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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Spiraling natural gas

Hunter House To Burn Starke rates are officials causing much City con-of

,
,
i these much
cern daysso

As 42 Volunteer that an informal discussionof
Found
the situation lasted more

Firemen PracticeBradford than an hour Tuesday night

after the regular city council

Dead meeting ended.

County total of 42 firemen are
Fire I Department! In the classes. Biggest Increase In the gas
undergoing 15 hours rates have come at the
power
\ single shot In the back
/ In fire where have
fighting plant prices gone
of the head proved fatal I to
fire prevention. up over 76 per cent In the
Marvel Nclton lanner 40, of r A skeivDue
yM' K S 1
I
three monthsfrom 3.3
past
Orange: Park In the tamp; .... I. Climax: of the week
cents per therm to 5.82333
IHandingllldlife\ : Managementrea ftr sessions will be the
cents per thermo
\ last Saturday. ; Ing of a house At
I.JrI I.-
AJ the Bradford The Increase have pushed fuel
'I( he office of Clay' Count' /
the costs at the plant
\ the street from power up
:Sheriff Jennings/ Murrhce has tion on Edwards PrisonFriday $19,000 over last year and could
launched an intensive investigation volunteers will cost the city up to $GOOOIl(
iif circumstances! surrounding / { posefully set blaze over an entire year. I uel costsat
.
(the shooting: with no out as a practice tile power plant for natural
dale l set for the final hearingand < ) gas: last! year: were about $011-
verdict of the coroner's Conducting the 15 000. At t the current higher ratesIt

mry. She jur was empaneled classroom and could go up to 150,01)0) In
Satin; 'da, b District) 4 .lusllicof Ing Is Dewey
> > the
current
.. Itcubin Askew Is sched- year.
.. .. '
fence firaham, llutchlnson, ---- a ----- -- -- --- sentative of the
to arrive at the I Florida I'uel costs to the, city's nat
visited (the scene of the fa- Colleire.Volunteer; .
lalil)', and heard testimony, but Dogpofch are on the itorring I line for Sadie Hawkins Day in the stage Prison Italford) Friday ural gas distribution systemis
firemen at 10 o'clock for an paid 6,51cenls\ per thermin
was recessed pending the au-
t0ps.ICX' | >lt.l : production of Lil Abner to be teen this Friday and Saturday nights, do, Hampton, Brooker tour of the over- Hecom'jer, up .H cents per
Keystone Heights, Institution. therm.
Tanner I was: \vlationl'leetikl.nt sentatives of the Governor will be met Clerk Merrill Edwards: told

thief (senior /grade) on Department are the prison by Louis I.. Wain- the found I luesdty night/ that
active duty .it the l.icksonvlllc classes sponsored by of the Florida Chuck Quinn of I lor Ida (Gas:
director
,
\i\il; : Mr..: suuion. He resided ]LiZ Abner To Be Staged ford County Volunteer I of Corrections who, Transmissions, the firm from

at17't!) \lsej Drive, Orange I Friday, made a present- which the city purchases! natural
I'iuk: Mill his wife I I'leanlr: to Askew asking his sup gas, Is not regulated b.x
\nn, and three children Four'A 21.5 million the I ederal !'ower( mission
Cold of a proposed
on the fuel sold to an Individual
\ (fii> iienl hunter at 'amp In fixed capital
<
| Here consumer! such as the
for two new correctional
IIlandinI'armer/ checked into Friday Saturday to relieve over- power plant. 'I he I P(' docs have:
the abate aturd'Imorn
area -
In jurisdiction over the gas rates
conditions existing
In//:. Ills l body was discovered charged to the distribution( system .
In a thickly woofed area of the .
Waln- the clerk !said he was
\oi'th range: about 2.30: p.m. Dogpatchcrs battle to save fanny Yokum. C'ro"bv.If Scn'f-: Gene Tan- F.ye I'leagle Karl Warden, his pointed presentation out that maxi- told.

Saturday i bx other hunters. He their home from being blown up Directed by Richard Jockel, ner, Moonbeam McSwine- Jackie Dr. Smlthbourne- Jim Lawson, of the Italford Starke Is one of nine I lorida
had been dead(foi sex oral! hours, 1)the t.s I (Government; In the the cast for Lil Abner is: Cline, f.lrr'ln'. Sam. Richard Dr, Krogmyer-h Hugh Crosby, occupancy should be no more than cities (VI)Ing Washington: !1).( .
since i rigor:; mortis was settingIn March of Dimes benefit per- .Jockel, Earthquake: :'ote- Dr. Schlifltj; Gene Tanner, The Camp Hlandlng ) Inmates, while the Murneyeorgc!: Spiegel/ !12'-:!:;
and Is believed to have died formance of the Broadway stag Lonesome Polecat Mille Me- GoonTom Casey, Daisy Mac Secretaries Margie Dowling, station recorded a Inmate population pre-Is 000 for representation In tile
instantly from the shot which production of I 1.11nber to be Rae; Hairless Joe- Pat Farnsworth Lynn\ Greene and Sylvia Reddish Jeanne Loper; Butler- Hugh Wednesday ; 1,000 above rea- gas rate Increase battle officials
entl'l'ed'lI'l'' back of his head staged I i'riday and Saturday, Romeo Scragg Jim Crosby, Policeman -l1uby Sink, thermometers -- The Lake of the nine cities have
. near I the 1 bate of the skull. .Ian :22-23!:! at 730; p.m. In Lawson Clem ScraggHugh Pappy Yokum-' Phil'ellen- and Dogpatchers- Betty War- and the New !lIver I reception capacity. center new has a been Invited to attend a con-
Ho was' wearing\ : the usual I jun- ga, Msrnmy Ikum, :MaxieTuc) den, Margie Howling\ Montle also reported an 712 In- ference tomorrow (I rlday, Ian.
gle-M( camouflage/ Jumper ker Lil XbnerJim O'Neal!.; Waskln, Joyce Crosby, .Jackie degrees In the capacity said of while 22)) Tampa with Spiegel./
will) hunU'IIl'all.' : Mayor Dawgmcat- Joe Gissy, Williams freeze of the winter 1 Wainwrlght Clerk Edwards I: and !Tower
Frank
Chapman, ,
Inmates at
1,007 pre-
Senator Jack S. Phogbound- ther had been
'Ille I dead man's automobile John Chapman, Peter rancher, Plant Supl. George; / (,rauduns
rald Williams, Dr. Itasmussen mild since an early
have been asked to attend Ole
found paiked about five Salazar Joyce Ntlllams
was: Tom KIngvatf.1ble Jones- Dorothy In November when also pointed to
to six hundred feet burn where Jeanne toper I Carol conditions" In the conference nod city councllmcn
Mcl.eod, GovernmentMan
Larry atures also dropped
his lax just north of Q" Donna Helen arc also Invited tOHllend. ( nun-
bodx (beforeRudy Sink, Gov- Cheek, Greene. low 20's11 services and facilities .
(ale 2 on the north side of ,: ernment Man(afterDon Cline, Oglesby, and Mildred Fancher. ,\ exposed bloom the correctional Institutions, cllmen Hilly Noogcl\ / and 11 mm:
said
1 Bowen they may be ableto
Hlglnvi.x 1C.I had brought the division
Wives Jackie Chapmen, Doro- John Torode Is in charge of on Bradford attend.
'I I the case Is being Investigated adverse criticism"
MaxldHurk- thy Salazar, Joyce Williams, props. Sandee Hall and I-aural berry plantings were / (Ides Involved arc <,alnes-
b.x Chief Dcputx.' husband-' Williams, John Jockel will handle the stage by Wednesday's cold, the nation's press. vi lie, Homestead Sebrlng,
hailer ;and Ifcputj Walter llarve.x director pointed to the
Chapman, and Dennis rancher. setting. Jessie Moore will han- ers were taking the
.of Green; Coo Springs .... educationConlhhued Lakeland, Klsslmmte! Tallahassee 1 -
for stepped-up -
Vince
Coioner Hulchlnson said Ole General Bull moose- DeWitt dle the spotlight, and sophically. Killing I.ake Worth, I urn
rarabee Appaslonate'on and
curtain
Spongier the spot-
Pierce, and t final I heating will be set after Climax: Joyce Crosby, Evil lights. Continued on Page on Page Pouri'
the autopsy report is received. "I his Is tile most critloilthing
that has hit the city since
I've been clerk," I dwards said

4 Wrecks Count To Plan Tuesday night.

n." J JR' Jv City ; :Y the Council; meeUng members more than hung, an around hour

7 'I 1 uesday night; discussing measures -
Injure
that can be Liken to
rAt
offset! the rising /gas costs.M .

Two persons were treated 20-Year Pa"JBndford ring Needsondary this pant no decision has
been made on whether to raise
and released from Bradford
electric rates, raise gas: rates,
this week and
County Hospital charge; for garbage collection,
five others shaken up In four I <,t rL County Commission Latest paving project com- road funds then used But the current priority list raise tuxes, raise other fees,
automobile accidents In the members and City; ; of Starke pleted by the count>' was Sl21 !- what remained of the $500,000 given the HOI last :March at or trim expenses by cutting:
count'. officials will meet with repre- at Santa F-o Lake which to purchase rlghl-of-waj/ for the annual ro id planning meeting out some services city residents -
Both drivers were chargedIn _u_. sentatives of the State Department cost around $220,000, far a- the SK-16 paving' now underway' In I Lake City wis: now receive
a Tuesday, Jan 12, crasha of Transportation next bove the $180,003 projected for bj the !state. 1)J .42 miles of a road around 'I 1 rend of the comments was

mile west of Hampton on "You con tell when there Is love in a horn. ." Abner and Wednesday Jan. 27, to put on the project. SH-235! the Brooker Brooklyn I lake near KeystoneIt that officials/ fiel t raising/! electric
SK-221 when one car crashed paper their road paving plans hjdrecarbons road, was will be >ears before enough: Heights from Slt-IOD. ( to the rates will be a last! resort -
into the rear of another. Doth Daisy Mae sing. for the next 20 years completed two years ago. 'Io/ second ir> funds will accrue for county line. 'I I the road would since, according/ ) C lerk
were traveling south on Si-; finance that the county! bor- the county to think seriously I I dwards, the city's electric
221 and William .\rthur Hull, the BUS Auditorium Bradford's first priority; rowed against its future sec- about road building.: 'Continued l"onUK PaRe Four, rates lire already the third
27, Hampton, was going at a however, Is money. highest In the M."ltc'.

slow rate of speed. Ullllam K. Tickets will be$1.25 for adults Warm Up Invitation to attend the session Retail' /gas rates charged/ In;
Brown 46, Ilampton, In a 1965 and $1 I for students. Proceeds In the county; commission the city, however are not so

(Cont'd On Pg. \12) will go to the 1971 March of ExpectedBy meeting room at 9:30: a.m. was much out of line with otlic-i
Dimes Drive. accepted Monday morning bx clues and may be cheaper

the Commission at Its mid- than some.
The Production will feature Friday month meeting. rff! In other action 'J uCllda) niflu,
(!be an all-star Bradford County Starke Mayor Carl Hurst said the Council:
cast featuring Jim O'Neal. improvement -Told I lectrlcian lohndloxei'
the new study will cover
GotonCEtierAnnual{ \ LII Abner. Lynn Greene will It'll be fair and cold through. or building of "col- that the council months ago
portray Daisv Mae In Fridax's Thursday but a warm-up I* due lector streets" and minor arterial decided that a serviceman, such
performance and Sylvia Red In local weather In the four- streets as a part of the as a plumber or vlcclrkian,
0 dish will nil the role Saturday day outlook beginning Friday
night Marine Tucker will be according to the Departmentof tern. trust have a phone listed! and

Forestry' Headquarter on some time ago as part of a someone to answer It during:
SR-100 west of Starke five-year road program! Major business hours but that a place
Civitans Hear Hunt said.Chairman. other than a home was not

High Wednesday was expected Dave Shuford asked mandatory to hold a city li-

NSC Functions to be 50 degree' with a Clerk Clb Brown, tonodlyCom- cense.:
low Wednesday night of 25 de- missioners Eddie Allen and lold lover that Brown( on-
'
grees. Ralph Bryan of the meeting. struction ( 0. of dalncsvllle[ ,
Dinner Meeting Twentv CIvltan member The two were In Tallahasseethis now building an addition to
heard Mrs. Thelma Dixon dir- week attending an annual Bradford High, Is doing nothing
Chamberof ector of CL'BB'i Neighborhood The high today Thursday) beginner cession for county wrong by having carpenters put
1* expected to be 54 but temperature ... In the
Commerce Service In Start, discus various commissioners sponsored by a temporary meter pole
dudes of her agency at are not expected togo the State Association of Co'nity; ground and having city power
meeting. a* low tonight. plant employees connect power
Thurs.. Jan. 28 their Jan. 12 Commissioner

7:30: P.M.Starke : Persons receiving public assistance A 20-year study I Is something ... to the pole.
Friday temperature are expected .: It that
out
was pointed no
are encouraged to become new for the county but has been ,.
Golf self-sustaining when possible to be above normal for repeated by the DOT. The .....1>:'-" nY\, t electrical work was done by

And Country Club and to earn their own income the season with a little IncreaseIn chanced county; commission baa never ...:.K'fn-.. ...;--- Brown carpenters.
tllllnldI There 1* a : -Hefcrred GloCr0 the city
gotten far into a priority
Mrs. Dixon told the Ci very
For Keservatlons vitans. showers Saturday. list in a Ye-y.ar period. Hectrlc Hoard of George Grau-

Phone 961.527814attegfll Right now the county has no Wins BIP Award dons, Merrill Does, and L.K.
Twenty-four member attended Whitehead for future problems.
Average. rah all In the county; fund\ accrued In its secondary:

CIvltan the Jan.Club 19 Leonard meeting Register of the for the week from Jan. 11-18 road fund kept by the DOT InTallallu. Said the Electric: Board has
(! (! .tfltAte River and
.17 Inches New
l wa *... In fact, Bradford with his
and John Barrett were Inducted Lads Hill Fire Tower each suit Seeber Goodman, Starke service station operotor, announced: It will henceforth
Into the club at the recorded .2 for the week while must pay off an Florida$85.000 Power grandson, Timmy Harper, 3, accepts a Bradford Improvement. adhere to the four times per
anh Tuesday meeting, bringing total the Santa Fe Tower had only the DOT lost to moving Award for the month of December from John Myert, executive. year which the city code say
membership to 31. onetenth.One of&; Light power in poles a suit on US-301 over north vice-president of the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce. offered.electrician's exams must be


'' ..warm Starke the removal CIvllan o/are old political promoting .- grass fire, first of the come construction: from the ThatSSS.OOOmust county: secondary Goodman received. the aword for. hit remodeling a former -Approved a request for bidson

.a..t veer, was put oat In th Speed-, road fond\ before any Sinclair station on North Temple Avenue where he now operate paving Parker Street In east
M..r f.aiei+ sign from local highway during Standard Oil Station. Goodman he further
the period from Jan. 12 vllle section Tuesday after fund will assure for the county a says plan remodeling
through Jan. 28 three acre. burned. to nse In: road building. and redecoration a* time permit 'Continued on Page Fourl'yu !








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I Woman's Club

Hears Singers
.
r ri From Middle School SLADE'S

w {tlI
The Middle School Chorus Sro
I entertained the Starke Woman's SS ,S

S Club with several musical numbers ?,., sJ "
I at their January mooting
I Wednesday afternoon of last ;

Mootyj Phoo* ,WYSC3 tY U'd week at the club house. The I
r, chorus was directed by Mrs.
Society Editor I Clenda Watten Burger and accompanied -
by Mrs. Holloway.
The Education Department of
theclub, under Mrs. Robert
Barksdale, chairman, was In
charge of the program. The
Ellington-Rogers Hospital Auxiliary teachers of the club were also

Wedding Date Set honored with a special programand
Has Drug Program
each was presented with a
big. red apple.
Mr. and Mrs. Loon Ellington A Mrs. Olio White Jr., vice-
program on drugs and nar-
of Graham, formerly of
president, presided over the'
cotics was presented by Mr.
Starhe announce the approaching -
meeting. Mrs. J.W. Klncaldwas
and Mrs. John Sanders at the
of their daughter -
marriage
Hospital placed on the honorary mem-
Rita Eileen, to Pfc Wil- Auxiliary meeting
bership roll for her 35 years
Monday in
night Methodist Fellowship
,

of Mr. and
bur W. Rogers son
f of club work. New members
Hall.
Mrs.The Willie wedding Rogers will of take Ralford.! place Mrs. J.W. Pitch, vicepresident I j J j'I welcomed Into the club are
presided the :: Mrs. William Glover, Mrs.
over meetIng
;Ian. 22, at 7 -
Friday, p.m. where plans were discussed I 1 William Crawford and Mrs.J.C.
Church.
in the Graham Baptist ,
A reception will follow at the for the Auxiliary booth at the .. -..'- -" ..,, Hobbs.The hostess committee

home of the bride's grandpa- fer County Fair. Mrs. Mary Schaef- .. served refreshments during the
of
rents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Hiv- Keystone Heights was social hour.Junior. s s a s r
voted
in
as a new member.
ers. In Graham.All .
friends and relatives are Hostesses for the social hour
attend. were Mrs. L.O. Hazen and Mrs.
Invited to
WomenTo
A.E. McKinney 1 1 1I

Initiate

Mrs. Mary L. Green Dinner. Party Given New MembersNew I I I

To Be Honored On For Martha MooreMrs. .- -- -...---..--._-_.__.__.. .._-_. .- .... -.-... .-.-,- '

Ninetieth Birthday members of the Junior I r II IIIll

Martha Moore, who Marian M. Anderson Becomes Bride Woman's Club will be Initiatedat Ill I } II i t
moved to Orange Park Fridayand the
February meeting, Itwas
Mrs. Mary L. Green of has accepted a positionat Of Loyd Bryan, Jr. In Morgan Chapel announced last week.
Brooker will celebrate her 90th
the Country Club
Tlmuquana At the January meeting last
birthday, Sunday, Jan. 31, with was honored at a dinner party Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Anderson and sequin cage silhouette gown week Mrs. D.W. Whlffen
open house at the home of Mr. last Thursday night at the Hol- of Lawtey announce the featuring a semi-Cathedral detachable sented a program of slides pre- 13.5 cu. ft.
and Mrs. Tommy Cox In Brook iday Inn given by Mrs. W.F. marriage of their daughter, train with row after taken on a family trip to Ger Refrigerator-Freezer
er.All Oster. Marian Marice to Loyd James row of sequins and cameo lace. many.
friends and relatives are The 14 guests were seatedat Bryan Jr., son of Mr. and For her headpiece she chosea Main business at the January
Invited to call between the hours a long dining table centered Mrs. Loyd J. Bryan of Starke. beautiful tiara of crystal beads session was: planning the Mo- I Big freezer holds up to
of 2 and 5 p.m. with arrangements of pink and Rev. Bob Cooper) performedthe accenting her long sequined ther's March Dimes held Sun I
white cameliaa and a garland nuptials on Jan. 1 at 7:30 train. She carried a crescent day. I 132 lbs.
of camollas extending the length p.m. in the Morgan Road Cha- bouquet of white feathered car- 4 cabinet shelves, one
of the table. pel. nations and fern centered witha
Teena Lea ChasteenHas Scoutmaster
The guests presented the honoree Arrangmenta of shaded pink lavender and white orchid.A h slides out
Slumber Party with a personal gilt as a roses and floral fern decora- reception was held In the Briefs RotaryOn I Twin vegetable bins
memento of the occasion. ted the altar against a back- church fellowship hall where LI, QI I "
ground of branched candelabraand the bride's table was covered ActivitiesTroop Only 30' wide
Tcena Lea Chasteen celebrated poinsettia plants. with a white linen and lace
.
her ninth birthday Friday Mrs. Bob Cooper, organist, cloth and centered with a three- 70 Scoutmaster Don
night with a slumber party for and Miss Cathy Green, soloist, tiered wedding cake topped witha Hardenbrook updated the Starke $249Model
12 girl friends. offered a program of nuptial bride and groom. Cutting the Rotary Club on the Scouting
The girls had a weIner roast music. cake were Mrs. Viola Llsk program here at the club's
Friday night at the Chasteen Michael Bryan attended his aunt of the bride and assist- regular meeting January 13. -
home at State Farm and en- brother as best man and the ing were Mrs. Lucille Carter, Hardenbrook reviewed activi- N..dlitilitrniiilitii _,i, _
Joyed games and refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Lowman Wea- ushers were Donald Jackson, aunt of the groom and Mrs. ties of local Scouts for the past TB-14SL
during the evening.Duplicate ver of Starke announce the birthof cousin of the groom, and Jim- Palmer Williams year, and expressed appreciation -
a son, James Lowman Wea- my Anderson, brother of the The punch table was covered to the Rotary Club for its
ver Jr., on Jan. 15 in the Ala- bride. with a white chiffon over satin sponsorship of the troop. He
Bridge chua General Hospital. Miss Vickie Llsk. cousin of cloth with a garland of fern said there was no difficulty; in .
the bride, served as maid of and centered with a crystal recruiting boys for the pro- vif\ iv|
\Winners Named Mr. and Mrs. George Alton honor. She wore a light blue punch bowl, presided over by gram, but that the problem was
Moremen of Lake Butler announce chiffon over satin sheath with Misses Vickie Anderson and what to do with them after .. 1 $ FamiysizedWasher
Townsent Dent and Ken Dent the birth of a daughter an empire waist and a long Barbara Blake. Miss Cathy they were signed up. He emphasized '
wore the winning couple! at Du- Jessica Lynn on Jan. 13 chiffon bow streaming from the Green kept the bride's book. the need for more
plicate Bridge Tuesday night In Bradford County Hospital. double collar. In her hair she Following a wedding trip to adult leadership, and said that / with
where there were five tablesin wore a light blue feather bow Slier Springs and Six Gun Territory additional troops could be started //
with matching net. She carrieda the couple will reside Is leaders would volunteer.
play.
Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. CANDY STRIPERS- nosegay of floral fern and at Rt. 2, Box 220B. Starke. February has been designated Permanent Press Cycle!
Hilda Dey were second; Mrs. pink rosebuds with pink satin The bride and groom both for a month-long celebrationof
Lucile Davie and G.G. Wren- streamers. attended BUS and Mr. Bryanis the 6Ist Anniversary of ScoutIng _
.
shall were third; and Mrs. The Candy Stripers held their Misses Cindy Bryan, sisterof employed at E.I. Dupont De- and Hardenbrook outlined'?' a. r .a s xisles' t j
George Miller and Mrs. J.D. monthly meeting last Thursday the /groom and Rose Marie Nemours & Co. Inc. a-number of interesting activities y I I FILTER-FLO
Odom Jr. were fourth. night In the Library of the Lathem, attended as brides- for the troop during the --- .
The club meets every Tues- Bradford County Hospital with maids. They wore royal blue text six weeks. J WASHER
day night at 7:30 p.m in the president, Miss Pam Ricks, chiffon over satin sheaths with Trust FundIs 1.. :c
empire waist and chiffon CARD OF THANKS '
Pratt Street Recreation Center presiding.The long Started For 08 _
members made new organizational bows streaming from the neck- May we take this method of '
changes with their line. Their'headdress was a Cemetery Care thanking our friends for their --- ----- 0 Filter-Flo wash
new sponsor, Mrs. Bill Cham- large chiffon bow of royal blue. kind expressions of sympathyIn :k -' .:::::_ System
Mrs. James Crosby under- bers. Plata were made for a They carried nosegays similar recent bereavement. =-- --- 3 water-level
went Monday in Ala- All persons Interested In continuous our -
surgery to the
booth at the Bradford County; honor attendant's.The These acts have beena selections
thoughtful
chua General hospital care at Crosby Lake
Fair. bride, given In marriageby great source of comfort in o 3 wash 2 rinse
Cemetery are Invited to con-
her father, wore a lace
tribute to a trust fund which our sorrow, and will always temperaturesPorcelain
has been started for this pur- remain a cherished memory. enamel
Dose. It Is hoped that the fund -The family of T.J. Alderman top, basket and

Bra & Girdle will grow to the extent that Interest Sr. 0 Permanent tU Press
from the money will y;;.ollo
provide the necessary upkeepof Cycle with"Cooldown"
r .
the cemetery.
The cemetery Is now under =
-
SALEBRAS the Jurisdiction of a nonprofit L

corporation Crosby Lake LOW
Cemetery, Inc., to whom the
Rev. R.D. Burch Is under- LOW 188 |
was deededby
property; recently \
going surgery Thursday in the
DeWitt C. Jones. Three lo-
::7cLr _" u,.. 'cal churches are the Incorpor- Gainesville Medical Center. \ PRICEWWA5400U
.p
( ,- ators. "
Persons Interested In con Mrs. J.G. Caldwell and Mrs. 30
,
_- T.A. Yawn and
daughters were
.
tributing to the fund may send
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contributions to Box 368, in Mlcanopy last Friday visit-
Starke. ing Mr. and Mrs. L.R Mack.


Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Branch Automatic Range GREAT

Priest Station of Norfolk Va. are guests this
ct$117Th..o week of Mr. and Mrs. E.P.
Hit By Theft Renner. BARGAIN

:: Last FridayThe Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bolling-

-' mk<.you''''''.- er attended a Chlropratic Sem- conpietel Autqrncic-All Porcelain
liar is our"bra of polycoHorunpatitfedor / sheriffs department has inar In Jacksonville over the
7/ 1 unp.dd.dIyla. reported a break-In last Fri- weekend. No Matches- Life Time Burner

_--' dax back Parttltd Iyer< span A B day night at the Hubert Priest Choice Of White Or
l- cup unpattdtd e C cup service station in Lawtey. Mrs. Charles ZIPperertfor- Coppertone
3240. Deputy Robert Green, who mer deputy
Investigated, said that entry ty; Clerk's office, has replacedMrs.
was made by breaking through Martha Moore at Shell
a rear door. Among the Items OH Co. Mrs. J.M. Edwards '
stolen were 25 cartons of cigarettes Jr. will replace Mrs. Zipper-
GIRDLES a number of flashlights er as deputy clerk and Mrs.
and cigarette lighters, and about Moore has accepted a positionat SO'le11900
$7 In change Tlmuquana Country Club In

Jacksonville.Mrs. .

Mrs. EdwardsIs W.F. Herlong Is Improving ,
/. OUR In St. Vincent's Hos-
U. ."- REG. $244Long New Deputy pital following a heart attack
$2,992j In Clerk's Office two weeks ago.

Mrs. J.H. Moseley has returned -
\ /erg toegtfdl*'in lightweight"" Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr. after three weeks visit
? \ ,- but controlling''' lVCOtp,_.. has been employed as a deputyIn In Knoxvllle, Term with Dr.
\ Will*only;l>mS M L-XL, 't
1 the office of Clerk of the and Mrs. James E. Moseley.
Court Gilbert S. Brown, suc- Mrs. Mabel Evans of Memphis,
\ USE OUK HANDY ceeding Mrs. Lola H. Zipper- Tenn. returned with Mrs. Mose-

LAYAWAY er, who resigned recently to ley for several weeks visit. Slade Gas
/ accept a position with Torode
of ,. Shell Oil Co.

Mrs. Edwards was formerly TilE BRADFORD
: ; HALF PRICE SALE! associated with her husbandIn COUNTY, TELEGRAPH;
the operation of Bradford
Engineering Co. before the business Published every Thursday
LI was sold to Denny Con la US W. Cll Street' And

: PANTY HOSE 69 + crete of Gainesville last year. SUrke. Florida 32091 Appliances'

I Our Ifnnr duality micro; m. nh .f" Second class postage paid
panty hot m neutral' and lath'iontrtailtf. REQ.I .
I 1".".5'to ft'9"ALWAYS Riling taxes M lobieco and -.-... Florida
S 1.37
alcohol may do more thin
I. will power to reinforce: new Puhocrlplloa Rates:
If pen on. thru. Thursday resotaUoas.:
years, In trade area! ".00 332 WEST MADISON ST.
peryurj PHONE
: l. *r- ----- r ft to 6 P.M. 964.7701wwwwwwwwry
.';i n Loud voice Hit but ""' J IZ.7J six: months.
>" n on : 11'
[r i.j : S. ;r PH., Sal 9 to7P.M. /years ago 1 could,,' even spell Outside trade area: 15.50per I
1st QUALITY, AT CARPS tttabllttimtnt' and now my 7'U/I3.00} six month
Open Sunday afternoons what "
'--"'"' kid 'tttt mt that's I am. I
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Mrs. Clyde, Terwtllegar?, Mr. and Mrs. Jim David of Rev. and Mrs. V.J. Ragsdale .w. SMAll CAR.
and daughter Anne, attended a Detroit Mich were guests of of l DeBary were Sunday over- .
mother-daughter tea In Sanford| Mr. and Mrs. Jeromo Johnsat night guests of Mrs. L.D. Vin-
Sunday afternoon given by Mrs. Crystal Lake last week. Ing The Ragsdales also visit-
Frank Meband Jr. and daugh- ed Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham- THERE ARE FIVE
ter, Shelley. Buddy Grider of Fernandina pion, Mrs. W.E. Middleton and
Beach spent Sunday to Wednesday other friends while here.
Mr. and Mrs.Charles Schaf- with his parents, Mr.
fer of Atlanta, Ga. are visiting and Mrs. R.H. Grider. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- THINGS TO CONSIDER !
Mrs. F.J. Shaw and relatives dale are In Columbus, Ga. and
here this week. Local admittances to Brad- Eufaula, Ala. on business Tuesday v
ford County Hospital this week to Thursday.
Jim Douglas Is home till the Include: Edward R. Corbett M Ip'Y KAMMBACK
end of the month after completing Mrs. Gayle Renfroe. Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Mable Whlsler of Un-i
the Air Force Officer Bryant and James S. Mer- iomrllle, la. Is visiting her bro WAGON
Training program at Lackland Iwether, Keystone Heights; ther-in-law sister, Mr.and <-+
AFB, Texas. Lt. Douglas will Barry Dyal Jr.. Graham; Thomas Mrs. Carl Mathews for several i'.e #
begin pilot training at Williams W. Kitchen and Wallace weeks.
AFB. Phoenix, Ariz. In Feb- Mann, Lake Butler; Mrs. Agnes I II
ruary. Jones Glen St. Mary; Mrs. Mrs. L.D. Vining and nephew, I
Dee Saxon, Hampton; Mrs. J.C. Vining of Palatka, attended s
Maude Fields, Mrs. Joyce Allen
Friends will be Interestedto the funeral of Mrs. P.S.
know that Henry C. Hunter, Mrs. Leona Bryant Mrs. Snow In Dublin, Ga. Tuesday.Dr. .
Marta E. McMurtrie, Mrs.Joan PANEL
of Grlffls Loop, Is In St.Luke'sHospital
Harley, Kevin L. Ellxson, Mrs.
care unit recovering J.E. Denmark was in Miami EXPRESS
coronary third heart Vide Sapp, Mrs. T.T. Long, Thursday to Sunday attend-
from a
last November. Mrs. Charity Glisson, Mrs. ing the East Coast District .
attack since Louise Kite, Mrs. Eva Sullivan -
Dental Society Mid-winter
he has been a M
During this period
Mrs. Gertrude McBride,
the home of meeting.
recuperating at Gladys Mrs. Betty Harris, Mrs. Mora .r 1: yr R .e A
Mrs.
his Anderson step-daughter.240 W. 9th St., In Klondes, Mary Trehern, Mrs. Mrs. Bernard Williams of n
Ragnhlld Carlson and JamesL. Palatka was Saturday visitor
Jacksonville. Gentry, Starke. of Mr. and Mrs. R.O, Dans- HATCHBACK

Miss June Harding of Atlanta Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. by. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Morgan SEDAN COUPE ';

made a surprise visit to Ruth Carlisle are returning today Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Observe Fiftieth Wedding AnniversaryThe
;
her parents Mr. and Mrs.T.B. from a week's vacation In had as guests at their /
Harding St. on Saturday and Miami. camp in the Scrub over the children of Mr. and Mrs. over gold linen and centered 4 GREAT LITTLE CARS i
Sunday on the Harding's 47th weekend: Mrs. Kathleen Goe- William Henry Morgan entertained with a three-tiered cake with /
wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton the of East Palatka, Dr. Don- with a reception on Sun. the traditional 50th anniversaryon AND 1 GREAT DEAL
and sons, Paul and Jim ald Chubb of Winter Park and day, Dec. 27, honoring theh top and gold leaves decorating \
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and Miss Judy Broughton of Gra- parents on their fiftieth wedding the sides.
and daughter were In Miami daughter, Janice, left today for ham. Mrs. Goethe returned to anniversary. Guests were The punch table and coffee
last Wednesday to Sunday visiting Madison Heights, Va. where Starke with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas received between the hours of table were also covered with
their parents while Dr. Mrs. Mark Hamilton and daughter for several days visit. 2 and 5 o'clock at the Masonic white cloths over gold satin. --VEGA..iw
Gruen attended the East Coast will remain with Mr. anc Lodge Fellowship Hall on They held arrangements of gold
District Dental Society Mid- Mrs. Jack Hamilton while Pvt. Mrs. James McNeely and Orange street.Arrangements. roses accepted with gold can-
winter meeting. Mark Hamilton Is stationed at daughter spent the weekend with of gold roses dles in brass holders. The crystal -
Fort Lee, Va. with the National Mr. McNeely In Tallahassee.Mr. and gold and green magnolia and gold trimmed coffee -rM-- FL
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Harrison Guard,approximately two leaves and greenery were usedIn service was presided over by
I e and family and Mrs. R.G months. Enroute home the Ham- and Mrs. Oliver Murrayand the hall which was lightedby Mrs. Edith Smith. ;
': HIpps of Waycross, Ga. were iltons will visit Mrs. )Hamil daughter, Melody,and Keith candles placed In brass can- Mrs. A.L. Redding greeted C-
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. Patrick of St. George, S.C. delabras with epergnettes. guests at the door and pre-
A.S. Harrison. Worth Jackson In Winder, were weekend guests of Mr. The refreshment table was sented them to the receiving
Ga. until Sunday. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale. covered with a white lace cloth line composed of Mr. and*Mrs.
Morgan and their children,
- --
----- --- ---- - ---- ----- --- Mrs. Rosha
Claude Morgan
\ Smith, Mrs. Dorothy Herndon, 6Pra/
and Mrs. Bertie Loper. The :
I Ii other son, Bill was unableto
A
f' Message For Those Who A re attend.

i I Receiving gifts from friends
i I were Mrs. Carolyn Crews and
I II Mrs. Patricia Canonaugh, I,
'
I granddaughters of the Morgans. CT) .
I NOT I II The white linen covered gift w
table was centered with two
I I gold arrangements of ( owers.
The gift table was presidedover I
1 I II by Mrs. James Waters.
I Mrs. Linda Waters, a grand-
I daughter, kept the guest book.

Customers Of First Federal: Mrs.cake Claude and Mrs.Morgan Jimmy servedthe Smith

: and Miss Julie Crlffls poured Wr
punch from crystal punch bowls.
I I II II' Mrs. Morgan chose for the
occasion an antique gold dou-
ble knit afternoon dress with
which she wore a single strandof
I pearls and an orchid cor-


I'I'I I'I I cia sage.Mrs.Bremer O.E. ,Crosby and Miss Miss Norma Mar- 8Y 71 1/ /,

I tesses.Lou Redding were floor hos.

I II Among the out-of-townguesu
I were Mr. and Mrs. A.I, Rosier
I I of Green Cove Springs 71UCKLOF1D"ZKFOR
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn! Mr
.1 I II and Mrs. J.D. Grlffls and family -
of Ratford Mrs. Dora Johnson -
I yea I Mrs. Holland Johnson and
1 Mrs. Loca Whidden of Lake
i tn" Butler, Mr. and Mrs Frank
r'I
I Crews of Safety Harbor, Mrs. OUR
P Carolyn Crews, Mrs. Patricia
I II Canonaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
.fall Mr. and Mrs. Reg /Masters
I L1lI and Mr. and Mrs. E.F
Llndes, all of Jacksonville,Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Roberts Mr. &c4 1 9
and Mrs. Howard Arnold and $ ,5P r
I family, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt r b
Nettles and family and Mr. ,
I B. F. MIZELL, JR. and Mrs. Andy Bass and son

I of Bell, Mrs. E.W.Wilkinson '
.1 PRESIDENT and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Buck-
I land and Patty of Hawthorne, /A/ r a
I Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Nazworthand
I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Naz-
I worth and sons, and Mr. and
I Mrs. Victor Burton of Gaines- DazFR

II I I II IN Saunders ville, and of Rev.Penney and Mrs.Farms.James SN/p

Approximately 200 guests
I
: soC1O\ called during the appointed
I 0.Q Nu hours. 1971 VEGA 971 VEGA 1971 VEGA
.? The honored couple received
S V1NGS\ () 'toy ,_ '' \\JW many lovely gifts Including wall 2 Door Sedan, WSW 2 Door Sedan Side Sport
,..,..... to wall for their homeas Coptic. Tintedftlass
carpet Tires Moulding Air Cond.. AHIn .
Radio
..... --... Decor ; Allir
,... """" a gift from their children. TranVSV Tire ( .onll.11to. .
Group. Itailio. Trans. \VS\V Tire

1 Mrs. DM Heath returnedto Wheel/ 1 Rings! Kndin

I II 1971I her home in Fort Lauder- $283265 Custom Interior.$2298S2 .
.
I !janeary 21 dale Monday after two weeks
her mother, Mrs.
visit with $3035.35
I II
I J.S. Sapp and family.
I
I customer": lased lomethlni Mrs. Wheeler Nolan and Mrs. 1971 VEGA 1971 VEGA
1971 VEGA
D eat 1'Ion' and over 11'2\1 500 In 1 Frances Ellis and children of

\ Jacksonville were weekend Sport Coupe: Side; Sport Coupe, Air Cond., Spurt (Coupe.All TintedIouldIRJC.
of Mrs. OL Beaslcy .
vie dYewrtoc Otl90eTeuted guests
and :\ \\ STlr.. ,
., ,-ast us t tI 111197\ and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. A u tix Trans.. 11'511'tla.; .. AirTrans. Cond.
earninge to yoU to loin with W. Rings, Radio, Custorn Tires, W. Rings Radio ,\ulo. ., WSW

Would like the In"e aetlot' for as I Iaet Mrs. Edna Moore of Fort Interior. Custom Interior. Tire \V. Rings Radio
I We e 0 t FederalI Myers was a guest last weed
sha {'U'ltIJ'm Jnlt'rior.
a account: at Piret of Mr. and Mrs. David Browning $2549. $3045.ss
I 11 an bIt
"
oQe e .
'I'oU$1.can yOt I ", .a'daYntcanb hahltOIl I ?3025U. .80
as read a fever\ savln8 Mr. and Mrs. George W,
Many thlniSl u\Y bad. Brown returned Tuesday of last
torml:; and ItS g custCmer week from a week's fishing trip
..
I to m and be our at Pine Island.
to trY It (j
ycu I
I We Invite & Mr. and Mrs. John Lytle of
:-12 I Akron Ohio were weekend
& guests of Mr. std Mrs. GeorgeW.
I t'' MI ,! I Brown. The Browns also
had as Sunday guests, Mr. and
I Mrs. L.M. Stoner of Ocala,
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Landon
I I of Lakeland, Miss Yvonne Jackson
: pMCi! / I of Bar tow, and Jack Lan- S. :Sol North Phone 961.7500
1 don of Lake City.
i STARKE FLORIDA
1 iI Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford ,
.. I of Anna, RI. are spending several -
weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
TO8 *w Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"Jan.

L_____________ __ ___ _______________. L.C. Early.

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Past City Rates Basketballers
IV Cage Team Eases .. Varsity

(Cont'd from Pg. l 1)

Starke between SR-230 and Wl But Still LoseBradford a..
son Road, about 850 fett. Tht Improve
Park motion to get bids on the job ,
Fernandina Orange was made by Councilman Billy

Noel. dropped two more for the vlsltori. a 38-20 lead at the half. Al
Noegel's suggestion agreed games at home this week, as Dean Johns 15 point was bertle contributed 23 of the
to have city crews begin Orange Pork downed the Tor- high for the Tornaodes, closely Pirates 38 points at the half
Bradford's JV Cagers won Score by Quarters: building and repairing city nadoes 63-52 and Fernandlana followed by Tim Murphey's The second half proved no
their sixth and seventh straight Bradford II 14 7 13 45 sidewalks when time permits. rolled up an 86-60 win. better for the outclassed Tornadoes
Fernandina 4 13 17 4 381\ Is In the budget for easy 13.Tonight's Hubbard hit for 11
games this week, as they eased Money In both games the free throw game was our best as
past Orange fark 45-38 and some sidewalks this year, Noe- line proved the deciding factor effort overall," Coach Sexton points In the second half to lead
conference leading Fernandina t gel pointed out. The defeats were the eighth said "We picked up strong the Pirates on to a 86-60 Florida
37-31. R Ir \TURDAY NIGHT'S GAME -Gave Attorney George and ninth straight for the winless momentum two or three times, Star Conference victory
The Ruby Tornadoes now Bradford Williams 3-1.7, but then we would make mistakes -
Pierce a sample Jacksonville Tornadoes, while Orange "We had one more field goal
Barber
4-3-11. 4-3-11
Berry "
stand 7-2 for the season.. ordinance regulating the establishment Park now stands 6-2 overall than they did," Sexton pointedout.
Kiherd 1-1-3. Newsome 1-2.4
The Tornadoes hit 36 per
'
(
of subdivisions.Coun- and conference leading Fer-
have
could only
"If we
CHANGE: :: PARK G Mi: (Hlalock 0-1-1. Totals: 131237. cilman Orie Wiggins, pointingto nandlna 102.CHANGE. cent from the floor and 40 done something about our foul
nradford turned back 'a late Ternandlna- Autry 1-0.2, the proposed 42-home pro. per cent from the charity line, "
third period charge by the Raiders loctcr 0-2-2, Riche! 3-3-8 Ject by Young America Corp., PARK GAME while the Raiders hit 52 per line action.
as the Tornados made Itsix Baker 7.1-13 Gllyard 1-0-2, said the city might do well Friday night's game was the cent from the line. Fernandina added 32 points
straight.All Middleton 1-0-2, Totals 13-5 to Incorporate certain portions best effort to date for the win- Bradford had a season high from the charity line, while the
of the Tornadoes showeda 3. of the Jacksonville ordinance, less Tornadoes, according to of 44 rebounds, with Johns, Tornadoes could manage but
hot hand, as Bradford hit pointed out by Engineer Don Coach Sexton, but It wasn't: Murphey, McNeal, and Wright four.
57 per cent from the floor and Score by quarters : Ruckman, In the Starke code. enough as the charity line nabbing 8 each
73 per cent from the charityline. Bradford 8 8 11 10-37 -Approved Charles E. Johns proved the deciding difference Alberde was the leading scor-
Ternandlna 5 8 8 10 31 FERNANDINA GAME In the as he pacedthe
for a five-year term on the Both teams had 25 field goals er game
In the first quarter, Bradford City Recreation Board. each, but the Raiders conver- Fernandina completely con- Pirates with 27. Hubbard
jumped off to an early 11-4 ted on 13 of 25 attempts from trolled the boards Saturday added another 14 for the PI-
lead as Alphonso Berry connected -Agreed to assest the Recre- the line, while Bradford could night, as the Pirates rolled rates.
for six. At the hair 4)) 3.8 miles, the Crawford ation Department In sealing the manage but 2. over Bradford 86-60.
/Bradford held comfortable 25- Settlement road from SH-16 at exterior of the old Armoryon Orange Park Jumped out to Coach Mike Sexton simply Center James McNeal pacedthe
t" Hcllbronn Springs to SR-225. Ave. Rec Board Tornadoes with 15 Pol"1,
Temple "too
17 lead. an early 8-0 lead before Bradford summed the game up as,
k Projected cost Is $267,600. Chairman Jim Bloodworth said *' -
Orange: Park came roaring much Fernandlna. while
: y could score, but the Tor- added14atn losing
back, however In the third ) 5) 2.6 miles, the Laura Church some Interior lumber is rottenIn nadoes came roaring back behind Fernandina used their full ney the ef-
quarter t.o lead at the end of Hoad from the end of pavingon the building from water seeping Johns and Wright to nar- court press to force several fort.
the quarter 3432. the old I.awtey Hoad aroundto through porous brick. But row the margin to 13-11 at key turnovers early In the game,
"In the fourth quarter, the Slt-tuo.) Projected cost Is he added it would be uselessto the end of the as Albertle led the Pirates to
kids knew It was: time to plaj SI30,(hilt)()(). do repairs I Inside the build- Throughout quarter.Second ..... ... _. ... _. _. .0 ._._1.. _
basketball and they did!" Coach 6)) 1.0 miles an extension the quarter .:I e;. 'f rr.ri'ifJ:;;:; j
Ing until the exterior Is sealed. the Tornadoes were cold
and south rot
of Hcshent Road cast
Mm Duncan said as Bradford the the Pirates
-Okayed payment on new as Jumped out to '
eased Ixisl l Orange Park In the, to si 1-230 with a leg ruiningnorth city garbage truck a Ford which a commanding 33-17
fourth quarter 4-3H.'I: ..: to Plnebreeze Subdivi has been delivered to a Penn lead. halftime ( iNowYoHL'FURNETURE l
"We showed a lot Jf lsbandcU"'l'usure slon. sylvania firm to have the body
in kmUhl'; ,ipimcs) ," -- In other business at the brief Installed. Also okayed was pay- In the second half the Tor- f ._ 1, sit.I .
the
board meeting Monday
nadoes steadily chipped
Duncan; s.iid.Vc pled Rood t ment for a new pick up truck awayat :
hail control md look' only the, Hoard.Htcelved: for the Gas Dcpt. Orange I'ark until the Raid- ;
,I' Mjie IMIII.ims\ wis high man : Chamber of Commerce Pres- -HE minutes remaining. But In the "===="' _.
In/ Die game and paced UradfoidWil'i ident :Mac Baldwin thanking GET final seconds the Tornadoescame By BILL, WILSON /
; '!, I 17 minis( md HI rebounds, the count' and Hoid I Foreman apart and key turnovers I ,;} i,
.
wh'ii'! Nero was close behind Vernon Barber lays u" :wo of his points in the JV team' 11.1( I:. I loves'!. for assistance In erased all hopes of an upset. "YOU SLEEP ON >

wllli 13 prints| :Solomons was 45.38 over Green Cove Springs Friday night. erecting the Chamber's Welcome Orange Parks Schlechtmean : DBAII ,
lilt'li: man; fur the \isilors with signs at each end of led the scoring with 33 points, THE TABLE, ;"
IHlllllS.. Bradford then exploded In the the county on t'S-301.' while Basset added another 15 !
I "IJY :MGIITS ST1Tis'r'IcsItradford ,f, ;<<
fourth quarter as they openedup Williams 7-3-17, Deceived a report that the ......................................... ,
12 lead Is
I II I 11\ \\')11\ \ f, \\f.: u com-mmllroj: point Haibcr 2-2-fi Merry\ 5-3-13, count) jail clean well kept : If their' ua only' one lied the man of llioliouc i
Bradford l\ made II seven before emptying the bench. lillictd 0-1-1 \ewsome %: -?-N' anu that operation of the jail ': 11'1.t| t in it. (lie family) -Icpt. wlicr- fPVri /)
SU'aiphllturda3: ( iiiclH: as tile Ruth Hero' and \el'non Har- 'l'ouils. 17.1145.Orange : Is proper. i STUDENTS MAY ENROLL : r\rr they mold. on ,...101,.<. tI.I or II" .(
-
her hit for 13 points to i
1'orlad.es I < i | halted the I'lratcs pace ( I'arkSolomon 3-4- --Delegated County Sanitarian .
f.iM, I bleak. 37-Jl.I the 'Iol'nadoeshlle (Baker's lack rawlck I and Com- lloor, 'I'11iw.te prior it
10, 1' load 1-1-3 llaltwaiuer 3- : ;
; : ;q \
15 fur the 1sitois. to the Kith Ceului- ;
n.iiKlin.i was able tu keep points: was high \ missioner llalph Bryan attend st
1 .
1-7. lowers 3-0-G Gay 2-2-G IN THECOSMETOLOGY I '
11 tliisu until the final quarter a Feb. 1G-13 conference solid : : t: \,lion l Ledwrrr. quite .
Conference leading: Icin.in- SUIlmin: 3-0-0... Totals-! 15-8- luxuiv, all.1 l fain-
when llio lilnli-fljiiu: ; loi- waste: :MananKcmcnt: In Jacksonville ; :a ;HI
n.ulocs, exploded) fur nine quick dina now stands 8-2 for the 38. lo be attended by representatives .a; ily WIIl'oll.jll're,1, .i
:
own ind a cllmnandl/1J., '/ : 3d;-24 season. from all over the : CLASSES : \ r foil t ii u.it. (I.. to li.ivcr : .(
,
.
ItMCl.IhiuuKliiMit. Southeast the meeting Is spon- iV.
.
I the first (luce sored bj the t'S. l Departmentof : : M: \'rn i t,I onoFcatliei'* in.iile I t tlie I Prlml.'.. trundle bed !
millers, Bradford ..ipiivtiedslun'isli ; Freeze :Some observers think the cur- Health I ducatlon, and Welfare : AT TilE i t. Led. loinfoi.l.ilile, 11 ndlli l }j 'rf
.:!! nil led onlK5!; at rent will not exceed !It t Is the first such conference -
Hie, end of tile first' quarter.In 150 due acreage to the difficulty experienced : to be held In lorlda.I i Bradford Union Area r i f ,, .-> .nut* al. :a liijjli, ,pu'lIlilllll. s" it ui.illli li.ip- J#::(
in.in'-
the st'cund leaner. both, ((ont'd from Pg. I) by growers in obtaining --Signed bonds for School lit. paned tli.it 111.111) linn'a : I.;.
teams St.'oled8pIntsandBrad-; ) plants last fall. :Most Board :Member Seeber Cood- : Vocational Technical Center : \\.l-t ,u..I.I III..1 l lIy llic 11111111.). r nl frallii-r- j'.
runlled 1C,-13 al Ills halr.II.IIel' growers were trjlng to obtain nun and for the following City In could ufToril, !
ctuiccl :all the' I'Iralea pol(:its January' and I cbruarj are more the California varieties, of htarKe police officers who '
1 I.1 the! sccoivl/ |lel'loIIIId l \ had or less standard procedure but had to fill-out their acreage have been made county sheriffs To Begin on January 25, 1971For
I I..I nf cuiiiilin.i's, 13 al the and berry plants hate plent : with I lorlda 90's due to deputies: James Hye, Pat i i ,
''uiir of time to come back before the scarcity of llogas and other lien>', :Mervin Jackson Willie ( B
..1'' I'll-': cad: of the" third < kutci '- shipments shirt I In mld-\Ial'ch. California plants.tlednesda3's :Searcy, Harold Crews, Asst. : Further Information Contact W
iti\!ulfoid w 'is oil\: able to Heiiact'cage this seasonIs cold also took Chief Bill Chambers Doug Rs }f
niJoiijts I nuvRli to six points repotted! off .If.lIt'I.'ilS'; a' toll of the counts Baldwin; and Julian Green. : :MRS. OKIE HUTCIIINS INSTRUCTOR :
heavy ;
2.LJ.. %car's esllmated1Uaee! total ; to draw total of FURNITURE an4 ;
.. _. crop of winter greens.Roads -* \grcod a .t APPLIANCES9t': {
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125'new names for the jury : Phone 964-8275 : ,

time list for county and circuit court i.' II", /> the turltr s..,..ad 1 to, San." ,
is the
Vow to of Clerk ,... !
Deputy "
cover Win ow Ooors.'Porches & Breezeways upon Mrginla request Darby. Mrs. Darby ;........................................: "IL.? '/;" .j iI.-"f.Y! ,.;'1L'!'; .A.'..." ..:dh"f:. I.W<.:. .,,2I'-;.c; l'JJ.
Wt<>!7. !i. ; -1"w.1.w.w" ;;o'.I 'tr.fuffQ'i ( /
said number of who
a persons
FOR WINTER-LONG PROTECTIONFLEX0GLASS .._
have served as jurors recen- S -----------***-----*----***-*--*-**--*----
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r P Lsiic r. ., (Cont'd from Pg. 1)J tly have complained about the
y' fL.ibll 1, i frequency at which they are :
Cb
sal e connect with a road under construction called to serve. Mrs. Darby '
bj' Clay County. Pro- said the best thing would be "
1 1owtw jected cost Is 20000. for the commissioners to F STARKE
.CNJER
6cn, 'a: choose a new jury list from I
[ i
AL ? .11 ,rdlhh, h. Ja.H.A. 2))' The flashing signal on Mt- the each book district.of registered votersin I

.. 233: at the Georgia-Southern ,
-ar ''r''
lull road crossing at :New: Kler. '
i* fjr Mfot).*r then polyethylene o \ Projected cost is 12000. : 120 COURT ST. ACROSS FROM
It% U(he only iaitic wndowGUARANTEED, maten*! 3)) 1.3 miles of the gravel Askew STARKE OLD COURTHOUSE. .
road through Pleasant Grove .
.. ,... : HARRY
w. 5 ch.c. sa.S. settlement west of Starke bet- KATHLEEN & COLLIER OWNERSGOLD :
Vttilf nen..r. in Pl .licl Smc* 124 (Cont'd from Pg. I)
V2 ween; SH-1G and SIi-229. Projected !
At H.rdwa turd lumber Dialers Everywhere cost is $30,000. i

al and training programs to M. ..rC'l'ilt'' II,

cope with the increasingly ,: 4Ir ...\/751i... ,v... I
younger average age Inmates. i ) ;,
"Over 50 per cent of offenders l:' :

received by us are 25 yearsor .. >-:.:_ I .
! Fruit Trees younger and almost 88 per .... .
cent are under Wainwright FISH ..:,: Ih. .' :
.
i r ( l'' dtl.r/'y t r Re.".. 79. { ;. ..l1.,;;; -\-,. :

said. "The goal of corrections I Of j.J I \ !-
is to provide programs that cach. .. :
New Shipment Just In can and will aid Inmates in ..
__ J changing their attitudes, so they .
,:e- will not revert to a life of :
) : : Packaged Ready To crime after release." BABY GREEN TURTLES .:

: : i
) Set Out & Start Growing SPECIALd'i
fr{ "
i
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1
))4 i ( 1 39 i.
I r /"lib" i I'I I Sun each One of the most popular of
( \ Red. : :
I Ij $ 98 all
I / 2 pets. Children love to .
))11 ti .:_ He.Clarlne ................................... :: ''f MORE: REASON TO watch, feed and nurture :

Y Florida Sun ':: them. Low, lowprjce!
$ 98 I. SIIOt'-ST\RKE PETCENTER :
Peach 2 :. I g ; :
of ',_ Pj"eappl..t.eset..ere.e.eete..e..s.e..se.eeee..t. AkC1 .E! : ,3, V ..

$ 98 rIe3 i Brick Swordtails :
a -
=' 2
--- .Pear essleC..Isssusntut.ererrreet.raurer..e :I RC//;. 5.98 Many Items (+ Marble Mollies :

xs ....
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Excelsior : \nd $ 7.98 Below I Cost _:
ft.... Keg. 49c each :
$

Plum .. ... .... .. ... ... .. .. .I..IuIuIIIellleelll.Il 298 Johm
About This Onestloai i H L 4F0R89qLARGE i

"I like the landlord's .
Shade Trees
Flowering Homeowner .
Policy the .

Chinese Elm ...........,.............,................................ 2.98 theft protection he has : VARIETY OF :

I Silver Maple ...............................,.......................... $2.9 8 both)at belongings home and on away personal -
I
from home. The 525,000 I" AQUATIC PLANTS i

Florida Black bandana personal liability coverage
I is wise to have in case :

Pent Kow Dust of injuring someone in i Full Line Of '.\

Cow Manure sports or on trips. Is the i

501b. .... lOf59 t 501b. ............. 52.19 S Ib. .............. 69'New broad coverage of a Home-
; owner Policy also available I i
Cat
II I to tenants who have Bird
I Shipment at least S1000 of insurable ALL GLASS ;

:! ROSES . .. .. . .. . .. in gal. cans $2 .2 9 personal belongings?" GAL. AQUARIUM Dog Small AnimalSUPPLIES

j CbarfoyE. 9910 I


I Florida Pest I Control JOHNS AGENCY 5 YEAR

Si 1. UARANTEE !
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L"fALL" STARKBJJ.A.Pa ::: :
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POISON REMINDER CATTLEMEN Theft rfANIUu rr rr m a r e rr r r r re r r r r rr---
Oleander Is' Our Bradford-Union Cattle Wig 1
a plant that t grows rI
along the highway, In backyards man's Association will meetat 1I I I This Week9 t
and many other places the Courthouse In Lake But- '- .
it Is kroen and has attractive ler, Tuesday, January 26, at Jails ManThree 5' d4r .,
flowers during the summer. It 7:30: p.m. There Is always some ,' 1 1I
Is dormant now and the leaves good to' come from attendingany I 1I
wigs were stolen Monday BIG
have been killed since the first agricultural meeting. Thereis
heavy frost. Some plants are always some good discussion Jan. 18, from Carp's De- ,', a t tt tw I
Store In Starke Plaza
still standing, while others before, during, and after these partment
have been cut back. All partsof meetings. You always enjoy that and a 30-year-old Penney I II

the common oleander are little cow-session discussionwith Farms 60 man days bas In been the sentencedto city jail I II I I
poisonous If chewed or eaten. your neighbor. Extension t II
A single oleander leaf contains Agent, Bobby Taylor, will present in the case. ,, y I II I 1
Willie James Snell,30,pleaded -
enough poison to kill an adult. a program that can have
Dry leaves some effect on each cattleman guilty to the theft Ir II I I
Someone has can said cause that poisoning oleader present. Miyor's Court Tuesday nigh Thurs. Jan. 21 Thru Wed. Jan. 26
after being confronted with wit I I
Is to look at not to touch. .
nesses from the store.A
Someone else has said that It ONE DEER Linda Jones I
clerk Mrs. ,
Delicious
I II
is best to dig them up and seta missed the wigs after Snell :
different flowering plant. The doer hunting season fizzled had visited that section of the I I II
ik- out Sunday with only one item IJt
store. Noticing a bulky ,
Football deer reported killed In the ___ I I
becoming so ipeclallied concealed under the man's coat : SHRIMP BOX
that next year may Camp Blanding Wildlife Man- Mrs. Jones had a male em- I
see in offensive and a defensive agement Area during the final ployee follow him while she Pictured at testimonial dinner (from left) ar*. Harry Riggi
singer of the National week, Jan. 11-17. called police.Patrolman. pr.s.nting plaque to Dr. Covington; Mrs. Covington, and Mrs. I I I I
Anthem.unn.n Willie Searcy arrested Arl.n McKnight with scrap book, "Your Life," alto pr.s.nt.6 Plenty of
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Snell after being given to the tri-county medical director. Sign in background toy. I I Chunky Shrimp I

his description.Snell WANTED, A.Y. Covington for !Another 25 years. I I
first denied even being I
DON'T -1 In the store, but when con- I Tartar Pattiefl

fronted with the witnesses and Dr. Covington Honored I Potato I
evidence he pleaded guilty I 9 I
LOSE YOURSHIRT Tuesday night and was sen- of Service Cole
tenced to 60 days In jail by On 25 Years I i Slaw I

'il, Mayor Carl Hurst.Donkey, I "Hush Puppio
I II
"!'js Dr. A.Y. Covington was hon- presents the very finest type of
Ball ored with a testimonial dinner public employee, public health I
;- last Friday night In tribute to worker, and physician." J
ON YOUR -,_ .. ?_ his 25 years of service as dir- Another tribute was a humorous I I 5 Ifor$3.99 z
--- .. Set TonightIn ector of the BradfordClay poem by T.H. Slade, Sr. J I -_ _
and Union County Health De- entitled "Oh Lawdy Lawdy," I I
partment. Hosts on this occasion a favorite expression of Dr. I
I INCOME TAXPreparing BHS GymDonkey were staff members of Covington's in time of stress.
the tri-county departments.More The closing lines read: "For I II
ball will come to the than 120 friends, co- we know him well, and we all
Bradford High gym tonight workers, and health officials agree, in his heart he's the man I
your own tax BOTH gathered In the Holiday Inn at most men wish they could be."
21)) 8
(Thursday, Jan. ) at p.m. I I 236 S.
return Isn't exactly a barof $ when the BiTS Interact Club, I-9S and Emerson Avenue In A highlight of the evening was PIIONE I
ref laughs. But, it can AND sponsoring organization, takeson Jacksonville for a hospitalityhour the presentation to Dr. Coving- I I sot* STARKE VN'Y
be easy. Simply see H & R the Radio Station WAPE lumen which began at 7 o'clock ton of an engraved plaque com- U.S. I
BLOCK, The Income Tax STATE of Jacksonville. followed by dinner and dancing. memorating "25 years of faith- I I SOUTH 964-9972 I
People. Then you can be Proceeds of the game will go White cloths and red napkins ful and selfless service to the
certain you've received to the March of Dimes. For were used on the tables where people of Clay, Bradford, and I --r r r e r r r e r rr r- r rr r e v ___ J
every possible deduction. LJ.i3 UP the game the Interact Club has guests were seated. The head Union Counties, and the State

_And that's_the naked truth. e . obtained the Buckeye Donkey table held a centerpiece of Birdsof of Florida. We dedicate this
Paradise with mixed token of loving appreciation to
flowers.
= GUARANTEE Ball Co., Columbus, Ohio. "
W0 guarantee accurate preparation of every lax return.If iii Club Following the invocation by our health officer. The pre-
Line-up tor the Interact
wo make any errors that cost you any penalty a.In.t will beHlchardChamberaDoug C.C. Anderson, telegrams and sentation was made by Harry
we will pay that penalty or interest.Hlf letters read Riggs of the Clay County staff.
Brown, Jimmy Alvarez, Ernie were by the mas- IMPORTANT NOTICETo
Trlest, Davy McRae Bobby ter of ceremonies, Jack Tra- Another gift to the honor guest
wick. Among them let- wall a laree memory book, entitled -
B3lJ.cC1CmCO.AMERICA'S MIlner, Lavern Outlaw, and was a
Pete Vaughn. ter of praise from Dr. Wilson "Your Life" which was

LARGEST TAX SERVICE WITH OVER 5000 OFFICES Admission is $1.23 for adults 1'. Sowder, director of the Flor- complete and with clippings of articles, photographs Tax Payers And Property Owners
copies
and $1 for students. ida Division of Health, stating !
-- _. ._-- -. that "...for 25 years he (Dr. from scrap books of the three
Covington) has been counties during the quarter of
US N. WALNUT ST.Open everythingthat
fishing A man to has get to away go hunting from or It a public servant should be-- a century that Dr. Covington According to Sec. 7, Article 4, of the Florida Consti-

9 ..m. to 6 p.m., Man. 31. PH 944-8284 all, while all a woman needs loyal, diligent, energetic, efficient has served as medical direc- tution who has
been homestead
and effective In the tor. The book was presentedby every person receiving
I NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I to do is get under a hairdryer per-
formance of his duties. lie re- Bradford Mrs. Arlen County McKnight staff. of the exemption and those expecting to receive it for the first

time, should, without fail, sign the application oh or before
who arrivedin
Dr. Covington,
Starke on February, 5, 1946 April 1st of each year with the Tax Assessor.

officer to assume, expressed his duties his as health ap- Listed below are the classes of property for which the

preciation and esteem of his co- Taxpayer SHOULD file his return:
workers, and responded with a
JAN review of the highlights of Us
career here. A native of Ten-
FEB. cLEARANCEZ nessee, he was reared In Ken- REAL ESTATEYour
tucky where he was associated'
TRADE-IN with the Kentucky State Department -
of Health for ten years
prior to his Florida assign Land plus IMPROVEMENTS
ment He served in the Army
ESTABLISHED 1904 Air Corps for 41 months before -
resuming civilian.life,
BCld..c.oc.k. UP TO TRADE-IN Badcock's and Is still an officer In the AGRICULTURAL ZONING APPLICATION
"0. pu.o c.er we $25 ALLOWANCE
DOUBLE Florida National Guard
FOR YOUR OLD LIVINGROOM GUARANTEE 7e AT_ Among the humorous giftsto <.j.!

January Special' prices and February good only Ttmeprices for J on. the purchase of, any now Livmgroom. the honor guest was a figurine In accordance with Chapter 193.201 of the Florida
tut t ofFebruary lutte of poop Trade In mutt be 2 or men Cut torn r satisfactionI of
a pua day s an old-time "country
matching pieces and In reasonable condi I I. 'fully guaranteed la
bon without recovering for full Trad In by the W S. Bad doctor" with syringe and Injector Statutes an application for Agricultural assessmentmust
; "nSVit YoYr
Allowmc. >ft cock Corporation and Miss
from
+ your :local U 'dealer.TODAY'S BadcockAssoci Sadie Reading presented, acting State Nursing be filed on all lands being used for a bona fide

Director, and Miss Doro- be for the
I farming operation to eligible agricultural as-
thy Hildebrand, Home Health
Service Director sessment.
1
Mrs. Covington was presentedwith
an orchid corsage and received -
her share of tributesfor
her. "moral support" of PERSONAL PROPERTYStocks
the tri-county health director,
With them at the head tableon
this occasion was their son,
,,3 lots irvan Covington, Gainesville of Merchandise,

r Equipment and Furnishings,

MOST WANTED STYLE and DESIGN m: $139.95 Farm Bureau Machinery, Livestock

Compare it $149.95 Supper PlannedFor Tractors, Farm Equipment,
COLORS:
BrookerThe
e Black 1
e Olive

e Oxblood Bradford County Farm INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTYThis

Bureau will hold its first Fam-
--c-- ily Night meeting of 1971 at

., b the Brooker School Cafetorlum\ includes Bank Cashier's and Certified
on Saturday, Jan. 23. : Deposits,

r be A served covered at dish 6 P.m.supper, and will will Checks, hills of exchange, djaf and money placed with

-- IODS be followed by a brief program.All savings, building and loan associations.All .
Farm Bureau families

Spanish -l--%_ are urged to turn out for this stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated
yvr first supper meeting of the
IUHC new year. companies, all bonds except bonds of the United States

with Dramatic today Spanish way inspired of living furniture Easy fits(care right richly In loOA Government and its agencies and all notes accounts

comfortable hvmgroom pieces, with expanded and bills receivable real and personal
1oCC \ plastic cover. Shredded poly seats. Button lulled mortgages on

back and padded arms Sturdy hardwood frame MATCHING HI-BACK One Deer KilledIn property situated outside of Florida, annuities, etc.

MATCHING 3 CUSHION $169 CHAIR $9995 Final Week All of the above will be mailed out by January 1st and

CHAIR $8995 80" SOFA Compare at $119.95 At Camp Blanding
OTTOMAN$29.95 should be returned to the Assessor's Office on or before
Compare at $99,.95 Compare at $189.95
April 1st to avoid any penajty.
Thirty-two more deer were

killed in the Camp Area Blanding during All mobile home homeowners must have an RP tag
Wildlife Management
Rocker Platform $79.95 1 f 2a d.'VrI f v g4 T?:w; v I the season just closed than before homestead application can be allowed, one must
rt.a1.r .
in the preceding season, according -
w to figures released yes furnise Serial No. and Title No. if known.

\ .Y i/1j/ terday by the Game Commis-
1 >Ly
; sion. Homeowners filing application for Homestead Exemption -

The total deer kill for 1970- for the first time are required to do so in person.
71 was 274 Including both the
; regular season and the archery They should bring with them to the County Assessor's

kill season.was 242.Hunters In .1969-70 the total office satisfactory proof of ownership and occupancy of

this season checking totaled Into 35,264 the area, the their home as of January 1, 1971.

most ever reported, and 3,662
Increase over the 31,602 visiting Again, I solicit and encourage your continued coopera

Bid Way rani vied ing season.the area In the preced- tion in handling all of these tax matters. If we can be of

5 PIECE WOOD ARM SETTEE GROUP PIECES ALL 5 Other game killed during the any assistance, please feel welcome to call on us.

5 Pieces 'Include 5 piece group has cover with heavy supported plastic and $ S current season totaled: 317
2 9
3 cuinion Settee red print fabric combination. Has dark oak finish 4" 99 quail 1621 cat squirrel 210
e Matching Club Chair foam seat cushions and 3' foam back cushions. fox squirrel, 66 hogs, 8 ducks, Sinccrd I) .
e Cocktail Table COLORS: Red Print-Black Vinyl Compare atSSct and one dove.
e 2 End TabletV&utWA $339.95 Four hunting Incidents-
'kJJ.R.lJ" AI t4SJ. ,. fatal I, and one resulting In life- GENE LONGTax
VAwES REa7 f long paralysis of the victim-
FUINlTUII-rtOOl I I COVEIIN6 I 8E51 TERMS m were reported In the Blandlng Assessor
area, breaking another record.
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I LIGHTS, TRASH PICK-UP
DISCUSSED AT COUNCIL B
Street lights and trash pick-
up were discussed at Hampton eF
a
city; souncll's: regular meetIng -
'luosday night, Jane 12, at C
the city; hall.
Bids for weekly pickup of I
I
trash will be opened at the next L
meeting of the council on Feb- i
ruary 8. Wlllard Thomas will
continue to pick up trash until -
the bid Is awarded. All trash W-D BRANDWD
must be placed In plastic begs
to bo picked up, effective Feb- I
ruary 1.Additional 1. ROOD SSOWt hsrAMPe
: mercury vapor
street lights will be installed,
t. and re-wiring of light fixtures W-D BRAND .U.S. CHOICE FULL CUT ROUND
on other older street lights PRICES GOOD THUR., JAN. 21 WED., JAN. 27
will be checked Into with Florida -


light stole Power bulbs several, &most of Light.the of Christmas those Vandals on W-D BRAND PURE GROUND 59 EA K J

the string across the front porch $ "BONELESS" 88

of up Councilmen,the M.iyor city; hall Thomas,approved while reported.they use were of BEEF SAVE 30' .s y

the city; hall to begin an adult
I basic education class In Hamp
'
ton.All for city the; officials meeting.were present 3 p'G. SAVE 41 C LB.


PTA TO MEET _ _
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TUESDAY EVENING:
Hampton Elementary PTA USDA CHOICE W 0 BRAND BEEF BONELESS SAVEShoulder
will meet Tuesday, Jan. 26,
In the school cafeteria.I'ERO Roast 99c ALL VEGETABLE COOKING OIL 23c


Mr. and,\LS Mrs. Clarence I lagan PORK SHOULDER

are the parents of a daughter -
DIanne Marie, born Jan- Fresh Picnics ,, 39C CRISCO iP
uary \12 in St. Augustine. Mr. :
and Mrs. Lonnle Melton of FRESH PORK ROAST
Hampton are maternal grand.
parents, and Mrs. Edna lagan I Boston Butt 4 9

of Graham la the paternal 1 Limit. "On.of Your e.......With$7.50 or..,.........E" Clg."
grandmother.Mrs. .
Donald Holies and USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF BONELESS OYL
daughter Terry and son Mark SAVE 31c 24-ox.

of Dyal Gainesville of Graham, and were Mrs.guestsof Etta Rump Roast $129 BOTTLE

Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Wynn HORMEI
last woe.'(. Ted Duncan of ASTOR OIL 6T"LE28c
Gainesville visited them Fri- Canned Hams 3 $2 ; ;
day morning, and Saturday visitors CAN
were Mr. and Mrs. S.E.
Kennedy of Keystone Heights.
Mr. and W D BRAND TENDER BEEF FULL QUARTER LOIN SLICED INTO IVORY LIQUID lOc OFF CRACKIN'GOOD
Mrs. D.E. Hill visIted

Saturday with evening Mr. and In Jacksonville Mrs.-- Cubed Steaks LB. $129 Pork Chops LB.69c Detergent . "T"' 48C Fig Bars . 29C

T.W. King. W 0 BRAND GROUND HANOI PAK FRESH COUNTRY STYLE PORK DEL MONTE FRUIT DtEP SOUTH

Round Steak LB.88C Spare Ribs . LI.69c Cocktail . 4 CANS" $100 Peanut Butter '?-' 98C

JfOTICR!
The .Io khohl.r. Af The W D BRAND CUBED BEEF FRESH CENTER CUT LOIN FLOWER CART SEAMLESS THRIFTY MAID MIXED

Nlerke Coniniunlty their' .anminl Stnrke.Stale moctlnic Kin, will Bnnk'At hold the nt Steakettes _2 PKO. $158 Pork Chops ,. LB.99c Mesh Hose 3 PAIR $1 Vegetables 6&'. $1 100
liiinklnK. Hou.e of Tha Community
Atate, Itnnk of Stnrkeetnrke RIB END PORK ROAST OR SLICED INTO USDA GRADE"A"JENNIE O BASTED HEAVY DUTY GALVANIZED BOUNTY TWIN PACK
>1.Kin.UH at.Tliiirnlny T pin.Ttchg January Pork 59C Breast. 89= Cans 20s :L $189 Towels I 120 CTROLL
-' 1-21-71 Chops LB. Turkey IB Garbage Paper 38C

In The Tlrevlt Court Of The
KUMn Juillrlnl Irrnlt. Of
Klnrl.ln. In Ai. .1 l Fnr Dr.dfurdC.eely DEEP SOUTH MAYONNAISE QT 29c
; fn.. No. 1X11. CHEK ALL FLAVORS SOFTDRINKS
\\llll.\ llamm. Plaint 1ft. -v.0111. BLUE PLATE
Penrl l-lntnni.OF BLJITTO Prf.nd.nt.NOTICTO SAVE 3Oe .

Addr.: .Ollle.. UnknownYou Pearl llamm SAVE
are hereby notified. that I MAYONNAISE 39
An Action for ctlvorre ha. been 20e
filed airalnat. veil and you arerenulrrd
.. ,
I to r on copy ot QUART
your written. fpnfiee.l If any.
to lion Kiiirene. F. Hlmw. Attorney JAR
for Plaintiff, whoeii ad. limit One of Choice With$7,50 or More Purchaie Eee Clg
Are. I. 14! Went Call 1'I1..00t.' _
.,
P.O.file the/aylglnnle.wiithrt,
Clerk of the aboventvled Courten ;
or before February IV. "' SAVE
olherwlit a Judgment K. IR.
1971: N
may b* entered avalnet you ASTOR DELICIOUS ALL GRINDS
for the relief demanded In the 24e
Complaint.'
Wltnen my hand and the
...1 of enl'l Court on II day
of December, 1170.Inmoii COFFEE
(SJ1AL) D Gre.nAe 13 12.0. j r
Clerk of Said CourtBy CANS
Vlrnlnle. F. Daroy. 1-LB.
Deputy ClerK 1-7 4t '.11 -
r r CAN
... y
In Tli* Smelt C r KltfcthjUlillrlnl :
/ rirrnlt Of Florida IaAnd
Fur llrniirord County THRIFTY MAID ROCKINGHAn. ...OLE MY-T FINE STOKELY

rininilff.vii Artdlaon llTll Mnrlene Aetlim Jr. Susan Defendant C'e.e- Arthur No. Addlnon HTI Irvine, Stew Tomatoes5 'CANS 60t''. $100 Chicken . 3'/4 CAN: LB. 99C Snack Pudding 2 .oKS.S.ot'', $100 Catsup .5 '140'BTLS $1 1

I\"ntl. or limit- No PropertyTO
: Arthur Irvlnic Addlaon.Tou DEL MONTE PINEApple DEEP SOUTH VAN CAN
Jr. action are for hereby. Dlrorc notified h... been thatan I Juice .3 CANS 6,01. $100 Kosher Dills . 'JAR 8-01. 59C Chili I I 3 CANS 15-0'. $100 l Ham Spread .3 CANS 601 $1

filed aralnat vnn and you are
required. to aerve a.COPY ofyo" THRIFTY MAIDTomato DEEP SOUTH FRESH CUCUMBER SPRAY SAVE 21. ALUMINUM
written dernna. If any is 01. 22-01. ""'
I I"to It.. whoa. the. name nlalntlf and *.lId.101-10 uttnrney. ....-. Sauce .5 CANS $100 I Sweet Chips JAR 39C 409" Cleaner. T 58C Arrow Foil 4 ROLLS $100

N Temple' FAve.PSleeks.. Florida. THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET POTATOES OR ASTOR SWEETHEART LIQUID ARROW
styled 1.court Mill on or otherwise before February .aJudnement CANS e JAR Detergent . BTLS. Tissue 5 PKGS. $1 1

", may b. enteredaaaln .
>t you for the relief demanded .
In the ('(complaint.. OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF orTURKEY

petition.Wltneai: my hand and lh.seal *
of Mid" Court on. Oecm-
ber 10. U70CSRAI. FRESH RIPE DELICIOUS
Inman.) D. Oraen
A* Olerk of Meld Court MEAT PIESSAVE
By Deputy Beulah Clerk M MoodyA
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tJ HI-ACRES ORANGE \ $ 3 PINTS


JUICE U I s-- 6rd RS't N ** r"J Quantity Righlt Re..a..d

We sell water / J'T; rjxl WINN OIX""( 1/Pafl INr p



PUMPS 6 X X GOLDEN RIPE

6-oz. 79c

Goulds, of course.And we CANS
8-oz. 10
supply parts and service If Y

needed.DEPENDABILITY StC'IT Call TODAY on us plus,AT. for SAVE lOc PIES I BANANAS lB



W.D BEEF POle otiun CHEESE 4. RUSSET IAKINO FRESH FLORIDA

D..llAiIC.P'imp & Supply. Steakettes e 'A?. 79C Sausage Pizzas VJff. 69C Potatoes 1 10 .lA8o BL 69C Oranges..5 BA-G- 39

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141 M. TIMftfi 96.1. fI61| Dinners. . :66.: 99C Waffles . PKO. 39C Onions..5 & 39C Cabbage . 2 HEADS 29c

OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN PAN.REDI ,. DIXIE WHIP ENDIVE.ESCAROLE ROMAINI.BOSTON OR BIBS LETTUCE ALL PURPOSE

Shrimp . P-. $129 49C Salad
EZERASB TTTEWttlTEH Topping. . e QT$, Greens 1 10C Apples..5 t/A'G 59cMRS.

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t' The 9th Anniversary of the Bible to encourage our Club. to 1 P.m. They also gave us dining which, we trust Oils y ode YJ COST, STORM DOORS,
Bradford County; Senior Citizens We owe them many thanks. We a lovely hnnd-mado Valentine elected Body> will work on the ENCLOSURES
Club and Installation of hope that they and their wives and we certainly thank them for needs of Senior Citizens, which SlORRI IiIiINDOYSSPORCR!
officers will bo celebrated at will\ accept our invitation, aa thinking of us. I wrote about In my last arti 'v
the Mollday Inn with a buffet !in the past, to Join us at this -. J s yr.I
News lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 26. Our luncheon. This luncheon starts us off>It cle.Florida Is an attractive State n ( WITN ONI Oi /
r members are urged to be thereat At our Christmas party; we our spring! program which includes for the elderly and we look -- I r r ai p t CMepr IhOn elan
11 a.m. so that the Trea- had 50 members and guests. our Valentine Party, forward to our Legislature to r ..
| By Elizabeth ; surer, Emma Morton, can check Since then three more people George Washington meeting and pass laws to make It better. '
::; CivensVa1kcr : off those present and make have joined our club, Jessie preparations for our participation Our next meeting will be at ry+ Jit WINDOW MATERIALS

1 AR'.4tR4t;: : .vRC4t. :m'o: :: ,: =?_ ,yy;"....... .. all financial arrangements. Young Hufe Davis, and William in the Bradford County the I Holiday; Inn and we are look- ,
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SHATTfUrKOOl1 MAD Mftlll IAIT
: : This is also the 10th Anniversary Bradley. Happy Birthdays Fair. As >In the past we hope Ing forward to enjoying a good ii T, ;,, iFLIXIBU iONOIRWE
CIlURCfl!! : [ of the National Council were sung to Carl and Helen that all members will\ contrI- lunch will all of you on Tues
of Senior Citizens with whichwe McManus and Alex Morton.Vol- bute to our booth at the Fair. day, Jan. 26 at II a.m. andlatkOni

weekly : are affiliated. We were one unteers to help with our Library On the Natlonal scene the i rlrrr Ail r1 rN, ",..n'.ia
Thursday ) \ of the first Florida clubs organized work are Rill and Hazel U.S. Congress passed a Bill I
Choir will who Joined the National Richards and AI and Irene with a 10(% Increase In Social
In Waldo : Council. Nichols. Security benefits and brought
White Ccno Itayburn and Raldall Davis After calling up our mem- minimum payments for a single DR. D. W. WIIIFFKN
Choir hive don all that Is pos- bers who have been 111, we or widowed person to $100 OPTOMETRIST 1 k'JI
the [ are glad to report that they per month. At the same time, / .'' If?' ,S' t: V ttSt .[
vis aator \ SCHOOL NEWS are well on the road to recovery Medicare payments Plan B, Announces he is now in
GF". [ Adult classes are being[ held and hope to see themat costa were raised from $5.30to his new offices. HAVE THE GENUrNE:
Free Will Monday and:: Wednesday night at our Annual Luncheon.Mrs. $5.60 per month.
Jasper \ RJE and Vo-Tech. All adults Orle Hutchlns and four We look forward, with hope, Located At
Choir Interested [In Improving skills of her pupils appeared at our to the White House Conference STARKE BUILDERS SUtPl
at 7 p.m. In reading, writing[ math: or last meeting and generously on Aging In Nov. this year to 207 S. Walnut Street
No. 2 and working toward a diploma may Invited all the women to come resolve most or all, of the Phone 9G1-6311 215 E. Washington St. Phone 964-5270
will enroll. For Information: call to the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech problems facing Senior CltUzens Starke. Fla. Sto. ., Fla.MEN'S .
Prayer 964-6105, 964-6683, or 964. Cosmetology class for a free ,
the+ Ladles 7713. shampoo: hair set and manicure Our State Legislature will
the home on Jan. 25 from {9) a.m. meet between Jan. and March

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earliest Indians In the
7 Bradford County area were "Friday, April 12, 1839: Information -
here today of
reached
member of the Tlmucua
tribe
Our editorial. a battle being fought between the
a branch of (the Muskhogeanna-
of volunteers
Indians and a company
tion. The Timucuans were foundIn
r.ai;?: k: iYiR:?T'dzL.; 1eYi.r. .aa.xaua--_--.:.saw.... ._r..xta_nHnnun.xrxa xxreas_.... w.L this general area by the about 20 miles from
Fort Harle and about 50 miles

Troop 70 ActivitiesFor I. Spaniards ing the early and part the French of the dur-16th from this place.: The Indiana
In the hammocks and as
Point of view Century, and on Into the 17th. were

L I i Jan. Feb.Don D tribe Branches Included of the the Potanos Tlmucuan, who they were attacked coming them out, the on volunteers the

H opposite side. and It Is said
lived on the savannas near Ala-
Hardenbrook,Scoutmas State Fair returning' Sunday chua; the Saturlwas, near the defeated them, and It is said
ter of Boy Scout While killed three Indians and taking
Troop 70, morning. in Tampa the mouth of the St. Johns River ,
announces the following activities : Troop will spend Friday and the Oconees: Just south of the; all their packs: and horses and
for January and February Saturday nights in the National Santa Fe River and the Ya- capturing; one Negro. .
Scouting AnniversaryEvery : Guard/ Armorv. There is no entrance masees, not far; south of the composed: of fragments of numerous Fort Harlee was located in
Saturday, Jan. 23 -- Work fee, but each boy must Gainesville area. reduced: and broken the southern part' of Bradford
Day at Crosby Lake Cemetery pay $2 for transportation and The Timucuans (accent tribes plus Negroes who had County, near the north bank
year the nation observes Boy local Troop 70 during January and Any Scout wishing to partici- breakfast Saturday and Sunday the second syllable--Tl-MU-on escaped from Spanish and Eng of Santa Fe River. Its locationIs

Scout Week In tribute to the found- February, listing useful work projectsas pate must be at the Scout Hut morning. All boys are urgedto cuans: ) were conquered by the lish owners. shown by a government plat
at 9 a.m. This will be an all- attend this annual event which During this period there was of 1855 as being In the NE
Ing of the movement 60 years ago. well as exciting trips to the Su- Spaniards offering little resistance
day event with lunch break at promises some of the constant strife between the qUarter of NE quarter of Sec:
This 3 ear, however, 4.5 million Scouts wannee Klver and the Taima State 12 noon. Each boy who works attractions ever seen.greatest Uni- civilized, and and were converted to an extent to- Spanish, located at St. Augustine tlon 34, Township 7, Range 21

and their 1.5 million adult leaders Fair. These are activities that any will receive 50 cents per hour. forms are not a must, but are the Catholic religion. and the English In South East, about three-fourths of a
will observe the birthday! of Scouting boy will benefit from, and! parentsare This is a good opportunity to recommended. Any parent Several things led to the down- Carolina as well a. battles mile southwestof Hampton Lake
under a new l>1nner. Instead of Boy mIssing a good bet when they earn money for dues or uni- wishing to go with Mr. Mont- fall of these tribes. Disease between tribes In the various Indian (then known as Little Santa Fe).
forms. We could Georgia and Florida, Inasmuch as the above reference -
Scout Week there will be Scouts overlook the of use some gomery and! the Scoutmaster wiped out almost half of the
a Boy opportunity exposing fathers with trucks also. should call 964-6775. and the present area of Brad- Is to "volunteers" it
mission Indians between the
of America Anniversary: Celebration their youngsters to the many advantages Friday, Jan. 29 -- Bus will Friday, Feb. 19-- Parents years, 1649-1672, and an eight- ford County! must have been a may be that they were early
during the entire month of February. of Scouting. depart at 6 p.m. for Mr. Mont Meeting, 7:30: p.m. The Scout- month rebellion further reducedthe "no man's land" In this con- settlers from this area. The
gomery's camp on the master extends an invitation native Indian population. tinuing strife Territorial Governor of Flo-

At\ the present tlm? 01? out of If more boys are taken Into the Troop: Suwanneo River near Mayo. to all parents of boys in Troop Later, near the end of the War The First Seminole Indian rida had asked that settlers of
Plan to return Sunday occurred in 1817-18, An- each "square" of ten miles
afternoon. 70 to attend a general meetingat 17th
every four eligible boys is a mitibjr however It will require the assistance The Scout handbook will give the First United Methodist century tribes from the drew Jackson Invaded Florida erect their own blockhouse and
North and
of a Scout Troop. Through a new of more adult leaders also--and there'sthe each instigated some- and destroyed some Seminole three
boy a list of items to Church at 7:30: p.m. This meet- times accompanied by the Eng- patrol their area at least
Ion;range: development plan, called nt'>. Although mst adults are carry. In addition to his bed- Ing is very important to you lish, further destroyed and car towns, particularly a big one times a week. In addition to
Bovpow.T '76, the Scouts plan to involve willing to back Scouting with their roll each Scout should carry as parents, and to the Scout- ried away more and more of located on the Suwannee River. Fort Harlee this immediatearea
one-third of all eligible boysIn dollars far too few are able or willing one sheet to go on his bunk. master. At least one parent the Tlmucuans.: The remainder South Later, Governor Moore of had Fort Crabbe on the
Each boy will 50 Carolina led an invasion banks of New River and Fort
pay cents from each Is ,
family urged to of the original tribes were
the to back It with their
Scouting a portion; of
progl"am.Thc of Florida
upon boarding the bus for trans attend. moved to the South, and some accompanied by a Van Courtland, a few miles
time each week. portation. huge force of Seminoles. When southwest of Kingsley Lake.
Friday, Feb. 26 -- Court of were even carried: to Cuba by
age of Scouting starts at eight Tuesday, Feb. 2 -- No Scout Honor, 7:30 p.m., at the First the Spaniards. the attack on St. Augustine The Second: Indian War, in
years and extends through 17.. The meeting, as the Scoutmaster United Methodist Church. All Replacing the original Inhabitants failed, the Indians stayed in the middle 1830's, when Semi-
youngest can enroll in Cubs and when Those why possibly give somo will be attending a District boys and their families are invited were the Ishtl Semoll this area and harrassed the noles and white settlers often
can white settlers
VfMrino, In r;.1ru>iv1ll... for many years
and urged to attend this (meaning wild men) later knownas fought throught the pine woods
a boy reaches II ears of he can '
} age, The
number
timo, whether counseling boys on a of Seminoles In
Saturday, Feb. 6 Work
meeting, as there are many the Semlnolles, or Seminoles and swamps caused frequent
become a full-fledged Scout and participate merit badge, or providing transportation depart at 6 p.m. for the TampaFarmers awards to be made. a group of Lower Crteus, Florida Is estimated to have interruption of services at the
in healthful outdoor programsto : for a trip, are Invited to con- been around 4,000 at the time. New River Baptist Church which
In
teach boys concepts of honor, duty: tact Scoutmaster Don Ilardenbrook.: War 1835 broke the out Second, and for Seminole was founded in 1833. Minutes
God! and country service toothers, seven of the church report that dur-
to Tara is tiD: better way of expressing years this area was the scene
and self-respect. gratitude for our active local Troop of a bitter conflict, with the 27 ing, the 1835 annual an "Indian meeting alarm"of Nov.

than by furthering the cause of Scout- Diaryexample few settlers trying to hold out, broke up the meeting and caused
Elsewhere in this Issue of The Tele- ing at every opportunity during the and the avenging Indians roam- a postponement of "feet wash-
graph Is a schedule of activities for Anniversary month of February Ing In wild bands killing, burnIng Ing." There was no church
Just to show that ho is still a package of razor and scalping at unprotected conference fro m April 1836
the boss, Old Man Winter blew blades today is put up in a outposts. until September 1837 because
In again last weekend and treat metal container and then it Is Finally, In 1842 the war was "the people are all broke up.
ed us to another spell of cold enclosed in a cardboard pack- declared to be over, and there Some gone one way and some
I CareLetters weather. When we say "blewin age, tightly sealed with heavy were only a small fraction of another."
Perpetual we moan exactly that, because cellophane. the Indians left, as most had John Tucker was elected as
when the wind switched -w fled to the swamps of South first pastor of the church on
around to the northwest it felt Florida, or had been shippedto September 20, 1833. The Indians -
went out last week from the It is hoped that those persons who like a full gale was blowing and reservations In other states. never attended his meet-

new Crosby Lake Cemetery Association received letters will respond gener- Sam had trouble nav.gatlngwfth! All this.'Is bad.enough, as we Later, there were isolated Instances ings, but gave him a great
Inc. to the owners of lots at the ously with (donations in return for his Little Red Wagon. have to pay for all this fancy of Indian attacks but deal of trouble. He was com-
Ky Sam McGarvey packaging, and as mentioned for the most part the country pelled to travel through the
cemetery and to others who are Interested which they are assured that their .
have the problem of disposing In this region was free of the woods by night, often return-
in proper maintenance of the property will be taken care of. A of revenue. It, but In addition often havea menace: after 1850. Ing home by daylight.Frequently -
property because of family relation- start on the trust fund his already But Spring fever Is already real tussle before we can The following mention of a shot at by the Indians, he
ships. been made with a generous donationof In the air, and Alice got some break through the plastic wrapping skirmish with the Indians in carried in his body one of
-. $500 from a friend in Miami which pansies, snapdragons and caln- to get at the product. this area Is told by General their bullets until his death.
dulas and set them out in a But the biggest problem fac-: Macomb in his "Mission to It is recorded( that "he funeral-
The letters asked for financial sup- came even before the letters went little bed in our front yard. She ing municipalities and coun- The Seminoles," a diary writ- ized more( people, butchered by
port of the non-profit corporation so out. Many will not be able to give picked plants that will add some ties today Is the sanitary disposal ten at Carey's Ferry (Fort Indians, than any preacher who
that a trust fund can bo established this much, and, a few may wish to welcome: colors orange, blue of garbage and other solid This is not to say that mod- Helleman), near Mlddlebun: _, ever lived >In Florida."

which it is i hoped, ,will grow until }[rl gl"t'\ even more. but. any .amo tint",will "and yellow- our yard in the waste products. Every com- ern packaging has been entirely .. .
Interest from the fund will provide' be welcome and will enable the fund month*_ ahead. Right( now we ,munlty in this t fteneral area is ?at fault, because In the case W" : =.w: r have"only one camellia bloom troubled by It,\ and Keystone of foodstuffs, for Instance the )
for perpetual care of the property to 'grow and provide an Income for and a couple of lltle yellow Heights is by no means an ex- health of our country has been y 'He That r t
both old and new sections. perpetual care of our cemetery. flowers out, so the added colors ception. Last week, the K.H. protected as never before. The Planteth A Tree'Is

will be welcome. city council adopted a tough old cracker barrel was all '

n An attempt was made to reach every policy against Illegal titslooks right at the time, but needless Doubly Blessed :k:;j

Three local l churches banded togetherto Interested person with a letter but the city's dump and to say, the contents were
subject to all kinds of health ,
as If it is going to take sten
form a corporation for operation: many were undoubtedly overlooked, Berries are taking their own measurers to correct the situa hazards and we are better off "He that planteth a tree is s 1
and maintenance of the cemetery which and some were unknown since a )large, sweet time in ripening, and as tion. with crackers In tightly'sealed a servant of Cod; He providetha
.
was deeded to the corporation by the number of property owners have movedto of last weekend only a few packages. kindness for many gen- /

former owner of the property. Considerable other sections of the country. If small batches were seen offered . erations, and faces that he hath
for sale along the highway. The not seen shall bless him."This
work has already been done you did not receive a letter, but: are
big growers of course want Alachua: County is taking a quotation from Henry Van Dykeis I
toward rehabilitating the cemetery interested In care of your propertyat production to hold off until the first step toward a countywide; But to use a possible exag- a beautiful tribute to the
which was in a bad state of neglect the cemetery please notify the auction market season, so may- garbage collection: and disposal geration, when buying a ham- "Tree Planters"-- all the way
and more projects are planned ;including Association at Box 368 Starke. Your be for a change things will work system for all unincorporated: mer, who needs to have It from Johnny Appleseed down to II L
the installation of a much contribution will be greatly appreciated out for them the right way. areas Union County is settingup tightly wrapped in plastic? present day gardeners. Trees rv
a new Mosquito Control DIs- span generations, providing
needed water system. and put to good use. .
trict for the same purpose, and beauty and shade for all.
here in Bradford the County Trees have been the subjectof
By now, many of the tobacco Commission has been studying many a writer's pen, but
farmers have sown seed Ir. the problem for some time. Old'lrv Joyce Kilmer's famous lines
I Try Again CBSWhat protected beds In preparationfor summarizes this best of all...
the coming season. And so "I think that I shall never seea TREE Association. However, NO ONE:
far as we've heard, there la poem lovely as a tree..." is suitable for all locations -

will television come up with of the series pushed: back from the no decrease in demand for the A contributing factor, we January and February are thought and must all purposes.be given Careful to the
product: despite the fact that ideal months for
think has been the excessive setting new
next? table and gave forth with an uninhibited purpose of the tree and thento
cigarette trees
commercials have growth of packaging of lust a- or transplanting old ones
belch. Has "humor" come to this? been banned from TV and radio. bout any old! item you can tliink to a new location.A the kind of tree best suited.

CBS's highly-touted situation Incidentally, if tax receipts of, so that at the end of a tree, properly located properly
"comedy""AU in The Family" The idea of the series it was carefully from cigarettes sales should week, let's say, a householdis I I r tm planted and cared for, The location of trees can
was unfurled last week and provedto explained by a voice at the beginning fall off, all municlpalltes, will faced with disposal of a "Grandparents are those can do much: to beautify; your cause: trouble. Trees too closeto
be about as funny as a sandspur of the program is "to throwa be hit hard and will have to small monntian of packaging to people you take the baby to home, your neighborhood, and the house may damage roofor
look around for another source get rid of. Just to cite one for an over-mauling!" your community: says the flor- siding. Trees between the
In a bare foot. humorous spotlight on our prejud- ida Nurserymen and Growers sidewalk and the street may
"
ices. As one critic remarked the break sidewalks and curbs.

Instead of. humor it presented a spotlight was there, all right, but ''f. Tree branches on electric wires

half hour of ;poor taste, coarse vulgarity there was little humor and consider- ; .' may cause loss of power..or

and dialogue that could not able uneasy embarrassment in listening .,: p...7q" rn'lo .... clogged sewers;might even hide
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'Jl \ ". ." traffic lights and signs, or damage -
but offensive to Archie's about --'
help be to minority groups ranting "Hetes, .. :: -- -= -'"""';::' -
__ I ,_ x"I":: 0" power lines
and their sympathizers.To "black beauties, and "stupid Po- _0 _
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lacks.

bolster its claim of being a .. It would be wise to consult:
"comedy," there was heavy use of a The series is reportedly patterned your nurseryman before deciding -

raucous "laugh track" to provids the after a similar program 'hat was a p on the location and var-
laughs that were lacking from viewersin hit on the Britist networks--but then iety of your tree to make sure

the nation's living rooms. It wasa the British are not noted for their you have needed no trouble to shade later.the children's Treesare
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sad commentary on the program appreciation of humor--and we can i/1 play area, porch: or patio
that the biggest laugh of the evening undsrstand why, if this is a sample= as well as the Important
(from the laugh track of course: ) came of what they chuckle over. parts of the house in the after-
when Archie bunker the loud-mouthed noon. A few trees with clean

short-fused bigot who is the anti-hero Try again, CBS' the trunks street between or the the highway house helpsto and

frame your home.Trees too,
I can: help you screen out undes-
If. .-- I 14// irable views... and small trees

The Bradford County .1" I r ,Y and evergreens will help screen
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TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED 4 4-" your view. area from public
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fr.onDike Bible For example If you need a

If for all your evil you know tree for shade on your patio
In the summer, would It
how to give your children: not
be nice to have a tree that is
what Is good how much more
deciduous (sheds foliage in win
FLORIDA ESSASSO will your Father give the Holy ter) so you get the sunshine on
Spirit from Heaven to those the patio' to warm It in winter?
TON who ask Him?-(St. Luke 11, The consideration of such fac-
13.) I tore as this will assure you

First we ask our Father, trees to serve your best Interests

Almighty and Eternal .
God.
for the gift of His love, In Berry Bradford County will soon be launching another strawberry season at It hat for
E. L. MATTHEWS. EdlterrabllshefPoblbhct : true and humble devotion. the pail 90 year or mar*. The above scene, from an old gloss negative In the late

) eaoh. Tbandar a.. e.t.re. e* i Becis. Then knowing: in faith thatIt l Hoover Bros f Us, Is typical of the early era of strawberry harvests In Bradford Serious consideration: of such:
County. Not have problems
only the
CUM Matter at the Put t Office at 8&arb.u. in ours, wo begin to live a styles costume of the women and children changed, even the well makes a homeowner
... berries are wearing a different "dre**" these day. instead of the old aware of the fact: that "If 1
straw
ruder net f March U7t.SvksorlpUo new life that is joyous and and wire pin you don't know
gross mulching shown here berries your trees know
In rude areas 1 yen ti OtU useful in His service In love Change black plastic. Recognis anyone? today wear a "mod" outfit of shiny your nursery man!" You, want

K trade meat 1 Tear, **... and brotherhood. trees to meet your needs,not to
creat problems for you In the

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Benson To Address Birch WOTICK' TO BIDDER*
., LAWTEY SocietyTh teal Bid will ha receivedUp !_ n. Clrr.lt, Court Of Tkft I. according. to plat recorded. '
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., to later than Ieb \ In hi h Judicial Circuit Of in Plat Book 9. Pass 14. pub.lid -
., ruary ndI1l7'lt for refuapic i Flurlda In A*>d Fir ....4.ortI record of Bradford County -
postttv side of the up In the City limit of Hampton 4.1: r. fa** IX.. HIM Florida, at public .. .to
By Enu: : BlUGJaard American On. pick' u-p a week any Cull. Melvin and Edith Mil- the highest. bidder for owh. *
heritage and what day. encept" Tuesday and Thurs- Tin hi. wlf*. Plaintiff v. the front door or the Bradfor.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES can be done by concerned citizens : day. Bidder must specify, what Opal NOTICE! Defendant County Courthouse) In Htark.
Highland Baptist Sunday Sympathy and prayers of and day h. will. pick uo. OP HAU8 Florida. betw.on1'00 A.M.
to preservpthe
Grace United Methodist: Sun- School 9:45: a.m. Worship ser friends strengthen! All bid mailed to Box IEO. Notice. I I. hereby .given that, and 2 00 P.M. on the tnd dayor
are extended to the nation will be stressed Ina .. 171.
School Hampton, Fl "044 pursuant to th Final Judge February A D.
day 9:45: Worship ser- vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer family of Melson Privett who public lecture on Wednesday Bide will be wpenexl T'lo: 9 m. bent entered In ...... number. Gilbert H. Brown. Clerk
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. passed of last February i. 1971 *.t HalTl'tolibt .<1 184. In the Circuit Court Jy -i-Bnulah M. MuodrDeouty
Tuesday MYF 7 P.m. Wednes- followed choir away on Friday Feb. 3, at 8 p.m., at the Hail. i-i It '.* of Bradford County, Florida I 1 Clerk
by practice week.Mr.. Starke: Golf & Country Club. will *ell the property iiltuaied George H. PierreP. l
day Choir practice 6:30: p.m. and Mrs. Larry Carter The speaker will be Reed A. In Bradford County )Florida O. Drawer 1030
Prayer meeting 7:30: p.m. PERSONALS described a*: BUurK Florida 32091Dale's
of Tallahassee announce the Benson CALL POD BIDS lit 1.11ire.
Church of God: Sunday School Washington represen- The Board of County Commissioner IMI Five (II) and Six (8).
Cohen Peele of arrival of a eon. John Wyrick tative of the John Birch Society.; of Bradford County lock Seven ((7). ru>rlotl* Unit
10 a.m.. Worship services 11 Jacksonville
Carter on January 11.The The will receive sealed bid
young meeting Is sponsored by Florida
and 7:30: p.m.. Family visited Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Mc- mornlniet
a.m. man Is the great grandson of local at 9::10 A. M. on the .
Night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Clellan during the week. Mrs. John P. Wyrick of Tal- members anti-Communist of the controversial organization -- office ofuthetpatrtV 71Comndloners *- .Its" _-_ = VI

lahassee and the late Mr. Wy. to give others the In the Bradford County l
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rick. The Wyrlcks are former opportunity to hear the Birch the following:
residents of Lawtey. viewpoint about current events. This bill will be foe the year

FLORIDA THEATRE Mrs. O.J. Phillips has returned An authorized spokesman for rind t..lnnInK. ending February January 11.8' 1972 1911,

from an extended visit the Birch Society; Mr. Benson This Dill will b.. con lderd I Friendship |
... bid.
with Mr. and Mrs. L.ll. Hln- says he is convinced that much 1,.a. iirKulnr package Gasoline not lain

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: ote of Miami. of the current turmoil and bitterness than U4 Octane
We are pleased to have Mrs. In the U.S. today Is 1.. Diesel. Oil Fuel Case No. Lots 1 In 24 t
I Motor
Blanch Phillips' back at her neither accidental: nor inevitable -- ,, Quart can. and 65 gallon drum.
home for the winter. A friend, but Instead has been deli- -- Motor Oil .will meet DS AFI8..r-Avail REST AU RANi

FRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAYJANUARY Mrs. Wlnntfred Allen Is her berately provoked by subversive vice able.. Clasnlflcatlons In HAM tl'...de. lOW I
guest for the season. forces In this country In why the Society charges that through 40W. Thl..* oH I* torn > t

222324DOUBLE Mrs. T.L. Wainwright was Ills presentation he will show many prominent officials in opiiratlnic..t requirement under l "ervlce of enirlne visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mau- why the Birch Society; believes goverment, education and .lflcatlonC D. S. Thl. oil U to I
FEATURE' rice Langford and Mr.and Mrs. that the Communist Conspiracyis other circles are giving meet requirements. MIL for- mllltarvHpeclflcatUm 1.45199' I

John Langford In Lake Butler the most dangerous enemy "aid and comfort" to this me- for high output* diesel engine. !
last week. nace. ke..,.. oil. It ..mall.alM A
the U.S. has ever faced and cru.n manufacturer recommendations OPEN 6:00 A.M.
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES! Miss Elizabeth Terry spent The eldest son of former meet the for *orle. 8 lull-
the week with Mrs. C.E.Strick- to The Circuit Court Of Breford > Secretary of Agriculture Ezra rlcatlnn.' 4 !
POPULAR PRICES! land In Gainesville. Alonso County Ixinnle Florid Morris.. C*.Plaintiff e HO Taft Benson, the speaker Joinedthe quart 4. Motor cans 011 and In OHM 6B lot gallon*. 14 CLOSE MIDNIGHT

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith of v*, Betty! jean Boyelte Society; In 1962 after more drums to meet APt servtpeclass t
1'/orrI., Defendant M Ma. and DO available
M
than a of research which
IT'S THE BIGGEST ENTERTAINMENT year
EVER Wooster Ohio through
are spendingsome Notice> Of Action 8AK Orade. lOW t
TO ROCK THE SCREEN WITH LAUGHTER! time with her mother, Toi: Betty Jean Boyett NoeTin. he says convinced him that 401 W and meet military. "P o-
Whose Koeldenc 1* Unknown the group offered the best po- Ifloa-tlon. M I .. 21 04 A
Mrs. Melson Privett, and visIting 6. All purpose grease. oil. I
fJ Mi' other relatives here. You are notified, that an action sitive-action program to com- ,grade 9 0 and 140. 6 Kallon
<
... () for divorce haG been filed bat Communism and preservethe and 65 gallon\ drum Oear lub- I
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duck .
\ .inilnxt you and you are required American rloatn must meet M I 1.-L. 210a Breakfast
heritage of li
'! k attended the 45th Inaugural Ban- '. ; ""." $ ,. ; r quet of the Florida Associationof written deten_. If any to It berty.; He has served as theSociety's S Multl-purpooe grea.e. In 3S :
t!.,J ,-, on PlalnllfrAttorney, whose ; Washington represen- pound cunnalnersand 1Z9 pound
J .
Realtors on Saturday. Mr. sildrem I I. P O. Drawer 340 containers.
"'riJ" I.114ty Duck was recently elected Sitarke, Florida on or beforeFebruary tative for more than six years 7 All No. 2 Fuel and Kw .-
t president 12, 1971 and dole the supplied to Ih.courtholl. .
be Lunch
and is
a contributing editor to one to
.....:. r'r: of the Bradford-Clay original with the Clerk of this ..". .agricultural complex It I
tJg,; County; Board. Court either before, Bitrvlra onPlalntlfre its weekly news magazine. Health. Clinic. n2.cu"JX
'I' ty Attorney. or Immediately Tickets for Mr. Benson'sspeech Jail The *ucco sful l> t
,-- : Wayne Mosley and Mr. and thereafter otherwise.. a from the presentiuppll
I: purchase
'I t .J !- Mrs. Steve Buzzard and Kern default will be entered against are $1.50 in advance or ; all underground
< J 'tr--4".... '," ... I $ of Sanford were visiting Mr. you for the relief demanded In $2 the night of the talk with uLpmf.nt at major oil coan- Dinner IL I Ie
tor/ -
:.. :;i;L.. ;;:; ,; and Mrs. Leo Dyal and family the WltneH Complaint.my hand and the students admitted at half price. pan The?[ prl.e.hoard' reserves the right t
b\. )Ic. O--I>o ,J.. OJIt \'. during the week. seal of thin court this lltlt They may be obtained by calling to reject any or all bldn.
.. (; ._ day of January" 1971.
,:: ? 964-7285 by writing Box 247 (SEAL)
....r:... I _'" Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Kirkland (SEAL) Gilbert 8 Drown t
Starke at the door the
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or nlghl
ClerkOf ClerK
I Jr. and son Burt spent the Ollhert S. Brown A, Gilbert 8. Brown.
weekend with the Circuit Courtfly of the program. 1.21 U. I.U ..... .a.. 9.s =
Mr. and Mrs.
[ STANLEY KRAMER Beulnh M. MoodyLwuty
"ENCERTflACYMILTON[ 'iilll[ 1011twmngiiiK W.A. Kirkland In Ocala. > Clerk

BERL[ !.. Mrs. Ellis Johnson and son 111.71 UI.e -----
SID CAESAR "IT'S A ffttl Fill of Lake Worth and Mrs. Jack

BUDDY HACKETT( MAD JIMMYDURANriflirt Pons of Tallahassee were Wed- LOOD FAIR
[ MERMAN c99"i nesday overnight guests of Mr.
,, IteFS1 } and Mrs. B.E. Reddish. Mr.
MICKEY RODNEY MAD MAD nuJu.illiiraslDICK !
SHAWN s+ISIi: eWiu; ijj N :and Mrs. Ray Dorman of

PHIl SILVERS MAD uIMEAMmSIiTENRYTHOMAS on Gainesville Saturday.were visiting them U.S. CHOICE CC.Mry

JONATHAN WINTERS WORLD"unno( Riisii-


tfcPOTtT' : OF CONblTIOX O*
coMMUiwry ttr/tiu] U.IAK
PLUS OK Bl/tllhfcJ) 1> 'IIIW J Bl'AIW,'
OK FLOIUO.V AT '111 10OK ) tLU,1I)
ItL...:.."."" u.' ba.....EWbRal : :

Tarzan battles a madman's lust for power!) bore A......
Cash balance. Uue
ift l
nM0 .M k. fl tfOu. ws from bunke 802.892.4t
U. tl. Treasury
Securities 1.842.889.41
> 1 Obligation. Of State
and Political HUD
divisions 334.912 55
Other luuns1.M7.525.4*
.rte :Dank premise. furniture
and fixtures
and other aeetsreproeenUn

premise bank 81.179,11, I LtUy' U'ikQi. "

..:; : TOTAL, ASSETS 4.87 4.188,88Llnblllllee

S ti1..e .
G an s.
COLOR 'I THEATRE tae7Ak w6ee. Demand deposit of Individual
.. partnenhlploand
corpuratiuiw 1.432.400.21
Tim and saving deposits
of Individual. partner
hip., and corporation
1.814.299.62 e .
VepUHit of United State
301 DRIVE INShow Government 84.973.71
.
Deposit. aubdlvi o( State* and pelitloal m

Ion 1.222.871.45 1
Begins At SundownFRI. Certified and officer I

check, etc. 14.7582
TOTAL DBPOS1T8 ..3U.3Uj1 31
(A> Tidal tlttlllMHI'deposits .

., SAT. JAN. 22, 23 <13> Total time and 3.170.7H.S4 SLICED 1/4 (FRESH -........ .....
avlnff deposit 1.191.808 4) 'RL'1ioN' uDERs
DOUBLE FEATURE Other liabilities. 105.054.21 PORK LOIN



UAULLJIBS TOTAl.R..e..... O. Loans 4.474.358.13 CHOPS / ( f STEAKSi FRYERS

Aacl ..........1..
II r "t Southern Reserve for bad debt i /Miniitiannticii/
A
lo-sse on loan (.et
up pursuant to Inter 2TO t.l i \
.it"-u. town turns into bal Revenue Servlc. I WRT OAT 595.: 0 9J 9EJB
ruling 41.371.81 r/LBI
3 LB ,
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Total Reeerv On Loans /IOWPRICI/! j WHOll BAGGED
a film about him. a time-bomb! and Securities AeevaBt] .
0 EQuity Capital
=:::a ii total 3S8.470.I4

A Common 8tock-total Oul (.... ....
Ii par valua 100.030.00 COMPARE O. .... .
: lio. 6har. authorised ::, ...

:___ .1. p, n:::: Ho.Out.tanolln..Oot Share 2,000 Mueller's LBOW) Saltines rasmnn, 25c 29c., f'i""i""fp\I '\ ;;; 'rAHCY\ GOLDEN RIPE


rt Undivided Surplus profit lOO.nOO 188.470.34 00 Suave Shampoo ":. ,' "<: 2/51/ SI 38 3Sc49r

:: BAIN'.ANAS
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TOTAL CAPITAL MACARONI Suave Hair Spray". 68c 19c6C
ACCOUNTS 388.470.14 '
Miss Breck Hair Spray:: ':: act lit "

TOTAl.RESERVES LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL I /mll''j' ""' "" '.' .... 49 I'. \. T
/ C: Hair .9 cHi,' .
ACCOUNTS 4.874.198.10 [ Spray -oot> el ,
........a.or.A..rl. 2/25 .IB 9
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t d'I .. of totaldeposits Box White Rain Hair Spray CI- ,,:'.. 99' SI I J8 29r -c .- +'"
for the IScalendar ..'. j .
.. ( ,
PKGS 4959c .
day Get Set Hair Spray":: :: : : lot .
tc, Jim Brown George Kennedy Inn with call data 4.4tt.tI4.S4
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Average of total Peanut Butter :-; '. ; 99r SI I 09 IDs
Fredric March loan for the It

PANAVISION"MeNo-Goldwyn-Moyer' METROCOIOR IEMa \ foM isioa'or d.M tro ol,.r FC-| "+ lnr calendar wlthcall day dat.end 2.002.41881 Halo Hair Spray -,. i?:"'..:ou 4959c lOc f/rwiif' '
"in mis EATING OR COOKINGAPPLES
Unearned discount on Instal DOG ,
SUNSHINE '
ment loan Included In total Holsum Peanut Butter .; 69: 79r lot -
capital *account

above-named I Marraret bank I. Miller do ,..,Iemnl of the,. Right Guard ."'r-syr' :=: :, ",":.. 2/l/ SI 38 31c
24. 25 affirm that this report of condition liiiriir .
MON.
SUN.. JAN. I I. true. and correct to the RATION ,tit met'' !' Potato Chips .rv;: ;:." 38: 59c 2lc t
beat nt my knowledge and b.
DOUBLE(, FEATURE Hot. Rice-A Roni '"': ," ,'" 3'lSM7!' 17e
Corncl-Attest Margaret IV -

H. H.Miller\ Adam Chinatown Rice "ul If'"C 39c 45c 6t 4 45 C:
$1 89
B. O. Epp. 25
'::.The Minx makes Curious Yellow look pale" Charley E. John.Dlr.atdrs. LB Long Grain Rice ..r..o??,?'. o 39C 4Sc 0< U lAG

State ot Florida.County '
39C I Io'cCOMPARE'
N.W yeas OA'LY News of nradford. H' Colgate Instant Shave"Pantry ar"; 49c
Sworn to and autxorlbed ce-
DlIlTSONlY- urrrDnb..m fore m* on this 18th day. of, ,:.' : ..... '.?:' Pride Salt "a' 0' 9c 13c 4< FRESH FLORIDA PLANT CITY
January 1971. and I hereby!
certify that I am not an officer Pride Tea Bags '00" 68c si o? 30cU STRAWBERRIES?
.
or director of thl* bank. Southland Greeds ': 3'451' Sse 10ePantrY

(SISAL Notary) Public Jackie, State O. Mote If Florida Cake Mixes "::::::r:...: 4$1/, SI.16 DISH FIRM MIAOS
InX at ureas0My Stuffed Potatoes .:':':::;e11N 3/$1/ SI.17 17e CABBAGE..L.. 6
.The commission .apirs JulyPOWELL'S DanishGoRoundsToaster :;;'Oo; 37 3, 3t
Frozen Hash Browns ;;' :.., 3/$1/ $1.17 ire FIORIDA' FRESH
dfr.'III1'-'!! .,. -. '" "n3dbslut! prthink sits b Pastries """?0''"0.''" 3/$1/ S1.29 29c CELERY.\\ ;
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........... Frozen French Fries 'n1 3/29/ < /dst 6c

r- MOBILE
ONUS iur.' III 1111I H'1 .,;I[
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HOME VILLAGE
AMTIT BII

-.J1'db! Large Trailer Parking RAISINBREAD PUNC'
nX
:, SpaceS' [In

: laD
r LAKE BUTLER

I J. 10X30( Concrete Patio, '

Lamp Post. Utility House

It MINI-JANSTULINOssut uiiuiMMiiinniui icMmifHMmuM llCtlOl City Water, Sewer, Garbage BOTTLE

Fick-up. TIUOW ClINCPEACHES i.I 1A khU OF1OO
PLUS -
For Details r.IBII w HAIR SPRAT ASPIRIN

"THE PINK PUSSYCAT" I II 496-K61 1 or 496-3861 49

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'::' 'Y, ::;;;:';' >>:./' .nI=IO<>Y, extended Edwards an parishionerswere Invitation to

a special Mass planned Jan. 20
L. Harris
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Sydney Melson Privett when parishioners had the privilege

of renewing marriagevows.

Sydney L. Harris 72.of Max- Melson Privett. 60, of Law. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH HOLINESS JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

villa, died Sunday In a Jacksonville lay died on arrival at a Starki The Invitation was given St. Sunday School 9:45 BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn
hospital after a long Ill hospital Wednesday Jan. 13, Edward's Altar Society by Fath- Morning Worship 11 : a.m. 301 North, behind Tastes CHURCH(; ur' CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship,, 11 ajn. Youth
ness. He was" retired from the following a sudden illness Born er James Cregan St. Edwards' Service 6 a.m. Youth Frees Drive In, Sunday Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice I j
U.S. Post Office as rural mnl' in St. George Ga. on Sept. 12. pastor. 7 p.m. p.m.Evening.Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Service Morning Worship and Communion Ing Worship II a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m. ,
carrier for the Maxvllle area 1910 he was a retired farmer St. Edward's Altar Societymet Thursday night II a.m. and 3 p.m. Prayer Service, 11 a.m. Evening services Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
and attended the Lawtey Baptist Jan. 13 in the Parish Hall Prayer Meet. 6.W.dnesday. Meeting 7:30
and was a member of the Lon& log 7:30: Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- : p.m.; Wednesday.
Branch Baptist Church. Church. with Mrs. Don Champion, president p.m. Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders. pastor GRACE BAPTIST CHuRCH
Surviving are his wife Mrs. Surviving Is his wife Elnora reporting on the Day of Ivy Luke Pastor day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L. 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway &.100 A, Starke (Griffls -

In/ile Harris ,two daughters! Futch Privett;: two daughters Recollection held at St. Paul's Grlffls, associate: pastor. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Loop).
Mrs. Bonnie Padgett and Mrs. Mrs. Alma Norman Lawtey, Catholic Churc h In Jacksonville SMYKNA MISSIONARY Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning
Edith Padgett, all of Maxvllle. and Mrs. Bernice Smith Woos- and conducted by Father BAPTIST CHURCH DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 11A5ICLON: CIJISTIAN:) CJlURCI'&mday School, II a.m., Morning Wor- Worship at 11. Training Union
Services were held at 2:30: ter, Ohio; one son George Pri Leo Clifford. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services BROOKER School 10 a.m. Morn- ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
p.m. Tuesday in the Long vett, Lawtey; three brothers Mrs. Henry Stefanelll, altar : Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Branch Baptist Church with Nod Privett and Irvin Privets, chairman Informed members Union Preaching II a.m. Training ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Worship, -James Shaw, pas Wednesday-: PrayerServices. 7:30.: -Rev. Don R.
Rev Reginald Taylor and Rev. both of Jacksonville; Fel Prt.vett of duties In proper care of( ship ,7 5:45 p.m.: p.m.Everyone Evening welcome Wor p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.- tor. "rawdy, Pastor..

Wlneford Wilkinson officiating. Miami; two sisters. Mrs. altars. -Eld r A.G. Flynn, castor Rev Lacy (o..ay; pastor. -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Mittie Thompson and Mrs. Vil
Interment was in the Long Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
la Crawford both of Avon Park GOD BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
; CHURCH OF
Branch Cemetery. CHURCH OF GOD Wor-
Union 10:15 Morning
: a.m.;
and six grandchildren. CHRISTIAN OF PROPHECY BROOKER 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH II Evening Worship
ship a.m.
Funeral services were held Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Jim Temple pastor .sun- Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; ;
School 10 MornIng
Mrs. Doris HardyMrs. at 4 p.m. Saturday In the Law- DIMENSION"Rich Sunday Worship 11 a.m., a.m.Young People's -- Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Wednesday.
tey Baptist Church with Rev, Service, 6 Evangelistic -Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor. Superintendent. Training ning Worship 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer Robert West.
p.m. Rev.
E.C. Harvey officiating Interment and Poor"In Service 7 Wednesday Union 6:45: p.m. Lowifll Doug Meeting and Bible Study 7 Pastor
Doris Hardy 49, of followed in Dye! Cemetery Prayer Meeting p.m., 7:30: las Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on Book of P-.'imn., NEW RIVER BAPTIST
p.m.
Starke died upon arrival: at a under direction of De- the book of James In the Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw G.F. 'Prevatt, pastor everyone: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
local hospital Wednesday. Jan. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home New Testament there Is a verse -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- music director. Welcome. ing Worship 11 a.m. Training

13, after a sudden Illness. Sho of scripture that speaks about Ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
was born in Hampton on Nov. T. J. Alderman the "Poor" or the "brother of 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
27. 1921 the daughter of the low degree" and the "Rich". GIf ATER BETHLEHEM' p.m.Rev.. John Ross pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.

late George W. and Estela! Thomas Jay Alderman 76, Poverty Is often a blessing FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker, pastor.
Green IIInson. She was a member of Hampton died Wednesday for the poor man is more like- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45
of the Hampton; Baptist Jan. 13, in a Gainesville hospital ly to feel the need for spIri- Cor; Ash & Chestnut. Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST 'ing Worship II. Training Union a.m. Evening Service 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Church. after a short illness lie tual things will often feel that School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, Highway 125,Northwestof Law 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting Sunday 6:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Surviving are her husband, was born in Bradford Countyon tual things and have need of 11; Luague 4 p.m. Night Service tey, Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: P.m. Ing Worship II. Training Union,
Douglas Hardy; four daughters Jan. 18, 1894 the son of a greater exercised faith. The 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ing Worship. 11:15.: Sunday Night -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor -J.C. Brown minister 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
Mrs. Delores Carlson Mrs. the late George W. and Dora rich man feeling a sufficiency pastor. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
Dorothy Cubbage and Mrs. Deborah Alderman. He was a retired in material things will often Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.Rev..
CHURCH OF
Moseley' all of Starhc railroad conductor, and a mom- feel that he can buy his Albert Knight!, pastor. JESUS CHRIST
and Mrs. Diane Cochran, of ber of the Madison Street Bap- own way In any circumstance.The FIRST UNITED METHODIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS (IIOPE BAPTET.CIIUKCH; PINE LEVEL:: BAPTIST

Louisiana; two sons, Dudley tist Church of Starke. brother of low degreeIs STARKE LAURA BAPTIST CHURCn: 1404 E. Bessent Road (1 highway: 100 at Theressa) wunday School 10 a.m. Mom.
Price Hardy Jacksonville; and Surviving are his wife Erne no doubt the Christian who Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Sunday School- a.m., Morning Ing Worship II a.m. Pro-
Douglas II. (Hardy Starke; throe Dempsey Alderman Hampton has little of this world's goods; Worship, II; Junior and Senior Sunday School 9:45: a.m.: Sunday School, 10 am. Sacrament Worship- a.m.; Training Services ((Booster Band Young
; but such Is fortunate in- MYF groups, 6 p.m. Morning Worship 11 arm; Eve- 6 p.m. Service) 6
brothers Henry B. Hlnson two sons Thomas J. Aldormnn a one Union6:30: p.m.; Evening: .Worship People and Prayer ,
he la WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal ning Worship. 7:30: pcpi.; Midweek MondayMia 7:30: p.m. .
Hampton; Bert L. Hlnson Jr., Ocala; and William R Al- deed. Being a Christian 7:15: p.m.Wednesday p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
Starke; and Woodrow J. Hln- djrmpn. Melrose two daughters saved redeemed reconciled 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Bible Study Wednesday TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. Nlsht Prayer Ser Midweek Service Wednesday
don, Jacksonville; seven sis Mrs. Frances; Shoemaker, adopted sanctified; he Is a 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30: pjn. WednesdayRelief Society, vices7:30: p.m. Rev Merle 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland,
tars :Mrs. Willie Mie Denton, Tallahassee and Mrs. Janice child of God. Christ has goneto 7:15.: Be In church Sunday. 7:30: p.m. Packham pastor Pastor.
'Starke; Mrs. Alma Bar Everett ; prepare a mnnslon for him; Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor Jesse D. Branson, Branch
Townsend St.
Petersburg one
; will be -DeWitt T. Farabe; Jr. President,.
Wash.; Mrs Elsie Hall brother G. Carl Alderman. his happiness complete
Atlanta Ga.; :Mrs. Alberta Baltimore Md.; three sisters with no tears, sorrows heartaches -- -- -------- ----- ..-- -- - --- --- -.
(lodge Alcoln S.C. :Mrs.. O- nor death. The richesof LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL
;
Mrs. L.A. Canova.Starke; Mrs. ; HII 11111111 illllllllll1l1lll11l1l1lllllll1llll1l1l1l1llllllllllllll
HOLINESS; CHURCH
this world are nothing when ;
dell Brown Jacksonville; Mrs. E.K. Mtrshburn, Keystone
with the "chain of Sunday school 9:45: a.m. Mor-
:Marie Self Fort Pierce; :Mrs Heights: and M.-s James Otto compared
Okle Garlock Brandenton and Petersburg Jewels" Inherited by the Chris ning Worship 11 a.m. Youth !
four grandchildren. ; St. l ;and II grand Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Where haue the I
children.
Funeral services ware held Funeral service were heldat tian.The rich man can go to hea- ship 7 p.m.Saturday. ,
at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Hampton 10 a.m. Saturday In the Mad- ven. It will not be because of Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Baptist Church with Itev. ison Street Baptist Church with his riches but in spite of his p.m.Rev. I LEAVES Gone? I
wealth will be W.B. Chauncey, pastor
Ills a
:Melvin Hamel officiating. Interment Rev. Denton Sumral I officiating. riches.
was In Hapc: Cemeterywith Interment was in Crosby Lake constant source of temptations ,
DeWitt C. Jones (funeral for "the love of money Is the NORTHSIDE BAPTIST; ; ,
Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones I Trees without their leave, are like a ,
Za-
of evil".
kinds
Home In charge of arrange- Funeralllo\> : charge. root of all CHURCH
ments. chaeus was rich (Luke 19:30): ). Sunday Morning Worship 9:45
,
: ; Church building without the people Th ,
of Jesus' friends seemedto
Many< Sunday School 11. Sunday Eve-
Mrs. Leaty Todd Mrs. Winnie Crews be people of material suc- ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training real warmth.. friendliness. and welcome I
cess. Joseph of Arlmathaea
Union 7:30.:
: I.eatyi"Jr.odd, 72 of Uarnabas, Nlcodemus, Mary ThursdayTeachers and Officers atmosphere. are created! by .the people. All cx I I,1
Mrs Funeral services for Mrs. (sister of Lazarua), and the women Meeting 6:30.: Prayer
Starke died Thursday. Jan/ 14, Winnie Hodges Crews of White- of Galilee. Meeting 7:30.Edward \ .there .things are a real aid t to worjhip I
in Bradford County Hospital house were held at 2 p.m. There Is a principle that both C. Harvey pastor.ST. .
after an extended Illness She Tuesday in the Oak Grove Primitive rich and poor must have in t tf.
vas born In Bradford Countyon ; Ba'prnt'Church' Irt'Bsker' Uic\ ideal' of Christianity that ,. ''due unto' "Hie lord "the !glory!' due unto r 14i
March 17, 1898 the daughter County with l Cider O.M. Yar- Is: "Rut seek'ye first the king MARK'S EPISCOPAL ,
of the late Hen and liebocca : brough of Starke. officiating dom of Cod and his righteousness CHURCH, STARKE hi< name, worship the' Lord in the beauty! I
Orlffls( Pose. She wasa assisted by Rev. Bertiey Armstrong ; and all these things shall Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd
mcmberof theBaptlstChurch.Suniing pastor of the Whitehouse be added unto you." (Matthey Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Pray. of/ hotness/ :' I
are five daughters Baptist Church.; 6:33): The things added to your "fr, 2nd and 4th Sunday 11 a.m.
Mrs I.ola Heeding' M-s. Eva Mrs Crews was a native of life Is the material blessingsas John M. Flynn, Rector. t 1I I
Hum.-hre) Mrs. Susie Hill- Bradford County and had livedin well as a spiritual fulfull- I Come be one among many lo hare in
Geraldine; Grif- I
lard and Mrs.
Whitehouse for the 17
its, all of Starke; and Mrs. past mont. PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL the "joy of worshiping In the Lori,!'* home
years. She was a member of Let all realize that Jesus I I III
Georgia Summer, Jacksonville; the Pine Level Missionary/ has said that "No man can METHODIST CHURCH
one son, James W. Todd Jr.. tist Church near Starke. serve two masters for eitherhe Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom-
Jacksonville; 29 grandchildren Surviving are her husband, will hate the one, and love I lag Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- II t I7ff

and 48 great-grandchildren. E.K. Crews; one daughter, Miss the other; or else he will hold vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, I ./! '' I
Funeral services were held at Darlene Crews; three eons to the one, and despise the 7:30: p.m. Tuesday night Prayer I 9r '
2 p.m. Sunday In the Airpark Timothy Steven and Elbert other. Ye cannot serve Go(' Meeting 7:30: p.m. : ::f 3 JU: : I Iihr
Baptist Church with 1'ev. I-or- C. Crews all of Whitehouse; and mammon. Rev. Neal Starling pastor $
Griffls and I'onzo
enzo Rev three brothers Donald R. and -J.C. Brown Minister1st
1.t 1.
Prevatt officiating. Interment Henry F. Hodges both of Law Christian Church AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I ;1 .tOfl P1
wu In the I-lzcy Chapel Cemetery tey and James D. Hodges of Sunday School 10a.m.; MornIng .TM. tank .h Mi -liin< epey III.Sit...
with DeWitt C. Jones Hillside Mdl; eight sisters Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening i MtM to. ...-.. DM. tumM$. d! ill,ton. 't
.'uneraIHome in charge. Sirs Lois Burton Mrs. Faith Johnnie Barden Warship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer fu hi-..,"".'-'I.eiISm/e, e 114
Murphy, and Mrs Edna Norton Meeting and Bible Study I Ie ee .h" h I.. ... 11II .......... aah.d
all of Starke; Mrs. Katie 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng the inn'. r m*-.l In .MM .... .< ,... M fmnIMMI Y
Crews and Mrs. Dorothy Sweat, Johnnie William Barden 60, every Monday 7 p.m. J tr w.m.. .qrs.< WIN Iwifpttmn "
BRIDESAt both of Orlando; Mrs. Mary of Starke was pronounced deadon C.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone t.i. .., .Mw liM4.n *Kli M MM w .
Gibson, Raiford; Mrs. Carrie arrival at Bradford County Welcome. fc e e.w .u... ........., r.kk,.. .IIt,,,.... w..
4 IM'I.UMiTO.VS( : ; ( : Smith Green Cove Springs and IIo.pltallast Friday following tl I ,,-.Noe" ,,..".".ka.ew'kwiwwwi. I r.,
Mrs Mcle Selbert. Jackson- lingering Illness. Born In Georgia .'..Own .to .HM ..*... "!IM. nllwt 01! "H"".- rYd

JANUARY ville; and her mother Mrs. on Aug. 18, 1910 he had MADISON STREET I we ens .kit.. -a,. Mrwe "d. h.w. V.I
Emma: Hodges of Starke. lived In Starke for the pest BAPTIST CHURCH t.I I .*..1P HM. |.M. ..I I4 Mp..lK. .., fWIHIftft. t.Z

Mias Sue Douglas Interment was in Oak Grove 30 years He was a patrolmanon Sunday Jan. 24Sunday Q e.. C"oII, baww a we.. 1.. ,Inlb ..tsI.Ii .. D.
Cemetery with arrangementsIn the Starke police force for School! 9:45: ; Morning Worship t w.c I elk' <..$ ..< BULLINGTON'SI'JIErIofRAI'IIV charge, of Brlnkley Funeral many years, and was a mem- at II; Training Union 6:15: ;WMU ;i .w.. Mm .... K .kw. w iMW.... or
ber of the Alrperk Baptist Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening :;
; Home VUcclenny. Church and Bradford Lodge No. Worship, 7:30.: 1

35. F. & A.M.Surviving MondayYouth Choir Practice I mmammsCarl t { il : i I I
f.ifts j 'I heISridv: Will are Ms wife, Ora 7 p.m. I (

TreasureCZERASfc A proud 'father says his boy Mae Jackson Barden; his mother TuesdayMillion Friends, .Jt----:___ __ _____ _ - - -_
knows what it In to work Mrs. Ida: Mae Barden of Girl In Action, Acteens, 3:30:
hard. "All 1 did was buy him Cross City; ; two brothers, An- p.m. RA's 6 p.m.Wednesday .
: TYPEWRITE* the car: he boasts. "Ho drew Barden of Branford and -- Prayer MeetIng "
PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bon4 earned the insurance him. Alex Barden Boston Canada; I Business Meeting, 7:30.: STARKE 66"
Taper' Notebook Filler. r self.:' three sisters Mrs.Minnie Driver Church Choir Practice 8:30.: FLORIDA
SERVICE
arM,."" Cooatr Tetegrap. .. Oldtown; Mrs. Ethel ...,
Owens Lakeland; and Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH \P
- - - - Ruby Starling. Mayo. STARKE .. 1G EST Kill IMuiinN;: I'h. !% I72.HTiic :

Funeral services were held
January 24. Sunday. Sunday I ONTROL ( 'I'm iiiK
at II ajn. Monday In Jones Cj
Pine Valley Congregational Memorial Chapel with Rev. la- School 9:45: Morning Worship! ::--r llflHlliKllI4lillMflltg
cy Conway officiating.: Interment at 11, Sermon: "That Your i qusrn; t0.
was In Crosby Lake Cemetery Joy May Be Full." January Itrnkf Son IreWltrrl

with Masonic rites at the Bible Study Training Union Hurst Phone 961-B111
Holiness Church graveside 8:15: p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Itnlnnre: and

Sermon: "Power for Service". Call St. Stiirke. I Vln.
539!) E. -
.\II 1("n"IIII
Monday January Bible Study,
Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By tit Th. C...... J"i1...1 e..... 7:00 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE for FUKK:: :
Bradford Furniture Corp.-Slarfce FIa. i. ".. .... Br"..rPr ..... c;....,. : p.m.Tuesday Junior Choir GirlsIn Phone 981-57-15 PKOMIT: K0\l SKItVICK:; :
Ip...,... 1. .kIn .'. Hlway" 301 and 100
.. 3:30 Primary and 1./'tllmlll:/' /
Action
C.ee ::0. : p.m.; Inspections All Minor
of Ara B. "' /..tru.'Inti. ItrpnlrH
|< t KitaU Choir Girl in Action; 4:15: tlO S. Temple Starke
Saturday Night Dr-4/' ".. Tn Cr.ai,,,r. January Bible Study 7:00: p.m. 4>I7 N. 'I'.."'I')" .1te. Slnkr
All frulllir.. of the. .P.U': Wednesday, Family Night
.
nf Art P! MtMt. a r <"l U.fI..b"
Supper, 6:00: ;January Bible Study -
731)Spon.ored : / "nrtlf cia luridnd.'rnendi, .
:
ill* .n 8:30: p.m.; Church Choir
whlrh' h"T may li", k.nlnetCnunty BRADFORD
..*,JvAee. of ofric* of ''h. Practice 8:15.Thursday: STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS
fir BriaforilcSSS Church Wide Visitation -
FI",TW 'in the c""rt-
"
Douse fct SU'''.. Flormj. wit'> 7 p.m. SUPPLIES, Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
Grocery
from W.A. Hogan
'In etc! ea'"U l month Pastor
The Gospel Featuring The CotpelM She, ..,. or 'M firM lIu"II.
a lion cop of thereof thle notice w R.. furnishing A. been" ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Featuring Ace Hardware Grocerlen Mcnln l'Vc l I Its/IrrtirlI) :; I.... I'W Your

iMeM nger ..t.ngrAnd .. P0. Poi 12D4. Starke. CHURCH. STARKE
'... (:AH AND Oil .
11114' 1"0111.
srhd. Cie'1TIn or .A.m.ndSmu.t. Father James Cregan pester Complete Paint Supplier a "mg

,he. 'In pier.writing net' reeldrnc..nd'and' mu"< Mate post' Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday and Sporting Goods Jack and <:Jln d I.VM K: Olhort "Mfle ..."...* of lh. claimant' Mail, 10 e.m. Holy Day Man,
_nil imi.' h. .nworn... 'It..* bjr' ,at.h. 1 p.m. U. S. 301 South .- Slmkc 1'11,0, ht"urnurpPRONE '
"",
MR .
l.lmnnt.'
tnmv. "f It will "..nom raid. Confessions- Saturday, 6 With Us Flrar
O teenrain. '" Uj'. ''H.It:1IZ'' : ir.H w. t dill I'h. tui; .ttssi! !
J.""a., ar..ne11. p.m.School of Religion: 219 Washington St. 984-5270:
K. "AAor..: V5r. >C."I'' e' Grade School-- Sunday, 11
Then, singe. will to. Held .". r.l' _'. of Are t. MoIU. er a.m. to 12 noon.

Enth Month. .fli. 11ri**;r"i 1::' ..Mto&tlo 01\ J.nu.rr"U High School Wednesday 7 CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE. laic
to 8 .
.
1-11 H !. p.m.ST.
Owned. Ur Those! We Nerve In Twelve Norlhviint". h'Ioridn'unnlicu "IMplou& Our 1\1..1.l ,,, !il. nrU.r
MARY'S CATHOLIC
Everyone Invited Bib PENS. Ball Point ft*. CHURCHMACCLENNY EI.ctrlcaU-K'1J1tone llelghln-(Phone 473...li ll I
fill. Bradford County T... Sunday Mase, 12 noon.. Holy

graph. Day Mass, 5:30: p.m.
.1

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In (lains REA District I'Meet' Set

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSEKeystone ;
--- Lose 76-44


BronsonSeven Murrhee Asks Re-election
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i Hilites proved to be a lucky

number for the Richard Murrhee, Incumben p.m. In the Middleburg Community Board of Directors from Dlst.
I- Bronson
By C.LOIUA: News Notes l Eagles trustee from District One Clay Center. One for election at the annual
REUFEA1UT Friday night.
Electric Cooperative, announ. Primary purpost of the meet meeting in M PleaRf' Call 473-32: ** or 17.1-1182: i By' Helen Egan( The E a g 1 e a overpowerec ces a district meeting to beheld ing will be to nominate a candidate ho had selected the site of

.. .... Keystone Height's I Indians I Thursday. Feb. 4. at 7:30: for the organization Mlddleburg for the meeting

| WOMAN'S CLUB before a Bronson home crowd since it was near the centerof
Fred
Mrs. Wiles of Clover FELLOWSHIP CLUB
The Executive President'sCouncil Lane. The Fellowship Club held O-Palms will bring the Missionary of 400 fans to gain an easy the district.

met In Ocala on January Mrs. John Puffin! Is homt their covered dish luncheon message of the day, 78-44 non-conference victory for Mrs. Joy Baker Seeks

14 In the "Bird Cage" from Alachua General Hospital meeting at the Lions Club on PERSONALSThis their seventh straight triumphof Murrhee In announcing said that the he meeting wouldbe

coffee shop of Bhelnors. where she underwent tests. Thursday Jan. 14, at 12:30.: and the season.
The annual Honor Scores and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle TIech were members and reporter enjoyed The Electric Trustee a candidate for renomination. -
Thirty-three wishes to share a letter from Indians came on stormingIn Clay Post "I[ feel that during my
plans for the February 19 Art weekend guests of Mrs. John guests enjoyed the sociallblllty Mrs. Mary Holt on the occasion the first quarter but the two terms as trustee from Dlst
Festival at Keystone Heights Jett Mrs. Jett and Mrs. Tlech it's main
of the Club which Is
of of agile Eagle defense I
receiving a copy quickly KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Joy One have gained much valuable
were principal Items of discussion. are sisters. They route of Pres-
Due illness
were en purpose. to
the December Reporter (Key- checked the Keystone offensive Baker will be a candidate for knowledge regarding the
from their home in St, Paul, ident-elect, Mrs. Marlon Dris-
stone) news copy. Her visit The Indians were held to six District 1 trustee of the Cooperative, program overall,
Registration for lunch and Va. to their home In Naples, coll, and Mrs. Mary Wllcos Clay
Is continuing with her several and in better
am a
descriptions of sewing outfits first-Vice being out of town, points hthe second quarter Electric Cooperative at the positionnow
Fla.Mrs. and daughters families. to the membersthan
should be given to Mrs. Fremont Al Nelson has returnedirom second Vice President Mrs. sons is while the Eagles scooted to a district election to be held Feb. represent
She at time of writing at ever before. I have appreciated
Tolles by February 15: Greensboro and was accompanied commanding 42-26 lead by the 4 In "
Vera Lambing presided ant her son Duncan's at 151 Borne Mlddlcburg. The post Is the honor of representing -
Photograph entries must be by Mrs.M.R. Bowen, made the following announce Trail, Serverna Park Md. half. held at present by Richard Mur- the members of Dlst.
framed or matted. Pant suits. a former Keystone resident. ments as to Committee appoint 21146. After a fairly even third rhce. One for the past two terms
If suitable for club wear may Mrs. Bowen will remain for ment: Table arrangements,Robert quarter he Indians faltered and If renomlnated and elect-
be entered In the sewing con- a visit Ferrell chairman,assisted The top two vole getters at
COMMUNITY
CHURCH again In the final period ol ed, I will continue to work as
test.A. by Julius Hanson Robert FAMILY DINNER play and the entire Bronsor that time will have their names rt honestly and effectively as I
luncheon and fashion show GOLF COURSE Lambing and Jouh Kersey; on the ballot !In the election .
The first Family Dinner of bench general know how with the other members
followed the council meeting Congratulations to Jim Ches- Membership, Mrs. Fern Hanson came In to get a piece which will be held "
the Community Church In 1971 of March + of the board, management,
the
action.
Woman's Club slngton for "Hole [In One"on
Keystone a ; Registration, Mrs. Marg will be
held in the Educational 25 here. and personnel In solving theCooperallve's
members attending Mrs. number 5 Jan. 10. lie Center Willie Thomas led the
were on Tracy: Dues Secretary Mrs. a and
Building on January 27 at 6:30: Clay Electric members will problem
Earl Voyles club president used a four wood. Ethel Weyman; Telephone Mrs. John Eagles with seven field goals
p.m. Mrs. Bird's and working[ for continued growth
also elect
trustees for District 9
Mrs. I Kenneth Liggett, Mrs. Mltta Kersey; Chaplain, Mrs. Mrs. Ernest McLean's Circle and one from the foul line for of the organization."
Griffin and John RUBELLA PROGRAM and (Angus Hastings incumbent\.
Ralph Mrs. Ruth Malmgren; Publicity members will be hostesses 15 points. He was followed by
Bird. The Rubella immunizations: Sunshine Mrs. Francis (Olelen) District 8 (fC. N Smith! and a '
this is covered dish Frank Ishie
a dinner at 14., the result
will be given free to all children Egan; Pianist, Mrs. Janet and friends and newcomers of of seven goals.! Center D"srict! 6 trustee to serve the Murrhee said that official notice -
ARBOR DAY from one to ten yearsof Lamm. this community are cordially Billy unexperird two-year term of of the meeting had been
The Woman's: Club contribution age on January 29 at the Game Day committee (fourtt invited :Mayo and forwai,\ Loon Barnes Drew Dukes who died last mailed to the members but

to observance of Arbor Keystone Heights School gym Thursday of each month at)1:30: The regular monthly meeting both contributed) six goals he wished to take this oppor-

Day was a much needed cleanup nasium. All children must have when members playing contri- of the Church Women Ex- apiece in the Bronson winning year.Mrs.. Baker, who Is a member MRS- JOY BAKER tunity to remind them of tho
project of Azalea Park. The permission[ slip from their pas bute a gift prize (wrapped, not ecutive Committee will meetat effort.! of the I February 4 date in Middleburg
volunteers were Mrs. J. Bird. rents. More Information can be to exceed 50c) Mrs. Ethel Wey 1 p.m. on Monday Jan. 25, Forward Tim Horner paced Keystone Heights City prevailed Councilman and to encourage all of themto
Council announced
her Intention upon Guy
C.I.P. Chairman, Mrs. R. Barker obtained from the school post- man was voted to continue to with Mrs. the Indians with six and attend.
Barry Wyman goals
pre to for trustee at the council Livingston Jr. to accept an
run appointment
Mrs. L. Patterson Mrs. office and several other places act as hostess; Axel Malmgren siding. four from the
line for
K. Liggett and Mrs. E.Voyles. In Keystone. will direct the game playing. charity meeting Tuesday night and of- to the position for at
Mrs. Ellis of the Garden Club = Anyone preferring to play GREETINGSThe / IS points. Guard Butch t fcrcd her resignation( as the:'least the next six months "This Is your business and
and Scouts David canasta makeup Bleasdale added seven goals council's the you should take an active partIn
Boy Few bridge or may small community of W. rcprcsontative on Livingston agreed to do so
Stephen Ashton and Mark Kle- One-Act Series their table. Volunteers who Lakevlew Highlands extends a and one foul shot for 15. Clay County Nitura-l G a < rcluctimllx. Siiymg\ Hut! he isDistrict. who represents" you [In the

fer. They are to be commended will!] assist the chairman at the cordial greeting of friendshipto Keystone Heights fell to the already serving JLS tin1'" cuncil's operation of It, the trustee

for the fine[ Job they did( for To Be PresentedBy social[ hour are Mrs. Fern Hanson Mrs. Ruth Hlmes[ and her Bronson jayvecs In a 42-40 The council accepted her I rcpicsontalive on the CUy Conn- said. "If/ your support and vote
the community. Mayor Ray Mrs. Mltta Kersey and skirmish.( is for me !In this behalf I
Park PlayersThe two young daughters on their preliminary from
that and
resignation post ty Development Authority. shall be grateful and
mond Starnes was the guest Robert Lambing. Game day will ever-
moving Into their new homeon Bronson looking for 8.0, will
speaker for the Arbor Day be January 28 at 1:30 In the the shores of Lake Gen- travel to Chieflaml tonight to mindful" of the trust placed In
he
Lions Club A donation me, concluded.
House.
celebration.
Park Players of Clay eva. Her nearest neighbors are face the Indians on their home
County and Jacksonville's Liberty of IOC! 'per member aids in the Pat Loudens, the Ralph cour!. Jolt Youths Fined Charge
SPAGHETTI SUPPER the payment of rent, as does Naples Dr. John the Bud on
Stage troupe are combining Saw KEYSTONE HEir.HTS' (1"! Hurntr
The Woman's Club will sponsor efforts In presenting An the ISC! for luncheon meet Anthonys, the Lewis Leberts Kit l ni.didai., 7.1Or.n.I ..... I J J, Melrose
Joe Petrock's famous spa Evening of Otte-Acta," playing ings on the second Thursday of and the Francis Egans. .elno Total,*.204,II a-44ODONSON wrlnkli I 111 I W.Koi, I 102 Of Destroying State PropertyTwo BoysCharged
ghetti dinner on Saturday Jan. Friday and Saturday Jan 22- each month. Guests and prospective (761> Thorn. 71.11.| llhlt
23 from 5:30: to 7:30 p.m. members are always 7014. Burnt A-0-12. M4yo 4-0-12, John Jacksonville youths who With
23. and 29-30 at the J. Louis ion 41Taylor I 1.711. Btrbtr )11.J l The two were arrested on
Tickets will be sold by club Reynolds Playhouse on Highway welcome. This Fellowship Clubis ar..nIY, l O.J. ToUli' 34-4'74. had been hunting in the Camp Wednesday Dec. 9. by Wildlife -
members In front of the post the continuance of the for- Kvytfont Htiflhtl' 20 6 II 7-44Bronun Blooding Wildlife ManagementArea
16 (east), Green Cove Funds ok'd for Ira II J2-74 officers who said there Santa Fe B&E
.J American Association of fined in County
office building on Wednesday Springs.The mer were Clay haJ UHI", a destruction -
Thursday and Friday Jan. 20, Retired (or otherwise) Chap Court for destruction of State of hunters
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propci; i Oj ,
21, 22. from 8:45: to 9:45: a.m. ter. A club which caters to flood property. at Camp Hlundln, this season. ,1 clrose \ouths--one a
Hostesses for the dlMer will couples and single folk of similar project CAN YOU Phillip J. Manassa Jr., 4231 1'icre' have also !been numerous jiivcill" '-wore arrestedSunday
theatre.IS located !In the b> !Iford ( ounty sheriffs
be Mrs A. Quagllana( Mrs. peerage. The yearly dues Appleton Avenue was sentencedto violations of reflations -
A. Ketch, Mrs. C. Welsnant, old Green Cove Naval Station, are $1 per member. pay a fine of $100 or serve established when National deputies and charged with
Mrs. N. Grayson, Mrs. II. Tra- now Reynolds Industrial Park, New members introducedwere TOP THIS? 30 days for shooting off a lock Guard authorities agreed to set breaking Into two homes in the
the west shore of the St. WASHINGTON, D. C.-Funds Indian Beach section of Lake
on
and Roberts
cy Mrs. W. Keeth and Mrs.J. Mr. Mrs. on a gate at Camp BlaMing
aside [ of the
reservation -
portion
Hanson. Johns River one mile from (Lillle) who live on Bedford for a study by the U. S. Corps "Fishing" at the garbage and drew another sentence of for a wildlife management Santa Fe.WIlliam.

V.S. 17. Curtain time Is 8:30: Lake (Bradford County), Mrs. .of Engineers for a flood control dump? It's actually happening $50 or 30 days for leavinga available a for hunting by McDunlcl., 17, was
FIELD DAYAmerican p.m., with the ticket office open- Della Speed of rural Starke. project In the Black[ Creek Councilman Huntley Redfearn wildlife management area area the charged with entering the homesof
public.
Home Program on Ing at 8.Included. Guests enjoying the fellowship area of Clay County were included Jr. told the Keystone Councilat without checking out lie had Charles K.Snurgeon and Ocle

Tuesday, Jan. 26. Mrs. Lanler were Mrs. J.T. Radford, sisterof In the Omnibus Rivers Its meeting last week. been under bonds totaling $802. The two Jacksonville youths Cox last Saturday night. Deputy

will conduct a tour of the Furniture Corporation in in the one-acts are Jacksonville and came down House of Representatives a new pit at the site and Jerry M. Bludsworth, 4927 a gate and shot off the lock officer said nothing was taken
Starke. two comedies "Crawling Arnold with Mrs. Mary Ekford who is making room for the garbage Tulipwood Road was given $50 to get out of the reservation, from the Cox home but that

Members will meet at the ," by Academy Award win- a member but lives in Jack Homeowners In the area have truck to dump and turn around. or 30 days on a charge of pro- rather than go through a reg- five fishing reels a rod and a
City Hall at 9:30 a.m. Buffet ner Jules Felffer; and ,'.'The sonville. Mrs. Radford has her uttered severe damage The chain across the dump perty destruction, and another ular check-out station. tackle box ware stolen from

luncheon at Holiday Inn Starke,'' Other. Other Woman" Two summer home on one, of the during flood season with roadway and the "No Trespass $SIO) or 30 days on leaving the "Destruction\ of,state proper tile Spurgeon house. The Items

following the end of the tour. plays which won a playwrlting lakes of this area. Congressman Don Fuqua ing" signs mean exactly what management area without ty and disregard[ of .the required were' later recovered.
competition in Jacksonville last Mrs. Goldle Hardln was Mrs. they say the Councilman in- checking out. He had also been regulations could resultIn !McDiniel: Is charged with
ROTARY CLUB spring will be offered by the Zena Schlebe's guest. The having Introduced the legislation sisted. He spent a recent week under bonds totaling $802 and the loss of hunting privileges breaking and entering with Intent -

Al Florl of the Edgar Plastics Liberty Stage a comedy "A Schleves are "back home" fora calling for the stUdy to end watching for trespassers paid the fines rather than serve for everyone" a Game to commit petty larceny
Kaolin Mines in Putnam Drink Before Dinner," and the time, as since Mr. Schlebe's see If the situation can be and violators and they will be time. Department spokesman said. breaking and entering with In-

County gave a talk and discussed temporary college drama retirement, they have enjoyed corrected. prosecuted to help preservethe lent to commit a misdemeanor,
the use of Kaolin In "SPAC". considerable traveling in their dumping area for city taxpayers .. .H. .m. . -..- - - - - and with malicious Injury to
Putnam County. Mr. Florl Travel Trailer and relate some who maintain it, Red- property. He Is lodged In Die

pointed out that most spark Interesting experiences. fearn said. I M TRoS-r---------, county: jail! under l,5iu( bond on
plugs used in "Crawling Arnold"dealewlththe Royal and Esther Schultz arrived "One lady we observed," the each count.
our cars are
made from the Kaolin products hysterical antics of a 30- shortly after the New INDIAN BEACH Councilman continued "was The Jmcnlle, whose case will
produced In Putnam County. year-old man compettting for Year from their wintry home actually using a fishing rod to By Joyce Rowe be handled In Juvenile court,

Edgar Plastics Kaolin Co. attention with atwoyearoldbrother In Sun Prairie Wls.Mr.Schultz cast for sugar sacks with bonus was released In the custodyof
now at the infant's level (Lake Santa Fe) them! She In honor of her 90th birthday his( parents.
has sales of about 1-1/2 mil and Esther Kreuger are brother coupons left on was Final plans for the spaghetti
lion dollars and are "The Other ONerWaman"depicte and sister. Wo are happyto By Michael H. ChItty well-dressed and had a nice- Mrs. Lillle Bush of Jacksonville supper to be held January 25,
constantly making per year products the amusing dilemma of a hear that Esther is slowly Phos 471-1(12 looking car. ." was the weekend guestof were discussed. Tickets will
new man faced with three "other recovering from her Illness Mr. and Mrs. R.D. West- be on sale this week at $1.25
and finding to be
new products woman" two of whop; he has Friends I'm afraid there lent .noreland's great-aunt. Also KEYSTONE
,
made from this clay. Some and hopes to be back with the for adult plates and 75 cents
items made bathroom never seen."SP.C" Club soon. much news at all this week. visiting from Jacksonvlllewere for children plates.Serving will

fixtures, plates now and are:ceremlcs. Following a songfest of old My parents. James and Cricket FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. I Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Conley.Mr. start at 5:30: p.m. Following
Is a timely drama familiar[ songs led by vocalist had to leave Saturday morning and Mrs. Joe Largenand the supper the PTA will meetIn
for Bonlfay to attend the ( OF KEYSTONE I HEIGHTS I children of Jacksonville HEIGHTSDIRECTORY
HERE N' THERE with unrest and campus Mrs. Mary Ekford and Robert the auditorium. Captlan Gar-
Mr. and Mrs. William De- dealing radicals while "A Drink Before Lambing the business meetingwas funeral of our aunt, Mrs. Nan Pastor: Lawrence Carroll | visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gam- wood of the Gainesville-Sheriffs

Neane of Silver Spring Md. Dinner" is a light comedy In order. The Treasurei nie French, of Panama City bill l Sunday. Department will talk to the
were recent of and reported on the current finances Sunday afternoon. Aunt Nannie Sunday School 9:45; Morning It seems we have had quitea members about the drug prob-
guests Mr. duet. which were accepted ant had walked In the valley of Worship at II; Church Train bit of sickness !In Melrose lem In this area. A questionand

then announced that as of January the shadow of death many many ing, 6:30: ; Evening Worship this winter. Besides the regular answer session will follow

14, there are 48 paid up time and would miraculously 7:30.Monday colds and flu several have the talk.
members. come right back. But Saturday -- Youth Music Group been in the hospital.( Also discussed were plans NUHSKHY:

Among the sick folks who morning she went to meet her 7 p.m. Ford liens ley Is home after to end the paper drive and

ONE e r were unable to attend the first maker. I Just praise the Lord, TuesdayGirls In Action, some time In the hospital. take those collected to Jack- O.C. Carnes
meeting were both Houston and she was prepared. Are you? Mission Friends, 3:15.: Harry Jackson Is also homo sonville and see If the pro- Nursery
w; Marion Driscoll; Harrison and We have a little news I can Wednesday-- Hour of Power after a few weeks In the hos- ject has been profitable. Thousands
": Marian Batchelder; and Esther pass along to you. My father (Praver Meetins 7 p.m. A- pital. He Is still not able to of plants
WORD Kreuger. A friendship note with James and cousin Buddy Ellis adult Choir Rehearsal 8. be up and around. DUPLICATE: BRIDGE Fruit Trees-Srmde Trees

all members signing was sent of Gainesville, went to Bon.. Thursday.-Church-widevta- Jimmy Acree, son of Mr. Duplicate Hrldgo winners last Evergreens
i to Mrs. Miriam Slocomb whose stay last Sunday to do some itation, Acteens 3:15.: and Mrs. David Acree, was week were: Tuesday :'01 rs. A.V. Camellias'! & Azaleas
ABOUT husband Bernard has been ser- hunting. But they came back First Baptist approved the rushed to the hospital with severe Bannister and Miss [va IIII1- MOST ALL .IN CANS
olusly ill for some time and Tuesday both of then sick with largest budget in the Church's side pains but after a yet and Mrs. Ray !Meeker and I'LAtiT.,1NY TIME

is a patient In Veteran's [Hospital cold, flu, virus or something history !In the amount of $48- few days of observation he was Mrs. Phil Kromer, tied for 1st
S t tti. +'" in Gainesville. Friends from getting wet hunting. Mother 812.52 for 1971 during the worship sent home. placed; :Sirs W.J. Grollck and Beautiful Hosts -

MONEY I remember them in your pray Granny Copeland and I service this past Sunday Jack Stansel is currently undergoing Mrs. Charles llepUnstall, !'Mrs LandscapingPhone
ers. spent the day !In Gainesville morning. This new budget is tests In the Veteran's Paley Boyd and :Mrs John
last Tuesday. When I went to more than $5,000 higher than Hospital Gainesville. Strewn tied for 2nd; :Mrs. Hill 659-2165
ME LROSEMSON1C meet Otis Melton In Starke last year's. We were saddened to hear
Bartlett and Mrs. Mike: I-alkel,
The following officers were I discovered he had (gone to A special fellowship dinner of the death of A.J. Wither- 3rd place; Mrs. H.A. Kendall 2.1: :Mi. S. S. of Starke on

\ installed at the Open Installation see his sister Joyce Hagen, was held Wednesday eveningfor spoon. The Wltherspoons lived and :Mrs. Kd: l.ongnecker 4th Hwy 100 nt Florahome
Services for relativesand In St. Augustine who proudly church and Sunday School In Melrose for many years. place.
presented him with a niece members and their families. A couple of ,
Invited guests of Melrose years ago they Thursday night winners were: C. E. MeKAV. REALTOR
Masonic Lodge (tin Keystorie Diana Marie Tuesday night.We Rev. Richard E. Roberts, Superintendent decided to move to California Mrs. W.H. Davie and Mrs.W.J.

\. thV .. Heights) on January 9 were: were !In Starke again on Friday of Missions for the to be near their children and Grolick, 1st place; Mr. and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-48U
and I spent the day with Black Creek & St. John's River grandchildren. He suffered
.' Worshipful Master Winton C. a :Mrs Bill Bartlett 2nd place;
\ Keeth; Sr Warden, Hector L. my (grandmother Palma Chltry. Associations was the guest heart attack recently.Mr. Col. and :Mrs. Kalph Stevens Appraisal Service

..fr Ownbey; Jr. W., Homer Slkes; and my aunt Oulda Qulk. speaker and gave an Inspiring and Mrs. R.D.Westmoreland 3rd place; :Sir and :Mrs Raymond The But in Lokefront
Treas., N.W. Hardenberg; Secretary visited us. Bringing up the rear. message on Christian steward and children, Olga and Starncs. 4th place.
A.P. Hallman; S.D., Otis and my grandfather Hu- ship. A delicious dinner prepared Sherman, recently visited their Hornet, Acreages, Rentals
J.C. Weeks; J.D. Ward A. Bes- bery came In Just in. time for by the Church ladlesof daughter Donna, In Houston, ASSOCIATES
sette J.S., Edward Studlvant( supper turkey and all the trimmings Texas
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Brother Otis and I had a was enjoyed. :bier. :\ ,.
< S.S. C.G. Miller; Chaplain;; The law require that the, Irlb.III1..n .3"'ilOc'
t save gloroua time feasting our soulson The Women's Missionary Society JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB
Marshal L. Hanks; and Ty President ad a regular "phy\i, in. J, I'herrl iiiiliiii| 47J4679I
$ ler M.M. Strickland. the Worl of Life Monday. will hold their assocla- The Melrose Junior Woman's cal check-up Other men have I.I J. Kiilililsnn I7.V404ICarr :
The Melrose Lodge meets foi Thursday and Friday nights tional! meeting Thursday, Jan. Club met last week. It was to rely on a nagfjiny ivi/f./ Freshet 47JIOS8RCIT
,t.. Stated Communications on the at the 17th annual Bible Con- 21, at the Bayless Highway Baptist aMounced that Mrs. Laverne .
Second and Fourth Tuesdaysat ference at Trinity; Baptist Church beginning at 9:30: Jones would be the new treasurer -
Church in Jacksonville. The and ending at 11:30. The theme replacing :Mrs. Jeanette
8 in Masonic
Temple.
Keystone p.m. Heights. This Lodge meetings were blessed by messaged will be "Missions In Action". Jacobi, who recently moved ::1he. A 0 t
The surest way to make money is to save! was chartered on January 20, from Evangelist Lester The last service of the James from Melrose. \ 14, *
Roloff and Dr. Jimmy Johnston Robison Crusade held in the Chocolate pollywogs are still Pi \ ,\
1889 In thence It's I'\J
Melrose
: Be secure open a Savings Account at name. and the beautiful musicof Bradford High School Auditorium being sold by the club. They 4' 6" 5 ,. -

Full Service Bank where can take the Csehy Musical Messen in Starke brought the number are 50 cents per box.
our you
COMMUNITY CHURCH gers. Traveling with us and of professions of faith up Because of the declining attendance &

care of all your banking needs. Money The Women of the Church's helping soak up the wonderful to 221. The couselors who at meetings those
organization will hold the Feb- blessings! were Mrs. Regina served during the Crusade are present discussed ways to bols-
doesn't grow on trees, it will grow here! ruary 1 General Meeting at Chitty and son Donnie and Miss now doing follow-up work ter attendance and attract new lliway 21 North Keystone Ills.

12:30: at Park-o-Palms. This Gall Saxon. Thursday night, through visits and phone calls members.

KEYSTONE STATE BANK la a luncheon must meeting be >In and to Mrs.reservations Conaghy Otis' sister and Mr her. Odessa son Floyd Mc-, decisions to the Individuals for Christ,who to encourage made PTA Barbecue. -- Steaks -. Fresh Seafood

Walter Grollck by the 28th. Wilt along with us. We sure them to complete the book- Members of the executive Ruffet Lunch Daily
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Htlcht. *. Fta! phone 473-4081 or your Cir enjoyed seeing many of our let (given to them at the Cru board of the PTA met In the
cle Leader. Friends of other friends at Trinity.; sade. "Your Life In Christ" library Wednesday. Mrs. San- Dining Room Open- 7 a.m.12 p.m.
;: "Your FtrSencttr Bu& churches are cordially invit Till next week may the (good and to encourage them to be dra Copeland told of the plans

In Year Friendly Coauumltr." ed. A guest speaker of note Lord bless and keep you all. faithful In attending the churchof for the Country Music Festival For Tnke-Oul Orders Call Ole AI .173-SN520:
,, who Is >In attendance at Park- (Rom. 16:31)) their preference. to be held February 13.


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24th Annual Dinner MeetIng ..
of the Starke-Bradford I _, :-:--
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County Chamber of Commercewill t CLASSIFIED AD RATES 4 Bsd/OJtn. 2' tJt'.h'! homes I
SKYLINE 1971 JIMMY\ \ MOOHF/S The Glasa Shop
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be held at the Starke Coif r Just complctclyjrcmdalcd l : .

& Country Club Thursday: Jan. Minimum Charts 1,75 MOBILE HOMES;; Easy terms: Licned on. Raal SUN SPORTS
28, at 7:30 p.m. *v (Covers IS words) 100 South For' tnfcrmation call: Clan
officers for 1971 will be 064-7701 trehl BOAT FOR ... .
few 12' x 60' MOORE -
Installed at this time, and out- MIA Each word over 13-'To: 2 Bedroom YOUR MONEY For ;". ""..:.: : i(!" !

going President M.A. Baldwin, SOc Extra! Charge If not $3'995
will turn over the gavel to y r 'e PECANS All CARS nnd TRUCKS
Jr. i i paid In advance Furnished Stnrke Ph. 961-5791
1971 President U.F. Bud) Ml- ,. Installed While-U-Walt

zell, Jr. :Serving with Mizell CLASSIFIED DISPLAY OLIN'S MOBILE Complete Outboard & Custom' Vinyl Auto Tops
during the coming year will be: Mrs. John Dcmptey, chairman of( the 1970 Mothers' Marchof $1.30 Per Inch FCR SALE
Stern Drive Service and
President-elect :M.ixle Carter: Dims Drive, presents Ralph Diggs, 1971 chairman of the HOME SALES 1017 ]tf. Main fJ'ville

Jr.; Vice Presidents William Bradford County March of Dimes, money collected Sunday in :Memorials Rj olutlon Starke. Fla.-100 West Shelled( or 'UnshelJedWH01.ESALE Itepnir. Complete Fiber. T3ilSTlM
Clover and Don 11I11;and Sec re- the Mothers' March. Proclamations! etc -'7e: word Class Repnir. Custom-

tary-Treasurer Brian Hamil With several areas not yet reporting, the mothers collected I CARDS OF THANKSSO COTTAGE PARENTS-MCn: Cottage t RET.II.Pecans built Fiberglass!' Fishing
ton. approximately $500. Mrs Maurice White, captain of the Reno noa t 1.1.
>* Cracked
words .. II te:1.: omJlarrKd
New governors elected to or lets 3,00 pna'at..1(
section, turned In 6533. Mrs. Laurel Jackel l, captain for
serve on the board this year Encli word over 50-'To: couples! and wonwn, Sc lb. _.--
turned
assisted Mrs. Rosi Wolfrcd In
are: George; ; Pierce, Jr.' 1111. Saratoga Heights, by Salary starts $347 per month' > 21-INCH ADMIRAL color!
Brian Hamilton :5 I day week, 8 hour
Everett: $86.48."W per person.
wish to express our appreciation to the Junior Wo C. R. BRADFORD (used" TV:111: new picture HOMESAVAIUBUFOR
Winkler
George liobcrts, Warren FOR day. Promotional opportunities:
/ man's Club for the Mother's March, and to all the SALE Oak and: hard- Stnrke Farmers :Market\ tube Dahmer's Discount. tf .
and Mixlo: Carter, Jr.' sponsoring' -cad: : for fro! plaza SIO State Rctli'' merit.: *!ck leave,
Principal speaker for the affair mothers who participated Mr. Diggs said. strand drlivereil.! : C ntlt vacation, etc Plrasc: : apply in.Iew3n chg
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will be N. Allen I'oblnson' The Little Women's Club of Starke reported they collected tarry O'Nr.l :",'. 104 BgOO.:! tfclig : only .Personnel Oftlc, In'.er'or! '
HOUSE PAINTING
director of mirketlng and tourIsm $42 from the road block set up Saturday at the corner of US-301 Stnland Cr.....:r. G igiusv.li with Hie I lorldi I Department and Madison Street for the March of Dimes. FAST TV & STEREO RE. Fla. An equal opportunity: ems extrrlor. by contract or hur- YOUR LOT
of LlJm'TIcrce.'r: Kob- PAIR. Free: pick-up.: city ployer. tfchg LEW'S ly. Reason-nils: rates! first

inson Is an outstanding speaker Brown was charged b> the baits: Dahincr's DUsouattfchg:\ .. I clays: w-31-kmnmhlp.: Contact
and has appeared at manystate 4 Wrecks trooper will) failure to have 0' : : ,,' WELDING SHOP Ronnie Roberts: Mcodny-Pi'l- $3,500
7 4:30 phone 431-112(1.(
conventions and seminars his! vehicle under control. Hall day to :

as a panelist. He will have an (font'd from I'". J CI : was charged with driving under WANTED Hou.13:: full of fur. MARY Whi'leol'ln Pines Mo- NlRhts! nnd weekends Phone
Interesting and Informative the influence of alcohol. n'luvc' ; p.ty cash D Ihm r's :el US 301 S. Phone 43M7fifl._4M"g 1-78-71!

message: for all. D!":otlnt,_ Itch! 96 t. 2J2: WILL KEEP CHILDREN IN 1600 1 FT.
Dinner will be served at 7:3D: I urd. coach Clime up behind A similar collision occurred S4
and m isle will be provided by lull's I ford falcon and the Wednesday, .Jan. 13. 4.4 miles Southern Marine CARTER UTILITY TRAILERS my licm!?. nivllme.: Monday
thc l.'iy: I'arrlsli bind Tickets two cars: collided when' Mro.vn south of Marke on I S-301 whenan HUILT th'i-ii; F"le\" :.'. All nscs. Best of OF

:at S.:S; per person ale available failed I h,) break, his sped inUrn automobile: pulled out a- Moved To Gainesville CUSTOM care. Phone: !X4-B5I2.! !
:at the f nlumber office andrescrv.'ilioiiN ':, according to I lorlda round a tanker truck stopped for :New-: NameGainesville PAINTSNEW GAS AND ELECTRIC _1-2H-71 LIVING AREA
mat be made bj eiillIm IIhhwJ l:: I'utiolmnn: S..I', Bur-! a t railroad track. Uoth cars WELD'Xr) : BRAZING
m 'ir,4-527H.; '', nel 1. were headed south. MarineLYNN JII'mTIET.I.:\ FOR SALE Nc.v bpp!< or
blcsk ham:; o'i y.T'r' Itti'd.: : No
: II 0\'III.TONU': R. TRAILER HITCHES CALLSLADE
Three persons> were shaken ITEMS mansy: :! dov n. A*, lew\ ni n.1.00
up and complained of pain I rl- Johnson :Melons Cobra Boats INSTALLED per:! month. Yourj AwrlraCcvp.

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home day, .Ian.' I 15:;, when a collision Marine Supplies WALL PAPER of Florld.iMM-7-ir! <) or .
occurred on S-301 south of 1030 E. University: Ave. !9M-.1I3R.!\ 4t., 2-4-71
Starke as one vehicle pulled Galne'.vv11eWANTED Unpainted Furniture
into the left lane of the southbound FOR SALE-Bhto meld flake
STARKE traffic lanes to pass LISTINGS Wood Graining Kit NOTICE Bench:\ Buccy.;: : innn! VW ..:d.m HOME

another car. On Home* And Acreage Buyers Chassis 700 Brldjrs, St. !%l74il l-
I'llNI( I.: !/lfi".fi; ; OoKEYSTONE ) K-80 Paint Remover (;! 4tp 2-4-71
Waiting. trout Realty Keg. _
StarUe and Keystone
two 1 Starke residents \were : SERVICES
Broker: 2117 N. Temple Ave. i
released from HOI\( Customers MADE
treated and Houses WashedI Heights area CUSTOM drapr-rlos.(
ph. fmj-ficna StArk! Fla.
HEIGHTS Saturday morning, Jan. 16, after (labor) $2.00 and up. Slipcov!

their plck-' ", trucks collided For all your Real Estate awn :Mowers\ For Rent Hastings Mattress era: $12.50 r.nd up (labor) Ph
!PI 111)Nl I ): I: I l75-tl7S: : I head-on and they roundeda !Nrf.lvDuy' Sell El flR4-2.-)!)R. 4tp 24.71 For Information i
the Sampson 102 EAST BROWNLEE and Upholstery
on
blind curve change<< AppralviK Expert Call Jacksonville:
Cip l-'oiid: four miles south REDUCE -exC' '!s Quid w'th'
Advice all
of SUikc.A Estate Problem on Real STREET 710 !St." JI)1'nll Ave.PALATKA PLUIDEX $l.f.9! -L7W WlRht''' .. Collect

.,: ;:: : : :' !:;:f!:!'::::::':; :,; :j::::i: WL 1UG7; I'ord truck driven Call Snfcly with Drx-A-Dtet, !Inc 84
l: 1: :::: :!:!:::;: ;:!::!:!:!:;:: !:;:- ;::. : :: :: :: H HILL POWELL
\>\ Hilly Gordon; CJrlffls, 30, Wiui-, I- at Mltrhn'1'a' Dnig" Zip 1.21
Reg.<< Real Estate Broker

---NOTICE- mt Starke 1967 I'ord collided truck driven with another by t ice Phone 964-6464 FOR RENT12' wide, 2 be:]. Is Open AgainI WANTED La'jor cxssrijnce . . . ..
George Thornton, 36, Starke. Slarke Plaza SUrke room trailer: : ou tilde city In lnstsll')7: ::) poultry: \ oq"lp-"
\\j\\\\\\\\\\ Treated at HC'H were \ IclQ'Grima tfchg> limits J. B. White. 961-6114. 'URNiTITItE Tnrr.t. P'!">y $1.7.,;' hr Make ni

The GED Examinations Will Be 12, and Thornton. Crlf- tfchgBARRETT Repaired Refinis'hedRenpliolslercd! many hsuvs, as you -want.Dixla .

\ tie and Hershcl Waldron, 15, Poultry.. Marie" Sinford! 0
Administered During the Week of j\\/j\/ were shaken up In the crash filler BrownVolkswagen I M"", qR4-7''' tfl'hq
.,
NEW :MATTRESSES\ .
J." l jlj but were not treated.No "
FOR SAM! :.1! bcdrcom: house
filed
by
FEBRUARY 8th.THRU 12th, 1971 mm Trooper:; charges"K.G. Etheridge.were Water Condition. FREE ESTIMATES: 2 baths! Fnmllv rrcti. Lircs: SAVE

,...
:;; Call Collect 32 .2111 covncr( : lot. Call !064-77(17( after

LAST'DAY TO REGISTER ;t\i\ .. .. ing and Pump Co. 5 pm. 2tn 1-21-71 YOUR

WIU liE JANUARY 29 1971 ::;H CLOVERELECTRIC 13d Court Street FOR RENT TIVD\ : ,bedroom: SOLES ,

.. hsme In e-ntry c.i one aero IN THE
Phone 961.5832PLUMBING ---- -- -- -=
New' 4 Used t.fJ). Of' liml. 004.R.IlI.)_Up
Time the.GED Will be Given: ;: Sale. "nice '
WANTADS
;:' Complete Repair 'I SEW tG! FOR S.oLET1rcl! bcdrojms,
: North ., 2 Baht! wth: FIo"10t: Rom
)lond1 Thru 'rhur.day,1:00 3:00: P.M.. ..., ServiceWIRING.HEA 1 MI. TIT Man
'::: !: Water Conditioners and cnrlos"rt gauze nnl: recent BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
-ryf I y G.uN1SVJLLECARL IMMNTEM* .I.....IMMiMt, .
3:00: .t.6:00: P.M.: nnd 7:00 10:00: P.M. TlNG and Pumps MACHINESale p'nt! j Jr'j mi''CM this cne

AIR CONDITIONING WELL DRILLING of the nicest buy* In Stnikc.Rjftfsnn'ble ,
Friday. 8:00: A.M.: 3:30: P .. 24 IIOURS
.. PFAFF NECCIII with 8 :34 Tat, on halanc1: '

$8.50 i 9648835How'd Repair Department New Home CJose! In w'lh' pavement: A, J,
Fee for GED Complete Battery : BEGGS
24 Hour Service Universal Thomas Realtor: Tel. 964-5701;

and $2.50 for each test. jjtj .. Gulf Service $49:50 up tfchg JackswwilleBusiness

t'SED PARTS A, J. Th linns. Rcclst-jred\ Real TREATING DEPT. training,
Parts & Repairs on
\
Bradford Union AreaVocational ,i j j1\1 Top Prices for Wrecked Car Estate Brckr, Specializing !in all other Make ;Machine S2.40, pr hr. :ntart.ns. rate
",':,',. :;;;';:: 7010'05Ide 21 Hour Wrecker Apprni'ols for Estates, Ind!. Train daytime for n'.nht'! shift|
: Service
:::;:::;: 1 Technical: 1 Center :::;:;:: vidualo a"-S.:\ Corporate Owner *- with:' shift! Hffc'entlal.( Mast be!

::! :r 609 N. ORANGE STREET ::1:::::1 Fuel Oil A!.o rwwrl:: real
666 Visit, Can Iness. Thirty Years oxpsrienceIn mentary m"Ih. All CorrrinyApfly
Florlrti! Inr.d:! matters. Tel. 1ncm", .e- ""Ihcr Wo-d
: : ( : :
Ave. Directory
Univ.
1:1:1:1:1:1 Hwy. 301 N. W ldo 611 W.
;:::::::::::::;:'::::;;::!::::1:1::>1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:11:1;!:!::::::::::::;::;:;[:::!::':::::::::W1j:::::jijj:::::;:jjfj1;: ;::;::1:1j:1j::::: 468-1998 964II\ Svirkn, Flri"'a tt ch? I 378-1335 Prcaervlnr:! C>.., Baltl.vin. Son:
i A M-4-ne P.M 2tehir 1-18
WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
e Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake EUNICE: NURSERY: Auto Sales and Service

ro- 1 SEWING MACHINE\ Cleaned. Inlet. Ideal For Mobile: Homes Persimmon' p' a>", plum nectarine

oiled and adjusted In your Summer Cottage Or Year- fruit fees. Shade Parrish MotorsSALES
home. SUM. Vacuum clearer Round Llvlnf.: trees bljcV: rrlei ornamon-'
o repairs also. AH work ruirante.f All Ltt Ready: To Go Clear PUMPSNEW tal shrubs 2 rnl' K N of Lswr-

: Dennis E. Coggn| Phone ed. Graded & Leveled. fry on :3fll, turn left at !lllIn
you like 43M428 If he Priced From $995.00. FlnaAclrn AND USED Ph->r, 7A .341\\\\, 11ch" SERVICE
I I Available. can 9B4-7701. PARTS
to FOR RENT One tr.l'*rsrc. FOR SALE-fiO.OOO BTU auto-
put some money : .:. On.:! La-ge store FOR SALE: Treated: and us. SOLES malls: nan wall\ furnace' ,

I ? shed! : one r.-.;: \\nle: shop: one treated pine and Tress lum PARTS elites dry'1', Hcefrlc! : r"nKe, Always Good Used Can
into a sure thing i trurchsuse 'en: 301 South of ber. ranc'om: : width and lenj'h. SERVICE (,:ubl bed twin! bed All ail Laura St. Ph. 35S5S54

Srarke. Call Mutual 1 Lumber: crlO!:>tel: poles, railroad cross Deep and Shallow Wells it.rr' Ill". nr-v, 1fi4.BqO, Up
Lie. 964-7490 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. t'.es: 1" back! pips! for welding Water Softeners and ELECTRIC MOTORS
,, tfchg ;, varlo shop equ';>mnt. WANTED EXPERIENCED al!-
I II IYou reldars, etc. Mutual: Lumber! FiltersPlumbing cur'"I typlRt: perman'nt.

I SUPER STICK VlnyJ' Plutle Company: Inc 6 miles scuth H:Jr.. a'raneed. K'nif' ley Lake PEAVY Brothers
Letters. ill sizes. color Permanent on 301. Phots 9647490. Call Supplies Rt 1 Bsx:! :361. Tslepnons! 5.132ini. -

tar: use on wood glass ,between 8:00: A.M. and 4:00: : ._ Itp Electric Co.,
EXPERT SERVICE OX
plsst'e.! paper! metal leather PM. tfeh.T
ANYTHING' I Bradford County ALL :MAKES FOR REm'Fu"r'h: andcnfurn'nh'd Electric Motors
Telegraph. tf 1sWE DON'!' HATE FTw PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE apartment: !, !road
MI eel It for you Office location: close In. W H. Noll- Sold Serviced RepairedGenerators

WATSON'SHouse Supplier, Furniture Equip man tfchj Starters ArmatureRewinding

ment. -. Bradford CountyTeleirripb. PUMP:\ & SUPPLY CO. FOR SALE Used: L'lmbcr-' !! 4044 Lenox Jax, 387-2523
f
of Vacuum Framing sldlnT: fcorlnit,
ll'.i. and tome: plywocJ.: Ceo.
PIANOS;
Many brands of new vacuum
BAIRD MEN !NEEDED' rat Rlek! IM-SIM.\ tIp
$3900 u;?. Used machines from _
\ *10. Expert R pan! sU make Mobile Homes Ty; drive Semi:! Tractor Trail WANT TO RENT-larjj roomor YAMAHA .PIANOS

Parts and Accessories! for all NEW and USED era local and ovr the read. garnr for !string furnl- CONN and KIMBALL
I vacuums. Built In Central vac Experieac! not rucessary.Earning tur", 4tl-1127. .Up ORGANS
uum cleaning systems 712 N, 8.10.12' Wide : potential! $10.500 f>
_M ln. Chlrf'1le| 37 ."I1IJ Oal.eevlllaGood $16.000 par year after t'hsrttra'nlng. : SPRAYING: Pecans trees for
For a?F:!:cat:ion and: moss. Prleei you can affsrJ.
Quality
lose cent. Your principal Is protected
can't a
CLASP ENVELOPES all Il1tercaD 904-38M607. 468-1383 after
or 5:00
: p.m. B'X'Tit
sound bank management and an agency Reasonably Priced
of by the U.S. Government. and your returnIs o tltei.. Bradford County Tel- ,ultA villc' D. T. Dept. Wu'lo.' 32fi">4. 4fp 2.11
". Gainesville 378.2785
-
'ran 1718 N. McDuff Ave. Jacksonville
at the highest rate in years. What are we talking about? MOBILE
HOME 2
Serviced. Guaranteed and Florida. 3220S. en hts air
,
I Our savings accounts. Being bankers we don't like 0 INTERSTATE MOBILE: Rome Delivered In Slarke Area 2tch, 1-28 ccni'tlorsd.: : completely fur."
to call them a steal, but you can't beat them for a moving In FT*. Call 964-MO. NO EXTRA COST r-'sh-'d, M mils east of Lake
sure thing. Com in today and get yourself in on ona.
tfehg FOR RENT 3 room IpUt- Geneva Pst Office on Hwy.
tIS 441 N. 4SOS NW UUIfJal".m.
ment. 127 Lafayette St. Phone: : Inn, 471-4575.: 4tp 2-11 K1MI1ALL "SWINGER"OHGANS
FOR SALE Narthsrn: :Bob! nn-vm 1 964-5951. 2tchg _

White quail: eest! breeisri. WANTED M str comtoIczy -
10 Tennessee Reds 4 POSTED SIGNS: Treated to FOR SALE New bookcases Roosevelt Mail-J88-SSJ*
: Blonde withstand weather 200 operator: :! full time or
RIDAMember Corf.-ilx & Bu ton.E. R. Bow. each metal slightly\ damaged See part time '
13.29 don Special price lUlu AD!] Bonn!"'i """"'
era, Rt. 1 Box 208. Branford quantities. Bradford on County- George Ricks. 9645184. lip Hair Stylist 964.8200 or 964- \ WESTERN STORE
n*. 32008. Ph. 93S2185.Bt7hT. \ 7' '4. 2>o i.jfl -
Tel'+fraph. tf
: 1-M
INSURANCE FOR RENT two bedroom! LITTLE DUDE
FOR SALE New brick, 3 AT REDUCED RATa SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic pertly furnished h-use. Con-

bed-om 2 baths. living room AUTO FIRE. BOAT Letters, all slits, color*. Perm- wnl ntly Isjntfi.. : Phone 964707 Western Store

1 Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.. o dining FHA' roem. family room. DOTLE E. CONNER nent.. for use on wood, glass, ".ft.s o'r-i-Mc nm. it
or Conventional" FlnancInf. !
tissue, metal
INSURANCE AGENCY paper leather.

One of 30 Bank of the Florid National Grow Phone. Contact 984-6780.! Buford P.O. Box Mitchell.: :: :338!: W Tdegrkph.ANYTHTNai Bradford County' PAPER> E7FRASF.Mime.TYPEWRITER. Paner. Bong 'Western_.food tad Clothing die* and- Trailer La&tller-
tf
t Start tfcht t Paper.. Notebook Filler. ; ClMriea A. Sharon Patty

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