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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 28, 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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Improvements and property transfers totaling close

1I to $100,000 are now under way in the Call Street

The Early Bird business district, indicating that Starke's original
: "downtown" is still competing for its share of local

I LI business in spite of new shopping center competition.
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Topping the list is a $30,000 modernizing program

) rbr : Gets The Gas now under way at the Florida Theatre, located at the

corner of Can and Walnut Streets, still one of Starke's
busiest intersections.
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The owners, Mr. and Mrs Robert Barksdale, of

.... .....'J'f .... In Starke Now Starke, recently sold their theatre in Marianna and
are spending more of their time on their Starke
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You can still buy gasoline in opening until 11 a.m were all operation. The improvement program includes in-
i Starke, but you have to get up three doing a steady stream of stallation of push back seats, the moving of the ticket
\ at an early hour If you are to business at 7:30: ( a.m. sales office to inside the lobby, a new front, and

I !' be sure of getting served. By noon on Tuesday the redesigned marquee, paneling of the mezzanine and
Tuesday morning only three situation had changed again, downstairs
lobby, carpeting, and new concessions
j. stations could be found open, with the Eastern station
, even In the early a.m. Hurst's closed, hoses hanging over equipment
Shell, Shuford's Standard, and pumps. Shuford's station Barksdale said the number The theatre will be closed
the Eastern station on displayed out of gas signs that of seats in the theatre will be this weekend, Barksdale said,
I Browniee Street managed by blocked the drive next to his reduced from 350 to 275 due to since the new seats are being
II C. B.Brown which hasn't been pumps, and only Hurst's the increased amount of space installed, but it Is planned to
I appeared to be selling gas. required by the. new type reopen on March 8.
Other stations were open, seats.
\ :. /' :'" ...' Falkner's Gulf was busy, and Four business properties
:0 1 24-25 Loins pumping gas, as was the Gulf along Call Street are changing
:: station at the corner vf SR-16 ownership, with two sales
and 301 and the new Texaco Yo-Tech completed, and two not yet
Hit Crops station on 301, although sign! final.
marked part of his pumps Gerald Brown Starke insurance -
Dr. Simmons I Presume! stating "Out of Regular." has
agent, purchased
Lows In the 24-25 degree Other stations, Houston's Teacher two long-vacant buildings

Commissioner 01 Agriculture Doyle Conner and lead 1511) years ago. During his stopover here Conner expressed Tuesday range were and recorded Wednesday here Gulf, the Fina service on 301, near the railroad on E. Call
members 01 his party are pictured passing the old Bradford Intt'rl'llt In the preservation of the old courthouse In his native and others were pen but they Street from Ben SuslGw.
mornings, heavily damaging
County courthouse on the third day 01 their 220 mile trek from county and said It was In keeping with the restoration of other tender young growth that were all displaying,' signs Documentary stamps vn the
:.a ,'. St. Augustine to Tallahassee, re-enactlng the role of Dr. historic buildings now In progress throughout Florida. (See trees and plants had sprouted reading "Out of Gas. Is Killed deeds indicate a sale price of
Simmons In the selection 01 Florlda's territorial capital site story and other pictures on editorial page). In the wake of the warmest A spokesman said they for didn't Houston'sGulf know $9.000.

January in many years when they would receive their Brown, who now occupies
County Agent Bobby Taylor March allocation, but they On 1-95 the former Bill Powell In-
said Wednesday morning It had enough gasoline CJI1 hand surance site in Starke Plaza,
Sentences Handed Down was impossible to assess to sell about 1,000 gallons per Roy Melvin Sellers, 50, says he is in the process ot
damage until after a waiting day and hopefully "hold on" Diesel Mechanics Instructor restoring the buildings, with
period to see how plants until the March supply is In. at the Bradford-Union Voc- new roofs, new floors, and new
weathered the late winter Houston's station, like the Tech. Center was killed as he fronts. He plans to complete
onslaught. He felt sure, others that are open and have walked on Interstate Highway the work within another
however, that most posted no gas signs, are 95 some 16 miles north of St. month and will occupy one of
In Prison Trials strawberry bloom and fruit remaining open to do service Augustine late Sunday night. the buildings for his own office .
Rioting would be lost, and the season work, and like the other St Johns County offices of and will offer the other
for
its rent.
stations Houston's
until ,
delayed a new crop says the Florida Highway Patrol
comes on in March. Berry 1,000 gallon supply lasts us Walter Brunofsky of Bed-
Trials of the Garment was for a charge of assault murder of five in Dade maximum penalty of 5 said Sellers apparently
people years. acreage Is light this year, with until about 10 to 11 a.m. ford Lake, former of
Factory 14 were concluded with intent to commit murder County, Florida. He was Edwards received 15 years on an esumated total of only 100 Houston's spokesman said stepped into the path of an and used operator
Tuesday morning, February in the first degree, carrying a convicted for those murders the riot charge Edwards is In acres they are opening around 7 oncoming vehiCle as he was an store antique near Keystone appliance Heights,
26, when Judge Theron A. maximum penalty of 15 years. on January 8, 1971, October 20 prison on four separateconvictions Heavy frost accompanied am. returning to his pickup truck has the former
Yawn sentenced Nathaniel He was also found guilty of and October 26, 1971. for robbery In Wednesday's freeze when the Freeman Register of which was disabled along the purchased Hardware building
Pressley to 30 more years in Instigating a riot, also The jury's verdict against PineUas County, Florida. mercury dipped to 24 In the Register Oil Company in highway Sellers, according Manning(next to the old Florida Bank i
the office
prison and co.defendant carrying a maximum penalty Edwards was for assault with Charges against 14 black early morning hours, and was Starke said he hoped that his to patrol was from George Manning of
knocked feet from the
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James E. Edwards to an of 15 years. Pressley Is ser- intent to commit murder in still at 30 round 10 a.m. There firm would start receiving the, with
additional term of 20 years.A ving time at Raiford for the second degree, carrying a (See Page 51 was little If any frost In the dry March allocations this week. Chevrolet point of impact driven with by Gary a 73 documentary Keystone Heights stamps indicating -

member Jury returned .-------------- -------------- --------------. freeze Tuesday morning, "We may be able to start Henderson Neasman, Jr. of a sale price of $7,500.
a guilty verdict against the i i iI when a low of 25 was recorded delivering by Friday at the 828 Maley Street, Daytona This site has been the location
two defendants Friday, at 5 a.m., with freezing earliest, although we might Sellers was on the west side of a hardware store for some
February 22,at4:45 p.m. after I The Day That Started Wrong I temperatures continuing until have a delivery as early It's as of the roadway and the 50 years! (formerly Starke
Thursday evening. a
deliberating the testimony mid-morning. Neasman vehicle was Hardware). but the new
and evidence for about an I I I Pastures had greened up matter of logistics when It travelling southbound at an owner plans to offer new and
hour and a half. The five day Monday, April 30, 1973 was garment factory, because In their rebellion some of the during the mild January, and comes to delivering you can estimated speed of 50 to 55 used furniture and appliances,
trial had been in progress Just another day for most of they did't! like the way It was Inmates stepped over the would be badly burned by this only serve so many outlets at m.p.h. with some antiques.
since Monday, February 18. us, but a day that John Green being run. They were out to prescribed line of march. week's cold, Taylor said. one time." The accident was In-
Sapp will never forget. upset the established order of Others followed. The march Four-day forecast: Cold Register said his firm was Patrol The two sales that are still
vestigated by Highway
Verdict against Pressley John goes to bed each night things.A was halted. The rebellious front Friday and Friday night completely out of gasoline but Homicide Investigator John pending are the old Half Moon
with a few reminders of the disturbance had been Inmates were reprimanded with chance of showers. Little said he felt deliveries of the Greene and Trooper W. S. Hotel building. belonging to
day haunted by the horror of planned to happen the for their breach of discipline. or no rain. Cooler Saturday March allotment would Aikin at 7:57: p.m.Sundaynight. the estate of the late Stella
memories beforefaring previous Friday, April 27 but Finally they reported to the and Sunday. Warmer Mon- definitely start by Tuesday of Pappas, which is being sold to
an opportune moment did not next week at the very latest, parties from Jacksonville,
asleep, but thanking (See day. (See Page 5))
Page 5))
his GOd for the two black men present itself for it to be and the former Davis Hotel
who saved rum from death, staged and carried out. building whose sale is being
perhaps. That was the day Saturday came More free negotiated with a prospective
that John pronounced time. More( planning. Sunday owner from Canada. It Is not
was
"dead." came, the plot thickens. The Thieves Eat In known what either of these
John Is a cripple, maimed plan gained strength. More May Style buildings will be used for.
and lame for life. John goes to inmates. were Induced to Both are located on West Call
bed every night with a gimpy participate It was to happen Street.
left by Monday for sure. Thieves missed the gravy Wednesday. the Johns residence was investigation that they heard
leg, supported a strong
steel brace, enabling John to Monday morning, time to boat,although they took more The break.in, discovered by gained by tearing the kitchen dogs barking in the neigh- Another vacant building on
walk with the aid of a cane report to the garment factory than enough silver service to the Johns' son, Phillip, last door from Its hinges while the borhood at around 10 p.m West Call, belonging to Mrs
The Inmates lined Two eat In the six afternoon netted out of town. Feb. 20. Lex Green, was recently
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER held In his right hand. A cane, up. by style ID-poWld Thursday family was Wednesday night, .
a brace and a limp. two by two they marched to sirloin roasts also taken from the thieves 16 place settings of Deputy John Dempsey, on "You can tell them for me redecorated and is now oc.cupied
.M.rch In..m. Prized possession of John? work. A newly painted green the home of 1\Ir. and Mrs. silver valued at over, $1,000, the scene with Investigator there is nothing left here, so by Asher Sullivan'sAthletic
Friday Well! Dead men don't limp, stripe to indicate the Jerome Johns of E. South along with the roasts, antique Glen Sapp and Deputy Glen they needn't bother coming House, a sporting
.t.Mar_'..p'.e.' .... Church nor do they have need for a prescribed walk way was Street in Starke sometime candelabras, and other an- !Moore, said that neighbors in goods store.
---- brace or a cane. noted by some of the Inmates. during the night this past tique sliver items. Entry to the area told him during his (See Page 5)) Other improvements In-

John was the Supervisor of dude extensive redecorating
RUMMAGE SALE the Garment Factory at the at Leila's ladies dress and gift
Raiford State Prison on that Garage Near SR-21 Church Denied By Zoning Board shop on E. Call Street, where
Saturday,March 2 near fatal Monday, a day he carpet and new lighting! are
!
'......-2pm.PI.'n can never forget. John had ana me
being instance, ex-
been employed at the prison The Bradford County area was presented to the Is from OR (Open Rural) to views on the request. At the manufacturing facility, and terior and Interior repainted.
_L.tConlmuuty for 17 years. Zoning Board denied the Zoning Board by Rev James RIC, which would allow, upon time of the meeting 25 Mrs. Cooperto operate an
/ Sunk Under Sapp's supervision at application of Ray Brum- R. Neal, minister of the Faith approval, the placement of responses had been received, automotive junkyard.
the time were about 98 inmates baugh for a change of classification Presbyterian Church, whose mobile homes on the property. 12 in favor of the change and The Board agreed to Inspect
....w.1--...,..AIt.r ScSt. SOCiety black and white, but on a piece of property building and property Is near Olin's application requested 13 opposing the change In and take another look at the BUS Vehicles
predominantly black. John located on SR.21, 3 1-2 miles the Brumbaugh property a change from agricultural to classification. properties Involved before
---- had two assistants, Vocational North of Melrose. The Zoning Board also OR (Open Rural), This Martin had previously been taking any further action on Vandalized
Instructors Dale Hardin and Denial of Brumbaugh'sapplication denied the approval for a change, upon approval, would issued a temporary mobile the applications.
FLEA MARKET Max Denson, to help him in came at a public change In classification from permit the sale of homesltes In home permit which expired on The following applications, Two driver education
operating the Florida State hearing held Tuesday RIA to R1C on the application one acre lots. Agricultural February 5. having been advertised as automobiles were vandalized
Saturday,March 2y Prison garment factory, a February 26. Brumbaugh had of Carl Johnson, owner of an classification Is restricted to 2 Upon the failure of the required by the zoning at Bradford High School on N.
,30......-1i31',"', place where prison clothing is requested a rezoning classlfi- 11.8 acre plot of land near 1.2 acre lots. Olin's property Board to approve Martin's regulations, were approved: Temple Ave., late Feb. 5,
manufactured for the inmates ca lion of Ills property from BR Silver Lake. Johnson's is located on SR'16, about four application, Attorney Richard -Gerald Williams, 4 miles according to the Starke Police
Pins UnKud (Retail Sales and Services) to request was for the purpose of miles North of Starke, near Welty requested the issuance east of Starke, on SR-1S, for Department.
M..t, Church,Stark.sdw This particular Monday was BA (Automotive Oriented allowing the placement of Morgan Road.Application to Martin of another tem- the construction of a billing Coach Ed Trezza at BHS
different from aU the other Business). The application mobile homes on the prGperty. of Dave Martin porary permit for a period ot office and a material stockpile reported that a 1974 blue-white
,MY"m days that John had ex- stated that the property was to Tentative approval was for a rezoning classification sill months to allow sufficient facility Chevrolet and a. 1974 green-
I perIenced during his em- be used for the operation of an given by the Board on the to RIC was also denied by the time for the mobile home to be -Roonie Norman, on SR- white Chevrolet had sand on
ployment there. The day automotive repair garage and application of T. H. Slade and Zoning Board. The application removed from the property. ,,225, west of Lawtey, for the windshields, chrome on leftl
i started wrong. About 60 In- an auto accessory store. Mark Olin. The Board is requested the change 10 that The requests of Mrs. Ann operation of an automotive door pulled loose, left side
mates were late in reporting The Zoning Board was holding up final approval Martin could keep a double- Cooper and Jimmie Clark repair garage. mirror broken off, and scuff
u7, Qliunmunttgtatr for their assignments, almost presented with a petition pending the submission of wide mobile home on his were both deferred until a -C. ) Browning, Hwy 100 marks on left front fender.
30:! minutes late. Why?' containing the names of ap- further details with reference property located on Silver later meeting of the Zoning South 3 miles North of Damages estimated to both
$ .auk At times previous to the day proximately 60 persons to the ultimate use of the Lake Attorney Richard Board. Mrs. Cooper's and Keystone Heights, to sell cars were $50. Coach Trezza
of Infamy a dark and devious protesting the change In properties. Welty, representing! Martin at Clark's properties are located bomesltes for the placement stated that there was a
lIMo ....... u. plot had been hatched by some classification.The SladE"s application Involves the meeting, said that he has In the Griffis Loop section: of mobile homes.Container basketball game at the school
rod.ul.Dop.Ia T.120.000b b___cI : .. Of the Inmates to cause a petition and spokesman a 50 acre IIlte near Hellbronn sent out oM letters to nearby Clark requested a change in Corp of' vandalize the- cars were
change in the operation of the for a group of people from the Springs, and reclassification property owners to get their order to operate a clothing '.(See Page S)



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I School Funding; Fears Allayed By.. LegislatorsSchool ,Brooker Market

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'
., officials will be of the upcoming 1974 session '-told by Sen. Bob Saunders at Temple expressed school mandated by the Legislature, Starke Mayor Neil Tucker New
I pleased and happy" with of the Florida Legislature, the annual legislative hearing officials' fears that higher which are expected to result In requested that the legislators Signs Buyer
education funding\ at the close School Supt Jim Temple was Feb. 13. property assessments lower millage, will mean a speak against the control of .......

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equalization funds to the service commission.
tax
on the Brooker State Farmers beans, cucumbers, bell
Bradford school system. Senator Williams Informed snap
Currently, if a county levies Tucker that the pre-filed bill Market announcement this year, according yesterdayby to pepper, squash, and watermelons -

the maximum 10 school mills, did not set municipal rates but an Bob. Allen, market .
the county receives tax was directed at uniting The market's Advisory
} ,ive >uwf' fz'i'eP.i't tenant
mills number 8. 9 and 10, Florida in one network of The new of the Pompano March 11, at 7:30: at the
Packing Co. Community Center to
which to the legislature meansa electrical power. Market, who Brooker
State Farmers
county\ Is putting forth the With an interlocking net- lease to operateon discuss plans for the new
has signed a
H. H. Mott is com-
local effort.If work of season.
," maximum plants a temporary the Brooker market and
as expected, Bradford failure in one location could be their mittee chairman.
will start setting up
Harrell time
Malcolm long
property assessments under easily remedied by sending equipment soon. Allen said
-- the current reevaluation, from another city. manager of the Brooker
power B. J. handles
that V.
retired last spring,
GENERALELECTRICPredicted doubles or reaches the Hampton Mayor Arthur cucumbers eggplant, market,
agr ?g.n ;Y' > '? Sa, CN $10,000,000 mark, a mill in Bruno objected to the new and squash.The .pepper and Allen was assigned as
; Bradford will raise close to regulation which forbids said he wishedto manager there in addition to
v.ruwrwa gab a Ap 3t {a z twice as much money as it is locking up juveniles. advise manager growers of the new managing the Starke market.
now. In that case, to avoid a Senator Williams also expressed could make The owners of V. B. J. are
tax increase, the county concern and told tenant so they Alan Levy and H. M. Shields
the spring
for
Food Er commission and school board Bruno that in the future their plans which starts who are familiar with thip
Shortages will have to roll back millageto agencies should be compelledto planting season area, Allen said.
half the mills now levied bring new regulations
although half the millage will before legislative committees
Higher Prices You ? bring:in funds equal to what 10 before such rules could be
Worrying; mills did in 1973. implemented.If .
That is fine as far as the the committee decides
county is concerned; there is against an agency then the
Slade no problem.But regulation could be debated
Sawyer Appliances school officials, before the entire legislative a
although the school board has body at the next scheduled -
Huge pledged to roll back the session.
You millage so there won't be a Francis Hamilton -
Suggests .. local school tax increase, are president of the retiredteachers dadto
Savings worried because a five mill association, asked
levy would mean the local that retired teachers
school system would not be payments be increased to
Graw On Their able to levy mills 8-10 for keep up with continuing inflation fi-t\\
y which it now receives tax .
au,. Own Pre Season Sale equalization funds. Senator Williams told Mrs.
Effect of what Sens. Hamilton that teachers had a
Food Saunders\ and Jim Williamsand definite problem after
Rep. Frank Williams told retirement but,did not hold up
And Freeze school officials at the Feb. 13 an optimistic outlook for the
For hearing in the Bradford situation. Explaining that all
Future
Use y courthouse was to allay any public employees were in the
fears that the local school same fix, Williams said that
18 CU. FT. system will receive less funds the state simply does not have
from the state in 1974. enough funds to raise all
$399 Saunders said estimates are retired persons to a higher
Reg. that it will cost the state $110to level at the present time.
$115 million to"pick up" the The meeting was brought to
: 'Now three schools mills, indicatingthe a conclusion on a light note Nancy LeeOrmsbee
f state intends to do that. when Saunders pointed out
11e1 Giant At the hearing, Rep. Frank that being a legislator is a
Williams told Temple that a difficult job.
"no harm" clause would be Frank Williams has only
Savings Oni placed in new legislation to been with this representative
.iatr rtlflllfl assure counties that no loss of business one year and he has
efrsq 21 CU, Fl'. funds would\ result from the lost 104 pounds. "You know it
new assessments. must be hard work," Saun
Freezer Re-449 Another reason for concern ders said.
Now Temple said, is the 91 per cent
cost of living ratio placed on
Sa1 39BA Bradford County. Bradford My Neighbors
County receives 91 cents on
every dollar earned from the
state while Alachua County
receives 100 per cent, for
M
o t;
example.The
\\ Reg. 379 legislators predictedthat
I d\\ / Bradford County would
I ,' Now receive 92 per cent after the From
next session.In .
1973 the schools lost I
I S34B $320,000 because of the 91 per = The .
tuuumuu- -T- cent figure given Bradford Family
'
i County, Temple said.
Senator Bob Saunders\ "How can I be sure you'renot
that the 1A
explained bugged?
equalization funds were givento
I the. county in an effort to
equal out the cost of living cut.
;ICI, 9t Because of the legislature's LA-Z-BOY'S _
14 CU. FT. mandate to assess property at _
full cash value, Saunders and
Senator Jim Williams agreed FACTORY AUTHORIZED

,I L Reg. 339 that a maximum of 8 mills ,
i \ would be placed on schoo{
'f board taxes. 7J IE
-
l \ Now If Bradford County's school
board sets 8 mills as the tax u
l J
rate and property is assessedat
\ 5319t 100 per cent of value as
I ordered the
legislature,
tIs by

.5*" tttt t 1 t tlNtt paying property more owners in taxes.will be ,,Q, Now, for a limited time, you can buy


< be"Tax blamed assessors for what should we have not that comfortable chair you'vealways

told them they must do," !
Saunders told Temple. Tax -_ f dreamed of
Assessor Gene Long is doinghis

TO COMPLETE THEIR E.O.M.SALE should job be and the the ones legislators receiving at a substantial

criticism because of the new ,, ,

assessments. SAVINGS !
Senator Williams said he

Sawyer Slade & General Electric] expects the state to add a six
per cent cost of living increase A 41
along with the two mills which
the state will pick up when
millage j rates are capped.
Offers Finally, Temple told the
legislators that collective
bargaining regulations shouldbe
written by elected L.AZBOYRECLINA

the representatives courts. Judges rather of than the ROCKER' '

Matching Washer Dryer Special . Supreme\ Court recently Now, you can own the chair of your dreams, a world- '
stated that if the legislatorsdid famous La-Z-Boy, at an unbelievable, once'in-a-lifetime fl. f M! r.w+ j
not set guide lines for sale price! All the beauty and comfort that can possiblybe
negotiating with public em- built into a recliner are yours In a worldfamouslaZBoy" r
ployees that the courts would These sumptuous masterpieces are certainto
DELUXE set them. put real living into.. that special room. See us today,
Temple said that he as this sale is for a limited time only! Style 829
'r MULTI-TEMPERATURE preferred receiving guide
VERSATILE AUTOMATIC GAS DRYER with lines for collective bargainingfrom

WASHER-4 Cycles, 2 Permanent Press Cycle they were the legislature more "approachable. because- Sale Priced.From$16900. Save Up To

Wash & Spin Speeds ."
MODEL DDG .7200
MODEL WWA 7030P County Commission
\ ICit Permanent Press cycle permits fab- Chairman Ralph Bryan was $52
Budget-priced yet takes care of most \ / rica to relax, helps reduce wrinkles. unable to attend the meeting
clothes-washing problems! Fea- Three temperature selections: Normal so County Clerk Gib Brown
tunes: famous Filter-Flo> wash system \ Delicate and no-heat Fluff. spoke for the commission.
; four wash cycles-Permanent i 1Y c- B Manual selection of drying time up Brown protested the re-
Press with cold water cooldown, J 6' to 130 minutes. Separate start but- classification of 54 miles of
Normal cycle with Extra Wash. Activated ton. Standing pilot light. roads to county maintenance
Soak, Delicate; two wash and I without any funds being set ',
spin speeds; two water levels: three BOTH ONLY aside by the state for that ? Style 833 x
wash-temperature and two rinse- r purpose.Senator.

temperature combinations. S :a B B with the Williams problem agreed and

,suggested\ that money would

PICK A PAIR AND SAVE have before take to the care be county of made the could roads.available expectto

Williams stated that more
than 700 miles in the' 16
counties he represents had Style 831
c.ee.. Sawyer Slade been shifted from primary to Style 871
secondary classification.
Hate
.
uNVK.UVI.YWNeee Roads cannot be turned a Denmark Furniture Co. Starke
back to the counties without a oun tae o
public hearing and the state
COCO SERVICE... Gas Appliance I department putting the roadsin ,
Anolhtr nmionAmtncm'l A-1 condition.
wd y GE re I Brown also spoke in opposition
*1m of abolishing the

iartppanc*vtluf. 964-7701 332 Madison elected clerk in favor of an
appointed clerk. 434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 004-9827 STARKE. FLORIDAPage





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r. :. '( CPc8(0CP( c8 gJ(0CU( < KdMA< ) f fI Jacksonville Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.Robson were B. J.Duffy Saturday Eggersand of

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tullie
.,... Norman.
I. '" { Luncheon Given For IF'HEY
I ; DKG Chapter Meets Feb. 19 Seaman Vincent St. John of

,, Miss Denmark At Shaw HomeLeft Port Canaveral was home for
the the weekend.
Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta by Macclenny! memo
linen cloths and centered with Kappa Gamma, International bership. f
Miss Joyce Denmark, Society of Women Teachersmet Members from Starke at- Local admittances to the
of daisies and
March 17 bride-elect, was arrangements Bridal cards at the Christian tending were: Mrs. Tommie Bradford County Hospital this
honored at a luncheon Wed marked greenery. the place Fellowship Temple in Mac- Nolin Mrs. Helen Johns Mrs. week include: Joseph
nesdy of last week given by. the 23 seating clenny Tuesday, Feb. 19 at Edna!: Hart, Mrs. Kate Richard, Jr., Mrs. Lydia
Mrs.O.L. Haynes,Jr.,Mrs. J. arrangement guests. 7:30: o'clock. Sheppard Mrs.Adel Mitchell, Johns, and Mrs. Bessie
The hostesses
W. Ritch, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Denmark with presentedMiss two Mrs. Shirley Jasonek, vice- Mrs. Marilyn Vellenga, Mrs. Browning, Raiford; Mrs.
and Mrs. Gene Shaw at dinner plates in her chosen president, presided. The Inspirational Lucile Payne Mrs. Willie Mae Della Mcintosh, Hampton; CAN''
the home of the latter. was given by Mrs. Denton, Mrs. Mona Canova Mrs. Bessie McCallman,
of
china memento
Left to right: Jason, The three luncheon tables (the occasion.pattern as a Marie Woodley. Mrs. Mona and Mrs. Sue Winkler. Keystone Heights; Mrs.
and Jennifer Brown. were covered with appliqued Canova reported on the Feb. 9 Martha Conaway Johnnie
District meeting which was Stewart, Douglas Rehberg,
Starke Entries Win held in Gainesville.An Mrs. Amelia Hoffman, Felix
Triplets interesting program Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Sullivan Curtis Bass Donald DO IT J/
I I were in Live Oak Sunday McRae and Franklin
Ribbons At Arts FestivalMrs. "Would You Rather Be A-? King
Celebrate 4th was presented by Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starke. ,
Jordan and family.
chairman of the
Sherrod Hamilton Starke with all seven winning Riherd .
Birthday Feb.28 Mrs. Robert Barksdale and ribbons: Mrs. A. J. Barry Research committee and the Misses Denise Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green
Mrs.J. E. Hardy attended the blue ribbon on needlepoint other members of that Letitia Woods, Ronda and Mrs. Helen Genemix i)
Jason, Jennifer and Jody District Florida Federationof pillows and a red ribbon on committee. Maseman, Lisa Thompsonand visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim \.! v JvL.
Refreshments served
Brown celebrated their fourth Women's Clubs Arts embroidered quilt; !Mrs. PaulG. were Susan Pietrowskie of Rowe and family in Sanfordon -"
birthdays Saturday from two Festival in Lake City last Brown, red ribbon on Florida State University were Sunday.Mr. "': v.0m
to four o'clock at a party givenby Thursday. needlepoint door stop; Mrs. Mrs. Margaret weekend guests of Mr. and
their parents,Mr. and Mrs. There were seven entries John Greene red ribbon on Mrs. Warren Winkler. .and Mrs. George Flynn, IcLQ( I LL}
Marvin Brown. from the Woman's Club of needlepoint pillow; Mrs. E. A. Jackson HonoredAt Sr. were in Gainesville Sunday
.
The Tom Sawyer theme was Hall blue ribbon on Bunka Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. visiting Mrs. L. M. Gray.
carried out in the party Stork ShowerFor embroidery; Mrs. George Harley and daughter of
Surprise
decorations and the tripletswere Roberts, Jr., blue ribbon on Tallahassee and Capt. and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade
dressed in overalls and acrylic painting and Mrs. H. Mrs. Richard C. Besteder and spent the weekend in Miami
Mrs. HardyAt
straw hats. L. Speer blue ribbon on Birthday PartyMrs. children of Philadelphia, Pa. with Mr. and Mrs. Michael
The party was held in the crocheted cape. will spend the weekend with O'Brian and family. Any Ad
yard where the 25 youngsters Pierce HomeMrs. .Margaret Jackson was their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
enjoyed playing on the yard U.D.C honored at a surprise birthday Dan Harley. Mrs. Bestederand Mrs. Tom Crawford un-
gymnastic sets. The refreshment Dudley Hardy was party Sunday afternoon from children will remain for derwent surgery Monday in
table was covered with a honored at a stork shower last three to five o'clock at her amonth's Alachua General Hospital
red and white checked cloth Thursday night given by Mrs. The W. T. Weeks Chapter, home on Colley Road given by visit. I
and centered with a large John Andrews and Mrs. UDA will meet Wednesday, Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr. and Mr.and Mrs. J. G. Caldwellhas
birthday cake. The parents of George Pierce at the home of March 6, at 3:30: p.m. at the assisted by Mrs. Marc Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hut- as visitors last Wednesdayto
the guests assisted in serving. the latter.A home of Mrs. F. B. Beard with Jackson and Mrs. Tom chings and Mrs Ewell Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Any NewspaperAny
Lawson the weekend
spent
The triplets, whose bir- pink and blue color Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. Jackson. with relatives in Brunswick Donald Thayer of Battle
carried out in the George Flynn Sr. as ,
thdays fall on Feb. 28,will also scheme was The refreshment table was Ga. Creek Mich.
celebrate the occasion on decorations. The refreshmenttable co.hostesses.Mr. centered with an arrangementof
Sunday with a party from two was covered with a spring flowers, picked by Mr. and Mrs. John Adams
Williams Jr.
Mrs. Mack L.
to four o'clock for members of white linen cloth and centeredwith and Mrs. M. H. Shep her granddaughters. The two and daughter of Athens, Ga.
of Framingham, Mass spent
tall stork. The gift table birthday cakes at each end of
the immediate families and a of Brunswick Ga. spent the weekend with Dr.
pard were last Thursday to Saturdaywith
covered with a stork the table were decorated with
was and Mrs. H. H. Adams.
relatives. weekend visitors of Mrs. Kate Mr. and Mrs. Mack Where
cloth. icing florets and fruits.
.
Altar Society The hostesses presented the Sheppard.Mr. Approximately 30 friends Williams. Jimmy Andrews of Furman
honoree with a high chair as a and relatives attended duringthe University is home this weekon
and Mrs. C M. An- R. L. Siefferman of
St. Edward's Altar Society memento of the occasion. party hours. From out-of- Mrs.
will meet at 7:30: p.m. Ninety guests were invitedto derson of Meigs, Ga. were town were Mr. and Mrs. Blake Petersburg, Va. is visiting her spring break.
March 5. All ladiesof weekend guests of Mrs. John parents,Mr.and Mrs. Merritt
,
Tuesday call between the hours Jackson and Mrs. Michael Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrick
W. Griffin and Miss Lillian
this week.
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Mrs. J.E. Hardy Barton Radke Engagement Told w Strawberry QueenTo THURSDAY& FRIDAY

Honors Guests ....._.. Iowa. jc Get ScholarshipA FEBRUARY 28-MARCH 1.

The marriage will take
With LuncheonMrs. place on Saturday, March 30, $300 scholarship to
in the Woodstock Park United sy. i iIfiti" Patricia Stevens College in

J. E. Hardy en- iIi Methodist Church Tampa will be awarded the
tertained at a luncheon-bridge K, Jacksonville. new Bradford County
party Monday at her home on Miss Barton is a graduate of Strawberry Queen to be
East Call Street honoring Mrs.N i? Florida Junior College, selected April 6 during the
K. Hurst of Indianapolis Jacksonville, and has won annual Bradford County Fair.
Inc and Mrs. Sarah Barton of !Ii many honors in beauty con The beauty pageant is opento .
Atlanta, Ga. tests throughout the area Bradford County residents
including 1970 BradfordCounty 16 to 21 years of age according -

The four luncheon tables Strawberry Queen, to Mrs. Melodie
were covered with imported High Springs Tobacco Queen, ( Kirkland of the Starke JuniorWoman's
cutwork cloths and centered Miss Florida Rural Electrification Club, sponsoring r

with arrangements of spring Newberry organization.
flowers. The guests were Watermelon Queen 1971, Entrants may contact Mrs.
.
served appetizers before Queen of The Florida Crown, Kirkland, phone 533-2911, or =
lutvh. 1972 Florida Watermelon any member of the Junior

Queen, first runner-up Miss Woman's Club. FREE FRENCH FRIES ,.
During the afternoon Bradford County, and finalist
several progressions of bridge ;"' 41. j Miss Florida USA. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., president of the Starke Rotary FLEA MARKET WITH PURCHASE OFBosn'sMate. -
were played and prizes Dr Radke, formerly of Club, is presented Rotary Fellow Award by T II. Slade
'" chairman of the Rotary Foundation program. The Methodist Youth _
awarded. Storm Lake, Iowa, is a
graduate of Palmer College. Fellowship will hold a Flea FISH SANDWICH 69c u .
!Mrs. Hardy presented Mr. and Mrs Claude H. Market Saturday from 9:30 to C.. _,
Heed 'for the DAIRY QUEEN'BRAZIER'
in front of the Methodist
personal gifts to her honored Barton, of Jacksonville and Art Exhibit Set At rT -ii 1:30 Hall.COUNTRY. store now? Buy yourself aScrumpdillyishus
guests as a memento of the Keystone Heights, announce Fellowship Bosn's Mate fish,
occasion. the engagement of their : sandwich-tender fish fillet with
daughter, Ann, to Dr. L. SEPTA MeetingStarke I CLUB shredded lettuce and tangy tartar
!Mrs H. M. Hatcher, Jr. and Mary s.ucel)And.get a FREE order of
Mrs Olin White assisted in F Radke of Altamonte Elementary PTA WOMEN TO MEET crispy BRAZIER fries!Remember
serving.. Springs, son of Mr. and Mrs. will hold its regular meetingand offer good this Thursday and Friday
Harold Radke of Storm Lake, an art exhibit Monday, The women of the Starke at participating BRAZIER DAIRY QUEEN stores
---------------------- I Ih Golf and Country Club will
March t, at 7.30 p.m. HI me I
school cafeteria.A meet in tae club house,
short business meetingwill Monday, March 4 at 8:00: p.m.
3 Days DnlySale be conducted by Mrs.

Gary Stephens, president. World Day Of ,,
Members are urged to attendto

projects.Mrs.vote on Nancy remaining Bacheller PTA,. Prayer Set '/rAOOJ


counselor, will be Here FridayWorld
guidance
THUR FRI SAT present to explain the c: :

guidance program to parents. Day of Prayer will be
/l. .lV-: -.> + Mrs. James Tally, art held Friday, March 1 from
J'l;-. r f v. teacher, will be in charge of Dairy
.
/. I Y- ...- I" j 11:00: to 12 noon at St. Mark's
.
: : .. 1't the ,and will have artwork
:: '... '" y.- program from kindergarten Miss Carolyn Brown nominee for a Rotary Fellowship, is Episcopal Church followed bya Queen
:! .' ..f. i. on display pictured with President Hatcher and Chairman Slade at the covered dish lunch. A x
.J fifth
... grade
.
through
>' ....,.. tL. Rotary Ladies Night last Friday nursery will be provided have
,,. .' "'v-_A .. "' students. children bring a sandwich.
y '" 1. .
". ..T Refreshments will be ... brazier
Ii f '' DOUBLEKNIT served at the end of the Rotary Fellow Award Presented At .oeoP''htl.4..D8.'t.p. ; ,
*
,
..r(."' < business meeting, and Mr. and Mrs. John Myers 1401 N. TEMPLE
rrr J ...7 members and guests will be Starke Club Ladies Night DinnerMore were guests of Mr and Mrs. STARKE 9648911EEIMIEIRGyr
free to enjoy the art exhibit.
P. P. Dolenbo at Sanibel
fi; ,;. '. !w / $177 ... than a hundred munity. Island recently.
:..: ... yd : Joyce Denmark Rotarians, Rotaryanns, and Gifts were presented by the -
'.'t.r I ..,"' (< ASST guests gathered at the Starke club to Mrs. Inez Green, who
Guest Of Honor Golf and Country Club last has been its pianist for) many
); ii4\ REMNANTS/fl
) Seimer,
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Ladies Night banquet spon secretary to
: ; ,,,? 1 President Hatcher for her
,
sored the Starke ;
,, Sin- by Rotary
Miss Evelyn
daughter
..;::,, ; 2YD 00 .. assistance in the work of the ]
,,. ', y' yo $1 ,4.( y "" clair,entertained at a mother- Club.A club.
; ..'"". daughter luncheon Saturday highlight of the eveningwas

';;lllnml;;; ;;;l;;l;;;;;;;;l;;ml;;;;;l;;;;lm; ; honoring Miss Joyce Den- Harris the Fellow presentation Award of to a Harry Paul club Incoming who will officers take office)of the in
bride-elect.
mark,
.... Arrangements of azaleas M. Hatcher, Jr., president of July, were introduced: And How To Save It. .
and camellias were used the Starke Club, and the In- William W. Hood, president;
the rooms. troduction of Miss Carolyn Gordon Howell president
throughout party
All! Winter The five dining tables were Brown as the club's nomineefor elect; John Myers, secretary;
Freeman Register III, Thais The
covered with white linen a Rotary Fellowship. The Name Of
cloths and were centered with presentations were made by treasurer; and Jim Temple,
of daisies in T. H. Slade, chairman of the sergeantatarms.The .
Clothing arrangements pastel colors. Bridal place Starke Club's Rotary Foundation presented ladies with attending miniature were The Game
Committee.
cards marked the seating
silver bells decorated with the
Slade announced that the
arrangement for the 26 guests.
the Mrs.S. Starke Club had given $1,000 Rotary emblem.
Among guests were
G. Denmark, mother of the to the Rotary Foundation this & Here's How.
honoree, Mrs. M A. San- year, which entitles it to namea BPW Club Honors .
1/24 derson of Raiford, mother of Rotary Fellow from the
the and club. This honor was bestowed
prospective groom New MembersThe
out-of-town guests: Miss upon President Hatcher for A .s Ngri /. .
his "years of dedication to .. <
Susan Sanderson of Raiford, Starke Business and "" :. :I -
and its ,
Rotary worldwidemovement.
Mrs.Sarah Barton of Atlanta, ." Professional Women's Club
Mrs. John Adams of Athens, for salad dinner Monday
met a
Ga., Miss Gayle Hatcher of Originally, the club had four evening at the home of
OffVAN the University of South local young people under Madge Middleton to honor :
Florida, Miss Sandra Hugginsof consideration as nominees for new members.
the Fellowship, but three of
Gainesville and Mrs. N. K. Included the
new
them, Bobby White, Paul among \\t'f6
Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind. members installed by Della
McLeod, and Jimmy Alvarez,
H. PRIEST CO INC.W. Miss Denmark was had to withdraw for various Rosenberg, were Mildred _
presented with a divided Frick, Joyce Ann Yirak,
reasons. Miss Brown will
dish to her chosen
vegetable Wilma Clark, Olivia
CALL ST. STARKE FLA. china pattern from the from compete this with other nominees Mildred Lege and Thelma!
Rotary District,
hostesses as a memento of the Lewis. One transferral
which includes the area from
occasion. member, Christine Bruns,has
Jacksonville to Pensacola, for
come from New York City and
the award which expenses -
.1 pays
at present is living at Penney
of the student for one

ATLANTAearpeljluwinter year of study abroad. Rotary Farms.business A'Q ak
The
meeting was 1
eharlollek Fellows are expected to speakat the minimum with .
Rotary clubs in the coun- referrals to the roe
tries where they are studying, Hemispheric
which this
MarketUSpecial Friendship trip
and help cement better
will be held
year in Mexico
relations between the nationsof
the world.Following. City. Many members of the
Latin countries will
the steak dinner, par
catered by the Country Club, ticipate in the meetings to
Bob Blakewood, program extend friendship and the Mobile Homes Have Built In Advantages.
chairman, introduced Carroll professional and goals of .

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Circuits, Pen Tops and
Rotarians," a discussion of Mrs. Katie Hazen of Conventional Homes
S
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last
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(From Page 1)) the body of John and noted
After
re-convening Monday, in other
Dispositions theft
cases and auto ,
with
(From 1)
Page escape that he still alive, con-
February 25, to Begin the at this session'of Circuit Court was sentenced to 18 months garment factory for their was
inmates stemmed from a trials of Grays, Holley and were as follows: .more on the escape charge. assigned duties of the day, 30 trary to his previously an-

"planned" prison riot that McCloud, and before the new Charles Michael Gardner, The case for auto theft against minutes behind the regular nounced death by inmate

occurred Monday, April 30, jury had been seated, the was sentenced to a term of not Jennings was dismissed. schedule. Holley.
1973, resulting in the almost court was recessed shortly less than six months nor more Gerald Edward Griffis, 19, The very air was filled with But how could they help
I Mr. and Mrs. L. )F. Dinkins
John''Todoso would invite an <(< From Page( :3 t U>
complete destruction of the after 10a.m. for the purpose of than six years, on a charge of of Starke, changed his plea to tension. Tension so think you attack them by the attended the funeral of Mrs. C
garment factory facility a plea-bargaining session forgery and uttering a guilty for resisting arrest with could cut it with a knife. John inmates.upon John Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Murrayof B. Allen in Bushnell on
pleadedfor
operated at the prison. During between Assistant State At prescription. violence. Adjuticaticn of guilt said you could really "feel it." rioting them to make their St. George, S. C. were Wednesday of last week.
the course of the riot Super- torneys Ken Hebert and StanE. Marsha Kay Brooks was withheld pending a pre- The inmates were slack in escape Sunday to Wednesday guestsof

visor John G. Sapp sustained Morris and counsel for the charged with unlawfuldelivery sentence investigation by their work. Some were not while there do was But yet time for Mr. and !Mrs. Robert Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and
them
to so. no, they
permanent and crippling defendants, Assistant Public of a hallucinogenicdrug parole board authorities. working at all. They were would not leave John in his Barksdale. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. G
injuries found to be iniiicted Defenders Aaron Green and received a sentence of milling about and talking in of
Caldwell Yawn
,
by weilded Steve Bernstein. small helpless and paralyzed con- Mr.\ and Mrs. Brad Locke Jimmy
a screwdriver by not less than six months or groups. Throughout the
Gainesville and Miss Jen
Pressley on- one occasion and As a result of negotiations more than three years. Her morning the tension grew. The dition. In order to camouflagehis and family of Bradenton spent
McMillan of Alachua were
Edwards on another. between the attorneys, the case involved the delivery of Killed... lunch break came. The uneasy intent Thompson made as the weekend with Mrs. Shellie
of Saturday night guestsof
One of the stab wounds charge of assault with intentto 30 LSD tablets. She is also to atmosphere was reported to if to go through the pockets Gerle. Mr. and Mrs.supper Yawn

partially penetrated Sapp's commit murder were stand trial on a forgery chargein (From Page 1) the Captain of the Guard. John trousers in noticed the event III in Gainesville Terry on Mrs Lila
that he was being by Ten members of the
spinal cord, causing a com- dismissed against Grays, Alachua County. Sellers worked in the After lunch, more and Rae Yawn's birthday
plete paralysis of his left leg Holley and McCloud; a second Two defendants, Nathaniel Vocational Center as diesel greater tension as the afternoon the other inmates. )Fellowship Christian Youth

and severe damage to the charge of assault by prisoner Woods, 27, and Ernest Simon mechanic instructor for the wore on. Telephonecalls The chemical fog thickened group with Mrs. )Faye Miss Cheryl Godwin was

right. Sapp is able to walk other than life has been Cowart 17, were placed on a past two years and lived just were placed to the again, and under its protec- Johnson sponsor, enjoyed a elected vice-president of !Delta

with the aid of a steel brace on declared unconstitutional.The probationary sentence for outside Keystone Heights. He Captain of the Guard. tive cover, Thompson and picnic Sunday Park.at WashingtonOaks !Delta Della sorority at the

his left leg and the use of a three defendants changed three years. Woods was was an active Assistant Scout Correctional Officers Harry Persons were able to remove State University of )Florida.

cane for support. their pleas to guilty on the riot charged with resisting arrest, Leader with Troops 360 and Tyson and Billy Raulersonwere John to a safe place outsidethe
W. Reese and Mrs.
The State in charge. and Coward with of assigned to investigate.The Mrs. R.
bringing possession
363 of the Middleburg area, as garment factory. Miss Kathy Underill and
the weekendin
charges against the 14 black Each of the defendants was narcotic paraphernalia.Harold officers were unarmed.One Don Page spent
well as taking on the duties of The vision is better outside. Mr.and Kevin White of the University
inmates, filed seven different sentenced to five additional Roger Byers, 19, of Explorer Scouting Leader for of the inmates, Willie C. Now they see the screwdriver Newnan Mrs. David, Ga. visiting)F. Griffith. of Florida were Sunday guests

informations that could have years to the sentences now. Starke, was sentenced to six Explorer Post 986 head- Holley, was appointed to protruding from John's back.It of Mr. and Mrs..1. H. Moncrief. -
Griffith and Reese,
resulted in seven different being served at the prison. months in the county jail on a quartered at the vocational discuss the problems with the is quickly removed. But !Mrs son .
with them for two
trials Harry Grays is now serving of Captain. Holley rebels, along returned
by jury. charge resisting an officer center. John is still paralyzed, with no
with Mrs. Reese
Five defendants: Nathaniel his seventh year of a 50 year with violence. Funeral arrangements for with a number of the other feeling whatever from the weeks visit
and Mrs. Steve Drink l lloIUI.br.1.
Pressley, 21 ; James E. Ed- sentence on a conviction of Two separate charges for Sellers were handled by inmates. The time for the waist down. The puncture and Mr.

wards, 23; Harry Grays, 27; robbery. issuing worthless checks DeWitt C. Jones Funeral fulfillment of the wicked plan wound had partially Simmons. $20 in coins plus coin box

Ernest McCloud, 27, and Ernest McCloud is serving a against Velma McCutchen of Home of Keystone Heights. has arrived and the opportunity penetrated John's spinal cord, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. was taken from Cooper'sNursery
Willie C. Holley, 19, were each third year of a 40 year/sen- Starke were dismissed by the is now at hand. causing instant and perhaps Hayes the ; on !N.: Temple Ave
charged with assault with tence for robbery. court. Holley originates the attackby permanent paralysis. had as guests during last last )Friday night ac
intent to commit murder and Willie C. Holley is serving a Richard Lee Phillips, now striking John in the throat. Trials of the Garment weekend Mr. and Mrs. John cording to the Starke Police
Alva Duncanof
riot.The third year of an 8 year sen- serving 10 years at Raiford on Garage... While repulsing the attack Factory 14 are over now, but if Deas Lake and Judge Miss Jo Department.

court, in order to expedite tence for robbery. a worthless check charge, had (From Page 1)) against him John receives they had been allowed to of City the, Martha of According to Officer J J L
the trials Other charges that included another added another blow to the back of the Deas University
granted a year to the America locatedin continue more enlightenmentmay Howard's report. person or
on property Mrs. J. S. Thrasherand
in the assault, arson and riot, in the sentence served. head by unidentified Georgia,
an
severance principalcase now being Lincoln City, for an additionto have been brought into Traci Jo, of persons unknow broke open a
and brought to trial six remaining cases againstthe The sentence was for escape the chipping plant operatedby assailant. Others join in the public view. Were the 14 Winder daughter Ga. hasp and lock which was
Pressley and Edwards, with other nine defendantswere during his assignment to the the merciless attack on John. charged the only inmates who covering the key lock to the

the trial of the three other dismissed. inmate work release -William company.O. Mattox. Jr., at Pressley steps forth, pulling a participate in the riotous Mrs. L. W. Strickland of coke machine
defendants to follow.A Those defendants are Leon screwdriver from his
program. the intersection of SR-100 and activities? Who could know? Wildwood the two
new venire containing 70 Mungin, Harry Mungin, Jr., Paul Vertis Reed and Peter South of Starke for the trousers, and plunges it According to the evidence spent past
218 weeks with Mrs. W. II. Hart
drawn late William Cole, Stevie Dwight Meier both with deeply into John's back.
names was Friday charged oepration of a conveniencefood presented I by the State and its and relatives. The family was
afternoon, )February 22, and Bell Lacey, Bunnie Brown, escape, were given sentencesof store. Blinded,dazed and stumbling, witnesses, Nathaniel Pressleywas by Mrs C
summonses were served Jr., Jimmy McCorvey an additional 12 months to John falls to the floor, with an the principal participantand joined on Monday
-Lamar C. Beville, on Hwy W. Beasley of GainesvilleMrs. !
and Horace Leroy Maddox, the sentences unknown number of the in-
Friday night Saturday by now being 16, near Heilbron Springs, for was perhaps one of the Strickland returned to
sheriff's those the Pickett and Willie served. mates kicking, beating and
to
deputy on Fran the installation of a 1900 foot leading perpetrators of the Gainesville with Mrs
list. Rambo. James Jennings, charged runway, and for light stomping his prostrate body. planned and plotted riot. Beasley.Mrs. .
John had fallen near the
manufacturing and the The Pressley profile is one
i fabrication of airplane door to the garment factory. of the worst. While in his late John Jenks and

It *, W. fmrn Equipment C*. component parts.Authorization Picked up bodily by several of teens Pressley murdered five daughter, Paula returned to -
the raging inmates, he was
UIGE was given for people, the record shows. their home in !New; Orleans. Ask } ,
SELECTION OF NEW carried further inside nearerto
Details of those murders were
the application of James C. Ga. after six weeks with her
its center. His attackers not revealed at his trial last .. .. ,:\
tlACT'OIS Bryant to be advertised for a mother, Mrs.odlth); '
MOW IN
STOCK continued their assault
re-zoning classification to upon week. Pressley was convictedin Christiansen and relatives Charley '
r I Ir permit the operation of a their helpless victim. Another Dade County, January 8, : ,
r \ FARMEQUIPMENT = +> Quality Service i inmate, James E. Edwards, October 20 and October 26, \.
t. convenience food store and a Mrs. J. R. Kite Mrs. Helen E.
1 CO. miniature golf course. The now armed with another 1971, and sentenced to the Wallace and Mrs II. M 't
1r screwdriver, joined in the
Oliver S l Bryant property is located in death penalty as a result of Richarde visited Mrs C \l.
r 1 d I II attack, and as did Pressley, Johns
n w & u the Smoker ise Sub-Division on those murders. )From death Turney in Daytona Beach on
S rv 1 plunged the screwdriver row to maximum security to
equipment SR-100 near Brooklyn Lake. Wednesday of last week.
into John's back with
= deeply the has been
Director L. M. garment factory
I _% I II Zoning About This Question
such a force that he did not
I I r taCrosseiHa. SATOH TRACTORS I II Gaines announced to the his prison assignment. !Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Beall
; have time to remove it.
COMtlNIt ANDMAV IQUIPMINTS Board that the ordinance on and children of Macon. Ga.
All hell broke loose in the
< WmMr m.ltrt M.w.n.H llnn the regulations for the han- will spend the weekend with "New package policies are
and chaos
garment factory
appearing
i1 Pum It C.I*Planter., *> *_HCrop. automotive vehicles was reigned supreme. John'sseemingly

progressing quite satisfactorily lifeless body was (From Page I II) and Mrs. W. H. Green retailers and
shoved under of
partially one
and that the and daughter of Oxen hill wholesalers. They
Sprayers.tlt the garment tables. At this back, !Mrs Gere Johns said.
I 4T 2 141 /\ T HKKI ARS I cooperation from the publichas point in the melee inmate The Johns were the victims Md. are moving to Kingsley combine theft public
been good. Lake this weekend to make
of another break-in last Julyin
Holley stepped forth to liability and a great
their home.
.... ... ..... examine the body of John, which burglars made otf/
.
..- .. .. number of optional
., 1r. V 'fa lying under the garment table. with an antique coin collec-
!Mrs. A. Russell Norman is
tion, a $700 antique Parker 12 coverages with broad

"Well! He's dead," he told gauge shotgun and six other convalescing eight days observation at home after and fire coverage-at a 10
weapons. Only the shotgunhas
the others.
in Riverside cent to 20 cent
treatment
per
The raging rebellion pitted been recovered from the per
inmate against inmate, July break-in and was I lIospl tal. premium saving. Does

prisoners against guards, probably the most singularly the Charley E. John-
Mr. and Mrs. James Barron
valuable item taken having
some running, most fighting,
were in Tallahassee over the Agency invite business
once belongs to Johns' father
others breaking out the
windows to one time Florida governor and weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. firms to consult about
escape. M. Barron and Mr. and
former state senator.
Larry Cousinneau, one of these new package
Mrs. Polo
the inmate mechanics now "It looks like there just isn'tany Lacayo. "

armed with a chemical fire way to keep people from policies
breaking in," Johns said, "I Eddie Schwab of
extinguisher, lay down a thick
Gainesville spent the weekend
put deadfall locks on all of our
blanket of the fogging
E.
Mrs
with his grandmother. Charley
doors after the last breakinand
chemical, causing the inmatesto .
Anderson.Mrs.
Myrtle
rapidly disperse. Cousin- now they took the c.tire:
AGENCY
neau lost an eye in the riot door off. Wayne Harper and JOHNS

after being hit with a bottle. "I couldn't given you any Mrs. Jerome Frick attendedthe 131: SO WALNUT ST
Under the blanket of fog idea of exactly how much the Liberace show at the Civic
two black inmates, RonaldThompson whole lot was worth," Johns auditorium last Thursday PHONE 964-5O7O
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I Bradford Blacks Review Past, Preview FutureReplica I



Photos and Text by A. DeArmond for an updating of black history by the troupe and they wentto

Black is beautiful, black is emerging, and black people are a church scene from the Uiuo's! to the era of the "RoaringTwenties"

learning that they have a heritage far older than the one born and finally to the 19fiO's; with a background of
out of the cotton fields of a century ago. the musical score from the movie "Shaft" and finally to the
current era of the drug scene.
In a week of tribute to black leaders of the past and the
present, the black communities in Bradford County held FP'I2.1' "We have included the drug scene because in our opinion
their annual "Black History Week." Scheduled nightly 1 drugs are just another form of enslavement," Kev. Heed

events ranging from Falcon's basketball games to fashion said.

shows, poetry hours, and Saturday night saw a theatre
from rC I .I.Ire Throughout the production it was made apparent that
troupe Jacksonville present a dramatic Interpretationof 'vu A ,np r
dancing as an art form has and continues today as an integral
400 of black
years history on the stage in RJE School on
Pine Street in Starke. part of the black life style. The troupe performed
dances from a four century period with graceful ease that

These events were augmented by comments of leaders of made each change of time not only easy to accept, but very
the African Peoples' Socialist Party in an effort to gain valid in it's sense of impact upon the audience,

support from local residents within the community for the a -..-. ,
party line that preaches black supremacy rather than e' "
equality. How much ground they gained is matter for conlecture. I (

The real importance behind the weeks nightly events '
,
lies in the fact that the black communities became more .,

aware of themselves and the realization that they can take .:.
personal pride in the contributions of black people to a I + re _m

growing black race within a growing America. Q .'..44

Highlight of Tuesday night's program came when Mrs. a
Francis Jenkins was introduced. Mrs. Jenkins is a memberof ffLI
t
a committee currently compiling a summary of black
history for this party of Florida and she gave a clear accountof
the history of blacks in Bradford county and some of the -e ,

communities' problems over the years.

For there were no roads as such or street i. s, ',r. J
of 400 year old African mask is a valid reminder of many years 4 irje '
Black peoples heritage beyond the cotton field. lighting within the black community," Mrs. Jenkins said. ? \.H' /
The powers then told the men in the community that )I Ir r r
f .- -- presented themselves at a public meeting there wasn't i1

.. .' money for street lighting, but if the men could find some _
tit: { poles they would try to run us a few lights. The men went into
!1;"!, ': the woods and cut poles for the first street lights in this lifelike"Let me see your teeth-" cries the slave auctioneer during :...(..e..

,1i-1ii1k1 '. community." re-enactment.

Mrs. Jenkins also spoke of the area in Starke commonly ... .v r.i
I known now as just "Reno." "The area once was called forming a piece calling for several different voices to be

Thomasville, and Reno got it's name from the number of portrayed.
W'I jukes that once were there. We have long born the stigma of Chandler's performance was one of a professional and to)
.' Keno and I would like someday to see the community called say that t he controlled not only his material, but in the end his

I Thomasville once again." audience, is a gross understatement. A pin could have fallen R i .
i! w'I 4+YIt Speaking about education Mrs. Jenkins gave the following and been heard to echo through RJE's cafeteria in the few ..

i: account of pre-integration schooling in the early days of the seconds of quiet admiration that preceded a standing ovationfor +rrs.o

county. this young dramatic actor's talented interpretation of ( :

"At one time many of the children going to school were "Tambourines To Glory."

f'If hard pressed to find a place to getan education, some classes Throughout the week's festivities this writer learned of a

I were even held in a barber shop and the barber used to haveto wealth of talent that has long been hidden from view and 1.h: i +tsw

__ get up early in the morning and go down to sweep the hair Chandler's performance is just one example of the many +rw;.:
off the floor so the children could sit there to get their lessons. talented youths that graced the stage. A young man by the .
.
"\. ... '" The first freshman high school classes were held over in one name of Junior Carter gave two very creditable' perfor .'

-'." ..,,' of the community churches and the children from the mances as a soloist, without benefit of accompaniment, as
I ,,j outlying districts, like Lawtey, were brought to school on an did poetess Mary Lane when she read her poem "My Ace of *
;'; \ open backed flat bed truck. When you saw that truck comingyou Spades."

:j1 f'f4 1. "i.,I wondered how they managed to get to and from school Saturday night saw the climax of the week's activities. The
,
.u;" ," without being killed as everytime the driver would turn a show provided is one that has been seen predominately in the i... wr.i.j
i L ;; ::" *" corner there was little black bodies hanging over the sides." black communities, although it has had some limited exposure -

A o. ". 1 Wednesday night saw the community gather to crown on two of the educational television channels.
"Miss Blackness of Bradford County for 1974." Chosen from
Coming from Jacksonville were the theatre troupe from Dancing as an art form has been<< |>r<'\alent lliiouglmut(
the group of young ladies was Miss Carnell Williams, 19- the Afro American Cultural Development Center to perform Black history to the I present! << day.
year-old nursing student enrolled at Santa Fe Community their own dramatic interpretation of "400 Years of Change"under
i iTO College in Gainesville. Miss Williams was chosen for the the direction of the Reverend Granville Reed, who lists
.1 honor because of her educational aims and scholarly ability.
himself as somewhat of a "roving theatrical director"The Ex-Russian: RP/g

the of nights coronation, and
Wednesday
During course
drama presented is one that best defines the role of the

+.\\s name poetry of presented James Chandler., the spotlight Chandler fell on performed a young man a piece by the of black man in his struggle for freedom over a four century ''Fill Sp"/; II'I',.

'.A narrative drama entitled "Tambourines to Glory" by black period beginning with his African lifestyle prior to his cap-
and enslavement. Scenes depicting authentic African Mrs. Katharyn luanouski. Deliberate
ture starvation and
When first he his performance
author Lahson began ,
of the Huges.members of the audience were filled tribal dances, music and dress, blended to a scene of mock a naturalized American the shortage ol goods and
some younger
James Chandler in pose of Black fury during his interpretation with the normal amount of childish giggle to be expectedfrom war flowing to the period of enslavement a re-enactment of citizen who suffered under !services are nothing more
of "Tambourines to Glory" was reminescent of children when faced with someone they know per- a slave auction and to a plantation scene. These set the stage both Communism and than signs" ol Communism's
Naziism, will speak on success.
X
:Malcolm era.
_________. I. i' l._ ." 1 i Friday, March 22 at 8\ p.m. at She thinks that Americans
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the First!; Christian in do not seem to appreciate
NOTICE OF NAMES OF Dated February 1, A. D. 1974. LEGALS, \which you, or either of you, may NOTICE i J Starke. their right to freedom and
PERSONS APPEARING TO BE have against the estate of Louvie SALE : Her speech entitled"Shortages appear unaware that signs i ; ol
OWNERS OF ABANDONED Edna Ray Crawford having claims or demands Gann, deceased, to the Judge of COURT I and Rationing t trannare t beginning to
PROPERTY As Administratrix of the against said estate. said Court, Courthouse Bradford Memories of Russia" will be appear here "\\ l' must 1

Estate of James Harold Craw- You, and each of you are County, Florida, within six sponsored by the Starke educate ourselves) and studs

Pursuant to Section 13 of ford, Deceased hereby notified and required to months from the date of the first the chapter of the John Birch I the i-lleels ol big novernnicni.or .

717 Florida Statutes, present any claims and demands publication of this notice. Brown, Society and will describe wt' will live and 1 suffer in .Idlclalol'ohop
entitled Chapter "Florida Disposition of 2/21 4t 3/14 which. you, or either of you, may Each claim or demand must Court" conditions she and her family like those I It'll I

Unclaimed Property Act", have against the estate of Peter be in writing and must state the Rorida, a'b witnessed under the Soviet: I>l'hind.Irs: I\\unit ski
that the Raf fony, deceased,to the Judgeof place of residence and post- dictatorship, and the same sans
notice is listed hereby below given appear to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, the said Court, Courthouse office address of the claimant the March front, : = conditions she sees developing 'lckt'ls for the appearaiuchere

persons of unclaimed EIGHTH JUDICIA' CIRCUIT OF Bradford County, Florida, within and must be sworn to by the of in this country l11ilbe. obtained l by
be the owners FLORIDA IN AND FOR four((4)) months from the date of claimant, his agent, or his at- the rd'I Mrs Iwanowski watchedthe contacting! Sherrod Hamilton
City r
personal or abandoned.intangible property D-0698-! BRADFORD COUNTY. the first publication of this torney, or it will become void for sale I Communists create a or Fred Johnson in Starke.Ilulon .

presumed Abercombie Oscar L. 614N. notice. according to law. to the terrible famine in her former I Ilerndon( in Laptev t orPaul
0001
CIVIL ACTION Each claim or demand must Each creditor shall deliver ; homeland "Millions of people :
Meng. Hampton
Starke Fl D0101 for
St. ,
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Case No.7443ERNEST be in \writing and must state the sufficient copies of his claim to were deliberately starved to
0001 Board of Public Inst
place of residence and post- enable the Court to mail one to property death when the governmenttook asked
Bradford Co and Andrews M. DELL, Husband' County, : Able Fable When I :
office address of the claimant each personal representative.Dated our food away she!:
Motor Co; D-0101-0002 CrosbyR and ANNA L. DELL, Wife. and must be sworn to by the 2/4, A. D. 1974. 4 recalls She survived. one ol my students: where his
R by Lucian Conner Adm, P 0 his attorney World hoinew irk: paper \\as., he said.
claimant, his agent, or however. and. during
Box 546 Starke Fla 32091; D- NOTICE OF SUIT or it will become void Eileen StenlayAs of SE / fl'f f: War 11, again found herself a "On 1 the way to school I made
0101.0005 Sculley Richard F, 14 Twp. airplane' out ol it. andsinuvtnt'
NO PROPERTY according to law. Administratrix of the victim of tyranny when she an
APO227 Volgelweh Chapel New Each creditor shall deliver Estate of Louvie Gann, Dec. feet, was imprisoned in a Germanwar : hijacked II"
York N Y. Information con ToAnna: L. Dell sufficient copies of his claim to 2/14/ 4t 37NOTICE B. 1 camp. In 1932\ : her dreamto (ontr,,butod Dy AIL"' DtcurNotice

cerning the amount or Rt. 1, Box 77 enable the Court to mail one to thence come to America was :\: in the \\inMon: ,
description of the Property and Blendale Delaware 19941 each personal representative.. 210 feet, realized and ever since Salem. :.N.\: C.. Journal: "I amresponsible
and address of the O. B.
the name Dated January, A. D. 1974. becoming a citizen in lil5H! :; she ?! lor mi douhts hut II
holder may be obtained by any YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat George H. Pierce OF FORECLOSURESALE more or has spoken out about her love my own'
persons possessing an interest in an action for dissolution of As Executor of the Last Will BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT of SE / for this country and her(fear of I II
addressing an 14 Twp. Miss JoAnn Dean was hit of I
the property by marriage has been filed againstyou and Testament of the Estate of the threats now lacing it.
COURT
inquiry to Fred O. Dickinson and you are required to Peter Raffony, fashion show with this "ManyAmericans think

Jr., State Comptroller, as serve a copy of your written Deceased that : creation. that shortages and economic it
NOTICE is hereby given
Abandoned the NW
Administrator, defenses, if any to it, on theplaintiff's 2/14 4t 3/7 the undersigned, Gilbert S chaos in the Soviet Union are a
Property Section Capitol attorney, whose name Circuit 1/40f Man\ wants machineto result of Communism'sfailure
Brown, Clerk of the every
Tallahassee, Florida. Be sure to and address is Dudley P. Hardy, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Court of Bradford County R. 22 be perfect, except the but just the opposite is ;;::-....
number, name Florida
mention account P. O Box 1030, Starke, Florida, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Florida, will on the 12th day of bathroom! scale. amv.'iglan true." Mrs. Iwnnowski says
in this ,
a
and address, as published with ,
proof of 32091, and file th e original FLORIDA, IN. AND FOR March, 1974, at 11 00 A M at S. 18 n Kansas City Star '
notice.. Unless the clerk of the above styled .\.\
is presented to the BRADFORD COUNTY the front door of the Courthouse 26.39 -
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ownership
7 1974, the court on or before March :bO, of Bradford County Florida, in feet,
May ,
holder by
will be delivered to the 1974; otherwise a judgementmay Case No. 74-46 the City of Statka Florida, offer 0. B. St. Rd. i3Mbsle
property Thereafter, all be entered against you for for sale and sell at public outcryto ." I (earU" .
Administrator.
the relief demanded in the ESTATE OF the highest and best bidder
be directedto hourI"i
further claims must I

the Administrator.FRED complaint WITNESS or my petition.hand and theseal PETER RAFFONY, DeceasedThe for property cash,the situate following in described Bradford of pending o; Home CQ". Q .

0. DICKINSON JR. of said Court on February 4, State of Florida, To All County, Florida, town: of \ :: FROM GREEN COVE !,otV Sale

Administrator 1974. Interested in the Estateof -
As Persons
III>
:MISSIONS)
That certain parcel or tract of TAKE ST 16 TO \\OKI.I)
Florida
2/28 2t 3/7/ Gilbert S. Brown said Decedent: CONFKKK.NCK: : :
land Bradford County
in
You are hereby notified that a lying vs-
Clerk of said Court \written instrument purporting to Florida and described as Annie We Have A Home
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Donna M. BransonAs be the Last Will and Testamentof Commence at the NE corner of Come meet I the
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Deputy Clerk said decedent has been the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 'of NW number :Missionaries and enjoy

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR 2/14/ 4t 3/7 admitted to probate in said 1/4. Section 25 T 5 S, R 22 E. To Fit Any Budget - these Inspiringsert" ices

BRADFORD COUNTY.IN Court. thence run West 1044 feet f t to a official TIIL'KSIY!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO You hereby commanded point, thence South 8 f feet t to an day of
are Choose From
RE: ESTATE OF REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME within four calendar months iron pm and FOB thence Ur'harlesArringtim.
JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD continue South 100 feet to an ,Athens Greet
date of the first
Deceased Pursuant to Section 865.09 from publication the of this notice to iron thence West 50 feet to an 2 NEW TOTAL ELEC 2 BR. 54995 FKII>AYKamon
Florida Statutes, notice Is GalindoSpanish;
in said Court and show iron, thence North 100 feet to an Joseph
appear
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo hereby given that the un- iton; thence East 50 feet to an ELEC 3 BR. 5&595
dersigned, AL YOUNG and A. F. cause, if any you can, why the 3 NEW TOTAL S,1TCID.A1'Faye
of
action of said Court in admittingsaid iron and Point BeginningLess
all creditors and all persons YOUNG, JR., doing business should and excepting all road right Taylor
Will not
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against said estate. BISON COMPANY, 117 North 2/28 SL'11.11'Carolyn !:"

You, and each of you, are Walnut Street, Starke Bradford Circuit pursuant to the Final Judgmentof : \\eathe rfonl and
Theron A.Yawn, Judge This MonthPsSPECIAL
32091, intendsto Check Crenshaw
hereby notified and required to County, Florida Genus
claims and demands said fictitious name. Bradford County, Florida Foreclosure entered ,in a case Indians
present any register My
2/14/ 4t 3/7
of the said Court the styleof
pending In
\which you, or either of you, may under the provisions
have against the estate of aforesaid Statute. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT which. IS. Mid-State Homes Ilearour missionaries tell
JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD, DATED this 11th day of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Inc, a Florida corporation. of their work on the

deceased, to the Judge of the February, A. D. 1974, at Starke, FLORIDA IN AND FOR Plaintiff -vs- Benjamin Clark mission fields
said Court, Starke Courthouse Bradford County, Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY Jr., Defendant and the docket 3 Br. Doublewide SBIII1II5< !!! !!!

Bradford County, Florida, within ALYOUNG number of which is 7410. TOTAL ELECTRIC You w ill always Find a
four months from the date of the A. F. YOUNG,JR. 74-45 WITNESS my hand and the warm welcome at

first publication of this notice. 2/144t 3/7 File No. 1-2170 official seal of said Court, this We Set Up & Service First Baptist
1974.
Each claim or demand must 25th day of February

be in writing and must state the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN RE: ESTATE OF "The Church with it Heart.I ,
place of residence and post- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF lOUVIE GANN, Deceased Clerk of the Circuit Court Wa Will Saw You I In the Heart of Sta ike"
office address of the claimant FLORIDA IN AND FOR By: Beulah M. MoodyDeputy

and must be sworn to by' the BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Clerk' Time Money fit Phone: !IMI..fIdIl:

claimant, his agent, or his attorney For Free Transportation
Ale No.74-46 Joseph G. Spicola, Jr.
or it will become void IN RE: ESTATE OF having all creditors claims and or all demands persons SPICOLA and LARKIN, P A. St. Rd. 13 Mobile Home Sales roan ".Bryant., Paifor
according to law. PETER RAF FONY,deceased Attorney for Plaintiff 725 E "
Each creditor shall deliver against said estate. $1OO OFF WITH THIS AD
Blvd. Florida ol Mu.ie
You, and each of you, are Kennedy Tampa tiling I :/ I William o or.> Mil
sufficient of his claim to
copies TO CREDITORSTo 36602.
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The Sweetest Strawberries Thit Side of Heaven BradfordThin Tornado Five Wins


'1'ageN TELEGRAPH February 28, 1914 dads




Union Basketballers Beat Win One, District 5 Cage TitleDisplaying



Lose One '--""" the GC team from their point

Jasper To Win District 6 dously determined a tremen-and positions."It .

Thinclads from Bradford talented defense, Coach was an all-round team
High had a busy week as they effort. We really hit those
participated in three meets Mike Sexton's Bradford defensive boards, said Coach
And Land BerthDominating during the week. High cagers walked away : Sexton. The Big Red team hit
Region Last Friday Bradford 71-50 with the District 5 F both boards, actually, as the
hosted St. Augustine and Class 3A in the first 10 Tornadoes gathered in a
Bolles in tri and rebounds for
a meet fantastic 62 the
all but the first rebounds. Jacksonville Episcopal. The dominated the meet winning minutes of play by evening over the shorter Blue
quarter. Union High Junior Joe Maxwell scored Tigers held Tucker to a slight 109 to SA's 51 and Bolles' 10. allowing Green Cove 1s&4 In Devils.
basketballers rolled 87-51 over 18 points followed by senior six points in the championshipgame Then Saturday 10 members of Springs just two points to ( lit '. t { ZI Most of the Tornado points
Jasper! High in the finals of the Abraham Perry with 16 points the track team went to the their 24.Thereafter. came off missed shots with
Class 2A District 6 tour while pulling down 11 Lake Butler hit a good 46 Saints Run Track and Field BHS, now 21-3 White. Sewell and William.,
nament to land a berth in the rebounds. percent from the field com Meet in Jacksonville and only putting the ball back up. On
the coasted its
Region 2 playoffs. Jasper's Carlton Williamswas pared to Jasper's 35 percent. two placed. Larry Sherman for season, ) defense the Tornuuiir.-.
Jasper won the same title the games leading scorer Rebounding was also placed fourth in the Intermediate way into a berth in the simply wouldn't let GC take a
last year and this is the first with 24 points. Williams hit dominated by Union with 61 hurdles with a Region II Class AAA play decent shot.
time that Union has made it to mostly on short jumpers from compared to Jasper's 30. time of 41.2 while Paul Par downs which begin in \\t tI Curtis White slapped the
Region in years. the key and near the corners. "Jasper played good ball in sons took second place in the Ocala tomorrow night. The ( first GC shot out of the court t
Jack McGill, 6.4 senior Tiger head coach Jimmy the first quarter but then they 880 run in 2:05: minutes. ,I ?'; i _ after it left the Blue Devil's
center paced Lake Butler Thomas said the Lake Butler went to pieces," stated Head Tuesday afternoon BUS Blue Devils, 19-5 going into hands, the first of several
with 19 points and 17 defense keyed on Ronald Coach Jimmy Thomas. "In hosted another meet this time Saturday's district finals at blocked shots at which the
rebounds. McGill scored mostof Tucker who Friday sent the second quarter we started with Palatka South and St. St. Johns River Junior Tornadoes are most adept
his points by putting up Jasper into the finals via his 25 (See Page 9)) (See Page 9) College in Palatka, didn't Alvaughn Golden got the
layups after grabbing the point performance against know what struck as the first points of the game from
the left corner on a long shot
Tornadoes all but blew White added the second
I BHS Tennis Team Beats Union HighPlaying them off the floor on the basket tipping in a Golden

way to an easy victory 4r p shot t that missed.White scored 1
'
in cold weather and "We were just a much Mitchell 8-3, Kathy Casey 8-0 tennis for three or four years. Thereafter 21-3 the third BHS basket a lay-
brisk winds Bradford tennis stronger team than they and Ruth Hazen 8-0. Most of the Bradford players for the ,BHS coasted now its up on a sharp feed from the
players rolled over Lake were," says Tennis Coach Jockel and Hazen won their have been playing for about into a berth season in the Region way II top of the key by Abie
Williams. Then White got the
Butler Tuesday afternoon Melba Howard. "When we doubles match 80. Mitchelland one year. Class AAA play downs which
while Monday the boys team fourth BHS basket on a
meet with Bolles Thursday it McMillan 8-1.
won "Its not how long you've hada begin in Ocala tomorrow
Sewell rebounded
lost to Madison 70. jumper.
might be a reversed story. Scoring for the boys were but how The Blue
team, many years night Devils, 19.5 White's shot and it
The boys and girls: played in Mike McRae 8-4, Bruce put up
you have played tennis, says going into Saturday's district for the fifth basket then
Lake Butler The girls and Scores in the girls singles Tucker 8-5, Chuck Hutcheson Coach Howard. finals at St. Johns River Ha again Golden hit fast break
boys won 7-0 over their opponents were Jennifer Jockel 8-1, 8-0, Johnny Hobbs 8-0, and Junior College in Palatka, on a
.
"Bruce Tucker the basket
was only
lljalmar McMillan 8-0, Debbie
Randy Crews 83.
didn't know what struck as the
player that looked aggressive.He Green Cove simply couldn'tget
McRae and Hobbs won 8-1
Tornadoes all but blew them
-------------------- played a fine match, shot off. Sewell slammedone l
II -- ---- "-----" a
while Tucker and Andy Crews off the floor on the to an
according to Coach Howard. way attempt out of bounds with I
: won 83. Tucker lost his first match 6-7 easy victory.It about 5:30: of the game gone.
Opening; March 2 "The boys team in Lake is the second straight
then the second
: Butler is a little stronger than 57. district cage championship But with 4:30: left in the first I
t the girls team," says Coach Mike McRae lost his mat for BUS; last year was an period GC's Brittingham hit I

I STOCK GAR Howard.This was Hobbs' first match ches Hutcheson 6-4 and 6-3 and 6-2,6-0 Church, Andy upset Led, this offensively year was by not.their on point a BUS 10-foot led jumper.102. At that I

and the score does not indicate Crews 6-1 and 6-3, and Randy three big men, who kept the Alvaughn Golden hits this shot last Saturday night in the With 2:30: left in the first
how well he can play, according Crews lost his matches 6-1 and pressure on rival Green Coveon district playoffs at the St.Johns Junior College f g>m quarter. Williams reboundedSewell's l
I to Mrs. Howard. "I 62. shot and put it up forBUS'
both the offensive and
Sewell got 20 points and 18 putting in shots missed by
15th and 16th
was real pleased with the rest McRae and Tucker playedas defensive boards, the Tor- points
rebounds. Abie Williams
of the team." a doubles team and lost 6-0 teammates White made it 20.2 as the first
nadoes in Coach Sexton'swords
21J and 6-4 while Hutcheson and chipped in with 14 points and Alvaughn Golden ann Elva period ended by reboundingand
Thursday the boys and girls David George composed the "did a heck of a job. 14 rebounds. The three Hcimpton were most effectiveon putting up a missed shot.
teams will travel to Bolles in Curtis White, not to be outdone averaged 56 percent from the defense Friday night then in Williams'
other team and lost 6.2 and 60. tipping
Jacksonville then the girls duplicated DonnieSewell's floor, many of their buckets although either is capable of missed jumper. I
have a match at the Starke "I was very disappointed in Friday night performance being good percentage shots. scoring in double figures as Opening the second period
EVERY I Golf and Country Club. their play but they are much of 27 points and 20 The big three kept out jumping each has demonstrated. The Elva Hampton fed White
Tuesday both teams will better than the scores in- rebounds. Against GC big 6-4 shorter GC opponents and two guards kept pressure on under the basket then
SATURDAYNIGHT travel to( Macclenny.The dicate," says Coach Howard. Williams fed Sewell on a
boys have a 2-3 record "We will just have to work BHS Golfers Beat Lake sharp fast break basket. BUS
while the girls have an impressive that much harder each day City led 24-2 before Hampton
4-1 record. until we develop some con fouled GC's Asbell and lie
t TIME TRIALS 730 FIRST RACE 8.30 Mini Monday the boys team lost sistency."
sank two charity shots to
LATE MODELS AND BOMBERSa Stocks to a Madison team formed just "My main concern is to Lose To make it 24-4.
Baker 2 StrokesBradford
four days before the match,7- develop skilled tennis playersand By From that point Green Cove
0, running their record to 13. to look forward to
I LAKE CITY SPEEDWAY began to improve, to look
Although the Madison teamis Bradford High producingsome High golfers beat thought. BHS cut off eight !thot17.. Lee Casey 48.and Jeff more like the team that
most of the top tenr.is players in this Lake strokes strokes to a 162 and were still McRae 49.Watts .
5 MILES SOUTH OF LAKE CITY ON U.S. 41 new players on City by 10 170- amassed a l'j-5\ record this
the team have been playing area. 160,last Friday on the friendly beaten by Baker County High. and Gaines carded! season prior to Saturdaynijht's
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greens of the Starke Golf and Junior Ed Watts led the 39's to lead BIIS in Macclenny : contest. BUS was not
---------------- ---------------- -----------&-.- -----------.1..11.1'"
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------------------- -- Club but Tornadoes Lake of
------------------------------------------------------ -- ------- ----------------------- --------------------- Country were edged over City outscored in any quarter
two strokes, 162-160, Tuesday with a one-over-par 37 to beat Watts won his match by threestrokes play but the second quarter
f ft in Macclenny.The his opponent by seven strokes. over R. Adams edge was by one point. 14-13.
t Fishermen This Add Is split opens the season Sophomore David Gaines shota Gaines beat his man by five and the half ended 34-15. BHS.
for BHS linksmen, now 11. 42 to beat his opponent by strokes. But B. Raynor shot a BHS won 17-15 in the third
{ For You They play at Fernandina this three strokes, sophomoreMatt one-over-par 37. tin the nine period and the two teams tied
Friday, March 1, and meet Herres carded a 44 over greens Kay nor putted 12 20-20 in the fourth quarter but
Bolles on the local country the nine holes to tie his op- times including some lengthv the Tornadoes held their
MR. BUSH DID PROMISE THE BEST TACKLE club course next Tuesday, ponent, and sophomore Bobby shots, according to Coach substantial 13 to 20 point lead
41 Adkinson, to be the differencein
March 5, at 3 p.m.If Patterson's saw him lose by the entire game.
!!M SAW. cut 10 strokes off their 170 Seven BHS golfers played BIIS' Herres shot 42 to beat them the good shot" Sexton
03 total against Lake City, they against Lake City, but the his man by one point. Pat- summed up the game. "They
could Be contenders, Coach matches are scored with the terson also carded a 42 but lost
Well Warney Adkinson says he top four men. Gene Tanner to Haynor by five strokes. (See Page' !9)


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BHS Cagers Land Berth To Region 2 Play-Offs



! Bradford High
cagers after
winning the District 5 Class 3A Saturday the night at 8 p.m. for and we have a fine record witha "We are going to have to If Bradford wins the held at the Jacksonville

championship, now have a RegionAl Championship.The fine ball club. I think we can play our best ball and continueto Regional tournament, that Coliseum next Friday and
second chance to try for the tournament will be win it all," commented play the way we have to win will land them a berth in the Saturday March 89.
in
played Ocala at the Central
Regional 2 state Class 3A
championship this Florida Community Sexton. Regional, says Sexton. Tournament
weekend in Ocala. College
"I think that we have gym.
a real

good Mike Head chance Bradford Sexton of of winning Varsity this ,"Coach says 22-8 nadoes Bishop record are Moore while going is sporting the into Tor-the a BHS Weight Lifters Lose To Buchholz UHS Bushel bull..- Xr

year's
j team. Last year BHS made it tournament with a 21-3 record. (From Page 8))

into the finals before Ocala Ocala record. Forest has a 23-2 Bradford High weight lifters fine job, according to Red 198 pound class and Donnie to control the board and

Forest beat Bradford 64-46 to An Orlando had lost 35-27 to Buchholz Monday ding. "Meng, Crews and Neel placed second in the started playing better
put them out of the running in Bradford favored paper for the afternoon in Gainesville Strickland are all\ right at the heavy weights with a total of defense."
the semifinals.The leaving BHS with a 1-3 recordso in the 470
championship but Boach top of their classes pounds. Union now has a 19-5 season
Tornadoes will meet Sexton feels Ocala has the far this season. state," says Redding. "Neel has really worked record while having a 9-3
Orlando Bishop Moore at 7-30: best chance. have the Bradford took three first David Harper placed thirdin hard and if he can bring his Suwannee conference record.
Friday "They in the meets, the three the 165 class with jerk he'll be all "
I p.m. night. Winner of best record and have the home lightest pound a up right, says
, the BUS-BM game will play court" Sexton. classes. Kevin Meng total of 465 pounds and Marlon Redding. Swore Ity Quarter:
I the winner of says took first place in the 123 Bradford's
the Ocala "We are deserving of Thornton took second place next meet is LB 12 24 19 3187
i Forrest-Ovledo game the state ratings very we've gotten pound class with a total of 345 with 410 pounds. Danny Anderson Monday, March 11, at home JH 15 10 12 14 51
out of the two lifts. John Kilby took third place in the against Citrus at 1 p.m.
took second place in the same
class with 320 pounds. Meng is Union Jones 4-0-8 Perry 7- 4.
301 DRIVE undefeated so far this year. 7 Points In Third InningA 2-16, McGill 8-3-19, Maxwell 6-
IN "He is doing an outstandingjob 6-18, Stewart 1-0-2, Banks 2-0- James! AldrhlfiP gets his shot blinked! last Saturday night(
and if he gets his squat explosion in 4, Young 4-4-12 Griffin 2-2-6, when the Tornadoes! brat nay high to win the District I li
seven point Nichols
Show down he will have a good boosted home to end the Bolswell 102. Totals 35-17-87 toul'iia lllellt.
Begins At Sundown the third inning
in
chance for state," says scoring! the third inning.
baseballers to
Bradford High
Union scored its second run
Coach Butch
Weight Lifting
Redding. an 8-2 opening win over Union in the fifth inning on an Jasper Williams 11-2-24 8 Musicians To Perform At Univ
Butler
in Lake
FRI.-SAT. County Tucker
MARCH unearned John Ross was 1-4-6. Lock 1-1-3,
1-2 Mike Crews placed first in run. ...
the 132 pound class with a total Tuesday.is the first time in walked then Fred Clemmon Mitchell 3-0-6 Simmons 1-1-3, tight; local musicians will formances of Verdi s"Mansonf
This
DOUBLE lift of 405 pounds. Bill Stone its flied out. Dwight Griffis Powell 1-0-2 Britsol 0-1-1, participate in the final gala Requiem It Mill
FEATURE placed second with a total of years baseball that Bradford with opened win. walked then Hazen's Speight 306. Totals 21-9-51. concert of the President's mass a chorus of 2H( ) voices as
season a
300 pounds. "Crews is doing a Last BHS ended with a 5- sacrifice scored Ross. Third Annual Festival of well as an augmented i symphony
fine job for us." year BIIS scored its last run in Music in the University of orchestra.
a Stuart Strickland had his 11 record. the seventh inning. Pinch Florida auditorium at 8:15: : Plavini in the orchestra lor
Wise pitched a The 2 tournamentwil
+ best match of the year taking Tommy Hitter Steve Register led off Region p. m. 'riday.larch! I. this musical event will be
HE WOMB'S MOST ITIt MAN first place in the 148 pound three hitter for Bradford while with a walk. Kilby sacrificed begin Friday night at the This final concert in the Donald Salazar and Richard
THMniNOHII knocking two runs in with two Gainesville High gym at 7:30::
FUN Festival will be
Of CONODISTNEVIR class with a total lift of 465 John McCutchen (pinch month-long Kirkland both of StarkeSingmgwdhthechorus
triples and three hits. when Hawthorne meets
pounds. Strickland is doing aTorruidoes. runner for Register) to third conducted by Alfredo An- will bi
BHS now stands with a 1-0 Bunnell. Then Union meets
BEFORE SEEN 7 and Wise hit one of his triplesto tonini, music director lor the Bill !McKac. Don Hardy. Paul
record while Union remains Newberry at 9 p.m. The Columbia Broadcasting
score McCutchen. Faulkner Jr.. and'La'lll1
1e.rq.raunx. winless with a 0-5 record. Green, who led the Tornadoes winners will play Saturday System and will be one of the Collins, all of Starke. and !Mr
"We did all commented at for the cham-
... right" night 8 looth anniversary
Head last year in hitting per- and Mrs Richard Scott.
a pleased pionship.
with 390!) started out
a average Brooker.
8))
(From Page Baseball Coach Harry Hat
cher of the Bradford team. the year with a perfect day at Bud Cheeks: Tickets I for the concert (arc
the plate, three for three hits Hawthorne Newberry and tree but requests must IK-
had to take the bad percentage "Wise pitched a good
COW.uraa.ro|I Po game and and with Being .Cashed. 1 Donald! K
shot and they just except for his wildness." scoring one run Bunnell are all veterans of sent: in to 1 Dr. :
one RBI. last year's regional excitement !McGolthlin chairman. 1 Dept
didn't make them. The Union opened scoring in the A
i refused to Bradford's next game will with the Tigers being young man calling Music.! U of F. (Jainesvillr i l ,
Tornadoes first by
simply two singles
inning on himself Dennis Ricky Johns
PtUS be Lake
next Tuesday against the only Region rookies. Last
play GC's normal deliberateand Joe Brannen and Danny has been cashing checks in
Butler home ground
slow type game. AlthoughGC Hazen which scored Bill Cain on year, l Hawthorne captured the Starke according to S rkBuilders' 'I6'I'o (; rlsluule
:..AND THE starting at 1 1:30: p.m. Most of tourney title enroute to the
and base with
who
players were quick got on afielder's
i. Supply Owner Carl
the will be viewed by the
BATTLE AXES OF game state playoffs in Jacksonville
could obviously hit the basket, choice. Lamar Johns and .
BIIS student body. Then next Trainiii < CUll !'...
where the Hornets lost to !
the Tornadoes running. Then in the third inning
THE kept
KNIGHTS Friday BIIS plays Live Oak at Melbourne Central Catholic, businessmen honor the checks
Using a set shot from the Bradford broke loose and because think the
"
they young
THE staff
SHOOK home starting at 4 p.m. the eventual state champions. Forty-six personnelfrom
corner which he hit con scored seven runs to gain the man to be Johns' son Kicky. UnIOn Correctional 1
EARTH OF THE 111r sistently, Reggie Westbrookled lead. David Kilby led off witha Johns says he knows of four Institution will graduate!

HOLY LANDr GC with 18 points, six field single followed by another 2 Bradford SJRJC different parties who have tomorrow i 10'1'1I1,11lal'l'h 1
goals and six free throws. single from Wise. Then junior accepted checks from Dennis from a Iso-hour resident
Score By Quarters: Matt Hull doubled, knocking Ricky Johns. One party holds training
BHS 20 14 17 20-71 Kilby and Wise in for two Debaters Place 2nd three checks totaling Slid.>> Graduation program will take place
GC 2 13 IS 20-50 runs. Senior captain Charlie
Johns' son signs his name at I II I a.m tomorrow at t/'CI; I in
BHS White 11-5-27, Green singled and Hull wentin Richard A. Johns, who is Kailord Personnel !from all

Williams 6-2-14, Golden 2-1-5 for the score. State Schools called lucky He is a studentat major correctional I institutions
Sewell 8-4-20, Hodge 0-0-0 Green then stole second and Amon Jacksonville University' I in the Florida

Hampton 1-1-3. Aldridge 0-0-0, Stuart Duncan singled and is home only on weekends"Soooooooooooeoooe; will In- represented.DeWift .
1 1 I' The St. Johns River Junior system
IJerry 1-0-2. Totals 291371. knocking in Green. Duncan the first three rounds. In
second. Jeremiah College debate team of Joe the SJRJC
GC Edwards 3-3-9 Brit- then stole quarter-finals ccccccccccccccc
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tingham 4-0-8, Taylor A. 1-0-2 Johnson got on first on an Scanlan and Terry Brown lost Viking team eliminated I

Once upon a time ; I.f Johnson Asbell 2-0-4 419.Westbrook Totals 201050.6-6-18, Whitehead error by third while basemen Duncan Tim in tournament the finals of last the week F.I.F.A.in Broward Junior College to I I I II II II II C. Jones; 1

there was a male scored on the play. Tampa, to finish second Florida'suniversities in the advance into semis where I I

s .f P.Central Game With Johnson on first state among they also downed Florida I Funeral Home
and
chauvinist pig... "Boy he was really Johnny Nichols doubled and novice division.junior State University only to lose in
the
something. He really got up Johnson scored on the hit. colleges in the finals to Valencia Junior $
of. STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL
and then he met there, didn't he," said Coach Jimmy Prevatt then singled Both are 1972 graduates School and College.In |
Bradford High \ \
Donnie
Mile Sexton of big 6-4
Pamela. Scanlan is a former BUS HOSPITAL REDS WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS
'J ; Sewell who dominated the I |
t boards Friday night against BUS Thinclails... debator. Both are from the first round of the I I & CRUTCHES
the SJRJC team had
tourney
'rfl Tornadoes Palatka Central with 20 to reboundsand lead the From Page 8) Starke.The team advanced into won over the same Valencia KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

} 27 points, his high of the PS took eliminations with a 4-2 record team, before losing to PHONE 473-3176
parcsscxamela \ Augustine visiting. but it had been an uphill fight Brevard and to another
Sewell had his best
season. the meet with ease. Scores 1-2 following Valencia team. FOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtfSawyer
after standing
night of the season as the were like this PS-128 points
Tornadoes bombed Central 82- BIIS-52. and SA-11.
-
46 to get into the finals of the Sherman was the -
Larry
Release
Cove.A home meet against SA and SladeAirconditioning
hot handed Tornado five Bolles. Sherman placed first -
post a 27-16 first period lead in the 120 High hurdles in 16.6
YOU HAVE with both teams hitting seconds and the intermediate

} consistently BHS outscored hurdles with a time of 41.0
f
Central 16-13 in the second seconds.
DATESffPMOTHEfi period to take a 43-29 halftime Bradford took the mile relay

advantage with the Bulldogs race in a time of 3:40: minutes.
staying close by playing a Members of the team were

slowdown type game keeping George Bennett, James

,. roowa'STAFO11tQ6 the Tornadoes from their Chancier Robert Brown, and 332 \V. Madison St. 964-7701
favorite running game. Larry Sherman.
But in the third period a Mark Hodges took first
tight zone defense with Tor- place in the mile run with a
nado defenders picking up time of 4:47.2: minutes and tied '
KAtHEfllNEone 11sfE < rry Central quicker than a usual for first place in the two mile

opponent put the pressure on run with a time of 11:18:
the Bulldogs. BUS also got the minutes. CENTRALHEAT

ball inside and big Sewell and "The reason we did so wellis
of thtv rv popular Curtis White got on the boardsto because the other team .-
put up missed shots. It didn't have depth. Our lack of ,

ncitirrs ot iB linu- added up to a 23-4 quarter for strength in the sprints is still I
[ BHS with White getting 10 hurting us," commented Head HEATSALE
points and Sewell] 6 as they Track Coach Grover Howard. )

completely dominated the Talking about the Saints Q
board at both ends of the Run "I only took the people
BILLYJACK court. that I thought had a chance to
Central's Kenneth Brown, place. The competition was
who led his team with 16 tough against mostly 4A ,
points,scored the four Bulldog schools," says Howard.
points in the third period. By Bradford scorers in the PS-

the end of the third period SA meet are listed with their 7 Outlets with 1 Return
BHS had doubled the score, 66- times and distances:
120 High Hurdles-1st, Larry
33.Coach Sexton pulled his Sherm, 16.5 seconds. Gas Furnace Located
horses in before the fourth 100 Yard Dash-2nd, George Centrally
period and BHS still outscored Bennett, 10.7 seconds.
Central 16-13 in the fourth Mile Run 1st Hodges, 4:44.9:
period. minutes.
Three Tornadoes were in 880 Relay-2nd, BHS. 1:39.2.:
double figures starting with Team Chandler, Mullins, 24,000 BTU Cooling 80,000 Gas Furnace

IJ' Sewell's 27 points: White and Barber, Puckett.
Abie Williams also had 10 440 Dash p 1st. Bennett,
points each. Wayne Berry 53.0; 3rd, Gordon 57.5. Outlets
: ,, t.f added nine points Alvaughn 330 IH 1st Sherman 41.6;
Golden and Elva Hampton 2nd Bell 44.7. $139000

eight each. SMR; 2nd, 2:13.8.: Team -

\\ Mullins, Barber, Puckett, 1 Return
Score By Quarters: Brown.
BHS 27162316-82 220 Dash 4th, Mullins 25.5.
'"f: PC 16 13 4 13.46 Mile Relay 2nd BUS

DELORES TAYLOR ..... BIiS-White 3-4-10. Williams 3:41.4.: Team Bennett w* AiMakM: Of'Air Conditioning PLUS
HOVWT
_. ..TOM LAUGHLIN .c.s. ,CLARK 5-0-10, Golden 4-0-8. Sewell 11527 Chandler, Brown Sherman.
Ic_t)FWW..It*U CHWIIM.FnM..MART l ROSE.tan ......*I C.(RUM Hodge 2-0-4, Hampton 4- Long Jump 4th, Mullins Service Room Units To Central Heating 964-7701 NECESSARYELECTRICAL

t lltMul JIudM film: top*."*!Production, TECHMOXM [Pac 1 0-8,Aldridge 0-0-0,Berry 4-1-9, 18.3 1-2 feet. Call Ut For Fait Proftitloml. &
__......_-.-.0.._ __C.'i McMillian 2-- 'Green 102. High Jump-4th, Lennon, 5'4 Conditioning Sorvieo GAS PIPING
Totals 36-10-82.
THREE DAYS ONLY PC Brown 7-2-16, Thomas feet.Disc 3rd, Puckett, 123'2;

4-3-11,Johnson 1-0-2, Kaymore 4th Haynes. 11710.
STARTS FRIDAY 5-1-11,Williams 2-0-4, Lewis 0- Pole Vault 3rd, Kirchaine. Consult Slade
0-0 Daniels 1-0-1: Totals 20-6- 9'6; 4th, Hodges, 8'0. Sawyer -
46. "It was very cold at the
FLORIDA THEATERONE Central had gotten into the meet. That was the cause of
semi-finals of the)tournamentby some of the slow times of all
upsetting Palatka South teams." says Howard
STARTS FRIDAY
WEEK ONLY 40-39 Thursday night using a "We weren't even in the AirconditioningFor

slow down type game and game. We were just beat by a
DI successfully freezing the ball superior track team," says
Jacksonville, Edgewood, Midway at the end of the game Cen- Coach Howard of Palatka.Bradford's Your Heating AirConditioning ,
tral was never able to use next meet is at

Twin I those tactics on the Tornadoes home against Buchholz
Gainesville-Center Friday night.The Big Red five Tuesday afternoon at 4. This Needs Today.Ft'bruar.v .
refused to slow down and play will be the last home meet
Central's game. until April 5.







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I : sympathize with them in the News
WTEY; Community
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Saturday loss of their night.homes by fire on


Church Of God Sunday by Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and
School, 10 a.m. Worship Tammy of Maxville visited
Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. MYF p.m. followed by Choir visited the first grade classes Mrs. Earl Teston Jerry her parents, Mr. and Mrs. By Elizabeth :lveiw Walker
7 last week. He explained his Michael, and Nancy, attendeda
YPE and Prayer Meeting Practice at 7:30.: Harold Eunice Sunday afternoon -
p.m. Saturday. work as a police officer and Health Class Picnic at the Other guests were NAACP MEETINGThe Rev. S. E. Mosely, pastor. Circle meets each Thursday
stressed safety as an im- City Park in Gainesville their sister, Mrs. T. L. Bary, Sunday School, 10 a.m. night. Prayer Band, Friday
Faith Baptist Church United Methodist Women portant part of school life. Sunday for Special Students of and Julie, of Jacksonville.Mr. regular meeting of the Mogjing Worship at 41- Afternoon night. Ushers Board No. 1 will
at the home of Mrs.Truby kitchen
met 4 from the
Radio Program over WPXE the University of Florida, Her Bradford County NAACP will service p.m. sell dinners
Wainwright Tuesday morningat and Mrs. James be held Tuesday March 5, at always welcome. Saturday night. Monthly
Visitprs
Bible Third Grade
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday Mrs. Tatum's son, Jerry, was one of the
10 a.m. Mrs. Wainwrightand and Mrs. O. teachers
and Mr. School
Wiggins, 7:30 at Greater Allen Sunday
:
Worship on Wed students. Others p.m.
School, 10 a.m. presented a play attending the
Miss Arthurine Blan- Jacksonville Church, held at 6
of be
Wiggins New Bethel Baptist will p.m.
B. Chapel AME Church. All meeting
and did
7:30 students
Services, 11 a.m. : nesday. The an picnic were Mr. and Mrs.
chard, hostesses, served were Sunday dinner guests of interested citizens and Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday is pastoral day.
School on Bible Doctrine, excellent job of performing Randy Hayes of Hampton and
p.m. refreshments first. The Mr. and Mrs. B. services with will begin
begin School
their parents members are invited to at- Weekly Sunday
Tuesday 8 p.m. Pastor'shome. before a big audience.We Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Teston of
meeting each meeting was opened with Starke. L. Wilkison, Sr. Other guests tend. Bible Class and Prayer services at 9:30.: Morning
Prayer devotional by Mrs. Minnie during the afternoon were Meeting on Wednesday night. Worship a.m. Dinners will
Wednesday at 7:30: Bible are happy to have had 13
Study.A. Coss, after which a programwas new students enrolled in our Chief and Mrs. John L. their son-in-law and daughter, Friday night Choir No. 2 will be sold from the kitchen by the
presented by Mrs. Mrs. R. W. Edwards, School at 10 Evening service -
school during February. Davis and son of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and DELL CHAPTER OES rehearse. Sunday Junior Choir.
Elouise Olin on Home Three of our students have Saturday also of Jacksonville, and their Dell Chapter 168 will hold its a.m. will conclude services for 6 p.m. Annual Ushers
E. Massey attended a Missions. There were 18 overnight Mr. services will held
moved but the number that guests of Chief and Mrs. son and daughter-in-law regular meeting Thursday the day. Regular Anniversary will be on
meeting at the Missionary present. will be reported on the Barry Watts and son. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison. night March 14, in the be held Sunday March 10. the fourth Friday night in
Faith Church of
Baptist statewide count is still above Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. March.
Hollywood on the 17th. in October.In Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly at 8 p.m. All members are Ebenezer Baptist Church
that
Highland Baptist Church reported Mrs. O. J. Phillips returned
Brother Jim Washer is the visited their cousins, Mr. and AME:
asked to please be present and Rev. Davis, pastor. Grt'att'rIIt'n Chapel
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. home Saturday after a visit Leroy
Pastor. Brother Ray Hiatt of Worship Service, 11 a.m. spite of bad weather, the with her son-in-law and Mrs. P. L. Seavers in on time. Junior Choir rehearsal each Church, Rev. B. C. Williams
Hazard, Ky. (missionary in PTA well at- Jacksonville Monday.Jeff Wednesday before the first pastor. Suday School, 10 a.m.
mountains of ) Choir Practice 6:30.: Evening meeting was daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fate
Kentucky was
Service, 7:30.: Prayer meeting tended. The next meeting will Redd, of Macon, Ga. SCHOOL NEWS Sunday, Business meeting Love Feast, 11 a.m. Com-
the He invited to
speaker. was Wednesday 7:30.: be on April 2 and part of the Cain and Miss Shirley each Monday night after the munion Service, 5:30: p.m.
speak at Faith Baptist Churchon program will be devoted to the Mrs. Lucille Cauley and Vacnep, from the Universityof Basic Adult Classes are in First Sunday. Bible Sunday March 10, is the
Sunday the 24th and alsoon nomination of new officers for children were Sunday dinner Florida, Gainesville, were progress in various areas of Class and Prayer Meeting termination of the Come As
radio program. The Church school An dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the county. All interested after the You Are program, sponsoredby
:Northsiile Baptist Church the 1974-75 year. guests of her brother and each Monday night
services
had enjoyable day and dinner on duringthe the Sunday School, 10 a.m. additional part of the programwill sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. llermie Kelly on Sunday of persons are Invited to attend first Sunday. Sunday services the Junior Church. All
: Worship Services, 11 a.m. and be a Spring Fashion show Frank Starling in Baldwin. last week. for personal benefits or to begin with Sunday School at members are asked to please
to
ground. They plan help
7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting for the Lawtey students.A improve for a better job or 9:45.: Consecration Service at cooperate with each captain
Brother Hiatt in
support work. Monday at 7:30.: Mrs. Beckie LaMontagne of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. earn a high school diploma. 10:30.: Morning Worship, 11 for the benefit of this activity.
missionary of
and Hall
school safety patrol has St. Augustine spent the Williams\ Each individual has an opportunity a.m. with the Junior Choir in
and Mr. and Mrs.
Grace United :Methodist been organized and the first weekend with her parents Wellborn,R. Sum merlin, of to learn a trade in charge of song service at 3
SCHOOL :NEWS week's duty has been George any area desired. Mrs. Susie Mae White
Church Sunday School, 9:45: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford. dinner p.m.
Officer Tomosovitch of the assigned. The following Lake City, were guestsof Music concepts are being will show a film"A Trip "
Services. 11a.m \
a.m Worship their brother-in-law and taught by Mrs. Z. P. Jennings.This The )\ / \}
and 7 Wednesday Starke Police Department students are members of the Mrs. Gerald Bouchard of Around The World. \ I
and Mrs. Hubert
p.m. sister, Mr.
patrol: Bruce Massey, George Fayette Mich is visitng her includes music fun- public is invited to attend. \ 1 h ,
Loznicka, Eddie Cauley, Mike brother and sister-in-law. Priest on Sunday.Mr. damentals, piano auto harp, Evening Service 7:30.: .J ,.1' ( !
Teston, Kenny !Massey Chief and Mrs. B. F. McCulleyand and singing. You will receive
The Bradford Co. TelegraphWILL !Michael Jordan, Mark An- son for sometime. On and Mrs. Jack Estes of credit toward completing high Greater Freewill Baptist JI\
derson, !Marvin Norman, Mike Sunday she, with the Mc- Brunswick, Ga. called on Mr. school and it will also help Church. Rev. Jasper :

SELL Southerland, Tim Wilson, Culleys, visited their uncle and Mrs. Hermie Kelly you become a better choir Williams\ pastor. Weekly I
!Marie Pendarvis, Teresa and aunt, Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Wednesday of last week. member. For information call services begin with Ushers test-tighten I
Harley. Lois Moore, Robin Grider, in Starke. Vo-Tech, 9646150. Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3 "Will-power walk.
ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO Tatum, Angie Higginbotham, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly meeting Monday night. Senior one shoe lace and then 'i
Salatheia JenkinsIarlene! Friends of Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. A. P. CHURCH NEWS Choir rehearsal Tuesday around without tightening the

!McWilliams, Annette Austin, Paul Crawford and family and Hallman of Keystone Heightslast night. Prayer Meeting other."
APPEARING IN THE PAPER Janet Williams, Chris Mrs. Thelma Higginbotham, Saturday afternoon. New Hope Baptist Church Wednesday night. Ladies

and Dee Gaskins.
Hamilton,
.II' .. I II

Cost 52.25 Each PERSONALSMr. I I I II I

.and !Mrs. Phil Eunice of
Graham were guests of their P QBk f r o

parents, !Mr. and !Mrs. Harold
Eunice on Wednesday EveryDayLowPrice | EveryDayLowPrice] FOOD

evening. Other guests were

KEYSTONE MELROSE their son and daughter-in-law, ,"".tr"rr, =n -. -... I
!Mr. and !Mrs. Sammy Eunice. Pantry I
REGULAR GRIND|

Business Directory !Mrs. Joyce Futch of CENTER CUT CHUCK Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK FAIR

Blackshear, Ga. called on her

sister, !Miss Elizabeth Terry,

FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE Monday morning.Mrs. COFFEELB SUPERMARKETS
I
C. R. Crews and STARKE'S

SUPPLIES GARDENSlim's Glenann spent the weekend 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.
with her son-in-law and ROASTLB
,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. tVtbCAA..... ..:AM/Ct..CC1.... ; ..'..A.-'
/ HARDWAREFish'N'Str ..
titae Jacksonville.Tommy Clayton They and brought son, of TT5 < He AICYActtrsC N11CMUl. c.

M/'"//lllIIId IICcljJr
home afternoon.
them Sunday
ff GARDEN CENTER BAG U.S.D.L FOOD STaMP

Live Bait Friends of Ernest Hewitt of COUPONSflrRICE
A complete line of IIdw.
Crlckl'ts-Shinners-Worms Tallahassee, son-in-law Of
BENJAMIN: : MOORE PISTSPlumbin
:Minnows Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs,

TACKLE-RODS-REELS Gro-Tone&Electrical Fertilizers Supp regret fered a to severe learn stroke that he while suf- Pantry IIUIIAPANTRY I PRIDEBUTTER 1 CHUCK \i : ;,:

F'ISIIING&IIUNTING Insecticides; driving the car downtown in Pride Frozen IIaPArcrr I I
Lumber
Materials
LICENSES-.IMJIUNITION: : : BUilding Tallahassee. He is not doing
hwy. ZI N. ZOOyds From light
ICE well at all at this time. STEAK
Keystone IIgts. 413-1357 Keystone Heights 473-3663 WAFFLES 1

Mrs. Jack Kuhne and John 5 OZ PKG 1



Electric CONTRACTORSBell Co/ Triangle "R"Enterprise and went.Mrs.visited Newsom to Chiefland Mrs.her returned Jim parents Newsom.Mrs. Saturdayand home, Mr.. 2/25C 14'579L! I i .' .99JIFFYrINGLEUYER C


Inc. with her and will spend the I
week with the Kuhnes.Mr. ; LB
W. Bell,Owner
A GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Llcenst'd.lnsurt'd .and Mrs. George Griffis EveryDayLowPrke
Commercial EveryDayLowPriceCVOKO
EveryDayLowPrkelEAMMEATV EveryDayLowPrke
announce the arrival of a son
Residential The Linda Featuring!Cedar Homes on Feb. 20 in Baker County FRESH TENDER *aiuoi SLICED 1/4

Electrical Fixtures Repairs .173-2110 Hospital Macclenny.Mr. FRESH PORK GROUNDBEEF FRESH Pork LoinCHOPS
473,3342
Keystone Hgts. 473.3602 St. ltd. ZI N. .and Mrs. Floyd Normanof BUTTS i11 FRYERS

P.O. Box 657 Jacksonville visited their

parents, Mr. and Mrs. 45.
Leonard Norman, their son,
Mitchell and their brother
AUTO SERVICE and sister-in-law, Mr. and

Mrs.Carl Norman and familyon i Pantry Pride GREGGS

Saturday.Mr. ""*
KEYSTONE I

UuhberStumps and Mrs. Randy Hayesof LEMON 1 i COOKIES

AUTO SERVICE Hampton Teston and Mr.of and Starke Mrs. MIXES\ !'::'] FLOUR

Wayne | foot CHOC. CHIP COCONUT BARS.
Front End Alignment visited their parents, Mr. and LEMON FUDGE- ,
Brad pord 7.SOI FROSTING-WHITE I OATMEAL CUTTER FLAVORED
Speed Wheel Balancing J !Mrs. Earl Teston, during the 80S FUDGE BROWNIE BLUEBERRY MUFFIN-, < 1 PLAIN
week. tne r
'
Air Conditioning Service Teh' h 1 '

grap Mrs. C. R. Crews spent i 5 LBBAG 69RAISIN/
Brake Service Saturday with her granddaughter 2/25: : 4/l

Joney Crews, in St. i i
1.ubricatlon-Oil Change JOHNSON AUTO Vincent's Hospital ,
TUNE-UP Jacksonville while she un- 1 1 '

Tune ('p derwent a tonsillectomythere.
General RepairingGaitlyear EveryDayLowPrke BonusBuyS BonusBuy BonutBuy
Engines Rebuilt _
Tires Minor: :Machine Shop Work II MIUOW '"ilU"'l.0 FANCY RED FRESH CRISP i
!Miss Elizabeth Terry left
Transmission- STRAWBANANAS (
Automatic Air Conditioning Monday at noon and was a Golden_ _ _Ripe_ _ _ _ _ FRESHTOMATOES_ _ CALIFORNIACARROTS
of her and niece
guest nephew .
I 111k. t:. 01t21 and 1 Blk. Tires Batteries !Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and BERRIES /
:N.' Off 100 :\lon.-Frl. 7:30 AM-SPM:
son of Jacksonville Beach
KEYSTONE IIGTS. 473-1052 Sat. 7:36-1 PM
While there
until Friday noon.
I.AKE GENEVA 473-1117
they visited her brotherinlaw -

G. W. Durham, of
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP Jacksonville.Mr. I Pantry Pride 1 100% PURE FLORIDAORANGE


and Mrs. C. K. Cowan LIBBY'S Grapefruit-Orange ;

Richard T. Lovorn Nell's and family, and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
C. Beach of Jacksonville arArarAErr I BLENDED
Beauty Style Shop
Real Estate Broker spent Sunday afternoon with IIM I / / CORN \
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I JUICE I JUICE
...,.
LAKE PROPERTIES "For a lovelier F Robertson. llOli"C tntri
16 So) GOLDEN CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL i

RESIDENTIAL Phone you"47Z211: ,,. Chief and Mrs. Barry Watts (ulnm'rnir r' 1 ;;;i? -

BUSINESS-ACREAGE and son,and Chief and Mrs. B. 1 c:
$1
INSURANCE Between IKeystClf1e I F. McCulley and son were of 4/89 46 OZ CAN 39 6f ',.,
IIgts. 413-3254 Keystone Friday overnight guests CANS [l!" !:
113-4692 Heights "r' Chief and Mrs. John Davis

Celia Terwillegar 964-51 Melrose and son, of Jacksonville.Mr. _ _
..
Edna Knt'ppeor 413-1111 EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeRICE EveryDayLowPrkeMcCormictL Every DayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeRICE
:Martha lJurbin 113-3362 and Mrs. Ralph Padgettof
Jim Fox 473-4118 Beach SandC.B. Penney Farms were Pantry Prid* -

:\Ic.\fee 413-1050 Sunday dinner guests of Mr. _AVON_DALEMUSHROOMS_ _SKILLET_ POTATO
and Mrs. Gene Taylor and A-RONI A-RONI
Fill Dirt Clay Fill
SEMcKAY REALTOR family. w MAGIC CHIPS
STEMS A PIECES I-J r rW9n-r 9*
Member of Society of Tractor ork Friends of Mrs. Eutha

Residential Appraisers Starling regret to learn that 4/I CHOICE YOU* 3/l 1 If3/l CHOICE YOU* 3lIvtryOaylowPrkc

Serving This Area For Land Cleared she is a patient in North
26 YearsMrs.bielballgen Florida Regional Hospital

413-4710 Ha.Brunin.. .. Gainesville.Miss ,--------- w -----, _
51rs. Dolores Gilmore 413-3600 D II/ffTaTLt/apdCt/ twry *_ ImryOtylowPrkc BonutBuy
PILLSBURY I
Mrs. Joanne/ Gassett 475.1622Mr.Lestiefobinson BRECK WILKINSON BANQUET $3 FMSHCAKIOANCI1 $3 *.UT
171035: P.O. Box 41 Cynthia Whetsel of I FLOUR I .T.'IMLl*.ftfllk POT PIES FOOD ENGLISHMUFFINS

HOMES ACREAGE Phone Denver. Colo was a Sunday II 'UIN alUm NIiINCI.H..O I SHAMPOO,,. _. t ; BLADESma. ......M ............ BAR CAKE
473-4761 dinner guest of her uncle and e V/OMN.IMM.A110t/,

OlficePhone413-1818 RENTALS Lake Geneva aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. I 1Mtau1M II MNM/MNC UrOMxV WIICN.. 1//.. I 1n In. 99 C on. 39 c.,.4/$1 ,a/ 49 c :::3/9j I

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February 28. 197,. TELEGRAPH Page 11





Union County's 48 Union Cases Heard County TuesdayIn CourtLAKE Mini-Grant UC Schools Sheriff Asks



'"

BUTLER -- Some 48 guilty verdict, after he AwardedLAKE
cases were heard hy County produced his license and

Judge A. L Driggers as he explained that during the BUTLER ... "Union Felon Law
held Union County Court on period in which he was County was one of 37 school
Tuesday.Of ticketed his license was lost.
systems across the state to
receive mini-grant for the
the 48 cases heard more a LAKE BUTLERUnion state Whitehead explainedhis
of
Driggers dismissed the establishment an environmental
Sheriff John H. feelings as an officer:
for the County
than 75 percent were charge on both counts and( education
charge of unlawful speeding withheld sentencing on a program that could become a Whitehead was among the "It is asinine with the rising
and very few cases heard lurther charge against! the 18 model for the entire state" local politicians that gathered crime index, to hinder law
New were for a violation of more year old youth of driving on said Union County School here to discuss the for- enforcement. It's the criminal
Vo-Tech Trades School than 15 miles per hour above the wrong side of the road Superintendent James Casonon thcoming legislative session that needs hindering, not
with Senators Bob Saunders
the posted limits. Haiford, Monday.The policemen. While this law
Worthmton Springs and Lake grant awarded to Union Jim Williams and (fleeing felon act) says that an
Butler have posted speed "I am withholding my County was in the amount of Representatives George officer use means
Slated To Go Up In Union limits within the city limits of sentencing on this charge $2.000. Grosse and Bill Andrews. necessary may to effect any a lawful
:33: mph and it appeared to be because of your youth and the "The State Department of Whitehead made an impassioned arrest as this includes
h...... 'n. these that caught most tact that you were injured in plea before the
LAkh. ML'JLKIiA J zones Education has described the shooting the man if he won'tstop
vocational trades MOW building/ ( once it is completed.4'Koister The three classrooms are people guilty of speeding an accident resulting out of proposed educational group for the legislators to when called to, very few
teaching said. Koister stated your driving on the side uphold Florida's current law
complex is to lie built scheduled to be used by violations. wrong program submitted by Union officers shoot anyone unless
adjacent that students not only from the students participating in ol the road. You are to appear ." that allows a police officer
to Union School 'exemplary' with who
Count Ilifih as they are faced a man
School high school but also students building trades horticultureand Only a juvenile charged on before me on March 26 for under extreme circumstancesto
Contracts! Inr Cason said. has committed a and
cfln.tructlUnof from prevocational two counts of driving withouta sentencing this shoot felon if he crime
training vocational agriculture. on charge'the award a fleeing
the building('1'(' Notice of the grant has a gun or a knife in his hand
schools Supcrmlemlenl signed James In School classes at Lake Butler Middle While it has been assumedthat valid license escaped the judge stipulated. came from the office of the cannot be stopped in a less and wants to use it on the
will use the new the new building would ol drastic manner. Whiteheadalso "
Cason anti State Commissioner officer.
King /
Ho>er Construction Koxer ol ol lal'llIl\The' help to alleviate a tran Reduced Price School Lunch Education Floyd T Christian called for the men to back. "I have been an officer for
contracting lil'mas sportation problem Union the mandatory 25 year set.
Gainesville than 25 and 21 of
during the hl'llIKl1>l given .1 :A"iii! day completion County has faced with Christian was quoted In tence on first degree murder more years
hoard's'Ulill'/ meting h+owoks period I Irom the date ol thl'IIl'dl'l' bringing students to the Program Going Unused Cason as stating "The mini- convictions. those years I have spent sheriff,in"
ago i 10 proceed being issued vocatIOnal center in Starke. grant program is designed to "At the moment if you shoot Union County as
Bill !KoiMor ol the sihool l h seed ideas Whitehead said "I have been
to
the apply
\ money
Iward'sarchitecr could find
Ixwrd ullll'('. in charge oloverseeing :s.illful Gainesville Craig this Foist may r not said he that the while case I the II)' Union Co. Parents people, and programs which yourself someone charged you with man shot at, I've had bullets shot
the construction told will enable them to take the through my car and into it and
Sillev t the hoard during new building would open slaughter. Rep Andrewstold
protect said the building ill llii-meeting he would issue the several vocational classes to LAKE BUTLEK-"I think comes from a federally first step in establishing an Whitehead. I have chased a good numberof

contain .some 1 1.:.inn squire nrili-1 1 to the contractor the Union County students, at this that. it's silly the way peopleare funded pro ram," :Miss environmental education Senator Saunders said, fleeing felons over the
feel ol I loor pace and hmi i' ncxi Clehnnger said, so in effect or activity that could years, but I have never shot a
program
nwrningandl Koister said time it would not house the not taking advantage. of while he does not feel the law "
t three classrooms and till'lal'g'I' MiHidav' I the order had been class for mechanics which is what they are paying taxes !the people that use the serve as a model" for the should be done away with man. said if the
portion ol the buildinu i 1"-iii'il and program are just getting their county or state. Whitehead
construction had one of the more popular lor. saidIiss: Betty entirely, that because it was
will be used us a.i practical" I I"'I.un courses. High school students Gehringer. school lunch money's worth out of the tax "Teams of teachers here drafted back in the 1800's it situation was one of equality
instructions shop area The dollars they spend." will develop a workbook for where the officers could be
completion date is set at currently riding a bus to program supervisor for should be updated.
Thereill Ix1 shout ISO: the moment. Koister said for Starke daily to classes in the Bradford and Union Counties :Miss Ciehringer carried her students to be used in environmental Whitehead said after the assured that they weren'tgoing
!students utili/mtJ (he SJIii.uiui! C Oitober story to the regular school education to be shot or knifed
111 ol this year. vocational center here are Miss Gehringer made the meeting that the move to have
board this week courses," Cason said. "Alter when they went to make an
comprised primarily of comment in reference to anew meeting past the law changed came from
and hoard members the course is completed, a arrest it would be a different
Donor were
mechanics class students. program of reduced price several liberal groups in theDCDDDCCCCCCCCDDD
"Eight of our 11 students lunches introduced into Union awestruck! to learn that the field guide for teachers will be matter.ooooooooooooooooa,

Sat---: riding the bus to the County schools t this past program was going unused. written for use with the workbooks .
f Jar \'ocallonall'enler are enrolledin month. School Hoard Attorney along with othertl'adlel'
..Love mechanics course." (Koister Prior to this time school \\,(\ne Carroll told the board; training aids ,.9;' DAY CAREj1

lunches in Union's schools that. he felt part of the problem The total grant program "' t.

1218 N. MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE said.The reason (given for Union were either paid for at the was in the application form throughout the state \ ; CENTER :!, ,;
used 'I! have clients that amounted to some $70.000.
not having its own class for regular rate or free under a FROM ARM BABIES--
mechanics as vet t was givenby federally funded government would bring this thing to me Although Union is Florida's. 0 is* : ".. '
(Koister as the high initial program. before they even attempted to smallest county the !somewhat $ AV'1 TO SCHOOL AGE '
DELUX 20 GAL. "
investment of some$26.000:! } ) for "There seems to be some till it out Carroll said. dubious distinction ol being t
equipment to teach the sort of stigma attached to the :Miss Gehringer said the awirded the smallest grant CONSTANT CARE- BALANCED SNACKS

r course. reduced and free lunch form is one that is more or less was given jointly to Tavlor K NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:3O: P.M.
Aquarium "We have applied for funds programs" Miss Gehringer forced upon the program dueto and Volusia Counties both of
Irom Tallahassee." Koister said. "lieally neither of the the lunds coming from a which received grants in 1 the REASONABLE RATES
i FULL FLOURESCENT said "but at present unless programs are for people who federal source. "We have to amount of $.iuo.()
,,\' I received! the funding there are down and out. Both submit forms and everythingelse Top dollar in mini-grant WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
;,,) HOOD will not be mechanics class to Tallahassee for
a programs are for all people approval program was awarded to
THEIR PROBLEMS
/ C. lor next year in Union County w ith low incomes and childrento before we can use Pine lias County which ( )
j, REG. $44.98r and our students will continue support in a world that is them," Miss Gehringer said, received a grant for S4.5UO.; ft
'
"\ # being bused to Starke. full of rising costs the least of "but anyone that has any The grant program awardsfor Greater Bethlehem Free \ %* r

R, Now $2900 -------------- which is most certainly not difficulty filling out the formscan counties surrounding 6 Will Baptist Church \*:k;
call at office
lood prices, me my in Union went as follows; 964-5136 .t";
A man doesn't live by bread Since the program was Union County on Tuesdaysand Alachua $3.320, Bradford. 11Ot CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST. OR
alone. He needs buttering up adopted for Union's schools Thursdays" $1.500, and Columbia $2.1)00.) FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964,8866.,47'-227/
10 GAL ODELLAquarium once in a while: M. Miss Gehringer! said that not According to the form Baker County was not among .
Rogers quoted!Iy Troy Gordon ,m Tulsa one of the applications sent supplied for the reduced price the counties awarded funds
orld> home with children have been lunch program a family of under the mini-grant

The difference between returned. It was expected thatin four, consisting of two adults program.
"
Now $6 capitalistic and socialistic Union. as in many other and two children with an income
REG. $9.99 economic systems: the counties a !good number of ranging from $4.781 to Traffic Counts Bible Answers:
c' capitalistic system has social families would qualify under 57.8:11I: ) can qualify for the
f QUESTION WHAT ABOUT DIVORCE?
shortcomings, the socialistic the reduced price meals and a :
Jfftiat newer expanded income Catch Dade :Man
considerable the A general summation of the teaching of the N. T on
C has shortcomings saving over
rates.
system appeal
BAN ':oEc(,T Flea Collar 99 Doulscnu prnaieagentur Under the reduced rcRularplate price of 55: cents, In Union marriage, divorce and remarriage is: ((1)) marriage is a
price County
for school Miss Gehringer told the LIFELONG union, (121) the DEATH of one's companion frees
lunches
program board last week that due to the the survivor to marry another without sin, ((31) those who
Grooming. WIDE SELECTION OF \\'hilt's in a word! Considerthe students receive the same the is'funded the LAKE BUTl.ERGeorge divorce their lawful companion and marry another become
difference between the meals as everyone else but way program King Fuller of Williston was ADULTERERS. (Rom. 72-3): ).
ANIMALS & CAGES wise and the wise instead of paying the full plate only lunches that Union arrested in Union County late
guy man. will! make In 1 Cor 7:10-11: the bible says those who are departed from
Mtirshamown low Times, Republ can price, they pay only 20 cents County money or Saturday night and charged their lawful companion are either to "remain UNMARRIED or
.uotod. >in Dos Monies, Tribune for their lunch. "The money break even on serving will be with driving while in- be RECONCILED Those who disregard this become
those plates served at the
I .. reduced and subsidized toxicated, no valid driver'slicense adulterers. Jesus said, "Whosoever shall put away his wife,
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price no valid inspection and marry another, Comm tteth adultery against her. And ifs
by the federal
program. sticker, and improper license woman shall put away her husband, and ba married to
"We lose a penny on all free tags by Union Deputy Larry another, she committeth adultery" (Mark 101112.: )
lunches and about
we serve a
SPECIAL Cochran. Jesus made one exception for divorce: "Whosoever\ shall
dime on paid plates, Miss
Gehringer said. (Fuller was stopped by put away his wife, EXCEPT IT BE FOR FORNICATION and
Cochran after the officer saw
shall marry another,committeth adultery:and whoso marneth
him swerving along the highway her which is put away umii ,mint adultery" (Matt. 19.91.
and was later taken to The innocent has the to divorce a companion
We Will Clean Your Favorite party right guilty
S 1he Otd1'I Starke and given a of FORNICATION and marry another without sin Remarriageafter
breathalyzer test at the divorce for any other reason results in adultery
Bradford County Jail. Those who divorce their companions because of for
SOFA or CHAIR \;' G'j The total bond for the nication have the nght to marry another 1 1 hose who remarry
j)7."r -..;;:.,
; I t'j charges against the man
; after divorce for any other reason are part of an adulterous
I_' : \. ( 'lr' would have been $353. but
lL
rg and need
marriage to stop committing adultery by separatingfrom
For of at Least 50 % L' -. Fuller never got to post bond. the one they have no right to live with. Though the
Savings '..
a \ ; Cochran said that while correction of sin may involve much heartache and anguish it
\ I, I 1/ ; Fuller was being processed he is little in comparison with the heartache and anguish of being
LI \ "eI1 had dispatcher Gary Seay run condemned to hell.South.ide.

'$ "It
CHAIR 9.00SOFA put jour l beet fool forward received information that 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301

? . . . i.t. if you urc lriig2ing|: the Fuller was wanted in Dade Send questions to Schedule of Services

oilier one." County for breaking and Casey A Carlisle Sunday
entering grand larceny, and Minister 10 a m Bible Study\
$18.00 buying and receiving stolen Rt J, Box 58 Ham Worship

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And Coming z ___j -w, ILr Taylor Bobby 1!

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on L... the .
will be restored and used: oy "
You can't keep a good street down. which
owner for business purposes. It is a little too early to tell
what damage our recent
Several weeks ago in a bit of editorial Sales now being negotiated on West : r i i4rjt freezes have done to the plants

comment The Telegraph observed that Call include the Half Moon Hotel It' and crops that had shown

questions were being asked, "What is to building, which has been unoccupiedsince \ "I"IiFc early growth. Sometimes the
Street that the new damage doesn't show for
become of Call now the death of the owner several I several weeks.

shopping center is opening We noted months ago; and the Davis Hotel (

that it would become just what the building, which has business spaces on i if I remember a few years ago
Call Street the when we had several calls
property owners along floor and former rooming L
the ground ,
town's original business section, wanted quarters upstairs, which have been about would young"bud out"pecan in trees March that,

.. it to become and allowed it to become. unused for several years. These pur- TIJJ7I Tf c \\U Ltv and then appear to die suddenly

chases have not yet been finally closed, ) Close observation of the
Now this prediction seems to be and plans for their use have not been trunk near the soil line showed
there already that the sap had risen before a
coming true, and are many announced.
) the
late freeze. This damaged
Street is far from
indications that Call cambium or growth layer of
rolling over and playing dead.A Other transactions include sale of the the tree beyond repair and the

Manning Hardware building to a local 4k.: .rWr. :+ young trees died.I .
i r
quick survey this week revealed owner who plans to open a business have been asked what
that property transfers and improvements these freezes will do to
there next week. Greeting Commissioner Conner in Starke Tuesday were (from left: Clerk of the Court Gib
totaling close to $100,000, strawberries that alreadyin
Brown; School Board member Blaine Thompson; Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen; Sheriff Dolph are
are now taking place along the old Another new business, a sporting Reddish; City Attorney George Fierce: School Superintendent Jim Temple; Mayor. production.fruit Extreme and bloom cold

business section that will definitely lendit goods store, recently moved into a Commissioner Neil Tucker: and Vo-Tech Director William Dampier. can and damage make it unmarketable..

an atmosphere of being on the vacant store on West Call; and also This results in a lot of extra

upgrade rather than the downgrade, as upgrading that end of the town's original work because the damagedfruit

predicted. business district is the restoration work must be removed from
Bradford the plant and thrown away. I
the old
now in progress on
have seen alleys in the
Leading the list of improvements is a County courthouse. strawberry fields covered

$30,000 modernizing program at the with fruit that could have beena

Florida Theatre, corner of Call and Included in the list of improvements is bonus to the grower rather

Walnut Streets, still Starke's busiest an extensive redecorating program than a big loss.

intersection. The refurbishing will in- under way at Leila's on East Call, and .1 The strawberry plant

clude a new front and interior decor, as others that we have perhaps overlooked. however is remarkable in

well as "push back" seats, affordingmore that it can withstand a freeze

comfort for theatre-goers. This Altogether, these improvementsmake c and still produce a pint ot

major improvement demonstrates the an impressive picture, and not at berries.Huggins say I ve that heard one year George he

theatre owner's faith in the present all one that would give the impression of saw strawberries frozen four

location, and will be a great boost to the an area doomed to death. If this wave of times after the plants had

downtown section. improvements should prove contagious, i begun to produce fruit. The
plants recovered! and the yield
and all property owners along the street
better than
Another major improvement in the would join in a unified effort Call Street was average

offing is disclosed in the purchase by a could doubtless hold its own in spite of The big problem this year is

Starke insurance agent of two stiff competition from more modern the price our growers are
dilapidated buildings on East Call, near having to pay I labor Harvesting
centers.
the railroad tracks, which have: costs have risen as
much or more than other(
downgraded the block in which they To let it die would not be a fitting end production costs while the-

were located for many years. The new to a street named in honor of Richard L prices received for

owner plans to restore them, installingnew Keith Call, Florida's illustrious strawberries is not as good as

roofs, floors, and fronts. When territorial Governor, whose fighting they have been in curlier

completed he will occupy one of the spirit should inspire property owners years

spaces with his agency and rent the along Call Street to wage a constant Bob Allen, manager( of the

other. battle against the inroads of time and Starke and Brooker Farmers'

changing shopping habits.It Pretty I Deborah Starling presents Conner with spice rake at luncheon in the Vo-Tech Markets, and I have been
Another East Call vacant building cafeteria. Students of the Commercial Cooking and Baking class prepared and served the discussing plans to start an"exchange"
Don William ( ) day for our
luncheon under direction of instructor 1I'lghU.
recently purchased by a local owner is is a battle that could be won if "the producers of agricultural I

the brick structure at Call and Cherry, spirit is willing" and the flesh not too products and the general
the old Hoover Brothers Studio location weak. public. We will meet our

Weather Greets ConnerOn week marketing to finalize committees our plans next We
Freezing
are asking for suggestions
Will Be Upgraded ideas and comments and

.. reactions as we contact the
-- -;;:, :%71 people of our county'
220-Mile Horseback JourneyIn
:r>:.r 1$ '

.. i'r3 d (Hoping to hear 11'011'ou
.
about your thoughts here are

his 150-year old journal, Augustine Sunday atternoonon as well as some carrots for his Conner insists however some of (the things ue have
: written on a trek from St. a 220-mile trip by hor- horse. that the rest of the ride be talked about. We are thinking
to Tallahassee in seback in a re-enactment of a authentic and he refuses to"fudge" about setting 1 p m.. Thur-
Augustine Asked if he detected
any sday, March H,as the time we
venture made in the fall to trailer
for the joint by taking a
search of the site sign of saddle sores on the
would like for farmer
of 1823 by Dr. Simmons and merely because the saddle any
of territorial Florida,
capital third day, Conner replied in
John Lee Williams. The two tiresome. rancher or other producer to
Dr.. W H. Simmons didn't one commissioned to the negative and said he kept gets bring any product ho has for
were
time mention the type of food men pretty well in shape by sale to the "'arml'rs'Iarket:
find suitable site for the new
eaten on his trip. But Tuesday capital a of territorial Florida.At frequent riding, and went Letters in Starke. These products
night around an oak log fire the same time Simmonsleft through a tougheningupprocess could be hay corn Iced( ,
the Brooker School
on before undertakingthe
vegetables.
St. Augustine, Williamsleft syrup
grounds Agriculture Commissioner trip. tools,
machinery equipment
Pensacola by boat. They FIREFIGHTING
Doyle Conner,
retracing the path of Dr. met at St. Mark's and lie said that !Mrs. Conner, FORCES COM.MENDKD: : or what-have-you. We would
invite the general public to
proceeded on horseback when first informed of his
well
Simmons, supped on
swamp cabbage stewed toward the north until they plans for the lengthy ride told Dear Sir: visit the market during the
venison, chicken and rice, came to the little town of him he was "getting too old" afternoon. Trading bartering
corn bread and steaming hot Tallahassee and were so for such an undertaking."That I would like to say how for- or selling could take place
coffee.It struck by the beauty of the did it," Conner said. tunate the people of Bradford between the people there.
"seven hills" that they "After that remark I was County are in having such an will
was his third square mealof recommended it as the capitalsite. determined to make the tripor efficient organization as the demand We hope a weekly participation event until!
the day Breakfast at the die in the attempt." Bradford County VolunteerFire we are into vegetable harvest

Monday camp site near At the request ofTallahassee's Dr. Simmons who made his Department to assist us when almost daily anyone
need.
fire east of in time of
Satsuma tower Sesquicen- trip in the fall of the year, could come to the market to
Kingsley Lake, had been tennial Committee, now speaks of stormy weatherwhile This was brought forcefully buy produce for the table or
sausage and scrambled eggs, preparing to celebrate the passing through this to my attention on February freezer. This certainly( would
and lunch in Starke, preparedby 150th anniversary of this area, and he found the St. 11 I when the barn on the farmof create a market for our homegardeners
students of the Commercial
event. Conner agreed to Johns River "so rough that my sister, Edna Kay and small com
Cooking and Baking course at retrace the route of Dr. my horses could not be Crawford, burned on mercial growers who have
Troubled WatersThe the Vo-Tech Center in Starke Simmons, while Senate brought across till toward Brownlee Road destroying extra vegetables for sale.
had been a hearty one cen-
President Mallory Home evening when the wind had the building around 1,000
around
tering hamburgersteak plays the role of Williams. somewhat abated." It con- bales of hay,and various farm These are just some initial
and mashed potatoes. tinued to rain, "the road being implements.You thoughts that I hope will
of Arriving in Starke at noon impeded with water nearlythe create some interest in an
victory that Dr.
stunning upset Making the issue more clear-cut is the "It's a cinch can imagine the that could benefit
Conner was There were activity us
par- whole
Democrat Richard F. VanderVeen for fact that VanderVeen made a big issueof Simmons" never had it so Tuesday ticularly impressed by the nobridges across way. the St. Johnsin stubborn fire created by the all. Give me a call if you havea

the congressional seat vacated by Vice Watergate during the campaign, good Conner told presented the student him fact that students from the those days, and Dr. Sim- burning hay, and the difficulties reaction either pro or con.
cooks they
as
President Gerald R. Ford has caused calling for the resignation or impeachment with a big spice cake to take Bradford Middle School had mons crossed the river by under control of bringing outside this of fire the

Republican Congressmen, who face reelection of President Nixon. along on the trip for snacks. cleared the shoulders of High- canoe while his horses were city where water supply is lorrt'ctitut: ;
to tremble in their boots. Although other issues were involved in way 16 coming into town of probably brought over by raft. limited.
empty beer cans and soft of
Undaunted by Monday Misinterpretation figures
the big vote switch, there seems to be morning's temperature in the drink bottles so that the horses Conner and his group en- The men of the volunteer printed on a photograph last
Although the White House has soughtto little doubt that Watergate was among low 20's Conner was his usual would have less dodging to do. countered difficulties in department worked late into week's issue caused an errorin
blame the defeat of Republican the top. genial self as he addressed crossing the St. Johns also the night, keeping the fire dating the arrival of an auto
Robert VanderLaan, a protege of Mr. several hundred social studies Conner was also impressedwith but for a very different contained so it would not "Endurance Race" in Starke.

Ford's on causes other than Watergate, Political writers point out that this is students in the BUS gym. but the courtesy of all reason. Crossing over the spread to nearby forest lands. Outlines under the photo gave
the fact remains that it must have been seat to his redder than usual face automobile drivers along the lengthy concrete Shands My sister and I would like to the date as November, 1927.
the second normally Republican showed signs of wind and cold route who showed unusual Bridge was accomplished by express our deep appreciation The figures printed on the
due to dissatisfaction with the Ad- go to a Democratic candidate in 1974. burn, the results,Conner said, courtesy, the Commissioner use of trailers rather than for their efforts, and also our picture by the photographerwere
ministration whether because of Just three weeks ago a Democrat took of rousing from his sleepingbag said by not sounding a single riding the horses. The two anda thanks to the forestry divisionof Nov2327." This no
Watergate, inflation, the energy crisis, Pennsylvania's 12th District seat. There Tuesday morning with horn blast which could easily half mile span has a metal Rayonier, Inc. for fur doubt referred to the four day
impending recession, or whatever. elections duringthe frost on his nose. The mercury frighten a horse and possibly grating in its middle span nishing a bulldozer at the site, period of the race and not the
three special
are more stood at :24. cause a serious accident. Also making it difficult for horsesto and the Florida( Forest Ser took place. Actually
next three months, and they will be pleasing was the fact that a cross. Therefore, all the vice for their personnel and judging by the looks of the
The handwriting is obviously on the followed closely to see if the Democratic: As everyone must know by friendly lady in St. Augustine horses and riders were loaded equipment. Also appreciatedwas autos involved the race must
wall. Michigan's Fifth Congressional trend continues.Yes now, Conner and his party of brought Conner several candy and transported across the the kindness of the Ladies have been about IS years prior
District has been in Republican hands hardy companions left St. bars to takealong on the trip, bridge.mililii. Auxiliary of the Volunteer to 1927.1he.

since 1910, with the GOP nominee the Michigan election carried a sandwiches Fire Department and coffee, who served to the

winning, and usually by substantial powerful political message telling firefighters. O1d1VrrlE/t
margins. In thirteen successive vic- Republican candidates everywhere that Ri. c

tories, Mr. Ford's majority never fell they alland not just President Nixonare -- 4n l that I was the impressed volunteers by the have fact

below sixty per cent of the votes cast.But in real trouble because of Nwua+eta pq floating units that they can kirE:

Watergate.Until place in nearby water holes
disgruntled voters changed all a o and ponds and fill their truck
the to now, the impact of the tanks in about eight minutes.
that last week, giving victory a FERGUSON JOHN'M. MILLER
/4r7ON BOB G. -
been This Is
cent. Going Washington scandals has not Important information
Democrat by fifty-three per
clearly defined, but after what happenedin Publisher for the people of our county to
from a normal twenty per cent Published each Thursday'and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office/ at Starke, know. We feel that we have
Republican lead to a six per cent Michigan" the message is "crystal Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. very efficient fire protection, "Anybody who tell you

Democrat lead means a whopping clear, as the politicians say. It was a Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: 13.50 aix months. and our volunteers are all to he never made l a inlntakei
that set Republican incumbents be commended.
twenty-six per cent shift in voting quaking message from coast to coast with the Phone 964-630J Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00 aix i months.. Scarlce, Fla. -Pitt NewsomRt. mighty i probably relying on a
poor
has be for mf'111ory-
habitsand there to a reason
knowledge that troubled waters lie 2,Starke hia,, or )'oun."
such a significant change. ahead.





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22.771Jer Cent SAVE htTtir

Gain In Sales


Winn-Dixie supermarkets in
the local region and
throughout the South showed a
22.77 percent sales gain during
the four weeks ended Feb. t 9
compared with the like peria
year ago.
Total volume was

$204,160,950$166,297,300, an increase again of
$37,863,650. An advance alsO:
was registered for the 32; '
weeks ended Feb. 9vji EpY0AY HICKORY SWEETS L'Li

sales were with$1,499,295,826compared $1,232.224,712; Qaw s SLICED BACON cIiqft

up $267,071,114 or 21.67 per SQEt1a1. k
cent. Sv
The company presently]; g1E EQ EV1 1.LB. 99c ;
operates 956 food stores AtUp1l1G SE PKG. BEEF PEO PsspMPS
compared with 915 a year ago| usppCp"'


Good Turn ,, y PRICES GOOD THURS FEB. 28 HORMEL CANNED
11t j1.SCE THRU WED MARCH 6 Ham . 3 CIABN $479
a>< QBapN05 JENNIE-O OR &
WIN"
Days Set Q W-D BRAND W D BRANpAII MEATFranks
USDA GR. 'A' ''is; : 79C
USDA CHOICE . .
For GoodwillThe FROZEN W-D BRAND .
QUICK
W D BRAND WHOLE HOG HOT OR MILD

13th Annual Boy Scout WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE NY. BROAD BREASTED BOTTOM ROUND Sausage 1lB ROLL 99C
Good Turn Day for GoodwillIndustries ((17 TO 20 LBS AVG.-CUT & WRAPPED FREE)
will be held March ;)trip Steaks LB $159 ROAST RoundUSDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM IB BONELESS
2 and March 9 by the Boy TURKEY'S $159W
Scouts of Starke. W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE
Goodwill bags will be W( ; TO 8 BS. AVCTenderloins-CUT A WRAPPED FREE) D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

picked passed up out March March 9 by and the will Boy I be LB $269 lUVI* 4 8 Chuck Roast LB98E

Scouts. The boys will collect: W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE 17 LBS $ W D BRAND USDA CHOIC BEEF
donated merchandise from ( TO 17] IBS AVG-CUT & WRAPPED FREE) $
area homes for Goodwill's '''BOVIHHMfNT OK ADIUVU. Chuck Steak LB P9W
rehabilitation workshops. Hindquarter LB $109 & UP S. CHOICE, .
5 5 D BRAND USDA CHOICE" BEEF HAND! PAK
"This major collection drive 12
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS S9
for the handicapped can only! Ground Round LB $1
be successful if people like you Delmonicos 10 1 1$13" D'
will help," states Lynn Ne LB. LB. SWIFT PREMIUM

ties Relations, director of Goodwill of Public In- Pork FRESH SHANK Hams HALF OR WHOLE LB99c Ham Patties .PATTES$179; !

dustries.Children's. W-D BRAND USDA INSP.
W-D BRAND SMOKED
PURE (NO ADDITIVES)
PORK SHOULDER WHOllPICNICS
GR. BEEF Quantity Rights


Committee JVilDteet.UOIlduy' / SAVE 21ASTOR C 18. 78' .. SAVE 31 t: PKO.$299 SAVE 25' WINN COPYRIGHT DIXIE Reserved STORES.1974 INC

ALL GASTOR
_
,_ THRIFTY MAID

The Bradford County' =
Children's Committee will :
hold its March meeting at Shortening TOMATOES
noon Monday in St. Mark's:
Episcopal Church parish
fltCOFFEE
house. Limit 1 w/$7.SO/ or more purchase excl. cigs.
Speaking at the meeting will
be Mrs. Nancy C. Walsh,
program specialist of the Th1L1 old
Division of Population and $1
Family Planning of J. Hillis; \ A1
3
Miller Health Center, 6&
Gainesville.The 9&
meeting will begin with 1-LB.

lunch. The public is invited. CAN LB. CAN ToMA p Itl 1ES ul 16-oz.CANS

I'reviitt Initiated

CHIK Alt FLAVORS ASTOR FRUITCOCKTAIL
Into FraternityJames DRINKS"

Walter Prevail, son CANS$1D0 416Ns$100
of Mr. and Mrs. Emory M. I
Prevatt of Starke, was FRESH, THRIFTY MAID
initiated in the Phi-Theta-

Kappa munity College.Membership at Lake. City Com- DIXIE DARLING REDStrawberries RIPE ASSORTED FLAVORS SUPERBRAND ((12-PK. TWIN POPS) OR

in this honor

society academic indicates excellence established, good CAKE MIXES ICE MILK DRUMSTICKS

moral character, and good


Animal citizenship.receiving Prevail Science a Degree is majoring, and in AA after, he in SAVE 17c i 2 6PK. $1

intends to attend the 3 $1 1 .

University of Florida.BRADFORD COUNTY. 18 PKGS.LILAC
SCHOOL :MENU: ; 3 42
March: 4-8 ASSORTEDDETERGENT
DISH
Monday: Hamburger on bun, HALF POT PIES
lettuce, tomato French fries, PINTS GALS.SUFERBRAND.
,
applesauce, cookie milk.
Tuesday: Pig in a blanket,
Spanish rice, cole slaw, fruit
cake, milk.Wednesday SAVE RIP BARS OF $
cup OOLDIN SAVE 17'
:: Chicken and $1 BANANAS ICE CREAM
rice, buttered peas with 17c DIXIE DARLINGFROSTINGS 6 149

cornbread carrots, greens peanut, pineapple butter, 3 32os.BOTTLIS. 1 IB. 10! 12-PK. $ 100 :..ES

cookie Thursday, milk.:: Sloppy Joe on 313V2o I; :. $100 I

bun, green beans, orange
juice, corn, cake, milk. SAVE 22e-DIXIE DARLING" BROWN N' SERVE SEEDED OR MORTON ASSORTED

BrookerNews Dill Pickli KOSHER . ./AR59c SLICK Dog Food 7 15.0'CANS$100 1 Cluster Rolls . 3 11.0.PKGS. 88c Meat MRS. SMITH'S Dinners 3 Vis; $149 1

SAVE 6C-OIXIE DARIINODunkin "
LAND O' SUNSHINE (QUARTERS) ARROW 10'oi BostonCream. 34 v $100
l.lB Plates '150.CT. 99C Stix . 2 PKGS. 77C .
75SUPERBRANO
Butter . . PKG. Paper . PKG. COZY KITCHEN ASSORTED

USDA INSP. GR. 'A' FRESH FLORIDA All WHITE THRIFTY MAID RED DELICIOUS EXTRA FANCY .15 $1"1 Layer Cake . Vx* $1 1 1PAN

by Jeannette Prescott! Large Eggs . DOZEN 75C Corned Beef Hash CAN69c Jumbo Apples FOR POLY BAG SHOESTRING

The Brooker Elementary THRIFTY MAID fRESH VINE RIPE .'1. IB $ 00
Committeehas REDI! 10oi '16 o. IB39C Potatoes. . BAG 1|
School been Advisory rescheduled from Shrimp $1 1 Criili with Beans. 2 CANS 88 Tomatoes . .
TASTE O' SEA
Tuesday to Thursday, Feb.28, THRIFTY MAID FLORIDA.' SWEET JUICY
at 7:30 pm Everyone interested DEEP SOUTH 3 $100 Temple Oranges .15 FOR89C Fish & Chips 2 lia $1 1
is urged to attend. Str'berry Preserves !:: 69C Vienna. Sausage CANS SUPERBRANO WHIPPED

We welcome Mr. and Mrs. SAVE" .. SAVf Ac-CRACKIN' GOOD Florida HARVEST" FRESH Lettuce i15C 1 Topping . 3 to CTNS'01 $V 1 00
38
and Curls $1 1 S tines .PKG. .
Thomas Richardson Cheese 3 4Ss: :. . .
and OR
children, Lamar, Lisa
Glenda, as new residents in DIXIE DARLING GROUND CRACKIN' GOOD BIO 60 ((10e OF) 2Bo.. potatoesANNG: Peach CoDDler 'PKG $100]
8 99c .
Brooker. Beef f Dinners 2 PKGS. $100 Sandwich Cookies PKG. 63C . fOR TASTE O' SEA HADDOCK OR

Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Lake SAVE J c-DIXIE' DARLING U S. No. 1 SWEET
Butler visited Mrs. Pearl B'DW each GALLON 39 Family Bread. 3 Lo..vu88 Potatoes . 4 LBS $100 1 Flounder Portions &: $1 1
Markey last Sunday af . . JUG

ternoon. ..---- -----.- ------ .. ...........................
-------- ----------
------------- -------
Mrs. Genell Reynolds and 1 '
her aunt thus Bazar, of EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA 1 EXTRA 1
Jacksonville, had dinner with '1 G-1 I I I I 41'JL GREEN STAMPS I I et7t _GREEN. _STAMPS........... I c1'JL. GREEN.. STAMPS,. ;
GREEN STAMPS tOM I W CM H O*
dot _...... WTHIIIE -" iHwtrtm c /
'h'" CIHJ 1
Mrs. Claude Prescott and 1 MKM.M M _... W_._.". ...._._I........M 1 IT**Nl COVHX AM* HltCHtttlTHREE M CANS ONE SIB PKG /
.I* cowtaw Idot
visited other relatives while 1 ONE 10 01 JAR 1 ONE 3O.. BOX 1 21 FT ROLL / 1 THRIFTY MAID W 0 IRAND PURCGround
ARROWAluminum
here Sunday 1 ASTOR ARROW DISHWASHER Foil Fruit Drinks 1 4 N BeefInstant '
1 i
Coffee Detergent GOOD THRU MARCH 6 1
I MARCH
Mr. and Mrs.Orea Prescottand GOOD THRU MARCH 6 '++' GOOD THRU MARCH oNo 1 Y GOOD THRU MARCH 6 / GOOD, ,THRU,.,,, 6 No SS ,,,, i
with . No 33.,. .., .., No 54. ?
Rhonda had dinner 1 No 31 ., .,*,.? ., 32 ?. .? ? ?
Mr.and Mrs.Paul D.Prescottand
Johnny last Sunday.Mr. ; ErIR! : EXTRA ::
; : EXTRA
1 EXTRA, I I EXTRA I I I I J-H GREEN STAMPS ; I .c1'JL...GREEN...... ... STAMPS........... :
Paul D. STAMPS
\ and Mrs. -A GREEN STAMPS 41'JL GREEN t --
Prescott visited \Mrs. Jessie d7t W,IN.._GREEN.*....< IM1M STAMPS MM*VKM M M -h*?_.._I i /-.M YNtw.Y M 1 .".......M. ,..._.in. .........M / -1 ONE PACK 4 at. CANS 1 ONE n 01 PKG ;
BOTTll 1
Mae Fowler in the Bradford 1 1 ONE J IB CUP 1 TWO ILl. PKGS. 1 ONE 12.1 CHEESEDressing ASTOROrange MRS 'AU 'S PARTY PACK :
MARIE'S BLUE
County Hospital Sunday 1 SUPIRBRAND CREAMED W D BRAND ALL MEAT 1 Juice Fish Sticks :
will\ be Cheese Sliced Bologna 1't THRU MARCH 6 1
evening. We hope she Cottage ( Ywt: GOOD THRU MARCH 6 GOOD
MARCH 6
able to return home soon. / 1, L No GOOD 56 ., ,THRU....MARCH. ........6 / GOOD 37 .. ,THRU?,..?.,MARCH. .A..-.,,oNo !/ No. GOOD 8.,..THRU..._...,_.... 1 .--No.--S9.-..an. ---..-.---.N-.--.-. .-.----.--No-.-60---T-(MI.. -l..>t..-..ww.ltl.WinoDixie ---.-......:.
.. .. ---
Mrs. Wiggins --"-- ------------ ----
list
Prayer : W.
and Pitt Baxter. 430 Madison St




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I ] I I '"-_ ....,. 0 101 I ITEMS AT GREAT SAVINGS

,"
.

VICKS CHARLES ANTELL 3" RECORDING SUPER ROD E76 SIZE

NYQUIL . oNE 139 CREME RINSE. 49 e TAPE . . 39c 7'/z FT. SPIN. ROD / 99 DOG BASKET . 433
'10 OZ NIGHT-TIME COLD MEDICINE 14OZ.LEMON,REG BALSAM.REG 59c LIMIT REG.59' GREAT FOR BRIDGE PIER-REG. 11.99 DURABLE PLASTIC-REG.499


WILKINSON WELLA 90 MINUTE BAGLEY'S TWIN
2

'XCN' BLADES. 47cKO . 59 CASSETTE TAPE 99c SALTY DOGS FOR 88 AUTO MATS . 399CHROME
DOUBLE EDGE-5',-LIMIT 1 175 OZ RIO 94c LIMIT CERTRON-REG, 1 I49 GREAT LURE FOR ALL FLA FISH-REG 82' TRANSPARENTRIO..483


SURE DEODORANT e OLD SPICE e POCKET-PURSE BAGLEY'S REG.59'c 50 FT.CLOTHES. e

ANTI-PERSPIRANT 9 6 AFTER SHAVE. 9 9 FLASHLIGHT . 69c SHRIMP TAILS LINE 46
9.OZ LIMIT ONE 4 75 OZ REG t 1.49.LIMIT DISPOSABLE_206BD,-REG 1 OO TAILS PERPAK-USEW/ANYLEAD HEAD JIG PLASTIC-REG 69

KING SIZE I !
BRIGHT: : : SIDE I BATH DESERT FLOWER r 1 1 II I

I BEADS ORTANGEE. 43, IN8TIAD AUTO CUSHION 499 "" PAN
IL \\I I A RELAXOMAT
SP
I I 16OZ-REG 99c-LIMIT1 I TIME < DIAPIR3; REG 5 77 .

\ t4'* : I I ; .
DURA GLOSS : DYMO REG. 1,99 : "

I FACE MATES KITS 159 I ::1" LABEL MAKER g'ge \
325V..LUE-LiMIT' 4 I LABEL WITH PLASTIC RAISED, LETURINQ -


MAX FACTOR DURA GLOSS CREME PLASTIC PHOTO COMBI REG. DOUBLE
599'HAND
LOTION 1 95 EYE SHADOW . . 5' 9 e BLOCK CUBE 38 LOUNGE .1388! 1 088 HIBACHI . .
SWEDISH FORMULA HERBAL LIMIT 1 00 VALUE-LIMIT 1 REG, 79- SEVEN POSITION VINYl STRAPS ASSORTED 10X1 INCH GRID-CAST IRON BODY-'REG.8 89
COLORS

BOUQUET DURA GLOSS CERAMIC 2 FOR COCA COLA
CASH.
59 THE PRICE RAWHIDE 2 FOR 6 FOR

BODY POWDER 49C' MAKE UP KITS 1 MUGS. . OF ONE PET SUPPLIES. c' GLASSES . . 9 ge
BSOZ-REG 89'-LIMIT' 300 VALUE LIMIT 1 ASSORTED STYLES-SAVE NOW DOGS LOVE'EMI!REG.59' 59' I2 OZ.SIZE-REG 23'EA -LIMIT SIX


TOUCH of SWEDEN 400 CT' JOHNSON & JOHNSON; PAK OF 3 LIMIT L Li: I I T-88: ; 3/4"x66 FT. e

HAND LOTION. 59C foI-. +'- 1 COTTON DROP CLOTHS 3 2e Bill ... VINYL TAPE . 2 9
I FILM
10OZ -LIMIT 1 REG 89c \ SWABS PLASTIC APPROX 9.12 FT,-REG.59' ALL PURPOSE_REG 59 -LIMIT 2

IOR' SQUARI SHOOTR
.
HAI KARATE = : EXTENSION 1 1 ELEC. HEDGE
300VAI> 09 i nn c 99
COMBO . LIMIT. .I .i 1 I : : I 'J CORD 20 FT. O O TRIMMER 2 2

4 OZ AFTER SHAVE AND 4 OZ LATHER'_ _ PEG 1129 1 BLACK&DECKER MODEL 8120


SCHICK REG TUSSY SET OF 4 SALT & PEPPER AGE

DRY. ,STYLER 9. 39cLIPSTICKS 23 10 OZ. GOBLETS. 166 I SHAKERS . 1 199 BAGS . . 799
9' O: "llR CONDITIONER' LIWIT2 ASSORTED SHADES- REQ 44 -LIMIT 2 RUBY RED_REG I99 1 LARGE SIZE-REG 299 SHOULDER STRAP TYPE- REG 1099


WIPE 'N' RELIANCE A-1 CORY ICE CUBE SALT & PEPPER
O88 99 TWIN: oril c
c
DIPE . 93CHEATING PAD. afc* GLASS PERK . 1 TRAYS . PAK 6 8 SHAKERS . .
100 CT -LIMIT ONE LIMIT ONE DELICIOUS COFFEE EVERYTIME-REG 299 REG.88' TWIN PUSH BUTTON -REG 99'


FLEET "THE TRAY"
NORTHERN ZIPPERED

ENEMA PEG. 7: 33 HEATING PAD 588 GYM BAGS . 166 CAR TRAY. . gecHOSE NOZZLE. 5Z- ,e
REG 4V4 OZ LIMIT ONE DELUXE MODEL 820_REG 7 95-LIMIT 1 REG 2 29 GREAT FOR DRIVE.INS.ETC -REG. 1.29 FITS ALL HOSES -REG 69'
.
1'"
'

IVUSSBRECK: : : : NORELCO PEAK .6.3 PLASTIC JUMBO e.PROCTOR
99 W.TH. I
r. 4 42 TWO SLICETOASTER
.: HAIR SPRAY HAIR STYLER 1 "Si? PITCHER . I., "'"!!!! '
;' .. IIlII'1 I
.4 "i_ QUIK DRY-REQ '18 99 TOOTHPASTE I REG 69'I3OZ
Rift SliPfB. SUrEUNS 'II I
w-- :
Blun 4 4 ::.,,1 I
9 PAIR PEG EXPANDORACK J
: tiMir. r 'J' 99c e ,,' i I 58 I '. :'
RIG t SHOE RACK . 82 P. ......11". . . REG 8 99 \hi .
NE ALL METAL ALL WOOD -ALL PURPOSE-REG 88'


FULL SIZE FOIL HAND I-HOLDER co ,c WOODEN 261 REG NlH 99 5/8 INCH x 50 FT.
REG
16. 99. 12 99 FREEZER BAGS 64e for MILK CARTON UO FORK & SPOON 299 GARDEN HOSE 466GUITAR.
SET OF SIX REG 88' FOR WALL DECORATINGHANDCARVED DURABLE VINYL-REG 559
STEEL STRINGS-REINFORCED NECK Easy Pouringl Reg 99c


ELECTRIC 8 PC. on ,e SPIKEY PEANUTS |c ZIPPO 2 FOR 3 gc
SEE 6 6
SCISSORS 299 DRIVER SPRINKLERS. 38 SCHOOL GLUE. LIGHTER FLUID .
SPEED WITH GUIDE LIGHT-REG 595 WITH PLASTIC HOLDER_REG 59' COVERS BOO SO FT REG 59c 22 OZ.-PEG 99' SOZ CLEAN BURNING REG 29'


HAM. BEACH qu', CCKCRD QUALITY STAYFREE HAMILTON BEACH SOUVENIR REG

IRON .REG. ?.". 1 6|99 = PAPERTOWELS MAXI PADS 94''c 3 SPEEDMIXER LIGHTERS. .". 48 C

SPRAY.STEAM DRY.MODEL 855 30 CT -REG 138 ASSORTED FLORIDA DESIGNS WINDPROOF
1QWiLS
"" -
.'
SOPHIE MAE
CHIC 499 REG 39 CANDY REGO4' 3 FOR 99 VACUUMSBOTTLE ? qqMEN'S
MASSAGER ..' LIMIT TWO REG a 99 I I
WITH ATTACHMENTSRB8REG 5 99 42."=% ..1 PEANUT OR COCONUT BRITTLE SUGAR TOASTED KING SEELEY2442 -PEG 2 89
t
? PEANUTS
.....
BLACK & LLOYD'S "ODELJ4S 100'16 POLYESTER BOXED
DECKER MEN'STIES
i99 66 REG 300 OCl cALL

'/ DRILL . 799 CLOCK RADIO 1 8 KNIT PANTS . 8 . . 2 144 STATIONERY. OO
PURPOSE ELECTRIC DRILL WITH TWIN SPEAKERREG 21' 95 SOLIDS AND FANCIESREG 1199 REG.AND RED!.MADE.SOLID ft PATTERNS ASSORTED-REG 69'-LIMIT TWOIRIDGI


POKER. FMNOCHitPLAYING 6 FT. ECKERD QUALITY! MEN'SBELTS. REG, 449 BOYS' & GIRLS'AIR
u 18 9 VOLT
J MATTRESS. 1 t D: ,,4 a . . 344 20 IN. BICYCLE 3288r
4 I 72-REG 1 49 ._ BATTERY ASSORTED STYLES IN LEATHER WITH HAND BRAKE BANANA SEAT Rp 39 95
"" -0
I 111
5 LB. WILD O LADIES' POLYESTER SMALL SIZE
'i
e _. O8Q
.. :: 344
I' BIRD SEED . 54' ..-=-"" REG 29 PANTS . . O DOG BASKET .
REG 89- ELASTIC W..IST.STITCH CREASE-REG 599 DURABLE PLASTIC-REG 3 99


CORDLESS | SMALL co ,e LADIES' NYLON 88 POLYESTER PEG 88 ECKERD'S FAMOUS

GRASS SHEAR 1499 I I TOOL RIOT . O O JAMAICA SETS 3 BLANKETS 9. 2 2 FOR 1 PHOTO OFFER. .
BLACK DECKER MODEL 8280 LARGE ASSORTMENTREG 99'-LIMIT 2 SLEEVELESS TOPS SS'T'DCOLORS-REG TO 5 99 LIGHTWEIGHT WARMTH 72X90 IN.
PHOTO PRINTS I

NORELCO ; 1 LB. LIMIT 2 I 99 FOR COO THROW 99. 'K.eal'a' .1 ak.ndOwAl.'Rlrts.*d.v.rail lep of dnd I
4 77
VIP RAZOR 2 699 MOTHBALLS 29CSHELLS . PILLOWS . printed.KODAK.
MODEL 40.REG 29 91 PROTECT YOUR CLOTHES-REG 39' SLEEVELESS STYLES-"'SS'T'D COLORS DECORATOR PATTERNSSHREDDED FOAM
FILM

SALE CONTINUES EEflBFEEG: ) 0EIM1EE 1( ( WE FILL MORE PRESCRIPTIONS t.sa.'I=-u'::.to Y..PI' eonu.l.ntl our dug: Wh.", you pick up your d.v.lopd film and
... print* buy two roll el Kodaootor or Mack.nd
THRU OPEItDAILYITOI SATURDAY SHOPPING CENTER THAN ANYONE ELSE IN FLORIDA Y01C 5SS: I?=.-.10 So .bring.., 'rr.."."'. wrtlta film for tno regular.prieo of on*.

O"UUItOAY1OTIJ1 813 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE FLA.



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GARAGE SALE 344 N. Walnut FOR RENT: Rooms low
:
weekly
CLASSIFIED AD BABY SITTING: In home, 2 BR, 1 bath
RATES St., Baby rate. Phone 4689663. my ,frame $6,000 JIMMY MOORE'S
furniture 3/7
etc., 5tp
anytime, lunch and snack 2 BR, 1 bath frame $9,600

Deadline for Insertion chair couch, odd, stove furniture, refrigerator and bric-, ------------ 9645154. 1t 2/28 2 BR, 1 bath, Raiford $13,000 PumpsNew MILLER-Brown Sun Sports
Tuesday Noon 38R,1 1 bath, block -
preceding a-brac. $14,500 -
Thursday before publication. 9 a.m. Saturday Itchg 228FOR only begins -- .... -- -- 3 BR,2 bath, Hampton $19:000: And UsedSALES MORE YOUR BOATFOR MONEY TF
Minimum Charge$2.00 FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house 3 BR,2 bath, block $19,750 .

Covers 15 Words) ------------ furnished, no children. 962 N. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: STARKE PH 964-9791
Each word over IS Temple Ave. Ph. 9645193. EASTERN CHAIN seeking SACKETT REALTY PARTS Volkswagen
10 cents 1tp 2/28 Business Associate locally to 205 N.Temple Ave SERVICE COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

SALE: 2 horses, 1 own and operate LADIES 964-6522 DEEP 8t SHALLOW WELLS '. STERN DRIVE SERVICE
All Classified Ads must be Apalooaa with papers and 1 ------------ BOUTIQUE SHOPPE. Outstanding NEW & USED (''iA: AND REPAIR
paid for In advance unless you Tennessee Walker. Call 964- opportunity for right Plumbing Supplies SALES SERVICE COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

have an established account 5126 between 10a.m.9 p.m. FOR RENT:2 BR Duplex, wall to person. $12,500 investment 80 Acres 1/2/ mile road front REPAIR
with the Telegraph. In that Itp 2/28 wall carpet, stove and required. Call collect: Mr. age $1,100Acre EXPERT SERVICEON 1MI. NORTH OF THE MALL CUSTOM BUILT FIBER-
event 50 cents extra Todd, 904-396-1707. TF
charge 2/282tp GAINESVILLE GLASS'FISHING BOATS
refrigerator, N.
Myrtle, $115.
for billing. Not responsible for ------------ 964-7286 3/7 2 BR frame house completely ALL MAKES
or 964-8082. Itp
errors when given over the 2/28 furnished $8,000 PHONE 964-7061
phone or when copy Is not FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars ------------
typed and brought to the of made Japan by Gibson now SEWING MACHINE: All makes, 2 BR frame house, fenced lot CARSCARSCARSDEPENDABLE
---
---------- Durrance
fice. at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. cleaned, oiled and adjusted very neat $9,600 TRANSPORTATIONPLUS
$7. All work
------------ FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur- James Strickland,guaranteed.Rt. 2, Box Brick, 3 BR, 2 Baths, Cent. PUMP SUPPLY co. 30 DAY WARRANTYON
nished house with large 864N. TEMPLE AVE. MOST CARS
65F Starke, Ph. 964-8733. heatair/ $30,000
"SALE: 22 screen porch. No pets or 2/28 2tp 3/7
hand
T ii FOR SALE :J:I 38$19.95" snub, 15 automatic $39.95 guns, 5884.children 1tchg, close 2/28 to town. 964- A.J.THOMAS, REALTOR Adult Mobile OWNED & OPERATEDBY

Discount. tfchg 4995. Dahmer's ------------ 205 N.964-6162 Temple Ave. A STARKE MAN

---------
--- REDUCE Safe & Fast with LILLIAN C. PEARSON Home ParkIN
--------- GoBese Tablets & E-Vap ASSOCIATE Mar chant Auto Sales
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FOR SALE: Steam Jenny 760- FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 1 "water pills" Andrews 782-3806 CITY UMITS S3O A MONTH GAINESVILLE

8C, 125' pressure hose, bedroom apartment, large Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison, WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
lessthan 60 hrs. use, mounted FOR SALE: Argentine hay, living room. Ph. 9645033. Itp Starke. 2/21 4tp 3/14 1636 S,E. :3RD: AVE. _
GROCERY AND NEW
$1.50
bale Argentine seed 80
on 4'x 8'trailer.Call 533.2702. 228FOR
cents lb., Ringneck Pheasants SHOPPING CENTER MARCHANT WILL
2/28 2tp 3/7 ------------
$4.00 each Wild turkeys $15 NO PETS TF TREAT YOU RIGHT
------------
each,2 Hulsey game cocks.J. WE NOW HAVE diamond JO-LU COURTU.S.
------------
M. Edwards, Box 628, Phone needles for any make or model
964-5379.4tp 2/28 RENT: 3 BR House, Call stereo player. Dahmer's 10 Acres Just Out of City, Good 301 SOUTH
1N NN Niii'
FOR SALE: Registered Angus 964-6841. Itchg 2/28 Discount House tfchg. Land. PHONE 964-8810
Bull Calves J. B. White.
------------
Phone 964-6114 or 964-8775. ------------ ------------ 3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths C. B. Radio
tfchg. FOR SALE Registered Angus Fireplace, Fam. Rm., Close To
Bull Calves. J. B. White. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished SAWS SHARPENED, work" All Conveniences. United FarmAgencyInc 321 Temple Ave.

------------ Phone 964-6114. tfchg house, vacant guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 9S4-B34B
TV Color picture tubes only March 1st. $100. Ph. 964- leave at Jackson Building 70 Acres, 10 With Pines,20 With Storks, Fla.
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8404. 1t 2/28 Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared. REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
Supply, Starke
or Keystone
$79 plus labor, Dahmers .
Discount. tfchg. Heights. Tfchg. PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE All Types Of Electronic Equipment
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2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From

-------- City. Good Terms. FAULKNER-ASSOC.
LOTS Zoned for mobile homes t. FOR RENT 1 --- EXPERT
ROBERT INSTALLATIONBill
FOR RENT: 3 BR, 2 bath brick MIKE STARLINGS: LAND FAULKNER-ASSOC. .'
Several sub-
and houses. 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows
home, 3 miles north Starke CLEARING, FILL DIRT, 7 LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC.
choose from.
Only
divisions to Planted Pecan Trees
$95 down. Monthly paymentsto US 301, $210 per month 964- miles South of Starke on 301. 2305 N, TEMPLE AVE. '-
6915.
1t 2/28
budget. Ph. 468- 468.14201/31 5tp 2/28 2 Home and Nice STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65
suit your BR Frame Lg.
& Licenses
Sells
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile Now Hunting Fishing
1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. Lot. WANT TO SELL OR BUY
homes outside city limits. J. ------------
B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no NO regret the best yet; Blue REAL ESTATE? & All Management Permits.
------- -- Lustre cleans beauti- 2 BR CB Const., Built Recently.
-- carpets CALL US FOR BEST PRICES
answer call 964-8775. tfchg. FOR RENT: Room In my home, Home of the
for white single Rt. fully. Rent electric shampooer PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG Magnetic Signs
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St. 964-6163.
VACUUMS Access to rest of large home.
FOR RENT Office BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE
: space $20
weekly. 964-8279 after 7
brands of vacuums
Many new converted Siesta Motel. 301S.
MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also
p.m. 2/21 2tp 2/28
$39,00 up. Used machines of Starke. Rent all and
mobile home hurricane anchoring GEORGE ROBERTS SALES&SERVICE
from $10. Expert Repairs all locate your business here or ------------ and mobile home roof REAL ESTATE Fine selection of Used Cars OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
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central vacuum cleaning 1tp Starke, Fla. tfchg .964-7826 t"O.r.
house, 2 bedroom "
712 N. Main, .
systems. 7/28------ (.&'Wk\
Wayne Douglas,AssociatePh. GAINESVILLE .
Gainesville 3767110. TF furnished house,also house in I
country. W. H. Ndlman. .964-6593 LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED ft

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Plant Foods Vernon Reddish, 9646530. GREEN COVE SPRINGS" O
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WANTED: Maid to do
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-- -- -- -----
from the makers of preferably with references. FREE ESTIMATES REDUCED RATES
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GrROTONfEPELLETS STARKE. FLA.
ADDITIONS DOYLE E. CONNER
SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY
------------ FOR SALE
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NO WAX FLOOR'l CO
Mature woman to BILL POWELL COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $6 5O V" *
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PER SQ YD
TaD&1tE babysit in our home, oc, 964-6464 N'illUirfWHEN
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references. Ph. 964-8720. 1t ASSOCIATES:
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50 LB Ralph Bryan FH A, SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY 9Oi 97
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HELP WANTED Miner HAMPTON FLA. ShagTHE
: Couple to
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furnished. Ph. 468- IOO% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY TF
quarters
ACREAGE 1 to 100 Acres -
5 LB $1.25 10 LB S2.O9 1129. Itp 228WAITRESS with Highway frontage COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY $7 95
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$5.79
50 LB -O O-
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with Heat and Air Carpet 121 E. WASHINGTON STARKE. FLA.
,Enclosed garage beautiful lot In

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t" .

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PH. 964-5745 REDUCE Excess Fluids with home, furnished central heat,
,altwM LIt X-Pel 300. Money Back carpet 2 bedroom. Excellent ACCEPT U.S,D A. FOOD STAMPS SUNOCO
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9OOOOOO4 4/11 15tchg $23,000 cash. Ph. 473-4819 or
contact Michael Newsome. !
Itp 2/28
HOUSE PAINTING: Brush or
Your Letterheads Custom De.lg.ed spray Interior and exterior.. Robert's Plumbing ServiceREMODELING
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ru QLWL-O' (]) O rnUGJUru( t 0 workmanship Hourly or by contract guaranteed.Free quality. FOR SALE: 1972 mobile home. Looking For A Change?

estimates given. Lonnie
135 W. Call ST. 12 x 50. 3/4 mile west on 227.
Roberts, Raiford, Fa. Call .
after 6 p.m. 4311768. 4tp See after 5 p.m. Take overpayments NEW ADDITIONS. Sunoco Offers
Stationery makes an impression.Be 2/28 ,no equity. Itp 2/28
the PAlO TRAINING' 2: FINANCING
that yours'reflects NEW INSTALLATIONS
sure ------------
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3.3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION 4.3OOOOGAL/MO.
It's
image you want to project. ALLOCATION
Typewriters. Smlttt.' orona; FOR SALE: Small 3 bedroom
something we can help you with! electric end manual. Bradford frame house 1 1/2 miles from 24 HR SERVICE FOR INFORMATION CALL;

County Telegraph. If city limits off Raiford Road, FREE ESTIMATES r
11900. Ph. 9647015. 2/2t MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-O941

Job Printing office Adding supplies.machines Bradford; typewriters County; 3tp 3/7 Call 782-3563 Lawtey, Fla.. 321.Jl4pd' EVENING: ((9O4) 378-O1O8' TFFebruary28,1974

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HOMECOMING SET S,. JJlurli's Parish Council Discusses : I
AT SMYHNIIAPTIST -- HAMPTON AREA NEWS DJ_ -oKs.o;
Episcopal Church Topics At St. EdwardsSt.

Sunday, March 3, will be
observed as Homecoming Dayat Kalendar .for the week of Edward's Parish Council invited members to attend the Recreation team consists of the following as a segment to the growing attending college at the
met Monday evening in the World Day of Prayer plannedfor "bookworm" on the bulletin University of Southern
church Steve
Keith
Smyrna Baptist on March 3: players: Spell
Pratt Street. Everyone is Sunday Holy Eucharist, parish hall with Richard March 1 at St. Mark'sEpiscopal The regular 4-H meetingwill Helle, Wally Faulkner, Monte board.The second graders are Mississippi in Hattiesburg.
Welty presiding.Mrs. Church. be held March 4, and the also making good progress in The class appreciated being
invited, especially previous 830am.: Church School, 9:45: ; Mrs. Pat Welty announced Glisson Robby Corbett, Brian able to discuss football another
members. Holy Eucharist at 11. Paul Blanchette 4-H Carpenter meeting on Clark and Mike Carroll. The their regrouping work in
to
Festival
for with him.
Tuesday Brownie Troop reported on success of plans be a Spring March 5, both at the City Hall. girls basketball team shows Math. sports
held about the first of May
604, 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. religious education classes The Dribblers 2-1; The
asked for parish
Covered Dish being conducted and future and Ceramics Class will meet Bouncers, 12. The fifth and Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth
Supper, 6:30: p.m. Evening plans for the classes. cooperation.Mrs.. Michael In- tonight (Thursday) at the sixth grades have run right attended a meeting of the iy Neighbors
L LL'LL:: :; :;14'1'E' Prayer and Meditation, 7:30: Joseph Gissy suggested thata vited members Gilhooly to a St. Hampton Senior Citizens down to the wire in the one County Health Nursing Ser-
p.m., followed by discussion of parish clean up, paint up and Patrick's Dance scheduled for room. loss category. The Tornadoes vices on Tuesday at the Starke
the evening topic. fix up program be carried out defeated The Wildcats 21-4 to Agricultural Building. The
LULLPRESENTS- (twa; Thursday Girls Scout on March 23 and 30. March 16 James in the parish urged hall. The regular meeting of advance to the finals in their knowledge she gains at this
Father
Cregan
Troop 614, 3:30: p.m. Inquirers Mr. and Mrs. Wayne to attend Ash Hampton Senior Citizens Will division against the un- meeting will be helpful in the
Class, 7:30.: Senior Choir, 7:30.: Mundorff reported on plansfor Wednesday parishioners services and be held Friday evening. defeated Barricudas. The school health program.Mrs. .
Friday Junior Choir 3:30: teenage activities. girls' race is also close. The
Devotions Fridaysat
Mrs. Richard Coss an Lenten on Toit-Toit Bombers have Carol Shield's fifth
I L!LLLLLLttifiLli; L p.m. a
& nounced that choir 7:30: p.m. Members were is to announce
practicewas attend Friends and NeighborsWe record of 1-2, and the Short grade happy I
The Very Reverend FrankS. being held regularly and also encouraged instruction to Shooters 21. that the winners in the recent Q
Cerveny Dean of St. John's hoped to involve congregationin adult classes religious scheduled for Sunday extend sympathy to the marketing project turned out e
Cathedral, Jacksonville, was singing. Carl Rhoden family on the Mrs. Cissy Santangini'ssecond to be Harvey Rhoden and
FOR THE FIRST TIME elected Bishop Coadjutor of Mrs. Lester Humphries evenings. death of their son. grade class is making Monte Moore.
. COUNTRY MUSIC S BEST the Diocese at the 131st An- good use of the school library.
nual Convention of the To Mrs. Ruth Dennison is home As they read books and make Mrs. Earselene Zim
6 Nights a Week Episcopal Diocese of Floridain Missionaries SpeakAt from the hospital. reports their name is added merman's sixth graders were .. -
.
thrilled on Monday with the -
the Good Shepherd Church,
Featuring Guest Artist: Jacksonville, last Saturday.The First BaptistA Carlyle and Peggy Pooser visit of Malachi Henry, a "Now don't enjoy yourselfInto
Linda Aateison date of his Consecrationwill have bought the Ware place on former Bradford High School a slate of utter. exhaus-
be announced later. Dean World Missions Con missionaries and enjoy the Highway 325 and have moved football star. He is presently lion.*
Fri.and Sat. Night Cerveny will succeed the ference begins Thursday services. Evening services here from Miami.
Only S.00 Cover Charge Right Reverend HamiltonWest evening at 7:45: p.m. at the begin at 7:45.: llttr
From 9 PM-Z AM as Bishop of Florida Re'Preston' Perry and
First Baptist Church of
upon the latter's retirement Starke. Timmy hoden Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan attended Henry Block has
early next year. Services will continue the CUBB board of
at Bobby'sHideaway through Sunday evening. directors meeting Monday
Dr. Charles Arrington, Timmy Rhoden, age four of night. 17 reasons why
., you
Hampton, drowned near ]?
missionary to Athens, Greece --
Teen to pal. as she plays -- ::

pop father record gave: "Here's a three-aspirin one my Thursday.will be the guest Ramon speaker Galindo on, overturned.He Keystone, Feb.Heights. 21, when on a Thursday boat School News (ci.i; ecspitiiStarke should come to us

301 North-Waldo
missionary to the Spanish will

rating.Features von Reopen King Taylor speak ,Friday missionary evening.to Hong Faye Oct. 8,was 1969.born and is in survived Starke by on Committee The School met Advisory Monday CO Q? for income tax help.

Kong, will speak Saturday his parents, Carl and Laverne evening in the Hampton
evening. Miss Carolyn Bryan Rhoden; a brother School with Principal Tom Reason 1. We are income tax
Randall; and two sisters Casey presiding. Informationon
Weatherford and Genus
Crenshaw, missionaries to the Tammy and Stacey, all of school personnel was Sunday World Missions specialists. We ask the right
BE HONEST Indians, will speak Sunday. Hampton. distributed along with graphs Conference Breakfast, ladiesas questions. We dig for every honest
Funeral services were heldat depicting comparative grades well as men are invited to
Pastor Ben P. eduction. We
Bryant extends want to leave
WITH YOUR HEALTH a cordial invitation to 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones achieved in the recent school attend 7:30: a.m.; Sunday no
the public to meet these Funeral Home with Rev. testing by grades. Miss School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning stone unturned to make sure you
Merle Packham conducting. Bonnie Trisler was elected to Worship at 11 o'clock; Youth pay the smallest legitimate tax.
1 Too often, people will try to convince RM. SellersRoy Interment was in Hope serve as secretary of the Handbell Group, 5 o'clock;
themselves that very evident symptoms of an Cemetery. committee and Francis Meng Church Training, 6:15: p.m.;
illness do not really exist or will disappear was requested to serve as Evening Worship, 7:30: ; guest
If they will just forget about them. This type M. Sellers, 50, of Lola Deeding chairman to represent the speaker. Genus Crenshaw,
of attitude can only lead to more serious Starke. died Sunday night as a committee of the Hamptonarea. Missionary to Indians.
problems in the long: run. A disease In its result of injuries received in The next meeting is Monday-Deacons Meeting;
earliest stages is usually much easier to treat V j an automobile accident near Mrs. Lola Todd Beeding, 60, scheduled for March 18 at Youth Choir Practice, 7
and cure. St. Augustine. of Starke, widow of Charlie which time community ser o'clock.
Never be afraid to find out about something Born in Pennsylvania on Beeding, died Tuesday, Feb. vice of the school facilities will Tuesday NO JUNIOR ,.
that Is bothering you. Most often your May 27. 1923, he was a veteranof 19, in the Starke Nursing be discussed. CHOIR TODAY. w
ti doctor will be able to diagnose your problem World War II, a member of Home. Born in Bradford Wednesday Acteens, 5
quickly. Then, not only will you be feeling the Presbyterian Church, and County on Aug. 16, 1913, she Rick Ezzell's Physical p.m.; Family Night Supper 6
better physically but you will have great men- the American Legion. He wasa was the daughter of the late Education Basketball League p.m.; Hour of Power and R. A.
tal relief as well. teacher in the Bradford- James W. and Leaty Griffis reports that J. V. is the win- Meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and
Union Vocational Center. Todd. and was a member of ning team in the third and Officers Meeting, 7:15: ;
YOU OK YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US Surviving is his widow, the Airpark Baptist Church. fourth grade division. This Trustees Meeting, 7:30: ;
when you need a delivery. We will deliver Gladys W. Sellers; his Surviving is a son, CharlieL. Church Choir Practice, 8
promptly without extra charge. A great molnyItt'ople mother, Mrs. Bernice Sellersof Beeding of Starke; one o'clock. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
rely for their needs. We brother, James W. Todd, St. Edfeard'sCatholic Visitation 9:30
; on us health Eustis; one son, Gary Thursday :
welcome reijiiesU' fur delivery service and charge Wells, and a daughter, Darcia Jacksonville; four sisters a.m.; Youth Choir Trip to 118 NORTH WALNUT ST.
accounts. Wells, both of Starke; two Mrs. Geraldine Griffis, / Church Disney World; Visitation, 7
1 Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Sat. Phone 964-8286
brothers, Donald J. Sellers Starke; and Mrs. Georgia p.m.
and James Sellers, both of Sumner, Mrs. Susie Hilliard, 441 N. Temple Ave., Starke. Ben P. Bryant, Pastor OPEN TODAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
964-6757 Eustis. and Mrs. Eva Humphries, all Saturday March 2 Con-
Funeral services were heldat of Jacksonville. fessions, 6 p.m. Vigil Mass, 7 ... 10 l .. ________a_
KOCH'S DRUGS 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Funeral services were heldat
graveside in Keystone Heights 2 p.m. Friday in the DeWittC. p.m.Sunday, March 3 Mass, 10
166 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. Cemetery with Dr. James R. Jones Chapel with Rev. E. a.m. Grade School Religion Going Going Gone !
Neale. Jr. conducting. DeWittC L. Griffis conducting. Interment Choir Practice, both at 11.
Jones Funeral Home was in was in Long Branch Ad lit Religion Class, 7 p.m:
r + r r r r r r r s'r charge of arrangements. Cemetery near Maxville. Weekday Mass (except
Friday) 8:30: a.m. Limited NumberOf
................................r............................. Tuesday, March 5 Altar
Society meeting, 7:30: p.m. Used Bikes
Wednesday March 7 Wayof
the Cross, 7:30: p.m.
Three Anyone may stop and pray I
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