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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford county -

Mizell Draw commissioners in
SaysContinuation dirated Monday they

r don't want power toappoint
board members

Fire to the BradfordCounty
of what he establishment of a housing authority It 4 Hospital, the county
termed the positive and the completion of
program and the Deve-
library
of Past President Mac Bald- an environmental health sur- Robyn Warren. ,
win will be his aim for the vey for the entire county. lie ) \\t. ? The City of Starke's plansto lopment Authority.
Starke-Uradford County Cham- noted that funds have been authorized pave a portion of Parker

ber of Commerce In 1971, newly by the State for con- I Street came under fire Tues-
installed !President B.F' struction of a new high school day night from a group of citizens FirstBerry "It's" Just a little more home
Bud) Mizell stated. addition and a third phase of who live on the portion rule, Commissioner Ralph
new construction for the vo- which would remain unpaved Bryan said In seeking to have
the commission ask for appointive -
ca tlonal-technical.
Plenty of priority will be City Council promised the powers for the three local

given the four-laning of US- group, led apparently by Mrs. boards at a legislative hearingset
301 between Baldwin and Cal- Agriculture nas continued to lames/ Pet ison, the Street
lahan as woll as a tie-in with grow, with an Increase In poul t Committee will determine i If Queen Feb. II. For such appointments

1-95, Mizell told packed houseat try and cattle production right-of-way can be obtainedfor to be switched from the
Baldwin A
the Chamber's annual din- said. significant the additional 1,300 feet. !governor to the county com-
ner meeting at the Starke Golf tor in the increased cattle pro-
and Country Club last Thurs- duction county wide can be attributed Award recipients Harry Green, Rebecca McMillan, and Albert Lee Crosby The Council had planned to EntryMiss cial mission act would of the require Legislature.a spe

day night. : to the success of the are congratulated by Chamber Gov. George Roberts who mad the present pave that portion of Parker
Among other projects to be Chamber's annual calf scram- Street between SII-230 (T-::. Call As such the move would haveto
continued Is the Bradford Improvement ble which In the past fouryearshas ations. SO) and Wilson Road, a dis- Hobyn Warren, 17, be favored by the county's
added some 80 high qualityand tance of 890 feet There Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
Program, "and we legislative delegation of Reps,
intend to broaden the scopeof registered beef cattle to I $3,000() In the city budget for seph 1). Warren of Starke, Is Lane; Shaw and Wayne IIolllngs-
local herds. paving, and that would be the first entrant in the 1971
I
this committee. M.zell said. worth and Sen. Bob Saunders.
Though industrial growth has Chamber spent in paving the 890 feet. Bradford Strawberry Festival

The newly elected Chamber not reached the level hoped ChallengedTo I If the right-of-way for the during Beauty Pageant tile! annual set Bradford April 3 But apparently the other four

executive said he also intendsto for In the county, due largelyto additional 1,301)( () feel wouldbe County Fair. commissioners don'twantmore
pursue broadening the objectives Die tight! money market, some donated, there Is still the appointive powers than the
of the Better Business 100 new jobs have been createdIn question of where the moneywould Robyn, 5-4 brown eyed with board now possesses."It .
Bureau, a topic scheduled for the county by the expansion Lure Tourists come from for the pav- brown hair, is a senior at has i ii! advantages and
discussion today (Thursday) at of local Industry and bus- ing. Bradford High School. She is disadvantages! Chairman

the Board of Governors'monthly iness and the opening of two Mrs. Peterson told the Council president of the I I.IttleWomen's Dave Shuford said of Bryan's

luncheon meeting. new apparel plants in 1970, it planned to pave the street Club: and was voted the ":\Iost suggestion.!
Baldwin said.Housing I Flirtatious" by her senior "When you're boss and they
cent resort tax. The hotel and through! the upper class section
A challenge to attract its and to make sure the other 49
into here
For next summer Mizell classmates.She run money problems,
is a basic: and critIcal share of $5.6 spent annually by motel Industry killed that bill states don't take Florida's tour- and leave the portion of the
wants to set up a summer time need if economic: progressIn 23 million tourists visiting the last year in the Legislature, Mats. away street occupied by lower class Is sponsored by B Irrett's they come. I'd like to stay as
. for
employment far from them I
people ". .program. for this we young will Bradford is to continue, the state was handed the Starke- Robinson said, but tempted It A share of such a fund Is also resident unpaved. Water Conditioning and Pump stay,away" Shuford added. as can

need the assistance of businessand outgoing president told the Bradford County Chamber of There should be some way Co.The

agriculture-( and a new Chamber members and their Commerce at Its annual din- /to equitably divide the funds, beauty pageant Is opento The Chamber of Commerce,
emphasis on 'DevelopmentFrom guests. lie termed a "shot In ner meeting) last Thursday by Mrs. Peterson said. She asked girls between 16( and 21 and
N. Allan Robinson, director of who live In Baker, Bradford, now recommends appointmentof /
Within'" the arm" the start on con- 1 that the city treat all residents
The annual Calf Scramble will struction of 60 low rent subsidy marketing and tourism for the alike. Clay, Putnam and Union' Counties bers DevelopmcntAuthority and those two agencies mem-

be a bigger event In 1971, Mi- apartments by Townhouse I Florida Department of Com f Councilman ,Timmy Mcltae work closely together and

zell said. Enterprises. merce. P /as explained In answering the Entrants will be judged on should be left that way, said

"Cooperation and Involve- of also include Robinson was picture of serIousness group's questions, that the city natural beauty only, to Include Commissioner George; Roberta! ,
ment are the key words," MI- Signs progress as his address cli- had previously planned to pave figure, face, hair personality, a member of the Chamber's
the face to
zell told the audience. liftings many IL4IU Polk Street In Reno, but ran
In maxed the annual dinner meeting and ixplse.Judgng will be madeon Board of Governors
local businesses the
"We must all get Involved'we past a Into trouble when the proposed l
Baldwin said of the Chamber at the Starke appearance In bathing suit,
cannot delegate to the year, BIP referringto Golf and Country Club, It right-of-way encroached too after 5 wear, sportswear, and Hrjan said he had no objection
schools, for Instance, the responsibility the program.:( "struck him," Robinson said, 4 close to some homes and the street clothes There I will bee to the (hamper's recommending -

of raising our children Mizell said he faces a challenge that nothing was mentioned a- rt1JttA3jfl71tr ? residents refused to give th no talent portion to the con- members of the DA.
or delegate the Improve- In succeeding Baldwin bout tourism during the entire righi-of-way. 'I hen the Coun- test this year.Sponsors but thought: the Commission
ment of a town o r county terming the outgoing president"a meeting. cil sought I a length of street should have the power of re-
to a very few people tough act to follow" j' 1\ I about the samo as Polk and will be provided l by view.
"We must all get togetherto Pointing out that tourists pro- ? settled on the portion of Park the Starke Junior Woman's Club

accomplish almost every major A sliver service was given vice 24 per cent of every state er between SH-230 and Wilson If contestants are unable to secure Commissioneredra Hamilton -

goal' Baldwin In recognition of his tax dollar Hoblnson asked if ,/ : Koad. one.I'ageant. said he feels the commission -
services. Mizell noted It was:: Bradford County is getting Its \, .." A second I lengthy: discussion entry blanks are available now can "sit down with
In down from his a "Tina oriented gift," refer- share of the $5.6 million of r :Jj'I'j' ensued when Mm Glover of at the Starke Cham- (the Chamber and work outmost
stepping
held of the Chamber, ring to Mrs. Baldwin. annual tourist Income. : ,. lover Electric, asked if wiring ber of Commerce office. Starch any problem." lie agreed with

post Past as President Mac Baldwinwas lie game examples of Florida f\t .. ;;: placed In Bradford High: 5 Is the deadline to enter! tile Chairman Shuford pointing out

termed "a doer for ourcommunity" towns, small like Starke, which \ : School addition now under con- pngeant./: the "way' we a re!going now saves
Chamber Executive : t .. struction will be torn out sinceIt :Mrs. Jane Watson, strawberry us lots of head by have attracted a share of the ,
John Myers. ObsceneBooks tourist dollar. was installed bv persons queen In 196-1-65.> Is In Bryan still stuck to his stand,
who are not licensed electricians charge of the 1971) contest. and the chairman further commented -
Dunedin, for Instance, Is off
in SUI
rke.
.
Terming 1970 a good year course of the state's mainstream
It out that last
was brought:
for Bradford County despitethe of tourist traffic and let
... Friday, Jan 2G, Eleclrlcalln-
general economic slowdown years roll by before decidingto # -- spector George: (druudons found 15 Cases vldently: you-all don't haveas
across the nation. Baldwin expressed make an effort to draw people that electrical! boxes and con- many calls from people who
his appreciation for to the town. Dunedin deve- Newly installed Chamber President Bud
In out of the
want to : or
Instilled get(
duit had been by construction -
"your advice, your time, your Will BeScreened loped Rainbow Springs where a Mi nil begins his executive duties Thursday workers who! were hospital as I do." Shuford said
moral and financial support. It replica river village of yesterday night. not electricians Due Trial he finds it most convenientto
was very gratifying, the man- will be constructed and tell people the county has

ner in which you responded." Is now getting attention from n short lived victory. needed to locally for specific raudons; had the city's temporary nothing whatever to do with

Baldwin noted that 1970 was tourists, Robinson said. Funds from such a tax source areas to secure their portionare service to the job discontinued the operation of the hospital

the year that saw the passage Bonifay, a small town" with a needed Robinson said, to of the tourists visiting the state and signed: an affidavit By County
of a county zoning code anda large stadium, now sponsorsa make certain Florida keeps its and to build facilities to enter- against:( Bob spcnshlp:: superintendent In spite of the comments from

county sanitation law, the2EO2ntie rodeo and all night sing which share of the country's tourists tiln visitors. on the job for three board members, Bryan
Assurances: were given Mayor Brows Construction Co., moved that the legislative delegation -
that four brings Into the town $100,000and I Fifteen cases and 17 defendants -
Carl Hurst Tuesday Gainesville I s pens hip Is I* asked to seek a
convenience stores In Starke 10,000 people In one night. are on the trial calen- In the
charged with doing! electrical change appointive powersof
Je will voluntarily screen from Robinson also pointed to the C-C Honors 3 work without a license or permit dar for tile County Court term the three boards. Ills motion -
'heir shelves magazines with races at Sebring and to Tal lie posted a $150 bond set Monday-Wedaesda, Feb. died I for lack of a sec-
: pictures considered obscene by lahassee's spring fesitival witha and his case was continued 810.
tile mayor's committee on obscene 10-day promotional golf until next Tuesday In Star eIaor's ond.On another legislative matter -
literature. tournament. As :\ Court to give Fspen- The I cases are: Bryan asked the commis-
Bringing his point even closerto Outstanding ship time to secure an attor- Curtis Hampton, ))WI, and sion to ask the legislative delegation -

n 0 Five girlie magazines were homo, Robinson said Brad- ney. triRto! elude a police of- to support a bill for an

1 purchased from the stores last ford County would feature its flcl.'r.lIaymmd. additional penny to be added to

week by a member of the ma- Strawberry Festival at Flor- "I feel I tills Is always the ricer with the armed forces. firaudons; said Tuesday nighthe the present seven cents per
yor's committee, Col. Harry ida's Welcome Stations. high point of our banquet," will not order the wiring hough' Wood, Iris"I gallon gas tax, with half of the
David I'lnkne !
Hatcher. As a result the mayor In attract- said Chamber of Commerce Because of Crosby's civic torn out until I'sponshlp Is found ( ) DAI. penny going to counties and half
Issued summons to Sam Mir- Biggest problem Is Governor George Roberts as mindedness and devotion to guilty of tile \violation Crau lames orge :Mack failureto to cities The money would be
tin, operator of the Jiffy Store ing tourists for any area he presented award Thurs- needy veterans and their dependents dons said tile conduit and elec- have vehicle under control. used by the local agencies to
Robinson said. Ronald I. :
complacency, Magyar!, fleeing
near the power plant on Madi- day to three Individuals con trical boxes are Installed pro- purchase road paving right-
Hi School PTA son Street and to Claude E. Disney World Is suppose lobe sidered outstanding by the over !$400,01)0' () ) In ben perly and Indicated all that Is or attempting to elude a police of-way

Raybon, area supervisor for a shot in the arm for the entire Chamber of Commerce. efits was paid to local I veterans needed l Is for an electrician officer The board approved that suggestion -
Supper Meeting the three Jackson's Minlt Mar- state, the tourism direc- last year, Roberts said. licensed to work In Starke be but Hep. (-ene Shaw,
kets In Starke. tor said, and admitted that Disney Harry Green Albert Lee given the job. Helen :Norman: assault and who Is also county attorneyand
"Is but not bon- Crosby Jr.. and Rebecca Mc, The Outstanding doling Adult batter'. :
Del Pierce, supervisor for great a was present Monday, expressed -
Tuesday! Feb. !9> Swlfty Food Stores which o- anza." Millan a Bradford High sen- Award was presented to Miss The job Is proceeding at present Tom I.Indse> and Eddie II. doubt that cities wouldbe

peraten the Jiffy Stores, and ior, were honored Thursday :McMillan, daughter of Mr. and but will soon reach a Williams, two counts of break- satisfied with the proposal.
BUS Ciifeteriii FA. Copeland, district advisorfor "It's just one more vein night at the Chamber's annual :Mrs Merrill McMillan: of stage where further electrical Ing and entering with Intentto Shaw said the legislative! delegation -
"
work must be done work will
somebody tapped. dinner meeting for outstanding Starke for her or
outstanding commit and
Jackson's Atlantic: Stores petit! larceny ( has supported, and will
Adult $1.25; have to be delayed, School
: also appeared Tuesday In Ma Twenty-three and a half million achievements In three areas. scholastic achievement, her Board Architect Don ways petit I larceny< continue to support dividing the
will visit the state services to school, church, and Morgan. Joyce Walker, assault and
cent
Children: $1.00()() yor's Court. persons The council Indicated Tues- extra equally.
Green; the
was presented community,
of Florida this and Dis battery
All assurances they will year
gave Community Service Award for day night !It will leave the mat- Hut clues are rapidly gaining -
World will bring in about hllng Smith Grlffls, three
pull magazines considered obscene ney
"This young lady has excelledIn ter to the 1 lectrlcal: Board
,
500,000 that wouldn'thave his work: In establishing the charges/ of Issuing worthless strength In the state legis
by the mayor's committee persons
those characteristics of lead- but ultimate
the code
city places
Bradford County Volunteer Fire -
domin-
checks. lature since the urban
otherwise to Flor-
for come
Hatcher asked volun-
ida Robinson Department. lie was a leaderIn ership, service and scholastic responsibility on the Steven Lamar Whitehead, unlawful ance of that body. ClUe, which
.
and told predicted.By
<< : tary censorship was
(i J achievement which Inspiration council Attorney
....,,,,it.\\' are an according to City speed.
the stores will comply by 1973 Florida will be visi- founding the organization to all of us," Roberta George Pierce. now receive no state funds to
Robert tI: II )) Tho
son ,
screening the books as they arrive ted by 27 million tourists an- Is the fire chief, a position he said. Miss McMillan hasa In other action, the, Council: mas Wade Hallo,onaway William K. build roads, will no doubt gain
r t4t ctnh at the stores. nually. Ills job, Robinson said, has held since the inception of -Awarded a bid for scrap Coleman, trespassing. enough strength to demand a
No fines were Imposed on the Is to make certain Florida doe- the organization. near straight-A average to waterplpe to George Kicks for share of the gas taxes beforetoo
F.C. Atkinson Jr. four charges
"*- ..... ..... convenience store personnel, sn't have 23 million tourists date through four years of high $253, as high bidder. of long, the legislator said.
worthless checks.Kenneth
7.n-1ow but Mayor Hurst Issued an ultimatum in one part of the state and Crosby was: named recipientof school academic work. She represented -Approved write-off of !$334 Issuing Shaw said It seems to him
f. of fines and harrass- none In the other. the Chamber's Humanitarian BUS: on the Channel In utility bills termed uncol- Bagwell and Bobby the answer to the problem wih!<
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be displayed. favor of the proposed two per aa county service of- demic." and gambling. (Continued on Page 4)Jullaf )





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Hear Flea ReportOn MarketThe Night Plans Family DinnerThe I as, }) jij)) Don't get


l Womens Guild of St. executive board of the -- behind he8ball
Mark's Episcopal Church met Starke Woman's Club will
Tuesday on the patio of the have a Dutch treat luncheonand l
swimming pool of the Holiday meeting today (Thursday) "
Inn for a luncheon meeting. at 12 noon at the Holiday Inn.
Possible projects for the year The regular February meet-
GtaAr Mooiyi Phom '84-7.08Soctefy discussed were: a Fall bazaar In g will be held Wednesday. on
continuation of the sponsorship Feb. 10, at 3:30: p.m. at the your
Editor of Daisy Cottage at Sunland. club house.
f and other local charities. On Thursday, Feb. 11, the
.. Father John Flynn said that club will have Family Night
111IIIIItf.aJt. ...... with covered dish
sir M1tPJ realized from the last U a dinner at TAXSTOP
money INCOME
Flea Market" enabled him to 6:30 p.m., also at the clubhouse
purchase four tables for the The program Is under
Parish House, carpet for the the Public Affairs departmentwith
nursery and his office, a cement Miss Martha Sue McCainas and think. 'It It worth
floor for the Rectory chairman. Hostesses for the the work and worry to $
evening will be Miss McCain struggle with your tax return .
garage apartment, and a flag Mrs. Merrill Struth, Mrs. Robert when we handle It COMPLETE
for a Brownie troop. Ward, Mrs. J.S. Shuford, quickly at low colt? The RETURNS
Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar t.4"d Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. TAX SAVINGS we discover
Jr. reported that those mem- ty L.M. Gibson, Mrs. J.F. Blood- often pay the fee. Be rtm
bers assisting her this year worth, and Mrs. Lenore C. SMART! This year try (IP
selling Bradford County; Fair Foster. H & R BLOCK ...,
program ads were: Mrs. John .
GUAIANTCIW
J' t, Myers, Mrs. Walter Richard- Boatwright guarantee accurotl preparation el ...., tow eefum.
>, ) ht ion, Mrs. Julian McRae, Mrs. If wo maks a.>y""o" that tort you any penalty or
Edward Wainwright, and Mrs. Anniversary inter' ../, wo will pay that p."Dlt or interest.
e C.G. Hill
t t Those other than the above y Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Boat- IIIR BJIJ.cGCK( Oo
named participating in the 5it3t1T3 wright celebrated their 30th .

luncheon meeting were: Mrs. wedding anniversary Monday, AMERICA'S LARGEST TAX SERVICE WITH OVER 5000 OFFICES
O.L. Beasley I Mrs. Herbert Jan. 25 at a dinner party at
Thomas, Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, their home.Attending.
Mrs. John Glover, Mrs. Jewel were their daugh- /ills N. WALNUT 'ST.Op.n .
i:14I : Crawford, Mrs. George :: &"' A --'-' ter, Mrs. Leon Dicandio Mr.
7 Miller, and Mrs. John Flynn. and Mrs. Jack Eaves, Mr. and 9 m.m. la a p.m., Mon. '0'. PH 9 4J.
I The next meeting will be held Sherrie Norman Weds Billy Hugpins Mrs. Terry Boatwright and Mr. I NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I
1 Feb. 19 at 12 noon in the Parish and Mrs. Tommy Tomlinson
".' iI House. Each member will bringa In Home Ceremony Friday, Jan. 22 and families.
., ..... sandwich, and Mrs. Thomas
I will be hostess. All members
c.r Sherrie June Normanand I
Miss
,
are urged to attend and bringa
\ 1Fjr friend. Billy Hay Huggins were 97 ASSOCIATE STORES SERVING FLORIDA AND GEORGIA
united In marriage on Friday,
January 22 at 7 p.m. at the We would like to take this
home of the bride's parents, opportunity to thank our
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Nor- 3tA W B odceckFURNITURE many customers for their
1 man on Route 1. The groomIs
the son of Mr. and Mrs. EURNIIURE business in the year 1970.'
George T. Huggins. Rev. MerleL. APPLIANCES and We are very pleased with all
Packham. pastor of the Mope APPLIANCES of our new friends -

Baptist Church, performed the tomers. You, the customers
nuptials.The There Is A Badcock Associate Store Near Youl!
TTY' ,.vvL1 couple repeated the mar- are our most valuable asset.

( riage vows before an impro- 128 S. WALNUT STARKE PH. 964.5269rJRnL'd
Barbara Jean Davis Becomes Bride vised altar decorated with two I:,
. and white ; .
arrangements of pink 8---m.-q
Of Mr. Kendrick in Graham ., ,
Baptist gladioli and chrysanthemums against 'b frf$/J"'WHH "
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a background of arched ... 7.>>:'"J'/' '' f
Miss Barbara Jean Davis became Identical to that of the maidof candelabra with white burning &J.I.d
'''';$''h'b"7.77J'7J' ,t
the bride of James B. honor. '...''/ ,
tapers. ... '
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Kendrick on Jan. 9 at 7 p.m. William T. Kendrick served l Jr Mrs. Rodney Mall, pianist and .,......:(,:.:-:-:.:.:.:-:-./'J'/'.;':
his brother as best man. Us- il of ,'r.-/i :.:
In the Graham Baptist Church. soloist, provided a program o--", '
The bride Is the daughter: of hers were Harold Davis, bro- IP nuptial music. :.:;::;.:{o" :: \910 Jm 20 PM 3 01) ,3.
ther of the bride, and Richard !: \ .
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Davis of Roger Kelly served as best '-
Graham. Mr. Kendrick Is the Cain. man and Gary Norman, brother W. .f
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A reception was given in the ? of the bride, and Tommy Smith r '
Kendrick of M*. Vernon Ky. bride's home In Graham. The ;q were ushers. ACt78 A303Y :'$;
The candlelight ceremony was cake was served by Mrs. Edmund a Miss Brenda Ann Clemons N 20 71 ::i
solemtnlzed by Rev. GeorgeE. Wilson and Miss Madonna attended) as maid of honor. She ES JII> FLO 20
llson. Meng wore a yellow satin, street MULBil'1"l:
: poured punch. Miss Claudette SusanViggins pDB SOUTH ':
The bride, given In marriageby Peterson kept the bride's length dress fashioned with an z; 9 R NL STOnE 126
her father, wore a tradi- book. To Wed empire waist with matching vel- 9; 9..< ASSOCIATE .:
tional gown of peau de sole The couple Is at home at Mr. Nichols vet sash with a bow In the back. Y Z'L WILSON pUNE ANCE :S
pp\.1
with a sweetheart neckline and 1730 N.W. 55th Terrace In She wore a yellow satin bow In BILL 'URN11Ul'f. ANR\ GUA1tTER
full lace sleeves, gathered to Gainesville. her hair and carried a yellow 'f et
a satin cuff. It featured a raised Mr. and Mrs. Orle A. Wig- pompom nosegay with yellow \{ ; & BAD/> COCK) )tIN6, OVE1t 1UutE h
with back- of Starke the velvet streamers. d i\.OP STIRS %
front waistline a Valentine DanceAt gins announce : .a \ E YOUR 1s AtwlN
gathered skirt. The front panel engagement of their daughter, The bride given In marriageby 1.. taus WALNUT STAAic 'tlO SON YEA it.w THIS :.:i
was styled with handclippedlace Country ClubThe Susan Frances Richard Phil- her father, wore a pink satin \ CClNtUU\. US1Nf.SS \"S1 COClMUN1TY.IN \
and seed pearls. Her veil ip Nichols, son of Mrs. myr- street length dress with >1t< BILLS of YOUR. ...
tice Nichols, also of Starke. pink velvet sash at the em- 9EA 1tS .01'1)\ AND
was a hand-made original witha >
r CUS1tMi,1\S
and REEPESTSINESS
Starke Golf Country pOLLA i
satin crown highlighted with Miss Wiggins Is a graduate pire waist with a bow In the IN 01\ YOUR OUR
Ml\.Ll
pearls with a full length train Club will sponsor a Valentine of Bradford High School and back. Her only ornament wasa l'f EMFLOYEES ...11)oU.. fi
Dance-Party on Saturday, Feb. Santa Fe Junior College. She small diamond pendant. A QU'
edged In scalloped\ lace falling {
13, from 8 to 12 with music -
Is employed at the University pink satin bow secured her 10 YOU DOING SINCf.1lE'fZ
SURE
carrieda do
She
from the crown: by the Jet Set Enterprises. YOURS
of Florida. nose length veil o f illusion. \ Z A E.
cascade of cream roses cen- Bti.N
Tickets at $5 couple x
per may
Mr. Nichols also attended She carried a nosegay of pink HAS .HELL
accented 1t
orchid
tered with an S. JOB 'ut.
be obtained Brian
hearts and by contacting Bradford High School, and Is and white sweetheart rObes and FOiL A >>
with red ribbon ropesof chairman ON
Hamilton of the social -
employed at Andrew's Drug .
pompoms.A APPRECIPTI
Miss pearls i Kay, Davis, sister of Country committee Club.Country, .or by callingthe Store while attending Santa *e reception was also held at t.< BAICOCK Ji\ \
the bride, was maid of honor. Junior College. the home of the bride. The t 'tIQGt.N. S

She wore a full length red taffeta The wedding Is planned for bride's table was covered witha ..' ......:-:':
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gown made with an em- Club July 30.his. lace cloth and at one end wasa ; : : .:-:-:->>.:-/ /
pire waist and long sleeves two-tiered wedding cake, ..Y.:9:7.,
Sponsors BingoThe PTA Plans ;: r ;;," ,,"'
gathered at the wrist. Her skirt topped with a bride and groom, o ill $;:$ J'm.y.lWobifr. :'
was gathered to the bodice, accented Dinner Meet Feb. 9 and encircled with fern Inter- 'f'JI.P.'
with silver sequins trim. Starke Golf and Country spersed with white pompoms. $,S ; ., iGrllll+jr7Y/Y
She carried a single chrysan- Club will have a bingo gameat The Bradford High School Mrs. Nick Crosby cut the cake \ : ; ,./,(;;w."X7.O.u. "./'.;:i,;
themum edged In red with a the club house every sec- PTA will have a turkey dinner assisted by Miss Sandra Mug ......,.:rii.--.f.-: : :
tiny red bee in the center. ond and fourth Wednesday night Tuesday, Feb. 9, from I 8 to gins, sister of the groom. At i.1 ir
Her headpiece was a red taf- starting Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. The 7:30 in the high school cafeteria the other end of the table Mrs.
feta crown with tiny red bows game is open to the public. prior to the regular meet- Charles Bryant presided at the Our
featured on the veiling. Ing. Adult tickets are $1.25 and punch bowl, and was assisted by winner in our recent WOtJi Store Sale,

Bridesmaids were Mrs. Wil- Candy StripersThe children 12 and under $1. Tickers Miss Diane Thomas. Mrs. Florence
liam Looney of Perry and Miss may be purchased at the Mrs. Carl Flllyaw kept the Loper, Rt. 3, Box 264, Starke
Margie Starling of Gainesville. door. bride's book at a table covered
the winner of
Flower girl was Miss BrendaLangfofd Candy Stripers will meet Following the dinner parents with a lace cloth and centered leas a Eureka Vacuum Cleaner
of Gainesville,daughter Thursday Feb. II, at 7 p.m. In will be able to talk with the with an arrangement of white
of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley the hospital library. teachers In a back-to-school pompoms and fern In a crystalbud
Langford. They wore gowns routine. vase. Thanks Again, from
After spending some time
with their guests newlyweds

left on a wedding trip to Day- BILL, DOTTY, MRS. LEWIS and DANNYmr'E&RApJAiy
(ON) THURSDAY tona Beach and Silver Springs ,
after which they are residingat
381 N. Washington Street.
AbE FRIDAY The bride Is a junior at BUS
and Is continuing her studiesa
SATURDAY gala
t night classes. She is em-
ployed at Koch's Drug Store. ?
Mr. Muggins Is In his sec-
ond year at Santa Fe Junior

REG. 79C BUS College in 1969.Duplicate after. graduating from 73\J WflhIi

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BOXWOOD HEDGE NOW 59 Bridge

Winners Named IF\\

Rev and Mrs. John Flynn
were winning couple at Duplicate -

AZALEAS G 69C where there Bridge were Tuesday five tablesIn night F FE7A
}ffsON EACH play. Ci r I I

Mrs. Marie Dent and Mrs.
Bess Burns were second; Mrs.
George Miller and Mrs. J.D.
FLORIDA GROWN EACH Odom wer e third; Mrs. C.J. CiG gOfa
McGriff Sr. and Mrs.Lex Green e i )

I'tM 17uiJ I REG. were The fourth.club meets Tues- { \W A i

;; $2.25 NOW 1. 9 8 day Pratt night Street at Recreation 7:30: every p.m.Center in the / \ ""'


and Is open to bridge players.
50 LB. BAG REG.75C You'II I love the bold massive lines of' this Villa, (Call 'finished
Party Honors bedroom suits Excellent quality construction. Truly I

FLA. Mrs. Dicandio fabulous value. Reg. Price $149.95
PEAT59t3r21PARAKEETS Group 'sand.'
Mrs. Leon Dicandio Sr. was Double DftMtrFram
honored with a dinner party; $ 8
January 27 on her 59th birth- o <4 Mirror 04141 139 y v
day given by daughter, Miss e 4 o.or tint Laminated
tORlfr* GLADIOLUS Millie Dicandio at their homeon e Full Slit '... Bt4
Bessent road. Plastic Top
r 1 Attending! were Mr. Dican SAVE $10.07 On Every Pi.ef .
Young Bird. \ CtotioL ; e dio, three of her six daughters -

>*. OWW ML and their husbands, threeof
her ten sons and their wives
4 14 of her 35 grandchildren and '
$395 1 out of ".w-J. fdJl 7.x1 'lbw Ivai
ki39 K. Call Street great grandson nine. R.yh1 B '
DOZEN A10ES t4 q
79 Following dinner, cake and 8E SS V RtDlr7rA. /J6a. Sltai
Phone M4-S745 served! i r i _. .. TERMS
coffee were and games ''' '' ''' \_.....
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1 were played.
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Mr 11101.. s I Idem II ml I Mi, mil, Mr, I i h' I I'' mlK, | S. I I I" 'I' I ,
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IsAt 1; j Mi.. ,lI1d11'". ( link", 11".1\land DmiKlas (II.irdiiicmlid tin' t'ui l; 'sis ...I l Mi 1 l ... \.1.010l', 1 Ilunlrni 1 i'"
funeral of thvli brntlirr-in-l, !I'liilk.Mr.. the flint't 01 of. I i. MC, i 'I ,.'
EPic14/e
ii K William II. Itryan, In (duinc'svillo and I .',,tun in I.i<'k".onulli. ,I

.iflOIMOOM.
I ride i ) ver were i
e. In l
$ ti relatives
1 t l I Mr. and Mrs. ,I.H. Bakken weekend. and Mrs. Guy; Sale I
'1: Sr. of ihpcton, !N.f'; were theh''I..n-ln-lllwandd:' i nr'I,
Mr. and Mrs. Itahkcnii. I: MI'. and 'Mrs Kelll> I
visiting and
Auxiliary Notice !Mr. and Mrs Barney Mcliae Archie Green of Chicago, Ill. r '. last( Wednesday t In Saturday Mi.I Lake I'1 1 In 'I I itnpn. o\c i f" i ,
his mother, Mrs. (uC ,.,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Al liar- is visiting MI'S.1II.tIn! and illencliM I '
Icy and family at Merritt Island L.J Green, from Wednesdayto : ..,"'" third birthday
Hincau
The auxiliary of Die I'IORS-; I n.vc
the weekend and saw Sunday. i .
ley Lake Volunteer lire De- over ar1 Mi ,ind Mrs. ,I Jlmm Kowo Xundiu; :
.
the Apollo 14 launching. e e
partment will meet Monday, and family of Sanford were I.II. Moncrlef. .
Mrs. James McNeely and their parents, Mr. and The Olflip Wolf was wm
Feb 8 at 7:30 nt the visiting
Fire : p.m. !Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon daughter spent the weekend In Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs Mrs. I Fthel! when his girl'I fricnil' add'
Station. and family of Jacksonville Tallahassee with Mr. McNeely, 1-:oil lit- Smith over the weekend monda.: she was. Murlving ill i'''u'
Saturday and Sunday visitorsof who is attending the Highway to I Ihiusdix( i I'. but It Huns nut Hi,,,u, ,it. ,
!Mrs.\ Gladys Weldon. Patrol Academy. I ertla i i I'l'.ln a burnt iif ko: ale aft i ,II

) eAi/ioallPll;;' Ur. and Mrs. l>.W. \\hlffen Mrs. P.D. Fancher Jr. and
attended the North Central Flo- Mrs. Nancy Gunter were Mon- ..
rida Optometry: meeting In day luncheon guests of Mr.
Gainesville last Wednesday. and Mrs. Ogden Bates in Jacksonville Shrine Club InstallsNew v.J \\ ;

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:Mr. and M-s. Bobby Crawford Dr. and Mrs J.W Brown- Officers for 1977
Starke, announce the birthof lee and son, Jimmy, and Ter- Mrs. J.W. Klncaid and Mrs.
a daughter, Elizabeth Ann, ry Thomas spent the weekendat O.L. Beasley visited Mr. and
on Icb. I In the Alachua Gen- Cape Kennedy and watchedthe Mrs. C.C. Hoppe in Tampa Installation of Starke Shrine As he was wheeled Into the
eral Hospital. Apollo 14 launching. over the weekend.Mr. Club officers for 1971 was held ballroom members and guests FRIED CHICKEN I
Thursday night, .1 Jan 26, at the stood and sung, "For lIe's A
!Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins and Mrs Leo ChampIon Starke Golf and Country Club. Jolly Good Fellow"
Bradford Count Hospital announces and family of Jacksonville were visited Rev and Mrs. V.J. The evening's festivities began Following dinner, the following ,
the following births: Saturday evening visitors of Ragsdale In )cHary Sunday to with the cocktail hour at 6.30: new officers were Installedby (( ri;+jy/ 'tniljnictnil I ; HI. So 'i/ nili-ri,
Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. Tuesday. followed by dinner at 730.: Chief Baboon ,John Jelinek:
Mr. and Mrs.llllam: Bonnie President, Charles 1., Dinkins;
Geiger, Starke, a son, Eric !Miss Lillian Stump spent the Misses Patty BudJ:! and Mar Special guests for the occas- 1st Vice PresIdent. Roy L, Linda-Margie Arid) Diane
Shane. Jan. 26. weekend with 'Mr. and Mrs. ty Smith of Jacksonville were ion were members of the Mo- Brantley; 2nd Vice President,
John \\. Griffin In Ochlochnee Saturday visitors of Mr. and rocco Temple Divan. A special M.A, Baldwin Jr.; Secretary, PRESENTS
Mr. and :Mrs Johnnie George Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W.II. Mrs. Bill Mong. welcome was given to Noble Gilbert S. Brown; Treasurer,
Adklns Hawthorne a son,John Thomson In ;ndcello and Mr. Buddy Garner his arrival C.l", Batemnn.
upon
and
nie George Adklns Jr., Jan. 29. and Mrs. Fred Thomson:' In Mrs. Betty Register Mrs. at the club. Me Is still con- Music for dancing was pro- DOUBLE SPECIAL
and
Tallahassee.Mr. daughters, Sandra, Albany fined to a wheel chair following vided by the :Melody Boys of
Mr. and Mrs. Cardell Millard Larry Crawford, went to a recent serious accident. Morocco Temple.I
Caldwell III, Lake Butler, and 111 fS. William S. Glo- Ga. over the wuekend THURS.FRI..-SAT'\ SUN.
a son, Joseph Cal Jan. 31. ver spent last week in Naplesand to get Mrs. Register's mo-
Key West. The Glovers ther, Mrs. C.T. Wade, who
-- ---- - -- sister
-- -- her ,
have as visitor for a month, has been visiting BrookcrElection SPECIAL PRICE FREE
\ Mor- Mrs. Glover's mother, Mrs. Mrs. Josle Crusoe, for two
and :Mrs. George
:Mr.
rison and family of Leesburg ,J.\. Horan of M nneapolls, weeks. CHICKEN PECK 9 Pieces $2.35 1 Pt. _<,!17.7 \ lW01: ; (i iI (

were Sunday visitors of Mr. Minn.) IVKIlS I : : ;
Rev D.T. Farabee Is one
and Mrs henry Morrison. :Major and Mrs. William K. of the chaperones for a group CHICKEN BUCKET 15 Pieces $3.75 g--:. Pt. 'IIZZlW,' :-; 'Inc
of Methodist llth and 12th grad- J.I \'I.n.: ..:
Mr. and :Mrs. C.ll. Dawklnsof Booth and family of fort Wal- Tuesday
Florida who are attending -
from
weekend ers
Jacksonville were visiting ton Beach spent the the UN-Washington CHICKEN BARREL 21 Pieces $4.99 2 Pts. ri'Z' %. 'alt
Mr. and Mrs. W.II. Nollmanon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and New i\m\ \
Seminar in Washington ( i.I \\
Saturday. M.W Cressler. York City this week. Brooker Mayor M O. Harrel
has called a city election or
Open Mon. thru. Thursday Tuesday, Feb 9. to pick a Our Gizzards And Livers, Are Fresh (Not Frozen), Deliciously

9 to fi P.M. mayor, city clerk and fou
city councilmen Breaded, Expertly Cooked, And Served Piping' Hot.

/ Fri. Sat. 9 to( 7 P.M.: The council posts up for election -

are presently held by Included with this of Homemade
Open Sunday afternoons J.R! Molt, Hoy Carroll, A.I,. treat some our
y Adams, and ShIrley Nell: Green
Miss Green, the first womin Cole Slaw, Beans and Potato Salad 59c pt.
to serve on the council, was
appointed last Septembsr: as
a replacement for her father, COME TO OR PHONE
the late Earl Green.

FABRIC 7Vii Couple; *h All of Die council terms are 236 S. Temple (U. S. 301 S,) 964-9972
for U ree years, except the one It'll Be Ready It'll Bo Wai tin.,
vO Mixed; held by Miss Green, which will
Play be for the
one-year unexpiredterm.
I'oftrsoinC STARKE IS WISHBONE COUNTRYr

a Tommy Cox Is the Incumbent
city clerk.
The Scotch Foursome Mixed

1 Golf Tournament at the Starke - - - - -- -
Golf and Country Club on Jan- S/Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur Win- ,

uary 31 was enjoyed by ten kler and family of Sherman I Ii t
couples. Texas will arrive this week-
The winners, as announcedby end to spend 20 days with his i iI t
pro Herb Ilerrcs, were J. mother, Mrs K.A. Winkler, after -
C. Calhoun and Ruth Broadway which Sgt. Winkler will I I II
(pictured above) with a net 35 leave for three years duty In
for 9 holes of play. Second Iceland. Mrs. Winkler and I i iI

place winners were Mr. and children will remain with Mrs. I II
I
Mrs. Ralph Bryan with net 37. E.A. Winkler until May when
George Miller and Lou Struth they will Join SKt. Winkler.Mr. I I II
Sportswear & DressmakerPOLYESTERCOTTON were third place winners with
37 1/2 net score. and Mrs. Victor Ilart- I I II
After the tournament, a large mann of Rockford, 111. are visiting -
group of golfers and their families Mr. and Mrs. Al Ilart- I I II

enjoyed a covered dish mann for several weeks. I II
::::::----:=: dinner, sponsored by the Lad- I

les Golf Association Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
had as Sunday visitors Mr. and
e Mrs C.L. Cooper and Mrs. Mrs. Larry Mardis and daughter -
=- Aaron Padgett and son visited ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sut-
friends In Cross City on Saturday tle and Mr. and Mrs: Hoy An-
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drews of Jacksonville, and Mr.
and :Mrs. Rodney Hall and family -
Gene Lebo of Knoxville,Tenn. of Theressa.
Ioi'" Y' was the weekend guest of Mr.
yd. and Mrs. R.V. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson
Connie
and granddaughter
.. Mrs. Corlne Purvis of Moody, are visiting Mr. and
Little or no ironing Gainesville spent Friday to Mrs. I.aliue Williams at Or- t tt
Tuesday with !Mrs w.r.. Her- mond' Beach Wednesday and I I
-- New spring prints & solids long. Mrs. Herlong returned Thursday.Mr. r
home last Friday after six '
44" 45" wide weeks In Jacksonville where and Mrs. )Dewey Cas- I .7 _
she was visiting relatives and tleberrv and family of Ocala I IMF
F also was a patient In M. Vin- were Sunday visitors of Mr.: w4*r ::
( cent's Hospital and Medlcenter. and !Mrs. L.L. Cooper
yI
.
lit
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-- Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Mr. and Mrs. !Nate; Dyal attended Brown returned Sunday after .., 1
a -++ww.thrdyyPav. +n ,L"az'H.k u.a1t5 .
the antique show In St. ten days in Portland Ind.where I II Ir
100% POLYESTER PERM/PRESS Augustine on Sunday they visited Mrs.Brown's step-
mother, Mrs. Oscar T, I Finch, t
DOUBLE Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- who was ill. I
POLYESTER/COTTON wire returned last Wednesday
after four weeks visit with Mr. Local admittances to Bradford -
KNITS FABRICS and Mrs. Ray Goldwlre In Toledo County Hospital this week

Ohio. include: Howard W. Crews,

$ >I99 $ Mrs j George Flynn attended Jr. and the Marcia Lacy Conway Goodge, Mrs., Mrs., Ruth Berniece Lee,

100YD Mrs. R.V. Turner Batemin M.J. Thomas and f.dR.
of Super-
Association
Florida mid-year Todd, Starke; Mrs. Alma _____
Elections
D. ;, visors of Biggs, Lawtey; Mrs. Liney
meeting In Orlando last Thurs- Makes, Mrs. Elsa Eklund,
Washable, no iron Washable, no-iron day and Friday. Grover Davis. Keystone I ;!
fabric in new fabric in new Heights; John E. Grlffls, Rat' _
spring patterns, Ricky Johns has entered the ford; Mrs. Jessie Welch and 1
spring patterns 44"-45" wide. ---- junior year at Howey Academy, Mrs. Mary Molt, Lake Butler;
58'-60' wide. l Ilowe -in-theIIllls.Mrs. Mrs. Irma Fitzgerald, Inter- I

Lamar Shaw and child- lachen Brooker.; Mrs. Emma Mott, Enjoy .

ren visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Rube Beecher In
Lyons, Ga. over the weekend Capt. Franklin Hitch of Fort The FREEDOM From WORR\I I
while Mr. Shaw was at Beach Rucker, Ala. has been dis-
NO-IRON PERM PRESS Mountain N.C. on a business- charged after four years in t

BROADFABRICS "b Mrs pleasure trip. are the Army.staying lie with and his Mrs.mother Hitch, For Which/ You 11(l ve Longed.Ojcn I II

Sportswear Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walnwrlght Mrs. Hazel Hitch for the time I II
and daughters spent the week- being. I
k CLOTH end in Tampa where they visited I II
Busch Gardens and also I An Account Today With :
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence

$ 119 89 Davis in Haines City, THE BRADFORD I First Federal Of Starke I,

Miss Josephine Norwood and COUNTY TELEGRAPH(
Y0. YD. Willing Baltimore ,
Elizabeth
Miss
i I USE Youn MJ. were recent visitors Published every ThursdayI SAVE Your Problems Awav I Ir ,
1.18: W. Cqll Street
I CHARGE No-iron fabric f I Fortrel polyester/ of Mrs. Ruth Reynolds. r
Is executive secretary Starke, Florida 32091 1I t
ideal I for sportswear cotton fabric in Miss Norwood I
of the Maryland Baptist MR HOI MS
\ 44" 45" spring colors. Woman's Missionary Union. Second class postage paid I MON THIRS .t i.Sr. t
i wide. 44"-45" wideftOALITy..ATCARFS j at Stark, Florida. FM.-.s. loSIOp*

Mr. and !Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Subscription Rates: .- .. '; i< r ': :
SAVINGS *( LOAN ASSOCIATION $
I'I''f have had as visitors Mrs. T. 7 "i r
t-J't-\'t) '' llfIC( Mark Mack and son, Tom, of rn trade area: $3.00 per \yx cgscuk _&s& ,
4h/ : 12.7 six month -
t x Thursdav and year; .
City last .
Lake
: -
-.;;;: .
::: (wittW..wewm.e.alltear" i
and Mrs. Outside trade area: $$.50
Mrs. Esma Yongue ......no***m i II S t
Thelma !Jean of Fairfield on pn year; $3.00 six month sJI'tge
LWA'' J -.J
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old appliances. Freezers, lag from 170 In 1968, to i9V federal Impact children has
long-range construction time In the future on school "Maybe people in the community openess to the public. .There refrigerators -
be to let the state take the to special education and Casey asked the would like to publicly would be other school teams ranges, dishwashers In 1969 to 217 now. dropped from 288 last yearto
property
entire burden of purchasing primary extended school year, Tuesday Board. An 82 x 42-foot pool' subscribe to this, maybe not. for swimming competition," dish tables, ovens, steamers -Heard that four new busses 258, about$5,000less mon-
right-of-way. morning's School Board meeting 25-meter, using vo-tech build As long as It was located on,. Casey said, In outlining pos- and steam tables would be are to be delivered this motJi, y.Set
In other action the Roard: had a packed agenda ing-trades students and oqpulp- a school site, there would be sibilities. replaced for approximately all 66-passenger size the March 2 meeting for
-Was told by Sanitarian Jack some restrictions as to Its 15700.: All elementary cafeterias -Approved hiring Ruth Reynolds opening bids on food, and bidson
Trawlck who read a letter The Board voted to submit ment, might cost about 10000. "Bus costs for the summer are In much better shape, for special education reading materials and equipment
from W.E. Linne of the Air preliminaries for the special swim program at Kingsley Lake he said, but the newest pieceof at Starke Elementary School. for adult and vo-tech clas
and Water Pollution Control education building and Brad- come to about $4,000 a year, equipment In the BUS cafe- -Heard that the number ol ses.
Board, that the operation of ford Middle School hYlllcaled- and probably five session of teria Is 20 years old.
the Hampton/ dump has !been ucation building to Tallahasseefor RECREATION NEWSBANTAM swim classes could be fitted I

found satisfactory. approval, and prepare specifications Into the same number of hours" In other action the Board: I
-Gave )permission for Civil for bids on the spe- points and Donate Burch tossedIn that three sessions now take. -Opened 18 bids for $11,000of FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen
BOYS BASKETBALL costs, maintenancecosts
Defense Director Frank: Williams cial education building. 22 as the Bold Ones even Building miscellaneous equipment for
attend the Heglon HI etc. are to be Investi-
to their record to 1-1. vocational improvement, and
Architect Don '
U.S. Civil Defense meeting In Morgan gavea Starke Builder, after eight Kent Graudon and Doug Brown gated. voted that bids be checked and
Joint' of
the BIIS Florida Inc. needs dependable able
progress report on continues to lead Ban- Updating the high school cafeteria ,
Mobile' Ala. February 16-20. games
with 29 and 21 points respectively awarded to the lowest and best
Commissioner Eddie Allen will addition wider construction,and tam Boy's Basketball but only led the Mod Squad as they agreed as a very neces- bidder. bodied factory help.. No experience necessary'
said I phase HI of Vo-Tech con- All the !teams by all school board '
attend with Williams. by one game. lost their first game. sary project Set a second worksessionfor !steady work overtime fringe benefits.
struction
was beginning February are finding that winning com- members, was postponed until
-Invited Alachua County Com
REBELS FIVE-0
51 47 February 25 to study the
1 with completion set 18'. work session to IF YOU ARE
missioner Ed Turlington: to bination. Starke Builders began Gray Flynn and David Alvarez February extended school year for sum- WILLING TO WORK APPLY
before September
meet with the board March 1 10. the season by reeling off review the financial condition. ATOWEN
paced the Rebels with mer 1971, as final plans needto
to discuss details of the pro Long-range plans for the total four straight victories before that be
17 points each to help the Re- Connie Clark explained set by April 15. JOIST
posed regional mental health school plant showed loca- losing three In a row. Their bels remain undefeated after he had Just received approval -Okayed an additional teacher -
center In Gainesville.At tion of the Middle School physed victory over Koch Drugs, 50- two games. Monday from the national food for the rest of the school Lincoln Road .
Hamilton's suggestion building just west of the 27, Thursday, January 28, put Edward Knight tossed In 21 service for$11,775 federal fundsIf year for Hampton Elementarywhich City Monday trmJTigh Friday
Instructed Clerk (;Jib Brown to present building, and the special their record at :53. Builders' and Mark Patray had 15 to lead $3,925 local funds were put has shown more growththan 7:00 A.M ToGO! :, P.M.
write the Southern Railway SyS- -ed wing to the north, near Is paced by Frank Bennett, the FIve-O. up, to replace the 20-23-year- other county schools, go-
tem In Atlanta" that this time Vo-Tech facilities. league high scorer with a per
of year Is a good time to Install game average of 19, and Terry SCHEDULE: TUESDAY, FEB.
Special ed facilities, as required Williams, who Is averaging 10
the two culverts under 9- 7:30: Bold Ones vs Rebels
1973 the 68
by by leg-
Southern's tracks at Sampson points per game.
8:45: Flve-O vs Mod Squad. _
islature, Include two class-
Two teams, Goodman's Stan-
Canal. Hamilton Indicated the STANDINGS: Rebels 2-0, Bold
letter be a means of get- rooms plus a home training dard Oil, and Conner Insuranceare Mod 1-1 FlveO
may for Ones 1-1, Squad |UNIROYAL UN I ROYAL
about 18
ting the Job under way since area secondary"tralnable" tied for second place, each 0-2.- UNIROYAL UNIROYAL _UNIROYAL
all arrangements between the students Other owning 4-4 records. Goodman'sis
railroad and county have been "educable" students would be led by Allen Akridge, avera. SMALL FRY BASKETBALLIn
completed after much corres "in and out" all day accordIng ging 19 points per game, each the Small Fry Basketball
pondence. to Superintendent Tom Casey Handy Martin Ed Watts witha League Monday, Feb. 1, the Ga-
-Agreed to ask the City of and speech therapy, test- 14 point average and Sameul tors downed the Seminoles 21-
Starke to Install two street Ing facilities for elementary Pittman, with 11 points per 16.The
lights In from of the new court students would also be housedin game, pace Conner Insurance, Gators put three playerson CASH TIRES
house and two In the rear. the unitt.Physical Koch Drugs top scorers are the Scoreboard: Alex Car CARRY
Deputy Clerk Virginia Darby, education facilities Dale Haas, 11 per game, and denas with 8, Clay Gllhoony 7, Inc.
In bringing the matter to the Including showers, locker O'Neal Bass with 8 per game. and Stuart Rayburn 6.Doug Red-

board's attention said that rooms and a multi-purpose area All games are played at the dish was high for theSemlnoles 412 East Call SI. (Former Southern Marine Puilding) Phone 961.5i* !+o0)
some officials have complainedthe for phys-ed In bad weather and Recreation Department on with 6. Jerry Blalock and D-
building Is still dark at other programs would serve up Temple Ave.Standings wayne Cummings scored for
to 700 middle school students. : Starke Builder' points and Roger Mltzell with
night.Agreed to again purchasea Doth units are part of the long- 5-3, Conner Ins.and Goodman's two poll
page In the County fair program range middle school vo-tech 4-4, Koch Drugs 35. two points
at a personal cost to complex planned in April 1968. Schedule: Thursday, Feb. 4- The Caters led all the way as
each commissioner of $13.: Koch vs Conner 3:45, Good- they took a 12-7 halftime lead. BUY
-Okayed the use of the courthouse The $90,000 funded for the man's vs Builders' 5 p.m. The Small Fry play single
for a meeting by the special unit has probably not Tuesday, February 9 3:43Bullders : games each Monday and Wed- UNIROYAL
been affected by Governor Askew's Koch :5 Con- nesddy
state Division of Correctionswhich vs p.m. NOW &
200 persons are expected I budget cutbacks which ner vs Goodman's. nesday, 3:30: p.m. at the Recreation -
have affected some other COWl- Department.
to attend.
ties. Casey said. "Equalization MEN'S LEAGUE FASTRAKSAVE
-Awarded annual bids on gas, funds could be In jeopardy Wednesday January 27, saw
oil, and grease to Register! but apparently; not this budget Badcock Furniture downing Students
Oil Co., distributor of Gulf year," ho added. Kitchen's Tile and Draw-Tito BELTED

products here. Gulf had the Looking to future school construction Whipping Town Finance In
business last year, and gainedit faculty planners have Men's League Basketball. Elect 26 COME

again by shading Standard drawn up preliminary specifi- First game of the night saw
Oil .01! cents per gallon on cations for the BUS libraryand Draw-Tlte explode for an easy MembersTo Original Equipment on some of
regular gas and .65 cents per administration unit, to replace 103-62 victory over Town f'I- ON IN !r
gallon on number 2 diesel fuel. the old two-story "C" nance. The first half was fairly y America's finest cars.

building to be razed next sum- close, ending 47-32. The sec- House
mer. <_ ond half was a different story
as Draw Tito poured(In 56 points
Further" discussion of this while holding Town Finance to
of the
Twenty-six memocrs
7010\.05 phase Is set for a Board work- only 30.Draw. new Bradford High School House $2195
session' February 18 when they Tlte had five players of Representatives were elect _
will also study participationIn hitting In double figures:Harold
: students completed
-
ed recently as
the State Board of Education
666f.O Chandler 25, Richard Chandler election of officers In
ftde bond sale for $100,000, to 18, Willie Banks 16,Julius Chan their new bi-cameral govern- FREE
be spent at BUS and review dler 14, and Harrington Chan- "
capital outlay expenditures for dler 10. For Town Finance Bill ment. K78 11 Dual Wht. Wall
the budget year.Consider Folster was the leading scorer Stucmnt government officers Plus $2.33 Fed. Ex. Tax
with 30 points. Jim Mangus had and a 12 member senate had J, And worn /llrt off MOUNTING
your .
the possibility of been elected prior to Friday.
building a swimming pool some- 10.The second game saw league Present student government office car. 1
'f.'j\ J1'" leading Badcock Furniture down holders will serve until
1- the end of the current school
.t Kitchens' Tile 71-53. The Tile
X.S.I .' ,! ''- ':. -Vasco greed Forsythe to use the as the servicesof court- boys played Badcock on even term. DUAL WHITEWALL

\ ,, I i house plumber on a call when terms in the first half trailing Elections will be held this
,'(' 1 needed basis with no retainer. only two points, 29-27, as the spring so that the student government
half ended. The second half saw will be set to begin
Cn Harold Smith, who was paid
rr Kitchen's work at the beginning of the
(r j 1 $50 per month for a monthly Badcock get hot while
shooters turned cold as Bad- 1971-72 school term, according -
of the facilities
inspection plumbing -
.l}} J p'us! charges for work cock outscored them 42-26. to Student Body PresidentLen GUARDIAN
done recently moved from the The winning team had four Register.
players In double figures: John Representatives elected Fri- 'RE NYLON CORD TIRE
IF YOUR FAMILY '
area.Was day are: I
told by Attorney George: Watson 23, Woody Strickland 4
HAS GROWN Pierce Oat Maurice EdwardsIr. 18, Jim Garlington and Pat District I (lNE CountyDor- Four.11 .Full- 1-.a PH"
has easementfor Farnsworth 11. For Kitchens 12 Jenkins I...... Io".d
signed an othy Spearman, Bobby -
So has water .
your \ON r .d
Tile three players hit In dou- Traction
9 Richard kIrkland \
II
;
requirement.Each the county to widen Alligator ble figures: Ronnie Thomas 18, Carol Bloodworth 10; Vicky 0, ..xoo ru-.rnlp ia S
person uses an average Creek across his property Emmett Akrldgo 11, and Danny Anderson, 10, and Randall Zlpoerer. R :
of 60 gallons of water dally in ; a distance of about a Whitehead 10.Standings 12.DIstrict. PHM;ti> LOW A.s. .
their home If your horn> water : Badcock 3-0,
is old- it pnibdhly I is mile.Set 2 (CSE StarkeVLlnda
pump March 1 public hearIngs Draw-Tlte 2-1, Town Finance
Dees
; 12, and Gale Matcher,
enough water to
not pulling in ,
on a road closing In "The 1-2, Kitchens Tile 0-3. $1595WHEEL
family's needs especially -
serve your
at peak demand timesin Villa" subdivision In Theres- Schedule : Wednesday, Feb- 10.District 3 (South County>.
the morning and evening sa as requested by Williamand ruary 107:30: Badcock vs Town Barbara Vallnski !11 1; Susan Dy-
Call us for a no-obligation Lisa Cannon, and a petition Finance, 9 p.m. Kitchens Tile al, 12; Malachi Henry, 10, and a q l1 ..
discussion of your water system to move a greaded road vs Draw-Tlte. Ernie Triest,12. NL.I/M r.b.I... r.
..... .
We sell and service near Graham ot requestof Mrs. District 4 (SW CountyMarty ..'.". .,..II .....m', ..'.
Goulds pumps with Enos Campanella. SENIOR BOYS LEAGUE Meng, 12;Sandra Youngblood,
DependabilitySEE -Promised to have the county The Senior Boys Basketball 10; Lane Powell, 10, and Jan

IT TODAY AT sanitarian investigate Mrs. League began play Tuesday, Thomas. 12.District ,
Winifred Crawford's report of Jan. 19, with a double header. 5 (NW County- GRIP
DURRANCE trash dumping on a dirt road ward Hankerson, 12 Drew
The league I s made up of ;
running off Slt-21 In the Santa four teams, all high school Flemming, II; Kathy Faulkner MASTEll!

Pump & Supply Fe-Agreed,Lake area.toCommlssIoner age boys: Mod Squad Captain 10, and Mike King, 11. FA )
Doug Brown, Rebels
len's suggestion that the board District 6 (North County TIRE
141 N. TIMPLI !9 Iii< 17M' Captain John Powell, Bold
look Monday afternoon at a bad Bubba Bennett 11; Roger Eunice -
OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN curve on the Sampson City road Ones Captain David MoRae, 11; Janet Crawford, 10, .11.. ......,
.. Five-O Captain Bobby Mil and Mike Lee 12. uai .,sa4/a1h.n4
---- --- and a railroad crossing there. I / "
ner. Games are played at the District 7 (Out-of-County :: '..
Recreation Department each Bryan Bishop, 12, and Dennis UNIROYAL f3'.St..;::.:::: :
Tuesday night at 7:30: and 8:45.: Crawford, 12. ;"" ...... BALANCE
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Tuesday, Jan 19, saw the District 1,3,4, and 5 candi- .. .eo.....::.
City Fish & Meat Mod Sauad defeat Five-O 52- dates had no opposition. P ICED
46 behind the shooting of Mouse members are elected AS 101 '
Doug Brown 23, and Kent Grau- from the seven districts on the #AS 50
Market don 19. Mark Patray with 20 basis of population. The 12 sen- $ PLUS
and Edward Knight with 19 led ate members are elected by \ WEIGHTS
the losers. grades with three members! 3695
The second game saw the from each class.
filii K. IMNWM.KK/ ST. I'll. !l B 1-8077 Rebels squeezed by the Bold Student Body President Len

Ones, 45-43. John Powell with Register is a senior, Vice-
Ernest and Opal Allen 13 and David Alvarez with 12 President Richard Roberta Is d97Fadee
led the Rebels. David McRae! a Junior, Secretary Toni Stone Plus eed
was high man for the night as a sophomore, and Treasurer /$ Tar etL1
he pumped In 26 points In the Brenda Thompkins,a freshman. r d
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kpQ'king.pt'*f *Impa.-t ,. Santa Fe Ends JV String At 11Santa

bar negotiations,.th,.Ultie h
down the block cites the *
ing coat of living In hU Iris
ment for Increasing alto
ance and his father quotes!!' A ylMaI Fe edged the Baby Tor- Defense won the game for of the second quarter as the
same figures\ as a reason If nado cagers: 31-26. Tuesday the Raiders Tuesday night."We Tornadoes breezed to a 36-24
cutting it down. night, after Bradford had won shot pretty well, but their zone lead at the end of the third
e aI ifWs Its tenth and eleventh straightthis was too much for our Tornadoes quarter and a 50-40 victory.
t' r weekend,50-400ver Bolles ," Duncan said. The Tornadoes hit on only
} Rau'} 'Gglt' i iM and 48-42 over Orange Park. d 4hW7t" four of 15 free throws for a
Willie Newsome led Bradford's -
Bradford's JV now stands 11- scoring with 10 points, below par average 27 per cent.
301DRIVEIN 3 for the season. while Grant led the Raiders Bolles on the other hand hit
with 14.Through. on four of 10 for 40 per cent.
the first quarter,
SANTA FE GAME the Raiders led all the way, STATISTICS
Tuesday night Santa Fe as the score stood 7-4 at the
poured on the coal In the final quarter. In the second quar-
'SANTA FE GAME
three minutes to edge the Tor- ter, Willie Newsome's free BIIS
Williams Bar-
Show Begins At SundownFRI. nadoes 31-26. throw put the Tornadoes ahead t ber 3-0-6.- Berry 3-0-6.1-2-4. New-
iTI The evening proved frustrating for the first time with 3:36
., SAT., FEB. 5.6 J In more ways than one, remaining In the half. By the some 3-4-10, Totals 10-6-26.
..... ......... as the team arrived 30 mIn- half, Bradford had managed to
1 et utes past game time due to open a slim 12-9 lead. Santa Fe Miller 2-1-5.Mack
e' Tim Murphey handles the ball with d.x.rity for a flat tire. In the IAt7e a IY 1-0-2, Grant 5-4-14. Hall 2-0-
second half Santa Fe
BHS "It was no reason to lose, n ; 4, Totals 13531.
against Boll H. also scored 10 Friday ,
but the anxiety caused by it came back and tied it up 16
th.n come back Saturday to buck.t 15 points against certainly didn't help," Coach all at the quarter. With just Score
Orang. Park. Jim Duncan said. 3:33: seconds remaining In the (1 I Ir BHS -by 4 8 quarters-410.26
game, the Raiders took over
SFe7371531ORANGE
the lead 22-20. From that pointon
the game belonged to Santa ? II IIf2sL
Fe as Bradford was forced
n' Varsity Gag ers into tions.several key floor viola PARK

Bradford Williams 6-3-15
st Bradford did outshoot the ,
Barber 2-1-5 Berry 1-0-2 Ri-
Raiders from the free throw
line. Bradford lilt on 6 of herd 1-1-3, Newsome 11-1-23,

Lose 14th GameBI1S 13 for 46 per cent while San- Totals Orange: 21-16-48.Park Solomon 4-4-
ta Fe could manage but 5 of
15 for 33 per cent. 12, Haltwanger 6-4-16. Flowers,
1-2-4, Gay 1-0-2, Boutle 2-0-4,
"They just played better bas- Totals: 16-10-42.
Santa Fe rolled 58-48 by The OP five led 18-13 after stole the ball again and ketball and we made two or
Bradford High for an easy win the first period, 35-24 at the again in the fourth period using three floor violations with the
Tuesday night, but It was the half, and 45-32 after the third the half court press. But the score tied which really hurtus
14th straight loss for the Tor- period. The taller Raiders con- Tornadoes also were calling ," Duncan said. Score by quarters-
nado cagers. tinually drew charity shots as for fouling and Bolles made Bradford 10 10 16 12 48
"They killed us on the fouled "I think that we will pull 1) P. 9 4 16 13 42
the Tornadoes as they good six) charity shots in the Orange -
Coach Mike Sexton everything together now and
boards
scrapped for the basketball. fourth period to preserve the
said, noting the taller Santa Fe Three Tornado cagers scoredin win. make things right. Three losses _. .
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--
players got two or three shotsat double figures. Malachillen- at this stage of the sea- BOLLES G\MT:
fR]
the basket to one for the ry and Tim Murphey each had son is nothing to be ashamedof Bradford Williams 1-2-4
COLOR i\n / 'tt.SBal m Tornadoes.BUS 15 points and Fred Robinsonhad anyway" Abi. Williams, outstanding rebounder for the Johns 1-0-2 Barber 7-0-14,
mownIMUNHIHIMI PICTURES RIIUSEC had only two offensive 11. But the only other Tor- SANTA GE GAME BHS junior varsity cagers, grabbed 14 rebounds Berry 4-0-8 Hiherd 1-0-2,
rebounds In the first half,meanIng nado points came from Dennis Score by quarters- ORANGE PARK! GAME against Bolles and scored 15 points. !N'pwsome; 9-1-19. Cohen 0-1-1,
PLUS they got a second shot only Kelly 4, and Danny McKinney BIIS- 8 614 22 48 Totals 23-4-50.
twice. They did better In the 2.Orange. S. FE 15 14 18 II 58 The BUS junior varsity third quarter, Bradford con- and hit on four straight buckets, Bolles Dostie 3-0-6, Kauss
BLOOD OF second half at Santa Fe, getting Park had three men chalked up Its llth straight vic- tinued their winning ways, as giving them a slim 10-8 lead at 7-2-16, Lasetter 2-1-5, .laben
nine offensive rebound' The in double figures, and drew BIIS Johns 1-0-2, Wright tory, as it outbattled the Baby they led 38-29 at the end of the end of the quarter. In the 2-0-4, Satter 4-1-9, Totals 18-
DRACULASCASTLE Tornadoes pulled down 24 defensive solid scoring support from 0-1-1, McGee 1-0-2, Ricks 2- Raiders 48-42:: Saturday nightin the third quarter. second quarter, the Baby Tor- 4-40.
rebounds. three other players. Bassett 1-5. Henry 4-1-9 Robinson 7- Orange Park. nadoes picked up where they
The week's cage action also led the Raiders with 17 points. 0-14, Murphey 3-5-11, McKin- The Baby Tornadoes again BOLLES GAME hud left off, as they build a Score by quarters-
saw BIIS lose to Orange Park Brett Shannon had 15, while ney 204. Totals 20848. had a bad night from Ole free Bradford's JV won its tenth 22-16 lead at the half. Bradford 10 12 14 14 50
60-47 and to Bolles 49-44. It usually high scoring Paul throw line, as they shot better consecutive, easily outpacingthe The second half was a repeat Bolles 888 16-40
was the same story in every Schllctman had 14. Sapp scored Santa Fe Gallop 4-3-U, A- from the floor than tile line. Bolles Bulldogs 50-40 at
SUN.. MO.Y. FKIJ. 7,8 game: the Tornadoes facing a nine points and Bassett and Solomon derholt 1-0-2, Simmons 4-0-8, Bradford hit on only 6 of 22 home Friday night Jan. 29.
zone defense put up by a taller seven each in supporting Welcome 8-1-17, Walker 1-1-3, free throws for 27 per cent, ; :.)Re7Ya4:: '): rfi:,+.:}S:::+:}:{:{:iY: :ti':::{:{::::::{:{::::}:::;::: :::::::::::;::: ::,:).(::::::::::.: *::;.:. :>
team. So far BUS hasn't roles. Johns 3-2-8, Gilman 1-0-2, while they hit for 36 per cent Willie Newsome was the lead-
AN' EROTIC mustered sufficient outside OP hit on 14 of 33 free throw Watkins 0-1-1, Algood 0-1-1, from the floor. Ing scorer of the night:: as he r NORTHCountry 1 FLORIDA >I
Jones 2-1-5 hit on nine field goals and one s': .
shooting to bring opponents out tries, a 42 per cent average. Totals 24-1-58. Willie Newsome: had the best :
NIGHTMAREOF of the zone, Coach Sexton says. BUS bucketed 11 of 21 charity night of his career, as he led free throw for points.Vernon :f

TORTURED Santa Fe Jumped off to a shots, a 52 per cent average. points.the night's Able Williams scoring with added 23 Barber he hit added on seven another field 14 goals pointsas | M usic Show II I

SAN FA FE CANE:: STATISTICS another 15 points and was Brad- Eric Kauss led l the Bulldogs ;
LUSTS..where BOLLES GAME ford's leading rebounder with 14 effort with seven field goals I 1st and 3r I I Saturdays t tj
Santa Fe jumped off to a Coach Mike Sexton's crew Orange Park Game of Bradford's 41 rebounds. and two free throws for 16
even the dead 15-6 first period lead Tuesdayand looked at times Friday nightas points. UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL I
was never headed. S. Fe if they might pull one out Score by Quarters: Mike HaltlwanKer led Orange Bradford started out slowly. i;|
had 29-12 halftime advan- BHS- 13 11 8 15 47 Park's scoring with 16, while: ::
can a of the bag, but foul trouble allowing the Bulldogs to mounta
;? tage, then outscored BHS: 1814in and 15 turnovers spelled the OP18 17 10 15-60 Sam Solomon hit for 12. 6-2 lead midway through the I 8:00: P.". i|
love! the third period to hike the difference in the 49-44 loss During the opening minutes opening quarter. 1 Y'AI.L COME: :%:

lead to 47-26. to Bolles of Jacksonville. BIISKelly 0-4-4, Henry 7- Bradford had trouble with the Then the Tornadoes caught fire ::::::: ::'::::: :;::::; ::::::::::: ::::::;c::; ,;.:.:.:.w.;.<<: :: .::::-.;:::::::::: : :::;::::::::::.::: *: .,: i
Santa Fe's bench came on The game wis a close 12-10 1-15, Robinson 5-1-11, Murphey zone, as Orange Park openeda
.1r midway the third period and after the first period with Bolles 5-5-15, McKInney 102. To- commanding 9-2 lead mid-
the Tornadoes closed the mar- holding the slim edge.The Tor- tals 18-11-47. way through the opening quar- --- --
gin to 10 points by game's end. nadoes had five field goals for ter.With GLOVER
Fred Robinson led B'li with their 10 points while Bolles OPBassett 6-5-17, Sapp 3- three minutes remainIng -
14 points. Tim Murphey had 11 four field goals and four char- 3-9, Solomon 2-3-7, Schlicht- in the first quarter, Wil- ELECTRIC GAINEBusiness SVILLE
points, nine coming In the fourth ity shots for Its 12. man 6-2-14, Shannon 7-1-15, lie Newsome exployed for 8
period. Bolles outscored BUS 12-5 Humpshlre 1-1-3, Frith 1-2- straight points, giving the Tor- Complete Repair
Ted Welcome led Santa Fe in the second period to open 4. Totals 22-14-60. nadoes a 10-9 lead at the quar- ServiceWIRING.HEATING

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Utilizing a press which began STATISTICS then on, the Baby Tornadoes -
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BUS hosts Palatka South Friday lead to 27-25 with 5:20: left Bolles Game buted 12 points in the first 21 HOURS AUTO SALES .GARDEN SUPPLIES(
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BUS 10 5 11 18 44
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r r1 rLE m-JOHNS i XDN CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS

BKOOKER in BRIEF I I SERVICE MENArmy I Wi"l Our heartfelt thanks to all The family of Clifton Smith,

BY MRS. A.B.wmTCHEADSR. who extended comforting sym- '
NEWS January 8,
BY LINDA G. COX pathy and help In our recent who passed away
1971 would like to express our
Chief For the beautiful
Warrant Officer sorrow. service
The child of a veteran always BROOKER PTA MEETS Afterwards they went to Lake Tim M. Green, whose mother, BIRTHDAY DINNERSWe ville Medical Center Please floral offerings, and other sincere appreciation and gratitude

remains a child of a veteran The Brooker PTA had 1U Winnott for a slumber party.; Mrs. Pearlle O. Green and don't have too much news remember her In your pray- kindnesses, we are deeply for the many flowers shown,food to

even though the child may be regular monthly meeting The girls had a good time.It wife, Irean, live at 1621 E. this week, and I am still In ers. Mrs. Eula Carlton and grateful -- The Johnny Har cards and kindnesses

adopted out of the veteran's Tuesday night, Jan. 28, It was was told that one of them Market Rd., Starke, recently a daze anyhow. Monday was Mrs. Nellie Hudson have also den family. us. Pauline Smith and Daughter.

family before or after the vet announced that the commercial "put a dead lizard In the other'sbed. received the Bronze Star Medal my birthday, so I was lookIng been very sick. I
erans' death. dishwasher ." Oh well! They enjoyed a for distinguishing himself for my children Mr and Church news of Pine LevelBaptist
purchased by the
spaghetti dinner on Sunday, and Mrs. Charles Whitehead and
through meritorious service In :
PTA it now Installed In theschool' came back to Brooker that afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. We had Trl-State Fellowship
connection with military opera- daughter, our -
Regardless of the circumstances cafeteria. This Is not J & J Roofing
"safo and sound. Miss and and last
tions against hostile forces in George Bishop son meeting Thursday and
he Is still a child of only a great help to the lunch-
Shirley Green was their cha- Vietnam. The medal, adoptedIn daughter, all of Jacksonville; Friday, and oh what a meeting
Is Isaac
the veteran and eligible for room workers, Mrs. Henry
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perone for the weekend. 1944, recognizes outstanding and Mr. and Mrs. A.B. White- ) The church was filled both
benefits payable under all laws and Mrs. Georgia Howard
( ; Mrs. Pearl Markey celebrated head and children-- to and
achievement. come days, soma of the best Metal Co.NowOpen
Veterans but also aids
administered by the Improvement of Sheet
sanitation her birthday on Thursday Tuesday night But they real- preaching with around 25: & .
for the children.
Administration, according to Jan. 28. Mrs. Sue Parrish took CWO Green received the ly gave me a surprise and hada preachers on hand during the
M.T. Dixon Florida director The PTA then made somo her out to eat dinner at Maas award while assigned as an feast spread all ready to week. We are looking forward

of Veterans Affairs. plans for a "family entertainment Brothers Suncoast Restau- aviation maintenance chief In eat at A.B.. Jr.'s house whenwe to the next meeting to be held

night" This Is going to rant" In Gainesville. Co. A 15th Transportation came back from church. in Georgia. We really fed the

For further information, seethe be FUN! Look for details to be Terrell Green of De Rudder, talion, of the 1st Calvary Division Oh, It was so nice to be re- people for two days. I think

local County Service Officer announced later. The Librarian, La. surprised his parents, Mr. (Airmobile) In Vietnam. membered.Mr. everyone was really blessed.
as officer of the Veterans Mrs. Lou Reeves, enlightened and Mrs. Roy Green, Thursdayby On Friday afternoon the ladIes US 301 South, Starke

Administration or parents l on the NEEDS of the dropping by Sun land Train- The warrant officer and Mrs. Leon Renfroe and men toured the State
who
write M.T. DIxon at P.O. Box Library. It was voted to purchase ing Center, where they are holds the Army CommendationMedal also Misses Pet and Eula Norman, Prison at Ralford, and oh how Phone 964-8088 Day 473-3203 Night

1437, St Petersburg, Fla.3373L.Id.TiI.AAJ.AII.1tCPr a set of Junior Science employed. Mr. Green was in and the Air Medal, entered Mrs. Robert Faulkner,and Mrs. tired they did look at 5 p.m. :'
Encyclopedias. Refreshmentsof Florida on a business trip Pete Yarbrough went to Plant We are sorry to report our
coffee doughnuts I and the Army January 1968: to their sister Specializing In Built Up And Shingle
punch Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Bran- BasIc Training City Sunday help Sunday School was down last
cake were then enjoyed by a non and daughter, Micah, of completed at Mrs. Will Lewis,celebrateher Sunday, so If you were among

....Ins.tad 1ft. good turn-out of parent and Jacksonville, were visiting Ft stationed Jackson at, S.C.Ft., and Eustis.was last Va. 91st birthday. They also those absent Just think that Roofs, Cutlers, Down Spouts, And

F..r.dhrd: CssaY. tt'.I, teachers. Hostesses for the Mrs. Brannon's parents, Mr. He Is 1954 reported a nice time you helped bring it down. So
a graduate of Brad-
Aetl.nCa evening were: Mrs. Dolly Har- and Mrs. Roy Green, Sunday, Mrs. Lucille Love Is In a be there this coming Sunday Duct Work.
ford
.. Nn..tI.. Ot Cult roll, Mrs. Frelda Mott,, Mrs. Jan. 24. County High School. serious condition In the Gaines and be counted.

CArol LYnn anew. Pholntll'. Jeanette Hayes, and Mrs. Mary
..... Thomu Jack Shaw. do. Smith.

2endant.T0 ,
""
: Thom Hoer.bv NoHtl."
You Ar.action for divorce 11.1 RECREATION CONTINUES FIRESIDES
boon that .n flt.d .ltaln.1 you and you Friday night Jan. 22, about

a'. r..ulr.d.... In. serve..''Crouchnany a pony. 50 young people, along with MARSHMALLOWS:
oI yOU .
met at the Brooker
to It on Fa..n. chaperones CHOCOLATE OR *
and 1"nlda." >! AutnrnevsAedet.on Community Center. A short
p 00. )rawer
for 130' O.lno.vlll.Pl.lntlf Florid" and business meeting was held to DEVILS FOOD PIES /
with the ct.kof and Ideasof .J
all. the nI.ln.1.tyl.d ,m discuss the wishes ; ,
the .to'above. 'h. 12t\l\ Court of the group. The Brooker youth Atwiyt
0' oth.rwl.l .. I"ln..1.Jud.om.nl expressed their desire to: make
March 1911 ; b. ."t.."" **skl
may r.llef tie' money to help support this new '' flllCiDI.Utist .- ,

..sanded...In"t yo"In for the hand the Cnmualnt.Witnus and ..eatof .. project The Recreational Com- S1vnaUe to I ti ,

mV on thl. l&tl1 d..y mittee"will help support this fs :
old Court
of January, AD. Un. project also whenever possi Notwellktlsir

C8fb\ ble. The youth enjoyed playing YOU CA VI ,
il7b
t4. Brown
1
'Icult Cout. 1ft records, dancing and Just visiting le

}CI..k lid for nt Bra".d the County.d l"lor. with each other. Cokes ty tiv+Pl ____A ______________________

? n.ui.h M. Mood?. DeVUtYtuR were aballable for the purchaseof t
a dime apiece.This was made
.n. Crouch. Anderton andoip possible by the using large

Drawer, 130' Cokes, pouring them over cups 2DOUBLE YOUR DOLLARS A EAGLE!

1,%Inuvill.. rlorW".u U '-21 of Ice. The group got a 15C .
Coke for the price of a dime, \.a'
making a clearance of $2.25
for the evening. How Is that MEN IS MEN'S '
.i.'1.... Of llearlaaOn PetHInnt iC MEN'S
Clo-/ae And ,,,..,......."' .n. for a starter? Chaperones for f ti SHIRTS TRICOT LINED
tee Vnrttliir A enhIlllnn, ( CUSHION '
the evening were: Mrs. Betty
etniiOTM A.. The \'lllnAn4\ ,
f"t.....*! Ant n.... rite J P.... TN. Pnbll- n... Mrs. Jim Temple, and Jimmy I raw CREW SOCKS
.......
...., nntftrnrtl r. PlnrldaTo n
Whnm It Mnv Confirm, Reid. Other Interested parentsand
You will take notlr .that In adults dropping by were: I ,,;, PeNlrlloeli. *
$ CemterHilt' trttch In
aernrdonca with the nrovlurInnft cellar.
T.J. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
+
of Section 11.*A1) anti :' 511.., tliivit; ...'/. celeu with'
.. ald Bristol, Rev. Jim 'temple ,
191 til. florid Statute a.rml.llr ..
1 Silts 1011.
hearln. will h.. hall by of Brooker, and Rev. and Mrs. I Dtty lint 'NjOd sRlpss.
the Hoard 1 of Cnttntv Commlff* }I P r telllt A ; u 105001 9""
Mediatory of Waldo. Rev. Med
I
pinner! nf nrndftord Co'tntv.Fiorina. cI : I
; In* the Cnuntv. Com- iatory Is the barber here In I 1 '6'i v bill ....::::! YOU SAVI 18";
Honm riradfordFnnntv
of
mlaalnnera tlrlptiiSim :
Brooker and Is Interested
CourthrtuHA In mark. very v 'Inny
on Monday. ",f....h 1. in Brooker and its youth. jr e
10-no A.M on the ,,.II. i L 11.11 MldslliS t
Cannon. and The hours for this gettogether (p th YOU SAVI ...
tlnn of William 1 letters In rich 33% :. .
whir nil a, n petition Cannon wait, hla aaread wife.noon were from 8 to 11 p.m. I \ ;? 'M, Ctritfin title :: 1 S

inn. mlnutea of a meeting .. Slit ( I* 12 tuusltvl /
of I the ald nf Countyrnrnmlimlonrra CHURCH NEWSA
: heal{ on February
1. i''l. roiiueatli) that Committee from the Brooker 1
\M, Honrd otter. anahnon ana Baptist Church met Tues- '

!1 acate that an certain"Th.111.aiihdlvtalonnown .." and day night, Jan. 26, to make 3J .eu>>- BOYS' PRINTED '
knitted and recorded In Plat all of Its plan for the Annual ?

,fok,.n.. I.atreeta Pa.e. Tit hereinafter toa-ether. with d.. Sweetheart Banquet to be given q h SHIRTS '

crUte6\' and renounce and disclaim at the Brooker Community 2/ 1St '
anv rent of TiraarorACounty.
Florida' end, the pun- Center on Saturday, Feb 13.
flu. tn and tn the .. .. '
within aald nortlnna :andnuatohet ; < SOCIAL ITEMS & EVENTS MEN'SDRESS : BOYS'CREPE chess hibFlesd>
airem and l In :
pUttoil $(
tertalnul>illv Inlon bsinRi.scrlb"I .. Congratulations! Sgt. and PANTS ,. SOLE motlti, numbers cull
aa follow:: "The Mrs. Pat Castlen on the arri : ,a FLORIDA sayings era Slits 2 ,tt I.
known a
"A. subdlvlalon" aa DCT pint thereof re.oVrded val of their first child, an ; PIIMANINT LOAFERS
.
in Pint nook ". Pace adorable baby girl, born Sun HISS
with the 1 etr.etuthate'n WESTINGHOUSE YOU SAVI 31%
n. to[.tl.er
Jan. 24 et the Naval Air
known aa Urndlurd.. day, Wldt variety e(
Florida. And nn deacriutd alley. and aa. Station In Jacksonville. Mr.and *+ SEALED BEAM rf- :: fabrics, celeu ))9 -

Thai mnre pnftlcularlv certain' piece I parcel' "or Mrs. Castlen named her Patricia and styles. I .
and IyinW| Ann after\ both of them. HEAD
tract of land nutate LAMPS Slits 21II 3 '
end, bln[ in the (;'eunty of Sgt. and Mrs. Pat Castlen were Mldalllen miff.
Bradford.. Stale of Florida tie Nlt'Ily. tell 1.00 I 1.10.00,
seabed : here on a leavevisiting Mr. ; Antltui town, 3 3 Jehn.eo Sl.
Then portion of the goutheaat, Castlen's folks, Mr. and Mrs. !' Slits 1 It (. ) (.HOLLYWOOD
4uerter f C"E',) SEti"t Ihe) or nuuth H.'" Leroy Stokes. This timing Just 'f 17.1 NW MAint.ltOS.SteMM .
....1 Quarts ( SAV! 31y
hin 7 Aoulh, .' ( I I ( V?
Iron Town suited "Proud Grandma, Mrs. .' / '
..:32t E.. 0radrnrd ('nun. FT. :
tv.. Florida l Nino Weat 0' Klale Leroy Stokes. Sgt., and Mrs. iTi"% ..'' r' euo VACUUM .
.' rh LAUDERDAtE153NW
therefromthe
HoMd IO P. <>"rentln Castlen and new daughter are .' IAAeftI
Xorth Interred 420 foet partl.thereof., may stationed In Fort Benning, Ga. I ..: '' i CLEANER BAGS 40Ave.Itat .
.' D le VlveV
Appear and be heard i *t the .'
\- and place al>n>', .p"Uled. : y 4 LADIES' GIRLS' 1023 NW *Aye.
: Assatedtirls,
PaldCthlJf 1" day of F'TU.nro'arAof1C7ounty Mrs. Kathy Clayton and f GI Gl.van 3270N.Sietee.7506t
Commlnalon.Jr. ,' daughter Tancy, of Haines City :: MINI SLIPS BLOUSES ACIxRtCLEA1IER 'Ills mesl ptpular NE II Aye.272tN. .
; ; "''In' Snetiftnd .Di U>lwv.
Bradford Cpunly 1"101" .:: "
Of were here visiting with Mr.and PIXMANENT BAGS
I reI: Selection tl
: duiablt. ALSO IN -
Stokes y '
Mrs. Z
Leroy recently. iq
n7 .". Gilbert Brown : tailertd PRISS
:
Clerk of ,,'ld. 1J0aro1COffl..I.1 1001 :;: sf : Ql G
.
Sell. Miss Cherle Hinton celebrated '. lacy stylts.Seft -..
-
6eor.e H. At rierrAttorney her 15th birthday by invitIng ::;: tuttls t ,'v folldL ;; :-.- x,'o- YOU

p n. t>m...er I9d0tlake a few girl friends to go // I Flit aN ::;: 1 and wine stilt 1 to la. ; =_ SAV113;'
Sins SML, t I
". Fta.Attorn slandud ; } 1 _
bowUng with her In Gainesville -
;Y for Petitioner. 211.11u last Sat night Jan. 23.- 1\ (MS. :':: r% SAVI 31% p, t ; SAVI 4$7:

For 11 volt ''; io ;;

u,u 'uuu... ... .... ...... .., ...... .... ..... Systems, ''.: +I y
':w.::::::..:::;...:.:i;..r..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::ri:::::::':,::.:.:iriiiy'r'iY.N: ::::::;:::::r::::::;::r.r%; ::.l..h.r.Y.: ....:....:.....'....:.f..t..:...:.;......:...II ; .:;:;;;: :

S" 1 "PRE-PACKAGED OPINIONS" 1|-:::|;;;ij ijW :


i have been accustomed to buying pre-packaged goods:[:;:::;;:: ..............................................................................:.
p to tile extent that wt have acquired the bad habit of buy- :::W;:;;;> ..

...;;: lnIr pr -p ckad optnloiu. The following will how what::;:;:;:
$::$ mean: ::::::
::.. ::::::::

@.; "Daddy, who are the Birchen?'.-Why., son. they are i:11;; 1 20"X 40"BATH ALL-PURPOSE *

yf:: the wont people In the country. Everybody know that.,"S:=:i:;*:: TOWELS CUSHIONS I .'
:::|:jj: ( ?

":::::.: "Are they Vm ones who burn the flag and their draft::::;iijcard. ;:; tEf' y an I Fluffy and Jbmbenl. Durible plastic. Wipes, eillnIliull'ull'mesl \ I

k.::;:.:: .?" -"No." :g-::;::;:: with a damp cloth. Ctttdinatlnt ': i t U:

p': I') dicttater eelwj. Solid ind ; ;
print combinations.
'
t1: "Carry the Viet Cong nag, picture of Mao, Castroand'if ;
:::: other Communlit?" -"No." :ijgj: ;
:

:";;:+'' "Do they run to Canada to eicape being soldiers?" -"No." |ffi :|


j;:| "Do they go to Cuba to cut sugar cane, and team to be F*i 1 IIasOt SAVI YOU 1 ;', ,r

d:;:$ IIIrrlla."No.. .'* ::%:::: + 410 nch, 36% ,
f-fA %ffl s
a" +
r
r "Do they Mil dope and dirty book to Wd7" -"No"rye
ill 'M
:
r>r::: "Do they make movie I can't **e?" -"No." ;*: ;s:::: CUBE MaaIOX
ICE
Si:: Colgate

ig "SeIJ.tuff to the Communists I which helps to kill our 'wi: POLISHING ft .
t--::< oldien?" -"No" +::::!: .tTRAYS

Y r?r=: .tt; TOOTH PASTE II
: 'Ob, I know, they must be the one who riot, bum and gig.

: throw tire bonb7""No. :jig::: '
Ii \

"Do they say 'Cod U dead, and want prayer kept out "W; : aa 'ION ?, 9
oIachool?''-"No." g:|: m. m.f 2/398 (
f.t :rts: ]

iffl "Do they want to overthrow our government?" -"No,, no." f.; ,

1
t.i'\ "Well. Daddy, U they. don't do any of the thing that r:; Z lei cubl '
f made mad do ?" /6 -- ) ..!r:1.i.0' :
t you why you hate them : Rip In h.rJU.
;
<<

i "Well. Junior. (If* like DM*. If. plain to .... everybody l I ,Midi.Iy ble.., 't Fin ill ileettlt drills.Lamks ,.

f knew, I Jut. explained hrumpb. hrumpri maybe you better .::: YOU Pel,. 6.75 OZ. will i.aeen.S1A4 .
: gooutilde and play", worn you gt a little older you will [: IIIIY'lftl.' R.Nrtan/lot/rte. Stuart
::f:: understand Tanai (I)
,. :4 1.09 VALUI Holder and. 'v." atbef... Tarpen
m y 12 02., 1.39VAIUI Sonnji

fr; "Okay. .Daddy Pll go. but bow old do I haft to get?" tfJ YOU SAVI 2*%; TameCeTewaceTeeuetu


-;? If you feel that yon are old enough to know about the m e / ]

I:*:?1: John Florida.Birch Society' writ to Poet Offlce Box 247, Stark., tfu;f e 1 .." SAVI2.YOU ZeahyrhilltVETERANS .


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Pegs i Telegraph February ,4, 1971



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Itotlr Of ....I.W ..'rtlnK trrpt."" .. In"Yu,,.n iiutiflcfil.. ''h.t'I.,
--1 %* X ilci' Tu l"r dlt*>r arc 41-
LAWTEY i iBy .r ( ,_lf>.i A." tl>..ii>*nn.mn All<> iT.dll..r. of tAre hv. R-it i'nt '- lion ful 41., .' ', hm nMn' fll.(lavaliiNt
,, .. .... .. .
; ?, < Of A ( n.* Hn 4IK K Mutll d.. enw 4! .nro u und you .ire >'
iiAbEiI WWtJ nf NWVl Of ".Mlnn d M ttulrail to ,, f yourwrlttin
notlflo.1 and riulr IM.IVI A tiy >
1&LJf ;: : I En.. Bluebird I 2f>. Tux n.hl" T Mouth ll-nv.* hereby fll.1 cUlrme ,,r dfinmidjwhlih : .tot> tin***. If tiny t" It
:/: <: :' ill K:"ot. Ilrnilford (0..'". Florliln any l" "n Plaintiff i Aii"rn.!'. whc.Kddr -
mild ",t.yIn the"f:: "" ..i l I. I' O. r>r.wr 3411,
',IF' 1'(, WHOM tT MAYPOVrWItV: : Itnrltnrd SIIIk., Flnrlfln on or bpfor
{.; JiHlK' ('f
Mrs. T.V. Duck attended the Yon County : ; .'. .'
will
CHURCH ACTIVITIES ink nolle Hint Inniniiilnnrf Fl'.rld. court- l>rimry 12 11)71 and rili th
funeral of her aunt Mrs. Ruth with Ihn urnvl.Inn. ,.- houa0yt. H.ork-. FloraN within original with Ihn ("i.rk <.f thin
., ,
nf Hnrtlrtn llfl 01 IhriMtnh, cnl nUr' m..Mh from i'liurt I'llhcr .tor. '.vl nrlnlntlfr..Sttuntuv
Grace United Methodist: Sun Cook in Savannah, Ga. Thurs- 9111 18. Flnrliln Stntul.n .uuh.Ihr tit l ''' ;! "r num. illUN -
\ day School 9:45: ; Worship Services day of last week. She was accompanied ) h".rlnlt'111 Im ImM., Iv lhIlnnril .. theion l dm of* thin'' notlflrtrfurnl.lhln"i ly thrr.*aftiir.. oth..rwliH' ;i
I II a.m. and 7:30 I by her daughter, .. of, of P-miilv ("nmml"nn.. copy thiri Il'R' topublication lOt'S' 1\. Stork,. default will. I. ",,10..1 .aitulnt
: p.m.; rn nrniirurd Count v Fl"r' j PO. you for tin* ri'llof deniiind'd In ,
3 M.Y.F. Tuesday 7 p.m.; Choir Mrs. D.E. Nolan, of Jacksonville M.., In tht, rvninlv lbmml.- H"F&rlde' mv o.h".nl a."I.E..h theWIUtn.t
M' ni r** nmtm' III lhi, HrmlCir4Ptninlv rlailn..r drmmnd mutt .mv hnnd und !itiurnt I
practice Wednesday 6:30: p.m. PourlhoiiHo In Htarkf. .:. .rill" and, mast .t"tn of thin mart ihln 111)1)
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. Vicky and Julie llazen of ."Iorhllnn th. 1l ilnv of tin 1 In place at rv..llIp"cu unl, punt.lore day of Jnminry, 1971.SKAL .
Church of God School Starke spent Saturday overnightand Mnrrh. 11)71 nt in'no A M nn .. addrraa n' the .talmft" ( : )
: Sunday tb<* itltlon of Eni': >ii rnmitunllR .ha. .worn. to by theci.unant. Olllirrt N. h.nwn.Clrr1C
10 a.m. ; Worship services, II Sunday with Robin, Jeral- And .Immna W..lmm and end moat. 1,1', .. ?r. Me, ..tennnpv Court
ine and Laurie Andrews. Jinn WKlnon bin wife. whlrh "nnli foefine yell Otflyhnt'ulah'lat Moody
and 7
a.m. Family Night or
/ I p.m.; Mrs. Annie Mae Crews and pMlllon won .lr.nd. upon Ihi errnrdlfl'' : II,: I law, Dlkl. (Cl.rk; ,
f Wednesday 7 p.m. minute* of n mnpilnir of nnlil 1-P,71, 4t2.4
Highland Baptist-: Sunday Joey visited her son-In-law .Imnnl of f'mmtv, Omnmlnxlimcr January' A 11 fern971 -
hMil on F"liru irv I 1171.rcnticHtlnv } !'J..r' flf'' .
Mr. and Rrepn r Th.Ftabk
daughter Mrs.
School 9:45; Worship services, Jerry ,, thnt Maid IVmMflout n. of A..a To: Multi. a.- t* Tat Ori-Klt faun Of
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Glance. In Palatka. They went .' ,* nnA nnnml'm, n nortlont the Y..I"\ htdU/n4 flr.aqf
; .
ten.r4Flrat Fur N.dtnrd1'.41rf1. !
\ '
la
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. followed sight-seeing and vIsited Ravine >f n eoutvlv d.' .nt.rlli irrn'lPil>". nnil roml rrnnunp I lion1Innftcr on January flurlila. <...". %.... ,
hilt PLUS by choir practice. Gardens on Sunday. nn"1"h" any rlvht orllritilfnril U. lYH ,.JJ 4t 2." llnyi-l K: linunhiiu W'I'I'" onlrV. 'I\' 'r,1IrauY
"'hl.I.11"
Mrs. A.C.. KIrkland and Miss Poimtv. Florida nnil
.
the iinWIi1, In and 1 to ,th*> InndIvlnic dlen. It'fln'' ''alit'
PERSONALS Nella KIrkland visited Mr. and "
within HiilO rounlv irrnilpjronil
,,
Mrs Vernon Griffin in Lake nn 1 !., niM'i.nt Iht'rnln' M 1'..: I Hhlrli. Ann \\ "1 illfl
We have Just learned that (lT.n1 TO nn.nr.n" "II.h"rty.loIrv., ; .. I 1'1 t i I. <"
Park, Ga. on Sunday. Mil road tint It nlonw ut Inn,t,..of"I1n' ..li'rlv n.v county tintinil, hint null will I." ri'iiKoltin Vnii An- Hi n i" '' ,' ,r' d'
Mrs. Almn Bell Biggs is in And nut .hart. limn FIIImnry for .11 l' '1-'
ser- m-timi
save Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise nrv nr the (W'4 or :NWS.: S"1' Ihnl nn ,
3WGVSt R, 1 I1*1I fur r't .Ie nanlnal'"n. 'l'" >
ill In Bradford lion 21. Tmrn.hln 7 South, 'linn flli-il
iously County were visiting Mr. and Mrs. nfll.inpnn ..
HniliH -
.t' Iliinirtt: S3 HnM :iwilil .nniimdrinmtv : till l lit the Oliv Dr.' ri'iiutriil. i" iw-ivy. '
2 Hospital. Paul Norman in Starke duringthe rood belnir d".o.lh.,1 ( Ctnv. pick. mi u u i.k 'anVAoy '" h' .i'
PttIce.M IJJWESf J.QU&m\ THE MIOHEsr 3-MWK ,Wt\ B ST Friends will be pleased to week follow-: a PS,'.'}''I Tuomliiy, nn l Tlllir"* llf"r, II""II" I I": .1"t i iw.rl .
day niilili-r meal HHOI Ifv what ;; ,;... 111111! 'I f "
A county irni1<"> nn,1! 'Iv'nir v ; .
know that Mrs. Sidney Hansen Mrs. M.C. Kelley and child- Anil h..ln" In SW" nf N\\"". daY hv u'III I..k. 1 on. I1: t1., ?
appears to be Improving in ren visited Mr. and Mrs. Uer- or ,Rcctlon tl TownMiln* 7. All Mil., malted, to ins !SO.tltmptnn. !SSr'7, ..r" "' I I ,
Kill" .12014Illilnull II''vi 'i''
Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville wood Selph In WKltehouse on South pnlnt nf.lp..lnnlnv II Bast mmmrne.Inw t.. with a. ) boo npi-ni-d, T So( P.m.Fniriinry with th-4t"'-l"ik 'I, I
/ after surgery.We Saturday.Mrs. onroxlmiiit1v 310 f.ptH'Hith N. 1971 ill llnrwplon Blvli'it' rmirl "rt I i n
1 1 / 1 1 ;,. ,
I I I'' Nnr'h..rn., ... City Hall, I.!! SI Sturr: h n. ''' I n
are pleased to know that L.M. McClcllan Mrs. of. the. / ,,,'V 1 I"1", 1 i
ir for ip nrH pil iiuartcr i c- J".I..I" ,\
L.S. Tanner Is recuperating at K.It. hutch and Mrs. Max New- lion. and then mn.n.lrr/nit/ mu'n4rd' u1'", fnr' nol\ n\.?,
h. n
home after Snnthpnat cornT
undergoing surgeryin Itirinnrh the
'I
I I I I II Baptist Memorial Hospital port Privett were in visiting the hospital Mrs. Melson Jacksonville 14 nttharlvlnInmanrv. of on nforiitcitiTlltoil the.. I. .TlHt.O.u("I.c...,.J.Florida."Corm Ot CM"rurtr.4C Si.. ? .".1| Hmmv,.r -IIKI, ., ''..""bond".. .,'", "
Jacksonville. Monday. nimrtT nicton| to Aluii. ." J/unnlr, MiirrlH. l'lo'ln- rf.v ,.f Jin.nr' !In I1.1
on .A point. nnnroxlninl. 410 fcitWfHt II.". v. lliLty Ji'an Iouttn (Xf: \ )
I I 1I Mr. and Mrs. G.W. (l311!)) Mrs. Helen Thompson and of lh. Km.thro.t t ornnr :;orrl.. IlclcnduntNotlin ...II",.,.I" IITMM'' n <" ,. .
Anders the arrival niece Miss Patty Thompson of .-..lil. rninptcr, noctlrm uf A. 1 lion t. i | ik" f Hit ul
announce I I'
To. Jrun lii. Nurflu. l II. "T I ''i M M h"
I All Intc retell tmrllpw mnvnni hilly' >y tt 11'| .
of a son. Glenn Michael, on of Jacksonville were visiting ,>pnr rnd !h. lirnril nt the \\hiiHt li..Id. n. I* CM- Si.: ..""> < :'' ,d.' i .,'
I Ix January 28. Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Reddish on tlrni and nine n1w v.' wniMtfliilDntcil j.i
thl ifcl Inv of 1..Irll.,
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. (Jimmy) Saturday.Mrs. iirv. AH1\ \
Iligglnbothnm announce the Bertha Stucky and Mrs. Hnnril Of (unlv PnnmIa.lmt-,
Bill Benson and children of <'.. Of Iirnilfnril' C'onntv.'' Plorrtv -
arrival of a son James Stacy,
on January 25. These all have Jacksonville spent the weekend (Ida Kr \T., DeWift C. Jones Funeral Home

the prayers and good wishes with Mr. and Mrs. L.I'. Hafuse. -sRllhort, S Ilrown
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2 Youths Moss, and Richard Steven Tyler -
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Judge George L. Patten in Cir- state of tax last June 21. a
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I cuit Court here as final disposition Sentenced Homer Mosley, 19, years.Placed.
In PrisonTwo was made In cases from to three years In prison after on probation for three
Mosley pleaded guilty; to years Gregory A. Woods, convicted -
the recent trial session. In the 8 Ml. West Of
Stork.
entering without breaking a of grand larceny
Walker and William
Avril Shealey
FORD local teenaged boys were Kimberly, both 31, were truck owned by Hance Thorn- theft of an outboard motor last On Stot Road 100
t sentenced Monday to terms >In sentenced to prison terms after ton last Dec. 28. Feb. 18 owned by FrederickD.
I the state prison after pleading their conviction for break- Sentenced Sinclair ChappU Johnson. Live EntertainmentEVERY
guilty; to theft of a truck to ing Into a home, stealing appliances Jr., 18, to three years In prison Placed on probation for one
to maliciously damaging boats and then setting the after he was adjudged guilty year Leslie Crews, who pleaded -
at a store.Fred building on fire. of breaking and entering guilty; to charges of car- FRI. AND SAT.
t William Powell, 17, was The pair was charged with the D&W Auto Supply and grand rying a concealed weapon last NIGHTS
Inventory Reduction sentenced to five on the larceny last Oct. 6. August 18. '
t years breaking and entering grand Postponed until Feb. 1 the From 9 P.M. to 2 XM
truck theft and to four yearson larceny, and first degree arson Handed a three-year proba-
the damage charge, with the In connection with a dwell- tion term to Eugene DeWitt sentencing of James Lloyd, 24, Featuring
sentences to run concurrently. ing owned by Mrs. Garnet Stu- Blye Jr., 21, of St. Peters- who pleaded guilty; to breakIng -
der last Feb. 17. burg, who had pleaded guilty; and entering a truck ownedby The Country BoysFor
to receiving goods stolen ty H.H. Houston on Jan. :3
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The pair has been scheduledfor
with Intent to commit petit larceny -
Reservations
Chapple last Oct. 7.
t trial but KImberly pleaded
Sk Richard Steven Tyler, 17,was and entering without
sentenced to four years on the Men's Day Set guilty; on Jan. 11 but failed to Sentenced Harold Dogan breaking a boat owned by Jim- Phone 496-7561
truck theft charge and to three appear Jan. 13 and a warrant Smith 39, Starke, who had my Moore's Sun Sports on Jan. Lake Butler
years In the damage case, with This SundayAt was Issued. Shealey did not pleaded guilty; to charges of 4. Seats In two boats were TFSTUMP'S
t the sentences to run concurrently First appear Jan. II and a warrantfor possession of moonshine still ripped with knives.
t tt BaptistThe his arrest was Issued.
Th. pair pled guilty; to breakIng Both men were brought before -
Judge Patten on Jan. 15.
and entering with Intentto First
Baptist Church of
pleaded guilty and was y
commit petty larceny In the Shealey ;
Starke will observe "Men'sDay" R
Jan. 5 theft of a truck owned on Sunday, Feb. 7, with sentenced Kimberly was to a sentenced 10-year to term five N

James A. Ponder, Director of years In prison.In 60TH'C
I by II.H.! Houston. They also admitted Evangelism, Florida Baptist oilier actions, the Judge:
cutting boat seats and Convention, as special speaker Sentenced Terry Boatwright,
doing other damage to boats at the morning service. \\\\
25, to an Intermlnate term from \\\
\ on Jan. 4 owned by Jimmy six to 18 months after a Jury \
Moore's Sun Sports. The guest speaker has a rich found him guilty of possess-
background of In
experience
I ion of moonshine still equip-
evangelism, conducting more
Judge George L. Patten recommended than 50 youth revivals during &IIIIIYBRS&BY ALE
that the youths be the years 1950-55. He has con- ,
t Used Cars To sent to Appalachee Correctional ducted more than 200 revivalsin MidMonthSessions
Institution or another insti- all, as well as participating
t I tution for persons under 21 In many evangelism con-
years of age. He told the youths ferences and assemblies. lie Cut ftll8W1STPmOSOlTBIJU.R
Select F rom they will be given an oppor- was Home Mission Board evan-
turnlty; to complete their education gelist in Panama during 1960,
t and to learn a trade. and has served Foreign Mis- By County
Jack Edward Eaves 26, Rt. sion Board evangelist In many
t I
I, Box 43A, Starke, was placedon foreign countries.
probation for three year Mr. Ponder is one of the
and adjudication of guilt withheld writers for many Southern Baptist in a move expected Monday,
\ on a charge of aggravated publications, and Is the Bradford County; commissioners -
I 1969 Oldsmobile assault on Johnny Bates on author of a book, "The De- voted to end their mid-
t I Dec. 23.James. votional Life" month meetings In favor of
23,850 Miles One Owner-Extra Lloyd, 24, did not appear returning to only regular first 7 ill I
to be sentenced after Mr Ponder recently began Monday of each month meet
Clean, Loaded. pleading guilty; last plea day his work with Florida Baptists, ings.
to grand larceny In the theft coming here from Illinois, Motion to end the mid-month 1911 I 1971
I of household good owned by where he held a similar post sessions was made by Com-
Don B. Page. Judge Patten issued with the Illinois Baptist Con- missioner Zedra Hamilton.
1968 Pontiac Bonneville an Immediate capias for vention since 1967. He will address Commissioner Ralph Bryan, I
Lloyd's arrest. himself to the responsibilities whose Idea It was to begin
t Full Power and Air. of the laymen In the the mid-month meetings a year &
!life of the church.It ago, pointed out it had been j1&j
f I PrisonerSentenced his hope to schedule regular I
mid-month meetings In place
I 1968 Chevrolet ImpalaFordor On that Is the generally sun will become believed more now meetings.of the many special or called !I

t luminous as time Bas-
goes on. ,
Bryan said the board met
II. T., Fully Equipped One i I Rape ChargeJames ically, It is changing Its hydrogen six times more last year than
Into helium and givingout
Owner. In 1969 but scheduled only two I
energy. But the hydrogen special sessions.

Williams, 24, pled tually available there is will limited not and be enoughfor even- Hamilton's motion was sup Register Noiv For Free Gifts
guilty last week In Union County the radiation Con- ported by Commissioner
I 1968 Chevrolet process. .
f Impala Circuit: Court: to a chargeof sequently, it will consume other George Roberts who suggested -
t I the board the
try once per To Be Given Feb. 6
assault with Intent to com- substances, like helium and lithium month Atvay Saturday,
meetings for while.
Tudor,, II. T., Fully Equipped. mit rape and was sentenced to which will increase Its a
a term of 15 years In the State luminosity and radiation.
Prison by Judge George L. "The sun will turn Into a
Patten. giant red star," according to
1969 Dodge Wagon 1 I The aseaultoccurred last May the British astronomer, "and
18 at the prison community; will be much larger than at
near Ralford when Williams, present. The earth will then /
3 Seats Full Power and Air } BUENnICHYOUIIHOMEWITHTHESPLENDOR 1
,
an Inmate, escaped from work become so hot that all life /ll'lo 1.
One Owner. detail and committed the offense will come to an end."
I against a young Union If the sun does start to raise
County; woman. the temperature on earth It
lie was later charged with would have Incalculable effects
1968 Dodge Wagon rape, a capital crime punish- which might extinguish human OF HHDISERIIAIIEAD) ? StYLJ
able by life Imprisonment or life billions of years before aIn a
death In the electric chair,
the final end-- for example,
Full Power and Air, One Owner.
I and went on trial Monday. the melting of the polar caps #
i
After almost two hours had would flood huge masses of Villa Oak Finish I
been spent picking a Jury, Public what Is now dry land. LAMINATED l'l'If '

t 1968 Chevrolet Pickups ((2)) at i announced Defender that W.C.Williams Alrth wished, Jr. JacksonvilleBusiness PlAS11c TOPS ;.: -,

to withdraw his plea of not Piece!
f fYES I guilty; and enter a plea of guilty U" Every )
1967 Chevrolet Pickup to a lesser charge of assault -
with intent to rape.
The lesser plea was accepted '
t by State Attorney T.E. Dun- '

We Do Have ,, can nounced, and sentence.At Judge. Patten pro- LTF \ .4'11

Some Fords the time of the assault. Directory j t I\Y
Williams had only a few months
_
t remaining on a five-year sentence -
for aggravated assaultIn Auto Sales and Service x -. w tIY"
t I Okeechobee County.; That
1970 Mavericks term was completed In Decem-
((2)) ber and since that time, Williams Parrish Motors
has been held In the
Union County; Jail on the assault ALES
to charge.A .
t I rape SERVICE
trial is scheduled for today -
1968 PARTS
Mustang (Thursday) for Leroy Dil-
lon Jr., 21, and Jimmy E.Long,
24, charged with breaking Into Always Good Vied Con
1967 Mustang ONE OF EACH and entering the premises of Ml Laura St. Ph. 355'5(54 I e e 1++ ,*
t I Thomas Metals Plant last October

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1966 In another case, Judge Patten ELECTRIC: MOTORS

I Mustang sentenced Leo Michael Benales, 4 PIECES .,. .. -. ,. '
a prison Inmate, to ten years PEAVY Brothers .
1 I for escape from Raiford prison DOUBLE DRESSER FRAMED MIRROR
last July 14; and five years Electric Co.,
for an assault on a prison .4 DRAWER CHEST PANEL BED
A1968 transfer officer, C.D. Brannen, Electric MotorsSold

t Ford Wagon ((1)I ) aI escape.In connection The terms with the will same be Serviced RepairedGenerators

Starters Armature
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Inevitable, scientists say. But love the bold massive linos, the antiqued this suite you really get so much in beauty

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policies yet because the endwon't drawer fronts
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and Heater. f billion years or so.
A noted British astronomer 1
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t mass hurtling through space ORGANS
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( second Installment of ple's Mill," which was located "Our train left (Gainesville) er than they, we took a round- t 1' t 1
the diary of Erastus G. Hill juat north of Hampton near at 11 o'clock so we had to about way & crossed stream '
who left Chicago In January the now-defunct community; of hurry to reach It. Got backto 4 bays & through timber.
"FY&
1877 to leek a new home In Thurston. Temple's Mill was Temple's Mills about 1 "Mr. Temple Is a man a- t tp
Florida. After visiting Jack- later moved by Its owner, SImon o'clock found Mr. Low waitIng bout 60 ;years of age who has '
aonville and Fernandlna he arrived J, Temple, to a location for us with two saddle lived In this country for 20 I' '
at Lawtey to find the on the new Fernandina to Cedar horses. Lord took one A he years. He Is a diamond In the ,
"Chicago Colony" already well Key railroad Just north of the other & Mr. Temple 4 rough, possessed of consider
on the way toward establish Starke. While at Temple's Mill. myself concluded that we would able means but no culture, a
ing a thriving town In what Mr. Hill describes a tide visit prefer a buggy. Mr. T had fairly educated man 4 should u
had previously been a pine forest to the "Winter Seat" of a Mr. dinner waiting for us of whichwe Judge, but an odd genius nev a '" 4 ? 'tad <
owned by Capt T.J. Bur.rtn. Low on Sand Lake, believed to took 'quantum sufflclt & ertheless. He Is engaged In ,1 : j ''fr.' 1
After observing the activity be what later became known started through the woods. the lumber business & Is the
; at Lawtey, Mr. Hill continued as Sand Hill Lake, and Is now There Is no regular road & owner of Temples Mills & as
his sight-seeing! with a known as Lowry Lake In the a buggy can be driven through I write can look through the n ,
brief visit to Gainesville, returning Camp Blending reservation.) the woods In every direction. avenue of bananas describedIn +
In a few days to "Tem The diary continues: As we could drive much fast- the Florida New Yorker.It .
was probably true to nature
when taken, but Just now. -
no one would recognize the :
I EDITORIAL I original 1 They are Just commencing :

to leaf out 4 will soon
be as beautiful as ever. ButI
believe I am on my way to
Sand Lake, the 'Winter Seat' :
Permits of Mr. Low.
Building RequiredApparently "The ride Is a very roughone
4 after about an hour we
w ,
reach the spot on which he W"r

some citizens are still placing of a mobile home, to be sure I Is building his house. It Is

unaware that Bradford County's new they are in compliance with all zon- but a peculiar must be plan pleasant, very southern on account

zoning code requires the purchaseof ing regulations.The of being cool, 4 sleepIng M 1

a building permit before construction rooms over the main house 1FtY. r
,
of any kind can proceed in the zoning code was adopted after 4 dining room. The servants > y r >

county.In many years of planning and prepara- all live out of the house 4

tion In the hope that it would be an the Kitchen Is entirely separ
ate. It Is situated In one of *
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recent weeks several instances Instrument of more orderly growthof lovllest spots I ever saw, a- ry YIaYiWai. o 7y

have been brought to the attentionof the county In areas outside of bout 60 feet above a beautiful

the board where structures have municipalities. Although no zoning plan lake. he Is surrounded The family of E.G. Hill, enjoying the shade of an orange tree at their home In Lawtey during the

been started in areas outside of mu- can be worked out to please every- by a chain of lakes & althoughI 1880's. From left: Charles Hill, Mr. Hill, Kate Hill, Helen (Hellle) Hill, and Louis H, HU1, "the first I
dont believe his land would white child born after the arrival of the "Chicago Colony."
the board
without one
nicipalities obtaining the neces- must apply regulations produce anything yet with plenty -
permit. Such action is violationof designed for the of
sary a good the countyas of money It can be made a
the zoning code and makes the a whole rather than for the benefitof delightful spot.

violator subject to penalty. any one Individual or group.In "He claims that It Is particularly was time to start for home, Sunday, Feby 3d a mile away so Lord and I means were provided It couldbe
adapted to the orange for an evenings ride throughthe "Got up this morning rather sat on the porch with the Temple made the Saratoga of the
4 It may be, but the getting woods wouldnt be very plea late for even In this countrythe girls till about 10 o'clock South. One of the most beautiful -
Every person constructing any new order for the zoning code to be to It Is terrible & when Mr. sant. Mr. Low wanted Lordto Sabbath is observed. I was & the 'Old Folks' went to bed lakes I ever saw 9 miles

building making an addition, or movinga effective, It must have the coopera- Temple moves away as he intends stay with him all night, he somewhat disturbed In my rest & left us there. I dldnt tell by 4 with high land all around
mobile home onto a lot must obtain tion of the citizens of the county. to do shortly, having a- had some points to show him, by the niggers In the night & them I was married which particularly adapted to the

a building permit by applicationto Remember this the next time you bout 7000 acres of land near so Mr. Temple & I came home some other things. I realized made It much pleasanter. growth of the orange, Lemon

the Tax Assessor's office In the plan to start construction of any kind Lawtey, his nearest station will with the arrangement that we more fully than ever before the "Monday.-After breakfast pineapple, banana &c, it could
and be Starke, a distance of 10 should visit Klngsley's lake tomorrow force of the saying that Sat which for the first time we took be made a delightful: spot.
county courthouse. Such persons must help protect yourself and your miles. He Is very enthusiastic urday night was niggers night. with the girls, Mr. T beingat "I will write to Mr. Thompson -

also check the zoning of the area, neighbors by applying for a building about It 4 having an unlimited "After getting back I made They kept up a shouting and the mill, we went over to & see If he wouldnt like
where they plan construction or the permit at the courthouse. anount of money will no doubt the acquaintance of 2 of Mr. holowtng tit I went to sleep. the mill which Is the old man's to enter Into the scheme.There

make a beautiful place of It, Temples daughters who were "ThIs morning there are Indications pet & watched them cut lumber future In It for someone.
Is
but it would never do for a educated at Wilmington, Del. of rain, but after till train time & after biddingthe a
be which
poor man. He has had a terri- & found them both very Intelligent breakfast Mr. T has the horse family goodbye & being No land can bought than 20
less
I ble time getting lumber hauled & good looking. Besides geared up we wait expec- assured by Mr. T that we should Is desirable for
uti-Smut ProtectionThanks 30$ acre & It Is about
4 says it has cost him 1/4 they had traveled a good tantly for Low & Lord & we be welcome whenever we came to per but
the
from depot
of his expense of building, deal & seemed well informedon continued to wait all day for again,, we are off. Our next 5 miles
drawing stuff from Temples. any subject of conversa- they dldnt put In an appear- stopping place Is at Waldo & when people once get there
to a new law, which went which Includes his name and address. I presume he will put a road tion. Although Mr. Temple is ance till 4 o'clock which madeIt we stop at the Waldo House they will never want to leave.

into effect Monday, your local post The form says the Individual does through to the nearest xenon a rich man he hasn't a car- too late to go to Kingsley kept by Mrs. Dirge, a widow Gen. Earle has a very plea-Pa-

office-- requested-- will put your not want to "sexually oriented", for his own use. lie has pet In his house no paint or Lake I made it quite plea- from Charleston who with her radise'sant place business but the 'Earthly I failed to
n't a neighbor 6 miles plaster & his house tent sant however with the Misses mother make things very home-
name on an anti-smut list designed advertisements from any source.A nearer even see yet. I have no doubt It
Temple would have writ-
like, more so than placeI
few miserable boarded Inside. Tls any
except a crackers up a large
to give blanket protection from receiving would be much pleasanter later -
tent some letters If I had had have In Florida.
& says Ms only fear is 2 story house with 9 or 10 seen
"sexually-oriented mail" list will then be compiled and that he may get lonesome & rooms & he says cost him the writing materials. "As soon as dinner, we gota In the season for I have-
offered for sale to the peddlers of his wife wish to return to about 500$. It would be considered "When Mr. T. leaves here conveyance & went out to see n't found Florida this to be a land of

The new law offers broader protection pornography so they will know who Washington society.; His plans a fine house in Flo he will take the station with Santa Fe lake. We had lettersto of the flowers at than season Illinois.

than a 1968 act under whicl NOT to send their material to. If are magnificent & If carriedout rida. He has 6 daughters & Mm & his new place which will Gen Earle & Mr. Ewing Orange year anymore trees live oaks and
will give his the lovllest I son, 2 daughters dead. He be 4 miles from Lawtey. lie who both live on the shore
a citizen could object to a specific they send an advertisement to other evergreens to be sure
some- place In Florida.Mr. wants to sell his place here Intends building a good house of the lake but neither were
mailing piece, but not to all typesof one whose name has been on the list Astor who Is now at & will sell his house & 80 4 improving from 20 to 40 at home. But we saw Mr. Klee, remain In foliage but everything

mail he regarded as offensive. for 30 days they will face severe Jacksonville will visit him next acres of land for 800($. Tie acres of land & make a per- who is the proprietor & pro- &else the dies face off of the In the winter
country
criminal and civil penalties.The week & he proposes to give hima very low and wet about here, manent home of It He offers jector of the 'Balmoral Hotel' other
The new law says a sex-oriented deer hunt & try & Induce however, & he was obliged to to sell me all the land I want a scheme which Is In Status of Is the as States bare as" any part
, him to make an investment ditch for 1/2 mile before he & take my choice of $1 per Quo on account of lack funds
advertisement which
is depicts
one in the vicinity.; He will) havea could build his house & when acre. I think I shall look at It Is a magnificent site & if the (To Be Continued)
in actual or simulated form, postal service will charge smut sail boat for his own use he leaves here & the station It & take a piece anyhow for
, or explicitely describes in a pre- peddlers $5,000 for the list, and it & as the lakes are filled with removed It will be 4 miles Katie even if I dont want to
dominantly sexual context human genItalia will be mailed out(revised)each month. excellent fish & the woods a- from a station. It would I stay there myself at present.He 'Fli:: +:rrwv'::: ::: ::'rS:::<:vfistiti2:::::: ::::::::'r::::::{::atiiti::::::: .::}:::::::{:s':':':':::

any act of natural or unnatural The penalty for violating the law Is live with game he can enjoy think be a good opening for a will clear It of timber so It's a woman's Hy :Martha Sue :McCain 1:1:
that that will be
sexual to $5,000 fine or to five life if he dont make a cent. colony, but for an Individual expense unnecessary -
up
intercourse act of sadismor up yearsIn
any I EttenMon ::
think It Is a rare County :
rather Went
It certainly would make a delightful rough. to bed a-
masochism or any other erotic prison. winter resort. bout 10 o'clock & had the best chance provided the land Is all tDffffJlWhen !![ Home Economics Agent 1:;

subject directly related to the foregoing "We stayed about admired room in the house, very comfortable right. :::
." With the new law finally in effect, the beautiful views to be had but exceedingly prim "We did intend to go Darky
there is no need for anyone to receive from different points until It itive. Church but found It was over
we had our tasting treats NEW APPIIWTEINFORM
Any person wanting his or her name pornographic advertising in the with the Homemakers Clubsin : : \TION

on the "objector list" must go to mall except those who wish to receive November we had many good

the post office and fill out a form it. dishes I will be sharing with Many new appliances come
I FarmersWe DiaryThe you from time to time. equipped with a threeprongplug
One that really went over which provides a built-in
big was the PEANUT BUTTER: grounding wire !Never remove

I Catch 'Em RedHanded- PIE MygJ.G Caldwell brought. the third prong t'se an adapter -

PEANUT BUTTER PIE If your outlets aren'tequipped
had another cold spell trouble with home gardening 1 baked pie shell. 1 cup pow- for this type; of plug.

Some U.S. cities are gaining national > pects nothing and thus does not run last week and while It wasn'tas Is that It spoils you dered sugar 1/2 cup peanut Sometimes we need to have
this forever so far as fresh veg- the wiring checked and
attention for their successful]I away. A light flashes on at police bad as earlier freezes butter 1/4 cup cornstarch, 2/3 updated -
season it was bad enough as etables are concerned. Once In order to handle the new
experiments In methods of catching!!: headquarters and the officers try tone the temperature went down in you've tasted sweet corn, peas, 2 cup sugar scalded 1/2 teaspoon milk 3 salt, as well as number of appliances -

a thief "red-handed." Police In o i sneak up on the burglar without scar- the low 20s. However, It did beans tomatoes or any other yolks cups, beaten, 2 tablespoon! butter egg we are using dally and

Iowa city have caught 40 burglars ir i Ing him away. Often they are suc- not last long and a few days vegetable fresh from the garden 1/4 teaspoon vanilla, 3 on special occasions.
later the sun warmed things you'll never be satislfled We really need to take care
the act during the last 18 months-> cessful. egg whites for meringue.
UP and we had our usual good with anything less. And It makesup Combine powdered and of our appliances and that does
more than in the previous four years climate again. By Sam McGarvey for all the work bother and sugar Include the cord. A general
peanut butter. Blend until the
They operate on the philosophy that nuisance of battling weeds, bugs of biscuit mix. safety tip that works for old

Though on a much smaller scale,i, catching a burglar is more Important and bunnies Spread appearance half of this mixtureon and new appliances: When you
Starke has also had instances duringthe ; than stopping the burglarly attempt. It anyone started., as we don't know how .S. pie shell. Combine corn- are connecting It, plug (lie, cord

past year where law enforcement t t Some of the berry plantings starch sugar salt; add scald- Into the appliance first If it
we've seen lately did not seemto S. ed milk and mix well. Pour Is detachable. He sure the appliance
officers have been able to catch Intruders Details of how the system works will
be In good condition, but at For the most part farmers Is turned off before
inside of a building beforethey i I not be disclosed here, since therei least one grower, Harold Norman have quit having kitchen gardens yolks small, amount mix well over, then beaten return egg you plug Into the outlet. When

could escape. This was i I is no use letting the would-be Intruders reported that his plantsare ber Belnr Is a School Board position mfrn- as they have to devote to milk mixture. disconnecting the cord, first
complicated
a
possible by the new type of burglar In on the secret. But several coming along fine. "Theyare today and two of the Bradford full time to specialized crops, Cook in top of double butler turn the appliance off then remove -
alarm which is linked directly to police -' businesses In Starke have already Installed about as pretty as any that County members took advantage but If you'll look around Starke until mixture thickens. Add but cord from the outlet and
and vicinity for instance you'llsee last
cord
He unplug from the
he said.
I've ever seen, ap
and vanilla then into
headquarters.The the systems, and several burg- said also that his olantirw of an opportunity; last week hundreds of little gardensput ter ; pour pliance.

laries have been nipped in the bud of collards Is growing off very and attended a "school" for In by people who were raisedon prepared meringue pie made shell.from Top 3 beatne with This method prevents any

new system employs no signs, because of the new type; alarms. slowly. He replanted after the members in Tallahassee. They a farm and who Illustratethe whites. Sprinkle remain- chance of having a hot wire
egg
such as those often used warning the i first freeze of the season wiped were chairman Rodney and Hall, new board old saying that "you can der of peanut butter mixture lying around where It might
of theare.ns. new member take a boy out of the country, get shorted by water In the
out a large planting
intruder that the building Is "bugged. If would like better protectionfor
you Johnny Blaine Thompson but you can't take the countryout over meringue. Bake 325 degrees kitchen or bathroom. Also,
When one of the new type; alarmsis your home or business, more of a boy." 1-. until meringue Is plugging In at the appliancemay

tripped, there is no clanging bell complete Information may be obtained brown. damage Ute socket.

or anything else to warn the burglarthat from the Sheriffs office or Starke
Young George Patten Is hav-
he has been detected. He Police Department. },
sus-
Along with many others, we
ing the time of his life nowa- ,
are happy tocongratulate Harry days up In Washington as an F :' {
Green on receiving a special administrative aide to Sen.
award at the Chamber of Commerce "Walking Lawton" CMles. In I
banquet last week,forMs that capacity he will be closeto
\ part In establishing the the members of one of the
Bradford County Volunteer Fire most powerful political units

The /?." --\t & Department and for his service In the world the US. Sen Civitans"Burn
Bradford
County in getting the organization in ate. So Starke and Bradford
as J
TELECRApHES'J'AJJLISJD t. lll full operation. And Harry is County have a "representative"In a, se atel

,. ........ only one of the many civic- high places now. Old
minded citizens who have
): 1879 / worked unselfishly to provide .
from \ -; fire protection for Lawtey, CampaignSigns

'ffh'Bib(7( Kings ley Lake, Hampton, and With spring Just a few dtit.r

Brooke, as well as the areas weeks off a lot of people will

Mc lFLORI a Be not deceived; God Is not surrounding those communites. be getting the planting fever '

mocked : for whatsoever a and poring over seed catac logs. vt laM
A :' ESS Just glancing at me
man !soweth that shall he also
Illustrations in those books Is t
reap.-(fialatlans 68.) r
mrON enough to get anyone startedon
ASS.
$ Each of us who has grownto The need for such organizations a home garden, in spite of
\ maturity knows only too was well demonstratedlast previous failures. We got a r.
well that the bad things we Friday afternoon when a kick out of a comment made
have thought and done live on,
E. MATTHEWS, Edltor-FubUsfae if only in our dreams, to haunt :I In an area on US-301 Just south catalogs should also )list some
of the enemies 91 the home Starke Civitan members have "The campaign may not have "
CIv-
and But likewise 'of the Bradford Furniture Com quently In the news, one
iPnbtldied each Thursday and entered a* Second plague us. J pany. Incidentally, two county; gardener, and show picturestoo their own Ideas about "beau- been 100 per cent successful Itan remarked.
Plus Matter a the FM Office at Starke. Florida the good things we thin! and residents were fined in county of the hungry varmintsthat tifying America"by taking down but citizens are spared lookIng At their meeting last week,
r0& of March 3rd 1819. do live on to bless us-sometimes ;court last week for burning are lurking around wait- old political posters that have at some names that have club members heard George

Subscription In trade area 1 year, 15.00; Outside in unexpected ways 1 trash( during the drought emer- ing for a feast on young corn, been "decorating" trees and long since vanished Into obscurity Pierce speak on the Jury system -
!rata area: 1 year, S5.S9 when we most need comfort.ing j gency. This Is not to Infer that tender beans, or what have I light poles throughout the coun- as well as winners Its Inception and how Juries
I the fire last week was set by you. ty long after election day. whose names will pop up fre- are selected

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CITIZENS SAVE
4?
I v. "
Lc
1

It was that time agatn.Forty- '
six member> and guests of the ,

Citizen Bradford Club County enjoyed a Senior hearty L 1ThMaie.
lunch at the Holiday Inn on Jan. t 1
26. This as In the past has beon I I
our custom of getting together
In recognition of our newly e- .
lected Executive Board which
will steer,the Club throughout
1971. Carl and Ada Hoist helped
In thin successful event as they
were In constant touch with!Mr. t
Crawford, manager of tho 11011- LL LIMA BlAKS
day Inn., We wish to offer a )
vote of thanks to Mr. Crawford
and Mrs.Carter for their considerations
'and good service.
It was wonderful to see our olveerN9TAMP
women members looking so well
with shampoos, halrsets, hair- a
cut, tweezed eyebrows and 5T
manicures. This service was
given free by the students of
the Cosmotology Class at the
Vo-Tech Center under the dir-
ection of Mrs. Orle Hutchtns.
Even one male member not a
free haircut! Our members
were very pleased with the results -
of' their beauty sessionon
Jan. 25 which Included re- \ '
freshments and wish to thank
the studpnt* fnr their rood work -,
namely;VondaStephane,Loretta 1 (
Morgan, Naomi Klley! roulette //-T- \w
Arnold, David A. Douglas if j \
Jennel Depal Barbara Coleman -
Fay I King, and Instructor
One Hutching! We wish them
all success In business and after / I.. ') I
graduation.
Visitors to our luncheon were
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts of Bedford -
Lake. It was very good to
see most of our members pre-
sent as many of them had been
laid up with various Illnesses.We 4 /
missed Jessie Rowden, Helen L 1
McManus and Everett /
Prescott who, we hear, Is progressing %
favorably. Gene nay-
burn, his wife, Georgia, and \
Randall,Davis represented tho a.14L p i\
Recreation Dept. Gene gave us A
a little' talk and lots of en-
couragement.After .
lunch, we went to the SAVE SL .THRIFTY MAID SAVE ar BUSH WHITE!

bv Bee.Perle Hall,Tliurston played a sang game songs led Cut Beets AD 1 DC Golden Hominy ''As' lOe .J Prices Good Thurs. Feb. 4 thru Sat. Feb. 6

and had our usual stint of 11 tn- SAVE 3< TYKES KLEENEX W%'"" CAN YOU DO WITH A DIME THESE DAYS MAKE A PHONE CALL, FEED A PARKINGPotted
.go. All In all, we had a great .. 70 CT
'
.y i ,.time. .Very good use was madeof Meat 1OC Facial Tissue .JUNIORS IO METER? LOOK WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH A DIME AT WINN-DIXIE. JUST A DIME FOR SOUP, CATSUP,
the "camera which was so
thoughtfully given to me as a SWEETHEART DEODORANT SAVE 3e ARROW CANNED VEGETABLES. SUDDENLY A DIME BUYS MORE AT WINN/ -DIXIE'S/ / lOc SALE WHY PAY
Christmas present by the mem 14" MORE ?
bers. Bath Soap BAR 1OC Cleanser . CAN 1 Oc
On the Legislative front, wo
are very pleased to see that SLICK SAVE 3c THRIFTY MAID GREAT NORTHERN OR ASTOR ALL GRINDS 1 C D If..ofChoic.wth5r.SDorme.purcho.E.dudmgCgor. .R .

preflled Hep. Carl a bill Ogden on(D Homestead) Jax has Dog Food ''VAN"' 1OC Pinto Beans .CAN 30!. lOe -- '-

Exemption for Senior Citizens.It CLICK SAVE 30 .THRIFTY MAIDBlackeye ;: /

strengthened Is hoped that and this given Bill the can sup be Cat Food. I cV; lOeSAVfcScfPWHI Peas .CAN""' 90 -;'. n a ,
port needed to place it in the COFFEElimit I
Statutes of I-la. in 1071.This Is a lFIY MAID' SLICED&CRUSHEDPineapple SAVEJc 1
senior citizen state and will ; 'i\ ,
cklsPpper '
SCAN IOeSAVWle 1QC (
'
continue to be. Even In event of . CAN r.. q t ;
a recession or depression in the I \
.. THRIFTY MAID ARROW J t tv J T'
future, social security pensions -
will be paid which would Pork & Beans ''AN;; 1OC Dinner Napkins PRO' 10c \h. S J'' SAVE 24c j
stave off any serious attack In tiLLL
the economy of Florida. LIBBY SAVE 3c BRILLO i
Our next meeting will be Feb. Sauer Kraut( GLASS 1OC Pads. :iJ' IOc 1-18.
9 which will celebrate Valentines' L: Soap .
Day. A game will be MAXWELL HOUSE ALL GRINDS CAN
played during which the King SAVE 3c SHOWBOAT SAVE 3r DIAMOND POCNET

and crowned Queen and of love Hearts songs will will be Spaghetti. '.-AN 1O Safety Matches PKG. 1O 4 COFFEE

be sung. So come along on
Feb. 9, Tues. at I p.m. and be
with us In this congenial at- 79c
mosphere.Joe .
Kerrigan
L a & 1 I

V '
,

DR. D. W. WHIFFEN

OPTOMETRIST / ,Th iMeid I TtiriM9
Announces he is now In
his new (offices.
wEAM3
Located At

:JOT s. Walnut Street REN BOuonlJy TOMATOES
Phone 961-6311
Starke. Fla.






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CRACKIN'GOOD ANIMAL CRACKERS & PLAIN&IODIZIOAstor DAWN FRESH SAUCE LADY TABOR

Sugar Wafers PKG. lOc Salt . 'BOX10C:; : Mushroom .5'CAN'. lOc Velvet Yams I'Cw_-10.. ,

THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS PLANTERS THRIFTY MAID AB -

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HAMPTON


By Mm D. a. BUI

I' ..

1 :21i 1- 1 + 1 RECREATION BOARD

1 yr- 1 "The Hampton Recreation
Board needs the support of the
community; there are many
eiIUELLER areas of recreation that can
/ be brought Into !the commun--
S i1 ity; If people show an interest -
Th
,"
MaELeows
: :*
This was the plea for help
from the Board after their
meeting Monday Jan. 25 to
RSOUP make plans for the coming
year.
"Community; cooperation can
:1 mean recreation for people of
all ages. Plans are being made
now to Include the "older gen-
tJ4k. eration as well as the young"
they said.
_
4J\ Practice for the Little League
baseball \team will begin this
_________ month under the supervision of
Bill Stone. Additional adult
sponsors and players for the
league should contact Mr.Stoneor
Harold Waters.
Present for the meeting at
the Waters' home were Mr.
and Mrs. Stone Mrs. Dean
SUnson. Mrs. Alberta Dell and
Mr. and Mrs. Waters. Board
members, Mrs. Debris Meng
SAVE Ar and Mrs. Margaret Crawford
were unable to attend.
Anyone, Interested In helping
may call Mr. Waters, 468-
1168 or contact any, of the
/ Board members.

CASEY MEETS WITH PTA
/ County; School Supt. Tom Casey -
spoke to members) of!Hamp-
ton Elementary PTA Tuesday
evening Jan. 26, about the stat-
us of schools in the county; ,
S and discussing the summerprogram -
and full-year school.
The PTA had given $500 to
the school for teaching supplies
and playground equipment
__ and a list of what the
money was spent for was pre-
sented to the group. The ladder-
type; playground equipment was
the largest purchase.
F Lights for the front grounds
OD STOa S STAMPS of the building to use when
there is a PTA meeting or
evening program at the school,
were approved at the meeting.
.
-
:<<;' ,., >!} SAVE 6Oe Good Thurs. Feb. thru They will be put on a switch,
l ( : ;. Prices 4 Sat. Feb. 6 and not left on continually with
the other lighting.A .
new plan of giving $5 to

I } : : ; R 'A ( W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE WHOLE NEW YORK STRIP ((16-20 LB. AVG. ) the room present with was the most Initiated parents ,

Y with Mrs. Earselene Zimmer
., man's Intermediate class win-
j ning for that meeting.

p.:' ',,\ ".- .,, -' MRS. BRYANT DIES

r. ......-.;;; ,. STEAKS Ty Mrs. Florence Bryant, a for-
'"
/A1 mer Hampton resident, died
Monday Jan. 25. Funeral services -
.. .. were held Wednesday In
. I 4 .k'I'_ <,',' '":tA Wiliiston where they had mado
'. .. their homo since
.. ', moving from
_
__ .J"I. '.
Hampton several
/ years
ago.
-.. -. .
---'-- -" ( Mrs.
'li' Bryant, who was 70, Is
survived by her husband A.:M.
r 5)) "SAVE 60e PER LB." "CUT AND WRAPPED FREE!" Sr.; a daughter Mrs. Florence/
A 2 ; Nolan; of :MoAlpin/ two sons
A.M. Jr.. and llomrr, both of
1 Gainesville; a brother I Fred
\\ / Blount of I Ft. :Mjors and eight
: grandchildren.
n' ui i', 59

/ CH C BAKING POTATOES. 10 FOR PERSONALSMrs.
"
1 -_ Kill Hill of Gainesvilleand
:Mrs. Lois Hughes of Ocala
-- spent Thursday here with their
sister, Mrs. V.J Slade.
Mr. and :Mrs. Don 11111 drove
to St. Petersburg last weekendto
visit Debbie Hill and she
returned home until Tuesday,,
1a 1 during a school holiday. They
visited Wendy Hill In Orlando,
and Mrs. I.V. HIpe/ in Pomona
pHom Park.
:Mr. and :Mrs. W.D. Carterand
:Mrs. William Carter and
Lisa visited relatives In Day-
tona Beach Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hall
and Jerry Hall of Atlanta, Ga.,
S. and Mr. and Mrs. K.O. Cope-
a. land of Valdosta Ga. spent
1jI several days here last week

I A S with :'ofr, and Mrs... Lynn Hall.In .

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Shalt Not Steal" day School at 11, Guest 9:4S; Speaker Morning Worship Hev.- t "f, ; ifg.1t "Ift//f l1d'! W@ (f/jl( ::.t'i7d.ili(1 '
against .
stealing The commnndmcnt is so simple and easIly James Evangelism Ponder Florida Director Baptist of of Starke. Ada died B. Alexander Sunday In the 91, ,.. ,''i..<..,.,".'.{,. ., .. .' ,' ,,:.,J.f'y.,". .>N>" '>'Nj .J; -J-J.y :

understood, but the actual ,
Convention; Training Union Bradford County HospitaF' after -"': :
In our business :.: --
performance She born --
6:13: ; Evening Worship 7:30.: a long Illness. was ---
lives can be very complicated. Sermon: "Jephta Keeps Ills In Columbia County on April

Vow". 12, 1879 and was the widow of
A heavily financed company MondayTrustees Meeting the late William Barnes Alex- CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
moved Into a smnll Midwestern 5:30 Youth Choir 7; Lottie ander. She was a member of CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY .. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
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city and established ono of Moon; Croup 7:30.: the First Baptist Church. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. CHUHLH OF CHRIST Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morn-
series of food stores. By Morning Worship 11 301 North behind Tas- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH tag Worship 11 Youth
a TuesdayHelen Matters Surviving Is one daughter a.m. Youth Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.;! a.m.
the simple action of cuttingthe of Service 6 tee Frees Drive In Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morn- Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice
Evening
Croup 9:30: a.m. at the church; Miss Wilma Alexander p.m. .Worship Morning Worship and Communion -'
of vegetables by one 7 School. 10 a.m. Worship Service -trig Worship II a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8
price Ida Darby Group, at the homeof Starke; and a sister Mrs. C. p.m. Service II a.m. Evening p.m.
cent they attracted a considerable Mrs. WB. Johnson Kalford; O. Dupuls Alachua. Thursday night Prayer Meet- II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer vices 6.Wednesday. Worship( 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev Robert D. Burch
Meeting 7:30
bit of trade that had Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes : p.m. Wednesday.Rev. .
services held Ing 7:30: p.m. servlct
Lorena Epperson: Croup at the Funeral were Worship J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
gone to the home-town grocer. 3 Tuesday In the FlntDapll.t Ivy Luke. Pastor Minister Jack P. Bell.,
homo of Mrs. Ben Baker at 3 P.m. day.Leroy Olive E.t.CrlfOs 7 p.m. Highway S-IOO A, Starke (Criffls -
The housewives said. "But! we Choir Clrls In Church with Rev. W, pastor
p.m.Junior ).
; MORGAN ROAD Loop
CHAPEL
sentiment to standIn associate pastor
cannot allow Girls officiating. Interment SMYRNA MISSIONARY
Acteens. A. Hogan
Action, 3:30: ; Sunday9:45 Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning
the way of! beans.of saving" one centon In Action, 4:15; Ethel Biggs was In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith BAPTIST CHURCH DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH UAMEXOH.CUKISTIAN: CHURCH f 1 School 11 a.m.: Morn a.m. Sunday Wor Worship at 11. Training Union
a can of Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 633 W. Pratt St.
One day the home-owned gro- Group at the home Sunday services BROOKER Sunday School( 10 a.m. Morning ship 6 p.m. Training Union 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:3f:
cer's cans were filled to the C.A. Knight; Brownlee Group Home In charge : Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Worship 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. Evening Worship.Wednelday. Mid-week Prayer Meeting Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Tyler Preaching. II a.m. Training Worship, -James Shaw 7:30. Rev. Don R
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brim while' the brand from the Union, 5:45: ship Services II a.m. and 7 pas 7:30 Prayer Ser
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship
Jones -
P.m. tor. Pastor
Drawdy
other store were not. The label WednesdayFamily Night 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. 'p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.Rev. .- vices.Rev.
on the big store's cans said Supper, 6 p.m., Prayer Mooting -Wilbur Dyess, pastor Lacy Cw.-ray: pastor. Bob Cooper Pasta KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
there was less In the can, Tea Sunday School 9:30 Training
; II.A, Meeting 6:30; BROOKER BAPflST : ;
but the were the same CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH
cans
Union 10:15
Morning Worship
chers and Officers Meeting, BROOKER AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ajn.; -
size. Through this we can see OF PROPHECY BROOKER 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. FLA.
11
Evening
Church Choir Practice, a.m.; Worship
7:15: Rev. Jim Sunday School 9:45
; Temple a.m.
In wide .r 10 Worship pastor, oun- ;
a a.m.
that honesty comes School
10 MornIng Sunday
Sunday School am. 7:30
Prayer Meeting 7:30
: p.m. :
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8:15.
: day School 10 Ron Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Eve-
a.m. Bristol
and 7:30 -
variety of patterns. H Peo IS-rvlces. 11 a.m. : p.m.
ThursdayVisitation, 7 p.m Worship am.Young ; Wednesday
ning Worship 7p.m. Wed. Prayer
Superintendent.
Another example Is the secretary Kldd pastor. Training ; -
i-Rev. Y.W.
FridayAdult D, Sunday ple's Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic Pastor Rev Robert West
of office worker who Union 6:45: : p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study 7p.m.
7 Wednesday
School Department Valentine Service p.m. las, Director. Worship Study on Book of Psalms.
Services
coffee break
his by
overstays at the home of Mr Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Party 11
In he GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw G.F.. "Prevatt, pastor Everyone
ten minutes. doing so & Mrs Carl Hunt, 7 p.m. Come and worship with us. music Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
director.
steals one-sixth of an hour SaturdayYouth, Valentine Rev.. Bobby Harris pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m. Training
from his employer and at $2 Banquet, at the church Theme: .r-. Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
per hour that amounts to $78 Years" 7p.m. r+ 8 p.m. Wednesday night
Wonderful service
"Those ,
GREATER BETHLEHEM P.m.Rev. HEILBRONN B pmT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
per year. Thousands of people John Ross pastor. 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.
who wouldn't steal a dime FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCI CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker, pastor.
from an employer steal thirty -W.A. Hogan Pastor. Sunday School 9:45: a.m Morning 9:45: : a.m. Morning Worship 10:45:
cents worth of time each day Cor! Ash & Chestnut. Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
never think anything of it. School 9:30: ; Morning Worship Highway 125, Northwest Law- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting Sunday 6:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
If we are Interested In strict There li doubt as to whether U; Luague 4 p.m. Nlghf' Service ey, Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morn- Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: P.m. ing Worship, II. Training Union
accuracy, we must admit that some frequently prescribed It 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ng Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor -J.C. Brown minister 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.

the comittndmont: "thou shalt drugs( really do any food. ; Wstor. Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
not steal" is capable of wide Maybe not. but the colors certalnly > Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.Rev.. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
application.J. brighten. the sick \lbert Knight, pastor
up FIRST UNITED METHODIST LATTER DAY SAINTS PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
C, Brown Jr., Minister room. (HOPie 13APTlST.CllURCHOllghwllY
Church STARKE 1404 E, Bessent Road 100 Sunday School 10 Morn
First Christian at Theressa) a.m.
LAURA BAPTIST CHtJRCH;
EvangelistTo Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Sunday School- am., Morn- ing Worship, II a.m. Pre-
- - -- - --- Worship U Junior Sunday School 9:45: a.m.j: Sunday School 10 Sacra-
-- --- - --- ; and Senior ajn. Ing Worship- a.m. Training Services (Booster Band Young
Preach At MYF groups, 6 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 .......,; Eve- ment, 6 P.m. Union6:30 p.m.; Evening; .Worship People and Prayer Service),
: You're Invited WednesdayYouth Choir Re.hearsal king Worship. 7:30 pin.', MidWeek MondayMia 7:30 p.m. 7:15: p.m.Wednesday p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m
I p Church Of God 7pm. Prayer Meeting. / Bible Study Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary 4:30: pjn. Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Service Wednesday
I 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, 7:30: pjn. WednesdayRelief Society, vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30: pjn. Rev. John Strickland
To A II 7:4:1.: : Be In church Sunday. 7:30 p.m. Packham pastor Pastor
$, II I Rev Paul R. Walker will conduct Rev. W. B, Mercer pastorweesae Jesse D. Branson, Branch..
services at the Church of -DeWitt T. Faratv' lr. President.
I I God, 422 N. St. Clair Street ,. -- ---S-S S S -, -- -- - -- ---- -- -
beginning Sunday Feb. 7, LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL .
Gospel Meeting through Sunday Feb. 14, according HOLINESS CHURCH <<,1..0' ,
to Y.W. Kldd, pastor Sunday school 9:45: : a.m.Mor- -
I
ning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
With Since Rev. Walker's youth as Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship DOOR
a cowboy In the Dakota Terri- 7 p.m.Saturday.
tory and his decision to preachthe Prayer Meeting 7:30:
: gospel evangelist has accumulated I OPENERS = I
Colin Williamson an Impressive list p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey pas* i

of achievements, according to 1 1r

Rev. Kldd.Rev. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 1
7:30 Each Evening I CHURCH Keys and churches are door openers. In both c

Walker Is The youngestmm Sunday Morning Worship 9:45 I
: ; case, each require you to put forth some effort.\
ever elected to the executive Sunday School, 11. Sunday Evening e
council of the church and Worship 6 p.m. Training The key you must insert in the lock and turn I
FEB. 7 FEB. 14
the youngest to be appointed as Union. 7:30. '
: Our Lord made the way to heaven even easier, I
I state overseerer a position ThursdayTeachers and Officers -
I he held for 36 years with over Meeting 6:30.: Prayer 1 for all that you have to do U present yourself I
I 70 churches established Rh.I Meeting 7:30.Edward: .
1 and believe.
SOUTHSIDE Kldd says. C. Harvey pastor.
I I t "Fur /hy peace are ye .o..d. thiouyh faith; and
I
1 I In more than five decades qf ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ,j' Hint not' of younwlrii/ /' : it h; the gift of God:
service Dr.' Walker has been STARKE _
CHURCH t ,
I CHURCH OF CHRIST'i I evangelist, overseer executive Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd I .v., of works lent any man/ should boast: For/

missions secretary assistant -, Ii, "ire are hit icorkmamhip, created in Christ! _
I i I general overseer a Pray-r r.
3 Miles South Of Starke On I I member of the World Advisory t ,' JtKH unfitand ''I'o/'b./ irln'rli, Cod hath, btforrordaiiiftl / I II

301 Board president of the World I ad+ that' "re should, lI'alk1/, them, ,." __
Highway ]I Pentecostal Fellowship and
founder and twice president of PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL I a. =
I the North West Bible College. METHODIST CHURCH c>rnu I
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Sunday School 10 a.m. r
Worship H a.m. Youth Ser-
9.
vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship j" =

7:30 Meeting p.m. Tuesday 7:30: p.m.night Prayer 1: ,V i r'r V I

Rev. Neal Starling pastor t4 ..tOIlt'E

e. bwA .N a.ds .....- NM ..... 'f -
Bargain AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH t _, r. w.w.. .ew. ''''-'' .. 1Iir..... .V. =
Sunday School 10a.m.;Morning L7l I 1.w..1 n lilt awd,hr... .s ny.IMn ... f. =
Worship 11 a.m.; Evening I: ., ar u m ., .asI ,...|-. WltkMIImriM rsA,
Worship 7 pjn.; Wed. Prayer I 11II......... 101 .e.. ) .. _III' ; .
counter Meeting and Bible Study, \ m 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meeting J W r" IM""e." M1IdM1.aMA I. rn 1
Monday, 7 p.m. .. ... ..
every .) -, Nee '7I .of. m" aft
C.F. Prevail pastor. Everyone i \. 8 -."..,...,...l <.M....<-, .-. ;Jt = 1
Welcome KM OwNk IM Ikt Mkl il nw' ..N.. 01!him.MM t _

(Electric: rates have gene t I V .. 1M .aw. I-. .....,.. ,a.. -". ,V'4t == 1 1I

CATHOLIC t 9 ""./ ,... ......,. ......... 1M ,..,..-,10 i I
down eleven times since 1957 ST EDWARD'S
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electric is how little it CHURCH STARKE _'I.... ... ......,..... If.", IttIk_ \ _
In one sense, your electric meter is a serves you Father James Cregan pastor
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M Ma N.ele.x
gateway Through it, electric power costs. The average price paid per Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday i N iM ::::::
brings into jour home dozens of kilowatt hour by FPL-served Mass 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass, i.I /

comforts and conveniences from air families today is one-third less than 7 pjn. I L it1 Z'rst7: : ::.. -_ I

conditioning: through automatic it was in 1957. Isn't that a pleasant Confessions Saturday e I II

dishu ashing. surprise in these days of fastrisingAnd p.m.School of Religion: ,
almost as remarkable as the prices? 1
of in which flameless \4J. Grade School-- Sunday Uajn. .. ____ _.-.: __ ____-_ ________________ t
variety ways to 12 noon. .
"J' p.. High School-- Wednesday 7

to 8 .
"aaa' + tow.o "OH' CU..ANY p.m.ST
?an.a.un.nouaRrr13 STARKE466"
MARY'S CATHOLIC LORIDA II
CHURCH.MACCLENNY SERVICE ,
Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy &

Day Mass, 5:30: n.m. .': ,:> EST OHTROL Bill Edwards Tire Tru-ing- Ph. 964.7231


MADISON STREET \.... 7 Headlight Adjusting
BAPTIST CHURCH tO.
Brake Service

Opportunities of Service: Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
#' q4 Sunday School, 9:45: : Morning Wheel Balance and

Worship at1\ ; TrainingUnion 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment
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6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle -
7:15: ; Evening Worship, 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
9. 4 Y
7:30.Monday: Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and EEltlmf"
Youth
Choir Practice AH Minor Repairs

7 p.m.Tuesday *10 S. Temple Starke
33 77 r h Mission Friends 617 .N. Temple Ave. Starke
Girls In Action, Acteens 3:30:, ;
,a.K RA's 6 p.m.Wednesday.
t L 0 rr A 7'r, M d;y f frQ 1 Prayer Meeting.
''I 7:30; Church Choir Practice STARKE BUILDER EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD
+ Deacons Meeting. 8:30: p.m.

u Denton Sum rail, pastor. SUPPLIES, Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
text oes tact u
w.axl-urw wnrn, +fa J dt
2 Oct 240i 3w '3 510C961016ty h 7.2OW4 CHURCH OF GOD Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Yonr

i I "' ;I L.; 422 N. St. Chair St. Starke Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems

5C82 i45 Sunday ,,School 10 a.m. EdwardsU.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sun and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Abstracts

5 3 O I.992 day Evening 7 p.m. Youth S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
Night Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. "Check With Us First"

ii: I II Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: PHONE 964.5312 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881

pjn.Y.W.. Kldd Pastor 219'Wuhln.ton-- St. 964-5270.- '


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J T n Two Arrested On Drug Charges ;


( KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : MELROSE ]


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I Keystone 1 Hilites Indian Varsity And JV's Inquest Set from A man Tampa and a were woman arrested both Gerrell E. Murrhe, Jr., 28, Staying with them at the time

and Mary Clay Logan, 18, were was Joseph Lamar Fisher, 21,
I Hy GLORIA REDFE-SIHT. ID Lost To St. Joseph FridayBy [ For FridayIn Saturday and for dangerous possession of drugs narcotics arrested In a trailer they had also of Tampa who officers
rented several had been
days previously said dodging a draft
Please- Call Tanner
: 473-3288 or 4 -..uWOMAN'S I DeathA and another Tampa man was at Lagassee's Trailer Park call since last October.
picked for draft-dodging at
: Jay Ellis Jr. ner 6; Wrinkle 4; Brannon, Lake Geneva up last Friday by representing themselves as Mr. Murrhee and the Logan girl
Miss Ruth Rewearn vidteewith 4; Hepinsta.il, 2. coroner's Inquest Into the agents of the FBI and Clay and Mrs. Selgler from Ponte who was said to be a "runaway" -
CLUB fatal of Marvel N Tanner Vedra.MELROSE. her
her brother and slster- FLASHES TRIP INDIANS shooting County sheriffs deputies from Tampa home
The Calnesvllle-Alachua In-law Mr. and Mrs. W.H. The Keystone Heights Indians JV LOSES ALSO of Orange Park will beheld are In Clay County Jail awaiting -
County; Citizens Safety; Council Redfearn, Sr. last week en- fell 49-41 to a hot St. Joseph The KSH Junior Varsity; lost at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, arraignment on the dope
and the Alachua County: route from Omaha Nebraska Academy offense In St. Augus- to St. Joseph JV's 26-19 last at the City Hall In Keystone charges under bonds of $4,002

Homemakers Council sponsored to her home In Miami. tine last Friday night. St. Joe Friday. Both teams suffered Heights Justice of the Peace .--- each.
the "Woman's Safety; Seminar" Mrs. Micheal Falkel of the outshot the Indians 50% to 30% their worst shooting night of Graham F. Hutchison announced -.-. The sheriffs office said that

on Monday, Jan. 25, Postmaster's Village has returned under the leadership of Sandy the season as Keystone sank yesterday.An Murrhee Is also wan ted on three
at the Holiday Inn In Gaines from a week's visit In Preston who led both teamsIn 22% to St. Joe's 18%. dope charges In Tampa wherehe
'ville. A luncheon followed. Clearwater with friends. scoring with 27 points. A desperate comback by the Intensive investigation has fii.Mrs. .--.--' Jumped a $20,000 bond Bond
Members of the Woman's Club hen made Into the death of
was estreated and capias issued -
led In
We're happy to report that Keystone was scor- Indians with two minutes left '
of Keystone Heights who attended Mrs. Leonard Jones Is home ing by Butch Bleasdale and in the game, failed when a St. Tanner, a Navy man stationedat Maud Watkins Melrose The room count was won by for Murrhee's arrest on
the seminary were: Mrs from Alachua General Hosplti Paul Lelno! with 13 and 12 point Joe player was fouled when Jacksonville NAS, who was Elementary School principal, Mr. Moseley's class. the Tampa charges.
Earl Voyles. Mrs. R, Griffin. following Mr. and respectively.The scoring under the basket. The found dead on January 16 In the and Mrs. Diane Tison and Mrs. Fisher was taken by FBI a-
surgery.
Mrs. S. McDonald Mrs. J i. Mrs. Tom Bryan tare both home Indians are believed to foul shot was successful and Camp Blanding hunting area Sharon Hayes, Melrose Kinder In the business meeting be- gents to Jacksonville where he
Bird Mrs. T. Norwood Mrs' after stays In the hospital also. have lost the services of Bob- Iced the game for the Flashes apparently shot in the back garten teachers attended the fore the speakers were Introduced was held under $5,000: bond
A. Williams Mrs. A. Bach, Mrs. John Ripple of Eden by Hunter for the year as who are now 6-6 for the sea- of the head at close range Elementary Kindergarten and It was announced that pending transfer to Tampa for
mann and Mrs. II. Schuber. N.C. was the recent houseguestof the result of torn ligamentsIn son. Tony Burke led the Indians with a high powered rifle Nursery School Education In the paper drive had ended and trial before a U.S. Magistrateon

Mayor and Mrs. Raymond his knee. Hurner led team In rebounding with 9 Early Childhood Convention In results were not very good. charges of failure to report
HELD DAYThirtyseven Starnes. scoring with 16 points a game points. Washington D.C., January 21- It was voted to put another for Induction.

; club members A birthday luncheon was giv- until his Injury. Mike Wrinkleled Scoring: Burke 6; Henderson MurrheeBakerVie 23. $100 to $150 with the money AI Lagassee, owner of the
and guests enjoyed a tour ol, en last week In honor of Mist the rebounding with 10.Bleasdale. 4; Grayson 4; Turknett already given to the schoolto trailer park said he rented
Bradford For Dist I Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and
the Furniture Corp' the trailer to and
; Bessie Rutherford by her niece 13; Lelno 12;HurA 2; Ellis. 2; Wingate I. purchase a new mimeograph Murrhee
in Starke on Tuesday Feb. 2 6'. In Gainesville. children Shawn and Michelle machine. It was felt that all that the man and girl movedIn
Among those Trustee Post
Mrs. Loyree Larder presented attending from the Keystone .................".._'... .. _. ,...._...... ."" ..... ..... of Memphis Term are visiting the money set aside In the with a U-haul truck load
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the program "The Manu Hetghts-Melrose .9<><" "'"'' ""or wvw" his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. budget for a project would not of articles Including a television -

facturing of Furniture." J A' Mrs. A.E. Bachmann area were Mrs.: L. !: Incumbent Richard Murrheeand 1//. Allen. be used for mats and part of two mattresses and

luncheon followed the tour a lt Kyle. Mrs. Kllnepeter Mrs. I News Notes'w.-l Keystone Councilman Joy The Woman's Club: reports this money could be used. The springs a table four stools
the Holiday Inn of Starke. Paley Boyd Mrs. Ray Becker. Baker will match votes for the a successful card balance would come out of the and an axe. Officers told l.a-
very party;
A business meeting will beheld Mrs. Phil Kromer Mrs. Ray- r By Helen Egan District One Clay Electric held last week.Melrose treasury. gassee later that It Is believedthe
on Tuesday at the clubhouse mond Starnes, Mrs. Stan La- trustee post at the district A successful spaghetti din- articles were stolen In the

at 2 p.m. Hostesses wil!' Costs Miss Iva Ilillyer Mrs. cheer would halo her to know meeting In Mlddleburg tonight Elementary students ner was held prior to the meet- Hawthorne area, where couple
be Mrs. W. Beam, Mrs. E. John Strawn. Mrs. R.P 1I0llls, FELLOWSHIP CLUBIt folks are thinking of her. Mrs. (Thursday). had a day off Friday which wasa ing. stayed before coming to Lake
Howe and Mrs. W. German
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and Mrs. Sashoff. ) Holt movedto teacher planning day. Geneva.
Albert C. (Mother the only
was truly Fun-Game Dayon Althougn they are Lagassee said that the mo-
C.I.P. PROGRAMMrs. Visiting with Mrs. Slocomb January 14, as 21 membersand Wesley Manor complex on announced candidates for the Report cards will be issued Median Wage Gain; thers of Murrhee and Usher,
John Bird Chairmanof t for a few days after the death guests played their favorite January 30 for an underter- post nominations may also be this week marking the end of who are said to be first cousins
the civic Improvement Program of their father were: Mr. and game with prizes of var- mined length of time. made from the floor the second nine weeks, and !Reaches New High came to his park Sunday -

reports that all the crepe:, Mrs. Bernard L, Slocomb of ied assortment provided by the Word has recently been Ar-received The two candidates the beginning of the second An figure of : afternoon to claim per-
Mr. and Mrs. having all-Industry
that
myrtle trees on Lawrence Scotia N.Y. Roger H. Slocombd
Boulevard members. These were attract- the semester. sonal possessions of the two
former Key- highest vote at the dis- 279 cents hour the
thur Lockwood an was
have been of LaMlrada. Calif. and Mrs.
pruned I and
ively
antrash wrapped, many a trict men. The trailer park mana-
in area removed. A ape. John E. Risley of Columbia, chuckle with side remarks as stoners are moving back. meeting will have their SHOW median negotiated wage increase ger said he would not let the
to see names placed on the ballot In WESTERN
will be happy
cial thanks to Mrs. Bird and I S.C. Also here were Mr. anc the playing progressed. The Friends the in the first nine monthsof women Into the rented trailer -
election
the Junior Woman's Club Mrs. Mrs. Clayton Slocomb of Bra. guests were Mr and Mrs. W. these friendly folk.Wilbur Hill March general 25 annual at the in A country and western mu- 1970 according to the however without authorization
C, Ashton Mrs. B. Stanleyand r denton. E. Swlnford (Beulah) from Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Keystone Heights.Clarence meeting sic festival will be held at Bureau of National Affairs. by the sheriffs office.
Woods of
Mrs. J. Knapp who volunteered Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- Ind. who are spending and Miss Cecil Mrs. Charles the Melrose Parish House Saturday This Is the largest step-up for Confiscated at the time of
to do this work. fearn and daughters June and the winter months at White ton. Ohio also and Feb. 13, at 8 p.m. Admission corresponding period in the arrests were about halla
Kathy, spent the weekend with Feather Court. They are bro- Raleigh and son, Charles will be $1 for adults any pound of marijuana and i
last decade It
of Jacksonvillewere E. Smith the representsa
VALENTINE CARD PARTY friends. Mr. and Mrs. L.A. ther-in-law and sisterinlawof daughter Tina and 75 cents for student*. large quantity of drugs Including
The Woman's Club will spon- Snodgrass and two young sons Mrs. Fern Swtnford Hanson. recent house guests of Services Held 5.7 cent advance over the barblniates amphetamines,
sor a Valentine bridge and salad I Jason and Joel in Titusville Mrs. Hanson and Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scrip- Many door prizes will be given same period of last year. and others that can be obtained
luncheon party on Friday, Feb., over the weekend and watched Mrs. Axel Malmgren servedas ture. Miss Woods and the Wil In Jones Chapel donated by local merchants. Construction led the increases legally only by prescription.
12, at 12 o'clock noon. Please the Apollo 1""' lift-off Sunday hosts and hostesses for the bur Hills were parlshoners of Refreshments will also be on with a median settle- Clay County Sheriff Jennings

make reservations. Admission afternoon. refreshment and social hour. Rev. Scripture when he was Clarence Edwin Smith 73 of sale. ment of !lOA cents Murrhee said.
,
$1.25 plus 5C tax. Hostesseswill Mr. and Mrs. Walter Debs Mrs. Janet Lamn provided piano pastor of the First Baptist Keystone Heights died
be Mrs. R. Walker Mrs. Stoyer announce the marriage number. Church In Kenton, Ohio. early The Plainsmen will provide .LIIllhttt.. .
C. McClavc Mrs. E. McLean of their daughter Joanne Stoy- Fellowship Club- luncheon- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Randall Sunday morning after a sudden most of the music for the sing-
A
attack. native of
Mrs. J. Himble] er Salconl to Charles Malcolm of Hulls Tenn. spent last Covlngton ers and their own songs. Mem- : D
Mrs. C. KJngand meeting will be on February 11 pNT
Ky., ho had lived In Jhe.l.5A
Mrs. S. Neel. Oliver on Sunday Jan. 17, at at 12:30: p.m. in the: Lions Club weekend visiting the Scriptures. Heights for the 20 Keystone bers of this group are Ricky 'ti
past years and Randy Brown of Hampton 4" .
) \
the Churchvllle Presbyterian building. Guests and Paul Sheets of New Brighton (
prospective
coming here from New York. Jf Po\
I ASIIIONSIIOW/ Church Churchvllle, Md. members are cordially In- 1 Pa. Is visiting his brother He and Debbie Copeland and Linda 4's.r .
was a retired salesman anda
Club members Congratulations and much and wife Mr. and Mrs. Lester Price of Melrose. Other per- J
who wish to vited. Mrs. Zena Schiebe who
veteran of World Wars I and
( )
enter the Arts festival sew- success to Alec Livingston, son has been touring for many Sheets, at their Lake Brook n. He was a member of the formers will Harley Jonathan Gator- $
Dull of Melrose
ing contest on I"e. 19 are requested of Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston months in their Travel Trailer lyn area home.COMMUNITY Catholic Church and the Re-
Gainesville
Smith of George
to model their dress. upon being cited as the has some pictures which
Man of The Year his Insurance CHURCH( tired Navy Officers Associa- (Gabby) Brabham of Gaines- Iliway 21 North Keystone, Hts.
es or pant suits at the busi- by she has taken and will show at tion. t
ness meeting Tuesday I'cb. 9, Company. Alec and his this luncheon meeting.We The Executive Committee of ville, Julian Ashley and Irma

at which time a winner will i wife Susie have recently still miss Mrs. Esther the Community Church Women Surviving are his wife LllHarv Wilkes of Melrose. Rudolph. Barbecue Steaks Fresh Seafood ,.
Dampier will be master of cere *- --
be chosen for the State entry moved Into their new homein Kruger who has been .9Q 0)0) met on January 25 In the Edu- Hamilton Smith\ ; one son,
r1: Lauderdale ill list for some time. Her cational Building with President James Smith, Staten Island, N. monies. Riiffet Lunch Daily

brother and sister-in-law Royal Mrs. Barry Wyman presiding Y.; three daughters Mrs.Ceor- Tickets are now on sale. Mrs.
ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH BOY SCOUTSOn and Esther Shultis are The treasurer Mrs. getta Clcason Silver Spring, Billy Copeland is in charge of Dining Room Open -- 7a.m.12 p.m.

The Altar Society will spon- Sunday Feb. 7, Troop now back in sunny Florida from Ralph Barker, gave a glowing Md.; Mrs. Macy Carlson, Hyde the program which is being
sor a rummage sale on Fri- 105 will attend the Baptist their wintry home in Sun Prai- report of the balance on hand Park, L.I., N.Y.; and Mrs.WIni- sponsored by the Melroso PTA For Tnke-Out Orders Call Ole/ Al! 473.9620Hilfl !><
day and Saturday I'eb. 5-6. Church to start off "Scout rie. Wig They report that Esther with all but three commitments fred Vineyard Baltimore Md.;
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in (the Week"February 7 through will soon be back with us. having been paid. three sisters Mrs. Frances, HOMEM MCEHS CLUB
store next to the Barber Shop February 13. After completing announcements llaggerty Cresklll. N.Y.; Mrs. New officers for the com- THURS. FEB. 4 7
for the benefit of the building On Wednesday there will bea PERSONALSWe of the Family Dinner on Mary Smith, Staten Island N.Y.; ing year were Installed at' the ,
fund of the new rectory. Court of Honor at the Masonic regret that Mrs. Fred January 27, when a correctionwas and Mrs. Gertrude Walker regular monthly meeting of the JACKSONVILLE
/Hall with refreshments Carlson Is still confined in made that Mghtiiigales Baltimore Md. and nine Melrose homemakers Mrs.W.
HERE N' 1'1 fEJ1F. served following the court. The Bradford Hospital undergoingtests. Circle Chairman Mrs. James grandchildren.Funeral ; 11. Allen was installed as the
Mrs. Dalton I Thomas of East public in Invited. As she is a newcomerto Cook and Mrs. John Birds Cir- new President: Mrs. Lillian D

Hartford Conn., and Mrs. Raymond Scout Week will end with a Keystone Heights cards of cle members would actas hostesses services were heldat Norwood Vice-president; Mrs. I I r rS
Uanforth of Wcthersfleld model campsite built by the U was reported that 4 p.m. Monday in Jones Memorial Polly Price Secretary; Mrs. /
Conn. were recent guests of Scouts on Friday, Saturday and plans were about completed. Chapel Keystone Herman Schroeder treasurer;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dwyer of Sunday. This will be held at is invited to drop by and have The Park-O-Palms luncheon Heights with Rev Stewart Mc- Mrs. Cella Nicholson, dele-
Clover Lane. the City Park and the Public coffee with the Scouts and their of February I at 12.30: Program Cord officiating. Interment was gate; Mrs. Edith Nicholson
leaders. Chairman reported that held In Maple Grove Cemetery. delegate; Mrs. Cricket Chltty s I J s
about 85 reservations were Hooslck Palls N.Y. assistant secretary and delegate t 8//

BOOSTERS CLUB made. The speaker at the meet- They were Installed by

Burke "Tree The regular meeting of the ing following the luncheon was Mrs. Elizabeth Ahrano Homo ..0.w
Johnny Surgeon"Stump Boosters Club was held onJan- to be Harold MacKay of Green- to be In the Circle to which Demonstration agent for Ala .101ST.alIlan

uary 14. A report was made sboro, N.C. The annual Silver their names were drawn and chua County.
by Ray Wingate that the School Tea date Is Friday, March 19. the disorganization of only a t _
Removal By Machine Board had approved the Idea Mrs. James Cook will be Gen- part of the membership has Mrs. Gerald Pappy safety (

\ for the Boosters Club to build eral Chairman and she will become a problem Each Circle chairman gave a talk on safe
,. De.MossingTrimming bleachers. The All.Sports Ban- be assisted by Mrs. Roy Turk- Chairman Is to discuss driving.

. quet is being planned for the nett and Mrs. Ray arris. A the suggested new plan at their Mrs. W.D. Isenhower and
Removal
Complete musical will be Mrs. W.H. Allen served coffee -
middle of May. Chairman for program Circle meetings Home) an
this event will be Ray Win- planned by Mrs. Robert(Nancy) February 15. The Circle Chairman and cookies. t .J.

Fully Insured gate. llendry. and Committee' Chairmanat
The attendance at the meeting An open discussion on re- the Board meeting felt there PTA MEETING: o al
was very poor. Every member planning and revising the Cir- was considerable metit In the Lt Barney Garwood and Deputy
Phone 328-3298 of the club Is urged to cles for next year was new programming. Stan Anderson of the Ala-
attend the meetings Next meeting thoroughly discussed with several chua County Sheriffs depart

Thursday I Feb. 11, at 7:30: Innovational changes, led j FAMILY DINNER: ment spoke to members of the hedu"d by Staged Dn.cl.d' and by
HI I Bo\ 1.1Ea't ( Mrs. Turknett who Is Melrose PfA on the timely
p.m. In Loach Newlon's room. by a This was truly a family !Affair IRIIIN FELO RICHARD BAHSIOW
cu I P.llall.a, Flu. Circle Chairman, and has several ( with many young childrenand subject of drugs at their meet- PERFORMANCES: THUAS. 11:15: PM FRI. 4:15: & 8.IS: PM SAT.
new members of the younger youth attending the Cov- ing Monday. They 1 described the 10-33: AM 2-30: 6 8:15: PM SUN. 2:30 & 6:30 PM
ace. Many of the Circles different kinds of drugs and
,ered Dish I Dinner on Wednesday ; -
have older people who have evening Jan. 27. Mrs. their effect on a person, and /I/// ',>nKt..../!t'tt,fnyhul./ SAVE SI ON KIDS UNDER 12
Keep up on reached the ago when their James Cook ((Nightingales) and displayed an assortment of I 5.00-4.00-3.00 J .''THURS. EVE. FRI. M4TINEE
services are greatly curtailed j Mrs. John Bird's (Circle IV: drugs and the various methodsof .> SAT. MORNING Jl 10:30: AM

currentaffairs yet they are the most faithful. ,members did a fine hosting Injecting or smoking some fICKCIS,JACKSONVILLE COUSEUM.HEMMING FARM tlCHtlofFiei
Another feature of the Circle ,of this dinner. There was luscious of them. civic luoiTomuM TICHT INcORMATION IM ?o.i

arrangements which go back to foods of favorite
many
the early forties was that the Among the topics broughtout
:recipes and one of the largest were things to look for if .............. .... .
LOOKINGFor Nightingale Circle was formed attendances of the year. z ................. .
? the child Is taking
you suspect your .
easy way In order to allow the employed Four couples who had been drugs It was stressed thata .. .
women to attend In the evening.
,married 50
over years were know the facts about
Following the Influx of I DuPont parent
special guests and were seat- In order to be able to i I
Rood HIP Pulitzer Prize Co., younger families with drugs TYPEWRITERS
Christian Science ed together at a table near the talk intelligently with their
winninf children the Rebeccas Circle
Income Tax Deductions? Monitor Rarely more than was arranged for mothers of ,and officers Mrs.table.Louis They Kyle were Mr. Mr.and children on the subject. A short

?0 |pageti: ll"s fasy.to. small children whose fathers Mrs. J. Azzle Williams. Mr film was shown. j ADDING MACHINESCALCULATORS i iI

read daily newspaper! gives could "babysit" and permit the j and Mrs. W.C. Bryon and Mr

you a complrto grasp of mothers to attend evenings. La- and Mrs. Wm. Beam Sr. I

You ii.itional; find world affairs. ter there was: formed a morn- The floral arrangements on I i ii
Legally
can uncover more Ing Circle for women who felt ,the members table
Plus fa Jiion' !sports busi- were spraysof KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
they perfcrred to meet In the Ivy dotted here and there .
and the arts. Read
"Needles/ in the Haystack" when ness morning\ for several reasons. ,with camellia blossom throughthe .
you (ho newspaper Hint 91 % These varied arrangements center of each long table. i Get'em While They Last! :
of Congress reads.!; continued but the membership The officers table held a large
: have aU your cancelled checks on remained static, thus leaving ,
- - :floral arrangement In center
Please send me the Monitorat the afternoon Circles to be ,with pink glads and white dai i Used i
hand. Open your checking account the special introductory rate shuttled around every year. sies. Pastor Stewart: McCord Typewriterss
(for six months for only $8 Some ladles found It difficult gave the blessing and guests DIRECTORY :
a saving ol'$7. were Introduced. I Following the s

here, todaylKEYSTONE! I I Clirck or money order dinner Mrs. Wm. Nail church To $85- i

enclosed organist had arranged a special

| ] Bill, meitiim 1h Ol'im&"I musical program which was
S. E. McKAY. REALTOR
.. Informal and humorous In con- I Completely Reconditioned I II
tent. Pastor McCord led off KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-48U

: STATE BANKMember Mir, .!.. with a vocal solo with Mrs. Royals Remingtons

cu y Nail at the piano. What bringsout Appraisal Service I !

humor was the change a- The Best in LoV.'front
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.,..... "p- t bout to a female GUARANTEED TO WORK :
barbershop
P.D.I.C. Keystone Hom., Acreage Rnlaf.ASSOCIATES .
Heights, FLa. fO It /RJ. quartette composed of Mrs. .

.. THECHRISTIAN Fran lurkett Mrs. Ray Farris See 'Them AtBradford -

"Your Friendly Bank SCIENCE: 1 .1....'. kturw. MIIi'rr' Ihcntuney Mrs.German.Nail and Another Mrs. MarJorie Mr. Melba Ilfen 41Z-4T9' i'
Ihc-r II quar- Telegraph
County
0 ,turM .111) 473'46'1i
tette without lot J. rhronliiKlon\
In Your ,Friendly Community." MONITOR, ,IMkeN. Iwirr. uN 11I11..1 ,I" IhcIMyund accompanimentwas
composed of Mrs. I.. J. Kobl 11011 4751041PiMrhtl
Don 11!>. Aslnr SI...lionflitvlnn. Hobert PHONE 964.6305I j
M..ull.' 07171 .: uiy uu'11114 a" II 11..1 llendry, Mrs. Wm. Nail, tnfMrs. Curr 473-4058
tn. Stewart McCord. ......................................

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Services To Be




Community Held. Leona ThursdayMrs. Bryant. 62, of GIASSlflED ADS GET RESULTS

Starke, died Tuesday, Feb. 2. :
News In Bradford County; Hospital
after a brief Illness. She was
born In Brooker on Feb. 27,
I
1008 the daughter of the late
By Elizabeth Given Walker -
blah and Hettie Padgett Fowler -

,_n_nuu.......n'. ______n__n____on n n n.__n_..___..___:,_".._.l. and was a member of Grace
Baptist Church. -

EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Lovefeast at Surviving are her husband i 4 :Bedl' :lm, 2 !:'.t'h lonv REAL OPPORTUNITYKlocsley -
Starke two CLASSIFIED AD RATES BIC:: PENS. Ball Point Refill ->
Frank of JIMMY MOORE'S
Bryant,
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Service schedule Rev. Leroy 11. Communion will be given In Just completely rem'-c': LAke ibn lneaa! ear

Davit Pastor. Bible Class Mon- 5 p.m. service. Rev Sampson and sons Donald Charles Bryant Bryant Buford Suu-ke. Minimum Chary ... 1.71' srratnh.POR*.-. Bradford County Tel- Easy twins LocAted on R), SUN SPORTS Mlo. Store garage ete. lock
day night, meeting White and congregation will 100 South, For Information call: barrel.
prayer daughters, Mrs.Betty (Covers IS words) .stock and A real
Thursday at 7 p.m. Services worship with us at 3 p.m., S.C.; ; SALE '964-7701. tfchLEW'S g MOORE BOAT FOR money maker. Call Bill
1'arrlsh. Tltusville, and Mrs. $75000 Cok3
will begin Sunday with Sunday the second Sunday In Febru- Each ward .
ever 15-7.
Powell R.E. Broker. 964-4464.<<
Carolyn Kendall Dads City; ; Moctxln for fISO: e1e $6JO CIZ YOUR MONEY
school at 9:45.: Morning service Ito Extra Chars If not tfchg
ary.Girl brother Ellsha Fowler retto
10:45. Evening service Scout Troop 626 has one twenty column machine -
: Dade City; ; and one sister.Mrs. paid In advanceCLASSIFIED : for $350. Smith Shell Starke Ph. 964-5791
orders for cook-
5:30.: The Junior choir will render begun taking 1X>R RENT 5 room downstairs
Please Lorena Mock, Gary, Ind.; nine Station: Lawtejr, Fla. 3tp 2-11I
song/ service. ies. cooperate by giving grandchildren and two great DISPLAY WELDING SHOP Complete Outboard & apartment. Couple only
Greater Bethlehem Free Will them an order. I Mrs. W B. Mundy, 964-6332
I1.SO Per Inch Stern Drive Service and
Baptist Church: Monday night grandchildren.Funeral services will be heldat SKYLINE 1971 Whimpering!! Pines Motel \ tfchg
Thought the week Ilepoir. Complete Fiber-
Senior Choir rehearsal. Tues- for Memorials. Resolution US 301 S. Phone
day night, Choir No. 3 and Ushers The whole duty; of man is to 2 p.m. Thursday In Grace Proclamations e&o7. I btOB1L1r HOMES 961-8232- glass Repair. Custom WANTED TO TRADE: ''63
Church with Merle
Board No. 2 will meet. fear God and keep his commandments Baptist Rev. built Fiberglass Fishing Olds Station Wagon with new-

Wednesday night Prayer Meet- God has placed man on Frank Packham Jarls, Rev. Leon Odom Inter-and CARDS OF THANKSSO ; 12' :x: 60S UTILITY TRAILERS Boat. tires, rebuilt motor. Trade for
Ing. Thursday the Ladies Cir- earth for the purpose of serv- officiating wor'l {pickup truck.. -C. E. Jackson.
ment will be In South Prong word. or !lees ... .. B'drM>m CUSTOM BUILT
cle will go to Mrs. ClarenceCovington'l. ing his creator, and his fellow Each 3'995 -- 1313 W. Madison! Starke Itchg
word
In Baker with over SO 7e
Cemetery County; GAS AND ELECTRIC
Friday night, JunIor man. And if man fall to keep FurnishedOLIN'S
Choir will hold rehearsal.The God's Commandments he faces DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homein WELDING BRAZING FOR SALE Three bedrooms, }'OR /SALE New livestock

Prayer band will meet with eternal punishment. charge. FOR MOBILE SHEET METAL 2 Baths, with Florida Rcom Mttllty: all-metal trailer, Weed
Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Saturday Eccleslastes 1214. SALE Oak and hardwood TRAILER HITCHES and enclosed srarage and recent land chopper: Reasonable' !

the ushers will sell dinner beginning For God shall bring every Foster for the pace. $10 HOME SALES point job makes this one Dolph E. Reddish! 064-6280! ( or
Children INSTALLED
at 12:30.: Sunday School work into Judgment with every strand delivered. Contact Starke, Fla.-100 West of the nicest buys In Starke. OM-7220, 2tchg 2-11
will begin services Sunday at secret thing, whether it be good, Easy to Qualify' Larry O'Neal: at 064-6200, tfchg Reasonable down payment
9:30.: Morning service 11 a.m. or whether It be evil. ''With S 3-4 Int.. League at 4 p.m. Evening service -By Rev. Leroy R. Davis As DependantsThe l"AS'JTV. & STEREO: REvPAIR. !: COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot I Close in with pavement. A, J. operator, full time or

6 p.m.Coming Free pick-up.: city tags parent --wanted. Some E NOTICEStarke Thomas, Realtor Tel. 964-3701 part!' time. Apply Bonnle's Hair
Event The Mission NEGRO limit Dahmtr'a Discount: Marrl'd couples and women. I I tfchg StvlHt\ 064-8200 or Ofi4-7914. Up'

aries are sponsoring Prophetess HISTORY WEEK Tax Reform Act of 1969 tfchg {Mary starts 1347 per month ,
and KeystoneHeights FOR RENT-one bedroom furnlshM
Jones at the Church Sunday Negro History Week will be makes It easier to qualify foster WANTEDHouse full of furniture per person. 5 day week. 8 hour FOR RENT- Furnished and -

Feb. 14, at 6 p.m. The observed at Greater Allen Chapel children as dependents advises ; pay cash. Dohmer's- day Promotional opportunities area Customers unfurntah'd: apai tments, good apartment $90 month
Junior Choir will render song The opening program will AJ. O'Donnell, Jr., IRS Discount State Retirement, sick leave? locution, close In, W. H. Noll- Bradford Village: Apts. J"st
service. The public Is invited. be given by Greater Allen Chapel District Director for Florida. tfohff ?vacation ete Please apply in* Hastings Mattress: man. tfchg :north of Bradford High.

Greater Allen Chapel AME: Church Thursday night, A foster child now can be Southern person only personnel Office, and Uphols Softool. Call collect GnlncsVlllle
Union claimed as a dependent on the Marine ery SPRAYING Pecans trees for 378-7921 Mrs. Reaves.
Rev. C.E. Jenkins Pastor. Services County; ; Friday night, BuHland Center. OntncsvJM, :
begin will Sunday School Lawtey. The public Is Invited. same terms as a natural childIf Moved To Gainesville Fla. An equal opportunity *m- moss. Prices you can afford. tfehg


i 11. Communion will be giv- All the will I powfiin the Is a member of the house- 76. Waldo. 32694. 4tp 2-11 $250 equity and take over payments -
In In the 6 service. All hold for the entire year. ,
p.m. Marine
world will not mend brokenheart
of $34.70 monthly. Or
nembers and friends invited to The effect of the Act also is Is Open AgainFURNITURE FOR SALE-
or bring comfort to a LYNN nrlll exchange payments! for
ttend. Jo permit a taxpayer a depen- HAMILTON MGR. MOBILE HOME: on 2 lots, air
New Hope Baptist Church: .oul in deep sorrow The love dency exemption for a foster JoHnson Motor Cobra. Boat conditioned completely fur ptekup,: truck payments. Phone

Si nday School 10 a.m. Morn- of (God; iiloni-, to fre,'I.\l given child who makes $025 or more Ma'rt.' 8..Blts Repaired RefiniahedReupholstered Wsh'd. 1-4 mil enst of Lake !\1H\oI.5187. a m 145 pm ttp

lig service at II. Afternoon to those! who seek Ills I foi'Kivt1 If the child Is under 19 or a 1030 E. University Av. Geneva Post Office on Hwy. FOR SALE 1 Coleman. vented>

durvlce, 3 P.m. Rev. L.W. Mos- IICMH and Ills| help <'im heal full-time student and the other O lna rlH._ CARTER 100. 473.4575. 4tp 2.11 :kerosene heater.! Rents 5
y Pastor. mid re Ml ore us to health and dependency tests are met.COOPER'S NEW MATTRESSES\ rocjin. has outalde stand and

MU: Plsgah AME Church:Rev. happinvHit, raise, us up from WANTED LISTINGS FOR SALE By owner CB folk $50 fIO (4-8113.. Itp>>
.W. Phllmoro Pastor Sunday the depth1of drupair' On Rome and Acreage. Buyer PAINTSNEW FREE ESTIMATESCall : houe 2 BR both, carport,

--- -_. l"- Waiting. trout Realty, Ref, Collect 328.2111 utility room. Central a-c and FOR SALE FHA terms 3
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Broker 2117 N. Temple Are.. heat. 6 miles from Stark" bedroom home Oak: floors,

t. Ph. W4-8809 atsxke.! Fl*. ITEM lam] Call ((104464-7094, Statkc. 1"111. fireplace tile bath garage."
2tp 2.4 price 10000. $3,000 down to

WALT PAPER' qualified buyer J, M McEachem : -

NURSERY ANDLANDSCAPE iller DRIVERS NEEDED R.B. Keystone Heights,
BrownVolkswagen
I Unpainted Furniture" [ SEWIKGMACHINE P Train now to drive semi' truck, Fla. Phone 4374106. 2tchR
I I local I and over the read. Diesel

CO. Wood Graining: Kit' : or gas; experience hlpf"l BLOCK HOUSE FOR SALE-
i but not nccessiry. Ycu can 3 1 large: BR large LR. LR arid
2111 N. Temple 301 North K-80 Paint Remover earn over $4.50 per hour' after kitchen. 315 N, St. Clalr. C. F
Phone 964-8104 I Sales and Service abort trr.lning. For appllcit! Batcman 465-1803 after S p.m.

Houses! Washed PFAFF NECCIII and Interview, call 30V5216484. : :; lip

New Komer or write Safety! Dept,
New A Vied I5Sale. :/). Lawn Mowers For Rent WANTED Man cook vTifowntticss.
Universal tTnltcd! Systems, Inc., 822
Service Apartment and; lit-!
102 EAST BROWNLEE $49:50 up Ncrth FeJeial:! Highway, Fart lit:es fUrniShed' :! Come to T 1 MI. North of Tire Mail Lauderdale, Floildi, 33304 Rena Motel Starke. Itclv,
l : (
) NOW' 5 GAINESVILLECARL STREET Parts & Repairs: on _2th'l 2-4 "
5iIvTh all other Make Ma HOUSE FOR SALE -3 bcil-

_- chines.NATIONAL. Experienced= Licensed! Plum room, 2 bath 2 car carport.
THETIME -i ber contract or hourly, com- large living room: lare kit-

FOR RENT -12' wide. 2 bedroom : plete service: day, night. Cur. hen & fining ares. Ph. t 9f4+ ,
trailer outside city ry Pl'jmblne, phone 2B4-5449! 7649 or 9646557. 3tehg 2.13
TO BEGGS limits. J. B. White 964-6114. 611 W. Univ. Ave. or 533-2381.: _4tchg 2-1'J'

Gulf Service tfchgBARRETT 37f-1355! FOR SALE Black and White
WATER FRONT LOTS
PLANTPEACHES portable T.V. OR will trade
USED PARTS FOR SALE
for Guitar Amplifier> of equal
FRUIT TREES T*. Prices for Wrecked Car i On Crosby; Lake and Crosby value. Phone 964-8494 after 5.
I Lake Cannl. (Canal) 50 feet It.
Rag. GRO-TONE 24 Hour Wrecker Service Water Conditioning wide B feet deep Located on .
PECANS i$5.98 -
Fuel Oil PUMPSNEW :)i State Road: 100, 3 miles! W.st

WEED&FEEDjG. Vied Can and Pump Co. I '+1 cf Starke Fla, ideal for vacation
-"y-3-4-! $2.98 AND USED cottage, mobile home or TEXAS OIL COMPANYneeds
ft",. Ill N. Waldo
130
Court
Street 40
investment. good mnn over
J55.9S, <4t-im< Phone Prices.tart at $1,29100. $200 .
96.5832PLUMBING SOLES for short trips surrounding
POMEGRANATE 3 9 $2.98 ,. PAIns down and .1500 month for an/
mantas: ((84\ % simple inter. STARKE.

Rtf4y SEWING MACHINE Cleaned. SERVICE est). Contact customers. Wu
PEARS $2.98
r oiled and adjusted In your Water Conditionersand ) Deep and Shallow Wells Call 964-7701 8 a.m, to !5 5
Ell. each home $3.00. Vaouum cleaner Water Softeners and pm weokdavi, tf train. Air Mail R. B.
GRAPES Gal' Cons repairs also. All work guarmnte. Pumps FiltersPlumbing Dickerson Pres. South
- SI.98 1 WELL DRILLING ,
* Let. estimate 411-14M. tfets" Sales and Rentals Supplies & Country Club, ready for western Petroleum Corp,
us gist: you an onlanJscapif.gyour
building' on or for Investment. Ft. Worth, Tex.
lawn wish Kver- FOR Repair Department
RENT One trnl'erspace.
EXPERT SERVICE ON Lots area approximately lj .it '. ,
green's -Irs l FREE One Large stor.I.'Jeshed 24 Hour Service acre and larj r. Paved roads: -

IHVfi" ; one nwohanlc. !. shop; one ALL MAKES only 3 minutes from levin.
Let Our Reasonable Rates Solve Your Problems *
PHONE
9647061DURRANCE
warchouso on 301 South of A. J. Thomas, Registered' Real Prices start at 129500.' $200

Starke. Call Mutual!\ Lumber Estate Broker Specializing In down and $15.oo per month I IS11NGHOMES

Lie. 964-7490 8 a.m to 4 p.m Appi'aHnls' for Estate Indl.viduaU Call 964-7701, 8 a.m, to 5 p m.tfehu,

___tfchg and Corporate Owners PUMP & SUPPLY. CO.
a=: a..att m aIi Alno t cer.e-rl real estate. business.
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic TYPEWRITERS i Manual or
1, Letters all sizes colors. Permanent Thirty Years experienceIn EUNICE NURSERY Electric.: For ale or rent. _

for use on wood, glass, Florida land: ( matters. Tel. Pers'mmon' pear, plum nectarine Rr.Arnrd (',,",,,,, Teleganh.O.C. _
M4-570I. Stnrke,
Florid tf
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fruit trees. Shads
pintle paper metal, leather AVAIUILI FOil
ANYTHING I -Bradford County FOR SALE: Treated and u*. trees, blucb'-rrtes, ornamenUl -. Carnes Nursery

r Telegraph. tf treated pine and cypress lumber shrubs 2 miles N. of Law. Thousands of Plants YOUR LOT
tey on 301. t"rnleft at sign.
t : random: width and leng"h.
Phone Fruit Trees, Shr.de Trees
WATSON'S Creosoted poles, railroad crossties 7823465. tfchg ,

I" block pipe for weld- Evergreen, Camellias,
9 0'i House of VacuumtMany Ing. various hop equipment Azaleas, Roses $3,500

welders, etc. Mutual LumberCompany The Glass Shop Mint' In cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
.1 brands of new
. vacuums Inc. Smiles southon
t 11900 ere Used! miehlnes from
301, Phone 9647490. Call Glass
$10. Expert Repair ill make. between 8:00 23 MI. S S.E of Stark, Hwy 100 1600 SO FT.
: A.M. and 4:00: ,,
Putt and Accessories for all PM. tfcbw For ...--"':-- .' "( Flornhoirt 159-2185
vacuums Built In Central nAn \ OF
vac
LOST Gold rimmed el uses.
t uum cleaning; systems. 712 N. IF WE DON'T HAVE IT CARS and TRUCKS
between Church Ii Water
t Main Gainesville 371-7110 we'll get It fcr :yon. onto Installed Whlle-U-Walt UVINQAREACALL
SIS. Return t t3 M ke
: McRae
Supplies' Furtiltar" Equip l .
CLASP ENVELOPES, all ...en''. Bradford County. Custom! Vinyl Auto Tops 1210 Bra' ord St 964-6137. Itp

l i -- lie*.- Bradford County Tele- Telegraph. 1017 N. Main G'vllle FOR RENT -Nicely furnlnh-=

t .aph. ed Mobile Homo. air conditioned

TIME TO GET YOUR BEST BUY BAIRD nid central heat. 337
21-INCH ADMIRAL color N. WAlnut St. Up SLADE
INTERSTATE MOBILE Home Mobile Homes (used) TV with: new. picture
in a new car..with moving In Fla. Call 964-360*. tube Dataller's Discount tf HUNTING JEEP /cr sale
tfchg NEW and USED chg Good condition.! Contact HOME-
a bank Auto Loan! P IraJ. 8-IO.n. Wid. Richard McCarthy 9646644.

t Oahn..vmeGood HOUSE PAINTING interior! Itp

Automobile prices and our quick, money- Quality exterior by contract or hour- FOR' SERVICESFor
SAtE-Brar.f
6-volt
:
saving Auto Loan service couldn't be better Reasonably. Priced ly.clan Reasonable rates, first 90 amp car b try.! new.Ued only

t -/or you-than they are right now! You Gainesville! 378.2785 Ronnie workmanship Roberts. Monday-Fit.Contact two waeks. 1500., Phone

REFINISHINGALL ..rvf.... Oannlt sod day '7 to <4:30< 0647649. tip Information[
are sure to get the most for the least with t Detlvere' .la Slsrko Area : phone 431-1128\
TYPES Nights and
Phone Can
FOR SALE Largs duo-therm Jacksonville
one of our bank Auto Loans. Come Int! UPHOLSTERYCABINET NO EXTRA COST 431-17M weekends.: 2-23
apace heater and: bathroom CoDed
CS 441 N. 4SOt NW ISIhnn
fixtures.' Reasonably priced:
WORK ftalll...m._ :n,- FOR' SALE New brick or Phone 984-7831. 781-4055
t
Expert Reproductions block: homes on you lord. No tfchjr

FLORIDABANK t C. E. JACKSON .wlthitand POSTED SIGNS weather-: Treated lOa each to money down As low .s $6300 CHICKEN FARM maker- for sale 1
per month. Young America proven money on paved
1313 W. Madison Starke SI.2S dos Speclil price on lug Corp. of Florlda,964.7460 or hlghnay.\ Nice home $15.- JIll WDON'T: HAVE rr

I er qusntltles. Bradford County 864-8135. 4tp 2-4-71 000 down 21.000 Tarms. Call wail gel ...1or :you Offlc

' AT STARKE 1 1a P T.l.traph. tf Bit Powell RE. Broker 964- 8oclles. Purnltnrt. Egal-:

t FOR SALE New brick\ S INSURANCEAT FOR' SALE-Blue metal Hake 64(14.( tfchg '11111II'' Bradford Count

bedroom 2 bath, living REDUCED RATES Beach Buggy, 1966 VW sedan Telegraph.TYPRWRITERSI.
room FOR SALE-20 are Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. AUTO. Chassis. 700 Bridges' St. 964-
dining room family room. FIRE BOAT 7469. highway 3 J C.-c-ms, l'i' bath
FHA or Conventional Financing. DOYLE CONNER 4tp 2-4-71 \ihcmc. $7,500 fawn, $10.000balance. /

a One of 30 Banks of the Florida National 3roup Contact Buford Mitchell.;;, INSURANCE AGENCY CUSTOM MADE draperies $96.50 month.! Call ttoctrlo. For Manual _er

Phone M47 0. P.O. Box 234 .... (labor) 12.00 and up. Slipcovers BJ11 PoweB RE. Broker 9646484. 8r&cIford sate or rent.

= flUrk. tfch 41230 and] up (labor) Ph. <<. CountI.lefrspta..

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PaK: 14 Telegraph February: 4, 1971



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