Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 9, 1972
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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14 The way was

; cleared for preserv-

ing the old Bradford

WrecksSpeeding Set County courthouseand

converting It to

1 H: r use as a museum and

I for other purposes
: For Downtown
) when the Board of

II County Commissioners -
: .: unanimously approved

Rebuilding JobTwelve motion authorizing Monday a

Joy ride and a report of
a stolen automobile ended up .!7 tie, r creation of a County

with a trip to the hospital fora Historical Commis-
fourteen year old Lulu boy '4 persons, including six "It's not an easy task to sion.
early Thursday morning. businessmen, heard Johnstontell ask people to Increase taxes
how other cities have gone on their homes to build a downtown Creating the Commission
1' as
James Randal Pease. 14 waa j about rebuilding or facelifting ," Johnston told the Starke a county agency would enable

rushed to the Bradford County; a sagging downtown area. The committee, but added he Is the School Board, present ow-
Hospital after he lost controlof city rebullder showed color most optimistic ners of the courthouse to trans
the ear he was driving follow slides of different ways several -
fer title to the building withoutan
ing a high-speed chase on SR- cities have treated their (S.. Page 8)Let'um) exchange of funds.

100 with police and running ., 1 downtowns.
through a police) road block on y .y Plans of refurbishing the old The School Board had agreedto
1 V
the outskirts of Starke. county; courthouse located in do this at its last meeting

Pease was rushed to the BCH r :: the downtown area at Call Street upon request of the Bradford
where he was treated for facial and US-301 were also relatedto County Historical Society, a
Injuries cuts and bruises and + I' i 1 the committee by E. L, state chartered group the

was later released. MAtthewS, Historical Society Fly! building could not be deededto
According to Investigating member. The Bradford newspaper the Society because It was
leer M. L, Slbley of tile' publisher Is heading a not an official county function.
move to restore the old building If you were a school board
Starke Police Department;
_r Following action by the Commission -
about 90 a to be used as a museum member would you take responsibility -
the doing
boy was A 8 v, and other functional activities. of allowing Junior a list of names was
mph. Way too fast to make the
submitted recommendationof
high students to ride an airplane on
curve. 1 S 4. Terming the old courthousethe the Historical Society as
The SPD first got word that most distinctive building on a school field trip. members of the new Commission -

Pease was heading their way, within Starke, Matthews suggested Mrs. Peggy Stanwlx-IIay : J, D. Hlnodworth. I:.L.
when the Lake Butler Police ........ that it could serve as Bradford Middle School in- Matthews Clzle Sanders Joe
radioed Starke saying that they a focal point for starting res- structor made the request.Her Kerrigan Mm Della Rosen

were chasing a car 'believedto .. e ,w ''K -'- ,..,r4... _. toration of the entire Call Street department head Steve Miller, berg and Mrs. C. A. Knight
have been stolen, at high business section.It brought it to the school board Clerk of the Court Gilbert S.
speeds and that they wet e head- was decided upon suggestion Tuesday. If approved students Brown automatically becomesa
ed this way.According,' Defensive Drivers by Attorney Elzle Sanders with so many math hours accumulated member and secretary of tho
to Patrolman Slb and Chamber Executive John would be allowed to Com n'sson as specified In
ley the Starke Police then set Myers that a committee of ride an airplane' from Gaines Florida Statutes 123.47 authorizing -

*.up a.roadblock. .- on the-ij outskirts> i--..r.n.._.. .-; Nine employees of the .Bradford Road Department received School ;officials;<< say they hope eventually to have all, four' or five,persona will be ville to Starkg A and I tack.Discussion : the creation' of County
oC town. certificates Monday for completion of a'16-hour'de city county and school employees complete the course appointed to'come up with a raged.On: the risk Historical Commissions.:
"',,. "Lake Butler then radioed fensive driving course at.the Bradford-Union vo-tech school a National Safety Council approved driver Improvement course. plan for restoring the downtown "If
factor the
"' Com
U8'' saying that they didn't think .. area using the old courthouse The law says that such
that the boy would stop so we ," In the photo (l-r): Commissioners Eddie Allen, Dave as a focal point. Mrs unbelievably Stanwlx-Hay good wasn't teacher suchan missions may have from five
pulled the cars back enough so Roberts hands out certificates and to ten members.
Chairman George E
Shuford, Ralph Bryan; road employees R. J. Grime C. "
that If he really wanted to get congratulates the men as rest of the commissioners look Daugherty, Dewey Fowler, Marlon Thornton, Marren Llzen- Cedar Falls, Iowa is a town I'd never consider it, Miller Brown said yesterday that the
through he could. We weren't on Monday. When Road Foreman Leon Ellington asked if bee, Commissioner Zedra Hamilton and J, W. Alvarez. similar to Starke Johnston said. "She's fantastic! She does ordinance creating the Commission : -
going to risk getting two pat- his men could take the course the commissioners agreedIf Two others not present but who completed the course are pointed out. That city; used a things with kids that you'd never will be advertised then
rol cars smashed up. the hours were put In on rainy days. Thornton Sayre and Raymond Crews. semi-mall to restore Its down- believe. sent to the secretary of Mate
town area using an old theatreas
,I nf for approval before final adoption
"I'd take anything she requested
"We had the lights going and a focal point.) at the Hoard's
everything but the boy ,went The committee should work seriously. I know what"
right on through and didn't even from a "standpoint of preserv- she's done for my) diiyhter, ing.Monday's
slow down." ing the old without great ex said Board Meniier Charles action followed a

Pease then ran through the Moves To Strengthen pense." Myers told the com Sawyer"If request by Bloodworth presi-
traffic signal at US-301 at 100 County mittee. this woreback In the horse dent of the Historical Society the

mph hit a green light at Wal- It was the first time the downtown and buggy. days !and the students during which he outlined the 70-
nut Street, and didn't slow as committee had met In were going! for a ride in a need for preserving
he sped over the railroad tracks several months after recessing horseless carriage, we'd face yearoldred brick building
headed towards Keystone for the Christmas holidays. Intent the problem," said Chairman built In 1902.Bloodworth.
Heights. The 1965 Chevrolet was Building Permit RequirementsA of the committee now Is Rodney Hull. It appeared the said that with
traveling too fast to make the to move toward some definite board wanted to approve the
civic -
curve at SR-100 intersection plan to be proposed) to revitalize field trip was re'uctant. the help of various organizations Individuals
dedicated -
with Water Street. the downtown area. and
"Let'um fl.yl"! The words the building can be trans-
Instead It headed straight new law, affecting every- Is that building permits have one board member he was part Imiim specified in the ordin- In his presentation Johnston suddenly! cane. from: 1 the end formed Into a museum which
off the curve, crashing Into a In the will require not been obtained In many eas- of "gentlemen's agreement"on
one county, a ance. first discussed the proposed) of the table from calm /soft' will house Itemo of local his-
tree In the of Faulk-
palm yard
that permit be es despite requirements of the a previous county commis-
a building pur- ; $30 million bond to be on the torical Interest which otherwise
ner. Impact broke off the tiro- chased prior to a power com- county zoning code. The com- sion which agreed to give the The word "directed" was removed March 14 ballot InJacksonville.of speaking! H, A. Lawson! a 20 would be lost forever.
foot diameter palm valued at pany extending a utility hook mission figures everyone uses DA $10,000 per year. off the from the proposed ordinance which $12 million will go year veteran: on the board, whohadn't
$300 and totaled the car. electricity and If power com- top of the race track tax funds at Bryan's suggestion of down- laId .! word jnttl then. lie pointed out that, situatedas
The 1966 Chevrolet had been toward development Lawson's motion: was: astounded It lion U.S. 301 that it
up.Acting panies cooperate in the ventureIt coming to the county. Roberta and no vote was taken on that Jacksonville.
taken from the boy's uncle under Its home rule will work.Conrnlssloner. said he wanted the $l0,000mln- point. town Lawson's me:. ion was: so as- could be made Into an outstanding -
Charles Regan of Lulu. powers the Bradford County toundixl (the room that compete! tourist attraction.The .
"The uncle had thought the Commission tentatively approved Eddie Allen silence reigned for several proposal was enthusiastically -
car had been stolen by the new ordinance No. asked about Instances where endorsed by Commissioners -
then the laughter
someone else and reported) Ito 72-2 Monday. It must be advertised electricity; Is needed but no Faces second came aplad,, Zedra Hamilton and
The :
Choice trip wu
for 15 days then be is Intended such as Wide
the police, Sibley ..said. building Ralph Bryan and after a short
Pease was charged with fleeing finally approved or rejectedby a pump on a farm Chairman discussion. Hamilton's motion
or attempting to elude a the commission at the April Roberts said a building permit that the board set up a historical -
said that 3 meeting. Another new law commission was unanimously
police officer Sibley still should be obtained but
he expected the charges In No. 72-1, tentatively approved that It would cost nothing. CommissionOffers approved.
Starke to be dropped and thatS. Monday will give the county
permission to fund the Brad- After -discussion the board Voters Next Tuesday Spokesmen forvarlous groups
( .. Page 8) ford Development Authority In authorized Clerk Gib Brownto Bid attending the meeting thankedthe
action. Among
board for
advertise the In
a,lump sum. two laws
the calling for those expressing appreciationwere
The new building permitutility public newspaper hearing on them at the a Florlda's first Presidential sldent Humphrey and Sen.Mus The Article 7 amendment For LandAn : Joseph Kerrigan, Senior
m iD'O' Blrirry hook-up law is billed as April 3 board meeting. Preference Primary will be kle of Maine. The poll gave would permit the Issuance of Citizens; Mrs. C. A. Knight,
Ili t Jat ( a watch dog law which will held Tuesday, March 14, with Wallace 32,13 per cent of the revenue bonds to establish a agreement to offer American W. T, Weeks Chapter, {LDC,
.. I II I assist the tax assessor In loc- The board took similar action 5,790 Bradford Countians qual- vote; Humjhrey 16.47; MjskU trust fund to make loans to Legion Post 56 $1,500 for Mrs. Thelma Thornton, sponsor -
cating new construction and on proposed ordinance No. ified to express their choiceof 16.37; Jackson 10,84; Lindsay students This amendment Is an acre of land adjacent to the High School History Club
protect power companies from 72-1, authorizing lump sum II Democrat and three Republican 8.53; McGovern 5.52; Chisholm discussed in detail In an editorial county maintenance barn was Elzle anders, Downtown Improvement -
extending hook-ups which are payments to the became candidates. 4.32; and McCarthy 1.31. in this issue of The reached: Monday by the Brad- Committee; County
/ not used. Authority. The: law necessary On the Republican aide President Telegraph. ford Commission. Judge T. A. Yawn; and School
Draft of the ordinance writ- when It was discovered In addition to the presidential Tom Casey.
question, voters Nixon !is conceded to bea Though having no legal effect The legion post has offered Superintendent
John law preference
I ten by county attorney a state prohibits lump
Kopelousoa of Shaw and Kope- sum funding, requiring the commission will also accept or reject strong favorite over his opponents the Tuesday ballot will the land to the county Bryansaid but Casey said he saw the pro-
amendmentsto Ashbrook and Mc- contain three straw vote creations Commissioner Ralph as supplying an
two proposed) posed museum
lousos, says it applies to all to dole out funds as
unincorporated areas of the the DA bills the county. the State Constitution and Cioskey. on "forced busing.1' e- he heard another important cultural need In the
It provides a $500 fine may also express their oplnon qual opportunity for quality education has been made for It, Commissioner school program and helping fill
i county.; Bradford County has given the and allowing in Eddie Allen told the exists In
six months in Jail or both ; on three controversial straw prayer the vacumn that now
SpringFashion or penalty. DA $10,000 per year for years ballot Issues.Democratic. COURT REVISION public schools board the land is available and local histroy.Sanders .
as ; but the state auditor criticized will bea suggested the $1,500 offer be that the
will will vote Included on the ballot pointed out
if Is
The law, approved, voters Considerable Interest being
ShowAND the county; on that point last sweeping court reform a- made. courthouse preservationproject
apply to any situation for which their presidential preference shown In the anti-busing question -
the board lacked 5)which will At the same meeting officials the
year, saying mendment (Article has the endorsement of
the county zoning rules require from a lengthy list of hope- which Is actively opposedby Planning
from the
that specific power.Commissioner revise the state's Judicial Downtown Improvement Committee -
a building permit. It will fiil nmwrlnir/ on the ballot In Gov. Reubln Askew on to
Council plans upgrade
require a building permit for Ralph Bryan the following order: Shirley system, eliminating a hodgepodge the grounds that it Is the only communications presented systems and was also approvedby
placement of a mobile home questioned the terms "direct Chisholm, Vance Hartke, Hubert of present courts means of achieving Integrationof for law enforcement agenciesover the Chamber of Commerce
DinnerTONIGHT the commission said. ed" and spelling out the amountof H, Humphrey Henry M, placing Jurisdiction to Ute count some schools at the present Board of Governors at their
Llndsey and circuit court levels. a seven county area. regular meeting last Thurs-
Eugene y
Tax Assessor Gene Long 10000. All he wanted: was Jackson John V. time.

called for such a law months authorization to pay the lump J. McCarthy George If approved, the amendment Before he would sign a legislative They say a 250-foot tower will high be communications erected -- day.The
not a mandate Bryan Wilbur D. Mills. Commissioners accepted
saying It would greatly sum McGovern, will eliminate municipal courts U
ago act placing this Issueon the courthouse
said He also said the boardat S. Muskle, George near the recommendations: of the
THURSDAY, MAR. 9WOMAN'S aid his office I in locating new Edmund by 1973. Justice of the peace the ballot Askew Insisted the county; can come up with
some future date might want and Sam Yorty. Historical Society: for member
construction or additions to Wallace courts courts of record and that the "equal opportunity"question wires would
construction. to Increase or decrease the Republican voters will have a Bradford Coun ; enough space. ship on the new Commission
present many also be Included in die base
CLUB of three to : an extend 191 feet from chairman
Bloodworth -
amount.It list as
shorter elected
"The law is designed to give much John M. Ash- ty's; Justice of peace courts effort to. show that Floridians of the tower.
the county; a look at a development was argued by Commissioner select from: Jr. were abolished many years ago. were not In favor of returning Upwards of $25,000 wUl be .
N, McClosky
cm -,., before occupancy thus Dave Shuford that the brook Paul M. Nixon. the Judges to a dual system of public spent In Bradford County; for "An outstanding proposition"was )
Richard Article 5 requires
aiding the tax assessorsaid county; might as well cut out and school even If they should vote the base station tower base Commissioner Zedra Ha
It (!Community&tat I Commission Chairman George the program if the DA is not An Independent poll released devote and full time to their them positions from for an amendment to prohibit radio equipment, an auxiliary milton's initial comment when

? Sank Roberta. given enough money on which early this week indicated that prohibits practice of law. "forced busing/ power supply and seven mobile Bloodworth completed his request -
Commissioners say the proposed and also build Alabama Governor Wallace the part-time historicalcommission.
to operate up radio unite. to create a
the requirement Bradford County has 5,512
It ellmlates
p-" -.. Urr upon anyIegittim ate build-hard- a fund for economic development might the win Democrat the Florida division primaryin witha also that county judges be law- registered Democrats. 242 RePag Last year the American Le .
T.UIXOOOtT snip counties of less than glenthe offered the property; to
.id _c:... er or developer. two-to-one lead over U.S. yers In (s.. 8)) for $ .SOO. (See Page 8))
Another reason for the law Chairman Roberta said as Senator and former Vice Pre- 40.000 population.

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Showers Given Thomas-Looer ..y, .' Shower Given Beta Sigma Phi DUPLICATE WINNERS BRIDGE

For Sharon Crews, For Gloria Scott, To Moot MondayBeta Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs.
BrideelectMiss Wedding Set G.J. McGriff Sr. were the
BrideelectBrideelect winning couple at
For March 31 Sigma Phi sorority will Duplicate
: : Bridge Tuesday night where
Sharon Crews, whose : hold Its model meeting Monday,
marriage to Michael Reed will Gloria Scoutt, there were six tables in play.
Miss Diane Thomas March
daugh- whose 13, at 7:30 p.m at the
marriage to Dan Grlffls -
be an event of March 10 .at Mr and Paul Patterson and William
ter of Mrs. J. W. home of Mrs Charles Flynn,
will be
of March
7 p.m. at the Pine Level Baptist Thomas, and Edward Loper an event 1110 Colley Road. Cohostesswill M'jndcnhall were second Mrs
Church honored at 18, was honored at a bridal Mary Cook and Mrs. Hilda
son of Mr. and Mrs Henry be Mrs. Grady Overstreet.
two showers in the past week. Loper of Theressa, will be shower Saturday night at the Dey were third; Mrs. Paul B.
The Pine Level Baptist united In marriage Friday, First Christian Church fellowship Patterson and Mrs. Paul Johnson
Church educational building was w s. L .r4 M.irch 31, at 7 p.m. In the hall with the members Cub Scout Pack ,were fourth.
of the Mary-Martha Cir-
the setting for a bridal shower I.' ,. F' J aid r rr rrt First Baptist: Church with a cle Observes
t as hostesses. BirthdayCub
Thursday night, March 2, for .. I reception in the church recrea- A Farm HiirvuuHlu
Miss Crews. Hostesses were tion building. green yellow color
Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. John r t /H friends and relatives are scheme was carried out in the scout pack 513 with Harry 4M'( $ (' Itrinl
Lee, Mrs.: Jessie Rlrkn. Mrs. party decorations. The white
invited to attend. Tison, Cubmaster, held a
John Kenny, Mrs. Vernie lace covered refreshment table For
pack meeting and Blue and Projrrrss; :
Thornton and Mrs. A. B. was centered with an arrangement Gold supper on February 24
Whitehead, Sr. 7T Spirit Of'76To of spring flowers. at the Southslde School cafeteria -
A green and yellow color ; The punch table was centered In celebration of the 62nd "Blue Prints tor Progress"was
scheme was carried out in the Meet MondayThe with a punch bowl encircled with birthday of Scouting.The the topic of discussion at
decorations. The refreshmenttable greenery, interspersed with 50 attend- the Bradford County Farm Bureau
approximately .
was covered with a cut- parent-youth organization narcissus. The gift table was ing Included the Cub Scouts and directors meeting Thursday -''
work cloth over yellow and "Spirit of 76," will meet Mon centered with a bride doll. their parents.Mr. March 2.
centered with a yellow floral day, March 13, st 7:30 p.m. at Games with prizes were en-
arrangement. The gift table the Bradford M.ddle School. Joyed by the approximately 30 A slide presentation showing;
was overlaid with a lace cloth All] parents of the eighth grade guests during the party hours. many of the programs andactt- .
Imported from Switzerland and are urged to attend. Upon arrival,, corsages were Carr vibes of the mammoth 50,000
also held a yellow and green given to the honoree her mo- member Florida Farm Bureau
floral arrangement. I/DC/ Members ther, Mrs. Carl B. ;Scott: of 1l .Federation was shown by Edward -
Games with prizes were enJoyed Jacksonville, and Mrs. Gerald .:.Shadd, field representative -
by the guests during the Hear Report Grlffls of Camp Blandlng 'and Mrs. Willard Craw- .of the organization.
party hours. lo., e v mother of the bridegroomelect. ford of Starke announce the '
Gt'T. I
a h Bradford
The hostesses presented the ., W.T. Weeks, Chapter, UDC birth of a daughter, Dyana Jo. Bureau president said: "We
honoree with an electric can ,' ,- met Wednesday afternoon of The hostesses presented the on Feb. 27, In Alachua Generalhospital. need< to continue meeting the t
opener as a memento of the oc- \L last week at the home of Mrs. honoree with a GE electric Maternal rrand- challenges facing us in Agri- I
toaster as a memento of the
casion. r George Roberts Sr., president parents are Mr. and Mrs. H.A. culture ,and develop the type
Miss Crews was complimented -<1I 1\ with Mrs. W. B, Mundy as co- occasion. Coleman of Starke. programs that will meet the I
at a bridal: shower Monday, ) a' t hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Addi- future needs of the farmer." .
March 6, at tile home of her ".., !Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. C.A. son Sparkmanof Melrose,a son,
sister, Mrs. Lillian Pressley, I f'. Knight gave a report on the 14 girls from Brownie troop Russell Addison SparkmanJr., An expanded program re-,
with Mrs. Joan Mowry and Mrs. courthouse project as a Histor- 604 Joined their Friendship March 1, Bradford County; port on the state level was
Inez Uolliefleld of Hampton as ",', ical Society building for the troop In Jacksonville Saturdayand Hospital. presented to the group for study
hostesses.The County spent the day at the zoo. and conslderadonincludingac-
refreshment table car- /J, .;j'.'' ." Assisting the hostesses in The girls were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. J."Kite Jr., tivities in the legislative, com-
ried out a green and gold color '"I..' serving the IS present were their leader, Mrs. Ed Wainwright -' Starke a son, Jason Reed modity marketing, labor, and
scheme with an arrangemont //of Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr. and Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Patray and Feb. 25, Alachua General Hos consumer education fields.Stores .
of daisies as a centerpiece. 0'r''' Guy Sale. Mrs Earl Mjse. pital.

Twenty-one school friends of .-, ',.J'/fII,I,., I/\
the honoree were invited to attend Ji' .
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were, enjoyed.and games with prizes '" "*i' ,

The hostesses presented the QI tbt: iF. 4 ."
honoree with a coffee service as : r. I'
a memento of the occasion.

Little WomenMiss All set for tonight's spring fashion show Is Lynn Loper In a cotton play suit

Martha Sue McCain will from Carp's. Lynn, a second grader at Sooths Ida Elementary School, Is the daughter .'

be the guest speaker at the of Mr. and Mrs. George Loper.
Little Women's Club meeting
Monday night at 8 o'clock: at the

club house. Spring Fushions' ; On /)( "( tie/ 7V>/i/a/l/. /:

.. .Arr i.1l.ed: !
Panty Hose The Junior Woman: Club's annual Mrs. John Bradley, Mrs. Jim Reddish Andrews. Just.
sorirw fashion; show and Mlneslnger Mrs.Jimmy Smith, Tickets for the dinner and
spaghetti dinner is set tonight Mrs. L.N. Pickering, and Mrs." show are $1.50 and will be sold, ; .
ANY SIZE? ANY, SHADE (Thursday, Mirth 9) startingat .at the door. Proceeds will H-"-". ,.Ln\ l"'O. Rl i.-ft'- ......'. ""( ,;...
S3.00Per 6 p.m. at the Woman's' Clubat First BirthdayFor nance the various service projects SALE DAYS. FRJ. & SAT.T JC 1' .. 'II"OHT .? '
Jefferson ; : ,
Walnut and Streets. of the Junior Woman's''''*t w ?
$2.00 Per pr.1NO? Fifteen models will parade Denise WaddellLittle Club.
outfits from four Starke department Shoes and handbags used by
Sl.OO Per stores Carps', Ea- Denise Waddell celebrated the models will be provided by
gle DoVane. Leila's and Stumps.An her first birthday Sun- Stan's Bootery.
m'ol! atniDsphere will day afternoon when her parents Entertainment for the dinner
PF:; prevail with models strolling Mr. and Mrs. Al Waddell, gavea and fashion show will be pro
2 $1 among tables to describe their party for her and ten little vldod by singer Carol Hardy Special
outfits. Every guests will get a frlend and a band composed of Don
close up view of each outfit The party was held In the Hardy, Mike Hanks, and Bob T \
and a personal description from Florida room which was decorated Edwards. ) Purchase
YESOFMILO the model. with pink and blue stre Miss Joanna Fowler Is In tr '
The dinner will begin at 6 amers. The refreshment table charge of the dinner. Mrs.Jac-
h HOUSE p.m. with the fashion show to was centered with a ballerinadoll kie 'Cline and Mrs. Faye Johnson c-4 / +
follow. Models will be Miss with Denlse's name on it. are coordinators for the ;
Marla Reddish, Miss Lynn Lo- The youngster's were given fashion show and decorations.
per, Miss !Karen Chitty Clark favors balloons, rubber balls, $ 99

Mliam, Miss Pam Tucker, Miss and toys. Karen TaylorIs ___1 e (
Lynn Pierce, Miss Ann Haynes, Assisting in serving was Den- .
Lawtay, Fla.TFCIIG Miss Cerl Tucker, Mies Kay ise's aunt Mrs. Jesse Waddellof Honor GuestAt '
Turner, Miss Vicki Turner, Jacksonville. uI' 1S
- t Bridal ShowerMiss

!Karen Taylor, bride-
elect of Terry Luke, was hon- .

'I I: I'1 rlt/f ..1.11 .1I ored bridal Monday shower evening given by with Mrs.a All Occasion

Henry Williams, Mrs. L. C.
Sapp, Mrs. Harvey McCarthy, d Dresses at I
Mrs. J. W. Lee and Mrs.Glenn 'A
Norman at the home of the lat- c Value Prices
t4 e ,
honoree, upon arrival, .
was presented a corsage of /
white carnations on silver
I leaves.In Pretty dresses :just'' right

the party rooms the piano .r / for the Easter Pqrade! All'
was centered with a bride doll
flanked by two sliver sculptured perm press fabric(: in cute

v three-light refreshment candelabras.The table. was styles. Colorful'1' solids,

y 1nL covered with a white linen cloth patterns and prints. Waistlines .
trimmed with white lace, having '
/ & A lint;."style
a centerpiece of large I torso ] -
:> C '
wedding bells between two burning with various I lengthsleevesl" .. II
candles in silver holders.' ,
How many things have Two heart shaped white cakes, V.1 Sizes3-6X&7..J4,:?. I I
topped with lavender roses were j
Joined together as one and i
you put in "a safe place"ii trimmed In Miss Taylor's lavender
color theme. A large

;' and never been able decorated white sheet In cake the above was color also OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON

theme and accented with sweet-
\ to find again! peas. The large crystal punch
bowl, seated in a matching crystal
tray, was surrounded with $ O99
Careless misplacement or careful "hiding"as lavender azaleas and fern.Cry-

surely as fire or theft -can "rob"you stal dishes held pastel mints $349, :
and nuts. Special
of important papers, jewelry, other Pictures were taken and party; YOUNG GIRLS LEATHER
valuables. games played with prizes being
Rent a safe depositbox !Mrs. Augusta Cross. G Girls Crinkle' Patent
Miss Darlene Luke kept.a Genuine leather suede In Oxfords
here right now! record of Miss Taylor's gifts sand, camel, rage blue, j and
Mrs. Lamar Reddish recordedthe denim blue & mauve pink. Strap & Buckle Shoes
bridal rotes while Mrs.
Glenn Norman fashioned large
bridal cascade with the sift; Asst.colors In 4Y2-S,> qua-
FLORIDA ribbons and bows. Illy shoes.
The hostesses presented the

honoree with combination waf- OTHERS Sizes 8K to 3 $3.99

'*;. B fttfji t' At' '.S TAR .It E flebaker the occasion and: grill as a mementoof TO 4.99

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Mrs. H. M. Richards spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs

Suteldkiy Of Florida National Banks Of Florid, ... Lyle atka and Buck attended and family trio in Azalea Pal- QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES s


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Misses Elizabeth Slater and
Guy Andrews Is recuperating
3 Mr. and Mrs. George Saw I Local admittances to Bradford at home following surgery In Friel Sanders of Churchton,
of Jacksonville are spending o fo County Hospital this week St. Vincent's Hospital two weeks Md. and Miss Nannie Graham
this week at their cottage on $. Cleone Reagan, Sanders of Ma7 Meadows Va.
Eli sley Lak Forrest Biakenshlp, Miss ago.Mrs. are guests of Mr.- and Mrs
Marcia Goodge, Mrs. Nonnle O.L. Haynes Jr. returned Guy Andrews for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. I*. C. Early Peeples, Mrs. Genevieve Sal- Monday after a week's
were visiting Mr. and Mr*. H t ano Mrs. Janet Bowden Miss visit with her parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starkeyand
Amos Sanford In Astatula the Wilma Alexander Miss Alice Mrs. D. G. Scott In Atlanta son Jason of Tampa,were
first of this week. Faye Sanders and Frank Coc- where Mr. Scott Is a patientin Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs.R. .
'. ; ,lt clardt. Starke: Mrs. Mary the ho.>>1ta1. V. Turner and Mr. and Mrs.
: ;
Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Mr*. Caraid 1'\ I, I ,"l': Healy Joel Roberts, Nathan James Barren.
Balllto. Mrs. Charles: Hall I'I I Hardenbergh Mrs Marlon Dr. and Mrs. James T.
and Mrs. L.C. Early visited j', m" ,.."'" ,; ;' Driscoll and Mrs. Rosa Slbley Tram of Jacksonville were Darby Peek of Lake City; visited .
the Decorator's Show HouseIn \\j # )I,, ., Keystone Heights; Royce Shaw Monday visitors of Mr. ana his mother Mrs. S.L.Peek
Jacksonville Monday. 14, Lulu; Mrs. Erne Nicholson Mrs. C. G. Hill. Sr. on Sunday.
- -- - -
I Waldo; and Mrs. Carolyn Phil
s FVERSATILECotton .Among those attending the ., ....:....:..... ''I lips. Lawtey. I

Coliseum Lawrence Tuesday Welh Show night at were the Mrs.Barbara Bark sdale present the, winners In the th me division of the Stark Mrs. W.S. Slade has had as g:

Women's Club pester contest with their fr.. passes to the Florida Theatre. visitors Stanford Hurst of Atlanta KintQkv
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour, last Wednesday and Mr.
Mrs. C.N. Christy Mrs. Sam Standing under their pesteri ere first place winners Donna Page second place and Mrs. J. B. Stallworth ofMonroevtlle ...
Rosenberg, Miss Delia Rosen winner Gerald Wilton and third place Scott Hicks. Ala. last Friday.

berg Mrs. V.R. Ferguson Th. winning pesters will be exhibited in local stores to residents of Home Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mathews .i'

Mrs. Charles Darby. Mr. and Safety W.... March 612.Mrs. of Clinton, Tenn. are guestsof (6kiek J
Mrs. J.R. Wainwright, Mr. and ." Mr. and Mrs. Tulle Nor Died! t.
Mrs. John Kopelousos, Mr.and HOJWi'lJI man, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Mrs. Randy Johns,Dr.and Mrs. V-( ..rti Stearns, and Mr. and Mrs.
H.H. Adams. Mrs. J. H. Mos- Mr Leroy Norman this week.
clay Mrs. G.S. Brown, Mrs. &O..r.,
Emma Badman, Mrs. II. M. ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Eggersof
knit Ina
figurative print of prancing Hatcher Mrs. Drew Reddish', V ... ; '.. 'ffI"'f' Jacksonville were last Wednesday
tunic : \.' visitors of Mr.and Mrs.
thoroughbreds/ shapes a and --t. It
Mr. Mrs. Robbie
Sheller [ SPECIAL Snack
for sports by land or sea. By Tullie Norman.
Crazy Horse, the tunic can Mrs. Ruth Reynolds Mrs.Marthe ... "
be worn solo or as'an instant Eckols, Mrs. Marie SIe- '
Mrs. Agnes Council of Rus-
swimsuit topper for quick- mar and Mr. and Mrs. Bob {. r () > Ida was the weekend guests of
change artistry. Ferguson. i Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk.
.........."'''''''''''' .."_"_,,"',',',",',""',''''''',',',,,,,'._._._._.,.,'.','n ,. f Friday
, J' Mrs. J. Huston McClane left
i Wednesday after a month's visit -
a' '
: -.1-A with her parents Mr. and Saturday

f' Mrs. George Flynn, Sr., and
..'::. Whit. the the aunt, Mrs. L.G. Powell.
winners division
':-: Lucy presents In design with their fr. passes.The Sunday 79C
"'::": winners In the division a,. (L.R); first place, Marty Johns; second place Jennifer Haas spent the
weekend with her sister Miss
.. Glenda Epp., and third place, Thomas Patrick.
... Linda fleas, at the University;
$' of South Florida.
::;.' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion Julian Hazen of Highland City
:.f::! visited Mr. and Mrs W. B. spent the weekend with his aunt,
STEP INTO Thompson at Sliver Springs Mrs. A. E. McKinney

..... Saturday.
"\ Mrs. Jeff Klrsche and sons
*,I1I:: SPRUNG. D Glen Champion of Pitts- of Gainesville were weekend Bal Chevrolet-Olds
:::: burg Kan. spending several guests of Mr. and Mrs. De- win
:::::::: WITH A41tV&tr weeks with his brother and wayne McRae.

sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Champion. Miss Clnger Baldwin of the
University; of South Florida was
jj jjK Misses Marilyn Bollinger and horns for the weekend.
Nancy Goodhue of Samford University -
\ spent Thursday to Miss Joyce Denmark of LaGrange -
I Sunday with Dr. and Mrs.H. College will arrive ill
G. Bolllnger.' home Friday for a -daySpring ,
break. pK
#::::'j Charm Course Mr. and Mrs. Jack WItous
:.:<:;:: : of Chicago, .m. were weekendguests Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of East = = = .
of Mr and Mrs. John Palatka spent the weekend with
iii. LEARN THE BEAUTY SCRETS OF A MODEL Myers. Mrs Herbert Thomas.Mr.Thomas "W I
was at his camp In the ,
i i REGISTER NOW Rev. and R. D. Burch and Scrub and bad as guests. Ben
family were In Orlando last Rowland and William Carter
M ,FOR SPRING CLASSES Monday to Wednesday visiting and sons.
I friends and Lawrence
touring Disney
;:;; AT 'World. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early Mosley
entertained at three tables i
f' ,London's Beauty Shop ,- Mrs. Helen Wallace of Keystone of,Canasta and dessert. last '
: : Heights Is a medical ,t- Friday night. SAYS :
: hospital
'' ,
:: 117 S. THOMPSON STREET JiekaogviloMemorial Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,

: Monday, March 13th Mr. and Mrs.James O'Brian Godfrey nah) G*.,and and Mrs.of Savan-Alton C '! t w 4'

I of Fort Walton Beach spent the Hlggtnbatham of Callahan, and Get ,
: 2:30: TO 5:30: P.M. weekend with their parents,Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green Jr. Ready
and Mrs. Robert Barksdale and and family of Gainesville were
i::: SUGAR ''N SPICE AGES 5-9 Mr. and Mrs.. T. R. VBrlan. weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. ,/ '

;j TWENDY AGES 10-12 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs Tyler Jaw.Among For Summer
of Crystal River Mr. and Mrs. those attending the
; WENDY WARD AGES 13.19 f Wilbur Barry of Palatfca, Mr. Carousel musical at the Civic
NI; ADULT BEAUTY FORUM and Mrs. Richard Hobbs and Auditorium last Thursday night
L 1ji m Mrs. Malcolm Mcfanls of Tallahassee were Mrs. H.H. Adam., Mrs.
and their families, Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. H. K, Vacation !
I Classes Will Be Held At I and Katharine Lewis werelIU8.ts Moseley. Miss Lillian Stump, f
of Mr. and Mn. J. C. LTC and Mn. V.J. Spongier,
t' Loudon's Beauty Shop Starke yr Hobbs during the weekend at a Mr. and Mr. Richard Jockel t
..: ..> family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom Mr.
M $15.00 Per Course ; and Mrs.John Arthur Reddish, Service Manager
Mrs. Eve Baldwin spent Jr. and Mrs. Joe Crawford,
M Thursday to Sunday with Mrs. and Mr.and Mrs.Carlton PauL
: Sponsored ByMONTGOMERY t ;: Nell Webb and Mrs. Phil Barton DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH
and friends In Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae
WARD i ,Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, Mrs.
Gateway Store t ti ley of Hollywood spent the Irene Jones, Mr. and Mrs.Leo-
weekend with thelrparents Mr. ale Purdom, and Mrs. Mildred : DISCOUNT ON ALL

i .. .... ......JUNE. ... MAXIM..... .., DIRECTOR. . and Mrs.J. G. Jackson and Mr. Lawson attended the funeral of 1,
!I I ti::;::.:.:..*..>(<<.X<:<-o.::'......::"{:c:::::stir:f: ::t::i.."_:::::::":::,:.: :-:Y.:i':32tdo::::: ::; =:wnxr c:+:x::;.i:::+...jr: {. .: and Mrs. Bobbie Sheller.A James McCall In Jaspsr>> lastTI. 10 111 II V/ CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE

Mrs. W.B. Swell spent Saturday
to Tuesday with Mrs
M. F. Brown and friends.AttendtaK vI ABSORBERS"Check

S the Rotary State
Convention at Disney World,
Thursday to Saturday were Dr.
jbipr urn. 0 and Mrs. A.J. Barrr. Col.! and Your Shocks !r
Mrs. H.M. Hatcher. Mr. and Today
Mrs. George Fierce, Mr. ana
tfretff Mrs. Charles Hutchison, Mr.
pMr6 ownMaiybe and Mrs. D. L. Rardon. Dr.and
Mrs. A. Y.'Covugton, Mr. and
Mrs. Lenwood Mr. and
Bobol I'
S Mrs. W. W. :Indy Mitchell
and Steve Fuouay.

been Cheatingyourself Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlfftn
you've and family spent< Wednesday to

all these years. tar Sunday Miss I In Chrlsta Miami with Joellenbeck.her sis Complete Un_ Coating 5100

and Us mother, Mrs. L. E. 5

Natt.Mrs..Eollne Smith visited Mr. For Your Car I 7

and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and family -
g. In Santord from Thursday;
You see, when It come to Income taxes, r.'tip. to Tuesday.
amateurs should depend on H A R Block. pWe'll
Mr. and Mrs.Jerald Baldwin
sit you down over a free cup of
.. and Mr. and Mrs.J. L.Alvarez
coffee and show you some things 7. were In Atlanta over the weekend -
about :your Income tax that you might. vtsltfm Darnel AJvarnWbowu
never have known existed. For example In the Georgia Memorial
do you know all about deductions .. Hospital following back sur-
for child care or casualty losses? ; gsry.
And maybe aren't aware that
If your Income Increased last year, THE BRADFORD / _
you may be able to eave tax dollarsby COUNTY TELEGRAPH
"Income averaging.

Well, when it comes to Income rvbUifcMI. every TfcarwUrel '
II & R Block Is aware of joat US W. Can Street
taxes about everything. j4 R 81 0 ck. Mark Florida J2H1geceed U.S. 301 North Phone, 9H-75QO

H A R Block's fees start at 'Sand class ......e paid
the average cost was under The raceme lax._---1_. at Mark. l1.rlad.Meriptw STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner
:$12.50 for over 7 million familieswe pgI ,
served last year. hates
I. trad areas .... XT
yean SMS six >....hs.oapWe or Later Your Favorite
PHONE W4-82M IJI N. W. .Ind. arar 5431
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.. ,.. ... CITIZENS y : .1 g 'Came Problenis"ft)1

.. ) PollutionState

officials say that"hun-
All members of the Starke George Muggins dreds of miles of man-made
Senior Citizens Club are alerted waterways In"Florida are rw
to be present at our next polluted, unsafe for recreatf?
meeting. A Bill, H. R. 13320 'yw ABOUT THINGS and unfit for any desirabl
by Congressman Wilbur Mills
:... forms of marine life.(
Chairman of House Ways and V 10- Florida's man-made canals
Means Comm., will come up
have become such an environmental -
in Congress for debate and I was looking through book The same average amount of Indicated by the timing. The Bradford Is one of the very problem authorities
passage to provide a 20% Increase the other day and reading about fresh water will fall from the fourth spray then Is about two few (probably 5 or 6) countiesthat have developed a statewide polIcy -
In Social Security Benefits some of the Agricultural challenges from skies each the arne year. thin will laver be fed of weeks. does not have the Farm they hope will halt the years
we are facing. that This .program Is what I try Bureau Woman organized. of abuses from uncoordinated
We definitely need more mon We are concerned with the top soil us today. to do (If I hope to have good creation of waterfront develop
ey at this time as we see and national population increasing Our remaining farmers will plums. If you have other pro- MORE FARM BUREAUA ments.
,JX+ try to meet the constant risesIn by about two million persons make use of research and the blems you' should call your two-day Farm Bureau Wo- The Department of Pollution
the cost of living. a and.a the veers team of research people and County Agent for Identificationand men's Conference 'was held In Control Is planning to Issue
All seniors Bradford County slip> by jhis rate maX even farmers will have an even big-. treatment. To hopefully Gainesville recently. rigid new guidelines for con-
should write to Sen. Russell Increase. AU this brings about ger Job to do. prevent this plum Curcullo I In the Interest of our county trolling the kind of dredge and
B. Long Chairman of the Sen- Well, it Is said that if wedidn't : Mrs. LonnIe Harley Mrs.
Increased needs for researchIn use one tablespoon full of luq- flu operations which are said to
ate Finance Comm., urging his dealing with practically every have people we wouldn't uld Malathlon Concentrate per Freddie Watterson Mrs. Ed- have created the vast, flat low-
support for this Bill. phase of food and fiber produc- have these problems. The trouble gallon of water. I believe this die Rlppllnger and my wife lands where some of the state'scities
We have had a busy month. tion. We are demanding more ; with the world is people. Is about 54% concentrate mat. joined the 75 or 80 other women now sprawl. The canals
On March 2, we were Invitedto each year from soil and water. There is lots of work to be erial. Thorough application Is there. that are said to be causing the
Green Cove Springs to help done and our people will do that their
Farm land is being taken Important. They pledged to step-up most trouble are those that were
organize a Senior Citizens up by Job. activities In Agricultural! legislation -
to create
suburbs Industrial sites and dug so as more waterfront -
Club. A committee of 3 went super highways. with petitions phone lots, and which sometimescome
Bill Richards Dorothy Kerri calls letters news media con- to a deadend, without a
gan and I. and we met with FARM tacts etc. They each wrote continuous flow ohstertokeep
great success. Thirty-two senIors sung. Since I am \president of our Senator Bob Saunders In the the canal from becoming
assembled Joined together A short discussion led to PLUMS CAN BE GOODI Bradford County Farm Bureau Interest of Right to Work leg- .
and elected an Executive Boardto Mrs. Belle Brown accepting the I just came from my back I want to let all our people islation. They sent a petitionto "More and
more people
Lieutenant (Junior He completed'more than a carry on the work. We will post of Club Treasurer and Bill yard doing some mowing noticed know about some of the things the Governor asking his sup coming to Florida and the prob-are
grad)) Warren E. Spratt Jr., year of Intensive ground and go to Green Cove on March 7 Maxwell Secretary ProTern.The that probably by the time that are happening. port of a strong RIghttoworklaw : lems they create are increas-
husband of !the former Miss in-flight training and will now to consolidate this enthusiastic aim of the club is to this is printed, our trees pro- The meeting was In Starke for Florida citizens. ing
be assigned to specialized advanced provide opportunities for ducing yellow plums will be a- _
Noreen A. Wallace of Route group. and those two counties of The women can and plan to
41, .Crystal\ Lake, Starke, was training.He We met with our sister club friendship ,.and recreation for bout ready for the first spray. course, had some lady directors give assistance in acquaintingthe LEONARD'S OUTBOARD
designated a Naval Aviator and Is a 1966 graduate of In Hampton on March'-2 at Its members and! to contribute Other colored plums are glower and most of the men directors people with Agricultural
has his "Wings of Gold"pinned Robert E. Lee High School which meeting we Installed to the betterment of the Community and this Is good for stret- brought their wives.. All that Interests. Agriculture must be SHOP
on by his wife during ceremonies Jacksonville, and a 1970 grad- Mrs. Belle Brown as Treas- chlnff the eating time. was good except I had to take the Interest of everyone. Agri ClaBtren and SportcraftBOATS
at Klngsvllle. uate of the University of West urer and Bill Maxwell as Secretary This Organization is open to I like good clean julcey plums the blame for my wife and other culture Is basic it Is essen-
Florida Pensacola. Pro-Tern. Supporters men and women, ages 45 and so 1 will apply the first spray wives not having had the oppor-
of the Hampton Club present over. about March 11 or 14. I omittedthe tunity to enjoy a good catfish tial.Before we have anything else
were Helen V. Egan who made We are non-sectarian non- 13 so there will be no Johnson
must have life( and we all
name plate badges, Lilly Roberts partisan and we operate on a thinking that something went supper. we Motors
know that to have Intelligentand
Karl and Ada Hoist Joe non-profit basis. wrong because 1 sprayed on We discussed Farm Bureau must : .
m ambitions
m m and Dorothy Kerrigan. Our We don't subscribe to any that day. First spray Is made programs thatare being carriedon people we
Hampton Club is doing fine organization excepting senior when the flower petals are beginning -. now and also the need for expanding have good food I have talked Johnson and Evlnrvd
: They will hold a Covered Dish citizens. It Is good to meet to fall off. Next spray our strength In some about Agriculture too long to PartsPho".4734180
Lunch on March 16 at 12 noon twice a month enjoy each should be 10 12 days later. of these programs. Similar change my thinking about Itnow
1 8SI to which the Rev. Hamlin and others company have fun and Third spray should be 7-8 days meetings are being held in but since space has run out,
his wife( have been invited. give each other later and remember that this counties having Farm Bureau I'll have to come back another Koy stone* Holhts
Lilly Johnson Club Member, a better economic support life and for Is an Important application as and I think that Is about 65. time.

rr: is home from Alachua General promote spiritual well-being. I I ... I I1IT
Hospital recuperating from a At this time It Is very Important -
1r V.'.' broken hip. Marion Driscoll that the members write
HOME was admitted Bradford County -
letters to the Hon. Russell B.
mm :r;j ment.Hospital Walter for Richardson tests and treat-and Long, Chairman Senate Fiance trEjcarter 1 THIS I WEEK
Comm., Senate Office Building,
Add-On Air Jessie Bowden also
;;rj Conditioning System ltj In our County are Hospital.patients Washington, D.C asking him to
I support a 20% Increase in Soc- ONLY!
i 11 1 11 l offered Our sympathy for their and prayers are ial Security Benefits as proposed _
36,000 BTU unit for 12X60 trailer speedy re- paints
: covery. by Congressman Wilbur
fJ Our next meeting will be Irish Mills, Chairman of House Ways
Day in honor of St. Patrick. and Means Comm. This Bill H.'
!1!1 At that meeting we will pre- R. 13320 will come up soon for
Ml LAiOR & MATERIALS jI11 Dare for our White Elephant action so write today in oraer
Auction Sale and also make to keep up with the constant rise
11111 1j 1 1j arrangements for our participation In the cost of living, we need
THERMOSTAT CONTROlS at the Bradford County this 20% increase immediately.
Fair and Strawberry Festival. It was voted to have a cov- ,
1 ijj 1 Electrical Service From Your Source 1 1I Looking forward to seeing ered dish lunch at our next
you all at our next meeting on meeting! March l 18, at 12 noon.
t March 14 at I p.m., Pratt Street.
1j11{ -Joe KerriganHAMPTON We have Invited the Rev. Hamlln -
m $763.50 and his wife( to come, say I

t 1 \; ., 111 !1j with the blessing us. and break*bread"0'.. !" (.

:::: I" -4'i one 964-8463 t'- ...... :::::::: Our goal Is simple and our' ..., .

: ISI7AR" i Club Our Hampton Is coming Senior along Citizens nicely.At cause spend the a is pleasant rights noble;of to hour senior meet and citi-defend and- -' o i HOICE- "" .

the last meeting we spent a "
E.: zens. 1 ,,
pleasant hour In the tricky act $
Come Join us. The more we "
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Words amot adequately express -
Unprotected Horses In State For' March It Words cannot adequately express wish to express our deepest our deep appreciationfor ;: --
: Qualified : our deep appreciation appreciation to friends and the.many kind and sympathetic .
for the many kind and sympathetic relatives for their expressions acts that come to us at
Sleeping sickness may take common types; of sleeping sick Florida has a total of 2.982.018 .- Stone said. "This offset. a tre- ) acts that came to us of sympathy, food and flowers. the time of our recent bereave-
a horse staggering toll of Florida's ness. Vaccination airalnst the registered voters eligible mendous turnout of citizens at the time of our recent bereavement The family of Locale Crawford ment. The family of James
population unless, animals Venezuelan type; will probably to cast ballots In the who registered to vote for the Our thanks to Dr. Sr. McCall.
.... an protected before the Protect horses at least 3 or 4 March 14 Presidential Prefer- first time," Stone said A. J. Barry the Bradford Co. e O
Ins'-cta.- vaccinated for Venezuelan State Richard Stone has repor- 325,000 persons in the 18 to Co. Health Department. The annual excitement noyances of having Big Broth
This warming was Issued by sleeping sickness ted. 2 0 ,year old group who are eligible The family of Clarance C. Hut builds as we wonder which of er ,.watch but many girls have four leaf clover can be
Dr. C.W.MeyerhoU. Extension ,, should be vaccinated now. Dr. to register.Of these,129- cheson. the movies we haven seen found that little brother Is the bad lurk ifjfou low down ona
Veterinarian with the University Meyerhols warns. "H Is our hope that we have 807 are now registered. will win the Oscar. real problem. freeway.
; of Florida Cooperative Ask the nearest veterinarianfor
one of the largest percentage
tension Service.
specific: details. turnouts of voters In state history -
Last year 68 cases of equine
Ufelftiig for the March 14 election.
were reported vote and I feel
Trailers Every counts
In Florida
and Camp
probably a citizens have to realize
much occured greater that number of cases Need Safety Just how Important each indi- Join The
," Dr. Meyerholt were not said.reported vidual ballot Is. One vote does Carrier Comfort Parade
Sleeping sickness Is a viral Check For SpringAs make a difference, Secretary
,Stone said.
by biting
mosquitoes. It affects the signs of spring appear ,
The March 14 Includesnot
ballot .,
central nervous system re- many fishermen and campers
suiting In drowsiness fever take to Florida's highways and only names of presidential ,
difficulty In swallowing and the Florida Highway Patrol candidates but proposed con-
chewing and wobbly gait. Once reminds drivers to give boats stitutional amendments dealing
with revision Judicial
of the
signs appear the disease difficult and camper trailers a close
Article In the Florida Constitution
to treat. In Florida a- safety; check before, summer -
bout 90 percent of affected horses use. authority; of the state "
die. Patrol Commander Colonel to set funds 'adlde to extend
Dr. Meyerhols says these Eldrtge Beach said, "Boat and credit to students and the straw
losses can be avoided by having camper trailers that have not ballots on busing equal education -
a veterinarian vaccinate been used for several months and prayer In schools
against the disease. Two Injec- should be given special at-
tions 7 to 14 days apart are tention. Safely check all equipment "Many Important state and
required. Revaccination la nec- to Insure safe operation." local questions are on the March
cessary each year to maintain The Patrol emphasized that 14 ballot to be decided upon
satisfactory protection.The the law requires trailers to by the Florida voter. I urge
vaccination of Florida have the following equipmentIn all registered voters to go to.
horses last summer for Ven- good working order: Taillights the polls. Also, I urge those who
ezuelan sleeping sickness will and stop lights two red are eligible but who have not
not protect horses against the reflectors white license tag registered to get their nameson
light turn signals and safety; the voter rolls when the
chains connected to the towing books re-open on Monday
DR. D. W. WHIFFEN vehicle. March 20," Secretary Stone
"When pulling a trailer drivers -
Announces the Association of should allow more room said.The
DR..1: for turning, changing lanes and new voter registration figures -
passing) Following distances show that there are
should also be Increased to allow 33,855 voters LESS than when
In the of
practice for the added stopping distance the last count was taken in October -
Optometry at caused by the extra 1971 when there were
weight" concluded Beach. 3,015,931 registered voters.
207 S. Walnut St.
-.- "This drop Is because of the C'.iI.IlJ
OffU nouns GORRA! ITS St4ASQICKS Dqri purge of voter registration rolls .
9:00: to 5:00:; In the counties. We estimate .
some 150,000 names more Total Central! Heating And Air Conditioning -
Closed Wednesday were removed from the rolls

.Afternoon and Sato In because two years persons and failed had not to return voted INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU
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,,- .BROOKER in BRIEF "'
BY LINDA\ Q. cox Community News

PERSONALSMr. Lena Crawford, along with Mr.
and Mrs. John Riggs.St. and Mrs. Roy Carroll and family Bs R GtoM Walker
., of Fairmont; W. Vs., have were dinner guests of Mr.
been visiting their son and and Mrs. Art Qulcksall and GIRL SCOUTS will practice) Thursday night rice program for Rev. G. G. are asked to please cooperate-,
b.i daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. family. The Quicksalls also recently Girl Scout meeting of Troop at 730.: \Sunday' services will McAuthor. Those who Intend with the activity. Each member -*
John Riggs, Jr., and children.Mr. entertained with a dinner 626 Is held each Monday at 5 begin with Sunday School at to make the trip will meet at Is asked to please fulUU'
and Mrs. Gene Hlnkleof for four Safety Director p.m. In room D-41n RJE School. 9: 30. Morning service at 11. the church at 9:30.evenlne. the financial: obligation of the '
Tallahassee were recent visitors of McKenzie Tank Lines and All girls are asked to please BYPU at 8 p.m. The Bible; church.
of Mr. and Mrs. Art their wives. meet. Plans are being made for verse will begin with the letter -
Qulcksall. the Jubilee 60th Anniversaryon S, will be the feature for Sunday at e p.rn.Miss Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Mr. Rlggs Sr. enjoyed a six PRAYER LEST Sunday April 30. Please the afternoon. Evening service Lula Mae Cuflee will bring: the Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible

weeks stay.: He especially en- Harry Manning Is home after cooperate with this activity., 7 p.m. Jackie Brown Reporter message on behalf of the Wo- Class each Monday. night at the ,
Mission. The
Joyed fishing In sunny Floridaas men Home public At ; 'Thursday,,
spending a week In Alachua SCHOOL NEWS Is Invited to attend the church. 7. pjm.
'.>..... a contrast to snowy West General ser- night Prayer Meeting. Sunday
with flu
Hospital and
adults Interested in
All attending
,. Virginia. Mrs. Rlggs Joined her Greater Bethlehem Freewill vice.
.. ...tX4. pneumonia. School at 9:45: which will terminate -
'- '.'..I. husband for his last two weeks Robin Parrlsh Is night classes and workIng Baptist Church Rev. Jasper the service for the day.'.
recupera- for a better Job or Williams 'Greater Allen AME
stay. While here both families Pastor. Each Mon Chapel
services will be held'
... t. (John Sr. and Jr.) enjoyeda ting at In home Alachua after General having Hos-surgery toward a diploma are Invited to day night Choir No. 2 and Usher Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins! next Regular Sunday March 19.,
trip to Melbourne where(they attend the classes that are organized Board No. 2 will meet. pastor. Senior Choir rehearsaleach
pital. In the various centers.' Tuesday night Tuesday night before the
and Mrs.George Other sick In
visited relatives Mr. our community
Vo-Tech Lawtey and Starke. the
church. first and third Sunday. Junior
Roy Carroll Joyce Stokes Riggs and tamfl! r. On ; : Morris Dyal and Monroe A good education pays In every Ladles Circle Thursday night the Choir rehearsal each Wednes- The Fellowship Hour, will be'
.. Sunday they went on the 'Walt Barnes. one's life.CHURCH. meets at the held Sundav. March 25. at Nebo
------ home
r of Mrs. Rebecca day night at 7:30. All choir
World" where they en- Alien Baptist
Disney Church In South Stark*..
-------------- Friday members
night the Pastor and are asked to pleasebe
of fun and excitement -
Joyed a day NEWS The public Is Invited to attend
congregation will render present. Sunday will terminate
to Brooker that ser-
returning THE THOUGHTFUL New Bethel Baptist Church vice thl activity. :
at Antioch
24 burglarwill Baptist Church the second part of the
night. On Thursday, Feb. ,
John Jr. took his parents to leave a list of the loot to Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Prayer Saturday night the I Can Circle budget drive. Services will begin -
Meeting each Tuesday nightat will sell dinners from the kit- with Sunday School at 10 CLASP ENVELOPES all.
Jacksonville to the airport assist the householder in
7:30. Bible class each Wed-
where they departed for home. chen. Sunday morning the pastor a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. .1...*- Bradford County Telegraph. -
On Sunday Feb. 27, Mrs. claiming the proper tax de nesday night;7:30.: The Creationwill and congregation will go to High Evening service 5:30.: with the .
be studied. Choir No. :2
ductions. Springs on a Family Day Mr- Youth serving. All member

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Brook cr'* new official family pictured at meeting I S r-
Tuesday night (from I.ftl) Mayor Roy Carroll Councilmen ]i .ot'..- -:... ,'."I,, ScotlissueA6mAwd
C.j. Stalnak.r Harrell J.R. Mott A.B. Adams j .
Henry IA" ,
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Carl Edwards; Joyce Stokes, Cl.rlc.Broker .. Absorbent ...

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New OfficalsRoy _. q,5WL ; 4j' .. t ..,.'
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Carroll was sworn In as Utilities: Henry Harrell THURS., ..; I Ui1i J

Mayor and Joyce Stokes as chairman; Roy Carroll vice FRI.I !.. .
City; Clerk at the regular meet- chairman \ -_ ....I"" ...1 ....
Ing of the Brooker City; Council Recreation: Carl Edwards, & :-'" ', ; r0.i;:
Tuesday night.New Council, chairman; C. J. Stalnaker vice "" II" I WJ Save 41%

men sworn in at this time chairman.It : \ "- tP;, 7"J
announced that the 1 j;.
were Henry Harrell and C. J. was \ Eagle
Stalnaker. Clerk will be In the Community; 0: '
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Center each Saturday -.. -- Clear AmmoniaTry
Holdover Councilman A.B. Adams morning -q: : : .,
was elected chairman for from 8 to 12 noon for the pur- ., .
the new year and appointed the pose of transacting city; business ';L,. ;. : 0,; fl/-i' :" 8' : Ammonia Eagle Clear
with the public.A .. _. '." ; f for cleaning
following vice chairman committee: chairmenand special meeting will be Men'sDress : It\ ....... :: ... ;: i j% linoleum floor.. ceramic and vinyl or

Ways and Means, and Finances held Monday, March 20, at Upleans F AMMONIA plastic tile, painted
7:30: p.m. to discuss changesIn ... walls and woodwork,
: Roy Carroll chairman; the utility; department Including windows and mirrors' ,
Carl Edwards, vice chairman.
also laundry use. I Qt.
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and .
Streets and Roads: C. J.Stal- garbage pickup ,,-/ t., 1'.:
naker chairman: J.R. Matt other matters.: All Interested .(.,'iilJ d .. 1
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vice chairman. persons are invited to attend .r.;; You'll seethe ,'//1" .-...:;;.. ;: :::.
i/ FomousMover's :::""'.o;;, ,r.; ,

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z of In each pair. .J\ U
?:I Chao.. from a a. 9 : :
handsome select' :. "
BROOKER ELEMENTARYPTA Dorthea Richardson wrs Introduced A ;J:' Ion of plaids, G'. ..ola' \ 'l'/ Save 38%
MEETING l HELDApproximately to the parents and 1 checks, & .11',,,... .. I // ,
200 people en- thanked the PTA for the) support Ya'a..pecto o' .-.... 0\ Kwik KoverSelfodheslvo
Joyed the PTA meeting on Tues- given the library in order $6.98 tool I.. V r ) ,,
day night Feb. 29, when a musical to bring It up to accreditation j Slies 28 to 39. / a' \ X: .. vinyt. n
e.I I} ;A i 511'I1' -off slit-makes
,'standards..-Dor bea-tlST.; r '4r. "I" >
presentedby e
was 1.
program r a "4t< J'H'tO'\
William Chapman.i music:_. the, J.lbrarIaQbe, VopttpnlgJ, k ", .. l; back..Won'tstick ,
teacher who played the auto- "School: In Stare an "comes to '''::. .Jf: m I .111 FAMILY DISCOUNT STARESQin' I fJ.t 'K-4; .... t. ttself. 91.'
harp while the kindergarten. Brooker to Fork In the school _p Choose froma
let 2nd and 3rd graders sang library every Friday.However, variety of
enthusiastically.It It Is the primary job of Mrs. npaxans & colors.Per .

was voted to have a bar- Dorothy Reid a teacher's aide have a -; yardSave

becue supper and CountryWestern to look after the library, so Eagjle foftflif er& I.y.,,
Show, with the date to be It Is open to the students every

announced later. day. Save 26% cornered the marKet & (... C
The membership also votedto _......
spend $700 more In orderto NEW RIVER BAPTIST !
the school library Approximately 12 Juniors enjoyed r-s ", Men's
bring up 1rks
to state standards. $200 of this a party given at the church :j= : Better Palos 'reped -| 46%
amount was re-allocated from Saturday afternoon Feb. 28.

ftinds voted at the last meeting Rev. and Mrs. Jim Countrymanwere <,'If. Ao.0..1. VALUES OUR BUYERS HAVE
The Juniors A wide
music books which chaperones. assortment
to buy decided to do., This enjoyed roasting welners sing o i\r. .of popular fashion. "ROPED IN" FOR YOUI! WE EVEN DISCOUNT OUR OWN DISCOUNT PRICES WITH OUR LOW. LOW PRICES!
makes county a; grand total of $1,000 ing and playing games. Prizes ,ti t styles, fabrics' EVERY PRIpE= CUTI! SAVE UP TO ..". SHOP EAGLE FAMILY DISCOUNT STONES.(YOU MAY SEE "ARMY NAVY" Keep

that the PTA has donated to were won by Darlene Mott and f 1 \, 'h' Tailored and o ON SOME OF'OUR STORES.) WE'RE CHANGING OUR NAME BUT EVERYTHING IS THE SAME AND OUR VALUES RadiatorTreatment

This Is In addition to all other NEW ARRIVAL ,.,.:.: ..'io XL. You'd. Fortifies and
support that the PTA has supplied Congratulations to Mr. .and O: ;' '- expect protects anti.
to the school Mrs. James Drawdy on the .:;... ". togs to see up "" _. .' '" freeze. 1 Quart.
Mrs. Henry thanked the group birth of a daugher. Lisa Michelle .. .til to $ .95.
for the pretty cafeteria cur- on February 22 at Or- r;p' l' Bofferin Tablets
tains, and the PTA In turn ange Park Hospital. The Draw- '.UHl '''I
thanked Mrs. Henry for the dy s have two other children ,. Save 1.86 Helps prevent the stomach
excellent food preparation that Jody and Trampes. Maternal I I _. Save 2.00Ladies'Slacks _.._..._ .1 upset often caused by aspirin.

she conducts In the cafeteria. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Men's Leather \ .
It was also reported that the Lee Parrish of Brooker. I
teachers and students were enJoying Navy Oxfords .1J ICO Tablets 43%
using the extra Instruction CONTRA TULATIONSI! Genuine. Goodyear = 100'% .
Save 26%
material purchased with Congratulations Natalie and i' ,.. Leather Flare leg styling : Electric
PTA funds. Among these Is a Arthur Qulcksall on their outstanding l tom'''j -.S.....* j .tv" with elastic pullonwaist. Dry' Ban Spray Deodorant "
science projects. Arthur structed on .
which contains 1 Stitched front
Tutor-o-gram ; Hot Pots
questions and answers. Whena an 8th grader at Bradford .... ...-I::: M.. s "u.s. N"'lla.t. .., r-. ......... Beautiful' |ac> I I Protects ogolnst underarm -""'.....
Middle School won a 3rd place P4 S Shirts Black.Slses.6 ., quard patterns and a.,".'r Gives' all-day odor protection. Aluminum.
student selects the correct i \ of color 8/16.
white ribbon on his project at & :r.'a\' to'C: bevy b 2 *
answer a light comes on anda the Science Fair. His sister' ''' ..-' ." a... t .J city. Wfcod.Sare,3.08.
buzzer rings. Any parent Natalie a BUS 10th grader Lustrous whir.. aiI @QI

can wishing stop to by see the how school this works and made project an on A bubble on her Natalie & j i: Short sleeves.Beautifully. @) :> .. Ounces

either Mr. McKinney principal tailored In
Arthur the children of
and are "Neverlron"cotton
Extra Lotion
or one of the teacherswill Mr. and Mrs. Art Qulcksall /' Save 15% .. Save 1.00 Jerjeis Dry
be glad to show It to of Brooker. ( .J r Extra dry skin l t formula. Extra
you. t'IJ J Sites 14 to 17's r ) d101"rlwlosnpgprot.ctlon.

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i M,;?..$. Vote For George McGovern ,_ I _t: PIfn'iJ._ .'i'! ,01 .'.1 Can soles./artab'. 'Comfort. crepe. .. if. tj Colarlu1100 acrylic knit.: orf Four..'*. ."'. 13 d "Ounce.... Bar Stools
i f:i$ MARCH 14 f _' a} lost.Sixes Ton 6 to only.:2. button Long placket.point > ; 20"X40" Bath Towels with"Swlvlstool"padded vinyl
M<> FOR PRESIDENT '. J.. til collar.S l I Full cut. Hemmed edges. Soft s Heavy arid
Save 30% M. L. .fluffy and absorbent. Assart
: : -.: \ ? d lI.-o: ;;; teel tubing.
f : Senator McGovern Has Been I' -- ]j EW J ..(1 r'l1' ment of decorative, colorfulprints..

f Out Front Fighting And : t.s .r I!t'sT'Skirts' _

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Campaigning For: : bi'

1. .. Save 311\\ 4v Save 27%
; Support far adequate farm Income particularly including

"* A national the health family" Insurance farm and planning CcE;; I J i- Deck Sneakers /li; d Su.1.00 J On Lowest Price i! IBM Pan Sets

programto ..
Choice of For child..n.ter .) '" .
r Increase and distribute the health Y'ri '_- r I'" S.fa. Pillows r 3 PC. heavy
more fairly cute ''''llng.. Rugged duck : Girls' Shells J-.;. '. I Ialuminum.
i services of this nation. Sizes '... ":7 upp ?.Cushioned .::'= Oecooot.&durab'.. gauge pure. I
Making every reasonable and aggressive effort to y 2 to 8. Irmeriole. Su alp f'1 Nylon lined, 100* Resilient, fluffy, nor a ,, Rolled, beaded i iedge. .
enable the races to live together and have equal -= ,eol... Assartedcolors. acrylic barfus knit. ;:_ ::..., ollergenlc:, odorless Sturdy,!
/ 2<-e. Bock Upper. to 14. ; ; !' and Hiolli proof. 9
i opportunities. ? .;;: .;...: : (4 y handles.
I Guaranteeing a meaningful for all who want to
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cut in the wasteful part of our massive defense \
>; spending

J i Aggressive comprehensive tax reform to close loopholes Utt&FM : .t t t. PLORHJi *: .
and Insure a fair distribution of the tax I burden.

I '* An end to the war In Vietnam. ,
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Grace United Methodist:Sunday .
School ':t5 a.m.; Worship yr Everyday Low Prices!
services U jn. and 7 .m.; LLj ___
MYF e PJTIM; Prayer meeting __________________
Wednesday 7 pun.; Choir prac- Weekly Specials!
tine e run. 'i.i-- i :::L

Church of God:Sunday School
10 ijm.i Worship services Ua.m. .
and 7:30 ixm.j Family
night Wednesday, 7:30 pm. IbL .utTt!

Highland Baptist: Sunday,
School .:tS; Worship service
11 tun. and 6:30: p.m.; Prayer> 1'J _
meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. followed -'
by Choir Practice

and Mrs. Emory Eunice'
announce the arrival of a son,I. '430 WEST MADISON STREET STARK
Emory, 29 '
Deron on February
In St. Vincent's Hospital. Maternal -, PRICES GOOD THURS. MAR. 9
grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Wainwright of, ,THRU WED. MAR. 15
Quantity Rights
Orlando and paternal grandparents -,
Mr. and Mrs.J. H. Eu' Reserved

nice.Mr. and Mrs. James Anders COPYRIGHT 1972
... C'ot4 d'/'J II.mite B t
and family of Palatka were r.+'- '
visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Anders on Sunday. $*
Mrs.John R. Chiles and Mrs.
Jim Gloer of Jacksonville called r W-D BRAND HICKORY SWEET
on Miss Elizabeth Terry on

Sunday.Mr. 'and Mrs. J. D. Clark 2T

and son-in-law and daughter +I .+ 0 SLICED BACON
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Strickland A $
were visiting another son-in- .
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ffii
James Sunday.Hall" In Gainesville on. :

Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Harley SUPERBRAND GRADE 'A' FRESH FLORIDA ,
of Bushnell were visiting

Randy Wayne Harley Massey and and Mr. and children Mrs. LARGE EGGS 2 DOZEN 85e

over the weekend. .
Mr. and Mrs. George'J. Es-
tel of Brunswick, Ga. were ,

weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Mosleyof Pork Loin Roast. LB. 68C Chuck' Steak . 88C
Maxville were visiting Mr.
Eunice and
and Mrs. J. H.

"family on Sunday. Pork Chops. . L8. 78c Beef 1O Les. $5"FRESH
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Testonand
family attended the birthday -I j SAVE 21c FRESH/
dinner of Mrs.Robert Mel- Pork Chops 98C Pork Ham :5HiN.K .TliN. 58eSAVE
ton at Ocoee on Sunday. While: . . u. LB

there they visited two of Mr.. S
Teston's aunts,Mrs.Leila Pea-;
vy and Mrs. Can Dotman.Mrs. ALL VEGETABLEWESSON
A. C., Kirk and Mrs.
Nella Carter and Marcella visIted -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirk-
land In Ocala: on Sunday. : OIL
Miss Debbie Phillips of Mac-'
clenny: and Mrs. Henry Dunn
of Qultman Ga. were Satur- Limit 1 Wesson or Astor oil w/$7.5Oor mere purchase excl.cigarettes.
day visitors of Mrs. Lois Car
ter and Charles.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. E. Lee C I
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. e3O
G. L. Peterson In Arlington. 3i< SANITARY' NAPKINS
Mr. and Mr .iL..rC...Teston ." \ ".er.Iotex"Y :

enjoyed a birthday,dinner ,ith ..e,*T '.,/,0/../. ..:M..aAPKG. 68C. r w W.fe1P. '
her mother Mrs, Robert ILsl t tr', ""
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A i
., 1sin .
ton In Ocoee: on Sunday. 16c DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
Calvin Kirkland visited Mr. '
Wens .
and Mrs..Keith Bennett In Jacksonville 33C O it
on Sunday.Mr. QUART 48-oz.
and Mrs. O. E. Pearson BOTTLE
had their family In for FOLGERS
a barbecue dinner last Sun Instant Coffee .. $139
day In honor of the birthday JAR ALL PURPOSE
anniversary of Mrs. Tom Ta-. ....0..
turn, Jr. Mrs. Cellta Lee and KLEENEX BOUTIQUE! ASTOR OIL' . . Bonu 48c
Michele, of Jacksonville, were 2 ROLL
present for this occasion., Bath Tissue 3 PKOS.HV.01.. S"SC

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cover my personal belongings ; ARROWDecorator LILAC CUBED! BEEF STEAKETTES OR
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I 01's Radar For Speeders Old(Free Courthouse.Page I 1) AZALEA

_r I'm Just a little bit older
Alliance who than you'fcoya. and Pd like to
Stark Ministerial the SALE
.' Pierce suggested that City
In an fft>rd to curb speedton. things .
said that reckless speeding on to Its own' see some left", the
$ Stark* police were authorised prepare
autos commissioner
Breaker told
bar the City Council, residential streets In the city; for submission to Florida
la endangering the lives of children Gas Transmission rather Ms fellow board members
radar Tuesday equipment ndght to ,ima.di. and others. Two weeks than accepting one on the com "I 1 commend the entire" group.. Plant Now
Ifa terrific idea
ago the council refused to okayuae ?'I terms. The Council a Commissioner
trial beets. pan own
The action. cam* following a of radar: unlta In the city.; approved hla recommendation Ralph Bryan told the20odd'persons Bud And Bloom
) in the
The request for nee of radar amended contracts Joining
; that
request by spokesmen from !the any
was made by Rev. John Flym; received from the company be t Hamilton's<<
and Rev. Leroy Davis who said referred to Geroge Spelgel of { motion was seconded .77 AND
they were I des on.. Alliance Washington D C., the attorney by Bryan and passed S .
without dissent
which local representing clttss Involved -
"I hope won't be disappointed
churches. In the suit. you 157CALADIUM
1 Councilman Jimmy McRae a ,.ouple ;years from
said be had not changed hta James F. Bloodworm, chair- now," Matthews told the boar.-
mind and still opposed the use man of the Starke Rec..tk1DBoard adding he thinks Jbe'old bulld-
of radar equipment.; He maintained submitted report from trw will tie-in well with the FIELD FRESH
that the unit could not a committee appointed for theSent proposed downtown. redevelop
be used except by a policeman city evaluating depart ment.
patrolling the. area, and that ; recreation "People In various parts of
the mere presence of the police ment. Bloodworm said that after the state are very Interested a
car would be Just as effective studying questionnaires in what we're doing here"said
In slowing down speed submitted to recreationdeparU Miss Delia Rosenberg.
ers. menta In 20 cities regarding County) ; Judge Theron Yawn
Police Chief Kenneth Fur their operations, the committee said ".. a private citizen I'm
raid, however that radar would had concluded that City interested In preserving old PLANT NOW,
be a great help In presenting Ordinance: 169A setting up the traditions." He offered his assistance -
evidence In court "There's Starke Recreation Board, la to the. project professionally -
no argument about how fast adequate for the purpose Intended or otherwise
a car was going when radar and that no changes are Supt. Tom Casey said the GI.ADILOOS
Is used." be said. Cost of necessary at this time. school board will help the pro
renting the unit would be a- A request from Mrs. DoyleD. ject, financially or otherwise BULBS ''IULBS
bout $58 a month, Fuqua add Crews of Geiger Road form "We think it's an opportunity;
extension of a two Inch wa- Girl Scout Week for the Historical Society; to
ed.Councilman Oiie Wiggins'! ter line to her home outsidethe work with the Downtown Improvement NOW .os EA. NOW .05 EA.

motion to give radar a six city; limit was approved Carl Hurst signs a proclamation proclaiming CommIttee" said .61 DZ. .57.OZ.
months trial was carried 2-3 by the Council. The extension this week of March 12th through 18th as Girl Scout week Attorney Elzle Sanders .
with Chairman Nell Tucker would be approximately 600 Starke Club Bradford High History
In ,
WALTER ILVAREZ breaking a 2-2 tie with Ms feet, and It was pointed out wants to participate In ANNUAlS'VlGnAILE
.affirmative vote. that Mrs. Crews would haveto !'!? *)"*and make It worthwhltej -
On hand for the ceremonies girl scouts (L.R)
THE LONGEST After the. meeting Fuqua said pay for the pipe at 50Ca < were said Mrs.Thelma Thorn-
BASEBALL GAME the unit would be placed) In foot and i the City would lay Martha Farabae el troop 614 Ratanlna Caleman from ton.
There have been many baseball operation In about two weeks. It. Being outside the city; limits troop 605 Betsey Yawn troop 370 and |10' Farabeeaf
games which lasted longer Three men will be trained to the customer would also troop 520.: "It seems like we have a lot PUNTS
than the official nine Innings, operate Itone on each shift have to pay $150 for tap-on of Interest here from a cross ,
but one game was played In the the chief said. It will not be fee (double the regular charge>' In his proclamation the motions Girl Scouts for section of the community; ," MANY TO
National League which was almost used for "speed trap" pur- and a $6 minimum charge per their efforts to "build better among persons of commented Commission -.'
-three times the length of poses. Fuqua said, but rather month Instead of the$1.S0min- all ages, religions, races, and nationalities and far man George Roberts.Election. CHOOSE FROM
a normal contest. This was a to help curb habitual local imum that Is charged Inside their efforts to Improve the quality of our envl rom.nt,'.' I
game between the Brooklyn speedsters. city limits for residential ser
Dodgers and Boston Braves The Council went along with vice. TRAY--Al
which lasted a total of 26 In Attorney George Flerce's recommendation In other action the Councils
nings. that the City; stay. Agreed with Councilman Billy 100 ft. tor'a total of $2,711; Downtown. (From: Page 1)pbUcana. )
Neither team won the gome In the. suit against Florida Gal Noegel to have the city's; and 5,000 feet of threequarter and 38 persons registered Time To Plant
because It was finally called on Transmission Co. rather than engineers explore possibilities Inch pipe at $24.02 per under other parties
account ol darkness with tile accept an amended contract offered of obtaining Federal aid to construct 100.', for a total of 1201. (From Page 1)) or as Independents.
score tied 11. The contest was by the company with a a sewer lift station In Utilities Superintendent Bob The polls) next Tuesday Mil GlASS SEED
played at Boston on the Braves' deadline of March 15. the Reno area.Agreed Patterson said the pipe would People take pride In a downtown at 7 ajn and close at 7p.m.
.,. field on May I, 1920. The amended contract provides to County SanItarIan be coated, wrapped, and com- area Johnston said, open. In the county's 17 precincts. -. '
You can fctf fcssured that you for a base rate of 4.527 Jack Trawtck's repuestthat, plete with fittings. stressing that development of ; : ARGENTINE IAHIA'SEEDI
will never come out with a tie cents per therm with a limited the City; write Sen. Bob Saunders Patterson also presented two a downtown la a good Investment -
when you deal with us. The customer escalation clause dependentupon expressing opposition to bids on a relief valve for the If the city; develops In I 5 lb.
We the of crude oil. Bill 1095 which Tnurick to broadenthe 4.85SO
is always the winner. price Senate gas system: one from Rock- such a manner as
know our customers are as valuable The present contract calls for said would be detrimental to well Co. at$200, and one from tax base thus meaning less The class wanton brings Us
to us as any JlOO.OOOjwr- a base rate of 3.3 cents per the City; The proposed bill Herring & Co., which he said investment In the long run. small satisfactions. For somereason I lb. 42.50PENSCOU
year baseball player. Come by therm but Includes an escalation would consolidate several governmental met all city; specifications, at Several common denominators the star athletes torn ,
and sample our courteous: serv clause under which cost agencies placing $235. He was given permission exist In all downtown development -
the thickest
Jce today. of natural gas used by the city; them under the Air and Water to confer with the city's; plans the Jacksonville up 20 around years the later ; BAHIA SEEDCentiseed
to run Its electric generating Pollution Control Board. engineers to determine which planner said. The first .
plant rose to 5.9 cents per -Agreed for city; water de- was the best bid.Councilman step Is to get together to "be
therm necessitating a ten per partment employees to attend McRae announced lieve In something, adopt an .. adtfr- -. .Ell 5 1&5. 245SO
cent Increase In electric rates the annual short course on water that the. City; Is requested to attitude"
charged consumers. pollution control In Gainesville attend a seven-county; area Second comes planning that JacksonvilleBusiness
..TA.KIIORIDA The City; of Tallahassee had at a cost of approximately meeting on emergency medi- must be done.Thirdly ib. 22.50
Instituted suit against Florida cal care to be held at the ) he said teamwork :
Gas Transmission over the escalating $100.Accepted low bids from L.B. courthouse here at 8 p.m. must come from public and
U.S. 301 NORTH rates, and Starke and Foster on 5.000 feet of two Thursday March 16. >private Interests. "If your city; Now In
seven other cities Joined In. Inch water pipe at $54.22 per government"not with you. ,
PHONE 964-7500. .R the wayJacksonville_ _

$100 million hopes with to generate an Investment -- Stack Limited: SupplySAVE
Directory .
He's Our Kind Of A Man of $30 million, he
tax said base., and broaden the city's;

"It can happen to Starke In Auto Soles and Service $1.00
the same ratio. ,
A of the corner of'Bay -
ELECTGEORGE and Main Streets In Jacksonville Parrah Motor 4 REG. 5.95
was flashed on the ;
screen. The block now represents ALBS Now 4.95
$45,000 per year In taxes SERVICE
Johnston said. Planned In FARTS cffj
the city's; redevelopment on the
WALLACEPRESIDENT same corner Is ttie tallest build CI.EANGROTONE
;; Florida which will add Always Qee.I'. Used Cars

,. I100 to the city's: ; tax rolls. elf Lair. St. 1'). SSe-MM
Ideas to restore a town's .
""" ,
main street were given the
IN 1972 committee. Slides were usedto ELECTRIC: MOTORS PELLETS

show how each Idea had 205.5 Analysis 2500 .
been used by different towns. PEAVY Brother
Pomona California a city; Sq. Ft. coverage apply 97.7

of 67,000 used a mall which Electric Co., now for weeds before
closed main street to traffic. WITH MINORS
"They decided to make room Electric"Motors they terminate.
for people" Johnston said.The Repaired 50 |lb. ---- 3.39
Sold Serviced -
redevelopment was Menaced Generators Staters Armature 100 |lb. -.-- 6.49GOLDEN
with a special assessment on Rewinding: .
91 buildings at $118 per front '4044 Lenox Jsx. 387-2328
Tulsa Oklahoma rebuilt three I
blocks into a semi-mall, partially PIANOS
closed to traffic. The

i $150,000 project was completed YAMAHA PIANOS ,
after businessmen petitioned CONN. and KJMBALL 6.6-6'- ORGANIC'WITH
the city; to build the projectby ORGANSKntHALT I

Morrlstown, Tennessee, on
the other hand, went up In the
air, creating a mall at the
second story level,leaving traffic -
on the ground.
1" .
The fine art of facelifting, > .

j -jii -'S.i I I'also building explained cosmetology to the :Starke was [ t ,- r

: committee. Gaylord Mississippi ,
,. ) a town of 2,800 redecorated AGEritssevdI. + I 1 r-
using an alpine village Utall-WWtl I I ,,6
: theme. It was done In a step -
JLEEI1 by step process financed by
Individual owners. FURNITURE F.R.M.
j Port Huron, Michigan turned -
the street In beck of some
stores Into a mall with parkIng -
areas at a cost of 77000. FURNITURE. FEEDS
Johnston discussed preserving -
the old as a method of .
redecorating a downtown area
prior to Matthews COMPLETE LINE
To 40% Savings ,
of using the old Up >>

a focal"Thats point.all the more reason Braky! Chair Co.
the downtown area should be FLA. PEAT
preserved,"Johnston said, reacting 643 Coo.... -1 Bleck
to Matthews' suggestion urea lollJack..III. >>

Federal funds\ are no longer .- 389.1741 BU. .75
available through urban renewal ,

programs Johnston said- .*. .

Enforcement ,DeWilt C. Jones Funeral-Home 51V.3.6i

Let Him Return Law STARKE GARDEN

To The Local ,Citizens PHONE-994.6200KEYSTONE LOttOA UT CENTER

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PHONE 473-3176
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..,a 1 Bolles team Tuesday afternoon 106-26

1 r q y ,AA MWs after. a disappointing loss to North Mar L. Butler
w'J t", "Jyn
Ion Saturday at BUS.

Bradford thlnclads proved "They don't have a real
good hosts to North Marlon strong team, as you can see," Swamps ;
s i WI Ofn ;-t4 -: -- -' High Saturday afternoon as the said Loper. "They do have a jt

Colts ran away with first placeIn few real good individuals but
the Tornadoes' first homem.iet
they don't have the depth fora
of the 72 season with good team.

105 points. "Any win, though Is a good
Bradford was a distant sec- victory for us. The big meet Butler's baseballers
ond In the trl-mect with 70 will be this coming Saturdayat swamped Macclenny with 13 hits
points' while Baker High (M c- the Palatka Invitational." Saturday afternoon to roll over
clenny'was: third with 10 points. Fifteen schools are sche- the visiting Wildcats 9-2 for '

"North Mwlon scored a very duled to compete in the races their first win of the season .,
Levy Lennon took place in the 100-yard dash at BolUs Tuesday with a 10-1) 1 Impressive but not totally exceptional Including Palatka South, after dropping two error-rid- y re4a YI
clocking. Tim Clark win over BUS" said Ocala Vanguard and North Mar- dled games to Live Oak ear- .
(far took
ford's Veron Barber.Bishop. right) third place In the event behind Brad Tornado Coach George Loper. ion."No lier In the week.

"The Colts from North Mar- one team ion are fortunate to have such the meet," Loper said. "The Butler and won by a score of
depth and balance In their team winner will be between those 12-3 after the Tigers committed ..
and should do wall this year. three and us." H errors. Tuesday Feb.29, :
ScramblesTo This was especially evident in All of the team. from (he the host Bulldogs scored 11 runs
their dominance of 2nd and 3rd Florida Star conference will off of 5 hits and 11 errors for Tim Crews captures first place honors in the long

places. compete and the results of the an 11-1 victory. lump with this leap of 20 feet
"Special praise is in order races should give an indicationas
for BHS sophomore Tim Crews to the out come of the conference "Errors::" made the difference -
and his win in the long Jump said Lake Butler Coach
and freshman Donnie Thomas'win Paul Wright. "We 'just beat
Azalea in the discus." "We will be a lot stronger ourselves.
VictoryHarold Crews swept first place hon- since Vernon Barber and Mal- "They (Live Oak) only scored Clay RallyEdges ,

ors in the long jump with a achi Henry are back," said three earned runs In the two
leap of 20' 10-1/4. Loper. "And Richard Fill games. They should have won
Thorn took first place In should be back: sometime this the first game 2-1 and we should

Bishop of Klngsley .rI the discus with a throw of week."I have won the second match.
Lake "scrambled like" mad to keep the ball In play today" 116' 7-1/2." Farlon McClellantook was real pleased with the "We have a real young and
sink an eight-foot putt and par he(Saturday) with my three wood fourth place in the event performance" o f both Barber Inexperienced team with only BHSJohn
the last hole to capture the for the Tornadoes with a throw and Henry. two seniors. They (Live Oak)
14th annual Palatka Azalea Fes The all-conference selectionin of 114' 6-1/2". Barber ran a 10.3 in the 100 have two excellent pitchers and
tival Invitational Tournamantwith both basketball and golf Senior Jimmy Andrews took yard dash at Bolles in his first at the first of the season our
a final-round 403676. while playing for the Bradford first place In both the 120 high meet of the season. hitting just wasn't up to their
Bishop fired High Tornadoes admitted hitting hurdles and 180 low hurdles with Loper said that he was also pitching" Robinson came on as base on an error. Bennett then
and 76 for rounds of 67,69 \ super Irons during the clockings of 15.3 and 21.6. Jimmy real pleased with his mllers. Against Macclenny Lake But- a relief pitcher for Clay High stole second and third bases
a of
192. Jack- !' ,:' took two mllers the m'le relay In the bottom ot. the fourth .
sonville's Skip Murray middle round. He bagged five Cauley fourth placein ler greatly Improved on their and later stole homo giving the
was one birdies each event t for the Tornadoes team and the performance. of Inning Tuesday afternoon and host& Tornadoes 4 2-0
stroke off the oace with a ws: wltl.l11ls.JlaslesL\-. :. ,. Donate! Burch in .fielding game making only four edge.
the 880.
total to take second place. putter from 40 feet out on the three seconds behind An- errors and not allowing a sin- hurled a one-hitter as the Rlue In the fourth inning Bradford
'I'.' dogleg 465-yard 19th which he drews.In Mark Hodges captured second gle run off of Devil rallied from a two run left runners stranded on all
Bishop held a two shot lead reached with a seven Iron sec- the 100 yard dash Levy place In the mile run with a "We played errors.a lot better heads deficit to down the Tornado bases after loading them with
going,; into the final round before ond. baseballers 4-3 In a non-con- then
5:10.4: clocking. Larry Patersonwas ball no outs. From on things
Lennon out against
barely edged up Macclenny),
"shankll a dreaded third in the event in 5145. ference battle. began to steadily down hill
: go
In Alexander of North Mar- Wright added. "When
the rounds man
golf disease which pops up opening Friday, we got The gam was the first for for Bradford.
unexpectedly to chagrin the Bishop chalked up four birdies ion for first place honors. Both Bradford swept the two mile the ball we knew what to do both team and left Bradford Clay High scored their first
the over the par 36-34 course to had clockings: of 10.5.Tim Clark run with (Hodges finishing first, with it."
guy holding club struck with an 0-1 mark from the sea- run In the top of the fifth as
post a three-under 67 anda took fourth place for Bradford Against the Wildcats Saturday -
him twice. par Paul Parsons second and Mike son. Ihe loss however will Johnny Looney walked and stole
one stroke lead. in the event with a times of Faron Dukes Klrwin Cly-
M Rae third. not be counted conference
The : as a second base. With two out, Gary
250pounder who twit 10.8. att, and Curt SIrmons each
finished In the runner up slot The winner Is no stranger i Steve Strickland took first The mile relay team of Jim n/ picked up two hits and scored defeat Graham hit a grounder to right
in the popular tournament,. victory lane having recorded place In the pole vault, clearing Andrews James Chandler, two runt. to lift the Tigers field which took a bad bounce
failed to bag a bird in the Harold Bishop three wins in the Starke Invi- Sheldon Hodge and Donnie over Macclenny 9-2. over the head of second baseman -
final day Sunday over the par tational and two In the Lake 106.The Burch captured first place in : Larry Brown scoring looncj. -
sprint team The wildcats
medley relay picked
up '
36-34-70 course, much in Invitational. II* hit 16 3:37.2. .
con- City :
trast to his previous recordsof ."M y driver was so erraticthe greens 1n tne in regular on of Mark Hodges Tim Clark run In the first and one in In the bottom of the Inning,
67 and 69. first day, I decided to just play Friday. Levy Lennon and Tim Crews the fourth to take a two edge Bradford had another streak of
took first place with a clocking going Into the bottom of fifth y bad luck as Tornadoes load
One of his "laterals." whichin of 2:06.8.: North; Marion Inning. Jr f ed the bases with one out. A
golf terminology means just was right on the Tornadoes' Dale Green then got things .N short grounder was hit to the
that, was a 6-lron which flew heels with a 2:08: tlm.,. Indian rolling for the Tigers with a short stop. Bradford's runner
out-of-bounds Into Ravine Gardens Hawks Falcons in North Marlon took first placein single. The second baseman advancing from second to third
which! borders the course. Edge the 880 relay after the Tornadoes then advanced to second on a inadvertently hit the short stop
Ills other was a 7-lron on No. dropped the baton on a stolen base. Clyatt then bouncedthe who was standing In the baselines
8 which luckily rem.lined in hand-off. Bradford still gave Golfers pitch over the fence for a vt attempting to field the

bounds thanks. to a guarding. the Colts a run for their ground-rule double, scoring grounder. The umpires then
fence Reno Basketball Tourney money with a second place finish Green.
of called the Bradford out
1:37.2: less than two runner
"I haven't shanked in 10 The pinch-hitter first base-
seconds behind the North !MarIon Win 7th on an obstruction rule and sent
years. the big-hitting\ 250 min then stole third base and
the other runners back to their
team Levy Lennon anchored scored on a single by Fred
pounder who was a terror on the
Reno's Falcons came within foul line for 33 points. the BHS team with a bases. This cost the Tornadoesat
school while SIrmons to tie things up 22.
grldrons attending
Hi is said after his winning three points 93-J90, of being In the first period Palatka sizzling 22.3 clocking In his Keystone's golfers stretched SIrmons then got carried a- least two runs as well as
eight-footer on the horn* the champion of thq< Reno Invitation Basket- 30-28 but the Falcons came a good time on his leg of Tuesday as they soundly defeated stole second and third base. take full advantage of their
hole."I. ball Tournamont Friday and back In the second half to outscore the 880 with a 22.9 Baker (Macclenny) County; He finally scored on a singleby ""ti's lucky break and retired the
scrambled like mad and Saturday against the Bradford Palatka 25-19 to go Into North Marlon captured all High 153-204. Faron Dukes. side as BUS left two men on
my Irons left me completely Hawks In the R IE srvm. halftime> 53-49 Falcons. four places in the 220-yard Keystone's Jim Leukel fireda Dukes followed the pace set base and failed to score a
befuddled he said. He hit In the final championship Coming out of halftime the dash. Alexander took first place par 35 to be the low medalistof by SIrmons and stole both second : run.In
only eight greens on the final game "Oliver Cohens fouled Falcons widened the, gap to in the event In 23.6. match. The senior parred and third and later scored the top of the sixth Brad
go-round of the 5,910 yard layout out to contribute to the lossto 89-74 and ended the game 116- Jimmy Ricks captured sec- seven holes and birdied the off an error. ford's pitchers got into trou-
the Hawks for the Falcons," 105 to make the Falcons eli- ond place in the high jump fourth hole, a par 4 390 yard *j wfaje* ble as the Blue Devils took a
Onlv once was he close to stated coach Johnny Jackson, gible for the finals with a leap of 58. Mark Clarkon dog-leg right Leading 4-2 Lake Butler 3-2 lead.
the flagstaff for a birdie try director of the Reno Recreation NM: took first place with Bobby Hayes was the num- picked up Its fifth run of the Gary Melvin is forced With a runner on first and
and then he booted the two- department The Falcons first game against jump of six-feet. ber two man for the Indians inning as Wildcat pitcher Rob- .10 outs Larry Brows earn,) in
footer on No. 13. Green Cove was a close Mark Hodges took second with a two over-par 37. Larry ert Moore walked Lake Butler's out on third base in the as a relief pitcher for BUS

of Jack Tyrone Blje hit for 34 pointsin one as the Falcons just edgedby place In the 440-yard dash for Turknett fired a 39 and Jack pitcher John Woodley. bottom of the fourth Inn in the sixth. Brown walked the
Young Skip Murray the game to be high point them 94-88 Friday night BHS with a time of 53.7. Alexan- Johnson finished out the four \Noodley then scored following first two men, Richard Delp
sonville' wound up second by man for the Falcons. Blye was der Hendrleth was two places man! team with a 42. a three base error following Ing. and Mike Clevinger to load
virtue of a one-over-par 71 followed Jlmnv Ross with In the first quartette Fal- a pitch hit by Richard Cason.
by back for the Tornadoes at 57.9. Richard Adams was the low The Tornadoes held a 2-0 the bases. After getting behind -
Sunday and defending champ and Jackie Edmond cons had a one point advantage Lake Butler later picked up I
25 points Colt runners captured both first man for the host Wildcats witha Inn- with a 3-0 count, Brown
edge going Into the fifth
David Lester tied for third over Green Cove 17-16 but In another four in the bottom
with 13 points on the board. four 39. runs hurdled three straight strikes
and third place in the over-par
the second Green Cove run. ing when everything started go-
shots off the period of the seventh to blast
three winning pace.A Feb. 29 the Indians and struck out the next batter I
C. Chandler was tops in the passed them 44-28. BHS runners again took sec- Tuesday, Macclenny 9-2. Ing wrong for Bradford Clay -
former all-state gridder scoring department for the ond and fourth place in the edged out Buchholz at High put runs across the platein ,
Bishop discarded his driverin Hawks with 26 points followedby Going into the third quar 880-yard run behind runners home 160-168 for their 12th win Friday afternoon Lake But- the fifth, sixth and seventh John Cook then sacrificed !
favor of a three wood to E. Blje with 20 points all ter the Falcons held GC to 19 from N 't. Donnie Burch cap in a row at home ler made 14 errors and "blew"a innings while Bradford continued flyed and advanced the runners.
carve out a one-under-par 69 from floor shots. points while the Falcons scored tured second place with a clockIng : Bobby Hayes was the low man three run lead to fall victimto to get men on base but Brown then walked John Buchanan -
Saturday to take a two stroke Top rebounder for the Falcons 25. In the fourth quarter the of 2:05.8: while Paul Par- for the Indians with a three Live Oak for the second couldn't produce the score. scoring Delp the tying;
lead going Into the final round Oliver Crum. Falcons over ran Green Cove sons took fourth place with a over-par 38. Hayes was tied straight time 123. Fourteen timas Bradford left
was 31-25 to end the game 94- 2:16.5.: along with Bobcat Willie Brown times run.Clevenger
Saturday. runners on base and three later scored the
The Falcons jumped ahead Lake Butler picked up its
88. Bradford's mile relay for low medalist honors. He
one the Tornadoes had the bases go-ahead run on a past ball
three In the bottom of
He suffered only one, bad nine points 28-19 In the first rung
team of Burch Hodges Andrews parred six holes while firing
streak In the day with It Coming quarter but the Hawks came\ High point man for the Falcons Chandler took sec- the first inning off of two errors loaded with less than two outs which got by the catcher.
back in Ross with 39 and three bogies. and hit. but only one run was produced. The Blue Devils added another -
on his 34-35 stint On the the second quarter with was Jim ay one
of 3- while
time holes
Brown five
ond with :
place a parred
"The difference In the In the of the
17th hole his eighth having 34 points compared to the Fal- points followed by Tyrone B'lye birdie the num'jerthree Terry Hamilton first got on big run top
started the back nine first, cons' 17. This made the halftime with 21 points. Jackie Edmondhit 39.7. fel- shooting a on base off an error Woodleythen game was that we left too many seventh on a sacrifice fly.] John
Paterson beat out 5 505 yard-
a "
Larry green, par men stranded on base, said Robinson walked and Delp walked -
he hooked his tee shot undera score 53-45 In favor of for 14 points. low Mark Hodges in walked, putting runnerson
teammate ere Tornado coach Wayne McLeod putting runners on first and
first and second.
tree and In of low the Hawks.
branches Green Cove's high point man the two mile run to take third Freshman Bret Cole was the Shortstop Richard Cason then "Our mechanics were excel- second. John Knight then hita
hanging gambled for The Falcons place honors. Paterson turnedin number two man for Keystonewith
outscored the was D. Johnson with 24 points slammed a triple scoring both sacrifice fly scoring Robin-
the pin. Hawks 24-13 in the third quar- followed bv L. Austin and Tln-. a 11:27: while Hodges took a 39. Leukl fired a 40 runners. Cason later scored lent."Our defense was sound and son which proved to be the
Instead he shanked his next ter to close the gap 71-69 but ney with 10 points each. fourth place with a 11:37.: and Johnson a 43. off another error as the TIgers I can't really find fault In our winning run.Robinson.
shot into the adjoining No. 2 with the Hawks out frong. In and Pa- "We certainly have consid- "We have eight men back took an early 3-0 lead. offense. Our one downfall was
fairway and settled wlthadoubble the fourth quarter the Hawks The Apopka Royals consolationgamo erable work and changes to that lettered last year" said in our pitching. We couldn't was the winning pitcher
outscored the latka played in a accomplish before It's all over Keystone coach Lyndle KIrt- Tuesday's game with Live
bogie six. Falcons by one Palat put the ball across the plate striking out seven while
point 22-21 to end the Saturday night as ," Loper said. "We missedthe ley. "So we should Improveon ; Oak was no better for the Tigers had
game when we to. walking one and allowing only
"I should have punched it out ka took the victory 86-85. Barber the built .
93-90. efforts of Vernon our team average of 162. as Bulldogs a "Our pitching will either one hit Brown was chargedwith
safe," the Jacksonville Forrest Green Cove Springs the A- Malachi Henry and Richard Fill Keystone posted a 13-2 record 10 run lead by the fifth inning "
the loss for Tornadoes.
football coach .later' After a victory over Green: make us or break us this year.
golf and forward to last with of off of Lake Butler's
popka Bucks the St. Augustine are looking season one
Cove the Falcons played Palatka errors1 Bradford jumped to an early
admitted after blowing a six- week." hands ending the with Friday the Tornadoes will
Falcons and the Tallahassee their return this their losses coming at the game in
1-0 lead the first
and cams out victors 116-105. Inning as
the final
foot birdie shot on of the Bobcats. win. play their first conference
Warriors were the teams that game
High point man for the Falcons with two out. Larry Brown
hole. The Indians will travel to Hendrick of the season here against Fer-
were eliminated from the tour- Jim was the winning slammed triple to left
in this was Jimmy a field.
game TUESDAY MEET: Ocala ( ) for nandlna Beach. Carmt time .is
Ross with 36 points followedand nament In the first round. today Thursday a pitcher with nine strike The throw to third base was
e et Jackie Edmond with 17. four-way match with Ocala For- outs two hits and a single wild and Brown got a free trip 4 p.m. The following game .Is
t Democratic politician are The tournament ended the BHS traveled to Bolles Tues- rest, Gainesville' and Deland. walk. Woodley took the loss horn. Friday March 18, at 7:30 p.
playing a reversal of the old The high man for Palatka wasJ. Falcons year 18-6. The season day afternoon with Tornado run- The team will tee off at 3 striking out three waling three BHS scored again in the fourthas m. when BIIS meet Palatka
Robinson as he rung 15: bas ners rolling over the host Bulldogs here under the
games' Pin the head on the kets and three shots from the record was 163. 10626. p.m. while allowing five hits Joey Bennett gained first lights.

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Daniel McRae, a carpenterby children accounting for almost rled to Sabrina Livingston of tar of Michael and Mary S.
trade, was lilted In the .ten per cent of the total Telfalr County; Ce. on August Livingston of Scottish ancestry March 3,1972
1860 Federal Census the first population. 9, 1835. She married Daniel Mc
population count ever taken In Daniel was born on January The children born to them Rae at the age of 14 and begana Dear Editors
Starke. 11, 1817 In Bullock County; Ga. in Georgia were Mary Ann busy career of rearing chil Old George brings back memories -
The city; then had a population to Scottish born parents who Grace, Norman Harlow Bar- dren. Her hands were constantly of my Georgia childhood -
of 138, with McRae fam- had settled In that state. At nabas Marshall, and Alta busy carding wool and cotton There was a circuit o
ily of 13- self wife, and 11 the age of 18 he was mar- Jane. spinning it Into thread, riding preacher who used to
weaving the thread into cloth, show up at our house for supper
dyeing the cloth, and making after Sunday preaching
It Into garments for her large Supper of course was always, i
family. Her garden fruit trees leftovers from Sunday dinner.
chickens and here provided Well the preacher naturally t

EDITORIAL food for the table with very got and I, asmall d
: little having to be "store boy naturally wound up 'y M 1
bought." with an old cold later. r
Dkatel Metae So It Is with George. I been
During the Civil War. while listening to him for eight years;
the men were away fighting fora even voted for him in 1968.

The family moved to Florida lost cause, Sarah McRae kept What's It got me? Nothing but
the spiritual fires of her church
How Will You Vote Next Tuesday? Creek, In at 1847.Mlddleburg settling on which Black at burning, serving as class Leader dlsappolntmentandfrustrationeftoversl -
(as superintendents were
that time was a thriving town In 1968 folks in Florida went
In North Florida and an Important then called) for the Sunday against him more than two to
shipping point for water School. It Is easy to Imagine one -- In the nation, better than
Five days from now Florida voters students would simply be deferringthe transportation. her hustling those seven chil- even to one. He ain't not no
dren Into their clothestwo
will go to the polls and make cost of their education to be paid The children born at Middle- ( sons were oft In the Con- more) chance of the nomination Visits
Chlsholm and Girl Scout
burg were: George D., Christopher than Shirley no Troop
decisions concerning! back during
two Important years.In Columbus, Joseph Clinton fererate Army and the twins more chance of the Presidency
the State Constitution, indicate their Cornelia Amelia, Sarah were not yet born>. and rush- than Archie Bunker.
Historic Courthouse
choice for the Democratic nomineefor view of the present stress on Katherine Phillip Antonio Arthur Ing oft to get them all seatedIn Sen. Henry Jackson Is the

President, and participate in a higher education, and the obvious financial Duncan and Daniel Reid. their classes. then onto first non Southerner In20years
legally meaningless straw ballot on handicap suffered by students The family moved to Starke church services, where she with the guts to buck the Supreme Members of Girl Scout Troop its history.
about the time that several was the choir leader, without Court and the meddling 605 and their leaders Debris told
three emotional tissues. from low income families another During they were
other families came here from bnenflt of organ or piano. yankee liberals. He can win the Boyce and Ann Farabee are that the original part of the
affirmative vote Is recommended for Mlddleburg, including John C. Mrs. McRae"alway man- nomination and beat Nixon. His pictured on the steps of the old constructed in
Since all elections are important, Article: Seven. Richard, and Charles Pace, aged to find time to be a good anti-busing amendment will get Bradford County; courthouse building 1902, with an was annex In tile 1930'..

it is hoped that Bradford County will As for the three straw ballot questions founders of the pioneer mer- neighbor feeding the hungry the government out of our prior to touring the historic The girls showed much interestin
turn in its usual performance of being candle firm of Richard Pace. nursing the sick, and lending schools and family affairs.Vote building/ last Thursday after- tile old courthouse where
these largely emotional Issues in tunes of
are aid and comford
Some of the oldest homos In for Henry Jackson and Washing
Florida counties in the famous trials were held
high among and will be resolved by the individual Starkea few of them still distress and grief ton will get the word -- loud The visit was part of a "My many and\ the fact that convicted criminals -,
percentage of qualified voters turn- voter according to the dictatesof In use-- attest to Daniel's honest After her children were grown and clear. Community"; project In which were sometimes hung
Ing out at the polls. his own conscience. These questionsare skillful, workmanship as a 'and married, she devoted her An old cold tater never did the Scouts are required to visita .
carpenter. He also owned and life to nursing, for which she taste good with chicken on the historic building or site In the from a scaffold erected on the
Last week we discussed Article: : operated a small farm and resided had a special gift The doctors table. Hush up George Pass the area and learn something about courthouse lawn.

Five and gave reasons for recom- for a while In a one.tol'1 respected her talents and relied chicken, Henry' !
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-Do you favor an amendment to house located then on on her ability; and they Albert W. Foster -
mending a yes vote on this questionin the U. S. Constitution that would pro- N. Thompson Street In the a- kept her busy as much of her 1527 Woodford Ave.

spite of the fact that it might re- hibit forced busing and guarantee the rea between the present Stump's time as she could spare away Fort Myers. Fla. 33901 f----------- 1

sultunless remedied by the Legislature right of each student to attend the Store and Florida State Tele- from home. She attended the s

-- in having county; judges who appropriate public school nearest his phone Co. rich and poor alike. If they
In spite of having 11 childrenof able to for her March 6, 1972
are not lawyers in Florida counties home? were pay services By Bobby L. Taylor
The fea- their own. he and his wife well and good; If not,
under 40,000 population. good took other boys under their she still gave unstintingly of Dear Editor: March Is probably the busiest calve.'are lost each year because -
tures of this amendment outweigh the -Do you favor providing an equal roof to give them a chanceto her services to anyone who During the month of January month of the year for us these observations were

bad, so an affirmative vote is re- opportunity; for quality!; education for attend school In Starke. needed her. many people worked extremelyhard who are connected with agri- not made
commended. Mr. McRae was not a man and contributed very generously culture. When we consider farmers -
all children regardless of race creed, of heroic deeds not a large After her death before clos- to the Bradford County; and producers, farm suppliers lose
color or place of residence and op- landowner nor a financial wizard ing the graveside rites, the March of Dimes. I would like food processors and distributors -
Another Important amendment Is pose a return to a dual system of nor an outstanding political minister said "We are now to take this opportunity; to en- and many'many The USA has finally released
Article: Seven dealing with a proposed public schoolsDo ? figure, but he was knownIn giving back to the dust one tend a belated THANK YOUto others this Involves a lot of their plans for the VEE vacln-
student loan bonding program which the community; as a substantial of the best, noblest women whoever everyone who contributed people.In ation program for 1972. In Florida
would permit the State to establish a favor amendment to citizen Just, honest,. lived In Starke" In so and worked for the March of addition to getting ready and other southern states
trust fund through the issuance of you an generous charitable, hard- saying, he spoke the sentimentsof Dimes. for Spring crops, taking care where the compulsory vaccination
the U. S. Constitution to allow prayerin working and a Christian southern all who had been befriendedby We had a very successful andrewarding of strawberry vegetables and program' was In effect In
loans to students who
bonds to
grant the public schools? gentleman whose word her during her lifetime. campaign. Our receipts winter feed crops our farmer 1971' horses vaccinated last
need financial aid was as good as his bond. Daniel and Sarah McRae have totaled $6,062.52. far groups are active In their respective year need not be vaccinated for

There are those who seek to dis- Sarah Sabrina Livingston was many descendants still living beyond our projected goal.This organizations. The VEE In 1972.
According to plan, the State would credit Gov. Reubln Askew's oppositionto born on Oct. 14, 1821 In Tel-' In Starke and Bradford County. la surely a credit to the*citizens North Florida Poultry Producers VEE 'Is the Venezuelan strainof
fair County,Georgia,the dauahl' ; met last Tuesday night and horse sleeping sickness.
sell bonds backed by pledges of repayment the anti-busing issue and attributehis of Bradford County; who
important partIn heard a good program by Farmers Even though horses received
by student borrowers and bya have played an
stand to effort to enhance his
an the fight against birth defects Home Administration Supervisors this vaccination last year, ALL
portion of student enrollment fees.
Image as a potential Vice Presidential ,v on Finances. In addition -
horses should receive two doses
If the amount of student fees going It's a woman's' Martha Sue McCain
feelIngs By up-to-date farm sanitation -
Regardless personal We owe a special thanks to of the bivalent Eastern and
for student, flnanclal aid stays the. .:-on: :this( ,.,Issue we-cannot; ,doubt,. ; .1 County Extension the chairmen of the' various,, .measures. were, dls" "' "" Western Vaccine In the springof

same$9 a year per" student-- and the.Governor's sincerity, and those;who .WIl Home.Economics! Agent, ', events:,Mrs..Mary Glssy-itP' ) -. cussed : are'CtoIng'an' 1972. ,i.,FSl f
Our poultrymen
assuming current Interest rates on think otherwise lose sight of,the ,fact u clal Events Chairman.. J. E. ";; epingiickesi .Is a'vlraldisease
outstanding Job with waste management '
and the Clvltan- transmitted by
Tomllnson biting
tax-free state bonds remain the same
that Askew's stand could hardly their farms. '
provea on Many
Walkathon. Mrs. Linda Lawson 'mosqultos. affects the cen-
an estimated $25 million to $40 million political bonanza since polls have MARCH PLENTIFULS change on the fabric scene due and the Jr. Woman's Club are turning their problems Into tral nervous system resultingIn

would be available for student loans. shown that "forced busing" is unpopular PLENTY PLENTIFUL to the polyester double knits. Mothers March Mrs. Sara opportunities Manure oncea drowsiness fever difficulty;
with roughly eighty cent If March isn't roaring like a The maintenance, the comfortof Torode School Card Chair- problem Is now being usedto In swallowing and chewing anda
; per lion this year it's because the wear as well as ease andqulckne.s good advantage on pasturesand
The state would qualify as a lender man. Mrs. Mildred Fancher- wobbly gait Once the signs
of the nationwide.This
people lion Is In home constructions lands. In addition to
under the Federally-Insured student munching on peanuts Coin Collector Chairman. Mr. crop appear, the dlseast la difficultto
and prunes. They're on the have Increased our desires Richard Roberts Teen Chair- fertilizer benefits the manure treat About 90 per cent
loan program with the Federal govern Is an issue that will be decided Plentiful Foods list of the U.S. to be creative with neddle man. Mrs. Margaret Peek adds organic matter to the soil of the horses that contact the

ment guaranteeing repayment. The by voters on the basis of how Department of Agriculture for and fabric. You might even Publicity; Chairman. Mrs. Pat that Improves the tilth and Water disease die. Two Injections of
bonds would be retired by student repayment It affects them and their children, March. The list Includes: pea- tried the make It today and Spengler Treasurer. Richard and nutrient holding capacity vaccine 7 to 14 days apart are

and interest, and the loan and no amount of arguing the moral jiuts and peanut products, .wear It'tonight routine. Jockel and the cast of "Charlie of the soil required and revaccination Is
program would be self-supporting, requiring prunes prune Juice, pitted this time we want to thinkin Brown." The Bradford-Union Cattle necessary each ;year, to maintain -
issues involved will change their of trousers. Yes, if man's Association Is meeting
of prunes, potatoes, potato pro- terms We hope that everyone that satisfactory protection.
no use general revenue minds. ducts including Instant mashed the man of the house has tried has contributed their time and tonight at the Agriculture Build-
funds. and frozen french fries canned a pair, of the "Knits" surelyhe money to the March of Dimes Ing In Starke. Dr. Bobby Anderson I. .

On the second straw vote question peaches canned fruit cocktail must have been Impressedand will take pride in the fact that veterinarian from
"There's for the State canned cranberry sauce, cran- sold. With the stretch fabrics Gainesville Animal Hospital
no way to -- the return to a dual system of they helped to fight the natural The Bradford County; Fair
lose from this program," declares berry Juice cocktail, frozen they will become morepopular numberone child health problem will discuss bull evaluation and is less than one month away.
public schoolseven the strongest concentrated grape Juice with the home seamstress checking bulls for breeding We
David Hartshorn president of the Flo- The children and familIes 'are making every effort
anti-busing advocate would hardly advocate split peas and eggs. as they are easy to affected by birth defects soundness. to have the biggest and best
rida Association: of Student Aid Ad- such and it Using these plentiful will construct This is a important Important
philosophy now, will surely be grateful. very livestock show ever. If you
ministrators an organization that is would be meaningless If he did. spark up your meals plus helpIn While the trousers of double Again, a hearty; tIIank'you subject for our cattle- have an'' animal you would like
solidly backing the amendment. A recent spreading of the food doller. knit have many advantagesover to everyone. men when you consider that to show this year, call or come
study showed that Florida Is$39.5 We have a lot of favorites other fabrics I'm sureyou Sincerely, the bull is half your herd. by your County; Agent's office
million short of meeting student aid On the prayer-in-school question, listed this time, so do take have noticed one problemthe Phil Vellenga The best way to Improve a for an 'entry blank. Entries
even some ministers have voiced the advantage of them Anytime you fabric sage Because of Campaign Director calf crop or your beef herd close March 17th.
needs at the present time. It also opinion that this is the Jurisdiction of say peanuts or peanut butter this, be selective with your Itself Is to use a better bull. In addition to livestock thereis
showed that only 12 per cent of stu- the home and the church, so here you will have some takers and fabric. Look for a smooth Beef After you get a better bull and a section for agricultural

dents enrolled In public and private again the vote will be a matter of of all the things you can do with finish no loose threads or Producers have him checked for breeding products. Corn, tobacco sweet
colleges and universities come from peanut butter. You remember raised weave. You will see soundness, it Is also very
Individual conscience: when enteringthe potatoes, syrup, eggs, vegetables -
families with Incomes under $5,000 Mrs. Caldwell's delicious pea- often in fabric departments and Must Withdrawn important to observe the bull and many other productscan
voting booth. nut butter pie we uaed sometime stores, a table or section of during the breeding season to ,be exhibited Make
while your
annually families in this bracket -
men's fashion fabrics.We make sure that cows are being
ado well here are a coupleof DES Before Sale plans now to help put more
make up 45 per cent of the population In the case of the Presidential Pre- peanut butter cookies you have scheduled a workshop "settled." Many potential agriculture into our Fair:

ference Primary, it is a process of might not have tried. to constructMEN'STROUSER8.This Beef producers selling cattle ........_.... .. _._- u .___uu._..
As outlined the student would be elimination for most of us. with a PEANUT CHOCOLATECHIP will be conducted In the for slaughter must withdraw COnrt %%%V ,%vwVVW.V7WK-7 %VW; ;XtSx""SOS :** ;
of the Bradford County ;
able to borrow up to $1,200 annuallyat motley crew of eleven contestants for COOKIES auditorium Agriculture Center March feed contanlnlngdiethylsttlbestrol 1 Cost RL'friug'Cliil4lren 1
One-fourth cup bu tter or mar (DES) from animals seven
one per cent interest with no the Democratic nominee in Florida.On 21, 22 and 23. Please contact
garine 1/4 vegetable shortening days before slaughter. In addition -
interest payment necessary while stilla the basis of what we have been 2 tablespoons peanut this office if you would like to the cattlemen must fur- J ( et.. Higher Every, Year i

student. There would be nine months able to learn of the eleven hopefuls, butter, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 cup participate in this workshop.You nish a written certificate stat-
delay in repayment alter graduation, the field narrows down to a possible firmly packed light brown sugar do not need to be to an accomplished ing they have withdrawn the NEW YORK, Feb. 7 The earnings of a family In one

or winding up a student career, and ten choice of three who seem to havea 1 egg, 1 teaspoon vanilla seamstress participate hormone.. general figures on the cost of year.
would be allowed for extract, 1 3/4 cups sifted all- rearing children in the United In Bradford County; where the
years repayment. chance at the office, and who mightbe
That is now the law and it
purpose flour, 1/2 teaspoon bakIng States released recently by a average net Income is between
expected to do a reasonably good soda 1teaa OOn salt I is essential that producers presidential commission, raises $7,000 and $8,000 per house-
Students generally appear to be Job If elected. These three In our : Set comply, according to Dr.
cup salted peanuts I cup Q-6 Meeting Tony the question. "What doesit hold, the outlay comes to an es-
good credit risks, according to the opinion are: Hubert H. Humphrey, oz. package)) semi-iweet cho- Cunha Chairman of the Department cost in Bradford County; ?" timated $26,200 per child. Local -
report with the present rate of default Henry M. Jackson, and Edmund S.Muskle. colate pieces. For Cattle And of Animal Sciences Institute How much does the average families whose incomes are
less than one per cent on student Mix butter shortening and of Food and Agricultural local family spend In ralslnga larger .than this spend more
loans now made from banks. Once peanut butter until soft and Suiiie Producers :Sciences, University; of Florida, child from birth to age 18? and others, less.
fluffy, Stir in sugars, egg The certification regulation was The report, based upon a The figures show that the
It is believed
started that the loan It seems to us that Florida would Two Important meetings con-
and vanilla. Stir In dry Ingredients Into USDAon study made by the Commission first year is usually the most
trust fund would be self-supporting. not go far wrong in giving Its nod Fold In peanuts and cerning Bradford County; livestock put January effect 8. by the on Population and the American expensive. A family may Incur

In effect, by borrowing the money, to any one of these three. chocolate plffes.CRISSCROSS producers are scheduledfor Future, estimates bills of over $3.000 in that
the ag building Bradford In Starke. What Is* DES? It is a synthetic what it would cost the typical; yew, Nelheavierit costs.
COOKIESOne The producers growth-promoting hormone i nlly. It notes that the cost After that, demand
cup peanut butter. 1/2 Union County; Cattlemen's Association varies widely from area to comes In the teen ;years.
will meet tonight,
.._- cup button 1/2 cup granulated "The Cunha Also, It is children
-' (Thursday) at 7 for ahamburger regulation! Dr. area and from family to fam- noted
The Bradford County sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar, P.m. said "means producers will ily. The chief controlling fac- growing up ontarms cosU3.400
:: followed by a
::. :: fry
I _.-. firmly, packed; 1/2 teaspoon, evaluaUon"conducted have to make plans to marketa tor, in most cases. Is Income.In average than those in
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED -; -. vanilla, 1 egg, 1 1/12 cups sifted program on by Bobby' Anderson week In advance. "Those cat Bradford County; as well urban areas

1879 flour, 3/4 teaspoon soda, Gainesville veterinarian, who tle to be sold will have to be as In every other part of theCOUntl'1 On the) basis of the local fi
teaspoon baking powder removed and fed a ration without it takes considerablymore
bulls for the 270
t, will discuss checking gates or 10 boys and
Bible 1/4 teaspoon salt, breeding soundness.The DES, or else the hormone must than it did in earlier girls' in Bradford County
Oe who
Cream together peanut but- ;
Association will alsodiscuss be removed from all the cattle. years to provide children with reach W annually
ter and butter. Add sugars for the specified time" their basic needs.For represent a
G M."e.aFLoR gradually and cream together plans! for promotingan total outlay on the part] of their
FFA and 4-H Steer Showat example according to the parenta C nearly A074.000
until light and fluffy. Add vanilla Dr. Cunha said if there ,is Health Insurance Institute the '
ESSAS during'the
And we know that all things and egg and beat well.,Stir the 1973 Bradford County; growing up period,
evidence that the rules aren'tbeing current cost of food alone for
work together for good to Fair. .
In flour, sifted with
.' ''AT ON that love God. .. (Romans soda together The Santa Fe Valley Swine followed DESwIll be withdrawn a youngster, from birth to age
fi' v them baking powder,. and salt Producers Association will from the market, and III. averages $8,500 It breaks THINK

8. 28.) Mix Chill thoroughly.dough, Shape Into I-Inch meet In the ag building at 7:30 everyone will be hurt, "You down to $3,700 for boys and wi
can't throw away someting that
balls and place about 2 Inches p.m. Monday March 13. 8100. for girls.
When we truly love God apart on the cookie sheet.Flatten Duirance swine specialist, and causes an Increase of 15 per- That is more money than
heart with a fork in crisscross Dr. Kary Mathis, agriculture cent in gain and 10-12 percentin was necessary 25 years ago for i ulQ
E.L. MATTHEWS, E 'Itor-Prbh.h.r and soul. we put our pattern. Bake In a moderateoven economist,. will discuss tile feed efficiency and not have their food, clothing educationand 1 v
Published each Thursday end entered es Second complete trust in Him, Joyously (375 degrees) 10 to 12 present swine situation, trends it hurt. Both the producer and medical care combined.
Class Matter at the Pest Office .. Starke, Flerlda surrender our will to minutes. Makes about 5 dozen and future .outlook for producers. consumer would suffer" Dr. Today based on the government -
under Act ef March 3rd 187?. His. And as He Is all-rood cookies. Cunha commented. The use of report and on other finIngs "While wall mottoes ex.
Subscription' In trade. areas al year, $5.00; Outside and naught but good-all that KNITS, KNITS WORKSHOP All members are urged to DES is the difference between the amount spent In railIng hort'employee |o think,
trade .r"I. ,,1 year, $5.50.P. comes to us will be rood in attend these important meet feeder and loss for the cattle a ,child to age 18 ranges moil companies expect them
to keep busy loo.
abundance. We are all aware of the ings. from 2.9 to 3.6 times the net ,

P... Tel.-..... March 9 1)71b .

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1 The Board of County Commissioner Nell NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE In County Judge's Court In
Notice Tanner February
tor on Petition of Bradford County file Rhoden have Duncan and Lon- Notice Is hereby given that and For Bradford County Flo Bradford A.D. 1972 at Stark. prised of approximately 300 1972 the property will be delivered -
ot Portions Closing and Abandonment Florida, has selected the cation to the made Appii- I, P. D. Reddish as Sheriffof rida. County Florida. acres to be divided Into ((2) to the Administrator.

I Streeta of Unused Platted following as the Polling Places, Zoning Board for Bradford County Bradford County Florida In re Estate of James W. 2/24 3/10 two areas. These are genera Thereafter, all further claims
In Sampson City Sub- Clerks and inspectors tor the tlon of the reclasslflca under and by virtue of Writ Abell deceased. 4tp.: ally worked out turpentine a- must be directed to the Admin
division as per Plat Thereof Special Election to be held below property described of Execution to-wit: NOTICE TO CREDITORS reas and areas of round tim- istrator.
Recorded In Plat Book I, Pap on Tuesday March 14, 1972: tall Sales & Rl-A to BR (Re- Execution Issued out of Small All creditors of the estateof ber. Harvesting is to be clone Fred O. Dickinson Jr.
South!1. In Section 4. Township 7 DISTRICT II 1 Lawtey. D. L. or the .)250' deep. Claims Courtof Bradford County James W. Abell. deceased In the Circuit Court Eighth by the successful bidder within As Administrator

Range 21 East, .Brad- Shuford. County Commissioner. East following property. Florida pursuant to a Final are hereby notified and required Judicial Circuit of Florida In the eighteen 08)) months period 3/2: 4t 3/23
ford County Florida. Precinct 41 1, Lawtey. City Hall. 562.8' of Lot 9 In indian Judgement for Southern Discount to file any claims or and For Bradford County beginning July 1.1 1972 to December -
Tb WHOM IT MAY,CONCERN; Lawtey. Clerk, Earl Mosley; Beach Unit 3 of Section Company of Starke Florida demands which they have CIVIL ACTION 31. 1973. Bids should
You will take notice that >In Inspector Ferrell Jean Bennett 35, Township 8 South Range and against J. T. Pad- against said estate in may the of Case No. 1267 be sealed and returned in an In The Circuit Court of Brad

j accordance with the provisions Lois Waters Helen 22 East. gett & Alma Padgett defendants fice of the county Judge of Brad. Dennis W. Griffls and Ruby envelope marked "Bid for lump ford County FloridaIn
of Section 336.09 through 338.12.I Shuford. This change In classification In the a mount $400.00 ford County Florida in the Griffls his wife Plaintiffvs- sum Pine Timber Sale to be Re: The Marriage of Rose
I Florida Statutes a public bearIng PRECINCT#2 Kelly Recrea- Is subject to a public hearing together with costs of collect- courthouse at Starke Florida! Bernls C. Belcher and LoisB. opened 11:00: A. M. April 17. Marie Thompson, the Wife, and
. will be held by the Board tion Hall Lawtey. Clerk, Doug- to be held on Tuesday, March within six calendar months from Belcher his wife Defendant. 1972" and returned In sufficient William Edward' Thompson, the
of County Commissioners of las A, Jones. inspectors Kath- 28th at 7:30 P.M. in the County ionHave seized and have in my the date of the first publication NONCE OF SUIT- time for the bid open- Husband

t Bradford County Florida. In ryn M. Brown Mi'.dred: l... Turner Commission room at the Brad- possession the following des- of this notice. Each claimor NO PROPERTYTO ing to: Jim Chasteen Business NOTICE OF ACTIONTo
the County Commissioners Dorothy M. Moultrle. ford County Court House at cribed personal property to- demand must be In writing : Manager, Florida State Prison : William Edward Thompson -
Courtroom of the Bradford PRECINCT *3 Crawford which time all persons interested wit: and must state the place of You are hereby notified that P. 0, Box 221, Ralford, Pierce Brothers Roofing
County Courthouse In Starke. Bradford County Fair Building shall be heard for or Iflfl4 ChAvmint Pick Uo Truck residence and post office address an action for Mortgage Fore- Florida 32083. Company Raleigh North Car-

Florida on Monday, April 3. Starke. Clerk, Nellie P. Garner against the proposal as specified .Tag* 45G/K971 of the claimant and must closure has been filed against 3/2 3t 316NOTICE olina.
1972. atlOOOo'clockA.M.onthe Inspectors Mrs. J. C. in the Zoning Code of I D* 4C144A137861 be sworn to by the claimant,, you and you are required to YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
petition of L. J. Kite and Audrey Knight, Shellle Hall Carte Elsie Bradford County. Title #1844610As his agent, or his attorney or served a copy of your written action for dissolution of mar-
R. Kite his wife{ and Norman, John Torade Chairman the property of the above will become void according defenses U any to it, on the! OF NAMES OF riage has been filed againstyou
Gladys GAves Crlffls.; which DISTRICT*?. Goroge W. Roberts Bradford County Zoning named defendant and that on to law. plaintiffs attorney whose PERSONS APPEARING TO and you are required to
petition was spread upon the County Commissioner. Board, Monday the 13th day of March name and address is GeorgeH. BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED serve a copy of your written
.l. February 18
31In 1972.
minutes of a meeting of said PRECINCT #4 Bayless. Mater 2t 318 1972 at twelve o'clock Noonon /s/ Pierce P. O. Drawer 1030, PROPERTY defenses. If any to It on Theron -
Board of County Commissioners Vehicle Inspection Station said day on the premisesof Patsy Abell Taylor Starke Fla. and file the original Pursuant to Section 13 of Chap A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs

held on March 6, 1972, Starke. Clerk Joseph A. Cis the Bradford) County Jail Administrator with the clerk of the ter 717 Florida Statutes entitled -, attorney whose address Post
Estate !
requesting thatsaid Board close sy. Inspectors Mildred Fan- The County Judge's Court I will offer for sale and sell of James W. Abet above styled court on or before < Florida Disposition of Office Box 340 Starke Flo
and abandon those portions of cher. Myrtle W. Jones Mary of Bradford County. Florida. to the highest bidder for cash First March 13,1972; otherwisea Unclaimed Property Act", notice rids, on or before March 31.
unused platted streets herein Noegel. In Re: Estate Otis E. Leach, In hand the above described ruary publication 1972. on 24th Feb Judgement may be entered Is hereby given that tile 1972. and file the original with

after described, and renounceand PRECINCT #5. Pleasant Deceased. property of said defendant t) 2/24 4t 3/16 against you for the relief demanded owners of unclaimed personalor the clerk of this Court wither
disclaim any right of Brad Grove Bradford County NOTICE TO CREDITORS satisfy the aforesaid Execu- in the complaint or petition. Intangible property presumed before service on plaintiffs
ford County Florida and the School Starke. Clerk Nita All creditors of the estate of tion. abandoned. attorney or immediately there

public In and to the land lying McRae. Inspectors Ella Mae Otis E. Leach deceased are WITNESS my hand and the Account number 8-0101-0002; after; otherwise a default will
within said portions of unused Chastaln Lola H. Zlpperer hereby notified and required to /s/ P. D. Reddish NOTICE OF INTENTION 1 seal of said Court on Feb. 15, Pleffer Bertha M. or John be entered against you for the
platted streets; said portions Norma Canova. file any claims or demands Sheriff; REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1972. G., Route 2, Box 24A, Starke. relief demanded in the com

of unused platted streets being PRECINCT #6 Vanderbilt which they may have against Bradford County Notice Is hereby given that Gilbert S. Brown Florida. plaint or petition.
described as follows: Home of E. L. Nook) Norman said estate In the office of Florida the undersigned under the provision As Clerk of said Court Information concerning the a- WITNESS my hand and the
All of Section '4. Township Bavless Highway. Starke.Clerk the County Judge of Bradford 2/17 4t 3/9 of 20,953 Laws of Florida By: Betty EdwardsAs mount or description of the seal of this Court on February

7 South. Range 21 East lYIng Sylvia Reddish Inspectors County Florida In the Court- Acts of 1941, will register Deputy Clerk Property and the name and 18, 1972.
I North and East of Georgia Margaret L Norman, Joan J. house at Starke, Florida with with the Clerk of the Circuit (Court Seal) address of the holder may be Gilbert S. Brown
SouthernandFlorll4aaBail: Dyal, Mary Ella Watterson. in six: calendar months from In The Circuit Court of The Court, In and for Bradford County 2/24 4t 3/16 obtained by any persons pos As Clerk of the Court

road and North of the Seaboard DISTRICT #3 Ralph P. Bryan the date of the first publication Eighth Judicial Circuit Flo- Florida upon proof of sessing an Interest in the pro- By Beulah M. Moody
I -
Air Line Railroad LESS County Commissioner of this notice. Each claim or rida In and For Bradford County publication of this notice the perty by addressing an inquiry As Deputy' Clerk

a AND EXCEPT Lots 1 and PRECINCT #7, Reno RJE demand must be In writing and Case # 1260 fictitious name of Mr. Otto LEGAL NOTICE to Fred O. Dickinson Jr.,State 3/2 4t 3/23
must state the place of residence In Re: The Marriage of RAV. Beauty Salon under which we Comptroller as Administrator

, 3 of Block 10, Lot 3 High School Starke. Clerk C. Evans Jr. Husbandand Sealed Bids will be receivedup
and post office address ford In business at 120 Abandoned Property Division
are engaged
of Block 11, Lots 2 and S s William T. Holland. Inspectors Judy L. Evans Wife to and not later than 11:00A. : *
of the claimant and must be South Court St. Starke Flor- Capitol
Corean Ethel Tallahassee Florida
of Block 13 and 1-1/3 acre McNeal HalL NOTICE OF SUIT M. April 17, 1972. in the
.fu NW corner of Section 4. Moybell Roberts.PRECINCT8. sworn to by the claimant his TO Judy L, Evans Route 1 ida.Otto office of the Business Manager i Be sure to mention account lOA coyote-i favorite food Is
agent, or his attorney, It : F. Siemer Jr. and Eloise
North of the railroad. The Seaboard Old or Buffalo South Carolina 29321. Florida State Prison' for number name and address, as anvthlng It cm chew." Which
foregoing description Is In- National Guard Armory Starke. will law. become void according to You Are Hereby Notified that H. Sterner whose address is' the sale of Pine Pulpwood published in this notice. Unless puts It at the lame stage of

tended to Include all the land, Clerk Peggy Shaller.Inspectors 29th an action for divorce has been 603 Plnewood Drive Starke Pine Timber on a lump sum proof of ownership Is presented development as the teenage
February 1972. Florida. Dated this 21st day of human.,
Margaret B. Williams MyrUce basis. The Is to the holder
1 In Sampson City North of the /./ Lester J. Leach Ad filed against you and you are offering com- by May 17;
Mary Covington.
1 Georgia Southern and Florida
mtnlstrator, Otis E. required to serve a copy of
Railroad as per plat thereof PRECINCT 19, Keystone. Leach Estate your written defenses If any
recorded In the public records Southslde Elementary School George H. PierceP. to It on SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS -

of Bradford County. Florida Starke. Clerk Hazel L. Howell. O. Drawer 1030 Attorneys for Plaintiff
and as per plat compiled from Inspectors Ramona M, Tomlln- Starka, Florida 32091 whose address Is 142 West Call

the public records by Harry son, Alice A. Barron, FlorenceC. Attorney for Administrator Street, P, O. Box: 1083 Starke. STARKE'S
A. Anthony Registered Land Flynn 3/9 4t 3/30 Florida 32091 and file the original -'
Surveyor No. 776; Block IS DISTRICT 14. Eddie Allen. with the Clerk of the
LESS AND EXCEPT Lots E County Commissioner. Hamp -' above-styled Court onorbefore LOWEST

and F Subdivision of Lot 1; PRECiNCT In the Circuit Court of Florida March 20, 1972 otherwise a
Lots I I. 5 and 6 of Block 17; #10 .Thoreau Eighth Judicial CircuitIn Judgment may be entered a- FOOD
and Blocks 18, 19, 20, 28 41. Community Club House Ther- and For Bradford County. galnst you for the relief demanded -
42 and 47 In Sampson City, essa. Clerk Ruth Z. Crlfns.In- Case No. 1283. In the Complaint
according to said plats of spectors Bell Gnann, Roberta In re: The Marriage of Wil- WITNESS my hand and the PRICES !

Sampson City";beginning at theME Dodd Martha Koditt. lard E. Williams Husband and .seal of said Court on 'tile' 4 e
SW 1/4 of NW PRECINCT #11 1, Hampton City Melba Eloise Williams Wile day of February 1972. 320 s. WALNUT ST
1/4 of SW 1/4 running thence Hall. Hampton. Clerk: W. H. To: Wlllard E. Williams. Gilbert S. Brown, BUPERMARKETB
West to the West line of Maxwell Inspectors Barbara Route 2, Box 308, Salisbury As Clerk of Said Court

said Section 4, running thence ,Hill, Lillian Slade Shirley Nor- North Carolina. By: Virginia F. Darby
North along the West line of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Deputy Clerk
said Section 290 feet, and man.PRECINCT #12. Lincoln City. Petition for Dissolution of Marriage SEAL

running thence Southeasterly;, Starke Public Library Starke.. ,- lalunctlve: and Other Relief First publication: February 24. I ,
to the point of beginning containing Clerk ,Margie M. Dowllng. Inspectors has been filed against you 1972. CENTER CUT BONELESS CUT'

2.19 acres; and all that Mjrtle Anderson and a prayer contained within CHUCK
portion of NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 Mary Lou Black, Paul Raymond. the Petition requests the Court 2/24 4t 3/16 S 1 L 1STEAKS ROUND r'iiriflrn
of Section 4 Township 7 South, DISTRICT *5, Z. W. Hamil- to award that certain property i

Range\ 21 fast; lying North ton, County Commissioner owned by you and your wife
of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Brooker. Melba Eloise Williams as tenants NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ROAST
and /South: of the Geor- PRECINCT I13A. Rowell. by the entirety locatedat REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1 STEAK

gia Southern and Florida Railroad Terwllle Motors (Ford), Ill East Washington Street Notice Is hereby given that 1 1
, LESS AND EXCEPT Stark; ,. Clerk Betty Jean Pre- Starke Florida and more par- the undersigned under the provision nrnur1lmLfr'

,I that Portion of Sampson City vatt Inspectors Louise H.Kite ticularly described as: of 20,953 Laws of Flo- tP..L $ 29 .....
herelnabove conveyed according Clara P. Hazen Ressle A. Col- Lots 1 1. 2, 3 and the South rida. Acts of 1941, will regis- 1 $1' 19 8 C
to the said plats of Sampson son 39 feet 7 Inches of Lot 4 ter with the Clerk of the Circuit 1:::.
City. ALSO EXCEPT PRECINCT #13 B. Graham. in Block 9 In Temple's Ad- Court In and for Bradford .. LB i LBW

LANDS CONVEYED TO RAY- Broughton Building Graham. dition, lying and being InSec- County Florida upon .
ONIER INC. DEED RECORDED Clerk Charles L. McMurtry. tion 28, Township 6 South, proof of publication of this notice fWVUMTHNM
IN OFFICIAL RECORD Inspectors G. W. Rivers JaneE. Range 22 Eastto the fictitious name of

BOOK 48, PAGE 275 PUB- Smith Merle G. Starling your wife Melba Eloise Williams Bradford County Abstract Company yN la yN yN YNsa
LIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD PRECINCT # 14. Sampson In recognition of her under which we are engaged FYNI TASTt la 144 SLICED ha
COUNTY FLORID*, New National Guard Armory special equity therein or In In business at 858 N. .
DATED MARCH 12, 1965. Starke. Clerk Margaret Pre- the alternative to order Its McMahon Street, Starke Flo AMERICAN

LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOL- vail. Inspectors Grace K. Jordan partition, and you are requiredto rlda. ) BACONSLICED: CHEESE

LOWING Irma Buford Frances serve a copy of your Answer J. R. Kelly Thelma A. Din- __ _
PARCEL 8: All of that portion -. Dansby. or Pleading to the Petition kins d/b/a Bradford County Abstract LY' _
of NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 PRECINCT 15A. Brooker. on the Petitioner's attorney Co. Dated this 8th day '

Section 4, Township 7 South, Community House Brooker. George H. Pierce. P, of February A.D. 1972 Starke, _r _
4 Range 21 East, lying North Clerk Howard Mott Inspectors O. Drawer 1030 Starke Bradford Bradford County Florida. _

of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad C. L. Atkinson. Doris Kellev. County, Florida 32091 and 2/17 4tchff 3/9 tvuntr lownicu? I imrtunownicti I I rrrnsn
and South of the Georgia Alma Leta Sparks.PRECINCT file the original Answer or Alt HAVOH s 1 PLAYTEX I Pantry RIOULAR ORIND OR I !7ot WHOLI 11anlrn
#15B. New River.Moody' Pleading In the office of the I Pride CORN ICIRNIL OR
Southern and SANITARY
road, except that portion In Store New River. Clerk of the Circuit Court on In County Judge's Court, In and 1 TAMPONS I .
the subdivision of Sampson Clerk Glenda Andrews.; Inspectors or before April 3, 1972. If For Bradford County Florida. OliSIIKt I I GADOINI
City. Herbert Q. Parrlsh, you fall to do so Judgmentby In re: Estate of James W. sit loe 1 .lO't too* 88 1 16.1 .. EAS O.R
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default will be taken against W COFFEE .
PARCEL 9: All of that Leona Dukes, Margie Dobbs Abell
portion for the relief demandedIn NOTICE OF PROBATETo ---------- ---------. 1 All GREEN
of NW you
1/4 of SW 1/4. ItNOTICE LIMAS
nr'YDAYLOWN" 1 r""IOWN" :
Section 4, Township 7 South the Petition. all persons Interested In MIITlf 1 1601 CANS
Range 21 East This notice shall be published the Estate of Said Decedent: HORMELCHILI I
Beginning i at the NE corner as: OF SHERIFF'S SALE once each week for four You are hereby notified thata :::::. ;I MIX I LB !
of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW Notice Is hereby given that consecutive weeks In the Brad- written Instrument purporting 1 mn" 6/$1
ford County Telegraph. to be the last will and testament I lI.nrlll BRAND
1/4; run thence Weltalol18'the I, P, D. Reddish as Sheriff .3/$1 le. 3ge BAG I
North line of the S 1/2 of of Bradford County Florida, Dated: March I 1. 1972. of said decedent has been aN 1 ....:. 1 | BY LIB| Timam
N 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Section under and by virtue of Writ Gilbert S. Brown Clerk admitted to probate in this

4. to -the West line of Sec- of Execution. to-wlt: By: Betty Clerk Edwards court. You are hereby com- ; tmwA/ momman IVIMM tiow met rl M*ro4/ r towwr/crn/ MI YDA rwwwctt
tion 4; thence North along Execution Issued out of Small Deputy; manded within six calendar
the West line of Section 4, Claims Court of Duval County 3/9 4t 3/30 months from the date of the 1: 1: w1 ii :wi

290 feet to a point; Florida pursuant to a Final first publication of this noticeto
thence Southeasterly to the Judgement for General Finance In The Circuit Court of Florida appear in this court in admitting i KING SIZE; All VtClTACtl FRUIT YORK APPLESAUCE
Eighth Judicial Circuit said will to probate PREMIUM
point of beginning containing Loan Co. of Jacksonville North i ,
In and For Bradford County should not stand unrevoked. e
Florida and against Nick Grif- i
acres, more or less. SALTINES OIL
CIVIL ACTION NO. Theron A. Yawn, County ,
All Interested fie Lizzie GrUfls! ,defendants
parties may appear In Re The Marriage of Bar- Bradford County 1 LB BOX
: Judge
and be heard at the time In the amount of$891.49 a balance I | 46o*4/I
bara Ann Green wife and Florida wrfH YMtt COUPON .00* mP
of which $561.87 remains ( .OWI.Y'I :
and Dated place this above 6th, of March together with costs of collect- ,James Green, husband. Bye: ) Betty A. Phillip ..NtflV....IL>. .*... .-4 SIO..e I 9VV9*. f CANS,
NOTICE OF SUIT Clerk ------------
A. D. Ion unpaid together with costs
Board 1972.of County Commissioners ,of collection and To: James Green, Residence First publication' on Feb. 24. PANTRY '.IOt I p.eerv hide Hara! U.S. NO. 1
Have seized and have In my address unknown. 1972 BABYPOWDER I SHAMPOO
of Bradford Ripej
County. I irffT'"
You are hereby notified that 2/24 4t 3/16
Florida. possession the following described I .-.n..l.a WHITEPOTATOES
Barbara .Ann. Green has fil.d I 'fllm
to- --
By: Gilbert S. Brown personal property ,... 3101 I
a suit against you In the) Circuit 49c I 67
(Official Seal). 1961 Green Ford Truck Court of Florida Eighth --------I.-d.::: _
Judicial Circuit, In and for =:
Tab# 45: K14
It 3/9 ,'II1N1 .
Notice is hereby given that .
Bradford County the suit being
I D F35CNI5012S ;
entitled In Re the Marriage the undersigned", under the provision FRENCHFRIES I VRAMRO WALL I
As the property of the above : :
NOTICE named defendant and that on sA Barbara Ann Green of 20,953 Laws of flor- i PLAQUES f1mJ23 C 1 ,,LD
Bradford County Zoning 10 48C
ida. Acts of 1941. will register
Board has made Applicationto Monday the 20th day of March, wife and James Green hus Circuit G
with the Clerk of the 2:29< LB
band. The nature of this suit
the Bradford County Zoning 1972 said at twelve day on o'clock the premisesof Noonon Is for dissolution of marriageand Court In and for Bradford ONLY t.:1: f 1 :
Board for reclassification
County Florida upon
the Bradford County Jail custody of your minor child. .?W ., .u..
the property described below SOO9 7 DAYS W! K BONUSUYSOOOOIH
of publication of this notice
I will offer for sale and sell You are required to file your '' : from Open Rural to RI-C. "cms >TtTV ONIONS 45.J.
the fictitious name of Hammond's ; hr's qil 29 APPLES 4
Sections 23 and 24, Township to the highest bidder for cash answer or other pleadings to Discount House, under 'UA"' VI!). ...,..BAG. ......... 1"0
the Petition with the Clerk of
In hand, the above described
this 5 South change Range In 21 classificationIs East. property of said defendant to said court and to serve a copy which I am engaged in business mirur tow i M mm v tow ma*i irurur tow ma IYERTDA, LOW pitr, Ii up r low nici i 1111 llJIltJ.1 fticr> i LUll 1IllAJLTI mar!
301 North Starke
subject to a public hearingto satisfy the aforesaid Execution. thereof upon Petitioner's attorney N. ; t Mt: r /laltl WNOq .' "ir
xi tnY....
A. 2. AdMns. Jr., Ill S.W. Colden
March /./ P. D. Reddish I"FISH RipeBANANAS
be held on Tuesday, Sheriff Third Street, Gainesville Florida Mildred Hammond solo owner FRUD'ISH CROCKEN. POTATO

28th at 7:30: P.M. In the County Bradford) County Flo- on or before March 27, whose address is Rt. 2, WHITING I STICKS I PORTIONS ;::;MIXES CHIPS'
at the Brad-
Commission room rida. otherwise default will be entered Box 29 A, Starke. Florida. Dated 11
ford County Court House at 2/24 4t 3/16 against you for the relief this 18th day of FebruaryA. ..1f'eSh'I..
which time all persons Interested demanded in said Petition. D. 1972 at Starke Bradford -
be heard for or 'r
WITNESS my hand and the County Florida.
against the proposal as specified seal of this Court this 23rd mrs r it* nifr i mirm nwmci* ONUS ion '

Bradford In County.the Zoning Code of NOTICE day of February 1972. 2/24 4tp 316Bndfr4 u Willl/Q7104IOaccept/!( 'r :': "w"u.N.a.E.D.AFOODSTAMP ,YI.-, A 9

John Torade, Chairman. I will not be responsible tor Clerk Gilbert of the Brown Circuit Court MEAT PfZZA [ Gla"t1'1dbCOUPONS ENGLISH
Zoning anT R'zN11: IIalI Point .- MUFFINS /
Bradford County any debts other than my own.- Beulah M. Moody DINNERS BREAD
Fred S. (Steve) Starling. By Clerk t .. Conlr '1'.... 8J4.

3/9 : 3/18 3/2 2t 9/9 3/2 Deputy 4t 3/23; O.E/hh. 77i .. 29c

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J. C. McCull 1 Golda Marlin This SaturdayGood An. investment in Your Future Ltr

Will bags will l be

James C. McCall, 51. son of Mrs Golda A., Martin, 75, picked(Good Turn up Saturday Day) by March Boy 11 v
Mrs. Sarah McCall of Starke. of Starke died Friday. March Scouts In ten Northeast Flor-
died Monday, Feb. 28, In Mor- 3, In Miami after a long Illness. ida counties Including Bradford I MTTILIJ' lm dtJ L [u
ton F. Plant Hospital at SafelyHarbor She was born In Indiana on Jan. .

where he served as I. 1897 and had lived In Starke The bags were distributed "Foe whtn lout reason( Is, thus trill yaw keirt be sls."J

chief of police for ..eeralyears. for many years. She and her by Scouts on March 4, with a ,__ ..,.....___ ._ __ __, ,.,...... I,, v.._"s.r.v#.,"xx..ri
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husband the late A.D. Martin, request that they be filled with as: Mi'i 'm ."ll___till 11'-_ ,.,,, J'ICiUIJ'!! """" "" _.,,,"'.,,..,_.. """",..""",00 mJ!! M _" _. N'>X>" "'''' ''''''''''_*9g
A native of Jasper he moved operated a fruit and vegetable discarded clothing and small
to Safety Harbor In 1950 and had business In Starke until his household Items to be reconditioned CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS STARKE CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
been employed In landscapingwork death In 1956.Surviving and sold to aid handi- CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE
In recent years. Is one brother Bert capped workers of Goodwill In- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Bible School. 10 a.m. Worship Worship II a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; Schedule of Services
Besides his mother he Is Brown. McHenry 01., four dustries.All Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Services, 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday -. Bible Study 10 a.m.
survived by his widow Adeline, sisters, Mrs. Olive Enderlln. persons receiving bags Service 8 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 a.m. EvenIng -'
one son and two daughters; a Mrs tina Albury, Mrs. Ger- are asked to place them on 7 p.m.Thursday. nesday 7 pun. Ladies Bible vice 7:30: pjn. Everyone wel- ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Worship 7 p.m.
brother, William A. McCall trude Plckhardt. and Mrs. front steps or In carports by night Prayer MeetIng Class, Thursday 11 a.m. Church come.LL. Prayer Meeting 7:30( All other evenlngs-8 p.m.
Clearwater and eight grand Edith McAllister all of Miami. 9 a.m. Saturday.The Boy Scouts 7:30: ( p.m. located one block west on SR Parker pastor) p.m.
children. Funeral services were held at goal is 27,000 filled bags for David Hodges, Pastor 16. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey, pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Funeral services were held 2 p.m. Monday In the DeWitt Goodwill in the Northeast Flor- -J.P.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
at the Blscoe Funeral Homo C. Jones Chapel with Rev. ida area. A successful drive GRACE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng
In Safety; Harbor with grave Charles Thomas officiating. will provide more than 80,000 CHURCH PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 -
a.m. Evening
side services later In Jasper. terment was In Crosby Lake hours of training and employment Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- METHODIST CHURCH Booster Band Service Young 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Worshp 7.-James Shaw pastor.
Cemetery.L. Sunday School 10 MornIng People, and Prayer >.
for the handicapped. Ing Worship at 11. Training a.m. vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Patricia Martin Union, 8:30: p.m. Evening Worship Worship, II ajn. Youh Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
R. GreenL. ..,-- 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship BROOKER FLA.
7:30: Rev. Tommy L. Milliard 7:30 Rev. John Strickland
p.m. : p.m.
Meeting 7:30. 7 Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple Sun
Mrs. Patricia Martin, 46, of : --Rev. LeonT. Pastor. p.m. pastor. -
Starke, died Friday, March 3, ..::::- Odom.: Jr.. pastor. pastor. -Wilbur Dyess Pastor day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol
R. Green<79, of Lawtey, Superintendent. Training
extended Illness. A resident 1 \ Union
Starke for many. died Wednesday, March 1. He = AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH GOD CHURCH OF GOD 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas Di
of was a former Clay County Com. Raiford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa) PROPHECY BROOKER ,
she was born In Georgia ; rq \ Sunday, School, 10 ajn. MornIng 10 OF rector. Worship Services U a.
years Sunday School (10 Morn Sunday School a.m.
mlssloner. Worship 11 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer
on October: 25, 1925, and was a t'ltte am.; Evening SSunday 11 Service -
Ing Worship, 11. Evening Morning Worship a.m.
Survivors Include his wife, Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday Ing Worship II ajn. Young Peo- 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music -
Baptist. her Mamie; three daughters Mrs. I find my delight In thyeo..a..t. Prayer Meeting: and Bible Study 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30: p.m. ple's Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic director.
Surviving are mother
Mrs. Louie J, Chlldree, and Jeanette Futch and Mrs.' Geneva .. (Plains. 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet. -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15 p.m., Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
Wednesday Night PrayerServices -
Barnes, Lawtey, and Mrs. 11,47) lag Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
one daugher, Mrs. Stephan every Monday. 7 pjn. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Merle LATTER DAY SAINTS
7:30 Rev
Crews; two sons, George W. Pauline Butler Mlddleburg; Divine' order In mind, body G.F. Prevail, pastor.. Everyone CHURCH Packham- ,:pastor.p.m. Come and worship with us. 1404 E. Bessent Road
four sons, Marvin. Leroy Clau- and affairs welcome. -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor j''
Lewis and Rufus J. Dixon all means freedom Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Family Home Evening- Mon
Ion, and O.B., all of Middle-
of Starke; one brother, Wesley from negative' thinking. It Worship at II a.m. Sunday
and one sister, Mrs. Elsie ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC GREATER BETHLEHEM day.Primar
Scott, St. LouIs Mo.; and four Green; Jacksonville. means that -our minds are CHURCH STARKE night Service at 6:30. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL BAPTIST CHURCHCor. ; ')'- Tuesday. 4:30: pjn.
grandchildren. peaceful and PClI.... A. Wednesday CHURCH STARKE FREE WILL WednesdayRelief Society
night ;
we prayer
Funeral Father
services will be held James & Chestnut
Ash Sunday
Funeral services were held amrm this order we, allow the Cregan pastor meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist, lit and 3rd : .
at 3 p.m. Friday In the Long Saturday Mass, 7 School 9:30 Morning Worship 7:30.Thursday I
p.m. :
at 4 p.m. Monday In Jones Memorial Branch Cemetery Max- fullness of all life, all light and Mass 10 Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pas- Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning ;4 Night Ser- M.I.A. 7:30 pjn.
near a.m. Holy Day 11 League
Mass p.m.
tor. Prayer, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun- ; SundayPriesthood, 8:30: a.m.
Chapel with Rev. Leroy ,III.. allood to com to us. Let us 1 p.m. vice, 6 p.m.Fev.. Jasper Williams
Dalrymple officiating Inter- accept, the Idea that God is Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST day, II a.m. Church School 9:45 pastor. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Eve-
ment was In Santa Fe Cemetery working in and through as and Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning ajn. E.Y.C. 6 pjn. ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement.
FIRST BAPTIST that His P.m.School 11 -John M. Flynn, Rector Jesse D. ran on, Branch
mod. I. being estab- of Religion: Worship, a.m. Evening FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH shed In our lives. Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek Bible STAPKE President.
Lonnie Crawford Sunday Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. to 12 noon. .. Study. Wednesday, 7:30 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST
a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; MADISON STREET High School -- Sunday. 7p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship, 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
sermon "Not Ashamed of the BAPTIST CHURCH m.Be In church Sunday. Service II a.m Church MYF groups 6 p.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
Lonnle Crawford, Sr., 77, of Gospel; Bell Choir Practice Sundav School. 9:45: Moraine Lester Austin, pastor.ST. Training, 6:30: ( p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship 11. Training
Starke, died Wednesday, March 5:30 P.m.; Church Training Worship at 11; Church Training ,BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Worship 7:30. 7p m Prayer MeetIng 'Union 6:30 p.m.Evening Service
I, In a Gainesville hosltal after 6:15; Evening Worship, 7:30: 6:15: : ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
an extended Illness. Born In Sermon: "Cumbered About with Evening Worship, 7:30.: :Service 11 CHURCH, MACCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 7:45.: 'Service 7:30.
Charlton County; ; Georgia on Many Things". Monday -, Youth Choir Prac- Training : pjn.a.m. Evening Church Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt ,T. Farabee Jr. -Rev.' 1.. Tommy Howe pas

April farmer 27, 1894.and he a was veteran a retired of- Monday Youth Choir Practice tice Tuesday: Children's- Mission Choir Friends.7 p.m. Worship Wednesday 7:30,90: ,- Prayer Meeting ""Day"" ,Mass,,.. ,..5:30.:...w.p.m..ooooooooo.......n..nn." .......__.___________...n_:,_._....--..--.>.>.:<.<.!.,-,:-.z.:.:..:-:-:-:.:-:--,-:,.:.-;.-:,...-.....-.n._...-,tin't'ff.CCs"tor.'_'n.....;........n....:'.--.!->-.__--.......--.. '
7 p.m.Tuesday Girls In Action --1
World War I. p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday Family Night !Rev J.D. Robinson 1 l l I'Z /: I
Surviving Is one daughter, Young Musicians! Supper 6:30.:
M:s. Elizabeth Pierce Orange Choir, 3:30: p.m.; G.A. and -Denton Sumrall pastor LONG BRIDGE : '
Park: eight sons. DeWitt C., Bell Choir Practice 4:15.: Lot- CHURCH BAPTIST '::::: i
Crystal River; Donnie Hugh tie Moon Group Meeting at the //j
AIRPARK Sunday School
BAPTIST 10a.m.MornIng
Hampton; Zack, Augusta, Oa.; church; Ethel Biggs ,Group at CHURCH -
Anthony, Tampa; Lonnle, Jr.. home of Mrs. Thelm.i Lewis Sunday School 9:45a.mMor- Worship 11 a.m. Evening H :
Nell, Rudolph, and Glen Crawford Brownlee Group at home of Mrs. ning Worship II a.m. Evening Everyone Worship 7:30 welcome.p.m. Wednesday GOODBOOK'5 .' I
Worship 7
all of Starke;' two brothers Earl B. Searing, 7:30 p.m. p.m. Wednesday
Odom and Spencer Crawford Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Rev. Robert Halsten. pastor ; :
7 Study Book of
on Psalms
both of Jacksonllle; and Wednesday Family Night CHURCH
G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone OF GOD
30 grandchildren. Supper, 6 p.m. Prayer MeetIng WetcJtn! ; 422 N. St. ClaIr St., Starke. '
R.A. Meeting, 6:30.: Teachers Sunday School 10 Morn- I
Funeral services were held and Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; ing Worship II a.m.a.m. Sunday ,, : I
at 2 p.m. Friday In the Primi- Church Choir Practice, 8 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Evening, 7 p.m. youth Night f.!
tive Baptist Church with Elder o'clock. .. Sunday : .
'" rf SpryIceSUndayc: ) oJ J, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer '
Don Ilaien and Elder Guy .I'f'P' '!II'1It ,PSP 9:45: : a.m./Morning Wershlp-. ,. Meeting- Friday/7:30 ,\." "
Crawford officiating. Inter ." Thursday** Musli"" Milni-g+ ...40 AS a.m) E v"nlngServlce, 7:15: wc.Rev.. Y.W., Kidd,:paato p.m. ... ''. -. ..!jij ..",'j- ..' -
ment will follow In Crosby Lake Choir Practice, arrt etl Choir\"', ''p.mYou Group ,Sunday 3 '> 1<< iI
Cemetery under direction of Practice, 3:30: p.m. 6:30: p.m.J.C. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST rS
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. W.A. Hogan pastor. / Brown, minister Sunday School 9:30; Training

Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship t II
11 a.m. Evening Worship .

,7:30 Wednesday: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 I r\.

Will You Vote On March 14 Pastor Rev. Robert West ,I.;

To Your Sunday FIRST School PRESBYTERIAN, 9:45: a.m. : I
Destroy Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth h 1N17It ,
Fellowship S ;.m. Choir Practice ,
Wednesday 8 p.m.

County,Judge's Courts? -Rev. Robert D. Burch / .1

Municipal Courts? Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning .. 7 : .
'. Juvenile Courts? Worship 11. Training Union, #(f.fOlm...'. ,
k' ifl 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: I If.r

Small Claims Courts? -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor The ChuM \Is Cod'i oppolnted agency in this world. .
America ,in ill the
early dayt depended on
spreading the knowledge of Hit love for man and .
L Justice of Peace Courts? ,' BETHEL Sunday School BAPTIST 10 a.m.CHURCH Morn- ; of Hit demand 'for man to retpond to that love by "GOOD BOOK" 'for lit guide 'In clhici..worship h s
i loving his neighbor. Without/ this grounding In Ihs ,
ing Worship II a.m. Evening > and These 'fi
Criminal Courts? pursuit o\\'ofttdom. early gainart 'c
Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer S love ef Cod no. government or society or way of life, ,' r rI
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday I will long porttvere and the 'freedoms which w. hold now 'In danger of' 'fatting and tat need to ::E: ,<
-Rev J.C Saundern, to dear will Therefore, from '
pastor Inevitably perlih. even '
turn all America' one again' to God and Hit
r e selfish point of view, one should support the Church '
Confusion Inconvenience.. UnKnown( Cost, MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL for the take of' the welfare of himself and his family word. America' can 110 strong only/ when each 0':
Sunday 9:45 .
are three big reasons School II -a.m. Morning a.m. Sunday Wor- leyoiyj that, however, every prrton should uphold 'individualooki' / / to God 'for ttrtngth.
ship 6 ..m. Training Union and participate In the Church became: It .tells the truth
to 7 p.m. Evening Worship. about men's) We death and destiny; the truth which ATTEND CHURCH
Wednesday7:30 PrayerSer- alone will set, him free to live at s child of' god.SC.l .

: vices.Rev. ) ,...Ads e...
VOTE AGAINST: Bob Cooper, pastor

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ARTICLE 5 ( JUDICIARY) DEDA.V BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH .om. o :+' :v r':?vrrws'r: ::::>:::::::i'k:'fbv'h'r'n''r.r'GA'' :ikb 'tiYS s rrrr : 9rYS nn t9r"wR v't 1LC :sy'+.a L.0 f .. ,

Sunday School 10 a.m.'or
I I'aiil I..r" JiiKlirr*rap. IVufi'. X l'i: >n 01,101.t l -.,\..... of KluriiUl. ; It..h,| II. "rr II..n.. Jr- Pr.. ship Services II a.m. and 7 STARKE "66"
p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. FLORIDA
-Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor SERVICE

GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 44:4: EST Kill Erlw/rtl.*. _' I'h. "' .&-7231, .:

Sunday School {0 a.m. Morn : 5 tire TrulnjrHsdliKht.djustln '
a Inc Worship II a.m. and 7 p. ci ONTROI ,
Come See a\\ m. =- ". *' :'
-Rev. John Ross, pastor I ...a ea. -'.
Drake'Sorties: :

NORTHSIDE BAPTIST, Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel Balance and :.
Intersection. of Highways 16 :5.19; E. Call SI. Sttirke .'1.. Alignment
North.; ) and :225., Rev. Wayne
I'hon.964.5745 for FREE ;:
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Hiway 301 and 100 Inspection and Estimate Z
Service at H. Evening Service AH Minor Repair t
7:30.: Wednesday Service. 7:30: CIO S. Temple Stark _
Saturday, March 11 p.m. 617 N. Temple Ave. Stark }

At 3:00'P.M.: mtmmmmm ? ,..
r OLUSTEE PARK L'.S. 301 North) behind Tea WeRepair :j

1 tee Frees Drive In, Sunday SUPPLIES, Inc., Grocery and Market
t tAKE CITY, FLORIDA School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- I
vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Groceries-Meals-Feed
ALSO ---- Service 7:30 p.m. Wed nes- Ktatarlnc Ac Hardware i ::

Grand Ole OpryStars ,:day.rL,2r0)r: Olive, pastor; E.L. Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND 011. : x;
associate Jack and Gladys Edward
pastor. and Sporting' Goods TYPEWRITERS ":

U. 8. 301 South Stark ',:
HAMPTON BAPTIST With Us Pint Bradford Coun.fVa.edI

In CaM Jf Rain The Program Will B. In The National Guard Armory. le Sure And Go To( CHURCH Sunday School 10 Morn Sit Waetilnf SI. 164-8270 Telegraph I',

The Polls And Vote March 14 ing Service 11 a.m.; Bible, Study
6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
VOTE_ FOR George( C. Wallace THE MAN AMERICA NEEDS. pjn. .

-. Bible Wednesday 7:30-) Prayer and Owned My Thee. W* hu. In 'Twtlv Nrlhat Florida' CMtie' ..II....** Or ileaatwr. ....* UdUer :
Paid P.Hlicl ... fi\ 1m *f CetomMi. e...., Win.a t.. *.**...*. Ce "iiMee, f. W. "."bluc". Secretary '' Melvin Study Hamel: pun.Pastor KtactrtetUv" ,
JUjr.***. HeigkU-Pbn* 472-411 .

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I I Keystone Hilites/ .\i iI News Notes Dr. O.E. Frye, Jr.

I '! Director
or 473-4182
L..-i. w-l wrrrwwr --j WOMAN'S CLUB etables, moats, salads but no
Mrs. Gwen Bachmann presi- dessert, as same is providedby STAMPSmany
COMMUNITY CHURCH dent of the Melrose Woman'i the club also beverages. ( the wild there is scars to prove it. Young

SILVER TEA MARCH 17 Club, reported on the business Please be sure to bring your no such thing as baby sitting, wildlife, like puppies and kit
Mrs. Marlon Conner,of Jacksonville meeting of the Club which was own dishes and utensils, particularly and wild youngsters are often tens, can arouse the cuddling
Is pictured at ,Tight held In the Melrose Woman's a serving fork or spoon. left on their own. Often Infant Instincts in people however
In her portrayal of MargaretFell I Club Building on March 1. It The City Hall on Main StreetIs wildlife creatures before succumberlng to the
may appear
mistress of SwarthmoorHall nd was preceded by a luncheon the meeting place. Mrs. wilderness
lost, but the mother is generally desire pick up styles and
In the latest novel by: with! hostesses being Mrs. 0- Ralph Vaughn Is general nearby Mother Nature Intended babies people should consider
Jan de Hartog. "The Peaceable .', live Longnecker Mrs. Jane
Chairman. Last meeting tile and
'' it this way and provided two Important things
I Kingdom LaCoste.: Mrs. Helen bwanbum new members as well as visitors loss under
the with the natural chances are great
Mrs. Conner will be present and Mrs. Hattie Trent. The paid the monthly sum of youngsters sizes available. Order todayfor
I instinct and ability to remain
ed at the 18th annual Silver unusual hour of 12 noon was 254 In order to help In the both.Each Florida wildlife
hidden until the return.
parents year
: Tea sponsored by the Community luncheon time. Trea-
final organization and a
I Church Women In the At the business meeting that surer and Secretary protem The law that prohibits the officers have to remind outdoor home ''school business.
that this Is the
of wild enthusiasts
educational building on Friday, followed, an election officers selected. molesting or possession ,
'I March 17, at 1:30 p.m. was held. The term of each were animals also includes wild birds season of cute cuddly, lovable

I Mrs. Cenner was born'\ In 4J' office Is for two years. Pre- MELROSE HOMKM< ERS and bird eggs. Parents should woods babies and that these Y 'BRA cot,
I Minneapolis Minn., reared in sident, Mrs. Albert E. Bach- Due to the Annual Meeting of explain to their children that the babies are to be seen but not

Bartow Florida and receiveda mann; 1st Vice, Mrs. Mike Talkie the Clay Electric REA., the nests they discover have not touched. Often Infant wildlife :

degree from Florida South- ; :2nd: Vice. Mrs. John Cole- date for the Melrose: Homemakers been abandoned. creatures may appear lost, rtErap1
ern College in Lakeland with man; Treasurer Mrs. C. A. Club will be on March Knowledgeable children should hungry, and forlorn but they ,

graduate work at Northwestern, Ford; recording Secretary. 23, at 9:30. Members are urgedto explain this to adults, too. have not been abandoned., \
University and additional study\ Mrs. L. II. TenEyck; Corres- come prepared to stay for Remember when encountering parents are generally nearby. ITA.ur. PI.O"'OA' 350.1
In New York City. She has polndlng Secretary Mrs. E. L. the afternoon, by bringing a wildlife babies that
been giving book interpretationsfor Helton. sandwich, as that afternoon, young wildlife Is often ,better Possession of wildlife is
15 years. The installation of these officers Is needed to work on to care for itself possible only with 'a permit
The chairman of the tea, Mrs. will be held on May 17 the everyone project of preparing the through natural Instinct, than issued by the Game and Fresh -_;1 ;1; 1; : : : _; : : ... *"iff:1::$: : :;: 1:1:1:1:1::;::;:::?:

James Cook requests everyone at the 12 noon luncheon meet cole slaw for the annual meet- size or appearance Indicates.Not Water Commission and to
who is furnishing tables and Ing. Mrs. E. Sinclair Easton Ing on March 24. Mrs. Lu only is it against the law to capture a young deer or other
accessories to please have themat will be Ute Installing officer. Miller or President Mrs. W. disturb these youngsters, but young animals or bird is againstthe GAINESVillE

the educational building on The March 15 Luncheon and H. Alien will explain the uten- it's also inhumane and disruptsthe law.

March 16 betweeen 9 and, ,,11. program meeting of the Mel- sils needed. plan of nature and it can be Expert care and feeding is

aon.Mrs. rose Club will be at 12 noon.Ed dangerous. Be really kind, needed to raise the young of any
Cook wishes to thank her' Allen will be guest speaker and PERSONALS leave young animals and birds wildlife species, and most Business DirectoryAUTO
committees for all the cooperation his topic will be Conservation. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Swinford where they belong! Born In the people do not have the

she has received and the, of IndIanapolis, who have been wild and meant to be left in the knowledge required to successfully -
splendid help In planning' for, KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS enjoying! their winter vacationat wild..that's the attitude that raise these animals or

the tea. The Committees, areas FELLOWSinP CLUB White Feather Court, had an must be adopted where baby the facilities to retain them in SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
follows:.Program Chairman. # Because of the movement of opportunity to return home captivity.The .
birds and animals are con
Mrs. L. C. Gayle; Refresh.. Senior Citizens to become sooner than they had planned second consideration, BRASINGTONCADILLAC

ments. Mrs. Raymond Farrls known and exercise their and much to their regret, as cerned. aside from the I legality, is the
Reservations Mrs. Michael rights as citizens of a com- their son, William Swinford The heartbreak safety of the individual and his OLDSMOBILE Johnson& Faris, Inc.
Redfearn; Tea table Mrs. 'J. munity many Clubs and organ- was returning from a fishing with young wildlife can be family. Young wildlife may bite SALES A SERVICE
A. Williams; Guest tables,Mrs.', izations are being organized trip and could help In the magnified when our officers are on the slightest provocation.Even : SEEDS PLANTS -
\ Jack Haberstroh; Stage decora"1tions. The Keystone Fellowship Club driving. Earl Swinford had required to enforce the law and if the "taming" of Fin Selection .f Used Can
Mrs. Joel Roberta and Is a Senior organization, and contracted a severe case of confiscate the captured pet. wildlife youngsters is successful Taken On Cadillac Trade Insecticide -

,the Madonna Circle; Ushers. the business before It at com bronchitis and so It was felt Possession permits are issued they don't remain 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-MOI
Mrs. Roy Bridges Mrs. Ellis only In the most unusual circumstances
Ing luncheon and program meet- best that they leave sooner.Mr. youngsters forever.
Rohlln and Mrs. Exa Manerlng. Swinford is a brother-in-law of or for an playful We Rent Fertilizer Spreader'
Ings is to center attention on
Hostesses Mrs. Miller Wrinkle the Club of members as a Mrs. Julius Hanson. educational or scientific become Wildlife downright youngsters treacherous can Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 37S-0476

; Seating Register, Mrs.Harold Senior Croup and In this way Julius Hanson was hospitalized exhibit. and
when they reach maturity
Ingram and Mrs. Fred the Educational Building Immediately endeavor to enlist the Interest for( a few days but tests Cute is a vastly overworkedword GLASS
Smith Mint Cups made by Mr. him when used to describe the the mating age.
; and treatment helped very
and attention well of-
after the service by as as deer
R. N. Sunderland Guest Book, of wildlife. Too often injured annually by 4 wheel drive and sera
; much and he Is home and about young
Mrs. Arthur Ketch and her ficials of the locality In the
Mrs. William Reynolds Jr.and committee. older person's need of, again. His brother, Martin'of people learn that the cute stageis presum ably pets than any Sato, Parts. Service
Mrs. Donald Morgan; Publicity, eration. coop Boise, Idaho passed away sud- only temporary, and have the other wild animal. Clean Used ll'e7e&ae LIDDELL
Mrs. James Cook; Past Pres- denly on Feb. 27. The Hansons
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Because the Keystone Club
1700 N. Main 570-1250
idents presiding at tea table
Winner for Tuesday, Feb. 29, will be meeting at 12:30: today were unable to attend his funeral Glass Company
Bert Chrlstoffers Sr.
Mrs. ,
because of the distance.Mr. .
were: Mrs. Loeb Duncan and March! 9, the preceding para- Beauty Academy
and Mrs. Walter Grollck and _
; of Mrs. Val Clvens. first; Mrs. graph Will purposely stated. and Mrs. Herman Scher- "'CI.M For Every Purpwie"
the canopy by compliments Last Thursday March 2 SenIor of Fort Wayne, Ind. spenta .
DeWitt C. Jones. Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray rer POWELL'S Store Fronts-Mirrors
to mond Starnes, second; Mrs. members of the Starke Club short time visit with Mr. and ad10ffi a Tub Enclosure Showers
All workers are requested *
F, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. William Pinon of Smith Beauty Academy
Mike Falkel and Mrs. T. Kerrigan, a Furniture Glass Re
be at their respective posts Tops -
and Row- and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Lake. The Scherrers have just r f
12:30 on March 17, A Hogue, third; Mrs. Hoist FAMILY : I placed
p.m.will be provided for land Bryan and Mrs. C. V. and from Keystone Mrs.Ed Roberts purchased a new mobile homeIn Leant Piofeartuu In Your

nursery those having children. The nur- Horne, fourth. and Mrs. Francis SP, E- Leesburg and were enroute ) Spare. Time. Fun or Part Time NEW; LOCATION ,
will be In the Youth Build- Winners for Thursday evening gan,.Joined with the embryo club there for. an extended stay. YSICIAN 219 NW. Roth 878-2708 .'", :
sery to the March 2, were: First, Mrs. In), mptorl and assisted them' .We regret to have to report PA u w J .. 1228 So.;,MtftA! Ga1nesvUtei,
ing Immediately adjacent .;'fcthat several folks '. adYlei medica'y( ELECTRIC :MOTORSELECTRIC
educational building where-a-. Paley-Boyd: ,and Mrs. W."J.- ; Jn..usb7rgrganlzklg4.7: Me e.q!"" good are pa- of -I ,372.8191 312.1102MOjTOHCYCLLS
competent sitter will be, fir"GroJlok:: ; second, W. J,..Gro sentlal need of I these small jtattents in Bradford Hospital.Although questions of !general interest ;

charge. lick and C. W. Hardy; third, communities' Is that of trans- Mrs. Marlon Driscoll answered t>ia panel of family doctors from .

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel; portation, and therefore there was getting better from her the Florida Academy of Family Phi/sicinrM as'' a Motor Repair Co. ; ;
SHRINE CLUB and fourth and should be a nucelus of small muscular congestion and severe .
Mr. Mrs. public service in cooperation with iM newspaper. salts AND SO.VIC'
The new Keystone Shrine Club Charles Smith. clubs all to be enjoined together pain, she suffered an acute attack Approved bn the Florida' Medical Association. Of. O.tnnvUkt, &o.
In arthritis and is
a countryside organi- a patient -A
will hold their regular meetingon
zation, each with their own In Room 108 at Bradford Repairing RewiDdIn. .

at Saturday the Keystone evening Heights March Wo 11,<" C. W.: WaUmen officers, and with both their Hospital. Heir aid Used ... : ,OZOKl1: "" -
own community needs as well Mrs. Janet Bowden Is also \ .
man's Club at 7 p.m. They a Q. When should I see a doctor A. Most family physicians can M18 N. W. 16th Ph. 87X31 t -
received their Charter on Jan-' as that of the major group. patient at Bradford Hospital treat this condition '
Charles Walter Watanen, 45, about "Smoker's Cough"?
uary 4th and at present have of Keystone Heights, died Sat- Back In 1964, the then City; as is Walter Richardson.These adequately. Psoriasis com.monly MOVERS .-.:.._:'.,1."":..."::.r
57 members with E. F. (Buster) ruday, March 4, after an extended Council of Keystone Heights three older folks are membersof A. Smoker's cough is bronchitis becomes worse in the acnor4- i.OPLCraaors
the Senior Citizens
unanimously requested Club in
Aiken as president. Illness. Born at Astor. a senior (inflammation of the bronchial wintertime. Patent medicinesare ...__ ...
group be organized. In order Starke. Lone Distance Moving .. .........11..........
Florida on April 5, 1926, he tubes). When the mucus rarely of benefit; sunlightis .- .. .
COMMUNITY CHURCH to Include outlying areas Folks are happy to see Mrs. Stereo. Packing '--- ',
was retired and a member the County Commissioner included John Bird able to be about since produced becomes increasedin excellent. =
The World Day of Prayerwas of the Baptist church. amount or colored your Crating Shipping. 372-9527
held at the Community For the year of organizing her recent hospltallzation. Free Estimates Call a M OCOMIT d XX.
Surviving are three sisters We family physician should Q. Aspirin burns my sUmach.Is /.
the Council's supportwas are unable to say that Mrs.
Church March 3. St. Williams
on -
Mrs. Elsa Starke, Lake Geneva be seen. there some other pain killer
Daisy Hall will be homo
most and
helpful the soon.
Catholic Church and referendum MUSIC
; Mrs. Irene Ptachlk Orlando for the Hall She and Mrs. Mlriom Slocomb I can take?
St. Anne's Church new City
; and Mrs. J. L.Walls Lake- Q.1 had a negative smear .
took part In presenting the and civic room was well sup- are still hospitalized.It pap
pro land. (cancer test recently. Docs A. Acetomenophen (Tylenol. BALDWINPIANOS
which was led by Mrs. porteJ by the organization was good news to hear that
gram Jr. Presidentof Funeral service were held members. But, as the Chapter Mrs. Pete Johnson of Starke this mean 1 definitely don't Tempra, Pyrapap Nebs,
Barry Wyman
the Community Church Wo- .at 2 p.m. Sunday In Jones Cha- grew the Civic Hall was not was able to return home last have cancer of the uterus. etc.) may be purchased & ORGANS

men's Organization. The theme pel, Keystone Heights with Rev. adequate for the needs ofanac- Saturday, and able to use a without prescription. Van Service Inc.
Leamon Ward ofticfating.VEARSAGO. CHOICE OF
tive walker A. Not necessarily. If you have THE ARTISTS
for the service was "All Joy group.
Q. Who should not tare: aspirin?
Be Yours. Why has the Starke or Brad- irregular or prolonged 3MS N.E. Wilde... O'vDle

The service was well attended ford Senior Club grown so well? vaginal bleeding or pain, your A. under the care of rn-4ri1 - and was Inspirational and in June will celebrate It's GI Loans physician may want to make Except
very shouldbe
refreshments wore served at 10th birthday, you may ask? further diagnostic tests. your physician avoided ,aspirin under the AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co.

School Well because system Bradford has a Recrea-County Do of vitamin C following conditions : BLOUNT PONTIAC i'vllU Shopping Ctr. 372-5351
c v ICQnanDOwlcoNUS Q. large doses
Hit 12 Year ((1)I) History of peplc ulcer;
tion. Department.. The Club originally help avoid colds GMS, INC.
( ) Farm and Industrial
Patients anticoagulantsblood
S.E. McKAY met in the Starke Wo- ((2)) on

REALTOR 1200 LIVES LOST... man's Club, but through the A. No. There is no evidence of ( thinners ) ; Equipment
((3) People on steroids (Cortisone
fit HUNDREDS OF HOMES graclousnsss of the Junior Wo High
Keystone rits. 473-4316 BURNED...IMMENSE man's Club tile major cost of this effect in controlled and'its derivatives);
and r
building the Recreation Hall studies. Furthermore, it may
STANDS TIMBER Santa Fe Tractor
((4)) In combination with other
on Pratt Street was through a consumed in
be harmful when
(FPR) use medicines
of the Club. The ;
financial: gift to Factory Authorised
large quantities,especially
RENTALS Loans In Florida is at a twelve FORD
.D' hall is given free to
/ ILDI'FE4g '_ ,the elderly. The Food and Pontiac
the Club twice a month; the year high and Is going up. Odell Administration has Q. My baby seems healthy.!
unVW.AINe0.AND W. Director, VA Drug Sales-Parts-Sorvlce Farm Tractors: A ImplementsUSED
recreation director assists In Vaughn. Does he still need Iron?
Hrm.U.lbmllf.n JJL Ch".ln.ton47J-4679 4734740fol.t ; UMdNCAAEt1SSNESS many of the activities of the Regional Office St. Petersburg recommended discontinued.that this 210 N. MainGainesville EQUIPMENT
L. I. Roblmon 475-1041 1 Club and provides monies Florida, announced. practice be A. Recent information Indicates
P oh.S c. 471-40SS '
rr ,
for many, luxuries that the senior Mr. Vaughn said that more that all babies should have SALES PART SERVICE:
n..nti inbrr, -Only ion run members could not afford. veterans and servicemen used Q. My psoriasis, which clearedup iron supplements In their 372-2583

|>rctnl Corn
the Council should take notice at any time since beginning of back. What should I do? looking babies are the most GAINESVILLE. FLA.'

that a of 36 seniors gathered anemic., Ask your doctor.,

SAFETY DEPOSIT group together on Feb. 20 In the The program.1971 total was 7,402 loans '"H.IfIMi..I Wj'(;... '..jbI ;.m.l.m--...nllinm--.. .......__......u..._.nlllll;.... '" .....""eo,"oOO_<>OOCo__._......n.!.!._. ...".."..:.-O.<>.OO...n..n.' .._...00>

Green Cove.Springs. They had up 98 percent over the 1970
requested the President of the figure. Mr. Vaughn said that :

Bradford Senior Citizens Clubto during the fiscal year, starting
Dzsrincrzve PRINTING
help them In their new In July. VA expects to okay
endeavor. It was a most successful I1.000loans in Florida and that

meeting, and they are they will finance homes worth MAIL
already on their way to estab-
lishing a large group or ClubIn more than $275,000.000. SALE
that area. Keystone ,members Mr. Vaughn cited availability

,, are asking what will of mortgage money lower -=' il
.r Interest rates restored :
Green Cove and Keystone ofDclals. -
.o r : . > Will they come forthwith and the Increased\ number of
;. ,: a County Recreation Department servicemenreturmng home as and know'how to successfully serve

\.kW,:I,., i"..,' and include beside reasons for the upturn in the. your every printing need. Letter
, Couth groups the Seniors withIn program. For further information
: 1a ., their area? The month of contact the nearestVA press, offset, engraving are all part .

3011 MAY'71 M.'. lay will be THAT month, office or your local veterans of our service. We'print color or t.r ,, ,
\ '
when well service organization 'j,
nationally as as I
Just Pennies a Day Statewide, will be known u representative. 'G black and white. Call us, compare "'v.',., .,"I, I i' .

JH Senior Citizens Month. our quality and prices. f"lI' t'
Pays for the protection.i of a Safe DepositBox. .

Keep your important papers and March IS the Keystone Heights Catalogs .
THAT Stationary
Homemakers Club will meet at ,
other valuables .completely safe 10 a.m. In Gadara Baptist Business forms fnvop/

KEYSTOHE'STATE. LANK church Mildred near Payton Smith Is Lake.president.Mrs. Announcements e AdvertisIng'f. .ItA FORD Com .

March 16 (the Hampton Senior -

Mi.bber I'.D.J.C. Keystone Htl,*hti, Fla. Covered Citizens dish luncheon Club will and The hold prorambusineis -a examinations,As long as, there there are will final be ati ijraP4 ;

"T_ friendly Bank la Your I'deMI7caaliJ' : meeting. schools.-
time Ii 12:30: (subject to change)X prayers in public .
Members and visitors are to Harold S. May The FlorenceAla.

provide a covered dish of veg ( .) Herald. ... 't
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FICTION -) 1'I a a
Murder With Love (Shannon)>); ; rte s f7 Q

Blood On A Harvest Moon (Anthony The Federal Trade Commission __
); The Runaways (Can- (Wagner); Under The Yoke on
ning.or;/; Love Remembered CVazov);; The Fatal Friendship
(Delston); Two-way Traffic (Loom )> The Mighty Mississippi WATSON'S

(Lieber)>; Girl, 20 (Amis); Voyage Keating I ); Great I Relig FO3 SALEDuplex and Mobile A. .Hole. in. Your. Roof SEWING
CLASSIFIED AD RATES home, extra furnished -- HOUSE. OF VACUUMS
To The First of Decem- ions Of The World; The Joy room her BrowVolkswagen
ber (Carlisle); Summer Games Of Feeling Lounovskyj>*; Deadline for Insertion Monday items. Also apartment for rent. 1 Or A Many brands of new' vacuums
(Deal); The Tricks Of The Bernard w lWuul )>; The 5 p. m. preceding Thursday 505 Center St. lip -' MACHINE 39.00 up. Used machines from
Trade (Fish);; The Hun tor(Holland Third Life Of Per SmevlkOtol-( before publication. !WHOLENEW $10..fxpert; Repair all makes.
); The Muscovite(Macleod);; ) Nightmare Decade. - HELP WANTED: Cook and r l Sales and Service Pacts, and Accessories) for all,
The Goddess Abides (Buck)}; vaagl.The Times Of Joe McCarthy Minimum! Charge $1.75 Waltr ss. Apply In person Long .' "' vacuums Built la Central ac-
Car (Crews); A Temptation To (Cook); The Midnight (Covers 15 words) Horn Restaurant 4tp. 3.23. ROOF PFAFF ELNA umn cleaning'' systems. 712 N.
Steal (GersOM); The Killing Of Special: The Legend Of Lead- Each word over 15, 8J( .. .New. Homes Main; Gainesville! 376-7110
Richard The Third (Farrington belly (Carvln) The Elephant ALTERATIONS Mending & .
; "jf& Co.
J Roofing
); Don't Cry Little Sister Man ( ); The Gospel All Classified Ads must be custom sewing In my home. Niw a Vii. 6t02. WHITE

(Letton)>; Tamzen (Rushing); Sound: Mont & Bad Times paid for In advance unless 984-8813. 4tp 3/23. I Sales ...nleeWI $49:50 FOR SALEFrame
964-8088 4734735. up
The Third Ear (Siodmak)> The (Helbut), Opportunities The you have established account Phone or
Impromptu Impostor (Vlcas); Chemical Sciences (Woodburn); with The Telegraph, In that FOR RENT Deluxe furnished Hlway 301 South 1 ML North 0''The' MallQMNR3VILLFC Parts & Repairs on
Rubin) The Wrong Me A Unicorn event 50C! extra charge for : : House In new condi-
The Betsy ; Bring (Lindbergh trailers. Central air and beat Make Ma-
all other
End Of Time (Brunner); Mon- );; The Shy; Pirates (A- billing. Not responsible for on Lake Geneva on Road 100 tion, 3 bedrooms living room
day, The Rabbi Took Off (Ke- ray>' errors when given over the one mile from Keystone HAMPTON LAKE LOTS chines.NATIONAL. dining room 2 baths outside
melman); The Body Of A Girl phone or when copy Is oft Heights. Phone 4734753. A. H. Paved roeA 75 feetwater front. city, on nice lot.

(Gilbert); The Rainbow Con- ADULT REFERENCE typed and brought to the Lagassee. 3tchg. 3/23. $1 $IOOO.ooaear 8 TRACK TAPE:Decks repairedand 2 bedroom frame house, very
spiracy (Lee> Woman WithA Standard & Poor's RegisterOf fice. >> Widow 7%. One price cleaned a( Dahmors Discount neat. Some furniture Includedon
Gun (Core> brie Hand Clapping Corporations Directors Si - For Sale Refrigerator Freezer take your choice. A. J. Thom'; fast service tfchg 611 W. Univ.'Ave. 2.7 acres of land. Several

(Burgess): The Freedom Executives; Higher Education GE 2 door. Harvest Cold, a.. Series, Fla. Gainesville, Florida nice storage buildings. Outside
Trap (Bagley> The Ewlngs(0'- Directory; Foreign Consular CLASSIFIED DISPLAY also Electric stove with self city limits.

Hara> Dr Gully's Story Oen- Offices In The U. S.; Guide cleaning oven, in Harvest Cold. SALELake side cottageto FOR SALE- Bedroom 2 bath 378-1355 2 bedroom nice cement block
klns). To Subversive Organizations $1.75 per Inch 1 year old. New $900. owe FOR 1,000 brick home, located Country home. Fire lace, enclosed ga-
2 Inch minimum -- $3.50 be moved approx.
and Publications Social Secur- $500. $IOD down, take over Club Estates Central heat
; aluminum siding. 2 BR. and LOTS FOR SALE Stark. Golf rage. Near Lawtey on 301.
ADULT NON-FICTION ity Handbook; Encyclopedia ----- payments of $28.00 month. Ph. sq ft. Ideal for air conditioning fully carpeted. A Country Club, ready for
large family room. S of land on paved highway -
Career Choices For The 70s Brittanica,197& of acres
:< 473-3722 after 5 p.m. lip. Buford Mitchell Approximately 1-1/8 acre building on or for investment.
(ArnoldOpportunlUes In A Memorials Resolutions!, Proclamations small family. land. Call Bill Powell at 964- 'Lots area approximately 1/2 near Lawte)'.
Law Enforcement Career LIBRARY HOURSMonday: Card of Thanks Reduce safe and fast with Go- Phone 964-6853. tfchg 6464 or 964-6810 after 5 acre and larger. Paved roads CONTACT

(Stlnchcomb)>; Taxation(Heaps)} 9 ajn. to 8 p.m. Tuesday '4.00 Minimum up to 50 Base Tablets E-Vap water. RENT-1-2 bedroom house P.m. only 3 minutes from town. GEORGE ROBERTS
Opportunities In EnvironmentalCompany Thursday Friday 9 ajn. to words Each word over 50- pills" Andrews Pharmacy.6tp FOR W. call 964- Call '964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. .
5 p.m. baturoayt v a.m.0 413.FOR at 525 Prat tfchg ESTATE
5844. Mrs. MundorfC.tchg 37-1/2 Acres West Starke
2p.m. Edwards Road to Butler Road. PHONE 964.7826 J
USED AND NEW:: Mobile Homes SALEBaby chicks. Also Paved Road and Railroad, Industrial -
New I2tx60honounder$4.000.: Adult chickens, many breeds.Ph. m and residential A. J. 421 W. MADISON.. ST.Wranqfer..
For every young man being Used 27' travel trailer excel- 7823363. Thomas, Realtor Tel.964-5701
fired for having too much lent condition. JIMMY MOORE'SSUN ,

!hair, there may well be another Olin's Mobile Home Sales Rt. SPINET-PIANO- transfer SPORTS WANTEDUsed ,
one over 40 who Is let 103 West Starke Fla. Ifchg. next two weeks. Will con- retrlgeratora. ,
washers. Dah
-- -
go for not having enough.aalMSfjlli sider responsible local person MOORE BOAT!< FOR mer's Discount House ti/chg
FOR SALE Rayette Dryer only to make $20.00 payments.
and chair. Good working condition send truck. YOUR MONEY !
Write before we
$25.0fJ.ElIzabeth's- GOOD PENSACOLA Hay for BOots *
""larllll/ North Fla. Piano P. O. Box
Co. i I ly Shop 527 N. Walnut St.Itthg. 3308, Springfield, Fla. 32401. Starke Ph. 984-5791 phone sale. Reasonably 964-7679. priced. Tele- FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

I IGARDNER UP. Outboard AStern tfchg
MII.IILL II Complete
Is there a senior couple Inter-
L1 I ested In playing ptnochle with FOR SALE 1960 Ford good Drive Service and
occasionally Write &this Complete Fiber- INCOME TAX SERVICEWe
us condition new tires. Needs Repair.
paper Box0( ,Drawer A,Starke, muffler. Call 984-7473. Itp. Custom are happy to announce that jfij Jfe I
G. Phillip Redmon and Mar-
OWNER: Fla., tfchg.. built Fibergiaee Fishing
I garet Crosby have Just com-
FOR SALE Heavy duty auction -
Boat pleted an advance course In
AID Dredge. Model A Motor for _
COUNTRY CORNER Income tax preparation and
suction, separate motor for Ji: r-
will be most happy to assist .
cutter head. Heavy duty pow-
OPERATOR ANTIQUES you In filling out your Incometax.
ered winch. 8 Inch aluminum BOOTS
f We Buy Any Quantity Pipes, steel hull and pontoons. INCOME TAX forms prepared Town Finance Company 226
$1.000.09 contact L. J. Swee- $2.00 up. 24 years experience. nn-wAuin
for COMPLETE ESTATES ney Rt. I. Box 372-B, Keystone Call Mrs. Donald Martin 964- N; Temple Ave. 964-7449 tfchg ACC SORIIS
Phone 473-4784. 6573. 4tp 3/16
ttttm m UATHIR
1966 BEL AIR CHEVROLETfor Perfect Grooming Salon, TV. Up to$100 discount.-Dah- UATHIRCARRADINES ]
listeningpleasure FURNITUREAll "' SAVE sale, $300 cash, by own- 207 N. Temple Starke; Fla. mer's Discount House. ,,,4tchg
Good Merchandise er. Call 964-7984 for Infor- 964-8551, complete groomingall 3/9 SHOP
Thas Lona DistancePhone mation. Itp. breeds. Across from Sears 1 MILE SOUTH ON U.S. 301
CALL BILL BRUNOFSKY 'Call owner Scotty Young. Itp. -
$200.00 DOWN new brick and LAWTEY. FH.
413.3483Bring We now handle air line block homes Payments as low PHONI 7e2-3100

To Mo, Or I Will tickets, cruises, and tours. NEWLY REMODELED Home as $70.00 a month., You may
For Sale 3 bedrooms 2 all
Coma To Your Home. rr We after special package new large bathe, 14 x 12 living $70 qualify and $140.00 you earn a week.between Call

Tour of, .Now. FURNITURE\ \ room large den new built- Crown Builders, 964-8337. WATER FOR FRONT LOTS
in kitchen cabinets. Large 125x tfchg. SALE
Disney World Quality Home Furnishings 200 lot with trees, high and On Crosby Lake and. Crosby

1m. Call "...7-9 1 f Custom Draperies dry Rd. 100 East. 3 miles. Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
Very convenient terms Call FOR RENT-. 12 wide. 2 bed- ,. wide, 8 feet deep) Located on ..
the are TOWN FINANCE co. Carpeting 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru room trailer outside city Jim-; State Road 100, 3 miles West
Bugs I NEW .'Interior by Victor Saturday. Tfchg. Its, J.B. White, 964-611V of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation -A
\eflt P.O. Box 224 N. Temole 41329 Park Avo. Orange Park.1 no answer call 9648799. cottage mobile'home or ..
-aUn0for.? \\\ .. I I; I UI B NORELCOBEHINDTHEEAR T.l. 2647531INSURANCE tf<:' Investment. .

AID ;Prices start at$1.29.00, ,$200
\ Jf TOM FRISBEE down and $35.00 month for 30nnn
FEATURING LONG a/ JAN'" FRISBEE LEW'SWELDING ..::::.:".:.-. "" ""if (8 1/2 % simple inter-
BATTERY LIFE. "itfiriiii[ ; I fSTSdLLE: SHOP ..::.::::-.::. J "stX)

Up'to 2!>U hours of comfortable INCOME TAX SERVICE AT REDUCED RATES .' ;::.=. Call 964-7701 8 ajn.' to 9

hearing! on 1 battery! So $3.00 up AUTO, FIRE BOAT Whispering Pines JUp- s oNn M ilt ekes anise. I J m.--weekdays. tf

economical to use, yet delivtrs TIlE RIGHT POINT for the DOYLE E. CONNER"' tel US 301 & Phone
Fast accurate, Reasonable
rich, clear sounds. Tiny write. Come in and 964-8252
< li.lit| weight, reliable. Coma way select you favorite ESTER- Every Day 9 A.M. !9 P.M. INSURANCE AGENCY"' WE: GIVE SERVICEWe get

1 In, be fitted for listening BROOK your fountain pen.. TELE Sr. 21. 3 MI. N. Middl.burg tchg. UTILITY TRAILERS results! List your property for
; pleasure today! GRAPH. Next Door Fla. Statewide CUSTOM BUILT sale with us. Call today.
RUGS- x 9, $3.19; 9 x 12, BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964-
/VoreccCAINESVLLEHEARIKG Realty GAS AND ELECTRIC $5.98. Many colors and pat- 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg
The Glass Shop WELDING BRAZING terns. Also larger sizes at
"tt4.A-k'HU.ttt: ; 010.I Phone 282.5079 SHEET METAL DAHMER'S DISCOUNT. lOt/chg
,.Ioci.ul, .....about h.loy hen 9TP-4/M 3/23 SEWING MACHINE-CIeattd.
.. ,
.d hew Ho.I.
N.w Iii A.d
I ..Ip,Ill, .....poo,."" wed.d may roII I INSTALLEDWOMEN oiled and adjusted\ In your
SPEED QUEEN automatic For 'f- .
-------------- ""I" home..$3.00. Vacumn cleaner
NAME washer with 3 water tempera- repairs also. All work guaranteed. -
I I DRIVEINShow ture controls and 2 washing AH CARS and TRUCES PUMPS Dennis E. Cogglna Phone

PHONE I'' controls Dahmers Discount Installed Whlle-U-Walt 431-1428 IteM

II House. Up. Cutout Vinyl Auto Tope NEW AND USED
Need Work?-- Hours Irregular!

::1 I ADDRESS I II. Begins At Sundown FOR RENT: furnished 3 bedroom 1017 N. Main CMHe WATKINS has Income Oppor- FOR RENT: Trailer lot... on

I.. .. _..- I. house. No pets or chIld- tunity. Average$2.74 Hour from SALES F.P.L. Call after 5:00: p.m.
U I"oUID reel.lqUAI4 AHD IIMII I FRI., SAT. MAR. 10, 11 ren. Phone 984-5884. Ichg. home. Write: Mrs. Sherry Kit- PARTS 964-8238. tfchg.INTERSTATE .
1011Ate1 ------------- FOR t
MAMMOTH EXCITEMENT! $800 Wurlltzer spinet piano half room house In country. Also McKeller Station Memphis Deep And Shallow Wells
nut All
M mMrnr WMMM mciuu m
VtomoiCMMwuce AID CO. price like new. Call 934-7923. apartments in Starke. W. H. Tenn. 38106. lip I Water Softeners and ::: MOBILE Home,
Itchg. Nollman. tfchg moving In Fla, Call 964-5606.(
d 2639 NW.13th: St. WALT DISNEY'S FiltersPlumbing tfchg

In Sunshine Shopping Ccnlcr RECORD AR at Dahmers top
964-5745 Next Te Wool,. LIVING 103 750! last weeks hits 590 Supplier WE NOW HAVE diamond needles -
376-0095 or 378-t 942 I see UI first. Stchg. 4/6. CARL BIGGS CVQI.VCO "for any make or model
EXPERT SERVICE ON stereo player.--Dabmer'sDis-

DESERT 8 Track ne tapes now for Gulf ServIce FIAT ALL MAKES count House tf/chg

$2.98 to $$.911. See us first PHONE;>> 96..7061DURRANCE
at Dahmers Discount. Stchg. Used Ports BRADFORD & CLAY County-

and 4/6. THE FINEST SELECTION OF SALES. PARTS Brown's \& Morris Plumbing!
FLORIDA THEATRE Contractors Repairs Re-
VanishingPrairie I CARPETS and life ttx. can be USED CARSIn
USED IMPORT CARS Phone 964-8131 or 284-9964.
Showtime Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday. 1:00 beautiful Rent electric you use thampooor Blue Lustre.$1.Devrlck this whole area 64> 3/23

Inc., Builders Hardware 24 Hr. Wrecker Service HARFRED AUTO FOR RENT- Klngsley Lake
io '- & Supplies Starke. Fla. 2 BR house, furnished yearly. O.C. Carries Nursery
USED PARTS IMPORTS, INC. No pets. Phone 533-2261. tr
ti 4., Thousands of Plants
.. RCNwcutoAiI Hwy. 301 H, Waldo 509 E. University tfchg Fruit Trees.. Shade Trees,
FOR SALE- 1965 half ton Ford
pick up. Long wheel base, automatic 468-1998! Gainesville 373-4373 FOR SALE-Income: property In Evergreens, Camellias,
Once you see transmission, bucket I Reno. Duplex 2 bedrooms each. Azaleas. Roses

seats; radio and heater. Is In Good Income. Long term ten- lie. .la cans .* Plant AnjrllneLANDSCAPING
BILLYJACK Call of clean PIANO IN STORAGE ants. Property never vacant.
perfect running condition. WANTED A couple :
shopping in Beautiful spinet-console stored Call 9646512. tfchg
after 3 p.m. 964-7544. rooms near bank
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TECHNICOLOR From, WI'I' Kinney, L*'turt$.v... Payments


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