Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 16, 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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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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No. 33 Thursday, March 16, 1972 Copy

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Following the lead

of the rest of Florida -

Scorn Oil Drilling ty voters Bradford Coun-made

George Wallace top

man in Tuesday's

Forced Presidential Prefer-

Under WayCounty ence Primary, with

'. Sen. Hubert Humph

rey runner-up and
v r
Busing Sen. Henry -M. Jack-

In son in third place.

Bradford gave Wallace 2,295
votes, more than the combined
Opponents won a 4- totals of ten others in the pre-
1 victory the polls sidential race and 60 percent
here Af+ tG' nh S With a substantial lease block" in of the total votes cast here.
Tuesday, voting
2,863 to 678 in favor Bradford and Alachua Counties, Chevron Sen. Humphrey polled 460 for

of amendment Oil Co. a subsidiary of Standard 011 of second place: while Sen. Jack
an to
third with 312. Sen.
_. ., California, is drilling for oil about five son placed:
the U. S. Constitu- / / Edmund S. Musklc, at one time
tion to prohibit miles northwest of Waldo and 2-1/2 miles considered to be the front-
running Democrat made a dis-
south of the Bradford County line.
"forced school buslng"
appointing showing In Florida
as he did In the recent New
and -
guaranteeing Actual drilling started Feb- Container Corporation on the Hampshire primary. His total
the, right of each ruary 28, and present depth U Dedan Church Road near Brooker here was 142, for fourth place.:
student to attend the about 2,000 feet. The company ; and over 500 acres from
r Is permitted to drill to a depthof H. E., Jennings and Morris Bradford totals for other can
appropriate school 3,700 feet according to Joe didates in the race were: JohnV.
nearest his home. Carl, geologist on the site. Lindsay 128; Shirley Chls-
holm 99; George McGovern: ,
Carl described: the exploration 65 J. 23
Eugene McCarthy
; ;
In statewide voting 76 per here as "a rank wildcat Wilbur D. Mills,7;Vance Hark-
cent of Florida voter like operation" with the "odds ke, 3; and Sam Yorty, 3.
wUe opposed "forced: busing"on against finding anything worth-
the,basis of Incomplete re- while" He said that at least L For the Republican nomina
turns.. another two weeks would be lion President Richard Nixon
required for the company go swept Die field here as he did
While opposing busing. Bradford "as far as we want to go" statewide. Bradford voting In
voter strongly! endorsed and evaluate Its findings here. this race was: Nixon 105; JohnM.
equal opportunity; education: by, "Whether additional wells will Ashbrook, l 12; ante Paul Mc-:
nearly three to one margin,' 1 be drilled on the leased lands Closkey 6.
2,262 for to 872 against. Only depends on what we find here," ,
the Democratic
: race: Wallace -
one county; precinct. No. 1SB MORE SCHOOL BUILDINGS GOING UPLlke"a' Carl said. "We could goon, i ir received: 42 per cent: of
New" River) voted against- or we could call the whole thing .
... ... -. .. r '..riseI' ..the'sate vote on-the basis of
"QIItl " biJ' narrow '."'" off on the basis of this first I,
margin of 26 (forvto 32 ....1011.' ; t giant erector set 'steel joists'are going Into Finances for'Sue 1 construction will come from "four 'well.." he added. incomplete returns;; Humphrey,
,., place at Bradford Middle School as Triest Construction sources: giving the School Board a 1972 construction 19 percent; Jackson, 14 per
" The third straw ballot issue of Keystone Heights begins work on two ,.projects fund totaling 785000. $90,000 Is special: education funds The present drilling Is In cent: ; Muskle, 9 per cent; Mc-
.a amendment to permit prayer totaling 659483.> .from' the state, $100,000 Is State Board of Education: progress In a remote pine forest Govern and Lindsay, 6 per cent
In the pubUc: schools, was The middle school. portion of 'the project will cost revenue certificates: against which: license: tag taxes are ,thick with underbrush. The each. Shirley Chlsholm floe
favored here by an overwhelm- around 350000. It will Include a $90,000 special education pledged, $45,000 Is capital outlay'and debt'service: funds property Is owned by E.W.(Ed) black: Congresswoman, scored:
Ing 13 to'l margin of -3.209 a large gymnasium-activities area, shower and locker accruing: to the school: board from the state but the Peck of Gainesville and under 4 per cent.Wallace's.
for to 267 against. rooms and an Industrial arts area. major poison of the financing Is coming from a $550,000bond timber lease to Container Cor- : strong showing Is
Planned at Bradford High School is a second phase issue against which a portion of the school's: race: poration. attributed In part to the pre-
of new construction costing around 250000. It wUl-Include track: tax funds are pledged. Carl said the company Is sence of the anti-busing Issue
AMENDMENTS a huge reading room or library and an administrative The bond Issue will cut the school board's operating using all necessary proceduresand : In Tuesday's election. Florida
suite. funds by some $37,000 per year, since the portion of practices: to make the drillIng voters were 74 per cent opposed -
Bradford favored Article S The BHS work is being slowed by ground too wet for a racing taxes pledged have been Increased and the por- a safe operation and pro- to "forced: busing" and

*"ihe CJudlclal,State reform Constitution amendment) by to a foundation to be laid. tion left In the operating budget decreased by that amount.Architect's vide protection: for the environ many undoubtedly voted for
Wallace because: of his
ment. "We are under observation -
,rote of'1,723 to 1238. The
opposition to busing.
amendment also carried: In of State and County, pollution -
statewide voting with about 70 control: oftic.als.: he Wallace carried: every Bradford -
per cent of the total vote. It added stating that fresh water precinct: except: No.2(East
provides streamlining the Requested Fee supplies are being sealed off LawteyX) and No.7(Reno)where
state's present hodgepodge of as they drUl In order to pre- Humphrey was the favored can-:
courts, abolishing Justice of vent any possible salt water didate.
peace courts: municipal: courts Intrusion.The County totals Include the 9Z
courts of record etc.and creating operation Is being hand- absentee ballots cast.
a two level system of Trimmed School Board led out of Chevron's office: In
circuit courts and county By New Orleans R. H.(Dick: )Merry -
courts. Is the petroleum engineeron VandalismSpree
On Article"T, providing for the Job.Among .

Issuance an amendment of revenue to permit bonds the to Refusing to pay a six per amounts under $500,000 and "Reluctantly.< I have no the board has been operatingwith the leases recordedIn
establish a fund for student cent fee for construction at with a 5 or 5-1/2 per cent choice: ." Morgan without a written" Bradford County are lands
loans the Bradford vote was Bradford Middle School and fee. School board members no- agreement.'tbell.velt.. belonging to Howard Douglas, Nets
..78t for Bradford High School, the Casey repeatedly apologizedto ed surprise several times that (S.. Page 8)) T. D. Dyal estate heirs, and This tower rise 118
Statewide voter favored School Board on March 7 tooka the board for not havingthe feet in the wildcat oil

amendment by 64 per cent. stand against Architect Don information at hand when I, II drilling site five mile
About 61 per cent of the Morgan. the meeting began. He said i""j sl sli I" t' J t j f NW of Waldo. 19 Charges
county's, 5,790 registered voter While admitting It has no Morgan had submitted the bill i t o I s' Ii.1 1w
of Besides the
Starling Graham.
marked ballot Tuesday. written agreement with Morgan to him Just prior to the meet-
Peck: lands, some acreage: was Charged with' 19 offenses,
and time had '
the School Board voted unanimously Ing not permitted
: to follow Supt. TomCaoSey' research of the percentage i'I also leased from the Eddys\ Including: five! felonies, 17-year-
--- north of Waldo. old Ronald Lawrence Byers of
N.IANNUAL recommendation: to pRY question. The superintendentsaid '
yorgan 5-1/2 per cent.: The he submitted the bill to u The leases are for five years Starke was arrested Mondayand
'Cna'rd approved for payment the board since: it was payable'that I ; j ji' at.'a+' rate of $1 per year per placed: eider bonds totalIng -
I 30,271 for 80 per cent of the day.When Yr I acre, plus percentage: of gross more than 8700.
if oil Is
4-flee Morgan was due, but It asked by Board Mem- discovered. Byers Is charged: with five
Chevron Oil also
,i was $3,298 less than the $39- ber Charles Sawyer If he would yl"I I is drilling felonies 12 accounts: of van-
in the Jay field In West Florida
569 the Keystone Heights architect accept: payment at 5-1/2. percent 1 1 Carl said.Cycle. dalism, one charge: of petty ,(
submitted.Morgan 1 Morgan replied: i'' larceny: and one charge of destroying

said he "never would city; property.;
have submitted a bill I didn't According to Patrolman Mer-
'" think was right." But he addedhe Storekeeper CrashBreajksLeg vin Jackson of the Starke Police
,,' had no choice: : but to acceptthe $... Department, Byers signed a

board's decision. Loses Pants H i L .,.. ___ written to statement the alledged Monaay charges admitting
It 1s the first disagreement \ :
after being advised of his
"MEETINGCLAY between the superintendent and In Robbery .1' rights. '
architect: that school: board t Fifteen year-old Ricky Jackson Byers said that between 3:39; \
ELECTRIC members can remember. of Starke crashed his and 5:30: a.m. Sunda-morning,
COOPERATIVEThurs. The school board Is apparently DeWitt Padgett of Starke lost motorcycle: : Into a perked car he broke Into the Gainesville
operating with the architect his pants Saturday night as Little on Madison Street late Thursday Sun Distributing office on North
under unwritten agree Champ Grocery on North \ L + afternoon breaking his leg Temple and entered four automobiles -
., March 23 ment which pays a six per cent 301 was robbed of an undisclosed In several places: and doingan to cause damage to the
fee for projects under$500,000, amount of cash by a tone estimated $400damage to Interior without breaking. He
Keystone Heights' 9-1/2 per cent for projects gunman.According. t his cycle.: : said that he went home got a
between $500,000 and $1 million to Patrolman Jackson was rushed to ;Ow lead pipe and came back Into
and five per cent: for pro-' Scotty Rhoden of the Starke Bradford County; Hospital lie town to smash 10 car windshields -,
Music Speaking Jecte over $1 million. Police Department a colored was later transferred to the a window at the Starke
entered the Moxie Carter Jr. Chamber president, burs first ticket for beef ., heifer and
male between 40-45 Alachua: General with hfa'lee Appliance Store a neon sign
Election of Directors Present middle school and to finance 1972 calf(f scramble. FFA'.r Dol. Clemen and 4 H'.r Le.
high school construction Is under grocery: around 9:30 Satin Sparks are the broken In four places and a at the Starke Motor Court. By-
one contract to Contractor and produced: a .38 : salesmen. gash to the bone.According ers also admitted to the larceny
Free Lunch j jMire Ernest Triest of Keystone nosed revolver. He then took an : to Patrolman Pat of one bicycle and the destruction -
Heights for $659.483, makingthe undisclosed: amount of cash: In Henry of the Starke Police Department of one city meter at the Sun
eI construction one Job the addition to the key to the building Calf Support Sought ", Jackson was headed office.:
board contended. cash register and Padgett'scar. east on Madison Street at 35 Byers explained that he was
(Uammunity Morgan said It Is the first 4-H FFA members will canvass project Is a registered heiferor raise $3,000 In an effort to mph when he struck the rear ofa drunk at the time of the of-
The 6-4 200'pound gunman side of choice beef which driven Barbara ..
time Bradford school construction Bradford County duringthe a make the upcoming; calf parked car by
Mutt funk has been over $500,000If then stole Padgett's pants, tied next three weeks request ever the wdnnerwante'hewinnor scramble: self supportng for Alvares Slade of Starke. He Is under IL001 bo 1 for
the projects are considered him up, and left him i in the rear for the 1972 Calf will be announced at 8 .the first time. 4-H and PTA Jackson: explained that tovisor each felony the breaking and
A-.. ....,. u.' a. one. Supt.) Casey left the of the store. Scram sponsored annually by pjn. Saturday April Bradford members are donating their on his helmet fogged up entering and the tour account
'T.-._ meeting and came back with The Incident Is still under Investigation the Bradford Chamber of Com- the closing day of the time and efforts selling tic- cau.fnl1he accident. of entering without breaking.
L...I.0.-". I__ c... severalrecords of previous) by the police department merce. County Fair. He was charged with careless ,Bond was set at $251 for each
-------------- payments to Morgan, all with Offend as a prize for this The Chamber's goal is to ((5.. Pege 8)) driving. of the.. remaining charges.:


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[ Birthdays Anniversaries C fA t fA .-1' U"he I Births Weddings ;, \

Showers I r eJ ; VWfle ': Personals/ ,t" .

Club Meetings Parties

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor,, 964-7608 .

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PresbyterianPastor Woman's Club/ Fashion Esprit for Spring- .: '. :.

Family Elects/ OfficersFor

Entertained r 1972.73 A1t' The Cotton Feel 72

Rev. and Mr. R. D. Burrh The St. Patrick's Day theme _L' s
who left Monday for their was carried out In decorating;
the Starke Woman's Club at the
new pastorate at the First Presbyterian for cotton have been trans ., ,
regular luncheon meeting on
Church In Summer- lated Into clothes deftly tail
Wednesday, March' 8, at the
vtlle, W. Va., were feted at club house. ored to contemporary life i
several) going -away parties) In styles and jet-propelled
the past week. The covered dish luncheonwas at environmental, changes.
prepared and served by Fashion becomes an ecol
Last Thursday they were members of the executive ogy-minded memo to wcar-J-
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Leslie -' board under the direction of with prints appliques, em'broideries
Tucker at a luncheon at Mrs. J. W. KIncaid. The buffet needlepoint and
table and the officer's table stenciling mediums for the '
the Gainesville Golf and Conn- were covered with white) message in sportswear, separates -
try Club. cloths and held yellow and whlt and accessories. I 1'
I Printed cottons are as often '
floral In silver
On Friday right Rev.and Mrs. arrangements inspired by Oriental colora-
Ii Herbert Parsons gave a golng- containers. The centerpieceswere tions as by the abstract In l
away party; for the Burchs at flanked by green candles.. ', geometric art form. Mart offer -.+.
The, individual dining tables a whimsical touch of
i Camp Montgomery with the
area ministers. and wives at- were centered with. shamrocks 1 nostalgia or a prophetic viewof r
tending.On green candles. the futuristic.
Posters depicting "Home Silhouettes are individually .
Sunday evening the mem- At rr11i'f Safety; Week" made by the art keyed and lengths arc
Mr.; and Mrs. Oren T. Derk- bers of Starke First Presbyterian students of the Bradford Mid a matter of mood or personal
dle School,. were on display.A preference.Dresses. .
man of Starke, the dinner
announce: Church gave a short business meeting and ensembles by
engagement of their daughter and family night party for the : was held following the lunch- day are quietly turning to
Slieryl Elaine, of Gainesville Burch family at the old Manse eon. The followlngofflcers were softened shapes 'or clear, .
to George f'. Allen of Gaines- on Cherry Street. Arrangements uncluttered classic lines.
elected for the 1972 73 term
ville, son of Mrs. Lena Cle- of spring flowers, Including 1 1i president, Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton 0 a' Clothes for p.m. pursuits
mens, of Keystone Heights.The tulips Iris and azal- 1 1wr : -
eas were used. The Individual i ; first vice-president.;. r
'be held miniature Mrs. Hazel Rltch; second vice _
will tables
marriage an e- dining :
t president .
vent of June 3. at 2 p.m. In arrangements of azaleas and M Olin White; \ 0
St. Edward's Catholic Church fern and the buffet table was i irt' recording"' secretary Miss Flo- 4d LADYLiKE-Fashion In the
rence 3ennlnfis: corresponding
Starke. centered with an arrangement TRENDSETTER'The classic manner is beautifully
.of yellow daffodils.Approximately secretary, Mrs. T. L. Casey Three.yeor-elo'. Maria blazer-topped pantsuit steps depicted In this double-
The bride-elect Is a 1968 60 membersand treasurer, Mrs. John Greene. this out for spring In comfortable breasted coat of jacquard-
graduate of Bradford High friends attended. The Fine Arts committee will Reddish wore red cotton knit. The vertically woven cotton.The sculptured
School, and a 1970 graduateof The members presented Rev.: be in charge of the April meet and whit. pinafore cut- striped four-button blazer fabric is styled in softened
Santa Fe. Junior College. and 'Mrs. Burch with a sliver ing with Mrs. Merritt Williamsas fit from Leila's in the tops straight-cut pants and tones of turquoise. and.white.
She Is now employed with WUFT pitcher and plaque and tile two chairman. Junior Women' Spring shirt of solid blue knit. By By Originala. ,
Channel 5. University, of Florida Burch children. silver and gold Fashion Show Thursday. Jane Colby IUJ
Gainesville charms. : She is the daughter of' project the romance of sup-
19ds Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy R.d. For '72, American' pie, sinuous fabrications :
Mr. Allen Is < graduateof
a Linda Smith it .
cas will colorful outbursts
diih. as as
Keystone Heights High School cually chic In a purple I designers are pursuing the in ultra-modern or humor-
mood of today's naluro-conscious -
of Santa *'e Homemakers .
and a 1970 graduate knit separate outfit from environment in style. tit struck prints.Sportswear! .
Junior College. lie is employedwith pbn Stump's And they.'re turning to. cotton tr''l Classics are in
BoothThe // worn Thursday Norman-Brown
) full swing for spring, with
Environmental /
Engine- night in the Junior WOo as the fiber of nature
ering, Inc., In Gainesville. men's that best depicts the mood. short and long pantsuits paving -
Starke Homemakers Club Fashion They like its "fttJ"-ItC! styling | the way to town. or travel
Show. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Normanof potential and inherent r rplun
met last Thursday morning In .
Ratford announce the approaching suppleness and, above all, its I !!
Committees of
the Agricultural Building. marriage of their dve-ability work-ability, and The "jcunlnK America"hus
for setting up the booth Annette to spread beyond our bor
R3CaTr': Beta Sigma Phi daughter, Mary wearability.Trendsetting dens to Mexico South America

at the Fair were appointed. Johnny M. Brown son of Mitchell spring looks
Ird L Tad e"I Following a sandwich lunch: a Conducts Model Brown of Lawtey and Mrs. for the natural fiber include Europe, und the (Kir East.! ,
bead necklace workshop was Joyce Spell of Immokalee. such new fabrications as Cot
conducted by Mrs. Lola Johnson -. Business MeetGamma ton 365 fabrics for year Cotton denim jeans have
president. ''The wedding will take place 'round wear; soft, uncrush- AMPHIBIAN The |>.m. become u mobile art form.
able corduroy-soc-rsuckcr dress tii 111 I for Young fashion motivators
got's nn 11
Mr and Mrs. Larry David March 31 at 8 p.m. at the Pine combinations; randomcutcotton and this high-waislcrl spru1g illicitly| around the world fringe
Theta Chapter of Beta
Raugess of Starke announce the GirScouts! Tour'VNAS Sigma Phi Sorority met Mon- Grove Congregational Methodist velvets; and the new! design of cotton knit is Ideal fray, und convert jeans! Into
birth of a daughter, Mary Amanda Church.All for evenings on or olY-shor. signature:: fashion! xtatemunts
? on March 7 In Bradford day night at the home of Mrs. friends and relatives are alliances of cotton knits with Toot iquc soflciiH the look bv silver studwork Krom-
County Hospital. Squardon Charles Flynn. Mrs. Grady invited to attend. wovens with a gently flared skirt met-puttcrninus, and hund-
., Overstreet was co-hostess. .... These 1.. lp jgna/,, )'""looks' 9 imalind bclit tbspcddah'wtteM l i < ,. : .
.J nAk!Id-tIG IIA\ '
Girl Scout Troop 614, with conducted m6del".fusnlde'rMSedngwas toaequalntrush-/ jw>,:....- ..:....: .' ....:....-11ooii.-..... J -L J" ".. .'. lhtk yv erOW .Jd .r ".? !n.rr, l T__,av1'! 'a' ,"IT1' /: ""'i'
Mrs. R. S. Mulling, and Mrs; 'eel-'W1th: Laplei"pioceedinga. > I -.. : i /.. 'P 'I!;; '(fit.
[ A. J. Eaves, leaders Joined .. ,IA. .'. ;J ,,,,,
f New members were told of
,their friendship troop In Jack- 1' "
sorority rituals traditions, offices -
PORTRAITL sonville Saturday and toured and committees.They then TaylorLukeMrs.
the Jacksonville NAS squadron viewed the chapter's display A Winner _
16 hangar. table containing avrious imple- Jessie Viola Taylor announces Everybody's
SPECIALs Following a cookout lunch at ments Jewelry" mementoes and the engagement and i
Boone Park the group Halted the sorority scrapbook containing x'y t

the The,Cummer 25 girls Gallery were ,of accompanied Art.- photos.Informative clippings and daughter approaching Terry, Jessie Luke marriage,Karen son,of to of Walter Mr.her. When You Buy From I4 nyt r ,.

by Mrs. Paul Canova. Refreshments were servedas and Mrs. Walter P, Luke, all
Mrs. Robert Johns, Mrs. Ralph chapter members told of
of Starke.
Parley. and Mrs.' Edward Wainwright. -- past sorority activities and future The wedding will take place I Badcock Furniture Co. t
plans. Friday, March 24, at 8 p.m I
In the Hellbronn Baptist Church.All r
friends and relatives are -1,
Little Women
Invited to attend.
All Inactive members of Beta
Met MondayMiss Sigma Phi Sorority; who are I, t

Interested In forming an Exemplar Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw. .. Bill Wilson Proudly Presented i__ ,
Martha Sue McCain was Chapter are asked to call) ford and of Ocala and '
guest speaker at the Little Wo- Mrs.. Arthur Patray, 964-7870. Mr. The ,
and Mrs. C. W. Beasley of Two Winners In Bodccck's
Mrs. L. C.
men's Club meeting Monday or Early. 9648508. Gainesville
night. Becky Jackson,' president Those eligible would Include h of Mrs.were W. H.Sunday Hart, Mrs.visitors Free Drawing-Just Bill's ; ,
presided at the business any member with four or more Edith Christiansen and Mrs. Way ,;j-1
meeting. rears In a Ritual of JewelsDegree ,
Ella Moody. '
Refreshments were served by chapter. Of Saying"Thank You For Your .

chairman.the hostesset Gayle Vicki'Hatcher Turner and, Nordic- Lenten Specialty Business." ::44I't't. (, j

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8X10natural Miss Vickie Taylor, daughter.,.,- First Prize Winner Second Prize Winner ,

of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Tay-
lor of Taylor, Fla., and Rich-
color ard Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs.L. t 't
C. Sapp of Starke, will be
united In marriage ;Saturday:; ,
portrait March 18, at 8 p.m. In the
Pine Grove Methodist ChurchIn
with a reception following
at the home of the bride's t a t
99 parents. __ 1 f' I MW+6. .u4 w1I '
PL. All friends and relatives are
Invited to attend., '
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On. per subject 'we! pw 'family, _

Groups; SI.00 ..... pot potion and Mrs. V. A. Nichols :
announce the engagement of t
Cannot.. 10.0"( 'in conjunction, their daughter;Janet, to Truby = t
wild, ..ho,.d..U.I"! olloio Johnson, son of Mrs. Geneva ,
Johnson of Waldo.
The wedding will take place A popular Norwegian Lenten dish Is this Inspired version of
MALLM9Sro ,at 7:30 p.m. on March 24 In the usual macaroni and cheese casserole "Straw and Grass". Is t 1L
the First friends Baptist and Church.All relatives. are nutritious peasant economy that's uncommonly' gellcloust t tMrs
Hot steaming noodles green and white are slathered witha
5 !&; STORE Invited to attend. the wedding tart lemon butter sauce and topped with savory Norwegian __ _
r .., and reception.WMMMMMMMMB sardines and Parmesan cheese. The unique smoky flavor of the

i X14 E. Call t MMMMMW* BMB >. sardines. from Norway. adds a mellow rich accent to the ply, : James, ferr tt.., Route 1, Box 330, Mrs. Glenda Wheeler, Route 2, Box 29.E

St.Mtfi Attending the'musical "Pro: quantly sauced put* I Starke, receives General' Electricfortable .' 1" Star winner of[ the t .'
Here's one "noodle dish" become e. percolator.
that's to
Civic, a year. round TV for '
S t$ MWth miles Auditorium, Promise Wednesday. at the night .favorite! her jusband, Mr. James ,
W. Whif- "STRAW AND GRASS" WITH :NORWEGIAN\/ SARDINES\/ Merritt who was the winner. '
iwere Dr.1IId Mrs. D.
'HOURS fen, LTC and Mrs. V. J.Speng- 1 medium lemon >/, pound green noodles
ler, Mr. and) Mrs. Richard Joe-: |/i pound butter /! spaghetti I .
10 A.M., to 6 P.M.NO kel, Mr. and Mrs.Carlton Paul. '(/U cup teaspoon chapped dUI parsley weed lean sardines((3 '4 drained os.) Norwegiana Come In This Weekend And Just See Our Fine Furniture i, :

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawfol'lf.Ur. Daah cayenne .Orated Parmesan cheese

AGE:LIMIT and. and Mr.Mrs.and.John"'1rs.A.Phil Reddish Vel- Boll'lemon'In very salty water 10 to 15 minutes until tender. For The Home. Everything'From Carpet To Appliances. ,
Cool Cut In half and pull out membrane.. Slice peel Into thin A"
5__ '18. lenga. Slivers Melt butter In a small saucepan.: Add lemon peel, parsley 'I I

t Miss Evbnslnelalnsad Gary dill Drain and weU_,and enne toss. Cook with noodles lemon butter and spaghetti In a large until bowl.just Top tender.with We Buy Right-We Sell. Righi We Treat You Right '. '< "" .

Hamilton of FSU are home on drained sardines and sprinkle with cheese. : ,
Spring break,. Makes servings. t .

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quaint the students with the
--.. -.--------.-- ,, This month's Parent Night Powell Joyce Farabee, Dean Call Lavender Rhonda Griffls Margaret Jlmmle Norman candidates and Issues concerned
BanquetSet e vaw.a. will feature a program by the Brown, Leila Cohen, Eugene) with the election. Students
History Group Lane Ronnie Beck, Glen De-
yW.aa Social Studies Department Johns James Geiger JamesTomlinson Sue Bonnie Wllkerson CTeutotlet. will tell their fellow students -
v---- The department Is working Mike Nettles Carl Dale Jimmie about the candidates on
Meets Traylor
Tonight TonightThe who Jay Godwin Gene Tanner will be
with a group of students Torode Tyson, ROM Flowers, Willis the ballot and Issues
i will put on a play called "La Billy Bresee, Andy Proas- Berry Susan Converse. Dana discussed In class.
The annual Parent-Member Bradford County; historical Florida" which tells the storyof char Charles Revel Berry, Xyal, Erie) Biggs, Glen Nettles, Reporters: Bruce Moyers,
Award Banquet of the Brad- Society will meet tonight Florida's history. The students Crews Terry Hicks, Jackie Linda Salazar Debbie TenElck Mike SandersPanty
( ) at 7:30p.m. : participating are Randy Hammond Randy Fields, Jeff-
ford Junior and Senior FFA Thursday t ,r Andy Crews, Clara Johnson,
Chapter la set tonight(Thurs In the Starke library. $ Corbin, Donna Thornton, Karen ery Jockel Kathy Taylor and David Lovelace Ella Hall,Har-

day. N1gilSCafeteriaIn) : the A report will be givenonpro ,. Ricky The Johns. will be held riet MIddleton. Mike Cole Ter- Hose
Bradford ) / : : program the Social ry Long, Glen Crawford and
IstnrlcalCommissioon order Monday March 13 in -
State FFA President Jimmy 1 In My Neighbors Studies Area at 7 P.m. Beth Phillips. ANY SIZE I ANY SHADE
Alvarei of Bradford County; will that title may be obtained to the The contest was Judged by
be the speaker for the occasion. old county, courthouse for use asa Mr. Charles Hall, former art $3.00 Per
Alvarez Is a former president county; museum and other pur IoA14fI teacher at BMS. Miss Anne
of both local EPA chapters and poses. dI .':. :'u" \ WOiJI'J -I Winners of the poster contest Lindsey, art teacher: was In $2.00 Per pr.1NO
a 1971 graduate of BBS. New memberships are now on Home Safety; sponsoredby charge of the contest. 1.00 Per
being received: and prospectivemembers the Senior Women's Club Mrs. Koran's and Mrs.Farn-
will be welcome to were Donna Page Scott Hicks sworth's eighth grade Social
attend t the meeting. All persona I and Gerald Wilson; winners on Studies classes took a Held PAIR
attending are Invited to theme and Marty; Johns,Glenda trip to Haverd View Horse FarmIn
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Taylor bring an article of historical Epps and Thomas Patrick;winners Ocala last week. At the time 2 Fa 'I
and daughter of Jacksonville Interest for a show and tell on design. The winners the students were studying the
were last Friday visitors of session. were given passes to the flo- role that horses had In American
Mr. and Mrs.Merrttt William*. rida Theatre as prizes. History The students YESLawtoy
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Parrish Brown* Troop. 370 with Tuesday's guest sp.ak.r Honorable mention awards toured the horse farm viewed
Jr. of Atlanta are guests of Mrs. L. C. Early, of the Women's Hospital Auxiliary. I ywr, went to Susan McLeod, Event the horses and learned about
the Williams until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Greene First row (L-ft) are K.lll Carver, AUsia Sh.fl.ld, Milliard, Jo Griffls. Mark Joln- the history of horses HOUSEOF
and son visited Mrs. Greene's Vicky. Sh.fild, Second row; Ran. Williams, Stacy er. Don Lotto Marion Cummins
Dale ,Johns 'of Cordon Military nephew. Tommy Chancey In Denmark, Vickie Scarvr and Lynntt Hamilton. "Well felt sorry for the Sewell Proctor, Joe Williams. .
College Is home from Wed- Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Top Pam Pratt Linda Howard, Susan Williford poor creature being a hun Gary Gunter, Lyndell; Bright MilO
nesday to Monday. Ricky Johns over the weekend. They also row: dred-to-one shot and I fell Karen Crawford, Bobby Wiill- In preparation for Florida's
of Howey Academy will be home visited Mrs. Greene's parents, and Betty Yawn.. ford. Alvin Anderson, Ronnie March 14 presidential primary FI,.TFCHG
for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Chancey InWads. Mrs. Early, talked to the girls on the Importance of my bet"would boost her Nugent, Pam Tucker. Cynthia the Social Studies departmenthas ,
... serving their community. morale. Thornton, Calvin Hankerson, started a program to ac- '
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brant Turner of Valdosta
Mathews and family Maitland State College Is horn Wednesday -,
last Wednesday to Friday. to Sunday on semester Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith DCT CLUB
break. of Salt Springs were Sunday SETS DANCE
Guests of Mrs. Marguerite visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradtordlligh's D.C.T. Club
Barker last weekend were her Mrs. H.H. Adams Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. will host a dance this Friday I
brother-in-law and sister Mr. H. Moseley, Mrs. John Watson night featuring "Shan" front'S
and Mrs. J. B. Peek of Denver. HI and son, Tom, visited Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early to mIdnight.will
be $L50 at
Colo. Disney World Saturday. visited Disney World last a
at the door.
Tuesday.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes
returned Wednesday to their visited their son-in-law and Marvin Cassel returnedto
home In Arlington Texas aftera daughter Mr and Mrs. Curds her home In Chevy-Chase MotorcycleLaws
ten-day visit with Mrs. Alma, Ecwards1n t Meridian, Md. last Thursday after a
Starling and other relatives. Tenn. Thursday to Sunday. week's visit with her aunt,Mrs. NotedOnly
Nelson Green, and family.
Little Kimberly Dukes celebrated
Lt. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin her first birthday last M... and Mrs. Wayne Harper one person may ride on UI IKBaldwin
Jr. of Fort Sill Okla. spent Thursday evening when her attended the World's Bass unless It Is de-
Thursday to Sunday with Mrs. and Mrs. J.C. Tournament on the Kissimmee a motorcycle and
to people
estrgavee sighed carry
Eve Baldwin. Lt Godwin left DDuk a small familyand River near Lake Wales last has permanent seating space
Saturday for two years tour of neighborhood party; for Friday and Saturday.Mr. for a second rider state FlorIda' -
duty; In Germany Mrs. Godwin her. were given laws.
and Mrs. Baldwin were story boon, balloons and and Mrs. Fred Field "Each. new rider motorcycle must face forward -
Joined Sunday by Mrs. God party; hats. of Tampa and Robert S. Mc- with one leg on each side
win's mother Mrs. Frank E. Ateer of Fremont, Calif were the also state
Foley of Rantoul, 111. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. laws according to Captain
the ,
Godwin and Mrs. Foley went Jacksonville weekend
: were George Flynn Jr. B.H. Spears of the Flor- Chevrolet-Olds
on to South Florida where Mr.and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Patrol.A .
Mrs. Foley plan to retire. Shaller. They all visited Silver Mrs Verge Flynn visited ida Highway cannot
cycle operator
Mrs. Godwin will Join Lt. Godwin -
Springs Sunday. her sister Mrs. Bessie Fax- bundle or object that prevents
In Germany: within a Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nicholsof on, In Gainesville Saturday. both hand from being on the

month. of Mr.Palatka.and were Mrs.Sunday Herbert guests Tho Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Padgettof handlebars.The operator. cannot pass another WILL PAY TOP PRICES ON

mas. Plant City spent Thursdayto lane
vehicle In a single ;
Mr and Mrs. C.C. Hoppeof Sunday with Sheriff and Mrs.P. .
Tampa will spend the week- Donald Firth of DesPeres, D. Reddish. No rider shall ride between
end with Mrs. O.L. BeasleyandMrs. Mo. will be weekend guests of lanes of truffle and no more 1967-68-69-70 AND 71
J.W. Klncald.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Firth and Mrs. Edward Ensor of Jacksonville than two motorcycles may be
will also visit his mothr, Mrs.Ed visited her mother, ridden abreast In a single lane.
and Mrs. Lester Crews Firth In the Gainesville Mrs. Bertha Pearce, from
returned last Thursday from a Convalescent Center. Thursday to Sunday.
ten-day tour of the Holy Land Auto PassingRuleExplained USED CARS

and Greece. ,Mr. and Mrs .John Clover Leslie 'and Tommy Johnsof :, t '

of Jacksonville were Sunday Macclenny spent several days, .-, --. .-..,.... .,. -- N IlL .X
Mr. and Mrs. James StarlIng vl.fton".t f Rev;and Mn..JOIIrr'F'J.yM. lasTwtieirwlth ttalr'srandparenta \ -( 'e ", \ -' "
and family: spent the weak1end ? Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Rltch. J.i ;,

Mrs.with Alton her Dobbs parents In Jackson Rev. and attended 'Florida Law states that a To An Unusual Amount Of STRAIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Fancher Mrs. Walla Llpsey driver shall not turn or change Due
ville. Jr. and Mrs. Nancy Gunter the funeral of her sister Mrs. lanes until he has made cer-
spent Thursday to Sunday, at Mable H. Hodge In Tallahassee tain that he Isn't being passed
Mrs. Olive Gregory of
Gainesville spent the past ten Joined Melbourne by Mr.Beach.and They Mrs. were Pete last Friday.Dr. or approached by another from vehicle.either direction SALES On New Chevrolets And OldsmobilesAnd
days with her sister Mrs.Myrtle
Feather of Gainesville, Dr.and R. E. Dopson visited Chiropractic Captain B.H. Spears, local
Anderson. They visited Mr.and Mrs. J.M. Hembree of Cocoa doctors In Atlanta, Commander of the Florida
Mrs.John Anderson in Callahan and Mr. and Mrs. Gun Ga. last Thursday and In Eastman
Highway Patrol states that the
nesday.last Tuesday and Wed- fer celebrate of Eau Gallle Mr. Fancher on Saturdayto Jr.'s Ga. on Tuesday. same you pass section a vehicle now states going that In the if A Good Used Car Market We Are Short,

birthday. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair visited same direction,ycu: must returnto
Cuttlno and
Misses Melody
Mrs. N. K. HurstIn
her sister
side of the road before
roommate Darlene Petorman Mrs E. M. Davis visited Homasassa over the week- coming your within 200 feet of oncoming -

of their lift Spring College vacation are this spending week and her sisters MISS Mamie Mrs.Anderson Pauline Stone in end.Mr. traffic.SEAFARING. On Good Clean Used Cars

with Melody's mother, Mrs. Archer over the weekend. and Mrs Clyde B. Ter-
Myldred Cuttlno. wlllegar spent the weekend at
Lemon Bluff on the St. Johns
River near Sanford.

. . . 1 . . ..
... .- Louise Mrs Stern W. A.attended Stern and the Miss Nor- |For The Remainder Of March And The

( lAas man Luboff choir concert at
the Civic Auditorium Monday

.... -... night.Mr. and Mrs W. P. McCut- Month Of April We Will Be Paying The

chon of Waveland, Miss, and
Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, Jr. of

.... -... visitors Gainesville of Mrs were Rlcharde Wednesday Sr. [HIGHEST PRICES For New Car Trade-Insl

Local admittances to Brad-
ford County; Hospital this week
r > -
y Include: Mrs. Betty; Garrett, eerrWir
': Mrs. Lovesta Mjcy, Brady Mc- --EVER
Leod Mrs. Nancy Cassels,Noble -
McDonald, Mrs. Sharon
; Barnes Norman Sanders Mrs.
f : Carrie and Mrs.Helen
: Edwards -
: ,I rti \ Mable Mersereau, all of .

.. ... Starke Heights: Joseph; Thomas L. Hughes E.,Keystone Williams of" r Come See Us For A Real Bargain On\

John Q. Rosier and Harold !' ;{ .
I' Norman Lawtey; Mrs. !t8't, !

... '' .. ly Linda Hendricks Tomlinson, Lake and Butler.Mrs. Sal -- : A New 1972!

.. .. Among those touring the The Navy
Decorator's Show House In., influence crops up on this &
Jacksonville during the past flower-powered cotton print
week were: Mrs.Robert Barks- for evening. A contrasting -
dale Mrs. Olin White Mrs bow with long streamers sets
J. E.:: Hardy Mrs. E. L. Matthews off the nautical-styled collar
: Designed by Kasper for Joan
: .. Mrs. Bob Ferguson,
Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs. Brian Leslie
" Hamilton, Mrs. Fred Barker *
\ Mrs Marc Jackson, Mrs.MarIon Sociologists report that now
more wives than husbands
Harrington, Mrs. George
Roberta Jr., Mrs. J. W. Kln are running away. Of course .
caid, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. with the affluence of two cars
C. N. Christy, and Mrs. C. A. In every family they can both
/ KnIght leave at the same time.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy TUG BRADFORD
" / vickyvllllgnn and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen COUNTY TELEGRAPH
; attended the Lawrence Welk
show at the Civic Auditorium Published every' Thursday _
: A white delight last Tuesday night Thev were at 138 W. Call Street !
To set off a summer tan, day or night. Vicky Vaughn ; Joined H. Sheppard by' Mr.of Brunswick and Mrs Ga.M. starke Florid 32091 U.S. 301 North Phone 964-7500 .1 _i-_ _iI

: adds a little romance with dainty lace touches at collar Second clnss postage paid

sleeves and around the figure-conscious waistband. In Mrs. Wayne Harper visited al Starke Florida STARKE FLORIDA
double her sister, Mrs. Ron Sellars,
woshable/dryabls polyester -
: wonderfully mochine- ,
In Lake City; ; last Wednesday Subscription Rates:
: nit, White, blue or yellow. 515. $22.DO night.FILAMENT. la trade area: $5.00 per
yejfrj. $2.75 six month "' :
Strapping Tap. Outside trade area: $5.50 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite/ Dealer1tU..1.
: STUMP'SI: 3/tn x 60 yards. $2.50 Single
roll.Bradford County; Tele per year $3.00 six month
. II graph.
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all available P os.Dom
I you'll want to keep towels a* Try some of the new Btaok.Ing .
your linen closet usually cloths or aheeta you're 'no aenelbla to store thlngi. Thuumay eewlbta on a lower _If. devloa.. and organlMra. For
rj look like a O'OIo""ual hit? limRor UHlnii. relegate them to require tome MorganUlnu. Separate. the stacks of heels Instance, Install dmibje.tiered
for............... Put the tingle .
if It don maybe If* Urn to the ran bag. Or will them to lidout drawer They'reavailable
lei a hand" Mart on spring* the handyman around the For instance are) the extrablanket bed stints together. Then pus In aeveral. wMtha to
with a spruce up, bore *and bed pUlowa sucked Ute double together If you fit most closet and they slide
j ::4r .To Iwlp you let started her. Clean the clout walls and on put the them top ahaltt there. U wheretJMo&t're hare room, divide fitted and out ...11.80 you can reach
are com handy tipi from the ihBlves. Lay down fresh new up Pet sheets, too. those spaces
out orbe .
nrganliatlon specialists way., rue one drawer with pillowcases.
half liner while you're at It Are "iTietta wlmnr! tie""uiuun- And It'* practical' to rotate. .
Rubbermaid Fill another with hand
: And keep out those party lid regularly, where they oaneiully the linen When they're waahad
Pint, take everything. out moth with a food mothproof be reached. ? The same and folded alack them towel and washcloths.. You'lldouble
of the linen cluwt.. Check the or before you put the linen goes for towel and "'....> under the linen.. already In Uw the available span and
Then they'll all get be able to put your finger on
lams aa you do. If then are cloth Especially If there are closet
i 111 r r I I I v,7 worn or rayed towels wash- buckNext decide where Its mat young children In the amllv, equal wear. Just what you want Instantly.

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John Bradley, I.ft and Robert Fe.,., right are 1972 recipients of the Jayc....
K.y Man Awards Mac Baldwin, c.nt.r, hofd.( a District $ervlce Medal for hi. work In

hooding reorganisation of tho Joyce Chapter,..

Jayeee Awards PresentedAt e'a

the tint banquet of the leV-Oldsmoblle dealer and former acid. Is supported\ totally by
newly organized Junior Chamber president of the Senior volunteer donations and Is non-
Chapter In Bradford County Chamber of Commerce was denominational. His purpose,
the members their wives the force behind reorganizationof McClellan said, was to Involve .
and received awards the Junior club according the Starke Jaycees In the activities .
learned aboutRodeheaverBoyslRanch. to President Elzle Sanders.For of the ranch.
and devoured steaks. his work Baldwin was presentedthe '
Speak Up Awards went to District Service Award. 7
Jaycees Mervin Jackson, Jim Edward McClellan, executive Social Security Limit .
Lawson, Jimmy Jackson, Handy director of the Rodeheaver Boys To Stem Rising CostIs
Ranch familiarized the Jaycees -
Jones Elzle Sanders J. C.
Brown, Danny Brown, Dale and their guests with the Asked by Industry
Brown' Robert Foster Ronnie operation of the boys ranch near
Warning that Social Se- ,
Palatka attended, by 35 boys t
Thomas and John Brad- r
curity costs are "getting out
some from the Starke area.
ley.Spoke Awards for first year Slides were shown of ranch of hand" the National Association cB
participation were presented to activities with McClellan pointIng .- of Manufacturers has
Randy Jones J. out several boys from urged Congress to put a I
Brown, Elzle Sanders Starke. brake on the system's ever- Total Central Heating And Air CcncUflcninu _
Brown, Robert Foster, Jim "We don't have a correctional escalating taxes and benefit
Lawson, and John Bradley. Institution but a love Institution -
Key Man Awards went toJohn ," McClellan said. His payments INCLUDES UP TO 7 ,OUTLETS: 1 RETURN 8O'OOOBTU
Bradley and Robert Foster. staff stresses love discipline The Social Security pro- .
These awards are presentedby and understanding, the director gram was established to provide FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER $1250
the president to the members stated.ant work-related benefits
which he terms most out. to be second best and efforts to make it over COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX ;
standing for participation and to a good home." into a welfare plan should be
leadership.Mac Forty; applications are now staunchly resisted, the NAM
Baldwin, local Chevro- pending. The ranch, McClellan
filed with
said I in a statement .

the tee. Senate Finance Commit Anal Qn-2 Tens Of Air Cen&tlining T Your System i

The committee has held
hearings on a bill which con-
ir"--r tains a wide variety of expanded -
benefits and liberalized Q
.w+ provisions, including a 5 $ .
percent) across-the-board hike ,
in payout to 26,000,000

Security Americans rolls now,on effective the Social in L' For As Little As.iihyfiiiii aw- :

June. Because there were .
benefit increases of 15 per .. ..,. ,". ......, iI' 114". '- t.
cent in January; 1970f and 10 ,. ,' .. ., ; +' w. :1f 11 an '"
per-cent') In June1971r a t

r NAM increase urged be'that postponed any further1 until ATT NTION Mo lfE-'HOME p

nt Pointing least had January out supported that 1973.the Association these- E OWN R !1

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earlier increases the NAM -_ e
said that increasing Social ,. "
I 't.. Security costs and ever' Ith
.ant higher taxes are becoming T
STYLISH SVN-FiLTERS-Rcady-made window shades "most unreasonable."
custom look with the addition of black and
take on a i
white gimp and white ring pulls. In vinyl-coaled cotton The l proposed legislationwould y
cambric the gold shades make a perfect background for increase the employer.
wing chairs upholstered In spring green cotton corduroyand employee tax rate to 14.8 per.
grouped around a glass-topped table. Thcy're by 10.4
cent (from the present
Joanna. per| cent) within a five-year
period.! The NAM noted that ,
"this rapidly increasing taxrate" .
j THE TF.UTa116: Uf ,. oo- a.Jy' would apply) to a tax-

.. ?!S ... .. able wage base which is also :
\ ..
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increasing, beginning: with a t

SWARM I J G 1 xgy' sizable$10,200 jump from immediately the present to Y Mobile! Home Central '

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$9,000. AlConcliioningUnit .
11E .J .
...... ? .. By providing for an auto- ..
...{ ...1 matic escalation of the tax- .
.<. ..'. Q1. \.. ..., vJ ;-(.,. .'.... able wage base the measure QUIET EASILY SCREENED *EASY'_CIE ;
'C.\I.\ .
.. .' "J t.
:. >V..o", could cost employees and employers
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': ."' ':'\
." ,, each $920 a year (an

1 The only; watt be certain If termites increase 1977 and of$1,630 75 per each cent a )yearan by

are doing damage to your home is by a ( increase of 200 per cent) MARCH; SALE j
thorough inspection by" trained personnel. by 1989 as contrasted with
FREE INSPECTIONANtf1 ESTIMATE today's maximum yearly Social -
Security contribution of

UNDER DIRECTION $544.50. SpeCial pre-Season cB !

Outside agitator threaten.
"iOR1.) la hernia this summers na

I Phone tional the great political American conclaves.tradition In Mobile Home Air Conditioning Sale ;

a CMIMICAl" CO. 964.5145 If* major parties were p.r.milled
the right' to disrupt .
i 539_E. CALL ST. their own convention ::

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You save money now and In years to COIM-,now If ? The! carrier Mobile Mate t

JACK WILKINSON 1 Is 30,000 BTU Compare any other brand and see how you save money year i

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On Dean's List Maintenance Youth Rally BY LI1'iDG. COX

Golfers Set For BrookerA YOUTH RALLY SET Mrs. Jackson also recognises PERSONALS Vickery of Gainesville and La
At The Citadel Roof FOR SATURDAY NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Zakab
," Shop New River Assoclatioml The New River the following pupils for outstanding rle Temple of Brooker. '
Association and family were supper guests
effort Sgt. Denver
during the 4th Prescott was
Youth Rally will be held at 8 Youth Rally will be held at the six weeks of Mr. and Mrs. David Sumner
G&By Continuing Ms outstanding Damage was estimated< at pjn. Saturday March 18,-at Brooker Baptist Church this : in Starke last Friday night home a few days last week

high school accomplishments $75,000 to $80,000 when tire the Brooker Baptist Church. Saturday night, March 18, at First Grade: Cindy Rauler- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. visiting his parents and baby
Into the college level Cadet wept the roof of the Camp The program will feature 8 p.m. Everyone la welcometo son, Debbie Polk, Crag: White and Mrs. Zakab and family brother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Baker Timothy M. Murphey, son of Blaudlng maintenance chop early "Gospel Magic" with guitar attend this Inspirational Patty; Seawlck, Carl Foster were Rev. and Mrs. Flvm of Prescott and Charley Sgt.
Walter H.. Murphey of Kings- Tuesday morning. specials, both solos and trios. meeting Curds Jones, and James Par- .Jacksonville. Prescott Is stationed at Ft.

ley Lake, has earned a place Col. H.M. Hatcher. Jr. State There will also be a messageby ker. Second Grade<< : Darren Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. McCoy near Orlando.
Baldwin on the dean's list at The Citadel Maintenance Officer said the an outstanding Biblical CHURCH CHOIR TRIP Manning and Vicky Tetstone. faes Green Shirley and Cherie Morris Prayer List Monroe Barnes

at Charleston S. C. fire was discovered by shop evangelist and refreshmentswill Twenty-eight; members of the Miss Hill Second Grade:Sharon were: Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Dyal and Robin Par-
Murphey Is a freshman at personnel reporting for work be served at the conclusion. Brooker Baptist Church Choir Fussell Jill Hayes,Brenda

Keystone's( golfers three The Citadel, majoring In modern about 7:30: a.m., and had apparently Among the churches expectedto enjoyed attending the Florida Wllllngham, Monica Green,
languages and la enrolled been smoldering during have large delegations are Baptist State Music Festivalat Brenda Langford. Third Grade:
,putted most of greens Thursday In the Naval ROTC program.He Brooker, Dedan, Cedars Hope "(
the night. He attributed the Harmony Bay, Panama City, Donna Marsh Sheila Starling
as they played their worst
Is a 1970 graduate of Klngsley Lake, Grate, Madison March 3-4. The Choir
In three ,eara' and finished possible cause either to faulty was instructed Elaine Mott, and Kim Thomas [
last In a match with Bradford High School 'where wiring, or faulty Installation of Street", Graham, Keystone In the music they had Mrs. Hurst, Fourth Grade:
Ocala Forrest four-way : he excelled In academics and some new doors which were Heights Ralford, Starke First, been practicing by Bob Bur Jimmy Mann, Douglas Watson,
athletics. Murphey Is one of being Installed In the shop. An Morgan Road Chapel, Airpark, roughs of Samford University; ,,
Buchholz In Ocala."Our .
few four varsity totters Evergreen and Hellbroon. JanIne Wllllngham,Beth Hamilton
earn ;
Birmingham The
Investigation of the fire is now Ala. com-
best players, three put In football and was also bined Youth Choirs this David Fussell.Fifth Grade To The People OfStorke
, ted most of the greens," said inprogress. tang Doreen Jakab Prescott
Kay ,
Indian Coach Lyndle an outstanding basketball player Col. Hatcher said the rest of 468 Ask For New music for the closing Worship
and member of the track Steve Thomas, and Darlene
matchthree a the building not Service on Saturday morning.
was damaged
"It was out worst Tax Mott.
Quad. and that all Federal equipmentIn ExemptionA Adults attending were Lavern And NorthJ
years. Mrs. Scott, Fifth Grade Angle
Dean's List students must the shop escaped unharmed. Outlaw choir director; Mrs. : -
f have grade point ratio of at total Andrews, Ricky Carroll
He said It was expected to be ; Carolyn Dye accompanist
"The ;
in Broderlck
greens were real Chavls.
least 3.0, theapproxlma.ecP- 65 years of age have made ,. Florida
back in operation on a limited Jean Douglas Mrs. Betty
bad aha and- test. Our ; Sixth Grade Tommy'Andrews
very Cadets : -
valence of aU B's. receiving scale application for the additional t.mple
by Tuesday shiftIng Hayes
noon by Mrs. Lea and
greens are slow and I think their first Dean's List $5,000 homestead exemption for Susan Bass Teresa
that the boys Just couldn't adjust the operation to another part Mrs. Alma Outlaw, as chaper- Booth Isabel Bristol Susan
award will be presented the taxes levied by the school district
of the side of
building. Only one ones.
to it. that isIs Raulerson, Darlen Sharp, Mar-
medal bar signifying County Tax AssessorGene c- 7
the roof was extensively damaged Young people participating In
Forrest and Gainesville
High lene Sharp, Smith Jerry
Itttial award.
an Long said
yesterday. the
Col. Hatcher: said. Festival were Large Temple
School : -
were tied for first placeat Smith, and Michael Starling.
The deadline for filing applications
Fire Department Wanda
the end of the regular nine The Camp Blandlng Rabon, Patsy Edwards -
Eight Graduate was assisted In fight Is April 1. Debbie Douglas Kathy
at 162. Forrest went on SCHOOL GROUPS
to win the match In the first'hole ing the blaze by several neigh To qualify for the exemption Bristol Sandra and Linda Edwards EARTH PATROLA
of From Santa Fe boring Ore departments. landowners must be eligible for Brenda Bass Marie Archer
the sudden 'death. play- the regular homestead exemp- Robin Williams Donna study of ecology which was

oft. tion, be 65 years or older as Melvin, Alleen Green, Kathy highlighted by a tour throughthe
Gainesville Buchholz was Eight area students will participate of January 1,1972.and must have Jones Cherie Brooker Community collecting }
third at 175 and Keystone fourth In informal graduation City Firemen been a resident of the state Douglas. HInton. Greg various types of Utter for
Sammy Halmark La-
three more strokes back at 178. ceremonies March 21 for Santa for five disposal has earned two Brooker -
years. vern Outlaw Jr.. Tommy and
Forrest's Mike Sullivan wallow Fe Junior College's 253 candidates Douse Blaze Long said the additional Jimmy Elementary School classrooms
medalist of the match with for Outlaw Ricky Mott, the distinction of being
graduation the exemption applies to the non- Gary Melvin and Bob
a par 36 on the front nine of end of the winter term. voted 10 mills levied by the This Dyal. named to the Weekly Reader
the: 'munlciple 'course. Sullivan BrookerRoger Davis. Alien DeSue of Stark steppedout school board, or up to $50. excellent Choir received an Earth Patrol. Each student In

birdied both the par 3. 175- StarkeLinda Hampton, onto his front lawn early Those who have made application rating. Mrs. Hursfs 4th and 5th grades }

.yard fifth holer and the par 5. Charlotte Hoffman, Randy Sunday morning 'only to find so far will save an averageof CONGRATULATIONSICongratulations and Mrs. Scott's 5th and 6th

525 yard; 7th. Johns,.Elizabeth McLeod,, San- that his house /was on fire. $19 on their next tax bills to Miss Lane grades received a membershipcard J
Ga1i When he went outside, De- In the Earth Patrol for ( l
esvllle's Tom Muden led dra Register Donald Thorndon the assessor said. Temple who won three medals -
Ms team with a one over par 37. and John Walker. Sue noticed smoke coming out The $9,002 which the county for her Superior rating In helping Improve their community. : -
Muden also blrded the number from the vents In the attic. will not receive from taxpayers the three categories she ; .
7 and find a 5 pars. Friends and relatives of the The Starke Fire Department as a result of the new exemp-: In. This District competed Band- In addition, each of the two
; Jim Luekei and Bobby Hayes candidates are Invited to the answered the 9 a.m. call and tion will be paid by the state Solo and Ensemble Contest was classrooms received a certificate
led Keystone with sevenoverpar ceremony' at 3 p.m. at Santa discovered a small blaze' In a Long said. held at her school (Buchholz from Weekly Reader
43's. Luekei bas been averaging Fe's West House auditorium wall between the High) March which states: "In recognitionof
on Saturday II.
37.5 this season.' 723 West University Avenue kitchen and bed room. Large received a medal for participation in My Weekly

Bret Cole was the number and the Informal reception in According to Ore department US 301 Bringing Superior rating In each of the Reader Each Patrol the editors -
'three the student lounge. officials, the fire didn't start this Merit Award
man for the Indiana witha following categories: Saxophone present We Have Won The
45, and Jack Johnson. posted from the stove and was con- $2 Million Per Quartet Stage Band, and for helping to make Americaa
Over 54 cent of the and attic.
per can- fined to the wall "
better to live. Mrs.
a 48 for Keystone. Twirl Group. She Is the daughter place
Tuesday the Indians will hosta didates are from Gainesville.Five Damage to the three bedroom Year To Bradford of Rev and Mrs.Jim Temple Hurst and Mrs. Scott each received
per cent come from else- block house on Michigan St.
.four-way match with Baker of Brooker. a letter from Rogers European TripATHENSROMEPARJS
County. Father Lopez and PaI- where In Alachua and Bradford 'was estimated at$800-$900. Morton, U. S. Secretary of the
atka Central.; The teams will Counties. Thirty per cent of The entire family was home at U.S. Highway 301 is pumpingmore Interior which stated In part,
tee-off at 3 the graduates are from other the time of the blaze but no one than $2 million annually "I am delighted to hear of your
Florida cities. was Injured. Into the economy of Bradford successful Earth Patrol' Cleanup -
.. County; according to Bill Glover The Brooker Elementary PTAwill Project. It Is gratifying to
reee-a------------ --------- barbecue chicken
- - sponsor
Tourist Committee chair- know that so many young people -
i man of the. Starke Chamber of supper and Country Music Show, are personally Involved In VIENNAOur
both to be held at Brooker
Commerce. that
a positive action program
I Glover said that tourist oriented School Saturday March 25. will help to Improve the en-
business along 301 In Bradford The supper will be served In vironment. Please convey my
includes 28 motels and the school cafeteria beginning appreciation to all of your stu Soles Tore Up Our
at 6 o'clock with the Country
restaurants and 20 service stations dents..* We congratulate Mrs. .
Music Show scheduled at :
which employ about 350 8. Hurst, Mrs. Scott, and their .
Tickets for the entire evenIng named
persons. students upon their being
John Myers, executive: vice- both supper and music to the Earth Patrol. Competitors
president of the chamber, said entertainment, will cost$2 for
AND the latest truffle count made by adults and $1 for children age BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS' .

the Department of Transportation 12 or younger.v...*** Miss Penny Jakab celebratedher

showed a dally average of Russell Green has'donateda ... 7th birthday,with'a party r J 'x MARIANNA "r
10,500 vehicles using 301. Duroc-Poland-Chlna-pig-tar given by, her mother at their:

,.... '**Wse e JJr. F through Bradford County.; .He ,be given,away Jhat night. Tickets 'home on Thursday afternoon
said the traffic count has been will be on sale for a SOc
1 donation. The winner will havea Feb. 24. Penny's' guests. en-
1I rising steadily since the opening choice of the pig or a $20 playing Cupcakesand ''
ELECTED. of Joyed games. \ SEBRING
I I IL:4 Disney World. cash prize. Kool-Ald were served by
Tickets for Barbecue Sup Mrs.Jakab. IMS
TwelveResidenJs per and Country Music Show, Doug and Don Green celebrated WSS '
and the pig will be sold by the their 6th birthdays witha LAKE CITY

Brooker School students or may party; given by their motherat
be bought at the school. Students the community; center on
will be awarded cash prizes Wednesday March L A "WaltDisney"
.; If they are one of the top table cloth napkins TERWILLEGAR
\ Receive 3 ticket salesmen. and plates were used to carry ,,

:.' t'I out a "Disney World" theme

yl : : DegreesTwelve STUDENTS following HONOREDThe student are About Ice 25 guests cream,enjoyed birthday homemade cake- Out In Front In'Sales!

recognized for their Superior and candy served by Mrs. ,
Out In Front With Value!
Achievement during the 4th six Green. Prize winners In thegames

I Are You A Candidate For' Security area candidates weeks grading period: were: Denise McDavtd, Out In Front With Trades!
receive degrees from the University !- Mrs. Jackson: First Grade- Tootsle Tucker and Cindy
of Florida during win Tiny Hodge,Bradlee Cox Penny Hodge. Out-of-townguestswere
t ter quarter convocations: at 10 Jakab Clay McRae. the twins' great-grandparents,
For Piece Of Mind When Emergencies a.m. Saturday March 8. In the Second Grade: Frankie Andrews Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bighorn .
UF gymnasium. Penny Rlggs, Renee'Mott Sr. of Lakeland and the twins'
.. They are among more than Drew Andrews. Lee Or- cousin Kelly Bigham from Yankee To Show Our Ap- w
1,200 students due to receive ten, Guy Wayne, Parrish, and town.
Occur? degrees. Randy Starling. I

Local students are: preciation WeAreOffering
StarkeShirley Ann Brown, WORM'S
Its a
Then Elect To Open A Account At First bachelor of science of nurs- -
ing; Virginia @- Our
master of education; Lysle E. j.f( l

I Federal And Make Regular Deposits Into Your I II Williams Keystone BAE HeightsMargaret In education.

I Account A Growing Savings Account Trill Help Marie Norman Eland Emory, BA Wilcox In education MA In; by MARY LEE by PETER HAMMOND .

agriculture. Modular housing is elated l CMCHtiM: Director National EUROPEANSPECIAL

Give The Security And Peace Of Mind W All Cherish.If MelroseCalvin Lee Brown, to boom in the coming decade. 'evduuttitf: Council on Drug Education

master's degree In education; In fact, the impact of manes. Drug abuse prevention has
Robert J. Fhllpot, BS In business factured housing on tke tot escaped America's pro- '
administration. ,....,ty to deal with social
I I LawteyThelma M. KnIght building trade Is so great problems by dumping them
BA In education that George Romnejr, Secretary
You Had Been Given $10,000 On HamptonMichael Allen of Housing and Urban on tem.our We educational have unjustly school ays.demanded -

Clark, BA In agricultural scien Development, has said that

Jan. 1, 1969 To Invest. How Would 4I ceo Lake ButlerJames B. Gal by 1980 two-thirds of the that overnight education what law accomplish ON r

I loway, master of arts In edu- housing units built In this enforcement the medical profession

I You Have Fared? Here's What Might I cation; Geraldine Opal VarnesGriffls country will be factory built. and others have ....
BA In education; Fer- That production will alqo Include failed to do. If the task is

December 1,1971. rile Lola Spires, Jr.. BS In mobile homes as wellas the same-preventing all illegal -
: Have Occured As I .
*" pharmacy.Conservationist Nathaniel modular and panelized will drug also use fail.-school systems 58 New CarsAND 'i L

housing.In .
:Reed, U. S. assistant secretaryof
a1.I school
V /Including the
I .. nmlngmDK < the Interior for fish, wildlife 1971 alone, more than Any progress
I t ) In/.n,1'ed,Casa .mbr t,1 all and parks, will be the 40,000 modular units were systems make will be a resultof .i
L 9 flex.
Q $10,000 In Common Stocks $ 9,497 featured speaker. erected, but by 1974 it Is expected modification of goals ;
I Ii f Dow J m**wi assnI .Hid**) The total roster of 1.206 that 400,000 units will ability of curriculum, certification
nOO ( ( $10.000 In Mutual' Funds 8,388' names Include. 802 candidatesfor exemptions, and emphasis
be built. Along with that
I ) $10.000 tCfffOMin In 4%%'U.'sG-:180nd': '87-92 11,078 doctorates bachelor's, 74 degrees for Juris 74 doctorates for- ure there is a forecast of on decision making. New Trucks
"f I $10,000 in our passbook savings p'' n'- 11,438'' paw), 250 for master's 300,000 single-and-multi- 16 i

.. $10,000 In our savings certificate4 11,642 degrees and six specialists In family panelized homes and
\ciQ- r .raft*...n.iwf tfrtvcM f"MA,,....'.....MLN./ ../ education. about 100,000 high-riie According to one spokes IN STOCK
(( ...
it takes
ff t mM0*iatofmmtto* mwHImb., I man for the industry,
.. units
panelized 1975.
._I.-) 3 4 %/.-...M...11".1.. % ...lit ttfO V. *HH .. by to
.<.% > M iMt < %naaitum M f rO home Is
I panelized home, and threeto
three-dimensional i

I Kind neighbors desire to express and thoughtful to our block that la delivered building on a interior.four months This time to finish Is 70 percent the- See Them Then See it

friends- heartfelt thanks chassis and demounted at the
.. our modules. Fur
04.H. I using
I MM rtu.. Th"... -*..,.. t. 3 pile for Their many expressions of building site. The prefabri less modules often t
fHtrf -t .... to JiN*... sympathy The beautiful floral cated or panelized home is a thermore, the Us We' Trade! ;
CI..04J'l'" offerings and food were espec- twodimensional.component can be had complete with refrigerators ,

b I ially appreciated.' The family ranges and cab-
I that is assembled on the site.
FIRST FEDERAL : of R. L. Bradley. Mobile homes of inets. One producer even
course, can
offers a module complet.wlthrurs
Savings and Loan Association of Stark* be Although towed to the panelized site. homesare and built-in furniture. Terwillegar
A salute to crackerjack oa
awN Nwd1 I Its UOth ItrWllta)'. it I kssUogfat : being produced at a Factory-built homes also {
TCLEFNOMff *44.5000JS ..... generations of AmerWCSM greater rate now than the are developing more beauty

I "1'ftelouse OlSatmp",, W. MADISON ST. t tI ass to expect toe mock modular types modules are and elegance as well as practicality Motors
from a free ,me; growing in popularity for a ,

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Way Cleared For DOT To Start Sign Removal _r-

sign removal Payment wW be negotiations fall condemnation
Florida this could mean approximately 30-day notice, giving the company based on fair market value. s. action will be started by; the
Ratification by; the State Leg- the Federal government to remove $13.5 million per reasonable'time to com determined by appraisals If DOT.
billboards and signs along
IsUture of an agreement between year. If the company ash ......u ___
Interstate and other Federalaid signs -
t the State of Florida and The sign removal program do not represent
Ih primary roads has providedthe will be spread over several lation, It may ask for a hearing -

Poison Prevention Florida Department of years, with the federal government and the DOT must grant DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home '
with the
I Transportation necessary bearing 75 per cent 1U The hearing will be conducted
1 Hints for Parents legal authority; to pro- of the cost and the state 25 by the Department's legal !
ceed with a sign removal and
,per cent. It Is estimated approximately staff. ,
: children I
More than 70,000 relocation STARKE
program. 20,000 signs and U a company Ignores the DOT
under age five are Involved The only highway affected In possibly 13,000 parcels of land notice and does not either remove 'f
each year in accidental poisonings Bradford County; will be U. S. will be Involved In the Flo- or relocate Its own sign PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE
requiring some form of? 301 which Is a Federal-aid rida program. the DOT is authorized to remove ,
medical attention, according primary route. Highway 100 Is Estimated total cost of the the sign Itself or Institute
to the Council on Family a Federal aid secondary, program Is $37 million. Funds legal action. HEIGHTSPHONE
and 16 Is state primary
Highway a
to the state's portion of The program Includes payment -
Health. And at least two chil road and will not be pay 473.1176It '
the program's first have to the sign owner and
dren In this die of year
age group affected by the sign removal
been budgeted. to the property; owner for losses
poisoning every three days, program. he may sustain, from the
accident statistics indicate. The agreement between Florida -
Actual sign removal work will
The doctors,experienced in and the Federal Department .-
begin as soon as the State receives -
dealing with childhood poisonings of Transportation Including approval from the Fed-
Bradford' In th. State
Speech! and Debate the right to control bill-
(L-R) a,. Emily Williams, J.. Scanlon, and Jancy Wafton say such accident boards within municipalities, eral Highway Administration
the for funding.
occur most often during signed! by Governor Askew program
ages of one and three-pre- on January 27 and ratified last First priority; on the sign 0 1 S. 1r
1 that time when the removal program will be /given
BHS Debate Team Loses cisely of week by the Legislature. to signs that did not conform
child la acquiring a sense The agreement provides for
to the old law.
Joe Scanlan and Emily tract contest perspective, exploring his en- removal of signs along inter- Second priority has been assigned -
Williams won 4 out of 5 Rebates "We did a very good Job with vironment and in need of state and other Federal-aid pri- to Instances where removal -
In the preliminaries to four teams from our district close parental supervision. mary roads as mandated by the of only a portion of their
Federal Beautification
make them the only Bradford In state we were the only one to Children normally begin to Highway signs would Impose aflnanactal
Act of 1963 set-
providing a
make It Into the quarter finals,
High students In District n become accident prone when hardship on small sign companies. -
back of 660 feet from the road
Julie BHS
Mrs. Fuller
to go to the quarter finals of Instructor who English the they first learn to sit up, and right-of-way line of the affected At the company's request maybe should
the debate contest in Tampa sponsors later, to walk or crawl. The highway.The the DOT could pay for you,
forensic club .. .' >
Friday and Sat : ; ; i ; ?r vJV7i* '- if :Ks
last Thursday all their signs at one time,
"I have been pleased with tha Council sponsored as a pub- State requirement concerning -
urday. lic service the manufacturers distance between signs rather than stretching It out
Scanlan and Miss Williams students and think It Is a good by
of students" stated Mrs. of medicines, suggests Is even more restrictive than over a longer period.
School to group
Evans High
lost to Signs In areas which have
the Federal law. According to
of the state Fuller.Last. at this stage that all poten
put them out con the State version signs must been designated as scenic under -
BUS third In
test. year placed tially toxic substances, such state law would fall Into l the
_ be spaced at least 1,000 feet
District with Joe Scanlan Dona
Jency Watson took a try at medicines furniture polish
as third priority class.
Christopher Cathy Faulkner apart five to the mile), while
the womans extemporanlous and cleaning storedon Remaining priorities In order
and Rebecca McMI lan on the the Federal law calls for spacing -
speaking contest but lost in the high shelves well out of of not less than 500 feet are: Product advertisingon
first round. debate team. BHS Is In the top their sight and reach. rural Interstate highwaysand .
Other students on the debate one third of the state with the apart. on rural primary highways: +
team this March 19-25 of this year This does not apply to un- there's Home! way to save you' money y r j
team that did not compete were year. urban areas: non-tourist oriented ?
Rose McRae. Mike Gassy, Bill "The contest In Tampa was marks the llth annual ob- zoned In areas rural, such areas as Interchanges and to- directional advertising, and on your income tax, II & R Block will Ir 1
Watson, Llaa Newman and very well run" commentedMrs. servance of National Poison businesses In muni- finally, those which displaytourlst..orlented know how to do it. :
signs on
Greg Gay. All of these students Fuller. Miami Beach won Prevention Week. The Council cipalities, the DOT says. Signs advertising.A Itemized and standard deductions are 1 .
were participants In the dis the ltate team debate contest. suggests that parents use within 200 feet of a businessare program for the removalof nothing new. WeVr been preparing returns .j
the occasion to remove all potentially permissable, It was said. Illegal signs Is already In for years using both. We'll figureout
dangerous products Also Included In the law are progress. In mid-January, an Sr.f.wDONT > ,
situation both and then
Congress Urged to Adopt from the child's path and try criteria for spacing and light- inventory was ordered to determine your return using ways the method r
all signs In violation prepare your
I to become more familiar with ing. Signs In commercial and
of the old State Law. They best for p
you. ,
Sound MethodsThe the world children inhabit.Mercurycadmium Industrial areas may remain
Spending but must conform to the other emcompass those found In any You see, for only a few dollars LIT AN AMATEUR DOHR t
batter. provisions of the new law. On- degree of completion which It more than it coils to do it yourselfwith BLOCK'S JOB. v
used in mili signs, such as thoseat Is determined were erected after -
ies, now being premise ( advice maybe from some
National Association rcHourcea of the federal gov tary and special industrial restaurants, motels, hotels, Dec 8, 1971 when a mora- other amateur) have
of Manufacturers halt urged ernment and the overall econ torium sign erection was your
etc., or official signs, are not
Congress to scrap' "flexible" omy are limited within the applications, are expected' to Included In the 660-footsetback Imposed. tax return prepared with complete
expenditure' ceilings and definition\ of a free society."It come into consumer use.They requirements.In Billboards and signs classified confidentiality by a specially trained H.&R 81 k ,..
adopt| more sensible upending cannot be assumed .that have a shelf-life of from 10- lieu of roadside billboardsand as pleas or "sticks"which member of the II & R Block team. OC .
procedure!) every Idea can become, 20 years, and will be low in signs, advertisers will .be do not have panels or pos- II & R Block's fees start at $5

In a statement filed with spending\ program and that, cost and high in reliability, permitted to display pamphlets, ters attached, also fall into and the average cost was under The income tax people.118N.WAIMUTST..
this do signs needIng
as -
says ESB, Inc. directories and maps at rest category
$12.50 for million
7 families
the Senate Appropriations, once begun, a government stops along the roads provided repair; signs that are Insecure over
Committee the NAM\ noted agency must never die," the they reimburse the DOT and unsafe or unsightly we grrvml !I..r year.

the PI'IKi enactment of a $24(5.: billion therefore must be established among women t reported to comply with the Federal back requirements.
to be on the incrtate. PHONE 964-8286
and measured could mean the According to the law, when .
expenditure! ceiling but cm- regulations
WeU, after aU. the call has NO APPOINTMENT .
phuum'il, that any Much ceiling against two basic standards (been for more rewarding ca withholding of 10 per cent a the Illegal signs are discovered -
In Federal funds availablefor the DOT Is required to
must cover nil spending' -need and effectiveness. veers outside tile horn. year
highway construction. For issue to the sign company a
iiuludintr! Ho-culled "uncon-
trollaUlcx" and must apply|' to
both Congress and the Executive
Branch 4 .

"C Blank IlICI'I'IIK Checks also Opposed must give Pres lItta.
\ .
much more serious
: : Mlj a
to how new and continuing: r ; : !
.. :.' ,., ,. ... *. .
.programs. arc funded," the >.: ; \ ''i i 1 'I: :5 : j- M :'wij )

NAM\ IIlIicl.| | The NAM\ cited ., 'I

portion the' contract of pending' authorization amendment 0 1'! & ::

to the Federal Water ,

Pollution Control Act as an Easter i
example, of olx| 'n-ended future LlU saw \
spending| commitments at

their worst. Pointlnjf to an tlj Y\

estimate! that the plan, aspnwntly ,
proposed! could re: .
Jt i {;
quire public outlays equal to "Root ...-..- 'p4 t

one-fifth of total buiiinosn far Al i ; j1 .4I
fixed investment, the NAM ;! 4
mild Much "blank check OFt,;LUES yRra .

ous tiuthorizntioim economic and can budgetary have! seri Ab : tm .

iniplicutioim"beyond the purINMU.W -' \
of the programs which #

they lire designed to finance. "... "I/;
The Association also urged ...,,-...-,--'!:"
reform of the appropriations'

process to make Congrcasionul ,-
upending decisionsmore -si /;
rational rational and efficient. EVA

The statement recommended 'say r'
that Congress consolidate all '"
appropriations' into two measures -
: one for defense and the Special Spring And Easter Edition ,

second for all other BJederalexpenditures. i

The NAM said va
t h I would provide a mechanism fashion
In facilitate decisions on OF THE TELEGRAPH !

spending priorities unlitathcpresent \
system whereby in *3 sr vSSr

some\ears as many us fifteen "
separate appropriations bills H *

examined appropriations:' by n subcommittee number of NEXT WEEKPRODUCED I'| VIW I UiQlors.

and enacted one by one
over n period of months) The .or1'I

statement also urged that the IN .
President be (given limited I ,
item-veto authority applicable
to appropriations only.

The Priorities NAM\ said Needed that upend' a or i iI

tort priorities are necessaryfor r iI I
simple\ but often disregarded I
1'l1luon-the financial 3 C !

In Inmate Knifing Dies II I I

4 .." ,." '. .

Inmate Lester at Kiddle Ralford, a State 20-year Prison old, 1HURSDAY ,- FRIDAY SATURDAY MARCH 23 24 25

was stabbed to death In a tight ,
last Thursday, prison officials
revealed Friday. .

HU alleged assailant-Maka-


Mstloned by t the state attor

ney's office. P'fJ' ih10/ CALL 964-6305 AND WE WILL COME QUICKLY

The victim, was 'from Duval
County! and was serving a life
sentence on a first decree
murder conviction. Tlmmons BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHMarch
was .serving 18U'robbe1'7
sentence. .
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Hampton Area News BUS Debate, Business Community News :

Evelyn. Powell

who says we're not crowinrf -. dule the practice houra are!II'-'
? Jut take a peck>> at our regular, ru try to hasp you Teams Headed For State :By Elizabeth
'Post Office Lobby. A chsr.. posted on them. He also needs Walker: .
124 tone with to help with a
qnr ram tor a tow Barents
124 more at our growth denufiVJs group enthusiastic seven and Bradford's Future Business Five other students will observe said School Board Member DELL CHAPTER OES Prayer Band will meet at the will be told<< Tuesday, March :
them. According to Mary: Leaders of America will participate '- Lisa Newman Kathy Charles Sawyer. But Sawyer Dell Chapter 168 will meet home of Mrs. Ida Bunch In 21. at 7:30 pun at New Bethel ::
WWJ.tan*.:Pestmhst.r, we no* MeisWSlow? Pitch Softball: In State competition Faulkner. Bill Watson, Mike also warned that as far as he tonight (Thursday) in the Ma- lIawtb>>me. Saturday night the Baptist Church Business of vital :
April 13 and .14. In Clearwator. and Lee Hardenbrook. is concerned such off:
Gissy. campustrips
sonic Hall Brownlee
have ii i to&lx*844. boms. practice will get underway as on Street Ushers Board will sell dinners. -
We'bad several visitors In soon u a tow of you "pitch In1 President of tie club, Rebecca They were second and third are on probation. Behavior All members are asked to be Sunday Is Pastoral Day, with Importance.) ; .
In Jackson place winners at district and of the students must be present and on time. ..M
the during tile and help get the field shape. won second Sunday School at 9:30 and MornIng -
are put week. Place indUtrlctshorthandcompetition will attend state to get a look "absolutely above reproach"to ALL UTTIRINO* ",.
H Worship at 11. Dinner will ..,
and Mrs. W. C.Welsh you're Interested: conact
.Mr.. of and will to in that at what It.1I like at that level said although noting ha was CHURCH NEWS be served at 12:30. League 4 ISUNNECESSMV
HJnl spent the weekend with Rodrkaws at 4681668. Mrs. Julie Fuller Is In charge not referring to either of these
category Ebenezer Baptist Rev. Leroy pjn. Evening service 6 pjn. .TRNOVdINGASMAY
Anyone 14 !
of oroldar
Ms mother, Mrs. T. F.Brown.; can; >play> years(and help age clean A state ape Btu i contest win 'of the debate team. BHS baaa groups or any in general. Davis pastor. Sunday S 1lOLDEWWG ,t
The family group was Joined the f1eld.S) The City Is provid op also be held with participant chance: of winning state next School, 9:30: : MorWorship Creator Allen Chapel AME NE101lS .
on Saturday by several of Mrs ing caps and jerseys bring from BHS being Debbie Thomas year as they are nowdevelop- .q at 1U Evening Service, 6:30.: Church Rev.C.E.Jenkins pas t .
Brown', nieces and. nel 1th nr.. your own glove MIl cleats. and AIDe Haynes. Advisor iny':-beanw.'Th'five. obeer- Bible Class each Monday. 7 tor. Sunday School 10 a.m. 1 1M t.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Branmr A large group of our young of the group Is Miss Sondra vers are expected: to form a pjn. Prayer Meeting.. each Morning Worship at 11. CV>lr
of Bedford Lake. T.L. Top dt, people attended the youth' meet. Morris. strong BUS debate team next *" Thursday, 7 pjn. Union 3 pjn. with the public
of Jacksonville' and Mrs. F.W. ; First Another group from BHS (to year.County. invited. Evening Service 5:30.
HaUowell and her.son and BaptistntGary and Barbara state competition la the de- Superintendent Tom caQao Greater Bethlehem Freewill All Sunday School: students are
daughter. Wheeler of Storfce spoke bate team, which will compete Casey said a budget borderline Baptist; Rev. Jasper Williams asked to please come for Easter
Hubert and Eunice Baker and to the youths about the Word March 10 and 11 at the Universltr : but recommended that pastor. Choir No. 3 rehearsal rehearsal sterling Monday
children returned to theirbome of South Florida In Tam; these students be allowed to each Monday. 7 p.m. Ushers March 20, at S p.m.
In Tallapoosa.' Uu last Thurs. Of ,Life program One of the pa at.the State.of Florida Forensics .compete on the state level. Board No. 3 meets Monday. Sunlight Pallbearers Society
day. 7ak..nbring with ,features of this program Is a meet. The School"Board gave the 1tU Senior Choir rehearsal each 290 will meet Monday nightat
the Jeff which summer camp and.winter BHS had three first place FBLA $200 to go on their trip Tuesday night. Prayer Meet- 7:30. All members asked to tar
time JetJ.aSssle... Hubert mother York at Schrooo Lake. New winners at district who will to Clearwater and gave the Debate Ing. Wednesday night. Thursday to present and on time.
Mrs. .Wood" \ncJIIl'WtIGtll'P17 The Campfire Service compete at state level. Tao team '90.75 for their night the Ladles Circle
'\ at the Gainesville Med that was scheduled for next three were Jency Watson. Joe state contest -- will meet at the home of Mrs. NAACP MEETING Fomi fire prevention starts
ical Center..Mrs. Wood is recovering Friday night at Highland Baptist Scanlon: ,_ and Emily ..Williams. "This Is what Ifs all about," "r 80aped It .p-" Sarah Prince. Friday night; The regular NAACP meeting with lillU ihing.-
nicely and expects to Church baa been can-
be home in a.week or so. celled. It will to ..rescheduled J
Mrs. Mary flirt. home aftera at a-later'date. Anyone bet-
week and a half in Alacbua ween the ages of 12 and 21 n al
General' Hospital.Gainesville.. are Invited to attend the youth 1- ou sever 1
Mary: would like for you to services. You may contact Rev. yo4 I
drop In and visit bores she creed or Mrs. Hamel for more i
wont be getting out much for a details

while. t If I missed any of you this 3 BIG
Friends of. Mrs. Marshall ', week please accept my apolo
'Marcbett, Russell Marvin gies. I didn't learn until Friday DAYS I = f <,.
George and Frank, Williams that Karen had given up t
otter condolence in their time tile column so I didn't have Thursday, .a C
of grief In the loss of their much time-tor scouting the Friday ASaturday
sister, Mrs. Jessie Durban of news this week. Any of you
Lawtwy. with news Items for next week
Mrs. Ethel Swindell baa re- can call Mrs. Vaughan 468-
turned homo after spending 1152 In Hampton or me at r rk
three weeks In Felda with bar /
964-7438.. CPm addredsed at
sister, Mrs.Nellie Weatherbee.' 1
Hampton but on the Starke
Another "sister Mrs. Mary:
Thompson of,Plant City Joined Telephone system.) Or. if you ..I.
them in a fishing trip at Lake prefer leave your news itemsat
Okeechobee. The sisters
watched a parade and campaign Bruno's Stop Baker's Storeor
at the Post Office tor to
rally for George Wallace. Mrs. pickup. me 1 ....,,
Swindell .especially enjoyed the t / Man'sWork =
parade.) Two f1ewa and Men's'NoIron'
were e Ml
a great niece of LEONARD'S OUTBOARD +
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A mustard plant measuring four feet across Is exhibited

by Willie Brown of' Lincoln City, who soya no
special treatment was given Ito the giant plant except alight
application of fertiliser. Too bad this couldn't be lULlS

saved for the Bradford County Fair.Kids' '
AlO'f" .... 291 Now "

I"el NowPlant -
the-ear Gets
than at BUS,"
ever Dean Cas- Grass

only had .
Lecture For Parents"One
and the rest
two's and which Seed Now
( ) of
4" It'.tho Cassells.' of the things wrong the Judge i ked. "Where do you
more par- with this country today Is that draw the line. It's all againstthe ARGENTINE BAIIIA SEED
hvlped ,
contest next there Is respect for the law, law. ;
p throughout ; said Bradford County Judge The Juvenile pled guilty to
'w 'world hear superior ra Theron Yawn In Tuesday's session driving his father's car withouta 5 lb. 4.85
il.hat. : a medal and of plea day after a parent license In Lawtey and with

high to state com admitted letting his son drive careless driving. He receiveda 50 lb. 42.50
'. ) the year. Get- the family car without a li warning from the Judge.

it.olio delivers. In solos or cense.
tKCOpttonal "Since the case was transferred
quality. only way to "You !knew It was againstthe from Clay County as PENKOLA BAHIA SEED

If you bel!.v.your : law yet you allowed him and a Juvenile case I'm pretty much
iin't. all it could b. com will travel encouraged him to break the limited as to what I can do." 5 1&5. 2.45
day for a free. d.mon,' If law. Actually you were contributing Yawn told the father. "But If
25. It la
what .the 6730 cnn do. to the delinquency of It happens again the boy will
the band will
lutely no obligation. Gainesville for a minor. be treated as an adult ancIyou'll 50 lb. 22.50
Stop in or moil coupon "Would you let your son steak be charged with contributing -
additional information May 11, ,
commit aggravated assault
to the delinquency of a

ADDRESS ,. .... ..
-.1 4 oz. Reg. ,49 .37
In other cases two Juveniles
CITY ..... ......... .. School,oard. pled guilty to a total of five

PHONr '..............., charges evolving from viola. : 8 oz. Reg. .89 .77
dons concerning the operation
ago of small motor bikes or mini 1 Ib. D-CON Reg. 1.47

AID CO. has been given to the Brad- .bikes. PELLETS '1.85 '
., .
ford Historical Society.; All received warnings from -" ;
2639 NW. '13th St.In last Tuesday, the Judge. W,,, : 1 Ib. D-CON Reg. 1.47
The appraisal was termed "Z n.y
Shopping MEAL 1.85
Nenl. ToWoalco :, most reasonable. Attorney John "I don't know why parents
spending Kopelousos was asked to contact provide these things so that COW +
376-0095 '' 1!
on the mid- Emerson to see If the $200 kids can get out on" the highways rdft
the entire bill since other and getrdlled. said Judge
under was ,
//r0/CICa- .(;4.../...-t.. '..".'., struction. Morgan con- persons had participated In the Yawn to a parent. dP M I 'i r MANURE 'na
"We had 25 solos and .en- i
zcn. suggested an Improved type; metal appraisal. "Kids get away from their =- I
ceiling, aluminum with parents and take the bikes out == STERLIZED
-Approved asking bids on a
baked on enamel finish, built $20,000 project to purchaseused onto the road and so forth ) WEED FREE
with Some has to be devised
In one-Inch square grids measure -
equipment for training In
great advantages accoustically so that we can handle NOW
the vo-tech center's semi-
4y i which said could be Installedfor these cases more efficientlyor 1.67
r r truck driving Also
course. approved -
,. $25,000. The board and It's going to become a com-
for bid calls were a
Casey agreed to stickto munity problem.
Supt. 3,000 radio and TV project. ,
present specifications Which 2,000 In diesel mechanics,and "I'm going to suggest fe o the 1 MICHIGANTOP SOl C
call for painted metal rafters law enforcement officers of this
1,000 In cooks and baking all
using fiberboard roofing for vo-tech courses. county; that we focus our attention PEAT _
sound treatment, like the present
the I
on parents.
Bradford High gym. -Was told by Supt. Casey the gest that we charge the par-sug- 50 lb., ?.vv 1.37 50 Its.a ? 1.37
-Approved reappointment and operations budget for the remainder ents with allowing an unauthorized S
of the only two administrators of the current fiscal t to drive Instead
placing person
now on annual contract year Is "extremely tight" The 'of charging the Juvenile.In 2 Cu Ft. '''inadanSphagnum
budget Is still In the black
Lennard Register, principal
Casey said,promising the boarda other case Malachi Smith
at Hampton Elementaryand Peat 1.57
pled guilty to both careless
Carl Clark, assistant principal copy of the spending bill within
driving and with operation of
10 days.
: at Bradford High School. a vehicle without a license. He
The school board questionedthe -Asked, on suggestion of received a $101 fine or 10
rr practice of placing administrators Chairman Rodney Hall, an Investigation days In the county Jail on each-
on continuing contract of the number of account. TORO
made to hold school buses operating now with
and plans were
Smith was Involved In an accident
outside mirrors
on only one
later this
work year
that topic. Board aide Double rear view mir In which he struck another MOWERS
to consider
car In the rear, causing
Charles Sawyer rors are a necessity for driving
Member suggested
when principals on four lane highways, It an estimated $1,500 damage.
that new FROM
was noted. Smith also admitted to,having
are hired, but most are no Insurance at the time of
young may be sometime -Declined to take action on the accident.
beforelta new principal a suggestion by Board Member
becomes necessary. Blaine ,Thompson to seta Larado L. Huett pled guiltyto $ ?
work session with the BHS driving while intoxicated and
Casey said the principals Athletic Department. Supt. Casey was fined $151 or 60 days In
would be the first to agreeto noted that annual contract Jail. His license was also revoked -
the annual contract status, teachers are due to be notified for the customary period -
that he knows of none who If they will be reappoint. of 90 days.
would not want to go a different ed April 1.I "There will be Allan Coleman Groover pled
position If not effective
recommendations In several
guilty to failure to have vehicle -
as a principal. departments from which the under control and was
-Approved payment of $200to board might get flack."he said fined$36 or 3 days. Roy Wayne
Don Emerson, Gainesville adding that such a meeting would Braswell of Starke pled not
for appraisal of the old courthouse delve closely Into admlnlstra- guilty to a charge of reckless Golden
property, and of $175 to tion' driving and had his case transferred .
Surveyor Merrill McM lan. The board agreed but said, to the county court trial Fertilizer
I The Job was ordered when the on suggestion by Member docket.
r school board was considering< Charles Sawyer It would like I I
Randolph Bracey and Kathleen 6.6.6100% ORGANIC WITH
selling the property; but It since to hold a series of work sessions -
Morris Kline both failed
.. with various Instructional to In court Tuesday on. MINORS rft
/ of the high appear niters
i departments charges of speeding and war- 50
i'ft : school In an effort to become
rents for their arrest were
familiar with the
more operation with bond set at $501. Ib.Gntfom
...... of the school system. Casey b.ued.
said he thought that would Forfeiting\. bonds were Russell
..- th certainly be 'In order. Board E. Manning, Otis Ellis, CLEAN GROTONE
I <<
'l'' .. members thought the recent Robert Henry Taylor. Wayne PELLETS 9.7.7 Weed & Feed
i, work session with principals Devere Boyette, Elwin Lloyd
a r most informative, they indica Bolllnger, Robert Hasan Ben- WITH MINORS
A.k' ted. ale Danzy, Willie Turner Jr. f74 '- NOW 4.95

-Was asked by Chalrmal Hall and John Leslie Astholi. 50 Ib. 3.39 s: ./s
5 3 Years of A C T ION Charley 1 to consider establishing a suggestion -

system for school em-

State and NationOn Eo ployees. KH GolfereTop

For.Community,, Johns BakerKeystone 1/2/ PRICE SALEALL

this yard Anniversary of the founding of The American Legion,
About This. Question: golfers' romped PACKAGED BARE
,> ,.we salute the Legionnaires of our community and their fellow My Neighbors over Baker County and BaldwinIn
,trek "Flit Insurance can neverreplace a trI-match Tuesday afternoon -
.members throughout the Nation. Uniting veterans of all.. the treasured and ---- to get back on the winning ROOT TREES SHRUBS VINES
unique beloojria side of things after the Indiana ,
a ages from the four wars of the Twentieth Century, the Legion, personal ..-.c-
lost In m fire uncle a* finished last Thursday In a

t through its many action programs, continues'to serve the photographs. .,...., four-way match In Ocala. Pest
and collector. Items la The Indian team posted a 12- Complete
i. community and the Nation on many fronts. "fire prercntlon" the an.siwer lover par 156 to easily out-
r\ by removing new. distance Baker County 24 Control
i papers, flammable rnbblah strokes off the pace at 180. Service

Starke Builders' and by Insulating all heat Baldwin finished last with a
Supplies, era from 1 193.Keystone
wood p'rtltkinT' Jim Luekel was
low medalist for the match witha GARDEN:
E. t* two over par' 38. Bret,Cole 101lDA
in ruo|> *ratioii withJonesLangfordWhife" and Bobby Hayes were ono
stroke back with 39s and Larry 1St
JOHNS AGENCY Turin ett rounded out the CENTER

Post 56 UI' w..darned lucky. four man team with a 40. NTIOL
131 So. Walnut St. to get Richard Adams led the boat 539 E. Call Street
attack on the day I .
my was
Wildcats with a three-over per tea
The American Phone1 M4-M70
Legion eligible for retirement. 39. Henry Adams paced Baldwin Phone 9645745a.II.nlll.

with a 42.

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I I Bad Breaks Hurt BHS

. Green Tosses Runners In Palatka GoA

classic of .- ..
example> agoryand
One Hitter ecstacy was the order the .
day for Tornado thlnclads Sat-

urday as Bradford took third Big Red
place In the Palatka Invitational

Relays, close behind a strong I
Ocala Vanguard team. .i'i RunnersSweep

Palatka South using strong ..
distance team along with "great
AtClayHighSophomore depth and balance" ran away
with first place In 15-school
meet with 92 points. : i

Ocala Vanguard beat out the -- TrtrMeet
Tornadoes In the final eventof '+er
Charlie Creen' the meet to take second
hurled a one-hitter In the place with 67 points. Bradford
first mm of his career as the : ended up In third place with Senior Captain Jimmy An-
Tornado baseballers "put It 64. points three points behind drews ran away with two first
all together" to shut out Clay Vanguard.Bad 3wr place finishes In the hurdles

High 11-1 Tuesday after fall luck preyed upon the and anchored the mile relay
ing 6>.4 In extra Innings to Tornadoes throughout the meet, team to a second place finish
Fernandlna Beach Friday night. starting In time trials In the Tuesday as Bradford swept by

The win Tuesday afternoon morning and continuing until the Live Oak and Fernandina In a
was Bradford's first In three final event of the meet was over. home trl-meet.
starts and evened their Florida "Levy Lennon took a bad II_ IlwI The Big Red finished first In

Star, Conference, mark at 1-1. I spill In the trials of the 100," the conference meet with 97
said Loper. "Vernon Barber points. Live Oak was close behind -
It was a ease of "sweet re- +qa
; 9f1Y"u was spiked by Tim Crews during with 81, while Fernandina
venge" for the Tornadoes Tues a hand-off In the finals of rJ. : finished last with 12 points.
day as !they pounded Clay High the -440 Relay." Bradford
for 14 hits, shutting out the was Andrews took first place In
Blue Devils 11-0 for five In- running In first place but had the 120 low hurdles with a 15.5
to settle for third clocking and first In the 180
nings. In the lint game of the following the ,
season between the two. Clay accident. lows with a 21.3 time. lie also

High rallied late In the game "Jimmy; Andrews was anchored the mile relay team to
to edge Bradford 4-3. : knocked offstrlde and almost a second place finish with a
down In the finals of the high 51.9 on his 440 leg.
"We Just jut It all together," hurdles but still came back to lSenior ., '
beamed Tornado Coach Wayne "It was a real good close
win It. Bradford then suffereda "
meet, said Tornado Coach
McLeod. "Our hitting came near tragic hand-off In 880 Captain Jimmy Andrews streaks ahead of the rest of the pack in Tues George Loper. "Andrews
through, our defense really tightened "
up and our pitching relay day's tri-meet. Saturday Andr.w.' was named the high-point man at the Palatka turned In an excellent perfor-
came through for a change." Bradford ended with second Relays with two first place wins In the hurdles. mance for us as he has been
the event three tenthsof
Bradford played errorlessball w place doing all year and helped to
a second behind a fast Clay
year.for the first time this yk + riP High( team with a clocking of fine 100 In 10.1 and a great anchor split In 22,1 In the 880 relay, Donnie Burch Just being set the. pace for the younger

Green hit two singles and a 133.3. Both the Clay High edged In the 880 run in a fine boys."Steve
team and the Tornadoes bet- time of 2:03.9, and the 440 Strickland, Jimmy
triple while be threw hitter
a one
the old meet record of
tered and 880 relays almost pulling Ricks and Levy Lennon also
striking out four and walkIng -
two. P 1:35.: Union Hi Nine It off after mishaps. turned In excellent perfor-
Bad luck again struck the Tornadoes mances In the field event.
Gary Melvln along with Green, In the final event of the "The little known two-mlle- .
led the Tornadoes In hitting with meet, the Mile Relay, and relay team of Joe Gordon, Carl Bradford took two first places
two singles and a triple In three possibly cost them a second Hunsinger, Jimmy Cauley, and two' seconds and three
times at bat.Bradford. Paul Parsons finished fourth, thirds In the four field events.
started the game on Joey Bennett put a Blue Devil out on' first In Bradford place Going finish.Into the final event, WiHiston with Gordon never having run an Steve Strickland took first

the right foot scoring five runs first double play of the season. Bradford was In second place Tops 880 In his life and holding his place In the pole vault, clearing
In the first Inning. Lead off with 58' points, Loper own 10 feet. Levy Lennon took the

: batter Cleo. Johnson singled on plate and mode them< hit the Both teams.added runs In said. "Vanguard was third wijh, j "Not getting but 4ilrd place Jump other>with first an place"outstanding in the long
an Infleld rounder to start ball. Something we haven't been the third Inning and Pe 57 and"Clay fourth at 55. by Jimmy Ricks In the high 20' leap"of
'. things rolling. He advanced to able to fur "Going on the final leg of 8"ARicks
K. do. dine scored again In the To Gain and other"polnts In the
second as Eddie Hazen was Williams struck out four bat- the mile relay Palatka and SplitLake Jump no took second In the high
". and sixth to take a "-2 lead. remaining four field events was
thrown out on first. Larry tors while giving up six hits Vanguard were running one- ,, Jump, clearing 5-10.
Brown then followed with a and walking three. Gary Thrift With one out In the bottomof two. We were third, but Andrews perhaps the most"disappointing "Mark Hodges, Larry Pat-
double scoring Johnson and later the sixth and trailing 4- was closing fast on the part of the meet erson, and Donnle Burch all
scored himself on a dou- was the Tornadoes winning pitcher while 2, Joey Bennett tripled to leftfield first two runners, only to havean Butler baseballers splita Inning on three doubles, a single turned In excellent performances -

ble by Joey Bennett. nlng hits and walking giving three. Ricky Bennett then popped over eager crowd surge pair of games over the weekend and one error. Center- for us in the distance e-
Ricky Bennett then singled up Fernandlna eight Beach out straight up to the shortstop onto the track and In his path. crushing Williston 11-1 In fielder John Nelson led off witha vents" Loper said. "And us
Joey. Riley then stole Jumped Joyce. Joyce lost the ball In flat VanPelt walked the first three placesIn
scoring "Andrews ran over one five Innings Friday nightbefore double. John taking
to 1-0 lead In the
second and third base and an early the glare of lights and the ball kid and third. Whether Belles. first Lifters "
first Inning as lead-off batter bounced off his glove. placed falling 6-4 Saturday to putting wee runners on the 100 really was great.
scored triple by Gary second
a have
on he could taken and
Duane Surano singled. He stole Richard Cason hurled a two-
Melvin. Melvin scored the fifth second and scored on a ground Joey held up at third and or not, we'll never know." hitter Friday while Dale Green Julian Ditto then slammed Hodges placed second for the
run of the Inning on a passed ball which was booted by shortstop Ricky made It to second on :The meet did hold a few slammed two hits, scored two another double scoring both Go By Tornadoes 5:07.5 clocking.In the mile Paterson run witha took

ball.Bradford Eddie Hazen. the error. Gary Melvin then bright spots for Tornado run- runs, and knocked in two In lead- runners. Ditto later scored as second In the two mile In
went on to add two singled to deep center field ners. Ing the Posey got on with an error
Bradford evened the score Tigers to their second
rune In the second, one In the Mike Cosentine singled.Mike 11:17.8: and Burch placed first
scoring both runners and 1-; and
win In four
at 1-1 In the bottom of the InnIng "Probably the best two exam starts
third the and Tornadoes three crushed In the fifth the on a run by Larry Brown. ing the game. ple of this was Jimmy Andrewsand Lake Butler first scored in Zimmerman third double then wal-of Eastside (See Page 10))

as host Blue Devils 11-0 for five With two out Eddie Hazen sing The loss to Fernandina gave Vernon Barber," said Lo the second Inning after Terry loped Bolles and
led to center field and then the Tornadoes an 0-1 recordIn per. Hamilton got on first with an the Inning to score Posey
Innings. the an early 4-0 BHS weight lifters won a FABCINATINOWALTER
stole second Larry Brown the Conference while giving Andrews came from a near error. Green singled to center, give Bulldogs match In Gainesville

FERNANDINA BEACH GAME singled, advancing Hazen to the Pirates -1-0 record. fall and last place, to win the Curtis tdvanclns Sirmons Hamilton to third. lead.Fred Slrmons made the score Eastside 31-28 last Wednesday against t 71I=
singled driving
hurdles a
high In In
15.4. the
Fernandina Beach scored two Joey Bennett singled to cen- Friday Bradford will travelto trials he set a new meet record In Hamilton for the first run 4-1 In the bottom of the first winning three of fir first places -
runs on wild pitches In the ter field and Hazen was thrown Fernandina Beach to a rematch of 14.9.Andrews. of the game.Green as he tripled and later scoredon and showing good depth.
eighth Inning Friday night to a single by Woodley. Their next meet will be a-
at _
with tune set _
out at the plate. game also took first place and Slrmons then both _.r. ?_ "'
Gainesville School 1 1a
slip 6-" by the Tornado base- Saturday night the After neither team galnst High &
Ricky Bennett then walked p.m. In the 180 low hurdles with a scored as DeWitt Griffls got
bailers In extra Innings. the second Bolles added next Wednesday In Gainesville. "I
Tornadoes will be back athome
and both Bennetts stole base Griffls
a time of 20.5. base
on on an error.
another In the third to pad Besides three of six first
Bradford In against Falatka South. Game
scored two runs Brown scored Slrmons
as on a passed later scored as Fred
For his efforts In the hurdles their lead. Posey led off with places BUS took second and ,
also 7:30.
the bottom of the sixth to force ball. time Is : the
the game Into extra inning. and his anchor of the mile relay knocked an Infield out to a single and later scored on a third places In most of other

Neither team scored In the team. Andrews captured highpoint pitcher. wild pitch by Woodley. events at Eastside. The three
seventh. honors and a troohv. Trailing "-0,Wllllston scored Lake Butler picked up two top places were taken by Chuck
KH Runners Vernon Barber after being Its only run In the top of the runs In thebottom of the Inning Norton Brad Carter, and Den-
With one out In the top of third. John Brown walked and
spiked, "ran a great 22.6 splitIn to narrow' the lead to two nis Crawford
the eighth! Fernandlna' Duane the 880 relay and then a got on .second on an error. He runs, 5-3. Fred Simmons first The contest Is divided into
Surano was walked by Tornado really super. anchor 440 In the then scored on a wild pitch by singled and stole second base. weight classes, with each class
pitcher Bernard Williams. 'Cason. He then later scored doing three different lifts the
sprint medley with a 5.9" as on a ;
He then stole second and advanced Give Baker the team set a new meet recordof Leading 4-0, Lake Butler put double bY Woodley. press, bench press, and the
to third
on a passed
2:04.1."There. the game on Ice as the Tigers Woodier scored as Cason got clean and Jerk.Eastside .
ball. the go-ahead run tremendous exploded for four runs in the on first on an error took first place In
on third and one out, Mike were several -
bottom of the fourth. Kerwin the 100-123 pound lightweightclass
Joyce tried to .!PIeze 'bunt. examples" of that 'will Clyatt led off with a triple with a 460 pound lift to-
burano WM thrown out at to win' and excel Loper said.
and scored on a fielder's choice. tal. BHS' Leonard Sapp was
home, but Joyce. was safe at Tough BattleEdging "Others were Levy Lennon's Curtis Slrmons then got on first second with 395 pounds and

first. on another fielder's choice and L. Butler Mike Calm third with 380.
Joyce advanced to second and went to second on a sacrificefly In the next class 32-148
third on passed balls and Bobby by Griffls. Eastside took the first, sec By
Bauer walked to put run- ond and third place with Du- ALVAREZ
Erb turned In 5:08 TornadoEdge Faron Dukes singled and stole Thinclads6th
ners on first and third base bose taking first with 530
70-67 put Keystone mile run to take a first place second putting runners on sec- HERE'S A REAL t
with two out. Coach Wayne Mc- Heights, Baker County; thlnclads Steve second In 5:19 ond and third. pounds. Powers second with FISH STORY
Byrd was :
Leod then took Williams out handed the Indian runners a Taking the first three placesIn John Woodley then slammed AtPalatka 490 and Williams with 490. Here's the fish story to top
and put In freshman pitcher defeat In their first meet of the 440-yard dash, KH was ByPalatka a pitch to deep center,which the Eastside also took the first them all. Did you know that
Tommy Wise. the season Tuesday night. led by Robert Henderson's 56.7 center fielder missed and both spot In the 148-165 class as there .Is a species of fish! that
Wise's first two pitches were "We were close but not close for first place,Tim Coetzman's base runners scored Whittle lifted 560 pounds followed can walk? That's riljht. In ]India -
wild and the two base runners enough," stated Coach Roy Bay- 58." for second place, and Bob Se Lake Butler picked up another by Wayne Tetatone from there is a small tish knownas
scored, giving the Pirates a les;. "But It was our first by Herman's 58,7 for third three runs In the fifth to BHS with 505 pounds and Steve the Climbing Perch. This fish
8-.. lead and the game. meet and we did pretty well." place. Edging one stroke, 188-ies take a ten run lead by the end Lake Butler thlnclads captured Crawford with 500. has the ability to move across
Bradford outhlt the Pirates sixth place in the Pal- BHS ruled the next class takIng
Danny Babb tied for first by Palatka South Bradford High on the fifth. land and has been (known to
8-6 and both teams left eight Just finishing their third weekof place In the 180-yard low hurdles golfers won their sixth matchof Cason fanned eight men while atka Invitational Relays Sat all three places as Chuck climb over rocks.
runners on base. The differ practice, the Indians< still In 23.0 seconds. the season before bowing by giving up only. two hits and urday In their first outing of Norton was first with 570 Scientists say his( fish is ableto
ence In the game came In fielding must get In shape for the track Mark Mordent won the 8811- eight strokes, 172-180. Tuesday walking six. *W Days was the the season. pounds followed by Wayne Lam- move about by use of Its
while Fernandina made on- season Coach Bay less says. yard run in 221. Fred Yaymtn In Fernandlna Beach. losing pitcher, striking out Among the 14 other schools bus with 500 and Randy Gas- pectoral fins. These fins are
li'one. "This Is the first year we was second In 2:24.: Terry Gaines was Bradford'slow three, while walking two and participating, the Tigers made kins also with 500 pounds used to "crawl" the Climbing
"We got some really fine de- really have had a track team. Pickren ran the 220 yard man with fbur-over-per 40. allowing seven hits. impressing showing In the field Carter was the only placerIn Perch along. The fish has special -
fensive play and some really We did all right for the first dash In 25.4 seconds to win the Gaines boded three holes. events. Lake Butler capturedthe the 181-198 class from BHS breathing capabilities which

Poor," slad McLeod."But there time, and we have the nucleusof third spot for Keystone. Ed Watts and Danny McKInney first three positions In the ts he was first with a 100 allows it to breathe In the wateror
was no In between. a good team." Keystone took all three places stroked 42 each. McKlimey SATURDAYSteve shot put and the first two In pound lead over the second on land.

"With two straight losses I A 17 foot effortgotlfeystone'sDick In the two mile run. Mor- started off bogging the first Posey struck out 11 men the discus place man. Carter lifted 640 We can't top that laic but we
could be feeling bad If we Passwater third placeIn dente won In 13.6 minutes. Tim hole, but later In the match and scored two runs one Senior David: Campbell earned pounds In the three lifts as are sure that we can provide you
weren't >playing! our mechanicswell. a Goetzman was second In 14.9 came back to shoot par four hit to win the rune for himself first place In the shot put witha Johnson from Eastside lifted with the tops In service. Drop In
But we are and with a the broad. imp. Jack Fun- while Larry Knepper came in straight\ hole.. Saturday night as the Bulldogs throw of .47 feet. Stouten Howard 535 and Pendley lifted 530 today and see for yourself. We
derburk high Jumped 5-3 for a Watts from Bolles Lake was second for the Tigersat for third place.
few breaks we could have won third. did almost the opposite adged appreciate our customers and
both games second place. Keystone's mile relay team of McKlmey when he shot Butler 6-". .43-10 and J. W. Lacey thirdat "We were very pleased with fish .
that's no
"Fernandina Beach Is favored Hans Heunlck threw the discus of Robert Henderson, Steve BHS's only birdie of the match Posey fanned 11 men, while 42-1. the larger boys but the smaller -
as one of the top two 104 feet for second place. Byrd Bobby Hunter, and Dick on the first hole. The first giving up.\ only five Howard a senior at Lake ones need to work harder. .
teams In the conference and Is Mike Wrinkle's 95-f.oot toss Rasuate all took first placeIn hole Is par four, 390 feet. Later walking one as Bolles lowered Butler, captured first place honors stated Coach David Hurse."we
picked by ws good enough tot third place. 3.53 minutes. Watts three putted on three the Tigers mark to 2-3 for the In the discus throw at look for a large ImprovementIn
we can get many our bitching rightt Keystone runners took six e greens. season. John Woodley was the 1311012. Campbell was second Eastside" also commented +

we can still make a run for first >places In the running e- Big salaries for pro aiVItitt ," Richard Roberts had a bad losing pitcher, striking out seven with a throw of 130-feet. Hurse. rtoahoA
the conference championship. vents. Danny Babb won the 120- should reduce vioUnc case of the shanks at the first while giving up nine hits Lake Butler's Benny BoyMns Gainesville will have a lot
"Bernard Williams did a yard high 4mlckGedaBaseeker in tile ttand How can you of the match but Improved. and walking three. placed fourth In the long Jump more seniors than our group
pretty good Job throwing the onds. Hans boo a man who makes martin Johnny Peeples was low for Bolles Started things out right with a leap of 19-4.. and they will probably. be tougher -
ball. He strike out many man for lint place In the 100- a year than you will In a Palatka South with a two-over- for themselves Saturday night, The Tigers' scored a total of than Eastside. U.S. 301 NORTH
but he got tile ball across the yard dash In 10.6. UfitimtT par 38. scoring four runs In the first 25 points. PHONE 90-7500

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THE RECREATION CENTERBANTAM '.," '. 1/. ','wl, ." ..' ,''j !\.;'I'>; CustodyTwo i Board Assoc.'

{;.'i. minimum security prisoners ";: I'I'f To Meet Here.

d ...." '". who escaped In a dump f, '\ I'
truck from the Ralford State. .: ,. r A mating Gf me FJorfdr
BASBALL Five teams were represented Prison teat Thursday have '; i School Board Association's
at the meeting and will be -- now been apprehended and ) District I Is set in Starke
The Bantam Baseball Program re '," ., ,. .,. !. Eighth
Is now well underway with sponsored) by the following! .f turned the prison. ;: on March accordlnlrtoBrad-
95 boys taking to the diamond Barrett! Concrete. Product's Rubin Lewis Bower 23. ': tord School Board Chairman
l very Monday. through Friday.. serving a 2-1/2 year term for R '
Bialock's Meat Mullet Koch' poslat !
and \ me meeting to
The boys will be divided Into Drug Store Norman. braking entering In Dade
their permanent teams.. and County; returned voluntarily to elect a vice-president to serveon
week and will get down to work Colonialthe Rleaguechamps the >prison early Sunday the state association's board
In preparation for Opening Day, Plans call for the to morning and was taken Into of directors from AUchua.
scheduled April 19. The boys, open Its season on League Tuesday CUI Danny McKlnney/ studies a difficult putt en the number Bradford", Clay, and Union
In the meantime, are busy selling April 18. The ; Samuel Daniels, 24, seven green.Tliinclad. CounttM. Hall says.
teuna'wfl :
play, Is set at 8 pAIn
Tit meeting
their candy so that they who had served nearly two years
a 18
game schedule with
may qualify to make the trip(. In each of a three year sentence for the Holiday Inn In Stark:
to Disney World scheduled for games played half. League fraudulent. use of credit cards Wins. April 4. Pratt trot each Tuesday ands was apprended last Sunday School board members attend

Thursday.This night by Jacksonville Beach

ACTIVITY MARRIED COUPLE'S NIGHTSCHEDULED year's. league should be rry'Y'1', t:'. street Police while walking down the, 2:05.2 In the 840-yard: run with .a :\::::&::::&i:1: #:'iq:1:;:1:::1 1 1:::;:;:w;:::::
cjilte. Interesting since we have The two escaped early Thursday clocking. ..
lowered the age limit reiydrements morning when they over- Levy Lemon took first place : :: : ::
The Starke Recreation Department to Include: girls 14 yearsof LIr powered another Inmate steal In the 100-yard dash In 10.5. ::; I ::>11i

will offer a sports age A March 27 entry dead a truck while working on the Teammate Tim Clark was also y'r '
married line has been set for teams to prison farm. clocked In 10.5 and was award- 1i 1iII
program on Monday for evening. couples enter this years play. r I I The third Inmate was not In- ed a second place.

We have scheduled a meet- jured. Vernon Barber was third for
Ing for Monday night, April 3. Last Thursday officers area centered law enforcement Bradford In 10.8. ''I

7:30 p.m. In the Old Armory Mayer John Lindsay( New their search around Klngsley BUS RESULTS: .
building. We would like for York watts America .to pall Lake, following a call which Shot Put 2)) Farkn McClel-
all who think %; MOBILE HOME
be persona they might cut of Vie..... Meanwhile, Proved to be a false alarm.Sfravbeny lan 40 1012. ; l11i;
Interested In
In this program participating to attend so there are ethers 'wbe are .in Donnle Thomas lets fly a discus et dusk. Discus 3) Farlon McClellon ;:;::::: ;:::::::

that Ideas may be discussed. favor ef palling eat ef New Thomas along with senler Fatten McCellan have been 11 2-1/2. ::::::::' %
Some York. leading Bradford's Pole Vault 1)) Strickland 10- :ti::: Add-On Air C"lien""" System
activities that could be welghtmen this year. feet. i If Xi
developed are mixed softball
High Jump 2) Ricks, 5-10. : :
game Mother-Daughter using a 16", Father-son Softball Beauty GoStarke' Long Jump 1)) Lennon; 20-8 m:;;;; 36,000 BTU unit for 12X60 trailer };;r;!;;
New CUBB Directors 3)) Tim Crew i I:::::: '::::: .
games, shuffleboard, ping pong' Seated At.Meeting 120 HI Hurdles I 1) Andrews :r \
tennis, volleyball, badminton, "" Jl&1IIorWoman'.Cluband 15.5; 3)Jimmy Cauley. :$: INCLUDING \1@f

etc.We Over a hundred people gathered >pointed> members were absent. nominations for permanent the Starke Jaycees will 100-yd Dash 1) Lemon, 10.5; ':::;::: :::
couples could and form compete teams In of all three of at the Civil Defense Thirteen seats now remain board officers at the next board sponsor the Bradford County; 2) Tim Clark, S)Vernon Bar- 'r;j AU. !.AIlOR & Ml1BIAIS' 111 fa!{;

the above activities. building Starke: Monday night, the board, with twelve meeting on March 27. Strawberry Queen Pageant A. ber.Mile
Let us know you are Interested Feb. 28, at the regular monthly off these to be fllld by the appointees An orientation talk to the new pril- 8th at the Bradford County Run 2) Hodges- 5:07.5: ; .j@ "'I! IAIU"OU 1 1 1;
by attending the April 3 meeting ofthe Board of Directors > from civic and government board members was given by Fair. 3) Patorson. ..aumuIW .M
of CUBB Economic A. organizations In the Wesley Cbesnut, As.latantDlr- This year's contestants must 880 Relay 1) Crews, Clark.
gene Inc., to witness the seatIng -. four counties and one by election ector of the State Office of reside In Bradford County; and Lennon an. d Barber In 1:33.8.: m1jj;< Electrical Service From Your Source 1 j! j
of newly elected and appointed from District 2 In Clay, Economic: Opportunity; who be between the ages of 16 and 440 Dash 4)) Hodges.
MEN'S LEAGUE board members. County.; challenged the board to fulfill 180 Low Hurdles 1 1) Andrews 11 r: rl
HAS SIX TEAMS A plaque In grateful recognition : its responsibilities to the peopleIt 21.Entrants will be Judged 'm 2L3; 3) Cauley 4) Mark Patray. $761.50
ReY. John Ilaymon of Penney of continuous and dedicated represents as well as to the natural beauty; only. This shall 880 Run 1) Burch, 2:05.2;. ) ru m
The Men' Softball League Farms, a member of the original CUBB Economic Agency: saying be Interpreted to Incliide figure, Paul Parsons.
will be composed of six teams CUBB Board of Directors service to the CUBS that no agency Is any better than face, hair, personality; and Spring Medleyl)Malachl Hen :::::::: Phone 9C4.8463STARKE ::::::
this and CUBS
year. Board Agency was ry Clark, Lennon. and Barber
administered the oath of office Its board of directors. poise. Judging will be
Qualifying teams are: Crau- presented by Nelson Rlos,Executive evening 2:05.4.
to the following elected representatives Following' "adjournment, a appearance in swlmault, :
dons Communlty.( of low-Income a- Director of the agency social time was enjoyed, with gown!, sportswear and 220 Dash 2) Hendrlth. 25.2 I111II &W&haslOOdiRnt l
; reas: Mrs. Pinkie Higgins, In absentia to C. F. Holmes refreshments prepared and street clothes.Entry 3) Richard Fill; 4)) Williams, ,
Gulf First Baptist Church, and Mrs. Molly Cunningham, Mrs. CUBB Board President for served by: Neighborhood Service blanks may be obtainedfrom Two Mile Run 2) Paterson. :::::: 1 :::
two new entries this year areBranding Margaret Moore, and Mrs. the past two years and five Center staff from the four counties the Chairman, Mr. and 11:17.8; 3) Hodges; 4) McRae. tJW :e't
Iron Restaurant, and Pearlle Jefferson, Clay, County, months tend because, who of was illness.Mrs. unable. to at- under'direction of Mrs. Mrs. Jim Lawson P. O. Box One Mile Relay 2)) Crews I
Lawtey. Mrs. Arnelto Allen and Mrs. Annett Hughes, Project Dir 928. Starke, Fla. or phone) 964- Hodges Burch and Andrews, '..Sriddlf
The league Is scheduled to Florten Copeland, Union County ector. 510L(: Deadline! for entering Is 3:35.4.:
Joyce Rlberd, a member -
get underway Monday, April 17, ; ; Mrs. Barbara Bruno. Mrs. Marcl129.
with double headers scheduled Catherine Dean, and John Sherman :of the original CUBB Board
each Monday Thursday, and Bradford County; ; and EIder Directors with almost continuous
Friday nights. The league was Richard Farmer and Angelina service-on the board
originally scheduled to begin Jefferson Baker County since that time, was presented .. .
Monday, April 3. but made for and the appointed representatives i a plaque In appreciation for
a single elimination tourney from government and civic her outstanding service.Appreciation
for the league entries during organization Homer Newell plaques for meritorious
the week' of April 10. All gomes and Miss Catherine I>rompp. service were presented to long-
will be played at Westslde Park Clay County; ; Mrs. Becky Cook time board members and ..,...
Athletic Field.POWDER .. and Robert A. Driggers, Union workers with the agency Mrs. ..
County; : and Mrs.Theressa Holiday Arnelto Allen, Edgar Lewis and .. '

PUFF'SOFTBALL, Bradford County; ,, 411* Rev. Preston Perry. Certlflv'eatssot.appreclattonwerepre-r .,... .04..}. _. "" ' TO OPEN APRIL 18*" elected. board' m.mberswew. ",. : ; -' ., "t"\\ 11\-\ Ib', +'. IJ.....
present for the Installation, k seined to Mrs. Molly Cunning >l7amn t 1'ta,,, -1r u
A meeting was held Mon while seven of the twelve ao- ham, Robert Scott, longhand ... 2 '' i+ nrlt'moarlast. 1n ,"" .
day March 13, to organize the Lillian Skulley for
1972 softball league for girls valued service and corsage
and women. TYPEWRITERS Manual or tokens of appreciation their
This years league will be Electric. For sale or rent. service on the board and interest .
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called the Powder Puff League.. Bradford County Telegraph In the work of the agency "I. j"1'11
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Girls ages 14 and over are were presented to Miss Chat- now. "
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eligible to play. Drompp, Mrs. Catherine
Tebbe, and Mrs. Iris Parish. .. ; .
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The newly-installed board e- ,t ; + '. efa r -+r+:y.h gufrfc $Kppice Supply Manager .; :.,. .. .
lected Homer Newell of Clay t 4 -* *. l%* JIK.X !.,. ., .OHMtoEKHARD c...+. ,gv '

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Hurst Named .

To Fla., League
Cities Committee I W Ty
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Starke Mayor Carl Hurst was
recently tfpolnted to serve u :
a member of the 1972 commltte
Community;)' Affairs of the
Florida League of
The Committee on Community; _
Affair !.one of seven standing LllL
committees which encompass
more than 150 elected officials :
lnv lorlda.' .Serving on the 1973 &
committee will be 25 members A
under the chairmanship, !
of Mrs. Vivien S. !Rogers,com r D

missioner Ida League of PreehintDick Dunedin. The appointments A.* lt

Greco, Jr., mayor of Tampa. 4 .
The committee was established ,
to study and discuss tiF

matters the'of local cities: legislation of their area affecting __ BEEF PEOP

with their legislative
gation.. The committee Is dele-concerned PRICES GOOD THURS. MAR. 16 THRU WED. MAR. 22 430 WEST MADISON STREET, STARKE s

services with providing to urban municipal areas .-Tr.:-: ", Quantity Rights kLAQITiN J I
adjacent lee, consolidation of services, : .., .
Improved annexation procedures i ')Ii ,. COPYRIGHT l 1972 ?
municipal Incorporation i IF!\ ii'N..'.., .
double taxation: and other mat :& v
ters pertaining to cities.. I.....i ,J/ft"./ +.oif/O'-
First meeting of the 1972 .
league committee has been ; ;
scheduled during the Eleventh .
7'' .'
Annual Conference for City ,, 8I '
; '
,; :
Officials and City; Attorneysto
be held following the close I! r'i;. "" '
of the 1972 Legislature. \\10: .-i', ..t /<. S,
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Grace United Methodist Sun N.Y.STRIP
day School 9:45 a.m. Worship
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m..
MYF 6:30 p.m., 'Choir practice !;
Wednesday 8 p.m., Prayer -
meeting 7 p.m. The WSCS ROAST STEAKS BEEF OClal7
met at the Church last Tuesday\ ; ct
evening with 10 present.
.Church of God: Sunday School:
10 a.m., Worship services 11 98 9921c
a.m. and 7:30: .,.m. Family e $
night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. $ ,
Highland Baptist: Sunday '
School 9:45: a.m.Wrahlpmeet-( 1 0

Prayer meeting a.m. and W : edey7 ::' # 5

p.m. followed by Choir Practice. -
Sympathy Is extended to the pq
family of Mrs. Jessie i Durban IL.
who passed away on Saturdayof SAVE lie-W.D aRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WDPAANDSEEFCUPID

burndale Mrs.last week.OnIe was the Thornton Saturday of overnight Au- Canned Ham .3 $2"SAVE California!! Roast >.. 98C Sfeakeffes 2 IKO.' $))99


Crews.Mr. and Mrs. Danny Phillip! Chuck Steak I. 88C Shoulder Roast $118) c Bacon ,20, 59c c
and Bryan, Mrs.J. B. Bradley LI. LI, PKO.
and Corky, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Prevatt spent Sunday
at Shlpman's Fishing Camp on .tp

Slutta.Fe. ,. ,
Tr .
Mr; and Mrs. Earl Denmark A .ArRa A a. A .,.,t .wip t ro cn.
and children of Jacksonvillewere SAVI 11e.DeeI'SOUTH KRAFT 1000 ISUt! THRIFTY! MAID U.& No.. 1 REGULAR

Lois Carter.visiting, on Ms Sunday.mother, Mrs. Peanut Butter 'ft::. 88C Salad Dressing 3 eoniesa100 Spaghetti 7 ''SSsr:' $1 1 Potatoes 20 & 79C

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crewsof THRIFTY MAID 4-PACK THRIFTY! MAID FRESH fUfNP'apple

and Baldwin Mrs.. R.were L. Bradley visiting Mr.onSunday. Juice 3 Ss $1 Hunt's Jels 3 CANS' $1 Apple Sauce 6 Ss s $1 Pole Beans 2 Ie3 49C.

Mrs. Joann was visiting Meaner" her of Jacksonville parents -- Tomato Juice 3 CAMS- $1 l Macaroni Dinners. $1 Apple Juice 3 ouARTs88c Cabbage 2 HEADS 39C
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Den

mark.Biloxi Mr.( ,Sunday.and Miss Mrs.spent Greg the Dyal week-of Dill Sticks . 'M.:. 39'! Green Beans 4 CANS. $1 1 Bartlett Pears 4 sa S $1 Breyers. Ice Cream* q-1.29}

Dyal and family. 32.... Lunch 'C'A'N-- 8 Ss 88C Cream Pies 3 'PIES' $1 1
Mrs. l Llnnle Harrison of Max- Tomato: Catsup. earl! 48c Meat. 38C Cut Beets .. ,
vllle visited Mr. and Mrs.J.H.
Eunice and family(on Thursdayof
last ''
Mrs. O.J. Phillips returned ffi
Friday after a three-week visit
with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Redd JUMBO BOUNTY TASTE 0' SEA 9-oz. SEAFOOD PLATTER or
In Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mn. -=.:;..; SALAD DRESSING Slade 21C
Redd accompanied her and spent
the weekend here. PAPER MIRACLEWHIP PERCH .
On Saturday Mrs. Phillips ti
Mr. and Mrs. Redd,, and Mr. -
and Mrs. Bill Gasklns visited 48
Leslie Phillips In St. Luke's
Hospital. They found him Im TOWELS 32-or. DINNER
proving. ++, JAR
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent

C.E.Monday Strickland to Wednesday In Gainesville.with Mrs.' 1t f_S Limit.Molls. with $7.50 er mere purchai. Limit Miracle Whip or D..p South Salad Dressing of or 7-ox. SHRIMP DINNER
Mrs. Strickland accompanied excluding cigarettes. Choice with $7.50 or more purchase excl. clgarottet.
her home and was a Wednesday DEEP SOUTH
overnight guest of Miss Terry sQTQ llc

sons Mrs., Kevin Danny and Bryan Thompson of Jacksonville and $ SALADDRESSING $ y33 c
spent the wekend with *
Mr. and Mrs. W..F. Moore. 4 3
On Sunday they all enjoyed family 38rI
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. c
J.W. ,Thomas and Jay In Live q ROLLS FOR

Oak.Mr.. and Mrs Fred Boyerof rcc 4, 32.oz. JAR
Visited the Mooreson D '

Thursday. Tomatoes' LI., 25C Joy Detergent. :song: I 58 Large Eggs . 2 _. 89c c
The Board of County Commissioners -
Florida will of receive Bradford( ;sealed County bid, c e e 2 HIADS 39c c Elbow; Macaroni ("'. 10C 1 c Fruit Cocktail 5 CANS $1 00 c


at cars County 10:00:until; Maintenance a.m.Wednesday at the Shop April Bradford on Pot Pies . 6 1'0.Pies. $100 Tomato Sauce 5 CANS $100 1 W K. Corn 7 CANS'''0.. $100

North Grand street These i-
tems may be seen it tile Maintenance ct

Gilbert shop.S. Brown .".. '!..'!.=.._................. "....Y....Y..................... ... .. ..................... "f"_. _'!....... .,...............'i ...."............-........... :'

3/16 Clerk 2t 3/23 to Board EX..RAt. EX.TRA. EX.TRA. EX.-R4. :i Ex.--R :'I I .

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o MS. CAN : 21... BOTTLES J PIS-PAK : J S J .ifla Astor Coffoo : Ch.k Drinks Trash Can Liners fIJ Pin. Sol r Salads ;
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iTcmiALs> r. Bradford Now In Ulth YearBradford ,I :r( 'tfmm5'8'! I .r-'

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,,:, ,,.' first engagement with the suffering fl the people of this burning of a turpentine still at DAY"Dear
County Is In Its "HONOR
now Saxton then settlement between
', county, Just as It did
'rJ, >'. enemy. Capt. Bradford was, war-born
lllth been createdby
year Star"
Bradford and LawteyX to
brave. Just, generous and enlightened -' to the
legislative act In 1861 the dIItsSowta Mr. Matthews,
and his native State of soldiers have covered nearly an acre of
year marked by the outbreak upon whose soil he fell, an&whose and at least one leader, ground, and traces of U could March T twen-
of Civil War hostilities. night ,
: Tuesday,
cause has been conso- Capt.; John C, Richard who still be seen .50 Years later. American
In the -
Historian tell MM that a few people met
Yankee raiders were thwarted ty-two ,
Starke Has A Choice NowSince scattered shots were fired at -- .. on at least one occasion In the Legion home to .,.
the Union i team ship "Star of '("..,...._ ..:.;.,.('" !Iiii'Ii'' county; when* word of their approach clde If they should try to or-
the West" In South Carolina ..t heralded and mnlze an "Honor AmericaDay"
Ita Inception the Starke Retail new shopping center after new shop- waters as early as January 9. owners was of another turpentinestill for the Fourth of July.

Merchant's Committee on redevelopment ping center. Finally, someone will 1861. but April is the month ,. hastily constucted vats These people, representing. local -
has build Usually associated with the civic and governmental organizations -
of the downtown area been another shopping center In i to off their valuable resin
less than bowled over with enthusiasmfrom Starke out where property; Is less war's actual outbreak, when Into run a nearby pond. After the were skeptical due
Fort fired of beta-nd J active
Sumpter ,
WAS lack
upon to the
the group that should be most expensive where there are no other On November 28 at that fret Union soldiers left" finding participation In last. year's
Interested In the project the down- buildings In the way. ful year the Florida House of nothing of value the resin, FIRST endeavor. After much
town merchants themselves. It Is ob- Representatives passed Chapter which floated on the surfMU of thinking, debating suggestingand

vious to any but the most prejudiced, There will be a huge parking lot 1,300 No.( 43) Laws of tar''it" the pond. was easily salvaged consideration of Improve

or most complacent that Call StreetIs with easy access to a main hlghvfey. 1861, dividing New River Coun- by After quick-thinking the four bloody natives., andheartrending ments over last year thegroup
ty with the northern portion ahead with plans
something less than the shopping It will be NEW decided to go
and CONVENIENT.Given tt
named Bator County; and the 0 years -- on a for this year.
center It could be. southern portion named Bradford fateful Palm Sunday April 9. Being present at that meetIng -

that choice where do you think County; in memory of Capt. 1865 the gallant but; vastly and listening to the discussions
Fewer'and fewer persons use Starke shoppers will head? Bradford first Florida officer outnumbered Army of Northern I was somewhat upset .
for a major portion of their shopping killed In the war. He fell In the Virginia surrendered to with the knowledge that

needs. The new mall In Gainesvilleis Starke merchants Battle of Santa Rosa Island, the Union forces at Appomattox there was reason to doubt the
now have a choice.
near Pensacola.The courthouse, and the war people of Bradford County's
only 30 minutes away and Jack- They can act to develop what is now act was passed by the was over. Interest In such an event Then

sonville's grand assortment of shop- downtown Starke into a shopping center Senate on December 0, 1861, ", Bradford County; was Just four remembering that my own active

ping centers Is Just an tour away. or they can wait until somebody and became a law with approval ;, years old. Florida had a Republican participation In last ear's
Attractions of such places have won decides to build a shopping center by the Governor on December \\h\j\ : Governor with the power event was far short of whatIt
out over the convenience of shoppingat nearby. 6 of that year :,. ; \ under the old constitution should have been I felt a-
Baker County was named In kt. "',' to appoint county commissioners shamed and determined to doa
home In the familiar
stores. .
same .
honor of James M. Baker who .
school board
members better Job this year.I .
The downtown committee will soon served as a Judge of the Fourth and other !officials. shudder to even think that

Wide highways and high speed auto- bring forth a plan of redevelopment. Judicial District i1 i1I\I Bradford had a Negro county four years before Its 200th
mobiles have opened ever-growing a- Local merchants must be ready to New River County had been 1j j commissioner -- ".Sh.rIaBlye' Anniversary In 1978, we may

reas to the average shopper' from support that plan, or some alternative, created by partition on December from a part 21,of 1858 old ., <: ; \ !1W from the western pert have already forgotten the true
: of the Fourth of July
of the At time when meaning
.. county one ,
rural places such as Bradford County. with their ;
dollars .
; If they wish down- Columbia County; which was \ / ,.."..... ...,. .. INDEPENDENCE DAY our national
; In the -
.. funds county treasury
Local people run downtown for a lit- town Starke to survive over the next created In 1832 before Flor- .s.' ...... .I.rl/.I.i;," :. : ; :;. ,.:.\. ,:. ; ..'<:;. ;.'!::::' : 'i" :' '" \.'l'WIJIInr especially lowa birthday because marks

tle something, but they head for 30 to 40 years. ida was admitted to the UnionIn .. >: 7'r: "' '';. ( not uncommon complaint) the date when the thirteen colonies -
1845. The mother of all ;
Gainesville declared their Independence -
or Jacksonville when .. and the Commission continued
they're considering an Important people' it does not of course was expansive: Ala- to bills for payment from Great Britain and
pur- chua County; ,,. which embracedthis approve
howStark United
became nation the
itself a new --
chase. develops. In spite of entire area In territorial Z IlJl me old oarky took the floor and States of America! From
the town and is days. h said, "Mr. Chairman, I movesus
; growing. / that point forward the colonists
don't out no more
Starke merchants must begin to In years to come there will be more In an official report of the ; ; ; money till us pay gets some." were no longer Englishmen,
Battle of Santa Rosa Island .... .
compete with these bigger markets than enough but Americans, and the futureof
people to support a pro- Oct 9, 1861 Col. J. Patton Governor Drew, In 1876 was
If the town Is to retain semblance of gressive the first Democratic Governor their country was In their
the community; and business center Anderson commander of the crated with his blood, will long served with considerable distinction. after the Civil War, and from own hands. This future Is now
shopping status It
has known In The Chamber of Commerce reports Confederate forces, wrote: delight to honor the memory of that date there were no more In our hands as It has beenIn
the past 30 40 "First the list (of losses) .
or But on
years. there that 90 per cent of its Inquiries a son whose short career has Negro appointees. preceding' generations and
Is little evidence that local stands the name of Capt. RIchard The county was fortunate In
mer- come from shed lustre upon her arms and When the new Constitutionwas shall be In generations yet to
chants realize this or will admit the seeking housing Bradford, let Regiment whose fate'she laments as a that no battle was actually fought adopted In 1885 It providedthat come.
obvious. locally housing which at present is Florida Volunteers He fell at public calamity.; here the only "depredation by officials should be Thanks to you, Mr.Matthews
nonexistent.The the head of his Company. In the Yankee soldiers" being the
The war brought hardship> and elected rather than appointed and other members of the His-

.. ... .... torical Society an effort Is
I ,_._".._---- "'".. -- e lll
time to begin preparing for BSSSKSS being made< to preserve a part
new business center Is a 11:1,11 woisla.I!!! By Martha Sue McCain of the history of Bradford Coun

If steps are not taken, there is no chants and NOW. Mer- .';'flllfrtflfff fl CountyEatensioa ty.; Let's expand upon that and
landowners must provide .. ) let the whole country know that
place for the
town to
go except down, the Home Economics( AgemBRADFORD 1Ttg
spark to .
while other keep the drive alive. 1JI1 JL1 Bradford County' appreciates
areas nearby, will grow They have the most at stake. Heritage and ''Honors Amer

\ ica". ,
by George Huggins Between now and the Fourthof
COUNTY FAIR for potatoes, he was given a July, I plan to write something -
I'm sure you know by now plot of land by the King of each week about the Declaration -
I A New the dates of the Bradford County France. He promptly planted THINGSWe of Independence and
ApproachA ; Fair are April) 5th to 8th. potatoes In the field which \J Its signers. In closing this let-
If you have entries lobe Judged was guarded by a soldier ter I would like to quote froma
remember that these should throughout the day. People be- speech delivered by Abra-
meeting that will have far-reach
as having the most modern rescue be brought to the fairgrounds came curious and stole potatoes ham Lincoln at Independence
ing significance for Bradford County ambulance service In the nation Involving Monday afternoon,-April 3, or from the unguarded field have many special eventsof our farm magazines predicts Hall, Philadelphia February 21,
; will be held In the courthouse here advanced communications, the morning of Tuesday April at night Some of them were the year that remind us rain lef not believe It until 1861:
tonight (Thursday) at eight o'clock. 4. Articles entered In the fair eaten and others were plant- of some special occasion. I after the Fair. l"I-have never had a feeling
well-equipped Intensive care vehicles, must have been completed since ed.Once do not remember one that, for politically, that did not spring
Under discussion will be a proposalto and highly trained personnel. A close last year's fair. What about when the potato plants'were ,many of us, could be called RURAL-URBAN-CHICKEN from'fie( sentiments embodiedIn
liaison Is maintained with military one of those ponchos you have ." In bloom the Frenchman ,"the .1ng- -tIIe month." I Just ,Our :Starke Rotary Club> Is the Declaration{.lndepen- ?
take the most advanced emergency ...'babe&:flu:ttlb"8fb\ ;-bttabling' the Jack r _..crocheted;o hone of.tbkdress-:;,:: presented a bouquet of the flowers 'fIn1.hedPU tJna down all the again sponsoring! a chlckandlOf. ,iij""Jdence.have, ':' often"pondered
medical care delivery system in the sonvllle es oJ:.pants suits you have to the king who >placedone ,things' I thought might be'de- nor at noon on the FAIR opennibeIng ) 7aver'tihe' dangers\ which were
nation and it to include Control'Center to obtain made? In his buttonhole and Day. There will be a
expand a seven- gave ductible for Income tax and very Incurred by the men who assembled -
county; rural area around Jacksonvillea helicopters on request for the trans- Since school will be out, we the rest to the queen. She later the list looked pretty good. brief program Inside and very here and framed and
major urban and medical center portation of medical patients In are expecting a lot of baked appeared wearing them In The sting came when I took near the chicken-cooking spot adopted that Declaration of Independence -
In emergencies. goods In the 'ou1l1cUvlslon.Jult lies hair. Of course everyone the list to my Income tax man The appetizing aroma will draw I have ponderedover
order to provide advanced emer- ; *, be sure to get your items In wanted to Imitate the sover that does the real figuring and you to the right the toils that were enduredby
gency medical care to residents and Three" 'City of Jacksonville before noon on Tuesday April elgns. So little by little potato he picks the Items to cut out There Is one little change the officers and soldiersof
transients in the rural area. ; proposes 4.The plantings became popular, and Well we talk about tarns but this year. Rotary Is Involved In the army who achieved that
with the aid of local and Federal Premium Books are a- so did the potato. we ought to be mighty; proudof activities of Civic nature for the Independence. I have often Inquired -

For some Americans -- especially funding to take the lead In the Nation vallable so be sure to get one Today there's no need to be the good thing. that taxes good of our county wide com' of myself what.great

those who live in with a pilot program for a .Control and check all the areas you devious about getting peopleto make possible This Is not ad- munity. They are especially principle or Idea It was that
remote areas -- want to entries. Do remember eat potatoes. And it's good Interested In youth activities.
Center and reception point (along put a mitting either that each of us kept this confederacy so long
adequate medical care is simply not with Gainesville) for serious medical you cannot compete a- thing too, because they are so Is satisfied with all of our In order to raise funds for together. It was not the mere
available, particularly on an emer- et yourself In the same abundant. Not only fresh potatoes ) tax structure and the way all such programs Rotary Is asking matter of the separation of the *
gency basis. The quality; of medicine emergencies In this Northeast Florida lot but Instant mashed potatoes ) the money Is spentOMISSION for a donation of 50 cents colonies from the motherland,

varies widely with geography and In- area. and frozen french fried for this chicken dinner. Rotary but that sentiment In the Declaration
CAKE DECORATORS: potatoes, as well are on the CORRECTEDLast members have advance tickets of Independence which
I come. Primary care physicians and Jacksonville proposes to carry out Please check new listings In Consumer list of the U. S. week we wrote a little or you may get your din gave liberty; not alone to the
J facilities are in short supply In many this program at a first year per capita premium books. and Marketing Service about a mighty good trl-county; ner tickets after you\ are Inside people> of this country but.
I areas and most rural people have the fair grounds if the 1
cost of $3.65 of which the Federal meeting with Farm Bureau Directors hope to the .world for all
trouble obtaining medical attention on BUNKA EMBROIDERERS: : participating The name planned number have not been future tine" .
I, short notice. Government would pay $2.72, while There Is a category Just for Baked potatoes are always of those counties was omitted sold. -Ralph Bryan
Jacksonville through its own funding this type work, Just as there popular. Mix a little chopped and their attendance was 70
would 93 cents. The Federal Is a category for needlepoint onion and crisp bacon crumb-
pay con- per cent of the total number.
On the 'average, there Is now one and les Into sour cream and use
crewel embroidery cross-
tribution would decrease in the second meeting\: was held In Starke
doctor for every 630 persons in A- stitch. as a topper for them. and we were happy to have Baker r-------------1
me rica. But In Bradford County with and third years with Jacksonville picking Just think how pleased you Fluffy whipped potatoes are and Union counties meet

I its four physicians there Is only one up the lion's share of the tab after will be to see your articles good broiled. Place dollops of with us.The .
that. on display at the 1972 Bradford the whipped potatoes on a baking -
per 3656. other little mlx-up was By Bobby L..Taylor
and broil 5 min-
County; Fair. sheet In the paragraph where I said

I There is no indication that this So 'far it has not been spelled out POTATOES ARE PLENTIFUL utes heat Serve and the nip potato) them dol-with that If we did not have peoplewe Strawberry growers should for the crops.) Call or come by

Just how much of the cost after the would not have problems. on the lookout for one of our our office If you have, or planto
situation will get better in the future. A meal j Just doesn't seem lops with any meat or poultry
Troubles of the world have and have
are a
Indeed there is every reason to believe third year would be borne by the complete without potatoes. entree. Grated cheese added caused by people. That Is true most destructive In number pests of now our gotten a sample crop from the soil.
showing a
that the medical care problem seven rural counties, and whether or This could be why some people before boiling makes them extra because we are always doing fields. The up two-spotted mite Is

will continue to worsen as older doctors not It will be feasible for Bradford consider them the single tasty things and certainly all we do one of the most difficult peststo .r.
retire or leave the community; County; to participate will depend most important Item In any Frozen french fried potatoes\ Is not good. The omission was contort, especially during a
and ones show no inclination largely on what Is expected in the way produce department, and why are testy; when sprinkled with that the Joys and happiness also population build up. Many of you probably have
think of
many people potatoesas and onion salt as
chill powder are caused by people been met by a 4-H or FFA
have caused
of But Several things
for the general (non-specialized) prac- finances. the concept is excitingand a staple In any well-stocked! : well as regular table salt member recently asking for a
the mite to get a good start Oils
tice that is necessary In a rural being realistic about the situation, kitchen FAIR FOR FAIRI year. Our of donation for the 1972 Calf

community. something will have to be done soon Potatoes haven't always been have stuck my neck out growing during Decemberb and Scramble. I hope that you have
by rural counties to upgrade their popular however. At one time Look forward to April 5. many times and often It got January. This extra growth responded favorably because I
people ate them only U there exhibit Help make squeezed >pretty> tight by things believe that this Is one of the
Statistics bear out the need for bet- emergency medical care facilities, or was nothing else to eat an gives the mite good place to
the Fair Just as big\ as ever. not working out Just that way.. most worthwhile projects ever
ter emergency care In rural areas, the death rate will continue to mount. According to legend a Opening day has been a big I am sticking It out again hide and. Our be recent protected warm fromsprays. weather Initiated In our County.; It not

where the death rate per automobile Frenchman used an Ingenious event for several years. Our by saying that Wednesday A-' enables the mite to repor- only makes an Investment In

accident is said to be four times Much Important information should be method to Upon create interest home In Strawberry Queen will assist prll 5. will be a beautiful day duce at a much more rapid rate. the youth and economy of our

greater than In urban areas and Trom disclosed at tonight's meeting and It is after potatoes.many years returning In Germany with the official opening. weather-wise and the 10 a.m. Biggest reason that the two- County; It also serves as a

heart disease as much as sixteen hoped that a good representation of city; where he had acquired a taste ribbon cutting to officially open spotted mite Is hard to con' means for all people, no matter
per cent Wgher. and county officials hoscltal medical our Bradford County Fair will trol Is that he spends his entire what their profession, to
work together on a common
bo ffood life the underside of
cycle on
staff members, Civil Defense, and law American Legion ObservingIts Fair officials and certain the strawberry leaf. The leaf worthwhile project .
enforcement personnel will be there to committees are meeting each acts like an umbrella for the Again, our Bradford County
Jacksonville Is widely recognized hear It. 53rd week to be sure that everything mite when we apply the sprays. Fair Is April 8-8.1 hope every-
Anniversary Is In order and ready to The problem then Is to get the one Is planning to participate. ,
go. Exhibit reservations for spray material to the mite. To In one way. or another. Our

Fifty-three years age croup This year's theme stressesthe livestock poultry and farmprdeyare do tills, we have to re-direct Livestock Poultry Vegetables,
-" of war-weary servicemen of need for Leglonalres due b thethe s our spray nozzles so the spray Field Crops, and other agricultural -
Bradford County World War I's American Expeditionary everywhere to anticipate. areas will actually lift the leaves and. exhibit areas are open to
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Force met in Farts of potential problems which,' categories Is what makes the move them around. all of our folks. If you have an
to build a civilian organization If Ignored, could lead to crisis .farm Image good. Kelthane Is the pesticide recommended exhibit, call us for an extry
1879 of war veterans dedicated to and to develop positive Hope many of you will enter to control the mite blank or a space In the fair.'

continued service to God and don programs which will diminish an exhibit to show some at the rate of 2 to 3 pounds of :
Country.The their threat of the good things we have In actual material per acre. This ; .
new' organization The History of the Legion records Bradford County.; Ten ears of material will not kill all stages

.1 MMta American Legion whose theme many such Instances of accomplishment good corn, an attractive pumpkin of the mite at one tune. For .
this year" Reach CutIt' Including the you may have kept, a pint example, It will not kill the cR I '; '
t' FLORI A ESSt Is nigh unto them Action Time.** Legion's greatest legislative of uniform pecans a bottle of mite eggs. A spray program f ,
of a broken hearts Action Is no stranger to The victory the enactment of the syrup Jar of honey a bale of should be followed every 5 to
t T M such a. bo of a Legion On the main streets World War n GI Bill of Rights, good hay and other farm, products 7 days until the mite Is brought .j .
spirit -(Psalm 34, of America more titan 16.000 and the pace-setting by the are good. under control.
107)t Posts are In action with their Legion in helping returning Call the Fair office 964-5278 Folks have really responded \
Vietnam veterans in their readjustment or County Agent's office 964- .7
vast array of beneficial pro to our drive to get soil samples
grams. In the Nation's capital to civilian life. 6554 and enter your exhibit for all of our crops. The
helplessness of our the Legion speaks with a The Legion Is celebrating Its) before the deadline date. surprising thing Is the Interest
E.L. MATTHEWS, Edlter-Publlsher comes this responsible bolos tor more than 53rd anniversary this week FAIR days are happy days many of our folks have beer
Published each Thursday and entered. Sea consolation; and 2.7 million war veterans March 15-17 and congratulations -' for everybody. You Join with they learn how to take a proper
Class Matter at the Past Office art Stark., ., this reprieve Membership In The Legion are being extended to Legionnaires people from all parts of the sample. I'm sure many of t the
and books are being -
I under Act.f* March 3rd. 17*. ever to begin Includes four generations of everywhere ,especially county. samples are more accrrate. than hit the ceiling over
distributed. You pick "thatyew
war veterans men and women members of JonesLangfordWhlte the ones I have taken. lance the regulation perhapsyou'd
Subscription. In trade. .r... 1 '..'; $5.00; will always bear one from Chamber of Com-
who have served In World Post No. 56 up sample Is analyzed, seers Is an better) reinforce the
trade areas 1 '"'. $5.50. the deepest pit of Wars I and n., the Korean Conflict for their many accomplishments merce or County; Agent's of opportunity; to dlscust both liming roof before reading this

and In Vietnam. ;In Starke and vicinity.; fice. So, even. though one. of and fertilization vracticea one"

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NOTICE: Ion unpaid together with costs In County Judge's In 1972 the property; will be delivered due under the
Nell ; provisions of AN ORDINANCE
Tanner relating to
and Lon- of collection Court to the Administrator. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT electrical utilltes In the unincorporated
nie Rhoden have made and For Bradford .lo- Section 608.33 Florida Sta- the Bradford County Develop- IN AND BRADFOR5COUNTY of Bradford
Application Have seized and have In my rids Thereafter, all further claims will FOR area
tutes be
to the Bradford County possession. the following des- certified to the ment Authority; providing an FLORIDA. County providing definitions
; must be Administrator ;
In ret Estate of James W. directed to the Governor of the State of Florida appropriation
Zoning Board for annual of $10-
reclasslflca- cribed personal property; to- Abell In re: Estate of requiring permit from Zoning
deceased. who
tlon of the will Issue a Procla- 000.00 providing an effective
property; described wlt: NOTICE ; LG. POWELL, deceased. Board before electrical hook-
TO CREDITORSAll Fred O. Dickinson Jr. mation at that time
below dissolving date.
Hi-A to BR (Retail 1961 Green Ford.Truck up; providing a penally; ;providing -
creditors said
of the As
estateof Administrator
Service.) K effective
Sajw 250' deep Tab* 45 14 an date.
of the following property; I D # F3SCN150128 James W. Abell. deceased, 3/2 4t 3/23 COUNTY ACCORDINGLY. ALL PERSONS INTER- PLEASE BE GOVERNED
are hereby notified and Diversified Market ESTED IN TIlE ESTATE
required Research OF
East <
562.8' of Lot 9 In Indian As the property; of the above
to file In.
any or Brooker Fla. BOARD OF SAID DECEDENTIYou
Beach Unit 3 of named defendant and that BRADFORD COUNTY
Section on demands which In The Circuit Court of Brad-
they may have Lewis Timber Co., Inc., : are hereby notified thata
9\ Township 8 South Fang Monday the 20th day of March ford
County FloridaIn
against estate in the office Starke. Fla.
By: GILBERT S. BROWN written purportingto
112 East. 1972 at twelve o'clock Noonon
of the county Judge of Brad- Re: The Marriage of Rose North
Florida Baby Butler. ClerkIt be the last will and testa-
This change: In classification said day on the premise S. ,
!s Marie
ford Thompson the Wife and
County In the Inc.
; Starke Fla.
3.16 ment of said decedent has been
Is subject to a public hearing of the Bradford County; Jail, William Edward Thompson the Clerk
courthouse at
Starke Florida, Redl-Mlli Manufacturing &. admitted to probate in this
to be held I (SEAL) (SEAL)
on Tuesday, March will offer for sale and sell within calendar Husband. '
months from Sales
Corp., Brooker, Fla. court. You are hereby commanded -
28th at 7:30 P.M. to the It 3/16
: In the County; highest bidder for cash the date of the first publica- NOTICE OF ACTIONTo Southslde Trading within six
Post Inc. calendar months
Commission room at the Brad- in hand, the above described
tion of this notice. Each : William Edward Thompson
claimor Starke Fla. IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF from the date of the first (*,-
County; Court House at property of said defendant to demand must be In writing Pierce Brothers Roofing It Is further directed BRADFORD NOTICEMr.
that a COUNTY FLORIDA licatton of this notice to appearIn
time all the aforesaid
persons inter- satisfy/ Executions and must state the place of Company Raleigh North Car- copy of this notice be publishedone this court and show cause T.J. Mann has made Application
ested shall be heard for / P. D. Reddish
the orgalnst Sheriff residence and post office address olina. time in the Bradford County IN REt THE MARRIAGE OF If any you can, why the actionof to the Bradford County -
proposal, of the claimant and must YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Telegraph a this court In said Zoning Board for reclassification
cified In the Zoning Code0of Bradford County Flo- newspaper pub- TESSIE B. TRULL, Wife and admitting ;
Bradford rida. ; be sworn to by the claimant,, action for dissolution of mar- lished in Starke Florida, In THOMAS LUTHER TRULL, will to probate should not stand of the property des-
County.; his agent or his attorney, or riage has been filed against which county; the home office Husband unrevoked. cribed below from EA to RI-C
John 2/24 4t 3/16 ..
Torade ChairmanBradford win become void according you and you are required to of the above listed corporationsare NOTICE OF. ACTIONTO THERON A, YAWN County That portion of the Wl/2 of
County; Zoning to law serve a copy of your written shown to be located. THOMAS LUTHER Judge NWl/4 of NEI/4 South of Hwy
Board In The Circuit Court of The February 13, 1972. ,defenses. If any to It on Theron IN WITNESS WHEREOF I : Bradford County Florida 18 and North of Branch and
3/9 TRULL Route 1 North
2t 316' Wlngato
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Flo- ,/sPatsy Abell TaylorAdministrator A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs have hereunto set my hand and Carolina By Delores Dumpier that portion of NCI/4! of NWL'4
rida In and For Bradford Coun- attorney, whose address is Post caused the Great Seal of the !: Clerk South of Hwy 18 North of Branch
In The Case* 1260 Estate of James W. A- Office Box 340 Starke, Flo- State of Florida, to be affixedat YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an First publication on March 16, and East of Bragg Branch in
County Courtof ly.
; Judge's ; In Re The Marrlaae of 1tA- bell deceased. rida, on or before March 31, Tallahassee, the Capitol this action for Dissolution of Mar- 1972. Section 16 Township South\Rge!
Bradford County; Florida. : First publication 24th Feb- 1972. and file the original with the riage has been filed againstyou 25-A.
In Re EstateofOUsE. ford C. Evans Jr., Husbandand on 10th day of March A. D. ii I Pierce 20E. Containing Approx.
: Leach L. Evans Wife ruary the clerk of this Court wither 1972. and you are required to George This change in classification is
Deceased. Judy 4t9316NOTICE P.O. Drawur1030
2/24 before service on plaintiffs a of written
NOTICE OF SUIT DEPARTMENT OF REVENUEs serve copy your subject to a public hearing to be
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll !: TO L. Route 1 ... attorney or Immediately there- / / J. Ed Straughn defenses if any to It, on Starke, Fla. 32091 held on Tuesday March 28th
creditors of the estate of : Judy Evans Attorney for Co-Executors
after; otherwise a default will Executive Director Theron A, Yawn, Jr., Petit- at 7:30: P.M. IntheCountyCommission -
Otis E, Leach deceased are Buffalo, South Carolina 29321. OF INTENTION 1.*. be entered against you for the (SEAL) loner's Attorney whose address 3/16 4t 46ORDINANCE room at the Bradford
hereby notified and required to You Are Hereby Notified that REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME relief demanded In the com- It 3/16 Is Post Office Drawer h._ __ __. ___ ___ County Court House at which
action for divorce has been
file any claims or demands an plaint or petition. 340, Starke Florida before
Notice Is hereby given that on or time all parsons Interested
which they may have against filed against you and you are WITNESS hand and the the 17th day of April NO. 72-2
the undersigned under the pro- my shall be heard for or againstthe
said estate in the office of required to serve a copy of vision of 20,953 Laws of Flor- seal of this Court on February ORDINANCE: NO. 72-1 and file the original with the BRADFORD COUNTY proposal as specified in
defenses If
the County; Judge of Bradford your any 18 1972... BRADFORD COUNTY Clerk of this Court FLORIDA !
either before
ida Acts
; of 1941 will register the Zoning Code: of Bradford
County Florida In the Court- on FLORIDA NOTICE OF INTENT -
; Gilbert S. BrownAs service on Petitioner'sAttorney
with the Clerk of the Circuit County.
house at Starke Florida with- SOS Attorneys for Plaintiff, NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON- THE ENACTMENT OF A
Clerk of the Court thereafter
In Immediately
Court and for Bradford Co- John Torode, Chairman:
whose address is 142 West Call
in six calendar months from SIDER TIlE ENACTMENT OF COUNTY ORDINANCE.
By Beulah M. Moody
the date of the first publicationof Street, P. O. Bex 1086 Starke. unty, Florida upon proof of As Deputy Clerk A COUNTY ORDINANCE. ;; otherwise a default will TO: ALL CITIZENS. TAX- Bradford County; Zoning
this notice. Each claim or Florida 32091 and file tha original publication of this notice the 3/2 4t 323PRELIMINARY; TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAX- be entered against you for the PAYERS AND OTHER INTER- Board.
demand must be in writing and with the Clerk of the fictitious name of Mr. Otto PAYERS AND OTHER INTER- relief demanded in the petition. ESTED PARTIES. 3/16 2tp. 3/24

must state the place of resi- above-styled Court onorbefore Beauty Salon, under which we ESTED PARTIES YOU AND EACH OF YOU are _.
dence and post office address March 20, 1972 otherwise a are engaged in business at 120 CERTIFICATEOF Witness my hand and the seal hereby and herewith given notice -
of the claimant and must be judgment may be entered against South Court St., Starke Flor- CORPORATE DISSOLUTION YOU AND EACH OF YOU of this Court this 8th day of that the Board of County e .

sworn to by the claimant, his you for the relief demanded ida.Otto are herby and herewith given March, 1972.GILBERT. Commissioners of Bradford': We will put up with almost
notice that Board of County
agent, or his attorney, or it In the Complaint. F. Siemor Jr. and Eloise IN THE NAME: AND BY THE the S. BROWN, County, Florida at their regular any bragging from an out-of-
WITNESS hand and the H. Siemer whose address is ; Commissioners of Bradford As Clerk of Said Court former *
will become void according to my AUTHORITY OF THE STATEOF meeting at 9:30: A.M except hit claiming
seal of said Court on the 4 603 Plnewood Drive Starke FLORIDATO County, Florida at their regular By Beulah M. Moody Monday April 3. 1972. will that the chuckholea where he

law.February 29th, 1972. day of February, 1972. Florida. Dated this 21st day of ALL TO WHOM THESE meeting at 9:30 a.m., Deputy; Clerk. consider the enactment of a comet from are worse than

1st Lester J.. Leach, Administrator Gilbert S. Brown, February A.D. 1972 at Starke PRESENTS SHALL COME Monday April 3, 1972. will County Ordinance to be titled: our..
Otis E. As Clerk of Said Court Bradford County; Florida. GREETINGS: consider the enactment of a 3/16 4t 4/6 AN ORDINANCE relating to
County Ordinance to be titled
Leach Estate By: Virginia F. Darby Whereas. C.W. ALDERMAN : ---
George H. PierceP. SEAULeputy Clerk 2/24 4tp. 3/16 STARKE, FLORIDA: M. F. -

Starke. Florida 32091 First publication: February 24, D.E. KMGHT\ ,ST ARICE. FLOa-
Attorney for Administrator 1972. In the Circuit Court Eighth IDdid: on the 6TH day of Every yLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceCENTER
3/9 4t 3/30 Judicial Circuit of Florida In SEPTEMBER A.D. 1921 cause

.. 2/24 4t 3/16 and For Bradford County to be incorporated under the
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civil ACTION. laws of the State of Florida CUT Pantry A -
In the Circuit Court of flo- Case No. 1237 BRADFORD COUNTY AB- REGULAR GRIND OR

rida, Eighth Judicial CircuitIn In The Circuit Court of Florida Dennis W. Grlffts and Ruby STRACT COMPANY a corporation SIRLOIN I I Pride, ELECTRA PERK

and For Bradford County.; Eighth Judicial Circuit, Crtffls, his wife Plaintiffvs- with Its principal place of
Case No. 1283. In and For Bradford County. Bernls C. Belcher and Lois business at STARKE:, BRAD-
In re: The Marriage of Wll- CIVIL ACTION NO. B. Belcher his wife\ Defendant FORD COUNTY: In the State of STEAKS COFFEE SUPERMARKETS

lard E. Williams Husband and In Re: The Marriage of Bar- NOTICE OF SUIT- Florida, and whereas such corporation STARKE'S
Melba Eloise William, Wife AM Green wife and NO.PROPERTYTO
bara did on the 6TH day of 32O S. WALNUT ST.
To: Willard E. Wllllama, James Green, husband. : MARCH A.D. 1972 cause to be
Route 2, Box 308 ,Salisbury NOTICE OF SUIT You are hereby notified that filed In the office of the Department C M ra plated It iron

North Carolina. To:' James Green Residence an action for Mortgage Fore- of State of the State of .. $129 LB 59 U.S.O.i. FOOD STMHrCOUPONS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a anti address unknown. closure has been filed againstyou Florida the documentary auth-
Petition for Dissolution of Mu> You are hereby notified that and you are required to ority required under Section BAG

rlage Injunctive and Other Re- Barbara Ann Green has fileda served a copy of your written ....... ,
608.27, Florida Statutes showIng .Yem. t01 NN:- -- w"
lief has been filed against you, suit against you In the'Cir' defenses if any' to It, on the! the dissolution of such. __. .. I..1--.t.-. _6, _"L.... ...nM wWNfI.......,..-...-..wr.Nr...." wMMIIR .
and a prayer contained'wltblp: ,", CourV'of' Florida Eighth' plaintiffs attorney, whose )
a. corporation. ,. 0" ., ,
the 1'cUdon4eggeai' $ t tfw.pqurt,.,,,odudicialUC4rCtdt,4n1A/and< -''for rli>,o"}throe iondi'address tat'George' Now, therefore J ,',{secretary' b ;? d. 1 1' ttC R1lffflJf

to award that"certain property ia'vBradfottMCounty: ; ; the suit being H. Pierce,".,P. Or Drawer 1030, 'bf State does hereby certify to BONELESS: FRESH I: V.s: NO.
owned by you and your wife, entitled: In Starke, F la.' and file the ori- the foregoing and that he is
Melba Eloise William, as ten- riage of Barbara AnnaGreen, ginal with the clerk of the satisfied that the requirementsof "'HIt" WHITE
ants by the entirety, locatedat wife and James Green, hus- above styled; court on or before the law have been compiled '"" ROUND
111 East Washington Street, band. The nature of this suit March 13. 1972; otherwisea with. FRYERS
Starke, Florida and more particularly Is for dissolution of marriageand judgement may! be entered IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I I POTATOES
described as: custody of your minor child. against you for the relief demanded have hereunto set STEAK !
Lots I, 2, 3 and the South You are required to file your In the complaint or petition. have affixed my hand and / FLORIDAGUDI'A."nsH'
the Great
39 feet 7 Inches of Lot 4 other pleadings to Seal of
in Block 9 in Temple's Addition answer the Petition or with the Clerk of WITNESS my hand and the the State of Florida, at Tallahassee ; ,IJNH/f1!Ilf/JAr/ i:

tying and being in Sec said court and to serve a copy seal of said Court on Feb. 15, the Capital this the $ 29 C 14cc
6 South SIXTH day of MARCH, A.D. 19
tion 28 Township thereof Petltloner'sattorney. 1912.
Range 22 Eastto A. Z. Adklns Jr., Ill S.W. Gilbert S. BrownAs 1972 11II LB. 2 L8 l
your wife, Melba Eloise Williams Third Street, Gainesville Florida Clerk of said Court ltp 3/16

In recognition of' her on or before March 27, By: Betty EdwardsAs _
special equity therein or In otherwise default will be entered Deputy Clerk IN COUNTY JUDGE'S: COURT .
the alternative, to order its against you for the relief (Court Seal) IN AND FOR BRADFORD 1 SLICED 1/4
partition and you are required demanded in said Petition. 2/24 4t 3/16 FLORID
+** aAinrn a copy nf your Anfl_ WITNESS hand and the PORK LOIN
my V POW-
In Estate of L. G.
war or Ptdlng--t the Petition seal of this Court, this 23rd e t
on the Petitioner's attorney day of February. 1972.
George H. Pierce P. Gilbert S. Brown Sealed Bids will be receivedup NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
O. Drawer 1030, Starke Brad- Clerk of the Circuit Court to and not later than 11:00A. creditors of the estate of

ford !County.; Florida 32091.and By Beulah M. Moody M. April 17, 1972. in the L.G. POWELL deceased are 11 LLiaRt!
file the original Answer or Deputy Clerk office of the Business Manager hereby notified and required to

Pleading in the office of the 3/2 4t 323In Florida State Prison, for .file any claim or demands: .rerun. & MELLOW
Clerk of the Circuit Court on the sale of Pine Pulpwood and which they may have against nnnienl ram ALA | CORN KIRNEl OR IleNlrl/J
or before April 3,' 1972. If Pine Timber on a lump sum said estate in the office of the / i 16.5.i CREAM Ii
you fail to do County Judge's Court, In and basis. The offering Is com- county judge of Bradford County Golden Ripe

by default will be taken against For Bradford County Florida.In prised of approximately 300 Florida in the courthouse at G NPEAS OR ;!

you for the relief demandedIn re: Estate of James W. to be divided Into ((2) Starke Florida within six TOWELS 1e01
the Petition. Abell deceased. acres calendar months from the date BANANAS
two are gener- :
PROBATETo of the first of this LIMAS
This notice shall be pub- NOTICE OF ally worked out turpentine a- publication .INYSO.ASSOaTiDCOLOIS i 160i CANS
interested in notice. Each claim or demand
lished once each week for four all persons and of round tim- I
weeks in the Brad- the Estate of Said Decedent: reas areas must be In writing and must .
ford County Telegraph. You are hereby notified thata the Harvesting successful Is bidder to be within done state the place and residenceand GIANT $ I ROSE DALE $ .._ 9 tIC
written Instrument purportingto post office address of the 3:1 6/ IE' ,
Dated: March 1 I. 1972. the eighteen 08)) months period : I I BRAND Im"
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk be the last will and testa- beginning July 1 I. 1972, to De- claimant and must be swornto ROLLS BY ABBY 1I"m/
By: Betty Edwards ment of said decedent has been cember 31, 1973. Bids shouldbe by the claimant, his agent, I
Deputy Clerk adm'tted! to probate in this sealed and returned In an or his attorney or it will become 1

3/9 4t 3/30 court. .You are hereby com- envelope marked "Bid for lump voM according to law.
March 6th, 1972.
-- manded within six calendar sum Pine Timber Sale to be '
NOTICE months from the date of the opened 11:00 A. M.. April 17, EXECUTOR GEORGE N.- PiERCE CO- riElbfC SHOW

Bradford County Zoning first publication of this noticeto 1972" and returned In sufficient DOGFOOD
Estate of L. G. deceased
in this court in admitting bid -
time for the
Board: has made Applicationto appear open- r P
the Bradford County Zoning said will to probate Ing to: Jim Chasteen, Business I I
Board for reclassification of should not stand unrevoked. Manager, Florida State Prison Executor ,

the property described below Theron A. Yawn CountyJudge P. O. Box 221, Ralford, Estate of L.G. de- 100
from Open Rural to Rl-C. Bradford County Florida 32083. ceased. M+ W i'COMPARE
Sections 23 and 24, Township Florida 3/2 3t 3/16

this 5 South change Range in 21 classification East. Bys Clerk / Betty; A. Phillips 1972.First publication on March 16, Out)*Cf|i vfo cM :' |COMPARE a::
is subject to a public hearingto First publication on Feb. 24, NOTICE OF NAMES OF George H. Pierce S White Rain Hair M NOIttII :* 99c
be held on Tuesday, March 1972 PERSONS APPEARING TO P.O. Drawer 1030 Skinless Franks ':"ail::: :: 49c Miracle Whip Ul e OMMIM4 II 01 MlMMTtV 59c 1 Spray Ot

28th at 7:30 P.M. in the County Brad- 2/24_ 4t 3/16 BE OWNERS PROPERTY OF ABANDONED Starke Attorney Fla.for Co-Executor. Dressed Whiting''".:;.':::w: :'. 29c i Strawberry Preserves '."'.';::' 59c 2 Halo Hair Spray "'= MC:: 49c

ford Com-nisslon County! room Court: nt the House at -- Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter .3/164t4/6 Fried Fish Sticks NI:,w o":: 49c J Sunaid Grape Jelly 'If 49c i Holsum Peanut Buttern -: 75c

Interested NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO 717, Florida Statutes entitled -- -. ..
which time all
persons Potato
39c Chips ::
Cheese '- 79c Sunaid Apple Jelly .WIN 1
shall be heard for or REGISTER FICITIOUS NAMU! "Florida Disposition of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Daisy Wedges i i

against the proposal as specified Notice Ii'hereby given that Unclaimed Property; Act", notice DISSOLVE CORPORATIONSNotice Sliced American Cheese -u 79c \ Suave Shampoo 1.,1NI.N.3::\ : : / J : : :: : //$1
of under the I.1 hereby given that the
Code the undersigned pro-
in the Zoning is hereby given under _
Bradford County. vision of 20,953 Laws of Flor- owners of unclaimed personalor the provisions Section 608.36. Mellow Age Cheese Loaf ""'" 69c i Suave Hair Spray M'-: .I.i":: 49c i Chinatown Rice ..".0 39c

John Bradford Torade{bounty Chairman Zoning with ida. Acts the Clerk of 1941 of will the register Circuit Intangible; presumed the Florida corporations Statutes, listed to each below of, Cream Cheese M"l Ol PW* 29c I Hair Spray '"''ro"o: : : .... 49c Long Grain Rice 1:,;:::',':.. 39c

Board Court. in and for Bradford Account number 8-0101-0002; the same being Incorporatedunder
3/9 2t 3/16 County, Florida upon proaf Pieffer Bertha M. or John the laws of Florida, and CvcryftayLowPrke ,
of publication of this notice C., Route 2, Box 24A, Starke. according to the records of the
the fictitious namo of Ham- Florida. Department of Revenue each PANTRY ICO COUNT
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE mond's .Discount House under Information concerning the a- and every such corporation appears -ROCKER Pantry Pride CLOVERLEAFDROLLS
Notice Is hereby given that which! I am engaged in business mount or description of the delinquent for one 0)or PRIDE

P. D. County as Sheriffof at 301 North,. Starke Property and the name and more years in the filing of ASS CAK*|? MAYONHAISC ; TEA BAGS
Bradford Florida Florida. address of the holder may be reports and payment of taxes
under and by virtue of Writ Mildred Hammond, solo owner -' obtained by any persons possessing under the provlslonsof Section

of Execution. to-wlt: whose address Is Rt. 2. an Interest In the pro- 608.33, Florida Statutes and
Execution issued out of Small Box 29 A, Starke Florida. Dated perty; by addressing an inquiryto that under the provisions of
Claims Court of Duval County this 18th day of FebruaryA" Fred O. Dickinson. Jr., State said Section 608.36 Florida
Florida pursuant to a Final D. 1972 at-Starke, Brad- Comptroller as Administrator,
Statutes, said corporations have --------------
Judgement for General Finance ford County, Florida Abandoned Property Division, been classed as subject to dis- COUPON ryDcylowPrkc vtryDtylowPrk 1.yhyLPrlce .1..yhyLPrio IWCfyDilyl.owPrlc.I .
Loan Co. of Jacksonville North Capitol Tallahassee Florida.Be solution, and that sixty((60)days) I FOLCCR'SIINSTANT I PRILL Pantry i rU LAMOUIC.t 101",1..111/ut' I AMI* ItTU
Florida and against Nick CrU- .2/24 4tp 3/16 sure' to mention account after date of this publicationeach COFFEE LIQUID SHAMPOOOiMM PIZZA FRENCH WHEATBREAD

fls & LltzleCrifisdefendantt bal-, Indignant voice on the bun number name and address Unless as and every such corpora- 601 JAB SHAMPOO In the amount of$691.49 a these, kids talk published In this notice. tion listed below that has not OFF: win TM ance of which $581.87 remains The way Invented proof of ownership Is pre- In the meantime filed its 'reports I ....< .*.,O 1110.1. MIN I ,... *! 2 9L Ilea 67 i1.77C 2 2 9 29
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ed Is PredictedFor Fatally Stabbed

Florida "* f

C. H. Padgett A Raiford Prison inmate Les- An investment in Your futuree !
prediction that
ter Riddle of Duval County,

Starke Curtis died II. Friday Padgett,,March 78, ]10.of will nine have made million a population persona of by eightto 1980 was with stabbed another inmate to death, prison In a fight officials ? 'W IJ 1M ITlI 1M ;

was at the Rotary Club revealed last Friday. Irp I ttl
In Bradford County Hospital. Wednesday, March 8, by Vic- The Incident took place March t1li r III'
lie was a former resident of tor M. Knight, president of 9. [
Miami, having retired from the Quality; Broadcasting Corporation His alleged assailant, Mal- \ LI !! UtI Lltit\ : : :
Miami postofflce after 27 yearsof owners of radio station l -Fa rtiOT 1es Irons b, tlitro wW roe land Ills"

service. lie was a mem- WGGG In Gainesville and other achi borough Timmons.County was 24, questionedby of Hills- 1_.._,_.. _"' _. _"."' -"..> _;,W' 'W"11IIII,,., ,' ._-_. _..,...._... ,........__'Wlt _" _-- --..., <''t" 6. .._.._... ...;. \
ber of tile Church of Cod. Florida properties. ; 8S' ', WI. -,,_ ";< ,_ .WI....."W'f.' ')'!I:3''' ...... .. .".., ,....."' ,,.. "'_ __ 1t"llimR THf' ._ ""VoII"'""" -- ''S
investigators for the state
Surviving Is his wife, Ma- :.
bel Prevatt Padgett; Starke Speaking on "Florida Then
The victim was serving a life OF CHRIST: Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom-
Curtis Padgett..
three sons, Now and In the Future, Mr.
Starke; Byron Padgett, Boston Knight said the state had one sentence on a first degree murder Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: : Schedule of Services:
Miss.' and Albert Padgett of million visitors annually In conviction. Timmons was Morning Worship lUa.m. Youth ship Services, 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday. Bible Study 10 a.m. '
Feldn. Fla.; four daughters 1930. By 1968 this had risento serving a six year sentence for Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed- 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng -
Mrs. Linda llcddlng, Mrs. one million every other weekend robbery. ship 7 p.m.Thursday. nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible vice 7:30: pjn. Everyone wel 7 pjn. Worship 7 p.m. : .
Brenda Ordway, Mrs. Lulymay and by 1978 the predictionIs night Prayer MeetIng Class, Thursday 11 a.m Church come. Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m. '
Bigson, and Mrs. Dolores Pugh, that the state will host one 7:30: p.m. located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor P.m.Rev.
all of Miami; one brother, Carl million visitors every week. FIRST BAPTIST David Hodges Pastor 16.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Padgett, Orlando;a sister, Mrs. CHURCH -J.P.II. Bell, minister CHURCH
Lily Brantloy, Grandin; 22 The net growth rate since Sunday Sunday School GRACE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday. School
Pre Services
grandchildren, and seven great 1960 has been an average of 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worshipat CHURCIISTARJ grandchild 2,000 new families moving Into 11, sermon "God's GreatInvitation" Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- METHODIST CHURCH Booster and Service Young) 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- 7.James Shaw,pastor.
Funeral services were heldat the state each week, the ; Bell Choir Prac- Ing Worship at II. Training Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn People, Prayer vices: Sunday School.' 10 a.m.
2 p.m.Sunday In Jones Me- speaker said. This means that tice, 5:30: p.m.; Church Train- Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- Ing Worship H a.m. Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.Training Un-, BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
morial Chapel with Rev. Y. W, Florida will need 600,000 new ing, 6:15; Evening Worship,7:30: ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer vice 6 P.m. Evening Worship, Midweek Service John, Wednesday ion 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER FLA.
Kldd officiating. Interment was shelter units to house these sermon "Ready For His Re- Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hil- 7:30 Pastor.: p.m. Rev. Strickland 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Templepastor.Sun-
In Prevatt Cemetery families by 1980, and there tiirn." T. Odom Jr., pastor. liard, pastor. -Wilbur Dyess. Pastor day School. 10 ajn.Ron
Monday Bell Choir Prac- Superintendent. Training
will be an additional 600,000 BAPTIST CHURCH
1\1 fS. Bennett automobiles tice, 6:15; Youth Choir Practice AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas, Director -
on our highwaysand Raiford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa)
streets, he said. p.m.Tuesday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- PROPHECY, Worship Services II a.
Young Musicians Ing Worship 11 am.; Evening Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- m.. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser-'
Mrs. Connie Lou Bennett 71, As a result of Its rapid Choir, 3:30: p.m.; Prayer Meet- Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday;( Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Ing Worship 11 jn. Young Peo vice, 7:30. Levers Outlaw music -
of Route 2, Starke, died Thurs- growth ten times.the national ing and R. A. Meeting 6:30. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.: Training Union 6:30 p.m. ple's Service, 8 p.m. Evangelistic director. .
March 9, after an extended average In 1967 the state -Charles Thomas pastor Evening Worship 7:15 P.m.
day, Teachers and Officers Meet- 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
and will continue Services
now faces Wednesday Night Prayer -
Illness. Born In Lawtey on ing, 7:15; Church Choir Prac- ing every Monday. 7 p.m. EVERGREEN BAPTISTCHURCH day Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
June 1 1900 she the daughter to face Increasing problems, 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle
was tice, 8 p.m.Thursday. G.F. Prevail, pastor. Everyone Come and worship with us. E. Beagent Road
of the late Richard and Including pollution,over-indus- Music Makers welcome.ST. Packham pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor 1404
Isabelle Rowe Lang. trialization, and overpopulation Choir Bell Choir 3:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Family Home EveningMon-
; : p.m.
Surviving Is her husband, De- the speaker said.Florida's -W, A. Hogan, Pastor EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE
wey Bennett; one son, Ovid D. future,growth will CHURCHSTARJ Bennett of Jacksonville two be concentrated In five great Father Wednesday night prayer WednesdayRelief Society;
; James Chestnut
Cregan pastor Cor. Ash Sunday
daughters, Mrs. John Magyarland metroplltan areas, Knight said, MADISON STREET meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd 7:30.:
Saturday Mass, 7 Sunday School 9:30. Morning Worship:
Mrs. Kenneth Crawford, listing these as the Miami- BAPTIST CHURCH p.m. Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas- Sundays II ajn. MornlrvPrayer. ; Thursday-. M.I.A. 7:30: p.m.
Mass. 10
a.m. Holy Day 11 4 Night
Mass. League p.m.
2nd 4th and 5th Sunday ; 8:30
Palm Beach area, Orlando- SundayPriesthood, : .m.
both of Starke one sister, 7
; p.m. vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams
Mrs. W, D. Groves of Bald Cape Kennedy, Tampa Bay a- Sunday March 19 Sunday Confessions Saturday 8 LAURA BAPTIST 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: pastor. Sunday School! 10:30: a.m. Evening -
win; 22 grandchildren and 23 rea, Tallahassee Pensacola School 9:45; Mitv.lrii, ; ; Worship Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. Meeting 6 Sacrem nt.
greatgrandchildren.Funeral strip, and the Jacksonvllle- at 11; Church Training( p.m.School of Religion: Worship 11 a.m. Evening -John M. Flynn Rector FIRST UNITED METlfODIST'STA Jesse D. Branson, Branch

services were held Gainesville-Daytona triangle. 6:15: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bible J at 2 p.m. Saturday In Jones "Starke Is right In the mid- Evening Worship, 7:30. a.m. to 12 noon. Study, Wednesday, 7:30 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST c I
Memorial Chapel with Rev. dle of this triangle and Is"boundto Monday Youth Choir Practice High School -- Sunday, 7p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Worship, 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
Gerald CrawrordorCletat1ng.ln- benefit by Its growth, Mr. Children's Choir, 7 p.m. m.Be In church Sunday : Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups, 6 p.m. Sunday School, 9:45 ajn. I
terment was In Crosby Lake Knight said. Tuesday Mission Friends Lester Austin, pastor.ST. Training 6:30: p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship 11. Training I
Cemetery The speaker was Introducedby Girls in Action Worship 7:30. Union 6:30 Evening Ser
3:30: p.m. BAYLESS HIGHWAY 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng : p.m. I
George Pierce. Wednesday Sunday School Sunday BAPTIST MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Re... vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Teachers and Officers Meet Service School 10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH, MACCLENNY 7:30: p.m.Rev.. hearsal, 7:45.: ,Service, 7:30.:
Jessie! Durban ing, 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Training ship 11 a.m. Church Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy J.D. RobinsonssKsssssseesesasstsKassassssas -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. -Rev. L, Tommy Howe, pas.
: Evening
Mrs. 7:30: : Business Meeting 8: A- 7:30,30 pjn. Day Mass, 5:30 p.m. tor. '

Mrs Jessie Durban, 67, wid- Zoltmvski dult Choir Practice, 8:30.: Worship Wednesday: Prayer Meeting, ""'o g ",.-._.=...________._____,_.n,.n, n_ 0 ______ 0 tI: S .h __ 0 n__n n n__.__n_____.n'___

ow of Edward W. Durban of Mrs. Hester Easter Zol- Denton Sumrall, pastor. 7:30: p.m '* ;

Lawtey died Saturday, March towjki, 52, of Starke,died Mon- Rev. J.D. Robinson
11, !In a Gainesville hospital day after an extended illness. HAMPTON BAPTIST .
after an extended illness. She She was born on Dec. 25, 1919 CHURCH LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
born In Alabama on March CHURCH The Church
at Lawtey, and was a m3m'Jerof Sunday School 10 MornIng
a.m. -
11, 1905 and was a memberof the Baptist Church. ; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Service 11 Bible Study
the First United Methodist Surviving Is her husband,Sylvester 6:30 Evening a.m.;Service 7:30 Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening :: '
: p.m.
Church of Lawtey. ZoltowsM, of Starke;one Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday PLANTS. Lb. 4'

daugh- daughter, Mrs. Linda Thornton, p.m.Wednesday Prayer and Everyone welcome. :
Surviving are two ;
Rev. Robert
Jacksonville; two sons O. B. Halsten pastor '
Bible Study 7:30
of Law- : p.m. .t
ters, Mrs. Idell Boyett Padgett
Edward A
tey, and Mrs. Betty Williams, and Zoltowskl.two sisters, Mrs. Louise, Melvin Hamel, Pastor CHURCH OF GOD w iPPi iPPiThe .''k :

Jacksonville three sons, Fay Johns and Mrs. Rebecca Net- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. and WATERS

Durban, Gainesville; Raymond tles, all of Starke; and iJRur. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ,
Durban, Macclenny and Rich- Ing Worship 11 ::.
grandchildren. .,,7' a.m. Sunday
School 10 Morn-
Sunday a.m.
ard Durban Phoenix, ;
heldat Evening, 7 Youth
Funeral services were p.m. Night
four brothers, Russell, Mar- 1 p.m. Wednesday In Jones Ing Worship II a.m. and 7 p. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer church plant the seed of faith water and till the oil, v I
vin. George and! Frank Wil- Memorial Le- m. Meeting, Friday 7:30 .
Chapel with Rev. : p.m. .
liams, all of Hampton; one sister Olive -Rev John Ross,, pastor -Rev.,\.W. Kldd f These are the ,thing that a church can d"", and no more ,, '
roy offlclating.lntornj3n) pastor .
Mrs Marshall nine Mtrchett .was in Crosby .Lakj Cft n8 rya.x('J,","II">. I,.. ,M *r.n}ler.l.. ; "' f r'.iTioii:,. ,Jlo j.: ,. ', .' .. then God the> l love :, f;. i;;nv .enlial The 'I ,', ; '. it:,:, ; ..... I"r.
of Hampton and grand-/ under direction of,MJWltlr. Ci, Even b"heW bI 1'6'0n{ "wblt"t I i i kWJCrNGSLEY LAKE BAPmSW} ..'- 11'ri: -- provide andjJife-givjr4g-e;: .* ...- ,-III t# rdt:
children. Jones Funeral Home!' chyftn unless J Sunday.School 9:30 : ..O".It : 1.1 ,}':' r
sweep someone : Training ,
; + . t .
Union r growth then depend* on the type of sod I i. it barren 4Iw' ,
services held at uses It.--James A. Williams, 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor- :$
Funeral were :
3 p.m. Monday In the First GOSPEL SING SET Jr., Southwest Virginia En. ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship mediocre .or 'fertile. Your life with God will grow according .
United Methodist Church at AT GRAHAM BAPTISTA terprise. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: :f::: I .j

Lawtey with Rev. Terry Mar- eosoel sing Is set Saturday Wednesday.Pastor s to your will and detire.
kins officiating Interment was March 18, at 1:30: "There are no easy answers Rev. Robert West .
In the Lawtey Cemetery under graham Baptist Church on Sft- to hard problems" but If ev. :; "Blfned' li the man 'that ivalkelh net 'in the teunttt of (she,
direction of DeWitt C. Jones 18. rryhndy bcllevH t'.mt. there FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :: +
Funeral Home. Everyone is welcome. would be no presidential e ndldales. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. r ., ungodly, nor ttandelh' In. the' wail of fnner'''. nor firtefh, in ? '

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth ., I' .
Fellowship 6 :,.,m. Choir Practice '{ the teat of the' icornfal. But hit delight/ lain 'the lau of she

Wednesday 8 p.m. I
-Rev. Robert D. Burch lord and in hit lau> doth he meditate day and nI";! '. And .

This FPII will spend CALVARY BAPTIST CIIURCH > he shall he like, a tree planted' r>1/'t the risen of water.' X ,r "' ,A

gear Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- S
ing Worship II. Training Union
6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: ; TIM hunk H M(..Mat spar In NiKMM '
-LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor I h .,nears|tilt.....Mgt.. eI) Nit .IwtIM
almost millionadagoNnew dollars :. Mil itnwnrf It,rti"nrfM 4' r .
a BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH : "Sal' lot k, .....,. his ....-. W'IIe''S ,' '.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- f TII.. Hill, |iwn4l, ..| H Na. .kr.t eI C..l. .. p..... m
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening {}t r::: '& .qo ,. mml a .,.., t> w>r it Mt .iII i IMIftnmn +
Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer ::3, : mi lln'' lr..4..m wtikh vt I..M. wMC .r
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. :: will: .kmlMlf. ,..hIt. ,"' "lilt. trDM ..
-Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor ; JtB\ 1J ;.? to-aIAA, ,.10'01,10.,aAwll_,
# Clmnk bi.Hit. "...1 M..Non.1, him,
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL r q2101 .N tn4 iiiiI"' Aral Mist 1Io."If.

Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday nut f< p.Mip construction. School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- ,HM Omiik kn_ N talK KM. Imlh .t..l
t ship 6 p.m. Training Union _'I Hit, tatli" tut, d"iti 10". MM. 'liMh whKli
7 p.m. Evening Worship.
Itw, wit, aMm hi. ta .Iht. n i MM "(
Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser
Bob Cooper, pastor
1 i C..-Asa 1.a.

(We can't afford not t to. AIRPARK Sunday School BAPTIST 9:45: a.m.CHURCH Mor- s:

ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening

Not if we all want to go on living the lives \ Worship Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.and Bible Wednesday Study, ST ARK "66'

were accustomed to. Lives in which we 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. IT ; FLORIDA SERVICE

always have the essential electric power "Welcomo.FIRST G.F. Prevail. pastor. Everyone ,

we need. At just the flick of a switch. 4 EST Hill Edvu-rtf.1! l',h. 96472.11Tlr "
And that s some challenge to \

us at FPL We know that Florida is Sunday Service CHRISTIAN:Sunday CHURCH Sc'1oo -.' 4:> ONTRQl Tru.... ,
the; nation's fastest-growing major state 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, =: HMdIiffhtAdjUStlMftBraktf ....
(more than 3.50O new residents each -.; 10.45; a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: a tl 'a .<
week). We know too. that we have to stay p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun Strrlc ;.
ahead of your demand for electricity. j day, 6:30 p.m. Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel Itatanct and :

So we're building. Building more -J.C. Brown minister '.
than ever before. Over the next, five years, iw 3:1': E. Call SI.. Starke. Kla.. Alignment

well spend at least $1-1/2 billion DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 21HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone. 964-5745 for FREE AIR'CONDITlOtSERVICE| -\
(almost a million dollars a day'!) on new r BROOKER Hiway 301 and 100 .
construction. That's as much as we'vespent r Sunday School 10 Worship Inspections and Estimate All Minor' Repair ::
a.m. -
in entire tlO So'T.."" Stark. .
our 46-year history.
Services II a.m. and 7 617 N. Temple Are. Starke
One and a half billion dollars. p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.

It's a startling amount. -Rev. Lacy Conway,.pastor
But that's what it takes to ,

electric service at your CHURCH

fingertips. Intersection of Highways It SUPPLIES. Inc. Grocery and Market ";'

North) and 225. Rev. Wayne

1=r==L. Well Sunday, pastor.School 9:45; Morning Vfeatarlnc Ac Hardware Groceries -,Meats'- Feed .RepairTYPEWRITERS r

Service at 11. Evening Service, Complete Palmt Supplies GAS AND OIL
7:30.: Wednesday Service 7:30 ."
Jack and Gladys Edward
p.m. and Sporting' Good
J :
U. 8. 301 South.---- Stark ;

J9RDAN MISSIONARY Check' With Ua Flrat PHONE 964-5313 Bradford County ".

BAPTIST MISSION Zit WMhIiwlom. 81. 944-5270 Telegraph .
U.S. 301 North behind Tas-
tee Frees Drive In, Sunday
.School, 10 a.m. Worship Service
r I
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray

er Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes OwMd Mjr T.... w. Serve U Twelve Nwtheaat. Florida.. rWe .
r, fMntle .H...).... O' ....* Uv lldUer.IUectolcaUv ..'

f ,i ',' day.Leroy Olive. pastor. E.L. ---Ka7.teaM Height. *-Phteia 473-4911 "t..;

Crlffls, associate pastor. I It

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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE J: Scout On Outing Drowns. l a Keystone Gives Wallace a..

l At Gold HeadA
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50 Per Cent Of
---- VotesKeystone
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Jacksonville .

I Keystone Hilites/ T--C Electric' M g--l Boy 15-year-old Scout drowned Saturday Heights voting precinct McGovern tied for fifth-place schools, 623- to- 110.

-\ during a weekend camping trip No. 7 turned out approximately with 24 votes each. Shirley For Republican presidential
t to Gold Head Branch State Park 79 per cent Of its voting Chlsholfn the black Cowress- nominee, President Nixon was
By GLORIA REDFEARN Name 3 near Keystone Heights. strength Tuesday's Preferential "Oman. scored 6. while Vance strongly favored with 95 votes
t Pl.e t F.B. Herrington, of We Clay Primary and gave Hartke came through with L to 4 for Senator Ashbrook and
Call 473-3288 or 473-4182 '! Directors from three districts of State Road 20 and west of the County Sheriff Department, George Wallace strong endorsement Eugene J. McCarthy. Wilbur 1 for Sen. McCloa .
---------- ---- Johns and all of said the body of Milton Fly... with 50 D. and Sam drew Both amendments to the State
---- ----- will be elected at the St. River ; per cent of Mills Yorty;
RABIES CLINICDr. after her talk was, "Does Chi amual meeting of Clay Electric Volusla County. son of Mr. and: :Mrs. Milton the total votes cast. Total vote blanks In the Keystone voting Constitution were favored with
Incumbent director Claude, Flynn, Sr. of Jacksonville Though not with Article S Judicial Reform) receiving -
H. S. Mulllns of Starke na Have Freedom of religion? Cooperate In Keystone was cast was 873 out of about 1.2CO plagued abusing
will have a Rabies Clinic on and her answer was no. The Heights on Thursday, March Brandon is the nominee with recovered from Lake Johnsonby registered. problem In their school 418 yes votes to 249
Saturday.. March 25, from 2 to' church had all gone underground no second nominee from District the Keystone Volunteer Fire Keystone voters strongly favo- against. Article 7 (. votes
If 4 p.m. at the City Park so tope rate. 23.The Prophets a nationally 4 which includes all of Department shortly after the red an amendment to the U.S. fund) received 417 ;yes to
bring your animals for their known gospel singing group Alachua County; lying west of ,youth reportedly drowned In an Wallace racked up a count Constitution that would prohi- 213 against
rabies iimoculatlons. from Nashville, Tenn. will provide the west line of District 3. attempt to swim a 50-foot of 421 In the Keystone precinct bit "forced buI given It Precinct 7 also favored the
Mrs. L C.announced Gayle. program entertainment from 10a.m. which is the state road from stretch from a float back o the to 140 for runner-up Henry 4 to 1 approval. The vote was Clay County; referendum Issue
chairman the pro Springs through dock. 601 for 147 against. to have Justice of Peace district
Worthington ;
to 1 p.m. A free lunch will be M. Jackson. Hubert Hump-
April 3 General Meet-
iwould be Mrs.Barry 'served by the Cooperative at LaCrosse, Gainesville and Luclous Albertia, a memberof bray was third man on the totem They likewise favored equal; lines coincide with County
presented by MIcanopy to Cltra. Jacksonville ScoutTl'OOpl15. opportunity) ; education 539 to Commission districts The vote
12 noon, and the afternoon program pole with 61, while Edmund -
and Mrs. Gayle
about Wyman the Cathedral In the will be Floyd Gnann Incumbent>)and told police that he and Milton S. MusMe ran fourth with 142; and a constitutional amendment :- on this question was 368 for
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Pines of New speech by David A. Haml1Ad- Jack Wilkinson are the nominees swam out to the raft together 34. John V. Lindsay and George to allow prayer In public to 185 against
Wieners.lor,Tuesday March Hampshire., ministrator of the Rural Electrification from District 6 which includes and: were on their way back to
7 were First, Mrs. Ray Mocker Administration. all of Duval County; and shore when Milton, who he described
; April 13 will be the last Family -
and Mrs. Phil Kropierj; Second Night Dinner for the season Directors will be elected from all of Clay County; north and as a poor swimmer Council Goes On Record .
Mrs. Rowland Bryan and and a One program has been District 2, 4, and 6, presentingnames west of a line starting at the panicked and 'went under water
Mrs. C.-V. Home; Third. Mrs.A. planned. Circle 1 and :2. will be of nominees previously Intersection of Highway 16 with twice.
V. Bannister and Mrs. C.W. in charge.A selected at district meetings. the Bradford County; line running The Keystone Volunteers received -
Hardy; Fourth Mrs. Al Bach- Nominations may also be made to the rdCanndd the call about 2:30 p.m.
mann and,Mr. Peter Abel. rummage'sale for April from the floor.Incumbent H ighwayeast 21, thence no and the body was recovered a- Favoring Sewer System
is being planned. And lust a director T. L. east on SK 21 to Its intersection bout two hours later In approximately -
reminder to those attending the Drake Is the nominee with no with SR 224 O Winners for Thursday even- Sliver Teat It will begin promptly second nominee from District thence east on :224. to the St.

Ing March 9,'werel Mrs. W. at 1:30. Mrs. James Cook 2. which 1nc:1J.: all Putnam Johns River. Thomas The Keystone Heights City; The committee! recommendedthat several pending matters.
J. GroUck and Mrs. R.P.Vogh. chairman asks all the workers County; lying east of the west Registration will begin at 9 Emily Council Indicated willingnessto a series of "town hall One new matter was referred -
first Miss Mary Cook and Mr. please be at the educational bank of the St. Johns River a.m. on the grounds: at Keystone Named come to grips with one of meetings" be scheduled to give to the Zoning Board
-C. W. Hardy second; Mrs. Ray building at 12:30 p.m. and: all of Putnam lying north Heights. DelegateTo Its many problems with unanimous everyone both Inside and: outside when Councilman Livingston

Becker and Jim FOIL", third; and San DiegoTwo adoption Tuesday night the present limits an op reported a request from a pro-
Al Bachmam. and Peter Abel PASSWATEBO'NEALClifton of a motion placing the council portunlty; to participate in discussing perty; owner for a building per-
fourth. Fred Passwater of 19 Keystone Firemen on record as favoring a the future needs of the mit to construct a house on a
Keystone Heights and Virginia Clay Counttans were cho- sewerage system for the city; area. 50-foot lot. Livingston said this
sen as delegate and first alternate "We're going to have to do "The people will have to make would be contrary to the :zoning -
O'Neal of Starke
COMMUNITY CHURCHThe united In marriage were Plantation recently Complete New Course to the Republican National It sooner or later'* Councilman a Judgment as to what kind of code and the Council should
Community Church Wo- Convention is"Sad'Utegoat Roy Watkins said "We'd community want Starnes
; Key. They will reside In Marathon ; they take no action until the mat-
men held their general meet- a meeting of GOP state better start planning now and said "Personally I don't think ter was referred to the Zoning -
Ing on Monday March 6, at Fla.HEBE Nineteen members of the Keystone old three-room caom donatedby committee members from the not wait for some government we should let the matter of a Board.
at the Educational Heights Volunteer Fire W. B. Stanley for the training Second Congressional Districtin force few additional
1:30 agency to us Into It a tax dollars standIn Livingston also reported con
buU. N' THERE Department recently completedthe exercise. Firemen took Perry last Saturday. few years from now" the way of Improvementsthat tact with a resident of Lake
We are happy to report that 15-hour Annual Fire TrainIng their turn manning the hosesas Emily Thomas was chosenas Watkins read a letter from are vital to our future Geneva who wished construct
Mrs. Miriam Slocomb is home Course conducted by the A. D. Starratt of Florida the female delegate to the the Housing and Urban Deve- well-being." a boat house In the water In
Mrs. Raymond Farris gave an following surgery and a stay at Florida Fire College of Oca- Fire College Instructed eachon convention and her husband lopmen area office in Jack- Among the area needs, as front of his property.; The Coon
inspiring devotional. The the Gainesville Extended Care Ia. proper fire fighting tech- Ralph, as first alternate male sonville giving suggestions on outlined In the committee report cil agreed that the applicant
speaker for the afternoon was Nursing Center. Visiting with Members receiving certificates niques. delegate from the district. The how to start seeking Federalaid were: improved highwaysand would have to obtain a permit
Mrs. Norwood Phelps of Jack- her for a few days are Mr. and were: Huntley Redfearn, The next training course for Thomases who live in Orange in this area. Mayor Ray streets; sewer and water from the State before proceeding : -
sonville.Her subject was "Can Mrs. Justin Aldrich of Fitch- Jr., Chief; Jim Zowarka, Assistant the Keystone volunteers will Park are former residents of Starnes likewise produced a systems; protection of lakes with this work.In .
We Be Friends With China?" Mass Chief; Leon Kuykendall be two Red Cross First Aid Keystone Heights; Mrs. Thomas letter against pollution) perpetual Council
burg, who are spending from a state agency along ; other 'action the :
She crave a detailed account of the winter in Florida and planto Captain; Tommy Tyre, First Courses. Many of the firemen being the daughter of longtime the same line. .. care cemetery; modern nursing -Renewed the lease of UI8Sportsmen's
the life of Chairman Mao TseTung Aid Officer Bud Beeler. Engineer have already signed up for either resident William
reside permanently In Zephy- ; Keystone The action,followed a report home; new high school building Club on airport ,
,' from what to the rhllls. ; Frank Walrath President the Standard of Advanced Reynolds and sister of Keystone from a committee composed of ; public safety; properly; for one year at the "
First Aid Course to be
present, and done Bill Beam Secretary; conducted Insurance owner police
; agency Mayor Starnes, Councilmen including fire protection same rate $250.
for the people of China since George Masse Treasurer Ed- later this month at the Bill Jr.Smoking.
Reynolds Livingston and Watkins based on and ambulance service; Heard a report that its ordinance -
he ,brought them under Communistic Peter Abel of Glen Falls N. OBrien, Ken Sayers, Jack Klm- fire department by Charles Mc- a "comprehensive study of the greater recreational use of the relating to removal of
domination.One Y. is the house guest of Mr.and mona Zane Hudson, Jerry Glave and: Leonard Jones.
future needs of Keystone airport property; and a youth Junk autos from city; street
of the questions asked Mrs. Albert Bachmann. Johnson, Bruce McRae, Allen Chief Redfearn said that continual Tax recreational .
Heights and surrounding area. program. was not sufficient in the opinion .I
Miller, Ted Miller Dick Sun- training of the volun- The report predicted that the Starnes expressed belief that of the State Attorney General
....... .,,,,,,,, ...... Charlie Head and Ed -
IIIOIIIIIIII'..... """_ '"'"''''J. __.....n.. "" J derland teers is necessary Inadequately CollectionsUp population of the Keystone area the state and federal governments and authorized the drawing -
Bennett. serve Keystone Heights and will more than double within are moving toward a up of a new ordinance to
News Notes Highlight of the course was the wide surrounding area In ten years or even sooner."The revenue sharing program for Include other things beside au-
InnH the last night's activities which which the department answers
SlightlyCigarette present city; will contain approximately cities which would assist the
included actual burning of an calls. 1,000 people and town In obtaining sonw of Its tos.Voted to start suit against

By Helen E aa the surrounding area 4,000peo- most pressing needs. "Theyare lumberman Lester Kite to recover -
beginning to realize that cost of Umber that Kite
New Truck ple on a permanent year-a-
Dump tax collections for
EASTERN STAR- round basis" the report said. the cities can no longer depend Is alleged to have cut at the
Ed and Lilly Roberts will and municipalities
local -
banquet hall was centered witha This Includes on the ad valorem tax Included In
estimate a four- airport not his
The final chapter meeting of
conduct the Game Day program Bids Sought from their
OES bowl of white dogwood, and rose slightly mile radius from the Intersection to carry the entire load." the contract.
the Keystone Heights
was which will be held at 1:30
1971 comparedto
at one end was placed a large p.m. February of 100 and 21. Mayor said -Approved offer made Malcolm
lib.'n'Authorilatoi Highways by -
held in the Masonic Temple on By Keystone
on March 30 at the Lions Club. 1972 according to
February ,
take with In other discussion the
white tiny Keystone
March 7 with Matron. green Keystone Heights' will be Lewis of $1 per cord for-
Mattle Lee Kingsbury Worthy and Worthy 1 I shamrocksfor: March Is the I. 1 Refreshments will .be" served*". the office of Comptroller' Fred. -boxed in and will lose its capacity Zoning Board came under ,60 cords of ."turkey oak' .at, ,,,

following the"\ fun plan: to call for bids O. (Bud) Dickinson.
Saint PatricHt criticism the Council
Patron Floyd 'V month orate patron. ; to serve the area unlessits front the airport for use by a manu-
for the last time presiding ; %: ,on a new dump truck for the Starke collected $7,721 last limits are extended and for its failure to meet in facturer experimenting with
street and: garbage department month compared to $9,531 In recent months, even when requested
additional area is annexed, the this wood for use as pulpwood.
Following year-end reportsby , various committee chairmen for 1972. will be held at 8 p.m. regular monthly meeting Heights City; Council in a spe- 800. Collections for the cur- In commenting on the report cil. Due to the board's inaction ring problem of sand and clay
the outgoing Worthy Matron will be held at 9:30 a.m. cial meeting Thursday night rent fiscal year to date are "'
on March 18, with members of Starnes said that Keystone at In electing"a new chairman washing Into Little Lake Keystone -
and Patron
were given a the families and Invited on March 22, Instead of the March 9.Councilman. 68518. the Council\'took matters Into
unique all 16 officers guests present is too small In population from the street running
courtesy their by from- attending On March 21 the new- date previously announced, Green Cove Spring's collections to carry much political its own hands Tuesday night and by the post office, but reachedno
on retiring Installed officers will which was in error.-Members Gay Livingston to $5,726 this elected Jack Sullivan as chair-
their elected stations. ly assume dropped weight. "We need more people conclusion due to a lack
In her farewell address the their offices under the helping In preparation of the chairman of the street com;nit- February compared to $6,257 In order to make our voice man to succeed John Bird.Hope of funds for necessary catch
cole slaw for the Annual REA
Worthy Matron expressed new Worthy Matron. Betty; tee, reported that the city's; for the same month a year heard when we ask for something was expressed that the board basins and concrete 'drainage.
gratitude Slices and Homer meeting will bring a sandwich truck is U bad Green Cove has collected "
Worthy Patron present dump ago. he added. would meet soon and resolve structures. tOIl
for the of each
loyalty and remain for the afternoonof
offlcet committee chairmanIn work. Mrs. Lu Miller is In shape and needs He repairs said totaling $47,026 date in cigarette taxes to ......"..................................................................................................,.......................................................
supporting the accomplishments charge .of the cole shaw pro- city; also about needs$200.a front end load the- Macclenny this fiscal year.collections ;:::KWrlK:;;;;;:;;;;:;:::JftjVj'II'JI;::;::!::;::::::;:;:;:::::;;:::::;:::%;:::;:::;:;:;::::;:;;;:;:::;:::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:: ;::;::;:::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::: !!

of her year in the East CLUB ject. Taxes going to Bradford m
er and a grader but gave the dropped slightly from $f,0171n m
During last summer the chapter The regular covered dish FAITH PRESBYTERIANThe dump truck No. I priority.; February 1971 to $3,980,, last County went down from $360to M; : Re-elect :
room was equipped witha luncheon: program and business month. $270 this February. CIIVCounty's mS
monthly Family Fellowship -
loud speaker system and in meeting was held at the Cigarette taxes In portion also decreased m
covered dish supper will Livingston recommended that !!
cooperation with the Melrose
Lions Club 9 with
on .March. from $2,143to
Lodge; Masons the banquet guests"attend be held at the church on March the city; purchase a two-ton, Brooker to $348. over $100 clipping FLOYD ti:
36 members and 24. transmission truckas more than the $247 collectedIn L745. GNANN'
room' is now beautifully redecorated five-speed Baker share of the
with soft walls ing. President Lester Sheets COMMUNITY CHURCH a start toward rebuilding the February 1971 bringing the County's;
green introduced Mrs. Bertha M. Se- total this year to.Z.301.Hamp. cigarette tax rose to $1,021 I
facilities. lIe said
city's utility
and mauve draperies.At Seven young people were baptized ; ;
1971. If
from $987 In February
verence of Lake Geneva as a the city had been "penny wise ton collections Jumped slightly
the conclusion of the courtesy -, at the 11 a.m. Morning ;
the Worthy Matron and new member. Worship service on March 5. and pound foolish" In trying to from $473 to $564 running its Union County; took a drop from ::1:::1: MEMBER ':::::::1:

Worthy Patron were each presented and 14 young people were confirmed get by with used equipment, or collections to date to $3.886. $1.438 to $1,222.

.. with a parting gift of An Interesting discussion and took the vows of equipment that was too small IIIII!!! 11111!
love. held recent with activities Interest of senior high in peo the membership.On for the Job.Chairman. BOARD OF TRUSTEES :

The refreshment table in the! ple. Including a new club being Sadly Sunday March the Choir 19 (Passion will- Everett Fox suggested {1i f 1j j f'fm 1 i1i i1ii1

progress formed of In the HamptonClub and present an,Easter Cantata entitled committee that draw Livingston up specifica-have his We Repair I CLAY ELECTRICCOOPERATIVE f

S.E. MCKAY which will hold a covered "Behold Your KIng" tions on the truck and report i1 i1
REALTOR dish luncheon at 12 noon at the morning service.It back to the Council so that bids INC. I
today (Thursday). Lewis Watson was reported that Mrs. could be advertised.
Keystone riff. 473- a16 a Keystone member who Dodle Koons was still a patient TYPEWRITERS 1i{ 11i1i!
winters at Interlachen, spokeon In Alachua General Hospital The problem of pollution In .

HOMES ACREAGES the recent organization of : Mrs. Daisy Hall is still Little Lake Keystone from surface : Your Votewill ::::::::
a Senior Citizens Club there. In Gainesville Extended Care water washing sand and ADDING MACHINES m
RENTALS Meetings are held the first Center afld Mrs. Isa-
Nursing ; lake
clay into the was brought up Be
and third Mondays with a cov- belle Firth is at the Gainesville again by Livingston who saidthe 111 AppreciatedOn m J

Mr.. Il(... '47J-4740 ered dish luncheon at noon. In- Convalescent Center.Mrs. situation was getting more CALCULATORSBRADFORD r?! r
terlachen officials have given Miriam Slocomb Is back home
Pal' fct/.Ji.,.fC Ch..lnllon47Jo437Y::..on mM./ the use of the City Hall and and Improving nicely Mrs.Cecil serious following recent rains. =1=:?:::3; March 23rd ;m::::::
facilities for the meetings,plus
Neel of Grandln, who was solution to ''
said a possible !
reactivating the shuffle board hospitalized for three weeks : ;
be .
the problem would construction cot
court and some finanaclal aid. following surgery sent her 'L m
of a catch-basin and nine- 88PRINTING
:,:,:.: :::: :::::::::::::: :; ;:::::; m thanks for expressions of sympathy foot wide and 251-foot long open :S8 AT THE ANNUAL MEETING
!WXi:" ':O----v-: : ::*Ks; :: :55-S: while she was 111. drainage structure at an estimated rir ra p4 Sg! 1ijjji11Hi

!i m HOLY WEEK SERVICESThe coat of $1.500. The city; IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
m easement the
has a five-foot
.:, A FULL m:: observe Community Holy Week; Church with night will ditch Livingston said and a ." ., ii11jii111 11iii11jfm; 1i1 f111imf1:1m:1i1jijijjjijiimi1jji;:; : ;;;;;;; ;;; ;;; 11 ;ijijtjjm1;;:::;: ;;;j;;f1iii;; 1i j i:i;::::;;::h1j1J

;I Keystone !! property; owner has agreed to ______ -______-__,u_____ __
SERVICE : services only to accomodate donate the extra land: for the .
: 1 many business people. Brief waterway. He said there Is a

r r r State Batik services will be held Monday. great need for the project, but
Tuesday, and Wednesday evening -
m the city; does not have money DIsrincrzve
with longer services on
budgeted to pay for it at this t
.::; MEMBER F.D.I.C. ri:1:: Thursday and Friday In orderto time. Tao -- 6
observe the pre-Easter pro-
grams. All services will startat

$:::''r:::: Watch That' ':::::::' 7:30 pjn. the Chairman county; engineer Fox suggested be contac-that sALii

I Green GrowYou'll ::1::::; PERSONALSMrs. ted for his advice on how to
))1) L Mitts Kersey is still handle the problem.The .
m ) : :* @ under doctor's care after a We have the complete facilities

::: severe attack of arthritis.However controversial subject of C '
: see it accumulate :::: and know how to successfully serve -S
:: :::: :1' .':':':
.- Mitts the brave one, isloyal annexation was on the agenda for %
:: :::::: and then some. :m::::::' to her club and as Vice discussion at the special meeting your ,every printing need letter- 4

: 11 11tt President of the FellowshipClub but Starnes, noting!
tf: You the highest interest rates per. press, offset, engraving are all part
get r,
she still manages\ to attend that two councilmen were not -.
missible by law. Open a savings account I; ; meetings.Mrs. present Roy WatKJns. and Ver- r of our service. We print color or

f.f Marion Driscoll Is still gle Homer said the topic wouldbe 'cc? black and white. Call
here There's a plan 1 '" us,
f.::1 .,, : In Bradford Hospital, but last postponed to the next regular compareour
week was able to be up and meeting. quality and prices.Stationery .
i1i 11 about all day. Exercise seems
to be the doctor's orders for
On the final item of busi
,} STATE BANK f j her arthritic condition. ness Fox said he thought the a Catalogs BRADFORD

# KEYSTONE :.:.:. Mr. and Mrs John Sptvey of city's; present $10 charge for Business Forms Envelopes tN t. -auwah.. ,,- COU rA
:.r:'S Beachwood. N. J. visited Mr. occupational licenses is too
Member F.D.i.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.:.:.:..::.:. Harrison Batchelderafter Announcements ..f..t..
..::.::. .. ) and Mrs. low. and: asked the mayor to Advertisingc {
II. :: they had spent several survey charges made by other \ve .e.grap.
:;:# ."YonrFrlendly) Bank In Your Friendly) weeks with their two sons In communities of comparable ..

X::: ::3 _._ Community. ::::1 South Florida and were on their size: and: report back to the

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Tourism Fund

get the j job) done) ;

Cut OpposedA J 'oO,> :

CLASSIFIED AD RATES INC QMS TAX forms prepared Reduce safe and fast with Go- FOR SEWING :
RENT- KIngsley MACHINE CleaNeo.
Lake -
proposed cut In state funds County; There Is $2,000,000 Deadline for Insertion Monday $2.00 up. 24 years experience.Call 964-. liege Tablets & E-Vap water 2 BR house, furnished yearly. oiled and adjusted in row WfcanqferBoote .
to advertise Florida as a tour- per year coming into Florida 5 p. m. preceding Thursday Mrs. Donald Martin, pills" Andrew PharmJ( ;'y. No pets. Phone 933-2261. tr home, 5.00, VMiunn cleaner
ist haven Is being opposed; by from touiium.Glover said ask- before publication 6573. 4tp 3/16 6tP 4/13. tfchg repairs also. All work guarant- k
Starke-Bradford Chamber that the chamber Board of - -
the ing --------- .eed. Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone
of Commerce.A Governors, meeting last Thursday Minimum Charge $1.75 tfch*
Mending & ."'-1428 FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
move, Is afoot to further I in the Garden Restaurant (Covers 15 words) custom sewing in MARTIN CAMPERS
trim advertising funds of the On a motion by B.F. (Bad) Each word over 15, 8C
state Department of Commerce Mizell Jr., the governors voted Tel. 752-3723 for Best Selection INTERSTATE) : MOBILE Horn WESTERN SHIRTS
from $625,000 to $200,000 for unanimously to write a letter All Classified Ads must be FO-1 RENT Deluxe furnished of TRAVEL TRAILERS, moving In Fla,., Call 964-5604.
the upcoming fiscal year, said opposing the fund cut. paid for In advance unless MJNWIOMWSL: TRUCK CAMP' tfchg
Bill Glover, manager of the A national cemetery in the you have established account trailers, Central air and heat ers & TOPPERS Full line of
Holiday Inn here. It will be a Camp Blandlng area is under with The Telegraph, In that ott Lake GoMva on Road 100 Parts & Service. e
further cut since the tourist consideration by Florida's two event SOC extra charge for BySTANLEY one: mite from: Keystone LOTS FOR SALE Starke "5olf
funds were trimmed to $623- U.S. Senators and Rep. Don billing. Not responsible for Heights. Phone 173-4753. A. H. & Country Club, reoy for

000 last year, he said. Fuqua, Chamber Exec. John errors when given over the LYONS Lagassee.. 3tchg. 3/23.--- EUNICE NURSERY building on approximately ent. BOOTS
Glover pointed: out that tour- Myers; told the governors. But phone or when copy Is not -- --- --- Plants -- Tomato,''Egg Plants Lots area 1/2
ism directly affects 350 the Chamber's Idea for the typed and brought to the offlee. Painting ContractorTo and Peppers container grown.. acre and larger Paved roads BELTS WAlLEtS
WATER: FRONT LOTS only 3 minutes from town.
employees In 13 motels 20- cemvtery are still pretty much Phone 782-3972. m'es North
plus service stations, and 20- up In the air, he said. - FOR SALE > of Lawtey on 301. tfchg. Call 961-7701, 8 .m. to 5 iwjt.tfcng. ACCESSORIES
some restaurants in Bradford The} DuPont Company will be Apply On Crosby Lake and Crosby
cutting through SR-230 east of CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet ,Fine In Leather

Starke around April 3, accord- PHONE 259.3084 wide 8 feet deep) Located on ',Taking application fOI .... -
$1.75 per Inch State Road 100 3 miles West "::: :":':::::
Ing to Gordon Howell, manager : CARRADINE5UATHER
JacksonvilleBusiness of operations here. The 2 Inch minims.A -- $3.50 MACCLENNY FLA. of Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca- FHA 235 _':.:...:..:.YY. J
road will be closed about 30 --- tion cottage, mobile home or .1e.-o---j ..-wan SHOP

days while the big mining investment. New Brick 3 and .4 oxn ra rLa arse rxc 1 MILE SOUTH ON U,S. 301
AFTER 7 P.M. start at$1,295.00, $200
dredge is moved across the Memorials Resolutions Proclamations
38.was. Bedroom Homes LATEY. FU.
road. down and $35.00 month for !
Card of Thanks .3-23 Call for PHONE m-3400
Signs will be placed at US- $4.00 Minlrmm up to 50 < (8 1/2 % simple Interest DetailsLoW'

301 and SR-18 and at the Starke words. Each word over 50fVETNEwsl- ). Down
Power plant and SR-230. How- 1 Call 964.7701 8 a.m.'to 9 Payment

DirectoryAuto ell said, warning that the roadis FOR SALE- Front end loader pm'w kdays. tf anct- Moderate Monthly RUGS- x ,,9, $3.19; 9 x 12,
closed. with power bucket to fit Fordor Payments'LONGCHAMP $5.98. Many colors: and pat- SEWINGMACHINE

The Chamber Board also Ferguson tractor. B. C. terns. Also larger! sizes at
went on record as supporting i I ICI Holtzendorf. Jr. 9647961. Itp. WE GIVE SERVICEWe HOMES DAHMEB'S DISCOUNT. 10t/chg:
Sales and Service the effort of the Bradford Historical get Plume '"-18$1 3/23
results! List property for "
"-- Society to refurbish the an bill Slwfce Sole and Service
Parrish MotorsSALES 70-year old courthouse bjtldbu COUNTRY CORNER sale with us. Call today.-- :
at U -aui and Call: MreeU LOAN USERS BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964- TF FOR SALE- Bedroom, 2 bath PFAFF ELNA

Jim Bloodworth, president of RECEIVE MORE BENEFITS ANTIQUES 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg brick home located Country: New Hones

the Historical Society; and E. Club Estates, Central
SERVICE WL... L. Matthews, appeared at the Persons who used their GI 1-1/2 miles N of Keystone on WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- WATSON'SHOUSE air conditioning: fully carpe WHITE
PARTS "" meeting to request the loans to purchase homes before 100. dles for any mnke or model Approximately: 1-1/8 acre of '

Chamber's nunnorr. "You simply May 7, 1968, may be eligible We stereo player.--Dahmer's Dis- OF VACUUMS land. Call Bill Powell at 964- $49:50 up
don't see buildings like for additional home loan Buy Any Quantity count House. tf/chg Many.. brands of new vacuums 6464 or 964-6810 after 5
Always: Good Vied Can benefits from the Veterans Ad- COMPLETE Ports & Repairs on'
that In muny communities today ESTATES $39.00 up. Used machines from p.m.
1121 Laura St. Ph. 3M-S4S4 ," Bloodworth: said.SIllart'iit' ministration, according to Florida ESTATE JEWELRY BRADFORD & CLAY County-; $10. Expert Repairs all makes. all ether Make Ma

Veterans Service Director GUNS ANTIQUES Brown's & Morris\ Plumbing Pacts, and Accessories for all, 37-1/2 Acres West Starke 'chln.s.NATIONAL.
W. B. Mackall. Contractors. Repairs' Re-
vacuums. Built in Central vac-
( ourl FURNITUREAll mxlellntf-New Construction. Edwards Road to Butler Road
umn cleaning systems 712 N.
Paved Road and Railroad, Industrial -
PEAVY Brothers 1 tti41.. Ue'.itll'ne'. Many veterans or World Warn Good Merchandise 6tp Phone 964-8131 3/23 or 284-9964. Main, Gainesville 376-7110 and residential. A. J.,

and the Korean War includ- CALL BILL BRUNOFSKY -- -' Thomas Realtor Tel.964-5701 611 W. Univ.. Ave.,
ing both active duty personnel
Electric Co. lit'tlnir4'nn4'nt:-
and retirees who are eligible, 473-3483 Relax and uiwtnd with safe, Gainesville, Florida

Electric Motors have accrued substantial a- Bring To Me, Or I Will effective GoTense tablets. Only FOR SALEFrame WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators 378-1355
The Florida Supremo Court mounts In unused home loan 98tf Airfrewy:!. Pharmicy. 2tp washers. --Dah;
Sold Sri'viced Repahed has unanimously turned downa benefits. These are veterans Come To Your Horn rr 3/16? House In new condi- mer's Discount House ttchgLEW'S

'Generatois Staters; Armature plea by state officials to keep who obtained loans during the tion, 3 bedrooms, living room, $200.00 DOWN, new brick and
Rewinding. new residents from voting until years when loan guaranty was dining room, 2 baths, outside block homes. Payments as low
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2523;; the legality; of a residency law considerably lower than it is SPRING BARGAINS Hard top city, on nice lot. as $70.00 a month. ,You may
has been settled. at the present time, Mackall camper trailer made by Cole- PUMPS qualify If you earn between
The state law requiring one says man-Cranks up upNylonScreen 2 bedroom frame house, very :$70 and $140.00 a week. Call
PIANOS year's residency In the state ing-sleeps four-never used. NEW AND USED neat. Some furniture Includedon WELDING SHOP Crown Builders, 964-8337.

and six months In the county; The current VA loan guaranty Value over $900. Special Sale 2.7 acres of land. Several tfchg. v,
YAMAHA PIANOS was declared unconstitutionalon maximum Is $12,500 or 60 Price $500. Phone S33-2866. SALES nice storage buildings. Outside Whispering! Pine .)fp-

CONN and KIMBALL February 10 In a 2-1 decisIon per cent of an amount of the 3tp. 3/30. PARTS city limits. tel US 301 S. Phone FOR RENT12, ,wide 2 bedroom -
of a three-judge Federal loan, whichever Is less. The 2 bedroom nice cement-block 984.8252
SERVICED trailer outside city Jim-
panel In Orlando.As maximum has been in effect FOR RENT Furnished 3 bed- home. Fire place enclosed garage Its J.B. White 964-6114-If;
a result of the ruling, since May 7, 1968. room house. "No; pets. Phone ep and Shallow Wells Near Lawtey on 301. UTILITY TRAILERS no,answer ca11964-8799, ,
Secretary of State Richard Stone 964-5884.570 W. Call St.Itchg. Water Softeners and 5 acres of land on paved high- CUSTOM BUILT

ordered county registrars to When the VA began the Home FilteraPlumbing way near Lawtey. GAS AND ELECTRIC
sign up anyone who said he wasa i
Loan Program after World Warn CONTACT WELDING. BRAZING
resident the county, regard- ,
; HOUSEHOLD ITtlMi: : Sliver Supplies
the guaranty; maximum was SHEET METAL
less of length of time.
$4,000 or 50 per cent of the and dishes. CBS two story GEUKGK( : ROBERTS TRAILER HITCHES ler BrowaVolkswagen
"The court has denied
for a'sta order and request loan amount.,,,The maximum was Duplex 505 Center St. lip EXPERT SERVICE ON RUAL (E&TXTEPHONE INSTALLED
i to of ALL
therefore, the short term residents Increased 60\ per cent MAKES\
KIMT1AM.' "SWINdER" and non-residents- who- $7,500 in September, 1951, and FOR RENT-' Large down PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 964,7826 R
ORGANS remained in effect until the stairs 2 bedroom apartment.No .
were registered may "vote In current $12,500 figure was set pets. Call 964-6352. Itchg. 421 W. MADISON ST.
Roosevelt \1.11-388 85* the March 14 election, Stone
in 1968. FOR SALELake side cottageto
said, adding that he will now PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
be moved approx. 1,000
for adoption by the Legislature
FURNITURE of a bill require- Therefore, says Mackall, any 5 ROOM WITH BATH O.C. Came Nursery gq. ft. aluminum siding. 2 BR, Hew a Used
who financed his home Central heat in Ideal for I
veteran perfect condition large family room.
three months of residency In .
FURNITUREAT order to qualify to vote. This with a VA guaranty; loan before close in with fenced Thousands of Plants small family.; Buford,Mitchell Sales lenlce ,

DISCOUN would not affect the March 14 May 7, 1968, now has a yard, paved street, Real bargain Fruit Trees Shade Trees, Phone 961-6353. tfchg 1 Ml.North ef Tire MaO
primary, however. home loan entitlement of either with terms. A. J. Thomas G Evergreens Camellias,
Compl.t. // .r Mrs. Neva Flynn, Bradford $5,000 or $8,500 available Real Estate Broker, Tel. Azaleas, Roses
Household depending on when he actually 964-5701 & 964-6850.
County Supervisor of Elections '
his Moot fa cans : Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
received loan.
Furnishings said that approximately 17 new .mn :/ ,
voters who had registered under
FOR SALEPiano like new.
To 40% Savings Veterans interested in know- M MI. SE. of Starke. Ilwy. 100 FURNITURE
Up the, district court ruling Excellent condition $375. Ph. SALES PARTS 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand
voiding resiliency requirements Ing just what entitlement they 964-5818. Itchg Flormhome 6M-216S:; cleaned at Dahmors Discount -
Baxley Choir Co. / had now been placed on may be eligible for,should con- SERVICE Quality Home Furnishings fast service tfchg
the regular qualified voter list. tact any office of the Veterans bedroom 9 Custom Urapcrlnt
CatsoH 1 Block
648 Administration local Veteran
They previously been placedon Call .
house at 525 W. Pratt. Carpeting
From 1.10Jacktonvill. hold In a separate file, County Service Office or by 9645855. Mrs. R. E.Mundorff. Interiors by Victor GOOD: P2NSACOLA Hay for
.. 389-1741 awaiting a ruling by the Supreme writing Mackall at Post Office tchg Parka sale. Reasonably priced. Tele-
1132 Park Av..
Box 1437. ,
Court, IMPORTS INC. phone 964-7679. tfchg
I Tel. 264-7531 *f
BABYSITTING in your homo -
or mine by hour or day. 3rd 509 E. University INCOME TAX SERVICEWe
I ,Trailer on right behind Pine- Gainesville 372.4373 to that
are happy announce
hurst Grocery Store. lip The Glass Shop G. Phillip Redmon and Mar-

I, Ji FOR SALE1964 GMC 2 ton garet Crosby have Just com-
IIt INSURANCEAT Glass pleted an advance course In
.''IjJ truck Insulated box $650. Ph. '.. Income tax preparation, and
rJ'' 964-5988. Itp REDUCED RATES For, ''011'.'1"\-' ",' will be most happy to assist

In filling out your Incometax.
FOR SALEOne bedroom trailer All CARS and TRUCKS .
.r y 10' x 46' twin beds. Covered DOYLE E. CONNER InstalledVhiIeUWalt Town Finance Company, 223

.. Patio. Fully equipped.Nice view INSURANCE AGENCY Vinyl Auto Tops
\ of Lake Geneva.Located In Lake N. Temple Ave 984-7449 tfchg

Geneva Trailer Park Lot 22. tchg. 1017 N. Main G'vllle'
on Route 100, South of Keystone -
Heights Fla. lip For Sale -- 3 bedrooms 2 all,
TOM FRISBEE new large baths 14 x 12 living

MUST SELL- Statler mobile JAN FRISBEE FOR RENT-Unfurnished 3 bedroom 'room, large den, new buiit-
homes 12 x 65. Any reasonable In kitchen cabinets. Large 125x
house In Also
offer will be accepted. Olin'sMobile INCOME TAX SERVICE country 200 lot with trees, high 1 and,
apartments In Starke. W. H.
> \ dry. Rd. 100 East. 3 miles.'
v Home Sales, Route 100 Nollman. tfchg
up convenient terms. Call
West Starke, Florida tfchg Very
Fast accurate, Reasonable 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru
"W WiW | \1 >* FOR SALE- 1965, 2 door, Pon- Every Day 9 A.M. .9 P.M. JIMMY MOORE'S Saturday. Tfchg

tiac Catalina $550. Telephone Sr. 21. 3 MI. N. Middleburg SUN SPORTS SAVE r rP

How things have 964-5606. tfchg Next Door Fla. Statewide Those Lena Distance A Hole In 'Your Roof
many MOORE BOAT FOR a...". Cells

WANTED P.alty YOUR MONEY We now dandle air line Or A
to borrow $10,000.
in "a safe
,, you put place" Interest rate 12.5%/. Guaranteed Phone 282.5079 tickets, crul.t, and tours. WHOLENEW
9TP4MRECORD Starke Ph. 964-6791
safe investment. Telephone '
and been W. offer a! special package .
never able 964-5606. tfchg Complete Outboard AStern
Tour of New
WAR at Dahmers top
w': to find again! FOR RENT- bedroom unfur- 103: 756 last weeks hits. 59tf Drift Service and Disney World I ROOF
nished house. Desirable location see us first. Stchg. 4/6. Repair. Complete Fiber-
*f i M. A. Payne, phone 964- glass Repair. Custom- Call 964-7449 :j. & J Roofing Co.

Careless misplacement or careful "hiding"as 6560. tfchg 8 Track tamps now for built Fiberglass Fishing TOWN FINANCE CO. I
$2.98 to $5.98. See us first Boats.Is Phone 964-8088 or 473-4735.
surely as fire or theft- can "rob" FOR SALEConsole Wurllzer at Dahmprs Discount Stchg. ,P.O. Box 224 N. Temole Hiway 301 South
Piano excellent condition. Call, 1
of important other 4/6.
i you papers, jewelry 9647953. itpTRACTOR ,

valuables. there a senor couple inter- -N--eN-N- -eeNe .aaaaaaa.aa....Nee.eeFACTORY
ested In playing pinochle wtth
Rent a safe depositbox TRAILER Ut occasionally: Write this

here right now! TRAINEES NEEDED, CARL BEGGS piper BoxlO, Drawer A,Starke HELP HEEDED ]?
currently offering Fla., Uchg.
tractor trailer training through Gulf Service

the facilities of the following Used! Parts WANTED Help on egg farm. Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dopondabU.' able
truck lines Truck I-
: line Distribution -
bodied' .
Apply in i factory help. No experience
person Gentllman'sEq necessary.Stoady
Systems, Inc Express 1 THE FINEST SELECTION
FLORIDA ; OF work .
overtime ( benefits.IF
Parcel Deliveries, Inc.; Sky Farm Primitive Baptist fringe I
line Deliveries. Inc. For application USED CARSIn Church Road, tfchg. -
.. and interview, call 904. ; YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLYOWEN i
: 'Ej'-A "fK A' t' s l'' lfR ( E' 388-4607. or write School: Safe this whole area WANTEDLady to live in with i AT
ty; Division, United Systems, '24 Hr. Wrecker Service- elderly !lady. Room, board and !
Inc., Terminal Bldg., 1716 Mc- salary. Phone 964-5536, day JOIST '

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Duff Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. USED PARTS time. Up I

32205..Placement. Over 700 assistance transports-avaDabl. Hwy. 301 N. Waldo FOR SALE-1971 Kawasaki 125 i Lincoln City Road Mendoy through Friday

Subsidiary Of Florida Nationa!,Hanks Of Florida, Inc. don companies have hired our 468-1998 CC; 3,000 miles. $400, or best : 7:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. jl
graduates. 2t/chg. 3/23 1 'offer. Good condition. \111964-
HHMHH 5875. lip sNNe!

fate '16 Telegraph March 16, 197

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