by demonstration follow with announcements hope can we have for justice approval. We IIprE that In view

26. Winners were First, Mr. (Lake gaata FcByi ) using other mem- 'and reports A full attendanceis or popular opinion from yoU of what happened last night that
COMMUNITY CHURCHThe and Mrs. W. H. Redfearn. Sr.; Michael H. CUItr bers as models to show the urged, as there will be some or if the Council agrees with you will take sober thought

Community Church will Second Mr. and Mrs. E. F, Phone 475-1512;, .... variations' Irt design and line, ,Interesting suggestions and new the Chairman, and' we should' and consider this, a closed mat-

be host to St. William's Catho- (Buster) Alken; and Third Penny I according to a persons figure pr9gr'amplanning I ,, : ,. ,,;,1'1HAMPTON"SENIOR be ,.forced ,{to''become''*' part, ; ted at tuts time. This will.
lic Church and St. Anne's Episcopal Rodgers! and Hal Adams Well howdy longtimeno"hearfrom'tlguesQe3y'ocu and Mrs. R. C. Eddy'and family Mrs Polly Prke'Shad attended -- } ,H y'pfyW: Jurisdiction, ?,' help'"in public l ) relations .and,

Church;: on March 3 at all for tow .;.(fit First, 'place all and.Charlene Boring of Atlanta the Workshop qn Macrameart CLUB cslf right feelings.
10:30: ajm. for the World Day. low gross .winners were: Mr. : Ga. were weekend guests ,,' and Mrs.\ Nicholson arranged Interested Seniors of the We, in this FREE AMERICAare Having spoken as I did last

of Prayer. This' year's themes and Mrs Bob Hayes pletely, huh? Well I haven't; of Tom and Lillian Norwood. for a workshop for those Keystone area have been attending .- really becoming tired of evening, and because I am send
Yours Is Interested In this new yet his- the newly organized ing this letter to you and local
designed
"All Joy Be but many many things have Mrs. Bide Veal, mother of being forced into so many
to raise the consciousness happened since we were together James Klnchen, has bought a toric art Hampton Club, and given their which papers, though we have an out
really taking
Mrs. Leone Pappy commented and Interest things, are of town engagement. I shall can-
house and had It moved onto ) support so per-
of the participant that the
HERE N' THERE from us the liberty'that was '
taelddmlistTheverythingthat's the back of James' lot. James on the Importance of attendIng haps they are aware that the cel It to be present for the
Joy found In Christ Is Herb Nelson, Jr. was mar- way once ours, and we are wearyof
the Council Covered called I that will
County meeting. hope
life club meets at 1
today,
happened, so I'll Just and Marzle plan on moving p.m.
all of
cendent. permeating:
ried recently!; In Cocoa Beach It. I tremble when this buildsup
dish business In NOT HE MXESSARY.Desiring : .
meeting March 2, at the City Hall In
the highlights. her In next weekend from Jack
no matter what conditions pre and many Kestoners attendedthe give you from pressure'as It' has
Gainesville, as the programsare Hampton. Mrs. Ralph Vaughanhas the continuation of
To start on a sad note. Gran- sonville. So we welcome Cranny -
wedding. They were: Eric In changes in our society. -
vail.Mre. educational and the social many the happy relationship that we
so been a gracious hostess.
Barry Wyman President Redfearn Jimmy McMurtry ny Copeland had another Veal and we're certainly There is a breaking point
the ark
hour at luncheon so friendly. Joe Kerrigan and l with her "hardening of glad to see her moving down
of the Community Church
Mr. and Mrs. James Wharton, 1 am sure thatyou realizeas
,
Melrose Club will be of nearly' 14 to continue,
their been
and
Women's Organization will be Mr. and Mrs.Charles McCIave terl.." and spent ten days In here. I'm sure she'll makea one wives have sponsoring well as I.Returning. years
the hostesses at the April 28 this new club. I am
Alachua General Hospital. But good neighbor.
In charge. Those taking partIn Mr. and Mrs. Everette Fox, to our simile of
and
on the bright side, she's doing George and Lilly Cardet of Meeting at Spring Grove. ALL SENIOR CITIZENSWe Sincerely hopefully
the service from the Catholic Jim Fox, Rhett, Fox, Stefan marriagethough we do not Yours
fine and seeing better all Miami spent the weekend with Oven Meals was the topicat call attention to always ,
Church are: Mrs. Ralph Brokas, and Mr. and Mrs. now, your desire such a union as pro-
!Naples Mrs.;)osePb Mordente, George Leath. Several of tlieNelsons' the time. John and Sue Eckland recent the training meeting In the read Joe Kerrlgn's col- posed- seems as sometimes Milton J. Scrlpturo
Extension Offflce which will
MUs Hilda White. and Mrs.Phil relatives from other Recently!; I went to Disney ly.Mr. umn !in this paper as he Is ,,
World with Otis and his and Mrs. Tom. Fraser be presented at the Club March weekly giving reports on the \'
Kromer. Participating from theEpi.copal states were also her for the >parents > "" -
Mrs: Scripture's. sls-
Church will be Mrs. wedding and reception Lonnle and Norma Mel- spent the weekend with Mr. meeting. White House Conference and chua General; Hospital. At Bradford M: Corp,
Hugh Gault, Mrs. Thomas Gar ton. We all had a very nice and Mrs. Daryl Barrows and is In communication with both County Hospital Walter fer-ln-law who has been visiting -
If It cold and Andy. FELLOWSHIP CLUB State local and Federal officials Richardson has been and sightseeing the last
ner. Mrs. Zane Hudson and Miss Bess Grosberg hasbeen time even was son a patient
Mrs. Amy McElrath and from entertaining Leroy; Syracuseand then It rained on us. However Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite The Fellowship Club Game on the legislation and the for some time. couple of weeks, has returnedto
,
the Community Church Miss his mother, Mrs. Buster when I got a cold from It all, spent a few days In Boca Ra- day was held at the Lions Club benefits to Council on Aging.COlIRI'Is. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Campbell her home In Marcellus N. '
nice then. I've ton with his Robert at 1:30: on Feb. 24. Nineteen Is act Y.
It wasn't so brother slow to on a
Kathryn Marshall : ana MISS Barbara
Mrs. Ohio and
Bowersox. Syracuse of Plain City Rev.
members and visitor Also the Rev. Scriptures
one enjoyed visiting
Kite. While there, they wentdeep..a. senior's needs but the Seniornow
of S. never seen so many; orangesIn ,
all Gainesville of
Gallop Mrs. Michael Frazer. and Mrs. Marlon Snyder So.
the fun and soclalblllty were Mr. and Mrs. I'lvh-
my life as I saw going .. fishing and caught has the POWER and must
Redfearn and Mrs. Barry Wy C. Charleston Ohio have been recent -
of the afternoon Mr. Hess of ard Scripture of Rochester N.
down there and coming back. some tuna and dolphins. They use It. In Mr. Kerrigan thereIs
man. Ohio was a Guest, Mrs. Ethel guests 'o( Rev. and Mrs. Y. Mr. Scripture Is Rev.Scrip
- By the way. If you ever go also went to the Will Rogers ; that ever faithful and hard Carrie
A group of 41 people traveledto to Disney World, let me suggest Show, and attended polo game. Weyman, chairman In charge work in promoting and work- Milton Scripture.- Mrs. ture's nephew.D .
Jacksonville last Friday; that whatever you do,don't W. were sorry to hear that had appointed Mrs. Lilly Roberta Ing for the senior. By March -

S.E. McKAYREALTOR evening to enjoy dinner and a miss the Hall of Presidents, two of our neighbors, Mrs. ; who Is 2nd vicepresident 1, the new Food Stamp program -
play at the Alhambra Dinner and the 360 degree Circle- Orlando Roberts and Dick Hi!- to act as registrar. will be In effect. Many
Theatre. The play was"Honey Vision Theatre by Monsanto Hard have been fighting the Since the annual meeting of seniors who do not qualify or =

Keystone rits. 473-4816 moon For Three" starringAnn This Circle-Vision surrounds flue buBo Clay Electric will be held on refuse to qualify for welfare D s lJQ( )
B. Davis of the Brady you with screens, gives Mrs. Rlggens of Lake Alto March 23. the regular (;ameWednesd.1y supplementation may have an

Bunch TV Show. Also featuredwas the Impression of being In a Mrs. Badlne of Ocala, and Mrs. opportunity; to obtain food

HOMES-ACREAGES Ray Cantrell son of Mr. huge bubble floating along being ,McDanlels of Jacksonville stamps Keep working.
the 22nd due
RENTALS and Mrs. Kent Cantrell of able to see everything all were guests of their sister to the Keystone seniors,please keepa
Keystone Heights. the way around you. Not only; Mrs. Owen Bryant recently. Co-op meeting the 23rd. card of cheer going Mrs.

Ur.. M.ib..n was It very Impressive, It was Mra. Bryant was visiting and FISHING REPORTThe Lilly Johnson's way, at the
47V474Upol free' In fact we spent three- shopping In Jacksonville, re- I Alachua Hospital In Gaines
,,
Ch .lnitoa47V Jt j"L.
J/Aoblnion Rhett (Butch) Fox Is now em- fishing seems to be getting .- s o .
47-t04l fourths of the day looking cently. ville. Lilly and her husband,
PiiohclCur 47J-404I.. ployed with Roy Bridges & Associates better all the time fel- !)!)
*> free attractions.As Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lorimler Pete, are Sunshine Chairmenfor
; and has moved to Birmingham lers, so It looks Uke we should
for our building program of Jacksonville, spent last have fine the Starke Club, and after -
some mighty fishing
Ala. It's coming along good We Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. this Spring And I'm that the Club meeting Tuesday, 10 KEY

. : S :: :.S: .V :: ; r got all the wall framing up and D. W. Carpenter. Mark Red- will be Just fine with sure ? Feb. 22, they went shoppingand
: tlm.t1 Right
$.111t 1iHW : :; us.
. :mriffi1M1Mtii: ::; : ? ; : sv sUirtt : we were expecting: the trusses dish of Starke spent Saturdaywith Lilly suffered a shatteredhip F: 9
'.' this past Menday. Daddy his grandparents>> the Car- flightThe fracture and Is at the ..Y.tM.
DRIVE lt l BANKING has been off for three weeks penters. fishing has been good Gainesville hospital for about I CUAAUIIOko :.
i ;1 now, and with the help of friends Friends of John Hutchinson off our dock for a good while three weeks. At the March 14 :.
: and neighbors and a few rela- of Opal Lake will be sorry to now. and I'm sure It would bea Club meeting the patron of St.

tives has been able to move hear that he Is In the hospital whole lot better If I had timeto Patrick will be honored with 1 EIJC'I1RIC;
,: In sit out there and fish. motif
: right along. My grandparents, Jacksonville name tags In the Irish
.' :.. Hubert and Palma Chltty; spent Mr. and Mrs. Barney Nelsonof My grandfather, Hubert Chit.1 .- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richards O
..'.. .: 1 ty; caught a 4-pound catfish ;?
'' a weekend with us and helped Mclntosh, spent Saturday with will present a program. Key- ,
: with the work. My cousin Jim the Jack Millers. Lou Miller from our dock, Granny Chltty stoners, let's all be there .ADIII.aG.

: my McLeod of Birmingham, attended the funeral of Jimmy caught several bream, and Ma- EASTERN STARA :41. ..

;:' :: tattthi Ala., came down last Saturday Ramsey In Gainesville, Monday ma caught abouta 3-pound Jack- Courtesy will be presented AACIIIiI?
ii' fish the other day. So nowadays .
'in' and with Tuesday Lou and Carl
stayed; us to the retiring officers of .. :
; : keep rods and -
:: till Thursday and was a Van Arnum and sons of Gainesville we a pole 1971 of the Keystone Chapterof
big help to father. spent the with Dewey baited on our dock: and catch
" my Jimmy day OES on March 7 at 8 p.m.
: l left Thursday going to his home Murrhee and Frances Crews In fish while we're working. Annual reports will also be H.r.'. a .. ...tn., .11-purpoM adding machine' designed1lor
on Lake Apopka at Inverness, Graham.It Raymond Maljphurs' has still made. This Is the last Chapter y.ir. of dswndabis troublfrM porfonrnnct. This
been catching bass most every- 10-K. Chimplon/ lists 7 columns and totals
planning to get In some fish- seems that congratulationsare Ma- compact. v
for Worthy
; day. His son Bugs taught hima meeting a (999.999.99). Elsctrto: operation nutos. flgursworiifast
: & ing. But he Just couldn't stay, In order for the former tron Mattie Lee Klngsbury and
. lesson Sunday. They went sod effort!*!*.
and he back Satur- Mrs. Jackie Lanler. On February
, Jot,MAY 7I M.M away was Worthy, Patron Floyd Koons.
.:.? day. My cousins Kay and Kenneth -' tile llth, she became Mrs. fishing together and Bugs caughttwo Incoming Worthy MatronelectIs

..... i No Parking Problems. .. Padgett and daughters Jackie Hall when she married nice bass. By the way, Betty; Slkes. and Worthy Patron h
',.' it wasn't too long ago that
Tammy and Tracy of Starke Clyde Hall. Clyde was originally M
: Homer Slkes, who will ;
'":,;: Car window t6 teller's window have been out several days help a Hampton-nite. So we offer how Raymond to fish was for bass.teaching. Bugs preside at the March 21 Chap- 1Lt1B'OI'EIM'rE. fip
... ing out. our belated congratulations to < .
", '.,.. banking is just;as quick and easy as that Gary and Barbara Sullivanand the newly weds. Griffins'; Lodge had a pretty; ter meeting. j>' 1P

lour1 Drive-in Service. For son James visited us for good report this week too. Roy llj'L'I.I.INACCING ...*.
when use : all PERSONALS r
, you was busy week, but when I
Friday night
awhile Saturday.
all and withdrawals. Rock and Roll The Melrose Homemakers'Club he did get to go fishing he Keystone folk needing cheer MACHINES f-
I attended
a
:b: your deposits? last Thursday with came back with 7 bass. Alan and visitors who are hospital- A.S LOW
met
Lecture at the Bradford High
Griffin; ized Mrs.Miriam Slocomb- AS".Sf)50(;!) ww
: School Auditorium with Floren President Made Allen presid- caught 8 bass, up to are
KEYSTONE'STATE.BANK' : and Barbara Fisher and son ing. A program on Lines and 4 pounds Tuesday and 12 bass room SOI, Alachua General Hospital -
were brought In John Gainesville Mrs. Daisy
Saturday. ,
Devln. and really received a Designs was presented by Edith ;
1sxtendedCareNursing
.: : Member FJXLC. Keystone Heights. PIa. blessing. Barbara and Devln Nicholson. Also, plans were Ecklund and friend went out Hall, Gainesville:
'. spent the afternoon with us made to supply cole slaw for together, and came In with an Center; and Mrs. Isa-
"Your Friendly;: Bank la Your Friendly Sunday. the Annual Meeting of Clay 8-1/2 pound bass belle Firth, Gainesville Convalescent Bradford County Telegraph '
Uncle Alfred
. aiYmMWty". : Lillian Norwood and Made Co-op which will be the 23rd. Hudson and cousin Center.
Allen' were visiting relativeslast The March meeting of the Buddy Ellis caught 25 From StarkeMrs.. Lillie
specs one day last week. Johnson, who Is also In Ala-
.. week In Tallahassee. _Mr. Homemakers' Club will be held --


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of the Ore house and other. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service loom large'"den; new lama esC.an PHONE 964-7826
9<<-7701 $ a.m. to 9pjn.weekdays.
: *. In kitchen cabinets. Large' 123
expense '
14 FEBRUARY 1972 .' The Chief and his assistantexpressed USED PARTS x 200 lot with tree., high and tf 421W. MADISON ST .JEMMY. MOORE'S
thanks "to each and H. Waldo dry. Rd. '100 East. 3 mites. SUN SPORTS
every supporter" In the Lawtey Hwy.301 Very convenient terms. Call _
AS REQUIRED UNDER FLORIDA STATUTES, area for their help In the past 448.1998 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru,, : WATSON'SHOUSE MOORE BOAT!: FOR

CHAPTER. 196-193! ((2)) ,;" and future. l Saturday.. Tfchg OF VACUUMS ,YOUR.MONEY.
r Many brands of new vacuums
J. ': SAVE 439.00 up. Used'machine* from Starie:;:Ph. 18<<-5191
ALL $10..Expert Repairs all nukes.
CARD OF THANKSWe
Distance .... .
wish to express our deepest That Wang Pacts and Accessories for aU. Complete Outboard AStern
RELIGIOUSLITERARY appreciation to Mrs.Joyce Phone Calla w.w vacuums. Built In Central vac-' ,DrlVe' Service and
Rlherd and the Bradford County W* now handle air line, o.Kn us ow inc umn cleaning systems; 712 N. Repair.'Complete Fiber

Health Department Dr. A.J. tickets, cruises, and tour*. .Main Gainesville 376-7110 glass 'Repair. Custom-
Barry the nurses and aidesat built Fiberglass" Fishing
W.offs a pclal packag
Bradford County Hospital FOR SALE. 3 Bedroom 2 bath Boats/; '
and DeWltt C. Jones Funeral Tour ef New. brick home located country
alARITAILIE Home for their many visits Disney World .Club Estates, Central beat and
and Undoes To our neigh' RUGS- 6x9. $3J9j 9 x 12., air conditioning fully carpeted..
bore, friends and relatives for Call 964-1,", 598. Many colors and pattern Approximately 1-1/8 acre of "
SCIENTIFIC ''UI Mb their exprescions of sympathy *. Also larger sizes at land. Call Bill Powell at 964. BULLDOZER SCRAPER
: flowers and food. May God TOWN FINANCE CO. DAHMER'S DISCOUNT. lOt/chg 6464 or 964-6810 after 5 OPERATORS NEEDED
NOII-PlOfI' ORGANIZATION ONS bless each of you. -- The PO."Box 224 N. Tomolo 3/23 Pm. TRAINING now being offered
family if Willie Green. 5I on modern heavy ,equipment.

'. ., \ %I INSURANCE. ,37-1/2 Acres West Starke Industry ,.wages,exceed $6 per
:TOM FRISBEE In Experience
hour. 1 mq.toarea. -
MITMake Edwards Road to Butler Road.
AT REDUCED RATES
JANINCOME PRISQEII not necessary. For immediate
Paved Road and Railroad Industrial
: application with the..Tax Assessor for Tax LEONARD'S OUTBOARD I TAX 'SERVICE AUTO. FIRE, BOAT and residential. A. J. Code '305-565-6443 application, call or write Area

I Exemption. We urge each person of authority In DOYLE E. CONNER Thomas Realtor Tel.964-5701 Heavy Equipment Division 3020N.

these to make SHOP $3.00 up INSURANCE AGENCY SALE ON MOTOROLA Quasar Federal Highway,Bldg 2.
organizations application with this Clastren and Sportcraft Fact accurate, Reasonable tchg. TV. Up' to $100 discount.Dah- WANTED- Used furniture refrigerators Suite 204, Fort Laulerdale.
/
office on 'or before April" lst. Mfe have mailed Every Day 9 A.M. 9 P.M. mer's Discount House. 4tchg/ wa.ber.bh I>; Fla. 3330! .. 2tp 3HAMPl'ON /

applications to the orfanlzatlons of whom we havea BOATS Sr. 11,3 MI. N. MlddUburg 3/9 mers Discount House tf/chg
LAKE LOTS
II t correct mailing address. Johnson Next Door Fla. Statewide PUMPS WE GIVE SERVICEWe get SE -DRlVERS NEEDED Paved road 75 feetwaterfront.

: J Meter Realty results! List your property for TRAINING now being offered 1000.00 down, $J.OOO.OOayear'
": NEW AND USED sale with us. Call today. ttirowh faculties of Class B 1Dt.7"Ia.. One price.-
! THANKS, Phone 282-5079 BILL POWELL, BROKER:964- Common Carrier. Industry ale your choice. A. J. Thomas -
Johnaeend E lnruei. 'TP-4/U SALES 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg wages exceed $5 per hour. Sarfcey Fla.
CHINS LOWS Parts PARTS Over-the-road driver training
Phone SOK.ysten. FOR RENT- Klngsley Lake HAY FORSALE-Excelientqua- covering most states.'Experience ) FOR SALEi'1065 half ton Ford
: ASSESSOR Heights 2 BR house, furnished yearly. SERVICE Uty $30.00 per) ton.J. R. Wain- not necessary: For immediate pick up.'
Deep and Shallow Wells transmission.e'buc
No pet) *. Fhom 539-2261. Wright. Phone 9647835. 3tchg application call Area matic;
tfchg Water Softeners and 3/2 Code 3-5-565-6446. or write seats; radio and heater. Is In
Filters Semi-Driver Division 3020 N. perfect running condition. Call
Federal Highway. Bldg. 2,Suite after 3 tun. 964-7544. Mrs
Reno.FOR SALElncomell'Ope Duplex) 2 bedrooms) each.in Plumbing Supplies INCOME TAX SERVICEWe 204: Fort Lauderdale Fla Seeber Moody;" Itchy
/ I are happy to announce that 33306. 2

/ FROM Good Income. Long term tenant -
EASTER EXPERT SERVICE ON G. Phillip Redmon and Margaret FOR SALBV.;General Electric
1987 Call*. 9646512.Property never vacant.tfchg ALL MAKES Crosby have Just completed GOOD PENSACOLA Hay .for Automate*)Washer. $50 Like

PHONE ,964.7061DURRANCE an advance course In ale. Reasonably priced. Telephone new. Dahmer. Discount. Itchg'
Income tax preparation and
Suits TO. CASH MONEY. for lit or 2nd will be most happy to assist 964-7679. tfchg FOR SALE-12 gauge double

Mortgage, -call John Bradley964.5U10. 3/2 you In filling out your Income FOR SALELake side cottageto barrel foxshotgun.$50.00.DaAmer's -
"
Stchg PUMP A SUPPLY CO.
3487 tax. be moved approx 1,000soy Discount. Itchy
Town Finance Company 226 ft. aluminum siding. 2 BR.
WANT TO RENT-Bedroom N. Temple Ave. 964-7449 tfchg, large family' room. Ideal for FOR SAL -'!!eelstered Angus
house with one to five acres small family. Buford Mitchell :2 yr. old bull.; J. B. White.

l (,1 StartsSLACKS. SOCKS In Phone Starke collect area.1-904-725-2864 No children. SHOP SEWING MACHINE-Cleasjeo Phone 964-6853. tfchg 964-6114. .I ftchg
WELDING
F after 5 pun. It>>. oiled and actUated In ;your FOR) RENT-1-2! bedroom house FOR SALU-teood Coastal Bermuda -
.
2 FOR'SOO 1 DOZ $2L home 85.00\, Vaeumn cleaner at. 525 W. Pratt call 96458i4. hay_O-B. .White 964-
rr' FOR SALE Dinette Set baa All work -
guaranteed.
Whtepcrfngr Ping .>ifp. repairs aisu. Mrs. R. E. Mundorff. 6114. Itchg
table and four chairs Call.964- S. Dennis E. Cosgins, Phone
Phons
tel US 301 '
7667. Itehg.DON'T 431-1428 ttch* FOR SALENew 1972 quality
s DOUBLE KNIT 984-8252 WANTED- acres or more, mobile homes. 12 x 60'; two
, WORK Harder Work TRAILERS In around Starke. Terms. bedroom $3995.00. Furnished
9 UTILITY or
smarter. Write own FOR RENT Trailer lot,, on '
your pay
set lot. For Sale-
onyour
Phone 964-5028 write E. J. up
BUILT or
CUSTOM F.P.L. Call
check In Sarah Coventry. Call after 5:00
jun.
27' travel air
trailer
Benton, 521 Gornto Lake Rd., con-
Palatfca 325-3508 after 6 GAS AND ELECTRIC 964-8238. ttcflg.INTERSTATE .
pan. Brandon, Fla. 33511.2U ditioned, central heat oven refrigerator -
or St. Atvusttne 82t-t057.1fp. WELDING BRAZING >, 3/2 .]' lOUd fibre glass

887Fa.A. SHEET METAL : MOBILE Homemoving walls In bath Shower toilet.

COUNTRY CORNER ,:TRAILER INSTALLEDFOR HITCHES in Fla.. Call 96456011.tfchg". LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf For Home.Sale 10," x Three'55 and used 12 Mobile x 60.

t> Country Club ready for Prices starting at $1,000.; For
i ANTIQUES building on or for lme. 11tInt.
Sale: Plckmip. )truck camper's
'
; W. Buy Any Quantity WE NOW HAVE diamond nee. Lots area approximately 1/2 toppers several sizes, tchg.
ATH. "a well done feeling acre and larger. Paved roads
> Job dies for any make or model Olin Mobile Homes Sales Rt.
COMPLETE ESTATES clean carpets with Blue Lustre. stereo 1'18)81'Dahmer'' .Discount only' 3 minutes from town. 100 West ;-Storke, Fla. tfchg
STORE ESTATE JEWELRY Rent electric shampooer $ House tfchgBRADFORD Call 984-7701 8 sjn.. to 5 PJJJ.
ITADt. GUNS ANTIQUES Devrick Inc., Builders Hardware HAMMONDB DISCOUNT HOUSE
306 N.W. 6th StreetGAINESVILLE. Supplies, Starke Fla. ft CLAY County. Now open,asily'from 9 a.m.
FURNITUREAll FOR SALE. 3 bedroom frame .
.I! It. Brown's & Morris Plumbing to 9 p.m. Open Sunday from
>.> FLA. Good Merchant! Contractors Repairs Re- house Florida room and garage 12 to 9. Clothe. for the whole
CALL BILL FOR SALE 1971 blue CL 70 modellng-New Construction fully carpeted and drapes family. Plus. sheets pillowcases -
BRUNOFSKY
Honda, good condition. Helmet Phone 964-8131 or 284-9964. Included.: Partially furnished. and towels. Discount priceson
473-3483 and bubble shell $230. Phone. 6tp 3/23 Located at 315 Lafayette St. all 301 north of City limit
782-8784. Itp. BUI Powell Real! Estate. 964- 1 mile. Allyjatronage will be
Sport Bring To M., Or I Will 8464. Itchg.:
1966 BEL AIR CHEVROLETfor appreciated.; lip
Come To Your Hon,.. furnished
CoatsWORK rr FOR RENT-! One bedroom -
house no pete. Call sale Call, $300 cash by own- ..............................., ..........
er. 964-7984 for Infor- -,' .
: ; : .864-5821. Itchg. maUon.ltp. .

4 Talon& applications fFHA235 FOR SALEApproximately 5 For.Sale All-channel TV Antenna FACTORY I HELP NEEDED I
( : P.O. Box
DonLE i311RASTLII 125.'lerme.
2187 mxrrsrSINOLE'HI' acres on win 40 foot mait.Where
208; Lawtey Phone 782-3544. Is and ..-1.. CalI96t-8nt.ltp.
New Brick 3 and dBedroom Itp. Ow n Joist of Florida.! Inc. need dependable, able
DOUI1LB KNIT 81 Hones FOR SALE 1965 Falrlane 8 bodied factory help. No experience n.c....".
150 FOR RENT-! bedroom home work I-
cyU Automatic transmlsilon. Steady evertlme, fringe benefits.
SPORT CaD for
COATS Details one mile south Starke on SOU Fair
SIZES 30. 31 comfortable. Low shape good tires, rues

j ALl 817-1: Low Down'Payment rent.Remodeled Telephone: 964-7783. lip good. Price $295.00 511 W.W.I. IF YOU ARK WILLING TO WORK'APPLYOWEN
sad Moderate Monthly' born St. Phone 964-6509.J. M. A.T.
Flare Jeans Girls Jeans Payments WANTED Set o r- 1/2 set Dyer 2 tjp. 3/9 JOIST >"rr': 4iLinaln
men's golf clubs, good condition -
LONGCHAMP HOMES 964-8090 PET OWNER Now Pie.
Phone Ounston." open.
587 2 pnlr for $10.87 'Sites S..- 13 2'87A ..... N4UI or 9647600. Itp., 3/2. tore. Perfect Grooming Salon ,. .. City Read ..Monday rhre.t'.i'' !rfday .
lop ,207 : '. ',
N. Temple .Starke Fin
:
i, 1..1.. SIZE an,..... BSai.., Waitress' t'' T. "
i' HELP WANTED eetcomplete grooming 7:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. '
77 nights. Tuck a Drive-in. Ph. all breeds. Across from Sears. nemNNN.....
964-9977.Ito. owner Scout, Young lip ......... N .

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