Bradford County telegraph
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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 14, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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U. of Fla. Library History
Gainesville Fle. 326.1. .

I Housing Unit; t To Be NamedThe Casey Proposes

strong desire to raise the standard -, '.-- ........__. _._
Bradford County Commission ,, each Florida county, but is unite, he said. of housing in the coun mated there are at least 500)
gave the "all clear"to not Implemented until the Com- During the preliminary discussion have some businessab1Hty substandard housing units In
proceed with appointment of mission determines the need Commissioner Dave George said. He point- the county. He suggested that Plan To Construct
a Bradford County Housing and names the members. Shuford said that allTlve mem- ed out that Authority members the Authority might want to
Authority In a special meet- George said the housing auth- bers of the board had previously without but be construct some 100 to 200 units -
serve pay, may
ing Wednesday afternoon with ority is not limited as to the agreed on the need for up- .reimbursed .for expenses incurred initially. These would be
architect: Frank George and route It goes.In obtaining funds grading housing facilities In while on official busi Individual, or duplex units, he
county attorney T.A. Yawn. for low-rent housing, but that the county, and asked Yawn and 'ness. said, and not the apartment-
Yawn was Instructed to pro- the general practice Is to ob- George to proceed with the :' It Is not necessary that one type complex. New
ceed with drafting the neces- tain Federal grant from the necessary steps. member be selected from each George told the board that High SchoolA
sary resolution for approval of Housing Assistance AdmInis- The only requirement for Commissioner district, George several North Florida counties,
the board at its meeting Monday tration, a division of HUD (De- members the Housing Auth- said, adding that all members including Bradford, had been
morning, preliminary to partment of Housing & Urban ority is that they be qualified could come from one district exempted from the require-
actual appointment of the five- Development). He said this was electors of the County, George'told if that were necessary In order ment of preparing a "work-
member authority. the most practical approach. the board. However, it is to find qualified persons able plan" before being ap-
George told the Board thata Federal funds are available to desirable that they be persons with desire to proved for a housing grant. meeting was scheduled
[ a serve.
Housing Authority had been"created" finance such projects from the who have a genuine Interest"in In to by a This removes much preliminary Wednesday night at
reply a 'question
by state statute Jn Planning stage to the finished the little man," have a I Ihn rd'-AmMr. George esto !- red tape, he said. which Supt. Tom Caseywas

_1: 0 j _UUj, '-"",,,,,';:' >>.-::;:;' _<$_:_;S Gil\441RG': :: :: A_\S4tM: -AKS'Vy. 0 9Tf:. :YaCK_JGC_(*__:.;&___n-n.n:: ;.:;:-.,-.n:-:-_. -. n.... S y. ... .PM.!.,,-9IP.. to discuss with the
School Board the county's

BRADFORD PKY OBRARY ij..' total school building program -
CQ and, in particular,

%1E. 4w of LA. H1STOR :: .::*-: Bradford High; School. V

:>::::. Casey said his recommendation -

.<..-:. will be to build a 12 to

.:.:..:..:.. 15 classroom addition onto I51rM
trrap :::: Bradford High in the near future -
:tiS: at an estimated cost of
Sri:: $180,000 to 200000. !
The Sweetest This Side {S The addition would enable the

school system to stop using

Strawberries Vol. 91 STARKE, FLORIDA 15c of Heaven i- the two-story portion of the
present high school building
: This i is the head-on collision as photographed by
12 1970 COPY $ the superintendent It
No. 38 Thursday, March ; \ !says.
::iO'UUOU would go up between the pre- the Starke Police Department, which resulted when

_,uuu'u.u .__. ...... ......__.. ._....._..._____.-.__-- ;:, 'sent building and the Catholic one vehicle was traveling on the wrong side of
1II.'R :- ;;:-::::: :-::-;;:'; : ; -' ;.":::: :::;:;;:::::::::::::::::::::::: ;:::;::::::::::;;::::::::::::: Church, and In front of B- four-laned US 301.Tommy.

Comtemplatod in the next year
Cancer or so is a second phase of
Polk St.Paving
construction at BUS which Casey Ritch'sCondition
Poi'I I thinks would cost around

$360,000. Thatphasewouldprovide -
yi 4 'f -r\ "A 'k Drive new or emodeled facUlties -

for the entire high school CriticalTommy '
including now administrative
offices, library, guidance offices "'
Slated : side of divided! .
wrong highway -
Pitch, 19yearoldson
typing rooms, home economics -
Project facilities, space fora of Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Pitch is Sheila: Ruth Taylor, 18,
The annual drive to raise locker system, and ancilary of Starke, is in critical condi- Starke. She also Is hospitalized!
money to fight cancer is slat facilities. tion in the Intensive care unit with lacerations of the face
NixedA { Mir ed here the week of April 12 For the first phase of con- of St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville And is expected. to
by the Bradford Chapter of struction, Casey says, $80,000Is from complicationsafter Thursday from the Bradford
the American Cancer Society. available from capital out- an automobile accident {County Hospital.
Goal of the 1970 Cancer Drive lay funds'which have built up. early Sunday. According: to the Starke
proposed paving of PoDt ; p x- will be $3,345. The chapter The remaining $80,000-plusthe Complications arose Monday Police Department, a 'Witness
Street In Reno has been aband- already has raised $573 of that. superintendent will recommend afternoon and Hitch's condition rnw' Miss Taylor driving a 19(55(

oned by the City Council\ afterit Plans for the residential drive, borrowing from local sources, became critical. Reports late Ford Mustang, pull out' from
was reported that the three' ; to be a house to house can- the same way the school sys- ,Wednesday night were that the 'Tuck's Drive-In on south Temple
property owners to which the vas, were made Friday at a tem purchases new school youth was respond:u, to treat- and start south down: Tem-
pavement! would come closest luncheon meeting. ouses. State law allows school ment and that doctors In St. ple Avenue In the northbound
don't want It. Rev DeWItt Farabee, pastorof district to borrow 25 per cent Luke's Hospital Jacksonvillewere traffic lane.
The F'lvln of Polk Street _1 the First United Methodist of its annual revenue to be repaid encouraged. The youth The collision :with the 1970

has been In the city' budget .. Church, is heading the 1970 over five years, the super- still remained In the Intensiveare Pontiac .LsMans driven by
and several weeks ago the drive. intendent says. : unit and his condition was Rltch occurred 60 feet south of

Council had surveyor Merrill Ribbons of past chamnionship judcrincr ship' livestock udarln learn are ((1-r) Forty-five per cent of the For the second phase, Supt. still described as critical. .the Alligator' : Creek bridge
McMillan: ] stake out the right- funds raised in here Is returnedto Casey is hoping for some sourceof HItch, a University of Virginia Speed of the Mustang was
teams in (the background, members Tom Edwards Mike and David
student received
be used for patient care and increased state aid. For Instance ,
of-way that would !be required. I lestlrmted! At 15 mph by Patrol-
of the 1!>70 Bradford FFA state champ. Stalnaker. in head-on collision
McMillan did so. .and reported'' s.rvtses.'ccordlng: to Mrs. the state now has as leg on man Calvin Pace investigating
that the present Polk Street Joyce Rlheid, Cancer Society a priority Item the full finan- South Temple Avenue about 3:4!_ officer-antjithat of the Pontiao

Roes not follow the rlghfcofway. -, member. cing of kindergarten programs. a.m. Sunday, March 8. He was ,at 50 mph.
"There Is never enough. We The new state supported kin taken to the Bradford County
Most of the '
force of the Impact -
FFA Team have to dig around for other dergarten program is now fund Hospital and later transferred '
of the
U straightened MM111anIIBJd Judging accident:! occurredon
funds somewhere In the budget ed at only half the level of a :o St. Luke's for treatment
the street' would* comewahln the right aide of both ve-
if the leg, which he had bro-
Mrs. niherd, a nurseIn regular unit, Casey points out.
: a few feet of some houses ,Iv'cles, city poise said. Neither
ten once before.
the Bradford County Health Such a move, he says, would
on one end of the 600 feet driver wore a seat belt.
Department, says. net Bradford County $200,000per Charged in the automobile
for !which proposed. Both vehicles 'total
paving was were
There are 11 active cases But It would also
year. accident for driving on the
Councilman] P. T. NoUn at of cancer under the direct care cost: State of Florida $80 mil- 'osscs.Planning! .
this March 3 council meeting, Wins State TitleThe -
asked Utilities.: Supt. Oscar
(Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Pave Four)
Davis if he hud surveyed Polk
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Street property owners to see

if they -wanted' the street pav FFA livestock judging Junior Chapter, the number 2, Tom is the son of Mr. and

ed.Davis team of the Bradford High 3, 4, and 5 teams. Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr.,
said he talked with School Senior Chapter won the Bradford livestock judging Starke; David is the son of I
two or three owners to who?ch state championship Saturday In teams have always been among Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Stalnaker,
the road would come closest. competition with the top 10 the top 25 teams in the state, of Brooker; Mike Is the sor
They do not /want the street! teams In Florida. according! to Advisor Paul of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Bryan To Be AskedAid

paved' if It comes within just Tom Edwards, 12; DavidStal- Hutchlns. Starke. r'Eclipse

a few feet of their homes, he naker, 10, and Mike Bryan, 10,
said. compose the fifth team in the
"We can pull up the stakes history of the Bradford FFAto To Have In establishing a plan- Commerce last Thursday.
win a state livestock Judging Paying ning board here may be available Sawyer is chairman of a
(Continued on Pace Four) championship.As through the City of Jack- Chamber committee called the
state champions the BITS sonville, Charles Sawyer told Starke 1980 Committee appointed -
team will represent the Stateof Collected the Board of Governors of the by C-C President Mac Bald-
Q Florida at the National FFA Taxes d (Bradford County Chamber of win to set up a planning board

Convention, Kansas City, Mo. locally. Other members are
crown ( :lWCr7 next October In livestock Judg \ Guy Andrews, Nell Tucker, Ze-
RuralUrbanDay dra Hamilton, TheronYawn
ing.At the national convention the Displeases City John Torodo, -

team will judge beef, swine, Will Sawyer said he has learned
sheep, and horses. They will Open from the director of the Jacksonville -

also have to give oral reasons City taxes will apparently be be more convenient' for city Planning Board, Marvin -
for their decisions, some- collected by Bradford Tax Collector residents:! 'to pay both city and Fair; April; 1 Hill, that some type of co-

thing they are not required to J. R. Kelly for a three county advalorem taxes In one operation can be established

do at the state level. per cent fee, but having to pay place The la/w flays nothing Washed OutThis Plans for Ithe 1970 Bradford:! between Bradford County and
eta y To win the state champion- th-s county for that service dees about, how much the county County Fair are progressingon ,,the Jacksonville Board, which
ship the Bradford FFA team not pleas" some city officials. should charge for 'the service, schedule, according to already is working with five
scored 1,478 points of a pos- however.The :other counties Baker, Clay,
No official 'Word has reached,, Frank Williams, president
NOTICE sible 2,000. They beatoutQuIncy the city: that the fee will be is the total eclipse the Fair Association. Nassau.
Carter, Suwannee County, S'arke City Council 1, however way Saturday's The Jacksonville planning
This is to advise that, Groveland, and the Santa FA three per cent, but Kelly has opposes the change. Reasons looked in Starke-- if you were viewingit Amusement ride tickets are board, established during the
made that proposal to Councilman sale In all county
the currently on Duval County-City of Jackson-
effective March 19, pointed to are that on the television screen, that is. Those
Nell Tucker.On b, honoredby
schools, and will :
consolidation is operatedby
city already has: u-jfflclen.t: staffto ville ,
1970, the following insurance the basis of the $85,000 In collect the taxes. Cle-k Merrill who sought to see it in the natural state the midway! concessions all salaried professionals paid

offices will be PoultrymenWill city: taxes collected last :year Edwards has alj:!' he will were doomed to disappointment with 'oVer- four-days of the Fair. These by the city.Sawyer .
closed on Saturday un- the fee will amount to $2,550. &e unable to reduce his office cast skies prevailing all day Saturday. As advance sale tickets 'will! b!! said he will invite

til further notice: Present For years the county has staff :because the collection of eclipse time approached about 1:15 p.m., available until the close! of the Jacksonville director, Mar-

Charley E. Johns been doing the city's ''tax as- taxes Is done by the county. clouds grew thicker, obscuring even the dim school on Friday, 'March 20, vin Hill, to meet with the C hamper -
Guideline eesaalng. The city last year and after that time at the at its next meeting -
Agency,.Inc. its' not that. bl? a Job. the glow that was the only trace of the sun governors
:paid:: about! $3.000 to the office Chamber of Commerce office, ; April 2.
oity clerk maintains, to collect!
Bill Powell Agency of Tax Assessor Gene Long for seen all day. until! opening day:! of the Fair. Sawyer said the Jacksonville
II. C. Wall Agency, Inc. A set of proposed guideline that service. 185.000 in taxes. The dark shadow of the "moon swept in The Starke Rotary Club's annual .laMIng board has the means
"We Just abolish all city
for the operation of the expanding can
poultry Industry in Bradford Under an old state law now taxes," Councilman Tucker from the southwest further darkening an Rural-Urban Day will a gather a wealth of information -

COUNTRY AND County will be presented S) chanted which regulated the said at one city council meeting. already gloomy day. At peak darkness highlight .the opening day of aboutanyquestionwhich
residents: April night be put to it by a county.
fees charged county the Fair on Wednesday,
WESTERN SHOW by the North Florida Poultry. for assessing property. Long Starke's street lights, controlled by electriceye featuring a barbecue chicken The Jax board is now doing a
men's Association at the mWU It Is reported; that a bill, sponsored and farmers 1.
Thurs.. March 19 charged 'the minimum of 3 Hi came on automatically, some dinner served at 12 noon. report for Nassau County, he
month County Commission per cent. A new law passed by the Florida League of report that chickens. went (to roost. Agriculture: Commissioner said. That county, Sawyer said
7:30 P.M. meeting at 8 a.m. Monday.The (Municipalities will be introduced he understood, will for tha
last session of the Florida Weathermen have not yet predicted Doyle Conner will be the guestof
nits AUDITORIUM guidelines! approvedat at the next session of
were since it
the Association meettg9heeday Legislature, has changed the the legislature. asking 'that the whether skies will be !sunny for the next honor and /will Introduce: information requested for was a par-specifically -

Sponsored By Senior night in the agriculture minimum to three per cent. law/ 'ibe changed to make It total eclipse here in 2024if anyone is Mias America 1970 who will ticular county.

Class Y.A.I. building and will be1' submitted Long says.Since permissive instead of manda interested! appear at 1:30: p.m. Sawyer said he Is not certainof
county residents are Other features! of the
to ,the Commission! asa tory. the financial arrangementsthe
Youth Assn.
( Inc.)
are charged three per cent will be Livestock Judging on
bask for a proposed! ordinance As described by Assessor Jax planning board has with
now Long. says, he and Kelly 1 at 7:30: pm.; Talent
Advance Tickets: under Home Rule. Long the proposed method to April its satellite counties. That is
Children75c The Poiiltrymen's Association Agreed' It te "reasorable", ''to be used to collect city and Show, April 2, 8 p.m.; f.nals: the reason he wants the Jax:
Adult $1.25; charge three cent to assess Take-) Nets FinesTaking Strawberry! Queen Beau-
has !been 'workln: toward per county taxes at once will be: Wrong of the director to meet with the Brad-
city taxes and three per centto April 3, 7:30: ; and
betterment of conditions for for every $1.000 of taxable' property ty ford Chamber representatives,
At Door: Adults, $1.50 the Industry since Its organ collect! city taxes.It a Starke landowner, White's 1968 Dodge sedan ctl from a red lightin Country Western! Day on Sat Sawyer said, "so you can get

Children. $1 Izaloif In February 1969. Coun- will: amount to a net Increase 'would pay county. taxes of topped. at a traffic ,tight j on reverse Saturday caw a urday, Apr. 4. |the .word, from the horse's
to city residents cf 2H $19.11 plus city of) Temple Avenue, then took off Starke Fran E. White; The Fair officially opens at mouth.
ty Sanitarian Jack Trawiclc reports taxes $7.50. man,
Coort.. f cent Long points out. Wednesday Apr. 1, and ) MIzell
y per one bill would be backwards when the light 10 a.m. B.F. (Bud questioned
a greatly reduced num- : sent out by 41, charged: with flips Wtalingf38
since they were' charged 3V4 turned green backing! into a continues through Saturday.Apr. whether, through such an agency
ber of Kelly and It
complaints about file would be payable $ and 90. in jail.
( : (1..tnmu'itcl1 from poultry'operation during per cent last :year for asaesainsr; .t the Bradford County Court 1964 Chevrolet driven by Lois 4.Fa.lr. a problem concerning Brad
., the and this la city taxes, and) now will be house. ,Cadle Waldron 43, Starke. White pleaded guilty\ before premium books are ford County would be viewedas
past year! attributed
doneby charged a total of six per cent '1 Mrs. Waldron was treated and ,County Judge Theron A. Yawnto available! at the Chamber of someone from Jacksonville.
to work
.t4tCJjdnh the largely A odaton.! Trawlck'laays '' to assess and collect. Long ways the county \ 'ould {released! from the Bradford having no driver's license, Commerce office. Fair Assoclatlon Mlzell said the same problem
he had 268 phone calls A separate state law/ passed 1/11 the ctty for assessing. and County Hospital. ,$36 or five days: driving While' memberships may also might be seen differently In the
:Aecoan'4' Now tnmirad and other' complaints about the .two years, makes It mandatory'i! coOectlnT .yt.e taxes not hold" The accttJent occurred at Intoxicated, $151 fine and W !be purchased at th* Chamberfor Bradford point of view.
'. lip... 7.0.000by fly situation in 1968. but theumber this :year that city taxes be eol-| the fee from tax rectlpt before 2:50: p.m. SaturdaY March 7. dayS In Jail l and! to leaving $2, entitling the member to Sawyer said the Jacksonville
F.drd l Depo* \ dropped to d11Y M Jetted: by the county." "Thought thy are relayed to- the St feet south of the Pratt StreetID.te1"8e1t the scene of an accident $51 or. an individual season pass to'

w-.n.... '. -JcompUlnts to 1969. behind that change to that !will city. ---_.__. -- OII1.. -15-days- ---in Jail. -- the fairgrounds. (Ooottoued on Page Pour- ) ..


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Of Interest To.. Held UDC Last Meeting WeekW. r- I l- i .

r T. Weeks Chapter United r .

WOMEN Daughters of the Confederacy,
I met In the Pecan Room of the t Tw
1 Garden Restaurant on Wednesday trr

afternoon of last week a A

G..ya Mooty: Thotre. 9644608fwwv with Mrs. Walla Llpsey> ; Mr !
I J. H. Fields Mns E. L. Matthews

Little Women and Miss !Madig Middle-

ton hostesses.
' Plan ActivitiesThe The chapter)' voted to have

'. Mrs. J. W. Kln(>9.'d purchase
v: Little Women's Club met boxwood !for the Confederate

H Monday night and plans were Memorial at Crosby Lake

made for funfrrolstng: for the Cemetery Each member to

month.' All members are asked asked to buy one plant. The

to be active participants need: for a permanent record i
\ Dorlsann: Spengler and Robyn file for the chapter was discussed !I

Warren are chairmen. and ,the president, Mrs. L. I

d' The president Cindy Strick G. Powell appointed Mrs. KinI I v

land appointed. Nancy Gar caid to serve as chairman and: / ..
u ,and Linda Haas .to the nomin- elect a committee to Investigate Peggy Sanders ,
ating committee for selection rt n the matter. To Wed Mr. Locke GLAD PLAID-Here's a LUXURIOUS-Two bright Ideas for after-bath wear: Jap.
of candidates :for office! In 1970- Miss Mlddleton gave a reporton dashing leather-belted version anese style kimonos In rich cotton terry. One Is a screen-
71. A list of girl! eligible for the district meeting held' In of the walking suit by printed butterfly design in luscious colors and the other Is
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Sandersof a bold black and white motif that says "I love you". In
membership this year labeing- Jacksonville! Fb. 26, when she Ernst Straus of California. Ina
Stark announce' the engage- Japanese
compiled. Any senior club mem- and Mrs. L. T. Crews were colorful woven cotton .
ment of their daughter, Peggy, plaid, the two-piece suit hasa
ber of two who .
years standing: delegates.Mrs. Frank Hemmingway is undergoing .
to Robert Ronnie Locke, son of long tunic top over a kicky Lamb
Mr and Mrs. Victor S.
has a daughter who will be a W. H. Nollman had
eye surgery Thursday
!Mr. and Mrs. Huey Locke of pleated skirt.New
have received a citation
sophomore or above next Fad charge of ,the historical program in St Vincent's Hospital.Mrs. .
Panama City Ranch and
Is asked to contact Mrs. F. W. and read excerpts from the Sheriffs Boy's
Miss Sanders! Is a 1968 gtad- Reddish In
Strickland at S33-25S1 during poema of Southern poets Sheriff P.D. recog- A.C. Dowling of Bush-
Phyllis Haddock orate of Bradford High School nition of their support In the
/this month. Miss Cindy Sink Mrs. George Roberts Invited nell spent the weekend with her
and is employed at the Unlver- operation of the Boy's Ranchat
ToWedMr.Ttdley During the program Miss the chapter ,to meet with. her son-tn-law and daughter, Mr.,
arty of Florida Live Oak.
Louise Stern! gave' a cosmetic Dental AssistantMiss In April. and Mrs. C.R. Scoggins.Lex .
Mr. Locke Is a 1966 graduate
S. Haddock demonstration and talk Doris- During the social hour refreshments -
Mr. and Mrs.( Crosby Annie Mae Ensor of
Of Vernon High School.A Mrs.
Sr. of Starks. announcethe ann Spengler served: ,; as model.A Cindy! Sink daughter of were served from ) ArrivalsMr. Jacksonville the week Green underwent sur-
engagement and approaching social hour was enjoyedand Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph oink of a tea table centered: with, a July wedding is planned. end with Mrs.spent Bertha Pearce. Hospital in the Veteran's

marriage! ct their daughter refreshments were carved Starke recently graduated as spring floral 'arrangement.Duplicate in Gainesville.

Phyllis Dsan. to( James by Kitty: Haaen: and Cindy a dental assistant from the I N......................................-
Slumber -- ------------------------------------
Bailey Talley, III. son oM Mr Strickland. Career Academy School In At- Party and Mrs. Michael Gold-I.. .

end Mrs. James B. Talley, Jr., lanta, Ga. Bridge For Susan Kinchen wire, of Fort Myers announce .
Miss Sink has returned'
of Starke. the 'birth of a daughter Laura : BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL :
Girl Scout Winners NamedMrs.
Program home and is now employed in
Miss Haddock Is a graduateof Michael '
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kinchen on March 9. Paternal
the office! of Dr. John L. Mullen : SENIOR
School an.1: CLASS Y.A.I. :
Bradford High (
At Southside PTAA Lucile gave a slumber party last Fri- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. .
In Gainesville Davie ,
St. Johns River Junior College. and Mrs. day night at their home on E. Gilbert OoWwIre:' of Stark .
Hilda .
Dey were winners at the
She received her A.B. degree special program In observance Call Street for their daughter .
in art from High Point College Starke Duplicate< Bridge::! Club Mr. and Mrs. SMiva.ll.Starke.
of Girl Scout West was Susan, on her twelfth \birth Joseph Presents.
N. C., where she was a presented at the Southside: Tuesday night with a score of announce the adoption :

member of Alpha Delta, Theta PTA meeting on March: 3. 33V4 pts. The one-winner .type day.Those attending were Cynthia of a daughter Angela Elizabeth .
BororKy.' Mrs. Carolyn Eaves, movement was used .at Jackson, Teresa Ma Iborn Feb. 2. :
program garem -
!the 4'/S tables In COUNTRY AND WESTERN
play. The re- ,
Mr. Talley Is also a graduateof j
chairman Introduced Girl Ballnda:! Nazworth! Connie .
Bradford County High School sults were: and Mrs. James Kirby :
Scout leaders and: workers for Jones of Starke and Jcdy
and attended St. Johns River 2. Mr. and Mrs. John Mus-. Smith: storks> announce the I: MUSIC
this area and Mrs. R. 5. Mul- Stanley of Gainesville. VARIETY SHOWFeaturing. ,
soline. 29V4 pts. birth: of :
Junior College. He has recently ling showed color slides of the Games and refreshmentswere a son. R'chard Kirby, :.
3. A tie: Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. on March
of 4 In
completed a four-year tour Bradford l County ..
Brownies, Girl Scouts:: and and enjoyed during the evening .
Mrs. George Miller and Hospital.Mr. \ '..
duty in the Navy. .
Cadectes at N yatl Day Campat .
Edwin:! T. Prescott and Geoffrey .
The weeding: will take place! : Kingsley Lake last summer. ( .

on June 20, 8:00: p.m., in the She then lee: he Brownies and -G. Wrenshall with 24 pts. and Mrs. W. E. Torode :,
First United Methods Church Girl Scouts In their pledge anda The club meets every Tues McManusSantosJoyce III Palatka, announce the .

Starkevrtth: reception following number of songs they learned day night at 7:45: p.m. In .the birth of a daughter/ Monica THE PLAINSMEN :

In Fellowship Hall. All at camp. Pratt Street Recreation Center A. Santos of Providence Calessa, on March 4 In Put

friends and relatives of the During the business session, and Is open to the public. R. I. and Ihomas Mc- nam Memorial Hospital. Paternal THE
couple are invited to attend. preceding program, Harry Manus, ,son of Mr. and Mrs. grandparents are Mr. and CROCODILE !" ..

Green and Mrs. Eaves Were' 'Beta Sigma Phi C. T, McManus of Starke: were :Mrs. W. E. Toroie! of Starke. J .. '..; -

chosen to the nominating united in marriage !Friday
serve on -
Girls Auxiliary : committee with :Mrs. Holds Vlodel MeetBeta evening Feb. 27. Besfteder.Mr. and Newport Mrs. Richard, Va., an-C. !I Thursday March 19th i

Mulllns. After a short wedding trip ,
Meets At KeystoneThe nounCe the birth of a son,
Mrs. Barren's 5th grade Sigma Phi sorority held In South Florida, the ccuple Is Corey Daniel on March 7. "

Girls' Auxiliary! of .the class won the room count. . their Model Meeting Monday: residing in Lake City where Maternal grandrarents' are Mr. \ 7:30: ".i\f. o
After 'the program refreshments March 9. at the home of Mrs. Mr. McManus la pmnloved. ....
First Baptist: Church In Ksy- and Mrs. Dan Harley of Starke. J '.
stone Heights :was host: to were served:! by the Cheffer-Griffis Curtis! Marlowe with Mrs. C. BRADFORD .,
second grade and kindergarten HIGH SCHOOL : .
members of GA from three W. Slade as cohostess.A .
other churches: last Thursday mothers Miss Cindl Cheffer. of Los short program was given Hospital AuxiliaryThe Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb ] AUDITORIUM : :

evening, for a mission studyon Angeles Calif., and:!. Arnold ,by .the officers and committee' were .
ClubThe Griffls! son of Mr. and Mrs.J. chairmen. Each explained her Hospital! Auxiliarywill
work In the Northeast. Garden sassa
Linda Myers of Keystone M. Griffis, of Lawtey "will' duties and the meaning- of meet Monday March 16, at ;
be i married o-n Ar>rll 25 at 4 Beta Sigma Phi to the rusheea. 7:30: p.m. In the Methodist\ Fellowship
Heights. New Rlvsr Baptist; As-
Starke Garden Club invites Hall. Miss: Florence
In the
p.m Highland Baptist
Boclationi! GA Director led the .,
the public to a talk ana Church. Jennings will :be in charge of -
Intermediate girls while Janet Mrs. A. B. Patray's niimeJhas
demonstration on Button arrangements All friends the progl'am.Mrs. .
and relatives are .
Ivey of Starke First Baptist! appeared in March issue of
presented by Mrs. '
taught the course for Juniors. Invited to attend' <'Th Torch," Be. '), '5gma! Phi's
Richard '
Land d'strlct! director,
Refreshments were served to monthly magazine, for five
of Rainbow Lakes Estates S.L. Peek Sr. had as
'the 40 present followed, by a Dunnellon. The meeting will years of excellent attendance visitors, Mrs. Morgan Darbyof h
filmstrip to the at meetings. The sorority ,
( supplement :be heltji' Monday March 23, at : presented Gainesville last Thursdayand
teaching period. her< with an engraved
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4 om. In the Agricultural Friday, and Mrs. Roy Ward :
Building. silver' tray as a memento. and daughter, Jane, of Lake '

The Preferential Tea will beheld City; on Saturday. IN CARPS FASHIC' PECIALS FOR EASTER,

Sunday March 15, from 3 Miss Jean Mundy of Rock- -, .
WHY to 4 p.m. at the home or Mrs. hill, S.C. will spend the week- r

PAY MORE H.Street.A. Bishop Jr., 1528 E. Call Munday end with her mother,Mrs.W.B. New SpringDRESSES


i BUY FOR LESS $899 4 4p -



MACHINE ..:;, 1 &! 2 PC. Styles
& Sheer Sleeve Styles In Compare ,
regular & Mini Lengths. at 9 4 (
SkidmoreDyalEngagement Youthful looking fashions $1.29

51MAGIC; CHEF Told In new Spring Colors

OTHERS to $13.99 '
Announcement Is made of the Y Seamless mesh stockings &!
V GAS RANGES engagement of Miss Lynette panty brief all-in-one garment.

Ruth Skidmore, daughter of r; Available in Beige-Taupe'
Mrs. Wyburn Skidmore and Spice. Small Average-Tall.

; _., the late Rev. W. Skidmore of I

1 -" :: : San Bernardino, Calif! to( COMPLETE SELECTION
Thomas B. Dyal, Capt. USAF, I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel. GIRLS DRESSES k kt
Dyal: of Hampton.The ''J ,
'Jr'n bride-to-be attended

Northern Arizona University $ \
and San Beraardina Valley Col- "
-v lege. She Is employed:! at the "New Son LookHANDBAGS" '

Aerospace Corporation.' Fill your r little girls wardrobe with'
Mr. Dial: graduated (from these beautiful! perma press
Bradford Hlghi School( and the dresses Available in assorted
University of Florida where he fabrics&! solids or prints in many "
i received a Bachelor of Aero- i $399 colors. 3-6X. 7. 14. G,'

space Engineering degree! He OTHERS TO.....................5.9 tl
Is presently a Captain In 'the i JO'CREST ,
Tremendous selection in- .
U. S. Air Force stationed at : JII BOYS
cliMes: Crinkle Patent. Bronco
_. Norton Air Force Base In SanBernardino Calf. &! Patent in + o'
r...-- Vinyl many :I LA CK 5
f I. : Calif. different styles. Newest Spring Spec,.., Pur
\ The wedding will take placeOn Colors. ,:h..o'.2.99p.rm. S
.---- ; June 13 at St. Paul's United .c .. pr.sssla"l 199

__ VMAOIC Carr Methodist Church in San Bernardino : 7

Completely AutomaticNo e'I $1.05 family size SHIRTS '' ,1" PUMP -

Matches Needed Sponsor Our Reg. $1.99 .

Choice of Colors Spaghetti Supper.The TUBESTOOTHPASTE $ S $599
-- Clock and Timer 2 for 3 \

Junior Woman's Club will LJ t Step out In th.aa new
spring pump LeatherUppers
sponsor a spaghetti supper and IOCS Nylon Tricot ft soft lining.'.'
feature*snort.l.*v.., Black Patent aleoavailable.
FOR ONLYi99' fashion show followed by bingo: :>
1. fashion
IMW longer / Sites 510.., '
on Friday March 20 from 6 to collar.WhlM It colon. ,< ..;.
,,8 p.m. at the club house. I 14H-17. ; GIRL'Sy'
'!Clothes and accessories for the
y fashion show will ,be furbished: SPRING

!by Leila's 'Stump's, Carp' 3 TUBES 2.52 MEN'sDa.ESS .1 SHOES

-and Eagle's.! Proceeds' will go @ 844 ea. SLACKS ,
'toward raising money for club .

projects. Adult tickets $1.50, SEND IN FOR $399 :r:
and children: $1. $ 2 00 566 .
t.oo' :
The right touch ;
.. REFUND OF Easter dr...-'" Black :j
New Tri-Lobal Mend slacks has ..
t patent. New
.332 W. MADISON Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mathewsof i i trim band.bait Neweat loops,Spring ban roll Shade waist. et spring styles with ..;
SLADE GAS BIG FAMILY SIZE many different ofna ;
Clinton, Term were Wed i 3 $ 52 Perm/Press.29-38. ....nt..E4.12.12%-1a :.
"PHONE 9647701TVT nesday to Monday guests of i TUBES COST ONLY ;

Mr. and Mrs. Tully Norman a a r

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Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Norman Misses Jayne Hardy and Gin- Mrs. John Pomerleau of Fort Y _
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mathews ger Baldwin of Tin Collegewere Lauderdale wan a guest last

and Mr. and Mrs. Tully Nor- home for the weekend. week of her brother-in-law and low ? /
man spent Sunday with Mr. sister Mr. and Mrs. G.A.Gay. ww. rwwo price
and Mrs. Homer Sterns at Ta- Mrs. G.S. Newcomb was In
vares. the Alachua General Hospitallast .Mr.Jlmmie JDannof Melrose 1oIn i irr11 '; ;: ; : viV--;. ..' .". ',lm.I
Tuesday to Saturday for and Miss Rita Sue Grover were ,"" ':-- '\! !? '-? ';.::/: '
Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawsorof observation and treatment. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest + ; :' 0'V'|;:; '; .> ';''' '
Eglin AFB were vision Their son Byron Newcomb Allen and Mrs. Emma Groveron : : ; .
his parents, Mr.and Mrs.EweE of Brandon Is spending this Sunday.
week with the Newcombs whileIn ;i
Lawson over the weekend.
this area on business. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Graham i
took Mrs. Graham's mother r d Meet the winner
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Mrs. W.K. B or Missoula. of 4
Sherman L. White son
Mont is visiting: Mr. and J Mrs. Bertha Fuller to her --i
B. White of Ralford Road,
Mrs. W.H. Nollman this week. home in Tallahassee on Sun- t
The Nollmans also had as Mon- has returned home after serving day after a week's visit with 1* ;1S
four In the U.S. Army.
years the Grahams.
day dinner guests Mr.and Mrs.

Heights.Mr.W.F. Swinyer. of Keystone Mary Miss Devilling Jody Hodges of Gainesvillewere and Mrs. Guilford Mrs. Harriet Conn. Pinchbeck Is spending of --... .-......... _.....,-

Saturday visitors of Miss three weeks with her son-in-

and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief Joyce Allen. law and daughter. Rev. and First Tractor SoldMrs. CO CHEVROLET Custom Coup*., Power Steer $2295
DeWlttFarabee.Mrs. .
spent last week with their children Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burginof Mrs. OO ing. Power Brakes Auto.

Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Un- Macclenny were Saturday Ida Mae Shaw will return Winnie Glenn rubs the bright red finish of Trans., Air Cond., V-8, Radio Solid White. Clean car
derill. at Indiatlantic and Mr. visitors of Mr.. and Mrs. J.M. Friday after undergoing the International 444 diesel tractor her husband(
and Mrs. J.S. Walker at Fort
Allen. surgery In St. Vincent's Hos CO Sntellite-4 door Sedan. 318 V-8 $
Lauderdale Fred gave her. PLYMOUTH J.OZ7U
pital. Jacksonville.Mrs. OO
2 Tone-Blue-WIUte Top,
Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddockand It is the first tractor sold at the new International -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and? Starke. Radio. WW| Tires'!, Auto. Trans.
family attended a family Pauline Torode returned agency ut. Baldwin Chevrolet here in
son and Mrs. James!! Smith olWllllston reunion Sunday at the home of Saturday after four weeks in Mac Baldwin himself was the salesman.
were Saturday visi- Mrs. C.C. Teston In Kings- the Methodist Memorial Hospital FAIRLANE 4 Sedan, V-8, 3 Speed Trans. $975'
tors of Mr. and Mrs. Marc
land Ga. where she underwent sur- Air l Condition.door .
Jacltson. Mrs. Bobby Welch and daugh- gery. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. McCord
:er of Crestview and Mrs. Dale of Nashville Term were guests Walter Timmerman and Mr. 2 Door Hardtop V-8, Auto. Trans.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williamsand Willis and and Mrs. Lee Gonzales of Valdosta 66 PONTIAC $1 545
of Laurel
daughter Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton, Mrs.
family of Gainesville were last week of Mr. and Mrs. Ga. visitorsof Air Cond., Power Steering, Power .
.1111 are visiting Dr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews and Miss Madge Wlllard E. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday
-visiting Mr. and .Mrs. T.C. :0.L. Haynes Jr. from Thurs- Middleton attended the funeralof Billy Hodge. Mrs. Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Vining.Mr. Brakes.
Jay to Sunday. Mrs.: E.L. Patton Monday daughter. Sheila and the Mc-
afternoon In Jacksonville. Cords visited Marineland and and Mrs. Clyde Terwil- Tempest Station Wagon, Air Cond. $ 695
James E. Moseley ofKnoxvllle. Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Tilley St. Augustine Beach on Thursday legar and daughter Anne were 64 PONTIAC V-8, Auto. Trans. Power Steering
Tenn. visited his parents visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mr. and Adolph Gay and Mr. and Tampa St. Peters- weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.John Mose- Warren In Waycross Ga. on and Mrs. Eugene Tanner and burg and Busch Gardens on Ferris D. Ward and family in Door Sedan, Powergllde $
ley on Tuesday of last week. Sunday. famify visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday.Sgt. Orlando, and attended the Cit- 63 CHEVROLET Trans. 6 Cylinder. 245
rus Golf Open Tournament.
Lewis in Perry over
Tom Hitch of the Universityof
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane the weekend.
Virginia, who was home for Mrs. Edward Burns l'kk Up Step Side
was a .
and children of Jacksonvillewere San
Lee Arrambide of CHEVROLET $1495
In 68 yT
the weekend Is confined guest of Mrs. Hildabelle Bencein '
with bro- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes Antonio Texas and S/Sgt. and foot Body.
St. Luke's Hospital a Jacksonville the first of the
George B. Flynn Sr. on Sun- last dinner guestsof
ken leg received in an automobile were Friday Mrs. Willard W. Wynn of Columbus -
accident Sunday morn- day. Mr. and Mrs. John Dees In Ga. spent the weekend week. CHEVROLET 2 Door Hard Top v'8 Power$1895 I
ing. Mrs. Estelle Crutcherof Pasadena Lake City.Mrs.H.M.. with W'nn.Rev.Mr.. and Mrs. Willard E. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farriorof glide Trans., Power

Calif was a recent visitor Richarde spent the Brooksvllle were weekend
--_ Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Gra- past two weeks with Lt and R.D. Burch underwent guests of her parents Mr. and 63 CORVETTE Sting Hay'. 4 sPeed Trans., 327 ? were Saturday overnight guestsof Mrs. Henry Richarde Jr. and surgery Monday In Alachua Mrs. Ralph Diggs. Cu. In. V-8 Solid White Tan J.OZ/O
Mr. and Mrs.James A.Cooper ham.Mrs.
In Chlefland. They also visited A.E. McKinney visited family in Albany Ga. General Hospital. Mr. Burch's Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade returned Interior.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest LordIn Mrs. Jettye Hazen In Gainesville mother Mrs. Norma Burch ofSmlthers Wednesday after several
Oldtown on Sunday. on Sunday.Kmtudky Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson W. Va., Is making an weeks at Ocean Reef and Fort I CHEVY Nova> 2 Door Hard Top, 327. v"8 4
Fridayto 67 II $1295
of 111.
Mollne were Indefinite stay with the Burch Trans. ,
Lauderdale. Speed
of Mrs. Ed
Tuesday guests family. The Burchs also had
w Prevatt. as guests from Saturday to
-- Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. William 4 Door Sedan Standard $
, Dinner 63 DODGE DART 395
Mrs. John Haney of Keystone J. Shepherd of Montvale Spaghetti Trans., Radio. Heater 6 cyl.
Heights Miss Della Rosenbergof Va. Planned By MYFThe

M&K&MftMA Klngsley Lake, and Mrs. Wildcat Convt., Air Cond.. Power.
Nate Dyal of Hampton[ Lake Miss Beverly Patterson flew Methodist Youth Fellow 64 BUICK Steer795
ing & Brakes Bucket Seats. Nice
members of the Florida
to Beaver Falls Pa. on Mondayfor <
ship Is sponsoring a Spaghetti' !
: filed Federation of Business and an extended visit with her Methodist .
(Jhick. Professional Women's Clubs parents, Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. Dinner Church.at the Eat-jpiay I/awtoy, :! March GO. PLYMOUTH Fury "', 4 Door Sedan v'8 $1995

last week for a five diy Hemispheric to Managua Patterson. 14, \from 5:30: ''to 8 p.m. Adults OO Auto. Tram, Power Steering .
Friendship trip -
Balance of Air Cond.
$1.25; children under 10, 75c. factory Warranty
. tInhI..I M- aM Nicaragua Central Miss Barbara Davis and Miss
America. They met with women Johnson of the Sanford
there to help with their forma- University Debate Team who 65 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4 Door Sedan As Is! $ 375

.' tion of a BPW club and enjoyed were in a debate at the University New Woodyard
$ .eC.lal sightseeing in the coun- of Florida over the

-. tLo.'"! try. weekend were Saturday and Readied CHEVROLET I/J Ton l'h'k IIp. SAVE'!
i" : ONLYSEA"F Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. Being Less Than 1,000 Miles
Local admittances to Brad- 1I.G. Bellinger.
ford County Hospital this week Near
include: Mrs. Chester Crawford Hampton 65 OTC V"8 Engine 3 Speed 1 Floor Mounted Trans. 1195

Robert W. Lappe Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Hamilton Radio, Heater WSW Tires.
Jessie Woodcock Calvin Henley of Orlando were Sunday Clearing and filling for anew

James Carlton Jeff T. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. woodyard for Rayonier Impala 4 Door Sedan Less Than
D DINN1AMERICA'S Smith Clarence Moore Mrs. Hamilton Inc.Seaboard-Coastllne is in progress along tracks the at 70 CHEVROLET| 5,500 Miles.I SAVE!

1 Lois W. Griffls Diamond J.
Luke Leroy Griffls Miss She- Mrs. J.G. Caldwell'and Mrs. the crossing on SR 221 (Hampton : -
ila Taylor John 11. Moseley 'Mark Mack and son of Lake cutoff). just north of Hamp 64 CHEVROLET Impala Station Wagon, V-8 $ 795

.98.4\ Mrs. Emma M. Harris, JamesW. City were Sunday luncheon ton.The Auto.<( Trans.. Power Steer
Crawford, Starke; Mrs. Ola guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom three-acre let has been ing: Power Brakes.
: Brice and O.J Anders Law- Turner in .Winter Park and cleared of !trees a pond grad
tey; Shelton Beasley Macclenny also visited Mrs. Tom Muck ed for drainage with loads of
Electra 225 4 Door Sedan. Power Steer-
; Basil Roundtree Jr., Hawthorne in Orange Memorial hospital fill dirt to raise the level closer ( 67 BUICK $2095
; George G. Hanks Mel- to .the tracks before layinga ing and Brakes Air Cond. y.uto
Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Mark lIamll- line the site: Transmission.
HOSPITALITY' TREAT rose; Dennis Hodge ; railroad spur to
NQ J : Mrs. Ingvar O. Blom Raiford; ton and daughter Janice of L. J. Kite will produce pulp-

and Mrs. Emily Silcox, Kings- Gainesville visited Mr. and wood for the new woodyard, 2 Door Coupe V-8. :.3 Speed Tram, Air
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11 A.M. TO 9 PJlJ: ] ley Lake. Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton on Sun and will move his operation. 69 NOVA Cond. Balance of Factory Warranty. $2295
from Its present location: behind '

PHONE AHEAD 984-5128 Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indianapolis day.Mr. ., the bulk gas station, Door Hard V-8. Trans.
and Mrs. L.M. Stoner 2 Top, Auto.
YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Ind. spent the past week of Ocala were weekend guestsof west of US! 301 on Edwards 68 MALIBU Power Steering. $1895
EAT. IN OR TAKE OUT with her mother Mrs. W.S. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Loop.A
spokesman for Rayonlei -- -- -- --
Slade and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair.
601 N. Temple AT. U. S. 301 NorthC. They also had as Sunday visitors as Brown.Friday The night Browns guest also Oliver had said it was originally plannedto 63 OLDS F-854!" Door Sedan. V-6, Auto., Trans., $ 395

Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade Steed of Portland Ind. have the new woodyard! In Power Pteerlntr.f
R. BRASWELL Owner-Manager: and daughter of Baxley Ga. operation by June but the

.' e- ::: Miss Norma Canova has resigned opening!. might! be delayed several Impala 4 Door Hard Top V-8 84QE

..:,.1:.' her position with the weeks because of slowed the 67 CHEVROLET ...nw..H",. Tr"noa. Fflor" JL O99
rainy weather! that has
United States Federal Trade
-. -- ..-3 .. .. Commission In Washington down work In recent weeks. Air Cond. Power Steerfn" Tndo.V ? "4""f,.r nnrf WSW Tires

D.C. and has returned to her An office building will be - home in Starke to reside with constructed at the new woo
;j her mother, Mrs. Gladys Ca- yard, and! scales for weighing ,
4. nova. pulpwood: installed.
.. The Hampton cutoff location .

... is almost the same as one
.. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Connerof of .the early railroad! stations:

Orlando were visiting Mr. In Bradford: County (Thurs- You expect usto
and Mrs. Barney McRae on '
ton). where the early 'tImber'pioneer
"I haven'ttime Saturday.Mrs of this section, Simon

I. Temple had a lumber mill.
Herbert Thomas was in naval stores cer.ter. and at
for 1
,, Lake City, Saturday visiting Mr. we time a postofflce before have better
Mrs. James McNeely
""" 9 and the turn of the century.
just any 6

Auto Loan! We CARD would OF like THANKS to thank our used
many friends for their kind expressions

t :.. CATHOLIC CHURCHES of sympathy shownto

ST. EDWARD'S SUrke; us at the loss of our beloved

-.:: 1i% Sunday Mail, S a.m. and daughter Sandra. They meant
; IIS: a.m. fr 80 much arti:; make the ;road

Monday MaM, 8:30: a.m. ahead a little easier to walk do. &k

Saturday Wednesday MM M....and 7 p.m.Novena on.-The W. S. Haas family. And we

I 7 p.m.
That's why she likes our quick-action Bank ST. WILLIAM'S. JC'itone Hte The Straight Way Quartette
"'""' Sunday Mara, I a.m. of .
will present a program go
Auto Loans. and you will, too, because our Wednesday No-teaa. 7 p.m. Del singing at Pleasant Hope

Bank Auto Loans can also save you moneyon ST. MARY'S. Macclenny Methodist Church. on U. S. 301

.the over-all cost of any; nevja70 car Sunday Mac. HJO.a-m. north( of Starke Saturday nightat
7:30: o'clock. The public Is
you're considering. Come s elFLORIDA!
;1 't invited.
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'b..J j Shcrtp ;; Member Federal Deposit Insurance oP. In trade area: $$.c. per ) f
13.75 ala mouth
On of 30 Bank' ofthe Florida National'droop* Outside trad ra; DMp "Sooner_ or Later Yotyr: Favorite Dealer"

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mRSSRSRSSSRSSS S Planning Aid of ship the closer Chamber.to the operation I

I Casey Proposes -Heard Board Member Art
I I Schulz head of the local Department II VISIT'

To Be AskedContinued I of Transportation office I :

report that work on the ( .d
New High SchoolContinued ,SR-16 widening and repaving C9it

( From' Page One), is slated to begin by April I. .
-Was told by Schulz that the
( From .Page One) planning board is operated by four-lanlng of US-301 from V :;:1ie'Vaize(j < .1' : "
professionals and noted Its Baldwin to Callahan has been
don statewide, he points out. firm decision now Is we upcoming director, Marvin Hill, had taken from the DOT budget Jf
If such a source does not session of the state pointed out to him that what ,Schulz said the project was j
.open up, Supt. Casey says he legislature Casey expects the ever happens in the counties considered when Cov. Farris [ y
education finance picture to become Jacksonville affects '
is prepared to recommend to surrounding Bryant was In office but has FOR
the school board a four mill clearer. least one that metropolis and vice- since been dropped. Schulz said TOMORROWS 11
state legislator, Rep. Ralph
tax increase over a two-year versa. he has no idea when anything;
period to finance the second Turlington who heads the Ap- "Governmental agencies will will be done about the pro-
phase of the high school.At propriations Committee, has not go out on the limb and
said that'education will require make changes unless people request ject.Heard President Baldwin( announce w
Wednesday's session $40 million In additional funds them.People have to make the membership of a
Casey said he also would bring just for growth. last things happen," Sawyer said in new agriculture committee. Get Your New Easter Outfit While The Selection Is Cornplete.
The school board agreed
the school board completely up stressing the need for a plan- Members are David Smith, I
week to meet to discuss the
to date on the county's; entire ning board here. Bradford High agriculture Instructor
school building program and building program. Member Baldwin said he considersthe chairman; Zedra Hamilton -
the financial situation. Charles Sawyer\ suggested com- primary responsibility; of George Huggins, Jack b
board ing up with several alternativesfrom Sawyer's committee to be getting
Casey said the school I Hazen, Lonnie Harley, Art
will also be mindful of future which a choice can be the planning board estab- ,I Schulz, J.M. Edwards Jr.,Bob a y
made after the
needs at Bradford Middle lished.In i by Taylor, Bobby Allen, Foster
School. That facility; is now' Shi Smith and Ernest Truest
without facilities for physical The high school is the only other matters, the Chamber -
education or a lunch room. remaining school facility; in the Board: You .. in' our new Spring Colors
main of county; which has not been remodeled -
But the emphasis
the building program reviewis added to, or a new -Was informed by manager Pay Raise and Fabrics:
to be directed at a new' building put up in the past John Myers of the contract :
high school, the superintendentsaid. several years In which the recently signed by the Brad- Saves MoneyOne
school board pledged racingtax ford Development Authority; I r DACRON KNITS ARNEL I
One thing that wlllimgairan.vCancer funds and spent $3 millionon with Vogue Manufacturing Co., : !
a but Idling program. a subsidiary of Manchester city; employee got a $5 *. MOILS DACRON AND
Manufacturing Co. of New York per month pay raise last week,

Drive iodic x-ray of the chest were City; which plans to manufac- ,just to get him Merrill out of McMillan the hole. COTTON 1 SHEERS AND LINENS I'
The Surveyer
ture boys clothing
also stressed. Dr. Barry point-
has been paid a $25 retainerfee
Set April 12 ed out that anyone might con- firm Industries has purchased plant (old the bowling Starke by the city; for years, even '" The missie; Can Choose From Many
tract but adults become
50 cent though the position of city; sur- '
alley) and will pay per
Continued From Page Oi$) ing more age.susceptible with increas- of a planned 2,000 square foot veyor. Is no longer. an officialone. Ai; ; Name Brands Such As: +
addition needed for installation
Familiarity; with cancer's But due to rising costs and .i STACY AMES BLEEKER STREET TONI TODD
of a permanent press equip- -
of the county; health departmentat seven danger signals was also rising taxes, McMillan takes i '" '11
present, Mrs. Rlherd said. urged by Dr. Barry.These signals ment.Myers said the firm plansto ,part in a city; Insurance group, it; AYRES COBBS-CORNER CAROL. G. MIA -. STAGE _
Four of those cases will pro- are unusual bleeding or: he has been drawing$4.19 less $ AND OTHERS
Into with a-
bably be terminal, she says. discharge, a lump or thicken- go operation each month than he owed the
Two of the four patients have ing in the breast or elsewhere, round 50 employees and has -i

cancer of the throat, one has a sore that does not heal, a plans-Accepted to expand a financial to 100. report I icily.It; would be less expensive, ; The Junior May Select From:

cancer of the breast, and one change to bowel or bladder I McMillan argued, for the cityto ; .
which showed the Chamber to
of the intestine which habits, hoarseness .
cancer or cough,
him $5 month ,
probably began with a malig- indigestion difficulty; In swallOwing date this fiscal year has spent than pay to go through per the more book- BOBBY BROOKS VICKI VAUGHN KELLY ARDEN -

nancy of the uterus, Mrs. Ri- .or change In a wartor $414-Heard less than a luncheon budgeted.meeting keeping process if McMillan TAMMY ANDREWS CALIFORNIA GIRL AND MANY OTHERS
herd mole.In
says. paid the city; the $4.19.
with Starke motel and restau-
Three Indigent patients have addition to the residential
The logic satisfied the City;
died of cancer since Jan. 1, drive, the Cancer Society; will rant owners and Chamber officers Council, apparently.
she added. These patients receive also conduct a program through termed a success by
better care under Medi- local schools. Manager John Myers. The
care than before, she said. Entitled "Send A Mouse To meeting with 12 businessmenIs Jewelry
Dr. A.J. Barry, Starke phy- College," the program asks the beginning of an attemptto Prison Inmate itI; :

sician, spoke to the group. He for 27 cents to purchase amouse get at the problems faced With An Idea Of
that motels and restaurants and
stressed that today most can- for cancer research Found DeadIn
cer is curable if datected early. uses..Richard Jockel, principal to bring the group closer to Spring and Easter

The Importance of regular ,jtf Bradford Middle School, will the _Chamber. Major projectto
East Unit
physical examinations and per- hear! that program. be tackled will be doing
Miss Lillian Stump is presi- everything possible to get traffic r'4' LINGERIE
dent routed down US-301. Bags
of the Bradford Chapter
white male
Ottle Shiray, 42,
More moves of the American Cancer Society -Tn connection with in.. pro- Inmate of the Florida State I"' The Number One
; and Mrs. Margaret Mil blem of traffic on 301, Myers Prison found dead by hang- Name In
for the money ler is treasurer. Gloves
reported that 14 million tour- Ing in his cell in the prison's } e Under-Fashions
ists are expected to visit Dis- Unit Wednesday
than East early
any older ney World near Orlando in the Ic.
riding Polk Street first year it opens. I morning.A six-man coroners jury was Slips Bras -

"They realize It more in empanelled from Bradford Come take your pick of SHOES

.. mowerTHE California than we do. We're County; and viewed the body I Pretty and Whimsical
NixedContinued asleep here. We don't realizethe Wednesday morning. An inquest Pins Panties Girdles By
Paving Earrings, Necklaces I
impact it will have, S.L. has not yet been held, and fur-
Peek said of the Disney project ther details were unavailable. Bracelets and'More. LIFE .STRIDE
which will cover 200 a- : .

( From Page One) cres here. The Peek family

and forget!' that deal." NoUn United recently States.toured the western Three Given Select Your Easter Clothes For Boys And Girls At Eagles- .

a/d./! and that apparently end- -Authorized Myers to attenda Prison TermsIn .
ed! te matter.. legislative briefing sponsoredby

SCAMPER In other action, the Council the State Chamber of Com- Circuit CourtThree she Will Look So Pretty For Little f '.
RIDING MOWER declined to close without a merce in Tallahassee Monday, In A Dress Boys
[! : By
FROM ALLIS-CHALMERS public hearing two unused! March 16. Any Chamber mem- r 'C'iJ ..
streets bordered on :both' sides bers wishing to attend will be defendants were sen- C Sizes 2 to 6LITTLE
G New automatic drive by propertyl! owned by Town welcome, Myers said. tenced by Circuit Judge GeorgeL. IS
forward to reverse without house Enterpr, :zes!! Inc. in -Okayed the painting of the I Patten in hearings held last Cinderella FARAHPants
clutching or stopping
exterior of the chamber building
Friday morning.
Simple fingertip controls. north Starke. City Plaids
n in
Spin around trees. .whip George Pierce said a new law so long as the cost doesn't Joe Padgett, 20, of Starke, ..- Solids
along flower beds passed last year allows local sxceed $100. The paint has been received a sentence of from also and Stripes

n Big 36inchno A governments' .to close unused Jonated. six months to three years in I 'b Lace Trim Slips and PRETTY SHIRTS ,
scalp-mower streets without a public hearing -Agreed with President Bald- the State Prison on an Information Frilly Panties
Come in soon and ** win's suggested date of July 2 ( by
and : the for entering without .& t \
a petition by prop- TO MATCH :
give it a whirl! jfim L for a luncheon meeting for the breaking) with intent to com-
_." erty owners. general membership of the mit misdemeanor at Bowen's In STRIPES AXD SOLIDS
C Davis J! X :
Utility Supt Oscar In Jy,
Chamber. Called the Presi-
Washterla on W.Madison Street
; reply to ques'lons said the twostreets dent's Luncheon, the new affair last December. N .:9. : :j TOM SAWYER ;
portions of Long end 41t
is planned annually. Pur- William David Padgett, 17, > Sizes 4 to 7 :
we are now Equipped: between Thomp- pose is to bring the member- under the same charge, 14
all Repairs eon o and Clark Streets! serve not Her Follow The Foot- ;
to Handle your received the same sentence, THELITTLE
useful and the steps Of The Best-Dressed
purpose) mow with
sell. except a
what ;
on city 11no:" us3 for 'them In under Herlong and reeds. to his time be served at the In Shoes ByMISS TOT ;
the future. He said they can- maintain property rights be- Apalachi Correctional Institute. ,
STARLINGFarm not be used unless the city cairn of ttva.t.. Both youths pled guilty when :
; He Will Be
ROBIN So Cute Tn A Suit By
grades 'them cut.CC'Unclm'n -Supt. Davis also! reported arraigned before Judge Patten l
that! ,, Buster! Brown. We Have The Buster
Jimmy Bowen prel'minary plans for the Friday morning.
Supply moved! to close the two streets. 'new power plant enrtne and Vivian Deloris Burch, 19- Brown Socks That Will Complete The

but his motion did not get a addition are "pretty: 'well year-old Negress, was sen- Outfit. ;
second. alonj" and should be presented tences to a term of six monthsto ,
Pierce also asked o If the coun. to the Council bv engineersat :\ two in the Correctional LACE r
225 West Andrews St. years TRIM. SOCKS FOR THE AND
Starke Fla.32091 oil would consider:! clos'ng! Her- the April 7 mee'tlng.' Institute at Lowell on a > TIES FOR THE BOYS! I !
long Street between Thompson -The Ccuno'l' voted to awardto charge of aggravated assault I ,.
Phone 964.6062 and Clark :Supt. Davis sa'd. MyrlcW)/ + Const. Co.. Ga'nes- with a razor blade upon Mary ,
however, ''the city has utilities vllle, the moving of'the utilities Lee Bennett last December 22.
under SR-16. Myr'ck1R.S ,the A charge against Marshal FARAH PANTSWITH MEN'S SUITS BOY'S SUITSNAVY
only Jinn bidding; and the Eaves. 20 for'robbery, on) an

PUBLIC NOTICEThe city's engineers. Reynolds! .Information filed Nov. 24.19TS.was THAT ,,
Smith' and Hills of Jackson nolle prossed. .
villa: recommended: the Job' be : :

Bradford County Commissioners and awarded. the firm. \SOLIDS AND PLAIDS .f BROWN :
-Th Council troctedl Attorney MoviesA OLIVES :
Clerk will attend Florida Department of
: Pierce to prepare papers
Transportation Budget Hearings! in the to conclude >a'' swap of land I SIZES 28 TO 44 TO 20 :

Civic Auditorium in the City Hall, Lake with contractor Billy Jackson. double feature plays Friday .
City Florda, on March 13,1970 at 3:30 p.m. The swap will give!: the city and Saturday at the Florida $600 BOYSSPORT :

City, Florida, on March 13, 1970 at 3:30 access to a pnmpng! station Theatre. "Hell On Wheels", FROM L"P COATS ;
P. M. now reached! only !by going new Technicolor car racing yNAVY
over Jackson's property. Thetrade film, stars Marty; Robbins,popular 3IENSVAN
Any individual, municipality, or other would also square off the recording star. Costarring .. LIGHT BLUE, t .r
tract owned:! tov Jackson pest are John Ashley, Connie HEUSE> ) GOLD. OLIVE RED ;
interested groups within Bradford County Smith, Gig Perreau and others. ..... "
beyond the Alllsrator Creek AND ARROW -i "' AND BLACK .
will have an opportunity to be heard at Bridee on South Temple Ave. Second feature,"Wild Wheels," .< .. I" .:,.1 I j ';

this time, as this is a public budget hearing. -Bid* on e'ffht! f're hydrants in color also, is rated R, re- SHIRTS 8 TO 20 I :'

at $179.89 each were accepted! stricted. I ;

r eta ------lass---Su ss--aril !by the Council. The hydrants! : "Angel Playing Angel Sunday, Down at the We Florida Go,", t ErGRIFFON
will! be used on the SR-18 uti SPRING
lities moving J0>. They had to American InternationalFourLeafs y -
in color with STRAW
1 AS !be re.'Jo'd> ,becaus the originalones FARAHPRESS
SPECAEASTER 1 Jennifer Jones and Jordan .
Md not meet specification r
e Christopher and others,is rated HATS'
I established by engineers. R, restricted.ANNOUNCEMENT. PANTS :i

$1.491 BY
ea. I - STETSdxTHOM :


"/ .. [ $5.00 UPPREP
, i EASTER BIDDIES ea. 29c I : STYLE ,:

; I
I : Complete Line Pet Supplies PANTS i
: |
In agreeing to close on Saturdays with '. Plain. Plaids and Stripes :

KITTENS 8 the majority of ]local insurance I .
weeks old ea. $2.00 agencies VAN
in the future will remain
WE NOW HAVE ,, we open)

GU1NA PIGS - each $3.29 I' until 7:00 P.M. on Fridays. McAn In AH The New Spat Styli .
| SHOES And Colors.ARROW :

J Check_ our Everyday Prices I I SHIRTS :

Pg4cHTERr E. i iIUIll I II :

oourr.U aY.R ut.ua.a uaaaawo ewrws I COMFORTABLE MliiI.ThOIfl MeAn ShoesI !

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1. ...School Board Lets Paving Contract .. ''r r 11 To Seek Strawberry Title I ICindy

; For Vo-Tech; Opens Food Bids

,=. Columbia Paving was award nenus. :rom capital outlay and debt Zv1 !;:

= ed the paving job at the Vo- The board recommended that, service and $100,000 -
Tech school food bids were S.G. Denmark's name be sub- ( borrowed as aposslbWtv.(1'heboard ; (
let, and preliminary discussion mitted for another threeyearterm I can borrow up to 25%
started on a possible new high as Santa Fe Junior Col-', of Its revenue, he said and :
; (School building at the regular lege trustee from Bradford pay back at $28,000 a year as w i
: School Board meeting March 3. County.; His present term expires one solution.) a ,
: Paving the area at the Vo- March 31, and the new __ _
: Tech school was bid by Columbia appointment recommendationwill II.A. Lawson commented that ,
: at $5.272.50 compared be sent to the State Department the bus barn should be torn down I
to Warren Bros. $9,010 and of Education. Also and replaced and no one disa-

: Jack Baggett $5,989 although now serving three year terms greed with that; nor that the, ,d.
: the latter two bids included from Bradford County; are, cafeteria was badly in need of' rlPa J rry lr
: pipe laid underneath. not need- James Bloodworth and Guy expanding. Wednesday evening. $
: ed In this area, according to Andrews with five trustees March 11, was set for a work
Supt. Tom Casey. An earlier from Alachua County.; session on plans for building L T1'Olive --1
: Job by Columbia Paving did Liability; Insurance anda$500 financing etc., with ArchitectDon
: have pipe laid underneath it, performance bond were approved Morgan and BUS Princi- .
: he said. by the board for pal Ralph DIggs to meet with
$6,589 had been budgeted for Ricks while he Is tearing down the board. Fitzpatrick Sheila Ilendly Ann Buby Elaine Lovorn

this by the board and they the old Brooker school. He is "It's time to do somethingwith Orange Park Starke Starke Keystone
approved Casey's recommendation to do the Job at no cost to C at BHS beforea
; that the remainlngl,300 the county; and the board specified -' student falls through the floor Eleven young ladles from Saturday March 14. date 01 me will be Chic- Loudon, operator of Loudon's
; from the budgeted amount be that any seats etc. of or a wall" and "Anyone who Union Clay, Baker and Brad- full scale rehearsal which pre- grounds. Judging talent Beauty; Shop, will assist with
basis of ,
the beauty
used for materials for the value to the school wouldbe cedes the contest. The rehear- ;
lasn't been Inside BHS lately, ford Counties will' vie for the available hair and make-up. Mrs. Ann
building trades class to lay removed in the next sal Saturday will begin at'noon poise. i
should," summed feelingsf title of Bradford County; Straw- for .Hamilton will assist contestant
up Entries for the title of
: concrete along the food ser- two weeks.In at the Woman's Club. Mrs.,
the board concerning replac.ng berry Queen April 3 in one 3. Eloise with dressing arrangements.
berry Queen to date are:
vice area. There is 20-foot 1969 Queen Linda Thomas -
a two budget amendments classroom space In the old of the highlights of the Brad Gruen -
; roof overhang there he said, $2,400 for an Increase over brick building facing ford County; Fair and Straw- of Jacksonville and
and the 180 linear fact of concrete budgeted amounts for capital wo-story berry Festival. Richard Jockel will be presentto Mary Ann Barton,
I can be used for outside Improvement, special education J01. "They are really cute. I'm' assist contestants with their Heights, sponsored by
1 classwork in good weather. and the middle school Charles Sawyer asked about very optimistic about the con- talent and performance in the Barber Shop.
J Food bids were tabulated and was moved from the contin- writing HEW to learn specifically test so far," says Mrs. Donna'' contest. There will be a record Olive Ann Buby,
,' broken down Into the various gency fund to cover these.A how Bradford County; Gruen who is heading the beau-I player and a piano availableand sponsored by Mitchell's
', t tea, and the board approved new BHS building with could be "out of compliance." ty; pageant sponsored by the each contestant will be Store.
accepting lowest bids throughout 12 to 15 classrooms, teacher Rodney Hall felt It would only Junior Woman's Club. This is expected to present their tal- Theresa Clem Starke
the list. They noted an in- work and restroom areas approximately open the door to more trouble, the first year entrants have '. sored by Southern Discount
', crease In meats, partlci&irIy, 12,000 square feet and It would be better left alone. been limited to the four-county; ent.There will be no prelimin- Linda: Doss Glen St. ,
since the last food bids-- for was tossed Into the discussion All agreed to leave the matter area, a step that was taken to aries in this year's contest, sponsored by the Baker
: instance ground beef had gone ')y Supt. Casey, as the next for this meeting without con- encourage more local beautiesto Mrs. Gruen says. Contest act- 'y Development
up from 51C to 534 a pound step In a master plan for a tacting HEW, although the of- enter. Ivities will begin at 5:30 p.m Cynthia Fitzpatrick
: a major rise since ground bee] new BUS plant. The $180,000 Iclal who wrote the last letter The contest is still open to with a dinner at the Holiday Park Cedar Hills-Twin
Is used so much in school figure was used with $80,000 las |lnceJjeen_.replaced.CA contestants wishing to enter.It Inn. The dinner, given In honorof 3aton Club.
will remain open until this the contestants, will be open Sheila K. Henly, Starke.
.. to the public. sans Beauty; Shop.
.. The contest will take placeat Patsey Holmes Lake
: YawIS \ 8 p.m. April 3 at the Fair- sponsor to be announced. COUNTS
(EST '" I Elaine Lovorn
t Heights Leila's Dress ;

Pam Ricks Starke, :

Building Code Jo Ann Salter,
: Stump's Dept. Store.

I INFULL cr;;.' Not Council Enforced Told save Mary Carolyn CAR:

Complaints that unlicensedand

I BLOOM z l electricians to do,incompetent business are In plumbers being Starke allowed were and x1j TOSELL

made to the City; Council last

Tuesday March 3. IlmW {
\ Harold Smith, proprietor of
J, .. --- .. 1 I\I IIw Smith Plumbing and Supply Co.,
\. :. : ::- ;.f said plumbers are working In
; :
;, :', .,, \ .....(. . the city; without being licen-
I I Boacoclt* : .. : 'h' sed as required by the city;
\ "" '" code. Smith also said that the DEALS

Suit Your ; examination given plumbers Is

Budget ... _, fO.1) too easy and needs updating,
i ]: :
.".. ... '" .. : ; "You a mean little I bag can of put tools together -! DURING (No Dealers; .

-' "....... and go down and get me a
license?" Councilman p.T.NoUn I
., asked. Fordor V-8
r ... BOOMERANG I "Yes you probably can,"
: TABLE S24" Smith answered.

I "You sure could for $9" CjLD
Zn \ 'J&g7 I said Wayne Kinney owner of { now $1295!

I 1r' 4 4. SECTIONAL Well's Electric Co. Kinney appeared -
at a council meeting
/ I Transmission and Air Condition

' lllrrr,w y iw .'r.' ;l; With Built-in End Tables ,III II that several electricians months ago not and licensedand said DAYS ON 61A"M

without a place of businessin
\, 11 yl t iX i /> C7 f 95 Dramatic Round-tha-ROOm Party Sofa. the city; are doing work here.,
1' $ with built-in HI.Pr..ur. Plattlc-top T.bl. Wagon
: / ... This very varsatila group can b. I When questioned City; Attor- CarrierRoom
J ney George Pierce said the
.' .v arranged to fit any tli. room. Foamcushions.
city; has ordinances to require
Long wearing Matalasta covars. qualified plumbers. It is up I | now $995|
: COLORS: Olive, Blua Rad. to the building inspector to

= --'-'--" -'. --'-- 'r .,. > \ spot faulty; work and to file AirConditioners
'1'r. ; ,' : .. 1 Drive Warren Hubs
< ;
: i>>: ,, ; <<,2., .. : an affidavit against the workman -

!: << j4'f:: .: >. '" >. y\:.,;,,..:.:<. i'.i. "- 711'v.! ;;; :;: .;. Alf2i; j)'>:V /< i iIt he said.Ordinances. on the city; books
: <
= -.4JI... ... j' _<<...' 1'J'7._, _.'=- _,<._,, ._. |m> !( ? f .:, "!tv.-,;;#:"w._.""'.-"',,, should be enforced all the way Bel-Air
Kinney told the Council.: The
rF I ir city; he said should see that

SIMMONS BEAUTY-REST SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED I persons opening a place of business now $1.795
in Starke meet all requirements -
Natlonally-Advartlsad Simmons brings you famous The famous Simmons "Bargan" contains quaan-slia Sirn8uutyRest of the city code.
construction In baddlng. Quilted top moos mattress Attractive Print or Matalatw' Scotchgardtraatad ;
/ l firm coil units. covar.loose pillow back The city; code requires that Transmission Air Condition
ragular or
+ two arm pillows, .. heavy ball castars. plumbers be licensed but does
: a aI $329 195i not require them to maintaina

,S I / k REGULAR place of business for the 500

; ORTWIN public. It requires electriciansto Special, Low Pre-
be licensed and to maintaina
SIZE place of business, however. Prices Now Available! Hardtop Automatic, Air
Chairman Jimmy McRae
'tended the discussion by In- 5,000 BTU'S
I $1 j 4951
- -
structing City; Clerk Merrill
$8995 Edwards to tell building Inspector ONLY

. Oscar Crosby to strictly ,
. e enforce the city; code. "If I
: EA. PIECE ,, he finds someone working without |
$99.50 Pickup $795
T a license he Is to signan
: 1 ?J affidavit" McRae stated.

C Touch Control

:. i I !u Ixoi \ /'1 (n I.1 = ypA541E6r C Two-Speed Night Comfort Cooling Center Day& V-8

e Conditioned
Flexible Air Flow Air
I ti. -
.. Controls
I I' TIAOf e Separate Exhaust - $995

''.. ,, lul; utowANCtLrwrgdt.lrlae.r.r 1 ControlS
:' .... ., I j EvenTemp
.'. Trod{In b awn 10 r.on ad
. I and 1ft ."_.'.w.Annmxe,, I _. .._ Thermostat
.. I r e Extra Large Filter

15 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER Windows 22 to
38 Inches WideCarrier
Radio 37,000
88 Lb Capacity Freezer S15 Lb. C.p.clty .
M .Iula. $239 9S $19995
i I Cyela-Daf rr.d.,''ft.."......tw.00; .. Only 46'." Wide \
S I I Sllda-out Crlspar Acrylic EnamaladGalvanliad \ - - $8951
:i un .. Dairy and Egg Storage l.1 9995 M Steel Liner WITH IVIN TIUDIWill UK DIRECTORY
: Two lea Trays TIAOI D.frost Water Drain l

: \ COLORS: Whlta, Coppartona Avocado
. Int V...Htium Ail CiMidiliuMf Paul M.....,
J I ... .
'In ftv*drjition,Ibl ...'10. on nMiernan Carne, tltyuM'tl....*wer.nly nd ol Mark I
Gilbert S. Brown Ml v.aw on pert florid A.Condmofwr. 1n Mustang
''eadco1n, TI.ot ?jbdd RMjId" "II ..AdLj lam. z .sI.op %.*. Ctffwr AuthoiJ O'Ctttbulor, _rr.nH
it ongmai u S. pult.wr parts lot four
Oil Service 8UU* sKlrlMfQnal net Any Ms.Saw to toO i) f
., ... and Steering
TIRES sA'rTERIFSBudget MOMintv rasp na.pal IO bonipar
: 84 Rod ServicrlPHONE ... .
1r 1 APPLIANCES lit NULTI-CAt- Terns d.aet( or minor or nor bane or .tiin..
\ LOAD and TRUCKLOAD lats.Aloflf M47071W to trim any m room Hkjtlion.ir ..the....*.wnr-U......, ...nut i tt.lot bN n $3695
.. ... ,_..
with thtia irtnanrfauspurchasas. N. Temple Starke blal/n.uw an0n "" .t. Ill'
...., ...._ ..,...
I Bodcock
CON I a..l-e a ....M.. ..b..... ., Inn. .
.. a plea many ___ an.d C. Omit' no Iha/
: TRACT ORDERS .ih HiiarHanufaclurars ......,...., nay,.. w tJ, Ina..00 ervnm.......
Ins alma Pall raw lnla a worn-I
la assure cur Cue I I HURST'SSELL FAC
' Mama Furnishings.' Lat us sha
: pan. haw easy it is la span yauraccount. .
SLADECffS<< CK with
' When II camas I. Hama Servi Station Clyde
Furnishings. cama la S.dceck.l There 11A Dadcock Associate Store Near You!
: where yesterdays cutiamtrs area CM OUs Lubrication
ladax's fnands' Consult Your Telephone Directory Monarch Tire; A BatteriM nd appliance

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La [the same story as Johns beat
Steals I his opponent by the same score.
Though he shot a 39 against
I Fernandina. Johns only tied Id
2-1-1 {match play as his opponent shot
la 38. .

G ,hurt 1
! Tornado WinJerome f a xwyl By OPTornado Awanh

yowl ,,,,
golfers got back over
Williams, speedy enth to give Tornado base- He got the SA batter to hit ever the .500 mark Tuesday
aIls second baseman, stole bailers a 5.4 win over St. into a double play which went yy beating Orange Park 2-1-1 to join us in r
home In the bottom of the sev- Augustine here Tuesday. from Tanner to home to first. in close match play here. Europe this
Williams had tripled home
Dale Johns shot a 38, his 1970''
the tying run. Trailing 4-3 going into the summer
test of the season, to win his
bottom of the seventh, the Tornado
It evened the BUS team markat students for
by strokes. Bradford's
nine made their last chance -
The Tornadoes lost
1-1. a
WATCH FOR close game 4-3 to West Nassau good. Dean Johns, pinch hitting ,came through number to 2 man win more Mike Fogg holes, CLASSICAL EUROPE:
County High here In the sea was hit by a pitch and than his opponent, though he Rome Florence Vence,
went to second on a passed .
son opener Friday. l was down one stroke, to give Munich Montreux Pant,
SWARMINGTERMITES Larry Tanner was the winning ball by the SA catcher. BHS the winning edge. London.
pitcher against St. Augustine Randall McGee, pinch hit David McRae tied In the
although he ptiched to ting for shortstop Ernie Triest For information and exciting film
of holes he ,
won althoughhe ,write or call local '
batter. Tanner (fanned, and Mark Graudons presentation your
only one relieved ( ,
a 47 to the OP man's Adviior
BrownIn PinCh hitting for pitcher Johnny ._
'starter Johnny --- 45. Richard
,' Roberts lost his
the seventh inning with one Brown, grounded to sec The Members of the 1970 Bradford HI rh Fchool Baseball Team are: .match 45-43.
out and the bases loaded.Young ond.ack. I -
fifllllliffIYftTfT16x: n :
Front row ((1-r) G. Riherd. L. Tanner. E. Hazon. J. Williams, T. Tal- Johns, the number one BHS I .
ley I.. Brown. E. Tries! golfer, won In all three of Mrs. Paye Darden

Second row: (I l-r) D. McKinney, C. R herd, R. McGovern: D. Brown his last four matches and tied Rt. I, Box 120-A
Tr Squad D. Johns, J. Temple Coach Garlinoton. Rnlle In the Fernandina he beat his go.opponent Against I Keystone 32656 Heights, Fla

3rd row (1(l-r) J. Brown, R. McGee: T. Fjand.f.). ] Graudons, and W.McNeal. I Tel. 473-4270
BHS to
40-42, the only golfer

Drops 3 C lose Meetsdefeat Then with two out, Williams the bottom of the second and 'ollowed with a booming triple win.-..Against--XXX'H-: -:. Palatka: It was
tripled to drive home Johns BHS Jumped off to a quick to left field to drive home
and tie the game. Then with lead. McNeal. A walk to Larry Turner r ; ;;
OR BETTER SILL Tornado trackmen came out but they also feel a two strikes on the BHS bat- and an error on the W. 1 DeWitt{ C Jones Funeral Home
I on the short end of three dual sense of achievement and the ter and the St. Augustine bat- But SA pecked away, scoringa Nassau shortstop led to the ,
LET meets in the past week, but knowledge that almost without ter using a full windup, Williams run In the fourth and slxtt second two runs. iWr. .
the young Bradford High run' exception everyone on this teamis got a good jump and beata innings, and two In the toj The Tornadoes will hosta usually |: -:' STARKE
LORI AAa \ ners took Lake City, Orange steadily improving with each pitch to home plate to score of the seventh to go ahead. tough Bolles nine here :: r
Park, and St. Augustine right meet. This is a tough rebuild- the winning run. Friday March 13, the gameto | .'. PHONE 964-6200
ST I IQ down to the.wire before being ing year with 30 freshmen, 9 Singles by Larry Tanner,who 'In the opener against W.Nassau begin at 1:30: p.m. Saturday,
i beaten.In sophomores, 10 juniors, and plays center field when he does the Tornadoes were down March, 14, they go to Lake : -
ONTRC.a the Lake City and St. Augustine only 4 seniors." n't pitch, and shortstop Ernie 3-0, but tied the game in the City for a road game at 3:45 |II. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .
CMtMICAI.CO. meets, for instance, the The Tornadoes have won four Trlest and a double by pit- bottom of the second. The three p.m. Tuesday, March 17, they
mile relay decided the winner. meets and lost four to date. cher Johnny Brown plus an runs came when catcher James return home for a game under Ki:1; .. PHONE 473-3176 :;:i
CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE The Tornadoes bowed 71 61 They have scored a total of error by the SA left fielder put McNeal led off with a sharp single the lights at 7:30 p.m. against ;.:*- .
to Lake City, 79 53 to Orange 348 1/2 points In all meets three runs across the plate In to right field. Tommy Tallv Orange Park. :::::%:::::::::::::%::::#; :::::%:;;:::::;:::%:::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::.:::::::.: ;:;:;:::;:;: :

70 Park-,62 and to St.Tuesday Augustine night under lost The with juniors 112, the freshmen are first in are points sec 4 1/4. Tim Murphey took the w.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .- .- ..................................................................

the lights at Bradford Field. ond with 94 1/4,the sophomoresthird ,high jump at 5-4, Jimmy An- .
Coach George Loper, how with 90 1/2, and the sen- |drews won the high hurdles
Why Take Chances ever, is anything but down on iors have 50 3/4. {in 16.4 and the low's in 22.2, i NOW THE SMALL INVESTOR i
,his fledgling thine lads. "They're mostly freshmen, Barton took second In the long .
CALL "Three straight losses aftera Loper points out, "But they're Jump at 19-5 1/2, and Bennett .
I : fairly successful beginning struggling like hell and they're was second in the 440 and 220

964.5745I is certainly most individuals enough to, discourage but not really scoring toot"They'll improving. They're :lashes. !CAN GO WITH THE BIG BOYS9 i iS

I so this team," Loper says. blow everybody off Lake City; .
"The team feels the sting of the track wben they're juniors :
and seniors. At Lake City Jimmy Andrews .
"I'm extremely proud of this turned In his best times of .
group and their enthuslam and the season in the high and low .
potential remarkable.They'll hurdles. In winning the high's' ,.. :
come through in fine style with he ran a sub-16 second 15.9. .
encouragement and community He was second in the low'sat r .
spirit," the coach says. 21.8. .S ..
This Saturday the trackmen The three freshmen distance .
travel to take part in the Winter runners, Green. Garrett, and .. .
Park Relays. It will be a Lowery ran BHS to a double ..
Fish case of competition over their sweep in the mile and two .
City .& Meat heads in most cases, but the mile runs at Lake City. Green .. ..
experience gained will make had times of 4:56: in the mile .
the trip worthwhile, Coach Lo and 10:50: in the two mile run. : .
MarketOpen per says. Garrett was timed at 5:05: and. .. .
Next Tuesday, March 17, the 10:55: and Lowery at 5:07 and .r .
Tornadoes will host Bolles In .
Tuesday through Sunday 11:09.: a4 ri
a meet set to begin at 6:30 .
Clo edMendqJP St, AugustineThe a'. .
p.m.Highlights of the three meets .
ICES GOOD EVERY DAY last week are: BUS; mile relay team .. ..
of Buddy Paterson, Jimmy Andrews .

SLICED BARBQUE1b.. $1.95 Orange Park Richard Fill, and Wayne .,i. :
Bennett didn't win but turnedIn .
with 8 buns The winning BHS 880-yard a good time, according to .
Coach Loper, of 3384. SA .
relay time of 1:32.7 by Wal- .
lace Lee, Brant Turner, Hugh won in 3:35.2, a good ClassA .
HALF BAR-B-QUED CHICKEN89c Stephens, and John Douglas was time .. .
praised by Coach Loper. Doug- Wayne Bennett turned a good ..
las' anchor leg was done In 53.9 anchor split in the relay .
and "is really beginning to .
21.8.The winning BITS sprint med- ,come around," Loper says. ..
BAR-B-QUE RIBS lb. $1.49 ley relay time of 2:03.8: with Jimmy Andrews was secondIn .

Turner, Stephens, Douglas, and both the high and low hur- I : : .
Lee doing the honors In that des! and ran a leg on the mile -'w.j;' ..
order was also touted. Lee relay team for a big day Tues- .
BEEF SALE ,ran a fine 51.4 anchor leg. day.Jacksonville. .. ..
Douglas dominated the 100- : .
yard dash in Orange Park equal- .
U.S. GOOD Ing his best time of 10.1. lie ..
has not been beaten in the 100 .
in dual or tri meets exceptby .. .
or Richard Williams of Gaines .
ville High. Business j !tia > .
BRISKET or RIB STEW lb. 55c Larry Green won the mile run .
In OP with a 4:49.1: his best
ALL MEAT STEW --lb. 79c time to date in that event. :: w
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placed third in the two mile :
run at 10:54.
RIB STEAK lb'79c .
or Green, Leonard Garrett, and .
Jimmy Lowry, all freshmen |.| Sales and Service. .
FRESH CEDAR KEY ran in the 10:50's: in the two \ .
MULLET . Ib. . 29c mile run. That trio doublesin Parrish Motors ..
every meet, running the mile "'> ,,,. .
and then coming back to run .,'-- 1 w ..: i r k, ,.. .
Fresh Shrimp and Oysters the grueling two mile event.In SAOSS X x /3 I Y M ..
Bill Buby won the 4 VOL .
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Edwards'' Steer 2 MaxviBe Teenagers Lose Lives Church parentAl: He Mr.Is and survived Mrs. Weaver by his

GrUfis. of Maxvllle; two si'*
ters, Mrs. Betty: Jean HilUard
In Auto Accidents Within 2 WeeksTwo and Miss Penny Griffis, one
Is Reserved ChampionAt A brother Freddie E. Orlffto! ,
and and his maternal! grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison. '
Maxvllle teenagers Have the highway and traveling 2411|Adams, all of Maxvl le.
been killed In automobile accidents feet before< hitting a guard rail
Gainesville ShowAn f during the past two on ths Brandy: Branch bridge.
I., weeks. and hurtling 33 feet before stop.
ue Donald Whitehead 18, diedas pIng against! a utility pole. *
a result of Injuries receivedIn Gratis: was pinned In th
Angus steer .shown by 14. ida and steer snows .... Gainesville a head-on crash on Yellow wreckage about two hours aw!:I There it something heartwarming -
year-old Zack Edwards: of Bradford for Instance. Zack about reading he
waa Water Road, north of Cecil was pronounced dead at th t
County won reserve champion beaten out In 1968 for 'the particulars o/ the new tax law
Fteld. Monday, Feb. 23. ecsne.!! !! He was an employee: ol f r and realizing how ft', going tosave
honors Thursday. March Championship by his :brother I
Gerald: Willis Gritf!!!, also 18, the State Road Department. all that for totrve1 -
5, at the Greater Galmewllte Tom. who also won the showIn died In a one-car' accident on Funeral services were lick body else. .
Area Steer Show and Sate 1969. SR 121 (River Road) In Nassau for Griffla at 3 pm MondajIn
Young Zack, son of Mr. and Trip Chitty, 13. who won the County at 12:15: a.m. Sunday. 'the Long Branch q"ntlsl t[ I
Mrs. Maurice EdJ'ardJr.\\ of Gainesville how last week Whitehead and a companion
Edwards Angus Ranch, shook also !beat Zack once before. i Billy Barber, were resuming.!
his head negatively when congratulated Chltty Is the son of Mr. and home from an FFA fish fry at
on Ws accomplish Mrs. Henry Chitty of Star Dust' rnent, Ranch-at Mleanopy, a purebred 'car was struck head-on at the
"I'm going back and win that :Angus' operation. overpass over the expresswayby DIG PULL
thing yet." the Bradford 4-H Zack also last Thursday 'won "
a car driven: by a Negro STUMPS :
member; stated. Zack: showed second! place In the showman. school 'teacher, Catherine Tobias BLAST!
the reserve!! champion at the ship contest A Bradford FFA .. -whowas also killed in
Gainesville! show three timesin member, David Stalnaker of '. -
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the crash. Barber was treatedIn Uf OUR STUMP GKTNDfRS/
1967 68. and now "70. It Is Brooker was third. .. ..,' a Jacksonville hospital for REMOVE THEM INSXfENSIVfLY.. .. ,
the! only show of many he has Bradford's Walter Prevatt minor Injuries, and!. released. FREE ESTIMATES
,entered: across the state in was high individual point wIn- ., h trut According to the accident report
which: the grand championshiphas ner In the FFA Division of Griffis and a companion.Rex CALL 376-1766
eluded Zack. cattle Judging. IrI Wilkinson, were' driving: \ Gainesville i -. iIr i N,
At 14 and an eighth! graderIn Bradford had blue ribbon south on 121 when their car SAPP'S TREE SURGEONS- y
Bradford Midge School winners! in ,the! steer show In 'Went out of control, leaving
Zack is already an experienced Walter Prevatt, Starke 4-H o' ,
showman of cattle. He has Charolals-enws;; David: Stal- j F --..- w..
'twice! won the highest! award naker Bradford FFA. Angus, k. -
offered in Florida steer shows end Joseph Starling, Bradford) J
-.tha gran: championship of FFA. .Short Horn-cross. ft.M... W".' .. I Barrett Water Conditioning I II
.the Florida: Stats! Fair. That In 4 H team Judgtag': the Law- .
came In 1966 and again In 1969. fey 4-H team of Elizabeth Harvey ; ..11 .

Zack has shown grand oKimp- Ben1Starllni.:! and An- t .11 ,". .. .,.;,.,..;.,.. A
ion steers nl Osala. Madison dy Harvey won second place.It } And Pump
and Jacksonville steer showstoo. was the:first time, they Judged -.. ,, /f Company |
Bes'des: that he ha. shown a steer show Elizabeth. Har- W I
the three reserve championsat vey was second high Individual\ k-
Gainesville and one at Ocala. in points. JOHNNY BARRETT OWNEROPENING
Brother Tom 16, and a sis The "Star>lw, 4-H .team of Zack r
ter. Sue 12, and Zack have Edwards Larry David Andrews II r .. t
'won numerous awards In Flor- IIInd Susan Edwards won third I

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Boouty To control scale insects Reserve champion at the Gainesville Steer Show was this Angus r MONDAY, MARCH 16th t
and red spider, shrubbery owned by Zack Edward! Hobby Taylor, asst countv agent, was chair-
SPRAY should be sprayed during man of the steer show. STA-RITE Court St. Across From Old Courthouse
the next 6 weeks before I
hot weather sets In
place. Winn-Dlxl Stores for 62 cents at the Gainesville! LIve- I
Ir the FFA ''team Judging the per pound a total!! of $706. stock Market. Vq ,
SHRUBBERY One, or two 'prayinqt' of the Bradford:: Sen'or Chapter A total of fil\ steers was enter Bobby Taylor, Bradford as- EO nso (\ Automatic Water Softeners and Iron Filters Designed I
fobk second with Walter ed In ths IVh annual Gainesville ,.
Oil' enriukirn Soulrl hf pl'ce s'ltant! countyagent( acted: as for Trouble-Free Service.
n/ll"III',1 nrw toll, h.,sl 'f' Prevatt. David Stalnaker, and Steer Show by 4-H Club show chairman To- the event. WATER 1
suits wild minimum, olftlrml 1 Tom Edward. and FFA m?tnbsrs! from) Al- State Senator Bob Saunderscf CONDITIONING For Home, Farm, Commercial or Industrial In. t
NOW t: !I tmin. In the sale Thursday night achua Bradford, and Union Ga'nesvllle! presided at an Idnllatlons.I .
the grand: champion steer, Counties\ awar.1' :,* program prior to 'the I o
shown 'bv Trip Chltty, was! sold A A. Palmer of the University fas.!: whIch! raw pr'zes' awarded Ramps for Home and Industry Submercible -
fcy auctioneer Buddy: Clark to of Florldi's! Animal SelneeDer.91.tment .(winners I .
Our staff cf) trained fx- of the various : Deep Well Jet Contri' Fugal ShallowVell
g PuWlx' Suwernrnkots $1.2 Judged the steers .% ,\ .
for show events. -
1r tlJ& hest culli pert servicemen Is ready oSTR (
per pound. The steer we'ghed t
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8G9 pounds, bringing a total of City County Rainfall t
539 EAST CALL ST. PHONE 964-5745 $1,069. We Carry A Full Line Of:
Zack's 1.140( pound reserve Joint Meet 50 Year AverageIn
cham !on steer was sold: to
Conditioners and
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Date ChangedA

1 1STATE change in the meeting time and) a haU Inches! of We Offer A Complete
of the joint city-county effortto rain from 8 a.m. !Sunday to 3 ,
Existing Homes study duplicated serviceshas a.m. Monday ,brought the total Repair and Service Department Equipped to cope
been announced.The to date for Bradford:! County
with Water Problem.
committees will meet
two your every ,
.to an average of 17.79 '
together tonight (Thursday since January 1. TWs t is about
Lot! March 12)) at 7 in one
Moved on Your p.m. 6 inches above. the 50 yearaverage
of the hearing rooms In the
new county courthouse according for the same period. Complete Line of Water and Well Accessories m
to City Councilman Neil During the week ending 8 ,
( Tucker. a.m. Monday, the county's
\l .
"'" The meet had previously been three fire towers reported the
& Rentals
.r; set March 10. following rainfall: New River,
Purpose of the committee 2.6 Inches; Louis Hill (Highland
meeting to seek ways in which ), 2.4; and Santa Fe 27. I I
\ the two governmental agenciescan During the tvwwesfc( period FREE WATER ANALYSIS
-- work closer together.The Feb. 23 to March 9, 'the Florida
city committee is com- Forest Service reported ten Call 964-5332 Day or Night for a Complete Water Analysis done in your
of Councilman Jimmy fires with 34 acres burned.
posed i Home. We have the latest Analysis Equipment to Diagnose Specific
Bowen and Neil Tucker and Fires from January 1 through your
Mayor Carl Hurst. Membersof February 28 totaled! 21, with 172 Water Problem. t

Commissioner the county committee Ralph Bryan are,, acres period burned In 1969 During there, the were same 31 ..........' ................................................... .

nS county Attorney Theron A. fires with 96 acres burned.If Mail this Coupon for a I would like for your representative to test
Yawn, and Road Foreman R.E. Water Analysis test. : my water at no expense or obligation.

Jones The move was initiated Councilman three you look like your passport t Prompt.Response No Charge No Obligation -- .: NAME __ __ __ _._____ t
weeks ago when City i
Tucker suggested contact the trip.photo.R you. Taylor'probably Harris need, : ADDRESS __ _. __ __
ing the county about working '
Within 35 miles together on joint projects suchas The Tn-County (Arlington'L. : PHONE NO. __ .
$ roads, preparation for the Ga.) Courier.
of Macclenny 5295 upcoming annual county fair, .. 1 TEE
Slightly higher for and any other areas where increased -
farther distances cooperation can gen.
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m 4.r.MSSYASNS'Y.HAMPTON: @ : aletaYBMS NEW BOOKS tury Interpretations Of Oedipus book Of Poetry--Bryant; Universe JUVENILE NONFICTIONBible
ti @rl Sets' Family Night Rex--O'Brien; The New Earth And Atom--

1 jj 1 --- =-...=.r---- LIBRARY World Of The Oceans--Behr- Nourse; Music Cultures Of The For Children, Vol. 1
t.. 117 Mr'*. D. >5. DID Fish Supper AT THE man:. The Idea Of A Party; ; Pacific, The Near East And and V, 2--KlInk; Flower Gardening -

.-_---_ Winners for the "It's Aca. System--Hofstadter; Common- Asia--Malm; Animal Mechan- -- Abell; Gymnastics--
COUNCIL DELAYS ACTIONON Mr. Wilson reported! that the Family Nigh 'will be observedby demic" program last week ', VVVI 1 ," 1 sense Guide To Refinishing ics--Alexander; Human Ways-- Loken.

SEWER-WATER STUDY federal government: will advance -' Bradford Ledge No. 34. FAA. were Joan Dyal, Andy Crews, ADULT FICTION 'tiquesHiggins; Spenser Gillln; On The Shred Of A

Mercury- vapor street:> lights money for a survey, on'
for the main street gutter: for city waiter J and sewer needs 7 pjn. A fish dinner will be Team 2.Team. Prince of Darkness--Mertz; Brazelton; The Enllghtenment-: tionary Of Music--Apel; Gardening -

the city hall roof.
V Death In Midwinter--Hilton; Gay; Patrick Henry--Meade; In The East--Schuler; Magic Fish--Gagllardl;
stop sign to be rep'-aosJ.:! and. along with a loan to finance'the Ben Rowland:!:, turtle chowder, 4 had a special treat Miss Seeton Draws The LIne-- African And Oceanic Art-- The River Men--Carse j; Man- The One In The Middle Is The
approval for city' mowing were system. Observing, ''that and fried fish wIth all the trim last Frldiy. Mr. Jack Andrews Trowell; Stars And Clouds Of ning On Decoupage--Manning. (I Green Kangaroo--Blume.

-"passed by Hampton C.ty Coancll Hampton: had not yet decided' mIngs. of Law ey, came over and put Carvic; Rosa--Sharp; Best Of1 I f -
In !Monday evening's meet they agreed to drop this until All members of the lodge on a western show which was Families--Berlin; A Priest And
they can hear a water-aew'+age and their families are Invited; very educational and exciting. A Girl--Daley; Masque Of Hon
ing.Other discussion' Included unpaid official at a later meeting.In also members and families of or--LInn; Detection Unllmited-: I WE CAN ASSIST YOU I

city taxes, chargjig p.t1't.! discussing stop signs Eastern Star and: the Shrine He showed us what he could i i

sofa from outside: .the city for needed the council also urged) Club.A. do with whips, and what his Heyer; The League Of Grey- N In Preparing Your N

using the city dump locations writing: to tht state highway F. darner, ST.. Worshipful mule. Snowball, could do. The eyed Women--Fast; Brood Of

,.._ of two alleys, financing for the department for needed road Master urges aU members to students thoroughly enjoyed it. Eagles--Stern; Suddenly,In The
present and future' and recreation repair on SR18 and,:!) 221, and attend "and enjoy! some good Air--Campbell; Afternoon Of A o INCOME TAX RETURN oM
widening! correctionon food."
some or enow.hlp and good
plans. in the track meet. They were
After hearing that the cost / the !blind curve. between considered to have done a good Loser--Pace; Rover Young- .
the .preaenH George's" Grocery and Baker's will blood--McAfee; Roman Go REASONABLE RATES M
of a change from CARD OF THANKS Job and we all hope they
2.000 watt fctifcst, Lgms 10 4aJO; Etore. on SR 221. From the children of H. B. become better in future years. Home--Fergusson; Heat Lightening -. E ,
lun mercury vapor lights would Starting next month, meetings Stokes Sr., those of you who --Dol son; The WhiteRoomDavies rhone or' Coine in for an E

be a difference of 55c per pole will 'begin at 8 p.m. sent us food :money, cards end The Bradford Middle School ; Gideon'sPowerCreasey -
-. council: voted All officers were present for this also participated in a track APPOINTMENT
per month the flowers, may -ws extend ; Trepleff-- Heiney;
I to change only the street. lights the PERSONALS meeting. "ithank you" from all of us. meet last Friday. The best The Antibodies--Baker. T T

on main street at the present We wish that there were w-d runners and jumpers from each
Mrs. Ada Belle Hall, of Keene. TOWN FINANCE CO.
dime. Rather than being chaig.ed of gra'Litu'e' to express our s'ncere -| team represented A A
1 'the N. H., sport:. last! weekend at ADULT NON-FICTION
for electricity franchise the George Kennan home. She thanks. May we say "God Until next time, see you around X 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE, FLORIDA
present street light bless you all" truly" from the
and Is :Mr. Kennan's sister: : the carpet! Accomplices To The Crime- Telephone 964.7449 J.LADIES'
the city rents each' Ight bottom of our hearts.! -Theltwa.
Mrs.; Julia Rice and Mrs. Murton Modesty In Dress--
'. __pole for$1.85; $2.40for Faye Henry Lorrle and Eirl. -Camille Gassett
Bright ArS, aunts of Mrs. Collins Lower; Search--Pike; Seven On
Uih1k-'lPP' O- .
type vapor
and James: Collins his
$16.50 more per
xlmately brother all of Jacksonville
If the 301ighLs 'throuih-
spent Sunday: here with: Mr.
out tho city were changed. and Mrs. Wallace Collins and e
At the city:, dump there have +

been cases: of persons, even' family.Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearson

';I_. .outside ,the according county, bringing' to Jfayor in.garbage and family of Miami)' wereThere Jill EAGLFDSCOUN
lasb weekend::
WUlard Thomas who askel: D
able to
Joe Wiggins was
of setting
about' the possibility:'
''iturn week
month for those home Wednesday last! + STORES
flat fee
a per +
after ''being in the University
In this! area (Inside Bradford treatment.Mr. Say re COWER SITTER
Medical Center for : *
County) outside the Hec1t.e.i city. !lmltsi other and Mrs. W. A. Saxon 'rta PRICES QUALITY
trash. :
to dump oilier moved their mobile! home' to ++ S MORE tt,
!where anyone
locations ,, Gainesville last week. ,
"- workmen Is charged
-than city
and Mrs. Ronnie Long
but nit! he understood that be- a
county maintain! 'spent several' ,days last ''weekwLLh
cause the reslienfdid I relatives In Tennessee DISCOUNT srOsfe / 1 / /
the landfill county 1
and Arkansas.
have some right to access
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams
city's problem
The ol and Charlie: Baker drove
they own the three acres e e
tx> Perry Saturday! for the

__land.for purchased this purpose some and. years'ago wit: eclipse. It was cloudy ;just as MEN'S CANVAS CASUALS BRIEFS & *' "' "

too much out!.'e use It would W' :was her', they ;reported>, ,. EAGLE

fill would up have too fast to be and purchased.more land It but night In definitely the path darkened of the to MEN'S "JOHN WHITE SHOES ** Fine canvas uppers. < \
est'mated seven years eclipse. MAD IN ENGLAND Vcr Mind I. -prlnih l far Ciidlirm\ \ NiiM
an Hampton Area Pre: Depart- SIZes 6"1' to 12. BATTERIES
for material to decompose Tan & Brown soft. \ Better fit & quality, 1

enough rto dig!1 the landfl'ltrench meet meets.,tonight (Thursday) lightweight leather, .: \ 50% Fortrel-Polyester and % r.s + High quality dry batteries
spot and at 7:30: p.m.Sales Weatherproof. 6"i' to 12. SHU 50ri fine combed cotton
-./ in thin!! same t that brings in signals loud
the land was purchased: with OURLOWEST 'k\-i Sires S. M. L. XL. and clear. Steel jacketMEN'S

the Idea'that this amount would PRICE YOU SAVE 1.03 \ YOU SAVE 424 \ insures freshness,
suffice'! for the city of Hampton.The Tax l 1
council agreed to consult

(the County Ccmmlsjloners!
about possibility: of a fee.
Dips HereAll 1
In reference to a garbage
Wilson recommended
"fee. Attorney
.lr r.v
::! the finance but three area counties I

survey the financial: statement ,showed increases in collectionof I MEN'S ORLON LETTER OR CHECK JACQUARD
two and ''' \
for the last year or including state tales 'tax in !January, ,; i
set up a budget, Las I compared to a year ago STRETCH
needs and desirable The three counties in which A -
then see what revenue Is. already down arc!! I
|collections were SOCKS
,::! coming In, and where Bradford Ollchrlst.and Suwan- k'2t EAGLE Convenient filing for S !e r Fluffy and
"other revenue might 'be obtain- Assorted colors. ry j all Important papers. d r absorbent.Decorator.
,1 DOG FOOD colors,
M.Clerk LillIan Ingsnlath said nee.For the state! as a whole J. Sues 10 to 13. MEN'S \ ;la YOU SAYE 444 h
executive director
Ed Straughm.
: '
due >by April "'
$1.868 in city taxes
of the Department of Revenue -
unpaid. All th!'s- proseln
1, was still noted an increase in 1 1
fos diet +
property owners ales tax collections.! of 14 per '
sent .another notice reminding asserted styles and for all t t e 1 ,
cent over a year ago-$60,583-
If the taxes become( delinquent plaids 100% Cotton breeds r
1969 compared
425 in January :
'tax 1'011I7Ul\ tbs Sizes
the b w
to $68,933,809 in January this!
turner: ovs! to +"IA ''tv attorney 3042. dogs. d
will 'nsUt'-rte delin- year. CANVAS
collection. Bradford- County. however,
quency proceedings for the ,showed a drop of 9.63 per cent CASUALS
Concerning law about >
in sales >tax collect'ons which
county col1e<'t'"g taxes for 'totaled. $45,958 in January this New Fashionable stylesfor CAN tt ? I /
each municipality.) If the re- I Spring in comfortable

ported three per cent, commIssion Ollchrtst year. collected $7,830 washable canvas. Built in
what the county will arch Polar
is \ preserver.
i down 3.04 cent. S'jwanneeI '
Hampton !Wilt toe bet per white Jet black. Navy blue. eP"rrwu
I collected:J! $82.248, down 1.2 per YOU5AV1431 l4 "
ter off. .the clerk sad as! they ,cent. )

have been paying $55 for the .
Counties with Increased collections i>
tax list! plus postage and but ...
I Ii were Alachu-a' $672.733, -0" '
fng'etc. up 11.05 per cent; Clay $92,559 ';
i I, 19.66 cent Columbia: F4I694gy
Harold Waters, chairman of up per ; .
Dolores $173,252, up 12.27 per cent; .Sues
the recreation board and:
Dixie $18.804 up 27.78 per '
Men? attended' the meetIng STRAW SCUFFS '
cent Lafayette' $5.819. 15.56 gI
; up
to ask if the deed to .the ;AcL 1
I per cent; Leon 926622. up la.MEN'S
old school building had been *
Colorful Cushioned
I 18.54 per cent' ; Levy' $51.804, accents.
turned over to the city yec.
comfort Black, White and
Marion $585.421 .-
up per!! cen> ;
and whether furniture: etc. In Tans Sizes 4 to 10.
the building was ''to be left up 14.78 per cent; Putnam I ; ,boo
$187.799 up: 3.77 pr cent; Taylor p Ta,,
there. This will be checked
wlth the school 'board. ( $95.953 up 28.57 per cent, \ :: YOU SAVE 674 ,I POLOS o
,and Union $3,176 13.15 per
T. J. Alierman: has agreed Qf
cent. ">-\ i+ Short sleeves. Colorful / I "
to keep the ceirie'teryi'' mowed \ / ) contrast Y-neck line I "

and he will be contacted for a FILING CABINETS Typewriter /+ 100% Cotton. S, M, L. / 'r
definite price. Carl Dannlson: Stands, Desks, Chair, YOU SAVE 614 On y''
will use the city mower fortmowing U9

I, of city property> and TtUfrapb.fSGOTT'S Safe Bradford County u*. : .., ./ IRONING EAGLE CEPACOL
alongside streets etc.

.J SHORTSTwo '_ .,;. 14 LIMlf 2VALUI1.19
} 'll I i'
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+ pockets Zipper) LADIES'LhCELEBRITY ) batr\\
1 front. Sixes 4 to 7. :e

!I \\YOUSAVE, 184I Cenetructid 5 Haney ,?,;;r:.

I Mobile Home Sales | y ; o/sturdy site. \

I II ( BRAS surface.Vented metal. C N10R ANf + Easy .

I jw ..JHBLL 2/100 I I Ir t NAT'LLY. SOLD + Adjustable use! RIGHT GUARD
T4 FOR $1,25 tB
i ,
sy A0 "
I S fascinating styles, 4/'VOA4
1 YOu SAVE 19< 9 OZ.VALUf .
,. Sizes 32 to 44. !
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I + Assorted colors. -: fzn':

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:F Lacy and printed.
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IIVIKG COSTS ;' SHIFT I I ,4... t.I /, Sizes V6X-7/. 10 TO A SET Prints 6 Solids.

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--New Method' To, Be Used In. Census Here: -- ,

Ten years of change In Flori Only 33 families were re- sell, Norman Dowllng Martin Starke. vasn't a single Smith In Starke I

da's population and housing will :orded as living In Starke at White, Long, Hodges Thompson ja 1860. Brown ranked second I
be measured by the 19th Decennial ,. YI he time of the first census Brown, Tompkins Perry Leaston Wlm (or Wynn) was 1 In 1790. followed closely by r rw
Census to be conducted Cox. Dees Martin and the great grandfather of L.A., Clark
:n 1860. The enumerator of Kersey Johnson Davis, Jones ,.
L.J. Gus Carl and Jack
the Nation In
throughout April. White. Williams, Miller and Wilson.,
I 1tsl'asAi his handwritten document was and Mrs. J.T. Quigley, several
2.R.: Ives and it was statedin
The new figures will update the heading that It was a Little is known about mostof of whom are now deceased. Family names In 1790 wen
)ante! McRae the
Information last collected a census of "free Inhabitants" these earliest Starkites, but was patriarchof often derived from common objects -
decade In the 1960 nose- one of them Jane Andreu a large number of descen- and I
ago Slaves apparently was events, occupations,
only.; were
count, but from now on, the ,(not Included In the nose-count. the widow of Francis N. An- t Idanta still living in this area. human characteristics, such as:
Federal census will be takenat dreu, who was given a land 4., le was listed as a carpenter
five-year Intervals Instead In 1845 to 40 In 1 4 while Winn was a farmer.
Of the 138 residents listed as grant acres Food: Fish Lamb, Kidney
'>t ten, In order to keep up with living In Starke in I860. 137 west Starke which now Includesthe Ham, Melon. Soup,Tripe,Hash
Although the 1800 of
he rapid rate of growth. were classified as white. One property of W.T. Jackson MDr. Starke census Vinegar and Coffee.
Included a few unusual
Thomas B.F. Hall, Adolph Gay and eta Human traits: Shortman,
Negro boy, Williams
Even the method of takingthe others. Andreu .. j i surnames, such as Devine, Ha-
... was counted, and It was noted was originally /\.8 .. _' I Izel and Pickles there Goodfellow Swindle, Bony
census will be changed for that he made his home with the from Spain, and for a while were Barefoot, DrInker Old,Rascal --- -
many Americans.In some areas Leaaton Wjnn family of George Pace a part-. operated a boat between St. Uolingsworth none as colorful as some of Cusser Dunce Madsavage. Daniel McRae
those recorded in the first U.S.
of the U.S., Including 27 Flori- in Starko's first Augustine and Charleston, S.C. Miserly, and Sweat.
ner mercan-
also a part time preacher and Census in 1790. For example
da counties (Bradford It
among was there that he met and Nature Brooks Rivers.
whic'hdeclined tile establishment Bichard : ,
a population of 3,820 at one time lived on a farm Joseph Scolds Thomas =
them) a new mail-out, mall- Pace. I married Jane AIken. Sim Lake, Meadows, Parks, Mountain out, mail-back technique the
back method Is being tried for slightly to 3,671 by ,near Brooker.Dr. mers, Truelove Sparks Sermon Fountain Marsh, Pool Census Bureau will still need
1870, probably due to the ravages Coffin Sarah Simpers Hannah workers to visit or tele-
the first time. In other partsof Another of the 1860 group, and Pond. many
More than half of the resi-
of the Reconstruction
era William Hollingsworth Cheese, Mercy Pepper and households from which
the country the forms are Abraham Crosby was listed phone
following the Civil War.It dents of Starke In 1860 were Occupations: :. Hammersmith
of the Wanton
the grandfather Bump.
was returned from
form or
mailed to householders,but will as a teacher. He was later no
listed -coming here from Taylor Preacher, Rector, Singer -. '
as ,
late Frank Hollingsworth and i which the form is sent back
be and'served .
picked up by census takers elected State Senator j
two statesGeol'gla and South Merchant and Driver.In .
should be kept In mind > ,
after they have been filled out. Carolina with In the 1881 session of the late Mrs. Frank Hemming Smith was the most popular : inenmoleta.
that the latter outnumbering
Bradford at that time -
also Included the area west of the "Georgia Boys" the Florida Legislature.He was'Farmers l!. way, both lifelong residents of. ,name- In 1790though- there", spite of .the new mall-

Florida was organized as a New River, which Is now Union 41 to 37. This might be a clue I ...- -.--
Territory In 1822 with the ._,
same I '
Starke --
County. The county division was as to why was named -
boundaries as at present, ant
made In the early 1920's. for a South Carolina native,
was admitted to the Union In r
Florida's then Governor Starke Diary
1845 as the 27th growth
since 1830, when Stateilts residents By 1880 Bradford(Union)grew Perry. BHS By-Lines
to 6,112 population, and In 1890.
first counted has been
were Increased to 7,516. At the turn Families seemed to run larger One of our dogwuuu trees i

spectacular. Population climb of the century In 1900, the In those day, and the 138 is out in full bloom and it Is ; By Joyce Allen
ed from 34,739 In 1830 to 528,542in
wearing a mantle of white c
population stood at 10,295; and persons listed in the census pure
1900 and to 2,771,305 In 1950. by 1910 had reached 14,090.A (comprised only; 33 family u- flowers in a royal welcome to All of the exhibit spaces at ..rWednesday .

But the 1950.60 decade out loss was sbowri In the '1920 'nits Ten large families ac- Spring. Other ornamental pro- the Fair, which will be held --- ..=- ; - - -

census, which credited Bradford counted for 64 residents-- ductions may be more spectacular in a little less than three weeks '
distanced all previous periodsIn Union) with only 12,503 almost half of the entire POP- but when it comes to w now, April 1-4, have been sold March 11,markedthe light men, costume makers and
population growth with a make artists well
and beauty of form we up as as
residents. ulation. grace according to Lillian Pearsonof end of the fourth six weeks.
climb to 4,951,560 an Increaseof think dogwood Is far more actors. If you are interested
Of the 45 different family the the Chamber Commerce. This means that BUS students
78.7 cent making Flori- contact Fuller in C-17 '
per After division of the coun- names found In the 1860 cen- pleasing to the eye when seen ,office. This Is a good indi- only have 12 more weeks to during
da the tenth 50 States.In population among ties, the new and smaller Brad- sus, about one-third are still in full flower against a dark cation that our Fair has go in this school term! action.homeroom, and. get In on the

ford showed 9,405 population In frequently heard in this area, green background. By Sam McGarveyplace really caught on and is now one .'

Bradford County does not 1930, declining to 8,717 In 1940. Indicating that descendants of of the leading shows of its typein .5. 5 .
World War n and Camp Bland- these early settlers are still the state. Other plans are
show In the tabu-
up Ing days brought a substantial living here. Among these are -- a squirrel who is nor- progressing and it seems that The Country-Western Show
lations until ]I860, since before increase to 11,457 in 1950. witha the well-known family namesof And speaking of spectaculars mal in all other ways, but who all we'll need to have another sponsored by Bradford High Johnny Bunch- a ninth grade ''
that time It was a part of old student at BHS is In the Medical
more modest increase to McRae, Baisden, Crosby i the weather conspired againstus in some strange fashion lost record-breaker will be a break Senior Class Y.A.I and pre- .
New River The 1860
County. 12,446 in 1960. Johns, Andreu, Hoi lings worth, last weekend and obscuredthe his tall and looks only half from the weather. Let's hope sented by Grand Country Incorporated Center in Gainesville. He .
census credited Bradford with. total of the dressed without his bushy ap- ,Is going to have a very serious -
eclipse sun
,Wynn Triest, Lee, Gatlin. Man- that we don't have a repetition is set at 7:30 p.m.
in a band west of Lake City pendage. Alice saw one last of last year when it rained all in the BHS auditorium. eye operation. Good Luck-
and the near eclipse which would week nibbling away at a cam- week and the san came out Advanced tickets are $1.25 Johnny and return to school

Our editorial. have been visible here.The only ellia bloom and ran him off so :only an hour before it started. for adults and 75C\! for children 'real soon.
effect we saw was that it grew perhaps the tail-less one hada under 12. At the door adults The Science Club of BHS sponsored -

fairly dark here, but we saw similar encounter but got will pay $1.50 and children under a Faculty Student Basketball -
the event as recorded in color caught by four-footed opponent 12 100. Game Thursday, March
M> TV from Mexico, and It 12. As of press time the re- ,

OPINION was an impressive sight. Today conservation is the 5 suits of this game was not
watchword and an aroused pub- known.

lic is demanding an end of the The new BHS Drama Club Until next week. ., remember

The more we travel on US- various causes of pollution ,is still looking for painters ."EDUCATION" is the word. .
Around the county, one of the 301 the more we realize the which have brought us to the ,see you around campus.
',pretty sights is the pear trees need for great care In driving brink of a ruined countryside.A .

which have been out In bloom along this highway. In some Jacksonville man, speaking

for some time now. At this time respects we think of It as the at the local Chamber of Com-

of the year you realize there express tracks of a railroad merce banquet, said we are : FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM

are lots of pear trees and that and when you think about it lucky here in that we still

almost every farm has one or for a moment it Is true. Cars have time to act, whereas in u f

!more of them.Strawberry. travel at the rate of 70 miles Duval County great damage has a co-

A Time For AmericansTo an hour legally, and in some already been done. '
cases in excess of that speed

and that is the rate of travel +

Look At ThemselvesEvery plants are adding of express trains. s. topics .rijI ;/

'their blooms to the spring show ,
and many of the berry plant- We are ahead here in one
ings are dotted with white from By PAUL C. FORAKER
respect, at least, in that the I
,the pretty berry flowers. The All of which calls for extreme City of Starke has a modern Editor. Information ServicesIs
plants seem to be'like a patient caution on entering the sewage-treatment r
plant and
ten years Americans takea are also distributed locally on the the
In the hospital and "are low of traffic and defensive waste products of the

good look at themselves to rein- basis of census population figures. doing as well as can be expected driving on the road, and while being treated before being city are released there a link between of the larynx and esophagusas

force the foundation of facts on whichto ," In view of too much getting off of it. The highwayis Into Alligator Creek. alcoholic beverages and can- caused by direct exposureto

base plans for the future courseof Government leaders from the high- rain and not enough sunshine an express route, with vehicles But much remains to be done, cer? alcohol, especially in

the Nation. est Federal authorities to local officials of all types travelIngat especially as far as our lakes Dr. G. E. Burch and Dr. drinkers who take their
will develop programs involving a high rate of speed and is ,are concerned and some steps Azam Ansari of Tulane Uni- drinks straight or in strong

potentially dangerous at all :are being taken to control that versity, New Orleans, recent. cocktails instead of mixed
Federal basis of what
This Is done through the billions of dollars on the We have an oddity at ., times. tituaUon. 83 who with water.
census of population and housing, and the census tells about the people and ,-, ly investigated men
were hospitalized cancerof However, Burch's and An-
the 19th In the series, stretching back their housing. 'President Nixon has, I -:' .- the pancreas over a six- sari's interest was primarilyin

without Interruption to 1790, will be said, "We know that unless a people, ';";'! 1"-, ". Bradford Clients year period. cancer of the pancreas, a

conducted on April 1 1. can be adequately informed about their'' f It ,s a woma.'s.itJiffm Sixty-two of these men, or glandular organ six to eight
present, they cannot make intelligent $45,864In ibout 75%, were "chronic al- inches long which lies across

AidThe :oholics. By this the two the back of the abdomen.For .
The census tells us what we are asa judgments about their future. : February
loctors meant a daily con- decades now, medical
Nation. We need a careful look at
:lumption of at least two or science has known that steady
ourselves at regular Intervals and the The individual need not about
worry three ounces of alcohol. The moderate to heavy drinkers .
will throw light on all the out information asked for Lithe Division of Family Ser duration 15 least chronic I
census giving By Martha Sue McCain ices provided financial assistance -] average was are given to at ,

changes that have taken place in recent census as all replies are secret, County Extension and services to more than years but two men out of pancreatic inflammation.

years. Questions will be on printed and held in strict confidence. Home Economics: Agent 300 thousand aged, blind, disabled the 83 had been at it for 50 Alcoholism is a problem

forms that will be sent by mall to persons and dependent years. here in Florida as it is across
In Including used this children in Florida during Feb- According to Burch's and the entire United States. One
every household. some areas, Under the system being Ansari's report, Americanan' Floridians fight

Bradford County, they will year the 65 million U.S. householdscan HANDBAG HAPPENINGS satisfy you now and in the tutu I ruary.In Bradford County, 1,263 per- British scientists have this way problem is to can be well

also be returned by mail for the first be their own census takers. Each : The shoulder-strap handbagis re. sons received assistance totaling rarely incriminated alcoholas acquainted with the facts regarding -

time. will receive a questionaire by mall, the current fashion leader. This Is the Bean Chowderso $45,864 Union County a link with cancer. But alcoholism and Flor-

on about March 28, and will be askedto Following this, are the soft many have requested. had 415 persons receiving this is not so of their French ida Alcoholic Rehabilitation

For 80 per cent of the households fill it out as of April 1, accordingto pouches, roomy box bags, sat- $18,323; Clay County had 1,216 Dutch, and German counter. Program can help you here
chels, and totes. There are a BEAN CHOWDER $35,258 and parts.In different -
persons receiving ; We mention our 60
there will be about 23 questions, requiring enclosed instructions. In some areas multitude of handsome Amerl- One cup dry beans 1 1/2 Baker County had 485 persons 1954, a Frenchman reported pamphlets and bro-

perhaps 15 minutes to answer. the census forms will be mailed back, :1 can leathers and "lea the r- 'quarts cold water, 1 cup diced receiving $16,839.Average an 84% incidence of chures from time to time in

For the other 20 per cent there and in others they will be picked up); ,| likes," Including grained (carrots 1 cup tomatoes, 1/2 payments per person heavy drinking among per- this column. Each deals with

will be an average of 69 questions, by a census taker. The new methodis smooth, waxy, brushed, suede cup shredded green pepper 1 were: Aged, $48.62; Blind, sons with cancer of the alcoholism in some vital way,

requiring about 45 minutes to answer.It expected to save time and moneyif i, and clear and crinkly patents. I onion, chopped fine; 2 teas- ,$57.21; Totally Disabled esophagus. In 1937, two other and each is available, free
!, Most leathers will have a tag, poons salt, 2 tablespoons uncooked ,$55.49; Dependent Children, Frenchmen noted'that non- of charge, for the asking.
those who receive the census | "Genuine Leather," to'identi- cracked wheat, or 1 ,$22.83; alcohoilcs rarely appeared The address is FARP's Information -

is impossible to overstress the cooperate as they should. I fy It from the simulated lea- tablespoon flour, 2 cups milk Welfare checks (grants) to among victims of this typeof Services Box 1147,

importance of taking the time to put 1 there few grains pepper. needy persons in Florida during cancer.In Avon Park, Fla., 33825.

these facts on record. Crucial decisions These changes and the intense efforts I I An ideal accessory for pants. Wash the beans; add the cold ,February totaled $9 1/2 mil 1930, a German scientist FARP also maintains a

affecting every person in the Nation being put into them should im- 1 maxies, and the long torso I water and soak overnight. CookIn lion, with the state paying over suggested that chronic alco- film library and will loan
i i look is the shoulder strap hand- a covered pan until the beans $2 million and the remaining holism "predisposes" to can-
depend upon the accuracy and com- prove the accuracy of the 1970 measure bag. It may have pockets and begin to soften, then add the $7-plus million paid by matchIng cer in general continued these films free of charge

pleteness of the census. of the nation's population and progress. I pouches, hardware of all kinds j vegetables and continue to cook Federal funds. Burch and Ansari. within the State of Floridato

It is important to Bradford County buckled effects, or stitching. until tender. Add salt and addition to welfare checks, And as early as 1928, Carl bona fide groups request-

To begin with political power hingeson that the full count of its population I I| The pouch has lots of space I cracked wheat or flour mixed many recipients also benefit Krebs, a Dutch scientist succeeded ing them far enough in ad-
Inside and it compliments the with little cold water. Stir. from medical services vance. You're invited to
a purchased ; in producing experi-
the since official benefits I
census be '
shown as so
many write for a list of avail-
\ i figure-molding fashions. Cook about 30 minutes. Add for them by.the DIvi- mental cancer of the colonin
population figures are used to deter- apportioned on this basis. You can do- I| An overwhelming demand for II milk and pepper. Heat to the I sion. Hospitalization and prescribed white mice after applica- able films together with a

mine the fair apportionment of seatsin your part by returning your census i crinkled patent-- and more boiling point and serve. medicine services_go tion of 50% alcohol for vari- short summary of each.

Congress, as well as in State and form promptly and accurately. crinkled patent-- marks the ; I I to recipients Of Old Age, ADC, able periods of 84 to 647 days. Remember If you're a

local legislative bodies. Federal funds I spring market. It's popularity I Aid to Blind, and Aid to Per- U. S. scientists have often Floridian FARP belongs to

"brings a trend to soft, casual Unions Demand manently and Totally Disabled. theorized that much cancer you!
I I bags. Nursing home care is financedfor

I Top color for spring is red, More FeatherbeddingSeven the aged, blind and the -"I..................'....".'................" ......._..._..."'_o<."''''''''' <. .5..< .... ._ ._-
followed by white, navy, and i disabled.WORTH: """' /A."""' CWdJCC4 "<<_ 0UV o: : !o r %.1'8Y'.Vfi r.OQJp,

two-tone effects. Be on the railroad unions with "

i lookout for larger bags and about 340,000 members, or KECRtAJION
the use of designer names. : NEWS I
more than 60 per cent of all '

SHOPPING FOR FLATWARE railroad employees, have now

The Bradford County I ..__ .. Flatware may be sterling silver agreed to the 11 per cent wage 'i r rf Gt::=4vnvJ.rise': : ':: : dx..r.44.: '".: :CiY m-mW': ; +4 D4E

.. stainless steel silver- J1L [t @
TELEGRAPH Il plate, or dirilyte and if madeof increase settlement.The i STARKE BUILDERS COP downed Jackson Building Supply
with ease, 74-62, to take the
ESTABLISHED 1879 rte""' i"I7 solid metal It never wears new wage pact will cost ABOUT LEAGUE tourney.

._. out. It is sold In sets place the railroads estimated additional Builders ended the
.,, settings, or open stock. ,1970 Bantam League season in
$700 million a year in first place but had to'fightCarp's. ENTRY DEADLINETO
Flatware be ornate
r'' \ may direct labor The "Each of us, I think has MEN'S RECREATION
d7uBill.FLOR l. semi-ornate or plain. Plain or expenses. an- .
waMeaa accepted the absolute necessity SOFTBALL LEAGUE SET
Builders finished the season
nual labor
semi-ornate is easier to care bill is currently cal-
Freely give.-(Matt. 10:8) 6f involvement as citizens and with record of 8 4 Carp's TUESDAY, MARCH 17
E 5 S for and will go with most other culated at about $5.5 billion, a ,
I One of the ways in which we table appointments. Plain pat- businessmen in the urban Store took second place with Nine Teams were represented'
bless- and comprises over 52 per cent problems of times. Let 7-5 Cadillac Uniform 5-7 at the meeting to form a Man's
open our life to greater terns show scratches easier. our me ,
A S S O O ings is through the act of giv- The quality of sllverplate depends .of total rail operating expenses. make this observation : Our and Koch Drugs 3-9. Recreation Softball League heW
ing. It is impossible to give upon how the base metal I ''ultimate goal is not to offer In their season ending tour- Tuesday, March attheSlarke \ Recreation Dept. Deadline for
anything away! Giving is a is finished, the amount of silver the non-wage area the'welfare in any'form; it is to ney, Starke Builders proved team has been for
;, in the plating late"I civw size issue has not been they wen League Champs by entry
of God in which opportunityin
part of the law standard every winning the tourney downingCarp's Tuesday night March 17, 170.
the good that is shared is re- I best "A-l" Is and resolved and the unions are form. Our obligation is not to Store In the finals 46- 8 p.m., at the Recreation Office.
X. ,L. MATTHEWS: J.w.-: ........ 'turned multiplied. We only forced.how well Better the plating is silver-rein- making efforts to restore perpetuate dependency; it is to 37. Plans are to open league I play;

PMMWM4 each Thursday Me entered rsay quality about 16,000 firemen diesel roadblocks In early April.
the that
need to try giving love away. plate will have extra silver on remove i. .
CUM Matter .!' Ole Pest Office a' Sturke, rieUwfer Friendship and happiness return at the points of greatestwear-- locomotive crews. It is esti- stand in the path of self-devel BADCOCK DOWNS .
Plaitie- .
bigi ate( Ikeantwcit
Act *f March M. 1J79.erl in such quantities that the}bottom of the spoon bowls mated that the railroad eliminated : opment." JACKSON IN FINALSOF prabboi .e
tp gu, .Lieslake
.... >>1Ioa |. trad.'area: 1 ,.. **.* MEN'S TOURNEY
; Ovteitferm we are amazed at how little and fork tines.Remember almost 30,000 firemen -J. D. Wright, Chairman rid el ear trtih. It

area: l year LM. love is required to bring forth : to choose a pattern under an arbitration award & Chief Executive Officer Furniture League waltzed champs Into Badcock the finals a 0(00 lomger te n gar '

. L rewarding: results. life .you that expect will fit to lead the type and to.oJ which expired in March 1966. TRW. Inc. of the Men's Tourney and out haiL how .. yet rt* of the Nasde

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CHURCH Grace United ACTIVITIES!: Methodist: : Sunn

day school. 9:45: a.m.; Worship.i. \
services 11 a.m. anl:! 7:30: pjnMYP LkL' M SAVINGS
6 p.m. The WSCS met

Tuesday': evening of last], iwelc. _
at the church. '
First Baptist: Sunday School
9:43: ajn.. Worship service
11 ajn. and 7:30: p.m.. Tram
dug Union 6:30: p.m.., Mi .services Wednesday 7:30: p.m. ;

se-vices.: Church of Goi: : Sunday: 0'H -)

|YPE Highland Thursday Baptist 7:30: :p.m.: Sunday( OD STOR ,/ -lowlRj:'RlMit! [MMi:' ::." tWE'EKLtE; 4.tS"" S :Stl;: : (fGKii'R ,$ ), _i )
School. 9:45
: a.m.; Worship service ::: ,
*. 11 ajn. and/ 7 p.m.Prayer -J- _
service Wednesday 7 p.m.;
Choir Practice Thursday 7p.m. .;r PRICES GOOD MARCH 12.- IS
Friends of Mrs. H. H. Price ,,
will regret to Earn that. she Is & ;
a Hospital.patient la Bradford County. : STEAK lB. $139WD 3 % FLORIDA GRADE "A" WHOLE

Friends of Mr. an:*! Mrs.' Har.
Old Higginbotham! will be pleased ,
to know that they daughter. BRAND PURE HANDI-PAK GROUND
Robin Is ,at home again
after two weeks' serious Illness ; d=rop a $

;in paLaesvllle.University Medical Center, BEEF 3S$169

ff We regret to note the death
W; Mrs. Joe Lane in Delani.
mother Selm-U- Eunice
and all other relatives
have sympathy; of their friends.
The home of M-s. O. J. Phillips
was the setting' for a. family w, CUTUP LB.
dinner last Saturday even- _

ing. Those attending were Mr. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF BONELESS DELMONICO kw t r,.,_w5ts _._ FRYERS 37c
and Mrs. Coleman Phillips! and
children of Macclenny Mr. $159
and Mrs. Fate Redd of Macon.
Ga... :Mr. and Mrs. Leslie. Phillips .
and::!; sons of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips
and family of Starke and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill asking and Mrs. ROASTIB.
Phillips' sister-in-law. Mrs.
Lois Carter. LB.78c
Afternoon callers were Mr. W-D BRAND
and Mrs. Derrell McClellan of E-Z CARVE OVEN-READY
Waldo: and Mrs. Bron Register J
of Jacksonville.Mr.
and Mrs. John Morris of RIB I ROAST
Jackson. Ala. spent the weekend STEAK LB.98c
with Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Priest and Lamar. _
Mr. and (Mrs. H. E. Priest' ,
Lamar Priest Chuck Norton. _
and Mr. ani::! Mrs. Morris attended
Quantity Right R..rved
a family get-together WINN' DIXII STORES,, 'INC.-COPYRIGHT1970
Sunday at the home of MrS.
brother and in NM N 6
Priest's family t
Cedan Key. celebrating. the U S. CH CE '
birthdays of Mr. Day. Mrs.
PrIeSt land their sister! Mrs.
George R. Sununerlln, of Lake
LB.There's .
City. You can pay less for meat and have it cost you morel
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyett
more to value in meat buying than just the price.
and children attended 1 the family
( reunion! of Mr. (tBoy tt'a uncle Don't pay steak prices for extra bone, fat and gristle..Ovr; /
and! aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. ASTOR ALL GRINDS meat experts carefully trim all W-D Brand steaks andCOFFEE
W. Creel In Lake City on roasts of excess bone and fat before they're weighed and

Sunday. sold. Get lean, tender meat you can eat. Be sure, shop withus
Miss (Flossie Rosier spent!; the for the real BEEF BARGAINS.Cooking .
weekend in Alachua. WIth:, Mr.
and Mrs. Burton' Walker and
attended the Rains family reunion Limit ono ot your choice with$S 0'more pucha.nlcluding cia,."..
in Pinetta on Suniay.' CHASE AND SANBORN ASTOR Limit an.of you choic.with S5 food order..cluding ciga,.".. KLEENEX WHITE OR ASSORTED

Mr. and Mrs. WaUoer and Mr. COFFEE Oil. ;LE; 35C Facial Tissue '4 BIG' $] 00
and Mrs. Roy Paulson accompanied ROLLS
Rosier home and
visited: Mrs.with her In ''Uie afternoon. LB. CRISCO-Llmit on.oil your choic with$3 food order excluding cla,.".. ARROW WHITE OR ASSORTED

S9C Cooking Oil 24'0.. 39C Towels I 4 ROTS $|)00
A recent visitor of Mr. eM I BOTTLE Paper .
Mrs. A. E. Massey was thelf kiNG SIZtBold THRIFTY MAIDApple

'niece Ocala.Mr. and:Miss Mrs.Sarah ReeD Hogue Norman of CAN 1-LB Detergent size, ? 99C Sauce. 8 No.CANS 303 $|)00


Sunday.and Mrs. Truman: Norman on Loaf Bread 4 LOAVES' 9 1 Fruit Cocktail. 4 No.CANS 303 $)JOO

Mrs. Wylte! Smith and Mrs.
DavId Lastlnger/ of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Daisy! Starling Bleach $
Arrow .29c Beans 6 CANS ])00
visited Mrs. Smith's son In . .
Center on Sunday.

Thursday Miss Elizabeth through Terry'the weekend spent Rolls 2 'K 39CBERRIES Gold Corn 6 CAN J $] 00
with Mrs. C E. Strickland In SUPERBRAND GRADE "A' PKGS. . !
and! !Mrs. J. E. Teflon
visited! Mrs. Robert Milton and
Mrs. Leslie Paavy In Ocoee on LGE. EGGS
and Mrs Paul Dinklas
and David of St. Augustine'
spent Sunday with Mr. and POTATOES5LB.
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and Mr. and
"Mrs. C. L. Carter. '
Thursday and Friday visit .<'y'y .

or of Mr. and Mrs. Duck: and .......:.: ... DOZEN .
Cindy was Mrs. Vera Brookln ,... SAVE 40c Ba
of Columbus, Ga. Other visitors FRESH RIPE
on Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs Chuck Majors of Starke '

of Miami. Sweet Peas 6 O J $))00 Juice c 5 CAN $100
\ Mr. end Mrs. L. G. Teston Orange ;r:2i: : !

jl visited her mother Mrs. Robert CRACKIN. GOOD BIRDSEYESaltines

. Milton In Ocoee last Sun sox ))9C Cool .2.$1)
I day.Visiting: Mr. and Mrs A. D. Whip. .r.-. .

Dobbs during the week: were CHEK ASSORTED TASTE O'SEA PERCH

j I Johnson Mrs. Q. Dobbs of Jacksonville.and Mrs. Lzzl Ern Soft Drinks 5 2NoS.:: SSc 3 Fish Fillet ': '.'". .2 P m: $1)

est Dobbs and son Jerry, of
Tallahassee were
; Saturday. Jerry has enlisted lathe Breakfast e'" SAVE $
Inst. : S9c Ice Cream 2 l
Naval Reserve and will beleevlna' : PKOS)
Burney Dobbs
end. son were Sunday vI6ltor5I .) Flour 5 L B. 39c Cream Pies .Tl".3 89C

I ADDDfa .d . . BAG FOR
UACHTNEStMl : afas-
I ....&. Add "'Wac&. ....* b**.- QUART
39c Meat Dinners 39EXTRA
I m-.- Bradford Comaty: T.UGLASS Mayonnaise JAR EACH

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Y : I I 4I-'(-GREEN--STAMPS--. ,.' I EXTRA.4'X....-GREEN-wwr STAMPS-N..r w ::,:: VtNl Lettuce Rlfl. . NIAD119c PUSH Potatoes OCIIN HCAOS .10 .- 79e .:I:::1 I I EXTRA Jt WItM*Mlww GREEN 4 MUMM STAMPS.N.vtTnf1ll M ::: I EXTRA e.cI'J..(...GREEN..........._STAMPS__...... :,
4 FOR EVERY PURPOSE 1 0 IOt1......a' .0.W ou.. DfUO"0011,..AMf.CANp CHIP :I ICh. : Tomatoes I' 33e Cabbage. L' 10C :',: Ry W ONS 0 CHOfPIO| >'AC Slip) .: y ONI<>'.''<() :
,' /' Gr..n"NANOFPAS a... eJR/ .... Fwd. I:, u 1 N..t IWIIT.JUICY ....H.IINOK : /1' Sl.ak.tt.t : JYE PI.ISh.ll. :

Mirrors /1' 6000._THeIl,....MAJlCH_...,I. Na.3.OOODNSU......._..MAle"__....,IS :,i Oranges 5 .1:0 59e Asparagus >' 49C :'I No.0000 4 ?,?THiU. .MASCN. .t/ 1: wOOODINMI Na.5 ... MAKH... J
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To Collect First Baptist District Supt. r......... .,,. :'.>, "v >;..."; ..
Goodwill ): .' ,:: ? #reg; #'>'f.1,1p(.. A1.p,,,,,,}:" 1if / ,
At ''l' .
Bags To Preach 0 .
Revival Set ; ;r) r' / $or'i; ; :
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This SaturdayThIs For March 15-22 First MethodistDr. ', 1 f. f.1 "'mkl/fj':; ,: ,;.', >..' ( < "h" :Sl" H' t; #>ir.' >> <>'i"p" ;' r :

William W. Roushto", ..tU""A..2";JjJIi/j/ffh/4JfJF/' ; :.i ,:,';" :'Mjr: ,:; "i'C ;;'d't'r': : ; ,:; f1J; > }' :.

Saturday March If, la Revival services will be held D'p'rlet! : Suterlntjndent of the >%::1t'ri1t; .;> ; :2i't1f"' .: ; %A,. ., : h .. nL"ty.\" ., .<1", :

Scout Good Turn Day for Goodwill at the First Baptist Church In Gainesville District of the Uni- (''.,jJJtWk) ';<'>0>;1lJ&',' JZ1tWilffA'1 ;li ; .A' .>\.."tA'Yi : .(JJ.,1Jivrfj. ;' '''';'', w''" .,
Industries. March will : .; '
; ,
Starke starting Sunday Church
ted Methodist :< ,,< ':ii> ,'" ufx" ',' ..
15, and continuing through Sunday at the First United Vu' ,''''' '-r1 'i1-t: >.>.. >I.: i."t"-1' h.a'\ ;;:ay4wm.iR:'i'11:: '!"!''f.'v'v"" ':: j.*y,: ,<;1,.:..' ; :
preach ? "i'i J"M
: '(f$2 n < t:0.. : >>,. .. ., < :
; ,
ANCal: Scouts passed out 300 March 22. Methodist Church In Starke on : ... /. :;.t.<>'f/"""$>,'>:,:",s> ? 'y'W"'? >>'''';;J",1'/('h"' ,->",,..'?-pJ.f"'>,, u
Goodwill bags last Services will be held at 12 ( 15, at the 11 n,"" : ; '
Saturday, Sunday March :::::: '01.1-/'H; ,'%%i't: ;$i.fr1'J/
and will be back this Saturdayto noon and 7:15: p.m., Monday a. m. Worsh'P, SsrvJce. == "" 'uFr _
pick them up. Scout leaders through Friday, and 11 a.m. Dr Roughton was appointed! :

ask that bags be placedon and 7:30: pm. Sundays. Lunch District SupemJlendent. of the ..URCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
the front porch before 9 will be served at the church Cainesvllls District In June EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; School. 10 aJn.: MornIng Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
a.m. Saturday, the Scouts each week day at noon. CHURCH OF JESUS !CHRISTOF Sunday Worship. 11 a.m.Youth. ,:
as 1969 alter serv'ng for !three Rlghw>17f-123. N41 tU\ftM\ of: Morning Worship and Oommun- Worship. 11 .. m.; Evening' Morning
will be out early, picking them The evangelist will be Bobby LATTER DAY SAINTS "'' Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Prac-'
Superintendent ion 11
years 95 District \ Laws)'. Sunday School IQtun,,. Service a. m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m.; :PraJUMeetlnlf
Britt of Birmingham Ala., who 1404 E. .,
Bessent Road
UP. Wednesday p.
of the Tallahassee district! Morning Worship U15. Sunday .- services 6:00.Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday lice,
has been outstanding successIn ,
'The North Florida Council evangelistic an work for 13 of the United Methodist 1404 East Bessent Rd.SundayPriesthood. Night ServIc 6:30.--Rev. Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. Saunders pasAlORGAN : -. Rev. Robert D. Burch"GRACE
Church. Prior to.llh! % he servo R. L. Bennett pastor. p. m. Minister Jack P. Ben. tor
i L.
In 14 counties of
operates years. 8:30 a.m. ROAD CHAPEL
of First United
red pastor
and friends of -
A total of All members
Northeast Florida. Church In Fort Lauderdale, Sunday School, 10 ado Sacra- Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday
8,000 Scouts throughout area the church are Invited to attend vINE UfiVKL: BAPTIST Highway 100-A
Ooss Memorial Un'ted Methodist ment 6 p.m. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School 11:00 a. m. Morning
will attempt to reach the goal all services during the Sunday School, 10 a. m. Merging .
Church in Orlando and MondayMIa 7:30: pin. CHURCH Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 10 am. MornIng
of 22,000. filled bags, set for week. Community! United Methodist ;Tuesday Primary 4::30 p.m. Worship. 11 *. m. Pre-Ser- Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-., Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship,' 11. Training UnIon
thn rlrivA.The
vices (Booster Band. YoungPeople
Church In Fort Pierce. 'Wednesday Relief Society tag Worship at 11. Evening) 1I11.P. 7 p.m. Evening Worship
CARD OF THANKS Dr. Rcuhton will also speak:\ r:30: p.m.JORDAN. and Prayer Service), 6 /Worship 7. James Show. Wednosdar-7:3U: Wednesday 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.
bags, when filled with Clara p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. vices, 1st and 3rd
late Don
household The family of the at i the Annval! Wealsyan! Service:" Pastor. 8pm. Rev. Drawdy.Pastor ,
clothing and small Eunice Lane gratefully acknowledges 3ulld meeting of the Gainesville MISSIONARY :Midweek Service Wednesday night-l: 0 p. m. Family night. .
Items, will provide a backlogof the ec's of Jdrvd- 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D.,
material for the many D'strlct on S'mday. March BAPTIST MISSIONU. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Goodwill working rehabilitation center ness expressed 'fey all. The flor- 15 at 2 p.m. h fre sanctuary 8. 301 North, behind Tutee pastor. BROOKER. FLA. Airpark Baptist Church JpNGSLEY I' XAKE,BAPTIST- -

for handicapped Individuals. al tributes food ear's telephone of the Starke Ch-irch. The local :Freea Drive to. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.: Morn. Sunday. School 9:30: ;.Tralnlnl
calls, end yavers offered W-slevon Rcrvlc G.TJl'.l.: with School 10 a.m. Worship Ser HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron Ing Worship 11:00 ..m.: Evening Union 10:15 am.; Morning

All persons who received bags during this ttnw of teretve-: Mrs. Den mrtfsrforrc' as P es.Wert vice 11 a.m. and 7 PJM. Prayer (Highway 100 at Theresa. ) Bristol. Superintendent.: Training Worship 7:00 p.m.; Wed. :Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Warship
are asked to cooperate with the men!! will lonst rma'n In our will serve a, host for the Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sunday School!-10 a. m. Union. 6:43: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting
drive by filling them and putting memory. Mother brothers. meeting Dr. RouK ''ton will in- ..-Leroy Olive pastor. ; K. L. Morning Wor.hlp--ll a. m. Douglas Director. Worship 7:00: p.m. Study on Book ol 7:30: Mltedneaday.' '
AM !Msters.SBB Services 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Psalms C. J. Sheffield, Pastor
them out early jSaturday. stall tile newly elected officers riftla.. .uaoclate pastor. Training Union-6:30p.m.: Outlaw, music director. Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert W st.
following the program. Evening WOl'Shlp--7:15 p. m.
SB l s s' s BBB SJi %Bj. S :DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Night Prayer Services HEILBRONN BAPTIST
i BROOKER -' -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle HIGHWAY ISN. NEW HIVtvH tfAPTIa" ;
Mrs. Clara E. Lane +V unday School 10-.Ja.. Worship ,packham, pastor Sunday CHURCH\: School 9:45: a. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday Sunday School, 10 ,a. m.Morning -
'Services 11 am. and 7 11. Training Sunday J Worship, 11 a. m. Training;i
Services Held
REVIVALHOPE pjn. Training Union, 6 pjn.Rev. .- .GK.Vtf Morning Worship Evening Ser- School 0:45: a'm. Morning Woe ,[Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship
AM BAPTIST CHURCH Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Sex
10:4 m.
In Jacksonville Con pastor. ship : a |II(8 i p. m. Wednesday night setS
.. Lacj Midweek Prayer Service -
: Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mora- Mos!, 7:30.: vice 6:30: p. m. Midweek Sal vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel-
log Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. 7:30.: vice, Wednesday.! 7:15: p. m. '; Parker orator
:x>me-L. L. ,
BAPTIST CHURCH -..8. Clara Eunice Lane 49, CHURCH OF GOD m.Rev.. Fred. Johns, pastor._._ -Rev L. Tommy Howe PaaborWWUjW -Charles Reese minute
died March 3 In De- 422 N. St. ClaIr St., fitarke. -: .... .
Tuesday ,
land, following a heart attack. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -- __ c._ ...____ ___ __ .n. .___ .,..
((8 miles!' South of Starke on Hwy. 100) She was the daughter of the Services, U a. m. ,an>d 7:30: p.

late J.S. (Jule) Eunice and m. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:30:

"Selma Trevatt Eunice.A pjn.-Rsv. Y. W. KIM. pastor. Straight as an Arrow t
Rev. Merle Packham, Pastor graduate of Bradford High

School Mrs. Lane taught at FIRSt ASSEMBLY OF COE: I
the Clay Hlu School for a short OF STARKE ,
time betore her marriage.: She
MARCH 16-22 7:30 NIGHTLY resided In Deland for the last West Weldon St. and Ralford In Archery you score only when you hit the :
25 years wnere sne was an
active member of Calvary Bap- Sunday School: 10:00: a.m.' target. To score well you must have straight ___ .
tist Church. 11:00: a.m. C. A. Services: 7:00:

Rev. Chester Wampler Surviving Mrs. Lane are her pjn. Evangelistic! Services. arrows.

husband, Joe; a daughter Wednesday. ; No Mid-Week Str-

Karen, and a son, Edward; two vice.Pastor
Evangelist brothers Harold and J.S. Eu- : T. E. OlUey When you attend church it makes it easier
nice, both of Lawrey; and three .
Jacksonville:; Florida sisters Mrs. Essie Green, Superior -
the The church wants
SMYRNA: IUSSIOSRYBAPTIST to stay on straight path. ,
Aria.; Mrs. Euia Bary

Jacksonville! ; and Mrs. Sally 1 W3 W. Pratt St.CHURCH Sunday ser- to help you in all ways of life, but can only
Thompson, Lawtey.
Funeral services were Held ricer: Sunday: School, 10 a. m
BIBLE PREACHING last Friday at the Aiien-Sum- Preaching E 11 a. m. Training do so if you stay within its circle. Attend

merhlll Memorial Chapel In Jnlcn. 3:43: p. m. Evening War '
WARM FELLOWSHIP Deland with Rev. L.A. Coldlng hip, 7 p. m. Everyone leome. church and know the joy of a good life. r ) c

NURSERY PROVIDED 'offlclating.lnterment was In Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor, '
Oakdale Cemetery Deland.
CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS "For God /is not the author of confusion, but

Ever Welcome. LEGAL FORMS Bradford CHURCH of peace, sn churches/ of the saints."
one County Telegraph. Ph. Sunday School 9:45: a.m., -
984-6305. Morning Worship 11 a.m.,

Youth Service 5:30: p.m., Evening vp.ElV7Nf;
Worship 7 p.m. == ,a
Thursday night Prayer Meeting == ':;
7:30 pjn.y >::it3 :II 1 : Uc:$> ,Fw7

YOUTH NIGHTSATURDAY *' '*jyy Luke, Pastor. L 'P )I) S Y1rM
-<'"'.t'0I 'I. i .. .
\ igppne Church. h Gads oppolnttd "agency" In rhl,
-_ V world for isrtodinj Hit knowledge ol Mil bra '
: lor man and ol Mil demand'lor mon lo ratpondlo aA
ISuniay) : :Morning Worship, 9:45: : hot toot by "bring" hit ntljhbor. Without
Sunday School, 11. Sunday I this grounding In Iho lava ol' God, no govtramont '

NIGHT MARCH 14th Evening Worship, 6 pjn.Train- = i or witty or way ol, Hit will long "I
Ing Union, 7:30.: ,'Ii. ptnmrt and Iho freedoms which wo hold M I Att
Thursday Teachers and Officers dial will lna.llobly poriih Thor.I.". even "4 ,
7:30 P.M. Meeting 6:30.: Prayer t:, Iram a wlflin" point ol ltw,ont ihould support" :C
Meeting 7:30.Edward: 'Ii. the Church to,tho who ol the welfare ol'him. '

C. Harvey, pastor> : ff ull and his family loyond Mat however, I f \
CHURCH 1'l every p.nanAauld' uphold and partlcipoto In _
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL itio Church fcicouu H tolls Hit truth' about --

SPEAKERS' TOURNAMENT CHURCH STARKEr f. man's lilt, death and dtitlny, the truth which I'
Holy Eucharist 8:30: a.m., alone 'bee to llvt as child ol'
SWORD DRILL 1st. 2nd and 3rd Sundays. 4th God lwlhl2m :
Sunday, .
CHIRSTIAN FILM Cluirch School Miming, 10 a.m.Prayer Family <;;I(.- -- r i:: ic:: _f ',.

Service at 11* Col.mpn Ad..s.... .


For The/ }Jr} hole Family Sunday Church Worship I School! 11', ..
9:45: : Mornln!
MYF Snack *,upper 6; \SYF< :
meetings 6:30: ; EveningWor! I WILLIAMS BRADFORD STARVE
ship 8.MoivJiay. SUPPLIES Inc.'t
: Girl Scouts, 3:13: : JEWELRY ABSTRACT CO. te ;
TRAINING DEPARTMENTREV. Hospital Auxiliary lit Fellowship :
1 Featuring
Ace Hardware :
7:30. Better Service For Your
Hall. :
Official( Class Rings Complete Paint
T.Ie9d11yBrown''s.! ''! 315.; Supplies :
LAWRENCE CARROLL, DIRECTOR WednesdayCht1dren's'Chatr Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting.Goods :
Church Library \ BULOVA WATCHES
Rehearsal. : :
"Check With Us First"
5 Prayer Abstracts :
open. 3:30: to ;
Meeting and BlVe Study 7:30.:: 142 W. Call St. Starke 219 .
Washington St.
Thursday! -Girl Scouts. 3:15: : Phone 964-7064 Title Insurance .:
r-- Youth Choir Rehearsal' 7: .' ..

Chancel Choir Rehearsal. 7:30.: 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 .r -, ..
diJFIRST Saturday Confirmation J
Class 10. c

. t t DeW.tt Pastor T. Paraoee, Jr. FAULKNERGULF"' ;

Ph. 084-7241
STARKE I Tire TruIngHeadlight ( ;
Sunday School. 9:45: : Morn Adjusting .

BAPTIST CHURCHSunday t to.* by WoKhlo eV nge1'3t a* 11 B wVh bbYBr mes-! t. Brake Service HAUL RENTALS .:
Training Union. 6:15: ; Evening Wheel Balance and : o.If';: Truck Trailer : i 0

Worship '1::30. massage 'AlignmentPROMPT .. f
Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 .Complete Lubrication.
brought by i
12 Noon and I Monday through Friday (Revival ROAD SERVICE %f.RR;*rRECKEK ERVJCEHlwa1' Minor Tune-Ups. ,.
schedule): Lunch and
March 15 ) 7:15 P.M. revival service. 12 noon; evening An Minor Repairs and 100 ,tell N. Temple Avenue : f

'. MondayThru revival service 7:15.: 617 N. Temple Are. SUrkeBRADFORD ",- -'- 301 PHONE 964-5899
Primary f
I 'JT.1eSr.YJunior(? \ :! Choir

Thru Friday, Choir 3:35.: Junior'I'OA., .. ri- <10 S. Temple SUrke SS$
4:15.: < l

Sunday 11 A.M. and -W. A. Hogan Pastor. TELEGRAPHOFFICE COUNTY FLORIDA ,,S

7:30 P.M. .
$ EDWARDSGrocery
Sunday School 9:45: ; MornIng TYPEWRITERS i

SundayS''I'I Worship, 11: Youth ChO: and Market ONTROL ,
Practice 4:30: ; Youth Fellow ADDING MACHINES .. i
hip Supper. 5:45: Training .
Groceries Meats Feed I DOMICAL O.
Union! 6:15: ; WMS Prayer Cir f r,
I '.
t EVANGELIST BOBBY BRITT t cle. 7:15; Evening Worship PHOTOCOPIERS: from "'.50 GAS AND OIL .
.7:30. to $62J. Taks the/ drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starker Fla. :
Wednesday* Family Nigh of paper work.A' .- Jack and Gladys Edwards
Supper. 6:30: : Prayer :Meeting Phone 964-5745 for FREE :
min MINfTIAM, AT.A. 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice LEO I. fO"M': tJ. S. 301 South Stark ,
Inspections and Estimates .. :
t I tlMr. '::30.
Britt has been in evangelistic work for 13 years and has been Denton SumraH, pastor. __!AY. RO1 ilHV&I.OPKS'- e PHONE. 964-5312- .- .;.
outstandingly succes1lnl.Ue .

Invite all our friends and neighbors to share! in the services with ADDING MACHINES: Maa.. .

Lunch will be served each day, Monday thru Friday March 16-20, real or electric. For sale '01'I'eIIt. t: By ThoiitfWe Serve In Tw/klve/ Northeast Florida. Counties pIq.Our Members LhreBetter_ !

services will follow as we sit around the table. Come see .hre with us Add attract, credit bJ- .
ace. Bradford County Ttfe.graph. ElfttrkaJl7"-Xe, toae Height : lioh4i 47J49HScouts '. err

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tofc >CI> Mlt C.o.t7a M.."* ton 29 Fedders Air Conditional L"'
1. No. VWBI.IO of Ilia Florida ..
Hta 4
Unknown >
lclal Clrcmlt OC \
df.. No-tree Is given that the undsrlned : No 27 RCA Air ndltanter In the 1969 Regular BeuPon of
And Foe Bea ri c..t 29 Madison theotFlor! !
Nov desDapnrtmint hot the Florida State LieglsjaAure.
Civil ActlCas .. Petitioner. Delilah WashIngton Has Heater
No. TIN / ; whose residence address No. ao Dearborn Gas Healer Transportation. District Two James] D. Ward District BoKlneer -
Community r i Charts slmchara. Plaintiff TSPaulln Is P. O. Box 9*. Lawtey. Bradford No.No. 82 81 Dearborn Dearborn Gas HeaterNo will bold a public hearing) ooncernlns Florida Department otTransportation
Ruth Handanyan 81m. County Florid F Intends to 33 Wooden Office DeHlc. ",; the Five-Year Cw.isruo-
ahem Defsndaat.N apply to the Honorable George Dearborn Gas Heater tlon Plan of the Department of S-tl U S1IIn
: No. 24
* TO: Paulina Ruth Handanyaa Judicial Circuit In and for Old Court beginning July I, 1870 thruuga The Clvenl Crart. Of PIvrMaRlcktk
: ,% 'Q'QIt 8Imoh" 'Bradford County at his chambers Court and Call Streets., June 30, 1875. Thl. hearing will Judicial Clresl !. AsVer >.
You Aro Hereby Notf| udan that In the Bradford County Location et items by n.oo.m be held on March. 1810, in the Ifnidror4. .Conatr.Faustina .
action for Divorce has been !:o..urLhou.e..t 10:00 a.m., on Clerk' Office City Commissioners' meeting Car.'No: .
News llsd as aln.t you Pauline RuthUandanyan ... Petitioner 1970 or as soonthereafter No 1 Large' ComblnatlM\ Sat I,I room In the City "*". Lake Clty M. Lalit.... Plaintiff,
Simchsra and you .as may beheard Na a F..dd..r" AII' CondltlomNa r Florid .vsErnest. Lee Lester Defendant. -
era required to serve a copy of for an Order changln 3 Steel'Shelves'Counter 7' Hllrh :Y: Thl. hearing Is being" held to .
4 tt ,ln ; written defames. any to Petitioner's minor child's name .lve consideration: NOTICE OP tUITTO
t .four the plaintiffs attorney.whose from, Rosmetta Washington to 15'No.Long 4 Steel S'xS'xV: : 1 slty of .making any oA.ng.. tprojects : Brnsst Lee Lester
By Elizabeth Givens Walker 4 1 tr name and address IsHonorable Roaexetta Mae Johnson by which Included or to be In* 820 Blckstt Boulevard
-. ,. hv Ueorg H. Pierce name the minor child thereafter 1I1Rh Front Hall Down Stairs eluded In said five-year conatru Loulsburg1. North Carolina 17
.: P. O. Box 1039etarke. be known. ; 5 Large Counter with Lock ctlon plan and to hear request
I ', - ), Florida Dated at 8ta.rke. Florida. thli No for new" proJ.cta0 be added or t1You Are Hereby Notlflad. bat
RECREATION NEWS School at 10 a.m. Morning ser ri' and file the orlglaal with the 17th ""V..f February. 1970. Doors sheriff. office existing projects to be deleted. an action for divorce has benjonlsln .
Dtolll to said .
; Washington five-year
court MirrorNo.
cleric the above styled "
of ;
All Interested parents and vice at 11. Evening\ service, en or before March 30, 18701otherwise Delilah Winning-ton. Petitioner Noi. 7 8 WnoA Shelves d wllhlnuth.NOoroplAl t
citizens are asked to cooper 5 pjn. Visitors always welcome a Judgement may be Shaw. And Sanders Mapping Dept Room Counties within the said Dis requests the Court to award
142 West Call" St."tStel'ke. trict Two have been
entered against for the relief Desk requested that certain property owned by
you Wood
ate with Mr. Jackson in planting : demanded In ,thet complaint Florida. 82091 No. 8 Tax Co-lleotors Office tOo review their proposed (Secondary you and your wife, as t.n.ntabv
activities for the spring EBENEZER BAPTIST Church or petition. By Elsie 8. i dlandetaAttorney No 9 Mantle with Mirror Budget on this date at the the entireties located In
4 seal for Patltlonera Shelves following- appointed times: Bradford : County described" a*
Witness my hand and the Back
and summer. Planned activities Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. The of said Court on February a3. .se. It a-!> OW 1CnurtoRoom UpstairsNoi Columbia County 8:00 A.M. The SE% of of Soot I Ion
:an be profitable to the chilIren Pastor's first anniversary will 1970. I 14 Decorative Banisters. JJaker County 8:30 AM. I. Township 7 $South, Ranee 10Bast
be observed Thurs- \ SEAL) Jail-new CURD Union County 8:00 A. M. eontalnlnc to acr... more
both beginning (
physically and men- < -- D. GreenXs In The County Judge's Court Ot Old County Madison County 9:30 A. M or le.&
ally. Please give him your/ day, April 2,and terminate Sun Inman Clerk Of Said Court :lirnilford County, "'lurid... luPrubntct Office Na 17 120 *al. Fuel Oil Tank Nassau County 10:00 A. M. to your wife, Faustina M. Leatar
support. day at 3 p.m. All members and By Beulah M. Moody No. John N... 20 Clrcult..tlnar Oil Restercubldder day County 10:30 A.M. as a lump sum ae alimony
Freddie He Estate of Fred Lafayette 11:00 A. M. ant
Dinkins A. Deputy Clerk In : Hea.tef- County : you are required to serve a
friends are Invited to particl-i 8.5 tt 1-11I Attlternmn,, Decua ed. Successful. emu re. Alachua County 11:30 A. M. copy cf :your written defenses.
GIRL SCOUT WEEK pate In this celebration. Graduates In Notice To. CreditorsAll Duval County 1:00: P. M. If any. to It on Elsie S. Sanders.Attorney .
creditors of the Kstute: of tnove Board lot CountvrCom, Levy County 1:30 P. M. for Plaintiff -whoseaddress
Girl Scouts of Troop 626 will Regular service will be held I Fred John Aclterman, decoiUJed. Jn'l ?... .The. !ford County. JDIxle County 3:00: P. M. la 143 Wee Call Street.P. .
terminate the week of celebration Sunday, March 22, with Sundaj] Mortuary Science Isj The Court. Ot Tae ConsjtyJudge. are liorvby notified and required Florida reserve tthe rlsrht tOo roJect Su wan nee County 2:30 P. M, O. Box toes storks Fiori.....
: with a cookout Friday at.. School at 9:45. Morning service Bradford Couatr Florida to fllei any claims or demnnus any and all bids. TaylorCounty 3:00 P. 11091 and file the original; with
which they may otflceautlthe 8t J-29 Bradford County 8:30 P. S. the Clerk o-f the above styled
4:30 at the home of the leader. 10:45. BTU 5 pan. Eve- Freddie J.-DWdns, of Avon In Re Probate.In Estate of Minnie C. Bald estate In the Gllohrlst County 4:00 P. Court on or before March 80.
ning service at 6:30. The Sen Park, and a former residentof County Judge of Bradford Hamilton County 4:30 P. M. ; ... a
All asked to be Strlssel toroth:
girls are pre Deceased. County. Florida. In the Courthouse Notice Of Names Of Person* The proposed ,primary five beTOa'nte aralnat you
and enjoy the fun. ior Choir will sing for these Lawtey graduated on Feb- Tor All Creditors Claims Or And DemandsAgainst Persona at Sturke, Florida! within APP He Owners Ot year, work program for the > relief demanded In the ComplaintI
Having Abandoned
activities.Mrs.. Raynell Eng- ruary 28 from the Kentucky six calendar monthsfromthe Property year beg-lnnlnc July 1. 1970 !.
Said Estate: Hirst publication Section 13 O* June for .District I : : lIn.my seal
the to '
date of through 30 hand the
f.ent CHAPTER 168 ::1I h,'Reporter.: School of Mortuary Science You and each of you see of this notice, Each, claim or Chapter 717. Florida I Statutes. Two of 19751...rlda Department of said Court nn the anu 18th day
Chapter 168 will hold,, GREATER BETHLEHEM in Louisville. He Is the son of motlfled claims and and required demands to presentany which demand must be In writing and. Srt'tled "Florida. "*" 'uOW notice. of Transportation will 1 of February 1970.
ot ;
state the plauB-u Prop..rty Act be on display a.t the offices of
Free Will Baptist Church Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Dinkins or either of You may have must of UnclQlmed (SEAL
regular monthly meeting| and poet office address la her"by given that the pel'.ons the Clerks of the Circuit CourtIn Inman D. Oreen
Thursday March 19*. in the Jasper Williams, pastor. Sun- Sr., of Lawtey. against, estate of las Minnie of said C.Rtrlwel the claimant and must be aworn undabmed pr-ona be the each of the above Counties As Clerk of said Court

Masonic Hall on Brownlee St, day School. 9:30: ; MorningWorship Mr. Dinkins started his training County, to the County Judge' ofBradford tu in by his tne attorney tur ltltwlllObst owners? IntnnRlAle of property presume on five March dRY"13th.to the public hearlnc A.By Daputy Beulah. Clerk M. Moody
All members are asked to be at 11. Evening service as an apprentice embalmerIn County, Florida house, of at come vi>ld cording to law. ed o ahnntlon..d. This public hearing Is belnr 2.21 U 3.n
6 Choir hie office In the court ti-ChaYles M. Schmitt.Adll1lnleU'ator 90101-0002 .John!'. 1..L. noute held. pursusnt. to Section 334.21
present and on time. p.m. Monday night, Tampa in 1963, and! was aid County at Starke Florida. of the Estate Starke Fla. 32001 l I -
No. 1 rehearsal; Tuesday night, employed in this capacity; in within six calendar months ram of Fred John Ackermun deceas 9078S.000no 2. nor 136. III...... RuF1a. 1D..
Choir No. 3 rehearsal and Us- Avon Park from 1964 until he the date of the first publication 174. LawteY : "
iNAACP MEETINGThe of this notice. Each claim or demand ed. 1. nn" Safe-
regular meeting of the hers Board No. 2 will meet entered the Kentucky School in shall be In writing and 142 S-TCuRen West Call F. Shaw Street.Starl.e. tYDCounclLthv Joanna Sla"". P. I 'w & D TRACTOR SALES

.NAACP was held Wednesday Wednesday night Prayer Meet- 1969 where he graduated withan hall poet state office the place address otresldencaand of tone Florida ,O. l10x 526. Starke Fla 32091 Paul;

night at Mt Zion Churolt in Ing. Thursday night Circle wlT: overall B average. claimant: and shall be sworn toby Attorney Fubllcn"for Administrator.First All meet Friday night, Prays: Mr. Dinkins graduated from : 'the claimant his agent his o..n..rnl t concernln the i
Lawtey. members and interested attorney, and any such claim or 1970' :3-12 4t 4-Z\ Information the Box '75 ..;= LaCrosse Fin. Ph. Alachua: 462-2628
: citizens are invitedto Band will meat. Saturday nlghi, high school in Avon Park and demand not so flledi shall tae :amount mod' thnnrome and ad-
attend these meeting. dinner will be sold from the served three years in the U.S. void. pl'Oopertv obtained 1 OLIVER TRACTORS
BIOS of the .
Ann Bromley Eastwood Executrix SAI.D' BY 8KAI- dreen hobs x
kitchen. The Pastor officers Police ... <
and Army Military .
Commls- hy
D. B. N. C. T. A. of the The IJoard of County the prop..rtYhy : 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
HEROINES OF JERICHOThe are asking all membersfor is a former employee of Last Will and Testament of stoners of Bradford, County bids'fto'u'nTy ,, Ing I\n Inler..t. In Inquiry to Fred ; .

Heroines of Jericho, your full cooperation. the Florida Division of Cor- Minnie rat C.publication Slrlssol. deceased.F Feb. IS. ,.1970. Florida on will. receive' owned sealed,.by.. one52.W ,to11 nIoIr..lnlf DlcklnftOn... an Inlstrntnr, AhnnAnned -- I Implements. Sidewinder-4 Mowers, Holland
Lodge No. 18.will observe Palm rections and the Florida High- 2-26 4t3-l Board ( n. Dlvlslon' Cnp- Transplanters Cole
Sunday at Greater Allen Cha- way Patrol. He Is now employedwith and lIeted be1o107UnatltheOCuunt': nttm Planters
on April 8. I more to mm ilononrr unt John Rlue Ewe Flow and Others.
pel AME Church on March 22 GREATER"ALLEN.CHAFEL the Prevatt Funeral Home aR puh.IIRhe,1 ,
AME Church Rev. C.E. Jenk- in St Petersburg Pinellas I her. name and" nddreaa
at 2 All Christian
pjn. Isj The Circuit Court. Of Florid Free at tlia County of nwnerxhlp tw prnelrMrdto Combine and Hay Equipment
ins pastor. Sunday School 10 Park and Temple Terrace. He Wted.
Invited to attend. --Mrs. F.l-htti' Judicial Circuit 1st Aal Clerk> Office will be aC I'onl' 28. 1970.
Christine Dlggs. W.M. Mrs.A. a.m. Morning service at ll. will reside in St Petersburgwith For Ilrailford Couat,.. The followlnsr Items may be. the holder Iw lIIay be d"llv"rRd
; Of- will
The Choir Union will be held! his wife the former Anna Case No. seen at the County Clerk's ,the prnp"rlv ... TRACTOR KKPAIRS on ALL MAKES& MODELS;:
Chandler Secretary. Rev. In lie: Change of Name of dice Sloyse. ,:.. tho dtuMhettn ma must"aTrort .
C.E. Jenkins will deliver the at 3 p.m. with Allen Chapel Marls Ziegler of Avon Park. Minor Child: Kose-etta Wash IjtemnAlentlflcatlne ,, ."l theAdminlstratoT. .. r ,:".'1-!'-' '.. rr rj
Church serving as host All Inll'tOl\ No. 23 Norwe Air OoiidltJoner.! ,) to
al" fWHIlAiine
message. members Notice Of Intention To Apply No. 24 Hotpolnt Air CondltlonerNo. Fred O. Dickinson. Jr. 1 t.:& .. : and Raymond. Dyal ,
are asked ot please ,their rehearsal i on Saturday before For Change' Of Name All Adminletrat8 3.19
la It:
CHURCH NEWS cooperate with this effort.Eve the 2nd and 4th Sunday in TO: Wllllo. Benjamin Washing 25 Feddors Air Conditionerrzr I ,j

MT. ZION AME CHURCH ning sendee 6 p.m. Friday every month. The Senior Choir -.u--------------.u---ar-w-taata-
Rev. J.A. Gillyard pastor. Sun- March 20 we have been invitee will rehearse before the !Island :

day School 10 a.m. The State to Worship at Free Will Baptist 3rd Sunday on Tuesday.At S R-L

Rally will terminate Sunday.. Church. All members art 4 p.m. a Mass Meeting of 1 1 I
Morning Service at 11. Evening asked to accompany us there. the Bradford-UNon County; NAACP iiT,1
Service, 6 p.m. The State Captains Sunday March 22, the second! will be held with Phil FRESHFRYERS OR RIB ;

are: Frank Bell. Florida;, Quarterly Conference will beheld Savage of Philadelphia, Pa. as 1r
Jesse Moore, Georgia;Llnwoodj) with Presiding Elder C.E. speaker. Please be present 1I

Crawford, South Carolina;; LeI Toston in charge. All Boards At 8 pjn. a Gospel Group

roy Williams North Carolina;; and members are asked! to be from Daytona Beach will be I
and Robert Scott, Alabama. All prepared to make their reports. present I j

members are asked to please Boards that did not report last All members and friends. arej 11
cooperate with the captains and'' Quarter are asked to report Invited to attend. I -- FAIR

discharge your duty! ; for success this time. I ; i

of the activit( ;)'. Beginning Palm Sunday, a Sealed"IBGAI.bid will NOTICE"be rex-nlv In 1 U.S. CHOICE $109 1.
The second Quarterly Con week of services will be held, the Kuslnexs Office of the Flor- 1 1
ference was held at Mt Zion ending with Sunrise Service .Irtft. Stat Prison up .tn and not I SUPERMARKETS 1
later than 10:00 March 25.
: a.m.
which was a complete quar Easter Sunday morning. The 1970 for the sale of vehicles. FLORIDA 1 I--ar ar-ra--ar-wra-------ar I I
ter. All financial obligations, following Boards will be responsible Vehicle may be Inspected at
: Rite Motor Pool time duringmnrmml GRADE'A
were met The any BONELESS
message was on the night listed wnn-lf'nw ho"" up to i !
delivered by Rev. C.E. Tos- Monday night Steward Board Monday March Y0. 1970. Bid

ton, Presiding Elder- of the, Tuesday night, Trustee Board wither roans the may Business be obtained. Office" from or 1 FULLCUT ROUND

West Jacksonville Diatr1ctjMrs. Wednesday night. Stewards from Mr. Slmford. Motor Pool. ; wh.n Saving Count... ;
Marian Houston report-; No. 1 and 2. Thursday night 3-12 Zt !-}IT gpVE < TEAKS CM COUNTRY COUNT ON US!

ere Sunday School. Friday night ervtttN011totR ; I

MT. PISGAH AME Church, Choir No. 1 and 2, also the ; I4J

Rev. George Young pastor. A Ushers.We 1I I I I I
seminar will be held!
Saturday respectfully request you Telegraph I I I 98 I WIONISOAY,MARCH l.thquantity .
for the ministers of the West cooperation In all our efforts. mfD rights rirv d.ASSORTID .
Jacksonville District beginningat The Budget Is to be reportedat 1I I I iB I 1
10 a.m. and ending Satur-
our Founder's Day Celebration -
For Supplica
day evening March 18-19 in Jackson-
Regular services will be held ville. Please let us do our best Phone li64-1130b

Sunday starting. _with SundayGAINESVILLE The Youth Church will hold CORNED "ioN Mun !'UII. 'OllKLittle


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Wildlife. Officer* ; .' '. ,' :t Strawberries

Told To i untorceLitterbug: ; ', :.\;JI'd. ,Adult Education, Vo-Tech Looking Good

Law.The ;" Jt.. \. ,,';.,.,'' ,:,,.;;. 'Training Aid Many HereAdult After Hard Winter
day of friendly warnings ';,)",v..,';, ". ,; ,), :;,};( ;{ Strawberry plants have Staged -
to lltterbugs by officers of the ,;,1"p' :'::''i//!: ); j'; ;",);".:li whatever' they feel weak'in-- a remarkable! comeback:
Game and Fresh Water Fish .' education and vo before tackling the series of from !the unusually cold and
s' ; r r 4A Commission is about past, accordIng cational-technical training are five tests that make up the wet weather. of this past win
; to MaJ. Brantly Good- playing an Important role In GED examination. ter and are :now full of bloom
son, chief of the Commission'sLaw \ the overall school program. of Casey told the School Board and small'! fruit.
Enforcement Division. Bradford County last week that as of April H, But .due:!, to the heavy free
j 9 Florida wildlife officers have Thirteen high school diplomas !anyone 18 or over will be eli- end 26 degree temperature: of
been Instructed to arrest individuals l were granted last weekto gible for the exams and adult 1 February' 26, which Jellied. most
apprehended in the act adults according to Supt. Instead of the clf the .bloom then on '
classes. present | plants.
.. .. Tom Casey-- about average f
of littering or dumping garbage over-2l'requirement. |dt will be another two weeks
for three-month periodin }

I Mayor Proclaims March 75-27 lic property.The, refuse.or rubbish onpub- Hood Receives Award Education the every last Degree few years.tests General are given The'in commercial vocationaltechnicalclass vehicle [picking,.t least!berries'before In growers any Quan start ty.
litter enforcement
pro- and diesel mechanics 'The auction at the starke
Some of driver training
As Legion Birthday WeekMayor gram covers Florida's rivers every quarter. will receive recognition Farmers Market, Is not expect-
foresters those tested receive diplomason
lakes, streams and canals. The For Service To
: March 27, when the I'ed to open until around April
litter law also applies to private the basis of these exams, on Friday.
and some have gone full-time class and their three rigs will 11. .
Carl Hurst (center) free institutions while carry- refuse property, or rubbish when is garbage, W.W. Hood, Camp BlandIng Hood (center) by Ben Swend- through the required courses go to Tallahassee to meet state who switch on as dri-
signs proclamation designatingthe ing outfits theme"U.S.A..-- without prior consent dumped of the Superintendent and Foresters sen (left) of Fort Myers immediate for regular high school credits. officials and business contributors sengers vers. Vehicles are contributedby
week of March 15-21 as Unity and Service for Amer- property was recently presented with past chairman of the There Is a required number along with other com- various businesses and the
American Legion Birthday ica." Goodson owner..said "Because of an engraved gold wrist watchIn (Florida Section SAF and of hours of American history mercial vehicle driver train- recognition day on March 27
Week marking the 51st anni- The Mayor called on all cIti- recognition of Ms, outstanding George Taylor Jacksonville classes from elsewhere in
the nature of the wildlife of- before they are eligible for ing is for them and the state edu-
versary of the organization zens, business firms, and or- ficers work he is often In current chairman.The the exams, too. the state. This is a pilot program cation offlcals to see how the
''which was founded in 1919, ganizations to join in extending position to Observe violationsof a work as general chairmanof watch was presented in Most graduates take a combination for-Vo-Tech education, has been operating.
the end of World of appreciation of the 1969 national meetingof the offices of the the diesel mechanics courseis program
shortly after expressions Department : that is, at least a and from
the litter law. In the : Seven graduated
past, persons
War 1. Witnessing the documentare both the wartime and peace- we have tried to discourage the Society of American For- of Military Affairs, State of "brush-up" course for several just being added. During the the commercial vehicle driver
A.L. Crosby, Jr. Deft), time services of the Legion, litterbugs with warnings. We esters held in Miami Beach Florida in St. Augustine.with weeks In math literature Gaining, Casey said students training course here two weeks
Post Service Officer, and Bill and to support their current last October. whom Mr. Hood is employed as erammar. science. hifttnrv. or even get long-run experience,
think and all
the time has to Casey said were
Scoggins. Post Adjutant.The activities in behalf of the community come The award was presented to I la professional forester. t with one driver and two pas- ago
give those who deface our state I immediately employed.
proclamation praises the and nation. with trash and garbage the same Miss Sue White ''Was the Saturday -
Legion as "an organization; of American Legion Post 56 will attention we give apprehended pies enjoyed dinner at a Startou night and Sunday guest:
war veterans dedicated! to the observe the 51st Anniversarywith violators of the game and fish restaurant In observance of of Miss Darlene Underhill la TIME FOR NEW LIFE IN THE OLD SOUTHI! .
dinner at the Starke
lofty principle of continuing a new laws." THERESSABy !the birthdays of Mr. Sullivan Starke. New growth new color and a soft
March 21.
God and on Saturday
service to Country. armory
endeavoring to strengthen our Wives and guests will be in- Goodson pointed out that littering (Feb' 13)) and Mrs. Sullivan Walter Swindell. visited\ Mrs new air spread across the South. It
freedoms and perpetuate our vited. is a misdemeanor, anda Dorothy Mill*.' (March 13.) Ernie Mae Swindell at Palatka, starts along Mississippi, Georgiaand
: litterbug may be fined up Phone 413-451 Mrs. Rhoda::! Dampler was In (Saturday morning Florida shores, wings up
to $100 l and imprisoned for three Orlando last Montfay! to attend .
catches the
months. A second offense car- AI I 9 1 through Alabama
the Samlnar for Kxscut'ive Sec
ries a maximum fine of $500 Church ocean breeze of South Carolina
DISNEY WORLD (Orlando. IIop Baptist retaries. Selective Service Ad.
Florida) arcs covered by freelance DISCARDING BOOKS? Any and six months in jail. Telephone 4734183. Sunday ministration caps mountains and fills valleys in
w.J t e.. Articles with kind. Well donate to refugee, "The litterbug has long been : was accompanied Tennessee. And Southerners every-
School 10 a.m.; Morn1niWor-
by Mrs. Bernice Mc-
photo. Handle trade
ahowa. etc. here .broad. Just send In
convention, or alignments whatever you have. our the target of many organiza- ship 11: Training Union, C:30: Caity of Park of the Palms. where pick up the pace weary of
concerning farming tourlnm ("Special"BOOK postage NUTparcel tions and governmental agen- p.m.; Evening Worship 7:15: ; ''Who vlsiedher. son-in-law and:! Z winter and ready for spring.
engineering, etc. Inquiries In. post) expenses reimbursed cies that clean up after the litterbug Wednesday evening Player Your neighbors in the brewing
daughter Mr. and
tiled. II She. box Mrs. H.
u Waters by us. News Bureau 3UU
7609., Orlando Fla. 32804. 1.305. Varlck-Jersey: City. NJ. 07004TRIE has passed. Service, 7:30: with choir practice Clark Jr., In Orlando. industry are aware of the beauty of
technology other
423 4163. brought afterward.:: the too. We want to see
bugs under control, but appar- Mrs. Robert Cox of Orange J season
ently only strong enforcementof REVIVAL I Park and Mrs. James: Davis Ask nature kept natural (we support the
the litter law will controlthe Rev. Chet Wampler former visited Mrs. Davis'. mother Keep America Beautiful campaign).
litterbug" Goodson said. superintendent of Trinity Res- !Mrs. Marian Gnann. at Mac- 'ti U We want our region to thrive (our
!cue Mission 'and now pastorof clenny: last Wednesday.::! Charley economic contribution helps). And
SA S Discarded Gateway, Bapt'st' Church In Mrs. Tom Young of Tallahassee we want our product to be a pleas-
Tires Jacksonville will .be guest Is spending isoms time I ant part of it all (we care where it's
'U GIONS May Yield Money speaker for a revival at Hope here with her ,brother-.n-law, served).
Baptist' Church starting: Monday : and sister, Mr. K.
'A TIII.r..I. OPrronnnlEI1I1'aG4I,1tSlILLEI and Mrs. L. JOhn$,
--- Discarded automobile tires March 16, and continuing Childs. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC.
OJ,(/lly- pkAkyt"aisrl po. Box 273 Winter,
through Sunday March 22.
have been scientifically provento Thursday visitors of Mr. About Thin Question:
Thee: Ce4lhet Rev. Merle Packham Hope and
f' be a source of raw materialfor Mrs. James D. Phillips
*tt PRUNING 8 DI-MOSSING 6(RACING* CABLING industrial reclamation. Church pastor; : 'and the church were Mrs. D. J. Phillips of"Fire insurance can never
l *TRI TREE REMOVAL FEEDING-CAVITY REPAIRS Through destructive distil- membership extend:!), a cordial Lawtey and her brother"!n-lawj,replace the treasured and
STUMP 'invitation' all to attend the and sister Mr. and Mrs. L.I unique personal
1 lation a.
) : quantities of oil
Gainesville I)t. MINDING liquids services which will !begin at H. mjnnote of Miami. I I Imgggm lost in a fire such as
and tar for
recycling 7:30: each ev':ning. The nursery
FREE ESTIMATES "" 376.1166or372.9538A back into the industrial g |photographs, keepsakes,
NW61hSf will be open for these services. and collector's items. Is
manufacturing processes have New Life Bible Club "fire prevention"
been obtained.In Students In grades 1 through FLORIDATHEATRE by removing the news-answer
cooperation with the Department 6 'are Invited to attend meat- papers, flammable rubbish
I Course in High School ReviewIS of the Interior The 'ings of the New Life Bible and by insulating all heat
Firestone Tire & Rubber Com- Club each Monday alter .schoolat ers and hot pipes from
_ pany has demonstrated that ,the mobile "Chili:!ren's wood p..tltlona1Charley
BEING OFFERED AT THE the process is technically feasible Chapel" at Hope Baptist

and now through added Church.Cat Well WishesTo FRI., SAT. MAR. 13, 14 E.
research hopes to Double' Feature Program
BRADFORD UNION AREA develop a Mrs. Mary Bishop! and Joe
practical application JOHNS AGENCY
on a Kerrigan who at this writingare
nationwide basis. This shouldbe ; patients; In Bradford County THE MMON GO...
VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL a boon to the rubbish and Hospital. 131 So. Walnut St.

junk yards which face a cur- We're glad Ito report that Phone 964-5070
CENTER tailment of tire-burning to lessen Mrs. Percy Eulllvan Sr. return
air pollution.) ed to her home Monday::), isImprovlnQ' !

POSTED SIGNS: Treated to stay at, Bradford after ai County three, week HoIX.'tal. A\\\t

_ Tuesday and Thursday Nights withstand weat.her200 each !LJ]
1 $2.25 doz. Special price on larger Family GatheringThe
From 7:00 to 10 P.M. quantities. Bradford County Zeigler family enjoyed atto'l'ether 10resounding

Telegrapb. e e .e tf at !the .home of MARTY BOBBINS :

Instructions will he (given: on the subjects covered A middle-aged lovely says Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffls on Jill mllY'CICI PfIlEAI milE SallTi
hy the GED'Examination. The GED will be site, has started taking more Sunday.. Those present besides -TI(STDILEIlWISUV
administered during the week of June S through pills to keep her from wor- Mr. and Mrs. Grift's! and A tA11A i'munuiimu must D
rying about the side effects of Cheryl were Pv't.' David Grlffls reasons
12, 1970.
the pills she had been taking.Wouldn't home on weekend leave' and
------- from Ft. Jackson. S. C.: Mr.
and :Mrs. W. T. Ze'gler' of WILD BIKES vs DUNE BUGGIES! why should

G.Orange Zelgler Park Mrs.: Mr.Don and Northcutt Mrs., R. you buya

Randy! and Butch Northcutt.'
you Gainesville: Mr. 'and Mrs. J. new Chevrolet
..1. Lee Mr. and Mrs. W. E.

Dampier Dampier. and One of Mrs.the highlightsof Rhoda i instead

rather switch? the conversation ga'her'n,: was with a. 'telephone a-. of a new

!brother Walter Zeigler, in Oak-
dale Cal'f.! something i
4l ,fir, 1 I Ij PERSONALS :
o tk
Mr. and Mrs. Merle. Pack-
k ham Jr. and Eric of Silt COLOR L 00:
Spring 'spent!! ,ithe weekend with 1
d his parents. Rev. and Mrs. SUN.. MON., TUES. Higher Value. Year after year. No other car in Chevrolet's field gives
Merle Pac ham MARCH 15, 1(5(; 17 you as much back on your initial investment.
Jim Mason of Sanford vi.s'ted 2
Miss Sue White anti, family RHGELnnGBL Deep down Value. Exclusives like flush-and-dry rocker panels and an extra
Tuesday afternoon. set of fenders keep Chevrolet looking good longer.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Walter ,
I Swindell!! lust Wednesdaywere Down 3
pit Mrs. Claude' Thames and:f SlTIOOth,Smooth ride. Because of Chevrolet's computer selected springs
Mrs. E'jla Jordan of Palatka meSo Full Coil suspension and advanced body mounting system.
and Mrs. J. H. Swindell of: GlenSt. 4
; Mary.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Phillips C.I:KSB! JENNIFER JONES want to Impressive make an impression.Styling. The impression is that it's an expensive par, if you

!! visited: Mr. and::) Mrs. Bill JORDAN CHRISTOPHER
PhlUlos and B'lly' at (Middle- S
F tourqr last Tuesday.Mr. HOLLY NEAR'LOU BAWLS Massive interiors. Result? Room to stretch out or to sit tall. Chevrolet
nii and M?s. Earl Peoplsscf RODDY MCDOWALL has more front)leg room than any other car in its field.

South Miami were visitors E I' ......OCMI''INIMIIOI4.."OHO"' ...... ..n 6
law last and Wednesday:!s'stsr!! Mr.of brother-ln-and Mrs. IMN Am."".'...m..'....."..,_ Ise Steel Side-guard beams> built into every beams'door.. Chevrolet puts more between you and the outside.

!rr Marlon Sullivan.': The: two: cou- I I! 7

A finish that '
It's unfortunate other cars in Chevy's field don't have

.i 301 DRIVEINTHEATRE '/' : .8 a Magic-Mirror finish because it sure keeps its shine.

Exceptional engines.
Chevrolet's standard 350-cub2c-inch V8 runs on
regular fuel.Plus there are five more engines available.

STAR KE, 'FLA. 9 .

TremendoUS Selection. Of colors. Of accessories. Of engines. Of trans.
missions. Of fabrics. And of models. There are nine big Chevrolet alone.
MARCH 13, 11, 15 10

t Americans
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,Keystone Loses Regional Contest

r:: HEIGHTS MELROSE I 'Spring Fever' I '
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By Barbara Hill I fouls, as Crayson collected
The Hastings Panthers put
Services Held St. William's I forth an all-around team effort ,tour

> For Mrs. Tillis Scene of World Day Was it a case of "while the to crush Keystone Heights Inside Jump shots by Wolfe
cat's away the mice will play," 93-55 for the Class C Region gave Keystone its only bright

F B* Jmp Hilitesl I Of Keystone Hts. Prayer ObservanceSt. or was it just spring fever? high school basketball title j I moment starting the third stanza ,'

Pleaito Phone in Your I Keystone Heights council 13 Newberry Saturday night. but the ball handling of I

: chairman Everett Fox was out The Panthers, who advancedto Felder, and a series of lay-:

-. .- Mrs. Lula May Tillis, 79, Williams Catholic: Church of town but the mayor, the the finals with a 62-48 win ups following fastbreaks killed :

WOMAN'S CLUB student council representative.Other of Keystone Heights, died Wed Altar Society, women hosted the police chief and his assistant, I over Clearwater Friday held any threat of an Indian come- d

This Is a reminder of the members busy In the nesday, March 4, In a Gainesville observance of World Day of the clerk. and the other four Keystone's too scorer. Sandy back.

salad luncheon and card par-' club's activities Include Sandy hospital after a short ill- Prayer on March 6 in Key- councilmen were at Tuesday Grayson, to only six pointsIn Grayson's 11 point scoring
ness. stone Heights. They were joinedby night's meeting. There just After spree highlighted the final period -
ty sponsored by the Keystone' Combass, Hal Eisenacher Lar- the first half. sittingon
Heights, Woman's Club, to be ry Mlngledorff, Sally Naples, Mrs. Tulle was born in Mel- the women of St. Anne's wasn't much business stirring, the bench for most of the but the try fell short of

held at the clubhouse on Fri- Brian Stanley, Ricky Warren rose on April 9, 1890, the Episcopal Church and the KeyStone and the meeting was adjourned, second and third quarter Gray- being effective as Cue matchedthe

day afternoon, March 13. The John Adams, Ricky Paredes daughter of the late John and Community Church In ''with no visitors or citizen's'complaints // 'son came back to finish, the effort by also dropping II.

luncheon Is scheduled to startat and Johnny Valldejull. Janie Fennell Price. She had uniting with fellow Christiansin In less than an ..... ;night with 22 points. Hastings will now go to Jack-

12:30, followed by an after- resided In Keystone Heightsfor more than 130 countries in hour! The Panthers, however, sonville to compete ft the Class

noon of cards or games. 15 years, and was a member the theme, "Take Courage! Miscellaneous items of busIness ( placed four men in double figures C state tournament this week-

Reservations must be made TEEING OFFIt! of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Anthony Danis, of Mel- included correcting acreage with Lorenzo Cue lead- end.

with Mrs. John Bird or Mrs. The regular monthly business Mrs. Tillis and her husband, rose, was general chairman. recorded in the hay lease Ing the way with 31 points.

David Nelson. meeting end covered-dish R.U. Tillis, had celebrated their Mrs. N. Watson Hardenbergh, it the airport; changing the Freddie Cave followed with 23. 'r'.qow.rd.HA$7J414G5 -.O..2..Moltl, C..,...5-U) L. halt|.|.,, _
l.P.3I ,
luncheon of the Woman's Golf 60th wedding anniversary on of St. Anne's, and Mrs. Barry frallways bus stop to Sllm's Bin Wolfe poured In 13 for .'T"Ioyd, Smltll, 12 4,h"Ildl'c v .

FIRE DEPARTMENT Association was held at the February 22.Besides. Wyman, of the Community Flsh-n-Stuff, rather than dou- 0.c Keystone, while teammate BIl- iL'CSVITOMB", .HEIGHTS..27.93. _

HEARS MAYOR REPORTThe local club Thursday, March 5, her husband, she is I Church, were also represen- ole-park by Ducky's Store; and Costello finished with 12. ?li Wolf., _'3, w.",,,, KM Ornyton.. Hurntr a.d.,

Fire Department had with Mrs. Kent Cantrell and survived by one daughter, Miss tative leaders. requesting that the dilapidated ? I Ily The Panthers, using a fast ,.eI"*.",,.Coittllo. 0." 11..411'4-IJ, '.'H..pllnitll, 0."-';

their regular monthly business Mrs. Charles Garber as hos Gladys Tillis, of Keystone Attendance at St. Williams building at Nelson's Point bei .d) break and a man-to-man defense ... 51' ,01.,::''t-'N5' 0-0.0i _Moore.
meeting on Tuesday evening, tesses'. Heights; and two brothers, Les- was the largest ever held in i torn down. ; I forced several Indian KIyiqps' *... 14 'tt nn n _

March 3. President R.J. Weir Twenty-five members attended lie and Charlie Price, both of Keystone, and was ecumenicalIn The spring fever weather turnovers to run off a 26-10 "** II' H 11 u.iiFRIDAY'S

presided over the meeting, the meeting following the Hawthorne. nature. must have affected the reports: it'-V lead at the end of the first

which had 17 members in at- luncheon, which was presidedover Funeral services were held Mrs. Janet Lamm, organist, the Little League is organizing, ... 'quarter, and went on to takea GAME
tendance. by President Lois Wal- it 3 p.m. Friday in Jones Memorial accompanied Mrs. Daniel Pa- and will play this year at the ...... 48-21 advantage at the half.

Fire Chief Ed ftennett reported Chapel, Keystone ter, soloist, in the theme hymn. new ball park; concerning a I SANDY .GRAYSON; The Indians also completed'the Keystone had made it to'the

13 fire calls during Feb ker.There was a three-way tie for Heights, with Rev. Thomas Gey- Following the service, the complaint about the odor at the half with a total of 16 finals by scoring a 68-65 upset

ruary and First Aid Officer the ringer tournament, which er officiating. Interment was In host church ladies Invited the feed and seed mill, Gay Livingston KEYSTONE'S TOP SCORER, over Newberry In the preliminaries -

Huntley Redfearn reported sev- the ladies have been partici- the family plot in Melrose Cemetery congregation to remain for asocial Mayor Ray Stearnes, and I last Friday.
pating In for the past three with DeWitt C. Jones hour and refreshments. Assistant Police Chief Tom s.snrnsnrnnsj-flsfl Newberry, playing without the
en ambulance period. calls during the months. Prizes were awardedto Funeral Home in charge. 'Mrs. Philip Kromer, of Mel- Bryant said they couldn't notice ton; Den 3, Weblos leader, Don 1,services of high scoringEugene

same the winners which IncludedSu rose, was refreshment chair- any offensive odor. Coun- Pace Committeemen A.B. McKenzIe, who was sidelined
President Weir welcomed ,
Dwyer, Mildred Sutton and man, assisted by Mrs. Ralph cilman Roy Watkins noted that MELROSEBy Courtney, J. Bass and Carl with a leg Injury, trailed mostof
ipecial guest Mayor Raymond Fran Chesslngton. Services Held Naples, co-hostess, and Mrs. Keystone Heights' share of the Haggund. Cub Master George the game by more than 10
tarnes who discussed1 future
Leo LeBlanc, receptionist.The :cigarette tax at $1,629 Joyce Rowe Hanks also received Ms card. points.
Area golfers are remindedthat For F. T. was I
plans now being coordinated to Hogue
the Annual Ladles Invitational tea table was covered he largest monthly he could Bob Cat pins were given to Newberry came within one
Improve Keystone Heights. rnrrssrnsssnnrrnnPLANT C.C. Corey and Carl Butts while point of the lead, with less thana
will be held on March In JacksonvilleFuneral with a lace cloth, centered witha remember; Clerk Vlrgie Hom- I
Points of discussion included
Frank awarded minute left In the but
mound of salmon colored said there Sampsel was game,
sr leaksit
16, 17 and 18. The Pro-Lady were no
plans for the expansion of the SALE his Weblos Tassle by George ,Keystone's Grayson Who finIshed -
camellias, and wreathed with the municipal building I ,
Tournament during
will be held
present city limits, police pro- on services for Fred individual blossoms. The color ;he last rain, after recent The Melrose PTA again post Hanks. the night with 38 points
March 16 followed the Invitational repaIrs ,
tection, and ambulance ser- Thomas Hogue, 74, of Bedford poned the Plant Sale due to
scheme was carried out In pink Mayor Stearnes noted The Cubs stood and recitedthe put the game on ice with ti
on the 17 and 18. ;
vices. Entries Lake, were held at I p.m.Thurs- punch, served from silver bowls that with a bill pre-filed In the lengthy cold weather which has Scout Promise. On the three ,i series of short jumpers.
are still being receivedfor
Applications for membershipby this tournament.Don day In the Hardage & Sons by Mrs. Danis and Mrs. Na- legislature it will be optional retarded the growth of seed- long tables, representing each Newberry, finishing the season _

Charles Head, Thomas Shackleford received Riverside Funeral Home cha- ples. Tea cakes and sandwiches, (or municipalities to collecttheir lings this year. March 21, beginning den, were elaborate center- with a 13-12 record, had

Triest and Frank Walrath were first pel in Jacksonville with Rev. and pink rosebud iced petit own taxes, rather than at 8:30 a.m. In frontof pieces, place mats and name i defeated the Indians twice this
place honors in his flight
approved.The at the Azalea Tournament held O.H. Hudgins officiating.Mr. fours were served buffet style !have to have the county do It-- Melrose Post Office is the cards which the boys had made. season, before Friday night's

firemen will conduct a In Palatka last weekend. Hogue died Tuesday to the 80 or more visitors, very agreeable for Keystone new date and site of the sale. One by one, the youngsters encounter. Keystone finished its

training night on Tuesday, morning In the Veterans Administration including one from Essex Eng- Heights since the council "feltwe Call 475-2666 If you have plantsto explained the significance of regular season with a 9-13're-

March 17.Chief HERE N' THERE Hospital at land, Mrs. Reg Padfield. could do a better job and d nate. Many more are need the designs and the materialsand cord.

Bennett called for a Mrs. E.W. Bishop is Gainesville. He was a nativeof This gathering together In 'ii,) it cheaper." ed. methods used to portray Following Grayson In Key-
work detail on Sunday, March a patient Tennessee and had lived friendly fellowship of church specific ideals. Carl Ilagglund, stone scoring was Costello with
in Bradford
22, at I p.m. to pressure check County Hospital In the Jacksonville area since women afforded an opportunityfor of Den I, read an essay he 12 points, and John Warren with

all fire hoses and to clean and this week. Best wishes 1966, moving there from Atlanta various denominational Council Names BLUE-GOLD BANQUETCub composed entitled, "Why Love 6.
polish fire equipment. for a speedy recovery. where he had lived for Scout Pack 109 held the America."
churches to join in Christian I KllMy> Smith'
Col. and Mrs. W.S. Scow more than 50 years. leadership.On To Zoning BoardFive annual Blue and Gold Banquetat Thursday, March 26, at 7:30: 1 0-M) Davit 1.3.19, Fulltn.: J-4-10i: Hurl,.
McLean ,
of Va. 3-1-5; A re. JJ-ll Foltton
were I i 0-0-0)
DEBATE TEAMDERVES He member of theEpworth the Parish House in Mel-
was a Fellowship Day, May 1, (p.m. at the next Pack meeting, Cull.!,, 0-0-0); turmon, 0-0-0 1 TolJli,
!guests! of Mr. and Mrs. N.
SUPPORTIt United Methodist church will meet rose to celebrate the 60th anniversary the boys will have a rocket 2.I9.a5.
women againin
was recently brought to Watson Hardenbergh at their Church of Atlanta, and was a of Boy Scouting. ''race KEYSTONE. .UIGHn-Gr.ylOll..! 174Mi -
2,000 communities to explore members of the zoning with the rockets having I Wolf ,, W..n :3-o-6i Hurmr,
our attention that there are new home on Lake Geneva. veteran of World War I, serving how be instru- board There were 60 in attendance ''been constructed by the boys I 0.0.0, CoitelloM2, Hepllnjlall 0-OAi
they can
Mrs. Willard S. Pierce and in the U.S. Navy. Priorto were recommended for and I Limo".I.o-J, Bll, .id,U. '.1." Total' .
many excellent organizationswithin ments of reconciliation around appointment at a special including.parents guests. with the aid of their fatherslor I 30-8-tt.
our community which do Mrs. Robert May, of Canaan, his retirement in 1966 he the theme, "Dissolve The Distance of Keystone meetIng Presiding over the banquetwas mothers. Prizes will be I Mawlxrry t It It 21 __ 41
Conn., were house guests of conductor with the Southern Heights city Cub Master Hanks LK.l.n. _21 It 14 H 41
not sufficient recogni- was a Between." council February 24. George given! out for the fastest rock-.
tion for the educational Mr. and Mrs. Hardenbergh last Railway System having who introduced the guest speaker :
social John ".... -- - -
and charitable services week. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. been affiliated with the company Bird was named chair- Neighborhood Commissioner -

which they render to their respective Hardenbergh are sisters. for 50 years. Three DirectorsTo year man of term the Doris board, for a one Jack Layman. Mr. Layman WOMAN'S CLUB KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Mrs. Harold Lawrence is ; Ottinger, two
now Survivors Include his wife
members and to area John encouraged parents to continueand The Melrose Woman's Club
residents. at home recuperating after a Mrs. Dena Hogue, of Bedford Be ElectedAt iJohn year; Ruffini Sullivan, three, two years; increase their active par- held the monthly business meetIng -

Perhaps these organizationsor recent stay in the hospital.She Lake; a son Fred T. Hogue :Marvin Homer three years, and ticipation in Scouts for the ben- on Wednesday, March 4.

clubs are overlooked because is feeling much better, Jr., Jacksonville; a daughter, Co-op MeetingThree Letters have been, years. efit of their boys In this organization Luncheon hostesses were Mrs.
and hopes to be able to { to the
of their limited enroll- returnto Mrs. R.W. Mllbank Rockvllle which constructively E.R. Simmons, Mrs. R.F. Simmons
ment or because of the quiet her position at the Keystone Center, Long Island, N.Y.: a directors will be elect- board recommended, members of the occupies the mind and body Mrs. Earl Eland, and

way In which they function as Library in''' the near. future. sister, Mrs. W.O. Argo,Brunswick ed at the annual meeting of pointments.confirming their ap- with goals and purposes. Mrs. Allen Rod bo'lugh. DIRECTORY

groups. Whatever the factorsare Dr. "Edward'Everett .;1 Ga.; a brother, D.L. Clay Electric Cooperative at Art Wheeler, local Boy The guest speaker, Mrs.

that make them appear to of Newcastle, Pa., were Hoge Jacksonville;. and seven Keystone Heights; Thursday, Scout Leader, commended the Maude Watkins, principal of '.

go unnoticed, it should be stat- recent guests of their former grandchildren. March 26.Following. Cubs and their mothers for the Melrose Elementary School,BEAUTY SHOP *

ed that there are many people neighbors and friends Dr. and Cremation followed the ser- Rabies Clinic success of their efforts In behalf presented a program with the, -

who are interested In their Mrs. C.M. Booher, of Peach vices. are the nominees: of the banquet.The help of the two fifth grade KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Set For
activities.The St.Last Marcb'21The new charter was presented teachers, Miss Anita Silliman
Keystone Heights Debate week Dr. and Mrs. Boo Dist. 3, Dick Surrency; Dist. to Lee: Helton, representative and Miss Kay Bennett, cover SHOP

Club is a school organizationwhich her entertained Mrs. Russell 5, Zedra Hamilton; Dist. 7, annual Rabies Clinic, of the sponsoring institution ing the breakfast program at _

falls into the above cate- McClelland and sister, Mrs. Auditions Set Hicks Griffin. There is no sec (sponsored by the Clay County the Melrose Episco- school, referred to as Supple- EDITH JOHNSON Owner

gory. Since the club's inceptionin Lois Hill, both of Newcastle By Orange ParkCommunity ond nominee from any of the {Health Department in cooper- pal Church, by Mr. Layman.. mental Feeding. The 28 children -:Personal and Creative Hair Styling

November of 1968, It has received i who were enroute to South Florid 'three districts. Additional can- latlon with local veterinarians, Mr. Helton Issued official I- who have been given; Every Form of Beauty

only nominal public sup a. Theatre didates may be nominated from will be held for the Keystone dentification cards to the following breakfast each morning since,(Culture '1UeI- at. 9-5: CloNe
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jar- the floor. Heights area on Saturday, Den Leaders and Committeemen 'Monday*
port and recognition. Though Its the last of October have Improved -.
[ still somewhat limited In I rett, also of Newcastle, spent The Orangs Park Community I Former Congressman D.R. March 21, from 2 to 4 p.m. : Den I, Mrs. Son- drastically In attitude NURSERY .,

.ts activities, the club has re- last weekend as house guestsof Theatrewill, hold auditions! at iCBllly) Matthews will be the at the city hall. see Hanks and Mrs. Ruth and are no longer problem children -

:zeived debate and oratory a- :, the Boohers. 3 p.m. Sunday March IS, at. ''main speaker daring the after- The clinic for the Clay Hill Courtney; Den 2, Mrs. Sandra Mrs. Maud Watkins said. D.C. Carne Nursery

wards and has made itself knownIn Sympathy is extended to Postmistress the Woman's Club:! of Orange noon program. There will be area will be held Saturday, Crouch and Mrs. Mary Single- She estimated that 50 childrenIn
: Gladys Tlllls whose music and entertainment from March 21, from 4 to 5 p.m. Thousands of plants
district competitions. Park 130 Kingslsy Ave., the school need these break-
.mother passed away on Wed- 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a free at the Community Civic Center
During the first year of district their third production:!: of the Fasts. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
(old Clay 11111 school)
March 4 in Gainesville .
nesday, a lunch served on the groundsat
competition, members of season, "A Delicate Balance, The Keystone Homem' kera The food Is provided through Evergreens

the team were successful in den illness.hospital, following a sud- !by Edward AlSee. noon. Club will meet March 18 at 10a.rn. Government Surplus Commod- Camellias & Azaleas

defeating the debate team from This pu1tzr: Prlz!, winning! Refresh. In the c'vlc hall of the I fty Foods. Under this plan, one
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox Mrs. Alex Gaunt, MOST ALL IN CANS
Holies Academy and received play has a cart, of two m rand \ municipal building. The pro- child may be given breakfast
and Mrs. Allen Caillouet Chairman for the SUver
honors for second place ex in New are four women rang'ng in '!eons in the repalrt of the air- ment gram will be given by delegate for an entire month at the PLANT ANY TIME
Orleans this announced
vacationing Tea of, March 18,
temporaneous. They also won week with family and friends. agrd from 35 ''to the late 50'S.This I conditloner. M. leader, Mrs. Carolyn minimal cost of only one dolar. Beautiful Roses -
her assistants! Mrs.
first and second In oratory. Mrs. Camille Stewart is In prcductlon will be presented Worthy Patron Blnton Keeth Wagner and Mrs. EmIly! Iscn, Three local organizations LandscapingPhone
This the debators attended I for Turner MM. Ben Smith provide the funds for the break-
year also expressed appreciation! who
intensive care at Alachua Gen at> ths tl>- airs In Rsynoia I Sch- attended the Leader TraIning '
Lynnle 659.2165Z3
Ceclle Wee Mrs.
a workshop at Gaines- :' to the ifastsf each one gives $10 per
eral Hospital after heart attack industrial! Park but:\ rehearsals lithe opportunity serve meetng! hi Green Cove
ville In October, and had good roeder, and Mrs. Ruby Strip [month, the Woman's Club, the
last week. We hope that she and auditions will! bEheld ,chapter during the past year. Springs on Wardrobe Plannlnr./ Ml. S. S. of Starke on.
representation In the tourna- is feeling better by now. at the Orange Park Wo Visiting guests from Gaines- ling.The Dates to remember: Mirch Action Committee and the Women Hwy. 100 at.Florahome
ment at St. Johns River Junior Nominating: Committee of Faith Presbyterian .. .
Col. and Mrs. David Nelson man's Club while the theatre vlllt Chapter were VernaBrlce.POM Chairman, Mrs. L. C. Gayle. \,9. 4-H pre-regl'.''traUon. March Church.
College. and Mrs. Charles Smith are Js toeinj readied.! : Mrs. Pearl Clark. PM: 16, 4-11 District Council meet'ng I
The group, which is sponsored among those who are now up Anyone Interested In trying and, Granvllle Clark, PP. The presented ''the following slate In Bradford: County Extension Janice Smith, Dana Brum- S. McKAY., REALTOR
Jack Zucker for 1970-71 Presi-
of officers
high :
by ,
Otis Archie and Phil-
and around following their recent out and:!, who is unable to attend Clarks were Keystone residents Office. Starke.PERSONALS Senior Member: Society: of
school math teacher, is now dent. Mrs. Barry Wyman; 1st
when lip Courtney, fifth and sixth
"bouts" with the flu. audition until a few months ago Residential Appraisers
( this Sunday, may
meeting bi-weekly at the school Vice President and Program
rade Melrose
at Elementary
where Myron Prevatt, Sr., of Lake Tuesday'! and Thursday! evenIngs they moved. back to Oa'neavllle. Mr. and !Mrs. William BMW Mortgage BrokersWe
sharing Orollck
they are busy Chairman Mrs. Walter ;
the vitamin
Brooklyn, is recovering home March 17 and 19, by calling As each Worthy Matron re- Br.; spent a two-week vacationland explained Help You Finance
research with another and
one and
2nd Vice President content
: luncheon .
on a typical
following a stay at Bradford ; Mrs. Lo's Navarre 264-S172 ,tlrea. she Is preserved 'with a visit! at Miami Shores Trailer lots' $500. Up
practicing for future matches. P.Hallman .
chairman Mrs. tray at school. The studentsare
County Hospital. link In. the chain of Past Ma- The Best In Lake Front
Mrs. Emily Thomas, 264-4090 with Mrs. Florence Fltzhenry,
Officers Include: Peter Morgan or ,
Secretary Mrs. Chars conducting a to determine
; survey
Mrs. Paley Boyd, who has /tronswhich' bangs on the 'Acreage, Rentals
who li
captain Mark Jordan, co- In Orange Park.NEWS long time friend when Hopes.
; Mrs. which of the vitamins
Carrell 1 been "under the weather" fort!' chapter room wall. A group\ of Smilh; .and Treasurer 'they all lived at North Arlington Mr. Melba Il< captain Larry secre-
; Ralph Barker. This slate will lirA being consumed In sufflIContlnued -
several weeks, is staying atj Past Matrons presented Mrs. N.J. and Miami. Office 473-481
tary-treasurer and Jack Meek. : ,
; 'No hnmA of her trranddauKhter.l gift of again 'be presented at the evenIng Home 413-.7.0._._473.
I Keeth with her link a Mr. end Mrs. Reg Pad!laid On Next Page ., .
April 6 when -
Mr. and Mrs. Hes'tor' Ownbey. meeting on 48l1ai
Bristol England
NOTES Installation cf officers nominations maY' be made jof were touring 'r --- - -- -
The new the U.S. 'and met Mr. and I
from the floorif any !nominee ,
By Helen Efan .and appointed officers to has previously) ,been contacted. Mrs. W. H. Shleb of Spring! I BRUNE 1
be held'! March 14 at 8 p.m. will Lake, who were trayel'rg'! In _
Election of officers will take I
March 17 at
be followed on North Carolina. From.-this new I

.. [EASTERN STAR the first chapter meeting of place CIRCLE at th's HOME time.MEETINGS friendship the, PalfJeUs. are I PH. 473.1212 KEYSTONE HEJGHT4I !
incoming Worthy house guests of the Scbebes.'!
The Keystone Heights Chap.
will b* heM on March 16. The
T Patron Gilbert
Reed and Worthy They plan to remain In orderto I
/liter of Eastern Star h ld following( will meet at 1:30: -

,..closing meeting on March 3 In Reed. Wilson Circle with Mrs. enjoy the covered official closing p.m.: I S flwflN MaVtt
:the chapter room with outgoIng Following' the per of the FellowhJp' Club
Lake Geneva
Imam Shroedr:: ( II
'of ''the chapter! a fins couretsy when Mrs. Sche'be show
Worthy Matron ana: Worthy ) Chairman, Mrs. W F.. will II
was extended to Grace end elides of her
Patron being honored with trip. II
co-hcstes Barker
ea ;
a humorous courtesy co-auth- Vlnton and each was presented Circle at home of Mrs. Eldon Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lebert II II

red by Mrs. Vera Ownbey and. with a ;personal gift. Kimmons with Mrs. Alex: Maimgren enjoyed a visit from Mr. and II
three long-
Mrs. Jo Reed. Jo Reed ARose" as co-hostess; :Beam Mra. Walter TrayibolJit! who
stemmed roses san "Only were former'nellthbor' friendsIn
During 'the business !meeting1.j Circle at her home !with Mrs.
WM Grace,
tribute to
In I West New
j M. Grace Keeth expressed Louis Lebert. co-hosless; Smith York. N. J.
as her chap'er flower was a Sympathy Is I
gratitude for the loyalty of extended to our -
I Circle undacltfed.! ...... ..... -
ri'-r | members anl.: officers during :red rose. Greeson!! Morning/ Circle favorite PostmaS r. Glady t I -.
1 her year In the East. flexspeclal : Refreshments: were servedfcy of THHs on the pas'ing of her II
9:30 :borne
meets at : a.m. a>t
the committee, Mr. mother who with her husband I
| project under the Seth Kennedy and Mrs. :Mrs. F. L. Stephens Nelson's I _......n_-.-..
.chairmanship! ot Mrs. Mattie .Mrs. enjoyed their 60th wedding
Bank from your eoiv stive /mfe ,Lee Kinzdbury was well supported Am McEl-ath. Point! co-hostsss.with Mrs. E. A. Demp- anniversary reception on I I

,' and enabled! the Worthy COMMUNITY: CHURCH eey ,*eb_ 23. i I -
Nl&htengales (Cook circle)
avoid parking worries tooIt's The monthly general meefng II
!(Matron to complete her plans meet at 7:45 p.m with! Mrs. MINISTER
of the Church Women was held _:
:for new carpeting In the recep-- Evleyn Grant; Mrs. Roy Cha Follcw.'ing: Momtng Worship
hall which was recently in the educational building at this Sunday the c&ngrezallon' .
,tlon tain co-hostess. Rebeccas (Sun- I .. I
'such a convenience to baiurrrom your 'Installed with the aas'jtance of I p.m., March 2. Mm. Roy derlandi circle) meet at home of the Com. n1ty Church will: -

car, with our drive-In ervlce.. Make deposits A. P. Hallman WorshipfulMaster Turknett. president,( rave the of iMrs. Frank Ilgen, 8 p.m. be asked to remain ':0! consider! P .

or withdrawals at our utdoor teller's window of Melrose Lodge who opening prayer and IntroducedIr SILVER TEA Charles Neder! as a 8tuentl! ( .

quickly, easily. What's more, you've Is also a chapter member. Proceeds ; Ray, :Farris, who gave the Jack Janes of Hawthorne mln l't.t'' Ha will prea.h this, I MM VUMTHW MCHS -- --
were' devotion:: -
of 'the Special Fund ( Sunday. i| .
no nsrkI' "mbUtns or tees will be guest soloist at. the
also voted to a"B'.at! the :Ma- Mrs. Walter Grolick. program Community Church 16th Annual jj Mr. Neder will be here In a .

chairman. introduced Fran In K( temporary capacity until a U
Silver Tea Mirch
Allcorn U!. of the Barnett National on ; NEW TYPE FLOTATION
permanent .m nlstet' Is secured.
KEYSTONE STATE' .I'AII' Mrs. Troy- G lre of Gaines Baric Jacksonville, who the will educational be accompanied! building.by his Ho- i I.He will resit!' at the parsonage -
[ FJee EstimatesI
ville. spoke on trusts' aa:*! wills. and wok full-time. In visitations I Permanent Buoyancy ;,
Mrs. Mildred McCrary, dormer .Mrs. Barry Wyman." MI' 'on- [mother Mrs. Florence Janes Dock and Float Repairs New Flotation
Member vu.l.C, Keystone lie fou' residingin of Swan Lake who has arslst'.ng! : In ChratlanEucat.on. I
Keystoner now
ary Chairman reported .been a teacher of piano in :! conduct Svinday and present

"Yo,'" Friendly :lJrb\: Your Friendly.Community. with Jacksonville a birthday,celebration was honored at ell projects, and have showed been articles.completed Gainesville and ithe Melrose prayer services and conduct I I TIME PAYMENTS BANK FINANCING
catechism: class for new memo
the home of Miss Gertrude'Houserlast /' area.
r made !by the committee for patients bers. I L
-f- --i--_-__. r : week. .to Starke Nursing: Home. HOMEMAKERS CLUB -- - -- - -
, .
I if, 4 1 to 1IV7" TI'f....rD nu r. sqo .a

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-- ----___________ __ .....-N.,1. IP.. J.4M. ...LOkIMMP9YMMM. MM'NLNtIVWIMMr
-- ..m.ms..vn.vvv him celebrate this happy,occasion Mr. and Mrs. J.P.) Mlddleton

\ were his wife, Starke, of Tampa visited her brottwr- WORTH

VOICE of theSPORTSMAN Mrs. Callle Howard Mr. and and sister-in-law,Mr.and Mrs. STARKE 301 NlIlSERY

INDIAN BEACHBJI Mrs. Jack Ward and daughter, D.W. Carpenter friday.. ;:r K CGtABOUT
Peggy, and Mr. and Mrs. Law-
fi' Tha 's all for this week folks, AT SOUTH CITY LIMITS ON
UA 301
( Sands. Fe. ) rence LaRoche, of Townsend, so here's Leeon. .
: \ Hy MIKE CI1ITTY BJI Michael H. Chlttyn. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Con- i Open 8 to 5 Mori.., Tues.' Thura. Sat.
:. 478-1171 ,ner, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. LEEON'S CORRNER
I 8
to 12 Wed. 1
ti3 I George' Hill and j to. 5 Sun.
family, Keystone I --
:: .
-w A A ._ Heights; Mr. and Mrs. "The Eclipse"Now I I
1 Robert Ward; Mrs. Freddie Ours is, I believe the only '

HI Spons Fans, your RoI1UW- eon Alan caught li Spec. In Greetings, Friends of mine. Watterson and daughters, and here is a story society in recorded history'that I. LIVING PLANTS 1ON

Fisherman is back with more 2 hours one day; his younger I certainly hope you are all Mrs. G.L. Lovell and son all About a special day, ha. failed to recognizethat : FOR LASTING PLEASURE

good fishing reports for you. brother Glen caught 10 Specs feeling good these days. If you of Starke. When the sky got dark education must have _
That good weather last week and 2 Bass In an hour. Sat- ,haven't had the flu ;yet I sure I Red Neal's father has been In a strange kind of way. a
double mission. On the
sure helped the Fishermen. urday morning, Mr. Barringer hope you can escape it. If you |down from Indiana, visiting and one

1 hope you were fortunate enough caught an 8 1/2 pound Bass have It or have had it, I hope ,fishing this Winter. The Sun was shining. hand, education should developnew & .

I to get out and try 'em. I have- and he and Roy caught 5 more you get better real soon. I Mr. and Mrs. Koon of Waldo The sky was *o bright. knowledge, transmit DR. HUEY

In't yet, but am planning on being Bass and 20 Specs. Bill know from personal experience, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. And suddenly It got dark, knowledge to the young and
out there soon. According'to Groves came In with 12 Specs, that stuff Is no fun at all. We "Owen Bryant Sunday afternoon. Jut as if it were nifcht. sharpen the intellectual tools ROOT STOCK
George Winterllng of Channel fishing out from Griffin's can be thankful' for that lovely J.R. and Judy Neese and baby of the student. On the other

4 Weather, Spring Is Just Lodge. /[weather we had last week. Nice !,Donna of Savannah, Ga., were The Sun had eclipsed, I ____. .__ I
around the corner. So we bet- SlIm's Fish-'n-Stuff (Key- for a change, wasn't It? WellI (visiting Mr. and Mrs. George What a sight to behold! AZALEA LINERS 20c ea. or 6 for.$1

ter geL everything ready, so we stone), reported that Randy 0'- guess we'd better look at ,Ellis for a few days last week. And the Corona around It, hand, education must try to

can go after 'em, right? Weil, Berry of Melrose, caught an ;:the news for the week. Mrs. Jackie Lanier 1* a patient Was Red, yellow and gold. help the young people developthe
now, let's see what we got 11 pound 9 oz. Bass In Lilly Tuesday afternoon, my mo- in Alachua General Hospital attitude. and the patternof AZALEAS

here. Lake, recently ther Cricket and Grandmother where she underwent surgery The flame wore amazing, conduct which will enable sR1" ".. 1 \

Griifln's Lodge (east shore My father, James and his Copeland took Uncle Howardand last Thursday. Her hue- A* they leaped from the Sun. them to live productively and CAMELIAS GAR& :.''' nMEI

I Santa Fe) gave me another cousin, Buddy Ellis, of Gainesville Aunt Lena Bradberry to band, Robert reports that she It looked a* though affirmatively in the world in
(good report last week. Monday, caught 3 Bass in Santafe Lake City, to catch a bus home Is doing fine. We wish ;you a The end had begun. which they find themselves. We
'Roy Griffin fished alone and Saturday morning.They took I to Oxford, Ala., after they had speedy recovery, Jackie. have abandoned the latter PEAR TREES

caught 9 Bass. Roy and Mr. my grandmother, Palma Chit- 'spent a week and a half with Jack and Lou Miller and children But Just as quiet as it left, '
Zeliner caught 3U Specs and 11 ty, out that evening and caught II us. Uncle Howard had a good T.C., Jeff, and Joan, at- It came back out again. function. If one so much as PLUM TREES

Bass Wednesday afternoon and 3 Specs. time fishing, and caught quitea 'tended a reception for Lou' ,Sending both its heat and Its mentions the concept of char-

Thursday morning. Roy guidedMr. Well, I think that does It few real nice Bream from sister and family, Nell and light. acter education in the professional FIG TREES

Crosby Thursday afternoon for this time around fellows.So our dock. Saturday morning, Don Thorne, and children at All the way to Earth for all meetings of higher education -

from 2 till 5, and they caught till next week, "Good-bye Iwe were visited by our new'nextdI the home of Lou's mother, Mrs. women and men. the response' is almost *.

la Soecs'., ana. j 2 Bass. Roy'siETLiOii. .and good luck!" '' >or neighbors, Mr. and Ruby Dyal- In Gainesville, last, alwaysone( __ of derision or at GRAPEVINESORNAMENTAL
'Mrs. Raymond Malphurs of Saturday. Monday afternoon But Just stop and think, I I I Ileast *
Jacksonville, who bought the they were In Gainesville to Me And ponder about ,1 d
Known as Joyce Rowe, MelrostReporter amazement. By present p
Miller off to California.He .
home of Preacher and Marian C.G.
) has returned, along What would happen to us, definitions of the educational PLANTS
Winters of Jacksonville. The had been visiting his mother
''If it hadn't come back out!
with her little boy, Danny, and mission the .
university may
Malphurs will be coming down to Mrs. Eunice Miller, in Gaines
the twins, Debbie and Dexter. weekends and in the Summer, ao just as well graduate an

[From Preceedlng Pace Virgil his contract will follow expires as soon late as in and plan on moving down in ville.Mrs.. Jo Strandberg returned Adolph Hitler as an Albert CITRUS TREESON

few years for good. We are Schweitzer. And, at present
March. la home last week after a visit Acts 16:31: "Believe on the
dent quantities and whim are When asked If she would like certainly happy to have such with her daughter and family, Lord Jesus Christ and thou it seems as if we are doing: TRIFOLIATE ROOT STOCK

not.Mrs. chairman her column back, Joyce gig- friendly and likeable new neigh- Dorothy and Sam Butler and ihalt be saved. ." well on the Hitler end of that

Longnecker, gled gleefully and chirped, "I'm bors.Mr. son, in Ormond Beach. She also balance.
of the committee for proposed celebratedhis
Calvin Ward
visited her grandson Sam But- _
going to plant a gigantic garder COME OUT
revision of the charter and 83rd birthday anniversary STENCILS any 181II.
ler 3rd. and family in Miami.
I could-
by-laws, read and discussed because it's spring. at the home of his soninlawand Duplicating. machine* and
Dr. John AND
Her Paul LOOK
son and family of A. Howard
n't decide whether she was
recommendations. Voting will daughter Pete and Joyce .a P1lu. Bradford County
be the first Wednesday in Ap trying to change the subjector Barton, last Sunday. HelpingBUYSELL Jacksonville, brought her home TclegraprPUMPS President Beautiful Yard AROUNDGeorge
and spent Saturday with her.v.L
make excuses, but it meant Rockford College

ril.The the same either way.DUPLICATE ,'. ....... """'- "-l.., s
March 18 A09'-
meeting, .
BRIDGE .J- : 1"Tiii"ii iiiJj ...., ,..... T-' I..r. l.: I
will begin at 12 noon. Slides
of Ireland will be shown. Placlngs in Duplicate Bridge CARL BEGGS
were: first Mrs. Mary Cook I
ROWES RETURN and Mrs. F.T. Hogue with 65 1 SSA Gulf Service

Mrs. Virgil Rowe (better pts. Second, Mrs. W.H. Davies VIED p.urn
and Mrs. H.T. Dent with 61. Top Price for Wrecked Cue
Third Mrs. Robert Clare and 1" ..... tr 24 Hour Wrecker 8rrl0

Mrs. Steve Sashof with 57 1/2.
Fourth Mrs. Albert Bachmannand -- Fuel Oil -

Mrs. W.J. Crollck with Used Car -
'- 55 1/2. VOW WAWTBD. Laundry DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Hwy 101 N. Waldo

FACTS March 3 results: First Mrs. CLASSIFIED AD RATES workers. Kitchen aid, laborers NEW AND USED __ own. Longenamp Home? E. LaRue 4SH-IMS
Roland Bryan and Mrs. J.P. cottage parent, watchman Better built tor Fxt4' !* living

Vose with 68. Second, Mrs. Minimum Charge 1.75 cook and clerk, grownd-' SALESoP ARTS-$ERVICE Yow plant. or ours INSURANCE AGENCY

John Strawn and Miss Zoe (Covers IS words) keeper, truck driver. Ftp Deep A Shallow Wens Your tot' or ours. Contact Hu- Ante Fir Hom_f* WANTED LISTINGSOn

ABOUT Terry, 66 1/2. Third, Mrs.A. day week eight' hour dart Water Softener A Filters ford Mitchell phone :CM-: LIFE:: A ACCIDENT Homes and Acreage' Buyers
FERTILIZERWhat Bachmann and Mrs. W.J. Each word over 15-7c Cta-te retirement vacation, Expert: : Service On 6853 P O. Bos ail :tarke' Waiting. Strout Realty, Rag
LIQUID n. .... 2117 N. Temple Ave..
IMirht -
It It? Grolick. 65, Fourth, Mrs. 50c Extra Charge If not sick le..ve.1t Interested pisa.sapply AH Makes tf''a Keystone
Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla.
Pearl Roberts and Mrs. Pat In Penomisjl\ .
paid In advance person PI......* Service
What Analysis? Fraher, 62 12.SYMPATHY. Manager. Sunland TrainIng Phone 984-7061 I EZEKASE TYPEWRITER ,

How I I. It Applied? CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Center O..sne..t11e.. Fla. JIMMY MOORE'SSUN : Pa,,",. Notebook Filler" WATSON'SHouse
EXTENDEDThe $1.50 Per Inch An equal opportunity ernntor- DURRANCE PUMP SPORTS I ...-"Mnvd "misty .retetnnh.Mln'f .
It It Compatable? community extends sym- er. AND SUPPLY CO.rNHUXANCE I I
pathy to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Memorials Resolutions tt hg I WANTED Men .'(!ttn grnaet' of Vacuum

Does It Replace Dry D. Mayo, Jr., of Interlachen, Proclamations, etc7c word MOORK BOAT TOBYOUR at" "'v...". "1. Startt"gry Many brands of :new vacuum
Fertilizer? the SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic MONEY
formerly of Melrose, on
m month pronvrtton ot>- $3900 Used machines from
loss of their 8 1/2 monthsold CARDS OF THANKS Letters & Numbers for Interior AT REDUCED RATES': up.
How It It Delivered? Marke Ph. M4-57VI "() +fks and "f'"ltllr in.creases $10. Expert Repairs: all make
son, Phillip Anthony Mayo, SO words or less 3.00 and exterior: use. All atoes. co- AUTO FIRE BOAT I
hour LMv !Sdsv
In 8 < for all
PUT and Accessories
Parts :
who succumbed to virus .. Bradford County Telegraph DOYLE E. CONNEItINSUft"NCE I Compute Outboard tt Stern
pneu- Each word over 50-70 '
&; S M monia on February 26. Ser- tf AGENCY Drive Service and. Repair. week ycV leave vacation vacuums. Built In Central vacuum -
ttc. 'retirement. If Interested 712 N.
Repair cleaning systems.
vices were held at the Hollls- 'elllr Complete Fiberglass
WITHSUKEGROW :er Baptist Church, with Rev. MIMOSA MANOR 'PHOTOCOPIERS: : from $99.50 I Ca. to m-btl1K Flberglas nte...M nplr in person PersonnelDfans MaIn Gainesville 378-7110

Edgar Wilkinson officiating. MOBILE HOME PARK to $625. Take the drudgery: out Fishing Boats C.". Snland" Trmralnf Canten. -
\ Trailers and Spaces For Rent of work. GMiwsville. Fit.
Jesse Bickel, a former res- paper -Bradford Countv BAIRD ,
by ident of the Melrose area, now Phone 964-7498. tfchg Telegraph, tf An canal opportunity employs

tftNCO CHEMICAL CO. INC residing at Belle Glade, Is recovering Mobile Homes Smith PlumbingAND
after a heart(
nicely NEW and USED Manual eeElectrte.
oiled and adjusted In your TYPEW1tJTER.:
a! tJl attack.to him Cards at Glades may be Memorial addressed -' iller Brown home 300. Vacuum cleaner' 8-10-12 Wide SAVETIME For sale .r rent. ''Supply Company

Hospital. Belle Glade 33430. repairs also. All work' guarante Gainesville Bradford' Owintv Telet'rapli. .

ed. Dennis E. Cogglrw, Phone

STARLINGFann TAE OLD TIMER 'SAYSe r'a -- rqJJ 9 4311428. tfch Reasonably Good Quality Priced er.WANTED' wm :pay Used! cash Wrtnrer-WMli-or take In I Contracting Plumbing and Fixtures repairs.

A. J. Thomas Registered Real Gainesville 378-2785 trade on anvttitnir.' TMHMBR'S. I -
Heater Pumps
VolkswagenNew Estate Broker since 1953. Spec !Vrvleed Guaranteed a 4Delivered WM-TtZS Vela Filters .
ializing In appraisals for estates In Starke Area Irrigation Iron

Supply & Used 1..0). corporate and Individual WILL BTTY: Used Apin. f Water Softeners. '
Sales Service owners Thirty years experience Furniture TV's. Stereo. MT I
US 441 N. 4581 NW 13thG.Ineevme DAHMERTi.
In Florida Land Matters. 205 N. thing of value. -
DEALER V. 1 Ml. North of TIre Mall 37SSTUS9IRVICJB
Temple Ave., Starke Fla., Tel. PHONES:
GAINESVILLEEVERYTHING 9645701. tf SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 964.6023 or .9645832Please .
225 West Andrews St. Letters all .lzej. color. Perm- ,

Starke, Fla. 32091 FOR RENT: TV set, baby : Small appliancesat anent for use on wood. gla**. ( make a note of

Phone 964.6062 "Flattery is something that beds elec. guitar' amplifier, Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. plMfc. pacer' metal leather. ear numbers la, .yoy
makes everybody slightly nick- refrigerators: day or week. DA. Call St. Phone 9645311. tfeh ANYTHING I -Bradford County i. (boot) +
the who swallows ARSE whose
except one it!
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; "'"'-- -""''' -- -..- FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse
(,HAS National Sewing : :3 bedroom, 1 bath, central -' FOR RENT 12 wide 1 bedroom -
heat ft alr-oondIUoD1nc. Corner CASHPROFESSIONAL limits
traitor outside! city
Machine Co., lot Phone
KNOW YOUBFURNITURE Jilhrc Largest selections! from whichto
STARKE POSTED SIGNS: Treated to FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer. Cabinet Making
} choose Pfaff. Necdvl. Nelco. withstand weather JOe ea b, Clean outervice.. Will put I

j. ,1 Phone 964-6848 New Home & Universal.' $2.25 dos Special price on lirgr TIPS PA1NTWD Aw This Ad Worth $3.00 On
Any Quantities. Bradford County
to Hampton. New No. 4118-1894!
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Purchase or Repairs Telegraph. V SUPPLIESMARY W. A. Prevatt tfchi L. SEVER

I 611 W. University Ave. 378-1355' f....
BUYING SILVER COINS ., service what' | U.S. Hwy 301 Lawtey. Fla.I
Lawn M fwrs-w
I[$,v BILL 'rILsO: jy j ;1 subtraction.Add SPECIAL.Machines with this NOW IN STOCKCOnstruction 1964 or older any condition.:: : wi sell. Starling Farms Sup> 31p. 3/2R|
w.r Paper. All colors In the rain-
Dollars 2.00 up. Halves 60c. T.IV. y)\ w. rdinr sf. tfchvFOR
month only $69.95. Ideal for
bow. Bradford County ..TeteKraph. -
Quarters 30c. Dimes 12c. Current
.. WE'RE NOT GRATEFUL home or light office work.I .- tf Market Price For rare CARTER SALE 841 Ford Diesel!
Bradford County Telegraph tf Power
Tractor with loader.
I date fit ol-'er coins. We Buy,
Eunice Nursery
brakes. Veryrood
steering ant! new
1I. or coins. Bull'ngton
A-C P-S factory. Rnd'o tap-! phone Tomato. Eggplant
PAINTSBROWNL cOI1''Ittf\n. 5.295.. <
: 2-total electric, slightly Co'ns StarkeeFla. 964-7271. ornamental
fl'fr combo. Fully loartea: $2.400.00Can '7 -2548. Gainesville. tfch plants:
used. Cost new, $420. Save $100. Blueberries all container
t boo seen at Jimmy Moore's shrubs: -
Back in Thomas! Jefferson's day, a housewife a Our sale price, $320.BradfordCounty FOR SALE Geraniums in 2 ml. north of
Gulf 004-5791 or !9R4-6610. tfch grown.
fd In bloom house plants shrub
didn't run down and buy a new light Telegraph tf low E'STREET Southern Marine Lawtey on Hiway 301 turn at
bulb whenever the old one burned out. FOR SALE-2 city tots corner berg Azaleas. Camellias: Moved To Gainesville sLgn. Phone 782-3465. tfch
WANTED Dependable ma price. Ferguson Nursery Ral- .
There waif no electricity, no and what'smore of Parker and Powell Sts. 110'x '
gas; ture man as service station at- ford R:" Starke. 964227.. Stch New NameGainesville
the could afford 110'. Ideal for home or FILING CABINETS Typewriter -

p// wax candles., only very wealthy I' est.tendant.Experience Must be sober preferred and hon.not '-1'. Term Phone 964- et0. tra.n-I I FOR RENT -Approx. 22 acre MarineLYNN Stand. Oeak. Chatr. .

necessary. Write P. O. Box 635. FOR RENT-One and two for hay or pasture. Ready to HAMILTON MOR. Safes. Bradford Cra*lr

Keystone Heights 2tchg 3-12 room modem trailers on Lake pasture>! now. Rye grass clover FILAMENT Strapping Tape Johnson(' Mctora Cobra. Boats Telegraph.
J I and Coastal Bermuda. %" x 60 yard $2.50 Single
Geneva. mile from tramcIIR'h.t. Marine Supplies
1f. FOR RENT- Furnished apart- Phone 864-6114. tfchg SALE 15 ft.
County Telegraph BOAT FOR -
W W Keystone Heights. Also roll.Braford 1 1030 E. University Ave.
f .. ment. 4 rooms and bath utilities tFOR Wellcraft with 65 HP motor
lake lots $5.500. H. hatred
I:' furnished. A. Laguse.47f47f LOST-Silver grey long Gainesville
Couple only-No
and tilt! trailer. Lots of extras.
',1 : : '
Vf''l'Ii11'1. 2tchy 3-12
male cit. White throat. 3 white
Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg SALE Business and pro- $ $ SAVE $ t 1195. Call 964-7972. lip
Sliver pawn one black Call 9645697 -
cindltillck paw.
perty located oem door:! to
FOR RENT: Unfurnlshel house New unfinished. 3 BR-1 Bath
4 tr ,
In after 6pm. tt Holiday Inn. H block from FOR SALE 7 x It luggage
Also furnished
4 Rrfltetor cindlotlrk country. horns in S.rIce. $200 down will
t ( "J THE KEY TO apartments in Stll.1'ke.-W. H EXPERT CARPET Installs. new County Court House. Call .buy-tow monthly payments for trailer Priced: reasonable 665

14 o Gracious Living NoRman 510 N. Cherry 'tfchg lion. Tall 964-7889 after I p.m, '984-7004 or contact Morgan 12 years. Will move home 011 N. Clark St. Starke. Ph. !964-
634. alp
Beauty and Barber Shop.
Uch lot if desired or, will sell
Town Ho>ise' : FOR RENT2 room furnished 4tohg 4-2 your
Wiurford ch.nd.ll.r 1 : Can Jack
where Is and Is.
apt. All utilities included. :For For Rent-2 bedroom unfurnished as WANTED Calves, 1-4 month,
APARTMENTS single FOR RENT- 2 bedroom apartment sonv'lle-Colleet 38-0151 and commercial beef herd. Angus.
person or 2 people. No ( : house $70 month Couple
Wax bees' substance, in that day glowed: For Rent<< 'j 1 chldren or pets SRO nr m"'h. only. 964-7285.! tfc furn'shed. No small chil- oak for Johnny Jone Hereford other good tock.

( brightly from candlesticks and sconces, and : \I Apply Whispering Pine 2tchg dren or pets. Inquire 507 Center WAITRESSES!: Apply Holiday Phone 964-6921. 4t 4-2
Furnished FOR RENT Unfurnished 6 St. GolJle Martin.
occasion a blazing chandelier. Ordinary Apartm.ntJ.. Inn -Starke Morning and
on : house, from 2tchg 3-19 I WANTED Young single.
room miles out man.
FOR SALE room house!! on 21] Itchg
had tallow animal fat which Nights
people only II' Buford Mitchell acres. 5 miles vest on SR-16. Sttrke! on Ra'ford Road 16Rodman high school graduate, driver'
wasn't as desirable as wax, but neither was tit Phone Phone 964-6433. 2tp 3-12 Un-terhill. 964-7155. Itp FOR SALE Used Hotpolnl t FOR SALE- 2 bedroom. Bving 1'cense required to go to Oregon -

so expensive! 64-6853 964-47M Electric Stove and Refrigerator room kitchen fled'! bath.: to work with racing Greyhounds
FOR SALE-Piano Bench $60 Quake Fuel 011 Heater: '
NOTICE: Jessie J. Lee repre- : Hardwoo-f' floor' porch and this cummer.\ Leaving
1 senting The Singer Co.. w'n be Also Pony mare with saddle BTU Ga Heater. Reasonable, c"rport $4.400. May 2. good salary. J. M. Edwards
"'rd bl<11e, $50. Raymond ''B1'Y.711'l'IJ70. Call 964-7052. Itchg 9847582.3tp
3-28 964-5379. Starke 19a.2t .
FOR SALE 39 acres house In this area! every Wednesday.Sales.
BadcodtFURNITURE 'Y I and barn. Located on State Repairs It Service Phone _. : ltch WTMBERLYRailroad' /sal 3-34
iualtr -
Road 235. Will consider )ease. 376-5247. After 8 p.m. call 473- For Sale 2 bedroom block vage., Groceries Fabrics. FAYE'S FABRICS F'rat
1 drapery upholst.e17mate"'al. FOR SALE or Rent 3 Bedroom .
Call 771-2917. 4673. 4tchg 3-19 r>ou< Jacksonville.4tp Notions. chn11e bed Furnished Home Small
3-26 South 100. Reasonable 9646260.Ito. Tools. Plenty:: Bargains! 7434
r and Also see- Down Payment. Can 9648077.SALE .
.. APPLIANCES FOR COMPLETE CARE of Blinding Blvd/ JackaonvSHtfchg. spreads tapestries.
WANTED-To buy lot close In. yards and cemetery lots in "r $! mill eir*! Bank: merload -
Would consider one farther out Starke and surrounding area. FOR SALE 2 ad4le horses, end Master Charge. Open 1'olt!' Sears Mark VII

This It the Eighth in a Series., ) U price Is reasonable. R. F. contact Larry O'Neal at Jones saddles bridle ant etc. Gentle. TYPEWRITERS: Maaaal) ..rElectric. Monday. 10-7: Tues. through Camper Trailer Used on one

CupyrlKht 1.r by riulBorryCx In* Allan Rt. 2 Box 115-A. Haw Funeral Home or call 964-6200. Phone 964- 9'70 alter 5 p.m. For sale .r resit. Sat.. 9-7: Sunday W. Hwy. 301 trip. $400.00. Phone 964-S240 or

thorn Fla. 32640. 3tp 3-12 4tohg 3-12 Stchg 3-19 Bradford County Telegraph. 1H ml.! north of Waldo. tlch .1329 Beosent Road. 2tchg 3-19

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