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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Man Shot




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Two BUS coeds, Louise Batten and the entire first semester.

Bonnie Trisler., made straight A's for LawteyA
Science Fair CompetitionRev.


_' 19-year-old Negro youth,
,, .,H "' ", \ Herman Thomas, was fatally
t shot Friday night, Feb. 20, Senior Eugene Mock has
In Kelly's Nile Limit Drlve- FarabeeTo been named overall winnerof

M f... bM In in Lawtey, according to the the Senior Division of

Bradford Sheriffs Office. r, '.-' the Bradford High School
rr Freddie George, 24yearoldLake Head 1970
Butler Negro is charged Science Fair for his project

with the shooting. lie Is being on how radiation

held ih Bradford County Jail affects tissue I'owth.Fl'l'shm:1n .
without bond, according to Deputy Cancer CrusadeRev.

;! r vi ca John Dempsey, investigating : Michael Cissy!
officer. of PAD a r oV was namsd:! over.aUnn! r of

Motive for the shooting is DeWitt Parabse' !! pastorof \ t the Junior Division for his:

not yet known, Deputy Demp- the First United Methodist. work on how sound af.'ccU: :
sey says, but George has admitted Church has been named: chaIr. ? 4Lf dJSF' : plant grO\\tho

the shooting. George has man of the 1970 Cancer Crus- Over 200 projects 'were entered -
also requested a preliminary in the BHS science fair.

hearing the deputy said.A ade.Miss Lillian: Stump president They were exhibitei: for the
\ .32 caliber pistol! was foundon of the Bradford County, public Friday Saturday, and
George, the deputy says. Cancer Society. announced this Sun''ay,: in the new National

Six BHS students made straight A's Padgett, Dorisann Spengler Bonnie Several witnesses saw the week that Rev. Farabee has Guard Armory on Edward:

for the third six weeks grading period. Trisler, Judy Young and Linda Stone. shooting.Thomas was shot in the head agreed to head: the diva slated, Road.
Louise Christy Eighteen of the proscts all
They are ((1-r) Batten about 11:20 p.m. Friday night for April.A
the blue I"lb'Jol1inners., have
luncheon to organize
He died in the University of
been picked .to be entered; in
1970 Crusade U set FrUay.
Florida Medical Center at 10:50
For First Semester Saturday Feb. 21. March 6. In the Garden Rest- the Regional!! l Science) Fair In
a.m.
aurant. Any volunteer interest. Lake Butler on March 1920.
ed In aiding the drive Is in 1 Mrs Pam Dick rlOon. BH9

vited to attend. science Instructor, says: there
2 BHS Students Pistol Attack Bob Griese./ state Crusade I Is a Itood l chance some of the

chairman and!. quarterback of 18 students will qualify]; for the

Charged Here the Miami Dolphins football '. !!I .1 I t l i I "l"i <[ <1 State Science Fair.
team, was to have been present t.0 _
Ulysses Thomas, Reno resi- for the luncheon. But Griese The 18 si-ndsnU! arc senors!
dent bound to Circuit of 'r La I W Eugene Mock and> Bill Myilck;
Earn Straight A'sTwo was over will not be present because '
Robin Mull'ns sopho-
Junior :
Court of
Tuesday on charges his heavy schedule* of commit
rncre1 Richard: Kliklnr-d, Janice -
assault with Intent to murder.
ments, Miss Stump \said this Eugene Ilorkoverall winner of the Senior Division Parsons Joe Bosnian. Jimny -

Thomas week. of the Bradford High Science Fair< He workedon hike Mike
is Andrews White
Bradford High School the semester and third six- dent, takes typing,English,geo- charged with Mrs. Louise Kite la secretaryof
shooting at Lynwood the affect of radiation on tissue growth.r'rL1 King Lee Hirdenbrook, Greg
students, senior Louise Bat- weeks honor roll. metry, world history, cnemis-. Terry with the Cancer Society and, Mrs. ,
and Bonnie Tris- a pistol on Dec. 26. Gay. ani! Terra Brown: freshmen
ten sophomore :!
One senior coed, Dorisann (Continued on Page Four< ) Margaret Miller is treasurer. -
ler, have earned straight A Spengler, has just three B's -..... f11 I Mike Glssv! Debbl" SpJnKler. :! -

grades for the entire semes- on her grading sheet for the ...',..f'. '',. ...- Mark Hirdenbrook: Mary
terthe only two BItS studentsof semester. Her grades all ave- I PlRNT Frances Goourte: Gerald Smith,
about 1,200 who can make rage A, however, and she Is L ) Thieves Hit and Joy And:'ews.!
that claim. ,M 4'w;', ,,,, 1
on the semester honor roll with q. _. .
Only 68 members of the BIIS all A's. &. "" ,. >>.. New Store ERQWTHP The Senior: Division! of the
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BHS fair inchi '>I'd grades! 10-12.
student body made the semester .
Miss Spengler takes English, ,
.1\0 .. .' the Junior vision! the
honor roll, meaning their \ was
Math psychology, German H, At
grades averaged A but they chorus, and is a library aide. .t. N'}, .... LawteyTwo ninth imulc. Projects, on which!
could have had a B or two In Along with that she Is a mem- e many hours! outside! class! were'

there. ber of the Math Club. Future r breaking and entering ppentwere by first t nnl second
Six BHS students made Teacher's Association, and National ; cases, both unsolved, have been year biology' physics, and
straight A's for the third six Honor Society. She Is .: .' '"'':' '' reported at Lawtey and southof chemistry students.. Science!
weeks grading period. They are treasurer of the German Club, 'r ( Stance by the Bradford Sheriffs Club members!! worked at ex-
seniors Dorisann Spengler, vice-president of the Drama a ., Department. trn-cuvr'culnr: nctlv'tles'' to

Linda Stone, Christy Padgett, Club, and treasurer of the Lit ..., The new Handy Way Storeat raise the $75; n ellI: to rent
and Louise Batten and sopho- tle Women's Club. She is the ,(Twe ", -' 'I:'"' Lawtey, a minute market the new armory for the local
mores Judi Young and Bonnie daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. w '.. which has just gone into operation fair.
Trisler. V.J. Spengler, Starke. 1', tVI on SH-225 directly behind
-<"'." : Dave Shuford's Phillip's 66Ser- Giisy. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louise Batten is enrolled in ? ;
The two students, Misses Bat- business education courses.She 1rv&j; "" /.. i; .ri(,. vice Station was hit Tuesday Joseph Glssy! of Saiks! describes

ten and Trisler, who made is a DCT student employed at (t1"i straight A's all semester had the Bradford County Civil Defense Missing are 250 cartons of t CHART rexat t- t ito determine If continuous
to make it through three six- building. Louise is alsoa This Charolais-Angus cross steer won grande cigarettes and miscellaneous sound has. any nffert on pHnt

weeks grading periods plus semester vocational office education champion honors for Sui Edward at the North quantities of candy, hose, tooth growth Ii the retired(! growth
exams. Louise is the clerical student. Livestock Showis and Sale at Madison. It paste, and hair ton'c, accord- of plants: as notlc-d: around
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.W. "She could make straight A's Florida shown theladison ing to )Deputy; John Dempsey, \.W:4-4 1'it iwliv 1 IndifTlnl fnctor'os' due
Miss Edwards has
Batten of Starke. Bonnie's parents no matter whatshe might take," the second time investigating officer. solely to nlr pollution: or couldno'
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. champion at the I\\ Show. The break-in looks similar to
are says Dean of Students Tony grand I l "e also have !some affect
Trisler of Hampton. Griffith. others which have occurred:: in young Gassy! asked?
Some very sharp students Sophomore Judi Young made Bradford County, according to .f
missed that high level of straight A's the third six weeks. Sue Edwards Wins Dempsey. t He conclude.!, after working
achievement, BUS administrators She is enrolled in world his- Entrance was gained to the with plants:: under b"ll Jars
point out. Sophomore Rebecca tory, geometry, driver's edu- store by tearing the lock off with n bMl continuously rlnorInir I
McMillan, for instance, cation, English, Chemistry, and the door with "some kind of 1 and no's3: : c'\u'2d early I IItf'rmlnn'
made straight A's the first physical education. Judi is the Madison prying tool," the deputy; says.A ')n of pls-H but ha4
two six weeks. But a singleB granddaughter of Mrs. R. A. Steer Showyear I5&E was also reported little! if anv. affect on subsequent '
in geometry pulled her from Nettles of Starke. (Friday, Feb. 20, at the homeof growth.
the elite the third six Mr. and Mrs. Anton Zacekat
group Bonnie Trisler the I
sopho- Sue Edwards, continuing: her she won with a 1,035 pound Mock son of Mr. and Mr.
weeks, though she is still on the intersection of US-301
more semester straight A stu- family's domination of North Freshman Michael (;rassy' over-all Junior Division -
Angus-Charolais cross steer and SK-18 south of Starke near BenJAmIn! P. Mick has taken
Florida livestock shows, which the family has switchedto Hampton.The winner, explains his work on how sound affects all the science! C3urs-: !' : offeredat

showed the grand champion this year.Brother Zacek's left home about plant growth to upper classman; Richard Kirkland. BUS but "nt'-s-i: the fair

5 Plead Not steer Monday at the North Flo- Tom, winner of numerous 5:30: p.m. and returned at 8:05 because' he was! interested In
GuiltyTo rida Livestock Show and Saleat
Madison.It beef Judging shows anda p.m. to find the rear d glass> HBBBBBBsHBMBBB rro1m I I continuing research on tissue<
the second ina senior Bradford High where broken out and the door open, ,growth the '"')jrct of h's' 1!%')
was year Sue is a freshman, showed the according to Deputy Dempsey. prl7w'nnin: ? proj"c, Ills description
that the Brad-
row young Bradford FFA Chapter's Ancus Missing .22 caliber ( of his:
Traffic OffensesFive are a newest project
ford miss the daughter of Mr.
and it first in its \
steer placed rifle and a "considerable a- Is:
and Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr.,
class. It was the first time a mount" of Jewelry.
defendants pleaded; not County Judge Theron A.Yawn has won the Madison show.This Bradford" FFA steer has gotten Foot prints were found at "My fcene-! fair prefect i i.*

guilty; to traffic offenses in plea presided at the session. that fall in a show. the scene but no arrests have an extension! if :a research
'
day proceeding in County Court The defendants and the char- Rainfall Tom also won the showman- been made.Property. problem from last t year Inwh'eh
70 i
here Tuesday and the cases ges are as follows: ship award Monday at the Madison I Kr"w tissues undsrIdeal :

were transferred to the trial James Jones, 47, Lawtey, who show with the FFA steer. Damage h cond tinny to esfabl'sh:
d-xket.: was arrested Jan. 26 by Fill1 Tops AverageOne Miss Eel-wards' steer won the that life is pisslble: iut ie:? of "
Trooper K. G. Etheridge and Class A heavyweight division No InjuriesIn the body o' an organism anS S

charged with. having driver's before competing> with other imAI).
Small StepBradford class winners and runnersupfor Three Wrecks
license.
District 5 "For my proj'ct 'hh year, I
John Aaron Clarke 65, grand champion honors.She
,
tarfd a cut ire "f t's'! uu. I ll
Melrose, who was arrested by County; had an ave- entered the Madison show as a Property damage: totaling
BasketballTournament The t;sues were vrown in a >|
Trooper R. U Myun SR-21 rage of 1.23 inches of rain 4-il member from Bradford $1,225 resulted from three ac ."
eolu'l! n of fin cent "ali"
south of Keystone Heights and during the week ending 8 a.m. County.; cidents reported by the Florida: < per e
charged with driving while in- Monday, bringing the total to Last year Sue won with an Highway Patrol during the 4 20 pr: ch'clc smbTo extract
toxicated. date since January 1 to 14.68 Angus steer. '!he bdvardidid:: pa't!' week w'.th no injuries. t nnd 20 par::! cent bla-d plasma,
Earl Jack Hickman, 38, Inches. not show at M-jJison in 1968. Mrs. Vergr! Thomas Barks. A6 err The tls'ues were allowed to
Bradford Hi Jacksonville, who is charged With ten days yet to go in In 1967 brother Zack, then a dale of Hampton Lake was -L grow for 4.1: hours: before any

Vs.I'alatka with DWI on Temple Avenueon February, this year's rainfall sixth grader, won the grand charged with Improper backing exp'rlmntatian:! was sorted:

Feb. 3 by Starke Policeman has already exceeded by 4 1/2 championship and In 1966 Tom and David Varnes: of Mil-:! "After such a period! of i

Central Harold Crews. inches the 50-year average for took top honors. The Ed cards rose was charged: wish exceeding Robin :Mullins. right, explains his project to the growth the tissues were then

Aaron Hoi ley of Starke. who! the entire two months of Jan- family has won the Madison safe fj:?!ed, a* the result of.an judge, .Re*'. Bob Burch.Irs.: Pam Dickerson. exposed to radiation:! for d.f.fjrent .
Is charged with assaultandbattery uary and February-- 10.16 in- show four of the sixteen yearsit accident: at 7:40: p,m. Thursday -
:! length:! of time ranging -
Feb. 27 has been in existence.The science' instructor, listen
Friday on a complaint by Jerlene ches. Feb. 19, .on Highway 18 from one to five seconds.
Palatka Dommon that on Feb.: 3 lie January brought over 7 inches FFA steer shown by Tom near Hampton.According: The tissues!
then checked
assaulted Ulysses Dommon. of rain to the county; Edwards was a 743 pound Angus to Trooper K. O. Tuck's Drive-In Hampton School for obssrvatlona were,
This Space Contributed Cleo Carl Thornton, 34, Route while February's total to 8 raised on the FFA farm Ethrktze, Mrs Barksdale was
Weekly to Publicize 1, Lake Butler, who is chargedby a.m. Monday: was 7.57 inches. north of Starke. The animalwon ,backingnorth Into 18. and: Has Fire DamageThe Break-in ReportedProperty "It wa found that ra'laton!
Sheriff Robert Green The 50-year average for Feb- in Class D, the lightweight
Deputy Varnes vn'eslraUs!
Community Events by attempted: ti brake vUl' produce :
with driving while intoxicatedand ruary Is 5.30 Inches. division. And ekLdded' 68 fet bfore hitting S.arke Fre; Departmentwas : ::! damage of around ,growth cond.tlors such AS anjncontrolleJ
The with leaving the scene of Total by fire towers for the Next competition for the fam- the Barksdale car in ,the called::! to Tuck's Drive-In $200 was reported to the : rate of growth.
CommunityState
an accident on Feb. 15. week ending Monday was: New ily will be Friday, March 6, rlKht side.Damage. about 2:20: am. Wednesday:: to Hampton Elementary School
Bank Among those who pleaded River, .8 inch; Louis 1-11110-Ugh- when Zack shows a steer in to the exenyj'ijh: a fire evidently Buildinj fallowing a break-in "Man: muse 1 learn: to owi..!rol i iradatton
land) 1.4 Inches Santa Fe. 1.5 the Greater Gainesville Livestock Varnes car 1 :: ,"
guilty and were sentenced were ; was reported : caused by an electrical appliance sometime during the weekend.: Mock rays "be-
as 100. and the
Show and Sale.Commissioner .
Accounts now injured the following: inches. Barksdale being!! left on ami over ause: he is exposed to It evry'n
Jack Benton, driving while intoxicated No rain fell during the 7-day of Agriculture car., $200.A heating. Considerable: smoke The intruders: entered the 'n'lte of h's' life.: If radiation: ,
up to $20,000 by : fined $151 and lost period, Feb. 18-24, but resumedon Doyle Conner watched part of mule on the highway caused produces:! these
damage was repor! -ed. and several building: by breaking out a cjnd'tlons.:: It
Federal Deposit Insur- his license for 90 days. Wednesday, Feb. 25, when the show in Madison Mcudiy. another accident !at 8:22: celling: tile may have to pane an office door Deputy :might: lead.: to his destruction"

ance Corp. (Continued on Page Four (Continued on Page Four) His in son the had show a reserve in 1969. champion (Continued on Page Four) be replaced. Sheriff Dolph Redden said. (Continued on Page Four)


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----l Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Magyar Mrs. Frank Brabham and son.
I f( .:)J1' *:*LJJ *L Shower Given and daughter Paulette, of Lake Tommy, and Mrs. Corlne Pur

Of Interest? low J i .eL"! io .u For Carolyn MengAt City visited friends and relatives vis of Gainesville were last
In Starke over the week Friday visitors of Mr.and Mrs.
.rp Register Home W.F. Herlong.Mr. .

"ME7 end.Mr. and Mrs. J.M. EdwardsJr.
[ .
W Miss Carolyn Menff, whose and family attended the and Mrs. Charles Reese
marriage to THsron Hunter Florida Livestock Show will move to Titusville this

, will be an event of Saturday. r, and North Sale In Madison Monday weekend where Mr. Reese is
In St. Wil taking over the ministry at
Feb. 28, at 3 p.m.
*>Gladys Mooly Phone and Tuesday.
: 964-7608>* liam's Catholic Church Key- .1.1d the First Christian Church.Mr.

stone Heights. was honored: at C.S. 'Haddock was In Talla- and Mrs. J.C. Brown and three

Reception PlannedIn Garden Club Meets a lingerie shower last Thurs- hassee Monday and Tuesday on children Into of LaGrange the First, Christ.Ian Ga. are.
moving
GainesvilleFor night given by Mrs. Free-
day business.
With Mrs. FullwoodThe Church pastorium on Saturday
man Register Jr., Mrs. E. W.
D. J. ThornsMr. Hodges, Jr. and :Mrs. George Barry Firth was dischargedlast and Mr. Brown will assume -
met the ministry at the First
Club
v Starke Garden Simpson. The party was held week after 46 weeks active
and Mrs. Donald J. Monday afternoon at the homeOf at the Register home on Hampton training at Fort Bragg, Christian Church here.

Thorn wm.be: honored at a reception Mrs. L. L. Fullwood. Lake.A d N.C. in the Special Forces. -
Saturday: F20.: 28. from The horticultural discussion gold white and green color
the home of concerned the Sate,, Flower -
2 to 5 o'clock at scheme was carried out In the
jlrs. Thorn's mother, Mrs. Show to be held March 20-21 party decorations. The gift
Miss Waller To Wed
Ruby Dyal. 1114 N.W4th St. ",", 1n Reitz Union Hall Gaines table 'was centered with a STARKEEf4CENTER
Gainesville All frlen's and re- ,,' ville. To encourage member bride doll. The refreshmenttable Sgt. S. E. Tilley
IMJ7
attend. : participation, the club will buy ,
latives are invited to covered with a 'white > / R I OLD CUIHTHOUU I
Th Thorns and:! their children aJm'sston:! tickets lor all mem- lace clotb over gold linen was Lt. Cot and'' Mrs. Roy E. / / KATHI.E'KN. HAIRY COW".OWMM

Andy and Batty Louise, ibera, exhlbMlng! in the show. centered w'th. an arrangementof Waller of Colorado Springs. .. -ti:
returned last Saturday after The corsage demonstrationwas yellow tulips pussy willows Colo. announce the engage- 0
three year In San Miguel and postroned until the March and white pompoms. Balancingthis ment of the'r daughter. Nancy, New Shipment Fish Just

Sub!.c Biy In the Philippine meeting at the home of Mrs. were silver candelabra:! to Sgt. Stephen E. Tilley son BOLD 'N BRIGHT-Chil-

Islands and Honolulu wher3 :41 Lundy Prater. with white tepees Mrs. Hodges of) Mr. and Mrs. William E. dren's wear is popping up for Arrived
Mr. Thorn was stationed: with presided: at the punch bowl. Tilley of &tark: spring in bold bright cotton

the Navy. They are spending st, ThomasBoatwrightRehearsal The 23 guests include Mrs. The wedding will 03 an event prints.top playsuit Typical In is a this stylized tunic OVER 40 VARIETIESBlack

two weeks with Mrs. Thorn'smother Paul Meng mother' of the honoree cf) June 27 at the Air Force floral design. By Dotty of
Mrs. Dyal in Gainesville PartyMrs. Mrs. A. H. Lagasse. of Academy Baptist Church in Texas

and brother-in-law and ThomasKirchaineEngagement Keystone Heights, and Mrs. Colorado Springs Mollies A
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. W. D. Thomas. Mrs. Lawrence Meng and Mrs. Miss Waller a graduate of Fa R 99
Calvin Pace and Mrs. E. E. Swordtails 4
Told
Miller of Santa: Fs Lake. .
Clara Mouch cf Toledo. Ohio Biloxi High School In Missis- --
of his Tanner entertained:! at a re-
At the expiration grandmothers of the honoree. slppl, and I h employed as a Green Swordtails
]cave, Mr. Thorn will be stationed Mrs. Ruth Veasey announcesthe hearsal d'nner Frliay.:: Feb. 13, The hoe'enses presented- the Service Operations Manager'ssecretary

with the Navy at Charleston engagement ant: approaching : at the Thomas home on Santa honoree with a yellow nylon : at the Air Force
S. C. for the next three marrlags!: of her daughter Fe Lake after .the wedding rehearsal set as a memento of Academy ) Mrs. fcmma: Grover and chil-
pelgnor. 1.98 Now 1.29
years, and will be accompanied Vicki Gall! Thomas *to Richard of Miss Gall Boat- the occasion. Sgt. Tlll"v li !i Bi-n-'ua of dren have moved back toStarke BETTA'S Reg. .

by his family. Prior to Lawrence! Klrchaine. son of wright and Tommy Thomas. BraJ.'Drl:! : : Hlrh .School and is from their home in Texas.
her marriage Mrs. Thorn was Mr. and Mrs. Yulae Klrchaine. The buffet table was covered row In the U.S. Air Forte sta- VAL PLANTS Small -- -- -- $3.25

o Employed at Bradford::. County al'' of S-arke.. with a white linen cutwork Ladies AuxiliaryOf itloned at the Air Force Academy Ernest W. Allen, Buford McKinney Large -- -- -- $2.25
clcth end centered with an arrangement Matthew McKinney,
Hospital. The wedding will be an event in Colorado Springs. ano
, of March 20, the place to be of camellias. The Fire Department all of Starke caught the limitof
six individual! nlng!: tables Lake Monday. PUPPIES $1.00
announced:: later. : Elects OfficersThe fish in Orange - up
junior Club The braa! -elect is attending: were centered: with single candle UDC To MeetW.
Central Hairstyl'nz School in sticks with camellias at the Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke
To Meet Monday base. The 24 guests included and family of Tampa were visiting Everyday Prices
: Gainesville and Mr. Klrchaine! Ladies Auxiliary of the T. Weeks chapter, UDC. Shellie Compare our
Mrs.
is employed with the Starke members Jf the wedding:!:! party Bradford County Volunteer Fire her mother,
Urlll March 4,
Junior Woman's Club the immediate !families and meet: Wednesday Gerle, over the weekend.
: The Natural Gas department. Department met Monday: : nightat at 3:30 at ''the Garden
: pm.
trill meet Monday. March 2, ,at out-of-town guests. the fire house on Edwards
t p.m.'Ith Mrs Paul Klsh In- SSgtand Mrs. Gene Pass The honored couple presented Loop. The following officers Restaurant with Mrs. E. L. .
Matthews, Mis Mae Mlidle-:!::
ternational Affairs chairman and son of Fort Bragg, N. C. personal gifts to their at- were elected for the first termof :
ten, Mrs. J. R. F'clds:! and
}n charge of th, program.Hos'essss / were home for the weekend. tendants during the evening. office: Mrs. Joseph B. Bak- ,
Mrs. Walla L'pssy as ho'3sse I
::! for the me 'tins will ken, president; Mrs. Delano
Garden Restaurant with '
at the
!be Mrs. Glen Moore and Mrs. .F Thomas: vice president: ; Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Matthews Miss I Lcist3Doys. .' .
Donald Hardenbrook, secre-
John Dempssy.Marion / \t:;! .t tlntroehcinMr. :?, tary; and Mrs. Robert Gentil- MadgJ M ?dlet'n. Mrj. J. H. '

man treasurer. Mrs. Donald Fields and Mrs. Walla L pseY

M. Faulk @ Wainwright was appointed Hospitality as hostesses.
Chairman and Mrs. Ends Saturday

Weds Mr. Starling and Mrs. Albert A. Haz- Donald Wayne Jr., Feb. 21. Lamar Scott and Mrs. Bill

. Lucian Johns en of Royal Oaks Mich. announce Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Lee Tet- Gnann Membership Chairmen. --
Mr. and Mrs the the birth of a son. Kirk stone Brooker twin girls Feb. The Auxiliary will staff the
i>f Jacksonvllla announce Allen! on .1.m.30 In! the William! booth of the Volunteer Fire
marriage of hr! daughter.! Mar- Beaumont Hosp'tal. Royal 23. Department at the fair, and
Jon Maxine Faulk to Dorssy Oaks. Paternal grandmother will have fire extinguishers for Capt. and Mrs.James Olienyk IALDNE
Edward!: Starling! also cf Jack- was the late Mrs. Martha Hazen Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Todor the home on sale. A rummage and children of Fort Bennlng,
sonville. The warding:! took of Starke. (f JumnsI, Ghana Africa an- sale Is also planned for the Ga. were weekend guests of
place February 6 In Rldgeland nounce the birth of a son near future.A Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Easterling.Mr. .
Charles Bradley, on February social hour followed the
S. C.
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The bride's grandparents are Bradford County Hospital announces 21 in Alachua General Hospital. business session. and Mrs. W.H. Graham LUXURY QUILT TOP
the following births:
Maternal: (geandparP-is! era Mr.
Mr. and: Mrs. Maxis Carter Sr.cf attended the Florida Fashion
Mr. ant Mrs. James Mil'on r
Klngstey Lake. and Mrs. W. F. Moore of Law- Mart in Tampa Saturday to
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Starling, Lawtey a :daughter
tey, and paternal grandparentsare Tuesday of last week. The Gra-
dale of DeBary wore Monday
F*b. 19. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Todor, hams also were on a business
and Mrs. X.M. Smith evening supper guests of Mr. SAVE $40 SET !
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wayne
of Cleveland, Ohio. trip in Central Florida the remainder -
Mid Mrs. L.D. Vining.
spent Sunday at Cedar Keys. Stafford Sr., Lawtey, a son of the week.


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grl-' 0

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_._ Memor.
,____ Stephen Filter Flor.'d'ans!. mane !gather in the
ial en the Suwanne River a' .
fiO-mlle( wide, total eclipse "elt.which ,
White Springs to planning a
Drew Reddish of Wilmington,| Cpl. Carlton Meng of New Rev. and Mrs. V.J. Rags- special .program In cofcnscUoE: will extend from the.
Gulf of Mexico, near Perry.northeastward
Dela. spent the weekend with! River Marine Corps Base dale of DeBary were Monday 'With the once-ln-a lifetime solar
his parents Sheriff and Mrs. Jacksonville N. C, is homeon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo ecl'.pse! which will throw It across Florida
I .
24 days leave. Champion.Mrs. Into Georgia!:; and: on up the
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P.D. Reddish. shadow across North Florida .
Atlantic Coast r.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warrenof Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper C.P. Dover of Hibbing on. Dr.March John 7.IS. Allen, presidentof White Springs is well within ..
Waycross, Ga. were visiting attended the funeral of Mrs. Minn. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. the University of South ''the .path of totality and darkness ..
her mother, Mrs. J.S. Sapp Eula Anderson in Lake City R.A. Colson and Mrs. F.F. Florida over the weekend. last week. Flume for several weeks. the Foster Memorial( park
arrange> activities planned:
shortly after 1:13: p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Dansby Mr. and Mrs. John Greene for Memorial'the Director 243-acre: Joe state Caw park".hon Cawthon raid <.>., Manorial
visited Mr. and Mrs. James visited her mother Mrs. W.M. and son Curt were in Talla-
Is makln preparations to accommodate -
announced. The prominent educator -
In Ozark, Ala. last
Andrews
Cooper in Chiefland last Wed- hassee Saturday to attend the estimated: crowdof
Tuesday to Thursday. wedding of Miss Patricia Kin- Is a trained astronomer tan
nesday. several thousand!! >?rtons' on
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to Thomas Chancey. who in 1932 was a member: of r
Mrs. Bill Chambers and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Hamilton, sey the scientific staff of the Franklin the grounds, but suggested> :! that
Kenneth Fuqua attended a who have been renting the W.B. Mrs. Jack Trawick and son, Institute Polar Eclipse Expedition famil'es m'grht! be wise to brln.3
covered dish supper Tuesday Sewell home, have purchasedthe Buddy spent the weekend in and has written articles lunches with .'them sire food-
night at the home of Mrs. Al- Studstill house on Mimosa Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. Ron- and books on the subjectof serving facilities in the area
ban Brooke, district four Jun- Drive and plan to move the ald Kelly. astronomy."Dr. .
ior Woman's Club director, in first of the month. Allen is provl-Kngf:!i the might not be adequate.
Jacksonville. The supper was Mrs. Bill Chambers Mrs. Memorial! with appropriate educational There will be no charge in.
in honor of the state Junior Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox of Linda Kay Johns, Mrs. J.C. films which will .be connection with' the program,
director, Mrs.William Wlnese- Live Oak and Mrs. Trend Ward Dukes and Mrs. Wallace Wise shown during the hours before ether' than the regular admission -
mann. and daughter. Jeniver,of Green attended Junior Day at the Pa- the eclipse," Director Cawthon: \ fee for entry Into, the .
Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen Belt Md. were Sunday visitorsof latka Woman's Club on Wednes- sal'3' "and he will be heard in parlq on the Suwannee River .
attended the Southeastern Con- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sll- day. person over the public address Continuous running of the
gress of Optometry in Atlanta cox.WWWW. system explaining the situation'as scientific' movies provided ;/toy
Ga., Feb. 11-15. Misses Ginger Baldwin and ,the eclipse develops to 'the Unlvers'ty +,f South :Florida
Jayne Hardy, and houseguest, darken the Memorial grounds." will begin with the open
Diane Alexander, of Tift Col- .It has been predicted that a ing of the park at 9 a.m., the.
lege were home for the week-
million or more 'tourists and director said.


end.Attending the Shrine Potentate's Birch Society Speaker lames 01 ,tug r dl l oupu
1 Ball at the Civic Audi- ,

torium Potentate in, Richard honor 0.of Ilardage the new, Mass Media For 'F We're In'The

Saturday night were: Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Dinklns and primary objective of the In explaining the origins of
Fish guests Mr. and Mrs. BUI Ma- John Birch Society; Is to fight the organization, Rev. Fenton
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City .& Meat thews of Macon, Ga., Mr. and the "Conspiracy of Commun- said the society; was named fora LDJ1
Mrs. Roy Brantley, Mr. and ism," Rev. Francis E, Fenton, 26-year-old Baptist preacherwho

Mrs. M.A. Baldwin, Jr., Mr. a member of the organization's was killed by the Communists .. .. ;: .... .. .
MarketOpen and Mrs. John Torode, Mr. National Council, told an aud- 11 days after World .. : '" """ '\ .',\ /
and Mrs. Ward Bessett, Mr.and ience of 85 at the Starke Golf War D, while on an official .--- '
Tuesday tnrougb. Sunday Mrs. Pete Fancher, Mr. and and Country Club Wednesday mission for the US lie said 7 I ... "f
Mrs. Julian McRae, and Mr. night, Feb. 18. that it has grown until it now .- /jJ
Closed-Monday and Mrs. A.F. Garner. "Our long-range objectivesare has from 60,000 to 100,000' ._.wm_.w.enn Jpmarnyayuil J' .",' I
less government, ... p.
more responsibility members.Rev. .. /
PRICES GOOD EVERY DAYSALE Mr. and Mrs. John Hemming-. ; and-- with God's Fenton pointed to recent .' .,;/
way of Ellzabethtowu, N.C., and helpa better world," the accomplishments of the Societyas
Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Williams Catholic priest said in a talk : the disclosure of U.S. trade r-t/
BEEF Mr. and Mrs. Tom Southwell, entitled, "The John Birch So- with Communist nations: ; con-
and Mr. and Mrs. James L. cletyThe; Myth And The Reality. tributing to the defeatof former
Wiggins of Jacksonville were ; ." lie blamed the "myth"on Justice Abe Fortas on the U.S.
weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. the mass media, saying"the Supreme Court; the campaign
U.S. GOOD One Wiggins. so-called free press of Americais to impeach former Chief Jus-
under control of socialists." tice Earl Warren; and a slowing
Sgt. Paul L. Miller of Homestead He accused the media of sup- down of the SIECUS movementin Road Runner 2-clr Coupe
CHUCK
ROAST or STEAK lb 65c AFB visited his parents pressing the truth about the the U.S., although not yet
Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Miller Birch Society: while presenting defeated.He .
BRISKET or RIB STEW. lb. SSc and family over the weekend. a distorted or false picture said that Communism cannot -
of its objectives.The be defeated by the churches -
ALL MEAT STEW lb. 79c Miss Dianne Edwards of Flo- speaker's appearance and charged, ". they
rida Atlantic and Mrs.
College here
was sponsored by the are not fighting, but are aiding
Gayle Thomas of Jacksonville Starke chapter of the Society,
; and abetting Commmism in
RIB STEAK or ROAST lb. 79c spent the weekend with their with Don. Champion, chapter various ways." lie said that
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. leader, as master of ceremo- Communism must be fought
PORK SALE Edwards Sr. nies. Don Foster, District Co- through "education and action"
ordinator, from Ocala, Introduced and declared that the Societyhas
Mrs. Vergie Flynn visited Rev. Fenton: who is
such a plan of education.
FRESH FLA. BACKBONE lb. 79c Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Waters in currently on a speaking tour of Last week's meeting was rt
Tallahassee last Tuesday to several states. not a regular session of the
FOR B. Q. Friday.Mr. During his talk the speaker local chapter, and was open to f
I FRESH FLA. SMALL RIBS lb. 79c touched: on "the crisis in education the public.
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and Mrs. Inman Green, .
brought on by recent The chapter here now 'ws .
.Mr.'and Mrs. Charles Zipper- directives of the Supreme 16 active members and meetson .
SMOKED PICNICS Ib.' 55c; .' er, and Mr. and Mrs. N.L. Court." lie said the Society; the second Monday of each ...
'Woodburn spent Sunday at the was for voluntary compliance month at 7:30 p.m. in the Lions ,
Fresh, Large Grade 'A Woodburn cottage at Horse Shoe in school Integration, but op- Den on Water Street. .

BAKING HENS - lb. 49c Beach. posed to any use of force toward Champion announced this .-- .:
this end. lie said that week that the chapter is plan ..
Grade 'A'FRESH Edward Eglin of Congervllle, members of the society; were ning a study course starting
Ill. is the guest of Mr. and instructed not to d? anything Tuesday night, March 31, and Sport Fury 2.dr Hardtop ;:
FRYERS Ib. 33c Mrs. J.M. Edwards Jr. for a "against the leading of their continuing each Tuesday night r .
month. own conscience." for four weeks. It will be conducted Z
FRESH MULLET medium lb. 29c Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde was Sun- Rev. Fenton said the John by District Coordinator .:
day overnight guest of Mr. and Birch Society; is the "only or- Foster, and will be for non- ,
ganization equipped to save ourcountry" nembers without cost.
Mrs. Lyle Buck and familyin i
Palatka.IMPORTANT. from the Communist:
conspiracy. "The mass mediais ADDING MACIIINE ROLLS. 1I
-- responsible for the fix this File Folder, complete One of- .. 1t I
country is in," he said. "They flee t
lIe-- whether they know: it or iuppUea. -The Telegraph I
not, they lie" Phone 964-5305. .

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Fishing Contest Straight A's No Three InjuriesIn Wrecks Science Fair National, FFA WeekObserved For Library


For 1st SemesterContinued Site ClearingContinued
(Continued' From Page One)
I In Bradford
Register Now ( From Page One) p.m. Friday when two cars ( From Page One) Bids have been called for removal

try, and Spanish II. She is both traveling east on Highway In the course of his work. of the 'old; Parks home
; Thru Labor Day president of the Spanish Club. 100. collided Wh, the an Mock centrifuged;: hs! own "FFA Emphasis Agricul Throughout FFA week, the on N. Walnut Street here, the
J Linda Stone, senior, and imal. Seeter Merrill Jones .blood plasma, from cows blood ture"' Is the theme of National young) farmers) will be emphasizing .site recently purchased by the
T daughter of Mrs. D.B. Stone, StflTtoe]) carpenter' driving a 1969 under the direction!! of >a pro- FFA Week being observed by the Importance to the Bradford County Library Board:
Be qualified to enter your Hampton, is enrolled English, Plymouth tried to avoid hitting fss'cr from the University of the Bradford Junior and Senior nation of a dynamic and prosperous for a new library.
physiology, psychology, typing; !\ ,the mile while meeting! Florlia. Hs :used tisanes: taken Chapters of the Future Farm agriculture. Not only The property is'at the corner
fish prior to catching it. humanities, and is a teachers another vehicle coming from from the epidermis: of ;rats fol"ers of America. will they be irform'ng! the nation of Walnut and Jefferson
You will not be eligible aide. She is also secretary of the oo Mlte direction. Robert his experimentation, an,:* used Members of the Bradford of the Importance of agriculture Streets. It was purchased:! for
i. the senior class and of the Lee Williams colored laborer the X-ray machine at.the Brad High FFA chapters are joining to its citizens, but they $8.009 by the library building
after fish is caught. Science Club. driving! behind Williams, ran, ford County Hospital for his some 450.000 members of the will also seek to inform thecommittee..
'over the mule 'afw,! it had .source of radiation. National Association in activities public of the vast opportuni- Bids will be opened at 10
Semester Honor Roll been struck bv Jones' car killing to emphasize' the Import ties open to young! people in a.m. Moniay:! March 2, 1th: (!
12th Grade : the animal. Damnvs to the 1970 Rainfallfar ance of agriculture and\ the vocational agriculture today. office of Attorney George ,
ALouise Batten, Dorisann at The FFA story will be t told
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So Register Now! Plymouth was estimated education: program. Pierce, a Library Board mem
Spengler.AB $500. and to Williams' Chevrolet Above With two-thirds of the world's In Bradford County via radio ber.'
Joyce Allen Randall $25.Nathan. people starving it Is essential .programs aired by Radio: Station A ;regional meeting of library
PRIZES FOR LARGEST Chism, Theressa Clem,Shirley Platter of Woodburn, (Continued From Pace One) ''that the American farmer ba WPXE. officials was held here last
Fayson, Mike Fogg, Charles N. y, was charged with Improper given the freedom to produce The two Bradford High, FFA week with members of the!
BLACK BASS1st Fuquay, Freddie Graudon, Lu- inch recorded at New combined!
lane chantr following naccfdeT".t .3 was food and fiber for the world chapters have a State Library staff present.
cille Kauffman, Teresa Kelly, River. membership of 120 and Is the
fit 7:30: a.m. Mondayon This
task cannot be given to
25.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle Debra Mowry, Mike Norman U.S. 301, .4 mile south of The Florida Forest Service countries hampered" : by the tyro largest club In the school.
Linda Nugent, James (Buddy) Lawtev.Pfeffer. reported six fires with 12 acres Each chapter has a chapter
of communism.
2nd-$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle Sapp linson, ,Linda Joan Stone Whitehead, Brenda, Elaine Tom- was traveling north ur23dringJ the week 1 ,there Feb anny In Russia a farmer produces program of work which lists judging with top 10 teams in
Youngblood. on 301, follows by a truck anuaryith 9'1 enough food: for himself and numerous activities to be enGa'nesville in March"
have been 17 fires w acres tered, according to Reporter::
ENTER NOW and:! t.rll'ldrl'en bv Junior one other person and in China The Senior Chapter plans to
Lee Oxend'n' t'olorecl.t'f Jack burned.Friday Feb. 13 was an unlucky the ration :is three farmers to Wayne Bennett of the Bradford enter state land Judging con.
llth Grade sonville. Pf'ffr n'tenwted" to dlY oods one city worker Senior Chapter. tests, the chapter forestry contest
for fires, with
PRIZE FOR LARGEST
ABDonald Beck, Gloria chance lanes! h'Hlntr'! the truck In the "We have participate: in and ,the Bradford County
of
79 of timberland burned United States
Crews, Rebecca McMillan, Beth acres : livestock, dairy, and poultry
SPECKLED PERCH in the left f-ont onua'nsr $ OO Fair.
Mixon, Kelly Richards, Roxie 35 acres north of Lawtey, 41 America! one farmer produces::!
damsse to the" passenger car, contest at the State Fair Jn "We would like to express
Kodrique. acres on: Bessent Road, and enough food and fber: for him "
and! t no to the ..trucV.Ffefter Tampa, Bennett reports:: sincere" gratitude our
$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle BLinda Haas. three acres east of Lawtey. self and 50 other persons. Yet many
7?. va ,lfhtly injured The Forest Service reports technology Is capable tf pro. The Senior Chaper livestock: supporters of all FFA activities
ENTER NOW 10th Grade .and was charge: : with cond'dons' still too wet to do Slicing1 much more and much judging team placed::! seventh and. : to the professional:! agri.
ABonnie Trisler, Judy improper lane change. much fireline plowing without of America's farm land now out of 250 teams at the State culture people who have given
Young. equipment getting stuck in the lies fallow Fair. It will compete for the. of their time for our education
ABJimmy Andrews Donna 5 Plead mud. state championship! In livestock> ," Bennett sava.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK Christopher, Dottie Corbin,
Stella Costello, Nancy Crews, Not Guilty
!Mkkl; Crosby, Beverly Crowell,
Mitchell 400 Herbie Green. Seleetallall. Lee
Spinning Reel $1995We Hardenbrook, Victoria Henry, (Continued From Page One)
Jean Hinson, Becky Jackson, Elva Hampton, driving while ANNOUNCING.
With 2 Spools) Richard Kirkland, Shelia Nor- license under suspension(under
man, Janice Parsons, Linda the financial responsibilitylaw 00
Powell, Jimmy Tomlinson, ), $36.Jessie .
Carry A Complete Line Of Ralph Yaggi. Lee Smart, carelessly
BNorman Redding, Darlene burning the woods, $26.
FISHING TACKLE Stephens. Four juveniles appeared before -
the court: to answer to The ReopeningOF
9th Grade various: traffic infractions and
ABDebra Dyal, Kathleen instead of fines, the judge sus- 0
Faulkner, Steve Futch, Michael pended the licenses of three -
GIssy, Mary Goodge, Gayle Hat- of them for 30 days and can-
Starke Builders cher, Ann Haynes, Daryl Millard celled the license of the other
Karen Hutchins Donna one.Warren
Nelson, Lane Powell, Carl Ri- Starling who Is char-
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league games, me ouiiuers are lea u 10, and ;Lu: 18 De-
RECREATION NEWS still presently Kings of the road, fore the disastrous third quarter -
in Bantam League basketball. Koch Drugs took a 31.23
However, they are being dog- lead into the final stanza and
:::;:::;:;:::::;:;::;:::->"-">-:::::.":?;:::::::::: :;:::: :::;:: ::::::;rt:;:<::4W;: ;::::;;>:$:ft&V:::::::>;:iV&ft:;: %:%::::::;:::::ft3$33:::::::;::!:;=-' gedly chased by the currently held on to win it 40 37
I IBADCOCK FURNITURE games of the Men's BasketFINISRES "hottest team" In the league, SCORING
LEAGUE PLAY ban League played Monday Carp's Department Store. KOCH DRUGS: Frank Bennett ,
,IWITH... PERFECT RECORD Feb. 23, Badcock Furniture Carp's Is now winner of four 13; Ed Watts 12; Steve Thomas, per
completed its season undefeated games in a row, Including aone
STARKE PLAZA TAKES in league play with six wins point victory over the league 15.CADILLAC UNIFORM: Char-
RUNNER-UP HONORS against no losses. leaders last week to pull with- les Green, Dale Johns 14; Bill
In the final regular season in Monday night's game,Bad- in one game of the league lead. Bost 3; Sharone Gainey 9.
_
e. L Carp's rise in stature
____ seemsto
lie in their ability to take GAMES: PLAITED niURSIMY
the close onesIn their last FEBRUARY 19 ,
three games they have won In the first game of the at- f-rrlR.
by scores of 38 36 in over- ternoon Carp's won its fourth
3 time, 28 27, and 27 26. consecutive game, this one at r.
the expense of the cellar team,
RESULTS OF GAMES Cadillac Uniform, in a real -

a ...... PLAYED TUESDAY"FEB.. 17Carp's thriller 27 26.
--- -- .r r men's
28, Starke Builders' 27. In this game Carp's worked Randall Davis, League director presents

League in Men's Basketball was Starke This was the third meeting of their way to a 9 point lead Softball championship award to Badcock Furniture.
runner-up these two teams, and the first at intermission and then even
Plaza. Team members Red Accepting the trophy are John Watson, Team captain
are (kneeling) Greg time that Carp's had been able though they were outscored 19-
I dish, Mack Robinson, and Randall Davis; standing- -to emerge victorious over the 11 in the second half of play and Bill Wilson, team sponsor.

Stanley Crawford, Larry Thomas, Joe Kauffman, Builders' and this one was almost they scored just enough to takea Builders' retained its one game once they did they were im-
and Wayne McLeod, Not shown are Roy Burnham, taken away from them bya one point victory 27 26 lead in the standings by depossible to stop. Koch's out-
4.r never say die Starke Builders' and managed to stay one game feating Koch Drugs 44 36.
Larry Bruner, and Bob Pollard. scored them II 6 in the
Carp's led at the end of
away from catching up with The league leaders had some first quarter.
the first quarter 14-2 and the league leaders. difficulty in getting started but '
still had a 23 11 margin at Cadillac made a real second
cock, 94
averaging points per ter 4 Jerry Blalock 1.
; -
half time. I
game, went over the 100 mark On 18 the half effort, limiting Carp's to
Wednesday Feb. ,
I In the second half the Builders
four field but in
only goals, :
__ _._ u_ __ .. __ ___ for the first time with a 114 Rebels beat the Gators and the I gave a good indication having to play catch up ball SAfrWS
61 of Jackson Buil-
trouncing Seminoles played each other,, .
of why the
they are winning-
they forced to comitt fouls
Members of the Men's Basketball League champions ding Supply. Badcock had littledifficulty On Monday, February 23, the I est team in the league as they to attempt were to gain ball pos- TRIE
Badcock Furniture, are kneeling ((1-r) Marcus! with Jackson's in Seminoles beat the Rebels 10 stormed back to score 16 points session and Carp's took advantage SUR6EOHS
this game, getting stronger as 8, the Gators and Seminolestied while I l sit!\ /'M''''"""."Fprnbna' "
Rhoden Standing limiting Carp's to
Pierce Beeler only
George and Jimmy ; the went the of the charity shots.
,
utilizing 8-8
game: on and the Gators beat t
Jack Hazen, John Watson, Harold Farnsworth running game very well. Bad- the Rebels 9-6. 6 points, but they ran out of ,11111I,1.; < : i 11\1.11./.1 i// III 1t':11 H 1xa
time and lost by one, 28 27. SCORINGCarp's
and James Garlington. cock's held quarter leads of Seminole scoring: Eddie Ak- In the second of- the E.rPm rtu Sew
Thomas 10 Ran-
21 13, 4127, 74 40 and ridge 6; Jerry Blalock 2; Keith afternoon Koch game Joey ; PRUNING DE-MOSSING BRACING A CABLING
Drugs won their Brooks 9 James 6
the final score of 114 61. Carter 10. dy ; Akridge ; TREE FEEDING. CAVITY REPAIRS
third game against four lossesby Reddish TREE
Gary 2. I REMOVAL
The league leaders in five Gator scoringJohn Boyles
downing Cadillac Uniform CadillacBill Char- t
Bost 11 STUMP
games, one a forfeit victory, 8; Jackson Prevatt 6. ; ' ;
40 37. The third GalnesYille
Rebel period provedto les Green 8; Dale Johns 6; 'TlGRIN9ING| |
scored a total of 471 points scoringJimmy Pre-
be the fatal to Cadillacas
one Scott Hicks 1.
for a per game average of 94. vatt 9; Dean Brown 2; Frankie they could only 1 produce 3 In the second game Starke FREE ESTIMATES Nff.U. 376-1766or372-9538
Terwillegar Crews 4; Erie Biggs 2.
In this six of Badcock'seight
game i In the two days that we have
players seeing action let the boys play with the pre-
scored in double figures with
Isent
set
up the accumlative
Harold Bishop's 24 being high. scoring looks like this Semi-
:
Motors Badcock scoring-. Bishop noles 29; Gators 25 Rebels 22.
24; Jim Garlington 22; John i ;
Watson 17 Jim Beeler 17 Marc
; ; 1
REMINDER OF CERAMIC
Rhoden 14; Harold Farnsworth SCHUDULE YEAR END PRICES
14; Jack Hazen 6.
Jackson Building Scoring- A reminder to all Interest
Bruce Jackson 14; Ronnie Tho- ed persons relative to the Ce
mas 16; Bill Moreman 11; Dan- ramic program's schedule
regular classes are held eacl hnd
FORD ny Whitehead 11; Marc Jackson
COUNTS 9. Monday evening 7-10 p.m. a

In the other game Starke Pla- on Wednesday mornings 9 a.m

za walloped 84 Starke 39 and Builders'finished until In addition noon. to the above hour!s
SALEUSED Supplies -
WHITE
second in the league standings the Ceramic room is supervised
with a record of four wins and Tuesday and Thursda Y NOW !
two losses. The Builders' were afternoons 2:30: 5:30: p.m
never in the game as the Pla- and on Monday mornings 9 a.m
za enjoyed quarter leads of until noon. Tuesday afternoon,
19 6, 37 14, 59 26, and 3 p.m. until 5 p.m., is chit
CARS the final of 84 39. dren's time.CARP'S .
Wayne McLeod topped the
DEPARTMENT RE

of previous 42 points individual, as he high had score a hot AND STARKE BUILDERS : Reduce
ENGAGING IN HOT BATTLE We Must Ours
night with 49 points.
Plaza scoring-. McLeod FOR BANTAM LEAGUE
49 Mack Robinson 16 Larry SUPREMACY
PRICED TO.SELL ; ;
Thomas 8; Joe Kauffman and Starke Builders' Supplies habeen
Randall Davis 4; Greg Reddish in firstplace,either alone,,
3. or jointly since the league opener Inventory
Starke Builders'Scoring-- on Jan. 27 and through game!

vid McRae 15;Richard Williams
12; Billy Muggins! 6; Wilbur CARD OF THANKS st
Waters 4, Dale Brown 2. Our heartfelt thanks to al t NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED !

.. These games com.leted.the who extended, comforting sympathy ,
regular season. Scheduled now and help in our recen,
., ., -T will be a postseason tournament sorrow. For the beautifu tl
r and a game which will carts: service floral: offering
(No Dealers) pit the league champions food and other kindnesses w<
against the "best of the rest"a are deeply grateful.-The family NEW AND USED
team composed of players of Paul Underhill.

1967 Ford Fordor V-8 teams.selected The from post the season other league tour-

ney will be composed of all the CARS TO SELECTFROM
Men's league with the exception -

|was $1495 now $12 95 plies of who Starke will Builders'not enter Sup-the $100.00

tourney. The fourth team will'

Automatic Transmission and Air Condition be named later.TO'JRNAMENT. SCHEDULE REWARDFor I 4


Monday, March 27 p.m.
1968 Ford V-8 Wagon Starke Plaza vs Jackson Buil-

ders'; 8:30: p.m. Badcock Fur- information leadingto AT BIG REDUCTIONS
niture vs Team to be named.

|was $2495 now $2295Air Consolation Thursday, game March losers 57 p.m.of I Arrest and Con

Monday games; 8:30 p.m. viction of person or

Condition, Automatic Transmission! Championship game winners of burglarizingthen
Loaded with extras New Tires Stereo Tape Monday Final games. 1 persons
standingsBadcock burning down my
Furniture 6-0, Starke Plaza

4-2, Jackson Building Supply home on U.S. 301, South
2-4, Starke Builders' Sup-
1966 Jeep Wagon plies 0-6. early Tuesday morning,


ALL LEAGUE TEAM NAMED Feb. 17.Garnet. $
|was $1295 now $995 A five man All-League team
was selected by the playersin
the league and is composed v
.i Wheel) Drive, Warren Hubs of the following players. Stiider
Danny Whitehead, Jackson
Building Supply, 20 points per 964-5801

1969 Volkswagen. 5,000 mi., game; Bruce Jackson. Jackson
Building Supply, 23 point ave-
rage; John Watson Badcock
Fnrnlhirp. 21 Jim Carlington,
was $1795 now $1695 Badcock i Furniture'; 22;; Wayne

NcLeod, Starke Plaza, 26. NEW 1970
SMALL FRY BASKETBALL MAVERICK IN
F.M. Radio PROGRAM GOING OVER BIG re
VERMILLION
WITH]! 8 -10 YEAR OLD BOYS HEATER AND

1968 LTD Ford V-8. Small Boys Fry participating Basketball Instru-in the f : ALL STANDARD EQUIPMENT

ctional program seem to be

very much enjoying themselves '{ ; Sfock No. :MC ]1s9! .'
>
and it is obvious to the ob- Ask .
$2495 servers on hand that these 'I
|was now $2195 boys have made tremendous

progress in the skills of bas- CharleyE t c -
Air Condition, Automatic Transmission, ketball. Stock No. MC 1S95FORD;
have been divided
The boys
Loaded with extras
into three teams and rather

than play 4 quarter games, Johnal: ,
each team on Monday and Wed-
1968 1 Chevrolet Bel-Air nesday afternoons play two
how
quarters against the other About This Question: COUNTRYWHITE See
teams. We have not set the pro-
gram up on a league type basis -
$1995 SALE
was now $1195V.8. yoillsave.LSeeus
therefore we have no stan- "I might have known my L .
dings to report, only the results -
Automatic Transmission, Air Condition of the "games" and the boy would lose that school
scoring accomplished by each instrument. He forgot itop L : !

team. the bus, and it's just

|1962 Studebaker Wagonne Rebels On Wednesday beat the,Gators Feb. 18 in, one the one. Would musical in-,

quarter 2-0, and beat the.strument insurance cover.
Seminoles 3 0. In the quar- ing loss, theft or accidental MotorsYour
Owner only $395 ter in which the Gators and damage have cost less Terwillegar
the Seminoles played each than 1% of the value from
other, the two tied 1111.
the Charley E. Johns A.
Overdrive Good Tires, Clean While the Rebels won both
of their quarters they endedup Irene)'.
Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford
low man on the totem polein
scoring with 5, while the
C'R with Clyde Seminoles and the Gators each Charley E. And Union Counties
scored 11 points. Jimmy Pre-

vatt with 2, Greg Crosby with JOHNS AGENCY 206 West Madison St. Phone 964.7200 Starke, Fla.
2 and Erie Biggs with 1 accounted -

", TODA for the Rebels points. '' Price does! not include FMei Excise Tax Freight Sales Tax '.r Dealer Preparationf'I'd"lh'Pty
Gator scoring: John Boyles 131 So. Walnut St: ,
6; Jackson Prevatt 4; Bobby Phone 964-5070:
Smith 1. Seminole scoring--

Eddie Akridge 6; Keith Car- FEB. 26, 1970! TRLEGRAPH PAGE 5

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I ) s J '",, ,'I r r BHb Basketballers Knocked



( From Florida Star TourneyA


cold night of shooting! : out ofrebounded reach. Freddie Graudon Tim Murphey was high for
.knocked the Bradford High bas- a missed BHS and BHS with 10 points, Fred Gr -
ketball team from the Florida put It In for two points but der had 18 points to lead the
BHS Golfers Win Star Conference Tournament It had no effect on the out- Jackets.

almost before they got started come.
last Thursday night. The Tornadoes were down
/ 1i Hitting only eight of 34 shots 7-12 after the first periodbut St. Augustine Box

... \ 28 per cent In the second pulled up to a 20 20 tie
i, .. half the Tornadoes were knocked at the half and was outscored BHS 7 13 13 9 42

3 Straight Matches out 48 42 In the opening only one point, 1312, In the SA 12 8 12 16 48
J /} round by St. Augustine.Live third period. But the Jacket's
: Oak won the tournament 16-9 fourth period spelledthe BHS- McKnIght l-u-2, Grau
: championship by beating Lake difference. dons 3-0-6, Murphey 3-4-10,

City, St. Augustine 59 51, BHS players hit on nine of Graudon 3-2-8, Johns 3-1-7,
Winning three straight mat- ers won their matches. "Our boys are getting more 'f then in the Riherd 2-0-4, McGee 2-1-5.
.. using a defense Palatkacouldn't 24 field goal attempts
ches, two over Lake City and Dale Johns, BHS' number: consistent," Coach Hurse.That's .
one
says j' Totals 17-8-42.
/ But
i' solve
to knock off the first half for 38 per cent.
Bradford .
Live
one over Oak man because of his consist- what counts a lot In conference
champions 52 43 their terrible fourth period gave
High golfers have improved shot 40 nine holesto match play, he f
ancy a over says. Saturday night. them eight for 34 attempts In St. Augustine- Grider 7-4-18,
their season mark to 4-1. beat his three Mike Fogg has been botheredby .
opponent by Palatka, as loop champion, the second half for 28 per Bissett 1-1-3, Meady\ 1-0-2, Allen -
27) strokes. Mike Fogg, number the flu, but is now getting drew 10 free 1-1-3, Sanders 5-0-10, Rho-
Tomorrow (Friday, Feb. a bye In the opening rounds cent. BUS hit on 8 of
the Tornadoes travel to Palat- 2, also shot Richard a 40 to win bya back in the groove, the coach Thursday In the St. Augustine throws while St.Augustine man- den 1-0-2, Hartley 4210. To-
stroke Roberts,
for match.The Braves have ; says. tourney. Friday night the aged only 8 for 17. tals 20-8-48.
ka a number 3, shot a 44 to win by Hurse looks for Dale Johnsto Miss Linda Doss Glen St. Mary Braves downed
this Bolles 52 45 _
:
beaten Bolles season. B r>jxru u i-ru M rw i a
two strokes, and David McRae. develop Into a consistent --
Holies, according to Coach to gain the finals.Defending r I
number 4 man, shot a 42 to sub-40 golfer. McRae and Roberts -
t avid Hurse, is the big favor- conference cham-
win by three strokes. both seem to be pay-! 10 To Seek Queen TitleTen
pion Live Oak
lie to win the golfing title of winning Its sec- JEWELRY
tfie/ Florida Star Conference. Other BHS golfers playingfor ing better golf, he says, and ond straight tournament title, WILLIAMS
practice in the match Ricky Johns is
were a
number
strong
Then next Tuesday, Mc-rch 3, have enteredthe used an overloaded strong side
Ed Wainwright 43, Ricky Johns five man. Newcomer Ed area girls Sandy Saunders, Lake Butler,
Tornadoes will host Bolles annual Queen defense to baffle Palatka 52 -
t ie Strawberry plus one other whose name
Luke Powell 56, and Randy ,
47, Wainwright a Is
sophomore,
the Starke Golf and Country set 3 43 In the championship. As Quality Jeweler"Has
at : Zipperer 56. showing rapid' improvement, Beauty Pageant April was not available at press time. conference champions Palatka "Starke Largest
Club. at the Bradford County Fair.
Last Feb. 20, the Hurse and could
Friday says break
Live Oak came to town Tues- Deadline for entering the was seeded first in the tourna-
day and was shut out 4-0 by Tornadoes were not polite into the top four: when he becomes One entrant Is pretty Miss pageant has been extended to ment and Live Oak second. :::: Just
the host Tornadoes In match hosts as they downed Lake City eligible. Ricky Johns Linda Doss, a Baker County allow some girls additional timeto Iu
play. All four Tornado golf- 3-1 in match play. Three of could ilso break into the top beauty from Glen St. Mary who submit applications, accord- Palatka's Terry McCool hit CLASS I i j1:: Completed
the four BHS golfers won their four, the coach says.Baseball is sponsored: the Baker County ing to Mrs. Donna Gruen who 25 points against the Live Oak
matches. Development Commission. is heading the pageant for the defense in the championship
Dale Johns was low medillst Starke Junior Woman's Club. contest. Bobby Frier led Live Remodeling
more moves for the match with a 41 over Season Other entrants are Theressa Oak with 17 points, Jones had RINGS I.
the nine holes to dawn his op- Clem, Starke; Jo Ann Benson, Consideration Is also being 12 points and Alfred Smith had
(or me money ponent by three strokes.: The Keystone Heights; JoAnn Sal- given to opening the contest: 10 to put three Bulldogs In dou- ::::

o o'ner three golfers all shot Opens March 6 ter, Hampton; Elaine Lovorn, to Duval County since so few ble figures. IN THEMODERN 1;:
than any other 12's, bat Mike Fogg, the num- Keystone Heights; Pam Ricks, girls from the four area coun- Bradford' hopes in the tour- MANNER :land::: Invites you
riding ber 2 man. lost his match 42- Starke, O'.lve Ann Buby,Starke, ties have shown interest. A nament were jolted early when
41. David MoRae won bya Mary Carolyn Sheering,Starke; decision on that will be madein leading scorer David McKnight, |1 i to come in
First baseball of the !
mowerTHE single stroke and Richard game Sheila K Henley, Starke, and the next few days. returning to action for the first II JIIIIIIIIIIIII hJ I II IIII
1970 at Bradford:: High IIIIII
Roberts won by two strokes. season time in six games, played just Ip |1 j and Browse
Is for
scheduled 3:30 Friday
Zipperer shot a 52 for BHS : p.m. over a minute before injuringhis ,; ;
and Powell 6'! In practice March 6, here against other ankle. The exper- ys t
rounds. West Nassau County. ienced BHS forward who can |:: around .
Mike Fog was low medal- District TourneySet handle the ball and shoot with ::

; ist for the diy Tuesday, Feb. Coach Jim Darlington! In his accuracy hurt his first ankleIn I HUNDREDS OF
17, as the Tornadoes downed first year at BHS, will tutor a game at Bolles in Jack-
: Lake City 3-1 In Lake City. the baseball: team. Some play sonville and had been held out + I: NEW ITEMS TO

SCAA1PERIDING Fogg shot a 38, lowest roundto ers have been practicing for In PalatkaTornado to be ready for the confer- I '

date by a BHS golfer, to .several weeks, but the team ence tournament.But .i 111;..:. SELECT FROM
MOWER win his match by five strokes. won't be complete until basket- last Thursday McKnlght % 77 ::
FROM ALLIS CHALMERS ball season ends. cagers will; travel Number DaleJohns ::
one man ,
..
Palatka tomorrow night (Fri- hit close to 20 points per game ran back down, went up for a .:.:
-:3 New automatic drive lost his match 4442. David ::
: rebo.ud, and down the
day Feb. 27)) to take oa Palat In one s rtch.Randall : came on
forward to reverse without :McRae, number two, shot a 41 'ii
side of somebody's foot. With '
clutching or stopping to win by two strokes.! Richard: The 1970 baseballers will be ka Central In ,the semifinalsof !! McGee, who plays laMeKnlghfa just over a minute gone he was II d ;1111!;! All The Famous
j; Simple fingertip controls. Roberts also shot a 41 and out to Improve on last year'steam the District:: 5 Basketball place: has gottenjn back on the BUS bench with II IIIU NNIIIIIII IIIII
.
Spin around trees whip took his match going away as which won only four Tournament: several ballRamss! tho two bad ankles. TUKNADOES i Brand Watches at
along flower beds his opponent shot a 58. games.NanCompetitive Bradford High is the top last! of the season due to the
36inchno Without McKnight and with Great Savings
J Big Present rules
jj
scalpmowerCome the their erratic shooting, the permit you ::
in soon and \ Tornadoes still managed to hangin to select your own ring ;:1 -

give it a whirl! Softball League +,IdfM' the game with St. Augustine with a choice ofSemiprecious- '::::::
O > until the fourth period.
OgIICtS" DtSTHIlT iV Despite their 17 for 58 per- 111!
'Lor'o'
F'f formance from the floor, the stones ij: REMEMBER .
To Be Formed At
Tuesday Meeting I 10.t.27 Tornadoes were down only one
We are now Equippedto nI ..'. point, 32 33, going into the .Diamond top |111,1 /f'
JewelcryYou'll
Handle all your Repairs A reminder to all Interested said. Many persons, the recreation I I'llilhil"I ,, (tuti"il HaahotbaU Tournament final eight minutes. White or yellow :|: s /
_ on what we sell. parties that a meeting to : director says, have The struggling Tornadoes gold 1:I It
Find
form actually went ahead 36 35 .
a non-competitive soft- stated they do not play softball I'.1.l anlnlNla Encrusted 111
ball league Is set Tuesday, because they do not have early in the final period on a initialsAT:
STARLINGFarm March 3, at 8 p.m. In the the time or talent to play on l hamplonahlp(rme basket and a free throw by ::

old Armory has been Issued by such teams is the Garden Restaurant hb.HH,..:'. Freddie Graudon and two free ALL of these extras at 1 1:
Gone throws by Tim Murphey.ButStaAugustine WILLIAMS
Rayburn. director of the .which competes In the.,
Supply Starke Recreation Department. Amateur Softball' Associationand 'I. ",-.' \ ;. ., came right. COMPETITIVE PRICES! ::::
puts In many hours of back to hit four straight bas- *
mi
An attempt Is being made to practice. kets and take a 43 36 lead Quality Synthetic AND YOU CAN
\
223 West Andrews St. organize a men's Softball league M. 'a4u with just 2:30 left. Mark Grau- Stones
strictly for fun because of the "We want to emphasize again don hit a long jumper at 2:12: Mascots Under the :::: MASTERCHARGE
Starke, Fla. 32091 many requests the Recreation that this league will be formed .
1. Ik. ? 10'0' bringing it dowi: to 38 43. Stone ::
Phone 961.6062 Department has had aver: the strictly" for recreational pur- Then Graudons came down a- Initials! Under the ::::
Rayburn
past several years, Rayburn poses says. gain and missed twj shots.
"It will not be affiliated with I l.k.27 Stone :j:
Three fouls called
N J'l were on
|hn :
any organization such as ASA White Yellow Gold! :'
,rdh, ndkIlh BHS as the Tornadoes foughtto or ;
and participants in the league get the ball but St. Augus- Inlaid! initials! :f.or:; BankAmencardI

WHY PAY MORE must County.bo residents of Bradford : ",. tine didn't hit a single charity > Top 1!:
H "' I shot.
"If you are Interested as a Then with a minute left in the i WEEKS DELI\'Eln.t! IT!
.
I"II \nh .
player, coach, manager team n14Y'' ...
game BHS' Dean Johns hit on
WHEN YOU CAN sponsor, bat boy, spectator, a short jumper to make it A'te/
or in any other capacity not 40 43. Continuing to fight All Rings!! Bought !;:

mentioned: please attend this seeded:! team in the tournament InJ'iry s'hjation.' It has his for possession of the ball, the January 1stloot ;m!;.
meeting so that we can deter- which Indudss: Palatka South. f'rst! vars'ty! competition bathe Tornadoes' Randall :McGee. was i:""Starke's Largest
BUY FOR LESS mine the Interest in the league, Palatka Central St. Augustne: is rapItMv! gaining' confidence: called for fouling and the Jack- m:::

playing dates,"and length of and Orange Park. Lincoln and has hit In do ble figures et's hit two free shots and hada GUARANTEED ;|;QualitV Jeweler"
season, etc. .
High of Gainesville was in the several times. driving layup to put the game ;
There will l be no fees associated 'tourney but the school has

:: with the league, Ray- been phased out. -- t. liEi ---- of EEi Eli- -
30" MODERN COOKING burn says. The tournament is teingheld If the Torna'oes: can put - 1

in the Palatka South' gym. everything together!! their I
ASA LEAGUEA Only ore game will be playedIn shoot'nu! and re': ound'Tig I! they
meeting to organize an the opening; round ton ght could tale the cLstrlct: tourney, 'I FLORIDA PEST CONTROL |

Amateur Softball Association (Thursday). Palatka South the coach says. 11 IIB !
i Bii i -
MACHINECHEF league is set at the recreation champions of the Florida Star

department office Tuesday Conference, will take on Or-
The the top
Tornadoes! are;
March 10, at 8 p.m. anga Park at 8 p.m. 1
seeded team in the strict
The Tornadoes will: take on .
de-
tourney bscnus that was!
Palatka Central at 7 Fri-
GAS RANGE To Get Second day In the first of two p.m.games. itermlrei when BHS had back: the in b't January record

111 Exemption NoticeSecond Augustine will play ner of the Palatka South-Orangre AZALEAS 79C

--I .-- -,d notices for Bradford championship Park! game game !
... -- -,-- >0 .-.....:J stead residents exemption ta apply) for arc hame-being: 8 p.m Sa'uTdllY, FSJ.! 28. h

malted out tomorrow (Friday:: All Bradford! High cagers
:, Feb. 271, according to Tax Assessor have to gO to get In the ftr-ala !J"I

'" .....".r__,_ _-- _" -_-_-"'_...:. _" '' Gene Long. Is to beat Palatka General, aa FACTS I ROSES '"f' ... K \ I
.... -. ". \ This will; be the final: notice all-Negro team from a new integrated I 11 \
...
'il" W -- --4 that homestead exemption: ; ape high school.:: ,- 'f.tf 7'' 1

C$--=- plicatiora are due, Lang( :!aye. But BHSwill play without
Homeowners have until April: David McKnlght. who Injuredhis : ABOUT
fl 1 to apply left ankle last week in the LIQUID FERTILIZER I Reg.

Florida Star Conference against What 1. It? I NOW 1.98 1
$2.59 /
St. Augustine H's right ankle What Analysis?
f ) ,?, dP.r r ,\ 4J;: had: been injured and McKnlght I jJ, I
BE A DO-IT-rOURbELF had been held out of six games How I* It Applied? J d' }

EXTERMINATOR ta be realy: for the ,tournament. I. It Compatable?
I --- He played:! just over a minute [
-r.Yf .. .- _!o Kontrol- before coming down: from a re. Doe It Replace Dry ANNUAL PLANTS 1f !
f bounding effort on the slda ofa Fertilizer: ?

.-' A-Bug player's foot and sprainedhis How I 1. It Delivered? Azalea
-- second ankle worse than

'flTwulcn rdha Gi.lm Mrtn Lea paltnt., NO.b .the One he first Injured. :a "sM I C
a0N'V MINUTESi McKnight owns a ITpoint scor- 89 DOZEN C I
Completely Automatic ing average tops for BHS Is WITH Liners 16
along with Mark Orau-oos: Is I

I No Matches Needed I11r' t one of the two most experience SUREtfKOWIfENCO \ Each, II

Choice of Colors -- Clock and TimerFOR : cajri' on the BHS fiven. by

Graudors will lead a BUS CHEMICAL co INC
1 n I Florida Peat 50 pounds
Stark team against Palatka Central SUMMEROALE ALA - 59C I II
that has risen to the occasion PaliI r/C.
ONLY
Starke Builder Supply of McKnight's absence several
Starlings FR." Feed Store tines.:

Edwards Grocery Graudons has a 14 point RAKES .

Brookmr Green's Store average, second b McKnight. STARLINGFarm I .LORiDA BAHIA I

$19900lSLADE But Coach Mike Sexton says ._ .> .
LawteyJ. the 6-3 forward can score about LEAF r

W. Water Store anyt'me! he makes up his I : It EST Ii SEED I
Tompklna mind to. Graudons could score Supply
Grocery
30 points from the corners on I Reg. $1.29NOW
I
Lake Butler long shots If he wanted to, the *
coach says.Freddie DEALER I ONTROl) ArgentIna.
Spires I.O.A. Store *
: Grnudons. Tim Mir?. 539: E. Call Street Pensacola
GAS 332 W. MADISON Mary Carter Palnla, phey, and Dean Johns the 225 West Andrews St. I Phone 964.5745 .

PHONE 964.7701 Distributor" Phone M4-7 :2Sj ether three rtarters are also Starke, Fla. 32091 99C ParaguayIspl .
capable: of scaring in double Phone 964-6062 y it cHIMICALc0sSsEitamtEiSEEiEli|

f'gures. Ccach Sexton says. -- I
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.a'::k:;}.}kK:: : ,.:5}::}}}:;}}}rn ::41k'+}:.?' Pvt., David Or.'HU' 'VisIted In the future to obtain aUvorce. The question of guilt is also

.1 family and frtentfs! here Friday Bradford Divorce Rate Is Above : all a New York cou- eliminated. The assumption is
'I through Monday:! on leave Is show that they that both parties usually share
THB7 S'i i from Ft. Jackson, S. C. haveusbeen living apart, by the blame for a marriage that

Dorothy (Miss Sue White was the National Average Survey Shows agreement, for two years or

guest last Thursday and Fri- more.
Phos>e 479:4S1a since the firstof
California
In ,
day of Miss Bonnie: Faye Swin fails.The
has County's divorce qua!. to one for every 3.4 marriages this year If a man and
' Hope Baptist Church one In the community who dell at Glen St. Mary. Miss Bradford ; TelegraphFor
!been ill or hospitalized because Swindell accompanied her rate Is not an enviable one, wife state that "irreconcilable
Telephone 4734188. Sunday for Bradford exist between
The figures differences"
the weekend according to figures recently
of It or other reasons home to spend
School 10 la.m.: Morning Morn. of County; adjusted in line with them, their marriage may be
of released by the Department
lag Worship 11 Un ; Trains here.Mrs. nation- changes sur- dissolved, no
,them well to Mrs. Percy H. A. Lawson! of Starkevlaltea Commerce following a
as
as >
67 local resi- Phone 964-6305
ion. 8:30 that
Worship show
: p.m.; Evening vey, witnesses necessary. I.GOICIASFI1$
Sullivan, Sr. and E. S. S'bley.' ( : Mr. 'on* Mrs. Cleveland wide sampling survey. out of thousandover
dents
7:15: ; Wednesday eveningPrayer Although the rate here has every
who are at present In Bradford Sullivan last Wednesday. the of 14 are either ,
Service 7:30: with choir notedin age
not reached proportions
practice ,afterward.' County Hospital; Mr. end Mrt. Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack the divorced or separated. This
of country
, Arthur Gnann at Clay Memorial ham and Matthew visited Mr. some parts is ratio than in most
New Life Bible ClubA for a higher WE CAN ASSIST YOU
It is higher than average I
renV.rKler to students Ingrains Hospital in Oren Cove( and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr. the nation. U.S. communities, the average I
and Mrs. E. S. StbleY. and Eric at Salt Springs last
Springs; : being 47 per thousand. In Flo-
: 1 t 6 the
through that As a result of splltups among N
this writing Is ill with evening. thousand.The N In Preparing Your
New Life Bible Club meets who at (Monday local couples, the number of rida it is 64 per
flu at the home .of Mr. and. Miss Cheryl Criffis Mr4. W. survey also revealed that
at in the local
each Monday after school men and women C
Mrs. J. Orlffls. E. Dampler*. and::Mrs. J. J. Lies for every person in the country
the mobile "Children's Chapel"at area who are divorced or separated -
Hope Baptist Church. HAPPY BIRTIIDAY ' Griflfs ana Clyde\ not remarried there are 2.5
SYMPATHY To Cheryl evening 600. In 1960 the total was 510. .
Hall. Feb. 22. A .larpe number' Mrs. Merle Packham, Miss Data from the survey reveals others divorced and remarried. I
Highly respected and"ell 1\1 M
known of friends gathered' at the Karen Breeden and Matthew that the divorce rate is on the Growing attention Is being REASONABLE RATES I
throughout the countyIs :
: home cf 1\I1l9 D'tWe Cromerat Packham visited! Mrs. Bill rise. During 1969 there were paid to the trend in divorce
Paul Hutchins present< agriculture Keystone' Heights last Satur- Phillips and Billy at Middle- 2.2 million marriages In the because of changes recently E I Phone or CO lie In for an E
and FFA Instructor atBranford
day evening for a surpr'se 'burg! Friday. U.S., and 650,000 divorces: e- enacted in various states to :
School In
High
: birthday rartv for Miss Grit!IS. Jm! Mason: of Sanfcrd visited make it easier to obtain. No APPOINTMENT :
Starke. who has served In thatcapac.ltY' of her birthday way held at Miss Sue White Saturday longer for example is adulterythe T ;I T
for many years. His only ground for divorcein
her hem Sunday! with Mrs. afternoon
Jr.
Mrs. Percy Sullivan
many students::! former stu New York State. The state'shighest t
I Rhoda Dampter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills. Jr., of Jacksonville Rusty Sullivan spent Mon. A TOWN FINANCE CO. A
dents and ether' friends in this court ruled lastjnonth
W. W. Dampier Sidney Grdffis Bsnch, was a Monday day nght! and Tuesday with
community were saddened to that "It is socially and mor- I 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE, FLORIDA
his Sr., and Mr. ard Mrs.Jesse"Lee evening- visitor of his father his. frran'':!parents.: Mr. and! X X
learn of the death of ally undesirable to compel i
Other! v'sitora Harold Mills aunt Miss Dorothy I Telephone 964-7449
present. : Mrs. Marshall Strickland at
brother: James Watts Hutchins. couple whose marriage Is deadto
Sunday afternoon were Mr.and Mills and cousins. Mr. and Florahome.: "
remain to Its
In a train accident at Afcl. subject bonds.
Mrs. Sidney GrlffH Jr. and
Ga Feb. 18. Funeral services
Stm"'v.sand 1 MK' Debbie Cromer.
were held at the graveside in
WEINER ROASTA
Hawthorne, Feb. 20, and the andadults
of young people <
group
:sincere munity sympathy is extended of to this the com-fam.lly. of Hone Baptist' Church EAGLE ARMY-NAVY r,r O Y"rr : *
Weiner roast Satur- '
enjoyed a sro
,
y'i
day leven'n Rt the Theressa r ,
Get Welt Wishes Community Hmae. .;; 7f
The flu outbreak Is so widely :
SHOWER TONIGHT Ie 6
.
spread: we are sure we do C
A ml"ceflanous! shower dYed -
not; know the names cf every- HAS EVERYTHING
tov the ladles of Hor Baptist
Church for a recent bride. DISCOUNT fTORrt

JacksonvilleBusiness !Mrs. Plenn Gnann, will be : Sav ;t, re ; LOWER SETTER
he)3) this eveninsr. Fb. 28, at PRICES QUALITYWE'RE

7:30: p.m.. ''lit the church educational EXCEPT HIGH PRICES. J MORE
building. All friends: are aG .
Jnv'f'' "Ml attend.<. ;

FIRE DAMAGES! HOME ARMY'NAVY
The home nf Mr. and Mrs. k DISCOUNT roRSS
William Beahler was serevely BIGGER & BETTER IN 70 f? 9.e

Directory i damaged Sunday evening r by afire FRIDAY A SATURDAY .
WhICh' started' while noMe r

was n* hnme. Mrs. Bsah-

Auto Sales and Service ,ler horn who,oii hmd div.been returned away while from ; BOYS' 2 PC. % BOYS'COTTON MEN'S OXFORDS & LADIES' SNEAKERS .

Parrish Motors 11I'ef1q"t.lnll' r was In progress( '
The firp was discovered at SLACK SETS r LOAFERS Duck upperi. f F' '

ab"l1t. 9:01: P.m. ihor next door cushioned ,
SAtES ne.'IlO.bor Harold Mills when he Flannel shirt in -' PAJAMAS Black & Brown. innersole 1 I

SERVICE heard a note like a muffled attractive plaids Sites ,
'VOLV() :; t Solid colorDac'onCotton 6U
PARTS
explosion and the persistent Shrink resistant e'

barking: of his dog. pants, half- and full cut hW -144 j
Stepping out to investigate, Assorted I .J
Always Good Used Cars bo er waist 11
he the glow through the /
saw .
,
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 2 pockets attractive prints jt49 jji
window of the Beahler home
M il Sizes to 16
ana: within seconds flames were Sizes 4-7 rR

leaping through the interior of
RT.FrTKIC MOTOR
the west end of the house. 14
Black aHarr
i
Damage which was confined to ,

PEAVY BrothersElectric the inside of the house was Dlw { suv111'e99

severe, but more extensive
Co. prevented' by the ( Sizes 4 10 .
damage was : .1.841 619 Better Dress shoes (1.,9'3i to .,
speed and efficiency of the in popular styles e-" '
Electric MotorsSold Keystone Heights- Fire Depart- YOU SAVE 43I d oust YOU SAVE 494 nI .),

Serviced Repaired ment, which arrived within ,,

Generators Starters Armature ten minutes after receivingthe :,

Rewinding. call. 4 : '
1011 T. nox Jax. 387-2528 Keystone Heights Fire Chief Lb\IJ .J',

apparently Ed Bennett caused sail the by fire electrical was : '

PIANOS
wiring! dn the kitchen. Ha added

that the immediate: action, LADIES SWEATERS POLE LAMPS
YAMAHA PIANOS taken by Mr. Mills and neighbor MEN S PERMANENT
CONN and KIMBALLORGANS
Percy Sullivan Jr. by hosIng -
water through a window Cardigans & Pullovers PRESS SHIRTS Beautiful decorator pole T
New fashion knits in /r lamp with lovely multi f
and by not opening the front popular colors: 34 to 40 S:u>rt sleeves: pat.lt.stfipet.plaid color shades
part of the house contribute:
*; sixes S/M/L
greatly to the prevention of
flames keeping YOU 'AVt 43.
spread'ng! 8 / i
them under partial! control un- I I /
til the arrival of the fire department -
3.96
: which almost Imme-
diately extinguished all flames
and "hot spots."

KI\1: ALL "SWINGER" The efficiency', courtesy and LADY EAGLE PANTIES BUG BAN SHELF PAPER \J l JjjTrj I
ORGANS speed with which the Keystone \ /
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 Heights! Fire Department operated White/ and Pastels .

deserves! most grateful Si zee 8 to 10 3/874 BAN .
"""
recognition. Sizes S to 7 ,
WESTERN STORE
PERSONALSSaturday

afternoon and evening Full 25 Feet 1fq s
LITTLE DUDE guests of Mrs. Rhoda Dam- Lon! j' w@1Sr

pier Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dam. IJ Inches Wid.i ; ,
pier and R. C. Dampier of i tr1 r
Western Store Etarke were Mr. and Mrs. Park. r0 els

er Dampier and son Steven!! of "
Western Clothing -- Leather Ponte VeSra Beach; Miss Pru- GIRLS' FIREBOWL
goods, Saddles and Trailers idenre Dampler currently at
Charles & Sharon Petty 'tending Stetson University at i BOXER SLACKS 24" GRILLS
S84-U10 Deland and Mr. and Mrs. J.
003 S. Edcewood : SUPER Folding aluminum legs
100% Cotton in assk colors
W. Clapp of Atlanta.
Adjustable grid w/ handles
w if colors: Sizes 3 to 6X I

YOU 0i
SAVE 30t I I i i i -


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i 2/700 You save I, po "


SWEATER DRYERS 2 FLASHLIGHTS PLUS (( ?ti

\ Nylon mesh surface insures 4 BATTERIES .r
t MEN'S

\ \ top and bottom YOU SAVE drying apt : tr PAJAMAS COTTON one One forth.for the car home, \ 1r/ )


i'' C 1 e
Printed broadcloth; elastic 1
rmt waist Size A.B.CO

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Ride a Terra Tiger. a game
Rackets w/ wooden
0 Heavy plastic, 2 handles

the whole family can play! ?U t rr for easy carry. I I'/i X I31/! handles, 2, plastic poles, net shuttlecocks


The Terra Tiger opens up whole new worlds of family fun rl A} COLGATE
,
and exploration. Run it on those vacant acresjust down the N 0 I
street. Take it along on vacation. Try Terra Tiger campingin r' MOUTH / Tt11
remote areas where the crowds can't follow. Drive it to <

those out-of-the-way'spots where the hunting and fishing is t e / 'Qa W WASH 39.94
fun for all.
always best. A Terra Tiger adds up to all-season :. VALUI 1.49

Simple fingertip no throttle shift and controls brake with controls single plus steering new electric tiller. starting and- AUTO SEAT COVERS 170UNCIS LIMIT 3 2 PC. VINYL FRONT CAR MATS Y b ''fit

the Terra Tiger in just I
let and the kids master
mom Nylon A foam Protect your car 4---- J
ltl I HAI-KARATE
minutes. Try Solid or Split seat Variety of colors

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1970
FEU. 26, j

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Our editorial. / I. .


.". ;. Letters to U.S.b1AIL .




..r"/,.
the Editor
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..;.:.:::::.:::-.:..>.:..:..:..n;. ;;.;;:;: .::;:;;;:.,,::: WARNING *::::::::'_"'';;::::::::::'':>>',';'''''';:'':"';'':'-' ;:'''''';'iS iI rJQ \/ Dear Mr. Matthews: -'Now: folks, that I* the way
Lt: our God intended for us to
I. l lI It seems that it Is more live, according to His com-
f fashionable to criticize thai mandments. How many do those
to offer praise or thanks. ThU acts of compassion and kindness -
\ one will be a little different : just goes to show that
I Dull 't Risk/ Direct \ //e icing -_ \ % Having suffered a bad acci- ;If you are a good neighbor
1ik dent by a tractor backfiringand you will have one. And I want
>
Of Solar EclipseSince the crank striking me on to most humbly offer my sin-
U j the lower jaw, severing the cere thankfulness to all of you
muscular formation nerves, for all you have done for me
blood vessels and all flesh from in my hours of need.
1111 publishing an article last week on indireat viewing 11 ouy + the bone, I was taken to Gaines- I will close with a prayer

::1=: of the forthcoming March 7 eclipse of the sun. The Telegraph ville Medical Center by one of for all of you: Now unto him

:::1 has been advised that the only 100 per cent safe :; my good neighbors. that is able to keep you from
:
After a team of fine sur- falling, and to present you
:::: way to view this unusual phenomenon is on the television : geons worked on me approxi- faultless before the presenceof

screen. Ni _wi. mately 2 1/2 hours, another his glory with exceeding joy;
i. good neighbor brought me home. to the only wise God our Sav-

m1 Several television companies are expected to set up fa ::i.Ii. Another one stayed with me ior, be glory and majesty,
Ii w at night, and many, many more dominion and both no\
power, .
of totality" in order to present a ::1:
:::? cilities in the "path i .. brought liquid food or some- ,and forever more.
:::: picture of the eclipse in all stages to their television audi- ::: thing to be liquified, as I could

t: ences. not use solid food.
1r The young folks came in and Kindly yours,

U Although the method of turning your back to the sun 1 -h. ..-..os.M.; ..:.... did ing many if they acts could of kindness do more, ask-forma H.D. Barnes

f:: and catching an image( of the eclipse through a small :: %

::; hole in -a sheet of cardboard, reflected on another sheet ::1 BIGHT WHERE THEY BELONG
---- ---- - -
.:::. held some distance away, i3 relatively safe there is still ::

1;: danger that some viewers epccinlly! :: : children. might 11 .

1:1:; become careless and Icok directly at the sun through. the 1: BHS By-Lines}:

r:: pin hole, or otherwise be tempted to stare too l long at ::

:: the eclipse. ..
:
:: By Joyce Allen "
::
:: .

r Only a few :seconds:! of such direct viewing are enough r I Farmers DiaryAlthough II -_'-. _- - ------- .

f::: to damage the eyes permanently by burning the retina, it ':.

f': is said. The burn is painless, and the victim does not ro.Vire]: ::::1 county into sink holes. He was A Country-Western Show St. Johns River Jr. College In

r: the damage is being done at the time. Although the bright r::,: told that sink holes are few chilly weather has sponsored by the Senior Classof Palatka, they place fourth.

::1: rays of the sun are dimmed' by the moon's shadow, enough :s::: and far between here and that Fly been hanging around like a guest BIIS will be at 7:30 p.m. BHS has a 4-1 Golf Team
sun's surface : the ones here were already] who doesn't know when to go Thursday, March 19 In the BHS that has beaten Lake City and
:: still emitted from the
:: Infra-red rays are being ri:: brimming full of water. In Columbia home, there are violets] bloom- auditorium. The CountryWestern Orange Park and lost to Pa-
;::1: to damage eyesight. >:;::: County, of course, there Ing at our doorway,jonquils are Show will feature The latka. Everyone should come: on
:::: : are plenty of "sinks." r i-A out the Japanese quince is In Plainsmen The Florida Crocodiles out to the golf games and sup

;;1 A retina burn causes ]loss; of a person's "central vision." .rt2 flower, and there are many ] and local talent.If port the team.Congratulations.
vision the center : r r r more signs that Spring Is tim- anyone is Interested In to the BIIS
:;::1 This has the effect of blocking out his at '}
idly making an entrance.Speak- being part of the local talent students that: received Superior
1:1:: although some vision is still retained "around the adges. .::1;: The Fair Is only a month ing for ourselves, we've had they should contact Lavern Out- Awards at the Science Fair,

:::: This would prohibit reading, or even seeing.. an object ::, off now, so be sure and get enough cold weather to lasta law Jr. at 964-7576. sponsored by the Science Club.
1 1! directly in front of the eyes. :: your entries in with the fair By Sam McGarvey long time. Programs for the Country- Those students are: Seniors,

........ ;:;: officials. You can get all the Western Show are being sold Eugene Mock and Bill Myrick.11th .
information you need from rrr rrr by BUS Seniors. Grader, Robin Mullins.
111j Astronomers and other professional scientists who view :1;: George Huggins, Miss Martha Herman Thomas a ninth grade Tenth Graders: Richard Kirkland -

:::: the eclipse do so through! special lenses equipped with filters ::: Sue McCain or the fair manager During a discussion on the And we know that a lot of student at BUS was killed Janice Parsons,Joe Scan-

11 i which counteract the infra-red rays. r::: John Myers at the Chamber drainage problem, and parti- others who have been knocked last weekend. Students and fac- lan, Jimmy Andrews. Mike
::1: of Commerce office. cularly on Alligator Creek, it down by the "flu" or some ulty members are contributingfor White, Mike King, Lee H.irdsn-

: Although termed safe and perhaps they are if properlyused '.': was brought out by one resi- other bug will be glad to see a BUS memorial for his brook, Greg Gay, and Terri
:} rrr dent of Starke that the creekis the weather warm up so they funeral. If you would like to Brown. Ninth graders: M ke
:::: any type of viewing devise carries u potential hazard as vital to the economy of can shake off the effects of the donate any money contact Mrs. Gissy, Debbie Spengler, Mark
m due to the possibility of improper use. ,111; Not that we're concerned here Bradford County in one senseas lingering illnesses that have Green In the BUS office. Hardenbrjok, Mary Frances
:::: now with a water shortage is US-301 to the county in make them miserable for a Congratulations to Gloria Goodge, Gerald Smith and Joy

1111 In order to be absolute\' safe the general public is ad- i::: by any means, but experts predict another. The point seems to long time. A warming sun may Crews, Carol Darley, Debbie Andrews. Each student will dis-
:;:: that the day is coming when have merit, though it cannotbe not cure colds, but it will at Douglas, Helen Long, and Jan- p'ay their project at the Regional -
::1: vised to watch the eclipse in the only 100 per cent foolproof :: fresh water will be scarce. overlooked that most of the least make you feel better. elle Thompson. These girls Science Fair in Lake

;::1: manner- in front of a television screen. ::: The National Geographic Society northwest section of the coun- made a very fine effort at the Butler on March 19 and 20.

...:..:. :::: notes that 100 years ago ty; Is drained by Water Oak rrr Tennis Tournament Saturday, Until next week see you
:::: ships went to Alaska to bring Creek. March 21 which' wa 1 Although another total eclipse will not cccur for a hundred -
:::: back ice for California first The sunny, dry weather' had
::1$. years, it is still not worth the risk of inclining per- r:::;: getting it from lakes and then rrr last weekend did a lot toward .

;:: manent damage to the eyes in order to see the one on :::.: from glaciers. drying up some of the wettest .
::: March 7. ':. spots around the county, but I
: .::: On a trip through the La- Chamber News /
roads still in bad
: some are
: :::: Crosse area, and through a .
\t. "'...""I'' """ .
WI 01' good part of Union County, as shape, Including] the unpaved -ro.-
:: Now oceanographers suggest well as our own county; we section of East Bessent Road.A .
>::::: that icebergs could be towed noticed that while the fields washout occurred there, after The 1970 census will have far. Flor'da commun'tes. It s most
.:;:.:::;:;:::;:::::::;:::::::::::::::::ra:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .;.;::::::::::::::::;;:::::;;::::::::::::: :::::::::''>> :-:.;':':';':-:-:,;, :;::::::.: back to this country to fur- have been worked and are in the flood of Feb. 1, and reaching effec'! on Bradford Important, though, that peo-

nish water and estimate tha fair shape for planting soon the county will have to rebuilda County John: Myers! executive! ple in t'lp'p' ni>.i.. rfwrntewith
just one iceberg could provide elsewhere here it is still too portion of the road. vice-presdent; of the Starke- : cent's takers becnu3e the

One Small Step 207 billion gallons of water. wet and plantings of field crops Bradford County Chamber of facts gathered will mast: piob-
rrr
They also estimate that the
will undoubtedly be delayed. Commerce said today. ably influence tha::! location of
cost would be only a tenth of
Myers attended the quarterly acMitlcnnl: h'izriwavs.' school
the amount required for an The Is In now
rrr county process
meeting of the Florida: Crown construction, Federal::! furd allocatoiu -
Television magazines equivalent amount of desalted of obtaining a source of fill
newspapers, vironmental health factors In our area. Council of Chambers of Com an3! other Important
and radio are devoting much time and These reports will clearly show the seawater. All we can say Is At the recent]legislative hear- dirt to repair graded roads, and merce In Jacksonvll'a on February decision Errhasiz3d Justice
that this is a far from what is needed Is
cry now some
these days to dire predictionsof ing here, a big difference between 19 where Gordon "The handbook
space direction In which we must grow the old ice wagon we used to this section dry weather so the repair work Justice census s the
what will become of man if steps environmentally, during the next 15 follow as a kid, hoping to snatchup was brought out when and Rep.others Ralph can be done. The dirt will District Manager for the Cen agalnn, which! all other

are not taken in the next few yearsto to 20 years. a few slivers of ice on a Tyre, in talking on drainage, be obtained from a parcel of 'bus Bureau outlined plans: for research, is checked. Local or
control pollution of Earth's atmos- hot day. asked why we did not merely land near the old overpass along the 1970 census According:! to: :natioral planning for an area

phere and water supply. Heights.4i funnel excess water In the SR-100, near Keystoneover Justice "Every American whether far: projected recreation
The term "environmental health alive on April 1 will be counted needs, will relate to the
planning" means the process of sur- In the 70 census. Persons facts conta'ncd In the census."

The messages are disturbing, if not veying and analyzing both present and I::;:::::: t:. :.;.= : : .. ........... '- who d'e on that day: are count- Crown Council President.
: : :: : :::::::::::::; ::;::;::: :::;:;::::::::::::=:;::;::;:.:.:.:.; three-quarters of the way
downright frightening, and each of us anticipated future external conditionsand around the track and the race ed and. of course, any births Howard Benson of the Jack.
must wonder what we can do, as an Influences affecting the physical FARM AND RANCHBy Is going perfect. Next week the are recorded.( : : sonville Area Chamber of

individual, to help reverse this suicidal mental and social well-being of the news will break. Oar poultry- Purpose the Florida Crown Commerce, pointed: out that It
,
trend in which man is actually des- men have a date to keepMarch10th. meeting was to fOCU3 on the was especially Important for
and then George T.
Individual and community Hugging
Impact the '70 census will have the Crown to reflect a true
troying his own environment, makingthe developing a course of action for en- COUNTY
AGENT on the rapidly ':-eveloping Florida and accurate picture of Its
Earth uninhabitable unless corrective vironmental control to promote such Agricultural Extension Service TOBACCO Crown area, a fifteencounty population and characteristics. ,

measures are taken. well-being. .. r ..,...,'..,.'."...............,....................,..............,...".................u................:....:.i.ii..:i.1.;i i.ii..:.;:.;i.:.;:::;:=.:.::.::.::::.::.=:.: March Is also Important with reir'on rvnnln from Jacksonville "Local Chambers of Com-
our tobacco growers. If you are on the eart to Suwan- merce will be 'deluged! with

One television commentator said this Regardless of how perfect a plan is Early this week I was talk- hatch and mature faster. Remember rowing plants be sure aphidsor nee County: on the west and questions about the census
week that more than two and a half It will no useful ing with one of our top Agri- also-- and very important some other insect has not Gainesville to the south. Hamilton once Its begun. When those
serve
billion tons of pollutants are being developed, cultural Entomologists at the .- if you do not put gotten under the cover. Where County marks the north- calls come In, be sure to urge
purpose unless it leads to productive University of Florida. I asked on a good cover, those missed ever your source of plants look most point in the Crown. full cooperation! because it
poured into the air and water of this action. The local Environmental Health him what he would tell a straw- with that first spraying will for insects before plants are "There Is no doubt that the could very well mean whetheror

nation every year. Study Committee has already held two berry grower who asked about be laying thousands of eggs. pulled. Some spray will clean Florida Crown has experienced::! not your community got a

meetings here, with the assistanceof spraying for two-spotted spider Direct those spray nozzles so them up for you.PARATHIONPHOSDRIN. dramatic growth since the 1960 new highway or vocational
In the face of such staggering statistics the Jacksonville Area group. Com- mites. He suggested first that that the bottom side of the census," said Justice: "The ..schaol], or any of a thousand:

It is of some encouragementto been and a the grower ask our lawmakers leaf is wet. new figures will probably surprise considerations: based on accur- ,
mittees have appointed what to use when out effective You probably cannot grow
"
most residents ate local
of North facts and !
know that-- small as we are-- third meeting will be held in Marchto pesticides are taken off the PLUMS your crop of tobacco nor fin- figures

we do have one medium through whichwe hear their reports. market. There are some good plum ish your crop of strawberries ALCOHOLIC
can begin to do our bit toward Well, this is just one exam- trees In oar county. My neighbor without these insecticides. REHABILITATION
the normal
blocking period in
saving environment.The ple of the need for very care- has a variety: and I have There are 33 others that are '
, our Any interested citizen who would like ful study and consideration in ; back now on the restricted list. It alco- which he should be developing r
to be a part of this study, which before being too hast in this three Plums trees are best my when yard can takes about*two minutes to make c 'II the ability to meet the range of :
Health Planning Council of the might well become a link in the nation's pesticide restriction program. eat them without fear you of a your application for a permit. 0 problems to be encountered in *

Jacksonville Area, Inc. Is currently overall struggle against polluting Maybe we do need revised restrictions worm. A spray program is Permits are mailed to the grower g topics I IB adult life. vS..
Tallahassee. 4. Because of their youth-and
direct from
conducting a of environmentalhealth on purchasing and
survey the environment, is urged to contact necessary for the best cropanda '
use of pesticides. We must remember Stop by our office and make consequently, their inexperience -.
factors here through the utilization full .
of the study committee chair- crop.YO.l PAUL C. FORAKER
any one that we cannot produce have experiencedfruit your application. I said "two teen-agers are more likely 51
of citizen committee study J.T. Kirkland chairman of may minutes" Of that depends I :han most adults to become ill '
men, or vegetables fruits, pastures, dropping when they are course, Editor. Information Services :f
groups in Bradford County. the Bradford County EnvironmentalHealth meat and timber without quick- about the size of a diamond on who you are talk- from drinking any given amount
Study Committee. acting, effective pesticides.STRAWBERRIES match head or a black-eyed pea. ing with and staying on the Most authorities agree that if alcohol. A
subject. Most places now are teen-agers should not drink at 5. Adolescents-already
Committee organization exists to The sting of the worm causes more %
carry out the surveying, analyzing, and this drop. The next symptom organized and following restrictive all.There apt to become involved in accidents "
to
According top-flight scientists
With a few days of warmer will be the spot on the green regulations. are at least six risks or than adults because of ;
of valid recommendationsand
developing
who should know it might be later weather, following a period of fruit and later the proof inside dangers to which teen-agers are their relative inexperience as .1
conclusions to improve the en- than we think. weather which caused difficulty the ripe plum. uniquely susceptible and these drivers-only increase the dan- \ *

In being able to follow a For this season you do not WORTH are listed by Dr. Frances Toddin ger if inexperience is com- ,
spray schedule, strawberry: need a pesticide pennlt to pur- her book "Teaching About pounded by use of alcohol. >
The Bradford County plant killing spider-mite has chase malathion or sevin. EIther r J1 il @ Alcohol": 6. Absence of nutritional value
".. gotten a head start In some of these will do the job. 1. Because most teen-agers are -since alcohol contains no proteins
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Il' -.-- fields. Most plum trees are now In smaller and weigh less than minerals, or vitamins- :
This mite is a greenish color heavy bloom. When these first ABOUT"Our adults their bodies are less can lead to nutritional deficiens j
1879 .::- with two dark spots on the back.It blossom petals start to fall, able to dilute the alcohol con cies affecting the whole body '.

._.: is hard to see if your eyesor It is time for the first spray. nation is based on in. sumed. One ounce of alcohol when the beverage is depended '
glasses are not pretty; good. Three or four additional applications dividual liberty and the free, consumed by any slightly built upon for sustenance by excessive *
They spend their entire lifecycle should be made, sevento person will produce more rapid drinkers of any age. .
'h113i1t1 on the bottom side of ten days apart depending on enterprise system. We who 1 and more pronounced effects. *..
Strength and beauty are the leaf. how much It rains. We have a benefit from this way of life,, 2. Psychological] intoxication is Anytime a teen-ager runs afoul '.
ESSA Instead of purchasing two or bulletin that gives some mighty I believe have an obligationto 1 greater for teen-agers. Transi- of one or more of these dangers
his sanctuary.-Psalms three different materials, do a good information on home orchard reciprocate. Supporting Payroll tion from childhood to( adulthood the result can be tragic for him

S S O ,,t T O N 96:6). good job with the one most high trees of all kinds. Savings is a practical expression > is not easy for young people and his family. For this reason, :
Let us cultivate the habit of ly recommended L THA.'E-" of patriotism, foi. and the range and Intensity of as we stated earlier in this
35. U you do not have them under POULTRYWhen emotions experienced by them column most authorities agree
looking for beauty. Nothing employer and employee alike.,
control now, spray two, maybe talk about ch: kens that teen-agers *
: should
you during this period makes even not drink
I the
in closer touch with am greatly impressed by
brings us three times, four days apart, you are talking about money in mild drinking inadvisable] because at all.
the omnipresence of God than using three pounds per acre Bradford County. Our poultrymen very high percentage of themen of the possible effects the For the young the
E. L. MATTHEWS. E4itr-PufcUih He has to really wet the plant and women in our armed person
the especially -
seeing beauty are building an industrythat \ beverage might have on an crucial lesson to learn is that "*
PvMlshed each Thursday and catered u SecwW created everywhere. We do on the bottom side.( Is recognized as an economic forces who have signed up for' adolescent's. emotional] stability. liking for alcoholic a

CUM Matter at the Post Office at SUrke. Florid many things to develop our Then drop to two pounds per asset to our county.; Payroll Savings. If they buy 3. Young people must learn or more exactly a beverages-]liking for s.
under Act of March 3rd" 187*. acre and until the dally tem- You have heard about D-Day, Bonds where they work even wholesome ways of meeting per. what the
mind and our body, but to drinking of alcoholic ?
:
Subscription In trade area: 1 year 15.00; OuUtda perature tops 75 degrees, one y-J, Day, and others as being in a combat zone, then every-1 sonal problems. Any young per. beverages "does"
cultivate the habit of seeing application week should for him-Is a
per Well M-10
trade area 1 year. W.M Very special days. one here at home should do 1 son who avoids facing up to definite danger' signal.!
keep them under control. When
the soul. be for
beauty develops Is going to special ourfnultrvmen. the same." problems by using alcohol is
the weather gets warmer, they We are a little
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Two Complete

Natural GasTraining SAVEArULL



Mann CourseLouis and Richard! Min

chain employees of Starke'a
Natural Gas Department have '
completed an intensive two-
week tour?e at the Florida Gas
Service Training: Center in San.
ford. wAy SAYINGS
The non-profit Institution
prov'des .both theory and lab
applications the proper installation -
maintenance\ and
safety of gas appliances. It Is I
co-sponsored by the Florida! Lf
Natural Gas Assn., an:! Florida _
Gas Transmission Co., the
Texas-to. Florida natural gas
pipeline'! company based in Winter .

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F OOp STOP ti5_-Itfa- J__ .3 LOWER RE 'UtARPRIE$'.' .WIEKLY'SPECIALS I ,.e' 'TOP"VAt.U.ft" : "s
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1iiiTEiwBy: \ -


Enza Blanchard

I .. n SUNNYLAND TENDERHAMS

CHURCH ACTIVITIES
Grace United Methodist: Sun-
day School 9:45: a.m., Worship
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; SHANK
MYF 6 p.m.; Choir practice
Thursday, 7 p.m. HALF
First Baptist: Sunday School
Worship services i I A
9:45: a.m.;
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Train- j7
ing Union, 6:30 p.m.; Midweek
services Wednesday 7:30.:
Church of God: Sunday School
10 a.m., Worship services, 11 M .. 1.n
a.m. and 7:30p.m.: ,YPE Thurs- lender ckee/
day, 7:30 p.m.Highland k / L B.I .
Baptist: Sunday .I
.** tM. S
sq
School, 9:45a.m.Worshipservices : l&
11 a.m. and 7p.m.; Prayer -
service Wednesday, 7 p.m. 1 WHOLE or BUTT HALFUSDA LB, 69c
followed by choir practice.

PERSONALS: CHOICE W D
BRAND BEEF NEW YORK W.D BRAND TENDER

Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. Danny were Thompson visit-- Strip Steaks $139 Cube Steaks $139
LB.
ing :Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore LB.
during the week. On Sunday Mr. SUNNYLAND PURE PORK BREAKFAST W.D BRAND GROUND
and Mrs. Moore visited their 2'/4.LB.PKG. .
WD BRAND
the daughter new,grandson Mrs. Pete In Todor Alachua,and Link Sausage $199 Round Steak LB.98c

General Hospital. USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF, BONELESS i SIRLOIN W.D BRAND QUICK FROZEN((20))HAMBURGER BOTTOM ROUND
Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Hinote of .
Roast $129 2
Miami! are spending a few days Tip LB. Patties . $199
with her sister, Mrs.O.J. Phil .
USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF EYE OF GRADE A JENNIE QUICK FROZEN
lips. On Saturday members of
the family were dinner guestsof Round Roast $139 Roast 3 $299 ROAST
:Mrs Phillips. Those enjoy- LB. Turkey .
ing this occasion besides the
Hinotes were Mr. and Mrs.
James Phillips of Starke, Mr.
and Mrs. Coleman Phillips and ,
Quantity Right R.t.rv.d"
children of Macclenny, Mr. and WINN 01X11, STOIES -COPYIIOH1-1970' l
Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
A.W. Gaskins and children and
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Phillipsof WeD BRAND PURE

Miss Lawtey.Arthurlne Blanchard of GR. BEEF '

Jacksonville spent the weekend 9 $
with Miss Enza Blanchard.
Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
and children were In Boynton
Beach Wednesday to Saturday
where they visited her mother,
:Mrs. Thelma Fagan, and l his LB.
two sisters, Mrs. Ed Mitchelland 3169LBS.
Mrs. Mazzaferro: and
their families.
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent
the latter part of the week
with Mrs. C.E. Strickland In
Gainesville.Mrs. Limti 1 with $5.00 or mor purchase .eluding cigarette
Selma Eunice has returned -
from an extended visit
with Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Barry DIXIE DARLING BROWN N'SERVE STOKELY CREAM STYLE & WHOLE KERNEL

and Mr.family and In Mrs.Jacksonville.Dearl! Brad- Dinner Rolls . 2 '12.PK.PKGS.:39c Gold Corn . 5 No CANS 303 $100]

ley and son, and Mr. and Mrs.
ARROW WHITE PINK &YELLOW THRIFTY MAID 3 SV. ALASKA & LARGE

visited Randal Mr.Bradley and Mrs.of Jacksonville R.L.Brad- ItIr 1-LB Bath Tissue I . 4 PKGS$1OO] Sweet Peas . 6 No CANS 303 $1] 00
ley during the weekend. s1
CAN THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED ASTOR

Mrs.the William birthday Reddish dinner attended of her- Pineapple I . 4 CANS No. 2 $ I 00 Fruit C ac kt al.1 l . 5 No CANS 303 $100]

sister-in-law,, Mrs. Bessie STOKELY SOUTHERN BISCUIT SELF RISING & PLAIN
Sapp in Raiford. A great num- Juice 3 6. $100 Flour. LB
P'apple
5 39cTHRIFTY
.
CANS
ber of other relatives and . . BAG
friends enjoyed this occasion. % MAID CUT SUCK

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kunsof Green Beans . 6 CANS 3 $1 00 Dog Food . 1 10 CANS No 1 89eORANGE
Clay Hill attended servicesat
the First Baptist Churchon
Sunday and were dinner HI-ACRES FROZEN
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon

Star-line.Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders O'SAGEHALVES JUICE

were Sunday visitors of their
niece M ss Evelyn Henry, in


Starke.Raymond Redding, David,Dana PEACHES *
00
and Darrell, of Wlldwood, j9 U. S. No. 1 REGULAR '
Limit 3 Cans with
were weekend visitors of Mrs. 7
$5 00 or morpurchai
D.R. Redding.f"HARD"OF"l. ..eludingcigor NO 21/2 1

.tt... CAN ATOE CANS 6-oz.



t HEARING? t SUPERBRAND

Been Guessing At Half, PRICES GOOD FEB. 26 MARCH 4 RUSSETS I Ice Cream . cao' ,59cSLIM
, The Conservation JIM SHOESTRING
, HELLMAN'S Limit, On.w/J/ 00 Food Ord.E.cludngCigor.n.s, 10 Lbs.79c Potatoes . 2 Vi:!? 99

MILLIONS" of PEOPLE: 32'0.. FREEZER QUEEN MEATSCooklnBag
t WITH THIS PROBLEMhave Mayonnaise!! } . JAR 49C 4 '0' $100
FOUND RELIEF! limit On* Your Choic wllj, Ofd.r E.c. CigDetergent RICH'S

GIANT 39c 0 Coffee Rich .4 "1 .75 slop
$YOU WILL TOO!t ttDOn't . MRS. PAULFish
DIXIE DARLING LAl GE SANDWICH LOAF Fillets SM"1L 79
.
. -
Delay Any Bread 2 '''S 49c TURKEY
. LBS MeatCPies
:r.a0cs $1
... o3.CHEK . 5

t 5121 Phone Normandy 781.2270 Blvd. Soft Drinks. 5 2-. $1 Fruit MORTON APPLE Pies PEACH COCONUT. . 3 ',$100

THRIFTY MAID LIBBYS OR ASTORGreen .
; If You Can't Come In 12-0. Peas 5 ?.' $100

I Send This CouponMONTGOMERY Catsup 6.=-s l00 1 MORTON ALL FLAVORS(NOT 3 COURSE)
Meat Dinners 2 0' 89e


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1 MINI' 1191 :
HEARING- AID DEPT. 1/ I I EXTRA .EXTRA. : Tomatoes . II 29C : EXTRA 1 EX.--R4 :

P. O. BOX 6403Jacksonville t 1 1' TOP.VALUE.r.* 1 ONI 4l.t AS109Cooking : mm 44-01 CANS ONE n 02MUIIUS ivl 1001 MOJ4IIIT1OI4STOI '
Fla. 32205 Lettuce 2 .os39c : TworoirnoMcMULUN
Oil 1 / VN91rTr MAID' / '.1 : :
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n Please end FREE Illustrated No. 6 1 0000 IH'UMAKH4 : GOOO IMIu../..c... /
Aid t ............ 1 No. 7.. .......... : No. 8 Apples 13 ,0.$100 : 9 OOOO TMIU MARCH 4No. i No. 10 :
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STATE 1 Slic.d Bacon 1I Ground B..< : Ch.... / Mil... 1 P.anut Butt.r 1 "B..I lt.ak.lt.. .
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NEWS ABOUT
Y;:: To Lead Successful Lives South Carolina
>By Mr*. D. E. Bin S""AY OP A1H1TTrQMDEMSkD REPOtt
SERVICE MEN
CITY O. RTASP .o.DA
.I'" Mrs. Stanley B. Croalby, of au.wv u'PET U-PUND1'
Kranlck of Ml- The drug abuser seldom findsit drugs with potential for abuse. Columbia, S. C. was the winnerof .2 F I1)rA SEPTti.MUKa 3Q1968_
Robert -
Mrs. to lead successfullife Knotts explained how each
last weekend, possible a Dr. two awards In the South< GENERAL
ami was here Rev. and G1'r a leading health educator of the substances works in the Carolina Press Association con- ..nJIII-

with her parents ami to says. body and the dangers InherentIn tests' in February,! She received e.x I
Mrs. Melvn Hamel who rI lam Whether the drug abuser is using the agents. a first place In the food .r 'aLr
get her daughter Susan a parent, a business executivewho Continued use of narcotics fora Ti 1M 3 .
category and second: place L -
grand- t1
had been visiting her has five martinis before leads to habituation and addict- in p,l4e'f2 / / 71,as4
fashion article appear ng Caili on Hand and on 1poult
parents. lunch and even more before Ion, dependence and intol- 1'tl RMiKRrIyxiKx! Here for ten days, before :receiving :' dinner a housewife who sips erance. The effects of the mind- South Carolina newspapers;\ r1 / Prom.. 0tI.r R.c.Lv.b16Invntoants FundajAccount 3.973LIAlllltTlkS

orders for a move to anew .. ( the cooking sherry or relies blowing drugs vary widely. The Crosbys resided: in 53)ttl
Marine Corps station are rt on tranquilizers a worker who Some hallucinogenic drugs resemble BrooJcer for several!! weeks In i ; y1 i Construction Utility Plant WorkMft-Progr In tf.rvtc (Nc)
with his parents, blows his check at the local alcohol and the effect M .
Randy Hayes 1954, while Mr. Crosby worked ( A Fixed A.. tt -
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes, t r: tavern, or a high school or they produce results In day B* avert at the Seaboard Rill- TOTAL ASSETS .155.1.31.
and Daniel Johnson also( in N, I s7e college student who freaks out dreaming and sedation. In some 'way office. Mrs. Crosby writesas
the Marines at Campl Lsj3une!' on LSD or gets stoned on marijuana instances in the case of LSD a hobby, and has a weekly
N. C., visiting with the Hayes his chances of living a the hallucinations can produce !family. successful life are slim, the violent horrifying nightmares Jiewspapera. Du. it: "Lh.r Pundiiimplo :
Men and: ,. boys of Hampton health educator emphasized. or beautiful revelations of life >'.. (.ontribiitlunnIm
fel Speaking to Extension home infinity love and nature Dr. .r*.t and Coupons Payable
Baptist Church met for a Mr. Crosby la a West Colum. nttpoilt PablRevenu .
lowship ana filmstrip showing economists on the University; Knotts said. bia! attorney and Is the son 4' Bond r**)ablI .--
at the church Monday night. of Florida campus Dr. Glenn The misuse of drugs Is nota of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby*, I'MAL LIABILITIES :
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Woodland Knotts, executive director of new problem, Dr. Knotts said. of Linden formerly of Brooker.
moved lst week into the the American School Health Association "The problem has been withus READY FOR RAIN Count
home next to Mr. and Mrs. R. .said that the drug since the beginning of recorded Judging ,for the South, Carol. Roml conjures up a fashion FL "....,A,.. RI rALNh. n "' +uNC5Invurr.nt (:
David abuse problem is growing in time and its serious- ina newspapers, contests' was able look for rainy days. In ,.
H. Parker 'Where the I' ...,.1 Pad Bnuta
.be- John Calvin Moseley, son of all its dimensions and the ness has increased with time. done ,by members of the Georgia water-repellent cotton velveteen lund balance /6f 4
Younker family was living Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. widespread use of drugs is on The pleasurable use of opiatewas Press Association.. the bold-printed coat K.'.nlnmd, .....mp, --

fore their recent move to Ohio.Mate Moseley of Avondale La., and the upswing.It well known among ancient comes. with a matching umbrella "'TAL llAHILim. AM" fSO 0".1. '." 4 S "' S ,..illHIlIAIT
Tony Kennan and Buck grandson of Mrs. Edith Chris- is impossible to keep a- civilizations when the pursuitof
hews of Eglin AFB spent the tiansen of Starke and Westwe-
breast of which substances pleasure was primitiveman's -A
Washington's Birthdayweek! : go. La., was seriously injuredby "
young people and young adultsare goal. ellY ao' enl: with the George Kennan multiple' shrapnel wounds using, he said. "You nameit Regardless of why they start [,' '''I'1'0 IIU.Ic' "Iu1T? ALL 0"05 'r..r"D GEN'RAI MAID" '
family here having an extra while serving with the 7th Mar- kids try it. Youngsters late- taking drugs, too many people SIPI'II.O i9h4 LEN MAL ii'.VENL": SINHING lIrrllS.N'.W.L SYlEN "NSTNU:F10N MINLY A5SEF5.
day for the holiday Monday. ine Division if Quang Nam Province ly have been taking interven- begin to depend on drugs as -JJ..II-:: : -AaI.AhW&: / .. PI Su .. r. ",5 .J.UW! ..GIW1.L.

Mrs. Don Pearson of Miami: Vietnam. iously peanut! butter and any- chemical crutches to solve their 4 5 6 5 5 1 P
Visited last weekend with: her Moseley's injuries included thing and everything" Dr. everyday problems of life, Dr.
paren,'s. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. wounds to his head, eyes left Knotts pointed out. Knotts told his audience.
Matchett, who have both, been hand, left arm, and both legs. In general he explained, the Among those who want to Gut do Said and u" 'wp.614 71.4 23va3 h,6.'" .',51"' ',A"7' 1 I. '

very ill with: the flu. The left eye had to be removed, drugs commonly used fall into escape, the popularity of nar- flue r....Pro Nnavabtu. Sher I'.nd. .97J 004 !,464 !,3416.cdunt.
Ellis Campbell cf Washington and he also underwent surgery six classes; the narcotics, the cotics ranks high for the drugs An.ryablu H,.., .0nI0 1.0.' .
D. C. Is visiting this week' 'or: a blown-out ankle bone. depressants, the stimulants the affect the mind and producea Utility Lny5tmeo6/PI.nL In .u.vl.e (NkL) 2i16,3btl 6',166 66.335 1..80'
'With Mrs. Campbell and the He also lost some of his toes psychogenic drugs or hallucin- feeling of being "high". This eon-t..Uon N6.6.In.Propr..6 Sl
and .1..d A..... __ __ __ __. 55.Yit101.61.Ab66T6 !!
children. fingers. ogenic, as they are sometimes feeling, more commonly called
Joseph Supsky Joined: his The young Marine was flown called, the vapors and other euphoria, is desirable among J.s..u_ l..91.:4g: : .wJI.lU 12,7 111 Jl .14J, J.IJIJU 66i.79tLLLLIAlIL3 :
family here recently. He had to Tokyo for treatment, anc addicts: and drug abusers.Other
remained: in Miami where he was later transferred to the desirable end results produced
employed for several Naval Hospital at Pensacola. regret to learn of his son a by the narcotics are a feelingof :
was and Although vision was lost in misfortune.PFC warmth and tranquility, Dr. Dun L. ut6or 1md. 1 0.92 '''hi I OIOInnplni. '
weeks! after Mrs. Supsky .. LonU'"lI' ". .J'
his remaining for a
baby moved into the house one eye Knotts said. In...... and'1 COUponb. I'ayablu l7Ol4 1.o.po.LU 1.-
( while, his eyesight is gradu- School children In health clas- ) Pay.b1. 34,68'
where Mr. and Mrs. Leaston ally returning, it is reported. ses from: Kindergarten through ....... Ro... Psychic __ 3.01.000 .. .._ .... .--..

Forsyth formerly lived. Moseley's father was rearedIn Ernest L Copeland, 19, high school all over the Uni- "HAL LIA0ILITIrS' l 3,081,995 1.8' '.'nl .1,4"5
Starke and has many friends son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie ted States may be studying about
and relatives here who will Copeland of Raiford, has been
drugs next year, die to a pro- ,.
assigned as a cannoneer with 1J.U! nA r.7ALY1212dd.Y1N'a1< :
.,,:.,.:..:...:..:....:.:............................_..._....._......................................... ........................L.. the 23rd Artillery Group in ject of the' American School ,. 4"!,444Pund
This curri- Inv.smat In l.n.1 .10. 91st
Health Association.
Rnlnt. ifs Ill/fl 'In/.11' I. .'11'' na,4111
Vietnam.Pfc culum guide fox drug abuse R.tatnd 1..'nln4n la._ 0 __ .. __ .. _. _
:!MitJF; ;;; 'ifu1;
education should 'be ready by
I ( late summer, Dr. Knotts said IIO'A'' '''''' 11'U'' j(6.i5L JaLVu. oILu u.l1.X111111 ...,..:.:'"

**f* and it will be available fromASIIA's
Benjamin Clark Jr., L n
i| STARKE whose parents live on Haute 1 headquarters in Kent, (11. OF "A.U FLORIDA IiJ.IWU.I.JIJ.o.Jj
::: Ohio. jJJ.j. U'4 .1P,1,1)" '
: :: Lawtey, has been assigned as u : ""II LilY SYO"" Na'"L1. FlNDLO""m
CO'DO"" 0 ',An"' .r OF "I,1M' \n PXP 4e.
:ill: I S1A ,"ENI 0Y9TI.LI1DI1D I : : \1itAL
:: 23rd .
PHONE the
964-6200 with
; a truck driver r"+.R Ill' I".IAI HAl "n'D PICMUl" JO 1959AL
''
PUS Ili'' FI.c.'L "F.'K 1.AD1.D' SII'1MHI.K' In 199
fft :=:' Artillery Group In Vietnam.

;s 1 Ills wife, Kellen, also livesin Dateline BMS Tt'A''

:| KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1j 1 Lawtey. L9DLNOE1tiL dvIR CP1Ld41M,. G41L dli

: lES may, rsty ".ct.,. s.I.. 1J.7b.
:'| PHONE 473-3176 | Winners for the "It's Acade- 6 S S uat.r .1.. U.1l1

v: :::::::*:::%:::::::::::W: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::.:.:.:::.:::::::.:;::::::l Marine Sergeant James T. mic" program last week were ...n...' F'.efLy ruv ",VU 63.144 1,169" G.. 5.1.. I06.J9\
Karen Crawford, Lewis Cooper
e Lee SOP cl.Mr.. and Mrs. Rich. JI,296 S. 'P Chugu JO.711
and Mike Belling, all from Team OLlwr Loc.1 race 147bSS 178.951
lard Lee Jr. of Route 1. and
1. ,..... 89. HI.coll..u. 14.5570 IIA,8H
.nd Pstlc 9,100 5,311
<
W & D TRACTOR SALESBox hub and of the former Miss Lin- The Science Fair was very
da F. Sanders of Route 1, all successful at BMS. Fifteen pro "".. and POrf.LLu... ",bOO 1IS2J 777' EBPLSsASMar96.

S of Starke Is serving with the jects were chosen from this .. 6hard.. 1.300 104 3.'OA!

r'. First Marine Aircraft Wing in- school to compete with the Junior ....".. Pro.. Uthrr Ag.n.iS. !5,330 'bt72 IS' Plant D"p.rtm.nt 2"72
75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628 Vietnam. Division at the armory. '''f :; ." Gat Dop........ 69.3A3

t OLIVER TRACTORS The Wing Is the als.arnn of They ,belonged to the following H1Ie.lI.n.. "4," ., y 7." S9TO' T j Jr 11RLill'::l O.pr.c tAt ten ". 102,AlA
the Third Marine Amphibious students: C TOTALS '554 ,]Lh91Li -'
10 DIFFERENT SIZES SU" Utility Tu .1.0'
Force in the five northeast Team IMatt Herres, Lar'ry
provinces of South Vietnam. White. V fulfill C Sad Uebte. -l.lU 476.s8Lc2Tr
Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland Team ni- Chuck Hutcheson ....
,
or sT.Luu y TInSIDA ,
/; Transplanters Cole Planters Navy Seaman Michael W. Eve Futch, Debbie Mitchell. 11'U.:, H'.I.n 0.' RAr10M2" : >)B, 54cJ09CSRTD
John Blue, Ezee Flow and Others. Newsome son of Mr. and Mrs. Team IVJay Andrews, Tin- 9TAILILtr Iue FI D'>CA'TsPLSDULILS' P4A, ,elfED, SIP0.'LLN t UMPo\R.o 1IT1t to. H99'' 917ATPDf9L'N
E. W. Newsome of Route 1, Crews, Larry Paterson, Jimmj) ADD' I.t..r Into,. 2A.lJ7ull1R
f Combine and Hay Equipment Davis.
Starke is serving Aboard the dRIRDLA
Team VCharlie Green LEAST; Int.r..t B.p.n. On S.n. I1i.909APPRapgl.A.
cargo ship USS Durham at ,
l= TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & !MODELS Long Beach, Calif. Sandra Eblin, Kim Johns. -.lNS rwPC2trl'Afa" WI.hIWIs
The men of the Durham recently Team VIBruce Tucker, s SET t Arr 130'962Adolaautlen

ralytn C. Williams and Raymond Dyal completed four:I weeks of Steve Register, Gerald Meng "'l1c. and G..I 112.906 IIb.D4 3.'37'
Six LI'S'! r..n..o Other 'u.d.,
I projects were selecteein
refresher at San
training Diego
.
Poll D.pn.nt 8d,4:3 94,553 n,4L'
Calif. the Junior Division frorr Bond .nd Int..... SLnhtn6 Fund 144,946Pt
.rY ftM,9; .555 Y .W.y.p .. Grades 7, 8, 9. These six will .. Do...,.... 14,572 H.PS 1,194 .,
.n.w.1 and .' Fund
''' ''- .n. 9I,8bD
: 'f.; ': '", now take their projects to the S...., Oop........, I S',"D d','.8 2,0 b'
: Regional Science Fair In Lake G..I Fund --Zl.JIW! 317.406
..,'.' ;Y' Butler. ..c....
... The blue ribbon winner, cho- H..I1..u. I6 Q02 _1L.!.U.wIJ2i 155559/855 10 RHTA'NED "INCS (DEFICIT) (754 tL)

THOMAS R GARTLAND. General Man sen for BMS in the Regional TOTALS a3.9 a.2.W1 L.7ei'(
ager and part-owner of Hobe Grove -p Fair, was Joy Andrews, who( did
Associates, in Hobe Sound Florida, a project on Cyclomates In
irrigates a 4,000-acre citrus grove with chick embryos. She worked -
electric pumps to lift well water into 2S verY hard on this and we all
ditches. He reports: "We have forty i wish her the best of luck at

10-hp electric pumps for irrigation, and the Regional Fair. New Camaro.
are well pleased with the push-button ,
operation Electric motors for grove irri
gation have proved very dependable -CamllIe Gassett

and efficient at low cost both IP opera 1 Feb. 26th. .
-
tion and maintenance as compared ,J
with any other fuel .
IA
JUVENILES TRANSFERREDTO
ORLANDO COURT We've never announced a car at this time before.

It ) The case of two Orlando::' Juvenile -
; runways, caught here last But then nobody: ever announced a car like this before.
t
: week in a vacant house on
North Cherry Street has been
'transferred to Juvenile courtIn ,-
Orlando.( Bes'des the house
they were staying in, the boys
Ibroke into another home on Super HuggerIf

t' >r l North miscellaneous Cherry taking Items! : food, and and at. it were an ordinary sportster, we'd have introPick the one that best suits your driving. Then go

tem 'ed to enter aanother one duced it at the ordinary time. pick on an open road.

on Church Street but were Instead we took the time to buHd whole new And make it one with plenty of twisting turns.

frightened away by a dog Camaro. Because Camaro has a remarkable new suspension.We .

They were released: in the custody We started with a sleek new shape and a low road- standard front disc brakes for a leech-like grip .
of their parents, whc
the road.
stance. on
hugging
said the boys had been
AIY from home a week. gone And added more hood. A faster fastback. Wider :\ew: Camaro. The Super Hugger.

doors. And new deeply contoured bucket seats.. Other sportsters always feared it might

The instrument panel wraps around you. With dI come to this.

enough dials to make you think you're piloting a 717. ;'' And they were right. Only their tim-

There are four transmissions. And six power plants ,q -- ing was wrong.

2 ,.; ;. f STARKEBUSINESS up to the Turbo-Jet 396 V8 that you can order. Putting you first, keeps us first.
trott
3Electric
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it00'1( f4 ;t3..a. r:. .
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t .t. ..
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I DIRECTORYAUTO See it.At yourChevrolet

ei Sports Dept.

I push-button pumping : SERVICE -.

'

"efficient at low cost:' Gilbert S. Brown

t
Standard Oil Service Station

3. It's happening in up-to-date groves throughout Florida. Knowl- TIRES ATLAS* BATTERIES S,

edgeable operators banish drought worries with electric pump Budget Terms Road Service ,A y

Y J. irrigation, and assure high-level, high-quality yields You can 107 PHONE N. Temple 94-7071- Starke l I

i water specific areas as needed even set timers to turn pumps .i: S I I

i on and off automatically. Modern electrical equipment serves HURST'SSHELL I

) reliably year after year, helps make every acre flourish with profit. ---- I I

Ask your equipment dealer. Service Station --'eta-rla l


.e S=l=Ia:} i.i Monarch Gas Oils Hires- Lubrication& Batteries& GM I 1

1 'LOroa.owl." 4 MONT' COMPANY
ROAD SERVICE j
301 and 10* Starts =
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-- Camaro Sport Con pi ii'ith KS equipment.
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PAtE 10 TELF :RAPH FEB. 26, 1970 j,

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... by----- "
O. Woodarrt.Ptalntirr ae
limping to a first aid station. Itbove.atyle.sCourt This public hearing In known.
In tho H2 West (all! !StreetStarke ;
Or a rake left In the driveway and C'a"w. And von are r.- held pnr nnnt to Section i Dated at Stnike. Florida this I".I" 921111
1970 :
< 01' of the Florida Statute' day of February
could cost you several install- answerlto 3oComplfaintr astiled ,In th. 11A1! Regiilnr 1'I.' 1).llIlIhuhlngton By K:zle S. gandersAttorney .
ment payments on an auto tire. therein with the' Clerkof the Florida tat I> el .. Washington Petitioner for PetitionerLJSJFr
CommunityNews .. 2-28 4t ,.to
Cnurt In and for Jnmes D."rd.. t \l' And "Renders
In the Circuit ,
When working the
garden
gineer Florida -
Cnunty Cnurthous
nradfo..d
guard against cuts and Infect- Stsrke. Flnrldn. U"91. and serve. Transportation 35 1!
ions. Protect all cuts with pro- .a copy thereof unon ran 2.20(
1031229AOnlnettvtlllrtFlorid
attnrnev. Barton T. Douglas FLORIDATHEATRE
per antiseptic coverings.Use Drawer
tn The Circuit enact Of
gloves If your skin is \ \ 32601 Eighth Jmllclnl rirrnlt 'i '
susceptible to rash.KT1i Jn er; h.f"r.Ia: rch 6. nil: and Fur llrnilforil County,
If vnu full tn ,110 .". ft Default Cn.e Nn: DRIVEINShow
Judll'm..nt111 "* taken' "AI-'TJ' P'a"lttlnltf.. Lester
,. "annPrthereaftetr .MCrnest Lee Lester.,
Circuit Court, stlahd I fhf' 2Cnmplalnt.
Hy Elizabeth; t.ee'tall tlt Aua "* said' cause shall proceed '* palrtej"ltn" sat NOTICE OF SViTTO Begins At 7 P.W
Given" Valker UruUiurU Cuuniy. 1uelda. ..
'\ 11 mv hand nnd ,, Lester
: Frnest Tee
Attivn for Uit.... 2n-l day of February FRI. SAT. SUN.
this
CumNo.. Jia said Court 220 nicUett BouleMirdLoulsburs. FRI. THRU TUES. .
,
Cicero W Uulns Plaintiff. A. D, 1970. at Starke North FEB. 27 28 Mar. 1
- ----- VI' Florlrta. 844 FEB. 26 March 3 -
Qoiaio Mary UOIIIH > .
| RECREATION'EWS! Uettlndant.1vU'1'1CJ (SEAL) You Are Hereby : Double Feature Program
: :+ Double Feature Program
Monday night, Choir 4o. 1 re- In The Name Of 'lli. orate Of Inman; < ...trimilt an notion for divorce .
The -
management of the Re- Florida Ae Clerk of this Court filed agalnt yoU and a
no Recreation Department has hearsal. Tuesday night, Choir ''&U: Th Defendant in the In and! for Bradford County contained. within the \
planned an Invitational Tour- No. 3 rehearsal and Ushers above-named truxe UoiUle Mary F1 requests the Court to 20.CI""'''penNN'.

nament, Feb. 27-28, In the RJE Board No. 3 meeting. Wednes- Uoln.Huute, whoa.1. .Uu-x resident.iaHaxm : ie By Deputy Virginia Clerk r Darby.A you that and certain your property wife as Johnfcyne Rock
day night, Prayer Meeting. I-II n I." bv the entireties "\ :
gym. The public Is Invited. Avenue I OJ
1 "
Bradford County
:
...tlln don. iUarjland 21009 \\ Hudson
Thursday night Story Hour at You Are The srH: of 1'1"tlf' ; : : :
Hereby .Nullified
thatsuit
GIRL SCOUTS the church. Friday night, Prayer tur aivoiiB of the inairlac prnuc :NOTICE: fl. Township 7 South .. : ,
Band meeting. Saturday between you and the flaintuf I Notice Is hereby given that East. containing 40 the ..
I The Girl Scouts are deliver- the Florida less j
Department of or "
CiceroV toed.agalnrt "
ing cookies to customers, and night, dinners will be sold from yuu.Oum an. her Uotenuunt, been l>y Transportation District Two to your wife Faustina : ; Undefeated ( .
the kitchen. Members and C.otruV.. will hold a public hearing concerning ter, a. a lump sum as I''
everyone is asked to please Uolns. an PiiUnUtf In the Flvo-Year Contsruc- and ore required to f
you I
cooperate in this worthy ef- friend i are invited to cooper- the auo\e-HlyieU unu ou are Uuurt: andcau.oy tlon Plan of the Department of ropy of your. written J\\; J: .
) imiuued to
ate with these activities. file Transportation for the yen' 1 If anv, to It on Elsie 8. )
fort. All your Uvieiise or to .
parents are asked to answer beginning for Plaintiff C
July 1. 1970 through Attorney
please encourage the girls to :MT. P1SGAH AME Church, the Curuplalnq at filou therein June 30, 1975 This hearing will address Is 142 West Call ; .!,
with
Rev. George Young pastor.Sun th. Clerk: of the Circuit: be held onIa..h.: 1970 In the Box Starke. rJY .
work carefully and keep the Courtin and tor Bradford County City Commissioners'. meeting r20i and 11 ::8th '" !n \ _
1 records accurately. day School, 10 a.m. Morning Courthuuse blame, Florida' room In the City Mall Lake City the Clerk of the nbo\e _
Service at 11. Evening service, 3J091. and seive a cuiiy tumeuf Florida. Court on or before now you can SEE
J 5:30.: All members and friends T upon Plaintiff, attorney, Burton This hearing Is being held to : ,
CHURCH !NEWS Douglas Iud :ortlt Main give consideration be Oenteredaagainstutyou anything you wantat.
to the necessity
r !NEW HOPE BAPTIST Church invited to attend VIll treat e.,Klvilda 1U.. Drawer' uul 112s. Gaines of making any changes tOoprol."t8 relief demanded In the ...
u or uuivie
,
Mosley pastor. Sunday GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL March 6, 1KJO and elI you tall Inclulecl or to. be Included of Petition hand, and J\
In
10 AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jen- to dosu.. a belault Judgment plan said and flve-vear construction Witness snld Court mY on tho : 'S
[ a.m. Morning Wor- will be to hear requests of
taken for
Hev., 11. Afternoon service, 3 kins pastor. Sunday School, 10 the relief demanded against.. In the you Complaint for new projects. to be added or. of February 1970. : ,
existing projects to he deleted (SEAL) RESTAUKANT"su!
Morning at 11 and
Visitors always welcome.EBENEZER a.m. Worship thereafter laid cause tn said five-year. construction InmAn D OreenAs
.
(Love Feast). Evening service, hall proceed ix part Clerk of said Cnurt ;
BAPTIST, Rev. Witness hand and seal of plan.Counties
my GUTHRIE
6 (Communion). The within the! snld District By R..ulah1.: :MoodyA. i'\
Leroy Davis pastor. p.m. sen- said Couit this 2nd day of February
Sunday ClerkNOTICR
I School, 945. Morning Worship, ior Choir will serve. Florida, A. D. 1970. at Starke, to review. Two their have proposed been requested Second Deputy 2.20 COLOR United Artists.

10:45.: BTU, 5 p.m. EveningS The Annual Woman's Day Inman D. Green ary following Budget on this date nt the Til
(SEAL) appointed timesColumBIn : OF fNTF T n f A 1 R e
service immediately after BTU. program Is planned for the County RO: A.:>t. FICriTlOlS I
As Clerk of tho Circuit Court nrOISIFH :
second Sunday in March with Bnker County/ 8:30: AM: '..
S The Junior Choir will serve. In and for Bradford County, Notice .Is hereby :
Mrs. M.J. White Florida I'nlon County 9on: A. :M ,..'.
GREATER as program: the :
\ BETHELEMFree: By Virginia F. Darby :Madison County 9:10: A.\f: visions of IChaptern20n. PLUS -
,\ Will Baptist, Rev. Jasper Wil- chairman. Every member is As Deputy. Clerk Nassau County 10:00: A. M
asked to please cooperate with 2-S 4t 2-26 Clay County 10:30: AM: registerowith theAct.Clerk :
Hams[ pastor. Sunday School, Lafayette .
County 11:00 A. M.AlacHua Court In And for
{ 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship at the captains for the successof County 11 :10 A. M. Circuit County, Florida : :
this event. The speaker !. The County "dlle': Court. In Duxnl County 1:00: P.1.: ford publication' of PLUS -
Evening of
Jll. Service. 6 p.m. And For Bradford County: Klvrl- Levy (County/ ::311 P srDixie proof
""
# will be announced next week. .. .. County tie of the fictitious /
2:00: P M under
ORIYE 1\.
!!: "fn flea Estate of Waddell A. Sintnnnee County 2:30: r.f.: TUCK'S In business
:i Walace Sr.. a-k-a W. A. Wal Taylor Cnuntv'Rnll: r.1.. I am engaged. Walnut St. .. : ,
South (
lace. Deceased Bradford County 3:30: P M Owners :
FINAL. NOTICE nilchrlst (County 4.on PL Marv Brown Fla 1
Starke
i Go Notice Is hereby alien that Hamilton County 4:30: I P :M Temple Dated Ave this 10th day! of | '
the Executor herein on the 26th The prnnonwl nrlmnrv fl heyear Starko, .
.)( .Let's day of January A. D., 1970, work program for. the ary.ford A.County D. 1910 Fla.at 2-12 fL'1
tiled a final accounting of Its years beginning .1l' 1. ,170
1 dmlnlstiatton of the estate of1Vaddel through Tune 10 117 for Dle l L
Wallace, br, deceased blot I Two r>< the Florida Department '1 ta'The Court Ol The, : I
an1'
I notice Is further of Trnnonorffon+ will '.lodge Uindrord County : '
given that after publication of. be on ellBplnv at the offices ofthe' .'Ida la Prolialo.In ..
this notice once each week forfour Clerks' nf the Circuit' Court Ito .aiato: of 1 \ Coln by Debit o CNNICOLOR nCHNI.copa' Unued6rhst.t
07 Bervftj Sharps, Rdltot consecutive weeks application In ench of the ahoy- MnM'' s I Strlssel, Deceased.To A SEVLR ASTS "._'
Florida Agricultural La.r will be made tothe Honorable five dnv tn the public hearing All Creuitura And : ,,eoM a PIlODuCT ch T n I A I' e e
Or
Claims
Having
heron A. Yaw, County on :Mnrch 1 Hh.
tension! Service Judge of Bradford County Flor Vnalnftt Said .Instate: : |

tI. ida, for and approval for final: of dischargeof said accounting P1 ------------------------- --.------ rI !_""!!..--"!!..---- --..""_-_-_
of pesticides in baking JA.'b
a
Using a pesticide properly is spare
the Florida National Bank of I II
no more dangerous than driving powder can or a box for pow- Jacksonville as Executor: of said 1 ii-
; ;
C! an auto. But carelessness witha dered milk is Inviting a one- The e.tate.Florida National Bank OfJacksonville. 1 1I
chemical way trip to the hospital.
or a car can caused Florida. As Executor
:ath. Never store pesticides near Of The Estate Of Waddell 1 i i
foods of kind. For safety's Wallace.. Sr., Deceased 1
Even though you read the di- any By: Fred J. Thompson Jr.
FOODFAIR
rections last week, pause again sake, keep food in the kitchen Trust Officer 1I
to review the label. Then take cabinets end chemicals in a 2.5 U Z.U '

care to heed all directions, locked cabinet out in the tool CALL FOn BIDS 1 I

cautions and warnings.And shed. Bradford County Library will 1 I
Building- Committee inc.
I even if the directions receive sealed bids In the office 1 1
don't say toplay it safe Using Tools of George H. Pierce Atty., 205 1 1 1
N. Ave. until 10 FRY
Temple a.m.
by wearing gloves sleeves You are in for a shocking 1
March 2, for the O9
rolled dowi and collar butun-: experience if you use electric Purchase and removal of all 1 | LB 1 1I
buildings the Parks property.
on
hedge clippers or alawimower I
ed. Wearing shorts is taboo Located on the corner of n.Walnut 1 SUPERMARKETS
5 when applying chemicals in the with a frayed power cord. So and Jackson StsThe I II I
garden. check all power cords before Committee reserves. the.
plugging them in. A winter- right to accept or reject any orall FLORIDA I -
If you should spill some pes- bidsBradford
ticide material weary cord may have developedan County Library Come'mUtee j GRADE'A1 :
I the contaminated on yourself clothingand remove old-age crack In its insu- Ino. Ztchg I.UI" | 'I I Ij

lation that will elec-
wash with soap and water. cause an _- 1I II II I

Even if you don't spill the doing tric current a fast-stepping to shock Charleston you into- The Circuit Circuit Court In And EI.htlloI".U..lol Foe I j when Savings Count. I

hands pesticide and, face always after wash a session your in one quick lessor BrnilfoTil Action For Cnumr.DltorveCone Florida. gpVE I COUNT ON US.I;
I
with Tools lying around on the >o. Tia
a spray can. Mildred C Wooden Plaintiff 'II
1 I
I
ground can cause an accident.
If you should feel sick afer vs- Kenneth Woodard Defend
applying a pesticide, contactthe Stepping on a hoe can cause ant. I I I 98f PRICES GOOD THROUGH I
the handle to fly up with such NOTICEIn WIDNISDAY, MARCH .th. I
family doctor. In
an emer- The Name Of The State Of I
gency be sure to take the pesticide force as to plant a goose-egg :Florida WHOLE BAGGED II i i i quantity rightt r*>.rvd. II
size TO. The Defendant In the
B container or the label birnp on your noggin plus aho\'";-nnmed cause I I 1t

5 to the hospital with you. shattering your glasses. Kenneth Woodard Residence
If there is "dab"of When rakes are left on the UnknownYou
j only a Arc Hereby Notified that
5 the chemical left over, don't ground, be sure that teeth are suit for divorce of the marriage CHUCKROAST Boneless
i remove it from its original con- down. A false step on a rake h..tween you and the Plaintiff CHUCK
I tiinar storing small with teeth up could send you :Mildred r4. Woodnrd, has been Shoulder FRESH PORKBUTTS
amounts filed annlnvt "ou. an Defendant STEAK

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Evangelism Vernon R. Yaggie ,: I.
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To Be HeardAt Clinic Held By .
Services HeldIn '.. 00 "
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1st MethodistDr. New River Assn. > '
Jones ChapelVernon b ,f.'r. : : ; .

United. Methodist Joseph! M.minister Davis, and a There Is a great, unpublicized Royce Yaggie 57, of .
number of people :
young Btarke, ':died Thursday.:: Feb. 19, iSttifJ& tilifClWlltl99{
missionary training African who pastors has in been the witnessing rida: Rev.for Paul Christ Meigs In, Flo-secretary In Bradford County Hospital 7 l tlJf1i1J J Iff III .

Republic of iha Congo, will of evangelism for the after a sudden illness I
Mr. Yaggie, was born Dec. 25, '
speak at the First United Florida Baptist Convention told =- :::
Methodist! Church in Starke on members of Baptist Churches In 1912 In Dover, N. J. Hs was a

Sunday, March 1 at 7:30: p.m. the New'River Association at Presbyterian and a maintenance

Dr. Davis is on a year's fur the annual Evangelism Clinic engineer. i
lough from missionary service and Rally held at the Starke Surviving is his wife, Dorothy : CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN j i 1

In the Congo where he Is assistant First Baptist Church Tuesday, Adams Yaggie Starke; two CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School 9:45: a, m.

to Bishop John Wesley Feb. 17.The daughters, Mrs Joan Barnes, LATTER DAY SAINTS ) v of Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m Youth,
Shungu. He has conducted in- speaker cited Instancesof Carlisle. Pa., and Miss Evelyn 1404 E. Bessent Road' LaHlglwax.l. School, l"Oa..m. '*. Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prictice :--
;service traln'ng !'!.nstl'utes for young people In meetings, Yaggie Starke; three sons, Morning Worship 11:15. Sun** services, 6:00.Vdncsday: Meeting 7:30: p.J m.; Wednesday : Wednesday 8 p. m.
African village pastors near In school, and at recent con- Warren C., of Newburg, Pa.; 14M East Bessent Rc!. day Night Service.6:30.-Rei: \ :: Worship) service T -Rsv, J. C. Saunders, past0tAlOKGAN -- Rev. Robert D. Burcht
Lo-'ja: : In the central Congo, ferences he had attended, show- Raymond of Zu'ztown. Pa., R. L. Bennett pastor. p. m Minister Jack P, Bell.
and has been a director of ajunlol' ing enthusiasm for their Chris aria Ralph Yagrgle. Starke; one SUndaY-Pr1esthOOd 8:30: aim ROAD CHAPEL;
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
high school. tian lives. He expressed opti- ;sister Mrs Pauline McDowell, Sunday School, 10 a.tn. Sacra Su.n.day-9:45: a, m Sunday

A "people's movement" during mism about the future of the Lemasters, Pa.; and six! grand- ment 6 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTISTSunday ,. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School, 11:00: a. m. Morning Highway 100-A

!! 1956.60 brought thousandsof church and Its Influence in the children. :MondayMia 7:30 p.m. School, 10 a. m. Morning ", CHURCH Worship' 6:00 p. m. Training Sunda, School, 10 am. Morning
Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser
into the Christian state. Funeral services were held .'I'uesdayPrlma.ry 4:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mornuig -- Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship, 11. Training Union -
persons Preceding the evening meet- at 10 a.m. Monday:: in Jones Wednesday Relief ;Society vices (Booster Band Yo un I Worship at 11. Evening I .Ship. 7 Evening
[
of p.m. Worship,
faith! in the Conga!! ana one
People, and Prayer Service), 6 I
Church 7:30 .
Ing In the auditorium, : : p.m.JORDAN Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Services
Memorial Chapel. Keystone
8. Wednesday
the problems has been to pro .;Worship, 7. James Shaw Prayer Meeting
p. m, Evening Worship 7 p. m.
Council members met at 5p.m. 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Heights with Dr Albert C, Holt 8 Rev. Don
vide enough trained leaders | Pastor. p.m Drawdy.
Midweek Service Wednesday,
for conferences on evangelism. officiating) Interment was in MISSIONARY night-1:00: p. m. Family night. Pastor .
for the many new Christian They met in groups of pastors, BAPTIST MISSION 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D.,'' BROOKER
Keystone Heights Cemetery' BAPTIST CHURCH
Tillages. Because of the diffi
culty of bringing\ a large num- and chairmen of deacons, Sun- 'With DeWitt C. Jones Funeral U. 8. 301 North behind TW pastor. BROOKER FLA. Airpark Baptist Church JHNCSLEY LAKE$BAPTIST .
day School,Training Union,mu- Home in charge.Services tee Frees Drive In. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple pastor. .Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Morn.
ber of into central
pastors a sic Brotherhood and WQmen'sMissionary Sunday School: 9:30: ; Training
School 10 a.m. Worship Service HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron Ing Worship 11:00 .; Even
Davis
place for training. Dr. Union, followed by Held 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer (Highway 100 at Theressa) Bristol Superintendent. Training ing Worship, 7:00: p.m.; Wed. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning
and ether missionaries! have
the
and reports from Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship -
supper Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.' Sunday. School-10 a. m. Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
gone out Into the bush villages various groups. For Edd S. PolkIn -Leroy Olive pastor, ; E. L. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Douglas Director. Worship 7:00: p.m. Study on Book ol 7 p.m.; Prayer' Meeting.
to give pastors rudimentary Rev. WA. Hogan, moderator, Oriffla. .associate: pastor. Services 11 a.m. 730.: Lavern Psalms. C. J. Sheffield Pastor* 7:30: V? ednesda'y.;
Union 6:30
Training : rn.
on-the-spot training. of the New: River Association, Dedan ChurchEdd p. Outlaw, music director.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert West! ;,.
Prior to his service at Lodja made arrangements for the eve- Evening WOl'shlp-7:15: p. m.

Dr. Davis served nine years. at ning services.The S. Polk 66, of Brooker DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH. Wednesday Night Prayer Services BAPTIST
the large Katako Kombe mission musical part of the program died Sunday at the University BROOKER -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle CHURCH HIGHWAY IS N. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST
included the Weeks Fam- Sunday School 10 a.m Worship packham, pastor, School, 9:45: a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning
Sunday
station! d'st-ict
as superintendent Hospital Galn vil1e, after: being Services, 11 and 7p.m. Sunday Service: Sunday .
principal of a pri- ily 'of Beulah Baptist Church, in All health .for some time. Training Union a.m., 6 Morning Worship! 11. Training School 9:45: a. in. Morning Worship Worship, 11 a. m. Training.
mary school, legal representative the Choir' of First Baptist Mr. Polk was a native of Bell, Rev. Lacy Conway pastor.p.rn.- GI .\Ht\1 BAPTIST CHURCH Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- 10:4t: a. m. Evening Ser- Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
to the government of the .Church, violin solos by W.E and was' a longtime resident! < .of : Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora- \l&s!, 7:30.: riUMeek Prayer Service vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser 8 p. in. Wednesday night service -

Cenetral Congo Methodist Conference McKlnney:: and several other Brooker area resiling on lag Worship, 11 0.. m. and 7 p. 7:30.: vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
and chairman of the numbers, with William George, Highway 18 between Graham CHURCH; OF GOD m.- Rev. Fred Johns, pftstor. .Rev Li. Tommy Howe, Pastor Charles Reese minister I come-L. L. Parker, pastor

.board of trustees of the Union education director of the Firs) and Brooker. He was' a farmer, 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
Theological School at Mulungrwishl. Baptist Church,,as music leader. cf Container Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship
a former Corporation employe, and: a memberof Services 11 a. m. .ad 7:30: p. I III 11111 II 11/1111111111111:11111111111111111111111111111111111111111/ : 1111111111111111111 111111 II 1111111 111111111111111111111111111

Dr. Davis born in Oklahoma During the preceding week, .of m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30:
was the Brooker Church
nine officers of the New River
City but spent mist!+ of Association attended a"Shapingof Christ., pjn.-Rsv. Y. W. Klid pastor PAINT. Protects wood and metal

his early life In KsrLur-icy, the 70s" Conference at Lake Surviving are his widow,
where his father was a Mothodist Yale near Eustis. Plans were Mrs Thelma M. polk Brooker; FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOT: GOD'S WORD Protects the soul
) pastor nail dls'rict pier! suggested for changes in age- a daughter, Mrs. Yvonne les- OF STARKE
intendent. H3 rpplv( "cl his' B grading Sunday School classes tone, Brooker: two sons Ronald West Weldon St and Ralford
As wood and metal from and corrosion the
,
paint protects decay rust, no
A. degree from Aibnrv OlleirsWllmore. and, other departments, recommended E. Polk Brooker, and Olan Road
Ky., air1 h's B. D to start October I, W. Polk. Gainesville; six sisters Sunday School: 10:00: a.m. promises( found in Cod'sord: ( protect the !soul from the evils of sin anxiety anddispair.

from Asbury Theological Seminary Attending the two-day con- Mrs. Mattie Parrish 11:00: a.m. C. A. Services: 7:00:
Hear (:orwOI1ll'rful\ promiwtt proclaimed from the pulpit in the
ference were Rev. Hogan, Rev. Gainesville; Mrs. Caroline Par- PJTV. Evangelistic Services.
GOSPEL MESSENGERSAT George Crowell, Rev.Lawrence j-Wh Trenton: Mrs. Emma. Wednesday: No Mid Week Ser church of your choicethis Slln\I!\ '. Tin-so 1 promises I'll heard will accomplish

MORGAN RD. CHAPEL Carroll, Rev. Denton Sumrall, Pass: Mrs. Sudie! Bass Mrs.
vice.Pastor wonderful things; in your oul and heart, for Cod; says of His Word, "It shall
The Gospel! Messengers will William George, Billy Wolfe, Liza HoWen. .and Mrs. Elizabeth : T. E. CllleySMYRNA
present. a varied program of Jimmy Crosby, Mrs. DE,11111, O'Steen. all of Newberry; not return unto nit? void hut it I'hallm'cun'lj\li..h that which I J please, and it shall

vocal and Instrumental religious and Mrs. E.D. Tenly. a .brother, Frank Polk. Tren- MISSIONARY J prosper in the thing whereto I sent it." Isaiah 33; 11,
music chalk drawings; ton; and seven .grandchildren.
with special lighting effects! CARD OF TIIANK3We Funeral services were held BAPTIST CHURCH
all our U33 W. Pratt: St. Sunday
wish to thank ser-
especially at Dedan
and scriptural magic, at 2 pjn. Wednesday
friends:! ,and neighbors! for the Aces: 'Sunday School 10 a. m
for the children and "the Baptist Church, !Brooker, with
beautiful flowers and food and Preaching, 11 u. m, Training
heart" at the Morgan church cemetery.
at the
young :burial in
for kin-ness shown to us Jnlvii, 5:43: p. m. Eveulr. Wor
Feb. your
Road Chapel Saturday In chargeof
were
to Rev. Gil- ,Arrangements hip 7 p. m. Everyone welcome.
in our sorrow, and
and again on Funeral
28, at 7:30: p.m. Johnson Hayes
Sunday morning March 1, at ley for the wonderful service: Horn". Gainesville. -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor, kF.

11 o'clock. The public is lr.- thank. you .all.- Ed Todd and::!. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS .
fa.. nw! of Mnnteen Todd.
vited to attenl: both services. CHURCHSunday
Benefit BarbecueAt
.
= School 10 am.

t I- Raiford Church Worship Service 11 a.m.
Evenlug Service. 7 p.m.
.. Friday Night Cottage Prayer $ :EliHp4'A
A chicken barbecue supperfor
New Course In "
A $ Meeting *
the build'ncc
the benefit of
fund of ,the New River Metho- Thursday Night Prayer '-' "'">'!' ....B:; .
Meeting in church. 7:30 <:"! :_., .J_v33tattS '
t BASIC I ELECTRICITY dist Church will be held at : pm. ,i"A :
Youth Service, Tuesday night a""" IS
the Center In'Raiforj -
Community 7:30: \V, .. ft
1 p.m.rf' ."
Saturday: night, Feb"28, .. > Ivy Luke Pastorr e '1=:: .Of I '" ::
lillNS starting at 6 p.m. ,' lh. huh( It fads appointed ogency ,in Ihiv' 't'1pa
Suppers 'are $1.25 each, withno ,f ''V world 'for spreading 'rht knowledge of Hit lore tat'
t tt ,
t FEBRUARY 17th charge for children under ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL + : for' man and of Hit demand for' mon lo..,ponti ::
siX. Tickets! will .be available. CHURCH, STARKE a ''it'1 to 'that lovt by loving. hit" neighbor, WtthoulIhit If A17lv.

at the door.Following. Holy Eucharist. 8:30: a.m., grounding, in the bra of' God no government ''V
IIR.lWOtlJlSIIJSlmA t the supper there 1st. 2nd and 3rd Sundays. 4th =:i or smut, or way of "lift will, long t a:tt .

t win)\ be Gospel Singing featur- .Sunday:: Morning: Prayer. b 'g 1 sAt persevere and tht ,fretdomt which wt hold to tAt

Vocational-Technical Center ing the! following musicians: Cfcurch School 10 a.m. Family V. dear will, ,inevitably' peruh Therefore, even IVs

t Cedar Creek Gospel( Singers of Service at It 'G 'P ::: 'from D....nh point, ol'view. .one should support :::
Sanderson; New River Gospel FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'A\1 the Church for the take of the welfare ol him 'AlV \'
Nights ,_,,,..,am
and Thursday STARKE '
Tuesday Singers! New River Church: ell and hit. 'family, Beyond that', however, t'V,
Richardson! Family, Sanderson Sunday, March 1 Brother" i\:>\ every. .".. should uphold and participate ,in ::
t 7:00: t 1o '10:00: "'.'1. t tt ; Lester Griffis Starke; hood meeting and brtakfast, i A\f (he Church because it tills the truth" about A\ti

Cathy and Sharon Starling, 7:30: a.m. Sunday School 9:45: ; '" \y, ''V
man f life, death and destiny, the truth whuh I. .tt
Limited Enrollment Macclenny; Redoing Family, Morning Worship !&t 11; sermon i l alone' will, set him, 'free to live at o child of j'',
t tt Evergreen Baptist Church; "Blessed Is the Nation .. A\ .
t (Maxvllle: Gospel Singers Max- Whose God Is The Lord." Train- tf:3, God ;'

Phone 964.6150 vllle Baptist Church: Alvin Ing Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship : :-J'--<::-- ,--<:>-J...... :.-...-<:J

t and Gerajdlne# Grlffis: Ralford. 7:30: ; sermon, "Thou Shalt (..-.. Ad 3. < .+
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t Not Steal. IIIII ? f il1TI! 1:
Monday-Week of Prayer for

= Home M'sslons 9:30: .a.m.; Ida
Darby group in charge of program -
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Choir Practice! 7 p.m

. Tuesday Week of Prayer WILLIAMS BRADFORD STARVE BUILDERS

. program, 9:30: a.m. Loren Ep

. person group in charge. Junior JEWELRY CO.SUPPLIES, Inc.
ABSTRACT
Choir, Primary Choir, 3:35.: GA
. meets. 4:15.: Featuring Ace Hardware
Better Service I For Your
. Wedne'dayoWeekday Bible! Official Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies

. Class 10 a.m. Family Night Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Goods
Supper 6; Week of Prayer pro BULOVA WATCHES

: gram, 6:30: ; Ethel Biggs groupIn Abstracts "Check With Us First"
: -- charge: Prayer Service.! 142 W. Call St. Starke
Teachers and::! Officers meeting, 219 Washington St. 9645270FAULKNER
Title Insurance
. 7:15.: Church Choir Practice, Phone 964-7064 _

. 8:15.: 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
Thursday Week of Prayer
.
program Annie Armstrong STARKE 4466"SERVICE

. .group in charge, 9:30: a.m. Vie-

. Itat'on' 7 p.m.

Friday March 6Week oJ Ph. 9S4-7231
. prayer program Helen Masters Bill Edwards GULF SERVICETire

. group in charge, 9:30: a.m. Tire Truing c;,
-W, A. Hogan pastor 4 CJt"
. FIRST UNITED/ METHODIST Headlight Adjusting ... .'

: Your mailman is : STARKE Brake Service ; 4.1 U-HAUL RENTALS

Sunday Church School, Wheel Balance and oj Truck Trailer
9:45: ; Holy COmmunion 11; .M'..-'"..

: going to the bank : MYF Snack Supper! 6 p.m.; Alignment Carl) Hurst Phone 984-6111 Complete Lubrication .

MYF Meetings 6:30: ; Evening ROAD SERVICE
PROMPT Minor Tune-Ups
. Worship( 8 p.m. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE

. Busy or not, save yourself an extra MondayGIrl Scouts, 3:15.: All Minor Repairs 1011 N. Temple Avenue :
Tuesday! WSCS Executive 301 and 100
. errand'or special trip to town. in good Committee 9:30: a.m.; WSCS 617 N. Temple) Ave. Starke Hiway PHONE 964-5899

General Business! Meeting, 10;
Bank here by
. as well as bad weather. Brownies, 3:15.Wednesday: *10 S. Temple) Starke :

. mail at any hour of any day, holi- Children's BRADFORD COUNTY

. days included! Take a minute to Choir Rehearsal, 3:30: p.m.: FLORIDA
Prayer Meeting and Bible:. TELEGRAPH
. Study 7:31: >. ..
ThursdayGIrl Scouts 3:15: : OFFICE SUPPLIES EST
:
: Ask or write us for free Youth Choir Rehearsal, 7 pjn.: EDWARDSGrocery '

bank-by-mail forms today! Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30.: TYPEWRITERS ONTROLt
. and Market
Saturday Confirmation( > Class, ADDING MACHINES '
,
. 10 ajn.
-DeWItt T. Faratee. Jr. Pa Groceries Meats Feed OIUIUCAL t0. ..

tor PHOTOCOPIERS: !from $99.50 GAS AND OILto

FLORIDA $625. Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
(MADISON STREET of paper work.- Jack and Gladys Edwards .
BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 964.5745 for FREE :
Opportunities for service: LEGAL FORMS. U. S. 301 Sooth Starke :

. BAKK AT STARKE Sunday, March 1 Sunday t Inspections and Estimates ;
PAYROLL ENVELOPES: PHONE 964-5312 :
. School, 9:45: : Morning! Worship. ,
11: Youth Choir Practice 4:30: ;

: Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. : Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:45: CLAY ELECf RIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc. .
Training Union 6:13: : WMU

: One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group : Worship Prayer ,Circle 7:30.We:1nesday: 7:15: ; Evening' Owned By Thos,,'We Serve In Twelve) Northeast Florida Counties "Helping) Our Members Live Better :

: RA GA, Sun Electrically") -Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911Missionary

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7:30: : Church Choir Practice

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Cafetorlum was the setting fora ... ..u
PTA meeting and Founder's 1 ".''' ... ,
IlKeysfon '..
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e Hilttes- Day program honoring the '!-' .

I-'j school's retiring librarian ''I" .'

Miss Emma Kate Mansfield 4years (Special to the :ten.Sandy
By JIM POX Thursday, Feb. 19, at 8 p.m. p Sun)-Macdenny's Wildcats: expanded Grayson was the big

Plea** Phone in Year, Items 473-4148 PTA President Mary Brokas fjVt a one point halftime lead man for Keystone Heights as

_. SILVER TEA presided over the business session in the second half and dosedoui he hit for 27 points on seven

-- ANNUAL Annual Silver Tea Green Cove. preceding the Founder's their 1969-70 regular season field goals and 13 free throws.
'HEALTH-SEX program chairman Mel Taylor. The 16thv March 9 Is Pre-reglstratlon Day program. She recognized George Wolfe also hit in double
Church above the .500 mark with a
EDUCATION PROGRAM Mrs. Darden spk briefly of of the Community Day for these three events. School Board member Richard figures for the Indians when

'D Dr. Mary Zellaer chief administrator the European trip she took Women will be held in the March Educational March 10, 4-H Modeling:! Clinic: Lovorn who discussed the Importance g ; 4-53 victory over Keystone he scored 12 points.

a. S. Bryan Jsnninjs last June with: a group travel Building on !March 18. D'strict'! 4-H Council of Federal impac / .Heights. |

Elementary: School in ing under the direction of the 18 at 2 p.m. This U a seated meeting 4:30: p.m. at the Bradford money to the Clay County; school The win gives Macclenny a Macclenny captured the Junloi

Orange Park has called a American International Academy tea and reservations are Im County Extension Office in system. The loss of these funds ,, 13-12 mark to take Into district varsity contest with a 53-38 vic

meting! of the Health-Sex Ei- which offers 12 package portant. This special event Starke. March 21, All County could be very detrimental to competition this weekend while tory.

.ucatlon Commiuse. o' Clay deals for over-seas tours. with] the theme of "Spring Events Exh'blts and Fashion our local schools Mr. Lovorn the Indians are 8-13 for the KEYSTONE I HEIGHTS'
: GnylMI: M3-
'County fcr 7 p.m. Wedn sday. Following the introduction: Time" is one of the highlightsof Revue. All 4-H members may said. He stressed the import- season. 27,. Wolf M-12, Warrtn 1-4-21 Hunttr
darch 3. in the Boar Room which Included pertinent in- the social season. enter the ance of each voter contactinghis 0.. Htptlnitill. 1-1-4; Lltno 01I
National 4-H Poster After battling to a 12.12 first .'"nd,'ll J-2-1. Total I 1JJ53J.MACCLENNV .
of the Clay County School Administration formation concerning travel Baritone soloslst: Jack Janes. Art Contest. Individually or In congressman urging that period deadlock the Wildcats
Swan Lake. will present a Federal impact be Included H. Crtwt 1311: O.
and tour of money
Building. Green arrangements by the teams. Entries must be in the took a one-point lead at the Crawl 2-04t Ktnntdy "'.12; Cowling
'Cove Springs. academy Mrs. Darden showeda > musical program accompanied Clay County office in Green in the new budget. of the 1.1.3; HIP Mfi M.lk.nhou.. 2+10'
his mother. Mrs. Florence Ray Farris spokesman for Keystone High I halt. Then they came out and TMrpt 10.2, Mirvcy JJ-lli) JMWMH
by !
Films literature and other filmrtrtp outlining the itinerary Cove .
by March 15. Prizes of School, relating many amusing 011.) Tottll 111I44.Kr
committee submitted outscored Keystone Heights by
teaching materials: relative to and schedules of the Janes. at the pl.a.no.Mrs. cameras will the nominating tM MUfKII. ) 11 II 11 It-M1J
be presented to anecdotes her famIb'.s
concerning _
trips.In. James Oook. general the following slate oi five in the third period and M.ccl.nsiy 14 aIn
health-sex education which each blue ribbon winner. involvement in school and
her chairman has announced the officers for the coming year: three in the last period to record the Suwannee River Con-
In closing
used Mrs.
be remarks Mrs.
vlll Clay County Ralph Tomes of Keystone community; activities.
Mrs. James Zowarka president ference
Tournament
chairmen: last
] next will be Darden explained that following committee Miss Gertrud Houser the the victory. week-
schools year reservations Heights is 4-H leader. Parsons vice ,
shown at this time. The meet- are now being acceptedfor Program Mrs. Walter Grollck: PERSONALSDr ; Dr. Mrs.Phil Albert Dazey, final speaker continued with George Kenned) hit for 13 end, Greenville won easily over
president Keystone
"
Alex ; Heights 86
fig Is open to> all Interested a European tour which Refreshments. Mrs. .and :Mrs. Richard Malm- secretary and Mrs. John Swe- the history of the local school points for the Wildcats while despite Sandy 64
; Grayson's 40-
parents who wish to view the will start June 19. Participants Gaunt: Tea with Tables., co-chairman. Mrs. Jack, gren of Washington! D. C. ger, treasurer and specifically with MissMansfield's Duncan Harvey scored 11 points point output for the Indians.

materials or hear plans that will leave Tampa on this Haberstroh spent! a recent weekend! : with There were no nominationsfrom dedicated serviceas I and Murray Mikenhous added
are being suggested for next date and! will return to Tampa Mrs. Don Morgan: Reserva their parents here. Dr. MaIm- the floor, and the entire a teacher and a librarian.

yearS curriculum. following a tour of five European tlona. Mrs. David! Nelson ((473- gren Is associated with the slate was elected. The new officers Following retirement from
Charles Smith -- ---- -- - -
If sufficient Interest Is voicedIn countries.For 4119)). anl: Mrs. National Institute of Health In will be Installed at the the Georgia school system --"- - - -

the Keystone Heights area additional Information ((473-4313)) : Decorating of main cancer research. He Is the son final PTA meeting in May. Miss Mansfield accompaniedby _

concerning this new program contact Mrs. Darden at 473- 'tea. table. Mrs. John Rufflnl Of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Milm- A $15 appropriation was authorized her mother and sister, came 4 ( \ VOICE of fheSPORTSMAN ,

the Kystone Heights Fact 4270. and Mrs Rlcharj; Sunderland: wren and his wife Is the daughter for the Debate Club tc to Keystone Heights" to enjoy"a 5. 't4t'

Finding Committee will coordinate HERE 'N THERE Decorating guest table Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Han. purchase necessary pampMets life of leisure. However, \

the necessary plans for Chris Zowarka. a jun'or at Miller Wrinkle: Decorating and research. materials. Mrs. her retirement was to be only I

materials to be on display Inthe Florida Central Academy in stage Mrs. Marshal Gallop and son.Because of the prevalence of"flu" Brokas commended the club temporary, accordl.ig: : to Miss \
'IE'
local area. Sorrento spent a Icng weekend Mrs. Roy Turknett; Hall arrangement In this area Preslient for their fine efforts and encouraged Houser. It was not long before : By..MIKE CHITTY
Miss Mansfield had been ''' ..
with his family the Jim (seating), Mrs. Bar. Fern Hanson parents to support the per- : .. 's'
; Dr. Phi: Parson U chairman cancelled the regular suaded to return to the class- ;.
Hostess in wuwwuwuwHI. :
Serving '
Zowarka's.Miss ry Wyman: debators. -
jf the local advSory: group Games Day of the Fellowship
and -----
room was
teaching
as
t..orklng1th the county Health Martha Shapffpiguest ____!___.__. '!n rIBI__ Charge.. Mrs.__ Ray__u__Farris.1 _: _Hostesses __f. Club last week Among Mrs. James Zowarka, program four classes in one year.manyas .
lor- reception uo mmu.Mrs. chairman, introduced local Sports Fans! Nice! to be i few
of honor1> at dinner 'the cars and
Sex Education: Program Com at many who have been on the At the conclusion of her tribute back caught 63 Specs.
Howard Roy Bridges, Mrs. Arthur businessman Al Watson who with you. It Is my pleas- Sunday
mittee.: Johnson's! In Gaines. sck! list are Mr. and Mrs. A. to Miss Mansfield Miss morning, Roy caught
BOY SCOUTS yule on Feb. 17, the occas'on Mannerlng and Mrs. carol P. Hall Mr. anl Mrs. O"','M presented an interesting and Houser: !! was Joined by elementary ure to infrom you that those a 10 3-4 pounder! and Brenda

Rob Dazey Steve Ashton fcsing! her eleventh birth:lay. Rohlln: Guest Bok hostesses Duncan Mr. an* Mrs. William humorous history of educational account of the facilities earlv teachers, Susie Corn to and lately.Specs have been tearing it up Shields caught an 11 3-4

Guests included There, Kate Mrs. Albert Bachmann: Chairman Plnon. Mrs. Ethel Florence in They've been bedding,, pounder. Alan
Lester Ketch and Tom Wilson Weyman in the Keystone area, starting Harris reminiscing and averaged catch-
Aiemiers of Boy Scout Troop and Marie Gaboardl, Mrs. of Gifts. Miss Marilyn Mc- and the Rav T< rrls family. with the first area school at :about their enjoyable experiences as well are being caught on Jigs Ing 13 to 20 Specs per night

105. have been busy during the Margaret Gabsardi: Shari, An. Bridges and Mrs. Ernest CARD OF THANKSMrs. McRae in 1835 and continuing working with Miss as on poles last week Griffin's! hal good

past month landscaping the gela and Valerie Prevost and Lean: Nurscery Mrs. Thomas E. A. Rushton wishes to through the early 1920's. Mansfield. They were. being! caught recently business over the weekend all

grounds:! at the Masonic Tern- Mrs. Gecrge Schaeffer. Gregory: Serving at hostesses thank her friendi! fjr the many Following his talk, Mr. Watson Mrs. Brokas concluded the by trolling with Jigs witha of their boats were out Sun.

ple. These Sicuts: have been Martha's brother David Sin.aeffer tea table. Mrs. John Hlmble express'ons of sympathy, prayers introduced Mrs. Ben program with the presentationof Minnow on (the hook. When day.

working under the diiectUm! of and her s'ster, Mrs. And Mrs. William Walz; Pub cards. and memorials, dur. Christoffers, Sr., who was an a silver pen to Miss Mans. they're on the bed (which Shipman's Camp (west shore

tol. ani Mrs. Ed Timmins Henry Majann both of Jacksonville Itchy Mrs. P. P. Egan. Ing the Illness and death. of instigator of the first PTA field as a token :Df the PTA's they'Jll be off and on now Santa Fe) reported that Specs

...ho donated shrubs from their hoste::!' a family party NOTE: All members furnish. hen Father and Mother chapter established in Keystone appreciation for the fine ser for awhile), they wont be do- .are bedding in Alto! and Lit

property, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert for Martha at the Schaeffer's Ing card tables and settings. Heights. She discussed thlPTA's vices rendered to the school ing anythng! trolling. But tie Santa Fe. according to re
have them at the edu-::! n-fl srrsrrs Sr tsp jstsMELROSE by this outstanding educator. when they leave the
home please beds! temporarily
Dazey. on Peach St.. followingthe > inception, and the early : ports. Mrs. Shlpman f's in the

; Twenty Scouts attendei: a. birthday dinner !n Gaines- tional building by 12 noon they can be caught hospital. BO there were no
Tuesday. March 17. trolling. So you fellows better named
repor's.Slim's .
at the airport last ,
camout ville.Mrs. 'yyyyVVYVVYYVVVVYYVYVINDIAN
EASTERN STAR Stock up on Jigs for
Henry Schuber Is now trolling, Fsh-n-stuff!
advancement: Clara Sullivan Willlston Keystone
as
feekend an spent '
The election of officers for and casting the beds.
at home following recent:: surgery on Well also reported
ward party. A five mile na- By Joyce Rowe Sunday with us also. let's several nice
at the) Medical! Center In 1970 was held at the Feb. 17 BEACH look at some of our reports catches. They sail
$ure hike was Included:! In the We have another new baby that Cat.
activities. Gainesville. All reports> indicate Chapter meet'ng! of the Key- in our family. My cousin, Bren- for this week.Griffin's fish are being caught !fn Lowry
that she Is feeling much stone Heights OES!: : Incoming da Land of Lodge least shore Lake. One ,
Scout Troop 105 will sponsor Lain iMtn Fe) Carnpville had a man -n' "M in a
EASTER VACATION Santa
Fe)
better. worthy Matron Mrs. Jo. Reed: 10 lb. baby boy Friday night. reported quite! a few 12'4 pound Catfish
Michael n.
(their Annual Parent Night Ban- Melrose School Byt; ChtttyPk. that he
even'ng. March Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin! Worthy Patron Gilbert Reed: Elementary 415-2111: Congratulations Brendal! good catches last week. Tuesday caught on earthworms> nlong
quet on Friday Mattle Lee children will enjoy a sixday'vacation : Roy guided!
entertained Mrs. Mart'n's broth- Associate Matron Mark Reddish Starke, spent :Mr. Wilson With 30 Specs.
13 7 o'clock in the Education : Larry Aikencaueht
at
A ocate! Patron including Thursday.M.'rch LAAAAA&&AA4AAALAAAA. and they caught 50
Klnysbury: Specs and 4
and
al Building of the Community er-in-law and sister Dr. andMrs. Thursday Friday with Mr. a 9 pound Bas In Lake
Ross of Pittsburgh last Floyd Koons: Conductress Betty 26. through Tuesday: and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. Bass. Alan Griffin came In Bedford
: Church. A Court of week Slices; Associate Conductress March 31. School:: will resume Greetings, friends and neighbors Among out neighbors who have with 24 nice Specs. Roy guided Well as
Honor anti: the awarding of Jackie Weeks Treasurer, Wednesday morning. it's good to be back with been bitten Mr. Bamberg and you can see. the fish
Mrs. Frank Jones is at home ; by that ole "FlueBug" they brought are biting: better these
will dav.
badges for advancement following her recent stay In Vera Ownbey: Secretary Bea ELIAM BAPTIST you again. Thank the good Lord. are all the Robert Lanier In 30 Specs, and three Bass so we better

Ije held at this! time. Alachua General Hospital.> She Schroeder: Sentinel Homer Ellam Baptist Church sponsored ( I think Mother and I are about family, poor Bobby even had that'e l'hed 7 pounds each. catch some get cf 'em.out there and
Scout Commissioner WalterMoore battle with the flu So until
revival recently with over our Wayne
will be confined her Slkes. a pneumonia on top of the flu Williams and party next
to home week
of Gainesville: will be for a week, before returning to Worthy Matron Joe Reed an- members of the Baptist Layman's. When that stuff got a good George Ellis has also been from Plant City were up for a luckl' "Goodbye and good
the guest speaker for this hold of me, one day I felt like
nounced an Open Installation .. Witnessing: Foundation: bitten. .. ,
her teaching '
position at oI'
Keystone I was going to die, and the
meeting. of officers for Saturday. March conducting the meetings.The Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard
TEEING:< OFF! Elementary.Fred 14. at 8 p.m. Members their Foundation consists of next day I was hoping I would. were in Valdosta Ga., last Clay Assessments
Dodd> is at horns following
So I all
Forty members of the KeyStone families and friends are in- 200 laymen frm seven states certainly hope you week visiting Frances'mother 2443 mills.! Hill.!?'jc"oui'i: ; Counreenrid :

Golf Club and their recent surgery in theGalnes1l1e vited. Hostesses for the social who travel at their own expense :- are fortunate enough not to get Jack and Marge M.ixfleld and Double Bradford'sTotal ty is nt :21flO! nell: Gul!
Medical Center. the stuff like had It.
My
guests participates In. the Annual Wally Muhlhofer received hour were Mr. and Mrs. George to speak to various mother Cricket we usually takes sons. are...living !n.the Larder value! It nt 2320: m'll. atnnatp: ? ? is at
.. Sil of all real
Wash'n 'on we prop-
George cottage. want to extend a 22.04 Alnrhn
lino.
Tournament held at the excellent reports from his doc Colirin and Mrs. Amy McElrath. groups over the news for me, but she late welcome to the Maxflelds. tery l in Clay County' is :avertwice BrrvardCo't'mYn :
ver 1997
CUB SCOUTS .
The Grand: Chapter of FlorIda l!> 4ft. Dado
tors at the V. A. Hospital: : In was quite III herself. But we'reback that
Nell and Don in
Thome BiaJforj
and children :! Countyand >
local club Sunday afternoonFeb. 21.34
will convene In the Jacksonville Pack 109 will hold the annual Eo'a"n! 1').03. Hamil
Gainesville an3 to be again and have some news
hope Andy and Louise the mlllag> is ..
Betty lower
.
according -
22.Tourn3ment. ; ton
Blue and Gold for the 1931.;; K
Coliseum April! 710. Mrs. Banquet nt"no:! Lee
for here
home at the end of th's week.MI" you, so goes.
Char. are home from a two-year stayin t to [a report: cn 1969
Chairmen Bea Schroeder has the Infor boys at the Parish House Monday night, we had a call 1989 Mcirc:? IflS'i.! N.a'l
and Mrs. N. Watson Har- values
Hawaii and have been visiting released by the off of .
les Head announced the follow mation. Thursday::! Feb. 26, at 7 p.m telling us that Kathy Crawfordof cs 21.BB Fl-'lH' "f 0,">. "u. tm
denburgh have State
recently mov- off and on with Nell's sis-
Comptrollsr
in!* low net winners In th's 18 VNVEILNGDEDICATION Mothers of th> Scouts met Starke had a baby girl. Kathy Fred O. 2060 St, Luc: 11.20! !! Salasota>
ed their .
Into new borne on ter and family, Lou and Jack (Bud) Dickinson
hole best ball match: MIllie last Wednesday to plan the close 20.10 Walton 21.41.GLASS.
Lake Geneva. Mrs. Dorothy C. Newman and her family have been Miller and children. They al Bradford
property totaled
values
Tuttle and Gordon Bullock We received accompanid by her mother food for ths! carry-in supper friends of ours for nearly 15 celebrated Louise's :.:.:.:.:: ... ... ... ......
Martha word: from Mrs Betty first $63,771,900 in 1969 according t ::::::::::::::::;;: :::-;:-::-:.:::.::::.:.:.:.:
first with a net 60; Robert Jordan of Starke that Mrs. Bert Christ- trers, Sr.. attended which will serve any aai all years, and she seems nearly birthday on Thursday. : to the z
Hayes and Don: Shackleford, members of the Scout families. like little sister. So I report. Clayproperty 11
her parents :Mr. and Mrs. William the reception md dedication my guess Judy Thomas and daughter values total I !
second with! 61: Aggie Watson The could I'm Honorary $147,008-
Lewis enjoy reading the ceremonies of the Henry only stipulation!: is you say an Lori are spending this week 155.

an:i Fremont' Toiler, thrd! with Keystone flutes at their nsw (!. Schumacher Inpatient Service -- that advance notification be Uncle. Wedneaday, Mother andI with Judy's parents Mr. and Millage in Bradford: j m;| FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors 1
62 'they won the tie after given the I spent most of the day with in 1969
home in Boorke Island!, Alaska. of the Children's Mental regarding planningto Mrs. James Robbins, while her was 18.50
with Clay 1
reported at I
matching cards and Su Dwyer my aunt Tennie Crenshaw in
; attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis still own Health Unlit, Gainesville Medical husband is in Jacksonville, for 15.82.
and Marty Martin, fourth with :. Center on Monday Fsb PTA PLANT SALE Gainesville, along with Grand- drill.
the r home on Little Bedford Union 11
62. 16. At that time there was an The date has been changedfor mother Copenland who was Mr. and Mrs. James Leigh County property val- FOR EVERY PURPOSE 11f
Lake where they resided! white
j r' Silver Flftswere awarded Mr. Lewis was associated:: w1hClay : unveiling of the portrait painted the Plant Sale planned: for spending the week over there. spent last week with Fred and ues with were reported at $21,443,797 i$ i

I the four-place winners prior Electric by Mrs. Newman of Dr. March 7. Due to the cold Aunt Teenie's daughter Peggy Vera Swearingen. mlllage at 14.16 mills.20'est SHEA'SGIASS

> to .th" -. happv hour :and covert Cooperative. Schumacher M.D., LLD, (Doctor weather, it has been pcstponed Mersey of Theressa and another Although a little late, we'd in the three counties. 1 j j
Congratulations extended -
are :: aunt Clara Sullivan of Eighteen of the 67 ,
t ed-<,ilch dinner which was of Lawsj for whom the new until Saturday March 14. Mr,. IlKe to extend sympthey to Pete Florida : CO.
to Mrs. Lewis who will celebrate
r
! Wllllston. We were later Joinedby countes: reported mlllage higher : Q
held: at the clubhouse. and Barton and all his family
her first unit is named. Th's was the Betty Duncan. Ways upon :
birthday in 172-4J15 1
Aunt Teenle's other two than Bradford's.Taxes J7Z-4JSI
the death of his '
. ROTARY CLUB first for Mrs. Means Chairman reports quite father Howard :::
opportunity : III]
N.W.
' Alaska on March 5. children, Joan and Jerry Cren- Barton. ass!!:! bv B'adford'3 4HiSolfMivlll PI.ci :
I Mrs. Carl Darden, a student: Chrlstoffers to attend any of a few plant donations already :: SftXXft&Wmfff&ff
shaw. Sunday morning, we mll3g3! totaled : ::
Joan and Crenshaw : 882927. That
Jerry
at Santa Fe Junior College, the unveilings of her daughter's from various individuals who picked up Grandmother Cope- is slightly! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ::: ::: ':: : =:$
over half the
brought Grandmother
Copeland $1,169.30 -
was g.-est sneaker: at the Keystone TYPEWRITERS: Manual air portraits. aren't Involved in PTA. These
land's brother and sister-in-
'I home as Saturday after : County.
she had
$ Heights: Rotary Club last Electric. For ale or rent. hOMEMAKERS CLUB ,are greatly apprec' el.:: Keep Bradberry
law, Howard and Lena -
spent the week with them and Union taxes assesses .ota1e d
,Friday she was introuced:: by Bradford. County Telegraph. The monthly meeting of the the calls comin 475-2666. of Oxford Ala., who came 1 their parents Teenle and Roy 240378.

Homemakers Club was held on WOMAN'S CLUB down hoping to catch some Specs 1: Crenshaw, in Gainesville Hijhsrt tax rat In the state; KEYSTONEHEIGHTSDIRECTORYBEAUTY
Feb. 18 in Clay Electric!. Hall The guest speaker Mrs. while they're bedding My aunt Is
Don't CHOP. reported !in Duval Co'inty al
TREE Helen Marshal. a'soclated'
t with Mrs. Emily: !son presiding with LEEON'S CORRNER

DC PULL Mrs Agnes Cuendet, lead- the Florida Times-Union In "The Bug"
.
1 F- I er training member. hal: attended Jacksonville for 44 years, was Mrs. Marv cwk and: Miss Iva
STUMPS :
BLAST! the Council: meetingand Introduced: by Mrs Phlll'pKromer HlI1v r. 52V4 rfs. Let me tell you something,
presented a demonstrationand at the recent Woman's February[ 17th winners end' I have a warning for you.

; If T OUR STUMP GRINDERS discussion on home repair Club meeting. Mrs. Marshal placlngs were: first r1a"e, Mrs. Don't get caught messing
: C.
Items with the assistance of spoke In a most entertaining W. Hardv and Mrs. F. T. 'round

;: REMOVE ThEM INEXPENSIVELY Mrs. Imogene Rittenburgh. way cf her career her life Houe. 50H T>"I. pco"d> place,,, With that ole Bug called Flu.

: FREE ESTIMATES home extension.: economist. her interests and number one Mrs. Gay L'vlnrston and Mrs., e SHOP

: CALL 376-1766 : complete brochure was given hobby rOse culture At the Ray Sfarn, 46 pts. Third I When your head and back starts

Gainesville" ...'. by the Extension Departmentfor clo-e of her talk she was presented place. M'ss Bes'ls Rutherfordand : aching, KEYSTONEBEAUTY
SAPP'S each member with a lovely pink African Mrs. R. p. Voh. 45 pts. And that sick feeling comes

TREE SURGEONS A motion was) passed that Violet. FO'Jrth place, Mrs. R. A. Ken. over you SHOP

future meetings of the club be Th, div before in Mrs. Mar- dall and Mrs. Edward: ) Long-, I can warn you now '
4IaftII1f.. OsrrS.i
held in the civic room of the shal's column, she had refer- sleeker 44 pts. You're coming down with the aid OUw. Baar atyl-

municipal! bullying since parkIng red to her "lack of luck":: with Mr. and) Mrs E. H. Bartlett Flu. ,. ......,. farm oC ....

facilities at Clay Electric: hoti.e plants and had been for. attended the wedding/ of a cou. ,...;;.- on......... N: e....
are Inadequate. The convenience ced to give them ii,. The lady sin. Miss Mary Nemeck. at It'll surely get you down, flI ......

: of the municipal! buildingit choosing! the phnt obviouslyhad Palm Beach and traveled on You'll have those aches and

. is hoped will enable more not read that particular down state. They stopped at pains. 1,11, NURSERY -:

,. homemakers to become active column and there was considerable Lehlgh Acres near Coral Gables You'll feel like calling Mr.

.. members.. mirth at the Woman's to see Mr. and Mrs. Wil Jones KEYSTONE D.C. Carne Nursery
. liam Langley and her To come and get your remains.So .
Club. mother HIGH
The Keystone Club Is one of SCHOOL
,f nine units comprising: the Clay Hostesses for the luncheon Mrs. Mable Couser from New Thousands of plant
. better
York you all be careful. ClassNings Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
,. County Council with Mrs. Rlt- portion of the meetingwere State. Mrs. Langley is ambve. Keep Aspirins ready and
your
. tenburgh as county agent. and Mrs. Helen Whitton, chairman; Orange Juice Jug. Amirica I Fne", blf Evergreens
:IMrs\. Myron Prevabt Jr. as as- Mrs. A. Schoenman. Mrs. J. Old friends, retired dary! far Take good of Camelliaa &: Azaleas
care
Why Walk When You sistant. The clubs are affiraled Robblns. Mrs. L. Helton. Mrs. mers' from Vermont> who winter And stay away from yourself that, Gf'JWEEK / MOST ALL IN CANS

with the Florida Agricultural N. Malt-do and Mr*. C. Hag- in M.aml. Mr and Mrs. Ball Ly. "Bug" PLANT ANY TIME -

Extension Service of the University glund. Tables were decorated? :: ons. were paid a visit by the

Can Write? Check With Us! of Florida. There are no with arrangements of camel- Bartletts. They were delighted: "- DELIVERY Beautiful ROMS -

dues. and all materials and to observe a harpy group of LandscapingPhone

: programs are prepare, and distributed lias.The next meeting win be a animals at the Lion Safari. 18 The C Your choice of stones 659-2185

the Extension ,business scss'on. miles west of Palm Beach and TelegraphFor Encrusted initials
through with Mrs.
: End walking, driving around to pay bills heartily 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on
recommended this
Service. The county offices are Maud Watkins principal of par-
: "Write" your money the safe, quick and easy way. In Green Cove Springs. Melrose Elementary School ticular excursion. There are White or yellow gold Hwy. J00[ at. Fjorahom

: Open a checking account with us. You'U enjoy 100 lions, zebras Office Supplies I Diamond tops
The 4-H Girls Clubs are un- giving an account of the School and antelope;
: added prestige, too.KEYSTONE. der ,the programming of the Ex-: : BreaVf Program. all the African animals are "- Phone 964-6305 10K or 14k gold

.. tension Service, and club menaiber DUPLICATE BRIDGE presen'ed and ell roam at will.1 Design under stone S. E. MeKA Y. REALTOR
Senior Memtar 8 c-iy .(
. Mrs. Marguerite Quagllano. Winners and placing for the YOUR REPORTER

STATE BANK Is assistant leader. Mrs. week of February! 10 are as HOLDS FLU RECORD Residential AppraisersMortgage
701 Brokers
Mildred: Peyton is teaching beginners follows: f'jt place M-s. B. A. Your Melrose reporter now 0\.95 Woodburn'sGem We Help Toe Flasses
to to class" of 12 Allen and Mrs. holds (or huld> the world record ,
Member F.D.I.C. Keyrtone Height, FU. sew a E. B. Gos. 63 Trailer loU S5M. VII
"
;
aids each Thursday afternoon pts. S cond thee Mrs. Gay for harboring more of the Jewelry Tie Best In Lake Front

: 'Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly after school. Exhlb't D"y this Llvln,'ton and Mrs. Ray Star. various flu germs than anyone c: Homes. Acreage, RasCals

ColftNu Jty.- :year 'will include Events Day lies 39H prs. Third place, Mrs. else. During the past five Starke Fla. Mn. MU.a Jigs.. AMoelaUKeyitoiU
and a Fashion! Revue on March W. H. DavIe and Mrs. H. MIc- weeks this on! body has hosted :tal 666J ( Office 47J-UU

:21 in the extension office at kle. 56 V4 pfs. Fourth place four different kinds I Home 473-4740 47J-48II


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Sleeping Sickness --- 4-H Horse Club ,The show and Bale is National Computer to create this extensive communications ,in these offices will be able to Mr. :Sage::; added that GE Is

Threat To Horses open! t() the public. network to link :dial a local phone number to considerjngllnking some Euro-

VaccinatedSleeping Meets TonightAn Susan Edwards of the Stark Service Linked by customers directly with cen- 'link input-output devices with pean cities to the new U. S.

Unless Livestock 4-H Club continuedthe tral computers.Paul the nationwide system. The computer network by satellite

organizational: meeting of Edwards winning traflt'on! Local TelephoneA W. Sage, general manager .various offices will be able to communications. GE earlieruse
sickness or e ubeencephalomyelltts 4-H Horse :by showing the Grand ChampIon of GE'a Information Serv- stored informasaid it was spending $20 ntI-!
take a the Brai.'jrd:! ;! County new nationwide computer centrally ;
staggering toll of may Florida' mOWfT. Club is set tonight (Thursday). Steer at the North Flora!:!, service enables users to hook 'the ices Division said he expects tion and processing programs. lion to expand time-sharing-

horse population unless animalsare February 26 at 7:30: p.m. at FaB Stock Show In Madison in by dialing local telephone new service to be a supple- services outside the U. S.

protected before the season : the Agriculture Building in February 23. Susan's. steer wasa numbers. ment for concerns that have ''7 -c-- .
of hot weather and biting insects c....,A. I Starke. Charolals-Angur cross steerof their own computers and operate > <
\ c The program will include:! a the mode-n meat, type. General Electric Co., is many offices or plants[

This warning comes from Dr. \ discussion! of organizational The spending $34 million this yearn I around the country. Personnel 7fBurke's Tree Surgeons!
Bradford County 4-H
menvbsrshio
G.W. Meyerholz,Extension vet- business such as! -- BBBBBBBBUh. l-BKiBb -
erinarian with the Cooperative requirements election of officers Council met recently and elected COMPLETE

Extension Service at the University !- and plans for future programs ,: the following tifflcers! for TREE SERVICE
"the year: President Walter FSCOTT'S 1 1I
of Florida. !! and activities. An excellent -
: U REMOVING AMOVING m TOPPING MWMMINQCASLING
Prevatt
\ Losses from sleeping sick- film on horses and ; -vice-president.: Kelly
ness in 1969 showed a significant horsemanship will be shown.At Richards: secretary -treasurer.! I ,, m CAVITIES SPffAWNGf I ,.E6/J'I'IG

increase, resulting in present.. the meeting is Diane Thomas: report Car STUMP GUtNPINGLicensed

the death of 272 horses in open to anyone between the ole McKinney and d'strlct' re Mobile Home SalesSLASH and Insured

Floridi. Unless horse owners --..... ,, ages of 9 ani;!, 19 yaars who presentative. Janelle Thompson. I .
having The or Free Estimate Call Bush Gulf Sta.
take appropriate action by owns or has' access!! to a horse. Council made up of
their animals vaccinated, ParenU are also1 invited. two( delegates from each 4-H

these losses can be expected New ManagerAt The Club is being organized Club In the County. It has Its .

to continue, Dr. Meyerholz Carp's Store because of the response shownat president and district: repressntn 9640736-: j
pointed out.Sleeping JW
a recent mset'ng'! when over 'vps on trip" District and 4.7361

sickness is a viral Wesley Stosffler is the new 40 youths and adults attendedan :! State 4-H Council. .
disease transmitted by biting
DepartmentStore informational! meeting to
of
mosquitoes. It affects the central manager Carp's Activities of the council include
'
nervous system resultingin In Suarke, having been hear the poss bilUles of suchan helping to promote, the

drowsiness, fever, difficulty transferred here from Palatka. organization discussed. total County( 4-H program:
in swallowing and chewing where he was assistant manager Adult leaders:! have also volun- through the council method of

and wobbly gait. Once the signs of Carp's in, that city. teered to asslsS the Club with representation. They also con- NOTICERegistration

appear, the disease is very :Mr. Stcefflsr Is: a native of its programs and activities.! duct County 4-l[ activities

difficult to treat. In Florida, Palatka. where he graduated For more information about such as rally .:i!,ays fair exh.bits. : -
about 90 per cent of affected from high school, and later this meeting. or 'the Bradford
contests .and awards: pro- for third trimester courses at the
horses die.These served two years wlih: the U. County 4-H Horse: Club call
losses can be avoided S. Army Mll-tary Pollca Corps your county agents in S.arke-: grams ami Junior leadership Vocational-Technical Center in Starke will be
and officer training. The Council -
by having a veternarianvac- la Germany. As manager of 9646554.OTHER will net monthly throughout held during the week of 'March 9, 1970. Last day

cinate against the disease, Dr. the local Carp's he will sueeed 4-11 NEWS the of third trimester will be June 5. 1970. Coursesfor

Meyerholz says. Two injections :: ; Roy Burnham who was Eight Bradford Courty 4H'ersare year.Preent high school credit general education typing
of vaccine 7 to 14 diys apart recently transferred to Brew- busy grooming their steers activ'.Hs in the A .
community t tt and shorthand; also courses!! for preparation for
are required. Hevaccination ;ion Ala. as manager. for the Greater Gainesville 4-IC Clubs throughoutthe
each year is necessary to maintain Mr. Stoeffler will be Joined Area Steer Show and Sale County include project:! LIVING COSTS the GRD Examination will be offered.

satisfactory protection. lw.- this week by his w-fs: ani schedule, for March 5. Members 'Work and record! keeping preparation -

Early spring, prior to the insect fun, Wesley. Jr. They will reside : exhibiting steers this year of 4-H exhblts! for Mobile Home Now Vocational and Technical course offerings in.

season, is the preferredtime In the Westmoreland Trail- are: Andy Harvey Libby! Har- the ..Bradfor! County Fair, and Buy a Beautiful chide bookkeeping, basic electricity, auto me-
to vaccinate for maximum!
JT Park. vey and Brenla Sorting of ipartlcipa'Jpn! C( contests and and SAVE! t chanics, horticulture, radio & television repair,
Lawtey 4-H Club' : Walter Prevail artlviti-s of 4-H t
Rally Day scheduled refrigeration and air conditioning basic clothing
protection.Movies Gary Prevatt, and Zack In Apr'l.' Our Low Overhead ;Means Savings For You! science.
Edwards of Starks Livestock construction, and general !
U. S. :301 North
4-H Club: Donra Melvin and 4-H membership! J is open to Phone 964-6657 -

Lee Sharks;: of Brcoker 4-H Club. anyone between ,the &n of ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET t The GED Examination which qualifies a person
Placing at the Florida The- The show !Is schedule! (.o be- 9 and 19. For rn"r* Info-matlon t for a high school equivalency diploma will
atre this Friday through Tues- gin ,at 8:30: am. March 5 at call your County Extension SJARKE
ON TARGET B/ERyrtME be administered during the week of June 8 thru
day is a double feature. the Galnesvilla Livestock Mar Office In Starke-964-6554. .. _ _
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12 1970.
"The Undefeated, which ket. Ths sale will begin at 7 ,
I stars two of Hollywood's most

popular stars-- John Wayne *"OT! RENT Furnished apart-
and Rock Hudson' teamed for nu-nt. 4 rooms and bath utilities -

the first time In a motion picture furnished. Couple only-No
an action-packed westernin Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg CARL BEGGS
Panavision and DeLuxe Col-
or. It is rated (O General Audience \ Gulf ServiceUSED

s.Also. THE KEY TO I PARTS

placing is "The Lost o Gracious Living Top Prices for Wrecked" Oar
Continent," a 20th Century Fox 24 Hour Wrecker Serrlo
release based on "Uncharted I Town HouseAPARTMENTS
book '" Fuel Oil -
Seas, best selling by =
Dennis Wheatly. It stars Eric I Used Cam -
Porter, Ihldegard Knef, Suz- 1 For Rent MSN WANTED Laundry PUMPS DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Hwy SOI N. W.ldo
ama Leigh, and Tony Beckley.It CLASSIFIED" AD RATES workers Kitchen aids laborer own a Longcnamp Home? George E. LaRue I 4IW-1W8
is filmed in widescreen and Furnished Apartment *. cottars parent, watch- NEW AND USED __ Better built for r>>rf4a living
DeLuxe Color.A I Up to 15 word ____- Ufl man, cook. and clerks ground- 4,SALES.P ARTS-SERVICE Vow pUnf or our INSURANCE AGENCYAuto I'
double: bill is scheduledfor II Buford Mitchell (Minimum charge) keeper. truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells Your lot or ours Contact >>u. Fire Homeowner WANTED LISTINGSOn
301 Drive In for Friday I Phones day I ford Mitchell. phone :C64-; Homes and Acreage. Buyers
the Bach word over 15 .07 week eight hour day. rVater Softeners & Filters LIFE & ACCIDENT
Saturday, and Sunday. 964.6853 984-8780 Ctate retirement vacation. Expert Service On 68\1.! POBox 238 "tarke I Waiting. Strout Realty Beg

"Alice's Restaurant," star- Extra charge If not sick leave.If !Interested, please All :Makes! !tfS' Keystone Heights 473-46B2: Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.

ring Pat Quinn, James Bro- paid in advance ___. .35 apply In person Personnel ,. ph. 964-6609 S arke, pie
derick, Arlo Guthrie and Tina HOUSE FOR RENT -small 2 Manager. Sunland Train- Plumbing Service MEN WANTED Men cottage

Chen, is filmed in color. This bedroom unfurnished Ideal for Memorial, Resolutions Inn Center. QMnesvllle. Fla. | Phone 9647061DURRANCE II JIMMY MOORE'S parents age over 21. Starting WATSON'SHouse

film has a restricted (R) rat- couple conveniently located on An equal opportunity employer. PUMP SUN SPORTS \pay $329 month promotion op-
ing."Death 245: N. Bay St. Itchg 7 cents per word I AND SUPPLY CO. \ rortunittes and regular In- of Vacuum
Rides Horse" Is
a thg" I crasrs In pay. 8 hour day. 5 Many brands of new vacuums
the second feature at the DriveIn. MOORfC BOAT TOR
I
FOR SALE-1 purebred female CARDS OF THANKS INSURANCE day w ek. sick leave, vacation $33 00 up. Used machines from
A United Artists productionin German Shepherd puppy 2% SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic i, YOUR MONEY: :
I state retirement. If Interested.: all makes.
$10. Expert Repairs
Technicolor it stars Lee Letters & Numbers for interior. AT RF.DUCED RATES
years old. Shots and wormed. BO word or lese --- 8.CO Pturke I'h. f64-57111 Personnel l
Van Cleef and John Law.It and AUTO. FIRE. BOAT i plu.soe apply in person Parts and Accessories for :all
Pnillip Also 1 miniature black male exterior use. All sizes colors I
is rated M, for mature aud- poodle for -stud service-13 Each word over BO __ .07 I Bradford County Tele- DOYLE CONNER: Complete Outboard It Stern Manager Sunland Training Cen- vacuums. Built in Central *ac-
,
iences.to. Brraoh. tf INSURANCE AGENCY I Drive Service ard Repair t..?r. Gainesville Fla. uum cleaning systems. 712 N.
473-
months old Is AKC. Phone
felt I' I Complete Fiberglass' Repair. An equal opportunity employer. Main Gainesville 376-7110
f\ 4133. tfchg MIMOSA MANOR PHOTOCOPIERS: from 99.50 Cu. t 0 m- uJ1't Fiberglass .

wants MOBILE HOME PARK to $625. Take the drudgery out Flshl-g Boat.
BAIRDMobile WANTED: Used! Wrlnwr-Wash-
SOU FILING CABINETS Type Trailers and Spaces For Rent of reaper work.-Bradford Countv -
writer Stands, Desks. Chain,, Phone 964-7498. tfchg Tplegraoh tf Homes EZERASE TYPEWRITERPaper er. Will pay cuh or take In Smith PlumbingAND
Safes. Bradlord CoontjTelegraph. trade on anything. DAHMER'S,
join us in SEWING MACHINE Cleaned. NEW and USED Notebook Fillers. 964-7923. tf-Chg

Europe this oiled and adjusted In your 8-10-12' WideGainesville Prodfnrd County Telegraph. Supply Company

summer 1970' FOR SALE-2 lots Inside city iller Brown home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner BUY SELL. TRADE: Used I WILL BUY: Used Appllan ...
limits 110' x 110'. One a corner rep lrs also. All work fuirante- Furniture TV'i Stereo anything : -
students for lot._ Phone 964-6610 tfchg :J- .. e1.: Dennis! E. Cogging Phone Good Quality Furniture. Appliances. Toy, of value. DAHMXR'8.: Contracting and repairs
.. Tools. Wlmberty's Trading
CLASSICAL EUROPE: INCOME TAX Preparation. 613 -- JllJ1 4.11-1428 tfrh ( Reasonably: Pricedalneqvllle 378-2785 Post. 7434 Blandlng Blvd.,,'SUPER STICK Vinyl Pla.lUC\\ Plumbing Fixtures -

Rome Florence Venice, W. Weldon St. Phone !9644511.Itp A. T, Thomas!, Registered! Real Jacksonville. ticks. Letters all _sizes colors. Permanent Water Heaters Pumps -
eTvIced' Guaranteed and
Munich Montreux .Paris VolkswagenNew Estate Broker since 1953. Socializing Delivered In Starke' Area for use on wood gins,\ Irrigation Iron Filters
London. In appraisals for estates plastic paper metal. leather. Water Softeners
STATE TROOPER wants small
& Used 1..0' corporate and Individual NO EXTRA COST!
>. ANYTHING I -Bradford County
For information, and exciting Mm, efficiency apartment. Sgt. Col-
presentation write or cell lo I Sales Service owners Thirty years experienceIn "!II 441 N. 450 NW WtllGalre Telegraph. tf
your 964-
lins, Hwy. Patrol Station
cal Advisor 7300. 2tp 2-26 Florida Land Matters. 205 N. .vlle! 37S- 715 ISER1rIC'E I SAVETIME 1 PHONES:
I1 Ml. North of The Mall Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla., Tel. I FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bed- 961-6023( or 961-5832

FOR SALE-Nice clean 1954 GAINESVILLESEARS 9(54-5701( tf room trailer< outside city limits.
l.fil! :./1m'JT' : : 1.UJ.I"fIP:" Small opptlancesq : "'f _
Chevrolet $395.00. Bobby Lewis! Ftnrl'e Hardware Co. 108 E. tit") ". J. B White 9644114. tfchg (Please make 8 nfcte of,
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Mrs. Faye Darden !>64-r 453 or 964-7116. tfchg I FOR RENT: TV sets. baby 2ilt St. P'lone IIR4- :nt. tfch ., .. .,.;.'. our numbers In you'
beds. elee. guitars amplifiers. I z. WANTED Experienced cook.
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Rt. 1, Box 120.A ..: 1: phone boot)
Keystone Heights Fla. FOR COMPLETE CARE Of I refrigerators: day or w !ek. DA- FOR SALE Concrete block .... ( '. Good pay. Relief work. 4 shifts
HMFTt'3 !9B4.7H23 l : tf-chg .. itf weekly. Apply in person Longhorn -
32650 yards and cemetery lots In irm. e: 3 bedroom. 1 bath. een-I ; >. :
Tel. 473-4270 Starke and surrounding area 'ril 1 hept A nr! conditioning Cor- ;: : Restaurant. 301 South
Pie ,
HAS FOR SALE ReglstreJ '
contact Larry O'Neal at Jones 'r tnt Pho"p OR4.'S1B7 tMhg I. /'( 'tfch
Herford bull 2 years old. Also: .' '
{ .
I : '
\ Funeral Home or call 964-8200. EVERYTHINGSTARKE some register Angus bulls.KMfi1l4 EUNICE NURSERY ;;; I: THREE ACRES high and dry,

First on 4tchg 3-12 < tfchot Pers'mmon Pear and Plum]I I ; i if on paved! road 2 BR sold SPRINGHOUSE!

WANT experienced sewing trees Si'suma nnd Kumq'iat.' .. frame h?use. 14 x 18 )living!

machine operator, apply In National Sewing O-namentnl hri'br, all type! : \ : room, separate dining room.

the person at Cadillac Uniform Phone 964-6848 Machine Co. m1 north rf L:-wtcy on Hiwav01 : .. t( ./ Big 2-story barn. 13750. one-
I Mfg. Co. 441 East Brownlee t-irn nt "'(?n phone 78-J-34S5! \:& third: dwn.:
i Starke. Itchg Largest! selections from whichto tfchg MJ BILL POWELL. BROKER WASHING
choose. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco : 064-6484 cr 964-6810. tfchg
!
green VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- New Home. & Universal.! FOR SALT: Select Northern CASHPROFE55W.M
FOR SALE -Chev. Pick-up % \ FOR RENT: Large unfurnishci SERVICEFree
fc ). Al-
MASTER Add Machines with This Ad Worth $3.00 0.n -b wh'ts! ciuan (breeder
ton 1968 long body. Radio : 315 N. Clark St.: $75
R Tennessee ; hcrss.
@ subtraction. SPECIAL. this 'o T nn's "p. s.
heater. At. Low mileage good month only $69.95. Ideal for Purchase or Repair!* B'onfls:! and Button! quail. E. R. m'nth.! Phone 964-5311 or 473-
shape: 1750. Ph. 964-7733. Itp 611 W. University Avo. 378-135:; 4719. tfchg Estimates
Branford
home or light office work.- Bowers. P 1 B;)x 206. t
./ Bradford County Telegraph. tf Fh. "OOA._Btchg[ 2-26; T/P5/ P \lYT. t\D\
1961 Dodge Perfect Condition: Reuc:! > sae! and fast with Go- FOR S. LF; -Chicken fertilizer.cea..t. \! I 964-7361
$350.00. Phone Damon Whitak- Bss T"btefs & E-Vap "water 'AN'TEn-Cah'e' ? to: 4 rronth SUPPLIESMARY : : --ervlce. Will put i

er 964-6466. Rt. 2 Box 29D. REMINGTON CASH REGIS- plls"! Andrews Pharmacy rl '. .J'q'I'I.> H,rofo-d or other; f rtm '1'.tr"s :ak in houses. Moved ,I
Starke or at Buck's Groc. on TER: 2-total electils.! slightly fitp 2-26 gl::-i stock. Ph. 964-6971. I to Hampton. New No. 468-1985'1
IIP used Cost new $120. Save $100. 4tp 2-26 I 1969
, 301. I IPO'n W. A. Prevatt. Stchj FOR SALE Plymouth
IIP lawn andpatten Our sale price. $320.-Bradford: CLEARANCE SALE AT Fury fully equ'pped incl. A-C.
12-HP tractor WANTED-To buy lot close In. County Telegraph tf FAYE'S FABRICSbonded Stnv.STreated: < kiwlt'irtand Lawn Mew rs-we service whatwe I Excellent condItion $2695. Ph.

Would consider one farther out wools and weave reg. v'e3ther20c each. sell. Starling Farms Sup- 964-7035 after 5 pta during
FROM ALLIS-CHALMERS If price Is reasonable. R. F. IRRIGATION SYSTEM for sale. $3.<19 now J2.41! bondel knits $2.25 doz. Special price on larcr -I CARTER r!" 225=" W. Andrews St. tfctu week or anytime on weekend.Itp.
Self starting! engine. Bradford
:n:: Powerful 12-hp engine Allan Rt. 2 Box 115-A. Haw- pump. regr $2.98 now $1.9-Our Villager qitartltles. County
witlt standard 12.voltstartergenerator thorne. Fla. 32640. 3tp 3-12 1.000 ft. aluminum line. Sprinklers like Sweaters reg. $1498 Telegraph._tf PAINTS FOR SALE 841 Ford Diesel

to-( cover 3 acres at one now $10.!"iO. Many: more savings.We Tractor with loader. Power STARE 301 NURSERY
0 Twenty-one forward Home For Sale 3 bedroom. !setting T. W. Baker. Lake Ge- nel-ome Mister Chars and PUBLIC NOTICE steering nail:: new brakes. Very South at t City Limits

\ d speeds Patented mower attachment central heating. with Lot 100' neva. phone 4734704. 4tchg 2-2fi RinkAmprlcard. Highway 301. WANTED 10 Z EAST good con'mon." 2295. Phone I Azaleas Ro.ei! it Ornamental
by 105. 10500. Call ..t". mi. north of Waldo. Someo"* to assume payments BROWNLCC i 37(-2548. Gainesville. tfchg shrubs' Citrus on Trifoliatia
I prevents scalping 9646120.UP
1ST MORTGAGE FOR SAL& vi SINGER: DnI OMATIC SEW- STREETFILAMENT : I

D Year 'roundversatIItv, Starke. Florida. 7900.00 face 2tehg 2-261 INO ai CHTNE in b-autful wal- I FOR SALEJ.. D. Tractor. 2 root. Itchg

Ask us for a \ FOR RENT -Small unfurnished value an Interest birring! at "'tt cen'ole Mu't place In your ro'3 pt.; 3 bottom plow with FOR SALE1966 Boat motor
demonstrationOutdoor house. Phone 964-5724. tfchg 10 per cent. Paym?:-.t $84.90 per WANTED Wonvtn nge 3345.no sr'a t" a rel'able! ))1rtv. Bal.I cylinder $135. 2 bottom plow 3 Itr:1 filler 14 ft. Lone Star 33

__... month. Owner-occupied! in the I dependent own transportation -I rn-e mw only Sfi9."0 C'l! 333- pt. $80: 51 disc harrow 3 pt. Evlnrude motor.
horse
LOST Male walker hound- city of Starke. Fire and t'tl 'f not willing! to work d.oI I 194fi COLLECT. Ta-ksonvll1 I Ctrappinj Tape,.I S93 2 raw-; planters with fertilizer power
;
I f'lp-tric StR rti!''' a tilt tra'ler!
Products black and:! white and tan mark- Insurance. Will discount 20 pe:'I not applv. no phone calls: : day or nl-rht. nlc for c-ed V; x .,0, ya-*'. S .50 Single, boxes $35; 8" Delta table 600. Coll 964-7205. 2tchg 3-3
. Ings. Ph. F. D. McClendon Wai- cent. Wrte: : Mrtgage( For Sale.P. rt'pep( ( Tpl\r 3t Sfiokev' Hwy. mamsrr.Will deliver! no cbllgatlon !- lo'J.: Bra fjrd Cunty Telegraph. .. : saw $25; '59 Chv. Station

t. We are now Equipped do. 468-1112. Itp O. Box 7337 Orlando. Fla. or i :01 N. Sturfce. tchg 2-2B 4fchg 2-26 tl;r wagon. 6 cylinder standard FOR SALE-6 room block and
to Handle all Repairs Call Area Code: 305-424-4963.
your I Auction: At Geor*'! Ricks Sal- BUYING SILVER COINS current Inspection sticker and b'li-'c' horns with porch and carport
I'' on what we sell. IS $2.80 HOURLY WORTH 3tp 2-26 : V09'!. Saturday Feb. 28. 1:30: 1964 or older any condition.: Southern Marine tag- $195. Logan 1-4 ml!!. South: Giod barn and horse
A 5c POSTCARD TO YOU? I VV.do US 301. ltp I ell 1 5 o'
UTILITY TRAILER for sale. p.m. Dollars 2 00 up. Halves: Me.Quarfr !alJs with or seres
STARLINGFarm Easy to earn $15 to $25 daily. New rubber and hitsh $51. 'I, "It's All Gotta Go." 30c. Dimes 12c. CUrt Moved To Gainesville For Sale-Please con- I la-1: rash or terms with some
Prope'-tv
Distribute famous WATKINS Phone 964-5256. Itp Tools Antloue bottles. Crocks. I -'-- ATnrkt Price For rare :. New NameGainesville tae' SFC Albert Clarke Phone I Interest Interested call 964-
PRODUCTS to established! customers Rope be:'*. clocks: picture dates Si oL'er coins. We Buy.11. Marine 2tp 3-5 r>3<} come out and see on 301
In Starke. Full or part FOR SALE 14' aluminumboat frames. Bullying materials. 'I "- !. 'w\t -"ini. Bull'ngtons 9B4-6677 I ?H mll'.* or !ret information at

Supply time. Write WATKINS. Dept. Heavy duty construction Government Salv g*. and load Co'ni. Starke. Fl'1. 964-7271. LYNN HAMILTON MOR. FOR SALE-1 duroc:! male 18 I QHffU OH TV
M.S.. F.... Box 2447 Mem1>h1.. $100. RCA Whirlpool Freezer ft 1unk.' "Swiethl'-g for Evsry- I John Motors Cobra Boat I months old and one 8 month ,
Tenn. 38102. Itp upright. good condlt'on' $60. I body." Come early and brouQc WANTED-Someone to take uppymr'M old. 5T3-7007. 2tchg 3-3 FOR RENT-2 bedroom: furnish
225 West Andrews St. 40' x 4' chain link fence $20. I around. Located 1 mile north of of $95 per mo. on Mrfrlne. SnppHe t' ed house: convenient location;

Starke, Fla. 32091 FOR SALE Argentine Banal Call M. L. Pardue. 473-4944 Starke on 301. Ph. 964-5184. Col. l9 Plymouth Baurracuda. 1030 E. University Ave. FXPERT CARPET Installation.Call $60 month, phone 964-7582.

Phone 964-6062 hay, Phone 964-6123. Itchg Keystone Heights. lip I Wiley Cobb!. Auctioneer. ltp Phone 659-2137. lIp I OalnesvUte 964-7889 after 6 p.m. tfch 4tp 3-19

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