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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 21, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Council S'R 16

I'': BradfordFair Okays Widening I


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Set April 3-6 '\" .; ned, with approval of the Starke city commissioners,

:, 'rottiniobJN.P' f .'<. by the state Department of Transportation this May.

, .fv ? 1..;..: .. City commissioners okayed the project Tuesday
Entering its 24th season the annual Bradford c .... night when assured by Deputy District DOT Engineer
County Fair is set to open its gates on Wednesday ./ Walter Skinner that no large expenditure will be
April 3, and run four days at the Bradford County -ti Al IttlC required of the city, that the widening will be done

Fairgrounds on North Temple Avenue in Starke. Q c !,yd 1 within existing right-of-way, and that relocation of

Fifteen hundred visitors are expected to kick off the city utility installations will be minor and that city

fair highlighted by the annual Rural-Urban Day picnic crews can do most of it.

sponsored by the Starke Rotary Club at noon. Ribbon S "There's no real secret about the 1 project? j t'L but we do
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cutting ceremonies by Miss Kathy Brown 1973 Straw-
want 10 Know wnere we are, -
berry Queen assisted by local officials will take placeat + 4 ,k Skinner told the commission

the entrance at 11 a.m. 4 .1Yt lnQt'1 N .{y 1 tb S' Tuesday night.
; < '1.4. Berries The commissioners had
Another highlight of the ,:e .' W Y raised an objection to the
opening day activities will be i project at previous meetings
the appearance of Miss 7MH r because no cost estimates had
Rebecca Ann King, Miss I A? Gone ever been given to the city and
America 1974, during the no funds had been included in
afternoon and evening. the present budget to providefor
Rebecca Ann is a regal, articulate Sites : the expenditure.
and beautiful young i' At a special meeting held
woman who truly enjoys the Until with the Board of County
opportunity of meeting people Commissioners and the DOTon
throughout our country. January 15, Mayor-
Becky has already traveled OK'dIn Commissioner Neil Tucker

with her family to every statein AprilStrawberry said, "There is no way, simplyno
the Union as well as to way, the city can become
Canada and Japan. As a involved in a large expenditure
result, she is anticipating with CityApproval production at the present time.
increased pleasure her year's ,p prh S .( q n copped-out in Bradford The city might consider an
traveling as the reigning Miss County this week due to a expenditure of $20,000 if that
America. has been grantedfor combination of circumstances would do the job."

,, Becky is the daughter of seven mobile homes to be including a near knockout of See )
Wylie and Grace King. A located within the Starke city bloom and young fruit by late Page
married sister, Mary Grace, limits for the first time in over February freezes, and a total
and a younger brother, David, seven months. lack of rain in March. 8 ArrestedIn
complete the family. In ad- Two consecutive 90-day The big-three growers, L.
dition to her many scholasticand moratoriums were imposedby M. Norman, Jr., Morris
musical honors, she was the city Adjustment Board Carter, and Lloyd Griffis -- Rash
selected as the Outstanding and backed by the Starke City marketing their berries on the
Senior t-H Girl for the State of Council while new zoning I Lawtey platform reportedless
Iowa when in high school. A regulations were being drawn. IThis than 500 flats harvested Of TheftsDuring
1972 graduate of Colorado The city is currently in ::..-- during the past week Duringthe
Women's College, Becky process of completely -- previous ten-day period the month of Marcha
would like to continue her rewriting its antiquated these three growers had total of have
education after her reign is zoning rules. "scrapped" about 3,700 flats. been arrested eight and persons
completed. If her ambition is The second moratorium For the little fruit that was chargedwith
realized, she will attend law ended February 7. The zoning group of students achieved straight A's during the Middle row, Deborah Bradley, Jennifer Jockel and Stella picked this week, growers breaking and entering or
school and practice law in a board waited until its March third six weeks grading period at Bradford High. They are (ti- llazen. Back row, Johnny Hobbs Mary Pearsall Bethr continued to gross from $4 to possession of stolen property
small town. Her ultimate goalis meeting to consider mobile ), bottom row, Darla Christopher and Laura Thomas. Chapman, Hjalmar McMillan and Phillip Jenkins. $4.50, a price range that has in burglaries connection which with took a rash of in
to eventually become a home applications, some of held since the first berries place
judge in a juvenile court. which had been pending were picked early in March. February and early March.

The visit of Miss Americato months, even though new 16 Earn Straigh t-A 's At BHSSixteen "Everybody started involved The most Lenford recent C. arrest of
Starke has been arrangedby zoning regulations are yet watering this week," Norman Starke who is accused Terry of
Mac Baldwin, local unwritten.The said. "We didn't realize the
Chevrolet-Olds Bradford High SENIORS office aide, and she is a -Mike Osteen, son of Mr. stealing articles from
dealer, and the board doing the plantsso
approved seven -A Hankerson member of the tennis team. and Mrs. Howard L. Osteen, drought was Mustang Mobile Homes and
visit this marks students earned straight A's n n a ,
the
year sixth of the bad until started lying
11 applications of Mr. and Mrs.Gloria Starke. Osteen's class is they the A and K Feed Store.
of some 1,200 attending for the daughter Mosley daughter
time that
Miss America has ? flat on the ground. I've
presented the
at Monday
Willie Hankerson of Starke. of Mrs. Annie Bell Agriculture Placement. Terry also admitted
cashing
graced the Fairgrounds. third six weeks, which ended Mosley, pumped about four inches of
night meeting.The January 18. Miss Hankerson's subjects Starke. Miss Mosley takesKatrina Co 1 Ie man, checks using a checkbook
Exhibits of livestock and water mine in the few
city disapproved a are teacher's aide and sewing. English and teacher's aide. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. on past stolen from the feed store.
other agricultural and home and the bushes look
request by Charlie Braswell to six weeks honor -Hjalmar McMillanForrest Trisler, son of Mr. Rudolph Coleman, Starke days, Jerome T. Turner, 19, of
products and crafts are expected place a mobile home on South roll, those earning grades of B daughter ot !Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ralph Trisler, Miss Coleman's classes are much better now Lawtey was arrested and
to be bigger this year, Epperson St. near Euclid St. or higher, numbered 94, about Merrill McMillan, Starke. Hampton. Trisler's subjects textile clothing, P. E. Aide at Norman still has some accused of breaking into John
according to Arthur Gaskinsof The following permits were seven percent of the student Miss McMillan's courses are are forestry, wildlife Starke Elementary, and qualms, however as to Sherman's store on SK-225
Lawtey, Fair Association approved: body. aide Aide. whether the plants are coming
bookkeeping, business i management ana library Library near Lawtey.
president. Many new Assemlyof Church, SR. Straight A students are: statistics, vocabulary review, for two periods. back into top production or Four men were connectedwith
(See Page ) 16and West Weldon St.; Virgil (See Page ) not. "There is considerable the burglaries of several
and Janie Heiken, north of W bloom, but they're not puttingout houses in Bradford County
Brownlee Rd. near the city in the crown like they including the homes of Jerry
limits; Gertrude M. Lee, east March 28 should," he said. "Maybe they Crenshaw, Keith Reddish and
of Colley Rd. near Powell St.; 5,000 Expected will improve after a good Ralph Bryan. Those arrested
Louis Ward, Orange St at watering, but I still don't look were: Virgil Stokes, 40;
Pratt St.; Roy Sellers, N. for any volume of fruit before Vernon Griffis, 29; David W
Geiger Rd.; O. P. Hutto, near April 1." Padgett, 21; and Glen D.
1 intersection of Grand and W Norman added that North Magari, 19.Magari .
1)Country Weldon; Bruce J. Scott, southof Carolina plants seem to be was released on
Billy Jackson's property on For Co-op's 1974 MeetingSome "blooming back" better than bond from the Bradford
Madison St. California plants. He wisheshe County jail and arrested by
The three permits disap- had stated irrigating at Keystone Heights police after
proved because signs were not least a week ago, but he just being spotted inside Cason's
to during break in the business is chairman of the Senate's The assembled
put up were: 5,000 are expected a Clay didn't realize the ground was Grocery Magari fled in his
Carnelius Thomas, north of eat a free fried chicken dinmeeting held under a huge important Ways and Means Electric guests will also hear as dry as it is until the plants car then ran into the woods
Davis St. at intersection of ner, vote on three trustee tent Committee, a member of the remarks by Trustee Chair started wilting. after being pursued by (Jf-
Dinner Grand; J. B. White, Polk St.; posts, listen to country music Nominations of trustees for Education Committee, and a man Zedra Hamilton, an Norman estimates that he, ficers.It .
John McSpadden, Brownlee by the John Mathews Family District 1, 8 and 9 will take member of the Rules Cornannual report by Co.Jpo Carter and Griffis have took the police and dogs
Sponsored by Rd. near city limits.Getting Nashville, and hear Sen. place early in the morning mittee which decides which Manager E. T. Martin, and a harvested about 225 flats per from 4:30: until 8 a.m. last
Woman's Club Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville business session. Voting will bills are considered by the treasurer's report by Tommy acre from their 57 acres so far Sunday to locate Magari who
SATURDAY March 30 next Thursday, March 28, at take place during lunch. Florida Senate Millican, assistant manager. this season, for a total of was transported to the Clay
-9:30 p.m. Gas Clay Electric Cooperative's The business meeting will Three district meetings around 13.000 flats. At an County jail, Keystone Police
36th annual at the coreconvene at 1 for the Sen. Saunders was first
meeting
p.m. of $4.25 flat this Chief
were held in late January to average per Leonard Jones said.
introduction of the Board of elected to the Florida Senate
Adults in Keystone
: 2.50 headquarters would mean a return of ap- City of Starke
nominate members to the police
Normal Trustees in 1968 and selected his
and was by
Children: $1.25 Nearly Heights. co-op nine-member board of proximately $46,000 for arrested two young men in
(under 10) Zedra Hamilton, president management, and for Sen. colleagues as second runner- trustees. berries handled at the Lawtey connection with the robbery of
Lines of cars waiting for a of the co-op's Board of Saunders' speech. The up for "Most Outstanding : platform. Williams in
The District No. 1 nomineesto Jewelry early
fill-up have become shorter v.'lll call the meeting Gainesville Democrat First-Term Member in 1969."
Dancing beginsat Trustees, "The old growers say that March. Marrerro
Richard Murrhee and Ray Joseph 17,
5:30 during March, and some local to order at 9 a.m. The fried represents 16 counties in He was chosen the "Second berries will make a yet," and
of a juvenile
both crop were
Wingate, Keystoneat seen
gasoline station operators chicken dinner will be served north-central Florida and has Term Member Showing the !
Norman said, "and I sure
Heights Due to a tie vote in jumping from the roof of the
CountryWesternB.nd report a return to almost noon, prepared and served risen to be one of the most Greatest Development" in (See Page ) hope they're right." store and later arrested.
normal operations in handling by Clay Electric employees powerful men in the state. He 1971.

Admission: 1.00 their gasoline allocations for .. .. .
this .
month. -
e
Some are fearful however Patten ]Distinguished Jurist Victim Ui dancer
Eastern Star that they will not have enoughto Judge George .
Covered last until the end of March. _
Dish Some operators have expressed Circuit Judge George L. Florida, graduating from high position he held until 1945. Judge Patten was a Tavares and Crawfordville,
SupperSaturday the hope that their Patten,64,who had served the school in Bushnell. He Returning to Starke, he member of the Florida, Iowa; two brothers, E. W,
allocations will be increasedsoon Eighth Judicial Circuit for received his law degree from resumed his law practice and American, and 8th Judicial Patten, Miami, and John
7:30p.m.Masonic as a result of the lifting of over 21 years, died Friday, the University of Florida Law served as attorney for the Circuit Bar Associations, and Patten, Tavares, and one
the Mid-East embargo.The March 8, in North Florida School in 1933 and. came to Bradford County Commission, was admitted to practice grandchild.
Hall ban on Sunday sales Regional Hospital, Gaines Starke in the same year to .,: was count prosecuting at. before the Supreme Court.At Funeral services were heldat
being rescinded by President ville, after a long bout with enter the private practice of attorney for the the time of his announced 2 p.m. Monday in the First
Masons and Families Nixon won't make any dif cancer.A law. While at the Universityhe City of Starke. He was a resignation, Judge John Baptist Church with the
ference to one operator. He resident of Starke since was prominent in campus ;w.l Mason, a Shriner, a past Crews chief judge of the pastor, Rev. Ben Bryant,
said he of .. president of the Starke Rotary officiating; assisted by Rev,
Invited to Attend could sell his 1933 Judge Patten had activities being a member Circuit praised Judge Pattenas
allocation during the week. resigned his post effective Blue Key honor society; Phi Club, and a member of the a "sensitive and dedicated John Talmage, pastor of the
csl.1ul1 Prices for regular gasolineare April 1 because of ill health. Alpha Delta, legal fraternity; f; First Baptist Church of jurist" whose and High Springs Presbyterian
ranging from 51 cents to S3 He was appointed circuit president of the Honor Court; : Starke. In 1966 he received the ability would learning be sorely Church, and Rev. H. G. Mc-
t (Qammunilytatt cents and for premium gradesthe judge in 1953 by then Gov.Dan and vice president of the ).t' Good Government Award missed. Donell, pastor of the
range is 54 cents to 59.9 McCarty and has won reelection student body, from the Junior Chamber of Presbyterian Church of
& Sank cents per gallon. to the post four times, Commerce, and was further Judge Patten is survived by McRae, Ga.Interment.
Local consensus among the the last two terms without In 1936 he became executive ew honored in being chosen to his wife, Helen; one son, was in Crosby
AN... ......U. dealers is a further advance in opposition. secretary of the Florida make the dedication addressof George L. Patten, Jr., of Lake Cemetery with DeWittC.

L....T.0.-....000 b... .c-.. retail prices continuing on into A native of Gulfport, Miss., Railroad and Public Utilities the new Bradford County Washington, D. C.; a sister Jones Funeral Home In
the summer months. he had lived most of his life in Commission in Tallahassee, a courthouse. Mrs. Tna Mae Davis of charge of arrangements.JULIAN .



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I Wedding Party EntertainedAt Crawford-Turner Date Set April 3 ADK Held In Jax

Rehearsal Dinner Katherine Sue Turner, Mr. Crawford graduated
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. from Bradford High School District II of Alpha Delta
Mr. and Mrs. M A. San- parents, the wedding party, Leon Turner of Austin, Texas, and is with the US Air Force, : Kappa held its annual meeting
and out-of-town guests, were and Stanley Laverne Bergstrom Air Force Base !
derson of Raiford were hostsat on March 9 in the Lake Shore
a dinner party Saturday seated at an U-shaped table Crawford,son of Mr. and Mrs Texas. United Methodist Church,
The head table was centered
night at the Garden Stanley Crawford of Starke, i aqi Jacksonville.
with an arrangement of will be united in on r
Restaurant following the marriage Sue Edenfield, district
wedding rehearsal of their yellow iris, pink carnations, Wednesday, April 3, at Zilker Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn en- chairman, presided over the
son, Marlie, and Miss Joyce and white, yellow and purple Garden Center, Rose Garden, tertained at a family dinner meeting. The program included
Denmark. pompoms. Down the length of Austin, Texas. Sunday for her son,Jimmy, on highlights from the
the tables was a garland of The bride-elect graduatedfrom his 23rd birthday Out-of-town
International
The 45 guests, who includedthe 1973 convention
honored couple, their leather leaf fern interspersedwith David Crockett High guests were Mr. and Mrs. presented by Sara Sova,
yellow pompoms School, Austin, Texas. Terry Yawn of Gainesville. Grand Vice President of Gulf
w i S u4 } 4 = mt States ADK, and a panel.
State President Laila Ojala

88" Tuxedo Sofa Bed was Gamma Lucille the featured chapter Payne was speaker.of elected Alpha

and installed as chaplain.

....J.1 "- .... Other district officers are
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__ Frances Kalv, chairman
Elizabeth Gibson, vice-
---'-= --- chairman; Ola Lee Means,
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recording secretary and Betty
Sands, treasurer.
Members from 16 chapters

I f f tl .r.. eluding attended the the following meeting from, the in.

rT local chapter: Ruth Frazier
: \T TAVOCADO Carole Shields, modeling for Eagle-DeVane of Starke wears one of 96 outfits paraded for an Frances Hamilton, Lucille\
audience of some 200 at the Junior Woman's Club annual spring fashion show last Thursday. Payne, Madge Middleton
Eunice Searing, and Lucile

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OR BLUE VELVET w

AVOCADO OR BLACK \ : auditorium of the Autry, and George Pierce. WOULD YOU BELIEVE
L Woman's Club of Starke was The five men topped off the
Large MatchingVINYL
Tub Chair transformed into a spring show with an original Can-Can 10,000 PRESCRIPTION DRUGS?!
garden Thursday night of last dance.
week for the annual "Swinginto The models fashioned T
Spring" fashion show and clothes from Stump's Z Some of these medicines are Identical,
spaghetti supper given by the Department Store, Leila's some differ slightly in chemical structure and
Junior Woman's Club. Dress Shop, Eagle DeVane's, many are combination of drugs But, one
r The stage depicted a garden The Clothes Corner, The thing 13 for sure, that your physician and 1
i setting with long rope swing Ladybug, and Stan's Bootery. pharmacist have to keep lip with a tremendous
number of products that are available to help
entwined with ivy and spring

...... flowers and white wroughtiron BCH Auxiliary y. fight illness. tal
With 2 furniture. The 40 or more And, each drug product has an identityall
r "" :' models walked through an ivy Plans its own. The place it is stored, the con
SupperThe
Sofa Pillows .. ''l."l''... covered arch and the walkwaywas tainer that it is kept in, how long it remains!
lined with a low white Bradford County potent, its! relation to other medicines, howit
[In Durable Vinyl Plastic or Velvet1 Solo Bed At OpensTo Nililot picket fence entwined with Hospital Auxiliary will have a must be handled regulations guiding its! use
and other factors. Being family
pink azaleas. covered dish supper and many your
Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed for The approximately 175 meeting Monday,March 25, at pharmacist Is a full-time job
comfortable sleeping and relaxing. The 88' guests were seated at card 7 p.m. in the Methodist i
Sofa opens to a full size double bed $199 tables centered with white Fellowship Hall Hostesseswill YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US)
upholstered in long-lasting vinyl plasticinyour burning tapers,encircled with be Mrs. George Canova, when you need a delivery. \Ve will deliver
pink azalea florets.Background Mrs Titus Olson, and Mrs. W. promptly without extra charge A great many
choice of today's most popular colors. music was A. Stern. people rely on us for their health needs. We
furnished by Mrs. Charles During the business welcome requests for delivery service and charge
Goodowns at the piano and meeting there will be a reportof accounts.
93" Sofa of Sheer Comfort James Lawson at the drums. the nominating committee, .
Spanish Mrs Robert Autry was election of officers, annual
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fashions modeled by
RED 7 / adAc Dansby, who is seriously ill, in e'' e !
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Luncheon Given For Miss Denmark Bridesmaids Luncheon! {II
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Miss Barton At White HomeMiss Miss Joyce Denmark was bridal attendants with ,Silver
honored at a bridesmaid charms, and to Miss Denmark
Mary Ann Barton at 12:30: p.m. given by Mrs. i4 t luncheon last Saturday at the they gave silver wedding bell
March 30th bride-elect of Dr. Warren Ebling and Mrs. Olin I Crawford-Davis Garden Restaurant given by charms as a memento of the
L. F. Radke of Altamonte White at the home of the latteron i, ,1t Mrs. J. E. Denmark, Mrs. Joe occasion.
Springs, was honored at a Lake Street. Miss Linda a Wedding April 1 12 Thomas of Crescent City, Miss
delightful luncheon Saturday Powell and Miss Susan Ebling Sue Morris of Pompano Maxie CartersTo
assisted in serving the guests. Miss Donna Yvonne Davis, Beach, and Mrs Franklin
The head table and the three daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Weisgerber of Keystone Celebrate
card tables were covered Robert Heights.[ _
FLORIDATHEATRE O. Davis of Starke,and
alternately with white and Douglas Crawford, son of Bridal place cards marked Golden WeddingMr.
green avril rayon and mono : Gerald Crawford and the late the seating arrangement of
santo polyester lace trimmed t Crawford of the 18 guests at the T-shaped
Mrs. Lois and Mrs. Maxie Carter.Sr .
cloths. The head table was table. The head table held an
J Theressa, will be united in will celebrate their 50th
centered with a silver bowl ,1 marriage Friday, April 12, at7pm. arrangement of white daisies wedding anniversary on
FRI.SAT SUN holding an arrangement of in the Lake Butler and blue pompoms and down Sunday March 24,from two to
white and lavender the length of the long table
yellow Church of Christ with a five o'clock at a reception
daisy pompoms with baby's in the was a blue satin streamer
reception following their children and
by
IBIIT LANIIISTEIlB.aIER'RYAII breath, and centered with two jYj/ church educational building.All decorated with white daisies. grandchildren given at the home of
wedding bells. The hostesses presented the
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter.
The individual tables
were : friends and relatives are Jr., 1710 E. Call Street.
WILL GEEII centered with crystal and invited to attend. Mrs. W. F. Herlong spent All friends and relatives are
silver] containers holding last week with her sister, Mrs. cordially invited to attend.
'
yellow, white and lavender Corine Purvis in Gainesville.
daisy pompoms and baby's f"
breath. Place cards markedthe MWMMyHMMHMMWMHMMMM
seating arrangement for
the 18 guests. Important
White daisy corsages were ,.> t ''':''''
presented to the honoree and ; .H 0,]"
her mother, Mrs. Claude II. ,:.,' ::rt
.
Barton. The hostesses also ',..' -, NOTICE
presented Miss Barton with a ',".
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Sunbeam Mixmaster as a .

memento Out-of-town of the guests occasion.were \ ;6Fi r. i April 1st Is The Deadline For Filing ExemptionsIn

Mrs. Claude H. Barton and
Miss Dana Barton, sister of Original Can-Can GirlsThese Bradford County:
the honoree, of Jacksonvilleand
Keystone Heights. five "ladies" treated l the Spring Fashion Show audience to an original version of the
Miss Barton will be Can-Can.The chorus line (I-r) is Vince Spengler Bob Autry George Pierce Ralph Bryan, and
remembered as the 1970 Sherrod Hamilton. Homestead Widows And Or DisabledHgricultural
Bradford County Strawberry
COLOR A Nal'onal' General'Releuea _F.hlinff__ _and.__ _Mrs_____ White... m___ Country Dance Exemption
me>
I A Country Dinner with planned by the Woman's Clubof Achievement for Community Zoning
home style cooking, is being. Starke for Saturday Improvements Project from
FRI. SAT SUN. March 30, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. the General Federation of Personal Returns
Tangible
Property
at the club house, followed by Women's Clubs and Sears,
dancing at 8:30: with a country Roebuck and Company
western band. Mrs Palmer Wilhams, !Mrs.
J. D. Seymour and Mrs
Tickets Mrs.may Douglas be purchasedfrom Hardy, Gilbert Goldwire were voted No Exemptions Can Be Allowed Unless The ApplicationIs
of the club.
from into membership
finance chairman or
+ members of the club for $2.50, Signed.
adults and children under 10
r for $1.25. Dancing tickets are Mrs, Lavon Andrews, !Mrs
$t per person. J. E (Hardy and Mrs. T C Those Not Filing Tangible Personal Property Returns
The International Affairs Han Jr. attended the tour of
I department of the club, under the DuPont Epping Forest Will Be Penalized 25% Of Our Estimate Of Just Value.
Mrs. A. Russell Norman,
b .d estate on Wednesday spon-
I chairman presented the sored by the Jacksonville
IPGI-_ A PIC'JREr NATIUNALENENAIL REIN:. > program at the March lun Garden Club. All Agricultural Zoning Applications Must Be ReturnedTo
r'm' tEChWCOIJR \//I' cheon-meeting on Wednesdayof
SpcLcL \ last week. James E. Lawson, a 196-4; Allow
The speaker's table was graduate of BUS, graduatedtrom Agricultural ExemptionWHEN
301 covered with a white cloth and Jacksonville Universityin
\ held a low center December, majoring in
E'
3p 5 fi arrangement of spider mums accounting. lie is the son of
96p flanked at each end by small :Mrs Mildred Lawson and the f'.v. \\% \)(
DRIVEINFRI flags of foreign countries. The late W. E. Lawson. James his \o
individual luncheon tables wife. Barbara, and daughter .. .. e SeSs
held centerpieces of clustersof Kimberly Denise reside in \\ c:
foreign dolls made by Jacksonville. Barbara is the
SAT l lr children in the local daughter of !Mr and :Mrs BobEdwards
t Jacksonville
of
elementary schools.
.. Interesting articles, pur-
Sec I)
L Page
chased abroad were on ,
o' display A foreign menu was ------
r served and recipes of the
4I various dishes were offeredfor
sale Mrs. Norman
presented an interesting
program of slides made on a
I f. ra1.V
trip to Norway.) eaturedere
\\ beautiful scenes of the 0
home of Edward Grieg, noted
!Norwegian composer !Mrs.
.t.tTI.
Mona Canova played two ofGrieg's

BLOSSOM INTO A RE- compositions on the
piano entitled! "Elfin Dance"
FLOWERYLOOK
..Dwcto? Coep.rpcnnl, FRESHING. with spaced 1 and "Birdlmg."
and o' \ !Mrs Guy Sale gave the
floral
RTAM i'M3ALA .. pants zip invocation and devotional,
Jacket. You'll look gar-
,\ and !Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton
raona den fresh in this multi .
color duo Perfect lor ..... presided! over the business
IAM07KHrr.MCTI. the romantic your" Both .t' meeting.. :Mrs. Hamilton
.M in sizes 5-6 to 1516. 1\ fi : announced that the club had
A rib stencil cream tie received a Citation of

i '"P....I shirt fashion sparkles message out your All f. { ... :\ ,

I from College-Town, the ,
W.... fashion leader\ I,(>00- COUNTY TIIK: BHIKKI TELE(;R\I'II

I ..,. ,".,.", STORE NAME Published\erj Thursdayat
1.18: W'. Call StrrrtStu
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PLUS ,'
Blouse '8 \ at Starke FloridaSubscripttonRate'
/
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$3.311th months
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SUN & MON ...c" ,...... Hours Outside trade area: Si.UO
9.00 5:301Mon: Sat L J) per year: $1.011 six monthsDraperies

Who Put a White Cop On The I YOUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE!
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Biggest Block Rip oil 01 The Decade?

y \ \.
F I wcI \J .. ;\ Raising a child can be a wonderful ex is protected by an agency of the Fed-

I perience in the life of a family. But it's eral Government up to $20,000,00
I //I
That's wise plan As increases, might
expensive why parents your money you
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\N.C ularly at Guaranty Federal Savings and anty Federal's savings certificate plans
1 1I 1I
Loan. ... that way, your money grows even

I \, faster!
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DETROIT .
I = 3 ( At Guaranty Federal, money invested Your child's future..is there a better

9000 in a high interest passbook account reason to saveStop by Guaranty Fed-

A City Torn Apart I SaleBeautiful I II grows fast..earning 5 1/4/ % compounded eral soon. Five convenient offices to

PANAVISIONCOLOR. I 1 daily! Each insurable acccount serve you!
IRI -*>.'.:::!..'.%.._-I_ I\ Burlington Fabric Draperies by Weeks
: ::

Floral & Solid I P.I Guaranty FederaL'Mee. .

1 I II .

SUN a MONIMETROCOLORI -, Lj-1:: Savings and Loan Assoc.

I Poly Lined Reg. On Sale For I II 1

I For Year H9S I II The Friendly Savings Center 1' '

$498
I Around Comfort FIRST QUALITY Downtown drivo-up window closed duo to construction. torryl) .

N I I II All other branch drive-ups oponl

I UNBREAKABLE POLYETHYLENE Gainesville: 220 N. Main Starke: 395 W. Madison

3501 W. Univ. Ave. Keystone Heights: Lawrence: Blvd. and
I S.W. Archer Rd.
3300
Kitchen Ware
I II Sylvan WayMarch

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TELEGRAPH Ilareh2b197d
Page4 Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
Hamilton and son, Jim, spent
Family Dinner At Home (F.om Page 3)) :
Plans
Altar the weekend with Mr.
I Society and
Mrs. Mark Hamilton in
Activities For Lent Season Of J.E. Denmarks Attending the Florida Tampa. The Hamiltons
Guard.conference in
National brought their grandchildren,
Mrs. Michael Gilhooly Mrs. Shaller and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. S. G. Denmark members of the wedding Tallahassee from Friday to Janice and Jason, home with
presided at the Altar Society Francis Meng were appointedto and Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Den- party. Sunday were LTC and Mrs. V. them for several weeks' visit
held Tuesday the Nominating Committeeto mark entertained at a family Assisting in serving were J. Spengler, Capt. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Patray while Mrs. Mark Hamilton
evening meeting, March 12, in St. present a slate of officers at dinner party Sunday eveningat Mcs. Joe Thomas of Crescent James Reddish, Maj. and Mr. and Mrs. George Cable and family of Huntsville, Ala. undergoes surgery.
Edward's Parish Hall The the next meeting scheduled'or the home of the latter on City and Mrs. Franklin Mrs. Drew Reddish, Col. and and Alan and Richard visited his parents, Mr. and
2 in the parish hall. of Mrs. II. M. Matcher, Maj. and Harrison of Fort Lauderdale Wilkinson, from
Altar Chairman, Mrs. Lester April Parker Street, following the Weisgerber Keystone Mrs. Peter Recent weekend guests of
Humphries, reported that Father Cregan urged Denmark-Sanderson wedding Heights. Mrs. Don Reardon, Col. J. A. spent the weekend with Mr. Saturday to Tuesday of last Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst and
Mrs. Robbie Shaller took care members to observe Lent by reception.The Griffin, CW2 and Mrs. A. J. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison.Mr. week, and also visited Dr. and family were Mr. and Mrs.
of altars during January and attending daily Mass, making buffet table and seven Eaves, W03 Albert Foster, Mrs.J.W Patray and Mr. and Robert Hurst of Charleston, S.
and Mrs. L. A. Weeklyof
February; Mrs. Joseph Gissy frequent visits to Church, dining tables were set up in W04 and Mrs. Albert Lee Ocala Sunday visitorsof Mrs. J. H. Gassett at Hut- C and Mr. and Mrs. James
this work in March, participating in Stations of the Crosby, WOl and Mrs. were Lake.
is doing the carport.. The buffet table, chinson Hurst and three children of
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes.
Mrs. John Samons and Mrs. Cross Wh: iisat 7 p m. covered with a white linen Townsend Strickland, Maj. Frostproof
Richard Welty \olunteered to as well a ViMting:: the sick and cloth centered with an Jim Bloodsworth, WO1 and Mr. and Mrs. A Russell
have altar care in April. It helping those in n ed. Adult was of white daisies Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Jr., Mrs. Bobby Welch and Norman were in Orlando Mrs. J. C. Stephens un-
was mentioned that providing religious instruction classesare and arrangement blue WOl George Winkler, W04 children of Savannah, Ga are Sunday where Mrs. Norman derwest surgery Tuesday of
flowers (to be used on the held each Sunday eveningat 35 pompoms.The included the Mr. and Mrs. Wesley and !Mrs. Bob Paterson, W03 spending Wednesday to attended the state scholarship last week in St. Luke's
altars) for special occasions 7 p.m., and any interested Denmark guests families and Thomas of Gainesville announce Otto Siemer, LTC and Mrs. Sunday with her parents, Dr. meeting of the Delta Kappa Hospital.
such as birthdays or anniversaries person Is invited to attend in the birth of a Robert Jackson and JLT and and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. Gamma Society (See Page 8))
would be an and appropriate the parish hall.Father Eastern Star daughter, Barbara Ann, on Mrs A. D. Whisler Jr. .
gesture Cregan encouraged March 12 in Shands Teaching
welcomed. Mrs. Johanna members to attend Holy Week Hospital, Gainesville. Mrs Joe Thomas of
Christensen offered to provide Services to be held at the Plans SupperStarke Grandparents are Mr. and Crescent City and Mrs. Newell
flowers for the altar on March Methodist Church and to be Mrs. Nick Thomas, Starke, Alderman of Wildwood were WELLS ELECTRIC
17 when her recently ordained conducted by members of the Chapter 224, Order of and Mr. and Mrs. charles weekend guests of Dr. and.
son Father Bill Christensen,,, Bradford County Ministerial the Eastern Star, will have a Boyer, Pennsylvania. Mrs J. E. Denmark.oooooooooooooa .
would be from St.
visiting
Alliance,April 8 through April covered dish Satur-
supper
---
-- -
Louis and concelebratingMass
with Father James 12. announcedthat day, March 23,at 7 p. m. in the OOCOOrI I
Mrs. Gilhooly Masonic HAil. All Masons and SERVICEElectrical
Cregan. plans were nearly DAY CARE
invited to
their families are I
Mrs. Robbie Shaller was completed for the St.Patrick's S.
appointed to be in charge of Dinner and Dance attend. CENTER
ordering articles for the
Parish Contractors
held at St. Edward's
religious goods available for FROM ARM BABIES roe
March 16. Wallie
Hall on I
Hospital Teenage
sale in the parish hall.
Mrs. Gladys Weldun Charron and his committeewere TO SCHOOL AGECONS9'ANT ..-... .
of food teen
requested that comfort bags in charge Volunteers MeetThe
be turned in soon for preparation. CARE- BALANCED SNACKS \eS

distribution to patients at the NOW OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. \\o\1t 1 \.t
Teenage Volunteersmet 2
Veterans Hospital in Lake Miss Carol Hardy -.
with Mrs. Lawson lee
Jimmy
City. Mrs. Weldon invited
REASONABLE RATES c
members to attend the address Guest Of Honor Monday night of last week ;)er
to be given by Dr. Jean with Mrs. Linda Johns, WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
Mundy on behalf of the sponsor. Eleven members RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL
Nursing Council on March 21 AtluncheonMiss were present. THEIR PROBLEMS ( )
at the Starke Agricultural The girls made St. Patrick's
Building Carol Hardy, March 29 tray favors for the Bradford Greater Bethlehem FreeWill rg."' .t r DIAL 9646061SERVING
Mrs. Rudy Chism reportedon bride-elect, was complimented County Hospital patients -=i
corporal works of mercy at a lovely luncheon during the meeting.Mrs. Baptist Church STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
conducted for local sick, Saturday given by Mrs. Curtis Lawson served 964-5136 1. l' 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
ST. ASH
1101 CHESTNUT AT ST OR
and Mrs. R. A. Greenat
lonely and bereaved citizens. Sanders refreshments during the
Mrs. Lester Humphries the home of the latter on N. social hour. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866- P.O. BOX 607
reported that eleven Altar Walnut Street.
Society members had at- The 14 guests were seated at
tended the recent successful the dining room table which
World Day of Prayer services was covered with a blue linen
conducted at St. Mark's cloth trimmed with Alencon
Episcopal Church. lace. Centering the table wasa
Mrs. Welty made an appealfor long arrangement of pink
usable infants and sweetheart roses and baby Put life in house with
children's clothing to be breath flanked by two five- new a

distributed Catholic Charities.on behalf ol branch pink tapers.silver candelabra with your

Mrs. R Richards volunteered The guests included Mrs.
to have charge of the Charles Hardy, mother of the
bake sale and coffee after honoree, Mrs. Hardy's
Mass on St. Patrick's Day, mother, Mrs. G. E. McGauleyof
assisted by Mrs. Richard Palatka, and Mrs. Robert
Coss, Mrs. Weldon, and Mrs Milner mother of the
Humphries.Mrs. prospective groom.
Welty outlined plan; The hostesses presented the
for the Parish Carnival to bEheld honoree with a round silver
in the near future wit!I bowl and matching silver
the help of Mrs. Gissy, othe vegetable dish as a mementoof
parishioners and friends. the occasion.
Mrs. Humphries too Home

reservations Coast Deanery for the meetin Eas rJ: Wd)

scheduled for March 20 at St
Patrick's Church i il 11 Local admittances to
Jacksonville. Bradford County Hospital this
week include: Leslie Nugent,
Mrs Victoria Hall, Angela
Manning Mrs. Ruby Johns,
Milton J. Griffis, Gaston
Lalanne. Robert L. Kitchensand
John Lee, Jr., Starke;
!Mrs Frances Livingston, HonieLoa1t
Keystone Heights; Sheila
Starling and Mrs. Murlar

.... Norman, Lawtey; and
Ask Q Charles North, Lake Geneva.

\I Home this week on spring
break from the University of
CharleyE. South Florida are David
.; McKnight, Brad Carter,
\ Gayle Hatcher, Debbie '
Thomas. Linda Haas, Gray
Johns .tI Flynn and Greg Reddish.
.. I !
Mr and Mrs. Merritt
Williams were Friday night
This Question
About : and Saturday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Linton Taylor in
Milwaukee: banker and Jacksonville.

political leader was sued
Misses Cindy Mitchell,
for $200,000 in a libel Debbie Spengler and Anne
action. The jury awarded Haynes of North Florida
$275,000. Does this pointup Junior College were home for
the need for excess or the weekend.

umbrella liability insurance Mrs Myrtle Anderson spent
for business and last Thursday and Friday with


professional Charley people E.?" Mr Callahan.Mrs.and. John Mrs. E.John Patterson Andersonin of Right now is the best of all timesto


Kane. Pa. is on an extended
visit with her sister Mrs. A J.
JOHNS AGENCY Barry and family. Mrs.

131 SO WALNUT ST Barry gave a small birthday modernize home--
party Sunday for her son,
your
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I THAN 50% OF OUR SAVINGS


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ARE REFILLS. ,
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regularly JUSTABLE GRIDS 9 \ONE 09REG
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LIMIT ONE
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back again care In filling yourprescriptions REG. 12,88
take the same
We -
doctor took examining 1.89
as be your sure you're getting just _ _ _ _
You can WITH r-: ,
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what he ordered,from Eckerd People Druqs.simpl I HINGED I CHAR-BASE REG.79' 58C I f-.E -- -
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P ultt'K TELEGRAPH Marrh?!. l ,
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7iCouncil S ------------------------------
II ; UKays; K-16Project to hear out
t .. over the Seaboard Coastline the commissioners and property terminated by the Starke
railraod."I the appraisers Police Department. Gainey
Henry dock has with the DOT engineers on the Silcox, speaking to DOT'S owners on the Reno sewer has been employed as a
read in the that the
(from Page 1)) paper The project is being for about
project and to provide the Walter Skinner said, "While project. patrolman two and a
DOT is going to re-surface 301 until a site can be
17 reasons why you "In designing the plans for commissioners with the you are here I woull like to askif through the city, and if so, Is secure for a lift station that half years, and his serviceswere
the widening project on SR-16, amount that they will have to the DOT has any funds for there any way that we can get the specifications call for. terminated last week.
we have used the right-of-way provide for the expenditure. the construction of an over- our $2,300 back that we have -Set March 26 for a hearingto Gainey's hearing will also be
should come to that we already have and no Specifications for the underpass that will just in repairing the of
us ? SR-16 pass or spent be held at the request held at the special meeting on
other will be required. We will project will provide for the rebuilding help us get over the railroad surface?" Commissioner Tom Gainey, City Patrolman, March 26.OeWtCones.
for income need some construction" and widening from tracks during an emergency" Charles Schaefer asked of whose services have been
tax help. easements, though. Skinner US-301 to the to the Skinner. _.
referring
northwesterly Silcox was ------- -----------------
said Tuesday. city limits near the Green many times that the long "Yes and No," replied
Reason 1. We are income tax "The plans call for a Acres Subdivision. freight trains passing throughthe Skinner. "Yes,we are going to r
minimum re-location of power There will be two driving city had blocked all the re-surface 301 beginning in
specialists. We ask the right lines," continued Skinner. lanes, two parking lanes, streets and causing delays in July, and no, you can't get
questions. We dig for every honest After a review of the curbs and gutters and emergency vehicles reachingthe your money back," Skinner Funeral Home
deduction. We want to leave specifications with Engineer sidewalks on both sides of the scenes of several ac said.
no Craig Batterson, Street street for the 1.35 miles In- cidents. "Let me put it this way. If '
stone unturned to make sure you Superintendent Sanford Hicks volved. Skinner said that he wouldbe we should put a new top on 301 STARKE F HONE 9646200RENTAL
pay the smallest legitimate tax. and the DOT engineers, DOT engineers estimate glad to look into the federal right now, how long would it I I
Batterson said "I don't see that the total cost of the aid fund availability, and said be before you would be j HOSPITAL REDS. WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS
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appears that only about 10 or February 22 that they will commissioners have In other actions Tuesday 473-3176
12 poles will have to be re-set advertise for bids in May, had under consideration for night the CommissionersSet : j ] PHONE
and the city's" line crew can 1974.Commissioner some time the construction of Tuesday March 26,
handle that. Vernon an overpass or an underpass for a special called meeting of
"Some money may have to
be expended in lowering one of
the gas lines just off US-301 for
about 300 feet," Battersonsaid.
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will have to spend more than
D JsL a L. $10,000 on the project, and can
perhaps get by with as little as

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2111 N. Temple Ave. Starke The Rotary Club's chicken (From Page 1)) Theresa McWilliams, Sallye
exhibitors will be on hand to dinner on oepning day will be Meng, Diane Moore, Lisa
Your Headquarters For All Your add variety and color to this served from noon 1pm., -Mary Pearsall, daughterof Newman, Telia Norman,
ever popular event. according to Rotary President Mrs. Juanita Pearsall, Richard Passwater, Terry
Pete Briggs Fun Zones will Harry Hatcher. Cokes will be Starke. Miss Pearsall's Roberts, Joe Sapp, Debra
Fla. Peat WeedEBBB again operate the midwaywith available from the Starke classes are bookkeeping, Scott, Lawrence Sherman,
: Cow new rides concessionsand Interact Club, the Rotary's business math and clothing Deborah Shuford, Deborah
Humus Feed attractions for the 1974 junior counterpart. Proceeds -Stella Hazen, 16, daughterof Starling, Carol Sweat, Landa
Organic Manure Fair Reduced price from the dinner will go to one Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen, Thornton, Nanette Tomlinson,
amusement ride tickets for of Club civic Starke. Miss Hazen takes Bruce Tucker, Debra Vickery,
Rotary
BU BAG 98c PER BAG $595 50LBBAG $469[ 50 LB BAG$298 children, five rides for a projects.many sewing, teacher's aide, Charlotte Whitehead, Robin
dollar, can be purchased at Dinner tickets may be poetry,typing, and shorthand. Williams, David Eunice,
the Chamber of Commerce purchased for one dollar from Deborah Napier, Lindsey
PLANTS anions Tomatoes office between 9 am and 5 any Rotarian or at the main JUNIORS Thornton, and Abie Williams
Tomatoes;; p.m daily except Saturday, gate of the Fairgrounds. -Jody Harper, 16, Juniors Susan Faulkner,
C BUNCH\ $159 until 5pm., April 2, the day daughter of Rev and Mrs. Eve Futch, Susan Hewett
Egg Plants 15 $129 BUNCH before the fair opening Downtown Stores George Harper, Starke. Miss Becky Hutchins, Mona
Reduced price tickets cannot Harper's classes are SpanishI Marchant, Debbie Mitchell,
Bell Peppers I Cabbage Rnnuals be purchased at the Chemistry, American Donna Pauley, Helen Pear-
e8 fairgrounds and will not be Opening Wed. P.M. History, Humanities, Algebra sall, Jan Searle, Joy Starling,
Hal: Peppers BUNCH $129 DOZ. $109 sold after April 2, according to More downtown Call II and American: Literature.Miss Shelia Starling, Diane Yawn,
John Myers, general merchants Harper and Miss Rhoda Jones, Randall Kelly,
Street are staying
manager. McMillan are the only two to Kathy Comerford, JosephCox
Our Servicer Include Tractor Mowing: FREE ESTIMATES' Ride tickets at reduced open on better Wednesday afternoonfor con earn consistent A's all through and Ralph Osteen.

Sodding-Sprigging Dozer Work Landscape Design prices will also be sold in venience, according to the their high school careers" Sophomores Robert Best
Bradford schools Andrew
County -Johnny Hobbs, 16, son of Michael Cooney
,* Lawn Maintenance Backhoe Work Landscaping 964-8104 starting Monday March 25, Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce.County Mr. and Mrs Johnny Hobbs, Crews, Teresa Devore,
Starke. Hobbs' classes are Deborah Douglas, Cynthia
Data Tech., Algebra II, Edwards, Edward Frampton,
Debate, American Historyand Cindy Gissy, Julie Griffis,
Advanced P. E. Beverly Meng, Danette
-Phillip Jenkins, 16, son of Rodrigue Elisabeth Scott,
Mr and Mrs. Jay D. Jenkinsof James Stalnaker, Judy
Starke. Jenkins' classes are Thomas, Larry White, and
Data Tech., Algebra II, Samuel King.Freshmen .
Debate, American Historyand Ann Allen
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 TO 9 Advanced P. E Pamela Chapman, Susan

-Beth Chapman, 16, Edwards, Lisa Ekard, Karen
SUNDAY 12 TO 7 Kraco daughter of Mr and Mrs. A, Glover, Eoline Green, Ruth
8 Track Stereormm"1J W Chapman, Raiford. Miss Hazen, Nancy Hildreth,
Chapman takes Algebra III, Danny Jones, Bret Marchant.
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i vanced P. E and American Lynn Pierce, John Samons,
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"I I Literature. and Ricky Brown.
e.. In--I. --:! with black and chrome finish.
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Human Physiology,
'r. / > $3788 Driver's Education, P. E, the election held in Mid
Algebra II, Teacher's Aide, dleburg the names of the two
_. and Language Usage. candidates will be listed on the
'd -Laura Thomas, daughterof ballot in alphabetical order
I DANNAMERICMR4 Kracoe Door Mount Mrs. Seleeta Thomas, District No 8 nominee is C
Starke. Miss Thomas' classesare N Smith and District 9
SPEAKERSBe Spanish I, Chemistry, P. nominee is Angus Hastings.
E, Vocabulary, Algebra II, Members may:: also be
and Office Aide. nominated from the floor at
4 I the annual meeting.The .
@ 5. Speakers $499 FRESHMENDeborah : gospel singing John
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-' grill. daughter of Mr, and Mrs made over 300 personal
Clyde Bradley of Starke. Miss appearances during the past
#KS-150f Bradley takes General year, traveling extensively in
-n j Literature, Home EC, World 35 states and Canada. They
History Algebra II, :Modern were selected "Most
Science and P. EDarla Promising Talent 1973" by the
Christopher, 15, Gospel Music Association
daughter of Mr and Mrs Other events of the day
Decorator Thomas Christopher Starke. which entices more people to
4 Her classes are Spanish, Keystone Heights than any
iW centers Magnolia Algebra I, World History other day of the year, includes
Hanging Debate Modern Science, andP sk.vhigh bucket rides and
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. -m: : : .land.. sales l.. December Land Sales Saratoga Heights, $16,000.
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reached a total of $621,500 in Largest transaction in figured from documentary tax portion of land lying In the P.John Torode A.,grantors Torede and to Sam Sarah 1\1,
Bradford County, $199,400 December was the $135,000 stamps affixed to deeds filed City of Starke, $If.OO. Griffis and Dorothy Dixon
more than November's sales sale of 13,400 acres of land in the county clerk's office. Lake Properties, Inc. Griffis. grantees one block of
of 455100. which is lying East of SR-21 in Listed are the sales of $1.000 grantors, to Jacques R. Knight's Subdivision, $6,500.
Starting with January. the Bradford County. The land and over: Caldwell and Mary Frances Container Corporation of
monthly totals are: January was sold by Double Eagle, Linnie DeSue, grantor, to Caldwell, grantees, 12 lots of American (a Delaware
$187.2.U. February U8.800: Inc.. grantors to Geneva Leo DeSue and Barbara Smokerlse Subdivision, Corporation), grantors, to
!March$27:1.750.: April $63.500(; Lake Estates $24.000.
grantees. DeSue, grantees, 13 acres Ruth Powel grantee, a
lIay121.000.\ June $40ti.200, Second largest transaction lying in Bradford County, Verdo Salter and Hazel of land lying south of
July $575.046. August $767.200, was the$110,000 sale of a large 3000. Salter, grantors, to Oscar L. parcel .
$18.000.Layton
September $1I51.\lOO! \ October parcel of land lying west of Belco Enterprises, Inc., Wells and Edna Wells SR-235 D. Whitehead and
$5J7.000. November $422,100 us-aol in Bradford grantees, a parcel of land
County. Starke, grantors, to Dudley P. Sadie L. Whitehead, grantors
and December $612.500. 1\173\ The land was sold by Lynn Hardy and Linda 1\1. Hardy, lying west of SR-16, $16,000. to Lawrence Brasington ant
land sales totaled $6,633,239. Hall, Lillian L. Hall, and R. N. grantees, a portion of Country Walalce A. Wise and Linda Grace Brasington, grantees,
IIaland sales were the flail, Starke grantors to J. Club Estates, $6,000. H. Wise, grantors, to James lot on Indian Beach, I
highest sales In 1973 due to Brooks Brown and Jack 11.Courtray. John H. Dykes and Carolyn E. McKelvey and Gloria B. one I I

several transactions of a large Jacksonville. C. Dykes, grantors, to Earl McKelvey, granteees, one lot 24000.Edward C. McMurray and I
parcel of land. Prices of transactions are David Williams grantee a lying In Saratoga Heights Dorothy McMurray, grantors,
-- -- -- - - - - - - - - $17(00.( )(
0000 ooooaI I to Harold V. Smith and Mary
Russell T. Smith and
Mary
Jeann Smith, grantees, a
Frances Smith
grantors, to
of land lying in
Mary D. Brown, grantee, a Bradford parcel County, $4,000.J. March Is Youth Art Month and an exhibit of artwork done by elementary school students In
ReElectiS portion of land lying west of C. Griffis and Patsy T. the county Is on dlRplay In the Florida Bank at Starke.Students putting up the art display In the I
US-301, $19,000. Griffis, grantors, to Michael photo above are: Tonny Diggs and John Tlnsler from La\\tey Elementary, Shl'rra Molt from I
I Carl Correll and Laura L. A. Nemeth and Margaret Ann Southside Elementary, and Cathy Martin from Starke Elementary.: Instructor Phyllis Talley Is
Correll, grantors, to Ralph E.
at
extreme right.
,
Nemet, grantees one acre
I Heck and Roxie M. Heck lying in Bradford County, Youth Art Month Is observed to emphasize the value and Importance of getting children Into
>> grantees, a parcel of land $6,000. good art programs, Mrs. Talley says. Art can be the means of a student learning that individual .
lying in Bradford County, differences and choices are what make a person unique, the Instructor points out.
10800. Belco Enterprises, Inc., Bradford's school system has an art program at each school level. The elementary school art
Jewelle H. Crawford, grantors, to John E. Watson, all rive schools. :\Irs.
% program Is conducted by a traveling art teacher who goes to elementary
grantor, to Marian J. III and Jane A. Watson, Talley spends 30 to-iO minutes In each classroom twice a month doing art projects that give the
Garland, grantee, a parcel of grantees a portion of Country students an exposure 10 various art elements and media used 10 create artwork and express
land north of Edwards Road, Club Estates, $6,000. feelings.Mrs. .

$10.000. Haywood Brooks and Barbara O'BrIan conducts the art program at Bradford Middle School. ThIs program Is I
James A. Christmas and Wilhelmenia Brooks, gran- structured 10 help students become aware of art, to learn to appreciate art, and 10 Rain some
Edna G. Christmas, grantors, tors, to Lizzie Mae BosweIl, personal enjoyment and satisfaction from creating art. Sixth graders have art for one six-week
to Bob D. Workman and Betty grantee, two lots of North period during the year, while seventh and eighth graders take art classes for one mestt'r. I\
Jo Workman, grantees,one lot Reno, $1,300.John Ceramics, pottery, and sculpture have been popular art forms at the middle school this year.A .
of Lakeside Subdivision, Francis Robertson, display olstudents'ceramics 1'1 scheduled for the county fair in April.
$36,000.Clarence.. Nora E. Robertson, Claude A. 1\Irs. Denise I\lcCullough teaches basic art courses at Bradford High School In grades 9
TRUSTEE K. Andreu, North, and Bethany Noel through 12. This year's program stresses the Idea of good design In textiles, ceramics, sculp-
Gwendolyn Andreu, Cortez A. North, grantors to Edward J. lure, and
begInning drawing.
DeBerry, Grace A. Sorenson Rowe and Gloria G. Rowe,
DISTRICT and John A. Sorenson, grantees, one lot of Woodlawn i
grantors, to L. E. Andrews, Subdivision, $5,000. Recreation Aux. OOOOoo f i
grantee 38 acres lying in Jeff Baker and Helen .='
NOl Bradford County, -10,000. Baker, grantors, to Ora Lee .t SPRING !
To Be Formed
and Ralph K. .
Bessie Burns, grantor, to Albright
Thomas F. Nixon and Albright, grantees, five acres An organizational meeting : HAS SPRUNG
Argustine Mixon grantees, lying in Bradford County, to form a Starke Woman'sRecreational .'1 .
Clay Electric Cooperative Inc a portion of Gaskins Sub- $8,000. Auxiliary is set '\,
division, $4,000.Lawrence John Sparks Daniel and Monday, March 25, at 7:30 w Choose From
Florence W. Daniel, grantors,
Crews and "
at the Pratt Street
Geraldine Crews, grantors, to to James W. Bell and Wilmer p.m.Recreation Center .0 Nursery Stock

"I 1 am now completing my third term on your Board of Trustees and appreciate Lawrence Eugene Frank and Bell, grantees, a government The auxiliary will promote
very deeply the honor the membership bestowed on me by allowing me to serve. I feel Betty Jeanne Frank, grantees lot in Bradford County, parent interest and parr Flower And Vegetable !
that I have gained much knowledge during these 9 years. one acre lying in $57,000. ticipation in their children's
Bradford County, $16,200. William R. Alderman and recreation activities ac- Seed For Your Plantings
I have attended Mary Lois Hutton grantor, Elmo G. Alderman, grantors,
special courses of education in board affairs. I have served you on cording to Mrs Gary
various committees on our Board of Trustees. I have, through my nine years of to Willie A. Fenly and Pam W. to Hazel Thomas, grantee, Hildebran, originator of the GARDEN SEEDS
$199
four lots of Mt. Vernon Sub-
service to you, served on committees of State and National associations 8 Ferny, grantees five acres auxiliary idea, and Azaleas
lying in Woodlawn Sub- division, 3500. Director Randall I SPECIAL PRICES

Elected as your Trustee In 1965, I am 44 years old, and was born and reared in Clay division, $3.500. Neil Butler and Brenda K. Davis.Recreation Ligustrum $18p I
I County. I am married to the former Gloria Williams of Palatka. We have two sons, 8 Evelyn 1\1. Vaughn, grantor, Butler, grantors, to I\tid-State Mothers with children at- I MANY VARITIES
Hazel Homes, Inc. in Lawtey, I
to Verdo Salter and
Richard Jr. 22, Regular Army who is married of
and
interested in
now stationed In Germany, and tending or any
Salter, grantees, a portion of grantees one and one-half lots $32P TO CHOOSE
Timothy Clayborn 15. who attends Keystone Heights School: the Recreation Department's Roses I
land lying in Hampton, lying in Lawtey, $3,000. activities are invited to at- FROM

I will appreciate your vote and support at the annual meeting on March 28th, and 10500. tend. Fruit Trees I j
my pledge in return will be to continue to represent you In an honest and dedicated l\Iarcue E. Jackson Harriet $219P -BEANS-- -. --_. -PEAS-- --
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grantors, to Michael J. ;., .' . Flowering $3uP ECT.
Orlando and Victoria A. Trees I 89 LB.

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There has been much it to the building fund for with Mrs. Baisden preparing

speculation In recent months payment of notes due on meals for the prisoners who

as to when the "old county County Jail were housed In cells on the

jail"the building located on second floor.
the old courthouse square Oct. 7, Commissioner

was built; whether before, Peek, and W. T. Weeks, Clerk The yard between the jail

during or after the time that of the Board, were authorized and the court house was the

the red brick, victorian and Instructed to arrange scene of several executions by

. ", structure was erected in 1902. settlement with the Pauly Jail hanging on a wooden scaffold
a0t .y1 n .en
t
Old County Commissioners Co. on notes due said company erected In the shade of a large

minute books reveal, on October 6, 1912 amounting pine tree which once stood on
i1+4'Ma' r wa oArr however, that the old jail, to $4,373.60. the site These occasions

41 whose upstairs floor is' now attracted large crowds to
being used as offices for the There is no mention In the Starke with local citizens and

CUBB (Clay, Union, Baker, minutes as to the actual date those from the surrounding
and Bradford) Economic of completion of the j jail, or area turning out to witness the
l/atulnlutle Covered
Agency, was not erected until when it was first OCCUpIed. execution In a kind of holiday Wagon
1909. According to the sequence of atmosphere.

above dates, however, It was
In the years immediately apparently completed in 1910. It Is believed that a trap A handcrafted covered wagon, complete with driver and
team of horses Is shown
by Bobby McAdoo who makes these
preceding that date, there is door exists on the upper floor
W. W. (Will))) Baisden attractive conversation pieces In the workshop at the Lawtey
frequent mention of the un- was of the old jail, but there is no
the first Community Correctional Center, using his own time andmatl'rlals.
sanitary and dilapidated appointed as jailer in record of an execution ever .
condition of the county jail, the "new" jail and he and his having taken place Inside the under the The wagon Is lighted by an electric bulb concealed
which was then located on the family lived in the building, building.L miniature wagon top. Mounted on the side or the wagon are
Pratt Street site of the present tools, Including shovel, pickax, and cross cut saw,
also halllliliade McAdoo, who makes
the wagons a'i' a hobby
"new jail. Due to these
and sells them to collectors, has been assisting with volunteer .
conditions and In order to get
repair work on the old Bradford
County Courthouse
the jail closer to the 1902

courthouse, the Commission 5,
St'PlIP Of l'rOfJtl n"i1rOfHllllf/'rlm 1 finally decided to move the P 67 .p

facility to the "courthouse

square." ,,, fru

Minutes of the January 5, County Agents By
Railroad Underpass Receives 1909 meeting carry the 1

following notation: Bobby.. :r"
"The Board adjourned and Notebook

met again January 5th with all ,, Taylor J.y ,_ .
Belated Attention members present. Plans and -'' tMJ

specifications for a new Jail Y )

were presented by various t ;

companies and after selection fl6' ..Ji.f Calls continue to come in They have been faced with the
Starke owes a lot to the railroad-- on one occasion delaying the answering .r ?: .
the Board of
by suitable plans about when cattlemen
to same problems our
fact, the town might still be a struggling of a call to the power plant, which could and specifications it was h'1 :'.t".J, ',",;: glrdens. It is the plant time vegetable of have contended with in the

crossroads had it not been for the im- have knocked out that vital facility. ordered that the same be 'J" (J to plant most vegetables year that past several months. They

petus given its growth by the arrival of advertised for 30 days for .1 .. ;', grow in the spring. There is a paid higher prices for the

the first rails in 1859 during construction For these and other obvious reasons sealed bids for building of a '".... possibility of a late frost, or steer initially and have had

of the so-ealled "Atlantic to Gulf' there is an effort on foot to attempt to jail on the court house lot, said even a freeze in the next few very high feed prices for the
bids to be examined March / last three months.
obtain an underpass permitting on "J/: weeks However, I suggest Record
railroad, connecting Fernandina with 7th. taking the chance of having a books tell me that most of
from
vehicles to one
Cedar Key. emergency cross few plants killed instead of these exhibitors will have
a
side of town to the other. To do this at for March erection 7, of 1910Sealed bids l/alf-l/alchel Used To Work late garden that will suffer about 70 cents per pound in the
Jail
location under consideration would new County from heat steers at show time
in one insects and more even
due
But in recent years, to changes were examined and bid by
transportation patterns, the rail lines be comparatively simple and inex- Pauley Jail Building Co. was On Ft. Pitt In Colonial Days disease. most though economical they have used practices the

have caused a problem that sooner or pensive, requiring little, if any, ex- accepted. The bid was for .. Dry conditions are delaying available.

later must be solves md the the cavating. $7,700 to be paid for in two A many crops in the area. !Most
: sooner )I. D. Barnes, of Graham, is "hardy" was a chisel-like
installments and two
one tool with seeds need good moisture The show and sale is
better. pictured with a homemade a square shank set
This location is the Seaboard Coast years after completion of "half hatchet" hand wrought into a hole In the blacksmith'sanvil. conditions to germinate. Corn, sponsored by the Bradford-
building, and contract was watermelons and some Union Cattleman's Association
-
The problem is the passage of Line trestle over Alligator Creek just signed and filed. by his great-great-great- vegetable seed that have been and will be held

emergency vehicles from one side of south of town. The trestle is high enough grandfather Bridgewater who in lived Beaver near Ills ancestor helped build planted probably will not during the Bradford County

town to the other at times when lengthy so that emergency vehicles could pass May 2, 1910.- The bill County, Pennsylvania back in old Fort Pitt, where the come up until we have a good t'air. The show is scheduled
presented by G. C. Livingston 1\longehala and rain. for 4 p.m., Thursday. April 4,
under it, using the north creek bank as the 1760's. Allegheny
trains break down stalled for
or are one
and Co. for
$29.3 for laying Rivers with the sale
merge to form the program starting
the road bed for the underpass 1 he
reason or another, blocking every pipe to the county jail building The half hatchet Is so called Ohio. In colonial days the fort Fertilizer has been a topic at 7 p.m. ,Friday, April 5. The
main expense of an underpass at this now under construction for discussion in recent weeks. steers will be exhibit from
crossing within the city limits. was because it is made with only was used as a base of on
point would be the construction of one laid over until next meeting.C. the lower part of the blade. It operations for British forces I've mentioned the increase in Wednesday through Saturday

The rail line bisects the town from bay of concrete trestle under the east L. Peek (a Commissioner) has no notch for pulling nails, to seize surrounding lands for. cost before but the topic morning at the Fair I hope
was appointed a committee to colonists. recently has been the shor- have plans to visit these
track, which is now constructed of wood. such as are found on most The hatchet was you
north to south with two fire depart- confer with 1\lr. Lyons and the modern hatchets. "They used to shape pins that held tage--and unavailability of the and all other livestock and
track
ments (both county and city) being The present trestle under the west Town Council in reference to wdn't need it in those days the logs of the fort together, familiar analyses that have poultry exhibits at the Fair

: u,?toclted: on the west side of the tracks, is already concrete and would require no sewerage for the Court House because there were no nails topull 1\11' Barnes says. been used. Folks are learning this year.

rebuilding. and JaIl property. -- only wooden Mr.Barnes more about t the crop
,
and the hospital and rescue unit pegs requirements of nitrogen, Livestock and poultry entry

equipment located on the east side estimated that June 6, 1910The work on says. The hatchet has been phosphorous and potash, and blanks for the Fair are due

Railroad officials have the County Jail having been The wooden handle of the contributed by 1\11' Barnes to are ordering the analysis and tomorrow, March 22. Entry

It is easy to imagine what tragic cost of the additional concrete trestle suspended for the reason half hatchet is hewn from exhibit in the future Bradford amount of fertilizer that will forms are available at your

events might occur if either of these 10 would be $2.1.100, b\.t they have not some of the material for white oak, and is wedged into County museum He has also supply the crop needs for County Agl"nt's office in
of this erection of hole made donated a cast iron fry pan, optimum production. Starke.A .
services from indicated what portion, if any, the jail had been a by driving a"hardy"
emergency are prevented mounted legs, which
on was
condemned by Chairman through metal
crossing from one side of town to the expense the railroad would be willing to Peek it was ordered that the heated until it was white hot made before the Civil War. Had some good visits this county fair is a good

other. Even the lapse of a few minutes ata newly shipped brick of the week with our 4-H members opportunity for folks to par-
who for the
time like this might mean the difference pay.It class already hauled upon the are feeding show steers and ticipate In one big activity. We
steer sale.
would seem wisdom on their part, ground be accepted that all upcoming would like
between life and death for a ; HOME NOTES These young people have done to see more
person injured in an automobile or other however, to pay all, or a substantial work up to this date on the an excellent job of selecting, agricultural and home and
portion of this cost since an underpass walls be accepted, except a and family exhibits this year I'll
,
HOME feeding grooming
accident and also the difference in
few places on the top of the FROM YOUR EXTENSION discuss this next week.
saving or losing a home that is might well save them from an expensive walls where the class of brick I .. training their steers this year
threatened by fire. law suit some day if it can be proved that condemned have been placed /' .... ECONOMICS AGENT -

a loss of life or property has resulted these to be removed; all

from all crossings being blocked for an laying of brick to be of a better ti-H-Y'
In one recent instance, a rescue unit class workmanship all woodwork BY KATHY BROWN Letters I
of :
unreasonable length of time by one
was delayed more than twenty minutes .done up to date ac-
in reaching the scene of an auto-train their trains. cepted.
collision near New River. Every What's New: in the kitchen have been updated with great Dear 1\11' Editor: records you')) find that my

The only additional costs, which would Sept. 5, 1910-- Ordered that this spring includes the new colors, patterns and grandmother 1lcHaerote
crossing in town was blocked by a long textures. In addition, the mix
have to be borne by the city the walls of the new County biggest news in cookware.It's This letter IS In response; to the news for the Pine Level
probably
and
match have
train that had broken possibilities
freight a water Jail be stuccoed instead of an article in your newspaper a section for nearly as many
hose. Finally the rescue unit received and/or the county would be for right-of- painted. Resolved that we, the the white, easy-care. no- expanded the idea that the couple of weeks ago. In the years as I am old. I'm very

word that the crossing out by the way from U. S. 301 to the trestle, a Board of County Com- stick interiors. Look for it in kitchen should be bright, article 1\11' Gaines, of the proud of my ancestors in

Farmers Market (a distance of about distance of only a few hundred feet On missioners, take this method the stores. We've had easy- warm and decorative. building permit office stated Bradford County, We have
the of care no-stick interiors on that a number of building lived in Jacksonville
the east side of the track from expressing our appreciation for over
two miles) unblocked and the Maybe now is the time to
was cookware for some time and issued in
is and thanks for Mr. Carlyle permits January 23 years because that tis"here
Street there
driver started in that direction By the railroad to Cherry Peek's careful and efficient it sure makes clean-up easier. spruce up kitchen and dining were to people whose names our livelihood is

time the unit reached highway 16, already a power line easement which construction of the new surroundings. There are were not familiar to him.

however, the train had moved suf- could possibly be used for the County Jail. The clean, crisp white gingham abstracts and calico prints flora, Maybe 1\11'. Gaines isn't as Please I am not trying to
geometries,
contrasts with the long- familiar with Bradford
road construction.
sound
indignant, merely
that the unit could make emergency
ficiently rescue and fruits from which to
Oct 12, 1910-- Bid of G. C. favored exterior colors as well County as he thinks. trying to let you as well as
a crossing there. But precious time had the Livingston and Co for com- as the new chocolate cin- choose.I !\ Gaines know that we're
The under-trestle route seems
been lost. pletion of wiring new jail was namon and black offerings. One permit issued in not strangers. We visit there
"hot tomato"
have a set In
only one feasible at this time, since presented and the Board We'll even see white with January was to my husband often, buy vegetables and
bright red in kitchen.
The
The victim in this instance died railroad officials estimate that to place considered the matter and white, decorated with colorful coordinated set my includes and I. We feel like we are not strawberries for our freezer

several hours later the underpass in another location just a authorized said firm to baked on decals or a gingham holders, dish towels and pot strangers to Bradford County. from the good folks there, and
after being trans- short distance but which would complete wiring for $-10. check pattern. If you need new cloths I was born, reared and are now building our new
and
.
away a matching
ferred to Gainesville could be used apron.It '
a hospital It cookware, this educated there. The land on home there. Were looking
under the tracks really is fun to have
would be up to medical experts to require excavating Oct. 2, 1911-- The County to decorate your kitchen for ractive accessories for kit-at- IIIhich our new home will be forward to being your "neigh-

determine- and perhaps even they could would cost an estimated $64,900, which Treasurer was authorized .0 spring, too. ;hen clean-up! located (ton S-229)) was given to bor" next year.
does not include costs for approach road us by my father Tullie
.
not do so-- whether the delay had a borrow $1,330 from th Fin
At least six major Norman. HIs land was given Maybe you')) find that
work or for drainage of the structure and Forfeiture Fund and add To complement today's'rend some
direct relation to the in this
fatality case manufacturers are using
to him by his father, Jeff other "unfamiliar"
to hostess there names
but there will be that Total cost in this location could easily white Teflon II interiors. gowns
always question hostess Norman. The land was a will just be homefolks like us.
run in the area of $100,000, which would Bicentennial Besides the usual saucepans, tire liinafores long, cobblers, and aprons.long federal land grant to my

This is the third time that the rescue make it financially unfeasible. fry pans and Dutch ovens, in and short smocks are also on grandfather Norman. My Dorothy Norma Eggers
sets and stock, there are
open other grandparents were !\Jr.
unit has been delayed in answering calls the scene of washable 8112 Berry Avenue
Conlluittce with
numerous special pieces and l\lrs. Harley M. McRae,
the trestle site within while and
cooking
But seems protection, Jacksonville Fla
,
by trains blocking all crossings in town the new white inside. These and if you'll check your
reach, and certainly deserves full ex- Include omelet cake serving. There are even easy-
Three instances of this kind since To Meet l\lon. pans tablecloths, placemats
ploration by all parties concerned. and other bakeware, care
establishment of the rescue unit last pans and napkins to coordinate

August is too high a risk to run. In Working together it can be saved ac- An organizational I meeting wafner griddles, ,lasagna gourmet dish, pans saute, with the aprons, towels and Top Talent 011 Hand
complished, and if even one life is other accessories.
addition this of the
to the fire truck has been Bradford County skillets, souffle server and a
blocked at least twice in recent months, it will have been worthwhile. Bicentennial Steering Com- bakelite tray. I
mittee will be held at 7:30: p m. The whole range of coor- III Holiday 011 Ice

!Monday !March 25, in the One leading manufacturer dinated towels, aprons,

e.. SAMUEL JOHNSON: "I hate mankind County Commission room of has developed its own no-stick potholders and small ap-
the pliance covers, no matter how The 197. version of theworldrenowned
new courthouse. her debut with
interior \\hich Is being professional
for 1 think myself one of the best process
,
skating
elegant looking, go through
used In white and also other the current Holiday on Ice.
of them and 1 know how bad 1 laundry after laundry good- extravaganza, "Holiday on
am colors Five years in the This glamorous young lady
\Irs. C. A. Knight chair. "
the
at
So It's worth Ice, now playing
naturedly. ,
the was well on her to an
said that making. new composition way
man, around 30 looking In te! stores for Ideas Jacksonville Coil l i s e u m
had Is said to have superior easy- Olympic title when an ill-fated
persons accepted marks theshow's
to make the kitchen's"working" through Sunday,
and stain-resistant accident forced her to with-
clean
membership on the committee 29th and boasts
/ qualities as well as being chip decor a happy season draw from competitions fog
including
OR/pq represen. of the largest cast of skating
expression your own per.
BRADFORD almost a She recovered
C tatives of civic and peel-resistant. year.
groups, county
sonahty. talent in its history, including completely and went on to
-'tar nwr9- government, and each
World
N 13 in the The Soap and Detergent two ChampIOns. become the first non-Soviet
municipality
Qtil
acrwt county.
(J7 MEMAEA ra p4 Association observes that The Old 1m&kt6NT Headlining the glittering ever Russian to win first place in a
good looking pots and pans sponsored t'I11-(
o The committee Will nave the new show are Trixl Schuba of
a
19)7 responsibility of Bicentennial certainly make cooking and Vienna, and Tim Wood of the petition.
serving more enjoyable and U. S. Schuba Is the 1972 ladies
gTJON BOB G. projects for Bradford
FERGUSON: JOHN: M. MILLER County
food appealing. But
and'planning an observance more eye Olympic champ, as well as America's newest! adagio
Published each and Publishers for July 4, 1976, the 200th simple hot suds and water TaDtil'r ladies World Champion In '71 team is featured hI the slow
Fla. under Act Thlllsday entered as Second Class fatter at the Pose Office at Starke, anniversary of the founding of washing, which mean less and '72. Wood was winner of now laying ut I tlx' Coliseum
: of March 3, 1879.
time and effort spent cleaning
our Nation. the World Championships in nightly, with matinees on

Subscription: rate in trade area: S6 per year: 13.50 six months. up, Is a much sought after \ 1969 and again in 1970. Saturday 111111 11IIlay.( They

Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: S1 per year: 14.00 six months Srarke, Fla. All members of the committee characteristic Another outstanding chum- are non 1'edz and Charlene
"ThaI In the neck Sharlock
whose
are urged to attend this Also new in the kitchen are paIn you pion, Cathy Lee Irwin of dangerous
about be the re.IUU routines kt'ep audiences on theITITTITa
initial meeting. kitchen sets which complain may
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I Sheriff Returns From California Training School

Bradford County Sheriff University WeightLifters
of
Dolph E. Reddish returned California. Southern from 30 states.
Saturday, Feb. 23, from Los Reddish The training program is
Angeles,Cal.after completinga educational said that was sponsored by the National
weeks program Sheriff's Association and
two
program of Intensive available for
training in administration sheriffs newly elected funded by a federal grant
i throughout the nation from the Law Enforcement
management, held at and the and weeks in session attendance at the two( Assistance Association of the 1 1. IsN; 'MNr TravelTo
were 66 sheriffs US Dept. of Justice.
Classes offer new and improved -

Dope Figures In Very business techniques managements in the fieldsof as iNni1 StateSeven

I they pertain to the operationof i1f i1-
Few a sheriffs' department
Offenses HereAn such as budgeting and fiscalcontrol weight lifters will
effective communications f r, % represent Bradford High in
analysis of the records of contains an article In which administrative law anda state competition Saturday in
2,812 criminal offenders in 19 Attorney General Robert L. host of related subjects.The Gainesville, riding on a season
North Florida counties shows Shevin calls for a change in faculty is provided by record of 24.
that 13.4 per cent had committed approach to the drug abuse the School of Public Adminis- "I think we have a good
crimes in which the use problem by public policyJnnicsF.Lnwson tration of USC and working chance to make a showing,"
of drugs was a factor. In makers. practitioners in the field of says Weight Lifting Coach
Bradford County, only four management and law en Butch Redding.
offenders had committed such forcement. The seven lifters going are
crimes,while 88 offenders had Sheriff Dale Carson of Kevin Meng in the 123 pound
no record of drug abuse. Duval County taught a special class, Mike Crews in the 132
Marijuana was a factor !in class on the problems and class, Stuart Strickland in the
two offenses in Bradford JU GraduateJames their implementation arising 148 class, David Harper in the
County; experimental use of from consolidation, Reddish 165, Danny Anderson in the
narcotics in one; frequent use Lawson,son of the a4, 198, and Donnie Neel in the
in one; and addiction was nota late W. E. Lawson and Mrs. said.Upon his return Reddishwas heavy weight division."I .
factor in any of the offenses Mildred Lawson of Rt. 1, notified that he had been Beth and Willie Hamilton of Brooker, children of Mr. and Willie's animal an 875-pound Herford-Santa Gertrudls- expect Meng and
here. Bradford Starke a 1964 graduate of appointed to the Board of Mrs Jimmy Hamilton, will show their first animals at the Angus are both being fed 31 pounds of feed a day, a combination Strickland to place first in
The analysis is reported in High School, Trustees of the Florida Boy's 1974 Bradford-Union Steer Show and Sale set Thursday,April of cattle creep, shell corn, and cotton seed hulls. their class and Crews to place
the February issue of a graduated from Jacksonville Ranch at Live Oak and 4, the second day of the county fair. Beth's steer 13 months old Is named Festus and Willie's second," says Redding."If .
monthly newsletter, "The University in December Florida Girl's Villa at Bartow. Beth's steer, a 900-pound Herford-Llmousin cross, and steer is named White Lightening. they do this we have a
Drug Dialogue," published for majoring in accounting. Reddish has been recom- good chance to place high."
the area served by District II, mended for the appointmentat Fifteen schools will be in the
Florida's Commission on James and his wife, the the Florida State Sheriff's r Martin Earns meet and just Class 3A schools
Criminal Justice Standardsand former Barbara Edwards, Convention held in January, . will be participating this year.
,
Goals. Persons desiring a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1974.The Grade Honors Last year BHS placed fifth
copy of this newsletter may Robert Edwards of Trustees meet monthly in the state meet while
write the Public Educationand Jacksonville, and daughter, in different areas of the state I. 0- 1 defending the championshipwon
Involvement Project, Box Kim, reside in Jacksonville and Sheriff Jennings Murrheeof c..c.KeceO1" George Gary Martin, son of the year before.
14572, Gainesville, Fla. 32604. where James plans to pursue' Clay County is now servingas :. Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Martinof "Everybody has done a
The February issue also his career in accounting. Chairman of the Board. Lawtey, wasu.honored good job during the season."
March 7 at the Mississippi
-" College Scholastic Recog-

I ft & VI. Farm Equipment C ---1 MONA.MARCHANT V a .i nition Day.Scholastic. Stem The Tide

URGE Do you care enough to help
SELECTION OF NEW Recognition Day stem the tide of cancer by supporting -
is a time set aside to
Our basketball season has basketball history. Last year ---- recognizeand the American Cancer
TIACTOIS MOW IH STOCK honor those students who
_
ended a happy one. We made the Tornadoes made it to the have forth the Society's programs of research,
1 I it to the State, and our region finals before bowing to If any Junior or Senior has put necessary education, and service? Give
time and effort to maintain
-- Qu a I if y Service I Basketball spirit was held Ocala Forrest 6446. This year any information about a good 3.5 or better scholastic a generously to defeat cancer.
EQUIPMENT CO.I I high!! We all know that our team showed everyone band to play for the '73-74 Jr- .
Oliver Safes! Donnie Sewell, Alvaughn else who was best. Next year Sr Prom to be held May 18, average.To Protect Yourself
I r S rvkl n w It, ut d Golden Abie Williams, Elva the State will know who will be please tell one of the following Help protect yourself and
equipmentSATOH Hampton and Curtis White, the next CHAMPS of course people: Randy Martin, Debbie be eligible for scholastic others you love by having C/SRU-/
HWT131taCrossef along with the rest of the the TORNADOES; !!!! Edwards, Nancy Lee, Neil honors, the student must be lar medical checkups, and then
TIACTOISCOMtlNCS varsity team, played their Golden, Janice Davis, Donnie fulltime and must be in a write a check to the American
*N HAT>OUirM NTSiM'WinMr best this year. Donnie was ---- Sewell or Tommy Edwards.We degree program. Cancer Society.
I s Ury M.wtr H IUn named have
i All-Region-lst Team, are planning to two
i .
I i MidMtfhMicJf'Tr. ni nt.r Alvaughn..All-Region-2nd ATTENTION ALL GIRLS: bands to play, and we need all
& *um etc Cl Planter* ButH H
*rvr f4n
i
Kifl Hff w Ltly n* Pltw SprtatfffrtHoHnmn I Team, and Curtis..All- Every girl at BHS that has a the suggestions we can get!
i Region-3rd Team. 2.0 is eligible to be a
*Lily Hay T r (Hull r > average
Crop Sprayers.TKiMTOK Bradford has earned a 23-4 BHS Cheerleader! Yes, that's 'I t.1t.eOr;
----
KKPAIRH record, which incidentally, is right. Try-outs begin today,
- the best record in BHSere also this is the last day to signup. =
The Student Council and the t -
Meet in the BHS gym from
Journalism class combined
3:30: to 5 p.m. The judging will
efforts to produce a
11IG
be held April 4. Scholarship Fund for one or \\
"Good, Better, Best," could more students. They also
\\ be YOUR motto as a sponsored a Bake Sale, '\
not just opening cheerleader so come on and raising $14 in front of TG andY
give it a try!! last Saturday. Future plans
consist of having a booth at
another furniture store.We're ---- the County Fair and holding a Next
raffle. (They are not sure
Will everyone that rode in what will be raffled yet). All
the Civinette-Civitan Bike-A- money will be used in the | ThursdayTRUSTEE

opening a whole new idea. Thon PLEASE turn in your scholarship fund.Congratulations.
sponsor money as soon as
possible! If you don't know ---- u 1 DISTRICT ONE
who to turn your money into,
turn it in to Marion Dowling or to the CLAY ELECTRIC

The new Ethan Allen Gallery decorating problems. Jimmy Crosby by tomorrow Future Business Leaders of
at the latest. America, for winning Chapterof CO OP INC.
is a totally new and different conAnd, instead of just selling All girls in Civinettes that the Month for the State of ,

cept in home decorating. furniture, we have everything you haven't turned in your jersey Florida in February. AT KEYSTONE HGTS, FLA.

Instead of offering you a sea need to decorate your home size and the number do so Chapter of the Month THURS. MAR. 28.1974
awards based
are on monthly
of chairs and sofas, we have dozFrom carpeting and upholstery now.Marion Tell Dowling Mrs., Nichols so we can or reports submitted by each 9.00 A.M. 7OO P.M.

ens of completely furnished ,to fabrics and wallpaper,to turn the sizes in. The sooner local chapter. BHS has won
the district award three times Ray Urges All His Many Friends In
rooms. Instead of salesmen to wait gifts and accessories.on they ail are turned in, the
out of six and state award
you, we have a staff of experiCome to our Grand Opening. quicker we will get our jer- once! Bradford County To Search Their

enced Home Planners to give you And solve all your decoratingfree seys.

help and advice on all your problems under one roof. Minds And Vote For The Man Of

Ethan Allen Galleries.We Golfers( Lose Two
Their Choice.
can help you have the home you want ....
Two morewere Watts went to second with a
SINCE THE VOTE IN MIDDLEBURG
r 'xwb f added to Bradford High 41. This match was played at
Golfer's record this week, one the Dunes Country Club where ENDED IN A TIE THE NAMES WILL
to Palatka South 172-160 last the Greater Jacksonville Open
o fl'ft ") Friday and the other in was played last year. APPEAR ON THE BALLOT IN

) : ,' Jacksonville against Bishop Friday BUS will host St. ALPHABETICAL ORDER.

_... w,. ,..-- .;" Kenney 169-157 moving their Augustine at 4 p.m. at the w
r.. K.;.. "" ....#. /t \. record to 1-9 for the season so Starke Golf and Country Club.
"" "
.AI" :: ,
".,""'"''"''','.'.:Yiltf'{,''' t .. far.Ed Watts was the low Then Beach will Tuesday play in Fernandina Starke at 3 YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
shooter for BHS against
p.m. Fernandina beat BHS by
Palatka with a two over 38
par eight strokes in Fernandina.
while David Gaines was next WILL BE GREATLY
with a four over par 42. These Watts is leading BHS so far
were the best rounds of the this year with an average of
match for BUS. 37.6 strokes per match in APPRECIATEDI
vp+.a Matt Herres shot the lowest seven matches. This is 1.6
against Bishop Kenney with a over par. "This is a very good
"
four over par 40 while Ed score, says Atkinson.








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ACTIVITIES BY ELIZABETH TERRY there she also saw her

Church of God Sunday nephews and nieces Mr. and
SCHOOL NEWS' Mrs. Charles Carter and Mr.
School 10 a.m. Worship
services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. The Lawtey Elementary and Mrs. Larry Carter and iiiJIIVIOJ. We
School representatives for the
YPE and Prayer Meeting, family.
7:30: p. m. on Saturday. County Spelling Bee are being Mrs. Daisy Boch, Lynn, and
selected this week.
Faith i Baptist Church Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson spent
Elimination contests are
Radio Program over WPXE Saturday with her soninlawand
being held with Mrs. Knight'sand
Bible daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday
Mrs. Prow's fifth grades
and
Virgil Griffis and family
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
participating. Griffis and _.
Mrs. Maines _
and
vices 11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. ATS
Additional assistance for .
School on Bible Doctrine children, of Palatka. .
the children of migrant farm Mrs.Lomie Mosley,Mr. and
.
Tuesday, 8 p.m. at Pastor'shome.
.
workers has been received
Mrs. Leo Dyal and Leonette,
Prayer meeting
from the Regional office. Thursday to Sunday .
Wednesday 7:30: pm. Bible spent ,
Teacher aides have been
with their son and daughter-
Study.After employed to work directly in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Greg ........ .... .
dinner: was morning served services on the with the migrant students in Dyal, of Warner Robbins Ga. jI11 _........ ...".. .
had the language arts and readingareas. Mr. and Mrs. James Andes --
grounds. They several DEN : .
of Palatka, spent
visitors including Elder W. K. .
Mrs. Dobbins' and Miss .
Scott and family, of Sparr, Saturday with their parents, .
Anderson's first grade classes
and Teresa and Lisa Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. .
Harley
will present t a play to the other f
of Kingsley Lake. Brother Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morganand :
students on Tuesday, March .
Scott brought a at son, David, of Albany, /
message
26, beginning at 8:45.: Parentsof '
Ga., the weekend with
which spent S
2:15 all.
: was enjoyed by MOBILE HOME SALES
the first grades are '
After that Baptism was observed invited to attend.particularly their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
Morris Kelley and family
and following that theLord's '
Please try to attend the Mrs. Maxie Reddish ) .
served.
This concluded supper was services for April 2 meeting of the Lawtey Randall and Donald, of the : .,- -
S
PTA. A spring fashion show M" -
the day. State Farm, spent Sunday ALL ( '
and a proposed list of officers HOMES \
Grace United :Methodist afternoon of last week with __ SIN
will be presented at the and Mrs. Les -
her Mr.
Church School parents
0:43a.m.
Sunday :
.
Worship Services, 11 meeting.The Committeewill McClellan. : STOCK .- :
a.m. and 7 Wednesday Advisory Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard
MYF7 p.m. followed p.m. by Choir meet at 7 p.m. on April 1. Harley. of Bushnell, spent the HAVE BEENREDUCED AIR .
Meetings are open to the SEE TIlE
Practice at 7:30. weekend with their son-in-law -
Highland Baptist, Church public and are held in the and daughter, Mr. and Mrs : ONDITIONINGiINSTALLED \ iS
school library. :
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Wayne Massey and family NEW PRINCES
Worship Service, 11 a.m. and other relatives. '
PERSONALS Chief and Mrs. Jim Karakesand .. .
Choir Practice, 6:30: ; Evening HOUSE
James of Lake IN ANY
Phillips
Service, 7:30.: Prayer !Meeting daughter, of Mayport, .
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Butler visited his mother were Sunday dinner guests of 444J THE HOME OFTOMORROW
:Northside; Baptist Church Mrs. O. .J. Phillips, Saturday Chief and Mrs. Barry Watts HOME 3 TON .

Sunday Worship Services School,, 11 10 a.m.a.m.and morning.Mr.. and Mrs. St'bea Rowe, and Mrs.Barry Eva Lee.Knight Clifford : 5320 N. W. 13th ST. 495.00 :
of Floral City, visited their
: Knight and son, Jeff, of An-
7:30 Monday: p.m.7:30: Prayer p.m.IMPORTANT Meeting cousins, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. niston, Ala., were guests of 3771650GAINESVILLE 24x52l.

Anderson, on Wednesday.Other Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand
guests were their r .
other friends Thursday to
:; NOTICE()
Clerk-Carrier examinationsfor : cousins.Mr. and :Mrs Charles Sunday. FLA. .

the Lawtey Post Office to Steinhouser. of Jacksonville Pirs. Goldie Myers of e
.
be held in the near future on Thursday Bridgeport, Va., spent the
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a week with her son-in-law and
Applications Lawtey may Postoffice be obtainedat until guest of her sister. Mrs. J. P daughter. Mr. and Mrs. O. : No. 773 RBMBDR 24x60 1373 HDMETTE 12x60 :

March 22. Wyrick of Tallahassee. N'icula and family. Mrs.
Friday. Tuesday to Friday While Nicula took her mother Mrs. .

Myers, to Jacksonville, to 2 BEDROOM FRONT AND REAR, t 3-4
3 BEDROOM, DEN, 2 BATHS, UL APPROVED
spend some time with her BATHS, CARPET THROUGHOUT, EYE e.
KEYSTONE MELROSE daughter. Mrs. Velma FURNISHED, AND TOTAL
Jenkins, who is recoveringfrom LEVEL RANGE, 14' DOUBLE DOORREFRIGERATOR
foot : ELECTRIC. BUY AT 1972 PRICES, 15 :
surgery. COMPLETELY
Business Mrs. Ronnie McClellan YEARS TO PAY.
Directory Darren and Paul, of Vidalia, FURNISHED, DELIVERY AND SET .

Sunday Ga.. spent with Wednesday their parents to, : 12,635No. UP. U. :

FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE Mr. and Mrs Les McClellanand
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Si SI
SUPPLIES GARDENSlim's Sweat, of the State Farm. I
Mr and Mrs S. D. Andrews Ie
and family of Wildwood, 8474 CHAMPION 12x60 No. 832D CHAMP( N .
HARDWARE spent the weekend with their
i\\lge\
\ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred :
F. J '''N'-S AND Moore\ 2 BEDROOM, CARPET, 2 DOOR 14-PT. Ei5H12.
,- tr ff
GARDEN Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas
1.1I' Ihlit CENTER a Sunday dinner guest of REFRIGERATOR, DELUXE DINETTE 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, LARGE BAR .

{'rickels-Shi nners-N arms A complete line of I dw.linllos her cousins, Mrs. Charles AND ALL THE STANDARD WITH BAR STOOLS, RAISED ROOF, .
:\ BFNJAMINMOREI'AINTSPlumbing::; ; :. : :. Nasworthy and family of .
.
FEATURES
OF
&Electrical Supp. Whitehouse.Mr. CHAMPION CARPET MUCH MORE

T.U'KI.E-HOIS-lItEI.S: jro-Ton.FertilieersFISIIING and Mrs. John Tye. Jr., .
:; &.IIUNTING:; Insecticides and daughter, and Mr. and
LICENSES-.1,111INIT1(4N: : :. Lumber III Building Materials Mrs.\ Tommy Tally. of South : 5BBSDD :
ICE Ilwy. 21-.i.:. 200.'ds From light Daytona, spent the weekend
Kpystone Ilgls. 1.1--1:11:: Keystone Heights .13.3663 with their parents, Mr. and S I.
Mrs.\ John Tye. Sr.

CONTRACTORS Tuesday Mrs. Pierce and Wednesday Crews spent with Z one only No. 13744 VILLIRCER 12x52 :

her brother-in-law and sister.
Bell Electric Co Triangle "Ruit Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, : ND. 794 MEHOOW BROOK :
of Worthington Springs, and
Enterprise, Inc. attended a Revival at the .1 24H49 2 BEDROOM, CARPET, LEATHERLIKE
esW'.ReelOwner First Christian Church of .
GENERAL CONTRACTORS: FURNITURE, DELIVERY AND
Lake Butler. : 3 BEDROOMS, CARPET, BAR, 30 I .
Commercial 1.1.nsed.lnsured Mrs. Annie Lee Wyrosdickand SET UP..A BIG BEND PRICE BUSTER

Residential Featuring girls, of Lake Wales, GALLON HOT WATER HEATER AND .
Repairs The Lindall'edarltomes spent Friday to Wednesdaywith .
MUCH MORE
FIectrlcalFietures: 17:1-2110: their uncle and aunt, Mr. _
Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 SI. ltd.2t N. -113.33-1" and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.Mr. 6995[00 .

P.O. 110'637: and Mrs. Albert Tinsler .
and son, of Miami, came on .
Saturday and took their _

AUTO SERVICE John children to, Jacksonville Robyn, Scott Beachfor and : No. 324E TITIRN 12x65 :

the weekend.Mr. .
KEYSTONE and Mrs Phil Eunice, of 4 .
Graham, were Saturday 3 BEDROOM, 1 3-4 BATH, 2 DOOR 14-
tiu1111erStnntps of their mother, Mrs. 0 4
guests .
AUTO SERVICE Harold Eunice. They carriedher \VITHDEN. FT. REFRIGERATOR, 3rd CHAIR IN

to St. Vincent's Hospital to LIVING ROOM, OVER SIZE DINETTE
Front End .\Ii!(nmpllt visit their father, Harold .
Speed Wheel Balancing Eunice, who is awaiting 2 FULL BATHS WITH LEAF, PLUS ALL THE

surgery. 4 BEAUTIFUL FEATURES OF TITIAN
Air Conditioninll Sere ice i'plPgrpjihBrake James Padgett, of WITH
Jacksonville, and Pamela 4 TONS

SI'I'\IcpI.ubri'ationOill'hdn Taylor were honored with a
surprise birthday dinner at CONDITIONER 5947S .
e JOHNSON AUTO the home of Mr. and Mrs.
TUNE-UP Harry Wilkerson on SundayThe pr 24x65 .
nine l'p guest list included Mrs.
General RepairingGosfyear James Padgett of s DELIVERED :
Tires Engines Rebuilt Jacksonville. Mrs. Annie _
:\Imor :Machine Shop 11ork.lulomatic Crews and granddaughter.Mr. No. 8269 Ui1695Q 65x12
AND
SET UP
Transmis..lonir \ and Mrs. Carl Norman ON YOUR LOT

Conditioning and boys, :Mr: and Mrs.
I Hlk. t:. Orr2t and
1
Blk
Tires Batteries Eugene Taylor and :Mrs.
girls
KEYSTONE: :-.i.. Off.tHO :\1011..1. 1:111:: .\\1-6: P\I: Darlene )Norman; and boys, : 3 BEDROOMS, 30 GAL. HOT WATER :
1I.TS.17:110: :>
Sat. 7:311.1:: PMI : Mr.\ and Mrs. Marcus Griffis
I I.IU: GFNFV.1: : 113--1111 and daughters. Mrs. Anna Lee 4 HEATER 14-FT. 2 DOORREFRIGERATOR

Wyrosdick and girls, of Lake Financing CARPET WITH
W
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP Wales. i ; DOUBLE PAD, GAS RANGE WITH i

Elder and Mrs Herschell TIMER, BAR WITH BAR STOOLS PLUS
Richard T. Loyorn Nell's Griffin, of Tallahassee, were
Saturday overnight guests of ALL THE STANDARD FEATURES .

Real Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop Mr. and Mrs.J. F. Robertson. I YOU PAY EXTRA FOR IN MOST .

Rev. Walter Mathis, of HOMES.
LAKE PROPERTIES "Fur a lovelier .
]Middleburg, was a guest of
RESIDENTIAL )011" "t I Mr. and :Mrs Les McClellan S
Phone ALL :
113-2211 PRICES
BUSINESS-ACREAGE t an Wednesday afternoon, and 00
INSURANCE 1 ivas their Sunday evening 1

Between inner<<: guest. : INCLUDE
Keystone llgls. .J13-32:> Keystone :

.J13-1692 lIelllhts "V? Mrs. Onie Thornton, of S
('eliaTerwillegar/ !! !h44113: \Ielros.: -i \uburndale, spent a week : SETUP
Edna: Knpppt'r .13-1111 __ with her sister Mrs. Pierce :
:Martha Uurbln 13-336: (" On afternoon,
rews. Sunday s
Jim Fo'1 .13-11111 Beach Sand hey t visited their brother-in- AND
('.B.:\Icu. 113-1050 and : BIG BEND
I aw and sister. Mr. Mrs. :

S. E. McKAY REALTOR Fill Dirt Clay Fill Waldot'ringleof Springs.Mr.,; Worthington DELIVERY.... .n.


Residential:MemberofSocietyor! ,lppralsersServingThis.reaFor Tractor Work i and family. and Mrs.of Waynesville.Carroll Hyatt N. MOBILE HOME SALES i

Land Cleared !C.: were guests Friday to
26YearsMrs.Melballgen Tuesday of their aunt, Mrs.
: : .1:1-1110: I IIrs. Blanche Phillips, and Mrs.
:\ .Dolores{.ilmore 13-3600 HankBrunin g 1 Winifred. Allen. Mrs. Allen S 5320 N. w. 13th ST. S
Airs.: Joa nne Gassell U3-t622 I returned to her home in :

:\Ir,Lt'sli..Robinson -113-103: P.O. Box 41 (Canton, N. C. with them. .
HOMES Mrs. Joe Dorco and Mrs. 377-1650.
ACREAGE
RENTALS Phone 473-4761 I vlae Wells took their grand- S .
hildren.: Donna and Art GAINESVILLE FLA."agt'
.
Office Phone 113-1l1t6 ,
Lake Geneva (Green, back to Albany, Ga. on

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County's weekly Council Orders Action





n>t Telegraph 1 xo Cure Smelly Problem .



'-- feature eI
LAKE BUTLER- A smelly giving Coleman the go aheadto with everyone in the hospital. Company with 13 new lights
I I I situation presented itself in take any action necessaryto "We are all facing in- scheduled to be erected in
the form of a delegation of prevent the odor escapinginto greased costs in living," Mrs. various areas throughout the
citizens appearing before the the neighborhood.In Cason said, "and it is un- community.
Lake Butler City Council other action the council fortunate but the increase was Councilman T. S, Thomas,
----- ---- -'..-..-.----..-..,-:;-- ..': -"";'".,. -- .,...""! : during its regular meeting denied by unanimous vote the one the city was forced to take Jr. reported that some 2200
'.. .' .1. ; ', I"1. ; of the and have remain feet of lines have been
.... : ;' ; 'lta, '' ; : Wednesday evening March 13. requests from members it will to at sewer
: .: )r S> (, : l The odoriferous problem Board of Trustees and Ad- its current rate." completed within the city in
.
'. <. : I ,' creating the complaint was ministrator James H. Nicholsof the past few months with over
.. OJ I;,. fr' f the smell arising from the Union General Hospital that The council also discussedthe 1200 pieces of pipe being usedin
city's sewage treatment plant the city consider reducing the possibility of taking back a the project.
located on the corner of SR-121 current rates for water and part of the $7,500 allocated to
y and SR231. The plant has garbage collection services to the Parks and Recreation Junk cars abandoned in the
: ', been a topic of discussion for the hospital. Board (PRO) to finance their city have caught the attentionof
? many previous council Rates for the entire sector of own repairs to the facilities the council and plans for
; ,} h meetings and this is not the that the hospital is located in Lakeside Park their removal are in progress
A locate
,; r i in were raised this adjacent to Lake Butler on at this time. Mrs. Cason said
,r: ', F ', taveappearedtomakeknown past year by a full 100 per cent Lake Avenue. that the possibility of a portable .
;k y their complaints. and where the total cost for crusher being broughtinto
r
r'i, sA +ura K Vin: ,, Mayor Margie Cason told services to the hospital had The reason for the councils the community was being
;, i '" 7 'r the group that J. D. Coleman been in the neighborhood of move is the inactivity of the explored with the only
r( Utility Inc. in $69 per month, last month's PRD which the council has problem preventing the Immediate -
4 """ Jacksonville has said that his billing to the hospital was near been told have been unable to disposal of the cars
) FIB ryes A firm has the answer to the the $140 mark. find a director. being the requirement that a
'*T,' *. AWw + odor problem and can Mrs. Cason said she and the minimum of 100 of the wrecks
u' ., eliminate the condition. council felt that it would be New street lighting for the would have to be on hand for
,A'f Cason's report met with unfair to the rest of the city was also approved after the crusher and these would
approval and the council community to reduce the cost, the lengthy strike of the have to be located in one

f s voted unanimously in favor of although they sympathizedThe Florida Power and Light place.




I a""., -.. 11, $181,000 Expansion Planned




I I I : : For Lake Butler Elementary..



j 1K proposed expansion meeting as Union Board was not laced with the
LAKE BUTLER-Union program will provide needed members agreed to a per- previous gasoline and fuel
'i County School Board ap- space for an additional 5,300 sonnel sharing program that shortage felt heavily duringthe
_. proved a preliminary set of square feet of classrooms, will allow for the services of early part of the school
plans for expanding the Lake with an additional 3,200 an exceptional child coordinator year when all busing exceptfor
-i--- Butler Elementary School In a square feet of covered walk school route buses and contracted
proposed $181,000 expansion ways and play areas adjacentto psychologist, vocational sports activities requiring
program during their regular the present buildings. school director and food buses were curtailed.
meeting Tuesday night March service co-ordinator with the
12. Additional items such as curb cost of salaries being shared School hours too will be
Raiford's Volunteer Fire Department Is off to a good start training-wise with six men having and gutters, paving, fences by the two counties.In changed back to the regular
completed the Florida Forestry Service course In Rural Fire Defense recently. around the play area and a other action the board 8:30: a.m. starting time after
Those men that could not attend this first course will have an opportunity to complete the School Board Architect protected pick up-drop zone decided to reinstate school bus the shift in time during the
course when it is offered again In the near future. Left to Right In photo are: (standing) Craig Salley of Gainesvillewas for students will complete the use for school field trips and heavy part of the energy crisis
Operational Maintenance Instructor Fla. Div of Forestry John Nash: Fireman Wesley A. on hand to present the expansion project. other activities and Schools under the conservation
Cavils Fireman Willie Finley Fire Consultant Raiford VFD Earl Dobbs. Fire Defense Instructor preliminary plans and a cost Bradford Superintendent James Cason grogram instituted by the
Mack McCullers, Fla. Div. of Forestry (kneeling) Fireman Donald G. Alvarez, breakdown to the board much a part County of the was Union very said that at present? the school card and drafted by Cason.
members.
Fireman W. T. Redding and Fireman James Seeley.




Union County Acting As Own Licensing Board 11.r.} \ I




Is Protested By Local Attorney, Building Contractor i11 .I


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LAKE BUTLER -"1 thinkit Carroll's comments drew showing they had been a with respects to what they Pirnini reiterated his objection
is redundant for the county fire from Board Chairman contractor for two out of three may or may not build. raised during a past
commission to be its own Felton Smith, who replied, years prior to the ordinances meeting in which he told the _
advisory board," said local "Don't you ever come beforeme enactment to become a The grandfather clause will Board, "You are not qualifiedas
Attorney Wayne Carroll in a and think that because we allow anyone who has been county commissioners to
surprise visit and objection to might be friends that you can licensed contractor in Union active as a contractor in say who is or is not qualified to
the public hearing held duringthe get something to which you County without being requiredto Union County to become be a building contractor or at
regular meeting of the are not entitled." take an examination was licensed by going before the what level'
Board this past week as they changed by the commission. Board and requesting a
enacted a new ordinance Carroll also objected to the Pirnini's objections were
forming the Union County way the grandfather clause in While the Board has the license after having presented not to the ordinance but to the
Construction LicensingBoard. the new ordinance was ultimate power to hire or proof of his abilitiesand for a commissioners sitting in
worded and asked that the appoint whomever they period of six months the in- judgement of who is com
Carroll's comments came commissioners consider choose to handle the licensingand dividual applying for certification petent to be a building con-
during a discussion of the new changing it. giving of examinationsthey can do so without tractor and at what level the
ordinance aimed at chose to ignore Pirnini's being required to take an individual seeking a license
establishing levels of competency "The way I read the sectionon request to be appointed to the examination provided that he should be placed into. His
and licensing for the grandfather clause," board with some of the can substantiate his claim objections stem from the fact
contractors in Union County in Carroll commented, "is that strongest objections coming with letters from private that he (Pirnini) is the only
accordance with a similarstate 20 from now if someone from Commissioner Gerald parties or business concerns building contractor in the
years
law and an ordinance has been actively employed as Griffis, who although that he has done a satisfactory county at present that has
recently passed in Bradford a contractor.in Union County currently unlicensed by the job of building for them in the taken and passed an ne
County. for two state, is operating as a con- past. examination for his license
or more years prior to
Carroll accompanied local the adoption.of this ordinance, tractor and was responsible given by the state.
contractor Richard "Dick" he could come before the along with county attorneyHal Carroll's objection, basedon
Pirnini to the meeting, competency board and Maines for putting for. the fact that no time limit Griffis said they would
although Pirnini stated after demand to be licensed under ward the proposed ordinance was given in the ordinance as consider possibly seeking
Carroll left that the attorney this section and you would finally enacted in last week's (te when a shut off date mightbe advice at a later date if
had come ot his own accord have no option but to grant meeting.The for making application for necessary but for the present
commissioners would sit
and not at Pirnini's request. him a license." certification without only +
Carroll told the Board that ordinance has been examination was eased by in judgement of those seekinga

he felt they would be wise to John Viking of the state's carefully designed not to,put the move that was to be license in Union.It .

consider putting private Licensing Board for the out of business anyone that is written into the ordinance Judge A. L, Draggers says that not having a full tank of gasoline In his model "T" Ford hasn't
citizens on the Board because Construction Industry of a legitimate contractor and stating that anyone not is expected that the bothered him In the least during the fuel crisis. "1 can't fill the tank up anyway," the judge
he could see where they Florida, also present at the one who has been actively making application for certification clerical duties involved In the said,"it leaks."But Driggers purchased the car in Lake City, said that eierjthing else on
themselves might fall under meeting, disagreed with carrying on a business prior to without examinationwill new ordinance, which must it works fine. Anyone in Lake Butler can see the well maintained antique daily as his honor
tremendous political pressure Carroll, but after considationand the new statute requiring be required to take an still be approved bv the drives it to and from work.
from friends and acquain- several the contractors to become examination if they fail to Secretary of State, will fall to
tances wishing to secure a section of the ordinance readings,'that licensed arid segregated into make application to the board the office of the County Clerk.
license to operate as a con- different levels of competencyccaccacccccccccc between now and September. Robert Driggers.
tractor. would have allowed anyoneaaaacacccccccccc __________________ __________ ----- toooo
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fllBWHIV. PI HI* VH MM .. 10tocx I
I /} by Noreen Ash.
I | If 'n ole.A Lake Butler Correspondent Q riOrr/Sr/vl/ O/D 6SI DeArmond
I | i fOFCfffl Phone 496-3263 J by


by Noreen Ash Mrs. Earnest Peacock, Miss Once again it would appear has hinted that quite possiblythe
Harriet Rihent and Miss that the city fathers in Lake only thing that might be
OC, Shelley Riherd served at the Butler will have to go it alonein done to the stand itself is to
Miss Harriett Maines refreshment table covered order to accomplish the whitewash its appearancewith

My column on this page is Mrs. T. R. Braddock, Mrs. Mrs. Nancy Sobach wants Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Grahamof daughter of Mr.Lake and Butler Mrs. and HalY. with floor length white satin task of cleaning up the a bit of paint. All right I
Maines of ,
new and, hopefully, will with lace Silver Lakeside Park and but if it has served its
you Richard Rue of Lake Butler everyone to know that the Worthington Springs were David a overlay. area suppose,
enjoy reading items of in and Mrs. James Tompkins of second meeting of the Adult guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. bride-elect of of Mr.Mr.and Mrs. candelabras with lighted blue restoring the facilities thereinto purpose and isn't going to be
terest about your neighbors, Raiford attended a luncheon Art Class will be starting Elixson after church services Mecusker,son Butler tapers and arrangements of a usable state that will be utilized or renovated, why
and look forward to possibly Earl W.Smithof Lake white accented with far of credit to the bother? Seems to me it wouldbe
hosted by the Women's Monday, March 18, at 7:30: Sunday evening for cake and of honor at bridal mums more a
finding your own name among Christian Renewal Group p.m. at Union County High coffee at the Elixson home in was shower guest held in the Lakeside a blue ribbons graced each end community than its present money better spent to do
the notes from week to weekas when they met at the Sweden School. Mrs. Sobach says the Worthington Springs.The Center in Lake of the table. state of deterioration.It away with it entirely rather
time goes on. House Smorgasbord in course is free and it's not too Community Other hostesses for the would seem that someoneat than leave a repainted
If you have items of interest Gainesville on February 28. late for any" .of you budding Public Affairs Butler March 14.Thursday evening lovely shower were !Mrs. A. L. least has either beaten this eyesore in the park to be
that you would like to con Everyone is invited to attend artists to Join. If you need Department of the Lake Driggers, Mrs. W. J. Cowen, writer to the thought or has utilized by youngsters at odd
tribute, please call me, the next meeting of this ladies further Information, such as Butler Women's Club is Mrs. Jewel Coleman, Mrs. given serious consideration to hours. Think about it.
Noreen at 496-3263, and I'll do group to be held at the Sweden what supplies to bring to planning a bicycle rodeo for Mrs. G. W. Fortner of Lake Inman Harrison Mrs. James a previous Cuss 'N Discuss While we are on the subjectof
best to see that get House on March 28 at 11:30: class, you can phone Mrs. hildren in grades one thru Butler greeted guests at the Whitehead Mrs. Mildred suggestion as to a remedy for the park whatever hap-
my Into the column each you week. a.m. Sobach, after 5 p.m. please, at ::ix. The scheduled date is door and Mrs. E. F. Rip- Rivers, Mrs. Clarence A. the situation, in either case pened to a couple of local
496-3686. April 20th, but the location for plinger Introduced guests to Roberts Mrs. James R. (and I would as soon the journalists suggestions that
the rodeo is undecided at this the receiving line. Wilson Mrs.Buren Dunavant, council had the credit, after apparently have been long
The community and sincere this Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. time. I will have full information Receiving guests with Miss Mrs. Paul M. Riherd, Mrs. all they are providing the forgotten? Remember the
writer welcome extend to Dr.a-Vladimir Willits Jr. of Lake Butler were Miss Lila Spires, daughterof for you later. Maines were her mother Mrs. DeWitt Brannen, Mrs. J. M. power) the point in fact is. the colored lights along theboardwalk..alas
of Hal Y. Maines, her grand Howard Mrs : community can look forwardto now we
Holowatsch and TheHolowatsch'b guests of "Kens" parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Spires Clayborn
moved family.from and Mrs. Kenneth R. Willits Lake Butler is home for a two mother Mrs. N. Darrell Beck- Driggers, Mrs. Cleatus Ward a better and more enjoyablespot have the energy crisis and it
Sr. at their home in week holiday from her classesat man of Jacksonville and thegroom's Mrs. Nolan Ward, Mrs. A. C. in which to congregate looks like "Sweet William"
their home in Macclenny to Jacksonville Thursday nightfor Florida Atlantic Universityof mother, Mrs. Earl W. Saunders, Mrs. Olen Tolleson, during the coming months of with his sailboats might be the
and
Lake Butler on in Saturday what used to dinner and an evening of Boca Raton. ] Smith. Mrs. A. J. Saunders, Mrs. hopefully good weather.As more practical of the two
are now living card games.Mr. William White, Mrs. Amos previously suggested the} ideologies..How about it
be the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Cason located on S. E. i The bride's book was kept Hward.1011's.\ 0. B. Dukes, Jaycee's group at RMC will be William still got the plans for
Mrs. Wilbur Brown and Mrs. contaced through the officesof our armada????
,
2nd Street. Again, I say / by Mrs. Dean Ward, sister of
Welcome.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hale of the groom and Mrs. RichardJ. Ernest R. Roberts. RMC's Superintendent Jim
and Mrs. F. L. Spiresand Lake Butler attended the spCCOROMIb'to DeVoe, sister of the bride. Miss Maines was also guestof Godwin to provide the labor "Bringing the governmentback
Janette Waters and Mrs. Ethel Hurse of Lake Farm Bureau agents annual $1- -. The bride's table was honor at a kitchen-linen for the monumental task that home is proving to be
son. Mark, travelled to Butler traveled to the meeting Friday night In Vero .--':"; covered with a white linen and shower on Saturday night, will see all but the refresh quite a chore. Anything thatis
Dundee Florida this past Jacksonville coliseum this Beach. The Hales were the its Us.aueIAu lace cloth, a permanent March 9, given by Mrs. ment stand renovated to a top-heavy Is usually hard
( Of LaMSYSWOMsstMAKI
Saturday and Sunday on a past Wednesday night to see invited guests of Mr. and Mrs. A Lira.* MORa: TNAAJWAIF '' arrangement of blue flowersin Michael Tidwell of Gainesville like-new condition. Current to move."-William R.
business 'trip. The Waters the Lawrence Welk Show. The Sidney Banack for the Of 'me 6X7UIN&5-' a blue Meng vase adornedthe in the home of her parents, opinion among the council is
were guests at the Johns "Champagne Music" was meeting and a roast oyster "MCN" WITH lea SAML apuGAnoMALFACw6auuo. center of the table along Mr. and Mrs. W J. Cowen of that the refreshment stand Is Lewis, The Lynden (Wash.)
. Resort in Haines City. enjoyed by everyone. dinner : /. ........ with the brides book. Lake Butler. beyond repair and the mayor Tribune.

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CITIZENSOne SENIOR STORE HOURS ;1 I


PI moment of silent, I OPENING WEEK

dedicated to the MON. SAT.
repose prayer of was the soul of our club f 9 9
member Elsie Stein, who G.m. p.m. f% ,
sang in the Community G
Church Choir for many years.A aI SUNDAY
book on church music will 10 a.m. 6 J
be placed in the Starke Public p.m. I
Library in loving memory of
Mrs. Stein. Her husband, Joe,
is still confined to Hill Haven
Convalescent Home,
Gainesville, and is expected 1
home in about a month.
Everyone wore a piece of
green clothing or decorationin
honor of St. Patrick's Day
and our meeting was
enlivened by tuneful Irish SAVE
ballads and jokes. Ice cream W1Ty
was donated by Houston and T'
Marion Driscoll and Verne
and Eloise Olin.A .
lively discussion about

questions membership.incorporation raised clarified by the tKALL1flALL THIS WEIICSTANCE'S

Complaint: A wife whose
husband died Feb. 28 had his
Social Security check with- /7fl
drawn due March 3rd. Why? AT
We question this action
because he lived for the whole
month of February. We think avt I
this check should be paid to BEAUTIFUL
his widow for that month. I
called the S. S. Ad-
ministration, Gainesville, and 1
the answer given was not

clear.Congressional battle loomson % yF NEW o 0
a a
Health Care.Why are we so EEF PE
generous with Foreign Aid, IIMN
Russian wheat deals, weaponsof
war to Israel and also Arab DOXIErrTm
countries armies in Europe
and other countries all over : 1
the world at the terrific expense : L_ _
of multi-billion dollars, -

yet basic we needs are of to Health stingy Care on the for \W N N DIXIE 1.1

the American people, who
have worked all their lives
and those who are still
working to pay this exhor-
bitant give-away of our in-
dustry and wealth?
:: -
Mr. Nixon's Health Care t ,
proposals are too much to the '1'1".;': .'
Insurance Industries and ,
,::, "
much little to the ,
too people. \
For instance, under the Nixon 1'1'y:: A
Health Plan, Medicare wouldbe 'f: ': \ ONLYAZYOUR: 11 : ,.
weakened. The cost of the \ GOOD MARCH,
average 12-day stay in the ,;.' HEMS, BELO\ DIXIE1HRUe \ ,;' .",.t
hospital would jump from the '/," S1Atl\E\ N t, '

day present stay$84 in to the$342.hospital For a 30-a ti..) NEW:': )PLUS CtAa! ':r, 825 S. WALNUT STREET

maximum confinement of ; 'pCK ips UMT tea .:: :,.
more than 90 cent of all
per
hospital patients would cost \ \,'. '16. .. #'.RMT.0 1RIP s' ',,"'J'I',,
'50 instead of the current ; : HWY 301
\harge of $84 which is 9 times (,. D'rttftftk' ,.
"' .
great. The monthly Part B "' '
'emium for doctors' ser- 1.1\\ 'LIAR .I
ces would increase from the ..t:"". ''I" ,. \ \ "

sent-fter 14$6.30 serious Bills to on$7.50.examinationthe Health Care ,*(0//; ;- ;. C: Riae.P.\ ;; :i1j, : COME ON OUT AND JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORS IN THE FANTASTIC


mbers the Congressional of the National hopper, : : \e, /t"t:;Y GR'T J' GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION OF YOUR NEW STARKE WINN-DIXIE.

ommitted uuncil of Senior to the Citizens passage are of '; \\t\ O"c Alt ttESMEN ORe ::' YOU'LL HAVE TO SEE IT TO BELIEVE HOW BEAUTIFUL A SUPER-


in the Health the Kennedy-Griffiths Senate Security and Proposals H. R.-22 Bill S-3 in l\\ ( Nts.0o 0/1/ u f 6\.E1'\ ., ? MARKET CAN BE WITH SPECIALS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT FROM

the tinued House.in my This next will column.be con :': ,' WR'1'Nio"'OW"OR \ '',I'; ';':, : HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE TO U.S. CHOICE BEEF.

packages Don't forget for to our bring White your L i'I.:" p $ ,, .1,,> l COME AND LET US SHOW YOU THAT SAVINGS REALLY ARE .

Tues.Elephant,Mar.Auction 26, at 1 p.m.Sale, PrattSt. on .;1., "OOMUS1' oslt rJstalc"U'SM\\ ,::':r\\" ': '. "IN THE BAG" AT YOUR WINNDIXIE.1Wt .

Rec. Center. '. \..' .,
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2301 Starke Sleepy is a member Hollow of a Drive wing, v i\}\1'.,,, ".. .,, .. ..c-\...,. t, 'e'', ;.aa ,, '1 EIU'10'I'C' 51 .Ii. "' /1f \
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award for exceptionally '
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1, 1972 through last June. ro NAP' 0-' >" .I "' .f;'. '
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for over-all professionalismwhile j5 aeu; ,SI!:AL i", ;;oo"' '.I eei: !(qr '.
maintaining a high state '1!{',,' QUA" ''I'U\O ;: ,
of operational readiness as (i :ORANG : ..0 w/aoo/ :1 .;;, Quantity Rights
one of the top USAF units in S"
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Europe.The i\\ 'G.'II t
sergeant will wear a .....'W ; $,t.\JP1: WINN.DIXIC STORES. I INC. i
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service ribbon to "t' ". >: 01'/$0"-/ ,' COPYRIGHT 1974
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graduate of Bradford High ';""""' ." 110''V..'U' 1'5', ...1"" .
School. His wife, Linda is the 'I .. ,.... ; /'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. 'CA.S,..,1, .. '..4'. :,. '.C"I"" 0 ooo..r./"
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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Church Training, 6:15: ;
Pine Level livening I Worship at 7:30: BAPTISTSING AT GRACE 'oit. ,lIarlc'.r (:hur,'"
R9'y Corner of Weldon and Sermon "The Third Word
ItaptiHt ChurchFour Brownlee Charles Whatley, From the Cross." Grace (:,dI'r For Wvi'k
Pastor. Monday-Girls ensemble, Baptist Church announces
miles west of Starke on 6:35: p.m. Youth A Choir, 7 a Gospel Sing
+. Hwy-100. Church phone, 964- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. o'clock; Youth B Choir, 8 featuring The Berry Family of Sunday, March 24-Holy
Eucharist
I Lakeland, and The 8:30 a.m. Church
1 t y 6490.!)( Parsonage, 9646407. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. o'clock. Weeks
School
M Youth Service 6 Tuesday-Junior Choir family on Saturday, March 9:45: ; Morning Prayerat
'' Sunday Bible School, 10 p.m. 3:31): (
a.m. Sunday Morning Wor- Evening Worship 7 p.m. p.m.; Assn. WMU Meeting, 23, at 8 p.m. The public is Churchmen 11 ; Episcopal Young
ship, 10:50: ; Sunday Evening Wednesday Night Prayerand ; Brooker Baptist, 7:30: p.m.WednesdayActeens cordially invited to attend. 2:30: p.m.TuesdayBrownie .

Training, 6 p.m. Sunday Bible Study 7:30: p.m. V .it t 5 604. 7:30: D.m.Wednesday. Troop
Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Youth Session carU6i o'clock; Family Night Supper, Holy
-
Wednesday Evening Keystone Mote Keystone 6 o'clock; Hour of Power and Be An Early Bird Eucharist
10
Worship, 7:30: p.m. Choir Heights, Thursday 7 p.m. Starke V*>KMrc Q II. A. Meeting, 6:30: ( ; Teachersand At present rules, one of four' Group, 10:45: Covered a.m. Prayer Dish
Rehearsal, 8:3: (). Assembly of God Gospel Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; Americans will eventually Ret Supper, 6:30: ;
Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m. Hour, WPXE, 1490 on your Opportunities for Service Church Choir Practice, 8 cancer, says the American/ CancelSociety. Prayer, 7:30.ThursdayWomen: p.m. Evening
Sunday Evening Teen dial Sunday 8:35: a.m. o'clock. Reduce the death
Sunday--Sunday School. of the
Singers practice, 5 p.m Come and visit the friendliest 9:45: a.m.. Morning Worship, Thursday-Visitation, 9:30: toll by helping the Society Church meeting, 12 noon. Girl
Teen School Prayer church in town. Where 11 a.m. World Friends and Music spread the word thlt early detection Scout
o'clock
sermon: "Jesus Troop 614, 3:30: ( p.m.,
Meeting, 8 a.m. Tuesday, people are being saved and and Ilis Church", Community Makers, 3:15: ; Pre-School saves lives Give when Inquirer's Class, 7:30: Senior
Hurt Bagwell Room A-18 in High School. tilled with the Holy Spirit Census 2:30: ; Youth Handbellsand Music and Mission Friends, the AC.'S: volunlcei! knocks. on Choir, 7:30.FridayJunior: ;
Bring your Bible almost every service 4:05: p, m. Visitation, 7 your dar
Church Choir
Council
o'clock 3:30
..... 0 ,5 ; o'clock. pm :
New .lOver

Associational; SAVE WET

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WMU To Meet


At Brooker"You

Can Become" will be 68SiMNGSARE1LB.
the theme for this year's
Associational Woman's
Missionary Union meeting to
be held at the Brooker Baptist
Church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
March 26.Guest i
speaker will be .
Hubert O. Hurt, of Jacksonville PKG.
who is associated with L4
Language Mission in Florida,

His Home topic Mission will be Board"You Can, SBC."Be ryF ISN'T IT NICE TO KNOW, THAT IN A GAS CRISIS,
Part of Something Great.
Also taking part will be Miss BEEF PEOP '
Ruth Bagwell Acteens Quantity Rights

Director, Florida Baptist PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH 21 Reserved
Convention, who will speak on"WMU".Can
I WINM DIXIE STORES. INC.
Become. COPYRIGHT 1974
Everyone is urged to attend THRU WED. MARCH 27 _
this important meeting. ABAF T SAME itKRAFT
LIPTON WITH MEAT
JIF BLUE. aYOnndis!
Dr. Bob Sensat Chicken Noodle 'Sr47e'
Berry Mix 5 I Os.$100 i DETERGENT
I # BETTY CROCKER RTS
Will Conduct SUGAR TWIN
c
S.; ; :

Rivival HereDr. *
BETTY CROCKER NATURAL
RALSTON (RICE CHEX $-e*. 47c) OR

revival. Bob service Sensat March will conduct 25 31 Wheat (hex ''Ss:49el: 11 in it l wit i-.os e twding lg Cereal 0 . '16.PKG.0 : 79C

nightly at 7:30: at the Pine GEL OR GRAPEFRUIT BETTY CROCKERSnack
Level Baptist Church.Dr. Gel( Puddings PKG.59c:
Drink 3:1'99c;
.Sensat received the B. S. t
degree with East Texas JIF HONEY DATEMuffin
Baptist College, and his KNOX Mix 5 :ft K S $looBAKER
Masters and Doctorate with Orange Drink 'S12E; 99c 32-01 .
Homestead College of Bible by 4 9oxPKG. SWEETHEART PINK LIQUIDCoconut
correspondence. He has ANGEL FLAKE JAR "
pastored in Texas, Louisiana R ot. 49C Detergent TL39C
Arkansas, Virginia, and . CAN
Florida. He has now pastoredat SUNSHINECremes
the First Baptist Church in NABISCO OREO LIMA BEANS DETERGENT Cheez-Its 6KG= 45C
Green Cove Springs for over 'Ss-451 ao
three years. I/
The pastor, Rev. John
SAVE 17
Strickland, and members SAVE .11' .
cordially invite those of the ALL FLAVORS CHEKDRINKS
them for
community to join
this revival meeting. The Pine CHASE & SANBORN THRIFTY MAIDORANGE
Level Baptist Church is
located four miles west of
Starke on SR-100. COFFEE JUICE

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SurrencyRobert CANS CANSDIXIE

Surrency, 82, of
Tampa, a former resident of
Bradford County, died March iAVI 33. THI TV MAID 5ICHON5
tux tiourBvi.. OF*
7. DARLING THRIFTY MAID GRAPEFRUITTHRIFTY
Survivors include his wife, HONEY BUNS DETERGENT
LUNCH MEAT
Elizabeth; one son, Clyde M.
Surrency; three daughters, 1201 49c B
Mrs. Mable Fletcher, Mrs. PKG. I I
PINEBREEZE USDA INSP.
Eunice Taylor, and Mrs.
Hazel Hollinger, all of DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH THRIFTY MAID MAID FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE GR. 'A'

Tampa and ten; greatgrandchildren.Funeral ten services grandchildren were held., BREAD BARTLETTPEARS MIXEDVEGETABLES Extra Lge. Eggs

Saturday, March 9, at 4 p.m.


I at Tharp Brandon the at officiating.Seffner Stowers with Cemetery.A.L.Bennett Dr.Chapel Intermentwas J. Earl. in 2 :88t: : DOZEN 68





Arthur L. Bennett, 77, of
.
THRIFTY MAID 16-o* THRIFTY MAID CUT
Tavares, died March 8, in a
Leesburg hospital after a long CANS
TOMATOES T6-OI.
illness. He was born at GREEN BEANS
Raiford on April 30, 1897, the CANS
son of G. M. and Carry Sapp SAVI I5t OIXII DAIUING 1HOWN N SI VI
Bennett, and was reared in

Starke.He moved. to Tavares many SAVI SALTINES> CKACKIM GOOD FLAKY ROLLS

years engaged ago in where the nursery he was 3 28-o. $1 NUSOFT FABRICSOFTENER 269C:: 3 2B.: $1 1

business,and also was a citrus CANS 3301. CANS
grower. He. retired several SIZE 85C
years ago.Surviving
are his wife,
Eula, and one daughter,
Lazelle Tomsett, both of FRENCH'S NESCAFE INSTANT (6( -o.. $1.19)) PURINA DUNCAN MINES

Tavares; six sisters, Mrs. Color Kits 1 Vi-oi.' 49 Coffee 10'01. $165 Cat Chow KKK. $1 S7 Brownie Mix 'KG.79c
Floy Sulliven, Theressa; Mrs. PKG. JAR .
Ruby Johns Mrs. Teresa
FRENCH'S RED, GREEN OR YELLOW TASTER'S CHOICE ZE'RIEt4'< ol. SI.33)) FIGARO (CHICKEN' & TUNA 2/3JO) OR TUNA

Crosby Rhoda Mundorff Underhill and all of Mrs Starke St.Lucille;Peter Mrs. Food Color to.SIZE I 25C Coffee . *= $243 Cat Food 2'CANS37c: SIyLUMix.; ;; I-.' 69C

sburg and Mrs. Ruth
; LINDSEY LARGE PITTEDOlives DEL MONTE TOMATO 9 LIVES SEAFOOD PILLSBURY RICH & EASY

one Calhoun brother, Jacksonville, Jasper Bennett; and, 59C Juice 46'01. 49C Cat Food 5 6'/2'01. $100 "'."' 59C
Land o' Lakes. . CAN . CAN CANS Frostings PliO.
Funeral services were heldat
STAYFREE DEL MONTE STEWEDTomatoes' BUBBLE CLUB LIQUID PIllSBURY INSTANT

Tavares the Baptist with burial Church in the in Maxi-Pads '12.CT. 5ge 'lo-oi. 39C 22-ai. 55C Breakfast '%' $1 9
Detergent .
Tavares Cemetery. PKG. CAN BTl. .

DECAF IISTINT ((4'01. $1.23) KAl HAN CHICKEN SWEETHEART LIME LIQUID SWEET 10 LIQUID (o-oi. 99c)

your To help lifetime Let's wipe Dolt, out support cancer the in Coffee . 8 JAR 01. $217 Dog Food 2''14'/2'01.CANS 77C Detergent 'BR.. 65C Sweetener 12-o BTl.. $149

American:, Cancer Society
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To help woe Give more,give more EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA

to the American Cancer Society I I 4"- GREEN I GREEN STAMPS I 40X GREEN STAMPS. ... ( JfA GREEN. STAMPS : I I Jen. GREEN STAMPS..... .. ;
fur its programs of education, .0.w wWKO C.s,00 KN ... NIwIM,1 c_rl 0 NKNW K win*_......NwKN.M.... W WTN*MWt M COVMM AM*HMCNAM O wN Kw/MY.wuKl K
n'seard11lnd service. ONE 20CT. PKG. ONE 7-w. CAN ONE 20-lS. BAG ONE! 1 lB. PKG
GLAD TRASH tt&X OR LEMON ONE CARTON ANY BRANDCigarettes SMOKEV BEAR RATH'S SIACKHAWK
Calling Everyone Can Liners ; Pledge ; CharcoalGOOD Sliced Bacon
The / nerican Cancer Society N GOOD THRU MARCH THRU MARCH 27 0000 THRU MARCH 27 .. THRU MARCH 27 GOOD THRU MARCH 27 ,
urgei :ly nee Is the help of No. 31 .. iog. wi...t. .,, ., .,., .,, NO. .53...?..?.. ........,. NO. 54 .v No ."3 .r*ou*tacM WIMM. *MIIMarch
nl1l\mericl115 to help wipe out ._....p..._._.__Tam__..t.__.______ ...... ................K...... ..r......._..___..__._______..__ ...___.._._.____.d'.b.-o.o.----------rI

canter gen?rousl in).our lifetime. Give fEW I JffillJfD(] ( QOCJ(! Jf](a

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I BROOKER IN BRIEF by JeannettePrescoU CC Transfers Funds For New Building i

""M ;"nn""lnnrn..nt'. .. .,.... .".,. ........
Bridesmaids Luncheon nesday through Sunday. The Mrs. Bobby Gnann and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescottand A transfer of $5,000 to the materials would be obtainedat that no decision the naa. oeen State GwNV.--Department,:; .r" of Commerce :
reached request.
Mrs. Ernest Edwards youth will take over church children of Middleburg were Johnny and Claude building fund was authorized; cost. The building will on Howell chairman of which he said will
assisted by Mrs. Ho ware i services. visiting her parents, Mr. and Prescott were visiting Mrs. by the Chamber of Commerce contain about 1,200 square feet Gordon Industrial Development make a study here if an
the
Mrs. Evan Hodges and Inus Bazar in Jacksonville board of governors at their of be
Wait, of Gainesville, entertained working space. ,Committee reported on his agreement can reached}
grandmother Mrs. Mamie Sunday. were joined by regular meeting Thursday
They
PERSONALS with the County Commissionand
with a bridesmaid efforts -
I the promotional
Myers said an application ;study of
afternoon.Mr. Genell March 7. The transfer
Hodges Sunday Mrs. Reynolds for was the of Starke.
City His
luncheon in her home
foPatsy's r facilitate for an $8,000 loan had been i to attract light industry.
made to
Mr. and Kenneth Mott dinner. con that such aid
Mrs.
wedding attendant chamber motion be
I that the
made the Bradford ;lie
to County urged
and Mrs. Tommy Cox struction of a new chamber of
on March 9.Dedan. and daughter Sherra of Development Authority but work with the Division of enlisted was approved.
Kingsley Lake visited their had as guests for Sunday commerce office buildinghere Seven youths who won
BaptistWe parents Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ron in 1974 on property at the calves in the Calf Scramblelast
welcome three new Mott. Sunday afternoon. Barnette of Miami Mrs. corner of Madison and Walnut fall were introduced by G.
members who joined the Clyde Steele, of Vero Beach, Streets recently given to the T. Huggins. The boys reportedon
church last Sunday. Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Polk was Mr. and Mrs. Melt Vickery II I chamber for this purpose by their work with the
Conway was able to be back i in visiting her sister, Mrs. Faye and Linda Hoffman, of the Standard Oil Co. %. )7 animals, and Harvey Smith.vocationalagriculture ,
Church Sunday, and also Rev. Padgett in Gainesville over Gainesville Mrs. Inez Green, John Myers, executive vice ad-
the weekend. Shirley and Cherie and Mrs. president of the chamber said the
Brookins who has also beenill. They were visor, thanked chamberfor
The Vikings believed that the
Ernest Edwards. They at. the cost of the new building-
joined by their sister, Mrs. to its help in promoting the
Lorrie Roberts of Starke for tended the Edwards-Outlaw first woman was made froman wooden structure on a con In Ireland, the people wore arrows around their necks beef industry in Bradford
New River
Baptist Sunday dinner. wedding Saturday evening. alder tree. That's really crete slab-was estimated at prevent being shot by an elf. So far, no one with an arrow
This is News Wed County.
Week packing trunk! $10,900, since some of the around his neck has ever been shot by an elf I


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SUNNYLAND PORK ROIL HOT OR MilD
IlB THRU WED. MARCH 27.
Sausage o ROLL 99C GRADE 'A' CORNISH (114( -LB AVG )

HANOI PACK W-D BRAND Game Hens 2 fOR $199

Ground Chuck ... P9 USDA CHOICE Bfir W- BRAND JENNIE O WHITE MEAT
CHUCK USDA CHOICI BEEF 2 plG.$299 7-0.. II
Roast
FRESH SHANK HALF OR WHOLE SHOULDER OR ROLL CHUCK Turkey BOTTLE

Pork Ham IB99C BANQUET FRIED ((10 or more pi.c.i/fully cook.d)

W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF NEW YORK ROAST ROAST Chicken . 2 PKGTALMADGE 199 .

Strip Steaks 1 10 Bor. $998 BRAND CHICKEN

SCENTED, UNSCENTED,
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SPRAY POWDER Deodorant
W8LBS AVG. CUT 4 WRAPPED fREE) .

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FranKs $129
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B / E 09 CAN
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WINN DIXIE STORES INC / HICKORY SWEET
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TASTE O' SEA FISH STICKS OR LEE PAN REDI ROUND
CHOCOLATE OR REGULAR

Cheese . :PEG95c Perch Fillets 16-01.PKG.LB 99c Pound; Cake11-:: 99C Shrimp . '- $199 TABLETS

SUPERBRAND MILD DAISY STYLE CHEDDAR FLORIDA BAYER
JUMBO STALKS HARVEST FRESH FLORIDA fREEZER 'sVsBURY GRAVY, TURKEY GUVY SLICED
Cheese 29 CHICKEN OR BOIL N'BAG
LB 1 Oranges 5 BAG 59C Celery STALK 19c Meats '
CHEF DELIGHT !SPREAD CHEESE FLORIDA WHITE OR PINK 3 BAGS $100 ASPIRIN
2 IBPKO IB HOOD ORANGE ON COR DOUBLE ENTREE
Food . $119 Grapefruit BAG 59C Juice 3 32 o $1 Dinners 33 01.PKO.. SAVE
PIllSBURY SWEfTMIlK OR CTNS. $149
BUTTERMILK U S No. 1 YELLOW 14

Biscuits 4 I CANS OCT. 69C Onions 3 BAG LB 49C Juice ASTOR ORANGE 2 -s 6 $100 l POLY Potatoes SHOESTRING FRENCH FRY 4 V2 BAG L B. $119 100-CT. 71

MEDICO/ BUTTER ME NOTBiscuits
HARVEST FRESH GREEN BOTTLE
'10-CT. ASTOR GRAPEFRUIT FOX)( DE LUXE SAUSAGE OR CHEESE

. CAN 29C Cabbage 2 HEADS 39c Juice 4 c99c; Pizza -;
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:March 21, 1l7I! TKI.KGKM'II: I'uui-17



LEGALS NOTICE OF HAMPTON AREA NEWS C o m m U n i ews By Elizabeth Civcns IN MEMORYAPPLICATION Wither


By JoMphln* FonUdiw In loving memory of my
clear husband who departedSec.
FOR TAX DEED
;; 194. this life one year ago, March
6.F
S. r nI SCHOOL NEWS King.Jr on April 4 at 8 p.m. in Convention will be held at the Dinner will be served at 12:30. 9, 1973. Your vacant chair can
+r t The School Advisory the New Bethel Baptist First Baptist Church Evening Service 6 p.m. never be filled; neither will
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Committee for Adult and Church. Gainesville. Janet Davis is Friday, March 9, is the annual this space in my heart. Sleepon
that THE COUNTY OF I ri Community Education running for Queen. All Ushers Anniversary. and take your rest. I love
BRADFORD, the holder of the Program met March 13 at 4 DELL{'IIA1>'I'IoH: OES members are asked to please Everyone is invited to attend. you, but God loved you best
following certificates has filed 'h"Y xY p.m. Members attending were The regular meeting of Dell cx>pl>rate. Sunday, April 7, -Mrs.Annie D. Chandler.
said certificates for a tax) deed to Bob Blakeman, chairman; Chapter 168 OKS) will be held the Junior Choir is sponsoringa wife

be issued thereon. The certificate County Judge Elzie Sanders, Thursday March, at 8 p.m. Choirs on Parade at 3 .-.-.---.-.---.-.---_._.._.._.. -
p.m. -- -- -------------
numbers and years of Rep. Frank Williams, Mrs. All members are invited to Greater Allen Chapel AME
Issuance the description of the Verna Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth attend. Plans are being made Church, Rev. B. C. Williams
property and the names in Walker Owen Hoover, for the Grand Session in pastor. Choir Rehearsal for I
which it was assessed are as Millard Brown, Mrs. Bernice Jacksonville April 1318. Your Choir No. 1 is held each Kingsley Builders Inc.
follows: Bateman, and C. E. Palmer, cooperation is needed. Tuesday night before the first ,
Certificate No. 26; Year of adult representative from the and third Sunday. Sunday I
Issuance 1968.Description state department. ('III'RCIINEWS: School, 10 a.m. Morning
of Property: Beg.at CONGRATULATIONS! Purpose of the committee is New Bethel Baptist church, Service at 11. Rev R. E. Custom Line HomesLetUsBidOnYour.Joh
NW Cor. of N 130', of Lot 35, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall RECREATIONThe Ceramics to help the people of the Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Lamb, Presiding Elder, will
in Lawtey E. of RR, East of Rd. celebrated their 49th wedding drawn class has community to understandwhat Prayer Meeting and Bible hold his second quarterly
225, S. 50', to POB, E. 50'( S. anniversary with friends Mr. the interest from several of the school is doing to Study each Wednesday nightat conference. All boards are I
50', W. 50', N. 50', to POB. and Mrs. R. A. Brannen and It is young people in this area. meet local needs. The committee 7:30.: A one-day session of asked to have a written I
Name in which assessed, Mid Mr. interesting to see what from the Mt. Sanai Convention will
and Mrs. H. A. Lawson, these will have input report. Everyone is invited to
State Homes, Inc. with a dinner in Gainesville.We piece people of clay.FRIENDS .can create out a the adult basic needs of the beheld in Newberry on March attend the Fellowship Hour at Your Plans Or Ours I
All of said property being in wish the Halls many more non-readers to the students 23. Sunday services will begin 3 p.m., which will terminate II
the County of Bradford, State of Happy Anniversaries. who need help in getting their with Sunday School at 9:30: ; services for the day. I

Florida. AND NEIGHBORS high school diploma or in Morning Worship at 11. The Sunday March 31, will be Visit Our Models In
Unless such certificate or SENIOR!' CITIZENSThe Mrs. Helen Reynolds, preparing themselves for a Fellowship Hour will be heldat observed by the Missionariesat Beautiful I
certificates shall be redeemed regular meeting of the of Brooklyn, N. Y. is visiting vocation. Information may be Mount Moriah United 11 a.m. The Building Fund
according to law the property Hampton Senior Citizens was with her daughter and family obtained to organize a Methodist church, Rev. Willie drive will terminate in this
described in such certificate or held March 15 with one visitor, Mr. and Mrs. Niles Scott. She program anywhere in the Stilt Pastor. Election of officers service. All members are Montclair, Orange Park, Fla.
certificates will be sold to the Mary.Jones. All were happy to will be here for a month enjoying county.It for the Fellowship will asked to please cooperate in I
highest bidder at the court have Huth Dennison back the Florida weatherand has been said that opportunity be held at 3 p.m The messagewill these activities.
house door on Monday in Monthof after her illness. Ruddy helping her daughter knocks but once. In be delivered by Kev. B. C. Greater Bethlehem Or Call
April, 1974, which is the 8th DeWaters is home from the Barbara. Mrs. Reynolds our program, it knocks for Williams. Ministers and Freewill Baptist Church, Rev.
day of April, 1974. hospital, but was unable to celebrated her birthday on anyone who wants an Deacons Union will be held Jasper Williams pastor. '
Dated this 5th day of March attend the meeting. We hopehe March 19. education and is willing to ask March 28-31 at New Bethel Easter practice began the
1974. will be able to attend the for it. The Advisory Committee Baptist Church. weekly services Monday 264-2285 964-6464 'I
next meeting. The door prizewas NOTICE: welcomes help from Kbenezer Baptist Church night. Tuesday night Senior
By Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk won by Florence-Schaub. If you have news items, any interested citizen in the Hev. Leroy Davis pastor. rehearsal was held. Wednesday Orange Park Starke, Fla.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Game prices were won by Bill please either send them to the community in making every Choir Rehearsal Tuesday Prayer Meeting.
Bradford County, Florida Fontaine, Evelyn Vaughan, writer (Josephine Fontaine) opportunity available for our night. Bible Class and Prayer Thursday night Easter
3/144t 4/4 Buck Dennison, Bill Schaub, at P. O.Box 160, or leave themat citizens to get an education. Meeting Thursday night. rehearsal. Friday night.
Ruth Dennison, Gene Taylor, the Hampton General Friday night. March 22 at 8 Ladies Circle will be held at At Night Call
and Sarah Taylor. Store. NAACPNEWS p.m. the pastor and the home of Mrs. Alberta I
NOTICE OF Happy birthday was sung to The Bradford County congregation t will render Risby. Dinners will be sold
SHERIFF'S SALE Ruth Dennison there were SCHOOL!NEWS' Branch of NAACP is askingthe services at Greater New Hope from'the kitchen Saturday Bill Powell 964.6810
two other birthdays, but they Mrs. Noel Silk's Kin- cooperation of all in- Baptist Church in Alachua Sunday I is Trustee Day

Notice is hereby given that I, were absent. "When You and I to dergarten 22 students Class with now adds up terested citizens in memorial Rev Robert Wright pastorTheWomen's Sunday School will begin at L,_._._._.___._...TF..CHG. ______...!t tB
Home Mission
Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of Were Young Maggie" was Tammy services for Dr. Martin Luther 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11
Bradford County, Florida, under sung to Lynn and Lillian Hall Westfall transferring from -
and by virtue of Writ of for their 49th Wedding An Southside during the past
E>Execution to-wit: niversary.The year. Parents would enjoy
next meeting will be visiting this interesting room
Execution> issued out of County held April 5 at 7:30: p.m. where the youngest pupils are
Court of Bradford County, learning colors, numbers and EveryPayLowPriccl, f ,
Florida pursuant to a Final other useful information.The Every ayLowPriee
Judgement for Jimmy Moore's Moridti, within four ((4)) months second grade class
Sun of from I the Kite of the first under the guidance of Mrs.
Sports Starke Florida CENTER CUT
and against Charles Cook, publication of this notice. Cissy Santangini made some II Pantry
REGULAR GRIND'
defendant, in the amount of EdCh claim or demand must be lovely convalescent cards for A
$269.69 together with costs of in writing and must state the place Pam Stinson who was SIRLOIN I .I Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
collection. ol' residence and post office address hospitalized last Friday. Theyare
of the claimant and must be happy to hear that she is

Have seized and have in my sworn to by the claimant, his improved and will probably be SUPERMARKETS
possession the following agent, or his attorney, or it will back with the class next week. STEAKS 11 COFFEE
described personal property to- become void according to law. Becky Crawford had an unfortunate STARKE'S
wit: Each creditor shall deliver sufficient accident last week 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.
f copies of his claim to enable and will have her left arm in a
the Court to mail one to each cast and sling for several te .v..e.. ,coo P.''el. c. .,L-UY b
One 1973 Stumpnocker Boat 9 .... .eN'. .",ccec '. ..
Serial No. GSF10015173. {personal representative more weeks. Becky is LB 7Q < Alt rec.IS eua Rreervw 21 10 C"mm
$15
One 1969 Johnson Motor 20 Ddted March 18 A D. 1974. naturally left handed, but is
UJ I trff art plated to acceptU.S.D.L
H. P. Serial No. J2704952. managing verv well with her BAG M jj
FOOD STAMP
One 1972 Road Runner Trailer NESTORKARNOUPAKISAncillary usual cneerti.iutlook. Ft
Serial No. 30334. Administrator of the The recrea%'n COUPONSFRESH
Estate of SIMON! SACKS, Dec. headed by Rick czzellreports

As the property of the above that the Softball League is BONELESSFULLCUT )I
named defendant and that on 2i 328 composed of four teams with R I CENTER CHUCK
their goal set to win four frfAPDAr 1 TENDER I CUT
Monday, the 1st day of April, I ROUND rawrArcrr 1
1974, at twelve o'clock Noon on games before anyone else. I
said day on the premises of the NOTICE This feat was accomplished 1 1
Bradford County Jail, I will offer Monday with Bill Rhoden's REEFm' ROAST
for sale and sell to the highest Lake Properties, Inc. has made team defeating ReggieBrown's STEAKS 1 j
bidder for cash in hand. the Application to the Bradford team by a score of 12- 1 I O
County Zoning Board for 0. Bill's team members to be
above described property of said reclassification of the property congratulated are: Ronnie i i i &

defendant to satisfy the described below from R1A to BR. Rodriguez, Yulie Kirchaine, fcggy
aforesaid Execution PKG89c
> Smokerise Subdivision SW 1/4 Timmy Saxon, Eric Carroll, : : $149

Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of NE 1/4 and SE 1/4 of NE 1/4. Larry Stone, Mike Ramsey, : : fBSP 9 9 LB
Bradford County, Florida This change in classification is Steve Spell, and Tommy
subject to a public hearing to be Rodriguez. New teams were

3/7 4t 3/28 held on Tuesday March 26, 1974 at selected and captain's picked. 1 1 / EvcryDayLowPrkePantry
7:30: PM In the County Com They are: Scott Davis,
mission room at the Bradford Charles Crawford, Yulie tT'r- SLICED Prid*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF County Court House at which time Kirchaine and Robert Pork ALL MEAT
BEEF
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL all persons interested shall be Yeager. The hard surface 1 .4 .i
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR heard for or against the proposal area is taking shape with two FRANKSGREEN
BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL as specified in the Zoning Code of four-square games, two .

ACTION. Bradford County. hopscotch games and a ;; .
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shuffleboard court ready for t a curl M
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IN RE The of
: marriage John Torade, Chairman use. This is a very popular U-W .
CHARLES GRESHAM, JR., Bradford County Zoning BoardL addition to the playgroundwith
Husband/Petitioner/ and MARY M. Gaines, Director students of all grades GIANTCORN i

WifeRespondent.LOU GRESHAM. It 3/21/ using it for regular physical j BETTY CROCKERPOTATOES | TETLEY
education training as well as
after school activities.
NOTICE OF SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The School Advisory j |
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Committee met Monday TEA BAGSGOLDEN
To: MARY LOU GRESHAM CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD- evening at the school. Print 17oz-CREAM STYLE or
I AU-GRATIN & SCALLOPED I
1207 Carr Avenue FORD COUNTY. Tom
cipal Casey discussed WHOLE KERNEL I 1

Savannah Georgia CASE NO. 74.16GUARANTY of plans the for school more and extensive playground use rTrwrwrl .Piton

YOU ARE action HEREBY for dissolution NOTIFIEDthat of FEDERAL SAVINGS facilities by the community.More "", R/&II/ 5.50 z 3 $1
an 88EveryDayLowPrice C
definite plans will be 4/l ; 100 ct.
. marriage has been filed against AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF explored at a later date. YOUR 1 ;; ;,;
I you in the above styled Court GAINESVILLE, a corporation, ""'- 1
I and you are required to serve a Plaintiff, vs. ELNA H. PHILLIPS, CHOICE I 1

f copy of your written defenses, if Defendant. Community News
any, to it on S. L. SCRUGGS, EveryDayLowPrice BonusBuy

I POST GAINESVILLE OFFICE DRAWER, FLORIDA"C", FORECLOSURE MORTGAGE (Con't.) SWIll ft MiltOW FANCY NEW CMW c uo wmtfwtm

32602 and file the original with Golden RipeBANANAS .YELLOWONIONS WESTERNCARROTS
I the Clerk of the above styled NOTICE OF MORTGAGE OBITUARY r9-T
Court, on or before the 9th day FORECLOSURE SALE Willie Mathis, 57, died _
!March 11 at his home in
of April, A. D. 1974; otherwise,
I a judgment may be entered Public notice is hereby given Lincoln City after a lengthy 1 14*
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I against you for the relief that pursuant to and in strict illness. He was a member ofMt. rI FKG
' requested in the Petition. accordance with the SummaryFinal Pisgah AME Church. _
'I WITNESS my hand and seal Judgment of Foreclosure Surviving are a daughter, FRISKIES I 100% PURE FLORIDAORANGE
i of said Court on the 5th day of/ entered in this cause on March 12 !Mrs G. J. Downing, of Pantry PrideJUICE I
March,' A. D. 1974. 1974 the undersigned as Clerk of Wyoming; a son, W. J. I ]mil
i said Court, will on the 1st day !Mathis, Jr.? of Canada; and CAT ;
, Gilbert S. Brown of April A. D. 1974, sell the five sisters.
I Clerk of the Circuit Court following described real property Funeral services were held I
By: Beulah M. Moody situate in Bradford County, Sunday, !March 17, at !Mt. UNSWEETENED I BUFFET I I
Florida, to-wit Pisgah with Rev. B. J. JUICE
Deputy Clerk : GRAPEFRUIT, BLENDED ORANGE 1 / R" '"/a i
3/144t 4/4 Franklin officiating. Burial 1 ASSORTED FLAVORS I S.....ORS NUEaurrr
Lots 9 and 10, of Block 30 of was in the Oddfellows I Imm 1
Blanton's Addition to Hampton, Cemetery. 10"R/Cfl" / FROZEN6oz
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida, !in Section 30, Township 7 39 C /1 6 $1
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF South Range 22 East, 46ozEveryDayLowPrice 1 6.5oz /95C "
AND FOR BRAD ,
FORD FLORIDA COUNTY.IN IN PROBATEFILE at public auction to the highest Smokey Sayn I I CANS CANS .

NO. 1-2183. CASE NO. 74- bidder for cash, at the East front HIGH WINDS SPELTROUBLE.
1
80. door of the Bradford County ... EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceLAMBMECHT EveryDayLowPriceZS
Courthouse in Starke, Florida, FIRE1'Don't '
ESPECIALLY KRAFT
In Re: Estate of SIMON SACKS, during the legal hours of sale, to. TROUOLFrU BARBQUESAUCE HUNGRY JACK FronPIZZA KING SIZEBREAD
Deceased. wit: between the hours of 11:00: a.
TAHt MAIM*
m. and 2:00: p. m. same being a
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO legal sales day and legal hours of POTATOES

ALL CREDITORS AND ALL sale.Dated this 12th day of March, YOU*

PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR A. D. 1974. _CHOICE _
SAID
DEMANDS AGAINST
ESTATE.
George H. Pierce I rww w w w ww w w w w w w w '" wwwwwww w w w w w w w +

You and each of you, are 996 North Temple Avenue ( twryarl0MaNOF FOR YOU" CARRY
1 1 LB GROUND 1 LIPTON 1 .. I' Awe
hereby notified and required to Starke Florida 32091 r.5nr.wIN...P COMPUTa COMPLITE
present any claims and demands Attorney for Plaintiff BRIM COFFEE L TEA BAGS 1 .OWN N'N siav* UNIOf! \., :"", LINE OF
which you, or either of you, may Gilbert S. Brown 1 II 1 1 13 ROLLS ASSOYIA """

have against the estate of SIMON Clerk of the Circuit Court 1, .WITH.,. .TMI DECAFFEINATED,,*COUPON, aoOO ONLY*. I. OFF N..".THIS 100, COUPON COUNT OOOO BOX ONIV ATftKTItf 1 ... ........ '. y. MIIDS -?, .'tiAfTEiA
SACKS, deceased, to the Judge Bradford County Florida t PIIIOI 4 a start outdoor fire, {. M RCNa1IP74YYr//CSMroN. C....c.I. I.'. ...."-COUVOM It M057510.551 ...... -
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FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia 80 Acres 22 A. planted pines STARKE BUILDERSA

CLASSlnElUTES r WANTED 1 seed 80c lb., Argentine Bahia 1 2 mi. road frontage $1.100 JIMMY MOORE'S $ SAVE $ COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
hay $1.50 bale at barn. 50 acre.
Sun 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
SportsMORE PHONE
Deadline for insertion acres in city limits Starke J. FRED DAVIS STARKE FLA
Tntselayfoon: preceding M. Edwards Box 628 Starke 2 BR frame house completely i BOAT FOR
Thursday before publication. Fla. Ph. 964-5379. 4tp 3/28/ furnished $8,000: YOUR MONEY TF GMC TRUCKS Congoleum Shinyl I Vinyl

:Minimum Charge$2.00 WANTED Used furniture I BUICK PONTIAC"A NO WAX FLOOR" RQ
"THE
PH 964-5791
(Covers li: Words) refrigerators washers Dah- -- --- -- -- 2 BR frame house, fenced lot STARKE LITTLE RIDE CAN INSTALLED COMPARE AT S3 5O Jtfl( .

Each word over IS mer's Discount House tfchg carport and outbuilding $9,600 COMPLETE OUTBOARD & SAVE YOU A LOT" TF COMPLETELY PER: SOYD

10 cents FOR SALE: 22 hand guns SERVICE GREEN COVE SPRINGS*'
Large 2 BR 1 Bath CB $25,500 STERN DRIVE Beautifully SculpturedHI
15 $39.95
WANTED: A lady to take care of $19.95, automatic ,
REPAIR
All {"Ia.. irlt'dds must be infant twins in my home. Call 38 snub $49.95. Dahmer's AND LOW NYLON
paid) for in advance unless you Discount tfchg 2 BR Mobile Home on 100 x 200 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS EXCEEDS
9648072. MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM
have an established account - ltp------ canal lot Santa Fe $13,500 REPAIR Adult Mobile FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6 a 97
with the Telegraph in that BUILT FIBERGLASS'FISHING YD
--- ------ CUSTOM INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO
event :50 cents extra chargefor WANTED: 2 or more to work on A. J. THOMAS REALTOR BOATS Home ParkIN
billing. :Not responsible for chicken farm 1 mile South of 205 N. Temple Ave. Shag
errors when given over the Graham on SR-225. House or FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars 9646162 CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK''
phone or when copy is not trailer furnished to right made in Japan by Gibson now LILLIAN C. PEARSON machines typewriters MANY TF
at Dahmers Discount. Adding : WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD 100% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON
typed and brought to the of people. Call 485-5562 after 6p.m tfchg. Associate office supplies. Bradford County COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
rice Eddy Chicken Farm 782-3806 Telegraph. IFLong GROCERY AND NEW INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD$7 e 95
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Graham Fla. 2tp 3/21 SHOPPING CENTER
.. NO PETS TF
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FOR SALE: Nine 11-foot church Two new homes in Brooker JO-LU COURT
pews excellent condition. $60 1 acre near Lake Butler

RENT 1 each. Ph. 468-1666. 4tchg 20 acres. Lake Butler ChampHome U.S. 301 SOUTH

LIFOR MISCElLANEOUSSEWING 3/28 Waterfront on Lake Butler : PHONE 964.8810 Assembly Applicants NeededAt

70 acres, Lake Butler
... and
-- ----- -- 170 acres Providence

FOR RENT Kingsley Lake. Several low priced homes [ Building Materials General ElectricImmediate
FRESH YARD EGGS for sale.
Duplex apartment 2 MACHINE: All makes 65c a dozen. Ph. 7823020. SACKETT REALTY -WE BUILD PumpsNew
bedroom furnished air cleaned, oiled and adjusted Itp 205 N. Temple A/e.
C conditioned. On lake. Call $7. All work guaranteed. 964-6522 'YOUR PLANS OR OURS openings for light assembly production
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964.5391 day or 964-7788 James Strickland. Rt. 2 Box YOUR LOT OR OURS' And UsedSALES operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).
night tfchg. Starke. Ph. 964-8733. SALE 1966
65F Itp FOR : 14' fiberglassboat
..
-- -- --- FREE ESTIMATES
---- --- --- -- 40 horse motor& trailer.
PARTS -High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
FOR RENT Rental unit, 2 468.1205 after Your
: 5pm. tip REMODELING REPAIRS .
PIANO TUNING: Call Yon Piano SERVICE the requirements necessary.No
bedrooms wall to wall carpet ---- --------
Service Lake City. Expert Real Estate ADDITIONS
condition. Couple only. 337 DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
air
tuner technician. Ph. 755- FOR SALE: Gentle Welsh pinto training, experience or particular educational
N. Walnut St. BOUGHT SOLD
... .... --.. ttp---- 0874. tfchg. mare good with children. Broker HOMES Plumbing Supplies background required.
7823564. TRADED
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FOR RENT 12' wide mobile BILL THE ELECTRICIAN AND ------------ Buy Sell- Trade- ACREAGE FOR SALE EXPERT SERVICEON -Apply between the hours of 8 a. m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday

homes outside city limits. J. SUBCONTRACTOR: All FOR SALE: Used chicken house AppraisalsCALL 964-6853 through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441, 12 miles
B. White Ph. 9646114. If no types of small home equipment. Call 485.5806.2tp ALL MAKES north of Gainesville.
BILL POWELL HWY 301 S. STARKE TF (
answer call 9648775. tfchg. remodeling and repairs. Fast 3/28 PHONE 964-7O61
REAL ESTATE
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service. If its in the home we

FOR RENT: NEW ADULT do it. Ph. 9648087. 4tp 3/28 FOR SALE: Pensacola Hay. Ph. 964-6464 Durrance

PARK Quiet, nice people, no 9647679. Itchg ASSOCIATES
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pets. No children Two Months

under 16. BRADFORD PARK LOSE WEIGHT GARAGE SALE: Friday and Ralph Bryan B64-N TEMPLE AVE. General i i&#>3l) ElectricAn

1757 N. Temple 9645988. with X-11 Diet: Safely Plan &$3.00.fast Saturday March 22 and 23 9646208BoL Free Rent!
Ptchg 4,25 from 9 til 5. Also 1963
REDUCE Excess Fluids
with Chevrolet $100. 339 N.
.. .. X-Pel 300. Money Back Miter
-- --- -- Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3- Church St. 1tp 964 b026 BRADFORD United FarmAgencyInc Equal Opportunity Employer
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FOR RENT: Office space at 4/11 15tchg rf
Plaza Motel. Will renovate to FOR SALE: Family cow 5 years 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. PARK .

your needs. Ph. 964.5065. WE NOW HAVE diamond old with 3 calves. Pete Smith with Heat and Air Carpet MOBILE HOME LOTS ONA REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER

2tchg 3,21, needles for any make or model Lawtey. ItpCOLORADO beautiful lot in Starke. 15 x 30 YEARLY LEASE YOU
front room with fire place.
-- - -- -- PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE
stereo player. Dahmer'sDiscount GET 12 MO. FOR THE

FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford House tfchg. : 20 Acres $4,975! PRICE OF 10 MO. S3O.OO FAULKNER-ASSOC Experience Spreader Or
$60 monthly, 6 Nice 3 BR 1 Bath CB in Excellent -
$60 down ROBERT
FAULKNERASSOCLOUISE
Village Apt. For info. call Location $19,800 MO 5300.00 YR CITY
---- ------- Beautiful,
Strout Realty Inc., Reg. percent interest. MCRAE-ASSOC.

Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. AWS SHARPENED, work high mountain valley. Owner, Beautiful Building and mobile SEWER WATER ELEC. 2305 N TEMPLE AVE
W. 10th
STEED, 911 [ Trainee NeededFULL
Ph 9646609.
Adult Spreader
tfchg.--- guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Amarillo Texas 79101. 806- home lots inside and outside city Park STARKE. FLA. 9645O65WANT

... leave at Jackson Building 3768690. l Up 964-5988 TO SELL OR BUY
Supply Starke or Keystone -- REAL ESTATE
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HWY
FOR RENT Zoned mobile Heights. Tfchg. 4 BR 2 bath CH and Air 301 NORTH TIME EMPLOYMENTFRINGE
CALL US FOR BEST PRICES
FOR SALE: AKC Miniature
homes acre homesites one 1757 N. TEMPLE PROSPECTS
half mile Schnauzer show quality WAITING TFCHGRobert's
south of Starke on -- ----
301 Inquire at trailer 1tp $150. AKC Chinese Pug CHECK WITH US BENEFITS

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also show quality $125. Ph. 964- WE MAY HAVE WHATYOU
mobile home hurricane an- 7929. Itchg. WANT & VACATION PAY & HOLIDAYS

choring and mobile home roof -- ------ LET US HELP YOU Plumbing Service y

AUTOMOBILESUSED coating. Olin's MOBILE Home FOR SALE: 10 acres in Bradford BUY, SELL TRADEI! GROUP INSURANCE

Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. County. East of Starke, 1/2 REMODELING

Starke, Fla. tfchg mile off 16. Reasonably Cadillac Uniform Co.
priced. Call 284-5367 after 6
HORSE SHOEING is my p.m. 2tp 3/21 _NEW ADDITIONS
FOR SALE1968 Mercury
business not hobby. 15 441 E BROWNLEE STARKE. FLA
my ---------- -

Overhauled Monteray excellent convertible.con years experience. Corrective LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes NEW INSTALLATIONS <7M i< >vt9 e>x Kc9 e7>ve9ivc7H tke> M ii<7ii iic>> e7M<
dition new tires, sacrifice for trimmimg and shoeing, and houses. Several sub- 10 Acres Just Out of City Good

quick sale $650. Shady Oaks 4813104.prompt service.4tp 4/4 Buck Myer. divisions to choose from. Only Land. 24 HR SERVICE
Trailer Park. 8 mi S. Starke. $95 down Monthly paymentsto
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Itp suit your budget. Ph. 468- 3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths. FREE ESTIMATES
.. MATURE LADY wants to live in 1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. Fireplace, Fam. Rm., Close To Mary Carter Paints
as sitter to care for elderly. All Conveniences.
FOR SALE 1970 Bonneville, Room meals salary $25 per Call 782-3563 Lawtey Fla. <
--- -- -- .
A C full power good week. Ph. 4681666. 4tchg. 70 Acres, 10 With Pines 20 With a,

condition 5 ItpWANTED Ph. 468-1205 after 3,28 TV Color picture tubes only Pecan Trees 40 Cleared. Mortgage Burning

p.m ... $79 plus labor, Dahmers
--
- --- -- -- Discount tfchg. 2 BR Frame,Approx. 2 Mi. From

HOOF TRIMMING: $5 per City Good Terms. Bill's C. B. Radio

r HELP WANTED 1 horse $6 corrective trimming. 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows SALE

3/21 Eddie/ Mott. Ph. 485.4402.2tp tLOST AND FOUNoJ Planted Pecan Trees 321 Temple Ave SB4-B34G


--------- -- 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice Starke Fla
Male custodian First Lot. 1974

Baptist Church Starke. Apply of IF remove carpets spots look as dull they and appear drear FOUND: Male puppy March 14 All Types Of Electronic Equipment
Man .Fri Corner 2 BR CB Const. Built
,
9.12am Recently.
with Blue Lustre. Rent elec- on Bessent Road. Black with Cash
Jetterson and Clark Streets. Discounts
tric shampooer $1. Devrick tan feet and nose. Ph. 964-
tfchg .. Inc., 301 E. Call St., 964- 5697. CALLUS WE HAVE MORE EXPERT INSTALLATIONBill
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WAITRESS: Wanted, apply in
person Horne Restaurant ...
,
US ..301.. Lawtey. tip 6163.t HOUSES GEORGE ROBERTS' Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses 2-5 Gal. 10%
-- --- REAL ESTATE-
fOR SALE 1WATSON'S FOR SALE
& All Management Permits.
.
WANTED Cooks waitresses ... ....
kitchen workers part time, 986 N.Temple Ph.964-7828 Ave..Starke Home of the Magnetic Signs 6 to 10 Gal. 15%

full time. Call the EM Club.
Associate 24 Hour Service
Wayne Douglas
533-2101 for
Blanding
Camp
ST. ROAD 13
Ph.9646593INSURANCE

appointment.... Itp HOUSEOFVACUUMS 11 Gal 20%
---- --- MOBILE HOME SALES up
Many brands of new vacuums
HELP WANTED: Maid service Yea at latt.. for the, mobile
$39.00 Used machines
up. horn uven. we have the
CARS CARS CARS
personnel for summer from 10. Expert Repairs all answer we have 20 acres ol AT REDUCED RATES 102 E. Brownlee
months $2 per hour 5 days makes. Parts Accessories new and uted mobile homo AUTO FIRE. BOAT DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATIONPLUS
weekly Apply Headquarters No overhead. All mobile homesdirect
for all vacuums. Built in
Camp Blanding, Building 1937 central vacuum cleaning overhead' from meant tl.OOO factory.savings No DOYLE E. CONNER 30 DAY WARRANTYON Starke 964-7025

Mon-Frl 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 2tp systems. 712 N. Main, to you the custom. INSURANCE AGENCY MOST CARS

3/21 Gainesville 3767110. TF THIS MONTH'S SPECIALS TCHG

----------- 12 wide,t .11I. ....::1...' OWNED & OPERATEDBY

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AII0I.C..21111. ::19'
FOR SALE: 24 x 60 Fleetwood A STARKE MAN
2 BR w-wather A
Coleman'sWELLDRILLING Mobile home, 2 bedroom dryer .... ... .....$5,155Used.2SR BRASINGTONCAD1LLACOLDSMOB1LE OLINS MOBILE HOME
family room, central air and .......... .....titlUted SALESHWY.
heat. All electric carpet and Save.,on IB milO *.10 Wide ... ..12.,55s !SILES&SERVICEFine : Marchant Auto Sales 100 W. PH. 964-5406 < ,',,,.t +'

A LOCAL MAN drapes. Ph. 9648023. 4tp .P(.. "n .....,.. ...II."' selection of Used Cars GAINESVILLE; _
3/28 ll.*4. 2 B*. "Wall to J}
FROM STARKE wall Carpet".... .. ...",79' Taken On Cadillac Trades 1636 S E. 3RD AVE. z ,
OMe. wide, all 2001) :'Ii.\V.13th 378-5301 LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED a

ELLIS COLEMAN FOR SALE: Registered AngusBull elec... .".ur n l th...".....$1.551Del. MARCHANT WILL REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
wide with "central'
KNOWS HIS BUSINESSFor J. B. White. air". ...'.. ....... ..$..., GAINESVILLE 7-23 pd. TREAT YOU RIGHT CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
Phone 964-6114 or 9648775. M ..pot-Attume Mo. ym". TF
Free Estimates Hide our Hoc.. C.n-Over 20
tfchg.
BTa'BToTTToTroTra"o"inrB a a a a mt
Acne of Oaks 4 Pine Bring B 5 s a B
Yayt PlelsingPal.MgCatteriRNini.
Call -
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MILLER-Brown FILL DIRTHauled 1
we farfeecueon Sunday ;r1
HawthorneFiling TryfemeonutOcMn24Mr YOUNG ((8
FOR SALE: Reg. Angus bulls *.aDayOayt CO.
Ankonian Jingo 2 blood lines 1 a Week

Cabments; office furniture long 12 ,to growthy 23 months modern bulls old PHONI 2.274or2at.e JACK SONVILLI:> 7JJ1 "';/,Dirt; : Vacuum Cleaners
<':
WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT. AS'
; index file drawers. reasonable. Ph. 964.7316.4tp N ,,4INO -+- s. p1 1 I3 Volkswagen N
Bradford County Telegraph. TF 3/28 and Shampooers
9 Call 468.1873STEPHEN
} core '0 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
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FOR SALE: 1 Sears 21" reel '" G1eanRR NEW a USED
> \WI
I' SMITH
Typewriters. Smith-Corona; type lawn mower with service '.: SALES SERVICE STARKE. FLA.

electric and manual. Bradford contract paid up thru April 1. s ROUTE HAMPTON FLA.jjjB SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY.
County Telegraph. TF 1974. 100. Used less than 10 TNI IS AO PO. 1MI. NORTH OF THE MALL STAR WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
hours. 9645476. 3/28 tlOaOPP. .DOWN PAYMiNT.rn GAINESVILLE TF
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# r s1)f Selected As
All-Region

Girls Play 1-1 Week ;


Members Of 3 Teams


While Boys Lose Two r y 5rc -. .. ... -.----- _...,.
Three Bradford Higr L "AII tnree are very two and each player was
;::agers received Region 1nonors deserving of the recognition counted on to contribute his
s for their performancesin i they received by being placed part in the overall team play."
For what was one of the best t: on the All-Region team, says The five starters that BHS
BHS Tennis TeamTaking seasons BHS basketballer i Head Bradford Basketballi was employing at the end of
have had in years, with i Coach Mike Sexton. the season are: junior Elva
a 5-2 victory over record of 23-4. BHS made it to the statei Hampton, Donnie Sewell,
Orange Park after losing 5-2 to "Mitchell and McMillan "The boys did not perform Junior Donnie Sewell i playoffs but were knocked out Alvaughn Golden, Curtis
St. Augustine the Bradford once again showed strength in 100 per cent Friday but Mike named to the first All-Region i in the first night by Class 3A White, and Abie Williams.
High girls tennis team is their doubles game playing McRae played a fine match team while Alvaughn Golder i state champion North Shore ofI "I felt like everybody had
having a winning season witha with Mitchell's broken and still came up on the short was named to the second and I West Palm Beach 61-56. BHS an important role and was
7-3 record so far, while the racquet and upping their side.We Just can't seem to win Curtis White to the third. won the Florida Star Con- valuable to us," commented
boys have a reversed recordof doubles record to seven wins any singles." The selection was based on i ference Championship, District Sexton.
3-7 after two straight lossesto and one loss," stated Coach Debbie Mitchell won her the total season per. 3 championship andI Last year BHS averaged
the same schools. Howard.In singles match 8-3 and Lynn formances. Donnie Sewell lethe I the Region 2 all class 3A letting its opponents to score
Friday against St. the boy's match straight Pierce won her match 8-4 Tornadoes in reboundinj g championship to land a berth 49 points while getting 51. This
Augustine the boys team was losses in the singles were against St. Augustine. Lossesin and was second in scoring. He! in the state playoffs in year they allowed 51 points
shut out with a 7-0 loss. Then Johnny Hobbs 8-2, Mike the single matches were averaged 13.4 points per game> Jacksonville two weeks ago. while getting an average of 63
Orange Park breezed by the McRae 8-0, Bruce Tucker 8-1, Jockel 8-6, McMillan 8-0, while grabbing an average ol f F "We had five players that 1t points per game. "We were a
boys 6-1. Chuck Hutcheson 8-2, Randy Hazen 8-3,Jockel and Casey 8- MM' 13 rebounds per game. He got t consider my top players in much better offensive club
The girls won three singles Crews 8-1, and Andy Crews 8- 6 and McMillan and Mitchell a total of 363 points in the 21 r performance; ," says Sexton.
matches and both doubles to 4. Hobbs and McRae lost their 8-2. This is the first doubles games. Sewell also hit ar i 'It's hard to single out one ors (See Page 20)FISH
take their victory over Orange doubles match 8-1 while. match that Mitchell and outstanding 60 percent of h l
Park Monday. Winners in the Tucker and Hutcheson won 8 McMillan have lost. field goals.
singles matches were 4. "The St. Augustine match is Senior Alvaughn Golder
Hjalmar McMillan 8-2, Debbie Again, straight losses, this one of our worst performances racked up an average of 12.(: I GAL
Mitchell 8-4, and Kathy Casey time to St. Augustine for the ," says.Coach points per game and hit a go R 0 P
8-2.Jennifer Jockel and Kathy boys were Hobbs 8-2, McRae Howard. "I was very disap- 48 percent of his field oda ,
Casey combined for an 8-3 8-6,Tucker s sl, Hutcheson 8-3, pointed over the loss and the Golden led in assists with
doubles win while Mitchelland Crews 9-7, Hobbs and McRae girls knew they did not perform total of 106 for the season. : SALE
McMillan won their 8-4, and Hutcheson and their best." White grabbed an averageof
match, as usual, 119. Tuckers q ire Y 'S i 10.7 rebounds per game anc I
Jockel lost her singles a total of 291 for the season

lost match 8-4.8while Lynn Pierce BHS BaseballersBeat White leading was scorer the Tornadoes with ar Small Black Mollies, .

Eddie Brown takes the baton over the finish line In the last
"I think I'm going to try average of 13.8 points pei
Kathy Casey and Jennifer I leg of the 440 relay in the Special Olympics held at the game and a floor shot average! Marigold Tuxedo Variatus
Jockel in doubles. They Bolles WalkedOn Bradford High track last Monday. of 51 percent.
played a fine match against Blue Moons

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H""I how- the team dragged to a five "We are going to try and held for physically and Ester Williams; 14-14, 1)) Underwood. Boys 8-9 1)) Joe i
inning 11-0 loss to Orange regroup and get ready for mentally retarded schoolchildren Gloria Woods 2))Betty Woods 2)) Everette Frazier 3;: Reg 1"
Park Tuesday in Orange Fernandina Friday," con- last Monday and Gamble. Boys 10-11, Div. 1, George Crews; 10-11 1! l.i
Park. cluded Coach Hatcher. most of these winners will be 1)) Terry Thompson 2)) Ronnie
The week's play has put the Friday BHS travels to meet travelling to Gainesville April Frazier 3) Terry Bramble; (See Page 20) _
BHS baseballers at 2-4 overall Fernandina at 4 p.m. Then 27 for the District meet. Div. 2-1)) Ronnie Davis; 14-15,
0 and 1-3 in the Florida Star Tuesday BHS travels to takeon Winners from that meet will Div. 1 -1) Kevin Cruger; Div. HEADOUflRHRSA '
Conference."We Palatka South at 7:30: p.m. participate in state competition 1- 1)) Eddie Brown; 16.17, 1)) CCec4 r0
'ov just didn't play good," "The next two games are at their own levels. Chuck Brown. D
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Harry Hatcher of the Tor- Hatcher. track meet: The 50 yard dash, Girls, 10-11, 1)) Telicia [ciwPRESENTS$ C a; Sale
nadoes in the Orange Park standing broad jump, Softball Nichols; 12-13, 1)) Frea McDonald -
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On! A II.Region..... I
Union Thinclads OnenWith Victory
(From Page 19))
this a' JLRicky a/
"The year.number of points our ,. 4 t Opening their season on the Union placers and their Jones 18'2 1.2.Wednesday.
opponents have been scoring .. ;t ." qye A I IuI home oval, Union High times are as listed: Walmsley 901. Union hosted a
Isan indication that we have a 10.\\ -I thinclads won their first meetin 100 yard dash 1) Luke High Jump 2)) Thomas 5'6. tri-meet with Santa Fe and
strong defensive ball club '1,. f the quadrangular showingof Smith 10-3; 4)) Sirmones 10.6. Shot Put-1)) Sirmones 42.61- Baker County. Next Monday
too," commeted Sexton.As \ Baker County, Hawthorne, 2. Union runs in Santa Fe then
ay v and Keystone Heights. 120 Long Jump 1)) Sirmones
a team the Tornadoesshot High Hurdles1) Perry Wednesday at home against
a good 46 percent of the Overall\ result of the meet 18.2; 5)) Hal Biddix .18.6... 19'7; 3)) Albritton 18'5; 5)) Baker again.grounder .
floor shots "Which is real rt was Union,911-2,Baker 78 1-2, :
good." BUS averaged getting ... Hawthorne 64 and Keystone Mile Run 4) Buddy Perry

42"All rebounds of our per statistics game. in 16.Curtis Sirmones led the 5:25.5:17:: ; 5)) Marcus McSpadden BHSNineFrom ..... I

dicatewhata good team effortwe t ,, TM Tigers placing first in the long 880 Relay 1) Union, 1:37.5 ( Paee: 19)
with a leap of 19-7 feet Smith
had throughout the ," jump Perry, Willie Albritton, -
says Sexton."It year and his first place in the shot and Stirley Jones. inning to score two runs while to third was

all points back to the fact ''., ,,l- putt with a distance of 42 1-2 getting the other. run in the mishandled by the Bolles third
that the team play, both offensively M tIt feet.Abraham 330 Intermediate Hurdles sixth inning. baseman and Jimmy Prevatt
and defensively was r i' Perry, the other 2)) Perry 45.9; 3) Hal Biddix Johnny Nichols started scored, giving Bradford Its 3-0
the main asset for the successwe star thinclad for Union, 46.6: 5)) Freddie Redding 57.1. things off in the second by winning advantage.
had this year," captured first place in the 120 getting on base when hit by a BHS hurlers have so far
says hurdles in 18.2 seconds. 880 Run 3)) Joe
Sexton. high Thomas pitched ball Catcher lasted through each game
"Those players that t will be .. } r Union also took the sprint 2:18.4: ; 4)) Edward Cunning Jackson Prevail singled to with having to be relieved,
returning next year are medley relay and the 880 relay 2:21.9.: advance Nichols to second. points out Coach Harry
talking state championship /I ..fnl in times of 2:12.2 minutes and David Kilby's sacrifice Hatcher.
already," concluded Sexton 1:37.4: minutes, respectively.) Sprint Medley Relay 1) advanced the runners to "Wise doesn't throw very-
'
+ r "I thought we got a really Union 2:12.2 Sirmones, second and third. Nichols then hard but he's a smart pit-
1 '. of if good team effort," says Track Smith, Albritton, and Perry. scored on a Bolles wild pitchto cher," Hatcher says,A junior,
Coach Jimmy Thomas. 220 Yard Dash 2)) Jones put BHS ahead 10. Wise has a 1.71 earned run
"We've only been working out 236. Tommy Wise singled and average. BHS has three other
for about three days." Prevail scored to put BHS up pitchers having ERA'S under
Sirmones was the high point Two Mile Run 2)) Steve 30.
man for Union with a total of Stoutamire 11:04.2: ; 5) Cun- 20.In the Bradford sixth inning BHS committed six; erros in
19 1-2 points while Perry was ning 11:50.2.: Jimmy Prevatt led off with a the Bolles game, and Coach
next With 11 12. Mile Relay 2)) Union 3:39.3: single and went to second Hatcher says, this is what he
"As soon as Sirmones getsin Thomas, Jones, Alfred when Nichols went throughthe hopes the team will improve
shape he'll be really good Homes and Walter Brooks. same treatment, was hit upon with work. Until the
for us, says Thomas. "Perry Pole Vault 3)) Mark by another pitched ball. With Bolles game Coach Hatcher
( eet t jap t8t{ 1 did an excellent job con- Richards 7'8; 4)) Redding! 7'0. Tornado runners on first and had been more satisfied with:
Y: sidering the meet was the first Oil"uS! 4) Brannen 91'15)\; ) second, Jackson Prevatt's the BIIS defensive effort. .
CQ PCQ J 1 xi r lima.,...._ 00-ha _Vtaa__ .run_. .thin..._ .van,__'.*."
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Bicvcle Accidents May Increase I
Survival CourseTo V '"
Each service is a Emergency
celebration of the abundantlife The increase in bike riding youngsters and should also:.

in Christ at the First These two runners exchange the baton during the 410 relay race during the Special Olympics Be Offered At Santa FeAn popularity in Florida, due in brush up on bicycle rules." '
Baptist Church of Starke. last Monday morning. part to the energy shortage, Bicyclists must obey all
will probably result in more traffic control devices and"
Join the happy hundredswho "Emergency Survival" workings of the body and how bicycle accidents, according driving rules:
find meaning for life course will be offered by they are affected by in- to the Florida Highway
through Bible study and Runners Take Second Santa Fe Community College sufficient amounts of air, Patrol. -Always ride as near to the
worship.The and will be instructed by a water, and food and changesin According to patrol records, right side of the roadway as
former Army Special Forces temperature. bicycle accidents accountedfor possible and not more than
hand on our steeple is instructor for a non-credit Teaching methods for the 77 deaths in 1973, which is two abreast.
symbolic of our task- And course. classes from 7-9 p.m. on four more than were killed in -Give arm signals and stop.
pointing people to heaven!! Third Places In 2 The course is designed to Tuesday evenings in Room 204 completely at stop signs.
equip the individual with basic at the West Campus, 723 West 1972.Colonel Eldrige Beach, -Never carry passengersand
Hear these messages from methods of staying alive University Ave. in Gainesvillewill director of the Patrol said, keep one hand on the
the word of God this week: during a natural or man-made include demonstrations, "College students and handlebars at all times.
Five-W Track Meets disaster and will be taught by class discussions and lectures. working men and women are "Hitching" a ride on a car'or
11:00 a.m. av Michael Cochrane, who in Registration for this and using bicycles for trans- truck is strictly illegal.
"Jesus-and His Church" eIHead ---- - -- addition to his military experience other non-credit courses will portation more than ever -After sundown bicycles

7:30: p.m. Bradford High thincladstook Track Coach Grover discus well and Sherman did has had 15 years on be March 18-20 at the SFCC before. Adults who have must have a white light on the
"The Third Word From part in two five-way Howard. "We got back and good job." commented a the water in all types of boats West Campus student lounge suddenly regained an interest front and a red light or a red
the Cross" meets last week placing had some good times in some Howard "Hodge is to and as a sailing instructor. from 9am. -1:30p.m.: and 4-8 in bike riding should reflector on the rear that can
second in one and third in the of the distance events. I was come into shape." starting The course will review the p.m. Classes begin the week of remember that they are not as be seen from a distance of 500
---- other. particularly pleased with the Bradford placing in the most basic mechanical March 26. skillful as they were as feet.
Last Friday BHS placed intermediate hurdlers."
Orange Park meet was: --
SUD.SCHOO; ; (. second with 82 points behind "Sheldon Hodge's time is 120 High Hurdles 1)) Cauley
9.13: t\. :\J. Orange Park with 145 points. coming down to his con- 17.8 2)) Sherman 17.9.
The Church in Training Green Cove took third with 61 ference championship time of 100 Yard Dash 5)) Bennett
6:13: P. :\J. 1-2, St. Augustine 36, then last year in the quarter mile," 11.3,6)) Tim Crews and Robert
Bolles with 28 1-2 points. Then says Howard. Hodge ran 53.7 Brown 11.5.
"The Church with a Heart, Tuesday BHS fell to third seconds in the open quarter Mile Run 6)) Mark Hodges 7f lqfZ
In the Heart of Starke" place. Placing first in the mile Tuesday. 5064.:
meet was 1974 super power "I think as we go Into April 880 Relay4)) BHS, 1:440: -
Call !Ui46fi2for ; Palatka South with 165 points when the big meets start, that Schoening, Mullins, Brown,
free transportation Orange Park 66 1-2, BHS 63, if our distance people will and Crews.
SA 441-2, and Green Cove with come around I expect we will 440 Dash-2)) Bennett 52.6, 4))
Ben P Bryant Pastor 36 points."I be able to run with some good Hodge 55.9. e, qtri"
was pleased with the job times," commented Howard. 330 IH 1)) Sherman 41.4, 2))
William Giorga Mm Music
we did Tuesday in the Palatka Bradford placers with timesin Cauley 44.3.
Sntfh I five way meet," the Palatka South Meet 880 Yard Run 5)) Larry ;..
---- ----- Tuesday are listed: Paterson 2:13.5: 6)) Paul
says1 120 High Hurdles 1)) Larry Parsons 2:13.5: Paterson was
ST. BERNARD PUPS Sherman 15.9, 5)) Jimmy ruled winner by a lean.
Cauley 168, 6)) Freddie Bell SMR 2) BHS 2:12.2: -

I 17.0. Shoening, Crews, Hodge,
.AKC Regis- ered 880 Relay 4)) BHS, 145.; Chandler. 9B4-B104
Tim Crews, Tony Shoening, P. Two Mile 5)) Hunsinger
782-3379 I J. Jenkins and Joe Gordon 10556.: 5 H.P.
were the team members.
Mile Relay) BHS 3:39.8 .
I'm 440 Yard Dash 2)) George Sherman, Gordon, Chandler, PORTABLEComposter
I Bennett 53.3, 4)) Hodge 53.7. Bennett.
II 330 Intermediate Hurdles Shot Put 2)) White 43'5.
I Y li' Sherman 41.7, 2)) Cauley Long Jump- 2)) Lennon 18'9.
I 44.3, 6)) Bell 46.0. Discus-1)) White 144feet, 3))
0 Sprint? Medley Relay 3)) Terry Hayes 121'8.Pole e -- $209
I I BHS, 2:12.8: Bennett, Crews, Vault 3)) Cauley 9'6.
u Hodge and Robert Brown. High Jump 2)) Cauley 5'6, 5 H.P.
I Two Mile Run 5) Kirk 3)) Hodge 5'6.
k Hunsinger 11::02.0. Friday Bradford thinclads I in 26" MOWERAllisChalmers II
r Mile Relay 2)) BIIS 3:35.6: travel to Ocala Vanguard to r. .
Bennett, Cauley, Gordon, and take part in a three way meet
s Sherman. with Vanguard and Palatka
Long Jump- 6)) Glen Mullins
South. Then
Wednesday night 1
18'10 feet. they go to Jacksonville's Rider
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For Only High Jump 5) Rudolph Robert E. Lee High School to ,
Lennon 5'6 feet. participate in the Lee Relays.
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$ Shot Put 3)) Curtis White M' Only 398 I
25.0o J 44'8 feetDiscus, ,:
1)) White 14012.
Females M. Bradford took five first Olympics
II. places in the Orange Park 10 H.P. I
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Only ... meet last Friday Jimmy (From Page 19))

Cauley was the high point man Charfes Woods 2)) Albert Garden
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