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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


95 STARKE, FLORIDA Cents

No. 34 Thursday, March II, 1971 Copy


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Woman KilledIn Bradford Fighting To Retain



Car-Train I




Accident Sat.Carol Resident Circuit Court J JudgeMexican :



Farr McElroy, 27, of Newberry, formerly of ...........

Starke, died Saturday in Shands Teaching Hospital, ,

Gainesville, of injuries received in an auto-train accident < ,. ,
on SR-235, eight miles west of Starke. :, : .. ::\i ..-. .-. '::.. ." .. .; \:,.: 'o' without the services of a
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.. resident Circuit Judge?
Mrs. McElroy was on her t' I ,".
way to the home of her That is the question

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin US-301 prevailing in the minds of

Farr, in Starke at the time of many of the concerned
the accident. Apparently, she
citizens of the county u" a
did not see the approachingtrain result of the recent
at the GeorgiaSouthernrailroad Repaving
:
resignation of Circuit
crossing near New .r : .. wbaV. a.
1Yy Ve r t rlo
River station and crashed Judge George L. Patten.
4 1M .,. !e'.reC* 'rr ., f .r
into the left side of the train's + \ Judge Patten tendered his

engine at 12:40 p.m. after RevealedFunds resignation for reasons of
skidding 108 feet. The car
came to rest in a field on the ill health' after serving as
west side of the highway and will be included in the -: one of six judges in the

south of the railroad tracks. new Department of Tran- : Eighth Judicial Circuit for
sportation budget for the
Rescue Unit 60 was sum resurfacing of US-301, Temple 20 years. His resignation is

moned from Starke, but was Avenue, within the city limitsof 4 r to become effective on

blocked by a stalled freight Starke. March 31.
train for 22 minues. Membersof Members of the Bradford
The vacancy will be filled!! han \
the crew said the train hada County Commissioners were appointment to be made by
broken air hose. given that information at a .
Governor Reubin Askew uf' <
Receiving word from Police meeting held in Lake City, as dt he receives a recom-

Chief Jimmy Bowen, who was Thursday, March 7, Y. lei t mendation from the Judu >'
on the east side of the blocked The widening and Committee
Nominating >10
f fj
tracks, that the only crossing rebuilding of SR-16 from US- L will screen all of this

open was the one on Market 301 West to the northwest city wKCi plications received tluo, ''I>
Road, about two miles limits was also discussed at
March 20. Those eligiblt!
northl
the rescue unit left the meeting, said Clerk Gib ,, apply for the appointment re,
Street crossing for the long Brown, and the DOT will I
who meml
; S'n attorneys are 'i t
detour. By the time it reached advertise for bids on that r> w the Florida Bar Assocut ,

Highway 16, however, the project in May, in spite of who have been practicing lor
train had moved sufficientlythat objections raised by the at least five years.
a crossing could be made Starke City Commissioners.The '
w The Eighth Judicial Cin ut
there. city has not included is
comprised of six cOlmltl'SAlachua
Counting the time lost by the funds in its present operating 'e Baker, Bradlorf.

rescue unit, and the lapse budget to offset the costs Gilchrist, Levy and Union and
between the time of the accident involved in the re-setting the AMexican to service the case loads u:
and receiving the call utility lines called for by the those counties we have six

in Starke, it is estimated that rebuilding project ,. Circuit Court Judges: John I
Mrs. McElroy was without Work on the US-301 Crews
R. A. (BuzzylGrem)
r medical aid for almost 45 resurfacing project Is, expected : A. H. Murphee, George L.
minutes. to begin in July or very n Patten, Benjamin M. Tench
She was in a state of shock soon thereafter.The ; and Theron A. Yawn, Jr
and received emergency aid Bradford County The geographical layoi.
in transit to the hospital for a delegation attending the .
in Lake pickers dotted the lush strawberry fields of L. M. fruit In the lull between late February freezes and the new the counties in the rn'i i
broken arm and other in- meeting City were:
Norman. Jr. along SR-225: this week as growers' "scrapped" crop which will start maturing about April I. stretches from the norO
chairman
juries. After arrival at Ralph Bryan, boundary of Baker Co '
Bradford County Hospital a Board of County Com beginning at the Georyi.,
trachea tube was inserted to missioners; Gilbert S. Brown, Florida boundary line, and

assist her in breathing, and clerk of the Circuit Court, and Pessimistic Growers Berries"We're goes all the way to the Gulf of
after she had been stablizedshe Dave Paulk, county com- Scrapping Mexico to include the southwest

was rushed to Shands missioner.NewWD. boundary of Lee >
Teaching Hospital in just scrapping," is to 100 acres in the current In spite of Norman's gloomy Norman said that he and his "That used to be a good County.

Gainesville. She failed to the way L. M. Norman, Jr., season. outlook, his field of robust partner, Morris Carter, are price," Norman said, "but Traditionally the northern

respond to treatment, one of the few remaining "Two or three years ago we Sequoia plants never looked shipping only their own with costs the way they are three counties of radii.,> !
however, and death came at 8 large-scale growers in had 250 acres in the county." better. except that bloom and berries and those of Lloyd now, we have well over $3 Baker and Union have nm

Bradford County, describedthe Norman said, "but costs have fruit were scare. Griffis this season. "Most of expenses in every flat we sell. been without the services ot i
p.m.Besides her parents, Mrs. activity along doubled, labor is almost "There was a fine crop of the other growers who are left It costs $2 just'to pick and resident circuit judge to sere
McElroy is survived by her To "Strawberry Alley" (SR-225) impossible to get and plantsare young bloom and fruit on the have only small patches and pack a flat now, so you see the people residing in those
husband, Glenn, of Newberry, Open this week. scarce at any price."I bushes in February, but the are selling to the local what happens to the grower counties.
and one brother, Wayne Farr, late freezes got about two- markets," he said. when the price goes down a With the forthcoming
of 620 Pinewood Drive, Starke. Norman, with 24 acres; would hesitate to advise thirds of them, and now we're little, as it might at any time." resignation of Judge George
Morris Carter, with 21, and anybody to grow berries just scrapping what was left Last week the "big three" With the cost of fertilizer, L Patten becoming effectiveon
Funeral services were heldat Tuesday Lloyd Griffis with 12, have under present conditions, and protected under the bushes. It scrapped aoout 2,200 flats, spray, plants and other items !March 31 that long standing
3 p.m. Monday In the about 70 percent of Bradford's I'm seriously thinking about will be at least the first of with another 1,400 or 1,500 doubling in price Norman tradition could be upset.

Jonesville Baptist Church Winn-Dixie's new, ultra rapidly dwindling strawberry dropping, out myself next April before another crop Monday and Tuesday. Prices says it now costs from $1,200 Several steps have been
'I' near Newberry, with Rev. modern 22,720 square foot acreage, estimated at from 80 year, he added. comes on." ranged from $4 to $4.50 a flat. (See Page 4)) taken recently to influence the
James and
E. Rev.
Starling supermarket in the new new appointment to the
Neal Tolson officiating. Burial that will be
I Bradford Square Shopping vacancy createdby
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was in the church cemetery.SPAGHETTI Center will open next Judge Patten's

I Tuesday, March 19, at 9 a.m. Architect Lists Faults resignation.The .
Aggressive Board of
County
I Winn-Dixie is the fourth new Commissioners at their
store to open in Bradford
regular meeting held !March 4
Square, having been precededby
resolution
adopted toward
a
Stump's Department Store,
that end. The resolution
Eckerd Drugs, and the T G
and Y Family Center. A new Given Unanimous OK Of Board follows:
dress shop, the Clothes Cor- WHEREAS, the Honorable
a. George L. Patten, Circuit
1 ner, will open Monday in the
new shopping center. Listing faults In a local some $3.5 million in school budget and deadline against promised to work with the lack of proper maintenance Judge, Eighth Judicial Circuitof
school construction built buildings have been built anyone in the state," !Morgantold school board and Supt. lie said Engineer Roy Florida, has announced his
"One of the finest supermarkets under his direction, saying he under his direction. Board the School Board and correcting air- Turknett had designed deluxe retirement from said judicial

in the north Florida won't repeat past mistakes Member Rodney Hall, obviously Supt. Jim Temple. Morgan conditioning and heating systems for Bradford schools, post after more than 20 yearsof
area and one of the most" and firing back at criticism pleased at Morgan's said that costs he gave on old problems at the middle and that he still feels the distinguished and
complete in the Southeast, is from Supt. Jim Temple aggressiveness, called the plans cannot be considered as school, Starke Elementary, systems are top flight once the honorable service to the
SUPPER the way Winn-Dixie describesthe Architect Don Morgan has architect a changed man after a budget for 1974 con- Southside Elementary, bugs are worked out. people of Bradford County and
andFASHION new store. More than 6,000 gotten himself hired for Morgan went on the attack sideration. Bradford High, and the BHS At that point Morgan said he the State of Florida, and
SHOW items will be offered another year as the Bradford Tuesday, March 5, before the Referring to air- gym roof. Not all of these was answering Supt. Temple WHEREAS Judge Patten
throughout the store. School Board architect. board to answer Supt. Temple conditioning systems which do problems are work supervised directly, that he doesn't feel it has, during his entire tenure

Thu.....".March M "Winn-Dixie believes thereis Morgan has worked for the directly "since you made not work properly in Bradford by Morgan, but the school Temple's responsibility to be been the resident Circuit
.,30-:10: "..... an adventure to supplying school board since 1966 and accusations in the paper." Middle School and Phase III of board and Supt. Temple listed crawling around on the roofsof Judge in Bradford County,
Stark w.......'.Club varied needs of our Saying he and the board Bradford High, which Supt. them March 5 as the main buildings to inspect the and

customers, and that there is a Dress needed to discuss the up- Temple has continually hit at problems to be taken care of systems."I \MIEREAS. the people of
Ad.ll" $i 11.50ChUdrint tl.M romance to gathering ShopTo coming $1 million in school and has tried to correct, in the coming months.In don't want you crawling/ Bradford County have had a

from around the construction slated in 1974, Morgan stated: on roofs, Mr. Temple." At thai resident Circuit Judge for
word to match the customer's OpenIn he'd the hour-long discussion, point Temple walked out of wore than 100 years with an
Sponsored. by Morgan began by saying "
..in 10 I've learned said
years Morgan many problemsin office in the Bradford
'. It is with this the meeting room coffee County
Junior Wont > Club appetite. feelingthat like to start things off cupSop
something and I will not the air-conditioning and
Court House at Starke,
this Winn-Dixie store is CenterA
stocked with such of "I'll put my record of repeat past mistakes." He heating systems are due to a ( rage' I n Florida, al1dWIIEREAS.
a variety
quality food from everyday second dress shop, the the resident
---- staples tit the fanciest Clothes Corner, will open Circuit Judge of Bradford
met foods. gour- Monday, March 18, at 9 a.m. Escapee Handcuffs Guards To TreeAllen County has always providedhl1l1"tII'
"Winn-Dixie recognizes the in the new Bradford Square \ \ accessibility to
Dr.JeanMundyTo Shopping Center, according to .A ." ., said.. office" to the people of
American housewife as the Owner Al Clements of Neal Blackburn, 25- take Blackburn and another separated from the front by a and' Spears; got back Into (hoIrotil llakir and Union Counties,
Address greatest judge of price and Dunellon.The year-old white Inmate of inmate, Arthur Lee Mayo, 23- security screen. seat with West and' iiiui other counties in the
Public Health Nursing quality that the world has ever 1,600 foot junior Union Correctional Institute is year-old black, to Shands ll.nton. Blackburn told Ilatton
square During the (trip. Massey Eighth: Circuit, and
known Winn-Dixie
Advisory Council states in and missy sportswear and still at large after an escape Teaching Hospital in lit drive north on U.S. :illI.)' and
its announcement of the said, Blackburn n>;in.i.:"'d .lo \\IIKREAS, the people of
new last week the hand- Gainesville. said that a short distance south of
dress shop will be managed involving Massey work his hOlllllllu"'II.h a smallspace ) Bradford County have con-
Thursday' March 21 store opening.J locally by Mrs. Brenda cuffing of two correctional Blackburn was scheduled to iM-lwoeii the securityserero Lawtev he ordered I ho driVor tributed approximately

....m. A. Braswell, manager of Thomas, formerly of Carp's. officers to a pine tree near see specialists about a mill the ear frame, to pull off on a jzr.ulitl road !1000000.00 to the con
the
present Winn-Dixie store, The Clothes Corner here is the Lawtey, and the abandoningof jawbone Injury that needed xiialflietl (the pistol from and handcuffed Spears and struction of Court House!
Co. Ag. Building will also be store manager in second one started by a fellow prisoner and a be broken and reset while Sx'iirM'| holster, cocked the West to 11 pine live.Ul.uk.burn \ facilities which are renownedas
the store with M. G.
new also medical technician In- Mayo scheduled to I licit look lIat.IlIn' -
Clements who operates a on was h'i//'rand/ / pointed It at the the most outstanding Court
Overstreet
as co-manager. S. store in Dunellon. Clements terstate 10 near Jacksonville. receive treatment for an eye guard's head. Blackburn ( shirt, f'hlhim/ into facilities in North Florida, and
A. Townsend will be market
said he is also negotiating fora condition. Ih,' ha'k "weal i with Mayo, andfiMtltmuxl
ordered who
c--. .. manager and Calvin Harris According to R. D. Massey, Hatton was
store in Inverness. superintendent of UCI, C. B. driving, to stop the car on ('I.$. timing north on WHEREAS, said Court
produce
sibs (Community Winn-Dixie manager.is ,the nation's Grand opening in the new Hatton, a medical technician About 5:45: p.m., the two 301 in front of the new xlioi* :UMrur Belt ing on Interstate House has office space and
will last all week so. going i east toward for two ((2))
seventh largest retail food dress shop from Smith Lake near prisoners and three UCI ping center in Slarke. nunlo hearing rooms
&Iatr Nauk chain and the number Monday through Saturday. Keystone Heights, and S. F. personnel left Gainesville for Spears get out of \the our and .la'\'k onville, Blackburn resident Circuit Judges
Southern food chain with over one March 1823. Visitors may West and F. D. Spears, the return trip to Raiford, took the other nun: away from Mopped the car and put houses the entire staff of the
A ...uH>. fcMi.lUr 957 stores and the fastest sign up for a $50 gift certificate correctional officers at the Massey said, riding in 'a West. Million and Mayo out on the Florida Probation and Parole

.. MlD\irfH.._lop_ growing chain throughout the the winner to be prison, left UCI about 1:30: 'station wagon with the two Blackburn thru got back highway, where they were Commission, the PublicSee
c-
Southeast. selected Saturday at 5 p.m., p.m. Wednesday, March 5, to prisoners on the back seat, into the rear seal with Mayo, (See Page 4) ( Pane C)



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Sharon Lamb\Veds Lt. Shaw Card Party At Shower Given ForMiss HardyMiss Bachelor Party


Country Club Carol Hardy, March; 29 yellow crocheted cloth and ForMr. SandersonSteve
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. 1st Lt. Douglas Whiteside bride-elect, was complimented centered with a Hallmark
Lamb of Starke announce the served as best man. Mar.15.7:30The at a bridal shower "Young Love" centerpiece.The Denmark was host at
marriage of their daughter, A small reception was heldin Monday night at the J. T. 60 gussts% included Mrs. a bachelor party Sunday nightat
Sharon,to 1st Lt. Roland Shawof the Officers Club of Fort s' Prevatt home on N. Walnut Charles Hardy, mother of the his home on Kingsley Lake
of the
Women Starke r'I'
Boise, Idaho. Jackson. Mrs. Chuck Newton honoree, and Mrs. Robert Marlie Sanderson,
Street, given by Mrs. Gregory honoring
presided at the punch bowl Golf and Country Club will Alvarez and Mrs. Mark Milner, mother of the whose marriage to Miss Joyce
The marriage took place on and Mrs. Debbie Taylor sponsor a card party Friday, Milner. prospective groom. Denmark will be an event of
February 16 in the chapel at served the wedding cake. March IS, at 7:30: p.m. at the The hostesses presented .
Games duringthe afternoon.A
Fort Jackson, S. C. with club house. The party is for were played Sunday
Miss Hardy with an electriccan was
hours and barbecue
i' prizes supper
Father Juan Florey Out-of-town guests were thebride's any women of the communitywho party
per- memento of
awarded. The refreshmentI opener as a served to the guests who included
forming the nuptials.The parents and brother, likes to play canasta or I the occasion. ushers for the
with
table covered a the
Jim; Mrs.Jack Shaw of Boise, bridge. Call Nancy Roberts, was
bride wore a long white Idaho, Vann Chandiler of 964-6058 if interested in wedding and close friends.

satin neck and and lace long gown sleeves with high and Denver, Colo., Steve Brody of playing or have any questions.EdwardsOutlaw Luncheon Given ForMrs. Hardy.Mrs. .
Jackson, Wyo. and Mr. and Kimberly Dukes
carried a nosegay of red roses Mrs. Byron Greene of Starke. Dudley Hardy was luncheon Tuesday of last weekat
and white carnations. r14S honored at the Garden Restaurant,
yR a "Pampers"
)
Birthday Party
!Mrs. Minda Whiteside attended The couple will reside in ray1. rl; I given by Mrs. Gene Shawl
as matron of honor. Columbia, S. C, until June 1 Miss Patsy Edwards and Y Mrs. Beard HostessTo Mrs. Gus Kopelousos, and Kimberly Dukes celebratedher
wearing a long red crepe gown while Mr. Shaw is serving in Lavern Outlaw, Jr. will be Mrs. Harry Gruen. third birthday Saturday
with lace trim. the Army. united in marriage Saturday UDC Members The dining table was centered afternoon when her parents,
with and blue
evening March 16, at 7:30: p. a pink
'' \\ .. _-",..,. 1IiIl.r.! _, "' .....-.IIIt.4, m. in the Brooker Baptist W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. cake and down the length of Mr. and Mrs.for J. her C. Dukes and 12,
o ra ir r aDO the table of fern gave a party
s
: Church with a reception C. met Wednesday afternoon was a garland little friends at their horiie on
following in the church of last week at the home of interspersed with pink and
recreation hall. Mrs. F. B. Beard with Mrs. L. blue daisies, stuffed animalsand Myrtle Street. theme
Mouse
All friends and relatives are G. Powell and Mrs. George baby toys. Place cards The Mickey
YOU HAVE HBP? was carried out in the table
marked the seating
.
invited to attend.Garden Flynn, Sr. as cohostesses.Mrs.
the table
g Lester Crews presidedover arrangement for the 24 guests decorations and was
centered with a birthday cake
the which was who included Mrs. Gwen
ClubEntertained meeting with doll in the center.
members. It Murphy of Jacksonville, a
attended 17
1' Have you had your blood pressure checked announced by that the mother of the honoree. The party was held on the
recently? Is It normal about 120/80 read- By was patio which was decoratedwith
ing? Is U low? high? Or do you know? It Is District meeting held in colored balloons.
estimated that over 23 million North Ameri- Mrs. NormanThe Starke last month was the Mrs. Kate Sheppard will Mrs.V.J. Spengler assisted
cans suffer from high blood pressure (HBP) .e largest in attendance in the visit relatives in Fort White .in caring for the youngstersand
and that half are not aware they have It 55 j state. over the weekend.
they do not see a doctor for periodic phydcalexams. Morning Worker's serving.
Circle of the Starke Garden ------------------- _. ..
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A Club met Thursday morningat
Since HBP develops without warning It the home of Mrs.A. Russell Swinging Into SpringLocal 40
Is considered "the silent killer" and over Norman on East Call Street. V\1 WinterPRICES
250,000 people will die this year because of it. Mrs.Norman and Mrs. L. L. fashions will "Swing into Spring" at 6:30 tonight '
But, once diagnosed IIBP ran be controlled by Fullwood discussed the basic (Thursday March 14) at the Starke Woman's Club. I'-
diet or medication or both. HBP control can Models will parade some 100 outfits from The Lady Bug
forms, the pyramid, the
reduce the number and severity of premature Clearance
cube of Shop in Lake Butler, the new Clothes Corner opening \c
heart attacks, strokes and kidney disease. sphere, and the ,
design .in flower arranging. Tuesday in Bradford Square, Leila's, and Stump's Depart. .
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US They demonstrated these ment Store. i GOOD THRU MAR. 16
when you need a delivery. We will deliver basic designs using different Latain Herres of Stump's, above, wears a polyester and d"--
promptly without extra charge. A great many kinds of vases and dried flax casual by Bobbie Brooks as she poses with Stump's
people rely on us for their health needs. We and collection of men's hats. BEAUTIFUL FIRST QUALITY POLY
materials, green foliage
welcome requests for delivery service and charge
flowers. Pictures' and books LARGE :
V accounts. from the club library were Methodist Teenage BanquetThe SELECTION < /
used to continue the ouble Knit
964-6757 discussion.The second annual Teenage of the two side tables at intervals .
I circle will meet againon Banquet, sponsored by the 1 were pink camellias MATERIAL <:' '
KOCH'S DRUGS Thursday morning, March United Methodist Women,was interspersed with green 60" TO 66" WIDE '
28,at 10 a.m. at 1305 East Call held Saturday night in the shamrocks.The SALE .. ,.Jp'ij;{
Street. Other fundamentals of Methodist Fellowship Hall. 35 young people and 20 3YDS $100 $166
166 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. design will be studied. The U-shaped banquet table adults attending were entertained PRICE : :i-t? :
Members are asked to bring held a center arrangement of by the Sweet In-
foliage and flowers for pale pink azaleas and cense musical group followedby
s r r e Winter"CiothingVALUES
i ; e e e' a I making arrangements. dogwood and down the length a monologue by Mrs. .. .
Randy Newland.The programwas '
j;
.1 highlighted by a fashion TO ti '
show presented by Drew 5t DD EA. 'f _. .,.-
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Reddish,Rev. George Harper, S1O.OOFROM } \ fi
Newland John God- ,
Randy i '
win, John Schmidt, Garreth PACIFIC MILLS
pnm7IbYMgN Jones, and George Loper NONaupL1n :. I

NEW women's attired in fashions.the latest in spring \ ... Sheets & Case fRON/NG
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Credits go to Mrs. Drew > )-."
Reddish coordinator of the "
FULL SIZE /' ,
banquet, Mrs. Henry Godwin, /S'll //
in charge of the food, Mrs. /' .-P .1 I 3

$1 12 0 .0 0 $100 ..cA p/tc* George decorations Roberts, and,Mrs.Jr.,Randy table ,' '/

..- Mattress or box ipnngor Newland, program, and their ;0. ,v"d ,

EA PIECE .,,- TWIN SIZEINNERSPRING committees. _." .',- -. ",,, ,' "'\" .

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Homemakers ClubThe i-.'' .
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Starke Homemakersclub \
will meet today (Thursday Twin Or full 2 Pillow Cases Wipe-N-Dipe
) at 10 a.m. at the

Agricultural program on flower Center.arrangingwill A 52.Sa 52.19 21.00

be presented.Mrs. .


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Beta Sigma Phi Miss Chapman Is Health Council


Sets RusheeTea ComplimentedAt Dr. Jean Mundy, specialistin c

therapeutic rehabilitationat
Members of Gamma Theta
e Florida State
University,
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi n LuncheonMiss will speak to the Bradford
held their model meeting at ; Public Health Nursing Advisory .7 l
4 the home of Mrs. C. W. Slade Melinda Chapman, Council next Thursday,

Monday night. April 6 bride-elect of Robert March 21, at 8 p.m. in the
Each member explained White, was honored at a county agriculture building.
her duties in
about
something delightful luncheon Dr. Mundy works with
Saturday
the chapter and the history of at 12:30: p.m.given \ +,1 children in theraputic
j
Beta Sigma Phi was reviewedfor R. Reddish,Mrs Linda Johns, rehabilitation at Florida State
rYS,. the new rushees.A Mrs L. K Whitehead, and University
t tea was planned for Mrs. Drew Reddish at the Dr. Mundy is the daughterof
March 17 at the
rushees on home of the latter on Debra Mrs, Leila Mundy of Starke
home of Mrs. Eve Godwin
Street. and a graduate of Bradford
between the hours 3 and 5
p.m card
The head table and five High School.
A short program on zodiac tables were covered with The public is invited to
signs was given by Mrs. cloths. The head attend.
HoinMyrickTo Phillip Clark. Army-Navy table was centered with an (Q)
Mrs. Slade and the co-

Wed June 1 hostess, Mrs. Grady Over- white arrangement daisies of and yellow lavender and Hutliy/ Casey 7, ""'P II
served refreshments.
street
,
Fuji mums and was centeredwith
Mrs. Lucile O Hoin, of a bride and groom. The DAR WinnerMary
AI ba re z-DeVoe Mr. and Mrs Garl Mathews
Winter Park, announces the Jennifer Johns individual tables were cen- visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce DOT TO
engagement of her daughter,
tered with crystal vases
Mathews and in
Date Set 4 family
Pamela, to John Mason May holding yellow and white Kathryn Casey,
Maitland from
to
Myrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Birthday Party daisies and mums. Place daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Friday
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lavon Monday.
Thomas L. Jr. of
of ,
Bishop Myrick Orlando. cards marked the seating Casey
John is the grandson of Mrs. Jennifer Johns celebratedher Alvarez of Orlando announcethe arrangement the 28 guests. Starke, has been' named
Mr. and Mrs C. H. Dawkins
Sue Myrick of Starke. sixth birthday Saturday engagement of their Each guest brought a small recipient of the DAR "Gold
of Jacksonville
The wedding will be an afternoon when her mother daughter, Susan Janelle, to Citizens Award" for 1974. were Sunday
,
honoree
kitchen gadget for the
dinner of Mr. and Mrs.
W.DeVoe
of Mr. guests
event of June 1, in Orlando. Mrs. Randy Johns, gave a Timothy son and her hostesses presentedher This award is made an- UNLOADBaldwin
and Mrs. Robert D. DeVoe of W. H. Nollman
Miss Hoin graduated from party for her and 20 friends. Orlando. with a crystal relish dishas nually by the Daughters of the I

Winter Park High School and The party was held in the The will be a memento of the occasion. American Revolution to the Mr. and Mrs. Richard
attends Florida Technological yard where the children event of wedding an Out-of-town guests were one senior girl, selected by the Dennis of Hilliard, Mr. and
May 4.
University of Orlando. played and were served faculty of Bradford County
Miss Alvarez Mrs. Claude H. Barton, Mrs. Joe Hill and daughter of
Her fiance graduated from refreshments. The youngsterswere graduatedfrom Miss Dana Barton High School, who best
Edgewater High School, daughter, Ocala, Mr and Mrs. B. J. ,
Edgewater High School and boxes of displays the following
given crayonsas and is Valencia and Mrs. Norman Allen of Eggers and daughter of
now attending
qualities: dependability,
attends Tennessee Temple favors. Her Jacksonville,Miss Mary Anne Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert
College, Chattanooga, Tenn. Brenda Roberts and Jana fiance Community graduated College.from Evans Barton of Altamont Springs, service leadership., Taylor and daughter of :
Godwin assisted with the patriotism, and scholarship.Miss
Mrs. Charles Searcy and Miss Raiford the
High School and from were among
J .. games and serving the Valencia Becky Reeves of Gainesville. Casey is competing, by guests attending the open
Community College.
refreshments.Mrs examination, in the State Gold
house for Mr. and
Miss Alvarez is the granddaughter Sunday
Citizen Award
Mrs. Ida Shaw and Mrs. of Rufus Alvarez of ..p competition. Mrs. Harvey Edwards.
Edith Hutchinson returnedlast .. Starke. Results will be announced at a
Friday from a week's ; later date. A pin and certificate Attending the Lawrence

visit with Mr. and Mrs. Doris Conway of 6"p Mrs. E C. Dukes and Mrs. will be awarded at Welk Show Wednesday nightat !hevyOldsridesSold
Charles Schaeffer and Mr. Orlando is visiting her Melba Williams were guestsof June.graduation ceremonies in the Coliseum were Mr and

and Mrs. Loran Conner in brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs A. M. Thomasin Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mr.

Atlanta.Mr. and Mrs. M A. Baldwin, this Thomas were in Winter Park Palmetto over the weekend.Mr. .- "/ b. and Mrs. Cunningham and
week. over the weekend visiting his _/ daughter, Marla, Mrs. L. J.
and Mrs. John Col and and Mrs J. A.
.and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof Green,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth aunt,Mrs.C. M. Fowler. They
and Carl
Mussoline of Palatka
Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. J.
,
Rexrodes of Buffalo, N. Y. and son, Ensign Barry Firth, were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Astatula were weekend !Mr\ and Mrs T. H. Slade, E.
to of James McNeely and daughterof guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. and Mr. Hardy I Will
were weekend guests of Mr. spent Tuesday Thursday Mrs Clyde Sinclair, not Be
and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead. last week at Disney World.aS Lakeland. Early.e' and Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar Mrs. C. W. Beasley of

the weekend in
----------- e ------------------ ---------. spent Gainesville was a Monday
llomasassa They were joinedby visitor of Mrs. W. H Hart and
I I Mrs. N. K. Hurst, Mrs. D. relatives on Mrs. Hart's birthday -
C. Forehand, and guests from .

I I Indiana Mrs. Charles Fink and

7 Mr. and Mrs Homer children of Green Cove
\e Stearns spent last Tuesday to Springs visited her mother
I II
I Thursday in Orlando with his Mrs Ella Moody last
brother-in-law and sister, Mr Thursday.
rI and Mrs Marion Eskridge Brinliln
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns
I O { I Mr and Mrs. William attended funeral services for
I to DeMilly of Tallahassee were her brother, E. !M\ (Pete)
weekend guests of Mr and Brinson, in Jacksonville :I Ad
I II
I !! o Mrs. W. W. Hood Saturday Any

Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Albany Ga.,Mrs. N K Hurst, Branham attended the
: Mrs. Denver Fuller, Mrs Florida Gas Safety supper in Any WhereAny
I Lt < Fran Snyder and Mrs. Gainesville Monday night.
c.- Margaret Rohling of In-
\Y : dianapolis, Ind. will be Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Worth

weekend guests of Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs Sterling Price
a F. oy1. Mrs. T. H. Slade and !Mrs. Carter of Sterling Ill. are
1'?J Clyde Sinclair spending several days with
96pi Mr. and Mrs Lester Crews.
Mr and Mrs. Sidney

I Strickland of Lake City were Engisn Barry Firth
i e Sunday visitors of Mr. and returned to duty at Corpus We Will Da It
Mrs. F. W. Strickland.Mr. Christi, Texas Tuesday after
being home on three weeks
I and Mrs. John !Myers leave.
spent the weekend In Macon,
Too
535 CARLA. Lovely pastel voile watercolor Ga. attending Parent's Weatherfordof
Miss Carolyn
print dress with solid white bodIce.
'
College
Weekend at Wesley
e Jacksonville was the
-m where their daughter, Trish, weekend guest of Mrs. W. B.
I is a sophomore. Mundy.

.' $1100a 1 Mr and Mrs. G. C. Alder Carlton and Jeannie Faulkof Take Advantage Of The

r' :r Ir man of Baltimore, Md, are Jacksonville were Sunday I
,, of his sister,
,+ 3030r guests this week visitors of their grandparents.Mr. .
Mrs. L. A. Canova. Joining the and !Mrs. Maxie Carter
family over the coming Sr. Finest Selection Of New
and Mrs.
weekend will be Mr

l\ James Otto of St. Petersburg.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Reese of

.J Ocala spent the weekend with
L and Mrs. David F. Mrs. R. W. Reese and Mr and Chevy And OldsmobilesWe
Griffith and son, Reese, have Mrs. Steve Simmons.Mr. .
i returned to their home in

3030 BOUQUET, Fancy flocked dotted Swiss ro Newnan Ga after two weeks and Mrs. Edward Sch-
b ?r in clastic lovely lined lace pants trimmed dress with matching o .,sy visit with Mr and !Mrs R. W. wab and granddaughter, April Have Ever Had
and Mrs Steve
Reese and Mr Smith, of Merritt Island and

$1 11 1 00 :: Simmons. Eddie weekend Schwab guests of Gainesvillewere of Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper !Myrtle Anderson.
have had as guests Mr. and

Mrs. Ernest Lord and familyof Friends of Mrs. O. L. The Very
Cross City on Sunday and Beasley and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Sandersof
Kincaid will regret to learn of,
Cross City on Monday. brotherinlaw
the death of their -
Clarence C. Hoppe of
Mr.and Mrs. C. D Williamsof Tampa, who died last Friday HighestPrices:
Melrose were Sunday morning. Funeral serviceswere
visitors of Mr. and !Mrs\ One
held Monday in Tampa.
Wiggins.

!Mrs. Anni! Jollenbeck of
Mr. and Mrs Bennie
Berlin. Germany is on an
215 TIFFANY. A gorgeous dress Williams and daughter of extended visit with her son-in-
for any special occasion! Savannah, Ga are spending law and daughter Dr. ami
1 Tuesday to Sunday with his Mrs. D. W. Whiffen.
$1 15 00 parents, Mr. and !Mrs Mack Paid FOP

h Williams. George Wilson and \\\11'11.
r Helen Egger of Miami wmweekend
Local admittances to guests of Mr .mil

Bradford County Hospital this Mrs. J. D Yc.iUriMr Late Model }
week Include William\ L.

\ Reynolds, Keystone Heights; and Mis. ,'"linIon! A
\ 3490 Lloyd Bryan, Cindy Bryan. tuoro and dinghlcr of Tampa a
Michael Alvarez, Earl Love spent the wwkcnd with her

3490 TINKER. Dainty flower print on K Mrs. Brenda Smith, Mrs Nora pill'I'nhl Mr. and Mrs. M\ A. Sharp Clean
white fabric of 50% polyester, 50% cot, '* *s Maude Griffis Mrs. lIaldwin.
ton Grider, James (Shi-p
Tomlinson, and Mrs. Edith Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
1 $9 50 Hutcheson Starke; Charles! Porch of Jacksonville were Used Cars.It
1
1120 w :. ,. cty Czimcsera and Mrs Uo/ie\ Sunday visitors of Mr and .

Baxley, Lawtey. Mrs. Guy Sale.
1120 TAFFY Adorable two.tiered sKIrt is trimmed ,'. .
'-, in lots of lace and a pretty streamer bow, Yf, 1 LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spongier

.. TIlE: IIII/\IWOIW and Mrs. Emma Ha ,- roi'NTV' TKL: *:<;H.\PII visited R L. Sponsor in Sf

$700 Published! every Thursday Augustine Sunday only takes a Minute to get a Better DealMarch"
: at 1381Y: ('a'il SlreelStarke I
,Florid :ilJO'll! \ Among tliow ,lending Ilir
l.iwronfOrlk show at llu

Z c-) Second(1811'posture |paid t ('iili.srimioilinsil.u" infill:
at Sturke. FloridaSuhscrlplun were MIX ,.Illllll.llMHI. III I.
Mis .1 II bluselry, Mrsllon.iM \ ,
hairs: 'J'h"I'III", Mis

In Iradr arm: III.IHI per I\lm"11 Miner.. Mr. and, Mrs.K \ V.a., lb. Irrw.STARKE .
BANK AMERICARD MASTER CHARGE year; ll.llthK: : iminlliM I:. I I.. M.illlM-ws. Miss MaiUit!
FLORIDA
MiiltlMon.\ Mr mid. Mrs U. T.

HOURS 9:00: 5:3O: MON.'THRU' SAT. Outside truilo area: 17.INIprr Ihl jtll\.OC\ and Mr. and Mrs. L. "5..w.r t.r.e V... f..avN.OwM"

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I Sharon Lamb Weds Lt. Shaw Card Party At r Shower Given For Miss HardyMiss Bachelor Party


Country Club Carol Hardy,March 29 yellow crocheted cloth and ForMr. SandersonSteve
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. 1st Lt. Douglas Whiteside bride-elect, was'I com- centered with a Hallmark
Lamb of Starke announce the served as best man. "Young Love" centerpiece. was
host at
Mar. 15,7:30The : plimented at a bridal shower Denmark
marriage of their daughter, A small reception was heldin The 60 guests: included Mrs.
Monday night at the J. T. bachelor Sunday nightat
party
Sharon,to 1st Lt. Roland Shawof the Officers Club of Fort a
Charles of the
mother
Hardy, Lake
Women of the Starke Prevatt home on N. Walnut his home on Kingsley
Boise, Idaho. Jackson. Mrs. Chuck Newton honoree, and Mrs. Robert
Street Mrs. Marlie Sandeison,
presided at the punch bowl Golf and Country Club will given by Gregory honoring
Milner, mother of the
Alvarez and Mrs. Mark to Miss Joyce
The marriage took place on and Mrs Debbie Taylor sponsor a card party Friday, prospective whose marriage
February 16 in the chapel at served the wedding cake. March 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the k Si 5 n Milner. The hostesses groom.presentedMiss Denmark will be an event of
Fort Jackson, S. C. with club house. The party is for a l I Games were played duringthe Sunday afternoon.A .
; with
electriccan
Hardy
Father Juan Florey per- Out-of-town guests were thebride's any women of the communitywho party hours and prizes an barbecue supper was
awarded. The refreshment opener as a memento of served to the guests who included
forming the nuptials. parents and brother, likes to play canasta or the occasion.
Jim; Mrs.Jack Shaw of Boise bridge. Call Nancy Roberts, I table was covered with a the ushers for the
The bride wore a long white Idaho, Vann Chandiler of 964-6058 if interested in wedding and close friends.

neck satin and and lace long gown sleeves with high and Denver, Colo., Steve Brody of playing or have any questions.EdwardsOutlaw Luncheon Given For Mrs Hardy.
Jackson, Wyo. and Mr. and Kimberly Dukes p
carried a nosegay of red roses Mrs. Byron Greene of Starke. a Mrs. Dudley Hardy was luncheon Tuesday of last weekat
carnations.
and white
1 honored at a "Pampers"Mrs. the Garden Restaurant, I
'
Mrs Minda Whiteside at- The couple will reside in given by Mrs. Gene Shaw Birthday Party
tended as matron of honor, Columbia, S. C. until June 1 Miss Patsy Edwards and Beard Hostes g; Mrs. Gus Kopelousos, andMrs. Dukes celebratedher f
wearing a long red crepe gown while Mr. Shaw is serving in Lavern Outlaw, Jr. will be iJ4 Harry Gruen. Kimberly :
with lace trim. the Army. united in marriage Saturday To UDC Members The dining table was cen- third birthday Saturday I
evening, March 16, at 7:30: p. tered with a pink and blue afternoon when her parents, i

_11I_""" 'Jw.EJlIIII:! !!Int,,,,,,.___ .. iI, _.... 4 m. in the Brooker Baptist W. T Weeks chapter, U. D. cake and down the length of Mr. and Mrs.for J. her C. Dukes and 12, I:
a r u s I r I r rI Church with a reception C. met Wednesday afternoonof the table was a garland of fern gave a party
following in the church last week at the home of interspersed with pink and little friends at their home on

recreation hall. Mrs.F. B. Beard with Mrs. L. blue daisies, stuffed animals Myrtle Street.
All friends and relatives are G. Powell and Mrs. George and baby toys. Place cards The Mickey Mouse theme
DO YOU HAVE HBP? carried out in the table
invited to attend.Garden Flynn, Sr. as cc-hostesses.Mrs. marked the seating was
Lester Crews presidedover arrangement for the 24 guests decorations and the table was
who included Mrs. Gwen centered with a birthday cake
the meeting which was I
Y ClubEntertained attended members. It Murphy of Jacksonville, with a doll in the center. I
by 17
I Have you had your blood pressure checked the mother of the honoree. The party was held on the I II
recently Is It normal about 120/80 reading By was announced that which was decoratedwith I
I patio
? Is it low High Or do you know? It Is District meeting held in colored balloons.
estimated that over 23 million North Americans Mrs. NormanThe I Starke last month was the Mrs. Kate Sheppard will V.J. assistedin
Mrs. Spengler
suffer from high blood pressure (HBP) r largest in attendance in the visit relatives in Fort White
for the
and that half are not aware they have It state. over the weekend. caring youngsters II
they do not see a doctor for periodic physical Morning Worker's and serving. I
w exams. sA Circle of the Starke Garden 1. I
Club met Thursday i
morningat
Since IIBP develops without warning, It the home of Mrs Russell Swinging Into SpringLocal '
Is considered "the silent killer" and over Norman on East Call Street. Winter
Y 250,000 people will die this year because of It. Mrs.Norman and Mrs.L.L. fashions will "Swing into Spring" at 6:30: 1 tonight > < \
But once diagnosed HBP can be controlled by> Fullwood discussed the basic (Thursday March 14) at the Starke Woman's Club. '>1t-
diet or medication or both. HBP control can forms, the pyramid, the Models will parade some 100 outfits from The Lady Bug _'
of
number and severity premature
reduce the >
heart attacks, strokes and kidney disease. sphere, and the cube, of Shop in Lake Butler, the new Clothes Corner opening \x Clearance,
a In Bradford
design in flower arranging. Tuesday Square, Leila's, and Stump's Depart '
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US They demonstrated these ment Store. i '
when you need a delivery. We will deliver basic designs using different Latain Herres of Stump's, above, wears a polyester and &-- PRICES GOOD THRU MAR. 16
promptly without extra charie. A treat many kinds of vases and dried flax casual by Bobbie Brooks as she poses with Stump's ?'l
people rely on us for their health needs. We materials, .foliage and collection of men's hats. BEAUTIFUL FIRST QUALITY POLY
green
welcome requests for delivery service and charge
flowers. Pictures and books LARGE
I accounts e from the club library were Methodist Teenage BanquetThe ,<
used to continue the SELECTION Double Knit
964-6757 discussion.The second annual Teenage of the two side tables at in-
s circle will meet againon Banquet, sponsored by the 1 tervals were pink camellias [MATERIAL '
KOCH'S DRUGS Thursday morning, March United Methodist Women,was interspersed with green 6O' TO 66 WIDE 1
28, at 10 a.m. at 1305 East Call held Saturday night in the shamrocks.The SALE
Street. Other fundamentals of Methodist Fellowship Hall. 35 young people and 20 3YDS $100 $166 I
166 W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. design will be studied. The U-shaped banquet table adults attending were en- PRICE :

Members are asked to bring held a center arrangement of tertained by the Sweet In- ,
foliage and flowers for pale pink azaleas and cense musical group followedby
r r 'i r r r
r r
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r'
i 1 I making arrangements. dogwood and down the length a monologue by Mrs. M
Randy Newland.The programwas
.\ highlighted by a fashion TO

show presented by Drew 54 DD EA. I
Reddish,Rev.George Harper, $10.00FROM .
Randy Newland, John God-
win, John Schmidt, Garreth PACIFIC MILLS
by MALDNE Jones, and George Loper
NEWFULL attired in the latest in spring c:\ n Sheets & Cases NON

women's fashions. ::NGA J.,.;,*' .
Credits go to Mrs. Drew / :
SIZE Reddish, coordinator of the ',
banquet, Mrs. Henry Godwin,
/
$100 in charge of the food, Mrs. .1.. '/ 1 I

$120.00 1 ..cA pMcEA decorations George Roberts, and,Mrs.Jr.,Randy table ... ; / // f x v

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.
i', Y.. .' :to.. To Address
I -
II I
Ij I Beta Sigma Phi Health
Miss Chapman Is Council
j
Sets Rushee Tea [ r I
I ComplimentedAt Dr. Jean Mundy, specialist t
in therapeutic
rehabilitationat
Members of Gamma Theta
!I chapter of Beta Sigma Phi M LuncheonMiss Florida State University,
will
speak to the Bradford
at ,
! held their model meeting M ,
i
Public
Health
the home of Mrs. C. W. Slade Nursing Advisory
,
Melinda Chapman
j Council next Thursday,
Monday Each night.member April 6 bride-elect of Robert n March 21, at 8 p.m. in the
explained White, was honored at a I
r county agriculture building.
J something about her duties in
and the of delightful luncheon Saturdayat Dr. Mundy works with
the history
chapter
12:30: p.m. given by Mrs. J. children in theraputic
reviewedfor
i Beta Sigma Phi rushees.A was. R.Reddish, Mrs. Linda Johns, rehabilitation at Florida State
the
ii I *:. tea new was planned for Mrs. L. K. Whitehead, and University
Mrs. Drew Reddish at the Dr. Mundy is the daughterof
rushees on March 17 at the
home of Mrs. Eve Godwin home of the latter on Debra Mrs, Leila Mundy of Starke

i between the hours 3 and S p.m.A Street. and a graduate of Bradford
1 The head table and five card High School.
J short program on zodiac
1 tables were covered with The public Is invited to
signs was by Mrs.

; Hoin-Myrick Phillip Mrs. Clark.Slade given and the co- Army-Navy table was centered cloths. The with head an I attend (Q)

F To Wed June hostess, Mrs. Grady Over- arrangement white daisies of and yellow lavender and Kathy Casey 7 J.... \.
street, served refreshments.
! Fuji mums and was centered
Mrs. Lucile O. Hoin, of with a bride and The DAR
arez-DeVoe groom. WinnerMary
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews
Winter Park, announces the Jennifer
Johns individual tables were centered -
engagement of her daughter, with visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce DOT TOUNLOAD
crystal vases
Date Set 4 Mathews and family in
Pamela, to John Mason May holding yellow and white Kathryn Casey,
Myrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Birthday Party daisies and mums. Place daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maitland from Friday to
and
Mr. Mrs. C. Lavon
Bishop{ Myrick of Orlando. Alvarez of Orlando cards marked the seating Thomas L. Casey, Jr. of Monday
John is the grandson of Mrs. Jennifer Johns celebratedher announce arrangement for the 28 guests. Starke. has been named
Sue Myrick of Starke. sixth birthday Saturday the engagement of their Each guest brought a small recipient of the DAR "Gold Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dawkinsof
The wedding will be an afternoon when her mother, daughter, Susan Janelle, to kitchen gadget for the honoree Citizens Award" for 1974. Jacksonville were Sunday
event of June 1, jn Orlando. Mrs. Randy Johns, gave a Timothy W.DeVoe, son of Mr. and her hostesses presentedher This award is made annually dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
and
Miss Hoin graduated from party for her and 20 friends. Orlando.Mrs. Robert D. DeVoe of with a crystal relish dishas by the Daughters of the W. H. Nollman.

Winter Park High School and The party was held in the a memento of the occasion. American Revolution to the
attends Florida where the children The wedding will be an selected the Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Technological yard Out-of-town guests were one senior girl, by
event of May 4. Dennis of Hilliard Mr. and
,
University of Orlando.Her played and were served faculty of Bradford County
Miss Alvarez Mrs. Claude H. Barton,
graduatedfrom Mrs. Joe Hill and of
fiance graduated from refreshments. The youngsterswere High School, who best daughter
daughter, Miss Dana Barton
Edgewater High School, Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Edgewater High School and given boxes of displays the following
crayonsas and is and Mrs. Norman Allen of
Valencia and of
now attending Eggers daughter
attends Tennessee Temple favors. qualities: dependability,
Jacksonville Miss Anne
Mary
College, Chattanooga, Tenn. Brenda Roberts and Jana Community College. Her service leadership Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert
fiance from Evans Barton of Altamont Springs, and of :
graduated Taylor daughter
Godwin assisted with the patriotism, and scholarship.Miss .
Mrs. Charles Searcy and Miss Baldwin
High School and from Raiford were the
J!=. games and serving the Valencia Community College. Becky Reeves of Gainesville. Casey is competing, by guests attending among the open
refreshments.Mrs. examination, in the State Gold
Miss Alvarez is the grand house Sunday for Mr and
Mrs. Ida Shaw and Mrs. daughter of Rufus Alvarez of 6. Citizen Award competition. Mrs. Edwards.
Harvey
..p i
Edith Hutchinson returnedlast Starke. Results will be announced at a
Friday from a week's later date. A pin and certificate -

visit with Mr. and Mrs. Doris ponway of .P Mrs. E. C. Dukes and Mrs. will be awarded at Welk Attending Show Wednesday the Lawrence nightat !hevy-OIds
in
Schaeffer and Mr. graduation ceremonies
Charles Orlando is visiting her Melba Williams were guestsof the Coliseum were Mr. and
and Mrs. Loran Conner in brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thomasin June. Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mr.

Atlanta.Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, this Thomas were in Winter Park Palmetto over the weekend.Mr. .. Itt (;, .. and Mrs! Cunningham and
week. over the weekend visiting his : ;< daughter, Marla, Mrs. L. J.
and Mrs. John and Mrs. Amos Sanford Green, Col and and Mrs. J. A.
Mussoline of Palatka and Carl Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth aunt,Mrs. C. M. Fowler. They
Rexrodes of Buffalo, N. Y. and son, Ensign Barry Firth, were joined by Mr. and Mrs. of Astatula were weekend :Mr. and Mrs T. H. Slade, Griffin, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
were weekend guests of Mr. spent Tuesday to Thursday of James McNeely and daughterof guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, and Mr. E. Hardy Will not Be

and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead. last week at Disney World. Lakeland. Early. and Mrs. C. B. Terwillegarspent Mrs. C. W Beasley of ,

.. ... .._ the weekend in
,------------ ------------------ ------'---. Gainesville was a Monday\
Homasassa. They were joinedby visitor of Mrs. W. H. Hart and
I Ias It Mrs. N. K. Hurst, Mrs. D. relatives on Mrs Hart's birthday

t C.Indiana.Forehand, and guests from Undersold


J Mrs Charles Fink and
Mr.: and Mrs. Homer children of Green Cove

Stearns spent last Tuesday to Springs visited her mother.
I Thursday in Orlando with his Mrs. Ella Moody last
a\\ brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Thursday. In
and Mrs. Marion Eskridge. Bring

, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns
I 0 ( I Ib Mr. and Mrs. William attended funeral services for

fO DeMilly of Tallahassee were her brother E. M (Pete>
I weekend guests of Mr. and Brinson, in Jacksonville :
Mrs. W W. Hood Saturday. AnyfldF1r&yWhr'


Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
.i. Albany Ga,Mrs. N. K. Hurst, Branham attended the

Mrs. Denver Fuller, Mrs. Florida Gas Safety supper in e
Fran Snyder and Mrs. Gainesville Monday night
e Margaret Rolling of In-

dianapolis, Ind. will be Mr.\ and Mrs L. C. Worth
E.G'tV0 weekend guests of Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Sterling
6' Price
Slade and Mrs.
13A e Mrs. T. H. Carter of Sterling. Ill are Any
96b' Clyde Sinclair. spending several days with
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews.
-- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney

Strickland of Lake City were Engisn Barry Firth
yI Sunday visitors of Mr. and returned to duty at Corpus We Will Do It

Mrs. F. W. Strickland.Mr. Christi, Texas Tuesday after

being home on three weeks
I and Mrs. John Myers leave.
spent the weekend in Macon,
535 CARLA. Lovely pastel voile watercoinprint Ga. attending Parent'sWeekend TooTake
dress with solid white bodice. Miss Carolyn Weatherfordof
t at Wesleyan College Jacksonville was the

where their daughter Trish, weekend guest of Mrs. W. B



:' J;Jv $1100 1 1 is man Mr.a sophomore.of and Baltimore Mrs. G., C.Md Alder are Mundy.Carlton Jacksonville and Jeannie were Sunday Faulkof Advantage Of The

1. guests this week of his sister,
3030K visitors of their grandparents,
Mrs. L. A. Canova. Joining the Mr. and !Mrs. Maxie Carter.
family over the coming Sr. Finest Selection Of New
weekend will be !Mr and !Mrs.

James Otto of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Reese of

,/ Ocala spent the weekend with
.x.Z'' Mr. and Mrs. David F. Mrs. R. W. Reese and Mr and Chevy And OldsmobilesWe
:. Griffith and son Reese, have Mrs. Steve Simmons
r returned to their home in
303O BOUQUET. Fancy flocked dotted Swiss Newnan. Ga. after two weeks
? In lovely lace trimmed dress with matching A and Mrs. R. W. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch
r r'i' visit with Mr. Have Ever Had
elastic lined pants wab and granddaughter, April
Reese and Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Smith, of Merritt Island, and
00 Simmons.Mr. Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere

$1 1 11 1 and Mrs. C. L. Cooper weekend Anderson.guests of !Mrs.

have had as guests Mr. and Myrtle
Mrs. Ernest Lord and
familyof Friends of Mrs. O. L. The
( Cross and Very
City on Sunday
Beasley and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sandersof
,
erg Kincaid will regret to learn of
Cross City on Monday. the death of their brother-in-

law, Clarence C Hoppe of
Mr.and Mrs. C. D. Williamsof
Highest
Tampa, who died last Friday
Melrose were Sunday morning. Funeral serviceswere
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. One in
held Monday Tampa.
Wiggins.

Mrs. Anni Jollenbeck of Prices
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Berlin, Germany is on an
21J TIFFANY. A gorgeous dress Williams and daughter of with her son-in-
extended visit
for any special occasion/ Savannah, Ga. are spending
f law and daughter Dr. and
i Tuesday to Sunday with his !Mrs. D. W. Whiffen.

-L" J $1500.lw parents Williams., Mr. and Mrs. !Mack George Wilson und Mrs Paid FOP

Helen Egger of 1IIamiwn'
Local admittances to weekend guests of Ih'IId\
:fir Bradford County Hospital this Mrs. J. D. Ye.iuirMr Late Model
week include William L. !

3490 Reynolds, Keystone Heights; and Mrs John !Mon-
Lloyd Bryan, Cindy Bryan. luoro and daughter of Tampat.ptnt i
Michael Alvarez. Earl Love, I weekend with her

ef'I' 3490 TINKER. Dainty flower print on .. Mrs. Brenda Smith. Mrs.Nora parents Mr. and !Mrs. M A. Sharp Clean
/ l white fabric of 5O'J6 polyester, 50% cot- ,y Maude Griffis Mrs. Italdw in.
ton, rt Grider, James tShept
_- Tomlinson, and Mrs. Edith: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
1 $950 Hutcheson, Starke: Charles
Porch of Jacksonville were Used Cars.
1120 Czimcsera and Mrs. Ro/io
Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Baxley, Lawtey. Mrs. Guy Sale.LTCandMrs.. I
1120 TAFFY.Adorable two.tiered shirt'Is trim-
/ / in tots of lace and a pretty streamer boy, ff,; : g' ; V. J.Sprnitlcr

I Tin:nlt\lwmU, and Mrs. Emma Hadm.in 1

COUNTY TKI.KUK: .\PII visited R. L. Spongier. in :M

$700 "I'ubllshrd every Call Thursday! Augustine Sunday It only! takes a Minute to get a Better Deal
alUHW. ( Street t tr.&a
SUrkr,Florida ::12111I! | Arming/ tluwo. Inning the
Ijiiwrenrvrlk slum .it the

Second('III.!*postage|paid l l Coliseumi' infill.:
al Stuckf', FlerldaSubrerlptlnn ""n' 1\11'11. ..Mm.ilsoii III,
i MrN .1 II MoM'UA., Mrs ,
Utah.: l on.iM. 'l'h.II'n"II'II'K.! .
In trade area: 'II.IH'III'r' I\1m'lIlIl M,,\rr. Mr. and Mrs.K .
Ir Mlles
BANK AMERICARD MASTER CHARGE year: U.ftl:\ : sOutxIdrlruiliMirru 1I"'lItll :. I I.. I\I.llti"\\'II. Miss MudtioMukllflMi.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. STARKE FLORIDA'S.

HOURS 9:00: 5:30: MOM.'THRU SAT. : U.4MI Iliiiipus. : mid Mr, and Mrs. L. L ...., w Lahr V.. Lv.rfre /
per year: I I.IHI months ( Kiiily.:
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I 2 Inmates Get 8 Years For Escaping.* *- ,' In BarrelTwo County.. Fair Set April 3-6 I

of three defendantswere overpowered the truck driver, on SR-225, east of Lawtey.At Catherine Johnson-| after years on the escape chargeand these reduced price
sentenced to additional stole the dump truck owned by being threatened with a knife, four years for auto theft. The Bradford County Fair County by March 22. will no longer be available tickets
prison terms of eight years the prison, and drove it to Johnson's home they surrendered the keys to the Harding, receiving the Association has completed I Featured again this year on for
each in Circuit Court Monday, Lawtey, near the home of demanded the keys to vehicle and the prisoners left same sentence as Morgan, is plans for the 24th Annual I opening day will be the appearance sale.Fair memberships
March 11, by Judge Theron A. Cephus Johnson, who resides Johnson's 68 Ford and money. the vicinity, proceeding now serving an indeterminateterm Bradford County Fair which of Miss RebeccaAnn the bearer to admission entitling all
Yawn, and charges against a toward will be held at the King, Miss America 1974,
Orange Park.A ,up to 20 years for rob- April 3. 6 Bradford- four days can also be purr
third defendant were Fairgrounds US-301 North i in at the fair. The
bery in Pinellas County. chased at the Chamber
dismissed the high speed chase ensued Union County Cattleman'sAssociation of
on recom- Raiford 8 Trial ResetTrial Starke.
Kellum, an Commerce at $2
unwilling per mem
mendation of Assistant State with the escapees being Members of the t will hold their
Ken Hebert. occured pursued by deputies of the participant in the escape, second steer show and sale on bership. General admission
Attorney by jury of eight on Sunday, August 5, being coerced by the other organization met last Wed- price is SO cents.
John Albert Morgan, 33, Raiford prison inmates 1973 during a racial disturbance Clay County Sheriff's office. two, had the charges againsthim nesday evening with Friday, April 5, and on ,
James William Harding, II, scheduled to begin Monday, on M and L wings at the The escapees were dismissed. Kellum is President Arthur Gaskins Saturday Aprils, the Bradford
24, and Kenneth Marvin March 11, in Bradford County prison.It in an Orange Park apprehended presently serving a 20 year presiding, firmed up the Roping Club will stage its
Circuit Court has been was estimated at the time for the and annual Horse Show.
Kellum, 21, were scheduledfor subdivision when the vehicle term for second degree program event
trial beginning Monday on postponed. Judge Theron A. that about one-third of the 954 overturned after failing to murder in Hillsborough worked out various other Myers also said that 82 of
charges of escape and two Yawn rescheduled the murder inmates participated in the make a curve. County. details, including decorationsfor the 90 booths available have
counts of auto theft trial for the April court fracas, and in addition to All three of the defendants The three defendants were the grounds and buildings. already been leased to
Charges were brought docket. Brown's murder, 14 other pleaded not guilty to the represented by Assistant John Myers, executive vice- exhibitors. Carnival ride
against the three white prison Charged with murder in the inmates were seriously in- charges at their arraignmenton Public Defender Richard president of the local tickets for children and I
inmates as a result of their first degree are Charles jured in the incident. January 21, 1974. Parker. Chamber of Commerce, who students through high school
escape from Union Correc- Andrew Buchanan, James M. The case of Ronald A. In other before the serves as General Manager of will be available for sale at the
cases
tional Institution on last Fields, Joseph Graier, Harold Cogman, charged with Before a six-member jury court Monday: the fair, said that the 1974 reduced price of 5 rides for a ....
November 26. Cleveland Gray, Charles aggravated assault and had been empaneled Monday -Charges of grand larceny premium books will be dollar at the Chamber of
The escape was engineeredby Henry, Richard Hicks, Roy possession of a weapon by a to hear the case, the defen- against Jackie Ray Hall, 31, available at various banks Commerce office on Call Ask
the inmates by hiding in Lee and James M. Vanhook. state prisoner was continued dants changed:! their pleas to and aggravated assault and, businss concerns in the Street between 9 a.m. and 5 +r- j +1
some 55 gallon barrels that The Raiford eight, all black pending the report of a guilty as charged. against Robert Lee Bryant, p.m. Monday through Friday, ''Charley
were being transported to the inmates,are to be tried for the psychiatric examination Morgan, serving a term of 28, dismissed beginning March 18 and
were by the
prison garbage dump. Upon knife stabbling death of white ordered by the court for 100 years for robbery in Dade Berries. continuing through Tuesday, E.
arrival at the dump they inmate James E. Brown that Cogman. county, was sentenced to four court.Two other defendants (From Page 1) April 2. After 5 p.m., April 2,

scheduled for trial
changed to $1,400 acre to get Johna'
their pleas to guilty, but' berries to the per picking stage. Two RenamedTo ..
sentencing was withheld About This
pending a pre-sentence in- "The only way we can come Question:
ANNOUNCING THE vestigation by officials of the out ahead is to get a good "It just dawned on me -my
Probation and Parole Com yield," he said. Hospital landlord's fire insurance

mission. They were: "The berries not wouldn't cover my per
-David Larry Martin, 24, back like are should coming after Trustee Board sonal belongings in the
they

l LL1U1flE( ( (!J IIUIl] and carrying charged unlawful a on concealed possession two counts firearm of a: get Norman those some February said rain, "but and a if freezes little we could cool," Bradford Two members County Hospital of the clothing apartment, jewelry I rent., camera My,

controlled substance. weather, we might make it Board of Trustees have been sports equipment, phono-
-JImmie Lee Chillders 27.
yet." He said the 90 degree notified by the Governor'soffice TV set, etc. must be worth
charged with breaking and temperatures of this week of their reappointmentto $1500 at least. What kind
entering to commit a were too hot for berry plantsto new terms on the board. of insurance should I haveto
misdemeanor. Mrs.L. J. (Inez) Green,who
produce like they should.
has served 16 years on the cover both theft and
Norman's pessimistic board and has been its damage; ?"
74e a4e4 New Phone outlook for the future of secretary-treasurer that '
C E.
Ca'tee'tac strawberry production in entire time, was reappointedto Churley
Bradford County was echoedby a new four-year term.E. .
Lines Set Lloyd Griffis. He also cited W. Hodges, who has JOHNS AGENCY
rising costs, scarcity of labor, completed his first term on
and competition from the board, was reappointed to 131 SO WALNUT ST

( EWLE3LJ 0UJJ(] JWr3 At BrookerThe for Mexican the decline.berries as reasons another four-year term. PHONE ge4-50"1o

--- -
-
North Florida "And another "

Grand Opening Sale March 18 23rd spend Telephone headquarters more than in Co.Live$300,000, Oak,with will this been Griffis growers growing said like, "is myself berries that thing(he's old 44, Henry Block has

to and modernize
expand
year years) are gradually droppingout
central office equipment for and the folks today
young 17 why
the Brooker exchange, according just aren't willing to work and reasons you
_
to Harmon L. Gay, take the risks involved in
l president and general growing berries." should come to us
.
manager of the company.Groundbreaking
"But I lost
never
money on a
monies for the new facility cere- crop Griffis in declared.all those 44 years," for income tax help.Reason
.
were held last week, attendedby
\ company officials, civic
100% ll leaders, and city officials of 1. We are income tax
Polyester Slacks by t Brooker. Escapee. .
specialists. We ask the right
4 Ellaine Sportswear. Beautiful Gay stated that Forest Hills
(From Page 1)) We for honest
questions. dig
every
? Solid and Checks. Construction Co. of Lake City
F k Sizes 8-20 .' will start work immediatelyon later picked up by State deduction. We want to leave no
a $95,000 building to house Troopers who were patrollingthe
stone unturned to make
{ Colors White, Lt. Blue, Beige, the new equipment. Upon area,and were returned to sure you
Navy, Pink, Yellow, Red, Forest completion of the new Lawtey, where they were met pay the smallest legitimate tax.
/ Green. building, the old central office by prison personnel. The
Regular $12.00
will\ be removed.The station wagon was abandonedin
: a new Brooker' North Jacksonville and later
: 99 Electric NX-2 central office recovered.
8 will service 540 customer Spears and West were found
Bright and Beautiful Ellaine Roll lines, as compared to the 320- by Jimmy Green, an em- ,
Sleeve Print Blouses. 100% line capacity of the old office. ployee of Florida State Prison, t
who lives in the and
Gay said the new office will area
Polyester. be equipped so that once a spotted the two guards a short
Sizes 12.20 telephone number is assignedto time after theyswere hand-
a customer, it is not cuffed to the tree.
Reg. $11.00Sleeveless necessary to change the Massey said the Blackburn,
I 749 number even if the customer of Walterboro, S. C., was
moves to another location in serving a 20-year sentence for
the Brooker exchange area. assault to murder. Mayo is
Private line telephones will be serving a 12-year sentence
equipped with automatic from Tampa for the sale of
number identification on heroine, and other charges of THE INCOME. TAX PEOPLE
direct distance dialed calls for grand larceny and breakingand
118 NORTH WALNUT ST.
quicker and more efficient entering.
service, the company Massey said that Mayo took Open 9 a.m.6 p.m., Mon.Sat.. Phone 961-828B
president said. no part in the incident.
: OPEN: TOOXY NO APPOINTMENT: NECESSXKY
In tracing the history of the
company, Gay said that the
-----------
number of telephones in
service had increased from I
J 20,000 to over 34,000 since the

Continent company's merger Telephone with Cor-Mid- WHAT THIS COUNTRY NEEDS ]

k.4. j poration in 1969. Over $20
million' has been spent on

expansion and modernizationof IS A GOOD S10
f. the old North Florida WORK BOOT
4 Telephone system since the
merger, Gay said.Architect..
Turtleneck in

Fashion Solids. Sizes S-M-L. .AND WE CAN
BEAT THAT!
Colors
Beige. Navy Pink, (From Page 1)) .

Short Sleeve Print Blouses of Red.Reg. in hand, saying he'd "..listen
80% Poly /20% Cotton when you get to the problem."
by Morgan then told the board: UNDER
$8.00
Ellaine. Sizes 12-20. Asst. 499 "I implore the board to allow

Fashion Prints. Reg. $8.00 me to put one building on a
maintenance program to sin k
prove the systems can work
499 without problems." ''
I, ,
Temple returned and the $ l\ ? j
long discussion continued over
the same ground the architect
and superintendent had
previously discussed. One =
example is the air supply at
Come In And Register For & the middle school, found to be ;; BOOT
at half strength due to smaller M

Drawing Of$50.00 air-handling motors being
9.97
installed than the 1''f
called for. At v'
specifications r
Gift Certificate. /- length, Morgan said: k
"I just don't look forward to
w, I f.. r going through another year
Drawing Will Be Held + with this continued hassle,,
;rf/, Mr. Temple."
Sat. At 6P.M. "Well, Don, it's the same
here," the superintendent That's right,
replied. now you can get good-quality
Morgan agreed to volunteeras P boots and shoes for under
much time as necessary to $10. Made of supple, rugged,
Junior Cuffed Jeans HIGH SHOE
by Jackson correct the problems if the water-resistant Naugalon,
Square. Fashion Flop Pockets. Short Sleeve Print Blouses by school board can come up with +,I Long-wearingoil-resistant sole

In White, Lt. Blue, Navy, Red, Jackson Square. Polyester/- the money work. to finance the $97 4 and heel. Added comfort

Pink. Reg. 12.00 Cotton Blouses. repair any of you think I'm y from the steel shank. And, we

doing shoddy work, I welcome repeat, all' this for under S10.
Sizes 5-15 $8.00 your investigation," Morgan
9 49 Reg. said. He said he has been
accused of being too easy on err OXFORD
sub contractors, but upon
499 analyzing the situation thinks $7.91STAN'S
PLUS that has come from difficultyin
getting materials.The .
board voted

SAVE: "10% Off on all Regular Priced Merchandise In Store During Grand Opening Morgan unanimously, who to lives employ in BOOTERY
-.
Week Sale. Master Charge Bank Americard Welcome or Use Our Convenient Keystone Heights and has

Lay-A-Way Plan. offices in Orange Park. 101 E. CALL ST. STARKE
to work for six
Morgan agreed
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March U, 197-1 TELEGRAPH Page




I Judge Yawn Denies New Trial Car Hits Flu Hits Hampton Students I


For 2 Garment Factory 14 Inmate

102 of 180 students at Of 30 students in the fifth five students home Monday
Stephen Bernstein, special Edwards was serving four Boy 14 Hampton Elementary were grade, all but one has had the with the flu. Some 40 studentswere
public defender, filed a Noticeof II) year terms for robbery absent last Tuesday, March 5, flu, the principal notes. absent Monday, a very
Appeal in Bradford County following his conviction in as the flu bug struck hard at The "epidemic" was about high number of the 243
Circuit Court on March 11, Pinellas County on those students and teachers. over Monday, Casey reported, member student body. Most of
following a denial of his charges. On BikeA During that Tuesday 102 with about everybody "backin the time only 10-12 studentsare
motion for a new trial by students were absent and five the saddle." absent.

Judge Theron A. Yawn, 14 old boy, Timothy of nine professional personnelalso A check with other schools There was no discernible
Friday, March 8. Byers year of Starke, received were absent because of revealed some higher degreeof change in attendance reportedat
The Notice of Appeal was Horse Owners severe bruises when struck bya illness,according to PrincipalTom absenteeism because of the Bradford HIgh.Uound .
directed to the First District 1971 Ford, driven by Ralph Casey, who termed the flu, but to a far less degree
Court of Appeal in Warned AboutEncephalitis i Allen Race of Dunedin,Fla. on day "almost unreal." Casey than Hampton Elementary.Next .
Tallahassee on behalf of L US-301, March 8, according to said 57 percent of his studentswere hardest hit was RobinTournament
defendants Nathaniel Bradford Middle School
the Stark Police Department.Race absent that day. where
Pressley and James E. Ed- The flu bug has bitten last week absentees averagedover SetA
wards, two of the Garment almost every student in the 200 of the 980-member
Factory 14, who had been Horse owners are urged to Nancy Ormsbee Diane Gagklns was northbound on school. Only one or two still student body. Monday, 138 round robin Softball
convicted in Bradford County have their animals vaccinated US-301, when Byers, on his have perfect attendance were reported absent from tournament is set Sunday,
Circuit Court on charges of against the various strains of bicycle, cut in front of the BMS classes, still above the [
records, the principal notes. March 17, at 1:30: p.m. at
assault with intent to commit equine encephalitis, according Enter Berry Pageant: t Race vehicle causing the The particular bug, which normal average absenteeismof Westside Park with three
to State Veterinarian accident. Race not at
murder and inciting a riot. .. was struck harder at Hamptonthan 80 to 90 students. adultman's Softball team's
Pressley was convicted as Clarence L. Campbell. fault, because the bicyclist at other school in the Brooker Elementary
any
charged and drew a sentenceof "Health officials have First two entries, Linda interpreted to include figure andpoise. : failed to use caution, stated county, is characterized by a reported 27-30 of the 140 participating.Teams are the Green
advised that we can expect Diane Gaskins and face, hair, personality, Officer George Tomasovitch's
15 years for assault with Nancy The beauties will hacking cough and high member student body absent Machine, Baldwin Chevrolet,
intent to commit first degree more mosquitoes this year Lee Ormsbee, have been ap- report. temperature, Casey says. last week, but blamed it on the Gulf.
in and
murder and 15 years for in- than last,"Dr. Campbell said, announced for the upcoming pear before the judges Four other automobile When a student's fever mumps, measles, and flu. There Cunningham is a 50 cent donationfor
clothes a
"and mosquitoes are a annual Bradford street sportswear accidents occurred in the Cityof
stigating a riot. County he sent home Normal absenteeism
reached 101 was runs
to the event -
and evening entry sponsored
Edwards, convicted on the principal"carrier of equine Strawberry Beauty Pageantset hot pants outfit, Starke, March 8-12 but and was usually out for four from 10-12 students per day. by the Sophomore Classof
lesser diseases. April 6 as climax and gowns. injured no one, according to
charge of assault with a days.S.eeSeSee. Lawtey Elementary sent Bradford High School.
The contest, sponsored by
intent to commit murder in highlight of the 24th annual the Starke Police Depart
Horses, mules, and other fair. the Starke Junior Woman'sClub ment.A .
the second degree county -- ---
was sen- -- ---- --- .
tenced to five years on that equines should be vaccinated is limited to Bradford 1971 Capri, driven by
before the of large County girls whose age on Patrick Oliver Griffin of i
and emergence
charge 15 for in- Miss Gaskins
is the
years 16,
Dec. 31 1974 will not be less
numbers of mosquitoes, Dr. Jacksonville, collided with a
citing a riot.
of and
daughter Mr. Mrs. PHCSPORTSWEAR-
said. than 16 years nor more than driven Roll.e I I
Charges against 14 black Campbell "Uorses Wayne Douglas of Raiford 1973 Chrysler, by
21. She must be a resident of
should be vaccinated for Lee Baker of Gainesville, on
prison inmates Road
were brought Starke. She is a juniorat I
I
Bradford attending
following the Eastern and Western equine County or US-301, while Baker was
garment factoryriot Bradford High, works part-
on April 30, 1973. encephalitis, as well as time at Eagle-DeVane's, her Bradford High. stopped waiting for anothercar I
against Venezuelan! equine 1973 Strawberry Queen to make a left turn.
John Green and
Sapp Super- is vicepresidentof
he added ad- sponsor Kathy Brown of Crystal Lake estimated to the
visor and Vocational In- encephalitis, the DCT Club at BHS, and Damages I I
that the combination will crown her successor April to the
structor at the vising Capri were $300,
clothing wants to become a dental
Eastern and Western vaccine 6 at the conclusion of Chrysler were$25. No chargeswere
at the
manufacturing facility hygenist. She is 5-5 with
sustained does not protect horses ceremonies to begin at 8 p.m. filed, according to Lt. The
prison injuries measurements of 36-25-36 12.
in the show at the
the virus. arena Rhoden's .
against Venezuelan Scotty report.A
inflicted and t6
by Pressley Hobbies are horseback riding,
Bradford Fairgrounds.
Edwards with screwdriverthat 1964 Rambler, driven by "
a Softball, and water skiing. '
have The common name for Among gifts the lucky Daniel Thomas Roznowski of 6/
him.Pressley permanently equine encephalitis is sleeping winner will receive are: a $300 Starke, collided with a parked r r/ Cream
crippled
committed to sickness, since horses affected Miss Ormsbee, 16, from Patricia Stevens scholarship; 1973 Chevrolet, owned by Ice
was with it are depressed, Lawtey, is the daughter of a sliver bowl fr6m the William Seborn Smith of
Raiford his
viction for following five murders con-in have little appetite, and appear Mrs. Alice Salano and Harry' Chamber of Commerce; a $50.. Ovieda, Fla. at the Malik
drowsy. Sick animals Ormsbee. She is also a juniorat savings bond from the Market on SR100. While
Dade County and was servingfive may also stagger when Bradford High School Community State Bank; a Roznowski was backing up his Look
consecutive life
those convictions.sentenceson moving around.Nursery where she has been an honor strawberry charm bracelet vehicle he collided with the I ForDouble I
student and has won physical from Gift Shop a .STEfta
Bullington's ; right rear of the Smith car.
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f 4" 'II" .' 'r" '..'" I##,..,",.,,.'__H" fitness awards. A redhead, $25 savings account at Roznowski was charged with

Specials Miss Ormsbee is 5-6 with Guaranty Federal; a stereo leaving the scene of accident,
measurements of 342434. She album from Dahmer's according to Officer E. D.
"""'I would like to become a model, Discount House, and a $25 Phillips' report. Damages

fashion designer, or to study savings bond from the Florida estimated to the Chevroletwere Knit
20 % Off law.Deadline Bank at Starke.A $100, to the Ramblerwere >
r for entry into the silver bowl f from the $25. I .
: r contest is tomorrow (Friday, Chamber of Commerce will be A 1972 Chevrolet, driven by 100%
March 15)). Entrants! will be presented to both the first and Bobby Lewis Cooper oi PolyCordinates /s tI
On All 1
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Root Fruit
judged on natural beauty only, second runners up. Starke, was going south on I & Solids 1

Nut, And Shade Trees US-301, when a 1968 BuiCk' j I
driven by Frances B.
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Returned Grand .1
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manslaughter indictmenthas Attorney Ken Hebert and to Officer Robert t
Gra pes,Weeping been returned against hearing witnesses in the case Lee's report. No charges were ',' ,

Dennis Carter, Jr., 40, the grand jury postponed the filed.A '
Willows, Dogwood Florahome by a Bradford! return of an indictment 1971 Ford, driven by ";I 'l'$ ,

County Grand Jury which against Strong until a later Tommy Dallas Gibson of OPEN 10-6 DAILY (9 <
convened Thursday, March 7, date. Starke, collided with the rear I ;, t$if. : .
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to hear witnesses in two The grand jury returned an of a 1965 Ford, driven by _" 7q. -1 '. 1V -
10% Off On All ShrubberyWe recent! pistol killings in indictment.manslaughter Frederick Vincent Eichler of '. .' 0- -' r.. ,
Bradford County. against Dennis Carter,Jr., 40, Lake Worth on Washington ".... --JI;,.; ,
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indefinitely postponed on Carter was being held on a left turn, according to Capt. I /tfi. .
ACROSS FROM .
Enoch Strong, 77, Lawtey. first degree murder charge in Harold Crews' report. :
charged with the pistolslaying the pistol shooting death of Damages to both vehicles
of a Lawtey woman in Willie James Byrd, 29, of were estimated at $75. No c1.9 HNS:! S FEED STORE 416E BROWNLEE STARKE5-
January. Speedville. charges were filed. .. _
Byrd's death at the hand of .
Strong voluntarily gave Carter occurred on Saturday,
himself up into the custody of February 2, at a fish fry being
Bradford County deputies, held at Gordon's Beer Gardenat
following the shooting death of Speedville.The Sawyer-Slade
Estella Duncan, 50, also of fatal wound upon Byrd
Lawtey. The shooting occurred was inflicted at close range by
5Ib---$125 'i'1OIb$209 January 14 at Strong's a .22 caliber pistol, and Byrd
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years, has resigned his Sirica,and was admitted to
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GROTONE grade schools, and Diane, and one-year-old
Gainesville High School for 'daughter Amber. They planto
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I County Fighting To Keep Circuit Judge No Respect For Private Property I


(From Pace 1) Crew"It
Defender, the State's At- Parole and Probation Com- Bradford County. Governor makes Charged To City Utility Line
torney, a Court Reporter, and mission require constant and 3. That a copy of this the ap 1 nine-member committee will
all other officers of the Courtin immediate accessibility to the resolution be spread upon the pointment to the vacancy consider all applications "There's three plats that I during,, heavy rams! water
an area immediately ad- Circuit Court, and minutes of this Board. created by Judge Patten's received through that date looks like some of the know of on the Green Acres collected on the church
jacent to the County Judge WHEREAS, to require the 4. That this Board continueits resignation. and will presumably submit city employees don't give a Sub-Division," Surveyor grounds and created parking
and Circuit Judge's Offices, people of Baker, Bradford and efforts, both individuallyand According to Rep. Frank three names ot Governor doggone about private Merrill McMillan said. problems at the church. The
union Counties and the collectively, to preventthe Williams, the other membersof Reubin Askew who will make property," said Robert L. said if there was an complaint was referred to
andWHEREAS, the people of various agencies of the Stateto removal of a resident the legislative delegation the final appointment.Local Autry, who resides in the easement Autry he would like to Commissioner Charles
Bradford County feel very travel great distances or to Circuit Judge from Bradford Bob Saunders and Jim attorney Eugene F. Green Acres subdivision in the know about it, and if there Schaefer, chairman of the
Williams who
Circuit are also Shaw and County Judge Elzie northwest section of the city. the Street Committee.
strongly that a Judge await the arrival of a Judge County. wasn't he would refer
members of
should reside among the from Gainesville (where five 5.That the Chairman of this the Judiciary Sanders have made ap- Autry told Starke city matter to his attorney and the Pastor Whatley also had a
people of Baker, Bradford and ((5)) of the six ((6)) Circuit Board be, and he is hereby Review Committee to are in plication to the Judicial commissioners, at their commissioners could expect a few things to say about
Union Counties as he has done Judges now reside and have authorized, to take whatever position recommend the Nominating Committee for regular meeting, March 5, bill for the damages to the speeding violators in the area
for more than a century, and their offices) constitutes an action he deems necessary or appointment for Bradford consideration in the ap- that several of his trees had property.Autry's. and stray dogs running loosein
WHEREAS, Bradford unjust and undue burden cast just in the futherance of the County. pointment.Other been cut down on two of his complaint was then his neighborhood and
County and the surrounding upon the people which they do objections hereinabove set Applications for the known applicants who vacant lots by employees of referred ti the Utility Com- turning over the garbage cans
will be
counties are on the thresholdof not deserve nor wish to forth. vacancy received have said they have appliedare the city's utility line crew. mittee Surveryor Merrill at night.A .
great population increases, tolerate and should not be 6. That a copy of this Judicial.through March 20 by the Gainesville attorneys "I want to this McMillan, and Attorney committee report from
expected to carry, and resolution be transmitted by Nominating Com- Herbert T. Schwartz and register Pierce 'for further Street Chairman Schaefer on
mittee Chairman complaint to George
andWHEREAS, the people of WHEREAS The the Clerk of this Board to the James Alachua County Attorney you gentlemen as" investigation. They are to placing a one-inch limerock
Feiber of a body and not
Gainesville. individually,
Bradford feel Honorable Reubin Askew, The Wayne Carlisle. the surface on Geiger Road for an
County very Legislature of the State of Autry said, appearing at the report their findings at
strongly that now that they Florida, in its wisdom has Governor of Florida, the regular meeting of the Starke next meeting. estimated cost of $3,900 was
are experiencing considerable required in other judicial Honorable John J. Crews, City Commissioners held Engineer Craig Batterson, received by the com
Chief Judge of the Eighth 39 Fail To Appear In Court missioners. No action was
growth within projections of circuits such as the Fifth County Tuesday night, March 5. gave an updated progress
Bradford County doubling its Circuit and Seventh Circuit, Judicial Circuit, the Autry said that he had report on the Dalewood sewer taken on the estimate since
population within the next two that there be residence Honorable Bob Saunders, Thirty-nine traffic violators violation of right-of-way, $36, previously spoken to the installation and said, "It now funds to cover the cost"were
or three years, to deny it a requirements for Judges in State Senator, the HonorableJim failed to appear in answer to sentence suspended; Stephen employees about cutting down appears that the total cost will not included In the budget.
resident Circuit Judge is the Circuit, andWHEREAS Williams, State Senator, summonses issued for the Tarrell Sowell, for failure to the trees, but the employeestold be in the neighborhood of 55 to Officials of the Bradford
regressive and a rebuke to the the people of the Honorable' Frank traffic plea day proceedingsheld appear, $100 and for unlawful him that there was a 10 60 thousand dollars, but this County Health Department,
people for the outstandingCourt Bradford County feel very Williams, State Represen- Wednesday,February 27, speed, $36.Fire foot easement across the back will change if the bids are let located on Church Street, and
facilities which they strongly that it is most unjustto tative, the County Com- by Judge Elzie Sanders in side of the property which at the same time as the Reno now in the process of being
have provided for their have all Circuit Judges in missioners of Baker and county traffic court. allowed them to perform project. Batterson said that remodeled, requested a
judicial system, especiallysince the Eighth Judicial Circuit Union Counties, and to such Sixty-four traffic violators Danger regular maintenance 20 foot easements will have to temporary change in the
the resident Judges residing and having their other person or persons as the forfeited bonds previously operations on the city's power be secured from the property parking on Church Street.
(Circuit and County) at the offices in Gainesville, Alachua Chairman of this Board may posted and did not make an Stressed by lines. owners for "laying the lines. Parking is now permitted! on
time had full and complete County, Florida, and direct from time to time. to change their Autry then produced a The commissioners the west side of Church Street
appearance
control of the design and WHEREAS, the people of Duly adopted in regular plat of the in authorized Attorney George heading south. The officials
survey
expenditures for the con- Bradford County feel very meeting this 4th day of March, plea.Wednesday's court calendarwas Forest ServiceCaution question and property no such Pierce and Surveyor Merrill requested that during the
struction of said facilities, and strongly that they, as well as 1974, at Starke, Bradford exceptionally heavy and easement was shown as McMillan to proceed in getting period of remodeling the
WHEREAS, the people of all in the Circuit County, Florida building that parking be
people Eighth was made up mostly of with outdoor fires is claimed by the line crew. the required property
Bradford County approved the not residing in Alachua violations for unlawful speed. "I simply cannot visualizethe descriptions so that the permitted on the east side of
the Florida
revision of Article V of the County, are entitled to and Ralph P. Bryan, Chairman This is attributed to the fact Service urged by with Bradford Forest city installing a power line easements could be drawn Church Street heading north.
Constitution of the State of deserve the same con- Gilbert Brown,ClerkA that the lower speed limit of 55 a fire, danger alert Countyon due to without first securing an and executed. Police Chief Jimmy Bowen is
Florida in 1972 whereby sideration granted the people miles per hour imposed as a extreme dryness and brisk easement Mayor- Representatives from the to work with the officials in
numerous duties of the then residing in the Fifth and Bradford County Grand result of the gasoline shortageis winds now Commissioner Neil Tucker Public Service Commission providing better parking
County Judge's Court were Seventh Circuits,and Alachua Jury was convened Thursday, being ignored by quite a prevailing. said. paid an un-official visit to the facilities during the construction
transferred to the Circuit County, March 7, to hear evidence and number of violators, resultingin commissioners and said that period.
Court such as juvenile and NOW, THEREFORE BE IT witnesses in two recent their apprehension for During the week, March 4- they were interested in the
probate matters, and RESOLVED BY THE BOARDOF Bradford County pistol unlawful speed.In 11, the Forest Service Baylissllame now vacant position of gas
WHEREAS, the revision of COUNTY COM- killings without the services ofa non-Jury trials handled reported 15 woods fires in superintendent. Annual in Old
lampsWoodstock
Article V now requires, more MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD circuit judge. Assistant Wednesday, the following Bradford County with a totalof spections of the gas in-
than ever, the immediate COUNTY, FLORIDA, State Attorney Ken Hebert, in sentences or fines were 80 acres burned. Of these, 11 Fire completely destroyedthe stallation facility are requiredto Shades
accessibility of a Circuit this day duly assembled, that: offering an explanation to the handed down by Judge San- were incindiary, two were home of Dorsey Davis on be made by the PSC and is
Judge to the people of Baker, 1. This Board, as the grand jury said: "The Circuit ders: caused by railroads, and two Bayless Highway early being held up pending the Lamp PartsRntique
Bradford and Union Counties, governing body of Bradford Judges are so busy in Kling Smith Griffis was were due to carelessness. Sunday morning at 4:25: a.m. appointment or the employment
andWHEREAS County, Florida, enter its Gainesville nobody is presentin fined a total of $187 on three There was no measurable It is believed to have started of a gas superin
the respon- strongest and continuing Bradford County to assist violations: no valid driver's rainfall during the week. from an electrical failure, tendent.
sibilities of the Circuit Court objection to the closing of the you from the judiciary. Should license, $36; improper changeof while the family was out Charles Whatley, pastor of
continue to increase as a office of the Circuit Judge in you return a no true-bill, the lane or course, $51, and So far this year Bradford visiting, according to Brad- the Assembly of God Church, i I j
result of rules promulgated by the Bradford County Court clerk has informed me that leaving the scene of an accident County has received more ford Chief Harry Green. located at the intersection of I
the Supreme Court of Florida House at Starke, Florida. the court order is to be sealed $100.Harold than six inches less rain than "The Bradford firemen had SR-16 and Weldon Street,
and Article V, requiring early 2. That this Board, as the and be presented on Monday." Albert Byers, the 50 year average. Nor- arrived at the fire ten minutes requested the commissionershelp IWTSParade
appearance in all criminaland governing body of Bradford "Should one of the two cases careless driving, $46, Anothercase mally, the county averages 10 after the call. The fire had in improving the
juvenile matters, and County speaking for the be dismissed and the defendant against Byers for no inches of rain in January and been blazing about an hour drainage of the church
WHEREAS, the various people of Bradford County and is in jail, he will probably valid driver's license was February,but this year's total and a half before we were property. Whatley said that

agencies of State Government surrounding areas, enter its remain in jail until Monday, dismissed. up to date is only 3.5 inches. called in, and using 4,500 .--------.........-.......... .....
acting as arms of the Court strongest and continuing because there is no judge hereto James E. Muff, for unlawful gallons of water," stated
such as the Division of Youth objection to the appointment receive the indictment that speed, $46; Rufus Virgil Green. A 1973 Oldsmobile was
Services, Child Protective of any qualified attorney .who you return." Bradley unlawful speed, $36; The dangerously dry con- also burned with the house.
Services of the Division of is not now, or who does not "We have five Circuit Carl Risner, violation of right- dition has caused an unusual
Family Services, and the plan to be, a resident of Judges for the six counties in of-way, $36.Richard number of forest fires, with

.- . .esoeoeeooo. ',' .ego aaaaaaa a this circuit. They all sit at George Warnick, 104 reported by the Forest Guilty Plea To
aaaaaaaaOf
Gainesville. I don't know their Jr. on a DWI charge was Service since January 1, t
work schedule; I'm sure it's adjudged guilty, fined $250, burning a total of 652 acres. Welfare Fraud
busy, so is yours and so is placed on probation for one
[f cf mine. Apparently theirs is so year and is required to attend
The public is warned to be
busy that they will not have the DWI school. Nets 2-Year
cautious of starting fires of
time to attend to you in this
county today. There was a Severlano Pena was ad- any kind, and to be sure to
Rf'I'iI" resolution in the paper from judged guilty on a DWI chargeand notify the Forest Service, ProbationaryTerm
the Bradford County Com- sentenced to forty days in phone 964-5436. before doing
l1tTRUSTEE mission complaining of that the county jail. any burning.
situation. I don't blame the Malacht Smith, no validdriver's
residents of this county for license, $51. Smith
being concerned about was also fined court costs in Four-day outlook starting Cecil Tyler in addition to
moving the Circuit Judge the amount of $15 for improper Friday, March 15: Warmer pleading guilty to the chargeof To
from here to Gainesville. You tag on his vehicle. Friday and Saturday; cooler welfare fraud will also be
have had a Circuit Judge here Lee J. Boree and Horace J. Sunday and Monday. Rather required to make restitutionto St. Patrick'sSale
DISTRICT ONE for some 45 years. Sellers were fined$26 each for high winds throughout the state at the rate of $20
"It is apparently the plan of nj valid driver's license. weekend. No rain forecast. per month during his two yea
a the Chief Judge of this Circuit Bunnie Venta BrouRhton, High fire danger. probationary term.
and the other Judges that Rt: Starke? Pet Center
whoever takes the position of

CLAY ELECTRIC Judge Patten will sit in 23 BHS Science StudentsTo
Gainesville, so I don't see any
relief from the problem. Think. Green
CO-OP, INC.AT "1 make this by way of

KEYSTONE HGTS FLA. the explanation things I, though said may some seem of Compete In Region Fair Aquatic Plants .

THURS. MAR. 28,1974 contentious. Certainly you An Acha Charis 2 For 29
deserve an explanation as Twenty-three Bradford "Are Plants a Replica of Punclulata; Danette Rodrigue
9.00 A.M. 7.00 P.M. members of the grand jury of High students received top People?;"Karen Howe- "Will Can the Hyl? Cinerea Adapt All

Ray Urges All His Many Friends In Bradford County to know why honors at the local science fair Petunia Plants Grow Better Itself to Changes in the En-
you are here by order of the two weeks ago and will travelto with Distilled or Tap vironment; Jennifer Jockel Other Green Aquarium Plants
Court and, yet, there is no Lake City Community Water?;" Lee Casey The Chromotography of the
Bradford County To Search Their court here when you appear." College March 21-22 to par- Chromatography; James Polyenes From Higher 10% Off
Following Hebert's explanation ticipate in the Regional Starling-How Heat,Time and Plants; Randy Chitty What
to the Grand Jury a Science Fair. Temperature Affect Film; Effect Does Noise Have
Minds And Vote For The Man Of on c H
message was sent to John Samons What AbilitiesLie Plants?; Chuck Hutcheson Small Green Cactus Reg 99' Ei 9
Gainesville and Judge John A. Under The Pyramid; Jay Comparison of an Eutrophicand
Their Choice. H. Murphee was sent over These 23 winners, 14 in the Godwin Making a Othophic Lake, and
from Gainesville to receivethe junior division and nine in the Barometer; Darla Christoffer Teresa Devore Does A Other House Plants On Special

SINCE THE VOTE IN MIDDLEBURG findings of the Grand Jury senior' division, were How Does Noise Pollution Hamster Have the Ability to
Thursday afternoon.Representative. narrowed down from 60 Affect the Growth of Plants?; Reason and Discriminate?.
ENDED IN A TIE THE NAMES students that took in the Red Tail Black i
WILL Frank part Anthony Frankline The Last year only two students .... I
Williams has pre-filed two Bradford Science Fair at the Relationships of Producersand went to from the MolIier
Region junior
APPEAR .tt
ON
THE BALLOT IN bills, the first of which calls National Guard Armory. The Consumers; Karen division while 18 went from Marigold Varitus ..
ALPHABETICAL ORDER. for a resident circuit judge to junior division is ninth Powell Judgement and the senior division. This year .
be located in Bradford graders and the senior Abstract Reasoning in the the table is turned and 14 are Brick
County, and the second bill division consists of 10, 11, and Elementary Child. representing the juniors and Swords
Buy 1
calls for at least two of the 12th graders. Senior Division members nine for the seniors.

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT Circuit Judges to reside Four main counties will going to Regional are: Scott Instructor Jerry McGriff, Paradise Reg. Price
outside of Alachua County.In Tinsler Muscle Contraction; head of Bradford High'sScience
addition to the two bills make up the Regional Science Benita Franklin The Mitotic is Zebras
WILL BE GREATLY filed March 11 by Rep. Fair although nine countiesare Development and Embryonix assistant Department director for, the Get One
Williams, he has written a members of the region Induction of the rbacia Regional. Black Redtails Varitus
letter to Governor Reubin and are not participating Free

APPRECIATED Askew requesting a very fully. The four counties are DOOoQ.OO"'O' 'C>Ca...0 Q.>Q".a.". -....-- Blood Fins
strong consideration for Bradford, Columbia, Union - 4iIIL ... "
Bradford County when the and Hamilton. The top 20 of ,.. '
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this fair will go to state The Pack.Rat "
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FloridaInciIanSales Three of the winners from '

Mini Enduro Street & CompetitionBikes made Bradford it to going state contest to region last Grand Opening J Dog Corner
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projects, ninth grader Beth % cI'
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In Stock Now Balance Between Plants and
Animals Needed to Maintain Everything In Good Quality
Life?" in the junior division
and Steve Hall with "The U..d Mvrchandl.iv Flea Collar $15000For

KW Weight Correlation,"; and of Allergies Diane Nelson and Cat Or Dog AKCChinese

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St. Marks Inmate Gets 5 YearsInHnmanTorchCase

KALENDAR for week Obituaries


Sunday HOLY Q.oa.<><><><> "O<>"O
t
EUCHARIST 8:30: a.m.;
Church School 9:45: a.m.; Prison inmate Paul Richard liquid turning Trotter into a
Morning Prayer, 11:00: a.m.; Mrs. Whitehead E. M. Brinson Wright was sentenced to five flaming torch.
7 4 Episcopal Young Churchmen r more in prison in the Other inmates came to the
.p r 6:00: p.m. ; : Mrs. Lydia (Aunt Sweet) Edison M. (Pete) Brinsor. years human torch assault upon the assistance of Trotter and
((1 Whitehead 88, of Raiford
) ,
... tj of Cecil Trotter another shoved his flaming body :nto a
{ 64, of 8558 Newton Road, person
Tuesday Brownie TroopNo. rtt died Tuesday, March 5. She is inmate. shower stall and extinguished
Jacksonville, died Thl 'sday, prison
survived by one daughter,
604, 7:30: p.m.Wednesday Circuit Judge Benjamin M. the fire.
C.Q"pcQ'Opportunities March 7, in a Jack, nville
Lee of
Miss Mary Faulkner
STARKE hospital after a brief Iness. Tench Imposed the additionalterm ,Trotter sustained first and
HOLY Raiford.
for Wright, Tuesday second degree burns over 60
He born in .. Fla.
,
was Euge
EUCHARIST, 10:00: a.m. ; Funeral services were heldat negotiatedplea of his body and
and lived in Starke and at March 12, after a percent was
Prayer Group, 10:45: a.m.; 3:30: p.m. Thursday March of aggravated assaultwas hospitalized until February, <:
for Service
: Hugh, near Maxville, before
Covered dish supper, 6:30: 7, at the First Christian accepted by the court. 1974. '
At Grace Evening Prayer 7:30: Church in Lake Butler with moving to Jacksonville. He been chargedwith first 'I
Old Fashion Day Baptist"Old p.m.; Sunday.-Sunday School, Rev. Raymond) Baer of- was a retired naval stores Wright had Wright was imprisonedin I
p.m. assault with Intent to 1966 on a charge of
9:45 Morning at
: ; Worship 11 operator and a retired partnerof
Fashion Day" was fashioned "hell fire and o'clock, Sermon: "Back to ficiating. in the Brinson and Blount Oil commit first degree murder possession of stolen goods,
held at Grace Baptist Churchon brimstone" message but Thursday Girl Scout Bethel"; Youth Handbells, 5 Burial was Sapp Company and was to have Been tried on and \then again in 1970 for !
"it is much- Troop No. 614, 3:30: p.m.; Cemetery under the directionof until the lesser and !
Sunday Feb. 24, with stated that a o'clock; Church Training, Mr. Brinson was a memberof that charge breaking entering.
Archer Funeral Home of
needed for the Inquirer's Class 7:30: p.m.; accepted.The The 5 sentence im- !
prizes awarded the best messaage 6:15: ; Evening Worship at the Baldwin Methodist plea was year
dressed man woman boy, present day." Senior Choir 7:30: p.m. 7:30: sermon: "The Second) Lake Butler. Church BPOE Lodge No. charges against Wright hased Tuesday is in addition to
and girl for the occasion. Following the morning Word from the Cross." 1802, of Starke. and was a arose from an incident that the term he is now serving.
The pastor, Rev. Leon service an old fashion dinner Friday- Junior Choir 3:30: Monday-Girls Ensemble, Joseph PadgettJoseph member of the Board of occurred at the prison in Assistant State Attorney

Odom. preached an old- was held on the grounds. p.m. 6:40: ; Youth A Choir 7 o'clock; Directors of the CommunityState August 1973.Wright Ken Rebert prosecuted the
Youth B Choir, 8 o'clock. Bank of Starke. allegedly doused the case fo\\ the state. Wright was.
::= Tuesday-Junior) Choir (Uncle Joe) Survivors include his wife clothing and bodr.of Trotter represented by Assistant
Padgett, 74, of Brooker died
SonIll'oph'( till say a red onion in the loll Every diplomat must watch 3:30.: March Louise W. Brinson; and a with a Jar full fluid Public i Defender Richard
I h.mil 0"i It'll pocket wards off diM!>.....' his appease and accuse. Wednesday-Acteens, 5 Sunday Gainesville., 3, in daughter Sue Brinson both of then ienited th> inflammatory 'Barker.\\

Quoted by Will luard In Amarillo News o'clock; Family Night Supper Funeral services were heldat Jacksonville; two sons, A. I
o'clock; Hour of) Power and Vernon Brinson of New
.
2 Thursday, March 7,
R. A., 6:30: ; Teachers and in the p.m.chapel of Giddens- Orleans La., and R. A. AREA NEWS
Officers Meeting, 7:15 Griffith Funeral Home (Sonny) Brinson, Jackson HAMPTON
Church Choir, o'clock.. Jacksonville, with Dr. Bob ville; three sisters, Mrs. ,
WELLS ELECTRIC Thursday-Visitation, 9:30 Gray officiating. Intermentwas Charlie E. (Ted) Johns, of Josephine Fontaine'
a.m.; World Friends and in Riverside Memorial Starke; Mrs. Huldah Morgan By >
Music Makers 3:15: ; Pre- Park. Jacksonville; and Mrs. grade are Edna Tucker and
School Music Activities; Josephine David, Baldwin; ClItRCIlEWS:' Stev
Cindy \ son.
!Mission Friends, 4:05: ; and five grandchildren. My husband and I went The boys nd girls workingwith
In the stream of life we sister and brother-
SERVICEElectrical .citation 7 o'clock. Funeral services were held visiting my the Distar Reading
have access to all the life of Saturday morning in Har- in-law at Crescent City over Program ney h Mrs. Arleen
-Ben P.Bryant, Pastor God. We are one with the life dage-Krauss Riverside the weekend. On Sunday we Rich's readng program are
Contractors of God. This life flows in and Funeral Home, with in- all wenttoSt. John the Baptist enjoying thestories! they can
Church and attended a High
terment Saturday afternoon in
through us.OQOOOOOOOOOOt7QD0470G. read. Each week
now they
Mass celebrated by Bishop
the family plot in Crosby Lake take their pipers home and
Paul Tanner of the Saint

| DeWitt C.JonesFuneral f Cemetery. Augustine there to bless Diocese all, who the was new share parents.these!\.Irl.dories( Rich with reports their

iiI& Elsie ThomasFuneral stained glass windows in the that this extra practice in
& church. All were donated and reading is. helping each child'sprogress.
Home of the
paid for by members
services for Mrs. The Education
I I | congregation,and to our great Physical
Elsie C.Thomas,61, were held Class headedlby !Mr. Ezzell
STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL surprise and delight we saw
Feb. 17, at 3 in has started a\\ unit in
L-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL Sunday, p.m. Mr. gym-
RESI DENTIA | one of St.Jude donated by
the Madison Street Baptist Schaub and nastics. Activties to be of-
and Mrs. Wm.
I HOSPITAL 6EDS,WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS Church with Rev. Denton of fered will be forward rolls
DIAL 9646061SERVING I 8c CRUTCHES Sumrall Burial daughter Florence, dive heaistands
| conducting. Bellmore L. I., N. Y., in rolls cart-
was in Kingsley Lake wheels, hand tips pyramid
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS | j of the family of
1949
STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE Cemetery.A memory building and otter novelties.
Schaubs and O'Brien
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 i PHONE 4733176aooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc native of) Clay County) maiden name. my The recreatUn program

Mrs. Thomas died on began with Softball being the .
P.O. BOX 607
in North Florida
February 14
BIRTHDAYS main sport. Over 46 Hampton i
Regional Hospital) Lawrence Bias was 48 years students participated Mon-
Gainesville. She the
was old on !March 6. day. Four teams were
daughter of the late William selected for the first week of
and Charity Tanner Starling.She .
grapefruit league action with
RECREATIONThe. :
member of the
was a
Madison Street Baptist Ceramics class meetson Mike Menu's team going
Church. Thursday at 7 p.m. in the undefeated \ in the
Senior Citizens room. doubleheader Monday af
Surviving is her husband D.
',
The regular meeting of the ternoon.
B. (Dick) Thomas; one son,
Donald J. Thomas of Wild- Senior Citizens will be Friday r f
March 15, at 7:30: p.m.
wood; one) daughter, Diane ,
Thomas, Starke; four sisters,
Mrs. Effie Carter Mrs. Edith SCHOOL :NEWS
Buff and Mrs. Frances Most of the children who
Whitehead all of Starke; Mrs. were sick recently are
Lucille Stoughton, Jacksonville returning to classes this week.

:':: J ...: .:.:.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. ::.::. .: .:.:.:-::-:*:: :. :..:.:.::.;.:.;.:.:.::.:-:: p.v.v- PSiV.WJ.BBffiH : and four grandchildren. Hamptcn Students Elementary transferring duringthe to ei t
:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::;:;::::::::::::::;1; ;; m j; .r
;: ; > ........ :vvvr.::::::::::m::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: past week are Irving
.;V',t : wm .::: : :::::::::::::: ; I'fti::::::::::':':':':':':'.. :: :: VV
::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::":::xx:::: ::::::::'" ;\.'s Carl 01 ThanksWe !. Meres Elementary from to the Starke Kin- ({

';> :: dergarten class. Tammy p61 lie I
I. :: >>;*:;:{:::::: : :::::::::: Gosnell in the third grade. y

and her sister, Teresa in the CQNIeCQ
\wish/ to express our
sincere gratitude for the kind sixth, recently moved back to
&erghilingL from Jacksonville.New .
+ Hampton
I expressions of love and sym- students in the fourth In a confused: and troubled
pathy from our many friends world or crises, slortages
during the recent loss of our violence and turbulence

loved one. Jesus provides He inner
.
peace: that every man
J8 -The family of Mrs. Carol Ann needs to see him through

aul McB ray these dark days. As lie

O says"Come into me all >'e
that Labor and are heavy
laden and I will give you

WHEN YOU SAVE FOR THOSE RECREATIONAL DREAMS J.V. CrosbyIs rest."

Jesus is the work on which
AT GUARANTY FEDERAL! :: PromotedBy every .man cat build his
r life with certainty.

What do you need to really enjoy your spare time A camperNew golf This message of){ hope and

clubs?A boat?How 'bout a motor home or your own airplane?Whatever ? DupontE. .redemption the ministry is proclaimedby of the First

recreational equipment you need, start planning for it today by saving I. DuPont De Nemoursand Baptist Church of Starke.

at Federal and Loan. Co. has announced the Join us in worship Sundayas
regularly Guaranty Savings promotion of Jimmy V. the Pastor speaks on:
Crosby of Starke, to ClericalSupervisor

for its Florida "Back to Bethel" A. M.
At Federal invested in interest mines effective March 1. Genesle35l-7
Guaranty money a high passbook savings Crosby started with the CROSBYooooooo :

account grows fast. earning 5 1/4% compounded daily. At Guaranty Company in 1952 as a warehouseman "The Second Word from
he worked the
; up > the Cross" P.M.
Federal, your money is safe, protected by an agency of the Federal clerical ladder to the position Luke 23:33-43
of Cost Clerk from) which he
Government to 20000.00! As dollars add The of "The Church with a Heart,
up your savings up, you may was promoted. position> ) In the Heart of Starke"
Clerical Supervisor is new at

want to look into savings certificates there are several plans from mm the local operations, having d4 .i.t t Il P Call 964-6562
been established to head
up When Krakatoa fh for free
which to choose. accounting functions at the erupted transportation
1883, the volcanic dust
plants most of which are now .
computerized.In) reddened sunsets all over ten..Bryant Pastor
the world.

Fine hobby and recreational equipment doesn't just happen .' you have promoting Crosby, willlim 0_..,Mln.01 MusiCYOUR

to plan for it'! Start now by saving regularly at Guaranty Federal. e. ; DuPont"many commendable acknowledged accomplishments his-

during long,

Federal dedicated service." WILL MONEY EARN 1 40WHY

Guaranty i
SttamWn. 22*..MMItwtM @ Crosby, 41, graduated from ?
3651W, ..W.. .,....".... Bradford High School in 1950.
m Savings and Loan Associationffo SJ//s.w.a..anl.a4 In 1951 he married Helen
........... Barry. They have two sons: FIRST TWO
t ti'mnMf tavingi Cnl.rf' ..,.-........L..._......... pbuwn. James V., Jr., who is Ad- MORTGAGES PROGRAMS
ministrative Aide to State
Representative Frank PROVIDE AVAILABLE
and Thomas R. who
Williams
::

:?S1 y .- SAVINGS INFORMATION ;::. ,rrr: School.attends Starke Elementary 2.LuAuiirlaa0rn M....-.-l 1 1.1NTU''ONLV-M...tm.M _..... yw. N

J. Start T_Ml.aMrn te ei.nH.ly ImMM mw
.. itlkcwrt MtkntstMat .. Crosby received his training .. f1nI M.sda1Mle1 .I SSI.14-IMVISfMINItITUINIO
,
T" fetal iMalbtt ItItltllitY ;
:::}}r yr; i Vii.rrr In electronic computer ............... MINT. WITH LAST MY-
IM Sa1iIIS ..N -25% 5.35"
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f and operation L O.ra.r.t. .
Nn t CtiUfluti ... N Ills S.JS% 5.S2W 'f''' programming from IBM Corp., Jones .....,rr..NhlWklyN.le RuNIMery. 2.M.wm.e/"Ml*AMOITIZlHO-.a.ooo. .. 60

NraCrttatitNntatfficiti 11.1 till I ITurI'Tet 1.51% 1.123 Business Col ege In c.r. mcntkly p.m.et. ..1II

U5'/, US'/, Jacksonville aM DuPont "15.13.

!In Ca.tllatl 4 Ton I.SIH J.7SV,] I" r instructors. He is an active
deacon and Sunday School NOSliCMAIIG! HOBIDA ISIOIN7SONIY
Director of the First Baptist :*u v iti on COMI IN to* fun DITAits.
Church of Starke, Moderator ----
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WM untafs n Avtl to MAPM lilfv of the New River Baptist *MAIL TMISCOUI ON. I

.. .. Association and Is presently
?' r f' -IlttlsytWlIll ratfaaalt2afltlyd. r; serving on the board of n.A.Rg CORD: I

,..Ntagtli..iglNlMtaftlat lttlr. .. . f% r Florida Baptist Convention,' jACxsofWUt nonoN4O i*04 SANK>>S4.1S4WONE I

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Sweetest Strawberries Ttilt Side Heaven

Tornado 5 Beaten
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Powerful Palatka South State Shot


Blows By BHS Thinclads In Title


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March '''. the" A greatly strengthened side from 18 feet out, then from seven or eight feet out. in the fourth period and tippedin the floor falling offbalancebut
Ocala
"They blew us out'"of the finishing for go to Bradford High basketball penetrated the loosely set BHS Riding the 29-point( scoring another basket, the Tornadoes was unhurt..
park. They're tough! of says the night. White Palatka a South three-way and program was carried all the zone defense for two more effort of Curtis White who hit closed the gap to two Logan got up and calmly put
Howard for
Coach Grover discus Howard describes way to the State Basketball quick baskets inside the key on seven of eight free throws points with 3:21: left in the in the free throw for a (three
Palatka South
track team of his early
Tournament could
in the game, but never
which ran away with a four- termed probably BHS' Jacksonville Colesium beforeit capitalize on a break to take (See Page( t ll II)

way meet Tuesday with Tornado coach. meet of the season. was ended Friday by a ". . > .". ... ............ """" the lead. The score was 5l-52) ,
Bradford High Green Cove Sprinter HH4tie) Larry stolen pass with 43 seconds \ 50-54, 52.54, 54-56 with North BUS LiftersGo
Springs, and St Augustine. won Bradford's 16.9. left in the semi-final i Shorealways in the leadas the
game
Bradford thinclads ran a first place by Dash- 4)) Tim Crews with West Palm Beach North iI seconds ticked away.
distant, second to Palatka quarter mile. Shore High. At 54 seconds Elva Hamp-- 42-21
South's 1551.2 points with 53 I- faster Howard Relay.) BHS 1:45.4: North Shore guard VarickLogan I I ton playing despite a weeklong -
2. Green Cove had 36 points "A surprise, ( Barber, Tony intercepted Alvaughn bout with the flu, lofted a
and St. Augustine trailed with Coach Howard P.. J. Jenkins, Golden's pass to a Tornado long shot from the right By Citrus
23. place 19-5 ) wingman and raced down corner that would have tied
"Palatka will definitely formance Dash1)) George Bradford High"eight lifters
court for a lucky lay-up, which.he the game. "It was right on the
place high in the state I'us Rudolph Lennon.Coach 53.4. made with Golden on his money," as Coach Mike evened their record to 2-2 witha
year," Coach Howard states Inter. Hurdles- 1)) back ball 42-21 victory over Citrus at
to ice a 61-56 West Palm Sexton put it, but the
South's over-all with Sherman 3)) home last :Monday(
noting pleased 41.9 Beach North Shore victory A rimmed out. On the play
strength, much of which can formances of 45.7. fighting Tornado five was v Curtis White fouled [North; Bradford took five first
be attributed to the squad's Saturday at the Run2)) Paul Par Nelson places in the seven weight
making a determined effort to Shore's 6.7 Gerard on
great depth. vitational, but : win when the quick steal withso the rebound. Nelson hit both classes to control the whole
Curtis White amazed the performed ) BHS 2:14.0: (Tony meet
little time left iced the win ends of the one-and-one
Bradford coach when he Palatka. The Dwight Barber, for North Shore. charity chance and North; BUS placers listed with
tossed the discus 142 feet towin Park Robert Brown), classes
Orange Down nine seconds weight are:
III'U""U"y points, 24-33, at Shore led 58-54 with 52
that event, the first timehe four-way meet Run5)) Kirk the half, the Tornadoes closed remaining.At 123) pound class-lst. Kevin
had thrown in a meet since Cove and St 11:05.: the BHS the :Meng: 3rd. John Kilby.
gap on a classy Mustang I that point got
II
2)) BHS 3:43.5: I .. and 132: pound class- 1st. :Mike
five as the fourth period ball four points down
( Joe Gordon, Robert Crews :3rd. Bill Stone.
opened and went ahead patiently was angling for a ;
BHS Nine Shut Sherman.) Golden HII!) pound class. 1st. David
briefly, 43-43, on Curtis good shot. Alvaughn
-3) Curtis White 43- White's two free throws. passed toward the wingmanand Harper; 2nd. Stuart
I Varick Logan then hit three Varick Logan picked the Strickland.
1)) Curtis White 142- straight baskets, as North ball off and raced down court. 163 pound class-1st, Tommy
After 2 One i ) Hayes 117-0. Shore beat BHS down the Golden gave chase caught up Reddish: 3rd Joe La/enby,
Jump3)) Rudolph 181 pound class- 1st, Marlon
court several times in a row, with the dribbling Logan
One hit in both games, fatter lor Live to regain a 50-45 lead with 5:19: went I up behind Logan on the Thornton.
Bradford baseballers were out three batters Vault-. 4)) Jimmy left in the game. Logan hit lay-up and got a good lick in. HH) pound class2nd. Danny
shut out 4-0 by Live Oak last three more. first on a jumper from the left But the ball went in and Anderson.
Friday then 3-0 by St. the losing Golden was called on an obvious Heavy Weight- 1st Donnie
Augustine Tuesday afternoon throwing a five foul. Logan landed on :Noel: 2nd Tom Edwards.

downing their record to 1.3 so three strike L TwoEd .
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tar this season. walks also. ose ,- - ----

"Our defense overall looks "He pitched a 1'ia ? ,
good and I'm pleased with it. our hitters did .
I
High golfers lost Watts was the low scorer 7
But our hitting has been" really up.O's over the week, for Bradford in the Macclenny r r
to Stan ..... '
disappointing us. says
last match with under
Friday a one 35.
par
(Head Baseball Coach Harry Tom Solomon I II
Hatcher. drive in two runs to Orange Park David Gaines shot a 42. Matt
both at the Herres at 45. Bobbv Patersona II
Terry Mixon pitched the ace (See Page ) and Country rinh -r #
43 and Jeffrey McRae a 44. I
McRae is the only senior on t

.. the team.
\ iL Randy Adams was the low -,
scorer Macclenny! with a 'I rr
-. -- one over par 37. I I
; = : : Watts also led in the Orange
?:T : Park match with a par 36. {
.... > -:;;;: ':. Bobby Paterson was next witha 2tiL

ae 41 while Herres shot a 42. .
$. > Lt ,
Gaines shot a seven over par
t

I 43.Dave Oglesby and Bill
Calais were the low scorers I
\h ',
each with 37.Bradford iy-io: pouol 1 "rv It"P"I' &
golfers will travelto rcvcTM- U IIi, piiipi>. .in.u i 1111111"" ;Ciii;; \ pcr

iRRt It the Greater Jacksonville solves' mm.ird ?in pr.>bh>mv Fie< .knll'I1'
.t Open to have a look
Thursday .11'.11"11 onoiir own l.nvnSERVICE
at the pros. Friday they travelto
I //A LJ.rK. Palatka to meet with fKAPPERt
Palatka South.Orange. Alvaughn Golden flies high on a fast break basket against ,
North Shore in the state ,. .
B L tournament. \ I I' \ -
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1M Par]C Bombs BHS Tennis Team I & SALES


The first year boys tennis of 43 games during the team tend to eight Joe's Saw Shop
t.. team did not fare well againstan match Saturday. game pro-sets
rather than the normal two-
experienced Orange Park The boys record for the year out-of-three six I
squad, winning only one of 7 now stands at 35. Their because of the short game sets 224 E WASHINGTON ST I
Ore You Tired Of matches in the Saturday duel. female counterparts have factor. time i

; a The result winning of a tie-breaker match came won as including thus far compiled wins a 6-2 of record two l___,_164. -7580_Starke____

by the doubles team of Bruce Jacksonville schools in the 4-A .
Patching The Oli! Tucker and Chuck Hutchinson division.
The girsl did not play
After pla>mga tie, 11 games Saturday but will return to the
each, and with darkness courts Friday along with the s
Shack. coming on the coaches boys when they travel to St. tt
decided to determine a winner Augustine.The .
individual matches in
Mud In The Cracks- Alternating servers after Saturday's meet were
Paint
Does It Need every two points the contest Johnny Hobbs 6-8.: Mike
goes to the first team which McRae, 0-8; Bruce Tucker 9-
How About A Few Windows? wins five points. 11; Chuck Hutchinson, 6-8; CHECK MR. BUSH'S RACK FULL OF
Tucker and Hutchinson took Randy Crews, 68.
home the only win with a close In doubles the McRae- Rods & Reels In Front
5-4 topple of the Orange Park Hobbs team went down 08.
WELL.Forgetii.: twosome. Howard said she was

Coach Melba Howard said disappointed in McRae's play Of His New Store
she was pleased with Tucker's Saturday but added that he is
play in the singles and "going to be good."
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I Union Baseballers Win One, Lose OneBill 4 I'('''1 Ft f Dixie Youth

Baseball SetThe
Cain's two hitter gained center field and made a home Hamilton, Whitehead, Ross Union's leading hitter was + : cc
d+
Union baseballers a 3-2 win run on errors to score the and Fred Clemons each got Dwight Griffis hitting two out ,.; 146. '
Recreation
[ over Chiefland Tuesday, winning run. one of two hits for the game. of four times at bat. e 4 'lsl Depart.ment's
coming after an 8-4 loss to Terry Hamilton singled in Joe Brannon hit one of three. Whitehead and Ross each hit r Dixie Youth Baseball

i Bolles of Jacksonville the first inning then on a bad Bolles and Union scored one of three. :; .:',: r'k;:\ k : : I ilI begin Program ages 10-11-12.sessions will

Saturday.Cain throw to first base made it to heavr.In the first period each Friday Union will go to ; ; ,\; ;;' Monday,practice March 18, at Pratt
pitched 14 strike outs third three Then at
then on a bad throw to runs. Williston at 4:30 then plays Street
from 4 6
while walking only two in the third made it home for the Bolles scored two runs in the home Saturday at 2 p.m. Playground, -

Chiefland game.Chiefland first score of the game. Both second, one in the fourth and against West Nassau, and p.m.The boys will
was tied with teams were scoreless in the two in the fifth. Union scoredits play at home against I practice
Monday Friday during the
Union 2-2 in the fourth Inning second and third Innings.In last run in the sixth inning Newberry Tuesday starting at
,. w first week, but then will be
in the fifth
them Johnny Ross
and Bolles 84. ,
the top of the fourth In- won 7:30: p.m.
hit a ball deep into the left /.,. ',i'.' divided into groups to practiceon
ning Chiefland ,
took the lead. ,'::" 1s certain days.
,,: :" I,. There will also be a meeting
Tornado k
i Runners 8th In PalatkaBradford 5 Beaten....... ," : of interested mothers Mon

',"'" day, March 18, right after

High runners 7. (From Page 10) practice at Club to organizea
finished eighth with 20 1-2 120-Yd. high hurdles6)) Mother's to help with

points in the annual Palatka Jimmy Cauley 17.3. point conversion .that put said. ,. our program.
Invitational last Saturday, Two mile relay- BHS 9:01: North Shore up 61-54 with 32 Bradford also committed 25 r Registration for the
according to Coach Grover (Larry Paterson, Ricky Solze seconds remaining. floor mistakes, more than in program is still open and
Howard. Kirk Hunsinger Paul Par- BHS got one more point any game this season. "I know ',!if; 'I forms may be obtained eitherat
High point of the meet for sons). when Calvin Nicholson fouled we're better ball handlers," : Pratt Street Center or the

BHS was Larry Sherman's 440-yard dash- 4)) George Donnie Sewell as the Tornado the coach said. ..-. Recreation Department Office -
41.0 winning time in the 330- Bennett 53.0. Coach Howard center tried to shoot. Sewell Sexton also said he feels the ? ,____ .
yard intermediate hurdles. touts Bennett as a good missed the first of two shots, huge colesium also had an
The time is "one of the best in prospect who's run better thana made the second, and BHS effect on his players. It took 1
the state, maybe the best," 53-flat, good for a first year was down S5-61 with 32 BUS a while to get loosened Registration Open
says Coach Howard. track man. seconds of playing time left '
Pole The BHS defense was up.North Shore not f :i "
Next best BHS performancecame Vault- 6-tie) Jimmy was 5 ; For Junior Boys
from the Tornado mile Cauley 10-0. pressuring well at the end of shortchanged by the Tornado '? .,4
relay team which took third the game, and the Tornadoesgot coach.The Mustangs of Coach Baseball
place in 3:32.7.: Team mem- the ball twice, with 24 Floyd Andrews exhibited an Program
seconds left when the excellent zone defense which 1"
bers were George Bennett, 301 is
Robert Brown, Pete Puckett, Mustangs threw the ball out of the Tornadoes found difficultto Registration the Recreation underwayfor Depart-
and Larry Sherman. bounds, and at nine seconds penetrate. The Mustang {1 ment's Junior Baseball
Other BUS places were: when North Shore's Conrad defense didn't sag to one side Boys
Shot put- 6)) Curtis White 44-\ DRIVE-IN Jones walked with the ball. a situation in which BHS had I Program Forms ages be 13 obtained- 15. at
But time simply ran out. been getting Able Williams i may
the Recreation
Logan fouled Hampton as open for his jumper. The Department
..
: l
nr office. Monday through
the Tornado was shooting with Mustang defense was North
FLORIDATHEATRE FRI. SAT. one second left. The Trrnado Shore's strong point Sexton Friday.
Practice sessions will
point man hit the first charity says. begin
/ March
at
shot, but missed the second. Coach Andrews also pointedout Tuesday. 26.
/ I The game ended North Shore that North Shore got better Westside Park 4 6 p.m.

61, Bradford High 56, and the outside shooting then he had Participants must he
Mustangs were in the finals of expected.The registered. before beginning
the Class AAA state basket taller Mustangs, with 6- practice.It
FRI. SAT. SUN.OO..DELoIL1. ball tournament against 7 Gerard Nelson, 6-5 Calvin t 4 is hoped that there will be
Bartow who had come from Nicholson, and behind to edge favored Strayer in their front line, 1 There are no participationfees
Tallahassee Rickards 54-53 found their equal in rebounding but the boy must furnish
GOLty earlier Friday. Rickards led Statistics kept by both '. : his own glove.

all the way and was up by teams showed the teams had "
!'k ]
WHAT seven points as the fourth 35 rebounds each. '.' i-r ; I
period began. But a tight Donnie Sewell led Bradford < ..., ; .( Girls! Softball
; -
1AOVlE press by a Bartow team with under the boards with 12 = : ,

the reputation of never givingup rebounds, Abie Williams had 4 k Si ii-U |> SlatedThe
pulled off an upset. nine and Curtis White 8. Tall 6- i
I I The Class AAA Title went to 7 Nelson led North Shore with Recreation Departmentwill
; \ North Shore on an easy 64-54 14 rebounds to lead the gamein ap begin registering girls 6th

f win Saturday night over that department.Curtis grade through age I.; for itsGirls'
Bartow. Conrad Jones, the White led all scorers Softball League
iS. senior captain, led the with 20 points, six field goals Curtis White was named to the stair Class AAA all-tournament team for his performance beginning Monday March I8.
Mustangs to the state title and eight free throws. White against West Palm lieach North Shore High, the state champion team. Bus lost Kl--.B to North at the Recreation Deportment
Shore in the preliminaries but White scored 20 for the night, and had H rebounds.
with a 23 point performance as shot 75 percent from the field, points high Olfice in the Old Armory
North Shore controllld both hitting on six of eight shots. While,number 21 above, leaps high to put ball up. Practice sessions w ill begin

boards and led all the way.It Abie Williams had 12 points, a Monday. March 25. If there!
was the Tornadoes from 6-for-13 effort from the field, Tournament are any interested parentsthat
Bradford High who gave and Alvaughn Golden had 12 Bass Saturday r would like to help in this
.PO: -' North Shore the best game of points, a 4-for-ll effort from ._ .. program please contact the
MALT DISNEY .-..PA'CAROL aos/F HOIOTIK the Class AAA play-offs. Had the field. Donnie Sewell lellrawrord boated a 5 the -St. Johns River at Recreation DepartmentPhone
I'ROUICTIO\S'; An.w JAMISON FILM COMPANY Bradford High gotten past pumped in 11 points, was five- pound 11 ounce trophy to win Palatka. Fishing hours are 9646792.
a CROWN INIfRNA11ONAC\ PICTURE North Shore, the Tornadoes for-five from the field and had the February Tournament of from 8 a.m until 7 D.m.
tLO NEW CARTOON FEATUPERobin (the Bradford Bass Masters
1 would have had an excellent one free throw.
Plus shot at the state cham- North Shore senior captain Lakes.held on Lochloosa and Orange Each member will bring a Adult Softball

pionship. Conrad Jones had 18 points to guest, a prospective
"The Clones" "I'm really proud of these lead his, team a 9-for-20 weather cold and Bassmaster member. Each Entry headlineSet
boys, all of them" said Coach performance from the field. The was :
member will fish with his
fishing was tough, and "the For.Murrli2A: .
Mike Sexton after the loss. "It Curtis Brooks had 14 points /
guest. The boat with the most
SUN. MON. didn't ,
was a good team effort," and Varick Logan nine. Crawford Hawgs cooperate pounds of fish will bring home Dl'adlinl'or! l'nlerinJteams:
: JIG d Sexton said, pointing out the The win left North Shore 25- time was from reported.8 a.m.Fishing until 7 the bacon. ,((( ; Iii ", in the !Men and Women's

...IT HAD TO BE TOLD Tornadoes never gave up, 3 for the season. p.m. Most of the bass masters Softball Leagues has been set
were in the game until the BHS ended its season 23-4 a "The out that lor Thursday March 28.
SOONER OR LATER... fished all day, but some came rumor is
final seconds, and had four notch better than the 1965 BUS will
Julian McRae wants to There bee thai
buy meeting
\ WE'RE TELLING IT out at 1 p.m.
.
players in double figures. team which posted a 22-5 "
some Black Bass Crawford night which time entry lee.smust
NOW! ., Analyzing the game record. Not since: 1949 had a "We certainly had a great says. "My adivce to him is to : be turned in.LILliL .
Saturday morning, Sexton BUS basketball team gone to turnout for this tournament, see Jeff McRue. Jeff will
pointed to several places the state tornament. That 11)0( ( percent. I hope this attitude probably be obliged to give
where his team could have team beat Lake City in the "
continues Julian fish.
Crawford some LLLLI'tsr:
J f' 1 capitalized and won the game. regional and lost to Daytona states. Jheskunkand ; ;
BHS made 14 of 21 free Seabreeze in the first game of

I IA1 throws, not bad, but Sexton the state tournament.In Don Brown is sporting a new : CiU; tip:

'N d said several misses on one- a post-game talk to his The March tournament is bass boat, a "Hydra Sport" the foseevcryine -
and-one situations could have players Coach Sexton pointedout set this Saturday, March 16, at with a new Mercury 83. "Look PRESENTSL'LL'L'LLLt
turned the game around. Georgia Boy's Fish out hawgs Crawford warns.FtarffetfM .
1a ; The Tornadoes were also that the Tornadoes had to Camo on . . knews
have shot at the "to ( L L
one region !
slow several times getting set
( Lt G oen find out what it was all rt-M-M' have different effects upon
( up under the defensive basket, "
which allowed Logan,who had about. It may be the same DAY CARE the nose But do you realize V1HULL( (
with the state tournament he
just nine points for the night, ,
1 to work inside for easy added. CENTER how much more than FOR THE FIRST TIME
1Q Coach Sexton also
A4 baskets inside the key."There's that pointed the 1 the eyes is needed to COUNTRY MUSIC S BES1
no doubt he hurt us," out Saturday morning FROM ARM BABIES JjsJv I
the coach said adding that the two BHS I basketball: teams, PiP the best carpet BUYS?
varsity and junior varsity, TO SCHOOL AGE3&B&} 6 Nights a Week
IN COLOR BITS defense is supposed to ] j
posted a combined 38-8 record t Featuring Guest Artist:
off to the knowabout "
cut
a man getting
this both four CONSTANT CARE- 2 BALANCED SNACKS gO" t
season, losing
you
middle area of the court wot we" Linda Ameison
where he has room to make !cames. NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. I i C.t tell rout
STARRING toel
his moves. North Shore had Score By Quarters: ca't wait" Fri and Sat.KgM
CAROL plenty of good moves. BHS 14 10 19 13-56 REASONABLE RATES i I Only. S.00 Cover Chora?

OFEP THROAT Sexton was also displeasedwith NS 19 14 11 17-61 WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE ] | From 9 PM-Z AM
CONNORSPlus the Bradford High BUS: White 6-8-20, Williams
TEC111ICOLORmRIItlJb C3 defensive game in the first THEIR PROBLEMS ] | (:rlollek
6-0-12, Golden 5-2-12, Sewell 5- \
,aUINA VISTA DISTRIBUTION' CO I INC half.but the defense came (( at
Bobby'sHideaway
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(D1973) Wall Ounty'
"The Wind Splitter" around in the second half and 1-1. Totals 221256. Greater Bethlehem FreeWill 1: ... r &'ar1Jel
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Rationing *
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the fifth. Live Oak got two

Memories { BHS more errors.in the seventh on two WRNTEDYour Are Now Being AcceptedFor


Of Russia Tommy Reddish got the Position Of
only Tornado hits of the week.

LO is now 1-2 overall so far

this season. Attention BUILDING INSPECTOR

MAR 22. 8:00: P.M. Billllartley was the winning

pitcher for St. Augustine with
CHRISTIAN'' his one hitter. He struck out Alan Banter Bradford County
FIRST eight batters and walked four.
Senior BHS team Captain
Charlie Green was the losing PaintingContractor;
CHURCH pitcher but this does not Indicate Must Have KnowledgeOf

his according -
performance
507 W. CALL ST. to Hatcher. All Building Codes And


MRS. KATHARYN IWANOWSKI St.Augustine scored its first Wants Administrative Procedures
run in the fifth inning then

AND RATIONING MEMORIES OF RUSSIA will be the topical scored two in the seventh to Applications Must Be
SHORTAGES control the last half of the
March 22, 6:00 P. M. .1 The First
Iwanowski' speech on Your BusinessFree '-
Mrs. Katharyn game.
Christian Church, 507 Welt Call Street. SUrk. Mr. Iwanowskllpent half of Submitted By Monday,
to and Is now an Am.rlcaneitiiLn
but managed escape
under Communism BHS Is allowing only 2.3
: Sh riea with heritage of Freedom under God, but she now earned runs per game and March 18 4:30: P.M.At .

."tb nVd."rovt
fortunate to have such a dedicated Christian and proud American to tell us very good. ".Thlsls what I was The Office Of Bradford i;
Advance tickets can be obtained' from Mr. concerned
.bout the REALITY of Communism about at the
Sherrod Hamilton or Fred Johnson In Starke, Mr. Hulon Herndon In Lawt.y beginning of the season" Guaranteed Work-Call 964-5236 County Zoning Board New <
,
Mr. Paul Meng In Hampton,and Mr. Don Champion or Mr. Tom M.re.r.au In "Far S vrvic* You Can TrtmtRt :

Keystone Heights. [ BUS host Bolles Saturday, Raaaanabla. Prices Courthouse Starke, Fla.,

then starts a six game road
{
'i trip.

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12 TELEGRAPH March H, 1971






I Missing Returns, Stolen Minutes P.. Count Notebook Agents'



Fouled Up County Seat Vote In 75 b

tii L By


Hard-to-read handwritten This is the way the old 4th District, Starke: Ervin returns of the special election'
BobbyTaylor
minutes in an old record bookin minute book tells the story: Johns, W. T. Dryden, Joseph for the location of the county '
the County Clerk's office Truluck. site of said county. __ '

tell the story of the first in a Ordered December by the Term court, that 1874 the- 5th District, Reddings: On motion by Joseph Cone _

series of "county site" of 316 registered Adam Tison, D. L. Alvarez, W. and concurred in by the
elections that saw the seat of petition R. Whitehead.6th Board, it was ordered by the
Bradford County government citizens of Bradford County Court that the Clerk hereof be L ;
praying for a change of the kHih iiAHHrt Field activity has picked up
moved back and forth bet. District, Palestine: sworn and required to state
ween Lake Butler and Starke location of the county site James Bryant, David the manner in which the to a fast pace. Vegetable crops
three or four times before the being duly considered and Roberts, Alex M. Starling. several returns had been and gardens, field crops, and
argument was finally settled. received, an election is hereby delivered to him from the pastures are being planted.
ordered to be holden at the 7th District, Cross Roads different Precincts, and the Dry conditions are prevailing
Old New River County was several precincts of said Precinct' : L. A. Wynn, Wily said clerk having made said throughout our area and most
divided by legislative act in county on the 18th day of Jones, B. Haynes.8th statement, the Cone PrecinctNo. crops will not begin to grow
1861 forming Baker Countyout January ((1875)) and that the 3 was objected to. until we get some rain.
of the northern half and clerk hereof is hereby District, No. 11 School
Bradford out of the southern required to publish notice of House Precinct: W. J. M. Ordered by the Court, on The fertilizer shortage and
portion. Bradford at that time said election at the said Griner, H. Alderman, M. W. motion of I. J. Hatch, that the 1, r x+Q 9.' e scarcity of some of our
1)'d) ,
Jr like 10-10-10(
also included the area west of several precincts as in the Brown. Board do now proceed and common analyses
New River, which is now other cases provided by law. canvass all such returns as have prompted many calls
Union Ordered by the Court that and questions in recent weeks.
County.
been
have received
each ballot shall be written: as Producers are taking a closer
Dec. 21, 1874 (special For County Site and the name required by law, rejectingsuch look at the nutrients they need
Since Lake Butler had been meetingOrdered) by the of the place specified below. as have not been so and are applying only enoughto
the county seat of New River Court that the following delivered. give them optimum

County, it remained the persons are hereby appointed (Signed by Com- Ordered that the business of production. Rather than
"capital" of Bradford at the inspectors of an election to be missioners-. M. Andrews, this day being unfinished the thinking about applying 500
time it was created. But held on the 18th day of chairman; Isaac J. Hutch, Court do now adjourn to meet points of 10-10-10, Farmers are
Starke was a growing com January next at the several William Andrews, Hy Brown, again on Monday, the 25th thinking in terms of applyingso
munity following con- precincts of said county for Joseph Cone. B. E. Tucker, Inst. many pounds of nitrogen,
struction of the railroad the location of the county site Clerk. so many pounds of

through here in 1859. The town to wit: BALLOTS CANVASSEDJan. Call Term, Jan. 25, 1875- phosphorous, and so many
was feeling its importanceand Ordered that there being some pounds of potash, in relation to
citizens of this area 1st District, Lake Butler: M. 23, 1875Called Term. points of law about which this what is already in the soil, and
thought Starke should be the L. McKinney, James Alison, Bradford County Com- Board are in doubts, that the depending on the needs of the
county seat rather than Lake and J, B. Cason. missioners Court met this Chairman and Clerk of this crop for a particular

Butler. Accordingly, they Saturday, the 23rd of JanuaryA. Court be appointed to apply to production level. This will
petitioned the County Com 2nd District, Cones D. 1875 pursuant to ad- the Judge of the Circuit Courtin Relics Of The Past RemainOn result in a savings in cost and
mission to call an election to Precinct: Thomas Godwin, A. journment. The object of the and for this Circuit for his conservation of fertilizer.Our .
settle the matter. D. Cone J. D. Johns. meeting being to canvass the opinion thereon.

Old Rosier Farm Near Laivtey Bradford County Fair is
Call Term, Feb. 8, 1875- less than three weeks away.
.
Ordered by the Court that the Sales are scheduled to open at

Judge's decision not being Clifton Rosier, who still other Bradford artifacts in the Clifton's father J. 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 3.1
EDl.TOltlALS, received, the Court proceed to farms the land first settled by future old courthouse (Quincy) Rosier, still, activeon Q. hope you will plan to be there.
canvass all such returns as his forebears a century ago museum. He declined to the farm at 77, lives with This year's Fair promises to
have come in the matter sits on a massive handhewn donate the well-worn bench, be bigger and better than
his and the old
prescribed by law. (Adjourned bench while son family on ever Our livestock and
showing a hand- however, because he still likesto in the sectionof
to meet the next dayat made barrel hoop, the last take a noon-day nap on it. place northwest Evergreen Bradford County. poultry barns should be full of
9 a.m.) relic of syrup barrels craftedby "It's more comfortable than prized exhibits. Youth and

his greatgrandfathermany you might think," he says. home exhibits should increaseover
Other articles held by Mr.
Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1875--
.
We Need ReliefBradford Ordered that the canvass years ago. Rosier are two wild turkey past years.Livestock
unfinished The bench was cut from a feet (these big birds are
being the
court
Mr. Rosier has donated the and
poultry entries
slab and is five inches
cypress in the New River
County was proud to be $15,000 and must be paid out of local tax adjourn morrow to at meet 9 o'clock again on the white oak hoop, held togetherwith thick 22 inches wide, and swamp plentiful, he says), and a are due March 23.: Entry
a.m.
iron bands, as a relic of feet long. The legs are blanks are available at your
selected as the site of the Florida State monies, of course. the past to be included among made seven of pine "lightered." measuring stick used years County Agent's office or from
Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1875- ago to measure turpentine.
Prison than half Vocational Agriculture
more
a century agoforthe The State does underwrite a portionof Finding that some of the teachers at Bradlord! High
selection was made largely on the these costs including payment of returns of the late special iio School.

basis of the suitability of soils in those jurors and the expense of public election had been abstractedfrom

days when farming was an importantpart special court- their court room since HOME We have an agriculture
defenders, except
their adjourn."nt, it is or- booth
of the prison and l'rr at the fair that will
economy, appointed attorneys. In the Garment dered by the Court that we NOTESBy H exhibit
Bradford land deemed a any farm produce you
the
was best
Factory 14 trials, a special defense now proceed to count such might have. The exhibits
available in the state at that time. And attorney was appointed, whose fee of votes as are on hand and found l might be vegetables, field

over the years the prison has played an several thousand dollars must be paid by not tampered with. Kathy Brown crops, pecans, honey syrup,

important part in the county's economy, the county. Ordered that the minutes of potatoes, eggs, or what.have-
providing employment for in the you. If you have a product you
many the Call Court having likewise
area, including Bradford, Baker, and Bradford County will seek relief at the been carried off, we hereby Recently my office, a asking homemakercalled abouta kr-i : call would me like, drop to show it by this office year,

Union Counties.But next l legislative session, asking that the adopt the preceding work of brand of mushrooms that or bring it to the Fair my groundson

State pay the entire cost of litigation the the first minutes four of days this canvass court as in had been recalled by the FDA .. Tuesday. April 2.

in recent years, due to stemming from incidents at the prison. lieu thereof. from the supermarket. ..- '
shelves. The
developments in our judicial of the is located in ..; I. Bradford-Union Cat-
system, the Although one prisons :..\ \ \," tleman's Association is again
case load of litigation arising from the our county, the inmates come from Ordered that the canvass She had some canned : .',: \";,; I I I''' sponsoring a 4-11 and KKA
prison has grown to such proportionsthat practically every county in the State, being number completed, we find the mushrooms on the shelf in her " I steer show and sale for youthin
of forty-six ((46)) votes
it threatens to become a critical and many from out of State. It hardly given for Starke for County kitchen and wanted to know.if I :':" ,' Bradford and Union
these were safe. I did not havea counties. The show is
financial burden on both Bradford and seems fair that Bradford County should Site of Bradford County and list of recalled foods in my I scheduled to begin atI ,

Union Counties, since each has its own have to bear this burden which one we therefore declare Starke office at that time. Currently, Thursday. April 4. The p.m.sale

prison units. observer recently remarked "will break elected as such County Site.Editor's I am on the mailing list of program will start at 7 p rn.

the county" if it continues to mount as it Food and Drug Ad- Friday. April 5, in the Show

Due to the increasing number of has since the so-called Gideon act. The 46( referred Note to : above the number was report ministration of recalled for their foods weekly, drugs Boosts Kidney FundTommy Starke.Arena pt the Fair grounds in

escapes, murders, uprisings, and other taxpayers are now having to pay not Starke's majority of votes and other products. In the

incidents at the prisons, the counties in only for the prosecution of the defen- over Lake Butler. Total future, if you have a question Reames right, president of (Che' Bradford Hoping There are 32 steers enteredin

which they occur must bear a large dants, but for their defense as well. number of votes cast was not about a food or drug that you Club, presents a $2,000 check to the Bradford County Kidney the show this year.
share of the of the reported in the minutes.) think might have been Fund to Harold Davis, branch manager of Guaranty Federal l Exhibitors started workingwith
expense resulting Taxpayers should make their wishes recalled, contact my office In Starke. their animals last fall
court cases. In one recent instance alone- known to their legislators In the Ordered that the County and we will check this list to Made up of entry fees and! donations received al a recent and have done a better job of
hope
the so-called Garment Factory 14 trialit -. that some relief for this unfair Commissioners meet at be sure if it is safe. My phone horse show, the check is the largest single donation ever selecting, feeding and
is estimated that the to situationwill Starke as a Court on next number is 964-6554 my address made to the Kidney Fund.Holiday. managing their steers this
expense
Bradford County will run close to be enacted at the 1974 legislative Monday, the 15th Inst., for the is P. O. Box 267, Starke. year. Their steers will be
session.I of selecting suitable
purpose available at the sale and
rooms for the several county I might comment here thatif would make a welcomed
offices, and that the furnitureand you are afraid that a canned addition to your home freezer.
documents pertaining to' product is contaminated with
said offices be removed as salmonella, this bacteria can Members of the Cat: tlema tt's

A Resident JudgeBradford soon as practicable be killed by boiling the f Association will be meeting
thereafter.Call product for at least 20 tonight (Thursday) to make
minutes. final plans lor the show and
Term, Feb. 1875-- sale. Cattlemen have spent a
Having made satisfactory Last week I held a good deal of time and efiort tq

County could possibly be resident judge were not readily arrangements with G. W. Workshop Meeting on What's make this worthwhile projecta
without the services of a resident circuit Baisden for a certain room in New In Sewing in Starke. success. If asked for and
available at all times.
this place (Starke) that the needed I hope you will
judge on March 31 for the first time, it is said room be held for the use Many homemakers at- respond with: any help or

believed, in at least 100 years. Another argument is the fact that of County purposes until other tended to see a wide selectionof wi r assistance you can give I I

Bradford County has one of the finest arrangements shall be made. the latest sewing notions
and accessories on the The Bradford 4-11 Horse I
The present vacancy was caused by court facilities in the State. The entire
the (Editor's Note: It is not market, tables full of new 1 a, u yd+ i Club is again sponsoring an
regrettable resignation of Judge second floor of the new courthouse was known where these temporary fashion fabrics, menswear i Y ) AQUA horse show. The big

George L. Patten for reasons of ill designed for convenience as a court quarters, rented from Mr. fabrics, and linings and in change this year is the show I

health. His imminent fairness and facility and was designed to Baisden were located. An terfacings. I also demonstrated location. The show has been

scholarly leadership provided to the specifications of the legal profession in injunction was apparently how to use the fusiblesfor c moved from Starke to
Eighth Circuit bench will leave sought by Lake Butler interests appliques, hemming and o ; dWh Gainesville because of the
a order to be functional as well as
for other time-saving sewing crisis fuel .
asking a recount of energy or shortage.The
vacancy hard to fill. providing the utmost in comfort and and how to in
the ballots due to jobs; put a show will be held on
convenience.In irregularities, and a recountwas "hand picked" zipper using a++rSlt4S.'r March 31 at the Alachua
Recognizing the present threat to this held at a "called term" on the blind stitch on your sewing Riding Arena on Waldo Road. I

long-standing tradition of a resident recent years there seems to be a Jan. 21, 1876. The minutes machine. Moving to Gainesville will I

judge, the Bradford County Commission trend toward centralization of the record that "the canvass This workshop was open to allow exhibitors toshow in two
being completed, we find the shows on one weekend in the
has forwarded a resolution to Governor operation of the Eighth Circuit in number of fort-six votes all interested homemakers, as y+ same location. Call me if you

Askew asking that consideration be Alachua County. It seems to us that it given for Starke for the are all Extension As Home I A+ lit III' are interested or have any

given to these factors in making the would be a stabilizing force and a County Site of Bradford about Economics my programs.job of trying go to questions about the show this

appointment to fill this vacancy. leavening influence to have at least one declare County Starke and elected we therefore as such reach as many persons as year,

of our circuit judges remain at the possible' with current in-
County Site. Some months ... =mmsmOld ,
There are other reasons, besides grassroots level. later space was rented in the formation to help
tradition, that for Thomas homemakers, I hope that you
argue a resident Hemingway frame of Books Needed
will take advantage my
Bradford County judge. With the We hope that these factors will be building at the northeast services.

location of an office of the Probation and taken into consideration by the Eighth corner Streets of Call which and Walnut on Ice For Annual Sale
became 'Several homemakers who
Parole .Commission in the courthouse, Judicial Circuit Nominating Committeein Bradford County's first
work during the day have At County FairA
and its heavy caseload resulting from making its recommendation, and by "courthouse.") indicated that they were sorryto

proximity to the prison there would be Governor Askew in making the final miss the What's New In Gerald Soules' Parisian poodles and their companions are for
serious handicaps if the services of a appointment. Sewing Workshop. If enoughare an extra-added attraction in the 29th edition of Holiday on Ice back plea and old books, hard-
Rep. WilliamsSets interested, I'd be happy to al the Jacksonville Coliseum starting Tuesday, March 19, issued paperback, has been
repeat the Workshop in the through Sunday, March 21. For several years Mr. Soules was by the Friends of the
HearingState evening. Please call or write the featured aerialist with Ringling Bros., as well as several Bradford County Public
and let me know if you are European circuses. After a near-fatal fall, he retired from Library for their annual book

_,9J.4:! Rep. Frank Williamswill interested.The only way that I the trapeze and literally "went to the dogs" sale County April Fair.3-6 at the Bradford

hold can plan programs to meet the
a public hearing on

oas riliiji Thursday, March 14, in the needs of is homemakers if will in the """'"............._ '" II ......." ..'_" "_" ..... .." J"-, ".. Books should be brought to
pq Keystone Heights City Hall at County, you keep me the as soon as possible.
in to needs. Feel
ronof" 7 p.m. tuned your to learn'more about current The Lawtey Club has Children books are also
call
at time
( free to me any
Williams said, "the and-or homemaking topics, and changed its meeting date to needed.
'lotBOB hearing with problems share ideas with other Thursday March 21, due to a
G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER will be open to the general suggestions for programs.The .
homemakers, come arid join about the The
Publisher public and everyone is invitedto problem meeting books will be sold at a
Published each Thllraday and entered the Club. Any interested place.The topic for the March at the fair from
a. Second Class Maere, come and discuss Extension .I1.1 5 cents
Fla. under Ace of March 3, 1879. ae the Pale Office ae Searke, proposed legislation for any the Homemakers Lawtey Club is seekingnew homemaker is invited to join; Meeting Is Use of Color and $1. All money raised from

1974 session." the only requirement for Furniture Arrangement in the annual book sale goes to
Subscription nee in trade area: 16 pet year: J3.JO sis month members. membership is an interest in Home Decorating. The the Bradford County Library

Phone S4HS30J< Outside trade area: $7 per year: 4.00 aix i months. Stark, F1. live In the Lawteyarea homemaking (which most of Meeting will begin at 10 a.m. for purchase of new books.Page .
If
Haiti Tires Causeaccidents you us share!), Call me for further in Lawtey City Hall or
and are interested in
'
: attending monthly meetings information. Agriculture Building. e f 'rr', ..




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430 W. MADISON WILL


By Elizabeth Clveng MriOk CLOSE SATURDAY, MARCH 16



ideas Springtime to spring School is in a News time the minds for new of ESE TO ATTEND THE FABULOUS t LL

adults in improving them. I
selves in every phase of life -
physical, spiritual, mentally,
and socially, All these conditions GRAND OPENING
can be met by attending
the basic adult classes I
organized in the various
centers. The classes meet
each Monday and Wednesdaynight. TUESDAY MARCH 19
Adults can improvetheir ,
skills in reading,writing,
and arithmetic. Each in- rtiF
dividual has an opportunity to YOUR NEW WINNDIXIEAT
BEEF pEOP
learn a trade in any desired

area.Music concepts are being U.S. No. 301 & EDWARD ROAD
taught by Mrs. Z. P. Jennings.This PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH 14

damentals includes, piano music, auto harp fun-, THRU WED. MARCH 20
and singing. You will receive
credit toward completing high Quantity RightsFRESH
school, and it will also help FLORIDA YELLOW Reserved
WINN DIXIE STORED INC.
you become a better choir COPYRIGHT 1074
member. For information call
Com
Vo-Tech 964-3150. . .gears99c
W.D BRAND W-D BRAND
W D BRAND WHOLE!HOG .
ROLL HOT OR MILD
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
Dell Chapter OES USDA
CUT
CHOICE FULL USDA INSPECTED
Sausage . 99C Roast. $179
.
Dell Chapter 168 OES, will IB ROUND (NO ADDITIVES) PURE Rump LB.
meet Thursday night March FUll QUARTER LOIN SLICED I BRAND USDA' CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS
14, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Pork 99C
Hall on Brownlee St. All Chops STEAK BEEFW.D monicos LB $269FRESH
members are asked to pleasebe BOSTON BUTT ?:b .
BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HAND! PAK
social present event will and be on held time.after A Pork Roast e e L. 88c Rot" II. Ground Round LB. $139W.DBR"'Nr"'LLME"'T 1

the business meeting. ,-

CHURCH NEWS . 'ft: ?: 69 I, $ 48 9 9 Leg USD..CHOICE 0' Lamb IB $139
DB.R"D.:
GRADE'QUICK FROZEN W- 3
Greater Bethel Freewill USDA CHOICE LAMB

Williams, pastor., Rev Weekly Jasper Baking. Hens LB. 68c .60V1eAelePu. s. cHOice AO".A Loin C iops . LB. $199

activities begin Monday night W D BRAND USDA CHOICE!BEEF BONELESS TOP 8 LB. USDA CHOICE IAMB RIB OR
with rehearsal for the Easter Round Steak $169 PKG.
activity. Rehearsal for Senior Sirloin Chops LB. $189
Choir was held Tuesday night
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday HICKORY SWIIf W-D BRAND PORK SHOULOIRSMOKIO
night. Thursday SLI. BACON WHOLEPICNICS
(tonight) rehearsal will be
held for the Easter activity.The 99
Ladies Circle will meet at SAVE 21c PK LAND O 78
Jie home of Mrs.Sarah Prince SAVE 1
Thursday night. Friday night SUNSHINEBUTTER
Prayer Band meeting at homeof MAXWELLHOUSE
Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Junior GREEN GIANT CUT
Choir will rehearse at the
church Friday night. Dinners
will be sold from the kitchen
Saturday. COFFEE Limit 2 w/$7./ ..or more purchase excl.. cigs. GR. BEANS I Li..BEANS GREEN

Sunday is Pastoral Day, ,
starting with Sunday School at Limit 1 of choice with 57.SO or more purchase
930.: Morning Service at 11. excluding cigarettes
Dinner wilf be served at 12
noon.At 3 p.m. the pastor and $
congregation will worshipwith
Rev. Henderson Hudson 1LB.
59p
and congregation in their PKG.
Youth Day program at White /F f 1 68Lgtaay 16-oz.
Springs. (QTRS.) CANS
There will be no evening 1LB.
service Greater Bethlehem
r+t"w BAG
Freewill Baptist Church. IARIYc
SAVE lie > HUNT'SKETCHUP DIIMONTI GARDEN
New Bethel Baptist Church,
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. v = COFFEE PEAS
Weekly services begin with 00 00
1 le. 23$1 4170$1
Bible Class and Prayer 68 C
Meeting at 7:30: p.m. Wed CAN
nesday. Sunday School at 10 CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE U.S. No. 1 THRIFTY MORTON ASSORTED
a.m. will terminate servicesfor
the day. Regular services SOUP VENT VU MAID DINNERS
will be held Sunday March 24.

Ebenezer Baptist Church, SAVE POTATOESA MILK
Rev. Leroy Davis. Weekly
services begin Thursday night ao
with Prayer Meeting and 8 $1 A 3 $149AP
Bible Class at 7:30: Sunday .
School, 9:45: a.m. Con :
secration Service at 10:45: CANS PKGS.
Morning Service at U 1 0
Evening Service, 7 p.m. On
Sunday, April 7, the Junior i+ 5 9ii2e ? HARVEST FRESH
Choir will sponsor Choir on LB. \ Foal
invited Parade to at 3 attend.p.m. The public is S .UCE BAG \- GALLON LETTUCE


Mt. PIsgah AME: Church, SAVE
Rev. B. J. Franklin, pastor
Sunday services at School 9:30: with will Mrs.begic S.: STRAWBERRIES FRESNRIPI SUPERBRAND TWIN FUDGE POPS BARS OR

Hill, superintendent, in 4 8 8 19
charge. Morning Worship, 11 3 PINTS$100 RID DELICIOUS JUMBO EXTRA FANCY 217.P5.$10016os.
a.m.Visitors Afternoon always service welcome.,5 p.m. CANS APPLES LB.

Mt. Moriah United lS FOR $199
,Rev. Willie
Methodist Church
Stitt, pastor. Sunday School, SAVE14c THRIFTYMAIDGRAPEFRUIT SAVE Jc.MT.OLIVE! FRESH FlA. PINK OR WHITE SUPUBRAND USDA INSP. GR '...'FLA AIL WHITE!FRESH

10 11.a.m.United Morning Methodist Worship Women at Juice C e e 3 46-01.CANS $100] Cuke Strips 14-01.JAR 48'' Grapefruit f 5 BAG 59C Large Eggs DG=. 73C
meet at 4 p.m., and the Ad-
ministration Board at 5 p.m. CHEK All FLAVORS SOFTDrinks SAVE 6c-BETTY CROCKER LAYER CAKE HARVEST FRESH GREENPeppers TASTE O'SEA FISH OR PERCH
All officers and members are 12 Uo. $100 Mixes 2 18ai.PUGS.. 88c 4 39C Dinner 2 9 01PKOS $100]
asked to please be present. CANS FOR .

.
THRIFTY" MADTomatoes SAVE 6c CRACKIN'GOOD JUMBO LORIDA TASTE O'SEA SEAFOOD

Methodist Pleasant Church Grove United Rev. 3 CANS $]100 Saltines '1LB.PKG... 38 Celery 19C Platter 2 9.01. $100]
Willie Stitt, pastor. Bible e e STALK e e e PKGS20ei
Study each Tuesday,7:30: p.m. THRIFTY' MAID CUT CRACKIN'GOOD BIG 60(lOc OFF) HARVEST FRESH GREENCabbage SALUTO SASSY& SPICEY OR PEPPERONI

begin nesday Prayer with night.Meeting Sunday Sunday each School Services Wed-, 10 Gr. Beans 3 28 CANS16ai.'01. $100] Cookies . 2401.PKO... 63e 2 HEAD 49C Pizza . PKO16oi.. $199]

a.m. Afternoon service, 3 THRIFTY' MAID MIXID SAVE I7c'DIXIE DARLINOFAMILYLOAP U S.No YELLOW FROZEN SLICED

the p.m.day., concluding services for Vegetables 4 CANS. $ j0078C| Bread . 3 ONES $1] 00 Onions'i . 3 s.:: 49C Strawberries 2 PKOSlOoi.'. $100]

Greater Allen Chapel AME SAVE!3c.PETER PANPeanut !DARLING BROWN N'SERVE CLUSTER OR SEEDEDRolls U S. No. IDAHO BAKINGPotatoes SUPERBRAND WHIPPEDTopping
Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, '18'01. IXIs ".". .
Butter I 3 $100 8 99c 2 $100]
pastor. Sunday School, 10:45.:: JAR . PKGS. FOR CUPS
Morning Service at 11. Bible

Study History and will the be held study from of Black 2 to 3 ._.._---_.__..............- _..__...-_._. ._._..__....-._.... .!..._...__..........-.......,
pm. Choir Union, 3 p.m. : ; ; :
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CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Jacksonville. Maternal Wilkison, their mother, Mrs. Mrs.Crews'aunt, Mrs. Hester
NOTICE OF grandmother is Mrs. Janet BY Bennett Wilkison, Sr., and Thomas, at the nursing homeat
Brown of Jacksonville Beach. ELIZABETH TERRY Michelle attended the Or- afternoon
APPLICATIONFOR Church Of God: Sunda Macclenny on Sunday -
TAX DEED School, 10 a.m. Worship I Paternal grandmother is Mrs. guests of her brotherinlawand dination Services for Curtis They also visited
Sec. 194.16. F. S. Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, present. They visited ChiefMcCulley's Mrs. Wm. A. Mobley and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Reames, as a preacher at Carr Colley of Macclenny,
YPE and Prayer Meeting 7 Ga., and great aunt is Miss mother, Mrs.Lamb's her mother, Mrs. Jim Luther Hilliard and family. Calvary Baptist Church in while there.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN p.m. Saturday. Elizabeth Terry. brothers and sisters. Newsom, of Chiefland, were Starke. Dinner was served on
that THE COUNTY OF Wednesday overnight guestsof Harold Eunice returned the grounds at noon. Mrs. Floy Bennett returnedto
BRADFORD the holder of the Faith Baptist Church: Mrs. Joyce Futch ofBlackshear. Randall Reddish of the her daughter, Mrs. Jack home Saturday from St. Macclenny Sunday afternoon -
following certificates has filed Radio Program over WPXE Ga. was a dinner State Farm spent Tuesdayand Kuhne, and children. Vincent's, Jacksonville, after Mrs. Mary Bostwick of Fort after spending
said certificates for a tax deed to Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday Bible guest of her sister, Miss Wednesday with his spending a few there. He Pierce was a guest of Mr. and sometime with her brother-in-
be issued thereon. The certificate School, 10 a.m. Worship Elizabeth Terry! on Monday. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas returned Wednesday days and will Mrs. Les McClellan on law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
numbers and years of Services, 11 am. and 7:30: Miss Terry and Mrs. Futch Les McClellan. He had an a Thursday overnight undergo surgery Thursday.Our Saturday.Mr. Sebe Harris.
issuance the description of the p.m. School on Bible Doctrine, visited her son and daughter- infection in his foot. guest of Miss Esther Mason of love and prayers are with
property and the names in Tuesday, 8 p.m at Pastor's in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jacksonville. While there they him. and Mrs. Jimmy Miss Elizabeth Terry was a
which it was assessed are as home Prayer meeting Wed- Futch and sons of Jackson- Mr.and Mrs.Ron Hudson of visited Miss Enza Blanchard Parrish of Raiford and their guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E.
follows: nesday at 7:30: p.m. Bible ville Beach on Monday af Miami spent the weekend with at Macclenny.Mrs. Mrs. Joyce Futch of father, Mr. Bryant, were Strickland of Gainesville,
Certificate No. 26; Year of Study. ternoon. Wayne Norman of Kingsley Blackshear, Ga. was a dinner' dinner guepts of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday to Saturday.Mrs. .
Issuance 1968.Description Lake. Darlene Norman and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Les Morris Kelley and family on
of Property: Beg.at Grace United Methodist Mrs. Ronnie McClellan, sons, and Mrs. Elsie Norman McClellan on Thursday Sunday.Mr. Pierce Crews and Mrs.E. .
NW Cor. of N 130', of Lot 35, Church: Sunday School, 9:45: Derin and Paul, of Vidalia, We wish Randy Roberts a were Saturday guests of her evening. A. Sapp visited their sister,
in Lawtey E. of RR East of Rd. a.m. Worship Services, 11 Ga. spent Thursday to Sunday happy 17th birthday on March brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.A. and Mrs. Les McClellan Mrs. Maude Richardson in St.
225 S. 50', to POB. E. 50', S. a.m. and 7 p.m. WednesdayMYF with their parents Mr. and 5. B. Wainwright, Sr.; her Mrs. Bryant Reddish attended services at Vincent's Hospital ,
50', W. 50', N. 50', to POB. 7 p.m followed by Choir Mrs. Les McClellan and Mr. nephew and niece, Mr. and returned home Friday night Bethlehem Baptist Church in Jacksonville, last Thursday.
Name in which assessed. Mid Practice at 7:30.: and Mrs. Mack Sweat, of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mo Mrs. James Richardson, and after spending some time with Lake City on Sunday. Rev. While in town they also visited
State Homes, Inc. State Farm. Clellen and Jeff, of Starke, new great-niece, Christie Ann, her son-in-law and daughter, Charles Redding is the pastor. Mrs. Crews' son and
All of said property being in United: Methodist Women spent Sunday afternoon with and her mother, Mrs. Lissie Mr. and Mrs Jack Pons and daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs.
the County of Bradford. State of met at the Church on March 5. Richard Lloyd of Miami their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Starling, all of Jacksonville. family of Tallahassee. Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr. W. S. Crews.
Florida. The meeting was opened with arrived on Tuesday night and Les McClellan.Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of
Unless such certificate or devotional by Mrs. Minnie will spend sometime with Mr. Mrs.\ Warren Boatright and Mr.and Mrs. Les McClellan Worthington Springs spent Nora Starling was a
certificates shall be redeemed Coss, which was followed by and Mrs. Edward Roberts and and Mrs. Terry Futch Lindy and Mrs. C. R. Crews spent Wednesday afternoon last week with their brother- Saturday overnight guest of
according to law the property business meeting. There were family. and sons, of JacksonvilleBeach and Glenn Ann spent the with their son and daughter- in-law and sister, Mr. and Vickie Nicula. She, with Mr.
described in such certificate or 13 ladies present. After the stopped by for a visit weekend with her son and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. C. D. Sellers, and their and Mrs. O. Nicula and
certificates will be sold to the meeting they went to the Chief and Mrs. B. F. Mc- with their aunt Miss daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. McClellan and family of sister, Mrs. Onie Thornton. family, attended 20th An-
highest bidder at the court Correctional Center for lunch. Culley and their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Terry, Tuesday H C. Crews and family of Starke. The Pringles' son-in-law and niversary Services at Calvary
house door on Monday in Monthof Nora Grider, of Starke, spent afternoon. Clearwater, and soninlawand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Baptist Church in Jackson-
April, 1974 which is the "flth Highland Baptist Church: from Friday to Tuesday in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Friends of John Tatum, Springer and family, their son ville on Sunday. Lester Roloff
son
day of April 1974. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Athens, Tenn. and attendedthe Friends of Mrs. Charles Bill Woodard and family of of Mr and Mrs. Tom Tatum, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and was the speaker. They went
Dated this 5th day of March Worship Service, 11 a.m. McCulley family reunion Starling are happy to learn Largo.Mr. Jr., regret to learn that he is a Mrs. Harry Pringle and out for dinner with Mr and
1974. Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. there. At least 50 people were that she was able to return pneumonia patient in Bradford family, all of Auburndale. Mrs. Rudolph Johnson. They
Evening Service,7:30.: Praye" home from St. Vincent's and Mrs. Jack Kuhne County Hospital, in then visited their sister, Mrs.
Gilbert S. Brown Jacksonville Mrs. Thomas Tatum, Jr. Velma Jenkins in St. Luke's
Clerk
By meeting Wednesday at 7:3u: Hospital, on and children enjoyed a' Starke. Our and love ,
Clerk of Circuit Court of p.m. Friday. We pray that her cookout at the home of their are with him.prayers celebrated her birthday on Hospital. She had surgery on
Bradford County Florida BrookerN health will continue to im sister, Mrs. Carolyn Holmes March 4. She received gifts Monday. Their mother, Mrs.
3 u 4t 4/4 Northside Baptist Church: prove. and children last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault, from her friends and Goldie Myers, of Virginia, was
10 a.m. Worship Services, 11 by Jeannette afternoon. Jr. celebrated their 6th relatives. One of her neigh- their Sunday overnight guest.
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer ews Mrs. Laura Mae Smith of wedding anniversary on bors presented her with a
Prescott Jacksonville cake. Mrs. Robert E. Lee visited
meeting Monday, 7:30: p.m. spent Wed Mrs. Dianne Thomas and March 8. He added two
nesday afternoon with her her mother, Mrs. G. L.
baby, and her mother Mrs.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF diamonds to her ring as a gift.
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL PERSONALSMrs. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Effie Ogilivie, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Peterson, and sister, Mrs.
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR (Held over from last week.) and Mrs. Doc Mosley. were Tuesday overnight Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Mrs. Pierce Crews visited Bettie Tresca, of Keystone
BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL .Jack Kuhne,John, and Miss Enza Blanchard, and Heights, Sunday afternoon.

ACTION.IN her mother, Mrs. Jim
Newsom, went to Atlanta, Ga. BRIDAL SHOWER
RE: The marriage of with Mr. Kuhne, spent the
CHARLES GRESHAM JR., week with her son-in-law and Miss Patsy Edwards of
Husband/Petitioner, and MARY daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brooker, bride-elect of Lavern EveryDayLowPrice
LOU GRESHAM Charles Simmons and family. Outlaw, Jr., of Graham, was EveryDayLowPrice FOOD
WifeRespondent./ They returned home Sundayand honored at a bridal shower
Mrs. Kuhne carried her Monday night, Feb. 25, at the
NOTICE OF SUIT mother. Mrs. Jim Newsom, to Brooker Baptist Church. CENTER CUT Pantry
her home in Chiefland.Mr. / REGULAR GRIND

To: MARY LOU GRESHAM Hostesses on this occasionwere SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK FAIR
1207 Carr Avenue .and Mrs. Terry Futch of Mrs. Allen Crews, Mrs.
"'Savannah Georgia Jacksonville Beach are the Howard Douglas, Betty
proud parents of a son, Bruce Hayes, Mrs W. C. Stalnaker, SUPERMARKETS
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Terry, born Feb. 27 in Mrs. A. B. Adams, Mrs. COFFEE'tlHIIff
an action for dissolution of Memorial Hospital Stanley Green, Mrs. Lloyd STARKE'S

marriage has been filed againstyou Wood, Mrs., Craig Wood, Mrs.J. 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST
in the above styled Court E. Mott, Mrs. Guy Harrell,
and you are required to serve a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and Mrs. Carl Edwards. I It PNIS.CCU, I AYIm
... .. 9 WI" .eH"B .L YO ccce TNY
copy of your written defenses, if EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LBBAG "WC .... ac 111 CLALi1TYNICN
any to it on S. l. SCRUGGS, FLORIDA IN AND FOR After the gifts were opened, .' ... $15 79 1S R.8NVC
POST OFFICE DRAWER "C", BRADFORD COUNTY.IN refreshments of punch and frvY *.m pleased It KctflU.ID.JL i
GAINESVillE. FLORIDA cake were served to the rOOO STAMP
32602, ".l! rile. the' original with RE: ESTATE OF guests. COUPONSniucuT
the Clerk of the above s styled JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD
Court on or before the 9th dayof Deceased BONELESS
April, A. D., 1974; otherwise, The young people gave a ,? I CENTER CHUCK SLICED 1/4
a judgment may be entered NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo lingerie shower and luncheonfor ROUNDSTEAKS Hill in ,' | CUT
against you for the relief Patsy last Saturday in the uwnittil iPork Loin
requested in the Petition. all creditors and all persons church educational room. The i :
WITNESS my hand and seal having claims or demands tables were decorated with
of said Court on the 5th day of against said estate. yellow,blue,and white mums. ROAST 0I:: i
March, A. D. 1974. You and each of you are CHOPS
hereby notified and required to Mrs. Bill Bigham and Mrs.
Gilbert S. Brown present any claims and demands Stanley Green, of Brooker, -= : -=! !l1
Clerk of the Circuit Court which you or either of you, may and Mrs. Kenny Williams of .... ., $149 i J2
By: Beulah M. Moody have against the estate of Tallahassee gave a spaghetti 88 < T013CHOP9g
Deputy Clerk JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD, supper last Saturday night at Ujji" I | : N I 3 ?
3r; 14 4t 4/4 deceased, to the Judge of the Mrs. Bigham's home. Guests LB I LB 1
said Court Starke Courthouse brought groceries honoring ,
Bradford County Florida within Miss Edwards and Mr.
Tots Qionths from the date of the OUtlaw.. EveryDayLowPrke Every DayLowPrkf Every DayLowPrke .EveryDayLowPrkeFYNR

NOTICE first publication of this notice. CORNED Flame* uoc TASTE
Each daim or demand must PRESCOTT-PRASIT CHUCK _
W. Jimmir dark has made be In writinend must state the FRESH
Application tit the Bradford place of residence .and post- Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. STEAKS t1i
County Zoning Hoard for re- office address of the claimant Prescott announce the Ikit' FRYERS tjPantry
classification of the property and must be sworn to by the marriage of their son, Sgt. tf***+MP.,
described below from OR to claimant his agent or his at- PaulD.Prescott,Jr.,of the U.
MS.On torney, or it will become void S. Air Force, to Miss Sawing LLftBit j
Hwy 100A (Griffis Loop) E according to law. Boon Prasit in Thailand on
310 ft of S 437 ft. of NE 1/4 of Each creditor shall deliver February 15. They will be I
SE 1 4 of R/W of SCL RR and sufficient copies of his claim to coming to the states the first Pride I I FRISKIES
State Road 100A. enable the Court to mail one to part of April. FROZEN SHOE STRINGPOTATOES I \\innua

This change in classification Is each personal representative.Dated UNSWEETENEDJUICE I I ii f men/ CAT
subject to a public hearing to beheld February 1,A. D. 1974.
on Tuesday March 26. 1974at
7:30: PM in the County Edna Ray CrawfordAs BIRTHDAYS I ;
Commission room at the Administratrix of the I 20 oz Poly Bag BUFFET
Bradford County Court House at Estate of James Harold Crawford Little Shawn McCarthy GRAPEFRUIT, BLENDED A ORANGEfrnnuf I
which time all persons interested Deceased celebrated his 3rd birthdaywith ] I I ASSORTED FLAVORS
shall be heard for or against the a party given by his (ufnitii/ ) 1
proposal, as specified in the 2/21 4t 3/14 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 29 C
3 9
Zoning County. Code of Bradford NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S Orea March Prescott 2. on Saturday, 46oz ( i! ; 6.5ozCANS: 595BonusBuy c:


John Torode,
Chairman
SALE Lisa Drawdy was two years
Bradford County Zoning Bd. old on March 2. EveryDayLowPrke f BonusBuy
L M. Gaines BonusBuy
Director
Notice is hereby given that I,
Up 3/14 Dolph E. Reddish. as sheriff of W.MUOW il'il'.r'Li. FANCY NEW ALL PURPOSE
Bradford County, Florida under Golden Ripe STRAW" YELLOWONIONS .
I AUNG O* COOK ING
and by virtue of Writ of ;
Execution to-wit: NOTICEPUBLIC APPLESKRAFT
NOTICE OF HEARINGA

EXAMINATIONNotice Execution issued out of County 1
Court of Bradford County, PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE e
is hereby HELD AT THE CITY
given pursuantto Florida pursuant to a Final HALL.
Chapter 16C-7 Florida Administrative Judgement for Jimmy Moore's STARKE, FLA. AT 7.30: P. M. I
Code Rules and Sun Sports of Starke, Florida, MONDAY APRIL lit, 1974 FOR 100% PURE FLORIDA
Regulations Governing Water and against Charles Cook, THE FOLLOWING PURPOSE: HUNGRY JACK '
BAR-B-QUE
Well Contractors
in Florida of defendant in the amount of ; ORANGE
an Examination for Water Well $269.69 together with oxen of PLACING MOBILE HOME AT
Contractor's License. The collection THE FOLLOWINGLOCATIONS IINSTANT! MASHED
examination will be given at the : SAUCE

following times dates and Have seized and have in my POTATOES
JUICE
locations to all qualified applicants possession the following CALVIN HENLEY REGULAR HICKORY OR HOT ; ; ffoMit C ctMrtfrtOKAMBC JUICC
whose applications are described personal to- OS N. Thompson St. 1-Lot !
received in the offices of the property appnw. 141' by 106' N and S I I I
wit: FROZEN
Department of Natural bounded E. by Railroad. N. by OOZfltunirJAR 12! LB nun mi C
Resources, Division' of Interior One 1973 Stumpnocker Boat Duncan Land. W. by Ennis and 1I."ltll 39 < [il"""' 99 6oz 6f $1

Resources, 203' Pennington Serial No. GSF10015173.One S. Mddeton. Between 400 i BOX : CANS :: ,
Building Tallahassee Florida, 1969 Johnson Motor 20 Block N. Walnut St. and I
not less than two days prior to H. P. Serial No. J2704962.One Seaboard RR.2VICTOR S
the e>examination dates. EvcryDayLo Prke f EveryDayLowPrke f
1972 Road Runner Trailer EveryDayLowPrkeINDIVIDUA EveryDayLowPrke
1 too EveryDayLowPrke
: P. M. Tuesday, March Serial No. 30334. LAMB
26 1974 Board Room of the Lot 3 of Blk 1 in Eastwood JUNf OY> fSH
Southwest Florida Water As the property of the above S/D South of the present homeof KOSHERDILLS HANDWOOD BANQUET BANQUET
Management District, named defendant and that on Victor Lamb on Stansbury CHARCOALBRIQUETTES POT PIES FRIED
Brooksville, SWEETENER
Florida.9:30A.M. Reed '
Monday the 1st day of April,
GHKMN. T : Wednesday March r OH Mill
1974 at twelve o'clock Noon on I
27, 1974 Central and Southern said day on the premises of the 3-LOTTIE LEGGETTSE HALF
Florida Flood Control District, Bradford County Jail I will offer 1/4 of NW 1/2 N. of I GALLON
901 Evernia Street West Palm for sale and sell to the highest Center of Street Ex. 1A in SW
Beach Florida. bidder for cash in hand. the Cor Beg. GOQ/ S and 840' W of
9:30 A.M. Thursday March NE Cor of SE 1/4of NW 1/4.22- ,--------- ----,
described of said
above
28 1974 Council of Govern- property 6S-22E. South of dtyof Starke, C"ryf> ylowPrk l.o.yLowPrke
ments Office. 3rd Floor, defendant to satisfy the Sanitary und Fill. MAX PAX I Q.TIPS 1.o.rLowPrtc. ErttyOeyloarlRk C..ryDylowPri<.1

Courthouse Annex Daytona aforesaid Execution. Ufl COFFEE RING I COTTON WILKINSON...,.u..trill BRECK French SlickBREAD FOOD tAIN
Beach Florida. Pat Farnsworth, Chair I DUTCH UPLI
SHAMPOO
Ddph E. Reddish, Sheriff = BLADES
10:00: A. M. Friday, March 29, Zoning Board ..1Y."CO".o. SQ I.SWABS PIES
Florida ooo. *A/
1974 Room 203 Pennington Bradford County Merrill Edwards MKTUT...,..> t lionn THUU | ''0 < Nr1 L011
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Building Tallahassee, Florida. 3/7 4t 3/28 City Clerk --------- ----, 0 a 39* 22 a 59
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
CLASSIFIED AD RATES duplex, FOR SALE: Holstein cow with 2
wall to wall carpet, calves. Can take care of 4. Call Adult JIMMY MOORE'S BRASINGTON INSURANCE
Mobile
refrigerator, stove. $115 per after 8 CADILLAC-OLDSMOBII.E AT REDUCED
Deadline for Insertion p.m. 964-7317. 1tp RATES
Tuesday Noon preceding mo.1tp Ph.964-7286 or 964-8082, 3/14 Home ParkIN Sun SportsMORE SALES &SERVICE AUTO FIRE. BOAT
FlneseledlonorUsedCars
Thursday before publication ------------ BOAT
10 Acres Just Good FOR
--- Out of City,
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------- DOYLE E. CONNER
)Minimum Charge'2.00 FOR SALE:calves,7 one-year- Land. CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH YOUR MONEY TF Taken On Cadillac Trades
(Covers Words) FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom old heifers, 14 brood cows. R. 2001 N.W.13th 378-5301 INSURANCE AGENCY
WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD STARKE PH 964-5791
Each word over 15 furnished 964-6947.apt.Itp Call after 5 p.m. M. Horsey, Jr. 4734435. 1tp 3 BR CB Const.,. 2 Full Baths, GROCERY AND NEW GAINESVILLE TCHG
10 cents ------------
----- Fireplace, Fam. Rm., dose To COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
------- SHOPPING CENTER
FOR SAle Tobacco allotmentover All Conveniences.
STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Classified Ads NO PETS TF STARKE BUILDERSA
All must be
FOR 4000 Ibe. $400. Ph. 486-
RENT: NEW ADULT AND REPAIR
paid for In advance unless you 70 Acres 10 With 20 With JO-LU COURT
have an established accountwith PARK Quiet, nice people, no 4671. lip Pines, COMPLETE, FIBERGLASS COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
outside ------------ Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared. U.S. 301 SOUTH
the Telegraph. In that pets. No children REPAIR PHONE 964-5270 219 E WASHINGTON ST

event 50 cents extra charge under 1757 16.N. BRADFORD PARK, FOR SALE: 22 hand guns 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From PHONE 964-881O CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS STARKE. FLA

for billing. Not responsible for 8tchg 4/25 Temple 964-5988. $19.95, 15 automatic $39.96, City. Good Terms. FISHING BOATS Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
errors when given over the 38 snub 4995. Dahmer's
phone or when copy Is not Discount. tfchg 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows Typewriters. Smith-Coron I: NO WAX FLOOR" $*/[,U CO
------------ electric and COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6 50
typed and brought to the office. Planted Pecan Trees manual. Bradfor d
County'Telegraph.. TF Two Months' PER SQ: YD
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FOR RENT 12' wide mobile 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice Beautifully SculpturedHI

hones B. White outside Ph./ city limits. J. FOR SALE: Eplphone Guitars Lot. Free Rent! LOW NYLON

r5-AUTOMOBILES answer call 964-8775.966114.tfchg.If no at made Dahmers Japan Discount by Gibson tfchg.now 2 BR CB Const., Built Recently. PumpsNew BRADFORD MANY FHA COLORS SPECIFICATIONS TO CHOOSE COMPLETELY FROM EXCEEDS $6 nmiH f

INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SQ YD
USEDFOR CALL US,WE HAVE MORE

t WANTED ;I : And UsedSALES MOBILE PARK HOME LOTS ON o THE CARPET WITH Shag THE NOW LOOK

SALE 1969 Dodge Station FOR Registered Angus PARTS A YEARLY LEASE YOU too,b CONTINUOUS FIL. N-YLON MANY TF

Wagon air conditioned, Bull Calves. J. B. White. GEORGE ROBERTS SERVICE GET 12 MO. FOR THE COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY $"! QC

power brakes and steering, WANTED:2 or Phone 964-6114 or 9648775. REAL ESTATE PRICE OF 10 MO. S3O.OO INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD 13
more to work on DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
mechanical tfchg.
good tires good chicken farm 1 mile South of MO S3OO.OO YR CITY
condition. $650. Call Town 986 N.Temple Ave.,StarkePh.
Graham on SR-225. House Plumbing Supplie S
or .964-7826 SEWER WATER
Finance Co. 964-7449. 2tchg. ------------ ELEC.

3/14 trailer people. furnished CaH 486-5562 to after right 6p.m. FOR SALE: Nine 11-foot church Wayne Ph.Douglas- ,Associate EXPERT SERVICEON Adult Park Experience Spreader Or

------------ Eddy Chicken Farm, pews,excellent condition./ $60 964-5988
Graham, Ra. 2tp 3/21 ALL MAKES
each. Ph. 4681666.
FOR SALE: F 600 Ford truck 4tchg HWY 3O1 NORTH
with fertilizer spreader body. ------------ 3/28 PHONE 964-7O61

For further details contact WANTED: Free estimates for Your I 1757 N. TEMPLE (Spreader Trainee Needed

Vernon Reddish, 9646530. constructing 18'x 24'addition ------------ Real Estate Durrancc ;
3tchg 3/14 to brick home. Ph. 964-8402.
Filing Cabinents; office furniture
1tp FOR SALE: PINTO, small equity Broker PUMP SUPPLY CO. ; Index file drawers. FULL TIME EMPLOYMENTFRINGE
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and assume payments. 964- 864-N.TEMPLE AVE. Bradford County Telegraph. TF
5739. 2tp 3/14 Buy Sell- Trade-
WANTED Used furniture,
HElP WANTED 1BEAUTICIAN
BENEFITS
t refrigerators, washers Dah- AppraisalsCALL tat Bfl
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mer's Discount House
tfchg BILL POWELL OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES & VACATION PAY & HOLIDAYS

FOR SALE: CHICKEN FERTILIZER -. REAL ESTATE
WANTED: Work U Haul. We load. 964-6464 HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5404 Z.- t GROUP INSURANCE

5 days a week. Good pay. Call 468-1985, Hampton. 2tp 3/14 1 .

or apply in person toMcleod's MISCELLANEOUSHORSE I ASSOCIATES: -Ir":! -" Cadillac Uniform Co.
Lake ------------
Beauty Shop, LARGE SELECTION OF PREOWNED ft

Butler, Ra, Dorrie McLeod, FOR SALE: Argentine" Bahia Ralph Bryan REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD ,
441 E BROWNLEE STARKE. FLA
4962110.21314 964-6208
seed ace lb., Argentine Bahia CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE )
SHOEING is my hay $1.50 bale at bam, 50 TF oJ
HELP WANTED: Maid service business acres in city limits Starke, J. Bob Vtt er
not my hobby. 15
personnel for summer years experience. Corrective M. Edwards, Box 628, Starke, 964-6026
months, $2 per hour 5 days and Fla. Ph. 964-5379. 4tp 3/28 CARSCARSCARSDEPENDABLE
trlmmimg shoeing,
3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B.
weekly. Apply Headquarters, prompt service. Buck Myer. with Heat and Air Carpet TRANSPORTATIONPLUS
<(e
Camp Blariding,Building 1937 481-3104. 4tp 4/4 ------------ beautiful lot In Starke. 15 x 30 YOUNG CO.

Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 2tp ------------ FOR SALE::: Reg. Angus bulls, front room with fire place. 30 DAY WARRANTYON

3/21 MATURE LADY wants to live in Ankonian Jingo 2 blood lines, p.O Vacuum Cleaners MOST CARS
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long, growthy modem bulls, 'I
as sitter to care for elderly-
Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB In Ex- '
WANTED: Male custodian First Room, meals, salary $25 per reasonable.12 to 23 Ph.months 9647316.4tp old, cellent Location $19,800 A se.o and Shampooers OWNED & OPERATEDBY
week. Ph. 4681666.
4tchg. A STARKE MAN
Baptist Church,Starke. Apply
9-12 a.m. Mon.-Fri. Corner of 3/28 3/28 _. Beautiful Building and mobile AL1l7 N. WALNUT ST. 964.8787

Jetterson and Clark Streets FOR SALE: 92 Acres, high and home lots Inside and outside city STARKE. FLA. Marchant Auto Sales
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tfchg. ... dry, 1-2 bedroom house SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY GAINESVILLE A
--------- -- approximately $6,000, small
HOOF TRIMMING: $5 per land. E. 4 BR, 2 bath CH and Air WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS .63. .
pines on Charley I3T 3/28 SE 3RD AVE
horse, $6 corrective trimming. Johns, Real Estate, 131 South
Eddie Mott. Ph. 022tp Walnut Street Starke MARCHANT WILL
,
t FOR RENT 1 3/21 Florida, Telephone: 964-5070. CHECK WITH US 7-25 pd TREAT YOU RIGHT
------------ 2tchg. 3/21 WE MAY HAVE WHATYOU
WANT
MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also SEWING OPERATORSEXPERIENCED
mobile home hurricane anchoring FOR SALE 24 x 60 Fleetwood LET US HELP YOU ''O
o and1 mobile roof Mobile home, 2 bedroom, 'BUY.SELL TRADEr!
romp
FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford family room, central air and PREFERRED BUT
coating Olin's MOBILE Home Carter Paints
Village Apt. For Infp. call Service. 964-6606, Rt. 100 W. heat. All electric, carpet and WE WILL TRAIN : Mary
Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. Starke. Fla. drapes. Ph. 9648023. 4tp
Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. tfchg 3/28 IF YOU ARE SEEKING REGULAR I
Ph. 964-6609. tfchg. $ SAVES"FRED
SAWS SHARPENED, work FOR SALE: Seers 21' reel PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT I II Mortgage Burning

------------ guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or type lawn mower with service DAVIS I

leave at Jackson Building contract paid up thru April 1, Cadillac Uniform Co.
FOR RENT: Office space at Supply, Starke or Keystone 1974 $100. Used less than 10 GMC TRUCKS
Plaza Motel. Will renovate to Heights. BUICK PONTIAC"A
9645476. 3/28
hours. 3tchg
your needs. Ph. 964-6066. Tfchg.- LITTLE RIDE; CAN 441 E. BROWNLEE STARKE. FLA SALE
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2tchg 3/21 ---- ---- SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
FOR SALE 1973 12 64 3
: x GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
.WE NOW HAVE diamond
FOR RENT: Double wide trailer needles for any make or model bedroom trailer, exceptionallyclean ... I09BOOOOUa < a ooao o a a a a a
on Giffis Loop. Ph. 964-5679. stereo player. Dahmer'sDiscount low down payment, 'fii'L' 1974
assume Ph. 964-
mortgage.
lip House tfchg. DIRT
8087. 4tp 3/28 MILLERBrownVolkswafan
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Cash Discaunts
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FOR RENT: 3 bedroom un Hauled

furnished house, 2 bedroom REDUCE Safe Er Fast with FOR SALE: 9 acres, one-half fill! Dirt (No Checks)
furnished house,also house in GoBese Tablets i It E-Vap mile east of Lawtey, Fla. on! WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT.
country. W. H. Nollman. "water pills" Andrews SR225. Phone 7823265. 2tp
tfchg. Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison, 3/14 Call 468-1873 2-5 Gal. 10%
Starke. 2/21 4tp 3/14

------------ ------------ STEPHEN
NEW A USED \WI SMITH 6 to 10 Gal. 15%
------------ WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS SALES SERVICE1MI.

STAR ROUTE HAMPTON, FLA.
OJv Yourself BILL THE ELECTRICIAN AND NORTH OF THE MALL
SUBCONTRACTOR: All Many brands of new vacuums GAINESVILLE TF
A Newer tookImage. types of small home $39.00 up. I'ted machines 11 Gal up 20%

remodeling and repairs. Fast from 10. Expert Repairs all
service. If its In the home we makes. Parts Accessories

do it. Ph. 964-8087.4tp 3/28 for central all vacuums.vacuum cleaning Built In United Farm i I Bill' C. B. Radio 102 E. Brownlee


------------ systems.Gainesville 3767110.'712 N. TF Main Agency, Inc 321 Temple Ave Starke 964-7025

LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast ,REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER SB4-B34B

with X-11 Diet Plan $3.00. PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE Starke, Fla
REDUCE Excess Fluids with HOUSES

X-Pet Guarantee.9300.Koch Money Drug. Back 1/3. FOR SALE ROBERT FAULKNER-ASSOC.FAULKNER-ASSOC. All Types Of Electronic Equipment


Update Your 4/11 15tchg LOUISE 2305 N.MCRAE-ASSOC.TEMPLE AVE EXPERT INSTALLATIONBill Assembly Applicants NeededAt

2 BR,1 bath,frame $8.000 STARKE. FLA. IUl45065WANT !
2 BR, 1 bath,frame $9.600
... fOR SALE 2BR,1 bath, Raiford 13.000 TO SELL OR BUY General Electric
REAL
3 BR, 1 bath, block $14,500 ESTATE? Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
A contemporary 3 BR,2 bath, Hampton $19,000 CALLoUS FOR BEST PRICESPROS'PECTS

letterhead can 3 BR,2 beth, block $19,750 WAITING TFCHG...... & All Management Permits. ..-Immediate openings for light assembly production

make all sofs'ofdifference .TV$79 Color plus picture labor,tubes Dahmers only SACKETT REALTY Home of the Magnetic Signs. operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).

to a Discount tfchg. 205 N.Temple Ave. Champ 24 Hour ServiceRobert's .,-High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
9646522 Long
business.
the requirements necessary.No .
BRADFORD LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes

I COUNTY and houses. Several sub Home and ..- training experience or particular educational
TELEOffAHH" divisions to choose from. Only 80 Acres 1/2 mile road front- Building MaterialWE :. background required.
$1,100Acre
$95 down. Monthly payments age Plumbing ServiceREMODELING
Job Printing to suit budget. Ph. 468- BUILD
1561 or your 964-8331. ftchg. 2 BR frame house, completely ?Apply between the hours of 8 a. m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday
furnished $8,000 "YOUR PLANS OR OURS through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441, 12 miles

... YOUR LOT OR OURS" north of Gainesville.
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2 BR frame house, fenced lot
FREE ESTIMATES NEW ADDITIONS
Bradford neat 9.600
FOR SALE 10 acres In very
County. East of Starka.1/2 REMODELING REPAIRS
mile off 16. Reasonably Brick, 3 BR 2 Baths, Cent. ADDITIONS NEW INSTALLATIONS

priced. Car 284-6367 after 6 heat/air $30.000
2tp 3/21 HOMES BOUGHT- SOLO \8'General Electric
p.m. THOMAS, REALTOR 24 HR SERVICE
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205 N.Temple Ave. ,
FOR SALE: 73 Vlndole mobile 9644162! ACREAGE. FOR SALE FREE ESTIMATES .
Arabian physician recommended home with expendo' living ULUAN C. PEARSON 184.8113HWY.301S.STARKE An
2/21 Equal Opportunity Employer
balm for hypochon room,.central heat air and ASSOCIATE Call 782-3563 Lawtey Fla.
dria. No one who followed carpet. Ph. 964-7012. lip 782-3806 TF '3/4p! d J rK-
their advice ever died of
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. BROOKER IN BRIEFSchool David Hurse Named .. .O...oOO.OOOO.....Q...ee....'.eooeoQoe ........


News professor of Gospel Magic at Securities AdvisorInvest .

Trinity College in Dunedin, Co. Lakeland .
a
The Brooker Elementary will be guest speaker Friday, has
based holding company, .
March 15, at 7:30 p.m. at
Council met
School Advisory appointed David Hurse as
on March 12 at 7:30: p.m. in Grace Baptist Church in regional supervisor operatingin .
the school library. Starke. Pastors, youth the greater Bradford 0 .
workers,and all young peopleare County area.Hursea .
The PTA will meet on urged to attend this unique Bradford educator, :
March 19 at 7:30: ( p.m. Please presentation, according to has recently obtained his $ .
plan to attend.Photographs of Rev. James Countryman, Florida securities license. a .
individual. classes will be church training director, New Hurse is a teacher and head
taken on March 19. River Baptist Church. football coach at Bradford .
High School and a resident of AT Ks .
With spring on its way, the Dedan Baptist Kingsley Lake. wry MM ? st .
physical education classes
have literally dived head first Mrs. Conway is ill, and we i I j 0f

into gymnastics.their spring Tumbling units, with- pray hope for her the quick visitors recovery.We from. Clay Electric t I ......U".' .

forward rolls, dive rolls, and Lake Butler received a _... .\. .
backrolls will be stressed, blessing and will return soon. Annuoll\leet 0 --- : .
along with stunts such as Mrs. Lizzie Prescott attended IG BEN D .
cartwheels, headstands, and church Sunday as the guest of f .
head flips. in-law.Claude Prescott, her brother- Set March 28 z./ -c \ / .

The 36th annual meeting of I. .
The recreation program is PersonalsMrs. Clay Electric Cooperative will I
underway for all 4th, 5th, and be held Thursday, March 28, .MOBILE HOME SALES / .
6th graders every Tuesdayand Pearl Markey visited at the main office at Keystone C1 .
Thursday afternoon from her sister, Mrs. R. K. Dukes Heights.Sen. 1C .
2:30: to 4:30.Associalional: and family in Lake Butler Bob Saunders, of
over the weekend. Gainesville, representing the .
Youth Rally 5th District, will be the main I. ALL HOMES 4,, .
Howard Douglas celebratedhis speaker of the day, and en-
The Rev. Earl E. Collins, birthday on March 11. tertainment will be providedby I: IN STOCK
the John Mathews Family, I ,., :
a nationally known group AIR
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from Nashville, Term., from HAVE BEENREDUCED SEE THE .
KEYSTONE MELROSE 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.' I .\ '
CONDITIONINGINSTALLED
The usual luncheon will be I: :NEW PRINCES* M :
served to the public at 12 noon.
Business DirectoryFISHERMAN'S A highlight of the day will be I .
the election of directors from I IN ANY HOUSEa/ .
three districts. In District 1
the incumbent Richard I 0 HOME 3 TON .
HARDWARE Murrhee is opposed by Ray

SUPPLIES GARDENSlim's Wingate.Keystone Both Heights.men are from The : 5320 N. W. 13th ST. 495.00 TOMORROW :

District 8 incumbent, C. N. 24x52.
Smith, and District 9 in- 377-1650
$I ,\t(1 e HARDWARE cumbent, Angus Hastings, I .
AHD had no opposition at the I. .

Fish-'N'-Stu.ff GARDEN CENTER district meetings. I. .


Live Minnows BaitCricketsShinnersWorms BENJAMIN A complete MOORE line or IIdw.PAINTS Man,22Charged :: NO. 773 RRIVIROR 24x60 No. 3303 TITIHN 12xEO :

Plumbing Electrical .
Supp.TACKLERODSREELS
Gro-Tone Fertilizers :. .

FISHING&HUNTING:. Insecticides; 3 BEDROOM, DEN, 2 BATHS, UL APPROVED .
LlCENSES-Al\1\IUNITION: Lumber&Building Materials, I. LOADED WITH ALL THE OPTIONS .
ICE IIwy 21 N.200 yds From light FURNISHED, AND TOTAL
Keystone Hgts. 473..357. Keystone Heights 413-3663 In B&E I II I: ELECTRIC. BUY AT 1972 PRICES, 15 YOU EXTRA THOUGHT FOR. YOU HAD TO PAY :

YEARS TO PAY.
CONTRACTORSBell One of three breaking and I. .
enterings in the City of Starke I
Electric Co Triangle "Rert < solve the by past the week Starke has Police been : 12,635No. oo o

Enterprise, Inc. Department. 4. .
W.Ben,Owner
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Lenford C. Terry, 22, of : :
Commercial Licensed-Insured Reno is now in the Bradford 8474 CHRMPION 12xGO No. 68320 CHRIVIPION
Residential Featuring County Jail after being
Repairs The Llndal Cedar homes arrested March 12 for : S5Ht2
Electrical Fixtures 413-2110 possession of stolen property 2 BEDROOM, CARPET, 2 DOOR T4-FT.

Keystone Hgts.473-3602 St.Rd 21 N.P.O. 413-35-12 belonging to Mustang Mobile REFRIGERATOR, DELUXE DINETTE 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, LARGE BAR
Homes N. Ave.
on1 Temple
Box 651 Most of the household items AND ALL THE STANDARD WITH BAR STOOLS, RAISED ROOF,
have been recovered, exceptfor FEATURES OF
CHAMPION CARPET MUCH MORE
a few small items, stated
I.
AUTO SERVICE Officer Investigator Denton I

DeVoe.Taken were almost $300 of I: 00 5BBEiDD \
KEYSTONE household items: three gold
Rubber Stamps Bedspreads, one white I.
AUTO SERVICE Bedspread,two Coffee Tables, I
two end Tables, one Night 1
Front End Alignment stand, two sets of dishes, two I one only1VIERDOW No. 13744 VILLIHGER 12x52

Speed Wheel Balancing arrangements lamps, four, a six-glass flower :I No.. 794D BROOK

Air Conditioning Service Te/elrtlp" decanter set, one candle and I 2 BEDROOM, CARPET, LEATHERLIKE
holder, and one black wooden 24x49
Brake ServiceLubricationOil jewelry box lined with red I FURNITURE, DELIVERY AND
velvet.On : 3 BEDROOMS, CARPET, BAR, 30 SET UP.i.A BIG BEND PRICE BUSTER
Change JOHNSON AUTO March 7, Terwillegar I
GALLON HOT WATER HEATER AND
Motors on W. Madison Street,
Tune Up TUNE-UP was broken into and robbed of I MUCH MORE
General Repairing- one alternator, one starter
Goodyear Tires Engines Rebuilt switch, one Polaroid camera, & !Il5DD I.
Minor Machine Shop Work one roll of film and two rat
Automatic Transmission- chets. I
Air Conditioning Officer DeVoe stated that
1 Blk. E.orr 21 and 1 Blk. Tires Batteries sometime during the night I:
N.Off loo Mon:Fri. 7:30A\I-4I: PM person or persons entered the No. 3246 TITIAN t2H&5 :
KEYSTONE lIGTS.0113..052 Sat.7:30-IPM building on the west side by
LAKEGF.NEVA .13..117. pulling a piece of tin loose :
I 3 BEDROOM 1 3.4 BATH 2 DOOR 14-
from the wall. Thieves broke WJ ,
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP into the cracker machine, the'I I. 44h 4 BEDROOMSWITH FT. REFRIGERATOR, 3rd CHAIR IN
parts room, and the front
office and went through the S DEN LIVING ROOM, OVER SIZE DINETTE
Richard T. Loyorn Nell'sReal drawers and took owner C. B.Terwillegar's .
and WITH LEAF, PLUS ALL THE
Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop film.On camera I. 2 FULL BATHS 4 BEAUTIFUL FEATURES OF TITIAN
March 11, AandK Feed I.
WITH 4 TONAIRCONDITIONER
LAKE PROPERTIES "Fora lovelier Store on West Andrews Street, ,
you" was broken into and robbed of '
RESIDENTIAL : Jk
Phone 415-2211 ,. one pony saddle, estimated at I 5847 .
BUSINESS-ACREAGE $40 and about $40 in assorted '
INSURANCE Between change, and also tho AandK I. 24x65 .

Keystone 1Igh. 473-3234 i checkbook. I
.73-4692. Keystone Heights ..... Officer J. L. Howard's I: DELIVERED :
CellaTerwillegar 964-5IU I\lelrose report stated that entry was No. 8269 CHRMPION 65x12
gained through a window on I
Edna Kn'pper .73-4111 : AND SET UP ON YOUR LOT
.
Martha Durbin 473-3362 the north side of the building.The I
Jim Fox 413..8. Beach Sand Terwillegar Motors and

C.B.McAfee 413..050S. AandK still Feed under Store investigation robberiesare I I Iby. : 1tl&l5DD"! 3 BEDROOMS, 30 GAL. HOT WATER :

E. McKAY REALTOR Fill Dirt Clay Fill .city police. HEATER 14-FT. 2 DOOR

MemberofSocielyor Tractor ork : 15 Year Financing REFRIGERATOR CARPET WITH :
Residential Appraisers II"
Happy NumbersFor DOUBLE PAD, GAS RANGE WITH .
Serving This Area For Land Cleared who still thinks I
anyone I. TIMER, BAR WITH BAR STOOLS
PLUS .
28 YearsMrs.Melbaligen that cancer is always fatal, the
473-7..0. Hank Bruning American Cancer Society re- I. ALL THE STANDARD FEATURES .
Mrs.Dolores Gilmore 473-3600 ports that there are 1,500,000 I.
YOU PAY
EXTRA FOR
Mrs.Joanne Gassett 413-1622 Americans alive today who are IN MOST .
Mr.Leslie Robinson 415-103 P.O. Box 41 cured of cancer. They knowI I. HOMES. .
HOMES that cancer is most curable I
ACREAGE
RENTALS phone 473.4761 when caught early and you : ALL PRICES :

Orrice Phone 473..S18. Lake Geneva should too. 00

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I II & W. fmrm Equipment C : SETUP :

IAIGE SUECTION Of NEW

I I TIACTOIS NOW IN STOU : DELIVERY AND BIG BEND :

i -- Quality Service I II


EQUIPMENT!, r Ollv.r A S S rvk CO.l t ? n equipment w & ut d MOBILE HOME SALES :s


HWY I3l| .
IdCrosse ; SATOH TIACTOIS

a 5320 N. W. 13th ST. :

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