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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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On Licensing rf 7. ""'t The good news and the bad news about BradfordCounty's I
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!:'- present and future was presented to an ;'.' 'j 3
expectant public here last Thursday night in a land ".-< ;
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use study report representing some 4,600 man hours :,
ContractorsA of work by 30 students of the Urban and Regional '

Development Center. University of Florida :.. .

public hearing is set missioner D, E. "Skip"Woodington Bradford has many things going for it (good highways .;.. ;';: ',

March by the Union County who stated, "I rail facilities good spacing of schools, health i

Commission on the possibility think it would bea good idea to facilities, etc.), but it also faces the threat of "urban: '. ','
of adopting an ordinance to have "Mr. Pirnini on the sprawl" that has afflicted so many towns and cities in ':; :.
Board.
the require construction persons engaged business in to recent years, a shortage of dedicated recreation areas, .'.F.

purchase a license. (See Page S) Ivor" and an energy drain by the placement of mobile homes f

Ordinance under consideration in treeless areas where they require maximum cooling '

is same as one in! summer months.
recently adopted by the
Bradford County Commission.It YoTechComplex I' "1 don't see how you can avoid growth" !said I Dr. :

would establish the Union Robert Heighton, director of the land use study group,. .
commission as Union County "but the question! is how shall you grow?"
Construction Licensing
Board. He pointed out that there is asset bisecting he I town, .is: it.
Union County currently has danger of Starke becoming a does, and forming in elleel.<<
no control over who becomesor "strip town" with businesses "a wall" making it difficult
purports to be a building strung like beads along US-301 for motorists, us: well as:
contractor, John W Viking of Bid LetLAKE unless there is some plan to pedestrians to pass I from one
the state's Division of concentrate business in an off- side ol the town to I he other.

Licensing of Construction BUTLER Union highway uncongested area The mall concept 'tor Cull
Industry for Florida. Viking County School Board awardeda where off-street parking Street t wus shown us I one plan
and local building contractor $236,979 contract for con would be available. for rejuvenating! I the original I
Richard "Dick" Pirnini, struction of vocational US-301 could be regarded as "downtown" business: seilionot
a new
Union's only state licensed trades complex adjacent to ( a detriment as well as an Stark with motor vehicles:
building contractor at the Union County High School to banned md. heavy east-west.
present time, appeared at the the Royer Construction traffic diverted! to :M.idison

board meeting last week in Company of Gainesville New Fast Street
support of licensing con during its regular meeting In view nl the threatening\
tractors. Tuesday night. energy crisis, I Hut might
Viking disclosed during the ell el'1 I the economj I Its \i-.irs:
meeting that Union County Wearing a cast on his right k ;.: Food ChainAnnounced to come, emphasis was placedon
currently has no control over arm Chariman Ray Crawford ; the importance ol' mass.:
who becomes or purports to bea explained a cow ran over him, _. transit systems! in the report,
general contractor. but managed to sign the r.-j:: _-. i Starke is I lot'lunate in thisrespect
"There are no licensing contract along with Royer and being served l h>> ;i
regulations for Union Countyat architect Craig Salley. Announcement has been highway network, us. well a..
this time" Viking said. Completion of the project is made- that one of 13 new the main lint 11111 rillll'lIiuIlw\ t .'
Viking also disclosed duringthe called for within 250 days of $, r .' Cedrlc's Fish and Chips fast- study showed! S
meeting that Pirnini is the the date of signing with 10 food restaurants will be Dr Heighton .stresse l that "'
only state licensed contractorin days being allowed for opened in Starke by Howard land use study :should .not' 'IN- 1
the county although there preparations. Salley, board's fQL W Wehnes, Jr. who now confused with /oning. and/
are several other persons architect, said he would issue jI L operates two such units in emphasized (hut the report
operating in various levels of the con tractor with an order to Jacksonville. was not foiiceiiied with

construction contracting, proceed "first thing tomorrow District Debate winners from Bradford with instructor Julie Fuller are: zoning, but was: intended to -
including CommissionerGerald morning." Front row (k(1$ i Eileen McDougahl. Manse) Everett Cindy Kilwards, Linda Salazar and to Plans be are opened for the by Starke H. unit W. document the current I 11<111'1'11
of land and roule .
Griffis who builds The when use.: |> a
new building Karen Powell.
homes in the county. completed, will allow Union Top row : JaiVCI Pirnini said he received his County students to take most lor the county \
US-301 (north Temple The present study I is: onh to
license as a building contractor of the vocational classes they
Avenue) and SR-16 (Brownlee .
from the state after bused provide a starting point for' along
and from
are now to
BHS Debate Team Wins At DistrictBradford Road) in a converted service range plan )Dr lleiiihlon
passing a state board Starke to attend under a joint station.It .
said, and Thursda: Pllhht.I11t'l.'t
examination. Pirnini's appearance Bradford-Union agreementfor fourth in women's extemporaneous students to the high school will be the fourth or fifth .
before the board use of the Starke High's Debate place in Women's extemporaneous ing was held in the hopeol
and but did not competition but none placed."I new fast-food restaurant to locul. ul"
was to seek a seat on the vocational center. team for the third straight t speaking receiving 1I1\\>
construction licensing board year won more places than Diane Yawn for first place in qualify for state contest. am very very proud" of open in Starke in the past from cit)' and eount> ollicials.
should the commissioners any of the 17-18 schools at the oral interpretation.Bradford's During the three years that them and they did well, says year. The Dairy Queen opened as well as individuals! : so that
the resolution under Man District Forensics Program at group interpretation Mrs Julie Fuller has been in Mrs. Fuller of the team. on North Temple Ave. ( US- the stud group) could! alter or
study adopt that would about Fatally Palatka last week. team took third charge of debate. Bradford Joe Scar.lon, former student 301) in the spring of 1973. then revise their maps and chartsto
the bring in the Three students from BUS place. Team members were has more points than any and debate winner of Mrs. the Pizza Hut opened adjacentto suit the needs and! wishes ol
licensing
authority
county under an ordinance Shot Saturday qualified for state contest at Cindy Edwards Ricky other school at district con Fuller was one of the judgesat the courthouse on north the various communities:
Paul Canova, Linda test the meet. He is on a debate Temple in January. A newHardee's
drafted originally in Bradford Tampa March 8-9. The three Jackson In reporting on the study. ol ,
are James Chandler for his Salazar Mansel Levertt, and Patricia Weeks, in charge of scholarship at St. Johns opened on South small outlying municipalitiesin
County recently In SpeedvilleWillie first place in interpretation, Karen Powell.Eileen the Middle School debate Junior College, where the Temple Avenue in December the county haw It.\. '
Darla Christopher for second McDougald placed team, took three of her meet was held. A of McDonald's Hrookcr the
Pirnini was backed in his James Byrd 29 of representative Hampton, and -
request to sit on the Board, Speedville south of Starke, hamburger students said that most
once formed, by Com- was fatally shot Saturday restaurant chain has also residents ol Ihl'ol'om.\ .
night by a Flora home man, visited Starke in search of a munities seemed to want their
of his site. McDonald's is said to be towns to remain with the
supposedly one good
?.v friends To ShareIn considering a site at the new present unhurried rural atmosphere
Bradford Bradford Square shopping ; rather than the
iJ1r} ar .. .. OIrirr. : Dennis Carter Jr., 40, of center on south Temple congestion and other
-, Florahome is held in
,.", being Avenue. problems that rapid growth
Bradford County Jail on a first would bring
degree murder charge for the !Most people purchasing
Dr. said that
shooting of Byrd. franchises for these fast-food growl) Heighton cannot l 1)1.: ,avoided l.
Byrd was shot by Carter at 8 Craze For Sun ? restaurants are from however and pointed to the
pm. during a fish fry atGordon's Jacksonville, Gainesville, and completion ol lour-luning ol 1
Lake City who have
Beer Garden in may the Waldo Road to
Speedville. There is no known Bradford County, which permits issued by any Baldree of the Theressa area. "The growth is there," says heard of the land use studynow Gainesville which is slate. to
motive to the killing and the largely escaped the fabulous municipality.Although Four other home permitswere Gaines, noting that 175 new under way in Bradfordand start this year. He! said this
murder is still under investigation boom of the 1920's, seems to mcbile home in the$25.000 class while homestead tax exemption the prediction of the would speed up the growth of
according to others were less expensive. applications were issued in University of Florida planning
KINGSLEY LAKE share in the current craze for permits outnumbered conventional Bradford towns as "bedroomcommunities"
Deputy Julius Eunice of the a spot in the Florida sun homes almost two to Gaines said. 1973. group that the county'spopulation lor people .
FIRE DEPARTMENT Bradford County Sheriff's one. the dollar value of the said the may double in the working in Gainesville but, .-. .. ... I
Department.Byrd County Zoning Board latter class more than doubled Gaines total was January about Names on building permitsand next five years. That is the wishing to live in a semi-ruri\l /-".".' ,
Auxiliary was taken to the Director L. M. Gaines reports the "trailer" figures. permit homestead applications theory of Tax Assessor Gene atmosphere.
than the
TO MEET TODAY 1 1.30 PM. Bradford County Hospital in a that his office issued "right at Permits for 14 conventionaltype $100,000 previous high more month, July seem to be mostly "outside" Long and Chamber of Com
personal car, then transported' $500.000" in building permits homes were issued for a 1973. which saw $395,000 in people, Gaines says, names merce Executive Vice- IStof' Page HI)
STEAK & CHAMPAGNE to Shand's Teaching Hospitalin during January, a figure he total of $253,700. while 24 permits issued. that he doesn't recognize. President John Myers, both of
Gainesville where he was believes may have set a addedup whom also note the tremendous -
Dinner dead-on-arrival. Byrd was record for out-of-town con- mobile home permits growth in the state as a
Inc.Buys
to 107233. Rounding out Scotty's ,
whole and the fact that '
struction. The half million <
shot in the chest at close
COUNTRY CLUB with a ,22 caliber gun. range dollar total does not include the half million commercial dollar figure 7 Boys Arrested In Theftcameras. Bradford and surrounding II I
SATURDAY 7:30: were two permits ... counties are growing rapidly I'
for $103,000 and the usual !
.5 PER PERSON Then left the as people move from PropertyOn
quota of miscellaneous items Seven juveniles, ages 12-16, they :
FOR tvi, HGENCY Garment Factory 14 Trials such as electric hookups. have been arrested for Reaves home and went next congested urban area.
MEDICAL SERVICE breaking and entering and door to the Wilson residenceand 301 SouthSale
Dial The commercial total included commiting grand larceny in stole some whiskey Census
964-6161 Set To Resume Here Monday $82oot for a new the theft of a $5,000 coin Later, the children went into Monthly of a 2.7 acre plot on the .
or Florida Power and Light collection and other items in the woods and divided the east side of U.S. 31)1 South by : .1; J
Set Next Week
1-800-342-1516 The first two of the Garment in the prison garment factory substation: on Griffis Loop, the Bedford Lake area. money and stashed most of Charley E. and Thelma B. !
Toll Free Factory 14 defendants, last April 30. and $21,000 for an airstrip and the stolen items in the woods. The Bureau of the Census Johns to Scotty's Inc. of
Nathanial Pressley and They were scheduled for other facilities for light planesto The boys five white, and Deputy Eunice has will conduct its regular Winter Haven was recorded in
Either number will Insure Immediate James C, Edwards, will go on trial on Jan 7, but Circuit be: constructed by Lamar C two black, are residents of recovered the pistol, stereo monthly survey in this area on the courthouse here on Feb
response by qualified trial in Circuit Court here next Judge T, A. Yawn ruled In Bevils on property near Clay County The children tape player and part of the employment and unemployment 11. I :
medical technicians and a rescue Monday. favor of the defendants' Heilbronn Springs Bevils is were released in the custodyof money. The kids spent the during the week of According to documentary
vehicle for transportation to a Three other. defendants in motion challenging the jury- also applying for a light industry their parents and will haveto coin collection from Feb. 18-22 according to stamps attached to the deed
hospital for treatment. the case. Harry Graves, selection procedure in rezoning classification appear in juvenile court at a Gainesville to Jacksonville. Thomas W. McWhirter. purchase price of the property ,
Ernest McLeod, and Willie C. Bradford County, charging it for the possible manufacture later date. Some of the collection had director of the Bureau's Data was $85,000. ,'.,' I
c.....,., Holley, are set for trial on was not done on a random of Some type of airplane parts Julius Eunice of theBradford been cashed in to a coin shopin Collection Center in Atlanta. Scotty's Inc. is operator of u ;<:';./ 1
Feb. 20.Pressley. basis. Gaines said. ,County Sheriff's Jacksonville. A small chain of retail building supply
QSllr} (!UummunityAmmm! is charged In two The Bradford County The zoning director said Department had stated that amount has been recovered.The Census representative stores.
dank informations with assault with Commission drew a new jury that some nice homes are the children had skipped arrests took place Feb. visiting households in this The property is located just
intent to commit murder and list on. Feb. 4, following now being very built in the county, school and broke into H. A. 14. Two boys were picked up area is !Mrs. Norma Foray. south of the former Phillips (Mi
riot. Edwards faces charges guidelines set by Judge Yawn with a permit being issued to Reaves home in late by the Keystone Heights I Information supplied by service station on :un) South.
Ammm NOT l......< U, similar to Pressley's.The Instead of trying all 14 inmates Dudley November, on Bedford Lake, Police Department for auto individuals participating in No announcement has been
Hardy local .
T.120,000 tr attorney coin theft and the two confessed to the survey is confidential by made as to when construction -, j
Garment the and stole the $3,000
Factory 14 at court
h/.I. 0.-._...c-: are once or- for one near the golf course in I
inmates of the State Prison at dered separate trials for the the amount $42,000.. and collection a pistol, a stereo the thefts, Implicating. the law and results are used only of the Scotty's= retail I"II.t i
Raiford charged with rioting defendants last November; another for $39,000 to Charles tape player and several seven. to compile statistical totals. here will begin. !






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Junior ClubValentine Hazen-Thompson Date Set May 3 Bishop-Toliver Engagement Lois Clark Is Named BSP Valentine QueenLois BSP Meeting

In KeystoneGamma
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Party Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ilazen of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Bishop Sorority.An active member
Starke announce the of Kingsley Lake announce sorority for nine years, she Theta chapU'i ,
Members of the Junior and approaching the "I|
engagement
engagement and served her
ap? has Phi met ,
rand Beta Sigma n
Woman's Club and their marriage of their daughter uu
proaching
marriage of their vice president
president of Mrs. <
Phillip ,
home l.uk
husbands enjoyed a Valen Clara Kathleen, to Timothy daughter, Linda, of Fort recording secretary This HeightslomU: 111
tine's covered dish supper last 1o. Allen Thompson of Starke,son Walton Beach, to Richard D. she serves as chairman Keystone '
Saturday night at the home of of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Toliver of Fort Walton Beach, of year he program committc night.Two rushees
Mrs. Olin White Thompson of Silver Springs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Clark is the former winm
Mrs.
nounced June Jams ,
The wedding is planned for Toliver of of : "\
Washington, D. C. Kaufmann, daughter .
Lois Starke and Linda BoillhllllBrooker. ,,,
The buffet table was May 3 at 8 p.m. in the First The wedding will take place a Mr and Mrs. George Kauf- /
Plans \\crtin.uli-
cloth and Baptist Church, Starke. 4pri120 at 8 at the 'ii"
covered with a white rfi p.m. First mann also of Keystone and cards
r rk take candy to
and relatives MIMH'
All friends are
of Presbyterian Church
was centered by a bouquet in
Heights. ut the nursing! hmn..
invited to attend.Kingsley patients
red and white carnations with G Valparaiso Mrs Clark is married to Valentine's Day.
red checked gingham bows. ..ts Philip Clark loan officer with on Nancy Bradley \','
This was [flanked by four Federal Savingsand uiprogram "j
LakeAuxiliary Joyce Denmark Guaranty on the lhslurValentine's !' \ ,"I,\
burning tapers in two silver Loan Association. They Day
candelabras reside in Keystone Club
s ComplimentedAt Hcfn'shmcnlsl'r'l' vm.1'
Mrs. V. J. Spengler assistedin Feb. 14 h Estates. They are parents of by Mrs. Clark and 'XHK]

serving. s, LuncheonMiss two children, Karen 5 1-2 and Davis, co-hostess
The Kingsley Lake Susan 11.2.

.. .. .. ... Volunteer Firemen Auxiliary .,
- - - - --- -- meeting date has been Joyce Denmark,

to the second March 17 bride-elect, was
changed :
Painting Contractor Thursday afternoon in each complimented at a luncheonlast 1. I

month at 1:30: p.m. at the Saturday given by Mrs. (Mrs. Philip) Clark of GOSPEL SINE
INTERIOR EXTERIOR Kingsley Lake Fire Station. UDC Chapter John D. Johns, Mrs. Warren Keystone Heights has been
Winkler, Mrs. Philip Vellengaand
The next meeting will be
District Host Mrs. Thomas Crawford at selected as the 1974 Valentine
Thursday, Feb. 14.
RESIDENTAL Gamma Theta
COMMERCIAL of
the home of the latter on Queen
All ladies in the area are
Chapter, Beta Sigma PhiBirthday Sat. Feb. 23
Raiford Road.A
invited to attend. W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D.
Free Estimates C., met Wednesday afternoonof Valentine motif was
last week at the home of carried out in the decorations.The A ? FEATURINGDAVID
Lora M. Glisson, Mrs. C. N. Christy with Mrs.C. luncheon tables were tNN
FINANCING NOW A. Knight and Mrs. J. D. covered with cutwork cloths N!) EDDINGSAND
W.L. Bunce.Jr. and centered with of
Seymour as co-hostesses. nosegays
AVAILABLE IF 'QUALIFIED Final plans were made for red and white pompoms,
To Wed Feb. 22 the district two meeting which babys breath and hearts. A ENTINES
held Tuesday Feb. 12. The 28 guests included !Miss DAY a
NO SERVICE CHARGE ON was r. THE GOSPEL REVELATORSPLUS
Susan Sanderson, sister of the
Mrs. C. A. Knight recom-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meserve!
REMAINING BALANCEIF mended that the chapter prospective bridegroom.
the
announce approaching
of white rosebuds
donate $25:>> to the Historical Corsages Party
PAID ON TIME marriage of their daughter, Society for improvements on with red velvet hearts were
Lora Meserve Glisson to W. L. courthouse presented to the honoree, her
the old building.
(Bucky)Bunce,Jr.,son of Mr. During the program Mrs. mother, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, For Tina Best OTHER LOCAL TALENT

Past Jab References and Mrs W. L. Bunce, Sr. of Johnny Barrett read a poem. and Mrs. M. A. Sanderson.The .
Tina celebrated her
Best
hostesses also presentedMiss
Keystone Heights. The hostesses served
tenth birthday Saturday, Feb. Rt:
refreshments to the 22 Denmark with the
vegetable bowl of her chosen 2, from two to four o'clock in
GUARANTEED WORK
The wedding will be members present during the
C. H. Church
social hour.Country. china pattern as a memento of the Pecan Room of the Garden PineValley
solemnized on Friday, Feb. the occasion. Restaurant when her parents.
FOR TWO FULL YEARS 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the Gadara !Mr. and Mrs. Verl Best gavea

Baptist Church with the Rev. Club BIRTHS party for her and 13 LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF STARKE DOWN I tr <. '
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SERVICE YOU .
CAN TRUST AT Leamon Ward officiating.No children.
Steak DinnerThe ROAD BY BRADFORD FURNITURE FACTORY
REASONABLE PRICES Mr. and !Mrs. !M. A. Payne, Games were played duringthe
invitations are being Starke Golf and Jr. announce the birth of a party hours and prizes

sent, but all friends and Country Club is having a daughter, Carrie Lee, on Feb. awarded.
Call Rlan Banter relatives of the couple are champagne and steak dinner 2 in Alachua General Hospital. The refreshment table held EVERYONE INVITED
invited to attend the ceremonyand for members and guests Grandparents are Mr. and two cakes, one in shape of a
964-52:1&: reception that will follow Saturday Feb.16,at 7:30: p.m. !Mrs. M. A. Payne, Sr. of Valentine and the other a W.J. THORNTON PASTOR
at the church. The price is$5 per person. Call Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. birthday cake. Miss Rhonda
964-5441 for reservations. Truby Lee of Branford.. Best assisted in serving.






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Junior Club Fashion Show Set For Mar. 14 Joyce Denmark Is BrideelectMiss

Becky Payne, bride-
The Junior Woman's Club is needed for the Special
Is Honor elect
GuestAt of Feb. 23, was honoredat
met Tuesday, Feb. 3, at the Olympics for the mentally three parties during the
club house with Rick Ezzell, handicapped. This event will I a past week. .-
Bradford County Coordinatorfor be held March 13 at the BUS ReceptionMiss i j tt
4 R The T. L. Casey, Jr. home
the Special Olympics as track and is open to the public.
the for bridal
was setting a
Joyce Denmark bride- i
Refreshments servedin ,
guest speaker. were Gt
shower given for Miss Payneby
Mr. Ezzell explained to the the sunroom where the elect, was honored at a
Kathy Casey and Hjalmar
table covered with reception Thursday night at
club
the purpose of and what was a
white cloth. Red hand- the home of Mrs. J. E. Hardyon McMillen on Thursday night

St. Edward'sAltar crocheted doilies were used. E. Call Street. Serving as it v Feb. 7.Games.
were played during
The Valentine decorated cake hostesses with Mrs. Hardy JL
Mrs. Olin White Jr. the party hours by the 20
centered the table and was were ,
Society flanked by six red and white Mrs. T C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs. young girls and prizes were
Jim Reddish Mrs. L. K. won by Ginger Talcott and
Plans ActivitiesSt. burning candles In two silver "
candelabras. Mrs. James K, Whitehead Dorko. and Mrs. J. F. Donna The hostesses Prevatt. presented the

Edward's Altar Societymet Smith was hostess for the Mrs. honoree and her mother, Mrs.
Hardy greeted guestsat
.
Tuesday evening, Feb. 5, evening.The the door and presentedthem M. A. Payne, Sr., with corsages -
with the president, Mrs. Juniors are planning and also Miss Payne
to the line
receiving L
Michael Gilhooly, presiding. Show their annual and Spaghetti Spring Fashion Supper, composed of Miss Denmark; \4 with a set of baking pans as a ..
Mrs. Robbie Shaller memento of the occasion.
her mother Mrs. S. G. Den-
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Thursday night, March 14. ,
volunteered to have altar care T4 \ Moww
Mrs. Ronnie Kirkland and mark; and Mrs. M A. San- 4 5; \ Miss
during February.A Payne was given a
of the
derson, mother
compiled report of con Mrs. Bobbie Autry, co- bridal shower Friday, Feb. 8
.
valescent cards and visits to chairmen of this event, invitedthe prospective bridegroom.Those at the home of Mrs. Warren
in the line
the sick was sent in by Mrs. public to attend. Ticketsare receiving with Winkler. Hostesses with Mrs. R
$2.50 for adults and $1 for were presented pink \
Rudy Chism. Winkler were Mrs. Gary
camellia from the \fi1
children and may be obtained corsages h k ,'1
Mrs. Richard Welty in the hostesses. Brewer,Mrs. Don Patray, and 1
interest of Catholic Charities, from any club member. Highlighting the party aw r ,a e Mrs. Jerry Gay.
The club is giving a
requested donations of babies of The refreshment table was
rooms were arrangements ?
and childrens clothing in good Valentine party for the camellias and covered with a white lace
pink dogwood,
residents of Crocus cottage in
condition. azaleas. cloth over pink linen and
Mrs. asked for Sunland Training Center. centered with silver bowl
Joseph Gissy Mrs. White, Mrs. Reddishand a
assistance in the Coffee and Special handmade Valentinesfrom Mrs. Hazen served as holding an arrangement red
Bake Sale scheduled for Feb. Mrs. Ronnie Kirkland'sfourth carnations miniature
pink
be floor hostesses in the living ;
10. Mrs. John Samons and grade class will carnations and white babys
and and
room dining room q
presented to the ladies along :
Mrs. Welty offered to help with their refreshments. Mrs. Whitehead and Mrs. L breath. This was flanked by
with this project. Dorko were floor hostesses in pink tapers in silver can-
Mrs Linda Johns an-
Mrs. Bob Blakewood delabras.The .
nounced that the club, with the the family room.
outlined plans for the rum- gifts were displayed in
The refreshment table in the
help of the Junior Varsity and
mage sale set for March 2 at was covered withan the family room on a table HAPPY
dining room
Varsity cheerleaders of BUS,
the Brownlee Street former cutwork cloth covered with a cutwork cloth
last imported
collected about $300
minute market. Donations of and centered with
Sunday for the Mothers Marchof and centered with a silver Debbie Weds Jr. an
usable household items, Mclnarnay Roy Morgan arrangement of azaleas.
compote holding an
clothing, toys and bricabracare Dimes.contributors She wishes for giving to thankall to arrangement of camellias in Feb. 8 In Jacksonville Baptist Church The hostesses presented
being accepted. shades of pink. This was corsages to the honoree, her
this
Mrs Lester Humphries worthy cause. flanked by silver candelabrawith mother, Mrs. M. A. Payne. VALENTINE

announced that the East Coast pink tapers. Presiding at Deborah Ann Mclnarnay, flocked sheer gowns in Sr., and Mrs. Richard Page

Deanery Board Meeting will Teen VolunteersMet intervals in the silver coffee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rainbow colors of blue, yellow, mother of the prospective
be held in Jacksonville on service Mrs. J. W. Ritch and bridegroom. The hostessesalso
were Joseph Perry Mclnarnay of pink, green peach. They
Feb. 20.Mrs. ThursdayThe Mrs. J. R. and carried with presented Miss Payne
Wainwright, Keystone Heights, and Roy crystal goblets
Henry Stefanelli and Mrs. Phil Vellenga. At the Daniel Morgan, Jr. of Starke burning tapers and held pink with a portable electric mixeras
Mrs. Gladys Weldon reportedon punch bowl were Mrs. J. E. were united in marriage Feb. roses and miniature white a memento of the occasion
a meeting they attended Teenage Volunteersmade Denmark, Mrs. Vernon 8 at 7:30: p.m. in the Wesconnet carnations. Sixty guests were invited to OK USED CARS1n3CHEVROLETIMPALACOUPE
regarding the World Day of Valentine tray favors Silcox, and Mrs. Kenneth Baptist Church in Jackson- call between the hours 7:30: )
Prayer scheduled for March 1 for the Bradford County Grider. ville. Amy Goodman, carrying a and 8:30: p.m.
at the Episcopal Church. Mrs. Hospital patients at their Assisting in serving were basket of pink rose petals, was oMo.o
Antoinette Coss was asked to meeting Thursday night, Feb. Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs.\ The Rev. Gerald Milton of the flower girl and Ramsey On Saturday Miss Paynewas
assist the choir. Mrs. Welty 7. Charles Darby and Mrs. Clyde the Eliam Baptist Church of James Barret, cousin of the honored at a luncheon
and Mrs.Samons will serve as Sinclair. Melrose officiated during the bride was the ring bearer.A given by Mrs. T. L. Casey Jr. 14,000 miles one owner, Clean and

leaders in the readings for The group met at the homeof One hundred and fifty double ring ceremony.The and Mrs. R. S. Mullins at the Sharp.
that occasion. their sponsor, Mrs. Linda guests were invited to call couple were wed beforean reception was held home of the latter. $319500
Father James Cregan encouraged Johns. between the hours of 7:30: and altar flanked by double following the ceremony in the Guests at the mother-
members to par- candelabras, floral love church Fellowship hall. Those daughter luncheon included
9:30
ticipate in the World Day of Debbie Bryant, Cindy :The p.m.hostesses presented the baskets of mums and serving during the receptionwere Miss Payne, her mother, Mrs 1913 CHEVROLET CH EVELLE

Prayer. Gissy, and Anita Green were honoree with an assortment of greenery and six jade trees. Susan Paddleford M. A. Payne, Sr., intimate
The next meeting of the welcomed as new members.Mrs. cook books memento of Barbara Farris, Monteen friends and bridal attendants, 4 door, extra clean car with air con-
Altar Society will be held on the as a Mrs. Toby Bedenbaugh of Brewer. Barbara Matthews, and their mothers. ditioning, automatic transmission ,
March 5 at 7:30: p.m. in the Johns served refresh- occasion. Palatka rendered four Jill Johnson, Ava Green and The four dining tables were power steering & brakes.
Parish Hall. ments during the social hour. popular and sacred vocal Laurie Hunter. covered with off-white cloths

Dewey Williams selections accompanied by After a wedding trip in and were centered with Save $28951973CHEVROLET

-...--... ... Mrs. Alice Turknett of central and south Florida the nosegays of pink perfection
Birthday Party Jacksonville on the organ. couple will reside in camellias. Arrangements of
Jacksonville.Mr. pink perfection camelliaswere PICKUP TRUCK
The of Mr. and
groom son
I Dewey Jackson Williams Mrs. Roy Daniel Morgan of also used throughout the V8 standard shiftlong wheel base.
celebrated his fourth birthday party rooms, and corsages of
I Starke, chose his father as
on Feb. 11 when his parents, best man and ushers were and Mrs. Joey Reese of the same blossoms were $269500
'Mr.and Mrs. Charles Herbert A. Green, John R. Ocala visited Mrs. R. W. presented to Miss Payne, !Mrs.

I Williams, had a party for him Morgan, John Parales, and Reese and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Payne, and Mrs. Richard
and several friends at their James Rovertson.The Simmons over the weekend.Mr. Page. 1972 PONTIAC WAGON LEMANS
I
1 home on Pratt Street. The hostesses presented the Power steering, power brakes, V8
The youngsters enjoyed bride, wearing a gownof and Mrs. Robert N. honoree with an electric automatic transmission & air
in toaster as a memento of the engine,
I games and refreshments chantilly lace, was given Miller of Jacksonville were
during the party hours. marriage by her father. Her Sunday afternoon visitors of occasion.Mr. conditioning.Clean .
scalloped neckline was accented Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hill. little wagon and priced right.
I by an ornament of

white gold diamond pendant.Her Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of and Mrs. Edward Sch $219500

Mr.and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. matching chapel length Hampton Mr. and Mrs. wab of Merritt Island spent
and Mrs Peek, Sr. visited Mr. mantilla was edged with Raleigh Brannen of Bedford the weekend with !Mrs. Myrtle\
and !Mrs Roy Ward in Lake corresponding chantilly lace Lake and Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Anderson.Mr. 1972 GMC

Happy Valentine's Day To I City Saturday. and she carried a cascade and of Lawson of Starke spent last 4 Wheel drive, 4 speed, air conditioning,

yellow garnet white roses Saturday at Cedar Key and Mrs. J. C Brown, sharp all over, Big tires and Low
Mrs Lou Struth spent last stephanotis on a chapel Jr. left Tuesday for a five day
mileage.
GRANDMOTHER & GRANDDADDY week with Mr. and Mrs. Rod Bible. Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. A. trip to Caracas Venezuela to $319500

ALVAREZ AND Struth and family in Plant The bride was attended b> Russell Norman, and Mrs. W. attend a conference of the
H. Hart attended the district
Seventh World InternationalCivil
Karen Ruth Hunter as her
GRANNY, PAPA & MARCY SULLIVANFROM j City.Mr. maid of honor and other attendants meeting of Delta Kappa Defense organization 1911 CHEVROLET EL CAMINO
Gainesville
in
and Mrs. Barney Susan Patricia Gamma society They are press representatives -
McRae and Mrs. Betty Mclnarnary were sister of the Saturday.Mrs. of "Survival" Power steering, power brakes, radio &
,
Crawford had dinner with Mr. bride; Nancy Mares Cannon, magazine, published in heater, air conditioning, only 25,000
Jason and Mrs Gene Pass in Peggy Loletta, sister of the W. F. Herlong spent Starke. "Survival" is knownas miles.
Gainesville Sunday on Mrs. the weekend with her sister, "The American Journal of
groom; and Linda Susan Extra clean one owner.
Pass' birthday. Carter. They wore satin and Mrs.\ Mary C. Purvis in Civil Defense." Mrs. Brown is
Gainesville.Mrs. business manager and Mr $249500
Brown is art director. While
N. K. Hurst of In- there they will also attend a
dianapolis, Ind. is spending dinner party at the home of H 1970 PONTIAC GTO COUPE

several weeks with Mrs. Clyde E. Dr. Rafael Caldera, Light blue with vinyl top, bucket seats,
Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. T. President of the Republic of automatic transmission power

a I o8a MOBILE HOMES INC. H. Slade. Venezuela.Mr. steering & brakes.

Mrs. L. W. Strickland of and !Kirs. Theron Yawn $149500
ii 1650 North Temple Ave. Wildwood is spending several III and Jimmy Yawn of
I weeks with Mrs. W H. Hart, Gainesville, Miss Sue

Mrs. Ella Moody and Mrs. Grassman of Melbourne, and 1969 CHEVROLET TON PICKUP
Edith Christiansen. Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwellwere
saddle V8
wheel base paint
W. Beasley of Gainesville Long ,
at dinner
s ;lSfsr L: ,_ joined the family on Tuesday. Sunday guests at the a home of party!Mrs. engine, Good old truck.

Lila Rae Yawn in celebrationof
Theron's birthday.Mr. $129500
,
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Published>> every Thursdayat Olmsted, 111. were gueststhe Short wheel base, V8 engine, good tires,
138 W.Call Street t past week of Mr. andMrs. Runs real strong.
Starke,Florida 32091 Titus Olson.
$99500
Second Class postage paidat
Starke, FloridaSubscription Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson 1966 MUSTANG
and celebrated their
Rates: 28th family year in Judge George V8 standard shift, runs good, looks a
,
A I I ITI MIN In trade area: 16.00 per Gardner's home on Brownlee little Bad
;year; f 3.50 six months Road last Sunday at a Lawson $39500

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Outside trade area: $7.00
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New l\Ient.Jllleolth Center Opens To Meet Needs Of Those Under 18 Chemical CompaniesTo
'
Continue Growth
tT The North Central Florida education programs.As in the to sutstantiate the fact that
: Community Mental Health Center's other areas, fees will large numbers of children in in The basic chemical Industry .
Center has officially openedIts be based on the family's the catchment area are and will continue its capital

Child. Youth and Family ability to pay, severe need of help spending boom in 1974, according -
Center. Mental Health staff
Center guidance
to a recent
Local admittances to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Patrick Under the direction of Dr. have been greatly concernedthat The Child, Youth, and to conducted by Chemical survey
Judith Phillis a clinical child children in the Family Center hopes &
Bradford County Hospital this and daughter of St. George S. ten-county children in Engineering News
week include,: Mrs. Margaret C. were weekend guests of Mr. psychologist, this center will catchment area, which In- provide services to weekly
Crawford, Charles Jenkins, and Mrs. Robert Barksdale. attempt to provide much cludes Bradford and Union need whether problems are newsmagazine of the Amer.
Hi'ssie Thomas, Mrs. Dora needed services to clients Counties\ are vastly underserved. mild or severe, whenever ican Chemical Society.

Haisten, Sebe Harris, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby under the age of 18 and their While 43 percent of requested.
Gladys Collins, Mrs. Mary visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. families. Located at 840 N. E. the area population is under
Johnson, Mrs. Linda Thomas Dansby Jr. in Perry Sunday.Mr. f 6th Street in Gainesville this the age of 18, only 11 percent'I
Clarence Miller, Mrs Nellie and Mrs. F. H. Kramer Center will offer individual of the Center's clients have

McKinney, Mrs. Dorothy have returned from a week's :;.,.?. counseling and therapy group been in that age bracket. I
Griffis, Henry Gurthrie Mrs. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle '. therapy family counseling Thus, the need was felt for the
4 ,. e psychological evaluations establishment of facility anda HOW IMPORTANTIS
a
Huby Johns, George Mahalkoand Kemp in New Smyrna Beach. ,
Mrs. Mary Cooper of and consultation andFrom program devoted primarilyto FLOSSING?

Starke; and Mrs Willie Mrs. Fred Bennett Sr. .. children youth, and their

McVeigh of Keystone Heights.Mrs. underwent minor surgery a parish bulletin: families. 1
Wednesday in the Alachua "We hope that all our people The Child, Youth, and Most dental authorities today consider
Stephen Beckett and General Hospital. Last 2 Mid wives HonoredBradford will know that a dame a day Family Center will work flossing to be at least almost Important as a
daughter of Fort Knox, Ky. during Lent is a pretty closely with schools and In- brushing your teeth. This Is because proper

are visiting her parents, Mr. Friends of Homer White, County's last two living midwives. Mrs. Llnnie painless way of doing tends to develop preventive use of dental bacterial floss will plaque effectively from remove areas" dls-be-
and :Mrs. L. K. Whitehead this age 78, of Mooresville Ind., DeSue and Mrs. Essie Holland have been presented "cer- something nice and effectivefor mental health programs for seae-causing where a toothbrush cannot
week. former Starke resident and a tificates of honorable recognition of her practice of mid- the benefit of our church." children. Parents and schools tween the teeth

member of the First United wifery," the art or act of assisting In childbirth.Mrs. -Th. Anglican DigestClassified who have children whom they reset

Mr.\ and Mrs L. A. Taylor, Methodist Church will regretto Holland, right retired from midwifery In 1968 after Ad in the feel may need counseling will But many people with average" normal ri
Jr. and daughters of learn of his death on Feb. 7. delivering over 750 babies. Including some of her own Wash. be encouraged to utilize the dexterity find flowing to be difficult and
Jacksonville visited Mr. and grandchildren. She' worked as a home health aide until 1970. Tacoma News- Center's resources. In addition awkward. Some of the reasons are farcins
Mrs. Merritt Williams on Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Mrs. Llnnie DeSue retired near the end of 1966 after Tribune": "AKC male Irish there is also evidence I Ip the floss gets slippery fingers get In the way
Saturday. Neely and daughter of delivering over 1,000 babies. wetter. It takes too much time. Now as the Importanceof
.
Lakeland and Mrs. C. M. The certificates read that the ladies have "faithfully flossing is realized new aids to make It

Mrs Kenny Johns of Fort Fowler of Winter Park were served the mothers and babies of the State of Florida In the easier are being developed. See our complete

Sill, Lawton, Ok la. is spending weekend guests of Mr. and practice of midwifery and her service has been long and National Guardsmen dental aids section.
several months with her Mrs. Herbert Thomas at their devoted." 1M
The certificates were presented by Mrs. Arlln "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with
parents, Mr and !Mrs. !M. L. camp in the Scrub. McKnight. director of nursing at the Bradford County Health
& Families their prescriptions, health needs and other pharmacy/
Lawson.. Department and are signed by Wilson T. Sowder M. D.. c Sat & Sun l
Mrs. Bertha Fuller of products. We consider this trust a privilege and a duty
director. Division of Health State of Florida. IN THE
AREA ARE
Mrs. Clarence Dawley Tallahassee spent last week Feb. 16,17 May we be your personal family pharmacy?"

celebrated her 60th birthday with her son-in-law and v INVITED TO ATTEND ONE
Saturday evening with a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Emergency Medical Service
OR BOTH 964-6757
supper party at the home of Graham.
Numbers Listed
Mr and Mrs. George W. Telephone
Brown at Kingsley Lake. St.' VaLntineS e.C7anc. KOCH'S DRUGS
Enjoying the affair with the It's Not Every Monday. Early this year the Eight services phone numbers
Browns and !Mrs. Dawleywere County Emergency Medical should have already been
!Mr. Dawley, !Mrs. ...a passing bread Care Project established two mailed to your home but if Camp Blanding E.M. Club Call Fred Rl 166 W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.
Gordon Lewis, !Mr. and !Mrs wholesaler notices the flow of phone numbers for Bradford you have not received them
Vincent Lewis, !Mr. and !Mrs residents walking in and out of County residents and visitorsto they can be picked up at the Or Becky For Details 533-2101

Charles Agin, Mr. and !Mrs. City Fish and Meat Market at call in the event of a Bradford County Hospital or

Bruce Ivey and family, and the corner of Brownlee and medical emergency.The the Courthouse.
Mr. and :Mrs. Rex Brown. Water Streets in the early
morning.The numbers are the
Mr.\ and !Mrs J. G. Jackson breadman called the Bradford County Sheriff's

visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray police. The store should have Office, 964-6161, and the Eight := EAGLE THREE BIG DAYS
Tilley in Hollywood Sunday to been locked. It is normally County Central Dispatch
Thus Uy. closed on Monday. number 18003421516. =r+ Thursday, Friday,
Store owner Ernest Allen The latter toll free number
Mrs Robert Allen un said the door was open should be used in all areas of Saturday

derwent surgery Tuesday in !Monday Feb. 4, as an over- the County where the Sheriff's
Alachua General Hospital. sight after he had come to the number is not a local call. This
store during the morningto will save the caller long

!Mrs. Phillip Jacobs and son, prepare a bank statement distance charges and will
Elie. of !New; York City, and then forgot to lock up when he allow the Central Dispatcher,
!Mrs VV. II. Thomson of left. Allen said he could find located in Jacksonville to
Monticello\ spent the weekend nothing missing or out of determine the location of the

with Mr. and !Mrs. Brian place. nearest emergency rescue

Hamilton. Mrs. J. W. Griffin, unit.The
and Miss Lillian Stump. !Mrs. Later in the day around 800" number can also

Jacobs and son and Bill Thornton noon, smoke Bros. LaundromatThe filled the be used in Starke and areas Prices BLASTED On Everything Save 11% To 31 %
Hamilton accompanied! where the other call Is
Thomson home for a week'svisit. "local"; however if one
call was handled by prefers he can still get immediate jjjjtl
Starke Fire Department'sTruck RU1t iiidlli
service by calling the \
Archie Green of Miami will 2 manned by firemen Bradford County Sheriff's

spend Thursday to Sunday Kenny Chitty and J. H. office at 9646161.
with his mother Mrs. L. J. Blalock as well as Investigator The Eight County EMC 1 p'.

Green. Pat Henry of the Project urges those in need of I:
Public Service Commission.The .
emergency medical service to s
smoke that sent more call only the numbers men- .t alw9
Mrs. Bill Marchant and ning washer women running tioned above.Telephone net::. 1 i&" ,
family visited Disney World trom the building was attributed .s: ol /
recently. to a build up of lint in stickers with the ftotA

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cfl 10 BMS Students Earn StraightA'sFor



,, : -:' 1 Second Six-Weeks Grading PeriodA

n l ;,

group of ten students he works in the Library. Tommy Williams. Lou Ann DuBose. Sarah
,, earned straight A's at Pam Underhill, daughter of Seventh Grade Eddie Faulk, Catherine Grider,
I Iw Bradford Middle School of Mr. and Mrs Richard A. Aldridge, Gerald Baldwin, Mary Griffis Elise Johns,
i some 1,200 attending for the Underhill, Starke Miss Un- Teresa Boyce, Sherry Cole Lynne Johns Gwen Keith
second six weeks which ended derhill's elective is health Randall Crawford, Marlene Kevin Miller Tenna Norman
-,, 4 November 26. Dawson, Sharri Dobbs Lone Norman Hhonda
( ct rat. The second six-weeks honor The A-B honor roll students Elizabeth Dyal, James R Norman. Paula Parker Terri
roll, those Include- Faulkner, James Faulkner,
earning grades of B Patray. Catherine Schoemng,
k or higher, numbered 88, about Eighth Grade Merri Marcia Goodge, Cynthia Richard Smith Janet
: 4 : eN ::11 eight percent of the student Arwood, Janet Boyce, Elaine Griffith, Deborah Harper. Sylvester. Barry Thomas
S body Cauley, Diane Crews, Neva Carlos Hernandez, Donna Joyce Wainwright, Lila Yaw n.
a a.J .= Flynn, Debbie Glover, Johnson, Albert Lock Susan
EIGHTH GRADE Stephanie Green, Rhonda Massey, Melanie Morris,
Tammy Kelley, daughter of Griffis, Yolanda Hernandez, Jeffrey Norman. Wanda
Mr. and Mrs. M C. Kelley, Teresa Hobbs, Latonya Pittman, Pamela Stalnaker,
Lawtey. All of the students Johnson, Valarie Jones, David Stone, Joe Valmski
have a basic course of Teresa Moore, Alisia Morris, Sylvan Williams Carla
Science. English, and Math. Brenda Prevatt, Christie Wright, Diane Wright.
Listed are their elective Redding, Linda Richardson, Sixth Grade Lori .
subjects. Miss Kelley's Kenny Roderigue, Donna Blakewood, Terri Cogdill, *4.6peL
classes are music and gymnastics Samons, Bobby Smith Lori Peggy Cooper Rhea Corbett
Stinson, Kathy Taylor, Sandra Darlev. Jeri Driver.
Karen Reddish daughter of
.fit, l,+,rar Mr.and Mrs. Lamar Reddish, Southside Safety Patrol OrganizedPatrol 1j3 ieL
Starke. Miss Reddish's class
Bradford Middle School students earning A's for Williams.
slraighl-
the is in band A Safety Patrol was and beforethe ccJ.eCKKATSINCIMi
second six weeks badges
grading/ period were: Second row: Tracy George, Tammy Kelley, and Karen Roller
Carolyn daughter of recently student
First row (l-r): Sonya 'renly, Pam Underhill Tina Reddish. organized at body at an outdoor
Chasteen. Irene Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. George Roller, Southbide Elementary Schoolto school assembly. :\: !!
Carolyn Roller, and Joy
Laptev* Miss Roller's subjects assist in enforcing and Pitrol sponsors are: Mrs
are typing, gifted encouraging proper rules of Brenda Shinholser and Mrs. \VAKM BIBLE:
program English and Math. safety by all members of the Donna Griffen, 5th grade PIU\('l1l\i:\: !!
Sonya Tenly, daughter of student body. teachers; Miss Montery
Mr and Mrs. Sonny Tenly, The 24-member patrol Wasdin, 1st grade; and Mrs. \VOM:\: )KKKL'I.KKI.MWSIIII'.
? Jr.. Starke. Miss Tenly is consists of three special Mildred Harper, 4th grade. .:
enrolled in agriculture. She is education students, nine 4th Patrol advisor is principal
alsq a member of the gymnastic grade students, and 12 5th Dewey B. McKinney. All these and more art found
4.. team and an eighth grade students The following Patrol members must be a at the First Baptist huich ..lStarkr
--- grade cheerleader. officers were elected at the minimum of 9 years of age, !!
Joy Williams, daughter of first meeting: Captain Tony must maintain an academic \\'or ship w it h us and sec
Mr and Mrs. Jim Williams, Milner, son of Mr and Mrs. average of B or better, must uliatC Is doing!
Hampton. Miss Williams' Bob Milner; Lieutenants, have conduct grades of B or
classes are in the gifted Betty Jean Kite, daughter of better, and must be recom- I Hear these Bible'
program and art.SE'ENTII Mrs. Marlene Kite, and mended by their teacher for Messages Suiut.iv. t :
Lynnette Hamilton, daughterof demonstrated leadership. 11:1111.1.11."Life's: : .
GRADE Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Each member is selected for a EssentialIngredients":
Tracy George daughter of Hamilton. All are members of minimum of six school weeks,
Mr and Mrs. William George, the 5th grade. after which he or she may not Romans I I.ll-Mi:
Starke. Other Patrol members are: be succeeded by another
Irene Wainwright daughterof Thomas Franklin, Alesia student from his class.ij 7:11I:: ".:\1.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Sheffield, Regina Rasnick, "If at Firstoultoirt)
Wainwright, Starke. Miss Cathy Perry, Donna Bardin, NUl.t..t..l"
Wainwright's classes are Karen Chitty, Byron Hebrews 11IIi-II::! :!!
music and gifted program. Williams, Milton Hill, Peter ;
Blanchette, Suzette Rodrigue, if Phone !'IIIII' ) <(<: (;:!I orF'ree

'x.r ,r' SIXTH GRADE Rebecca Cooney Becky / .l-- Transportation.
i Tina Chasteen, daughter of Adkins, Rhonda Stern, '
r !Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Kenneth Griffis, Pam Pratt, ; "The('hunhith 1I11."al'l.I ,
I' T L Raiford. Miss Chasteen's Tommy Powell, Joy St. John, \: In tlielleait of Starke""Reaching
classes are typing and gifted Doyce Dean Griffis, Linda ---J 'jf
I program Howard, Sandra Harper, and \ Peopleis .
W Joey Riggs son of Mr. and John Powell. 1 our PUllU"
ty .T Mrs. Donald Riggs. Starke. The new patrol memberswere Bane Bryant Pattor
Riggs' classes are typing and presented their Safetv -:; "'" William, Georqe Minuter olMutic

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Straight-A students at Bradford Middle School for the first Carolyn Holler.
six-weeks of the current school term were: <( First row (II-rl): Linda Richardson, Lt'enn Green first six-week's", honor roll at BMS; in an earlier edition but
In Small
Mt'lanieIorrls! Irene \\ainuright, and Betsy Yawn omitted the photograph of the straight-A students. We Cars I
Second row: Janet Boyce, Sarah Biggs, Neva Flynn, and apologise, folks: here it is!)


Arrest Orders Issued Wednesday For 37 Who Failed To Appear Starke Chrysler Plymouth I I

Thirty-seven traffic Jeff Robinson, $15, for no :Marguerite O Quagliano, In the plea day session held
violators failed to appear in valid driver's license; James Everett Edward Rone, John Wednesday, Feb. 6,
answer to summonses for plea Donald Sears, $J6, for Marshall Riggs, Jr., !Merle dispositions were made of the Dodge I
day traffic cases scheduledfor unlawful speed; James Harry Odom Starling following cases:
Wednesday, Feb. 13, in Sheppard, $36, for unlawful Richard Davis Thompson Gerald Edward Griffis, $50,
county judge's court. speed Case dismissed against Samuel Bobby Wilkinson for disorderly intoxication; '
County Court Judge Elzie Sheppard for no valid driver's Frank Williams, Larry Doris Danson, $50, for assault A Tight On Target
Sanders set bonds in the license. Thompson Williams, Virginia and battery; Jeffrey Nugent,
amount of $251 in each case Alan Wayne Thornton, $36 Ramer Welton and Earley $15, for worthless check;
and issued arrest orders for for careless driving; Steven Young Jr.Bonds Leslie II Nugent, $30, for 2
each of the violators. Dana Coshow,$26, for no valid estreated in other worthless check charges.
Of those who appeared in inspection certificate; cases were: Michael Alan Bocloff, case
answer to summonses the Wendell Eugene! Johnson, $51, Michael John Lucas, for dismissed, on an unlawful
following fines were handed for no valid driver's license; disobeying traffic signal; speed charge, Charles Bryan
down by the court: Jeffrey Lynn Nugent, $36, for Joseph Frazier for loud Cowart, $76, for wilful and
Wayne Dwight Addison, $25, no valid driver's license. muffler, Richard James wanton reckless driving and
for careless driving; f Harvey Balous Eugene Edwards McDonald, for improper tag, Essie Davis Holland was 74 Plymouth Duster
Anderson, $36! for violation of sentenced to 30 days in jail and Patricia Lytler Whisler, adjudged not guilty by the
right-of-way; Douglas James and has his driver's license for following too closely. court on a careless charge.
Cardm $36, for unlawful revoked for a period of one Gas
speed; Willie Lee Dixon, $26 year on a DWI charge.Twentyeight Burglary, )Robber}. Insurance Avaihible S
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for no valid inspection certificate violators sat
forfeited bonds for unlawful Effective Feb. 1, residentsand available to alf residents and
Marion Padgett Decanio speed They were: Ronold businessmen in Florida business men, regardless of
$36, for careless driving, Orlando Guedez, Gary Nor will be eligible to buy burglaryand their location, and will not be
George Wesley Fish, $JB, for man Slutzky, Donnie Leroy robbery insurance under cancelled or nonrenewed
unlawful speed; Sherry Solze Brinson, Franklin Lee Dillon the Federal Crime Insurance because of losses. Other than .
Hamilton, case dismissed for Ronald E. Fuller Thomas Program administred by the payment of the premium, the -MTM
failure to carry and exhibit Cleveland f'uller.RooseveltGreen.. U. S. Department of Housingand only requirement is that the
driver's license on demand; Frank Lee Urban Development, premises meet the program's I
Lee Berton Hughes $21, for no (Hill, Robert Bacheler Hardm Federal policies can be protective device
tag on vehicle. Eugene: Paul Hartman, James purchased through any requirements for such entry
Stuart Lee Johnston, $26, for Raymond Holland, Charlie licensed Florida property points as doors and windows.
unlawful speed: Lether John Kyle, George Michael insurance agent or the Ser
Marks, $15, for violation of Krain, Richard !Meek Me- ,
vicing Compiinv: designatedfor
of commercial
The
driver license restrictions; Cullough, Russell Darrell that State Aetna Casualtyand premises will be inspected so Room For Six Big Electronic Egnition I
applicants
Homer Mosley, Jr.,$15, for no Miscally, Richard Gene Surety Company, with that applicants may know for It
valid driver's license Carlos Mattsonllembrick.
; offices at 5200 Kennedy Blvd., sure that they meet the
Earl Moss, $26.for unlawful Morris, Jr., John Tampa.
speed. Ray Parmenter Jr., The Federal policies will be requirements. t t

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I It t together In the crowd but twice the Tornado exhibition to give the Tornadoes and putting the ball back up. opposite rim, bounding over f
final two and one-half minutesIn defense came through to allow a four point, 54-50 lead Firing from 20 feet out on the BITS basket player stationed
under the
Fernandina Beach last BUS to pull away. which didn't last. Fouled the left side, Alvaughn Golden where the
Friday night the Bradford With the Pirates up 50-48 under the basket, White sank tied the game again, at 56-56, ball should have landed, and
High Tornado Cagers with 6:10: left in the fourth the first shot of a oneandonefoul as his long range shot zipped into the hands of a Pirate j
wrapped up its first Florida period,Alvaughn Golden sanka situation. Then he droveup through the nets with 2:50: left outside.
Star Conference basketball fast break lay-up on a long the middle of the usually in the game. Then the tough But this time Curtis White j I
'1SJ since from Donnie Sewell who defense the Tornadoes have rebounded the missed shot, :
crown 1966 with a 67-S8 pass tight Pirate zone and a layup,
c made the once and put it back up to give BUS I
had was
going rough and was fouled as he scored been exhibiting
win.Close until its final minutes, under the Fernandina basket White calmly added the bonus again in evidence. Fer a 58-56 lead with 2:23: left in!the i
the game almost scared the and who came up with the charity shot, despite a nandina's William Bacon was game.
wits out of the Bradford basketball without allowing bleacher stomping, yelling whistled down for charging as Tough under the defensive
J l ? Lw coaching staff, several BHS Fernandina shoot.The steal Fernandina student crowd. the Tornado defense pressed. basket, the Tornado defensewouldn"t
administrators and a handfulof and long pass netted BITS a 50- But BITS failed to capitalizeon That gave BUS the ball give when Malpheustried
Bradford fans. "Yeah we 50 deadlock with 5:31: left in that lead. Fernandina's outside. The Tornadoes to back under the basketto
were just sort of sitting back. the game. Keith Malpheus put the promptly went for the basketat get a grip shot. Malpheus j
But when we really needed the Curtis White then put on a Pirates up by two, 56-54, by a time when many of their was called for a foul. BUS got
big plays, the defense came single-handed scoring grabbing an offensive rebound outside shots were hitting the (SeeFisheprneir's )

through," states Coach Mike ... ..... I'age,7)I I
Sexton, who - - ------ - oa.o
appeared quite - - - - -
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( with just 2:33: left in the game.
With 5:31: left it had also been
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k Friday night have given the
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a 1 record of 13-3 with three
games left in the season.
"It was the best offensive
game of the season and
everybody played and
everybody did a good job," i
\ says Junior Varsity Coach
Wayne McLeod, of the
Macclenny game.
Milton Baker led the Baby
Tornadoes in the Macclenny .f
game with 14 points while Of
Willie Berry hit for 11. Darrell
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BHS took a six point 18.12 Live Bait Yes Sir:
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the end of the first half BUS Each Week .
was in front 4025. In the third 1ee: Crickets Worms
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period BHS was slowed down tcS
but they still outscored Baker \::
16-13 to take a 56-38 lead. By 001yt: Minnows & Shiners
the end of the BUS -<'\
lowering front line made it rough for Bradford's Donnie Sou ell. shown a box p. game won \.
Curtisliite.. and ,\\\illiains., but all three Tornado front men stored in double figures: 6948.Fernandin v '- S
: Ulnte IT. Sew ell and \\illiams 11 points. : played a c
and BUS had
e Se\\ell and \\hitI' each grabbed II rebounds and Williams !t.) HI IS had :W rebounds to Fertundina's tougher game
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Wins One Loses One the quarter ended 3938. BUS
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period as it outscored Mac- Bush's
i Bradford High tennis them hate been playing for Winners in the boys. match clenny 19.11 to win the game Fishing SupplyEDWARDS
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y us both the girls and boys "I 1 don't think we did that Handy Crews. 85. Mike!
< team lost one match and won bad against them." stated Mcltaeand Bruce Tucker won SCORE BY QUARTERS OPENS EARLY A.M. CLOSE LATE P.M.
C another Mrs. 110\\ard. a doubles match while David BHS 18 22 16 13 69
E Saturday at the Starke Golf BIIS's girls lost all individual George and Chuck Hutcheson Mace 12 13 13 10 48 ROAD ONE BLK OFF 301 NORTH OF BRADFORD SQUARE
and Club both the matches
Country Playersand lost 83. These scores are by
i girls and boys beat Lake scores were: Jennifer playing pro sets. BHS 14 13 13 19 59
i Butler The girls and boys won Jockel lost 2-6, 2-6, Hjalmar :McKae lost his individual FB 12 17 10 11 50
< (K-l in their matches The girls McMillan lost 6-0. 6.1: Debbie match 8-5, Tucker 8-5, and .
{ lost 6.1 against Lake City Mitchell lost 6-0. 6-0.: Kathy Hutcheson 83. -- -- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaacaaaa ooaccacaaacoaoooaccaooce -- C C
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4 record hale the boys. stand at Jockel and Ha/en lost 8.1 in matches. They were Jotkel: 8- a
4 12. their doubles match and McMillan: : 80. :Mitchell 8-0. (IJLIkJ( 01YmG3U0 GJU G3
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! BHS Basketballers Beat Baker County p pM Bradford Weight


After revenge Bradford Johnson then hit a 20 footer for followed by four straight tight and saved a 75-42 lead.
High varsity cagers polishedoff the Wildcats and BHS Tornado baskets. White and Then Golden came back in the 1
Baker County Wildcats 8V followed with two straight Sewell each added one and game and scored five straight 'I Lifters Win First
42 after taking the Florlcfe baskets by Sewell to Jump in Golden added two to put BHSin points to end the game 8142. y'
Star Championship with a 17- front 8.2.Johnson. front 38-13 with 2:21: left in Friday night BHS meet
58 conference win in Farr hit again for Baker the second period. tough Live Oak at Starke, then
nandina Beach last Friday and BHS again retaliated with Baker then started to scorea Saturday night travel to Ocala, WUab. Meet Of YearBradford
night.In two straight baskets, one a tip little, hitting six straight to face Vanguard. Monday _
the opening game o. the in from Sewell and the other a points. Mike Carter and night Bolles will visit the
season Macclenny came from 20 footer by Abie Williams. Robert Hope each hit a tasket Tornadoes for the last regular I High weight lifters us with his best performar.ee
behind in the second laIC to John Kennedy hit a 20 footer for Macclenny and Carter season won their first meet of the of the year. Marlon Thorntonalso
edge 52-50 by BradforJ. The for the Wildcats and BUS had then hit two foul shots. This Live Oak game.had a 13-9 record year 37-26 over visiting Bishop did a good job and did his
Tornadoes now stand with a doubled its lead over Baker 12- closed the gap to 3819. and according to Coach Kenny of Jacksonville last best job of the year, along with
16-3 season record ant 9-1 in 6 with 2:29: left in the first James Aldridge then hit Sexton they have had an Monday making the season Neel.
the conference and a-e rated quarter. both ends of a one and one and down season. "Live Oak up record 1-2. "I hope this has been a
10th in the state. Then Golden hit his biggest situation for BHS followed by has been coming on strong "It was by far the best meet turning point for us, because
Alvaughn Golden rut out the scoring streak of the night, the same play by Williams. lately and when we played 1 that we have had this year and this meet was all ours," says
top performance of' the year four straight ,lay ups, all Then Golden hit another 20 them there they played us a Bishop Kenny weight lifter does not quite make this bench almost everybody improvedtheir Coach Redding. "Now they
for anybody rackng up 33 coming from fast breaks. He footer. Kennedy hit two foul real tough game, 55-47," press and it did not count during the meet with Bradford In lifts," says Coach Butch know what they have to do to
points against IVacclenny.onnie \ kept this up until the first shots for Macclenny before stated Sexton. Redding. Usually at the meets win."
Sewell war next in line quarter ended 26, BHS. the half ended 44-21.: BHS. "We've Rot a good ball club the required lifts are the Next Wednesday BUS will
with 12 points. Swell led in BHS kept firing away in the BHS sputtered around at the Starke.Eight bench press and clean and travel to Gainesville to meet
rebounding with 11 followed second quarter starting off first of the second half and and if we play good ball we Years Since jerk. BK requested that the with Eastside for the second
by Sheldon Hodje. with nine. with three straight baskets. Macclenny moved to within 20 can go all the way, but we" clean and jerk be replacedwith time this year. The first time,
"I'm glad wi won," says Junior Elva Hampton hit the points of the Tornadoes,4727. have to stay consistant, the dead lift. This endedup two weeks ago, Eastside won
Head Varsity Coach Mike first one from 20 feet out Then the Bradford defense concluded Sexton. being one of the biggest 3627. In the first meet of the
Sexton. "We ally played the followed by another 20 feet out came alive and BUS started Last Conf. TitleIt advantages that Bradford year against Ocala Vanguard
five starters tigether for three by Golden. Then Wayne putting. more points on the SCORE BY QUARTERSBHS had BHS lost 3924.
minutes in tlu first half." Berry,just off the bench,went board. Scores by White, 20241720-81 BHS took four first places in
Bradford talk a 20-6 lead at for a lay up putting BUS ahead Hodge, Golden and Hamptonput Macc 6 15 9 12 42BradfOl"d has been eight years since basketball coach at BHS))/, the seven classes while
the end of (the first quarter 266.The the Tornadoes in front 57- Bradford High has won a Greg Reddish, Emmett racking up five second places. AllStarsTravel
then moved to a 44-21 lead at Wildcats then hit five 27 with 53 seconds left In the White 3-2-8, Florida Star Conference Akridge, John Odom, Bryan Listed are the weight class,
halftime -by the end of the straight points from a foul third period. By the time the Williams 1-2-4, Golden 15-3-33, basketball title, which makes Erwin, Joe Kaufmann, Dale placing, lifters, their best
third quart BUS was ahead shot and two baskets. Golden quarter ended the score was Sewell 6-0-12, Hodge 3-0-, that honor quite a rare event Crosby and Donald Falcon. bench press,best dead lift and ToDeland
61-30. then scored two straight for 6130. Hampton 4-0-8, Aldridge 1-2-4, for BHS. The 1966 BUS five also won total: 123 class 1st, Kevin
Bradforc drew first blood in BHS with a loop shot and a 15 Coach Sexton started Berry 2-0-4, McMUlian 1+2. Not since the 1965-66 season the group tournament, Meng 190, 320-510; 2nd,
the game with a jump shot footer. Now the score was soil substituting freely in the Totals 36.9.81.Macdenny had Tornado cagers won a blowing Pensacola Tate out Johnny Kilby 180, 275-455; 132
from Sewell and a 20 footer by with 4:54: left in the first fourth quarter and BHS was Kennedy 1-2- Florida Star title. Back then with an 86-63 in the tour- :class 1st, Mike Crews 245,
Golden tojump BUS in front 4- half.Baker's playing a tough game as both 4, Carter 5-6-16, Claudall 0-1-1, the conference champion was nament played in Starke. That 325-570; 3rd, Stone 160, 260- Intermediate Boys All-Star
o with 6.14 left in the first Benny Paige then teams took turns scoring. Hope 1-0-2, Johnson 3-0-6, determined in the loop team lost to Niceville 59-56 in 420; 148 class 1st Stuart basketball team of the Starke
period. Baker's Rufus hit a 10 footer for the Wildcats With 1:05: left in the game Jefferson 3-5-11, Paige 1-0-2. tournament; regular season the finals of the regional Strickland 245, 325-570; 2nd, Recreation Department will
.. Bradford had held the game Totals 141442. conference didn t enter into tournament in the last 30 David Harper 205, 315-520; 165 travel Deland, Feb. 15-16, to
-_ --- ....M!!". the standings.In seconds of play. class 2nd, Leonard Sapp take part in the District III
1966 Tornadoes,under But it was the fartherest any 220, 375-595; 181 class 2nd, Tournament of the Florida
r- Golf Team Faces First Coach Warney Atkinson, the BHS cage team has gone in Marlon Thornton 210, 400-610; Intermediate Boys Basketball
FLORIDATHEATRE Tornado five was 16-11 on the many, many years. Prior to 198 class 3rd, Danny An- Association, made up of boys
1 season and 6-2 in the con- 1966, BHS has to go back 17 derson 235, 350-585; Heavy ages 1315.
ference. That team also years to 1949 to find a previous Weights 1st, Donnie Neel This is a State-wide
Competition Tuesday featured the first black playeron basketball team that brought 250, 385-635; 2nd, Tommy organization with seven
Bradford athletic home Edwards 195, 420-615.
a High a championship trophy. districts from around the
s===;;= Bradford High's golf team match Tuesday, Bradford will team. Local fans will The 1967 BHS basketball "Mike Crews did a real fine state. Starke will be com-
r-: will face first competitionnext travel to Macclenny. Mac- remember Steve Baker and team posted an even better job and tied the state recordfor peting against teams from
SHOWTIME- Tuesday in Lake City, clenny and Bishop Kenny of how the tall skinny player led record than the 1966 five, the bench press with" his Deland, Ormond Beach and
Ask Q FRIDAY AT 7.00 then will face the same teamat Jacksonville are the only two the Tornadoes in scoring and going 22-5 over all but they lost lift of 245 pounds," says Bunnell, and will open the
SATURDAY-100 the Starke Golf and Country non-conference teams BHS rebounding many games. the conference title in the loop Redding. "Abo doing fine jobs tournament against Ormond
Charley SUNDAY3.00 Club Friday. plays. Rest of the team memberswere tournament by losing to Lake for us were"Meng, Kilby and Beach. Friday, 6:30: p.m.If .
.. Seven players. are out for The team is playing 10 Bobby White, Paul City by two points. Strickland. Starke should
E. \jPi FRI SAT SUN ,the team this year. They are qualifying rounds before the McLeod,Wayne McLeod(now Last year the Tornadoeshad "Leonard Sapp came or second in the place mat
tourney.
Jeffery McRae Ed Watts, first match. Herres and Watts present junior varsitv a winning 13-11 season, through and did a good lob for
FRI.. SAT.. Matt Herres neck and neck for .
Johns SUN. David Gaines, are running I ---- -
.. Bobby Paterson, Lee Casey, the top position. I ciHiDAt mar
I TfoDiractan Company.prnmto I IRTAUtfULAL and Last Gene year Tanner.the Bradford "We might possibly have Lh -, -, .- Mark Olin Has This Home At ACAAFiL"

About This Qiestion team placed third in the the conference tournamenthere "
conference tournament while due to the reschedulingof 1T Price You Can't Believe.
the district tournament," \ .
ending the season with a 7.9 YI mam\: :
"New package policies are PUU record.A says Golf Coach Warney ""n
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number of optional possession from the side, and Tornadoes with 18 points,
at that point Coach Sexton Curtis White had 17, and
coverages 'with broad AP.R.Io STATE LAW REQUIRES ALL MOBILE HOMES HAVE
called a time out to group his Donnie Sewell and Abie
fire coverage-at a 10 Williams each bucketed 14
per cent t> 20 per cent FRI.. SAT. SUN troops.When play resumed BHS points. HURRICANE TIE DOWN STRAPS. THIS LAW WILL BE
Does failed to score, and Fer- The tall Pirates
premium'saving.
.
nandina had several shots outrebounded the Tornadoes
ENFORCED STARTING THIS SPRING.To
-'St .
the Chadey E. Johns He's before White rebounded as 44 to 38. But Sewell and White
Agency invite business hooked his arm. both got 11 and Williams 9 for
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brought the ball BHS 1916l0-67
Charley E. PARAMOUNT. PICTURES PRESENTS down hurriedly with time Fer. 13 21 13 11 S3BHS Inform The'Public.
A BRYNA COMPANY FILM running out. Result was that -White 5-7-17,
JOHNS AGENCY KIRK Curtis White stole the ball Williams 7-0-14, Golden 9+18,
I INSCALAWAG away and fed Golden for a Sewell 5-4-14, Hodge ()-)-),
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PHONE 9 ,4-5070 i?]<< reawcaaA left in the game. Fer.-Gauther 4-Q-8, Bacon
MgApUNT McIeAB'' Then Golden again stole the 5-2-12. Malpheus 6-7-19, An-
ball from Fernandina, agair. Jderson 4-7-15, Smith 2-0-4. HEAD ANCHORS S3.5O EA. No Strap On Hame
putting the Tornadoes on the Totals 21.16.58.Wins .
offensive. The tall Pirates DOUBLE HEAD ANCHORS S4.5O EA.
towered over White in the UP TO 40'
301 DRIVEINShow middle, but Golden fed him One FRAME STRAPS S2.OO EA.
anyway. White tried to 12.OO27.OO SIX FRAME STRAPS
with the ball and was foul OVER ROOF STRAPS S3.OO EA.
Begins At Sundown This time he bucketed both Lose One..... SIX DOUBLE HEADED ANCHORS

ends of a two shot charity CORNER BRACKETS FOR STRAPS S2.OO EA.
From 9.00 THREE OVER ROOF STRAPS
( Page 8))
FRI.-SAT. FEBRUARY 15-16 round despite the noise. With
1:14: left in the game, BHS led doubles match 8-7 while Lynn Horn* With Strap $ 12 OO CORNER'BRACKETS 6
DOUBLE FEATUREGH&TON 62-56. Pierce and Hazen won 84.
The cool Tornadoes playedit Winners in the boys in- Rlrvady InatallvdUPTO4O' 60.00
tough under the boards and dividuals were: McRae 8-6.
added five more points in a Tucker 8-0, Hutcheson 8-2 andRandy
period that saw them outscorethe Crews 8-2. Andy Crews NaStrap.DnHames
Pirates 22-11 to wrap up was the only individual loss. 12.00 FRAME STRAPS
the Florida Star title. Both boys double matches: _
BHS led 19-16 after the first were won. McRae and Hut 27.0O 6 DOUBLE HEAD ANCHORS 40' TO 60'
period in Fernandina. But a cheson won 8-6 and Tucker 39.00
cold spot in the second period, and George won 8-2. 27.00 SIX DOUBLE ANCHORS
when ahead by eight points "This is Lake Butler's first
the Tornadoes were outscored year and we are just a little HomB With Straps 14.00 FOUR SINGLE ANCHORS
12-2 in a two minute period, stronger than they are," says
5w left the Big Red five up by just Coach Howard. "We have Rlrvady Inmkallvd 20.00 TEN FRAME STRAPS
one, 35-34, at the half. been practicing longer than 9.00 THREE OVER ROOF STRAPS'
In the third period of nip and they have."
WITH P tuck scoring, with the Tor- Next Monday the girls team 4O' TO 6Of $ 12.00 SIX CORNER BRACKETS
nadoes looking a bit travels to Boones' Park In 27.00 SIX DOUBLE ANCHORS
disorganized Fernandina Jacksonville to meet with 82.OO
edgedBHS 13-10 and took a 47- Edward White High School at 14.00 FOUR SINGLE ANCHORS
45 edge into the final stanza.It 3 p.m. The boys so far are idle
PLUS was the seventh con- for two weeks but Coach $ 20.00 TEN FRAME STRAPS
ference win in a row for the Howard plans to find a match NoStrapa Dn HomsHamaaWith5trapa
Tornado five, who had won with someone. 51.00
/ five on the road and two at
A I home. 6V AND UP
i I "We've got it row!" says Rec.
Coach Sexton. The key to the Dept.To Rlraady Inatallvd 27.00 SIX DOUBLE ANCHORS
conference crown, the coach
.. 11FLAD+D.Y AlLIEO ARTISTS points out, has been his team's Conduct 28.00 EIGHT SINGLE (IANCHORS
ability to win on the road. 60' AND OVER
SUN.. MON Nobody else has done that this 28.OO FOURTEEN FRAME STRAPS
season, Sexton points out.
AfterFernandina the City SurveyStarke's 28.00 FOURTEEN FRAME STRAPS 9.00 OVER ROOF STRAPS 3
They car.teach you a loll f Enter their course!
Tornadoes were 15-3 on the 27.00 SIX DOUBLE HEADED ANCHORS CORNER
S 12.00 BRACKETS 6
season and 9-1 in the con- Recreation
SFl( LAB ference. Worst BUS could Department is asking for the .< 28.00 EIGHT SINGLE ANCHORS
finish in the conference is 9-3 cooperation of all city 104.00
TIIEsrl'JII Nrl' if beaten by both Live Oak anti residents in conducting a 83.00
r Bolles In games to be played survey of recreation needs of
) TEACHERS on the BUS some court.: The the community.
best any other Florida Star During the next two weeks, Prices For Double Wides Are The Same Based On Length.
SUSAN DAMANTB BROOK MILLS team can do is an 8-4 loop each resident should receive a
BRENDA BUTTONSUN. mull: Bolles Is 64 in the questionnaire card. Installation This Price Does Not Include Any Extras Such As Awnings
I Florida Star and Orange Park: The questionnaire should be $32.50 Charge ,

03iu"MTDOrtta: [ is games 5-4.OP left has and three Bolles conference two returned than Feb.to City 25, in Hall order no later to Skirting;Add A Room, Or Air Conditioners That Might. Be In The Way <}".

., MON after last Friday. complete the survey by the All Work GuaranteedOlin's .
Four Tornadoes scored in first week in March.
r double figures in Fernandinaas The survey, if successful,
m BUS shot a respectable 48 should help the City of Starkein
per cent from the floor, determining the
4c despite appearances other- recreational needs and Mobile Home Sales
wise in the second half with 28 desires of our citizens for the .
baskets in 59 attempts. present and near future, but it ,;
Fernandina was 39 per cent can only be successful if we Hvy 100 W. 964-5606 Starke, Fla. >I.
from the floor, 22 for SI. have the full cooperation of ;. <
1 Alvaughn. Golden led th. the people.

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\Youth Tour ContestTo


BHS Basketballers Play In BHS Thinclads Win First Meet \\ Be Sponsored

Bradford High thinclads Cauley. 44.4; 4)) Bell, 45.1. BIIS,208.9: Hildrith Barber Mile Relay 1)) BHS, 3:39:; lly Clay Co-op
won their first meet of the 8110 run1)) Hodges 2:06: ; 3)) Puckett Brown. Bennett, Chandler. Brown ,
District Tourney ThursdayJust year in a 4-way go over Parsons 2 11. 4)) Paterson, Two Mile Run 3)> Paterson, Sherman. iW the ninth consecutive
Orange Park Eastside and P. 2:12: 11:03.4: ; 4) Hunsinger. 11 10: Bradford next meet is yeaV Clay Electric
K. Yonge at the BHS track Spring Medley Relay 3) 5)) Gordon. 11214.: Friday at Ocala Vanguard Cooperative Inc. has
one week from now nament and is announced
your season Aldridge.
.
Tuesday afternoon.In ''''"I
Bradford High's veteran over." "But at this point you don'twant a surprising show of that it will sponsor
early
basketball team will begin The 1973 Tornado five won to mess too much with season strength the Tornadoesof four high school juniors (tilth
post-season tournament play the district tournament and combinations that have been Coach Grover Howard grade) on an all expense paid
with perhaps the best chanceof beat Oviedo in the regionals in working together this well." posted 1161-2 points! A distant trip to ashington, D. C. as
any cage team in BUS that central Florida town. The Sexton points out that this second, Orange Park had 59, winners\of the Cooperative'sYouth
history of bringing home state Tornadoes lost to Ocala Tornado cage team works! Eastside 53 1-2 and P. K. Tiur. Contest.
honors. Forrest in the second game of well together. Yonge with 34 points.
"We want to win these last the regional tourney last year "We'VI. proven we can play "The reason we score so The yokhs{ will join hundreds
lour ball games and try to go First six players of the good ball but we've provenwe high is because of the balance.It of .other young people
into district with a 19-3 record current Tornado five are all can have our bad night
is a lot better than it was from throughout the country
and a little momentum says veterans of last season. Big "
too."But last year says Track Coach during thenation's Youth
Mike Sexton. Donnie Sewell Abie \
Coach Williams we've always gottenup
Grover Howard. "We would
Week June 9>14 for
The District 5 Class 3A Curtis White and Sheldon for big important games" an excitingand
have probably scored higher if
Basketball Tournament Hodge were all starters at Sexton states "We need to get Tim Crews had not his event-filled week.
begins next Thursday. Feb. least part of the time last up and be tough! ham string muscle.'/pulled? The contest'requires a :1)\10->
21, in Palatka at the St. Johns season. Alvaughn Golden "We did that at Bolles to
Bradford took first places in 750 word essa \on one of five
Kiver Junior College gym. started especially toward the stay in the (Florida Star)
six events. Four in the .. U
were
related rural electric
The five teams participatingin end of the season last year, conference race,then we did it running events and two in the ar, topics
the three day tournamentare and play maker Elva Hamptoneven to Orange Park and then did field events. r Ik rm, 1( cooperatives. After making
Palatka South, Palatka started a game or two it again Friday night inFernandina" "We had a few pleasant application a\\ packet of
Central, Clay High St. last season.In to wrap up the surprises. Glen Mullins in the material containing\ the
Augustine and Bradford the last three games of Florida Star Title. long jump and Jimmy Cauleyin contest rules aid resource
High. the season Coach Sexton The key thing. Sexton says the high jump and pole information is mauled to the
Play begins Thursday night would like for several playersto is that the Tornadoes have vault" Howard. contestant. Finalists are
with Palatka South and his bench to see a good bit of been able to win on the road says .
Bradford selected from the
Central in a hometown rivalryto action namely Wayne Berry, this year. Nobody else was Pole Vault1)places Sherman were: 11' in an1 essay' and
oral
see which team will stay in Sheldon Hodge and James able to do that. ; will compete quiz
the tourney. BUS plays the 2)) Kirchaine 8'3. FY? held at the Coop hi ne officein

winner of that game Friday No Opposition Nixes!! Brooker Town Election High Jump 2) Cauley 5'8; ; Sq Keystone Heights,
night Feb. 22, and Clay High 3)) Lennon 5'8.
Put 39'11 4)) Applications can U? pickedup
meets St. Augustine. Shot -3)) Hayes, ;
Asked if his Tornadoes are lacking BROOKER-opposltion the official election posts are Mayor Roy Carroll, Puckett, 34'4.Long r at any of the Coop's six
favored to win the district planned here Tuesday Councilmen City Clerk Joyce Stokes, and Jump 1)) Crews, 191- district offices or by\,writing
was Harrell
Coach Sexton replied: cancelled.The and Ken Henry 4; 2)) Mullings, 185. the Member and ,Public
"I imagine so, with our Young. Carroll Discus 2)) Puckett, 125' 3)) J1ij Relations Depart men', C'lav
Stokes, and Harrell in-
are
record. But Clay High is 15-5 election for a mayor cumbents. Young will fill the Hayes, 117'5 1-4. Electric Co-op. Dead ne for
now and has a real fine ball city clerk and two coun- council seat presently held by 120HH 1)) Sherman 16.7; 2)) applications is Match I.
club this year." Sexton hasn't cilmen was not held since C. J. Stalnaker. Cauley, 17.6; 4)) Bell, 19.0. ,I..N Essays must be submitted by
seen the Blue Devils play; there was no competition for 100( dash 3)) Hendrith 10.8.
Scott Echols transferred to Starke from( Lake City to open and managethe /: April 15.
they are not on the 1974 BItS any office. Florida election Mile run 1)) Hodges, 4:48: ; Pizza Hut Manager I
the Chamber'sB1P !
Award from
schedule. law does not 2) Parsons, 4:54.4. new Hut here accepts the January Bradford Improvement
require an Write-in votes will not affect Chairwoman Godwin and Executive\1ct'.I>I'etidt'nt! John Men: !, H..oslawSecretary
"Thing about these tournaments election to be held in non- the officers taking their 880 Relay 2)) BUS Committee
Bradford County
/ now. it just doesn't partisan elections with no Hildreth, Barber, Chandler The new Piz/a Hut building on :North Tt'mple'enue adjacent to the as she starts
positions, since b
no one is owned by local attorney Gene Shaw The PUa Hut franchise here it owned > the
matter Sexton points out. position, and Puckett. Courthouse typing: "Here I go-off to
qualified during the
"Take last year we went into qualifying 440 Yard Dash 2)) Bennett three out of!state businessmen! who have purchased! Piiia Hut right all oterthestate. erases!" Contributed, by
,
the tournament with an 11-13 period Brooker as ordinance.required by a 53.3. Pi/za Hut is the third fast! food !service chain to open in Starke in the past !several months Stephanie Hotfmann
record and came out on top. Candidates named for the 330IH 1)) Sherman 41.2; 3)) being/ preceded by Dairy Queen and llardee's.!
"One... bad came in a tour

Land US('... '
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(From Page 1)I)

The land use study was THE ORIGINALS
EvcryDayLowPriccl | EveryDayLowPrice, made with a "701 local CENTIPEDE; GRASS SEED Limited4oz.
planning grant" of $4.200,
which was matched by in-kind
FLORIDA GRADE 'A' Pantry services valued at $3KM( Of IBM $425
REGULAR GRIND) the total $7,200 expended, the

FRESHFRYERS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK FAftf study actually cost Bradford .... ':....;:;,:; ... 8 oz, $825
County only $412 expended for .::.'::::'-, .:.:::::.::::.''''':'';:' I lln.Yn,9Wl
printing and maps. ."-'"'" -.- ... '
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SUPERMARKETS Last Thursday's report ........."..."--
COFFEELB STARKE'S study.concluded Using Phase ideas I of drawn the GOWN'N"Argentine;; ;; ';:; ; :': \

320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.BONELESS Irom the public in-put, maps \
and other charts will be
WHOLE v I. 0.. LDW SND14, 30D 0 flYs corrected and redrawn in I all
( C.'WEE'ter..o.u... ,9flY1NTI'. THAI' ) Phase II, and a final report LB.
Seed
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QUICK FROZEN [ Plants
Griffis was quick to point
SLICED out however that the or
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ram innmnitir HAMS TURKEYS BACON County Maines Attorney would preclude Hal Y Planted Now

anyone other than a com

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recommendations from the Shade Trees $529Flowering

Every DaytowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeFr Every Day LowPrkePantryPride EveryDayLowPrke board.It Plant Now
in the of who
was area $O39
ROCK i r QunDINNERS CHEESE would or would not be eligiblefor u Up
U.t. MM*
SLICED licensing as a building Trees
i1 CORNISH contractor and how that
GAME HENS BOLOGNA MCMMMMVNNMUlf WHMWU decision would be reached by
the board once formed that Row Type Push Seeders
: J saw confusion among the
II
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Mains, heads a two man
PILLSBURY I I LYKES committee appointed by past '
COFFEE BORDENSJ chairman Paul M. Riherd, for Hahn Riding Lawn Mowers eared
CAKE firm ut] CREMORA i! Chicken & licensing of construction in the
In I *HIM'I j county, attempted to explainto And Sealed Transmission Full

; CREAMER ; his term fellow general board contractor."In membersthe Guaranteed $499 "

MIXES Dumplings other words, boys if Up
I someone who has been knownto
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ASSORTED i220z : 240z number were of years to come as a before car SELF PROPELLED
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Under the current
WESTERN MT. BonusBuyFfttSM legislation by the state there ate( e c ]l;Q $9995 up
are a number of definitions of
the word contractor as it
hjy applies to the various types LO.IDA
Pears FLORIDACORN GARDENCEr
D'Anjou and levels of the construction :'
industry Viking had asked the EST FER
board to consider only the first ..
29' Ib. three levels that of ONnOl 539 East Call St. "
residential, building, and PH. 9645745jpOQOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOQK
general contractor. .CMIMU&p.

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Plain ZoningThat


Bradford County is growing is few areas of the county. Much of our larsrts re A Arw.w.,. 4 .",
obvious. A ride in any direction throughthe land is low and flat and some, such as !
county reveals residential con cypress swamps, is not suitable for
struction under way, and mobile homes building purposes.As 1 a'r
springing up everywhere. The County : 'p+a I 4 t
Zoning office reports that building growth continues to accelerate and
permits issued last month totaled half a land becomes scarce, there will be .n
million dollars-- believed to be the temptation on the part of investors to
biggest single month on record. These develop these less desirable lands and .
permits do not include those issued by sell them to unsuspecting buyers
various municipalities in the county. seeking a home site. The development of w I e i .1 h
such areas has caused much trouble in .j
The question, as stated at a meeting fast-growing South Florida, where the cr a"trlk r Nr :1 r
last Thursday night when the first phaseof flood plain areas are now being zoned in ; ..q i PM
the county's new land use study was an effort to keep people from building in
presented, is not IF we're going to grow, locations where they will eventually be
but HOW we want to grow. flooded out.

Even the best ,* .},.. eM ,- M t d v 'n.
regulated growth Due to the flatness of Bradford -
brings problems, and disorganized and County it is doubtful that even the best
unrestricted growth can bring near- drainage system can prevent flooding in
chaos. Bradford County is fortunate in the event of a hurricane with attendant
this respect, having a well organized eight to ten inch rains in a period of a
Zoning Commission with a full-time few hours. In view of this fact, it is
director. Many counties of our size, and possible that any long range program for S u UY
some even larger,are not so fortunate in proper land use should include controlsover t. [J I r ,Y 1f,11, 'd } M ic !.
this respect. the flood plain areas. Recognizing a
flood plain as unsuitable for develop-
for students at the KFA. work day was a great:
} the and charts
rom maps presentedlast ment would prevent many problems and
Reward For WorkersReward llutchins, aft leather, saul that around SO showed
Thursday is it obvious that Bradford unnecessary expense for the county, as up a.m. on that Saturday morning to help with the
County has a drainage problem, with the well as individuals in the future. cleaning up and clearing around! the VV\ faun
water table near the surface in all but aI



I ANew ConceptThe County Agents By Southern forests are thenation's = IN FORESTRY BRADFORD COUNTY = annually wail! on ,each With forested current!! acre

key and the smalllandowner know how. some ill cubic lent
.0 0 bb* Ifr- : "its best hope to y JonL.I "> ui per acre can he grown ,111
Community School idea is a new people volunteering, and people helping, Notebook meet the rising timber needsof nually I ',
concept in education. It is for everyonein whether elderly, young, working, or Taylor, the next few decades and foresters say it will bl'glnIith
the communityadults and children retired. the 21st Century (hit., It is likely that in 1 1": VIMIS: ,
all trees being grown I In finest:
SMU.I.KH.HKITKKMU.KI: : : :
alikeand is an expression of the "The South is already a III lx ol ,
philosophy that the school is most effective Mrs. Bernice Bateman, director of the Cat- marvel of wood production, : : :)\\OOi( > ..\\US: genetic'stock industry! A larger:superior per
when it involves the people of the program in Bradford County says, "In will but it could do better," "While it takes a lifetime to centage of trees grown bpnvale \
community in a to fulfil their the Community Education program we at the believes John 1\1. Bethea, grow a Douglas: to 1 landowni'is: and
program would like to set a wide variety of I in director of I the Division of maturity I the Southern pinewill lainieiswill follow :suit Met
educational needs. up
(Forestry, Florida Departmentof grow a log to cutting sue :-p"I'lng11111)(' much w l icier to
courses and activities for all interested and Consumer 30 (;tango
Agriculture in years says allow large oneoper,1Uoulogging
Another purpose of community people but we need to inform the people will Services Heinert. Division Tort's: equipment tin most I :
education is to promote a more efficientuse about the opportunities that are theirs second steer Resource Specialist: mlustilands( :
"The South is the area that
of schools and other public facilities for the asking. 1974 produced 45 per cent (almost "In the long run they! both
through an extension of personnel, Thirty- half!) of the nation's raw woodin provide" the saint number of J!
buildings and equipment.The With the help of interested citizensthe entered 1970, and planted 60 percentof x -Ts
director can set up classes such as Thur the young seedlings that By glowing genetically:
recreation and child care centers for will have been planted on forestsin superior tree stock, by harvesting -
Community School Call "
operates on 5. and by
recent properly
the premise that the schools belong to children, adult basic education, incometax years. reducing losses from vulclliie
the people and they should use the assistance, needlecraft and sewing, ac- Florida though one of the disease and overcrowding! ,
equipment and facilities of the schools,all safety and first aid education for senior most rapidly urbanizingstates many more cubic feet of>t wood 17Jf11111U'! alf
of the time, year-round for the benefit of citizens, chorus, music appreciation anda of all. could triple the can be produced per anI'i ".t
of its forests by the politician in n fellow
in the The is wide range of interests that the peopleof / a income Florida is growing an
everyone community. goal To do it needs to "ho .
year 2000 so never met a t.ix lie
to help provide leadership and solve the community need but have not grow twice the wood, Division average of 33 cubic legit of tliilii'l hike"

civic community problems by including clubs, been informed about. -.-.-.-...-.-----M-!- --(--.....-PMMHKMiHiHHMMI-----------.-...--..-.-..-.-.--..--.-..-.-.-.-.--..--.
groups and non-profit
organizations, as well as concerned For more information about the ways
citizens in the activities. you may help in this field call Mrs.
Bateman at 964-6150. and help get our ThreeOne
Community Education includes all of people moving toward solving their !
the people, from pre-school age to senior problems as well as the problems of the

citizens. People doing, people learning, community.The >_


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Will it make you feel any better when GAO reported that it can find no keKykcntu
paying your income tax bill in April to legal foundation either for President
know that an estimated $400,000 in tax Nison's extension of Secret Service -.
dollars has been spent since last Octoberin protection to Mr. Agnew or for the offerof ( Fn; ck4' .r
providing, Secret Service protectionand facilities and other supportive ser- -.J Ck'.. ke _
other fringe benefits to Spiro vices. It frankly admits that the $2,000 : n _
ke"tu
Agnew? monthly upkeep for the two townhousescomes Fieky -
straight out of its operating
Mr. Agnew, if you remember, is the expenses budget with no specific Chicken I U
former Vice President, who pleaded "no authorization. parasites"U'7 ..
contest" to a charge of income: tax -'--"'" -
evasion in a plea-bargaining deal that Almost half a million dollars -
saved him from possible conviction and a needlessly (and perhaps illegally) spent"a -- Buy 3 dinner; boxes at the regularprice :
jail term on the more serious charges of mere pittance" in terms of of 1,55 1 each and get the N
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accepting bribes while Governor of Washington spending, of coursebut as her'\\ fourth one FREE! :
Maryland.Mr. the saying goes... it's the pringiple of the 1ydt : Each box contains; : .
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thing... rpA' 3 pieces chicken -
Agnew is still receiving these cole slaw :
unlawful benefits, by courtesy of KentuCky. 2 rolls _
President Nixon in spite of a recent Save This Number itil F.; d. mashed potatoes .
opinion by the Auditor General that hwken :
such expenditures of Federal funds are Residents of Northeast Florida -
illegal. counties now have a central, toll-free -
number to call when in need of help for a -
Four months have -
elapsed since Mr. medical emergency. .

and Agnew ducked saw out the of handwriting office, and on since the that wall Counties participating in the Nor :: Good Through March 3rd ::

time he has had at his disposal a staff of theast Florida Emergency Medical Care I
eight (now reduced to seven) assistantsin project (which includes Bradford) are : = being served the number I 1
winding up his affairs; the use of twothreestory by 1.800.3.121516. I
brick townhouses in This is a watts line number and fj \1 :
Washington; limousine service and may be used at no expense to the person I N
around-the-clock Secret Service placing the call. .

protection. If you don't have a sticker already on "' This coupon entitles bearer to one \ :

Rep. John E. Moss directed the your telephone, copy it down now in the FREE Dinner Box with purchase of l (i :

General Accounting Office to probe the back of your telephone book. Sooner or 3 dinner boxes at the regular price "tC I :
later it might the difference
issue and come up with some definitive mean
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By Jose dns Fontaine .{ '
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CITY NEWS
The Garbage Company that WIT/1
picks up Hampton's garbage
has not been able to pick up
some of the garbage as the
sacks were all torn up and the
garbage scattered all over. If 1
dogs do tear your sacks,
please resack the garbage so
the men can pick it up. I

SENIOR CITIZENS
Rudolf DeWaters Is still in L
Bradford Hospital where he
underwent surgery. The ''J
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regular meeting of the j I Ic ,.,
Hampton Senior Citizens
is
Feb. 15 at 7:30: p.m. // tiF C
D. E. McGunnigle of Edmonds ) :- BEEF PEOQ
Wash is visiting his p
sister Evelyn Vaughan. The ? 1 /
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day he flew inthe cold I PRICES GOOD THURS. FEB. 14
weather came with him. Mrs.
Vaughan tells us she was very THRU WED. FEB. 20
happy to see her brother but Quantity Rights
did wish he had left the cold J \ Reserved
weather in Washington. WINN COPYRIGHT DIXIE STORES 1974, INC HORMEL

BIRTHDAYS CANNED
Sharon Forsyth was one HICKORY SWEET "
year old on Feb. 10. USDA
GR. "A"
Monte Moore was 10 years SLICED BACON W-D BRAND HAM
old on Feb. 16.
FRESH FROZEN W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE FULL CUT
Mrs. Marian Moore, F /b.


12.The 4-H RECREATION carpenter class: will 9 9 CHICKEN WHOLE FRYING STEAK ROUND 3 $ J179


meet leader.Feb. 19 with Niles Scott, 1-LB.PKG. CAN LB. ...

There was a good turn out
for the Ceramics Class that
meets in the Hampton Senior 89
Citizens Room. There is still W-D BRAND PORK SHOULDER $
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE TOP
time for anyone interested in SMOKED WHOLE
this class to come and join. It
will meet Thursday, Feb. 14, PICNICS 4TAYNMINT G..DILe. ROUND STEAK
at 7 p.m. Mrs. O'Brien is instructing U. Sr r CHOICE
the classes. goJ

LB.
SCHOOL:NEWS
Mrs. Noel Silk's kin
dergarten pupils are learning WD GRAND PURR $199la.
their colors. They have their
W-D BRAND BONELISS LB.
GROUND BEEF
room beautifully decorated .
with valentines and are RUMP ROAST
looking forward to their 3 G. $329

valentine. Jean party Clark's on Thursday.Mrs. First. SAVE 11c $199 ASTOR SAVE 33e I

Grade students are making
good progress in reading and KRAFT VAN CAMP
writing. The new tape COFFEE
recorder is assisting them in
learning Math skills. Devin Mayonnaise :

Starke Carlson transferred Elementary First Grade from on toHampton's Limit 1 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cigs. Pork & Beans

Monday.
Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's
Third Grade completed a
study on dental health. The
bulletin board in the hall ,
emphasizes the importance of 1 '1
this worthwhile project
Mrs. Kathryn 32 oz. 1-LB. $1 .
Wlggleworth's Fourth JAR CAN 21-oz. i
Graders are learning proper
sentence structure, spelling, CANS
reading comprehension and
punctuation. A new student,
Robert SAVE I9C-OIIP SOUTH
Campbell joined the KRAFT SAVI lOc DliP SOUTHGRAPE
fourth grade recently. MAYONNAISE3J.O..CQC JELLY Peanut Butter
Mrs. Carol Shield's Fifth
Graders are subscribing to the 1 E e 0
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Florida Times-Union JAR Jvf
JUMBOWASHINGTON
newspaper. Each morning TYSON SWANSON
they spend some time in THRIFTY MAID STATE CHICKEN, SALISBURY or TURKEY
reading current and discussing news events.In important -. TOMATOES FANCY RED DELICIOUS CHICKEN, BEEF or TURKEY

line with their math ENTREES
classes, her students daily
scan the marketing section to APPLES POT PIES OR EGG OR PANCAKE & SAUSAGE
determine best buys in SAVE
grocery shopping, At the end
of the week, the student ,2c
selecting the most economical I 3 88 99 2 $1
marketing list is awarded the $ $
prize. This stimulates interest 28-o/. PKGS.CANS .
in reading and math skills.
Mrs. Shield's class is 15 5
looking foward to a formal tea a-oz.
on Thursday afternoon. They ASTOR FRUIT TYSON CHICKEN, SALISBURY
will be entertaining their fOR PIES '
parents with refreshmentsand COCKTAIL
DOiNNERS'
will display the good
manners they have acquiredwith

tensive the help of of this their subject.ex SAVE SWEET FLORIDA TEMPLE TWIN SUPIRIRAND POPS OR

Mrs. Shield's study aunt, Mrs T. A. $ ORANGES FUDGE BARS $
Sundem, of Starke will assist 33c SUPERBRAND

her with own this lovely tea. She tea will service bring set in, 4 1 15. 'OR 89C TOPPING WHIPPED 29O0 2 11-01. 1

fancy the sandwiches occasion. and cookiesfor 16-01 CANS 2 CTNS.10'01 $100 PKGS


HEX All FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID US No I FLORIDA ASTOR

Yawn Receives Soft Drinks 12 CANS *1 100 Applesauce . 4 16.1 CANS $1 00 Yellow Corn 9 EARS99c Grapefruit Juice 4 dos 99c

IVORY LIQUID ((20c OfF) THRIFTY MAID HARVEST FRESHLettuce ORE.IDA DEEP FRY FRENCH FRY

U Of F DegreeJames Detergent t . Ss.58C Fruit Drinks . 3 CANS' $100 . . LB19C Potatoes . 2 PEGS $1]00

Caldwell Yawn. THRIFTY MAID CRAC 'IN' GOODPineapple FRESH TASTE O' OR

Starke students of was the among University 1,047 of Juice 3 46'01.CANS $ Saltines . . I.LB BOX 38 Green Onions 2 **. 35C Fish Sticks . 1601 PKG 99

Florida to receive degrees BATH SIZE SAVE; 17c-DIXIE DARLING HA"VEST'RESH MORTON CHERRY, APPLE OR PEACH
during December graduation Dial 4 *1 r Bread 3 20 oi 88c Sweet Potatoes 4 $1 100 2 20a $1 1 00
Fruit Pies
exercises. Soap . BARS Family LOAVES LBS . PROS
Ralph K Huitt, executive DRIVE SAVE lie DIXIE| DARLING BROWN N' SERVE SEEDED OR HARVEST FRESH DIXIANA POLY BAG FORDHOOK LIMAS OR

director Association of the of National State Detergent . :aox: ;. 79c Cluster Rolls 3 PEGS. 88c Green Cabbage 2 SSS; 39c Crowder Peas . 'BAG" 69e

Universities and Land-Grant LlNG GROUND SAVE 8e-DUCIE! DARLING ASTOR LIBBY
Colleges and former assistant Beef Dinners 2 $- Buns 1 49c Juice 2 $1 Cream Corn 3 Xz; $1
HEW secretary, singled out PKGS Honey . Orange CANS .
the University for establishingan
energy center to help solve .

during pressing the national commencement problems EXTRA 'I EXTRA EXTRJ4 : ; EXTRA '

address. .4.,.1...GREEN..,*.. ,. _..STAMPS...........". ,; d7T GREEN. STAMPS., .,..N Or I I I .rJ GREEN. STAMPS K I I I I dY GREEN STAMPS ,
The total roster of 1,047 100 CT BOTTLE ONM.EU-71Net BOTTLE wwON! 1'r1"; 1 EIII ON HORMEL '
students includes 705 BAVfll GLORY FOAM ? MAXWEll HOUSE 1 CURE 81
bachelor's degrees. 259master's I AspirinGOOD Rug Cleaner Instant Coffee Boneless Ham ;
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THICK SLICED WD BRAND STRAWBERDYShortcake ASTOROrange MRS PAUL'S PARTY PAC I
high-class bar told the captainthat
Bacon i Pure Ground Beef Juice Fish Sticks '
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two customers ( GOOD THRU FEB 20 GOOD TMHU FEB 2O 1 GOOD THRU H. 20 :I-- GOOD THRU FEB 20 1 1'+ L+ GOOD THRU FEB 20
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
NOTICE office of Don R. Morgan, Ar- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE chitect, P. A. (Post Office Box by Elizabeth Terry

Ronnie L. Norman has made Gerald L. Williams has made 987, Green Cove Springs, Pursuant to Section 866.09 CIIURCH ACTIVITIES and ask about the thins that Donald Wilkison. Mrs
T. H, Slade has made
Ap- Florida), and at F. W.
DodgeCorporation's
Application to the Bradford Application to the Bradford Florida Statutes, notice is are going on in your child's or Mildred French of
the Bradford
plication to County Plan Room
County Zoning Board for County Zoning Board for hereby given that the undersigned Church of God Sunday any other classroom. Jacksonville returned home
Board for reclassification
Zoning (Jacksonville, Florida) YOUNG and A. F. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
reclassification of the property reclasSIfication of the property Sunday after spending some
of the described below Plans and
described below from OR to BA. property described below from RiB to Specifications may YOUNG, JR., doing business vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m YPE time with the Wilkisons.
from 0 R R1 C. Plated Lands in
to be obtained follows
Lot being 225 E and W 210 N BR, Located Highway 16 E. to ae \ : under the firm name of YOUNG and Prayer Meeting Saturday Friends of Mrs Lucille

and S in the NW Cor. of Lot 43 SE Corner of Heilbron Springs, wit: That portion of the east 1/4 Upon receipt of $50,00, two BISON COMPANY, 117 North 7 p.m Cauley regret to learn that she Mr. and Mrs W. S. Crews of

in Woodlawn Sub. property, known as Heilbron of NE 1/4 lying N. of State Rd. sets of Plans and Specifications Walnut Street, Starke, Bradford is a patient in Bradford Jacksonville brought their

This change in classification is Springs In classification 16, in Section 'Zl, Township 6 for this Project will be forwarded County, Florida, 32091, intends Faith BapUliit Church County Hospital. Our love and mother Mrs Pierce Crews,

subject to a public hearing to be This change be is South, Range 22 East, Bradford collect. If Plans and to register said fictitious nome, Radio Program over WPXE prayers are with her home from St, Vincent's
held on Tuesday, Feb 26, 1974at subject to a public hearing to County, Fla. Ex. R/W. Specifications are returned In under the provisions of the Starke 8 a.m. Sunday, Bible Hospital in Jacksonville, on
held Feb 26 1974at
on Tuesday, ,
7:30: p.m. in the County This change in classification Is good condition, within ten days aforesaid Statute. I School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- First Church of the Monday
7:30 in the
Commission room at the Commission: p.m. room at County the subject to a public hearing to be after receipt of Bids, the full DATED this 11th day off vices 11 am and 7:30: p.m. Nazarene, Jacksonville, had a J. A. Mosley of1\1iddleburg\'

Bradford County Court House at Bradford County Court House at held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at deposit will be refunded February, A. D. 1974, at Starke, School on Bible Doctrine revival on Sunday afternoon. spent Sunday afternoon with
7:30 P.M in the County NOTE: All requests for Plans Bradford Florida Tuesdays 8 p.m at thePastor's
which time all persons interested width' time all persons Interested : County, Special singers were Miss his brother and sister-in.law,
shall be heard for or against the shall be heard for or against the Commission room at the and Specifications shall be made AL YOUNG home Prayer Sandy Dobbs of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Doc l\losley.
proposal, as specified in the in the Bradford County Court House at through the office of the Architect A. F. YOUNG,JR. meeting each Wednesday friend, Mark Meeks of
proposal, as specified
which time all interested 37NOTICE 7:30: p.m Bible Study Reggie Norman of
Zoning Code of Bradford Zoning Code of Bradford persons 2/14 4t Jacksonville. Mrs Bill Dobbs,
County. shall be heard for or against the Each Bid submitted shall be Mike and Chris of Lawtey Ichtucknee Springs was a

John Torode, Chairman County John Torode, Chairman proposal, as specified in the accompanied by a cashier's OF INTENTION Grace United Methodist also attended the services. supper guest of his brother
Bradford County Zoning Board Bradford Board Zoning Code of Bradford check or bid bond in tt1eamount TO REGISTER Church Sunday School 9:45: and sister-in-law, Mr. and

L. M. Gaines, Director L.County M. Gaines Zoning Director County. of Five Per Cent of the Bid, FICTITIOUS NAME a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs Joyce Futch of Mrs. Robert Norman and
,
2/7 2tp 2/14 2/7/ 2tchg 2/14 payable to the Bradford County and 7 p.m. MYF Wednesday 7 Blackshear, Ga was a guest family Tuesday evening.Mr. .

John Terade, Chairman School Board. Pursuant to Section 866.09 pm followed by Choir of her sister, Miss Elizabeth and Mrs. C. M.
Bradford County Zoning Board Surety Company shall be Practice at 7:30.:
Florida Statutes, notice is Terry, Sunday to Thursday Thompson of Jacksonville
L. M. Gaines, Director licensed to do business in the
NOTICE hereby given that the un- On Wednesday they were
2/7 2tchq 2/14/ state of Florida and shall be United Methodist Women were Wednesday overnight
NOTICE dersigned Fred Sackett, Star dinner guests of their sister of their son-I law and
guests -
Mr. Ray Brumbaugh has listed by the United States Route, Hampton, Florida, held their regular meeting at Mrs. C. E. Strickland of daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

Container Corporation of made Application to the Treasure Department. Surety :32044, doing business under the the church Tuesday morning Gainesville. Other guests Marvin Rosier
America has made Application Bradford County Zoning Board NOTICE Company shall, also, comply firm name of SACKETT at 10 o'clock. Miss Arthurine wereanotbersister, Mrs. J. P.

to the Bradford County Zoning for reclassiciation of the with all requirements of the REALTY, 205 N. Temple Ave., Blanchard Minnie Wyrick of Tallahassee and her Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette
Board for reclassification of the property described below from Mr C. B. Browning has made General Conditions and Sup- Starke, Florida 32001, Tel. 964- presiding Mrs Coss son-i -law and daughter Mr. Jr. and family were Saturday

property described below from BR to BA. Highway 21 3 1/2 Application to the Bradford plementary General Conditions, 6522, intends to register said gave the devotional after and Mrs. Charles Cater, also overnight guests of their

RIC to MP. NE 1/4of SE 1/4 of miles N of Melrose to wit: Part County Zoning Board for of the above Specificaton.Mr. fictitious name under the which they had the business of Tallahassee. Mrs. Wyrick parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. J.Boyette. .

Sec. 32, Twp 6, Rge. 22 E. of lots 5 and 6 of unit 3 of Indian reclassification of the property provisions of the aforesaid meeting. There were 10 came to see the doctor. All of Sr.
described below from R1A to Jim Temple, Superintendent members present. After the
consISting of 1 1/2 acres more or Beach formerly Gene Adams statute. them enjoyed the family get- Jack Wain-
Mr. and Mrs.
R1C. Located 100 the ladies had lunch
on Hwy meeting
property Fred Sackett, sole owner. together as they haven't all
less.This South wit All SW 1/4 SW Bradford County School Board at the Correctional Center wright and family of
change in classification is This change in classification is to : ot Dated 25 January, 1974 A. D. at been together in years.
1/4 W. of G.S. and F RR, 2/7 3t 2/21 Waycross, Ga. were Saturday
subject to public to be except Starke Florida. 1/31 2/21
a hearing subject to a public hearing to be 4tp of their
held on Tuesday Feb. 26, 1974at held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at 10 acres in SW corner thereof, highland Baptist Church Mr and l\lrs. Ron Hutson of overnight guests Wain-
7:30: p.m in the County 7:30: p.m. in the County lying and being in Sec 12-8-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Sunday School 9:45: Worship Miami were weekend guests mother, Mrs Truby

Commission room at the Commission room at the and containing 18 acres more or I will not be responsible for EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Services 11 a.m. Choir of Mr. and Mrs. Edward wright.Mr. .

Bradford County Court House at Bradford County Court House at less.This any debts made by anyone other FLORIDA IN AND FOR Practice 6:30: p.m Evening Roberts and family. On and Mrs. Wesley

which time all persons interested which' time all persons interested change In classification is than myself BRADFORD COUNTY Service 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Saturday night they with the Thomas and Jay of Live Oak

shall be heard for or against the shall be heard for or against the subject to a public hearing to be Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Hutsons, and Mr and Mrs. spent Saturday afternoon with

proposal, as specified in the proposal, as specified in the held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at Vernon Mobley File No,7446INRE Norman McNeil of Starke had their parents Mr. and Mrs.
Zoning Code of Bradford Zoning Code of Bradford 7:30: pm. in the County 1/314tp 2/21 : ESTATE OF rthblde Baptist Church a fish fry at Wayne Norman's Fred Moore.

County. County. Commission room at the PETER RAFFONY, deceased Sunday School, 10 a.m. landing on Kingsley Lake.
Bradford County Court House at Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Blanche Phillips and
John Torade, Chairman NOTICE OF FILING Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. McNeil
Mrs. Winifred Allan drove to
Bradford County Zoning Board John Torode, Chairman which time all persons Interested FINAL REPORT AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting caught all the fish.
L. M. Gaines Director shall be heard for or against the Monday at 7:30: Ceday Key on Sunday and
Bradford County Zoning Board ApPLICATION FOR
2/7 2t 2/14 I L M. Gaines, Director proposal, as specified In the DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR To all creditors and all persona On Monday evening Mrs. Truby Wainwright enjoyed a sea food meal there.

2/7 4tp 2/28 Zoning Code of Bradford having claims or demands members of the church and and Miss Arthurine Blanchard Miss Cheryl Boyette attended .
County against said estate. friends enjoyed a chicken visited her sister Miss Enza
NOTICE is hereby given that I a birthday party for
have filed my Final Report as You, and each of you, are pilau supper at the church. Blanchard of Macclenny on her cousins Denise and Lisa
John Terade, Chairman Executor of the Estate of hereby notified and required to Saturday afternoon, Feb. 16. Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Dw-bans in Gainesville
on
Bradford County Zoning Board the Young People of the
HARRIET present any claims and demands .
JOAN MILLER
Saturday.Miss
NOTICE L. M. Gaines, Director deceased that I have filed which you, or either of you, may church and friends enjoyed and Mrs James Anders
; my
2/7 4tp 2/28 Application for Distribution and have against the estate of Peter skating at Lake Butler and family of Palatka were Margie Ann Denman,

for Final Discharge, and that on Raffony, deceased,to the Judge Skating Rink, after which they dinner guests of their parents, Mrs. Jack Kuhne and John

Public NOTICE the 1st day of March, 1974, I will of the said Court, Courthouse returned to the church for a Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders on Mrs Wm. Mobley, of
spaghetti supper and then Chiefland Mrs. Jim Newson
Hearing apply to the Hon George l. Bradford County, Florida, within Sunday.
enjoyed a Christian film at and Mrs. Vernard Hughes of
Patten Circuit of four ((4)) months from the date of
William O. Mattox, Jr has Judge
made Application to the Bradford County, Florida, for the first publication of this 7:30: p.m. Smyrna Baptist Church had Green Cove Springs drove to

A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD AT THE CITY HALL, CITY OF Bradford County Zoning Board approval of said Final Report and notice. a fellowship service Friday Tampa returned Tuesday home morning and
Each claim or demand must night, a sing, and fellowship Wednesday
for reclassification of the for Order of Distribution and for
STARKE, FLA. AT7:30P.: M., MARCH 4, 1974. SCHOOL NEWS
evening. They visited their
property described below from Discharge as Executor of the be in writing and must state the supper which was enjoyed by
of residence and aunt in Tampa General
place post.
ALL PARTIES WILL BE HEARD AT THIS TIME. OR to BA. Located South 100 Will of HARRIET JOAN The Lawtey Elementary Hospital
office address of the claimant
and South 211 to wit: NE corner MILLER, deceased.
School PTA will hold its
and must be sworn to by the Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch
THE FOLLOWING, REQUEST THE PLACING OF MOBILE HOMES of intersection of SR 100 and SR DATED this 25th day of February meeting on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore of
claimant, his agent, or his at- and son of Jacksonville Beach
AS FOLLOWS: 218 approximately 1.53 acres per January, 1974. torney, or it will become void the 19th at 7p.m. in the school were Tuesday evening dinner Baldwin were guests of their
BARNETT BANK OF
attached Deed description.
cafeteria. All parents and brother and sister.in-Iaw! .
according to law. guests of their mother Mrs.
This in classification is JACKSONVILLE N. A.
and Location change and Mrs. Fred
Application : other interested persons are Moore on
Each creditor shall deliver
Joyce Futch and aunt Miss
f1 1 ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH, Road 15 and W. Weldon St., subject to a public hearing to be By James R. Tillman, Jr urged to attend. Sunday.Mr. .
sufficient copies of his claim to Elizabeth Terry
Block 30 N. St. Road 16 in Peek's Addition to Starke. held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at Vice President and Trust
7:30: p.m, in the County Officer, as Executor of the enable the Court to mail one to Cub and and Mrs. Paul Jones of
The Scouts
Commission room at the Estate of HARRIET JOAN each personal representative Mr and l\frs. Hermie Kelly Raiford are the proud parents
112 North W. Brownlee Rd.
VIRGIL AND JANIE HEIKEN of near Weblows wll be participating
I Bradford County Court House at MILLER,deceased.rEDWARD Dated January, A. D. 1974. attended the funeral of Mrs. of a daughter, Detry, born
city limits. One square acre in the Northeast quarter of the Northwest H. Pierce in the March of Dimes Edith
George Murrhee at Beulah
Jan. 24 Maternal
quarter of Section 29, Township 6 South, Range 22 East, as follows: which time all persons interested As Executor of the last Will collection campaign with their grand-
Church
Baptist on Friday. Mr. and
shall be heard for the M. JACKSON parents are Mrs.
or against
Commencing at the Southeast corner of the above named forty acres and Testament of the Estate of mothers. The Mothers' March
and running 210 feet, North to a point of beginning. Thence West 210 proposal, as specified i in n the P. O. Box 1'Zl Peter Raffony, will take place on Thursday Mrs. Leonard Norman Vernon Mobley. Paternal'

feet, thence North 210 feet, thence East 210 feet, thence South 210 Zoning Code of Bradford Cocoa, Florida 32922 Deceased Feb. 14, starting at 6 p.m. returned home Thursday after grandparents are l\1r.\ and
Mrs. Bob Jones of Starke.
for
Attorney Executor
County
feet to the point of beginning, being one square acre, more or less. 1/244t 2/14 2/144t 3/7 spending a few days in St.
Mrs. Tatum's third grade Vincent's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stanley
p3 GERTRUDE M. LEE East of Colley Road near Powell St. John Torade, Chairman class will take part in the Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Watts of
described as follows: North Two/ Hundred (12001) ft. of Lots one and Bradford County Zoning Board IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Florida Statewide Testing Crescent City were Saturday

t\M of Block Three (13)) of J. M. Johns Subdivision of NE 1/4 or NE L. M. Gaines, Director NOTICE OF HEARING ON EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Program Feb. 19 and 20. This and Mrs Jerry Vogler overnight guests of her son

1/40f Section 33, Township South, Ranger East. 2/7 2t 2/14 PETITION FOR CLOSING AND FLORIDA, IN AND FOR testing Is part of the Florida and family of New Smyrna and daughter-in-law. Chief

ABANDONMENT OF CYPRESS BRADFORD COUNTY Assessment Program and is Beach spent Saturday of last and Mrs. Barry Watts and

i'4' LOUISE WARD Near intersection of Orange and Pratt Sts. STREET AND A GRADED designed to measure the week with their parents Mr. son.

Beg. on W Line of Christian St. where it into S. Line of Pratt St. Run IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, COUNTY ROAD LYING Case No 74-46 students' progress in Com- and Mrs. Doc Mosley. Other, Mr and Mrs. Jack Kuhne

W. along S. line said St. 197 h. for PCB, Cont. W. 161 ft. S. along E. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF CONTIGUOUS THEREWITH, munication Skills and guests for the day were Mr. and family, and Sheila and
Side of Orange St. 177 h. Nely along ditch to SW Cor. of ChislTlS FLORIDA IN AND FOR SAID STREET PLATTED IN ESTATE OF Mathematics. and Mrs. Arno rke
Brown and Regina Holmes of Sta went
property, then N. 128.3 h. to POB. BRADFORD COUNTY LINCOLN CITY SUBDI\lISON, PETER RAFFONY, Deceased family of Samsula camping on Mobley's lot at
AS PER PLAT THEREOF Several of the classes have and
1/5/' ROY SELLERS North GeIger Road former property of Ted CIVIL ACTION RECORDED IN DEED BOOK 1, The State of Florida, To All started their classroom Paul Wilkison and friends of Chiefland. Friday

Oglesby. Beginning at the S. W. Corner of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4/ Case No. 4-43 PAGE 177, SECTION 32, Persons Interested in the Estate gardens and as the students Orlando and Mrs. Virginia Saturday.Mrs.

Section 34, Township 6 South, Range 22 East, the folloWIng 2 acres: TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE of said Decedent: learn about plants and Lane and family of Onie Thornton of
Proceed 528' N, then 165' East, then 528' S, then 165' West to Point ERNEST M. DELL, Husband 22 EAST, BRADFORD You are hereby notified that a vegetables they can see their Jacksonville spent Sunday Auburndale spent the
and ANNA L. DELL, Wife. written instrument purporting to weekend with her sister Mrs.
of Beginning. COUNTY, FLORIDA work become a productiveeffort. with Mr and Mrs. B. L. ,
be the Last Will and Testament '
Pierce Crews
Wilkison Sr. and and
116 CORNELIUS THOMAS North of Davis St. Intersection of NOTICE OF SUIT of said decedent has been family
also the Donald( Wilkisons
Mrs. Robert Lee visited her
Grand and Davis Sts known and described as follows, towit; NO PROPERTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: admitted to probate In said The teachers and school
parents, Mr and l\lrs. G. L.
Commencing at the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Court. staff are interested in all Miss Jane Gillespie and Peterson
in Keystone Heights
Southwest Quarter of Section 21, Township 6 South, Range 22 East ToAnna: L. Dell You are hereby commanded citizens visiting their school. nieces of Jacksonville
spent on Sunday afternoon.
and run East on Half Section Una 434 feet for a Point of beginning, Rt 1, Box 77 You will take notice that in within four calendar months Please visit any of the classes Saturday with Mr. and l\lrs.

thence run East on Half Section line 243 feet, thence run South 13 Glendale, Delaware 19941 accordance with the provisions from the date of the first .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -
publication of this notice to 4. FM K4.4rf . .4. 4. . .K . e qq esX # # #
degrees 24 minutes West 179.36 feet, thence run West and parallel of Section 336.09 through *
WIth half Section Une 243 feet, thence North 13 degrees 24 minutes YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 336.12, Florida Statutes, a appear In said Court and show *

East 179.36 feet to the point of beginning and containing one acre that an action for dissolution of public hearing will be held by the cause, if any you can, why the : If You Are Looking for a Part-Time Job :

more or less and lying and being In the Northeast Quarter of South. marriage has been filed against Board of County Comissionersof action of said Court in admitting

west Quarter of Section, Township 6 South, Range 22 East. you and you are required to Bradford County, Florida, in said Will to probate should not ,*. Here ate a few tips on what to look for: .*.
serve a copy of your written the County Commissioners stand unrevoked

117 O. P. HUTTO Near intersection of Grand and W. Weldon defenses, if any to it, on theplaintiff's Courtroom of the Bradford : I', You should receive between $800 and $2,400 per year. :
Sts. Lots 5, 6, 7 of Blk. 29in Peek's Addition to Starke. attorney, whose name County Courthouse in Starke Theron A. Yawn, Circuit Judge

and address is Dudley P. Hardy, Florida, on Monday, March 4, Bradford County, Florida : 2. You should be told months in advance the dates and time you will :
r8 J. B. WHITE On Polk St Com. at NE Cor of SE 1/4 of NE P. O. Box 1030, Starke, Florida, 1974 at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on 2/14 4t 3/7 work for this part-time employer.
1/4and run W. 250 ft S. 65 ft. fora Point of Beg. Then run W 100 ft. 32091, and file th e original with the petition of George H. Pierce, *

S.I00ft. E150ft. N. 50ft.W. 50ft. N50ft. toPOBy9 the clerk of the above styled as attorney for Container IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3. You should work only one weekend per month, and two weeks *

court on or before March 30, Corporation of America, a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF each summer and he should buy all your meals during work peri-) :

JOHN McSPADDEN North rolM"lee Rd. near city limits. 1 1974; otherwise a judgement Delaware Corporation, which FLORIDA IN AND FOR : ods.
Sq. A. in SE Ca of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Begin 210' sq. ex. par in SE may be entered against you for petition was spread upon the BRADFORD COUNTY *

: Corner 75' Nand S by 100' E and W. the relief demanded in the minutes of a meeting of said 4. You should rec.ive two days pay (double time) for each day you ..

complaint or petition. Board of County Commissioners 74-45 : work on the weekend. :
I t s10 BRUCE. SCOTT South Billy Jackson Property, Madison WITNESS my hand and the held on February 4, 1974, File No. 1.2170
I St.. A parcel of land lying in the NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 29, seal of said Court on February 4, requesting that said Board close S. You should be paid at an hourly rate of no less than 53.00. *

i Township 6 South, Range 22 East In the City of Starke, Bradford 1974. and abandon Cypress Street INRE: ESTATE OF : 6. You should! receive regular promotions with raises for :
County, Florida; said parcel being more particularly described as hereinafter described, and LOUVIE GANN, Deceased pay your
j I follows: Commence at the Southeast corner of NE 1/40f SW 1/4 and Gilbert S. Brown renounce and disclaim any right length of employment *

run North 0 degrees 28 minutes West along the Easterly boundary Clerk of said Court of Bradford County, Florida, and NOTICE CREDITORS 7. Your part-time job must not interfere with another full.time job or ..
l I thereof a distance of 'Zl feet to a concrete monument> located on the By: Donna M. BransonAs the public in and to the land civilian educalion. ..

Northerly boundary of the right of way of Butler Road for point of Deputy Clerk lying Within said portions of To all creditors and all persons your ..

beginning. From Point of Beginning thus described, continue North 0 2/14 4t 3/7 Cypress Street or graded county having claims or demands 8. You should receive additional education at the expense of your *

degrees 28 minutes West along said Easterly boundary a distance of road, said platted street being against said estate. part-time employer, that will aid you in civilian life. *

403 feet to a concrete monument; run thence South 89 degrees 30 described as follows: You, and each of you, are
minutes West a distance of 150 feet to a concrete monument; run NOTICE TO BIDDERS hereby notified and required to : 9. You should be given $300 worth of clothing for wear during the :

thence South 0 degrees 28 minutes East and parallel to said Easterly Cypress Street which lies present any claims and demands period you work on your part-ti"e, lob, and as it wears out h. *

boundary a distance of 403 feet to a concrete monument located on Notice is, hereby, given for South of Block 6, 7, Band 9 and which you, or either of you, may should replace it at no cost to you. ..
said Northerly boundary; run thence North 89 degrees 30 minutes sealed bids to be submitted to between State Road S.100-A have against the estate of Louvie *
You should be covered worth of *
East along said Northerly boundary 150feet topoint of beginning. the Bradford County School and Railroad Avenue where it Gem,deceased, to the Judge of 10. by $15,000 life insurance during .
.
Board, Post Office Drawer 939 intersects with Oak Street, all said Court, Courthouse Bradford : your part-time working day and in addition, during the time you

#11 CHARLIE BRASWELL S. Epperson St. near Euclid St. Starke, Florida 32091, until 5:00: lying and being in Uncoln City County, Florida, within six are going to or returning from work. :

known and described as follows, to-wit: A parcel of land lying In the p.m., on the day of February 28, Subdivision, Section 32, months from the date of the first receive
You should retirement
SW1/40f 1 SE 1/4of Section 29, Township 6 South, Range 22 East in 1974, for the furnishing of all Township 6 South, Range 22 publication of this notice. 11. a plan that will allure you a check *

the City of Starke, Bradford County, Florida, and being more par. materials, machinery, labor, and East, Bradford County, Florida, Each daim or demand must each month after twenty years o' part.time employment, at the ..

ticularly described as follows: Commence at the NE Corner of said equipment for: also county graded road lying be in writing end must state the : age of sixty *

SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run thence South 0 degrees 30 minutes East a contiguous thereto. place of residence and post. 12. You should be afforded the opportunity to utilize a lake front :
distance of 342.1 feet to a point; run thence South 89 degrees 30 Operations Center office address of the claimant ree-
minutes West a distance of 117.6 feet to paint of beginning. From Bradford County School Board All interested parties may an must be sworn to by tNdaimarlt reational area at no cost to you and your family *

point of beginning thus described run thence South 119 degrees 30 Starke, Florida appear and be heard at the time his agent or hill attorney *

minutes West a distance of 92.6 feet to an iron stake; run thence and place above specified. or it WIll become void NOW, if you w.,1d Iii..a part-time employor who will m.ef an of the oboyo r."uiro. *

South degrees 30 minutes East a distance o178 feet to an Iron stake: at which time Bids will be Dated his 4th day of according to law. mont., and if you',. In teed. health, man or woman, between the ago of 17-U: *

run thence North BB degrees 30 minutes East a distance of 92.6 feet to publicly opened and read aloud February, A. D. 1974. Each creditor shan deliver *
.
a point; run thence North 0 degrees 30 minutes West a distance of 78 Any Bid received after the time sufficient copies of his claim to' :. : Col'' : '' 964.5320 between 8:00A.M.-5:00: P.M. :

feet to point of beginning. and date specified herein will not BOARD OF COUNTY COM-- enable the Court to mail one to

be considered. MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD each personal representative, *

Pat Farnsworth, Plans Specifications, and COUNTY, FLORIDA.By Dated 2/4, A. D. 1974. *

r Chairman, Zoning Board Contract Documents may be : National Guard
I Merrill Edwards, examined in the office of the : Gilbert S.Brown Bleen Stanley :
City clerk Owner I Bradford County School Cerkof Said Board As Administratrix the -

1t 2/14 Board, Post Office Drawer 939, (Official Seal) Estate of Louvle Gem, Dec Equal Opportunity Employer :

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WANTED: Master PAINT PROBLEMS? Mildew INSURANCEAT

CLASSIFIED AD RATES MISC: 22" Admiral Console LOTS -Zoned for mobile homes cosmetologist. Well lighted peeling People,,fading.9648181.Call The Paint REDUCED RATES Pumps I Long Champ
Good Starke
shop. clientele. 964-
television, black and white, find houses. Several sub- Paint AUTO FIRE BOAT
Deadline for insertion perfect condition.Sell or trade divisions to choose from. Only 84412/142tchg 2/21 Madison Center Street., 441 1/24 West New And Used Home and
4tchg DOYLE E. CONNER
Tuesday Noon for $95 down. Monthly
preceding old
piano in good condition paymentsto 2/14 SALES Building MaterialsPARTS
l before ------------ INSURANCE
Thursday publication. 671 W. Call St.Starke. suit your budget: Ph. 468- AGENCYTCHG

Minimum Charge 2.00 lip 2/14 1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. WANTED: Manager trainee, ------- -WE BUILD
----
(Covers IS Words) SERVICE
career with progressive "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Each word over IS: ------------ ------------ finance SEWING DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
consumer company.Call MACHINE: All makes, $ SAVE $
10 cents YOUR LOT OR OURS"
interview 964-5010
for cleaned, oiled and adjusted
FOR SALE: Kenmore 600 John Bradley. 1/31 4tchg $7.00. All Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
work FREE ESTIMATES
guaranteed.
All Classified Ads FOR SALE Registered Angus
must be automatic dishwasher like 2/21 James FRED DAVISGMC
paid for In advance unless you new. Call after 6 p.m. 964- Bull Calves. J. B. White 65F, Starke.Strickland Ph. Rt. 2, Box SERVICE REMODELING REPAIRS
964-8733.
have an established account 7317. 1tp 2/14 Phone 9646114. tfchg 2tp TRUCKS
------------ 2/14 ADDITIONS
with the Telegraph. in that BUICK PONTIAC"A ON ALL MAKES
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event 50 cents extra chargefor ------ LITTLE RIDE CAN HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
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PHONE 964-7061
billing. Not responsible for HELP WANTED: Male Experienced --- ------ SAVE YOU A LOT" TF TRADED

errors when given over the FOR SALE: Argentine hay, TV Color picture tubes only electricians and LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast GREEN COVE SPRINGS"
phone or when copy Is not $1.50 bale Argentine seed 80 $79 plus labor Dahmers experienced apprentices. with X-11 Diet Plan $300 Durrance ACREAGE FOR SALE

typed and brought to the of cents lb., Ringneck Pheasants Discount. tfchg. Apply Bell Electric, Keystone REDUCE Excess Fluids with Adult Mobile 964-6853
fice. $4.00 each, Wild turkeys $15 Heights. tfchg. X-PBI $3.00. Money Back PUMP j A SUPPLY CO.

each,2 Hulsey game cocks.J. Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3 Home ParkIN 864-N. TEMPLE AVE HWY 3O1 S. STARKE TF i

M. Edwards, Box 628, Phone YourReal WANTED: Maid to do 4/11 15tchg

' O 9645379. 4tp 2/29 housework, 4 days a \week, CITY LIMITS S30 A MONTH
Estate preferably with references.
------------ Contact Bill Wilson, 9645289or WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD 0
'r FOR SALE ) Broker 9647605. tfchg. AUTOMOBILES GROCERY AND NEW Sewing peraton

FOR SALE: 22 hand guns USEDFOR SHOPPING

$1995, 15 automatic $39.95, Buy Sell- Trade- ------------ CENTERTF Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.
38 snub 4995. Dahmer's JO-LU COURT

FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars Discount tfchg AppraisalsCALL If You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
U.S. 301 SOUTH
made Japan by Gibson now BILL POWELL SALES HELP WANTED SALE: 1960 English Ford Employment.
at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. ------------ TEXAS REFINERY CORP. Van. $200. Ph. 964-7878. Itp PHONE 964-881O
RESIDENCE 964-6S1O offers PLENTY OF MONEY 2/14

--- --- ------ WATSON'SHOUSE OF VACUUMS OR RALPH BRYAN plus cash bonuses, fringe Cadillac Uniform Co.
benefits to mature individualin
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ASSOCIATERESIDENCE ------- Anton's
Starke of 441 !. Brownl..
Many brands of new vacuums' area. Regardless
FOR SALE 964-62O8
: REGISTERED $39.00 up. Used machines experience,airmail A. T. Pate, Mobile Homes Stark., Fla. {TFl}
HEREFORD BULLS ages one from $10. Expert Repairs all OFFICE 964-6464 Pres., Texas Refinery Corp., FOR SALE: 1973 Vega SINGLES & DOUBLE

to three years old. J. R. makes. Parts and Accessories Box 711, Fort Worth, Tex., Estatewagon W/Custom WIDES
ACREAGE 1 to 100 Acres
Wainwright, 9647835. Exterior and Interior
tfchg. for all Built in 76101. 1tp 2/14 Package, EXPANDO ROOMS ft ADD
vacuums. with
Highway frontage AT, AC, and Radio. Call 782- ON ROOMS STARKE BUILDERSA
central cleaning
vacuum several locations.
------------ 3956 after 6. Itp 2/14
systems. 712 N. Main, - - FREE DELIVERY AND SET COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Gainesville 3767110. TF Lake Front Beautiful UP 100 MILE RADIUS
FOR SALE: SPECIAL: Frame 2 round home on choice lake.year FULL YEAR HEAD START - -- ----- BANK FINANCINGHWY PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST

bedroom house in excellent .... STARKE FLA.
condition with furniture for FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C.B. The Full Year Head Start FOR SALE: 1962 Ford F-100 17 NORTH GREEN- COVE Congoleum Shin}'1 Vinyl

$8,000. A. J. Thomas, : 1973 Hodaka with Heat and Air Carpet Program is accepting ap longwheel base pickup. Fairly TEL 284-5OO1!
Realtor. Tel. 964-6162 LillianC. Wombat with combat piston Enclosed garage- beautiful lot in plications for Teacher Aide for good condition $300. Ted 264-7311 "THE NO WAX FLOOR" $A,CQ
Pearson, Associate, Tel. chamber, knobbles and many Starke. the Head Start Program in Oglesby, 1329 Bessent Road, TF COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $6 !SO
782-3806. tfchg. extras. $600. Danny Pearson, Bradford County. Must be low- Starke. Ph. 9645240. Itchg PER: SQ YD

4311176. 1tp 2/14 SMALL FRAME HOUSE On income, must live in Bradford 2/14/ Beautifully SculpturedHI

----- --- ---- nee lot in Starke. County and willing to work with United FarmAgencyInc
---------- -- LOW NYLON
all ethnic groups. Starting salaryis - ------
LET US HELP YOU $1.95 an hour for 40 hours per MANY ECIFCATONSSCOMP EXCEEDS

FOR SALE: Registered AngusBull FOR SALE: 6 rolls, approx. 22 BUY, SELL OR TRADEI week. Application blanks may ... REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER FHA ETELY $6.97
Calves. J. B. White. squares, 15 lb. roofing felt, be obtained at the Bradford INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SQ YD

Phone 964-6114 or 9648775. $4.00 per roll. Ph. 4681893.1t Head Start Center Deadline for HOUSES FOR SALE F PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE Shag

tfchg. 214WORK applications being set for Feb. ... FAULKNER-ASSOC. THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
22, 1974 at 5:00: P.M. Send ROBERT FAULKNER-ASSOC.
TFCOLORS
tOO% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY
---- -- t FOR RENT ] applications to "Head Start"
-- ---- --- LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
Mrs. Elaine McBride, Head Start f-J 95
23O5! N. TEMPLE AVE INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD' IBill's .
Project Director P. O. Box 1278, Lakefront
Starke, Fla. 32091. 2 attractive mobile homes STA KE. FLA. 964-5O65!

GAINESVILLEBusiness FOR RENT 12' wide mobile WANT TO SELL OR BUY

homes outside city limits. J. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Acreage 5.13A. $5,900 REAL ESTATE?
B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no EMPLOYER" 19 48 A. Paved road 16,000 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES C. B. Radio

Directory answer\ call 9648775. tfchg. 2tchg 2/74 21 Acres US-301N. 30,000 PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG 321 Ave.
BO Acres 22 A. planted pine, Temple

pecan trees 1/2 mile road SG4-B34G

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer. $1,100Acre JIMMY MOORE'S Starke, Fla.

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CARS CARS CARS .J.THOMAS, REALTOR YOUR MONEY TF
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DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION STARKE PH 964-5791
FOR RENT: 2.12 acres tobacco MIKE STARLINGS: LAND 964-6162
_ PLUS 30 DAY WARRANTY allotment. Call after 6 p.m. CLEARING, FILL DIRT, 7 LILLIAN C. PEARSON COMPLETE OUTBOARD ASTERN

ON MOST CARS 964-7317. Itp 2/14 miles South of Starke on 301. ASSOCIATE DRIVE SERVICE

468-1420 1/31 5tp 2/28 782-3806 AND REPAIR Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
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OWNED a. OPERATED COMPLETE FIBERGLASS & All Management Permits.
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BY A STARKE MAN FOR SALE: Small 3 bedroom REPAIR
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house frame house 11/2/ miles from CUSTOM BUILT FIBER"GLASS'FISHING Home of the Magnetic Signs

Sales furnished, quiet neighborhood EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINTING City limits off Raiford Road, BOATS
jlarchant Auto
, no pets. Ph. 782- Call after 5 p.m., 473-3628. $11,900. Ph. 9647015. 1/31 24 Hour Service
GAINESVILLE 3279. 1t 2/14 2tp 214NURSERY 3tp 2/14.

1636 S E. 3RD AVE Wrangler
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MARCHANT WILL FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom Brick In. Boots OFWORKING
Preschool
TREAT yOU RIGHT house, out of city in quiet struction.: 2 f \
Ages 3 to 5, FOR THE /
neighborhood $150 per mo. vacancies. '
Ph. 964-8404. 1tp
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All Conveniences.
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BABY SITTING: In my home, ..,
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very good care. Two meals
WANTED Used furniture Feb. 14 at 7
provided. Call Celeste Rowe p.m. LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED &
refrigerators, washers Dahmer' .All Interested persons are NEW A USED
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CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
Class will qualify for
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LET MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also Veteran Training.The law has TF I
mobile home hurricane an- been revised to eliminate the GAINESVILLE
choring end mobile home roof requirement that schoolingand
t Nap WANTED J coating. din's MOBIL'Home
agricultural employmentmust
Starke Service.964-5608, Rt. 100 W. occupy the full time of A.A. Meeting YOUNG (It> CO.Ny .

FOR YOU Fla. tfchg the student. This change will FRIDAY NIGHT

permit the student to engagein 8:30: P.M. o Vacuum Cleaners

HELP WANTED: Male or HOUSE PAINTING: Brush or other employment which is
female, full time sales clerk. spray, interior and exterior not directly associated with 390 N. CHERRY ST. and Shampooers

Sportsrrunded, neat, smart Hourly or by contract, quality agriculture and which does
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Apply In person Asher Free estimates given.. Lonnie cooperative YOUR BUSINESS
Sullivan's Athletic House 150 Roberts, Raiford, Fla. Call program. STARKE. FLA.
is
Registration Fee
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Brooker '. Raiford Lets Garbage Service ContractGene's

Newsby -

Garbage Service of notice should be given if either that the successful bidder will
Jeannette Prescott Lake Geneva, owned and day is a holiday. not be required to go out of his
operated by Gene Failing, was ((3)) All garbage and trash way to find where the home
low bidder and awarded a must be in suitable containerswith
owner or businessman has his
SWEETHEARTBANQUETHELD contract for collecting the tightly fitting lids or containers stored.
:; garbage of approximately 100 bags. Businesses only will be
''q iZw Y {h residences and businesses in permitted to use large oil
The first! Adult Sweetheart the town of Raiford at the drums. All containers and
Banquet was held Saturday regular Raiford City Council bags will be provided by the
night, Feb. 9, at Brooker meeting on Feb. 4, Failing'sbid individual home owner or
Baptist Church. The guest was $295 per month. businessman. ,
speaker Rev. Ben Bryant, of The only other bidder was ((4)) The containers or bags
Starke First Baptist, spoke on I.I I.. Louis Smith who had been must be placed in a position
the theme, "Love Makes the ......- collecting garbage in recent putting them as close to Many desserts are made
a
World Go 'Round," and .... ....L months on a temporary basis major road or street as is from agar, a product: of
special music was provided by with the individual property feasibly possible for the in- seaweed.
James Owen, guest pianist, owner paying the fee. Under dividual home owner or
and Mrs. Mona Canova. I IP'j / ( the new set-up, the city will businessman. This will mean
Appreciation is extended to ., r'h, pay the bill, providing free
the workers who really did a garbage collection for its looooocq
good job and everyone had a ., M s residents, effective Feb. 1.
wonderful time. I The following specificationsare tWtjo
required of all citizens
ELEMENTARYSCHOOL: :; .1" ., living in the town of Raiford
. :NEWS who wish to benefit by the free Funeral Home
Mrs. Charlotte Hoffman is garbage service:
interning at Brooker ((1)) The collection service PHONE 9S4-62OO
STARKE
Elementary, 4th and 5th '. will be for all homes and
Grades (Mrs. Ivey's class) I businesses within the in- RENTAL
The Advisory Committeemet corporated limits of the Townof HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS
at the School Board officein -- i. Raiford Florida. ft CRUTCHES
Starke with other Advisory Itl/ J. M. t YI YIC will(2)) be The twice collection a week pickup on KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Committees to discuss new
tax regulations with Mr ,. ., Wednesday afternoon and i PHONE 473-3176 ,
Temple on Tuesday, Feb. 12. ,..: 1 .. :. ; ...t C Saturday morning Sufficient X3QOOOOOQQOOCXX3OOOQOO0OQOOOOOOCM
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The :New; River Baptist elzarl"lle
Church held its third annual
Valentine Banquet for the Eckerd's Drug Store which: opened Feb. 4 introduces its Ruth Roak, Rudolph Sapp Charles Carter and Roy Radford.
young people on Friday, Feb. staff. Second row: Carolyn Ferrncz, Larry Wilson, Larry Baker 'Winter Market
8, followed by the second First row (l-r): :Mary Hall. Betty :Norman; Janie Pruitt, :Mgr., and Gary Smilhey. ,h!>t. :Mgr
banquet for the adults on earpel
Saturday. Feb. 9, in the violin background. A poem, mother Mrs. Joyce Stokes tills Camelr'na
educational building.The "The Touch of the Master's and family over the weekend.
speaker at the youngpeople's Hands," was given by Don Sgt. Castlin is stationed with The FCA is planning a Special
banquet was Bob Stanley. Group singing and the Air Force at MacDill AFB benefit Variety Show for the Bradford County School
Lawrence from the Baptist games were also enjoyed by Tampa. Richard Crews Kidney Fund lunchroom menu for period
Student Union in Gainesville.Jena those attending. Mrs. Francis Parrish and tentatively for the middle of Feb. 18.22:
Dempsey and Gary children of Parrish Vernon April. In order to have this l\10nday--Beans and
Dykes provided musical I BIRTHDAYS and Louie Prescott;of Lutz show, they need local amateur weiners, cabbage slaw, field
entertainment.The Rhonda Truet. 8 years. Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Hunter; talent. If you know of peas, pineapple cake, biscuit, a
following were crowned 10: Dena Cox, 5 years, Feb. 16. and Miss Inez Prescott of someone, or maybe yourself milk.
during the coronation Tampa; and Mr. and Mrs. who might be interested Tuesday-Spaghetti with
ceremony: Jonnie Welch, PERSONALS:; Walter Jones and children of please contact Donnie !Neel: at meat sauce green beans
LANDMARK
King; Robin Welch, Queen; Mr. and Mrs J. M. Markeyof Atlanta Ga. were visiting Mr. school or call 964-5521 after 8 Jello with orange juice
Dwight Emory, Prince; Waycross. Ga. and Mr. and and Mrs. Orea Prescott and p.m. Monday thru Saturday cookie. French bread, milk.Wednesday.Hamburger .
Darlme Molt, Princess. Mrs. Jack Markey of Brunswick other relatives last weekend. Bear in mind that valuable on SCULPTURED
Carl Whidden was speakerfor Ga. were recent guestsof Pitt Baxter is still in the prizes will be awarded, but bun. lettuce-tomato. French
the Adult Banquet. The Mrs. Pearl Markey. Mrs. hospital, and we hope he will they need to know as soon as fries, apple sauce, cake. milk. CARPETMFG.
seventeen couples attendingwere Mae Evans of Florence, S. C., be home soon. possible if enough people are Thursday--Tuna salad on
entertained by Thurston the former Mae Duke of Lake interested. lettuce, corn, peaches, lime LIST PRICE
Henry Mho did a chalk Butler, is also visiting Mrs. sickle or orange bar. cin- S15.OOslO00InstaIlid
drawing of "Praying Hands." Markey. The FBLA Parliamentary namon roll. milk.FridayManager's. i...
He was accompanied by :Mrs. Sgt. and Mrs. Anthony Team will meet Monday nightat :Much a? we enjoy \ choice.WaIEN .
Glenda Andrews, piano and Castlin and baby son. Steve of 7 p.m. in Miss Morris' reading the garden "S.
Mrs. Anita Countryman Tampa were visiting his room. pages, it occurs: to "us' ITS!' HOT AND DRY \ I
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Community News c: Area Episcopal Churches Plan United Service

Episcopalians of five area drews, Interlachen; and (the
congregations will celebrate Church of the Holy/ Communion -
Theological Education this Hawthorne An
By anthem
..-----.- _._-- Elisabeth (;Iv en. Walker Sunday,Feb. 17, at the 11 a.m. will be sung by the
SCIIUUL. INf.WS; service of Holy Communion at combined choirs of
St. Mark'sand
Wednesday Feb. 20-- Plans are in the making for
Basic Adult Classes are in Trinity Church, Melrose. St. Anne's.
Coronation
M Miss Blackness the "Come As You Are"
session in activity -
Lawtey Elementary of Bradford The Rev. Raymond J. Luncheon will be served
School and Starke at RJE for County, 8 p.m. sponsored by the youthof Lawrence, Jr., chaplain of St. following the service.
the benefit of all Thursday, Feb. 21-Fashion the church with five Luke's
adults Episcopal
in- Show and 1 Hospital, Everyone is cordially Invitedto
terested in improving their Poetry Hour with captains selected from the 91 ? Houston, Texas will give the participate.
narrator 7:30 p.m. Youth Group. All membersare
skills for a better job or self- J sermon.In .
improvement. Friday Feb. 22--Record asked to please cooperatefor r
Classes addition to Trinity the
held each Monday and are Hop following Falcon the success of this activity. \ r j congregations involved are St. William II. Shaw,80

Wednesday night from 7 to 10. cents. game. Donation 15 P Mark's Starke; St. Anne's
Adults can improve their Saturday, Feb. CARD OF TIIANKSWe Keystone Heights; St. An- William H. Shaw residentof
self concept in music which is American Culture 23--Afro- wish 1009 Lake Drive, Lake City,
to
being taught on Monday Develop. express our died in a Lake
and ment 8:30: p.m. A heartfelt thanks to all of our City hospital
moving
Wednesday nights at Lawtey dramatization of the Black many friends and neighborsfor Mrs. Lack EppersonLAKE Thursday, Feb. 7, after a long
Elementary by Mrs. illness.
Zeporah Man's Story. Past history and the kind expressions of
P. Jennings. Come and enjoy present ii7ty BUTLER Mrs. Born in Alachua County on
the fun In learning music All events plight.will sympathy shown to us during Lacie Epperson, 89, died July 24, 189:1.: lie was the son of
take the loss of loved :
place in our one.
fundamentals, peano, RJE cafeteria ,rata b 4 I a Thursday, Feb. 7. the late William A. Shaw and
on North Pine -The family of Ivan L. (Joe)
autoharp and singing. You Street, Starke. The McCollum. Survivors include two Elizabeth Carver Shaw.
will receive credit toward cordially invited. public is daughters: Mrs. Carribelle Survivors include the wife,
completing high school. It will ,?;i! ; ; ,, Law Stuart and Mrs. Fayree Sara of Lake City; three sons:
help you become a better LAWTEY PARADE f ''i Kennedy, Bartow; two sons:; Fred of Bronson, Louis of
choir member. For Information colorful parade A 1 { ', Ma + Carl Brown, Lake Butler and Yuma, Ariz., W. H. Jr. of
was held in n 1tl
call the Vo-Tech, Lawtey last { Samuel Brown, Wright Miraloma, Calif.; two
9646150. sponsored by the Youth Saturday Club., Patterson Air Force Base, daughters: Ruby Haas of
There were floats Dayton Ohio; a stepson R. C. Satellite Beach Fla. and Mrs.
BLACK HISTORY WEEK decorated and Epperson, Jacksonville; a Evelyn Schuster Palm
PLANNED The Black Jacksonville motorcycles and from stepdaughter, Mrs. Mildred Beach Calif.; one sister: Mrs.
Communities of Bradford carrying out a color Fernandina scheme of Kinmdt Jacksonville; 10 Mandy Shaw of Brooker; 12
County wish to invite you to red and white. ri I grandchildren and eight grandchildren and eight
attend the annual Black Brenda Williams greatgrandchildren.Services great-grandchildren.
History Week program in our Lawtey's Sweetheart. was were held Saturday Services were held Saturday -
area, Feb. 1723. We all knowof Youth Queen The afternoon Feb. 9, in afternoon.* Feb. 9, in
the need to become awareof Williams and Clare was Linda ( Harmony Free Will Baptist Primitive Baptist Church in
our Black Heritage, and Members of the Court Johnson.were C7I..I (PWuiciL.Ce Church. Burial was in Fort Alachua County Burial was in
now is your Call Cemetery. Archer the church cemetery.
opportunity to Terrell Johnson, Cedra
come listen, see. and feel our Tammie James and Rowe Keith Funeral Home of Lake Butler Biggs-Wilson Funeral Homeof
was in Lake City in
Blackness. Harmon. This charge of was charge of
was a
gala
Following is a list of events affair and was enjoyed by all. Starke arrangements. arrangements.
for this observance: ,
--"
Sunday, Feb. 17-Rev. H. K. COMMUNITY: : REVIVAL A Sunday Sunday School,
Matthews of Pensacola, Community Revival is in 9:45: aim; Morning Worship Shown In picture from left to right: Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Mrs. Pearl II. Harrison, Brian Block
Henry has
NAACP Field Director for progress at Bethlehem at 11 o'clock, sermon: "Life's Hamilton,Miss Lillian Slump and Mrs Henry Anderson,at Stump's opening
Youth will be the speaker at 3 Freewill Baptist Church, Essential Ingredients" ;
p.m. Music being given by the each night except Thursday. Church Council, Youth Cult Scout Pack First Baptist Bus !Ministry Under 17 reasons why
Bradford County Community The public is invited to this Handbell Group, 5 p.m. ; Way you
Chorus. soul-saving activity. Rev. J, Church Training 6:13: Holds! Pinewood
; North Santa Fe
a.m. Lake
The First
;
Baptist Church of should
Monday Feb.l8-A Record P.
Franklin, director Evening Worship 7:30
; Rev. : ; come to
Hop will be held Keystone Heights got its bus 9:20: a.m. and from west of us
immediately Jasper Williams pastor. sermon: "If at First You Derby EventCub
after BUS basketball game. Don't Succeed." ministry underway four Lake Geneva on SR-214' for

Donation 15 cents. DELL CHAPTER OES Dell Monday Youth Choir Scout pack 513 held its weeks ago and is now bringing (through Breezy Point area) | income tax help.Reason .
Tuesday Feb. 19Questionand Chapter OES will not hold its Practice 7 p.m. annual Pinewood in boys and girls from the back to the church at 9:35: a.m.

Answer Forum 8 p.m. regular meeting at the Tuesday Crusader and Jan. 31 at the Southside Derby on Keystone area to the church's The church's children's 1. We are income tax
Speaker, Miss Catura Corey of Masonic Hall on Thursday, Carol Choirs, 3:30: p.m. Elementary School. Sunday School and Children's church began two weeks ago
Archer. Feb. 14. Instead, there will bea Wednesday Acteens, 5 Thirty-five boys built cars Church every week. and all boys and girls from 4 specialists. We ask the right

service at Greater p.m.; Family Night Supper 6p.m. and entered the competition.The All ages are welcome on the years old through 12 are questions. We dig for every honest
.
Bethlehem Freewill Rantist ; Hour of Power R. A., first place went to"Doug" welcome. Sunday School is at eduction. We want
trophy bus the to leave
Church at 8 p.m.-1 membersare t;;; 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers says Rev. Lawrence no
New Douglas, of Mr. 9:45 while
son regular
: a.m. stone
Carroll unturned
pastor of to make
asked to cooperate with Meeting, 7:15: ; Church Choir and Mrs. In First sure you
EntertainmentFeaturing this activity. Rev. Levy Practice 8 p.nr. second place Wayne was Douglas.Hobble Baptist. Members of the bus church services and the pay the smallest legitimate tax.
children's church begin at 11
Lennon will deliver the Thursday Visitation 9:30: ; Geiger, son of Mr. and Mrs outreach team ride the bus on
message. The public is In- World Friends and Music Bob Ferrine and third place Saturday morning and travelon a.m.

vited. Maker's Choir, 3:15: ; was won by Renme Lennon, the route covered on
PreSchool Music Activities son of Rev. and Mrs. Levy Sunday mornings. First Assembly Of God,
CIIL'KCH' NEWS; New Bethel Mission Friends, 4:05: ; Lennon.In Currently the bus schedulefor Starke c
Beverfg :fate Baptist Church, Rev. Leroy Visitation, 7pm.Ben the design competitionfirst Sunday mornings is Corner of Weldon and ?

Davis pastor. Prayer P. Bryant, Pastor. second and third place Sunrise Trailer Park and Brownlee Streets, Charles I
NaihvllleVocalltt Meeting and Bible Class each prizes were won by David Paradise Lake 9 Whatley, pastor.
Wednesday night. Rehearsal Bressee, Billy Anders and a.m. ; Sunday School 10 a.m. I
Friday.Saturday for Choir No. 2 is held Friday St. Murk Wayne Baker. Keystone Club Estates 9:10: Morning Worship at 11. Youth

Nights night before the first Sunday Those who went to the finals Service, 6 p.m. Evening
in each month. Sunday School St. Mark's Episcopal Church from the den eliminationraces Evangelistic Service 7 p.m.
Mill Fayo't New R......' will terminate services for Calendar.
were: Greg Jackson In the Wednesday night Prayer
spring a man's
"Let's Sing.Song Sunday, Feb. 17, at 10 Week beginning Feb. 17: young
a.m. Doug Douglas, Rennie Lennon Service 7:30.:
fancy lightly turns to thoughtsof
Together"and Regular services will be held Sunday-Holy Eucharist Edward Crews, Michael The church is interested in
Sunday, Feb. 24. 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist in Jordan and Robbie Geiger. ecology meaningful and social encounters con- starting a Charismatic
: The Fellowship hour An- conjunction with area The Fellowship in Starke, and will
: events!
.. were judged by
v I I' sciousness.
i -Beryl Plliar In THE INCOME TAX
Episcopal Churches at PEOPLE
"'I I Love Being' AroundVouV niversay will be held Sunday Trinity Dewey McKinney Carl E. Ladies', Homo Journal offer its facilities for the
Feb. 2-1. at 3 p.m. at Bethel Church. Melrose 11 a.m. Clark and Jim meeting. All interested per-
Duncan all
Baptist Church. The public is Episcopal Young Churchmen, principals of the schools the Old taxes never die; they sons are asked to write 118 NORTH WALNUT ST.
ENTERTAINMENTNIONTSAWEEK invited to attend. 6 p.m. just turn up under a different Charles First
boys attend. Whatley Open 9 a.m.6 p.m.,Mon.-Sat. Phone 964-X2K6
Tuesday-BrownieTroop 604, name. Bill Vaughan m of God Box
Assembly 719 or
:..........................: Ebenezer Baptist Church, 7:30: p.m. Kansas City Star call 964-8209. OPEN TODAY NO APPOINTMENT NFC'FSSAIIY

: EVERY WEDNESDAY : Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Wednesday Senior and Fleteher VarneyFletcher .
IS Senior Choir will rehearse Junior Choir Practice, 7:30:
:. DANCRCONTESTNIOHTBobby's : Friday night. Sunday services Varney 62, of
............................. begin with Sunday School at p.m.Thursday Women of the Starke, died Friday Feb 1, in
9:45.: Consecration Service at Church meeting at 12 noon to the Lake City Veterans '
10:30.: Morning Service, 11 plan and prepare for hosting Hospital after an extended GET I IN THE SWING TO SPRING WITH
a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m the World Day of Prayer at St. illness. He was a veteran of
Mark's. Girl Scout Troop 614, World War II.Surviving .
Hideaway Greater Allen Chapel AME 3:30: p.m. Inquirer's Class; is his wife,
Church Rev. B. C. Williams, 7:30:: p.m.First Lucille of Starke; five
daughters, Mrs. Sheila Sims JETSTEAM
pastor.Sunday School 10 a.m.
301 SOUTH Morning Worship at 11. Choir Christian and Mrs Roberta Darby, both
WALDO Union will be held at Mac- of Lake Wales; (three sons,
clenny Allen Chapel Church. Ladies Council Raymond Ramsey, Green-
Evening Service 5:30.: ville. S. C.; Rodney Varnev.
Entertains YouthThe Lake Wales; and Craig Mooreof CLEAN CARPETSThere
Santa Anna, Calif.; three
daughters living in West
LAKE CITY OPEN Ladies Council of the Virginia; one brother, James
First Christian Church en- Varney, Lexington Ky.; three
tertained their youth group at sisters, Mrs. Ira Allen, are several "steam"methods of
a Sweetheart Banquet last Starke; !Mrs lona McCord, ..
TRACTOR.PULL. Saturday night in the Florence Ky.; and Mrs
Jo'ellowship'Hall.. Roxie McNabb. Lake Wales; cleaning carpet but. .
Red fruit punch was servedto and 14 grandchildren.
the young people as they Funeral services were heldat
arrived. 10 a.m. Monday in Jones none can compare to the aualityoffJetSteame
The four dining tables were Memorial Chapel in Starke
covered with white cutwork with Rev Denton Sumrall
cloths and decorated with a conducting. Interment was in
variety of Valentines. Crosby Lake Cemetery under ?
Following the chicken dinner direction of DeWitt C. Jones
S6000 I'... the group played games at Funeral Home. ? ;
their tables directed by the
.. minister, J. C. Brown, and Mrs. Mnrrhee
PURSE .f' Mrs. Brown. DEEP-CLEAN SOIL EXTRACTION
Twenty-three youth !Mrs. Edith Murrhee, 82,
members and ten adults attended died Wednesday Feb. 6. in a
NORTH FLORIDA RACEWAY this annual party. Gainesville nursing home. She
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA was a native of Clay County and here's why:
and the widow of the late .

( : ., P.M.) The greeting-card depart Arthur Murrhee.! She was of
FEBRUARY 16(7 ;;,17 11:0 TNOA,, ment in one city departmentstore the daughter of the late Jesse 1. Experience: Over 1,000,000 square yards. carpet

is now the Social Expression and !Mary E. Thomaas. cleaned by Jetsteam men.
Shop. --RobertSylveiter. Surviving are a daughter,

-'TSEE Newt SyndicateA Chicago Tribune' Now York Gainesville!Mrs Alma; two brothers.Booth A., 2. Uniformed JetSteam Men : trained to get your carpet

COME AND window-cleaning firm in J. Thomas Sr., of Starke, and cleaner than clean.
Johannesburg advertises William Thomas, Atlantic

THE ;!""- itself Maintenance as "Transparent Engineers."Wall- !Beach Morgan; one Jacksonville sister !Mrs.;Jessie four 3. Free estimates given in writing in your home .

X HEAVIEST SHOW ON WHEELS AP grandchild.grandchildren and one great you know what you pay for.


:>oooooo-ooooooc>oooooo< q at Funeral 1 p.m. services Friday, Feb.were 8.held in 4. No soaps, no scrubbing your carpet is beautiful and" : .

RAW. Farm Equipment Co. Church Beulah with Missionary burial in Baptist Beulah ready for use same day. >:. ::'
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"'tAT LARGE SELECTION OF NEW Cemetery ding. Johnson-Hayes near Camp Funeral Blan- 5. Often imitated. '. NEVER EQUALLED ,

Home of Gainesville in
R & TRACTORS NOW IN STOCK charge of arrangements.was -' :

FARM..II :4 r Quality Service ServicemenFt. For a Free Estimate Call Collect :! "". -.::: ?

EQUIPMENT CO Knox Ky. Jan. 25- ''" ,:
\, Army Private Leroy J. Davis
Ol'"er Sales I :'J new & usedequipment Jr., 18, whose parents live at + ;k
i Senke iJi 831 Florida St., Starke completed
HWY 121 ; eight weeks of basic
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He received Instruction in .
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drill and ceremonies
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,: MinesingerTo To Coordinates HOMENOTES At 78, He's Tree Farmer" Of The Year

Optometry CongressDr.

James H. Minesinger of advisor and as liason with the FROM, YOUR EXTENSION HOME fJ"

Starke has been appointed to Southern Council of Op /- r ECONOMICS AGENT Butler Hendricks, a quiet
serve as co-ordinator for this tometrists, sponsor cf) the tr thoughtful man of 78 years,
ti area for the 51st Annual event which is expected to I' i has spent his entire life living
Southern Educational attract some 3,000 _" #:", BY KATHY BROWN off the land in Union and
Congress of Optometry Feb. registrations from 40-odd earlier Bradford Counties. ,
15-19 at the Marriott Motor states. You've This past week Hendricks
Hotel in Atlanta.In The program will feature Happy Valentine's Day! dating.noticed all kinds of probably strange became the first tree farmerin
this capacity the local some 114 hours of lectures, on Hope this will be a day filled letters numbers and symbols over a decade to be
;,
optometrist will serve as an such topis as contact lenses, with love for each of you. which you can't understand on awarded the highest honor of w7 ,
children's vision, and ocular the Florida Forestry
the bottoms of cans and other
NEW IN SEWING
pathology. The Congress will WHAT'S Association "Tree Farmer of
Mental Health containers. These are codes
fall I surveyed the
exhibits. Last for
190
also include some which consumers cannot read. the Year" 1973.
who receive
homemakers
my
dating means dateon The ceremony itself was a
Board about Open any
MeetingsThe monthly newsletter
rather quiet informal affair
a packaged food product
FaulknersWin their interest in a workshop on
befitting to a man of Hen-
that can be read and understood
regular monthly the latest in sewing notions drick's qualities. He was
To Hawaii by the shopper. Open
Trip and accessories, fabrics, and
meeting of the District 5 dating is being tried in many presented with a small plaqueby
Mental Health Board will be techniques. For those of you the the forestry associationand
stores throughout
held in Room 401 Alachua who responded YES, the date country.If McCulloch chain
Paul and Irene Faulkner, you look, you'll find some a new
County Courthouse, at 7 for the WHAT'S NEW IN by the Florida Tractor
p.m. Associates for United Farm products with dates you can saw
Monday, Feb. 18. The meeting Agency, Inc., Registered Real SEWING Workshop is Wed- read. Such dates may be Company of Jacksonville.
is open to County Citizens' Estate Broker, were honored nesday, March 6, at 10 a.m. in shown in both letters and While such affairs are
I. Advisory Groups and the the auditorium at the always a matter of
recently for their outstandingsales in numbers like FEB. 28. Or, press
general public. achievements in 1973. Agriculture Building they may be shown in numbers releases public relations
'; A meeting of the Executive Mr and Mrs. Faulkner Starke. I know that many of only like 2-28 or 0228. personnel and dignitaries, ,
i, Committee has been called for qualified for the President'sRound you do a great deal of home Open dating tells the seldom does one find the
5< 6pm. Monday, Feb. 18 in the sewing, so I hope you will be of
( .r. Table Award by shopper how fresh a productis. genuine( pride ownership
able to attend. This workshopis
Commissioners meeting room Hendricks displayed as he
reaching a new goal in sales This is most important in
of the Alachua County volume in less than a one-year open to any interested buying dairy and bakery took foresters, dignitaries,
Courthouse, preceding the period. This will entitle themto homemaker In the County. products. It's also importantfor and the press on a short tour of
s regular meeting of the board. an expense-paid trip to If you or someone you know refrigerated dough the land he loves.
This meeting is also to would like to receive the the field Hendricks
open Hawaii where the and It's Leading
i Advisory Groups and the company'sInternational monthly newsletter, call my products eggs. good to crossed over high fences and Butler Hendricks, right{ and Dick Staples tree inspector with Allied Timber, and J. It,
Awards Conference know for too.
meat products,
general public. office (964-6554)) or write to me woodlands with Cochran, president i of the Florida Frestrysslclation) tour the farm of the 7H-y -ar-uld tree
rolling
will be held in April And, it would be helpful for over farmer .
at P. O. Box 267, Starke, canned and frozen ease that astonished all onInII.
products.
Florida 32091, and we'll be Hendricks and his wife will
when they consideredhis and university educations.
Open dating could also help present Hendricks, along with his
happy to add your name to the The farmer "I have had a good woman celebrate another ceremony
the homemaker at home. She years. pointed wife Ollie have raised a
mailing list. This is one sure with pride to the small behind me and a lot of help this coming July 30 when they
KEYSTONE MELROSE would be able to use the oldest green family of record too, with 10
to receive notices on all will have been married for (tiO
' way that will from from the Lord, Hendricks
products on her shelf first. It's sprouts years sons and two daughters. They
Extension Home Economics tower wind washed said when asked to what he years.
true that most foods are used now as put each of the children
Business programs. long before their quality longleaf pine much like some through high school and many atributes his accomplishments. -

Directory 4-11 LEADERS declines too much. But of the stands he now protects have gone on to finish college .
the of controlled
through use
and
sometimes cans packagesget
A reminder to all Bradford
pushed to the back of the burning and selective cutting. T'1trr'eStark'SiMPrsBenefit1''rortt
4-H Leaders
County aleaders'
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE meeting on shelf and forgotten. Open Hendricks has been very 0 e
ticipation and plans for par-the dating would help the conscious of and practicinghis Air force Tech Program
SUPPLIES GARDENSlim's homemaker know the quality own conservation program
Fair is
I Bradford County
I scheduled for Monday Feb. of product to expect. with respects to his timber Three young sisters from time for pay purposes since By
18 at 8 p.m. in the Agriculture The law requires that milk since the late 20's. It has paid Starke have taken advantageof her enlistment on Dec. 11. She

\ e HARDWARE Building in Starke. Please and milk products have "open him dividends. the Air Forces's technical will enter active duty on Feb. Charlotte LunsfordCUSTOM
>2 v\\(1; "I have had a good life off
AND plan to attend so you can keep dates. These "open dates"are training program. Two are on 28 and her first stop will be
4-H'ers informed. also being placed on other the land", Hendricks said, "It active duty already and a basic training at San Antonio's -
Fish-'N'-Stuff GARDEN CENTER your Leaders for 4-H are perishable and semi- wasn't always easy but it has third has joined under the Lackland AFB where TUFTED
Live Bait needed in all perishable foods.Look for it at been a good life. The thing "Delayed Enlistment she will follow her sisters CARPETS
i {'rlckets-Shinnl'rs-Worms A complete line of lIc1w. desperately communities in the County. the top of paper milk cartons, that I hope will happen is that Program" (DEP) through the charm school and
Minnows BENJAMIN! MOORE PAINTS Call if with or near or under the handle on some of the younger people They are the Misses BettyJo other basic training ex Should you consider pur-
Plumbing&Electrical Supp. me you can in help plastic milk containers. You may be able to take some of Mary Lou, and Judy Ann periences. She'll be bound for chasing tufted carpets?
TACKLI-.ltODS-REELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers our programs any way will find it printed on the what I have done and improveon Walker Griffis, daughters of radio operator's school before This depends on your tastes
nSIII G &IIUNTI G Insecticides There are many who young want peoplein to bottom of cottage cheese it, to me this is more important !Mr. and Mrs.\ Dennis W. reporting to her first and on your pocketbook.
Lumber Building!\Ialerta our County join than the awards, Custom-tufted carpets and rugs
LICENSES-AMMUNITION: : need leaders containers. Griffis, Rt. 1, Starke. assignment.The .
but to
ICE Hwy 21 N, 200ydsFrom light 4-H work, with we them Locate and remember to although I greatly appreciatethe Betty Jo enlised last !May 18 are just that custom tufted,
Keystone IIl1ts.: .73-1357 Keystone Heights -173-3663 use "open dating" to be sure honor and the chain saw." and is stationed at Carswell man to contact in the and this is expensive since these

OPEN DATING you are buying fresh productsin AFB, near Ft. Worth, Texasas Starke area for information carpets have to be manually
the supermarket.Call me at a communications center about the Women in the 'Air tufted with a hand machine.
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C Among efforts being madein Walter Prevatt Elected
the interest of consumers in 964-6554 or write to P. O. Box AssociationJ. Specialist, while Mary Lou, Force program and all Air However, custom-tufted
the supermarkets is a recent 267, in Starke if you have ToAngus bound for the same career Force opportunities is Sgt. carpets are beautiful and can be
I Subscribe called further questions.kiIJo field, is attending technical Bob Koch. Call him in made to your design by specialty
To lllllllire Today development open Walter Prevatt, Starke, school atSheppard AFB near Gainesville at 378.5100 or stop custom carpet manufacturers. In

to the lake Region -....*.L#..p..'L!'k ,k 4 ,J has bership been in elected the American to mem- Wichita Falls, Texas. by his office on the second other words, you can have your
Abollt f 1J"tor Judy Ann, as a member of floor of Gainesville's Federal initials, family crest, or whatever
Association at St.
Angus the DEP. has been accruingrI""O"II'IIrj Building. design you wish tufted into a
Monitor I Joseph, !Missouri, announces carpet or rug. Your floor
Advertising Call: i e ,I Lloyd D, Miller, executive r-Mri"rrf rff vrfr_ uuq".#.i._.__',_ covering would certainly be the
1 secretary. envy of the neighborhood.
for all the news c There were 316 mem- Water Softening Carpet is our business. Tell! us
John Miller berships issued to breeders of < array Brotg t > cullur B Iron Removal your needs and price range, and

} call 473-221 registered Aberdeen-Angus in Wafer H.ate>rPump we will show you the right floor
- the United States during the t A covering for home or office.eharlollek.
month. Repair ReplacementFr
964-6305 By past

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AUTO SERVICE Mono l chant .. El im.U ft W.ter AnelytU
On the door of our tenyearold -
, son's bedroom: "Do Not eA
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KEYSTONE ATTENTION, ATTENTION! Faculty Homecoming game Disturb. Gineus at Work." t
Rubber Stamps and collected money the Contributed by Foy Cherry

AUTO SERVICE This Sunday a BikeAThonwill teachers collected to deter- Sign on Audubon Society M. Gorv.y Salt&Service 3003 N E I9TH DRIVE
take place at 1:30: p.m. mine who is King and Queen. office: "Out for a Lark." 944-7209 Stark. .Florida GAINESVILLE I.ORIDA' 3ai'PHONE <
Front End Alignment with everybody meeting at the Thursday the Faculty Roy Doty, Chicago Tribune New York 901 373-9840

Wheel 'lrnrlforrl Florida Bank parking lot. Homecoming game, which News Syndicate
, Speed Balancing involves all students and .....
Starting from the Bank - - -
- - -- -- - - - --
I Air Conditioning Service T /Pgruplla/ everyone will travel 10 milesto teachers in games and activities
e
Strickland's Landing at for the benefit of

I Brake ServlceI.ubrlcallonOil Kingsley Lake, then 10 miles March of Dimes is set. The
back meeting at the parkinglot. Homecoming King and Queen What Kind Of I Home Does

Change{ JOHNSON AUTO If you are under the age of will be crowned.
! 17, be sure to bring a per- Friday is Typing Day for all
, Tune l'p TUNE-UP mission slip. If you are having of the members who will type
General Rl'palrlng- trouble finding a sponsor, then for teachers during a free

I Goodyear: Tires Engines; Rebuilt sponsor yourself. It's only 10 period. rJJ.iJ; .1l He Deserve
I Minor! !Machine Shop Work" cents a mile, which equals $2 !
I Automatic Transmlssioll- if you make all of the 20 miles
I Air Conditioning SEE YA SUNDAY!!! Admission to the Faculty
1 Blk. E.ocr 21 and 1 Bik, Tires Batteries game is 25 cents. Tickets will To Have-
j N.Off 100 blon:Fri. 7:30: ANI-6: PM be on sale In Miss Morris and
KEYSTONE .73-1052 Sat 7:30-IPM Mrs.\ Griffins room. The
1..1KEGENEVit: .73-1117 This week is "National Down Payments
Homecoming is a
Faculty
FBLA Convention Week." Our For His Future
benefit for the March of As Low As'250
FBLA students have really
; REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP had their week planned. Dimes. Each teacher is a
candidate and the one who
I students Beginning had Monday breakfast the FBLA at the collects the most money for How About A

Richard T. Lovorn Nell'sBeauty Holiday Inn for Starke the !March of Dimes (a man
and a woman) will be crowned
Real Estate Broker Style Shop"For helped Businessmen finance because the FBLAtripto they King and Queen. Help supportthe ,' Pleasant EnvironmentOut
!March of Dimes buy a S t
: LAKE PROPERTIES a lovelier Washington last year. ticket!
Tuesday was Service Day for
RESIDENTIAL you" the members. All the mem- In The
...Please
SENIORS
Phone 475.2211Between pay
BUSINESS-ACREAGE bers had to do the typing or
for to
your deposit your trip
filing for any teachers who _
INSURANCE Bahamas before
had work for them. Wed- the '
Keystone llgts.CYliaTeruillegar, 47J-3254 Keystone nesday FBLA members sold tomorrow. Please note that Country.You ?
473-4692! only $37 is due by tomorrow,
Heights{ 7 March of Dimes tickets for the
064-5115 Melrose: but the total price is $H8.25

Edna: Hneppvr 473-4111 Cant
I :Martha Durbin 473-3362 '

. Jim Fox 473-4118 I' Lanell's rc' '" Bible Answers:
f '
( McAfee: 473-4050
k BoutiqueStyles ( : QUESTION: DOESN'T THE BIBLE TELL CHRISTIANSTO Afforditlfyy
S. E. McKAY REALTOR GIVE TO HELP CHRIST'S CAUSE?
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Member of Society of and AccessoriesFor Yes (III Cor 9.6-7)) but the point most miss is that the Bible -ti
Residential Appraisers The Complete also tells us HOW to do this work. As individuals we are given a"4Y W2 YauBuyAMabile
Woman
Serving This Area For the charge of being good stewards (Matt. 18.23-35)), using our
21 Between
i 26 Years llwy. material goods to the best of our ability doing the work of the

:Mrs. :Melballgen: 473-4710 Keystone...732211CONTRACTORS&Melrose Lord.As individuals we are given a great deal of"liberty"as to
:Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-3600 h \what we do with our stewardship. As a congregation we are" Ah
cm
:Mrs.! Joanne Gassett 475-1622 not allowed this liberty. The church has three areas of work: ,
:Mr. Leslie Robinson 473-KU3 (spreading) the gospel (Matt.28:18-201(2): ) ( ) edification (lEph.
HOMES: 11-15): ),and ((3)) benevolence(I Tim. 5)) In doing these words Home
ACREAGE one must follow the pattern found In the New Testament. If
RENTALS one doesn't follow the pattern then he is being rebellious to
Office Phone 473-4816 Triangle "R" Cod disobedient, and out of harmony with God. I From v

The pattern we find !in the New Testament is that each local h 114
Fill Dirt Enterprise, Inc. congregation is to be autonomous (Acts 14:23: ; I Pet. 5:4: ;

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2:25: ; Phil 1:11: ), Itisnof to work throughany. organization larger
Beach Sand Licensed-Insured than the local congregation or any sponsoring church
Featuring arrangement because authority for such arrangements can not JOHN BROWN'SPRICE

Clay FillTractor The Lindal Cedar Homes! be found In the scriptures. Each congregation does have work
473-2110 to do but it Is to do it autonomously (we at Southside help
Work St.Rd.21N. 173-3512: support a man preaching the gospel in Montana,we send our

P.O. Box 857 church support)I.straight to him NOT to any organization or sponsoring MOBILE HOME CENTER

Land Cleared In order to have New Testament
Bell Electric Co. "speak where the Bible speaks and be silent Christianity where the we Bible must is 473-3775 Hwy 21 Keystone Hgts., Fla.
silent
Hank Bruning James W Bell Owner

ClmmucialRl'SllIential SouthaidB Church of Christ Good Selections Ask About Our Also A FewRepossessed
P.O. Box 41 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301

Send questions to: Schedule of Services
Repairs
Phone 473-4761 Electrical Fixtures Casey A. Carlisle, Sunday Of 12x24 Wides Rental Purchase Plan

./Keystone Hgts.473-3602: Minister lOa m. Bible Study
Lake Geneva Rt 3 Box 58
'11 1 a m Worship
Starka Fla 6pm Worship,








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