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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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..... Conclusion of negotia
tions between Vogue Man.

Charge ufacturing, Inc. and the

Bradford County Develop ate.

ment Authority for acqui

Made DriverIn rN.M' sition of the local plant of

Against Starke Industries on SR-

100 South was announced

Monda by DA ChairmanDon

Fatal Haas WreckBobbie : ..wr'z Hill.. t

The firm of II. II. Rosenstock

Lee Green, 46-year-old Clermont Negro. pia & Sons, owner of Starke Industries -

has been charged with manslaughter and "speedtoo was recently pur-
chased by Dell Knitwear, Inc.,
great for conditions"' following an accident here
of New York City, who d) not
at 9:45: p.m. Friday night, which claimed the life :: contemplate operations here.

of Sandra Rosamond Haas, 18-year-old Bradford t___ : Learning of this transaction,
School senior. the Development Authority
High Pictured after contract from left John
1 a r'isu sought out other Industries that awning ( ) :

Green posted ..1 $501 bond on The accident occurred 1.8 might be interested In relocating : Myers, Harold Vogel. Don Hill, Gerald Tucker.

the speed charge, and will ans- miles south of Starke on U.S. in Starke,offering steady __
wer the manslaughter charge 301 as Miss Haas and two companions employment and new jobs for u

at regular plea day. March 24. Mary Sue Underhill the local labor force.
1 and Donna Sue Lamb, both 17, 3 lake RecreationFeasibility
of Starke were driving north
Hill said that Harold Vogel
,
in a 1965 Mustang after leav- .
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ing the drive-in theatre. secretary ofVogueManufactur-
II Farmer With Miss Haas driving, the Sandra Haas was; driving this 1965 ing, has entered into a contractto
;Miss llaas fatally injured<
girls wera about! 100 yard}from Ford Mustang when it was hit and purchase the plant and site Discussed
the drive-in entrance, pickingup from the Authority at a price
of $79,434.74. to be paid off -
Protests speed after coming out on in 154 months at the rate of Feasibility: of a 'three-lake recreation back to the 1800'a! when Col.
the highway! : when their car $515.18 month. area In Bradford: Coun ,Comer L. Peek ant! Dr. J. L.
per
was struck from behind by a High Speed Wreck ty Tvas discussed at the Rotary Gasklns formed a company to
1966 Pontiac driven by Green.
FliP Trooper K.G. Ethridge Vogue, which is a subsidiary Club Wednesday. Feb. 25. by drain tha area and promote It
Pasture said no skid marks: wore left of Manchester ManufacturingCo. M. O. McMUlan, local surveyor. as a rich farming and cltrun
by Green's car before the Im ., Inc., 1225 Broadway, New The speaker reviewed the growing section. A canal 'was
pact. After impact. Green's car York City, will manufacture history of the Sampson-Crosby- dug At skidded 166 feet, while the Mustang boys casual slacks, as does Rowell Lake section, dating Rowell with Sampson Lake: and
FloodingA traveled 64 feet in the Kills Starke ManJimmie the parent company Vogel said some work was done on Sampson -
outside (northbound) traffic they expect to :be in operation River the outlet from

lane, then 84 feet on the east within the next two weeks, withan CountyTo Sampson Lake to Santa Fe Riv
meeting with Georgia Southern shoulder, turning over 11/2 initial work force of 25
and Florida railroad officials times in a distance of 38 feet. Bell, 30, Starke to 30 persons, and a gradual er.McMillan said it 'would be
has been requested by Mills Haas was thrown 67 feet was .killed early Sundaymormng increase over the next yearto feasible; to connect the three
the Bradford County Commission from the vehicle and was: pro when his 1970 possibly 100, mostly women. BackFiremen lakes so that small boats couldgo

to discuss enlarging the nounced dead on arrival at Dodge Challenger, -traveling from one to another by :2.1-
culverts under the railroad in Bradrord County Hospital. over 100 mph, crashed The plant will be managed by gang a canal between Crosby
Sampson Canal. Miss Lamb was treated for Gerald Tucker, who was mana- and Sampson, a d'stance of 2.-
The meeting was requestedafter minor injuries at the hospitaland into! the rear of another ger of Starke Industries, and 200 feet. He sal a Rowell Lake resident, released. Miss Underhill, vehicle on US-301 south most of the former Starke Industries actually benefit Crosby by providing
Maurice Edwards Jr., told who suffered Injuries to both just inside the city limits. employees wll be retained it with an outlet which

the conmlsslon: part of his jaws, was treated here and dead-on-) Vogel sild. A resolution backing any or- would help prevent flooding
pasture is still flooded by high later transferred to the Gainesville Bell was pronounce Bradford: County ganized fire department in the such 811 experienced ,there In

water. Edwards/ asked the commission Medical Center. Her condition arrival at the Cutting and 'Inishine[ facUlties county with goods, services, the fall cJ inco.
to see about: having the Is reported satisfactoryand Hospital. :! by Lake covers
passeaer ., will be added to the present or cash was pn.ssedMOI1lay Since Sampson
Luke Starke a
,
culverts enlarged. she is expected home this Troy David plant necessitating con- !the Bradford County Commis almost lour times the nr"a rf
,mach discussion week.Miss in Bell's car, and
After <<
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the water. level in the
of foot
struction a 2,003 square Crosby,
Chairman Zedra Hamilton Instructed Haas Is the daughter of Jones 46 Lincoln City driverof sion.The
addition to the..bUlldlnn. Add brief resolution reads: large lake: 'Would rise only five
Clerk Inman: Greento Mr. and Mrs. William S. Haas the second, vehicle, 'were ."
itional the Is author. level in the
expenditures by noN "Bradford County Inches, and the
write the railroad and attempt of Route 2, Starke. Mr. Haas treated and released from BCH. "
.
Fair. company for equipment and new ized to contribute annually in small lake would:), drop 19 inches
to set up a meeting with served as Soil Conservationistat Jones, In a 1964 Ford
fI!
out construction will total around cash, goods, or services to any assuming that the level In
county officials. Hamilton told the Starke office for 14 years, lane, hfed turned onto the
I $43,000, Vogel said. fire ""department, in two feet higher
organized Crosby was
the clerk to tell the G.S & F and was recently; transferredto side lane according to City
'them who -. .. .. .. c -. --.v"-.., the county, any amount >deemed than Sampson at the time such
at
officials he will meet the Alachua-Gllchrist Coun- Patrolman Calvin Pace,
their convenience. ty District office. investigate-:!! the accident along!' This I is the 1970 Dodge Challenger in which Following the signing of the necessary! to assist such fire of a canal wad opened.
Edwards asked if the county Miss Lamb Is the daughterof with Patrolman, ] Glen Sapp. contract Monday, Vogel said his department In performance McMillan said ''that a start
Jimmie Bell was killed Sunday mornln ;. Photo was Ks duty." Introduced ''by Commissioner toward recreaton! hud: already:
had contacted the railroad! officials Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb of Bell was traveling behind company wishes to become a
about the possibility of Plnebreeza Subdivision, and it Jones at a high rate of speed by Starke Police Department a* the Car appearedon vital part of the community, Ralph] Bryan, the been mad: in this: .arm with a
enlarging the three culverts. was! the Lamb\ car that was In-. Patrolman Pace said and left the scene. and expressed hope that their resolution passed. unanimous county-owned) : boat ramp and
When told no. Edwards: asked volved in the accident. 413 feet of skid marks before .. relationships with the town and ly. picnic facilities at Cypress Run
that the request be made. Miss Underhill is the daughter impact. The Dodge skidded plant employees will be one It amounts a recognition of on the north -side of Sampson,
"The people in Starke com- of Mr.and Mrb.Jack Underhill the striking the rear of which "will bring mutual satis the fire departments ant another: public bont landing!
plain about the water: and I of Route 2, Starke (Brown- sideways its left front faction." Bryan pushed: Monday for of-
complain. when it gets downto lee Road). She was: honoredat the Ford according: with to Pa.ce.Bath q ,14k (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Pao: Four)

me" Edwards said. the recent Chamber of Com- aide vehicles ran off the 1i. -.9 "I would like to extend heartfelt -
Water covering his planted merce banquet as the Outstanding the four-laned thanks and appreciation to
pasture has cost him $3,000 Young Ad,lit (girl) for her 'right shoulder of traveled rd. John Myers Chamber of Com

Edvn-:! !said. Ho told the board leadership In school, commun- highway. Jones north car before mote manager and Don Hill, Secondary Paving I
the high water is a serious ity, and church activities. Her 260 feet further out chairman of the authority; as
was
matter to him. father is employed at the Starke coming to reel. Jones around well as the entire board for
"It affects livelihood post office. of his car walking
my their efforts in behalf of our
he sold. "How many of you Green, reportedly, was on when he ,arrived 8t the scene locating: here, and also for the Priorities EsablishedComplying
could stay in your present job Ms way to visit relatives In Patrolman Pace salt: warm hospitality; that has been
if your income wts cut 25 Starke at the time of the acci- The !Bell car traveled about extended to me, as well as 1
per cent," he asked.Commissioner dent. 100 feet northward after the r others who have visited Starke with a Department ed oJt Monday.:. Bradford County -
Ralph Bryan Both cars were classed :as impact. Both passengers) remained from our corn oany." of Transportation request, tho has $43,000 in scroiidiry ,
said he d.)esn't think the high total I losses. In the car. Bradford County Coin n'sstou- road funds available to it, according ,

water that is retained is being The Ford caught fire and "I hope that, with the able ers have established; a list of to the latest report
caused by the railroad culverts.He burned Both cars were total assistance of Gerald Tucker five secondary roads: they would from the DOT, according/ to
said he wasn't interested in losses. Pace ald. like to see paved. Commissioner J.M. (Buck)
plant we will be able
contacting the railroad becausehe accident occurred at 2:22: manager Nonnon.:
The The catch Is, the county has
doesn't feel that is the ans- City County am. Sunday.: !March 1, 57 feet This is the, rear of the burned 1961 Ford Fair- to and generate well being economic for the growth entire secondary road funds availableto The commissioners will attend -

wer to the problem. Inside the city limits, Just lane driven by David Jones of Lincoln City. The community," Mr. Vogel said. pave less than a mile of next Friday, M:.rch 13.
Bryan also pointed to tho re- north of where Chandler Street car burned after the crash. road the commissioners po'nt- at 3:30: p.m. !In Lake City; the
connaisance study made for the Intersects US-301. annual hearing the DOT) holdsto
county by U.S. Engineers which Buy Fill Dirt Services for Bell were held Infom: each county; of its
states that to correct the Alligator Tuesday! afternoon from Jones status on secondary road funds
Creek flooding will cost Memorial Chapel with Rev. and paving. The Bradford officials -
$6 0.000. Annual costs wouldbe Lacy Conway officiating. Bell County To Condemn will meet at the clerk's

$38,000 compared to24.000 Dateline BMSAn :was an auto mechanic, a member office in the new courthouse at
in possible benefits. Bryan said of the Baptist Church 2 l>.m. next Friday and leave
reading' from the report. WW n veteran, and a mem- from there for Lake City.
If the railroad culverts were a Projects placed in' the priority -
He
agreement to jointly pur- Moose Lodge.
lowered It would dI"aInSamPII: ber! of the list by the Brad'ordCom
of land for fill
chase 10 acres born In Erlanger, Ken
Lake, Chairman Hamilton said. was missioners are:
dirt was reached Tuesday night tucky June 28, 1939. Land For
Edwards agreed itmlghtdrilnthe by the Starke City Council and Surviving are his parents:' : Drainage l 1) Placing flashing signals on
lake, but pointed out aspillway the Bradford County Commission Bell SR-225 at the New River rail-
Austin and Margaret
: could be placed in road crossing.
Sampton Canal which, if Starke: one sister Mrs. Norma 2) Pacing the Peasant: Grove
equipped with control gates, Jean Neeley, :Maryville, Louisiana Instructions have been given salts and the precedent the "Everytime the county' ; goesto mong others. Church (Head which runs between -
Negotiations have been underway : his grandmother, Mrs. County Attorney Theron A. board will set with the Hess get land they'll ask 'How Attorney: Yawn, who has estimated SR-16 and SH-22), the
(Continued on Pace Pour) by the county for some Etrausie Stapleton of Interlachen i Yawn to proceed with preparation case. much are you going to payme' costs of the Hess condemnation Brownlee Road, northwest of
weeks by the county to pur- Fla. of condemnation' proceed- ," Hamilton predicted if suit could reach Starke.
chase 10 acres of land adja- Interment was In Crosby,ings to obtain land needed fora Home the county pays for the Hess $3,500, said the land is valued: 3) Paving the Crawford Settlement
cent to the present land fill Lake Cemetery under direction drainage ditch at Heilbronn DamagedBy property. at $480 with the remainder of Road from SIt-!6 o
C. ( at Keystone Heights. Chairman A DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Springs. "We said we were going to, the costs being fees for the SR-225 past the old Jake Shu
oiUn r ErIb
Zedra Hamilton said Mondayat Some of Starke. Land to which the County Fire, SmokeThe but I think we may have acted appraiser, Mrs. Hess' attor- ford Place
the County Commission Commission seeks access is hastily," Bryan said. At that ney, expert witnesses and theboard's 4) Paving the Laura Church
meeting that the owner, Harold 4-H Horse Show owned by Mrs. Maude Waln- and point, Shuford said: attorney. The figureis Road which goes past the coanty -
home of Mr.
Crawford had agreed to take wlrght Hess. It has been val- new have
"There's going to to one he pulled from tho air, land fill and
$250 per acre, a total of$2,500, At Gainesville ued at $480 by an appraiser !Mrs. Walt Edmondson on For- be a starting point and a stop Yawn said, and one he doesn'tthInk eastward sanitary by the Laura Baptist goes
and to receive half the paymentnow employed 'by Attorney Yawn. oily the Road: one mile off SB ping point. I move we go ahead the costs will exceed. Church.
and half when the county This SaturdayAn The drainage ditch runs Into 100 south, was bally] damaged and condemn It and see what Yawn said he will file the 5) Paving Bessent Road !and
prepares its! new budget. All-Breed 4-H Horse Water Oak Creek and runs 'by smoke late Sunday after. it's going to cost. We don't suit as soon as possible and the dirt road into Plnebreeze
Show will be held Saturday, somewhat paraniei to SR-16. noon, when a sofa caught fire know what a jury will give that the county should 'je ableto SulxJivlslon.
The Starke City Council a- March 7, at the showgroundson The county has widened the and burned, unknown. to the her." take title to the property 6) Paving a short length ofa
frjWatch greed Tuesday night at Ham- Waldo Road, next to the ditch up to Mrs. Hess pro- family. The second was given by Commissioner within 30 days after that by road that 300? around Brook-
ilton's request, to pay half the Gainesville Airport. Admissionis perty, but has been unable to The alarm, turned In by a Nor.-naii.: The motionwas placing the required amountof lyn Lake near Keystone so thatit
Thi. Space cost, $1,250, and make the check free. Entry fees are $1. obtain an easement from her. passerby who aw smoke billowing passed unanimously. money in the registry of the hooks up with a road recently -
payable to Bradford County. The Alachua County All The area has been subjectedto from the home, was answered "Let a jury decide, what it court. paved by Clay County.
forAnnouncement flooding many times over by the County Volunteer costs, then we'll see how much
Breeds Horse Club Is a young SCOUTS PARTICIPATE 7)) Paving the New River
The city and county have been and active organization, and is the years, the latest time last Fire Department, who managed some of these people want IN GOOD WILL DAYBoy Church Road at Bruoker.
ofCommunity sharing fill dirt prior to the seeking help from the public month when water rose and to get the sofa out ()f the house drainage." Shuford added. Scout Troop 70 will dis The latter two projects were
agreement. The county has been drowned over 15,000 chickens before anything else caught Shuford said the commissionwill
Interest In further expansion and pro- tribute Good Will bags Saturday \ added to the list of projects
I ICourteay loading the fill onto city trucks motion of its program. It is owned by Harvey McCarthy. fire except some draperies and have to consider each case March to all named by the Commissioners.
for $6 load. So the Joint Consideration of condemnation it comes If the money's morning 7.
as
per planning to hold a series of ibi Ic-a-br'ac. up. vicin However, only the first five
purchase of the Crawford land proceedings has been made not available to fight a condemnation residents of Starke and.
of four horse shows, giving the Members of the family were projects will be submitted to
Is a continuation of the two by the Commission for months. being considered or lay Please. fill your bags and
people an opportunity to at home at the time, but were the DOT. The Brooklyn Lake
:: l1 governments working together. young take management positions in Commissioner Buck Normanhas (watching television in a backroom : the benefits to be gained don't place ( be otnmun'tt!tt a major activity and train them asked for a solution to and hat: apparently all warrant it, the Lawtey commissioner porch for pick up by the Scouts the top of the list for a time
Under the wet the the following Saturday: March
present conditions toward more responsible adult- problem at nearly every dozed off. They were awakened said, the board last year when a contractorwas
the new fill site will meeting for the past should back off. 14. If you have items too large
year.
in the but it has been
hood. Additional adult sponsors 'toy the cries: of a baby. who had area
tittc anL provide the only dry place for needed for each class in Commissioner Dave Shuford l in another Bryan pointed out the county for the bags, or furniture or moved down again.
been
are asleep room.
: either the city or county to provided the impetus for the faces similar situations In other appliances, place them near Last major project for which
Account. Now Insured i dig. Both have extensive fill the show. board's action Monday. Commissioner The' entire house was damaged parts of the county. He and the .bagS for pick UP, or call secondary road funds were allocated -
up to MO' .000 by ing of washed out roads to complete The cost to sponsors is $10 ? Ralph Bryan and by smoke and several Road Foreman R.E. Jones the Goodwill store, or Scoutmaster was the Brookerhydro-
Federal Deposit after the heavy rains in per class, or $40 for all four Zedra Hamilton questioned! the windows were b"oken oub by named Gum Branch: Sampson Don HardenbrooJf. at 964- .

.-- Insurance_. Corporation- February. hows. cost of future condemnation the heat. Canal, and Alligator Creek a- 6775, evenings. (Continued on Page Four)




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Dukes-Williams. Mrs. Putnam Beta Sigma Phi
i '('I ., Mr. &

Qfotln- terest I.\L'T'0 .\ 9 q'Y a Engagement ToldMr. Are Hosts AtEngagement Holds Rush Party:

At Country ClubBeta
aw' Mrs. Horace Eugene! PartyMr.
Dukes of Savannah. Ga., announce Sigma Phi's annual
WOMEN and Mrs. James F. Putnam -
W and,
the engagement Rush Party was held Monday
14A; approaching marriage< of their entertained at an engage- Feb. 23, at the taike Golf and
slaughter, Evelyn Suzanne, to ment party Saturday night Country Club with membersand
J Feb. 21, for their daughter
Bennie George Williamseon of
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7808* a SP4Jeffrey honored rushees enjoyinga
and her fiancee.
\Mr. an4 Mrs. Mack Lemuel Vickie Hippy theme "The Happening. -
Williams, of Starke. Jackson.Arrangements. ."
Members and guests came
'Rehearsal Dinner Carolyn Meng. The wedding will take placeon of camellias Jn costumes "and: prizes: were
May 2 In the Cresthill Bap- awarded to Mrs. C. W.
Slade
For Hunter-Meng r were used in the party roomS.
Weds Mr. Hunter tist Church. Savannah Ga. The refreshment table was as "best dressed" member and

Wedding Party In St. William's Miss Dukes graduated' from covered with a white linen Mrs. Tom Grant "as "Beit
I. Jenkins High School In Savannah -
cloth and centered with a cake dressed rushee.
Mr. end Mrs. A. H. Lagasss Catholic Church and Is employed by Atlantic decorated in red and:! white The club was decorated with
entertained at a 'buffet dinner St. William's Uv Mutual Fire Insurance Co. with the names Vickie! and huge wall posters: and stream
night at their home on In Keystone Heights was tn that city. Mr. Williams graduated
Friday of r Jeffrey Inscribed on top. The era in bright colors. Soul music
setting for the marriage:
Lake Geneva honoring( Mrs. Marie Meng to : from Bradford: High punch 'bowl at one end'' of the was played In the backgroundas /
Lagasse's son, Theron Hunter, Miss Carolyn Hunter Saturday School, and the University: of table was encircled with sable a "hot dogs & beans"supper
Theron Carl on
and Ms fiancee. Mtasl: I Carolyn I0 Florida, and is employed by waa enjoyed.
camellias.The
and
with -I palm :
Feb. 28, at 3 p.m.
the couple's'wedding of Engineers.
Men?, following the U. S. Army Corps .
rehearsal. Rev. Edward Kirby performingthe : Savannah, District. 42 guests Included Mr. Rushees honored! were: Mrs.
Several arrangements of ca- nuptials. Tom Grant. Miss Emily: Johns.
vartgated shades The bride Is the daughter oiMr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson, and Mrs. Richard: Rowe, and Mrs.R. .
In r
melllaj Little
were used: In the party rooms. and:! Mrs. Paul I. Meng of of T' I WomenThe Mr. and Mrs. Putnam and L. Kitchens. (Annette).
and few close
The thirty-one guests Included Hampton Lake and the groomis (families a The Model Meeting will be
members of the wedding the son of Mrs. A. H. Lagas- } little Women's Club will frienda. held on Monlay.: March 9. at
the Immed'ate'! families< se of Keystone Heights! and meet Monday', March 9 at 8 Assisting In serving were 8 p.m. at 'the home of Mrs.
and party ooi't-oNtown, guests. the late Carl M. Hunter of Lake p.m. at the club house. A nominating !Mrs. Ned Singletary Mrs. Ernest Curtis Marlowe, 1002 E. Palm

The honored.: couple presented City.: committee will be appointed Llndes of Jacksonville and S'
personal !gifts to their at- Mrs. E. A. Lamm, organist, : Hostsssss for the even- Misses Janice M 'bley end Mrs. C. W. Slade will serve aa
tendanU during the evening.Putnam provided: : a program of nuptialmusic. Wanda Gail Boatwright Becomes Bride Ing will be Jan Ritch and Kit- Sylvia Freeman. co-hostess.
'ty Hazen.
.
Mary Bollinger To the altar were Of Tommy Thomas In Calvary Baptist'Miss .
Flanking
Wed Mr. DouglasDr. ,..---.............I.. .........I..........
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and gladioli. Wanda Gall Boa wrlght, Manson:, Street Baptist Church, .
and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger Bill Meng brother of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs..Clinton fellowship hall where .bask ls:
announce the engagement and :bride, attended:! as best' man. L. Boatwright, and Tommy of white mums pompoms and! : FOR THE BIG AND SMALL :
approaching marriage of their Carlton Msnar. another brother, Allen Thomas son of Mrs. W. gladioli, and red hearts 'were
daughter Mary Grace, to JailEr and Roy W. Tyre Sr. were D. Thomas; and the late Mr. used in decorating.
Douglas son of Mr. and ushers. Thomas were united in marriage Mrs. N. B. Rosier greeted :
Mrs. Allison A. Douglas of Gulf- Miss Phyllis Meng attended on February 14 at 8 p.m. guests at the door and presented : INVESTOR .
port, Miss. her sister as maid of honor. In Calvary Baptist Church :! .them to the receding! Tina
The wedding: 'will take place She wore an orchid! voile gown' 'with Rev. R. H. Butler omcJating. \ composed cf the bride and! s
May 23 In the First Baptist ,r..wtr with pastel. flowers, featuringan Broom, their parents and; bridal 4.
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Church, Hattlesburg. Miss. empire waist, and full. long Decorating the altar were attendant.The .
The bride-elect Is a 1964 grad. sleeves., with an orchld-velvet !baskets of white gladioli and bride's table was covered .
Hate of Bradford High School. ribbon around the waist. In her pompoms Interspersed with with a cutwork cloth with nose .
She graduated from William- hair! she were an orchid net red hearts against a back. gays of white gladioli ana: red '.
Carey College In 1968 where / 1 crown with Inserted:! flowers ground:!, of branched:! candelabrawith camellias! at each. piase.: Center.!! .
she was a member of MENC J and; matching velvet ribbon. white tapers and emerald ing the table was! the bride's .
(Music Educators National Con. 1L She carried a single orchid cake. Mrs. Calvin Pace and .
ference); Delta Omicron Pro with "feathered!, mums. fern.Mrs.. L. A. Canova. organist, Mrs Jack Eave cut .the bride's .
fessional Fraternity for Women Miss Beverly Meng sister, of and! Mrs. A. W. Chapman, solo. cake. Mrs. Leon Dicanaio: kept .
Musicians, Carey College); fr2 the bride was a bridesmaid.She 1st presented a' program of the bride's book. SS \
Chorale, and is presently work- was attired like the honor nuptial! music. The punch table was covered .
ing on hen! Masters degree at' attendant. Calvin Pace attended as best with a cutwork cloth and was .

FSXJ. 1 f -JaclcsonEngagement The bride given In marriage man and the ushers werq; centered with a crystal punchbowl I. .
Mr. Douglas graduated, from toy her father, wore a white Wayne Boatwright and Wayne encircled: with emerald .
Gulfporb High School In 1965 ToldMr. crepe gown featuring empire Tanner. fern and red and white gladioli I.
and from William Carey CollegeIn waist, long angel sleeves and Miss Loraine Alvarez attended and camellias. I
1909 where he received' a and Mrs. James F. Putnam high neck. The collar and cuffs as maid of honor, wearing Assisting in serving were :I
Bachelor of Music. He 1$ a announce! the engagementof were: trimmed with embroidery. a dark pink 'brocade empire Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs. John /01
member of the Association of their daughter, Vickie Lynn. With this! she wore an im gown with low neck and sleeve- Andrews, Mrs. Ervin Andrews, I.
Church Musicians: Phi Mu Alpha to SP4 Jeffrey Jackson of ported llnger-tlp, lace mantilla, less. She wore a matching bow (Mrs. A. W. Chapman. Mrs. I.
Slnfonia, and president of Arlington Va., son of Mr. and And carried: : a nosegay of baby In her hair and carried a nose- Geneva Tanner. Mrs. Jerald .
the Association of Men Stu Mrs. Blake Jackson of Slarke. breath, pink! sweetheart rosesand gay of roses and' carnations.The Hicks. Mrs. Charles ZIpperer.
dents. He Is presently workingon Miss Putnam Is a/ senior at white shephanotls. bride given In marriageby and Mrs. Carl Tanner. .
his master's degree at Bradford High School. A reception was held in St. her father, wore an A-Une After a trending trip to Gat- S
Southern Baptist Seminary Mr. Jackson graduated and William's Parish Hall where satin gown with empire waist llnburg. Tenn.. the couple Is S
Louisville, Ky. .attended Santa Fe Junior: Col !Mrs. Robbe! Shaper greeted, and long sleeves decorate:! residing 620 E. South Street, .

--- -. ---- lege. He is now stationed at guests. Mrs. Don Seigler of With Alencon lace. Her floor- Starke. .
Arlington. Va. with the armed Melrose, cousin of the groom, length mantilla of sheer !illusion The bride and groom are .
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal spent:; forces.A kept the bride's book. : and Alencon lace was secured ;both graduates of BHS. The
the weekend In Fort Myers June wedding is planned. The bride's table was covered: to a satin pill box. She 'bride Is employed at Dr. Harry S
will' Mr. and Mrs. David Dal with ,a white cutwork cloth carried a cascade arrangementof Oruen's office: and Mr. Thomas .
and Mr and Mrs. Pat Cajey.
and was centered with an arrangement white carnations and red is employed at, Jim Hope S
of white bridal now- roses.A Electric Company In Gaines .
ers flanked by tapers in silver .reception was held In .
holders. At one end of theta .
SPEC/At. ble was a three-tiered:! wedding the,1 S .'..JI4I'II'I. ...
,1,1r S .
cake embossed with whits
daisies. Miss Betsy Matthewsand per year on regular passbook .

Miss Donna Reed; a cousin .
\ AQUARIUM SET or the groom, cut the brIde's S
cake i .

11! Assisting In serving were S
Misses Madonna and RitaMeng .
cousins of the bride
Mrs. Lena Clemons of Hill- '' .
crest, and Mrs. Francis Meng, .
aunt of the bride.
After a wedding! trip to the I. SA
4 Black Mollies Smoky Mountains in North II I

FREE .Carolina ''the couple will residein ? :.
$12. 99INCLUDES Wheeling W. Va. where the f1
WITH EACH 10 CJAL groom, is employed.Out / S

SET of town guests' attending .
: the wedding included Mrs. r rTr a.sS

Pump Bubble-up Filler Kit, Stainless Steel Lawrence Man and Mrs. Walter .
Reflector. Thermometer. Mouch of Toledo. Ohio, .
grandmothers of the bride, Mr. .
and Mrs. Sam Reed and daughter it
KITTENS-$2 ea. PUPPIES-$1 up > of Cocoa Beach, and Miss .

Full Line of Pet Supplies Elaine Chance of Jacksonville .


STARKE? pPr ( CENTER Miss Elaine Chance of Jack- .-... I' W. ., .. ..
sonville was the weekend guestof .
( I Miss Betsy Matthews and .
Af11DM ?ROM Bridge Winners Named :
OTMRE OLD CULNTNUUIEEATNLRRA. attended the Meng-Hunter wed- Duplicate .
.HAMT COLLIII.OWNERS afternoon
ding Saturday
Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. The Howell movement was .
Martha Moore shown above also used Tuesday night. March .
with trophies, were winners In 3, and:! the results were: .
wjwLnJruwrwJwi
the Special Annual Membership 1. Edwin T Prescott and Geoffrey .
Tournament of 'the Duplicate O. Wrenshall. .
Bridge! Club. on Feb. 24. A one- 2. Mrs. Ruth Broadway and .
winner type Howell movementwas :Mrs. Mable Oxter.,
1 used and the results were: 3. Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. and 5
1. Mrs.\. Burns and Mrs. Moore Mrs. George Miller. S per year on 2-year and longer :savinjrs. certificates: : $10,000 minimum

8714! pts. The weekly game is played .
ZALEAC 2. Mrs. Marie Dent and Mrs. every Tuesday' night:! In the'
Luelle Davie, T7Vt pts. Pratt Street Recreation;: Center. I. .
3. Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- and is open to the public. The I

79C line 77 pts.Christian. a first? 7:45: round p.m.Woman's.of duplicate starts I: FIRST FEDERAL OF STARKE s

--
BUD I. .


MANY VARIETIES AND Reception Church Given To Hear Club : IS THE PLACE TO SAVE :


For Reese Family Book ReviewMrs.

(Florida Peat 50 69CORTHO of the Ladies S
Women
pounds - 1 Council The of the First Christian E.will Ross Harris of Jack .
sonville be guest speakerat
honored and Mrs. .
Church : Mr.
the Starke Woman's Club
ANNUALS Charles. Reese and, family witha on Wednesday, March 11, at "Don't t Get Caught t
Ie SALE Time to Fertilize reception Sunday evening following 3:30: p.m. : :
Beautiful-Ilealthy the Sunday. evening! ser-
Ortho Lawn Food $5.95 FEED Mrs. Robert V. Turner Edu- j.
I WEED &
Ylce. cation chairman of the club
t..15 The Reese family recently With Your :
Buy 1 Bag $ Petunias will introduce Mrs. Harris who
2nd Bag le Pansies 39c Save $1.00Covers moved to TJtusvllle where Mr. will give a book review on

both for only Tray of 6 Now 2.500 sq. ft. Reese the First baa Christian accepted, ministry Church.! : of ;"Tears Margaret Are For Banister.The Living"by : Interest Down!" j :

held In the
Marigold The reception was
$4.46 Hostesses for the afternoon
bag Hall where the refreshment -
only $4.95 Fellowship
Daisies 79C Drill be:: Mrs. A. O. London
($5.96) table was covered .
(Others chairman: Mrs. Merritt Williams -
Covers 000-6,000 sq. ft Doz. with a white linen cloth and Mrs. Hazel Hitch Mrs.J. .

.centered with a crystal punchbowl D. O:!om Jr., Mrs. Aimee r .
I ORTHO LIQUIDFERTILIZER GRO-TONE encircled with iv'.7'and' Prandl. Mr*. J. D. Warren. .
FLORIDA camellia! Mrs. Fred Brawn Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Mrs. A. f .
PELLETS presided at the punch :bowl. W. Schulz. Mrs. D. B. Hardy .
Ortho Gro Greenol PUT The congregation presentedMr. :Mrs V. J. Spsngler Mrs. M.
Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft( and :Mrs. Reese with silver .
1st Gal. _ $4.98 oNTROtKUUUt R. Judd. Mrs. D. L. Silcox, and pI
trays Inarlbed with their names Mrs. Paul Raymond. SAVINGS AlfO LOAN ASSOCIATION .
Azalea / ( tO 49 bag2nd Starte.: S
$ and dales of service la .
Camelia The cttJiren. Jeff and Michele St Mark's WomenThe .sw
Gal lc Reese were presented, with I, NI w.in NflIOM mm .
- DELIVER
< WILL
539 K. CaU Street WE mall remembrances.Mr. o.o--
Rose Phone 964-5745 AND SPREAD ON and Mr*. J. C. Brown and Women of St. Mark's .
Lawngren YOUR LAWN FOR family' of LaGrange da. were Episcopal Church will meet "The
: House of Savings" j
MondaY. March 9. at 7:30: pjn.
Both for $4.99 Sl.OO PER BAG welcomed as the new rn1n1ster- at the home of Mrs. Kenneth
lag church.family at the Starts Grtder In Green Acres. ...........................4....


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; B.-Stokes Sri V"" ... ;:':,'. ',' .
! Girl Scout

Services Set NEW BOOKSAT ,'1 '): .:: ,.., l>. ,".,.. '". :,"-,. ,r'J V.; ? .. .. ...,' m;"' .'
/ f

; For P.M. Friday THE LIBRARYADULT Week Activity,. ,. ::&:i;....'>'' t.. .. ,:: >>'".'.r<' :. ..( ... "..' .. (] ;'..,... ': "r;.> >'

":"\,,, \: "..?, 6.\ ..... .' .. .:t* ...., >. .' .... ::> ';.f "*'
I Henry B. Stokes Sr.. 79. of -6 March 8-14 *; %

Starke.Starke died hospital upon arrival Monday ata Compleat FICTIONThe Werewolf- ( liJ1t cs8@! f1lilfl" '{PlJf/JJI! Oil/i ltlWlli/f,99/

afternoon. Several events have been
He waa a native of White; The Guilty (Head Gary; =
HUliard. a retired planned locally in observance
farmer and The ShipWhoSang- McCaffrey;
; a member of ,the Airpark Baptist Past Tense of Love. Cadell; of the 58th Anniversary of Girl ..:. ,, = -:
:
in -
Scouting America ::
during :::
Church. The Fame Game-- Jaffe; How -
Surviving are his wife Adel Young They Die.-Cloete; Goodbye March National 8-14.Girl Scout Week

Stokes, of Starke Friend Japrisot Circle CHURCH OF CHRIST
; three daughters ; Two hundred in the BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Mrs. Thelma Polk Brook. of Squares-- Turner; The Last Starke-Bradford County girls area CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF -EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn Sunday School 9:45 a. m.

er: Mrs. FaYe Pa:Jgett! Gainesville Place Left.- Pugh; At The Still are actively Involved in the LATTER DAY SAINTS H i"U-W.) \ Morning Worship and Communion tog Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth

: and Mrs. Lorrie Roberts. Point Benson; The Captors-- Girl Scout program including 1404 E. Bessent Road' Lawtey. Sunday School, 1Qa.rn.", .' Service. 11 a. m. Evening: Worship 7:30: p. m.; Payne Pello wahlp, 6 p. m. Choir Prae-. ..
Starke; two sons, Earl Stokes Farris; The Weedkiller's Daughter Brownie Troops Junior JtorntaB Worihlp 11:15. Sun services 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday t.ce.; Wednesday 8 p. m.
enving with the Army In the .. Arnow; The FlowersOf Troops and Cadettes. 1404 East Bessent Rd.SundayPriesthood: < day Night Service, 6:30.--Rev. :: : Worship service 7 : -Rsv., J. C. Saunders, pastOIAlOKdAN -- Rev Robert D. Burch''
Panama Canal Zone, and H. Adonis Sutcliff; No NudesIs The PTA program at South- 8:30 R. L. Bennett pastor. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell
:
Good Nudes Wodehouse a.m.
; ROAD CHAPEL
B. Stokes
Jr., Lamarque. Tex- A Piece Of Resistance--Egle- sid Elementary School on Sunday School, 10 a.m. sacrament --- Sunday< -9:45: a. m. Sunday GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
as; four stepchildren: Mrs. Jea. March 3 FINE7
centered around Girl LEVEL BAPTIST
6 Highway 100-A
Miami Golden Kas- p.m.
Boy-- 11:00
gon; School
CHRISTIAN a. m. Morning
HAMPTON
ale Fowler and Carl and Jasper Scouts. Slides of the girls at- MondavMia 7:30 Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning
tie Angels FallingElliott : p.m.
; ; Worship 6:00: m. Training
Byrd. all of Stark; and tending the local day camp on Worship 11 a. m. Fre-Ser- CHURCH p. Sunda, School 19 am.Iol'n: -
And The Green-
Mr. Jack :TuesdqPrimary 4:30:
p.m. School 10 m. Morn-' Union, 7:00: p m. Evening WorAlp. -
Sunday a.
Jo Williamson, Hampton: three stalksHorowitz;Decoy.-!Mu Kingsley Lake, Camp Neyatl Wednesday Relief Society vices (Booster Band Young: Evening I I.Worship. : Ing Worship 11. Training Un
Inlr.Worship at 11.
brothers Gent Stokes Patetka were shown by the Scout representative ion. 7 p.m Evening Worship
: ling; Just What The Doctor 7:30: p.m.JORDAN. People and Prayer Service), 6 Wednesday' ::lu Prayer Services
Lennie Parker. Brooker; and OrderedWatson; Carna- from Jacksonville, p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. 7. James Shaw. .' 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8. Wednesday Prayer :Meeting,
Frank Stokes Hawthorne; two varon's CasUeWebb.. Miss Kay Anderson. Troop Midweek Service Wednesday Pastor. 1:00 8 p.m. Rev. Don Drawdy.
MISSIONARY night- : p. m. Family night.
Isters, Mrs Victoria Johnson,, members from the neighborhood BAPTIST MISSIONU. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D., Pastor ,
Alma Ga. and Mrs. Llnnie ADULT NON-FICTION:: area attended the meet- pastor BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Parker Gainesville! ; 12 grandchildren Twentieth Century Interpre- ing dressed in their Scout uni- 8. 301 North behind Tutee BROOKER FLA. 'Airpark Baptist Church! K1NGSLEY LAKE$APTIST. .:
: and several forms and presented several Free Drive In. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday School. ':fS a.m.; Morn.
great- tations Of The Tempest--
grandchildren. of heir favorite songs.!! School 10 a.m. Worship Ser HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Ron Ing Worship. 11:00 a.m.; EvenIng Sunday School: 9:30: ; Training
Smith Twentieth Century Interpretations
Funeral services will be held ; Of Wuthering Girl Scout Sunday is March vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer (Highway 100 at Theresa) Bristol Superintendent.:! Training Worship 7:00 p.m.: Wed. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning:
at a Joh 8, and all troops have been Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Sunday School-10 a. m. Union. 6:43: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Stu. :Worship u am.; Evening Wor-
:
p.m. Frtiay !In the Airpark Heights--Vogler Brain--
; Inter invited to attend the 11 a.m. Leroy Olive pastor; E.: L. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Douglas Director. Worship dy. 7:00 p.m. Study qn Book ol ship 7 p.m.; prayer Meeting
Baptist Church with Rev. Lee Twentieth Century
; Of worship service at the First r1fn.. usoclato pastor. Training Union-6:30: p.m. Services 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Psalms. C. J. Sheffield, Pastor*. 7:30: VYednesdIy.! '
Lacy Of Adventures
Conway
and' Rev. Colonel pretations
Crosby officiating: Interment; Huckleberry Finn.-Simpson; United Methodist Church, which Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. Outlaw music director.IIEILBRONN Everyone Welcome.nRS1' Pastor: Rev. Robert West!
Of sponsors three troops. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Night Prayer Ser-
will follow in Dedan Cemetery Six American Novelists The BAPTIST
near Brooker. with DeWitt C.. Nineteenth Century..Foster; Local Junior and Cadette BROOKER vices-7:30: p. m. Rev Merle CII'CRCII.IIIGInVAY U N. MOW' RIVER BAPTIST
Jones Funeral Home In charge The Complete Real Estate Advisor troops have been selling Girl Sunday School, 10 ajn. Warship PacUiajn, pastor Sunday: School. 9:43: a. m. CHRlbflAN CHURCH Sunday: School, 10 a. m. Morn-
Sunday Service: Sunday
Scout cookies to raise
help 11 and 7
of arrangements. .- DeBenedictis; Simplified Services .m. Morning Worship. 11. Training lnz Worship 11 a. m. Training.
money: for various Scouting activities Training Union 6 School. 0:45: a. in. Morning Worship
.. p.m.-
Fly Fishlng Slaymaker; p.m. GKAHAM UAl'TIST CHURCH Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 10:4. Evening Service Unicn, 7 p. m. Evening Worship. .
: u
m.
The Corporation !n American Rev Lacy Conway pastor Midweek Prayer Service 8 in. Wednesday night ser-
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mora- 7:30.: 6:30 nt. Midweek Service p.
Services Held Troop 605 working on the : p.
Politics--Epstein; Life. And "My Community" badge: planto lag Worship: 11 a. m. and 7 p. 7:30Rev. : Wednesday: ;! 7:15: p. m. vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel-
,For Mr. Boree Leisure In Ancient Rome -Bal- visit The Bradford County CHURCH: OF GOD m.-- Rev. Fred Johns pastor. L. Tommy Howe Pastor -Charles Reese, minister come-L. L. Parker pastor.
sdon; Venomous Reptiles 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark
office afternoon
Telegraph Monday
At Minton The Complete Book Of e -
Kingsley Lake ; -
Sunday School}, 10 a. m. Worship
.. to learn about the operation r n -
Fashion Modeling Lenz; Our of a newspaper office Services 11 a. In. ,aj>d 7:30: p. *
Nathan A. Boree. 76, of Mld- Violent Society Abrahamsen; Prayer
and 'iow news is transmitted! m. Meeting Friday 7:30panRsv : lEARNING
dleburg died Monday.:! in the Sex And Your Teenager- Les- ,
, to the local community. Y. W. KI1 han Secret In The White Cell-
Veterans Hospital at Lake City ;
Leaders of some of the local -
after an extended Illness. He Herbert; Invitation To Chemis- troops are: Cad ttes((grades FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOt:
try--Barard Making Things
was born In Clay County on Grow Cruso; MacArthur As 7, 8. 9), led by Mrs. M.G. OF STARKE
Sept. 8, 1893 anJ': resided there -- ; MMillan! Juniors
; (grade! 4.
Military Camnander--Long West Weldon St. and Ralford GOOD HABITS
all of his life. A veteran of Mary Queen Of Scots.-Fraser; 5, 6), Mrs. George Pierce Road
;
World War I. he -waa a retired!:: Mrs. D.T. Farabee Jr., Mrs.
Mencken Bode Ambassador's
; Sunday: School:: 10:00: a.m.
farmer and a member of the Ben Moxtey Mrs. W.M Wall '
Journal..Galbraith; Since Silent 11:00: a.m. C. A. Services: 7:00: _
Kingsey! Lake Baptist Church. Mr}. Bruno Mrs W.H. Walker -
Graham Darwin
Spring-- Services.
Evangelistic
Surviving are his wife Llllle And The Beagle..Morehead; Mr. Dorothy Moore Mra pjn. EARLY _
; Wednesday: No Mid-Week Ser
Mae Bore, of Mtddteburg; one Conception, Birth, and Contraception Paul Torcl Mrs. J.C. Parrish,
daughter. Mrs Robert Vance. .... Brown'es; (grades 2, 3) Mrs vice.Pastor '
Demarest; The Ge- Robert : T. E. GlUey "Tt'iiin up a vliiltl ill fire/ trulhr/, nln/" ill/ !/>': iiutliitifii /
Mullins Mrs. Wm.
Portland. Ore.; a son Levi ronlmo Campaign--Faulk; The
Boree. Mlddleburg; one sister. Red Baron-.Rlchthofew Vicksburg Rouse Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Mrs ,
; /lie in iittl.// lit will nut drpnrIrron/ it.
Mrs. Dora Littles Nichols. : 47 Days Of Siege-.I loch- Jean Morris and Mrs. Hr n- S.AIVR.NA: MISSIONARY
Ga.; two brothers. Huey and ling; An Approach To Chem- d 1 Steeps BAPTIST CHURCH
Hardy Boree both of Belle istry--Kovosy Present At The 1 UJ3 W Pratt: St. Sunday ser- This statement imad. Solomon= ) thou-mmls of

Glade; a foster son Lewis Hall Creation .. Atfieson; Black rites: l Sundry: School, 10 a. m -"
of Jacksonville: five grandchildren Fo'ktales--Lester. YOUNG ADULT FICTION E reaching! 11 u. m. Training years ago< is jut a. true and vital today nit "

and three great-grand'< PossessionFremlin Voi- Jnivji i.43: p. m. Etenlns Woe-
children. ADULT REFERENCEThe ces From France--Morton.; -hip 7 p. m. Everyone welcome wad then. / .

Funeral services were held Church Of Ilaghia Sophia Elder: A. O. Flynn pMtor.

at 2 p.m Thursday in Kingsley At Trebizond..Rice; Atlas JUVENILE NONFICTIONThe : Teach your children the rood! practice! of saving!
Lake Baptist Church with Of The World--National Ceo- Great Apes..Gray; The CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS .

Rev. Robert West offlciatlns.\ traphic; The Nervous System- Varieties Of Man--Babun; Internal CIICRCHSunday for the future. Teach them to attend 1
Interment was in !the\ church Nathan; The Evolution Of Modern Combustion Engines-- School. 10 a.m. R

cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Sculpture.-Ilammacher; Olney; Out From Under..Atwater Worship Service 11 am. worship services in Ood's house. hy taking;! x'
Funeral Home In charge. American Heritage Dictionary ; Here Is France.-Bishop; Evening Service: 7 p.m.
Of The English Language. Cleopatra Sister Of The Friday Night Cottage Prayer ,

l\foon..Lelghton; Grimm's Golden Meting
Thursday Night. Prayer f -
Goose--Grimm.
TREE Don't CHOP. .; Meeting in church 7:30: p.m.

< JUVENILE FICTION Youth Service Tuesday night IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIcIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII '' \
DIG PULL 7:30: jl : r'
STUMPS : Pistol Richard; The Bear p.m.Ivy !
Luke Pastor
Seeds Asendorf A
Riot Of
BLAST! i iLCTOUR ; L \
QuIet--Sicotte Diamonds Are
:
More Trouble-- Corbett; The ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL t qzlQjI &r, : ',' .
STUMP G : :
GRINDERS
I Deep Search-.Koob Riptide- CHURCH STARKE t { t
.
; tht Church h G.d. oppcimid o, mr In ihu
REMOVE THEM INEXPENSIVELY T t Ellis; Time To Go House- Holy Eucharist. 8:30: a.m., Qg ""M 'Ion tp'iodmi, Itit bnowl.d.1, Nil, Ion, ATloi :" 7 rs

FREE ESTIMATES Edmonds; A Garland Of Games 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Sundays. 4th them"t, men..d.,Nit demand'for mon to mpond ,}*r, ,"'-.z r '

CALL 376-1766 And Other Diversions--Cooney; Sunday: Morning:! Prayer. 't. Chap lo.. by laving! hn ..ihbOl. Without 'A' .. .

Gainesville ;' Potato Talk.-Rees.Wouldn't lwrch School 10 ..m. Family 'thit ,grounding'In Ihi Ion of, Cod no govern. ,'.y.mint I .
SAPP'S 4 Service at li 01 KKlily" or wo? ol, (III will lane t'tPri ,
TREE SURGEONS 'p .v.rt. and Iho Iroidomt, which .. hold 10 'A'I b 1 Ir

dtor will Inovitablf pith Ihtrtforo t tnIrom
a MADISON STREET I IY
a Mlntn, point ol,!l.w.ono should;lupport (
BAPTIST CHURCH tht hgnh/ 'tar 'ln.....ol, Iho wtlloit. ol, him., ''A
Sunday:: School 9:45: ; Morning I. 1D .
nil and hil lomilf.' ..,..d that h....... t'V p > 0; 1-
Worship, 11; Youth.: Choir Practice
t=i .>tr.|,> pawn ihovid uphold' and panlnporo in '!i I
4:30: : Youth Fellowship
o Ihi Chunk bttouu it "Hill Iho truth about A I
Supper. 5:45: ; Training Union. .,
you mon l "lilt, dtolh and ditlin. *. 'tht truth which I;) ...
6:15 WMS Prayer Circle, 7:13: ; ..
: ; 11 : = ;'fI'
''\ .'... will, Hi him, I Inn 10 I li,I.l 01 o ihild ol i'\ y
Evening Worship 7:30.: -.

rather switch? .beams Wednesday YWA-, RA Mission GA Action Sun. ,.V.__God..:.1..":.4.. >-_:.-...-.==--_:..-..-=::>.-.....-...-=c..v_t't A., .aatA ...,l".. .. .,t.

Group Bible:' Study: Group. 6:30.:

Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Church
Choir Practice Deacons MeetIng *

8:30.FIRST: .

UNITED METHODIST WILLIAMS BRADFORD STARKE BUILDERS

STARKE

Sunday Church School. 9:43: JEWELRYOfficial ABSTRACT CO. SUPPLIES, Inc.
a.m.: Morning Worship 11;

MYF Snack Supper. 6 p.m.; Better Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware
MYF Meetings. 6:30: ; Evening Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies

Worship 8 p.m. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Goods
Monday -Girl Scouts 3:15: ; BULOVA WATCHES
Circle 2. 3:30. Abstracts "Check With Us First"
"Tuesay Circle 4 and S. 10 42 W. Call St. Starke

ajn.; We*>yan Service Guild Title Insurance 219 Washington St. 964-5270
Phone 9647064STARKE
( 7:30 p.m.; Brownies 3:15.

Wednesday Circle 1 and 3. 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
10 a.m.; Children's Choir Rehearsal -
3:30: p.m; Library Open "66"SERVICE

3:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting FAULKNERGULF
and Bible Study. 7:30.:

Thursday Girl Scouts. 3ISpjn. : BUI Edwards Ph. 064-7231 SERVICEAND
.: Youth Choir Rehearsal "

7: Chancel Choir Rehearsal Tire TrulnjrHeadlight
{yt ri Gt
'
7:30.: Adjusting .
Saturday Bishop's Convocation
U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
tar Youth In Lakeland Brake Service t w4

10 a.m. Wheel Balance and .... Trailer
-DeW tt T. Farabee- Jr.. --
Pastor Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Complete Lubrication

PROMPT ROAD SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 24-HH.. WRECKER SERVICE

STARKE AD Minor Repair 1011 N. Temple Avenue

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Hiway 301 and 100
Morning: Worship at 11; sermon 617 N. Temple Are. Starke PHONE 964.5899

"Let Us Search and Try Our
*10 S. Temple Starke
to the
Ways and Turn Again
Lord." Church Council Meeting, BRADFORD COUNTY

5:15.: Training Union 6:13.: Eve. TELEGRAPHOFFICE FLORIDA
nlng Worship. 7:30: ; sermon
"Thou Shalt Not Bear False
Witness Against Thy Neighbor. SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery EST
"
.
Monday Trustee Meeting; TYPEWRITERS and Market ONTROLa
5:30 Deacon Meeting Youth
: : ADDING MACHINES
Tins the kind f.chore mother had do
is < ) : \> ur t('> Choir. 7 p.m. Lottie Moon
Groceries Meats Feed acuuc.u co.
But you don I Because the modern selt-cleaninji:: Group Meeting 7:30.:

electric ramie frees vi>u trim the drudgerxof Tuesday Junior Choir. Prt PHOTOCOPIERS: from "'.SO GAS AND OIL
mary Choir 3:35: ; OAt 4:15: to M2i. Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
the past CJaretrei electrii: v.,H,kin<4 keeps Ethel Group a* home of Mr. of paper work. Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.

your kitchen cooler end cleaner too Eunice Searing; BrownlM Phone 964-5745 for FREE
Group horns of Mrs. M. A. LEGAL FORMS. S. 301 South Starke
See your appliance denier< todav\ He'11 show Payne 7:30.Wedneada7: 964.5312 Inspections and Estimates

: Bible PAYKOLb. ENVELOMS PHONE
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Priorites Set 3-Lake ProjectIs - - Noted AstronomerTo Chamber Bd. Board To Study \

County Backs feasible, f I BHS ByLinesBy Explain EclipseAt Meets' Thurs.Regular Special Acts :


Fire Dept's. For PavingContinued Rotarians Told s Foster Memorial Copies of all special legis- i

Joyce Allen Anyone planning to observe a meeting of the Boardof lative acts pertaining to Brad-
total eclipse of the sun In Flo- Governors of the Bradford ford County; will be obtained
(Continued From Page One] ) ( From' Face One) (Continued From Pace One) I..s ;<< oJ rida during this century will County; Chamber of Commerceis from the state attorney general's
have to do It this Saturday, set Thursday, March 5, at office and copies dis-
tidal recognition of the Bradford carbons road (SH-235).For that and a Boy Scout. camp on the A Country-Western Show .r. March 7, and the Stephen Fos- 12:15 p.m. In the Garden Restaurant tributed to the County; Com-
County Volunteer Fire Department project the County; Commission south side. Fishing is good in sponsored by the Senior Classof ter Memorial at White Springsis mission. f
: but met 'with resistance borrowed $500,000 against future all three lakes, and at one BUS and presented by Grand At BHS Monday March 9 prepared to make the eclipsea Recommendations by the:
because the county would* secondary road funds to time the Game Commission Country Incorporated is set at six weeks tests start. This .memorable occasion. Chamber's Executive Com- Commissioner Ralph Bryan
be liable for actions of the fire pave the road to primary spe- said that Sampson was one of 7:30 p.m. in the BHS auditor- means that there's only two Dr. John S. Allen, a qualified mittee on the following topics suggested Monday that, since
,. departments, County Attorney! cifications. the beSot balanced fishing lakes ium.The more six weeks to go in this astronomer and presidentof will be discussedA : the county now Is Invested with
;I Theroa A. Yawn reminded the Funds left over from the SR- In the state. Country-Western Show school term! the University; of South Flo- President's Luncheon on the power of home rule, that
: Board that the new Florida 233 project. plus other sec McMillan was invited: to will feature The Plainsmen, rida, will describe the spec- July 2 for the entire Chamber all such special acts be reviewed -
y: Constitution( does not Include ondary roads funds which accrued speak at Rotary by A. J. Thomas and The Florida Crocodiles. 555 tacle for visitors to the mem- membership. Special acts Include
:} soverlgn Immunity from suits to the county; over the Sr., who :suggested development To correct a statement made orial, and background films will -Representation from Brad- those which established the
>: as del;! the 1838 Constitution' :\ cast several ears have usedto of the three-lake complexIn last week there will be NO The Bradford Senior Chap be shown prior to the 1:15 total ford at the State Chamber Bradford County, ; Hospital
: Biyantold/: his fellow board purchase right-of-way for reply to a recent Chamberof local talent in The Country- ter of the F.F.A. placed seventh eclipse Joe Cawthorn, director : Legislative Briefing. Board, the Bradford County; De-
;! members he had attempted the SR-16 repaving job. Some Commerce survey (of( needed Western Show.Programs out of 250 F.F.A. Live- of the Foster memorial, -STAR Student Award. velopment, and the Library
:I several times to secure for the secondary road fund} also have Improvements In the area. for The stock Judges at the State Fair announced. -Subscribing to the Gulf & Board and a special act also
:jt: new volunteer fire fighters some gone this past year to pave Western Show Country-sold In Tampa. Competing for state Anyone missing the March 7 Western Resource Indjstrlal allows the county; to contribute
the Santa Fe Lake Road a are being winners from The Bradford money to certain bodies, suchas
;: form of official recognition byJ the Senior Class of eclipse will have to wait 75 Site Dictionary.
by BHS.
;J the county but had gotten' no- project that was bid around Farmer Protests Senior Chapter of F.F.A. are: more- years to see another one -Painting exterior of the the Chamber of Commerce.
: where. He said he would: offer $145.000 but is expected to end Tom Edwards, David Stalnaker, In Florida. "Next Saturday will Chamber Building.
"' whether it was passes or not. started mi the Santa Fe Road birth of Christ that a total said, after Bryan's suggestion,
5 The motion that afternoon died last year and Is still under Pasture Flooding news of three senior 55 solar eclipse has been visible Coy' 'ilonlThrough that a compilation of the acts
?: for a lack of a second way at the Indian Beach end. coeds involved in a wreck on over the Florida peninsula," In the Feb. can: be obtained from the attorney -
:ji: But Commissioner'! Dave Shu- The additional costs on the 301 Friday Feb. 27, brought The new BHS Drama Clubis Dr. Allen said. "The 11e'Ct one an error general's office. He said
:$: ford asked >to see the resolution Santa Fe Lake Road! will haveto (Continued From Face One) great sorrow to BHS. The death being organized. Plans fora will not occur until August 12, 26 edition of The Telegraph schedule he will see that each commis-
$ and later amended:! it to read come from those secondary of Sandra Haas, was felt in play will be discussed and 2045." a resume of the class sioner gets a cop of all such
road funds which have accrued, would give better control of the hearts of all. the club will need scenery, The program at Foster Me- of Miss Christy; Padgett acts.
:;I as above. When the Board ,Indicated the $43,000, and funds that will the water level than is presently painters light men, costume morial on March 7 will be opento was omitted from a list of
;J It might be acceptable: in available. Mary Sue Underhill, suffereda six BUS coeds who earned
accrue the future.In makers, make: up artists as the public with no admission
f Bryan Introduced the amended addition the county's; sec- Edwards also told the countyit broken jaw bone and is recovering well as actors. charge other than the regularfee straight A's for the third six
:; resolution. It passed unanlmou- ondary road finds are still could have right-of-way to in the Gainesville! If you are Interested In the- for entry into the 245-acre weeks grading period. CORRECTION
5, sly. being used to pay for the right- enlarge Alligator Creek across Medical Center. Donna Lamb atre don't miss this fabulous state park on the banks of the Miss Padgett, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Mary Brown managerof
.,' Attorney, Yawn when que of-way for the US-301 paving his land If the county would suffered cuts and bruises. A opportunity; to exhibit your tal- Suwannee River near White and Mrs. DeWitt C. Padgett\ Tuck's Drhe-ln restaurant:
;: Honed, ,by the Board members projects. That won't end until provide some flood relief at get well message is sent to ents. Contact Fuller In Nom Springs. Starke is a BBS senior enrolled says the fire last week was
:,;?' about recognition of the volun- 1993. the exit from Sampson Lake. Donna and Mary Sue in hope C-17 during homeroom to get Picnic facilities are providedon in consumer economics caused by .detective wiring, and
:: leer firemen, sail If the county Water is being held jp now that they will both be back to In on the Drama Club action. the ground, as well as park- VOC clerical, shorthand, hu- not1S reported-by an appliance
:j1: actually made the volunteers and cannot drain away he said. BHS soon. Until next week see Ing areas for hundreds of visi- mantles and Problems in left plugged\ in.

.*! the Bradford County Fire Department resolution. ...............nn..nn..uuuuuu.. .......... .. ..... ...............__..._'...__.'.""........._..__...._.____..__.._..u......._ you around campus! tors. American Democracy.
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: last year the volunteers received - - -
::, In effect taking over operation!! $1.000 from the Bradford PYE Club Restoring Natural j
:: of the department. In that case
;. County Chamber of Commerceand ;o .....
t Yawn saId, the county would $3,500 from the Bradford: .::; '.
.J- be liable for any action ,the de- County Development Authority.In Environment In Biology Park
:;1-' part men t took. Since state governments making his appeal for .the SAVE

:: are no longer immune volunteers Bryan sets ItheYansVo'ere Members of the PYE Clubof shopping centers and new hous-
:;: to suits by inflvldunlsJ : : :! a call Sunday night Bradford High, recently vis- ing developments for people.
: : the Board declined to make
; and "saved" a house. ited Biology Park, also known Other Inhabitants of the
I;: the volunteers an "official" He said the volunteers are as Nature Trail just in timeto worldIncluding birds and
:'j county fire: department. wall organized now. They have see men from the Starke squirrels and trees, and even BADCOCK'S 10 DAYS
:IThe Board also declined: to placed:!, ,a down payment of Utilities Department cleaningup skunks of the non-humankind-
:> put a money figure Into the re. $1,000 on the old Strobe, : Garage the accumulated debris and make life much more worth-
:: solution It passed. Doing so. property on the Edwards: Loop "mechanical carcasses" which while and complete and no
:: (board members sail: would Road for use as headquartersfor were de-naturalizing this one should be fooled into sell- END OF WINTER
.: lead the volunteers .to believe the unit. beautiful park area. ing them short by such mot-
:: they should receive that The volunteers also have installed The array of machinery devoted toes as, "Land for humans,
:: amount each year. Bryan had a radio' alert system to bringing nature backto not for alligators." We need
':.: a $1,000 ceiling In his original hacked 'by telephone calls Nature' was impressive both. Real progress must have
bulldozer: trucks, and crane-- both.
and the discarded boilers, auto Officers of the PYE Clubare: .
and farm equipment chassis Greg Douglas President; Steve ..
I APP S bedsprings, and other tokens Gay, Vice Preslde.it: Christie
and mementoes of civilizationsoon Riggs Treasurer; and Doris
TME SURGEON* made way for more grass Overstreet, Secretary.Thefac- t
.. member is Alex Horsfall.
'I I Iriilt I'rnlrninnal trees and other products of ulty;
.: Opr rmiim Florida sunshine, water land More than 70 members have e?)t,
,11111\l ; I/\F.>l ILI.t
.. .. m7-tu $" The PYE Club alms to Pro- about 25 are now active. --
1: PRUNING DB.MOSSING-'BRACING CABLING tect Your Environment The first project cleaningup O
TREE MEDING-CAVITY REPAIRS which means clean air, water Biology Park,a50-acre tract
; I TREE REMOVAL beyond the ball field, will be
and land, with a dilly bath of
;: STUMP(> Florida sunshine. Students aim completed within a month when
Si; Gainesville I eRNDNB376.1766or3729538| | to educate their elders with the members take an afternoon off
Check These ONE ONLY Items for Tremendous
FREE ESTIMATES NWBASkST idea, that progress has room for to pick up beer cans and other Savings
something besides new aIr- debris; post signs against
ports, new paved surfaces, new dumping trespassing, cutting
.... - - - trees and otherwise destroying Delmonico 16" Color TV Reg. $299.95 Now $279.95 Save $20.00
the beauty; of the natural
\f
environment.The Park will have at Its Roper Gas Range, double oven-Reg. $399.95 Now $379.95 Save $2O!.O

WIN A and entrance Improvements a map of will the Includethe area, 30" Electric Range - Reg. $158.00 Now $149.95 Save $ 9.05

rebuilding of a barbecue
fireplace and surroundingseats. 40" Hotpoint Electric Range Reg. $229.95 Now $209.95 Save $20.00
BRAND NEW $229.95 VALUE By early Spring facll-
itits should be ready for every 36" Electric Range Reg. $169.95 Now $149.95 Save $20.00Gate
one to enjoy! the park and its - -
ZIG-ZAG- natural environment.
This is one of the signs which
SEWING MACHINE will be place on the Nature City 3-Piece
. Trail: "It is deemed unlawfulby 7PieceDinnette 7PieceDinnette French Cherry !Maple

Work this Contest and Win Prizes!!! Woodland us, the who Creatures were here of first the, Set BEDROOMSUITE DRESSERReg.

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( Merchandise Certificates) ENTER THIS CONTEST area the problems of mankind.W !: Reg. $119.93 $79.95
1 ST PRIZE LfL- AND WINI' dj uDt'YUntthemsopleasediscard Reg. $159.95Now Now Reg.$319.93' !) Now
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J $13995 $299.95 $59.95
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3RD PRIZE City, CountyCommittees


; 5 Transistor Radios from the county; Coleman BR Suite Reg. $259.95 Now $239.95 Save $20.00
Commission and Starke
City;
(f 4TH PRIZE Council wiU meet next Tues 3-Piece Spanish Sectional Reg. $249.95 Now $199,95 Save $50.00
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day, March 10, at 7 p.m. In

5 Pairs Electric ScissorsCONTEST which city hall the two to discuss:governments ways' can in Spanish Chair - Reg. $ 79.95 Now $59.95 Save $20.00)

work together.
Trendline Occ. Chair Reg. $ 79.95 Now 59.95! Save
UNSCRAMBLE ThE wORDs The city; committee Is com- - $20.00
: posed of Councilmen Jimmy

j Bowen and Neil Tucker and Lazy Boy Recliners . Reg. $179.95 Now 139.95 Save $40.00
; No Obligation Nothing To Buy! It's Easy.. It's Fun! Mayor Carl Hurst. Membersof

Simply Unscramble The Words Commissioner the county; committee Ralph Bryan are, Gaines Contemporary Chair Reg. $ 88.00 Now $78.00 Save $10.00

County; Attorney Theron A.


: And Mail Today! Jones.Yawn The and move Road was Foreman started R.E.two These Just Few of the Savings will Find at Badcock's
a
All are you
' CONTEST RULES 2 entries become the property among all correct entnei All other weeks ago when City; Councilman -
; of CITY SEWING MACHINE CO., entries will be awarded CertificateAll .
: Marvlle, Kansas. prize and award winners will benotified Neil Tucker suggested con-
1 Any resident of the United States tacting the about work-
county;
: may enter except employees and tv, 3. Entries must be postmarked no by mall
ing together
: pliers of CITY SEWING MACHINE later than 8 days from the receipt 4. Only one entry permitted from such as road on; preparation joint projects for, Gaines Contemporary Sofa Reg. $198.00 Now $178.00 Save $20.00
C CO., Marysville Ks., and their, Immediate of this entry. So hurry mail the each contestant.

=: this contest families.shall be The subject operation to and of tOday entry'!form Winners or a of reasonable the Sewing facsimile Ma- 9. Decision, of the Judges I Is finalls '. any the upcoming other areas annual In which fair and the 8 PC Pecan Dining Rm. Suite Reg. $399.95 Now $379.95 Save $20.00

s In conformity with all federal, state chine Adjustable Dress Forms Tran6.. No representative will call or two governments might co
,, and local laws, ordinances, decisions jistor Radios and Electric Scissors come to your home. Winners! will operate. 2 PC Settee Suite Reg. $199.95 Now $179.95 Save $20.00
and regulations. will, be selected by' drawing from be notified by mail Council Chairman Orie Wig
- - Entry Form----------- r gins appointed his committeethen.
;,, Maple Hutch . Reg. $139.95 Now 51119.95 -Save $20.00
< Florida Enter the "SMART MONEY"I; \j1 Commissioner Ralph Bryan:
ENTRY FORM I brought the matter before the Maple G. E. Stereo Reg.; $259.95 Now $220.95!=) Save 30.00
S county; board Monday and the!
PUZZLE WIN PRIZES! : :
a AND a ;! Idea the county was ;quickly committee accepted namedby and Admiral Stereo . Reg. $379.95 Now( 32Q.Q cAVP RO.OO;

. DON'T WAIT! ENTER TODAYI! Unscramble These Words-Hint. I to :n-;.' '" Chairman Zedra Hamilton.
;; They All Pertain to Sewing, I tc 0)

WESNGI . . . . . CTISTH . . . . . t i i Si
I Reasonable] Down Refused with
Good
i AMSE. . . . . . UOTT8N . . . . . != )n i: yhE Old t22Z& Payment Credit

MHE . . . . . . REPZIS . . . . . 3 re-

LENEDE . . . . . NRETTAP . . . . I .=.= 90 VIII f fRn
Balloons for The Kids Pick Free Gold Trim
J EMDN . . . . . . SROSSICS . . . .. I ,r i -C .- up your Ash Tray
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NAME a .sa
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ADDRESS cw t t s i A
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I LOWEST PRICES +,
is the art of mak
CITY o "Oratory
STATE
\ I ing deep sounds from the 123 S.
:* MAIL TO-Cily Sewing Mjchln Co., 818 Broadway, MarytvllU, Kt. 46508 I chest seem like important WALNLLT St BILL WILSON. OWNER

... messages from the brain."
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Saturday Eclipse Show To Be For Services Sandra Held Haas jjpras -1 Million Dollar Projects' Set In UnionWhen


'Beautiful C r.- work began last Thurs- day Feb. 26 at the Intersectionof to the l-mllllon level.
But Dangerous'"Don't Accident VictimSandra day on a new hospital in Lake SH-100 and SR-121. Robert Driggers, clerk of the
Butler it raised to a million Delayed Union County Housing Author-
many times, the ;
moon's sha- Rosamond Haas 18. pro
look at the sun during blocked out by the dollars the value of projectsin ject was started without fan- ity, said a 40-unit expansionof
the eclipse" Is the warning dow. But although the bltndaig; of Starke was pronounced, progress in Union County. fare or ceremony. the federal low-rent housing
from effect is absent and a personcan dead. on arrival at Bradford: ':
the U.S. Public Health Another half-million dollar Monday Feb. 23 Jensen Con- projects here has been approvedand
Service regarding the unusual look directly at the sun County Hospital last Friday job is slated for an early start. struction Co. of Jacksonville a contract will be let soon.
event scheduled to take place without discomfort the Invisi- night after tin automobile ac- Tharp Construction Co. began began work on a$270,000street Costs are estimated at half
Saturday, March 7, about ble dangerous infra-red rays cident on U. S. 301- south clearing the site for the building project in Lake But million Driggers said.
1:16: p.m. continue to be emitted and can Miss Haas: was born in Jack- 25-bed $818.800 hospital Thurs- ler boosting Union prefects
"There is no safe way of cause damaging burns to the eye sonville on Jan. 25, 1952 and -
looking directly; at the sun during retina the delicate back Liner had lived In Starke for 'the

an eclipse" the warning layer of the eye which trans- past 14 years. Shs WAS a seniorat ---- ,.._ ---
continues. In the "path of totality mits images to the brain. Bradford High School and 1 : ,; '1
; ," about 70 miles west The retina is not sensitiveto m.embeit ol the First, Baptist -' ,: ;
of Starke (around Perry), pain, so a retina burn is Church. ,

birds are expected to returnto not felt at the time of viewing.But Surviving are her parents.Mr. .'
their nests and cattle once incurred retinal burns .
and Mrs. William! S. Haas:
will head toward the barn dur- are incurable and produce a two sisters Linda and Jennifer Horse Donated To Boys RanchA
ing the darkest period. Stars blind spot in the center of the Hans; and one brother Dale
will be victim's field of vision. This
visible If the weatheris
Haas all of Stnrke! ; and her
fair, and little "dancing damage affects the vital small grandmother Mrs. H. H. Joiner. horse, saddle and bridle valued at $200 was
,
lights" will area that is used for reading, 4w -
appear on the Winter Garden. presented to Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch. Live <
ground, as every hole in a leaf and all "fine" seeing.It Funeral services were held!: Oak, last Saturday by James Allen Benm.! een of
becomes is ad/tsed that the only
a "pinhole
showing the image camera of the 100 per cent safe method of Monday: In the First: Baptist Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Ream, 201 Picketville Tlw],

viewing the eclipse is to watchit Church with the pastor Rev. Jacksonville. The Reams recently moved to !." '-:- '
eclipse on the ground.If indoors television W. A. Hogan offic''atng' Interment somille from Starke. *
a sheet is spread on the on a Mr. Ream i is still employed n
and screen. However a relatively was In Crosby Lake Ceme. the Florida Development Commission! sn/plns: """)-
ground bands of dark light, !; !7)
safe, indirect method to: use tery under direction of DeWittC.
traveling about ten miles an is a simple projection device Jones Funeral Home. erties warehous in Ptarke. With young Beam in

hour may be seen moving which anyone can make. Two above photo are John Schmutz. representing Boys"

across the surface it is said. pieces of white cardboard are Ranch, and Bradford Deputy Sheriff Dolph Ilcd-
While a fascinating event an
all that's needed. A pinholeor QuartetTo dish.
eclipse of the sun can be dan- '
pencil hole is puched .n the
to the eyesight unless
gerous PerformStraight
top cardboard: and serves to
extreme caution Is used according IpidG
project and ocas the imageof
to the National Societyfor Way Quartet will beet
the eclipse on the secondcar'd'board
New Congre- 'SThere's
the Prevention Blindness. Pleasant Hope
held at a distance
The eye-damage hazard is due gation Methodist Church next
below the top piece. Size of
to the fact that the sun can \Saturday March 14.
the image can be cnlirjeJ b/
be viewed without discomfort Everyone Is welcome to at
moving the bottom cardboard: :
during an eclipse when the nor- to a greater distance. tend the gospel Dinging.
mally dazzling visible rays are The church Is on US-301
However, the image producedby
this method Is not large, three miles north of Starke. More To A

and not too satisfying to view
it is said. There Is alwaysthe country's eye doctors. It can Bank AUTO LOAN Than
also be assumed that many other
temptation: to turn facingthe child-
sun, or perhaps view the personsespecially
eclipse rectly through the pin- renmay without have realizing suffered eye it, The Money You Save !
hole. This should be avoided! damage v
or failed to see a doctor.
since any direct viewing is
likely to produce retinal burns. OF TOTALITYOn Quicker action, clearly-stated terms, and
PATH
The most satisfying Indirect low bank loan
costs
Ask image will undoubtedly be pro- March 7. the moon's sha- are only some of the
(umbra) will cover the sun
dow money-saving advantages of getting
duced M: the television screen. .. an
Charley Dr. W.D. David, executive on northwest a diagonal Florida path Gulf from Coast the, '. 'War Auto Loan here and now! Moreover,

for director the Prevention of the National of Blindness Society; with Perry at the center con- .: ,_. ".... .,- ; as you repay your loan you automatically

E. says: "The public! must be Savannah tinuing northeasterly Ga. and Charleston across build very valuable bank credit standing

Johns. .. made tective wire devices that, so-c311edpro-such as sun- S.C., on up the East Coast, here for any future need or reference!

glasses, smoked glass! or film across to,Nova leaving Scotia the and Earth Newfoundland : 4 Finance! your '70 car here this week.
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negatives do not protect the -
About This Question: finally in the North Atlantic.
eye from infra-red rays. although not in the "path of HAPPY EASTER- -These cuddly baby chicks take seconds to
'Personal liability insur- This view is amplified by a Bradford County is in make yet you can use them every Easter for years to come.
recent report in the British totality The chicks are formed from pastel cotton cosmetic balls nestled
ance has always covered Journal: of Ophthamology, in close proximity, and the moon's in dyed eggshells For a centerpiece set them in a fabric. FLORIDABANK I
bodily injuries inflicted on which the author reporting:;> on blockout of the sun here shouldbe covered plastic foam tray and surround with colored jellybeans
about 95 per cent complete. Design by Paas.
sickness the
others, including eye damans :ases following viewers from here .
Some
may
Do 1966 partial eclipse of the sun,
disease and disabilty.
want to make the short(approximately e e .
such devices "may
said Jiat
court awards now also extend 70 mile) to Perryto AT STARKEMember
trip ,
even facilitate injury by caus- TV'utr i ; to mental anguish, experience the full effect of .. / I'hallciigcd
e ing the viewer to prolong the "i ?uiiirbor/i!; IS
shock and mental injury. time of exposure." darkness which will last about /i' a parlor/ garnilo name '
Federal Insurance
three minutes. /the ;pi,i s u cols of/ I the United I Deposit Corp.
and does the Charley E. total of the
The last eclipse Com-
Chamber of
The Perry Mate/ ; In rrmirib"is. the ones
Johns Agency have 'ex- sun, observable In the U.S., merce has announced arrange- like Millartl FIllmore and One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
cess liabilty' insurance to was in 1963. It was total onlyin ments, through the Florida Society I I Franklin Parse and forgets

such added risks?" Maine and parts of Alaska, for the Prevention of ,Ibru'tam' / Lincoln/ '" 01" Thomas
cover although all parts of the coun- Blindness to provide, without ll'jft(. 'Oil
try experienced partial eclipse.In charge, more than 10 thousand
a survey by the society approved viewers to visitorson
Charley E. opthamologlsts reported 247 March 7. Arrangements are

cases of visual damage: from also being made for a special .
JOHNS AGENCY: direct observation of the 1963 program on Eclipse Day at the 1

eclipse. Stephen Foster Memorial at
131 So. Walnut St. That figure represents cases White Springs. What kind of nut
Phone 964-5070 see by less than half of the

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2 BHS Runners Set National Record THE TELEGRAPH For Piton.Ofllc.96"5 Sappu.. ..-!



Two Bradford High distance national record Is a dis: "Hopefully, It will encourage --
runners Larry Green and Leo- honor for Bradford High other students to come out and
nard Garrett have seta national and especially for the actively participate in a truly
record In the two man 10 mile who earned this recog- worthwhile and challenging
relay for high school freshmen ," Coach Loper states. sport."

"A singular and remarkable WHY PAY MORE
accomplishment" is Coach

George Loper's high praise of Baseballers Open.
t the effort by the two BUS fresh
men. ) WHEN YOU CAN

'
I' The two young runners seta Here Tomorrow
record of 5045.4: for high v

school freshmen all over the BUY FOR LESS
i United States when they competed : season opens:; at Coach Garlington plans to keep
High School tomor- ail six on the squad ail season.
In December in
open com-
petition with runners from high (Friday, March 6) at 3:30 The boys are Eddie Hazen I

school freshmen through college 'ti-yu- when the Tornado nine Danny McKinney, Carl Riherd, \
I seniors. They finished 57th rw West Nassau: County; High Gary Bost, Dennis: Kelly and 30" MODERN COOKING I
Brian Johns."They're .
.
i in the race which Included times looking good.They'll .

from the top college\ distance seven lettermen return- be sharp if they stay
runners the US has to offer. their two first MACHINE
including out the coach says. "I'll try
I They were the first two fresh- pitchers the Tornadoes to keep them all. I just hope
men to finish and their time : 4-12 record i I
I've
to improve they don't get discouraged.
.
set the new national record. explained the situation to MAGIC CHEFtI'GASRANGE \;

The record was set in the'12th pitcher tomorrow them."
; annual: nation-wldj competition be junior letterman John Key to the 1970 baseballerswill
i In 2-mile, 3-mile and the 2- according to Coach be confld3nc In them-
I man 10-mile relays cosponsored Garllrgton. He will go three selves and hitting the coach I

I by Track and Field News and Larry Tanner, 12, says. He expects the Torna- -
and the United States Track & Larry Brawn, 10, Johnny's does to have good pitching with
Field Federation:: The BAS brother will each hurl Graudons, the two Browns and ';--- .J
Cross Country team Larry Tnnner. I '- c==
competedin innings. Garlington says
the relay at the close of the to see what each boy -JE"nI'_...: ;
1963: season on the BUS track. .> under fire. OIl think we have the nucleusto :.. 1' '
Their times be a good ball team: with ::oo.
were comparedwith Larry Green Leonard Garrett I
teams from all over the starting line-up three top pitchers back plus ....
says, has Jim Tem' the experience of seven letter- )3 : .
;
U.S.The naa, 10 mile relay race which miles. was time at : first base, Jerome Wil- men," Garlington says. ,) -- '. \
BUS team is composedof : included college seniors, and second ::jnse; Tommy .. .. -
Green and Garrett, co-captains the team of Jimmy Lowery and Green, Garrett, Fill, Loweryand The middle third base Ernie Wl.vtlnt: will be more of a -
; Baddy: Paterson,a junior; Randy Hodges finished 78th. Hodges finishing ninth nationally Lott, Griffis short stop; Larry Tan- mental problem for the base- "-- or'I I
Richard Fill, Jimmy Lowery, in the two mile team Garrett, Cauley, centerfield; Tommy El- ba'Iers' than a physical one,
and Randy Hodges, all fresh- In the two man, 10 mile relay race:: were time at 56.44.4. Chandler, placed right field; Randy Mc- the coach says. If they can: develop -

men; David Meng, a junior race the two runners take The same team in placing among fre left field; James Mc- a winning attitud, Coach !
and Holland Corbitt, a so..;>ho- turns running 440-yard3 until sixth in the three mile team teams In the catcher. Gar ton expects his Tornadoes -
more. they have gone a total of 10 race for high school freshmen. race and was : seven returning letter- to b2 touch.:
The Bradford Middle School are Talley, 11; Tanner "1 really think that Is our big

team of eighth! graders Sylvester ? Rihcrd. 12, starting gest problem. I really d>!" -

Lott, Gerald Grlffis Steve baseman last year,Mi.-k he states. I _----- .
Thomas, Toil Crews, Jim Cau- Trackmen 12, starting pitcher; Jerome Williams hn shown r.1PCompletely- ---
ley, James Chandler, and Tornado le. 12, and Larry Brjw.i speed and ilckness at second
seventh grader Wade Garrett, base. r

also competed in the high school of the 23 member squad Larry Tanner has been Imi' -->'Jslve s

freshman and below two mile came out Monday w'len in center field, showing
1 PointEdging
team race Nip GHS By season ended. As a strong! arm.
As a result of the comr3tltton : .
; & they will be limited
Tommy: : El land. a first sea- AutomaticNo
the freshman of
Green, Garrett, Fill;group Ix .vy Gainesville High by 13 1/2 points. He placed secondin Field more than pinch hitting son baseballer and a senior,
and ranked iinth one point and P.K. Yonge by the long jump, won the 220- in tomorrow'sg'lme.The and lettermii: first baseman Matches Needed
: Hodges are > five Tornado dash in 23.6 and tied Shot Put1)) : '? :ire ace pitcher! Jim have been [Im .
nationally in the high school runners won a nip yard Temple res- Choice of Colors -- Clock and TimerFOR
freshman two: mile team race. and tuck meet here last Wed- for first in the 100-yard dash 47-8; 2)) ; Graudons Randall Mc- sive hitting the ball.
Feb. 25. at 10.5. 3) Cam, bell, Grug Riherd. Douglas
nesday, ;
The team is ranked sixth who hit the
: nationally 4) Buby, BUS, Dean! Johns,and Charles Any player can
in the high school fresh- Bradford wound with ; baseball will Coach Gar
High play,
up Four runners were timed at ton, PKY, 39-4. Riherd was' the start- ONLYi99'
man Uirso nile team race. 84 points, GIIS 83, PKY 79, 10.5 in the 100- Williams Neal- Discus- btsema.i last year. lington stated is his Tornadoes -
The middle school team is and Lake Butler 12. CBS had ly GHS: John Douglas. BHS, 2) Twedele, ; boys will be worked into prepared this week for
ranked 17th nationally: in the* edged BUS two points 80-78, third Brockington, GHS, fourth 3) GUS, over the first few their first encounter.The coach
freshman and below two mile in ; Neally, intends to smf''le! his
a previous meet. lineal .00WT
and Brant Tuner, BUS fifth ward, LB, 111; 5) as they ruund Into shape:
teen race. the first few game to find a
Outcome of the tightly con- at 10.6. 1077.
In addition the freshman team winning cumhi n lon.
effort the Johns was impressive
tested affair went down to the "A tremendous on Pole Vault-
of Bultl; ; Paterson and Richard final two events, the long jump part of the entire team, especially 10; 2)) Smith PKY ; the Mil Monday in his The Tornadoes open their
Fill finished 37th in the two
and high jump. Ricky Frick in gusty; weather"was ling, BUS, 9; ) day at practice, Coach Florida Star Conference:: schedule -

placed second in the high jumpat Coach George Loper's description 9; 5) Seay, LB, 9. pointed out. Grau- here next Tuesday, March .
Gobbler Season 5-4 and Richard Crawfordwas of the meet. PKY Is always High Jump-1)) : is coinied on to become: 10, against St. Augustine. They'
fourth at five feet even. tough in track and BUS 5-4; 2) Frick, of an experienced; pitch host Bolles next Friday, March
GUS placed a man sixth In trackmen "regained some kenson PKY ; lie and Joh'iny Brown
; 13. In a jamc that begins at
Opens Saturday that pride" in coming back to beat with Larry Tanner .332 W. MADISON
event. BETS 5-0; 5)) 1:30: p.m. and for which BUS SLADE GAS
Captain Hugh Stephens won GHS, the coach reported. 4-10. / Brown being used for studj'its' will be dismissed from PHONE 964-7701

Sportsmen 'are reminded that the long jump for BUS witha BUS runners are roundinginto Broad Jump- class to see. H' .. ,, __ 'to .. .'
leap of 19-11. Richard Williams good shape for the start BUS 19-11i. 2) .
hunt-
the spring turkey gobbler addition there are six
19-1 1/2 ) 1 ..
of the conference schedule, the ; ;
of GuS was second at
ins ssasotvwlll open Saturday, out for the team
March 7. in that portion of the 19-1 1/2 and GHS' Chatman just coach says.The Tornadoes wentto 4) Wright, PKY, ; I'
terry"A
State located south of State behind in third place at 19-0. Lake City for a dual meet Ghee PKY, 18-6
Road 50. Those places meant that BUS Tuesday March 3. They go to

The season will continue: garnered 11 points in the two Orange Park for a dual go Bow

through March 22.:! events to eight for Gainesville Friday, March 6, and open the Running
Tho season: for the sectionof High, giving BUS trackmen the conference season at home next w
the State located north of win. Tuesday, March 10, against St. 120 yd High
State Road 50 will open Sat- Augustine. PKY, 16.2; 2) To End r

urday, March 21, and soitbme' Richard Williams GHS was 16.2: 3) ; I
through April 5. high point man of the meet with Statistics 4) Aspenshlp, ;
5) Green PKY, Season
100 yd Dash 1)) (

GHS, 10.5; ;
2) Douglas, BHS ;
I GAINESVILLE Business ington GUS, ; ) out) th3lr 1969-70 'bas
Directory BHS106. season. Tornado cagers

One Mile Run- ) downed 69-53 by Palatka

4:59; 2)) Green, : ; In the semi-finals of
3) Prevatt GHS 5 Class A Tourna
: ;
Air Conditioning-Heating ELECTRIC MOTORS MATERNITY WEARFOR
rett, BHS, : ; ) last Friday, Feb. 27.

Air Conditioning ELECTRIC MOTHERSTOBEA GUS, 5:11.: their own for the
half the Tornadoes went
Heating By FULL LINE OF 880 yd Relay- : ;
Motor Co. third perloi: with a two
Repair 2)
General Electric Lingerie Dresses Slack PKY1:37,8; : .
440 yd Dash- advantage.:! But the Big
.
Russ's Sheet Metal' Of Gainesville Inc. Tops Bermudas -Bathing Suits 54.9; 2)) ; failed to score until

Repairing Rewinding EXPECTANTLYYOURS 3) Hendry, PKY, ; ) than three minutes re-
Inc.aalnelTllIe New and Used ver GETS, 58.5; In the third period.

-2520( N E. 18th Ter. 281 N. W. 16th Ph. 3724318( INC. 59.1. couldn't get the good

Tel. 37&-B282 180 yd Low couldn't get the ball
Farm and Industrial BUS ) the hoop when they
,
drews If
706 W. University Opp. 8.F. .c.MEN'S 8YLVANIA ,
AUTO SALES Equipment PKY, 23.6; 3) to Coach Dike '
I 23.9; 4) ; ,. I S
WEARSTAG'N lli11mtt
BRASINGTON !I 5) Dyal BUS,, Graudons for instance % I LIGHT
Fe Tractor
I Santa DRAG 880 yd Run-) points for the n'ght. But ; 4
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE
,
2)) Fill
2:14.3; : ; them came in the first
SALES SERVICE IPia. | FORD BULBS !
BUS )
Paterson
: The second half Central
Selection of Used Can Farm Tractors II Implement Griffin Suite
GHS, 2:16.9; 5) Graudons man-to-man Lauan PrefinishedPANELING h e d
Taken Oa Cadillac Trades USED EQUIPMENT Arrow Shirts- Flonkcln 4vs I 2:16.9. ;} the rest of the BUS 4. ".1". :<.. !
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 SALES PART SERVICE Formal Rentals ) i
Sprint Medley'
Ladles Sportswear the Tornado:! cagers .::. ,',':: ::. trout etta i
4188 N. W. 6th 376-25-18 2:10: ; 2) GIIS : ; to the ball to III
get Grau-
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA fi.\l\KS\lM.E. FLA. 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY 2:17.: $ !!L lc :_.:....__-__' UmIt12......... :,;.
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GARDEN SUPPLIES and GAINESVILLE MALL 220 yd Dash- ) ca.?era shot 33 per cent \ 1. 1/4"/ thick x 4' x 8' Sheets Sonny'sSaltPrtM i
MOBILE HOMES GUS 23.6; 2) ; night from the field. Walnut Tone Lauan Sand 6ro..6t\o1

4 wheel drive and oars 3)) Cha nan. CHS, ; had wide open shots." ARCHITECTURAL Tone Lauan and Almond ';:

Sales Farts Service Johnson & Paris, Inc. MUSTANG 25.2.rill, LB, 25.1; Ssxton said! of the de- Paint Tone Lauan. Cotton /:'
Hoiise
Clean Used Toyotas "W had opportunities to Avg. Retail 5.10
Two mile )
1700 N. Main 376-1266 SEEDS PLANTS PKY, 11:04.2 run-2)) Ute game open, :but we. Scotty's Sale Price 3.98 Wbrk Gloves ii I'
Mobile Homes Inc. : ; For surface
or
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERULiZERS didn't take advantage of any masonry
11:12 3) Green I
,
; : ; properly prepared wood and .
VAR HEYL 4) Garrett, BUS, ; ) CLOSE OUT Avf.R t.Scotty's :':I:
in 1
metal. Dries hr
game endsdl! the BHS ,
We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Gainesville's Discount Mobile ery, BETS 11:22.8.: .
Lincoln ( it dAsh'>'.jr tjtfj| )
Mercury 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378--4Tt Home Sale Lot. One Mile season at 8-14, the first Retail List . 5.19Scotty's Avocado Sale Price :
bnshetall! season in sev- ,1 I
2201 N. :Main Gainesville NEW MOON CAPELLA
-
; "242S1Home ( BRONZEWOODLow 3.46.8.3:43.0: ; 2)) GUS BHS. however, end- 098 Avg. Retail . 11.50 21 :
jflli3 LASSLIDDELL Monthly Payments In thlri place In ths Sal Price gal. Scotty's Sale Price 7.99 J :'

Of 4820 N. W. IJth 378-134 : Star 7-5 Conference mark. with I,:,,.


Mercury-Cougar-Continental Glass MUSIC with! an 17 point "REMEMBER WHEN SALE" CONTINUES THRU MARCH 14th'I' :
Mark III-Engl..h Ford Company
was f'rw!' irjr-ed Jan. ,.
Cleanest Used Cars Available j the Tornados:: lost 62- ,
| "Glass For Every Purpose"I I :
Bolles In Jacksonville.
Auto Sales and Service I Store Fronts-Mirrors BALDWINPLototaAPIOS !
Tub Enclosures-Showere cagers camel back the i
with an outstanding!
.
SHERMETAAUTO -fc ORGANS
Furniture Tops Glass Replaced I
CV TM AamSTV : to beat Orange 4205 SIXTH ST., N. W. !
IMPORTSFACTORY I then proceeded: to lose
I NEW LOCATION .<:!iPlIf MUSICc. straight games. MsKnight '

AUTHORIZED I 1228 So. Main Gainesville only) a few minutes Gainesville Fla. I

372-8191: 1102 : O'vllle Shopping Ctr. S12-$3SS the Bolles game, but in- ,
VOI.YOtG: .
,
i his other ankle against
Phone
TRIUMPH ROVER FIAT : HEARING AID MOVERS In the conference 378-1619


SALES & SERVICE I galnemJlQQe.e( l"gi
Lone Distance Moving Statistics HOURS:
506 E. University Gainesville FactorCrallnf 13 15 10 15-53. ""
cAd( Co.hearing Storage -
372-4373 i I SUppbur Central -15 11 21 22-69.! 7:30-5:30: : WEEKDAYS
Oraudons 9-1-19. Mur-
Beauty Academy Tests 1 Free Estimates CallHILL'S 1-0-2. Oraudon 3-4-10, CASH BUYS MORE AT 7:30-4:00: : SATURDAY

I > BatteriesAccessories 8117. McGee 1-3-5. Ri-

POWELL'S I I RESORT O.()-). Totals 22953. SCOTTY'S
I Repair Service and sand call
Central -Hill tt3. H.
Beauty AcademyLearn Van Service Inc.
j that's both 6-3-15, Mobley 3-0-6 _
Custom Fitted Hearing Aids I pretty. White
*. Profession In Your 0',111. answer in this 3-1-1. L. Calhoun 2.0-4 home builders supply
3540 N.E. Waldo R4. i
Spare TIme. Pull or Part Timer 106 E. University Ave. GaJnejvtlie 372-4271 of plush cotton 8-4-20. Bollond 6214. Totals _

219 N.W. 10th 378-2769 376-0095 29-11-69. .
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5;Q"I iWRSR JI iRftfc<5Sft S I
: PERSONALS night in Lake Butler at Elizabeth Wright serving as Superintendent. All members are asked to pleas

.- HAMPTON : Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Childs of r Baptist Church. The next Speaker tot the 11 ajn. cooperate with. the Captains to
I Ft. Pierce were Sunday vis- meeting will be held in starts settles -will be Mrs.( Alma B. the financial activity, for MKcess. .

: By Mrs D. itors of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. .on March is. All members and Bacon. At 3 p.m. The Junior Mrs. M. J. White Is thanking ,.
B. JHH Childs. Interested friends are Invited) Church will be in charge. At 4 each of you In advance for

.- WATCH PRESENTED They all drove to Ocala to visit Miss Darlene Underhill of 4o attend. p.m. Choir will be on parade. your coop: atton.
TO SCHOOL SECRETARYFirst the Calvin Richard family. Starke visited Miss Sue White CHURCH NEWS
graders at Hampton Remember the county fair, Sunday afternoon. Greater Bethlehem Tree Win
Elementary School presented a coming up April 1-4, and planto News Baptist Church, Rev. Jaspe
program on George Washington show the best of your year's Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cleve- Williams: pastor.
and the Revolutionary War era work: In the agriculture division land Sullivan last Tuesday were The pastor and congregation NOTICERegistration

last Friday morning under the. there will be classes for Mrs. Mary Watterson and Mrs. Hy Elizabeth Givens; Walker will go to High Springs to render
direction of Mrs. Shlrra Balr, livestock, swine, poultry and Belle Brown of Hampton.A.B. service for Rev. McArthurat
teacher. rabbits agricultural products; Terri Breeden ---- - -
USAF -- Mt. Olive BapLlst Church for third trimester courses at the
Following the program the and the home division Includes has completed basic trainingat .Sunday morning. Evening ear
children presented a watchto foods, canned and baked nee- Lackland Air Force Base RECREATION NEWS Friday: night. vice 6 Monday night Vocational-Technical Center in Starke will be
Miss Jan Paul, secretaryat dlework; arts and crafts. The in Texas and is spending a The Starke Recreation De GIRL SCOUTS Choir No. p.m.1 rehearsal. TueaJay held during the week of March 9, 1970. Last day

the school for more than flower show and horticulture leave with family and friends partment will hold Its 4th& Aaftual Girl Scout Week WednelldaY'I: night, Choir No. 3 rehearsal of third trimester will be June 5. 1970. Coursesfor
four years who was leavingfor exhibit should find some entries here before reporting to an- invitational Basfcttball 14. The Scouts will and Ushers Board No. 2 meet- high school credit, general education, typing
airline Students had
work. of the
from this part other station in Washingtonstate. Tournament (originally setae day March 8,
] Ing. Wednesday night. Prayer and shorthand; also courses for preparation for
collected for the watch Get book rules from
money county. a on .
: .
hued for Feb. 27-28)) on Friday services together at
Meeting. Thursday night Lads
and also gave Miss Paul a the Chamber of Commerce office Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- the GED Examination will be offered.
,
March 6-7 In the Methodist Church .
Saturday Circle will meet at homeof
scroll signed by all stud ants have entries readyby
ham visited
your Mr.and Mrs.Merle
Parents asked to ,
RJE Games twill be played are/
gym. Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Prayer
I in the school. She was to leave Tuesday March 31, and 'akea Packham Jr. at Salt Springs Vocational and Technical include
offerings
Ii!! Jacksonville Monday for Kansas part.- It's your fair! Take Monday evening. a.s follows: March 0, 7 pan. operate! with your Band Meeting a/t/ home of Mrs. course -
i; City, Mo., for training and note, too of the talent con- Mrs. J.A. Swindell and family Hawks vs Lawtey; 8 1I.m.. getting them to the Sarah Prince. Saturday dinner bookkeeping, basic electricity, auto me-
clerical work with an airline. test-- deadline for entries for of Glen St. Mary visited Jacksonville vs Falcons. Saturday time. roil ha sold< from the church chanics horticulture, radio & television repair,

Mrs. Yvonne Hodges of Hampton that is Thursday, March 19. her uncle Walter Swindell, and March 7.2 p.m., Daytona DELL CHAPTER kitchen. All members are ask refrigeration and air conditioning basic clothing
Lake is the new secretary- Contact Richard Jockel at the family Saturday afternoon.Mr. vs winner of flraB game: The regular ed to please' cooperate with construction, and general science.
,:r; aid at the school and began Middle School. and Mrs. Harold Mills, 3 p.m.. Keller High>> vs winner Chapter 168 will be the activities! of the church.
jjir! work Monday. Jr., Lori, Jason and Todd of of second, game.Consolation (Thursday) In the Greater Allen Chapel AME
r' School Principal Lennard .. Jacksonville Beach visited Harold game will begin on Brownlee Street Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins, The GED Examination which qualifies a person -
Register expressed his thanksto 6 6 F Mills, Miss Dorothy Mills, at 7:30: ( p.m. Saturday night All members\ are pastor. for a high school equivalency diploma will

I the PTA for 12 new swings, and-Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sulli- and the Championship at 8:30.: please be present The annual Women's Day pro. be administered during the week of June 8 thru
and to Foster Hayes for his THERESSA van Jr. and Rusty Sunday af Bradford Hawks will play Pa. NAACP MEETINGThe gram will be observed Sunday 12, 1970.
help in installing them. Locatedon ternoon. laUca Braves following the Pal- regular beginning with Sunday School!

I the school playground they By Dorothy Mills cons nd Jacksonville game NAACP was held at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Anna
supplement two older swing.
sets, which have nine swings. Phone 4734518

This year there will be a "
full week for spring vacation

with classes out from Monday, HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ,t EAGLE ARMY- NAVY

March 23, through Friday, Telephone 473-4188. Sunday ,- v eh e
March 27-- classes again the School 10 a.m.; Morning Wor- \ L? .,tR

day after Easter Monday, ship, II.; Training Union 6:30 eAG e
fl4
March 30, Mr. Register said. /
p.m.; Evening Worship 7:15: ; HAS EVERYTHINGEXCEPT NAVY
Concerning absences during the Wednesday evening PrayerService -
recent flu outbreak he said 7:30, with choir practice ore. F DISCOUNT SiORIS
there were the most children
afterward. Sa ; 1 LOWER BETTER
back in school Monday than 2 *
PRICES QUALITY
there had been in several HIGH PRICES
c 4WE'RE .t MORE
weeksonly eight! absent-- NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB 0 wi
so hopefully most of the flu A reminder to students In Fl13LQ ti '7 ** w */FACt
e
!has
season passed. grades 1 through 6 of the New ARMYNAVY

BRIDAL SHOWER Life Bible Club meeting each SrOREf BIGGER & BETTER IN'70 Quantrty
Monday after school at the mobile Right*
Miss Linda Harrison was FRIDAY & SATURDAY
"Children's Chapel, Hope
guest of honor at a bridal shower -
Baptist Church.
Saturday evening at the homeof

Mrs. Robert Story in Jack- BENNIE ROEBUCK S MEN'S LADIES' :; LADIES' DUSTERS LADIES' LADIES'

sonville. Funeral services for Bennle
The daughter of Mr. and Mr;. Roebuck of Gainesville who NAVY SHOES PATINA SANDALS 100? cotton NYLON PAJAMAS
Forrest J. Harrison of Jacksonville !;- Snap front, ,
died Feb. 26 at a Gainesville
.
she is the brideelectof :
two pockets
hospital, were held Saturday U.S. last / GOWNS Sanforized
,
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Charlea Hlnson, son of H.B. / 1 Short sleeve *
afternoon. Feb. 28, at John- Leather uppers i'' Adjustable side snap ,
Hlnson of Han;+.on. The wed- son-Hayes Chapel, with Inter- _. styling inattractive N y to n'Acetate in a' closing, lovely prints -
ding is set for Friday, April Qualityconstruction, l prints j '
ment at Archer Cemetery. Mr. assorted styles Sizes 34 40
3, in Jacksonville. Roebuck was well known here 1'--( Sizes S M L ,' + Pastel colors with +'
Thong style e
the miscellaneous
Attending and attended Homecoming throughout 'fi7--... lace
frequently /r1 Attractive o. trim
shower from Sizes
Hampton were I 196
Day observances at *
Mrs. David Allen, and the Mlj- Hope Baptist Church. The sym- 612 pastel shades late i i Sizes S'M'L y.r 1 .
Joan and Alma Hlnson. = YOU SAVE 58C e
ses s YOU SAVE 72e
pathy of the commit ilty is extended -


PERSONALS:Mr.: and Mr). Gerald Addns to his family. S'r; : 1 131

visited Don Adkins In Dundee
BRIDAL SHOWER
on Tuesday last week and also
visited Mr. and Mrs.W.P. Kelly Thirty-one friends gatheredat
in Winter Haven. the educational\ building at
Seymour Bailey was taken to Hope Baptist Church Thursday ; MEN'S LOAFERS I W GIRLS' ACETATE PANTIES '
Bradford! County Hospital in evening Feb. 26, for a mis- '
Starke last week for treatment. cellaneous shower given by the 4\ Popular styling, rich Brown s'lades "Full site for extra comfort

Visitors Saturday night with ladles of the church honoring Vinyl uppers, long wearing soles MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER Assorted pastels, sizes 4 I' '

Mr and Mrs. Paul Ba!>.var ware Mrs Plenn G.iann, a recent Sizes YOU SAVE 1.00 j YOU SAVE 78tMEN'S
Mr. Babyar's brotherinlawand bride. Game prizes wore won 5 7 12 JEANS
by Mrs. Julian McRae and Mrs.
sister, Mr. and Mrs Ert -
his Inez Triest, and refreshmentsof PERMANENT puss
.y'fl JfoffiBjiV"! nephew '
RottalefiStttffSt-and .family, all cake, punch, nuts, and mints \ I N AT'LI Y. SO ID'AT $5.95 V o a 4/72
of Hawthorne. ** were served. The honoree received ,
.
Mrs. Foster Hayes entered many lovely gifts. =us ,; You'll recognize the famousMEN'S 'yl

Bradford County Hospital last I n3ll1e. quality and styling ''
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Thursday, for treatment. GET WELL WISHESTo CREPE SOLE Popul at colors ZJ COTTON SHIRTS
,
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Miss Jo Ann Kuykendall ,.
Mrs. M.M. Matchett was taken \ .* SIzeS 28/36 S
to Alachua: General Hospital at Alachua General Hospital; Smart LOAFERS "Slight irregs. "AO4tt \ 1 Full cut, taped neck: I00r cotton,
for Mrs. Minnie Fhodsn, Miss Dot- stylingin shrink resistant
treatment last
week \ YOU SAVE I.S2 YOU SAVE 7Ia
> Tan Brown
Wayne Matchett of Long Island tie Rhoden, and Mrs. Percy White only
N.Y., and Don Pearson Sullivan Sr., in Bradford County t' Bone: Sizes : .iv1 Sixes S M LMEN'S ,
of Miami were here with the Hospital. We are glad to / ,-
report that Mr. and M.... Arthur \ -6'I :"" mI72 3/100
M.itchetts for two days. Gnann have returned to "'--I 3R6t. I : F

Visiting here Sunday with Mr. their home from Clay Memorial !!t.&JBOYS' 1 .
and Mrs. Gerald \.thins: were Hospital, Green Cove ,
their son-in-law and daugher, Springs, and that E.S. Sibleyis '
Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Smith at home after spending some HALF BOXER PANTS J CUSHION CREW ;
and children of Jacksonville.
time In Bradford County Hos
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Tapered leg popular assorted colors/
in J (UJNJON colors .
Striped top, white &
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To Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan YOU SAVE 2ICBOYS'

who returned to their ",, '. -- '.). fZ1I 3/100
home here Sunday: after spend- 99'e
ing several months in Miami. .
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if

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r I A tantalizing mixture of peanuts, cashews ;, .
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i fi! VI hen Louie X\' rrijjneil. Frame was notoriou ,r Assorted colors A 13 ounce can t V "

i i f "l> extravagant. Court furniture was YOUSAVI38SelfStacking < LYDIA GRIY

%fi! ornate. k TEXIZE JANITOR FACIAL TISSUE : .
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Agricultural Conservation Exams Open Bradford Studies Plan r

Program Fights PollutionPollution For Substitute She's The New I''
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ClerkCarrierThe For High School Addition

abatement practices producers for work done on r
for use on agricultural lands farms. They are not available Maid Of Cotton The Bradford County School be raised. He suggested that
have been added to the 1970 to nonfarm businesses. Basic U. S. Civil Service Commission -, Board Is studying a proposal the money might be borrowedfor
I Agricultural Conservation Pro- legislation provides that cost has announced the an addition to Bradford locally on a short-term
gram, according to Leaton Mor- may be shared only for work opening oQ the substitute clerk High School made by Supt.basis. i
gan, Jr., chairman of the Brad- having soil and water conser- carrier examination for post of- Tom Casey at Tuesday regDuring the discussion which
ford County Agricultural Stabilization benefits for farmland.He ular meeting
9 ; vation floes! In Florida. followed, it was brought out
and Conservation(ASC) also explained that gener-
that the board J win not have
Committee ally the public and the farmer Casey proposed a 12.15,
Primary purposes of these each pay about one-half of the Each competitor, will have classroom addition. c o s tin g'''a clear picture of finances until
conservation practices are to cost of carrying out conser- preference to be employed In about 180000. which would after the legislature meets and
help prevent siltation of vation practices, but In the one of three post offices which replace the upstairs classrooms''acts on various education I
streams and bodies of water. case of enduring type pract- !lie may ''designate. in the old "C" building. He'' bUls.
Livestock sewage lagoons, ices the cost-share ratio may said the addition would contain) Board member Charles Sawyer
and measures for controlling be 8020. then suggested that the board
Starting' salaries are $3.00 'about 12.000 square feet of !
sedimentation In streams, A special signup! period will meet as a committee to study
per hour, and all qualified uscable
applicants space.
ponds and lakes have been approved be held at the county; ASCS : ,will receive consideration I &- the alternatives on financing.The .
for use In all Florida office for accepting requestsfor ...:A- and with two
:;: Poulfrymen counties. These,practices were cost-share assistance on without regard to race. superintendent said the possibly come up
religion, color, national! origin. addition represented only a start;or three plans from which a
added to the program as a result pollution abatement practices.The .
To Hear LeaderIn of Increasing concern about signup started March 2, or sex political affiliations, or of a master plan for the high 'course of action might be
any other non-merit lactor. school and that the cost of selected.
all types; of water and air pollution and will extend through March
Including agricultural- 31. The Chairman urged that the entire project would be from: A meeting was set up for 4
Research related pollution.In Interested farmers and ranch- $600,000 to 750000. !Mar. 11, at 7 p. m., for that '

announdlng the availability ers visit the county; office Interested; persons may con- ;:f4*; : ..1 ;&( He said the board will have purpose. Casey said he will in-
of these practices,Morgan said, during the signup! period and tact any postmaster' for the $80,000 in capital outlay funds vite BHS Principal Ralph Diggs1
"We are very much concerned request needed cost assistance.iieiientIn. necessary application. lCOTTON'S for the addition but that the to attend and present his
Dr. Robert R. Harms, one of about farm-related pollution remaining $100.000 will have to ideas.
the leasing::! names In poultry and will strive to do our part
':I; science, will be featured speaker in Its control. We believe ASCS.a .
;'' at the Poultry) Association!. grassroots organization basedon I Term IV Registration Set Wed.
meeting Tuesday March 10, the farmer-elected committee I Rebel I Run
et 8 p.m. In the Bradford Agrt- system, can do the Job I I At Santa Fe JC Starke Center
under our Agricultural Con-
., culture Building. ------ -
;. 1
:- servation Program. Marks NEW MAID-Gayle Thornton (center). 20- Registration for Term IV at science, social science, and
Dr. Harms, head of the The Chairman pointed out that Set year old junior at the University of Mississippi from the Santa Fe Junior College speech.
Poultry Department and: Nutritionist cost-sharing of these practices Meridian, Miss., is the 1970 Maid of Cotton. Named first
Starke Center, located in the Persons planning to enroll
at the Unlversly of will be available toagricultural alternate at the finals in Memphis on December 30 was
Facing' tough Class AA competition BBS statistic.120.YI. Louellen Aden (right), 20. New Orleans a junior at Lou Bradford County; MiddJeSchool must pay tuition at the time
Florida, is he author of num- ,
will be held Wednesday, March of registration and Initial registrants
In Jacksonville .Saturday : High H'Jl''I:' ?sJIm- isiana Polytechnic Institute. Kibbie Simmons (left), 21-
", erous publications, with his 11, from 3:30 to 7 mur.1, PlY a $5 non-
scored year old Emory University senior from Decatur Ga., was : p.m.
Tornaio: runners< Andrews! 16.0. fifth place, 2
: ) my
;! primary Interest being In the CommissionersGiven chosen second alternate. The new Maid will make an Courses will be offered <:on- refundable application lee.
8 1.3 points In the 1970 Rebel! Barton 18.9
field cf protein, energy, and points: George : international fashion and good will tour for the American tinously from 3:30 to 10:03p.m.: It will also be possible for
mineral requirements of 'broil Jobs Run at Forrest' High: School and Jerry Dyal 19.3 :Esott Whitehead cotton industry beginning January 25 in Canada. each Tuesday and Thursday:' persons who plan to tike courses -
ers. replacement of pullets, and ,broke five Bradford: High School :::! 19.7! and Danali! }:!, Keys 19.3 All of the classes offered will at the College centers In

laying hens. He received: his Committee heads named by records. 100Yd. DashJohn Douglas be held for approximately "'1/2 Gainesville to register at
:' master's degree In Poultry Nutrltlon Brad'ord Commission Chair- "Considering! we ran against 10.2 :3--way tie for sixth place, How To Combat Blight hours on each du/ with sub- :Starke daring this time.
nearly all AA schools we came 1-3 points Wallace!! Lee 10.5.
:
from the University of man Zedra Hamilton are: jects scheduled so that beginning .
Arkansas in 1954 and hlsi Ph. through with some excellent Brant Turner 10.6 Tommy Of Azalea BlossomsAZALEA students may carry a full
D. In the same field from Texas Roads and bridgesRalph performances' says Coach, Smith' 10.9 Wayne! Bennett academic load of twelve hours The first trans-Allantic
A&M College in 1956. Bryan. George Loper. 10.9. Billy Bl Mosquito ControlMrs.. Jes- Especially outstanding was Smith 13.1.: David Roberts' 13.7. layed. If it can miss a sched-
:: He came to the University of sie Chastaln. ithe effort of freshman Larry One Mile! Run-R'char.1! rill petal blight Is a When the new green ap The Starke Center curriculum: ule just like any other plane,
Florida in 1962 as professor of Health and WelfareDave (Green who. in a span of 20 minutes 4:59.5: BuJdy,(! Paterson 5:03.: fungus disease that attacksthe pears then cut above includes courses in art, business we assume it is fully opera
poultry science, and became Shuford. ran the 3.4 mile! In 3:32.4. Jimmy Lowery 507:' Leonard flowers, causes them to English, religion, tional.
head of the Poultry Department Civil Defense Recreation placing: fifth, and then the two Garret 5:12.: Holland Corbitt wilt and turn a slimy brown.If _fi--4aa-t its..-.:.- aaY.n-O -- -- ---s.seta a ss-srl
in 1963. Before coming J.M. (Buck) Norman. mile run In 10:40.1: a tie! for 5:45.: :
.: to Florida he was associate professor Motor Vehicle Inspection Station sixth place. Both are records 330-Yd. Dash -John Douglas you want to be sure of aiI
having show of azalea
J.M. (Buck) Norman.: for Bradford Hgh! runners. BHS record! your
of poultry science at the 36.5 new ( : Tommy
blooms without this disasteryou
University; of Tennessee.Dr. Suwannee River Valley Authority Other! outstanding) efforts!! Smith :39.5. Old BHS record by
must begin to the
; Ralph Bryan.Commodities came from Jimmy Andrews:! Bill Belcts' 368) spray
Harms was awarded Program to dis- :who had a busy day placing 330-YJ., Intsrmediate: :! Hurdles:! flower buds as they open week and I Till Debt I
.:.: Ralston Purina Fellowship tribute: surplus food- DaveShu- Rfth:: In the 120- d. high hur- Jimmy Andrews: 43.1 fourth repeat through spraying the blooming every season.
:::: in 1954, and Is a member of ford and Zedra Hamilton. dles In 16.0. was: fourth In the place, three politis.! New BHS

:.:=.., World's Poultry Science Assoc- 330-yi: intermediate hurdles in record. There is no cure once petal
.. tatton, and several honor sGC,) Appointments are for the calendar 43.1, and turned: a good 1:40.5: 440-Yd. Dash Wallace Lee blight strikes you have to
lelles.AH year of 1970. effort In the 660 yard run. 53.5 eighth place: Wayne Bennett prevent it from getting on
.;:-: John Douglas a BH5 sprinter 54.5. Rpndy Hodores 63,s. your flowers. DoUsPart.I II
': members of the Poultry- did the 100 in 10.2 for sixth 180Yd. Low HU1'le'lScott\:! i iI
,.:; men's Association! : ani: other place, the 330-yard run In 36.5. Whlteh-iad, 235 Bob, Dyal, 25.5. ZINEB: Is recommended for
Interested poultrymen are Invited a new BHS record, sad, the 220- 8BO-Yd.! Run-Alan Pate 217.5: control of azalea petal blight.It .
to hear Dr. Harms. yard dash In 23.4, a tie! for Mike Gissy 239.: may be applied with a host I

.,.,............ .......... .___..............UH...._._._._._._..._.....,.,...,., sixth place. 3-4 Mile Run- Larry Green! jar or some other small applicator Victor's Tallymastor homo nd: k1n, I
Buddy: Patterson set a new 3:32.4: new BHS record; fifth or with power sprayerif I machine is a handy little home appliance that
+: BHS mark for 1:34.5-: the 1 GOO place. 2 points! !!; Richard Pill the azaleas are large and I
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f :JFI'; HJ might save your marriage. Because it will
: numerous.
DeWitt C. I II yard run.Wallace. 3:37: Steve Futch 4:25: Terry I
the number
:! Lee did the 100 In Gaines 4:30.: Petal blight docs not harm save you money, one problem I
1
':!10.5 the 20: in 23.8. and:! the 440 220Yd. Dish John Douglas the plants but it makes a in so many marriages. I '

1 STARKE |1 :1n;, 53.5. Wayne Bennett was 234. tie for sixth place.l.a mess of the flowers. 1 It adds, subtracts and multiplies. And gives .. I
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+ timed at 54.5 In the 440 yard point: Wallace 23.8, Tommy I
|% PHONE 964.6200 ;3g \\1: dnsh.; -. Bm'.t125.0.. Jerald Smith 31.5.David Don't cut back frozen plants 1 you a printed tape for tax records. r. "< '&'I/ .
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:: |:! Richard Fill! doubled for a Roberts 32.5.: until you can 'see the new I Precision-built to Victor business mash: V*
:: 4:59.5 mile run, and a 3:37: In flfiO-Yd.: Run-Buddv Paterson (leaves coming out. This shows standards. But decor | KEYSTONE HEIGHTS |i:'the 3-4 mile. Goorg Barton 1:34.5: noel BUS record; Ricky you where to cut and how far appliance colors-Avocado, Harvest Cold! oredsvood
;:leaped! 19-1 in the long Jump. Frick 1:::3:>.0. Alan Paz 1:30.0.: back the stems were frozen. I
|11; PHONE 473.3176 |1:: "All in all, It was an Improving Jimmy Andrew 1:40.5.: Leon You find stems of I \\ Blue. Electric models.as little! as I
; effort ''against some very Manning 1:54.5.: (Old BHS record may I $69.95, hand-operated from 5950.:
;.:.;:?.?". tf:::::%::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::;:.:;;;:;:=:::=:=::1; tough competition," Coach by Williams Scojgins some only the plants foliage are was intact fiozen.and I Tallymastcr. present for the family at I

:::=:=:__a..... _._.._. ._. ._.._.._. ._. ....Loper. -says.-! .-.-. -. -- -. 1:35.8):Two) Mile! However, since this was sucha Christmas could go a long way toward I
.:.M :; .... . . e ..... .... Run -Larry Green cold and wet winter the I Year.
e 10:40.1 new BHS record, tie for damage is probably greater assuring a peaceful Ncw I
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:::::::=S sixth place'i: point'! : Jimmy than usual. I At most stationery and leading department .
.':' Lowery 11:09: Holland Corbitt stores. Or write Victor Comptometer
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'.:.:. Shot Put Bill Corporation, Chicago, 111., 60618. I
.. .. Bubv 40-7, Jacksonville .
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Dan-y Jack'on 35-10 3.4, Stan I
:.....:....:'. manew ley Gay 350. Ray Jordoni, 34-8. I VICTDR 1
Discus! !! Stanley Gay 1086, 1
Jim Shuford 998. Davis, Nap Business personal adding machine .
::::: ier 09-4 Bill Ruby 98-9, Bob
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.:..:. were Jimmy Davis, Charles ; ('..,_-.
Crawford and Fayanne Fara- Always Good Used Cars. ,:.::
Of Homes To Suit bee all from Team 4. I 11
921 Laura St. Ph. 358.565'FTFt'TRT
.. The BMS Cress Country .
j Every Family/ !boys who ran and ranked; 17lh \or I
,: In the nation were Jimmy Cau- .
'..., .... ley Tim Crews, and James ( MOTORSPEAVY 1I
:tiI :..... Chandler cf Team 4; Sylvester 1 r 1
U' e Lett. Gerald Griffis, and Steve Brothers
Thomas, Team 6; and) Wade
Garrett, Team 3. Electric Co., I
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called an "ensign suit", but (Western Clothing Leathergoods. I Telegraph Inc. I
by any name it spells com Saddle and Trailer
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r Good Will Bags following Columbia appointed County 8:00.tlntee A.M.: IVATIC) Or INTENTION NAMH TO : Wetle. Of Reartne: Oa PetHloaFev In The Circuit Court Of Fl.rl4' here In the Ur.iAfnrd: County
ERui i Baker County 8:30: A.M. MriOISTBR FICTITIOUS given that M..'... And AHmirlArtmealOf llhtli Jndlrlal Clrrnlt I. Aaa fourthoun. at 10:00: a.m., on
Notice I la hereby
To Be CollectedBy Union County 9:00 A. 111.Madl.on the undersigned under the pro Panned Platted Mtrert' !., Fur Mrn.lford Voantr. March :27, 1970 or a. soon
County 1:30 A. M visions o-f Chapter 80,953 Law Flnrt-llnve, RnbdlvtnlnnTo Case. No. thereafter as Petitioner may *>.
Nassau County 10:00: A. M. Whom'Tt Slav (" of Name of
1941. willretlater nnr.rntYou In Re: Chnnne heard, for an Order changing
of
BY Boy Scouts Of Florida. Act
JOYCE: STOKES Clay County 10:30 A.M. with the Clerk of the will take notice. that In Minor Child: )los.aelta Wash- Petitioner's minor child' name
COUNTRY Lafayette County 11:00 A. M. Brad a<-rc1"noe. with the prnvlnlons from Ronexetta Washington to
MUSIC SHOW and for
Court In
: 'when his mom gave :him b Alachua County 11:30 A. M. Circuit Florida upon of Section :3.16.09' throuvh 31612 Notice Of Intention To Apply Ronecetta: Map Johnson by which
It van another big :night in :party, at: their home on Char Local Boy Scouts will deliver Duval> County 1:00: P. M. proof ford of County.publication of this no- Florida. Statute, a nubile he..rInir For Clrnnne Of Nm. name the minor child thereafter
Levy County 1:30: P. M. will he held hv the Board of Wlllla Benjamin Washing be known.
TO
ofFIjCK'S :
Brooker last Saturday. The Good Turn tied of the flotltlou name
lotte Ave. Gary received :many Day bags for Goodwill Dixie County 2:00 P. M. DRIVE under which County Oommlsiiionera" nl Bradford ton Paled at Rtarke Florida this
:music show ig-ets ''better each nice gifts. Industries, in Starke this Suwannee County X:30: P. M. I am .n.aCed In IN.business at Ml County. "'Inrl"". In the Unknown nth day of February, 1970.
Taylor County 3:00: P. M. County Cnsnml.+lonerB. Roomof Notice I" given that the n time. Featured on the program Saturday March 7. South Walnut St. Starke Flit.
We extend our sympathy to Bradford County 8:30 P. M. the Bradford, County Courthoune. Petitioner pelllah Wash- Delilah WuMhlnfrtan." PetitionerShaw
were the New River Boys, the ''the family of FAd Polk who Distribution of the bags is in Ollohrlet County 4:00 P. M. Temple Mary A Brown"e.' Starke, Owner Fla.. Ell N. In RMrke Flnl'1.' on : who.. Lxwtey.Bresford .. And Sanders.
Hamilton County 4:30: P. M. Monday, Anrll 1. 1970. at 9:30: l"P.. O. Box 95. 142 Went Call. StreetStarke.
Plainsmen and a visitingband.. died in the University' Medical preparation for Boy Scout Good The proposed primary five- Dated this 10th day" of February. Florida. Intend to .
Bradlord n'clnek A. M. nn the petition of Countv. Florida 32091
The County Gentlemen, of Center last week. Turn Day on Saturday March year work program for the A.County.D. 170 Fla.at Starke.a-11 U 1-S- inward R. C"nrl..t ux et a.)., apply to the Honorable GeorgeIe TSy Elsie S. flinders
Lowell. These fellows were 14, when the filled bags will ;)'par. beginning July 1. 1070 which petition wa. imread upon Fallen Judge of the Ell.hlhJudlclnl Attorney for Petitioner
(IMr. and Mrs. Jessie W. Dukes
-
.tnruuch June 30. 1975) 'for Dletrlot the minutes '"f a meeting of i."lr..ult. In and for 2-S 4t 3tlSCOTT'S
'Teal great. They have two end family of Gainesville were be collected. A filled bag will Two of )Mid... Dugartment la The Court Of The Onats. ad( Board ..f County. Conimln. Bradford County, at his .cham
lead] guitar players and a dinner guests of (Mrs. Ethel provide approximately four of TranHporlatlon wUl "...br.. Bradford Ceaatr F4rIda. .. ..", on March" 2. 1A7I.
PI a>t the office of senueating ..
}
Board clone
timimmer who is really: some Russ Sunday.' hours of work for a handicapped the Clerk. -, the Circuit. Court: In Re Probate.In Katate of Minnie C. .and ahnndot that*, said unuiied. nl'teilstreet Jtr .,. -
thing. Ouesi-s .on this .allow included Mr. and Mrs. James Jemlgan person at the Goodwill indus- five In each of the above Counties Strliwcl Deceased. hereinafter.. describedand
Uy to the
tries rehabilitation center in publlo hearing Ta Ab Creditors And Pertona renounce and" dlorlnlm any
Eddie: Gustoiteon. of and ch'ldren! of Phoenix Ala.. Jacksonville.Local on ThU March public 13th.hearing Having Claim Or Demands rlnht wf Bradford County Flor. I
bolnff
Jacksonville (Milton Seaborn. Said Estate In and tothe
; (were weekend quests of Mr. held pursuant to-. Section 334.21 Against. ida and the public
You and each of you ar. land lying within nld unused -
Ocala; and three young boys. and; Mrs. David Fussell and Scouts have participated of the Klurlila & Seestun notified and required to prenentjiny platted ..lreetald: lin-
4n the 19(9
Regular of
Bill and Rowland Henry, and family. The Fussells. along in this activity for the the Florida State: Lelillalu.ture. claim and demand which have
Randy Davis, of Jacksonville. ,with their house guest, attend past eight years joining Scouts James Klnecr D.Florida Ward Deportment District En- you against or either the estate of you of, may Minnie C. S..Pine tier Street plat, thereof and Cypress re...orrtM Street In Mobile Home

Two door prizes were given ed the Orange State JamboreeIn from 13 other Northeast Florida Transportation of SU-lanel. deceased. tae of ald of Pint Book 3. Pare. 4. ...f FJiTlJTnven .- SalesSLASH

during intermission set of Mlcanoov Saurdav night. counties in support of the 8-20 3t .13" Bradford the County Florida, at "riintv." a Buh Florid-lvl-ion Inj. Bradford

oteaflc knives donated by a lo Among those attending, the Goodwill Industries program. his office In StarkohFlorida AU Interested parties may ao- a
cal merchant Car oil and la The ClrcnU Court Of Florid said County at pear end" be heard at the time
Roy Concert EddIe Arne
featuring from
months .
lCI klk Judicial Clrrult !* tail within lx calendar and place. above oneclfledPoted
a transistor' radio: In the ahape old In Jacksonville Saturday! : There is no backlog of ma- .Per llrarlford C'oamtr. the date of the first publication'nand' or this 2nd day o-f March Li : -

of u fide Lard, .Onlll..d ''I>Y Mar. night were: Mr. and Mrs.' Ron- terial for the handIcapped[ work Faustina Case M.No Lester: Plaintiff.vs notice.Hhall be- In hr t realdenee and A. D. 1!>70prverd I = : ,.

vin Graham of Gainesville. aid Bristol' Mr. and Mrs. W. ers at this time, and it is hopedby Ernest Lee Lester, Defend shall Mate the place of
of the
And have good Goodwill officials ant. and pout office address O* CnnntvOf Commteslnner'
we more Blgrham Dolly Harrell. Tony that22,000 NOTICE OF SUIT ..Ialn.nt. and hiseagentnhisattorney Rrodfffrd.. .. i ll1
news. .It was announced* Saturday Castlen Valerie and Kathy filled bags will be collectedby TO: Ernest Lee Lester by the claimant 01'' P-v -aInmnn County P. Omen Florida I e

/ night! that there will now Bristol, and Shirley: Green. Scouts of the North Florida Z20 Blckett. North Boulevard64Loulsburg. Carolina 27* dun,,,nd and not any so filed such. attallabevoid. claim. Mark of Bald Board :1 1'a
!be .two shows a month, on the Council on March 14. \ REAL) 7 7raxasr
second and, last Saturday nightof David! FuAsell and son John S49You Are Hereby Notified thatan Ann Bl'OmI..y Eastwood. Exs- Oeorne IT. Plere a f
N. T. A. ot the Attr.t Law
action for divorce has been matrix p. B. c.
Henry, and Tony Castlen were Local Scout leaders have of P. O. Drawer 1030Starke
each month. The next show filed against! you and a prayer ,.n...to Will and Testament'
will be March 14. so make your visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ervin asked everyone receiving a bag contained within( the Complaintrequests Minnie C. Btrlmel.. deceased.. Florida 85 It
[Miller ar> family In Jacksonville March 7 to fill it the Court to award Firm publication F 9.2A: '419719:
plans: now to be there by 9 on promptly :; that certain property owned by -
p.m.: Monday night. with clothing, appliances, or you and your wife aa tenants
The children! enjoyed the two- other articles to be repaired by the .entireties located In
lUrodford : County described asTli
NEW ARRIVALS day holiday from school Thursday and thus support Scout Good SB% of SW;
Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Teteton4 and 'Friday. However, top Turn Day. 9.Bunt Township containing 7 South 40 acres Range., more 20 W & D TRACTOR SALES

are the proud parents of twin Charlie Castlen It proved. >to be or less
painful and: exciting. It burg. to your wife Faustina M. Lester
girls born last week In Brad .rather an a lump sum .. alimony,
ford County Hospital. They are seems as If Charlie: was having.! Mr. and MM. Paul Emory.Sr. and you are required to serve n Box 75 LaCrosse Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628 I
'now at home and 'doing fine. IlL ball riding this horse and as of Alachua, and Mr. e. Id copy of your written defenses LIVING
Elsie OLIVER COSTS
If any to It on S. Sanders TRACTORS
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (Dick) fast 'as he could get the horseto Mrs. Joe Little and family! of. Attorney for Plaintiff whose

Starling are receiving congratulations go came to a tree and a Miami enjoyed a hamburger address Is 142 West Call Street, 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
P. O. Box 1086, Florida
on the birth of anothefl ;fence the horse made It fry at the home of Mr. and 32091 and file the t&n with Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home
baby! :boy, about two through Just, fine but the barbed Mrs. Paul Emory Jr. ,the Clerk of the above styled Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland

weeks ago. wire on the fence gave Mr. and' Mrs. Reed! Lewis Court 1970: otherwise on or before a Judgment March maybe 30. Transplanters, Cole Planters, and SAVE! NOW''

Charlie quite! a cut on his right and famIly' of Silver! : Springs entered against! you for the John Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others.
relief demanded In the Complaintof
PTA BUYS FREEZER teg-Just 28 etl'tches fixed it up were visiting C. L. Atkinson Petition. Our Low On'rht'nd'el'ln; Savings! For !

"The Brooker PTA met Tuesday fine and he's almost as goodas and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes Wltnean. my hand and tho neat Combine and Hay Equipment North
V. S. :.101
06-I-6R57
of said Court the 18th day Phone -
on
night Feb. 24. with the new right now .and ready to .and family Sunday. of February 1970. .

president, Wilbur Andrews pre. ride another horse. :Mr. and MT\ E. A. Sapp of (SEAL) TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET !
Inrnnn D. OreenAs MODELS '
Idlng. The need of a new Vfa are sorry to learn" that New River were visiting: :Mrs. Clerk of said Court

!freezer for the cafeteria was Mrs. Earl Crawford is a patientat Nora Sapp Sunday.Mr. By Beulah M. MoodyAs C. STARKE
Callin Williams
discussed. and a motion made Gain- Paul Jr. Deputy Clerk and Raymond Dyal
/ the Medical! Center la and Mrs. Emory 2.21 Ct 3.10 I
to purchase one for the lun U esville. and' family were Sunday dinner

room. Mr. end Mrs. Paul Prescott. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul .
----------------------------------
HERE AND THEREFouryearold attended funeral services for Emory Sr. in Alachua. --,.---,.-------'"...

Doug and DoaGreen : Mrs. Dessle Carroll In Chief Glad to hear that Dennis rjiRioiii--
"
twin sons of Mr. .and land last'eek.' Hodge Is home from the hospital. ; ;

Mrs. Stanley Green, celebrated Mrs. Orle Prescott and el\ll-: .

their 'birthday Sunday with a dren of Lutz spent, Sunday 'with Mrs. Tore Rodgers is back FRESH i i OR RIB 1 II1

family picnic. !Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott: home after \spending several

Mrs. A. David Fusssll! was Mr. and Mrs. Merle Da.wand days with her non-in-law and FOOD

hostess( to her Jr. Sunday children of Rogersville, Mo.. daughter. Mr ant:: Mrs. Elwood STEAKS

School Class of the Graham epent last week 'with Mr. and :Heaters In Gafresvffle. Mr. and I 1I

(Baptist Church at a lovely Val Mrs. Stanley Green and family. Mrs. Heaters have a new baby. I 1

entine ;party at her home last Mr. and: Mrs. Kenneth Green girl born recently. 1 1

Saturday.Mrs. and family of Wildwood: were FRYERS I FAIR

Ethel Russ was pleas visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy s O9

antly surprised last Tuesday Gren and family Saturday.Mrs. .II..P Circuit rtrratt Of Con Florldn* !:lhthJudicial I. | LBi I

'When :friends and relatives Eva Harrell has Just returned ..And For Bradford CouatyCHII I I

(brought her a pretty 'birthday to her home here after Cane No.Action 700 1 I SUPERMARKETS I

cake, and food for a big birthday spending several days with Mr. Chnrlea Slmchera.. Plaintiff V. I FLORIDA 1 -------------------- I
celebration. and Mrs. See-ber Edwards:\ In Pauline Ruth Handanyan alms !
chera Defendant.Notter GRADE'A'I FULL
Gary Raborn celebrated his Tampa and Mrs. Geneva Ware Of Suit No Properly I ROUND !

I birthday Sunday afternoon. and Val Harrell In Et.t Peters Slmrhera.TO: Pauline Ruth Handanyan I I I CUT II

< -- You Are Hereby: Notified! thatan
actlnn" for Divorce has been I COUNTY I S when Saving Count. I
filed against you Pauline Ruth 1 SnVG c: 1 1 STEAKS SITU SHOULDtRI
Handanynn Slmchera. and you COUNT ON US!
I
-T ar....required to serve a copy ol I .
your written defenses.. If any to I I
\ItA it on the plaintiff attorney tiIIl Iit i1 1

whose Honorable name Ofnrno and II.address Pierce la 1 L B 1 1 ,,,,' ... ... 98 PRICES GOOD THROUGH .

P. O. Box 1030Starke. I WEDNESDAY, .
Florid I _I LB | quantity right reserved. .
and file the original 'with the I 1
,
clerk of the above ntyled courton I II
JR. JR. PETITE or before March 30. 1970:
-
; otherwise. a judgement' may be
.entered against you for the relief -
MISSES HALF SIZES z i demanded In the) complaintor CHUCK BONELESS U.S.CHOICE |
petition. CHUCK SHOULDER. .
4 ie Witness my hand and the seatof
said Court on February 23. ROAST !
e I 117n.! STEAK
(SEAL STEAK I1Zi
S; nr..nAll A.MieM eMA
Inmnn D. TWTW
ft Clerk Of Sold 1 Court d sBsVCOCKTAIL roan run rood reu
By Boulah M. !Moody, rood rein
1g A. Deputy Cleric EL la _

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the Florida Un-panmont of
Transportation oi iriui Two. SIZE
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tho 1'ive-Yeur Cviusr ac IIIID A DIVEINIDSHRIMP
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t This hearing hi being held to
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: I THE SUN VANISHES II .







60 Million Americans Can Watch on Saturday as Day.. Becomes NightPerry

., .

the county seat of on up the Eastern Seaboard. tions, who have established .. 'litl'1p4''
+ "
Taylor County about 75 miles headquarters In Perry for view- Gun Accidents

west of Starke-- preparingfor Starke and Bradford Countyare ing the eclipse at its best. Path 1 H.."'. 1 1IAc.soN
a possible 50,000 visitors about 40 miles east of the Eclipse NOLMES Injure 210

from all parts of Florida and "path of totality," but the Although Perry is the largest Across Northeast NALEADWALVON

other states this Saturday, eclipse here will be almost as population center in Florida, a ,,. OADSOtt. .. In Fla. In 1969,

March 7, to view a sight that spectacular as that seen in located In the middle of the Florida / NAMIITON None In BradfordFewer

was once the most fearful phe- the Perry area. The blockageof path of totality, other townsin OM 4 i' LEON ANN'' MADISON a OVVAL

nomenon In nature. There wasa the sun's rays will be from the area-- including Madi- WAN W? 1 ih tuWY'LIOCIU % id! EAKCADJ and
time when man believed a total 95 to 93 per cent complete here son, Live Oak, Jasper, and 'tMLOR O *g sr firearm casualties

eclipse of the sun signified and the weird experience of Lake City-- are also in the (BELOW) / 1 ''1 P UNLO. CLAY fatalities were reported In Flo-
the possible end of all life darkness in the early after- path and will be good locationsfor 6ULaa"aLL" i rida during 1969 than the previous

on Earth.So noon is expected to send chick- eclipse viewing. Stephen Map shows extent of partial eclipse 's' ALACNUA year, the Florida Game
WaterFishCommls.sion
DIRIE -
ens to their roosts, and make Foster Memorial at White PUTNA I and Fresh
frightening was the sightto stars visible in the sky, if Springs is presenting a spe- and path of totality. Figures on the has reported In a bright

early! man, that historians clouds permit. cial program on the big day. bottom curve'show Greenwich Mean < note.
failed to note the fact that a ; MAgION Gun accidents, hunting aDd'otherwise
Times at mid-eclip'se. Others (80m.,
solar eclipse is also one of Although the celestial show In addition to the numerous L.IA' resulted In 210 casualties -
the most beautiful visions that will be presented In color by scientific groups, high school 70m., etc) show time in minutes / In 1969, with 48 of the

the sky can ever present. The all television networks, some students from as far away as from start to mid-eclipse. .,1 ': 1/ LArc accidents proving fatal In 1969.
one due shortly after noon Sat- persons from this area will Minnesota have indicated they : 'r \, Hunters were Involved In 50
\
urday may be viewed by some doubtless trek to the path of will be In Perry this week- .NANO) APANC( accidents of which nine were

six million persons as it passes totality to mingle with scien- end for the memorable show. fatal.

across Northeast Florida, tific groups from all over the P+SC. Only one hunting accident was
out of the Gulf of Mexico, and country, and some foreign na- Perrv officials have select- rsctcLA uv'D reported In the area during 1969,
according to the Bradford Sheriffs -

POLKCCDy Office. Ten-year-old Ro-

Our editorial. INDIAN bert Edmondson was shot In

aIVEA the arm when his shotgun went

off as he was pulling it off
,.
1 i 1 the top of a dog cage on i
OPINION t / thin line of visible light breaksup. truck. The accident occurred
rnunr rwr ti \ ; You get one last look at about Nov. 1 in Camp Bland-

the disappearing sun as it ing in Clay County.No .
shines through the valleys between accidental shootings! were

the moon's cra: ers and reported in Bradford County in

mountains. The sun shining 1969, the Sheriff's Office says.

Avoid 'Permanent' Eclipse : ; ? \ through those valleys producesa The greatest number of shoot

string of bright splintersof ing accidents occur at home or

S light.! These are the so- in the yard and are classified -

Millions of Americans will be watch- called Baily's Beads, discovered as unintentional dischargewith
retina-- the
rays burning the nerve and named for than 10
In 1836 the victim less
ing Saturday as early afternoon sunlight screen at the back of the eyeis the astronomer, who first described yards from the muzzle, the

turns to darkness in a total eclipse the worst in history, the doctor warns. them. In a few seconds Game Department says.

that won't be repeated in this area "Don't view the eclipse directly they are gone. Other statistics reported by

in this century. through exposed film, smoked glass, the Game Department Include:
Already known as "the eclipse of else "Wn 11 Daily's! Beads vanish, accidents involving youths under -
welder's anything
glasses, or the mooieatof totality has come. 18 years of age, 81; hunt-
the the National
century Geographic
Dr. Miller said. Parents should keep
Only with the last sliver of ing accidents involving youths
Society declares it will be the most their children inside the house from sunlight blacked out, does the under 18 years of are. 32:

well studied eclipse in history. 12:20 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Saturday, viewer see the true beauty of self Inflicted wounds..94..

Starting at approximately 1:16: p.m., March 7, or they may contribute to the eclipse, with the brilliant Ninety-eight of the 210 accidents -
the eclipse will throw a hundred-mile corona surrounding the black happened with a hand-
their blindness, he adds. ed five open areas to set up exactly! the same size in the Is covered and only a thin circle of the noon's shadow." gun, and only three of those
shadow across southern Mexico, the "Children will look at the sun whenit special facilities, including sky. crescent of light remains, the while hunting. In 164 of the

Gulf of Mexico, Northeast Florida, starts getting dark, and so will portable chemical toilets and brightness coming from the At the moment of totality, 210 cases the victim was less

eastern Georgia, and the Carolinas, many older people," Dr. Miller pre- overnight camp sites. Special Therefore, when the moon edge of the sun will be redder Earth's temperature will drop than 10 yards from the muz-

skirting the tip of Maryland and Vir- dicts. "Fifteen seconds of viewing arrangements are also being moves squarely in front of the than normal.As noticeably. But in a few mo- zle 164 times. That was true

ginia before heading out to sea in the made to feed the multitude of sun, as it will Saturday:: the ments the moon will have moved only 28 times in the 50 hunting
with unprotected eyes can permanently visitors. effect is to entirely block out one writer has describedIt enough! for the sun's rays to accidents.

North Atlantic. The period of total damage the retina, and some persons the sun. From no other pla- : "The ruddy paleness of the start emerging on the other Five persons were mistakenfor

darkness will be from two to three can't stand even that much" he ex- The "monster" that primi- net can any sattelite be seen fading light now seems to affect side. Baily's Beads will suddenly game in hunting mishaps.

minutes, and the entire process, from plained. tive man believed was "devouring" to fit so perfectly over the sun. the animal world. All the appear again: and the
start to finish will last over two the sun during an voluntary noises of life seem corona will start to fade. Eleven persons were loading
The peak of the eclipse will occur 21 rid-
hours. eclipse is, of course, the moon. This perfect fit of the moon to halt. Birds that have been unloading a gun, were
in the Jacksonville area at 1:18 p.m.. In its pathway across the-sky" over sun is pure chance astro- singing, fall mute and prepareto Although temptation will be ing it, placing it, or removing
But though the sight will be beauti- Saturday, with varying twilight sha- the moon occasionally movesin nomers say, but without it we roost. liens gather their great to view this spectacle a gun from a vehicle, a gun

ful, and one that will never be for- dowing the area for about three front of the sun, obscuringits would not be treated to the chicks under the wing. Uneasy directly through exposed filmor fell from a rest 20 times,

gotten, it is also one that will be minutes and thirteen seconds. light. In doing so, it car- awesome spectacle that will dogs cower at their master's smoked glass, scientistswarn carrier fell 10 times. injured

fraught with danger. It is predictedthat inside ries out an extraordinary coin- be seen Saturday. feet. A Kind:. strange unreality against It. The only safe Only seven persons were -
Even though children are kept hunting deer, 4 hunting
cidence. The sun Is Just 400 hovers over the Earth. way to view the eclipse, with-
Saturday's eclipse may bring they will have to be watched, times as wide as the moon, Until the sun is half covered out risk of eye damage, is on turkey, 13 hunting small game,

blindness to at least 100 persons in as they might look out windows or and it is also 400 times as no great difference in its light "Just'before the point of totality the television screen. All three and 9 while hunting other than

Florida, and another 900 along the slip out of the house as television distant from Earth as the moon. will be noted. After than., the there comes a sight you game animals.
Eastern Seaboard. Most of these will networks report progress of the The result is that size and viewer will become aware of ,wlllnot( ; want1 MlsaJMAs the.corn-/;.: Almost half, 90, of the 210
in the homeor
be children, according to a warning distance cancel each other, and approaching twilight. By the moon's: surface crosses In front be enough to satisfy any viewer. accidents occurred
eclipse.
issued this week by Dr. Ralf H. Miller, both bodies appear_to be almost time that four-fifths of the sun of the last sliver! of sun, the yard.

president of the Northeast Florida Dr. Miller recalled a tragic case ..

Optometric Society. "Parents should of a woman patient who suffered per- ,::::::::-:::::::::::=:::::::::::;:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::*:::;::=:::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::':::.:.:-:.:

protect their children from looking manent blindness in one eye as a FarmersInstead Diarykey ) FARM AND RANCH

directly at the sun as the moon passes small child when she squinted up at I r

in front and the world turns dark," the sun during an eclipse 40 years of blowing In around In 7 ''ri '
much higher t. Hugging
are
eggs
f..Ir 4 By George
Dr. Miller urges. like a lion, March did a com-
cost than other poultry eggs,
With half of the nation's population ago.Remember-- the only safe way of plete turnabout and gamboledIn and a study on the matter pla- COUNTY AGENT

under 25 years oldpeople who have viewing the eclipse, other than on last weekend like a lamb. ces the blame on the turkey Agricultural Extension ServiceWtfftVSttxSw

never seen an eclipse-- the dangerof television, is indirectly as shown in only The day light was balmy bright breezes and clear were, hen. It seems she drops her :::::::::::: ::.::: :.::::::::. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::+:":;::::::::::::::::::::!::;:::::::::::::
the sun's infrared and ultraviolet eggs from a height of about
the sketch below. blowing and there was indication M
every
14 inches, instead of popping of' the most termined by ago of the trees
last Pecans are one
that at Springis
,
them out at nest level the way in and number of trees per acre.
Important tree crops grown
here. chickens do, and that much the South and certainly the most Fertilization will also dependon

\ -- .... breakage results. The study important In our area. Our most the grove being clean cultivated
: did not suggest any way of get- disturbing problem In pecan having a grass sod,
Sam ting the message to the turkey to having: a grass-legume sod, or
ClpsF And what a contrast It was By McGarveyof production is its tendency
hen. having had a legume cover
crop.
CARDBOARD ONE METHOD OF to only a few days before, when bear heavy crops in certain Rates can vary from 003 to
In other
the temperature dropped to near years and light crops
practices. .5.
1,200 pound per acre. If you
SAFE VIEWINGCardboards
freezing and the whole country- years.
need little in determining
;.1 help -
side was painted in one of the We know several factors that
There will be a total eclipseof All how much fertilizer to ap-
whitest frosts we've ever seen. the this which cause these problems. we call I remarked
sun Saturday, ply, us. ear-
Not only that, but car wind- There has been less burning can do is carry out as many
will be fully visible in the area lier that now Is the time to
shields were coated with ice off" of land this season over by Perry and for those good management practices as fertilize pecan trees, I said
that
and a driver was Belated than remember dur- possible. We know pecans
many wo can
who have not seen the moon this because we had excess
i1)E. In getting off to work. ing the past 20 years. One big blot out the sun in daytime, It require large amounts formationand of food rains during the proper time.
leaf production,
for
IN reason, of course, is that it
is an unforgettable experience. out of the kernel.It Pecan trees should be fertilized -
5 filling
'
HOLE has been too wet because of
after
as soon as possible -
is to see that this pro-
easy
prolonged rainfall, but anotheris .5. February 15.POULTRY.
The berry plants have been that land owners are far more cess takes a long season and

\ \ \ drying out, and with a few careful than they were in the We saw it happen one time usually there is not enough foodto MTETING
current cropand
clear, warm days the fields past. back in the 1920s in Newark produce the Our North Florida Poultry
to form flower
leave a reserve -
will be white again but this
N.J. and we'll never forget the Producers Association has one
In the
and flowers
buds
5.
time with bloom and not with
feeling of awe that came over objectivePROGRESS.. In our
frost. With far too much rain, late winter and early spring.
us when slowly the moon edged regular association meetings
+ and lots of cold weather, the Exhibit space at the coming the There are also many diseases
across the face of sun until we try topresentprograms that
J y have been held back and insects that may damage
plants Fair and Strawberry Festival,
finally it blotted the sun our growers will talk about.
but it is hoped that growers April 1-4, has been selling like leaves and early nuts sufficiently -
out, dusk spread over the city and We know they will talk about
will get a break and that good hotcakes and Mrs. Lillian Pear- to cause poor filling
and the stars were shining. the prjgrams so our Boardof
weather will bring on a fine at the Chamber of Com- flowering. An out of season
son
And in
t all this, right smack Directors are always inter-
is damaging
\ WHITE crop in time for the market- merce office that at flush of growth
says pre-
!
the middle of a clear day food that ested In trying to have pro-
this requires
SURFACE ting season. sent only one booth remains because
that We know
grams are good.
would otherwise be used for the
unsold. Fair John
Manager
.5
that we have a top man in the
St. production.All .
current year's
Myers said other plans are
M Poultry Industry for our speaker -
this is to remind us that
going along fine, also. One remaining Here in this area the eclipse Tuesday night. Dr. Harmsis
There will be of it is time to fertilize pecan
a big meeting
worry, though, is that
will be near complete, and it a valuable man to our poul-
here March 10 trees and that just becausethe
poultrymen on the paving which is scheduledwill
can be seen with We
proper pre- try industry. especially
urge
sponsored by the Poultrymen'sAssociation. be completed on time, so 1969 crop was poor, they
cautions, but if you've never poultrymen and persons Inter-
Jack Hazen,president that we do not have a repeti- still need fertilizer. Of coursewe
seen a total eclipse before the ested in our poultry businessto
will be
of the hope the next crop
appeared at tion of last
group, year. event will be worth the trip. hear him at 8 in the
there has p.m.
Provide Means Of Viewing Eclipse Indirectly the February meeting of the much better. Unless
.5. What we all hope for,of course, been a soil test to Indicate a Agriculture Building audl-
county commission and said
is clear weather, as the show torium.
still highly recommend -
the poultrymen making difference, we
-- --- ----- are
will be spoiled if clouds Inter-
every effort to set up and abide No one has been thinking much a 10-10-10 fertilizer.
vene and shut off one of the TOBACCO GROWERSIf
The Bradford County by. their own standards about it,..but it seems that tur- greatest spectables of Nature. We this have extra definitely nitrogen noticed pays that off you are planning to set

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED in keeping the leaves productive tobacco near the 15th of the
someone your friends and and helping the tree hold month, you do not have timeto
-', neighbors can recommend. fumigate the soil using most
1879 through out the sea-
It's woman's Its leaves
a -Choose features that meet of the materials available.

your present or future needs. son.The of fertilizer Is de- There is a dual purpose ma-
rate !
d'hsaible ...itDlNbBy -Look for construction that terial that can be applied

makes cleaning easy. broadcast In the drill aheadof
"IMP'SFLORI Behold -Select the color and style can be sure of using It to best setting or at setting time.It .
now is the
accept; Is to read and fop
Alt which fit Into home. advantage is effective
wire
your against
ESSASSO
A able time.-(II Cor. 6:2): ). low the instruction manual
)Martha Sue McCain -Review the warranty. Ask Instruc- worms and nematodes. Fumigation -
your salesman to go over the carefully.! Following is like soil testing-
T ON County Extension warranty with you before you tions can save you major repair pays. Contact us for detailed
Let
us not dwell in the
pas i Home Economics Agent buy so you'll know what it cov- bills. information these materials.
by comparing the occurrenceof s y ers and for how long. Be sure For a quick and a tasty snack,

today with the events oyesterday. f APPLiANCES to keep the warranty afteryou've try this recipe for NO-COOK
SELECTING jobs and these may be perfectly CANDY 1otd 1V172r.
To live successful!;;y Whether you're In the mar- satisfactory to you. Addi- bought the appliance. PEANUT BUTTER & .

E. L. MATTHEWS. Fill: r.PnbilaberPfbibhed in the present is our prepara. ket for a new washer or dryer, tional features and styling may -Make sure you receive an Mix together 1 cup white corn 11/2 -_.- './F FLllGI
butter
each Thursday and entered M aee..t tion for tomorrow. God has accompanied refrigerator, range or dishwasher mean time saving extra con- owner's use and care manual syrup,dried 1 cup peanut milk, and ,1 cup I 0.\\ )y : ""srm

CUM<<: Matter at the Post Office at SUrkc, FUrld us to this state o f certain guides apply venience and attractive appear- with your new appliance.In cups '

tiader Act 01 March :ani, U7t. our unfoldment, and lie will b(e In selecting any appliance. ance. fact it's a good idea to sugar.Mix until smooth and oily.! rrr
with us forever. Let us giv Subscription In
trade area 11."', N."; OuteU the appliance Shape as ,
so
major can get
In choosing you
have to spend will of courses mind any -
thanks that we are led inti roll In crumbs. 0
Then
o ,
ball.
trade area: I 1S.M from
year, answers your salesmanIf
afford
determine whether
you can appliance:
paths of peace, riVhteousnes You can use vanilla wafers, tirJ :
:: certain special features. -Go to a reputable dealer you have questions. crushed \ !
and success. Let us rejoice i ii I Once have graham crackers or ,
The lowest priced appllaces someone you've bought from you bought the "Politics Most
cereal. : promising
the blessings of today. appliance, the only ready to eat ;
are designed to do specific before with satisfaction, or way you of all careers."

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CHURCH Grace ACTIVITIES United l'dethodis'tCburcb I

: Sunday, School. 9:45
ejn.; Worship services 11 a.m. S VINGG
..fAd 7:30 p.m. MYF. 6 p.m.:
II
Choir practice Thursday: 7
p.m. A croup oX 24 from the
church attended Sunday even
ing services at'the First. Methodist
In Starke and heard Rev. I
Dr. Joseph Davis who has been
a missionary in the Congo for
several :years.
l"ir.t Baptist, : Sunday School.

8:45.ajn..and;7 Worship p.m.; Training services.Union 11em. I ,; ;.. ,' :,' ,, : ',; ''' : ' .' '''' 0''' ,. ', ,, ', :, : : '" ;.,, ,...... ')
8:30 p.m.; Midweek services L .i. Q.W R. ,RtGiltil: ;;:$R jclsl) :'p:; WifRiBcPRICES : Sp tA.t, 1 : :is.? .H:: E.E'', TA eS, i''
. .
Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. FOOD STORES .. '. . '
Church of God: Sunday -
School. 10 a.m.; Worship ser-
vices. 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; GOOD MARCH 5-11 SWIFT'S PREMIUMHAMS
YPE. Thursday( 7:30 pjn.
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School. 9:45; Worship Services. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND NEW YORK STRIP 99
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; choir practice
.
Thursday 7 p.m.; Prayer rw

meeting PERSONALSMr. Wednesday: 7 pjn. Steaks ,.. $ 1 .3 9 e $ M


and) Mrs. Charles Stein-
houser of Jacksonville were W-D BRAND HANDI-PAK GROUND ,
visiting Mr.and Mrs. O. J. Anders .
Sunday afternoon.Mrs ;orLBeef3BS.$1.69
Lois Carter was a Sunday
: visitor of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Dunn and her brother-
1n-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Agualr. Jacksonville.
Sunday visitors of Mrs. H. C. FLA. GR. "A" FRESH FRYER PARTS (Backs lb. 19') 1 LB.
Wainwright were Mr. aDd Mrs. Thighs, Drumsticks or wRibsBreast ? ;
Clyde Wamwrlght. .and son of SUPERBRAND COTTAGE Ki CAN
Eaton Park. Mis.\ Made!: Sanders f IP
and Catuy of Jacksonville 59 CHEESE
Mr. and Mrs. j. :E. Mclver of
. LB.
Ocala. and Mr. and Mrs. Al
terser of Jacksonville. ...
Mr. aD and children of Jacksonvillewere
visrung: Mr.and Mrs.Mel-
eon Privet on : un.ay.: Bacon 78 W-D BRAND
Mr. and Mrs.1+. J. Raulerson
LB.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
K. U.S.D.A. CHOICE BONELESS ROUNDTEA
John Broward and children J9 r "
FRESH QUARTER LOIN SLICED O
Jacksonville on .Sunday.!: Mrs.
Rauierson's brother-in-law and
Rater. Mr. and Mra. Dean
Thomason. of Jacksonville. visited Chops. 88 ..YIANM? A.A. N ..Fr..e, v
her and Mr.Raulerson during . ttl. S. CHOICEr j _a
the week.:
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane of
Defend visited Mr. and Mrs. J. _
_
8. Eunice. Mrs. beiuia r.Al.olce _
and other relatives over the
weekend. i
-_
Gary Bennett was visiting his r<
mother Mrs. Troy: Bennett at
the home of her daughter Mrs. y rA.
.Glenn Williamson and family;
In Macclenny on Friday.;
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley.Mr. lb W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE
.and Mrs.Gary Bennett and ASTOR ALL GRINDS
children and Mrs. SpurgeouM
asey and children spent Sun- POTROAST
'day with Mr. and MIS. Dear
Bradley and eon in Jackson- LB.
-
\\111. 10 ,lj, 11:11 .. III .
u
Mrs.Joe Dorko and Mrs.Ernest
uFF
Wells were Sunday dinner
uests of Mr. and Mr*. Ken
neth Terrell and eon lnGalntrsvllle. -
Limit 1 with $5 OQ or more purchase excluding naorenes.
78
.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton Quantity. Right ReujrvedDIXM
and son of Jacksonville LB. NINN, stOllf"S N.( i OPTHiOHT, '1970
spent Sunday with Mrs. C. R. FOLGERS ALL GRINDS

Crews and Glenann. KING SIZI BOLD SOFT EVE WHITE oa ASSORTEDDetergent.
Mr. and Mrs. Mains Orlffis COFFEE : *!
*! Bath
and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ortf- .......... .. 99 Tissue......3/87
fie and their families of Pa- JUMBO ROILS KLEENEX Regular Design{

Mrs.latka Nell were Wilkinson Sunday,visitors Mrs. Daisy of 5 Oc GALLON Arrow WHITE Bleach... ... 29*! Towels..3/$1.

Brock and Lynn.; lB PAIR LADIES No.303 Can ASTOR FRUIT
Mr. end Mrs. Mitchell Brown *!
:. and family visited Mr. and Panty Hose.. ........ 88 Cocktail..5/$1.
Mrs. E. L. (Topsy) Brown in I MAID 46-ot. HAWAIIAN GRAPE or

:, Hampton Mrs. O.on J.Sunday.Phillips' and Mr. LB.CAN Pork & Beans 1O$1.14om. Fruit Punch..3/$1.

d and Mrs. L. H. Hlnote spent .STOKELY 46-ot. STOKELY PINEApple -
_,, Sunday In Jacksonville with
.. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips Tom. Catsup.... 5/$1. Juice..3/$1
and sons.Mr .
and Mrs. Bob Padgettj'
of Lake Wales visited Mr. and SUPERBRAND
i' :Mrs. James R. Norman and
". BOilS Saturday to Sunday.

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: GLASS
HI-ACRES ORANGEJUIC CREAM
j j FOR EVERY PURPOSE {f
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J:J::: Mirrors ALL FLAVORS

:, ;;:ij FOR EVERY PURPOSE
: :sr.r? HALF
l SHEA'SGLASS
; Limti 1 with $5.00 or moo purchas GAL.
:::: :
*1 CO.
?:
:&::: 372-4115: -372-4353 :: Quart DIXIE WHIP Second Pkg. 2V
; :::: 1113 N.W. 4Hi Plus :g LB.ISox. SAVE39 *

... ;::$::: Gaintivllle! ...... .......:?:: Topping..491i
.
...... ...... :
%:ttfVVfffff&tfffKSTARKE: : :::: ::: ::::::::;>:>:.:::.:tt
CAMP / Pkg.TASTE O1 SEA Second Pkg. 35'

:0' :: : 3/$ 1 Fish & 69'8Pack
r 0 ....... ... Chips

No. 3O3 Can THRIFTY MAID GREEN Pkg. EGOO S.cend 2s'

BUSINESS Lima 5/$1 affles..49No. : '
Beans... 6-oz. 1V'/

Pkg.' MRS. SMITH Second Pkg. 20'
.303 Can THRIFTY MAID CS or WK
DIRECTORY CANS Pie Shells 39'
.. Gold Corn .... 6/$1. .. .

o, AUTO SERVICE Save 40-' .2.' CHUNKEES BREADIO
1-1/2-lb.L_".. DIXII DARLING BUTTERMILK ;

"" Bread. 4/$1. Shrimp.. $1.99
;: Gilbert S. Brown
........ ...
.f Save 11' Quart RICH'SCoffee'
.! Standard OU service StaUoo 412os.BEECHNUT STRAINID
1
e J' ATLAS Rich 39
Food.
: TIRES BATTERIESBudcet Baby ... ..... .7
Road Service
,; Term -
1; PHONE MM-7071
.: 107 N. Temple Starke u. S. No.1 BAKING RUSSET VINE RIPE

". ptatoes..1 0 LIS. 79* U.s. NO. 1 ALL PURPOSE REGULAR e Tomataes..L6.33 4PINTf
L F Is
HURST'SSHELL
J
1O
Bag A PP les..5 LB 59 59 Strawberries......... 3/l

RID IM""OR POTATO J.-. LAROI HEADS

Service- Oils -StationGas LubrlcaUon Gra es..4 LB 99 t LBS. Fresh Lettuce.......... HUD 19 \

Monarch .Tires it Batteries -.-----.. '.- -,.-- -..-..-...-....... .. --..-..--.---..--.-.---....-.......--.--.--........---..-.--------............--....-.

301 ROAD and 100 SERVICE;- Stark E.I[ EXTRA ; I EXTRA : EXTRA ; EXTRA ': EXTRA.. ,:f EX.-AA... :

't\ M!'--GREEN STAMPS -d?!...-GREEN... ......STAMPS....-..M .: -i d,,'I.(_GREEN_.....-STAMPS-MCI.MTHMI M dam!...GREEN.........._STAMPS._.."....e .: I I .d!..'JI.!:..-GREEN......t-_STAMPS......"..H M 1:t <-i7t.r.-.GREEN.*.*..'.....M STAMPS.-.l4OI ."....M .:
ADDtXO MACHINES Kan. / ONI i PA CA r ONI lit 0' IOOr OIMOJIN -1 '0" w o Punt ONI)|| on MOSS r CUt
w o HI MOHTON CHICKININA.BASKIT : UICIOSTRAWBERRIES HANOI. /PAKGROUND. : f USDA. CMOICI 1.:1: ...lullrlOMMS. :
. nal or electric. For sale or STEAKETTES i aJ BONELESS PIMIENTO CHEESE :1 i
'n, rent. Add subtract credit bal 1 rAN Marth I TNo i.r. ,. : ....., .. BEEf : ROAST : R .. .:
G d I'no Monk 11No r. wS' Dad IAN 11 .yS: O 4d IAN MONK 1 f r.1 I Oood IAN MNA 1 '-" O d Thrr Worth
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f LPeo l $UfI/fJIJtU Hears PhilippinesMrs. ProgramOn ,'I 1-


____ BPWL .
< Perla Lopez a vlo-chem- "
fairy teacher from the. Philippines .

) was guest speaker' at
Mr. and Mrs. JW Ritch were
the Junior Woman's Club meet _
relatives in York and
visiting jag Monday night at the club
Gastonia, NC over the week-
end. They were accompanied: house. U. S. 301 North Phone 964-7500
The was given by
program
by Mrs. Daisy Perryman who
: the International Affairs .com STARKE FLORIDAWe
spent the weekend with Mr.
and'Mrs. A.M. Moore Black- ,; mittee. Mrs Jimmy Re6I: :, h ,
introduced Dr. Delfln
shear, Ga. LlmoangCo -
Director of the Medical department
of the Florida State
Mrs. A.J. Barry, Miss Bev-
Prison, who In turn Introducedthe
erly Patterson. Neva Jane
Flyni, Mr. and Mrs. F.!!. Kra- speaker, his sister Mrs. Are Proud To
and Lopez. A short talk on the Is-
mer, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Blalock and families land's statistic was given followed

attended the Lippizan HorseShow JENNIFER by a question and answer -

at the Coliseum Sundryafternoon. -' period. ANNOUNCE;
r 1 The business meeting waspresided !

II-T : over by the president

Miss: Mary Bollinger of FSU f Mrs. Bill Chambers.

was home for the weekend. During demonstration the program was a cookware given' Our Appointment As Your Franchised! DealerIn

:Mrs. Georgia Watson and by Mrs. Norma Hill of Gaines
:Miss KAthryn Epperson of Lake YUle Door prizes were awarded Bradford And Lnion Counties For

Butler were Saturday evening to Mrs. Duane Dykes Mrs.
visitors of Mrs. George And 3 : Wayne Whlffen Mrs. Kenneth

irson. ?aqua, and Mrs. Chambers.The .

--... ____ ...,iO'. Easter theme was' usedIn International HarvesterFARM
Mr. and Mrs. B.C. MeTntyre JODY decorations and refresh.

and family of Jacksonville:: ,. ments. Hostesses for .the even-
--- --
Sjiutiy visitors of her parents, ing were Mrs. Glen Moore
:Mr. and Mis. J.H. DuPre. Mrs.' John Dempsey: and Mrs.

a rlM John nJle: ).
AND INDUSTRIAL
M.... and Mis. R.V. Turner

and dughers attended the Lip R; Special Meeting,
pizan Horse Show it the Coliseum
SMnd.iy' night. Ladies AuxiliaryThe
TRACTORS AND EQUIPMENT

Mrs. Mildred Feldon of Daytona Bradford County Volunteer -
Beach the weekend Fire Department Ladles
was 1
,
''1. ._ Auxiliary will hold special Service; And f Sales
guest of Mrs. Fred Hogue Sr. __--"'Gaya' '.'' ,-- a -
meeting at 7:30: p.m. Monday:! :

Ms. Frank Weaver of Wil- JASONTRIPLETS March 9, at 'the Fire House on
lIston spent the weekend with Edwards Loop. Plans will be

:Mr. and Mrs. WT. Jackson. BORNTo made at this time to start workon _

the Fire Department, booth e _

Mrs. Myrtle Anderson" had for the Bradford:! County Fair. ., _
Bradford Couple
as Sunday visitors Mr. and All members are urged to attend -
Mrs; John Anderson of Cal- and to bring items for the
lahan and Mrs. John Ander. Pctured! in their incubators dtdon than the Brown triplets. ;rummage sale.Wesleyan. .
son's' parents Mr. and! Mrs at Alachua General Hospitalare Since Its opening Aachua! gen-
Herman Lohmanm of Hanover, (from top to bottom) eral has had: only one set of

Germany; John M. And arson: Jennifer, Jody, and Jason triplets prior to these, and one GuildThe 'LwJ
of Rockledge, and Otto and Brown triplets born Friday, set of quadruplets. As far as

Heintz Lohmann of Cocoa. Feb. 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin remembered here, they are the Wesleyan !Service Guildof
Brown, of Starke.A first triplets born In Bradford the United:! Methodist Church, -
:Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Reed and medclal rarity tripletsare County. will meet Tuesday! : March 10.

daughter of Merritt Island spent said to occur in one of Jason was born first, at at 7:30: p.m. at the home of

the woeka.id with Mrs. Reed's approximately! 13,000 births-- 6:12: p.m. and weighed pounds: the president Mrs. Don Harden -

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. all three infants are reportedin 9 ounces. Jennifer was next brooJt. on Market Road with a
and :\11'1.;; All! Lagasse onLalwGeneva. good condition. The little at 6:33: weighing 5 pounds, Mrs. Nelson

girl, Jennifer Lee, largest of 10 ounces; and Jody came last tese.
the three at 5 pounds, 10 ounces at 6:47, weighing 4 pounds
:Mr. and Mrs. R.-tlph: DIggs was brought home Wednesday 3 ounces. Both boys were 17

and daughter, Carol, attendedthe with her mother, but inches long, while Jennifer W.ClBRIEFS A'JJO
LIpplza.i! Horse Show at the boys will remain in incubators measured 18 12.Maternal (
-
the Coliseum! on Sunday after- \ at the hospital until / grandparents are

noon.:>> they weigh five pounds. Mr. andMrs.JuUanMcRae, and .
and =:.:: .,1011 -
Mr
Staff members the paternal grandparents
at hospital 1i "-="'"
Local admittances to Brad. =::1- .. I
:Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper said they had never seen mul- Mrs. Gilbert S, Brown, all of this week :
ford County Hospital i i \;
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest tiple births in healthier con- Starke. ilJIIllhllri .
Myron
include: Joseph Kerrigan, -
Lord in Cross City Sunday af ---- Prevatt Richard W. Pen-

ternoon.Mr. Mr and Mrs. T.A. Sundem Youth Night Set hall and Mrs. Doris Osborne,

have returned to their- homo Keystone Heights; John M.Bell,
: and Mrs. Art Seibert For March, 14 At
in Roxbury, Conn after a Mulrose; Basil Rou'idtree!

of visitors Jacksonville o. Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday Leo month's Mrs. Bill M.Rae.visit: with Mr. iind Evergreen Church Hawthorne do; Mrs. Betty; Thomas:Hayes Bay Hampton Wal-- ,, nr D t\ \* IK n'tit' tl i Inw iJ'!" nisass' ,.. '. ,I'' ",.. .. .

Champion. ; Brenda Sue Richersoi,
Churches of the New River Lake Butler and Mrs. Clyd
Mr. and Mrs.'Joo Allen Sapp ;
Mra' Lester Crews and MissMa.l.e
Middled/I of Jacksonville:: visited Mr. and Baptist Association will observe Johns, John A, Mjnsam, Mrs.
attended the
Mrs. Eldon Sapp over the week Youth Night on Saturday, Virginia Browning, Charles D.
UDC District Twi in
meeting end. March 14, with the Evergreen Dean, Mrs. Susan Geiger, Mrs.
Jacksonville
last Tlursday. Baptist Church as host. Eoline Smith, Mrs.Laura Coleman -

The will start witha John J. Wilson, Mrs.Min-
program ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tully Norman: ,
Miss Phvllls! Haddock! who:
< i ;:
has been employed in Mr. and Mis. Gerald Jtorman, Slngsplratlon at 7:30: p.m. nie Rhodsn: William F. Her- u ur'
Orange, and will include a Speakers William E. Raulerson, '
Calli. for the Mr. and! Mrs Eldon Sapp, and long A
pnst eight Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp Tournament for youth, ages 17- Mrs Doris Stewart, Mr.). Joan hit. J
months, and Bruce Haddock, h
who hn and their child re'* attended the 24. Those participating will Solze and John L. Walker,
completed seven have prepared speeches, not Starke.
Gillyard family reunion at En-
months with the Coast Guard 1
exceeding six minutes in length, S
terprise on Sunday.
Academy in New London, Conn. sub-
on topics chosen from 35
have returned home.
M-. and Mrs. B.J. Eggersof ject areas. Baldwin Agency
Each will be judgedon
speech
James B, Talley m has been Jacksonville were Saturday
Gets FranchiseFor
discharged after four in visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tully the basis of: content, 25%;
years composition, 25% and delivery,
the Navy and has returned home. Norman.Mr. 50%. ; IH TractorsM.

M Ed Prevatt and Mrs. Billy HI&e Sword Drill A.
1"3. spent the There will! be a Baldwin Jr. of Baldwin
weekend in Orlando with Mr. ware in Ocala over the weekend for Intermediates, age 13-16. Chcvrolet-Olds, announces that
and Mrs. Ed'vin' Prevatt and visiting Mr. and :Mrs. William All Intermediates who do not .the company has taken on

daughter. Henderson. have more than 12 mistakesin a full line! franchise direct

their local church elimina- from International: Harvester:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pee- tions will be eligible to participate to hand farm an i Industrial
ardson of Storks: and Mr. and bles of Winter Haven wore Sun- in the associational eli equipment. The first shipment

Mrs. Frank Price of Keystone day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. mination. Each participant will of tractors was received here

Heights! spent last Thursday Ewell Lawson. use a stiff-back King James last weekend, !,
in Palatka.' Version of the Bible and five
Mr. Baldwin said that the
Mrs. E.F. Miles moved to
arena will be included in the
Valdosta, Ga. on Tuesd. where agency is making: arrangements
Mr. and Mrj. Charles: Sawyer iy drill: Scripture Searching Book
she will make her home. to handle:! emsrjsncy-
.. have purchased the W.F. Location, Unfinished Quotations -
type parts and! service for the
Glenn cottage on Klngsley Lake. Character Drill, and Doc- :
Mrs, W.A. Stern and M'ss equpm! nt.
trinal Drill
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tan- Louise: Stern attended the Lip. "We made: the decision because .

ner of Baldwin were visiting plzan Horse Show at the Col- The meeting will be concluded 'there Is no tractor deal. / / ...
:Mrs. J.H. Fields on Sunday.M. iseum on Sunday afternoon. with a 63-minute color film, er in (Bradford or Union Coun- /
"Fast Way Nowhere." ties. Baliwln: :! \ sad! "and .,.
.?. Bertha: Fuller of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Lawson The youth who has the best selected IH because! it seems to ...

is visiting her son-in- spent Sunday+ in Moultrie:: Ga. speech, and each Intermediatewith be the leading .tractor in farmsof ..
law and daugher, Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. Lawson's father, J.H. eight or less mistakesin this area." U. S. 301 North Phone 964-7500
WH. Graham, this week.: Lawson, at the Sunrise Nur- the Sword Drill will go onto

sing Home, and his brother- a regional elimination at
Among. those visiting MIJS !n-lawa11d sister, Mr.and Mrs. the Woodlawn Baptist Church, IF WE DON'T HAVE IT STARKE FLORIDA

Mjy Sue Undjrlilll at the Jerry Norman. While there they Jacksonville, on April 6. we'll ret it for you. Office .

Gainesville Medical Center also visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete Supplies, Furniture. Equip .....
over the weekend wore: Mr. Novak former Starke resi ment. Bradford County .
and Mrs. R.U. Und rhUi and dents. ..
daughter, Pat, Mr. and Mri. 4iiiSMr a Telegraph. "Sooner' or Later Your Favorite Dealer"

Joe Lamb and daugher. Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion ,

and Misses Joyce Allen, Sher Glen Champion, and Mrs. _. .1.-. ... SERVICE SCHEDULE! ...
idan and Diane Griffis and Mike Vergie Flynn were fishing at CATHOLIC CHURCHES

Rhoden. Cedar Key last Friday.
and Mrs Gary Nolan ST. EDWARD'S, Starker HOMEr !

Mrs. A.J. Eaves returned to Mrs. Geneva Tanner spent Coleman of Starke announce Sunday Mast, 8 a.m. and ,
her home in San Antonio Texas the weekend with her on-In- 'the birth A a son, Gary Nolan '::1S am.Monday. .

last Friday after eight days law and daueher Mr. and Mrs. Coleman n, Feb. 27, in :Bradford M..., 8:30 a.m. ...

visit with Miand Mrs. Jack Gerald W. Hicks, In Jacksonville County Hospital., Wednesday Maui T p.m. ....
Eaves. Saturday MM and Novena. .

Mr. end Mrs. Wayne Douglas 7 p.m. 3 1968 Chevrolet

Mrs. Clyd'J Sinclair spent the Mr. and Mrs. John Greene 6tark, announce the birth of ST. WILLIAM'S, K'ftone Hi.Sunday 1966 Plymouth Sport
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. attended the Antique Bottle Club a eon. Christopher Harley. on Mat*. t Impala Coupes $
a.m.
T.H. Slads at Ocean Reef. meeting in Jacksonville Mon- (\Fe!b. 28 In the Alachua General Wednesday Novena 7 Satellite Coupe. Power

day night. Hospital. p.m. 1964 Pontiac Tempest Steering, R&H. Automatic One with Air & Power
Mr,*. N.L. Woodburn visited!
ST. MARY'S. Macclenny Transmission. 318 V-S. Sfeeriner. Two with Auto- ,
her son-in-law and daogher, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Pon- Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson. Sunday Ma f. 11:30: ajxu Station V-8 Automatic Bucket Seats. Console. matic Transmission PS &
Wagon ,
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves penberg of Alameda,Calif were Starke announce the cloth of
and family In Winter Park last weekend guests of Mrs. Ed- daughter, Prtwlba. on Feb. Transmission. Power This is a very clean look. PB. All three have V-8 :

Tuesday to Sunday. ward Burns. 27 in Alachua General Hospital Steering; Air Condition. ing sportster. Engines. !

SP4 Jeffrey Jackson of Arlington Middleton Miss THE BRADFORD $835]
Mrs. WE. SPECIAL
Va. was homo tor the Madge Mlddleton.andMrs.E.L. Rev. and Mrs. Marty J. Starling COUNTY TELEGRAPH $1495 $ $ i
of lAma Peru announce
weekend with his parents, Mr. Matthews attended the funeralof
and Mrs. Blake Jackson; and E.L. Patton in Jacksonville the birth!. of a eon Michael!. PublltVd every Thursdayt s..
also visited his fiancee, Miss Monday afternoon. Wayne, on Feb. 26. Paternalgrandparent 138 W. Call Street ,.
are Mr. and Mrs. Stark, Florida' 320tl
Vickie Putnam. 1966 Pontiac Cat.
1967 Buick Electra
Joe Starling of 8tark. and maternal % 1963 Chevrolet Belair
Mrs. Blanche Williams a patient Second class postage paid'
Tommy McLendon George in the Baker County Nur- grandmother Is Mr*. Coupe. New White Paint
at Stark, r1erlda. i-door sedan This is
House of Daytona Beach were sing Home spent last Wednes- Joseph Parrksh of Lake Butler. a one Job. Black interior, PS. PB 4-door, Sold new at this
weekend visitors of Miss Diane day with Mr. and Mrs L.D. SalaerlpUsa latest owner car. Very Clean. dealership. One Owner 6
and Condition.
Griffis. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Moalejr.Lawtey In trade area: I3.CO per' Drive it anywhere. Air R&H. Air cyl. Standard Shift'

Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Robertsof announce the birth of year: '2.7S ala month I Condition. Very Clean and ready to Special I I Price I

Lake Butler were Sunday Mrs. Jettye Hazen of Gaines- a daughter Lisa MIchele. on Outside trade area: 13.80 ?o.

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F.W. ville visited Mrs. A.E. McKinney Feb. 12 In the Alachua General per year; 13-00 six months $2295

Strickland. on Sunday. Hospital. $1495 $238I.



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Please Phone in Your Items 473-414& i By Helen Egan

COMMUNITY CHURCHThe Felchs continued their Florida For Indians

Executive Board of the travel to Orlando where they

WOMAN'S CLUB Invocation, the honored guests Church Women meeting was attended a five day conference .

The Keystone Heights Wo- Individually discussed the mer- held February 23. The Silver of the National Fellow-

man's Club will meet at the its of Scouting activities and Tea Committee Chairman, Mrs. ship of Fundamentalists. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS (5 i
clubhouse Tuesday afternoon, how each was pleased with the James Cook. gave a riport ,Senior and again he was fouled coming
March 10. at 2 p.m. successes of the local chap of the various co'nmItteeS5'r- GRATITUDE EXPRESSEDSgt. Sandy Grayson scored! in for a shot. It was the only

Bill Belote, local pharmacist, terse ving for the Annual Tea on First Class Ruggles a career-high 56 points to lead I way to stop him. And Graysontook

will speak on the topic, "Nar. One hundred guests were pre- March 18 at 2 p.m. The 'solo Dodge whose appeal throughhis .rMr. the Keystone Heights Indian' advantage of every op-

cotics: The Use and Misuse." sent to enjoy the buffet dinner ist will be Jack Janes of Hawthorne mother, Mrs. Robert Lambing to a 81-76 victory over Mac Vortunity, sinking 14 of 20 free

All members are encouraged to prepared by the mothers of the who will be accompanied last Fall for clothing and And Mrs. Tillis clenny Keller and the District: throw attempts.

attend this meeting. Cubs. by his mother at the pi- food products or cash for the 10 Class C !basketball cham..
The Woman's Club will sponsor At the conclusion of the dinner ano. Mr. Janes graduated from small orphanage in Vietnam Honored On 60th pjonshipj Saturday night. Grayson's' previous high was
Cub Master Pittman. Asst. which the Corps 45 'points against Mayo in theSuwanneeVaIIey
Engineering
a salad luncheon card par Gainesville High School and attended .Graysm engineered the
ty on Friday, March 13, start- Cub Master Nick Pappas, and Swannee Military Aca- the the assistance of some Nuns, AnniversaryOn dans'( In. 'Conference.
ing at 12:30, in the clubhouse. Richard Packard presented advancement demy in Swannee, Tenn. Mrs. was so generously answered. upset over the favored The 6-5 college prospect also
Sunday bowls at each end 'Bears
Feb. 22 Miss were placed who
Hostesses will be Mrs. John awards to the deserving Florence Janes has been a pri Sgt. Dodge has a home in Key- Gladys of went into the game' was superb on the boards, pull-
Tillis the table.
Cub Scout achievers. Rib- stone, but since his return to was hostess at wfth Impressive (a iS6 record)
Bird. Mrs. A. Malmgren Mrs.L. vate-piano teacher In the Mel- a reception for her Guests were greeted at the tog down Abounds.! Graysongot
Clark,,and Mrs. L.: Patter- bons were also presented to rose and Gainesville area. Her the States in late January he Mr. and Mrs. R.U. Tillis parents, honoring -, door by Mrs. Pat Fraher. Mrs. credenttals, by hitting a scoring support from Billy Wolfe,
the Cubs for their craft kits, was transferred to Fort Bragg, 65 cent from
home Is on Swan Lake. per the field and who had
their 60th the book 18 rebounds
Marge Tracy kept and
wedding anni- guest scored
son.Admission a project each member workedon N.C. His mother told this
reporter 70
for the luncheonand The Pulpit Committee of the per cent from free throw
13
3 and Mrs.
versary. from to 5 p.m., points. Another player
for the scoring
month
of February. whose appeal was so
afternoon game session will Community Church announced line.
The honor from 4 to 5 .
guests were mar- S.E. McKay P-m. in double figures
Volunteers Keller's
was
are desperately gererously provided, that he
be $1.25 a person. Membersand recently that candidate, Rev.
ried at the home of the bride Serving punch were Miss Ger- In tile second quarter when Dan *
needed to assist the den mothers and his associates wish they Hope, ho'had 16.
their guests are requestedto Joe Greer of Atlanta and Columbia
In Melrose trude llouser and Mrs. William ,Keystone
on February 22 moved .from JS-15
who a 'Keller
are presently under- could answer actually
make bridge and luncheon Presbyterian Seminary, every person personally scored 32
1910. Beam from 4 to Mrs. '
They retired from their 5. deadlock to
reservations with Mrs. John' staffed. Mr. Pittman has requested had accepted the pastorate of as they were so grate- home 4 seven-point'half-. Mskp.ts. to 23 for Keystone. but
Bird, 473-4709. Reservations any lady who is will- a Presbyterian Church In Hen- ful. The orphanage is still being that time 15 years ago, and since Ruth Mitchell was In charge time lead -(30,29)( ); Graysoh he: difference was on the free
have of the bowls.
lived with their replenishing punch
canasta and ing to volunteer her servicesso assisted by the Engineering scored 17 of Kettone'r 21.
for other parly dersonville, N.C. The Committee daughter In Keystone Heights. and the other refreshments. throw line where the Indians
games can be made with Mrs. that more boys can parti- Is continuing a systemtic Corps.Mr. The assist- points. sank 25 to Keller's 12.
Miss Laurie Beam also
reception was held at
cipate in the local Cub and Mrs. Richard Dietz
David Nelson, 4734119.It pro program in selecting new can- the Tillis And when Keller, with Willie and
gram, to contact Mrs. Ned of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Mrs. home on West Lake- ed.About Keystone Keller were the
is necessary to make reservations didates, as former prospectiveones Ellis tossing in 28
view Drive 65 the points, came
where signed
bouquets of guests only teams competing for the
in advance for the Pappas, at 473-3266 or Mrs. have made other plans. Sarah Schott and Mrs. Nona back to
spring flowers were used in guest book during the after- take a one-point lead title.
luncheon, as this is the only L.P. Knepper, 4734111.Mr. Rev. William Bennett of Pen- Sywtnski, also of Pittsburgh, in the four Their district was the onl"!
indication the ladles have regarding Pittman and his assistants ney Farms, who was a guest have been guests of Mr. and decorating the party; rooms.The noon. quarter Grayson.one In Class C playwith only
Miss Tillis behalf of her oroceeded
the amount of food to are diligently working to preacher and so well liked, Mrs. Thomas Gregory. Mrs. refreshment table wis set with on to sink nine of 10 two teams competing.
make this is a white tiered wedding cake parents, wishes to thank all free throws to give the KELLE* ..., .
prepare. a successful experience passed at the Green Cove Dietz Mr. Gregory's sister hungry (17.): GI '.11/ HDD
.
for away in the center, flanked on either those who attended the recept- Indians "1'l6i" BIIU" l| *:': Lee 3-1-7 Vlnc>nt
all and Schott "Bear
participants Mrs. and Mrs. Sy- some meat".
I so Springs Hospital on Feb. II. t-ij L. Glv.no0.2 C .
side ion and especially all who ; mpt>ell l| 2.24.rot.4.t
by tall white assisted -
TEEING OFF!! why not volunteer your ser- winskl are Mrs. Gregory's sis can- Hot as a summer day in 3M2MKCVSTON6 .
vices to help insure continued ters. After an extensive tour dles. Dainty cakes, mints, and with the reception. Phoenix SIGHTS (1111 t): Onvton
The members of the WGA SOMETHING NEWA nuts Grayson tossed in 21 M4-M; Wolf 3.7-IJj' War,., 3-1-n
success for this fine ? of Florida, Mrs. Gregory returned were served, and punch l-mttr, 0-2-Jl ttino 0-l-lj Btedldilt
will have their monthly business program visitation Book has been baskets from me
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meeting and luncheon at ROTARY CLUB placed in the Narthex of the to her home city of --- -- ---H- --n--- around the too of the kev. Tim--,Killer. II 14 :M M nVlloiw
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the clubhouse on Thursday, Local Rotarian S.E. McKay Church for the purpose of list- Pittsburgh with them. She has Rabies Hdqhtt IS al u :n II
Clinics
March 5. Tee-off time is set ivas the guest speaker at the ing the names of anyone who not been back home. for three VictprB, Tqrley;

for 10 a.m. The covered-dish Keystone Heights Rotary Club should be visited In this com years. Set This MonthIn -
Services
luncheon and business meet- last Friday. As a special recognition munity. The Visitation CommIttee We are happy to see Louis: Held

ing is scheduled to begin at of Rotary Internatlon- will make visits. For and Dell Kyle well and able to Clay CountyThe At Melrose '- Cvoice of theSPORTSMAN
I p.m. al's 65th Anniversary, Mr.Mc the Information of newcomersin resume their visitations on -

Plans are now being finalized Kay discussed the organi- Keystone, attention is calledto folks in this area. Mrs. Ethel Clay County' Health Department Victor
B. Torley. 71 of Lake \
,
for the annual Pro-Lady and Ladies zation's history and sucesses the Book Of Golden Memor- Weyman is also much better, in cooperation, with j
Invitational Tournaments during this period. The relevance ies-Flowers. This book Is in after a bout with the "bug." 'two local veterinarians, an Geneva, died: Sunday. March '\

/ to be held at the Keystone Golf of this occasion to the the Narthex the Church,which Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon :bounced a series of Rabies In- 1. He was a native of Melrose, '" Ity ..MIKE CIIITTY ',to, '.\-'

'\ Club on March 16, 17, and 18. local club's history and suc- contains the names of members are still on the sick list, but noculatlon Clinics ..to ''be heu in and a retired: printer. ': .
\, able to be about. Mrs. Olive Surviving are hIs wife, Jane; -- - - - >>-. .
Reservations are being included in his of their families or friends Clay County ,
now accepted -
cesses was pre (Turing March.On -- -- --- ------ - -- --
from area golfers who sentation.Mr. who have passed away. The Stevens %nd Mrs. Mable Husbands one oaugnter ivus. irene uay-

interested in participating.1n1either fund Is one In that a gift of (sisters) are still very Saturday March 14, a. nice, of Memphis Tenn.; two HI. Sports Fans I'm back Thursday, and my uncle Howard

or both tournaments. and Mrs. Alex Brokas money' will provide for either poorly and under doctor's care. clinic will be held at the Pen,1IeY sons Victor, Jr., Atlanta Ga.. again! with more good news on Bradberry of Oxford. Ala..

If y'lou wish to be included con- were in Pensacola recently for one Sunday's flowers, In the We hope that Mrs. Nell Gray- Farms Community! Center, and Thomas Torley, Memphis, the Fishing Scene. Even .Just couS n't get those Bream

tact)) Pro Ed Rodgers at 473- a visit with their son, Stefan, deceased name, or a larger son, Mrs. Helen Lawrence, and from 4 to 5 pjn. Tenn.: two sisters, Mrs. Clarke ..to ''bite from our dock. Of

4540. who, is enrolled at the University !- gift as a perpetual memorial. Mrs. James Osobrne, who have Three Whittaker. Detroit Mich., though ..the Specs were mean course, I'm sure that lousy
of West Florida. After Church Service the flo- been patients In Bradford Hospital clinics will be'held oa and Mrs. Mary Shelton, Orlan and left the beds last week weather we had. had a lot to

BOLING NEWS Mrs. Robert Hayes was hospitalized weres (two vases) serve as a will be home by the time Saturday, March 21, as follows: they were supposed to returnto do with It all. However he did

Tlhe Northeast Travel League, in Ocala this week second source of pleasure, taken this news will be In circulation. 3 Middleburg Civic Center, 1 to do.Funeral services were held them over the weekend andflhO'lld manage to catch quite a few

playjed' at Jacksonville Bead; where she had minor surgery. to an ill member or friend p.m. at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the nice Bream, Copperheads and

on February 8. with members I John Erickson, of Elmhurst, or to the cemetery. Mrs. Albert A REMINDER Clay Hill old school house, graveside, In Melrose Cemetery cMll be f\" now. If you'll IShellcrackers. which made him
Ill., was a recent guest of his Keystone Homemakers Club 4 to 5 p.m.Keystone.
local team DeWitt C., Bachmann Is Chairmanand
of te :with Rev. Kermit S. Combs, keep upwith the mooncJloII.U&'eI happy, as always. Looks like'we're
| brother-in-law and sister, Mr. will make all will hoU It's March 18 meet- Heights city hall
arrangementsby ,
Jonejs agalnstmem-
competing
,
pastor of the Mslrose BaptistChurch
:
and the weather, you In for some good dock
2
and Charles ing at 10 to 4
Mrs. Garber. a.m. in the Civic p.m.
contacting: her.
bers of the Palatka Pulp and Paper .

officiating. Interment can
pretty well tell when those fishing this Spring.
Mrand Mrs. Joe Williams, Room of City Hall. Please use
League. The with local Mable team Smith won I of Elmhurst, tare house guests W03LD DAY OF PRAYERThe side entrance. Each member Is AU warm-blooded pets should II! was In Melrose Cemeterywith rascals are gonna bile. For Well, let's look at our report
points
three be
lnnocula ofl95 and I of Mr. and Mrs. Garber. Mrs. World Day of Prayer asked to bring a friend or a annually, and sign was
haviii&JHgh..j5jrne.. ?' all owners are urged to Home in charge.Considering in the bowels Wednesday and OrlKln'3 Lodge (east shoreSanta
aember take
/high series of 117. 'ToUl for -Williams and Mrs: Cattxnmtt* -Will be--field' at'yEntrin'St.William's ; new: and enjoy the program -
advantage daqv' -
of this '. : Fe) reported a pretty
sisters. as well as the social hour servc The
Catholic Church
the team was 3763. The Jonesteam I I on lee for
is now in second place I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, March 6. Mrs. N. Watson Har- following. be at the each Innoculal'JonWIl Are Winters Getting Colder good week despite the Specs'cutting
Church reduced rate. Sunday, Roy Griffin -
Community up.
L4 in the league competition. of Douglasville Ga.. were recent denberg will represent St. History of $2.50
The guests of Mr. Davis' bro- Anne's Episcopal Church Mrs. Committee Sessions are discontinued Per animal. guided Mr. Maiming and
team will be competing: ,
on March 8 at Palm Lanes|. ther-in-law and sister, Mr.and Barry L. Wyman will represent until further notice. Restraint of ,all pets by own- Due To Fouling Environment? they caught a 10 3-4 pound

In Gainesville. Interested residents -, Mrs. Buster Alken of Keystone Community Church. The 1eirI. while at the clinic, is recommended Bass: ani 5 smaller ones. Roy

are invited to attend I I Club Estates. host church will be in charge :!. by .ithe Health De- guided another customer Mon.
Several Keystoners were privileged of Mrs. the disagreeable Now we have just abcut day and brought In 13 Bass
the tournament and support the Anthony Dents of Meli i iPattment. pets should be on a
local team.. to hear Helen Wilcox rose. A musical program under j INDIAN( IFAriLake : leash or In a box carrier, or Jn winter Florida has! experienced reached .ha "mmentottruth." ranging! from 2 to 7 pounds.

Marshall, noted lecturer and direction of Mrs._ Janet____ J ... arms while waiting for innoraitetton. this season along with tho almost Roy guided C. P. Bamberg and
n Either
--- --- wo can: take d/astic stepsto
CUB SCOUT BANQUET dally columnist for the Florida Lamb, and reception will follow constant severe weather: they caught 6 Bass Sunday
Members of the Keystone Time-Union, speak at the Mel- the services. ( Santa Fe) In the north and northwest one correct the situation and joprepared weighing up to 8 pounds And

Heights Cub Scout Pack and rose Woman's Club recen1i : By Michael H. CIdU7 may well ask if our conln- : to meet the cost or had a. total of 20 Bass when
wt can expect to be
wearing
Mrs. Marshall entertained the EASTERN STAR Phone < eut's weather patterns are of
their parents hosted a Buffet 17.1-1AJ2 he went home after 3 days
vtUe.The !
faJ ms' and: fighting a food
members and their guests with ,The final Chapter Melrose Homemakers changing. 6
Dinner and Award 3 Banquet on Meeting of """crrss ssr ,- shortage before the turn of ll hlnsr. Friday. Roy caught
srtss
Friday evening Feb. 27, at the maty humorous anecdotes, the 1969-70 year was held at 111" Club, which several women I have been a resident of the century. BaM weighing up to 7 pounds.
Masonic Hall. The program was which have served as inspir- Masonic Temple on M.irch 3. Greetings, friends and neigh-, from our area ale members of, Florid since 1914 and can't But wJl Saturday morning Kenny Holland -
we probably 1 continue -
in comment eratio.i of the 60th ation for her daily column. A retiring Courtesy and Reports !bora from ;your Ro1ln -Report- met last Thursday afternoon at recall a year when so many to blame the other fellow and Gene Will's, two
Anniversary of Scouting in this Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mur- were the order of bus- er. We had a "Duke's mixture" r.tbo Club House and had an cold fronts have entered tho while throw Coaches from Orange Park.
we trashand
country. rhee and family are tempor- iness. Announcement was made in our :weather last week, a little intiereeting program on Cake state bringing heavy rains, high garbage in the streets our burn caught 10 ban weighing up to
,
Newly appointed Cub Master arily residing In Tallahassee, of the Open Installation of Incoming warm, a little wet, and a Decorating with things avail winds and cold.Normally our leaves and drive our two 6H pounds In 2V& hours on

Kenneth Pittman welcomed the while Mrs. Murrhee recuper- officers on March 14 at little cold. How's that grab ;you able In the home. After the we expect hurricanes or more cars further and faster Shiners and Black Worms and:
ates from a recent Illness. 8 p.m. by newly elected Wor- Variety Buffs? The In Florida, but not tor -
Cub members wentto
Scout members, their warm meeting several ''they lost 2 large ones as well
internal combustion engines
parents and the honored guests Mrs. Paley Boyd, of Lake- thy Matron Jo Reed. Familyand weather sure was nice it even the home of Mrs. Lou MilJer nadoes. Now we have them frequently will be bigger and better- aa having .theIr lines broken
view Drive, was a recent visitor friends of Masons and some quite severe.I ,
and Eas-
had the
who included Mayor and Mrs. fish biting: from ourdock where her sister Mrs. Nell airplanes more gigantic! high- several times. Unfortunately,
home of her
at the son tern Stars invited. have lived In Florida
are many
Raymond Starnes, Mr.and Mrs. last week. Uncle Howard .Thorne. showed them more back
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and : and cannot recall ways nrjre numerous;! as we they had to leave and be
Gay Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William Boyd and family CHARTERED BUS TOURA and Aunt Lena Braiiberry:: ; of .about decorating, makng: nowe years tornado hitting anywhere In tho a go on our merry way to ob- for a Track Meet that after-
Richard Stinson, Mr. and Mrs. Oxford. Ala., spent last wselc < Christmas ..tress and such. livion. But ain't it fun? noon.
of Panama City. chartered state until decade
,
Bus a
from Jacksonville or so
Jack Layman and Mr. and Mrs. and part\ of this week with will
Club
us. The HomemakW Until next ,,'eek, goodbyeand
Mrs. John Hennessy of Eli- Now it
comprising; members ago. seems we can expect -
R'bert Uncle.
Crosier. zabeth, N.J. is spending the of Masonic Lodges and Eastern Howard loves to fish hold another Bake Sale on them everytlme a cold good luck I
The Invocation was offeredby from our dock and he really [March 14. from 8 a.m. unmet -
month with her brotherinlawand Star Chapters, will leave Jack- front enters the area.
Mr. Livingston, representing sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack sonville on Saturday, March 21, caught some nice ones. the Post Office in Melroe. In the 20's, 30's and 40'swe Clay Electric

Church St. Anne's Episcopal Sullivan Nelson's Point.Mrs. stopping at the Keystone Masonic Wednesday morning. Uncle :Mrs. Eunice Miller of Gainesvllle. \ expected three or four cold
which sponsors the local Howard and: Aunt Lena Brad- and C. O. Miller of Annual
Hennessy is recuperating after Temple at 8 a.m. for mem- spells during the winter sea- MeetingSet KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Scout
: Pack. Following the major surgery last month. bers here to enjoy an all day berry, my mother Cricket Sherman Oaks Calif.. were visiting son, usually with frost and low

r JWLfl .. trip to the Masonic Home in Orandmother Copeland and I Jack and Lou Miller and temperatures. But It would' March 26
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St. Petersburg. returning to went ,to Wllllston. and spent children T. C.. Jeff and Joan warm up ;after three or four

Keystone about 6 p.m.Members the day with Aunt Clara SulU. {Monday night. Nell and Don days and remain pleasant and

of either Lodge or Chapters van. We then journeyed to Thorne and chlUren: were a18ca warm for a week or so. Former Congressman D.R.

Interested in taking this trip, Gainesville, at the home of visiting the Millers last week. Some scientists tell us that (Billy) Matthews will be feat

.- may call Worshipful Master Roy and locale Crenshaw and The Thornes went to Keystoneone the continent's weather really ured speaker at .the 32nd an-

A.P. Hallman at 473-4638. The children: : Joan and Jerry-, where day last week to show is changing and predict; that nual meeting of Clay Electric: DIRECTORYBEAUTY

,. cost is $7 per member, round 'wewere met by my father elides of the Philippines. a vt we can expect colder weather Cooperative in Keystone

trip. The day will be spentin James and his parents, Hubert Honolulu, to Joan's class in every year. Some blame It on Heights. Thursiay: March 26. SHOP"
# visiting the fine home for and Palma Chltty. and we all school. Friday night tha our upset: of the balance of The all-day meeting will begin -

#- members of both organizations. bad supper and worked on the Thome Family Mrs. Ruby |nature, others the testing of w registration at 9 a.m.

"" Plans for luncheon are incomplete Chltty Family Camper. We Dyl. Mrs. Eunice Miller andC. bombs with attendant atmon- and will Include: a free lunchat KEYSTONEBEAUTY

.I, at this time. It is requested have a Van (bread truck) O. MIller held a Cookoutat pherlc disturbances. I hope they noon, followed by the annual SHOP

that interested mem- 'which we are converting to a. the Miller home. They en ;are wrong and that in the dec .busIness session. including
r bers call soon for reservations Camper "Which: will sleep 5. Joyed pork, chicken rabbit. ;ade to come we can look forward election cf trustees and reports "XDITH JOOtnoff. OWMT

.. In order to accommodate the Thursday and Fri-Iay nights and IO&t.tin. to more normal weather from Clay Electric officials.. Personal and CTMUV HaIr CtrlMr -
Lodge Master in Jacksonville patterns, not for Florida Cvrr Vtona of
only
II ve visited by grand- Whitehead i Matthews, who formerly represented saiy
were Ida
my C. cetej j 3UUUT
for planning. but the nation and the contin Tttav.4*!. f-S; closed
parento. Hubert and Palma fcrabed her birthday last Mon- ,, the 8th Congressional 1IIaadIo'.
FELLOWSHIP CLUB chill; of Starke. On Saturday! day. and Mrs. Lou Miller and ent.Conservationists tell that District, Is now a member:
us
The March Monthly Luncheon eight my parents and grandDarenta daughter Joan, and Kathryn ,we have steadily fouled our atmosphere of. the Instructional! staff at NURSERYp
I and meeting of the Club spent the night in Cedar Wee took cake and refreshmentg until we have red iced Santa Fe Junior College, Gain-

will be held in the Masonic Key where some members down to her. "Happy i the amount of sunshine reachIng esville. D.C. Carries Nursery
Hall on March 12 at 12:30. of our family were camping. BfrtftJayt I And God ''bless ;you I the earth and consequently Entertainment will be provided -

Members are to provide a covered While there they got some nice: 'Mrs.' Whitehead." i nvite colder weather. I do not from 10 am. to 1 p.m. by Thousands of plants

: What Place Could Be Safer To dish and their beverage, fresh oyster question. that_we. certainly have the Thrasher Brothers_ __ n Quartet ____- Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
as well as table service. An Joan Miller celebrated her owed the air but whether or a nationally-known gospel Evergreens
f Keep Valuables Than A Bank? interesting program has been fclrthday several times last not it has contributed to our flinging group from Birming Camellias & Azaleas

: Our Bank arranged by Program Chairman week. She spent the weekend My Neighbors present day weather I could not ham, Ala.The .
MOST ALL IN CANS
Ethel Weyman. Mrs. Zena 'With Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hester -
Scheibe, who, with her husband, and daughter Clad! In say.There is no question that PLANT ANY TIME -
:
box in
At our bank there js a safety deposit has made extensive
trips In
Green Cove Springs, and sheand pollution has had a lot to do Beautiful RosesLandscaping -
:a size to fit'your needs. Rest assured that .your the past two years throughoutthe Cindl trail rode and "Hor- with our problems today. We
:'valuables! safe when leave them United States and Canada
are completely you erf aroun:!" all weekend. Mon cannot point the finger at any Telegraph
by Travel Trailer will show Phone 659-2165
.In our modern vault. da). Jan, Susan Finn and An- one individual or group. We

; We have many other services, too. Services slides There of their will not trips.be a Game dy Thorns went to oaineavute. 'f! have all contributed and :on- 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on

;Co suit you and your" whole family. Consult us Day on March 26 due to the for hamburgers, and to play : tinue to do so.Government. For Office Supplies .J Hwy 100 at. Fiorahome!

ron' on all your banking needs. Annual Meeting of Clay Elec- "Putt-Putt Golf" only to find ;; guilty of polluting itself many has of been our Phone 964-6305 .
the closed. Another
course
tric that
on date.PERSONALS .
.. afternoon. Joan's mother, 'Mrs. lakes and streams, probablyas S.I E. McKAY, REALTORSenior
Lou Miller took cake and much as has large indus- Memtir Society of

'KEYSTONE STATE BANK Mr. and Mrs. Harold Felch drinks to school for her class.So try.their Individual automobiles citizens, airplanesand with 70t Residential Appraisers

of Cortland N.Y. and Alken, on top of all that, veil trash burning do their partto j0s Mortgage Brokers
N.C. were week-end guests of irlah Joan a. very "Happy We Kelp You FtM. co
foul the air. The situationhas
Member FJD.T.C Keystone Heights, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. William Wall of Birthday!" .a"( '- worsened from to t Trailer lots MOO. Up

Lake Brooklyn. The two families Mr. and Mrs- Owen Bryantpent year year j The Best In Lake Frostliopies
Tear Prlewdly Bank In Tour Friendly with nobody doing anything a- C.tfi66
** were neighbors and friends laet weekend with their "Making: a game of it is fine, bout it. but everybody point- ( Acreage, ....&a.I.

ComnaxUtr. several years ago when both daughter and her family, Mr. band mt let's not go overboard on ing the finger at the other fel- Mrs. Melba Iljea. Associate
lived in New Jersey. The Mrs. Lagrawe, In oatlle'8t> \ .
Home m-474 47H8I1
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for who
Do not fertilize azaleas :Polk, you sent
Host To Employee outline goals for the coming
: cards;! and I
us food money:: flawen -
NEW.S ;rear. Nineteen separate meet- for. they bloom or when you
Promises Breathtaking Sight At Annuallinnor;) tags are held for 1.039 employ planting them. Fertilize "may we exteni:: this "thank
all of
are you.' from us. I wISh

00,,,,___.__u__._._.._,_,_00.u..,___.._.._._._0000._________ ,_____ ___________uuuu. _.._______.. networks, Created to the spectacular sight! eel working *t various loca.tlona after the blooms finish for the that ihere were words ol gra'ttlode -
; .; ; ; o >;ooo--, ;;. ; ; ;.>..;.>.. >.oooo ;;;;; ;J AU three television Florida Gas
-=-;: ;::;::: =::::::::::::: :::: ::* :::::::::: ::;:::::::::::::: ::::::::: Company, headQuartered In Tex&s. Louisiana. MlaIsBippl -
STARKE BUILDERS are planning live coverage of of total. or almost total eclipse. in Winter Park, hostel Alabama and Florid teason. 'to express our sincere

TAKE LEAGUE LEAD team. one of the moat spectacular and Perry, Fla., Savannah, Ga., local employee. and their Florid Gas Is the large When planting work plentyof (thanks. May we cay "God bless

Last week's games played AND JACKSONGO :; rare happenings of nature-a and Norfolk. Va. are among the wives at the 11th Annual Dinner supplier of energy In Florida peat moss into the soil at you"11" truly, from the bottomof
BADCOCK
havoc with standings In the FINALSIn total eclipse of the sun. which towns! and cities In the "path Meeting on February' 24, market
Bantam League with two teams TO the first game of the Men's will be visible in 'this& area on of totality." New York City at the Holiday Inn in Oalaesvllle. 636 million cubic feet of natural first flowering or in early .;yvonne, Ronald and Olan Polk,

battling for first place and the Tournament, played Monday SaturdaY March 7. will experience about 96 percent gas. summer of the first year. and grandchildren.f .
other two trying to escape 3rd Plaza The Society !for The Prev n- totality, while: Portland Since gas service to Florida '
Starke ofceremoni.ee
night, favored Acting .a the local master ...... .
and 1th place.In talon of Blindness\! ha advised Ore. will see only 19 per cent. }'
began'In 1959 key official of
stumbled !and Jackson Building : games: played Tuesdiy, enjoyed a resoundng9478v1ctory. !: that the only 100 per cent sate Persons with color television the Company have met with Superintendent of Flortdaf Hy- ..:;

F b. 24, Carp's started one The win was one of sweet .way to view the eclipse Is on atelevision sets will have a special treat. employees during t the early Arocarbona. E. P. 8hvn haa. rBurke's Tree}Surgeons
behind the league lead- there will be much beautyIn '
as
game revenge, as Plaza had defeated screen. ;part of each year. The twofold Vice President and Treasurer
but a57-50 win over Koch'sand plans to orIginate the forthcoming eclipse. One
which
ers, Jackson twice In regular sea- NBC-TV tmnM.se! of these personalized presented: Service: Awards to 11 .
a 31-29 Cadillac win over son play. its telecast. from the tele, vis1! Starke Builders earned Carp'sa The was nip and tuck southern coast of Mexico!! has 14 as follows: "When
share of 1st place for three game quarters. but late scheduled a 90-mlnute program, the moon comes between the from Florida. and other states A Safety. Award was presented >. a KEMOVIHG M MOVING I TOPPING I TIlIMM'N"atABUNC

In the second:: game of the day.Carp's behind in the 3rd period Jackson got starting at noon. ABC and CBS I I sun and the observer on Earth, ttre also expected to gather Compressor to Brooker Station employees No. 16 forworking at M /Mf/r/flT a SPRAYING I PE6PI'QS

had little trouble hot and pulled tiffay for a 63- --will present one-hour pro- sunlight! vanishes for a few along the West Coast from St. STUMP GRINDING

the 41 point productionof 54 lead. Plaza caught up earlyin grams starting at 1 p.m. All seconds. Birds and animals become Marks to Horseshoe Beach. and without; over lost 88,000 time man accident.hours Licensed and Insuredor

Joey Thomas, downing the 4th, and Ted by 10 points, broadcasts; will be In color. suddenly quiet. A brilliant at Perry in Taylor County. a ,

K,,"h's 57-50. This was Carp's5th with 3 minutes left, increasingit The rarity of the event is indicated red ring aunounds the which Is In ,the center of 'the Additional Safety Awards werepresented of Free Estimate. Call Bush Gulf Sta.,
to local employees
consecutive win 'and .set the to a 16 point advantage when : ,by .the fact that It will moon a.nllthe:! brightest stars "path of totality." Most of >- ''
clash with the Pipeline District No. 5 for n,-
their
stage for the game end 3d. !Aw roughly half a century 'before and planets appear in the sky. Dixie Taylor Jefferson, MartIson ,illi .
league coleader.In Danny Whitehead and Bruce another major eclipse is It's a breathtaking !sight." Suwannee Hamilton, and 000 hours. Measurement District /" If.'I '" '

Feb. games 26 Cad'llac played won Thursday.Its 2nd Jackson led for Jackson with ,Visible from the U. S. The eclipse will originate In .Columbia: Counties will experience Communication No. 7 for and 77.000 Electrical hours i ) jJ 964-7361 '
,
42- 30 and 25 respectively. WayneM A solar eclipse occurs whenthe I'the Pacific: Ocean and NBC of- 100 per cent eclipse.A .
of the week with a .. District No.8. Jacksonville
game r.pnd :weed Plaza with 40. directly In ficials are enthusiastic. about ABC
moon passes spokesman for says,
Koch's, putting
26 victory over for 7,600 hour*.
.
and casts Its the Mexican site they have will .be aerial
them in 3rd place. The 1st "in"the; Badoock front of the sun There! : photography --

half of the game was separated : downed Recreation second ,game Dept., 115- shadow on the earth. During chosen to start their coverage.This to bring a. clear picture ---- 1Yr\'t ;;4d.A RlJ IA

by only 2 points, but Cad- 92. Mark Graudons of the Recreation the upcoming March 7 event locality will be the gather- of the eclipse to the television = _Jw ,
illac got hot in the 2nd half took scoring nearly all areaof\ the contin ing place of about 200 scientific screen even -weather

and HOA It going away 42-26. honors for team the night,top popping in ental U.S. will be able to see at expeditions from around the !conditions are such that it i r six EXCITING l JOIN US IN :
IlWEWEE
The big game of the day 41 points. many of them 20 foot least' a part'al eclipse while world. cannot :be seen from the

pitted to co-leaders with$ each jumpers. Once again, Badcock's moat of .the East Coast will be Several thousand observers ground." .: FORSUMMER ,H I
WEEKS mm :
team, knowing the winner could scoring was spread among the I : .in.C1aa8JlISFl!
be In the enviable position to in double 1370l
team with 5 Iayers All "- on*.I tow, ill !
cop the league championship, figures. WE CAN ASSIST YOU clunvt' tuition t. I
n '
remain. I I I ? \l \lt I) IOU HX'H
as only 2 games ROUND TRIP JET ALL CEmIJ- :'\ I :
Starke Builders maintained "Tournament: finals will match I LODGING ALL MEALS / /Rt/ / > '11/.11.. )Ie a'I. !

;.1 33-34! lead at the end of the Badcock vs Jackson at 8:30 N In Preparing Your N (EXCEPT BEVERAGES) .- OCIasucal Europe I- :: = ___ ..-J I I
.
All
3rd period, but in the final p.m. Thursday, March 5. The TRANSPORTATION I ORussla-Paut and Present"p" i' -, I
WHILE ABROAD S INSURI
quarter Carp's outscored them finals will be preceded by a C Co ANtE I 'OHistory of Lite, in i Central Europe Sl(' DISCOVER THE WORLD FOR ,

14.10 and the game went into consolation game matching INCOME TAX RETURN I Plus :I OArgonaut The Golden Age YOURSELF WITHAIAInni'6

overtime, a period in which' Starke Plaza and Starke Re- 0 SUCH EXTRAS, /S SMALL ,II,' OOrienl OFrench: A Language Summer in and Japan Civilization, SeminarOSwiss I _ ,
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Carp's: liiomas fouled out and creation Dept. at 7 p.m. GROUPS TWO TO I
M M I THHfC STUDENTS! TO" French Language I
Builders took over Istplace}
the REASONABLE RATES iniriWmec
i ROO.,:'*COLL(';F. CRED- OGerman Language and Civilization Seminar :
56-50 win. I
with a I ITft CAMPUSES:: LOCATfJ OSpanish Language and Civilization Seminar :
Carp's Joey Thomas and 3. ld.us' SOFTBALL LEAGUEAn E E I /*/71 Todayeiiitit9
I Phone or Come in Jor ) i IN THE LARGE I Oltalian Art and the Mdsteu 't
an _ _ _
ASA-sanctioned Softball I Ii '
Blalock
Eddie providad (CITIES-jIVOM; : 'SITE EXCURI .
: OA Living Approach to Music a scoring battle with Blalock league meeting is set for Tuesday APPOINTMENT ;I IT SIO.\S; ft SEMINARS 'L..... OEnglish Drama and Literature .._ ., .
hitting for 45 and Thomas POP- March 10. at 8 p.m. The i COUHSE S"LL"" aUS J.v\. J.. I
Recreation Department has Issued T := ff] :0\
ping in 44 points. -

Standings through: Feb.! 26: ..1 call to all sponsors, : TOWN FINANCE CO. -Cf llg( IfjOll| l II1IU.l

Builders, 7-3; Carp's, 6-4; team managers, and repre- A A I
Mrs. Pare Darden
Cadillac, 4-6 Koch 3-7. sentatives who plap to entera ntudcntj receive tnllcKt1 crudit. fur AIA Vuiutiun
; 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE FLORIDA Qunlifiixi may I Rt. 1. Box 120-A
Schedule! Thursday, March team in the 1970 Men's Softball X X Seminnn from \\vstminstpr ColI"Inll'rlcnn Interimtiunul ,-
5: Koch vs Carp's 3:45; Bull- League, which will be ASA Telephone 964.7449 .l .\,'nd"IIIIh,* only fully ut'irediled fun-filled l'rolCrnm, of IU Keystone Heights Fla.
kind. With ALyou CUll enjoy an exoilinii viuu- 32656
do-3 vs Cadillac, 5. These sanctioned. tion--und, lift college credit, too! j Tel. 473-4270>>
the \,' ... ,.'
games will complete reg- ------ ----- --- --- ------ .f ,
ular season play. FOR t'NT1"UrJ11shed: apartment )

A post season to'Jrnane:1thasbeea : .1 t rooms and ''bath utilities I

scheduled for Friday and ij.nlshed. Couple only-No CARL '"

Saturday nights. March 6-7, Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg BUY-SELL- BEGGS/

in the arm gy-n. Gulf Service I


TOUHN,\\P: ;=: VT SC'ILDULE: THE KEY TO I I USED PARTS /

Friday, Mi.-cli 0)-- 1st place o Gracious Living I Top Prices for Wreckod Cars

league team vs 4th place team, 24 Hour wreckerSerynce

7 p.m. 2nd place ''vs 3rd place, Town HouseAPARTMENTS Fuel Oil -'
.. .. -

8.Sat.. March 7Losers of U.edCrillwy.IOIN.W-
MXIf WAWraSD -- Laundry PUMPS I DID YOU KNOW It'. easy to .
Filthy games, 7 p.m. VinuiersofFridaygane 1 For Rent I C9LAMEnn AD BATES workers. Kitchen aids labor- own a Longcnamp Home? E. LaRue 40-ltM ( '
?:: 8. George >
USED
NEW AND __ ,
I cottage watch- Better built for F jrMa liv
Furnished Apartment eri. parenU,
On Monday, March 9, at 7 Vf *. U word ____- 1JUMtefanom I SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
man cooks and clerks ground-j, ing. Yow plan or our.
selected Cro'11the
p.m. two teams ( charge.) keeper truck driver. & Shallow Wells Your lot Contact Bu WANTED XJSTINba:
Bantam League will playin M' BufordIltchell! Five : or ours. Fire Homeowner

the BU1. gn, preceding a Phones -h wort ....... 15 .01 day week, eight hour day.|I' Water Softeners & Filters,I ford Mitchell. phone C84-; I IflBIt LIFE & ACCIDENT On Homes. and Strout Ac.reagej.Buyei R* Htg.aWaiting.
Vtyi
men's pitting the league 964-8853 Etate retirement vacations Expert Service On : P O Box 23'. Ptarke!
964-6160
game -
champs against an all-star r.itra charge If mot sick leave.If Interested, please j japply ; All Makes _. ,.. ,._-t'S.. -,'.., ..... ""'..4.f -S.- .... K.",' ----'I'..... might.q 47S-4WS'0' -,"" Broker pt4-31ta-t.2117 N. Temdle Ave.'
_1 .. 114..CIe ____ .a / in person Personnel Plumbing Berrle! +' .

FOR SALE purebred female Manorial, Revolutions In Manager.i Center. O Sunland nesvl11e.Train-Fla. Phone9647061DURRANCE i JIMMY MOORE'S EZERASE Notebook TYPEWRITER
FLORI'DATHEATRE Piper, Filler -
German Shepherd puppy 2tt An equal PUMP I WATSON'SHouse
opportunity employer -
SUN SPORTS Bradford County Telegraph.
years old. Shots* and wormed. 1 **Bta ,., word 'I AND SUPPLY CO.

Also 1 miniature' black male tfthg I MEN WANTED Men cottage of Vacuums
poodle for Stud service 13 MOORE' BOAT TORVOUR
CARDS Or TBANKS parents age over 21. Startingpay A'any brands of new vacuum*
months old Is AKC. Phone 473- SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCE MONEY $329 month. promotion .
op.portunitlea
$3900 Used machines from
up.
4135. tfchg 50 word or loo* .-_- '.CO Letters Si Numbers for Interior' AT REDUCED RATES Starke Ph. M4-5791 and regular Increases $10 Expert Repairs all makes.
and exterior AUTO. FIRE. BOAT
use. All sizes. co
FRI. THRU TUES. FOR SALE-Nice clean 1954 Bach word ovor 50 _. .01 lors. Bradford County Tele- DOYLE E. CONNER Complete Outboard & Stern in pa,. 8 hour day. 5day Parts and Accessories for all
Chevrolet $395.00. Bobby Lewis Drive Service week. sick leave vacation vacuums. Built In Central vac
6-10 ,graph. tf! INSURANCE AGENCY a-rd Repair.
!MAR. I
state retirement. U Interested.
cleaning systems. 712 N.
964-54S3 or 964-7116. tfchg TYPEWRITERS: Manual or tehI Complete Fiberglass Repatr. uum :
please apply in Personnel
Km CENIul"' FOI PRESENTS( Electric. For sale or rent. PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to C u a t o m-bullt Fiberglass person Main. Gainesville 376-7110
FOR COMPLETE CARE Of $625. Take the : Manager, Sunland Training Cen
PAUt. Bradford County Teiegrapb.MIMOSA drudgery out Fishing B_ ..
yards and cemetery lots In of "a per work.-Bradford Coun-I I BAIRD ter. Gainesville Fla.
Starke and surrounding area MANOR tv Telf graoh. tf An equal opportunity employer. -

IflW1t! R0S6. contact Larry O'Neal at Jones MOBILE HOME PARK i Mobile Homes MIMEO STENCILS, and Ink. Smith PlumbingAND
I SEWING I
Funeral Home call 964-6200. MACHINE Cleaned. Duplicating machines and
;HCflSSIDYANDTHE or Trailers and Spaces For Rent
__ WANTED: Used Wrlnter-WuIl.
oiled and adjusted In NEW and USED Bradford Count
your supplies. -
4tohg 3-12
SUNDANCE KID .. Phone 964-7498. tfchg home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner I 8-10-12' Wide Telegrapl er. Will pay cash or take In Supply Company

WANTED-To ,buy lot close In. repairs also. All work guirante.ed. trade on anything. DAHMER'S: .

Would consider one farther out Dennis E. Coggins. Phone Good Quality BUY, SELL. TRADE: Used 964-7923. tf-flkf

11 price is reasonable. R. F. iller Brown 431-1428. Ifchef Reasonably Priced Furniture, Appliances Toys: Contracting and repairs

Allan Rt. 2 Box 115-A, Haw- Gainesville 378-2785 Tools. Wlmberly's Trading WILL BUY: Used Appliance! Plumbing Fixtures .

\ thorne. Fla. 32640. 3tp 3-12 A. .T, Thomas Registered Real Serviced Guaranteed and Post. 7434 Blandlng Blvd., Furniture, TV'. Stereos. aay-. Water Heaters Pumps -
Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing value. DAHMXR'fl
thing of -
.
Delivered la Sinks Area tfchg Iron Filters -
Jacksonville. Irritation
:
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3
FOR SALE 2 saddle horses, in appraisals for' es I
,saddle bridles and etc. Gentle.' tates. corporate and individual NO EXTRA COST SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Water Softener

Phone 964-6970 after 5 p.m. VolkswagenNew owners Thirty years experiencein US 441 N. 45 t NW 13th Letters all sizes colors. Permanent -

: 3tchg 3-19 Florida Land Matters. 205 N. G",1ne5vllle 378-27M for use on wood glass.plMtlc. ,

A Vied 1.0). Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., Tel. paper metal. leather. PHONES:
FOR RENT: Unfurnished housein Sales Service 984-5701./ tf SAVETIME ANYTHING I IBn.cford County 964-6023 or 964-5832
country. Also furnished SERVICE Small noollnnces
Telegraph. tf
apartments In Starke.-W. H. 1 MI. North of The Mall FOR RENT: TV sets, baby ..t tnrk.. H-rdwfIre Co. 108 E (Please make a note of
Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. 'tfchg beds. Hec. ("'011 FIt.. P1n"" Q44-i11. tfnhr _
GAINESVILLEARS guitars amplifiers. 4 FOR RENT 12 wIde t bedroom our' numbers in. FOUr
refrigerators: day or week. DA.HMER'S. tra. outside limits.J. .
city book
PN VISION COLOR BY DELUXE FOR RENT2 room furnishedapt. FOR SAr.E' Cn-cretc bloc phone )

s..g ( "" All utilities Included.) For 984.7923._tf-chg hoiwe: S hMroom. 1 buSh central B. White 664-6114. tfchg
:
IMI .. :
single person or 2 people. No I FOR SALE Registered Pole 1 h*.t At "'tr (", ,,.,''tto"l!!!*. C"r- FOR RENT- Large unfurnished -

chldren or pets. $80 per month. I Herford bull 2 years old. Also "ar mt 'Ph".... Q4-SR7 tf.'I', house 315 N. Clark St.; $75

Phone 9114.5695.> 2tchg some register Angus bulls. EUNICE NURSERY month. Phone 964-5311 or 473- NA .
-
HAS 964-6114. tfchg' :, .t'i 4719. tfchg
301 FOR RENT -1 bedroom furnished Pers'mnvyn.! Pear and Plum '

apt. Hot. cold water fur EVERYTHINGSTARKE National Sewing rees. Si*snma and Kumquat. FOR SALEChicken fertilizer. "

,nished. Suitable for bachelor O-nsrnentnl shrub' all 'types. Clean out service. Will put

or working girl. 570 W. Call. Machine Co., m1. north pf Lawtey on Hlway sawdust back In houses. Movedto S\

DRIVEINShow Phone 964-5884. Itchg Largest .selections from whichto SOI turn nt s'ltn phone 782-3485. Hampton. New No. 4681894W.

FOR SALE-6 room house on 22 Phone 964-6848 choose. Pfaff. Necchi Nelco, tfctiffPOSTFn A. Prevatt tfehg

Begins At 7 P.M! acres. 5 miles west on SR-18. New Home tt Universal. STOMS( : Treated to

FRI. SAT. SUN. Phone 964-6433. 2tp 3-12 This Ad Wdrth $3.00 On Any withstand weather 20e each, Lawn Mowers-we service whatwe
1 sell. Starling Farms Sup
VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- Purchase or Repairs S2.25 doc. Special' price on larf-
!MAK. 6, 7, 8 Travel I CASHPROFESSIONAL ply. 225 W. Andrews St. tfchg
FOR SALE 28 ft. 69 MASTER Add Machines with 611 W. University Ave. 378-1355 "r quantities. Bradford County
Double Feature Program .v'h!: ClASSIFIED I
trailer. Custom appliances subtraction. SPECIAL. this Tel.eraDh. tf FOR SALE 841 :Ford Diesel :

fully carpeted. full bedroom. month only, 6995. Ideal for NOW IN STOCKConstruction \ Tractor with loader. Power
CHEROKH PRODUCTIONS Carradme's 6 ml. north of home Paper. All colors In the rainbow BUYING SILVER COINS
PF i nlj'SUPPORT or light office work.- steering and new brakes. Verygood
Starke on 301. Mr. Hamlton. ftp Bradford County Telegraph. tf I Bradford County Tele- 1964 or older any condition.: TIPSI.'T"lD\ condition. 2295. Phone MIMEO STENCTLS. and .teL
graph. tf Dollars 2.00 tip Halves 60c. II 376-2548. Oaineevllle. tfchg DvpUeating' ma hlne. an4
HELP WANTED MALE Experienced REMINGTON CASH REGISTER O" rtr'r :30c. Dimes 12c. Current SUPPLiESMARY n"1te& Bradford C.anty1

YOUR semi-truck driver. : 2-total eIectr1 slightly FOR RENT-One bedroom fur- Mil rk*t Price For" rare I from Property For Sale-Please contact Tetena.t I

v Chauffers license nece: .sal'7. used. Cost new, $420. Save $100. r'sheJ' apartment, located at drtt4's" older coin,. We Buy. SFC Albert Clarke. Phone

Apply Mutual Lumber Co.. I"e Our sale price $320.-Bradford 547 W. MoJ-son St. Call after 3 Sell!. or trade: tolni. 1I11Jnqton 964-6677. 2tp 3-5 FOR SALE1966 Boat motor

LOCAL S miles South of Starke on 301. County Telegraph.! tf p.m. Mrs. Willie Mae Judd 964- Coins Srai-Vc Fta. 9647271. I and trailer, 14 ft. Lone Star, 33
Phone 964-7490. Itchg A416. No children please. $50.00 Would 1:ks someone to do ironInj horse power Evlnrude motor
SHERIFF' TYPEWRITERS: Manual or a month. ttehCf FOR it*! Gt1'a.lum'l! inn ar.d light cleaning. Call electric starter a tilt trailer.

NOTICE: Jessie J. Lee representing Electric. For ale or rent. bloom. ho.'e flints ghrnbb"rv. CARTER after 6 p.m. 9645591. Itchg $600. Call 964-7205. 2tchg 3-5
Bradford County Telerraph. FOR 3NTSmall: furnished *" |fp]COLOR 6y Deluxe United Artists| The Singer Wednesday.Co.. will be two bedroom hou'c. 734 N., *. F 'wrnn Nurserv. RaloTd FOR SALE-Plywood boat 3tt FOR SALE-6 room block and
In this PAINTS
IsJE T H A T R C Sales. Repairs area every Service. Phone WANTED Dependable mature .- Walrvit St. Call 964-7444 or 964-' ', Rd SterVe. 964- 22.T. 3tchw < H.P. motor new; $125. 1519 brick home with porch and car
man as service station! at- "070. Up' Raiford Road Phone 964-7708. port. Good barn and horse
376-5247. After 6 p.m. call 473- '"'LP NTFT) Male :Fore-
tendant. Must be sober and hon. Up
PLUSHOUWOOD 3-19 102 EAST stalls sell with 1 or 5 acres of
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4673. 4tchg FOR 'L168!: I I mn "I''rt"n"ed J'1111chl"ery
est. Experience preferred not Charger R-T BROWNLCeSTRECT Guitar land, cash or terms with some
necessary. Write P. O. Box 633. A.C. P-S factory.' R LIKE/ IT WAS! FOR SALE 39 house' I Interest. Interested
acres. ... w'th or without amplifier-Eaton
combo. Fully b n Kvartone Heights. 2tchg 3-12 loa-tel! $2.400.00Can
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and barn. Located State 7289 come see on 301
on b. seen ,9t Jimmy Moore's trl ><,l'.r Mf.. PlPnt.] Applv Jorian-964-5480.: Itch .
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2 i miles or get information at
<0 .u.. Road 235. Will consider lease. IS $%.80 HOURLY WORTHA flIIl'(. 4-'I7ll! w !964- 610. tfch' Mi'*n.l J."">b"'r Co.. Tnt5 i OrUfls Old Trading Poet tfc

.. .II.ICtIC: Call 771.2917, Jacksonville.4tp SC POSTCARD TO YOU mitt S>wh ot StorVe: on 01.1 Southern Marine I I
." 328Jl'AYE'S Easy to earn $15 to $23 dally. FOR S*LT3!:-' city Us corner Phone S64-74QQ Itchg
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Strapping Tape,
FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished

Distribute famous WATKINS Of Purser *n Dr. VAN D"K'I. FABRICS First quality PRODUCTS to eatabl'&hed customers 110'. Irte'\t fo- home or trail- NtD: : MORE INCOME -work 3,4" x 60 yards. $1.50 Single I NameGainesville house. convenient location;

." lE-! dress drapery, upholstery in Stjrke. Full or part 4,". T-"me. Phone 9fi4-\ ;610. tfchg "eckandi. Mature family? man. roll. Bradford County Telegraph MarineLYNN $M month phone 964-7582.

/>,. IOCNFColof material. Notions. chenille bed time. WrIte WATKINS. Dept. A,1"V Waters Fnco., 301 South. Uj 4tp 3-19

spreads, tapestries. Also seconds M.S.. M-l. Bo: 2447. Memphis, FOR RENT-On.. ..v} two bed- itch'. HAMILTON MOR.
@; CI mill ends BankAmert- Tenn. 38102. UpI room modern trailers on Lake HOUSE FULL of Furniture. Johnson Motors Cobra Boats FILING CABINETS. Typewriter -
card and Master Charge. Open On"va, 1 mile from traffic I FOR S*!.'!'_ OoVI V by crib $300. Gas Stove, Refrigerator Stands Desks. Chair. ,
Supplies
: Monday. 10-7; Tues. throughSat. would like to take care of an lleht. K'!vstr ne Heights. Also ...rcl m.t>rpss. Used fwrn'ture 2 suits Bedroom Furniture Living Marine Safe Bradford Cooaty

I .. 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy. 301 elderly lady and do light house like lola i.500.. ". H. Lagasae.I nnd o"'w anl erds, 1011 Welt! I Room set. DAHMER'SItchg 1030 E. University Ave. TeleqvapL

I 1 ml. north of Waldo 'tfchg keeping. Phone 96+7378. Itp 473-4753 evenings. 2tchg 3-12 Madison. It! Gainesville

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