Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01640
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01640
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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meets the
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Civil Defense

or Frank .

Steer he pointed after !

ing damaged in

w f Takes tornado-like tion and high

Not a single

State of reported physical, but

and debris

: I 4T Show the Bradford Kingsley

j 1iq $168,000.area is

For the third time Zack Ed- "
A $100,000
wards, IS, Starke, ,
: damages to 50 to

__ grand annual champion Florida Steer :.',,j ,.. {"' .'o;': r 1"J-f1f..,t? .." ",,.., six house trailers,
houses and to
Tt .: en ,
Show at the ,'" :: << "t- ,
cass ". t. S. '. .f In the county; has
s l Tampa.
by Williams.

...j __ While 600 Sc.n* of. wreck in which Hampton youth, 19, of damage Is
: ing breeders the City of Starke ;
died .
'r tional Charolals Wednesday.Wreck lines, and from "
on, Edward's 1,372 Including one bridge
gus steer topped l.xtcnslvo: debris
grand champion, a been reported In all
Charolals owned by Kills19YearOld tiu county\ ,

xanne Hardin of .
\noUier "
Preliminaries In damage has been
divided the steers ('amp Hlandini and
Instead of the usual Kingsley Lake east

.. __. _..--..._ -T___ -}rnIa___ livestock. Hundreds of trees
and Mrs. Maurice down sound Kingsley
who own Edwards buildings in the
Flying tre lond.d on this homo on Grlffis Loop, knocking hoi. in roof. (Photo by Gary Whitehead) here first won Hampton youth, that ho could not negotiate the area In the camp
British Breeds and aged by flying limbs.
Jones killed not injured.
was curve. Hartley was
lated article- Editor: )
sell morning Feb 10, The Bradford Illghattendance
won In the a small station wagon office confirmed that the six Worst Individual
Hits $50,000 Other Breeds and eight teenagers were girls were all present at school damage were two
Damage ses turned over on Lester Wednesday morning, but were ers- one off .riffls; I.
The 15-year-old Road west of Starke. later found to be missing from east Starkc:' and one
youth then went class. Jones and Hartley vera son Lake near the
six girls who had
top honors In the ap- not students. owned b> ,I.H. ,
left from
He represented the School with Jones and sunvllle. Both were 4)I
AtBlanding KingsleyCamp Junior .J"A Chapter. of the car, Donald Ray Aj total losses by \

;, (Cont'd On Pg. ) 19 two were admit- ihfc. Sampson .
Bradford County; lIos1 was rolled over and
-- :. 1 I with cuts and bruises, ly flattened by winds
.. bones. j/. ,f ed by' the
Blending maintenancecrews tlier, Bureau as
to BCII were Kath-
started Monday on the M ti ., 4)I Alderman, 15, Hampton, mph. The: trailer ,
massive task of cleaning up, .t-- Stephens, 15, Law- Loop, owned by' :\ I
Totals enbee, was rolled off
repairing, replacing, In the In the emergency
wake of two twisters that converged r1.r< + BCII and released were and the front end
) plvteh! off. I iiiiillure
on the area from different
: Kite, 17, Starke; Debbie
directions Sundav afternoon ;;. 3.08 16, Hampton; Jane mi'Mh suimlliu/, In exposed what had to
leaving an estimated$3O,- 17, Starke, and Bonnie
living, room 000 damage In their wake. Rainfall totaled 15, Starke.

Total damage In the Bland- ll + county-wide; during small station wagon, a when Both Die trailers twitters were l
Ing-Kingsley Lake area was ? week, according to Subaru was traveling
'F the' l.i/enboo home' .
estimated In excess of $30,000. i k of Forestry on the Brownlee Hood
dog Imiiso" not 30(
0'e I' <
A'w11' SR-100. west of Starke.Most miles west of Starke.
wheic tlio (r.iilei 1
Col. C.M. Gllchrlst, State < 't a left turn onto the "
of the rains stood was left
Quartermaster from National Johns Road and the
Us blocks V "house'
ches, fell on Sunday.
Guard headquarters at St. Au- lost control, accord-
to the lacobs trailer
gustine, said that two months ta Fe tower Trooper S.P. Burnett I,
.j son was
both the
ches and
of concentrated work would be Florida Highway\ Patrol,
required to get the camp backIn and Louis Hill officer 'Ilio twisters )truck
shape In time for arrival of w r r -. tey measured 2.3 Sharon Howell low path, coming
the first summer training unit _, day. vehicle ran off the east and there and rising
on May GIn New River of the Johns Road, ly above some
long distance telephone ches on Friday and sideways, and turned BerryQueen apparent path of what !
calls to Washington Monday day Santa Fe had the trooper said. described as
morning. Col. Gllchrlst was assured s. ti was+ 'firY but only a trace was thrown out of the downs to the
that funds for materials tey had .5 Inches the pavement. The car iff's Department and.

would be provided by the National ______ __ ___ __ ._______ __ _______ __ __ ____ _nn. .2 Inches Monday. to rest on its wheels lire Department
Guard Bureau. Labor will Fifty-year; average pinned underneath, tilt hardest was a
Troil.r on Sampson Lake wee ss llnt.f.4 .. twUtor heeded M.t. ruary Is 5.83 ; said. EntrySecond fee dun heading

Is halfway to that the driver, was Sampson: I Luke through ;

(S.. other photo on Pogo IU) year month with gone.only 11 with failure to have entry In the, 1971 Brad fit cure)I.oop path area.can be An

vehicle under control. ford Strawberry I Festival! Beau some areas.
come from the camp's regu- bles about .30 feet from whereIt about eight hours before crews No forest fires Burnett said Hartley ty Pageant is Miss Sharonllow- On sR-llil) at the
lar maintenance personnel. stood near the gate. could get It repaired, but ser- ed during the week his arm became en- ell, 18-jcar-old senior at I Hrad- of .riffIs' Loop, for
1 vice was resumed after a cou- 7-14, and sharp drop with the arm of one ford l lI\Rh\ School. what must have been \
Hundred of trees, Including Blandlng residents report a who sitting
ple of hours by feeding power 10 firs and 46 acres girls, was Miss Howell was a member Icr "cared I a path
JlI large pines and oaks, were noticeable darkening of the sky- middle of the front seat back of I.H.
I toppled or twisted'off in the similar to a total eclipse! at (Cont'd on Page 4) (Cont'd on Page car on the console, and (Cont'd. on Page 4)I ) breaking yuid off two
Y u north and southeast sectors of the time of the highest winds,but l
I 1 pce.in trees and
the reservation by separate twls no one saw the typical; "tunnel-
trunks standing.
I ters, one of which blew In from shaped" cloud that commonly t frame shed just <
the west and accompanies tornadoes. The
across SR-16.
another at the Camp Blanding rain guage recorded the DuPif home
striking same
Tanner Death S Accidental I and demolished by \ >
ralertine Dance time from .the southeast--be- 2.13 inches during the I wind, and tin from
lieved to be the same that day.Extensive across. SH-IOO) and
dipped down In the Grlffls Loop property; damagewas The twister veered \
SaturdayFeb. area Southeast of Starke. reported In the Kingsley But Still Unanswered fore it got to Sit!. 11)0)
Peak winds In both twisters Lake residential area, along Questions rooted two pecan
the north side from the
Junction -
were estimated at 7S-8S milesan door (to I Dul'ree. \
13 8
p.m- hour. of SR-16 and 16-A In a be seen about 50 to
northeasterly direction. Strick fling away and, thinking he had wide where the winds
Property damage, besides A coroner's Jury, convenedIn -
Stark'' fallen trees, at Blanding included land's Landing and New Kings- Keystone Heights at 2 p.m. missed the game, did not trci the way a" they
Country Club : ten field latrines demolished ley Beach lost around 60 trees, Friday, found that Marvel N. Into the thick undergrowth to through the c;
In the bivouac area, but reported no damage to build Tanner, 42-year-old Navy i1fiLow. see what he had hit, if any- area
lie left afterward
one steel shower house destroyed chief, of Orange Park, came thing. immediately Dul'ree was
Music by and other damaged, roofs ings.Also hard-hit was private to his death on January 16 In Tanner said (about I lorlda room when he
8:30) and back home In
: was of the shed take off !
off or damaged on five build- the Camp Standing reservation"by
lake-front property In the area.A .
Green Cove: lie
wlnvi: Springs by house (Moth he and
Ings, power lines down twisted-off tree went throughthe accidental gunshot wound
then left again to go quail hunt- 1'rco said there
dows smashed and doors blown by or unknown." was
roof of a rental cottage at person persons In
off of several buildings, dam- Rig another area of a funnel cloud,
Jet Set the Hal Edwards place, another The verdict after less
the sound of wind
age to chain link fence from large oak fell across and than ten minutes' deliberation Speaking/ with difficulty
fallen trees, several small crushed his in intensity.;
EnterpriteTickets a late model Pontiac following two hours of testimony throughout sworn testimony,
Trees blocked
storage buildings destroyed, belonging to the same tenant, at an Inquest conductedby Lowe agreed, upon) questioning,
and the camp's $1,500 electrically and several huge pines were Justice of the Peace Graham and father convert with Mrs. Tanner that It was possible he could until Hampton removed Lake briefly
$5 lighted sign, facing toppled. Similar damage was Hutchinson after verdict last Friday. have mistaken tanner's camouflage no other damage
SR-16; completely, blown away reported at several other pieces coveralls for a spotted
Per In this vicinity.; Highlight of the hearing was underbrush as It ran off alonga for wildlife in the area. lie ed.I
Couple Only one Injury was reported. the emotional testimony of Ste- nearby creek. saw Tanner's car, a blue station hog."Is it possible that shot I was no
Florida Power & Light Crews you ported at l iwtcv
Dan Harley who phen Lowe 28-year-old teacherIn or
was on dutyat ; In reply ID the repeated ques- wagon, parked near the Tanner accldentall) .'" he was
the main gate when the peak were busy Monday straighten the Orange Park school, who dons of Hutchinson. "What food plot, but did not see the asked Iwo funnel clouds
winds hit ing up new 60-foot light poles admitted that he could have '
about 2p.m.. received did you nave in your sights Navy chief, whom he knew ported about 1:30: p.m.
c-" ., cuts on hands and face when that were tilted by the winds fired the shot that hit Tannerat at the time you fired??" Lowe having met up with and hunted "Yes," was the reply. according to \\llllams.
flu (!a mm unity a window blew out In the guard along Blandlng a stretch of SR-16 In the the base of his skull in said he could see only "part with him on several pre- "But not Intentionally?" spotted by Starke
house, crashing Inside the area. back, killing him Instantly. of a hog" that appeared to be vious days during the same I'at I Icnry.,apparently
'Slate l1ntu. building. FP&L also had trouble In the Speaking with difficulty Lowe white with black spots. week. "No, I didn't" er that struck the (;
Also demolished at Blending Forsyth Road area south of said he sighted a hog running Lowe said he arrived at the After he saw what he thoughtto lowe 'was first connected with urea\ Viother was
arses was a Game Commission check- Starke off SR-100, where the through the underbrush In a hunting area about 6:45: s.m., be a hog and fired, Lowe the Incident when Clay County; the area of the
r..... T.D..120._ _hr .... Ing station hut at the entranceto main transmission line tying; remote area of the Camp Bland- parked his car near the "oldcemetery" said, he fired once more but Deputy; David Burkhalter: In Vocational' 'enter In
e s--c:
the North Range on Highway North and South Florida together ing north range, fired at It. and walked towardthe the shell failed to go off and conversation with the !Navy\
16 east of the Blanding main was broken by two then heard the animal squeal- "food plot" which Is planted was ejected. He said he con-
gate. The building fell In sham- toppled poles. The line was out log and crashing through the by the Game Commission tinued to hear the hog run- (Cont'd on Page 4) (i nt'd on Page





T. Junior ClubReceives N'' 1 Y
1 t

___ .1 y MembersThe SLADE"S

) Junior Woman' Club executive : :
board held its February
1 1 meeting at the home of Mrs.

Joyce Clerlcuzlo where plans
for the Strawberry Pageant and
dance afterwards were made. roh
The regular meeting was held
Cbulyi Moots Phon t64-7t08 Monday night where five new sF
members were Initiated Into
Society Editor the club: Mrs. Barbara Brown

Mrs. ITiyllU Nobles, Mrs. Elaine -

'4 Thornton, Mrs. Carol -
.+ i Burnett and Mrs,Jeanette War .

--- ren.Mrs.
Ann Prevatt presenteda .
program on covering and
making toss pillows. ,.
The Valentine theme was car ,1 t'' ".
\ ried out on the refreshmenttable. Sw I PLUS
.r 54 'j
The club reminds everyone tofly
h a flag on Lincoln's birth- r' ,

day, Friday, Feb. 12, and on ;tI 4- ., Alt
George Washington's birthday, save 3WGYS
: Monday, Tcb. 15. ..'
t- r. ,, I FIlIce,THE WEST *.gtWr811HE HIGHEST/ 3.1lIJttMtTE' B STfreezer

: Stork Shower

__ I Given For I l F ki
: '{ Mrs. DurbanMrs. !

:!: ,,4i. Jacksonville. Raymond former C. Durban Lawtey of IA Automatic 1 defrostinn I

? resident was honored ata stork refrigerator section.
.. shower Saturday night at the
home of Mrs. Marvin nosier

__ in Lawtey. Co-hostesses were
Mrs. Wyman Harris Mrs.J.W.
.: t Thomas, Mrs. 11.11. Brice, Mrs.
." .: 1ji. N.P. Joyner, and Mrs. Wyllie Miss Rita Ellington Becomes Bride

: .' Hodges. Of Wilbur In Graham BaptistMiss
nn ______ Pink and blue floral arrangements Rogers
were used In the party;
rooms for the occasion. The The bride given In marriage: .. 13.5 CU. ft.
Rita Eileen
Ellington her father was attired Ina
gifts were displayed in a bassinet by RefrigeratorFreezerBig
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeonA.
taffeta overlaid with
1 with a tall stork placedat gown
Ellington of Graham and traditional organdy lace and [
\' one end. Wilbur W. Rogers, son of Mr. III :J
long sleeves of sunklst accented -
Miss Linda Strickland won freezer holds to
and Mrs. Willie Rogers of Rat- i up
.ia' The
with pearl buttons.
; Games with
the door
."., prizes were played by the 20 ford were united In marriage on raised waistline was accented I h 132 Ibs.
22 at 7 In the
p.m. with velvet bow. Her only
.., guests, after which refreshments Graham Baptist Church. Rev a lI 4 cabinet shelves, one
ornament was a gold cross
were served. Luther A. McGee of Jackson- necklace with a diamond. A slides out

ville performed the candlelight crown of pearls secured her ,,1 Twin vegetable bins

'4\\ .' +w Stork Shower ceremony.Decorating< the altar were handmade carried a veil carnation of illusion bouquet She E., I [ t .<< t I Only BOW wide

4 T Given For pedestal basket of white and
centered with cymbldlum
Mrs. Eddie Douglas yellow gladioli mums and car- orchid.A a

I Shirley L. Collins Weds Mr. RogersIn of nations branched against candelabra a background and home reception of the bride's was held grandparents at the- f_ Ii Ii1i :iS: $ 249

Midway Baptist Church RitesMiss Mrs. I'ddle Douglas was hon- greenery. Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Klv-
ored at a stork shower Tues- Hay Norman of Starke pianIst ers in Graham where arrange-
and A.J. Boles of Waldo, iiiiiiUiHiiliii iiU ii ., _
Chris Ilendrlx day evening I eb. 2, given by ments of white and yellow car-
Shirley I.ndonno Collins, McCallar.served as ring bearer. Mrs. Travis Woods, Mrs.Jerry soloist, presented a program nations and mums were used In Model TB.14SL
of Hev. nnd Mrs. W.O.
Maslowskl, Mrs. Lenten Mor- of nuptial music. .
Collins Allenhurst. Gn., formerly Following the ceremony, a decorating.Mr.
Mitchell Anderson of Ralford
HI and Mrs. N.I' Joynerat
gan and Mrs. Rivers greeted
reception was held In the church
uf Starke, and Harold the homo of the latter on served as best man and the guests at the door and pre-
social hall.
.r i Rogers III, son of Mr. and
Wilson lioad. ushers were David Rogers bro-
sented them to the receivingline
Hrs Harold It. Holers, Jr.. After a wedding trip to Jekyll -
( The gifts were arranged Ina ther of the groom, Michael composed of the bride and
of Uincsvllle, Ga., were unitedIn Island, Ga., the couple will bassinet centered with a tall Gordon of Ralford and Dennis and their
marriage on Saturday, Feb., reslde.at.Flemlng. Ga. stork. Games were played dur- Rogers groom The bride's table parents.was cov- Family sized Washer with

at 2.30: () p.m. In) tho Midway ing the party; hours and prizes Miss Sharlene Ellington attended ered with a lace cloth and
baptist Church, Midway, Ga. ,A awarded. her sister as maid of centered with a wedding cake.
'the( bride was given In mar- The refreshment table was honor. She wore an empire
this was flanked by gold candelabra Permanent Press
rlago by her father, and was gM1r covered with a beige cutwork aqua green lace and satin and arrangement of yellow -
attended by Miss Joan Swln- cloth and centered with a blue sleeveless gown and carried roses. Miss Glenda Adamsof
dolt;"maid of honor; and Mrs. r ;MG v el arrangement of mixed artificial !- yellow roses with green fern. Starke cut the cake. Miss
Jan Tanning, M.ns Alyce'Rogers (owers. Mrs. Maslowskl !Misses Sandra Ross of Ral Linda Crawford presided at the
bridesmaids, and sisters presided at the punch bowl. Pink ford and Karen Shaw of Lake punch bowl. Miss )Nancy; V\ets-
of tho groom; and Alias Vicki cake Butler served as bridal attendants F
and blue squares were senger of Graham kept the
Williamson, junior bridesmaid. topped with miniature baby gad- Miss Ross wore an em- bride's book. FILTER-FLO
Miss Sheila I'oppell was flow- pire lime lace and velvet -
gets. green Following a wedding trip the : _
er girl. Mr. sleeveless Miss Shaw
Among the guests were gown. couple will reside In Graham.
StePhen DeWitt served as best Robert Green, mother: of the wore an empir mint green bond The bride Is attending Santa
man, and ushers were Jan Fan- honoree, and Mrs. Howard ed knit with long sleeves. They : "
Fe Junior and is workIng
College -
nln Michael Shnrpe, and Wade \, \ w .
Douglas of Urooker. carried bouquets of yellow ros- at Rawling Elementary: \ Filler-Flo wash
The hostesses the es and fern. -- -==="
School in Gainesville as a teach- _. --= System
t DC WelcomesNew honoree with a baby strolleras Miss Call Rogers sister of er's aide. =---- -- .3 water-level

Members a memento of the occasion. the groom, was flower girl, The groom Is awaiting dis- selections
l wearing a pastel green dotted charge from the U.S. Army In 3 wash, :2 I rinse
swiss gown with short siceves. February and plans to go Into temperaturesPorcelain
""I\t\ v T. Weeks chapter, \ Joel Ellington was ring bearer. construction enamel
'. 0 met at the home of St. Marks Women'sGuild top basket and
Mrs u .A Knight Wednesday To Meet -----,--- tub
afternoon of last week with Duplicate Bridge Permanent Press
Mrs. i I.G. Powell and Mrs. .::: : Tuesday NoonThe NamedMrs. Cycle with

George leases Flynn Sr. as co-hos: : AdamsMartinEngagement Winners 'Cooldown'LOW .

Mrs. Lester Crews, vice- Woman's! Guild of St.
J.D. Odom Jr. and Mrs.
Marks Church will
the Episcopal '
president, presided over f
meet Tuesday, leb. 16 at 12 George Miller were the win-
meeting It was reported that
the chapter Is In need of a Mrs. R.E. Nettles: is announcIng noon In the Parish (House with s si ning couple at Duplicate Bridge t LOW !
where there
Tuesday night were 188
filing cabinet with lock: for their the engagement of her Mrs. Herbert Thomas as hos four tables in play. PRICE - _
historical records. Two new granddaughter, Linda Adam, tess.All T.A. Sundem and Mrs. Joe
members were welcomed Into to Donald W. Martin, son of women of St. Marks are
the chapter: Mrs. Emma Jane' Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Mar- Invited to attend; bring a sand- r Wilson were second;!Mrs. M.A. VVWA5400IJ
rod Hamilton and Mrs
Canova Push from the Patton tin, all of Starke. wich and a friend.
third and
Baldwin Jr. were
Chapter, Palatka, and Mrs.Kj. M.ss Adams and Mr. Martin ;
Mr. and Mrs. John Mussollne
duncan of West Point, Ga. both graduated from 1VIS' ;
Miss Norma Canova historIan :: she In the class of 1968 and were fourth Tuesday 30" Automatic Range
; The club meets every -
fmA s
read an article from :the he In 1967.Wedding. L night at 7:30: p.m. In the
UDC monthly magazine that the plans will be announced Pratt Street Recreation Cen-
12th state to join the ConC d- later.
eracj was Missouri. t* r
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During the social hour ."the r 1 COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC
Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns
hostesses served refreshments
Bradford County Hospital announces -
to the 18 members present returned Sunday after ten daysIn the following births: Birthday Party ALL PORCELAINNO

Glenville, N.C. For Carol DiggsCarol MATCHES
1;;::t- :-'( s:>.:'Z'X'X'm: <<.r -"$--;-/.1.- --4rf0+611GfgKP1661i91fi'rAUrY.Y,5Yfi" Mr. and Mrs. Russell. Lee LIFE TildE BURNER

;If BUDGET-WISe.. GIFTS. FOR.,YOUR SPECIAL .00 t Thomas Bryant, Starke Feb 2. a son, John Martha A. AlvarezTo I Diggs celebrated her o CHOICE CF WHITE OR

I:: ('7.V.//, ..U l n 1 J ) : Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Daniel Wed with eleventh a slumber birthday party Friday for night 12 CCPPERTONE

ri{ Ij 1 J J lM! Bishop, Lake Butler a son, Mr. Dawsey girlfriends.
The attended the movie
Abraham Daniel Feb. 3.

Rings Things,do 1 a, lot to Put a Sparkle o- J.M. Alvarez and Cassie M. the returned early part to the of Dlggs the eveningand home

lira Valentine. l Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arvllle Starling announce the engage- for refreshments and a spend- 'I +
Rhoden, Hampton a son, Mark ment and approaching mar-
fi Special!.For: Her J Edward leb. S.Historical. riage of their daughter Mar- the-night party.Editorial.

..... ..... tha Ann Alvarez, to Frederick 119Slade
I ... ff. Arnold Dawsey, son of Mrs.
qtTtfii h ark '. i: GroupTo Wynelle Dawsey. Page
S. ,
( l \ The wedding will be an event Omitted For
? See Old Bottles of April 10 at 7 p.m. at dIe

Ralford Baptist Church witha PicturesThe L_
\ Found In AreaThe reception Storm
Immediately after
the ceremony.All .

i'15uP' Bradford County; Historical friends and relatives are editorial page Is omit-
\ Society will moet at 7:30: invited to attend. ted in this week's issue to make
: p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, in the Miss Alvarez graduated from room for special picture cov-
Starke lIbr ry. Union County High School and erage of damage resulting from I
John Greene of Camp Bland- attended Lake City; Junior Col- twisters that bounced down in
s; : will discuss his hobby of lege. She Is employed with theVeteran's
SfwcialFor Hun ing, the Starke and Kingsley Lake
exploring for old bottles and Administration Hospital area Sunday afternoon.

STERLING'SILVER''' will display some of the most In Lake City. The regular editorial page Gas
Interesting he has unearthed !Mr. Dawsey graduated from and the final installment of the
r around old homesteads In Bradford Columbia County High School E.G. Hill diary will be resumed
I Signet RingsMany and Clay Counties. lie and is presently employed with next week.
will also discus the history WM. Crews & Son Plumbing.Mrs. .

r .. of area where he has explored.All .
t Stoneti''tpE?: : member and prospective
Choose From ". ""* members of the society are Mrs. John S. Large of Erie
: = ;
: ..:. t&f Invited to attend this interesting O.L. Haynes Jr. and Pa. was a guest of Miss Madge And Appliances

jf FROM $7...'. ..:. meeting.Mr. daughter, Anne visited Mr,and Middleton Sunday and Monday.

...-.-.... ,..,' Mrs. Bobby Welch at Fort Walton -
; Mr. and Mrs. John Myers
assaas ss.r and Mrs. Michael O'- Beach from Thursday to weekendat
attend parent's
Sunday. They were accompanied will
Brian and family of Miami
Mr B. Flagler College In St. 'Augustine -
were Saturday night guests of by George FlynnSr.
WILLIAMs.'JEWELRY"Starke' who visited Mr. and Mrs. over the weekend.Mr. .
Mr. and Mr. Charles Sawyer.
B.C. Kldd Jr also at Fort 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964.7701
Walton Beach, and Mrs. Mack and Mrs. Lowman Wea-
Mr. and Mr*. Robert Stefan-
Williams who visited Mr. and ver and Mr. Marc Jackson:
Jeweler elll and family of Gainesvillewere
Ll\rg Quality daughter were vlsitirgre-
Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Williams Jr. at Pensa- and
in Williston Sunday.
IWB cola. lativea
Mr*. Henry Stefanelll.

fage 2 Telegraph Fehruiry, 1 11.1971


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. .. . .. . . .. . Among those attending the j!.

funeral of Mrs. Ada Alexanderon
Tuesday of last week were :,
Mr. and Mrs. Ulman Jones of .
IbHA/g $ fcflL4u Floral City, Mrs. Fronle Wind- W, 'ke ,, '
ham of Wlldwood, Mrs. A.D. k 41 ,
Martin of Antioch, Allen Jonesof ? .. W l
Macclenny and Mrs. Claudia ,i r ,LYt-' .yFf \' I
- -,- - DuPuis and Mr. and Mrs. Er-
-- -- -
nest Hoggins of Alachua.
Mrs. W.T. Jackson and fam Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby bf4
ily. Sonny Loudon, and Bruce were In Perry Sunday visiting Mrs. A.G Loudon Jr., Mrs. '
Scott spent Sunday at St. Au- Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Dansby. Bobby Turner and Mrs. Grady +
tustlne and Marineland. Overstreet attended the (HairStyle

Mrs. Albert Sanderson of Fort Show at the Thunderbird
Rev. and Mrs. R.D. burch Lauderdale visited Mr. and Motel in Jacksonville Sunday.
attended Mr. Burch's class reunion Mrs. T.C. Chastain last Wed-
at Union Theological SemInary nesday to Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Charles Law-
Richmond, Va. last son of Tallahassee spent the
week, and also attended the George Cheshler is a patient weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Sprunt lectures while there. In Alachua General Hos- II,A, Lawson 4t
pital.ntuck9. i r iI
Mr. and Mrs. EWHayes '
-- were Saturday evening dinner "u N' W ''gyp <
/guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.A.

.. Weekly In Ocala. :

Local admittances to Brad-
ford County Hospital this week
I include: Mrs. Eva J. Beasley, e vV..p f
Macclenny; Mrs. Marsha Jean i I
;. ) Gee, Lake Butler; Mrs. Amy -

friedPecaI! (J t. McElrath Mrs. Hazel, E Keystone, Thomas Heights, Hampton -; Chief Buford and wife, Irmo, open gift presented
; and Mrs. Emma Hodges fellow firemen.
Mrs. Virginia Lee Browning,
Mrs. Blanche N. I Kennedy, Mrs.
Lillian Allen Ed R. Todd, JohnC.
Moody, Mrs. Edna Droff, Red Buron) i
Mrs. Minnie Gardner, Paul L.
S' Crawford, Hen Rowland, Mrs.
Lois Crawford, Joseph II. Bedford Firemen
"l ONLY Sr., and Mrs. Edna Mae
Eayre, Starke.

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow- Chief
Snack Pack son of Bedford Lake and Mrs. Retiring
Hazel Sellers of Burlington
N.C. were vacationing last week and Rating Bureau of
at Lido Beach, Sarasota. retiring FlreChletR.C.med) ville. A long time
2 Pieces Buford honored with din-
Chicken was a
of Chief Buford's, (
Mashed PotatoesAnd 79C Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin ner at the Starke Fire 1 Station of their
last Thursday, Feb. 4, given by many years
Jr. were In Orlando Sunday to friendship and the
Gravy Or
the firemen of his
Tuesday attending the Chevrolet Fire Department to
French FriesRo Chief Huford has served 33
- Dealers meeting. !Mr. and :Mrs. loss,
years with the city fire depart-
ed the retiring
Mrs. Edward Hudson of Atlanta ment and has been chief for the
fishing tackle bo\(.
Saturday umy Ga. is visiting her mo- past 30 years. City Councilman .
ther, Mrs. !Nelson; Green and Mayor Carl Hurst,who servedas en, chairman of the I. i /
family this week. master of ceremonies partment Committee
praised Chief Buford for his
Livers OR Gizzards ed Chief Buford with
Miss Wilma Alexander leadership and dedication to
79C guest of Rev. and Mrs. ".D. duty. Ills fellow firemen pre- which"Presented reads: to I
Dinner Martin In Antioch last Tues- sented the chief with a two-ton (Red) Uuford in II ;
day to Sunday teer electric Fireman boat Kay hoist Stone by Volun- for 33 years of J I >
City of Starke Fire
Mrs. Vergle Flynn was Sun- Approximately 55 persons attended ment."
day dinner guest of her sis- the dinner, Including Special guests' ('
Try Our Delicious Home Made ter, Mrs. Bessie Faxon, and firemen, volunteer firemen and his wife, Irma, :
Pies daughter, Donna, in Gainesville city officials, and their wives. Walter King and
Guest speaker E.B. CossIr.
Sunday. was
the Huford's
,I ., of the Florida Inspection

Hey. Men Let Crosby Lake Cemetery Fund

Totals $3,500; Goal Is $ ,

The newly established trust Mrs. Anthony i month'i:
fund for perpetual care of Crosby and Mrs. C.F..
Lake Cemetery has reacheda and Mrs. I..I1.
) total of 3512. accordingto Carrie 'Darby Hitch
an announcement yesterdayby E, Perkins, Mrs. Farl I)
A.J. Thomas! Sr., secre- ing, Mrs, C.'A. Futch,
tary-treasurer of the Crosby trunk, J.H. :
/ Lake Cemetery Association, and :Mrs L.G. Powell
--, 'i, Haas, Mrs. F.M.:
Inc.The funds have been deposited Alice Heglslcl'Ir.. '
and It Is hoped the total 11.. Libby, ('ol, ': !
will eventually grow to at least Francis Mere Dr. '1'. ;
Solve Your Valentine Gift Problem $20,000 so that Interest from and Mrs Ella Cottlo.
the fund will provide perpetual Mr. 'Ihomas said
ceipts from Die sale
maintenance for the cemetery
Hundreds of Gifts to Choose from, in all without the necessity of havIng are being placed at
to draw on the principal, a separate account
Price Ranges. Let us Help Select Mr. Thomas said.Contributors Is on hand to pay for
you have a choiceof ing of a well and
paying an annual fee Into the of water system
The Proper One. fund, ranging;! from '$10 to $25, start soon.
or a one-time contribution Anyone wishing to '
ranging from $100 to $1,000-- to the fund may mail
or even more, if so desired.So butions to P.O.
Q. 11 Iqtf I! far. annual contributionshave Fla.
ranged: up to $100, and
lifetime contributions up tol- :Melanie and Lex (;
\\I'I 000, the treasurer said. of Gainesville spent
) pi I Contributors to the fund so end with their
{ ; j far have been: John Torruella Mr. and Mrs. l.cx (;
,,: ( \ il 1 Miami; Mrs. Glen; Duke,
1 ;'i x t ,', } M u'I I Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. :Mary :Mrs. James :. :':
t Harriet Porch Ocala Mrs.
daughter are visiting
I II C. .
i J' ;1 -.....: EL. Biggs, Orlando; Miss Elise Mrs. A.C. Brothers ::
I'I", Jones, Gainesville; Mrs. Bethlehem, Pa, for
\1t. Gertrude Lemmon, :Mrs.S.S.
I Ys (f Powllng. and Mrs. Anna Alvarez -
i ir
I wx h all! of Jacksonville; and :Mrs. Pearl
I i ii ) from Starke; and vicinity--Ifuth tic Creek :Mich. Is
S. Frazier. Eva Anderson: Mr. and :Mrs JG!, ;.
T.C. Haenlr.? Mrs. Cljde II. this week.
Priest, :Mrs. F.F. Hume Florida -
Bank at Starke. :Mr. and :Mr. and :Mrs .I.D.
were In Tampa over
end visiting their
II'' last, and attending
I-air. i

9J r'I I.U, Col. and Mrs. V ,.I
ier were In Orlando

fs i and day pleasure.to Thursday on

\ Sheriff and :Mrs ',
dish and !Mr. and ::1.1
Irte1 (Green; spent Saturday
I 4Wl4 day at Cedar Key

t Misses Ginger
I Mary Alice Sanders
'Ml44 College spent the
Ginger's; parents, :Mr.
M. \, Baldwin, Jr.
a II II1
Mrs C. Richard
J inr iIr, Ili I Il family of Palatka and
) 111 :Mrs. ".n. l.alaye
re i
l \1// Jean Pierson of
\1I were Saturday visitors :
I Paul E. Canova Sr.



Published every
at 1M: 'W Call
/ Iii Starke Florida

II Second dim, "
I I at Starke.

Great Fashions! i : :
BOLDLY ETCHED The Subscription :
I costume dress looks fresh and In trade area: $ .
II 1I111H1I1II1II1I1I II } ( ,fim1nltatIllIlJl/1IImlJln i I / I j II,. I \ I Ij new this spring in fashion- year; J2.7J ala
endorsed cotton checks. A
] % Price Sale Now in belted jacket and matching Outside trade
Our Winter Progress scarf give added dash to this per yean $3.00 six "'
design hv The Sidnevi., --



.. .. the checking station. Ing that morning *or that reason lag in a palmetto clump and
3014.-Latoog Tanner's car keys and 874 ho thought It was impossible Mi arms were straight by his

;'., I."'(.o'",J!;" were found In his pockets, buta that Ms son could have side. Tannr's shotgun lay a-
""'7';, >'"" search of the car failed to known he had shot Tanner before bout six feet from his body.
locate the missing wallet. It he left.

was also pointed out In the Lowe said he felt no fear, bullet entered dead'cen
To Be "PushedHere testimony that the left rear because he did not know he had ter at the base of Ms skull ,
pocket where he habitually car- hit anything, but did become and emerged through the mouth. .
ried his wallet was unbuttoned.An frightened when informed of The bullet which left a hold ..'
expensive wrist watch remained the facts by Burkhalter and denied palmetto frond before .
through a
on the dead man's arm. having the rifle becausehe it hit Tanner was never .
Also clasped: In his right hand was afraid. '
Tuesday was a small pocket: knife with Tanner's body was discovered recovered.
which he had been cutting a
about 2:30: p.m. by William !
path through clumps of palmettos WIlkerNon' of Route 1. Box '
and otherundergrowthpre- 377, Lawtey who hunt
Lt. Gov. Tom Adam will attend { ?
that a new advertising zu K g i t sumably to reach better hunt- ing In the area with his father : :
to assist a Feb.In promoting 18 meeOnglnStark the completion brochure should be preparedand I tn' Y et1vf Ing ground down by the creek. A.J. Wllkerson. <. ,

of four-lanlng US-301 printed. He said 20,000 ( When Coroner Hutchinson Wilkerson said he spotted an Fi.L'CTh'M,
In the ',
Y asked for anyone else "animal trail" and started following -
from Wlidwood to Callahan. copies of a folder in color
it then Tan- "
Drive to further the 30J four woul dcost about 1IIOO and came upon
room to speak who desired to ner's body at the end of another Complete Repair
lanlng U being spearheadp4 by suggested that neaps of financlng be heard, the young man's father freshly cut trail that Tanner ServiceWIRINGHEATING "

the Starke-Bradftmt Commere.nwu': Cotmty'Chamber .>, that project should be -- Walter P. Lowe said he had apparently cut or widened .
developed. wished to state that his son about 20 feet into the dense .
begun last year under-former' was inclined to become hys- AIR CONDITIONING.
President Mac Baldwin and is -Heard brief talk First 71 DIP area.
by Award terical under pressure, but that '.' ,
Wilkerson said Tanner's body 24 HOURS
being continued In 1971 by President -. School Supt. Tom '
Casey on he was completely calm when '
stretched out straight on
MlMll'af was
B.F. Bud) a 964-8835 :
a proposal to build a swim. he arrived home from Bland-
his back with his head rest-
major project. ; ming pool at the high school. "You've certainly turned this Into a nice looking place," Bradford Improvement

Chamber Mizell Board announced'of Governor'at the He said a pool could be built Program Chairman Mark Jackson told Nurseryman Bob Cooper a* ht presented -

luncheon meeting last Thursday him with the Chamber of Commerce' first BIP Award for 1971 Monday DA

that Lt. Gov. Adams will for about '12,000, by using Cooper's Nursery hot been in operation for two months on North Tempi Ave Garden Nursery '

attend the session set next available equipment and the Cooper r.furnl.h.d! a vacant itrvico station, adding a new roof and a planting ::!!EST

Tuesday Feb.Inn 16,here.at 9:30 ajtn. help of vocational students. area. It will look even more Ilk* a nursery after Cooper adds his planned groonhaui .
at the Holiday and
suggested that ..
Purpose of the meeting Is to oa.ae.AtM \ Center .
businessmen might want .
to r
get together. many personaas I : '.
possible who are concerned back the project financially '1539 >K. Call Street '

about the future developement 'Art Sctiulz volunteered to Tanner Phone 964-5745 AND PET SUPPLIES
of US-301 and consider the four- Contempt
design the pool and to 'help ChargedIn
lanlng of the remaining str U: ,"' Death. .
ches vital to their community ;gain/ the approval needed by EARLY BIRD SPECIALS !

welfare. ': state authorities. CourtContempt
County (Cont'd from Page 1)chief's
"Hopefully by bringing all:*
Mizell presented f 0 r mer
Interests together, WI may president Mac Baldin with plaque widow was told that INII PLANT NOW PATIO
speed the four-lanlng-of 301
between Wlldwood and Bell- In recognlgltlon of his of court charges Eddie B. Williams testified he had hunted with Lowe on On :.
view and Callahan and Bald- services and the I latter against KUng Smith Griffis were about meeting Lindsey In several! occasions in Blanding. BOXWOOD Qt, Can .49 x>

win. We believe the development responded by thanking the added to three cases of writing Gainesville and coming to Lowe admitted. "I lied whenI JAPONICA Gal Can .99
of 301 will become vitally governors for their cooperation worthless checks when the defendant Starke, and being at the stationIn first talked with Deputy Burk- STONE
Important because of the tremendous and said he will continueto appeared intoxicated In question. Judge Yawn asked halter and told him I did not PALMS O.I. .99

growth and traffic expected work for the chamber.Rainfall. county court Tuesday the sec- the Jury to return an acquittalIn have a 284 rifle." He said he LOQUAR*!. .49 ALL STONESReduced
In our area In the next ond day of this week's session the case at this stage In also lied In telling Burkhalter
decade." with Judge Theron A. Yawn the questioning when Prose- that he had seen a deer run RED PYRACANTHA 1.49

The Bradford Chamber Is presiding. cuting Attorney George Pierce across an open area and had PODACARPUS O.I. 1.49 ]10%
working closely with State Sen. Crlffls was tried on one of said the state could not prove shot at It. "It was a hog,"
Bob Saunders on the 301 pro- the bad-check charges, andgiven guilt without a doubt since Lowe said In his sworn testimony PECAN TREES
(Cont'd from Page r 1) six months In jail whena .
ject. Saunders has promisedthe further evidence was only cir FLA. PEATBu.
local Chamber all the as- prlvlous week, Jan. 24 to Feb. six-man Jury found him guil- cumstantial. Clay County deputies had 4.6 Ft. Many Varieties Buford
assistance he can render In 2. ty of writing a $27 check with- Steven Lamar Whitehead was traced the trajectory of the Holly E.. C.
furthering the project. He was Sixteen forest fires in January out a bank account. Manager found guilty of unlawful speed bullet which killed TaMer and Reg. $5.50 $4.98 E. Bag 69( Ea.
instrumental In getting the lieu- burned a total of 126 a- Luke Irvin, Dottie Rhodon and and fined $28 or three days. established the point from whichIt $2.49

tenant-governor to promise to cres. Six were debris fires Gary Norman of Wlnn-Dlxle Appearing in his own defense was fired, some 60-65 feet Reg. 75 attend the meeting next Tues two were railroad fires there were witnesses for county pros- he admitted speeding, but to away, and found the cartridge Culftid
day. was one smoking fire and the ecutor George Pierce. less than the mileage shownon casing. This, together with G.I.
Ail chamber of commerce Forest Service listed seven After the first trial, while the ticket. Lowe's high-powered rifle, was Holly BLACK KOW'
members, city and county officials fires as deliberately set. the Jury was out, Judge Yawn sent to the Department of Law 49XTRA
along the strip of US- Weather outlook for this week directed sheriffs deputies to Enforcement In Tallahassee
301 concerned: have been Invited Is for near normal tempera- give Griffis a breathalyzer test which said the shell had definitely COMPOST
to attend the meeting. tures and humidity beginning and results showed the alcohol been fired by Lowe's SPECIALLIGUSTRUM .
level at .19, and .15 is con- rifle PEAR TREES sR
Friday with chance 49
a of show- $2.98 ea. I $1.29
In other actions during the ers by Monday. sidered Intoxicating, accordingto ELEVEN INDUCTED A note of mystery was Injected PEACH TREES E. II I a9

lunchwjii)( meeting Thursday Rainfall in January averaged Florida law. INTO SERVICEThe Into the Inquest whenit
the governors: 4.05 inches county-wide.; Just Yawn gave Griffis 15 day In was brought out by WalterW. USE PEAT AND BED MIX
Approved under the 50-year average for Jail on the contempt of court Whlttlngton, a Navy friend FOR SPRAY AZALEAS AND MULCH NOW ,
budget total. the month of 4.33 Inches. charge, to be served consecu- following men were and hunting companion of Tan- HEALTHYTREES TO PREVENT PETAL
log ;wi.900 for the fiscal called for Induction Into the
year tive to the six months' sen- ner, that the dead man's wal- :;
which started Feb. I, tence, and continued the other Armed Forces on January 27: let had never been found. AND
Derided to the Queen two worthless-check trials until Curtiss C, Mecusker, Jr. (volunteer Whittington said that Tanner 91 PLANTS
membership on the survey the next term of court. ), Peter D. Fancher m, was meticulous about carry- SPRAY ROSES AND MULCH NOW TO ,"

questionof Entry. Jimmy L. Sllcox Carl R. Cisco Ing his wallet containing Identification r'". P F PREVENT MILDEW AND
operating a Better Business On Tuesday morning, Tom George F. Browning, Ron- and money, on all BLACK SPOl
Bureau: section o f the: Lindsey was acquitted due to ald L. Dell, John A, Hawkins hunting trips and was never I isatTAH. ...
.(Cont'd from Page 1)) Insufficient evidence of break- Called for Induction on Feb- without It. Mrs. Tanner volunteered 6'01. $1.98 U ": A

c chi: i m her when afterdhsruxsion Ing and entering with Intentto ruary 1 were John E. Woods the Information that 11-ox. $3.39 L
court this PRICES.
of the homecoming commit (volunteer) Donald S WATCH OUR ADS FOR SPRING SEED
petit larceny and Sala-
the wallet had about $35 In It 'Ib. $A95
opinion on the year. She is the daughter of petit larceny. Similar chargeswere zar, William L. Moss,and Harvey when Tanner left home that _11 I l PEAS STRING DEANS LIMAS SWEET 8. FIELD "
and Mrs.
hJcd wertdlvldld Mr. Rhymer Howell dropped against Eddie B. Thomas. morning. 6-oz. Makes CORN GRASS SEED AND MORE I I1O
1002 Butler Road, Starke. N
-/lcMrd/ report by executive Sponsored by Norman's Williams. It was also pointed out that 16-a.l, Sor.v
\"'c! president: John Myers Strawberry Farm, Sharon is Testimony was heard from he would have had to have '

a 5-3 brunette whose ambitionis Service H.II. Huston station owner on Temple of the Ave-Gulf SELECTIVE SERVICE his wallet and Identification with % OFFALLirBfijLi & FISH ::
him to enter the reservation i I
Damage to become a model. nue and Brownlee Streets where TO CLOSE MONDAY
First entry In the '71 Straw- the pair had allegedly taken Local Board No. 18, Selective that morning, to get through

(Cont'd berry Beauty; Pageant set April change from the Service .,._...
from Page J 1) soft drink machine System will be "" """'" '
3 County during Fair the was annual Miss Bradford Robyn the weekend of January closed Monday, Feb. 15 for ::: *>>:::,:,ze, ;:;:;:::=;''::::::':;:::::::;:::::;:'::::::::::;::::::::*:::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::;:::::::::;:::::::::;::::::::::=::::x-: ::::;::::::::::::::::::. (::.:,x--:':' ;'::::' :: :,:::::: :': ::':, :,;,:,;.:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:" ,

Starke but damage there was 25. Washington's Birthday a National -
reported light. Llm'js littered Warren, 17, Starke also a bcn- Holiday according to :;;
SIl-16 north of Starke until lor at BHS. clerk, Mrs. Rhoda! Dampier.
cleared by the Department of The beauty pageant Is opento .
Transportation Williams said. girls 16 to 21 who live In landing A Smith-Corona

Rescue and recovery opera- Baker Bradford, Clay Put- can help ::.

tions went as smoothly as they nam, and Union Counties. (Cont'd from Page )1) NEW HOURS SCHEDULEDFOR ,
ever have, the CD director Entrants will be judged on SELECTIVE SERVICE
reported. About 60 volunteer natural beauty, to include fig- back sonville.to this area through Jack- Local Board No. 18, Selec- your teenager through school. If ,:

firemen and 147 other volun- ure, face, hair personality; tive Service is now closed on
teers reported to the Griffis and poise. Judging will be madeon FPL ,
officials said that dam- Fridays New office hours and {
Loop area."Everybody. appearance in bathing suit, age from Sunday's winds was days are Monday through I ,-
after 5 and
wear sportswear,
the worst experienced In this Thursday each week 8:30 a.
Just wanted to street clothes. area In seven years. On For- m. to 12 noon, and 1 to 5 p.m.
f fh
will be
Sponsors provided
know what to do and how to by syth Road two 60-foot poles fh
the Starke Junior Woman'sClub
do It," Williams told County were blown down, one brokenoff
Commissioner Zedra Hamilton. sponsoring organization, six feet above ground.Guidelines .
Crews were dispatched by if contestants are unable to
radio to patch roofs and remove secure their own. I ;
debris off houses. Starke Pageant entry blanks are available h oar 3r :'
at the Starke Cham-
auxiliary policemen blocked off "
sections of Grtffls Loop until ber of Commerce office March Given to Protect : I
5 Is the deadline to enter. <
power en lines companies off the road.could get fall- Mrs. Jane Adams Watson Purchasers of Mobile HomesAre i :. 'I

Orders were relayed from .berry queen In 1964-65, Is head-
the civil defense headquarters-... ing 1971 contest preparations. I I

at the Bradford Falrgr utMa.! planning to buy I
you a Construction Law, passed in
to the; Bradford Volunteer fire -, mobile home? More than four
1967 no mobile home be
may I
truck parked at Griffis Loop., DouglasNamed hundred thousand Floridians sold In Florida by a dealer ,
Crews were dl.patchedfJ'Ol : own mobile homes and the number unless it bears a seal of the I
the truck BCUFD Chief Haf
Is Increasing. Many peopleare Division of Motor Vehicles."
ry Green. buying mobile homes due This seal means that the mo- : I
Only complaint voiced by Williams to their convenience and economy bile home has been Inspectedand
concerned what h*termed ; owners Include retirees meets the required stan- :'
inadequate civil defense radio Brooker young newlyweds on limited Income dards. The seal has a sliver :
system. Clean up and recovery and many olberl.Commissioner background is small in size
crews were directed by radio of Agriculture and is located near the main I I
networks of the Sheriffs Department -
Mayor Doyle Conner said that num- entrance, approximately
and the Starke Police)
erous complaints are being received level. I
Department, Williams said.' : In the Division of Con- !
"It was the best coonUna-: Services
sumer regarding mobile -
ted effort we've ever had" Lowell Douglas was elected homes. A large number of Bishop recommended some fI I
the CD director says. mayor of Brooker with 39 votesIn these complaints center around additional guidelines to protectthe '
Touring the Qriffla Loop a- Tuesday's election, succeeding contract disputes and con- consumer before a purchaseIs
rea lueaday morning, Williams I long-time mayor Malcolm struction of the homes.poor made. For Instance Is the IUvuVUVVVUUi I
said what amazes him Is Harrell who was not a candidate The Division of Consumer living space adequate for the "
the Quick recovery mad by for re-election. Services handles a variety of family What I I. the style,of = ::
residents. lie ,to the furniture? Is the placement
pointed several Douglas was unopposed In his complaints. Some of these are VVUVVhiJUUVV
trailers which h*' said bid for the one-year term. handled of the bedrooms and bath- ;
the Division
by the
wire off their blocks Sunday Cold weather and lack of controversial complaint Is referred to or ano- rooms convenient? Is the air UUUUUUVJUVJULJUUUVJUUVJU 'I ITv I I
afternoon but conditioning and heating elec-
appeared completely Issues contributedto
ther the ,
agency proper
normal Tuesday Williams the lightest vote experiencedat authority. trical or gas? .

pointed out roof after Brooker In recent years. .
roof with patches or new covering Only 41 out of the town's more I
showing.Several than 200 qualified voters wentto "In the case of mobile home Bishop advised consumers for
residents wen still the poll. complaints the Division of Mo- their own protection to
replacing roofing Tuesday Shirley Green polled the high tor Vehicle. under the direction thoroughly read the contract

morning. vote In the council race, receiving of Arch Livingston has before they sign. All blank spaces
Assisting1\ rescue and recovery 40 votes for the one the proper authority" said Robert should be completed. Ver-
operations Sunday and year remaining on an unex- J. Bishop, Director of the bal promises aren't reliable. "
Monday were th* Sheriffs Department plrd term to which she was Consumer Services Division In In figuring cost. Include the
and Stark Police Department previously! appointed to fill a Conner' Department. monthly rent In a mobile home ,,
Bradford Road Department vacancy. Elected for two years Livingston's Division Inspects park Interest on monthly mobile
crews and equipment were J.R. Mott, 351; Carl Ed- mobile homes for construction home payments, amount of
the Starke Street Department, wards. 34 and A.B. Adam, plumbing, heating and electrical down payment cost of Installation -
Stark Utility Department, volunteer .33 TOWS.' Adam. and Mott are wiring to see that the United cost of a license amountof
firemen from Bradford incumbents. Edwards will succeed State of America Standards depreciation and costof mov Bradford County Telegraph J. ;

Coun'. Lawtey Hampton and Roy Carroll who did not Institute Code of ConstructionIs ing.For ;
Brootor. tile Florida Forestry seek r-lction. met. consumer complaints,
Service. the State Department Incumbent Clerk Tommy Cox Livingston emphasized the contact the Division of Consumer -

of Transportation, tile Florid was unopposed) and received Importance the Division of Services, Florida Department (AUTHORIZED SCM DEALER)

Highway Patrol ant, the 147..-,, 39 votes for another oneyearrnr Motor Vehicles Seal being on of Agriculture and Consumer ._.:
volunteer elttsans. i' '41- .,. metals'home.. He said "Un- Services, the Capitol rye
der the Florida Mobile Home Tallahassee.

Page. 4 Telcgrapfi February 11, 1971

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Have Plan Stick to It For Modern Landscaping So often, these days, so
many of sacrifice so much*

'I What Is CUBB ? Ornamental planta play an with the rest of the landscape home Is to choose the right Texture also plays an Important to make "h>'"..money-to "hit
Important role In landscaping and a few trees to frame the plant for each location, says role In space relationships. the JacKpoi'/ : of tame or fortune 1'
your home. In addition to being house and to provide shade. Dr. McElwee. In general ever Coarse textured plants tend --and we i Ignore the Inner M ,,
headquarters In Starke, In the ago assistance. Of 8.371 age decorative, ornamentals serve The lawn area should give an greens may be used for back to minimize space while a fine tanging that is our soul. y,
By Barbara Hill, two-story building behind the 25 and over, ,1,247 had less a variety of practical functions. open view of the house, the ground, screen plantings, accent textured plant creates an Illusion Somehow; we think( that this
old courthouse. In addition to than eight\ year education, or They provlce shade, screen unattractive center of Interest In the overall plants, or, >In a few cases, of more space. Gen can waif"until". have made
ClaY, UnIon Baker, Bradford Director Rlos. Mrs.Elaine Mc- 19.4 per cent. F1tty-; ve par- views, help control plan to frame a garden doorway. erally speaking, fine textured ourselveir secure'ln success. .
' Economic Agency, Inc.. better Bride, deputy; director Is located cent were rejected! by selective erosion. Improve the environ- Service areas Include garage, Deciduous or leafy trees are plants are best used In small But, who knows the day and
Known as CUBB- What Is Iff In Green Cove Springs. service.In ment and separate speclflc a- driveway and any outdoor store best for shading and framing areas. Medium and coarse tex h- of hir-deal.Ft ?
Why doe It exist For conduct and administration 1968. there were 251 bltthi reas of the property, says Extension age or garden areas. It Is well the house. Plants should be tured plants serve to accent
Like other "Initials" agencIes the federal share of the pet)'earaccordlngtothehealtt. Ornamental Horticulturist to separate this area from pub chosen for their aesthetic qualities design. irree.rw.
such as OEO and HEW, proposed) 1970-71 budgetla$36451. ,- department, with a 2.4 per cent Dr. E.VY. McElwee. lic area with trees, shrubs such as form, texture and Approach home landscaping .'.'' t'
CUBB has a familiar ring, but The non-fedrrrel share Is Infant deaths. In the county The first step in developing and other plantings. color In relation to their usefulness the same way you would approach -
few persons to whom I mentioned listed at $6,030 for administration were 4,019 homing units, 596 a landscape plan Is to make a The private area may be an In the overall landscape other forma of home DR. D. W: vOPTOMETRIST
It knew much about the which Is mostly donated or 14.6 per cent of them sub scale drawing of your property.; outdoor living room of sorts. plan Improvement<< advises Dr. Mc
four-county; poverty;: organization. goods and services, according standard. County population was Include the proportional slz.*. It may contain a patio, child Form of a particular plant Elwee. Blend aesthetic qualities
to Rlos-- including a 9.569 white. and.287 Negro, and location of all permanent ren's ploy area and a large can be used to accent a certain of plants Into a pleasing picture Announces he la now InMs
Director Nelson Bios describes specified amount for building and I Japanese ob.ects--house! garage, walks open lawn. It Is usually a good point. Plants with uprightor -- one whch has unity; new offices.
CURB as a community; rental. These statistics, CUBS I believes end drives, and divide your Idea to separate this area from pyramidal forms can be balance, accents, and Is In scale
It Is classified Charles F. Holmes of Greet Into three public and service and used to
action program. show the need for sulatance grounds areas-- public areas accentuate heights with surroundings. Located At.
as a "private, non-profit ore Cove Springs is chairman ot here tn raising the or front yard, service, from your neighbors. Plantings Spreading forms emphasize
ganization." CUBE Is funded 'the 38 member governing board. economic level. Programs the and private or back yard. will serve as a screen and will space, while weeping, forms help e 207 S. Waltot: Street
by the Office of Equal Opportunity Of these, !12 are public representatives use to do this are the neigh-) The public area, which lies provide shade, reduce road to minimize heights. Other TAe low' mileage used car Phone;:. 311SUrke.
of the U.S. Departmentof 12 representatives borhood service centers, head- between the street and the noise and lessen the dust and forms, such as round or oval, gray not be the best buy. ..Fla.
Health, Education, and Welfare of the poor, and 12 representative start. and food and house, should contain an open dust particles In the air. hold attention !In one place and Spending to much lime /in
an agency of the United of private groups. Twenty- medical service.emergency lawn area, a foundation plant- Perhaps one of the most difficult keep the eye from wandering parking tots can be awfully
States government Stated pure one are white, 15 Negro, and II) ing to make the house blend tasks In landscaping your about the landscape. hard on the fenders.
of the four-county; agencj have Income below the poverty
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Is to raise the economic level ; line. Total population--all -- -
of the area.Activities. "rural"--of the four counties
sponsored by CUBB served la 53.000.
are to "relieve unemploymentand cither pertinent "Bradford
tmderomDto9m,9ntprob-, ) County statistics usedJn CUBB.
lame,, which is the underlying planning list 4,2:01:; fancies, .
root of poverty;: In the area; 0966))..1.271 ((3:III per cent) withan '
Increasing public service to Income less than $3,000. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
the poor from state and local In the Income bracket between
agencies, better communi $2,000 and $2,999 OEO lists
cation, and Increasing end utilizing 435 families; from $1,000 to ,
recreation facilities for $1,999, 426 families; and 243
the poor." families in the county with an
Administration, Head Start, annual Income below $1,000.
neighborhood service centers, 1968 figures from the Florida -
and a new program; emergency Industrial Commission show FORD TEAM ITE SALE !
food and medical service, 3,066 males and 1,565 femalesIn
are the four divisions of CUBB. the civilian labor force, age
Each of these works with 14 and over. At the same time
and through referrals with local males had 5.4 per cent un
and state agencies:welfare, employment, females 4.2 percent
health department food com-
modifies and food stamp pro From the Bureau of Economic
grams, and employment ser and Business Research of

vices. the University, of Florida,there .'
Budgets are set up separately were 4.900 under 18, with 10
for each of the four divisions. per cent receiving AFDC pay
For administration foi ments. Of 1,400 age 65 and o-
the four counties, COO has ver, 31 per cent received old- .,




of numerous inquiries liar or identical products be FORDS &TOWNOS ; '
concerning franchise or distributorship too great Find out if replace-
Commissioner ment or repair of the productIs
investments, '" '=" <,.,' MAKES OUR
of Agriculture Doyle easily obtained.Ask the com- > "
Conner warns Floridians to take pany for names and addresses GREAT FORDS .
of other franchise holders EVEN BETTER '
precautionary measures to pro .
,. .,
tect themselves from being and check with several of them. BUYS
swindled. If the company refuses this
Franchises are currently a information, don't sign the con t R '
prominent part of the American tract. -
economy. A franchise Is 91 Y
basically a contract betweena Other questions that shouldbe t
company and a consumer answered are: Is the pro-
which gives the consumer special duct already In production?
privileges under specified What is the delivery date of .
; terms and obligations. the procudt Is the deliverydate Iw' .
Legitimate franchises provide specified In the contract? .q
a small investor with the Is delivery guaranteed? Will r '
opportunity to be selfemployedunder your money be returned It ade- H
the Image of a succes- quate delivery is not achieved? t "' ,'s.,
ful corporate name. However, It was emphasized that con- .. .' .
not all franchises are legiti. .aucoers should know the termsof ., >'! .,
For Instance :
mate. the franchise. ,
Prospective buyers of fran is an exact geographical area ,
chise or distributorship should to be covered, or is a specified ,: t' ..
be suspicious of any "get rich sale quota required? ". ,.. .
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quick" approach. Unscrupulous It was also pointed out that .. /
franchisors prey on the savedor certain products are more difficult zyhak. v .f /
borrowed money of trusting to sell than others and
people. that a prospective franchise .
The Consumer Services Division buyer should be qualified to

has complied some handle the product. Having sufficient ,, ..
/ / .
guidelines for prospective buyers capital to begin the business ,; '
of franchises, based upon Is also necessary. ,' .
numerous complaints received. It is always wise to consult ,:' .. .
A prospect should know how an attorney Ora banker before .
long a franchise operation has paying the substantial sum : .' .
been !In business and check most franchises cost. .
the company's flanaclal structure For Information or com 0
and net worth. Also, check plaints regarding franchise operations -
the past business experience write the Division i
of the officers and directors, of Consumer Services, Florida
and find out how long the pro Department of Consumer Ser- "
duct has been on the marketand vices, Florida Department of
It !It Is acceptable in the Agriculture and ConsumerServices -
The Capitol, Tallahassee.
franchise area. S
Win the competition of sim .
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I duction. The telegraph finds It necessarytltute to In- I
t nominal i charge for the use of. jlhoto- |

I graphs. for Mnooncemento and engagements'< ,

I oar society W- The following rates will apply; ,


Ford Explorer Special
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CUSTOM- Free Power Steering and Power -- -;
AIRLY UAED FOR WEDDINGS) ._ $5.00 Brakes on Galaxie 500 and Torino plorer.SpecIal Pickups. They

I 500 White Sale Specials! Order "JJ work like trucks, ride like gars

I'W. tp'make no charge for engagement I either with vinyl roof, whitewalls and have the roomiest:' cabrS. ,

announcements er wedding write-ups I wheel covers, special inside and around. Now Cruise-O-Matic

t where no photograph' are required. shift, air conditioning, otheroptions
outside trim special color .get
la discouraged as ,
The use of color photographs I Galaxie I 500 Hardtop sale : .
the free power steering. Also add air priced. :
they do not reproduce as well)) aa black and white. I
Please submit black and white photographs, Ifpossible. conditioning, visibility group, tinted Manufacturer's suggested! retail,
I glass, automatic seat back release, ,0000"i>. prices now reduced up to. $308 when
1 11n deluxe seat belts (Torino) .get :; JlTJ I you buy a luxury-equipped E)tplprertree
handle wedding articles efficiently .. '
order to "M.i. "" Special
I The Telegraph request. that all Information be power front disc brakes, too. PIckup:1. .

submitted no later than noon Monday following :' .
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weddings !"
I the wedding. Accounts of occur : '
more than tw.o week before date publication I
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cannot be nsed. Printed wedding Information '
forms may be obtained. at the Telegraph office

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2 Innocent oII I BBS BHS Nine In 2nd Week Of Practice "."

Bradford's baseball team has ketball season, however," basic fundamentals' Allen :=
StudentsSet entered Its second week of ser Coach John Allen said. said.our "A lot of boys are playIng ". .:
ii, ious practice preparation for home positions they've never' =:
After DWI t All of Bradford's games '.
ForDebate their March 9 opener with will start at 7:30, except those played before, but they're adJusting -
Bolles.At played on Saturday. Saturday's real well."Fernandina .
the games will start at 2 p.m.. is expected to
present there are 18
The Tornadoes will have games be top dog in the conferencethis
out for baseball
ooys eight of
them lettermen. on Tuesday, Fridays and Saturdays year, but Palatka and Green
Trials Here "Another 10-12 boys are expected Coach Allen says Cove should" have real strong

to come out after bas- "We've been Just practicing teams also.

A Jury found a 53-year-old Ann Gllsson, who served Wooa Five Bradford High studentsare a a e e a e a-,---------aaala..... ...
leer salesman, Raymond K. boor at a tavern immediatelybefore preparing to debate In the "
Wood, Gainesville, innocent of his arrest t annual Florida Forensics I .' .
trlvlng while Intoxicated In Barton also used testimonyof t. Speech Tournament set Satur- I''

County; Court Monday. Billy Nocgol, Adro Brown ), day, Feb. 13, in Palatka. I
Wood had been arrested by and Ernest W. Allen concern- Roxie Rodrlgue, Lee Harden- Have Your Bills
Starhe policeman Pat Henry ing the reputation of the defendant brook, Dona Christopher, Kathy ri
last Kept, 17 on DWI charges for honesty. Faulkner, Joe Scanlon, and Rebecca -
and wan given a breathlyzer Another Gainesville man, David Zack Edward with st..r which won the grand championship McMillan have spent I "
eat b Trooper Sam Bur- Plnkney, also tried on a at the State Fair /livestock show. 'many hours preparing their essays .
lett. County Prosecutor George DWI charge, was found inno- under direction of Mrs. 1t7 Got You All ::
Pierce used their testimony cent by a Jury later Monday afternoon Jule Fuller, BUS speech and
in presenting his case. in County Court. Edwards Steer drama Instructor.
Defense attorney I'hllltpHar- Testimony of Trooper Bur- Dona and Kathy will form the -
ton, Gainesville,put Wood on the nett and Cecil Moody, county; (Cont'd from Page J 1)) affirmative team and Rebecca
stand. Tho defendant admittedhe jailer, to support the charge and Joe in opposition, Mrs. I Tied I IV :
had a few drinks but denied that Pinknoy had been under Young Zack also showed the year-old. lie has also shown Fuller says. Lee and Rode
he was under the Influence the Influence of alcohol when grand champion steer at the grand champion steers In the work as the back up team assisting -
of alcohol at the time arrested by Burnett last Sept state fair In 1966 and 1969 Ocala and Madison fat stock with research and stay-
of l his arrest 26 on US-30I. while competing as a 4-11 mem shows and has four reserve ing ready to fill In If an emer- Up In Knots
Wood's testimony was cor- Former County Attorney Gene ber. This year the state fair champions to his credit gency occurs. I !
roborated by William Dukes, Shaw represented Plnkney, and attracted 79 entries from 4-11 The students will debate one :.: :
Gainesville, a passenger In concentrated his defense on apparent Club and FFA youths over the Zack's brother, Tom,and sis- of three propositions all of I .
tVood'a car at the time of tho discrepancies in the state. For the first time 4-11 ter, Sue have also been activeIn which relate to the pollution II .
arrest It was also supported tests applied to Ms client. and FFA cattle competed against livestock show competitor problem. They will try to answer I I II
Sy Wood's wife, who said Wood! In other action Monday before each oilier In different Between them the three Ed- the Question, "How can
was sober a few hours' before Judge Thoron A. Yawn, Cur- age classes. wards youngsters have won our physical environment best
the incident, and by Georgia tie Hampton was found guiltyby every major show In the area. be controlled and developed?" "
a Jury of driving while intoxicated Zack's steer this year brought Two other BUS students, Dale 4:::::::::: :
$1.40 pound from Lykos Bros.
Jan. 24 and of attempting Sue will show an Angus steerat Johns and Brad Carter, will I I
to elude a police of- of Plant City the North Florida Fat Stock join the debaters on the tripto

WATCH FOR ficer. It was the fifth grand champion Show and Sale In Madison Feb. Palatka to participate in
Judgo Yawn fined Hamptor steer Zack has shown. lie first 22-23 where she has previously other areas. Johns will vie .. ,
$150 and revoked his driver's won the state fair as an 11- shown a grand champion. for honors In extemporaneous .
license for 90 days on the first division and Carter will com-
SWARMINGTERMITES charge and fined Hampton $75 pete in the area of original

on the second charge.A Country Music Study Of Law oratory with a humorous h I
jury found Helen Norman speech. '; '
guilty of assault and battery Park Slated Doesn't ,',
Help I I
against complalntant Myrtle < If Yes. Do Something :
Young. A pre-sontcnce Inves- Check
Near LawteyA ChargesF.C. r 1
tigation was ordered by Judge
Yawn. quested' the case be tried by z "
i Charges of assault and battery Blue Grass Special Coun- Atkinson Jr., on trialin the Judge. Open an I _
against Joyce Walker were try Music Park Is being con- County Court on four countsof
dropped Tuesday when the pro- structed by a group of Jackson- writing worthless checks, Trespassing charges against I I
Robert Ellison Donaway, Thomas -
ville men on the Benny Wilkinson was found guilty Wednesday of
secuting witness could not be Account with
Wade Hall, and William K. :
found farm on the Ferguson Poad! all four and sentenced to six
Itonuld L. Magyarl pleaded near Lawtey.It months for each, to run con- Coleman were scheduled for
Wednesday morning. Donaway
weekend of currently.On .
the '
guilty (to fleeing or attempt- will open forfeited bond of $26, and did .-:
23-24, Friday and Saturday FIRST FEDERAL
Into elude a police officer. April
the second and third not appear. Charges against
i OR Ho was fined $76 or I 15: daysIn according to Ken Clark i I ,
BETTER STILL leader of tho Merry Mountain counts, Sam McCutchen testified Hall and Coleman, representedIn I
jail liy Judge Yawn.A .
Boys of Jacksonville, and Don- to cashing two checks for court by Miss Frances J
- LET"iORIDA charge of allure to have ald Wilkinson, the two men Atkinson August 10 and 11, 1968, Wright, attorney of GaInes- of Starke Today I II 0'
his vehicle under control was organizing what they call a so he could pay two boys who ville, were dropped. :
had been helping him with a BUS students from
Eighteen ,
James George; music park.
dropped against country
Mack. A related case against Clark stresses the entertain- moving Job that weekend. Mc- Mrs. Thelma Thornton's his- and worries
Cutchen who runs a pool hall Wed- I put
David Junior Knight, who had ment will be strictly bluegrass tory classes, attended the your
: 01. previously plod guilty to driv- country performances and gos- and restaurant In Lincoln City, nesday morning session of I
said he'd ak-ranged for the two
county court, and watched a
s ing on the wrong side of the pel groups. :
CHfMKMCO. boys to help Atkinson. Other variety of dispositions in the Behind You!
Nashville Tennessee
road, was also dropped. performers I
CHECK YOUR HOMEfREE witnesses were Mrs. Ethel L. cases. '
connected with the Grand
Atkinson, mother of the defen- '
.Jurymen empaneled for this Ole Opry will at tile In Atkinson's >. t
appear dant, and John Grant trial, he was .'..'
week's trials were Robert Scott, grand opening of the country charged with giving Gilbert N. t .
William G. Graudon, Edgar C. music park scheduled May 21- Goldwire of Winkler's Appliances -
Dukes, Robert! L. Autrey,Larry In the fourth case before the ou\ HOBRaiMON. '
a worthless check for$26.68in t
Deverlck, James Christmas, 22.Bands to perform at the Initial Judge, Atkinson was found guilty payment for television re- THURS.. -1....u J,."
Why Take Chances Henry U. EastorUng Marvin opening, April 23-24, Include of writing a worthless checkto pair. He maintained he had only rria.r.r...to 5; r.
G. Brown, Virginia Kelly Lee, Clark's Merry Mountain Home's Grocery In Hamp- given the check to Goldwire : I.
CALL Marlon D. Gassett, Glen Shu- Boys, Jacksonville; Sounds of ton August 61968, for $12 July 27, 1968 to "hold" until / T &$k e j SAVINGS'*" I LOAN ASSOCIATIONSTARKE .! I \
ford, Jessie Lee Harbor, Horace the Blue Grass, Jacksonville; In exchange for groceries. lie the "deal" between Whispering StaaJ '
told how he had been in Mac- Q)& !; teeerM : t
9G4-5745 A. J Kriowlcs S.H.Johns CI, Birch Family, from Georgia; Pines Motel owner and him
Wayne Illnson, and Theodore R, the Dixie Ramblers, Gainesville el enny Hospital for treatmentnot self went through. Goldwire -_.7/wlsruen0Nn.or ;/":" I 1I
long before the "002100'
Young. the Georgia-Florida BlueGrass worthless stated that the check was giv- ,... .
and Don O'Neal and the check writing period, and could en in
CRY IU _.......... ,_ .i Fox Hollow Boys from Mel not remember the many transactions not for any payment other for services, I
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,301 DRIVE IN come Non-professionals to audition starting are wel-at Atkinson stated he had 21 i I

10 a.m. Friday, April 23, according months to serve in Rallord on
Show Begins At Sundown to Clark.Scheduled his present sentence, and the
to appear at the six months in county Jail from
grand opening May 21 Is Mac this week's cases would be
Friday, Saturday Feb. 12, 13 Wiseman of Nashville, Tennessee. served at the end of that time. '
On Saturday, May 22, both FT4CENTER
Double Feature Wiseman and Jimmy Jesse and Atkinson
who has been
.,. .,., ",01 IW'illl MAVll "i. "np'A The Virginia Boys of Grand law In the 23 months studyIng he's-
Ole Opry will appear.A been 120 COURT S T,
'iUPT I 4LNNIOwPPUW"' IONSINATRAis serving a sentence for 1
60 x 100 foot building Is'
forgery, was l his own legal counsel STARKE
being erected on a 15-acre site
and on the fourth
on the Wllkison farm. Seating waived trial by Jury and case, KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER OWNERS
capacity is expected to be approximately re-

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: Near* And Activities From w: II BHS Wins

:; THE '

second half by Doug Brown oft r,'J. ___ ;i t They Did It !

the Mod Boys made the difference : ;
': Mallqerl or sponsors of as the Mod Squad closed I

teams who are planning to enter the gap and the Rebels went .
; team In the Men's Recreation
. a down for the first time ..'
Softball League this year down for the first time. Brown .
. ire Invited to attend a meetIng finished th* night with 26 points '
scheduled for Thursday and team mate Kent Graudon
: Feb. 18, 7:30: p.m., at the Recreation 20. John Powell was high for :" oust Of the six first half baskets A N {
Department on Temple the Rebels with 18. Gray Flynn wingman Charles Wright
Avenue. had ll.The. has four. "He carried us in
The meeting will be an Informative second game saw the A hustling Bradford High varsity the first halt." Sexton said Bolles Game r

one and will help the Bold Ones have Just three players basketball team broke a 14 giving high praise to Wright's
teams and also the Recreation on the scorebook but their game losing streak Friday. Feb. effort. Score by Quartera-
Department to finalize points were good for 68 points 5, to hand Palatka South a 63- BIIS 8171619 57 r
their plans for the upcoming and a victory as they downed 57 defeat. It was the Tornado BHS opened against Bolles Bollesl7 17 20 7 61
season which Is tentatively Flve-O, 68-63. David McRae LIf five's first win of the season, with Its full court press. But
scheduled for April. The Roc had 36 points, Donnie Burch one that seemingly would never the Bulldogs had obviously BHS- Johns 0-0-0, Wright 5-
against it and workedIt 4-14. Kelly 0-0-0, McGee 0-0- At43cCh'loT
Dept. needs to know how many 29, and Jimmy Alvarez 3 for all come. practiced
team plan to enter. of the Bold Ones points. Ed- II Big difference In Friday's for a 13-4 early advantage 0, Ricks 1-3-5 Henry 4-2-10
There have.been several requests ward Knight Jumped in 25 and game before their home town before BIIS abandoned the mea Robinson 6-0-12 Murphey 5-
The Mark fans was the large amount of sure. 5-15 McKinney 0-1-1. Totals
Patray had 14
field points for '
Moftba11afield. "
Dept The the losers. .' hustle shown by the Big Red Bolles sneaked a man down- 21-15-57.
will not be available for another STANDINGS Rebels 2-1 Mod team. It was more hustle than court repeatedly throwing the
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three weeks. Repairs are Squad 2-1. Bold Ones 2-1 FlveO the basketballers had displayedall long pass down court for an BollesPineda 0-0-0 Nel-
being made to the facility and 03. season. Coach Mike Sexton easy basket son 2-0-4 Paxon 1-1-3 Holland Johns
when completed the field will said after his boys had soundly The Tornadoes on the other 7-9-23 Hand 0-2-2. Goldsmith -
be made available to the teams. DRAW-TITE HANDS ', beaten a Palatka South team hand blew too many easy bas 4-0-8, Ditto 2-1-5. Civ- About Thin Otratloa;
.. i that has been having a good kets, failing to convert the han 6-4-16, Totals 22-17-61
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL FIRST LOSS ; d season. points at crucial times. "We couldn't have had a fire
.'._ '_ PALATKA GAME at a worse time during the
'u ._ That
added hustle
Tentative plans call for an Draw-Tite -- Itself -
organizational meeting Jn April, suffering in the Job the Tornadoesdid BIIS ended with four men Christmas shopping season
Exact date and time will be their Badcock only loss of the seasonto Tim Murphey fight far rebound In Polotkq game. on the boards. Senior Dean scoring in double figures. Tim Score by quarters: which spells the difference between -

announced later. first Furniture in their BHS dominated the boards in the first half in beatingthe Johns playing by far his best Murphey led with 15 points Bus-16161714.63 profit and loss for the
meeting came to play game of the season accorlng Wright had 14. Fred Robinsonhad Pal. 8 15 17 17 57 3 ear Would Business Interruption
Wednesday Feb. 3, as that Braves. to Coach 12, and Malachi Henry 10. Insurance have paid the
STARKE BUILDERS Sexton led the Tornadoes
LEADS LEAGUE handed undefeated Badcock in rebounding with nine. Steve Holland scored 23 BUS Johns 7-3-17 Wright payroll and net I earnings until
With Just two games left, their first loss 73-57 In men'sbasketball. Junior Fred Robinson who the points, top performance of 3-0-6 McGee 1-0-2, Kicks 2- business coulJ be rosumedV"Ckitrley
night to lead Bolles. Andy Giv- 2-6 Henry 6-2-14 Robinson
Starke Builders Supply leads coach says can himo like a
Draw-Tlte led all the way han has 16 for Bolles. 5-0-10 Eo
Murphey 3-2-8. Totals
the Bantam Boys Basketball going out at half-time, 34-25. grabbed eight rebounds
League with a 5-3 record two Draw Tlte put six men in dou- ; Malachi Henry who Both teams hit around 70 27-9-63. AGENCY
games ahead of the nearest ble plays In the back court,grabbedsix
figures Richard Chandler
: per cent from the free throw Palatka Johnson 9-3-21:! ,
and the sophomore had four.
team. 16, Christy Chandler 12. Julius line as fouls were evenly di- Hunter 4-2-10 Golden )
would The Tornadoes 0-0-1) 131 So. Walnut St.
One victory repeatedly
more sew Chandler
12, Harold Chandler vided. BITS hit 15 of 22 charIty
the Championship for Build rebounded their own missed Alexander 1-5-7 Anderson 1- Phone '<<-60101IIIrs
up 12
Harrington Chandler
11, and shots and Bolles hit 16 0-2. Merritt 2-2-6, Sheppard
Thursday Feb. 4 Conner shots.
ers. Willie Banks 10. "We took better of 24. 4-3-11. Totals 21-15-57. :! :' IttiY __
Insurance even their record to Badcock spread points a percentage
over shot" Coach Sexton said. "We w --
5-5 with a win over Koch nine men with Rick Turner s s -
Drugs. 44-35. Ed Watts with got them because we hustle<
high with II points and Marcus
18 points and Samuel Pittman Rhoden next with 10. The coach pointed to the fact Sale Ends =

with 12, led Conner. Dale Haas Draw Tlte shot 37 per cent that his Tornadoes often got .
was high for Koch with 17 pts. for the night as Badcock could two or three shots against the
Starke Builders Increased taller Palatka five because of
make only 35 per cent of their
thett league lead with a 32-25 their perslstant scrambling ebrud..yviiiI
shots. The win by Draw Tlte
win over Goodman's Standard and the loss by Badcock tied for the rebound.:
Oil. Frank Bennett was high BHS completely dominated the
two teams for first place.
with 22 for Builders while Ran- t fist boards in the first half. SALE I
dy Martin had 9 points for Kitchens Tile gained its first Johns led the BUS scoring
Goodman's. victory of the season downing with 17 points, Henry had 14,
STANDINGS: Builders 5-3; Town Finance in a thriller and Robinson 10. But the scor-
Goodman's 5-5; Conner Ins. 5- 6564. Town Finance had the ing was further balanced by
5; Koch Drugs 37. best of it In the first half as Tim Murphey's 8 points and
they led 31-29 but the Tile with wingman Charles Wrightand

SENIOR LEAGUEThe boys came back in the sec- center Jimmy Ricks each A44DNE EcDELrJ D ttnri1s'FOAM O
; ,. ,a1
ond half to outscore Finance - hitting 6 points."A .
Rebels fought hard to 36-33. good balanced effort. We

remain undefeated but the Mod Bruce Jackson had a big night put It all together with a balanced
Squad was not to be denied as for the winners as he poured In Spurs CagersBHS attack from the field
they handed the Rebels their 25 points. lie was helped out and on the boards."saId Coach ::.; INNERSPR1NG
first loss 57-55. Tuesday.Feb. with a good effort from Sexton.
2, In Senior League cage play. Whitehead who finished Danny with bond members showed up Friday night to play His Tornadoes have been car lg-s c-ca or

at the Tornado-Palatka basketball game her, apparently playing good enough In the
The Rebels looked as though 21.STANDINGS past six or seven games excepting RUBBER
to drum some spirit into the winless BHS five .
another Badcock 3-1
they had victory as they : the Santa Fe game to
f I eased into the half 29-2/1./ but Draw Tide 3-1. Town Finance The band was loud but effective. BHS won it's (first win. The BUS five had been
the 22 points outburst 'In the 1-3. Kitchens Tile 1-3. game. beating people from the field limited

and getting beaten from the
floor It proved extremely difficult -
to dig that first victoryout
"Our objective was Just to of the bag, but the coach J995
Red stay close and tie them. If we hopes now that future wins will ,
Baby Cagers could tie them we knew that come easier.

they would have to play our kind Using a press from the openIng -

of game." Jump ball, Tornadoes Dean Our finatt, value 'In over half 95
During the second half the Johns Tim Murphey and canlury of' Outlay" Manufacturing/ 9
Tornadoes did catch wind and Charles forced turnovers by 49
Win Nos. 12 13Bradford's tied the Braves with 2:10: remaining Palatka. Johns came up with Beautiful gold cove that is Puff.Quilled to foam Each
in the quarter. From the ball four times In the first (or luxurious surface softness Will, not sat;. never
that point on the lead cnanged: period< under the BUS goal as needs turning. Climatued, never mildews Piece I
back and forth but the final the Braves brought the ball molds, non-nllurgonic.
Junior varsity five minute found Bradford in the Into play. lie scored easy lay Malone's revolutionary SILENT SEAL box spnnqtuple M ,iii. I
chalked up its 12th and 13th lead. ups each dine.Robinson coated with,' Space Age Sojljnt NEVER ,Inn,,, I ,',.
victories sliding past Bolles The Tornadoes then forced put in one basket RUSTS. SQUEAKS OR RATTLES I Fndni, 'huh h I" i t"" unl,

6U49 and South Palatka 5349.In ir'-- Palatka "to come to them," and Henry hit a free throw but QilfCM!' Si./' I'-'t' i'i')'> Si't
both of these victories as Bradford stalled the final it was Johns' scoring which put
the Tornadoes exploded in the .,4rrAKlr'r( minute forcing Palatka Into Intentional BUS out In front 10-2 with 4:33: Extra Firm Diamond Innerspring or C-inch Foam Rubber
final minutes of the second z fouling In a vain attempt left In the first period. The
half after a cold first half. to regain the ball. period ended with BUS doubling Regularly/ / 159.95 Set ----

Bradford did "a tremendousJob Palatka at 16-8. SALE PRICE 11995 SET GOLD LABEL
The Baby Tornadoes now of holding the ball," according BITS hit cold spots but playedon TwnDoubl.S".Fo.mRubb..U"5S. ,
stand 13-3 overall and 13-1 In to Duncan. an even keel with the Bravesin ., Super King Size !
their last 14 outings. "This was the best team effort the second and third periods.It Super King Sue 259.95 Set
of any ball game" Dun- was 16-15 BUS in the second Queen SIze 179.95 Set SAVE $80 Set

BOLLES GAME / can said "Just a great team quarter. The third period was a Beautiful decorator cover Putt-Omited to O. Reg. 95
Bradford exploded for 24 f fr fr effort." 17-17 tie Throughout the game foam for luxurious. surface softness 299.95 219
points In the third quarter to Willie Newsome was the lead- the Tornadoes maintained that SET
ease past Bolles 61-49. In Jacksonville Ing scorer of the night with eight and nine point lead. 114",.- 114....."re -- -

Tuesday night.In r 18 points. Willie kept the Tor- At one point In the fourth ["''77T''Hf''r.': ''''.ir1rn: : _H.J I; 1 '1LIIl INNVtV 1 NI;'*][:I I .; t.!,L j u'ITJIJ' 1/:1_
nadoes close In the first half period< Palatka closed the mar-
the first half the score as he tallied 13 of Bradford's gin to 53-49. but BUS' Robinson -
was always close with Brad I Ilr\ 22 points. hit a long shot from the
ford breaking out Into the lead "Newsome was tremendous; corner and Murphey drove for
but Bolles came right back he's really coming along," Duncan a three pointer to quickly push SALE anmMALDNE
and tied the game. Though said. the margin back up.
Bolles was cold from the floor Steve Kiefer led the visitors BUS played It carefully In the
they compensated by control- with 16 points followed by Sylvester final two minutes and didn't h
ing the back boards In the R Miller's 13. draw fouls as PaUtka: made a

early minutes. In the final seconds Bradford again had a cold final determined effort. Palatkahit LUXURY "PUFF-QUILT'
of the flr quarter Bolles u night from the charity line. four field goals while BUS
tied the game 10-all. At the half The Tornadoes hit at a quite settled for three charity shots.

the score was again tied 21- un ii aly respectable 49 per cent clip The game ended 63-57 with BuS ';J'd.t't 1 LIMITED TIME h olUK r
from the floor but only 33 holding a six point lead. BHS Regular
all.In per .. .. '':'' ":
the second half Bradford cent from the line. Palatka took 64 shots from the floor .11, ; ):

really caught fire behind AbleWilliams' however connected on 15 of 26 hitting 27 of them for a 43 .......O.!, l..,..J. :;I 6901",
rebounding and pin- ,
from the line for 57 cent .
per per average.A '
point shooting. Towards the end 'I ,: ';;, :'... I, .. V ,.:: ... ': ,
of the third quarter Bolles'full r.. 1 1r slow first period had the 1-J. ;r. -- ..t....;.:... (.

court press forced several STATISTICS BHS varsity down 13-4 and then .. : r'I J"t I "... f ; 'J. 1-' J Innerspring or 6' Foam Rubber
turn ovens but It came too 17-8 Tuesday night at Bolles 'I", 'r i. bnbh, TV" > I "hI,1( (,I 1 q t'i bl I
little and too late as Bradford Bolles Game In Jacksonville, a deficit the i rl :-" .. :A t t,f .\r ..:\,.,. '" I 0 UK 1 It Ooutilt, t I"i) i',11 II < ,l'..J i t'i S..I

outscored Bolles 24-10 in the Tornadoes were unable to over- "u '-' ., .
.P yl I Mul'"dual' l II use r 'u" I 1. i i "i>
quarter.In BUSWilliams 8-1-17 Bar come as the Bulldogs took a (J ill.' .t: :I' I:I.: e. "i ( ": '. 'll::,.*'
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the fourth quarter, the Tor- ber 7-0-14; Berry 4-0-8; RI- 61-57 win. .. I),",. .,".." "," .". .. '''' "", ".. '"'' ,'.'
nadoes continued to open up w herd 1-0-2; Davis 1-0-2; New- It was the 15th loss of the 1 ,:111,1:',,i,,:nit: '.i,MM r;ti.i: i ',-":: :. :i i'i.k""W il',:i,,: v.:i..|,,;:iAtMltieiir' "
their lead until Bradford led ,\ some 8-0-16; Golden 1-0.2To- season for the Tornado cag- (. 1.il, i | ., n .,i..t.., it.
by as much as 22 points before tals 30-1-61. ers. ",1 .tr/
the bench went In. rr Down 16 points at the half SAVE $100 on King Si/c. 299 95 Set. Quuen" SilO 219 95 Sut

.' Bolles- DosUe 1-0-2 l Kauss 1- BUS cut the Jax team's lead
Able Williams was the night's 3-5; Lassetter 4-5-13;; David- to seven points as HIIS put Only/ ,his/ NEW SPACE AGE FOAM BOX SPRING IS. .

leading scorer as he hit for 17. Jaben 1-0-2 Sla their press back on In the ," '''
son 6-3-14; ; 1 ,.: : ,: ,. .... .. ,: :
Able was also Bradford's lead- Willie Newsome tightly guard Palatka player the ter 4-5-13. Totals 171549. fourth period. Bolles built t the M : ", ,. ,, ,
Ing rebounder with 14 of the lead back to 14 points put 2 "" '.... .. .. ." ..",'
Tornadoes 40. Bradford had two BHS JV put on the pressure to cam from 12 points behind Score by Quarters Its bench In the game, and oi 1 ''' ''' '' ''' '' .
other men In double figures! and win against Palatka. Bradford 10 II 24:16 61 when the final I whistle blew rJ; : 3" ,. ,,, ,,.. ... .. .., "

as Willie Newsome hit on 8 Bolles 101110 1849 the Tornadoes had whittled the -= .. .,,,, ,.. ,..' .... '..'..10-
buckets for 18 points and Ver- : iIirYL11TTk " ".........
non Barber on 7.for 14 points. canny 79 per cent from the Throughout the first half the lead The to four points, 6157. .... ,,.,... -. ... .
charity line 15 out of 21. Tornadoes obviously missed the STATISTICSPalatka "a terrible .
[ : : a..a.L n.' IIl""' ."! "I\r1Jl; : ,[.J [ I'' nP'll'III'Jl ......
defensive efforts of floorpercentage" the first
Bolles also had three men hustle and yIiH.
in double figures,as Jules Davidson first stringer Vernon Barber Game half hitting only six of 27
scored 14. while David PALATKA GAME who failed to appear In the shots, Coach) Mike Sexton said. c-
Lassetter and Mike Slater hit game due to disciplinary rea- BradfordWilliams 4-0-8; lie was also critical of the
for 13 each. Bradford has never started .on Johns 4-2-10; Berry 4-0-8; Rl- BHS defensive Job the first -
Coach Jim Duncan calledTuesday's so slow or ended so fast," In the second half. Bradford herd 2-1-5; Davis 2-0-4; New- half."We
shooting from the Coach Jim Duncan said as regained Its hustle as Lee Roy some 8-2-18. Totals 24-5-53. Just didn't get back on

floor. "The best of the year." the Baby Tornado eager did Davis replaced 'Carl Rlherd. defensewere too slow set-
Bradford hit on 48 per cent Friday night in defeating the "Lee Roy's hustle was outstanding PalatkaMiller 6-1-13; Kie- ting up." That gave Bo]las some
of their shots from the floor. Palatka Braves 53-49. ," Coach Duncan said.< fer 3-10-161; Perrlne 3-2-8; cheap baskets Sexton said..
Tuesday' free throw hooting The Braves utilized a fast "We didn't make really any Donaldson 2-0-4: ; King 317. The second half BHS Improved
was the worst of the year break and the long pass against defensive 'changes in the second Totals 17-15-49. to 43 per cent from
though as the Tornadoes hit the lagging Tornadoesto half We Just all agreed the floor hitting 15 of 35 shots
only 1 out of 8 for 18 per mount a 13-4 lead early that we were a better team than Score by Quarters: raising their over-all shootIng .,'fl. caD e. nun /rules"' r.......
cent. in the first quarter and held a they were and to go out and Bradford 12 12 16 13 53 percentage to 33 per cent,
Bolles however shot an tier 36-24 lead at the half. _how it. Palatka 22 14 4 10 49 hitting 21 of 62 baskets. I -.,. ...wr. .......

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To Pod Be Office Closed Cattle, Swine And Poultry Producers-Step Up Activities CARD OF THANKS

For New HolidayThe Renewed activities on three 16 meeting\ and urges all members CATTLEMEN ELECT cattle management wlthempha.. Barry Our heartfelt nurses,. thanks and all to who Dr.
front have been launched by and prospective membersIn NEW OFFICERThe sis on winter practices.
Bradford County Agricultural .Bradford and neighboring Bradford-Union County;) All Bradford County; producers extended comforting; sympaffliyand
help In our recent sorrow
Stark post office will Interests with emphasis on counties to attend. Cattlemen's Association got set -- whether Interested In
For the beautiful\ service, floral
I' 'r ) be closed Monday Feb. IS, poultry cattle, and a revived FEEDER PIG for the new year's activitiesby poultry, cattle or hogs--or all offerings and other kindnesses
In observance of George Wash Interest In hog production. BOOSTEDThe electing officers at a meetIng threewill find Interesting
PROGRAM we are graceful.
ington's Birthday Postmaster Setting the pace for the first In a series of meet- held In the Union County and helpful program through -The family of deeply Mrs. Leona
T.C. Hazen announced yester- stepped-up programs that could lags of area swine producers courthouse on January 26. their organization: In the coming Bryant
mean additional dollars In the
Those elected at this time weeks.
day.There will be held at 7:30: p.m.Thursday -
pockets of Bradford
will be rural delivery producers Wilford Croft
no were: President ;
Feb. 18, In the agricultural
Arthur Gasldns; of
or home delivery on with Ken Burranee Vice President Paul Emery;
Monday but mall will be put the North Florida Poultry Producers building with Secretary-Treasurer, W, F.
swine specialist
up In boxes as usual. Outgoingmall Association, announces Florida leadIng Glen, Jr. Bradford County
the University of Martin L.
that Herman Jones, a highly
will be dispatched Mon the discussion on timely Directors: Dolph Reddish E.
at 4:30 Instead of the successful poultryman and Union
day p.m. practices.Dr. J. Lanum and Rex Smith -
swine production
usual time,, 6 p.m. president of Oak Crest; Hatcheries Carey Ma this, UF economist, County Directors: Pasco
The service counter (parcel Jacksonville will be will give a brief forecast on Weeks Blair Harrison, and Painting Contractor
) be closed guest speaker at the Alloclatlon's -
post, etc. will all the future of the swine industry Wilson Drtggers.
day. meeting Tuesday Feb. The new board of directors
with emphasis on
16, at 7:30: p.m. in the agri- pig production. "With new mar- will meet soon to plan the Commercial Residential

__ Jy- -p- The Bureau of Standards cultural. Jones building.Mr. keting outlets now being developed year's program and to appoint Interior Exterior
started his
reports that a .!.. 12 women's career committees for the cattlemen's
we think there Is a pro-
Officer of the newly. formed Salvation Army dress Is bigger than It used to with an Interest In poultry as a fitable future' In feeder pigs" participation in the County Fair Sand Blasting Pressure Cleaning:

Service Unit Seated (from. left) Jim Wharton. be. It's nice, in these inflationary and i-H has Club steadily boy In Duval risen County In the County; Agent Hugglns said. March 31-April 3. Lundy Prater "A System Developed Through A
tlmei. know that of Morgan Road was selected
to -
Melba Lifetime of Experience To Save
Ralph Digg, Charles Hardy. Standing todays lucky bridegrooms are Industry, traveling to many Mr. Durrance will outline at the last meeting as
llgcn, C.K. F". "ay,. Leila Mundy.Salvation getting more girl per girl. parts of the world In the Interest suggested topics for discussions beef cattle superintendent for You Money"
of state and national to be held at three or the fair.
A LOBBYIST-friend says poultry J organizations. four additional meetings Assistant Bradford County PHONE 964-5525
Army nothing Improves a man'stasle .C unty Agent G.T. Hoggins planned for the future as a kind" Agent Bobby Taylor presentedthe
in cigars like being promises poultrymen a worthwhile of "swine production school program at the January 414 Davis St. Starke, Fla.
Unit Formed HereThe elected to public office. program at the February Hugglns said. 26 meeting, discussing beef

establishment of a Sal. James F. Wharton CJ Keystone), TRAVELETTESMlN'S :
vation Army Service Unit Com vice chairman; Charles Hardy JrmElTMS I DSffi
mittee for Bradford County;) and treasurer; Mrs. LelUMun-
Keystone Heights was dy, secretary; Mrs. Melba M- :) non-dip
announced Tuesday by Ralph gen, welfare secretary (Keystone chrome
Dlggs chairman of the newly- ); and C.K. Fuquay wel- plated,
formed group.Othei1 fare secretary (Bradford County hangers.Hu .

organization officers meeting elected' at were the: duct The). a committee campaign-raising plans to driveIn con- cas*"InylIlor.le. GIFTS FOR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE

the near future to help meet BAY *

New BuildingFirm needs.local A and portion regional of the welfare money SATURDAY YOim LOVt THESE BUYSl -\

raised will be left with the
gram of health welfare, and
Office HereMerrill cultural activities. Such needs '
-nfl ,
as clothing for school children,
(OVER 1301

Construction Co., dental sistance, optical and and family medical welfare as- SINGLE HOT PLATES BEDSPREADS ,. EAGLE PORTABLE RADIOS *CROWING FASTEST

Inc., with home offices In Casey needs of all kinds come within .d ; 1 Leatherette case. FAMILY
S.C., has opened an office the scope of the local pro- Earphone and DISCOUNT
In Starke at 865 N. Temple gram. .APR40 battery STORES
Ave..and plans to operateIn The remainder of the fund Model '..;. IN FLORIDA
six counties using! Starkeas will help maintain the Salva- 41j _._ THE
Its central ornee.-Counties tion Army's maternity hospital ______ 1 SAVI 8..9 6 SOUTHEASTERN
Included In addition to Brad- for unmarried mothers at '
ford, are Union, Columbia Baker Tampa; provide fresh air camp cord Complete, UL with 4 ft STATES
approved 351 Cotton
benefits for mothers and children :
Clay, and Suwannee..
45% Rayon. MIAMI -
at the camp on Bedford k'k
C.J. Pendarvls Is managerof
89" X fim.hedlie.
105" 1705 NW 7 A.
Lake render services to veterans
the office here, with Kay ; .
120 N. Monti A
Roberson formerly of Tampa, ; and other regional ac- Assorted vivid plaid*. 114 S.W. t Si.
tivities Including a reserve
as construction foreman. 520 S.w S it.
Merrill construction Is now fund for emergencies and dis- 3530 S.w. 21 Si.Cll .
operating In five states: North asters. MEN'SPERMANENT LADIES1 W y 3| 7lK
and South Carolina. Texas Ten- Chairman: Dlggs said thecom- 300 N.w. 2S A.*.
nessee and Florida. The office mute e members were whole- ... PRESS PERMANENT 420V N.W. 2* Av..
In Starke Is lu first In Florida hearted In their cooperation, 4301 N.W.. 1 Av., f'\
and Mr. Pendarvls says expressing appreciation for this SHIRTS PRESS M75IS.Cri ieHw .
this location was selected as extension of the Salvation Armyprogram 45 PC. PLASTIC 10% Nylon 90% PolyesterBeautifully LADIES' "i, I03TCNW ? AJWN.W. <
Into the local com tailored in .., V BLOUSES 7 S i3IOW.F1.I
a base of operations after care- DINNERWARE SET /J J ,
lie to .. pin-ttnpet ft long "' wpointed "- Sf.
munity.; urges everyone
ful study. the
community ., Assortment ofnewest
Sir* *
collar. *
l 9tf
and I haven't met an give liberally when the fund _ SAVI 20% % styles. JOSH tlirf ** J
drive Is launched. M>f
unfriendly person since I've colors A fabrics
been here," he sold. They plan Serving on the committee PULLOVERS Sites, 31 Io38 NW 27 Av.. 4
In addition to the officers are
to open nine Florida offices, Short sleeves Turtle neck.
during 1971. Dr. Florence Jennings Eugene Back solid
tipper. Popular
The company builds homes L. Matthews LS. Grogan and
colors.Attractive little pullover
of brick and some frame con- Rev. W.A. hogan slacks, HI ALE AH -
struction, using pre-cut timbers The organizational meeting to wear with 110HiUrt Drive:
with three or four bed- here was attended by Daniel' short* or skirls. 1030 W. MS*. .
K. Biggs service /lit director Sizes '.;' n w. 4f h Sr.
rooms In the 1317.000 price
range. They have already pur- and W.u. Brume: field MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE MSL, 1 9-6 t NORTH Ml AMI
chased several construction representative, with the Florida POLOS Ic-\ ::' 12340 NEAAv*.
sites In the Starke area and Division of the Salvation iii)' YOU N.MIAM, tEACH

are now cutting streets and Army. FromTopllaiier. SAVI 36% ,- /0 36% _410_NE U3_ $r._'
Choose from collar, flI
submitting plans to FIIA. They CAROL CITV
plan construction of a model !polos, mock lurtl* 410 NW 113 5r.HOLLYWOOD.
home on 301 North In the near or crew necks.
Tilly thinks she might be Interested
Solids and stripes.nes E. Vewn O'tl
future. Payments on their *
in of those cruises
one S. M, LS 303* Jvhnien Si;
homes run from $75 to $100
to the South Pole. It wouldbe
Dinner plates, 8 .
month. Cups
nice to go someplace YOU SAVI 107.
171 NW i Av..
Their 1 8 bread t butler
temporary office Is at saucers
where there would be no Indecision
dISh... fruit, bowls.I 1WS. State R V7FT.
865 N. Temple Ave., and they about what kind of S .
play to move Into larger permanent clothes to take along. I platter, I vefelable bowl', LAUDFRDALtISJNW40
quarters later. I Sufar bowl whd, &
I creamer. ...;. Ave.
2107 Dvie 14.
MEN'S LEATHER MEN'S 1 023 NW *Ave.3270N.SitR .
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TOILET TISSUE washable bulky cable. _ _

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records & "
: New ] ) width Great assortment.
Handsom* of patterns amicolors.

Gci'em While They Lastl UE' paper. solids of A stripe patterns.*, 10 lo 11.M .

a. I" U.S A.
YOU SAV1157.

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Typewriters$45 0 I r- : ;..
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PlusSdspait.. __': hl1 RMULA 44 I 10 -
Royal, Remingtons ft 1..:. .... ""Chi. I .. batt..i., ? I RAZOR
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Fertilize Pecan Trees Now 4-H Club/ Judging Teams Golfers Play Socialist 1 reonnmirth.or\ i IM The total number of senmis The golf ball, only 1 68 f I

_.......t.. ... .. ..-__..?_,_____ founded on the hrlirf tha the entries reported, ai-ronx inchea in diameter contains I
To Boost New 1'' q For Dimes DrivePat government inslruil of the the Datum I in the first half of some 90 feet of rubber
Spring Growth lif/: thread. i
.,,!.f.' marketplace should make" basic thisxt'iii mi,, 'reased bj 11 |"H-r- *. "*, *
February la the pecan tree ten pounds of copper sulfate .:$ (. ''; Farnsworth and Trend economic decisions In this cut over the name period(' of. The man at the nut desk ts
fertilizing month lay County (bluestone) per qne hundred $1"" Sundem were winners in the rexpect. Socialism and/ Com .1 .veala(o, FBI Din-dor JHooer losing U (Wrest ia garden
Agent George Muggins. Pecan gallons of water. Moss must Jan. 30 blind bogey March of munism are similar Edgar(; reported. ing. In feat be says} he may
trees are like any crop>> In that be thoroughly wet. Unless you Dimes benefit golf tourney at become a dropout from the
they need an amual applicationof can do a real good Job, you the Starke Golf and Country flower culture.
fertilizer. Since moat pe- should discuss your moss Club.
cans are produced on new praying with a commercial Playing on a raw windy day, -
growth the tree need a good prayer. ) _,1' the 18 players raised $18 for
fertilization program to encourage Pecans need ample and consistent M the March of Dimes. I
this growth. Fertilizer supplies o/water. Most t 1 H.A. (Blsh) Bishop haft the
should be applied now so thatIt groves depend on natural rain- 9 ,.i longest! putt and Vernon Sil- Barsa
can be absorbed by the root fall for this. Another impor- cox won the trophy for getting
al atom by the time spring tant practice In pecan produc- ;, !W nearest the pin with a four
growth begins. Pecan trees tion Is a proper and timely spray foot shot.
should have a complete fer- program. Your County Agent's
tilizer since their main requirements Office can supply a suggested counter.
are nitrogen, phosphate spray schedule with proper ma- L" _
and potash. Unless a soil terials. .. -_ SERVICE MENJames
test has been made, we suggest -
applying a complete ferti- Pecan production in North The Bradford County 4-H Club Livestock Judging
lizer such as 10-10-10. A basic E. Douglas, son of Electric rates hare
and West Florida] is Team will gone
impor- compete at the Slat Fair in Tampa on Fri Mrs. Eldred R, Hammond of
pound suggestion per foot for of tree rate spread.Is one tant enough that a Growers day, Feb. 12. From 'left Charles Holtzendorf, Zack Rt. 2, Starke, has been com- down eleven times since 1957' !
Association has been
This is the distance from recently Edward, and Walter Prtvatt. Not in the missioned a second lieutenantin
one picture it
formed with officers and directors In one sense your electric meter is a electric serves you is how little It
side of the limb spread to the fourth member Tony Ro ir. the U.S. Air Force upon
elected.The flrst electric The
side. Formulas like meetIng graduation from Officer Training j gateway. Through it powerbrings costs average price paid per
opposite been of this Association was School (ors) at Lackland into your home dozens of kilowatt hour by FPL-served
6-12-12 or 5-10-15 have
used In the past. We have found held In MonUcello last Tues AFB, Tex. comforts and conveniences, from iu families today is one-third less than
through experience and exper- day. The of main purpose of this Lieutenant Douglas, selected conditioning through automat_ it was in 1057 Isn't that a pleasant
mental data that average a- group be to discuss pecan and producers will for OTS through competitive dishwashing surprise in these days of fastrisingprices1
suggest ways examination is being And almost remarkable the' "
mounts of these latter two will and for assignedto us .; '.
not supply enough nitrogen In means progressive A Bradford pecan ,\ ',. Williams AFB Ariz., for variety of ways in which (lameles l
programs. = :: }
w pilot training. F al'
relation to the other basic County producer, J.R. Wainwright x qr
needs.If Is the director repre- 4' ( A I96S graduate of Bradford ,. .... .
High School the lieutenant w.' ..JM )w w
have noticed a dying- received ., ,
you '
senting this five or six Coun- illl r "' o.
hack of many short twigs from ty area. his B.S.degree In habllltatlve ,
the extreme end of the limbs For information science In 1970 from
more on pecans
this Indicates there Is a need call or visit the County Florida State University
for zinc sulfate. This condition Agent's Office.
is commonly (known as
rosette. Amount needed to cor- "
rect this condition will dependon :
size of tree and will vary !. at
from three to ten pounds per q
tree. Pecan trees also] need -. --' -'
calcium] and magnesium. This
need and rate Is determined r Bradford County first 4-H Club' Poultry Judging Rr 17
only by a soil test. f Team will compete In the judging contest at Tampa on. 1"
If you have excess moss In Friday. From 'left Sue Edwards, Vicky Anderson, Dennis .
pecan trees, now Is the ideal Rhodn Marie Harris. I
time to spray while trees are
I dormant and there is no dan- --3 21 B 89 12 21 8 g I IF76
ger of burning new and ten- 7 7 7 7i
Savings Often Lost In 43
der growth. If you are equipped 'Pigeon 4
0 to do it yourself, you can use, 7r't fjllit
r of Floridians, Business aH i ,
gen- Bureaus or law enforcement KllOw."HOUI S a
erally elderly o r from low Income agencies. 7AF

CLUB 100 brackets, each year are ....... '
bilked out of thousands of dol- Normally the unsuspecting Individual S .. .. __
t t l.
lars .-- cft n life savings __ by a "pigeon" or one { 045 FORM lil
8 Mi. West Of Stork the "pigeon drop" such a easily fooled, Is approachedby 11 aNr.,( tINpA 1MIINOU+ Nrnr lain, r2000t
a stranger who says he or il'a' Nl 240v 3w
On Stat transparent swindle It should s 510C961G16 1A30 nth 7.2//
Road 100 never work, but it does. she has just found a large a- co
mount of money and that all of a 75 ..?,
Live EntertainmentEVERY Commissioner of Agriculture It Is not needed and they wouldbe 5C82 145 "
Doyle] Conner says that wltftthe" willing to share. The stran-
FRI.'! AND SAT. tourist season rapidly approaching ger says the unsuspecting Individual + 53 019 925FlGI
and thousands of elderly appears to be a worthy
NIGHTS visitors entering the state recipient.To .
From 9 f.HCo2. A.M. for the winter many Floridians
and their guests could well prove this, the approached
Featuring lose badly needed money Individual is asked to put up"earnest" l i

The Country BoysFor TilE BARE FACTS The through this technique.As later, with money a suggestion to be returned that /
chairman of the Florida
knees are covered, but the
savings be put up. After this
Consumers Council, Con-
midriff's bared FRINGE
Reservation for spring. Is done there are variations BENEFITSAn
Interpreting the trend In cot ner asks everyone to be alertto understated overplaid deftly
Phone 496-7551 ton terry with a seersuckerlook such schemes and report of what then happens but what- touched with fringe, accents
Lake Butler White Stag does a mid- them Immediately: to the Tal- ever stranger it is vanish, the money and and the the lithe good looks of this ;IIT INI'I: : Mll'X' IL i'L1I 1 IRK( .I Mi I \\hJl.MM l"I.Ml"J"" : > th.JnItLhJan 1 ll)>;'
riCtbarintop/ as companion lahassee office, or to Cham- never re- navy and white cotton. A
TF piece to a whimsical flounced bers of Commerce, Better turn. classic for all seasons, it's a
beach skirt. Rembrandt creation

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State Quartermaiter. Col Gilchrist (left) surveys part of, Standing damage with Gerald .
1 I like ten pins.
T Grifiis and W. W. Hood. "

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Brady Collins poultry house on Griffis Loop suffered damage in excess of $1,000.

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2111 1 I I N. Temple' 301 North _.
t rl t 301 Interests In Starke on Tuesday Phone 9648104ANNUALS
t I Lt. Gov. Adams Will Attend Feb. 16, starting at 9:30:
a.m. at the Holiday Inn.

Meeting Here To Boost US 301B.F. bring Purpose as together possible of the as who meeting many are Individuals con-Is to-

cerned about the future devel-
Mlzell. Jr., President mote the completion of four- opment of U.S. 301.Mizell stat- NOW'STHE
of the Starke-Bradford County lanlng of U.S. 301, Lieutenant- ed that "Hopefully by bringingall
Chamber of Commerce has Governor Tom Adams has accepted Interests together we may SPECIALS
I Large oak smashes through roof of Camp Blanding announced that In the Cham- an Invitation to attenda speed the four-laning of U.S.
building. ber's continuing effort to pro- half-day meeting of all U.S. 301 between Wlldwood and BDelnoodor
Bellevlew, and Callahan and
Baldwin. We believe the development -
: The Bradford County of 301 will become
the tremendous growth and traffic -
1879 expected In our area duringthe TREES
'c next decade."
'f -R'i" $5.98 GRO-TONE

The local Chamber Is worn- WEED&FEEDFRUIT
1f MIMetn Ing\ closely with Bob Saunders, PEACHESR $2.98
State Senator District 7, In REG. 85.95
FLORIDRESS; planning for the meeting. Sen. _
Saunders is keenly InterestedIn .89'
t ,,, ,ltd ASS d T ON the project and was Instrumental -
t M M ib In obtaining the acceptance PEARS "a-2-1! $2,98
of Lieutenant-Governor
fr Adams to attend, according to Es. each
Mizell. In addition to the Lieu GRAPES'fc'.ft.. $1,98
'. rr' tenant Governor all mayors,
E. L. MATTHEWS. EdllorPabUiherPnbUsbed county commission chairmen Let us Rite you an estimate on
k+ t each Thurnday and catered a* 8eeoa4 Chamber of Commerce officials landscapi'&Jour' lawn with Ever
r'' r it Chen Matter at he rest Office<< at SUrke, Florida and clly; council member green's |Irs FREE

.;. ;;...;?..,tf. .,,- .."F.oW'wr"__ i under Act of March 3rd 1879.Bubterlpllon of the various municipalities
bordering the U.S. 301
In bade crest. 1 year. $3.00; OuUld Let Our Reasonable Rates Solve Your
!; Tree fell through roof at rental house el Mrs. Hal right-of-way have been invit- Problem.
Irnilo areas I ymr $$.50 .
.r. Edwards on Kinsley Lake ed to participate.

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----- Youth Team From Stetson To Hold Service At BrookerRon ra.The rlrralt Judicial,,.niirt Cl< "na*!.**. aid *otat* .In the offlc < ,J I BROOKER Klartith
in BRIEF I A.d .... Bradford C:.... ClyllArtlo Florida Judaof, In the BnadfordCounty court
ho... ad. Btarlc Florida' with.
Vollman, Rhonda Ciibbs, Caa* N' *. In al.> calendar nwnth from
BY LINDA G. COX and Chobee Ebbets. a youth N* L.vnn la Of!Rhaw adtCafol Pl tfr. th* data of the fir** publication
team of three students from .+'t Thoma Jack Shan. d* of thla notice, furnlrtiln
w ; rr- a COPT thereof to R. A. Orwa.Br. .
'1 Steston University! Deland,will G. fcmdant, Thnmu. Jark IIh.w .. -.0. Dot lift. Stark,
llomosassa; Miss Cathy Lefev- conduct a special Youth Ser You: Are H..retJv Net Wlyd has Each iniorlda' ..lalm.my or raldnt Oemaad irnt.moat
9 I ers, Graham; Mr. and Mrs. vice at 7:30 pjn. Friday Feb. that an actlnn. I for dlvoroe and you D.n/ wrltlnir and moot _.t*
r Roger Budd and Mrs. Henri 12, in the Brooker School. inn filed.."utred io ierve a oopyflf .If the/flc.plac. ad4r.of*.raoldno of th* and claimant.' pot:
etta R. Hewitt, Valdosta Ca. The three team members wll) your written defmnea.Crourh. anA mast b. aworn ...a by the
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Taylor and be special guests at the Brooke. anY to It on FaatanAt. .nrn...* claimant Ala a.'b or hi* at.
family, Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church's annual Sweetheart }'daraaPlalnllM Pe n Drawer and tornev. or to It law *- YOUcoordlnir

..a Lex Green, Starke; and Mrs. Banauet this Saturday 147. Oalnenvitl orlKlnal with. Florida the Clark January br.rn/41.
Mabel NesSmlth and Mrs. Minnie night In the Community Center of fMe the the above atvled Court day on of R.R A A.urn. IT. .Knoutor: of
Gay of Hampton Lake. and will also take part In or before otherwla the 12th I a P'1_) the Et..t* of Ara J i. Mol It, da
ti. the Sunday morning service on Judtimenle : maY ba *ntrdralnivt ..*.**". January
Vlrit publication on
CHURCH NEWS- Feb. 14.Ron .. 'oln'LMthCnmol Inartnwnded 11. un
who brings the Inspirational bund and real. 1-11 tt ra.Jw /
Friday afternoon Jan. 22 Witness 4aJfof
messages Is a Junior 1'A of *ald Court on t ll/itl/th
Organization Day for the
was ministerial student from Florida 4.r .Tanuary. AD
a Mew' River Baptist Church's PAI.Otlbert.>
'' r a City, and Is vice presidentof ( ... Drawn
G.A. program. Mrs. Barbara Clrmlt Court _.
the Ministerial Association Clerk of th* nor.Ida -
Hill. Assoclatlonal Director torDndford
at Stetson. He coaches the M. and
from Hampton, helped the lead- .r DeoutyClerk
A. football team and is a security llv Tleulah M. Moody.
> ers and the girls with orgaN ...
1 guard on campus. Skin i Crouch Andaman .4'roldo
sing Mrs. Ethel Douglas and xta F nn.
Is Ms main
diving hobby. {
Mrs. Glenda Andrews are the to MAT
Rhonda, the music leader of h P O rnwer
new leaders. f.In.avllle. Florlda1. r.tIe /
the team, is from FortLauder- tlt
Two old school chum met at Mrs. Mary Croon's 90th The second meeting of G.A.'s
dale and a church music -
birthday eolobration. Mrs. Minnio Cay (right) com by to was held Friday afternoon,Feb. major (organ primarily) now In
5:\, when nine girls met with Tha ("...tr Jndie** C*.of.
wish her long-tlmo friend, Mrs. Croon, a "happy birthday their leaders at 3:13. The age her freshman year at Stetson. jtad For Bradford Coaatr,
She also serves as pianist at + Florida, In Prob. .ta
Th.y both attended school at what was know as group for this organization is Northside Church tan No
the "Little Springs School,If and had a good time talkIng from 6 to 11 years. in the Deland. Baptist science student he Is a mem the Stetson Reporter. :In DereaaedNolle He: Gatat of AN E. Moltt, .

On Tuesday Feb. 2, at 10 Chobee, the fellowship[ leaderof ber of Phi Kappa Phi fraternity All youth in the area are To Creditor "No George. Yon may NOT
about the old days. They think that the the Woman's All creditor of the Eta"iyt
they are only ajn. Missionary
serves on Student Gov- cordially invited to attend
the team, is a pre-law ma Ara K Moltt. deoeaaed *r. stay home and lit with the
two still living out of their class Union met at the New River jor from Miami. Now in his ernment, Stetson's debating Youth Revival at Brooker, Feb. I hereby notified and required to !
Baptist Church and enjoyed team and is sports editor of 12-M. !(File 1 any claim or demnndrwhMh baby-sitter
Frank sophomore year as a political they may have a.alnM
Mrs. Mary L. Green was Mrs. Stanley Green Mrs. luncheon after the meeting.
honored on her 90th birthday Tlnney, Mrs. Bill Rimes Miss During the afternoon they mend
anniversary with an open house Shirley Green, Mrs.Roy Green, ed clothes for the folks In the
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce Mrs. Inn Starke Nursing Home and Mrs.
Mrs. Tommy Cox of Brooker Green, and Mrs. Mallette Theo Dyal delivered the mend-
on Sunday, Jan. 31. Hale. ed !items to the home. This
One-hundred and twenty-five For this occasion, Mrs.Green was their community missionprotect BRADFORD-UNION AREA
gueata called between the hoursof wore a lovely aqua linen dress for the month.
2 and 5 p.m.,and were greeted complemented with a beautiful On Sunday, Jan. 31, the New
at the door by Mr. or Mrs. red carnation corsage. Her River Baptist Church had its
Cox, and then registered In dress one of her many lovely Birthday of the Month social
the foyer. The registration table ] gifts, was made by Mrs. after the Sunday night service.
was kept by Miss Martha Frank Tlnney. Her corsage was Those celebrating birthdays Vocational-Tech. Center
Lewis, Miss Cherie Hinton, presented to her by the hostesses. during January were the hon
Miss Melanie Hale and Mrs. Among the many other ored guests Mrs. Ethel Doug
Alleen Green, serving at dif gifts was a television set. She las, Miss Beth Hamilton, Mrs.
ferent times. wishes to express her appreciation Vivian Parker and Miss Re-
Guests then proceeded to the to all of her friends and nee' Mott

living room to congratulate the relatives for the celebration, The Brooker Baptist Church announcesOPEN
honor guest Mrs. Green and and for each nice gift. held !Its monthly Brotherhood
continued on to the dining room Out of town guests enjoying meeting on Sunday Feb. 7,
where they were served punch this[ occasion with Mrs. Green at the community center. The
cake, and Ice cream by the and the hostesses Included Mr. men enjoyed breakfast and fellowship -
hostesses. The table was covered and Mrs. Clarence Pinkston of together.
with a white satin cloth Orange Park; Mrs. Lamar McCormick -
trimmed with lace and was and daughters, Deborah PERSONALS
centered by a crystal punch and Sandra of High Springs; Mrs. Annie Jernigan( has been HOUSE
bowl, encircled by greenery Mrs. James Alllgood, Alachua; in the Bradford Co. Hospital.
and red flowers. On either side Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stuart and Some of her children came to
of the punch bowl were lighted son, George and Jack .Tompkins visit her last weekend (lan 30,
white tapers In crystal holders of Lake City; Mrs. Bobby and 31st). They were: !Mrs. ]Iva
An arrangement of vel- Parrish, Mallette Hale and Lee Smith and Leon Jerniganfrom
vet poppies and white snapdragons daughter. Melanle Mr. and Brewton Ala. Also Mrs.
enhanced the cake ta Mrs. R.K. Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. Zoncile Weavor from Cas lIe-
C.A. Roberts Mrs.Vlrglellale. berry Ala. Mrs. Jernigan Is Thursday February 11 1971

ble.Mrs.. Green was born on February Mr. and Mrs. John Hale De- home now and we wish her a ,
4, 1881 and was rearedat bra and Tommy and Mr. and speedy recovery.Mr. .
Dukes Station near Worthington Mrs. Olan Parrlsh, all of Lake and Mrs. Frank Bloss
Springs and Lake Butler. Butler; Miss Iris[ Brown, Mrs. of Gainesville and Mrs Iva Time : 7:00-9:30 P.M.]
This area used to be a part Louise Cogging, Mrs. Pearl Douglas of Brooker visited Mrs.
of Bradford County and Is now Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mirco Parrish at a rest home
In Union County. Mrs. Green Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. John Fowler in Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. .
has lived[ In Brooker for the Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ellis and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal
past 41 years. "I have been and Louie Brown, all of Jack and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Dyal Everyone l Welcome!
blessed to stay here on Earth sonville; Mr. and Mrs. Mell and daughter, Suzanne were
this long." she said, "and I Vlckery Mr. and Mrs. J.C. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,
am still enjoying good health." Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sorrells and daughters Deborah
Hostesses for the open house Tlnney, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Sandra Karen and Sharonin
were Mrs. Pearl Markey Mrs. Rimes, Julie, Lynn and Eric their new home In Tltusvllle -
Lamar McCormick, Mrs. and Mrs. Ann Langen, of recently. There will be Instructors on hand to
James Alllgood, Mrs. Malcolm Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Theo Dyal and Mrs. answer Questionson
Lewis Mrs. Lesley Green, Pinkston and son, Joe of Wll- Margaret Ann Dyal were visiting
, liston; Mrs. Eloulse Blaw of at Gainesville's Extended any of the courses offered Day or Night classes
Care Home on Wed., Feb.
3. Theo visited[ her aunt, Mrs.[

GAINESVILLE Mrs.Mattie visited Viola Sowells Green.her while grandmother MargaretAnn COURSES OFFERED (DAY)

Business Directory -

In .Th ruiith. rirrnlt Jtnllilnl Court Circuit ot Florida In. Auto Mechanics Q. Gardner Electro Mech. Cluster A. Custer

And For flrnilford, County,
AUTO SALES AAJIDEN( SUPPLIES On R** J No.. William and, r>.,.11l. Basic Clothing Construction K. :Thomas Electronics: Tech. .., H. Greene
I 'William Ma wife Plaintiff*. '
.VflEllxabeth Ann DqtiirhmiiTi" Horticulture N. U'ilcox!
and atom. R Lane Defend
BRAS1NGTON Johnson & Paris Inc.'CADJI.LAC ant ( C
Notloo Elizabeth( Of Suit Ann DoufthmanAdilr PropertyTo Building Trades,. ._ ... ( Holland

OLDSMOBIUE SEEDS-PLANTS Ooorx*-* N.nra'n'Addr..s: : L'n. v I E.: )Jones
BALES SERVICE .Insecticides-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS kn

Mae >Selection! of Used Can that;:'un.Are an action Iternbv to fnrerlonth'!Notified* Radio&T.V. ]J.WarrenBusiness
"Taken Oa CadUIUo Trades We Rent Fertilizer Spreader following. properly In Bradford Skelton

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 17S-UOI 224 N.W. 8th Ph. J7S447Barkley < CountY A DarcM Florida; of land Ivlnjr In the. Comm. Vchichle Oriving _
!.E'i\: nf S\V'4.' Section IS.Townnhln I Johnson
7 mere nanrtlru r
GLASS lielnn -
Rait and
Motors, Inc.TOYOTA lady deitirllietl.. follow*: Iloffler Machines
Commence; at the Smithtait

LIDDELL corner thence of South B.etl"n"89 attest and .run 01 vio.E.: ( General) K. Manchester
minutes and, 13 "orpnn'" Wenta

point dletnnre!of heirlnnlnir of 2630 From foot point to Cooking & Baking ._ S. [Lagasse V.O.E.Clerical( )
4 wheel drive and ears Company of I'-vlnnlnir. than do-rrlbed.'
Bales Parts Service continue nn lut "armn. 'lt xrtt'eM
Clean Used ToroUs' "GI... For Every Purpose") minute* of 240, fret to a
1700 N. Main 375-1288 Store P'ronbs-.M1rror *point run Ih.n.nrlh:; 0 de. Cosmetology _. .. O. llutchins
: of7 ISO
Tub Enclosuttlhowere ands ttnrt'alndlxtntlrs'l
Beauty Academy Furniture Tops Glass Replaced feet ton ,pulnt' : run thence Data Processing ,. __ 11 f. Payne
81 JPKreen, ,. 01 minutnen
North If nd 244;11 *...r<.neatRaAttn' >lnt.dlittanc: run Diesel Machanics .. lt. Sellers V.O.F. (Clerical )
POWELL I NEW LOCATION thence Pouth 0 dortreeM' 03 i
tnlnutAH unit 27 aneond Westa V.O.E. (Secretarial) ... i M 1
U28 So. Main Galneirllle dlHtnncp of 450 feet to a Drafting ]J. Kauffman Dasburg
Beauty Academy. 372-8191; notLearn tiolnt of .lieirlnnlnx : Save And
I Excepting': \ thereof. therefrom Ivlnit within any portion the Heavy Equipment (I. :Newman'; Typing
.; Profession la Tour lload land
s> rlKht of wnv "f ntnte
Spare Time. Full ot Part Time Rave \nit Hxieptlnir. .that to
219 N.W. 10th 378-27M lhrl e1lvRradmm" ,, of thn'Clty of
!LENS WEAR jlamptnn. linn been filed mrnlnityoii. .

ELECTRIC bid'PORS'ELECTRIC are and,required nitabeth Oeorice written to R.Ann verve i.nne::drrennnr imuffhman nnd a ,c''IIV.ton I I if 1.- COURSES OFFERED (NIGHT) | |

STAG 'N DRAG *< d."ee ternrRAnse IF.I He S nnnie Slimier..anA. ad 1311Vai <1- merlcan uiscory} .. __ U. Keathley Mathematics _. W. AdkinsonJ.

'- Griffon Suit Cnll Street. Starve. Plor-
Motor Repair Co. m Arrow Ida and, file the orlitlntl ,with Americanism Communism B. Bateman Radio & T.V. J. Warren
Shlrte-Florahelm, Shoe the clerk of I the .Ito\'" mvled - -

Of Oslnerrllle, In*. W. Ladle Formal Sportswear Rental Court 1971' .,, on OlhArwle.or "l lop. fadRement Affatn., .. j'au Automotive Mechanics _ Q. Gardner Ref. & Air Condo -. _.B. Graudon

Repairing Rewinding }nr'th. relief demanded In th*
New mod Used ComplaintOllberl Decorating S. Lagasse
kill N. W. Ifth Ph. nz.al.11 +9RAL1 Frown Clerk
By nr ulaU SI )t. :Moodv.{loU' 4t tieputr:2-U Diesel Mechanics R. Sellers Science P. Huthins

Clerk. _
Farm and Industrial English I i 1 F. :--'';e.vl a nd
Ejalptaent Dewing _. I. Boyette

Englishjcn. - ._ I.. Royal
Santa Fe Tr.ctor rOUELL'S\\ ; MOBILE! :

MOVERS j ( Education _. E.: Crosby Sewing R. ThomasT"ping
>FORD 11011'ILl.:: \C; :

Farm Trig torIt BnpUnmuAUQB Gen. Education 11 I. Patray
aD soviPlcatfr Lone Uimance Moving Large: Trailer rarking> & Short Hand- M. Dasburg
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; Spray Now To CHRISTIAN

. Prevent Azalea 1vtyyy I, DIMENSION

Petal Blight ppp js, 'Mr, x xG Joshua"THEREFORE"24:14-15: says "Now t 4 T

l hr i ww i therefore fear the Lord and

j J When azaleas start to bloom serve him In sincerity; and In ..
, be on the lookout for one of faithfulness; put away the gods
.1 the most devastating pathogens which your fathers served beyond -
around that Infects the flowers. the River, and in Egypt,
For If not controlled,your beau-, and serve the Lord. And if CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRIST
j, ttful azalea blossoms will be you be unwilling to serve the CHURCH GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday JORDAN MISSIONARY Sunday: Bible Study: 10 a.m.(
one slick sllmey mess accord- Lord choose this day whom Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Highway S-100 A, Starke School, 9:45: a.m. BAPTIST MISSION Morning Worship and Communion -
. Ing to the Florida Nurserymen you will serve, whether the Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth (Grlffls Loop). Morning Worship, II a.m.Youth U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- Service, U ajn. Evening
-.nd Growers Association. The gods your fathers served In Service 6:00: p.m.Evening Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Fellowship 6 p.m.Choir Prac- tee Free Drive In, Sunday Worship service 6.
'\ problem Is known as petal the region beyond the River 7 p.m.Thursday. Ing Worship at 11. Training tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Wednesday Worship service
blight. Little seeds or spores or gods of the Amorltes In night Prayer Meet Union, 6:30: Evening Worship -Rev. Robert D, Burch vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer 7 Minister Jack P. Bell.
fall on the petals of your azaleas whose land you dwell; but as 7:30 p.m.Ivy 7:30.: Mid-week Prayer MeetIng Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes p.m.
, and begin to produce: a wet for me and my house, we will : Luke Pastor Wednesday 7:30.Rev.: day.Leroy CHRISTIAN
; water soaked flower. You can serve the Lord" Don R. Drawdy, Pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON
;; prevent this blight by spraying ... Joshua was trying to impress Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Griffin, associate pastor. CHURCH
I with zlneb once a week during .n upon Israel that they ought to SMYRNA MISSIONARY Worship 11.Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
: the blooming season. Keep the make a wise choice becauseof BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: CHURCH Ing Worship, U a.m. Evening
' blossoms throughly covered to Lynwood WaltersTo what had happened before 633 W, Pratt St. Sunday ser- Sunday School 9:30: ; Training DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST Worship, 7. -James Shaw pea-
prevent Infection. God had been good to this peo vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Wor- tor.
+ With spring approaching B ? Ordained ple as well as lie has provided Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Union 11 a.m.; Evening Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ship Sunday Services School 11 10 a.m.a.m.and 7
t plants begin to break dormancy Here Sunday many blessing for r people> today 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30: p.m.;; Prayer Meeting 7:30: Worship, 11 a.m.: Evening p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
; and push out new growth.Every "Therefore" one oughtto ship, 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Worship,, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER, FLA.
r homeowner should be aware of Lynwood Walters, son of Mr. do this or that. It could be -Elder:: A.G. Flynn pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Rev Jim Temple pastor.Sun
the susceptibility; of the new and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr., will said that the Bible Is a book -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. CHURCH OF GOD day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
growth to aphldi. Aphids are the min- of "therefores." The word occurs CHURCH OF GOD NEW RIVER BAPTIST Superintendent.Training U-
be ordained to gospel 422 N, St Clair St.. Starke.
small Insects that can be easily time and again, and Its OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 10 Morning Lowell Douglas,
istry at the First Baptist Church Sunday School a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 6:45: p.m.
transported by wind, ants and presence always represents an Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Uajn.
on Sunday, Feb. 14, at the morn- Worship 11 am Training Services, 11 am and 7:30: Director. Worship Services
other Insects. They have suchingmouthpartwhlchisinserted- ing service. inescapable conclusion. Worship, 11 a.m. YoungPeople's Union, 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev., YW Kidd pastor ., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu-
; "Therefore we also /flllserve Service 6 p.m. ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- sic director.
j into the young, tender leaves. Mr. Walters recently gradu- the LORD, for he Is our God." Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. service, 7:30: p.m. Everyone ship, 6 p.m. Training Union GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
I As the aphid feeds, the new atued from Southeastern Baptist This word "therefor Is nota Wednesday Prayer Meeting welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- HEILBRONN BAPTIST
growth Is distorted, curled and Seminary Wake Forest, word which we have to study 7:30: p.m. Come and worship L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
usually unsightly. The aphid can N.C. He has been called to but It speaks one final mean- with us. vices.
cause extensive to Ing. It usually precedes a conclusion -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. Pastor p.m.Rev. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
damage the position of Associate Pas- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev Bob Cooper Fred Johns, pastor Morning Worship 11. Training
I plants because of Its feeding tor of Moffett Memorial Baptist that is drawn from cer-
, and creating a leaf that does Church Danville,Va.whichhe tain compelling facts stated inverses GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School, 10 a.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
before ]FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCHCor. Morning Worship II a.m. Pre- 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
not produce food for the plant. has accepted and already hand. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH of
125 Northwest
will be Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Services (Booster Band, Young Highway Service, 7:30:
Aphids multiply rapidly but can entered upon his duties. Everyone Judged according Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 10
Lawtey. Sunday School
i be controlled by repeated applications to the "therefores" School, 9:30: : Morning Worship People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng Sun- -Rev. L, Tommy Howe.
of malathion at week- Mr. Walters graduated from because It tells us of our wisest 11; League, 4 p.m.Night Service p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship 7pm.; Wed. Prayer Morning Worship 11:15.: pastor.
Iv intervals. Bradford High School in 1963; choice from Cod's Word. 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service, Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study. 7 day Night Service, 7:30: p.m.

Citrus trees are looking rather attended Furman University in Joshua made a wise choice pastor, 7:30: p.m. Rev John Strickland, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. 7:30 Wednesday: p.m. Rev.Prayer Albert Meeting Knight,, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
ragged at the present time Greenville S.C. where he hada because of the "therefore" and Pastor. G.F, Prevatt, pastor Everyone pastor. LATTER DAY SAINTS
because of the cold winter combined scholarship In both made a convenant that solemnly FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. 1404 E. Bessent Road
months. Not only do they appear track and gymnastics, lie helda bound him to the service of STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.
unsightly, but they are also in part time position as Youth the Lord. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sac-
need of fertilization. The NGA Director at the First Baptist -JC Brown, Jr. Minister Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m. Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN[ CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;, rament, 6 p.m.
suggests that you UN a citrus Church of Travelers nest First Christian Church MYF groups 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School Morning Worship, a.m.Even Monday Mia 7:30: pjn.
special fertilizer. This type; S.C. during the last two years Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30: p.m. ; Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, ing Worship 7:30: p.m. MId- Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m.
of fertilizer will contain not there. He was awarded the B.A. 7 pm. Prayer Meeting, Ing Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: week Bible Study, Wednesday, Wednesday Relief Society;
only the three basic elements- degree in August, 1957. 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- 7:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m.
nltorgen, phosphorous, and pot- From 1967-1970 he attended Il.-- 7:45.DeWltt vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. Be in church Sunday Jesse D. Branson, Branch
as.lumbut also many trace Southeastern Baptist Theological .-.;:'::: Ih T. Farabee, Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C, Brown, minister Rev W.B. Mercer, pastor. President.

elements. Apply fertilizer at Seminary in Wake Forest, a ii
the rate of one pound for each N.C. where he held a part LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL
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HOLINESS CHURCH -- --- ----- --- - -- ------
Inch of trunk diameter or one time assistant position for Religious t ,
pound for each foot of tree Education and Youth at feT :\ Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;
spread. Avoid using fertilizer Enfield Baptist Church Enfield 4th.' Bible Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth I
close to the trunk. Citrus tree NC lie has completed requirements Hut \\ hy dost thou judge thy Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- I IIi.
roots may be close to the surface for a Master of Divin- brother or why dost thou set ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. 7:30 It I in fun to get| out and romp with our children, to plime in their

and excessive near the fertilizer trunk of the causes tree uary ity (M-Div 1971.: )Commencement degree' as of Jan-exercises at shall naught all thy stand brother before? fore the p.m. Prayer Meeting I I jo)', Sometime it in I even work to pull them on a sled, Aflel'\l'IlI'l( I

injury to these roots. It I Is not will be held May 27- -Rev. W.B. Chauncey.pa.tor, I I you may he tiled and bone and mu..elelllll'he.. but you think fondly t
judgment "Meat' of Chrlst.-
to punch holes around
28 at the Chapel of Southeastern
the tree for application of the Seminary. (Romans 1 II. 10.) NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 1.1 of the laughter, und tujueuU of ,delight and the love that shines In u f

fertilizer material. However, If we will carry this thought CHURCH / I child's e.\cs Then you think it'B all worth the effort, for they won't lU
should your tree have grass During the summer of 1970, Sunday Morning Worship, t
In hearts will
growing beneath It you will he worked at the Atlanta Baptist always our we 9:45: ; Sunday School 11. Sunday II ho young fure\er', und) someday you will only \lure memoilenTli .
need to apply at least one- Assembly with various ever try to help the weak\ and Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Train- I
third more fertilizer. The grassroots groups Including juvenile delinquents filing instead of criticizing: Ing Union 7:30.Thursday : ( / ,jJ.l *\' ,,:on't hiftimir forever and, nnw In the time thai they' need a !

will take up at least this mentally-retarded them we will duly be kind Teachers and Officers I 1 t {fiV pull in the ilneituin \\aul G Jud I, Now In the time that ,UMIUIII 1 leadiiml ,
much. Do not mulch citrus youth and a college staff. and considerate and ourselves Meeting, 6:30. Prayer
trees. Heavy mulching around he the stronger and better Meeting 7:30.Edward: I 4/ ,h.,,ie ,in,tliu Joy,of their uoi'.xhi|1'. Takejuui i.hildien' to Cluinli
the trunk may initiate or cause Mr. Walters Is now the assistant for it. C. Harvey, pastor. r I
the disease foot pastor for education at
rot. the Moffett: Memorial Baptist Our Hva\enly! I Father in ST M\RK'S< EPISCOPAL t,
Young budded trees that have t
been banked with soil for winter Church of Danville, Va. wherehe iill-irooil, nll-love, nil-mercy, CHURCH, STARKE f The Church is Gods appointed, agency in
protection should have the soil began employment Feb. 1 all-wisdom. lie hears every Holy Eucharist let and 3rd ( thu world (for spreading (the knowledge of
removed at this time of year. on a full time basis, sincere prayer for fonrfteIIC.HH ; Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer l I i '..f:,'''a' ;'1Ir < ,'. His love for man and ol Hit demand for "'.. !' I ',) !
Soil left around the trunk may 4 and help The lIft of HIM 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. I. : man la respond la that love by loving hIS I n I
cause sweating and termites the Mr.former Walters Miss is Brenda married Guinn to illjl-kindnesli Is not menu- -John M, Flynn, Rector. ,@ t' f II neighbor Without (hit grounding in the I
may find the decayed wood beneficial of Gainesville uied, but is abundant beyond ftY II'! love of Cod no government or society or
for their homes. human contention, PINEHILL: CONGREGATIONAL J ') way of life will long persevere and the .

METHOOIST CHURCH TvV freedoms which we hold 10 dear will inevitably I
Sunday School 10 a.m Morning :: ,
Therefore from
perish. even a
Worship II a.m. Youth Ser-
vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship selfish point of view, one should support i
7:30: p.m. Tuesday night Prayer the Church for the sake ol the welfare of I
Meeting, 7:30: p.m. himself and his family Beyond that how, ,
Rev. Neal Starling, pastor ever, every person should uphold and
participate in the hutch because it tells
Morning the truth about mans, life, death and
Sunday School 10 a.m. -
Worship, II a.m.; Evening destiny, the truth which alone will set him
Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer s free to live as a child of Cod
Meeting and Bible Study ,

Hie 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng I
every Monday, 7 p.m.
: GF Prevatt, pastor Everyone #


paydirt. Father James Cregan, pastor. t i
Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday
Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass t

7 p.m. -"CI.t'OllN
6 ,
Confessions -- Saturday
Boost your fields to While you're there, p.m.School I

higher yields. ask too about the value Grade of School Religion--: Sunday II ,

Spread Gold Kist and multi-uses of Gold a.m to 12 noon. .. ,

High School Wednesday c... ... ... .",. I
Granular Plant Food. Kist Green ChargerIf 7 to 8 p.m.

you like, we can Nitrogen and mixed ST MARY'S CATHOLIC ______--___ ___ __ __ ____ --a---------I,

spread it for fertilizers. CHURCH, MACCLENNY
you. Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy
You'll save time and And don't forget: Day Mass 5:30: p.m. STARKE i66feSERVICE

labor, and because of a when you do business GRACE BAPTIST c FLORIDA

,;, superior spreading jobyou'll with Gold Kist, you share Sunday CHURCH School,,STARKE 10 a.m. Mor- .' ,CJ 1PEST Kill Edwards Ph. 964.7231

reap the in the profits. ning Worship at II. Training

benefits of So down Gold Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship c;) ONTROLA Tire Tru-ing
greater plow 7:30: Wednesday Prayer ::_:. _, Headlight
productivity. Kist and turn up Meeting, 7:30Rev: Leon T. 0' CHEW" CO. Adjusting
Odom, Jr, pastor
Brake Service
For details = dollars.gage Wj Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
Wheel Balance
see your FMXmanager. MADISON STREET and
BAPTIST CHURCH 539! E, Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment

Sunday, Feb 14Sunday 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE for FREE
School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship, Phone 964-5743 PROMPT I ROAD SERVICE
11; Training Union, 6:15: ; WMU Hiway 301 and 100 and Estimates
Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Inspections AU Minor Repairs
Worship, 7:30: *10 S. Temple Starke
, MondayYouth Choir Prac- 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
tice, 7 p.m
: TuesdayMIllion Friends
Girls in Action, Acteens, 3.30: STARKE BUILDERS BRADFORD
p. R Vs 8 DWednesday EDWARDSGrocery
-- Family Night
Supper, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting SUPPLIES, Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
7:30; hurch Choir Practice

J : 8:30.Denton: Sumrall, Pastor Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your

t0 Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems

... r4 OU. Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts

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4- "Lots of men could support 1:lect lca y"-Keylitonfl Heights Phone 473-4911
: .' _7" 4 a wife, If they didn't" hare to
---- feed her vanity

: 12' Telegraph February 11, 1971

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Hampton's piece of Sunday's &ri Green Stamps!
tornado damage centered between -
Carver's Hampton place,Lake east of and High Mc- Everyday Low Prices! :
way SOl, on SR 18. LLL
Oak, pine and pecan trees *
j'- Weekly !
were uprooted and sent sailIng Specials
with the force of the twister -
which must have bounced
like a giant ball to the ground _
and back up In several places. ,
The huge oak was felled at .
the curve Just east of Hampton I IF
Lake and several trees I .:
were damaged. In the triangle -
made by the roads northof
Paul Meng's by the public 21P ..
boat ramp. It jumped to the
line of trees between Theron y
Hunter's and Anton Zacek's
where off smaller and bent trees like were child's twisted DDD STOWt GpHEJEiTAMPt3\/ __ _nl _
toys. Across 301 It picked up _
a pecan tree, broke telephone
lines and a pole, twisted the PRICES GOOD THURS. "
McCarver's awnings and porch FEB. 11 thru WED., FEB. 17 I'
screens. The freakish nature Quantity Rights Reserved 7
of the high winds showed In

that still apparently on the trees dead while limbs live are r ti&2q8044U/ l:?3Z&24'a. .
growth Jagged was trunks.twisted off leaving .

A new pole was reset Monday '4r
putting telephones back 'r
n service. BOB WHITE SLICED t
Hampton city council meet- L '
ng regularly set for Monday
evening, was postponed until! _
ext Monday, Feb. 15. : : '

and Mrs. Walter Rho- 4\
den are the parents of a son, LB."J
(ford born County Friday Hospital., Feb. 5, at Brad- A F 1 1,' \ I
Lonnle Melton accompanied M

Melton Woodrow Mrs.Sunday Virginia of last Melton Fairbanks week.Bradley and to under Orlando Donnie- w. W { LGE. EGGS 2 ONLY 89CUSDA

went surgery at Alachua Gen-
eral Hospital in Gainesville

taken to Bradford County Hos- SHOULDER
Jltal Sunday for treatment. ROUND
Visitors last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Wynnat Detergent
Hampton Lake included Ed- ROAST
ward Walton Williamson of Cer- II ROAST BEEF .
t '" 1 With%? 50 Me r0 rufchaia Excluding f igar ttt
ro Gordo N.C. and Rev. and
Mrs. W.A. Hogan of Starke. I I BLUE COLD
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; Electric Motors I
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LITTLE DUDE Onions . .3 :::0 29C Potatoes..5 69C Waffles . 2 :K Gs 89C

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Western Clothing! Leat.ller- Carrots 2 BAG 25C Pies .2 %:Oq.: 100. sl 100
gouda ,addles* Sharon and TrmfleniClMUlM PettyeLey . Apple Succotash 4 -

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February 11. 1971 Telegraph PatuH.

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F.. tJoHlHor And "...*...toNmr.nAnd LAWTEY "" A MnbrllTlalviKttoirn Pl.fc.W Judlrlal' Clreslt Of Florida, and file th. orlwlim
:r 'lh'b:" >e Villa" Ant: Florida. In And for Bradford with the CI*rk..of the above.
.omrnunity .LR.rse+ os.141. PI....... And llrroriloil la Plat t "0..'''' Case: ayla Court ota or before
Rook. S .nv,.. TH. PukllK neerile. -. loyal. PJ .uVh.rty. PLIntlff.i March S. "71, oth rwlw.. a'
BUnoluird Bradford 1'...... Florid i Shirley Ann WoodardDau.h.qty juda-ment. may' be entereda.alnst
'In Vvn',in It Mav connermYou >. aM. :: > relief d a-
will take nolle* .that 1 In i Notice Of Suit mended, ruh..o.C.n:
Fort Clinch near Fernandina. with the provision Toi Shirley Ann Woodara vritnaa. my hand and. the
spent *rdrnc. Portion. IfianOl and I Dauaherty. Addraa Unknown mil, of paid Court on the 29
POST OFFICE HOURS They enjoyed a picnic dinner the weekend with her mother, tat Oil Florida Statute*, a.tiublle Hereby Notified dnv of January 1171
5 News i I Coral J. Lee acting postmasters visited Mission the and old fort and the Mrs. Vera Brooklns In Columbus the Hoarrt hearing of will fnwntv b* Crtmmla-held by bean tbZt'nA tiled atalnitrand yoou (SmA'Gilbert) 8. Brown .
announces that holiday walked on the Ca. !loner* of Bradford. !' Coimtv pro required to ..no a copy A. f' a"td Court
I service will be provided by beach. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Bary and Florida. In the County, I Com- of your wrtttun" defenses. If say %a.hDeputy 1t, Moody.
F Shaw
.' Room of fredfordCounty to It on Eugene .
>" any Jerk;
By Elizabeth Clvenn Walker the Lawtey post office on Monday Cindy Duck Debbie Scott. Debby children and his mother all Cour'"i ''** In fcitarko., Attorney for Plaintiff whose ... Feb. 15, George Washing/ and Dean Lamar of Jacksonville visited Mr.and Florida on. Monday March 1. ddr.. la U* West Call; \
Priest, andpDale 1971 at 10 Ol> AM. on the petition -
ton's birthday as follows: Tray- Mrs. J.H. Eunice and Mrs.Selma William Cancan. and
of .
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RECREATION NEWS League 4 p.m. Women' Home There will be regular receiptof lor Doyle Kemp Gregg Dyal Eunice on Sunday. Ellia n Cannon, hla wife tht[!BALL -- ----
Everyone Is invited to attend Mission 8 p.m. the mail In the morning. and Nancy Arwood.Mr. Mrs. A.C Kirkland and son, which the petition minute vnn of a unread meeting unon .
in exciting/ baeketballgame Sat- Coming Event The Missionaries Dispatch of mall will be at and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright Calvin, granddaughters Debbie of>> the aald Board of (OnuntyCommlaeloner WATABRAHAM
,irday night. Feb. 13, in RJE are sponsoring Prophetess 4:30: p.m. The lock box lobby have the prayers and and Monica, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. held ,on February
ym.. The Falcons vs Apalachl- Jones at the church Sunday will be open from 8 a.m. sympathy of their friends In KIrkland Jr. and son Burt spent "aald 1 Hoard. 1971.cloa roqueatlnathat, abandon and
cola. Game time 8 p.m. Feb. 14. at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., but the window lobby the loss of heir Infant daugh Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.A. vacate that certain aubdmalon
The bus will pick up students Greater Allen Chapel Church will be closed all day. No ter. Graveside services were KIrkland and family in Ocala. known and na recorded"The Villa"In Plat andnlatttd LINCOLN
ti: PieaaantGroveLlntoinClty; Rev. C.E. Jenkins Pastor. Sunday rural delivery services will held at Klngsliy Lake Ceme book 1. Pair".. T*. together"" with.
>nd Lawtey at the regular scheduled Is Youth Day. The Junior be provided during the day. tery. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kirkland the. .streets and renounce hereinafter and dla de.acrlbid. OVERPAIDHIS
time. The recreation staff Choir will render song ser returned Saturday froma any rlirht. Bradford
Is grateful to all who helped to vice. Sunday School 10 a.m. PERSONALS CHURCH ACTIVITIES business trip to San Francisco County Florida, coil tha I>ub-
Tnake the parade a success Morning Worship at 11. EvenIng Miss Anne Bell and Miss Grace United Methodist: Sun Calif. tic In mid and portions to the 'land of unuaedclattod Ivlnirwithin
The Falcons will hold their service, at 6 p.m. The Reba Thompson of Keystone day School 9:45: ; Worship services Mrs. H.C. Wainwright has utreeta and In and to
inured Basketball Tournament, public Is invited to attend. Heights representatives of New 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; returned after spending two that deacrlbed. certain. a. *vl follow>illvlnlon! being
March 11.12 and 13. Watch thr All members are asked to Life Bible Club are meeting MYF 6 p.m. Wednesday Choir weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A iubillvlalon known a. "Th.
paper for the team schedule keep In mind that our annual with the children each Thursday practice, 6:30: p.m., and Prayer Wainwright and son Van In Eaton Villa' an In per. Plat plat Book therjofroorded J. ..r. INCOME TAXAbe
Women's Day will be observed for an hour after school meeting 7:30 p.m. Park. 78, toa:..ther with the tret_
NEGRO HISTORY WEEK Sunday March 14. We are ask In the Children's Rolling Chapel Church of God: Sunday School Mrs. Charlie Manning was therein known a..alley Uradford and.
OBSERVANCE SET ing each person chosen to parked In front of the Town 10 a.m., Worship Services II visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Florida more particularly and an deatrlbed a.' Lincoln, who signed
Negro History week observance please do their best and serve. Hall. a.m. and 7 p.m. Family night, Manning and children Mr. and That certain piece. parcel or" Amerlea' lint Income tax
Is In progress Monday The success of the program An Interesting program includes 7 p.m.; YPE Thursday 7 p.m. Mrs. Howard Martin and family tract and being of land In the situate County and lyln!of into law, overpaid hit own $
through Friday. Allen Chapel depends on each of us. Bible, stories and object Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mr. and Mrs Russell BradfordStat. of Florida d* taxes! After Ab.'. death,
AME Church began the program Sunday, March 14. at 8 p.m.a lessons. The children will School. 9:45 a.m.;Worship services Davis and family in Tltusvllle .crlbed SetThat portion of lb. Southeast M ettate filed to recover
Monday night. Thursday night Gospel group will render service be awarded for memorizing 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.;Prayer last week. Quarter (111'\4): t the South. the overpoyment-$1,279. COMPLLTdDon't
Union County and Communitywill for the Junior Church. ble verses up to a free week meeting Wednesday, 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morganof eaat Quarter (BKV,) of South 8.<' take the chance of
present the program. Fri. This singing group will be sponsored in camp. There will be no followed by Choir Practice Houma, La. were visiting tlon Mange 85 4S En'rtWR VOd County overpaying, YOUR Income RETURNS
Jay: night Lawtey Churches willie bv Mrs. Barbara Brown.St. meeting on February 18,but will Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Short of Mr. and Mrs. W.H Morganover Florida IvInir'NVeat th..r.omthe of Stale ton:, let H & R BLOCK prepare JIIII.'P.I!' 'UP
In charge. James Church of God in resume the following week. Klngsport, Term were visit- the weekend. Road North lot. 420 xientlim feet thereof check and guaranteeyour LJ.i3
Holiness announces Its activities The Church of God will havea Ing Miss Enza Blanchard on Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thomas- All Interested parties mad return for
CHURCH NEWSEbcnozer as follows: revival starting February 14 Tuesday of last week. on of Jacksonville spent Sunday appear and b* heard anerlfledDated at the accuracy.- .. ..... ....I Iw. ,
Baptist Church Rev. Monday night Prayer Band with'services at 7:30 each night Mr. and Mrs. James Anders with Mr. and Mrs. E.J Rau- tlm and hl place" let day of February. .: ........1.* accurate GUAII..NTU'I preparation of every tag ..t.......
Leroy Davis Pastor. Monday Meeting at 7:30. Thursday night through the week. Rev. Allay and family of Palatka spent lerson. ...l"t J'nIV; Commla"lon- I I i If ... make say crrori that coit you any penalty, er
light Bible Class; Thursday Tarry service 7:30: Friday of Lake Butler will have charge. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Miss Judy Stephens spent the ..... Of Bradford County Plo | 'Int.reit, w* will pay that penalty or leitercit
iilght prayer meeting Sunday night, Prayer Service. Sunday come out and hear him Anders. weekend with Miss Robin Mann Ida

"chool: 9:45: which will; terminate School at 10 a.m. Morning service Mrs. Vernon Duck and Mrs. M.'. and Mrs. Dee Shelton In Jacksonville. Bvi Clerk -of Gilbert nld S Board Brown H&'B3 KCOa .
services for the day. at 11. The fourth Sunday Margaret Arwood accompaniedthe of (Offlrlal I Seal)
night *eb. 28, mere Will be MYF Naples were visiting Mr. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Oaora H. PierceAttorney
group on an outing to
Greater Bethlehem Free Will AMERICA'S
and Mrs. Oscar Carter over At Lnw lARGEST TAX IBTVia WITH OYOt SON OfOM
Mrs. Joseph A. Cross
I aptlst Church Rev. Jasper a Singing/ at the church featuring .r were P. O Drawer 1039A -
the Soul Revlvalers from weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mann and .
Illlams pastor. Monday night, fnr-Ttl ftrrmtt.O' r! Ol rl.r. oriJ.yrfor Petitioner.TYPEWRITERS .
:S ,nlor Choir rehearsal Tucs- Jacksonville. The public Is In Ma., Eighth Jtullilal: rireiilf. Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Frankle 212.11 lili. N. W"I.q
i Choir vited. Rev. L. Montgomery. In. And For llradford Co.ft. ...,.. Charles Carter of Miami of Jacksonville and on Tuesday -
night No. 3&Ushers
** .Mo. N.M: spent the weekend with Mr. and
Miss Matter Williams, Reporter. of last week Mr. and Mrs.
Ifc ard No. 2 will meet.Wednes- Lola Irene Jones, .
Plaintiff. Mrs. Owen Carter. Nor Manual orElectric. Open 9 a.m to 6 Sat. .
fl -viiAlexander' Jonas, Iet' *nd> Danny J.L. Hendrlnks and Mrs. Nettle p.m., 964.8286
',sy 1 nrarlnv. night nlffhU prayer Ladles meeting circle .nt. man was with him and visited Burns were visiting them. : For sale or rent. NO APPOINTMENT/ NECESSARY
Name OtITb. relatives. Bradford County Telegraph.
at Mrs. Mosley's Friday night THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK In The State Of
The of Jesus is
I1 lyer Band will meet. Sat- teachings : The Defendant In th*
urtay, the I Can Circle will given to man for his personal above-named caua.
suit dinners from the kitchen. benefits and the benefits of his Alexander Unknown Jonee, n..1d.n":

Si slay Is Youth Day at 11 a. community In which he lives. You Are Hr..nv Notified FOOD ouunr FAIR
rr Darline Carter will speak We cannot achieve higher goalsIn that suit for divorce of the
rnarrlaK"* between and
you the
life unless do unto othersas
I tiers will be sold at 12:3Q we Plaintiff I-o In Irene Jones ta.aeos.
we would have them do hue boon filed acalnrt".. you. ae
iu-ss.R.. .. unto us. Jonea Defendant, an p\lnm"\ : Irene the FOOD
Therefore all things whatsoever liove-rtyUd Court and tau..
We ye would men should do and you arc required to ill*
Huy, Sell, TradeAntiques your deferm or newer to the
to to them for this
you even so fllnd
Is the law and the prophet. Wl hplthet'Clerk of the Circuit
Court In and for Bradford FA I R
Girl :Scout: Troop 626 is inking County (C'nurthoim Htarke.! .
orders for cookies. Please Florida 12001 and nerve *
cony thereof\ upon IMnlntlffaAttorney
cooperate by giving them an
Used FurnitureNew Ilnrton T, DoUKlaa.
order. The success of the 10J North Main Ntreet po

& Used Tools activity dopwl on each of us. Drawer. 3S 01.1921 on tlalnoavlll or before March"Flurlila .

15. IDT1-: and, It you fall to doan
NAACP MEETING:: a Default. Judgement will
The regular meeting of the b* taken affalnat. you for the OMUI BUVI OOOO THPU WIO., Me. I7>h. QUANTITY SIGHTS MSIIVID.fvnrs.r .
SouthsidcTmding rellnf demanded In the Com'
'Union-Bradford NAACP will be plaint. :anil, thereafter aldail. ttw MICHW wr o itw nicum mirm tow Hitiimtvnrnr uw mat l ivriYMf uw nitn 1 fvnrM* iw wiei11 ivrirur tow mat v nimui lownicit
held Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 8 shall prorewd ex narte
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Post p.m. at Greater Allen Chapel of anld Court thin lat dav of w SLICED 1/4 "
AME Church. All citizens are Fin February. A.D. 1971. at Htarke., "' iBElFsl SV'.VrSfplCNicFLORIDA
Invited to attend. (SF AL) t L
Phone Gilbert B. Brown
964-8/78 a Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court
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r- KEYSTONE -HEIGHTS -- MELROSE 1 2 For Council A grew To B = I I$20OOO

r Richard To COlnpleteHangar

'.':mWc'lYoWi trustee, Agreement to borrow $20.000 airport funds, the city alreadyhas Into practice In the next few
Keystone Nil//ices to retain complete the airport han $28,000 of this on hand. months, It was reported.

News Notes trict and future study of sewage The airport lease from the License tags will be replacedon

r By GLORIA REDFEARN ,| I night. Feb. were highlights of Sportsman's Club was unanimously city trucks where they have

I burg Civic evening's Keystone renewed by the council been badly damaged, a new one
PUo. Call 473-3288 or 473.4182 By Helen. Egan Of the council meeting.The and their annual paymentof purchased for the new garbage

't 1M In the short-term loan for air- $250 accepted. truck, and correction made with
COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN the writer of the cour-
part of rhee construction will be backed Studying sewage disposal the state licensing[ department
COMING SOONA HERE N' THERE tesies, Mrs. Vera Ownbey,can a $25-30,000 sale of timber and/or water problems in Key- for all vehicles to see that
PbuUc Service Radio will Mr. and Mrs. Kent CantreU Eighty-three Community not be exceeded. It was Rue, 1971 stone came up for discussion they have the right tags.
airport property during ,
be aired over W PXE each morning and Mr. and Church Women and their friends "Friends Night" the evening
Mrs. Robert Hayes ance agent when Mayor Ray Starnes eniAhe'd
which $5,000 will be re-
Monday through Saturday visited Ormond Beach over the enjoyed a flneluncheonatPark0.Palma when each of the 18 officers from the for replanting. The han- heard Mr. Shadduck of Two zoning questions arose,
at 11 ajn. Michael Hanks, local on February 1 I. Many of the Chapter escorted friend
weekend before the
votes Joy the Farm Home Administration, both on lots platted
bid for $43,921 accepted
Insurance agent will MC friends were from the several to their respective station of
Mr. and Mrs. William be ordinance
Bart Heights Kirby Building Systems and felt It would helpfulto zoning was adopted.
the program and welcomes any; lett churches of the community Including the Order. These Friends were
have returned from a trip In the Construction Co. plus the council to hear what The council approved Mr. Simmons' -
organizations or churches that to Atlanta their former home St. Williams Catholic honored In the Initial and reg- The needed for restrooms financial aid and engineering request to build between

desire to have announcements where they visited old friends, Church. Following luncheon, ulatory work of a chapter both Murrhee and well not covered skill FIIA might have to offer Mrs. Whltehcad and Pete O'
of forthcoming events announced assembled in the comfor- at the beginning[ and the closing
and acquaintance they their the hangar bid, amount to locally. The council votedto Connor, since the square foot
call him him at 473- Mr. and Mrs. Hal Adamsand table lounge and Harold Mac- work. The regular officers became the annual needed for the airport. Invite him to !its March 9 age was adequate, although
3374. Kay a Bible teacher and lec- sidellners. Keystone frontage was less. William
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox earlier timber sales and meeting.
pent last weekend In Sanford turer from Greenboro, N.C.. Murrhee's "They would study the water Magnus was asking about lot
LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATIONThe The business meeting of the
where the men succeeded In gave a talk on the chart study first on Post 202 company or our sewers and one, block 5, on Jasmine Ave-
Chapter was conducted by the Legion
Regular monthly meeting which he Is presenting for the
"burning ance with furnish engineering skills to and was granted variance
up" several of the nue,
of the Keystone Ladles Golf two weeks at the Park-O-Palms Keystone Chapter officers with cedure.I "
local Starnes
golf courses. Oratorical evaluate them to build on lot.
Association was held on Feb- religious Conference. Ills title Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron Fox said
Mr. and Mrs. Chairman Everett Approximate 32 missing
ruary 4. Assisting Mrs. Ar- and Coombs was "God's Power." The Jo and Gilbert Reed Jo Contest Feb. 12 talked with official will be
he had an street signs replaced
young daughter have
returned -
social chairman Reed, W.M., gave a hearty wel I
thur Ketch study was based on God's workIn
to I of the state pollution board recently and are on order.
Long Island
were Mrs. John Jett, Mrs. Robert visiting his father Mrs. Arthur the first six days of the come to all, both visiting I IBy The American Legion Post asking him how soonit Carl Johnson, who recently

Hayes and Mrs. fIT Dcu- Coombs. week, the Work Days, for the friends and regular members. Oratorical Contest will be would bo compulsory for opened a branch office for real
termann. Luncheon was served seventh Is God's Day. Records Letters were read from Mrs. at the Keystone Heights
municipalities to have sewage estate In his home violation -
for 34 and a business meeting The Holiday Inn In Gaines In the Bible indicate God's Power Ruth Ohlson of St. Paul Minn. The l< hall Friday, Feb. 12, at disposal projects, and was told of zoning! laws, was granted -
and Mrs. Alma Frost of Can-
followed. One new member was ville was the setting for a has been programmed Varsity : p.m.Mrs. within the next five years. 60 days to find another location -
Introduced, Mrs. George Putnam birthday party In honor of Ray through the ages ton, Mass., both of whom retired sonville Patricia Whisler, Key- Councilman Roy Watkins not >in the business district.Mr. .
Winners for the day's Becker President Mrs. Barry Wyman to be near and with re- dome Junior high school Eng-
recently Lots of friends ed that he had read recentlythat and Mrs. John Sullivan
"No Alibi" Tournament were from Melrose, Gainesville, and gave a cordial welcome to all latives. Alma Is feeling much gym on teacher, coach and spun "affluent going through attended the meeting and
tied for first-Fran Crossing- attending and made announce- better and living with her bro- Grayson, of the contest announces
Keystone were present to wish sand was more effective than thanked the council for lights
ton and Vesta Aiken, 2nd Low him a Happy Birthday. ments for the coming two ther but sees her son and fam Donnie the following students will aeration sewage disposal" and and roadwork Nelson's Point.

net; Virginia Corey, 3rd low Mrs. George Putnam has returned months. ily frequenbly. Ruth, too, misses with 11,11, ; Marlene Keeth, Pe urged going slow on the Idea Ellis W. Kothlin! asked that

net was tied three ways with from Orlando where she World Day of Prayer will be Chapter meeting friendsbut tively. Morgan, and Larry Carrol. of doing away with septic tanks the sidewalk along Lakeview

Mildred Sutton, Edna Scott and visited her son. on Friday morning, March'12, Is comfortably situated In The [ The public Is Invited and those that had adequate drain fields Drive be repaired, and the Job

Lucille Stames. Mrs. John Batts and Mrs. at 10:30: a.m. !in St. Anne's a retirement complex. ding[ led are requested to time through sandy ground. Council- will bo investigated.

The Ladles have been Invited Elmer Howe are enjoying a Episcopal Church. All churches There was a surprise, a very Robin arrival so as to be seat- men agreed that with the city Due to the Illness of city

to play at the Palatka Golf and visit from their cousin Mrs. in the area are cordially lovely one awaiting everyoneat lis, with 16 by starting time, 7:30. located on various levels, sew Policeman Tom Bryant and

Country Club on February 18, R. Macniven, of Holiday Fla. invited. This is celebrated a- the close of the evening'sprogram. tively, was The winner of this contest. age disposal to property away Mrs. Bryant Clay! Electric is
round the world by many and This is a lovely large for I< )' addition to receiving a sav from the lakes would take a handling back-up emergency

different denominations, startIng lace tablecloth presented the Indians out- bond donated by Post 202, lot of pumping. phone calls temporarily.
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Edwin F. Hubbard at daybreak !In the Far chapter by Mrs. Grace Hous- modores compete for the District[ Councilman Huntley Redfcam
ton stster-ln-law of Miss Ger-
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS East. scored tie. Jr. read the opinion from Fre-
Services Held President Wyman has ap trude Houser, and mother of bounds. The 5th District Oratorical
Pastor, Rev. Lawrence Car- mont Tolles, city attorney, that
pointed Mrs. James Cook, Dr. Houser of Starke. The eider will be held Tuesday
At Keystone Hts. "property ownership of the city Postal! Official
roll.Sunday School, 9:45 Morn- Chairman, and Mrs. Roy Turk }Housers moved to Keystone ry and Bob 23, at the Senior Citi lim
; at the city
Ing Worship, 11; Church Train- Edwin Faison Hubbard, 56, nett and Mrs. Walter Grolick about two years ago, and are each. I< Center, 524 S. Beach St., would" The terminate was raisedat Heard By RotaryAt

Ing, 6:30; Evening Worship of Keystone Heights, died Mon to serve on the Nominating[ planning to move into their 37%. to Beach, starting at 2 Its question council meeting about -
the last Hta.
In Jacksonville after sudden new mobllehome. The ] Keystone
day a Committee They will reportat the
7:30.MondayYouth Illness. He was born In the General Church Women's A monthly observance of for the whose responsibility
Music Group, section of Orchid Street was, Percy Manlcy! Postal Ser
birthdays held when Mrs.
Bennettsvllle, S.C. on June 21, Meeting March 1 at 7:30: p.m. was 0-13.
7 p.m. where it leaves the city vice Officer for the Orlandoarea
Nell Grayson and Mrs. Helen from
1914 and was a retired aircraft In educational building. Keystone :
Tuesday-- Girls In Action INDIAN BEACH limits south to SH21. Redfearn was guest speaker at the
Egan saluted with
were Happy
mechanic. A former resIdent The Annual Silver Tea will 11; Wingate ; '
3:15 from I Club
: p.m.WednesdayHour this [Is a short-cut Keystone Heights Notary
of Power of Jacksonville, he had be held on Friday, March 19, Birthday song. Burke, 8; ; says
100 and quitea last Friday describing recent
(Prayer Meeting) 7 Adult lived [In Keystone Heights for at 2 p.m. As this is a seatedtea A,P, Hallman read a portion 4; ; (Lake Santa Fe) 21 to Highway this the
p.m. bit of traffic follows efforts of department to
Choir[ Practice, 8.ThurldayChurchwlde. the past ten years He was a !in groups of four, the early of a letter which was! Club presented non, 2; 1 By Michael II. ChlUy course. Neither; Clay County nor Improve service and cut down
of the First Baptist reservations to the Estrellltta for
Visi member will be seated ; Phone 4731812Held
Church and Melrose Lodge No. the their years of splendid workin ris 5 [ ; DOT has claimed responsibility e pcnses.
nearer front, Reservations ; ; Uie '
ration for maintenance of 1 lie speaker said that at one
89, F. & A.M. of Keystone should be made to Mrs. Gloria the monetary and social assistance Smith. 1 1.
the Club members gaveto over from last week) street. Decision of the council time the department was ]losIng -
The Women's Missionary Society Heights. Redfearn church secretary, by was to write the County at the rate of $2 million[
Melrose Masonic
Surviving is his wife, Ger- phone, 473-4182, between the Lodge Well howdy there, friends.
held its general meeting Commission that "we do not day. The continued losses
with trude, of Keystone Heights; two hours of 8:30: and 1:30: Mrs. the building of the Temple. The J<} everything doing round the per
Tuesday morning a Bible this property where will make It necessary to Increase
Their duties fulfilled have
Mrs. Virginia Walls James Cook is General Chair- they the !
conducted Rev. Carroll daughters house? We Chlttys are think It's the first class
Study by INHdred disbanded and their road is, and we postage
and Mrs. Johnson both She will treasury
Items were collected to man. present the Keystone better now than we were responsibility of the county to stamps to BC In the near future
of Jacksonville three sisters of her committee balance, a goodly amount was Butch
names chair-
; heard from us. You'd "
send to the Baptist Children'sHome you maintain !t. and ultimately to IOC,
The Es-
to the Masons.
Mrs. Fannie Chappelear Miss man shortly Mrs. Robert Hen- given non, and
In Lakeland. A covered keep your eyes peeled Paying the $185.60 portionfor he said In answers to questions -
dish luncheon was enjoyed by Lena Hubbard, and Mrs. Viola dry is arranging a musical pro trelllta Club was composed of Indian that ole Flu Bug, cause he cement paving alongside the from the audience, IanI -
active and Inactive membersof
those attending following the English, all of Bennettsvllle, gram the Order of Eastern Star 7, 7 loves weather like we've postofflce was definitely ap I Icy said the junk mall" rate

meeting SC; one brother,William Hub which means working "Little, Indians Veral,4. having, and he's Just wait proved by the council, after would also be Inc teased In stages -

Our pastor has just beguna bard, Jacksonville, and nine CIRCLE MEETINGS': Starks," but their generosity modores to catch you. an Investigation showed this to probably 5C a piece.

new series of Bible studies grandchildren The following afternoon Cir- spells "Big Stars"> the hearts ership Tuesday and Thursday nights to be a reasonable figure ($394 Several Rotarlans expressed
Funeral services held Mike
on Wednesday evening on the"Tabernacle" were cles will meet in the homes of the Masons. parents, James and Cric- total)) for paving four Inches tope that( the Increase Ln rate
Rev, Carroll Wednesday at 2 p.m. In the at 1:30 p.m. on February 15. The dale with ket, visited cousin Buddy El- deep with wire mesh for the would cut down on the volume
next Chapter meeting on
considers this one'Of the most First Baptist Church In Key- Mrs. Roy Turknett, Chairmanof February 18 will be election !ly. John Us In Alachua General Hos strip 58 x 17 faeU Aorordlng of "junk mall" crowding their

interesting and intriguing Old stone Heights with Rev. Lawrence Circle I will meet with Mrs. night as well, as the Initiation modores He was hospitalized Mon- to the postmaster, part of Uie boxca.bfr .

Testament studies he has ever Carroll officiating. Interment Al Bachmann with Mrs. MikeRedtearn of candidates for membership. points night with heart pains but "washing out" problem on the Manley defended the pos

conducted. was In the Keystone as co-hostess; hire.Vance' The chapter was closed for the 4-10 tor the: doctor says he parking lot has been due to tal service, sajlngthat"everything -
is 0-13. '
Friday night a number of Heights Cemetery under direc- Circle n will meet regular officers and membersand have a heart attack. Wed the lack of roof gutters on (lie couldn't be wrong" with
School workers tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Pinon Keystone : my mother Cricket and council will that handled
Sunday outreach with Mrs. William on asked to building[ request an organization:
guests were remain -
leaders, Sunday School items Masonic rites were Smith Lake; Mrs. Beam, Sr. for the 9; Brannon ; ; copeland and I were Mr. Ashley to add these, 88 billion pieces of mall last
Supt Tommy Mllllcan, and the conducted at the graveside by Circle m will meet with Mrs. ALOHAI rang out as the 18 InstallS; ; Gainesville, then Starke. for and slope the edge of the pav year, "We must be doing some

Pastor will attend a clinic at Melrose Lodge. Charles Smith, and Mrs. John officers filed into the Chapterroom 2; to see the doctors.While ing to prevent water washingInto thing right," he said.

the First Baptist Church of 1 Bird's Circle IV will meet with adorned with Havallan : ; n Starke, I visited with my the strect.Reprelentatlves. .1 1 he speaker was Introduced

Ocala, which will conduct a l/ Mrs. Bea Smith with Mrs. Ce leis and carrying a small flow- chel.The 5; [ Mrs. Ouida Quick. of the council by William Maker post master -

study on more effective out r' cil Neel as co-hostess er with which to salute their Eagles My father James was some- will attend the DOT hearing at Lake_ _Geneva.Keep!. ___ _
reach In the community e / Mrs. Ruth Greeson's Morning : FRIENDS. Eighteen friends but KHS like a little kitten taken for Clay County In Lake -

A number of members attended Circle meets at 9:30: a.m. only a few although It wouldbe in the from Its family all last City on March 5. Major

the Bobby Britt Revival at the home of Mrs. J.A. fine to name each one, for > You see both his hunt Starnes reported that the

at Hope Baptist Church last (Maude) Williams on Brooklyn each salute of a Hawaiian word The and fishing partners have "corridor" highway from Jacksonville I< up on

week and enjoyed the very fine Lake; Mrs.Ernest McLean(Re- significantly expressed their in the hospital. Buddy to Gainesville, connecting .

messages which this young beccas) Circle meets at 8 p.m. particular office service. However first game of Gainesville, and A.B. Interstate 295 with I- currentaffairs
+ Feb.
evangelist so capably delivered. in home of Mrs Richard Lo- only four will be men of Cross of Starke have been 75, may be near the Keystone
We enjoyed having Bobby at vorn, and the Nightingales, Mrs. tioned. the hospital, and will be Airpark," he sold

out church two years ago and "The beat place to look for Co:>k's Circle meets at 7:45: Worthy Matron Jo Reed and gym. of commission for hunt- Safety committeeman day;

experienced many great blessings a helping hand !Is! at the end In home of Mrs. Leon Grant Worthy Patron Gilbert Reed, Jordan phanie led and fishing tor awhile. Livingston said Clay Electric

from Ms preaching. of jour arm" with Mrs James Chasteen. with Conductress Betty Slkes( 10 and 8 he doesn't quite know what had been very cooperative in the easy way
do with himself (but sit
Circle members who need at the piano proceeded from Gall and cry a lot), removing trees, and that wood
cheer have been and from cut-down trees is avail-
as they the half Circle in the West to
with 8. Joyce sister Lou
some are still hospitalized, are East Matron able to any citizens who wishto Read UK I'ulil/er" Pti/o
the where Worthy
of Starke who is In
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Mrs. DA Carlson of Mrs. Ruby Crosby, W.M. of Gaines :\; Intensive Care, Unit at haul it off. wntnni" ;' ( 'liir.lt.in" Science,
Vance Circle In Bradford Hospital The minimum foundation
ville Chapter was seated. She The Teaching Hospital Momloi' K.HC! ly more Ihalr7U

and Mrs. Gerald Culberson was presented with a colorfullei son Eagles last Saturday, un- for police officers voted by the ; p.ij'i"., lln', rosy "tore
STARKE In Riverside, Jacksonville. a flower for her hair over night !in the is awaiting a kidney trans legislature does not have funds -.HI duly m'w'.paprr ,fivsynii :,
Executive Board Meeting-All Bleasdale at present, and will not be put
right ear, and a personal gift .1 i complete" J grasp: ot
PHONE 961G200KEYSTONE Chairmen and Officers please from W.M. Jo Reed. In turn 23 points.
last .
Mrs Owen Bryant spent fi.itioii.tl' .. rod. world .ttl.iirsF'lus !
plan to attend on Monday, Feb. W,P, Gilbert Reed presentedthe rebounding( with Mrs. !Helen La- |1".1,011. sports buss t
22, at 1 p.m. Send your cochairman lei he was wearing to W.P. 10, family In Gaines KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
and '<, and lite arts. Head
HEIGHTSPHONE or substitute >if unable L.C. Crosby and a flower for Wilcox aunt Mrs. n( ; ;

to represent your Circle. his lapel, as well as a gUt cox also Mrs.Hall, Bryant's of Hampton, passed lite III"w"I''II'|.>. '| 'r tli.il 91 %}II

( t7.1-.1l76: : Each was greeted with a mean- Frank last week.We extend sym of ('pn\'." re.idsPicisc

FELLOWSiirP CLUB ingful word, such as Kahnua, led to her and the entire - - -
Thursday, Feb. 11, is Cov which means an expert advisor points Send, int- the Moiiitnf,
ered Dish Luncheon-and Meet and Pill meaning Chief. Keystone mlrmliictory' tale
Mr.( and Mrs. D.W. Carpen .It the spr( t.tt
ing at 12:30: in Lions Club. Each Friend received from season, spent Monday and Tues- DIRECTORY for six" months, fur only $8 .

Mrs Houston Driscoll, new their counterpart from Key Indians in Jacksonville with Mr. a saving: of %/ I II
president will preside, Dues stone Chapter, a similar salute Friday ,
Mrs. David Held and sons. I Clink iir money( \ order
of $1 are In order for paymentto lei and gift. When a Hawaiian Keystone : Reddish of Starke spent unclosed, I
Mrs. Ethel Weyman. To help girl Is single, then her !
23; ; ; weekend with his grandpa- I (Jill, me,
SOt pay the rent $15 or more lethe flower is placed behind her tlnstall, 4; ; rents, the Carpenters. S. E. McKAY.: REALTOR
rule. A fine Is .
program left ear, only one had that 2. Malcomb Russo visited his -- -- --- ----
being planned with Mrs. Zena distinction. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4816
I:>;DlA:>; and aleter-!n-law, Mr. "r.r'- --- -- -
Schlebe, our own traveling
Near the closing, Worthy Ma- Tuesday
[ Mrs. Andy Boswell,
member showing slides and The Appraisal Service ,__
tron-elect, Mattie Lee Kings- beat the and they all went to 0- u -- -- -- --

telling of her Interesting exper bury, explained that the cus iors 53-38 keechobee to visit another brother Th. Best in L"V.front ." ,. -- "P

tenses tom of travelers to Hawaii is the C.T. Boswell. They enJoyed Homes, Acreages, Rentals PB II
to throw their leis on the wa '
EASTER'TAR\! Larry getting to do some spec lIKClIRJS'llAN :
ter, as this insures their re > while down there. They ASSOCIATES
At the beginning of the Eas Kuykendall : SUKNCK: :
friends In
also visited some
tern Star Chapter year on March turn.Mrs.. Pearl Clark, P.M. of scoring Beach on their trip. 1Ir8.Ielba: ligen17317
17, 1970, the several courtesies Gainesville Chapter and Grand- Pompano Col. J. rhfiHliiutiin ';J'ltiI! MONITOR,

t / i that would be given, were liken- vllle Clark P,P, who while and Jay Mr. the and weekend Mrs. C at,L their, Haines lake I.. J. KobiiiHoii \I7V40I1i :; Mot t. '. A_'im ',f ,tmnHoiti'M

ed to a tour and setting said living In Keystone Heights( were ing with spent i Paichi-l C'arr 473-401H a.m.us OI7J

on the Seven Seas. So, near- active Stars also two of the home. and Dick Milliard
Ing the close of this tour, on The Frances
Friends Houser
Mrs. Grace ,
Valdosta Ga. one day
in ,
1 54% were
2 1971 Star !
February ,
and Mrs. Bonnie Ludwig, local outshot the ) last week visiting her mother.
the and
Chapter completed tour
residents, were the other special Chick and Frances Hurst went
entered the port of the new State Friends for the
dinner Saturday eveningand Burke "Tree
out out to Johnny Surgeon"Stump
of Hawaii. Compliments on the W.M. Jo Reed In her closing 28, celebrated their 25th Wed

The ding Anniversary Happy Anniversary -

:the D the season to this nice young Removal By Machine
,, !
\ 4. T11 D.3. on couple.
Tom and Lillian Norwood attended -
DISPUTES! Augustine. D..Mossing."Trimming
AVOID PIi: IF"ST p.\J Keystone : the funeral of her aunt

19; ; Mrs. Dan Quick In Tallahassee Complete Removal

8; Wlnjrate ; ; Thursday. Our sympathy
UI, 2; ; I is extended to her and the entire '
Pay By Check family also. Fully Insured -
and Vera Swearingen
read a Fred
Hi way 21 North Keystone, typical visited their son Len last Saturday 'S Phone
all to Join In Jacksonville to help

BANK Barbecue Steaks .. Fresh Seafood for a him celebrate his birthday Len
KEYSTONE STATE Thus spent this past weekend with Itl I IJox lit> <

Buffet Lunch Daily the his parents. I
'' .
Member F.DI.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. great That's the news tor this week, Kast; 1'alaika. Fla.

Dining Room Open. 7 a.m.12 p.m. and the and I have lots of work to do.

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Chapter So till next week, 'may the

Community." For Take-Out Orders Call Ole AI 473-9620 Than you, good Lord bless and keep you.

F.........'v II 1971 TVIei/rnnh: Haw 15

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( from previous issue lea of articles-listing 1970 Lot- on SR-18 and Hampton

.) Bradford County land trans Lake from Mr. and Mrs. E. CIASSIFlfO ADS GET RESULTS
actions. The final 59 transactions Lanler to Mr. and Mrs. T.C.
Bradford County property' of 1970 are Clark and Willie Mae Clark
transactions totaled $2,3S1.722 40 acres from Mr. and Mrs '$ ,800.
In 1970, according to deeds Morris Starling to Mr. and Lot 'in Keystone Club Estates ,
filed In the office of the county Mrs. W.J. Dodd. Jr. $10 000 from Margaret M. Mauler -

clerk. Parcel of land from FormHouse to Mr. and Mrs. K.J. Lo- .. ._ __. =
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Total sales actually exceeded Enterprises, Inc. to Mr. 7er. $7,500. '. ;ft'lIll l... r' I 'V .' '. / 6'"
the above figure since only and Mrs. J.M. Sutton, $16,800. Lot In Bradford Oaks from
transactions of $1,000 or more A lot from Leon W. Williamsto Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Grail of FOR SALE-'' Black and White
are listed. Mr and Mrs il.C. Bran- Jacksonville to Martha A. To- t CLASSIFIED AD RATES .rBIV PENS. Ball Point Re- 4 Bedroom, 2 tath< homes JIMMY MOORE'S portable T.V. OR will trade
This Is the third In a ser ham, 1100. alas, $1,500.Land fllla. Bradford County Tele Just completely remodeled.: SUN SPORTS for Guitar Amplifier of equal
A lot at New Hampton Beach on SR-225 from Claire Minimum Charge ... 1.75 KUPla. Bay terms Located on Rand | value. Phone 9648494It.
I r from Mr. and Mrs A.J. Thomas B. Carter to Hazel R. Whltt, (Covers IS words) too South. For' Information call MOORE BOAT FOR .
to Mr. and Mrs. J.M. 15,500. FOR SALE $750.00 Coke XJ4-7701. tfchg -
Buckner, $6,000. Parcel of land from Mr. and Each word over 15-7e50e Machine lor$350 al.*) $650 CIII' YOUR MONEY WANTED TO TRADE -, '62
711l0'OSc Lot In Starke Heights from Mrs. John A. Torode to Anna Extra Charge If not' *rett twenty column nvacWre Olds Station Wagon with' new
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Humphriesto 0, Rowell 8500. paid In advance for $350. Smith Shell LEW'S Starke Ph. 964-5791 tires, rebuilt: motor.,Trade for
: Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Rowe, Lot In Santa Fe Shores from I S6" Uon: Lawtey, Fla. 3tp 2-11 pickup tt"Uck.-C. E. Jackson' : ,
$9,500. Sophia Wolf to Mr. and Mrs. CLASSIFIED .DISPLAY WELDING SHOP Complete Outboard &
666 Mn 11\ SUrke Itchy
1313 W. << ()n.
tnk One acre of land from Mr. Levi W, Rlgdon Jacksonville, ..,10 Per Inch Stern Drive Service and
and Mrs. LW. Jackson to Norris 1300. SKYLINE 1971 Whispering' Pines Motel Repair. Complete Fiberglass FOR SALE New' limtaclc.': :
Sapp Ward, 1500. Lot at New Hampton Bach Memorials Revolution/ MOBILE HOMES US 301 S. Phone Repair. Custom- utility: all-matal tradlenr Weed
from Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Thomas Proclamation '.
etc -7c word 961.8252 built' land'choppsr.: Reasonable,
to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Casey, 12' 6()' ,. Fiberglass! Fishing Dolph E. R5ddl! h.. 964280 or .
8000. UTILITY TRAILERS 0047220. 2tchg 2-11 ,
FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen Parcel of a land from Union SO words or lees __. 3.00 S Bedroom $3'995 CUSTOM; BUILT '
011 Company of California to Each word ever 50-7o Furnished ELECTRIC FOR RENT-one bedroom ftnniancd >
DW. Whlffen $9,333. GAS AND FOR RENT Furnished andunfurn'ahed apartment $00 month,
Joint( of Florida. Inc needs dependable able Ninety-two acres from Mr. WELDING BRAZING apartments: .good Bradford' Village: Apt. Just

bodied factory help.. No experience nece.*..arr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Jr. PAYING REALISTIC PRICES OLIN'S MOBILE SHEET METAL location, close! In, W. H, Noll. north of Bradford High

'steady work overtime fringe benefits.IF to I.T.T. Rayonlerlnc.,910.000. 124100 fear<< J.. njph Barr dol! HOME SALES TRAILER HITCHES man. tfchg School.! Call collect Gaincs-
Land lying along Alligator Jars Price INSTALLED -- vlllle 378-7921 Mrs. Reaves.
YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY Creek from LT.T. Rayonier ulde inclucVnn Starke Flo.-100 West SPRAYING: Pecans trees for .tfehg
J.M. price* I pay.' $2 and 2 stamps! mono. Prices afford; ___
ATOWEN Inc. to Mr. and Mrs. :you oan I
Edwards, Jr. $10,000.One Infol'mationonly 25c and COTTAGE PARCNTS-Mcn Cot 468-1385 otter 5:00: p.m Box FOR SALE FHA terms, 3
JOIST lot in Starke from Mr. stamp Shirley Ishim. den tags parents 'wanted Borne 76. Wa1 o. 32 94. 4tp 2-11 bedroom tome Oak! floors;
and Mrs. W.C. Rhoden to Ken- D;I. Pulaakl.' N. Y. 13142. ltp M'nled( couples, and -women. NOTICEStarke fireplace! 'tile bath garage.
Lincoln City Road Monday-thrSligh Friday neth Bagwell $11,300.Lot FOR SALE Oak end hard- Salary starts $347 per month. FOR SALE- price $10.000 $300 down to-

7: O..A.M. To !5:00:. P.M. in Saratoga Heights from ''wood tor lIre place. $10 per person. S day week: 8 hour and Keystone MOBILE conditioned: ( HOME, completely on).2 lots, ful'nshfOd air. qualified:' buyer. J. H. McEachern I
Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Thomas to
strand delivered. Contaot day. Promotional opportunities Heights Customers R.B Keystone ht'J,
area 1-4 mile east of Lake
Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Carter
Larry' O'NToal ait 934 R2ffl.! ) tfehg State Retirement, aide leave Geneva Post Office en Hwy Fla Phone 437-4106. 2trhyFOR \
vacation" etc Please apply In
: a.... .. ............................NN.Z Lot from Pearl Dees Rahme PAST TV &: STEREO REPAIR person only Personnel Of tic". Hastings 100 4734575." _4tp 2-11"*"% SALE: Two 12' x 12'
to Mr. and Mrs.Gary R.Rahme, Free and overhead garage doors -Ph.
star>, Upholstery
city ,
Buiiiand Center, Ga4nc8v Jl'e''. Experienced!: Licensed Plum.
4000. mJt*. Dahmefa Discount\ : Fla. An equal opportunity employer her contract or hourly, com- 964-80RB. itchy
20 from Mr. and Mrs.
i We Repair I Ii W.H.acres Agner to Mr. and Mrs. tfchir tlchll" 710 St. John Ave.PAI.ATKA plete s'rvlce: day. night. Curry FHA or Conventional! fta'anc-!

W.H. O'Neal and Mr. and Mrs. WANTED Houae full of fur- 1 Plumbing, phone 284-5449! .Ins. on new Brick 3 o3d"o:>m.
OF. O'Neal. $10,000. :n'turw' ; PRY cash Dohmer's c.r' ,. or 533-2381. 4tchff 2-19 2 Bath living room dnlng
Lot from Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Ptacount. tfch* Is Open AgainFURNITURE room and fmtly room Ham
i TYPEWRITERS I Stimson to Mr. and Mrs. D.J. MARY WATER FRONT LOTS Will lake tradin.. pall Bu-
FOR SALE Phone 9646760.
Hand, 4500. Southern Marine ford Mitchell.
A lot In Mount Pleasant on Repaired Refinished I On Crosby Lake and Crosby P. 0 Box 21B,. S'fKe. tfchg
i ADDING MACHINES Silver Lake from Mr. and Mrs. Moved To Gainesville CARTER Re Lake Cannl,, (CanAl 50 feet
G.D. Drlggers and Irene S. New NameCainesville 'wide, 8 fet deep) Located on WILL KEEP children In my
.1 Drlggers to Mr. and Mrs. H.L. NEW MATTRESSES State Road: 100. 3 ml'.2s!! West homo Monday Friday 964-
i CALCULATORS Hutaon, $8,300. MarineLYNN cf Starke Fla. Idenl for vacation : BSQ2 4tehg-.:!-4,
Parcel of land from Mr. and PAINTSNEW FREE ESTIMATES cottage: mobile home or
HAMILTON Two Mile Of Slarko
Mrs. Roe( E. Cranford of Call Collect 328-2141 Invatmcnt.
Gainesville to Mr. and Mrs.B.A. Johnson Motors Cobra.. Boils'" Prices dart at $1,295.00. S2O 3 bed room: mnwnry: home, :2
: Get'em W/ii/e/ / They Last : TLggleofUnionCo.$2,500.\ Marine. Supplies! ITEMS' -I down and $3300 month for 36niMiUu acres land, r paved: : roi' ;*. sins
furniture, Prler $$18000< 8.
Land on Sliver Lake from 1030 E University Ave. = ((8'i% simple! Inter. !
WALL =-- -- 500.00 down: : balance: $81.11
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin of OalneavlUe PAPER eatl.)
I Used I Gainesville to Mr. and Mrs. r. Call 964.7701 8 am. to S mor.tli( A. J. Thomas Realtor
Typewriters i Adrian Sandberg of Debary, WANTED LISTINGS Unpainted Furniture- SEWifiGMACHINE! pm, ,weekday. tf Tel D04-5701. i
: Fla., 2600. On Home and AcreageBuyers,.
S : Lot on Sampson Lake Shore Waiting. Strout Realty. IU',. Wood Graining Kit LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf! Taking: applications foi
-$45 To $85- from Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Mc- Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.. & Country Club ready for '
i i Carthy to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ph. M4-6409 BUrire. Fla.iller K-80 Paint Remover building' on or for investment. FHA 235
,..Stesney of Jacksonville$3,500. Sale and Service Lots area app"oxmtxt3ly! Vi
i Completely Reconditioned Land on SR-16. from RW. Houses Washed PFAFF NECCHI acre and lar2en:?;! Paved reads New Brick :3 I and 4
Ii Brannen to Rosha M. Smith, only 3 minutes from town-.
$3,000. BrownVolkswagen Lawn Mowers For Rent New HomeUnh'ersal Bedroom Homes
: Prices start: at 129500. $200
Lot in Woodlawn from Mr. Call for'Details
102 EAST down and $35.00 pr: minth.
and Mrs. W.C. Carnley to Mr. $49:50: up Call 8 5
064-7701. a.m. to pm. Low Down Paymentand
i and Mrs. H.E.
TO WORK i Crawford
$3,600. Parts & Repairs on _tfehg Moderate Monthly

I Lot on Sampson Lake Shores all other Make Ma PaymentsLONGCHAMP:
See Them AtBradford
i ;, from Mr. and Mrs. EA Wright chines.NATIONAL. Xincsley Lake b"'!r.tjs for .
: to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Brown : : HOMES:\
: County TelegraphS !, $1,800. New' tat. Used t.O) FOR. RENT12' wide. 2 i bedroom : tele. Store garage, eta lock. Phone 9(14-6831(
trailer outside city stock and tarrl. A rent
2 Saks '
J lots at comer of Walnut Serrtoe
: limits, J, B, maker. Call Bill :301 South Starke
: JW.fl.lOS St. and Call St. from The Florida White 9646114. 611 W. Univ. Ave. money

.......................................J I! National Bank to Philip I Ml. North of The Mali UchgBARRETT 378-1355 Powell. R.E. Broker. 964.6464 tfchj TF

O.C. Carnes Nursery

Water Conditioning Thousands of Plants WILL TRADEHorse

and PUMPSNEW Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
o- BEGGS Pump Co.
Evergreen, Camellias, Bridle and

\ Gulf Service 130 Court Street AND USED 'Azaleas! Roses Saddle for a

SUPPLIES USED PARTS Phone 9645832PLUMBING :Mont: In cans plant AnytimeLAN'DSCAflNG
8. SOLES Ranch
Cow. Gen.
Top Prices for Wrecked Cars

Zl Hour Wrecker Service PARTS SERVICE 23 Ml.Florahome S,.E. of Starke.- 659-2165 Hwv. 100 tIe for children.

Fuel Oil Water Conditionersand Deep and Shallow Wells

Vied Cars Pumps Water Softeners and CHICKEN FARM for Sale, Phone 431-1881

Hwy. Ml N. Waldo. WELL DRILLING FiltersPlumbing paved:: : :
Sales and Rentals \' !
J See Us For 4(8-1998 Supplies 000 down, $21,000 Terms. Call
ALL Your Repair Department B'll' Powell, RE. Broker 964-

Office Needs SEWING MACHINE!: Cleaned, 2.& Hour Service EXPERT SERVICE ON 64H4 itchy (I JTl

oiled and adjusted In your ALL MAKES FOR SALE-20 acres en paved
home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner A. J. Thomtu. Registered Real PHONE 9647061DURRANCE highway 3 bod-ccmi.: Pi bath
repairs also. All work: guarante. Estate: Brckor. Specializing In home $7,300 (dawn $10.000 HOMES
ed. Dennis E. Cogging. Phone Appraisals for Estates. Individuals balance $96.50 month Call
431-142B. tfeny and Corporate Owners Bill Powell, R.E. Broker 964-
Atx c ie-rl: I real estate! bus 1\4114. A V AILAIU FOR
FOR RENT One traitor
iness. Thirty Years
: experiencein
Tce.) Ono! Large' storage Florida land matters Tel EUNICE NURSERY HOUSE FOR SALE3 bedroom YOUR LOT
Pencils Pens shed: one r.veahanlc" shop; one OB4-8701.! Shirk*. Florida tf chy Persimmon' par plum, nee- 2 bathsv! car carpet
Markers Tape .warehouse on 301 South of tarlno fruit feei. Shade large living room, larza kIt-
,. Erasers. Clue \ Starke. Call Mutual Lumber FOR SALE: Treated and ua trees. blueberries, ornamental chen & .dining area''" Ph 964- *
Lie. 964-7400 8 a.m to 4 p.m. treated pine and cypress lum shrubs. 2 mites N. of Law 7649 cr !m4- S'' 7. 3fchg 2.18 3,500IBOOSaFT.

.. tfchg her, random width and leng-'h. toy on 301 t"rn left at sign WANTED -4-drawcr
steel filing -
Creosoted poles railroad crosses Phono 782-3463. tfchZ
SUPER STICK Vinyl Platte / I" block! pips for( weld- cabinet wl'h lock, forW.T.
Letters, all Wfec'! Chapter: UDC.
sizes colors. Permanent ing-, various shop equ;pm-eont.
for The Glass Shop Call W4-7782. 2t-hg:! 2-17 .
me on wood. .1.... welders, etc Mutual Lumber
plastic, paper, metal leather Company, Inc 6 miles acuth FOR SALE -E"trlc: welder OFWIND
Gem Clips Ledgers,,; ANYTHING I Bradford County on 301. Phone 964-7490. Call Glass and battery: charier combin

Staplers tc Staples Telegraph. tfWATSON'S between! 8:00: A.M, and. 4:00: ation. Soma' power teats Ph. AREA
:i Typewriter Ribbons PM. ..tfchTEP For. m4flfl Itchy

House of Vacuum we'll *et It liar you. Office Installed While-U-Wait muca.:!: $1 per: bile Morris

Supplies Furniture Equlmenl. > Custom Vinyl Auto Tops Edwards! Ed arcfi: Rd.
Many brands of new vacuum: Bradford County St" -V'! Flu. Ph 1)04-60) Itch?
S3900 '11). Used machines from Telegraph 1017 N. Main G'ville
':0. Expert Repairs all makes.Parts FOR RENT -NIcely farnlfV

Letterheads and Accessories for all BAIRD 21-INCH ADMIRAL color ed. 1 Isdrcom house:! with HOME
Envelopes vacuums Built In Central vac IICrt' ned parch and carport.! :
(used) TV with: new picture
Business Forms uum cleaning; systems 712 N. Mobile Homes tube. Dahmer's Discount tf Adults cnlv 570 W. Call St.
Main, Gainesville 378-7110 Phone !W4-3BH4' tfhg
NEW and USED chg

8.10.12' Wide MAID WANTED must also) :
CLASP ENVELOPES anwn CalaeSTllle HOUSE PAINTING Interior ""be ci;;:'!)lo csck. Mrs B:II
.t Bradford County Telermch. exterior by oontract or hour
Co tfllo BB4-5232
/ Good Quality ly. Reasonable rates, first Itehg Information i

INTERSTATE Reasonably Priced class workmanship.' Contact FOR SALE E1A' Racket '3' CaflJadwonrUIa
U MOBILE HomeDlOyln1' Gainesville 378-2785 Ronnie Roberta Monday-Fri '730 ce. motorcycle excellent Collect
Rubber Stamps In FLa, CaJi 964-5606. Serviced. Guaranteed and day. 7 to 4:30: phone! 431-1126. cond'tlon $895. firm. Buzzy
Wedding Stationery tfcbc Delivered In Slarke Area Nights and weekends Phone Ca+tclln. M4-V\>W. Itchy'
431-1788 4th 2-25
NO EXTRA COST FOR" SALE -Kl'c' sn able. A
file 441 N. 4JOS NW 13h CRAIG CAR 8 track lack! like chairs, 1 over-s ffel: LR. BRADFORD COUNTY
Galn..vlne nlt7 S new $:JUS Dahmer Discount e air, 1 CTmll partable: oil
"Quality Printing At Reasonable Price" Itchg heater. Cheap: Ph. 964-5'UM.! TELEGRAPH"
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REF3frtNISIIINGALL withstand weather. 30e each. BOUGHT BANKRUPT Stare, Itch, orncx supfLixs
TYPES 13.23 do*. Special price on larger their S track tapes $3.98 FOR RENT Smill furnished
quantities Bradford County second! one 100. Dahmer'. tto r.. Desirable location. TV IC WKITKBf
BRADFORD CQ UPHOLSTERYCABINET Telegraph. _tf Discount. Itchg' Suitable for ndlvtcfiral or

,rISIS WORK couple M. A. Payne. Ph. 964- ADDING MACHINZ8u .
Expert Reproductions AT REDUCED' : BATES stereo cocoole.. a $89.9511 tichg .
mil ,..... ry ryPf.
1J C. E. JACKSON AUTO. FLU: BOAT piece ovenware set free Dan- FOR SALE! !: -Plyw" od, T 111, < '. ..IZPSry' S4ee ......
DOYLE: 11:. CONNER!: nicr'_ Dlaoountt. Itch, !lXt. ,-.". $4.75 per sheet. .. $... rakeLand w4raeg.; 7 owN
1313 W. Madison Starke .INSURANCE AQENCT Mottr mix u ed lumber. Mper Wilt.Lpdt 1
.... WANTED hours Oeorce Ricks
I 7:00-5:00:()() : Apply In person Nf.61S4.2tp 1-18 1a8.' jIATaot&
Waters Enco Service Station

'. 800 8. Walnut 81. lIp& ..u.-.ona
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