Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 25, 1971
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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legislative sub-committee, Ucii CLEAN Tom Casey recommendingthat
with Rep. Gene Shaw of Starkeas expenditures be held
chairman, was conducting a down for the next 90 ,
two-day Investigation of the
State Prison Reception Centerat days.

Lake Butler and the main ,,fifif", Biggest portion of the over-

prison at Raiford Wednesdayand .,..' '. \ expenditure, $46,183 came
Thursday.The H j.'I.r'' ''h, aJ 1 from the Bradford High School 1'

scheduled ..... .. : addition now under construc-
group was to .
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move: on Friday to the women's '
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prison at Lowell. I. '; f
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the superintendent and
The prison tour by the Cor- '..1\, .:' school board had figured on.
rections Sub-Committee of the ... ..- f.1.J That new building at BITS Is

House Committee on Criminal 1 the first In a series of additions -
Justice was scheduled priorto j'r' a GI ;t n which, If present plans ,
disorders at Palford In which
are realized will culminate in
74 Inmates and three officers .; a new high school costing a- ri
were injured during an Inmate .j.f round $2 million In the next ;.di

work-and-hunger strike. five years. .

Ills six-member subcommittee .i" Six new school buses pur- :

will Interview guards, inmates chased to Implement the U.S. r ./IA,. ..A '
and medical and rehab- .. --. District Court's desegregationplan
ilitation personnel: at each institution have cost the school board
in an effort ". $25,678 Only $12,000 was budgeted Jimmy ,Andrews blue ribbon winner in Health and

to determine why we have sucha New Garbage Truck In ServiceThis contributing another ;Medicine' explains his project to runner-up, Greg
high rate of recldlvousness $13.678 to the deficit. Gay.
(returnees)," Shaw said.
The board has also overspent
"If there Is some way the $1,101 on food service equip-
system can be changed, wo new garbage truck went into service for the city last Thurs ment, and $1,804 on audiovisual -
most find It." day, giving Starke two trucks. The side loading unit cost $3,487 equipment.

Shaw, also speaker pro tern- less than half the $20,000 truck the City Council had talked about "As we see It, we're at a 430 Projects
pore of the House, was born buying. point where we need to sit
35 years ago inside the prison quietly for about 60 days,"
compound where his father This truck will be used on domestic pick ups, says Street Dept Supt Casey told the board.

was a guard. Ills wife, the former Supt. S. It. Hicks. The rear loading truck will be used for commerrial No argument at all came from

I." Betty; L Wainwright .... ... ..- pick ups..The new truck will take one crev'.off a night shift and ... ., -._. .. .:..'- the board members to Casey's In 71 BHS
a first cousin of Louie keep the of moratorium on
director of the State city garbage crew going when one truck breaks down. suggestion
spending. Board Members Rod-
Division of Corrections ney Hall, Charles Sawyer,

"What can we da: to insure Blaine Thompson, and Charles
that most of these inmates will Discuss Sawyer were present for the Science Fair"Over
make it on the outside?" Shaw School Men special work session.

asked Two years ago the school

"What I would like to see, board ended the fiscal year
430 projects made this Two projects Judged: most outstanding -
instead of building new multimillion with a $100,000 deficit. The year's fair the biggest and best were by sophomore
dollar\ insitutlons, Priorities board was forced to borrowto yet," Is a Bradford High silence Michael Cissy and Junior Jim-
where we hire men to watchmen 71-72 Building meet year end expenditures, Instructor's evaluation of my Andrews.
then had to Include the deficitIn
would be an expansion of the 1971 BUS Science Fair held
the work-release centers" the next year's budget to at the new National Guard Ar- According to Cissy, this
work out of the hole. year's project was a continuation -

The work-release programs A $500,000 school building to educate to the trainable class ordinarily conditioned, Casey said, to There will be no deficit this mory Monday and Tuesday of last year's, which took
allows prisoners to leave the program being eyed by Supt. gree possible six to eight students per bring them up to the same year If increased education "Over all, this year's pro- third In the State Fair's Jun-
work at
prison compound: to Tom Casey for fiscal 1971-72 Interent students level as other classrooms In funds by the state are actually jects are much better than thoseof ior DIvisIon

outside returning Jobs to the during prison the was explained to the Bradford school age and Is one area we don't touch the county.An ; funded, however. The county; last year," said Mrs. Edi the "The purpose of mj projectwas
School Board last Thursday dents considered only 11 12 Casey Immediate objective of the school system should receive Combs. to see how could affected
"They should be given as night during a work session. According to Supt. or years School Board Is the repair of $27,325 in additional Minimum According to Mrs. Carol Seaman plants" Ussy explained, "To
much latitude as possible while It Includes a $90,000 special recent survey the heating system at South- Foundation Program funds and Instructor in charge of do this, I exposed some plantsto
still staying under super- education unit at Bradford Middle many students In ; Indication was given side Elementary, which both $71,015 In state equalization this year's fair, "Some of the ultrasonic vibrations at 20
vision," Shaw added. He feels School, apparently the only would not succeed In whether the four Supt. Casey and the School funds- total of $98,340 which projects that did not place In Kilocycles, while Isolating o-
this would be a more effective ular school system Board agree Is In a bad con-
portion of the program whichIs board members present this year's fair would have wona ( thers as a control. All of the
means of readjusting a assured. are presently approve the remainder of dition. A new pump has been (Cont'd On Pg. 4) blue ribbon in past years" plants were kept separated In
criminal than placing him behind Further proposals made by leaving elementary building proposals The ordered to force water through acoustical tile boxes."

walls for a couple of years the superintendent In his con- r said he has made "My results showed that the
and turning him loose without
tinuing program to equip the to borrow $100- experimental plants grew fast
rehabilitation. county; with top-flight education In State Board of Education er and germinated earlier than
facilities are a $150,000 physical ) certificates. There Is Driver 18 Pleads GuiltyTo the control plants. This was due
Horse StolenAt education building at the 1 r presently available In definitely to the ultrasonic vi
middle school and a second outlay and debt service brations."

BrookerA phase of construction and replacement 6' And the remainder of Mike said that he spent, "a-
program would have to be
at Bradford High
i bout 200 hours on tile project".
from operating funds
School costing an estimated Contributing ChargesThe
registered quarter horse $250,000. 1971-72, the superintendent Andrew's described his pro-
valued at $600 was stolen from Board Member Charles Saw- ject as an attempt to determinethe
a barn on the Fred McDavld yer, however, called for a indicated Thursday he affects of OUT upon the
farm some time the night of year's lay off of major build- that $250,000 from 71- Donald Ray Hartley, 18, driver Day session before Judge Yawn. defendants failed to ap- vertebras of a mouse.
February 21. ing projects. Instead, Sawyer Minimum Foundation Pro- of the car In which Earl pear In 21 cases where they had After mice with
The Bradford Sheriff Department wants over the next year to funds, which are expect- Stanley Jones, 19 Hampton, was "Do one of two timings Either been summoned, as well as 54 Injecting
DDT found
Jimmy large con-
Is investigating the to Increase by $450,000 next don't drive, or grow up
catch up with some programsto killed Feb. 10 has pleaded guilty who forfeited cash bonds by
of white cells.These
theft, according to Chief Deputy be budgeted to build- and use some: maturity when gregations
which the board Is now com- can in County Judge's Court to six not appearing for plea day Tuesday -
cells analyzed as being
; Dolph Reddish.Rummage. mlted. lie also wants to make Such an Increase depends cases of contributing to the automobile the dgeelYof an Judge Yawn explained that dead at were University of Florida
f! certain that funds for future the funding of the Florida delinquency of a minor. awn while the state of Florida allows -
ae m projects such as the second '. reallocation of stressed to every driver who persons to be at liberty laboratory
phase of high school construction funds last session. Hartley pleaded not guilty faced him Tuesday, particularly without bond for misdemeanorsuntil Jimmy concluded from his
local Miss Kendall Tuesday to charges of failure the youthful offenders. their summons requires project "that DDT definitely
are In the school the MFP
new program to have his vehicle under
board's hands before any action value of a teacher unit will trol. His case has been set To be scheduled for trial them to be in court, he would destroyed funicular hair cells,
Is taken to spend the money 9)A from $1,050 last year for a pre-ientence Investigation In county; court on traffic offenses "give serious consideration to the congregation of dead cells
4 Jail sentences for not caused large protrusions and
$5,450 over a four year by County; Judge I.A. are Philip II. Reagan, anyone
Priorities suggested bv Saw.. The county's; matching Yawn. who pleaded not guilty; to fail- being there at the appointed erruptions of the skin, and an
yer for 71-72 were: I) a shower to the MFP over the The youth has been releasedIn ure to carry or exhibit a dri time" absence of calcium was found
yV Y room at the middle school; Berry four years will Increase the custody of his sister- ver's license, and Willie Alston Extra fines have been Imposed In the bones
2) repair of the heating systems mill each year from the in-law. for failure to surrenderhis for anyone not appear- Jimmy spent from 90-95
at Southslde and Starke level of four mills to The car which Hartley drove driver's license and tag. ing on the plea day when their hours on his project. Twentyof ;
Elementary and 3)) to budget P maximum of seven mills. when It went out of controlon Reagan pleaded guilty to another case was scheduled Judge Yawn those hours were spent in
directly $81,000 the board had Brownlee Road was occu- charge of failure to have holds plea day the last Tues- research.
Sale planned to borrow for the pre- pied by six high school girlsas Ms vehicle under control, when day morning In each month first place winners In the
sent addition to BUS now under Kendall Bradford County; will well as Jones,who was to 1 lee his car was totalled as It left at 9 a.m., the time when any Senior Division were: Lane Po-
construction. A short term loar. Miss a large Increase In SK-18 on January 7, and fined
In the accident. arrested or cited during
person well In Zoology with "The Effects
old -
KINGSLEY had been planned from a local year daughter MFP funds above the pre- $51 or five days lie originally that month enters his plea
FIRE HOUSE bank for $81,000 of the $180- Mrs. William II. level.An Increase of$450- Hartley was driving along the pleaded guilty; too to not of guilty or not guilty; of Tobrene on White
000 the board had budgeted. Keystone Heights, la Is expected In 1971-72 and Brownlee Road, about seven carrying his driver's license Mice, Roxle Rodriques
FrI., Feb. 26 entry In the 1971 Increases of $180,000! miles west of Starke, at a- with him at the time of the Beatrice Waterhouse Clay Chemistry with "Chromato-
2 to 6 pan. Building priorities, therefore Festival Beauty; $190,000 are expected In bout 9:40: a.m. when the small accident, saying he had lostit set for January's plea day ona graphy," Mike Cissy In Botany
are an area In which there with "lIow do Ultrasonic
April 3 during the following two years. Pontiac station wagon went out the day before, then changedthe charge of failure to yield "
Sat., Feb. 27 Is obviously a distance betweenthe ford County; Fair &. Casey also voiced a if control and turned over twice. plea to not guilty.; right of way and causing an Waves Affect Plant Growth,

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. school thinking board of member at least and one the berry Festival. for a new bus barn. Board file car landed on top of Jones Three other cases to be put tccldent, was fined $36 for and and Jimmy Medicine Andrews with "A In Health Study
A Junior at RAdney Hall suggest niP Trooper S.P. Burnett dial charge and an additional
superintendent. None of the on the docket for county court Into the Anatomical Effects of
Sponsored By: other three board members 5-2 110 pound coed consolidating the vehicle re- charged Hartley with failure to were Carl Brown charged with $26 for failure to answer the DDT"
Ladles Auxiliary present Chairman member of the l KHS operation with Bradford have his vehicle under control carelessly burning woods;Car- summons and be In court In
Kinjfsley Lake Blaine Thompson,Rodneyltall ing queen's court In ; and the City; of:Starke. Hartley was charged Feb. IS los Rowe for stopping paymenton January. She first pleaded not Second place winners were

Volunteer Fire Dept. Goodman,, commented on either man and sophomore Members Charles Saw with contributing to the delinquency a check with Intent to defraud she guilty was, that supposed she didn't to be know In Carol Bloodworth's "Growth of
was chosen class\ of a minor on affidavits
suggestion of priorities. and Blaine Thompson a- and Mrs TL Jones Tumexaclens
court that day, then said she
She Is a by Deputy Sheriff John
c-: with the chairman. ; for a worthless check. "
Funds for the special education K Club and KHS Dempsey. Records at Bradford had not read the ticket given Tumors Greg Gay's "Effects
facility at the middle school further expressed a Johnny Pittman, who tt Estrogen Dosages the
((She Qtommunity Special: Interest High School show the six girls pleadednot her by the police officer, and upon
have been allocated by the State for two or three addition- guilty; on a worthless check changed the plea to guilty; as lody," Emily William's "Mea-
..8Jalt, Dank Department of Education. A 54 leading basketball school buses In 71-72, and had beep!&! checked in as present charge, pleaded guilty on the charged. jure of Pesticide Residue In
twirling. for first period but did
by 63 foot addition !II plannedby 27 classrooms at South- additional charge of escaping 4 Different Food Chain Lev-
make later classes.Six
Mug Turner Is not
a..r N. -.. .v.T. 1 Architect Don Morgan adjacent and Starke Elementary from the city; of Starke Jail Judge Yawn set ball at $501 cIa." and Debbie Spengur's
o.-.ti : to the present middle by Belote Drugs of In Starke should be persons entered Innocent and was sentenced to 30 daysIn for those who did not appear "Ciradlan Rhythems."
r.*i.. 0.,.... __c.,, school. Heights. The classrooms: pleas and their cases were set the county; Jail on the latter Tuesday, after a warrant for
Such a facility; would be used (Cont'd on Pa. ) to be carpeted and air- for trial at Tuesday's Plea charge their arrest Is served. (Cont'd On Pg. 4).r

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'Thinking Day' F

Observed by

Girl Scouts a

Girl Scout Troop 614 met to-
gether with their sister troops;
Brownie Troop 604, Brownie
? Troop 370, and Mrs L. B.
VK Cheek's Cadett Troop Thurs
Clad Mooting Phone *64-7 QftSoelnly day afternoon, Feb. 18, at the
First United Methodist Church.
r Editor Each troop presented a song,
game, or dance from another
country, with everyone participating.
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Each troop provided cookiesor
punch made from a recipe
Annual Spring of another land. Refreshments vl,
were served from a table cen- M 1
tered with the world globe with
Fashion Show streamers from each countryto
a trefoil Indicating the many
areas serving Scouting. S.t S..
Set March 11 Each troop contributed to the
World Thinking Day Friendship
The meeting was closed with
Annual Spring Fashion Show Dinner will be served startIng .
the girls singing taps In a rrp-
sponsored by the Starke Junior at 6 p.m. and the fashion friendship circle.Spengler: .
Woman's Club Is set March show will begin about 6:30: and I

11 In the Woman's Club. end at approximately 8 p.m. Home a- .. -..............-." .-- ""..:-....'- -----_.._----
Approximately 60 outfits of
Guests will eat spaghetti and every type; will be shown from Scene of Tea Triplets At One Year
be entertained with fashions Eagles, Stump's, Carp's, and
modeled by local girls and lad-
Ies for two hours In a repeti- Leila's.Tickets are $1.50 :and mny be For Abner CastLt. It's nothing to fuss about, the triplets seem to be saying, but ((1-r)
tion of the show that packedthe purchased from any memher Jody, Jennifer. and Jason will observe their first birthday Sunday.

Womnn's Club! last year.Women's of the Junior Woman's Club. v K x, rx Col. and Mrs. V.J. Spen- There'll be ice cream and a heart shaped birthday cake und five

......:-...".... ,.... .,... w":: csA gler entertained at a tea Sunday friends to join the party Prediction: Parents Judy and Martin
.. .. afternoon for the cast of the
'"" = Drown will be in for time afternoon.
a busy Sunday
1J;, ,. play, Lil Abner.
Guild Church WomenTo ,_" ...A.':"''i..." }'. ...'7'."Youw" ;>...$. ..!If't.t\J'\. .. .., .'*H" "" .), ." .,

Of St. Mark's Observe World Richard lockel, producer, Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Kopelousos Neva Jayne Flynn

Plans BazaarThe Day of PrayerChurch Roberta Dee Jones Becomes Bride with presented certificates members of appreciation of the cast Winners NamedMrs. Luncheon Hostess Has Birthday PartyNeva

Of Fredrick Simcox in Melbourne from the local chapter of the
National Foundaton March of J.E. Wilson and Miss Mrs Gus Kopelousos gavea
Women's Guild of St. Women United in Dimes. Norma Canova were winning bridge-luncheon Friday at Jayne Flynn celebratedher
Marks Episcopal Church met Starke will celebrate World Day Miss Roberta Dee Jones, long, fitted sleeves. Her veil couple at Duplicate Bridge her home at Klngsley Lake 11th birthday Fr d.lV, witha
Tuesday at the Parish House of Prayer on Friday, March daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry was held by a jeweled tiara and The tea table was covered Tuesday night honoring Mrs. Gene Shaw and slumber party; for ten girl
and formulated plans for a fall 5, at 11:30: a.m. in the Presbyterian L, Hollingsworth of Melbourne, she carried a nosegay of tiny with an Imported ecru cloth Mrs. Ida Shaw and Mrs. Har Mrs. Harry Gruen. r rlend S.
Bazaar. Mrs. William Hood, Church with a cov- and Fredrick Doak Simcox, son pink, red, and yellow rosebuds, embroidered In pink and was ; were second; Mrs. The five bridge tables were The girls had a hamburger
Mrs. John Myers Mrs. C.G. ered dish luncheon at 12. A of Mr and Mrs. Dale W. Kim- surrounded by baby's breath. centered with a basket of fruit Mary Cook and Mrs. Hilda Dey covered with while linen cloths supper from n table covered j
Hill, Mrs. Fred Glenn Mrs. nursery will be provided and cox, also of Melbourne, were Following the a flanked by silver candelabra were third; Curtis Sanders and and centered with pink and blue with a white linen cloth and
Walter Richardson, Mrs. Her- there will be a special pro- married on January 22 In Beth- held ceremony In the church with pink tapers. Misses Deb- Mrs. CB. Terwillegar were carnations In baby bottle holders centered with a birthday cake
bert Thomas: Mrs. O.L. Beas- gram for school age children. any Baptist Church. The brideis social reception hall was, where the four- bie Spongier and Gere Tucker fourth. Iced in pink and white. This
ley, Mca Jamet Blackshear, The children should bring a the granddaughter of Mrs. tiered wedding cake was decorated assisted In serving.Approximately The club meets every Tues- Following lunch, bridge was was flanked by crystal candle
Mrs. Edward Wilnwrlght, and sandwich.On Edna Jones, of Starke. with day night at 7:30 p.m. in the played at four tables and pri- hoders! with white candles.
Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegir, Jr. this day church womenin The Rev. ]Howard A. Leman Mr. and Mrs.roses Simcox are 60 guests Pratt street Recreation Cen- zes were awarded after sev- Following supper the girls
will compose the bazaar com- 25,000 communities In the performed the double-ring graduates of Melbourne High called between the hours three ter and Is open to all bridge eral progressions. enjoyed games and spent the
mittee. USA will unite their and five o'clock. nigh
prayers ceremony.The players. ;
School, and the bride Is em- Mrs. Larry Fender of Gaines
Holiday decorations for tho with women In 155 countrieson bride was given in mar-
In the micro-electronics ville assisted in serving.
ted home, a variety, homemade; of green food pot- faith six continents to affirm riage by her stepfather, and ployed department of Radiation Inc. .. . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . - - .
plants spe- hope and love In facing wore a floorlength gown of lace Simcox Is associated with - - - ----
cialities, aprons and other attractive Issues and the needs of today with a sweetheart neckline and Mr
Items will be on sale.A and tomorrow.As lioreman Construction Co. In
snack bar will be Melbourne, where !they will re-
open women all over the world DKG Luncheon Dinette "Drama
throughout the day. gather in worship they will be
Each member WitS requested affirming that "New Life A- Meeting Held Among the out-of-town wed-
by Mrs. Hood bring some- waits!" In exploring what it ding guests was: Mrs. Jones,
thing that she can make or means to be a "new person"in At Holiday Inn of Starke, grandmother and CHOOSE CHROME, BRONZETONE OR AVOCADO
Mr. and Jones
Mrs. Terry of
contribute to the bazaar to the Christ Church Women United -
next meeting will be preparing also for Hampton, brother and sister-
Mrs. Terwlllegar reminded the Ecumenical Assembly, to Alpha Nu chapter of Delta in-law of the bride.
members to save their trash be held In Wichita, Kansas, Kappa Gamma International your
and treasures for a flea mar- April 22-25. clety held a luncheon meetingat $
ket to be held at some future 1971 will be the 84th year the Holiday Inn In Starke Leon Starlings 9900
date. The possibility; of havinga of the ever-widening celebra- Saturday, Feb 20. Special 25th pick
Bingo Night was also dis tion of the World Day of Prayer. guests at the meeting were the Honored on
cussed. Mrs. Hood and Mrs. On this day, the first Fri- State president. Miss Bennie Anniversary
Hill told of belonging to other day in March, women of many Sampley of Plant City; ,and State EACH 7 PC. SET
guilds and outlined worthwhile denominations -- Protestant, District HI director, Miss Jane! J.... \
projects that had been accom- Catholic' and Orthodox--and of Dowddll of Tampa Mr. and M..I Leon Starling,. .. : : ....
plished. many races and languages, seekto Following the luncheon, a of Lawtey, celebrated their Sliver -
Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Glenn make visible their unity In business session was held,presided Wedding: Anniversary at t
will maintain a scrap book and Christ and to share in an offering over by the chapter president their home last Saturday even-
bulletin board of the Guild's that will bring hope and Mrs. Marie Woodley of Ing.
activities. aid to thousands around the Lake Butler. Announcement was Hostesses of the receptionwere
Mrs. Thomas was hostessfor globe. made of the State DKG conven- Mrs. Glen Starling, Mrs. {r lsy
the meeting Mrs. Rich- The public Is invited to at tion to be held In Tampa, April George L. Shuford, and Mrs l
ardson and Mrs. Glenn will tend. 23 and 24. All members are B.E. Reddish. Assisting In r
be hostesses at the Parish urged to attend.At serving were Mrs. Luther 1111-
House on March 16 at 12 noon, Brownie Troop the close of the business hard, Mrs. Emory Eunice, and
and each member was askedto meeting a talk on "Whether Mrs. James Waters. CHOOSE 36"x 48"x 60"
bring a sandwich or a salad, Visits MuseumBrownie Goost Thou?" was given by Tate: hostesses presented the two-tone top table.
and a friend to this meeting. Miss Sampley followed by a couple with a silver tray as a CHROME h Rich grey textured
Troop: 440 with Mrs. short program on "The Dedicated memento of the occasion, and chair: covers. Gleam
D.W. Whlffen 'and Mrs. Richard Teacher." they received many other lovely $1 00 j ingchromelegs.x .
UDC NoticeW.T. Jockel, leaders, visited the Arrangements for the meet- gifts. 99 A ,
made the local
Children's Museum and Planetarium Ing were by Seventy; guests attended '
chapter with all local chapter ti sir
Weeks chapter UDC will In Jacksonville on Sat- members present.
meet Wednesday, Much 3, at urday. Attending with them was The next meeting will bo held
3:30: the homo of Mrs. their Brownie.Friendship troop in Lake Butler on April 20 at Fire Department a
E.L. Matthews with Miss M.idxo from Oak Hill.with Jacksonville.The the Friendship which time two new members Auxiliary Installs
ten girls -
Middleton and Mrs. Maude from Biker County; will be initiated -
troop, enjoyed a picnic
Fields as co-hostesses. luncn at noon. into the chapter New OfficersThe

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t unteer Bradford Fire Department County Vol-and
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So Many Enjoyed Our Special Last Ladies Auxiliary were hostsat
a covered dish supper for
I I II all families of the Vounteer: l
It! Fire Department The supper 1 ; Popular oval shape
Weekend That We're
Repeating was held Saturday night, Feb. CHOOSEBRONZE i table 36"x 48"x: 60"in
20, at 6 p.m. at the Fire Hall '', beautiful grained
I I on Edwards Road. Approxi- EA Canadian Walnut top.
Good Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. mately 65 people attended. ?h' Bronze Sunburst
Tues. Wed. It
S 00
,9 9 \ y chairs, bronzetone
I Feb. I Following the meal, Chief k'4: ;> 1J i iI e s finish; with elegant
26 Thru Mar. 3tOUR Harry Green made a short t wire-top decoration.
speech and then installed officers I
of the Ladles Auxiliary
$ t tt
for the coming year. \

Those Installed were: President / h 7.r j .

t CHICKEN SNACK BOX II t Vice ,President Mrs. Joseph, Mrs Bakken Albert ,

Foster; Secretary, Mrs. William 1
Includes: Gnann; Treasurer, Mm.
I t .
2 pieces of delicious juicy chicken Don Hardenbrook. Comm'ttee 'ice ,,,, ,
Chairmen: Hospitality; Mrs.
generous serving/ homemade cole 79C \oncille Robinson; Chaplain ''';, / 1
t Mrs. Edward Green Scrapbook, -
slaw- tasty tritatorhot buttered Mrs. Lamar Scott;; Member- CHOOSE '1

bread- - - - - ship, Mrs. D. RItch Green; 36" x 48" x 60"
Publicity; Mrs. Allan Tarle- Avocado a rectangular pineapplerosewood
ton; Sunshine, Mrs. Doris Cole er
Jr. top 6
OUR'SHRIMP bright colorful -

t SNACK BOX t tt Mr. and Mrs. James New- $ 99 00 t ) finish.chairs. Avocado

man and family of Pompano
t Includes: Beach are visiting their par-
6 golden fried shrimp generous ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cle-
servings of homemade coleslaw 79fl mons and Mr. and Mrs. Albert -
Newman, this week.
t tasty tritatorhot buttered bread--- t

Mr. and !Mrs. Robert Barks-
dale were In Eufaula, Ala.
t \ I1S t Thursday to Tuesday on busi-
Come To. ness.

Robert My rick attended Phase
I It One Air Conditioning School : ttt t a
\ for the U.S. Post Office at urr iifurR o, fQ
: \ \\ Fried Chicken the University; of Oklahoma In r

Norman, Okla., Feb. 1-12.Whilehe
was there Mrs. Myrick visited 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fitzpatrick -
236 SOUTH TEMPLE (SOUTH 301)) i and Billy "Myrlck at
t Arlington 'Texas. During her '.w
visit. Mrs Myrick and Miss
Starke Wishbone Florida
( Country) Gail Reddish went to Big a

L__ and Springs Mrs Texas Leonard and Moody.visited The Mr. 13t.6.,.psn at. Phone ....5817 Stark. FlorM*

Myricks returned on Feb IS.

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Time to Get Mower in Shape;

[ P jK : Fertilize Annuals and Trees


Ing trees, the FNGA suggeststhat \
Before you know it, you'll lStilSON :
oe using your power mower you punch holes In the f
several times a week says the ground to fertilize the trees.
Florida Nurserymen and Grow Begin the operation by mov-
ing away from the trunk approximately -
Brownies Visit Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and Mts. ers Association and you should two feet If It lea
Eldon Sapp visited friends In check now to be sure it Is In
Jax MuseumBrownie Jacksonville Saturday. good working condition and that large tree. Make the hole
blade is If aren't two Inches in diameter and
the sharp. you DISCOUNT
Troop 370 visited Mrs. Neal Goss of Panama in the habit of raking your grass approximately The holes eifeht beneath Inches the

the Children's Museum and City; was a guest of Mrs. Leila clippings or catching them in deep.drip line should be about two HI
Planetarium In Jacksonville on Mundy Sunday to Tuesday, and a grass catcher you should ,
Saturday Feb. 20. Mr. and Mr*. Robert L. Hall attended the funeral of Carl make provisions now to do so. to three continuous feet apart around in a circle the-
The Brownies met with theti announce the birth of a daughter Sapp. If clippings accumulate on the .
with fer tr
Fill holes
Friendship Troop from the Oak Marguerite Louise,on February lawn you will get a thatch build- trunk. "
Hill section Jacksonville,and 15. Grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson up and diseases and pests will tilizer. You In will the note an after Improvement -
and Mrs. Leslie L. Libby and be difficult to control. grass
enjoyed a picnic and games were in Savannah Ga. Mondayto the fertilizer begins to be dis '
after visiting the museum. Mr and Mrs. Edward A. Hall Wednesday of last week vls- Annual flowering plants mixed fer-
solved. Any good
Accompanying the> oirl:scouts all of Starke. itelng her sister, Mrs. A.B. should be almost fullgrownand tilizer would be suitable par-
were Mrs. T.A. Yawn, Troop Walker In the Chandler Gen- producing an abundance of that has
ticularly a
Leader Mrs. J.W.Mullis. Mrs. Bradford County; Hospital an- eral Hospital.Mr. flowers at this time of year. analysIs of phosphorous and
Paul Klsh, Miss Linda Rey- nounces the following births: But annuals, like other plants '
nolds Miss Doris Overstreetand Mr. and Mrs. David Lee and Mrs. Paul Dolenboof need fertilizer in order to pro- potassium.If you're not on a regular ,
Miss Vanessa Cohena. Williamson, Green Cove Valparaiso Ind. were week- duce a maximum amount of Y
Springs a daughter, Hope, Feb. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. blossoms. It Is now time to spray program better for peach If'd lII 'I
*'', get on one you r
John Myers. fertilize ese annuals with either -
S/Sgt. Edward A. Winkler 19.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Leonard a diy or soluble fertilizer. want peaches. As soon as the
leaves Friday for two Pam- Do not use an all-organic leaves fall off your tree you ;;
years King Lawtey, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggersof should with 3% oil to
further duty; in Iceland. Mrs. ela Lynn, Feb. 17. Jacksonville were Sunday fertilizer for your annuals as control spray scale. When the blossoms Come On In And 1 Pih?etDick
Winkler and two children will Mr. and Mrs. William Carl visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tul- the soil Is still cold and the will need to .
remain with Mrs. E.A. Wink- Wells Newberry a daughter. lie Norman. organic material will not be appear you s 1
with (2 tables-
ler and family until broken down to release fertilizer spray captan
June when Cherrie Elaine, Feb. 20. ;
they will Join him in Iceland. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen Sapp for these plants. You poons to prevent to a blossom gallon blight.of water Af-) I Donley I '
should also close atten-
pay _
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and .
ter the blossoms fall off a
Local admittances to Bradford
Pvt. Stephen Whitehead of Mrs. Eldon Sapp on Sunday. tion for any disease or Insects
Fort Knox, Ky. was home for County; Hospital this week that are attacking your annuals. spray of malathlon and sevin .A t
include Jr. Graham (they can be combined) is recommended -
the weekend. : Berry Dyal Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave Mr. Sometimes an early outbreakof
for the control of
John Nichols Mld-
; Henry and Mrs. M.C. Mrs. worms may give you holes
Angela Sttvall celebrated her dleburg; Calls Flndley, Rai- She llIe Carte, and Mr.Wells.and Mrs. In the leaves. These worms plum cucullo and stink bugs. Our International Harvester Sales Rep.
first birthday Monday ata small ford; Mrs. Lena Carroll, Lake Wlllard Wynn and daughter attended can be controlled with sevln. For a complete spray program
party.; Butlers Arthur T. Livingston, Now is an excellent time to for dooryard peaches get In
the of Linda
Allison Kolbe, Keystone Wynn to William Lewis DuBois fertilize flowering trees. If touch with your local County Dick Says That Garden Tractor Season Is
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Vining Heights; Alvin Howard Jr., In Jacksonville Saturday. there is grass growing beneaththe Agent and he can supply you
and children of Palatka were Lawtey; Mrs. Gertie McRae drip line of the flower- with a bulletin on this sub-
Sunday visitors of Mrs. L.D. James M. Norman Otis Leach Mrs. A.J. Eaves attended the ject. Just Around The Corner And lie's GoingTo
Mrs. Nora McCulIough, Mrs.
Vining. Girl Scout day director's
Virginia Browning. Mrs. WilIer meeting Friday camp Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lee Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox Try And Help To Pick The One Thais;
Mae Sue Wood
Merritt Williams underwent Davis Betty; Mrs. Eaves will direct the day Bettes of St. Augustine were and Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Den-
surgery Thursday in Methodist ard, Jessie Carver Mrs. Minnie camp at Neyatl In August. visiting her parents Lt. Col mark were weekend guests of
Hospital Jacksonville. His mother Rhoden, George Mahalko and Mrs. V.J. Spongier on Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs in Right For Yon
Mrs. Charlotte Williamsof Mrs. Gladys Hatcher Charlie Reggie Flynn of the University Saturday.Mr. Orlando.
Eustls is spending two weeksat Hllllard and Mrs. Essie L. ; of Florida was home for
the Williams' home. Crosby Starke. the weekend. and Mrs. Franklin Hitch Attending the Potentate Ball

have moved to Gainesville at the Civic Auditorium for 1O % DISCOUNT
Mrs. Desta Dyal. Miss Madge where Mr. Pitch is in law the incoming Potentate J.T.
Wew Mlddleton Mrs. Lillian Pear- practice.Mr. Rouse Saturday night were:
son. Mrs. Dorothy Mlllberg- Mr. and Mrs. P.D. FancherJr.,
er, Miss Della Rosenberg Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert Tho- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dink- On All IHC Tractors And
PLAYTEX Joan Crosby, and Mrs. Sibyl mas visited Mrs. Kathleen Goethe Ins Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Bate- Equipment
Braswell attended the BPW district in East Palatka on Saturday. man, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brant-
18 HOUR ''emsst three meeting Macclen- ley, Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Bald- In Stock.
ny Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George W, win Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. G.S.
Brown attended a committee Brown Mr. and Mrs. John To-

High Waist Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper meeting at the Harry Anna Crippled rode, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Craw Discount Good Through MARCH 10th ONLY
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper Children's Home in Uma- ford, Lonnie Rhoden Mrs. Nell;
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pad- tilla on Saturday. They were Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Julian

,, ,, '' gett, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saturday night and Sunday McRae, Starke and Mr. and
The" WtM Citdlf thtf
omlottiblm/ High lot hourt h.h Irpo..anlml Branhem attendo-1: the funeral guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Mrs. Bill Mathews of Macon 444 _
A.C'' '\ of Mrs.Clealon Rhodes Cross Stoner In Ocala. Ga., former Starke residents.The ft
-, ErEr ( t, l l lI City; Saturday.Mr. group was entertained at
wllhout I Pin,, .,, '-'. III y.) \, tl Mrs. W.B. Sewell of Eus- brunch Sunday given by Miss We'll Meet AnyCompetition y EA
binding.nd o lh.r I and Mrs. Dewayne Mc- tis was last Wednesday to Friday Sara Barefoot at her homo In ,
dl DCCAUM com
... ..,. ,.... : \, dinner Monday night on the brunch was Miss Barefoot's
: -: ::.7;-:::::- occasion of the birthday of Mrs. Mrs. H.H. Schween of Jack- father P.M. Barefoot.PLAIDGRAPHIC. On Wilh Price.
'- McRae's fdthor, George T. Hug- son, Mich., former resident of
,..;.... ( : gins. the State Farm was guest of r We'll Beat AnyCompetition ,Gr
Mr. and Mrs. R.Y. Turner Sun-
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._........xw.wn \ 1 Mrs. A.G. Loudon Jr. and day to Tuesday of last week. I Hands-
.....---- k\ Mrs. Peggy Shaller visited Mr. On Monday night the Turners _

.. :-:-...:.,.:::...:=..-:"'.:. .:::::.r. t' ,: and City Mrs.Sunday Jack afternoon.Carter In Lake held open house for Mrs. Down With Perfor lFlrarroeerre
Schween to meet old friends.
-+ ::=:::=...Caw;... { }, o ,? tyf# the farmer
B .,-, 1 Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Graham Mrs. J.A. Doran of 'Minnea mance.
..-r.-.her.............,........ IILII I were in Tampa on business polis, Minn, left Thursday for
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.....- -'" ...- last week. They spent Thursday Naples Fla. after three weeks
*."""uStump's-"..."-" < and -Ask
night with their son-in- visit with her son-in-law For Demonstration; Anytime.
fr law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. W.S.
Dennis Williams and family in Glover.
Largo.Mr. .
DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Smith .
and Mrs. Reed Lewis and Glen Davis -'1.-. ..
and daughter .-., D
STORE of Silver Springs were Monday visited friends In Mount Dora ... .... n \'if
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and Orlando over the weekend. 'j' I. ,iI'' ft; t.
Paul Faulkner.

Mrs. J.R. Wdlnwright and ... ,.-=4 ..
Mrs. Charles Darby are vis- .... ,

iting Mr. and Mrs. John Kope- IS HP watar t .ctolHflliitf tN i'.,,,, j .1a.5% }. r.
lousos in Birmingham Ala. Idutrha. 4t / ,
1 3IN..dl/Lirn1111n.. lI Aa.. !
They 014
to Sunday.
from Thursday Yy
hydraulic lift, iniff*
Pretty prices on will attend the christening of pin(.tint. powtr likt off
George John Kopelousos on Sat Widi" Urn. lor., .! a.,

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vlclt, he said.Another John G. Abate, nationally
"This is exactly what I was situation. Casey said the heatIng Community College free professional guitarist
; know
$16,031 could be rea- Guitar Lessons"Guitar .
Deficit afraid we'd do. Sawyer said, lized, less some encumberances Science. e system at Starke Elemen- charge to anyone Interested.Participants now residing In Mlcanopy and
referring to the fact that the mustbrtllgllBUl-
tary also need repairs. at Santa Fe Junior
school board has Rotten Itself against It, from, a fund Lesson for Begin first less Saturday: leaching
tar to the College In Gainesville,will con.
(Cont'd from Pg. 1) Into a hole without being cer- budgeted for major equipment.but (Cont'd from Fg.l 1) ners" will be another short 20) at 10:30: a.m. In the tact the free lessons.
tain the new state funds will $25,000 was budgeted course offered at Lake City Fine Arts Auditorium.:
would more than cover the so- actually come through to pull $8,969 has been spent plus I
called "deficit.: them out. some bills that have not been Third place winners were '0 .M
But Supt. Caaey had to admit Supt. Casey Insisted how- paid. Casey said. Steve Fetch, Linda Powell! Robin .
the funds have not actually ever, there Is no cause to The budget Information was Mullins, and Connie Chas-
been received. That point worry yet. Casey pointed out given the school board In a teen. :.
was pressed by Board Mem- there Is $55,000 of MI'P funds work session held last Thurs- In the Junior Division, fresh-
ber Charles Sawyer who point- allocated to the county for day night. Chairman Rodney man Hjalmar McMillan and Diane A NATURAL
ed out that the legislature'snew which teacher units have not Hall called the board Into session Yawn, of the Middle School
program, HB-990 has not been employed. That fund and bids were accepted took first place ribbons.
been funded. would largely cover the de- on food service for the next Darlene Hobbs Don Neel,and
quarter cafeteria workers Becky Hutchins all won second IK
raise to bring place ribbons, while David Eu- F ::4
-- -- - were given a pay
them up to the minimum wage, nice won a third place.
the board decided to meet with "Eighteen projects, thoughnot COLOR
the Starke City Council on building necessarily ribbon winners
; BIG code requirements, and will go to the Rlglonal Fair In
plans for now buildings were March" Mrs. Seaman ex-
I I discussed by Supt. Casey and plained. "We're going to pick
Architect Don Morgan.The the projects that we feel can
superlntendet agam do best In the Regional Fair."
GROUP OF pointed out to the school board The 18 have been chosen but PORTRAIT i
that It is set to receive a con- as of Wednesday had not been 8x10
tinued increase In MFP funds revealed.
through the legislature reallocation -
Pierced Earrings last year. In fiscal 71- UNI I*pw.r.u. :
the will t r femur/
72. Casey says county
I II Building ONLY ,
I receive a huge $450,000 Increase OKOUM
In MKP funds. In 72- 99c Ut..4........
I 14 K.SOLID GOLD I IQ 73. there will be a $180,000 .-.,_.00_. .
(Cont'd from Pg.l 1)) ;
Increase above the Increasefor .'
71-72, and 73-74 there will rusting pipes at Southslde
c: Tremendous Selection be yet another$190,000 Increase Casey said. That will be triedto riM!MM s..w.r Owl .
above what Is then being re- see If It will remedy the ---
That Increase will come froman o
I $1,100 Increase per teacher Maxville ,,
unit for each of the next four Truck Stop and ( ''GiIiL 'Y ,
II years, Casey pointed out.Priorto :; 'q' : PHOTOGRAPHER WILL BE AT:
I 71-72, an MI'P teacher unit RestaurantJ : ,
I Is worth $1,050 to tile county '
20OJo OFF Next that ManagementOpen
school system. year
amount will be increased by 24 If,.. MALLARD$5&1O
$1,100, for a total of $2,150 Dally \\J 0
In 72-73 an MFP. unit will Ample Parking
I I II be worth $1,100 more of $3- Visit Our Girt Shop! 113 E. Call St
350. The Increases will con-
tinue until an MFP unit will Call 289-5111 For Take Out 10:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M.
JEWELRY 1 be valued at$5,450. Jet. 301 & 228 27th
I Saturday February
Each year the county must Maxville, Florida ,
I also put up an additional mill
II of taxes to qualify for the MI-'P
Jeweler'JACKSON - -
I "Starke's Largest Quality i Increases, from the present
four mills to maximum of
---------------- a
seven mills. But Casey pointsout
the county will each year
receive a far greater Increase
PEDDLERSBUILDING than It puts Into the MFPto -
the tune of $450,000 In the
next fiscal year.CLUB. "B lB BJB e

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He's In charge of one of the largest Mr.Antuna is planning to double
sugar plantations in Florida. And his electrically driven drainage
.' that calls for a large amount of pumps in the near future.Can you
J$. drainage..done quickly, efficiently profit from his experience, by using MOTORS
B: and economically. electricity for automatic drainage -
.' Mr. Antuna says,':.operation Is ?Or for efficient and low-cost
:-' simplified with electric power.We irrigation? Check with your local
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A A ,J 4 Green Stamps!

building project*have Low Prices!
been started or completed In Everyday .
the Hampton area in recent i
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William
R. Wataon have started the Weekly Specials!
foundation for their new farm
home 01 SR 325, the former
Harold Rhoden place. Mr. and
Mri. Rhoden and family recently -
moved their mobile home
back on their former property;
off SR 18 east of Hampton.
Mr. and Mr John Campen
have been working on their
home next to the Johnny Han-
tens' on Highway 301. They
recently completed the structure :-
to be converted later for S
a garage and workshop when R
they build a larger home. 4D ST
Jeff Baker is In the process gRHNlYKE3 !
of adding onto Ma store WITH BEANS srAhAt's NM.
at the east end of town. The
cement Is block intended and warehouse frame addition CHI I L I PRICES GOOD THURS., FEB. 25 SUN., FEB. 28

storage for the store. .'
Woods have been cleared for
two new homes Just south of 4
the Rayonler homes on High CANS >1pN d
way 301, and outside work on ; .
the one Is marly complete.The SAVE t r ,: t' 9 W-D BRAND YOUNG BROADBREASTED
John Van Eeka have cleared
their lot, and planning to build
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran-
ham have moved their mobile
home to a newly cleared lot
on SR-325 south of Hampton.
The We CrUflns are In the
process of building a garage
and utility room addition to their USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN '
home In Hampton, of cement
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adklna
were In Andalusia, Ala. Mon- Ar
day through Wednesday last TURKEYS 12us SUP LB.
week, visiting with an aunt of

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ill.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Brown ........ -
and children of Orange SELf-RISING
visited here Sunday with MS USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND GRADE "A"
with his brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. ROUNDSTEAK TURKEY
Brown and family.
Mrs.H.O.Dyal returned home
Saturday after undergoing surgery -
In Alachua General Hospital PARTS SUGARLimit
Gainesville. FLOUR
Walden Wadsworth Is home I

with ces Wadsworth his mother, from, Mrs.the Fran-mer- SALE I Sugar With S7.30 or Mo,.Purchai.EM.Cig limit. 1 Flour With S7 50 or Mo,.Purchol.Ene Cig
chant marine.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin WITH RIBS i

of visitors K.B.Jacksonville Watterson.: here with were Mr.and Monday Mrs. Breast LB.79C 5L 5t%

Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Prlestor DlllCIDUS
of Ft. Pierce spent last week- POUND
end here with Mr. and Mrs.
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home, Mrs. Adklns received _
word that her brother. DRUMSTICKS ORWings BAG
Mr Prlester, had suffered a
heart attack and was In the LB. LB.39C SAVE 100'
hospital in Ft Pierce. .
Mr. and Mrs. E.P Christie 20c
and Mrs. David Kelly of Gainesville -
were Sunday dinner guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Don 11111.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thom-
Limit On.With S7,50 or Mar Purchm Excluding
as' young I son, Hunslng, was

Saturday last week. Roast $129 Juice 3 460. $100 Pears 39C CAN69c'
Mr.Sanford and visited Mrs. Hamptonof recently ll CANS ss

with Mr. and Mrs.J.G. Ad-
klns. Mr. Hampton Is Mrs.
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29-24 Victoryby .. ( yr By Elizabeth Given,* Walker I We Service Your Car as If it was t

ours Come see for Yourself.
Greater Betnlehem Free Will The annual Women's Day pro-
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper gram will terminate Sunday, t TIKES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES t tt
Terry Brown Williams, Pastor. Monday March 14. All members are _
night Senior Choir rehearsal. asked to please cooperate with .CAKWASHINO I : \ SPECIALTY .
Bradford's failure to Fernandina Tuesday night, Choir No. 3 this program.! t ,
Only continued to
open and Ushers Board No. 2 will
NAACP meeting will be held
convert at the charity line saved Its lead Tire
up until at the Discount
i4r FRL SAT.WrET .
Fernandina from meet. Wednesday night Prayer Tuesday night, Feb. 23, at 7:30at :
top-seeded a ter, the Pirates led 21-17. In
humiliating loss at the handsof the fourth quarter, the Tornado : Ladles Meeting.Circle Thursday will go night to Mrs.the Butler.St. James AME Church, Lake : ACQUAINTED OFFER DRIVE IN AND t
the last place Tornado cag. >es came to within one, ; OUR PRICES ON YOUR TIRE NEEDS
: Holton's. Friday night Prayer Thought for the week Look
In the opening of the 23-22 with 6:32 e : .
ers : remaining. Key Band will meet at home of and Live, Isaiah 45:22.: Look .... --
Florida Star Basketball Tour- free throws and turnovers ,
r Mrs. Elizabeth Wright. Saturday unto me and be ye saved.
In Orange Park
nament spoiled Bradford's chance of dinners will be sold from
Thursday. an upset. - -
Y yr the kitchen Sunday Is Trustee
Only two men were in double The will have .
day. youth charge.
Femandlna, who won the Flo- figures for the night. Tim
At 11 Morning service.
rida Star Conference, wont on Mu< rphey for the Tornadoes with a.m Moore's
Dinner will be served at 12:30. Jimmy Gulf Service Station
to win the tournament by defeating 12 and Al Albertie for the Pirates at 4
League p.m. Evening ser-
Orange Park Friday with
night and Live Oak Saturday Bradford 18.shot 53 per cent vice Ebenezer, 6 p.m. Baptist Church, 4 Under New Ownership

night. from the floor, but only 37 Rev. Leroy Davis, Pastor.
Bradford played a strict ball per cent from the line while Weekly services will begin with
control type; of offense throughout the Pirates hit for 56 per cent R Bible Class Monday night.Wed- N
the game and "did it with from the charity line. nesday night the Pastor and 4
great success," according to Big Red only nabbed 17 rebounds congregation went to Gaines-
Coach Mike: Sexton."If wo could with Charles Wright ville to render service for Rev o'tVDEPOE'S ,
have shot a decent percentagefrom grabbing 7 of the. Gainey at First BapUstChurch.
the free throw lino and % Mrs. Dora Hawkins asks all Ffil
eliminated a few key"turnovers, STATISTICSScore ___ 1 ladles of the church to meet
we would have won. soon to make plans for the
The Tornadoes had 14 turn- by Quarters: Malachi Henry's up for another rebound. Women Day celebration.The .
overs which proved quite cost- BRADFORD 6 7 7 24 Church of Christ of Gulf -
FER. BCH. 4 7 10 8 29 Henry. Bradford's second leading reboun- Gainesville will render a singing Service Station)1".t.: .

ly.In the first quarter the Tor- dart found the going rough Friday night, program Friday night before j /
nadoes Jumped to an early 4- BRADFORDJohns 2-0-4; as Fernandina allowed the Tornadoes only the first Sunday. Cor Madison & Court St. On 301 {('-' *"%
Kelly 1-4-6 Henry 1-0-2 Mur- t
0 lead, but the Pirates came ; ; The Choir Union will be held "
back to tie the g.uneIall phey 5-2-12; Totals 9624. 17 rebounds the entire night. Sunday Feb. 28, at 3 p.m. in Phone 964.8142 \ 1:1;
at the end of the quarter. By Keystone !heights All choir
the half, with the help of three FERNWJD1NV- Albertie 7- members are asked to meet to .
u. L.
key turn overs, Fernandina had 4-18; Favors 0-1-1; Hubbard 2- support the activity. DePoe Owner
an 11-10 lead.Thromh 0-4; Jones 0-1-1; Rodctter 0- Greater Allen Chapel AME
1-1; Tyler 2-0-4. Totals 11- Mini Skirt Long Hair Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins,
\ tne third quarter,: 729.Tornadoes. ,
Pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. j Starting Thursday February 18 1971
Morning service at 11. Eve- ,
Don't Make A WomanThings ning service, 6 p.m. The Mixed j

Angels 5:30.: will render a programat 1 We Will Give =

Face : ;]l

aren't always what Stavall and Auxiliary Police-
they seem to be. man Charles Schaefer The
Palatka Beautiful 6-5 Mary Frances young lady said her name was We Buy, Sell, TradeAntiques DOUBLEGFJEErvl iiSTAMPS
Tonight I
Dwyer turned out to be a man Mary Frances Dwyer, but said
she didn't have her driver'slicense
Saturday when Starke police

District GoTop became"her" frisked suspicious by a police and wo-had The with officers her. became suspicious Used FurnitureNew S & H Green Stamps

man. when the "girl failedto I
Suspicious that the sharp pull her skirt down and they Used Tools
seeded Santa re poswu looking! long haired and mlni- got a glimpse of men's Jockey ON THE FOLLOWING
Bradford's basketball team an 11-2 record against Class A skirted girl might be a man. shorts. When Noblin-i wyer
will travel to Green Cove competition In regular season Police Woman Betty Baldwinwas would not produce a driver's SoulhsideTrnding Car
Springs tonight to face Palatka play. Second seeded Clay High called in to search the license the officers took "her"to fa Washing Tire Repairs
South In the first night of ClassA had 10-7 Class A record lady. But Noblin at that point the station fro questioning.
District 5 Tournament. Palatka South Is 8-12, St. Au- ad"TIlttede was a man. re- Post Oil Change Setting Headlights
fusing to submit to the search.
Game time is 8:30.: gustine 5-11, Palatka Central
If the Tornadoes win tonight, 2-8, and BHS 1-17. NoUn! told police he was Batteries Wheel Balancing
will against Clay High on his way to a party in Jacksonville Phone 964.8178Earl's *
they go There will be no slowdown and intended to go Country Music
Friday the number night.two High in was the type of offense played against dressed as a woman/ He said Show Set SaL Lubrications Minor Tune-ups
Star Conference with. Palatka South tonight, Coach he had worn feminine clothesto Garage;
a Florida 10 and 2 record.In class JV; Sexton says. "Wo just used a a party once before, but Tires Road Service
games. .- ball 'control type; of offense a- had dressed at the party.i A country music show spon- US-301 South ,
galnst Fernandina because we sored by the Starke Auxiliary Doe Not Include Gas and Ojl! At Pumps
Santa Fe, who posted an 11-4 had no choice. John Charles Noblin, 23, a Police Department will be
record in class A play, Is favored University of Florida student staged at the Bradford High(
to win the tournament. "Ihey really did a beautiful from Frultland Park, refusedto Auditorium this
Clay High is seated number 2, Job with it too. If we could submit to the search and 27, at 8 p.m Saturday, Feb. ... .. . .. -.. . .. . ... . .. . . .. . . .
have hit our free throws we'dhave admitted his real identity. But
while Palatka South's third. Floyd Maitland and The Land
"But we're going to win It," won it. the deception cost him $138in Rovers will be the featured
I says Tornado Coach Mike Sex., "We played just as good a fines in Mayor's Court Tues entertainers. Maitland is an mt
ton.The ball game as we did against day on three charges for failure Alachua County deputy sheriff.
BHS coach is ob- Live Oak. to exhibit a driver's license Admission will b' "*$1.50 for ,
viously not writing off his Tor- and giving false infor- adults and 75 cents fo' chil- "
nadoes who have consistently "If we can play that good mation to police officers. dren.Jacksonville.
played better ball in the final we'll win it all," Sexton said, Noblin was stopped on US-
games of the season. Their speaking of the district tour- 301 Saturday by Patrolman Joe
lone win came over Palatka nament. For peoplewho

South, who! they are meeting Starters against Palatka South can'tdecide -- -

tontoht. will be Tim Murphey, Milachl Baseballers .
BUS threw scare into tough
a Henry, Dean Johns, Charles between
Fernandina last week In the
Florida Star Conference Tour Wright, and Dennis Kelly. ProgressingCoach Business full-size comfort rand :

nament, using a slow down type "We've finally found five who small
of ball control that proved ef- "Sexton car
can play together, says.
fective. SaysBradford's savings- '
Should the Tornadoes get by Murphey, who has really hada DirectoryAuto
Palatka South tonight, they will hot hand in the lastfew games, ,.f
play Clay: High In another 8:30: leads the Tornadoes In scoring baseball team is
contest Friday night. The Blue with a 12 point average for the "making progress," accordingto Sales and Service
) Devils drew a bye tonight for season. Charles Wright is the Coach Jim Duncan.
the opening round. Top-seeded leading rebounder with 95 for
Santa Fe-also drew a bye fox the season with Malachi Henry "The kids who have movedto Parrish Motors
the opening round, but will play right behind with 93. Dennis new positions are doing real
I the winner of tonight's Palatka Kelly has been doing a good job well and the hitting is a lotbetter !SALES'
i Central-St. Augustine game!! on the boards too Coach Sex- SERVICE
Friday night at 7 p.m. ton says.p171 .
"Right now, no one has a position PARTS
nailed down and a lot of

tenth graders are pushing peo- Aln71 Good Vied Cars
ple for positions"Duncan said.
Laura St. Ph. J58-5W4
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James McNeal would probablybe
at first and Randy McGovernat
third If the team had to play ELECTRIC MOTORS

"Ernie Trlest and Jerome PEAVY Brothers
c Williams are also doing real N:
fine In the Infield, while Ricky k, -
Electric Co., load 'J'' 'uyu ar gas (either six-
Bennett and Gary Melvin are Oldsmobile r;simian or V-8)Alummiod)
doing fine Jobs in the outfield Electric Motors! Straight your nearest Olds oxhaust system
Johnny Brown Is our numberone introduces a new mobile dealer's He's _got a new front-fender inner panels, antl-
pitcher and at the moment, Sold Serviced Repaired! Cutlass Hardtop that gives you the >;orrosion battery that last longer
To The MUSIC OrI.t5S our only pitcher. Generators Starters Armature Cutlass Hardtop that best of both Flo-Thru Ventilation, that brings!
"Two boys are out in the Injured Rewinding This new Cutlass model, the ,m outside air. for interior comfort,
un list: Eddie Hazen and 4044 Lenox Jan. 387-2528 gives you both. lowest priced hardtop Olds offers so you arrived refreshed and unruffled
gives you things :
Larry Brown." Both have back There you are caught: right In the A big, solid Body by Fisher with Bias-ply belted tires for improved -
Injuries. PIANOS middle. You want to have your sporty Moroceen: Interiors and traction longer tread Mo
And TheCOUNTRY Two other boys are expectedto cake: and eat it. too. room for six grown-ups SIde-guard beams in each door
report. Dean Johns and Danny You want a car: with a lot of A great coil-spring: ride, com: for extra security: plus a long list
LADS McKinney are on the basketball YAMAHA PIANOS room a lot of comfort: a lot of puter-matched to each car's: weight of other GM safety features
: squad. CONN and KIMBALLORGANS class: but you also want the Kind and equipment Specially: tuned So why compromIse Get lull-
-atO" : of. savings and economy: you norbody mounts for a quieter ride. size Olds comfort aid> everything
mally only get in a small car: A pollution-fighting engine that that goes with it- plus low price
v Where do you go from there? runs efficiently: on no-lead, towend exceptional: -'nomy too
4I"i Now! Special savings during Olds Cutlass Step-Ahead Sale!
NOTICEFeb. Right now your Olda dealer Is offering some very attractiv savings on these six' '.."as' Vinyl loP Louvered hood'
i 24, 1971 frosting for a very attractive cake: During his Step. Wnitewalls1, Wheel' discs! When opening moldings1' Plush
Merrill Construction Co., inc Ahead Sale on this Cutlass Hardtop. .,'* offering special, nylon carpeting1' All yours dt real. savings right now
has made application to the
301 3 Mi. South Waldo Bradford County Zoning Board
for reclassification of the pro-
perty described below from KI.MHALI "SWINGER"
Parcel No: 1943, Sect 3 TWP Roosevelt I\laU-3118-5I'
8 South Range East. """ Nylon. ... .,.

Couple Fri. & Sat. N 200' of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 WESTERN STOKE Vinyl top c wheel, ellICS
$2.00 per ,
and N 200' of SW 1/4 of
From 9 P.M. Till 2 A.M. !NE 1/4, all West of Hwy wnitewtii urea Wm I Wheel opening
301 and Ex R/W. LITTLE DUDE Louvered hood moldingsOldsmobile
--DRINKS 75#-- This change In classification
has been given tentative appro-
ANNETTE BETTY val subject to public advertising Western Store
Working Bar Waiting Tables as specified In the Zoning
Code of Bradford County. Western Clothing LeaU1ercS1ee .
John Torode, Chairman odds. and TrmU.r*
Bradford Co. Zoning Board Charles Sharon Petty ALWAYS A STEP AHEAD

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Local Coeds up $100 per year and a halftime The pay raise was made retroactive -
Cafeteria employee's saljry will go to Feb. 1 when the
-- up about$50. new Federal minimum wagclaw
-- Vie For LCCC .
The one cent per lunch per became effective. It will AMERICAN
By Eu Blaswhard HC Queen TitleTwo Workers day shift In labor costs wlU total about $4,000 per year.
bring In about $30 per day Last year the county' school
and will about cover the cost cafeterias served about 540,000 ELECTRICOF

The PTA will meet on Tues The children were entertained Bradford County coeds Get RaiseSalary of the said pay Increase. Supt. Casey lunches.
March 2, at 7:30 In the homes of Church
day : p.m. members were among eight semi-final. BRADFORD -
Everybody come and make It Ists for 1971 Homecoming Queen of cafeteria workersIn
a good meeting. A number of Lawtey and High at Lake City Community Col the county school system
land churches are enjoying at lege. have been Increased as much 24 HOUR SERVICE
The MYF Sub-DUtiict: meetIng tending revival service at Calvary as 11 cents per hour to meet J & J Roofing
wit held at First United Baptist Church In Starke. The two are Pat Bright of new minimum wage standardsof
Methodist Church In Starke on Services will\ continue through Lawtey and! Mary Lane of $1.65 per hour. RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL
Saturday, Feb. 13, at 7:30: )p.m. the week. Starke. The action was voted by the *
A benefit chicken dinner was School Board last Thursday on & Sheet Metal Co.
served and the program fol PERSONALS The eight seml-flnallstswere a motion by Charles Sawyer. *
lowed. Attending were Kev. and Mr. and! Mrs. Leo Dyal visited elected by secret ballot of the At the same time a penny per
Mrs. Don Denton. and Miss En- his brother M.J. Dyal, student body last week from lunch, an Increase from 131! INDUSTRIAL
M Blanchard: and young folk: of Brooker who Is confinedIn 18 girls nominated by membersof to I4t! per lunch, will be remitted Now OpenUS
Dale Trallor Debbie and Cherrt the University; Hospital In the LCCC basketball golf for employee salariesto
Napier. George Fagan, Cindy Gainesville tennis, and track teams. pay for the Increase In sal-
Duck, Debbie Scott Randy Cas- Edward Gross of Atlanta Ga. aries. 301 South, Starke Motor Control
dna. Greg Dyal, and Lamar was visiting his cousins.( Mr. Final election to select the Prices of school lunches will Specialist
Pass and Mrs Oscar Carter on homecoming queen was set remain the same, 30C for ele- Phone 964-8778 Day 473.3203 Night
week. mentary and 35C for
of last
Wednesday secondary
Wednesday, Feb. 17, with the
The WSCS met Tuesday! evening Miss Arthurlne{ Blanchardof winning candidate! due to be students. Supt. Tom Casey said
of last week at the home Jacksonville spent the weekend crowned during the half-time Increased Federal participation Specializing, In Built Up And Shingle FREE ESTIMATES
of Mrs. R.E. Lee with devo- with Miss Enia Blanchard.Mrs. In the school lunch program
tional and program by Mrs. Cora Hodges of Jacksonville of the Tlmberwolves-Jackson- will enable the penny IncreaseIn Roofs, Gutters, Down Spouts, And
Vernon Olin. The president, as a weekend guestof vllle University freshmen bas labor costs without hurting CALL 9648427wwww
Mrs. T.L. Wainwright presided Mr. and! Mrs. O.J. Anders. ketball game last Thursday the quality of lunches cur Duct Work.
over the business session. Mrs. Marian Mare was a Feb. 18, In Lake City. .
weekend guest of Mrs. Hester The Increase will push a
Hicks. fullUmo cafeteria worker's pay
The Lawtey Extension Homemakers -
met at the home of Mrs. Gladys Wilkinson\ of
Jacksonville and! Mrs. Rosa Savage
Mrs. H.C. Wainwright on
Thursday morning. The Chaplain and daughter of Stuart L
Mrs. T.L. Walnwrlght,led visited Mrs. Hattie Darley and
the devotional. After the business Vlss Strain Prescott on Thurs

meeting Mrs. J.H.Faulkner -
presented the program on day.Mr.. and Mrs.R.W. Mosley Jr.
making the new belts for all of Orlando were weekend visitors 150 FT
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
costumes. Following adjourn- '
ment, the hostess served lunch- Dyal and Mrs. R.W. Mosley. ROIL WEBBING
eon which was enjoyed by the Mrs. Mary Bostwick of Fort
17 attending. They were Miss Pierce was Saturday over- LOOS yalq yUyproD7lene
Blanchard, Mrs. T.V. Duck night visitor of Mr and Mrs. --- Iiatr
Mrs. Harry Faulkner and Mrs. L.M. McClellan. -- Gugntad aa/net/ delechiAGL
J.H. Faulkner Mrs. George Ray Dorman of Gainesvilleand .;3!:7 D O Aaorfa/ velars, 2$ width,
Tribe, Mrs. T.L. Wainwright, Mrs. Terry Denson of
Mrs. O.J. Boyett, Mrs. H.C. Gainesville visited Mr. and -

WalnwHgtit, Mrs.Margaret Mrs. B.E. Reddish during the ( : .:'"
week. [2122IGJWtmlEBiffi/
wood. Mrs. Max Newport, Mrs.Ernest q L&
Wells, Mrs. Clara Mrs. James Kelly spent Fri '"
Brewer Mrs. P.L. DlnMna, day to Saturday with her son
Mrs. George Roberta, Mrs. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and SAVI 7y
M.C. Kelley, Mrs. George Kelly Mrs. George Kelly.
and Mrs. Octavia Nlcula. Mrs. Charlie Manning was a ,
Sunday dinner guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Padgett In Clay

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Hill and visited her brothers- i
Grace United Methodist: Sun- in-law and sisters, Mr. and BOARDS
day School 9:45: a.m. Worship Mrs. Alvy Johns and Mr. and '
Mrs. Luke Johns, in Middle- s Inflrite hethladiupmenL
services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
MYF 8 p.m. Choir practice burg In the afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. R.C. Mooreof yenled terfaee1or
Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Prayer SHIRTS
MEN'S smoother
meeting 7:30: p.m. Lake C Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore and oER yRESS ,f sturdy Ironing' AUTOMATIC
Church of God: Sunday School Micky. Mrs. Danny Thompsonand metal. e '
10 Worship services 11 son Kevin of Jacksonville MEN'S Lone Dolnted
a.m. 4149
a.m. and 7 p.m. Family Night, Joined them for the special din- ,, cellar, Baaran, .e.y LIGHT SWITCHSPIRWAMtMT
Wednesday 7 p.m. YPE Thursday ner celebrating the birthdayof 1 QICKI W ORK k cotton tailond, YOU SAVI 1.21
7 Jimmie Moore( on Sunday.B. tltully
Brown of Jacksonville was ., Oup tone thadN. (
Baptists Sunday honored with a dinner In celebration -
School 9:45: a.m. Worship service of his birthday at the 1' ''11 STP
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer home of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco SAVE 11y. .. ,.-
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Norton. About ten friends and E PRISS \ V GAS TREATMENT
followed by Choir Practice. relatives of Jacksonville en- tt 8 FLUI9 OUNCES.
Joyed the occasion. tuq r Made especially I Cleans t tunit engines star
A group of 25 children from Mr. and Mrs. Roger Under fagl* ysmdy> as you drive LIMIT 1 YOU the Melbourne Children's Home wood of Green Cove Springsand Discount SIMM- SAVE r .
were guest of the Church Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pre- fr WdatbaHtN, ', GA14E0.1Me f IREAAENI
urday evening and Sunday morn- vatt of the State Farm spent x-IT and loll
Ing. They wore accompanied by Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pre- r .eleaie.Khaki, rr VIMURA woo OwfallN woo ro .. p
Rev. Llndy McGowan and several Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grey, crein. MEM' 6" wfou I '
assistants. Prevatt. t a w Suit 20 !a t4, SHOES sa i Ut< when going
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71 Trackmen Are 46 Strong 6 Cars ill PilcupOn Pageant. .

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Previous entries are: appearance In bathing suit after
Some 46 boys are out for maximum effort," the coach boys themselves.Just how much senior.Mark Crawford, sprints Waldo Road 5 wear, sportswear, and
track and preparing for the says. Added to this, Loper says, they want to excel and sacrifice and relays; freshman Tim Miss Coree VVclmer, Key- street clothes.
{I first two meets of the season is the critical lack of distance to achieve our goals is up to Crews, sprints and relays; stone Heights, sponsored by t ijoorfiine to enter the beauty;
i next week, Coach George LoI depth without reshuffling and them." freshmAn Gerald Grills, dis- Stump's Department Store. pageant is Mirch5Thepageant
weakening the team.en..e Two people, including Gainesville Sun reporter Sam MeGa'vI'Y.were ,
per says. tance freshman Mark Hodge,
I t Miss Sharon Howell, Starke, is open to girls between 16
I The Bradford High thin clad .. too, are all three out- Right now, the trackmen are distance; junior Farlon McClel injured slightly in a fiery six-car pile-up in a ;picketof sponsored by Norman's Straw and 21 years of age who live
squad will again be a young standing freshmen distance on schedule with their pre- land, weights; senior Lavern fog a mile and a half north of Fairbanks on the Waldo berry Farm. In Baker, Bradford, Clay Putnam -
l I'I team, still building strength, runners. Larry Green 'and Leo- season workouts. Some trials Outlaw, sprints; sophomoreKeith Road this morning. and Union Counties
with mostly sophomores! sail nard Garrett moved away, and have been encouraging the Tetstone, long Jump; Entrants will be judged on The contest Is sponsored by
freshmen on the squad. Jimmy Lowery moved to Jack-,, coach says. freshman twins Clarence andlIubrt Florida Highway Patrol Trooper' Dewy Gay said the accident .natural beauty, to includa figure die Starke Junior Woman's
"We hid: expected upwardsof sonvllle. and had since quit "Barring anything unfore- Van Syckel, sprints,relays face, hair personality Club. Mrs. Jane Adam, Wjtsoii
seen, wo( look forward to a successfUl ;and middle distances. began when a car driven by Samuel :McNenl of WiiMn\ xtnpppd ,
75 boys out as that many:: school, the coach! said. and poise. Judging will be on Is In charge: of preparations.
had signed up for the team," "We'll have to continue to season with most of the Rounding out the squad are in the thick fog and was hit In the rear McGarvcy's:
Loper said. However, when the work harder, more boys will team achlevelng our individualand freshmen Harry Blocker, car.
"chips were down" only 46 have to perform In three, four, team objectives. JameS Chandler Ernie Cow-
H that are out answered the call and five events, more than we Nineteen lettermen will return art, "Terry Hayes, and Able\ Another car driven by W. C. Stinson. Orange: Park, stnppcnhchind .
to the 1971 squad. They Wllttams sophomores Charles
like Loper "But ;
: "This was: disappointing as says. we are: Cownrt, Ulysses Dommon, Leroy the accident-scene and was hit by a care driven by
we needed the extra depth and can be successful especiallyIn
I James Tim William G. Robitzsch of Jacksonville. Silicon's car again hit
Davis Sewcll
balance to allow boys sufficient an Individual sport like track THE BIG SANDAL SCAND In
I rest to full achieve their- w'isre it Is strickly up to theBUSH'S dles Junior and Jimmy Andrews, hur- Clark, and John Clark, and Junior :MGarvey's car which again hit McNcal's!; car. :
relays. Fred Robinson and Charles
! $'' 1r'SSaY; = -lS:ity':: +2i::::1'kin'tkh: :={S:?+42>1.tQA': A..4::'k::'kYt'r:::: sprints, relays, and long jump. Team captain for 1971 is sen- Then a car driven by an unidentified girl stopped and Stan's Sandals '
1 I Guff Sto. Senior Wayne Bennett,sprintsand ior Buddy Paterson. Assisting was ramemd by a tractor-trailer-truck driven by Gail B. ,
And Tackle relays Paterson will be seniors John Harrison.
I Sophomore Brad Carter Douglas, Brant Turner and
I StoreSPECIHS sprints and relays. junior Jimmy) Andrews. With the Impat the unidentified carl's car burst Into .
U. S. 301 Temple Ave. Junior Holland Corbett, distance The team's first scheduled names. of Th."'. .wide. Your open ui. how man '
Minner.Sophomore. you "tow your 11",1.l
meet is the Rebel Run in Jack- t !Hut .
that' the
Donnie Crawford, day said the girl, fortunately had out of the way, sun'n ItaillmSandala
sonville this Saturday f'eb.27.Next gotten car are HUI>I"'M I 'tn be' Wide!
I e high jump and hurdles. week the Tornadoes will before the truck piled into it. "If she! had been in the open to the MUD and to Admiring
I Senior John Douglas, sprints host St.Augustine here on Tues- car she would have been" killed! ,"Gay said. the irlunoen of'ni "r-> what ,mukvi,
and I you envy your frlendi I n'tS
relays. day and Callahan on Friday, e It1
Sophomore/ : Richard Fill,mid- March 4. Both moets beginat :MeOarvey( and the Rirl were taken to (the! Ilnncrsity
Good Thru dle distance runner 4 p.m. Hospital.
Sophomore Gray Flynn,
Next Wednesday sprints, relays, and long jump.

sprints Sophomore, lo.:\, and Milach1Henry high jump., Swine Producers Plan Second I\P.Lrr
HEAVY DUTY Sophomore Donald Keys, pole

BoatTrailerPump $13 51 vault Sophomore and hurdles.Levy Lennon, Meeting in Ag Center Tonightvice \

t, sprints, relays and long jump.
Senior Leon Manning,sprints.
TypeELECTRIC Senior Tim Murphey, high
jump and hurdles. The second: In a series of discuss trends In prices ed the February 16 meeting of *4't
Senior Buddy Paterson: swine producers meetings will and production cycles. the !North: Florid Poultry Pro-
f ) Durrance, who conducted the ducers Association in the agricultural -
middle distance. be held tonight (Thursday at
Ricks,high Initial mroting, told the group building ;
Sophomore Jimmy 7:30: o'clock in the agricultural -
i TROLLING 150 r:; jump.Sophomore. building. that they must produce the right Herman Jo.ies, president of
kind of pork (meat type), and
Steve Strickland,
Tonight's meeting will be in Oak Crest Hatcheries: In Jack-
I MOTORS Up I pole vault. charge of Ken Durrance, University Increase their feed efficiency" sonville, related experiences
"or get out of the business.
Senior Brant Turner, sprintsand of Florida swine specialist during his 25 years in poul- toll'sBootcry
Improved practices are a"must"
':0 relays. who! will lead a dis- try production, and gave pre-
Promising newcomers to the cussion on nutrition and the If producers are go- dictions for the
Industry's fu-
LiveBait WIGGLERS WORMS Ing to show a profit, he said.
squad Include Junior Joey Bran right type of hog need J for ture. $299
CRICKETSEARTH :::3 son, weights; sophomore Donate profitable production.The County Agent G.T. Muggins
II WORMS SHINMtRS Burch middle distance; first In the series of urges all persons: l.terested Jo.ies said the outlook for TO +
: freshman Jimmy Cauley, hur- swine meetings was held on In swine production to attend the future Is good; for those Cer Walnut and l.aIl Eta
dles; senior Benje Clark, pole February 18 when 29 producers tonight's meeting. producers who maintain efficient 10"SUNNYLAND ....-_. Phone 964-7353
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1 freshman John lemons, hur- marketing specialist with the POULTRYM7.N! !/ take the man out of management -
DO YOU? ;i dles, weights, and long jump! ;. t'F: cooperative extension ser- Around 45 pajHrymenattend-: ," he said.

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Area, Greene Tells GroupThe

fine art of antique bot- patent medicines, whiskies,
tle collecting was describedby wine, perfume\ etc. Old rail-
John Greene,of Camp Bland- road towns are good bottle-
lag, before a large attendanceat hunting sites, the speaker said.
A ccent The PositiveWhile a meeting of the Bradford Most of the bottles being found
County Historical Society last today were made after the Civil
+ Thursday night In the Starke War, Mr. Greene said. The age

admittedly still in the cate- ures. After all, they were told from library. of a bottle can be told from the
Its manufacture
gory of "one man's opinion," the the beginning that it would take from Describing bottles his,method the speaker of findIng shown method by used seams and various
suggestion has been made: that a start three to five years to "get going" said the collector must first types of necks and bottoms.

toward economizing In state and local with a successful operation: and should find the location of an old home- The earliest bottles were hand-

government could be made: : by trimming not expect quick success. any AJ site or an old dumping groundand blown, he said, and professional -
expenses in the operation of the Starke w. t1'w then probe with a thin blowers had to be Imported

State Farmers Market.At Marketing can mean the difference steel rod before starting to from Europe at great
They were paid high
dig. You can tell when the expense.
between success and failure of farm- and
probe hits a bottle, Greene salaries, Greene said many
the recent legislative hearingIt Ing operation and perhaps what is said, by the squeaking sound of them took to heavy drinking. 11
was pointed out that the marketIs needed to realize the full potentialof and feel of the metal against Many glass manufacturing (
used intensively only two or three our market here is closer contact : glass. plants burned down because of

months out of the year, while two with buyers in order to find oat how r4. When this section of Floridawas In the fires, the started speaker by drunken said. workmen -
first being settled
personsa manager and a clerk-- much and what kind of produce they 1820-30 period, water providedthe

are employed on a year 'round basis. can use, and then convey this informa- 4 easiest and cheapest trans- Mr. Greene has around 500

tion to local growers who must be "' portation, the speaker said.The antique bottles In his collec-
The statement was made that"straw assured of being able to sell their St. Johns River and Black Creek tion, most of them found! around

berry production Is on the way out"in produce after they have grown it. were the main water routesIn old homesteads and settlements
Bradford and Clay Counties.
this area and old settlements In
Bradford County and that vegetable
along their shores are He recommended bottle col-
production is giving way to increasing There is a nationwide trend for likely hunting grounds for bot- lecting as an interesting hobby a

emphasis on poultry and livestock in- all produce-- vegetables and fruit, as and pointed out that some of
terests. well as poultry and livestock-- to be -- --- tles.The first federal roads were the oldest bottles in this area

produced and sold on a contract basis. built in this area during the have a commercial value ranging .
Dresden China Dishes Slunv ScenesOf 1830-40 period, and connected up to $150 or $200. i iIt
While in with This method
sympathy any move- is now being used in the such sites as Newnansville, then was announced that t the
ment designed to eliminate or trim feeder pig, feeder calf, and poultry the capital of Alachua County, Society Is planning field tripsto
unecessary state or local:: government industries quite successfully and Starke As It Was Years AgoA Fort Harlee in Bradford County, the site of Fort Harlee and
spending, we would hate to see any should likewise prevail for fruits and and Whitosvtlle (the forerunner the Brooker: Sink Hole this

action taken that would/ result in phas- vegetables. Otherwise, farmers will hint of Starke's more ".Ie- This dish was discovered and area. Several years ago Mrs. of Mlddleburg) on Black spring, and the public will be

Ing-out eventually closing the Starke no longer be willing to put their labor gant" past has come to lightIn purchased by Mrs. Gene LongIn Long gave the dish to E.L, Creek. invited to attend. !
Matthews president of the through The annual election of officers -
these two fragile pieces of an antique show at Haw- The railroads came
market.: Rather wojld: we like to seea and money Into growing crops for
will be held at the
Bradford County Historical Society added Impetus
Havlland china, turned up In throne several months ago. about 1850 and new -
positive and aggressive program which they have no assurance of being widely separated sources and Also found in the same shop and it is still in his pos to the use off bottles for meeting on March 18 In the 1-
inaugurated that would bring the mar- able to sell.There now in the hands of local col- was an old Starke scenic postcard session. shipping liquids all kinds- Starke library. :

ket into more full-time use, thereby lectors.Six with a photograph of the
justifying the expenditures for full- is no reason for Bradford and a halt Inches long same bath house. Both Items
and 4.1/2 Incites. wide, the are in the possession of Mrs. Who ordered the miniature 4-H and FFA Members Busy ,
time employees.We : County to go Into an agricultural decline glazed china dishes could possibly Long. dishes originally is not known

if adequate markets are deve- have been used as ashtrays The dish at lower left Is of course, but It is considered ,
are not yet ready to "write loped for our produce and growers or mtghthave been mere- captioned, "Bradford County likely that more of them are Preparing for G'ville Showiii' .1

'. o:f" strawberries, or any other farm have assurance that they can sell ly decorative souvenirs of Court House Starke, Fla.." in existence--possibly with additional -
:' crop in Bradford County, where agriculture the products after they are grown. Starke. and shows the old red brick scenes of Starke--slnce
the cost would have been
Printed on the back of each structure on West Call St. as pro-
of the Bradford has
has been a mainstay a fortunate advantageover
hibitive to have Dresden
Is the wording, "Made In Ger- it appeared when oak trees pro-
: economy for more than a century. many other Florida counties In many expressly for Starke, were young and the site was duce only one of each.

... that we have varied types of soil Fla." and the Insignia "Dres- surrounded by an Iron fence.
It is true that berry growers have that make It possible to grow vir- den." This dish was presented 12 Antique lovers In Bradford

experienced two bad years in a row, tually any crop suited to our climate.We Of the two beautifully colored or 15 years ago to Mrs. T.T. County should keep their eyes
and can hardly be blamed for their are not restricted to one or two scenes, the one at upper Long by a cousin, Gwendolyn "peeled" for additional dishes ,

discouragement. A few have given up fruits or vegetables as so many other right Lake bears, Starke the caption, Fla."Kingsley ," and- Cochrane It is not of known Thomasvllle.where Mrs.Ga. when browsing around antiqueor }

the struggle in favor of poultry production areas are.These depicts the cupaloed bath house Cochrane obtained the dish, but second! hand shops. If any

or other Interests, and othera are problems and possibilities of "Anderson's Retreat" believed presumably she discovered It, more the Historical are found Society please who would notify

are threatening: to do so. But part of to which our local Market Com- to have been the first like the other one, in an antique like to have a collection for future -

.. the cause for this year's decline In mittee, the market management, and public resort on KInglley.Farmers. shop In the Thomasvllle museum display.

acreage is due to the scarcity of of
the state Department Agriculture ,
fall and cannot be blamed ,
plants last specialists should address themselves.

entirely on the discouragement of Rather than talk of retrenchment, em- Diaryadditional JT7

growers.In phasis should be on a program of .
aggressive leadership and explorationof two cent per gallonon
With the first of March almost _
fact, there are some hopeful signs the many new challenges that are here, the winter season gasoline.

for berry growers. The labor situationis being presented by the developmentof should be over with and every- f .

reportedly "easing up" some, with new crops and new methods of pro- one but the people In the heat-
the scarcity of jobs in other fields. duction. Ing business should be relieved. Speaking of taxes, we noticed
This should help relieve one of the Last week we had some mild that both here In In the Lake Wayne Norman (left ) and Ricky: Tonillnson.: ; rT'

headaches for in this mistakes weather for a change, but we Butler hearing, the legislators members, ready their steers!' for the renter; f.K.'iif; :
biggest growers This is not to that I
say that U here. state Show
won't feel Spring present warned that on March: I.
area. The Strawberry Co-op, while have not been made In the past, and until we get some showers and is In a bind so far as moneyis

admittedly having Its troubles and that economies should not be effected: then hear a chorus of peepers concerned and that depart- .
struggles during the first two years where possible, in the future. But welcoming another season. According men budgets are in for what -- ---

of operation, may yet become apowerful regardless of this, let's "accentuatethe to the experts, this By Sam McGarvey Sen. Verle Pope called "a close
past winter did not set any scrutiny" before being approved. -
force in
solving marketing prob- positive" and forward with a
go records but It was bad enough. We would add to that
At the recent legislative hear- e
lems If stick with It and do In
growers more effective marketing program of voters .
ing, Arthur Gasklns made the the fact that a lot
not become discouraged by early: fail the future. S. flat prediction that strawber- will also be watching Intently rp t ''r t ;

ries were "on their way out and that what happens will
A week ago last Saturdaywe around here" and only time be remembered in coming e- MlK n
. Conscience A nd PotIn celebrated the return of will tell If he is right. We lections.
warm weather by taking\ off do know that only about half
for St. Augustine and the coast the usual acreage was planted .5.
a rather disturbing statement, on nothing but pot. I did this for south of there, but as you may In berries this season but
Dr. James Bax, secretary of the State almost a year then started living ina remember, the wind blew hard we'll have to wait until next This is a good time for all
all day loan. It blew so hard if that trend con- eligible landowners to sign up
Department of Health and Rehabilitative crash pad where there were maybe fall to see
that it leveled the waves at for homestead exemption and
tinues If berries will makea
Services, has said that in his opinionthe 15 or so kids moving In or out all the shore, and after a dinnerat comeback. for assessment of their lands

"crime" is in the punishment the time. There was lots of dope a restaurant at Marlneland, for agricultural use. The dead- 44
meted out for the possession of mari- going through. we had had enough of the wind Sea line Is April I, and It's a while

juana, rather than. in the possession and were glad to get home. off yet but If you should for-
get to qualify for the exemptions ;-
Itself. "One night I took one-fourth tab
Another topic at that hear- you may have to pay
of 'orange sunshine' (acid) and I got ing was the type of Incinerator several hundred dollars more
World War Vets
His feeling is shared by R.F. Cowan, pretty messed up. I went over to my poultrymen must use in In property taxes. ''':''- """" ..r..,.......
Division of Audit Corrections psycho- chick's house and began to see all Will Get $17,000 disposing of dead chickens, according -
logist, who favors the legalization of sorts of colors and patterns. ThenI Bonus in CountyBradford to the Air and Water CharleneIelvin: (l left). I-II Club meinhei. is pictured
marijuana limiting the sale to per- had to drive and I almost didn't Pollution Board. When told that with steer she will take to (Gainesville; Show.
such available We went to visit Sam'smother
no equipment was up I
sons 18 years or older who could make it. The next morning I was the A&WPB told the poul-- Jacksonville last Saturday Her sister. })c"na. stands in for her brother.!

purchase the drug legally In accord- crashing real hard. County's World War trymen to hire an engineer to and saw dogwoods and Gary Melvin FFA member showing (the steer he
ance with their individual toleranceas veterans will have their bank- design it and the poultrymenwere azaleas in bloom up there.Ours has readied for March 1 event.4H'ers ,
determined at a community drug "I began selling pot and acid fora rolls strengthened this yearto upset-to put it mildly. are late, but we think that a
the tune of $17,000, repre- Sen. Saunders said it the hear- few more days of sunny, warm
experimentation center. percentage and spending the moneyon Lee grooming, and tralntnj their
senting the sum they will receive ing that he had requested the weather will bring them out Sparks, Dwightand
anything I could get stoned on. from a total of $275 board to be more cooperative. In all their glory. So far we Michael Emery, and Char- steers to show.
If these two officials think that marijuana I don't think probation helps. People million to be paid to veter- I'S have just one little old pansy lene Melvin of Brooker and From this project 4-II and
is so benevolent, we wonder If should look at other people and see ans who have maintained their .5. bloom as a sign of the coming Sue Edwards-of Starke are busy FFA mom'jers have an opportunity ;;
to learn selection of brat
they have read the testimony of one what it does to them. A lot of people Insurance policies. Spring. preparing their 'steers for the rattle, animal nutrition, control
Gainesville Area Steer
teenager at the state-operated Fort who started with me are near veget- The meeting held last week Greater 'f diseases and parasites and
the a. Show and Sale on Thursday,
:a complete four-lanlng of
Clinch Youth Camp, who told how he able now. They can't speak or think The money has become: :available U>301 north and south of here March 4. The Show will beginat many: other management pract-
got started on hard drugs through an straight." for distribution because drew a "bigwig" In Edward At the meeting last week on 9:30: a.m. at the Gaines- ices in the production of beef

early association with marijuana.This the interest earned by Mueller, secretary of the Department road matters, it was broughtout ville Livestock Market in cattle.
Dr. Bax says It hurts his conscienceto the trust funds governing the of Transportation. He that SR-24 (between Waldo Gainesville. FFA members!
has been unusually The Cttlnssville
policies called for changes in the laws and Sperry plant In Gainesville) sbowing are Ricky Tcmlinson, show will
is his testimony: have to jail marijuana users.It and because the death have 68
large, dealing with acquisition of is in the 1973-74 primary road Dennis Rhoden, and Gary Mel- entries 'rom \lachua,
rate among policy holders has rights-of-woy, saying that Flo- budget. That Is good news to Bradford and Unlo.i Countiesthis
"I started smoking pot in the 7th should also hurt some consciences been lower than was foreseen rida is the only state In the the many of us who use that after selecting their steers year. According to mrny
grade. It was just an occasional thing to see young people use marijuana when the premium rate was nation which bears the cost highway, as when it Is com- last summer, these young people observers, it is one of the
for kick*. After a while I got to know and go on to progressively set. of lawyers fees for those who pleted, a four-laned highwaywill have spent many hours on best steer shows in Florida.
this project.! In addition to the The public Is invited to attendto
and go( to court In condemnationsuits. be available from: hereto
more people started smoking It that turn
stronger drugs ultimately Sharing In the distributionwill He also advocated an Gainesville. dally feeding they have been see some of our top youth In
more. Soon I was spending money them into "near vegetables." be nearly four million busy halter-breaking, washing, action at this outstanding' event.
World War Q vets who hold

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The Bradford County Of'the 1,030 veterans of both Patricia Phlfer and Judy Lo- second In the gelding halter
Il"-- wars residing. in Bradford per of the Bradford 4-11 Horse class and ;pole bending; third
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED County, only about 260 will Club took major honors at the in open stock seat youth rein-
$ be on the receiving end of this Biggs Stables Open Horse ShowIn ing and barrel! race; fourth
1879 windfall'' They are the ones :Newberry last Saturday. In youth showmanship, open
who held onto their policies. trail class, flag race and balloon

from Biding Light Brown Sugar race; and fifth In open h A Nli'
lfhsBibleRemember Of the veterans who do quality Foot and Judy Bars, Patricia western pleasure.
those who were In World won the Overall Youth Championship -
the words of the '
NINIIa yFLORI declared the
War 0 will receive Judy was
Lord Jesus, how He said. It Is I an aver-
Overall Open Champion, riding
age of $122 each, and those of .
A'p ESSASS.O more blessed to give than to the second World War will ave Trigger. Patricia and Judy, both of
receive.-(The Act 20, 33.) rage $64.The Theressa, have been active in
Patricia riding Judy Bars,
1' ON the Bradford t-H Horse Club
Often when
placed fifth in youth reining since It was organized last year.
a friendly smile upon VA explains that the a- and open trail class; second In They have participated In num-
a lonely person, or a wordor mount a veteran receives depends youth stock seat: third In vouth erous horse shows and have
deed of help and encour- upon such factors as western pleasure and halter. represented their 4-H Club In
agement to one in distress, we age, the age of the policy, and Riding Light Brown Sugar Foot the District and S tate 4-H HorseShow
B. L. MATTHEWS E'I"rPaIlUtIIqI'UJUaheol have been wondrously rewarded its face value. Those eligibleto Patricia placed first In showmanship To encourage other 4-H :
each Thursday end entered as Second by such an inner satisfaction receive dividends will get ; second in youth barrels members to Improve their. w
das Matter .t the Foil Office at Starke. Florida as a fortune In the payment on the anniversary open stock seat, and bal horse projectJudyad! Patriciaare i" 5 sext } -
wader A et W March 'r<, U7t.BehsertpUoa dollars could Indeed dates of their policies. It Is loon race; third In open wes planning a clinic in grooving ,.
not equal.
ia tirade MM 1 rear, II.", 0.&...* blessed when not necessary to apply, since tern pleasure; and fifth In pole and showing at taller for
we are we the distribution: will be made bending and flag race. members of the Bradford 4-H
trade areas S year. give, unselfishly, and In love. automatically. Judy, riding Trigger placed Horse Club.


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j r-------------------------BROOKER in BRIEF !I, Sales Tax Revenue UpSales tn The ('......11 Court Of The In 'the 1> rmirt ni.d.] to Ih. H.m..rtiM<> County
I'taMii. .....\lrlal la And For Ilriulrortlnni F'l u Kin for approval I I of fwild
'I <> Ciineo.. DOS I In intntd Of I-ucmtla H. n BY LINDA C. COX tax collections In Bradford > lt< .
Statewide f 'of t the "n.Io..1..n. nh-
there was a yieldof I'.rulh' M Jackaon' Hawth Green t ., .
County totaled $51.380: In WalterJiawtliofn J. tioti*. If nnv. Nhnttlfl be fll"lxvllh
$70.4 million in state sales erne !Plaintiffvii, KIVAfj NOTU-K!:
1971 11.8 *. DefendantNOTICB ; Nonce In h'rAhv tf111\ tltit IhlN011'1 Julian M.
January an cent
per tax collections for January, 1971 .. fir*' tu* nn Admlnlatratar otulrl V
..1t1I; Yi.\" ( OF Ht'lT thIn'.n. ii t.aa flied( l n
-"If'; \ Miss Ramona Harrell and her Jump over die $45,958: collectedIn resulting In a two per cent Increase TOValur: Hawthorne Ad--. fin/ til errmanl'lea. tine ninI", | ,ittlio Johan' :"'M tirnene

sorority sister, Miss Karen January 1970. over collections In Jan- arena. You I'nknown Aro lleiehv, Nolltle.tth"t mt<.! l utr R.I"IIII.I.II..n..r. "and l norl'I. (I,1"the* JIIII..A)1 lr*.<*n*. A. Adtnlnli
llodje were visiting Bamona'sparents uary of the previous year, according nn niilon for divorce had. th.rturn, thul, uftori"illr., .. ..- 1B,t"r of' th" F jtate. of Lucre.tin I,
It also represented a near 25 t been filed iignlitHt. >'itu and von tlon of I Mii" colt r. .onL. ,' i Y. 1.11 h H Ornnn" .
and I lar- .
Mr Mrs. to .
Guy a report released ,.. First" I'"bllah.d( nit- F n. II. I
per cent Increase over the$41- tare retiulre to eerie a copyof \\ i r.n i four i i mm t iitK o
rell and her sister, Rhonda, 623 collected Friday by Comptroller Fred O. your uiltten ilefenaea. If tvii.. I, r>,i'l'H, \, I will 1 Ln 1t71 2-18 4t 3-U
over the week-end. Both 1 girls here in December (Bud) Dickinson Jr. 'any, to It on llugene: F show' I
1970. Attorney for Plaintiff. whoa Cmddrea ,
attend FSU and are membersof H2 \\eKlCalt,
la t
h I the Delta Zeta Sorority. "Slow but consistent 1'. O llox 10111.* Ktarkc Florid"'b .- - -- -. _ _ a
I'i Sales tax collections In Clay increases mod file the nrlKlnal ultli IhlJl.k
Miss Dottie Sue Kelley was County in January totaled $96- each month have pro- of I Ilia nltove-alvled lourton -= -
r home from FSU visiting her duced or .before Mart: 'h 17. 1971. -
j a 6.7 -
965, a 4.76 per cent Increaseover per cent margin i
r otherwise a Ju.lir.-mi'nl may haontered
mother, Mrs. Doris Kelley, over January 1970 and a $9- over last year's intake from the itgrilrini, VDU for the
the weekend. She Is also a 000 jump over last December. sales tax revenue," the Comp: relief\ ntiiidid" <1 In th. ,Complaint 10 %
Delta Zeta
Union County collected $9,755 troller announced. Wltnean urv. hand R"Ihn
Carl Johns 1\-\
a kindergarten last month, a 19.22 cent teal of (old, < our" i on the 10
student Is In Alachua General per Nine; of Florida's 67 counties dav f T..hll., : v. 1'lTlOH J t''f( :'rp'.J
increase over the $8,176 collected ISI AT., .
Hospital with pneumonia. We in January 1970 and an reported less sales tax revenueIn be- I S! Hr..wnAK
wish for him a speedy recov- January 1971 as in January <'li rk ,nr cold"1 'nirt ON ALL PURCHASES
$1,800 over sales tax llVI' ruin>n V l III"' iivt OVER $1.00
ery.Deena collections last December: 1970 >ei '" Cl< I I if!
Cox is another victimof J.It it J-U I

chicken pox. Sure hope that THURS. FRI.
-MAR. 4 5 6
laTba rUr. ult. Of FVtlm I ,
she feels better soon. Her bro- : * ...., d'eerf. I Ire/t. InAttd ,
ther, Bradlee, had them a cou- .. For llriMllurd. teuntr ONLY
ple of weeks ago lie said, < ... :Yu. elm: AMERICAN I

"I will be glad when the ole dlvUlun Humo Nvruilty of Oxfolil Corporation., ,, KlnuninOjiiipanlt'e .a

( chicken pox season Is over." Itti Plaintiff *veVlxuau II MOVING
I am sure that many of the Alyet. d"Neh'Lyon., hli FROM FORMER ALVAREZ
wife, and (llorla Brown un-
children would agree with 1 him-- murrled IJ.,fendanteNOTICK UPHOLSTERY : STORE TO 2 DOOR WEST
Z especially those of the kinder- OF HAUI3NotlcuL O
) ) 'IM Ite-rebv oven purhaunt -
garten and first grade group. too" Final Denee In
t; ..,." ., Our heartfelt sympathy goes Fi.,eclo.llr. dated I'elintary" I 9), "LET US MAKE YOUR OLD FURNITURE:
I'. Ui.1'' .. '> ,.')1''#!' -"." out to the family of Mrs. Lot 1(3 171,,of and the Klwiith enfrud, Judicial In, IIIH Clr-No, NEW" !I I
4 tie Jones during their recent cult In and fop Bradford, County .. CARROLL 5
Florida wh.-rain Home
Construction of the new enjoyed a weiner roast, hik- loss. 8uuurlty Oortioratlon a dlvlaIon (Our !Material or Yours) I
Brooker and singing ofOxf.>rd' Finance CompunleH. -
Baptist Church is progressing ing, playing games CARD Inc la Plaintiff and Claude.
f rapidly.Both the sanctuary around-the-camp fire, and most OF THANKS Alyera, Jeaale M\>'ura. hla v.lf", KITCHEN & DINING CHAIRS I I II
and the Those The family of Lottie M.te end lilorla lll'own. unmarried :
educational wing of all Just being together.
I lll hell\ Clothing & Shoe I II
, have their outside walls up attending the camp-out were: Jones takes this means of the ale Defnndant hlochenl1".1." beat bidder to I Store

and are ready to start roofing. Debbie Douglas, Lane Temple thanking their many friends for 'for cash nt the front door" of
i The church members Natalie Quclksall, Valerieand the flowers, food, money and the liradford County 1'nurtYeas. RECLINERS ROCKERS I I II
are look- ,
In Hl-nrke. Florida' at :
( ing forward to moving Into the Kathy Bristol, Robin Wil other kindness shown, during It-DO: o'clock A. M on the let I 118 WEST CALL ST.
i their time of sorrow. May God day of Miinh.11171 the following
new liams and Cherie Hinton.
; :
sanctuary by sometime In Bless each and dean:>ed propi-rly us sat LOUNGE
everyone.Ctarnl CHAIRS
JUly. Meantime, services are PERSONALS forth In cold Final Decree loIt o SOFAS ,
i, being held In Brooker Elemen- Little Deena Lynn Cox turns wit' :
r>tl. SuhdlvlBlon.' I II
tary School. (Pictures above twol Tuesday, Feb. 16, wasDeena's LEast iMifivv. FloridaDated I
show outside view sanctuary) birthday, and a few J. 'rhe Jutflclul' .* Court rircuM Of TheKlicHIk Of thl 10 day ot February :I New Location I

i and Inside. view of education friends and relatives called by .'10..'''' In And Fur llrailrordtoiinly. Gilbert, 1971. S. Brown FOR FREE ESTIMATE
; .
wing). to wish her "happy birthday". Cn.e \o.Iluy Clerk of the Circuit Court
A group of girls from the Among these were: Mrs. A.B. ve "i Shirley B LiauHlierty.Ann Plaintiff.Wuudard' Uy Virginia Deputy. P.Clerk Darby CALL 964.8427 :

Brooker Baptist Church en- Adima, and son, Bobby; Mrs. Uuuichert.v Notice Of Defendant.SuitTot William I). Reynold I I Opens March 1st

'. Joyed a campout, night, Lloyd Dyal and granddaughter, Shirley Ann Woodard 2\1\ Northwest Florida lath Avenue L

, I'-eb. 20. Mrs. Carolyn Dyal Suzanne Dyal; Denna's aunt, Dauichertv. Addiee' Unknown. Attorney Oalneavllle. for Plain t __ ___ _ _ -- -- - - !
You Are Hereby Notified -
and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and 28 u 2.25
Shirley Green ,
took the group that an ,action for divorce has
to Camp O'Leno State Park daughter, Peggy; Mrs. Inez been filed, atralnet you and you

near Ft. White, where the girls Green, Deena's grandmother, of are your required written to Nerve defenaee.a copy Itany
1 M and her aunts, Shirley and Cherie to It on KuKeno; F. Shaw
; all of Brooker; also her Attorney for Plaintiff whoee FOOD FAIR
addreni I.I 1U We.t fnll
The f IroiiU "'nnrt Of. FloTItln. aunt Becky from Lake Butler, Street T. O Box 1080. Slal ke.Flollda
In tluhtli: Jnilli-liil. I .Irrull, and Mrs. Gene Edwards and and file the origlunLwith : I .nt
In And lr..r llriiilforil. Count: the Clerk, of the above- ;
children Tina and Johnny from
\ *>* styled Court on or before U.S. CII ICII
'nee Lol o.Iron; InnriK. Plaintiff.VH near Lake City. All enjoyed Match 6. 1 1D71>> otherwise ... FO D
Alexander Jones, L>ofend. cake, ice-cream and lemonade. judgment may be entered
iixalnit the reliefe-
' ant Nrvrr.rutn Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Sheppard mended rutllfeorC,: DI
The Name Of The SUM Of of Gainesville visited with Mrs. Vv'ttnee. my hand and the
Peal of ald Court on the Zt
*'I''To'a:! The nefondnnt' In th. Inez Green and family Sunday day tif January 11)71.)
fcbo\e-n! mea < MIHPAloxomW afternoon Feb. 14. (SCAL
Jon<*H, TteiridenciiYou" : Hilbert. S. Brown
An Clark of Said Courtnv
: Are I1..hv.11": "" (' ... Of TherlKMh Ueulah M. Moody.
fc.r null for illvi\ >,i4ee "f thtnnrrlniri I* The Irenlt Of Deputy Clerk;
< t hHw..n .....IIIn.I the rn"And Knr O.noUo..I"nnn" ,./ u ,.?
; Loin Irene Jnnen.linn t--l.irl.ln
V-lHlntlff. '. Case >". IonTh.lma
( ..... aelf.r -
boon filed ndx MHI' Claire Crosby, Plaintiff
'n.unt.) l.v IreneJonee ..v.Je.ld 1CroabY., NOTIrT OF inns
nM'J.n ,
thehnve.rtvlttl Sealed Did. will l hfl receivedup
.. 'II. Court I mid couchand D.fend"nl.NOTI'F.. OF SUIT to and not later than 10:00: ONUS BUYS OOOO THIU WIDNIiOr|. MARCH' 3. 1971. QUANTITY RIGHTS' RISIRVID.
'ou' Am reoiilTpn'I tn rue a.m. :March 8. 1971 In the office .
Vnur.. y df.h.e rf, nnew'pr tn theComplalnt IfilS TO': Jerald t Oarvev.H Crosby Apt 14 of the DUNlneM Manager BZOmUQEHJ LufflJOiyLiiU lumjvMti *;;: fj HVdi itJ.ifcaU lulll.'Uli.Jfa. ULICI014
n ft filed% thereinwith IF.t':: I Florida State Prlaon. fur the
the ClerU\ of the rirniltrourt \ H'irelvnlNotified ale -nt Pine Pulpwood harveeted -
;nd for Brnrtfnr.l' You Are by prlaon" force additionally .
("ivintv.In *f rnirthnu...... "Stnrke.riorlrti. been .an filedaageinetvYou AntS hue coaled blili will be tecel- PORK LOINCHOPS
". 120M I and n.rt'n neons' ac."y v.d. on a luftnp Mum .baale for L4i
thereof unon pinlntlffiittornev you are written defen.e., the harveetlnit of all pine timber Fi &
of your
T To\l..ln. and pine putpwood locatedIn
j I Matn Hnrton: !Street. P.O. If any t''> It nn for Eugene;: Plaintiff.F.Shaw designated. ....P.'h.\ ..." areirenerally
frnwer nI'II2... Onlnocvllla FlorMa whose, nddreceIc Attorney 142 Went fall worked out t.p..ntine .. -
:March round
I 2 2 a0L on or liefnre Bon 10S9. StarkeFlorldn area And areas of
117)) : and If von fall to will Anio (Street; ,1O and- file the orlainaiwith timber Harveatlnv to be done
Jndiement HUcreaHful bidder within -
fiefnutt hr the
the aho'eot'I".1
Clerk of
be tixkcn n\ \ nanlnut' vnutr':or tlio the Court on or before the eIKh'.n8) month i vnrMf tow met n Htnwiow ma rv IMITMK tow HKiiim intrmr tow ma>
Cnr"clnlnt -
demanded ntherwlm-1Jud..em..nt beginning. March I. 1D71 to
relief 1M1.
and thereafter sakiCane March 29. may be entered September 30, 11)72) lilda shall
iihaH: nrnreed ex nJ'neli for the relief demanded be aealed and returned In nnpn' LIBBY'ftLIM FRESH,4I
aualnet ynu "
[lltl for
WItne.U rov hand:. .In"tarkaFln In the Complaint. the Xlurvimtad. Pine marked tfulpHoiMl to ASIM VAPMATI* 1.ery
eel ruerY"o\l'h.t\. 71. at Wlenenn of paid. Court my on the 18th be opened Murch 5. 1971" or MIITII 0< MILK t
neat .
1071.SK "nid for lump \1,1Pine Timber
dRY of February Salt'. to be opened 10 00
(!4t.\T.'t!' ",own. ((1 1.*T,) Mown n tn March! 6. 1'I71"! and ,.". / '
'"\ ,rnurt.1n Gilbert a turn In Kiiffklenl time for the e) l> e
\ .(\'h'"F"r "rnM"1'11 Counly. Tiy A. (n' euIah. Of;M..nMoo: \ Mr bid. opening Jim to'Chnfttcen.: BtialnensMnnauer.

r'dlh"h"' V. William Fl'rit1"' Clerk Publication February : Florida "State 1'rlnon.
IDrputY\ 1' O llox 921. Halford Florida

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Carl Sapp Funeral Services Held' CHRISTIAN

Held Sunday At For Mrs. CrewsIn DIMENSION"LIFE d'R' Via' e

Northside ChurchCarl Jones ChapelMrs. IS A CHALLENGE"

t .t
Sapp 65, of Route 2, Ruth Johnson Crews, Many times our lives are put
Starke, died Friday. Feb. 19, 40. of Starke. died Sunday.Feb. to the challenge l of meeting the ;
at the Bradford County; Hospital 21, In Shands Hospital, Gainesville test that are put In our path of :

after an Illness of several after a short Illness. everyday circumstances. One I ::
months. He was born on Born In Starke on March 8. might feel that life 1s impos- ;...
Nov 8, 1905 In Bradford County 1930, she was die daughter of sible. The truth of impossibilities ) CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS ,..
the son of the late JohnB. the late George W, and Deborah In life could: lie In one's GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST :
and Leona Underhill Sapp. Blume Johnson, and was lack of faith and determination CHURCH[ Highway S-100 A, Starke Sunday School 9:45: ajn. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; 01.'::
He was a retired correctional a member of Pine Level Baptist to meet that challenge. It Sunday School 9:45: a.m. (Grlffla Loop). Morning Worship 11 ajn.Youth 301 North, behind Tas- Morning Worship( and Communion ,:
officer at the Florida State Church. could be that one's problemsthat Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Fellowship, 6p.m.Choir Prac- tee Frees Drive In. Sunday Service 11 ajn. Evening "
Prison and held membershipIn Surviving Is her husband go unchallenged cause Service 6:00: p.m.Evening Worship Worship at 11. Training tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 ajn. Worship Service ''Worship service. 6. .
the Florida Farm Bureau Louis Crews; one son Louts greater problems. If this Is 7 p.m.Thursday. Union, 6:30. Evening Worship -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 ajn. and 7 P.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service "
Crews of Starke five the then life night Prayer Meet Service 7:30 Wednes 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell
the North Florida Poultry Association Franklin ; case surely becomes 7:30.: Mid-week Prayer Meet- : p.m. ;
and the Northside daughters, Mrs. Howard Jackson difficult and almost Im- 7:30: p.m. Ing Wednesday 7:30.Rev.: .
Baptist Church. Gainesville; Mrs. Cecil possible. Let It therefore be Ivy Luke Pastor Don R. Drawdy. tor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor. E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN'
Surviving Is his wife, Ola Pressley Jacksonville; Gloria. assumed that the one who says Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn Griffls, associate pastor. CHURCHSunday
Mae Alvarez Sapp; two sons, Sharon and Virginia Crews It can't be done has lost the SMYRNA MISSIONARY ing Worship 1L Training Union, School 10 a.m. Morn-
Charles Edward and John Bennie of Starke; four brothers, A.R., battle.In BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Sapp; two sisters, Mrs. Lloyd, and Marvin Johnson, all Numbers 13:30: It says 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training BROOKER !Worship -James Shaw pastor ,
W.B. Mundy, and Mrs. GuyH. of Starke, and Carl Johnson, "...let us go up at once, and : Sunday School l 10 a.m. Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- .
Sale, all of Starke; and Jacksonville; five sisters,Mrs. possess it; for we are well able Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Union ''shlp 11 a-m.; Evening Worship. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ship Services II a.m. and 7
three grandchildren. Volley Starling and Mrs. Vasco to overcome It." In the context 8:45 p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30;: lag Worship. 11 a.m.lvening, p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Underhill, both of Starke Mrs. of this verse one finds Caleb ship, 7pm.Everyone welcome.
Funeral services were held ; Wednesday. Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER
at 3 p.m. Sunday In the North- Johnnie B, Simpson and Mrs. telling God's people who had -Elder AG. Flynn, pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West. ''Meeting. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Jim FLA.
Temple Sun
Ernest Wllmot both of Jacksonville Just been released from the pastor.
side Baptist Church with Rev. -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor.
day Ron Bristol
and Mrs.Bernice Bel- bondage of Pharoeh's Egypt CHURCH OF GOD -
: ,
E.C Harvey, Rev. DentonSumrall ,
NEW RIVER BAPTIST 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Superintendent.Training ,'
and Rev. W.A. Hogan officiating lender. 5enver. Colo.; and four that they should go at once Into OF PROPHECY, BROOKER -
10 MornIng Sunday School 10 'Wor- nlon 6:45 Lowell
Sunday School. ,
the land that God a.m. a.m. : p.m. Douglas,
grandsons. promised School 10 MornIng
Interment was In Sunday a.m. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
Worship, 11 Training ship Services II and 7:30 Director. Worship Services .
a-m. a.m. : Ha.m.
Funeral services held them. Twelve spies had
were II
Crosby Lake Cemetery with gone up Worship ajn. YOUJIgPeople's Sunday
Sunday 9:45: a.m.
Union 7 Evening Worship p.m.Rev.. Y.W. Kldd .. 7:30. Lavern
pastor. :
2 Tuesday In DeWIttC. to look the land All p.m. Outlaw music -
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home at p.m. over. of them Service 8 p.m. 6 Night School, 11 a.m., Morning Wor-
Wednesday director.
In charge. Jones Chapel with Rev. John saw the same fertile land the Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. service pjn.7:30 ship 6 p.m. Training Union GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
Strickland officiating. inter- strength of the Inhabitants, and Wednesday Prayer Meeting welcome. pjn. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
ment was In the Lawtey Ceme- the difficulties It No Come and HEILBRONN BAPTIST
offered. 7:30: p.m. worship Wednesday: 0 Prayer Ser Worship 11 a.m. and 7
Services Held tery. one disputed that it was better with us. Parker pastor vices. pjn. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. .

For Mrs. Eayre than the desert In which they -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor -Rev. Fred Johns pastor. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
had been wandering. Joshua and Worship, 11. Training
Of Hampton secretary and a Methodist. Caleb took firm position that It GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School, 10 a.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service -
Funeral services were heldat could be taken but ten said It FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:39. Midweek Prayer
2 p.m. Friday In Hampton can't be done. Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Services (Booster Band Young School 9:45 a.m. Highway 125 Northwest of Service, 7:30.:
Miss Edna Mae Eayre, 71, Sunday : ; Lawtey. Sunday School 10
died Wednesday Cemetery with Rev. DeWitt Such an attitude provoked the School, 9:30: Morning Worship People and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship a.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe.
of Hampton Morning Worship 11:15. Sun-
Farabee officiating DeWItt C. Lord 11; League,4p.mNight ServIce. pastor.
and that generation did p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. 7 Wed.Prayer -
Feb. 17, In Bradford County pjn.; day Night Service, 7:30:
Jones Funeral Home In II p.m.
was Rev. Jasper Williams
p.m. -
not the land
that could Wednesday
Hospital after a lingering Ill- see have Midweek ServIce Meeting and Bible Study, 7 Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
ness. She was born In Pennsylvania charge of arrangements. been theirs. What an overwhel- pastor. 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland, ,1 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. 7:30: pjn. Rev. Albert Knight CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
on Dec. 7, 1899, and had ming array of excuses one musters Pastor. G.F. Prevatt. pastor. Everyone pastor. LATTER DAY SAINTS
to Justify his fears. Many FIRST UNITED METHODIST
lived In Hampton since 1963. ; Welcome. 1404 E. Bessent Road .
die_ Bradford Ceanty Tel*
arguments were directed against STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
She was a retired business Sunday Priesthood
graph. the ideas and plans of Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Highway 100 at Theressa)
Christopher Columbus, the Pilgrim Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- ajn.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.! ;. m. Sunday Sch" -"l. 10 a.m. Sac-
fathers, the signers of the MYF groups, 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 aTrahn- Sunday Service:Sunday School Morning Worship, 11 a.m.EvenIng rar\ 6 p.m.
Declaration of Independence.. Wednesday Youth CholrRe- Even- ,Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
ing Union 6:30 p.m. ; 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, .
GOSPELSING and the exhaustable list of hearsal, 7p.m.Prayer Meeting. Ing Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45 a.m. Evening Service 7:15 week Bible Study, Wednesday Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m.

others. What can cine offer as 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- 7:30 p.m. 7:30:Wednesday p.m.Jelle Relief Society
excuse against Be In church Sunday.
problems Merle
7:30 Rev.
7:45.DeWItt p.m. day 6:30 p.m.
and what will be the ultimate T. Farabee, Jr. Packluun pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Rev. W.B. Mercer, pastor. D, Branson, Branch
results? ,,:
There Is only one way man LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL ,
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Sunday School 9:45: : a.m.;
terrors, and
SATURDAY FEB. 27-7:30 trials And this Is where a Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth I I
Service 6 Evening Worship
vital faith proves Its worth. 7 I '
U we really believe In God. .
we believe that no land ahead Prayer Meeting 7:30: 7k 0'I. '
Featuring Y
and of
no race giants can p.m.Rev.
W.B. Chauncey,pastor.
possibly be more powerful than I.. > I
the Christ In whom we place our NORTHSIDE BAPTIST

THE EVANGELSPine faith CHURCH Till ix onlv it hull<1inJ.!", l lift< it I I" 11i ? r I;. :
J.C. Brown, Jr. Sunday Morning Worship s ,
Pastor 9:45; Sunday School, 11. Sunday I ,|K'iiil liinlilitiK), fur it I.- the \\'<'>r- ,

First Christian Church Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Train ship!| |plum f'ir Gvl'sw, ) | ,uplr|>| It i. II I'I'I
ing Union, 7:30.Thuraday .
Teachers and Officers I plum| \\ln-ic ono IOU>' JCH in sluil\'' I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting, 6:30. Prayer IInllwllI', Cml'K;", \\'nrvl' |1'1'111'111"1., '
STARKE Meeting 7:30.Edward: I ,
C. Harvey, pastor. Imlh' imill II, lui I'''''I/'f, anillllttHtHI /
Opportunities for service: I "III/" till' .....," Iff (toll', I

Sunday Sunday School. 9:45: ; PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL I I :;
Morning Worship at 11, sermon METHODIST CHURCH If there lire unnnic>ic'
"Put on the Whole Armour ofGod" Sunday School 10 a.m,,MornIng .'". in your mind jrn 'pch, sy a ,
Training Union 6:15; II Youth Service .""
tj.; Evening Worship 7:30: ,sermon: Worship 6 Evening a.m. Worship t t and find God in bin IIDIMP.. a ,
l p.m. '
"Whither Thou Goest I .
will Go". 7:30: p.m. Tuesday night Prayer I
Meeting. 7:30 dISI :
Monday Deacons J
Meeting; Rev. Neal Starling, pastor. ) / '
V '4 Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. The Church it Cod I appointed agency in j e ''t

TuesdayWMSCoundIMeet- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I (hit world for spreading .the 9"i' r h Er.ej"feetHi I
ing, 10:30: a.m. Program, 11:15
p.m., Covered Dish Luncheon. Sunday School, aO.m.mEv. love for man and of Hit demand lor v''r' e. I
Ing Worship, 11 ; e 1 r '
t 12 o'clock noon:Business Meet- Worship. 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer I man 'to respond 'to .that' love by loving hit eJ .

'ing 12:30 pjn.; Junior.Choir. Meeting and Bible Study, neighbor Without, .this grounding in the ''t' )r f i ,

Girls in Action, 3:30: p.m:; 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng I love of Cod no government or society' or rer ,r /j046e4( I '. "
Valley Congregational Girls In Action and ACTEENS, every Monday, 7 p.m. way of Me./ will long persevere and ,the s/ A4. '4r a

4:15.Wednesday: G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone freedoms which we hold to dear will inevitably r ,ejI ,

Family Night Welcome.ST. I pemh Therefore, even 'from a I1y I&J e ,'
Supper. 6 p
Holiness ChurchSiemens' p.m.. Prayer Meeting -
selfish of view should
point one support y /1
R.A. Meeting, 6:30: ;Teachers EDWARD'S CA'l1IOLlCCHVRCH.STARm ( tI
and Officers Meeting 7:15 the Church 'far the sake of the welfare of
By Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: Father James Cregan,pastor. himself and hit" famIly. Beyond thin', however / iIsar I '.

Thursday Church wide Visi Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday every person should uphold and '

The tation. 7 p.m. Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass participate in .the Church because it" 'tell .. I .......
Gospel Messengers Friday ADULT B I -'"""'"
School Sunday 7 p.m. J the truth about. mans life, death. and 17 F' I ,,'
Department Covered Confessions -- Saturday 6 destiny' ; the truth which alone will set. him to" jtiI'I '
Supper and
Everyone Invited Meeting, 6:30 p.m.Organizational p.m.School of Religion: t tree to live as o child, of God ,... 1 r .J :
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W.A. Hogan .,
11 t :
Pastor Grade School -- Sunday t1 17fEI :
a.m. to 12 noon. i
High School -- Wednesday a # j ...,,; I :

7 to 8 p.m.


Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy I I :
Day Mass 5:30: p.m. "
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ning Worship at 11. Training

Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship I
STARKE 66" .
730.: Wednesday Prayer ; .
Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. FLORIDAEST SERVICEBill :' .
Odom Jr., pastor.ST. I

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10" of Concrete OHTROLACHUHCAICOL Truing
Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. s.y, 5:>
Holy Eucharist. 1st and 3rd -.,' Headlight Adjusting
With Hand and tfead"CUT"
Sundays. 11 a.m. Morning Prayer
2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Brake Service
s 11 a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
t Lenten service Wed. nights. Wheel Balance and

7:30: p.m., prayer sermon and 530 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment

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Worship at 11: Training Union -

6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, SUPPLIES Inc. ABSTRACT CO.
and Market
7:15 Evening
: ; Worship, 7:30.
"EXECUTE"Judo MondayYouth Choir Practice .
7 p.m. Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries) ; Meats Feed Better Service For Your
TuesdayMission Friends
and Karate Girls In Action, Acteens, 3:30: ;, Complete Paint, Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems

....uv.. RA's WednesdayPrayer, 6 pjn. Meeting, Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstracts

7:30; Church Choir Practice, S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
DIFFERENT! Deacons Meeting, 830.: "Check With U. First"
PINE. LEVEL BAPTISTCHURCH -Denton Sumrall, pastor. PHONE 964.5312 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881
219: Washington St. 964.5270

No man should ever lose
.a 100 4 NIZ*1 tans or aaaaaiJnfor heart, hate himself for the
ARM wrong things he has done- ,

*. WEB, FU. 24 SAT, FO. 27 for God, Our Father, is ever Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our !Members Live'Better
..tfa-rl. merciful to forgive His truly

children and to Electricallv"-Keyntone lIfgMa-Phone 473.4911 ;
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I Pleoie By Coll GLORIA 473-3288! REDFEARN ,1 News Notes 4 ( F1H ;

or 473. ia-> ,
". By Helen Ejmn M

HERE Dr.and N* THERE Mrs. J. finance, and administer pro- EASTERN STAR munity; Church Mrs.Barry Wy-"* Fci
Albright grams to control air and/or The regular monthly meeting man. This annual event In which T
Hones of
Swathmore Pa.
are water pollution In the United of the OES Chapter was 155 countries participate was
house guests of Mrs. Albert States." held on February 16 at 8 p.m. prepared by.Filar Belloslllo. ,

Nelson. Worthy Patron Gilbert Reed who lives In Madrid, Spain and
Col. and Mrs. Scott of Wash GOLF COURSE presided at the formal open- is President of the World Un-
ington, D.C. are house guestsof Nine with Worthy Matron Jo ion of Catholic Women's Or-
players from the Key Roe
Mr. and Mrs N.W. Harden- stone Heights Golf and Coun- taking over for the workof ganizations. "The Lord's Prayer i
burgh. Mrs. Scott Is also a try Club Women's Assoclattor the Order. She welcomed ." which is traditional West

retired Colonel.Mr. played In the Women's invita- visitors and guests, who are Indian Chant, has been pub-
and Mrs. Harold Hous- tional In PalatKa. Mildred Sut- members of Chapters In MichIgan lished In Faith, Folk and Charity -
er entertained four of their and Indiana. This was Initiation
ton tied for First Low net I collection of folk songs by
cousins from Chicago last and was closest to the pin. night, and a special hon Peter Smith. r
weekend. Martha Hayes won for low putts or was accorded Associate Ma- Women of all faiths and church
Good news-Word has been Thursday's Ladles tron, and Worthy Matron-elect affiliations are cordially Invited
received that Don Aska Is ex- regular Mattie Lee she
play Klngburn as to attend. A social hour
was won by Genie Jett
pected home from the hospital asked by W.M. Reed to
with a low net was with refreshments will followin
of 69. Vesta
this week. We're happy also to Aiken was 2nd low net and assume the Worthy Matron's the Parish House, where W Olnall.'s Club
report that Mrs. Gerald Cul- Voncllle Ketch won for fewest station for the Initiation ceremony members and friends of several
berson Is recuperating: nicely, putts It was announced that churches may meet and 4.
and also Mrs..Fred Carlson and The Annual Silver Tourna- there were candidate waitingto enjoy the social hour with new Arts FestivalAbove r
Mr. and Mrs.: Tom Bryant. be Initiated, and these were
ment as well as old friends In Christian -
was held last weekendat
(left) : Winners in the
Mr. Mrs. J.D. Ilender- the KHG escorted by Conductress Betty; Fellowship.
son visited friends and relat- were First CC. Winners Sikes, and seated by Associate Fashion Show staged at the District -
: low net 60
ives In Savannah and Darts Conductress Jackie 5 Woman's
Ed and Sue Dwyer Second low COMMUNITY CHURCHMrs. Club Arts Festival
Ga. last week. net 61 Huntley; Redfearn, Weeks Into the Chapter Room James Cook and her held at Keystone Heights last Friday
Visiting with Mrs. Miriam Sr. and Gloria Redfearn; Thin They were presented to the Committee have about complet- : Norma Sanders, Gainesville
Slocomb are her sister and Worthy Matron, Matte
low net 63 acting ad arrangements for the annual
Bob Hayes and 1st Junior
place, division Cecil
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Miriam Cantrell. A covered Lee Klngsbury and introduced.Her Silver Tea on March 19 ;
Phillips Stockwell of Lunen- dish supper followed the two daughters, Mrs Nancy at 2 p.m. In the Educational Callin Yankeetown 1st place, SenIor
burg, Mass. The Stockwell'i nament. tour- Williams and Mrs.Deborah Gillie Building. Reservations are division; Nancy Picard. Ocala,

have been touring Florida for and Mrs. Ann Liggett were coming in splendidly, and late 3rd place Juniors; Nitn ]Hodges,

the cold winter months. Also the three candidates. Marshall, comers, please be sure to call Crystal River, 2nd place, Juniors
here for the weekend were Mr. Mrs. Paddy CUrie escorted her Mrs. Redfearn at 473-4182 In ;
I FIRST | Leona Thier, Dunn el Ion, 3rd place.
and Mrs. Justin Aldrich of BAPTIST CHURCH, daughter-in-law, Deborah G1I- the morning.
Fitchburg, 'Mass. While they KEYSTONE HEIGHTS | rle. LonnIe Rhoden of Gaines- Mrs. Cooks Nominating Seniors.
were all here they Journeyedto Pastor: Rev. Lawrence Carroll ville was to be tho fourth can- Committee will announce their Above' (right) : Mrs. Earl Voyles,

Wesley Manor for a visit didate, but his mother passed candidates for the Church Wo- president of the host club (Keystone

and found other Keys toners vis Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning away unexpectedly the evening men's Organization at the Gen- ), and Mrs. Walter R. Lee Jr.,
itingMr.. and Mrs. W.C. By- Worship at II; Church TrainIng before. Worthy Patron Reed eral Meeting at 7:30: p.m. on 2nd vice president Gainesville Woman's '0",
ron Col. and Mrs. David Nel- 6:30: ; Evening Worship, conducted the ceremony of Initiation March 1. Other business of '.
son entertained them all for : assisted by Associate Importance to all members will Club, and Fine Arts Chair

dinner and Mrs. A.C. Holt, 7:30.Monday__ Youth Choir Prac- Patron, Floyd Koons. P.P. be presented, namely, the man., show blue ribbon winners in Part of the 1 113: members who attended the Arts Festival f I

who now resides at Wesley tice, 7 p.m.Tuesday The colorful and meaningful\ change of planning for Circles show.w from 19 senior clubs and wvcn junior clubs in District 5.
Manor, also was Included. Mission Friends, ceremony of Initiation was com- and their leaders for 1971-1972 :.
Girls In Action, 3:15.: pleted and the newly Initiated which begins after the
SJRJC NEWS WednesdayHour of Power candidates took their place with All Circle Luncheon on May I R-m &dOfPbikM--fuJ; = Mrb37 I
Winners of the Extemporaneous (Prayer Meeting), 7 p.m. Adult the membership, and took partIn '7. \r-Hunters J 7

Speaking Debate held at Choir Rehearsal, 8 p.m. the regular business of the -.
St. Johns River Junior College Thursday -- Church-wide Chapter. PERSONALSThis By Jay Ellis, Jr. The Game & Fresh Water Brantly, Northeast Regional training period, place fox, bob- .
recently from Keystone were: Visitation. Election of officers for 1971- reporter was much con- Fish Commission reminds Manager for the Commission cat and coon on the protected ;.
Nancy White, second place, and Wednesday evening of last 1972 was then conducted. These cerned on learning of the Los The Keystone Varsity; eager sportsmen from Duval, Nassau lie meeting will be at 8 p.m. fur bearers list with a closed r
Marleen Ketch, third place.The week, a fellowship pot-luck supper officers elected together, with Angeles earthquake of Febru- defeated the St. Augustine D&B Clay and Bradford counties that In the auditorium of the Independent season, prohibit running or .:
Original Oratory contest sec- was.held at 6 p.m. The attendance -, the nine appointed officers,willie ary 9, for she has two foster Dragons 61-55 In the final gameof there will be a public meetingIn Life Insurance build- hunting wildlife with free running :.
ond place winner was Larry was very good with Installed at an Open Instal- daughters; one, Mrs. Stanley the season Monday night In Jacksonville on March 3, dons: from March I through :;
Carroll. everyone!' enjoying the hour of ation for relatives and friendsf (Betty) Burns who was Medical the Keystone gym. :offering Interested persons the ing.Brantly said items of parti- June 30, the fox hunting sea- .:'
The topic for debate selected Christian fellowship together.A the OES on Saturday eve- Supervisor at the Veteran Hos The Inidans scored In dou- opportunity to discuss future cular interest to area sports- son on the Nassau Wildlife :
by the National Committeeon dinner is scheduled for e- ring March 13, at 8 p.m. In pital. On January 31 Betty; )Ie figures led by Butch Bleas- hunting and fishing regulationsand men Include hunting season Management Area and proposed 1
Discussion the Chapter room of Masonic ale with 13 points, followedoy the general activities of dates and zoning, a proposalto
and Debate was, very third Wednesday evening phoned Mrs. .Egan, .on the occasion Mike Wrinkle regulations to reduce hunter r
Paul Lelno, ,
"Resolved that the Federal each month.: Temple. of her birthday, and in the Commission. re-establish a deer-dog pressure on the Camp Bland- :
Government Elected officers are as follows and Steve lIeptln tall with 12, According to MaJ. Robert M. .
should of
establish, During the first part of the the course conservation Ing area during the first week-
prayer meeting, the Sunday : Worthy Matron Mattie mentioned that she also workedat II, and 11 respectively. .. Sheriff Murrhee end of the hunting season .
led reboundingwith
School teachers and Class Out- Lee Kingsbury; Worthy Patron, the Olive View Hospital. She :
reach Leaders met with the Floyd Koons, P.P.; Associate Uves In Van Nuys which Is 12.This. Named to BoardOf Brantly urged everyone Interested ..
Legislative Sunday School Director, Tom- Matron, Betty; Slkes; Associate about a 12 mile drive from 14 was losses the ,sixth for win the,Indians against -- INDIAN BEACHLake Girl Villa In Florida's outdoor ;.'
Patron Homer Sikes Secre-
my Milllcan, and the Direc- ; the hospitals. The first chance future to attend the meeting
Hearing Set tor of Outreach, MarstonJor- tary, Bea Schroeder P.M.; she had to write Mrs. Egan this season. They are ( 8aata Fe) Clay County Sheriff Jennings .r
dan to discuss a Sunday School Treasurer, Vera Ownbey; Conductress was on February 12, as shewa. now preparing for the first B,: Michael II. Chltty Murrhee, and J.P. Hall, Jr., .rr
Arcena Wilson Associate game of the district tourna- both of Green Cove Springs,
For March 4 Enlargement Campaign. A goal ; exhaused from her servicesof Phone 475-1(12
Conductress, Nell Dun- the past few days. ment against Florida Military were> recently Installed is char- r
of 100 new members Is being
considered. can; and Sentinel, Winton Keeth, Aa for //many ohters, Mrs. Academy to be held in Key- ter members of the newly-
A public hearing Is set by P.P. Bums was re-assigned to teach stone Heights starting Feb. 25. Greetings, friends, from the organized Florida Sheriffs
the Clay County legislative delegation We are enjoying a study of Among the members who have at Harbor General Hospital, Scoring: Flu-bitten Chltty's; Sick Home, Girls Villa Board of Trustees. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS r
"The Tabernacle" each Wed-
for 4 p.m. Thursday been and are still on the sick a 45 mile drive from her home. KIIS- Bleasdale 13, Leino 12. from which flows the lovely The Board held Its first meet-
March 4, In the Annex Build- nesday evening conducted by list are Mrs. Daisy Hall and In Van Nuys the Welfare office Wrinkle II, lleptinstall, Wilcox music of moaning and groaning Ing at the Florida Sheriffs Boys .
ing Meeting Room of the Clay our "The We Brazen are now Altar"which lookIng Mrs. Amy McElrath. Express- where her daughter is ap- 7, Brannon 4, Mooneyham the sickly twins. As my father Ranch, and Immedlcately took

County; Courthouse in Green ions of sympathy were extended plication supervisor, the roof 3.D&B James (who was out all last steps to acquire a building site,
Cove Springs. Is a type; or a shadowof to Mrs. Gertrude Hubbardon of her office was partially collapsed Hankerson 17, Rachel week with, the' Flu) steps up organize a staff, and plan faci-
Purpose of the hearing will "The Cross". the sudden death of her and pipes broken, but 7, Tobeck 7, Morris 8, Faster to the Mike, he asks the musI- lities.
Our Youth Choir under the
be to discuss any problems of capable direction of, Mrs. Jo husband, E.F. Hubbard, who work was continuing; 4, Fields 2.JAYVEES. cal question, "When In the world A building site near Bartwo DIRECTORYS.
a local nature that might require Reed will the musical was a member of Melrose Ma- As to Mrs. J.W Clementswho are we ever gonna get over this has been tentatively accepted,
legislative consideration present sonic Lodge No. 89. lives In Laguna Beach, WIN mess?" All seriousness aside, pending completion of legal de-
"Good News"
Sunday Evening, The host & hostesses serv- had talkedto The Keystone Junior varsity when the there'snothing tails.
during the 1971 session of the March This is of the whe wrote that she you get mess,
Florida Legislature. The hear- 7.Christian musical one ing refreshments in the ban- her cousin, Betty; Burns, defeated the D&B Jayvees 56- mush you can do but The Villa was originally crea-
ing was announced jointly by popular which pro-In quet hall following the meetingwere who repeated how badly shaken 41 In their final game Monday hang on till you get rid Df it. ted by the Sunshine State Wo- E. :McKAY. REALTOR
State Rep. Gene Shaw, Rep. grams young people Chairman, Mrs. Roslle the people were In Van night. Larry Turknett poppedIn If you're ever lucky enough to men's Chamber of Commerce,
r Wayne Holllngsworth and State churches across the nation are Colgtn, George Colgin, Mrs. Nuys. Evacuation of homes and 22 points to lead the Indiana get rid of It. of Madeira Beach, and vas KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-U I '

., Senator Jim Williams. using as a means of present Nettle Stitchbury and Mrs. apartments In a wide area was and Kuykendall added Tuesday night, we wore visi- turned over to the Florida:!Sheriffs :
ing the Gospel. The public Is Thelma Bunch. The refresh- 10. Jay Ellis and Bobby Gray- Association In 1969. Appraisal Service
All citizens and organizationsthat necessary, and there is a dan- ted by my grandparents, Hubert -
Invited to attend this special
men table was decorated In lack son led rebounding with 13 and The Association, which also The LaVefront
wish to be heard are urgedto service well all of ger of an epidemic, due to and PalmaChlttyofStarke.; Best in
be present. as as our the motive for George Wash- of water and proper sanitation. 9 respectively Thursday night, Jeff Miller was sponsors the Boys Ranch, char- Homes
services. ington's Birthday as well as These are echoes from the The Indians outshot D&B from kind enough to give up some of tered the Villa as a nO,1-profit Acreages Rental
St. Valentine's Day. Eye Witness folk. Mrs. Cle- the field, 36% to 34%, and also his spare limo! to (dj some electronic corporation on January 7, 1970. ASSOCIATES
The final Chapter meeting ments In Laguna Beach was out-rebounded the Dragons 37- work for us, which we Its purpose will be to provlda
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral of the current year will be on asleep, the quake there was 30. appreciate very much. Saturday a good home and a secure future :Jan' :Melba Iltfrn ITJ4710foi.
Home March 2, at which time a Retiring light as she Is 70 miles a- The current win leaves the night, Buddy and Merle Ellis for needy and worthy (but J. rheHMiiHlon, 1.t-4e,9;
Courtesy and annual reports way, but she was awakened. Indian JV with an 8-8 record, of Gainesville ate supper not delinquent) girls. Like Boys I.. J, Kuhiiiftim I7.V40II
will be given. Initiationof Still echoes from the quake closing out the season. with us and visited awhile. Ranch, It will be supported: entirely Hjscli.Carr! .na'IO"K.=
STARKE candidates will also be held. area, and an "on the spot" Joe Emmanuel led the Dragons Buddy will go back: Into the by voluntary contributions -

The newly Installed and appointed report came from Mrs. Barbara with 14 points. hospital Monday for more tests. .

PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE officers will take their Kyle Hyndes who lives Scoring: Turknett 22, Kuy He has been under the weather . . . . . . . . :
official places at the March 16 in Harbor City, and Is em- Keystone-- \ for awhile Sunday I spent the
Chapter meeting at 8 p.m. ployed by the telephone com- kendall 10, Grayson 6, Henderson day with Oils Melton and fam-
HEIGHTSPHONE pany In Los Angeles. At the 3, Ellis 2, Wingate 2. ily after church. Paul Dorseyand

FELLOWSHIP CLUB time of the quake she was on D&BEmmanuel 14, Refore his date, Jane, and Pam .
47.1-3176: 6, Houston 6, Scott 5, Bent- DANCEADULTS
Remember and today'sFeb. night duty; as a computer o- Griffin of Gainesville were sup-
( 25)) Game Day at 1:30: perator. Orders were to lie ley 5.This. per guests of my brother Wayne .
p.m. In the Lions' Club. ThisIs on the floor Shortly after, she game gave the JV's revenge and th e rest of the family. '

llu4u++lIUIII'IIIIIIIII'I"I'I"I'IIIIIIIII".I'I'I"I"111..I' '+ +u+4udludluJpldiInter"t i i;j l the day when members and was able to call her parents.Mr. for a 50-45 loss 16 to In the St. Fred and Vera Swearlngen ( ( .f _.. r r,. ( ) )
visitors provide a small gift Dragons on February \ '" I -
and Mrs. Louis Kyle, the tended the Gospel Sing at the ;
E (wrapped) article to be won quake was felt but even thoughshe Augustine when Jimmy Kuyken- Civic Auditorium in Jackson- c. ..J. ", :: ,
{I by a participant in the game was on the 10th floor, no dall and Larry Turknett led the ville Saturday night. "
playing. This Is the day we noticeable damage occurred.The Indians in scoring with 12 and Mr. and Mrs. D.M.: Hump- : \;
formerly called Fun Day, a former Marcia Haber- 9 points respectively. Bobby hreys of Tallahassee spent the LL7. :; >
Int.'"! Ellis led the ._
and _
i time to relax and enjoy play- Grayson Jay
branch stroh, daughter of Jack and weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
J with 13 and 12. Bob- I
1 ing games of your choice, and Gladys, have taken up a new rebounding Daryl Barrows.
led D&B with 19
Mtrrnt to meet and socialize with residence In St. Petersburg, by Bentley Mrs. Jo Strandberg, who' has
staht others during the refreshmenthour. where Marcla's husband, per- points. been visiting her daughter and
out with ry, is doing some commercialart Keystone scoring: Kuykendall: family, Dorothy and Sam But-
I 12, Turknett 10, Grayson 9,
1 Mt"t work. Their baby son Is ler in Ormond Beach, came up Feb.
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Henderson 6, Wingate 6, Ellis Saturday Night, 27
little { now 6 months old and making Sunday to see her son, Charles
a Cii Under the auspices of the progress In getting around and 2. Strandberg, who Is a patient In
3 s Women of St. Anne's Episco- "Into things." VARSITY LOSES the Veterans Hospital In
savings pal Church. St. William's Cath- Sympathy is expressed toJack The KHS varsity; lost 5450to Gainesville. She gave us a call Keystone Hts. Lion's Club
sAVtu s olic Church, and the Keystone and Gladys Haberstroh on the the Bell Bulldogs on Feb- while she was here and said
Community Church will parti- unexpected death of Jack's bro ruary 19 In the Keystone gym. she would be home shortly.
cipate In a Union Service for ther-in-law Richard Miller. Bleasdale, Wilcox, and Bran- Fred Shumpert of Jacksonville 9:00: TO 1:00:
{ World Day of Prayer on March Mrs. Miller is Jack's sister. non led Keystone with 14, 13, spent Thursday with Mr.
/ : { 5, at 10:30: a.m. Mrs. N. Wat- They visited in Keystone sev- and 10 points respectively. and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. *
i} LJdate son Hardenbergh U the act- eral times, and made many Wrinkle led the Indians In re- Mr and Mrs. James Kinchen
ing president from St. Anne's, bounding with 10.
friends here. Dick was teach- and son Larry were down at
1'01.' ','34 ( and will direct the program. ing In Michigan, but burial was The Indians blew a 13 point their lake home over the week-
51 {i iT Members taking part as lead- In his native home", of Lock lead midway through the fourth end.Mr. Music by THE FOUR CLUBS
ers In the service of "New Haven, Pa. His son assisted quarter. Bell's major success and Mrs. L.O. Martin
I IL Life Awaits", from St. Anne's In the funeral service, as hf was In foul shots, where they were weekend guests of Mr.
ike having own money will be Mrs. Amy Elrath and Is an ordained minister and 'tit 28-36 to the Indians' 2-11. and Mrs. Tom Norwood. The Breakfast Available, 1:00 A.M.
Mrs. William Bartlett; fromSt Norwuods entertained them witha
tree, your Savings Account Williams' Catholic Church. (Continued on next page) JAYVEES WIN bridge party. ADMISSION $5 couple
Mrs. William Danla and Com- The Junior Varsity, led by Fred and Corine Thieman

with us. Stash a little away every ... Larry Turknett's 21 points, rou- were down over the weekend
ted the Bell Bulldogs 54-20 on working on their paneling. Fred

payday. Then, watch your money I GUS & MITCH Feb. 19 in the Keystone gym. went into the hospital Mondayfor -ALSO-
Jay Ellis and Bobby Gray- gallbladder
grow and grow and grow. (i son also tallied 9 points each, Mr. and Clark

KOZY PILLOW MOTEL and led all rebounders with 17 were guests of Griffin's Lodge Teen-age Dance
and 15 respectively. Eight indians ,
over the weekend.
I figured In the Keystone Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Johns

WEEKLY MONTHLY RATES: scoring. and son were down at their h Friday Feb. 26
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Bell was led In scoring by place trying the fish over the ,
WITH ROOM) & BOARD OR WITHOUT Daryll Montgomery with 11 weekend.

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fit. points. Well, that seems to be all of 9:00: Till 12:00:
HOME-COOKED MEALS HOME MADE SOUP The Indians outreboundedBell
the news for now. Hope this
'"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Ii STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD, 5224. good weather continues so the Come Have Fun!
'* Keystone scoring-- Turknett
Community. li fish will bite and we can get
Highway 100 One Mile West Keystone Heightsor 21, Ellis 9, Grayson 9, Kuy\
writ Box 49 Lake Geneva rla. out and catch some. See ,you
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Helen. V. k.:gin MELROSEBy Community News

(Cont. from preceding page) Last Friday night the Young
sympathies to Mrs. Ruth Adult married class of Pine

teacher. Gano, who recently Buffered Level Baptist Church held their
Mrs. Miller is spending sometime the lOll of her mother Mrs. regular once-a-month covered

ifornia.with her daughter In Cal- Celesta tow Funeral, formerly Hamilton services of West Gainesville.were of Bar-held dish educational couples supper attended In building.the Sunday and everyone About School 25 I 'SW 'f; : ; ]fUaa :jJ'at.rJ.: .'+1 :.s'et.1Lr :REKtt.r'.4. !. '5W ;I. '. : 'H; e ii, S.t.Ji! .::jJ) ;Set..2 ';;.;:a.etSr: r J.

FAITH PRESBYTERIANThe Thursday, Feb. 11, In Gaines reported a good time.

Women of First Presbyterian ville. Burial was In the Bron- Bro. Howell from the Hell- -.u:x
son Cemetery. Besides Mrs. bronn Church was the speaker 4 Bcdioam. 2 :bath homes -
Church f Palatta invited CLASSIFIED AD RATES Taking applications foi
the various Church Wo Cano Mrs. West was survivedby for the evening and gave SKYLINE 1971 Just completely remodeled: JIMMY\ MOORE'SSUN :

men's Organizations to a coffee tour other daughters and the girls some points on how Minimum Charge/ u.- 1.75 MOBILE HOMES Easy forms Located on Road< SPORTS FHA 235
meeting In Westminster Hall one son. to be good to their husbands (Coven IS word) 100 South For: Information call: -
Florida Southern College of (watch It, girls-- It will give ttchll
on Tuesday Feb. 16, to hear 12' 60' 964-7701. MOORE BOAT FOR
x New Brick 3 4
Ra Lakeland will confer the Doc- the men the big-head). Mark Bach word over 15-7o and
and to meet Mrs.
President tor of C. also entertained with 3 Bedroom YOUR MONEY Bedroom Homes
wards who was past Divinity; degree on Moody SOc Extra Charge If not $3'995
Glenn Mlngledorff. Presidentof some spooky stories, so Sat- Call for Details
of the Church Women of South paid In advance Furnished LEW'S Stnrke Ph. 964-5791
Presbyterian Women of Jack- Emory: and Henry CollegeIn urday morning Mr C..I.was

sonville. Mrs. James Neale Emory V.. on Feb 19 dur- too sore to laugh CLASSIFIED DISPLAY OLIN'S MOBILE WELDING SHOP Complete Outboard & Low Down Paymentand
ing Founders Week Celebration Revival: We are really en- Moderate
wife of the minister of Faltt ,UO Per Inch Monthly
Presbyterian Church and Mrs. President Mlngledorff Is Joying the revival now being HOME SALES Whimpering Pines Mo- Stern Drive Service and Payments
Harrison Batchelder attended the son of Mrs. John A. Ross held at the church through Saturday Memorials Resolutions Repair. Complete Fiber-
Starke Fla. 100 West tel US 301 S. Phone
and the late Mr. Ross of Mel- night. We know -
this meeting. Members of several every- Proclamations etc -7o word glass; Repair. Custom- LONGCIIAMP HOMESPhone
church affiliations attended. rose. The Mlngledorff family one will receive a blessing.A 961-8252 built Fiberglass Fishing 934-6853 .
and Mrs. Mlngledorffs parents bunch of the young people CARDS OF THANKS COTTAOE PARENTS-Men Co

Mrs. Edwards has traveledand Mr. and Mrs. J. Bill Frameof collected all teenagers went SO word or lean _... 300 tage parents wanted. Dome UTILITY TRAILERS Boats 301 South Starke :

toured extensively in Africa Lebanon Tenn. will stop skating last Thursday night Each word over SO-7o Married couples and women CUSTOM BUILT TF
the Orient last summer by and visit Mrs. Ross Thursday About 30 or 40 enjoyed this Salary starts $347 per month GAS AND ELECTRIC

and Latin American countries.At and she will accompanythem outing. per person S day week, S hour WELDING BRAZING WATER FRONT LOTS

this coffee meeting she to Lakeland for the cer Our Sunday School and Church PAST TV '& STEREO REPAIR day. Promotional opportunitiesState SHEET METAL FOR SALE I
showed slides and spoke on emony. attendance was down some last Free pck-mp: Retirement sick leave TRAILER HITCHES On Crosby Lake and Crosby!
The Inside of the Methodist due to city Lake Canal. Canal 50 feet
Latin America as the Church Sunday a death. It Is limits Dahmtr's Discount vacation' etc Please apply In (
Women organization Is makinga Church recently received afresh always a sad day when some tfchg person' only .Personnel Office, INSTALLED 'wide, 8 feet deep) Located' on

study of these countries this coat of paint. of our members go on to heav- Buliland: Center, Oi lnesv'.I!,&, State Read 100 3 mU3S Westof
year for their Presbyterian Mi. and Mrs. Billy Nesblt en. They will be missed, but WANTED -Hous full of furniture Fla. An equal opportunity employer Starke Fla. Ideal for, vaca-
of Gainesville visited Mr. and we know they better off --- '
Mission work. are ; pay cash. Dahm r's tfchg; tion cottage mobile home or IREFINISHINGALL
Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe recently. now. Investment.

BOOK STUDY MEETING About 200 people gathered to Mrs. Crews passed away Discount tfchjr ':. ;.C ..: ..., NOTICE Prices mart at 129500. $200: irri UP110LSTERYCABINET TYPES
Under auspices of Faith enjoy and evening of countryand about 8 ajn. Sunday and Carl Southern Marine down and $3300 month for 36
western music at the Par- Sapp was buried Sunday at 330. Starke and Keystone WORK
Church Women a Study Meet- momtha: : ((8Vi% simple! Interest
ish House The Fabulous Marcus Bramen buried at MARY Heights area Customers
Four was
Ing will be held at 9:30: on Moved To Gainesville ). Expert ReproductionsC.
a !group from Melrose Elementary -. 3 from Lake Butler so we
February 25 and March 4. New NameCainesville Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to S
started the The had much for Flastings Mattressand
"Where Tomorrow Struggles! evening. cause sadness. pm. weekdays tf E. JACKSON
!group consists of Vicki Tlson Mrs. Lucille Lovell Is still
to be Born" (Latin America)! MarineLYNN CARTER Upholstery 1313 W. Madison Starke
Laura Barbot Leon the
Duncan on mend for which
will be led by Mrs. Ernest, LOTS 'FOR SALE Staike Golf
and Phil lip Courtney.They thankful. HAMILTON MGB.
were very
in the Faith & Country Club ready for
Bartlett annex. followed by the Plalitesmen Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myrick Johnson Motor' Cobra.. Boats 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA :
Church wll also conduct a PAINTSNEW building<: on or for investment
Session each "Gabby" Brabham. The Santa returned home last week after Marine' Supplies
Craft Vi
Community Lots are> approximately
; Fe's, Jonathon Smith and Har- a visit with their Billy I
Thursday afternoon at 2:30: for son 1030 E. University Ave. acre and larger. Paved roads '67 Ford 3-4 T. Truck with deluxe -
ley Dull. who Is student in the
both adults and children. This Gainesville ITEMS- Is Open AgainFURNITURE' only 3 minutes from town. cha&sia 10 1-2 ft. Camper
The PTA which sponsored Seminary. They reported a good
being a community; project: if' Prices start at 129500. $200 with irWofoycle carriers! and
the show would like to thank time but cold being from good WANTED LISTINGS
is to all Interested women. .
open down and $35.00 par month helmets. C' l 964-7929 ttch'J
Miss Jane Driscoll director all of you who helped make old wet Florida. They almost On Homes and Acreage Buyer. WALL PAPER dUe.upiolstered 5 I
froze Repaired doll 964-7701. 8 a m. to p.m.UChg
of Camp Crystal .Is the the program a success by at to death it was so cold. Waiting. Strout Realty Her. Unpainted Furniture- ] WANTED:dy Clerks, no experience -
tending. Also a special thanksto I always pictured Texas as
director of this program. Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. meceseory piM: while

WORLD DAY OF PRAYERwill those the articles businesses which that were donated given the cowboys land of !sunshine and singing Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla. Wood Graining: Kit NEW 1 1WATTRESSES\ REAL OPPORTUNITY war train. you.! Apply!; :la person:.

be observed by Faith Presbyterian as door prizes, the enter- Thought for the week: It .Is I FREE ESTIMATES- Klncsley Lnke business! !, for Carp'. *, large, Places ltthg ',
Church on March 5 tainers who performed free of comforting to know that the Lord K-80 Paint Remover talc Store garage etc lock !
at 7.30: p.m. Churches uniting charge the Trinity; Episcopal who guides us, sees tomorrow CARL BEGGS Call I Collect 328.2144'rllllti stock and ,barrel. A real e C t

will Include Melrose Episcopal Church for the use of the Parish more clearly than we see yes Gulf Service Houses Washed money m ikier. Call Bill ;
Melrose Methodist and House and Mrs. Sondra terday. Powell BE. Broker. 9646464. We
St. Johns Baptist. Mrs. Ernest Copeland. who has worked so USED PARTS Lawn: Mowers For Rent =----- tfchg

Bartlett will be the leader.Babysitting hard the last couple of months Top' Prices for Wrecked Cart 102 EAST BROWNLEE'

service will be provided. to get the whole thing organized 21 Hour Wrecker Service SEWfHGMACHINE!' Or C. Carnes Nursery
and all the other mem- --
Pine Level Series bers who worked with her. I! -- Fuel Oil -- STREET Thousands of Plants Repair
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Fefctares Judo and -.. ((1II, Used Cars Fruit Trees. Shade Trees
Hwy. 301) N. Waldo/ Evergreen Camellias
Karate for ChristA Duplicate Bridge winners on :Azaleas Roses
488-1098 Sales and Service I r rI
Feb. II were: Mrs. Raymond TYPEWRITERS
four-day series of meetIngs Crabtree and Mrs. W.H. DavIes -
with Mike Grain Judoand Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. 7f.Tdh4Bible' New Home I

Karate for Christ started at' F.'t. House tied for let; Mr. Come now, and let us reason SEWING MACHINE Cleaned" Water Conditioning Universal 23 Ml S.E. of Starke Hwy. 100 ADDING tl{
Pine Level Baptist Church Wednesday and Mrs. Raymond Stames,2nd together, saith the Lord: oiled and adjusted In your $49:50 Florahome/ 639-2165
and will continue through place; Mrs. A.V. Bannister and though sins be as scar home 300. .Vacuum cleaner and Pump Co. up I
Saturday night., Mrs. Charles Hepttnstall 3rd your shall be as white as repairs also. All work guarante Parts & Repaint on CHICKEN FARM for sole '
It Is reported that Mike can place) Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fal- they ed. Dennis E. Coggine Phone 130 Court Street all other Make Ma proven money maker on paved : MACHINES
break ten Inches of concrete kel. 4th place. snow...-(Isaiah 1, 18.) 4311428. tfenir' Phone 964.5832PLUMBING chines.NATIONAL. highway. Nice home $13.- 4

with his hand and head;.cuts 000 down $21000 Terms. Call :
a potato off a person's neck I ktrttlel SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic/ BII: Powell R.E. Broker 964- Count
with a machetes; thrusts a nail !Letters all sizes, colors. Permanent I i 64C.4 tfchg Bradford ) l

through a board with his fist; FACTORY HELP NEEDED for use on wood glass/ Water Conditionersand 611 W. Univ. Ave.
and will demonstrate Judo and >plastic, paper metal leather. 378.1355 FOR SALE-20 acres en paved:
karate maneuvers Last year ANYTHING I Bradford County Pumps highway 3 .b"dix>cms. Hi bath! Telegraph I
he spoke to over 50,000 high .Owen Joint of Florida Inc needs dependable able Telegraph_tf WELL DRILLING home. $7.1300 down! $100f)0) 4 4PHONE

school and college. students and I bodied factory help.. No experience necessary., Sales and Rentals balance. $96.50 month. Call
has been heard on several TV steady< work, overtime fringe benefit WATSON'S Bill Powell\ RE Broker 904B4B4 964.6305IF !
programs. Repair Department .

Rev. John Strickland pastorof IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK. APPLY House of Vacuum 24 Hour Service PUMPSNEW I
Pine Level says, "Under ATOWEN FOR RENT -Nicely furnished I !!-

Mike's ministry last year,more Many brands. of new vacuum I badrcom house with WE DON'T HAVE IT
than 1,000 people accepted JOIST 11900 up. Used machines from A. J. Thomas Rcglstsied Real l AND USED screened porch and carport. we'll ret It for. ;you. Off CD

Christ as their personal $10. Expert Repairs all makes. Estate Buckor, Specializing Adults only 570 W. Call St Supplies Furniture Equip
saviour. He Is dynamic dramatic Lincoln City Road Mpaday-tht0bgh< Friday, Parts and Accessories for all Appralsnls for( Estates, Individuals SALES Phone !W4-SHB4 tfchg ment Bradford County;

and different. We would 7MHLAJH To (SrflO! : P.M. vacuums. Built In Central vacuum aM Corporate Owners. PARTS Telegraph
like to invite everyone to this cleaning systems 712 N. Al-o cw: 'rl real estate bus- SERVICE FOR RENT-One bedroom furmlshcd

service each night at 7:30 to Main, Gainesville 376-7110 Inca Thirty Years experience Deep and Shallow: Wells ppartment: $90 month
share .In Florida land matters. Tel. Bradford Village Apts Just
rare unforgettable experience -
Water Softeners and BIC PENS. Ball Point JUfllls. -
north of Bradford High
064-7701. Sburkc. Florida tf chg
.- Bradford TeU-.
CLASP ENVELOPES all FiltersPlumbing School. Call collect Galncs- County :

= : I/.el/ .- Bradford County Tele- vlllle 378-7921 Mrs. R'an3. rrapb.

r rraph.INTERSTATE.__ BAIRD Supplies tfchg

Mobile Homes
MOBILE Home EXPERT SERVICE ON FHA or Conventional finvic- Plaza
moving in Fla. Call 904-5606.tfchg. NEW and USED log on new Brick, 3 bJ! ; 'o'm.,
New Car in Picture

t t tt USED TYPEWRITER for 8.10.12' WideGainesville PHONE 96..7061DURRANCE 2 room Bath,and living frmlly'' rom room dining Hone: Barber Shop

Will take trade-in. Call Bu-
sale 964-7404 or 964-6019. Good Quality
I \ Let US Help ford MitchellPh3ne 964-67RO. Stark. Plaza
First to the show- 2tchg 225FOR Reasonably Priced PUMP & SUPPLY CO. P. O Box 2' 8. Sfre" tfchg
RENT Gainesville 378-2785 Hours 8 to 5: 30
t room and then to your. Bank. t WILL KEEP children in myrhome
Partially furnished two bedroom Serviced Guaranteed and 21-INCH ADMIRAL color Monday Friday 964- Appointment. .
and house In C:ty. Prefer Delivered In Btirke Area (used) TV new picture
It's just that simple. Stop in inquire EXTRA 8512! 4teh r :1-4 If Preferred
adult and no pets. A. J. NO COST tube. Dahmer'a Discount tf -

about a Iow-coet Automobile Loan. Then- Thomas Realtor. Tel 1648701 rS 441 N. 4502 NW 13tb chg Two Miles Of Slarke > Phone 964-5030
_tfchg Gstnrsvnle375.278' :3 bed room masonry home, 2

picture yourself behind WANTED, Man cook wife POSTED SIGNS: Treated to snack HELP bur.WANTED" .use :30-50( Lady, :with for at acres furnltjrp.: land.Price paved: 1800000.roidi: some$850000 ,-

'waitress. Apartment: and utilities withstand weather :roe each least 10th grade education.No .
the driver's seat of a down: biltncs $0141<
:7 furnished. Come to To- S2.25 doz. Special price on larger drifters; own transportation. month A. J. Thomas Realtor
a new '71 model. Rena MntM.! Starhe tfehg quantities. Bradford County Apply In person: Stuck- Tel !IfI4- 7DI. I
I great Telegraph. tf ey'a 301 North tfchgIT
Land l turning, 'bedding: cut-
tine.! Call Edo( QLe Jackson Ph. INSURANCEAT WE DON'T HAVE IT FOR RENT Furnishji:
house" It: country also 2 ted-:
964-5831 or i)84-fi004) 4trhg: :T-11 REDUCED RATES we'll fet It for. you Office HOMESAVAIUUIFOR

FOR SALE FHA terms, t AUTO FIRE BOAT Supplier Furniture Eqnlpment. Noll rom' man ccttage. In town. W.fiche'H.
; : ? DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE Bradford County
: !bedroom borne Oak floors.fircplBjce. .
t : II. t tt tile bath, garaso. AGENCYtehg Telegraph FOR RENT-2 Bed ocm> Trailer -
Located behind F>n'!hurt
Price 10000., $300 down to HAY FOR SALE-Costal Her Grocery Inquire 2nd Traileren YOUR LOT
qualified buyer J. H. McEachern. FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom mutto $1 par 'bate Maurice right
R. B. Keystone Heights trailer outside city Edwards! !. Jr. Edward Road I lipfiller.

t Pia phono 417-4106: 2tchg 3-4 limits J. B. White 064-6114 Starke!!. Flu Ph 864-6016. tfchg
I. tt t ttchar X3,500150Q
WILL BABY sit 4n my homeor WILL DO prlvai'a! nurs.lnlllIuty Brown

yours. Monday -Friday.( FAMILY WANTS TO BUY- In home In daytime.!! 0or
Call 064-7289 itp> 10 hours a diy. Call 964-
water-front lot or ccttaje on
surrounding take. Must be 8M1 or 964-g FREE Pupijtea, mixed ,
t t tt breed. Frank. Gomes 7823020. reason!'.''!>le. Reply Box A.Sbarke. FOR RENT Year, around:
2 23 OFimiMAREA
m_ Up Fla 2tp new 2 'bedroom duplex apart Volkswagen

ment Klngsl-ey Lak Furnnh-'
tric power bookcases! rent' at 715 N. Walnut St. 964- ed. Heat and arr' conditioned: New' A Used I.fI'( ).

t t plywood. Till exterior. Used.lumber 5882. Mr L. J. Green. pvt. dock. Call Merritt WII.JoIam.a. gaup. aentee
2tehg 2-23' : 964-5391 or home 964-
George Ricks. %45184 CALLSLADE
tip 7788. tfchg JIlL North of TM Mall
FOR SALE-1963 Bennult' Caravel 0A.INEaVD.LEThe

1 AUCTION Saturday( P b- Hard Top-Cjnvertl/ble.;: / FOR SALE Unfinished,
r"ary 27. 7:30: P.M. New wed; Red 4 new tires $359.964-7499 I I partly. furnished houae and

t t tB and antiqueCcW: 8 Auction: _.. ... Up extra lot. Lillie Wftft. Plume
!Iou i,..e. 41 Scuth, Archer, Fla.. 372-9203 Gainesville\. Fla. Sea
, Up WANTED MAN tor horse at 2253 Sleepy Hollow Lane Glass Shop HOME
FLORIDAL ranch. General 'work Phone" after S:00 P. M. Up

FOR RENT- Furnlfilwd efficiency 485-3422 Itchg Glass .
r FOR SALE White,! Poodle ,
!:: apartment' In rood lo SERVICES
t tf FOR SALE--1968 Ford fordor :Registered cllpp-d. 6 :n>>. old For
i -> cation. $6000 moiHh.Urn. .
V A H KAT I STARKEMember Renner Phone per 9646279. LTD; vinyl lop good' condition male Extremely reasonable. S*
; full power. 1250. 9845310 priced) Call! T. Reamea after All CARS and TRUCKS
Itp 5pm. 084-5087 lip Installed/ Whlle-U-Walt For l Information
f Federal Deposit Corp.
WILL Do baby, .tti-ng in my BIO PENS. Ball Point a.- FOR RENT Apartment Custom Vinyl Auto Tops Can .TacboeYiDe

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group J home Mon ayoQl'rlday. day" fill*. Bradford County Ttto.graph. nicety furnished. One tearoom CoIled
i Phone time. Mrs.864-5603.W. T. Jackson itdu4C Jr. large living room kltctuenct 1017 N. Main G'vlUe

!e. bath. Adults only. I
Phone 904-6033. Itch

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