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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 21, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol.OS STARKE FLORIDA 15 Cents

No. 31 Thursday,February 21,1971 Copy






TG&Y Appreciation$20 a plate Appreciation Dinner time. He For began ConnerA his political Gas Chore

Dinner for Agricultural career as State Represen- Buying Tougher
Commissioner Doyle Conner tative from Bradford County

Opens will be held Thursday,Feb. 28, and served as Speaker of the

at 8 p.m. at the new Hilton House.
Hotel on U.S. 441 South, The Gainesville dinner will
Gainesville. be attended by friends of

Conner in a 14-county area,
TodayT Conner, a native of Brad comprising the Suwannee
ford County, was first elected River valley area. Persons As Supply Tightens Locally
Commissioner in 1960 and has wishing to attend may obtain

G and Y Family Center been reelected to the office in tickets locally from John A.

will open informally today every state election since! that Torode
(Thursday Feb. 21)) at 9 a.m.,
the third of four major stores .... ,. .,.. ... ..- ... .. be Gas a where-you-can-find-it buying is beginning to

in the new Bradford Square chore around Starke and just

Shopping Center. ,. finding a place with fuel can
Occupying 30,000 square Judge PattenResigns be a job in itself as a lot of the
feet, the T G and Y Family I town s stations are closing
Center is the second largest
u because of the gas shortage.In .
store in Bradford Square, with
merchandise ranging from a search Tuesday af
shoe laces to color television Post ternoon only three of 16 ser-
vice stations in Starke were
sets. Major departmentsinclude ,.
fabrics, readytowearclothes ,,' open to sell gas. Hurst's Shell
was and, according to
open
for all age groups,
i
auto accessories, home furnishings Manager Carl Hurst, the

pets, toys... Due To Illness station should make it throughthe
Total value of merchandise rest of the month with gas.
The Eastern station at the
offered the store is
in
estimated half million Circuit Judge George L. According to the procedureof corner of US-301 and SR-100
at r Patten of Starke, who has filling such vacancies, the was selling gas. When asked if
dollars. T G and Y will employ
been hospitalized in Judiciary Nominating they would run out of gas this
50 personnel, both full and k ,
Committee of the
Gainesville December EighthSee
since month Manager Clarence
part-time. The T G and Y ,...
store in Starke is one of the ,: has submitted his resignationas ( Page 5)) Harper said not that he knewof.

largest of the chain in Florida.A i judge of the Eighth Judicial The Eastern Station on SR-
grand opening is plannednext Circuit effective at midnight 16 near Reno also has gas, but
March 31. He has held this
is from
7-11
open only every
Thursday, Feb. 28. A
ribbon cutting is planned at 9 -- position for 22 years. 3 Youths morning, except Sunday.

a.m. with officials of the In a letter to Gov. Reubin Teneco, located on US-301 in
company and the community Askew, Judge Patten said that Starke, has not run out of gas
he is yet and no run out is seen in
from
attending.The suffering a physical
fourth major Bradford },dE II I I condition which will prevent ArrestedOn the near future, according to

Square store, a Winn-Dixie ;: him from discharging his Manager Tony Long.
second month in
This is the
grocery store, is scheduled to judicial duties in the im-
around March 17. ..: mediate future. a row that the energy crisis
open .
has hit Starke but this time it
First store to open in the Judge John J. Crews, of Drug
looks like it is going to be a lot
new shopping center on US-301 Gainesville, chief judge of the
south (Temple Avenue) was district, said yesterday, worse. Most gas buying shouldbe
Stump's Department Store, a "Judge Patten is a sensative done in the morning when
local store moving from A and dedicated jurist. I shall ChargesLAKE gas stations still have gas in
waawMb is
downtown Starke to the US-301 miss his service and advice.As the pumps. Rationing en-

site and doubling its space at soon as health permits, I forced at some stations.
the same time. Stump's shall make use of his learningand BUTLERTwoUnion Ed's Gulf located on US-301
County High School north is of the few stations .
Bradford one ,.
opened Feb. 1 in ability on the Court.
......... students were arrested and a that stayed open on Sundays. \,
Square occupying. 6,000 In his letter to the Governor, 'juvenile detained for Divisionof Now the. station, owned by ,., h,
feet.Starke's
square first Eckerd Drug Judge-Patten' said, "Taia, Youth Services personnel Rogemay Schyeder'is out 6Jio.:1:
action is taken with deep Thursday afternoon after all gas and no more is expecteduntil V)
Store Feb.7 in the new
opened
regret. For 34 years I have three were found to be in l next month. This station
center,feet.occupying 10,000 served the people, first with possession of drugs. rationed its gas at $3 per
square the Florida Railroad and customer.
Union Criminal
The new Winn-Dixie occupy County
s some 40,000 square feet. Public Utilities Commission; Investigator Carl F. Miles Long time service station
and second, for the past 22 said he responded to the high owner Harry Houston says
years, as trial judge of a trial school after the sheriff's that most of the stations may

..' .. court of general jurisdiction.Mine department received a close the way he see it this
RainfallFebruary's ''- has been a challenging complaint from principal month. "I am trying to get by

below normal night two miles south of Maxville US-301. The driver and rewarding career. My James Tylk. and may have 1,000 gallons
The blaze could be seen from Lawtey, about six miles on "
rainfall received a boost escaped unhurt. objective has been to ad- Miles said Tylk told him he per day if I get my delivery.
away,then this gasoline transport truck caught fire Tuesday
Tuesday when thunder- minister justice under the law had several students behaving Sid Shuford, owner of a

showers brought an averageof speedily," fairly, and impartially strangely and believed they Standard Station on US-301
inches of rain to the be south, says he is closing now
1.2 might taking a drug of
county. Gas Truck Becomes Flaming Mass His present illness, Judge some type. before the day is over and can
Only previous rain for the Big Patten wrote, "....suggeststhat "Upon investigating the only sell about 500 gallons of
I from day. "Yeah, I think we
month was reported on remove myself complaint," Miles said, "I gas a
February 6 and 7, when the MAXVILLE Petroleum Telegraph reporter at the caused the fire that saw some Chief Rosinski of Station 31 office so that my successor found a 14 old juvenilethat will all be out of gas by the
county received an average of Carriers Corporation of scene. 4,000 gallons of fuel burn at the led the Jacksonville units, may, in due course, be named had been year selling to at time the end of the month rolls

1.06. The normal 50-year Florida driver, Robert It appeared that Williams road side, said Florida High- while a Navy Chief by the and the business of the,court least two of his fellow studentsSee around."
average for February Is 5.83 Williams, escaped injury had a flat tire and that frictionon way Patrolman A. E. Perritt name of Young helped man a may proceed orderly and Both the small independent
inches, making Bradford when the 8,000 gallon gasolinetank the tire with driving on it of Jacksonville (See Page 5)) expeditiously." ( Page 5)) dealer and a good number of

about 3.5 inches below truck he was driving the major chains stations
average for the month at this caught fire at the intersectionof have felt the weighty crunchof
date. US-301 and SR-218 near short supply and heavy
weather midnight Tuesday demand more than the
The
four-day
forecast, as reported by the The flaming mass blocked Reno Sewers Delayed AgainAs average consumer who can,
aroundto
when shop
Florida Forest Service, traffic in the north and south necessary
buy his fuel. With fuel
predicts a cold front, accompanied bound lanes of US-301 for
prices varying as much as five
by thunder more than an hour while fire
showers, moving through the fighting units from Starke, cents per gallon between
state Thursday night and Lawtey, Jacksonville and stations across the street from
Seeks Land EasementSAPP each other, Mr. Consumer is

Friday. Cecil fought flames.Field the hundred Naval Air foot Station high City around.On without. doubt shopping


Williams, from Jackson- The Reno area sewer derground and would not be Ruckman estimated the Reno on property inside the city letters to the property owners the station the other hand many and of
ville found out the truck project at $70,400 in April, limits. where junk is located. operators
was
system is stalled due to visible, but a Reno landownerhas faced with
fire from oW ()()()for lift The ordinance is essentially Violators of the ordinancewill owners are only
on a passing easement problems with a so far refused to grant the 1973.including$ a of in
motorist who to him station. the same as the county rules be given 30 days to one source supply
yelled landowner who wants to easement free of charge to the
fuel The
and pointed, as a preceding charge the city for placing a city.Installation. Further negotiations are which County Zoning DirectorL. remove the abandoned vehicleor making purchases.
motorist had done. Williams to and the M. Gaines hopes will help junk from their property. station owner or operator has
lift station and pipes underground of the sewer underway try gain
Failure with little choice in a course of
couldn't the fire from his easement for the clean up the area. to comply the
see on his property. system will increase property system so action to be taken when his
cab and had the first that bids for the be regulations could result in a
ignored values in the area, Batterson project can The commission
low and he
gave tanks are running
City consulting engineer fine of up to $500 or 60 days in
signal that something was said. The of the land sought.
Craig Batterson reported that owner authority to City Zoning has been told not to expect an
on the big transport.But will be benefitted :he jail.The
wrong the system plans require a 40 by The commission Chairman Pat Farnsworth for gas superintendent who increase In fuel allocation or a
Williams locked the foot easement and a 60 by 60 system and Batterson hopes unanimously approved an the enforcement of the or- was to arrive on Feb. 18 will definite schedule on delivery.
brakes on the big truck and foot easement for a lift the landowner will change his ordinance written by City dinance. Farnsworth will not be coming says Com- He can go onto a voluntary
got out fast when he heard it station. All pipes and the lift mind and grant an easement. Attorney George Pierce which locate the junked cars with the missioner One Wiggins. The rationing system, either by

Ash Wednesday was on fire, he related to a station would be placed un Consulting engineer Don prohibits abandoned vehicles help of Gaines and write Williston employee apparently limiting the amount of fuel
received a better purchased by each consumeror
OBSERVANCE SETAT offer to stay in Williston, by limiting his hours of
according to a letter receivedby operation or both. Either
ST. MARKS Garment Factory 14 Trial Resumes Todayspokesman Wiggins. method could easily lead the .

average station owner to
FEB.27,730Eastern Mayor Neil Tucker told the

Trial of two Florida State estimated $40,000( damage to for .(lie inmates. During this time two puncture commission that he had become a parnoid is personalitywith
the abuse he not
Prison inmates, part of the the garment factory. TESTIFIES The other inmates intervened, wounds inflicted by the figures showing the fuel costs taking
StarCOVERED Garment Factory 14 riotingcase The state initially presented Testifying Tuesday afternoon demanding to know, "Whereis screwdriver found their target for the past four months had only from customers at the I
was to resume at 9 a.m. the testimony of John Green Supervisor Sapp said he going" and "Who is he in John's back, one of which exceeded last years by pumps, but from the suppliers
DISH today (Thursday Feb. 21) Sapp, supervisor of the gar- that on the day of the riot the going to talk to." struck his spinal cord,causingan $18,500. The months of Oc- as well.
with the state presenting its ment factory who was injured inmates, instead of working, instant paralysis of his left tober, November, Decemberand Take as an example a
SUPPERSA1URCAV eighth prosecution witness and partially when were milling about, John had opened the door leg. January also showed an station in each county faced
and the trial in its fourth day. attacked paralyzed inmates in the congregating together in leading outside to the loading increase in income for the city with more than their fair
NIGHT 7 PW. The trial was recessed at 2 riot. Second by witness was Dr. small groups. At about 11:30: dock. John was surrounded by RIOT PLANNED of $12,000 over last years share of problems, one large,

due to the Wade H. Renn, Neurological a.m., the lunch break, Sapp the black inmates when he Inmate Ronald Thompson receipts for the same time, one small.C. .
Inability reported his and hit from behind by an testifiedWednesday B. Brown operates an a i
of the eighth witness, Surgery Division, Shands concern was witness for the State, Tucker reported. .
Lawtey unidentified to the public, to Teaching Hospital apprehension to the captain of unidentified assailant After morning that the Tucker recommended that Eastern Oil Company station
appear Wednesday afternoon.On Gainesville,who testified as to the guard, he said. falling to the floor from the riot was a planned affair, and the$6,300loss be paid for from located at the corner of SR-16
CITIZENS GROUPTO trial are FSP inmates the extent of Sapp's At 1:30: after lunch, the blow that struck him down was scheduled to occur on the revenue sharing funds, rather and Water Street in Starke.
MEETFEB. Nathaniel Pressley and Third witness was Injuries tension grew. Sapp placed a John regained his balance andsaw previous Friday, April 27. than passing the increase on Brown comes to work each

James E. Edwards, charged Investigator Ronnie Griffis, call to the captain to tell him another inmate coming Thompson further testifiedon to the city customers. No morning, early, but doesn't ,
.26.730: with assault with intent to who introduced 12 that Sapp was expecting some toward him with a direct examination by mention was made of using open his station until 11 a.m.
kind of trouble in the screwdriver in his hand. In a Assistant State Ken By 2 each day his
commit murder and Instigating photographs of the riot scene. garment Attorney some cm --...gi'1 a riot. Charges were factory from the inmates. dazed condition and with his Hebert that inmate Willie C. from the Utility Departmentto hoses have been hanging with
brought against Pressley and Custodial Officers: Tyson and vision impaired John could Holley originated the other city funds. their nozzles turned i
has also been
t (EnmmuniU) Edwards and 12 other FSP Testimony Tauleraon were sent to the not recognize the Inmate with disturbance by striking Sapp downward over rows of
Inmates after an incident in heard from inmate Richard garment factory to in- the screwdriver. Several of with a Judo chop to the throat City Clerk Merrill Edwards off pumps. Brown Is faced
Mate Hank the prison garment factory on Parsons, floor walker 'M the vestigate. the inmates pounced on John, after which Inmate Nathaniel also stated that gasoline with a daily allocation of only .
April 30, 1973 in which garment factory at the tune of Another call was placed by kicking him and hitting him Pressley withdrew a prices to the city had also 500 gallons of fuel and has i

'-is..... ...... UpId..l Supervisor John Green Sapp the riot; Inmate Knnald Sapp to request an interviewby all over, then picking him up screwdriver from his trousers skyrocketed from 21-23 cents Imposed rationing, by limiting .,
Tom D.OOO.. was attacked and injured and Thompson, who recounted the inmates with the bodily, carrying him face and stabbed Sapp in the back, six months ago to a present 37- his customers to a $5 pur- :
__rawN in which burning and events preceding the actual Captain. Inmate Willie C. down toward the central area causing Sapp to fall to the 39 cents.. chase, working shorter hours,

wreckage caused an riot and on the day of the riot. Holley was selected as of the garment factory. (See Page S) (See Page S) (See Page S)
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Reception Given For Casey Home Arts Department Of Woman's


Becky Payne, BrideelectA Scene Of 25thAnniversary Club Presents ProgramThe

reception honoring Miss Mrs. Canova greeted guests ,r Arts Department of the school system. Both) flags

Becky Payne, whose and presented them to Miss I r Woman's Club of Starke, with have been flown over the state
marriage to Carl Page will be Payne, her mother, Mrs. M. ; Mrs. A. J. Barry, chairman, capitol.
an event of February 23, was A. Payne, Sr., and Mrs. The home of Mr.and Mrs. T. and Mrs. R. A. Green, cochairman Mrs. C. A. Knight has been
held Thursday night at the Richard Page, mother of the aln L. Casey Jr. on Bessent Road and their committee appointed by the governor to
home of Mrs. A. Russell prospective bridegroom. Mrs. ; was the setting for the 25th were hostesses at the have charge of the Bicentennial
Norman. Other hostesses with Hurst and Mrs. Hardy invited wedding anniversary party luncheonmeetingof activities in this
Mrs. Norman were Mrs. L. A. guests into the Florida room given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. February Wednesday of community. Mrs. Paul Brown
Canova, Mrs. J. H. DuPre, where refreshments were J. W. Thomas, Sr. of Live Oak last the week.club on will represent the Woman's
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr., Mrs. W. served from a table covered by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Valentine motif was Club.
S. Haas, Mrs. J. E. Hardy and with a white linen and lace !c,i Thomas, Jr. of Lakeland on carried The out in decorating. The Members were invited to
Mrs. Carl Hurst. cloth, centered with an Sunday, Feb. 17. table was covered attend and enter their handicrafts
speaker's
arrangement of pink and : Potted yellow mums and with a white cloth and centered in the District Four
Mary Anne Miller white azaleas in a silver[ -tr'dr r permanent floral used in with an arrangement of Arts Festival in Lake City on
arrangements were
epergne, flanked by silver the red and white carnations. February 21. Mrs. Barry
Celebrates 11th candelabra holding tall pink party rooms. The refreshment Members and guests were offered to transport crafts and
table covered with
tapers. Mrs. Haas and Mrs. was a also to provide transporationfor
lace cloth and centered with seated at individual tables and
DuPre served the guests Linda Weds of and each place setting was a number of members.
Birthday SaturdayMary Buckley an arrangement yellow
punch, sweets, and other and candles. A marked by a small Valentineand Following the meeting,
Kaufmann Coule party delicacies. Roses, green mums heart-shaped piece of members and guests enjoyed
Anne Miller Steve Thomas In First BaptistMr. pale yellow and green cake a
azaleas and damellias were with red yard to viewing the arts and crafts on
at end of the needlepoint
was placed one )
celebrated her eleventh birth.
used in the party rooms display in the sunroom.
Engagement Told day Saturday, February 16, at Miss Payne was presentedwith and Mrs. Gary T. best man. table and the punch bowl at be worked by the recipient.
a luncheon for ten guests cookbooks Buckley announce the The bride chose for her the other end. Assisting in Centerpieces for the tables
two as a
Mr. and Mrs. George given by her mother, Mrs. memento of the occasion. marriage of their daughter, wedding a red and white print serving were Kathy Casey and were Valentine arrangementsof .
Kaufmann of Keystone John Miller at their home on Those in the receiving line Linda, to Steve Thomas,son of knit dress with red and white Debbie Andrews. red tulle and cups containing Kathleen Griffis
Heights announce the Blanding Street. were presented with pink and William L. Thomas and the accessories. She carried a Mrs. Thomas, Sr. and candy. The stage was
engagement and approaching The luncheon table was white chrysanthemum cor- late Mrs. Thomas.Rev. bouquet of red and white mother) >Mrs.< W. F. Moore, centered with an arrangementof Gary MillsapEngagement
marriage of their daughter, centered with an arrangementof sages. Ben Bryant performedthe carnations, daisies and baby's were presented with corsages. white flowers on a pedestal.Mrs. .

Janet Ruth, to Bradley Coule, pink azaleas in a crystaland Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. double-ring, candlelight breath. Guests called between the Green presented Mrs. Told
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick silver bowl. Floral place Kate Sheppard. Mrs. W. H. ceremony Thursday night at A small reception was heldat hours two and six o'clock. Johnny Barrett and Mrs.
Coule of Miami. cards marked the seating Hart, Mrs. John C. Greene, 7:30: in the First Baptist the Buckley home followingthe James Stroud who sang

The wedding will be arrangement. Mrs.Jams V Crosby and Mrs. Church in the presence of the ceremony.The Dinner Party For several ballads, accompaniedby Announcement is made of
solemnized on March 30 in The Records and games were W. B. Mundy assisted the immediate families and close bride's table was Don Hardy on the guitar. the engagement of Mrs
the
Garden Of Our Lord, of St. enjoyed by the girls during the hostesses in serving.Approximately friends. covered with a white lace Mr. And Mrs. Mrs.invocation Lester and Crews the devotional.Mrs. gave Kathleen Griffis, daughter of
cloth and centered
James Lutheran's Church in afternoon and Centering the altar was a by a three-
they were given 13S guests Mrs. Rose Bates of La"tey.and .
Sherrod Hamilton
Coral Gables. favors of miniature boxes of were invited to call during the pedestal arrangment of white tiered wedding cake topped by GlenThomas the late Walter
Miss Kaufmann is a 1970 candy. appointed hours. and red gladioli, pompomsand wedding bells. Assisting in presided ever the business J. Koby. to S-Sgt. GaryV.
graduate of Keystone Heights Joining the guests for( cake baby's breath flanked by serving cake and punch were meeting. All members were of Air
Millsap Blythcville
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomasof to contact their
branched candelabra with Mrs. Bill Harold and Mrs. urged
school and
high was employedas and ice cream were Mary Force Base, Arkansas.Mrs. .
celebrated their Senators regarding the
a secretary of UF until she Anne's grandfather, E. L. Mr. and Mrs R. E. Firth white tapers. Charles Albert of Jackson. Hampton Griffis is a 1970
moved to Miami last March. Matthews, her great aunt spent Thursday to Sunday in Ray Norman, pianist, ville, Mrs. Bobby Pearson and 25th wedding anniversary on Reform Budget Bill. Members the graduate of BUS and is at
with have been asked by
Mrs. Nita Richardson of February 14 a surprise
Miss Madge Middleton, her Corpus Christi!, Texas visiting presented a program of tending Santa Fe Junior
Florida Federation to display
Raiford and Mrs. Harvey dinner party on February 16.
music.
Mrs. Bob and their nuptial
aunts, Ferguson son Ensign Barry E.
College.
Misses Anne Haynes, Cindy Mrs. Verl Bert and cousins, Firth, and attended the Miss Martha Buckley at Smith of Starke. The guests included their the American flag on all Wedding plans Mill be announced
voted
Mitchell and Debbie Spenglerof Julie and Aimee Ferguson. ceremony where Barry tended her sister as maid of) The couple is residing at 525 daughters, Judy and Katie, special days. The club to at later date.ATTENTION .
Mr.and Mrs. L. L. Melton and donate two flags to the local a
W. Madison Street.
North Florida Junior Mary Anne's grandmother, received his Navy pilot wings. honor and Randall McGee was
Otis Mrs. Jane Jones
College were home for the assistedin Mary
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Barry arrived home Wednesday Ititit ti
weekend. and Steve Varnum, Mr. and
serving. on three weeks leave.
Janice Parsons Weds Mrs. C. W. Melton and family,
Mr.and Mrs. I F. McConaghyand

Mr. Harris In GainesvilleMiss Floyd, all of Hampton; BRADFORD SENIORSTHE
Mr.and Mrs.[ L, T. Melton and
ALONE Janice Florence tendants. Miss Nancy Parsonsof Celeste of Raiford Mrs. Joyce

Parsons of St. Petersburg, Hollywood, the bride's Hagan and Diane of Waldo, DEADLINE FOR YOUR DEPOSIT ON THE
daughter of Rev. and Mrs P. cousin, kept the bride's book. Mrs. Jettie McRae of Tampa
H. Parsons of Starke, and Mrs. Ralph Renn of Mrs. Dolly Manning of
LUXURY QUILT TOP Robert William Harris, son of Hollywood, the bride's aunt, Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Steamship Flavia
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Harris, cut the wedding cake. Eunice of Graham, and Mrs.
Jr. of St. Petersburg were Assisting in serving were Addie McConaghy of Max- HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO
united in marriage Saturday, Misses Judy Parsons and ville.GiddensPayne.
February 16, at 2 p.m. in Cindy Parsons of Hollywood, March 1st
SAVE $40 SET Grace Presbyterian Church, the bride's cousins.
Gainesville. Rev. E. R. Muddof Following a wedding trip to
Jacksonville and the bride's St. Simons Island, Ga. the WE WILL HAVE A FILM TO SHOW YOU ABOUT

R'c father Rev. P. H. Parsons, couple is residing at 2171 57th Wedding Feb. 23 THE CRUISE ON FEB. 25TH 1974
n mi performed the nuptials. Ave. S., No. 2113, St. Peter.
The Communion table at the sburg. Becky Lou Payne, daughterof
altar held a low arrangementof The bride is a 1972 graduateof Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne, FOR INFORMATION
LIMITED' TIMEINNERSPRING white mums, gladioli and BUS and is employed by Sr. and Carl Giddens, son of
baby's breath; two floor Joseph Chambers, attorney, Mr and Mrs. Richard Page of CONCERNING THIS, CONTACT
baskets held white mums, in St. Petersburg.The Highland, will be united in
gladioli and ruby red baby's groom graduated from marriage Saturday, February
or breath. Potted tropical Howey Academy, Howey-in- 23, at 7:30: p.m. in the First MARK HODGESOR
crotons decorated the the-Hills Andrews Junior
; Baptist Church, Starke, with a
FOAM RUBBER chancel. College, Cuthbert, Ga. and reception following in the TOWN FINANCE CO.
Berl Winters of Gainesville, attended the University of church Fellowship Hall.
organist, presented a Florida. He is employed at a All friends and relatives are
Luxurious Medallion program of nuptial music. bank [in St. Petersburg. invited to attend. 964.7449
Mr. Harris attended his son
Puff Quilted to Foam as best man. Ushers were
Paul Parsons of Starke, the
Regular bride's brother, Martin McDermott -
and Steve Canningof

T Mrs.St. Petersburg.William G. Howard of

5995Each Jacksonville served as 'f' 'RACk of
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-mot matron of honor. She wore a .,.... .
.: ruby red velvet gown with A- "
line silhouette and empire "

,,, 'A' : '' Twin size mattress or matching box spring bodice. A short, bolero jacket 'Y,4 1.J'
with long, fitted sleeves :
Full size 69.95 each piece was
trimmed in pale pink crepe 1 D12rSSES
cuffs and pale pink butterfly .
r collar. She carried two pink 'i
-F 1 Super King Size roses. "

259.95 Set Miss Carol Renn of
Hollywood, cousin of the O
$ f
Queen Size 189.95 Set bride, and Mrs.Allen Moore of >

Gainesville were attendants. 10 HOW

They honor were attendant gowned and like each the ])

carried a single pink rose.
Elegant Decorator The bride, escorted to the

Print Cover altar by her father, wore a
white maracaine Jersey gown

,,, Puff Quilted to Foam featuring a high neckline,
empire bodice and long fitted
sleeves, trimmed with pearls
and crystal beading. A chapel

:. 89.95 length train highlighted the
6995Each gown. She carried three deep
red roses. Her white fingertip
tulle veil gathered into a white
lace floral crown with bead ,
and pearl trimming.
+ ,.. :- Twin size mattress or matching! box spring A reception was held in the +/ /
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Z ,f .. Full size 79 95 each piece church Fellowship Hall. ICI
Camellias and ivy decoratedthe
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Standing in the receiving
Queen Size 219.95 Set
line were the bride and groom,
their parents and bridal at-
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Birthday Party ONE* G-R0U OF


Marcia Watterson ,
Malone's revolutionary SILENT SEAL Box Spring celebrated her seventh bir- 'v

triple coated with Space Age Sealant. NEVER RUSTS, thday Saturday afternoonfrom 3 s esLE
three to five o'clock
SQUEAKS OR RATTLES!
when her mother, Mrs.
Ae ow ..rrnun Freddie Watterson gave a

["" II I. .irnr.n Makers of the famous REGAL mattress party The for Valentine her and motif 20 friends.was _

carried out in the party

decorations. The refreshment p rced o zo ,ix'X
table was covered with a
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aurrtte" Denmark Furniture Co. o StarkeBO with a permanent floral 0

\\ arrangement.
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The children enjoyed games
with prizes and i '
were given
party favors. r ...

Assisting in serving
were
Mrs. Buford Mitchell, Mrs. WE ACCEPT fVtt5TES Ct IAKG AND H AMFRIGARp ;

434 W. CALL ST PHONE 984-3827 STARKE FLORIDA Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. Owen a n.
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Beta Sigma Phi Gives Reception Given For r!


Valentine Queen LuncheonMrs. Joyce Denmark, Mr. SandersonMiss

Phillip Clark 1974 carry out the Valentine
Valentine Queen,was honoredat theme. A heart-shaped cake Joyce Denmark and were invited to the patio by
her fiance, Marlie Sanderson Mr. and Mrs.
Johns
a luncheon given by Beta was furnished by Mrs. Harold Randy ,
Sigma Phi sorority, Thursday, Davis for the occasion.In were honored at a receptionon SteveDenmark, brother of the
Feb. 14, at the Garden Saturday evening given by bride-elect, David Silcox, H.
Restaurant. the ceremonies af Mrs. Charles Darby, Mr. and M. Hatcher, III, and Mrs.\
Twelve members were terwards, Mrs. Wayne Wynn, Mrs. Randy Johns, Mr. and Charles Darby.
present for the lunch and the 1973 Queen, crowned the new a Mrs. Vernon Silcox, and Col. Pouring punch from a silver
ceremony held afterwards. queen and presented her witha and Mrs.H.M. Hatcher,Jr. at punch bowl on the patio were
Former queens were seated at bouquet of carnations as the home of the latter on East Miss Evelyn Sinclair, Sandi
the head table. Red and white Mrs. C. W. Slade read from Call Street. Register, Susan Sanderson,
decorations were used to the Book of Beta Sigma Phi. and Mrs. J. E. Denmark, aunt
Greeting guests at the door of the bride-elect.
0 were Col. and Mrs. Hatcher Misses Elise Johns and
Local Chapter Of UDC who presented them to Miss Brenda Roberts assited the
{y Denmark and Mr. Sanderson. guests in the family room and
Hosts District MeetingMembers 'tY I Inviting guests to the dining patio. Others assisting in
I room were Mrs. E. L. Matthews serving were Mrs. George
of W. T. Weeks the presidents.A and Mrs. T. H. Slade. Roberts, Sr., Mrs. L. N.
Chapter, U. D. C., were delicious lunch was The refreshment table was Pickering, and Mrs Carl
hostesses to State Officers and served by members of the covered with an imported lace Hurst.
members of District Two on Woman's Club of Starke. Mrs.R. and embroidered linen cloth Arrangements of white and
Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the A. Green gave the In- Jy r centered with an arrangementof pink azaleas were used
Woman's Club of Starke with vocation. /J daisies, baby's breath and throughout the party rooms.
85 members present. Mrs. F. O. Aspinwall of Japanese iris lilies, and The honor guests were
Mrs. H L. Speer, Mrs. G. J, Ocala, General Division burning blue tapers in silver presented with a corsage anda
McGriff, Sr., Miss Madge Recorder of Crosses of candelabra. Pouring coffee boutonniere respectivelyupon
Middleton,Mrs. Elzie Sanders Military Service, gave her were Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and their arrival, and the
and Mrs. James Stroud report. Mrs. Lonnie A. Mc- Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Serving at hosts and hostesses presented
registered guests on arrival. Call Chaplain Martha Reid the silver chafing dish were them with the meat platter to
Mrs. George Roberts, Sr. kept Chapter, gave a memorial [ Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. their chosen china pattern.
the guest book. report for deceased members.The .. ---- Randy Johns and Mrs. 11. M. Two hundred guests were
Mrs. Lester Crews, nominating committee Hatcher, Ill.Invitingguests. invited to call between the
president of W. T. Weeks report was given by Mrs. W. Judy Lucille Stewart Weds to the family hours of eight and ten o"clock.
Chapter welcomed the guests F. Howard.An room were Mr. and Mrs. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. A
at the beginning of the invitation was extenedfor Michael Dale Curtis Feb. 9 Silcox,who presented them to Peggy Cooper, former college
meeting at 9:30: a.m. Mrs. H. the 1975 district meeting to coup rents of the honored roommate of Miss Denmark,
W. Thornton of Jacksonville, be held in Jacksonville with Mr and Mrs. S. G. Mrs. N. K. Hurst of In-
past director, introduced Mrs. the Elizabeth Gaines Chapteras Judy Lucille Stewart, secured to a headpiece Denmark, and Mr. and Mrs. dianapolis, Ind., and Mrs.
David B. Lancaster, host. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. covered with lace and Marlle Sanderson. The guests Sarah Barton of Atlanta, Ga. Proclamation !
president. Mrs. Lancaster Other committees servingwere Floyd Stewart, and Michael decorated with sequins and
presided over a work shop Mrs. Guy Sale, Page; Dale Curtis, son of Mr. and seed pearls. She carried a Kitchen Shower Slade Home
until 11:30: a.m. Highlights of and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Donald Curtis, were cascade of miniature white
each chapter were given by Protocol. united in marriage on carnations and white
.. .. Saturday, Feb. 9, at 7:30: p.m. sweetheart roses with white ForMiss DenmarkMrs. Clean OK Used Cars
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----------- -- -- -- in Bethel Baptist Church, satin streamers.A .
Clyde B. Terwillegar, were centered with small
Starke. Rev. R. L. Lee Sr.

1Jllll1 1 lmD ? the performed bride's the nuptials.grandfather, ,, church reception Fellowship was Hall held where in the Jr.honored and Miss Mrs.Joyce T. H.Denmark Slade rolling arrangements.pins holding miniature They Have Got To Go!

Highlighting the altar were baskets of blue iris and yellow with a kitchen shower and Following lunch the bride-
baskets of blue iris, yellow daisies and white gladioliwere luncheon at 12:30: p.m. elect opened her gifts assistedby
daisies and white placed at points of in- Saturday at the Slade home on Miss Evelyn Sinclair of
galdioli East Call Street.Arrangements. Orlando who will be maid of
Save Like Never Before
against and a spiral background candelabraswith of arched terest.Mrs.Charles Darby greeted honor in the forthcoming

[ ( a ([IJE: Lawrence burning Griffis tapers. attendedhis guests presented at them the door to and the flowers were used in of the spring party March Denmark-Sanderson 17.Outof.town. wedding, 1973 CHEVROLET

rooms. included IMPALA COUPE
guests
nephew as best man and receiving line composed of the
the ushers were Michael bride and groom, their The kitchen theme was : Mrs. Joe Thomas of 14,000 miles one owner, Clean and
and bridal attendants.Miss carried out in a corsage for Crescent City, Mrs. Franklyn Sha
Stewart and Tommy Lee. parents rp.
0 l11[ ] Lavon Collins, pianist, and June Jarvis kept the Miss Denmark, made of Weisgerber of Keystone 3195-
Ii Ricky Lee, soloist, presented bride's book. miniature fruits and Heights, Mrs. Peggy Cooperand
a of nuptial The bride's' table was vegetables. The arrangementfor Miss Evelyn Sinclair of
I Miss program Teresa Herndan music.attended centered with a seven-tiered the honoree's table was a Orlando, Mrs. Odessa Mit- CHEVROLETCHEVELLE
conversation piece made witha chell of Gainesville, Mrs N.
Small Rngels I I wearing as a royal maid l blue of honor velvet, wedding yellow roses cake decorated and rosebuds with, large antique dough tray K. Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind. 4 door, extra clean car with air con-

gown with empire waistline, and topped with a miniature filled with fruits and and Mrs. Charles Sawyer of ditioning, automatic transmission,
3 FOR $1.00Setta' trimmed with silver sequins.She bride and groom. Joyce Allen vegetables with useful kitchen Jacksonville. power steering & brakes.
utensils, which were later Assisting in serving were
and Griffis Cut the
wore a pill box hat with Cheryl
to Miss Denmark. Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs. John
given Save $2895001973CHEVROLET
light blue trim,decorated with cake.
$1.00
EA. Four other dining tables Allen, IV of Gainesville.
sequins. She carried a bouquetof
yellow carnations and The punch table was
Marble Mollies baby's breath with yellow covered with a white organdy Valentine Day Banquets PICKUPTRUCK +
satin streamers. cloth edged with lace, and ,., ,
Lf 4 FOR $1.00 Misses Julie Griffis and Sue held two punch bowls encircled Given At 1 1st Baptist V8 standard shiftlong wheel base. :i i"I
,,
Sanders served as with while daisies and -
Mined Swords I bridesmaids in gowns idential greenery. Adults of the First Baptist from the BCM, Rick Kap- $269500
I to that of the honor attendantand Assisting in serving were Church enjoyed their annual pleman and John Ingram,
$1.00 also carried bouquets of Ann Durrance, Lorine Sanders Valentine banquet on Monday presented a program of songs 1972
3 FOR PONTIAC
yellow carnations and baby's Marilyn Koehler, evening, February 11, in the and accompanied themselveson WAGON LEMANS
Blue Moons breath with yellow satin Bernice Baldree, Laura Fellowship Hall. the guitar. Power steering, power brakes, V8
streamers. Chilson, Betty Lee and Inez The hall was decorated in Highlight of the evening was engine, automatic transmission & air
4 FOR ..S1.0CXGolden Given in marriage by her Kappellen.The the Valentine theme using the crowning of the King and conditioning.Clean .
father, the bride wore a couple went on a hearts and flowers. The AdultB. Queen which was done by little and
bouffant silhouette gown of wedding trip to South Florida Sunday School departmentwas secret ballot. Steve Griffis wagon priced right.
Chantilly type lace, with high and Disney World. in charge of this portion of was the King and Kim Tenlywas $219500
neckline, long sleeves, and The bride will reside in the banquet. the Queen. They were
tiered skirt with long train Starke until after April when Following the dinner, a time* crowned by last year's Queen,
trimmed with sequins and she will join her husband in of fellowship was enjoyed. At Laura Kay Thomas, and King, 1971 CHEVROLET EL CAMINO
seed pearls. Her waist length Virginia where he is stationed the conclusion, a brief Jimmy Prevatt. Paul Carter Power
veil with lace edging was with the Navy. devotion was given by the was in charge of the voting. steering, power brakes, radio &
Hamsters pastor, Rev. Ben Bryant. Those who prepared and heater, air conditioning, only 25,000
served the meal were Mrs. E. miles.
PeeWee Nursery ---- D. Tenly Jr., Mrs. Ermie Extra clean one owner. ,
LOO-A. BIRTHSMr. Jones, Mrs. William George, $
Valentine PartyThe The youth of the First Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. $2495
Baptist Church were honored Gregory Alvarez and Mrs.
Pee Wee nursery held a with a Youth Valentine Robert Milner. Mrs. Bobby 1974 CHEVY 1/2 TON
and Mrs. Anthony B. Taylor was in charge of
Valentine ;
party Thursday, banquet on Tuesday eveningof
WHITE & COLORED MICE February 14, with the Beattie of Jacksonville an- last week, using the theme, decorations and Mrs. J. T Super Cheyenne Fully Loaded. TriColor
youngsters exchanging nounce the birth of a son, "The Energy Crisis. Prevatt was in charge of Paint Blue and White. Only 2,200
2 FOR $1.00WE Valentines and enjoying Barry Anthony, on Feb. 5 in In keeping with the theme, games. William George led in Miles. Save on This One.
refreshments.The Memorial Hospital the tables were covered with a group song and closed with
children also celebratedthe Jacksonville. Maternal white clothes and decorated prayer.Seventyfive. $449500
NOW HAVE TEDDY BEAR birthdays of Ritchie grandparents are Mr. and with crystal candle holders young people
Landry, Dori Davis, Wayne Mrs. Robert E. Firth of with red candles and pink enjoyed the occasion.
HAMSTERS Patrick, Jenny, Jason and Starke. azaleas. Streamers from the
Jody Brown. center of the room in red and OES Notice 1970 CHEVY 3/4 TON
AssistingIrs.! Gary Mr. and !Mrs Emory !M. white held a honeycomb cupid V-8 4 Wheel Drive Pickup. Sound
Hildebran in serving refresh Prevail Jr. of Starke announce and streamers of red and Starke Chapter 224, Eastern Condition.
ments were Mrs. Lewis Chaff, the birth of a son, white crepe paper were usedto
Star will have
STARKE a covered dish
IIf McRae and Mrs. throne for the and
Dewayne Feb. :3 in Alachua General King p.m. in the Masonic Hall All
Marvin Brown. Hospital. Grandparents are Queen. The candles offeredthe
212 E. CALL ST Masons and their families are
964-7929 BY THE RAILROAD TRACKS Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Prevatt only light in order to invited to attend. 1971 CHEVY 1/2 TON PICKUP
Mrs. Helen Genereux of Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. conserve on energy.
KATHLEEN & HARRY,COLLIER OWNERS Springfield, Mass. is spending Woods all of Starke. Donnie Neel served as Red and White. Full Power and Air
Master of Ceremonies for the Conditioning. Runs Good. LooklllOnly! !
aaaaa two
l aJ JJaDaaa=a aaaaaaQaQQaaaaaaaaaaa weeks with !Mr. and Mrs.
Ed-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Robert Green. Ilammontl60thFriends occasion. Guest speaker was
.. .... _. _. Otto Spengler Director of wards, Sr. were in Fern Park $179500
---- ------ -----
----------------------------- moo ---- over the weekend visiting
and relatives Baptist Campus Ministries at
gathered at the Bertha the University of Florida. Two their son-in-law and daughter,
DUE TO NUMEROUS
REQUEST Mr. and Mrs. John Pare.
Thompson home on Adkins young men with Mr. Spengler 1969 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER
Street Sunday afternoon for a Clean as a pin Very good shape no
for .. .. .j
sunrise birthday party more lost weekends.
Hammond of N. I

TheBradford years Cherry old.Songs Street. who was 60 Come LearnAt $99500

and music was furnished I 1969 GMC

Co. TelegraphWILL Frank Staton.by Joe Home Reynolds movies and The Short wheel base V8 engine good tires

were taken by Margaret Runs real strong.

Fowler. s 995
Approximately 30 guests
enjoyed the occasion.
1966 MUSTANG
SELL ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO
V8 standard shift
KNIT runs good, looks a
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell little Bad.
APPEARING IN THE PAPER Norman spent last Friday and CROCHET $39500
Saturday at their home on
Crescent Lake. near Pamona CREWEL 1965 FORD LTD
Park. EMBROIDERY V8 automatic transmission con-


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layaway "layaway f > tfOOO WAY -TO SEE .
Ah "fiUFOfe "J TOPAV.S: ARMY"
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family ceiater THE ARMv.S NIWrwo ysAB
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howardof TRAINING, Oil TRAUl1. INLISTutN! ,
Christoffers-Murrhee :
GUARANTIES: ENLI'T6fy'rNEIR,
Jacksonville were Sunday CHOICE Of &KHL' 1KAIhllN1' '' .
Announced visitors ofIr.. and Mrs. .;Ill: A /MINIMUM' ''/ Iw-MONT"
Engagement Merrill Edwards. As51JI1ENT/ EUROPE'r
_

Montreal-Anderson Junior Mr. and Mrs. William -' : _

f College in Montreat, North Spengler of St. Augustinewere ,., -- -
"U-- -
Carolina.Mr. Sunday dinner guests of -
,d,
PA Murrhee graduatedfrom LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spengler.Mr. ( (

the Keystone Heights _
High School and attended and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell + __
'
visited Mrs. Esma Yongue in of
Gordon Military Academy in Fairfield Sunday.Mr. :r I II I
Barnesville. Ga. and Santa Fe I

Junior College in Gainesville.Mrs. and Mrs. T. K. McClaneof T
Gainesville were weekend 4+ :, VI :
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy '. Il p.1 t lards(

; J. M. Vickers of Sale at Kingsley Lake.

Brunswick: Ga. was Wed- CO?
nesday to Friday guest last Mrs. Vergie Flynn has
week of Dr. and Mrs H. H. returned after a week in the
Adams. Jacksonville NAS Hospital. GREAT SINGING!!!


Mrs. Verda Johns, Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken BIBLECENTERED
Mrs. Sadie and family, Mr. and Mrs. PREACHING!!!
'i. and Mrs Wayne K. Barer and Mrs. Harold Donald Hardenbrook, Mrs.

.laen of Keystone Heightstake Alvarez and daughter, Lisa, Nelson Green, and Miss Beth ,I r I fl br Hear these Bible messages
pleasure in announcingthe spent the weekend with Mrs. Wimberly visited Mr. and n Lr "v1 I r 6I This Sunday:
engagement of their Dicie Peterson and daughter, Mrs. Nick Crosby and familyin 4
daughter. Linda Gail Mrs. l\1abell\1axwell. Hawthorne Sunday. ll:00a.m.:
"A Word From BE'yond"Luke
Christoffers, to Michael
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews, Gray Flynn and Brad 16:19-31
Murrhee of Mr.
Jennings son
Mrs. David Montgomery and
Carter of the University of
and Mrs. O. Jennings and Mrs. R. G. Patersonand 7:30
Mr. p.m.
h'IAI"N
South Florida were home for I'
r'I '
Murrhee Jr. also of I ilea IyI1 r, :IErrit '
Keystone son, Larry, attended the the weekend. w x "This Business of Belonging"
Heights.The Parsons-Harris wedding in n Romans 1:7

wedding date has been Gainesville Saturday af Miss Evelyn Sinclair of -- -.....---.-' .--. .- ,., MISSIONS
set for April 20 in the Com ternoon. Orlando spent the weekend WORLD
niunit>. Church in Keystone with her mother, Mrs. Clyde These 24 employees are greeting customers at the newly Fearlie Jefferson, Marilyn Thornton. Lola II. Moorhead CONFERENCEFeb.28larch
I Heights Mrs. Sarah Barton of Sinclair. She was accompanied opened T G and Y Family Center in Bradford Square. Theyare Wanda Rhoden, Millie O'Steen. ::1
:Miss Christoffers attended Atlanta, Ga. is visiting her by Mrs. Peggy (l-r):
school at St. Johns son-in-law and daughter. Col. Cooper of Orlando who was First row: !Marcia Georgi Mary Parks Wana Crawford, Third row: Eddie Gardner Joanne Fill Barb Fetrons. 5 Services: with 5 different
high and Mrs H. M. Hatcher Jr.. guest of Miss Joyce Denmark.Mr. Polly Sobzack Eva Carter, Rosa Williams Carole Hall. Betty Hazen, Bill Scott Betty Ratcliffe Bettye Roller R. M. Missionaries from around
(ountrv Day School in Orange for several weeks. Second row: Glenda Green, !Margie Dukes. Dotty Lee, Settles Mgr. D. Fletcher Mat Mgr. the world.
Park and graduated from and Mrs. Robert Tannerof

"' ,'.. '"Mi' Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Fake Insurance ID Cards Join the happy hundreds
i >V'r'* Charles Fields of Jacksonvillewere i who express their joy in Chris
:.%. Sunday visitors of Mrs.J. Used In Auto ChecksFake DeWitt C. Jones i each week at the
H. Fields. i First Baptist Church.
WHO HAS HEARD FROM insurance iden- The Commissioner warned i

THE GOOD TOOTH FAIRY? Mr and Mrs J. R. Weldon tification cards are being;{ used motorists not to be trappedinto Funeral Home i "The Church with Heart
and family of Jacksonville when motorists have their using these fake ID'S InthelleartofStarke"Phone
spent the weekend with Mrs. automobiles inspected, states because it could lead to the
964-62OO
T Gladys Weldon State Treasurer Insurance loss of their driver's license, STARKE PHONE 964-6562
What is the going "rate" these days for Commissioner Tom O'Malley. auto tags and may subject RENTAL For Free Transportation
the "rood tooth fairy" to leave under the Mrs. J. C. Wallace of Under a new law which went them to a first degree mis- HOSPITAL BEDS.WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS
pillow for a baby tooth? Nobody seems to havea I Jacksonville is visiting Mrs.H. into effect January 1, all demeanor charge which a CRUTCHES Ben P Bryant
definite answer to this question. We have!
and M. Richarde from Tuesdayto owners of Florida registered carries with it a possible HEIGHTS Pastor
heard as high as a dollar for a first tooth KEYSTONE
cars must show proof of in- sentence of fine
Thursday. a $1,000 or one
down to as low as a nickel for a third or
William
fourth. surance before an inspection year in jail. PHONE 473-3176 George
Minuter of Music
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb sticker is issued.
A While we are not sure of the worth of A spent the weekend with their ------------- --- -
that old tooth we do know that the new permanent son-in-law and daughter, Mr. -
I tooth Is really priceless and should be and Mrs. John C. Greer, in
treated accordingly. It has to last an ever .
Bradenton.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Thomure
increasing lifetime. We productsthat
carry many returned to their home in St.
dentist recommends for rood dental
your R. P. McLendon is Genevieve, Mo. Monday after
care.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim spending ten days with Mr.
McLendon and family in and Mrs. M. C. Wells. They all
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
Blowing Rock, N. C. for visited Disney World over the
when you need a delivery. We will deliver
several weeks. weekend.
promptly without extra charge. A great many
. people rely on us for their health needs. We
welcome requests for delivery service and charge Dr. and Mrs. Barney Local admittances to .c "J
accounts. McRae, Jr. and sons of Lake Bradford County Hospital this
City visited Mr. and Mrs. week include: Sebe Harris.
964-6757 McRae Sr. and family on Mrs. Edna Crawford Mrs.
SaturdayMrs. Beatrice Godwin, Sidney F. t
Griffis, Jr., Linda Griffis .
KOCH'S DRUGS O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. Mrs. Gwendolyn Griffis
W. Kincaid spent last Melissa Allen and Edward
Tuesday to Thursday with Mr. Cole, Starke; W. P. Wilson
W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.
,Z166 and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe in and Ralph Tillis Keystone
Tampa and were guests of Mr. Heights; Pamela Melton
and Mrs. James Hoppe at the Hampton; and Leslie T.
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Gas Scarce At End Of Month. Reno Sewers. Trial Resumes ...............A.................,.......................................................... 1

(From Page 1) (From Page 1)) (From Page 1))

and closing every Sunday. It fuel prices and short supplies. Former long-time city superintendent, had asked the floor where he was attacked factory. Tools, machinery, disturbance in the Garment high number of persons who I
hasn't helped."The From a poll of the seven of employee Bob Patterson city to install a traffic light at by an unknown number of the equipment, clothing and raw Factory of the Florida State are male members of the
rationing is company nine stations left in business in asked the city why his gas rate US-301 and Washington St. black inmates. materials were wrecked and Prison that occurred on white race," Green said !ftt
policy at this time," Brown Lake Butler the current had been increased by 89 next to the county school After regaining his balance ruined, and to help make the Monday, April 30, 1973. that time.
said. "I get allocated 500 average fuel price for regularfuel percent while other city gas administrative offices.A Sapp, and in an attempt to destruction complete, fires Trials of the Garment "The black citizen and the
gallons a day and when that is is just short of 49 cents per customers had been raised letter from DOT was read, make his escape, inmate were set to finish the job.A Factory 14 were originally female citizen have been
gone,that's all there is for the gallon with premium at an only 13 percent. Patterson dated Feb. 1969,approving the James E. Edwards, con- change of venue for the scheduled to begin July 10, deliberately, systematically
average of 54 cents per gallon. explained that he was one of placement of a traffic control tinuing the attack, inflicted trials of the Garment Factory 1973 and then postponed until and arbitrarily discriminated
Union County's largest One year ago this month fuel two people in the city with gas signal on that corner. The city another stab wound into the 14 was denied by Circuit October 29, 1973. They were against, as regards their
gasoline distributor is the firm could be purchased in Lake air conditioning and had clerk reminded the com- back of Sapp. Judge Theron A. Yawn, again postponed on Thursday, selection to comprise the jury
Coastal Oil owned and Butler from one station at a previously received a lower mission that the city had not Other white inmates were Tuesday morning, Feb. 19, January 10, upon a challengeby lists of Bradford County,
operated by J. R. Wilson and cost of 34.9 cents per gallon for rate because of his year round carried through on the idea then set upon by the blacks and the first trial got under Assistant Public Defender resulting in their non-selection
his sons Randy and Jerry. regular and only 35.9 cents for because of a purchase cost of and the melee continued. way at 1 p.m. Tuesday, when Aaron Green as to the manner purely on the basis of race
Wilson has been able to premium grades. The use.Tucker commented that his around $10,000. Larry Cousinneau, a white Assistant State Attorney Ken by which jury lists are and-or sex," charged Green
maintain a good supply of fuel cheapest in town on Tuesday rate was very low and he The commission designatedthat inmate mechanic at the Hebert called his first witness, selected in Bradford County.
and recently received an morning was 47.9 for regular.A should be satisfied. "The a letter be sent to the garment factory, armed John Green Sapp, to the Green's motion chargedthat In supporting the motion to
increase in the amount of his poll of stations open and commission has discussed school board advising them if himself with a chemical fire witness stand. the jury lists that have throw out the jury list then
monthly allocation. At the selling fuel Tuesday in Starke your situation and do not wishto the board bought the signal, extinguisher and began been drawn in the past included being used, Judge Yawn
same time he received the shows that the average pricefor change the rate," Tucker the city would maintain it. spraying the raging inmates The first two of the 14 black only a token number of granted another delay in the
increase in fuel supply, his regular is 47.6 cents said. with the chemical, causing inmates to go on trial are female citizens and less than trials to allow the Board of
firm received a 13 cents per gallon with premium fuel "If you're not satisfied with them to disperse and flee the Nathaniel Pressley and three percent black citizens. County Commissioners timeto
gallon increase in fuel prices. grades averaging near 53 City of Starke rates then you Patten Resigns scene. James E. Edwards, chargedwith "The jury lists compiled by select a new jury list that
Station manager Randy cents. The cheapest fuel in can buy from your employer," At this point inmate WillieC. assault with intents \\p the County Commissioners of would provide for a random
Wilson said, "It looks like town is regular at 45.9 and one Tucker told Patterson, (From Page 1)) Holley said, "Well, he's commit murder and in. Bradford County are com- selection of jurors without
there may be gasoline in year ago you could purchase referring to Sawyer Slade dead," referring! to Sapp. stigating a riot,as a result of a posed of a disproportionately regard to age, race or sex.TERWILLEGAR .
supply, but I think it is going regular fuel in Starke at 329 Gas. Circuit will receive applications Thompson said that he could
to be a matter of those dealers per gallon. If that's the way the city for appointment to not believe that Sapp was <>OC>C:>-
that have the money to pay for commissioners feel, Pat- the vacancy from qualified dead, and when the opportunity -
it being the only ones able to terson said he feels he has no lawyers in the circuit. The presented itself
get it. Our increase in Truck Burns. recourse but to change. Commission will then went over to Sapp's body,
allocation came about as a (From Page 1)) Two city policemen, John recommend not fewer than lying prostrate on the floor
result of our distributor Howard and George three applicants to the and partially under one of the
making purchases on the crash truck and foam truck Tomosovitch, have completedtheir Governor, who will make the garment tables. I
world gasoline markets. brought from the naval air 90-day probation period appointment to fill the Seeing that Sapp was still
These markest are served on station. and should be appointed as vacancy until the first conscious, but unable to walk
a first come first served high The crash truck, with its patrolmen Chief of Police Tuesday after the first because of his paralyzed leg
bid basis and we have no massive nozzle, moved in and Jimmy Bowen told the Monday in January 1975. Thompson and inmate MOTORS
choice but to the increaseon Richard Persons, after
pass poured water into the commission in a letter.Commissioner II PORD
to our customer." flame filled trailer directly while other Jimmy A non-partisan election will removing the screwdriverfrom
Brown's station in Starke fire fighters directed their McRae moved that the men be be held in the primaries next Sapp's back, proceededto 964-7200
with fuel fall fill the four- remove him from the
regular grade pricedat efforts at keeping the accepted as full members of to unexpired
45.9 cents per gallon is the remaining fuel in the truck's the force and the commission year term of Judge Patten danger area, and outside the Madison
most economical fuel to be front tanks from agreed. The completion of from January 1975 to January building.
had in the city limits. He could due to the intense heat exploding of the probation means the men will 1979. If the nominee of the Following the vicious attack Starke FloridaIf
sell all the fuel he could get blaze. now receive full pay. Governor seeks the office, andis upon Sapp utter destruction ,
and can't get enough to work a Three men were recom- unopposed, he will be prevailedDrug at the garment (
full work day. No estimates of damageswere mended as new members of elected for the full four yearsof
Wilson has maintained available at the scene of the pension board by Mayor the unexpired term. You Need A New Car, Truck Or
throughout the energy crisis the fire, but it is certain that Tucker. Already serving on However, if he has opposition Arrests. .
and fuel shortage that he can the gasoline shortage just gota the five member panel are the the regular procedure of a
get about all the fuel he needs little shorter, by 4,000 mayor and George Graudon. first and possibly a second (From Page 1)) Late Model Used Car.
and is now faced with havingto gallons. Tucker appointed Freeman primary will be followed.
post the highest regular fuel -------------- Register III, Commissioner Judge Crews said yesterdaythat and was in possession of a
price in Lake Butler at 58.9 Woman golfer to men in Vernon Silcox, and Chief he anticipates an appointment controlled substance." i We Have A Good Selection
cents per gallon. foursome ahead: "Do you Jimmy Bowen.Commissioner. will be made by the Miles said he detained the
Stations have closed in both mind if we play through? My\ Charles Governor by early April to fill youth and James Allan
counties both temporarily and friend is having labor pains." Schaefer reported that W. L. the vacancy for the interim Tompkins, 19, along with 18
permanently due to higher Hoest I In Saturday Review, Kilpatrick, deputy school period until next January. year old Rae Lemoine were
placed under arrest, charged Now Is The
with possession and later
C."IOlAllOO' released on bond. The

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STATE LAW REQUIRES ALL MOBILE HOMES HAVE allow the release of names or
information that will allow With Clyde Ermie Or
identification of juveniles J
HURRICANE TIE DOWN STRAPS. THIS LAW WILL BE involved in the commission of ,
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. Notary Club Ladies Night Speaker Named I IThe
Zoning; Change; Asked For Heilbronn Springs

vice president of the Florida .
Forestry Association a -- '-" of hearing then asked that their
Bradford Bevill he could include auto repair to William C. Barnes gained petition from residents be
statewide organization County has plans to build a that their names removed from the
Lake asking
representing Florida's second Zoning Board gave T. H. Slade landing strip for small air- his other businesses. permission to advertise for a Silver from R-l-A petition, even though they
1 largest industry. He is immediate permission to advertise for a craft as well as a building to Ronald Norman also asked B. R. (commercial)) zoning zoning be changed double-wide didn't want the family in the
past president of the zoning change of the 50 acresof repair and manufacture the board for permission to from O. R. (open rural) so to R-l-C so that a couldbe trailer to be forced to move.
arrr Florida Agricultural Council land that he owns at components for planes. His open an auto repair garage on that he can rennovate an old trailer allowed on the to stay.property The board The board refused to con-
s the state's major agribusiness Heilbronn Springs from O.R.to land is located on SR-16 near his property located three grocery store and put in a new that zoning the lake sider the petition for rezoning
federation composed of 36 R-l-C. Heilbronn Springs. miles west of Lawtey on SR- grocery business on his land. explained because Silver Lake has been
meant that property
R-l-C
agriculturally oriented Ray Brumbaugh asked to 225. Both men received per- William O. Mattox Jr., SR- in set aside as a very nice
After mission to advertise for the B. 100 wants to build a con- owners could bring as many
associations.The 30 days a hearing will change his property at the homes they wantedto. residential area in future
) Ladies Night will take be held to determine zoning of intersection of SR-21 and SR- A. zoning which allows for venience store. mobile. residents as attending plans.
tr the place of the regular the land. 21b from B. R. to B. A. so thatUnion auto oriented businesses. The board received a Four
Rotary meeting this week. According to a May 3, 1957
E issue of the Telegraph,

discovered Heilbronn Springs by a was Bradford first Ambulances Moved To HospitalLAKE I

County farmer, William
Care :
hay Center Underhill, when his horse alleviate many of the H
was the ambulance would hurt Ambulance services in the
feared in
housing
coming
BUTLER-Members plaints
cured of scratches on his problems the service has H
had been provided by
service with all the com- his funeral home. county
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hooves of the Union Ambulance in the
experienced
Effort RevivedA after standing in the funeral directors for past.
spring water.In Service and the Union County "The move was made as a many
rescue squad moved both temporary measure for the years and Archer had Dispatch services for the
new effort to obtain a Day 1901 the their modular and transfer $?*. Griffis convenience of both the previously been involved in ambulance service are being
Care Center for Bradford property was ambulances to temporary service and the funeral providing the service through handled by dispatchers of the
County will be made, with a purchased by W. E. Davis, quarters within Union home" UAS President first Brannon Funeral Home Union County Sheriff's
Carroll Lamb of steering committee meetingset who formed the Heilbronn General Hospital recently Commended Protem Richard Rue stated. and then later when he openedhis Department which was
Tallahassee a professional for Monday, Feb. 25, at bottle Mineral the Water healing Co., formed .to after funeral home owner The Union County volun- own Archer Funeral recently funded some $2,500
platform and after-dinner 7:30: p.m. in the School Board water. Doyle Archer asked that they Col.! Harry M. Hatcher, Jr. teers manning the rescue Home. for the purpose of providing
speaker. will be the program office (USO) be moved due to complaintsabout is shown presenting Cer- squad have been faced with The move to separate emergency dispatch per-
highlight of the annual Rotary William Dampier who is According to Davis' son (E. one of the members of tificate of Service and Lengthof new legislation along with ambulance services from sonnel to man com
Ladies Night to be held at 7 serving as temporary M. Davis), it was at this time the ambulance service Service emblem ((20 years) other ambulance services, funeral home is being made in munications equipment
p.m. Friday at the Starke Golf chairman for the Day Care that the name Heilbronn, group. to 1st Sgt. Ray F. Griffis in predominantly in rural areas many parts of the nation located in the Union County
and Country Club accordingto effort says that the financing which in German means ceremonies held in the officeof throughout the state. The law where new emergency health jail complex.
program chairman Bob set-up for such centers has healing water, was adopted While the move was made the Director of Main- now demands that each care delivery systems pat- Union County residents
Blakewood. been changed, with the for the spring. swiftly Monday night it did not tenance, Camp Blanding, on ambulance service have its terned after the eight county requiring the services of the
A native of Madison, Lamb federal government now The company published a come as a complete surpriseas Feb 15. own base of operations, Emergency Medical Care rescue organization may
has had an unusually interesting paying 75 percent, the state pamphlet about the spring Archer had asked some six Sgt. Griffis a National dispatch center, and sleeping Project headquartered in contact them by telephoningthe
career, ranging all paying 12 1-2 percent, and the which contained many months ago that the service be Guard technician began his quarters for at least two Jacksonville are being sheriffs department ((496-
the way from professional county 12 1-2 percent. This testimonials of local doctors, moved to other quarters due career as a trades helper !in emergency medical initiated. 2501)) or by dialing the new
singer to espionage agent. At would mean that only $7,000 as well as citizens concerning to the inconvenience it the Combined Support technicians in order to EMC Committee Chairman Eight County Toll Free
one time he recorded for a would be required in local the healing properties. presented in trying to run his Maintenance Shop on Feb. 1, maintain a 24 hours per day Gerald Griffis said of the Number for Emergency
major record company, and funds instead of $10,000, own business. Archer said heSa"Wyer 1954, emergency health care ser move "I 1 feel it may help to Services 18003421516.
has also served as minister of Dampier said. "Its mild but almost certaincure vice.
music for several Baptist Anyone interested in the for a large class of skin Last month's meeting of ------------- ---.-----------
Churches in the Jacksonvillearea. Day Care Center effort is diseases is well established, Union County's Emergency ,
invited to attend the meeting and my treatment with these ; Medical Care (EMC) Com- ..f' "'i" ';
Lamb is presently executive Monday night. waters of chronic gastritis, mittee saw most of the .. Select Now From
gastric ulcer, kidney and meeting time used in an effortto
l ____ bladder troubles has been Cr't t decide a new locationfor
- - -- upon \ Our Nursery
O
very gratifying" wrote Dr. A. the service and how to tf' ; ;\
L. Scott. BY manage funding of a new
GOSPEL SING organization.building to house the rescue 2 Special

An analysis of the water was MONA MARCHANTThe oj:
commented on in the 1900 .... ""-'
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pamphlet by Dr. James K. I .. AZALEAS $199
Sat. Feb. 23 Crook, a mineral water basketball games are This week is National FFA New ) :- up
specialist. He gave the opinionthat over except for the District week for all Future Farmersof LIGUSTRUM $199 up
the spring was one of the play-offs. This year we have America. The Bradford EntertainmentFeaturing ." .,
FEATURINGDAVID three most highly mineralized had a really unique Tornado Senior FFA Chapter held a .r
springs in the country. team! The BHS Varsity havea meeting Feb. 16 to discuss ,,-.I ILEX 259
EDDINGSAND 19-3 record and the JV, 15-4. National FFA week and
About 1916 Davis sold the Both of our teams are number several other subjects. POTTED ROSES $329
to I up
property a group of Starke
ONE AND WE ARE GOINGTO :
men who later National FFA week will be VLjevert la'Je ,
formed a
STAY THAT WAY! VNashvill
from Feb. 1822.
THE GOSPEL REVELATORSPLUS the corporation and The sold stock in Please everyone come and see The Bradford Chapter is PITTOSPORUM $259
enterprise. sale of the District play-offs Feb. 21, *VoulltFrldapS.turday
water continued entertaining several activitiesfor
with
ship- 22, and 23. We need to show
FFA week, which include
ments going to the larger VIBURNUM $259
our team and other schools the
putting a display in the
cities in Florida and ir.V- Nights
wind behind Tornado!
our Chamber of Commerce
OTHER LOCAL TALENTAt Georgia. window. The members also .Mss Fav.'e New R.l.a..: MANY VARIETIESTO
SEEDS
have a program on WPXE "L."'i Sing Song
Mrs C. B. CHOOSE FROM
Terwillegar Togethar"
radio every day of the week.
represented Slade at the Congratulations to the
All FFA members were askedto
meeting of the zoning board Future Business Leaders of and
their FFA in For Your
wear jackets
Pine Valley C. H. ChurchLOCATED Tuesday night and said that no America. For the third time honor of FFA week. Planting Needsz'
"I Lov Being Around
y definite plans had been made out of five months they were -
Vox" a
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for the 50 acres but the -
chosen Chapter of the Month. !' ..
3 MILES NORTH OF STARKE DOWN DIRT possibility of a beautiful The way they were chosenwas ENTERTAINMENT4NIOHTSA )
mobile home park or,site for by their district and also Last Sunday we had some WEEK I FLA. FERTILE
ROAD BY BRADFORD FURNITURE FACTORY conventional homes had been the activity in their com- tired 20 mile bike riders after ..........................
discussed.In munity. We have two things the Civinett-civitan Bike-a- EVERYWEDMESDAV PEAT ORGANIC
really rolling The FBLA and :
thon! Everyone made it and .IS
EVERYONE INVITED other action, the! board our basketball team. Both
we had about 35 riders. DANCECONTESTNIONTBobby's COMPOST ;
approved advertising permIssion organizations need to keep up Altogether we had a total of .......................... } BU. $109 :
to Lamar C. Bevill
the good work! .
$431 that will to the men-
WJ. THORNTON PASTOR from Open Rural (IO.R..) to ]\. go 01 .
tally retarted. Thank-you
S. to allow light industry. everyone that rode. Mayor $157 ; )

Neil Tucker donated 50 cents a
mile to Sandra Ebling for Hideaway 3 BU. $297 GROW POWER ,
collecting the most money -
FOR ALL PLANTS
$36. I came in second with a 301 SOUTH
Slade total of$34. Everyone got thei-
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven Win
I BradfordHighBasketballers

Pages TELEGRAPH February 21. 1\171\

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Bradford Cagers Begin LastThreeRegularSeason Games .


'
Oak he racked up 14 points in -'" followed another
Ending regular season with by Bulldog
Golden then hit footer BYQUARTERS
a 20 SCORE
District Play FridayFriday three wins Bradford High Ocala he mustered 17 and led for BHS and Sterrit hit a 15 BHS 15 II 14 IB60 basket by Tom Randolph to
Bolles with
varsity basketballers went scoring against 22 footer for Bolles. Sewell then Ball, 9 17 12 17 55 make the score 107.
Sewell had his
Donnie
points. Bradford baskets
down to the wire before Two were
made shot and Bolles
a jump
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night BradfordHigh's and do of To get to st. Johns River winning 60-55 over Bolles at best game of the year against started streak. BRADFORD: While 26 WilHami\/ > 42 then scored one a 20 footer by
we a job a scoring
good Ocala leading the scoring with 10 Golden 10 2 11, Sewell 31 1.Hodgo 0 and
Junior west SR- home but Berry one a lay
College go on Monday night, won Wayne up
varsity cagers will playing together, says Coach Bolles hit six straight points ,
and with 317 1 Berry 204. Totals/
28 points rebounding 22 Hampton
begin post-season play going Sexton. 100 from Starke. After passing easy victories 69-44 Fridayover before the first half ended to by Golden to push BHS in front
into the District 5 Class 3A "All five starters Abie through Keystone Heights go Live Oak here and 86-59 17. Ocala it come within two points 28-26 24 12 60BOLLES: Rodgers 6' 12,, Holland I 14-7 with 43 seconds left in the
Tournament at the St. Johns Williams Curtis White, Elva about 28 miles until reaching in Ocala over Vanguard to "Against was our of the Tornadoes. 9, Clarson 6 4 16, Gainer 1 57, Sterrltt 3 first quarter. Randolph hit the
River Junior College in Hampton, Donnie Sewell and where SR-100 is four laned. take first place in the Florida game all the way and we just Both teams see-saw scoredin 39. Wclliami 102 I Tolalt 1917 aLIVE last score for Live Oak and
out from the
Then make a right at the first Star Conference. blew them right Golden finished the quarter
Palatka Friday night at 8:30.: Alvaughn Golden have done a the third period as Bolles up
caution light and it will go This weekend the Tornado start says Head Varsity with a 20 footer for BHS to end
of
The tournament begins tremendous job this year. Coach Mike Sexton. "It started to put more a OAK GAME: :
Thursday and the five teams They are all good ball playersand right in front of the college. cagers start the post-season Sewell's best was" defensive game than in the Elva Hampton and the quarter 169.
participating in the three day they all carry out their Records of the other teams tournament trail at the Donnie game. first half. Bradford was Alvaughn Golden led the The Bulldogs played their
"Golden real fine in
job
PS 14-10 Clay 18-5, SA 6- District 3A basketball a best in the second
"
tournament are Palatka assignments. are alternating with its scoring, Tornadoes with 14 points eachto Quarter as
Bolles He hit
the some
South, Palatka Central, Clay Last year's team won the 12, and Central 913. Tournament Thursday field game. and one time shooting from the help BUS roll 60-44 over the Bradford outscored them by
critical goals helpedice
High St. Augustine and district tournament and beat Curtis White was the Saturday at St. Johns River for outside then the next move to Live Oak Bulldogs in the only one point 12-11 to lead at
Bradford High.Thursday's Oviedo in the regionals in the leading scorer for BHS duringthe Junior College in Palatka. mented things Sexton."I up us, com the inside. At the end of the Starke gym Friday night. halftime 2820.Bradford's .
only game Central Florida town. The regular season with an BHS finished the year 19-3 thought at times we third quarter BHS{ was in front "I 1 thought we had a good brightest spot in
starts at 7:30:: p.m. between Tornadoes lost to Ocala average ot 13.5 points per overall while finishing 11-1 in good ball but this is 4238. game especially in the second the second quarter was when
played
Palatka Central and Palatka Forrest in the second game of game while Golden was right the conference. the first time in five games At the beginning of the half," said !Head Coach Hampton hit four straight
South. Winner of this game the regional tourney last year. behind with 13.4. Sewell had Senior Alvaughn Goldenwas that we have been pressed fourth quarter BHS quickly Sexton. "This was the type of baskets. He hit the first one
will play Bradford Friday The first six players of the an average of 12 points per a leading scorer in all right down to the wire" says opened the gap to eight points ball game we've been lookingfor. from 20 feet out then the next
night at 8:30: after the St. current Tornado five are all game. three games. Against Live Sexton. "I'm glad we had this taking a 48-40 lead with 5:16: We worked better as a from 25. Then he shot from 20
Augustine-Clay High game veterans of last season. Big before going down to the left in the game. unit this game better than we feet again and ended the
that starts at 7:30: p.m. Donnie Sewell, Abie Williams n- I tournament. Then each team scored once have in the last two or three streak with a jump shot to put
Then the winner cf the Curtis White and Sheldon Bolles finished its season and Bolles followed with a weeks." BUS in front 26-16. Live Oak
Bradford game will play the Hodge were all starters at against Bradford 17.10 for the three pointer by Clarson BHS hit a fantastic 12 of 11 then hit two straight baskets
winner of the SA-CH game least part of the time last season and 7-5 for the con Golden then hit a 20 footer for foul shots compared to Live and Curtis White hit both endsof
Saturday night for the season. Alvaughn Golden j ference. BHS and the gap was closed to Oak's close 11 of 14. a one and one situation for
championship. The game will started especially toward the seven 5247.Rodgers Bradford hit the courts hot BHS to end the half 2820.
start at 7:30.Bradford: end of the season last year, BOLLES GAME scored on a jump in the first quarter and hit four The Bulldogs hit a short
finished tops in the and sharp shooter Elva i Bolles drew first blood in the shot for Bolles then Abie straight baskets before Live scoring spark at the beginning
Florida Star Conference witha Hampton even started a gameor iH game with a jump shot from Williams went to the charityline Oak scored. Elva Hampton hit of the second half hitting two
loop record of 11-1 while two last season."I SEA W Dick Halland for the first twice to get three pointsfor the first two both from 20 feet straight baskets both by
finishing 19-3 overall. BUS has think a ball club is only as score. Then Tornado Donnie BHS making the score 55- out while Abie Williams hit a Ralph Riley. Then Bradford
won 14 of the last 15 ball good as its bench and I think Sewell hit two straight 47 with 1:43: left in the fourth 15 footer and Golden a lay up took over for a while, hitting
games since the Christmas we have a strong bench" says baskets the first a jump shot quarter.Both to put BUS in front 8-0 with four straight baskets.
Holidays."We Sexton. and the next from 15 feet out. teams see-saw scored 4:41: left in the first period. Donnie Sewell hit a jump
started out the year James Aldridge has played BHS was in front 4-2 with 5:54: and BHS was in front 60-53 Bulldog Steve Cherry then shot for the first one then
with two objectives: to have a quite a bit this season and has -] left in the first quarter. Then when the time ran out on the scored a basket and Golden Williams hit from 10 feet out.
real good season and to win been a tremendous help to ; Bolles struck back with two clock but BHS was chargedwith followed up with another Golden then broke loose down
the conference championship.We BHS as has David McMillianand foul shots by Rodgers and a a technical foul and Bradford lay up. Cherry then court for a lay up followed by
have accomplished both" Reggie Green, accordingto basket by Halland to take a 6-4 Robert Gainer hit two foul was fouled and hit the charily '"'''' Page 93o !
commented Head Varsity Sexton. lead shots to end the game 60-55. shot. Then he hit a jump shot

Coach Mike Sexton on the 1974 "Friday starts a new season Then the Bradford fire got ...-.... +- -- -- -- -- ---- .-_........................------- -- -
winning season.I for us and the season record hot. BITS scored 11 straight j
think the biggest asset this and past wins and losses can points. Elva Hampton hit a 15 ;
team has is we are a really just be pushed aside" commented footer followed by a 20 foot < A&K FeedsU.S.
good defensive ball club. Sexton. "We are in the shot by Golden. Hampton hit (<
Everybody is defense minded money games now" again from 15 feet, then Abie j
Williams broke loose for a lay 301 N. BEHIND TASTEE FREEZE

Girls Win Third Tennis up by followed Hampton.by another Williams bucket then 'i 964.8711 STARKE

I hit on a jump shot to put..
Bradford ahead 15-6 with 1:01:
Match OverEdward WhiteGirls
left in the first quarter. ''
Bolles' Clarson then made a I Your One Stop Seed Store
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Tennis team won their third won by Debbie Mitchell and lay up then Curtis White was I
match of the season and now Hjalmar McMillan by the charged with a foul and SEE:: is
made another to Now For
sit with a 3-1 record after score 8-4. Jennifer Jockel and Clarson point Buy Early PlantingThe
beating Edward White High Ruth Hazen lost their doubles end the first quarter 159.

Jacksonville."I School 5-2. Monday in match Winners by 85.of singles matchesare baskets Golden for struck BHS at up the two first quick of most Complete line in Bradford County

the second period pushing
was very pleased with listed Jennifer Jockel-7-
5, 4-6, 6-2 Debbie BHS in front 19-9 with a r
our performance and the girls ; Mitchel-6-3.
showed a lot more 6.3; Ruth Hazen-6-4, 6-2; and minute gone in the quarter.
aggressiveness in their play" Kathy Casey 6-0 61. Mc Bolles then took advantageof
Millan lost her a foul shot then White hit a it
says Tennis. Coach Melba 7-9. match 3-6 and Head Varsity Basketball Coach: Mike Sexton says that 20 footer for BHS I l Your Fine FRM Feeds
Howard.All Bolles Is a very physical team. Here Is an example: as Elva 25 footer by Clarson for Boles '
but one of the singles See( Page 9)) Hampton dribbles down court. making the score 21-12 with FEEDS:: I:
matches were BHS
won by

at " " 'r#" C" " " .." ." ." ,.,.." .,." ,." .,.,. .." ." ,, 5:27:White left was in the fouled second and period.made [:[ J for all Your Live Stock

one of the two shots then I .. ,
Golden hit a 20 footer followedby "
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FarYau front 23-12, an 11 point lead. -, 'J ...
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i Then Bolles started shakingoff :: :
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MEETING

meeting An organizational will be held on Softball March The women's meeting will Union Basketballers End BUS Junior Varsity

7 for men and women.te held at 7 p.m.3o1 .


.. DRIVE- With Winning" *.. 17-5 SeasonUnion Ends Winning: SeasonBradford

IN High basketballers Winner of the JE-Jasper :quarter lead Union opened it junior varsity taking a 32-16 lead into the ended, putting it into over-
jumped to a 15-6 first quarter game will play> the winner of up before halftime takIng a 34- cagers wound up their season locker rooms at halftime. BAS time.
Show Begins At Sundown lead then kept adding to it to the Baldwin-Union game 16 lead into the locker roomsat with two wins and one loss this outscored Ocala 17-10 in the BHS went into a four point
roll 73-50 over West Nassau Saturday night for the halftime. Then in the third past week, ending the year first quarter and 15-6 in the lead about midway through
Saturday night to finish theTigers' championship."Our :quarter Nassau lightly struck with a 15-4 record. second. overtime, but Bolles took
SUN.-MON. season 175. defense played real back and outscored Union 17- Friday night in Starke the Ocala outscored BUS in both control of the boards and tied
FEBRUARY 24-25 Union will be playing In the well in the first half and we 13 to close the gap to 14 points Baby Cagers rolled 63-40 over quarters of the second half but the game again, making the
District Tournament in had balanced scoring from 47-33 at the end of the third Live Oak, won 73-62 at Ocala it was not enough to survivethe game go into double overtime.
DOUBLE FEATURE Baldwin Friday and Saturday our starters," said Thomas."I period.In Vanguard Saturday night, halftime deficit. In the BHS again went ahead at
nights. think we're peaking again the fourth quarter Union then lost to Bolles 64.61 third quarter Ocala outscored first but then slacked off. Only
e, e "I think we should be the like we did at t the beginning of assured a victory out scoring Monday night in Starke in BHS 25-24 then in the fourth this time too much, and Bolles
favorites in the tournament," the season." WN 26-17 to take the game 73- double overtime. quarter 21-17, but Bradfordstill caught up with seconds before
says Head Tiger Coach Jack McGill led the Tigers 50. Milton Baker was the walked away with a 73-62 overtime ended. Then a foul
Jimmy Thomas. with 20 points and Joe Max leading scorer for Bradford in victory. was called against BIIS and
Lake Butler finished third well followed with 14 as the the LO game with 19 points "It was a barn burner. It Bolles went to the charity line
place in the Suwannee Con- Tigers closed out regular LB SCORE BY QUARTERS and Bolles with 22. Roy Aycox was the closest any team has for a quick two points to put
ference with a 9-3 record. season play."I WN 15 19 13 26-73 was the top scorer against been when we lost," says them in front. Then BHS
Hawthorne and Newberrywere think our season was 6 10 17 1750 Ocala with 23 points. Junior Varsity Coach Wayne rushed down the court with
I tied for first place in the somewhat disappointing Union-Jones 4-0-8, Perry 5-0- Willis Berry was a con- McLeod of the Bolles game the ball and a Bolles eager
conference. because we lost to some of the 10, McGill 6-8-20, Maxwell 6-2- sistent scorer with 12 points the Tornadoes lost 64-61. intercepted a pass and went
ltd vpk Union starts action in the teams that had losing 14,Stewart 4-2-10, Young 4-1-9, against Live Oak, nine in Bradford jumped in front 14- down court for the shot and he
second game Friday night records," says Thomas. "The Boswell 1-0-2. Totals 301373. Ocala and 12 in the Bolles 10 by the end of the first was fouled and went to the
against Baldwin. The first second five did a good job and West Nassau McKinnon 2- game. Darrell Moody's quarter but Bolles tightenedup charity line.
game, between Jacksonville they worked hard knowing 3-7, Padgett 1-0-2, Lawrence 9- scoring in the same order was, in the second period to With the one point from the
Episcopal and Jasper starts at that most of the time they 0-18, Williams 3-2-8, Alderman 12, 10 and 15. outscore BHS 15-12 putting the foul shot going to Bolles the
7:30: and the Union game at 9 wouldn't be.playing." 2-0-4, Simmons 2-1-5, BHS took charge of the Live Bulldogs one point behind, 26- clock ran out before BHS
lEI p.m. After taking the 15-6 first Traywick 226. Totals 21850. Oak game in the first quarter 25. at the end of the first half. could get down court and
jumping ahead 14-7 by the end Then In the third Bolles won 64-61.
u COLOR An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL ReleaM <1 was in front 2413. 37-34 with one quarter left in feel proud of this team" says
4-'I Bradford Thinclads LO struck back in the third the game. In the fourth Coach McLeod. "There are

.... quarter and outscored BUS 14- quarter Bolles woke up and rome good varsity prospectson
[RJ..aSEE., 10 to close within 17 points 44- tied the score before the game the team."

Judo, Jiu Jitsu Savat, Place Third In MeetBradford 27. BHS regained lost territory
all the Deadly Arts in the fourth quarter taking 19
battling for supremacy. points while allowing only 13
High thinclads meet down to the last events did real well in the distanceruns to win the game 6340. KEYSTONE MELROSE

r. placed third in a six-way meet and the mile relay kept us in taking every one of the Aycox put up his best gameof
hosted by Ocala Vanguardwho the meet," says Howard. distance events. He also the year against Ocala and
FRI. SAT.eader's won the meet by a slim 4 "The team did a fine job and praised the mile relay team. scored 23 points to be the Business Directory
1-2 points over North Marion
showed that they can run Bradford's next meet will be games leading scorer helping
this week. BUS take the
under pressure. Friday at the BHS track 73-62 victoryover
1CAt. rtS Vanguard rolled up 88 1-2 Bradford still has a lot of St. and Ocala.
against Augustine
-; Td1i ADAJ>rATJON points in winning the early improvement to look forward Bolles. 'If Starke people wantto Bradford destroyed the FISHERMAN'SSUPPLIES HARDWARE
Digest Of MJIIU season meet North Marion to according to Howard. Last Ocala defense in the first half
see excitingmaterial we
ccr had 84, Bradford High scored GARDEN
presents S 1rK! week BUS won its first meet of have it out here and we have
.. ,A 71 points for third place,Ocala the year against Orange Park some people to show off," says Scout Troop 70
.. e A e c United Arlistl Forrest scored 65, Leesburg and P. K. Yonge. Coach Howard.
44, and Palatka Central 7 1-2. "I expect that if our training Bradford Places were Attends State Fair Slim's .f" ", ,\'\l ge HARDWARE
continues the it is now we AND
way Pole Vault 2nd place,
"Overall I real
PLUS was Boy Scout Troop 70 attendedthe
should be able to heads
run up Jimmy Cauley: Mile relay Fish'N'StuffLive GARDEN
with the the CENTERA
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pleased job guys Fair in Tampa
with of
these schools
"GUNS OF any by
MAGNIFICENT mile
7" team BUS Two run -
;
did and the is becausewe to Bait
reason Friday Sunday with 38
the end of March Coach
says 1st, Kirk Hunsinger, 2nd, complete line of lldw.
haven't spent a lot of timeon Howard. scouts, three weblo scouts and CricketsShimiersWormsMinnows
Larry Paterson: 880 run 1st, ISJ.I1SIOOIn; : : : FAINTS
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technique relays, making the trip.
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SAT SUN 330 yard intermediate hurdlesin Howard. "We were in it mostof Keystone Heights 17325I:1TELEVISIONAIR:! : ;;:
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Bradford High baseballerswill Coach Hatcher named his to Hatcher. Duncan is also rresnman Jackson Prevatt 'fo quire

.( \\'t;'. ....,j.., .. One ol the most thrilling/ tales ol adventure face first competition of tentative starting line up for hitting the ball well. and junior Tommy Reddishare the Lake Region
LL ,11 -- ever filmed! the 1974 season Tuesday when Tuesday. Jimmy Prevatt, 9, will be battling it out for the About Monitor
ILOR '"> 'r they travel to Lake Butler to Jeremiah Johnson, 12, will filling the left field spot and, catcher's spot and it just Monitorfor
I # / Nor.thin 3yssr.IathemOtagl. meet the Tigers at 4 p.m. beat first base. "He is looking according to Hatcher, is doinga depends on who hustles the
I \ 7:,: "If we can get good pitching good defensively and is hittingthe great job for the team. most, according to Hatcher. Advertising Call:
; from Tommy Wise we will be ball good for us, too," says Junior Johnny Nichols will "Other players that are all the
\ able to have a pretty good ball Hatcher. be the starting center fielder. doing a real good job for us news
fT ; ....: .. dub" says Head Baseball At second base is junior "He is a very capable out- are freshman Jeff Jockel John Miller
t Coach Harry Hatcher. Matt Hull who Is doing a good fielder and covers a lot of senior John McCuthens, <011473-2210
Wise, a junior, is a two job, according to Hatcher. ground," says Coach Hatcher. freshman Richard Hall
letterman and had pitching Senior team captain Charlie Right fielder David Kilby, Robert Edmonson and senior 964-63O5
:;;.t. '1y experience last season along Green is the starting short 11,is doing a real good job and Steve Register. Register is I
with Senior Charlie Green. stop and was the team's knows what to do and when to doing a real good job as a AUTO SI RVICE
0a "Four or five new playersare leading hitter last year. "He is do it, according to Hatcher. pinch hitter.
/ out now because the junior showing a lot of leadership."
varsity basketball season Senior Stuart Duncan will KEYSTONE

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Hatcher. One or two will be is doing a real good job AUTO SERVICEFront
coming out when the varsity's pitching, playing shortstopand
left field (From Page 8))
season is finished. some, according End Alignment
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PUBLIC putting BHS in front 36-24 with Randolph 204. Smith Oil I 1. Rilty 306.
3:01: left in the third period. Gray 3 5 15 Brown 022. Totals 17 II 45 Conditioning Service ./It.;:4-u p14
Both teams took
turns
OCALA GAME
scoring but at the very end of Brake ServiceLubricationOil
Auction BHS completely dominated
0 /
the BHS
period jumped in
Ocala
Vanguard with a
front by 14 points, 4430. devastating 86-59 win ChangeTune JOHNSON AUTOTUNEUP

G BHS started substituting in Saturday night in Ocala with
FRI. MARCH 1 10 A.M. UpGoodyear
the
\ fourth quarter and still
A true hIe tale unfolded Donnie Sewell leading the General KepuirinKilngines -
ALL KINDS OF FARM & INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT held on to the lead plus gain a Tornadoes with 28 points and : Rebuilt
by YOU NAME IT WE SHOULD HAVE IT lot extra. The final period wasBradford's 17 rebounds. Tires : :Minor Machine: Shop Work
ACADEMY AwARo LORNEGREENE! best. BHS out- Bradford took a quick jump .Vitomatic\ TranO l11iO !'oi.lII-
WINNING SALE STARTS AT 10 A.M. scored Live Oak 25-14 in the and had a safe 10 point I Air Conditioning(
FAJFaANN3 final period to win the game cushion, 21-11 at the end of the IBIk. E.Off 21 and 1 BIk. Tires Batteries
1ST FRI. OF EVERY MONTHALL 6944. first period. By halftime BUS N.Off 101)) i :Mon.-Fri. 7:111.151.6: : I'M:
added another 10 points to the KEYSTONE: HGTS. 47:5-40.-: ; : Sat. 7.:::NI-i I'MI.AKKiiF.NKVA :
A"u.o"PICTuRES PPESENTATIDN STATE FARMERS EQUIPMENT AUCTION I I
SCORE BY QUARTERS lead to go into the locker : ; 47MII7:
HWY 40 AT 1-75 OCALA FLA. BHS 16 12 16 25-69LlveOok rooms winning 4323.
OUR DUST WHILE WE ARE
I 9 11 10 14
PARDON -44
In the third period Ocala put
PHONE 904-732-7965 REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP
FIXING UP FOR YOU. OPEN I BHS: Whit 118, Willlami' 60 IJ up a tougher fight but the
FRIDAY. SATURDAY.AND YOU FURNISH THE EQUIPMENT I Golden 6 2 14 sewen 419 Hodg 044, Tornadoes still outscored
Hampton 6214 Berry G' Total 29 11 Vanguard 19-16 making the Nell's
Richard T.Lovorn
SUNDAY AS USUAL WE FURNISH THE BUYERS I 69. score 62-39 with still a quarterto

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Bradford started sub

stituting in the fourth quarterand LAKE PROPERTIES a lovelier
this didn't effect the BHS jou"Phone
lead and in fact. Bradford RESIDENTIAL "'
47::>-2211
pRoFessioml outscored Ocala 24-20 to end BUSINESS-ACREAGE

the game 8659. INSURANCE Between

SCORE QUARTERS Keystonengts.. 473-3254 Keystone i

,4 BUS 21 22 !19 24-86 473-46112! Heights/ T
motocRoss Ocala II 12 "16 JO--59 Celia Ter\\lIIegar !964.5113 &:MelroseLanell's -
Edna Knepper 473-4111
BRADFORD, Whit, 5010. William, :Martha Durbin 473-3362
2 0.. Golden S1U. Sew.ll 14 0 28.Hodge Jim Fox 473-41 1.
5112.Hampton 1 9. Berry 11 6 C.B.:\Ic.ree4734050
Totals 40 6 96. BoutiqueCONTRACTORS" -.
S3O.OOO WINTERN5T1ONALSAmateur OCALA: H"rrIU' 16.Drummer 117 1 S.E.McKAY REALTORMember
Never 055. James 101. Spencer 16 I 8,
Wooden!3 9. Smith 3 2 e. Biewlon 1 0 1. : of Society of St>les and Accessories
& Pro Races Jackson 102 Total 19 11 59 Residential Appraisers For The Woman Complete

Serving This Area For llwy. 21 Between
Girls Win..... 26 Years Keystone&Melrose
Mrs.felba llgen 473-4740 475-2211
(From Page 8)
Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-3600
M rs.Joanne Gaselt 4751622Mr.
"This was the first time
.Leslie Robinson 475-1035:
Jockel and Mitchell ever ,
played on clay courts. Mitchell HOMES .' ACREAGE
noticed no difference but RENTALS
,,f r- Jockel had a tough time" Office Phone 473-4816 Triangle "R"
commented Coach Howard.

j SATURDAY FEB. 23f "Our main objective now is Fill Dirt Enterprise, Inc.
I to win all our single matches
GENERAL CONTRACI"ORSLlcensedInsund
I II because important."Mitchell I. feel that they are Beach Sand -

and McMillan FeaturingThe
SUNDAY FEE 24
b have played very well Clay FillTractor Llndal Cedar Homes
I together in doubles and they 473-2110 473-3542
1 show signs of becoming a good Work St.Rd.21N.
ADVANCE TICKETS AVAI LA3LE AT doubles team," says Mrs. P.O. Box 657rHJa

REPEL DISCOUNT t CYCLE ACCESSORY WORLD Howard. Land Cleared
"Casey, Hazen, and Mit- Bell Electric Co.
chell are coming along with
experience in every match," Hank Bruning W. Bell Owner

GATORBACK CYCLE PARK concluded The girls Howard.next match is next P.O. Box 41 Cons merctalResidential

Tuesday in Lake Butler. They
travel to Bolles next Thur- Repairs

10 MILES WEST OF 1 1-75 ON SR 26 GAINESVILLE FLA. sday.The boys play today in Phone Lake Geneva 473-4761 I .1.iKeystoneHgts.Electrical Fixture 4733602February

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TKl.KC.KAri F'ebruar.I.1971,



I !World Missions; Conference: Soon S,. IdaurIsCATHOLIC SENIOR CITIZENSValentine's Pine Level Group Has


A' I Baptist; ."r", -:"- 'j.1;!: 1. throughout our western put in today will reap you
Dr Charles Arrington, 441 N. Temple Ave., phone as a day of Love great benefits in your older
pastor of the English speaking 964-6155. Friendship and Be Kind to years. S.S. is big business and Pine Level Baptist
I !
Trinity Baptist Church in Each Other, was recognizedwith It is good business. At least in Youth Group held its annual
Athens. Greece, will be one of Saturday Feb. 23 Confessions up Iii a novel card game playedby our generation we have seen Sweetheart Banquet last .
the missionaries taking part 8 p.m. Virgil Mass 7 the Bradford Senior the end of the horrors and Friday night at the HolidayInn
in a World Missions Conference Citizens Club. abuses of the "poor farm." in Lake City. They were ,
:it the First Baptist p.m.Sunday.. Feb. 24 Mass 10 Art Lockwood and Sophie Perhaps you don t remember joined by Lantern Park
Church of Starke on March 3. a.m. Grade School Religion, (fi..a Fisher were crowned King those days? Baptist Youth of Lake City,
A different missionary will and Choir Practice, 11 a.m. earn'l and Queen of Hearts. Old time and Johnstown Baptist
speak at each serviceDr Weekday Mass (except love songs were sung and Church of Lake Butler. Over
Arrington and his wife Fridays 8:30: a.m. STARKE VwKwrcKOpportunities { enjoyed in honor of the occasion one hundred teens were in
began serving under the Monday Feb. 25 Parish Honorary Member The Senior Citizens attendance.
Foreign Mission Board in 1970 Council, 7'30 p.m. Alex Morton and Treasurer Movement is going In Special music was providedby
and were stationed for a yearin Wednesday High School for Service Emma Morton whose 6th ternational. Studies by the youth. The guest
:
Beirut, Lebanon, where he Religion, 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; wedding anniversary was economists and gerentologists speaker was Rev Mike
was pastor of an English Anyonecan stop in and pray Morning Worship at 11 ; Feb. 19 treated us to ice throughout 'the world'are Mackey, youth:' pastor for the
language church, and teacherin at any time. The church is sermon: "A Word From cream. Peggy Richardson creating this International Jacksonville Baptist Temple.The .

a Baptist School. always open. Beyond"; Bell Choir Group, 5 baked two luscious cakes Movement. Seventeen film which followed was
Before starting his overseas p.m.; Church Training 6:15: ; which we thoroughly enjoyed.A organizations from 13 nations, entitled "Marriage is for
service. Dr Arrington had Evening Worship at 7:30: including the U. S., met in
!been of the Clemson. S. ; London, England last fall and .
pastor
"The the
Business
S,. Mti r/ sermon of report was given on '
(' Baptist Church for 14 years. > Belonging." activities of our Trans approved the formation of an PINE LEVEL Keeps. climaxed with
The banquet
lie and 12 other missionarieswill Monday Your Choir portation Commission and International Federation on BAPTIST CIIUUCH of the Kint and
Baptist on Feb. 28 where they EpiseogruCliiirell the crowning
arrive at the Starke First Aging.
Practice, 7 made to date. SweetheartBanquet.
will be greeted by theWomen's p.m. progress up Queen of the 1974
Tuesday Junior Choir Statistics shows that in the Four miles west of Starke on
title
Missionary Union. Calendar for the week The Queen's
CARD OF THANKS Practice With the crisis past 20 years the number of SR-100. Church phone, 964-
be taken to energy to her sister, as
will then
24 passed
They starting February : was
in Holland 65 has
Wednesday Book of persons over 6490. Parsonage, 964-6407.
,
Study for causing shortages gas crowned Tia
various churches in the New Eucharist, Lamia Thornton
Holy
May we take this method of Association for Sunday Home Mission "Evangelism: plastics and paper, all doubled. In Japan, in the next Sunday Bible School, 10 the '74 Sweetheart
River Baptist 8:30a.m. Church School 9:45 Thornton
thanking our neighbors and : : ; The Cutting Edge," taught by members are requested to 40 years one of every five a.m. Sunday Morning Worship This year's
Mission Conferences.The
the at 11
friends for all the Morning Prayer ; Mrs.Jessie Mrs. and persons will be over 60. In our 10:50 Sunday Evening Queen.
visits S.
cards public is invited to Churchmen, Young L. bring their own cup, plate ; Sweetheart King went to Guy
Episcopal Young estimated that4tx,0)0
flowers and prayers during my Peek, Jr., and Rev. Ben spoon to each meeting.A country it is Training 6 p.m. Sunday
attend the services at 7:45 on Stalnaker
:
6 p.m. ( ()( will reach 65
recent stay in St. Vincent Bryant 5 p.m.Family Night persons Evening Worship 7 p.m.
Hospital. Such kindnesses and Thursday, Friday, and Tuesday Pancake Sup- 6 Continuationof the each year and by the end of Wednesday Evening
Supper p.m.; report was given on
neighborly thoughtfulness can Saturday. Sunday services per, 5:30: to 7 p.m. Brownie Book Study and R. A. activities of our Tran- this century there will be over Worship, 7:30.: Choir
Mill beat 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Troop 604 7:30. 40 million citizens 65 or more.
never be forgotten. Meeting 6:30: ; Sunday School sporation Commission and Rehearsal, 8:30.:
Ash Wednesday Holy Teachers and Officers progress made up to date. We believe that the In- Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m. !
Myrtice D. Carter Eucharist, 10 a.m. Penitential Meeting, 7:15: ; Church Choir ternational Federation on Sunday Evening Teen liii
Ash Wednesday Office, 7:30: p.m. Practice, 8 p.m.Thursday ---- Aging in a step in the right Singers practice, 5 p.m.
Girl Scout
Thursday -
Arrival of direction. Such a movementwill Teen School Prayer
CARD OF THANKS Troop 614, 3:30: p.m. Inquirers promote peace and good Tuesday,
Observance Missionaries for World With the energy crisis Meeting, 8 a.m.
Class 7:30: ; Senior Choir, 7:30.: will men universally.Ms. School
May we take this method of Friday World Day of Missions Conference, 10 a.m.; causing shortages of gas among Room A-18 in High on
World Friends and all 301. Bring Bible.
Music and your
and plastics paper
thanking our neighbors Prayer, 11 a.m. Junior Choir,
St. Mark's Episcopal
kind Makers Choir, 3:15; Pre- members are requested to
for their
friends expressions Ask
3:30
Church will the Seasonof : p.m.Wife
begin
of sympathy in our School Music Activities; bring their own cup, plate and
Those Lent with two services on Mission Friends, 4:05: p.m.; spoon to each meeting. Linda Hegwood, a Robert C. Long 3 A
bereavement. expressions -
have been deeply Ash Wednesday. Feb. 27. Holy to husband tracking in World Missions Conference, student of music at the Charley i
Communion will be celebratedat University of Florida will be
mud: "And to think I used to :
appreciated. 10 a.m., and the Penitential worship the 7:45.Friday World Missions present at our next meeting.She .
ground of E.
you Robert C. Long 55,
Office read at 7:30 will talk to us on music in
: p.m. walked Conference 7:45 Benefits will
On. Paris : p.m. Social Security
Lucille Varney and Family n The Starke, died Saturday. Feb.
It will be in-
Progressive FarmerCHARLOTTE'S Saturday World Missions increase in April and July. all aspects.
16, in Columbus, Ga. after a Johns
and
Conference, 7:45: p.m. Total amount will be 11 per- teresting to see, meet brief illness. Born Moultrie! ,

Ben P. Bryant, Pastor cent. This increase has been a hear her.ComealongFeb.26at1. Ga. on Oct. 4, 1913, he was a
( CARPET long time in coming and we p.m. former resident of Starke, and
to Pratt St. Rec. Center. You About This Question
sure need it as the cost of
veteran of World War II
First Assembly of God welcome. was a
are always

HAS A BONUS FOR YOU Charles Sunday Whatleyt School pastor.10 a.m., living monthly the past has check gone year.will up The 22 rise average percentin from Joe Kerrigan and Surviving the KoreanConflict.is his mother "New package policies are

Morning Worship 11 a.m., Mrs. E. C. Long; one brother. for offices,
appearing
$167 to$178 in April and$186 in
Gene Long and two sisters,
Youth
Service 6 p.m., July for a single person. For a Jimmy Andrews Mrs. Maurice Edwards. Jr. retailers and
= Buy Barwick all Evengelistic Service 7 p.m., couple, both of whom retiredat
your Youth rap session. Keystone and Mrs. Martha Blom, all of wholesalers. They
65, pensions will go from
iq purpose carpet now Thursday Motel Keystone 6-8 Assemblyof Heights $277 to$286 in April and$310 in Heads Furman Starke.Funeral services were heldat combine theft public
p.m.
God July. Your own payment may 2 Wednesday in Jones liability, and a great
Gospel Hour, Sunday p.m.
and this 48
get piece be higher or lower accordingto
8:35: a.m. WPXE 1490 on your into Junior Class Memorial Chapel with Rev. number of optional
J Corning Glass Ware set with your past contributions Minimum Ben Bryant conducting. In- with broad
a t dial.The the S.S. system. terment was in Crosby Lake coverages
present day benefits for a widow who Jimmy Andrews, son of !Mr. fire coverage at a 10
cr a minimum purchase of 15 yds.Charlotte' Charismatic Revival is very to benefits at 65 will Cemetery.
began get
real and meaningful in and Mrs. Levon Andrews of per cent to 20 per cent
denominations. go from $84.50 per month to Starke, has been elected
If
interestedin $90.50 in April and $93.80 in premium saving. Does
president of the)junior class at
f-- starting a charismatic In these days of high cost the E. Johns
,, fellowship, contact Charles July. Furman University in Charley
-I Whatley P. O. Box 719, of goods and services, the Greenville, S. C. for the 1974- flte Otiitme Agency invite business
highest payments are hardly *
academic
Starke 75 year.
phone 9648209. enough but it is pitiful for firms to consult about

those in the lower brackets. He has been active in t these new package
Those of you who feel that student government affairs as [ policies'?]"
idl I'fP-CitHeils: S.S. taxes are too high may a member of the Student 3
well consider that in a few Council for two years and as
t ''+1WrA Crimp To Meet years when you retire, your secretary for underclass Charley E.
-M.-j pensions will match up with affairs. He also is a memberof

A meeting of the Concerned what you have paid in and for the track team.A JOHNS AGENCY

Citizens Committee of Lawteywill how long. It is quite possiblethat graduate of Bradford "I lie. !guy who 1 Uiiii<< on liis
.. :-; you may have S.S. County High School,Jimmy is 131 SO WALNUT ST
be held Tuesday, Feb. 26, benefits of over $1,000 per family Iree may end upnc| \<*rout
at 7:30: p.m. in the Lawtey city month. We believe that the a majoring sophomore in geology.at Furman !gelling( of the wood*." PHONE 964-5O7O
Abbie
hall. Massey
Secretary S.S. tax is the fairest of all
iIR. states that many important
subjects will be discussed, and II. .. J
Carpels GAINESVILLE. FLA. all interested j persons are

3003 NE 19th Dr. 373-9846 invited to attend.

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February 21. HI71! 'UU.iltAI'1iaJte: III I




I Brooker Newsby LAWTEYwright

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Clellen, spent the weekend
Jeannette Prescott with them.

Church of God Sunday by Elizabeth Terry
SCHOOL NEWS
class champs.A Mr. and Mrs. James
o'clock. Audrey Pierce won a School, 10 a.m. Worship Sr. and mother, Mrs. of their and daughterinlaw Another daughter, Mrs. Jim
I reminder that the second son Townsend and son of Powder
for the tail
A meeting of the Brooker half of the Brooker Recreation prize pinning Refreshments of on the ice Service, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Lissie Starling, were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyalof Burton, of Jacksonville, is Springs Ga. spent the
donkey. YPE and Meeting
I Elementary School Advisory Program will begin the first and cake served Prayer guests of her daughter, Mrs. Warner Robbins, Ga. here and will spend sometime weekend with Mr. and Mrs
cream were 7
Committee will be held Saturday p.m. Elsie Norman, and with her.
Tuesday in March, with co-ed and each of the 20 grand- Kenneth Barfield.
Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 7:30: ( p.m. Softball being emphasized. guests daughter, Mrs. Darlene Bobby and Billy Wolfe and
in the school library. All received a surprise bag as a Faith Baptist Church Norman, and Coral, calledon Mrs. Wilman Wainwright
Included will be tetherball, favor. Out of town guests Radio Program over WPXE sons. They Juanita of Cape Mrs. George Huggins. MrsJ.
members of this committeeand basketball enjoyed dinner at the Bran- their Mrs. last week with her
jump roping and included Dena's grandfather, Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible grandmother spent H. Jones and grandson
other interested personsare various other activities. These Mack Presley, and Aunt School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- ding Iron Restaurant in Hester Hicks, and their uncle parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whit Suber of Columbia, S. C
invited to attend. Starke. and Mrs. Glen Starling of Bartow. clue to the
and Mr.
supervised will aunt, were visiting her mother.
games start at Becky from Lake Butler.PERSONALS vices, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
The Physical Education 2:30: ( and end at 4:30: each School on Bible Doctrine, Shuford and family on illness of her mother. Mrs. Flossie Rosier Tuesdayand
Classes observed Valentine'sDay Tuesday and Thursday af- Tuesdays 8 at thePastor's Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Thursday on their way to Wednesday of this week
with song and rhythmic ternoons. p.m. visited their daughter and son- Wilmington, Del. Capt. Donald Peterson of
Prescott and his home.
activity. Sgt. Tony Prayer in-law, Karen Lee and ManuelC. Gainesville Mrs. Lois of
Denver Godwin
The 5th and 6th grades have BIKT1IDAY PARTY son, Willie, of Fort Benning, Meeting each Wednesday, Martinez, in Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Whitehouse and sister. Mrs
Ga. their Bible
were visiting uncle 7:30: p.m. Study.
started a school basketball Texas last week. Brackett and family of
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. PaulD. Tallahassee were Wed- Billy Linnie Karris of Maxville
league with two divisions-- gave a party for their Prescott, and family last Grace United Methodist nesday to Friday guests of Jacksonville, and Chief and visited their brotherinlawand
boys and girls. The first teamto daughter, Dena, to celebrate weekend. They came for the Church Sunday School, 9:45 Miss Elizabeth Terry and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. F. McCully and son sister. Mr. and Mrs
win four games in their her fifth birthday Miss Arthurine Blanchard Arlie Dobbs. were dinner guests of Chief Harold Eunice Sunday afternoon.
anniversary Service 11
of with a.m.
division will be considered the last purpose going fishing a.m. Worship visited her sister, Miss Enza and Mrs. Barry Watts and Saturday afternoon at 3 MYF 7p.m.
Paul. They didn't catch many and 7 p.m. Wednesday, .
Blanchard of on Sunday.Mr.
and Mrs.
Macclenny Mr.
fish, but they had lots of fun. followed by Choir on Wesley -
? Tuesday. We are glad to Thomas and Jay of Live Oak
Orea Prescott was admittedto Practice at 7:30.: '''ade Gaskin Wife explaining napping son
Mrs
report she was feeling better spent the weekend with their and '
Bible Answer: Union General Hospital and and in better spirits than parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred of lleilbronn Springs spent to husband: "Shh. He's gelling
underwent last week. Highland Baptist Church ,
theErm.i
surgery and to mow
WHAT DOES usual. Moore. Friday evening with Mr psyched up
THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT PURGATORY? He was released Sunday andis Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. LeslcClellan Other lawn BomBQCk .,n"
Mrs.
The Bible says ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about purgatory. It is as getting along well. Otherson Worship Service, 11 a.m. 111 I kfine Just W.tit, lit, You M.,,,
the Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne guests were Bernard Hosier ot ,
silent as tomb. Tye, ,,
Purgatory does not exist, Own
except in the mind and the prayer list are Mrs. Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. (""" 'n ot Your
and Mrs. and and visited their Fort Pierce on Saturday
doctrine of men. Tommy Talley, family
Wiggins, Pitt Baxter and Evening Service,7:30.: Prayer
Mr. and Mrs. John brother-in-law and sister. Their grandson Jet[ Mc-
Jr.
,
The idea of purgatory is that all men (except those who are perfect) Jimmie Temple.SERVICE. Meeting Wednesday at 7:30.: Tye
must be purged by fire because of their sins. In general it is held that and daughter, of South Chief and Mrs. Vernard

the period of suffering In purgatory can be SHORTENED by one'srelatives 11 Northside Baptist Church Daytona, were guests of Mr. Hughes and family of Green
making gifts of money to secure and School and Mrs. Robert B. Keith and Cove Springs. Linda Denmanwas Block has
prayers masses by the Sunday 10 a.m.
MEN family of Jacksonville their Friday overnight Henry
priest.After enough(and no one can define "enough")gifts prayers, Worship Services, 11 a.m. and on
The and returned with themon
and masses are made,then God Sunday. family get- guest
transports one's relatives of the 7:30 Meeting
out Prayer
_.. : p.m.
r together was in honor of Mr. SaturdayMr.
fires of purgatory and into heaven. Monday, 7:30( 17 why
p.m. and Mrs. Paul and reasons you
Ray baby
The idea, however, is even inconsistent with other Catholic doc-
U. S. ARMY GERMANY --
daughter, who are visiting and Mrs Truman
trine. It is difficult to understand how at death,a priest is summonedto Jan.() Stephen F. Hicks, 24,
from Brisbane, Queensland, Norman were dinner guests of
should
administer extreme unction,at which time he sol emnly pronounces son of Edw. and C. Hicks of NEW ARRIVALSMr. Australia. Other guests were their son and daughter-in-law, come to us
absolution of all sins. Then after death, be .and Mrs. Lester Walker
one must of
gotten out Lawtey, has been promoted to
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Normanof
purgatory who went there,it is declared, BECAUSE of his sins! the arrival of ,
Specialist Five and has announce a son for
and son, Mike, and Mr. and Ichtucknee Springs income tax help.Reason
The Bible does .
not teach the doctrine of in
purgatory, nor any other received the Good Conduct Lester Wannis on Feb. 11 Mrs. Bruce Paine, of Tuesday evening. Mrs
doctrine of a second chance, involving a change of state after death. Medal while serving with the Memorial Hospital Jacksonville. Norman remained for a

Rather, It teaches: 37th Transportation Group in Jacksonville. longer visit. She returned 1. We are income tax
<111)ONE CANNOT CHANGE HIS
CONDITION
AFTER DEATH. "It Germany. of all the home with Mr. Norman when
Sympathy community We ask the right
is appointed unto men once to die and after this cometh judgment" Hicks is an assistant Mr.and Mrs.Wayne Hardeeare specialists. I
Spec. is extended to the he went there on Friday
(Heb. 9:27: ASV). the of We dig for honest
plantoon sergeant with the proud parents a son, family and relatives of Mrs. evening. questions. every
((2) ONE WILL BE JUDGED BY WHAT HE HAS DONE HERE ON 83rd Transportation Companyof Stephen William, born Feb. 15 Elsie Thomas who passed deduction. We want to leave no
EARTH, not by what somebody does for him after he dies, 2 Cor. Hospital,
the Group's 53rd Transportation Elizabeth
5:10): ) Jacksonville. away on Thursday. Our Miss Terry was a stone unturned to make sure you
Battalion in prayers and love are with guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E
It is regrettable that so many have been deceived into thinking that Kaiserslautern, Germany.The them Strickland in Gainesville pay the smallest legitimate tax.

one can be purged from his sins after death,for they live in false hope. Good Conduct medal, Wednesday till Friday.

THE BIBLE SAYS nothing of the sort, but clearly denies such a established in 1941, is awardedon PERSONALS;/ Mrs. Joe Dorko and Mrs.

notion. a selective basis for those Mae Wells visited her sister, Les McClellan returned
Southside Church Christ who distinguish themselves Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
of Mrs. Linnie Gilchrist of home Monday from Memorial
Robertson visited their son-in-
3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301 among their fellow military law and daughter, Mr. and Brunswick, Ga. on Sunday. Hospital, Jacksonville, after ?"b iC4
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John M. Dear top legal adviser of the "In order to sustain impeachmentunder
our Constitution, I do not hold it
House Judiciary Committee, is burningthe
midnight oil this week while putting necessary to prove a crime as an in-
dictable offense," declared Committee
final touches on a highly significant

report that could be a turning point in Chairman Thaddeus Stevens.It .

the slowly unfolding Watergate drama that Mr. Doar rc rtI ;:.!$ '
is the same question
This report will be what Mr. Doar J
later and
,
believes to constitute an impeachable is now researching 106 years

offense under the U. S. Constitution.His upon which he will make his historic

report.

findings will be revealed to the ,
But Mr. Nixon's promises of complete
committee at an open hearing (perhaps afll!
have ,
televised) this Thursday, where each of cooperation with the committee

the thirty-eight committee members will already gone the way of many other

have the opportunity to question and White House pledges. He obviously
down in +t1if, j ji I'M
to bog proceedings
disagree with his findings.In hopes
that could
bottomless legal quicksands

the meanwhile, President Nixon's delay a decision for years. National Future Farmers American Vice-Presidenl!

strategy for riding out the threat of Jimmy Alvarez of Starke speaks with United Mates Vice-

impeachment is finally taking shape. It Although the Constitution wisely President! Gerald Ford while on his officer's tour in
for Washington" I). CAlvarez,
is, in short, nothing new. Simply more of leaves the grounds impeachmentbroad i

the same: hang tight back and fill, and vague so that all situations, +

dodge and divert, drag out all the red even neglect of duty, could be dealt Tours With FFAJimmy

herrings, and tie up proceedings in a with, the President's supporters on the .._ _u _ n___.__ __
committee have been insisting that
maze of procedural red tape.
impeachment would be warranted onlyif the early days of Florida Conner (right and Senate I President Mallory Home check Alvarez, 20, of the same day Secretary of

He expects to accomplish this, there was hard evidence that Mr. territorial history, some 150 the route they'll follow in retracing the travels of the two men Starke left Washington D c. Agriculture Karl; Bull was the
National Officersat )
through the expert maneuverings of his Nixon had committed a crime.It : years ago, two men were assigned to pick the capital location. They will welcomed recently to start on his guest of the luncheon where
commissioned to locate a site by a gala Sesquicentennial celebration when they arrive in National FFA Officers' Tour. a
legal counsel, James St. Clairof Tallahassee on March 4. discussion centered on U. S.
topflight for the of the Alvarez son of Mr and !Mrs,
Boston. The strategy emerged when also appears that the White House Territory capital of Florida. new Harold A. Alvarez is the 1973- Agricultural policy ami the
will resist the Judiciary Committee'sdrive 74 Southern future of agricu Iture for young
Mr. St. Clair refused, in spite of all the Hegion Vice

fine promises of the past, to turn over for further evidence on the One of the men, Dr W. H President of the 4.mOO( people
overworked grounds that "national Simmons, set out by hor- member Future Farmers of
certain documents now being sought by America
He has
Organization
special prosecutor Leon Jaworski. The security" is involved. This could lead to seback from St. Augustine, been in Washington since Facts Given
and the other one, John L
next step, of course, was a similar bar to more delay and confusion.Still Williams, set out by sailboat January 25 and will not return

material requested by the Judiciary from Pensacola They met at home from his tour until On Lakes in

Committee for use in the impeachment another delaying tactic could be St. Marks and proceeded from March 16

of grand jury there search of suitable This Area
the confidentiality in a advanced
inquiry.Mr. In the FFA Jimmy -
material and the danger of com- capital site Their selection, 1 from the office of vice-

the trials of other Watergate as everyone now knows, was in the 19h8 Bradford Interesting facts aboutf'loridI's
promising president
Doar and his associated counselare ,
Tallahassee, winch was of- I and more than 7.0IH)
School Chapter in
advance High
defendants through publicity.
going over the same constitutional ficially declared the capital of of the lakes are available in a book
residency
precedents that the House of Mr. St. Clair has already used that issueto the territory on March 4, 1824, chapter.1969 won A year later he recently publisher! by I the

Representatives debated before impeaching block access of the Senate Watergate by Governor William P served as district presidentand Florida Board of Conservation -

President Johnson on Committee to the White House tapes. If Duval in 1971 was elected .

he makes such a challenge in the im- president of the state FFA The publication, entitled
February 24, 1868 by a vote of 128 to 47. Next week this historic trip association "Florida Lakes" also contains -
In this famous case the Judiciary peachment proceedings, and the matteris will be re-enacted, as part of data on drainage area

Committee split, five to four, with the dragged through the courts, it mightbe Tallahassee's Sesquicen- Alvarez won the Star sources of water which recd

majority adopting a broad definition, years before a decision is handed tennial observance, with Greenhand and Star Chapter the lakes, the lopographismap
Commissioner of
Agriculture Farmer awards and number,
down. participated access in
and the minority a narrow one. Doyle Conner riding the trailof
on a winning formation \\hclhel'the lake is
Ultimately the issue went to a second Dr. Simmons an( eight-day 1d parliamentary procedure meandered or not, and if a
Mr. Doar's report is awaited with 220-mile from St t
group, the Committee on Recon- trip team Me was a member of water level gauge is available
struction, which voted 7-2 to impeach bated breath but it could be just the Augustine to Tallahassee). d t FFA forestry and demonstration Kingsley Lake w II h an area
of hot summer..ortwo. and Senate President Mallory teams and of 1,d"U listed ashaving
Johnson of "high crimes and beginning a long par- : acres is
Home following Williams'path
ticipated and the t elevation
in judging highest in
... or three.
misdemeanors in office. from Pensacola, exhibiting livestock. this area 17) feet

Lake Geneva at Keystone
Conner, a native of Brad- As a vocational agriculture Heights has a surface urea "f
ford County, who got his startin student under instructors elevation '
1 1.1:11I;: ) feet and an olnm
politics as State Paul Ilutchtns and David .
I Not All Representative from here, i + t 1 Au'Y' u Smith, Jimmy enrolled in the Brooklyn Lake is listed as
NostalgiaTwo will leave St. Augustine on vocational agriculture coveting d4"i acres, with an
horseback next Monday '
1 program as a freshman with elevation ol 114 feel
morning, setting up the first one cow and one hog as Santa Fe Lake I is rated as
years from nowon the 200th The Florida Bicentennial program is night's camp at Satsuma Fire supervised experience covering 4.721 al'res.IU'gl'.t tin
anniversary of our nation's birth-- recognized as one of the leading ones in Tower near Penney Farms. il' ,. t 4 project the area while Little Santa
He and his party plan to eat
Americans will want to have something with of sixty- Fe covers 1 1.1:13: acres Santa
the nation, a majority our chuck wagon type food, and Since that time he has
worthwhile to celebrate.The seven counties already organized and sleep in bedrolls, as Dr. developed a herd of beef lows Fe Four has annexation lakes In of llraellordCounty 141 I leet

starting to work on varied projects. The Simmons may have done 150: and raises about 144.000 are hstt'dI Ith areas

year 1976 marks the Bicentennialof Bradford County group is now in the ;years ago.Conner broilers annually He also and elevations as lot lows'
Doyle Conner pictured astride his and show horse .third interest (63
parade
one in
and the of and it is owns How ell. :lli4!( 1:13: feel
our independence, success of being formed, hoped astride his at 11%
process parade "Golden King. the mount he will ride out of Augustine acres of timberland and
the celebration depends on communityand that among the local projects to be horse. Golden King, will ride next, :Monday on the first leg of an eight-day journey reenacting pasture. elevation, Sampson 2.042
1)4: feel 5b:!
individual involvement. The extentof approved by the state for matching into Starke about noon the site selection of Tallahassee as Florida's acres Crosby
Tuesday, Feb. 26, and will be territorial !IiO: () A highlight of the Pre acres: 154: It'1.t Hampton
that involvement will be the only true funds will be the restoration of the old joined along the way by local capital ;years ago. tour" activities in Washingtonwas Lake HJ1: acres 1)8:) leet

measure of an effective, meaningful Bradford County courthouse, recognizedas riders, including members of state capital until March, St. Augustine to St. Marks, a recent visit to the office In Union County, Lake
observance.In a historic site and an outstanding the 4-H Horse Club and the of United States Vice Butler is rated at 420 acres
since he ran into adverse President Gerald Fold where and 112: Icct elevation
The and
Bradford Club. He
example of early 1900 architecture. Roping 1824On
weather, had trouble with his
cities and the will visit the the original ride, 150( the officers were greeted by Palestine at 911 I acres and 142
group
recent months, many School of Architecture at the Universityof pack animals straying, and the Vice President and held feet. and SlitS Creek pond at
a
took Dr. Sim-
towns throughout the nation have been Florida has already shown interest in Vocational Starke at noon Center, where area they in years mons 15 ago days, it to travel from didn't travel at all one day briet meeting with Him Later %8 acres and MO: !Icct

discovering some worthy projects with this project, and is lending its supportby will stop for lunch, and then because of illness.

which to mark the great occasion. Not making architectural drawings of the proceed to Brooker, where

just parades and speeches, which are 72-year-old structure, whose original they will pitch camp for the LettersTo

nice, of coursebut projects such as the blueprints cannot be found. night in the Brooker school County Agents By

rehabilitation of ghetto areas in the big area. ... '

cities the establishment of parks, The Bicentennial will be a time for Riders and others wishing to BobbyTaylor f .
Notebook
bicycle trails, and other recreationareas looking back with gratitude for our visit with Conner are invitedto the Editor: charge, and administeringoxygen pretty soon the

and the restoration of historic historic past, as well as looking forwardto meet him along the trail or Sheriff's Department and the '

sites. Communities, from Alaska to what the next hundred years will at the VI Tech Center here. In considering the prayer ambulance man came to me
They are also invited to ban, and ban on Christ-
Florida, are preparing to "do their own bring. Although an important part of the bring along a basket lunch and mas entertainment any men- saying they should thought to Mrs the

thing" concentrating on cleaning up the celebration, all is not nostalgia and join his party around the tioning Jesus Christ this past Barnes I asked go them to do
hospital. To plant not tobacco
or plant
You should
environment ridding it of junkyards, It Brooker schools and have your iand
heritage in the Bicentennial plans. campfire at Tuesday season in public whatever was necessary I this year is still a question of selected for our garden and
polluted rivers and streams, and other also heralds a good future and a better night, the intrigue in the highest also asked my neighbor ladyto many of our tobacco growers. should have begun to prepareit

eyesores. way of life, office in our land, it is enoughto take charge, as I have an 80 They know that they must for planting The initial
From Brooker, the Conner make a man lose all faith in loss and
cent hearing use the best cultural
riders will travel through the his fellowman. About then, per practices preparation includes turning
cannot hear a low voice at all. known to produce a quality
the soil and
or spading adding
. ., LaCrosse area stopping for something comes along to Also, the pastor of our local tobacco. These practices call needed soil amendmentslike
any
lunch at Springhill Methodist of
cause a change thought. and offered his
Church near the intersectionof church came for higher cost of productionthis lime or dolomite This is a

m '.. 1-75 and SR-236. then follow On Monday evening, prayers to the Great year, especially with good time to incorporate any
ask Rev.
the old Bellamy Road through February 4, our home caught Physiciane also shortages and higher pricesfor compost manure, or organic
wells and Starling to offer prayer fertilizer and fuel. Since
I the Natural Bridge area, cross fire. I have two deep matter if available
U. S. 441 and Florida 18, and 100 feet of hose connected up whenever he visits our home there is no guarantee of a While waiting for the
all times. I applied water higher price for their tobacco,
at
preferred planting dates in
follow the Eliam Church Roadto I know I did not get to thank
the Itchtucknee while Mom called the near our growers are very doubtful March (or April) you can
Springsarea all of who came to offer
neighbors and asked them to you about tobacco being a the
money plan lay-out of
your
for a camp site Wed- your help. May I offer my
/ call the Fire Department. making crop this ;year. garden. This means deter
nesday night most humble thanks and
,tr now,
1ss a This is just one example of
mining the amount of each
also for all
all here
They got quickly, my sincere prayer
After meeting: at St :Mark's. cut some holes in the inside, of you. the things that are com- variety of vegetable you will
Conner and Home will both also the outside of the walls, to plicating the farm production plant to meet your needs. You
ride on to Tallahassee, at the fire which was soon Now unto Him who is able to pIcture. A fuel, feed, labor, should know the number
get
there keep from falling and to transportation or other
arriving Monday. brought under control and you length, and spacing and
March 4. in time to take partin extinguished. But it was too present you faultless before shortage at the time a productis arrangement of the rows in
special Sesquicentennial much for Mom to stand She the presence of his glory with ready for harvest or sale your garden This is also a

ceremonies starting at 7 p m. had a niece burned up by fire a exceeding joyto the only could be disastrous to the good time to get your seed,
that day few ago, and she had a wise God our Saviour, be all farmer Most of his products fertilizer and other materialsyou
spell.years Her heart acted like it glory and majesty, dominionand cannot set on the shelf for a will need and use. I'll
Although Dr. Simmons and power, both now and long period of time He cannot discuss other practices in
to out of her
was trying get
Mr Williams
actually chose breast. evermore. Amen. shutdown his business lay off later articles.
S the Tallahassee area as a his personnel and wait for
..Jrr capital site in 1823. the town The young man of the Fire -Mr. and Mrs. H D. Barnes better conditions to develop.I've .

r -. was not declared the official Department ambulance took Graham, Fla. heard many times that The Bradford-Union Cat-

f wl I even with all our technology to tleman's Association is going
produce, farming is still a full steam ahead with their
ORIO gamble [If so, the stakes are plans for the 2nd annual 4-II
CO< now higher than ever before and FFA steer show and sale
I c ; 4 and the odds for "winning"are to be held at the Bradford

t ACnVE miliiif poorer. I hope that our county Fair April 3-6. They
MEAIeEt pq farmers will all have a lucky have 32 entries this year and

0 streak in 1974 realize that it will take a lot of

effort on their part to make

Endurance RaceNovember BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER The change in weather has this event as good or better
slowed the calls about garden than their first show last year.
Publishers planting the last few days I The steer show committeeswill
2J 1927 was a red letter day In Starke when a fleet of "horseless carriages" Published each Thursday and entered t* Second Class Matter at the Pose Office at Starke, hope there is still a lot of In- meet Thursday night at
reached Starke on an Endurance Race from Tampa to Jacksonville The Importance of the Fla. under Act of March ,. 1879. terest in home the Agriculture
growing in
event!; hown by this crowd of spectators who turned out on S. Thompson Street to witness the Starke Building
Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year! 13,50 mi* months. gardens because a small plotof to make sure
fearless motorists who braved the dirt roads and
local stopover\ of this intrepaid band of uncertain land
motor ca.!' of those days to make this hazardous trip. The front car is standing about Phone 964-630) Outside trade area: 17 per yean: $4.00 six months. Starlce Fla. produce in a your lot back of good yard fresh can everything. I'll report is going more as on planned this-

where Loudon's Beauty Shop t Is today. vegetables\ for you this spring. activity later,



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BY ELIZABETH

GIVENS WALKER

SCHOOL NEWS
All interested adults are
invited to attend classes to BS4
improve their educationalstatus I
in any subject desired
Basic Adult Classes are iii -
progress in Lawtey
Elementary School and
Starke at RJE. Classes are IEKw
held each Monday and
Wednesday night from 7 to 10 Wp

p.m.Music concepts are taught 1S 11CESSQE :
by Mrs. Z.P. Jennings. Come
and enjoy the fun in learningmusic Fa E Now cIjJq ryVA F
fundamentals piano, ppglE 1 E $ k eEEF f'EOP

will auto harp receive, and credit singing.toward You DSDLCNDICI TRppIN StAMpS SE

completing high school and it
will help become SWIFT PREMIUM
you a better
; x HOSTESS
pal Ixl LEAN ROUNDCANNED
choir member. For In-
formation call Vo-Tech 964- Q p CE Quantity RightsReserved
6150. p
Q NOS
BLACK HISTORY 8A PRICES GOOD THURS. FEB. 21 HAM WINN COPYRIGHT" DIXIE I, STORES 1974, INC.
WEEK PROGRAMSThe 4 LB. $ "
black communities of MILD THRU WED. FEB. 27 CAN 6
Bradford County wish to invite HICKORY W-D BRAND
you to attend an annual SWEET CUREDHICKORY BOSTON BUTT
Black History Week programin USDA INSPECTED

our Feb.area.17-23 During all events the weekof will SLICED BACON SMOKED (NO ADDITIVES) PURE PORK ROAST

take place at RJE High School
Cafeteria as follows: HAM
Thursday Feb. 21,7:30: p.m. GR. BEEF
Fashion Show and Poetry
Hour in tribute to the late 99$ 88
Malcolm X, with the narrator 1.18.
being Sister Betty Bullock of :
Radio Station WPOQ SHANK lB.

Jacksonville.Friday Feb. 22 Record W-D BRAND
Hop immediately after SMOKED PORK SHOULDER PORTION 6 8s 3 $329 USDA GR. 'A QUICK FROZEN
Falcon's Basketball Game at W-D BRAND BAKING
RJE gym. Donation 25 cents. PICNICS
-Saturday The ,Agro Feb. 23 American, 7:30: p.m. HENSBOLOGNA

Cultural Development Center WHOLE PKG.
Inc. of Jacksonville will
present a dramatization of the BUTT PORTION W.D BRAND
Black Man's Story a past 7 HICKORY SMOKED SLICED ALL MEAT 8
6
history and present plight LB.LB. .
HAM
Change.entitled" "400 Years of LB. 14

Come one come all to 78c oz.79C

become heritage aware and of feel our black our SAVE 7 C SAVE 14C SAVE 29cBLEACH

blackness.
DEL MONTE
THRIFTY MAID
NAACP MEETINGThe EARLY GARDEN
regular meeting of the
Bradford County NAACP will
be held Tuesday March 5, at APPLESAUCE CLOROX
7:30: p.m. at Greater Allen PEAS
Chapel Church. All interested ,,
citizens and members are
invited to attend.

DELL CHAPTER OES
All members attending the $1
Valentine Service last
Thursady night experiencedan 3
anjoyable time. Rev. Levy
Lennon delivered the HALF
message, "Love in action, not 16-oz. GALLONS
in lip service." After service CAN 17-oz,
a repast was served from a CANS
table arrayed with red and
white streamers. The cen-
terpiece was a cake decorated
with red and white, and a
large bowl held red punch.
The next regular meetingwill ASTOR
be held February 28 in the
Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. ORANGEJUICE SUPERB ICE CREAM
FRESH RIPE BARS
at 8 p.m. ASTOR OR

CIll'RCHNEWS: l COFFEE SANDWICHES
Mt. Moriah United Strawberries ;
Methodist Church Rev. Willie
Stitt pastor.Choirs 1 and 2 will


Sunday conclude rehearse New Bethel School services Tuesday Baptist at 10 for a.m.the Church.night.day.will R8s 9 9

I-LB. 12-PK.
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. 4j
Wednesday night Bible Class CAN PKG.
and Prayer Meeting at 7:30.: 99c
Sunday services begin with 3
School at 9:30
Sunday : ; HEINZ TYSON CHICKEN,
Morning Worship at 11. At 3 6-OZ.
p.m. the second Fellowship PINTS TURKEY, OR BEEF
Anniversary will be held with KETCHUP CANS
Rev. Williams of Gainesville POT PIES
the
delivering message. JUMBO IXTRA FANCY
Dinner will be served after the SAVE RIO DELICIOUS HARVEST FRESH FIALETTUCE .

service.Greater Allen Chapel AME c $ APPLES FLORIDA SWEET $
Church, Rev. B. C. Williams 18 TEMPLEORANGES
2 1 4 1
pastor.Sunday School 10 a.m. 15 '011 $199 LB. 23e 8-011.
Trustee Day will be observedat 32-011. PIES

Service the; 11 which o'clock will conclude Worship BOTTLES 15 FOR89c..

services for the day.
is invited to attendthe
Everyone KRAFT LAND O' SUNSHINE
SAVE" 19. GIANTCheer US FANCY WESTERN

niversary Fellowship at Bethel Second Baptist An- Detergent 49 PKG..os. 68 French Dressing 2 16'0.Bns $100 1 Danjou Pears 9 FOR 99 Butter . . PRO.75c
Church. Each member is .
GIANT SAVE" Be THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE HARVEST. FRESH PAN" REDIShrimp)

asked You to Are remember activity sponsoredby the ComeAs Arrow Detergent 49.atPKG.. 48C Green .Beans . 4''CANS'/" .$1 Jumbo Celery I . STALKS 19c 32.01.PKO $349
the Youth Church on
All CHEK ASSORTED FLAVORS GOOD CELLO INTERSTATE

Sunday members are March asked to 10.please Soft Drinks . 12 "CANS". $100] Saftines.r. . . I.LB.PKG. 38 Carrots. . 2 BAO LB 29 C Tater Tots 3 %s.. $1 loo 1
cooperate with your captainfor
A course of studyis SAVE" 17c GREEN GIANT SAVE. 30c DIXIE DARLING LARGE FRESH FLORIDA TYSON CHICKEN SALISBURY OR
held success.each month with Rev. Corn 4 CANS 88C Sandwich Bread 3 24.oc $1 00 8 LB 99 Dinner. 2 11'01 $1 1
Williams as instructor in the . . LOAVU Oranges . BAG Turkey PKOS.
principles of the church and SAVE 20e JIM DANDY SAVE I8c DIXIE OAR ING BROWN N' SERVE TWIN OR FRESH

its Greater teachings.Bethlehem Free Quick Grits . 5lBBAG 49C Flaky Ro IS . 3 Us. $100 Mushrooms . PKO.99c

Will Baptist Church Rev. THRIFTY MAID SAVE 18c DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON' PECAN OR U S. No. 1 IDAHO SELECT BAKING JENO'S SAUSAGE" SHRIMP

Weekly Jasper services Williams begin pastor.with Fruit Drinks . 3 460.CANS $1 Fruit Buns . 2 'As. 88C Potatoes t .. 8 FOR 99e Pizza Roll i . ts.69C
Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir

No. 3 rehearsal. Tuesday .. .
rehearsal. ---- ---------------- -----
night, Senior Choir
Wednesday night. Prayer ; ; ;
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Story Meeting.Hour Thursday at the church.night The 1 JW WIfM MIWW GREEN.lt COWMN STAMPS*M.VVKNAI.W I d7( tint GREEN* MB rot MM*STAMPS*MI Pucnll # I I d7t wwl GREEN N.nl tWNw STAMPS..e WI.N N / I ( a Wltll:I'JI:...GREEN...".CMI.OM STAMPS.N.MlttHAU M / w 4'1J...x...GREEN......twgw STAMPS... ......- N. ;,
Ladies Circle will meet at the 1 ONE 20 CT EKG cm u7o tax 1 ONE 28 .1 JAR TWO'I8'/.01 PKGS / ONE HALFTALMADGE. 1
home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. HEFTY ALL JIFPeanut DUNCAN HINES '1 FARM
Friday night Junior Choir /1 I I Trash Can Liners DetergentGOOD 1 Butter 1 Layer Cake Mixes i Country Cured Ham ,
rehearsal. The Prayer Band i +'" GOOD THRU FEB 27 : +t't THRU FIB 27 GOOD THRU FEB 27 i GOOD THRU FEB 27 / GOOD THRU FEB 27
will meet at the home of Mrs. : No 31 ., ,., .. .-..,., No 32 .,.??. ,N.Ir...??? NO 53 .Out IIV.I -..I 8.1 No 34 ,.,?., ,, No 55 ,a, lor.l WHH0l.lt
Inez Daniels. Saturday the
League Department will serve' ; ; : ; :
from the kitchen. 1 ER E"X.--R EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA

Trustee Day starting will be with observed / I I w An",.MIWt GREEN..*..CMItVM. STAMPS...MIKNAtl M 1 I I .414.". M.GREEN...... 10._STAMPS... ......... .. I I 4'Jt.,,w.._GREEN...*..tOtiMm STAMPS.na**fBCW.M O* I d7l: :...GREEN...... .oOMw STAMPS...NNwN N I r 4'J1"w:..-GREEN....../ONW STAMPS............N :1
Sunday 1 ONE 1 LB JBNNHO 1 ONE 2 IB CUP 1 ONE 10 ot IIBBYUND 1 ONE 34 ai 1 ONE 24.1 c
Sunday School at 9:30: ; BONELESS SUPERBRANOCottage SUNDOWN SUPPER OR COWARDSLemon COZY. KITCHEN ASSORTED :
Morning Worship at 11. i Turkey Roast i Cheese Pirates PUnic ; Meringue Pie ; Layer Cake :
served at 12:30.:
Dinner will be
1 47 GOOD THRU FEB 11 GOOD THRU FEB 27 1 GOOD THRU FIB 27 1 GOOD THRU FtB 27 / rtlS GOOD THRU FEB 27 .
League 4 p.m. Evening No 36 .,..1 No 37 4toi, i not .MM n,i t No 58 .,,.,., No 39.. ,?,.,?., ?,....,? No 60..a.an.....,.? ..
Service, 6 p.m.
Thsecond Sunday in
March the pastor and
congregation wi,: participate 430 Madison St.
in a Family Day service in
High Springs,

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I LEGALSNOTICE **" HAMPTON AREA NEWS ***.&HneFmtaIM ONONONOMONONON,



to register said fictitious name Material recently acquired.This manners in acting as FIUENDS AND NEIGHBORS Niles Scott would also like you
under the provisions of the CITY NEWS Phillips reported that the man method of teaching gives hostesses to their parents, Mr and Mrs. Harold Watersare members to mark your
who to the fire
was repair meetings and attend them.
aforesaid Statute. grandparents and fellow happy to let us know that
Mr. C. truck had heart attack and young students an incentive to
B. Browning has made Hampton City Council met a '
DATED this 11th day of students. Mr. Waters' nephew, Wendell
the Feb. unaable to do the work so excel in subjects they are now
Application to Bradford 12 with all members anda was ,
February, A. D. 1974 Mrs. Earsaline Zimmerman's Waters, from Palatka will
at Starke
learning so they can put themto
it is sent to the Ford
County Zoning Board for number of local citizens being SENIOR CITIZENSThe
Bradford County, Florida sixth grade make his home with them.
practical advantage in later
reclassification of the property present.A report was given on Company for repair. regular Senior Citizens
ALYOUNGA. recently completed a study on Wendell is in the 10th grade at
described below from R1A to F.YOUNG,JR. bad septic tanks in the city, City Marshal Fred Phillips life.Mrs.. Ernestine Denmark'sthird drugs, emphasizing the harm Bradford High meeting was Feb. 15 with
R1C. Located on Hwy. 100 2/144t/ 3/7 and work is being done to reported that he sent a incurred by drug abuse. several visitors present. Mr.

South to wit: All SW 1/4 ot SW improve the situation, The citation to the Seaboard grade has spent much The first grade is losing two Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and Mrs. I Karl; Hoist, of

1/4 W.of G.S:arid F RR, except matter of junk cars in the city Coastline Railroad for time the last two weeks with students this week. We hope entertained guests at a supper Starke, were with us again,

10 acres In SW corner thereof was also discussed, and a blocking Highway 18 for an testing children required by the state. that Devin Carlson and last Thursday evening. Those and D. E. McGunnigle, of

lying and being in Sec. 12-8-22 NOTICE TO BIDDERS further investigation will be unnecessary length of time. The are looking Horace Ray Bell will do wellin present were Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds Wash. Also we had
back
forward
and containing 18 acres more or made. It was announced that The dog situation was to getting to a their new localities. Harrison and Miss Stump, all Miss Betty Bennett of the
less Notice is the proposed budget was discussed, but as yet there is more normal schedule.Mrs. Food Stamp office from
hereby given for Rick Ezzell, the school of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.
This change in classification is sealed bids to be submitted to delayed because the audit was no solution for stray dogs, or Kathryn Wigglesworth physical education instructor Henry Anderson of Lynn Starke, and Miss Kathy
subject to a public hearing to be the Bradford County School just completed the first week the ones that owners do not attended a special session on reports that physicaleducation Haven. Brown, Extension Home

held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at Board, Post Office Drawer 939, in February. Fire Chief care enough for to keep them the Cancer Crusade last classes are running Economics Agent of Starke.

7:30: pm. in the County Starke, Florida 32091, until 5:00: either penned up or tied. Saturday.fifth During will be April the two mini-basketball leagues Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Miss Bennett gave us some
grade
Commission room at the p.m.,on the day of February 28, Mayor Arthur Bruno films and viewing with third and fourth gradersin Brannon and Miss Jessie Mae valuable information on food
Bradford County Court House at 1974, for the furnishing of all presented the Council with studying one league; fifth and sixth Brannon attended Disneylandlast stamps, with a question and

which time all persons interested materials, machinery labor, and StrawberryCake plans for a new firehouse and education.Mrs.publications. on cancer graders in the other. Each Saturday to celebrate the answer period. Miss Brown

shall be heard for or against the equipment for: city hall. He explained that league has been broken down birthday of Miss Brannon. gave us the kinds of foods that
Carol Shields'
proposal as specified in the the lease will be on the fifth into would best help the older
and two divisions: boys and
Zoning Code of Bradford present firehouse there is grade is subscribing to the
Operations Center girls. Mrs. Sue Brannon attendedthe people to keep in good health.
County. Bradford County School Board need for room for the two fire Florida Times-Union and- They are two delightful young
The first team in each funeral of her brother-in-
this
Starke, Floridaat engines. The present city hall using publication extensively division to win three law, Emmett Harris at women and we hope they will
In games ,
John Torode Chairman is need of lot of their teaching
in quite a come back and see us again.
will be considered that Clearwater Mr. Harris
Bradford County Zoning BoardL. which time Bids will be 1 l-lb. 2V4 oz. box yellow repair, and does not have program. Besides discussing league's divisional champ. last There was some business

M. Gaines, Director publicly opened and read aloud. cake mix adequate rest rooms, the important daily current The standings at present are passed afternoon.away Saturday that had to be taken care of, so

2/7 4tp 2/28 Any Bid received after the time 1 3oz. package strawberry mayor said. events and using the as follows: Grades 3 and 4 immediately after the two
and date specified herein will not gelatin The subject of city streets marketing section in line with visitors, there was a
Boys: Globetrotters, 1-1; J.V., HOSPITAL NEWS
their math class the fifth
also discussed and there ,
be considered. V4 cup salad oily was 1-1; Girls: Dribblers, 1-1 ; Mrs. Ruth Dennison is discussion as to whether or not
NOTICEMr. Plans Specifications, and should be more about that at graders are learning the to have a booth at the fair this
cup berry juice (water may the next basics of the stock market Bouncers 1-1; Grades 5 and 6- recovering from surgery in
Contract Documents be meeting.Mr. Due to the fact that most
may be substituted Boys : Tornadoes, 1-1 Alachua General Hospital year.
) ;
has and Allen reports. Mrs. Shields
Mrs.
Ray Brumbaugh
examined in the office of the were Wildcats 1-0 of our members are busy
made Application to the 3 eggs and asked the Councilif distributes to each student the ; Hampton
Owner Bradford
( County School present through the day, it was
Bombers Barncudas
0-2
1-0. Ruddy DeWaters is
Bradford County Zoning Board Board Post Office Drawer 939 1 cup fresh FLORIDA straw- anyone in their neigh. imaginary sum of$1,000 at the ; decided not to attempt a booth
Girls Netters 1-1 Winners 1- from in
for reclassiciation of the Starke, Florida 32091)), at the berries,crushed borhood had a permit for a beginning of the month. At the 1. : Bradford recovering surgery. this year. We hope that by
described below from Pat Glover end of this month, the student County Hospital.HECKEATION
property junk car yard. next will have
office of Don R. Morgan, Ar- Icing: This is a reminder that the year we
BR to BA. Highway 21 3 1/2 asked road wasn't having made the wisest
why a made that
preparations we
chitect P.
A. (Post Office Box Hampton Recreation
miles N. of Melrose to wit: Part 987, Green Cove Springs V4 cup butter opened behind his place, and selections in the stock market, Program will begin : / can have a booth and also to
once
of lots 5 and 6 of unit 3 of Indian Mrs. Trisler about is awarded a special Attention all 4-H members.
1 l-lb. box confectioner'ssugar inquired prize. sell some of the handmade
Florida), and at F. W. DodgeCorporation's with Coed Softball being
Beach formerly Gene Adams Plan Room sifted what caused a water hole. All The formal tea held by Mrs.Shields' again Your regular meetings are the items of the club.
the sport emphasized. first in each month.
Monday
will be looked class on Valentine'sDay
property of the
(Jacksonville, Florida). Vi cup fresh FLORIDA straw- questions Tetherball, hopscotch, Mark calendar and be The ceramics class that
your
This change in classification is was a great success. Mrs.
Plans and Specifications may berries, crushed into.Bills basketball and other to attend. Harold Watersis meets Thursday evening at 7
sure
be Sundem from Starke who is
subject to a public hearing to were approved, and in the Senior Citizens
be obtained as follows: recreational activities will be p.m
the 4-H leader of the
held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at Empty cake mix into large the meeting adjourned. Mrs. Shields' aunt, furnishedher regular room is
of $50.00, two offered. This beginsat progressing nicely
Upon receipt program meetings.The .
7:30: p.m. in the County lovely tea service and
bowl of mixer. Add next four Any adult who is interested in
sets of Plans and Specificationsfor 2:30 and ends at 4:30: every
Commission the bowl besides
room at SCHOOL NEWS punch making
ingredients and mix thor this project is welcome to
this Project will be forwarded Monday and Wednesday 4-H Carpenters
Bradford County Court House at Mrs. Jean Clark's first delicious sandwiches and
Plans and oughly with electric beater. the first come to the class. The next
collect. If beginning Monday in meetings are the first and
which time all interested
cakes for the occasion.
persons the
graders are enjoying using meeting will be held March 1 I.
Specifications are returned in Stir in crushed fresh straw- March. third Tuesdays in each month
shall be heard for or against the new Career Educational Students used their best Come and friend.
proposal, as specified in the good condition, within ten days berries. Pour into two 9-inch bring a

Zoning Code of Bradford after receipt of Bids, the full paper-lined cake pans. Bakein

County. deposit will be refunded. 350 F oven 30 to 35
NOTE: All requests for Plans
minutes or until done. Let
John Torode, Chairman and Specifications shall be made cake cool before For
icing.
Bradford Board through the office of the Ar- pI- pr-
County Zoning the
icing, thoroughly cream
L. M. Gaines, Director chitect.
2/7 4tp 2/28 Each Bid submitted shall be butter and sugar together.Stir BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrice FOOD
accompanied by a cashier's in berries; mix well.

checker bid bond in the amountof Spread icing onto cake.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Five Per Cent of the Bid, CENTER CUT Pantry
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF payable to the Bradford County REGULAR GRIND

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR School Board. Fresh Pride OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE FAIR
Florida SIRLOINSTEAKS
BRADFORD COUNTY. Surety Company shall be

licensed to do business in the

IN RE: ESTATE OF state of Rorida and shall be Strawberry Pie SUPERMARKETS

JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD listed by the United States

Deceased Treasure Department. Surety 8oz. package cream cheese STARKE'S

Company shall, also, comply
14-oz. can sweetened con 320 SOUTH WALNUT T'1iIiiJ.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo with all requirements of the
densed milk
General Conditions and Sup- 1/3 fresh .....0.0..0000.0.. VtA
Florida lime
all creditors and all persons plementary General Conditions, cup WIIK lONUt BUYS GOOD THRUMID
.
LB ( fit it 1974 QUANTITYMK.HTS
having claims or demands of the above Specification.Mr. juice: $159 754 NlflEftVCD
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
against said estate. aIIJ m an plustd It KctflU.ID.JI
You, and each of you, are Jim Temple, Superintendent 9-inch graham cra'cker pie BAG L FOOT STUMPCOUPONS
hereby notified and required to shell

present any claims and demands Bradford County School Board
which you,or either of you, may 2/7 3t 221I Let cream cheese soften to

have against the estate of room temperature;whip until BONELESS CUT | CENTER CENTER rrtfrffr

JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD, fluffy. Gradually add sweet- CHUCK RIB CUT luimttilwnuf ,

deceased, to the Judge of the I will not be responsible for ened condensed milk continuing ROUND-!

said Court, Starke Courthouse any debts made by anyone other to beat until well I

Bradford County, Florida, within than myself. blended. Add lime juice and

four months from the date of the vanilla extract; blend well. STEAKS !ROAST ]1 ROAST

first publication of this notice. Vernon Mobley Pour into prepared crust. inmtin
Each claim or demand must
1/31 4tp 221NOTICE Chill 2 to 3 hours before

be place in writing of residence and must and state post-the garnishing pie with straw- -- S149 1 ..,

office address of the claimantand OF INTENTIONTO berry glaze. 188c: 1 $139

must be sworn to by the REGISTER
| LO"
claimant, his agent, or his attorney FICTITIOUS NAME ff.S.CHOICIEveryDayLowPrke LB i i

or it will become void .....
according to law. Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida

Each creditor shall deliver Statutes, notice is EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
PETER
RAFFONY, DeceasedThe
sufficient of his claim
copies to hereby that the undersigned -
given FRESH TENDERGROUND FLORIDA QH0 SLICED 1/4/
enable the Court to mail one to Fred Sackett, Star CHUCK Boneless Ham *
State of Florida, To All FRESHFRYERS
each personal representative.Dated Route, Hampton, Florida Pork LoinCHOPS
February 1, A. D. 1974 32044 doing business under the Persons Interested in the Estateof STEAKS BEEF
said Decedent
:
firm name of SACKETT 3 Lb. Can $399
You are hereby notified that a
Edna Ray CrawfordAs REALTY, 205 N. Temple Ave., Mry 1101LtlNa WHOLE
Administratrix of the Starke, Rorida 32091 Tel. 964- written instrument purporting to 2 PER
Estate of James Harold Craw. 6522, intends to register said be the Last Will and Testamentof 5 Lb. Can $665 AC
ford Deceased said decedent has been _
fictitious name under the
admitted to probate in said
2/21 4t 3/14 statute.provisions of the aforesaid Court. i FYNE TASTE I CARNATION SLENDERBREAKFAST

Fred Sackett, sole owner. You are hereby commanded Boston Bonnie :
within four calendar months
Dated 25 January, 1974 A. D. at ;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT from the date of the first Grape Jelly
Starke. Florida. 1/31 4tp 2/21/
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF publication of this notice to
FLORIDA IN AND FOR appear in said Court and show Onion Rings DRINK

BRADFORD COUNTY. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT cause, if any you can, why the
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF action of said Court in admitting and Jam
CIVIL ACTION FLORIDA IN AND FOR said Will to probate should not 1 1 ASSORTED FLAVORS

Case No.74-43 BRADFORD COUNTY stand unrevoked


ERNEST M. DELL Husband'and File No.74-46 Theron A. Yawn, Circuit Judge 1 Lb. Pkg.EveryDayLowPrke. 59CAGAR I //59c' ::: : if 5/$1

ANNA L. DELL, Wife. IN RE: ESTATE OF Bradford County, Florida
PETER RAFFONY,deceased 2/144t 3/7 ; 100

NOTICE OF SUIT -
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuySOIIT EveryDayLowPrke

all creditors and all JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
persons
ToAnna: L. Dell
SWItf ft MlLlOWGolden ALL PURPOSE
FLORIDA IN AND FOR JUICY HUM PLUMP TENDER
Rt. 1, Box 77 having claims or demands
said BRADFORD COUNTY RipeBANANAS lAllhTG O COOKINGAPPLES FLORIDACELERY TEMPLEORANGES
Blendale, Delaware 19941 against estate. FRESHMUSHROOMS
You, and each of you, are

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED hereby notified and required to 74-45
present any claims and demands File No. 1-2170
that an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed against which you,or either of you, may ,
and have against the estate of Peter IN RE: ESTATE OF
you you are required to
Raffony,deceased to the Judgeof LOUVIE GANN, Deceased
serve a copy of written
your
the said Court Courthouse I I 100% PURE FLORIDA
defenses if
any to it, on the
plaintiff attorney, whose name Bradford County, Florida,within NOTICE CREDITORSTo STEW &: PORK
and address is Dudley P. Hardy four ((4)) months from the date of ROYAL ;
ORANGEJUICE
all creditors and all
the first publication of this persons
P. O. Box 1030, Starke, Florida,
having claims or demands
notice.
32091 and file th e original with
the clerk of the above styled Each claim or demand must against said estate. GELATINS Roast N Boast
be in writing and must state the You, and each of you, are
court on or before March 30, place of residence and post- hereby notified and required to I I Irani lu.nlr N

1974; otherwise a judgementmay office address of the claimant present any claims and demands I | QRAMMJuct y

be entered against you for and must be sworn to by the which you, or either of you,may IF"'Ar I

the relief demanded in the claimant, his agent, or his attorney have against the estate of Louvie flwrlrcfj 1.75oz FROZEN
complaint or petition. or it will become void Gann,deceased to the Judge of ASSTFLAVORS 9 C 4/11 6/H

WITNESS my hand and the according to law. said Court, Courthouse Bradford [
seal of said Court on February 4, Each creditor shall deliver County, Florida, within six PKGS. ; CANS

1974 sufficient copies of his claim to months from the date of the first

enable the Court to mail one to publication of this notice.
Gilbert S. Brown each personal representative. Each claim or demand must EveryDayLowPrke SOUTHERN BELLE EveryDayLowPrkLYKES EveryDayLowPrkeANQUET EveryDayLowPrke

Clerk of said Court Dated January, A. D. 1974. be in writing and must state the
By: Donna M. BransonAs George H. Pierce place of residence and post- Pantry Prid* BANQUET

Deputy Clerk As Executor of the Last Will office address of the claimantand POTATO Deviled Crabs FRIEDCHICKEN
POT
2/144t 3/7 and Testament of the Estate of must be sworn to by the CHILI PIES

Peter Raffony, claimant, his agent, or his attorney CHIPS 15 Oz. CHICKIN lURKI<
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Deceased or it will become void

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 2/14'41 3/7 according to law. $109 f99 PROZIN4sl
Each creditor shall deliver 9gfryDtrylowRk

Pursuant to Section 866.09 sufficient copies of his claim to

Florida Statutes, notice ii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT enable the Court to mail one to

hereby given that the undersigned EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF each personal representative.Dated .
,A L YOUNG and A. F. FLORIDA IN AND FOR 2/4. A. D. 1974. k I ery0s>flowirk IwnyIMyLowfIrtc CvcrytViylowPrfc lvetyOayl.owtl w VonutSuY

YOUNG, JR.. doing business BRADFORD COUNTY BRECK WILKINSON WMIT*MAIM "OMNIONS Party IOke PLAIN ion
under joe; ,-ll..'l.. HAIR BABy.eewNllaswPOUND"
firm i.;me of YOUNG 81eonSteniay ENGLISH
BISON COMPANi, 117 North Case No. 74-46 As Administratrix of the SHAMPOO_ BLADES .SPRAYSHAMPOO SSROLLSs II CAKE MUFFINS

Walnut/ Street, Starke. Bradford Estate of Louie Gann, Dec.

County, Florida, 32091, intends ESTATE OF 2/144t 3/7 SK= 99C o Qi 39c CAN. 79C '-rn.*!.29_ 3/l ( t201 49c u31/11= /




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WANTED: Maid to do
CLASSIFIED AD RATES FOR SALE: Eskimo Spitz FOR SALE: Vacuum cleaners housework, 4 days a week,
puppies to good homes Used Kirby, Electrolux, Eureka preferably with references. BABY SITTING: In my home, JIMMY MOORE'SSun

Deadline for insertion Cheap. Call 964-8718 after $29.95 and up. Sears Contact Bill Wilson, 9645289or very good care. Two meals MILLER-Brown SportsMORE
Tuesday Noon preceding 5:30: p.m. and weekends. 1tp Powermate $19.95. See the all 9647605. tfchg. provided. Call Celeste Rowe I
2/21 new Bison, most powerful 964-8293. 1tp 2/14 BOAT FOR
Thursday before publication. vacuum cleaner on the 10 Acres Just Out of City, Coed I YOUR MONEY TF
Minimum ---- --------
Charge$2.00 American market, 10 amp ----------- Land.
(Covers 13 Words) ------------ STARKE PH 964-5791
motor. 117N. Walnut St. 964- I
WANTED
Each word over 15 FOR 8787.; 1tchg 2/21 Used furniture STANDARD poodle stud, very 3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths, Volkswagen
10 cents SALE: 22 hand guns refrigerators, washers Dahmar's intelligent, 9647923. 1/17 Fireplace, Fam. Rm., Close To COMPLETE OUTBOARD &<
$19.95, 15 automatic $39.95, Discount House tfchg lOtchg. 3/21 All Conveniences. STERN DRIVE SERVICE
------------
All Classified Ads must be 38 snub 4995. Dahmer's NEW a< USED '1tfJ AND REPAIR

paid for In advance unless you Discount. tfchg LOTS Zoned for mobile homes -- ---- ---- 70 Acres, 10 With Pines,20 With SALES SERVICE COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
have an established account and houses. Several sub- Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared.
with the ------------ 1MI. NORTH OF THE MALL REPAIR
Telegraph in that MOBILE HOME
divisions to choose from. Only MOVING. Also
event SO cents extra charge $95 down. Monthly paymentsto r "UP WANTED J mobile home hurricane an- 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From GAINESVILLE TF CUSTOM GLASS'FISHING BUILT FIBER.BOATS

for billing. Not responsible for FOR SALE: Black and white 19" suit your budget. Ph. 468- choring and mobile home roof City. Good Terms.
errors when given over the TV stand, portable straight 1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. coating. Olin's MOBILE Home
phone or when copy is not stitch sewing machine, good Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows

typed and brought to the of- condition. Set of table lamps, ------------ Starke, Fla. tfchg Planted Pecan Trees CARS CARS CARS
lice. cocktail table with two odd WANTED: Maid experienced.

end tables. Reasonable, Ph. TV Color picture tubes only Apply in person, Starke Motor 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATIONPLUS
Court 301 North. tip 2/21 Lot.
964-8464. 1tp 2/21 $79 plus labor, Dahmers AUTOMOBJLESUSED 30 DAY WARRANTY

Discount. tfchg. ------------ 2 BR CB Const., Built Recently. ON MOST CARS
----
-------
r FOR SALE J

FOR SALE: Double oven stove FOR SALE Registered Angus LIKE MONEY? See mel) Wanted CALL US,WE HAVE MORE OWNED &< OPERATEDBY

and side side Bull Calves. J. B. White. 2 aggressive young men, A STARKE MAN
by refrigerator Phone 9646114. tfchg immediately. 117 N. Walnut FOR SALE: 1962 Ford F-100
freezer, coppertone excellent St. 1tchg 2/21 longwheel base pickup. Fairly
Mar chant Auto Sales
condition $400.
Ph. 9647306.
------------ good condition $250. Ted
GEORGE ROBERTS
FOR SALE: Pair of wedding 1tp 2/21 1329 Bessent Road.
------------ Oglesby, REAL ESTATE GAINESVILLE
rings, cost $695. Like new FOR SALE: Argentine hay, Ph. 9645240. Itp 2/21
$295 or best offer. ------------ 1636 S.E. 3RD AVE.
964-8173.
Itp 2/21 $1.50 bale Argentine seed 80 WANTED: Maid at Tc-Rena 986 N. Temple Ave., StarkePh. ,
lb. ------------
cents Ringneck Pheasants .964-7826 MARCHANT WILL
Motel. No calls
FOR SALE: Registered Angus $4.00 each Wild turkeys $15 221WANTRESS phone please. Wayne Douglas AssociatePh.
------- 1tp TREAT YOU RIGHTTIRED
----- Bull Calves. J. B. White. each,2 Hulsey game cocks. J. FOR SALE: 1970 Plymouth .964-6593

Phone 964-6114 or 964-8775. M. Edwards, Box 628, Phone Duster,2 door sedan AT, R &
------------
tfchg. 9645379. 4tp 2/28 H, $1195; 1969 Mercury oerooooo0oooooax oo
FOR SALE: Reg. Angus bull 5
Marquis 4 door HT, full
years old. Ph. 485-4631. TripleH ------------ ------------ WANTED: Apply
& Air 964-
power $995. Ph. $ SAYERFRED OFWORKING
Ranch. 1tp 2/21 In person Horns Restaurant. 8253. 1tp 2/21
FOR SALE: SPECIAL: Frame, 2 WATSON'SHOUSE Road 301, N. Lawtey. tfchg.MISCELLANEOUS .
------------
bedroom house in excellent VACUUMS DAVIS
------------
condition with furniture for FOR

FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars $8,000. A. J. Thomas, Many brands of new vacuums CMC TRUCKS- PONTIAC"A
BUICK
made in Japan by Gibson now Realtor. Tel. 864-6162. LillianC. $39.00 up. Used machines FOR SALE: 1972 Plymouth
at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. Pearson, Associate, Tel. from $10. Expert Repairs all Scamp. Gold like new tires, LITTLE RIDE CAN SOMEONE ELSE?
782-3806. tfchg.Robert's makes. Parts and'Accessoriesfor good condition $2,100. Call SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
all vacuums. Built in for appointment, 9645732. GREEN COVE SPRINGS"INSURANCE
-- ----------
central vacuum cleaning tip 2/21
---- -- ------
systems. 712 N. Main,
Gainesville 3767110. TF ------------
ROOF PROBLEMS? Call R andS AT REDUCED RATES

Plumbing Service Roof Paint and Repair FOR SALE: Pickup truck Ford AUTO FIRE. BOAT

Service, 35 years experienceand Currier 1973, 10,400 miles DOYLE E. CONNER SUNOCO
references. 964-6622 or
REMODELING t FOR RENTFOR 431-1768. 1tp 2/21 6777 W/cap, 2300.like new.tip 2/21 Call 964- INSURANCE AGENCYTCHG


NEW ADDITIONS ------------
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NEW INSTALLATIONS RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnished NURSERY: Preschool Instruction FOR SALE: 1964 Chevrolet BRASINGTONCAD1LLACOLDSMOBILE
house, 2 bedroom ages 3 to 5, 2 :
Impala good condition $400.
Looking For A ?
furnished house also house in vacancies. Ph. 9648404. 1tp 9647306. Itp 2/21 SALES& SERVICE Change
24 HR SERVICE country. W. H. Nollman. 2/21 Fine selection of Used Cars

tfchg. Taken On Cadillac Trades Sunoco Offers
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FREE ESTIMATES ------- -----
2001 N.W.13th 378-5.101
------------ 1. PAID TRAINING 2.

Call 782-3563 Lawtey, Fla. ; 2)iI4pd) FOR EXPERIENCED CHILDCARE GAINESVILLE 3.3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION 4. 30 FINANCING.000 GAL /MO

FOR RENT: Room In my home, For working mothersin r LOST AND FOUN1 ALLOCATION
for white single person, Rt. my home one meal
230 1 provided. 9645154. FOR INFORMATION CALL:
..gats ffnvsvrrvvv'fTrfVTn' saa 6T5 aTB 1/2 miles past hospital. Itp 2/21 Adult Mobile
Access to rest of large home.
MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-O941
Park
$20 weekly. 964-8279 after 7 ------------ Home

p.m. 2/212tp 228FOR LOST COW: In Lawtey EVENING: ((904)) 378-0108

FILL DIRTHauled NEED GRASS MOWED?? Peetsville area, reward. Call IN CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH TF
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4 Phone 9646308. 1tp 2/21 9647936. 1t 2/21 WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD

GROCERY AND NEW
RENT Duplex _.
: Apartment, ------------ ----- - -
r777TZ / / 2 BR, unfurnished except SHOPPING CENTERTF OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES

stove. $115 per month. REDUCE Safe 8Fast with "
Location 122 N. Myrtle St. Ph. GoBese Tablets & E-Vap JO-LU COURT HWY. 100 W. PH. 96/-5606 i,, .I

964-8082. tip 2/21 HOUSES FOR U.S. 301 SOUTH : 'In'
SALE
"water pills" Andrews
WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT. .d.J-tl: .
Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison, PHONE 964-8810 .. .aa;;.
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SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED aREPOSSES
Starke. 2/21 4tp 3/14 LARGE <

SED HOMES IN GOOD

Call 468-1873 FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom trailer on ----- ---- --- CONDITION ..T A REASONABLE PRICE
South end of Griffis Loop. Ph. 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath Doublewide MH United FarmAgencyInc TFYOUNG'

964-7939 or 964-8245. Itp CLEAN-carpets the save and on 1 acre. Complete hookup for

STEPHEN SMITHSTAR 2/21 safe way with Blue Lustre. another MH Spring Lake

Rent electric shampooer $1. Access $13,650 REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
------------ Devrlck Inc., 301 E. Call St.,
964-6163. 3 BR, 1 bath, CB $14,500 PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE CO.

ROUTE HAMPTON.FLA. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile FAULKNER-ASSOC.
3 BR 1 Bath, Frame $15,500
a B JULUA a B a a a n an til home Ph. 964-8245 Griffis or Loop 9645690.no pets.1tp Adding machines; typewriters, ROBERT FAULKNERASSOC.LOUISE ,.. o Vacuum Cleaners

2/21 office supplies. Bradford County. Brick, 3 BR 2 Baths MCRAE-ASSOC. ,-.tJ
Telegraph TF Cent heat-air $30,000 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE o s*" and Shampooers

STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65
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A.J.THOMAS, REALTOR WANT TO SELL OR BUY 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
WE NOW HAVE diamond 205 N.Temple Ave.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished needles for any make or model 964-6162 REAL ESTATE? STARKE. FLA.

FACTORY house, vacant stereo player. Dahmer's LILLIAN C. PEARSON, CALL US FOR BEST PRICES SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY.
DRESS March 1st. $100. Ph. 964- Discount House tfchg ASSOCIATE PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
8404. tip 2/21 782-3806 "1 'II

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REMNANT SALE SAWS SHARPENED work
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or FOR SALE: Small 3 bedroom Pumps STARKE BUILDERSA
FOR RENT: Rooms low weeklyrate. leave at Jackson frame house 1 1/2 miles from

Phone 468.9653.5tp 3/7 Supply, Starke or Keystone Building city limits off Raiford Road, New And UsedSALES COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Heights. Tfchg. 11900. Ph. 964-7015 2/21 PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
------------ 3tp 3/7 STARKE FLA
Saturday February 23 rd PARTS
------------ Congoleum Shinyl Vin1"THE
------- --- -- SERVICE "
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer. MIKE STARLINGS: LAND NO WAX FLOOR'
Water furnished. 2 miles west CLEARING, FILL DIRT. 7 DEEP &< SHALLOW WELLS $4,KQ
COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT *6
Road 100. 964-8797. 1tp 2/14 miles South of Starke on 301. SOP
Your R SQ YD
7:30 A. M. Till Noon Only 46&14201/31 5tp 2/28 Plumbing Supplies

Real Estate BeautifullySculptured
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NEEDED Blood donations to EXPERT SERVICEON
: HI LOW NYLON
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile replace blood used for Mrs. Broker ALL MAKES MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS Mg o
homes outside city limits. J. Myrtle I. Garver, wife of FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $Di f f
Trade-
B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no Eugene Garver. Can be givenat Buy Sell- PHONE 964-7O61 INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD

Macclenny C.M.T. Factory answer call 9648775. tfchg. Bradford County Hospitalor AppraisalsCALL Shag
UF Medical Center, DurrancePUMP
ttttttttWANTED Gainesville. Ph. 964-6258. Itp BILL POWELL THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK!

30 Barber Rd. 1/21 REAL ESTATE ft< SUPPLY CO. tOO% CONTINUOUS NYLON MANY TF
t 964-6464 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
J 864-N TEMPLE AVE. $7 95
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INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
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Off Hyway 121 ADA The flowers were still ASSOCIATES: e0.0.0.0.o ALong

beautiful. I love you too. Jack
WANTED : Master D. will be waiting. Flora tip Ralph Bryan ChampHome
cosmetologist. Well lighted 2/21 9646208Bob : Bill's C. B. Radio

shop. Good clientele. 964-
Milner and 321 Temple Ave.
8441 2/142tchg 2/21 ------------

Macclenny, Fla. LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast 9646026 'Building Materials 9&4.834&
------------ ACREAGE 1 100 Acres
to -
with X-11 Diet Ran 300. WE BUILD Starke, Fla.
REDUCE Excess Fluids with with Highway frontage -
X-Pel $3.00. Money Back several locations. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS All Types Of Electronic Equipment
HELP WANTED: Male Experienced
The Bradford Co. Telegraph electricians and Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3- Lake Front Beautiful year YOUR LOT OR OURS"

experienced apprentices. 4/11 15tchg round home on choice lake. FREE ESTIMATES EXPERT INSTALLATIONBill

WILL SELL Apply Bell Electric, Keystone
Heights. tfchg.WANTED 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C.B. REMODELING REPAIRS <
HOUSE PAINTING: Brush or 'with Heat and Air Carpet I
ADDITIONS
ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO spray Interior and exterior. Enclosed garage beautiful lot in
: Manager trainee, Hourly or by contract, quality Starke. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD Now Sells Hunting 8. Fishing licenses
career with progressive workmanship guaranteed.Free TRADED
APPEARING IN THE PAPER consumer finance company. estimates given. Lonnie SMAC..nt": 6 On & All Management Permits.
Call for interview. 964-5010, Roberts, Raiford, Fla. Call nice etrK'Srfte"Ji'i ACREAGE FOR SALE
John Bradley. 1/31 4tchg after 6 p.m. 4311768. 4tp 964-6853 Home ol the Magnetic, Signs

2/21/ 2/23 LET US HELP YOU 24 Hour Service
Coat $2.25 Each BUY SELL OR TRADEI) HWY. 301 S.STARKE TF i

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95 Inducted Into BHS Honor Society



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Ninety-five students at SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES"The
and Mrs.
Bobby Jones; Rhoda
Bradford High School were Jones laughter of Mr. and .
initiated into the Junior- NHS' purpose is to Harold Godwin; Eoline Mrs. Reed Jones Donnie
Senior National Honor Society serve the school and com of Mr. and of Mr. and
Green daughter Kelley son Mrs. of Mr and Mrs L. B
JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEESRae
the BITS library of Mr. and Mrs. E.
recently in munity. They also hold Mrs Harry Green; Richard George D. Kelley; Joy Lame, daughter (Register, Jr ; Panda I Thorn
"This number of students tutoring clinics for special Hall, son of !Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O G. Saxon; Jan Searle Yawn. son of Mr and !Mrs. Cecil ton, daughter of !Mr and ulrs I .
represents only 10 percent of students who need tutors. Rodney Hall; Ruth Hazen, M Yarborough; Debbie daughter of Chester Searle Frampton, Darlene Hobbs Vernon Thornton, Debra
the BHS student body!" stated Each member is responsiblefor daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack !Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Grace Searle; John TWELFTIIGRADE daughter of Mr and Mrs J. C Vickery, daughter of !Mr and
Charles Francis, principal of participating in service Hazen; Terri! Hicks daughterof !Mrs. Frank !Mitchell; Glen Tyson son of Mrs. Mamie Harriet Faulkner daughterof Hobbs; Frederick A. Jackson Mrs. Edwin Vickery; Robin
BUS and also guest speakerfor activities of the club," states Mr. and !Mrs. Olin Rowe; !Mullins son of Dr. and Mrs. Tyson; Sharon Williams Mr. and Mrs. Harvey son of Mr and Mrs. W T Williams, daughter of Mr and
the initiation Miller "We also sponsoredthe Nancy Hildreth daughter ofMr. R. S. Mullins; Donna Pauley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner; Susan Faulkner Jackson Sr., Susan Pearsall D1rs.John R Williams; Jency
The "'ationaillonor Society WAPE Basketball game and !Mrs H. R. Hildreth; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. James A. Williams; Diane daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. PaulFaulkner daughter of Mrs Juanita Watson, daughter of Mr and
consists of two groupsJunior for the Richard Crews Fund." Karen Howe, daughter of Mr. M Pauley; Joy Saxon Yawn daughter of Mrs Lila ; James Frampton Pearsall; Steve Register son Mrs. W R Watson.
((9th and 10th grades) and As the initiation program andMrs.L.T. Howe; !Michelle
Senior !tilth and 12th grades). began, the former Senior Jenkins daughter of !Mr and :,
In order to become a memberof officers walked into the !Mrs.J. D.Jenkins; Helen Lee, EJ.aGLE"S'Y'PO'
the Honor Society a student library first, with the new and daughter of !Mr and Mrs. Treatment
must qualify in five very old members following !Marvin Lee; Lynn !Moxley,
important Mays He or she behind, each holding a lighted daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. Ben REG .99
must obtain a 3.4 grade point candle. The members marched !Moxley; Briar Patray, Now
average if a freshman or in to the sound of daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. 69c

sophomore, or a 3.2 average if "Trumpets Volunteered."The Patray; Lynn Pierce,
a junior of senior. welcoming speech was made daughter of Mr and Mrs. 1 I IOM OffER
"These are strictly A-B by Mr Miller The initiation George Pierce; John Samons ftt jKDO
students," states Steven service was conducted by son of Mr. and Mrs. John
!Miller, sponsor of the NHS. President Hjalmar McMillan Samons; Mimi Scott, ? ayLP t ''GAK cM.mY

An "NHS initiate must also Then speeches were made by daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. *
have demonstrated good Eddie Blalock on Leadership; Scott; James Starling son of PtapFOFtLMalOh'1

citizenship, character Deborah Shuford on James E Starling; Ken f mat p ., \ _
leadership service and Character; Paul Hutchins on Whitehead son of Mr. and _.a I II
scholarship Service; and Kathy Casey on !Mrs L. K. Whitehead
Scholarship. SAVE 13% TO 51 % THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY !

Principal Francis gave his TENTH" GRADE I
Learn The Art speech on "Motivation and Robert Best son of Mr. and ,.r
Understanding." He clearly !Mrs. Verl Best, Sonja Biggs
Of Self Defense pointed out that the parents daughter of !Mr and !Mrs R.
were there because THEIR E. Biggs; Karen Crawford \
Class in KARATE & KUNG-FU child was there. "In most daughter of !Mr. and Mrs I I
will meet on Tuesday and cases there is not a generationgap Cecil E. Crawford Jr.; Andy ey
Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. at between the parents and Crews, son of Mr and Mrs. ,
Bradford-Union Area Vocational the students here because the Harold Crews; Teresa i

Technical Center.Registration parent and child understandswhat DeVore daughter of !Mr. and 4,7; y4 oy I 1
is expected of each !Mrs. John D. DeVore; Debbie
Fee for the 6 week other." stated Francis. Douglas, daughter of Mr. and ,* '
course is $24.00. "Each student has his Mrs. Edward Douglas ,

certain rules regulations or Cynthia Edwards, daughter of r0 N1
The class is sponsored by your guidelines made in his familyto Mr. and !Mrs William H. 6SUMMEpC00lAy
Community School Program make it more understanding Edwards; Anita Green, AVE t37.: TOWS J,5 :
," he stated. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i it MEN'SFAMOUS 1s
Instructor: Ray Ramsey "Less than 10 percent of the Herbert Green; Julie Griffis s MAKER
BLACK BELT student body are members of daughter of !Mrs. Delores DRESS SLACKS
the NHS, but I could go out !Morgan, Alicia Jackson
and pick another 10 per cent of daughter of !Mr and Mrs. n \tSAvIN SAVE
31/
E iI SAVE % SAVE 2101-
the student body that would Charles Jackson; Jennifer r
qualify if their parents had Jockel daughter of Mr. and i MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER ISLAND SUN BOUNTY JUMBO ROLL 1 GALLON EAGLE
r r motivated them the way this Mrs Richard Jockel; Kathy w.s......-' WALK SHORTS SLICED PINEAPPLE PAPER TOWELS ANTI FREEZE

group had. And each of these Locke, daughter of Mrs. Joy .i Permanent prase.t .
students could be more in- Torode; Donna Page, i t Out Polyester blonds. Ell DiI
fluential in motivating their daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. L. Sup.rhlytmla.d.

By friends to be a better W. Page Jr. Rosie -, I Wide 29-42.selection.S.iei 0.m.n .. r4..w 3.8" 0.01...........w. 0.. 01...... P.,.. *. ,._.42C" a.,a........ rile. W. '
student Richardson daughter of Mr a "
It was Francis' first NHS and Mrs Tillman Richardson Firm tailored walk shorts in permanent For salads' desserts 0.10 add to dif, Absorbs mar.absorbs foster. Assorted Anti freeze and summer coolant.
Charlotte press polyester blends c colors. 120 ir'nll"sheets. anti! boil" anti! leak A /trust for
initiation and he f.r.nlm.alchek.narhomroclpos. two ply
Lunrford ceremony Danette
; Rodrique, Wide, of solids and ,
assortment air conditioned Protects'
cars
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stated that he impressed Comes in heavy syrup. 20 oz.can, Strong wet or dry and soft too.
was ,
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quite daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. fanel" S" 29-42. Limit. two. No Rmneheek.. year raund.L'2.No Rmichechs.
I STOCK-DYED? as to how it took P. Hodrique; Sheila Sapp
SPACE-DYED? place. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
After Mr Francis' D. Sapp; Liz Scott, daughterof mnmf)
Oftentimes a carpet salesman presentation. President !Mr. and Mrs. Reese R.
McMillan and !Miss Cindy Scott; Mike Sherman son ofMr
will tell that this
you is a 'spacedyed" -
Edwards installed the new and !Mrs. John F. Sher-
carpet or that the fibersin members. led the "NHS
They man; James Stalnaker son of
the carpet are "stock-dyed". Oath of Allegiance. After the !Mrs Ella Stalnaker; Darlene
Just what does he mean? He is ceremony refreshments were Stancil, daughter of !Mr. and
simply referring to the method of served outside the Library. Mrs. C. E. Stancil; Laura Kay
dyeing the fibers in the carpet. The list of the new honor Thomas daughter of !Mrs.

Stock-dyed carpet fibers are society members are as Seleeta Thomas; Judy AVE 1.% AVE j'/ SAVE !.* SAVE l.f.6
those which are dyed before the follows: Thomas daughter of !Mr. :and MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE MEN'S NYLON MESH EAGLE PIECE AM 3PIECEMAGIMATICIMPERIAL 2-1 GALLON EAGLE
yarn is spun. On the other hand !Mrs Glen Thomas; Larry KNIT SPORT SHIRTS I KNIT DRESS SHIRTS CASUALS TRANSISTOR RADIO CAMERA l/2"i60' GARDEN HOSE LIQUID CHLORINE
:NINTH; : GRADE White, son of Mr. and Mrs.
spacedyeing is a process Ann Allen daughter of Mr Olin White; Shuri Williams eAS ;wEll eef wA1 Em rAr ,
whereby different colors .
are and Mrs R. E. Allen; daughter of Mr and !Mrs.
printed along the length of the Deborah Bradley daughter of James F. Williams Can-d. ,
yarn before it is tufted into the Mr and Mrs Clyde Bradley, \/ ly stripes .., Inn.ball.'y., earphone, I .
S'UO' S.M.L. and fancies. Sues llii.l7t sole.Assorted colors7/12 ."ap. 90 day warranty.. cartridge film & CE cubes. year guaran.... No deposit. No returns
Tina and Gina Brown
carpet. Space-dyed carpets are ELEVENTHGRXDE
usually three-colored, and quite daughters of Mr and Mrs. Alice Atwood daughter of
beautiful. Millard Brown; Pamela Mr. and !Mrs. W. F. Atwood. '

See us when you want lovely Chapman daughter of Mr Sr.; Amy Blalock. daughter of '
and Mrs A W. Chapman; !Mr. and !Mrs. Jimmy Blalock; erv"j
Look wide ss. MICRIN
carpet. over our __ 4sl ( r 1
Darla Christopher, daughterof Beth Chapman daughter of S fa I LUS.lI
selection. Not
only do we have
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Mr.and Mrs. A. W. Chapman; {J-
space-dyed and stock dyed Christopher Cindy Beth t i
; Joan Dyal daughter of !Mr. St tit t
carpets but many other carpets Davis, daughter of Mr and and !Mrs. Jerry A Dyal; I \ SAVE ItZ _
featuring additional dyeing Mrs James Davis; !Margaret Benita Franklin daughter of J BOYS DRESS eF.
methods.ehJrl.Jllek. Diane Davis daughter of Mr Mr and Mrs. Robert : SAVES/ AVB SUMS
I SHIRTS
and !Mrs Oscar Davis Susan \ MEN'S DRESSAND COUNSELORBATH SAVE 33% 1'1. SAVE432
Elva
; Franklin, Hampton son '
Edwards,daughter of Mr and of Mrs. Maggie Murphy; Ada MEN S FAMOUS MAKER I II g. CASUAL SHOES SCALE PLASTIC PHOTO CUBE AIR COOL AUTO SEAT MICRIN MOUTHWASHSAVE PLUS
T-SHIRTS
Mrs William H. Edwards; Jo Harper, daughter of Rev. WAS. WAS tAf eAf

eal>9el Lisa Ekard daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Harper; rt\' \'\ ..Aii. SI ...JM'_ ,w-.w-
and Mrs J. E Ekard; An- Susan Hewitt daughter of y ,
j thony Franklin, son of !Mr. and Mrs. Doris D. Hewitt; Johnny 100% cotton T-shirts, white Permanent press, dacron & Handsome selection of Fully to 300 adjustable lb. Many* colors.feeignsup Displays five 3'4x7', pictures Ventilated cushion auto For breath protection and
Mrs Robert Franklin: Ellen Hobbs. son of Mr and !Mrs. J. with contrasting trim in coh'or cotton long sleeve shirts. styles, oxfords or buckle at one time. Ideal for seat keeps the drivers coolAssorted temporary relief of minor
GAINESVILLE 3003 N E 19TH LORIO DRIVE 326O! George daughter of !Mr and R. Hobbs; P.J. Jenkins son of and sleeves. S-M-L-KL. Selection of colors. 8-1& Sizes 7.12. home or office, colors. throat irritations 12oz<

..HONE .9O4> 373 9S4e Mrs William George; Jay Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Jenkins;
Godwin, son of !Mr and Mrs. Kathy Jones, daughter of MrFAUM .

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LARGE SEIECTION OF NEW AVB f
t I II :: SKINNY RIB ll' *K
GIRLS'SLACKS
I TIACTOIS NOW IN STOCK I II --JJ PULLOVERS .t".A.

I SK 1 l SAYE 49%(' r r SAVE % fib 24 ounc
SAVE
I Quality Se>rviee> / SAVE nxJOHNSON'S
,. ASSORTED SAVE six 11 FT. ASSORTEDPIECE ASHTRAY SET
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EQUIPMENT CO.i _3e WAS 1.365W WOMEN'S SHOES QUILTED GARMENT BAG RE-WE8INQ KIT WITH HOLDER
+ BABY LOTION
i Oliver Sales used \ .: Turf-Ian ec k. polyes* ,. I .Af
I I new < Back 501 cot i. e4f ally
r Service I II t I Ipp or. ter kninn
Fashion colorsS.ietSML ton. Never T
I HWT 111 } equipment I needs pres Assorted styles and colors. S4"x19"xU". Heavy duty Makes your old lawn rurniturtt Importede Colorful set of 3 !b .A3I BB'N"
7-14. Sues 510. Not all stylosm th upper. Vinyl. look hk, now again ceramic ashtrays and metal,
LaCrosseFla. SATOH TRACTORS sing. every star.. Assort colors. Aisorted colors stand. 9 ounce.
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