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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 21, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Council County Told





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For the second time Tuesday Bradford County will

night the Starke City Council have no secondary road
balked at closing two platted City Op ens Bids funds for the next two

but unused streets' Long and! years/ the County Commission

1L n. Middleton.without: a public !! was told by Department -

? hearing. v To RepaveBids 7 StreetsBoth of Transportation -

: The streets In Question are In representatives in a

north \Starke between Thompson hearing in Lake City

and: Clark Streets. No last week.
streets exist there now. The on over $11,000 of street Jack Baggett Paving Co.,
a. repaving and repairs were received Gainesville and Vallencourt Henson for that is an $85,000
I streets are bordered by prop- by the Starke City Council Paving Co., Jacksonville bid ,Judgement that Florida Power
erty owned by Town House En-
and turned over Tuesday 93 cents per square yard for & Light has won in a suit againstthe
f iterprlzes.: Inc.. the. agency tn- r night to engineers for evalu- Type 1 asphalt.Specifications. State of Florida. Payment
terested in closing them to ation. in the city's of that will be made of from

development apartments. Three bids were recevied on bid request, the council noted, the county's secondary road

12,550 square yards of repaying called for Type 1 asphalt top funds, the DOT employees told

.... Mayor Carl Hurst' who miss _. repairs, and filling potholes. ping only.Howard. the Bradford commissioners.By .
.' J1:" ed .the first discussion( of the Reason for requesting engin- McKinney, a Baggett fiscal 1971-72 the county

,, s.III ".' .... ,. street closing, quizzed! the eering recommendations is a ;representative said Type 1 asphalt will net $75,000 in secondaryroad
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Council Tuesday:! might The question about a leveling oper- topping is a harder sur- funds and by 1972-73 will
mayor pointed out that apartments ation that is supposed to be face than Type 2 which has no net $185,000.

The Springtime A Young Mcui's Fancy will be built on propertyand ContestantMary done before the street is re- rock and less agregate. The county is currently pay-
that It would go back: : on paved. Chairman Jimmy McRae Ing on four bond Issues on which
tax rolls. Some board members asked turned the matter over to the secondary road funds are
New dogwood blossoms and pretty Denise Winkler make a pleasing Ann Barton, why the bids needed to be turned Street Committee, chaired by pledged There is US-301 north

springtime combination with which to denote the first day of Spring ,;'Suppose we 'would give 'them daughter of Mr. and Mrs. over to the engineers, but Util- 'Councilman Jimmy Bowen. The and south four-laning project,
tomorrow the streets and ,they don't develop ities Supt. Oscar Davis said committee will hear the engineer's an old SR-100 widening job,
the property?" askedCouncl1ma.n Clinton Barton of Silver the leveling situation neededto report and then makea I the Brooker Hydrocarbons Road
Lake, will along with 10 be discussed. recommendation to the Coun- (SK-235), and the Santa Fe Lake
P. T. Nolin.
other area girls seek the Apparent low bidder was Co- cil.Streets (lined, the project now under

Joint First "You could stipulate ,that In title of Strawberry Queen lumbia Paving Co., Lake City, to be topped are construction
County 90 Blanding 1,000 feet, Butler The county had thought 't
!the deed. Hurse replied.! at cents per square yard
next April 3 at the Bradford
But Nolin saidi that until the for Type I asphalt topping and Court 525 feet Butler Road would have $43,000 in secondary -
firm presents a plan of propos County Fair and 75 cents per square yard for 700 feet, South Street 300, Mon- road funds available to it

Services ed development 'and the coun- Strawberry Festival. Type 2 asphalt topping roe 100, Orange Street between next year, but news of the
Call and Weldon 2,700 feet, and ''Florida Power Judgement sank
cil can: be certain: the apartments
Myrtle Street between Francisand .those hopes
will be built, he will oppose Pratt .50 feetApproximately The suit apparently resulted
Law On ...
Studied TapA closing the streets with- 'or. f $8,000 has when Florida Power was forced

out a hearing. .' ...;. been budgeted for the repaving ',to move utility poles on US-301 .
-... e' : job. About $3,000 was budgeted north when the old 301 was
"You all don'.t think' we need ;' ''resurfaced
originally for repaving and another to be the south-
A cKy-ccunty! committee to law authorizing contribu- The Board, refused to males trt public! hearing on a thing. fa y $5,000 that was budgetedto ,:bound lane of the present road
.
discuss possibilities] of joint like this?" Councilman. Nell '
Polk Street a projectnow When the road was widened
.
tions of money and services to an official county) agency of J 1 1f1iIMI pave "
services to save money met any organized firs department the volunteer' fire department Tucker asked. abandoned has been diverted Ithe[ FPL poles were on state
last Thursday: March 12, in "He (Attorney George Pierce) The
to the repaving. owned right-of-way. It has been
in the county has been approved since the county can now ba
the courthouse. we don't ana!' that's what will have to ruled to local
Neither says : Council come up according sour-
by the Bradford County sued for Its actions.
Two major ideas!! discussedwere ''W'' 've got him for," said! Councilman with the additional $4,000, according ces, that when the state takes
.
Commission.: /would the Board agrso ''to placein
a common garage or repair Jimmy Bowen.' It was L'I: \ to City Clerk Merrill ,over land on which a utility
If It gains'final approval of the resolution: !March. 2 a
shop and a common jail, Bowen's motion at the March: Edwards Should the job be ,'company has an easement that
the '''board the ordinance, specific: amount of money to be
pre-
Councilman: Neil Tucker told \ Columbia the total the state must for
5 meeting to close: the streets awarded to pay movingthe
pared by County AttorneyTheron .: given the fire departments, in ,,'.
!the City Council. that died for a lack of a second. cost at 90 cents per square utilities. The state's source
Yawn under the Starke Lav.bey Brooker and':
A. ,
The committee is to meet yard would be $11,950. ;of funds to pay .the judgementwill
again Thursday, April 2, at the new home rule provision in Hampton for fear, If a pciflc "The property !belongs to thetaxpayers i The city stepped into the re- apparently be the county's
the 19C3 Florida::, Ccnstitut.on: amount was mentioned ,the fire- I
courthouse.: After that meetingthe of the city Tucker paving project at the recom- secondary road funds.
committee expects to( have will be the first enacted by men would expect thai' amount, sta'ed "I won't vote to close mendation of Supt. Davis, who The Commission has not yet

ready recommendations, for the Commission. each year. them without' !hearing" Tucker told the Council weeks ago that questioned whether the DOT has
the S'.arke: Council and the Listed as Ordinance 70-1, the County Attorney Theron looted ,at Pierce as he RIP AwardHoward streets which already needed authority to use county fundsto
County Commission. Tucker proposed law reads: Yawn pointed out 'to tho Board: made! the statement.' The attor- retopping had been further da- pay such a judgement. One
said. 'i! "The Board of County Commissioners on March 2 that the new Florida ney then asked: Coleman, owner of Coleman's Cabinet manged by the recent heavy ex-board member says he

of Bradford':' County, Constitution does not Include "Whafre you looking! at me Shop on East Call Street, accepts* a Bradford Improvement rains and wet conditions. Davis .,doubts the state has that right

A report on 'the state laws Florida': pursuant: 'to authorityof sovereign: immunity for? I haven't, asked any- Award from Gus Kopelousos, IMP com- said the city was in danger of without authorization from the

which permits "the city and Chapter 63-234 Laws of Florida from suits to governmental /thing." mittee chairman: and John Myers, executive vice- losing the streets and having a county. lie said the county
county to Join together toward be and It is hereby auth- bodies is did: the 1808. Constitution. !- much more expensive repair should secure advisory opinion -
of the Bradford Chamber of Commerce.:
common goals will; also be presented oitaod to contribute annually At the March 5 meeting president item on Its hands than the from the attorney eeneral.
,by County, Attorney in cash, goods, or services io Attorney Yawn sa'd If 'the Pierce said a new state law Coleman purchased the old laundry building be- retopping if something is not Attending the road hearing

Theron A. Yawn. ally organized; fire department county actually made: the vol- passed past year: allows local tween the Florida Pest Control and the former done soon to seal pavement were Commissioners Zedra

in said! county In whatever untsors! the Bradford County governments to close unmet office of Dr. T. G. Hitch lie has!' painted the ex- cracked and full of potholes.In Hamilton, Ralph Bryan, J.M.

The city committee is com- amounts and to whatever extent ire Department the county streets without a publ'c hear- terior and installed his:; cabinet in one portion of (Buck) Norman, and Mrs.Jessie
posed of Councilmen Jimmy,! may be deemed necessary Touli!: be, in effect, 'taking: over ing and a petition !by property, the building. Future ,plans include rehabilitation of other action, the Council: Chastain. Sen. Bob Saundersof
Bowen and:! Tucker, and Mayor aCrl Hurst. Members! of thecounty's various operations of fire department the entire building. -Was told by Supt. Davis and spoke on Bradford's be-
who attended a legislative meeting
committee: Com-
are In said county: in
mittee are Commissioner! Ralph the performance of their respective of the Florida fUtilities half.Representing the DOT were

Bryan County Attorney: Yawn, duties." Association, that SOl. Jay Brown second in command
bills cities which
and Road: Foreman R. E Jones. affecting gen- ,of the DOT under the persons
Housing erate their own power are expected -
Prepared Iby Judge Yawn Authority appointed by the governor to
Tucker why !was elected to come before the Flo-
after the commission's midmonth 'head the agency, and District
chairman of the( !! Joint group, rida Legislature which con-
meeting Monday, 'the Engineer Jim Ward and mem-
said Tuesday he will! oppose any venes April 7. Davis invited 'I
ordinance:: will presumably be council members and bers of his Lake City offices
Mayor
joint service that does not save:
voted on at the 'board's Apr:! 6 Carl Hurst to attend a con- .
the taxpayer money.
m etlng. By law the commission : vention of the FMUA March The Bradford commissionerswere
must advertise any ordinance Resolution Ok'dA 26In: Jacksonville. generally dissatisfied with

it proposes to pass and -Adopted, at Supt. Davis' recommendation the Information they receivedat
hQgrown the meeting, because of the
set a public hearing on the a $5.50 per

Tr Issue. resolution declaring the County: told the board last Wed the general practice is to ob- Mosquito Control Unit. Union month rental charge on 400 news secondary they funds would for receive the next no

( erDessert need for a local housing authority nesday a housing authority had tail a Federal grant from the County has no such unit, according watt mercury vapor street two years and because they
The hearing on the proposed and calling upon the been "created" by state sta- Housing Assistance Adminis- to Sanitarian Jack Tra- lights. The city has never rent- felt they should be given more
ordnance: quotes above Is governor to appoint five mem- tute in each Florida county, tration, a division of the Department wick. He has been In touch with ed the 400 watt street lights, explicit information.

set for 8:30: a.m. Monday, April bers to the agency has been but is not Implemented until of Housing and Urban the Union Commission In an attempt Davis said, but he has one Ward, In charge of the meet-

6. approved by the County Com- the Commission determines Development (HUD). to work out an agreement (Continued on Page Pour) ing, agreed, at Chairman
mission. need and names the members. The architect said that is about maintaining a land fill Hamilton's suggestion, to senda
The ordinance stems from The resolution Is a prelim- George said the housing authority the most practical approach. near Ralford. DOT engineer to Bradford
a resolution' introduced: by inary step to the actual ap- is not' limited as to Federal funds are available to -Awarded contracts for main- Robbery County to look into several
Commissioner Ralph Bryan at pointment of the authority. the route it goes In obtaining finance such projects from the taining plumbing, heating and problems such as the flooding
the March 2 meeting, recognIzIng Adopted at the board's mid- funds for low rent housing but planning stage to the finished air-conditioning equipment to Made Good"Man on Alligator Creek and enlarging -
.the efforts of volunteer month meeting Monday morn- units, he said. two Starke firmsBrown Refrigeration culverts under Geor-

fire departments in the' county. ing, the resolution was pre- and Smith PlumbIng gia Southern & Florida Rail-
Bryan had pushed for omo pared by County Attorney The Tom RitchIs In other action Monday the Brown will service the give me your' money, road west of Sampson Lake on
Bridge time for some type of ornciatrfcoC'111t ron A. Yawn after the Com- Board: heating and plumbing equipmentand a well dressed man told( James the Sampson Canal, flooding prob-

And on of .the Bradford mission gave the go ahead fora Improved take care of any plumbing Marvin Hill, attendant at lems on SR-100 near Child'sStore
County Volunteer Fire Department housing authority at a work -Authorized the purchase ofa problems. An agreement was Thonl Service Station four and flooding on US-301
Canasta Party which Is organized and session last week. 10-acre parcel of land from worked out whereby Brown will miles north of Stark early (Temple Ave) at Pratt Streetin
has "save: several homes In The resolution passed "Mon Tom Pitch, 19-year-old son Harold Crawford at $2,500 as call Smith in if he finds a Sunday, pointing a shotyun or Starke.
Starke the last few weeks day declares there is a short- of Dr. and Mrs. TG Ritchof a source for fill dirt neededto plumbing problem not connected rifle at him. The latter topic was broughtup
Woman's Club age of sanitary and safe Starke, is very much im- maintain roads. The City with the heating and cooling Hill gave the man $34 In by Sen. Saunders.On .
dwellings in the county avail- proved from his condition last of Starke has agreed to pay half equipment.The cash.; The robber drove off In the Temple Avenue drain-
March 21 able to of low Income.It for of the fill for the city. made the lights
Sat., CourthouseWill persons week after complications resulting use awards were on a white car without age problem, Bryan told the
8 to 10 P.M. instructs Clerk Inman Greento from an automobile ac- The county will pay its half recommendation of Architect about 4:30: a.m. DOT representatives the city
Close On notify Cov. Claude Kirk thata cident. In the new budget year Frank George. That's the last .anYbodY haS and county have each cleaned
Public Invited housing authority is needed Ritch Is responding to treat- -Delegated commissioners Inclusion of the Health Department seen of the mystery robber their portions of the ditch lead-
Good FridayThe and asks that he appoint mem- ment but at this time is receiv- JM (Buck) Norman and Mrs. building in the con- since, according to Deputy ing west from US-301. Jay
Tickets $1 Each bers. ing no visitors. He was hos- Jessie Chastain: to study the tract was turned down on the Robert Green of the Bradford Brown of the DOT termed it
The Commission will draw ,pitalized Sunday March 8,after proposal that a sanitary landfill basis that it should be coveredby Sheriff's Office. "highly unusual for a city and
Courtesy of Bradford County Court- up a list of members It recommends an automobile accident here in be established near Rai- a separate agreement. Hill could only tell ,the getaway county to maintain a ditch bet-
Good and have it ready which his right leg was broken ford. It has been brought but -Two bids on a courthouse With no.
-white. ter than the
closed | DOT
house will! be on car was
. - Friday, March 27, one of the light on and the early Bryan pointed out that the
: 6. At that time the resolu- About to undergo surgery on In the area, most of whom were turned over to Architect said. Santa
the Coun- Deputy Green contractor on the Fe Road
by dark
Jiolidays approved: tion and the recommended the last Bitch's live In Union County still
leg Monday dump Frank George for a recommen- '
'whether paving job has "done
r tittCJjdn ty Commissioners.Ths members will be sent to the condition suddenly became cri- trash indiscriminately and that dation. One bid was from Montgomery Hill could not even say a very
\ and ail out of state poor job" of keeping traffic
Starke clty.hall the car had an
t governor for approval. tical from complications from an unsanitary situation has been Elevator at $66 per DOT
Engineer Ward said
they open.
Account Now !Insured nth+r public offices: say Architect Frank George retained the leg break and he was placedin created. The county at presenthas month, and the second was from tag or not. behind. !was wet weather hampered the
will ts open. look into the Intensive unit of land fill In the Only thing left
to 120.000 by by the board to care no area. Miami Elevator at $48 per in
up 'contractor that mak-
Federal Deposit R -taU stores will' reffilin' the possibility for a low rent St. Luke's Hospital In Jacksonville Bradford's sanitary land fill the cap of the gas 'tank of the respect,

Insurance Corporation open. housing:! project for Bradford program is operated through the (Continued on Page Four) car the robber used'' (Continued on Fare Pour)






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Interest**m>w. 1J.1..UWjMEf' To Meet Monday Scene Of Party

Mr. !and Mrs. Paul Men? and
'Will
Club
Tile- Starke Garden '
family entertained at a farewell -
I have a special program oa party Saturday night at
button arrangements> on Monday -
.their home on Hampton Lake ;..
at 4 at the Agrlcul- :
p.m.
their Cpl.
for son. Carlton
,ture Building.! who left Sunday for
:Meng a
Gladys Mooty Phone Mrs. Richard I. Land of tour erf duty '
: 964-7608 year's overseas
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Rainbow Lakes district: director .
leave. ii
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Coffee Given (1tt and past president of The party was also a surprise :', ,I I
Hospital Auxiliary
k New York State Garden Clubs celebration for Miss Betsy' Mat
For Miss MoredockAt Hears DiscussionOf 1 /iwlll show slides and give: a demonstration ,thews: on her 21st birthday. !

Slade Home Mental HealthMiss ''arrangements.The of: miniature. flower After a cooJcout. supper the I:
; two honor guests were given
( public Is invited to attend. novelty gifts from the 35 guests. I:
Miss Dell Moredock:! of Ml ami. Ellen Spivey of Gainesville !' r ? r .?
whose marriage to John Adam a representative of the I.
of Starke will bean event of State Mental Health Clinic. Mrs. Hum rrazier and Miss Mr. and Mrs.J.D.Warren and
Saturday night. March 21. at was the speaker' at ,the Hospital Madge Middleton attended the daughter, Robyn, were calledto

the Plymouth Congregational r Auxiliary meelng Monday nightIn .. n, district two planning meetlngofAlpha In Spencer, W. Va. last Fridayby
Church in Coconut GrOve, was the Methodist Fellowship / ..w .. r Deltaf Kappa sorority the death of Mrs. Warren's
honored; at a coffee Saturday Hall. Jacksonville on Saturday. father C.W. Dye.

front 11 'to 12:30: ( o'clrck: given Miss Spivey maintains' an of. Anyone For Cake?
by Mrs. Thomas Slad Mrs. lice In ,the Bradford County
Clyde W. Sinclair Mrs J. Health Department and Is in Pictured with their "masterpieces" are five Bradford Countians who A Course in High School ReviewIS
Charles Sawyer and Mrs. Eu- this area three days a month.
recently completed a si\-w< ,gene L. Matthews all the homeof She talked! on the need for
the former. mental' health workers to as- Left to right are: Mrs. Wayne Sapp, Mrs. Thad Smith, Mrs. Owen Al- BEING OFFERED AT THE

Blst those with a mental defic- varez, Mrs. Sue Pye (instructor! ), Mrs. !Mark :Moody, and Mrs. Jimmy
Mrs. Snclalr: greeted guestsat I' iency. Thornton. They were taught how to bake the cakes, decorate them, and
the door and standing In how to BRADFORD UNION AREA
It was announced that Mrs. shape the flower embossing. -
the receiving! line were Mrs. Paul Tomlinson and Mrs.

Slade. MIs Moredock Mrs. L. Erma Buford have ;.been accepted -
TECHNICAL
H. Adams and Mrs James A. FreemanKirklandEngagement as new members In .the Fashion Show, Dinner Set Woman's ClubHears VOCATIONAL' -
Ryder mother of the honoree

Mrs. Matthews invited gueststo ToldMr. Auxiliary.The following. officers will be Friday Night By Junior WomenLocal Book Review CENTER

the coffee table In the dining and Mrs. B. Z. Freemanof Installed at the April meeting: Mrs. Ross Harris of Jacksonville
room which was covered Starke announce the engage- !Mrs. Olin White president; residents can have and $1 for children under 12. an ,absorbing reviewof
wih an Imported cloth over while]! satin. CenterIng Jean to David Wayne Klrfcland.: elect; Mrs. J. W. Rltch. first modeled while they dine at the after the show at 8 p.m. The Living" by Margaret Ban
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the table was an arrangement son of Mr. and Mrs Wilford E. vice-presMent! : :Mrs. George W. Junior Women's annual Spring nister, at' ,the Starke Woman's From 7:00 to 10 P.M.
cf yellow, white and McCraney of Lautey. Brown treasurer. ; Mrs. Hazel ""Fashion Show tomorrow night Mrs. J. C. Dukes is in chargeof Club Wednesday afternoon of
_ green chrvianthemums.!' glad1o11 Mr. Kirkland Is a graduateof Carlton, corresponding secre- (Friday. March 20)) at the the fashion show Mrs Linda
end Bells of Ireland, accented BUS. class of 1966. tary; and Mrs. M. W. Greasier Woman's Club.A Kaye Johns and Mrs. John last The week.speaker, who was Introduced instructions! Mill"he given on the subjects! covered
with small saver' wedding Miss Freeman Is a member of recording! secretary. spaghetti dinner will be Bradley are in charge, of fa'h- by Mrs. R. V. Turner, by the GED Examination. The GED will be
""bells.} Presiding at the the 1970 graduating class of Further plans were discussedfor served from 6 to 8 p.m. Clothes Ions Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. education chairman is a candidate administered! during the week of June S through
silver coffee and tea service BHS. the hamburger booth at :will ibe modeled 'throughout Bill Chambers >are in charge of for second vice president 12 1970.
were Mrs. J. E. Wilson great. A July wedding is planned. the County Pair which the ,:the two-hour period. decoration and Mrs. Ken cf the Florida! Federation
Auxiliary. will maintain.,! Volun- :FuQua Is !handling 'ticket sales.BroughtonLooney .
aunt of the bride-elect, and Tickets will be $1.50 for adults of Woman's Clubs.!)
Watson sister of teers were asked to sign up
Mrs. John III Mrs. Olin White! announced
St. Mark's Women. for attending the booth. Mrs.
the bridegroom-elect. .
for.a canas'abridgeparty
Eva Anderson reported ,the Shower Given :plans \ REMEMBER
As'.!tlf9T In serving! were Plan ActivitiesThe Auxiliary has a membershipof to be held at the clubhouse I: .. \:221 TO GET
Mrs. A. Y. Covlnpr'cn: Mrs. J. 108 women. For Mrs., Autry, Saturday March 21. at \\ t
Charles of St. Marks 8 Mrs Sherrod Hamiltonis :::'1l.
R. Wainwright M-s. Women During the social hour refreshments pjn. -. EASTERBUNNIES
DT-bv. Mrs. Jnhn Whelchel of Episcopal Church met Monday: were served by Recent Bride in charge of tlck ts. Mrs.
Jacksonville Mrs B. 0. Fer- night at the home of Mrs. Ken- Mrs. Olin White and her committee White also asked for recipes t
gueon, and Mrs. Randy: Johns. neth Grlder In Green Acres. Mrs. Robert M. Autry the for the Sadie Hawkins: cookbook -
Mr'. Clyd B. Terwlllesar, Jr former Carolyn Crews, 'a recent .
Th h"sf-s'es o'Fsented the conducted:!" the meat Ing ,and bride, was honored at ft. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid requestedthat ,
honoree with a yellow porcelain Mrs. Walter Richardson gave Bridal Shower miscellaneous shower Tuesday the shrubbery be pruned each 7
tea pot and' corsage as a me- the devotionals Mrs. William: night in the Presbyterian. "old! j 'w I; that is panted on the islands _
mento of) the occasion. Carter stated that new choir For Mrs. HowardAt manse" on N. Cherry Street. I along Highway 301 North and,
Two-hundred (guests were Invited robes have been ordered State Farm Hostesses were Mrs. W. J. Ep- South. '
to call between the appointed Mrs. Terwlltezar:. gave a report person, Mrs. L. V. Hardin, MrS. During 'the social hour refreshments EASTER CHICKS =. each 29'
hours. : on the! wor'- that was: done former W. T. Jackson Sr. Mrs. J. R. were served In the
in the nursery. anj Sunuiy drs. John Howard the recent Kite. Mrs. D. H. Montgomery.Mrs. unroom. Mrs. Lcnore Foster
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Cheryl Shealy, a
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School looms. R. G. Paterson. Mrs. C. presided:! at the silver: coffee
BridgeCanastaParty Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. J. bride! 'WAS honored!' at a bridal M. Echmltt, Mrs. R. D. Sink. .service An Easter motif was

SaturdayAt W. Kincald and Mrs. Griderh'e !week shower at Wednesday the Employees night Club of last at Miss Lillian! Stump.and Mr carried out In decorations.ThomasCarlton. FOR -- .:
T. Yawn.
: altar duty for March, and Hostesseshero A.
Woman's Club" Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mrs. the State Farm. Standing In the receiving line :.
E. Hltcfccork.
Mr* J.
were Mrs. Kite, Miss Stump,
for April.
The Starke Woman's Club Is Terwlllegar Money donated to the Mrs. J. E. Richardson Mrs. N. the honoree. Mrs. Lester Crews Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas VISIT OUR PET CENTER -
was B. Rosier. Mrs. J. Booth, Mrs. announce t"e engagement
sponsoring a dessert bridge formed EYC which will and Mrs. Robert L. Autry.
and canasta party Saturday, meet newly Sunday evening at Sidney Fortner, and Mrs. J. J. of their daughter. Elizabeth Complete Selection Tropical Fish and Plants.
March 21; from 8 to 10 p.m. in every House. Mr. Murphy. The refreshment ,table. !was Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughtonof Ann 'to Ken'eth Lee Carlton,
Parish
the club house. The public is and 6:30;: in Mrs.the William Carter and Standing In the receivingline : covered with a outwork' cloth Graham announce the engagement son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert, G. HAMSTERS GUINEA PIGS WHITE
invited. Paul Canova will were! Mrs Medford Shea- and centered with an eper- of their daughter, Carlton. MICE PARAKEETS
and Mrs
Three progressions! of brldgo Mr. ley: the honoree; and Mrs. gnette filled with pink and Mary Frances, ..to George William Miss Thomas and Mr. Carltonare
will be played and high\ score be sponsors."Flea Market" will John Marcus Howard. white spring flowers and centered Looney. son of Mr. and both graduates of BHS. STARK
prize will be awarded lor both be Another held after Lent and cards A focal po'atIn the party with pink candles. Mrs. Mrs. Marvin W. Looney of Miss Thomas Is employed at [?( PT4CENTh1
huge arrangement Montgomery presided at the Van H. Priest Co. and Carl-
bridge and.canasta. A highlight: .and stationery will be sold for room was a< Gainesville. The wedding will Mr.
cf spring flowers on the man punch 'bowl. 'ton is employed by .(the Department in HKT *r. i
of the evening Will be a spring money take place on June G. ; 1 .TARR.
hat fashion show. making projects.Mrs. tel. The refreshment table, was The gift table was centered of Transportation .ATM....".HARRY COLLIIR,OWNrR.SM ".
Richardson will send
Tickets at $1 each may be obtained cards! nt Daisy Cottage at Sun. centered with-, silver candelabra /with a pink and white camellia Miss Mary Bollinger of FSU Wedding plans will be an-
at Leila's, Loudon's orStump's with pink<, tapers: entwined tree arrangement. was home for the weekend. nounced later
land for the months of March
or call Mrs. Sherrod and April. She will also be the with smllax. The hostesses presented cor-

Hamilton, ticket. chairman, .at hostess next month. The hostesses presented ..the sages to .the honoree, her moth'

964-5830. honoree with a set of Corning! er Mrs. Crews, and Mrs. R. L.
Ware as a memento of the ce.ca8on. Autry. The honoree also received -
two pieces of her chosen 9&&u
WHY PAY MORE Approximately forty guests! china pattern as a memento
enjoyed the occasion. !from her hostesses. ..


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, rp{r : 7 $ 7 n0w ,i I I: visiting weekend.Mr.and wards Mrs.Mr.relatives E.C.of and.her Meridian Dukes Mrs.parents.here Curtis and Miss over Mr.friends were Ed-and the Serve A Different Cheese Cake StiI :.:'; 00.1 Too. T.H..Eoo. R E QUE ST.I I f' I





,::;::,:,:.:,:.:.:.:::.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:::-::::: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::;; ::: : ::::: :::::::... and Mrs. J.B. Godwin : :":..,: OF THE PRESIDENTI
and daughter Cheryl of Avon I .::.,:.;:
Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf Sr. I Park and son Cadet Jim God- "'.
Mrs. Carl L. Johns and son
and sister Mrs. F.O. Perryof Ricky will leave Friday fora win of West Point will spend S1S >:..' (The President of Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds, That Is)
Houston Texas were visIting ten day visit with Mr. and ,the weekend with Mrs Eve }{ '.0:
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their brother-in-law and Mrs. Charles Durkee In Bos Baldwin. .... t#
sister Mr. and Mrs.R.L Mor- ::::
ton. Mass. .. {
gan in Brunswick Ga.last week. John Burton of Knoxville .......' V:
Term was a weekend visitor of '':
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Herlong
Rex Smith and Miss Eliza- have had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. James Barron and Mr.
beth Kemp of Florida Southern Mrs. Mark Herlong and F.V. and Mrs. R.V. Turner. > I
College spent the weekend with Herlong of Jacksonville on Sun :::: .
Mr. Smith's grandmother Mrs. day, and Mrs. Corine Purvisof James Barron is in the V.A. -;:,'. te.. I::1
Bertha Pearce. Gainesville on Monday. Hosplatl Gainesville for tests \, i ::::
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and treatment. ..... ::
Mr. and Mrs.J.R.Weldon and -.:.'' ::1
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres 1 1
Miss Elaine Chance of Jack- :::: ,
family of Jacksonville were Saturday and family were In CordeleGa. .;,: ... :::
overnight guests of his sonville was Friday overnight
over the weekend visiting t
mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. MooreJr. guest of Miss Betsy Matthews. 1

They all had a family birthday Next time you're entertaining and don't mind fussing a little 1:1:$: INFLATION I
dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby In order to come up with a great dessert make this delicious :::: FIGHTING !
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb. visited Mr. and Mrs.J.B.Dans- new recipe for cheese cake. It's as different in flavor as its ::$::
Mrs. Annie R. Norman and marbled appearance. In fact your guests will all agree that "it ::::::
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade by In Perry on Sunday. is really marbleous." ':':
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Grant ....
Mrs. T.T. Long and Mrs. G.W. of Jacksonville were Sunday Rose McRae. Shellee Smith Marble Cheese Cake :!:;: We're Not Putting You On We're PuttingYou 1\11\
Stiegler of Pompano Beach attended afternoon visitors of Mrs.H.M. Alice Atwood and Mike Bryan, 1 cup graham cracker crumbs % cup sugar :$::::
the funeral of their sister Richarde and Mrs. O.L. of Morgan Road Chapel repre- 3 tablespoons Parkay yj cup flour ::$:: First! Again. 11
Mrs. J.E. Dean in Bacon-
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Haynes Sr. senting the New River Baptist Margarine, melted 1 teaspoon vanilla :::::
ton, Ga. on Sundae afternoon 3 tablespoons sugar 3 eggs ':<::
and also visited elatives in Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ste- Association, participated in the 3 pkgs. 8-oz. Philadelphia II-oz. square unsweetened :Si::: Custom Coupe V-8 Engine, Auto. 1111
sword drill tournament Satur- Brand Cream Cheese chocolate melted :::: 68 IMPALA $2285
Albany.Mr. fanelll and family of Ocala day at Evergreen Baptist :: Trans.. Power SteerinPower I::::
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Church. Combine crumbs, margarine and sugar. Press onto bottom of :$;: Brakes!', Air Cond.) Radio Solid White. Extra Clean. #r 1
.,and Mrs. Eddie Doug- Henry Stefanelli over the week- 9-inch spring pan. Bake at 325, 10 minutes. ft:! '
las of Atlanta, Ga. will spend end. Combine softened cream cheese, sugar flour and vanilla, mix- :$:::: V.S Engine Auto. Trans. ::111
Sport Coupe $ <
the weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. James McNeely ing until well blended. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after S::;:: 68 IMPALA | QOC
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenin Kel- and daughter of Lake City; each addition. Reserve 1 cup of batter: remaining batter ::?:: Power Steering Radio & Heater JLOO9 :x
Mr. and Mrs. George
Starke, and itfr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with Mr. over crust. Add chocolate to reserved batter; mix: well. Spoon i::: Clean
Howard Douglas in Brooker. sey of Minneapolis, Minn and and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.Mr. chocolate batter into pan; cut through batter several times for ::#::
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright and marble effect. Bake at 450, 10 minutes; reduce temperature to :::: Fur-v HIdoor' Sedan. V-8 En- $ 1 j
son of Gainesville were Satur- and Mrs. Charles Fields 250 and continue baking 30 minutes. Loosen cake from rim of tit-;:: 68 PLYMOUTH 1985Power
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent the day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and family of Jacksonville visIted pan; cool before removing rim of pan. .::.:: rine; Automatic Transmission ::
weekend with her sister Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and Mrs.Wal- Mrs. J.H. Fields on Sun- ,:.::. Steering Air Condition.CHEVROLET 1I::1:
N.K. Hurst, In Homasassa. la Lipsey.
day. Wesleyan GuildHosts Shower Given m Malih"Rporl CouPe -R \\1
Miss Louise Stern attendedthe 68 $1885 f
Mrs. W.D. Hamilton of Orlando -
Luzier Great Sales Raceat will spend the weekend Mrs. Vergie Flynn and Mrs. District For Triplets 111: j ine. Auto. Trans., ::::
Bessie Faxon of Gainesvillewere
the Thunderbird Motel in with Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Hamil Steering! I:.
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Meeting <1
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. visiting relatives in Mobile SundayMembers At Dinkins Home
ton. Ala and Tallahassee the 0:': 1\t\
fir Ton Step8lde Pickup| Radio
past week. of ths Wesleyan Ser Brown triplet ;:': 68 CHEVROLET $1495 ''
and' Mrs. Merritt Williams Local admittances to Bradford The Marvin R ]HeRter. :::
have as guests Mr. and this week vice Guild of the United Meth- :were honored at a baby shower ::::
County Hospital
Mrs. VV.H. Miner of Akron include: Mrs. Grace Page.Mrs. Mrs. Lex Green spent last odist Church were hosts ,at the Friday evening March 6. ::;:;: Electra 225, 4 Door Sedan. Full Power $ 1 1.
week with her son and family annual Gainesville District :::: 67 BUICK 2285
Ohio for ten days and Mrs. gIven by Mrs. C. L. Dlakl, : '
Lois K. Belcher, Charlie Hll- Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green Jr. ;:: nnd Air Cond. A True Luxury Cnr At .:::
George T. Knowles of Doug- hard, Mrs. Alvlra DeVoe Mrs. meeting Sunday afternoon in :Mrs. A. F. Garner and Mrs. T. y;;
las, Ga. and Mrs. A.P. Chap- Sue Miles Terry Goodge Mrs. in Gainesville and visited Mr. 'the sanctuary. F. Howell at the home of .the ::::: A Mode t Price. .11-?
man of Moultrie, Ga. for sev- Green who was a patient in the Dr. William; W. Roughton. Pratt Street. ::
Ruby Johns Mrs. Mary M. !former on
V.A. Hospital.Mr. Mallhti.) ? Door Sport Hl 11
eral days. Phillips. Leo T. Geiger Milton District Superintendent, was Guests were greeted at the' :::: 67 CHEVROLET Coup OC. '
Bell Mrs. Edna M. Williams John Reeves guest speaker and: followed his door by Mrs. Garner and given ;::: V-S Enirino. Four Speed JL OO9Trans :ii:::
Mrs. Lily Henry and Mrs. last talk with the installation of novel ribbon favors with thetriplets' :::: !' Radio nnd Healer : 1
Mrs. Joe Wallace of Key- Starke; Robert L. Brown and of St. Petersburg were of new officers. names Jennifer Jody :::: :x
stone Heights underwent sur- Mrs. Edna Bailey Hampton; Tuesday overnight Wilson. Mrs.guests Wilson Among those present were and Jason printed on them. :::{:: CHEVROLET Impala Station Wagon V-
gery Monday in Alachua Gen- Mrs. Julia Johns and Mrs. El- also Mrs.had J.E.as weekend guests Mrs. Mrs. Doris War of BranfOrd, Honored guests were Mrs. :::: 67 Ent'ine.. Auto. Trans 1885 ::111

eral Hospital. lene Reaves Lake Butler; Mrs. James A. Ryder and daughter WSCS district: president; Mrs. Marvin Brown, mother of the :.:"::. Steering Air Cond. Radio and Heater. ::::
Ruthanne Parr and Mrs. Mat- Miss Dell Moredock, of Miami. W. L. Hair Jr of Archer, district triplets, and the grandmothers.' ::,::
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- tye; Sargent Melrose; JamesW. treasurer, and members Mrs Gilbert Brown and Mrs. :r: Impala, 4 Door Hard-Top. :11
Rae were Saturday dinner Whitaker and Mrs. Renee attended a from WHllston, GaInesville. Julian McRae. : 67 CHEVROLET $1695
guests of Dr. and Mrs. McRae Mrs. Nate Dyal .r Engine Auto. Trans. ::::
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Dawson Keystone Heights. Legislation Seminar of theFlo- Lake City, Starke, and Ocala. A game of scrambled: baby :!:
Jr. in Lake City. rida Federation BPW club in Refreshments! were served in words was played by the :::: Steering Radio. Air Condition ::1:
Mrs. Harry Felton of Day- Fellowship; Hall by Mrs. Henry Included close ::::
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Mrs. F.W. Strickland Mrs. tona Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville an Saturday. Godwin: and her committee. guests friends of .the Brown and Mc. :::: 66 FORD Falrlnne. 4 Door Sedan V-8 Engine, Std S 985 :\\\
A.N. Holliday, and Mrs. Olin
O- R.W. Mlllbank of Rockvllle Center Col. and Mrs. Roger H.Smith The lace covered tea table was Rae families. :::: Shift. Radio Air Cond. ::::
White of Starke and Mrs. '
L.I., N.Y were guests of Alexandria. Va. were last centered .by an arrangement of ::::
dessa Mitchell of Gainesville last week of Mrs. F.T. Hogue Thursday and Friday guests of azaleas and dogwood. : Cntnllnn Sport Coupe. V-S Engine: S 1m
the weekend at Lake Wales 66 PONTIAC 1 585
and spent attended the Passion Play Sr. and on attended Thursday.Mr.Also Hogue'sfuneral attending Mr. and Mrs.George W. Brown. Birthday Party \\\ Auto. Tran., Power Steering! J Power ::::

Saturday night. the funeral were Mr. Eastern Star For Tina Grover 1:1.:. Drakes. Air Cond.. Radio and Heater._ ;:::::::
Wilbur Waters of Field, .'.
and Mrs. H.B. Easterling and Corey '
Mrs. W.H. Andrews of Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow- Pensacola, was home for the Installs Officers Mrs. Jimmy Dann of Melrose :::;: 66 BUICK Electra 22.1; .1 I Door, Sedan, Full Power $1685 111

was visiting friends and relatives son of Bedford Lake. weekend.Mr. gave a birthday patty Sunday :::;': Radio Heater and Air Cond. ::
here on Saturday. Members of Starke chapter :::: '
afternoon at her home for her ;y 1
and Mrs. Leo Champion OES held an open Installation granddaughter. Tina Diane ::::::: PONTIAC GTO port Coupe V-S Engine 3 '
65 $1195
Mr. and Mrs. Tully Nor- Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins visited Rev. and Mrs. V.J. Monday night. Grover. on her 12th birthday.A :::1 Speed Floor Shift. Radio & Heater i 1 i i6S
man, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald were in Jacksonville Sunday Ragsdale in DeBary last Mon- LlUle; Morgan and J. L. Gentry carried :::
toyland theme was
Norman, and Mr. and Mrs. visiting Frank Hemmingway in day and Tuesday. were installed as W.M. and out 'n the party decorations. ::: I""pnla RS Sport Coupe V-8 li
Rudolph Sapp and families vis- St. Vincent's Hospital and also Verna Brice, PXKM. :and VIncent CHEVROLET $1085
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Games with! prizes were enjoyed. : Engine, Auto. Trans.!' PowerSteering ::
ited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eg-
Mr. Wiggin's mother, Mrs. Ida Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glinesof BrIce P.O.P. assisted:
gers in Jacksonville on Sat- Wiggins. Jacksonville were Sunday ,by Mary Laura Johnson G.T. The refreshment 'table was ::::..1 Air Cond. Radio & Heater. 1111
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urday. visitors of Mrs. Carrie Pitch Marshall, and Ima Williams centered with 8n artificial
Miss Joyce Allen visited Mrs. and Miss Annie Darby. Mrs. as 0.0. at the piano.A floral arrangement. ::::::\ 64 CHEVROLET Impala Wa 17011, \-8 Engine; Au885 11
L.D. Green is a patient in Mildred Thrift in Macclennyon Glines will be remembered as courtesy was given for Those attending from Stark ::: to. Trans. Power ::ti::
the Macclenny Nursing Home. former Miss Gloria Johns. ''Were Mrs. George Grover :::
Saturday. the 'the W.M.. and W.P. and refreshments i1 Air Cond. r 1i
mother of Tina, Mrs. E. W. :::, H
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Robinson, and Miss Tammy :;:.:: Trans. Power Steerintr! Power I::::
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Bradford County Volun- 1 : 1963 CORVETTE STING RAY - $ : ;11
La'csAux11lary ::1 695
teer Fire Department : :---
will meet Monday, 1 : V-8 Engine, \ Speed Transmission Radio, Heater : 111

March Fire House 23 at on 7:30:Edwards: p.m. at Loop.the ':: .:.................A..Real...HDort..'.............................! ::::

1.7rec AU members are urged to attend Carlton Faulk of Jacksonville 1 As-Is Where 7s I m
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as final plans: for the was visiting his grandparents
fair booth will be made at this Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter YOURS 1m
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meeting. All Interested ladles Sr., over the weekend.

arc Invited. -' L.C. Smith of Miami and Mr. 11[ 65 flftDlf AID Coupe. :1:t Speed. Floor Shift Radio, $ 395 1 1

PLA TEX and Mrs. Robert Judy weekend of Mll- ::1: UUitwftlK and Heater. ::;:
ledgeville, Ga. were
visitors of Mrs. Henry O'Hara. 1 F 8r'n; or Sedan, V-6 En-; $ 1
63 OLDSMOBILE 585
ft.. ::: Sine$ uto. Trans., Power ::::
Whiffen of San
< Mrs. Reva
( ; 7'1 Angelo, Texas is visiting Dr. Steering. Air Cond. ::1 1
New ArrivalsBradford and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen for a
week. 63 CHEVROLET lfel'-Air 4 Door Sedan, 6 C'lin38S' 11
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,j# der Auto. Trans. Radio :::1:

County Hospital an. ters Mrs.of Gainesville Jimmy Hall spent and daugh-Sunday ::: Heater. ::::

flounces >the following births: and Monday with Mrs. Hall's HartI Door Sedan f fj Cylinder $

M PANTY Lawtey Mr. and, :a! Mrs.daughter.James C.Tamara Sapp, parents Baldwin Jr.Mr and Mrs. M.A. 1 63 DODGE 385 1 1III


S'e iAT Lee Mr.March and Mrs.11. Robert Alton III 63 RAMBLER M'ajjon, Engine Trans. $ 85 illl illlm

LAST Martin, a daughter, Karen 9'/ H
Lynne! March 12. m
.' a unique lightweight fabric Mr. and Mrs. Terrance Lee CHEVROLET impala Sport Coupe New V-R $ 485 1111
that combines freedom of movement 3oatwrlght. Hampton, a daughter ::1: 62 Engine. Rebuilt Trans. Radio ::::

with natural figure control... Terri Lelsha.SEnVICE !:: and H en I er.

with garterless cuff that really works. ,k :11 ::1}
SCHEDULE! Impala Door Hard -A $
An amazing lightweight stretch ; .; CATHOLIC CHURCHES 3::1 62 CHEVROLET Sine Auto. Trans, Radio 485 ::.

fabric LETS YOU MOVE FREELY ,, ;! : .::: Heater :.:.
You move freely and Free Spirit ST. EDWARD'S Starke: Ask

moves with you without binding Sunday Man, 8 a.m. aid I Sedan Engine Trans. (Tow it Away) S I:

or constricting. .,, j ',i ;,;,p f )r 9:13 Monday a.m. Mass, 8:30: a.m. Charley i ;i ..: 60 DODGE 2S

JUST THE RIGHT CONTROL ry Wednesday Afatl, 7 p.m. :;"
Shapes naturally...but gently Saturday Mall and No. I
FASHION MAGIC'CUFFS THAT REALLY '7 vena, 7 p.m. AUTHORIZED DEALER

WORK WITHOUT CARTERS 1111 Full Line International Harvester
ST. WILLIAM'S, K'ftone HU JohnsAbout
Light and lacy...holds stockings up f -
Sunday Mas. I a.m. ': : .:
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panty legs \ :: ::::
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Available in 3 style )f. } ST. MARY'S, Macclenny: "Fire insurance can never

SHORTIE $8.00 PANTY $8.50 LONG LEG $9.00 p ix Sunday Ma... 11:30: ajn. replace the treasured and : #

Size XS,5,M,L I;, t +, unique personal belongings I I

(XL $1.00 morel) '\ 1 lost photographs in a fire -keepsakes such as AS

THE BRADFORD and collector's items. Is RAInWIN

COUNTY TELEGRAPH "fire prevention" the answer -

by removing$ newspapers
PublltJi-d! every Thursdayat flammable rubbish
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STump'sDEPARTMENT 1M W. Call Street and by insulating all heat. S t / '_ 4 >
As seen on N SUrke, Florida 32091 ers and hot pipes from : '

Second class pottage paid wood partitions? .

at Stark, 17orida.ebsertllw Charley E. :::: U. S. ::301 North Phoner961.7500r ::


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year; 12.73 ala month I

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: Holy Week services, sponsored .
(Continued 'by the Starke Ministerial:
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Alliance and: star tin: ? Monday S YS

ing it difficult to keep the road tain turnouts off state highways.The and continuing: through Good a
open at all times.In state's responsibility is to Friday. Your Perch.
answer to a question about keep the turnouts passable # A free luncheon is beIng
the SR-16 repaving contract,the Ward said, but not to pave planned by the woman of theparticipating

DOT officials could only tell them.Told churches for all
AA4a Think ahead. Take
the commissioners that the entire Commissioner Bryan who attend the services!! in the
contract in Clay and Brad- that statistics on which secon- Fellowship Hall of the First advantage of Carrier's -

ford Counties totals $648.152 dary roads received main- Methodist Church. This Is planned low, preseason ;
tenance from the DOT are not
In other action, the DOT: so that business peopla y now being
kept in Lake City but would i prices
may! attend, eat lunch, -Promised Mrs. Chastain it
have to be obtained from the offered on 32 differ-
hear the Easter messag, all
will study reducing the speed main office in Tallahassee.The t
limit on SR-18 around Hampton DOT charges maintenance costs during the noon hour from 12 ent models of room ;
,
Lake. according to what it costs the to 1 p.m.Theme. tI air conditioners!
of the week will 'be'
-Told Commissioner Normanit DOT to repair roads in each
will again study placing a county, Bryan was told. The New Cub Scout Pack In Acton; "Questions from The Passion,"

caution light on SR-16 at the Commissioner had pointed out u with the following: minIsters Twelve styles from i
intersection at the state pri- the DOT charged Bradford and Don Neats. Committeemembers ; conducting: Monday, Rev W. 5,000 to 34,000 BTU's
Recently organized Cub Scout Third William Crowson, are Charles Blalock,
row:
son gates with SR-225. Norman A. Hogan. 1st Baptist Church:
County $625 per mile for each Pack 513, sponsored by the Nelson Green, Timothy Schil- John Goolsby, J.T. Carver, and feature a touchcont
said several accidents have oc- Tuesday Rev. Djrion S:1I111'al1.Madison ,
cured there and that the problemis of its 80 miles of secondary Southside Elementary PTA, is ler, Allen Montgomery, Chris Cliff Griffis. The institutional Street Baptist, ; Wed- trol comfort center, i iS
lie asked what basis the
road. """
open to boys ages 8-10. Felos, and Pat Mundorff.Fourthrow representative is Harry Green, /' i
not constant traffic, but rush nesday, Rev DeWitt T. Fara-: automatic thermo-
figure was changed on.
Members shown above at their : Terry Mundorff, Joe Va- cubmaster is Dewey McKinney, THIS WEEK'S
hour traffic when the ,
prison -Told Commissioner Norman bee Jr, 1st United (Methodist:?: ; wide
changes shifts. first pack meeting Feb. 26 are: linskl, Ronnie Butler, Frank- and assistant cubmaster is SPECIAL stat, range of ;
Thursday J. Brown, minister
did have the Infor- C. (
-Agreed at Hamilton's they not Front row (I-r): Terry Car- lin Blackburn, Bobby Smith, Dewey McKinney, and assist- t mperature.set- a
request BTU's
mation about issuesBradford's 1st Christian Church Good
which bond
to investigate.SR-18 for ver, John Denmark, Johnny John Valinsld, Jerry. Blalock, ant cubmaster is Wayne Mun- ; S 19,000 18-way de-
secondary road Friday: Rsv.!! Edward Kirby air
Goolsby. Second row kneeling): and Del Griffis. dorff. ONLY Election
frozen spots.
-Told the commissioners in funds are going to pay,and which David Rowe, Craig Bryan,Scott Den mothers are Mrs. Laurie Parents interested in their St. Edward's: Catholic Church. high den-

answer to Bryan's question, the bonds on each issue will Roberts Bobby Rehberg, Andy Crowson, Mrs. Andrea Mun- sons joining the new cub pack Sunrise Service will be held $$279.95Model sity installation plus a
be Norman said he
paid off. at 7 a.m Easter Sunday in, the
that "to a degree" it is the Johnson, Terry Saucer, Josh dorff, and Mrs. Joy Rowe. Den are invited to contact Scout- other "extras."
intends to secure that Infor- 1st United Methodist!! Church many eS
DOT'S responsibility to main- McGriff. and Kevin Hamilton. leaders are Clarence Saucer master Dewey McKinney at 964- ( 51DP-203
mation from Tallahassee. 6930, he says.Talent. with the message by Rev. Sum. See them today I

rail, and music ,by the 1st Bap- ee
ee
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Housing Anti-Burglar SearchTo
Carrier

ResolutionIs RECREATION NEWS Seminar Set Be Held Opry ana otner shows.

For March 23' His search lor talent In North S /

PassedContinued ,....:..:.:.::...::'::,:.':,:_:::.:=.,.;._.,:,.:..:.,_..:..:_.:.n.:.:.:_.:._:..:..:..:..:-..-:..:..:..:..:-..:'".:...':..':..':...:..':...:...::.:;:.::.;,.:..:.;'.;,':,,;.,:,.:;.r;?}:-:->;x{'xnux A seminar on "anti-burglar During Fair Florida outstanding is specifically country -to western locate o

entered the 1970 Recreation devices" will be held::) from 7 to "Country Bill' Davis longtime music and: gospel artists and IS SLADE I

( From Page One) BANTAM: : BASEBALLTO Men's Softball League!! and wJl: 8 p.m. Monday, March 23, in personality in country- entertainers.! ISi
BEGIN REGISTRATIONBoys basin 1 teaarue play Monday, 'the old courthouse sponsored western music will conduct a Talent: from all North FlorIda -
month. The present elevator age 10, 11, and 12 who April 6. !by the 'Bradford Sheriff's Department search: for talent at -the 20th and surrounding area Is i GAS AND APPLIANCES

maintenance guarantee expiresin plan to play Bantam Baseball The league will play on Mon the Starke Police De. annual Bradford(! County Fairin Inivlted. to participate.: Applicants

September. ,this season may register at' day Tuesday and Thursday partment. and the Chamber of Staifce; April 14. are asked to notify the .
bill for $100 the Pratt Street Center Monday "Country Bill" has been in Association ,
-Approved a Commerce. Bradford Couny Fair:
nights at West Side Park wllli
for H.E. Brown for appraisingthe through Friday after a double header played each of Representatives from ,the show 'business for more than Box 1118 Starke Fla 320- 'S 332 W. Madison St i Phone 964.77011

Maude Wainwright Hess school until 5:30: ( pjn. those nights.,;: Florida. State Telephone Co., 30 years, and has helped:? to Dl, If interested in appearing i:... .. .. .. ..... .. N
property which the county plansto Practice sessions: -will begin and find talent for 'the Grand Ole
Opening Night Schedule a manufacturer's repre .
condemn to obtain access to Monday March 30, 3:45: p.m. --
sentative be
will to
Monday April -7:30 present
: p.m.
clean out a drainage ditch in at the Pratt.. Street !Ball Field. 7'r
Heilbronn Wlnn Dixie vs Starke Recreation discuss the various methods to Starke Open Sunday
the area.
scheduled -
Games are tentatively Dept. 9 Madison St. !be used in detecting 'and reporting
-Received notice from the ; p.m.
a P.M.
to begin May 9 and the unlawful intrusion.All Plaza Srii1'oilJ0P i to 6
Southern Railroad System station Baptist Church vs The Pro fa.
will end June 20.
season:
that a track supervisor will DEPT'S. Tuesday April 77:30: p.m. (business and professional
meet with the county on the RECREATION Starke Utilities V3 Lawtsy! ; I 0 people of Starke and surround.
question of the culverts under ANNUAL: EASTER EGG p.m Cunningham Gulf vs Pla.a ing area are urged to ',attend '
HUNT SCHEDULEDFOR
the trestle over Sampson Ca- :-. Lodge. this meeting.
FRIDAY, MARCH 27
nal. It is contended by some
The Annual Easter Egg Hunt .
that enlarging the railroad cul- ) I.
sponsored: ,by the Starke Recreation
STUPENDOUSSPRING
verts will increase the rate at
which flood stage water will Department; is scheduledfor
leave Sampson Lake and Alli- Friday March 27. 10( a.m..
gator Creek. It is also con- at West Side Paik the softball Open All Dv Every Dny

tended that lowering the rail- park located on Bi'ownlee Road f Fri., Rat. Until 7 P.M .

road culverts will drain Sampson 'behind the Middle: : School.All MISSES JUNIORS
Lake in dry times and thata boys( and girls, ''toddlers
spillway should be built In .through grades 6 ore invited to
.,- q., .' <<" ,,. --,"" PETITES HALF SIZES
Sampson Canal to control the participate. /" > /; "'.. r" : -
flow from the lake if the cul- EIGHT TEAMS: SET '>, o
verts are lowered. TO OPEN NEW > '
-Agreed that the exterior of SOFTBALL LOOP
the courthouse should be illu- Eight teams have officially DRESSES

minated at night, at least in

the early hours. BIG 20" ,X 41"
-Agreed to request that the City Sets ,

School Board keep the old court- FRAMED Carps Low Price 't l
house open during office hoursso
that prospective bidders may Street liepiiirs, EXCLUSIVE i

be able to inspect the articlesin The new "Young Look" is
(Continued From Page One) BRUSHSTROKE .y
the building the commissionhas in for Easter. Many stylesto 3 '

put up for sale as surplus business which has requestedthe choose from including,

items. larger light. The city has PRINTS 1 & 2 piece, in regular or
-Authorized purchase of a rented 150 watt lamps for $3.75 mini
lengths.Fashion spring
self-propelled mower for use per month in a program adopted -
at the courthouse colors in rayons, linens, ,
grounds upon several years ago. $5.95 Values
request of Custodian Herbert 8 cottons & many more fab

Norman. -Okayed attendance ata water $38 Choose from 24 beautiful rics.
-Asked Road Dept Supt. R.E. and sewerage shortcourse in scenes in handsome 1W
Jones to supply a truck neededto Gainesville March 22-23 for two frames with decorator styled :

haul sawdust and shavings sewer plan employees. 0 borders. A Special Purchase OTHERS AT.....$7.99 to $13.99 ;
from a lumber yard to the Fair- -Was told by Attorney George makes this fabulous Value
grounds in preparation for the Pierce that deeds on the tradeof possible. .
__ __ _....._ ,...... ,...._ .
April 1-4 county fair. Chair- property with W.T. Jackson' -=-:; "-or.; '!!"":' 7""T.iit..,.,_..J?..' ..._..". t...... ey Y4iii rw
man Zedra Hamilton said per- will be presented to the council -
sonnel will be available at the at its April 7 meeting. HAND TOOL SPECIALS

fairgrounds for spreading the -Was told by Supt. Davis that Our Rag. 66C GIRLS NEW
materials. work on moving utilities onSR16 I

-Changed the time of its reg- will begin around the end w "PONCHO"SLACK Ty
ular first Monday of the month of this month. Davis said a

meeting from 9:30: to 8:30 a.m. work order has not yet been SET
upon request of CommissionerBryan. issued to the contractor V.E. p491equebty ,
+
Whitehurst of Williston by the

Berries Ripening Department said the of city Transportation.Davis really should. SEAMLESS MESHPANTY j $ 2 99 'SOFT LOOK" [i It

not begin moving utilities untila 1

Fast; Market May work order is Issued. Davis ...... ......, ,.,.:.:.:........... w 3-6X HANDBAGSCarps
.
HOSE
: ..'.'\':\.\ \'. ;>>: .lSl::': ...:. w
Open Monday noted that oak trees being removed .;. ,.. .',. = "
now are being cut under n4 Adorable 2 piece set. I
r" $ 99
Whitehurst's personal super- Ut Wft.J 'X Carps Print slacks withy Low 2
vision. \ i Low $129 elastic back & fringed Price i
S Price
Strawberries!! were ripeningfast Noted that complains that the Adjustable Metal % 5 poncho Perma press o
SET OF 12 W
:
by midweek with tsmper-! I cotton in assorted New
legal advertisement of the city's ) crinkle patent & bronco
atures Wednesday In the BO's( budget report in The Telegraphcould 12 OZ. TUMBLER SET 54" IRONING BOARD i. Panty Brief & sheerest dress to colors. calf. Many styles, shapes & '
after a late season low of 32 not be read because thetype stockings with nude heel. colors. 1k
y'CUT
CUT TO TO 7. 14, S3.99
degrees hors last Monday::: morn- was too small. Clerk Ed- Ir Many colors. Sml-Avg-Tall. Others at... .. ..$3.99$4.99$5.99Golfer

ing. Light: frost was 'also reported wards was authorized to work Set.of..12 sin bevaragagla Avocado $ '33 AdJu.labl.h.'ghl.fully vented for $ 344

Monday In spotty areas out a republication of the advertisement or Harvest Gold.TROUSER. cooler ironing All '
but little or no damags was with The Tele- eft MENS SPORT MENS MENS

reported to berry bloom or graph. ?

young fruit! -Approved the write-off of 18 SET OF 3 SHIRTS SLACKSOur JACKETS
Starke Farmers Market man- bad utility accounts totaling$519at Flta r ,
agar Bcb, Allen said there was the request Clerk Edwards.. ,4ii. t

'A possibility auction would Reg SS.99

start: "in: some form" early ,...,. $
next; week, If berries! come on Ollr Reg, 3
$3.49 $ 99 1 t
PKG. 10 TRASH BAGSCUT
in sufficient volums. He urged, HANGERSOur $644Galey c 4
growers!! to let him know several Reg. 88C TO

days in advance before ? Hardwood hangers Heavy duty plastic t
bringing berries! to the market, with tooth construction 66< bags for trash or 59
Short Sleeve shirtsin
for sure garbaga. Twist- & Lord Jacket with
so he can to have
arrange
stripes, solids
grib. liaa Included. Spring Plaids. action back, raglan
.buyers on hand. & fancies. Perm Ivy belt-Loop sleeve & water
i19-4 Press Poly/cotton. model Trim & repellent finish
DAZEY CANOPENER ..-.r 30" HARDWOOD .. Assorted colors tapered in poly/ y, Perm press poly
S-XL. cotton. Perm/ cotton. Ass'd '
STOOL col-
: .:,,- kt -1\\, Press. 2938. ors S-XL, a
\.;
i J. j CUT TOt
t 4.
I $ \ $388 7
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through, eh?" Opens .1 Pre-sandad. ready d
can magnetic lid to finish. Double
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*PRUNING*DI.MOSSINO ACeivrNliG".LCAItINO Parade with these 9 Handsome oxfords or |$ 99 either Oxfords or Slip-
$49 Bee}-roll slip-ons 9
*HIBING-CAVIly KIFAIRS fashionable heels ons. Black or Brown .
i'TinRIMOVA4Gainesville" with sturdy composition leather $ 9 9
\ Hardwood daeoralor Sturdy bronya fin- which feature long soles. Both are uppers, comePosition
STUMP rack includes ah I chair. Easy sole & soft 5 ;
J wearing soles. Choose either Whiteor leather and available in Black or
SRINDING 12 Apothecary -P folding. Buy 4 for Black Patent both with soft I Iining.Sizea8ya'12 & '
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Bolles Is 10 Strokes Better Than Bradford

HomerSinks
r A tough Bolles golf team Only Bradford's number four The Tornadoes unofficially
downed Bradford High golfersby man, David McRae, matched downed Palatka by three strokesIn
10 strokes in a contest at 'his opponent. They tied 4242. the match, 171174. But the
Deerwood Country Club In Jacksonville match didn't count and Palat-
last Friday.It The other three Tornado ka has beaten BUS twice In
i golfers had the sails taken out their two scheduled matches.
Raiders ; 4 evened the BITS record at of their wind as Bolles play-
5-5. Deerwood is the site of ers downed Dale Johns, num- BUS players going the nine
I the 1969 Jacksonville GJO. ber one man, 41-43; two 39's holes for experience Friday
I Johnny Brown's sixth Inning straight hits and a perfect night Bolles for 13 bits here Fridayfor .6p.6pI by Bolles downed Mike Fogg were Ed Wainwright, 49, Luke
:' home run, his fourth straight at the plate. Jerome Williams an 8-6 win: but lost 6-J; In Shaw To SpealiAt who shop a 41 and Richard Powell and Randy ZIpperer
I Bradford Cocoa SeminarState Roberts who had a 45. both 54's.
:e 1""]" a 5-2 win over Orange Park each had two hits. infield committed ;lour errors
1 here Tuesday night. F. Shaw ---- ---
w The Orange Park shortstop, Saturday Rep. Eugene --- --a
: The three-run homer Gilbert, had three straight sin- The split' left BHS 2-2 far the of Starke will speak at a lunch-
N hit down the field line In was the gles to shine for the Raiders. season and 2-1 in ,the Florida eon'on March 20 at the Sheraton i NOTICE OF SALE e
:\ bottom of the sixth and the Friday the Tornadoes go to star Conference In a three Colony Inn, Cocoa Beach, '
I' game tied 2-2. The blast tra- Live Oak for a 3:45 game. way tie wlbh Palatka and Lake! as part of an all-day seminar HIS auditorium seats -- 22 sections of nine seats
:. veled about 350 feet Saturday at 2 p.m. they return City. Fsmandina! led the loup. dealing with the needs and and desires the- per section. Hacks and seats are wood; all frame!

: It came after back to back home to host Fernandina, niter the weekend with a0:) food Industry.of consumers Iwork isjnetal. The seats are fold-up type and each!

I is singles by Mark Graudons and the leading team in the Flo-Next conference mark. Shaw, member of the Legislature's )section may be attached to the floor with screws.m
rida Star Conference.
.' Jerome Williams. Graudons Larry Tanner Joint Interim Committee *
Tuesday, March 24, they meet fielder Prospective purchasers who would like to inspect
+:' was the winning pitcher, going the game winning. single for Consumer Protectionand .the
Palatka here at 7:30 p.m. polled seats should contact Mr. P. T. Nolin, USC|
I' 6 2/3 Innings. He needed help against Bolles In ih3 seventh chairman of the House of
+II I from the same Johnny Brown Johnny Brown will start the :inning The hit scored two I Representatives side of the |Building, Staike, 32091, telephone 96.1.6800.Offersl'
':. In the seventh. Live Oak game and Mark Grau- runs to break a G-8 deadlock.It committee, will discuss the (should be submitted in writing Bradford Count
+: dons will go against Fernan- after Jim Temple had ,committee's recently Issued Board of Public Instruction. P. O. Drawer 939. "
Brown's first hit came .
pitch was dina. Graudons has two wins l.h.: ., _.__. containing numerous I'; tarke. Florida
.ii\ back to him to end the game. singled, Jerome Williams walk- report 32091, prior to April 7. 1970. .
+: BUS bombed Orange Park in l his first two starts this sea- ed and both advanced::! : on a This pitching and hitting duo lifted BUS to n recommendations be for consideredby consumer 110:00 A. ]M. The Hoard reserve the right to accept |
to
.' pitching for 12 hits. "I'm extremely son.The Tornadoes are now 3-2 wild piich.Eirois 5-2 baseball win over Orange Park Tuesday. Mark legislation the 1970 Legislature which J>r reject any or all offer

. proud of our kids," for the season and 3-1 In the spelled the BHS downfall Graudons, left, struck out nine in his second win. convenes next month. ...----- ---- -__ ...
for
: Coach Jim Garlington said after conference.OP. in Lake: City.: ExplsUine: Brown had four straight hits and belted
.. the win. "I feel like we all their Jive runs in the sec Johnny the game-winning home run. ..... .............. .... ... ....
:' can play with just about anybody BOX SCORE ond inning, the Tornadoes:! over
,I' as long as we hit like came a 2.() .'Clclt. Late CUy, .best Jamof the season in Catcher Jim33! McNeal hit
I" we're doing now." J. Williams d 4 I 2 has scored: a pair in the' bottom Lake City according! to Coach:! the right field fence at BHS'I.h : Barrett Water Conditioning :
II c! {the first, bth: unearned.The : all Bol-
I The visiting Raiders took a J. Brown If 4 2 4 Jin Garllnton.; Brow went \\ : a long triple: aga1mt
: 2-0 lead, pushing a run across D. Johns ss 3 0 I Tigers came back In the the way striking! out 7. wilkIn les. It measures: ; 300 foot from
, In the fourth of five innings. J. McNeal c 3 I I ,bottcm of 'thi fifth: to score ,.? 4 and allowing! ; only 4 hits (home plate Jerorns Williams And
Tlelng It up in the bottom T. Tally 3b 3 0 I ;three runs on a hit and two in a losing effort. hag: n pi'i: of doubles as did : Pump Company :
of the fifth the Tornadoes used J. Temple Ib 3 0 2 mor eirors. "We gave it to them. Coach Jim Temple!! Dean Johns startIng
T. EUand rt 2 0 0 Garlington said'', looking at ths + at shortstop! ] for the first
. Lake
pulled:!
three straight hits. Brown and A suicide: squeeze!! JOHNNY BARRETT OWNER
j catcher James McNeal singledand G. Rlherd 2b 2 0 0 City throJRh: in the! bottom of errors marked on the score- time: had a double! and a single : :

third baseman Tommy Tal- M. Graudons p 3 1 1 the seventh!! after: BHS pitcher book. 130 Court Street Phone 9645832Automatic :
L. Brown ph I 0 0 intentionally Mark Gratidon1: was .the winning BOLLES BOX .
dou- Brown
ley drove them home with a Johnny
,
28 5 12 pitcher In the Bolles An R n .
ble down the left field line. 'walkeii:!, a man to load the bas- sameIn .. .
his first! outing of the sea- J. Williams 322
The game stayed knotted until es with no outs. BHS th forced with son. He hurled 6 1-3 innings 1,. Tanner 422 t Water Softeners and Iron .
At home :::1 .
one man: i r:
the bottom of the sixth and one out a Lake City batter: : laid allowing 10 hits, fanning. : 6 and M. G'a:lro'ls' 411: Filters Designed for Trouble-Free.
two men were out and the Tornado walk in? 2. J. MrNc-al 2 1 1 f
Bolles .
with th3 runner
dawn bunt
a
.
I explosion came. Four BHS batten had two D. Johns} 402 6 t Service. .
Brown, a starting pitcher, 0'tJli1:1 going with! the pl'ch.: :: Grits each and every smarter hit '.'. Fil'.nd. 301 .
. 6-5\ ; -win.
(
the Tigers a
Lake It
was used Tuesday to fill in the City -cnve
safely In that gam?. "If you T 7..VJV 301R .
Pumps for Home and Industry! uhme dhJe .
the Larry
outfield for injured SiTA-R 1'PEINDUSTFilEt3
:.chef his: hit like that ye.]'l'e soin to JTcOovcrn 201
Tanner. He responded with four Toinada: base;!:alle.a! bombed:! Johnny Brown pi : win some ballgames was Garl- J. Temple 322 INC Deep Well Jet -- Shallow Well Centrifugal. .

.Ii. ....- ..... & Inpton's!' comment. totals 29 8 13 .

j s Sales & Rentals :

-Are Runners Take .

FREE WATER ANALYSIS .

J t Bolles 91 41 : Call 964-5S.32 Day or Night for a Complete Water Analysis! done in your .

1 You I Home. We have the latest! Analysis; i Equipment to Diagnose your Specific .
Tornado thine lads rolled to an 2123. Water Problem. .
easy 91-41 win over Bolles In Sprint Medley Relay- 1) BUS, .
dual meet here 2:20.5. (Lennon, Barber Henry ....... ........... ...... ..
a Tuesday night.It : .. .. .. .......................

, I FeelingSave was the fifth win in dual 220, Flynn Yd )Dash-. I)Douglas, BHS, Mail! this Coupon: for a : I would like for your representative to test! ...
four loss-
competition against
es for, Coach: George Loper's 23.4. 2) Lee, BItS, 23.9; 3)Eng) .. Water Analysis! test. : my water at no expense! or obligation. .
Bolles, 23.9. Prompt Response -
young charges. OhNAME .. __ .
No No h ---- fit
Sophomore Wallace Lee Two Mile Run- Green,BHS, Charge -
I t The turned In a 53.1 open 440yarddash 1107.7: ; 2)) Garrett, BUS, 11.08.1: ; ligation : ADDRESS __ .
to win that event. lie also 3)) Lowery, BItS, 11:08.2.:
placed second In the 220 dash One Mile Relay-1)) Bolles, : : PHONE NO. __ :
and third In the 100.
3:42.2.
BITS swept the three placing ...... .......... .. ...... ... . ..
positions in the high and low
I tSqueezet hurdles with Jimmy Andrews,
Tim Murphey, and John Dyal. Fabulous'' Fashions In This
Andrews won the lows in 22-
flat and the highs in 16.8.

t winning Wayne BHS Bennett mile anchored relay team the LOVELY CONTEMPORARY BEDROOMof

with a 53.8 leg. That came on
top of a 53.5 time which placed

# dash.him second In the open 440- Lustrous Walnut r


t Allen Patz placed third in the
880-yard run in 212.3: his best
tE time of the year.
,r$ John Douglas won the 100 In
10.5 and the 220 in 23.4. 1
The Tornadoes will partici- I ; ii
t pate in the Fletcher Relays Fri- 1frfr1Lj Lji1i
day in Jacksonville Beach.Next
Wednesday, March 25, they go S
to the Lee Relays in Jackson- ',
ville, then Saturday March 28, -
t they go to the Florida Relays ..
in Gainesville.
,, i tp1nT'
s
M Statistics
vns!
> ,

Shot Put1) Zahra, Bolles,
t 40-1 1/2; 2)) Buby, BUS, 39-
7 5. 1/2; 3)) Davis, Bolles, 38-

Discus- 1) Versalsl, Bolles,
115-3; 2)) Fradin, Bolles, 97-8;

a Little Each Week or Month and You'll be 3)Pole Shuford Vault1), BITS, )96-1.Keys, BUS,

Surprised How Much you can Accumulate in a Short 9-6: 2) Thomas, Bolles, 9;
3) (Hodges, BITS, 9.
Time. High Jump1)) Murphey, BUS,
5-4; 2)) Coleman, Bolles, 5-2;
t t tt 3) Crawford, BITS, 5-0.
Broad Jump-D) Eng, Bolles,
We Pay 5% Per Annum 19-4; 2) Henry, BITS, 17-91/2; aPfik4f
3) Coleman, Bolles, 17-5.
120 High Andrews,
BHS. 16.8: 2)) Murphey BItS
t On Passbook Savings t tt 17.4; 3) Dyal J., BITS 18.7.
100 Yd Dash- 1)Douglas,BUS, LAMINATED
10.5; 2)) Turner BUS, 10.8; 3 PIECES ONLY
(With Earnings Quarterly) 3)) Lee, BITS, 10.9. PLASTIC TOPSon
One Mile Run-I 1)) Green BHS.
t t tt 4:59.3: : 2)) Harrison Bolles, Every Piece!
5:03.8.: 3) Garrett, Bl&, 5:04.0.:

It only Takes $2.50 To Open an Account Here Olenry Flynn 880).Yd, Relay1)Lennon, BUS Barber, 143.5.; $99 .95 Here is that long sleek styling you've always

440 Yd Dash- 1) Lee, BITS,
t tt wanted! Smart off-the-floor recessed
t 53.1; 2) Bennett, BUS, 53.5, styling,
3)) Baver, Bolles, 53.5.
drawer laminated
pulls plastic dustproof
180 Yd Low Hurdles- 1) An- tops,

drews, BITS, 22.0; 2)) Murphey, construction center-drawer guides and
Federal a
NOTICE First will close at Noon
: BITS, 22.8, 3)) Dyal J., BITS,

t Thursday, March 26 (only) in order to post t 23.8.880 Yd Run1) Coleman. Double Dresser Framed Mirror framed mirror. You'll be proud to own this

First Quarter Earnings! Bolles. 2:08.7: : 2)) Paterson BUS, Cut-Out t Panel Bed exquisite styled bedroom suite that will
BITS, 2:10.5, 3)) Patz, ,

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Jessie Complaints Continue i On Drainage DitchComplaints + f



continue to coma The ditch was brought up at ,agreed. : to a request by Com ditch on:*!, overflows along
from Pinehftven Subdivision:: : residents the DOT's annual hearing last 'mlssloner! Ralph Bryan to send. Pratt Street, after heavy rains.
about the condition of ,Friday In Lake C/y.: The) DOT an engineer ''to Bradford Temple Avenue >at Pratt S'rset
i'ithe ditch: which drains Temple MM W. H HVVMB MMi WiMWMaBM* County. to look into hat problem Js under water at times) after
To Retire Avenue (US-301)) and:!. runs and several others. heavy ra.lns.
through senta'tives the county and city larger ditch west of Orange
Miss Jessie is retiring from missioner J.M. (Huck'Norman. Councilman P. T. NolCn suggestel Annual Meet have both cleaned out their Street and flow 'west thresh
this fall. She plansto now finishing his first term, is : Tuesday night! that ,the portion, ,but the DOT has net. Saratoga FTei?h.'s. The ditch
-politics fishing. also up for grabs this Sep City Council and ,the County Set: ThursdayD. Jay Brown, second In com along Myrtle: !street is becom-
Mrs.go Jessie Chastain is the tember. There has as yet beenno Commission forma' joint com.mlttee mand! of ,the DOT, told the ing ('ro:! :Jin/ places, residents
senior member of the Bradford strong talk of any opposi- to BO to Tallahassee to Brafcrd commissioners it la complain.!:
County; Commission. This fall tion for him. 3 see the Department of Tran- R. (Billy: ) Matthews, pro- "highly, unusual" for >a city: or Councilman NoUn lives en
she will have over 21 yearsof "" 1 ... ". poilatltiin; representatives about fessor ,of political science and. county to maintain a roador Pratt S'reet a 'block off Temple
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continuous service on the the ditch. The 'Council agreed: i social science at Santa Fe Junior ditch: better than .the DOT. Avenue where ,the flooding
to contact !the\ county at; is College, will be suest spsaker The drain in occurs.
board. Only other county race will No hurricane didn't hit Starke, This is at the 32nd annual meetingof question comes
The veteran District 4 com- be for a two-year term for a April 6 meeting and turned off Temp Avenue, war! the According! to one veteran' cIty
missioner from Hampton has county clerk caused by the deathof the way the Blue Tavern on E. Brownlee St. looked the Matter! over to the Street ,, members of Clay Electric old armory.( The pipe runs un- official, the area has flooded
stumped the county five times veteran clerk Charles Darby after its front was sliced off to make way for Committee of which:! Noun is Cooperative, Inc., at Keystone dercrourd to Pratt Street since 1925 when old SE-13. now
for re-election. She is "MissJessie" last year. Highway 16 widening project. Several large oak a member. Heights. Thursday March 26. where it pours Into an open US-301, was built.
served 14
who
to everybody she trees Jike one at right, were also "victims" of the Matthews
knows, including her fellow consecutive years as Representative -
board members. The post is now held by Re- clearing project. Noun sad! he continues: !. to from the 8Ji: Congressional Don't CHOP.. .
"It's a big place when you publican Inman Green who was get. phone calls from Pinehav-; District, will b! heard
start walking from door-to- appointed for one year by Gov. 16 en residents about the condition during! ,the 1 p.m. business! por. I DIG) PULL,
door" she says of her coun- Claude Kirk. Right-of-Way\ Being Cleared on ; cf the ditch which runs Uon of the day's events BLAST!
&; off U8-301and! Is an open ditch The Thrasher Brothers Quar. .
'I've served on the board for Green says his plans now are from Orange to! Epperson let from Birmingham, Ala. will
'21 years and I think it's time to be a candidate.On Construction May Start in AprilWork Streets. The ditch flows past provide entertainment from LIT OUR STUMP GRINDERS
for someone else to take over :the west boundary:: of the city, 10 a.m to 1 p.m. REMOVE THEM INEXPENSIVELY .. 4
''as. commissioner from District and Is a problem to the! county
4," was her succinct statement the Democratic side sev- on clearing right-cf-way will handle: the moving of oth- .too. according .to Utilities The meeting starts at 9 a.m. FREE ESTIMATES / .. ;
when she responded to a ques- eral are rumored to be interested for the! long-delayed( Highway: er utilities Itself rebuilding' Supt Oscar Davis. and will! ,be open for registra-: CALL 376.1766, ....' ,,
tion Monday. in the clerk'sBut Democratic Job. 16 rebuilding project Is underway power lines, replacing waterlines NoUn suggested the DOT basked ,lion and voting until.!] 7 p.m. G.ai"evi"c *r&i I "';:
Mrs. Chastain has served candidates the number will probably of dependon with actual construction and relocating; : ,gas linesat to take title to the d'.tch ,Trustees will] be elected!! from SAPP'S REE SURGEONS: '- .
since 1949, when she was appointed .- whether Mrs. Virginia Darby expected to start around::! April an estimated .cost of $70- I rend. to maintain It. That drewa Districts 3. 5, and 7.
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by Gov. Fuller Warrento clerk decides I, 000. Work Is expected to starton laugh from the council and All co-op members are urgedto
wife of the late -
fill the vacancy caused by Whltehtirst Construction Co.. .the utility-moving projects one member asked: "How attend:: and enjoy the day's;
seek the office.
the death of her husband, the to WllL'ston!' was the successful about, April 1. would you get them to takeit events. Last year's attendance!! : lj& rr vr
last Thomas C. Chastain Sr. County voters will also elect bidder\ at $619,000 for ''the 6.02 The section of Highway 18 ?" (was around 3,800. f i 'riJ@rj :fJ l
Hardest work she has done, three school members this fall. mile project extending:: from (E. Brownlee St.) from U. S.
Mrs. Chastain says, was to run Up for grabs will be the posts U.S. :301 east ty( Junction::! of 301, .through Reno, to Old Environmental Group To Meet : ." < '
for office county wide insteadof held by Chairman H.A. with SR 230: at Kingstey Lake Lawtey Road will ,be widened ,f. ,. 1
now
by district. That major Lawson and Board Members The project will include a maJor from Its present, width of 28 A meeting of the Bradford control, public sewer!! facllties!, /
change came along about we (Bus- change in design! at the feet to a width of 44 feet, from identified '
of her tenure, she Seeber Goodman and n.w. County Environmental Health and other problems 0 5 swARMfi '
eighth year ter) Bennett. intersjctlon: of 16 and 230 to curb facing! to curb facing. Study Committee will] be held by committee members. ,

says.Mrs. Chastain is known as conform with modern safetystandards. When. completed: !! It will consistof Tuesday, March 31, at 7:30: I J',sEAsON 1$,HERE!,
two 12-fooft ;
a commissioner who watchesout driving lanes. p.m. In for the people. She also First primary of the new fall .an:?:' two 10-foot: parking lanes :! ,At the Fairgrounds. The This profile Is being research'ted o WE SPOT SANE) STOP,
has a reputation as a good elections will be on Tuesday, The work of clearing .and with curb gutter storm sewers meeting was originally: scheduled : by lay citizens cf Bradford V 'YOUR,TERMITE ,TROUBLE.:
grabbing! right-of-way through "end sidewalk fisherman. She lives now at September 8. The second primary for March 19, but was t os
Starke will be completed before From Old Lawtey Road east Health Planning Council of?,
a home on Bedford Lake. falls three weeks lateron postponed due to a conflict.
Her announcement Mondaywas Sept. 29. Qualifying dead- the city starts itl major pro- to the junction, with SR 230 the Purpose of the meeting will ,the Jacksonville Area, inc.? '
notunexpected.Miss Jessie line is noon July 21 until noon ject of moving' utilities: at a highway will be widened: ,!! from be to develop a profile of environmental Tom Strickland, director of, ...
has said before she would step August 4, according to Clerk cost In excess cf 100000. My- its present! with of Ifl feet to health factors in Environmental Health will 96 1-571---- "ti::4R06A
down at the end of this term. Green. rick. Inc of Gainesville has s Monday's announcement was ;been awarded!, $43,805 con- Tlio contractor has .been frfv- 'water pollution: general sanitation chairmen for studyat CHEMICAL COMPANY
simply Miss Jessie making her Registration books will close tract for relocating and placing en :270! working days to complete food protection vector ,this meeting. I
word good, something for which August 8. sewer lines land the olty construction.

she has a tall reputation. .......................................M
E.W. Hodges ofl-lamptonLake On the state level offices from
right candidate now is the for most the prominent District the governor on down, exceptfor [Poultrymen Present I
state senator, will be up Something
4 job. Hodges said Monday his There's
for grabs. Locally, both Dis-
to So far
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plans now are run.
trict 16 Rep. Gene Shaw of :
he is the only candidate who
Bradford County and Dist. 17
openly says he plans to run Columbia Industry Guidelines
Rep. Ralph Tyre,
for the oost. County are expected to seek .
The District 2 seat of Com- re-election. .',", ,' 1"1 /11. .
Guidelines to police the coun- poultrymen are: ; j /
ty's poultry industry, drawnup 1- ii"J; \ \ ,
by the poultrymen them- FLY CONTROL- order to (
y selves, were presented to the develop maximum control of
County Commission Monday this nuisance factor it is sug-
morning as promised. gested that the following pro- : "N'E Ii
Arthur Gaskins, vicepresident cedure be followed: w
of the North Florida Poul- (a) 1. Approved chemical con-
try Producers Association, trols be set up on a routine ,
presented the guidelines to the basis of three (3) to seven (7)
Commission. He termed them day intervals during the periodsof
operational guidelines"1 tht"'the hot weather and not more than \
poultry association can abide eight ((8) day Intervals during '<::1 \ \\ \
by and which will protect the cooler weather. Actual use to 1',., /7///1.
public. be contingent on adequate fly -->
Need for controls to prevent control as determined by the
indiscriminate dumping of dead Health Department and opera-
chickens and of manure was
brought out several months ago tor.a) 2. If non-chemical meth- AT
by Commission Chairman Ze- ods are to be used, the Health
,
qNl 1 rt t dra Hamilton. lie called for a Department will be furnished
law to require Incineration of with all pertinent Information
all dead chickens.At concerning the proposed pro-
cedure for review and prelim-
a subsequent meeting Jack inary approval prior to start- Motors
k n..aVY Ilazen, president of the poultry ing the proposed method. Final Terwillegar
producers association and approval for continued use will
Gaskins, met with the board be contingent on satisfactory
offering to develop their own results as determinded by the
Mayor Carl Hurst ports a huge grin as he guidelines. Hazen said poultrymen Health Department.b .
draws Rill Graudon's name as winner of the draw. know more about the sit- (I ) Areas around and between
ing at the Grand Opening of Well's Appliances uation than anybody else and chicken houses be mowed at
should have a say in any rules intervals of not more than four-
Saturday. Jraudons; !! had his choice of a Whirlpool Commission *
established for them.The
teen (14) days during growing
washer or dryer. agreed, and asked Ha seasons and as needed during 1970 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
zen to have poultrymen to draw
dormant seasons to keep weeds
'.SS:f:*:::*}*xxwDeWitt: : : : : :: up a set of guidelines to pre- and grass at a maximum of

C-jF: ;; ;;; Home l}:. offlclan sent to action the Board is taken.before any six(c(6)) Watering Inches. systems to be

{ Monday a committee, chairman of Commissioners appointed -- checked and leaks repaired on *
a daily schedule.
1970
1. { Dave Shuford and J.M. (d) When wet spots develop, MERCURY MARQUIS
STARKE |; (Buck) Norman and County San- they will be treated at once

with drying compounds. Sug
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PHONE 961-6200 | itarian Jack Trawick to meet gested materials are: super-

<, with the poultry association to phosphate, shavings, sawdust,
review the proposals and pos- hydrated lime, etc.
1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1 1 i iN sibly add a few of the com (e) Feed storage areas will *
; mission's ideas. He requesteda be checked daily and all spil- 19701/2
f f:1;: PHONE 473.3176 :|:: report to the Commission at lage picked up and removed to FALCON

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General Sanitation Procedures -

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I try(a)houses The area, feed around storage the poul-bins Now On
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.. rAZALEAS ; ROSES ":and free of egg all houses unnecessary will be accum-kept Display

ulation of trash or materials


:', t BUD GAL.FORMOSAELEGANS: &CAN BLOOM I 69 C TALISMAN PINOCCHIO Peace-Mirandy $ 1 2. ears t fly which" breeding.rodents can provide or, be conducive harboragefor to ....................................................... ...........................


:' TROPICANA (I b) As noted In 1-b, grass and
': TABOR MANY OTHERS | Old weeds will be kept mowed at
all times
DR. IIUEY ROOT STOCKFIa.Peat501b.59c
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,', (c) Dead birds will be pickedup FORD
COUNTRY
daily and stored in water

Azalea Liners -16c] proof, tightly covered containers -
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{ until disposed of by being
: t incinerated in an Incinerator
t Camelias 98c approved by the Health Depart-
- WHITE SALE
f ANNUALS doz. 89c! ment. Existing poultrymen will
f 2.3' Gal. Can Reg. 1.29 be given 90 days to purchasean
All farms
incinerator. new


.; t BOXWOOD each 69c! TO 10Power, Tractors:Mowers t must BUS have an Student Incinerator.


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--: twWEED& FEED ''PUT\ CITa ALg Bradford High School]

. ONTIOl SPE seniors will appear on th-s "It's CONTINUING THRU MARCHON

:; 4 CHUMM < Academic" program on Chan.
;; $1.95 nel o'clock.12 TV Monday night' at 7


:" Covers 2500 square BAG <539 t;. Call Street' $89.95' Captain of the BHS team is

Phone 964-5745< Fred:: ; Graudon and ottier'

it Ft.Fertilizes.Kills Weeds as 19" Whirlwind J David memers Savage.are They Linda placed Stone: sec and New And Used Cars And TrucksMiss

ond lit the preliminary match

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March 31 DeadlineFor |Pouttrymen< ,:1 HTiFTofBy I

Hear Dr. Harms .I
THERESSABy Some To Sign 1
Predict! Growth Mr. D. E. ECU
Dorothy Mills For Doctor Bill Aid

Phone <473-1518< "Tuesday, March 31, Is the Continued growth for the POWER OFF IN STORM PERSONALS
poultry industry in Florida was
I last day ever for some older predicted by Dr. R. H. Harms, Hampton residents were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Boat-
to ftlgn\ for the "doc startled by electrical fireworks
people .up
wright are the parents of a
bead of the Science Department
Hope Baptist Church tor bill insurance' provlslcn of Poultry Wednesday night, March 11, daughter, Terri Leesha, born
at the University of
" Telephone 473-4188. Sunday Medicare, William Fisher.! when a wind-and-rainstorm Friday, March 13, at Bradford
,
I School 10 a.m.; Morning Worship Bradford County Social: SecurIty Florida at a meeting of the caused electric wires to short County Hospital Mrs. Lillian
11; Training Union 6:30: representative, reminded North Florida Poultrymen's Association and made flashing blue arcs Ingenlath is the maternal grand-
j p.m.; Evening Worship 7:13: ; 'the public this week. In the agriculture! reflected all over town. The mother.
Wednesday evening Prayer Service. !! Under .the Medicare law an building Tuesday, March 10. eerie flashes of light contin- Mrs. W.M. Slade returned
(! 7:30: with choir practice individual! may enroll for eup'elementary The 75 members attendingthe ued for several minutes before Thursday from a visit with
afterward. medical Insurance meeting were tod tint a Florida Power & Light her daughter, Mrs.W.L.Schup-
REVIVAL period beglnlng no U Bradford County !1st In the top crew reached town. Electri- pert, of Ft. Lauderdale, where
during
: Four more services :remainIn later 'than a three yean after t11 41 two or .lhr*><. F'o-''r1\! con'e city was off for an hour In she has been recuperating from
the revival being held this the close of the period: la now producing brol'era. with; some parts of town, while some the flu. Mrs. V.J Slade spent
week at Hope Baptist Church. (which he had his first opportunity an estimated five mllU'n tu<- jed 1 houses didn't even lose their last week there with her and
I Rev. Chet Wampler, who was to sign up. Under this rut*. out by this county ,annually lights. also visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. Harms fold that dn 1965 Gordon Wrest In and
f! superintendent: of Trinity Rescue March Is the final month tor Miami
Mission: In Jacksonville who were born "after there were 12 million broilers Mrs. J.E. Sherouse of Mar-
before becoming pastor of Gate- persons Oct. 1, 1901 and before Oct. 2, in the State with an increase FIRE DEPARTMENT gate.
way Baptist Church there Is 1902" to qualify'; for this protection. to 37 mlllo in 1968. Ha!! predic- Completion of the firehouse Visiting last week with Mr.
'the guest speaker. The nurseryIs ted a continued Increase to 80million and an adequate pump for the and Mrs. Walter Rhoden and
open for the services, which! Fisher explains that anyone in 1975, and 100 million: large flretruck were discussedat family were her brother, MaJ.
begin at 7:30: p.m. and will continue who has enrolled and later by' 1980, the regular meeting of the Oliver Aspinwall and children
through Sunday (March dropped out may' re-enroll Just A tjimlltr, growth was forecastfor hampton Area Volunteer Fire of Atlanta, Ga., Donald Aspin-
22. Members of Hope Church once and such reenrollmentmust laying hens, with 7.6 million department Thursday evening. wall and daughter of Jacksonville -
end the pastor Rev. Merle take place: within three In Florida in 1965 and 10.3 The pump motor has been need- and Mr. and Mrs. T.S.
Packham, extend a cordial invitation years after the month the first: million In 1868. Dr. Harms predicted ed for the truck for several Williams of Starke.
! to ell enrollment period would in-
... _________..__ this number have the engine replaced by Mr. and Mrs Sidney Allenof
der this rule. March daTe' last ,u{:.::::_...L : .... .._ ., 1 .. __4farr..- crease to 18 million by 1975. Servicehaven't
Florida Forest
New Life Bible Club the Palatka visited last Friday
j chance for anyone who !had 22 million: !In by 1980.
and had results, so the de- Mrs.
,
, with his grandmother
of New Life Bible
Meetings the -
, .but let it lapse WinnersTwo
Club, for students in grades this coverage" Teaching Scholarship Also present at the meeting partment is working on gettingan W.M. Slade and Sunday visitors -
to 1967. Fisher said. Wlnfred' Davis, representing
was for
adequate pump setup with Mrs. Slade were
1 through 6, are held each Mon- :
that
further ,
He explained the Florida Farm Bureau the truck through other sour- Mr and Mrs. Randolph Lantonof
( day after school at the at mobile"Children's Individuals who( were born Bradford High School coeds, Dorisann Spengler (left) and Joann Who told about activities! of ces. St. Petersburg Mrs. Lan-
Baptist Church.Chapel" Hope after Oct. 1. 1902 and have Salter, have won college teaching preparation scholorships Valued at the Bureau In marketing: pro- ton is her granddaughter.
never enrolled for this doctor
grams. Seven members attended last
bill Insurance-or who had the $600 each week's meeting, and Fire Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J,
Baby shower ShowerA for little Miss Shan coverage but dropped It In 1968 Miss Salter, of Hampton, made one of the highest scores of any student The next meeting of the Poultrjrmen's ,shal Vernon Parmenter urgedall Bennett have moved into the
re-enrolled Association will beheld
Dedge, 'baby daughter of and have not in the state on the teaching scholorshlp examination. As a result volunteers to attend the next house next to Mr. and Mrs.
on should sign up before March Tuesday, Apr. 14. Lestevlfetcfi meeting April 14. Those who Dewey McClellan. They formerly
Mr. ami Mrs. Donald Dedge 31. While .they may have ono( she won one of 50 Stonewall Jackson Memorial Awards which denotes poultry specialist and previously signed up as volunteers lived in Starke.Mr. -
was held Tuesday evening More sign-up chance next year. her high score. John Strayer entomologist, and also any others and Mrs. Billy Weest
March 10 at Hope Baptist If they wait ands: sign up then, with the Agricultural Exens'on interested In helping, and tak- of Miami are the parents ofa
Church. educational building. they would not have the protection Miss Spengler plans to continue her education at St. Johns River Service, will present a programon ing part in drills, are needed. daughter, born February 7.
Games and refreshments were until July 1971. Junior College Miss Salter plans to further her education at Florida poultry sanitation practiced! Meetings are the second Thurs- Mrs. T.F. Brown Is the great-
enjoyed, and the honoree received The regular prem'um cost ; in the poultry industry. day of each month. grandmother.
many lovely gifts from State University.
for this voluntary! ; medical Insurance -
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PERSONALS Sunday visitors of Miss Sue ever, late applicants mut Pay Legion Birthday GEORGE R. ALVAREZ I : ;; ;
and ten per cent more for each full ELECTEtf TO AMERICAN
White were Jim Mason Dinner
year they could have enrolledbut March 21 ANGUS ASSOCIATIONGeorge
Richard Gorney of Sanford and :::::::
Swindell of : failed:: to do fo. Consequently :::::::: :
Miss Bonnie Fay anyone waJFnjr until next Members of American Legion m Leader"m
Glen St. Mary. left last year to enroll will have to pay Post 56 and their wives R. Alvarez Starke, 1mm1 91)e ;
A. B. Terri Breeden premiums permanently'' : higher will enjoy a steak dinner Sat- has been elected to member- 1 j1
Thursday for McCord Air Force, by ten per cent than. *t they urday night, March 21, at 6:30: ship In the American Angus m 1 :;i \
Washington State; .... .. ;
Base in !had enrolled this month p.m. in the new Starke armory. Association at St. Joseph, Mis- :::: 1
where she will 'be stationed with, "Anyone who believes he maybe This event'will'ctiinaxAmerican souri, according to Lloyd D. m m Starke Fashion ((:; ., ....
following a leave spent Miller, executive secretary. X.vM"
/ eligible now for this va'u-
here. Legion Birthday Week,
family and friends There
were memberships I
MiddlebUrg able prote'-t'on' *Vi Billy Phillips: of issued to breeders of regis-
was the weekend visitor' df his the Social Security Office before anniversary of the national organization tered Aberdeen-Angus cattle in tFJ Ladies Dresses II
grandparents. Rev and Mrs. the March 31 deadline.: which was founded the United States last month.STOREWIDE II1IIIII S\tio\ In ;,
Fisher: said.
in 1919. Newest ....
Merle Packham.
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r TEY 1 Must Be Sent

By Enxa Blanchtrd To Social Security Burke's Tree. COM }Surgeons


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CHURCH ACTIVITIES ) ""ii>i. I-l'lo"! Do you need to file an annual -
Grace United: Methodist: Sun- NORMAN SHOWER report of your earnings .REMOVING MOVING STOPPING U TlJIMMINtJ

day School 9:45 a.m., Worship Mrs. Paul Norman was with the Social Security; Ad- CABLING M CAVITIES SPRAYING: I PEEVING
services, II a.m. and 7:30: honored with a miscellaneous ministration? If so, you have STUMP GH/ftPING
p.m. MTC-', 6 p.m.; Choir prac- shower recently given by Miss F until April 15 William to make Fisher the report Licensed and insured
tice Thursday 7 p.m. Miss Dianne Ben- + says
Carol Baxley Wiaal'
nett and Miss Sharon Prevatt Field Representative of the or Free Estimate Call Bush Gulf Sta.
First Baptist: Sunday; Schools Gainesville office. _. 1964. /.'
;
.
services at the Lawtey Strawberry benefici- ...
::45 a.m.; Worship All social security
and 7:30 TrillIng Wharf. born after February 1, '
11 a.m. p.m.; aries V
Union 6 :30 p.m.; Midweek Games were played and prizes A bK r sr 1897 are required to file a y Hl; 964.7361
Mrs.
were awarded to Joyce 736 il l
Social Security
services Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bennett Mrs. Ralph Wise and + +1fyA' 6 +5 Administration report with the If they earned l

of God School Miss Bennett. Refresh-
Church : Sunday Nancy $1,680 last year. These
10 a.m., Worship services 11 ments were served to the 25 earnings over Include wages as wellas
a.m. ami 30 p.m.,VPE Thurs- guests. self-employment In-
day, 7:30 p.m.Highland The honoree was presentedwith any Fisher says that failureto

Baptist: Sunday a mixer memento from her of hostesses the- ,come.file the report by April 15 [NEW ADULTEDUCATIOHCLASSIN
as a
School 9:45 a.m., Worship ser- occasion. may result in loss of bene-
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer I fits.The
meeting with choir practicefollowing PERSONALS local Social Secrulty office -
Wednesday, 7 p.m. will be glad to help you
Mr. and Mrs. UM. McClellal ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTUREMonday
and Mrs. Marie Reddish: I with any questions you may
Mr and Mrs. Vernon DucK have I or will assist you In
were visiting Mr. McClellan'smother Croup To Study Tour In EuropeA annual report.If .
of Miami spent the weekend with: Mrs. W.H. Hall, In completing your
Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Duck. Jacksonville, on\ Tuesday of last you go to your Social Security [ & Wednesday -- 7 to 10 P.M.
where they spend two weeks, office for help in fIl-
week. While there they also group of Bradford studentsare Among the students planning train take 1969
the students will travel by Ing this report your
JacksonvilleBusiness visited Calvin Morgan in Meth- set for a six-week Euro- to make the trip with Mrs. and bus to Paris, passing en W-2 form or, If you were self- COURSE CONTENT
odist Hospital. study tour this July and Sinclair are Tommy Black- of tax
pean route through much of Italy employed, a copy your
Jimmie Moore has finishedhis August. shear, Ellen Bloodworth, Dale Switzerland and France. After ;i return. Care of Lawns, Flowers. Trees, and Shrubs. Propagation ,
training at Fort Hood, Tex- Their studies in Rome, Paris, Johns, Patricia Myers, Cindy 10 days in Paris they will head Fisher can be contacted In Fertilization, Insects. Pruning and Grow-
as and is at home again. Strickland, Anne Terwlllegar
and London will be conductedby Thursday -
for London, taking a cross- Starke any Monday or
and Mrs. W.F. Moore, Ing. ----
Mr. Robin Warren, Denise Winkler
professors of the University channel ferry from Calais to from 9:30: a.m. to 11:30::
Jlmmie and Mrs. Pete Todor of Bath, England. Mrs. EvelynS. Linda Kaye Dees, Mary Jane Lon- Civil Defense
Dover. After a week in a.m. in the For information call Bradford-Union Area Vo-
and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Dees, and Evelyn Sinclair, all
Sinclair, a teacher at South- to
.don they will return to the Building. He will be glad '
DirectoryAuto J.W. Thomas and family) to side Elementary, will chaperone of Bradford County, and Susan U.S. by jet.According. assist with any matter con- cational-Technical Center, 9646150.
Live Oak on Sunday.Mr. Jane Rhodes of Siloam
Georgia.
the group during the tour, to Mrs. Sinclair, cerning Social Security.
and Mrs. L.P. Rafuse sponsored by the American Institute On the first leg of their trip, there are still openings in her
spent Thursday and Friday with for Foreign Study, an Mrs. Sinclair and her group
Interested students or .
Sales and Service group. --- - - - - - - -
Rev. and Mrs.: Joe Rau'ersonin association of teachers and students will depart by jet from Kennedy their parents are invited to con- --................._....._ ..
Orlando. International in New
Airport
with national headquarters -
tact her for further Informa- .
Parrish Motors Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ro- In Ure'emvich.Connecticut. York for Rome. From Rome, .
tion.
sier of Palatka visited Mr. .
and \Mrs. Melson Privett dur- .

ALES ing the week. Lions Induct .
SERVICE 'VOLVO Friend*; of Guy Futch regretto .
PARTS learn that he is a patientin New Members : ma :
Alachua General Hospital.Mr. ; BHS ByLinesBy
E.J. Raular-
\
Mrs.
and
Culb has
Always Good Used Cars and Tne Marke Lions
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5651 son visited their nephew Forest inducted two new members, :

niece Raulerson, Mr., in and High Mrs.Springs last -. "-1 Joyce Allen and Fred Pat Barker Farnsworth.Farnsworth's,of Sears. In Starke, : new

Saturdty -..- ------------- - .-..
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induction was
For.F.'TRIC' ]\fOTORPEAVY p'eased? to see Mrs.
We are N.C. those who haven't picked them handled by the District Gover-
P. Phillips hOT1here Waynesvllle: for a while., Tonight is the big night of up yet. nor of 35-L, Barney Danese, : home !
at her /
Brothers the Country-Western Show on Thursday, Feb. 12. Zone
Friends of Mrs. Ha.tle t ar- sponsored by Bradford High Chairman Homer Wallace was
Electric Co., ley, Mrs\ Alice Austin and Miss Senior Class Y.A.I and pre- also In attendance.
Sinna Prescott regret to learrof sented by Grand Country Incorporated At BHS the students are wait Lion Clyde Gentry of Gaines- : rf"r--
Electric MotorsSold the death of their brother in the BItS audi- ing anxiously for their Sprint ville presented a program on the / :
Serviced Repaired Lonnie Prescott, on Wednes- torium at 7:30: p.m. All advanced Vacation March 23 27. possibility of the Starke Lions
Generators Starters Armature day of last week. All membersof tickets have been sold sponsoring a Leo Club of young
-te winding.Txmox. the family have the sym- ar-u tickets at the door are .. people, ages 15-20; Leo standingfor ?
'40? Jax 387-2528 pathy of their friends.A admits $1.50 and children under the qualities of Leadership :
family dinner was held :u 12$1.00 Until next week. ..remember Experience, and Opportunity.The .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mit- The Senior Class of BUS voted SPRING is In the AIR. local chairman for study :
PIANOS chell Brown honoring Mrs.-John on their speaker to be at see you around campus. ing establishment of such a club Builders Of Homes To Suit :
Brown on her birthday anniversary graduation, class song, class in Starke is Lion Warren Wink-
YAMAHA PIANOS last Sunday.In motto, and class flower. The POEM FROMVIETNAM ler. Local President Marc : Every
Family
CONN and KIMBALLOUGANS the afternoon they all gath- results were: Speaker Stephen Jackson asked his Attendance :
ered at MrS.John Brown's home O'Connel, President of the Uni- Committee to go to work, as .
where they enjoyed singing versity of Florida;Song"Whaf attendance has not been up tc .
hymns and visiting, Mrs. Wise Is a Youth" (theme of Romeo The following poem was writ- par in recent weeks.SecretaryTreasurer. .
presented her mother with the and Juliet, Motto Stand up ten by Sgt. Dannie Stewart, son A.H. .
prettily decorated three-tiered for your beliefs and ideals for of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart, Harley pointed out that the club .
birthday cake, baked ')y her- It Is In conforming that you who is stationed with the para- is better off financially now
self, and cake and coffee were lose your individuality," and troopers In Vietnam: than he can remember in his :
served Mrs. Brown received Flower red rose.Baccalaureate 20-year affiliation with the club. Commercial Buildings. :
many lovely gifts. Those takingpart A PARATROOPER'S The Lions Fair booth of hamburgers .
.
in this event were Rev. THOUGHTS hot dogs, and drinks I ... '.
and Mrs;! Fonzo Prevatt and will be at the County Fair again New H ', w ...,.
KIMBALL "SWINGER" \Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harperand will be at 7:3C: Lost in the middle of nowhere, this year. : omes .
ORGANS family of Starke, the Ralph p.m., June 14 in the BITS foot- Vietnam is the spot 'I"
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 Wise family,the Mitchell Brown ball stadium, and commence- We're doomed to spend our time a
family, Mr and Mrs.Carl Pre- ment exercises will take place In the land God forgot. o Remodeling r :
WESTERN STORELITTLE vatt, Rttiny:: Klrk'j'U' and Lar- Monday evening, June 15 at f STARKE T
ry Tanner. p.m. in the BITS football stadium Down with the snakes and
Sunday visitors of Mr. and lizards Repairs. 1---
DUDE Mrs.\ O.J. Anders were Mr. Seniors who ordered gradu- Down where a man gets blue, BUSINESSDIRECTORY .
and \Mrs James Anders of Pa ation invitations from The Tele- Down in the middle of nowhere, ,,.
latka. They visited::! Mr. Andera graph: they are in now for, Twelve thousand miles from .
Western Store in Bradford County Hospital. you. t .
Others were Mrs: Cora Hod- .
Western Clothing _. Leather ges and Mrs. Mirlan ]Hall of in Jacksonville on Saturday. We sweat, we freeze,we shiver; AUTO SERVICE e
goods, Saddles and Trailers Jacksonville.Mr Mr. ami Mrs. Dearl Bradleyand It's more than man can stand. .
Charles &: Sharon Petty and Mrs. ILL Bradleywere son spent Sunday here. We're not a bunch of convicts, .

902 S. Edgvwood 384-1210 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton We're defenders of our land. Gilbert S. Brown : PHONE -- BALDWIN FLA. 904-266-9118 .
,
Randal Bradley and Mr and and son of ';">:. .nv'l'aand(
\Mrs Dearl Brad.ey and son Mrs. C.R Crews and grand- But while we're in the Army Standard Oil Service Station
daughters, Lindy Boatwright, Earning that lousy pay, ATLAS out of Town Call Collect :
-a.'IiU'f .IIIJ :" .6>o."rm "" '+ '
1.I '' I1'''''"
? .Jisa! ; t w i "''Ii\'tw1. tfJ' Glennann and ijlennett Crews, Guarding those with millions TIRES it BATTERIESBudget .
visited Six Gun Territory on For two and a half a day. Term Road ServU .
Sunday. PHONE 9M-7071 .
.
Few people know we're living, 107 N. Temple Stark
KNOWYOUBFURNITURE And we know they don't givea

'" 117& Otd 1tmE4.I Although damn; we may be forgotten. HURST'SSUELL : SOUTHERNCommercial :

; ,:..,. J'\t, We belong to Uncle Sam.

''oO:".. I And staying in our memories, Service StationGas : Construction Co. :

.'.,"'' g ._ Waiting to see our gals;
WILSON ]Hoping while we're serving. Oils LubricationMonarch
By BILL .': I C''
Tires & Batteries
o' .
\ They don't marry ourbestpals.But : .
ROAD SERVICE LESTER FOURAKAR OWNER
MAIL ORDER BUYIN -, \ \
Heaven 301 and Stark
when we get to )00 -
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STARTED IN COLONIESMail "Anybodywho thinks Saint Peter will surely yell .............................4 t

won't buy happinesshas Here are theparatroopersfrom
: money
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never tried spending it on They've served their time in I _
order catalogue i1 somebody l.u." hell!'
# GM
i ; cropped! when tipeverywhere tN +; -- [

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,; England!!: tried to fkic. ."

;r.-o, 1'11.th'iJ' fiimou* r. SCOTT'S 1 Are going to
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4 the colonists.Illh iu


Crnturx Englishbran (::j. 0i .'.,: Mobile Home Sales A go through another year


hiindlt' BtytM !\


i\ When she ruled oJ i).f;;, ITL..4', ; thinking you can't affordan


the colonies, England ..
I strictly forbid) "."J

the making of Oldsmobile?

; brasses, for she 9R
X excelled at it. But i't

England distributed y

-k elaborate cat. *
r
alogues describing
.; their beautiful

pieces, although 1
there was never a -
,
"complete" description or price list, a* old SLASHLIVING
catalogue show That was for private correspondence rt' .
only, so that! no trade secrets Our own f"-' that an Olds represents.
could leak out I COSTS indi Take this big, exciting
cate that quite a Delsurveys ta 88 for example. It starts
few people think an Oldsmobile is out out with a surprisingly modestof
I::0. Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now their reach.They think it costs a lot more price. Add to this the features that make
Badcock than it really does. Result? Many people it such an outstanding value-extras that
I and SAVE! t buy an ordinary car and end up with a lot are included in the modest price: a Regulargas
t less car and value for their money. Rocket V-8 a Power Steering
Our Low Overhead' Means. Savings For You!, It's so unnecessary,too because Oldsa Power Brakes, front discs a Nylon-
t FURNITURE and APPLIANCES :>:j. 964.6657 U. S. 301 North mobile has many models that are priced loop carpeting a Bias-Belted Tires' a
Phone right down with the so-called low-priced Door Side-Guard Beams a Hidden Radio
ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET t cars. Antenna a Fla.Thru Ventilation Q Bigger,
t So why settle for the ordinary when you better riding 124"wheelbase. Check these
fTiMs the Tenth in n Series) STARKE can step up to an Olds and all the value extra values at your( Olds dealer's today!

Copy riu hi Oil t>y Piul" ,Borry. .. Ct. In* ,. "l.1ftY Oldsmoblla Escape from the ordinary OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2
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B. Godwin


Promoted In


Prison SystemJames SAVE


B. Godwin, a career qTI1

employee of the Florida cor-

rectional system since 1949,
and former captain of the guardsat

the Ralford prison, has been
promoted to superintendent of WAY SAVINGS
"the DeSoto Correctional Insti- r
tution at Arcadia. Ti'I

The announcement was made

by Louie L. Wainwright,Director -

Adult of Corrections.the Florida Division of

Godwin has been assistant

superintendent at the Avon Park I
Correctional Institution since

1968, and his prior service included _
two years as assistant ; J

Is superintendent a 39-year-old Is at native Ralford.Flo lie i- FOOD_STORES LOVVERj ,JREGUOiR:PRICl$ 'S' 'WlEKtf' ;$| ECI'4.tS,' W' ;Sll: iGR.ENSJ:; 'MPS: :

dian, and the son of the late .
J.G. Godwin, a long-time official -
at the Raiford prison.

Godwin attended the Univer- PRICES GOOD MARCH 19.25
sity of Florida and Is activein
the Masonic Order, Shrine BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICEDBACON

American Correctional Association -
and the Florida Peace

Officers Association. 79C t', M q"t FLORIDA GRADE "A" WHOLE PARTS OF
,I Godwin Is married to the
,former Peggy Tilley of Starke $ w

and they have two children. U.S.D.A. CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF CHUCK



In Tim Orrnlt Nb1Mf7A' court Of Tie STEAKS 68C <
Ri.C'lIn.1 Jnillrlnl rirrnlt Of Florliln. -
Florid. In And For Lean Couatr.

ClYll Cn.f No.' TIn -naq
n. 135.000111111 Hlvher Education W.O'BRAND PURE GROUNDBEEF ,
'
Bond*. Srrlrs, D Nihm "'4c,
State Hoard Of Education Of
Florida n body' corporate lindeI'S..tI..nl
: of Article IX and BREAST WRIBSDRUMSTICKS
Subjection (a) of Swtlon 9 of 3 LBS. $169
Article Xrt of the Constitutionof
the state nf Florida.Amended. oe LB.
.
Plaintiff v" The StateOf ;
Florida, et al.. Defendants.
.Order To Shnw Ci'ine W-D BRAND U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF POT J THIGHS
To. The State Of Florid.
Throws Iti State Attornev Of
The Flr..t. Second, Third f4w ?!
Fourth. Fifth !Sixth R"v..nth.RIohth. ROAST 78C :
Ninth. Tenth. Eleventh tl w
Twelfth Thirteenth Fourt"I'nth.Flftl'I'n.th ,
teenth.' Flthteenth./ Sixteenth.NineteenthAnd Seven FRYER BACKS is 19C

Twentieth' Judicial Circuits. W-D BRAND U.S.D.A. CHOICE BONELESS CHUCK
And The Several Pronertv Ownera. -
Taxnaver And Citizen
Thereof And Of Alachna Ray
J1rnd tnI'd. Dreyn.d. Rrn yard,
rill'''.. Collier' c PnlwmM' nude ROAST 88C
n",''''. Fseamnln. Hl" hlnd..
Hlllabornuirh.. .", ,.kllOn Lnkey7.ee.
Leon. Mndlaon Manatee,
SUNNYLAND PORK
SH'lD.
Marlon. Mnnrne. OValoo. ?
Ornnee. Palm Benph PIne'I"*. W-D BRAND U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF SHOULDER .
Polk Plltn..m.Clt.. To in, !'.t. 1.Ucle. -
Sarnnotn. Semtnole. Suwan-
"..... Tnvlnr.' "Wnahlnirton andVnlnala PICNICSSMOKED
fonnt'en. Flnr''''''. Inrtiidlnir ROAST 89C
Nn... Te..I".n'| O"'TilnfPropertv '
Or Snhlent To Taxation
There'n And Others TTnv.Inw .

Title, Or Or, oinlmln Tnt.r...t* Tn Any Pronertv rtlerht.
To pe Af'ertnd fly The T.vitnra
Bv The "fate, nnnrd Of tdnra.tinn .
Of Florid, or Vn.t F.e"-
\nt\ .1.onn nnn Pi.-.. Kdiicn-:
tlnn Bond Series r> TTeralnefterRTnra Quantity Righh ReservedWINN
Pirtlrnlarlv Dom-fllied Or DIXIE' STONES INC corrmoHT 1970
Who ltv Be Tn Any Way Af- 9
ferted' Thereby! eIANMiNDAelwn ,
The Pmte of Florida.' through re e t
the State Attorneys of the U. CHOICE ,
First. Second Third Fourth
Fifth. Sixth, Seventh
Klehth, Vlnefh. Tenth Eleventh.
Tw'f'h. Thirteenth.Fourteenth. LB.
Fifteenth. !Sixteenth
teentN Seventeenth.and Twentieth F.1..ht..n'h...Tiu4trlaiQlrrults N'ne-,, You can pay lest for meat and have it i cost you morel

of said State, and theiwvernl There's more (to value in meat buying than just the price.
taxpayer
!! and pronertv rltlaen, owners thereof and Don't pay steak prices for extra bone, fat and gristle..Our/
of Alacliua. Psy, Prnrtford TJreVard. ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
Rrowerd. ritrus. OollW.ColumM meat expert carefully trim all W-D Brand steaks and
*, nade. D"v,,l. Kscambla roasts of excess bone and fat before they're weighed and
Hlirntonds HIII."nr".h.iaeken. .
... Iake. T,ee. Ix>on. Made sold. Get lean, tender meat you can eat. Be sure, shop with

OkalflOHA.:Manatee Orsnue Marlon.Palm Monroe Beach. us for the real BEEF BARGAINS.
Pineda Polk. Putnam St. .To"ns.
St. lAicle Sarasota. Semlnole, Suwannee. -
.Tavlor. Washington' and9oluela Limit one 01 your choice with 55 or more purcho....eluding cigoren.sFOIGER'SAU
Florida. In-
Counties

eludlna Property", or non-resident aublect to. taxation owning. GRINDSCOFFEE ARROW ASSORTED COLORS THRIFTY MAIDCalifornia

claiming thereIn.In property anv and right other to title be having affectedby or ''n.tercHt 'I' Bathroom Tissue . 4 2 PKGS.ROLL $100I.L8. ] Tomatoes 5 ANS'slooLIBBY 1

the IsKiianc by the State ARROW WHITE OR ASSORTED .

2 Board body of Article 01 corporate Education IX and under of Subnotion Florida.a Section. CAN 59C 4 9 Paper Towels I e 4 JUMBO ROLL $1|100r Cut Beets . . 10 NI CANS>.303 $1

(a) of Section 9 of Article XII
of the Constitution of the Rotatenot THRIFTY MAIDBartlett THRIFTY MAID LIMA or FRENCH STYLE

D.Higher In Florida the Education rreirate. aa Bonds.amended principalamount Serlev' of. CAN Pears . 4 CANS' $1| 00 Green Beans . 5 NC CANSS $100

exceeding 935 -
of not
MAID WHOLE SLICED OR CRUSHED
000.00(1 hereinafter more particularly l THRIFTY CUT GREEN BEANS or
described, or to be affected NI>.2 Golden
I $100
In any way therebv.before are Pineapple . . 4 CANSLIBBY Corn. . 6 CANS' $100
required to appear
the Circuit Court of I.eon County. THRIFTY MAID BEAN" TOMATO orVegetable

Florida. In the Mid Second State Judicial at tho Vienna 4 4 01. $100STAR ] 8 '.
Courthouse In TallahaJ-see. FlorIda Sausage . CANS Soup . CANS $100
on the 17 day: of April.
U70.. at eleven o'cln..k am., KIST CHUNK LIGHT MEAT IDCHICKEN&RICECHICKENNOODLEVEG.BEEForMushroom
and show cau-e why the prav-: No.I ..
ere of the Complaint"nul filed,, not In Tuna Fish . . 3 CANSTHRifTY $100] Soup . 8 $1
the abo''e proceeding "
be uran ted and the bonds therein MAIDTomato LILAC

taken described.the authorzng and the proceeding"of eelus' SUPERBRAND GRADE "A" Sauce . 1 10 CANS 8'01. $] 00 Liquid Detergent . 3 8gjL' $100
nntlrmed. FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE
thSaidf validated bonds aro1J70 "V. ., May 1.,
bear Interest at not exceeding -

Pate of In'.re.the maximum.' ') ..lawful bonds LGE. EGGS THRIFTY MAIDMILK
the date of the ...1. nf the
.eml.annuaIlY on May 1
lIayah'e
and November 1 ot each year.are 59il
.. In the aggregate principal
amount of not .x"eedlng 135.- ICE ,
00.000 and mature In i a nnualInatallmenta
on !May 1 c>' each
years "" to fully0.le-
luelve, all as more vr -
.Xrituui. In the Complaint filedherein 2
and the exhibit attached )' Y
thereto. ... HALF
.
pub''hedIn '
This. order .hall b. "' DOZEN
''''' ...
Ion the 75/JR.manner Florida required Statutes by .See-.! In '' ..... GOLDEN RIPE GAL.
aforementioned "< ''"

haasee the Done. Florida And:: Ordered this 12lh at day TaJla'of ..
1070. SAVE 20c WHITEArrow BANANAS
March Welker SAVE 16c U.S. No. 1 REGULAR W
W. May
Judge ot the Circuit Court Bleach rN 29c
For Leon Cntln'v. Fln..hlaCERTIFICATE that Potatoes . 10 BAG69C BL:

It I. hereby certified. ... ENERGY DRINKGatorade
Complaintgreferreedd. SAVEl/c" FRESH RED RIPEStrawberries
auld to'therein 3 '

the'State hove Attorneys bern Fourth.Iurnl"h..d of the First to . 3 JAR $100 3 PINTS $1,

Third. rlnth, DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK
.Stx hd' !
'Ievenlh.'
F.lghlthh. VINE RIPE
Thlrteonth.
Tenth. Eleventh Fourteenth. I'ltt-nth. Bread :r: 4 COWES $100
:
'Sixteenth Seventeenth bash. . Tomatoes. LB.35C
teenth Nineteenth and Tw"n..tleth .
Judicial CIrcuits "f the DIXIE DARLING BROWN &SERVE
Florida.. by mail. thla11th CHEF BOYAR DEE(SAUSAGE 69c)OR CHEESE
State day ot March ,\. D. 1910.S. Dinner Rolls 2 I KG. 39C LB.
A. L. Greenfield\ Pizza Pies 59C
AR-lOLD: L. onEElFIELDAttorney EACH
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Strike A Blow For dId not In its
DecencyMost ., .. report George Pierce on behalf
CII Awa March 5 edition the Bradford of Howard R. Corl and others
-- County Commission:
Americans, we believe, are closer to home a few days ago whena calling never the used closing streets of in plattedbut Flora

becoming utterly bored and disgustedwith theatre owner in Gainesville was -Approved construction by Haven Subd'vlsion: located on
"news" stories and television arrested for admitting a 15yearoldto a Trlest Construction Co., Key- SR-18 and SR-237 west of

coverage of incidents that are no longer movies appealing to "prurient, stone Heights, of portable Brooker. April 6 was set as

news, relating the antics of every shameful, or morbid interests." offices In Center the Emergency at the Operations Fair-- the date for a public hearingon
I ? \ .. the closing.
handful of hate-America pickets and grounds to be used by public

demonstrators, no matter how silly According to Florida's "variable- IIEL r GnrA w Vgencies!! such as welfare and -Told Commissioner Ralph

'their cause.It obscenity" law, what is termed obscene unemployment personnel. The Bryan, in answer to his ques-
for one person, may not be obscene'to f'n- board is already heating and tion, the county requires 60 feet

is therefore doubly welcome to another. Therefore, the theatre r cam, cooling that building whch hou- of right-of-way to build a road

read about a picket line demonstratingFOR owner could not be arrested for show-! asF ses county Civil Defense offices That does not apply to a road
and will by
save
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decency instead of AGAINST ing the films to adults, but ran afoulof not paying rent to house money those up to a man's home, where

everything we have held moral, law- the law only when admitting a. agencies elsewhere, it was there is no requirement set
by policy, according to Com-
ful, and just since the Nation was minor. pointed out by Chairman Zedra missioner Dave Shuford.
founded. Hamilton. The board agreed it

But the matter of obscenity took a has a responsibility to house -Received a request from

This note of encouragement came different turn last week In' Gaines- z the public agencies. Cost is to Orvis J. Fairbanks, who lives
be around $1,300.:
recently from a little town in New ville when another theatre owner was Gnuw# on the Old Enoch Kelly Place,

Hampshire where all of the leading arrested for showing a film depict- 4 tiA 5 01 -Heard a sales talk by a Xerox to finish grading a road which

clergymen picketed a motion picture ing nudity, perverted themes and overt copying machine salesman who( circles by his farm and has

theatre to protest the showing of a sex acts. vcuuw \ ) argued the board is making a ends which Join SR-223 and
SR-229. Commissioner Buck
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film held in some courts to be ob- mistake in replacing its Xerox Norman and Ralph Bryan, road
scene. The film industry itself rated After a private viewing Circuit Judge li machine with one: manufactured: department head, were to visit
"X" that it is John J. Crews issued a temporaryban i by Addressograph-Muttigraph
the movie indicating 'Corp. A Xerox machine is the the site and report to the Com-
"for adults only" and that persons on the basis that the film was only one which provides permanent mission. Fairbanks Inaletter,

under a certain age are not to be "lewd, lascivious, and obscene," regardless ..\ -- 'may.; Gs copies, the s-i'esman said' he has been isolated by

admitted. of who saw it. ".I".Jr."' ,. .-'..'# said. The board agreed to keep four water times.from Water Oak Creek

'" -=- the Xeroz machine for 30 diys
Like the ministers in New / to compare it with the new
However, the ministers didn'tbuy the plucky -Was given a sheet of 27
argument that a different set of moral Hampshire, we applaud Judge Crews /I,,.= ,- copier provided there Is no( work requests private citizens
t' \ 2 1/2 for
cents
charge except
values should be applied after aperson for his willingness to strike a blow 1/ each submitted to the County Road

reaches the age of 17 or 18. They for decency while many of our courts .... 40 ,. copy male.: Department since Feb. 4. No

contend that what is demoralizing for say it is Impossible to define obscen- .. .....-"oJ ,'nil<, -Was told by Commissioner: action was taken.

youth is also demoralizing for adults. ity and adopt a policy of "anythinggoes. -- ... ",,""cl,,-; _'MIot--" .: Ralph Bryan that the Brad- -Bryan also whether

They maintain there is a real con- ." ford County; Library is eligible the county questioned should! grade-

nection between the showing of hard to receive about $7,000 per the road M SR-100 to Camp
It will be to the year in state aid through the
core pornography and the Increase in interesting see Montgomery. "Isn't Camp
State Board. The local
Library
violence, major crimes, and a breakdown outcome of the two Gainesville cases. FarmersThe library has been eligibleto Montgomery, a camp for under

of family life. We are impressed Even if the theatre owners eventually: Diarytown receive those! funds sinceIt privileged children?"Commissioner -

that these men of the cloth do not win out and are permitted to con-' separated: from the Santa Dave Shuford asked

consider it "beneath their dignity"to tinue showing their degrading filmsto way cool weather is per- council, and public officials Fe Region, Bryan said but Road Foreman R.E Jones.

stand up and be counted at a time one and all, It is reassuring to sisting this season what we may have will be in a bind, try-- has not been receiving the moa- "Grade it!" Shuford stated

when someone needs to speak out in know that there are still a few pub- a several repetition of when happened we Ing to meet all the demands the ey. after receiving an affirmative

behalf of decency.And lic officials who are willing to speak' went directly years from ago winter to 'public makes for services and -Was told by Clerk Irunan reply' That settled the nv ter.
out and take action against the rising : the time, hold taxesat
summer, and spring was prac- at same ;Green that the Bradford( County -
more encouragement came from tide of filth. tically skipped over. Last week- w' the present level. We think Jail has been "given a clean -Agreed to complete a trade
4 this will be very apparent when with Rep. Gone Shaw for. 40
end the temperature went downto bill of health" by the State
the low 40s and that is too budget time rolls around and Department; of C6rrectioas. feet of culvert. In exchangethe
. Lfifty And ServiceThis cool for anything much, unlessit various departments ask for county; will build Shaw: a
-- their usual increases in ap- bridgeacross Alligator: Creek.
is for butchering hogs. But -- -Agreed at the reqaost of
the weather is just bound to Sam propriations.. the Bradford School Board to "I'm well satisfied! the coun-
week "a gigantic fraternity of upif wait long By McGarvey leave the ty; is getting the best end of
proper perspective the actions and warm we .. seats In the courtroom "
0 the deal, Commissioner Shu-
service"The American Legionis -- words of a noisy, dissident few who enough. trie Department has just dou- : of the old county courthouse ford stated. The board unanimously

observing the 51st anniversary of its seemingly have no concern for our 0 bled the capacity; of its power Getting back to the weather instead of selling them aDo>roved the trade. -

founding. Nation's future. setup at the fair grounds, and ,again, it seems to us that some ..
A squirrel at our place this is an indication of the |change has taken place In that ,

With a membership of nearly 2.7 However, unity has meaning only climbed the power line pole way the Fair has grown during ,we have ever so many more tor-

million men and women, all veteransof when there is a contributionwhen nearby and stuck his nose intoa recent years. I nado warnings or tornado
the four of the 20th transformer. There "watches" than we had when Letters to V.S.MAIL
wars Century, something actually happens. The was an .0. .*.
the Legion remains firmly dedicatedto American Legion's very reason for explosion, our lights went out, iwe first came here 20 years
it that
Now seems every
principles which could bring about being has been built around service-- .and Alice After notified service the power Work is being completed on few ago. weeks or so we get dire
the long-sought era when there would service company. was the Santa Fe Lake road and soon the
to veterans, service to youth, restored, Alice told one of the predictions from the weatherman Editor r
be no more war. service to community, state, and na- crewmen that we had a squirrel the county will have another of a tornado alert and .
fine addition to its
tion. that had lost its tail The secondaryroad we are wondering just what Is "
This of Jones- system. The road which going on.Perhaps. .. .
year, Legionaires man laughed and said, "This development around -- --
opens up
Langford-White Post 56 are gearing And so, for an America strengthenedto one lost more than his tail!" the Santa Fe Lake section, is .0. .

their programs to the theme of meet the challenges of an ever- 0 .*. scheduled to be finished in abouta March 15, 1970 joy themselves, but not to litter -

"U.S.A.Unity and Service for changing, increasingly complex world, month. there has been a Dear Mr. Matthews the town with pop bottles,

Americaas an important first step The American Legion dedicates the According to a report, the .. .. .. change in the weather patterns, : candy and cigaret wrappers
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toward one of the Legion's basic pur- endeavors of its 51st year to mean- auction season for strawber- and this area is now subjectto It wasn't so long ago that paper cups, etc., etc. on their
home. Teach them to be
poses: to promote peace and good will ingful expressions of. unity coupled ries at the Starke State Far- It cost more than$200,000and more storms of that type I was talking to the Presidentof way"Good Citizens" now and you
on Earth. with the type; of service which involved mers Market is not supposedto but we are inclined to thinkit Florida State Telephone at
in view of the fact that funds is because the Weather Department might not have so many before
Americans in behalf open before around April a local meeting, when he was
can perform available to the county have has refined its Judge Yawn, on more serious
No one is more aware of the horror, of their fellow man. I. If that happens, the season been sharply curtailed by the oper- yelling "Poverty" so all the charges!
ations and has a greater capability
will be several weeks later than plain folks could into their
waste, and despair brought by war state, it will be the last major I to of conditions dig
usual, but it will not be unexpected warn thin pocketbooks a little deeper And last, but most important
than the veteran himself. And the project the County Commission -
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"U.S.A.Unity and Service for which may result a storm.
as the plants have can tackle for some timeto to pay higher monthly tele- let us have a more appropriate -
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of American veterans is
concern war America. It's an ambitious under- been held back by too much .. ohone bills.'Continental. automobile sticker,
come. One of the projects .
that an honorable world peace is achiev- but rain, cold weather and other
taking, one which deserves the 'on the priority list is the Craw- such as: "Starke Bradford
able only through a continually support of every American. On this difficulties. ford settlement road which On second thought though, Co. County; U.S. 301The Econo-

strengthened America.A 51st anniversary, we extend our own serves a built-up area west we have to admit that there (the parent company, and the mical, Scenic, Leisurely Routeto
congratulations to The American Legion of Lawtey. have been many more windstorms third largest independent tele- Walt Disney World." Everyone -
united, participating America will and wish the phone system in the Nation, has can still be "Proud of Brad
Legionalres of in the state lately. And
If the
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crop 0 just released ford County" but with a little
their 1969
the divisive forces which have earn-
nullify Bradford County every success in their that time it will coincide with that the experts are to be
All of which the ings figures:Total and more cash to pay their bills.
surfaced in parts of the land. means thanked for giving us warningso revenues
many quest for such a lofty goal. the opening of the Fair and
sales This will be "Selling Brad-
squeeze for funds in on, all up 21 per cent, to a
be the lookoutfor
Expressions of in we can on
unity can help put Strawberry Festival, which is
_the way from the federal government that ominous black funnel- NEW HIGH, and net up 17 per ford County with a definite financial
now less than two weeks
off. cent, almost five million dol- benefit. Let us try to
Incidentally, the Starke Elec-- down to the smallest shped cloud. lars. I entice thousands of "new-
. Dogs On 7 he Louse hope the Florida Pub-
lic Service Commission will comers" in town, and let us do
make an in-depth investigationof much more to improve Brad-
no type of control-- and there is a I cessed meats in your refrig- this prosperity; which is ford County; so they can see
Evidently Starke is not the only problem. One elementary school prin- erator? Many homemakers are "still rising" and possibly cut why "We Are Proud of Brad-

town infested with packs of dogs run- cipal has registered complaints to the :! (under. the impression these back some of this increase ford Countv."

ning loose, day and night, imposinga city police department about the pro- tJiiiiti meats will keep just about forever in our monthly bills. .

nuisance to all, and an actual threatto blem he was having with dogs at the i Jin I| the. Smoked refrigerator sausage for will seven keep The Car Sticker: "I'm from
the safety of children. If we are going to be "Proudof Bradford
elementary school, and now he tellsus (days at 35 to 40 degrees. But County--; and Proudof
that some of the children have don't freeze it at Don't Bradford County" here are It" can do more harm than
zero.
Here's the way one small town edi- been "nipped" while at play. By Martha Sue McCain freeze luncheon meats, or dry several friendly suggestions: good. If every car owner I
tor expresses his feelings in the matter: County Extension and semi-dry sausage either. Pick up any dead dogs on 301 "Thinks It" then a hundred and i
and elsewhere a little quicker one needed Improvements
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Home Economics Agent These will for may
keep
sausages
We the commission to
urge city act
as one was almost opposite one never be done by this "Mutual
time eternal has written two to three weeks at 35 to
Since man
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with the law. Don't wait of
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now, proper our largest automobile deal- ;Admiration Society. I may
great things about his dog, and we until some child will have .togo through 40 degrees. Bacon, franks anda ers for several days. And a ''thInk I look like Clark Gable,
POISON: PREVENTIONObserve : reach into whole ham
their mouths at will keep for
an
of the feeling that
well
are aware pack of stray dogs roaming but who am kidding? We
the terrible agony of rabies shots. Poison Prevention this at 35 to 40 degrees must
early age. Repeat lesson seven days -
have for their canine around in the heart of Starke have thousands
people of
some There is an old saying about Week, March 15-21, by removingall many times before they are Bacon will keep in the travelers stop
pets. This is fine. If you own a dog, the man who locked the barn after potential poisons from the seven or eight years old. If (freezer for one month. trailing an attractive female over in Starke On their way
their
dog, leaving "trade to Walt
or dogs, and you take care of them the horse got out. and this could reach of young children. the child learns the lesson well franks for half a month. marks" the sidewalks. Disney World, and then
on perhaps
and do not let them bother other peo- apply equally to dogs. (End quote). Children are curious enoughto it will provide a strong deter- and ham for one to two months. Bradford we can afford to Improve
ple or other people's property, then taste almost anything once. rent to accidental poisoningwhen After you buy these processed County; enough
Some cannot be meats follow the Instructions And is it asking too much so we can toss a few bou-
eat drink
we commend you.Unfortunately may even or you watching storage -
Although the above paragraphs were the same poison a second time. every moment, on labels. for the Supt. of Schools to quets among ourselves. Meetings
borrowed from the pages of a neigh- Tasting is a method of learn- Refrigerate readytoservemeats suggest to each and every teacher are fine, but let us have

there are people who boring newspaper, they apply equally ing with pre-school children, MUSHY[ POT ROAST? such as luncheon meats, when she dismisses the more ACTION!
just let their dogs run loose, with to Starke. so everything within reach is If you're economizing and buy in their original wrappings until class early on their Fair Day,
examined the less to tell the youngsters to en- -William H. Summers
by mouth. expensive cuts of meat, you use them. Store canned
"Out of sight, out of reach," you can still make them ten- meats in a cool dry place .
is a good rule to follow in der so your family will enjoy and that's definitely not a cab- Summer Budget Use Money Order
preventing accidental poisoning eating them.Here are some tips inet above the stove. You can ,
in the home. on tenderized cuts of meat by store any leftover meat in the For Head Start Or Check To Pay"
"Place all medicine in a cooking them slowly with mois can It comes in just '
-- medicine chest out of child- ture. pot roasting, braising, cover and refrigerate. If a :Approved By GroupThe Income Taxes
I The Bradford County ren's reach," "Store all clean- simmering or stewing.Or make canned meat Is marked

_... ers, pesticides, oils and paint meat tender by grinding, cub- "perishable" or keep under Use a check or money orderto
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Il. materials in a locked cabinetin ing, pounding, or scoring. Or refrigeration" be sure to refrigerate Bradford County; Head pay your 1969 Federal Income -
a storage room. All unlabeled marinate or cook the meat with it. Keep frozen pro- Start Policy Advisory Comm- tax.Unllke .
1879 c _::= llIl containers should be disposedof acid Ingredients, such as tomatoes ducts hard-frozen until you're ittee met Thursday, March 12. a cash payment, a
;........ to prevent accidental poi- or vinegar. Or us com- ready to use them. and approved the Summer Head check or money order
evesyou
: "'\ .- .$ soning of any member of the mercial tenderizers. Tender- Start budget submitted by CUBB a record of payment in case
r r, :\ family." izers work best on moist raw Economic: Agency. of loss or misdelivery.
M/MSaR dkeaible "And don't put a product into meat. Distribute the tenderizer Driver Training? Checks or money orders

Let all things/ be done. in an unlabeled container, suchas evenly over the meat and The budget, consisting of should be made payable to the
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'!' FLOR A E S S order.-(I Cor. 14:40). kerosene or turpentine, pierce with a fork to allow pen I*.Rotary $73,345 FederaJ funds, and Internal Revenue Service.Write
which can become especially etration. Tenderizers work' $25,674 locals re, is for a social
security numberon
your
As N When we believe that there dangerous when put into a soft slowly on meats at refrigerator; Roger Skelton, an instructorin Summer Head Start program for the check or money; order
I i is an orderly plan for us. and drink bottle,which Children may temperature and have little or:, the Commercial Vehicle Dri- 340 children in Bradford and and state the exact purposeof
.we let that plan unfold in us pick up and drink from." no action on meats while fro-' ver Training. Course at the Clay Counties to be adminis- the payment to help assure

through prayer, we come into Many products around the zen. They act as the meat Vo-Tech Center hen,was guest tered by CUBB. Itwas approved your payment is properly cre-
I n consciousness of a new world home such as bleaches waxes, warms from refrigerator tern-! speaker at the Starke Rotary by unanimous vote. dited.
of thought and action. The and chemicals are poisonousand perature and in the first sta-, Club last week.
E. L. MATTHEWS EditorPublisherFubUhe4 : lame divine wisdom that keeps may not have "Poison" ges of cooking. But be care- The Importance of defensive New officers were also elected ..
each Thursday and entered ** Secumt written on the label. Medicinesare ful, too much tenderizer may driving was stressed by the at the meeting: Frank Williams
ClaM Matter at thcPot Office at SUrke, Florida ,the planets in their orbits is in Involved In most accidental make meat mushy or crumbly, '''speaker, who said that plansare Chairman succeeding We're not we that the I
t under Act ef March 3rd, U7>. U>l. Let us affirm that God'splan poisonings. Aspirin is the med mealy and dry. being considered (hI" j inducting C.M. Clark; Mrs. Joyce Red-, p-apou to make feeteckt's I

Sabfterlptlon in trade area: 1 year, IS."; OuUU of order in trade areal I year $S.M and manifesting itselfin accidental poisonings. :subject at the vc-tech center. ing Mr. Williams and Mrs. Me BBtfl some way tf developed '
perfect ways. Start teaching your childrennot The speaker was introducedby Thelma Dixon re-elected as to make the news thaiI I
to put everything within How long do you keep pro- Rotarian John Myers. Secretary neroOur

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Dateline] BMS Starke. Florida Delilah Washington. Petitioner Doors) ty Council bv Joanne Slnt1i. p. Cunningham, whose rellMen
the She-riffs Office
and file the original with Shaw And Sanders Southwood Road Vesta
court No, II Mantle With Mirror O. Bnx 528. Stnrk Fla 12011 Is 1826 (
clerk of the above atyled. 143 Went Call Street Paul Alabama 352-
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CommunityNews March 30. 11)70: No.7 Wood ShelvesMapping I
on or before Starke Flnrldn 32091 General Delivery Stark, Fla. If.
Winners for the "It's Aca- otherwise a judgement for may the relief 'be- By Elsie ft. Hinders No. Wood ;Desk Dcpt. Room Information concerning" the You Are Hereby Notified that
entered against you Attorney for Petitioner
amount description of the suit for divorce of the marriage
demic" last demanded. In the. liMuplalnt 319JoTb Tax Collectors OfficeNo. or '
program week wero 2-26 it \9 Mantle with ;\lIrrnrNo. Property and the name and ad- between you and the Plaintiff
George Prevatt Joey Gunter or petition.Witness my hand. and the seal 10 Wood Tag Rack Shelves dressof the holder may be obtained Joan ItaFountaln Cunningham
'"'and 23. ,Old Court Boom Upstairs by any persons possesstag has been filed against you as
Irving Rhoden
all of February
from said Court on
"' Co.; tr Jud.g.'a..Cour<<: -, Ot No14 Decorative Unnimers an Interest In the propertyby Defendant by Joan LaFountaln
team. 6.Everyone. 1970. Bradford. t;......,.. lorltla.'lafrul Old County Jail-new CUIiU addrrslno" an Inquiry to Fred Cunningham as Plaintiff In the
I SEAL: ) >H... No. O. Dickinson. Jr,. State Comp- bove-styled Court and cause. ,
Is looking forwardto As Ionian Cleric D.Of Oreen Said Court In lie: Estate of Frod John .OfficeNo.. 17 120l'a... Fuel Oil Tank troller nn Administrator.. Ahan- ,and.. you are required to file
the Easter Holidays which AcKetman, 'Ooc..d.Notice No. 30 Circulating Oil Heater cloned Property Division Cnp- ? ? A ''n" PIinnwer to the
By Beuluh M. Moody. Tie CreditorsAll Itol. Tallnhnssop, Florida. Be Com|>lalnt. .... filed therein with
: Not 21 Circulating Oil Heater
Hy Elizabeth; begins. Monday March 23. A. Deputy Clerk 8-S 4t 32a creditors of the Estate, of Successful bidder must remove sure to mention Recount num- \... 1 I". .. v! ,lIe Circuit CourtIn
Givens Walker Everyone will return on March Fred 1 John Atkcrinan auLVUDud merrhnmllse hv April 10. her* name and address. an pnhllnhed and for Bradford. (County
are hereby. notIfied and required 1970. The,Board of County Commissioners In this notice. ITnlonrt Courthouse Starke Florida 320-
-- -Of 30.Team I.a The Court Ot The Count to file any clalinu or uemnndH nt Bradford County, proof of ownership 'Is presentedto 81 and serve a copy thereof up-
1" 6 went on & field 'trip udve, Ilriulford County; Flu*- which they may have unulnstsaid .FlorIdrtrae've the right to reject the holder bY May 21. 1170 on Plaintiffs attorney, Bnrtwn
GIRL SCOUT MEETINGThe last wwk.. They went to Ravine .lOll. In Probate.In estate In lua outce uC the any and all bids. ,the property will be delivereilto '1'. Douglas, 103 North Main
tnembers are grateful to have He: instate, of Minnie C. County Judge of Uuidford St 328Notlc the Administrator.. Th..r.,1L1t..r. .- Street P. O Drawer 12U. Qalnesvllle -
regular meetng: : cf Girl / Gardens.: They also got a com Strlssel Deceased. County. Florida, In tho Court- all further claim must Flnrlcla 32001 on or before -
-
Scout Troop 626 'will be hold Willie PJttman and other members pllment on their ,behavior from Tat Ail Creditors And Person hoiiao at bturke, J-lotidu. w.Lli- be directed to the AdmlnlHtrator. '' April 17th 1970 : and If
:: : who were sick back 'with Having Claims Or Demands In six calendar luont.ia truni Fred O Dickinson Jr. you fall to do an a DefaultJudgment
Monday, March 30. .at 5 p.m. At Mr. Jock*!. Attains Said Ustate: the date of the first puullcutloii Of Names Of Persons AB Administrator will be taken against
Allen Chapel AME Church. Abandoned Property the Complaint and
demand and
GREATER be In wilting
BETHLEHEM notified and required present mUKt -
There will txa no March 23-27 at the Pursuant. to Section 13 ofChapter said cause shall proceed ex
meeting on Free Will Chamber of any claims and demands which must state the pliivo ot residence !. The Clrculc Conrt. EI.htl&
!Monday, March 23. Baptist Church.: Rev. Commerce for ten cents each you. or either of you. may have and post offlcu address t>f 717. Florida Statutesentitled 01 Judicial CirCuit: In And For partisWitness. end seal of
Jasper Williams! pastor. Sunday! palnst the estate of Minnie CStriseel. the claimant and must be sworn ."Flnrlcla DlHpusltlon, HorlUa.Action my hand
Scout leaders and worker eo hurry and get) your tickets. deceased lae. of said tu by the claimant. her agent! Unclaimed Propertv Act" notice Bradford County.Divorce said. Court this 17th. day of
F
are grateful to all parent. for School. 9:45.: Worship Services. Until next Urn, fee County. to< the County Judge' ot or hla ...ttorney..or It will become Is hereby gIven that the persons Case No. 14 jr Mnr h. A. D. 1970. at Starke.
11 a.m. and 6 p.m Monday you Bradford County, Florida I I at void| 1 airordlns to law. 'listed below appear to be the Joan: Fountain Cunningham. Florida.
their
cooperation! with the nljht. Choir! Wound the carpet. his office In the court' house of S-Churlcs M. ..schmitt.Adml"lltu'atur QWi0rs of unclaimed personalor Plaintiffvs- Paul Donald Curtnlngham. (SRAI' )
No. 1 rehearsal: Estate intangIble property presumed In T). OreenAs
'eookte project. We hope that Camille Oassettpartments said County at Starke Florida ut tile Defendant.NOTICE. man
Tuesday! night. Choir No. 3 Within six calendar months front of Fled John Ackermait deceased. abandoned. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
this kind of cooperation will within said c"ntilli the date of the first publicationof .. 9-0101-0002 Johntr., T,.U, Ttotite The State Of In And For Bradford County.
rehearsal and In The Name Of
continue In all future projects. Ushers Board 2 the performance ot their respective this notice. Each claim or demand S-EiiRcne F. Shaw 9. Bnx 136. Btarke, Fin. 32011! j07Hgon01 :Florida Florida.By .
EASTERN will meet. Wednesday night. duties. shall b. In writing. and 142 West Call Street:! >- Hosier. Uav V. Rt. The Defendant In the eu.ahIf.. MoodyAs
STAR NOTICE Witness hand and the 1. Box 1 H. I..wl..y. Fla; 9- TO: Clerk
my hall state the place of residence Starke. Florida Donald. Deputy
Prayer Paul
Dell Chapter 168 will meet tonight Meeting. Thursday seal of Said Board this 16th and pout office nddress of the Attorney for AI."ln'.ntor. 0101-0003 Starke Teen A.,re Safer above-named cause 3-19 4t t.,
night. Ladles! Circle meeting. day of March. 1970. claimant and shall be sworn toby First Publication: March 12. .,
(Thursday) at 8 p.m. in (8r the claimant, his ntf..nt. his U10. 1'r't -
:
;
Friday :
Band ; --
night
the Mascnlc Hall on Brownlee Prayer n D. Green as Clerk cfeulh attorney, and any such claim or 3-12 4t 4-2 : f- fuLrM(/ <2.WW1\\.Vl, tLa4P'th (Lild. <)L.< St. AU meeting. Saturday night. dinners Mid Doard demand not so filed. ahu.ll be .
msmbers! anl:! friends will be sold from the kit- By B, M. Moody void.Ann I.\I.E nv 14( .\J. DID' r/ -- vsi,U- -- H
are invited. Business of vital 1>puty Cleric Bromley Eantwood Executrix The Uourd of County Commlsloners rsix dEJIN !
chen. It. SolO T. A. of theI..au EXCITING :'
Importance. D. B. N. C. of Bradford Count, US IN
HEROINES OF GREATER. ALLEN CHAPEL, JERICHO deceased.First
:Minnie C. Strlssel
AME Church. Rev C. E. Jenkins lip. The Circuit Court publication Feb. 26 1970. on merchandlHO' owned by the i WEEKS I EUROPE FOR
Heroines No. 18 and OES 163 Klghtu: Of. Flufl4. 2-28 4t3-l Board l of County CummlHHlonersand MM .
will observe pastor. Sunday Sshool: 10a.m. II'U&I' tfuuiviul v-iftTUlt iu Autt listed below until 1:30: P.M. : \ "
Paint Sunday at Morning service at 11 with liruiUurd County,. on APIII 8. 1970\ at the Courthouse All yuuii-at line, low. all inclusive SUMMER 1370ff
Greater Allen Chapl! AME CUM) Aw.: tn The Circuit Court Of FlorlJnleighth Only Bid forms prepared ,
Rev. C. E. Toston Presiding"! Faustina .... Luster. Plaintiff Judlrlnl Circuit la And by the CuniuissinrC and I tmtiim cost. 1
Church on March 22 at 2 p.m, Elder of West Jacksonville Dls. &vs-. ....r..t Lee LXHHKT! UeiouUat. For MriMlfnra County. available. 1'I''O..t the CoullIYlerk'il ROUND TRIP JET e ALL SESfRIRBRS;\ SI \/1// / I o0'/ II
The Masonic family la invited Cnne No.In Office will ba accepted. LODGING e ALL MEALS 1
'to attend and hear trict. In charge.This will mark NOTICE OF .SUIT Re: Change of Name of The following Itenm may be (EXCEPT BEVERAGES e I 1 nil I i U 1f'I// ( /
the mes- the TO: Urnost: Lee Lester 1toseettaVasit- at the ('Ierk'. Office ) -*' I
Second: Quarterly Confer- 1UU: Minor Child: : seen County ALL TRANSPORTATIONWHILE oCljssical Europe .
UiCKDit
ease delivered' by Rev. C. E.Jenkiis. ence. AU'boards asked to Lioulauuru.: Not Jduuiuvurd' i Inirton In the new Court House. ABROAD e ORussm Pjil'mid Piusunt,' .f I I
are tu INSUR.
Caiollna 27- Notice Of Intention To Appl/ Item Iduntlflcatlim; 1 ;
Mrs. Christine: Dlgs. S4D VoHittuiy ol Lute in Cuiiliiil I
have written reports. Those "You For Change of Name No. 23 Norfre Air Conditioner. I ANCE Euiiipe 5ljp DISCOVER THE WORLD FOR
WM: Mrs. A. Chandler, Secre- Are Hereby Notified that TO: \Willie Benjamin Washing No. 24 Hotpolnt Air' Condition- Plus OAigon.iut' The Gulden Ago I II
tary. who did not report last quarterare An filed autlun' fur divorce has been. SIJLII I I \l I U,\', /\S S I\l1.I oOnonl: A Summer" 'in Jipjn I VUASELFIVITHAAI.OOWb 1
COMPLETE asked to do so .at this 'tone.: contained. MKaiimt yuu unu a viaer tonUnknown enNo.. 25 Fedilers Air ConditionerNo. I iiiioi; I) : ft I'm' I 10 OFiuiuh Ltingiiiigo unil Ciuilizjlion Suimmir" ;, I
JOB CORPS wuhin tin Complaint Notice Is given that tho und..ratgned 26 FfilckTM Air' ConditionerNo. ,
Starting on Palm requests nini i slum M'; I in ,\ oSwisi Fiunch, LJIIIJU.IIJKOGeiiiuiii
Sunday a tne
court to award lelIllthVsi* 27 RCA Air' RondltlonnrNo
Petitioner !
Douglas E. Fergerson cf 1539 week of services will be held1: ', thai certain prutpeity OWIHH oy ington; whoHe residence addresS 29 Madlnon One HeaterNo. : nuir".oi) ( I MII LHI I n) ,,, LuiiijiiiHje and Civili/dliun Suinniir | i; IIHl/!! !
McCollum St.. has received his ending with you by and your wile as tenants Is P. O. liox US. I> wtey. Bradford 30 Dearborn Una heater I, II iV I 1/:1'1'; J I S ID) I oSpiinish Ldiigiuigo and Civili/alioil Suinin.ir,,, I .
Sunrise
Service on the entireties located in Florida.. Intends to No. ill Dfiirborn. has Ile-nter (CAII I I i imi '
certificate of County > i AMU; <
graduation from Easter Sunday morning. The bradfuiU: : County described! as apply to the Honorable OciirttaU No. 32 r>t>.nihnrn (Inn lloalcrNo. (_hill S*UN SIT-! i xctiiism I -Jluliiin l ", Ait t mill Iho M.ISIUIS < !i 'rItec.Al_ CJ dayI
I
Breckinridge Job Corps Centerat Tlie .SUVA: of avVV* M buution: Patten. Judge of the Eighth *:\\o-mlen Office IJesk. OA Livinu, Approuch 10 Music >i' .
: :.s & '
Morganfsld Ky. He following boards will ,be responsible 9. To-tvimltip 7 buutn, itaiidu 20 Judicial Circuit In and for No. 34 Denrbnrn. Ous HeaterThe si MIN >ns ALOIIHjl It ''English Diiiiu, and Litui.ituio, ", ,, jfJa'j t4w.iflEiA1" I
completed on the night listed: Mon Kant: containing acies more Bradford County nt his chambers following Items mil y be II. : :sM L/vHUS J j it aI
,. \
510 or leai.to I Ir
hours of training! in the In the Bradford County seen at the Old Court House ,
electrical appliance repa.lrschool. day night. Stewards Board: tar your wife. Faustina M. Les Courthouse at 10:00: am, on Corner of Court nnd Cull Streets. :tIH!) ( u :::itt!l ll
Tuesday Trustee Board; Wed- as a lump sum as alimony March 27, 1070 or as soonthereafter Location ot Items by Hooms.
and' was enrolled In nesday, Stewardess Boards 1 iillid you are tetiuiied to serve u as Petitioner! niny ba Clerk's Office i c"t, llt.fJ(. ('I'IiI. too! l .\\\IVI\ ::t1
the academic copy of your written deivnves! heard for an Order changing No. 1 Large Coniblnatlnn Safe i3J
BIRTH training program. and 2: Thursday Sunday If any. to it on Klxle, S. Sanders, Petitioner's minor child's nana No. 2 KuildiTH. Air' Ci>,niier :=J tll1l1lor",11" 0111110.,1.,, intiv r e.','Ill' .olliLclion ,nuhl, for Al I.\ Vina- Mrs. Pave D.t'rdon
ANNOUNCED Attorney for Plaintiff, whuso lloHPxetta WnahlnKton toRoe No. 3 Steel :Shelves:; 7' hIgh X SiMiuiiuis Ironi \. nt. 1
School: Friday Choirs 1 and Idlean from \ 'stninHtci(" i'cilli' p .'''''''11'1111 liitt'rna- HOT: 120-A
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Marshall P. Is 14 Went %.*il biied: : etta Mae Johnxnn t hI' which 15' LonK l tioii.il,,; Ai.ulftnv, i is II"I ,' onl,, )' fully m',"utlilitl .ru.uiuuu' uf Us Keystone llriglils.
O. ) Flu.
2. also the Ushers. Uox lOBfl Starlit. "Florida thereafter Steel Counter 3'xO'x4'HlKh
No. 4
announce the arrival of 201)1) and file the name tho minor child I kuul \\1110 .\l i.\, >'DU "III' ,'''jll\' mi, lAtilntM fun fitlt'tliiia, 32650
original
a son. wIth .
We : oe known. titiii unit .
"IIIII'
respectfully 1411 I' ilit. too!
request your the Clerk i r* ;
Mark Anthony. on March 4 at o-f the above styled Dated at Starke, Florliln this Front Hall flown Stairs Tel. 473-4270
cooperation' In all our efforts. Court on or bulore Marcli. 30, 17th day of February, 1970. No. 5 Laiga Counter with LOCK /
the Shands Teaching lIosp'tal The 1970>> ; otherwise a Judgment may
budget will
be reported at
In be entered against you tor the -------------a-a
Ganlnesville. a-a
The mother a a a
a- a
a a a a a-a a-a
our Founder's Day Celebrat'on;! relief demanded! la tile Complaint i --
and baby both of Petition. -------------'I! '
are gelling along March 18-19. In Jacksonville.The i
fine. Witness my hand and the neat I I I
Youth Church will rehearse of said Court on the lUtu day SIRLOIN I
CHURCH ACTIVITIES of February 1970 I
on Saturday: before the
SKAL
)
EBENEZER BAPTIST Church second and fourth' Sundays:! in Inniun D. Green FRESH II
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. The each month. The Senior Choir As Clerk of said Court OR RIB
My Delilah M. Moody
pastor's first
ann'vsrsary w'H
!
will rehearse
on Tuesday be- ft Deputy Cleric
be observed starting Thursday ftfe the first and ,third Sunday. 2-26 4t 3-19
night April 2, through Sunday I STEAKS FOODFAIR

3 ))..1'1'A'] nvi'"i a"1: New residents Into Florida "LRUAL. NOTICE"Sealed
pour Otu "' .11 ou imvived In
friends are asked to please cooperate at the rate of 3,000 per week. ',the Business, Of I Ice o-f the Florida -
with State Prlsun. up to and not
tlua el: l "J .Ua" o
later than 10.00{ : am. March 25,
I Sunday: School. 9:45.: BTU 5 to 11)70 for the wile of vehicles. FRYERS
8 p.m. ivoricn Vehicles may be Inspected at I
Services for Sun. March Notice li hereby * 22: the Board of County Comoot.al- working bourn up to
SundaySchool 9:45.: The Senior oners of Bradford Monday March 23. 11170. Bid ,
Florida at a meeting to be urd forms may be obtained from
Choir will serve at Lhe Choir In The Board Kiiom In the either tho Liualneas. Office or I FLORIDA I SUPERMARKETSwhen
Union at 3 p.m. at Antioch liradford County Court House from Mr.' Shuturd Motor Pool. a a a-a a a a a a a a-a a-a a-a
'Baptist commencing! at 8:30: clock A. 3-12 2t 3-19 GRADE'A -
Church. Rev. L. W. I I
M. on the 6th day of April 197O BONELESSFULLCUT
Thomas as pastor. Prayer and will consider adoption of !. The Circuit Court Eighth I i I I
Meeting! each: Thursday. 7 p.m. ".th. following ordinance: Judicial Circuit Of Florida la I
ORDINANCE Nt). 70-1
And For Mrmltfvrd County; ROUND
The Ministers and. Dsacons Board Of County Commissioner t.:1,1I.1.: ..... I
Union East Coast Division Of Bradford County Florida Case ISu. TOO : : Savings Count. I
Be It Ordained by The Hoard CI COUNTT
Charles Slmcheia Plaintiff vi STEAKS
Auxiliary "Mount: Sinai Bap of County Commissioners ..t Pauline Ituth llandanyan ..l>lm- StYLI SHOULD.' COUNT ON US! I
tist! Association! will conveneat Bradford County: chera ..Defendant.ftollce II
Section 1. The Board of Coun- -
Of Suit No PropertyTU
Jerusalem Baptist Church. ty Commissioners of Bradford : Pauline Ituth llundanyan : tJL1
Ollsta Fla., March 27-29. BTU Count Florida, pursuant to Simehera. : LB : PRICES GOOD THROUGH I
authority 6't 234,
the of Chapter -
You Are Hereby Notified thatan 9&FRESH
will be held Sunday March 29. LAWS of Florida. be and It Is action for Divorce has been I I a WEDNESDAY MARCH 23th. I
from 5 to 6 p.m. Visitors always hereby! authorlied to contribute filed against you Pauline Ruth I I quantity rights r s.rve>d.ilAN I
annually In cash goods or HerVICPH liandanyan. Slmchera and you I I
welcome. Mrs. Ranell fire department I
to any organized. Are required to serve a copy of
English reporter. In said county In written defenses If any to

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Mary L. Brannum John H. Forsyth

Mrs. Mary Lila Brannum, '
=
John II, Forsyth, 91,Starke,
mother of Mrs. C. E. Su'ter.died' '' --
-
died Sunday in Bradford County -
March 13, In Memorial
Friday, :
Hospital after an extended Ill
Hospital: at Gatltn. Ter.n. ness. He was born in Bradford CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
She was a member of ,the Baptist County on August 16, 1878, and CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF "EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 ,a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
Church cT Chattanooga, was an elder in the Primitive .,p LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway; ...1MV; Newest( of Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth
Tenn. Baptist Church. d 1404 E. Bessent Road. Lawtey. Sunday School, 10. a.. n.- Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.; Prajrer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Pra-vtice.
She Is survived by two daugh- Surviving are his wife, Lou Morning Worship, ui5. Sun services 6:00.Wednesday Meeting 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday : Wednesday 8 p. m.
ters, Patricia Suter Keystone Delia Forsyth, Starke; three 1404 East Bessent Rio. day Night Service 630Rev. Worship service 7 -Rsv, J, C. Saunders, pastor -' Rev. Robert D. Burchi
Heights; and Mrs. Cathryn Allen daughters, Mrs. Mta Green, f R. L. Bengettpastor, p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
and SUndaY-Priesthood 8:39: ( a.m. .\loRGAN flOAt CHAPEL;
Oalletln. of Tennessee; haiford Mrs. Rhoden
Myrtle ,
; GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
School
Sunday 10 a.m. Sacrament !
Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday
two grandchildren. Lake Butler and Mrs. Edith
; PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Highway 100-A
Interment -was In Greenwood Crawford, Starke; one son,O.E. 6 p.m. Sunday School, 10 'a. m. Moaning HAMPTON; CHRISTIAN; School 11:00: a. m. Morning
MondayMia 7:30: p.m. CHURCH Worship, 6:00: |>. m. Training: sundn School
Cemetery, Chattanooga. Forsyth, Savannah, Ga. 16 Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Services 10 am. MornIng -
grandchildren, 40 great-grand- 'TueSdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. (Booster Band, Young Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -- Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wordhip. Worship, 11. Training Union -

Lonnie PrescottLonnie children; and one great-great- 'Wednesday Relief Society People, and Prayer Service). 6 Worship at 11. Evening I 7 p.m. Evening Worship,
7:30 .
Ser
: Wednesday 7:30
p.m.JORDAN : Prayer
grandchild. First [Worship, 7. James Shaw.Pa.s'tor. 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
Baptist p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. (
vIces 1st :and 3rd Wednesday
Funeral services held '
were I 8pm. Rev. Don Dravvdy,
Prescott 71. died: 'Wed. Midweek Service. Wednesday
MISSIONARY night-1:00: p. m. Family night
at 3 Tuesday in Mount Church .
Pastor
nesday, March 11, at the homeof p.m. Lawtey. 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D.,
BAPTIST MISSIONU.
Church .
Zion Primitive
Baptist BROOKER BAPTIST ChuMCH
his son. Vaughn Prescott, near Lake Butler, with Elder Sets Revival S. 301 North, behind TM-, pastor BROOKER FLA. Airpark Baptist Church RTNGSLEY LAKE.BAPTIST.
Lake. '
at Kingsley! O.M. Yarborough officiating. tee Freez Drive In. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple pa tor. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Morn.
Mr. Prescott was born on Dec. Interment was in the church Evangelist Edward J. Corh, School 10 a.m. Worship Service HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a,m. Ron Ing Worship, 11:00: a.m.; Even. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
27, 1898, In Bpkfr Count He cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones of Pelion, s. C, will be heard 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer (Highway 100 at Theressa) Bristol. Superintendent:! Training ing Worship, 7:00 p.m.; Wed. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning
'was a retired farmer and a Funeral Home in charge. .In a series of messages at the Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.: Sunday, School! 10 a. m. Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study :Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship -
member of the Highland Bap First Baptist Church of Law. Leroy: Olive pastor; E L. Morning Worship-11 a. m, Douglas Director. Worship 7:00: p.m. Study on Book ol 7 p.m.; Prayer' Meeting
tist Church. Alanson C. Ellis icy, starting March 23 and con. r1ffl.s, associate. pastor. Training Union-3:30: p.m. Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Psalms. C. J. Sheffield, Pastor*! 7:30: 'W>ednesday:
Besides his son, he Is survived tinuing through March 29. Ser- Evening WOl'Shlp-7:15: p. m. Outlaw, music director.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert West.!

by four sisters Mrs. S'nnle' Alanson C. Ellis, 67, of vices 'will be held each nightat DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Night Prayer Services BAPTIST

Prescott Mrs. HWDnrbly., Starke, died Saturday upon arrival 7:30: o'clock.In BROOKER -7:30: p. m, Rev. Merle CHURCH. HIGHWAY 18 N. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
and' Mrs. Al'c Austin, all of. at Bradford County hospital extending an Invitation. to Sunday School, 10 ajn. Wor- Fackh&m. pajtor.GKAHAM Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CUUKCII; Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng -.
Lnwtey. and Mrs. Jennie! L--stinger after a brief illness. Ito everyone to attend the services hip Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Worship, 11. Training Sunday Service: Sunday Worship, 11 a. m. Training!
Daytona! Beach. ; and two Alachua Aug .8. Rev. E. C. Harvey., of >m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- Morning School, 9:43: a. m. Morning Wor !
was born in on pastor j BAPTIST CHURCH Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser'rice Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship),
grandchildren.Funeral services! weT! hold at 1902, was a retired farmer the church, said: "At a .time Rev. Lacy. Conway pastor. Sunday School, 10 a, m. Morn- 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser ship, 10:4t 0:30: ; a. m.m. Midweek Evening Ser Sar- 8 p. m. Wednesday night service -
:
when vice p.
and a member of the Bayless our spiritual and moralstructures 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
ing Worship: 11 a. m. and 7 p. ,ice, 7:30.:
2 p.m. Friday In the Highland! Church. vice, Wednesday: 7:15: p. m.
Baptist Church w'th Rev. E. C. lliway Baptist are crumbling and CHURCH; OF GOD in.-- Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor -Charles Reese, minister come-L. L. Parker, pastor.
Surviving are his wife, Ila may have passed ,the point of
422 N. St. Clair St. i
Harvey, Rev. George. Chlsm, Lee Ellis Starke his mother, no return Staxke.
won't
; you put forth ------ ---
and Rev. Charles Prvor officia Mrs. John Hunter, Miami; two every effort to bring a purify. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship '* gIIIP II "'' II' ,' -
In Long Services, 11 a. m. ,i.&d 7:30: p. ? 'w
Interment
ting.
was Alvah Ellis
brothers, Zephyr- fug influence to our commun- r 1
Branch Cemetery 'under! (d'rse-' < Ellis Miami m. Prayer Meeting' Friday, 7:30: 1 Ni
hills, and Leo II. ; ity by attending these meet- p'N
Hon of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral four sisters, Mrs AletheaElls- ings?" p.m.-Rn, Y. W KUd. pastw.: '

Home. worth, Dade City; Mrs. Bea- The Church
trice Dohring, Mrs. Pearl Ber- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOt: r i it '

Leonard Griffis ry, and Mrs. Myrtle Lloyd, all OF STARKE l
of Miami. West Weldon St. and Ralford q1 PIM
Leonard Criffls. 60 a lifelong Funeral services were held THANK YOU Road PLANTS

resident of Stirke. died at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Bayless Sunday School: 10:00: a.m.
upon arrival at Bradford County :: Hiway Baptist Church with Bev. NOTEI 11:00: a.m. C. A. Services: 7:00 n.
George Crowell officiating. Interment Evangelistic! Services. d'' '
Hospital Thursday afternoon p.m. y
was in Mount Zion Ce- wish to thank the person and WATERS.
Mid-Week Sfr-
No
(March 12. Wednesday:
Dade at 3 who .sent the newspaper clip
Mr.. Griffis 'born In Bak- metery, City, p.m. fide
was Tuesday, with DeWitt C. Jones ping to me. If you had not sent vice.Pastor d. '
er County on March 18, 1909, :, T. E. GlUey .J ? I
Funeral Home in charge of it, I would not have got to
.the son of the late Henry and arrangements read it because we do not take The. church plants the. seed of failh. waters and tills the soil
Ola/ Harris Orifris. He was
'
the evening paper. SMYRNA: MISSIONARY
"owner-operator of the Griffis Helen A. Preisler \But I sure wish you would BAPTIST CHURCH These. are the 'things. that a church can do,. and no more !
Trading Post north of Starke
have had nerve enough to sign 1 W3 W. Pratt St, Sunday sei- "
and a member of the AirparkBaptist : :: ,then God provides the. 'love' and life-giving essentials, The "'
Church. Mrs. Helen A. Preisler, 51, of our name so I could have flees: :Sunil.iy: School, 10 a. m alIgrowth

Surviving is hh wife Ruby Hampton, died Wednesday, Just thanked you In person. rellct.nlC.! 11 1m.. Training then depends on ,the type. of sod I is .it t barren d
it is. Jnlvji, 3.43
March 11 Thanks again. How true p. m. Evening War-
upon arrival nt Brad-
Laurlmore Griffis, lour daugh- Too bad you read it so late In hip, 7 p. m, Everyone welcome. . .
ters, Mrs. Doris: Lawtey ford County Hospital. She had mediocre.' or fertile. Your life with God will grow according
Mrs. Wanda King. ; been a resident of Hampton life; because if you had chil -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Ito I
Coblentz Jacksonville
Lake for the dren you would not have time your will and desire.
past year, moving
-
; Mrs. D'ane Syn:e:,
to worry about me, Idle hands
there from
and Gainesville, and CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
Miss Rose Miry Crlffli, was a member are the devil's work shop. "Blessed/ is the man thai walkfth' not. 'in ,the counsel of the
of
:both of Starke the Presby CHURCH
; ten sons Wool-
Mine are always at work at
terlan
row, Leonard, Jr.. Billy. Lyon, Church. something of value to us. Sunday:! School 9:45: a.m., ungodly, nor ttandeth' in the way o// sinners nor sillclli in
Leroy, Clean James and Riley Surviving are her husband, -Mrs. R. F. Jarvis. Morning Worship 11 a.m., -
Griffis, all of Starke; Monroe Christian A. Preisler, Hamp Youth Service! 5:30: p.m., Even- ,the teal. of the scornful./ But his delight i it in (lie loin of the
OrlHis. ,with the US. Army In ,ton; one daughter, Mrs. Beverly ing Worship 7 p.m. a

Missouri; and Ray GriffH, Adam Warren Mich.; two Thursday night Prayer Meet. lord, and in hit l law> doth he mediate' day! and night'! And II
Waco, Texas. Also survivingare sons John A. and Lowell A. NOTICEI rag 7:30: p.m. '
28 grandchildren Prel !er. ,both of Gainesville; lie. shall/ do like a tree "planted .Ini! ,the river of motor :.
and six have res'gned as pastor ofOak Ivy: Luke, Pastor r rC4frr7y'"C
one
great granichlldren.:! sister Miss Marilyn Faeey:: : ,.
Grove Baptist, Church: ef;' .- '
SunnHIde.!! NY. I'
and six
; grand-
Funeral i
services" were held fectlve April 1, after'two"and/ c n
at 3 p.m. Sunday: in Jones Me- Children.: a half years. I will be available NORTHSIPE; BAPTIST the Church "it God I appamtid, ogtncy lit 'ihn i
morial Chapel with Rev. Leroy Funeral services were held for supply work, or as pastor CHURCH world for iprtoding. 'Iht knowlidgt of Ho. lev*
Olive officiating Interment was at 1 p.m. Saturday in Jones of any other church.- Sunday: Morning Worship 9:45: : tot man and ol,Hn dmand for man lo...pondI. xt t
:In the family plot In Crosby Memorial Chapel with Rev W. Luther McGee 4717 Cambridge Sunday School: l. 11. Sunday that I... b, 'loving hit' neighbor' Without ?
Lake Cemetery with: DeWitt C. A. Hogan officiating. Interment Road, Jacksonville, Fla. Evening Worship, 6 pjn.Training \ THE thit grounding. in 110, lore ol Cod no 1I..nD .
Jones Funeral Home in chare/! Was In Arlington National! 32210.It Union, 7:30.: "':' meat or swat, 01 way of lito will, longpiiiowt
ThursdayTeachrs!! and Of. 9 "" and the' frttdorm which wi hold 10 i S irx
ficers Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer W :, diar will,/ Inevitably, piriih. Th".,..., ...n ra'0nom
.. o Mash point, 'of ont should luppott'
Meeting! 7:30.Edward: !;:.! new
tho hunt for I hi toht of the wtltan of him,
Cemetery Va. C. Harvey, pastor
REVIVAL I Arlington at 3
\ ...1.d/ hn family Btpond that howivotivory
p.m. Monday. 7Ra l+l i\
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Anon should uphold and portiopait' in +
Home CHURCH, STARKE Iho Church btiauit it ttlli 'Iht truth' about
was In charge of local
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH arrangements Holy Eucharist, 8:30: a.m., man', lift, death and destiny', Iht 'truth' whuhalont
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Sundays. 4th will ttt' him, /t... to lire at o child. ol'

MADISON STREET Sunday:! Morning: Prayer God
LAWTEY, FIA. BAPTIST CHURCH '.Church School 10 a.m. Family

Sunday School. 9'45 'ia.m. ervlce at 1l. c.,..... ... ,....

MARCH 23rd THRU 29th Morning? Worship, 11. Youth'
Choir practice, 4:30.: Youth Fel.lowship .
7:30 NIGHTLY Supper 5:45. Training CALVARY BAPTIST CHUPCH

Union, 6:15.: WMS Prayer Cir
Hear cle. 7:15. Evening Worship, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
7:30.Wednesday RA. OA Sun- 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30: WILLIAMS I BRADFORD STARKE BUILDERS
EVANGELIST EDWARD J. CORNNIGHTLY ieamsnesdYWA( WMS business

meeting! 6:30.: Prawr Meeting, FpttT DAFI1S1cmm- JEWELRYOfficial ABSTRACT CO. SUPPLIES.. Inc. j
Business! Meeting 7:30.: Church STARKE

One of God's Men For This Hour Choir practice. 8:30.: Sunday School. 9:45.: Morning: Better Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware
Denton Sumrall, pastor.SI Worship at 11; sermon by Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies

Evangelist Bcbby Britt; Tra'n-: Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Goods

Ing Union, 6:15: ; Evening Wor BULOVA WATCHES
I ship, 7:30: ; sermon by evangel. Abstracts "Check With Us First" ,
142 W. Call St. Starke
ist. 219 Washington St. 964-5270
Monday Youth Choir Prac. Phone 964-7064 Title Insurance ,
'
: r : tlce; New River Baptist Assn. .

l ,i .G "Shaping The 70's ClInic," 7 158 W. Call Ph 964-6881

p.m.Tuesday: New River Assn. STARKE66"

d "Shaping The 70's Clinic," 7 SERVICE FAULKNERGULF
II {! Vy '
: y
p.m.Wednesday Weekday Bible Bill Edwards Ph. g "-1Ul SERVICEAND ;

Class, 10 a.m. Family Night
Supper, 6 p.m Prayer Service, Tire TruIngHeadUght ; .
RA meeting. 6:30.: Weekly Adjusting .t-C

Teachers and Officers Meeting, Brake Service i U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
TODAY 7:15: : Church Choir Practice,
8:15.: Wheel Balance and M'_ Trailer .
IT'S "A DOLLAR SAVEDIS Thursday Vlsltat'on, 7 p m. Alignment --" .
Phone 964.6111
Friday Combined! Youth Carl Hurst Complete Lubrication

A DOLLAR EARNED"! and Adult Choir Rehearral, 7 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE '24-HR.. WRECK SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups

p.m.Saturday Youth Council AH Minor Repairs 1011 N. Temple Avenue

But penny saved or dollar saved, there's Meeting 6 pin 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100 PHONE 964.5899

absolutely nothing like a growing ready- -W. A. Hogan, pastor

cash reserve safely deposited in an in- FIRST UNITED METHODIST J I tlO S. Temple Starke

terest-earning savings account here- STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY

for emergency, pleasure, college education SundayChurch School 9:43: TELEGRAPHOFFICE FI.ORIDA,
n.m.: Morning Worship 11;
or down-payment on a new car or MYF Snack Supper, 8 pjn.: SUPPLIES EST

home. MYF Meetings! 6:30: : Evening EDWARDSGrocery
Worship. 8 TYPEWRITERS
Save here every payday! Monday -p.m.Holy Week Ser and Market OHTROI

\.... J vice. 12 Noon ADDING MACHINES
b bon-d5 B-aByebl h Groceries Meats Feed 4 0tUUW. co.
Tuesday Holy Week Service.
PHOTOCOPIERS !from' ''..19.50to
12 Noon. : GAS AND OIL
WednedayHolV' Week Service 625. Take the drudgery. out 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
FLORIDA of piper work.- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
'
12 Noon: CBUUfren's Choir Phone
964.5745 for FREE
Rehearsal, 3:30: p.m.; Prayer LEGAL FORMS. S. 301 South Starke
Meeting and Bible' Study 730.: Inspections and Estimates

'BANK AT STARKE Thursday Holy Week Service .rA otL \ ENVELOPES PHONE 964-5312. .
12 Noon: Youth Choir Rehearsal .

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Rehearsal,! 7, p.m.7:30.: Chancel Choir CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc.

Friday Good Friday Ser Owned By ThoffAVe Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group vice. 12 Noon
-DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Electrically": -Keystone Heights Phone 4734911r

Pastor ..,--...... .
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Green Cove Springs Garden Phone 475-1(12

Mrs. Shaughnessy Club. It was voted to sponsor A <..4p..
/ '/ B. Radimer major ,ibeautiflcatton: project: to -
Services Held 'w be carried: out on the east *!M$ Greetings, fellow Indian ,of Perry spent a day and night ,
of Palms! of 'the property belonging to Beach-ites and all our friendsout with Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bar-
In St. William' the library. there, from you Rolling-Re rows last week. Friday, Mrs.
Please Phone Thd project will consist of I) porter. I'm afraid there's not Dorothy Frasier and Mrs. Sid

Miry B. Radimer. 83, Mrs. Margaret M. Shaugh- screen 'wall of concrete blocks:: much news this week, due to ney Dunn of Palatka spent the

th* Palms lOystoao nessy 86, of Melrose, died extending north and south weather, and the fact we were day with them.
LITTLE LEAGUE died Wednesday Sunday In Bradford County Hospital from 'the existing: short wall to ''gone most of the weekend. We Mrs. D.W. Carpenter David spent

The Keystone In .a Gainesville] con after an extended illness.A the property lines on Ferris were staying at the home of Wednesday with Mrs.Mrs.C.F.
Jacksonville.
Reid in
League held Its center. She was born native of McConnellsvllle, and Bay Streets. According to my Aunt Clara Sullivan In Wil- with
izational meeting of on Oct. 22. 1888 Ohio she was a member of St.Willlam's estimates obtained: from several listen and were visiting Grand- Shawver spent Thursday Shawver
Mrs.
March 9. Plans for Catholic Church of mother Copeland in Williston the Carpenters.
on ,
wall
lived contractors. the
at Park of the will enter Methodist Hospital
activities Keystone Heights. Memorial Hospital.
are the five would cost approximately
:past years. Jacksonville for on
surgery
shape and a new Surviving are three sons, Grandmother Copeland fell
$1,200.
ficers has been elected.Coach John of Melrose; James, of. last Wednesday, and she hasa Tuesday.Mr. .
Is her husband. The Garden Club plans to Russel
and Mrs. Taylorof
Lyn Kirtley charleston W. Va.; and Robert broken Vertebrae. She needs
Radimer Sr., of Park work Intensively: from now until Bacon County, Ga. have been
with of Heights and' all and will
ed president, Keystone ; your prayers appreciate
the one son. Charles four grandchildren. Djoyle-Mooneyham May i, go that construction them. visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
nett as new Friday night,
Jr. of Little can be started In May. All Ellis. Mr. Taylor Is the sheriffof
and Gilbert' Reed Falls, Funeral services were held < my parents, James and Cricket -
: ? sister, Mrs. Agnes Engagement Told Other civic organizations.. Bacon County. While here
treasurer.Art at 10 a.m. Tuesday In St. WllHam's visited Buddy and Merle
Kiefer, retiring N. J., a brother. Church with Father' d-. tries small businesses and private Ellis at the home of Mr. and they enjoyed good luch with the
dent thanked the Barclay. Lake Worth: ward Kirby officiating. Inter- -VF.' and' Mrs. Frank D. Doyle citizens! of the county are Mrs. Marcus Howard in Gaines- fishing.Mr. .
board of directors grandchildren. ment was in Evergreen Ceme- 8r.;, of Keystone Heights an- invited to help\ mate this a ville. and Mrs. W.E. RevelsJr.
The nounce the engagement and county-wide civic project.Contributor's and family of Plant City
excellent cooperation tery, Gainesville. Rosarywas : Otis Melton and I attendeda
past year, and urged services were held recited at7:30: p.m. Mondayin approaching marriage of 'their may b!' mailed Youth Rally at Hampton Bap- spent the weekend with his parents -

cooperation for the Grow- Ceme'erv. Pat- DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, daughter Helen Ann. to Gerald to Mrs. Herman E. Reed treasurer tist Church last Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Revels -

ident. N. J. Local arrange* Keystone Heights. Arrange- Mooneyham, son of Mr. andMrs. of this special projrct. and had a wonderful time fel- Sr.Troop.
Loye Head were In charge of De ments were In charge of Jones Max Mooneyham also Box. 243 Green Cove Springs. lowshiplng with Christian Young 109 of the Boy Scouts
with Carl Cox and Art
committee to procure Jones Funeral Home. Funeral Home. of Keystone.Mr. "If every family reading this People. along
reported that many Mooneyham Is a 1967 article contrbuted Just! one Charles, Louise and Paulette Wheeler spent the weekend at -

Keystone are O' graduate of Keystone High! dollar to this project ,the cam. Strandberg of Jacksonville the Baden Powell Camp.
fielding Little School. He Is now stationed in palgn would;; tea over within two spent the weekend with Mrs. Jo Well that's it for this week.
this New New York where he is an Air- I,Strandberg. Leeon didn't have time to get .
year. weeks 30 don't measure! the
probably be asked for [L'V' man 1st Class. value of ,the contribution!, by Mrs. C.W. Johnson, Mrs. up a poem last week So until, he next was ,

imately a $160 fee to Miss Doyle La a 1969 graduate the amount" says Mrs. Louise I Nona Durden, Mrs. Ethyl Col- visiting Granny. Lord
new uniforms.The of Keystone High School. Batten. Garden Club president.! lins and Mrs. Gladys Moore week, May the good bless
and keep all. .
new field across An April 25th: wedlnads: "All Clay Counfaro can trt you

high school is now ""'" .'! ., planned at-St. Anne's Episcopal proud of the mew County Library

play; largely through ( Church at Keystone at 8 erected recently on the --'- - ..........- - -
-' "'' - --
forts of Ray Wingate corner block of Ferris and Palmetto -
volunteer group who p.m.All and relatives are ,
friends
back .In Indi Streets.' Mrs. Batten 1
.
during the past year are said Mama. invited to attend.NEWS said. '"This dream has 'bee* .,. VOICE of theSPORTSMAN
it In shape. month brings Spring Such a beautiful thought andI I
made possible! by the ; 'T
pooling
I have owr
my
Coach Kirtley plans can vision my dear Mother, '
for World's Day 01 of federal: and county fund, :
prospective players
seeing 'the beautiful red cher
property donated by the City of ..:' "
by March 16. There ries and taking out the pits I By MIKE CHIllY |
TDreen -, :
Cove. and cwitr'butloiuof .
one-week grace period she sought the Savior and cannlnathem back somany NOTES (

comers. As in past years ago. My dear Ma.ma. .- In the many interested" Individual* ........ .,.. ,,,.,,,. '
$2 fee is required the spot where He By Helen E'nFELLOWShIP county. -" -
the cost of a group lain The public will be kept informed !

policy. warm tears, like I have had a heartache and as to the amount raisedto IIi Sports Fans "How's ya a 13 pound, 2 ounce whopper,

Several rain; have cried,, a lot. Remember: CLUB date, ,iaa the campaign progresses luck holding up?" I hope it's that measured 29 inches long.

this year's activities there sLood, unstain. my pup Orhpie I raised? He The monthly covered dish "watch your local better than mine between getting Griffin's Lodge (east shore t
mitted for death was about 18 months old now. luncheon of the Fellowship Club papers and see Clay County over the aftermath of the Santa Fe), reported the following -

sons at the meeting. that spoke with low A beautiful dog. I told you how at the Masonic Hall on March !build a wall and Improve 'the Flu, and this crazy weather, catches. Roy Griffin guided

menting on the breath; all winter I let him out early 12 was a special occasion, as east ,grounds of its present 11- I haven't made it out to try H.T. Cone and George Zellnerand

tions Coach Kirtley &Lerl" Mary answers In the morning. to play in the it was the fourth birthday of ibrary site," Mrs. Batten! sold. 'em yet. My family has been they caught 7 Bass and 15
that there would be Specs. During the week, Roy'sson
snow and get exercise. Ho the Club. out a few times and caughta
meeting shortly to Program Chairman and Vice few There some Alan brought in catches of
the far and fragrant would come back to eat his Specs. were
for team organization President Mrs. Ethel Wey- Rabies Clinic good catches last week, so let's 10. 14, and 12 Specs.
'and bacon pancakes-
or
tice sessions. than the songs of whatever egg I had for breakfast. man made It a festive occasIon Set For March21The have a look at them. .. Uncle Alfred Hudson and
as she had individual birth- Slim's Fish Stuff (Keystone) friend James Brock of Gainesville -
TEEING OFF!11 Well, I let' hm: out before 4 day cakes centered with a ligh- had a couple of nice big Bass caught 26 Specs in Loch-
offering of ''tears! a.m. March 2 so he would get annual Rabies Clinic,
Local Golfer last went
loosa Monday. They
ted candle marking the oc- brought In and weighed. William ;
won First Flight Low Richard! Burton tired and com back before casion. Luncheon was enjoyedby sponsored by the Clay County P. Watson Jr. of Jacksonville back with another friend Wednesday -

honors at the Azalea ) poem reminds me daylight. This time hei. dd! not 36 members and guests. Health Department In cooper- caught a 10-pounder, and caught 24. -
Tournament in to 'the Holy Land in return. It was warmer foggy President Ferne Hanson Intro- ation with local veterinarians, that measured 27 inches long, We've wrapped up another

Thursday, :March 12. I wasthere near East. and misting rain. At daylightI duced the guests Mr. and Mrs. will be held for the Keystone and 19 inches girth, on a live week fellows, so I won't hold
The ladies of the visited the tomb where walked out over the villagein Reg and Olive Padfield from Heights area on Saturday Shiner in Johnson Lake. A.F. you any longer. Till next week

their regular weekly I stepped inside and the rain, locking with tears London, England; Mrs. Anna March 21, from 2 to 4 p.m. Muntz of Keystone brought In"There's Good bye and Good lucklFlorida's !
ment at the Keystone the layer of aLone gen in my eyes and calling "Or- Candenas and Mrs. J.E. Vest.A at the city hall.
on Thursday, March Jesus once lay to phic" softly. I did not find fine program was arrangedby The clinic for the Clay; Hill

18-hole group Kathy first Easter morn. him. The boys in town helpedme Mrs. Weyman with George area will be held Saturday,
won first low net that experience one by going all over the vil Colgin rendering several vocal March 21, from 4 to 5 p.m. Growth Rate
at the Civic Center
Chessington won low just) be happier love lage. Finally they said the solos of his own composition ( Community I
old Clay Hill school).
da Wharton won low net and .believe. It will next morning, the paper boy with Mrs. Janet Lamnat '

!9-hold match. Easter. came and said, "He is lost. the piano.Happy Birthday had Dips But Still Tops U.S.Florida's .
Tie ladies have been Is World's Day of Mrs. Mohr." I had! his egz been sung by the group. As ,
to attend a tournament I have not been to ,,'waiting, his Pan filled wKh, previously annnnnrpHfr_ to Florida State Prison Hortt"TBtHRirWnSIOn. -
Field on Friday, April 2ena Scheibe of Lake Reservationsmust difference in the next few
so I do not know this water his bed made to rest. Spring years
try fee will be $3 per Coaaalt1'n. what church the ser Now I can hardljl' see his bodi was to show some slides of be in by April 1 to your growth rate' oncn between economic! activity In
local club. In order for Mr. 1.25 times faster then (He rest
Additional details held. One of my devo. and box of things he loved to their many trips by travel trailer Florida and that in the nation
the tournament have been but in one of these while Jordan to arrange for luncheonat of the nation, has fallen off ..
booklets states It Is play with end I cry aloud and as a ..whole Beller sees little
on the club's bulletin touring in the Smoky Mts. of noon at the cafeteria. Those to about half that rate, according -
have your own service. say 'Please God help me and chance of an Increase In mi.
If interested in attending are to meet at the Ronald E.
you are N. Carolina they met Reg and to tfellor.
Just what I did. I play- take care of Orphle. gration into the state.
you must sign up by :\ organ and sang three If I knew some boy had Olive Padfield who were also Main Gate at 10 a.m. Anyone research associate in the
Interested In the
Keystone area '
travel The
Scheibesand
trailing. 'University of Florida.'s Bureauof
quotations from taken him to the farm. would
I read
Mildred
HERE N' THEREMr. the Padfields became may contact Mrs. Pay-
the love him and! be kind and feed good Business and Economic
and knelt by or-
ton 473-3164 or Mrs. Emily
and :Mrs. Ed friends, and the Londoners have KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Walnut for prayer. I arose him I could bear the partingbettco. Ison 473-3033. Research.
Grove Ga., been house guests of the
'
,
satisfied' and: happy. I Just don t know.I :.
Keystone on Scheibes. Mr. and Mrs. Pad- Writing jn the latest editionof
..beautiful! day still get early. I cleanedby
Thursday last week to : 1 a up field lived for fifteen yearsin "Florida Economic I
visit with friends. the robins have come house, changed my bed and
So. Africa where their children "
F.T. Hogue a Lake) sing and nest. I am down early before the village still reside. The club was Vet News Indicators, Beller predicts I
stable I
resident, passed away they eat the berries store opens. The owner. Jay Is entertained by them in the showing "fairly I year-to-year
Gainesville hospital on They enjoy cher in Florida on vacation: but Joe of colored slides of So. changes in the number of new DIRECTORYBEAUTY

day March 10, here in Indiana which takes care of things. Africa and Rhodesia.Their travel A study of veterans, who entered residents accompanied by a !
cent illness. Services : May. The snow is gone the sun trailer was made in Endland college during the first slowly declining rate of resident .-

in Jacksonville on we never mind bright and daffodils are com and shipped to the United States. three years of the current G.I. pop ulation growth"-exactly SHOP .
Sympathy is extended also eat 11oO many bugs ing .up and some crocus in Mrs. Camilla Stewart Is still Bill, indicates that while almost what has occurred since 1964.. .
lIogue and family. We had a poem bloom. The hard winter! is confined to Alachua General half enrolled as freshmen Florida's 1 population has -

Mrs. :Marshall Gallop our feeling and surely about over for good. Hospital following a sudden ill- about one in five enrolledfor grown faster than I bqth that of KEYSTONEBEAUTY

Brooklyn, was visiting happy. Awhile ago I made Brown ness. Mr. Kodack Is home froma a Masters' or a Phd. de- five other Southeastern. states SHOP

mother in Lake City last are ripe, cherries are County Cockles. They are cool- Jacksonville hospital but not gree. and the nation as a whole, but
Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Ing now and I will putt themin too well. The membership M.T. Dlson Director of the that Florida's rate of growthhas EDITH JOHNSON Owner
have returned to their : birds one day. my cookie Jar. There is a chairman, Mrs. Rose Lang, reported Division of Veterans Affairs Personal and Creative Hair Styling -
Lake Geneva following : are ripe! cherries are hilly and lovely county in In. eight new paid mem- for the State of Florida, reported been steadily I declining Every Form of Beauty
with friends in Cincinnati.Mr. diana south of here named bers, bringing the total for that more than 50 per since I the peak of the mid- Culture Tuea.-Sat. 9.,; closed '

and Mrs. G.R. boys ana girls. Brown County. 1970 to about 75. Both William cent of G.I. college students fifties. \fonda,.

are cherries for all,*', BROWN COUNTY COOKIES Reynolds Sr., and Mrs. Geneva indicated on their applicationstheir At that t time, Florida was NURSERY
: Iii cup white suwr: '.i Chab were reported not field of study. Of this growing 4.25 times faster than

cup brown sugar. 3-4 cup short- feeling too well. group 31 per cent choose busIness the nation, but during the past D.C. Carries Nursery

ening (I use Crisco); 2 eggs: The April 9 luncheon meetIng or commerce; 14.5 per nine years, Florida's growth has

and card party a suc- 1 teaspoon vanilla /4 tsp. bake to be held at the Masonic cent education; and 11 per cent slowed to a rate only 2.23 times Thousands of plants

March 13.There ing soda: 1.4 teaspoon! sMl. Hall at 12:30: will have a engineering. Next in order were 'aster than the national growth. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

tables of play. Dwarf 2 1-4 cups sifted flow. Cream special speaker Charles Mc- the life sciences agriculture, Despite this decrease Evergreens
awarded to the and Dishtrlt Gover- biological, medical and health.
sugar, shortening eggs Glave past however few states have grown, Camellias & Azaleas
at the indivi add the' re.tflour, soda and nor of Lions Clubs. He will courses less than 8. per cent;
vanilla. Chill at least three speak on the Lions' special program :and social sciences under 8 or arc growing, as fast! as! MOST ALL IN CANS

/1 TOURNAMENT: hours. Then make into bill Eye Banks and the Lighthouse per cent. Florida, where the resident! PLANT ANY TIME -

Char- the size you want cookies. for the Blind. Readers Business was also popular population last July is estimatedto Beautiful Roses -
Chairman Press them flat' with the bottom should also be Interested In among veterans who trained in have been 6.15: million mak LandscapingPhone
that 11
announced golf
of a glass. Spread with the new project the "JustThings" schools below college level. ing Florida the ninth most
and 42 ladies
par- Electrical and electronic train- 659-2165
shop recently trans- in the nation.
In the Annual Key- oleo or Crisco d'pped in sugar. oopulous state
Tournament at Bake 350 degrees until brown. ferred to the Lions, for which ing was this another favorite. subject Unless there is any significant 23 MI. S. S. of Starke on
Lions among group.In
will the
proceeds go to
I added nuts ground, or cut up
club Monday. / Club scholarship fund. Mem- apprentice and other on- Hwy. lOt at florahome
Fannin and his fine. These are (rood and easy.
the-job training under this bill 'I
bers of the Fellowship Club ask I- II
HELPFUL HINTS. To makea
DuClay Country ?" structural courses were most i .
"How We
May Help ? -
Jacksonville made a clothes line prop, use a bamboo in demand. i i -r'' ,:, : / iiW1) d. E. McKAY, REALTORSenior
In the pole. Put round hided! ::
profes a MASONIC! HOME: TRIP Dixon said that additional Mcmtsr: Society of
amateur competition. clothes pin in the end of the A.P. Haliman Worshipful statistics on veteran trainees Residential Appraisers
members of Fannin's pole. You may have to raw' a Master of Melrose Masonic were revealed by the study Mortgage BrokersWe

Included Mrs. John lllttle off the end of 'the pole. Lodge has arranged for Masons 26.5 median age at time of ) Help You Finance

Pearl Rehbln, and Push the head of the clothespin and Eastern Star Members entering training, 70 per cent Trailer lots $300. "'I'

firmly 'n the cane pole. 1C to join the caravan (bus) were in their twenties, 8.5 were The Best In Lake Front
of Fannin's two works. trip on Saturday March 21, over age 35, 2 per cent had one thing to be Homes, Acrea<*. Rentals(
who tied for se- I just ate a cookies and they for an all-day trip to St. Petersburg completed at least one year said for a good education : it Mrs. Melba Keen, Associate

third place] honors in- are good. I hope you 'try them. and the Masonic Home. over age 35, 28 per cent had enable u.. to worry about Keystone Office 173-4818/

Brown Dot Fay, This recelpe makes at least 30 This last minute notice, anyone completed at least one year things all over the world." Homes 473-4710 473-4811: _

Greene Shirley nice size cookies. interested call Mr. Haliman, of college, 39 per cent had one -
BIrdwon, and Ruth Happy Easter, and I recall 473-4638, as there may be space or more dependents and 99
A cash prize was a- one happy Easter: I spent with!\ for a few more. The.bus will were male. RestaurantDINING

the winning profes Charlie and T/'d Johnswhen be at the Masonic Temple at Dixon said that this reportwas ROOM I
I'll find and certificates
gift I faugh" at' Clay HU1. It mu 5 8 a.m. Cost is $7 round trip. based on a three year period

to the ladles. have been 194(5.( Their! ml.lIf rl ending June, 1969. Dixon HI WAY 21 N.
of Green Cove was small and beautiful. I COMMUNITY! CHURCH commented that the G.!. Bill IN KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
won second place In loved her. Executive Board Meeting of education and training programas

slot. Ed Rodgers of God bless you everyone, the Community Church Women administered by the Vet-
When the problem : Heights, and Tony LOVE. LURA. will be held on March 23 atI erans Administration is a good
Jacksonville-Mayport I in Educational Build- investment in the of
p.m. economy
We offer & STEAKS
complete FRESH SEAFOOD
and for third place hon 1h Old 1nwt ing. our country. I

Savings .....
your needs. and Bubba.Wil I ji'( Ill''' I .IOMEMAJ RS CLUB TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY SPECIAL

the Pro-Pro Pot. Homemakers Club Leader *

and Billy Meyers Training meeting at the Extension Fried Chicken or all the 5 .50
Brasington and J
Office In Green Cove TUb Bureau of Labor Statis-
for second place Springs will be 10 tics that. of .
April 1, at says all Ameri Spaghetti you can eat -
Memb F.DJ.C a.m. The program will be ca's major cities, food is. the '
of the two-day Lad- "Sewing Tips and Techniques." most expensive in Washing Delicious Boiled Shrimp $2.50 lb. I
--
Tour Fri> which was held ton
-- asse -.. -. Announcement: The Clay D.C. Or maybe it just
and Wednesday of "Politicians are like old County Council of HomemakersClubs seems that way to the bread SPECIAL BUSINESS: MEN'S LUNCH DAILY
will be included In winners who
have scheduled the Spring work for the Bureau -
next week's column. clean trousers in hot; they water.only" come Tour of the Club for April 7 of Labor Statistics. HOURS : 6 A.M. 9 P.M. Daily -- Closed Sat.


MAR.,. 19! 1970 _. TELEGRAPH: PAGE 13

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Increase In Education And Income Fewer Deaths FHP Warns Drivers j..

During Pregnancy$ About Danger THE TELEGRAPH- STARKE 301 NURSERY


Expected To Show In New CensusAn For Year Hydroplaning Office' Snpplfart AT SOUTH CITY LIMITS. ON JLS. .301


Thirteen fewer Florida mo- Open 8 to 5 Mon., Tues., Thurs. Sat.

Increase In the grade level and is now expected to be about thers died as a direct resultof The Florida Highway Patrol 8 to 12 Wed. 1 to 5 Sun.
of education and a doubling of 24. during 1969 than warns that only a tenth of an

per capita income for residents The "natural" increase in in 1968 pregnancy according provisional ''Inch of water on the roadwaycan W & D TRACTOR SALES
tires to
of Bradford County are two of the local population, which refers statistics released by the cause hydroplaneand LIVING PLANTS
the trends expected to be reflected to the surplus of births State Department of Health. make a vehicle uncontrollable FOR LASTING PLEASUREON

In the 1970 Federal Cen- over deaths in the 10-year period There were 27 such deaths Box 75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alaehua 462.2628

is expected to be close to last year, as compared with TRACTORS
OLIVER
sus.Census forms will be distri- 6.5 per cent. 40 In 1968. "Hydroplaning occurs whena

buted here by mail on Saturday The grade level of educationin The resident maternal mortality vehicle's tires actually rideon 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
March 28, and should be com- the county Is expected to showa rate in 1960 was five the surface of water stand- tt lW DR. HUEY

pleted and mailed back by April substantial gain. The new deaths for each 10,000 live Ing on the highway. You don'thave Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland

1. Bradford is one of 27 Florida census figures will show, according births while In 1969 the nrn- to be going as fast as I Transplanters, Cole Planters ROOT STOCK
counties in which the new experimental to predictions that the visional rate dropped tQ 25. you might Imagine for tires to
John Blue Ezee Flow and Others.
mall-back the FHP report ,
mail-out In Bradford hydroplane
average person The rate for ttte white race
method of census-taking Is beIng County, who has completed his has varied little over the past said. Hydroplaning can occurat Combine and Hay Equipment AZALEA LINERS 20c ea. or 6 for $1
used. formal education and is now ten years showing a peak of speeds as low as 40 mph.

The new census will spotlightthe 25 or older will have had about 2.9 in 1964, and an alltimelow
many changes that have 10.2 years in school. The 1960 of 1.1 In 1967. The pro- "To guard against hydroplaning TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS *

taken place in Bradford Coun- census showed the median a- visional rate for last year make sure your tires have AZALEAS :

ty during the past decade. In mount of schooling at that time was 15. plenty of tread; keep them pro- Calvin C... Williams and Raymond Dyal GARDEN TiME
census and slow down in CAMELIAS
addition to the regular was 8.8 years. The rate for non-whites baa perly Inflated .
questions one out of every Local incomes have also beenon fallen 57 per cent, from 13.1 wet weather" the warning said. .
four families will be asked the rise in the past decade. for each 10,000 live births in PEAR TREES

for additional information on According to estimates made 1960, to a provisional rate of

average income rent paid, annually, the average income 5.6 in 1969. WE CAN .ASSIST'-YOU I I PLUM TREES -
of home means of heatIng I
value here after taxes is around The Division of Health has

modern appliances and $1,880 per capita as comparedwith five maternity and infant care N *
automobile ownership among only $994 In 1960. projects serving 17 countiesto N In Preparing Your FIG TREES

others. This information will Postmaster T.C. Hazen said find those mothers with com- J

be kept confidential by the U.S. that extra help will be requiredon plications during pregnancy and C o GRAPEVINES .

Census Bureau. all home delivery and rural reduce both maternal and Infant INCOME TAX RETURN "
The data when assembled, routes in order to distributethe death rates. A clinic is ORNAMENTALPLANTS i(
will present a detailed pictureof forms March 28 0M .'.'
census on held at the Health Departmentin '' ''V
jE '''''' --J' 'I
social and economic condi- to every known mailing addressin Starke each Monday, with REASONABLE RATES

tions locally and throughout the the county. registration starting at 1 p.m. I E

U.S. Those receiving forms are Phone or Collie In for an
In Bradford County on the asked to complete them as of
basis of preliminary estimatesand April 1 and mail back promptly. APPOINTMENTT CITRUS TREESON

projections a larger per- They will not be visited bya
centage of the population will census-taker unless they fail tain areas In an effort to cut TRIFOLIATE ROOT STOCK

be made up by the elderly to return the form, or fill down costs of censustaking.Total TOWN FINANCE CO. A
In the
and the young people than was it out incorrectly or incom- U.S. population A
It is 1960 census was 180 million.It COME OUT
in 1960. pre-
the
case pletely. STARKE FLORIDA
226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE ,
is projected that the 1970 I X
dicted that about 9.1 per cent The new mail-out mail-back X
of the population here is now system is being tried in cer- count will show an Increaseto Telephone 964-7449 AND LOOK

over 65, as compared with 8.4 205 million. Beautiful Yard AROUND
I --- -- .
per cent when the 1960 census I
was taken. Four Mile Oat
The increase in proportion of Ralford Road

persons under age 20 has been MODERN MASONRY HOME CARL BEGGS

even more pronounced in the Large Living Room
past decade, with a resulting Paneled Family Room Y Gulf Senrice

drop in the median age. In Many, Many Extra a Ir 'STR.' i 1 1 1 1 1 WED PAJHBTn
1960 the median 27.9years, Only $18,850 > FrleM f.r Wrckd' a-

BILL POWELL. BROKER 24 Hour Wrecker Serrto
.-
644404 984-8810
? c l C21: n Fuel Oil -

301DRIVEIN Used Cars -
SPINET PIANO lID WANTED' Laundry PUMPS I DID YOU KNOW it's easy' to Rwy. Ml N. Walte

We have located and Stored CLASSIFIED AD RATES workers Kitchen aids labor own a Longchamp Home? George E. LaRue': I 4M-1H8
._ NEW AND USED ... I
this piano. Responsible person ers. cottage parent, watchman Better built for r*>rMa living.

with good credit can take on Minimum Charge --. .1.75 cook and clerks ground- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Your planor ours INSURANCE AGENCYAuto I

small payment contract. Write (Covers IS words) keeper, truck driver. Five &: Shallow Wells Your lot or ours. Contact :Bu- Fire Homeowner WANTED LISTINGSOn

Show Begins At 7 P.M before we send truck JopUn day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners &:: Filters I ford Mitchell phone C64I85S LIFE A ACCIDENT Home and Acreage: Buyer
-.3.-:: Piano, Box 103, Panama City each: : word over IS-7e tate retirement, vacation, Expert: Service On ( P 0 Box 238 Starke I Wafting. -Strout Realty Reg.
nn:, SAT., SUN. Florida. 32041. Itp SOe Extra Charge If not sick leave.If Interested please All Makes I tier's' Keystone Heights 47S-46ftX : Ave.
Broker 211T N. Temple
MARCH 20, 21, 22 In Personnel
apply
In advance person I
paid
FOR SALE 10' X 45' 1959 2 Plnmblor Serrlee Ph. 964-6609 Starke Fla.

Double Feature bedroom trailer. Phone 964-7490. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Ins Manager Center Gainesville Sunland Train-lrla.An j I Phone 964.7061DURRANCE<< JIMMY MOORE'SSUN EZERASE TYPEWRITER
Paper Notebook Fillers. -
between 8 a.m. .and 4 p.m. PUMP
$1.50 Per Inch equal opportunity employer. -1
-; SPORTS I Bradford County T..I'"allll.
,./. Itchg Memorials Reaolutlon. I AND SUPPLY CO. II'' WATSON'SHouse

FOR RENT-2 bedroom house tfrhg MOORS BOAT FOR MEN WANTED Men cottage
Proclamations etc7c word
5 miles south of Starke on 301. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic I' YOUR MONEY pve"t'! awe over 'I. !It.ntn'l of Vacuum

h Phone!! 964-7490 between 8 a.m. CARDS OF THANKS Letters & Numbers for Interior INSURANCE! "iy $329 month promotion op- l I Many brands of new vacuum:
M4-S79I
and 4 p.m. Itchg I SO word. or less 3.00 and exterior use. All sizes, co- 'j AT'REDUCED RATES (Marke Ph. -o-t'intl! and'! regular IJI.n.ul's I $39.00: up. Used machines from
AUTO. FIRE. BOAT In 8 hour day. 51
Outboard & Stern pay
Complete make
lors. Bradford County Tele- tlO, Expert Repairs all
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex. Each word over SO-7c -
I
CONNER
DOYLE E. day week sick leave vftcitlon
graph tf| Drive Service ard Repair. Parts and Accessories for all
A-Dlet and remove excessfluid INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Fiberglass Repair.C t.t- retirement. If Interested Built Central

with FLUIDEX. Only 98c PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.501t.wke 1 tchr 1 u a t o m-built Fiberglass ,,1 n.w upplr In pennon Personnel vacuums.cleaning ystems.in 712 ya-N.
and $1.69 at Mitchell's Drug. *" : the I 1I I Msn"... Stinland Training Center. uum
out
--1- trt'--\t- ::.,.. .. drudgery Fishing Bate r. Main. Gainesville 376-7110
4tp 4-9 iller brownVolkswagen of naptr work.-Bradford Coun- I Onlrn-sYlHe.' .
tv Telegraph BAIRD I opportunity employer
tf An equal
HELP WANTED Male, experienced
20th'' Century' foe presents ...
I
100 RIFLESA Semi-truck driver. SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Mobile Homes Smith PlumbingAND :

MARVIN' SCHWARTZ Production Chauffer's license necessary. > oiled and adjusted in your TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
NEW and USED
Apply Mutual Lumber' Co., Inc. home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Kleetrle.: For ale or rent.
JIM RAQUEL 5 ml. south of Starke on 301. repairs also. All work guarante. 8.10.12' WideGalneftvllla I SAVE Bradford County TMe. "raph" Supply Company
Ph. 9647490. Itchg I
ed. Dennis .
BROWN WELCH E. Cogging, Phone
DRIVERS NEEDED New 4 Used R> 4311428. tfchqA. Good Quality WANTED: Used Wrtnlr-Wa
.
'.. lake In
.
Win cash or
t1'. PAT
BURT REYNOLDS Sale Contracting and repairs
Service Priced
Train NOW to drive semi Reasonably
J.
Thomas.
Registered Real .I' .r.J.a:Il trade on anything.: OAHMBR'aI647M1. Plumbing Fixtures .
!
local and road.
the
truck over Gainesville 378.2785 ,
FERNANDO LAMAS DAN HERLIHY HANSGUDEGAST Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing .
;,; U-dJ.
1 MI. North ?
of The Mall
You $4.00 / Water Heaters Pumps -
-rMRVINSCHWART2: :10M CRIES COLOR, can earn over per in appraisals for es- Serviced Guaranteed and "', AJ (\
'..-..GCLAP.-'ROMn RIUTAXIRTOM( AYCUW[ GRAS"tRlrvGOtQSaIR[ ,' Oi v -" hour after short training. For GAINESVILLEEARS tates corporate and individual Delivered In Slarke Area .!,r[ : WILL BUY: Used Appliance, Irrigation Iron Filters -
Interview and application call
IRI" 4.'JIII'1" : owners Thirty years experience: I NO EXTRA COST TSrrnlture. TV'i. Stereos. any- Water Softeners

904-388-4607, orWrite Safety: In Florida Land Matters. 205 N I US 441 N. 4391 NW 13th tMog' of Vllw DAHM'1R'! ,
-- PLUS Dept.. Nationwide Systems Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., Tel.'I ., :

""""""" ",....,.__ ..,._u...._...._ ... -..........,.-... Inc., c-o Mercury Motor Express 964-5701. tf Gainesville ITS-ITU I <: SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic PHONES:
Term. Bldg., 1716 McDuff .:- fl'L Permanent
Letters all sizes colors. 961.6023 964-5832
Burt Ave. N.. Jacksonville, Fla. 322- HAS FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Small I for use on wood glass, or
SERVICE appliances
Lancaster 03. 3tchg 4-2 beds elec. guitars amplifiers : plantlc. paner. metal leather (Please make a note of
EVERYTHINGSTARKE 108 E.
at Starke Hardware Co. I
refrigerators" : day or week. DA.
IWli..lAMq/LrXaOO.II FOR SALE-3 'bedroom 2 bath. HMER'S. 9647923. Call St. Phone 9645311. tfchg ANYTHING I Bradford County I I our numbers In your
Castle Keep CB house. Built-in kitchen tf-en M' Telegraph. If phone ..boo"Cabinet)

tIMKOtOX-' .C' spacious living room and dining FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse I
:I.N-reins-: > National
Sewing FOR RENT 12 wide S bedroom -
room combined. Large lot. : 3 bedroom. 1 bath central -
16000. Ph 964-7594. 4t 4-9 Phone 964-6848 Machine Co. 1 heAt & conditioning.. Cor- TIME d CASHPROFESSIONAL. trailer outside city limits. '
-T lot Phony !964-S3HT.' tfchg rfn J. B. White. 964W4. tfehg :I
FOR SALE 2 !bedroom blockhouse Lar 'est selections from whichto
FLORIDATHEATRE furnished .Carport. large ch
yard, call 964-6655 after 5 p.m. VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY New Home k Universal. withstand weather- 20e each PAINT AW' wa sell Starling Farms Sup- Making
i TIPS/ .
I
Westmoreland St. 4tp 4-9 MASTER Add Machines, with This Ad Worth S3.M On Any 2.25. doz. Special price on largr niv '>"* w. Andrew! St. tfcht:
this quantities. Bradford County Furniture MakingE.
Purchase
subtraction. SPECIAL. or Repair SUPPLIES
SUMMER HEAD START Telegraph'! tf
month only $69.95. Ideal for 611 W University Ave. 378-1W: Southern Marine SEVER
The CUBB Economic Agency office f rsm L.
home or light work. I
in Starke is now accepting applications tf i BUYING: SILVER COINS Moved To Gainesville) I3tp.
Bradford County Telegraph | tf.S. Hwy 301 La ley, Fla.
FKL, SAT.. MAR. 20, 21 for Project Directors NOW IN STOCKConstruction 1904 or older any condition. MARYCARTER New NameGainesville 3/2fil
Social :Service Directors. Teach Piper! All colTs In the rain-, Dolla's 2.00 up. Halves 60c. .
Double Feature Program Teacher Aides, Secretary- REMINGTON CASH REGIS- bow. Bradford County Tele- MarineLYNN
ers Quarters 3 m( .'? Dimes lie.:! Cur-
Bookkeeper Head Cooks TER: 2-total electric slightly granh tf r--t Mnrkt Price For rare
Lunch Room Workers, Bus used. Cost new, $420. Save $100. HAMILTON MGR.
RAQUEL WELCHHVFLAREUP" dates.: & older coins. We Buy
Drivers and Custodians for the Our sale price. $320.-Bradford FOR SALE68 Charorer R-T, Johrs Motors Cobra Bouts
< SMI. fr'Js coins. Bull'ngton
A-C. P-S factory. R d'o tap or PAINTS Eunice Nursery
County Telegraph. tf Marine'' Supplies
Start
1970 Summer Head programs Cons Stfl'he. FI'964.7271..
1 1 Eggplant & Pepper-
Tomato.
I romix) Fullv loiv'e$2.40900}
in Clay and Bradford:! 1030( E. University Ave.
< "1 MOST MEN Counties. All applications\ must FOR RENT- Furnished apart Can b! seen tt Jlmmv Moore' FOR SALE Geraniums' li Gainesville plants: Azaleas, ornamental.
-- .. ; WANT TO 'be submitted by April 1. 1970. ment. 4 rooms and bath utilities Gulf. flfi4-S7! Of 9114411110. tfchTTYPEWRITERS 'n bloom ho-se plants shrubbery BROWNLCE 102 EAST shrubs: Blueberries all container
I 2 mi. north of
LOVE HER... furnished. Couple only-No grown.
For additional information anda AZ31: 's. Camell'as lo'vI
STREETFILAMENT
4ONE MAN Pets. Call 964- 832. tfchg : Manual or I Lnwtey on Hi way 301, turn at
.
RaiI -
contact price. Fr-Rvaan; Nursery
Job application form ,
.WANTSTOKILLHERI Electric. For sale or rent. I sign Phone 782-3463.' tfchg
the Neighborhood Service Cen- Bradford County Tpll'rr"nh. I ford R4. Starke. 964-6227.
/A : ter in your area or 'write to 4tchg 3-26
THE KEY TO WANTED WANTEDCalves.. 1.4 months
'rI".IS6'1I"r CURB Post Office Box 970. IFOR SALE-2 city tots corner I.
FOR RENT 22 acres beef herd. Angus,
-Approx. commercial
-. r r"r ClOOtA/J1: '( Al stafll' Starke. Florida.! AN EQUAL o Gracious Living and Powell Sts. 110'x Strapping Tape
3 JAMES STACYMITHOCOLO OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. 110'. Ideal! for home or trail 1 for hay or pasture. Ready to / x CO yards $i.SO Single Hereford other good Block.

v ... 2tchg 3-26 TownHouse er. Tcrm. Phone 9114411110. tfchsr' I pasture,! now. Rye grass c'ov-' I loll. Bra 'frd County: Tele- Experienced Phone 964-6921. 4t 4-2

=$ a-e- APARTMENTS 1 I 1 er and Coastal Bermuda I graph. W
FOR RENT Furnished effl- FOR RENT: Unfurnished house' Phone 864-6114. tfchg FOR SALE Sears Mark VII

cency: apartment. Phone 533- .1 For RentDI' in country.. Also furnished BIC PENS. Ball Point Re. SECRETARYAND Camper Trailer Used on one
PLUS 2516 alter II p.m. It apartment In Rt'\rke.-W. H. I LOST-Silver grey' long ha'red' I tills Bradford County Tele 1 trip. $400.00. Phone 964-5240 or
t Furnished Apartment mV3 ctt. Whte: throat 3 white
Nnt1m ". Sift N. Cherry tfch I rraph. 1329 Beasent Road. 2tchg 3-19
"THEMAGNIFICENT FOR SALE Clean 1964 Ford raw!, one black paw. Call 964-
fordor Galaxle 500. Power Buford Mitchell '''NOTICE: Jessie J. Lee repre- I !R6Q7/ after 6 om. It I FOR SALE-Business and property

Steering power brakes. *lr- Phones -ent'nlf The Sinner Co.. w'll be located next ioor::: to GENERAL
EXPERT CARPET Installa t
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conditioning $600. Phone 964- 964.6853 984- 780 'i this wren every! Wedne dav. i Holiday Inn. 'i block from I
7" lion Call 964-7889 6
after
5390. Itp ilpi. 'ReM Irs tt Service. Phone p.m. r-sw" County: Court Hluse. Call WANTED
-" tfcha I OFFICE
:37fl-547. AVer 6pm. call 473- I 964-7004 or contact Morgan rut
The West's Most FOR RENT-Small 2 bedroom 'A71. :I-q
.t.hor and Barber Shop.
Wanted\ Men! unfurnished house convenient FOR SALE 39 acres house I FOR SALE 2 saddle horses,i I Beauty" : 4tchg 4-2 WORK

loca .on. 243 N. Bay' St. Itchg and barn. Located on State IS $?.fO HOITRLY WORTHA 'n"dles. br'dKt! a"eti.: Gentle. I

SUN., MON., TUES Road 235. Will consider lease.. 5p POSTC4RD TO YOU? I Phone T64-6970 alter 5 p.m. FOR RENT 2 bedroom apart- Established Ranchor

MARCH 22. 23 21 FOUND-Part Collie dog. Owner Call 771-2917, Jacksonville Eiy to earn $13 to $'5 daily.DtstrlMite 3tchg 3-19 I, msr.t furn:. ied. No small chil- APPLY IN PERSON
. -- may have by Identifying 4tp 3-26 fnmom WATKINS
I dren or pets. Inquire 507 Center Farm
.' and paying for ad. 473-4435.: Itp PRODrrCTS t" o tablUhed customers FOR SALE-1969 350 cc Mojave I St. Mrs. Oolile::: Martin Mitchell
;. in Starke. Full part Motorcycle 2.000 ac'ual miles Mrs.
FOR SALE- 2 bedroom living OP I 2tchg 3-19
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H Large Masonry Homeon room kitchen, tiled bath. time. Writ.. WATKINS Dept. 375.00 or bet offer. 9647056.Itp Pre
SR-18-A Klng"l y Lake Hardwood'' floors, porch and M.S.. M-3. Box 2447 Memphis! WIMBERLY'S Railroad:: Sal- Plan fed Pasture
2 Swimming Pool carport 4400. 964-7582. Term. 3810 lip vage, Groseries. Fabrics, fer Large Acreage.

....... ,., Extra Large Lot 3tp 3-26 HORSES Bought, sold, boarded Clothing Shoes Furniture. HOLIDAYINN
FAY>:'S F.'uUC F-rv onal- trained convenient Icea-
oa"nrt"THE Tool. Plenty Bargains! 7434
Must Sell For Health Reasons I WRITE "S"DRAWER
BILL, POWELL BROKER ltv dr-M. .}r"""". ,iohol"eprmafer" f on. exoerteme! and! reasonable Blardlnj Blvd.:! Jacksonville.tfchg.
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MUST SELL-Dinette set and "Al!. Wotinn ch'n'lV bed nice rff"red. Tri S Ranch 964-
964464 964-4810 30 Inch gas stove, will sell for (I'T'lreqdq. Mn*, ..t' t".. Also rwc- 6742. chg I A
4 CHnlamnn'f $80 cash and take up paymentsat Tdr ml'l *nrrt -*... q"nTc'merl. FOR SALE 841 FORD Gas

1' IN.Rwa.Y.el. MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. $15.39 a month will. also ,.n<1 Maif". Chare 0-l'n FULL thus employment, creed I Trac'or with' laader. Power STARKE. FLA.
: : Duplicating machine and throw in used living room suite. fnnfov/ ift7TII... Ih""u" sala-y, nfd cut door(: work. 'Bill 'eering! and new brakes. Very

rapplles. Bradford County Call after 6:30: p.m. at 96+7337, Snt C-7- S'lndA" 14. HwY. :00' Sherwood. Rt.| 2 BJX '72K. Call good condition $1200. Phone
Tekgr p) lor Information. It I 1H ml. north of Waldo. tkh 964-6742. Itchg 378-2548. Gainesville tfchg I ,


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