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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 28, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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9 j House Subcommittee on .. 1 avr"o. onally across a map of
t tr ,r t AII Corrections, chaired by 1D Bradford County throughthe
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Speaker Pro Tern Gene Shaw, "
Santa Fe Swamp be-
will hold public Feb. 6'
hearings.
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P t y 24-27, on Florida's penal sy- nun own fr Mil rr w tween Hampton and Ther-
stem. essa "shook up" county
eano. 11. and officials attend
city
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; meetings will center a- :C

tln round the Lake Butler and RaI- t QO JQ r d P ing a Wednesday morning
ford facilities with the com- "b' ran -J session with Departmentof

mittee also visiting Girls n r.. brn,, Transportation officials
s w. Training School in Cicala, Shaw 1 rr t rewn.
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said. "" k .n "D ea concerning a 20-year pro-

Bastclally. he added the committee qy,00 I a qn I jection of road and land-
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Intends to analyze the 7rir I VILLE. 71 ,,,,,-,_, use studies to the year
entire penal system from adult 1990.
corrections to youth services to M DD X/ p: rnm" sloths urtl

probation and parole. County; Commissioner Zedra

"The legislature has negloc- : Hamilton was the first to pop
ted the question, "What's that blue
our prisons, Shaw said,
"
"But I believe that most mem- Dotted line denotes DOT'S proposed major artery connecting line'? when confronted with a
4un bers are committed to making Gainesville and Jacksonville but Starke. multi-colored map showing
key, dwyrQfn major changes In the penal by-passing Bradford's present and future
this road network, broken down Into -
system ;year
classifications of major and
"We must upgrade every- minor artcrlals, major and minor -
y rrJl thing from our buildings to our "collector" roads, and local -
rhGov. employees' pay scales," Shaw Hesitate roads.
declared. Why
F "It's a connecting link between -
The subcommittee will make
1-75 north of Gainesvilleto
j brief tours of the major Institutions -
1-295 southwest of Jacksonville -
but will concentrateon "
T'- explained Warren Mac-
,. talking to prison employeesand Mrs. La ron, long range planning engineer -
Johns
to some prisoners In attempting -
Rubin Askew samples a piece of bread In the prison cafeteria on his tour to find out what can with the DOT.

of Raiford facilities last Friday. On his right is Dr. James Box, head of the Dept. be done to Improve present "And look what It does to

of Rehabilitative Services, and on his left Is Louie Wainwright, head of the Division of conditions. Starke!" protested Mayor Carl
Correction Shaw said that during March, Burst "We'd be by-passed just
at a time to be set later, the Asks Council"I like Hampton when they rerouted -
committee will visit the Mari- 301 around the town."

IN WHIRLWIND TOURGovernor anna School for Bovs and will Almost to a man, city; and
hold hearings In Tallahasseeat county officials let DOT representatives -
which time the Director of think It's time for the 19GG. They totaled about $2.5 know they tooka
the Division of Corrections and citizens to get up and fight million and saw a new city dim view of any so-called
Ms staff will be Invited to address for the most Important asset sewer plant constructed and "short cut" from Jacksonvilleto /
Verifys the committee. At that we have," says Mrs. Ruby the power plant expanded anda Gainesville that would miss
time the subcommittee also Intends Johns, former city council new 1,750 kilowatt generator .Starke by six or eight miles.

to take 'an In-depth look chairman.The installed. "Service and
stations other
at Florida's probation and parole veteran city; official, al- "So far It has been profit- travel-oriented buslncssed
system, Shaw said. ..ays a strong supporter of the able to own our light and utili- on
301 would be dropping off like
Prison] Conditions "Recent newspaper stories power plant and the city; recreation ty systems. We have more ser files if that ever happens,"
department, says she vices paid from revenue from
especially an article writtenby Mayor Hurst declared.
utilities than cities
Circuit cannot understand at all why our many
Judge Richard
Kellyof offer." Mrs. Johns "Wouldn't four-lanlng 301
I the present city council mem- states.
Dade (who
City had himself
Using his long legs to good tire tour of Raiford by aides 250 men and got what appearedto kew chewed at the piece of locked ;in at Raiford State- bers are hesitating to expandthe "We've never had to defaulton from Waldo to Gainesville serve"
advantage, Gov. Reubin Askew and state officials. be a typical picture of too bread until he devoured all of Prison for three days and two power plant to meet( the demands a payment. Whenever the practically the same purpose'
led an entourage of about 25 His ear was occupied for many prisoners crowded Into nights In December) points out of the city; for electric power plant can pay for itself Commissioner Ralph Bryan
state officials, aides, reporters the most part by young Dr. too little space. There Is only It.The prison hospital at Rai- some of the fallings of our power. and we can continue to expandIt asked, and received an affirmative -
and television cameramen James Bax secretary of the one guard for such a floor ford revealed the same crowded penal system," Shaw noted. "We know when we were there I say go ahead. nod from a DOT representative -
through the state prison com- Department of Health and Re- Assistant Supt. R.V. (BobbyS) conditions as other sectionsof "While the Legislature Is big that's what had to be done," "If the demand stops Increasing .
plex at Raiford and Lake Butler habilitative Services, and Louie Turner said, and at meal timesIt the prison. Four men occupied anough to admit Its mistakesIn says Mrs. Johns, who servedon then the council can not "Please remember" this Is
I Friday. Lee Wainwrlght director of is necessary for that guardto rooms built for two pa- the past, It is also respon- the council from 1955 to order the next engine," !Mrs. only a projection, said I.1 I.Fcarnside
I The newly elected governor the Division of Corrections.The leave the floor. tients.A sive enough to correct them 1967. Mrs. Johns was on the Johns states."Wouldn't. last: Florida Regional -
l I obviously knew what he was Conditions in the rock appeared target of columnist Jack for the future. That Is our aim council when the past two bond we be In a pickleif Engineer with the DOTLake
looking for, apparently having entire hour and a half at their best in the Anderson, the hospital was builtas In the April 1971 Session" issues were passed In 1964 and the present plant could sup City; office. "There Is
been well briefed in advanceof at Raiford was spent hustling nothing firm about it, and per-
I spacious appearing cafeteria a WPA work project In the ply all our needs from now on'What
down dead-end corridor
the prison's crowded conditions one wouldwe the road could be rerouted -
where the governors sampledthe 30's. There is some new X-ray kind of situation haps
then to back hurriedlyout
e I and antiquated medical having prison version of Welch equipment at the prison withno be in then'!" to come through Starko
I facilities. Those were the things as the governor chargedto rarebit and some collard place to be Installed, prison Starke is one of a few townsin it if is ever built."
I he observed Friday along with the next crowded place.It greens, but didn't get aroundto officials said. 6 Arraigned the state of its size that "That's a good Idea," Bryan
I a visit to cafeteria In the main wasn't until Gov. Askew the lima beans or the piece Contrary to Anderson's report has Its own power plant. Asa agreed. "Then maybe you could
prison where he gave passing had toured of also the As- result taxes In Starke
the new prison reception cake on menu. the hospital Friday appeared are build us an overpass so we
I grades to a piece of prison center at Lake Butler to be clean and well lower, Mrs. Johns points out. can get from one side of town
I made bread and sampled the that he stopped to give the kept. None of the patients spokeup Charges for electricity are to the other when a freight
menu. I public his views of the situa- to complain of neglect or In higher than private firms Mrs. train blocks all thecrosdngs."
No time was given newsmenfor WarmUpExpected mistreatment.The Felony Johns admits saying she would-
questions during the hour tion.Before a TV camera set up n't want to see those rates go Commissioner Hamilton said
; and a half Gov. Askew spentat at the reception center, Gov. governor already had the 20-year projection looked
Raiford. His tour of the Askew advocated community; been supplied with date showing I up.But she Is quick to point good to him "If you'll just
East Unit and the main prison penal Institutions( rather than the budget permits only $4 a rlllases out that the so-called high light take off that blue line."
Here
"The Rock," was takenup another large prison such as day for prison patients as compared bill helps support the fire, police It was unofficially estimated
entirely at the same snap- Raiford to deal with Florida's By FridayBradford's to $60-$90( In civilian j and recreation departments that only about ten minutes
py pace the governor set from booming felon population. hospitals. Not a single regis- to pay for low water would be saved between Jack-
the beginning. Askew was closely tered nurse is authorized. Sur- charged with rates and free garbage pickup, sonville and Gainesville as
Askew also told Louie Wain- low humidity Police
present Department In
surrounded during his enGoton gery is being performed with- rt\lefendants arraigned\ in cas e to heop pave streets and side- compared with the present route
wright that speedier parole of and winds Ideal which Cowart
; are con- out surgical was being arrested -
qualified nurses Court walks. utilizing 301 and I-10.
prisoners would be one way ditlonu for burning and that'sbod ;. during ibr a misdemeanor
and doctors have almost noprofesslonai4support '
In 1970 about $79.000
to Immediately Improve con- to the Florida For- Judge Theron A.Yawa's monthly was The POT representatives acknowledged -
ditions. news staff. plea cay seaiion Tuesday. Fred Blocker, 46, Starke, was transferred from the power the) had also had
(! Service
est fire fighters.
J" Declining to listen to Wain- "Very much Inadequate," arraigned on two felony char- plant revenue to the city general some protest rumblings from
wright's offer of an explana- Fire danger warnings are out Gov. Askew said of the medI- Jack Edwards Eaves, 26, Rt. ges; assault with intent tomur- gund. Under the '66 bond ord- Gainesville; Interests which
< dtwtAnnual tion of the operation of the today (Thursday) with the pre- 1 Box 43A, Starke, asked fora der and carrying a concealed inance an equal amount of the would also be by-passed by tike
prison, the governor made it dicted fair conditions and no (Continued on Page 4) preliminary hearing charges weapon. lie has been released power plant surplus must also projected route.
plain he wanted to look at the rain expected with humidity!; of aggravated assault. The from the Bradford County Jailon be transferred into a renewal The "blue line" road was
0 problem areas of the state down to 25 per cent and a charge stems from a Dec. 23 bonds totaling2,000. Blocker and replacement fund Those the only major primary con-
penal Institution. northeast wind ranging from 1,435 Get fracas at the B&G Truck Stop. requested a preliminary monies can be used by the city struction projected for this
In a whirlwind walking tour 8-13 mph. Eaves Is charged with attackIng hearing and the public defenderwas for upkeep or additions to the county from now to 1990.
Low temperature predicted Johnny Bates of Brownlee appointed for his defense. various city utilities.
of the prison at Raiford where The planning group's city;
3,487 inmates exceed by near- tonight Is 28 degrees after a Free FoodsIn Road with a knife, accordingto Blocker is charged on an This year, for Instance, most map, worked out In cooperation
ly 1,000 the 2,500 for which high of 58 degrees.The the Bradford Sheriffs Department affidavit signed by David Mad- of the R&R reserve moniesare with city officials, showed a

the facility; was planned, Gov. four-day outlook begin- ley on Jan. 25. According to being used on the city's new paved road to be an extensIon -
Askew viewed typical; cells In ning Friday Is for warmer tem JanuaryBradford the Sheriffs Department, the expense in moving utility; linesIn of Colley Road at a
Dinner Meeting the East Unit the maximum peratures and slightly higher Marion Thomas Lee, Law assault charge stems from a the repaving and wideningof point on SR-230 at the hos-
security; unit of the prison humidity; according to the For- tey, requested a preliminary Jan. 23 Incident In which Blocker SR-16. pital, extending north to Intersect -
Chamber guarded by snarling dogs. est Service Headquarters on County's; commodity hearing on aggravated assault fired at and missed I lad- !Mrs. .Johns' also says the with the east end of
SR-100 west of Starke. Littleor ; food program aided 1,435 charges stemming from an attack -
ley with a .22 caliber pistolIn City of Starke has more paved Thomas Street (near the new
of CommerceThurs. One of the first problems no rainfall Is expected, how- persons this month, 100 more on a Lawtey woman. Judge the Steeper Cafe In Lincoln streets and more sidewalks than housing development) and north
Askew hit was the overflow ever. than were eligible to receivethe Yawn assigned the public defender -
City. cities of the
most size
same tol Old Lawtey Road. Pavingwas
.; Jan. 28 from death row. There are only Ten fires burned 89 acres surplus foods In January as Lee's defense counsel Blocker was recently released with which she Is famallar. also Included for Market
1:30: P.M.Stark 36 cells on death row but there in the week from Jan. 20- 1970, according to Mrs. Betty; from the Florida State
(Road (west) from I!.S, 301 to
are 74 Inmates sentenced to "You call it light bill--
27. Five of the blazes were Bennett, director of the pro- Earl Jenkins, Reno resident Prison at Raiford where he your
Golf the death penalty; and they overflow apparently deliberately set, the gram. charged with carrying a con- served two years for assault and look what you get for It, SH Local 16. officials also got In a

And Country Club onto another wing. Forest Service says. Two were 1,477 persons were eligible cealed firearm requested a preliminary with Intent to murder, accord- "And you can turn off your plug for four-lanlng 301 from
The governor stopped to shake railroad fires, one of which to receive the surplus foods hearing and was assigned ing to Chief Deputy Sheriff lights anytime you want to," Baldwin to Callahan, and DOT
For Reservations hands with Dennis Whitney. 27, burned 36 acres. Three were this month, but 42 didn't pick the public defender as Deputy Dolph Reddish. the former council chairman representatives agreed this wasa
Phone 904-5278 the dean on death row. Whitneyhas started by residents burning up food, Mrs. Bennett says. defense rouse!I. The charge was Three mlsdemeano r cases points out. needed project.
the honorary title of"dean"of debris. 1,335 persons were eligible In made by the Starke Police De- were placed on the county; court Mrs. Johns also takes a dim They also agreed that Starke

(!Je <1' death row, he has lived Rainfall average .13 Inches January 1970, she says. pertinent trial docket Tuesday when defendants view of the city; buying power needed some means of getting
Ift.n"tH there since July I 1,1960. during the week. The New Riv- There Is no prospect that Dennis Carter, Speedvllle pleaded Innocent when from a private firm. She is from one side of town to the
er fire tower reported .3 Inches Bradford County; will be in the resident charged with aggravated arraigned before Judge Yawn. strong In her belief that the other when lengthy freight
"How do you do, Governor, and the Louis Hill towerat assault on Louis Nelson City of Starke will be better
;
t4t'.dn\ said and food stamp business the fore- Steven Lamar Whitehead trains block every crossing In
Whitney he shook hands as through Askew the Lawtey .1 Inches. The Santa seeable future, due to a lack requested a preliminary hear- pleaded not guilty; to unlawful off as long as It can produceits the city; for long periods of

"""'* t..... bars. Fe tower reported only a trace. of funding for that program, ing.Stephen Cowart speed. Angelo Arthur Altomarl own power, a view givento time. An overpass would be
for but Mrs. Bennett says. All Florida Wayne 22, pleaded not guilty; to an Improper the city; council two weeks' the only solution, the DOT officials -
v.z.tr /r Cell built ( six men County; average rainfall to Starke, requested a preliminary Electrical
b / counties were notified they change of course, and ago by Engineer Ed said and agreed to give
which now house 10 were shown date this month Is 3.72 Inches, hearing of
1--- on a charge resisting Wilson.
.grry. the governor. In "The Ro<:k" however. The 50-year averagefor would be expected to start the arrest with violence. The Will (Harris for operating a the matter further study

he saw two floors which house January Is 4.33 Inches. (Continued on Page 4) charge stems from a Starke (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on Page 4)JHi







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horn
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Luclle Davie and G.G.
Wrenshall were winning couple -

Bridge, North-South, at Duplicate Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Johna I NOTICE
Tuesday night where :
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there were seven tables In play. announce the birth of gem
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and Leonard Scott: born Jan. 17
Miss Norma Canova were) sec: In the Alachua General Hos Due the rapidly Increasing costs of production.
Gladys) Moot?! Phone tl4-7_ ond. pits Maternal grandparentsar The 'hIe aph finds it necessary to
East-West winners were Mrs. Mrs. Dot Porch of Ocala I nominal charge for the use of photoi
tltute d
Society Editor J.D. Odom Jr. and Mrs. and William. Powell of Stark "" "
e George for announcements and engagements on
Miller Paternal grandfather Is L.T. graphs) ,
first and Curtis Sanders rate will apply;
The following
Johns.
our society pases.
and Jim Curington, second.: I
,1wI '1R1.,. & 1b"_,. ._ The club meets Tuesday Mk '
-- --- -v-- every -
,., night at 7:30 p.m. In the Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hig. I I
.... Pratt Street Recreation Cen gInbotham of Lawtey announce ONE COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOMI -
St. Mark's Honors Mrs. N. K. Hurst ter. the birth of a ion James Stacy, 1 AIRLY USED FOR ENGAGEMENT AN. .

Pastor And Wife Honored At Two Hospital.Mr.on Jan. .25 In Bradford County; I NOUNCEMENTS) -- --- $3.00 I

On AnniversaryRev. Bridge PartiesMrs. : p I Mr. and and daughter Mrs. Marion of"Palatfca Harrington I TWO COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CCSTOM- ,

have leased Lt. Col. Hlldreth's and Mrs. Richard Ray I AIRLY USED FOR WEDDINGS) $5.00
home on Klngsley Lake and of Nashville, Term spent the ,
and Mrs. John Flynn N.K. Hurst of Indianapolis are moving In this week. Mr. first of the week with relatives for engagement
were honored Wednesday nightof We will continue to'make no charge ,
Ind., who has spent tho Harrington assumed the position here, and also visited
last week with a covered past week with her mother, of local manager of Florida Mrs., Ray's mother Mrs. J.S. announcements er wedding write-ups ,
dish dinner celebrating their Mrs. W.S. Slade, and family, Power & Light Co. upon Sapp, in Bradford County; Hos I where no photographs, are required.
25th by wedding members anniversary of the church, given was! honored at two bridge parties J.H. DuPre's retirement.Mrs. pital. The use of color photographs Is discouraged as I II
during her stay here. I
In the Parish House of St.Mark's Mrs. Clyde Sinclair gave a Dan Whltehurst and son, they do not reproduce as well as black and white. I
Episcopal Church. bridge party Saturday mornIng Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry and? I Please submit black and white photographs, If
A silver and white color children
mo- spent last week in
,
for Mrs. Hurst, with four and daughter,and Deborah Weaver
tif was carried out In the tables in play. After three of Wililston were visitors Beach Mountain N.C. Enroute I possible.In .
decorations of the reception .' home they visited friends In I II II
progressions, prizes were a- during the weekend of Mr. and I order to handle wedding articles efficiently,
room. The mantle was banked! Marietta, Ga.
warded. Mrs. Hurst receiveda Mrs. Lowman Weaver.
with silvered magnolia leaves guest gift from her hostess. I I The Telegraph requests that all information be I II

centered with large figures Miss Madge Middleton anc ._ ...._- ,. submitted no later than noon Monday following I
"25" which made of whlu -- -
were Mrs. E.L. Mattiiewsentertaineiat I the wedding. Accounts of weddings occuring
pompoms. Three branched silver dessert-bridge Monday nighat Martin L. McCauley before date of publication I II
more than two weeks!
candelabra with white tapers

the home of the latter, foi Wanda Sue Douglas Becomes Bride I wedding information
be used. Printed
were used to flank either cannot I
Mrs.
side of the mantle. Dessert Hurst.was served as the Of Gerald Stephen Crawford In LaCrosse I forms may he obtained at The Telegraph office
The head table where the guests arrived and prizes wert '" Painting Contractor I for your convenience. Your cooperation will be I II II
honored guests were seated!war awarded at the conclusion 01 Miss Wanda Sue Douglas, sleeves. Their headpieces were appreciated.
covered with a white cloth ant the progressions bridge daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard three-tiered veils held In placeby Commercial Residential I I II
centered with a three-tiered velvet leaves. They carried
at the four tables. C. Douglas of Brooker.and
wedding cake topped with wed- The hostesses presented Mrs. Gerald Stephen (Steve) nosegays of pink carnations and Interior Exterior I :
ding bells. Hurst with a guest prize as a Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. red rosebuds with pink velvet Sand Blasting Pressure Cleaning BRADFORD COt
The long tables for the guest}; memento of the occasion. Gerald Crawford of Kingsley streamers.Mr. A I
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Through
were covered with white clotlu Lake were united In marriageon Crawford attended his System Developed :
and centered with candelabra January 2 at the Antioch son as best man and the ushers Lifetime of Experience To save
with white tapers and arrangements Brownies Enjoy Baptist Church in LaCrosse.Rev. were Eddie and Greg Douglas, You Money" liitiiiijruPlt I I IL
of silver foliage and James L. Temple performed brothers of the bride, Allen
pompoms. Gold Head OutingBrownie the double-ring, can- Crawford, and Dennis Crawford -
PHONE 964-5525
The buffet table, from which dlelight ceremony.The brother of the groom.A .
the dinner wis served, was Troop 370 hall ar bride attired in a reception was held in the
was i
centered with 414 Davis St. Starke Fla. __ __ ____ __.
an arrangement outing Saturday at Cold Head formal full length gown of peau Brooker Community; Center. e e a S .

of white miniature spider chry- Branch State Park where the 11 d'ange, designed with an em- Following a wedding trip to ____ __ __.____ !
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santhemums, carnations and Brownies enjoyed a picnic pire bodice encircled with pink South Florida the couple is '
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silver leaves, flanked by silver at :
lunch, games and hiking. satin ribbon centered with a residing P.O. Box 186, '
candelabra holding burnIng Accompanlng the girls were streamer bow, accented with Hampton. The bride traveledIn r'mi2mm.\'IDl1ffiWm''w.m.
white tapers. Mrs. T.A. Yawn Jr., leader, Venlse lace and pearls, lace a two piece Navy suit and
After dinner Mrs. George; Mrs. Lyle Williams assistant crown neck line, bishop sleeves cream colored tunic with Navy
::::::;: Martha Dorko
Winkler, substituting for her leader, Mrs. Jim Mullis and with wide lace trimmed cuffs accessories complemented witha ::;::::
husband, who Is Senior War- Mrs. Melvin Corbett and an A-line skirt enhancedwith pink sweetheart rose and 1...;. Of Denmark 1
:;:
Says :
den, expressed the gratitudeof rows of lace, jeweled lace white carnation corsage. .......
all church members for the medallions and bordered with The bride and groom are
splendid work and accomplishments James L. Ormond scalloped lace. The detachable both attending! Santa Fe Jun- V
of Rev. and Mrs. Flynn chapel train of peau d'angi ior College. Mr. Crawford ;
since their arrival at St. Has Birthday PartyLittle featured rows and medallion works at DuPont and the brideIs
Mark's.She .
of Venlse lace and jeweled ap a secretary at BuchholzJun-
then presented them with pliques. Loops and bows ol lor-Senlor High School. "
an oblong silver tray as a James Lynn Ormond peau d'ange and lace, inset Buy your family a
gift from members of Iho celebrated his third birthdaylast with jewels and intertwined with
church. Friday afternoon when his pink satin ribbon secured her
Mrs. Flynn cut the wedding mother, Mrs. Lynn Ormond, multi-tiered veil of silk Illus Candy Stripers genuine La-Z-Boy9 Reclina-Rocker
cake and the young people gave a party for him and nine ion. She carried an arrange- Hear New Ideas -. -
served it to those present. Mrs. friends. ment of white carnations, stephanotis -
and let them know
For
Flynn was presented with- a The youngsters played games baby's breath and pink Coming YearThe \ jt
white carnation corsage and had refreshments during sweetheart roses. 1
A program of piano select- the party hours and were given "
Miss Debbie Douglas, sister m that
Bradford County; Candy really Izxii//
Ions \ you care.
was given while the guests balloon favors. Assisting were of the bride, was maid of honor met in the Hospital
gather. Mrs. Jerry Alkire, Mrs. Jess Stripers
and Mrs. C.E. Douglas and
,Jan. 14, where the
Library 'on
:1-: Falrclotli; and Mrs. A.J Eaves. .
Mrs. David Jackson were at- .... *
Mr, and Mrs. R.O. Dansby Krlsta Moody of Gainesville tendants. They were attired new chairman Mrs.Bill Chambers & .....
were in Jacksonville Sundaevisiting gave new Ideas for the I
was an out-of-town guest._ .: in
Mrs. David Browning alike formal full length gowns members to do for the com
of pomegranate textural rayon ::,:
and Mrs. Maxie Lewelling in ing year. '
riverside Hospital. They also E.E, Swords of Wyoming, III. and acetate featuring an empire There will be a Candy Strip. 'TrI .
the two weeks with waist accented with bow In
spent past a
visited Mr. and Mrs. Hoy! An- er of The Year award givento
drews. his aunt, Mrs. Margaret Jack- the back with a flowing train the girl who goes above and
son. and three-quarter length beyond the call of duty.;
The meetings will be held on
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Thursday instead of Tuesday.A : :: Styi5883 ,...,' kiaV
new rule Is that a person '
must have been an executive 1l
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of the club. 1 LA-Z-BOO ::;;1:;:

A scholarship will be givento I
a senior elrl going Into the .
medical field. If no senior Is RECLININGCHAIR \

able to accept the scholarship,
It will be carried over to tho 1111111 1jijjii1
next year. The executive board )
will decide what senior they
think deserves the scholarship
and then present their declsior I FACTORY AUTHORIZED I I
to the membership who will] /
vote on It. The yearly banquet :... # !
will be held at the end ol :.:::.:.: SALE
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September, at which time the ';:;
scholarship will be awarded. _,#
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Each Candy Striper must have I ___
at least three hours 'work at D
the hospital each jnonth. It was
voted to have 30( girls In the I
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club at all times.\A girl must I
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be at least 14 $ars of age ,
to be a Capdy St fper. PaulIne ,
Peterion was f((pointed Pt o-1 m
gram chairman and is in chartm I
of f inviting guest to speak adthejmeetings.

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Gordon SulUns and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Reirtstar HI Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers of __
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Mrs. ItobertFarrlorof Uroohavlllo and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. INC.
were weekend guests of and Mrs. Tullie Norman last
Athens, Ala. were Wednesdayto
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dlggs. Sunday visitors of Mrs.Betty; Thursday.

Attending[ the Antique Showat Register. 1st Lt. Freeman Register Mrs.Jettje Hazen of Gainesville I
HI Is stationed at Firebase -
the Civic Auditorium In Jacksonville : visited Mrs. A.E. McKin- "
were Mrs, Nate Dyal, Bastong, Vietnam. ney Sunday.Mr. BEEp
Mrs. Yola Vestal Mrs. EL.
Miss Jayne (Hardy was among
Matthews, Mrs. Bob Ferguson. and Mrs. Barney McRae
the students completing requirements last Thursday night din.. .
Mrs. E.J. Dowllng Sr., and were
for their degreesat of Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Gene Long. ner guests
Tin College, Forsytti Ga. McRae Jr. In Lake City where BEEp
In December. She is the daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- Rev. Charles Allen of Knoxville -
of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy -
Tenn.,formerStarke res-
zell of Fern Park were visiting ,
her father, Dr. F.E. Bol- B.S.of degree Starke in,Elementary and earned Ed-a ident, was also a guest. \....

Unger, on Sunday.
ucation.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Bitch and Og v.r/
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Mrs. Peter Wertz and Mrs. sons spent Thursday to Sun-
and Mrs. Cliff Jonesof
dessert for the feast of St. Patrick. It's
Here's delightful
Petersburg day at Banner Elk, N.C. a -
Mary Brlnkly of St. -
Winnipeg, Canada were Saturday a IUHCIOIIS pie in n chocolate must that's crowned with gay, semisweet .
were last Monday to Wed- overnight guests of Mr. hot-old shamrocks. The breeze to ,
together
Carl Matthewsand < pie is a put
nesday visitors of Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. T.II. Slade Sr. Mr. and Mrs. The filling-green as a delectable pistachio whip can be-is made Three
H.G. Bellinger. her sister, Mrs. Mable 1.2.3 with unflavored gelatine in your blender, Ways To
Whlsler of Unlonvllle, Ia. are
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cookof
St. Patrick's Cream Pie
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Johnstonand visiting
Temple City, Texas were
Mathews In Maltland Wednes- 2 envelope unflavored V4 cup blanched pistachio
son, Jere, of Miami, and weekend guests of Mrs. Nelson nuts
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Starkey of day and Thursday.Mr. gelatine
Green and
family. >
A cup cold milk teaspoon almond extract
Tampa were weekend guestsof and Mrs. M.C. Wells 3/4 cup milk,heated to boiling I cup heavy cream SAVEMONEY
Mr. and Mrs. James Bar- Misses Evelyn Sinclair, 2 eggs 1 ,4 cups ice cubes
Carolyn Redgrave
ron. Kearsley Langford and Susan and Mrs. 'A cup sugar % teaspoon green foods
Starr of Mercer College spent spent the weekend with Mr. ', teaspoon lUlU colonng19inch
and Mrs. Charles Parker and ---- -- -- -
Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn, the weekend with Mrs. Clyde chocolate crumb crust
Mr. and Mrs. William Carter, Sinclair. family In Cocoa. Sprinkle gelatine over cold milk in 5-cup blender container;
James HIacKshcar, James Seymour allow to stand while assembling other ingredients Add boiling
and M.llard Brown attended Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indiana- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan milk. Cover and process at low speed until gelatine dissolves. //i Stock
the 127th annual convention : polis, Ind. was visiting her and family of Live Oak were Add eggs siiprr>jat] pistachio nuts and almond extract. Cover
of the Episcopal Dio- mother, Mrs. W.S Slade the Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. and turn blen)ter Wntrol to high ipeed. Remove cover and add
cese of Florida In Tallahasseelast Mrs. Slade H.A. Lawson. heavy cream. Add Ice cubes, one at a time, and continue to process -- Now
week. also
past until ice is melted. Add food colonng. Let stand until mixture 4
Friday to Sunday. had as Sunday visitors, Mr. Mrs. Pearl Wade of Cordele, will pile up. Turn into crumb crust: Chill until firm. Arrange
and Mrs. George Quinney of Ga. Is spending a month with Chocolate Shamrocks on pie. YIELD: 6 to 8 servings.'Chocolate s
Mrs. James Hall and daugh-
ters of Gainesville and Miss Jacksonville.Miss her son-in-law and daughter, Shamrocki: Melt 1 V cup semi-sweet chocolate
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres. morsels and Vi teaspoon shortening over hot water. Spread on
Ginger Baldwin of Tilt College Jane Crosby of Tlft piece of foil to 3 x: 4* rectangle. Chill until firm. Cut out 6 shamrocks
spent the weekend with their College was home for the week- Mrs. J.C. Vining of Palatkawas with cutter or use small heart cutter. (Cut out hearts for
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.A. end. Monday visitor of Mrs. leaven., and cut out stems with knife.) Chill again; place on pie. A yl d rI"
Baldwin Jr. L.D. Vining. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warrenof Family Living
Waycross, Ga; visited Mrs.
J.S. Sapp In Bradford County Series PromotedBy
Hospital over the weekend.
School BoardThe

I r,, Mike Reddish and Mike Den-

1 ton n have State returned College Northeastern In Monroe, Board Is Bradford sponsoring County a "Family School Specialy Equipped Fury CoupeAir

1 La. after being home last week Living Series" consisting of
1 between semesters.
series of two-week workshopsIn
the following areas: Power Steering, Power Brakes, Vinyl Trim, Vinyl

spent Mrs.last Tom week Jackson In Adele and,sons Ga. ism Workshop, Sex Education.A: Drugs, Alcohol- Top, Radio, Heater, WSW Tires, V-8 Engine, FREE

visiting cousins and aunt, Mr Workshop B: Family Insur- Automatic Transmission.
SUPER SIZE and Mrs. Preston Green anc ance, Family Law, Family Bud
Open Mon. thru. Thursday Mrs. F.C. Richards. geting.

0 to 6 P.M.; Workshop C: Child Care, Patient LIST PRICE -_. -- .- $4,521.45
Bill Collins and daughter Care.
Fri. Sat. 9 to 7 P.M. DELUXE PLASTICS Workshop l D; Food Budgeting,
Judy, of Jenldnsburg Ga. spent
Friday and Saturday with Mr. Food Preparation, Nutrition. (One Way To Save) .$3,978.50In
afternoons
E Vocational Opportunities
Open Sunday Workshop :
and Mrs. AI Crosby Jr. and
V'j Bushel Laundry Basket.16QuartUtilityTub Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Townsend. Vocational Evaluation -
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Workshop F: Family Communications -
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.14 Quart Dish Pan
admittances to Brad-
Local Family Values.
.14 Quart Pail with Spout Stock _
ford County Hospital this week The series will run for 6
.20 Quart Round Basket include: : Mrs. Llllie Nettles and weeks with each workshopoper-

Vegetable Bin Larry Varnes, Lake Butler; ating for three 2-week periods. Now tL7LT
.RectanqleWastebasket .. Christopher J. Leavitt and Mrs. This means that a participantcould
SUPER* Iva II. Wilson, Waldo; James complete as many as :3 J
/ E. Griffis and Hlriam J. Ben- workshops during the 6-week ...r47L
::3 4 SIZE F nett Lawtey; Mrs. Annie Jer- time. Classes will meet at the
2 nigan, Brooker; Mrs. Daisy S, Neighborhood Service Centeron i
Ve R $100 Hall, Keystone Heights; and Pine Street from 7 to 9:30:
Nettle Minion) Mrs. Ada Alex- p.m. on Tuesday and Thurs- m-
ander, Jenny Lynn Tomlinson, day evenings. The first class
Mrs. Arrle Browning, Carl will be held Tuesday. Feb. 2. r
;. )' Sapp, Mrs. Edith Moore, D.I. There will be no charge for ,
r
Knight Mrs. Myrtle G. Priest participating in the series.Any-
Joe Bakken Jr., and Mrs. Mar- one Interested should be at
garet Prevatt, Starke. the Neighborhood Center for
the first meeting, or they can
Mr. and Mrs. William Whi- call: the Neighborhood Service
chello of Gulliver, Mich were Center, 964-5689, or the Vo-
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. cational Center, 964-6150, for
R.E. Firth. more information. Brand New Valiant 4 Door SedanVinyl


L'1} Mrs. X.M. Smith celebratedher
dI birthday Tuesday night of Trim, Automatic Transmission, Big 6 Cylinder,
?$ last week when the Methodist
J' -' \ Women's Sunday School class 225 Engine, Under Coating, Radio, Power Steering,

gave a dinner party for her at Wheel Covers WSW Tires.
j I If the Steer Room In Jackson- ,
ville at which time the class:

presented her with a gift. LIST PRICE $2,965.55
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OUR SALEPRICE
3-TIER METAL TR,NE 4-CUP SET Krista Moody of Gainesville

MUG TREE spent last Thursday and Fri- (Another Way To Save Money) $2,780.00
UTILITY TABLE $ 3 day with her grandparents, Mr.
Sturdy poll' shout 39 Colortulmraa wrought $176E and Mrs. Jerry Alkire.
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iron pond
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I'e. miiti Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Futch:

of Jacksonville and Mr. and "Sorry, dear-I can't afforda
Mrs. William Green of Jack- family and confUcatory tax In Stock
sonville Beach were Saturday "
ation too!
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Sapp and relatives. Note
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m a ; .a 4y;, Mr. and Mrs. Duke DuBose

and family of Jacksonville WATCH FOR : -i--:
Sunday visitors of her parents, -
Mr. and Mrs. O.K. Alvarez Sr.
10" TEFLON II OURSALE 5-Pc. DISH OUR SALE
PRICE PRICE
SWARMINGTERMITES
FRYPAN Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mathews

H. DuPon' no .. ,: n 0 $184 DRAIN E varylhmg, SET you 97*; have Clinton returned, Tenn.to Monday their homein attar -

tcout finish n*.
Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman.

-:....- They all visited Mr. and Mrs.
11.C. Edwards in Jacksonville

Sunday.Mr. .

Lii and Mrs. O.G. Strayhornof
Wildwood and Mr. and Mrs.
W.M. Hazen of Gainesville were 1971 Valiant Scamp. 2 Door H.T.
$' Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs.
e- M.F. Hazen.

318 V-8 Engine, Automatic ransmission, Air Condition

STEAM, OUR PRICE SALE ELECTRIC DPRICE: LE THE EXPERIMENTAL 3- Power Steering, Tinter Glass, WSW Tires, Vinyl
work week Is expected to OR BETTER
day STILL
DRY IRON TOASTER L reduce the amount of employe Roof and all the Moulding.
$1094
Lphtwashl: f ;
twitch 1 iteain/dry. tray' I o 4 s t l.rto science has failed, economicsmay
0i succeed in eradicatingthe IORIDAT $3,594.35And

common cold. ( Still Another To Save
Way ) $3,365.19
J tf\ THE BRADFORD e gOMT OtCMMUCMC
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REALTONE I Sisrke, Florida 32091

AM-FM PORT O =ALE 3QT. ELECTRIC OUR SALE Second dim postage paid

/ CORN POPPER at I Slarkr. Florida Chrysler-Plymouth
RADIO
:t.n PC $1481 $333 Why Take Chance
Built In ;o> Hal i proof plat. lid, Frasft Subscription !\att: ,
Solid Su.e. <.1.p.nd Bllity popcorn In m'nu'e' In trade area: 15.00 per I CALL AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER
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year; S2.7S six months. 1-I MOTORS CORPORATION

Outside trade ares! fS.SO 964-5745
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State '":: 4J' Plea Day was fined $78 or 10 days In
Tin not fighting Florida Jail, then the sentence was suspended -
Power. They perform a service (Continued from Pago 1) for driving while her
Baptists ,\ for the sate" Mrs. Johns license was revoked. ,RUBBER'i r
Is oulck to point out. motor vehicle while his license Charges of having written
Meet Here F 1 t But she also thinks FPL U Is suspended. worthless checks were made i
hoping some day'sell powerto Sixty-eight cases of unlawful against Van C, McCrary; Mar-
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f! toe city. only good speeding were on the list of ton Russell Gatlin, John Pitt-
Preachers and church member rMp business from tIIelrpolnt.When summonses for plea day. man, Johnny Thompson. Most STAmpS] I
from Alabama, Georgia 1 they rity they bad Three drlvlng-whlle-lntoxl- were fined and made to pay
and Florida will be present at 1 that veryltthing In mind." called charges were heard. Howard restitution for the amount of
the Tri State Fellowship meeting ""i ; -iL So far, It has beer profitable ". Ernest Sessoms James the check.
of the World Baptist Fellowship for Starke to own !its a- Edward Cannon, and William Annie Lou Lott was placedon I
at Pine Level Baptist ttlltlae, the former city; council Arthur Hall each received tines probation for profane and Made to Order.I
Church on SR-100 westofStarke chairman repeatedly stat -f $151, or 60 days In jail, Indecent language. Annie Mae
today (Thursday) and Friday. ed. FPL U a private firm which and their driver's licenses were Wallace failed to appear on the
The meeting was scheduled must return a profit. Profit revoked for 90 days. Lynee charge of contributing to the Highest Quality
to begin at 10 a.m. today and from the Starke power plant Sherrlll Powere was fined $101 dependency and delinquency ofa
will adjourn at noon Friday. goes back to the consumer In or 10 days In Jail for speeding monor. Nellie Grlffis and Willie Reasonable Prig
Some of the nations' outstanding I" .' the form of services the db'performa. and her license suspended Mae Thornton were fined
preachers will speak at i 'rN+ii I ." I Ij. she points out. Cecil L. Pressley was $26 for burning during declared .
the meeting, according to Rev. j. .,: .\ "We have a gold mine and charged with taking or attempting emergency drought. Shirley, phone 964-6305
John Strickland pastor of the doa't appreciate. : ,"Mrs.Johns to take wildlife at night Mae Barber and Arie Lee. '
.. Bradford County
Pine Level Church.Dr. by gun and light and the same charged with trespassing, were
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Earl K. Oldham, president ill JC charge was made against four given suspended sentences. TELEGRAPHDeWitt :>>
of the Bible Baptist Sem- \ t says.Free Juveniles who came before the Clifford Lee Fort forfeited bond
inary, will be special preacher. Iii OWENS IUJNOIS' to' L ,. : ; Food. Judge. Fressley was also for trespassing. .
He will speak Thursday night I' charged with forgery and uttering
and again Friday morning.A 100 iiillOHTH L .: w. I. tvontinued from Page U a forgery, a felony.
tour of Ralford State Prison i x ....:.' LevI James Williams was Funeral Home
.Is planned for 2 p.m. Fri- PINt SffDU" $ +JI t.J !r r fined $151 or 30 days In Jail C. Jones
day after the meeting ad- food stamp program by the for Interfering with the duties
journs. ., ,' .. first of the year, but only seven of a beverage agent. Charged

Anyone Interested Is invitedto .. .trl'I' ..: .I. have begun selling stamps so with voluntary Intoxication were STARKE
far. Willie Oliver Swafford. Alvin
the meeting, Rev. Strick-
land says. ., '' Dade County's entry Into the Pledger Johns, A.P.Johns.William PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE
." food stamp program exhausted Kimberly, Lewis Smart, -
all available federal funds for Charles Harper, Woodrow liar-
Florida. Alachua County, next per. Gene Brian Vanzant was HEIGHTSPHONE
PUnting the 100 millionth pine seedling last 'inursday near Lake door to Bradford has several fined $51 or five days In Jail
Road. Butler are (from left) William A, Miller manager of land acquisition thousand persons who have qualified for possession of alcoholic bev- 47.1-3176:
for the Southern Woodlands of Owens-Illinois; James A. Cobb, vice for the stamp program erage by a minor.
president and general of 0-I's forest division including about 500 college students -
(Continued from Page )1) manager products Doyle
who have found their Income
Conner, Commissioner of ; and Dr John L. Gray, directoi -
attending the Wednesday University qualified them for the
Also
meeting were Frank of the School of Forestry, of Florida. bro<
Speight representing Wilbur
Smith Associates, of Orlando many persons receiving commodity -
wbo conducted the "Florida Owens-Illinois foods at the Bradford
Highway, Functional Classification Ceremony fairgrounds Inquire about food RCA AccuColorI
And Needs Study, 1970 to stamps, Mrs. Bennett says, but,
and Tom Trainer, teOrllanndo.ssubcontractors many become less enthusiastic
1990. of Marks 100) Millionth PineThe when they are told they would
doing have to have cash to purchase
the stamps.
the land use study.
Both the food stamp and
told commodity -
The local officials were will be Importance of trees to who praised Owenl- Unotllor sheds o> filter and rechargv programs are administered I
that another meeting the environment was stressed Its conservation work. Conner our precious ground water sup Jointly by the State Department -,
held within the next two or In ceremonies near Olustee said that forestry Interests and ply that we hear so much of Health and Rehabilitative
"noedlporUon"
three months on the last Thursday, marking the agriculturists were practicing about" he concluded. Services and US Department -
of the project. City planting of Owens-Illinois' 100 conservation long before ecology Following the tour and plant- of Agriculture's Food
and county "want spokesmen list"will of pre road millionth pine seedling at the became a household word. ing ceremony, the several hundred and Nutrition Service.The commodities color for your cash!
sent their time. recreation lodge on Lake Mr. Cobb said the 100 million guests attending the outing are picked up In Jacksonville .
projects at this similar to the one Palestine, north of Lake But- trees his company hat were served a barbecue by a county; truck and
Meetings are now being ler.State planted In the past 25 years supper at the company lodge, distributed by county em-
here conducted Wednesday in all Florida officials,svcctal guests, would reach around the world ployees.
and newsmen were taken on a nearly four times, If plantedIn
counties. bus tour of O-l's vast Um- a straight line. "During tin
ber tract In Baku-UnionCoun-! time we have been planting the Potver. Prison. .
ties for an on-slte Inspection: 100 million seedlings we have
of how the company operates harvested only 25 million trees. (Continued from Page 1) ivontinued from Page I 1)
Pigs Stolen its woodlands from the time At the same time, a multitude''
a tract Is cleared to the har- of trees have become established The city's present 10,000 cal facility.;
vesting of mature trees 25 to on our lands as a result emergency tie-in with Florida As the tour ended at the ad-i
From Farm 30 of natural seeding. So you Power & Light Mrs. Johns mlnlstrative building and the (P
Preceding the seedling-plant- can readily see there Is nc terms "the worst thing the city; party; prepared to visit the reception -
At jug ceremony James. A. Cobb, great danger of our cutting could have done." center near Lake Butler
N. RiverThree vice president of the Owens- anywhere near what we pro She also opposes doing away Prison Supt. Don Hass- OOCIBLJD
nilnols Forest Products Division duce." with tho! city power plant and furder expressed agreement
pigs have been stolen said that scientific research i., ''tlon to their commercial purchasing power from a pri- with the governor's view thai
from a farm In the New River has determined that each value, Owens-Illinois timberlands vate source, an action the present smaller institutions may wel;
area, according to the Bradford acre of :young, well-managed In Georgia and Florida city council has been Investigating be the best approach.
Sheriffs Office. forest can release as much provide a game habitat in the past year. "It's Just too big," Hassfur- f\cCUCOIOrr
as four tons of oxygen per wildlife refuge, Mr.Cobb pointed "Why anybody on the coun- der declared, referring to Ral iI !
Chief Deputy; Dolph Reddish year. This would mean that out. "Throughout our Southern cil as long as some have been ford. "If what I said when I
said his office Is conducting an the 12,000 acres of seedlings woodlands, we have 188,500 would consider this. ." came here."
Investigation into the theft from planted annually by O-I in Florida acres that are open to the "There Is something behind At the reception center near
the hog farm of Clarence: W. and Georgia produce e- public through cooperative thismore than we know about," Lake Butler, Supt. L.E, Dug-
Lefton during the past week. nough oxygen for half the people wildlife management agreements Mrs. Johns says. of the nego- ger displayed the same over- sr
In the 18 counties IncludedIn in conjunction with the tiations with FPL. crowding In an Institution so
Three (gilts were stolen Sun- the company's. holdings. Florida Game & Fresh Water "We might have emergencies new that Its hospital Is not
day night, Jan. 24; two weighed Participating In the tree- Fish Commission," he added. we never had before," Mrs. complete.
about 175 pounds each and the planting rites was Commissioner "Our forest also serve the Johns points out, which would Mattresses on the floor and
third about 135 pounds. of Agriculture Doyle Conner Important function of water- force the cltv to use the emer- 'to same charges of non-com- -

tittve personnel pay that make

alllalRll&laa o"o._, n"_. _._.,_"'.............-.' ........."'.".".... -., ... taft vacancies a chronic problem
remained part of the pro
gram at the reception center. -- _---
The presentation made tohim _-
of critical prison conditions is -- -
A Smith-Corona correct Askew told a news conference -
can help shortly before depart
ing for a survey of migrant T1,. LATHAMN.
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VI.t Md.I FP.55.
labor camps In Palm Beach 25'.gn.l. pl.'U'. I

your teenager through school. C'o'l' granted to view it first.

hand" Askew said.
Means will have to be fount
to allleviate some of the over.
rowded conditions, the goy $59995Lowest
mar said He added he is no
onvlnced the state should gt
:a large Institutions.
"We need some help to decide -
which way to go."
If the corrections institutions price ever for
need a thorough study Askew
Indicated, the study should cover .
the entire field of crimlna. AccuColor
justice giant-screen

"We need a study of the
total system of criminal Justice -
from top to bottom. The Big and beautiful 25" diagonal screen AccuColor TV at a table-model

whole thing U tied together." price. Comes with matching base for instant conversion to the
After coming to look the
governor reported at Lake Butter "console look" All the AccuColor "plus" features-brilliant,

he agreed with what prison lifelike color ; consistent dependable performance ; accurate
officials have been telling him
all along. automatic tuning-for superb color viewing enjoyment. At a price
"I am extremely pleased with
can live with.I.J .
the stand he has taken," Bax you
declared. Another official also
termed the day a success. "He
promised to (give us some re
lief." Parts and Labor W"'a.ty-Ba.'c' Provisions.. For 90 days from

Still to be resolved; however, the date of purchase, RCA Corporation warrants to the first retail
Is the question of where the
money Is coming from. purchaser that it will pay all labor charges for repair of defects in
RCA New Vista Model FP-564 and will make available replace-

ments for any defective parts. (If the picture tube becomes defec-

Services Held Thursday tive within two years, it will be exchanged for a rebuilt picture

t For Mrs. Jewell Richard tube) Installation and set-up, foreign use antenna systems, and adjustment of
: uuuuu Of Keystone Height customer controls are not included. To obtain warranty benefits, contact your

uVVVVV.V 1't RCA dealer or the service agency of your choice with your Warranty RegistrationCard.
uuu. Mrs. Jewell Robertson RIch- .
uuvuu ard, 83, of Spring Lake near
j x V / N V wyti1 Keystone Heights, died Tues
day la Bradford County Hospital -
after an extended Illness. We Have Our Own Service DepartmentWe
She was born In Plant City; on
September 15, 1887 and resided

years In before Jacksonville coming for to many this Do Our Own Financing!

'area. She was a member of
the Starke First Presbyterian

Church.Surviving .Is one daughter

Mrs. W.J. Epperson, Jr., of
Starke: one sister Mrs. Robert WINKLERELECTRIC
N. White. ST. Plant City;
one grandchild and two great

Bradford County Telegrapn grandchildren.Funeral .
services were held
at II a.m. Thursday In Jones
Memorial Chapel with Rev.Robert -
(
HEumr
h AUTHORIZED( SCM DEALER) Burch officiating. Inter-
) ment was In Crosby Lake Cemetery i ,
under direction of DeWitt,
C. Jones Funeral Home.
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: (Continued from previous Issue to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Braun Adams to Mr. and Mrs. Con- T. Davis to Helen J. lleydom John D. Dlggs to Mr. and Mrs.
) $2,000. ley S. Bush 5000. 7180. Nathaniel Harvey 9000.
i 2 Iota in Crosby Lake Shores A lot In Plnehaven from Mr. 40 acres of land from Ernest A lot of land from Mr. and \
Taxes paid on 1970 Bradford from Mr. and Mrs. 11.D. Smithto and Mrs. W.W. Johnson of S. L. Lester of Franklin N. Mrs. G.L. Lester to Mr. and 3 I IA Ii
County property transactionshave Mr. and Mrs. Buck Murray Carolina to Mr. and Mrs. W.A. O. and Faustina M. Lester to Mrs. J.W. Dormlney. Sr. and .
totaled 2351722.accordIng $3.SOD. Fare $7.36i.Land Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Cone Mr. and Mrs. 1\.T. Daniels of .
to deeds filed in the office A lot In Dalewood Subdivisionfrom on E. SR:100 from Mr. 14000. Oscela County, 18500.
of the county clerk. Mr. and Mrs. B.E.Cham- and Mrs. H.V. Knight toMr.and 12 lots In McCalls Additionto A lot of land from Evelyn
Land sales actually totaled bers to Mr. and Mrs. R.L.. Mrs. James L. Montgomery and Hampton from Board of Iublic McGill to Ernest R. Peacock,
over this mark, since trans Morgan. 11300. Vernon Stanley $440O. Instruction of Bradford 5500. .T _
actions of less than $1,000 A parcel of land from Mr. A lot In Crystal Lake Hpoi- County to Walden B, Wads- An acre of. land on SR 100
were not counted. and Mrs. S.J. Kilgore of Dodge sites from Mr. and Mrs.;E.V. worth and Rudolph Dewaters from Mr. and Mrs. Tommie ,
(Editors Note: This is the Co., Georgia to Mr. and Mrs. Bertheaud to Mr. and Mrs. W. $5,200. Cascn Jr. to Emllene Kelly
second article of three. in which Kilgore Jr., 3500. Eugene Owens 2500. 12 lots In McCalls Additionto Moyers, $11,500. i
244 transactions will be list A parcel of land from Mr. 3 acres on Kingsley Lake Hampton from Rudolph De- A lot at Cypress Beach from
ed. Eighty transactions are list- and Mrs. R.F. Jordan to Eula Road from R.A. Green act- waters to Walden B.Wadsworth, Edith S. Johnson to Mr. and PLUS
ed here and the remaining sixty Inez Koekler $8,833. ing as a Special MastertoSun 3600. Mrs. Richard T. Lanier of Jax.
will be listed at a later date.) Portions of two lots in I lamp- State Acceptance Companyof A parcel of land from WaldenB. $6,500.
ton from Betty R. Taylor to Jax., $6,000A Wadsworth to Rudoljph Dewa- Over 20 acres Woodlawn and
308.89 acres from Mr. and Betty It. Scwell, $9,000.A parcel of land from K.E. tare $1,600.Lots additional land from Donald K, g
Mrs. Gordon Brent to Oilman parcel of land on SR-IOO Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs.Bobby of land from Ruby Crlf- Bennett and Van Wayne Bennett thsave3wavs1 '
Paper Co. 73300.! from John II. Bates to Robert Aldridge to Mr. and Mrs. A.E. fie to Mr. and Mrs. UK. Crlf- to Mr. and Mrs. "".D. Bennett, ,
I 9 acres from Mr. and Mrs. F. Bates 2133. Barnes, 3300. $7,300. ge :
fls 3500. I t Dale 110 to EBf "QUot\J1',\ (( WE HIGHEST 3- MMC ,THI 8m'e
Arllne Dobbs to Mr. and Mrs. A lot in Bedford Oaks from Land at Jackson and WalnutSt. One lot of land from Mr. and More than 4 Iota in Woodlawn
I Arllne Dobbs Jr., 1800. Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Potts to ., the estate of II.V. Knight to Mrs. Guy W, Bickford to Mr from Mr. /and Mrs. F.D. Bennett I.
A parcel of land from Can- Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Clover and Mrs. L.A. Powell and Ruth to Mr. and Mrs.George D. Kellyof
dls A. Illxon to Mr. and Mrs. $14,500.A $9.000. Alice Johnson $2,500. Jax., $28,333.
Willis C. Causey 13500. parcel If land from Mr. Land N. of Alligator Canal One lot of land at Sampson 2 lots In Sampson Lake Shores 1\ 0 0 a / 0 1
A lot in Plnehaven from Mr. and Mrs. K.P. Bryan and Mr. from Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Reeves Lake Shores from Mr.and Mrs. from Mr. and Mrs. Artford I
and Mrs. A.L. Bowers to Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Whitehead to to the Florida Power and Light C.R. Hutchcson to Mr.and Mrs. Brown to Mr. and Mrs. V.L. \ II
and Mrs. H.L. Schoening, $10- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Craw- Company, 2500. Carl Stesney of Jax., 2800. Starling $2.000. I
ford of Lawtey $1,233. 10.95 acres of land on SR100from 22 acres of land E. on SR! 16 2 lots at Sampson City from I I 1 I I II
000.Land on SR-100 from the 1.81 acres of land of SR 100- DeWitt C. Jones to Stephen from Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Kite Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Smith toWII I
Cattle and Timber Inc. A E. Simmons and DorothyR. I f, I E + I I 4 1 I II
Braun from Mr. and Mrs. J.L.You'll to Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Carter. Smith, Jr., 5000. ,
R. Simmons 4430. Jr., $15.000.A 3 lots atSampson Lake Shores I i
.--.-.-.-.........._...........-..............,.....................- lot at Crosby Lake Shores of land from Lovree from Mr. and Mrs. Artford I
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V from Jewell Roberts to Mr.and Cocomlse to Mr. and Mrs. Brown to Mr. and Mrs. L.W. I i iI
: Mrs. R.J. Genttman 2000. Charlie R. Brawswell, 33133. Smith, $5,000. I
: 38.12 acres of land from lIelenW In Starke from Ethel
: A parcel of land from LolaW 2 lots
.. \\ : Klicker, F.L. Kllcker, and Sparks to Mr. and Mrs. O. Scwell to Mr. and Mrs. I..C. |'
: .N. :\ ; \ Agatha Whitehead to Mr. and Gerald R. Alklre, $8.000. Early, 15000. I ? T ,.
... : Mrs. Duane J. Lawhead,9000. A lot In City Park Subdivision I lot from Mr. and Mrs. F.D. j z I L
; 1. A parcel of land on SR-16 from A.E. McKlnney to Thomas to Mr. and Mrs. T.E. I 13.5 cu. ft.
i be \ from A.C. MIddleton to the Florida Power and Light Company Ncssmlth, $1500. |
: Southslde Trading Post Inc. $9,900. 4 blocks of Knight's Subdivision RcfrlflcratorFrcezerBig
: $10,000. from Die Town (House EnterprIse |
124 acres of land from Mr.
19.43 acres on SR 16 from of Florida, Inc. to Mr.
and Mrs. Marklee Starling to e freezer holds to
i amazed Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy and Mrs. John A. Torode $9- i up
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank WIlli-
to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Craw- 132 Ihs.
ford .
$81,000.Land 500.A h
: i ford, $6,500. on SR 100-A from Robert St. from parcel Pauline of land Ii.on Torode Thomas to i j' t 4. cabinet shelves, one
ate of land along SR-16 F. Bates to Mr. and Mrs.
4 acres of slides out
Town House Enterprises ,
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i from the estate of John J. Co- Ernest Allen, 2500. t I
Florida Inc.. $0.501)(). tea. ,
i wart to Northslde Baptist A lot on Highway 16 from Mr. :5>> acres on SR-16 from Mr. +f Twin vegetable bins
and Mrs. Ernest W. Allen to /! '
Church 1800. and Mrs. John A. Torode to Only 3m!2" wide
: i 2 lots at Crosby Lake Inlet Robert It. Bates, 2000. the Town House Enterprise of -T
Land at the Jack- YICL- i'
of
from Crosby Lake Estates Inc. corner )
Florida Inc., 13000.
to Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Blau of son and Church St. from the A tract of MU Pleasent Sub j s
0 Miami Fla. 2100. heirs at law of Mr. and Mrs. division from the First Federal 249
: : A lot in Pinehurst SubdIvision Lewis E. Lee to Mr. and Mrs. Savings and l-oan Association of -
from Mr. and Mrs. A.E Taylorto Jesse F. Haas of Stuart Fla., Jacksonville to Mr. and Mrs. I
.. 0. Mr. and Mrs. David L, Kite 2000. Walter Hrunofsky of ,lackson-
$11,100. One lot of land from Mr. vlllc $12,500.) Model TB-MSL[ I
BARGAINS : 20 acres of land from Mr. and Mrs. George; E.: Sturgisto 4 acres on SII-100/ from Mr.
: YOU FIND IN THE and Mrs. J.M. Edwards to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S.f'ram- and Mrs. ".H. Smith to Mr.
CLASSIFIED : and Mrs. Hasley L. lIazen, pton and Anna R. Frampton of and Mrs J.A. Lee 7500.
ADS
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$4,000. Newark Cal., $8,000. One acre from the Horfie'Se' ; -
A lot in Lakeside Subdivisionfrom One lot of land from Mr. and curtly Corp. to Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Mildred R. Mrs. Benjamin Suslow to PhilipM. $
J.r;. Wager, ,300.
: No matter what I you're in the marktl 'for, i Kirkland of Marlon County to Odom 4400. 2 lots In Corllotta from !Mr. Family sized Washer With
: car or carpet I. yau'r' wile to! chick The Mr. and Mrs. George A. Berryof A lot of land at Orange and and Mrs. C.C.: Melvin to Mr.
Goin.tvill. Sun Claitifi.d ads for offers : Jax. 14000. Francis: from Mr. and Mrs. I'-. and Mrs. /. Jokob, $8COD..
A lot in Pearce Re-Subdiv W. Hayes to Mr. and Mrs. ,A parcel of land from Beatrice -
: Its fun and it'a the mart way to save ision from Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Frank Cocciardl 4400. C. Flitch to Mr. and Mrs.W. Permanent Press Cycle!

: limo effort and money, too. Check NOW! ii i Moody to John A. Torode $9- 1.23 acres of land on SR .(', Wilson I7.500.:; ).
5 000. 16 from Mr. nnd Mrs. Randall ,\ lot In (teen; \crcs Gum.
Williams, of' 3J3I NW 34th
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Ask Mr H. D.
: 15' acres of land from Ruth V. Motes to Mr. and Mrs. Mr.\ and Mrs. !lt.: << I'atz Ui
C Place the had 4 calls the ,first day the Johnson to Mr. and Mrs. Law- Ilarvey F. Wiggins, .1 r., $3,000. Mr. and Mrs I.I l I Reddish
: ad ran and she sold her WASHER-DRYER : rence Crews 8500. 3 lots of land In Gahngen; : Subdivision $22.7(10.( HLTEKFLQ"WASIII1K. J
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COMBINATION : 2.59 acres on SR 225 from from Mr.< and Mrs.
: .: Mr. and Mrs. James I I.. Pat-

: ., terson to Mr. and Mrs. Lacy __ ______u_.. .. .. .._ s
: DIAL DIRECT TODAY AND GET :: Ivol Whitt $12,600. gt :::x.oIe::::>':" .;.:<.:<.;. :::.:.: ::::;:::;::;::::: :::::::;:::: :::;: ::;:;:;:::::;:;:;:::::;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::
20 acres of land from Mr.

: A FAST ACTION. CLASSIFIED 7:,: and M. Odom Mrs. $2,000 UJ. Kite to Phillip I Wonc! r What Happened f Syah Killrr'111 I'ln \\" liLOW

I 37 acres of land from Mr. To That Drink? |f ::1 '\lI"'rI.\o I rlxldrrhon ,
YOU. :
: AD WORKING FOR : and Mrs. J.P. Odom to Mr. ,
and Mrs. L.J. Kite, $32,400. .t I hxhhsb, :;: rlnaPIrnllu'rdun
SS, 2 lots In Santa Fe Shores I" ,
.. e: from Sophie Wolf to Mr. and By llarvo I'. OlsenA coordinate the muscle: pits 1'"" rlun 11.1111."I II
ee I Mrs. Thomas L. Harrelson of of the body--Inloxll'ntlon his. I I",. I..i.(.,'I t and
: Jax. $4,800. great deal of misunder- sot In. I.i.,,.,,
i 40 acres of land and 3 lots standing concerning the use of I'" i nl.l' ? III Ili" ", "
Ztt4rgruple In l.awtey from the estate of alcohol stems from the fact Thus the dOK'i of intoxication ( \ I I.., silk,
: John It. Itye of reward Coun- that the 75 million or so users or the effects we 'receive C ii.l. ,Ii'" II
I ty to 1 D.L. Shuford. 10000. of alcoholic beverages have from alcohol, depend

.............................................e: One lot of land from_ Lucille. .. to little the knowledge alcohol after of what It; has happens la-en moiuit solely! we upon drink two and thI>..;fs Uie, the lengthof n-

: :.:.:.:,:.;.:.;:.x.:,:::,:::::::-::;::::::::;::: ::::::::::::: ::: ;:::::::::::::::;;:';'.::- : :::;;':I::' :;'I".w 7 <<: .u.mW':, : m- uuuu.MY.I : .l care.consumed, and few apparently; time between drinks. .LOW S188WWAS400U

3 Suppose an average man/ 01 TRICK - -
NOTICE Those who Imbibe re<:nid- 150 pounds drinks tI"lie I i iI less of how little how much or of whisky rather, rnpldl) When (
3 how often, concern themselves, diluted in his laId), this will
f principally with only ono thoughtthe give about .ur. |x-r cent alcohol -
effect. Hut I If wo are to In the bland I 01 (n. parts
Outside try to understand anything about alcohol In 10,1)00) parts blood. 30" Automatic
Rangeo
I To Property Owners :: drinking, and we all should at The .on per cent will not dam.,
r least be Interested In ,
our own ago tissues of he( heart, kidney -
r;: body functions there are a liver or I brain, but Is
: few fundamentals we really enough Ui Interfere with the

I Any Municipality fl.;.: ought to know. ter.work of the highest brain (cen t ---I I ALL PORCELAIN AUTOMATIC

ff :::;, First, then what Is alcohol' "
Science hits learned there, are As (the amount of .ilcoliol In NO MATCHES
hundreds (of compounds \belonging the blood stream Is Increased. .. 1 LIFE TIME BURNER
J.I Every Person constructing any new to the general class of alcohols Impairment of Ixitlllj' functions o 0 :,a o 0
I ; ORs
such as ethyl, methyl is Increased: .40 per I cent CHOICE CF WHITE
butyl; Isopropyl etc., but the alcohol, or 40 making addition or moving in a one contained In all alcoholic the man lose consciousness-
I building, an beverages, ethyl alcohol Is that hc's dead! drunk It I Likes morethan I
with which we shall concern a pint of whisky for the'

I Mobile Home must obtain a building permit oursclved average-sized so drunk. !Should man his blood to become contain "I

I I per cent alcohol', or ID''') +
JoU\yllllcohol: \ Is a Olin, color- parts alcuhol to lO.nno nail*
in the Tax Assessor's Office Court- less fluid about one-fifth I lighter blood death Is Inevitable,,
I than water with a rather 1i9Slade
but a powerful f burn- -
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I aUele I In Its pure state 'I 1 he body can oxidize onl I) I -- tI
house. It tine a strong attraction for n limited amount of alcohol : I
i I water and will draw water vn- In any given Umo--Uie( amount
i por from the air. All alcohols: for Instance, In one ounce of l ----'
I are Intoxicatingthey cnn make inn-proof wMshy', CiO:; ) I per cent
f people dank or polvwi them.\ alcohol) In an hour for the,
must also check the Zoning of the average: man If alcohol Is taken -
: I They In al a faster rate than
Now, knowing the "agent"with the body can tike care of It,
::3 which you are dealing, the im-oxldlzed excess accumulates !-
I Area not including any Municipality. what happened to that drink' In the blood stream
As with other drinks the Is carried to the brain and
alcohol goes Into the stomach: brings about Intoxication. \Miwi
I and most of It Into (lie lower drinking stops and all alcohol
Gas
I Intestine since the walls of Is either absorbed Into the blood

COST OF PERMITUp the stomach It. Since Are alcohol slow In does absorbing sir miner elm or already disposed mentioned.of In the

not through\\ digestive processes
go continuing' ', oxidation steadily
It Is absorbed ImmP 1
2.50 M reduces the alcohol
to $ 1000. $ per lately Into the blood stream. and signs of drunkenness dis-

appear In the reverse order
From $1,001 to 15,000. 2.00 per M The blood stream rarrles of their appearance, either And Appliances
i mist' of the alcohol to the brain, leaving no ill-effects whatsoever -
: From $15,001 to 50,000. 1.50 per M where it hits the highest brain or the well-know hangover the\ -
center Impairing judgement again depending upon
1.00 per M which brings on Improper behavior amount of alcohol consumed!
From $50,001 up AI the alcoholic con- and lie( length of time taken

tent of the blood Is increased, for the drinking PHONE 964-7701
further Impairment to the brain 332 WEST MADISON ST.

JOHN TORODE, Chairman, results In poor muscular control further Information' on tile I
slurred speech hands not problems of alcoholism, free,
Bradford County Zoning Board. worWng well together legs for the, asking write: (\,1',, Box I
wobbly--Uie brain, now anaesthetized 1117, ,Avon (Park, Fin
> >fSffiVftfffffl>fSf f >SSifffSfSffSf $ Is unable to wholly
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Br: EDM BUMfcardRev.

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and Mrs. Don Dental!
accompanied a group of MYf
members to Sub District meet-
Ing in Lake City. Those attending
were Dean and Dal PLUS *W GREEN
Traylor, Lamar Priest. Dabble
and Sherrl Napier, Greg
pyal. Pam Ty*. George Fa.
rcin. Cindy Duck and Randy
Gaskins. 1M1S
The WSCS met Tuesday eve- I
ning of last week !at the home r
of Mrs. Robert E. Lee with
ten present.
Lawtey Homemakers Club }
met at the home of Mrs. Max goon stow
Newport last Thursday. The
meeting was called to order .

and the devotional.Miss Enxa The Blanchard Agent.Miss led / PRICES GOOD THUR., JAN. 28 Thru SUN., JAN. 31

Martha Sue McCain. Installed
officers. After the meeting adjourned W-D BRAND E-Z CARVE
the hostess served
brunch and a pleasant social.

hour CHURCH was enjoyed.ACTIVITIES RIB I "OVEN READY" ,- j i] I

Grace United Methodist: Sunday Ir
School, 9:45: a.m. Worship
services 11 a.m. and 7:30: P.nu
MYF Tuesday. 7 p.m. Choir A I r
practice 6:30: ,Wednesday Prayer .1
I f.
Meeting, 7:30.: yt: t
Church of God: Sunday School 1 _
10 a.m. Worship services 11 (
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.Family night ti.\
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. ,
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45: a.m. Worship ser S- I
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
Meeting Wednesday 7 P.m r
followed by choir practice.Several 1 ,
members of the Churclare /t. ....
attending Preachers Deacons (:. A:;::;;;; :::::::::::.-.,_. .... = =---.-..--.. = -_.i"'........ <.-.-;-- .--- ----*----.-.;....-."-",-.---.- I II ,"
and Teachers Conference "' - at Camp Zion In Myrtle, Miss \ ;. I
OBADI "A" OR
this week. Included are the FLORIDA \ __ lOc OFF SAVI 30c ALL GRINDS
Pastor. Rev. Raymond Caudill, SHIPPED FRESH .1'
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Austin, W-D BRAND U'DACNO'CI' V j l '
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise,Miss I FRYER ; CHEERDETERGENT 4 ASTOR :
Dianne Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Richard Norman, Miss Sue CHUCK I
Kirkland Miss Linda Padgett
and Roger Eunice. "'J ; COFFEE
1
PERSONALSFriends PARTS I
STEAKS
of Mrs. P.L. Din- f Limit I of your choic with S7 30 or more I t Limit 1 with $7.50 or men purchai
kins are pleased to learn that I pw.cha. ..ludmo cilia..".,. > .Deluding cilia'.".".
she Is recuperating at home 4 BREAST W/RIBS/ DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS HUE, WHITE I ,
after several weeks in Bradford (.
r I OR COLD WATER I : SAVE ,
County Hospital Starke. IRRDwDetergent
We are all glad to know that \ BACKS ; ; !
24e
Joey Bennett is improving in
Bradford County Hospital after LB15C SAVE a0er I I
undergoing an appendec- t;., .9 I
tomy. We hope he will soon aa'39c
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be at home again. \ I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phil- ,
lips Earl and Byron of Jack I:j r. .
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sonville were Sunday visitors .. /
of Mrs. O.J. Phillips. l8.
., 49.oz. 1.LB.
Miss Arthurine Blanchard I
spent the weekend with Miss ') PKG CAN
C. ;
Enza Blanchard. .,

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Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.D. 1\-\-W.".. _.- .._.>__ .,______ '.:" -..:-. .... .__ M"___. __
Dobbs on Sunday were her brothers -
and sister-in-law and

,nephew, Lester Roberts, Mr. QUAKE QUICK*REGULAR limit 2.,/$7,30 or moi pur...d.d.,. KRAFT 1000 ISLAND SALAD FRISKIESDOO USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF BONELESS DcLMONICO

and Roberts Mrs.Shep, all Roberts of Providence.,and Willie Oats 28C 3j $100 Food .7 Ns$1 lDEL Steaks .T$149
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews .151,?- Dressing : ;. : ;
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W.I I. Richardson in Orange SAVE I 18c. DELMONTE SLICES A HALVESPeaches STOKELY MONTE GREEN WeD BRAND GROUND HANOI.PAK! STEW

Park Sunday. Pierce afternoon.Mrs. Crews.and Mr. 3 $100 5 s$1 Peas 4 $100 Meat 89C
and Mrs. W.F. Atwood attendedthe CANS Catsup CN3 LB
wedding of Miss Rita Ellington -
of Graham and Will NESTLES NESCAFE INSTANTCoffee VO-3 HAIR W-D BRAND PURE GROUND((10-IBS. $499))

ham Rogers Baptist of Ralford Church.In the Gra- Quik i 78 I $139 88c Beef SAVE 70e 3 $159LIQUID I
o: Spray Pro..
Mrs. W.F. Moore of Lawteyand e e CAN e CAN I
Mrs. Jewel Wade of Tam
pa gave a party honoring their DETERGENT KLEENEX REGULAR 4 DESIGNTowels DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGEBread FRESH HALF OR WHOLE PORK

celebration sister, Miss at of Rachel the her birthday Lake Boyer Shore anniversary In- Ivory E48c 4'ss' L $1 2 ,859 Hams LB 59C

Woman's Club in Jacksonville

on Sunday afternoon. .
-
Mrs. Ernest Wells has returned '
after several weeks visit
with Mr. and Mrs. E.B. DUNCAN MINES LAYER /
Wells. Ernie and Will, in Hunt-
vllle, Ala. LAND O' THRIFTY VINE
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodges CAKE
Wanda, Terry and Carolyn tii SUNSHINEBUTTER MAID"MIXES RIPE
of Jacksonville were Sunday a4
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.C.
Kelley and family, and spent v.n ei NUUD 1
the afternoon. I SUGAR TOMATOES
Mrs. A.C. Pearce spent Sun- (l

Sapp day with and Leslie Mr. and In Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Wallen. V limit 2 with$7 50 or men purchot. limit 1 ol thole_//J7.SO or mars purchaw.uL cigar.H.c.SAVE I

and Mrs. ILL. Cotton of t ii excluding cigarn.. DIXIE SAVE 20c
Hawthorne visited Mr.and Mrs. 11 CRYSTAL
Paul Dtnkins Sunday afternoon.Mr. '( 3SC SUGAR
and Mrs. T.V.Duck spent i !
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. ,. SAVE lie i
Vera. Brooklns in ColumbusGa. i M,."a $ 1 41 S.Lb'49c

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Godwin 1.LB.
of Gainesville and Mr.and Mrs. j
Quincy GodwJnofLakelandwere PKG.
visiting Mr. and Mrs.J.H. Eu- .; 5
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(Qtra.)
nice and family during the week ;;..
Mrs. Annie Morris and Mrs. "KG' LB.
Thelma Ruin were visiting Mrs.
Ruls' sister, Mrs. Mamie \ I BAG
Futch, Saturday. :B-
Mr. and Mrs. Ronny McClel-

lan Paul and Darren Jestup and, a.'-'N'''''''-'-..''.'.''..,a ."'.. ". ,a
Ga. were visitors of Mr.
Mrs. Lane Carter, and son
Charles and Danny, Norman .. ... RUSSET
Quantity Right R .d SN1WINK .
In Miami over the weekend. DI.II 0.", INC.-COntlOMT-171 U.
Mrs. Earl S. Brown of Birmingham SAVE lie FRENCH FRIED
Ala. Is visiting her Ia,
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward L. Kaiser Potatoes 5 a G 68 W-D DELICIOUS BEEF Potatoes------.69, ,
for a while. .
Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Priest
and Lamar attended the Golden TASTE a SEA LARGE FISH GOLDEN RIPE
Wedding Anniversary of Mr. AKETTK
and Mrs. Murrey Williams In SAVE
SticksSAVI 'KG.68e Bananas 10C10C
Wellborn on Sunday. 1.C. IB.
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I lie, .MORTON POUND OR GERMAN FRESH GREEN


DR.OPTOMETRIST D. W. WHIPFEN Choc. Cake 2 FOR $ b 1 I a I Cabbage HEAD


Announces he la now In SAVI I7c. ..MORTON 3 COURSE CHICKEN 4 DUMP LINOS.CHICKEN.TURKEY&SALISBURY BEIF HARVEST FRESH SWEET


, his new'Located offices.At Dinners. 21512 58cSAYE .C Potatoes 4 I... 59

207 S. Walnut Street :
Phono-964-6311 IROSIVI INTERNATIONAL VSO.HAWAIIAN.. PARISIAN, ,MEXICAN.SAVASIANIJAPANESE I 1 c i WASHINGTON 1TATI RED CHI OOiDEN


Starke. Fla. Dinners *;.... 2 FOR 88c 1602.PKO... Apples '.' 10 FOR 89c

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',,;::!" :ILJJLJLE1III a:aMMMPMMHMaMI: :"1J:";:'..1 (Mt..t, row 111011 NOTICETO intersection of 199 east of State
I '!'h. Hoard <>t County Com.mlpafoncrs BIDDERS Prison Farm, Sealed bids will reject any and all bids
;; 1 of Bradford. County be received until April 1st.
301 Florida will rvrolvB *.1.11 Mill
CommunityNews .or t .K:10..bruary A. M.lie on the 1171.mornlnit In the The New River Congregation Those Interested in !submitting 1/28--4t---218TYPEWRITERS
offlr* of the County/ Commli- al Methodist Church Is for sale a bid may contact M.M.
loner.* In the Bradford 'ounty' to the highest and best bidder. Crlffis, phone 4311354.: The : Manual DRIVE-IN: THEATREShow 4h Courthouse. followingThin murk: Florida for Location on Road 125 at the church reserves the right to Bntlford Electric. For County sale Ttlegrmph.er rent. _
bill will b. forth* your :
be Inning February 3. 1171 -
jilt umllnfr January 91: 1972Thla .
Show Begins Al Sundown 7:00: Hid will b. considered "
Sunday 3:00: Saturday ] :00 .a 1.a 1t""I.parkana. Dunollno bid. not I... Coming To Starke In February
Fri. Sat.-Jan, '. than 94 Orlane.,
29,30
Double Feature .n. Sat Sun.-Jan.29. 30. 31 By Elizabeth (;liven Walker 3 2,. Motor Utesel l Oil Fuel C'une No. Lots 2 In 14 WI

.....- __ .. ........................__.. Quart cans and BR trillion. drum
Double Feature .nnn...r..,.__" <-"_....'."-.n.X<< vice ClaHnirtintluna f>3: Avail. Appliance ServicePHONE
al>ln In HAH Urn d OH lOW
RECREATION NEWS Interested In Improving skills through 40W Thin oil In to
The ultimate The Starke Recreation Dept. in reading, writing, math or meet. reiiulremonla under pwrvlrolua of enRlnonopfTfttlnir -
Escape Film will hold its Annual Falcon working toward a diploma may situations. T> K This oil In to
r '. Homecoming Parade, Saturday enroll. For information call nu'iit iilrikMHntn, ." for militnrvapacificntiane
Jan. 30, beginning at I p.m. 964-6105, 984-6683or964.7713. for tiltth output Mil diesel-) 1,41193 finidnotranlKHHC : PHONE 964-8057
Bands featured are Bradford nil It Hhllll nl.oincut
High School, and Florida A&M THOUGHT FOR TIlE WEEK the "lnIlCU"u.o.'a for series 3 lub-racQijimendiitlnnH -
: High School, Tallahassee. The Proverbs, 23rdChapter,Ver- rlcutlon \\ eS
Homecoming 4. Motor Oil In rna lottt. 24
activities will be ses 29-32. quart uinHiintl 66 Ration \ PQQa 1
climaxed with a double header Who hath woe? Who hath sor- V'I moot API xirvlroclaim C VieSe d
basketball game, the Hawks row? Who hath contentions?Who M* and UU uvull0,1. I \
1 0 8AR Grade lOW throUKlt seh
LEE and Falcons vs The Lions and hath babbling Who hath wounds 40 Wand meat military nni>uIflratlnna "u '(o.f:\)
Wildcats of Daytona Beach. without cause? Who hath red- M 11.1.-2104 A.
.
MARVIN"MONTE Game time 8 r>. All purpose,, icnaau. oil.irrfidf
p.m. at the RJE ness of eyes'lThey 10 and 140. 6 Kallon
Gym. that tarry long at the and D'I Ration drum Hour lutirloaH -
WALSH" nitint' meet' M I L-l 2103nixrlflonlUina. RangeS
,
wine; they that go to seek mixed Reh\gerator\
A .. CHURCH NEWS ..
R.jl W
t.m wine. (fIultl'PIIM".O I Rron n In 35 e Washer Dryer
,
ACINIMA UNTIL MIMSmSlNIAtlON Greater Bethlehem Free WIl Look not thou upon the wine pound contntnerland UU pound ; -a
MN4MSION\!\ -and UCHNICOIOI Baptist, Rev. Jasper Williams when it is red, when It giveth containers 7 All No 2 Fuel and K..ro.- 'f % %ANCE
A NAIIONAi GtNllA! HCIUKS HIlAtf* I ;DPI"us. | Pastor. Senior Choir rehear- his colour In the cup whenIt .n.. t to ho autmlled to thcourthniiirp TVIA iEll
: o sal Monday night, 7 p.m. Tues moveth itself aright.At pies Unallh. Cllnlp nirrlrultural and Countyall com- j Air
day: night Choir No.2 and Ushers the last It blteth like a The miooHHful lildilor will COTldit.
-, Board No. 2 will ptirrhnae.' fnom the DreiutiUmippli'r. loner
4 meet.Wednes- serpent, and stlngeth like an I all under rounajiiulpmvnt TV
day night prayer meeting. adder. at major oil company
Thursday night Ladles Circle Red wine in Cannan was looked prlctin lirMird. 1 the right Fast
Eal&v will meet at the home of Mrs. upon as the best wine and it *o The rol'ot any reserves or all bids. .
Anne B. Mosley. Friday night was also called the blood of CSF.AL: Fast
X Brown
(jlHi Tt
the Men's Choir will rehearseat the great. Covet not that which gilbert 8. Drown. ('Je.k '-0",.
7:30: Prayer Band will meetat blessed but let thy serious 1-21 It 1-28
the home of Sister Prince. thoughts convince thee that what Cost.
Friday and Saturday the Jun- seems delightful really hurt- Ct//
7IOTteIA TO ninnpn:
ior Ushers Board will sell In ful. Hid r.. I
Seal will !h. received
the klt.-h..n. .. runn..._ .... Pct .tc. I
------ -- -- ---. .- n..di By: Rev. Leroy Davis UD to and nut later than Ffh- "'.
IV, 1071 for refuge pl-k 9.
nary
COLOR:SyOeluie", ready to serve at 12 noon. up In the City limit of Hampton :: R 1 5,50'
Sunday Is Education Day at CORONATION PROGRAMThe One pick un a week nay ,
Sun., Mon.-1 a n, 31- !;(;!>!i.< n Umt Artists Sunday School at 9:30 day *"c..nt Tuondnv and Thur. a, .
at 11 Coronation
: program one COMMERCIAL
Bidder
day moat specify whatday I
1" C
Feb.
1
Plus a.m. Deacon McCutchen will of the featured activities of ha will pick. up ;_
Double Feature speak. At 6 p.m. the all male the Reno Recreation Dept. will Hampton.All hid.Flu Railed 32044 I to Box SCO. ( cREFRIGERATION ALSO i
Adults- Adm. choir will render song ser- be held Thursday night(tonight) Rids will be opened 1 j jlI'nll1'P
$I.OO Lee Van Clecf vice.Ebenezer at 8 p.m. In RJE gym. The City Potirunry Hall 8. 1))>71 at 1 21 Ilnmpton 3t! 2.4 j je
SHOWS TWICE 4 in Baptist Church: public Is invited to attend.
FIRST AT 7 PM Monday night Bible Class 7:30.::
SABATATHE[ Thursday Prayer meeting 7:30.:
Fifth Sunday Union will be held
THEY'RELEARNING I at Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church, Keystone. e
Greater Allen Chapel AME
FAST Church, Rev. C.E.Jenkins Pas-
tor. Sunday School 10 a.m. oo
HOSPITAL Missionary service will beheldat
11 with Mt. Zion, Lawtey,
IS
rID t ONE worshiping with us. Services
THINO.I will terminate with 11 o'clock
I Mf worship. FAI R

PRIVATELIFE'S GIRL SCOUTS

r (',.1 Troop 626 will hold Its regular -
L. I meeting every Tuesdayat
ANOTHER
5 p.m. All girls are askedto
e be on time. Parents
tI are In-


tI.1 jJjY I SCHOOL vited.Adult classes NEWS are being held ll'm'J/UM''UIH.I' / '' ''WJ JMJ.g'; lM./llt'liliff1t/ | mnffjitjsticio tow< :.MCIONILISS

Monday and Wednesday nightat ANT VMiMSKINLESS GMINDIll VVrAMIUCn
nunPlus! H Ul1 $ RJE and vo-Tech. All adults DINNER Cubed < !

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CHUCK cones CHUCKrm"m l! SLICED PORK 1/4 LOIN rlnnrcu

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STEAKS ROAST CHOPSANANAS


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I Tissue ,.
Bonus Buy rilSH rilMHIADS.

PANTRY PRIDE CABBAGE.................... 6i

2 ROLL 24 All PUROSI LATINO Oa COOKING

PACK APPLES .41A:45


_tvtiroti tow_nit t' fvfimr ittrnicffl mint? low mci'VivfirMr i w Mict>iiirrir .r tour matl ivnint iow > <
Jose M. Antuna has plenty of desired elevation and then the : '

reason to be pleased with his elecpumps automatically take care of PECAN WHITE
trically driven drainage pumps. our drainage day and night: CINNAMON j PORK & 9
He's in charge of one of the largest Mr. Antuna is planning to double MACARONI LINERS BEANS POTATOES

sugar plantations in Florida. And his electrically driven drainage t '
that calls for a large amount of pumps in the near future. Can you _

drainage.done quickly, efficientprofit from his experience by using -
ly and economically. electricity for automatic drainage W rDir iow HKI> mi r i w mat v fvuruv i w HKIH tvnntt iow nut> Ill/Ii J+/iI++Arwj+Il'+ .

Mr. Antuna says ".?.operation is ? Or> for efficient and lowcostsimplified L 7
with electric power. We irrigation? Check with your local Pantry Pride *< IttlMMKIFYNE BAKKSHORTENING milv Sli* VO-5 "f APRIL
can set the float switches to the equipment dealer. 1 : SHRIMPMINIATUHIS FRENCH PIES SHAMPOO I SHOWERS
.... COFFEE
t .r-1=III r FRIES .,

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Students In the nation. Not only .... w. Dr. Fordyce .
r"1 grow hardy fruits In the northern -
and central part of the Describes Growl
Enter Legion state, but the moat tropical
fruits are produced In the southern Of Santa Fe JC LORIDA GARDEN "URSERY

Oratory Contest area. The growth of Santa Fe Jun-l '

Most people are aware. of same> plants we use in south Truly to there Florida is no state in com- lor College from 0 to ,500lstudents EST CENTER
parable that
:Five Bradford High School style changes In clothes, cars Florida, but your local nurseryman so in less than five years -
and architecture however many types of plants are grown was described by Dr. Joseph ONIROIt )
students will compete In the ; few can advise you on within the confines of the AND PET SUPPLIES
state.
34th annual National H1 'School are aware of the fact that styles what to use.Secondly Fordyce, president of the college -

Oratorical Contest sponsored change In landscaping, toot landscaping should what No matter your financial where you status live,there, or at the Starke Rotary meetIng CMMKUCa Phone 964-5745 S29E. Call St.

locally by American Leglon| Landscaping today Is mor.openand achieve good living. It need not U beauty; within the reach of January 20.
Post 86.The simple so you can enjoy be expensive, or require a lot Look at home The talk was Illustrated by
students will tint com- the Individual characteristicsand of work to maintain when pro everyone. your projected drawings of the col SPRAY AZALEAS
and if ON
OUR
grounds they need color
lete. ... at the regular Post 58I.NUne beauty; of each plant, says perly designed, you'll find you lege's new physical plant now
'and added livability, plan to
on February 9 at 7:30: President Richard C. Johnsonof can have a nice colorful garden ; under construction on a beautiful NURSEYSPECIALS NOW TO PREVENT
started .. .
get right .
the Florida Nurserymen away. ; site near 1-75 north of
Ar- and
n. In the National Guard Growers with colorful shrubs, as well you'll find your property; Increases PETAL BLIGHT USE
Association Gainesville.
jry on Edwards Road. Three aa many annuals,perennials and
) While landscaping la at- bulbous plants. In value as the plank Dr. Fordyce emphasized the TODAY1' r ORTIIO PHALTAN

enalderededlbestequalified torentsent It la not Just to look at- Third, every property should growl wide variety; of courses. no*

Post 56 at the district it should be factional and con have certain outstanding flowers being offered by the college Spring Seed Available
tribute to family Centered to the citizens of the Starke
living.
In season. Azaleas, Gardenias '
Gainesville during the
reel/leek of In February 13. around the patio, there Hibiscus, Ixora, Jac- 7?< area In classes being held at FRUIT TREES soon. Peas, Beans, Corn,

The five students are Donna are three things landscaping aranda, Farklnsonlas, Golden the Middle School here. Cre Grass Seed and Many More
should aChieve. ine first of Old dit courses Include general biology
Cathy Faullmer, Rain -- these all make a lot
:hrtstopher,
< Johnson, Rebecca McMillan these Is color., Plants should of show In season. Be sure psychology, humanities, FLOWERING SHADE.
rley
be set out to provide and several others, as well as '
year plants suitable for the
: and Walter Prevatt. you use TREES FLA. IF IT SCONTROL
round
color -- using various non-credit courses such as
of Mrs. climate In your own vicinity.In .
Under the tutllage
trees, shrubs, -etc. Plants 1 "powder puff auto mechanics"for PEST
JuUa Fuller, BUS speech In. addition to flowering trees SEVERAL SIZES PEAT
which bloom at different women, gourmet cooking, "
the students have sea remember that fruit trees are
ntructor,
hours of hard work pre- sons. Of course In northern dual in purpose many, of them income preparation, flower U..S9c

many irlng for the contest, accordIng Florida we can not use the, have beautiful flowers,and produce "When you keep in step arranging The and art introduced AND PRICES TO CHOOSE FROM 5 BU..-83 ] CALL US
speaker was
to Oratorical Chairman good fruit for your enjoy with yourself, you don't haveto TODAYet.I
by Guy Andrews member ,
a
Titus of Post 56. Speech ment. Florida perhaps has the about the rest of the
Bryce
worry .
rtlaafh
l The ClrriiU Court of the college board of directors
widest of fruit choices
were drafted for class J..itlrlnl Circuit Of Florid. all range parade." from Bradford County
credit and re-edited for presentation And Poe llrndtoril. County ;
.
.
Alf
dill Anion ( n e :II.
to the class. !Mnrlone Sttimn Addnon.
.f.'f"jf::
During a November visit tc pimntlff.vn- Arthur Irvine :
.Addlann ;Jr. rmf.ndant2Vntlr _r: _
the class Titus explained the 01 .Hult- N.. Prontrt, .
rules and regulations that would TO: Arthur Irving A4dllon.J e-r e "

have to be met for students tc herrhv! notified that \ VINYL .1\.1I '
You are } 0) GAL. \ .r 11'11
participate( In the national contest an ncllon for l\orr. has been & UG\l1\
which emphasizes the dut- flirt allaln..t. YOU and yoU erarenulr.d PAINT
to nerve a cony of EPOxY
IIM and obligations of a citizen your written defnnMK,. If arv CRYIIC .
of the national government.In to It. on the plalntlf .attorney. -
who. nam" and 'sddr.e's
addition to the prepared U. florae. H. Pierce, 101-lOa
Breeches, each contestant will H Temnls Av, H*.rk I. FlorIda '
and flU the orl.ln- Say
nzOOl .
r>|eak extemporaneously on one al with the clerk red the' -boveatylod ,IS&e- '
U seven preselected subjectsU court on or before Feb I -; i '
t')
; .
.
1D71 : othsrwIiHi ajX'mlnt .
r which consideration will bei maY 1 bl entered : 1 .. +
glen by the Judges in deter- "aln..l you for the relief demanded : ::: j MM
n nlng the winner. In the complaint or' "',., .'--""" IV '''''.l\J\ J iIt .

lie public Is Invited to at- "'wiinl'mi{ : : mY hand ana the tt\\ .
ta d. Post 56 Commander Bill anal. nr .Rld Court on. D.c.n- MMftv oitcouMt trains
.
Sc gglna says.rji her 30. 1010. :.:.:.:.::: ........ :::
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-, ,((9RAM..Inm.n' Clerk. 73.ot Green Rnld. Court ,...':.:..':.:.:.':.:.:.:...:.:...':. \I\I'ft' \ <. ............:.............*.....:.%.:S:>.:..:.: BAY A SATURDAY .
.
.. .
>. Countr. Jitil..'. c"faVIt *- Bv H.ulah M MoodyA. :.. .. ............ 0" FABULOUS SAVINGS' ,t/ I _(OVER' _UW_
... ,\.eI i"Fur Prnbnt.C. ....dln.d. <: ', Deputy Clerk 1.1t 1.21 :::':'::::::" \ ..::::.:::::: 1 I ft FASTEST

,Mn... q.. [master chdra* PLUS GREAT SPECIAL CROWING
to I..: K. .t. of Are E. MoIU.I In Th.. ('I..... Co.rt Of ".....- 3 ; : .. FAMIt-t
Del: : lard <'ona.". .'ll"c".i, N-i ; 27tl FIRESIDE SNACK/ CRACKERS .. I DISCOUNT
A I ice Tn (Creditor, the KntftK. Alon.o Uinnl. ", .. >.- TUBE CAULKING' ; EVERY ONE' STORES
/ creditor of *f E M..Rt. d.eeas'sd ere Defendant I I.I CARTRIDOI I SSl BBB IN FLORIDA
., r n liri ". und' or required demands to Tor?n-CryS..AnlnSv.tt. Nor- I CAULK 79C 1MB
claims tilE
fin tInY &
*vr they mar have ...vikln.tlBt rl.. : Whoa. Uoald.no. la Unknown 7 TUB rl....l.ly D. SOUTH'EASTERN
U.. t. In the "'"'nr.dfor.*l "'" ((6 OZ.) '
"t that action
an
notified
Cotaty( ...'*,**. rBlSrS. :. r1orti'li'! '! court.horn. .. You for are divorce hall bean filed. YOUt CHOICII SOCKS STATES ,
a.t. with you and you are reSJtred SOID MIAMI -
in .1"1 "RI.n"R l months from, to nerve a copy of your 5 lB. PATCHINGfpusm ) ,, AT 1,75
the dale. "t tho tint pubuIea! written defeniM.. If any whoee t1J! L : : : '{ ae 170} NW. 2 Ave.
tI'". nr thus. nolh. turnlahmga or i Plaintiff' Attorney. OR Yi PT. U ::' ua 'il1 120 N. Mi.mi Ay*.
3<0
th..r t" Drawer
copy : l..lVA-.fl.rS.. ru" !I. PO., beforeP.brunry // \ ISM' S.W. St.
HI', .. P.O. nu" St. Florida on or .
mY reiilil.nt. anent. U. 1911 and Mlle h. VINYl SPACKLING'j, .520 5.W. 1 St.
J-aTh claim, or demand mii.tI. original with the Clerk of title 3530 S.W. 22 Jr.C.r.l .
.. unit muM Mn'n ,vlce \ -, I:
In wrlllnu ro.Trt either before .n sn.r : W.y er 17th
of renlilvne.. "n.I! """{ or I Immedle.teiV '- COMPOUND 1
Attornoy
this plane Pint nUff'e mlSi
:
II 3.00 M.w. 25 Ave.
of th* otnerwiii a
.. claimant
"Ie. adore'se( thereafter :
end- mu.t h" w..rn. to bv theto'rM5ntor default will l... entered ...aln.' .t -. .-. I :: .20* M.W. 27 Aye.
|
.aunt. or hi. at- demanded InlhWaSSI"1mr BO-PKP 'T lr .
.
I hi. you for ilia relief : ., .301 N.W. 7 Ave.lUJIS.Di.i.Hwv.
It will become void 1\\ J .:: :. J .: __..c ... Wa'hab' ;::- .
icn.r Jinuarv
"AAOr.:; Jr. Executor of dRY of January 1 T1."omlrrt /H e duty liquid --"": .... ""'wutatElEt MEH'S--- ;; : 2710 N.W. 7* St.

thV .tale of Are E. atoll* dei :I I!; 8. nrown. As Clerkof t Cleaner. I IOT ; and.lartiew*, ,.: WHITE -:::J Jji:: 310' W.FI. I" *'
Court '! -. .. Front DRESS : 1721 B><| KM*
d. Ihe Circuit .
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<: /LIMIT MoC.1tB.kSlip.
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aPe'1JI SHIRTS
Ii i 'it publication on January Hv n.nlHh M. Moody : 1I"ch.cJ' i i. '" :: 1051; *.rrf 4
1 forth, '
1$1.n n "3.14 Deputy Clerk,1 t.4 'BoP" ._--. nlllt /look! .MANINT PRtSf .;::. :: OPAtOCKA1400J
: w" : Short .;:::
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.; Nury. : .
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I''or.d 1 :
.L \ D in 'NeY., ',on' : ::: SOUTH'' MIAMI
I Kid !10"
wa.r Th. ron & ,
Cotton1 ,
,
Ih.m 'for af her Siu.1 to It. '. ., ,. $W4Sl.tl .J .
YOU
II'al
school snacks) 3 -I7. HULEAH -
GAINESVILLE YOU SAY, .." 1 10 Hwleeh Drive
r? 1050 W. 2* St.It .
,
-L @( .mj'I'OO NORTH W.4hSl-MIAMI.

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Business .
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Directory I > ,\ 125 Nl Av.
FATIGUE MATS >* 'i K.MIAMI BEACH
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BRASINGTON Johnson & Fans, Inc. X 17" ._-.. "' '',''''' 303* J.hn.w Sf.

CiOIULAC OLDSMOBILB 4EEM PLANTS ., : : LADIES'I W.HOLLYWOOD)7.tNW.) : Av..

BALES SERVICE insecticides- Pet Sop,Uea LJfJ /k CARDJGJNEA1ERS: ItO' J. 5l.t J,7
FIi'h''. Belectlra *t Used CanT FERTILIZERS ( j to 'f'l TURTLE NECKPULLOVERS ft.

ilea Om CaiHIae Trades We Rent Fertilizer Spreader "SOLO COZY CUPS h Tl;; Full,, .......... .FA, tAUDEROALE13SNW40Ave.' .
11
1091' N.W. Uth: Ph. 17S-SM1 Orion Acrylic in hand PI ,
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224 N.W. BOa Ph. I7S-047t "" Lifetime; .holder. & 3 JJ .100% Acrylic, Choo. .* washable, bulky cable. .i\\ 2S07 D.vir 1.4.
.... _, 1 .i' \ 1023 NW* Ave.3270N.Si.ieM..
-f GLASS d coty cup* ,1 ..1,,,, >- either' pallet or whit Popular I colors. Af&& .7

B-irkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA : -- :. :?: ?r Fullaahioned I horlleeve Sue, S to XL. / 'iflJJ71 50.1 N 1SAv, .
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1 *. back neck
} # r 272M.Oi
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LIDDELL LEIECTR1C \.). .) upper.. Come* I In /* Q i5. ALSO IM
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1 wheel drive and ears Glass Company ... /) W.1( ;: YOU SAVI 1.72 YOUUV..O- 14.- ) / '

dales Parts Service kynlM BcKOl

Clean Used Toyotas' "Olan For Every Pnrpoee" (" f1IPJ..1"1f'I't" : \ ,
1700 W. Main J75-128S Store l"ront.M1rrora W( LW J .f :

-I I e Furniture Tub .Tops"! Showers- Glace Replaced ;:. UTILITY TABLES .( /\ I I -;,/.ifl"! .,. .1I l.tt rffcr.

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J I i The..' l CumH Clr: .Vlt Ot, Taa ofKlorlilB 1m. The Clrralt e..... Of Tha In Th. Clrrol: Court Of flor.tin. .
la> Aad Pee Bradford Mlrhrh Jedlrhrl Clrenll. Of Kluhth Jt.1lrlnl, Clrralt !. LESTER JOHNS ROAD Approach $6 Million Mark
CM KlorlUa. !. And Pne Bradford And Far Bradford County. ;
V'r':: ; l nl\lrJ; Edith Mel.hlS Comer. C... ]''f.. Ofll.Wlllla (;.._. Ne
vln. wlfa. Plaintiff v. Hamm. Plaintiffva- R. S. W1111ams and 7)no111. BY MRS. .
Opal .; n OUIa Parl H..mm. Tefendant.NOTICIO Plalnllffa.
.NS m'JD OP HALJB OF 'SUIT .aElliabeih Anne Dou.hmanand In 1969. Mizell '1 lie Association now has more
Notlu. I la haraby given that, TOt Ollla... Pearl Hamm O.orge B. Lan., rwftnd- PINE LEVEL CHURCH the Trl-State out that the $217,500 Juui 1,800 Individual
savings
Durauaivt" to the Final Ju4a- Ad4r. Unknownyou ing to be held
mint antarad In cauaa numbard ara hereby notified thaf. "nNotlca Of Suit _Property Everyone wallo happy at to depositors dur accounts totaling over$4.7mll-
884. In the Circuit Court an action for divorce and 11.. ba.n.fll.d To Ellaabath Ann. Dounhman church last Sunday. Our goal and Friday. the year was equal to the lion and over 500 existing
uf Bradford County Florida. I aajalnat you you are Address Unknown.Cleorna ,... In attendance was 189, but the a large of a good-sized indus-
will Mil the property allualad rariulrad to aerya' a oooy of R Lane Ad In Bradford County, Florldld."rlb.4 \. ruft wrlttan daf.naea.. Shaw If. any, "5oun'Ara Nntltled Lord blessed us and attendance more In the community. $5 million, MIzell reported
At- Har.brtha.t
F.
week.
on Bu an
t.Lots : thefoilowing went to 201. We also had one Demonstrating Its service to
tornay for Plaintiff whoaa ado an action to foraptoaa
Flva t0) and t:1CJ: 1 161. W.ati, Call Rtr.er In Bradford member added the come and Mizell
seven dr.ia la In property new to roll.Brother area, reported that
Block <7>
the annual
The During meeting,
S.O, Box 1011. Stiwka. Florlda.and speakers.
recorded Strickland
I. acoordln to plat XVeiWKnd baptized Federal made 116 mort
file tha orlfflnal with thaClark A lying UMMSEW will be three dlrecton-: Doyle Conner
singing
Pair U. pub.
In Plat Book I. ;
Coun. of tha aboveetvl.d Courton of 8W14. Section l four members Sunday night. loans during 1970, total-
Rio records of B.F. Mizell Jr., and A.J.
ty, Florida, at Bradford publlo Ml a, to or be fora F JuX.m.ntm.S' Townahlp 1 Routh. R.nge The Ladles Prayer Group, so don't miss 1278700. In 1969 the as-
being tsnrtlcularly Thomas Jr.-were re-elected
otnrwlaa a mora ,
lull: Kaat and
rash at
the bidder for
hlnhaat !
foilowai each Sunday night at 6 o'clock. made 103 loans
for
Bradford ba entered "'I"?' you d.acrlhad fta for Holdover directors
the front door of the PERSONALS new terms.
rnuntv CourlhoUM :l rot.l'M" ; for the relief damandcd In the orrnn.reof; e.ctlon19Snnnhrq01flp I Is still growing. Our prayers Mr. and total of 110944085. are S.G, Denmark C.A.
Florida.I Complaint.' 1
between Ind day Wltntaii my hand and theteal th.nc. and hearts really go out for will During the past year, net Roberta John A. Torode RubyB.
and 2:00: PM on the maid Court on It day and 3 recpode Waat Mrs. Lovell who Is home leave Increased .
1171.Otlbart of mlnutaa' } Tiny $1,091,039.-.
of Fahruary' Johns, and Eugene L. Mat-
It fat l" They will be
Brown. Clark of Txcambar. 1970. a distance" of ll>
resting to have ,
8. SEAL) ofb.Blnnln*. From pointcontinuee'rlMouth up a kidney representing a 75% gain
( point and thews.
.a-Bculnh M. Moody Kathy,
Hv Inman D. Oren ; ihua dawrlbad. transplant. Please rememberher the savings Increase for
Deputy CI.rkn.or. d_...... 01 ter for a week.Rev.
It
of Bald Court
.. H. PI.... Aa Clerk .. In your prayers .
We.tof
By Virginia 1" Darby. rnlnutaa and aa eon ? .John
P O. Drawer 1030Stark. '..11IVEY'S of 140 a Jimmy Thornton Is finally
:Daputy Clark 1-7 4t dlKtanra f"-f.to.
[ HOIt
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Florid ,
Cassels .
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were
Nofl'lOirra.a. He -- IV'>
point see. home from the hospital.
1.11 "t 1-11 9 nmintltoi and - - - -
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ends I.tm 2lManca I ot' 4SO was a real sick boy, but I Thursday night
net to a points: run thence think he's on the mend now. some poor DI I
North ID d..r.. ntinuteuand seems. Boy, _
13 aaoonda Ea.t adl.tanraof Others on our prayer list B N
110 feet point: run are: Nellie Hudson, Ralph Mer- to remember.
thtoO.
thence dexre... Oltnlriutaa some parts of
and 17 second. Westlof rift, Mrs. Sam Whitehead,Mrs.
to Suite Myrick, Mrs EffleCros a little touchey.
"
a nr beslnnlnr nave
Wants Eicai tll..rofrom. ""v ,And,.,.. by, and Eddie Dyal. Miss Gayle
Ivey's You To Own >tln Friday night \
Sun-
Non thereof lying within the Our church was blessed
of way of Rtat. Road 1* with beautiful ice Alvarez. :
right day a song sung .
An
IVEY'S CHARGE CARDKey's and Rave And. Excepting l ..ain..Ihjt by Dean Callie III. He also sang Miss Nancy +
r elecityandulno of the Cltv ofJlanv one Sunday night. Our ;young iting In Lake L *
invites to full in and mail the ton. hue Man filed airalnityou choir Is really going places ternoon. \ 111 1 -r-----
you application KlUabath: Ann Douichman Mr. and ; I s'-
and 0.or"" R. Lane and you they are little but loud. The
blank below so we may mail your charge card kre ranulrad to aer\a a copy head and
It sing on Sunday nights.
to you. any'Itwonllthe Plsintlff'.B..t.Nlrn.y. .. The Ladies of our Churchare were
and ed.West Charles, and
whose name J
........."' .... ... Hanrtara. 13< working hard this weekto Marjolre o
...........-Z Call Mtreels Btarka. Flor. get everything In order for ville last -
Wa and file the original with
: Ivey's of Jacksonville the cleric of the bova styled'
Church and Laura St. -i Court 1971 on otherwise or before a JudK.m.ntmay March. I* OPEN' ALL DAY SATURDAY
: bo entered .aln.t you
Jacksonville :32202 for the relief demanded In the DON'T
: APPLICATION" FOR CREDIT I Complaint
/REAL' )
: ('llIb..t 8. Brown Clerk
Dy noul.h M. Moody 1)eputY
: Date . . . . . . Clerk 1.U tt 2tSJ.

: Full Name (Mr. Mrs. Miss) .1 ..The Cirrus 'o..r' nf "1.tel. 1.- .:

. . . . . . . A.J FoehBradford CoustylCivilAetlan

: Ape. . . .Next of Kin . : cane; 1\1.. k pr ON

I : eseseuesss.ee. . . e. Carol Netic.Lynn 01 Skew Beet. Plaintiff
I lack Shaw 4.- -MATIC BANKING HERE!
: '"Ife's Given Name . . . : vuThomas .

: Home Address . . . . : f'TOBWrna Jr:: Are Jack 3K.W? ... INCOME
nrx.rv.K. 11.. quick
: C1ty..7.one. . . . : .been t led' you lazy-as-a-lounge-chair
State. . . . . . . are .., ..rfl'ro'a"1. copy COMPLETE teller window service! You drive
: Former Street Address. . . : I Any. to"1!'It .1Sr""'* ...ad-.r'SrtS.AJ. If you're burning up about ; from your car seat; and drive
.
: Anderson and ""I" Attornev. taxes, there'f no need to RETURN!
. PI.lntlff. P O. Drawer quick, quick! Best way to bank
see es o . .e..e. for and all hot and bothered. t RTa
I : city & State . . . . : I file ta01.' the Oaln."IFlorid.ortginalwith\' the Clerk on get H & R BLOCK can help auklxsmteilA. ,R n.rlrr work, school, shopping. wher
: bf the above styled Court ./Wlr r going. Try itl!
I : Husband'sEmployer.Positlon et' before 12lh day FlnslJudgement of. put your problems on Ice. nu ns ua
I : March 1911.. otherwise m.v.".be a.nt.red. We'll prepare, check, and
: do.nended a.Nrr BANK HERE!
relief
I : . . e. . . . . : against. you In for tile the Complaint.WltneeC guarantee Your your headaches return for iS
seal
hn.nd and accuracy. p
i : Wife's Employer . . . . of said.. Court mY on this IVth doY will be overt! So see w /

: Position . . . . . 0 of(SEAL January) AD. lU11. BLOCK-you'll be glad we : '-

: Bank. . . . .Account No. : Clerk Gilbert of S.the Brown Circuit Court In. got together

: . . .Savings. . . : and. for Bradford CountY Florida Guarantee. ====accurate. 5 GUAaANTtfWa pepe/etln. every .

Checking . . . . . .e : By Beulah M. Moody. Deputy If we melee. any errors that coat you. any
: Charge' Accounts at : . . . : r-'aKtt'n.,: Crouch. Anderson. and I intereit. we will pay that penalty ..' interest

-- eu es esseuee.e..e..e.e..o P Folds O. Drawer 1307 ,
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: .e . . . . . . : AMERICA'S LARGEST TAX SERVICE WITH OVER
Insurance
Deposit Corp.
: The baby \II Siu.vtng up
Signature .: when he Is old enough to be 118 N. WALNUT of the Florida National Group
. ? . o. . . . assigned his own color on the freezer.'n

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off for a home In the tus C. Hill one of small groupof they all without exception say sight than the streets present y5r '
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beautiful state of Florida. I Chicagoans who are credited they are tired of this continual this moonlight night It U u the cf or. .{; .
realize that I with settling what Is now the wrangle and that what near an earthly paradise as one .. .
can hardly am
town of Lawtey In 1877. Capt. the people of the south want can find on this continent and
and that after
an emigrant so
In ChicagoI T.J. Burrln", a lumberman who is peace and prosper; and no must be very like the evenings 1 J
many pleasant years In those days was said to cut more agitation on political sub in Italy without the unpleasant
am about to leave It perhaps about five million feet of lumber jects. The niggers In this state surroundings."We SAYS THIS AREA and It 'imartVi it truly to all
rr forever. After two weeks Investigation annually, donated 220 acres all vote the Democratic ticket retired at a late hour "MOST PREJUDICED" In the family. Everyone's.
I made
have up my and and do from choice for they leaving a very say party of
as a site for the town proceeds so .r
mind to try It and U nothing from the sale of lots have been lledtoandclieatedb: dancers in the dining room and January 21!, 1971 You stalled'In( your editorialthat
else comes out of It I shall were earmarked for church and the carpetbaggers of the north fell asleep to the music from CBS's stab at prejudice
have a delightful trip for this and Sin would the listener to ..
school purposes. until they have made up their surrounding houses parks. cause
season of the year. I only wish minds that their real friends are Surely Jacksonville deserves embarrassed. Well tf that be
1 Hellie could go along but I The South was still In the their own people I must confess all the praise it has received After reading your editorial the case certainly must be
hope" to have her with me short throes of Reconstruction when that my mind has changed wonderfully from its admiring friends." titled. "Try Again, CBS" In because everyone can relate
"rI ly. Mr. Hill left Chicago for Ms in the last few days In the January 21, 1971 1 edition In some large or small way
"" These lines, written on January Florida adventure and on the ARRIVAL --.....--... -- of I Archie
respect to this question! and LAWTEY your newspaper find It to Bunker the confused:
CAPT. BURRIN 19, 1877 In Chicago, HI., long and tiresome trip Southhe there seems to be hardly a After a side trip to Fernan necessary to take Issue with anti-hero of the program.I .
The pioneer lumberman prefaced a fascinating: accountIn notes: "I talk politics with decent white man In the south dina, the Hill diary has the WILLIAM LAWTEYTh your, shall we say 'analysis'.
I who provided a tract the form of a diary by Era.L'.U .- all sorts of people and findMuskic dated feel
but what Is a democrat: simplyfor following entry : Febry also that a program
of lend to be nettled by the reason that the government 2d 1877i Capt. Burnn,good for whom friend the of To begin with. I have livedIn such as "AU In The Family"will
the Chicago Colony in 1877 .. has given them or forced "We left Fernandina Tuesday town of Lawtty was named North Florida for a total be Instrumental relieving -
...
}MM :'ixc.x'oCM>bSG> A4 40 upon them a diabolical set of A.M. :9 I o'clock the stars although he never "h1redche i sight year and la Starke for the racial tension providing
rascals who plunder them for shining brightly and got to Bald- .. months and I find this It doesn't get 'screamed
all they can acquire." win at 9 for breakfast. I would- particular part of the nation off of the air waves as did the
-J Enroute from Chicago Mr. n't recommend Baldwin as a circulates: quite t freely throughall to be the roost racially bigoted Smothers Brothers Comedy
r Hill wrote: "We reach JessupGa. place of residence. It must be parts of It. yet it is sufficiently and prejudiced than any.where Hour for treading on previously -
JforJ& ( .) at 7 o'clock. 185 miles in under water a good part of the comfortable accomo-: else In the country. unexplored grounds.
{ 11 hours is pretty quick time. to Lawtey about dations.
The train from Savannah 10 1/2 o clock and make our needay Some here would tell In an when the 'boob-
.....> ""' ..".... "" ..'........... ...........,..'oN'ON'-.U<......" .,.",..."".. along at 8 and we have time comes to first stop In search of a home. in"Wed bed pretty late morning for we we had lay this Is not true, but In you beccfnfhg tube' give age slanted views on

get our supper and walk up Jumping off the train, the first been without much sleep and $ acquainted witMhetown. everything from President Nix
and down the platform before man I see is Dr. Cleason who were pretty; well fagged out.Dr. and the community you can see on to Capt. Kangaroo and In the
And McGovern we take It. I succeed in getting lived on Park Avenue near Lin Harris inflated In taking over It, sense It and sometimes even day of the mediocre newscasts

an upper berth and sleep pretty coln.: .. I recognized him im- Ida tract and after a good deal hear It.Item and entertainment I applaudt
well till we awake in Florida. mediately and he and I 1 began of a network who'll take a stand
delay loading and
.\ stunning 31-24 defeat, at the handsof pirants for the Democratic nomination.No January 26th 1877."Jacksonville to feel at home at one*. we got off after dinner cartridges with the I: While driving down against something corrupt
fellow Democrats, seems to have longer do they !have the threat Is reached at He Introduced me to Capt.Bur guns We tramped the entire Madison St. the first few days namely prejudice, bigotry and -
effectively eliminated Sen. Edward hanging over their heads that no matter last. We get here at 11 o'clock. rln who owns 18,000 acres ot afternoon till dark killed a I lived here. I saw a sign racial strife.Bravy .
Our ride since daylight was land here and who sold Dr. proclaiming: "COLORED EN-
Kennedy as a presidential candidateIn how hard they battle, there mightbe through a low flat pine and pal- Harris and the Chicago colony few birds plover, pigeon and TRANCE". I was appalled.) My CBS.

1972. :an ambition which he has a last-minute upsurge of Kennedy metto country worthless for all their tract. He Is a Jolly good the got nature besides of a the very good idea of thoughts went back to the early

repeatedly denied harboring.This sentiment that would snatch the prize practical purposes and as a hearted Englishman and lived "My Impressions country. '60's In Mobile or Montgomery. Sincerely.

from their grip.A gentleman remarked not worth here alone In the woods for 5: favorable and the Dr.were very to Thorn Roblnsot.
seems
25 and coaxed into selling P.O. Box 687
cts was -
per acre. years
the personal: think he has
blow to got the best land
severe "We reach Baldwin about 9 the colony their lot and Item 2: My family and I live Starke Fl*.
from the winter pri- in Florida. I picked out 20
of the Massachusetts Sen- year away
aspirations directly
o'clock and make connectionwith after the ice was once brokenhe across from a certain
ator not only poses a serious threatto maries of 1972 there seem no groundsto tho Fernandina and Cedar is willing to furnish aU who acres which I thought would suit church here In town and not

what was a promising palltlcal: disagree with the general belief Keys RR. We came on to Jacksonville came with the land at $5 per me and I also have a town lot. He once have I ever seen anything (Editors note: The thrust of
can the town lot
career but It has also been Inter- that the race today Is primarily between however. acre. Dr. Gleason introducedus on says the same terms as the other than a White Anglo-Saxon the editorial In questionwe
mood In the mIddle-of-the! road position "Jacksonville Is the most delightful to all who were about and we members Protestant near the church portals thought was to point out that'It
Indicating a new but theywon'tsell the land
preted as
took RR about let alone might be embarrassing and/
town I ever saw on a walk up the a enter and wor-
the Senate toward mere conservativelines. and policies of Maine's Sen. Edmund short acquaintance. I notice mile to where some of the boys for less than $5 per acre. ship. or distasteful to certain minority

If this Is true, it would fore- Muskle, and the more dove-like liberal every house here Is a hotel were planting cucumbers... Dr. "Gleason and I took a good groups to hear themselves

cast less spending on the nation's: social views of South Dakota's Sen. GeorgeS. and I think there Is more Idleness Harris was surveying so thatI look at the town plat and I The aforementioned are Justa referred to.. even by a bigot-
out
picked a building lot
problems, and deep trouble for McGovern.The to the square yard than didn't see him till in die vided I concluded: : to locate pro- few examples. In short, thereIs jss "hebes.. "Mkes." "stupid
for any place I ever saw. No one evening. a great amount of prejudice Polacks and. "black beau-
I
Presidentlxon's! proposal revamping there. spaded into several If
seems to have anything to do "We went to the Harris House In north Florida and In Bradford ties. reader Robinson considers .
:; the welfare system. front-running Muskie and Mc- but kill time. The stores and and took dinner. Col. Rice places and found very good County.; such references as "..
Govern present clear-cut choices of soil with a clay subsoil 2 to tirical" rather than
business houses are a creditto wife and three children. Dr. revolting
There are some who take the view style outlook: philosophy, and approachto the place being large and Harris wife and three child- :3 that feet stuff down. ought It seems to to me The television show "All In that Is his privilege.)

that the Kennedy dynasty has finally the presidency. everything on sale that one ren and two' or 3 of the boys on such land and the clearings grow The Family" Is not so much
could wish forvThe live there It's a little funny as satirical. As all know
been toppled and that its famed charisma town seems one that we looked at show that with
one vast grove of liveoaks and story log cabin and at one the networks* first try at TV w.
Senator McGovern who often sounds the miserable cultivation
and political glamour are once they
as they never lose their foliage time they lodged and fed 23, satire was "That Was The Week
and for all dimmed. The circumstances like an instant replay of Senator Mc- they present a most beautiful only 3 rooms In the whole have they produce very fair That Was," a weekly look backat

of the defeat, they point out, are Carthy in the last campaign has pro- sight. All the yards are filled business. Mrs. Harris and crops. I saw of and Mr.made the acquaintance world events through any

especially damaging to a proud scionof mised that, If elected In 1972, he with flowers and orange trees Mrs. Rice do all the work tleman from Washington Low a gen-who and everyttdngbutrose-colored

a political dynasty, for the result would implement an early and total and as the orange trees are and Mrs. H. came here for has bought 1400 acres about glasses. That show was a FLOP January 26, 1971
filled with fruit they look beau her health. She was so deli because the American public
withdrawal of American from
sudden and unexpected as the troops 6 mile. from Temples Mills
was as tiful. No grass overthrow of leader in South Vietnam. is building himself a nice
a
a grass In Uw yards nothing and look as If it entirely a- humor.In .
house on It. I made an appoint-
American revolution. but sand sand sand,. but It's greed with them. ment to meet him the next I want to thank you for your
In contrast to this unilateral action the worst sand I ever saw "...made the acquaintance of and out to his place. day my opinion the networks assistance In promoting Lt'l
The United stat Is not used to Senator Muskle seems to realize that "Vegetation of all kinds Dr. Gleason. He Is a No. I go feel the proverbial 'Great SIlent Abner. Without the publicity

"royal families and the current incident however much we might wish to see seems to thrive luxuriously man who Is a driver has been Majority'; Is now matured which your paper afforded us,
,
whether it needs fertilizing or about the world a great deal "DurinK the dav I played enough to cope with this kind the production could not have
and American
though relatively unimportant an early complete end not. I do not know. The cold: and seems to have profited by several games of chess and of humor and I wholeheartedly been the success that It was.
is of great symbolic significance: to involvement In South Vietnam,,the hard weather of>gw post winter has it. lie is the life and soul of rather got the worst of It. agree. If someone were The cast and I are deeply grate

.the Kennedy-1.. n. Jt}. shows! that they fact remains that a ,phased-oat withdraw done, a vasfcftpnount of damage the whole enterprise and runs Also met Dr. Horsey at Capt. to draw a diagram of TV humor ful to you for your cooperationand ,
are not above defeat,., that"they are 1 l. \1Etrwim\'i'aUonofthewar.: :. .-to-"young tritee, and early pro- it as ,far. as the business is Burrin's. He lives In Fernan Rowan & Martinis LaughIn support. f : "

not, after all, politically invulnerable.Kennedy's Is the only policy* that makes sense duction makestpeople; think that concerned. The association IK dina and comes here for his would 'be on the Left,' Clark
composed of 33 members and & Owens' Hee Haw would be
under present conditions. only Southern-Florida can successfully health. He has consumption and Sincerely,
raise tropical fruits. every member has a vote. says he has prolonged his life on the EXTREME Right and
loss of the Senate-whip "The town has been laid for several years. He thinks "All In The Family" wouldbe Richard H. Jockel
position is a set-back that would seemto Although a lot of things can change "We do the town pretty out 60 acres In acre lots and this Is the healthiest place on right in the middle. Principal

put an end r Kr the remote possI- before mid-1972 when the Democratswill thoroughly and the more we the lots drawn for. When the the road. He tells me that Bradford Middle

bility of a draft:' movement at a dead- choose their presidential candi- The see of them It the stands better at 70 we and like people it.- land farms is surveyed will be and plattedthe scarlet fever measles, dlpth- Because It's real;It hits home School
drawn for
locked convention.The date, under conditions as they exist sit with their doors and in the same way some take erla, croup,, coleus Influenza
now, the Muskie approach to prob- windows open and stroll up.and 40 are things never known here.
and some 80 acres It looks
In fact no contagious diseases give to the march
of
Kennedy defeat has put new lems in Vietnam seems much more down the covered verandas anddon't very primitive only 20 acres at all are prevalent and it faa Dimes
rational than Senator McGovern's. act at all as If it was cleared around the station the
spring In the step of the current as- perfect paradise for children.It .
midwinter no overcoats need-
rest all pine forest. They have
makes me feel anxious to
ed. Oranges are to be seen
rented and under cultivation
get the babies here as soon
everywhere and are very cheap. 125 acres and will keep what
I The finest can be bought for cleared land they have in the as possible
BunchWe
No In This
Quitters very 25 C per much dozen better and than they anythingwe are association tract: for the benefit of the "Friday leave. morning Lawtey behind we getawayand aftera

can get at home. All the very pleasant stay and It

were Impressed Friday night 14 times Friday. Hotels have bands playing in "We spent the evening at seems almost like leaving
It
home. looks as if their
the Parka In front of the prospects -
with the way our Bradford High var- and the house Capt. Burring and slept at Dr. were good for a success-

sity basketball players fought to the Although they can-hlt four of five delightful.evening It Is promenadesare nearly full Gleasons. He has a rough fti I colony and I sincerely hopeit

final whistle, although going down to free throws In practice, BUS varsity moon now and I can hardly board house and one room downstairs may be so." t 3
without
battening
their 10th straight defeat of the sea- players are strangely jinxed on char- Imagine any more beautifulFarmers the cracks one up and the air- (To be continued) /

son to St. Augustine ity shots In a game situation. 1


There was no evidence during the Foul trouble also stalked the Tor- Diaryvenial 5yiI S4i.7n

contest that this particular Tornado nadoes throughout the game Friday \

athletic team was trying less hard night. St. Augustine got 45 charity

than others in the past. True, that shots as a result, making good on 31 The mild weather last week canal was completed

rapport and general scrappiness that of them, enough to beat a pretty good end was In pleasant contrastto and In operation for a number -
marks a winning team Is more diffi- basketball team. the second freeze of the of'-years. Now the only

cult to detect in the varsity. But winter which earlier that week thing; we are sure of Is that

the BUS five fought back all nightlong The Tornadoes have outscored opponents knocked thermometers to their the matter will be debated for e,+
knees and set man and beast a long time to come. ,
almost pulling ahead at one pointin from the field In the last
alke to shivering and huntingfor
the fourth period after being down three games. relief. The temperatures S. .

11 points. stayed below freezing for muchof
the two nights of the cold In riding around the county,

Winless in 70-71 "to date, this Tor- They did not play that badly last wave but the biggest heater In By Sam McGarrey we have noticed the large number .
nado work existence the sun broughta of mobile homes which have
cage team is operating withouta Friday. St. Augustine had to
welcome respite to the hat had been discarded by been located here and wltl ->ftT .
pop.
tall man to get the east inside bas- for the win. The BUS five has been ulace. someone took it home and then the advent of this relative! (; -

ket and the steady outside shooter improving but still losing. got a game cock to keep the new type of home there are de <; -.... .7-, .,' "
who can break up a tight zone defense old girl company.: Well the more problems. And the situation

is missing so far. But if staying In there and trying first thing he know, he was In shows why with the passIng .
will win, our Tornadoes will win a The freeze knocked berry business with the game birds of every day, we get more Trees Play Important Part
plants down somewhat and did as he added to the flock: and laws on the boohs.
But more than anything the Tor- few before the season is over. some damage to the plantings then the raids began. Oppos- In Improving The
nadoes have been victims of their own of greens but nothing here um from near and far got EnvironmentTrees

mistakes. They turned the ball backto Hang In there Tornadoes! We'll respect like it did to the citrus: Industry one batch of biddies after another

St. Augustine: with floor mistakes you for it. downstate. From our observation so Gene started a campaign Just to cite one of the new are an Important factor animals. Many types of game
and that is far from against the raiders and! problems there Is the matterof In Improving the environment' use older trees for cover and
being expert. It appears that from his last account of the taxation. As we understandIt according to Extension For: concealment.''

the berry plantings are not doIng battle the varmints are far mobile home owners may ester Tony Jensen Florida Cooperative Forests also provide a beautiful
very well so far this season from being defeated get vehicle license tag, on the Extenstlon Service. and often essential setting -
The Bradford County and that growers may be grounds that the building U Whether In rural forests or for many outdoor recrea-
.
In for another movable In city parks or hedgerows tion
/ season like last or they may pay ad activities."It .
/
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED year. Needless to say we hopewe valorem taxes Just as conventional trees make valuable contributions will pay off In many; ways ..
are wrong. We told him that he U lucky; home owners do. The of many kinds, he ex to manage our' wooded areas
: 1879B. -459' he Is not being plagued with a point is. that this aspect of plains. In addition to provid wisely -- both rural forests
bunch of armadillos. There are the situation has brought on a trw shade and beauty and cutting and city shade trees," Jensen

plenty of 'possums around our lot of laws regulations, etc., down on noise pollution says. "Without our trees we'd
r,. eBiue Last Saturday, we saw our place but they mind their not to mention the almost end they also Improve the qualityof have less air and water, a less
first robin of the year. The business and we mind ours, less amount of paper work Involved the air by removing carbon enjoyable environment and
MlMetaFlOR bird stood almost transfixed in but those armored four-footed because of the wide dioxide and giving off oxygen. fewer outdoor activities.
In the day of my trouble I our driveway as If trying to trenching machines are another popularity. of this modern form Mulch formed by leaves and
I A E S S will call upon Thee: for Thou make up his mind what to do. matter as they dig holes allover : of housing. twigs helps to conserve water .

wilt answer wePsalm( 86, He may have been worn out our yard. for drinking domestic and agricultural
A S 5 Q N 7.) from searching for berries, . purposes, as well as the Old '7
because right now they are for recreation and water power.
,
few and far between, and wor- Some people say that we need Jensen points out that forestsare mar
ried about where his next meal All of which reminds us of fewer law., not more of them, also essential 'for good
How wonderfully blest are was coming from. the battle the ecologists have and yet this Is an example of hunting and flshing.

i. MATTHEWS. jLitr-rabii>her those who are so strong and apparently won with the hart how complex and complicatedour In certain areas without for-
'' steadfast In their faith-who, ordered by the President op modern life has become. ate, water would be too warm
rakUched e.eII Thursday' art catered .. B. .i
whenever it wavers for an instant the Cross-State barge canal Twenty )'ear..0, house trailers for good fishing. And trees
CUM Matter at the PM Office .t Stark. *, rtorlteOder amrm It at once restored Speaking of birds one of our As usual there are two side were dinky little rigs but add to the quantity and qualityof ;
.A.t *f March ira, U7*. I They shall never belong county officials tens; Long to the dispute but after doing today mobile homes are mam- wild game. ......';; .","ssra

dlsedIca U ..... areas, 1 year, ..... 0...... desolate or sorrowed for is having trouble with Ms little a lot of thinking on It, we cannot moth affairs, and the problems ''I Tree buds and fruit and even "Some urltoitf bosses make

trade. arear 1 year, ....* they live in God. flock of game chickens.seems see how anything could be connected with them have grown' young trees themselves, serve capital out ''oflabor without
that Gene rescued a game hen proved tmUl after the contro- in proportion. as food for many birds and doing any."

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Varsity C agers IV Cagers Go 9 Straight Totals PALATKAMiller 22-12-56. 6-5-17;

Kiefer 3-0-6; Murray 6-1-13;
Perrlne 4-3-11; Gilyard 113 -

11th Bradford' JV team c..,",....... .. ...c... ; Totals 20-10-50.
Drop Straight cage ( from their original game plan.
made it nine straight as they In the third Score by Quarters:
clobbered St. Augustine 4528at quarter Bradford
f Bradford 19 12 14 11 56
.. ,. hit on ten
home Friday night and wona the lead to 25-17 at the end of
Battling Tor- 56-50 victory over Palatka
Friday
gamely the quarter.
nado cagers dropped their tenth Tuesday night. .iAt The final period proved no ST. AUGUSTINE GAME
straight game 59-48 to St,Augustine In Tuesday night's game, the : better, as the Jackets got Intc
In the BHS gym, then going was rough however. The ;},; ; ; foul trouble early In the quar- BRADFORD Williams lJ
Tornadoes had from
to
come
were topped 49-39 In Palatka behind In the third period. ;;:.: .i ter. In the final quarter, Bradford 5-7. Barber 4-3-H Berry 4-
Tuesday night in a sloppy per- outscored the visitors 20- 4-12 Rlherd 0-1-1, Newsome.
formance for their eleventh "f\Jh\ 11, with II of Bradford' 20 4-4-12, Green 1-0-2. Totals,
loss.The u .,. .' !'. points coming on free throws. 141745. Free throw percentage
winless Tornadoes played 60%.
well enough to win In their PALATKA GAME i
The first period proved to STATISTICS
three previous against ST. AUGUSTINE
games Bryant 3-
h'MY ,
1 h
Orange Park, Fernandlna and r be all Tornado, as Able Williams PALATKA GAME 2-8, Swymer, 1-0-2. Findly 0-
St. Augustine, but Tuesday night hit six baskets, as Palatka'i 1-1, Elmore 0-1-1, Bally 0-1-
"we didn't play good at all," JV team led the Tor- BRADFORDWilliams 7-4- 1, Syphard 1-0-2, Wilson 2-2-
according to Coach Mike Sex- nadoes a 19-10 margin at thequarter's I'I I 18; Johns 1-0-2; Barber 5-3-13; 6, Cantt 1-3-5. Darrell 1-0-2
end. Palatka however, Berry 4-2-10; Rlherd 1-0-2; Totals 9-10-28. Free throw
ton.Biggest factor In the two loss- behind Clyde Perrlne's four Davis 1-0-2; Newsome 3-1-7. percentage 67%.
es this week were the 29 times buckets took the wind right -
the Bradford the out of the Tornadoes and car- I,
cagers gave .
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ball ried with the, s 33-31 lead ,
away on floor mistakes. w. >
at the half. .. ,
:
Eliminate '
those Sexton
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and the Tornadoes ''Will be says In In the third quarter Brad- fl l-l ". ';1,'.;";<, '-

some ball games all the way. ford's Vernon Barber exploded 1" li;. ; .
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for nine straight points while
leading the Tornadoes to a 45- .
PALATKA GAME ap t rh 39 lead at the end of the third ;j'1 J '',. \\td
,
v Both teams in i. .'"
Early foul trouble which dumped f '
points
forced the tallest Bradford 11 In the final period, \ : ../ "
player 6-3 center James Mc- with 6 of Bradford's 11 com- sits !
Neal, to the bench much of ing from Williams. Seven of } ctav
the game Tuesday night was Palatka's 11 came from free ) :

another big factor In Palatka's throws. .I\t'-,
win. McNeal sat out much of l r Able Williams led the scoring :I ) I to''!. .
the second period with three -L1( Tuesday night with 18 points. "' ; ( G'9.
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Vernon Barber added 13 points
fouls drew his fourth earlyIn .
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'_'',' Iij''W''h'! .. .
and 13 of Bradford's 48 .
the third period, went backto rebounds ---- -
the bench for another stay while Alphonso Berry s
then came back In the fourth 1Fft.r added another 10. Toll Able Williams bucketed 14 points and led the rebound

period and fouled out shortly Sylveater Miller led Palat- Ing In the Baby Reds' win over St. Augustine here Friday.he .
after coming back onto the floor. ka's scoring with 17 points,
McNeal's absence hurt the Stanley Murray hit for 13 and
Tornado rebounding effort ar Clyde Perrlne for 11. allowed their 6'4" center In the first half St. Augustine
they could bring down only 24 Bradford hit on 51 per cent but six points." played strict ball control but
Dennis Kelly had seven rebounds of their free throws and on Bradford now stands 9-2 the Tornadoes played equally
and Tim Murphey air 45 per cent of their field goals while Palatka is 5-9. strong defense as the first .
to lead BHS In that department. while Palatka managed but 33 quarter, ended at 5-alU
Malachi Henry led the BUS per cent of their free throws. ST. AUGUSTINE G4ME a
\staring with 11 points, Mur- i Coach Jim Duncan said, "We In the second quarter the :.i ,
phey had 10 and Kelly 6. Hunter did a great Job in coming from Friday night the Tornadoes Jackets broke into the lead for W :: ,. :
led Palatka with 19 points behind tonight. We know we grabbed 50 rebounds and hit the first time. -lhls lead only
and Johnson had 10. Two other BHS could beat them 47 per cent from the floor lasted for 15 seconds though, 'h
James McNeal
Palatka players had six points cog newcomer led BHS with nine rebounds "In the second half we hada as Bradford outpaced St. Augustine as Bradford led 12-10 at the i' 4'4 M
each and another five. and 13 points against St. Augustine. couple of turnovers, but they 45-28. half. jI'1 AL { ,
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Just seemed to make shot The M--
Palatka held two point, 10-8 every yellow Jackets kept It In the second half, the Tor-
margin at the end of the first Iy on the charity/; shots, mak- throw as the Tornadoes had a they took. close In the first half though, nadoes came out strong ripping Cheerleader Joyce Meng glances ogoniiingly as the clock
period, but outscored the Tor- ing 13 of 16 attempts, and they chance to cut down the 52-47 "All of the boys contributed' as their man-to-man defense the Jackets defense apart runs out in BHS' loss to St. Augustine Friday. Mirroring the
nadoes 15-11 in the second quar- proved as Important to theJac- Jacket lead. a lot, but Carl Rlherd did an caught the Tornadoes off-guard. and forcing the visitors away I
ter to take a 25-19 halftimi ket win as the field goals.In With time running out then, outstanding defensive Job as Tornado varsity loss or. Rose McRae and Olive Ann Buby.
lead. fact, the Tornadoes hit 19 the Tornadoes were again the

BHS was also bested by four field goals to St, Augustine's victim of foul calls as they Blind Bogey -- ,. -- ._
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points, 13-9, In the third period 14. fought for possession of the 11I-- -- -- - - -- -

to drop 10 points back. Both But St. Augustine made gooc basketball.BUS Will Benefit
teams scored 11 points in the 31 of 45 charity/; shots, a 6t was scoreless in the
fourth period ending the game per 'cent effort BUS, on the Onal three minutes as St. Augustine March of DimesA
49-39. other hand, got only 23 free added seven free throws
"We did a terrible Job re- shots, and could make good but for a 59-48 win.
bounding. It wasn't a good effort 10 of them, a 49 per cent "If we could eliminate this we Blind Bogey Tournamentto I
could win Coach help the March of Dimes
at all, Coach Sexton said. average. a ballgame,
The 15 turnovers In the game BUS hit on 19 of 50 field Mike Sexton said after the game, Drive will be held Saturday,
also made a big difference goal attempts, a 38 per cent showing veteran Tim Murpheythe Jan. 30, with $1.50 entry fee.
statistics sheet showing the A large percentage of total
the Tornado coach said. average.
St. Augustine Jumped off t( 14 BUS turnovers. fees will be sent toe Marchof This --
a 16-9 first period lead, getting BHS hosts Bolles Friday Dimes. Both men and women message
ST. AUGUSTINE GAME five charity/; shots In the night then goes on the road to are encouraged to participate.Also .
Foul trouble and 14 turn-, process. BUS[ on the outside Orange Park Saturday and next on Sunday there will
overs proved the difference shooting of James McNeal, Ma- Tuesday..Fsb. 2, to Santa Fe. be a mixed Scotch Foursomeat
Friday night as the Tornadoes lachi Henry, and Tim Murphey It will be the first meeting of l:30i( followed by a covered will selfdestructinlOseconds

gamely battled but lost their all three hitting In double figures the season with Bolles and dish dinner sponsored by the
tenth game this season and narrowed the marginto Orange Park. Santa Fe downed Ladles Golf Association.
the second to St. Augustine.Tall 31-27 at the half. The Tor- BHS in the second game rot thebeacon.
Mike Hartley poured In nadoes played for a last good !
32 points for the Yellow Jack- shot as the second period end- Mental HealthRepresentative

ets, eight field goals and 16 ed, hoping to narrow the mar- STATISTICS
free throws. Hartley was dead- gin to two points, but missedas
Murphey was forced to PALATKA GAME Here WednesdaysA
shoot from about 20 feet out.
Nuisance Calls The Tornadoes stayed In foul BHS- Kelly 2-2-6, McNeal 1-
trouble all during the game. 2-4, Henry 5-1-11 Murphey 5- full-time mental health
May Be NippedIn In the third period St. Augustine 0-10. McKInney 1-1-3, Johns 0- representative, Mrs. Laura i
The Bud again used free shots to 2-2, Wright 1-1-3. McGee 0- Alice Lee, formerly of Hahira,
open a 48-37 lead. They bucketed 0-0 Ricks 0-0-0. Totals 15- Ga., has been assigned to work
nine free shots In the 9-39. in four counties of the Gainesville -
There are few if any, tele- third period. PALATKAJohnson 4-2-10 mental health catchmentarea i
phone subscribers who have Murphey, McNeal, and Henrycut Hunter 6-7-19. Golden 3-0-6 including Bradford Un-
not been annoyed at one time the St. Augustine lead to Alexander 0-5-5, Sheppard 0- ion, Gilchrlst, and Lafayette
or another by a nuisance call five points 52-47, with three 1-1, Merritt 1-0-2, Anderson 3- Counties. llllllI
from a persistent magazine minutes left In the game, the 0-6. Totals 171549. Mrs. Lee will be In Starkeon
salesman or someone taking a closest the wInless but still Wednesdays, where she will
poll, or other gimmick. game Tornadoes came to pull- Score by Quarters: be available for consultationwith I
Here are some general rules Ing it out. Dean Johns and Tim BHS8 11 9 11 39 public health nurses and
that the telephone subscribercan Murphey each missed a free Pal. 10 15 13 11 49 other professionals in the care I _

follow to handle or "get of the mentally ill In this area. _
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rid" of annoying callers of la} Prior coming to the Gainesville -
the sales and survey type; : area, Mrs. Lee recently _
1. Don't feel obligated to answer received an M.A. degree from
questions Just because the the University; of South Floridain
person asking them sounds"of- Tampa. She has had several
ficial." Don't answer questions years' experience in public
on the phone that you wouldn't health nursing, and was em-
answer to a stranger on the ployed as a social worker at
street. Florida State Hospital, Chatta-
2. Always find but who Is hoochee, from 1962 to 1965.
calling get the person's name t In discussing her new assign
and the company he or she re- 1 1.c ment, Mrs. Lee said "The new
presents. concept of treatment of the ::
3. If the caller Is a sales- mentally ill In their home environment BUT THE PRINTED
man and you are not interested Is an exciting one.
In his "sales pitch" toll: Not everyone who Is mentally
Mm so. A good Idea Is to ask .c ill Is In need of being confined -
the caller to send you all the In a mental Institution MESSAGE IS THE ONE
information In a letter so you To be a part of the new pro-
may consider It at your lei. gram of treatment and prevention -
sure. L Ar of mental Illness is ;
4. If you don't recognize th. A a great challenge and one whichI ; THAT LIVES FOREVER!
name of the company conducting ? am happy to accept."
the survey offer to caU 4t. The assignment of Mrs. Lee
-
back or ask the caller to call ty to this area was announced by
you again after you have timeto n Dr. Robert Gervals. director
check his firm with the of the Alachua County; Mental
Chamber of Commerce or Better Health Services.

5.Business Remember Bureau., It's your phone There you are,.engrossed in an exciting .V snow, when all of a sudden the

and your time. If you're simply Services At HamptonFor
not u t eccalleerrfs mind Mr*. Jessie M. Hall picture changes and the commercial appears. Immediately after, the high ad-

saying so. rude r Burial In Santa Fe venture continues hero and
enough not to let you go gracefully heroine cont'nue their exploits and you're.supposed

', ,a persistent hang up the case< receiver.In ask for. of Mrs.Hampton Jessie died Mae Tuesday Hall 86 in, to remember what was being advertised and go out and buy some the next day!

salesman's and his
the
name
Bradford County; Hosltal afteran
company, then report this Information
extended Illness. She was
to the firm. Reputable
born on March 18, 1884 In
companies know that It Graham, and was the daughter Compare that with the customers that come in with a
Is bad business to" amoy or newspaper clipping
of the late Nathaniel and Elizabeth -
mislead potential customers. Edwards Jones. She was and can tell word for word about
If you f..l. call Is unethical you the color and the price. THIS is the mes-
a member of the Hampton

or offensive to the Better, report Business the matter Bureau r Christian Church. sage that lives. the printed word.mii.
Surviving two Lym
local Chamber of Com- are sons
or .
y'ts and Nathan Hall both of Hampton -
merce. .. ; one brother Carl Jones
Graham; five grandchildren, 22
great-grandchildren and one FORD

701 Who's Smart? greatgreatgrandchild.Funeral services were. scheduled -
DS
for 2 p.m. Thursday In ; apl1
the Hampton Christian Church
This donkey rested while the human players mad lackassas. with Rev. James E. Shaw officiating.

666 .f themselves" In the Donkey Basketball ga"", last Thursday Interment was to follow
Th. March af Dimes natted $368 from. the. banafit, performance in Santa Fe Cemetery with
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
which packed the Bradford High gym.. In charge r


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Mrs. Eva Sullivan James W. PadgettJames
CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
JORDAN MISSIONARY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

MM. Eva Sullivan. 73, of William Padgett 88, Sunday CHURCH 9:45 BAPTIST; MISSIONU.S. CHURCH OF CHRIST .. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.MornIng -
Starke died Monday In the at Starhe. died Wednesday; Jan. Morning WorSchool 11 : Youth a.m. 301 North, behind Taste Bible Study 10 ajn. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
Sunday
Bradford County; Hospital afteran 20, on arrival at a Starke hospital Service 6 a.m. Freez Drive In, Sunday :Worship and Communion -; Sunday School. 10 a.m.; Morn Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Prac-
extended 11Jne... after a sudden Illness. p.m.Evening,Worship School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Morning ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening tice. Wednesday 8 p.m.
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7p.m.Thursday Evening services -
Bom In Bradford County on lie was born in Brooker on night Prayer Meet- ''vlce, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Service, 6.Wednesday. a.m. Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev, Robert D. Burch

-............_--. September 29, 189:5.: she was the July 10, 1882 the son of the Ing 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes Worship service -Rev.Meeting J.C., 7:30:Saunders p.m.; Wednesday.pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCIf
daughter of the late Kindred L. late Hardy and Mary Ponds Ivy Luke Pastor day.Leroy 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell.IIAMPT011CE11UISTIAN Highway&-100 A, Starke (Grlf.
and Minnie. Lee Crlffls. and Padgett. lie was a retired far- Olive pastor E.L.Grlffls .
fie ).
the widow of Elley Sullivan.. er and a member of the Dedan associate pastor. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Loop 10 Morning
SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School a.m.
Bobby Britt She was a member of Grace Baptist Church. Sunday9:45: : a.m. Sunday Union
BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH School II Morning Wor- Worship at B. Training ,
Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife Mrs. DEDAN BAPTIST a.m.,
Revival ComingTo 833 W. Pratt St Sunday services Sunday School 10 Morning 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
a.m.
Surviving are one(Uter, .Ira. Sarah Padgett of Jacksonville; BROOKER ship 6 p.m. Training Union Wednesday
Church Myrtle Priest; and two brother three daughters, Mrs. Orene : Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- Worship, II a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting.Don -
Hope *, Pete and Leo Crlfils, Cowart, Starke; Mrs. Cora Milliard Preaching, II a.m. Training ship Services. 11 a.m. and 7'p.m Worship, -James Shaw pas- Wednesday-. Prayer Ser 7:30.Rev.. R.
all of Starke. Crystal River; and Mrs. Union, 5:45: pjn. Evening, Wor- Training Union, 6 p.m.- tor. vices.Rev. Drawdy Pastor,

Evangelist Bobby Brlttof Birmingham Funeral service were heldat .Virginia Bleasdale Jr., Keystone ship, 7.EIh1r p.m. Everyone AG. Flynn welcome.; outer Jtev. Lacy Coiuray pastor. Bob Cooper Pasta KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Ala. will be with 2 pjn. Wednesday In Jones ( Heights; five sons, L.C., Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
: Church of Ther- Memorial Chapel with Rev.C.F. iE.M., and DeWitt Padgett, all CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship -
Baptist AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
Hope January Padgett officiating. Intermentwas of Starke Rev. C.F. Padgettand OF PROPHECY BROOKER 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BROOKER FLA. II a.m.; Evening Worship
Revival Services. -
eau In In Klngsley Lake Ceme- A.& Padgett both of School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Jim Temple pastor .sun- Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Meeting 7:30:
31 through February 7. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ,Sunday 7:30: p.m.; Prayer
11 Evening
day Morning Worship,
School 10 a.m.; -
tery under direction of DeWitt Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. II a.m. and 7:30: p.m. a.m. Ron Bristol -
Worship 11 Young Peo Services Wednesday.
Services will begin each nightat Ing a.m.
Worship, 7p.m. Wed. Prayer
Superintendent. -
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C. Jones Funeral Home. Lilly Hunter Lake Wales; 49 6 Evange- -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor. Training Pastor "-" "nbert West.
7:15.: : with a nursery pro- and 43 great- ple's Service p.m. Union. 6:45: : p.m. Lowc/fl Douglas Meeting and Bible Study, 7
vided to care for the babies. grandchildren listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- Director. Worship Services. n m. Study on Book of P.alms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Reverend Britt was born and Disnev grandchildren. day Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. CIIURCII II a.m., 7:30.: Lavern G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone
In Birmingham. He was Mrs. Pauline Funeral services were held Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST Outlaw Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning -
reared
at the of nine, and at 2 p.m. Thursday In Dedan -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- music director. Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m. Training
saved
surrendered to age preach at the Mrs. Pauline Disney 90, of Baptist Church with Rev. Lacy Ing Worship. 11 a.m. and 7 Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Jan. 24. Conway officiating. Intermentwas p.m. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
of died Sunday.
He la a graduate Hampton
age of 18. and South- alter an extended Illness. She In Dedan Cemetery under GREATER BE'P1ILEHEMFREE -Rev. John Ross, pastor. IIEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
Samford University; In Pall Mall Teim. direction of DeWitt C, Jones WILL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School Parker, pastor.
Seminary born
western Baptist Theological was Funeral Home.Francia Sunday School 9:45: : a.m.Mom- 9:45: : a.m. Morning Worship,10:45:
He is presently beginning on Nov. 27.of 1880 the and Methodist was a Cor: Ash & Ches 1Qt. Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST Ing Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH

his fourteenth year of member Church. She had lived In Starke 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-
evangelism, having preachedmore J. AlvarezFrancis 11 Luague, 4 Night Service Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: p.m. Ing Worship II. Training Union,
than 300 meetings In 16 for the pest 2:5: years making ; p.m. tey, Sunday School 10a.m.MornIng -
states and We Republic of Pan- her home With her daughter 0 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night' -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.:

ama. He Is 34 years of age, Mrs. Phillip Studer. pastor. Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
married, and the father of threes Besides her daughter, she Is Jennings Alvarez :54, Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. -Rev.Mbert CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
a native of Starke died Monday.
survived by a grandson Gene Jan. 18, In Jacksonville wherehe FIRST UNITED METHODIST Knight, pastor. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS HOPE IA PTLST.CI IU RCII PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Reverend Britt Is no stranger Frogge, of Jacksonville, and had made his home for many STARKE 1404 E. Bessent Road (Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn
In this area having conducted four greatgrandchildren.Funeral held years. He was a retired Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning LAURA BAPTIST CFltRCH SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. Sunday School- a.m:, Morn- ing Worship. 11 a.m. Pro-
revival meetings recently In the services were lieutenant with the Duval County Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- ing Worship- a.m.; Training Services Booster Band, Yount,!,
First Baptist Church of Starke, at 10 a.m. Tuesday In Jones ; Sheriffs department MYF groups 0 p.m. ,Morning Worship 11 aim.; Eve- ment, 6 p.m. Union6:30: p.m.; Evenlng.Wor- People, and Prayer Service), 6
and First Baptist Church of Memorial Chapel with Rev.De- Surviving are his wife Mrs. WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal hlng Worship 7:30 pqn.'; MId- MondayMia 7:30: p.m. ship-7:15: : p.m.Wednesday Worship, 7 p.m.,
Keystone Heights. Ills ministry Witt T. Farabee officiating. Interment Marguerite L. Alvarez: a 7p.m. Prayer Meeting, week Bible Study Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Service Wednesday
In Crosby
and messages appeal especiallyto followed daughter Mrs. Melinda bu- 7i30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal. 7:30: p.m. WednesdayRelief Society; vices- 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland
direction
young people as he understands Lake Cemetery under 7:45. Be In church Sunday. 7:30: p.m. Pastor.
Pree, and one son, James Hall Packham, pester.S .
their needs. of De Witt C. Jones Funeral Alvarez; his mother, Mrs. Anna Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor Jesse D. Branson, Branch

The Pastor Rev.Merle Pack- Home. ____ ______ Alvarez, and one brother. -DeWitt T. Farabe-. Presidenter
ham extends a warm welcometo Raymond Alvarez all of Jack- ------ Srrrrr rr "-r rr rrrr.
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the public to attend these Let not your heart be sonville. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL ,w"nuriuuuunnmannnnaaauneltatllurnltnnanllnnamnutflaISIIIIl, ., ,, ,, , laltnnIIiIunufluaSIIIIIIIIITHl1IHIIiIr" ,r '
meetings The Church Is located troubled: ye believe in God; Funeral services were held HOLINESS CHURCH I

8 miles South of Starkeon believe also \Ie.-CSt.! ( John at 11 a.m. Thursday in Hardage Sunday school 9:45: : a.m. Mor- .

Highway 100.CARD I 11 a, 1.) & Sons Arlington Chapel with ning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
Rev. Orrin W. Stiles officiating Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor-
Some of uti. in our quest for Interment was In Arlington ship 7 p.m.Saturday. I
the Truth, become HO con Memorial Park. Prayer Meeting 7:30 II
OF THANKSOur fused and unhappy becausewe I

cannot seem to compre- p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey pastor '
recent sad )loss leaves t
I "
hend, to understand as we Leon T. Odom
us with grateful hearts toward
neighbors and friend,. Their feel! we ought Hut JCHUR,Who New Pastor NORTHSIDE BAPTIST I Till-, I- "lll\, .1 I 'IllllllllMU.', )!. I'HI l a< i I- .1, t

comforting expressions of sympathy was sent by God the Fatherto CHURCH -p.| ,ul. I'liiMini far it i is 'th I > scni-, &

and thoughtfulness will lie our guiding light, shows Of Grace Baptist Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; I -h,1',| |1,1.." far 1,1'I;, |MHIII-. II i I- n /I ,
always be remembered. The UH the Way in such simple. Sunday School, 11. Sunday Evening t
family of Doris C. Hardy. understandable words that Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr. has Worship, 6 p.m. Training |IIHIttlii'ic|.. nni' 'run..)' irn l I" duds\

Union 7:30.: 'lif.ii. ,- ; ,, ) ,
we should never falter. resigned as pastor of the Vic- ThursdayTeachers and Officers -' .mil ( ",1'I" I

-- -- toria (Alabama)Baptist Church, Meeting; 6:30.: Prayer I "/n"II. n9u" II, /6.r, /bun.u4,. and, / t
to move to Grace Baptist

I II r------Invited Church, Starke. Meeting-Edward 7:30.C. Harvey pastor.ST. I /h. ... ',..q, 'b,, 1// .. ....I/ ?r t.d'; t tIf
You're
I Mr. Odom Is a 1969 graduate -
of Baptist Bible Institutein tin,,'ii .urununarrv"1'In" | ''.In n' c, k Irn t tt

To A I II ran Gracevllle the nursery Fla.for Mrs.students'prescKool Odom .CHURCH MARK'S EPISCOPAL STARKE t you i maul i ) .11".1.I Y g ; i t tt

children for two of Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd :and, mil,\ (;mil, 111 hi. |IMMooo | < '1 4
1 his three years at BBI. ,Sundays, II a.m. Morning Pray- t t

Mr. Odom began with the >:r, 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. .... ''I' t
Victoria church In September, u-John; M. Flynn, Rector. 1 ... si
I Meeting 't ,
I
Gospel .
4 .-a .
While here he baptized &
1968. The (Church u Cod t appointed agency in 1 \ ft' : If e. ?; ,
f. fv. ;
33 persons. CONGREGATIONAL hit( world lot iprpuding, 'the knowledge ol u IJ//I I'' .! It ;.j
lie and Mrs. Odom the for- PINEH1LL t s t'f I
I .With I II mer Louise Sease, of Irma METHODIST CHURCH HIs love lot' iron and ol/ Hit' demand lot 1 .. i ,j... j i ', .-.ayS

S.C., have four children ages Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng t man to ,respond la that love by loving hit *i' F! : "," :
9to16. Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- neighbor' Without" hit( grounding in (he y'.TI Y.uf:,' I.II : ':

: Colin Williamson vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, t love of God. no government' or' tocirly' or I ll./': f J : 1.-.1: .
I 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night Prayer of !life will, and the 1 1' t,,... 1 ,.. .1 G
I MADISON STREET 7:30 p.m.Hev. t way long persevere I.. ,1 I J J ...,4.e,
I BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting : freedom which' we hold to denr will, ,inevilnbly I. ... .. ; I 4 Il '

:I 7:30 Each Evening I Sunday School, 9:45: : ; Morn- ; Neal Starling pastor &, perish Therefore even from a ;, ?.;C..1 l fti f lie f.a.';re .. t t

Ing Worship at 11: Training Union AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH t selfish point ol view one should support i'14'e"e! ., %Iri I ... :

I 6:15: : ; WMll I Prayer Circle 7:30. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- the (hutch. for ,the take of the welfare of .jtf 'l.'' li l f/ l, ;f'f.. .';.:.--

FEB.7 FEB. 14 7:15:MondayYouth; Evening Worship Choir, Practice : Ing Worship, II a.m.; Evening t himself and hit family Beyond (hot. however 1 .ll lj i(.

I 7 pjn.WMU Meeting 7:30.: Worship, 7 P.m.; Wed. Prayer t every pmon should uphold and .' /, ,UJ! ::"
Bible Study,
and ,
I TuesdayPrayer Group, 9:30: Meeting MeetIng pnrliiipiilc' III I the (Church' becou< "it tells ""N4 ,
I a.m. Mission Friends, Girls InAction 7 p.m. Young Monday Peoples 7 p.m. ,& 'the truth about man t life, death and ::.- .

: SOUTHSIDE Acteens. 3:30p.m.RA's G.F.every Prevail pastor. Everyone j destiny the truth which' alone will, set htn' :may r I
r 6 p.m. Welcome. free to live ns n child of God rr/" r' .
WednesdayPrayer Meeting. t .""", ...",) I
7:30: ; Church Choir Practice. \ '

: CHURCH OF CHRIST I II t 8:30.: -Denton Sumrall, Pastor I :\\"THFr-1- .

ST. EDWAKD'S CATHOLIC & ..... t I II
I II I \
I CHURCH, STARKE 'I
3 Miles South Of Starke On Father James Cregan, pastor. t :;fi. : r I II
I Youth For Christ I---
I Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday' tt
Highway 301 Mass, 10 a.m. Holy I Day Mass t \ t tt

.I 'Rally Set Sat.An 7 p.m.Confessions. -- Saturday 6 t rfa/l/ i\c'v II t t1

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area wide Youth For Christ p.m.School of Religion: I___r_- _r-rr-r-_ _ __ _____ __ _rr--i
Grade School-- Sunday II ,
Rally Is scheduled for 8 p.m.
to 12
Saturday Jan. 30, In the M.idl- a.m. noon.
High School/ Wednesday 7
son Street Baptist Church. to 8 STARKE 166"SERVICE
World Missionaries p.m. .
Organized by several youth FLORIDA
around the Starke area the MARY'S CATHOLIC 1
ST !
rally Is aimed at giving local CHURCH, MACCLENNY rv PEST
Bill Edwards Ph. 961.7231
of good -
youth an atmosphere
Sunday Mass 12 noun Holy
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHPastor clean fun and time to learn :t d
talk, and chance to express Day Mass, :5:30: p.m. c:> V ONTROL Tire Tru-ing

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S. C. Sounders any talent they possess according ;::. Headlightdjustlng
to Khymor llowell, one FIRST BAITIST CHUKCII & OILMWC' ( ,
of tho organizers\ STAR KE: Brake Service
Featured it the rally will be
Sunday Morning Service 11.a m. such talented local youth as Don Opportunities of Service: Carl Hurst Phone 961-6111 Wheel Ilulance and

Jan. 31, 1971 ;Hardy, David Jordui, Caret Fla.
Rev. Dlalack (Hardy Beth Chapman Eddie Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: :3.19!) E. Call St. Starke Alignment

Rlalork, and Debbie Scott. Worship at 11, Ser- WRECKER
Morning 24HR. SERVICE Phone 961-5715;) for FREE PROMPT: ROAD SERVICE
Home Missions
"Aiiy\ youth who would' like mon: "Working Out Your Own
to share his talent Is welcome Salvation". Training Union, Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimate All Minor Repairs
Sunday Night Service 7 30 p. m. ," says llowell, who can 6:15: ; Evening Worship, 1:30.
Jan 31 1971 be contacted by phoning 964- Sermon "!low God Used Gid- *10 S. Temple Starke 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
6825: or attending/ a meetIng eon".
j Rev. Maxwell Friday, Jan. 29, at 7:30: Monday Deacons Meeting;
I State Mission at the Madison Street Baptist Youth Choir Practice 7:00.:
Church. Tuesday WMS Council MeetIng BUILDERS BRADFORD
The Youth for Christ Rally 10.30; a.m., Program MeetIng STARKE EDWARDSGrocery

Monday Night Feb. 1, 1971 730 p.m. Is for all churches and any 11:15: a.m. Covered Dish ABSTRACT CO.
Miss youth with an Interest In good Luncheon, 12 Noon; Business SUPPLIES, Inc. and Market
Sparkman clean fun and spiritual educa- Meeting, 12:30: p.m.. Junior
Nigeria Mission tion, according! to llowell., It la Choir, Girls In Action, 3:30 Groceries Meats Feed Better Sen Ice For Your
Hardware
totally oriented for youth !by p.m.; Primary Choir Girlsin Featuring Ace
youth from the sixth grade Action 4:15: : p.m. Complete Paint Supplies! GAS AND OIL Title Problems

Tuesday Night Feb. 2, 1971 730 p.m. : through college. Wednesday Family Night Jack and Gladys: EdwardsU. Abstracts
I Supper; 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting, and Sporting Goods
Rev. Langley II II I it.A. Meeting, 6:30. Teachersand S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
Home Mission I Officers :
Meeting.7:15p.m.: ,
: GLOVER Church Choir Practice 815.: : "Check With Us First" PHONE( 964-5312 15HV.. Call Ph. 964-6SRI

Wednesday Night-Feb. 3, 1971. 730 p.m. : ELECTRIC Visitation.Thursday 7:00: p.m.Church wide 219 Washington St. 9SI-5Z70

Rev MayEcuador W.A. llogan Pastor
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give to the March of Dimes Indians Lose Two


L KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --: :=MELii1 I Games Last WeekBy J



Jay Ellis, Jr. the second half Charles Dor-
S sey led Mayo with 25 point,
Keystone / The Kystone Heights Indians and Hurner led the Indiana wtUi
I were defeated 5754 last Fri-
r fly)I GLORIA Hi'itesl'I ----.1 day at Pierson by the Taylor 16.Hurner 16; Wrinkle 6.; Bleu-
High School Wildcats after a dale 6; Leino 4; Heptnstall 4
PjeaairfCall:: 473-3288"' late rally was choked off by the Brannon 4.; Mooneyhom 2.
r .. stiff Wildcat defense. Dwight
EASTERN STAR prominent guest speaker at- I Erwin led Taylor with 25 points JUNIOR VARSITYThe
GOLF CLUB 0 Slocomb on January 21. The colorful ceremony of Advance tending the Conference at Park- Bob Hurner sparked a late KITS Junior Varlsty If
Congratulations to Mrs. Ar- Sorry to report that Mrs. Night was observed at O-Palms will be the speaker. KIIS rally that failed as Taylor to Taylor High School Wilde.
thur Ketch who won first placeIn P.B. Hall Is confined to Bradford Eastern Friends of the various churches Iced
the Tuesday Jan. 19, the game on two foul 50-45 on January 22 In Pier
the third night at the Sally County Hospital and E.F. Star Chapter meeting. Advancing are invited, but as this shots with 25 seconds left.Hur- The Indians were led In scorl
Tournament In Ormond Beach Allshouse Is In the Veteran's1I0spltalin to a station higher In the newspaper Item Is after the II W 4 ner led Keystone with 23 points by Larry Turknett and J
last week.A Gainesville. Order were Associate Matron reservation date they may still k5R and also had 13 rebounds. Mike Kuykendall with 20 and ISpok
husband-wife mixed Four Miss Gertrude Houser Mrs. Matle Lee KIngsbury and Associate call Mrs.Walter Grollck Chairman i C Wrinkle led the rebounding with respectively.The .
Ball Tournament was held at S.E. McKay and Mrs. Kyle Mc- Patron, Floyd Koons, who will advise you. 18. Keystone JV's also kr
the Keystone Heights Golf and Murtry spent the day with former to the Worthy Matron and Wor- ANNOUNCEMENTBible lIurner 23; Bleasdale 10; 48-46 to the Mayo High Horns
Country Club Sunday afternoon. Keystoner, Mrs. C.M. Mc- thy Patrons stations, In pre- Land Pilgrimage with Wrinkle 8; Brannon 4.; Hep- In Mayo last Saturday In
Prizes were awarded at a Crary in Jacksonville. They paration of the first meeting install 3. that went overtime. TV,..
game
Covered host, Stewart N. McCord, pas-
Dish dinner held that lunched played bridge and rem- after Installation In March. Indians were led In scoring
evening. Winners were: Miss InIsed about former days In Election of the new officers tor of Keystone Heights Community r INDIANS BOW by Turknett with 14 points.This
Penney Rodgers and Jack Herman Keystone Heights. will be held on February 16. ; Church will conduct TO HORNETS loss left the Indians 4-6 for the
2nd place; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Richard Lovorn has returned Other advancing officers will this tour from April 27. Some The only thing good for the season.
Kent Cantrell 3rd; Don Shac- from a two weeks visit be Conductress Betty; Sikes and of the itinerary will includethe Indians In losing 61-44 to the The Indians travel to St. Joe
kleford and Mrs. Genie Jett; with her daughter and son-in- Sentinel Homer Sikes to the area around the Sea of Mayo Hornets last Saturday on January 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whartonand law, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hen- stations of Associate Matron Galilee Nazareth,Samaria,Jerusalem 0" \ 0o ,1 tight was that Bob Hurner's The Keystone girls lost 41-

Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Ai- derson, in San Juan, Puerto and Associate Patron. Other Mt. Olives Garden =::'- tree Injury was not serious. 27 to the Mayo Hornets. Step
ken. Rico. While there Mrs. Lo- officers to be elected will be of Gethsemane and others including ...: : : : _..:: : "o Humer suffered with a hanie Banister led the Indiana
and the lIendersons flew "- y ,
vorn Associate Conductress, presently the Holy City.!; JJ! \ -v _.o .- irulsed knee midway throughiEiiOii In scoring.
SEWING CLASS to St. Thomas V.I. for sightseeing Jackie Weeks, and a Pastor McCord has a pre L ..-. "T::.. ....":-.=::' .4: : aMCai'.+.
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and "
The Monday Night Adult Sew shopping. new Sentinel to be elected. The pared brochure. He writes In --- -
ing Class Journeyed to "Cloth Mr. and Mrs Roger Pang- remaining stations to be filled this. "I feel I certain that you TMt CMILO YOU SAVE MAY 66 YOUR OWN

World" In Jacksonville last born of Jacksonville were will be Secretary, Treasurer may have had on many occasions -
Monday night where they were weekend guests of his parents, Associate Conductress and after reading the Bible POWELL'S) \ MOBILE!
Mr. and Mrs. Don Pangborn.Dr. -- - - -- -- -
met by the manager of the Sentinel. wanted to walk "where Jesus r IImlE"LLAGE

store who Introduced them to and Mrs. John Davis are Following the business of Advance walked" This Inspirational Floyd Gnann Bids For REA \ By Joyce Rowe
a fabric salesman and a "No- home after a month's stay In Night which was conduc- Journey,. you will t Large Trailer
tions" salesman who explaineda Silver Spring Md. where they ted by Worthy Matron Jo Reed cherish. with memoriesthat rarking
little about their products.It visited their son and his fam- and Worthy Patron Gilbert will last a lifetime." t. Dist. 6 Post Spaces In
was a most Informative and ily, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Davis Reed a social hour was en- Mrs. Doris Bratcher,who has
enjoyable trip. The sewing class and son, Kenon. After return- Joyed, and refreshments servedby A Mlddleburg resident, Gnann a son, Rick, 16. been living In Rhode Island, LAKE, I Bl'TLEl!
Is open to anyone who would Ing from Maryland, Dr. Davis Mrs. Martha Beam, chair- states he will "appreciate the Clay Electric members will is visiting her parents, Mr. J 10X30 Concrete
like to learn to sew. It Is made a trip to West Virginiaas man, Mr. and Mrs. Donald and PERSONALSWe :. honor of representing the members also elect trustees for District and Mrs. Carl Ford. Patio,
held every Monday night at a consultant for the Fed Anna McRae, and Mrs. Jane are sorry to hear of the of District 6 and. If nominated 9 (Angus Hastings incum- Don't forget to take your I t I Lamp Post. Utility Mou/ s,
the Home Economics Depart- eral Government, the department Dors. sudden Illness of Earl Allshousewho and elected, will workas bent) and District 8 (C.N.Smith children to Keystone Friday ., City {Water\ Sewer (Jar;
ment at Keystone High School of Health, Education and underwent emergency sur- honestly and purposefullyas incumbent) as well' as DistrictsI Jan. 29, to get their Rubella bagc I ick-up.
from 7 to 10 p.m. Welfare. FRIENDS NIGHTOn gery at the Veterans HospitalIn possible with other mem- I and 6. The District I elec- shots. They will be given In
Mrs. A.C. Holt has returned February 2 at 8 o'clockall Gainesville on Jan. 21. Mrs. bers of the board, manage- tion, In which Murrhee and the school gym from 9 to 3 For Details Call
HERE N' THERE from a trip for the holiday of the 18 elected and appointed Allshouse reports he Is gain- ment, and personnel In solv- Mrs. Baker arecandldates, will and are free. Doctors and nur-
Recent visitors of the E.T. with her family In Severna Park, officers of the OES Ing a bit, but has been quite ing the cooperative's problems be held Thursday, Feb. 4, at ses from Green Cove Springswill I/I 496-2261 or 496-3861
Martins were Mrs. Martin's Md. and surrounding areas. Chapter will entertain a friend ill. and striving for con- 7:30: p.m. in the Mlddleburg be giving the shots and .
mother Mrs. Mary Kimball Congratulations of Mrs. My- and this friend will conduct Everyone was happy to greet tinued growth of this Community!; Center. If you have not had your child
and her sister and brother- ron C. Prevail, Jr. for her part of the ritual of the Or- "Mother" Holt in church Sun ganizatlon. Floyd Gnann 42, Clay County inoculated, you are urged to
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harri- poise on her television program der, as each Is a represen- day. She is back in her own Gnann was recently elected I; Zoning Commission administrator do so.
son Barnes, Jr. aired every fifth weekat tative member of a chapter. home with Mrs. Hazel Rogersas chairman of the Clav County has announced as a The Woman's Club Is plan-
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of 6:45: ajn on Channel 4. Some friends represent out- companion Her plans are Indefinite Democratic Executive Com candidate from District 6 of Ing a luncheon and card partyat 6AIIgA't
Odessa, N.Y. are staying for WJXT-TV In Jacksonville. The of-state as well as State Chapters .present mittee. He Is married to the the Board of Trustees of Clay the Club Friday, Jan. 29,
two months at the Holiday Beach programs are under the Extension Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scrip- former Ruth Plummer. They Electric Co-operative. beginning at 12 o'clock. The
Apartments.Col. Department of the University Refreshments and a social ture entertained guests from have two children: Mrs. Tela Gnann Is the only candidateto charge is $1.25. sh
and Mrs. D.A. Nelson, !; of Florida" the County hour at which time Friends may New Brighton, Pa. recently Green of Memphis, Term and qualify in District 6 to date. If you have a son betweenthe
former Keystoners, who now Agent's Office and the State enjoy meeting chapter members These friends, Mr. and Mrs. The election will be held at a ages of 8 and 11, he might
reside at Wesley Manorln Mandarin 4-11 Programs. will follow In the Ban- Floyd Klitz and Miss Edna Wur- meeting; of co-op members at enjoy Joining the Cub Scouts.
They meet each Tuesday afternoon -
spent Saturday In Key- quet Hall. zell were former parishioners Bryan Jennings Elementary
stone. Members will want' to remember when Rev. Scripture was School In Meadowbrook Sub- at Ellam Baptist
Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. B. R. Slocomb Mrs. Daisy Hall, one pastor of the Missionary Al- INDIAN BEACH division, Orange Park, at 7:30: Church after school. Mrs. Dean
Slocomb and her family on the and lalnce church in New Brigh Crouch Mrs. George Hanks,
of the Chapter's oldest p.m. next Friday, Feb. 5.
Services Held] and Mrs. Stephen Ashley are
death of her husband, BernardAMAZING most faithful members until ton.Mrs. Sutton of Gaines (Lake Santa Fe) District 6 Is a new area com- Den Mothers. Charley
At Keystone Hts. hospitalized by Illness and advanced ville .spent Mae the week-end with By Michael II. Chilly prising all of Duval County and
age.FELLOWSHIP. that portion of Clay County
Phone 475-1812 VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. E.
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Peyton and
north and west of a line and h
Members of the Melrose Volunteer
family Mrs. Sutton and Mrs.
Bernard R. Slocomb, 74, retired CLUB Payton are sisters.HOMEMAKERS running east to the Intersectionof Fire Department met Johns
millwright, died Thursday What originally was called Howdy friends from your SH-21 to its Intersectionwith at the Parish House for their
Fun-Game Day for the mem- Rolling-Reporter. All us Chit- SR-224 (Kingsley Avenue)
Jan. 21, In the Veterans quarterly meeting. At this time
bers and friends will meet this It out the Johns Ri About This Queatlot..
Hospital at Gainesville after an !lye; have been having then east to St. the new slate of officers was
NO extended Illness. He had livedat afternoon (January 28) at 1:30: CLUB with the Flu Bug, and at one ver.The presented and elected unani- "A businessman can hi-vo
TANKPUMP Keystone Heights for the at the Lions Club. The scheduled meeting of the time we thought we might lose District 6 seat Is now mously. insurance to cover the co.t
past nine years coming from Recently many newcomers Keystone Club of January 20 the battle. .So I certainly hope vacant. The district came into Those presented were: PresIdent of business interruption and
Fitchburg, Mass. He was a have settled In this area, and failed to have enough mem- all of you can stay'away from being when an old district held Henry \\llllams;Vice- lost rentals from risks such
Il O LoI member of the Fitchburg some have been trying to "geta bers to continue the program. that Bug. .' by the late D.H. Dukes and president, Col. George GIbbs; as fire, windstorm and ex
Grange No. 186 and the Community little fun out of their retirement A new Club of 4-H boys is My mother Cricket and Granny one held by Richard Murrhee. Secretary, Adm. Deutermann; plosion. He can also Insure
I Church of Keystone ," but did not know being planned here and the Copeland went to Gainesville Keystone Heights. Murrhee is Treasurer, Col. Ralph Stevens; against lost earnings from such
v Heights and was associatedwith of this Fellowship Club. It has mothers of the 4-II' ers nor- on business Friday afternoon a candidate for re-election in Fire Chief, Rudolph Dampier; risks. Does the Charley E.
the Crocker-Burbank Paper .been serving many for some mally should be the active members Sunday, Roy and Teen- District 1 and Is opposed by 1st Assistant Chief Jimmy WIl- Johns Agency supply all such
Co. In Fitchburg for many seven years, and membershipIs of the Homemakers Club. le Crenshaw of Gainesville Mrs. Joy Baker, former Key- liams; and Assistant Chief Insurance for the business firm
years. He was' a veteran of ever Increasing, but wordto The reason for this statementis spent the day with us and we stone Heights city clerk. Bunyon Kelley, Jr.; 3rd Assistant or the property owner0"Charley
World War I. mouth Invitations help much that the very fine programand enjoyed a cookout, since the T.L. Drake president of Chief John Harpe Jr.
more than News Notes mrs. projects are focused on weather turned nice. It's hardto the Clay Electric Board of Directors named were: Harry E.

We have it.Its Edward Roberts, a new mem- the home-clothing, foods, and believe the difference In Trustees, will preside at the Jackson, Lt. Col. ,R, Simmons
his widow H. ber and Roberts have been decoration for the In few District 6 election meetingnext
Surviving are Mr. younger temperatures a days Gen. P.F. Kromer, Jr., JOHNS AGENCY
service! Miriam Earls Slocomb Key- anxious to have that "fun" for group of parents. Mrs. Pre- time. Friday. The top two vote Murray Sipprell Ed Longnecker -
like city Balanced water Flow stone Heights j one daughter, sometime. There probably are vatt, Jr. is Assistant agent of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hatfield getters from each district will and Carl Hagglund. Past 131 So. Walnut St.
Goulds Mrs. Barbara Wrisley, Com- many other "Mr. and Mrs." Clay County!; Extension Home- and daughter Kelly, and Mr. have their names placed on the officers were' thanked for their
delivers fresh water
pump umbla, S.C.; two sons, Bar- or single retirees who should makers Council and devotes and Mrs. Hag! of Jacksonville, general election ballot March services. Phone 994-6070
Instantly-as much as you nard L. Slocomb, Scotia N, know about this Club. There's her time to the 4-H Club pro- were recent supper guests of 25 at the Annual Meeting of the Members of the communityare ..
want at all taps at same Y., and Roger It. Slocomb, La- real fellowship in getting together gram. Mrs.Imogene Ritenburgh Jack and Lou Miller and family co-operative in Keystone urged not to forget their
time, up to 520 gal per Mirada, CalU.; one brother with others of their own Is County!; Agent. Until more The Millers went to visit Heights.HAMPTON. dues which are $6 per year. -
hourl 0 with Clayton W. Slocomb Braden- peers, and so readers of this Interested women will Join the his aunt, Mrs. Claude Pitch- Although these men serve as
Dependabilityfrom ton; II grandchildren, and three column tell someone else aboutus Keystone Club which has been ford, In Interlachen, who cele- volunteers money is needed KEYSTONEHEIGHTS E
great-Rrandchl: please. meeting in the Civic Hall of brated her 75th birthday. TC. for the equipment.
The Club luncheonmeetingwill City Hall of third Wednesdayat Miller was home from Lake Several letters of appreciation -
SUIT" TODAY AT Funeral services were held at be February 11 at 12:30at 10 a.m., the club is In "re- City Junior College recently, were read at the meet-
2 p.m. Saturday In Jones Me- which time everyone pro- tirement. and brought Milton Griffis of ing, sent by persons grateful
DURRANCEPump morial Chapel Keystone vides a covered dish plus your Dade City, also a student, with By Mr*. D. E. Hill to the fire department because
own table service, beverageand him to visit. Buddy Webb of .
Heights with Rev. Steward Mc- .. when help was needed they "
serving utensil. In this Jacksonville was a lunch guest '
& Supply'HI Cord officiating Interment was were there.WOMAN'S DIRECTOR
In Mount Hope Cemetery, West way everyone shares the labor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOF I while visiting Jack recently. Mrs. LL, Melton was hon-

N. TEMPLE ?96>( '1.7061 Acton Mass. In lieu flowers' of putting on a meal. I KEYSTONE l HEIGHTS I Pete and Joyce Barton were ored with a family supper for """"
friends may contribute to the Pastor: Lawrence Carroll I visiting Jim and Evelyn Brum- her birthday on January 19. CLUB; NURSERY
COMMUNITY CHURCH mett over the weekend' in Pana- Mr. and Mrs.
Book of Golden Memories, In Present were
William II, Price, a professor -
On February 1 at 12:30: o'- ma City Glen Thomas and family, Mr.
OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN care of Mrs. Albert Bachmann,
or the Community l Church. clock the Church Women will Sunday School, 9:45: ; Worship Fred and Corine Thleman of and Mrs. Clarence Melton and at the University of Florida O.C. Carnes Nurse t
;
enjoy a luncheon at Park-O- Service, 11; Church Training Jacksonville, were down' at their children Mr, and Mrs. Irving was guest speaker at the
Palms followed by a General 6:30: p.m.Evening Service, 7:30. lake home over the weekend' McConaghy and son, Otis Mel- regular semi-monthly meeting Thousands of plants
Meeting in the Lounge, when a MondayYouth Choir Prac- Mrs. Jo Strandbert' pull- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence of the Woman's Club. He gavea
review the book. "The Fruit Trees-Shade! Tr*<
on -
tice 7 and fell and
limb down
p.m. Ing a Bias, and Mr. and Mrs. Mel- "
TuesdayGirls in Action, fractured her arm. We sure ton. A gift of an eight-piece Game of Nations, which' describes Evergreens
Y Mission Friends, 315.: hope she's better real soon dining-room set was presented the problems of nations Camellias & Azaleas
%* f WednesdayHour of Power Barbara Barrows spent a few to Mrs. Melton from her around the world. MOST AM. IN CANS
Keep up on 7 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal days with her parents last\'Veek.' family. Luncheon was served by Mrs. PLANT ANY TIME
W.J. Grollck, Mrs. Phil Kro-
8. Mr. and Mrs. Frizner of St.
Mr. and Mrs. C.R Hicks took
currentaffairs Thursday- Acteens (Girls 12- Petersburg, and Mrs. Eddie their daughter Debra to Greenville mer, and Mrs. H.W, Decker. Ileautlful ROMS -

.t 17), 3.13.: Pine of Arcadia, spent a few S.C. Sunday to enrollin Members also discussed LandscapingPhone
plans to plant trees Arbor Day.
days with Tom and Lillian Nor Bob Jones University as a
This Sunday evening at 7:30: wood and Mrs. Llnnie Norwood. second year student. They 659.2165

I4p$ the Bennie Hammel of the Bald- The only fishing report have planned to stay until Wednes- DUPLICATE BRIDGE 23 :Mi. S. S. of Starke en
easy wayRead win Organ Co. will bring an this week, comes from Griffin's day. Their daughter, Laurie. Duplicate Bridge winners last Fiorahome
100
Hwy at
organ concert In place of our Lodge. Alan Griffin and also accompanied them and week Tuesday Mrs. Pa-
were: ,
evening service. Mr. Hammel Mr. Barringer caught 3 bass with his grand-
i Randy stayed
ley Boyd and Mrs. F.T. Hogue,
the Pulitzer Prize is an outstanding musician anda then 2 bass and 1 1Jackflsh
one day, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
REALTOn
Science parents, 1st place; Mrs. A,V. Bannister S. E. McKAY.
winning Christian number of out-of-town visItors another day. Hicks.
and Mrs. CWlIardy I 2nd place
Monitor. Rarely more than who have had the oppor- It looks like that cool snap Mrs. GS !Newcomb: of Mrs. John Jett and Mrs. Ray; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4415

20 pages, this easy-to- tunity to hear him play are kept most everybody home, Gainesville and Mrs. Elizabeth Starnes, 3rd place Mrs. Pat
r/ read daily newspaper gives expected to attend this concert. cause nobody hardly had any Terrell of Starke were Fri Fraher and Mrs. ;Pearl Roberts Appraisal; Service
you a complete grasp of The public is Invited to come news. So till next week, may day afternoon guests at the 4th place.Thursday The But in LoV.front'
and enjoy! this hour of lovely the good Lord bless and keep home of Mr and Mrs. L.A.
national and world affairs. night winners were'
f Rentals
Hom Acreages
music with Now here's a ,
organ us. you all. message Mrs. Mary Wattersonand
busi Wynn Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starncs 1st
Plus fashion, sports,
The Dorcas Class held Its for .
Just you Mrs. T.F. Brown were
Prizes Go To Cultivation Of ness, and the arts. Read quarterly business meeting place; Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. ASSOCIATee
also visiting that day.
F,T. Hogue 2nd Mrs.
the newspaper that 91 % Tuesday morning at the home JOHN 3:16: Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Melton Raymond Crabtree, place and; Mrs. :Mrs MelbA lUen 473-474C

Savings Accounts, TootA of Congress reads. of Mrs. R.L. Ennls. A cov- visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W.H. Davie 3rd place Mrs. Col. J. CTirvilngton 473-4S7K
- - ered dish luncheon was enjoyedby For God so love the world, Hagan In St. Augustine Satur- W.J. Crouch and Mrs.; C.W. L, J. Koblnwii 175-4041
well-culllvated savings aa'runt Please send me the Monitorat the senior ladles of the The words In the Bible say. day, and saw their new grand (Hardy, 4th place. Pa..hl'1 Carr 473-40S1)
the special Introductory rate church after the meeting. And the very best part of all, daughter. 2Jh
wins a prize fur more rcwjmlinK for six months for only $8 There will be a Youth Rally Is that lie still loves you today.
(him that of the Itiituest: pumpkinever a saving of $7. this Saturday evening at 7:30at :
crown makes your most Check order the Madison Street Baptist God gave His only Son, : 0 I
rj or money "t&Tfo\ (
dearly cherished: dreums come rlorioiisly enclosed Church In Starke. Any young To die on Calvary.To \ ,
people, ages 12 years and up wash away all sin, P ; "
t true I Ior fj Bill, me 44sSTa
in our community who would From sinners like you and me.
name like to go should call the Church 1 aa'TiMEe
office and leave their names, Now we no longer must perish
Come In an'l Open Your Account aleel If we will Just believe. t

Today! city portatlon. Just confess Jesus Christ as
I will be at the Church at 7 Savior, Hlway 21 North Keystone, Hta. r

alale .Ip_PBiS p.m. to drive the young people Open you heart, and Jesus re r

over to Starke and back. We ceive. Steaks Fresh Seafood
BANK Barbecue -
KEYSTONE STATE THECHRISTIAN hope that many of our young
SCIENCE folk will be able to attend this Now you have Eternal Life, Buffet Lunch Daily
Member F.D.iLC. Keystone Het/ntll/ Fta.Your. worthwhile meeting.We As we are told In Cod's Wordof
MONITOR,,, would like to welcome two love. "A lazy man liken to think Dining Room Open 7 a.m.12 p.m.
!,Fr J.nIlIY Hank In Your Friendij Box Ire A.lor Station new members to our Church You own a robe, a crown, anda that it Is just his way of conserving -
Community1.*"' Botton. Muuc"uutta 02123 Mr. and Mrs Royall C. Mercer Jewel enemy." For Take-Out Orders Call Ole Al 473-9620
And a home in Heaven above.

January 28, 1971 T.l.n.>mh o__. ":;



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in BRIEFBY Mrs. Tommy Cox --

Will Write



SOCIAL Mr. and NEWS Mrs. John Green LINDA of C the. COX recreational committee.The Brooker News CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESUlTS

and Infant eon. Allen of Memphis -, Recreational committee The Telegraph Is pleased to
Term, were here visiting consist of the following people: announce that Mrs. Tommy Cox
John's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bristol Miss Shirley is our new correspondent at
A.L. Green recently.Congratulation Green J.W. Kelley and Mrs. Brooker and will endeaver to
send In news items regularly
: ToT/SgUand Ernest Edwards.Our -
Mrs. Crete Wood :an the arrival new fire Chief George in the future ,
of their daughter Carle Joan O. Pierce along with E.W. Hod- Mrs. Cox is placing a "news "
bom Jan. 16. 1971. Mr.and Mrs. ages and Carl Edwards attended box" In Green's store at BrooK-
Wu 1d also have two sons, Jef- a Fire-fighting School er, for the convenience of per- r
fr V and Todd. The family Is this week In Starke. The school sons who have items for publication CLASSIFIED AD RATES FOR SALE 750.00 Cok 4 Bedroom, 2 :lath: homes .
it' toned at Fairchild AFB, was sponsored by the Ocala in The Telegraph. Items Machine for$350 Mi Alngton. Proud grandpar- Fire College. The town wishesto may be dropped In the box, or Minimum Charge ... .1.75 arette, twenty column machine Easy twins'!: Located on Road: SPORTS
ei i are Mr. and Mrs. L.C. express appreciation to these may be given to Mrs. Cox by (Covers IS words) for $330. Emlth Shell 100 South. For information call
W .n1 of Brooker. men for devoting their time calling at 4853801. Sft'on. Lawtey, f.a.. 3tp 2-11 964-7701. tfchff MOORE BOAT FOR
r*. Mary L. Green of and efforts for the benefits of We will appreciate it If read- Each word over 1J-To 'REFINISHING;
B cher will celebrate her 90th our safety.; ers in the Brooker area will 50c Extra Charge If not FOR SALE '70' Chevrolet. YOUR MONEY\ ALL TYPES

B thday Sunday Jan. 31th 1971. CHURCH NEWS NOTES: On give their news Items to Mrs. paid In advance Tako up pIl3'monts. Small PECANS UI'IIOLSTERYCABINET
Starke Ph. 964-5791!
SI will be honored with open Sunday Jan. 3. a Ground- Cox each week so that we may equity P:\ore 964-7306 Itp
H ae !given at the home of Mr. breaking Ceremony was held have a more Interesting and CLASSIFIED DISPLAY omplete: Outboard & WORK
at Mrs. Tommy Cox of Brook at the new Brooker Baptist newsworthy report from Brooker $1.50 Per Inch FGR SALE Expert Reproductions
Stern Drive Service and
er. All friends and relatives Church site. each week.companied SKYLINE 1971
ar* invited to call between the On Sunday Jan.17, the Brooker Memorials Resolutions MOBILE HOMES Shelled or Unshelled Repair Complete Fiberglass C. E. JACKSON
hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Baptist Church conducteda Proclamation, etc -70 word ] Repair Custom- 1313 W. MadronStarke
the above date Baptism ceremony at Santa by Mrs. Bobby Dyal. WHOLESALE RETAIL built Fiberglass] Fishing
TOWN NEWS: The Brooker Fe River. This Service took The church wishes to thank CARDS OF THANKS 12' x 60'I .
Town Council held their regular place immediately after the Mr. Outlaw for Ms dedication 50 word..* or led __. S.OO Bedroom $< .995 Pecans Cracked5c floats'!

monthly meeting, Monday Jan. morning worship hour. Those lie has done a marvelous Job Each word over JO-7o
11, During the meeting George baptized were; Tony Castlen with the choir. Also our thanksto Furnished Ib.. 21-INCH ADMIRAL Color HAY FOR SALE Limited
O. Pierce was elected our new Gary Melvin, Donna Melvin, our pianists: Mrs. Howard (used) TV .w.th: new picture .
Fire Chief. It was decided that Robin Parrish of Brooker: and Douglas and Mrs. Bobby FOR SALE Oak and bard- OLIN'S MOBILE C. R. BRADFORD tube. Dahmer's Discount If amount of excellent: quality:
the Civil Defense siren wouldbe Steve Wynn and Gregg Dodd Dyal who also !give of their 'wood for lire place. $10 HOME SALES Starke; Farmers Market chg hay $32 ton. J. R. WainwrIght -
used .for fire alarms in- of Starke. Officiating at the time and talent to the Lord.A brand! delivered. Contact, phone 964-7833 ltp

sUad of the present bell sy- baptism ceremony was the news box will be placedIn Lorry O'Naa.1 I at 964- 200. tfchg Starke, Fa.! -100 West HOUSE FAINTING, Interior, Lost Last Wed. Heart Shaped'

stem. pastor Rev. James L. Tem- Green's Grocery. Anyone, exterior, by contract or hourly necklace with sets all 'around
Mayor M.O. Harrell signed a ple.Later who baa. any news-worthy N FAST TV &: STEREO REPAIR COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage Reasonable rates, first It. Sentimental< value. Reward
proclamation' calling for the In the day the choir terns please put a note In It Free pick-up: clt t: parents wanted some LEW'S class: worlrmanshlp. Contact Call Betty Reaves 964-7711 or
annual City; Election on Tuesday under the direction of Lavern or contact. m<,: Linda G. limits Dahmer'g; Discount Marrl. couples and 'women. Ronnie) Roberts, Mcnday-Fri- 964-7018. Itchg
Feb. 9. At stake this time Outlaw Sr. of Starke, participated Cox.Your tfchl Salary starts $347 per month WELDING SHOP day, 7 to 4:30: phone 4311128.
are four councilmen seats in the Annual Associa- co-operation Is nee- per person S day. week 8 hour Nights and weekends Phone HELP WANTER: Havyq'JIp..
three for two year term; and tion Musical Festival.The Fes- cessary to help keep Brookerin WANTED -Ho\U! full of furniture "day. Promotional opportunitiesState Whimpering Pines Mo- 431-17BB,. 4thg 1-28-71 mont' opr): tarj:: fcr ops'utlonof :' :
ono for a one year term. Also tival was held at the new First the news.A.DDINO. ; pay cash. Dohmor's Retirement! sick leave tel US 301 S. Phone D-7 cat tractor. Pall! 'vasi-
the Mayor's seat and the Town Baptist Church In Keystone Discount. tfchg vacation, etc Please!! apply In 961.8252 WILL KEEP CHILDREN IN Jon: ftf.rl other bene".tt. Dili-

Clet 's seat.A Heights. The choir sang "God MACHINES: Mar person only .Personnel Office, my hcm< anytime. Monday nan Paper" : Co? Maxvllls Fla.. ,
Southern
of Interested is Great" and "Battle Hymmof Marine .
delegation Councilto Ml er .l.trie. Per lale atrent. Bur Land Center, OalncsvJte, UTILITY TRAILERS thru Friday. All ages. Best of xhone 289-2911. Itchg
parts met with the the Republic", and rateda
t fccuss: Organized Recreation B plus.' The choir was ac- Add MMract, er dtt kat- Moved To Gainesville Via. An equal opportunity employer CUSTOM: BUILT care Phone 964-8392. 1-28-71
New NameGainesville tfohg; GAS AND ELECTRIC
-
'or the Youth. The Council

appil nted Mrs. Betty Hayes to Brooker Market Committee MarineLYNN 'f.J: .: ,' WELDING BRAZING FOR SALE New ,bricfc,: or Tm
look Into the possibilities of "" SHEET METAl. folcsk homes on your lara.: No IS

this project. She will reportto HAMILTON MGR. TRAILER HITCHES monoy: d vn. As low as $65.00
< e Council on this new Sets Plans for Coming Seasonket Johnson Motors Cobra. Boat'" MARY INSTALLED per month.. Young America.
proj.' it at a later date. Marine Supplies Corp of Fbrld"16.1-741" | !! or HOMES
1'011" Hayes goes to work !lR4-5138. 41., 24.71
Imnmlately.: On Jan. 18 she The Brooker State Farmers Manager confirmed a report 1030 E. University Ave. CARTER
and 'her interested parents Market Committee is optimistic that the same buyers who Oalnesvllli FOR SALE-Blue meal! flake A V AUILI POI
met th the Recreational Com in planning for the 1971 have been on the market for WANTED LISTINGSOn Beach' Buggy, 1MB( VW sedan
mitt >4 to further discuss: Organ crop season. County; Agent the past two years will return Homes NOTICEStarke Chas ls. 700 Br'dj33' St. {1647480 -
>J Recreation for theYouu' George Huggins says that the for the up-coming sea and Acreage. Buyers.Waiting PAINTSNEW 4tp| 2-4-71 YOUR LOTX3,500
of our Town. Anyone In- Brooker area deserves much son. The committee agreed that Strout Realty Rti : and Keystone
terr.4d In helping with this praise for maintaining a mar- these buyers were satisfactory Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. CUSTOM MADE IIJ'Rpe"1es! ,
new project, please contact ket outlet for the farmers of In handling produce for the Ph. AfU-ftflng StArke. Fin. ITEMS Heights area Customers (labor: ) $2.00 and up.,lpov-!

Mrs. Hayes or any member the area. M.O. Harrell Mir-\ Brooker area. They are inter- For all your Real Estate Hastings Mattressand ems $12.50 and up (la:ori) Ph.
WALL PAPER fIB-t-518. 4tp 24.71
ested In crops like cucumbers Need*- Buy Sell Exchange : _
beans pepper eggplant squash Appraisal. Ex- Unpainted Furniture Upholstery BIG 'FENS. Ball Point Re
THURS. FEB. 4 thru SUN. FEB. 7JACKSONVILLDCOLJSEUM
and peas. A fair acreage of pert Advice on all Real fills. Bradford County Tele. 1600 SO FT..
these vegetables has already Estate Problems Call Wood Graining Kit 710 St. John Ave.PALATKA graph.
been pledged and additional BILL POWELL OFUVINO
Is anticipated Reg. Real Estate Broker FOR SALE -Three bedrooms
acreage as plantIng K-80 Paint Remover
2 Baths, with! Florida Roam AREA
time draws nearer.A Phone 861-6484 Is Open AgainFURNITURE
valuable addition to the Blarke Plaza Starke Houses Washed and enclosed prate and recent
Brooker Market was made last Ucbg( pnnt! jft makes this one

season by the Installation ofa Lawn Mowers For Rent Repaired Refinished of the nicest buys in Starke. CALLSLADE
set of truck scales capableof Reasonable down payment
weighing semi-trucks with iller Brown 102 EAST. BROWNLEE ReupholsteredNEW with 5 3-4 Int.. on .balance.
their load. They are being used MATTRESSESFREE Close In with> pavement. A. J.
by trucks hauling poultry cattle STREET Thomas Realtor, Tel. 964-5701
hay and pulpwood. During ESTIMATES tfchu
harvest seasons they will be -- ,
Call Collect 328.2144 HOME
SJrsVolkswagen EUNICE NURSERY
used for seasonal commodities.The .
scales were Installed last FOR RENT -12 wide. 2 bedroom t.: Persimmon, pear" plum nectarine
August and use has Increased trailer outside city fruit trees Shads
steadily according to Mr. lIar- limits. J. B. White 964-4114. trees, blueberries, ornamental SERVICES
New, .i Uee4 ta). ttchgBARRETT = 0------ shrubs. 2 ml'es N. of Law-
rell.The
committee was unani- Sales Service tey on 301 turn left at sign.
mous In agreeing that these SEWfHGMACHINE Fhor 7B2-346S tfghg For Information
total marketing facilities area 1 MI. North of Tin Mall
valuable asset to the pro- GAINESVILLECARL FOR RENT- Furnished and Call Jacksonville
duction area. An effort will be Water Conditioning lmfurn'lsh' acarfmenti good' Collect
made to let farmers !know about locstlon, close In. W. H. Noll-
the possibilities of the Brooker and Pump Co. Sales] and Service man. tfchg 81.405Jacksonville

Market and urge their use of NECCHI
the facilities. 130 Court Street I PFAFF fiPRAYINO. : : Pecans! trees for
Slnfl.d and BEGGS New HomeUniversal moss. Prices can affcrJ.
Phone you
Harrell that additional 961.5832PLUMBING
: .. says
(wduccd by Dir d br I ,
468-1305 cftsr 5:00 Box
: p.m.
MVIN FEW RICHARD SARSTOW committee meetings will be held Gulf ServiceUSED ,
7/1 3'>
as needed. $49:50 / WaMo. fiq4_4tp 2-11
All Still Reserved>Tax Incl.I5.004.00.3.00. SAVE:$1 ON KIDS UNDER 12THUHS. PARTS up
I:' .(1[. FBI.MATINEE I Parts & Repairs on FOR SALEMOBILE -
Top Prices for Wrecked
.IAT. Monxma. 10130' AMTICKtTI Car Water Conditionersand I all other Make Ma. HOME on 2 lots, air

ATI,'IACKIONVILK COLISCUM.MEMMINO'UK TICKET OFFICE 21 Hour Wrecker Service Pumps chInevMNATIONAL: ccnditlorsd.! completely fuf- Business
.CIVIC AUDITORIUM TICKET INFORMATION 194-2041 HOGSFOR Fuel Oil .. WELL DRILLING Wshcd. 1-4 mil eut of Lake

tOU USF SI All Mrnit TM* Cv *n New' Uiert Can Sales and Rentals Oencva Pit Office en Hwy.

AMIIn,.>.> Ci>eu. ... ....,. SALE 100. 471-4'i75.' _4tp 2-11
.I' cnc.l. u. r0 C"'" .1. 0..4 Hwy. ail N. Waldo Repair Department
o'.
hum: 100 Wol.i SiJ i xma. ca.cm 611 W. Univ. Ave. Directory
.. ,[/. TIME FOR SALE By cwner CB
kwn.dl.l. 313O1r 488-1998 24 Hour Service
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.r--*<"'*1itl.li' ( ."aJ. 1-3 4 IHutl.JFfL (110M 616IM:: : $22.50 A Head 378-1355 houe, 2 BR bath, carport, Y

__:c.n1fit..e1: ...: I Il. ... M.I- tllPM utility room. Central a-c and Auto Sales and Service
I.N. T.I.I II ."....!.1 c.....'M...,Odi. I III. I ilOAM' Ready to Butcher SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, A. J. Thomas, Registered Real heat. 6 miles from Starko.
,,'.... rust /3130: IMd6M oiled and adjusted In your Estate Broker, Specializing inAppl'alsnla Call 904-964-7094 Starke, Fl*.
d.a. 7.... 2iIO, FM Phone 431.1881 home. .100.. Vacuum cleaner for Estates. Individuals 2tr 2.4 Parrish Motors
and
Corporate Owners.AVx .
4 r l... 2t'- .. tao,rn.CM'4 repairs also. All work
Ie. ...'.... WI........ ....... ....I.. .. ,.........>.....d......II.,,... ed. Dennis guarante > coiie'Tl<: I real a51ta'"> busInesj. PUMPSNEW DRIVERS NEEDED
E. Cogglna, Phone Thirty Years experience Tra'n rw to drive semi truck, ALES
431-1428 tfer.itTOR In Florida land: matters. Tel. lOCAl and over the, read.' Die- SERVICE
AND USED
'r *W6WWSW Sa PS:6PIkY4G5::: .tt7.: S'rYk4'hrr.:: : :: ::;m:fF.vGifa(:::>>i3D3'Linda RENT One trailer 9fi4-57Ql. Sb lrk... Fkrlc'a tf chg gel! cr gas: ; experience helpful PARTS

race. Ono Large -storaja: S\LES but: nt necessary You,: can
FOR SALE
: Treated and
ua.
shed: one moc-hanlc! chop: o' ewarehouse treated pine and lumber PARTS earn over $4.50 per hour after Always; Good Used Cars
And Diana cyp'oss -
Margie hrt trn'nlns.! For a-jpllcit'on'
301 South of
on random\ width and lenj'h. SERVICE fit Laura St. Ph. 338-554
and interview call
Starke. Call) Mutual Lumber : 305-523-
Lie. 964-7490 8 Creosoted poles, railroad cross Deep and Shallow Wells! 6464. or writ' Safa'y Dept.,
to
a.m. 4pm.tfchg.
Feature This Week's \ roes 1" back pip! *' for welding Water Softeners and Un'.tel: Syjtim', Ins.. 822 ELECTRIC MOTORS
; varlo'is shop equ'pmjnt. FiltersPlumbing North Federal, Highway Fort
'
welders etc Mutual Lumbar
Laud'rdale Florll1'33304
,
Company, Inc. 6 miles! scuth! PEAVY Brother.
I FOR SALE- Horse saddle on 301 Priors 964-7 90. Call Supplies thT 2.4

bridle and blanket. Phone !betwen' 8:00: A.M. and, 4:00: Exper'enced: Licensed: Plum- Electric Co.,

!l.f l.\ 964-6902. Itp PM. fchT EXPERT ALL SERVICE MAKES ON ber, contrast service: day or hurly right.! complete Curry Electric Motors

FOR SALE3 bedroom unfurnished PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Pl-tmblns.: phone 284-5449 Sold Serviced Repaired,
WATSON'SHoule house In Starke.Call cr 533-1381. 4tehif 2-H Generators starters Armature
Waldo 468-1868 after :S p.m. Rewinding'
f lip TRAILER LOT for rent. Nice 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528
PUMP: & SUPPLY CO.
of Vacuum shady.! : qUiet lot. U interested
A Combination OfShrimpFishScallops call 084-8112.
Many brands of new vacuum Up PIANOS
BAIRD
$1900: UP. Used machines from MEN NEEDEDT3 WATER FRONT LOTS

I S10, Expert Repairs all makes. Mobile Homes drive Semi Tractor Trailers FOR SALE YAMAHA PIANOS

Parts and Accessories for all NEW and USED local and over the road. On Crorty!: Lake 'and Crorby;) CONN and KIMBALL
vacuums. Built In Central vacuum Experience not nwessary. Lake: Cannl. (Canal 50 fetwHc. ORGANS
cleaning; systems. 712 N. 8.10.12' WideGalne.v111. Earning: potential )10SOO to 8 feet deep) Located: en
M'tln. OMnnvllle 37S-7110 $16.000 )::1' year after short State:: Rand: 100 3 mlss West

CLASP ENVELOPES all) Good Quality training. For application; : and cf Starke, Fla. Idea I for vacation

With Potato Pattie sixes.- Bradford County Telegraph. Reasonably] Priced interview, call 90 -388-4607. or cottage mobile home or
1 Gainesville 'write Advance D. T. Dept., Investment.
99 378-2785
Or French Fries And Serviced Guaranteed- and 1716 N. McDuff Ave Jacksonville Prices start at $1.29300. $200
INTERSTATE MOBILE Home Florida 32205. down and 35.00 month for 36
Delivered In Rtarke Ana
Hush Puppies '- moving In Fla. Call 964-5606. Ztohg 1-28 m ntto 8Vi( % simple! inter.
NO EXTRA COST
tfchgFOR est).
TJS 441 N. 450S NW 13th LEGAL. FORMS Brad Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to Spm.
Thurs., Jan. 28 Thru Wed. Feb. 3 SALE Northern Bob Gd.eev111.379.2795! ford County; Tclcfrapn. Ph. wyektfav. tf KIMUALL: "SWINGER"
164.6305.The.
White quail select breeders:! ORGANS
r also Tenn Kx>e Reds &: Blonde LOTS FOR SALE Sta'ke Gaff: Roosevelt Mall-J88-M1J
Cortunlx &: Button. E. R. Bow FOR RENT-bedroom house, Glass Shop &: Cccjntry Club, ready for
ere Rt. I Box 206. Branford $65 per month. 410 W. Andrew bull' \s\\\\ !'Ia. 32008. Ph. 9M2185.StehT. St. Contact Tolbert McCoy Glaaa lots area approximately) Here STORE
one 1-28 phone 9647818. ItpINSURANCE and larr-r. Paved: roads

w For _.. cnly 3 minutes from town. LITTLE DUDE
FOR SALE New brick 3 Prices start: at $1293.00. $200

236 s.TE."PLf.. Y bedroom 2 baths, living room All CARS and TRUCKS down and $35.00 .par month.
PHONE dining room family room. Installed Whlle-U-Walt Call 964-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Western Store
RATES
AT REDUCED
STARKE Y FHA or Conventional!: Financing.
Contact Buford Mitchell, AUTO. SIRE BOAT Custom Vinyl Auto Tops ttehg Waters
Clothing, Lutner-
ioifTH. :: 964.9972 Phone 064-6760. P.O. Box 238.SUrke. DOYLE E. CONNER 1017 N. Main TYPEWRITERS Manual or rood. ftaddlM and Trailers .
YcbB INSURANCE AGENCY G'rille t tlectrlo.: For sale. .r rent. Chad. .* Sharon Petty

t big Bradford County Telefrmpb. 1ft /.. Edcvwoori IMUI.BROOKER *

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