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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 28, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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i ;reen eyes is how Miss America
\If 1970 is described in a pub- '
.\ "i: licity kit which precedes her thousand visitors ;

.,. public appearances. ri 'are expected next Wednesday I

Clerk's' 4 Bradford residents can see for April 1. for the* .

'. Ii themselves next Wednesday, Ap- opening of the 20t* annual -
Ir'I ril 1, when Pamela Anne Eldred, .
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Fair and
21, of Birmingham, Michigan Bradford Countv
I visits the 20th annual Bradford Strawberry Festival.; ,
OfficeEnding County Fair and Strawberry Fes-
L I- tival. 1l A ribbon cutting ceremony at
10 a.m., with 1969 Bradford County -
Miss America Is scheduled to
the suspense of sever Queen Linda Thomas of Jacksonville -
arrive at the Bradford Fair-
?! potential candidates, Mrs. w weildlng the scissors,
Virginia F, Darby announced today grounds at 1:30: p.m. Wednesday. will officially open the 1970 Fair.

(Thursday, March 26) that Between 40 and 50 thousand are

she will not seek the county; I v v '., expected to visit the Bradford
clerk's office of her late hus \ 1"t ; SR225To Fairgrounds during the four day

band, Charles Darby. t run of the April 1-4 event, according -
The announcement ends specu- to estimates by Fair of-
lation by at least half a dozen ." ficials.
hopefuls and sets the stage for s .4 4 BeRebuilt W Ti Gates will open at 9 a.m. Wed-

what Is expected to be a full ] twf t tfe't a'. __ nesday and at noon on Thursday

scale political battle for the of- Pamela Ann Eldred Friday,and Saturday.Paving
to eliminate muddy conditions:
fice.The
post is now held by Republican which prevailed lastyear Is under
She will be Introduced Com-
Inman Green, appointed \ J by way and should be completed this
missioner of
by Gov. Claude Kirk to serve SR-225 from Lawtey east to Conner and will Agriculture Doyle in week, according to Frank Williams ,
participate
one year until the next general .. SR-16 at Kingsley Lake will be the annual Rural-Urban Day Pro- ) president of the Fair As-
election. That election is set sociation.
this September. rte' t r4i '' rebuilt to primary specificationsby gram approximately one hour. The area in front of the main
", ,'.; the State Department of Trans- Miss America will also
In a letter to the people of appearat fair building will be paved aa
portation.
Bradford County," Mrs. Darby ,."".. That's the one bright spot In night the from Fairgrounds 7-9 p.m. Wednesday well as a road around to the I
stated today: "I would like to livestock arena and another a-.
the county's secondary road pic- It will be the
second
straight
take this opportunity to express The Commission round to the entrance: of theicounty I
ture. County
1 year Miss America has visited ,
my sincere appreciation and gratitude civil: defense building. ,
"" learned at a DOT road hearing the Bradford County Fair. She
for the concern and Interest Opening day next Wednesday!
March 13 in Lake City that Brad- Is sponsored by Baldwin Chev-
that you have shown me j ford will have no secondary pav- rolet-Oldsmobile of Starke. will be highlighted by two big|
in encouraging and even per- ing funds lbr-TO '"** two' yean. events: The annual RUral-Urbani)
suading me to run for the officeof Reason is that an $85,000 judge- Miss Eldred is also describedas Day program sponsored by they
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof ment has been won against the having a flair for dancing. Rotary Club which will Include;,

Bradford County, and to those ,. DOT by Florida Power &. Light Miss America has, in fact, beena a free chicken dinner at noon
fine people who have even of. ..- .... after lengthy litigation againstthe student of dance since the age to every person's having paid
fered contributions for my cam- DOT for that of 6. She has been a dancer with admission.
paign, I want to say thank you Eight of the 11 entrants for the Strawberry Queen Ricks, Elaine Lovorn, and Patsey Holmes Not shown had to be moved power In poles the four- the Detroit City Ballet since Second big event will be the

from the bottom of my heart. beauty title ate : (front, I-r) JoAnn Salter, Linda Doss, are Cynthia Fitzpatrick, Shelia Henley and. Mary. lining of US-301 north of Starke. the age of 13 and has been the appearance of Miss America of
Your kindnesses have been over- lead dancer. She has taken piano 1970 on the opening day. Pamela
Olive Ann IJuhy. In back: : Mary Ann Barton, Pam Carolyn Sheering.: The state'Informed the coun- J
whelming. ty commission March 13 that the lessons for seven years. Ann Eldred, 21-year-old beauty
"After much thought, prayer $85,000 must be paid and until Miss America was homecom- from Birmingham, Mich will
and trying to weigh all aspects that time the will haveno appear at 1:30 p.m. Wednesdayfor
of this tremendous decision, I secondary road county funds. (Oontinued on Pace (Flour) an hour and will be intro-
TitleSelection
feel that I cannot and will not 11 Seek Berry Queen The DOT listed SR-225 In Its. duced by Commissioner of Agriculture -

run for this office. The respon- proposed five-year road program Doyle Conner. Miss
sibility of the office and the to be paved in the 1970- BerriesTo America will also be at the

strain of a political campaign. Bradford Clay, and Union 71 fiscal which next fair two hours Wednesday night
of one of 11 local talent, and poise year by the Starke Junior Woman year begins
on me emotionally is much more Donna Gruen Is counties to encourage local girlsto July. from 7-9 p.m.
young ladies as Bradford County 1969 Strawberry Queen, Linda Club. Mrs.
than I can undergo. Strawberry Queen on Friday, Thomas of Jacksonville, will be in charge of the pageant. enter. Mrs. Gruen Is encour- The Bradford County portionof Conner, a Bradford County native -
"I will not openly support or the participation. She that from US-301 in HitMarkel will be guest of honor for ;
April 3, will highlight the 20th on hand to crown the winner. Assistance will be available to aged by paving
campaign for any candidate that annual Bradford County Fair and contestants in preparing for the says the II entrants are "really Lawtey a distance of 2.4 milesto the 20th strawberry festival.Sev-
runs, but I will cast my vote Strawberry festival.Contestants ) Clyde Terwillegar, owner of competition. Eloise Loudon o- cute." the Clay County line, is estimated eral other state level politicians:
and hope and pray that the best Terwlllegar Ford Motors of lerator of Loudon's Beauty Shop, First strawberry queen, back by the DOT to cost and office holders are also ex-
qualified man will win. for the seventh annual Starke, will act as master of /mill assist with !hair styling and in 1964, was Linda Huggins of 5285,000. The road will have pected to be present but will
"I feel that I am well qualified berry queen title are: ceremonies for the contest. Programs make-up. Mrs. Ann Hamilton will Starke. In 1965 the queen was curb, gutter, and sidewalks not be part cf the program

for my work as Deputy; Clerk Mary Ann Barton, Keystone have been printed cour- assist with dressing arrange- Jane Adams, Starke; 1966-Tonda through east Lawtey. Wednesday night attraction
and with the experience that I l Heights, sponsored by Plaza Bar- test of Clay Electric Cooperative ments. Dixon, Starke; 1967-Veda Fish, SR-225 east from the Clay If fair, warm weather holds "will Include the Judging of all

have I would like to continue to ber Shop. Keystone Heights. This, the seventh annual straw- Yfacclenny; 1968- Joann Scott, County line to SR-16, a distanceof Bradford's annual crop straw- animals In the annual Livestock
serve the people as one of the Olive Ann Duby Starke, spon- The beauty pageant is spon- berry queen contest, has been Kingsley Lake,,and 1969Linda 3.3. miles, Is estimated to berries are expected to hit the Show and a bigger and better
deputies in the Clerk's office. sored by Mitchell's Drug Store. sored for the second straightA limited to entrants from Baker, Thomas, Jacksonville. cost $370,000. market full force beginning this midway. According to President

(Continued on Page Four) -- weekend, according to talk by Williams, several new rides have
Theressa Clem, Starke, spon- growers and shippers at the Far- been added by the Pete Briggs i
sored by Southern Discount Co. .ner's Market here this week.
Fun Zones
which
an organization

Jv Linda Doss, Glen St. Mary, Preliminary Plans Asked One shipper and glower, has a three-year contract for tlte
sponsored by the Baker County Morris Carter, says the price midway at the Bradford Fair!

GToumQVjcrFREE / Development Commission. will also be good if quality of Williams says exlilbits: of livestock

Cynthia Fitzpatrick, Orange the berries Improves as he expects and other agricultural and!
park Cedar 1I11ls-TwIn Hills Baton It to. Mexican berries are home products and crafts are
Club beginning to fade and a big rain expected to be bigger this year.'

For School Addition In Plant City killed the quality Thursday evening, April 2, a
Mor-
gans Sheila Beauty K. Henly Shop., Starke, High ket there for, Bradford he said, opening berries.a mar- will locally be presented sponsored under talent direct-show


Patsey Holmes, Lake Butler, Good quality berries shoulu Ion of Richard Jockel.
sponsored by C.A. Roberts. go ahead, has ben given: addition to the architect's preliminary -under Supt. Casey. The vnnram. bring $3.25 to $3.50 per Hat
cifW Architect Don Morgan to pre- plane Teachers will. xtvxA's: share of race track< A second: pha.e of th<> ''hIih at the Bradford market next week, Friday is "Strawberry Day"with
Elaine Lororn, Keystone pare preliminary plans for a 'have a say In the! plans fort tax "'unda' were pledged to he predicted. the holding of the annual i
Heights, Leila's Dress Shop. (Continued on Pace: Strawberry Queen Beauty Pageant

12-15 classroom addition: to ( addition. Casey said l. Another fInance a multlmilllon! : building PtauOlt'rg Easter berries-always leave

Pam Kicks, Starke, Morgan's Bradford High School at a pro- point t the miDerintendent growers guessing, however. The Junior sponsored Woman's Club by the under Starke direction -

Barber Shop. pcsei 1 cost of $180,000. mentioned Is making certain late berries this year may not of Mrs. Donna Green

JoAnn Salter, Hampton, The proposed ounstruction the new school will' have! &n see the yield they would haveif Eleven young ladies from Baker,
Chicken Dinner Stump's Dept Store. will be the flrst stage of 9plnn adequate amount of rest rooms. the fruit had ripened around Bradford, Clay and Union counties -
to rsplacs!! and:! enlargethe mid-March as it usually does,
Mary Carolyn Sheering,Starke, First proposed to the School will compete for the straw
With Each i aid Kentucky Fried Chicken. ervtre: high school com at sits March 3 meeting, 'the they say. Opinions, however,dif berry title currently held by-
')lex. That process will come fer as to the affect of the late Miss Linda Thomas Jackaon-
of
Fair Admission Contest activities will begin at idea: to !begin!! work .on a new
5:30: p.m. Friday, April 3, witha 'n a series cf building programs high school grew!' steadily ine season. yule
Trucks with few flats each
12 NoonWednesday dinner at the Holiday Inn. over the next 15-20 series! Apr. 1 The dinner, In honor of the con- years as money becomes available high, school is the final phase ? r ps1'r continued to straggle in at the Western Day with the annual
Over
Supt Tcm Casey says. market Tuesday. Mondayand Horse Show and Frolics set in
testants, will be to the cf rnaster- of school construction i'I'I'
open !
a pan fi
Bradford
County Tuesday total of 450 flats
a
First phase of the construe- .,.,7.'" 1iJ the afternoon under sponsorshipof
public. 'b? sold the auction
through
FairgroundsRuraJ.Urban The contest will take place at lion, 12-15 classrooms, '\\"111ffuwe j were the Bradford Roping Club.
8 at the_ Jud- students: from the upstairs ,, with prices ranging from $2.80 Trophies plus ribbons will be
p.m. Fairgrounds. to 310.
Day of the preset 'C' Building Dr. Ritch Offieft awarded winners.
ging will on the basis of beauty, Carter said most of the berries -
Sponsored By d the high school. Supt. To Be Reopened he has been loading are Saturday evening, to close out

Starke Rotary Club Sunrise ServiceAt Cavy !raid th3 admlnistrativsetaff going to local markets, such as. the fair, a statewide audition of
will also talk with teachers
With Hours DailyDr. Jacksonville and Savannah. He talent search for country wes-
about decentraliz'ng the sent one truck load to New York tern and gospel music entertainers
EASTER EGG 7 A.M. In library I if the teachers wish. T. O. Rltch announcesthe last week. will be conducted by "Coun
The a:!:d.tlon; will be built adjacent re-openlni of his tf.'lce on Carter also said he picked try Bill" Davis of St. Simons

HUNTHOLIDAY First MethodistThe Bu-'ldinj' to the and south In front wing of of'B'Bullc..L'1g 'CO March 30, 'With the full Urns 1,300 Hats on his patch last Island, Georgia.The .

association of Dr. Zane A. Thursday. 1970 Fair will also feature -
INN and will face Temple
Brown anl Dr. Paul E. Syd-(! Pickings now are still :: free acts on the midway
annual Easter Sunrise .
.
(In Court Yard) Avenue.To 'ILr" ; scattered, however. As a result
Service, sponsored by the finance! the first high' lowsid. .. local residents can buy home- each day.Friday.
)
1) A.M. Sat. of
Dr. Brown, A graduate Is also chlldrens day.
Starke M.nisterlal; Alliance, school construction! th/s School: grown Easter strawberries on
will be held. at 7 a.m. Sunday, Beard plans to U'e $90,000 of Temple University! Medical the road County schools will be closed
Ages .7 as attemptto
School, Philadelphia !>G., too growers for a teacher's planning day which
March 29, In the First United capital outlay and fet service get better prices by sellingby
at the .' will allow all school childrento
Bring: YourCHILDREN Methodist Church! of S arke fund! "iwh'ch will" be available post graduate tra'ning the pint to motorists.
Lake attend the Fair during free
: Salt
Hcsptal.
The Easter Message will be by July 1. About! $70.000 cf such University ,
City, Utah and is now a resident admission hours from noon until
brought by Rev. Denton Sums
funds is ftvailabb row, Casey r "
IT'S FREE of Orange Park. 7 Bake Sale Set 6 p.m.
rail, pastor cf the Madison says ... iti'9"'
Street Biptlst Church Music The remaining $30000will be Dr Sydlo-wikl graduatedfrom < 1 For Science FairOn Fair memberships entitling
Courtoy of will be provided by the choirof borrowed to be repaid over a George Town University bearer to admission all four days

) the First Baptist! Church. five-year perlrd. Casey says School of Med'eire! completedhis < Saturday, March 28, on 3t the fair are on sale at the

will be hell: on Good Friday, borrow up to 25; pr cent of the University Medical Center, between 9:30: am. and, 12:30: through next Tuesday, March 31,
from 12 noon to 1 p.m In Methodist lt< annual revenue. The money: and Is now resldlnz: in Jack p.m, the wlnrers of the Regional at $2 per membership.

t tc1lran \ Fellowship Hall Lunch. will! be, borrowed locally, he sonville.] limited to This was the only truck unloading strawberries Science Fair will have a Parents and children are re-
eon -will; be served, free of The office will be bake
sale.
so.vs. the at; the Farmer's Market about 11 a.m. Tuesday. minded that amusement ride tic-
Account Now Inured! charge to all who attend. The Teicheri and the BH3 administratve General: Pract'ce!! during; All proceeds will be to help kets will continue to be on sale
up to 120.000 by speaker will be Father. Edward : staff hay alga\: beenin"ructed hours of 5 p.m.ti1! 9 p.m Monday Only 450 flat wenjt through the market Monday; send the R'*'onal Science FllrwlnneT's through March 31 at Chamber

Federal eeptt.nu Klrby, of St Edwards; Catho to berth work on through Friday, and from and Tuesday, but the yield is expected to begin to the State Science office. The tickets will be honoredall
Corporation lic: Church educational apec'flMtlonj! tn 9 a.m. to 4 p.m on Saturdays< peeking this weekend barring bad weather. Fair In Penaacola. four days of the Fair.





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i Of Interest To. Two couples tied forflrstplace place : Jud Clements and
at the Duplicate Bridge Club Curtis Sanders.
Quarterly Tournament held 3rd place: Mrs. Marie Dent
\ Tuesday night In the Pratt Street and Mrs D.E. Ilardin.
i > WOMEN Recreation Center with five tales -
L. : .J ) In play. The weekly games are played
: every Tuesday night, startingat
@ 1st place: Mr. and Mrs. John 7:45 p.m. in the Pratt Street
: c. .................. dy.IMootv'Pbon.9 ,... ....__. Mussollne and Tom Prescott and Recreation Center, and Is opento

G.G. Wrenshall. the public.
Garden Club'Sees I 'r' Stephens Home --------11I
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r1 Novelty Scene of CookoutMr. r--------------- II.

ArrangementsMembers I
.and Mr*. Freddie Stephens ':
antertalned at a steak cook-out
of the Starke Oar- j
? Saturday, March 21,at their home !
den Club and t"eir v'slton en- !
on Road 16.Outoftown.
Joyed a program .on. button arrangements guests were Mr. i AQUARIUM' SET ,I
: Monday afternoon ; and Mrs. Gordon Seley of Kissi-
In the agriculture building, 1 ,tr Mr. I I
mmee, and Mrs. Jimmy
". "" given by Mrs. Richard Land of I 4 McCaw, Mrs. Earl McCarty, I
J : Duncllon. v t Miss Ann McCarty, Gary Mc- I I
: Mrs. Land, a master flower Carty, all.of Tupelo Miss.; Mr. I
';I ." show judge end past president and Mrs. Leslie Thomas, Live ., I
r of the New York State garden' t Oak Mr and Mrs. Edwin Star- I Id
... clubs, presented. eltd>M of miniature I'' aft'' ling, Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.
I II
-.. dried flower arrangements .Ralph Starling of Kingsley Lake, Black Mollies
made on a button with and their families.Correction.
figurines as small as one Inch. '
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Mrs. Land teaches the handicapped !. 5 for $1.00 $12. 99
this art, as( well as lecturing I i
n to groups over the state. In its March 26 edition, The
After the program, a covered Telegraph Incorrectly Identified -
dish supper was served, followed Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thomas Honored the parents of MIss Mary f VISIT OUR PET CENTER I
:1 iby the business meeting. On Golden Wedding AnniversaryMrs. Ann Barton, !of Keystone
: Heights in an item Identifying,: I Complete Selection Tropical Fish and Plants I
: Miss Barton -aa a contestantfor
Freddie Stephens a cake, balanced by an I
:Easter Egg HuntThe gave arrangement
the WHITE
1970 PIGS
Queen GUINEA
surprise 50th wedding anniversary of yellow roses. Presidingat Strawberry. .! I HAMSTERS -
party Friday March 20, the punch bowl was the Thoman's title. MICK PARAKEETS:: I
Sunday school children of Her p'\rents re Mr. and:Mtw.Claude I
at her home on Road 16 honor- daughter, Mrs. Gordon!
date!. Level Baptst! Church will .
Barton/Lilly Lake, not
ing her grandparents, Mr. and Seley of Klsslmmce.
have an Easter egg hunt on Mrs Nick Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas exchanged 'as reported, Mr. and Mrs. Clln-' STARRED BFf4CENTEB !
the church grounds 'Friday: Centering the refreshment table wedding rings duringthe ton Barton of Silver Lake. is._
afternoon o'clock..
from 3 to 5 rouirr n
was a white tiered wedding reception. Beautiful Eastsr Lilies atRosin's nvtiiits I ail out ruuKTHotJULADIES
Thirty guests called during the atsussSNASar' musts erszpU
.... Monument and Nun- huiP
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_e Dell Moredock Becomes Bride SMART FASHIONS FOR EASTER &

.ohm Adam In Coconut Grove ChurcH .

Olive Dell Msreflock. of Mr. And! Mrs. James Arthur ,"
er of Mrs James Arthur Ryder In Coral Gables. ,
|and: Howe Edwarii Mor The bride, a great-niece of "c',' r
r. :of Coral Gables, and Mrs.. Joseph Wilson of Starke,
dward Adams, an of la: a graduate of Coral Gable. ,
bd Mrs. Henry! Herljnj High, School and Marjorle: Webster Jtr
of Starke were united Junior College, Washing
[i-lage Saturday, March ton. D. C. This summer sh$ t 5t

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gational Church, Coco- of Georgia, where; she la n
ove. Dr. David Davis ,& member of PI Be.ta Phi sor-
ned ''th3 rrjptlals. ority. EJie Is a former memberof )
t>rids was given> In mary Twenty Little Working Girls, Sale !I
her brother, H:'Wo and of The Junior Assembly: of
Moredock III. She was Miami Sho made her debut
In a formal ,gown of with the Debutante Cotillion. Is t
silk peau <:e sole, featur- a member Spinsters: and a
off-shoulder neckline Provisional>! fne nber'o.t the Junior LADIES SCREEN PRINTSHELLS
ng sleeves. The full skirt League of Miami..
Idles were beaded: 'With The groom is a graduate:: oj
Paris. Her long full floor Bradford High School attendedthe
(veil of silk illusion fell University ci Florida and 0
s
camelot cap lavishly graduate from the University
She carried: a cascadet of Georgia, where he.was a : Q .1 \
of Euchars! liter member of Sigma No. fratern # s \\
otis and lilles-of-the- Ity. He 'also did graduate work :
:
at 'the University of..Lrkan.s ,$..Ar ,i,
ding the bride were At present,>e Is associated t '. .aO1YS 1 11NHOSE PCd Our $ "
|ack Provost of Orlando, with Citizens and! Southern, t ,
Bank In vthens.. They will re Reg.
of honor; Mrs. John "
1 of Starke, sister of the side in Athens. \ M n' \
bridesmatron; and the Among those from Starjce 'attending
Kay Chandler and Ann the wedding and recep- $250
|rd of Coral Gables, Annn lion were Mrs. J. E. Wilson, vktd (
of Miami: Dea Morehe Dr. oand'MrS.. P.O. Felos Dr. d \
,bride's sister, ande and Mrs. A. J, Barry Miss r w e Large selection of overall print shellsin
Simpson of Athens Della Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. different patterns and newest fash-
Clyde Terwlllegar end daughter ion colors. 100% washable nylon

ore floor length gowns Anne, Mr. and' Mrs. Vernon boucle.Jewel neckline, & zipper back.
ampagne and walnut SUcox, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Small-Medium-Large
crepe' and carried oasQtiquets Sawyer, Mrs. Jewell' Noegel. ..
of red and sal- Mr. and Mrs. Steve SimmonsJr. 1
olorcd geraniums. ., Mrs Dan Pater and Mri.
dams served his son as Gene Long r

man. Ushers were Toms Spring ,
Larry Noegel and ,', <_ "f'S
Watson of Starke: Rex UDCToMeet Spring PANTY
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''of Jacksonville: chard DRESSYBLOUSE
Craft, Atlanta Ga.: W. T, Week chapter, UDC.
an Sharpe Ryder, MI- will meet Wednesday:! April 1. This white polyester party dress was one of the
ohn Schwent, Iowa City, At 3:30: p.m. at. the homo: of sharpest outfits in the annual Spring Fashion Show r '
1 Harold Seymour Titus- Mrs. George Roberts Br. sponsored Friday night by the Starke Junior Women. 78

Robert Pate Turner Jr., From Leila's the dress is modeled by Donna Gruen.A I
allville, Ga.; 'and Harry Easter laces & trills on
Ga. Executive BoardThe polyester blends. Long & $
Brunswick
Orlando spring theme was carrie arrangements of wistaria, dog- knit with IVcra 3/4 sleeves in many different 299
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en BUtch Jr, of out in the decorations for the wood and azaleas. The dining Fine SeamlesS plain tat qualitY styles. Washable.
ride's! cousin, was ring- executive !board of the Junior Woman's Club spaghetti tables, set up in a clover leaf waist band &nude heel. & Suntan. White & Colors. Sizes 32
Miss Leslie Rove also Junior Woman's Club will meet to 38.OTHERS AT.83.99
t. :sinner, fashion: show and bingo pattern, were centered with can- Brevoni brand-
Ide's cousin, was flower Monday at 8 p.m. at the hams game held in the club house last dles encircled with ivy small-AV9-tall. \ .
of Mrs. Paul Klsh on Raiford! Friday night. A white platform centered the -
ceptIon 'Was held follow- Road. The auditorium was trans- room with two crossed spotlights .- -
e ceremony at the home formed Into a spring garden with centered on the models as they' r
appeared. Fashions were shown f"
by Leila's, Carp's, Eagle De- LADIES NEW SPRING"CRINKLES" '

Make It A Family Affair Dine Out dels Vane's from, and each Stumps.store Five modeled mo- : 1 LADIES NYLON S 1 11!

four or five outfits each. GLOVES....:........

and Following fashion the show spaghetti, bingo supper was GIRLS COTTON & Red. Navy & Black Crinkle Patent $ 7 99 .
played Joe Gissy was the call- 3 9 C in newest spring stylos. Soft linIng
er, and cakes made by the club RAYON PANTIES.. & walking heel. 51S-9.
members were given to bingo

winners. The final game was ........
played for a
popcorn popper donated -
I
by Western Auto.Preferential GIRLS PRE-EASTER I i


i II i ::00 A.M. TO 2:00: P.M Tea ..c

Given by BSP DRESS r,r )

At Bishop HomeBeta ate;'


Buffet. sl 50 4lgma Phi sorority held SALOur
their Deferential tea on Sunday, \ ,
Marc! :15, at the home of Mrs.
h .A. Bishop Jr. on E.Call Street. 4 1et'
Mrs. Freddie Stephens pre-
sided at the punch bowl. Mrs. $ t ''
CHICKEN AND HAM Charles Darby and Mrs. W.II. Reg. 3 i
Johns assisted in serving. 4
Members and invited guests $3.99 it
called between the hours of J
TWO VEGETABLES and 4 o'clock Our
$ n"a
The regular meeting was held ,
at the home of Mrs. Townsend Reg. 5 ; BOYS NEWFASTBACKS BOYS
Strickland, Monday, March 23. $5.99 4Z x _, NO-IRON
CHOICE OF i 10 SALADS
The group came in casual dress SPORT
and enjoyed! a weiner roast. A r SHIRTS
Founder's Day program was presented Our
by the president, Mrs. Reg. 3$1
Freddie Stephens. $6 $399
$6.99 &
The following slate of officersfor

QixQcA %W 1970-71 were elected: pres-: $7.99 for
dent, Mrs. J.M. !Norman; ; vice-
president, Mrs. Phillip Clark Darling Easter Dresses in many Solids, plaids & stripes In
recording: secretary, Mrs. T.R. styles & fabrics. Parma press In newest spring colors. Fastback Short sleeve sport shirts In many
solids& prints.Some duster seta. styling in penna press collar models. Plaids.
Tyre corresponding secretary, Sizes 3-6X&7-14. t polyester & cotton.6-18. Regular stripes in fashion colors. piTnv,
Mrs Grady Overstreet; trea- & Slim. press poly/cotton Sizes <8-18.
surer, Mrs. Sidney Jackson extension -
STARKE. FLORIDA ; I .
Dyal. officer, Mrs Jimmy ONLY FIRST QUALITY. AT CARPS!

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I Easter Program .. ..

.lI Planned) At T /
Top Qua/ilg p QuailgIi.III
Foster Memorial
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............. ...........: The well-known Beloit W.r1. .
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Boy Choir will Join with ministers

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shlmer AIC Frank Hardy, who was homeon Mr. and Mrs. M.M. McRae and iroiVctans\ from the i
of St. Augustine and Mr. and a week's leave from Syra- visited her parents Mr. and Hamilton and Columbia! County; 1967 VALIANTLight
Mrs. Keith Shiner of Cleveland. cuse, N.Y., left Wednesday for Mrs. A.W. Rummell, in Valrlco areas In the annual Easter Sun 1964 PONTIACCatalina
Ohio were Sunday guests of Mr. his new assignment in Washington over the weekend. rise Service:. at Stephen: Foster Gold Sharpe, Air Conditioning -
and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith. D.C. Memorial near Whffie:! Springs, ,. 2 Door Sedan, Standard 225 Cu. In., 6 Cyl. !Vdtquefllte'

Local admittances to Bradford Sunday, March 29. Transmission, V-8, Car Looks and Transmission, New Tir 0, Radio.
Lynwood Walters of the South- I.L. and Carol Balkcom of Miami County Hospital this week In- The wW1* !IK InvMM to par Drives Good. Good Second Car.

eastern Baptist Seminary, Wake are guests of Mr. and Mrs. clude: Mrs. Carrie Edwards, tlclpate. and gates to( the Foster'! $429 $1390
Forest, N.C. is home from Wed- Charles Hardy and family. Norman Dowdy, George Lovell Park: on the Suwar nee River

nesday to Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Bum Jones, Mrs. Ethel will open at 5 a.m.well !before
Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. Kate Falrcloth, Mrs. Clara Carter, aunrlse. 1965 CHEVROLET
Jewell Noegel and Thomas Sheppard Were visiting In Winter Mrs. Sally Underwood, Mrs. Ce- '", The 97-bell Foster carillon 1968 CHEVROLET

A. Crawford spent the week Haven, returning Wednesday. lia Judd, Leland Turnbull and i :,.,:': 'will be heard' In.... recital Impala Door Hard-Top, Local
Transmission
i':1; Ton Pick :3 J
Yi Up Speed. -
end with Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Joseph Kaye, of Starke; Mrs.Judy S ? : starting at 5:30: am. and the Car, V-8, Automatic Transmission -

Martin in Pompano Beach and Beautiful Easier Lilies at Cunningham, Keystone Lake City :brass quartet will 6 Cylinder Heater, Good Radio, Heater, Power Steer-
attended the Moredock-Adams Mrs. Gloria Gllsson Tires, Short Step Side Body,
Rosier' Monument and Nurse Heights; play at 5:50.: A carillon recitalof ing, Turquoise, Clean.
wedding in Coconut Grove
on Hampton;; Mrs. Katherine Mc- Easter selections will can- Ready To Go To Work. j
Saturday night. Roberts, Waldo; and Mrs. Bar- $995
ery.Misses elude the program and: visitors! $1595
Linda Lamons and Peg- bara Harris, Raiford.
Mrs. Gene Long and Mrs. Dan 'will ,be *erv iJ( coffee> and i
gy O'Grady of New York
were doughnuts at th Memorial refreshment
M. Pater Jr. of Keystone Heights first of the week guests of Miss F.V. Herlong and Mr and Mrs. Mrs. *
Sapp ElectedTo center .by courtesy( 1963 DART CT
spent the weekend in Coral Gables -
Diane Edwards. All three are W.H. Stelnmeyer of Jacksonvillewere 1965 CORVAIR
and attended the Moredock- students at Florida Atlantic Uni- visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Head G'ville of the Whit Springs Chamber 2 Door Hard-Top,' Bucket Seats,
Adams wedding Saturday nightin of Commerce.The 500, 2 Door Coupe, 6 Cylinder, 3
versity. Herlong on Sunday 225 Cu. In.. 6 Cylinder Power
Coconut Grove. Chapter of ABWAMrs. annual' Easter service Speed, Floor Mounted Transmission
Steeering, Torquefllte Transmission -
Mrs. Ruby Johns Is In Alachua Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Monti- :has :become a memorable eventat Radio, Heater, If. You're
Pete of Gainesville the \State Florida music Baby Blue, Sporty, Economi
Beautiful Easier Lilies at General Hospital with pneumonia. cello spent the weekend with her Sapp, for
you'lllove
Hosier's Monument and mother, Mrs. F.F. Stump.Mr. has been elected president of the shrine on the Suwamnee River looking an average car cal.
Nurs- Mr. and Mrs.Henry Godwin and Gainesville Charter Chapter of and visitors come from, hundreds this one. $595

ery.Mr. daughter, Barbara, were In and Mrs. Curtis Sanders American Business Women's As- : of miles .to attend. ThereIs $295

and Mrs. Charles Francisand Hlnesviile, Ga. over the weekend Sr. of Spartanburg. S.C. will be social ton. no charge for entering the
children are visiting his visiting Mr. and Mrs.W.E.John- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sapp is associated with park and a cordial Invitation,
mother, Mrs. Ernest Francis, Sanders Jr.Beautiful. her husband in the operation of Js issued to the public. 1963 CHEVROLET

in Woodbury, Term from Sundayto son.Mr. Sapp's Tree Surgeons,In Gainesville 1967 MALIBU Bel-Air, 4 Door Sedan. 6 Cylinder,

Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs. W.T. Graham and Caster Lilies atROller' Mr. Sapp is a native of 2 Door Hadr:-Top, Bucket Seats, 4 Good Old Will Sold
Pretty Be
Mr. and Bradford County, the son of Mr Car.
Mrs. Dennis
Williams
.
Monument and Nurs
Mr and Mrs. Dave Paulk and In-The-Floor, 396 V-8, Gold with
E.A. of New As Is' CASH
and family of Largo spent the and Mrs. Sapp River. ,
Ella Moody returned Sun weekend at their camp in the ery. The ABWA has 850 chapters in Mr. and Mrs. Billy Noegel were Matching Interior.
$185
at Okeechobee the first
day from six months visit with Scrub. the U.S. with over 50,000 mem- fishing $1695
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Fink In New Mr. and Mrs. Howe McCormick bers. of the week.

Orleans. Mrs. Moody had as a Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomaswere of Jacksonville were Sun-

Monday visitor, Mrs. Pearl Col- on a business trip to Clio, day visitors of Mrs. R.A. New- of Mr.Eagle and Lake Mrs.are H.C.visiting Wimberly Mrs. Mrs. W.W. Hood was guest of 1964 BUICK WILDCAT

son of Green Cove Springs. Ala. and Fort Valley, Ga. over som. Nelson Green and family this Mrs. Evelyn McMahon In Charlotte 1967 BUICK Convertible, Baby Blue, Power

the weekend.Mr. N.C. last week., Electra 225 t Door Sedan. Fac-
week. Steering; and Brakes, Bucket
from Mr and Mrs. C.A. Pratt of :
the Sixty-five Pine Level young Baptist people Church and Mrs. Orie Wiggins Oklawaha celebrated the!.- 50th Mr and Mrs. George Huggins tory Air Conditioning, Power Seats, Factory Air Conditioning:,
Mrs. P.T. Nolin and Mrs. B.C.
-.nd daughter, Susan, attended the wedding anniversary on Sunday and Mrs. De- Steerinsr, Power Brakes Good
enjoyed a skating party at Lake Dansby visited Busch Gardensin were visiting Mr Top 6 Mos. Old, Drives Like A
Butler last Thursday night. La- wedding of Bryant Loyed and with an open house given byO.'sir Tampa on Monday. Wayne McRae in Jacksonvilleand : Tires, Solid White, Clean, Drives Dream, Nice.
ter In the evening they returnedto Ann Spears in Lake City Sat- children and families, Mr. aid )Jr, and Mrs. Tommy Hug- Real Good Try It.

the home of Mr. and Mrs. urday afternoon, where Susan and Mrs. L.L. Fullwood and Mr. Mrs. Ed Lawson is a pattern gins in Orange Heights on Sun- $1995 $870
attendant. Patrolman
was an and Mrs. A.A. Pratt of Starke.
Vernie Thornton for a party cel- day.
in St.: Vincent's Hospital.Mr. .
ebrating Rev. Don Honaker's Mrs. B.H. Spears and family and Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Cole of

birthday, and Mr. and Mrs. Hon were former residents of Starke. St. Petersburg. About 100 friends and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Among the students from 1963 DODGEDart

aker's 15th wedding anniversary.David Silcox called during the afternoon. were In Savannah, Ga, over the college, home on spring break 1968 CHEVROLETImpala
and Mrs Vernon
Mr. are: Diane Edwards, Florida Atlantic 4 Door Sedan, Doesn't Look
f Starke and Mr. and Mrs. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. 2 Door Hard-Top 2S3 Cu.
> Mr. and Mrs.J.H. Dupre visit- B. Walker. University; Byron Terwil- Too Good But Mechanically sound,
McKnight, Hugh Ste- Leslie Biggs of Orlando spent ed Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Mcintyre legar, College of Charleston; In., V-8. Power Steering, Auto- 6 Cylinder, Good Tires, Drives
phens, Buzzy Costello, Stanley the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. **tss Evelvn Sinclair. MercrUnrverslw Solid Turquoise
and family in Jacksonville and matic Transmission, -
Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Sr.
Glade Good.
Gay and Freddie Graudon are J.R. Chasteen in Belle MlssooyceuvuuiarK.
attended the Moredock- Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Ricks visited Rev. ; with Matching: Interior.
on a cruise to the Bahama Islands ind all Li>range uiiege; sieve Denmark $328
and Mrs. W.E. Bowers In Branford
\dams in Coconut Grovt
this week. wedding $1795
and Wayne Blankenship,
Mrs. Wilbur Waters spent the last Tuesday.
Saturday night. weekend with Mr. Waters In Pen- University of Georgia; Harry

sacola where he Is stationed Airman and Mrs. Robert E. Hatcher, North Georgia College; 1968 CHEVROLETCustom
at Corrie Field. Case and son of Sherman, Tex- Misses Jane Crosby, Ginger 1967 CHEVROLET
SELF EVALUATION AND Baldwin, Jayne Hardy and Mel-
Hard-Top
as are visiting her parents, Mr. Coupe! 2 Door ,
ody Cuttino, Tin College; Gary Impala 6 Passenger Station Wag. V-8 .
OCCUPATIONAL STUDYA and Mrs. Merrill Struth, for Factory Air Conditioning, ,
Mrs. Annie Dempsey of Clear- two weeks. Hamilton, Hope HOlliday, Beverly on, V-S, Radio, Heater Solid Balance of Factory Warranty
McRae, Mary Bolllnger, Har-
water was visiting Mr. and Mrs. White Automatic Transmission'
new course will be offered at the vocational C.L. Cooper last week. The AIC Steve Edwards of Offutt old Bowen. Patsy Hitchcock, Diane Power, Steering, Nice, Take A Power Steering and Brakes. Solid
Coopers also had as Saturday AdMnson, Bobby and Bar- White, Blue Interior. Extra; Clean.
school in SeK Evaluation and Occupational AFB, Omaha, Neb. Is home on '
bara 'Sue Barksdale and Bonnie Trip in this one. ;
visitor, Mrs. Hardy Dean of
36 leave.
days $2295
Study. The course outline Includes a series of Chiefland. Graudon, FSU. $1795

tests to determine what jobs training
help a person Mrs. Gladys Weldon will have
programs, or college curriculum he might be Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith of her children home for the Eas. Mrs. Martha Moore was the

best suited for, as well as a study of these Williston were visiting Mr. and ter weekend: Mr and Mrs. S.A. guest of Mrs. George Schoene 1965 GTO F

various occupations and training opportunities. Mrs. Marc Jackson over the Weldon, Macclenny.Mr.and Mrs. in Orange Park Friday night. 1962 CHEVROLET ? Door Nard-Top. V-8. Radio,

weekend.Tla Charles Patrick, West Florida, 2 Door. Super Sports Coupe.
Transmission
Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Shealy of Heater. New 3 J Rneod
If a person i is considering a change of jobs, a Mr. and Mrs.W.A.Weldon,Bush- Atlanta Bucket Seats, New Paint V-S -
last
Tuesday to out
were Floor Mounted\ ). Drives
nell, and Mr. and Mrs. J.R. ( "
of Mr.
new training program completing. high school, Thornton, daughter Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Automatic Transmission Mounted\
and Mrs. Vernie Thornton cele- Weldon Jacksonville, and their irood. Beisre with Fawn Interior.
or entering; college, this course could provide a families H.C. Ritch. on Console, Power Steering, Nice.
brated her 13th birthday on Fridaythe Bucket Seats.
hi.ic foundation on which to make future plans. $795
13th with a slumber party
Mrs. Ethel Simmons and Mrs. $995
Rev. E.F. Montgomery Sr. and
The court will meet Monday and Wednesday for six girl friends. sister, Mrs. George Oldham of Evelyn Davis of Fort Lauder-

.'\cnintrs from 7 to 10 p.m., for 10 weeks. The Doug Seymour of Tampa was Lake City, were Tuesday supper dale were Saturday to Wednes-
first Hns<- will meet Monday March 30. Please home for the weekend. guests of Mr. and Mrs. David day guests of Mrs. Bertha 1966 BUICK
Pearce.
contact Hc t! vocational center for any additional Montgomery. Electra 225. 4 Door Sedan. Electric 1959 BUICK

inform.ttion.I'hone: !9rt4-fil50.( Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Brinsonand Mr and Mrs J.W. Mathewsof Windows, Power Steering #
Roy Turner of Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison 2 Door Hard-Ton. V-8. Automatic
Clinton, Tenn. were visiting Good All Over. Factory
and twin of Lees- Brakes
visitors of Mrs. daughters Transmission'
Ga. were Sunday Nice Old Body _
Reddish and burg spent the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tully Norman and Air Conditioning; V-8, of course.If .
.. .. ....... ........... Betty family. and Mrs. Henry Morrison.Jim Mr and Mrs. Leory Normanthe You Like A Soft Ride, Try this Tired Old Motor\ -' Your ForOnly.
past two weeks. .
: : Misses Jane Crosby, Ginger Shaw of Putnam, Conn. one.
NOTICE Baldwin, Jayne Hardy and Melody Is a guest this week of Mr. Mrs. Lyle Buck and childrenof $1695 $39.95
Cuttlno were home on spring and Mrs. R.M. McRaeanddaughter Palatfca were visiting Mrs.
o break from Tift College from H.M. Rlcharde on Saturday.
Due to the rapidly increasing costs of proe Thursday to Monday. Beverly.

duction. The Telegraph finds it necessary to institute Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe

a nominal charge for the use of photograph Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen and Beautiful Easter Lilies atBoater's and family of Sanford spent the

; for announcements and engagements on family, and their houseguest, Monument and Nurs weekend with their parents, Mr.
Mrs. Reva Whiffen of San An- ery. and Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs.
our oociety pa<;rs. The following rates will apply, .
gelo, Texas, visited the St. Aug- Eollne Smith.
Q et frth e April 1 : ustine Art Exhibit on Sunday. Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs.

Thelma Dean of Fairfield were Mr. and Mrs. William Which-

: ONE.: COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM- Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Johnstonand Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ello of Gullver,Mich were guests

AIRLY PRE) FOR ENGAGEMENT: AN- son, Jere, of Miami, Mr. J.G. Caldwell. last week of Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
and Mrs. Bob Starkey of Tampa, Firth. They all spent the weekend
NOl'Nl'KME.NTS: : ) $3.00
and Lt. and Mrs. Robert Bushof Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs.David in Homasassa.
Montgomery, Mrs. C.T. Mc-
\ TWO\ ( COLUMN{ PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM- Jacksonville were guests dur-
Manus Mrs. Davis and
E.M.
ing the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch were
AIRLY USED FOR WEDDINGS) $5.00 Mrs. T.L. attended the
James Barron and Mr and Mrs. Casey In Gastonia, N.C. over the week-
R.V. Turner. annual meeting of the Womenof end to attend the funeral of Mr.
the Church Suwannee Presby- Ritch's brother, Floyd Ritch.
We n ill continue to make no charge for en-
tery at the First Presbyterian Mrs. Hitch's mother, Mrs.Daisy
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper
announcements
Kaytment ffr wedding write-ups
:: Church in Gainesville
Thursday.
visited Mr. and Mrs. James Perryman, spent the weekendIn
here no photographs, are required. Cooper in Chiefland on Sunday Macclenny with her grand-
The u.se of color photographs is discouraged as Jimmy Dowling of Washington, children, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
D.C. spent several days recently
the- do not reproduce as well as black and white. Lt. Col. and Mrs. V.J. Speng- with his mother, Mrs.W.E.Dowl- Johns.

Plea
possible. (. R.L.. Spengler In St., Augustine: and Mrs. Robert Barks Elsie children Wood of of Palatka Douglasvllle and ,Mrs.Ga. DusterSALESMEN i

In order to handle wedding' articles efficiently on Sunday dale and Mr and Mrs.Sid Shuford will be Friday guests of Mr.

The Telegraph! requests] ", that all information be Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. and and Augustine families from are Tuesday camping to at Fri St. and Mrs. L.D. Vining.

submitted! no later than noon Monday following mother, Mrs. Hattie Bracewellof day.

'ht ccldinir., Accounts of weddings occuring Gainesville, attended the fun-
eral of Mrs. Bracewell's bro- SERVICE SCHEDULE;
Mr. and Mrs.Roger Guls singer
more than two weeks before date of publication
ther, Thadius Moore, in Dublin, and family of Baton Rouge, La. CATHOLIC CHUKCHES
cannot be used.! Printed wedding information Ga. Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
forms may he obtained at The Telegraph office are spending Thursday to Sunday ST. EDWARD'S. Stafke:
with her mother, Mrs. W.B. Sunday M.... 8 andMonday
for your comenience. Your cooperation will be Sewell. am.
R.W. Underill 1:15:
and Mrs. a.m.
appreciated. and family of Indlatlanttc will M_. ':30 a.m.
Mrs. Ralph Diggs Jim Lawson Walter Alvarez Eaton Jordan
spend the weekend with her parents spent Sundayto Wednesday Mais, 7 p.m. -- : -
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon- Tuesday driving her father, Saturday MM Mid No.
The Bradford County Telegraph crief. Mrs. Underill and children Gordon Sullins, back to his homein v..a. 7 p.m. Don Williams

...................... will remain for the week. Hickory Ridge, Ark. after he Manager -
spent the winter in Brooksvllle. ST. WILLIAM'S. K'ltoa HU :

Sunday Man, f a.m.

Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Reddishand Wednesday: Norena. 7 p.m.

I WE CAN ASSIST YOU :i iN son, Mike, visited Mr. and ST. MARY'S Macclenny: : :
Mrs. Glen Reddish in Lullng, Starke
Sunday MM, 11:30: a...
I" Preparing Your N La. the past week. I

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warner ,
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and of Waycross, Ga. arc I
o oM son
INCOME TAX RETURN visiting her mother, Mrs. J.S. THE BRADFORD

Sapp, this week. COUNTY TELEGRAPH I ChryslerPlymouth

REASONABLE RATES 1\1 Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Publuhd: every Thursdayat

E 'E called their daughter, Mrs. Joe 134 W. call Street I
Phone or Costre" in for an Neal Belche, in Reflavik, Iceland Stark. Florida 32091 U. S. 301 North Phone 964-6600

Sunday night. Mrs. Belch Second clan postage paid
FLORIDA
STARKE.
APPOINTMENT will undergo surgery Thursday.Her .
at Stark. J-lorld
T T husband Chief Belche, is
stationed at the U.S. Naval Basein S.k erlp.4.. Rates:

A TOWN FINANCE CO. A Ref lavik. In trade area: $$CO per
Try Our Service...
year; tt.73 au month fllRSIER
X 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE FLORIDA X Miss Judy Whitehead of St.Vincent's ,. Outside trade area: $380 Then Yot l'll Know What Service Is! _
School of Nursing was
Telephone 964-7449 per year; $3.00 nix month I
home for the weekend. ,


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1ix ................................................................-= d Duplicate Bridge Winners Told2nd


To i 1 Two couples tied for flrstplaceat place : Jud Clements and
.1. the Duplicate Bridge Club Curtis Sanders.
Quarterly Tournament Street 3rd place: Mrs. Marie Dent
7 Tuesday night In the Pratt and Mrs. D.E. HardIn.
i WOMEN i Recreation Center with five tales -
.
> In play The weekly games are played
every Tuesday night, startingat
Iaz; '. l 1st place: Mr. and Mrs. John 7:45: p.m. in the Pratt Street
.....................GIady.IMooty'Phme_8".16\J11f\ ( .................. Mussollne and Tom Prescott and Recreation Center, and Is opento
-- the public.
Wrensliall.
G.G.
H ." ...
Garden Club r"-.. : Stephens Home ---1-__o--sens.la

Sees' Novelty y- t w Scene of CookoutMr. r--------- :

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ArrangementsMembers and Mrg. Freddie Stephens
entertained at a steak cook-out
riS of the Starke Oar Saturday. March 21,at their homeon i
den' Club and t",eir v'sltor enjoyed Road 16.Outoftown, !
i
a program 00111I button arw guests were Mr. I... AQUARIUM SET \
ranarcments' Monday afternoonIn J St and Mrs. Gordon Seley of Kissi-
'the agriculture building, mmee, Mr. and Mrs Jimmy I I
given by Mrs. Richard land of S 1s r McCai,,, Mrs. Earl McCarty
'.'. ', Duncllon.Mrs. Miss Ann McCarty; Gary Mc- I I
4' .r.\\', Land a master flower Carty all ,of Tupelo Miss.; Mr. I
show Judge and past presidentof and Mrs. Leslie Thomas, Live 1 I
the New York State garden Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Star- I
ling, Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. IJ .
: .Jt k clubs presented: elides ctf) miniature ;
-
-- -. dried flower arrangements Ralph Starling of KIngsley Lake, Black Mollies I
,;' :- .: { made on a ;button with i "h ,and their families.Correction. I
!figurines as small as .one Inch. ,r '
Mrs. Land teaches the handicapped ',;,,. LI : 5 for $1.00 $12. 99 i

this 'art, as well as Ifrc- In its March 26 edition The
twin!g to groups over the state. 'Telegraph incorrectly Identified II

dish After supper the program was served! a covered!, followed Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thomas Honored the ,parents of Miss Mary I VISIT OUR PET CENTER I
Ann Barton !of Keystone
toy/ the business meeting. On Golden Wedding Anniversary I
Heights in an item, identifying I Complete Selection Tropical Fish and Plants
Miss Barton .as a contestantfor
:Easter Egg HuntThe Mrs Freddie Stephens gave a cake, balanced by an arrangement the 1970 Strawberry Queen I HAMSTERS GUINEA PIGS WHITEMICE II
surprise 50th wedding anniversary of yellow roses. Presidingat '
party Friday, March 20, the punch bowl was the Thoman's title.Her I PARAKEETS
Sunday school children of parents are Mr. and Mrs:
:
Road 16 honor- daughter, Mrs. Gordon
her home on
at
toe! Level Bapt'st! Church will Claude Barton/. Lilly Lake not
Mr. and Seley of Kisslmmee.
her grandparents.
ing STARKE/
have an Easter egg! hunt on Mrs. Nick Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas exchanged as reported. Mr. and Mrs.: Clineton : p py4cENThfl !
'", .. ;the church grounds! FrtJay: Centering the refreshment fable wedding rings during Barton of Silver Lake. -
"tr! afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. was a white tiered weddingSpring the reception. Beautiful Easter Lilies atHosier's I IM fAIRS must ft
Thirty guests called during the m-niujma..O!cOW ss.aw$t" J
S .,, ., ... ...... _- appointed hours. Monument .and Nursesty. UoewstlwOO0SMART --

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FASHIONS FOR EASTER &
Olive Dell Moredock Becomes Bride .
I .
'
,Of John Adams,In Coconut Grove ChurcK : "

Miss: Olive Dell MrcecJock.!> of Mr. and Mrs James Arthur
daughter of ![Mrs James Arthur Ryder;! in Coral Gables. '\'
( ;
Of \ <, ; .
Ryder and Howe Edwara More dock:: Jr. of Coral Gables, and Mrs. Joseph Wilson of Starke. '; 'i'i' ;." ., .ft' I I I'
John Edward Adams sn of Is a graduate of Coral O'ablejHigh \ ,: \ :' .t"AiI. \ )'
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Herlnsr School and: :Marjorle Webster Jlii; :,. ; ..y"
Adams of Starke were unitedin' \ Junior College Washing-
marriage Saturday. March ton D. C. This summer she. ( {
21, at 8.30: p.m. In Plymouth will graduate from the University !,l at
Congregational Church Coconut of Georgia, where she Is
; Grove. Dr. David Davis a member. of PI Beta, Phi sor
performed, 'the JvjpUals. ority. Efle is a former memberof ) a
The bride was given: In mar Twenty Little Working:: Girls, Sale !
riage by her ,brother Hswo and of The Junior Assembly of
Edward Moredock, III. She was Miami. She made her debut f
attired In a formal gown of with the Debutante Cotillion, Is
White silk p.gaue sole featuring a member .of Spinsters, and a
LADIES SCREEN PRINTSHELLS
an off-shoulder neckline Provisional! member'ol the Jun
and lang sleeves. The full skirt ior League of Miami..
and: .bodies: were beaded:! ''With The groom Is a gradual-'' I
seed pearls. Her long full floor Bradford High School attendedthe : dtti
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length veil of silk Illusion fell -University of) Florida and 0 s"jl
from a camelot cap lavishly graduated! from the University: : ,IIII /
beaded. She carried a cascade of Georgia where he waa a 1 {i F S e>LR .
!bouquet of Euchars: lilies: member of Sigma. Nu fratern ,
ephanotls;( and lilies-of-the-\ Ity. He 'also did graduate. ''WOrk ; 3 r .I I
//alley at 'the University of-Arkans..., ;v I W K Our $n ? "
Attending; the bride were At present.be Is associated \ d''ti
4!\irs. Jack Provost of Orlando, with Citizens and! Southern ,, 1 Reg.
matron of honor; Mrs. John Bank In Athens. They 'will reside ., .
Watson of Starke. sister of the in Athens. \
groom,, brldesmatron; and the .Among those from Stance' attending $250
Misses Kay Chandler .and Ann the wedding and reception
Crawford of Coral Gables Ann were Mrs. J. E. Wilson, ." l aLADIES
Coleman of Miami! Dea More Dr. ..and'MrS.. P.'O. Felos. Dr. Large selection of overall print shellsIn
dock, the ,bride's sister and and Mrs. A. J, Barry, Miss r i i0.0S' different patterns and newest fash-
Christine Simpson, of Athens, Della Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. ion colors. 100% washable nylon
Oa Clyde Terwlllegar and daughter boucle. Jewel neckline & zipper back.
All wore floor length gowns Anne, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon r Small-Medium-Large. "
'of champagne and walnut Sllcox. Mr and Mrs. Charles ...
'11"111crep" and carried cas- Sawyer. 'MM. Jewell Noegel.!
'ade banquets of red andi salmon Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons!
colored geraniums.Dr Jr., Mrs. Dan Pater and Mrs.
Adams served his son as Gene Long.
nest man. Ushers were Tom .
/Andrews\' : Larry Noegel and HOSE
.J/hn i : Watson of Starks: Rex UDCToMeet: Spring PANTY DRESSYBLOUSE
Drown> of Jacksonville: Richard
Donald Craft Atlanta. Ga.: W. T. Weeks chapter, UDC of the
dress was one
Jonathan Sharpe Ryder, Ml- 'Will meet Wednesday:! April I, This white polyester party S -
,ml; John Schwcnt Iowa City at 3:30 p.m. at the home of sharpest outfits in the annual Spring Fashion. Show "
Xi.; Harold Seymour Titus- Mrs. George Roberts 1Sr, sponsored Friday night by the Starke Junior Women. 78

vine, Robert Pate Turner Jr., From Lelia's the dress is modeled by Donna Gruen.A
Easier laces & frills on
Marshallvllle. Ga.: and Harry polyester blends Long & $ eta
Wooley Brunswick Ga. Executive BoardThe spring theme was carrieuout arrangements of wistaria, dogwood plain knit with lyCry 3/4 sleeves In many different 299
Gordon Blitch Jr. of Orlando, in the decorations for the and azaleas. The dining Fine Seamless 1st styles. Washable
the bride's cousin, was ring- executive !board of the Junior Woman's Club spaghetti tables, set up in a clover leaf waist band &nudge & Suntan. to White 38.OTHERS& Colors.AT.Sizes S3.99 32
bearer. Miss Leslie Rowe, also Junior Woman's Club will meet :dinner, fashion show and bingo pattern, were centered with can- Brevoni .
the bride's cousin. was flower Monday at 8 p.m. at the hrtnw game held in the club house last dles encircled with ivy. Small Avg.Tall.
Klrl. of Mrs. Paul Klsh on Raiford Friday night. A white platform centered the
A reception 'Was held following Road. The auditorium was trans- room with two crossed spotlightS
the ceremony at the home"! formed into a spring garden with centered on the models as they' %

-....... appeared. Fashions were shown
by Leila's. Carp's, Eagle De- LADIES NEW SPRING"CRINKLES

Make It A Family Affair Dine Out Vane's dels from, and each Stumps.store Five modeled mo- : LADIES NYLON S 1U- JJ

four or five outfits each. GLOVES....;........

and Following fashion the show spaghetti, bingo supper was GIRLS COTTON & Red Navy & Black Crinkle Patent $ 799 .
played. Joe Cissy was the call- 39 C in newest spring styles. Soft lining
RAYON PANTIES .
& walking heel. 5M9.BOYS
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er, and cakes made by the club
members were given to bingo
winners. The final game was
played for a popcorn popper donated I
by Western Auto.Preferential GIRLS PRE-EASTER I


J 11:00 J : A.M. TO 2:00: P.M Tea ./IA, 1

Given by BSP DRESS -r,

At Bishop HomeBeta


Buffet. $ } 50 Sigma Phi sorority held SAL. ,
their preferential tea on Sunday, j 1
March! ::5, at the home of Mrs. I ,1/I
H.A. Bishop Jr. on E.Call Street.
Mrs. Freddie Stephens
pre-
sided at the punch bowl Mrs. Our $ ft M
Charles Darby and Mrs. W.H. Reg. 3 !!
CHICKEN AND MAMTWO Johns assisted in serving. 4

Members and invited guests $3.99 ..._+ < r
called between the hours of J
VEGETABLES and 4 o'clock. Our $ 1
The regular meeting was held
at the home of Mrs. Townsend Reg 5 '" .. NEWFASTBACKS BOYS NO-IRON
Strickland Monday, March 23. $5.99 ar
CHOICE OF J 10 SALADS The group came in casual dress SPORT SHIRTS .
and enjoyed a weiner roast. A
Our

Founder's sented by Day the program president was Mrs.pre- Reg. 3 $

Freddie Stephens. $6.99 & $6 : $399 5
The following slate of officersfor
VUft 1970-71 were elected: pres- $7.99 for
\pQiAcM dent, Mrs. J.M.! !Norman; ; vice- S Solids plaids & stripes In
president, Mrs. Phillip Clark; Darling Easter Dresses In many newest spring colors. Fastback Short .sleeve sport shirts In many
& fabrics.
styles Parma In
recording secretary, !Mrs T.R. solids& prints.Some duster press sets. I styling In perms passpolyester collar models. Plaids. Solids ft
In
stripes fashion
colors.
Tyre; corresponding secretary, Sizes 3-6X8. 714. I !, Slim.& cotton.-18. Regular press. poly/cotton. Sizes Perma 6-1tt.
Mrs. Grady Overstreet; treasurer -
!Mrs. Sidney Jackson
; extension
STARKE. FLORIDA Dyal. officer, Mrs. Jimmy : ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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Boy Choir will join with ministers <,
Mr. and Mrs Leon Shlmer A1C Frank Hardy, who was homeon Mr. and Mrs. M.M. McRae 1? and wu'\'ctans from the .... 7/
of St. Augustine and Mr. and a week's leave from Syra- visited her parents, Mr. and Ij' Hamilton and Columb'a Count'" j

Mrs. Keith Shimer of Cleveland. cuse, N.Y., left Wednesday forMs Mrs. A.W. Rummell, In Val rico w > areas In the annual Easter Sunrise 1964 PONTIACCatalina 1967 VALIANTLight

Ohio were Sunday guests of Mr. new assignment In Washington over the weekend. Service at Stephen: Foster Gold Sharpe, Air .Conditioning

and Mrs. Foster Shin Smith. D.C. :Memorial near White:! Springs, ,. 2 Door Sedan, Standard 225 Cu., In., 6 Cyl. Vorqueflite \J
'" Local admittances to Bradford Sunday, March 29. Transmission, V-8, Car Looks and
Lynwood Walters of the South- I.L. and Carol Balkcom of MIami .. Transmission, New Tires, Radio.
.
County; Hospital this week Include The oitfblto\ 1 to Invited to participate Drives Good. Good Second Car.
eastern Baptist Seminary, Wake are guests of Mr. and Mrs. : Mrs. Carrie Edwards, and gates to the Foster $1390
Forest N.C. Is home from Wed- Charles Hardy and family. $429
Norman Dowdy, George Lovell, Park: on ,the Suwannee River
nesday to Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Buna Jones Mrs. Ethel will open at 5 a.m.well before
Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. Kate Faircloth, Mrs. Clara Carter,
sunrise.
Jewell Noegel and Thomas Sheppard Were visiting in Winter Mrs. Sally Underwood Mrs. Ce- 1965 CHEVROLET :
The 97-beU Foster carillon 1968 CHEVROLET
A. Haven
Crawford spent the week- returning Wednesday.
lla Judd Leland Turnbull and Impala 4 Door Local
will be Hard-Top
heard recital ,
in
end with a
Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Yt Ton Pick Up 3 Speed. Transmission

of Starke Mrs.
Joseph Kaye
Martin In Pompano Beach ; starting at 5:30: ajn. and the Car, V-8, Automatic Transmission -
attended the Moredock-Adams and Beautiful Easter.: Lilies at Judy Cunningham, Keystone Lake City brass quartet will 6 Cylinder, Heater, Good Radio, Heater, Power Steer-

wedding In Coconut Grove on Rosier' Monument and Nun Heights; Mrs. Gloria Chases, : play at 5:50.: A carillon recitalof Tires, Short Step Side Body, Ing, Turquoise, Clean. "
Saturday night. el")'. Hampton;; Mrs. Katherine Mc- w Easter selections( will conclude Ready To Go To Work.
Roberts, Waldo; and Mrs. Bar- the $995 J
and visitors
Misses Linda Lamons and Peg bara Harris, Raiford. program $1595
Mrs. Gene Long and Mrs. Dan 'Will ,be served! coffee> and
gy O'Grady of New York
M. Pater Jr. of Keystone Heights first of the week guests of Miss were F.V. Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. doughnuts at th, Memorial refreshment -
Mrs.
Sapp ElectedTo '
spent the weekend In Coral Gables Diane center by courtesyof 1963 DART GT
Edwards. All three are W.H. Steinmeyer of Jacksonvillewere
and attended the Moredock- 1965 CORVAIR
students at Florida Atlantic Uni visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Head G'ville the White Springs Chamberof
Adams 2 Door Hard-Top,' Bucket Seats,
wedding Saturday night Commerce.The .
versity. 500 2 Door 6 Cylinder 3
; Herlong on Sunday. Coupe,
in Coconut Grove. Chapter of ABWAMrs. annual' Easter service! 225 Cu. In., 6 Cylinder, Power
Speed' Floor Mounted Transmission
Mrs. has :become a memorable\ eventat Steeering, Torqueflite Transmis-
Ruby Johns Is In Alachua Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Monti- Radio Heater If You'relooking
Beantlfnl Easter: Lilies at General Hospital with pneumonia.Mr. cello spent the weekend with her Pete Sapp, Gainesville, the !State Florida irruslo. sion, Baby Blue, Sporty, Economical.
Roster's Monument and Nurs mother, Mrs. F.F. Stump. has been elected president of the shrine on the Suwannee River for an average car you'lllove .
ery. and Mrs.Henry Godwin and Gainesville Charter Chapter of and visitors come from, hundreds this one.
daughter Barbara, were In Mr. and Mrs. Curtis SandersSr. American Business Women's As- : of miles ,to attend. There $295 $595
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Hinesville, Ga. over the weekend of Spartanburg S.C. will be sociaiton. is no charge< for entering the
and children are visiting his visiting Mr. and Mrs.WE.John. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sapp is associated with park and a cordial !Invitationis

mother, Mrs. Ernest Francis, Sanders Jr.Beautiful. her husband in the operation of issued to the public. 1963 CHEVROLETBelAir
in Woodbury, Term from Sundayto son.Mr. Sapp's Tree Surgeons Gainesville 1967 MALIBU
Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs. W.T. Graham and Easter Lilies at Mr. Sapp Is a native of 2 Door 4 Door Sedan. 6 Cylinder,
Hadr-Top Bucket
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams Roster's Monument and Nurs Bradford County the son of Mr. : Seats, 4 Pretty Good Old Car Will Be Sold
ind family of Largo spent the and Mrs. E.A. Sapp of New River. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and In-The-Floor 396 V-8, Gold with As Is CASH
ery. ,
Ella Moody returned Sun Mr. and Mrs. l
Hilly Noegel were
weekend at their camp In the The ABWA has 850 chapters in Matching Interior.
day from six months visit with Scrub. the U.S. with over 50,000 mem- fishing at Okeechobee the first $185
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Fink In New Mr. and Mrs. Howe McCor- _bers. of the week. $1695
Orleans. Mrs. Moody had as a Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas mick of Jacksonville were Sun- .

Monday son of Green visitor Cove, Mrs.Springs.Pearl Col- were on a business trip to Clio, day visitors of Mrs. R.A. New- of Mr.Eagle and Lake Mrs.are H.C.visiting Wimberly Mrs. Mrs. W.W. Hood was guest of 1964 BUICK WILDCAT I II

Ala. and Fort Valley, Ga. over Nelson Green and family this Mrs. Evelyn McMahon in Char- 1967 BUICK I
the weekend. som.Mr. lotte, N.C. last week:, Convertible, Baby Blue, Power i
Sixty-five young people from and Mrs. C.A. P-att of week. Electra 225, t Door Sedan. Factory Steering and Brakes, Bucket

the Pine Level Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins Oklawaha celebrated theK- 50th Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins Air Conditioning, Power Seats Air Conditioning
-.nd Susan, attended the Mrs. P.T. NoUn and Mrs. H.C. Factory ,
daughter,
enjoyed a skating party; at Lake of Bryant Loyed and wedding anniversary on StiTday Dansby visited Busch Gardens were visiting Mr. and Mrs. De- Steerlne! Power Brakes Good Top 6 Mos. Old, Drives Like A
redding with an house given by tk it
Butler last Thursday night. La- open Wayne McRae In Jacksonville Tires
Solid White Clean Drives
Ann In Lake City Sat- In Tampa on Monday. : ,
Dream Nice.
Spears children and families, Mr. atxl: ,
ter In the evening they returnedto and Mrs. Tommy Hug- Real It.
Good Try
urday afternoon, where Susan Mrs. L.L. Fullwood and Mr. gins
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ed Lawson is pattern Orange Heights on Sun $870
attendant. Patrolman and a
was an and Mrs. A.A. Pratt of Starke, $1995
Vernie Thornton for a party; cel- day.
In St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. .
Mrs. B.H. Spears and family J.E. Cole of
ebrating Rev. Don Honaker's and Mr. and Mrs.
birthday, and Mr. and Mrs. Hon were former residents of Starke. St. Petersburg. About 100 friends and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Among the students from
aker's 15th wedding anniversary. called during the afternoon. college, home on spring break 1963 DODGE
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox were in Savannah Ga. over the 1968 CHEVROLETImpala
rf Starke and Mr. and Mrs. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. are: Diane Edwards, Florida Atlantic Dart 4 Door Sedan, Doesn't Look
David McKnIght, Hugh Stephens Leslie Biggs of Orlando spent Mr. and Mrs.J.H.Dupre visited B. Walker. University; ; Byron Terwil- 2 Door Hard-Top 283 Cu. Too Good But Mechanically sound,

Buzzy Costello, Stanley the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B.G. McIntyre; legar College of Charleston; In., V-8. Power Steering, Auto- 6 Cylinder, Good Tires, Drives
Gay and Freddie Graudon are .J.R. Chasteen in Belle Glade, and family In Jacksonville Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Sr. and Miss Evelyn Sinclair. Mercer' matic Transmission, Solid Tur- Good.
.
on a cruise to the Bahama Islands tnd all attended the Moredock- Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Ricks visited Rev. university; ; MlssooyveLiviuuarK.Ltturange ; quoise with Matching: Interior.
this week. \dams wedding in Coconut Grove and Mrs. W.E. Bowers In Bran- cuiiege; stave uen- $328
Mrs. Wilbur Waters spent the ford last Tuesday. mark and Wayne Blankenship, $1795
Saturday night.
weekend with Mr. Waters in Pen- University; of Georgia; Harry

sacola where he is stationed Airman and Mrs. Robert E. Hatcher, North Georgia College;

SELF EVALUATION AND at Corrie Field. Case and son of Sherman Tex- Misses Jane Crosby, Ginger 1967 CHEVROLET 1968 CHEVROLETCustom
Baldwin, Jayne Hardy and Mel-
as are visiting her parents, Mr. Coupe! 2 Door Hard-Top.
OCCUPATIONAL STUDYA and Mrs. Merrill Struth, for ody Cuttino, Tin College; Gary Impala 6 Passenger Station Wagon Factory Air Conditioning V-8, '
Mrs. Annie Dempsey of Clear- two weeks. Hamilton, Hope Holliday, Beverly V-S, Radio, Heater Solid
water was visiting Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Mary Bollinger, Harold Balance of Factory Warranty.
new course will he offered at the vocational C.L. Cooper last week The A1C Steve Edwards of Offutt Bowen Patsy Hitchcock, DIane White, Automatic Transmission, Power Steering and Brakes. Solid

school in Sett Evaluation and Occupational Coopers also had as Saturday AFB Omaha, Neb. is home on Adklnson Bobby and Barbara Power Steering, Nice, Take A White, Blue Interior. Extra Clean.

Study. The course outline includes a series of visitor, Mrs. Hardy Dean of 36 days leave. Graudon Sue Barksdale and Bonnie Trip In this one. $2295
Chiefland. FSU.
tests to help a person determine what jobs, train- $1795
Mrs. Gladys Weldon will have
injj programs, or college curriculum he might behest Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith of her children home for the Easter Mrs. Martha Moore was the

suited for as well as a study! of these Wllliston were visiting Mr. and weekend: Mr. and Mrs. S.A guest of Mrs. George SchoeneIn 1965 GTO
various occupations and training opportunities. Mrs. Marc Jackson over the Weldon, Macclenny Mr.and Mrs. Orange Park Friday night. 1962 CHEVROLET
2 Door Ifard Ton. V-8. Radio
weekend. Charles Patrick West Florida -
,
2 Door. Super Sports Coupe.
If is Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Shealy of Heater. New 3 I !Sn:: cd Transmls-
a person considering a change of jobs, a Mr. and Mrs.W.A.Weldon,Bush- Bucket Seats New Paint V-8,
new training program completing high school! Tla Thornton, daughter of Mr. nell, and Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Atlanta were last Tuesday to sloe (Floor"Mounted), Drives out
Transmission Mountedon
and Mrs. Vernie Thornton, cele- Weldon Jacksonville, and their Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs Automatic
or entering= college, this course could provide aha.ic H.C. Rltch. irood. Retire with Fawn InterIor.
brated her 13th birthday on Fridaythe families Console, Power Steering, Nicer
l
foundation on which to make future plans. Bucket Seats.
13th with a slumber party;
$795
Rev. E.F. Montgomery Sr. and Mrs. Ethel Simmons and Mrs. $995
for six friends.
The l'm.will. ; meet :Monday and Wednesday girl sister Mrs. George Oldham of Evelyn Davis of Fort Lauder-

asening4 from 7 to 10) p.m., for J 10 weeks. The Doug Seymour of Tampa was Lake City, were Tuesday supper dale were Saturday to Wednes-

I firtla.t <' nill meet Mondav March 30. Please home for the weekend.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. David day guests of Mrs. Bertha 1966 BUICK

contact t He vocational center for any additional Montgomery.Mr. Pearce. Electra 225. 4 Door Sedan. Electric 1959 BUICK
information. (Phone and Mrs. W.T. Brinson
: iHH.fj150.
and Roy Turner of Valdosta, and Mrs. George Morris Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mathewsof Windows, Power Steering 8- 2 Door Hard-Ton. V-8. Automatic
Ga. were Sunday visitors of Mrs son and twin daughters of Lees- Clinton, Term were visiting Brake, Good All Over. FactoryAir
burg spent the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tully Norman and V-8 of Transmission Nice Old Body _
.. .. ... ...... Betty; Reddish and family. Mr. and Mrs. Conditioning, course.If Tired .
........ and Mrs. Henry Morrison. past two weeks.Leery Normanthe You Like A Soft Ride. Try this Old Motor Your For

Misses Jane Crosby Ginger Putnam Conn.Is one. Only.
s s Jim Shaw of ,
NOTICE Baldwin, Jayne Hardy and Melody a guest this week of Mr. Mrs. Lyle Buck and childrenof $1695 $39.95
Cuttino were home on spring and Mrs. R.M. MeRa and daughter Palatka. were visiting Mrs.

: Due to the rapidly increasing costs of pro- : break Thursday from to Monday.Tilt College from Beverly. H.M. Richarde on Saturday.

duction. The Telegraph finds it necessary to institute Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe

'! :a nominal charge for the use of photographs Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen and Beautiful Easter Lilies atRoster's and family of Sanford spent the

e ; for announcements and engagements on ee family and their houseguest Monument and Nun weekend with their parents Mr.

our society pates The following rates will apply, eetfective Mrs. Reva Whlffen of San Angelo er)'. and Mrs Robert Green, and Mrs.
Texas, visited the St. Aug- Eoline Smith.
I) : April 1 : e ustine Art Exhibit on Sunday. Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs.

Thelma Dean of Fairfield were Mr. and Mrs. William Which-

OXK. COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM-: Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Johnstonand Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ello of Gullver,Mich were guests ..
AIRLY PRE)) FOR ENGAGEMENT: ANNOl'M'EME.NTS son, Jere, of Miami, Mr. J.G. Caldwell. last week of Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
e e and Mrs. Bob Starkey of Tampa, Firth. They all spent the week-
: ;: ) $3.00
Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs.David
and Lt. and Mrs. Robert Bush end In Homasassa.
Montgomery, Mrs. C.T. Mc-
0 TWO COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM.iltlV of Jacksonville were guests dur-
ing the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Manus Mrs. E.M. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Bitch were, .
.\ USED FOR WEDDINGS; $5.00
e ) James Barron and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T.L. Casey attended the in Gastonia, N.C. over the week- ''YMb.v
R.V. Turner. annual meeting of the Women end to attend the funeral of Mr.
e We'oil! continue to make no charge for en- of the Church Suwannee Presby- Rltch's brother, Floyd Bitch f

e ayenu-nt: announcements ,r wedding write-ups ee Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Church tery at in the Gainesville First Presbyterian Mrs. Ritch's mother, Mrs.Daisy
where ee visited Mr. and Mrs. James Thursday. Perryman, spent the weekend
no photographs are required.
Cooper in Chlefland on Sunday.Lt. In Macclenny with her grand-
The use of color photographs!' is discouraged as ee Jimmy Dowling of Washington, children, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy

Ihdo not reproduce :as'! well as black and white. ee Col. and Mrs. V.J. Speng- with D.C. his spent mother several,Mrs.days W.E.recently Dowl- Johns.
ler and and Mrs.Emma
Please submit J black and white if ee daughters Ing, and family.
; photographs; Badman visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Vlnlng and

1)II",>lible. ee .R.L. Spengler In St. Augustineon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- children of Palatka and Mrs. DusterSALESMEN
Elsie Wood of
Sunday. Douglasvllle, Ga.
In order to handle r"eddmg! articles efficiently ee dale and Mr.and Mrs.SldShuCordand will be Friday guests of Mr.

The Tefetrraph( requests that all information be ee Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. and families are camping at St. and Mrs. L.D. Vining.

submitted! no later than noon Monday following ee mother Mrs. Hattie Bracewell day.Augustine from Tuesday to Fri

*K nnldinir. Accounts of weddings occuring ee of Gainesville attended the fun-

more than two weeks before date of publication eral of Mrs. Bracewell's bro Mr. and Mrs.Roger Guis singer SERVICE SCHEDULE!
ther, Thadlus Moore in Dublin
,
,
and family of Baton Rouge, La. CATHOLIC CHURCHES
cannot be used.!' Printed wedding information Ga. Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
e forms' may obtained at The Telegraph office are spending Thursday to Sunday ST. EDWARD'S. Start:
with her mother, Mrs. W.B.
e for your con\ e-nience. Your cooperation will bee Sewell. Sunday Mass 8 a.m. aid
and Mrs. R.W. Underilland ':ili am.Monday.
appreciated. ee
family of Indiatlantic will M_. 8M: ....
ee spend the weekend with her parents Mrs. Ralph Diggs spent Sundayto Wedneaday Mass 7 p.m. Jim Lawson-- Walter Alvarez: -- Eaton Jordan

The Bradford County Telegraph eve.e.oee..e.eseeeeeeee Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon- Gordon Tuesday driving her father, Saturday Maaa and No.
crief. Mrs. Underill and children Sullins, back to his homeIn veaa 7 p.m. Don Williams
will remain for the week. Hickory Ridge Ark. after he
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spent the winter in BrooksvilJe. ST. WILLIAM'S K'ltoae HU. Manager

Sunday Mat. a a.m.

Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Reddish Wednesday Novena. 7 p.m.

I WE CAN ASSIST YOU I and son Mike, visited Mr. and ST. MARY'S. Maccleony
Mrs. Glen Reddish in Luling, ;
Sunday MMS 11M Starke
: ajn.
N 111 Preparing Your N La. the past week.

C Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warner
o and son of Waycross Ga. are --
o INCOME TAX RETURN visiting her mother, Mrs. J.S, THE BRADFORD

Sapp, this week. COUNTY TELEGRAPH ChryslerPlymouth

1 1\1 REASONABLE RATES 1%f fE Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Publlih-d: every Thursday

:E called their daughter Mrs. Joe at 1M W. Call Street
Phone or Cotite' in for an Neal Belche, In Reflavik. Iceland Stark, Florida! 33091 U. S. 301 North Phone 964.6600
Sunday night. Mrs. Belch
Second class paid
APPOINTMENT will undergo surgery Thursday. poAtsi STARKE FLORIDATOS'
at Stark
T Her husband Chief Belche. Is I Florida.

A stationed at the U.S. Naval BaseIn SabtcrlaUwi Rates I
TOWN FINANCE CO. ;\ Reflavik. In &trade area: fSCO per

226 N TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE FLORIDA year; $3.7J Ia months. ... 11II-
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of
X Telephone 964.7449 X Miss Judy School Whitehead of Nursing was St.Vincent's Outside year;tIt.4.ea 93.00 six :month s:>.toper Then You'll Know What Service Is! [

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Bradford County studentswon x w
honors at the Regional Science Bradford County. turpentine constituents, the effect
Fair at Lake Butler and Third place winners In the of psychedelic lights on anl-
the chance to compete In the senior division Included Bill My- mans and a number of special
rick Lee Hardenbrook, Eugene research
State Science Fair In Pensacola projects concerning
April 8-10. Mock, and Mike King, all of seed growth of the determination
Three of the six regional brae Bradford High. of sugar content.
ribbon winners are Bradford stu Blue ribbon and those who Bradford, Columbia, and Union
dents. They are Greg Gay of placed second and third are eligible county students captured top honors -
Bradford High In the Senior Division for the state science fair. in the annual science fair
and Mark Hardenbrookand Hundreds of visitors inspected covering junior and senior high
Michael Cissy of Bradford the 51 exhibits in the Lake But- schools from nine north Florida
High In the Junior Division. lerCommunity Center last counties. Contestants also participated
Second place winners in the Thursday and Friday. Entries from Baker Lafayette,
senior division included Richard included a broad range of the and Dixie counties. Other counties
Kirkland and Jimmy Andrews of scientific spectrum, running in the region are Levy,
from biochemistry dealing with. Gllchrist, and Suwannee.



t Commission 'Encouraged' After SchoolPlans JonesLscelebrated Lc



Visit By DOT on Road ProblemsBradford a Lejlon's steak 5'd

Saturday I
County Commissioners : cal year, with four months Starke An
reported themselves "encournged" still tl> BO. Largest exornd'tures (Continued From Page One) AwardsChief
MonJay following on the Tat were: surface treat- of P
on on-islle inspection of several ment. $3.235; machine mowing. school master plan would include Legionalre
secondary road maintenance $4,732: center line and, lane rw administrative office the trouble spots by engineers painting $4000; maintenance library, pu'dince offices, Will!
from the Department of Trans of turnouts nnd s'dedra'ns. $2.- tvp'ntr rooms, home econ-mics Chief Fi
:portatlan. 492: ground :II1 ",s. $1,628; pavement facilities, scacs .for a locker Uficat2 of
In at least once instance, the s'gnals. $1.353; and fer- sy'trm. nnd other arclllnry cooperaLloipost
DOT engineers promised early tilizing sod. $1.271. facilities That is contemplated and II
relief by installing a larger In discussing the meeting iwlth-'ri the next several vears mander
culvert in an outfall ditch at later, Comm'sslon Raloh. Dry- tat a cost cf around $360,000, noted the
Brlrson's Corner on SR 100 an said he would 1'ke f-r 'the Siint Casey says. cooperationBring
south. county to be .able to retain Its Sofia so'irce of incre\ 'edstat the :t
Jim Moss district maintenance maintenance funds and do its flHwill become available mortal.Leglonai'.
engineer from Lake City <)wn work on secondary ro ads, to flwincthat protect the
:and Salem A. Salem and R. out pointed our that this would s iperinter.dent hopes. If not. award of I
E. Jo-hT"- Jr., engineers from require a legislative act. At Casey says he will prepiKe to years of U1
the Jacksonville district, met present. DOT dons the work the school board 1four mill
Monday morning with thaCoun.ty ,and deducts $50.000 from the m'llapre increase over two
Commission and were county's secondary road years to finance the construc Miss 'd
1 taken on a tour ct several money.A tion.

trouble spots. including SR breakdown of maintenance In the twa-hour work session To AlContinued
100 at Child's Store, near Theresa exDC-ndtture had been refines and official meting last
; an outfall ditch at bed Thursday the
bv the Commi"ion nt the School Board also -
Hamp'ton Lake; an indequato recent road meeting: Lake asked the County Commission (
culvert on Forsyth Road; and City. art to sell several "fixe'"
the controvers'al culverts under item in the old courthouse ing queen I
the railroad at the outlet 'Which the comm'ssion School in Dt

from Sampson Lake. Credit Card on its list of surplus noW'has furniture the dean'slege of Detcompleted
After the tour OsmmlsslonChairman to sell.
Zedra Hamilton said Removal of ti.
Thief Found itemsieh a. Pamela Ii
the meeting had' served the bannlpier
a in the oM courtroom and Mrs.Birminghan. I
'worthwhile purps. "At least o fireplace mantle and
,j we have opened the lines of ByAccident mirror in tlle rchorlff'a malice of. older_ Drotni,
communication with DOT, and Would riccp-'as-j the gals Her fathersuperintende
That is more than we have A case of mistaken Identity value of the touiliinj.: the
t .been able t> do :previously, he led to the arrest Friday, March School Boart contends. For her ta
sal* 13, of an Indiana man loaded Casey said the .building now the Miss An,
r Earler wonaay morning, with stolen credit cards, the Is owned ibv th. school system she compete
Starke Councilman P. T. No- Starke Police Department re- and tint the School Pamela per
Bjard fees
I'n met with the ports.
engineers Justified in ballet.A .
making
. briefly ani discussed the drain- the re- speech
Patrolman I
Glen quest. The
I Sapp stopped county Is die to
ays problem on Temple Avenue a Mercy Coll.
couple In a car because he take bids on the surplus itemsAt
I US 301) near Pratt Streetas thought the 16-year-oldgirlmight Its April 6 mei'ngr. pires to a c
well as the areawest of be the one reported missing from mate stage f
there. hlh l!i d'Mned by a Gainesville. As it turned
out
,
r ditch through Pine Haven and the girl was missing, but from Special Season
Santoffa Heights ,bd'vIM.iiM.. Atlanta. JointMeet
Complications have arisen On Wild Turkey
due to the fact that the city She and her companion, Tho- Starts
has easement on part of the mas M. Sales Jr., 26, Evans- March 21
,I drainage dh'h.II'h'.le DOT his ville, Indiana, were taken to the Hunters Interested in
control over other ctir.s of it. police station for questioning. the wariest of Florida's bagging A city-cc
After tour'n the City police found out via the game discuss the
nl'f'Mo."s birds, the wild
i turkey gobbler
,
said he would check DOT records ing telephone from Atlanta.that the Patrolman girl was miss should begin planning their hun, services by Imentsinai
In the dlstr'ct office as said Sapp now. According to Frank A.
she has since
'R tnss for solving the problem. over to her been turned Smith, Northeast Region Wildlife day April 1
Nolln said he would make a guardian. Biologist for the Game and new courthou
'mllar check here to find out Checking Thomas out police Fresh Water Fish Commission, Two majorprevious
I 'whnt easements ware e when the drainage !I'E'm'a" persons in Duluth, Minn. Sales for the northeast region Is garage or
first Instilled. He said this was charged with illegal possession March 21 through April 5. common jaIl.
should determine whether the of the cards.In Smith cautioned hunters regarding City Councichairman !
city or DOT is noncMble for certain areas of the region of
county court Wednesday city is also r
mn'ntenance which would not be
and-?r imorovs- March open during
18
Sales pleaded cllman Jim
ment of the drainage system. guilty the special season.The closed
to the charge and Carl Hurst. (
Whilf here the engineers alfo was sentenced areas Include all of Suwannee
to one year in jail by County, the CommissionsCounty
submitted figures to the portion of Columbia
County
Judge Theron Altol
A. Yawn. County south of State
Commission Road 240
showing how the He is serving now in the Marion and west of State Road 47 and Road Fe
the
county' allocat'.rn of $50.000 County Road Camp. Osceola National A reportwhich
nnnuallv for ,secondary road Forest and the
maintenance Is being soent. About 20 other credit cards Wildlife Camp Blanding Management and Lake Butler tyto join permit tot
The report covered the eight- were found in Sales' car and Areas. mon goals w
Sportsmen
month period from June 30 investigation showed they had should consult the Judge Yawn.
through February and s-hwel been stolen from a trailer park regulation Game booklet available from After the D
that <> near Marathon Patrolman any and Fresh Water Fish
$24,3 4.B4 had been spent Sapp Commission man Tuckertee
on says. The credit cards had been office or county
maintenance in Bradt-rd hopes to
County during the current fiv used in Clay County, Sapp said. judge's regulations.office for specific area mendationsCouncil Ie

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earlier each week the following schedule for sub- Head Start;pr

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Monday 5 P.M. Display Advertising Start prograbe
requiring layouts born in ef
from raw copy. (5 to 6 years
family income

Monday 5 P.M. Classified the poverty
Advertising (For Rent, recipients me
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Monday Noon Church and Club vices as well
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Letters to Editor, etc.

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"A copy of this has been sentto SPECIAL LOW, LOW
I. :, the present Clerk and the
Democratic candidates who have ON 4-5 YEAR OLD
PRICES
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""i''i'Jjt"\.1'li! .. been so patient with me in giv-
'! < ': .
( !,I Ll"(";: : <'>r" ,: ample time to make
:"'li" ,. ing me
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... "'i';':,'. this very Important decision. AZALEA PLANTS
; Mrs. Darby has been a deputy

:1 I !0, clerk Her for husband 14 years., Charles Darby, IN FULL BLOOM_

:: i Ii : : was last county October.completing clerk his when 16th he yearas died AZALEA LINERS each -- -IQc


The appointed clerk, Inman LARGE SELECTION
Green, says he plans now to seek box 49cHOSIER'S
term ANNUALS per
the two year unexpired
of the late clerk., BOXWOOD
PECANS -
:;, Several names of Democratic FRUIT TREE ROOTSTOCK
candidates who may make the ROSES ON FORTUNINA
race for clerk are making the
Legion Celebrates Birthday rounds. But the only Demo can-
didate who says he definitely
nes-Langfcrd te Post 58 service to Jonea-Langfard- intends to run is Maurice Ed- AND NURSERY
)rat5d the American White Post 56 and ths Amer. wards, Jr., Bradford cattleman. MONUMENTS

Dn's teak 51st dinner anniversary awl dines with on ican,.:,.!,.!'.::::Legion.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;;::::;:;:;:::::;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:::::::::::::::;:;:;:::;;;::::::::;:;;::;::;:;:::::;:;;;:;:::;::::::;;:;::::;::;:;:;:;;:;:;;;:;;j:::;mjj: ::m;;;j j j jj jjj jj jj j j jjjj j j1 j 1jj 1 1 11ji1 j1 1j1 1 1m
rday. March 21, at the new *:'XraI
te Armory.
rards were presented tot
of Pol'ce Kn Fuqua and
)na Ire John B. Grew dairlnj: ;
occasion by Commander
Tc Williams.
lef Fuqua received a csrte -
of apprec'atlcn for his
(ration with the Leg'on
and Its programs. Cornier
Williams escecially
t the police department's: :
ration of raisin and lo-w-
the flag at the war me-
U.prlonalrp.
Grew received an
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ueen at Immaculata High m r
in Detroit and has made '
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tan's list at Mercy
tf Detroit where she has II
eted her junior year.
ela is the daughter of Mr. t t
Irs. William B. Eldred, a. .cF y yi4 tiff
ngham, Mich. She has two
brothers and a sister, 14.
ither is a manufacturing
ntendent.
her talent presentation at
ss America Pageant where
impeted as Miss Michigan,
a performed a classical

leech and drama major at
College, Miss Eldred as-
to a career on the legiti-
m
itage following graduation.


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,ty-county committee wills
the possibility of joint
es by the two local govern
in a meeting next Thurs-
kprll 2, at 7 p.m. in the
urthouse.
major ideas discussed at
us meetings are a common i
I or repair shop and a
m jail.
Councilman Nell Tucker is WftII
lan of the committee. The
also represented by Coun-
Jimmy Bowen and Mayor
urst. County members
Issloner Ralph Bryan
Attorney Theron Yawn
>ad Foreman B.E. Jones.
sport on the state laws
permits the city and coun-
Din together toward com-
Mis will be presented by
If awn.
the next meeting, Chair-
iicker says, the commits -
to have ready recom-
ions to make to theStarke
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3 Economic Agency in : First Federal will close at noon Thursday, March 26 (only) in order to Mj
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frig 170 children in Brad- ':;:::;:: Post First Quarter Earnings.WILL :::::;::
Jounty for the Summertart

recruitment program.will be coed I I
by Mrs. Innett YOUR SAVINGS BE GROWING ?
Director of Uie Nelgh- $ 00
1 Service Centers pro-

and handled by Mrs. ; m If not the Receiving End May we Suggest that do 1 1
are on
I Dixon at the Nelghborsrvice ... you you something ........
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Center in Starke
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ne 964-5689.
e eligible for the Head

program i years in either old, a) and 1964 child the or must total 1965 m OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW I r

income must fall below
lerty line. All welfarents I 1II1I111jjj
MORE THAN
meeting age require- YOU'LL EARN EVER

are automatically eligi- j1 1jjjmtti

Head Start program is BEFORE !
d to begin June 22 and
for eight weeks, ending II
14. All Head Start class-
be held In the Starke 1
tary School. At the prone -
the Agency plans to
medical and dental sera IIm
well as transportation
children. II


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Going nine under 1W Tuesday to ft. night t0u fcPalatfca Tsmpte Is slammlnir the bateball The BHS coach bad nothing) Friday, Aoril S. Tornado! basefcaltors , two at home and five on i
at near a .500 clip In 'the but
praise for young McKln will travel to Orangt !
the I4.
ro
Tornado basebaltora lost thefc Tat
three
tames, the onlyirlght
nay however. "He pitched In Park: for rematch
Saturday
"$!> ':t'W''tJ., .'':tJ ...._..1tf..ij'- ::tI8' third straight game, WppUij epct for the Tornadoes. his first game and did, a good April 4. then gio to Bolles. Both
Golfers their season record to W. Against Fernandina and Palat JOb for a ninth grader" Ole the latter /frames are Ih the
RECREATION NEWS At llv. Oak *last FrJdsy. ka ,the BEE first! baseman had tlngton commented.: aftemoon-at 3:45: pjm. In Orancne FLORIDA j
March !0. the Toroadoee .weredwt five safeties in seven trips to Park and 1:45: at BoDe<<. J JFlU.
44 although Johnny the plate. Lake City will 'be- In town for
*ftwsww"tL! II U :: Top SA Brown limited the Bulldog* to n game next Tuesday' night The Tornadoes have sever
Johnny BI'OWDItmlted/ Live March 31, UIEATR
at 7:30: p.m Next
three bu.: But four errors games remaining on the sche
., ..' ... ,- pelted the difference.The but Oak to three hits last Friday\ ..
I was still t the losing pitchers
Bradford High! golfers) beat sky fell in on BHS here four Tornado errors spellef ., SAT.,. SUN.,
St. Augustine In nutsh play Saturday .....'.., Femandtnas the difference! The Tornadoes Mon., and TUES. :
t- i-1I. : here were edged Tuesday one March stroke by 17. live then BHS was bombed J6-' by the had six: hits with Temple ,et. MAR. 27, 28. 29 30, 31 '
Florida Star Conference leadingPirates. ting two of them 301
Oak In a Friday! March 20, Fernandlna's 15 hits DriveInSIIOW I
road trip. were equalled only tar BHS' 15 Charlie Buckner went all the IT'S HI-VOLTAGE
These
to beautiful) Easter rabbits)))) will be awarded The number 2, 3, and 4 Tor errors. Way to get the win for Live HI-LARITY! :
the finders of the special eggs in the annual nado players cams through In Palatka. tattl-nir' Fernandas!\ Oak j
Recreation Department Easter Egg Hunt. The the St. Augustine win. Mice: for the league toad bombed BHS BEGINS AT 7:00: P.M. ,,
.
i
bunnies With 11 tuts. and used three BHS Alnst Fernandlna: :here Satjrdav
were made In the Recreation Pegs shot a 40, beating his opponent -
Department FRIDAY SATURDAY, SUNDAY-MAR. 27, 2$, 25
Ceramic Programs by six strokes and David errors in getting 11 runs Toesday \b night the Tornadoes had
McRae aDd Richard Roberto night 10 hits and scored eight runs. Double Feature Program
I
carded, 42'. to top their .We Could $.y bran s. tsrwtsr 'That! is enough to'w'n many !
, KAfTKB SCO HUNT WOMEN'S $OFTBALLMZI opponents by wide a a.r. 'aa. fame, but Tuesday\ might feallKtme. Coach Oarllngton! COMJMIHA PICTURE I'RESENTEIri
rom vovNasrvM: THOUGH ftsUDE FIVE Tet. win bet. e meeting to Dale Johns 'the number one ." Coach Jim Oarllngtoa) the mark Saturday. GEEBQHY / OllaR r
lilT FRIDAY, MARCH SI form a Women's Softball Lea man. was edged: one stroke. 42- says. w
The Starke Recreation De sue Monday April: 13. 43 but tied hla opponent la the Joe Becker pitched and hitns Jim Tempi scored, 3-for-4' PECK S/nnnir fI
partment's annual Easter Egg Plans are in the making' to number of holes won and got way to the win hitting a performance) at the plate was ri j
Hunt will be held FrtAiy., March form a l league similar to the BHS a half point. Johnny Brown pitch into .the the only bright spot for BHS. CARL FOREMAN'SASACBENN&'S
27. at 10:30: aJn. at West SUfc: non-competitive Men's Softball In a nip an tuck contest. Friday stadium for a grand slam Sophomore Larry Brown, was k DISNEY -
Park Softball Field. League that was formed this the Tornadoes were stopped home run In the filth dnnlng. the losing! pitcher. Be and GOLD WALT worn ,
This park la located west of ear. 177-178 In Live Oak. Dale Becker also hurto:: the first freshman Danny McKlnney.
the Vo-Tech and Middle\School. We hope that more former 7Qhns lost h's!. match'toy cn five Innings; he held the Tornadoes pitching In his first varsity SUPER PANAVISION TECHNICOLOR %a
Entrance &to the field. is! off players that haven't played to stroke, 30-40: Mike Fogg feet by to four tilts and was the game bore the brunt of the 15- STEREOPHONIC SOUND
Brownlee Read. The youngsters) the past few years will come i stroke, 44-45. and David Me- winning pitcher Art Annis hit Fernandlna attack. :Mark E
will be divided into three separate out and play for the enjoy- tied his opponent 4444. Only pitched the final three innings. Oraudons started! 'the frame but
groups tl) hunt eggs.J Mint end excrete! of the game BBS I'Olfer''to' win In Live Oak for Palstka. allowing1. only one left early with arm trouble. t'l.Un -
) Toddlers through age 4 BTARICE NAMED TO HOST was number three man Richard! hit, a single by BHS' freshman
(mothers may help this group); im STATE CHAMPIONSHIP Roberts who beat! Ma man one catcher Carl Rherd.: BBS reliefer Larry Tanner ,. CLinT LWJ
2)) ages I, 8, and 7. and. 3)) ages<< AJ-A. MXN'S OPEN stroke. 4! -60. had already been< taken cut of
8 through grade 3. LOW PITCH TOURNAMENTThe Johnny Brown was tne losing the game and. the other starter EaSTWOOD
Two prizes will be awarded Stark. Recreation Department All future Florida Star Conference pitcher going' all the way for. Johnny Brown had pitched .,......Q
40 the lucky finder of the Special $ Is happy to announce : golf matches will be BHS striking out four end! allowing seven Inlngs! the day ,before In I
Eggs In each grcup. that the Amateur Softball All.aocIaUcu' played on the 'basis\ of total 11 hits. Live! Oak. Oarllniton! had no .: cooGarvs Biutf'IN RUSSELL'ROMERO-FLYNN
In case of bad; weather the 1971 State Championship strokes Conference coaches choice but to go' to his younger COLCm TECHNICOLOR'
Jerome Williams had sin.!
two
hunt will be held) Saturday. Men's how Pitch Soft- greed oa that in a meeting. ales for BHS against. Palatka.( pitchers' and Fernanditaa! torE _A UNn/tq AL PICTUR) 1---1_ March 28. ball Tournament will be held Iaat.week According to BHS themuptotoegaouce. MAT NO. 7O1
Jim 'I
Temple. Tommy1 Talley.and
Athletic Director David Hurse. :
at Wait Side Park In Starke ,
RlVrd also h't safely.
''WIth the Garden Restaurant "...- -
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RECREATION SOFTBALL the host ''team. -- --------------
LEAGUE TO OPEN 1970 Orlando will host the Men's 15:::::::-m::::::::::: ::: ::::: :::::::--x: : : ::::::::::::::::::::, :::m ::$ -::':::::::: j----------------- VI

SEASON WITH PRESEASON Fast Pitch State Tournamentand : ::<
TOURNAMENT MARCH 30 Gainesville will host the 1111 Runners Perform Ii IiI
The 1970 Recreation: Men'sSoftball Women's Open Stow Pitch : There's !
kick off Something
League will State, and the Men's Industrial
the season with single elimination Slow> Pitch will be awarded at vl
tournament. a later date. These tournaments I I I II
This tournament, 'which will were awarded at the annual Well At FletcherOutstanding
see only 6 of the 8 league trams meeting of District II of II
In action is scheduled for Monday -
Florida Amateur Softball As- IID
efforts were his best effort to date. Bob
Tuesday! and Thursday, sociation which was held at in by four Tornado threw it 35' 9*. Jim Shu-
(March 30, 31, an April 2. 1970. the Sdarke Recreation Department who broke Bradford
the
hurled the discus 101 feet
Tournament Schedule: Saturdiy.!!: March 21. four-mile team race record Malachi Henry broad Jumped IFF: ERE N 'Ii
Monday March 30-7:30: City dene Rayburn. Starke's Recre- ning In Class AA 10" and Tim Murphey high
wt Starke vs Lawtey: 9 p.m Re who served as District II Com- In the Fletcher Relays last 5' 6* and Donnie Craw-
creation Dept. vs Winn D xle. creation Department Director day, March 20. a freshman 5' 2*. II
Tuesday. March 31 7:30: ( missioner for 1969, has been The four freshemn had The BUS 480-yard shuttle hur- I
Plaza Lodge vs winner of Mon reappointed by the State Commissioner bined times of 19:48.2 In relay team of Jimmy An- .
day 7:30: game 9 p.m. Cunningham for 1970. Rayburn mile run, breaking the old Tim Murphey,Jerry Dyal
Gulf vs winner of appointed the following to record of 20:44.0.: Scott Whitehead did 1:11.4: I
Monday 9:00: game. serve as Sub-District! Chairmenfor Fifty-two runners started enough to the BUS record ATTerwillegar I
The regular season: will beam 1970: Larry Green was 11th in : that Coach Loper thought they I .
Monday April 6. Games Northern Sub-District: Merrill his best to date. Leonard break their school mark .
Will be played 1t West S'de Park: Strickland of S'a'ke. rett was 24th In 4:53.8. his Lee yesterday.
Softball Field, each Monday Central faro-Dtstrlct.' : Frank to date'Rlchard; Fill was The 440-yard relay team of
Tuesday and Thursday nights Henry of Ormond'' Beach. at 5:03.6 and Jimmy ; Dyal. Bob Dyal Levy Len-
beginning April 6. Southern Sub-District: Bat( it 5:09.1. and Malachi Henry did 499. Motors !
Harbin of Cocoa. "A trejnnndous effort quartet would have done
Also determined at ,the meeting new .....urd." was Loach: 42'l" If they had made better
BANTAM BOYS was the following District! Loper's description of the ; Loper said.A .
leg Injury to Wallace Lee
TO BEGIN Tournaments for 1970: 1)) Men's runners' performance. I ''I
have kept the Tornado sprint
Tornado runners scored
PRACTICE MONDAYThe Fast Patch Orlando Aug. 14-18
points at the big relay relay team from placing I I
(Bantam Boys Baseball and 2)) Women's Fast Pitch to
Program for 'boys 1012. will /The decided! : 3)) Men's Open Slow but Coach Loper termed the tough competition. Lee
slowed him In the final 45
!get underway Monday March Pitch Ormond Beach Aug. 6- performances noteworthy. of the As it wad

30 Street, at Ball 3:45: Field.p.m.. at the! Pratt 94)chile: ) Women's Beach Aug.Slow Pitch.14-16. Sat.and meet lays runners gives such experience as the the young Fletcher that will Tornadoes out of were race.contention seventh, one in I Now .See The .i.iI

5)) Men's Industrial
Boys who still haven't s'gned! :Slow Pitch them In the next contest, : .
up for the program may do so TIfiusvlle.!! Aug. 5-8. says. The Tornadoes also Wayne Bennett's 110-yard split II
at the: Pratt Street Center. Sub! -D'S'trlct' tournaments will part in the Lee Relays In 12.0 Brant Turner's 220- II
Boys must. have attained age be awarded:! at the meeting of sonville Wednesday and will split was 24.0 and John
10 before August I, each respective sub-district In ticipate in the Florida 330-yard split was 36.0 .
Practice sessions! will be held April. this Saturday at the his best to date and
each afternoon (Monday: District II of the (Florida of Florida.At was running at a 50-flat *'
through Friday, 3:45: ,until ::30 A.S.A.' is composed of 24 Florida Fletcher Bradford's until his injury, the coach i 1970 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL i
p.m. cities Buby tossed the shop put .

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Inl otetlt Plea EnteredIn I S :ShSYN For Old Annual Books Needed Sale For Services Mrs. Held Ebling


BHS Band Wins By Library Friends At 'King ley. ; Lake.
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Mrs. Juanita Ebling 59, ;died*
; hardback
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old books
a A plea for
Case
Manslaughter Gainesville hospitalafter
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'. and paperback, and;
brief Illness. She was
a
!, urn rJ. Superior RatingsBradford I National has been Geographic issued' by magazines the !born in Rossvllle. 111. on Dec.10,

Bobby Lee Green of Clermont Hower pleaded guilty of unlaw- Friends of the Bradford Count 1910 and lived in Lake City for
charged with manslaughter ful speed, because, he said, ," ,. I High' band received entered the district solo and Library for their annual many ;years where tChuureha
ln Public
through reckless operation of he had a good job and couldn'tspend \ ensemble contests March 7 at member of the
a motor vehicle in the Feb. 27 time coming to court although N F'" ble. Gainesville High School. Bradford took sale April 1-4 Fair at and
automobile death of Sandra Haas, he wasn't guilty.; Judge Association Distric 3 Concert students winning ratings County the past several months.
pleaded not guilty! and Is sched- Yawn reprimanded him for Implying ," Contest were: Strawberry Festival. Surviving are her husband, Or-
uled for a preliminary hearing. that the charge was "It's a Pretty; big thing for Billy Myrick baritone solo Mrs. Faye Andrews president val W. Ebling Gainesville; her
trumped-up saying Bradford superior of the FrIends. requests mother. Mrs. Pearl Venham
the band. It's what we live for
He was represented In count} County had no speed traps had says BHS Bandmaster Dean Cas- Lynn Green tuba solo super- that' books be brought' to the Riverside. Calif.; two sons Warren I
court by Attorney James L.Torn not been accused of having speed i'a sels. "We probably enjoy this ior.Saxophone Library as soon as possible so F. Ebling, Kingsley Lake,
linson of Scruggs Tomlinson & traps and was not about to set more than football season." quartet with drum they may be refurbished for and Walter C. Ebling Mlcanopy;
Carmichael Gainesville at plea ip speed traps. Hower was fined i The rating qualifies the BUS accompaniment, Mike White, sale at ,the Fair. two sisters, Mrs. lola Radfordand I
day before Judge Theron Yawn 51. 'y band for the state band contest *!reg Gay Paul Faulkner Larie Children's;) books. are also Mrs. Belle Knott both of :
Tuesday. Green also pleaded not :. set In Pensacola May 7-9 for emple with David Jordon on needed:: urgently, Mrs. Andrews Riverside. Calif., and sever! '
guilty to a lesser charge of In four of five cages involving north Florida schools. The band the drums' superior. eald. grandchildren.
speed too fast for conditions worthless checks fines were$26 intends to go to the state con- Flute quartetSandy Morgan The books will !be sold at a Funeral services were held
In the same accident and this and restitution of the amount of a test Cassels says. Carol McKinney Sharon Eiland, 'booth at the Fair from flva at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Kings-
charge was transferred to the the check for Gary Shute, Vir- There Is one hitchmoney.. and Vicki Dyalexcellent, sec- cents up to a $1. ley Lake Baptist Church with
trial docket of County Court. ginia Allison. John B. Smith, and To finance the Pensacola trip ond highest rating. All money raised from the Rev. Robert West officiating Interment -

Wendell Grover. In Grover'scase the band must raise $1,200 between Clarinet quartetPaul Faulkner annual book sale .,.tr::es to the was in the church cemetery -
In thecaseoOliverCrommand since it was a payroll check now and May 7. To raise Carolyn Brown Mary Lane Bradford .County Library for with Jones' Funeral HomeIn
Michael Bright continued from Judge Yawn warned him that It Yield Turnerexcellent.. charge.
the funds the band plans three purchase: of new' books
last month on a charge of assault could be very serious If he were ; .. -.. projects: Clarinet quartet No. 2- Kay -
and battery at Bradford convicted again in this court r. '" Epps, Karen Hutchlns Daisy
'- 1) Band members will
High School both were found as he felt this showed an Intention 'Ii Immediately selling candy. begin Coleman and Darleen Lukeex- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. '
and to defraud. Owen ,
guilty; put on probation by Carter 2) A fish fry Is planned April cellent.
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Judge Yawn. A pro-sentence Investigation who has served 4 or 5" sen- 25, a Saturday at the fair Brass sextetBilly Myrick,
was made by the pro tences for writing worthless grounds. A cake walk will also Lvnn Green Jimmy Crosby
bation officer before adjudication checks In Bradford, Union, and be part of that program. Richard KIrkland, Kelly Richards STARKE
Tuesday and both were put under Duval Counties, was told tomake 3) A band concert is planned and Larry David Andrews- PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE
the supervision of the parole restitution for the check and paya May 1. good third highest rating.

commission.In fine of $51. Carter told the .. In addition to the concert con- Majorette duetKay Epps Sandy -, -
judge he was due to enter the
test, BHS band members also : Morgangood..
four drivlng-whlle-lntoxlca- VA hospital and wouldn't be HEIGHTSPHONE
ted cases Lily McKeever Paul able to serve a jail sentence.
Edward Crawford and Eugene ..;.. ,, .... .. h" 473-3176:
Edwards Homer Thomas pleaded not Additional ::t ,
all pleaded guilty. Mc Pr ",
Keever and Crawford were fined guilty to allowing an unauthorized $ N3 Parole .
$151 or 60 days each, and their person to drive and was transferred Supervisor

driver's licenses revoked for to the court docket; Her- Assigned Here .,'
90 days.Judge Yawn warned them man John Allen pleaded guiltyto Pretty Miss Lora Ann Allen modeled this perky ., W & D TRACTOR SALES

that the state requires a man- the same charge and was number for Carp's.: It has a dropped waistline and Anthony N. Pnoto. 31'. of ',. ,
fined $26. Palmer Van /
datory Jail sentence If they were Mary Coral Gables Is ,.....
convicted of Sickle pleaded not guilty to Improper pleated skirt and accented at neck and sleeves with a new supervisor .. .
driving while their ; In this Starke off! of Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628
license was revoked and cau- change of lane and was white lace. Occassion'tas' the Junior Womail Club's Florida. the Box 75 LaCrosse :
tioned them not to attempt to put on the court docket for jury Spring Fashion Show last Friday. Probation & Parole OLIVER TRACTORS
Commission
having recently
operate a motor vehicle at any trial Jerome Adams was fined
10 DIFFERENT SIZES
)Joined the commission upon
$36 and Donna Lurie Tompkins
time during this Edwards
period. $51 for failure to have their vehicle HX Exemption Reddish graduation from the Unlver9"ty -
pleaded guilty both to the FuquaAt
; chargeof vf Florl>,,.. Pc"onl ofns
under control.
Holland
DWI and also to operating a Deadline NearsThere Implements Sidewinder Mowers
/& Sciences Mr. Proto Is !
motor vehicle while his driver's filling Cole
Planters
On Transplanter,
Fleder Willis Huffman, failureto Meeting a new p sltlon created In the
license was revoked.He receiveda were:! 173 nnmcs of John Blue Ezee Flow and Others.
yield right of way was fined Starke District! Office of the ,
fine of $501 six
or months In $51. Morgan Prevatt, who said persons: prln'e'o pace 7 of Obscenity LawsDeputy Florida. Probation and Parole
Jail, his driver's Ifcense was he had been driving 52 years th'.3: issue of The Telegraph Commission whIch provides Combine and Hay Equipment
revoked for three and
minimum mandatory years sentence of a without an accident or a sum- whs: rec2iv3
10 days in the county Jail-- to mons before this time pleadednot in WBO! !J but who: have: ; Sheriff Dolph Reddishand ford" Baker and Union County. TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS
guilty; to failure to yield not" appllsji, for:: 1970. Chief of Police Kenneth Fuqua -
be Lake Butler. Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dyal
served In
on weekends so that addition: Mr.
right-of-way, and was trans- These psrssm: : : a-e: rrrn'-nd\ ( are attending a governor's 3..m"'l i P. Pl o tworth. D's-
he would be able to keep his ferred to trial by jury. Judge ;by Tax Ass3r Gcc:: 1/0115 conference in Tallahassee today trict Supervisor of 'the Starke Proto will assist In completing

job.with David DWI Wayne Jones, charged Yawn said in view of Prevatt's that the dsadlii'e:! for, applying! : called by Gov. Claude Kirk to Office states that his office investigations for Circuit and
and pleaded not guilty advanced age he would requestthat is i next Wednesday.;! April 1. acquaint law officers and prosecutors ''Will be rsspoTis'We; for all parole County Court In all three
was scheduled for the cal- counties. The '
he be re-examined for Starke office Is
a with new Interpretationsand release! instructions atthe- r---------------
endar of
County; Court. driver's license. Jones was guilty; of a technical rulings on obscenity; laws. Florida State Prison, Raltord mow providing sup 1'vlsory services I
Twelve violation, but suspend sentence.In and the Reception Center at for more than 150 probationers NOTICE OF SALE I
cases of unlawful "One of the major problemsIn and parolees.
For driving without a valid other cases, Robert Powell
fines speeding of $26 had for 11 pleas Knute of guilty: driver's license James Bass was charge with disposing of pro- combatting smut is the wide- 198 auditorium seats -- 22 sections of nine seatsl

James M. Norman Jr.Coleman, Pepper fined $21; in juvenile court Ron- perty; while under lien, was told spread lack of understanding of" TREE Do 't tivP... ,per section. Backs and seats are wood; all frame-i
where the courts now stand
.Thomas Helton, Dean Elliott Tib- ald Eugene Raulerson was told to make all monthly paymentsas Kirk said In calling the con DIG. PUL Iwork is metal. The seats are fold-up type and each|
to get auto tags for his car and originally agreed: Sandra ,
betts,
and Theodore M. Johnson ference. He added that may be attached to the floor with screws.
persons
$36 show the court, and his case Griffis was charged $25 fine STUMPS : Isection
.Charles; Rowland for Steve, David Wilson Kinner-, Gary would be dismissed; Claude Herbert and $21 costs for profane lan- accused of selling pornography BLAST! Prospective purchasers who would like to Inspect

ly Marron, and Irving Sheppard. Chambers pleading not guilty guage; Tommy Tucker pleadednot usually retain expert lawyerswho .the seats should contact Mr. P. T. Nolin USC|
was transferred to trail, for guilty; to possession of a specialize in such cases IETpRSUMPGIaf( fAf Building Starke. 32091 Offers
Berkey Sanders pleaded guilty to | telephone 9646800.
; and .what we have to do ]
failure to it In threat-
surrender his driver'sllcenpe' pistol and using a
unlawful speeding and 'was (fined and gar tags after a ening manner and was trans- now is give our prosecutors some VttAOVt! THfM INtfrlNHVtUt' ,. t should be submitted in writing to Bradford Countyl
$101 and three day iii jail with specialization in prosecuting for -ESTIMATES Board of Public
10 conviction In Lake City; for DWI ferred for jury trial; Orene Co- Instruction P. O. ,
days in jail If the fine Is f
not paid; and also pleaded guil- and driving without liability in- wart pleaded not guilty; to allowing the people. CALL, 376-J7SC1 fStarke. Florida 32091 prior to April 7, 1970, |

ty to operating a vehicle with- surance. cattle on a right-of-way The meeting will be opened witha A. M. The Board reserves the right to accept I
out a valid driver's license, for and transferred to jury trial; film entitled, "A Report on the SAPP'S .a1t;OED1S 'EOO any or all offers.'
Sylvester Williams on a chargeof U.S. Supreme Court's Recent Decisions I
which he was fined $51 or five Wayne John Price was adjudi- -
days in Jail. Under questioning, cated not guilty; of the chargeof assault and battery pleadednot in Obscenity c,!/es." --- -- -- --- ----..,

he admitted to Judge Yawn that causing an accident by having to the guilty court and calendar.was transferred Part of the day-long fleeting :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.=..:--.z-: :'. :--'Z.'Z.z.:0-0: ::::: : : ;:..""" ......,........==..."" ..........,,...._._._....-... ._._._.:._ r"..... ... ._._._._'"...n__....____
.without he had been a license.driving t.rSO years his Freddie stalled Lee car Jones on the charged highway with; Continued until April 21 are for will prosecuting focus on legal obscene preparation\ books SIN":,'n ::::::::::: :::::::.;;.:.::::::::: :::::::::::;:::;:::;::K::::::;:::::*:::::::;:;:;:;:::.r.: :::;:;::::::::;::::::;:;::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::.:m :::::::;::1:1:1:1::;:::;:;:.,:;:!:;:!:;:i,:imim:::: :!::!:!:;: :!:!:!.:!:fii:1fff:3Imimiffii:::::!: : !! :i1i i iii aSri.yLi:i f i

the case of Clarence Saucer and films and a revleW of obscenity
operating motor vehicle with- -
Leroy Gordon Slappey of out a valid a Inspection sticker because of illness, and Albert ; decisions In Florida. :r Holiday Inn's First AnnualHUNT '
Gainesville Edward Nelson who is to geta
pleaded not guilty pleaded guilty; and Judge Yawn I .
valid driver's license before
to unlawful speeding, and Ms TYPEWRITERS '
said because Inspection laws had : Manual or ,
case was put on the trial docket been changed, and sticker dates then. Gene Foster charged withnonsupport Electric. For sale or' rent.
for County Court. Daniel Ramon is scheduled for a
; were misleading he would say Bradford County Telegraph.
preliminary hearing.
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landmarks is being razed. .... : ;;10 0;:;: X: ;';;;l;",::>';i'' ::;.;ii'i,:;: ; ,}:',:,:,',::"."I -L':: ;"'.' This week fair tickets are being All Juniors are still selling-""

Complete with and bul- : j"f; t, ": il1'irr"I'f"i: : ; :'':ljl""' ;:: '.> \. Com- raise for their
cupola ':" [,;t{ @!f" :\ \ .,\" I sold at the Chamber of candy to money
ging bay windows, the once ornate "':>, i!) 1J! V \\!1j'i'' ,, '\\tyi111..j, ;' \ *. .1.. merce office. Tickets at the class. It would be greatly appreciated
home at the corner of Walnut ( : ''I" ;F'. !, ;/fjd1:1! : : _.., \iJ\";' \'{';' ; :; ,:', Chamber will be IOC each and If would buy a
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and Jackson Streets is being at the fair they will be 25C. box from a Junior.
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torn down to clear the site for N i : r/J; ; ; ;;: :; ; ft
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the library.proposed new Bradford County a 'lit Dr I .';.. ; : ; . .

''I!" I '."" Faculty won the Science Clubs Since everyone is on a SPRING
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Built by an early Starke mer- :' \,':iI ", ,g- Student-vs-Faculty Basketball VACATION. there la no school
chant, Thomas A. aroundthe ead ;' and what exciting this week. until March 30.
Knight, I ,,-. t; game, an gameit
turn of the 'ii'i": have fun
century, the one- .. :.L: was. Until next week. .
time "show place" was con- J ,.. .. ('"t .'J:. on your vacation. and remem-
structed of heart pine lumber, ; .\ \ ber "SPRING". is the word...

personally selected at the mill ... 'ee you around campus.
f At Left: Many memories
by Mr. Knight the father of :Iri II- '" ,Ie
pass with removal of this
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long-time Bradford County tax 'f .
onetime
Walnut
collector, the late Carl A. Knight. Street .. i' -,
"show-place. Itia."'womna'sBy ,
The .1. Above: Victorian style
graceful columns scroll
work, and well-turned balusters, .. .... ?. home, built by early Starke :4s' j.
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if duplicated in millwork today, ,. .. .' .. -...-.-.,....... ',' merchant, is pictured in titter .;..
would cost a small fortune. -. .- days.; ." '.

According to contractor tear- : : < ..:J..... .. : _, At right: Detail of curvedverandah ... ,...
ing it down, most of the lumberin with columns ami : ,'. Martha Sue McCain
the old house is in perfect "T scroll work. .t'

condition, and there is no signof i County Extension
termite damage. It was put U'.j' Home Economics Agent


together that with are flat old-style on both sides."cutnails" ........ ....... .- ..... .... ... ... .. ."-" "-' ,_.".. .. .. .. .. ..... ....' ....-'--- .. .... -. ''. J : 41
festival customs.
example of the picturesque architecture and Robert, and daughter, Ot- an operation at Hugh, between EASTER AND THE EGG Spring Red seems to be the first

A.J. Thomas, Sr.. whose tam- of this area, illus- tie, and sold the house In 1914 Maxville and Baldwin. Don't hard boil eggs for Eas- color used to stain eggs; usedin

fly moved to a homesite east trating a story about David Yu- to Judge A.V. Long, and his ter.Hardcook memory of Christ's blood.
of Starke in 1902, says he remembers lee, builder of the first railroad wife, Ruby Brownlee Long. them instead. You The custom of rolling colored

driving in from the through this section, from Fer- Title remained with the Brin- can match eye appeal with taste eggs on grassy slopes originatedIn
country to attend school (then nandina to Cedar Key. The Longs later moved to Pa- son family until the 1950's when appeal if you take care to cook medieval England and came

located on the Woman's Club latka, and eventually to GaInes- the fine old home was sold to ,. eggs properly. officially to Washington in 1810,
site) and hitching his horso in After his death, Mr. Knight's ville, where Judge Long servedon Dr. and Mrs. W.B. Parks, who The texture of eggs cooked in when Dolly Madison arrangedan
the barn at the rear of the widow continued to live In the the Federal bench. occupied it until their death. shells is affected by the heat. egg roll for Easter Mondayon
Knight home.A house until 1912 when it was Heat coagulates and sets the pro- the Captiol grounds. The egg

sold to H.L. Gray, a saw-mill In 1919 the Longs sold .Jhe$! % A tein and the egg becomes firm. roll was later moved to the
wife Mollie. Brinson fam- The property was recently purchased When are cooked at simmer-
color photograph of the home operator, and his house to the T.A. eggs While House lawn.
ily, who occupied it for several by the Library Building Ing temperatures below the boil-
carried
in the
was section of the St. magazine They later moved to Gaines- years. Mr. Brinson was a tim Fund Committee from the Parks '.' ing point of water, the white will EASTER LILIES
Petersburg ville with their two Henry with Estate for $8,000. be firm but tender and the yolk
Times on Nov. 24. 1968 as an sons. ber and naval stores man This year, as always, Easter
smooth. Cooked at the boiling flies will be at the top of the
point of water, the white becomes list for Easter gift flowers.

somewhat tough and the When the flowers fade, the

Our editorial. FarmersAs Diary yolk mealy. Fast-boiling spoils plant may be set outside, wa-
the flavor, too. tered, fertilized and allowed to
The green discoloration that grow and develop a new bulb.

if to make up for a late Alice has some flowers in pots sometimes appears between the After the top dies down In late
white and the of hard-
yolk a July the bulb can be stored In
OPINION start Spring Is busting out all :ai the entranceway that have
cooked egg results from a chemical sand In a plastic bag, until Oct-
over and the colorful azaleas have been taken over by birds.It seems reaction between
taken the lead In a parade of sulphurin ober or November planted and
that a family of Carolina wrens
the white and iron in the
shrubs and flowers that are wel- took over one of the pots as a This discoloration unattractive yolk. grown again for next Easter.
coming the season. And InStarke Easter lilies do well when
nesting place, and the next thingwe
there is an informal garden show knew, other wrens came along but harmless. Cooking eggs at planted In the ground. So, If you

Free \J' acation; Free Prize going on, with many dogwoods and moved Into the others. Thus, low temperatures will and cooling it. prefer, when the blooms are
help prevent
promptly
werving as a background for the 've now have a housing development !gone, you may set the plantsIn
to be hard-cooked shouldbe
wild colors of the azaleas. in our entranceway and we Eggs the ground Immediately or
Don't Trust 'Em, ; }H\ lIcit Out ire in the business of raising completely covered in a pan wait until the stem and leaves
with cold the water
water Bring have died back, in summer.
By Sam McGarvey\
little wrens.
o simmering and simmer Take
care of the plant as you
Guest EditorialBy 0 to 20 minutes. Timing will would any of your ornamentalswhen
Barbara Hill The strawberry plants are the best staged in the state and lepend on the degree of doneness it comes to watering and
coming into production and soon, is growing in popularity each you desire and the size fertilizing. Be sure to plant It
if all goes well, the fields will year. We can be thankful, though, of the egg. Do not let the water in a well-drained location. Bulbsin
that the take-over has been
be crowded by boll. When are done, plunge locations
with eggs that
pickers and the are continuallywet
Feel in the need of a vacation? had received from usi We never got growers will start collecting on little birds. One time we came them at once Into cold running will rotAlthough

Here's a word of warning: If you the "vacation" or the $15 back.. their Investments in money, time home to find a big flicker In water and leave there until cold. insects and diseasesare

get a "fabulous" offer for a Florida and labor. Last week some ber- The growth of the event, from the living room and before we When dyeing,, eggs, keep the seldom a problem, the small

vacation for two at a luxury hotel or Mr. Wilson made several long-dis- ries were offered for sale along its carnival status of years ago, finally thought got it would it out wreck a window the place., we temperature of the dye higher Insects such as aphids which may ...
motel skip it! Jacksonville Beach the road and the market will be to the present can be traced to than that of the eggs to prevent be discovered in colonies where
calls to The flicker had somehow or other
tance phone
in full operation soon. hard work on the part of a eggs from absorbing the dye they are feeding on new growth,
Atlanta, and Miami (some of the various large number of boosters, Including worked its way down throughthe Easter, Spring/ and the egg could cause considerable dis
If you were bilked by this come- addresses where Holidays of America, Arch Thomas Jr who chimney and when we foundit have been associated for longer tortion.

on before, like we were, you may Florida Vacations, and Play-Time Va- headed up the Fair Associationuntil it was battering around try- than man remembers. Even before The most serious result of aphid -
find
to
ing a out.
already be sadder but wiser, but if cattnnn had their flv-bv-night headquarters Next Wednesday Is the Big a few years ago. Membersof way Easter became a holy day infestations is the possibility -
the Association got the event in much of the world, the egg of the
virus
not, listen to Bill Wilson, manager 1the opening of spreading dis-
befoio
DayApril
uiese
j operators rolling and they are still hardat was associated with Spring, for ease. Since there Is no controlfor
of Badcock Furniture Store, who would "disappeared" which did result In the Fair and Strawberry Fes- work keeping it going in good the egg was s symbol of fertility this disease, the virus-af
recommend to steer clear of did tival and once again the Starke Speaking of birds, once w(. and The
anyone the five couples' trips who get shape. new life. Easter fected plants should be removedand
it off to
Rotary Club will get saw a pair of pileated wood-
such a promotion--business or indi- consulted rabbit, the Easter Parade, and destroyed
their reservations. He a Rural- as soon as they
with its
a good start peckers In our yard and it wasa
vidual! Or listen to the advice of the lawyer to see if the company or individuals Urban Day sponsorship of a bar- memorable sight, as that variety the egg all developed from pagan are noticed.

Better Business Bureau and John My- could be sued, but found becue chicken dinner at noon. The County Commission got the is one of the largest and

ers, local Chamber of Commerce, who "thev were just legitimate enough to There will be a succession of bad news at a district road meeting most colorful of the woodpecker
events during the four days of family. The birds are fairly FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM
says they're against any schemes that stay uUl.I jail. at Lake City that no sec-
will
the Fair and many persons scarce and today are supposedto
make an individual a "winner" by ondary road funds will be avail-
attend it not just once, but a be seen only In the recessesof
any type; of simple contest that has Before using the company's proposed number of times to take it all able for the next two years. And swampland. ale
this of is -
course, even worse 0
"strings attached. promotional set-up, Mr. Wilson had In. news for people out in the coun- .

contacted both the Better Business ty who have been hoping that a f'l

Mr. Wilson learned the hard way-- Bureau and the Chamber of Commerce, badly-needed road would be Don't the Fair i '

by accepting a promotional plan in but neither, at that time, spoke against Everything seems to be all scheduled for hard surfacing. But week! There forget will be about next 70 t0p1CS
so far as we can see, there is
connection with his last year's Brad- such plans. Since then, the Gainesville set for another recordbreakerand nothing the Commissioners exhibits in the commercial and

ford County; Fair booth, with the Holidayof Chamber of Commerce has warned peo- the only question seems to do for at least two years. can educational classes and of course By PAUL C. FORAKER

America, Inc. The company, he ple about such a promotion used there,, be the weather. Let's hope that hundreds more of livestock and Editor, Information Services-
says, using the Badcock Furniture and the Better Business Bureau has we get a break in that respect, all the other things that-go to
the Bradford Fair is one of making a Fair Interesting.
Store letterheads without permission issued bulletins advising all businessmen as According to the Gallup The percentage of imbibers

Florida ___ u__ Poll's latest figures 64% of varies greatly geographically -
offered a 5-day, 4-night vacation to be very careful In backingthis
-, all American adults drinkto also, with the Eastern
for two, plus $100 in "free type of advertising.Mr. We have lots* of calls each
; .
holiday vacation dollars" to 300 per- .:::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:'rr'ri:::::; .rr;.:r rti: .:;:r..s:: ::::::: :; ::: ;::::m:::. year asking about tM best some degree. states percentage having and the the South highest thr

sons who left their names and addresses Myers said he had also known FARM AND RANCH Variety of tomatoes to aet. For This is three percentage lowest. In the East 77% of all
at the booth during the Bradford ::v:::'!' garden and In the flowerbed points under the all-time adults drink to extent
had filed some
of complaints that consumers ;
$ high of 67% set back in 1945
we atlll like beef steak lOt'obiII'
County; Fair. Of these, 160 couples against sewing machine and appliance By George T. Muggins ,boy. We 75%. But in the Midwest the
accepted the offer, Mr. Wilson says, "contest offers,",where the "winner"had '"+t COUNTY AGENT that they will not wilt and we close of World War Two. It figure drops to 64% and in

and paid their $15 "registration fee." to pay additional money to obtain Extension ServicoBradford nay get some 1H or 2 pound is one percentage point under the South only 43% of the
his so-called "prize," or where he y Agricultural tomatoes' the 65% reported for population drinks.

About five couples that I know of had to supply several names of prospective 't). k i'r..r.irl.Yri If you want to have Just a 1966.The The poll shows that 74%

got the promised vacation he said, customers, or other informa- little! bit more assurance of first such poll con- of professional and business

"and a score have been given the tion. As of next week's annual County Fair opens special exh'bits. Ycuth and growing abush..nd/ having ducted by Gallup was takenin people use alcoholic bever-
manager next week and this Is not an adults are encouraged\ to exhibit! some/ rood tomatoes, you can 1939, just before the out- ages; 68% of clerical and
runaround. Bradford County Fair, he believes April Fool announcement. Wo a dozen eggs according to get some plan's' of manalucleor break of World War Two. It sales people; 66% of manual

that .all prizes.to_ be given away In want all the people in. 'this weight class and:! either brownor manaoal. The are especIally revealed that 58% of all laborers; but only 48% of all

booths will have no strings attached, wide area to know that-. white. In addition to a Possible !good for bush! type growIn Americans drank to some de farmers drink.

We're included in this latter group. and any drawings will be done publicly 1. Our Fair Is A Show Win- blue rb"! >n award there < with name given an equal dow. We are emphasizing! live will be a $S.OO award for the released bv our Exoerlmiit peak reported in 1945 and Catholics drink but only
for reserva- every
directed
We wrote, as stock projects exhibited ,by our 1946, the figure slid back
outstanding exhibit. Station called Wa1t>l'1'I.! It has :56% of all Protestants.It .
to win.
chance
tions at our choice of "luxury" motelsor FFA and 4-H youth. We wantto There also wll! be a special more res'afanc-'! wilt end dIsease again to 58% in 1949 and in should be rememberedthat

hotels, and got an assortment of show the progress that la! $5.00 award for the outstanding han alloy we have had preThJflSly. 1958 it was down to 55%, the these figures! reflect

rude replies, no replies, and one final But as for the usual run of such :being made by \the: youth of out """ "llit< If M ears of corn Garden ripe tomatoesare lowest reported anytime in only that certain people do

letter in October apologizing for Ignoring glamorous "free" offers, the old Latin County in livestock. A Fair, Ingeneral or ten sweet potatoes. The outstanding !good.Birch. the 30-year history of the drink. They have no siginifi-

us, but this was "the first warning of "caveat emptor" still holds is a show window of exhibit In !vegetables, drinking poll.According cance regarding how much'

correspondence of any nature" they trueLET THE BUYER BEWARE! American progress. fruits nuts, honey. or syrup Society' to Gall l u p's they drink.
2. Our Fair :Is Educational. will also receive a $5.00 award. latest figures, a greater pro- Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -
You cannot disagree that when These extra premiums\ ire to Courses Start portion of young persons- Program! is an official

you see something you :usually encourage more exhibits: of Next TuesdayThe those in their 20's-are apt agency of the State of Flori-
believe what you see. there- these aintcuitiiral oroducts. to be drinkers than are older da charged with the job of
fore Fair visual education people. and treatment
a is HONEY BEES prevention of
------ ---- local chapter of the John
The Bradford County from which knowledge la re Most White Dutch Clover pastures Birch Soc'ety will sponsor four Income is also a big factor. alcoholism in the Sunshine

-- tained. are in full productionand 'llm forums, or study courses Eighty-three percent of those State. Literature on the subject -

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED 3. Our Fair Is A Business may not need' honey bees starting Tuesday! March 31, at whose family income is $15,- of alcoholism is yours
'i tt Builder. It draws people It like our cucumbers' and water 7:30: p.m. in the Lions Den on 000 or more annually say for the asking. Write toFARP's
1879 brings extra dollars to town, it melons *that have just been Water Street. they drink to some degree. Information Services,

creates a turnover of merchandise planted. Poll'natton to very The series will continue each The proportion who drink Box 1147, Avon Park, Fla.,

r,4ah.Bib and that Is good busi. Important to what we call cu Tuesday night durln: April at falls off steadily in relationto 33825.

/ ;d ness. curbit crops. We are: told that the same hour. The general Income level with only
wannessFLORID6 4. Our Fair Is A Spirit Builder. : honey bees do about 80 to 83 themes will be: Subsidized! Re 46% of those earning under Local Witnesses' : .

He will guide you into> A Fair doesn't Just happen.it per cent of all the pollination volutionsThe War on Poverty $5,000 annually using alcoholto To Attend

R1ESS the truth.-(John 16J: ?>. takes thinking! planning and work. We think mainly of our : The Great Pretenss-How any degree.Percentage MeetJehovah's
cooperative effort. A Fair brings legumes and vegetable crops of men using
to Finance Communism While
communities anti! rvonl? closer alcohol is only two Witnesses from the
ASSOCIATIONJ When tempted speak hastily needing poll'nattsn. Sc'ent'sts up per-
Ostensibly Dvpoi'.ng: Die: Anarchy Starke
thoughtlessly just together. A good Fair is an Indication .tell us that wti.r'out' 'honey bees centage points from the 1939 area will attend a threa-
or stopto USA: Mo.,, Deadly Than day Circuit
\J)JE. of place to riure-rrom 70% then to Convention at the
good
/ think and listen: before act. live a more than 10.000 plants, beneficial War; and:! The Tru'h In Tims.: 72% now. But drinking Civic Auditorium: ; 1n Jackaoa
ing. If we want to say the right to man in acme way, No charge Is made for the villa, April 35.
5. Our Fair Is Fun. During among women has soared
'would fade out ci the picture.It .
words: in a perfect follow courses' and interested per. Highlight
of
way the
these days of fast living we from 45% in 1939 to 57% convention
is interesting to know that
Kditor-fubliaher
L. ;M.VT1IIKVV.S God's: guidance. Then we may sons are ,invited to attend. will be the! 3 p.m.
need an opportunity to relax. In 1969 Florida ranked secondin Sunday me*.
7hu..da and entered as Second Books and literature will be
Published earl
assured that now.Agewise
> be we do not sage on "WlthataiKta.
We need an opportunity In the production of bores''with 80% of those between the
Class! Matter at the fnsl. Oltice at Starke. Florida cause anyone-ourselves or available for sale. Pressures of Our Day"Leonard
fam
some cases, for the entire 21.27S.OOO pounds. ThisWM 21 and 29 drink; 69%
under Act of ;March 3rd. 1879. others--to feel unhappy. Say; Uy to get together. Our Fair made from 337,000 colonies Don Chtunpton, local teaser of those between 30 and 49 E. Wallace P"d1nc!

Subscription in trad,' area: 1 Har. $5.00; Outside and think that our actions are provides these opportunities of bees and had a value of :forum of the will Society Include sad! that time each for use alcoholic beverages; and minister 0' the local conn&-

trade area: 1 year. $3.50 guided by the Mind of the Special Exhibits. Ths! year 5.1 mlll'on dollars. discussions and the answeringOf 53% of those 50 and older ration said the eeaaJoons are.

'hrbt within us. we will have a place for a few GOOD TOMATOES pertinent: questions. are drinkers. open membera.to the pubacI as well as

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nuncio; Conner Leon Frame A 0 Smith Jim R
i. the Circuit Court Of The 'Jones Zeaner Newman Maud

LAWTEY ...,..In. .llrlnl A.t Per Circuit Leon Of Coualr Florida Conner L L Francis Charles E Jordan L B Nichols Bessie Mae Smith Mary Ann

Civil Florid<;... No. .70-.331* NdTICE Cowart James Floyd Fugatt Floyd & Catherine King Walter M Starling F M

By ElIZa Blanchard In Re Bond I3C.000.000, Sorlen Higher D Education Listed ,below are ,the Namesof Crawford Betty M Gay Vincent 0 Kite L J Padgett Loran Starling Thelna 6

.. State Doard Of Education Of Persons who received Homestead Crawford Kenneth Goolsby P F Klondes Bill Pappas NickParramore Stinnett Ronald E ;.-
Florida, u body under Exemption D
corporal for 1969 But Veanie
flection 2 of Article IX andaubuectlon have Not Renewed Crawford Paul L Jr Grant Pauline 1 E!: Lee Herman Store Ed
'!their Homestead
(a) of Section 9 of Pearsall
The MYF and a number of Article XII of the Constitution for 1970. If :your name Is Crawford Peach Green James A ET AL Lee Will Ralph Strobo Mrs W R
adults attended the Passion Playat of the State of Florida, .. Perry Ella Mae
on this list and! you are sure Crews JohnDampier Griffis Sullivan Lizzie
amended. Plaintiff, v The State Billy Lefter Clarence W
Lake Wales Sunday A-
night Of Florida, et al. Defendant. that You have signed for 1970, Prevatt E M
Belle
dults were Mrs. H.E. Priest, Order To Show t Cause Please William E Griff ;jrofan D Lewis Joe EST Terrell Lulu
Disregard
Mrs. Richard Carter Mr. and To The State Of Florida Same. Remember Davis Alice Prevatt J D Jr Thomas Elmer
Griffis
Through Ito State Attorney OfThe April First as the Leo Llpgette Rosa EST
Mrs. H.C. Kelly, Mrs. Eug jje Flrnt. Second. Third deadline. Davis Proctor Mealy L Marian N
Dorsey L & Eloise Griffis Mildred Morrell Thompson
Starling, Rev. and Mrs.Don Den- Fourth, .Fifth Sixth Seventh Loper George Wilson Jr
Purdue Essie Lee
Eighth, Ninth. Tunth Eleventh, Davis Milton Griffis Sam Todd
Melton S Lawrence
ton. Mrs. R.N.Traylor, Mrs.Ar- Twelfth Thirteenth Fourteenth, Martin Gary Ala
thur Gaskins, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. ;Fifteenth. Sixteenth Seven Baker L Z Davis Mrs Inez A Gunter David Me Cain Martha Sue Raulerson Mae Tyson John .EST

Duck. Those of the MYF were teenth Twentieth Eighteenth, Judicial NineteenthAnd Circuits, Barber James Lewis De Sue ClarenceDe Halbert Ralph E Mc Cutchen Sam Rhoden Bertha May Wade Hattie EST
Lamar Priest, Chuck Norton
And The Several Property Ownex. Rosier V
Bobby
Brenda and Donna Carter, Deb- Taxpayer And Citizens Barber Melanase Sue Leo Sr Hamilton Mrs 'H H Mc Kinney Roy; Wainwright James
Thereof And Of Alachua Day,
bie, Ricky and Tammy Starling, Bradford Broviird. Broward. Barry Dr A J Dell Annie Jane Hankerson Dan Mc Millan Pathine Rosier Jas Walker Joyce Lee
and Mike Gaskins Citrus. Collier Columbia Dada Rosier N B
Randy Wayne Mrs
Wainwright, Debbie and Sherri Duval. Eicambla Highland. Bell James Austin Dell Ernest Hodges Emma Mc Murray CMcCoy White Maurice J

Napier, Dean Norman and Dale Lee HIlUborouRh., Leon Madison Jftckeon.Manatee Lake, Bennett Mary N Diggs John Hunt Allen Elizabeth EST Ross Lee Calvin William T Smith

Traylor, Cindy Duck Teresa Marlon. Monroe Okmloosa, Dyal Horace 0 Hunter Ed Rowe Carlos & Celeste
Orange Palm Beach 1-'ln&lIa., Bishop Warren E Mc Carthy James H Williams Arthur
Gaskins, and Tammy, Tod, and -Polk Putnam, Rt. John, St. IMcle Edwards Mildred A Jenkins Sarah EST Rowe Vernon L Jr
Tracy Denton. Sarasota, Setnlnole Suwan- Brewton Joe & Viola Me Millian M 0 Williams George
Voluila nee Taylor Counties.Washington Florida., and In. Brown Jimmie Ellington B I Johns M L Jr Miller Jack F Sr Sacks 5:F W Dr Williams James F

Lawtey Home Makers Club met eluding NonResidents Owning. Brown Julian B Ellington Leon Johnson Edmbnd ET AL Mitchell Islee Scarce Henry W Willis Jesaie Mae
Property Or Subject To 'raxa.lion
with Mrs. O.J. Boyett on Thurs- Therein And Other Having Carter Milton D Eunice J S Jr Johnson Winslow R Mosley Earl E Sherman William H EST Wilson John H
day morning with 17 present Including Or Claiming Any Right
Silcox Vernon
a visitor and the Agent Title Or Interest. In Property Carter William V Farber Gary A Jones Douglas A Mott Maude Wright Oscar
To Be Affected The Issuance
Miss Martha Sue McCain. They By The State Board By Of Educa. Childs Leslie K Felton Willie Jones Roy James Nettles D E Simmons Cornelia Raymond
made plans for for the lien Of Florida Of Not Exceeding
an entry Smith Austin C Sr
fair and for the Style Show on Bond 193.000,000::: Series Hlger D HereinafterMore Education Clark Linda M Jorsyth Vasco Jones Willis Jr Nettles Mrs D C Smith Fred 'f aDk.tGENE LONG

April 23. Following the business Particularly Described, Or
session the hostess served refreshments Who May Be In Any Way Affected j&
Thereby:
The State of Florida' the State. Attorney; of the; ,
First Second Third Fourth, tIr
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Fifth Sixth. Seventh,
Grace United Methodist: Sun- Eighth. Ninth. Tenth Elev-
Twelfth, Thirteenth,
enth.
day School 9:45: a.m.; Worship Fourteenth. Fifteenth Sixteenth
services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Seventeenth Eighteenth, Ninetaenth e
MYF, 6 p.m.; Choir practice Circuit amt of )i said Twentieth State and Judicial the :- ) LEIOWIR
Thursday evening 7:30. several property owners taxpayers .- ;
First Baptist: Sunday School and cltlsens thereof and crqI1sTIr ,
of Alachua. Bay, Bradford 111'"- ,
9:45 a.m.; Worship services 11 yard Broward C true. Collier, r DISCOUNT fTOREi
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Training Columbia. Dade.,. Duvnl HllUbormmh.Escam, ule .. GETTER
boa 4
Union 6:30 p.m.; Mid-week ser- 'koO.I..t 'kn., Lee, Leon Mad.' PRICES QUALITY
vices Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Peon. Manatee, Marlon. Monroe, 'C. / ?y;, e"
,
Oka noaa. Orange Palm Beach
Church of God: Sunday School Plnellaa Polk Putnam St. Johns, \ ,
e r
10 a.m.; Worship service 11 a.m. St. Lucle Sarasota Seminole, Silwannee. ..0HWH.." rt
and 7:30: p.m.; YPE Thursday, Volusla. Tavlor.Counties Waahln..ton, Florida. and In-,, master chargeOM. # *
7:30 p.m.Highland. eluding non-residents( owning r / IN""MO U.. '
Baptist Sunday School subject to taxation
: i
%
thereinyand other having'mr D/fCOUNt StORtf :
9:45 a.m.; Worship services 11 claiming any right/ title or Intersst .
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Prayer meet- In property to be affectedby '

ing Wednesday 7 p.m. followed Board the of Issuance Education by of the Florida State MEN'S DICKIE MEN'SLEATHER LADIES' LADIES'
by choir practice. a body corporate under Section .
1 of Article IX and Subsection! '
PERSONALS; of(a)-the-of Section Constitution 9 of of Article the State XII Jfl.A MEN'S I WORK PANTS DUSTERS \ JAMAICA

Friends are glad to know that of Florida, as amended, of
Mrs. Ola Starling is home again Higher Education..,,Bonds. principal, Series PERMANENT PERMANENT PRESS 8" BOOTS f r 100% cotton SHORTS
after several days In the hos- aamnunthof note exceeding- 135.OOn. .. With shape/set. X-IT, 11.. Snap front, k U
,particularly and soil release 65"%" Goodyear '
pital. .000. hereinafter more PRESS DRESS two pockets 100% cotton.
We are also pleased to note In described any way or thereby to be are affected 1' : : cotton 35"%" poly. welt. Short sleeve Matching belt.
that Guy Futch Is recuperatingat hereby required to appear before PANTS Shape/set means: No Oil resistant styling I inattractive Wide variety of
Leon County ironing or shrinking. ,, soles Tan
lheClrcultCourtof
home after treatment In the Florida, In the Second Judlciaf, X-IT means: Launders only. : prints patterns, colors.GIRLS' .
hospital. Circuit of Mid Tallahassee.State at FlorIda the- FAMOUS MAKIR easier andcleaner. :;:..w. .1 Sizes Sizes 10 to 18. \ Sizes 10 to 18.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W.F Courthouse In .
17 day of April 7 12.
on tho NAT'LLY. SOLD AT 4198 to YOU SAVE Sat YOU SAVE 2Uli
Moore had all of their childrenand
o'clock
.. at eleven ... YOU
Fred- and show prey"rs 10.00 to 12.00 PAIR V
grandchildren except
: h.cl\'b".m 'ZnhII: ; In SAVE
of I
die and his family with their the above proceeding should not. "New SPRING Shipment" 2.00
for a family dinner get-togethe: be granted and the bond thereIn 1 1
in honor of their daughter, Mrs. described!the" Plaintiff and the proceedingsof heretofore Famous Fabulous Maker assortment pants in of I ::-., /
Pete Todor, and two sons who taken authnrlzlns the I"-8 I e 6
j solids, plaids & checks. i re e 7
enn'flrmed.Said
left Tuesday to return to their thereof validated and
bonds lOr.. dntexl May 1. Sizes 29 to 46.
home in Ghana, Africa to join 1970. bear Interest nt not exceeding rI

Mr.Todor Todor has been and son spending Jeff.. some Mrs. the rate date of/ of Inters the Bale authirlied of the:lawful bonds on I MEN'S CUSHION CREW INFANTS' PATENT DRESS :< DECK SNEAKERS f

time here with her family. payable seml-annually on May land Comfort construction.
Miss Elizabeth Terry returned are In November the aggregate 1 of principalamount 1a' SOCKS SHOES ) Popular colors.Cushioned .
Wednesday after ten day visit exceeding $15.-
a of not *
annuAl S-T-R-E-T-C-H arch.
In Black. T-Strap. Cutout
and mature
with Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick 000.000 1
installments on May 1 "f each teas.O k White & colors. Sizes 10 to 13 vamp. Sizes 4 to 8. Sizes IT/ to 2.GIRLS' .
in Tallahassee. of the yeArs 1971 to 2000. Inierlbed' t
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs all All more fully .!*- t d t YOU SAVE 175 YOU SAVE 6I< YOU SAVE 4551A9
the Complaint filed EAGLE LIQUID BLEACH
In
and Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs hereinnd the exhibits attached
and daughter Terry of Jacksonville thereiO
;
This Order 1ta1l he published| Makes mildew and odors march fuJxrdM
spent Sunday with Mr. and Section
In the manner required by F ; roar 3/100 I I
Mrs. A.D. Dobbs. 75.0B. Florida Statute.. In Fine quality, full strength bleach.
Joe Lane, son Edward and the aforementioned cnuntieaDone
n.t Tailabaaeee *
And Ordered Use for machine or
daugher Karen of Deland were Florida this 12th day of O hand laundering.
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Selma March 1970.

Eunice and Mr. and Mrs. J.H. W. May of the WalkerJudge Circuit Court PLUS St DEPOSIT MEN'S J
Eunice. Mr. Lane is Mrs. Selma !. For Florida ._.... GIRLS'SCOOTER

Eunice's soninlaw.Mrs. MonCKUTIFlCATRIt I la hereby certified i that WORK FI ((1 JI
Hester Hicks and Mrs c01 nies of the foregoing Order PLAYSUITS
Glenn Shuford and children were and th. Complaint referred. totherein to BLEACH GLOVES (
henn furnished
have
visiting in Jacksonville last Fri- the State Altr>rney" of the Flr..t., IIV 4 100"%" cotton. SKIRTS
day.Mr. Second ThlrI.. F.llI1hth.Fourth. Ninth Fifth. 1 GALLON On. slze fits all, Shoulder ties.
and Mrs. Bobbie Pearsonof Sixth Seventh Tblr.too.h. \,
Tenth Eleventh. Twelft" Shirred waist. r : The all cotton
the State Farm visited Mr, Fourteenth.Sixteenth. Fln."th. yy Elasticlega.Sites .
"Sports Swinger".
and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and family Seventeenth Elgh- CANNON CUTUPS
C1 *
teintn. Twentieth suerS 3 to 6X. : A cunning creation
on Sunday.Mr. Ju lilrial enCircuits "f the '' Splat ii{j.j.YOU .' .' for little swingers
and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand its "f Florida" bv mall this f3
children Jacksonvillewere IJth**day of !If"....... A. D 1970. Bargain packages of 8 Oz. 1 in bright, attractive
-a.. A. T., Or..nrl..I" colorful hemmed towel Cotton 1 prints. Sizes 3/4X.
visiting Mrs. Lois Carter on ARNOT.n t. fREE .tELD
Sunday.Mr. Attorney for Plaintiff dx. pieces. \
and Mrs. Coleman Phil- 107 West Florida tract19 i Handy for washing, SAVE 384 ti; YOU SAVE 59*

lips and children were visiting Tallahassee. $. :t 4.1 drying, polishing PURPOSE
Mrs. O.J. Phillips Saturday eve- ti and cleaning. 88

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PTA NEXT WEEK Lannote OK

Hampton Elementary PTA is NEW BOOKS
scheduled to meet Tuesday next THERESSABy As Tobacco
week, at 7:30 p.m., in the school AT THE LIBRARY
By r. D. K. BDI4 cafeteria.
Dorothy Mills
v.. .... Phone 473-1518 PesticideLannate

CHURCH JWS PERSONALSMrs.. Nelson Carter Joined her ADULT FICTIONThe a new pestle
Miss rma Sweeney who husband here last we ek.Mr.Car- been approved by the 1
works withe Child Evangelism ter has been staying with Mr. yellow Gold Of Tiryns. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH partment of Agricultureon
Fettshlp In Brazil will and Mrs. Mike Peeples. Osborne; Venus With Pistol-- Telephone 473-4188. Sunday Florida tobacco en
be guest a youth rally at Pfc. Jerry Brown left Jack- Lyall; The Seneca Hostage--Ger- School, 10 a.m.; Morning Wor- substitute for DDT at
Hamptonlptlst Church tonight sonville by plane last week for lon; Pawn In Frankincense ship 11; Training Union, 6:30 it was announced Tuesda
(Thursdal at 7:30 p.m. Miss Camp Pendleton, Calif., near San >Junnett Laughing Policeman p.m.; Evening Worship 7:15;Wed- Although' it was notlmily
Sweeney native of Hampton, Diego, where he Is now stationed Wahloo; The Anderson Tapes-- nesday evening Prayer Service, available here, I
is at pfnt on furlough from with the U.S. Marines. Mr. and Sanders: Nunquam-- Durrell; 7:30, with choir practice after- County Agent G.T. Hugs
her mlsjn In Brazil staying Mrs. W.K. Brown took him to Bless The Beasts And Children-- ward. local dealers hould have
with he ster and brotherinlaw Jacksonville, after a recentleave SwarthoutTR: A BiographicalNovel by the time it Is needed.
In Qesville. here with his family. About Theodore Roosevelt- NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB Florida tobacco grow
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest Gerson; The Cloister--Strind- The New Life Bible Club for been advised against us
Rev. fly Pipes of Jackson- and.son Bobby of Miami visited berg The Keeper Of Antiquities students in grades 1 through 6 since several foreign chad
ville wf guest speaker at the --Dombroskil. meets every Monday after schoolat announced that eta
his Mrs.
mother T.F. Brown,
'Jtfay morning for the
church
the the mobile "Children's Chapel" 1973 all tobacco used 1
rvice. Mrs. Pipes ac- over weekend. Bobby remained ADULT NONFICTIONMan
worship
at Hope Baptist Church. factured products they
for a longer visit. Mrs.
him to Hampton.
compact
shall '
Brown honored not contain more
her Gordon
son
Rev..ad Mrs. Melvin Hamel Weest with a family dinner on Is The Prey--Clarke; REV. PACKHAM SPEAKERIn part per million of res
Twentieth Century Interpretations the absence of Rev. W.A. either DDT or TDE.
I attended Bible Study at First Saturday celebrating his birth-
I Those of Endgame--Chevigny; Hogan, First Baptist Church, The USDA said that I
Baptis hurch in Okeechobeefrom day. present included Mr.
Music In The Classic Period--
Starke who unable. be must had
and was certify they r
Way through Thursdaylast Mrs. Weest and Bobby, Mr.
Pauly Folk And Traditional Mu-
; Merle
present as scheduled Rev. pesticides containing
w.. where Rev. Richard and Mrs. E.L. Brown and chil-
sic Of The Western ConUnents--
dren Packham, pastor of Hope Baptist TOE on their 1970 tobacIf
Whlppls pastor. Dr. A.E. Wil- of Hampton Frank Brownof
Nettl After Your Heart Attack--
; Church, was the speaker at they want to be elli
speaker for the Bible Orange Park, and the hostess.
son w Guild The
Unperfect Society--
R.L. Brown ; the Monday Holy Week Services participate in the stab!
conferee.Sundl was taken to Brad
Guild; The Unperfect Society; luncheon sponsored by the Starke program.
ford
County Hospital In Starke
April 5, Is Homecoming -. for treatment last week. Beyond The New Class--Dilas; Ministerial Alliance at the First 'Commissioner of Agr
atampton Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs. Concepts Of Space--Jammer; Methodist Church In Starke. Doyle Conner asked tin
J.M. Baker and
and I. Jimmy Hinkle of Shi- Music In The Medieval World--
children of Orlando have been Seay Music In The U.S. A HIs-
loh Yth Ranch will be guest ; : SYMPATHYThe
visiting her
Mr. and
speak at the morning service. Mrs. R.H. Parker.parents. torical Introduction--Hitchcock; community was saddened

.:--.._-, -,........_-_._-, Patterns Of Religious Commitment by the death of Arthur Gnannon
W\t iJi" --Stark; Congress V. The Saturday. March 21. Funeral
Supreme Court--Berger; StoryOf services were held Sundayafternoon -
Rock--Belz; Girls And Sex-- at Etionah Baptist Church
Pomeroy; The First Hurrah-- near Palatka, with interment at
a KNOW YOURFURNITURE I O'Connor; The Diligent Destroy Eureka Cemetery. Mr. Gnann
ers--Laycock; Surfboats And had lived here for several years
Horse Marines--Bauer;Whistler and was well known and liked
1 Landscapes And ,Seascapes-- in the community. Sympathy is

I t.' Holden. extended to the widow, Mrs.Flo-
'
\ rence Gnann, and all other re-
JUVENILE FICTION latives.

87 BILL WILSON 1'i Sympathy Is expressed also
Duel In The High Hills--Cath- to Mrs. R.M. Mersey,Jr.,grand
'r; ONLY THE RICH erall; Sasha, My Friend--Corcoran daughter, and other relatives of
; River Patrol Jeffries; Mrs. Julia Johns of Starke; who c
.J KNEW THE TIME OF DAY
Outside
Steele
Journey -- ;Scuttle. died Friday. March 20. Funeral
The Stowaway Mouse--Soule; services were held Sunday afternoon -
Portrait Of Ivan--Fox; Angry at Jones Chapel in Starke

Before 1600 you saw a clock only in a Waters--Morey; Sam, The Mln- with interment at Ben Sapp Ceme

public building, or the home of a very .1# uteman--Benchley Leg--Pevsner; A;Ghost Break Named A tery. Mntury Our flnMt QuiJilv...*In

wealthy man. i Fred--Benchley; The Hating

Book--Zolotow; The Hairy Horror PERSONALS
ft Trick--Corbett; The 14th
' Saturday visitors of Rev. and
,t.f But with the 17th Dragon--Seldelman. Mrs. Merle Packham were Mr. Sleep it up on the i
fi Century Machine and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr. Air Back Support
Age clock began to JUVENILE NON-FICTION and Eric of Salt Springs, and foam over exclui
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips and cradle you to alee
'. pour out of factories Bailout--Dwigglns; Salt,Sugar Billy of Mlddleburg. ious gold Damask
in many new styles. :;, And Spice--Buehr; The Tiger ..and"Health Ce
> There was the BirdCage i J1 Schaller; Culper Spy RIng-- Enjoying lunch on Sunday atthe vides extra suppc
It; Clock the ';'!\ Groh; Winter-telling Stories-- home of Mr. and Mrs. Billy most.

t. Banjo. Bracket and h; Marriott; City In All Directions Breeden were Rev. Chet Wamp-
Grandfather Clocks }' Adoff; Freedom Fighter: Casi- ler and daughter of Jacksonville

to name a few. The > mir Pulaskl Abodaher; The Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips and
Grandfather Clock in M Birds--Peterson; Earth ThroughThe son of Mlddleburg; Rev.and Mrs. A NEW SPA(
Ages--Carona; Galaxles--
Merle Packham, Misses Pris-
its tall case was one Aslmov
The Sun And Its
; cilla Dodd and Donna Sparkman,
of the handsomest
Family Adler Colonial
-- ; Pennsylvania and Ron Romay.
Con"lructed of Oak ; :J --Wai lower; Knights In
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'. '-i or Walnut, its face Grandfather clock b>, Armor--Glubok; Practical Les- David Grlffls returned to his
and dial J. Wilder sons In Magic--Hawkesworth
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were ornamented home Friday after completing his
The Atlantic Sea Of Darkness-- r, r
with cherubs.Bodcock. :
Guard
s six months basic National
Masselman The Declaration Of
; training at Fort Jackson, S.C.
Independence--Lengyel; 'A Cavalcade Mr. and Joe Hagen of Bald-
of Goblins--Garner; The win visited Rev. and Mrs. Merle
Art Of India--Glubok Mosquitoes Packham after attending the eve-
--Ripper; Five Kidnapped In- ning service at Hope Baptist
dians--Molloy; Numbers--Gar- Church last Sunday.
flnkel The Zoo BookGarfinkle. -
and APPLIANCES .
FURNITURE Recent visitors of Mr. and

Joe Wiggins spent last week- Mrs. L.K. Childs were hernephew -
end in Jacksonville with Mrs. J.M. McClellan of Ocala
rhn It the I""f'nh,. In". S""f" c...y II.B. Wiggins and Mrs. Eve Men- last Tuesday afternoon; Mrs.Ellen i-i
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.-Uhl I0.7 b. 1 .1 tl.rry C. 'n< l
.. '," JABs afee. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wigginsof Bethea of Jacksonville and
''l ;''>','''>a.x+pr'IP'IP..4';.H" '.:.... .. \I Jacksonville brought him home Mrs. Ruby Bethea of Washington, LL'tt
Sunday. O.C., on Saturday; and Rev. and t

""'J' "',"I'J""J. s$*?I".r',Fiiwi'py Jff00,;_",:7 ., Mrs. Frederick of Palatka and
t' ,""" ? ');>{'.'Yr;.- ':' ."'' Mrs. Bob Humphries of Ft.
Pierce on Sunday.
X -*- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. JamesD.
I l' : :: Phillips Sunday afternoon was

THOMAS R GARTLAND Manager her uncle, Harry Jeter of Haw 'I
and oart-ownei Of Hobe Grove thorne.
: Associates in Hobe Sound Florida Harold Mills Jr. visited his

i irrigates a 4,000-acre citrus grove with I father, Harold Mills and aunt,
electric Dump tc lift well wate' into v Miss Dorothy Mills, Thursday
ditches He reports "We nave forty afternoon, enroute to his homeat St.
13.,11Y, Call
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are well pleased with the push-buttor- a business trip to Winter Haven
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K to approve the use of Lannateon Fair MidwayTo school children to attend the
flue-cured tobacco In Florida Fair during the free admission
since It had already been ap- hours. Discount ride tickets,
Free
Have
D proved for use by growers In now being sold In all county
North Carolina.The .
schools, will be honored All
new clampdown on DDT Acts 2 i Rides
four days of the Fair.
and TDE must apply to this .
Fair Manager John Myers reports
hase year's crop Conner said, because Feta Briggs, owner-operator that all exhibit has I
space
U.S. De- export tobacco Is stored of Pun Zones, located at Crystal
been sold well in advance 'Of
lire for use and aged from two to three years River report that 21 Hides. .
the The
Fair opening date. exItibU
before It Is used In
cigarettes. including seven kiddie ride,
crops as a I
buildings contain 80 ex-
and TDE, Last year, Florida growers will appear on the midway at *
habit space with additional:
sday. produced over 20 million pounds the Bradford County Fair and
paces located outside of the
of flue-cured leaf which sold for
Immediate- Strawberry
Festival. April 1-4,
1lu11 over $15 million. Sixty-five to 70
Bradford at the fairgrounds la Stark
ugglns said per cent of Florida's flue-cured Other midway attraction Emphasis has been placed
tobacco goes Into the export mar- on bazaar type atmosphere for
ve a supply will include ten additional con-
ket, Conner said. the commercial exhibitors
Bd. ceanloiu. as well
owers had Bradford County growers are as the free which not only allow but encourage
midway acts dailY
using TDE starting to set tobacco plants, featuring floor sales during tao
I countries and pesticide applications will famous performing artists from entire four-day festivities. A
the
starting in be needed within about two weeksto Sis Top. wide range of interesting ex-
d In manu- control budworms. It is Friday Apr. 3. will be children's IMb ts, tooth commercial and
ley Importre claimed that Lannate is effective day with no admission educational have been arranged I,
than oneresidues in controlling this Insect, charged .to the fairgrounds for to attract all age groups attending t:
of as well as other uses such as any child until 6 p.m. Brad- the Fair.
control of flea beatles, horn- ford County schools will be II
closed on this daffy which to
at farmers worms, and cabbage looper. I
d not used Conner said tobacco growers scheduled as a teachers pteonnlg CARD OF THANKS
DDT should get In touch Immediatelywith day. This will allow all The family of A. Cecil Ellla
I bacco or their county agents for proper ravish to thank all the wonderful -
eligible crop to use of Lannate. The manufacturer eral days after application. friends whose sympathy
tabilizationlgriculture says It Is Initially act- Although It does not Irritatethe and kind service did so much I
ive as a contact Insecticide, and skin, It Is poisonous If swallowed toi help that It also controls Insects feed- or Inhaled and should be God bless you. The wife mother '

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Charity Henley,95,414 Thursday : ;iiil li1lIIM.. ti .
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Bradford County an* w4 lived '0. "' \ 'A<. .,", m', .'.'.. d'. --
In this area. all of her life. She .
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was a member of the. Cminratlonal \
Methodist Church.. CHURCH OP CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST TRESBYTERU ':

Surviving are three. fewtitsrs. fsnmcn or s..41f711.. aUFTSfZ Sunday Bible study 10 a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Sunday! School 9:45: _m.
: Mrs. Slllsr Center Mr./-.n JESUS camzar 01 Morning Worship and Commua- EveningWorship. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.'ath,
y Northwest 11 m. ;
This 1962. Station Wagon fWita. ear> wffl be the 0*T LATTER 1 ep Oft .lag Worship. a. ;
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Grlffls and Mrs Victoria Cadle DAY'AINTs .. ion Service 11 a. m. Evening Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir ic-
La, Prayer
.. >1' 7:10: p. m.;
Prize at fair booth next week. 1404 B.: :
Sweepstakes library Besstat
ill of Stark; three IIONt Melvin Dog4 ....... Worsatoh0I! .WiS- services, 0:00.Wednesday: kUetihg. 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday t i.ce. Wednesday 8 p. m. .

Ilenlay and Calvin ......,. 1404 last Baesent 104eundafPriesthood NIa'lst Service M.-.Rejv.. Worship auvia T -Rv. J. C. Saund:I's, pas-- Rev. Robert D. IIhl
Prizes To Raise Funds Starke; and Malcolm Rosterof JR. L. Bennett pastor. p. m. Minuter Jack p. BU. 1_
Jackpot Bradanton; one brother. Calvin f ao ems. rMORtAN 110AU'CHAPEL: GRACE BAPTIST CHUR !
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Criffls. Ralford; 43 grandchildren Sunday School, 10 a.ml. Sacra Su.nday-9:4J: : a. m. SoJidiy '
103 great grandchildren merit 6 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School 11:00: a. nt. Morning/ Highway 100-A \I'Sundflj !

For New Library at Fair Next Week and 25 great great grand M'oncIayMia 7:30: ...... Sunday Cohoof. 10 .. m. Msr CHURCH Worship 6:00: p. m. T1'aln.ng School, 10 am. Mi-

children. :"laddqPrtm.ar7 4:90: ..... lag worship U e. m. Pre-Ser- Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora* Union, 7:00: p m. Evening Wor- ing Worship, 11. Trainingn-

By Mrs. J.W. Klncald struction of the building an now Funeral services 'were held Wednesday Relief toclatr. People vices ,(Booster and Prayer Band Service Tounc), a log Worship at 11. Evening t trorshlp Wednadday-7:1U, lon, 7 p.m. Evening! Wori

In the making. The Flea Market at 2 p.m. Sunday In the Fin 7:10 pm.IO&D.UI. 7. James 8bav.LROOKSCI : : Prayer Ser 8. Wednesday Prayer Meet,
m. treeing Wor hlp. 7 p. Ill.MI4..eek
Interest Is running high as being supported by donations Grove Methodist Church DIAl p. h-.. vices. let and 3rd Wednesday 8pm.I Rev. Don, Drat,
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citizens of Bradford County; watch from friends of the library and Ralford with Rev. Loreaio Crlffis rr ., Service. Wedisadsy.7a. tught 1:00: p. m. Family night. Pastor I IKINGSLEY :.
the demolition of the Parks house all Interested parties is progressing aad. Rev. WU1U Crew. I fciciatlng. a tIn' .f I_ MIS : ... .. a. $ DrSIL p. p.. SAPntV OavatCHOOB8IL \ '

rapidly taking place. George nicely. Anyone who Intern. ** was ... Me U. >. Illt .... .. .... -. -... -- .. fla.R 'AtTMrk Baptist Church LAKE.BAPTIST
Ricks was high bidder for the would< like to donate to this wor- church cemetery under direction $11n. Lt 1V. ... W01gteMol / ... Jtn Tempi" ,s.Ur.uaaay ...day'Scaa.l. ':41 a.m.; Morn. !
Train
School: 9:30
purchase and removal of all thy cause may it be clothes, of Jones Funeral Home. MIHe e... WerOp Ot'." .0. BAPTIST CHURCH / Seaeol. It a.m. Ron lag Wnhli, 11:00 a.m.; EvenIng Sunday : ; nil
10:15 M or
buildings on the lot. shoes hats or any item of bric- .. *. it .... end T .... Preps (Uaway 100 at Th.rtatal) Bristol. 8ua.rtnttndnt.: TrainIng Worship, '7:00: p.m.; Wed. Union : a.m.; II
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The Bradford County\; Library a-brac kitchen utensils, etc.-- Wm. T. Wasdin er. Service 7:90 ,.In. WisaseJar.Veroy Smday SchcoU-10 a. m. Union. 6:45: p.m. LowellDouglas. Prayer: Meeting and Bible Sludr :Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Meett<
Building Committee is to be com- Director. Worship 7:00 Study Book olPxtlma. ship 7 p.m.; Prayer
please send to Mitchell's old Olive pastor; M. L. Morning Worlhlp.-l1 a. m. p.m. on
mended for its fine work in raising drug store building next to Lei- Services HeldIn 0rimv .Ilaloalete ,....... Training Union ::30 p.m. Service. 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern C. J. Sheffield Pastor't 7:30: Wednesday.: ; \ I

funds to purchase this pro o la's, or call Mrs. John Sandersat Waldo Baptist Evening Worship.-7lS: p. m. Outlaw musts cI1rector.HEILBItONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert Wee!

perty.; WPXE and someone will call DEDAN a.\P'I'Jft' a&vaaI Wednaetfay Night Prayer. Ser BAPTIST

Fund-raising\ projects for con- or pick them up. VROOMR vlcee-1:90: p. m. Rev. Merle CHURCH.HIGHWAY 16 N. ;NSW:; RIVER BAPTIST |
will also have a boothat William Thomas Wasdin, 90, .... Wr- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
They Sunday School le pacUtam, pestor. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. .Sunday School) 10 .a. m. MornIng
the Fair sponsored by the of Waldo, died Friday March 20, hip Services 11 ajn. and T Morning W 'ahlp. 11. Txalnlog Sunday Service: Sunday Worship.; 11 a. m. Training
STARKE Community; State Bank. A jack- In a Gainesville hospital after a p.m. Training Union 4 p.m/- GRAHAM IIArTIST CHURCH Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service School 9:45: a. in. Morning Worship Unicn, 7 p. in. Evening Worship. !
pot of prizes will be on displayat short Illness. lie was born In Rev. Lacy Conway pastor.. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mora- 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ber- !\ 10:4: : u. m. Evening Service 8 p. in. Wednesday night ser
the booth and will be given Pierce County Georgia on Oct. 8:30: p. JM. Midweek Service weir
vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone
Worship, 11 m. and 7 .ice. 7:30. ,
BUSINESS lag a. p. : Wedneiday! 7:15: p. m.
away at the close of the Fair. 17, 1879, the son of the late Putor ; come-L. L. Parker, pastor t i
m.Rev.. Fred John, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe.
Those donating articles for the Hiram D. and Ellen Gill Wasdin. CHURUI; OF GOD -Charles Reese minister
jackpot are: 1962 Chevrolet station He retired farmer and 422 N. fit. Clair St., Stwke.. : WLrLrLnM I
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DIRECTORYAUTO Stanley Noegel electric had made his home in Alachua Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship
wagon ;
knife, Badcock's; radio County; for the past 50 years. Services 11. a. m. ,and 7:30: p. l Ii1 flfi fl fij j fA jB! : r. :: ]' i S

SERVICE Gay's Appliances; $20 gift cer- He was a member of the First m. Prayer Meeting Friday. 7:30:
tificate, Leila's; rod and reel Baptist Church. pjn.-Rsv. V. W. KUd, pastor. .
Starke Builders Supplies; elec- Surviving are two daughters.
Gilbert S. Brown tric coffee maker, Sears; two Mrs. Estelle Cunter Waldo and mart ASSEMBLY OF' GOE: LOOKING HER BEST FOR

ice chests, Coca-cola Bottling Mrs. Evelyn Brown Trenton;one OF STARKE

Standard 011 Service Station Co.; $5, Dr. Florence Jennings; son, Eddie Wasdin. Waldo; three West Weldon St. and Ralford

ATLAS Coty; gift set, Koch's. brothers. Math Wasdin Graham; Read Easter i.i a Jay of conquest. a day of new life". a day
TIRES BATTERIES You may obtain information Rob Wasdin. Demmlng. N.M.: School 10:00
Budget Terms Road Service these items from the local library and Alvin Wasdin of Mexico; Sunday : : a.m. of beginning .This i i. the day that our Saviour arose in I
Senrlors
11:00: a.ra. C. A. : 7:00:
Flea Market two sisters Mrs
PHONE 964-7071 Badcock's Equella Roberts
407 N. Temple Starke Charley Johns Insurance, Martina and Mrs. Millie Fogg both of PA. Evangelistic Serviott.Wedneadaar mighty triumph over the grave. This is a day of joy _

Sue McCain, Gladys Thomas Starke; U grandchildren and 13 vice. : No I c-W..r- a day to remember. a day to attend services/ S
and Mrs Russell Norman,chair- greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
HURST'SSHELL man of the Library Board. Mrs. services were held Peatory T..B. OUley in the church that our Lord loved so much, but even r y .

C.A. Knight is chairman of tic- at 2 p.m. Monday in the First
kets. though we all want to dress up and look
Baptist Church of Waldo with SMYRNA AIISSIOXAMY: I
Service StationGas A total of $156 was realized Rev. Robert Murphy officiating. BAPTIST CHURCH our best for this special day it is not C
from donations on the afghan Interment in Santa Fe Ceme- .
was .
Oils Lubrication (Iio33 W. Pratt St. Sunday .
Ser .
Monarch Tires Batteries donated by Mrs. Jay Alderman tery with De Witt C. Jones Funeral 'Ie..: Sunday School 10 a. m the most important part, for God
of Hampton. Mrs. Mildred Fan- Home incharge.Acttvepall-
ROAD SERVICE Preaching 11 s. m. Training does not look on outward. .
cher was the lucky winner.It "his _
bearers
301 and 100 Starke were grandsons. Jnlcji, 3:43: : p. m. Eveulc; Worship ..- -
is hoped that everyone will but looks
7 p. m. Everyone weloonve. appearances t
i/
show a keen Interest In promoting Kingsley Lake ,'
Xlder A. O. Flynn. pastor
the heart.
this worthwhile on
very pro- / y
ject for all citizens of Starke Sunrise ServiceA / ,

and Bradford County.; CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS '
Sunrise Service will beheld! CHURCH \\N'l1ft
at the Kingsley Lake Baptist / "
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., I
Mrs. Julia Johns Church at 5:43: ajrm. on Easter r
Morning Worship 11 a.m.. 'rfiaAFx'
Sunday, with Grace BaptistChurc'hi -j- !
Services HeldIn Joining In the obser Youth' Service 9:30: pjn., EvenIng /j.

Jones vance., The pastor. Rev. Don Worship 7 pjn..rThuraday .
ChapelMrs. "
Drawdy, and his wife wilt bring night Prayer' Meet. !':S ...'
tag .7.30; PA. :
;:
special music. '# .
t'y ,
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CI.fC1l1 ,
Ask I Julia Whitehead Johns, The public Is Invited to at Ivy Lute. Pastor ..

86, of New River, died Friday. tend.
March 20, in a Starke hospital
Charley i after a short illness. She wasa CARD OF THANKS NORTBSrpE BAPTIST The Church Is God's appointed agency in this world j i

native and lifelong residentof Words cannot' express our CHURCH for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and I
E. Bradford County; and. was heartfelt thanks to all our !Eunfay Morning Worship. 9:43: : of His demand for man to respond to that love by I

the widow of Henry Lester Johns. friends and relatives during Sunday School.' 11. Sunday loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the

John She was a member of the Christian our time of Borrow due ''to the Evening Worship pjn.TrainIng love of God no government or society or way of life

Church. loss of our dear husband and Union, 7:30.: will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold .,. '
Thursday Teachers and Officers
father for the beautiful flowers -
dear will Therefore froma 'I
About This Question: so Inevitably perish. even
food and othsr acts of Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer
Surviving are three daughters :Meeting. 7:30.Edward: selfish point of view one should support the Church .
kindness.! We can only 'ar Ooi;
'I 1 read about the nearby Mrs. Juanita Andrews, and Mrs. i C. Harvey, pastor. for the sake of 'the welfare of himself and his family.1leyond \ i
bless to all of you' and thanks
Flora Bell Nettles, both of Lake
that, however, should uphold
of clothing every person ,
burglary a pain. Mrs. Ann Gopdge and M
Butler, and Mrs. Agnes K.Mann
store and fortunately the Ocala three sons, W.N. Johns son Bill.MADISON. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL and participate in the Church because it tells the truth i
; CHURCH, STARKE about man's life death and destiny; the truth which / I
covered by Alachua Alvin P.
$1400 loss was ; Johns Hampton .
and Beland Johns Lake But- Holy Eucharist. 8:30: *.m.. alone will set him free to live as a child of God.
insurance. Does a Mercantile ; STREETBAPTIST
ler one sister Mrs.LydlaJohns, tat 2nd. and 3rd Sundays. 4th I
Package Policy Ralford; 17 grandchildren and 12 CHURCH 8uD ay, Morning: .Prayer. e...... Ad.. So"'.. ... '
; Sunday Stool, 9:45: a.m. $ .
; .:
losses "
rover such burglary great grandchildren. Church School 10 ".m. Family
Morning Worship at 11. Youth
or is special" insurance re Choir Practice, 4:30: p.m. Youth Service at 1U Wtfi 8Sg 8 1

quired? Funeral services were held Fellowship" Supper. 5:43: ; TrainIng -

at 3:30 p.m. Sunday In Jones Union. 6:15: ; WMS Prayer CALVARY BAPIBT CHUMfH
Charley E. Memorial Chapel with J.C.Brown Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship

Jr., minister of the Starke First 7:30.Wednesday: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn
JOHNS AGENCY Christian Church officiating.Interment RA OA, Sunbeams ing. Worship, 11.Training Union, I t
was In the Ben Sapp 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 8:30.: Evarrfrw Worship 7:30.: WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
Walnut St. Cemetery at New River with 7:30.: Church Choir Prac BRADFORD
131 So.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral\ Homein Poe 8:30.:
I SUPPLIES Inc.
Phone 964-5070 charge. -Denton Sumrall, pastor" JEWELRY ABSTRACT CO.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST: ,

'- _.....:....-_ .- .- .-:11.... ........ .-.-..... -. -....... .............'...... ..... ..... - STARKE Better Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware
................................. Sunday Easter- Sunrise !Service Official Claju Ring Complete Paint Suppliesand

.. In our Sanctuary.: 7 a.m.: DiamondsBULOVA Title Problem Sporting Goods
Easter!: Pancake Breakfast, WATCHES
sponsored by the UMYF for Abstracts "Check With Us First" t:
their Camp 42 W. Call= St. Stwke ,
Fund 8 a.m., Fellowship -
: TRY : 219 Washington St.
964-5270
] Hall: Church School. Title Insurance I
Phone 964-7064
e S 9:45: ; Easter Morning Serviceof -

.. Worship 11a.m..; MYP 153 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
Snack Supper, 6 p.m.: MY!" ,
: : :M ,tlnlfs, 6:30: : Evening Worship STARKE 66'8SERVICE ?

8 p.m. FAULKNERGULF
V = e lMondayGIrl Scouts. 3:15.:

Tuesday. Brownies, 3:15.: Ph. W4-72S.:. SERVICEAND
Bin Edward* I
-r
E : Wednesday Children's Choir
Rehearsal. 3:30: : Library Onen: Tire Truing '
Prayer Meeting and Bible ,C;
Headlight Adjnaila .
= "tudy" 7:30 p.m. .$
U-HAUL RENTALS
A Thursday Youth Choir Re- Brake Service ;

Rehearsal 3:30: ; L'brary Onen., Wheel Balance sad Truck Trailer
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BANKING earal. 7 p.m.: Chancel Choir Alignment --

Rehearsal, 7:30: ; Girl Scouts Carl Hunt Phone 964.6111 Complete Lubrication

3:15.DeWitt: PROMPT ROAD SERVICE '24-HR.'.WRECKER; SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups'
4 S T. Farabee.. Jr.
Pastor. All Minot Repair 1011 N. Temple Avenue

Zip codes speed your mail; our zip .17 N. Temple AT.W Stark 'Hlway 301 and 100 "HONE 964-5899.

banking (by mail) speeds your banking. .
FIRST BAPTIST CHVRCB.STARKE Starke
tlO S.
Take a couple of minutes to bank here eS Temple -

from your home or office first taking Opportunities: of service: BRADFORD COUNTY

Sunday. -EaSter Sunrise Ser.vice TELEGRAPH F ORlDA
a couple of minutes to ,
7 ajn., First United
.
Methodist Church Sunday
;
OFFICE SUPPLIES
S ASK OR WRITE US FOR FREE School: 9:45: ; Morning Worship EDWARDSGrocery ESt 4ONTOL
at 11 "He Is Rlsm." TYPEWRITER
; sermon
= BANK-BY-MAIL FORMS TODAY! : f rS
Easter
Training Union. 6:15: ; And Market
Cantata. "Golgotha." by combined ADDING MACHINES: !

i Youth and< Adult Choirs. Feed .
Groceries Meats Oarfrj CD.
Monday -Youth.Choir Practice -
7 p.m.Tuesday PHOTOCOPIERS: from PUO GAS AND OIL
Junior and PrImary la M35. Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call S. Starke Fla.

JFLORIDAi Choirs 3:35: ; Junior GA of paper work.- Jack and Gladys Edwards
Phone 964-5745
for
meeting: 4:15: ; New River Baptist LEGAL FORMS.rAYROLA. FREE
U. S. 301 South Starke
5 : Association Executive Com. Inspections and Estimates I

tnlUee. 7:30 p.m.Wednesday .Family Night -- ENVELOPE PHONE 964-6312

Federal! Insurance Supper, 6 pm. Prayer Meeting I CLAY
Member Deposit Corp. and RA meeting 6:30: : Teach- Y ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc.

the Florida : ers and Officers Meeting 7:15: ; 'Owaed By Thoet W. Serve In Twelve] Northeast Florida Our Members Live
One o 5 30 Banks or National Group Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: Counties "Helping Better

eeeeeeeeeePAGE ... Thursday Visitation. 7 pm. Electrleally"-Key.toae Height Phone 473-4911

'10 TELEGRAPH ..::.:; MAR. 26. 1970 -.. .-


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May Be SAVE

Eligible For 4rI

VA Death Pension

Children of deceased veterans
who had 90 or more day. honor I
able war service, may be entitled SAVINGS
to VA death pension, even though
the widow may not be endUed.
Ther term "Death Pension" applies
if the veteran died service connected causes Many
I
dependent children are not draw
ing this benefit according to M.T.
I Dixon director of the Division
of Veterans Affairs because no
claim has been made in their
behalf. If more than one year RO
elapses! from the date the vet- O ES
eran's death pension claim is
filed, a retroactive award can-
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not be made. However, entitlement
may begin from the date
VA receives the claim.A QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

child's pension benefit, according STOCK UP .. a" Prices Good March 26April 1st.
to Dixon, is governed EASTERALL
by the annual Income, not in excess NOW FOR USDA GRADE "A"
of $1,800 per year but
does not Include his earnings
Thus, a child may work as much WINN-DIXIES WILL BE CLOSED BRAND YOUNG BROADBREASTEDURKEY
I as desired, without it affecting
his VA pension. Minor children EASTER SUNDAY
under age 18 and dependent chil- ,
dren over 18
attending
schoolare USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF SHOULDER
endued The VA pays the .
first child $40. per month and
$16 Dixon for said.each additional child, Steak 99C

For Information on this and
any veterans affairs, write to SUNNYLAND PURE PORK.REAKPASTLINK
P.O. Box 1437. St, Petersburg, .r QUICK FROZEN, 17 LBS. AND UP

Fla. 33731. SausageUSDA $199

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m> Clvralt Cn. Of Br**
Lord Co..,,,, Florida .
Ca.. No. +i"e'r'+auwwNrwlw"'
MbRTOAQE FORECLOSURE CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF BONELESS DELMONICO W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE SEMI-SONELESS C-Z CARVE LB
3mm. William RotwrtiKMi :Jr.
and Bertha Robsrt.on his wife. $109
Rib Roast
Plaintiff, v.. Llnwnod Rudolph Steaks $159 L'.
Scare, and Roger Henry Scare,
.t al. Defendants.NOTICE .
OF ACTIONTO
: Rover Henry Scare W-D BRAND All MEAT STEW OR GROUND -
IK Park Avenve n
Danville. Vlrjrlnla 14541 _
You Are Notified that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on. Chuck *.-$1"
County.pFleriDday! : ; ? In Bad.Begin ." BOB WHITE
at a point when the
Eaaterlr Boundary of Lot *0
of Woodlawn Intenect, .the W-D BRAND PURE GROUNDBeef REGULAR SLICED HORMEL CANNED

Road Northerly 1SS and Boundary run West of alone State $ .
the Northerly right-ot-way line 5 279
of said roM a distance of 820 Frt&I
feet for the a Point Point of of Begtnnlnw.From Beglnn4ngthus HAMS
dewrtbed continue Went
alone the Northerly right-of-way
line of mid. road a dtatanc of USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF
104 feet parallel: thence to run the Northerlyand Easterly BONELESS CHUCK ROAST lb. 99c or Bone-In Chuck
Boundary of said Lot eo o>f
Woodlawn a distance of 10?
feet: Menthe run Ruterly and Roast LB. 69CTHRIFTY $
parallel Northerly rlchtofwav -
line of Bald State Road 3O
1ZS adlMnce of 104 fret; thence
te
parallel
the EastlBoundarand. of said Lot
60 of 'Woodlawn. a distance of //
log feet more or less, to Point
of fflnnlne lying In Lot .0 of LB. CAN
Woodlawn a* per plat thereof
1.npnaarlnr Page 17.of and record In the In public Plat Book record 4
c* Bradford County. Fl.- ;J_<
Ida Township and I being South In ,Section Rance IS St. t
Est In Bradford County Flor-
>Ida:
ha. been filed\ Mt lnt Tom
and Wnwood Rudolph Soaree-
and add other person clalmlnrnnv
Interest In ald propertythroutch .
De- '
Henry W. Scarce
cefiii-d. and you are reoulred t... MAID LB.
serve> a ropy of your written 4e-
tn It <*n TheronA. - -
fensoH If sny.
Yawn Jr.. Plaintiff ...ttlie" _-
whose address. I* P. O Box
J40. Bturke. Fhrlda.. IIOU, 6" SUGAR THRIFTY SLICED or HALVESPeaches WHITE ARROW
or b.fnr. April IT, "TO .nd file GALLON C
the orlirlnal. with Mm Clerk of . 4 &; $1 Bleach 29
Cnurt either before .er,,lc* e e e . JUG
this Plaintiff attorney orlmmedlatelr Limit I with 5.00 or mo,. purchase secluding cigor.tt..
on thereafter: otherwise THRIFTY MAIDTomato LIPTON(clue OFF)

you a default for the will relief h. entered demanded aralnst I.t tth Sauce 1O&;.0&s *lPineapple Te... Bags e . .I' .T. 99CASTOR
< rVrnitjUlnt.I ,
hand and the seal
Wltneio my THRIFTY MAID WHOLE SLICED O.CRUSHED
Seth car of
M of((8fnmen rrti this 1IT6.Court' this I a 4 CANS No.2 *r Fruit Cocktail 5 CANS' $100
1' Green a* Clerk Of
$,M Court THRIFTY MAID CUTAsparagus DIXIE DARLING LARGE SANDWICH
Rr Beutsh M. MoodyDeputy 539, No.300 $ Loaf Bread 4 I'h.LB. $100
Cleric 3 l
Mf o f.? CANS . LOAVES

THRIFTY MAID CUTGreen DIXIE DARLING BROWN A SERVE TWIN OR

JacksonvilleBusiness: Beans 6 CANS $100SOUTHERN Flaky Rolls . 4 sst: :: $1

BISCUIT SELF-RISING OR PLAIN DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON FRUIT OR

Flour . . 5 spa 39e Pecan Buns 3 PKGS. $100 '

LILAC WHITE.PINK OR YELLOW

Bath Tissue . 4.0LL PKG. 39C Napkins . 3'SS"': $100

DirectoryAuto .
THRIFTY MAID ALl FLAVORS BIG ARROW WHITE OR ASSORTED

Fruit Drink 3 CANS 89C Paper Towels. 4 RoLS $100 t 1./

Sales and Service ASTOR ALL GRINDSCoffee /

Parrith Motor ,


SALES GOLDEN

IEaVlCE YELLOW'j

PARTS limit I Cod. of your
choice with 5.00 or more
Always Used U*.4 Can purchoc..scludinp cigarvnss. ananas

til Lars It. n. W-MM

CHASE AND SANBORN

ELECTRIC MOTOR COFFEE is 59e 1-LB.CAN HI-ACRES LB.SUPERBRAND .

,
PEAVY Brother
ORANGE
Electric Co., BRACK'S AU FAVORS SHERBET or

Motors MM ''Sr39e Ice Cream Gnu: 59c
Electric Eggs . JUICE .
RepairedCenemttcr's
Sold Serviced Armature .....CH.U ELL FINE LINE FROZEN

Rewinding.; Starters Bird PKG.:: 65CFOILED 9 01 39c
: :
Eggs.
4044() Lenox Jax. 3874528 __ Asparagus PKG.

CHOCOLATE

PIANOS YAMAHA PIANOS Easter Bunny SIZE; 73cDECORATED Fruit Pies 2 SITE;. $| 00

CONNOand KIMBALL STANDING 399.: URGE FRESH HEADSLettuce t

Rabbit I-LB. yR'::;199 2 HE"'DS39c
,. SIZE .

FARLEYJEUY FLORIDA FRESH CROWN

Bird Eggs. PRO i is.: 33c St'berriesWASHINGTON 3 PINTS $| 00

..... >SEASTERBASKETl.49orMATTEL STATE EXTRA FANCY RED or GOLDEN DELICIOUS

Basket $!Z99 1.3 $100
Easter Apples
E.... FOR

"SWINGER" _.._........................... '
KIMBLL ||UM JIM SHOfSTSINO W U.S.H*I MOU1AI

ORGANS' EXTRA Ti li EXTRA ,,Potatoes a 2 ''-' M0 1 <> Potatoes .10) ::0 69? I Ex..RJ.'J ( I EXTRA

aveil MaJl-3118..ut. dY( GREEN STAMPS I I J.'J-(-GREEN....-STAMPS---.. ,itOMAM, HASVIST.,..CHIUID' M.._GREEN__STAMPS__.. JfX.,s-.uu GREEN saw STAMPS w..sew w ;,

I ONt P-KO W OCHOPMO : TMMI Pe01OOID Cheese Pizzas :Mo 99C Orange Juice 3 ma $1 1 1In0IYI I '.01 CUP ,' TWO 101*INSTANTPotatoes riovASrO I
WESTERN:' STORELITTLE II slipSt.ok.Nee "'110Onl.n AlMIffO PALMrMINTO I
Coot wasp VOUNO TINDIC Ch.... .v I
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Western Clothing IPatel.
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(ooda. Saddles and Trailer : ....... Candy. \ i iI
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parallel line he Northprlrllfht./ said cause. snail proceed eKpane. : R. Fftshbansb.As said County to the CountyJlldA'A
of-vmv of iw-ld Stnte Road Lucille Eetat. Bradford County.Florida. ,
the of
I. The Circuit Court. ElglrtkJudicial Administrator *
125 adlntnnoe of 104 feet : thence Witness my hand and seal of Circuit In And for M. Pcnnell. dee.a..d.Firat at M" office In the
run Southerly and parallel to mild Court thin 17th day oC: llruururil Cou.u'. Flurlua.Avduu of Flossie publication, March :ZS, court house of said County at
the East Boundary of Bald Lot March A. D. 1970, at Starke.Florida. DivorceCuue Starke. Florida with six: calendar -
For
CommunityNews HO of Wondlawn a dlctanco of No. T41Juun : 1970. 8-26 4t ..1. months from the time of
208 feet more or lean to Point (SEAL) tKuuntaln Cunningham, the first publication or this notice. .
of Beginning lying In Lot 00 of Inmim D. Green ConntfJmCtgf. demand shall
Plaintiffvs- Paul. Donald Cunningham The Con et Of The Each claim or
icle Jn Woodlnwn. n. per plat thereofappearing As Clerk of the Circuit Court Defendant. I. Drn.lfor CoMty. FU>r- be In wrltlnsc. and shall) state
of record In Pint BOOK For Bradford County
In And .. of.reetdence and the poet
aboutensus 1, Page 17.Bradford and In Tonntv.the public FlorIda records Florida. The Name NO'i'iCUIn of The State. Of Ida In. I.re r ..taVe'cf Date O. Pens piece office address of the claimant .
: o-f By Beulah M. Moody shall he sworn to by the >
and .
Section FloridaTO Dee.pd.
and being In 11. A. Deputy Clerk 'n.U. Persons nt. his attorney
In the and his a*
Starke The Defendant All CrelitorS elalmant
5 $nuth. flange 22Kant : 3-19 u 44 : To
Township demand
Demand claim or
such
above-named cause Paul Donald Claims Or and any
Having
FlorIda -
toVndreu
Bradford County.
ing In be void.
"la"
residences filed
Cunningham whose Against Said Estate! not so
: filed aa-alnst. you In The Court Of The CnnntrJudiie. 1IUU UoutliwODd: Road (Vestairlu You and each of you ";. Lucille E. Faelibauuh",
an An- and haS been Unwood Hudolph Poire* Brndford County Flor- ) Blrmingliam, Aiauama. l 9216. hereby :notified and required demanlswhIch I topresent Administrator Pennell ft d..rllued.Flr.t the Estateof .
Probate.Lt claims and Dnle O.
In the Ky Elizabeth Givens Walker and add other In persons Bald property claimingany Idii. In re: Instate of Flossie M. You Are Hereby Notified thatsuit you.any or either of you. may publication March 26,
greatStarke Interest De- Fennel), Deceased. for divorce of the marriage Inat lateaof 1970..
Scarce acne
through H"nryV. rennlred toserva To All Creditors and PersonsHaving between you and the Plalntltf. havePenn dec : 3-20 U 1-18
) - -
:; censftd. and you are written defense Claims or Demands Joan LrftFounlmn Cunnlngnam,
of
Green RECREATION NEWS a ropy your It on Theron Against Said Estate: has been filed against you as -
with Leo DeSue In charge. *. If any to You and each of you are here Defendant by Joan LraFountam -
a.m. attornev
Legla- Plaintiffs
The annual Easter Egg Hunt A. Yawn. Jr. notified and required to pre Cunningham as Plaintiff In the
I IMeln. 11 a.m.; Morning Worship.Speaker whose addren Is P "?Box by claims and demands Court and cause,
sent any above-mylea I
be held Friday morning,, ,
will 32091 on t
David Horne Instructor S40. Btsrke. Florida either of you, to fUe
An- Mr. file which you or and you are required SCOIT'S
uy and
27 at 10:30 the Amer before April 27, 1970 ; ofFlovtue
March on or have against' the estate defense or answer to the
33C AS- ican Legion Recreation grounds. of Santa Fe Junior College the; original with the Clerk serviceon of may M. Pennell deceased your Complaint, as filed therein with, ;
levelo- Gainesville. Remarks by Llllie this Court either before late of said County to the County the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn
will be Toddlers to or immediately
The ages Dell. Plaintiffs' attorney Judge of Bradford County and for Bradford County,
5 6 and thereafter: otherwise his office In: the Florida 320-
four old. Ages Florida at Courthouse Starke.
,born years At 3 P.Jn..Opeoing Hymn by the a default will be entered aaalnntyou of said County at thereof upon -
copy
courthouse H. and serve a
7 years and group three 8 yearsto for the .lief demanded In within six calendar Barton
e town Choir 'Prayer by Hosey Hawkins Starke, Florida Plaintiff s attorney t Mobile Home Sales
fifth grade. the rnmplalnt.Wltneea months from the time on T. Douglas, 103 North Main
y. She There will be prizes givenof Starke.'Selection from the my hand and the aenlof the firm publlcrtWon of this no Street P. O Drawer. 1228 Gain
reu at Choir. Solo. Mrs. Alene Wai- this Court this 21th day of tice. Each claim or demand esville. Florida 82601. on or before
Easter rabbits made In the March 1970.Inm etmll be In writing. and shu.1'' April 17th, 1970! and, Jf va
.U'))atThey Ceramic class at the Recreation king;,Speaker. Rev. JamwLFlowers (SJOAL) state the place of residence a'nt!! you fall to dt> so, a Default
'i. FalatKa. Selection from ..n D. Green, as Clerk of post oflce address of the claimant Judgment will be taken against .
center. Bald Court his agent his attorney and for the relief demanded In
the "Choir. Collection:
to St. All parents and guardians are Jerry By Beulnh M. Moody any such claim or demands not the Cotn.pla.lnt and thereaftersaid t r
with Clark W.T. Holland. Remarksby Deputy Clerk 80 filed shall be void. cause shall proceed ass
asked to please cooperate
3-26 4t c.n Fashbauffh
Lucille 13.
Mrs. Catherine Dean Rev.
of ,
res the management of the Recrea- As Administrator 'Of the Estate Pawtne.s my hand and seal ot
;of. the for the best inter- L.J. Perkins. Reports from of Flossie deceased. said Court this 17th. day ot
tion enter
9, was Class Leaders. Closing Rev. r.I" The Circuit, Court, EluMh. First publication March 28, March. A. D. 1970, at Stark.
est of the children. Judicial cirvutl, lu And Fur 1070' Florida.
j rasa Flowers. itriiiiiwril County. Jfciorliiu.Action 3.26 4t 4.11 (SEAL)
vice In Class Leaders: Mrs. Carl Tv- Fur lltwrceCase Green tl
NAACP MEETINGThe Mrs. Gloria Mack Leo De- N... T4J In The Court O* The ConalrJudge i. 'c.erk'of. the Circuit Court.
regular meeting of the son, Joan. a'ountaln Cunningham nrnilford Count Flurtiln. In And For Bradford County.
GreenrAsh. Bradford-Union NAACP will be Sue, Mrs. Mamie Tyson Miss Plaintiffvs- Paul Donald Cun- In Probate.In 1'1orld.' .
r Lillian Cummings, Albert Tyson HUiKdum, Defendant ret Estate of Dale O. Pen. By Beulah M. MoodyAs
held Wednesday. April 1. at Eli-
NO11C12: nell. Deceased Deputy Clerk
,rother zabeth Baptist Church In Lake Sr. and Willie Dell. In The Name ut The State Of To All Creditors and PereonSHaving 3.111 n 41.'
listed Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. Florida. Claims Or Demands tS'RLOIN
All members and friendsare
;itarke. Butler. Davis The Min- TO: The Defendant In the Against Said Estate:
Invited. Leroy pastor. above-numed causa Paul DonaJd You and each of you are In The Court Of The Conntr
ut ten There will be a called meeting inters and Deacons Auxiliary to Cunningham whose residence hereby notified and required to Judge, Bradford County Florida -
in the Mount Slant Baptist Assn. will .1s 14 tluuthwood: toad (Vesta- present any claims and demands Jn Prolinte.
Thursday night April 9, at via) Birmingham Alabama. tei- which you or either of you. mayhave In re Estate of Flo ale M.
Bethel Baptist Church, Starke. convene at Jerusalem Baptist 18. against the estate of Dale Pennell Deceased. SLASHCHUG
Church. Olista Fla., March 27-. You Are Hereby Notified that O. Pennell. deceased lAte of To All Creditors and Persons
All members and friends are In 29. BTU will be held Sunday., suit for divorce of the marriage said County to the County Having Claim or Demands t I
vited. between you and the Plaintiff, Judge. of Bradford County. Against Said Estate:
March 29, from 5 to 6 p.m. Joan Lafounluln Uunntngnam, Florida. at his office In the You and each o-f you ore here COSTS
Visitors always welcomes-Mrs. hat been flied against you as court house of Raid County at by notified and required to present ..
CARD OF THANKS Defendant by Joan Luf'ountainCunntntrham Btnrke. Florida with six lutlendnr any claims end dema.. "
Mrs. Bernice Morris wishesto Raynell English Reporter. as Plaintiff In tha.bovemyled months from the time of which you, or either of you,
Mt. Zion AME Church. Rev. .. Court and cause, the first publication of this no. may have against the estate ofFlossie
Ity of- thank the many friends for There will and you are required to file tice. Each claim or demand .shall M. Pennell. deceased. Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now
: their thoughtful expressions dur- J.A. Gillyard pastor. your defense or answer to the bll In writing, and shall state Into of sold County to the County -
peUtcourt ing her Illness In the hospitaland be a Community; Easter program Complaint. aa filed therein with plnce of residence and the postoffice Judge of Bradford County. and SAVE!
the Clerk of the Circuit Court nddress of the claimant Florida a this office In: the
home. May God ever Bless Sunday starting with Sunday In and for Bradford. County, and shnll be sworn to hv the courthouse of said County at
ion 30. each of School at 10 a.m.. including; the Courthouse, Starke, Florida, 34091 claimant his agent his attorney Starke Florida, within six cal Our Low Over-herd Means avins For Tool
you.CHURCH ,
thereof claim or demand M:
upon such time
in the following Churches: Philadelphia and serve a copy .and anv endar months from the
Plaintiff attorney. Barton not so filed Bhnll bw void the firm publication of this no- U. S. 301 North
vil Deise ACTIVITIESThe Baptist Church of God In T. Douglas, 103 North Main Lucille\ E. FatihbnMfth tice. Koch claim or demand Phone 964-6857 -
isBrad Christ, Free Will Baptist, and Street. V. O. Drawer 1228 Gainesville An Administrator of the Estate hall be In writing and shall I
21st Anniversary of Plea- before deceased.First and ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET
, Florida 32601 on or of Hale O. Pennell. state the place of residence
sant Grove United Methodist Mt. Zion AME Church. At 11 ; April 17th, 11)70 and. Jt I publication March 26 post oflce address. of the cHaimunt -
, usingtetenee Rev. L.J. o'clock there will be a Missionary felt fall to do so, a Default 1910. his agent his attorney and
Perkins pastor. will be taken againstyou 3-28 Ct 4-U demand not -
The Judgment such claim or
: The program will be renderedas service. At 3 p.m for the relief .demanded. In any so flied shall be void. 5,
follows: Church School 10 Community; Easter Program will 'th. Complaint and thereafter

be held which will terminate -- -- --,err------------.------e -------,-------------- ------- -
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services for the day. rI
The Easter Egg Hunt will be

held Saturday at 5 P.m. with I AGAR'S I 1

NESVILLESS Linwood Crawford in charge.
Greater Bethlehem Free Will 1 1
OR RIB
1 I 1
Baptist Church, Rev.JasperWIl-
lama Pastor. Sunday School 1 FOODFAIR

9:30; Morning service at 11;Eve- CANNED 1 STEAKSFRESH 1I
! Directory rJng service. 6 p.m.Monday night 1I

Choir N6n"Rehearsal; Tuesday

---- night. Choir No. 3 rehearsal; 1
and Ushers Board No. 2 will 1 I 1
GARDEN SUPPLIES
'aUng meet; Wednesday night, Prayer Ii 09 1

r Meeting; Thursday Ladles Cir- I HAMSBONELESS.ALL I $1 LB 1
CIIfJ
Johnson & Far!*, Inc. cle. Friday night Prayer Band I

Ie Meeting. Saturday night dinners I 1 SUPERMARKETS i
will be sold from the kitchen. I
SEEDS PLANTSInsectlcides --------------------
Metal -Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Greater Allen Chapel AME i MEAT.NO i 1
Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins Pas-
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FLA.GRADE \
FRESH .
There has been week of
tor. a 1 _
We Rent FerUIber Spreaders services going on. Preaching 1 69 I A 1

lath Tel'. 224 N.W. 8th Vlt. S78447C each night Tonight (Thursday) 1 I when Savings Count...

12 Rev. Levy Lennon will preachfor $ I FRYERSWHOLE COUNT ON US!
the Sunday School. Friday SLB 1

GLASSLIDDELL night Choir 1 and 2 will have. ir\
I
charge. I I II j BAGGED I I
PklCIS GOOD THROUGH
We respectfully request
your
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OBILBCJC Glass Company cooperation The Saturday Youth In Church before all efforts.will the rehearseon second I I I I LB.29C II II I I quantity rips** ...,--.t.SLICED 1I


"OI M For Every Porpoae"Store and fourth Sunday in each month.
e4 CalTrades..
Front .Mlrrora
The Senior Choir will rehearseon

e Tub Enclosure*-Shower* Tuesday before the first and CHUCK "ANn., .ID' SMO.'. 'YNI TASTI SARMIR GRAY IIAN MIAfYFRESH 1/4

2185301I / Furniture Tops Glass Replaced third Sunday. SIMI BONEUSS CHICKENROAST
SLICEDBACON .
." ..... .,.r.' ,, o. PORKBUTTS PORK LOINCHOPS
, IncA EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE ROAST HAMS

NEW LOCATION Easter Sunrise service will

' 1228 So. Main Gainesville begin at 5 a.m. All members and baH-tf' J ....0........ $
58CLa ..".. .. I' LI Be 1.99RICE 59c
99'
earl 3724191; 1102 Sunday friends School are invited 10 a.m.to The attend.pas. Elf R ..0...0...... BOX 6' PKG a

rviceItsa HEARING AID tor and members will go to

) Mt Zion, Lawtey, to hold ser-

11288'L gOlnemlQ[ -cafeoltlJ\g\ vice at 11 a.m. Easter worshipat
3 p.m. which will terminate

services for the day. ... ..
Jid Co. AZALEA "t COD OR .DG" 0' "0
The First Born Church of The COUNTRY' StYLI COCKTAIL SIZIPfUID

! ....... Tests Living God will sponsor an Eas- KNOCKWURST- PURE PORK PERCHFILLETS DAISYCHEESE A DIVIINIOSHRIMP
rcuryHville ; ter Egg Hunt on Friday March

81. & 27, at 5:30. Children of the neigh- El

borhood are invited to attend. < SAUSAGE "ASH 5 LB PKG.

Service 12oz PKG 4'9 -' MOZIM LB 39 C L. 79c

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Custom Fitted Hearing Alto Iw TT County.>. ClrmM Florida Conrt O<: Brndford ';"'

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106 E. University Ave. Gainesville 1IIOn.TO.o\GF
Ji'nnrrt n.rmtqJames
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ford WEAR And Bertha Iuuerte..o ..4-. isle
Plaintiff., vs. Linwood Rudolph Lady Scott ...-PU." Mueller's
kvalllabl NONDAIRYPREAM
FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE: Scarce. and Roger Henry Scarce WITH ilMOM JUKI ALL VEGITABLI
et al. Defendants.NOTICE FACIALTI55UE ELBOW :;
A FULL LINE OF OF ACTIONTO KRAFTMAYONNAISE COOKING ARONISllf.
: Hoeer Henry Scarce MACARONI
rlA Lingerie Dreuea Slack 138 Pork Avenve CMICKIN OS >P NltHSTOCK.U COMII CMAMI*
Tops Beimudas Bathfavr Suits Danville. Virginia 24541 OIL

'ARTS/ EXPECTANTLYYOURS the You following to Count Are foreclose>.Notified' fc.onui property a mortgage:that In an!Bradford action on .OXIS 1oon. 4/$1 QJ 55eu.e 4a.. 69Can '3 a."KG. $1 2/25


Begin; at a point when theEasterly
INC. Boundary of Lot 60
(ZEDIAT
of Woodlawn Intersects the
Northerly Boundary of State I I fI .
7M W. University .0tIJ1. S.F.J.C. Road 123 and run West along I cms CELLO I IARIY I "
/ the Northerly) rlffht-of-way line I TINDER WRAPPEDCARROTS ALL$70111 IT'S 'N THE BAG"KING I
of .ald road a distance of 820 I YOUNG POLEBEANS I CLOSEDCASTERS
MEN'S WEAR feet for a Point of Beginning.. (.BANANAS
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STAG 'N DRAG along tho Northerly rlght-of wap
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r. Arrow Shlrit PI....".. Ske Tlounnary of said Ix>t of 80 209 ofWoodlawn t. BAOFRESH !

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I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE I Im" For Friday Set March 14 From Geneva Farms; (Jut! UnBorn!


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Former Clay County Sheriff Thre 'white rn.-n are under jhargeul'th' the theft oweN:
Eastern Star Chapter 279 held ((2,000 bond each, charged: with -Will-am Haimah. 26, Route I,
John
P. Hall who served! as
Keystone / it's tenth Installation of officersfor :left (Jl four registered '
Committee Sets Work-Study sheriff longer than Any man Angus Box 205, M ca.nopy. vIlarley
1970 Saturday, March 14, at salves from 20 MW-
in the history of FlorlSa.. died Geneva/ Farms, Tandy Dull, ,
Hi/itesl 8 p.m. In the Melrose (Keystone) jporated by T. W. Baker & rose. *:
Tuesday in Green Cove Springs
Masonic Temple. Following the Son* at Lake Geneva. William J. Harrell, 32, lloute
By JIM Session Sex Education Apr. 14A at the ace of 73. entrance of the 1969 officers, The fjalvea
Please Phone in Your I on Sheriff Hall retired In 1964 retiring Worthy Matron Grace were stolen dui 2, Box 321, Windsor.
lag the '
afternoon
after serving! 36 years In office Keeth formally opened the cere : rof March 12 Hannah ana Harrell were o 1'>
work-study! Jotnt: Committee The Joint Committee is e
LADIES INVITATIONAL Forty-five members and wives meeting will ,be held at 7:30: posed of secondary principalsand In addition to serving> as friends and members of Three
Thirty-two area golfers par- attended., p.m. Tussiay: Apr. 14, In th; the formerly School Board' ;herlff.. 'Mr. Hall was engaged< the respective officers'families, but the. fourth Is still Cove' Sprints. -
ticipated In the Annual Keystone School Board room at Green appointed Jay committees, dn the cattle and Umber '-busi md then expressed her feelingsat missing. Value 'cf the four !was Clay County! Sheriff nndnsw

Heights Ladles Invitational held ROTARY CLUB Cove Springs to discuss to "Th3 Joint Committee will ness-and served* as presidentof having served In the East estimated at $500. Murrhee said the men woulfIbe

at the Keystone Golf and Country Former'resident Dr. Jack what extent if ,any, sex edu- make a valiant' effort. to- resolve the Bank Of Qreen Cove for the past year. She had the Arrested by the Clay County arraigned In Cloy' Count

Club Tuesday and Wednesday Creighton, who now resides In cation will be taught In Clay the quest'on.! to what ex \Spring's. He had extensive! real unusual privilege of advancingto Sheriffs Department and Circuit Court At an early date.

March 17 18, accordingto Penney Farms, was guest spead- County School' Kraius: 912.A. tent. If ,nr.v. ..all sx echica-. estate holdings: in Clay County. the high office In the Order

Tournament Chairman Char- er at the Kesytone Heights Rotary D. Buck, moderator of tha tUrn ba taiistit :in grades 9-12/1 Surviving are his son J. P. while Jessie Mae Hicks of -

lie Head. Club last Friday. Joint! Comm'.ttse'! emphasized Mr. Buck .said. "Th& committeewill Hall Jr.. two daughters, and Gainesville Chapter reached the
Local golfer Vonclle Ketch was Program Chairman Freemont that the meeting would be a not determine the scihcol his..wtd,w. Worthy Grand Matron of the

medalist for the 36-hole tourna- Tolles Introduced the honored work session composed of tha policies .butwill: merely Present Funeral )iservdces will ,ba held Jurisdiction of Florida. Advancing ( VOICE of theSPORTSMAN

ment with a first-round score of guest and welcomed him to the lay and professional persons crtil.'n statements! of guide at 2:80: p.m. Friday' In the Conductress Mattle Lee

81. Mrs. Ketch received a trophy club's weekly business meetingand who have 'been appointed 'by lines to 'The :iferhool:: Board; members .- Methodist Church, Green Cove Kingsbury In behalf of the 1969 li';

for this distinction durt-vg luncheon. The title of Dr. the School Board ''to clarify !this who will latsr set up policies Springs. Interment will be In Officers, presented incoming \.
the social hour and dinner heldat Creighton's speech was "World Worthy Matron with her gavel. : liy MIKE CIHTTYHI
subject and will deal 1 only with to lire followed, the moderator Hickory Qrove Cemetery
the clubhouse on Tuesday eve
Peace Through International Un-. grades 912.recenUy /said. The InstalUng officers were
ning for members, participantsand derstanding." Introduced as follows: Installing I
-ft
their guests.On Lake Region rand Officer, Verna Brice.
Wednesday, the ladles were HERE 'N THERE moved into their new PGM; Assisting Installing Officers -
placed in flights according to Local realtor and appraiserS.E. apartment at New Por.t Klohey. Robt. G. .Fish Jr. Citizens Group Jessie Mae lUcks WGM: Sports Fans. those :>enlng around here now, OK?

their scores on the first round. McKay attended the two- Dr. and Mrs. Yance Gordon,. Dies of Injuries Vincent Brice, PGP E.W. Gar- Specs are bedding agalnl! Yes Griffin's Lodge (east whore
Charlotte Roebuck was the winner day Advanced Seminar in Select* 'formerly of Jacksonville, have: .Gathers' Tonight; rish, POP; Installing Grand Chaplain fellows, that full moon Monday Santa Fe) had another good report -
of the championship flight ed Exhibits From Demonstration moved permanently touerrhome In Train Accident 'Marjolre Perry, GR of night has the Specs on the beds. last week. Mr. Campbell

with her final score of 164. Sec- Narrative Reports, sponsored by on Half Moon Lake. Pr. Gordon Iowa In Florida; Installing Grand They started biting good last caught a 10-pound bass Friday..

ond place honors went to Pat the Society of Residential Appraisers recently retired as pastor of William E. Baker, chairmanof .Marshall, Mary! Laura Johns week, and quite a few were beIng Thursday, Roy Griffin guided Mr.
Meyers with 170, followed by at the Mayflower Hotelin Murray Hill 'Presbyterian; i./bert George Fish Jr.,. of the Lake Region Citizens Committee ton, G. Treasurer' ; and Instal- caught. The warm weather Zellner and Mr. Cone and they
.
Vonclle Ketch with 171. Fourth Jacksonville last week. Mr. Church. Melrose, was killed In a train announces that a meetIng Jing Grand Organist, Ima Williams also had the bass biting pretty caught 7 bass up to 7 pounds.

place honors went to Anne Scraf- McKay, a senior member of the accident near Folkstbn, Ga. last and reception will be held PG Organist.The good. If there's any of you fellows Otis Browning and party; from
ford, 174, who defeated Odelle SRA has been affiliated with Mr. and Mrs.-Stephen'Watts, Friday; He was born in Phila- in the Masonic Hall at Keystone 1969 officers retired and who don't have everything Plant City, caught 46 specs Wed-

Kennies on the second, hole ofa the association for the past 18 Jr. and daughter, Julie Anne, delphia, Pa. on April 1, 1949, Heights at 8 p.m. Thursday following a short Intermission, ready for action, you'd better nesday night,and 60 specs Thurs-
sudden-death. years. of Schenectady, N.Y., are vacationing -. 'and was 'a member of the Epis- "March 26. the 1970 officers entered the get ready. I heard that last day night. The seven people took

First Flight winner was Lou Mr. and Mrs, Jim Zowarkaand with Mrs. Watts"parents copal Church., Purpose of the meeting, baker Chapter room for Installation. Friday was the first day of Spring.I home over 300 specs for the

Stearns. Vivian Falardeau and family visited friends in Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Surviving are his father and .said, Is for members of the Lake The 18 elected and appointed know we sure had some Spring week. Roy and Matt Arends caught

Oma Raleigh won second and Jacksonville over the weekend, Schuber of Clover Lane. stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Region group to meet and talk officers were seated In a semicircle weather last week. Many more 6 bass Saturday and 7 Sunday.

third place honors,. respectively, where they enjoyed attending the Mrs. Clyde Simpson 'of Jacksonville G: Fish, Sr., of Melrose; with Senators Richard Ston and the ladles in white eve- days like that, and the fish wll I hear that the bass are biting

in this night. CJO Golf Tournament Saturdayand passed away after .a. his mother, who resides In Phil- Jim Williams, and Representatives ning gowns, wedring corsagesof be biting so fast you can't reel good in Orange Lake now too,
Second Flight winners Included Sunday.Mr. sudden Illness on Thursday, adelphla; three brothers James Ralph Tyre and Gene Shaw. yellow roses and the gentlemen 'em In quick enough. If we could so get out your gear fellows

: Mildred Sutton., first place; and Mrs. Robert Redfearn, March 19. Mrs. Simpson was and Thomas Fish, of Philadel- "The Florida Legislature i Is In dark trousers, and white just get that wind calmed down. and let's go. Until next week
Vesta Alken, second; and Mar- of Miami, announce the birth.of a frequent visitor1 in the-Keystone phia, and Daniel Fish, Melrose; about to go into session, and our jackets with a single rose bou- i iMnir _.'11 nee what's hapINDIAN Goodbye and Good luck!

garet Miller, third. an Infant daughter, Christy area. 'Sh had a .summer one sister, Dianne Fish, Mel- lake legislation has been pre- tonnlere. Worthy Matron-elect,

Third flight winners were El. Michelle, on March 14. Paternal home In Melrose. .rose; and two half sisters. filed in both houses," Baker' Jo Reed,, was presented by Installing VVV'YVVVVyvvyyVVYV'VV1'
va Steadham first; Lois Wal- randparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paley Boyd" Is a patient Funeral services were held said in a letter to membersof Grand Treasurer. Mary getting things ready torlSummer.

ker, second; and Crick Staley, Huntley Redfearn Sr. In Alachua General Hospital at 2 p.m. Thursday in Trinity the committee. "These gen- Laura Johnston, acting as Mar- Jackie LanIer is home from
third. Mr. and Mrs. David Sunder where she had major surgery Episcopal Church, Melrose, with tlemen have worked long am shall to Installing -PGM Verna BEACH the hospital, after surgery, and

Gift certificates were presented land and son, Mark, spent las ort .Tuesd y. Cards and flowers Rev. William A. Poppell officiating. hard to get this accomplishedLet Brice who charged her with the Is doing fine.While convelescing,

to .the. winners of each week with David's parents, Mr. may be addressed; to Mrs. Boyc Interment was In Mel- us all come out to listen'to duties of her officei' and she (Lake Banta Fa) her mother, Mrs. Jerri Coman,
flight. and Mrs. Richard Sunderland, in Room 530. -We hope that she rose Cemetery with Jones their comments on this matter was then presented In the East ]371 Michael H. Cblttyrk spent one week helping out, and

Members are reminded that the and Joyce's grandparents, Mr. Is feeling, much better as 01 FuneralHome of Keystone and to show them our Interest -. as Worthy Matron for 1970. In A75-S171 Robert's mother, Mrs. Lucille

Member-Guest Tournament will and Mrs..Phillips.' this writing, and will sOOn re-, Heights in charge.Edward is just as keen now as like manner, Gilbert Reed, WP- Lanier, spent last week with
be held Saturday and Sunday, David was enjoying a rest fol.:. turn to ,her. home, on Lake. Ge- it was last August." elect was installed. The 16 off- & &&& & & &&&&& AAA&. them, also helping out. Richardand

April 4.5. Members are encour- lowing his final exams at the neva. In his announcement of the icers were then presented in Lilly Lanier and Nancy
aged to invite their out-of-town University of Florida. During- Gordon Bullock's name was Rhuman meeting Baker said: "Our Information line of thejr office by Marshall Wasn't that beautiful weather Youngblood and daughter came

friends to participate. in this their visit, Joyce was recuperating 'omitted from the list 'of local. at this moment Is.that Johns'ton. The ,elected officers welcome sight last week! I down to pick up Mrs. LanIer and
36-hple tournament.On from a freak accident dn- Keystoners'attended the State Services HeldAt our legislation stands a very were duly Installed Associate .ell you, many days like that spent the weekend.

Saturday evening," the par- which she broke her foot. : POUltry Federation. Convention-. l Hts. good chance of "passing. We are Matron, Mattie Lee Klngsbury; and your Rolling-Reporter would Mrs. Nicholas GeracI and Miss
ticipants :and their .guests are Kay and Bruce Sunderland are v In 'Daytona last week. Keystone also told that the- Public Lands Associate Patron, Floyd Koons;. have closed shop and Just laid Graves Deweese of Texas visited

invited to 'attend a social hourto now home for a visit .yvlthlhdlr Mrs. Ray Startte-s wed l Ipw net and Parks Committee- han Secretary, Beatrice Schroeder; out In the sunshine and got lazy. Mr. and Mrs. KImbrough and

be he.lc.rat the clubhouse. On parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard In'the Ladies Golf Tournament Edward:: O. Rhuman, 68, of Lake dle our legislation probably the Treasurer, Vera Ownbey; Con- know you all enjoyed It, and VIr.' and Mrs. Barrows lastweek.Mrs. .
Sunday, prizes ''will{ be awardedto Sunderland, during the Easter sponsored by the- Poultry Federation Geneva, died upon arrival at a'Brooksvillo : morning of April 9. At this time ductress, Betty Sikes; Associ- vc just can't wait till Spring D.W. Carpenter spent

the winners in the ladies. and hoLIday\ Kay Is a senior at at the Riviera Golf and. hospital last.Satur- we will need to again be present ate Conductress, Jackie Weeks; las sprung, right It won't be Monday throught Wednesday In
men's divisions. Florida State University; and Country ClUb, last week. day, after a sudden illness. H< in numbers to testify and and Sentinel, Homer B. Sikes, too long before we can start Jacksonville, with the Reid children -
For additional information, be Bruce is a freshman at "Tallahassee Mrs. Ray Starncs won low net had been a resident of Lake Gen bring our thoughts to them. Plan Jr. The appointive officers were: swimming again. In fact, some while Mrs. Reid was In

sure to check with Pro Ed Rod- Junior College '. In the Ladies Golf Tournament, eva for the past six years, com now to go with us in strengthto Chaplain, Grace Keeth; Marshall, people have already been goingIn. 'he hospital.

gers or read the annoncementof March 29 The federation also held fishing ing from Endlcott, N.Y. lie was Tallahassee this testimony.We Paddy Gilrle; Organist, Irene But I'm not as young aR Mr.,and Mrs. Leo Dyalof Law-
the tournament on the. club.. Kay will return on in contest for those not Inter-. a retired inspector for the HIM need all we can get." Williams; Star Points; Adah, Susie used to be. so I'll have to waic tey were Saturday night supper
bulletin. to start her student teaching ested In golfing attheco\lv'QntlQn.\ Corporation, and was a memberof For tonight's reception, refreshments Gornto; Ruth, Nell Duncan; for the water to warm up. Well, guests of Jack and Lou Miller
the second grade of Springfield Paschal Carr won the prize for the Masonic Lodge and the will be served with Esther, Janet Haynor; Martha, let's peek at the news. and family. Mrs. Ruby Dyal was

FIRE DEPARTMENT: Elementary School, Panama City. the most fish caught during the Lutheran Church. Mrs. Owen Baker;Mrs. Alberta Sarah Hallman; Electa, Arcena We stayed on the move pretty their luncheon guest Monday.The

Members of the Keystone Vol- Miss Gina Massa arrived home day, and received: a complete Surviving is his wife, Clara Bridges, and Mrs. Earl Geiger Wilson, and Warder, Geraldine well last week,"visiting Granny .MlUer' family\ went on a visiting
unteer Fire Department spon- from FSU for a visit with her outfit of deep-sea fishing gear.. Carey Rhuman of Lake Geneva. in charge of arrangements. Jackson. Copeland In-Wtlllston Memorial sySse' ce'itXyTheyvIsitedMto.'\ : _

sored a work day at the firehoOse parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Joe Wallace returned Funeral services were helc. Mrs. Betty Sikes sang several Hospital. She Is doing about as jhelma Polk In Brooker, and

on Sunday afternoon! March 22. Mama, last Thursday.Mr. Massa home from Ajachua General I lostpltal at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the grave- Clay CountyLibrary: solo salutes to Worthy MatronJo Nell as can be expected of a 73 their cousin Henry Stokes who
The firemen worked several and Mrs. George I Tuesday after major sur. side In Keystone Heights Cemetery Reed and Worthy Patron Gil- year old woman with a broken was there from LaMarque, Tex-
and Gina
hours cleaning and testing equip- and daughters, Phyllis last week-, gery. All reports Indicate that she with Dr. A.C. Holt offi- Project bert Reed. A "Ship of State" vertebrae, and she's really wantIng \s. Then they visited Mr. and
In Moultrie Ga.
were is greatly improved. ciating. Interment was In the Courtesy was presented to the to come home. Sunday was Vlrs. Vince Mines and daughter
ment to make sure that all of
it was in good operating condition. end for a visit with Mrs.Massa'sparents Mrs. Camille Stewart is Improving -' Keystone Cemetery with DeWittC. Receiving Funds Worthy Matron and Worthy Pa- her 73rd birthday, and this Is in Monteoch, and on to visit

The men were joined by their Purvis., Mr. and Mrs. Clayton at Alachua General Hospital Jones Funeral Home In tron by the officers. Past Ma- her first star in any/ hospital, Mrs. Ivey Wilson and Jimmy

wives in the evening for a social following her recent ill- charge. tron Grace Keeth presented Incoming the Lord has reajly been. tak- Guysinger in Waldo.
hour and a delicious seafood din- Stephan Brokas, a junior at ness. Best wishes for .a speed- Members of the Green Cove Worthy Matron with the jig good care of her. My fa- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edens

ner prepared by Fireman Dick the University of West FloridaIn y recovery. Services Held Springs Garden Club are grati- 'Larson" Jewell to Jo Reed; Oier, James, 'had a birthday last and son of Atlanta. Ga., and
Pensacola, is home for a Local attendedthe :Ied by the immediate ,
Keystoners who responseto
Sunderland and his assistants.to 'ast Patron Winton Keeth presented Thursday and Buddy and Merle Mrs. Fred Swearingen Sr. of
10-day visit with his parents, GJO In Jacksonville included the article printed in local
For Bill Lee Incoming W.P. Gilbert Ellis were supper guests to help Jacksonville, spent the weekendat
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bro'kas.Scott Mr. and Mrs. Charles Car papers last week explaining the
Reed with the "Larson'Mewel..Vorthy celebrate. We wish Granny Copc Mrs. Swearingen's lake home.
Haynes, of Jacksonville, ber, 1\lrs.\ Gay Livingston, Jeff At Safety Harbor! project to erect a block screen Grand Matron Jessie Mae land and James 11 belated Happy
Cric-
wants spent last weekend with his Bans and Jim Wildt. wall on the east side of the clicks then placed the Past Maron's Birthday Ray Wingate, who is Saturday night, James,

you grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, MJ. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davies, Word has been received here Clay County Library property In Jewel ring on Past Ma- on! leave from (the Merchant Ma- ket and Mike Chltty and were Merle supper Ellis -
of Lake Geneva. Green Cove Springs.The guests of Buddy
Haynes recently stationed at Homestead Grace Keeth and Ines home with brother -
of the death of William (Bill) ron finger, -came my Gainesville.
in
Mrs. Henry E. Magann and AFB, visited their former neighbors following contributionshave Grace pinned her husband with. Wayne Monday, and spent
to join ui in Lee 69, on March 12 at Clear- Friends and neighbors, we'reout
-' son Sean, of Jacksonville, spent Mr. and Mrs. James Beel- been acknowledged to date: his Past Patron Jewel. Grand ,the night.
Europe this several days last week with Mrs. er, enroute to the home of Rich- Water General Hospital. Village ImprovementAssoclationGreen Treasurer Mary Laura John- "Preacher Winters was dowQ of news, looks like. I'm

summer 1970' Macann's parents'Mr. and Mrs.. ard's parents in Monessen, Pa. Mr. Lee and him his wife, residents Lily, ( Cove Woman's Club),$25; son pinned the five Star Points Saturday working and moving his afraid Leeon had another "Bug"1ast
who survives were week, and didn't write a
George Scbaeffer. The two families close Hibiscus Circle of Green Cove
were
before with the Jewel of their station. horse stalls. They have beautiful -
students for Dr.. Albert Reilly of Jacksonville friends when the Beelers livedin of Keystone Heights five- Garden Club, $25; Individual cit- These were gifts of Beatrice horses and enjoy bringing poem. So till next week, "Maythe
to Clearwater and
moving keep
bless
Lord
was a weekend guest of Monessen. izens, $7 total $57. good
Lee built the ; Schroeder, P.M., who assisted. them down to ride. Marina'smother
CLASSICAL EUROPE: Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Stan LaCoste years ago.drive-In Mr. theatre and Miss Louise Batten, Garden Following the recessional of has been in the hospital 310u.KEYSTONE.

Rome Florence Venice and Mrs. John Dickett have as house guests Mrs. La- Keystone It for several Club president. said: "We are new officers, a reception was, with a heart attack, but is Improving. -
Munich Momreu' Parn and son, Doug former Keystoners Coste's brother-In-law and sister operated years sure that word has not reached held In the banquet hall. An .

London. now residing in Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mac- before moving away. held all of our Clay County; citizens emplematic cake with Worthyilatron's Mr and Mrs. Raymond Mal- ,

stopped for a short visit with Cracken, and Mr. and Mrs.. Alan Funeral services were Home In yet, and are confident that the emblem of the Open phus of Jacksonville, were down
For film Disco Funeral
'Information and the
at
excitina. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox on MacCracken, Jr., of HudsOn 0- readers of this paper will watch II
Bible and till
prnammon write or call your local Safety Harbor, followed by cre Anchor, iced in the from Tuesday Thursday night,
Sunday. They were enroute to hio. with pride as this amount swellsto
Advuor colors of Avocado Green and cleaning up, working, and general:(
the art festival St. Augustine.Mr. mation. the ultimate goal of $1,200by Gold, sandwiches, cakes and nuts,
and Mrs. John Martin, SHRINER's MEETING May I." 'rult punch and coffee
i&.te/: :: if.'IIU'JiU' : w Itlf' of Tallahassee, are spending the Members Private citizens, civic organizations completed ev Peter Deyneka, Jr., one of HEIGHTS
of the Clay County; an outstanding program for the mHTlonarles supported by
Mn. rare Harden Easter holidays with their parents Shrine Club held their monthly NEWS NOTES and business and Industrial the Chapter as It; enters Its Community Church conductan -
Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Martin invited to
Rt. 1, Box 120." business meeting and dinner at groups are eleventh year.
educational meeting at 8
Keystone Heights, Flay and Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Vall- Doctor's Inlet last Saturday a r ..... lass this have a special goal.part Contributionsmay in reaching p.m. He is Assistant C reral DIRECTORY
dejull. county
Plans
32656 night. were completed for
Former Keystoners, Mr. and be sent to: Mrs. Herman Olrector of the Slavic Gospel
Tel. 473-4270 the Third Annual Shriners Golf the State! Prison at Ralford. An
I Mrs. Charles Wallenlus, haveN Tournament to be held at the Reed, Treasurer, Box245, Green interesting program 4s In the M3't.. Hj: 'travels extensively in HEA1JTY SHOP

Keystone Heights Golf Courseon Cove Springs, Fla. making for the April 15 club Communist Countries and has

Saturday, Apr. 18. Followingthe EASTERN STAR :meeting to which non-members. been instrumental In placing
Bibles: behind the Iron Curtain. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
tournament the members will The first Chapter meeting of. the regular Chapter meeting will be Invited. Mrs. Yvonne
D sponsor a barbecue chicken dinner 1970 was opened: by Worthy Patron was hosted toy Mr. and Mrs. Dazey Is In charge and anyone Northeast Area of th! Florida:! SHOPEDITH
which will be to the Gilbert! Read on March 17 Interested Fellowship of Community
open John Humble, and Mrs. AmyMcElrath. may call her at 473-
E putllc. Tickets may be purchasedby at 8 p.m. WorUiy Matron! Jo 4078. Churches was held on March, JOHNSON, Owner

contacting any local memberof Reed: was escorted to the East HOMEMAKERS: : CLUBA COMMUNITY CHURCH 11 at Seabreeze United Church. Personal and Creative Hair Styling

P the Shrine Club. A live orchestra and: the formal ceremonies of meeting of .the Keystone There will ,be two serviceson Daytona Beach. Representing Every Form of Beauty

E will provide music for the haptr wUh Ins new offi- Homemakers Club was held) on Easter Sunday, March 29. Community Church Women: Culture -Tie. .-Sat. 9-S; closed

dancing after the dinner. Ticketsare cers preceded .the chapter re- March 18 at 10 a.m. for the the first at 8:45: an* the second Organization of Keystone :Monday.
$2 For additional A of six members He'fhts were Mrs. ElwooiSUtchberry. :
per person. ports. delegation fJnt time In the City Hall. Pre. at 11 a.m. Rev. Al Reese
information, contact Buster visited from Gainesvilleand : Mrs. John Bird, NURSERY
sldent was guest preach last
D Emily Ison opened the Sunday,
Aiken at 473-3426. Cross City Chapters.It and and Mrs. WIll'am Walz.
meeting. Mrs. Marguerite Qua- will conduct both Easter
A Local members and guests attending was announced that Hector April B at 7:30: p.m. the General -
Bl'.ano: President Worship services. Dr. U. S.
Vice gavo O.C. Carnes
Nursery
the meeting last Saturday Ownby has been honored by Meeting of the ChurchWomen
the dsvotloral, and M-s. Wm. Gordon retired pastor of
B were Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson appointment to the Library will! I iba hey In the
L Hardenbergh, Mr. and Mrs. Committee of the Grand Chap- Pinion gave a report on Family the Church Ga'ncsvlUe.! Presbyterian educational building. Election Thousands of plants
was visiting
Seth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs.>:.E ter: J. Azzle Williams ts a mem. Life. Pa'm preacheron of officers for 1970-71( will be Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
The Council Sunday.! On March 19
E 'Mitchell Mr. ami. am. A iie ber of the Commlt'ee of the Clay County held. Evergreens
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. program for the month was on
Roy Masonic Home In St. Peters- --- -- --- - Camellias & Azaleas
Tyre, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Aiken. Wardrobe Planning. with Mrs.
Miss Angela Aiken, and Benjie 'burg and Mrs. Vera Ownbey at Is :Mlid: red Payton as the mode I A Restaurant II :MOST ALL IN CANS
chairman for the reception
.
DEPENDABLE is the word for Alassey. Mrs. Agnes Cuendet and A PLANT ANY TIME
/.o ROOM
In DINING ;
the Grand Chapter meeKngr ,
Mrs. Payton served refresh. r. I Beautiful Roses
i -
Dad in this family! That's because he SYMPATHY EXTENDEDTo Jacksonville. the week of April ments. I '
HIWAY 21 N.
7-10. Grace Keeth. PM. will be I II LandscapingPhone :
Mr. and
Mrs. C.E. Suter Mrs. Carol Wayner and MM.laon .
looks ahead plans ahead and saves whose grandson, Lester Carroll, the Page for Worthy Grand had attended the Leader KEYSTONEHEIGHTS 659-2165

passed away at his home In Matron Jassle Mae Hicks for Training: I
takes"in meeting' and Mrs.
"what it
ahead to always have Portsmouth, Va. last week. Lester the entire Grand Chapter pro Wagner presented a visual les- I 2:1:) ;Ml. S. S. of Starke on

the way of money to provide for l' Keystoners will be ,remembered as he spent by many last gram.Due td the Grand Chapter son Good Grooming.on 'Stepping" Stones to I FRESH SEAFOOD & STEAKS II II"" ... 100 at Fiorahome.

happy satisfying way of life. summer with his grandparents meeting on April 7, when the The Homemakers Club voted -
,
In Keystone. Worthy Matron and Patron 'to have the club's! n1m.., ineluded I TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY SPECIAL I S. E. McKAY.( REALTORSenior

The new Walt Disney World and Assoclats Matron Mattie In the Key. tonj Heights

slated lor completion near Lee Klngspury: and Associate School Band Calendar.The I Fried Chicken or all the 1.50 I Residential Member Appraslen Society of
Orlando, Florida in October Patron Floyd Koons will be attending
I 1971 will additional 5million Grand Chapter, the horticultural tour will beheld We Help You, Finance
bring an on Anrl! 7 for Lhe entire I Spaghetti you can eat I
STATE BANKMember Trailer lots $$500.-U
KEYSTONE tourists to the Central April 7 meeting of the Keystone

Florida area by 1975. HelrhU Chanter will be made Country plans Clubs.to attend Keystone and Club Delicious Boiled Shrimp -- $2.50 lb.I I II The Best In Lake Front
I
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. I omitted. Next chapter meetIn any. Home*. Acreares Rental
one Interested: must first con- :\Ir.felba. : Ilftn. AiaoclateKeyxtone
LEGAL FORMS. Bradford j .will be April 21, when tact SPRCIAL BUSINESS: MEWS LUNCH. DAILY
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Mrs.. Ison.for luncheon Office 473MUHomes
County Telegraph. Ph. Grand Chaper reports will be
Community." 9844305. mad!. reservation. The group will )HOURS( : 6 A.M. 9 P.M. Daily Closed Sun. --113.111041341111
meet at 8:43: a.m. at City Hall II
A social hour which. followed BIB -- mm - mm mm nd
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Spring Term, Bradford County Telegraph. rent. Add, subtract, credit balI Paper. Notebook Fillers. -

Set At SFJC -

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Classes for the: winter t3rm:

Tsrm( : III) at Santa' Fe Junior ,

College will end Thursday.: i; $II NOTICENew

March 26, accori'.ng::; to Executive I. :
A'r Vice President Alan: J. :: .

t lt Robertson.All college. offices will 'be ..( i, Deadline Schedule For Publication Of

27 and 30 for .
closed March ,,

I Easter regular Regular and schedule registration will re-open on March for en 31.the the I, Ads And News Items In The TelegraphIn


spring term (Term IV) at San-

ta Fe will be held: April 2 and -v i- an effort to bring you your Telegraph a little
3 at the West Center ((723 West
University: Avenue), with classes Sgt. James Moore Gets Bronze Star earlier each week the following schedule for sub-

POSTMASTER ''. C. IIAZEN (right) and assistant beginning on April 6. For Services In Vietnam .. mitting advertising and news copy is now in effect :

Blake Jackson view approximately 4,000 censusbearing .

envelopes which will be delivered to Bradford
MoviesPlaying Sgt James H. Moore (left), Pictured with Sgt. MOor! Is ADVERTISINGMonday
County residents) by mail this Saturday.
eon tf Mr. and Mrs. W. F. LTC Wm. T. Rife (r'ght), Dly

recently Is'cn Traln'ng Officer. Fort
at the Florida Thea-. : : Hood Texas, who wa3ed 5rt; Noon Legal Advertisements and Notices.

Census Forms To Be Mailed Out tre this Friday through Tues Army after a threeyear'.tour Moore with the Bronze Star
of duty. He was a.1til-hol: to
Medal far '
day Is Walt Disney: Prediction: msrltor'ous achtovs- Monday 5 P.M. Display Advertising requiring lay-
the 2nd Armored Divlst-n! .
I; received ment In
of "The Computer: Wore Tennis<: KTuni: operat'onsagainst :!!
basic training at Fort hostile forres InViet- outs from raw copy.
.
Ask Return 1 IBe Shoes.
Saturday: By April It is a story that literally! : Benninsr, Ga., a"d advanced nam. Other deconations: award

turns-on when a fall'ng college tra'ninu at Fort P-lk, La He ed to S*t. Moors!! were: the Na- Monday 5 P.M. -. Classified Advertising (For Rent,

sure to go to your mail is now Union County.: ; M-he county student.Is accidentally! nerved In Vietnam fr'm Aug. t'onal Defense: Service Medal, Found '
25. 1967 to A'ig. 24. 1968 wherehe Lost etc.)
Vietnam Service Modal 1 with ,
box Saturday. was divided in the early 1920's.In shocked Into a :solid stae of .
There'll be something in it the 1960 census, Bradford was ,genus! by a. .backfiring com- was' prmo'ad:! to the rankof four Bronz: Stars Republic of
for you from Uncle Sam-- credited with a population of puter that leaves him wrh! a sergeant. Upon: Mi\ return to Vietnam Camoalim; Medal\ : Tuesday Noon -- Dispaly Advertising submitted in

large white envelope with blue 12.446 while Union listed 6,043 memory and, split 8,cor>:a! calculating the states he was' sta'l-ned at Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman ready-to-print form (slick proofs)
lettering.The (including Inmates at Florida abilities ol) envelope will contain a State Prison). marvel. plans to attend: Santa Fe Junior and Expert inSAPPS JUfl.e( ,

1970 census questionaire for your Postal A double bill is scheduled for Collenra.
employees will play an MATTER
NEWS
household as well as a yellow
important role in obtaining what the 301 Drive! In for Friday .
sheet of helpful instructions on
is expected to be the most accurate Saturday, and Sunday., "Mack-
how to fill it out, and a brown
postage-free envelope for mail- population count in his- enna'a Gold" stars Gregory Monday Noon Church and Club Notices, Columns'
tory. They will handle) census Peck' and'Omar'Sharif. In Su
ing it back to the district cen- IRIS
sus office on April 1 1. Official questionalres going to more than per Pan-avslon! and Technicolor SUDGEQNt Letters to Editor, etc.

Census Day.Bradford 40 million households in the ma- this Columbia release Is 'A Tnilv Pan(....nnl'Operation
jor urban areas where the mail- rated (Mf for mature audien
Florida counties County in is which one of the 27 out, mall-back method will be ces. !61111161:41\E"T .#oT tH.41/r4ANYTreSetif'r Monday 5 P.M. -- Community Correspondence.

new "mall-our mail-back" me- used. They also conducted an "Cooga.n'a Bluff", stars Clint PRUNING ft DI-MOSSINO BRACING! e t CABLING Tuesday Noon -. Society and local items.
exhaustive Eastwood, who became Iboth
thod of census-taking is being pro-census check of 11-TREE FEEDING-CAVITY REPAIRS
tried out for the first time in household addresses to providethe r.'ch! and famous starring In I YtTtif REMOVAL.
an effort to cut costs of the Census Bureau with the most Italianmade westerners This j STUMP Tuesday 5 P.M. All other news i items.

massive population count. Res- accurate and complete list pos- film Is rated (M) for mature !;II, Gainesville MINDING

idents here will be visited by sible. audiences.
I census takers only if they do Census officials are stressingthe FREE ESTIMATES NWnsr! : 376.1766or372.9538

\ not return their forms. importance of returning the -
This method is being used in
completed questionnaires to the
most thickly populated areas of district office on Wednesday,April /r's fAsy ro
the nation, and will apply to 60 1. CARL BEGGS

to 65 per cent of the population.In Gulf Service
more sparsely settled areas
the census forms are being BIC PENS. Ball Point Refill HIRE& FIND WffHt USED PARTS

mailed out, but will be pickedup *. Bradford .County Telegraph. Top Price for Wracked Can
by regular censustakers.For 24 Hour Wrecker 8.rvlo.
80 per cent of the house-
Fuel Oil
holds receiving forms, there will --

be about 23 questions requiring LOSE WEIGHT !safely with Dex. I Used Can -
about 15 minutes to answer. A-Diet, and remove excess 'MEN WANTED! Laundry I PUMPSNEW DID YOU KNOW It's easy to'I Hwy 101 N. Wald

One household in every Jive. fluid With FLUIDEX. Only 98c CLASSIFIED AD RATES I worker. Kitchen aids, labor ,)wn. Longctiamp Home? E. LaRue : 4SH-I998
George
however, will receive a heavier and $1.69 nt Mitchell's Drug. ers, cottage parents, watchman AND USED Better. oullt for r,wM* llv-
envelope containing an average 4tp 4-9 Minimum Charge 1.75' : I cooks and clerks ground- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep inn Yow plan or our. INSURANCE AGENCY WANTED LISTINGS

of 69 questions requiring about (Covers 15 word) keeper, truck driver. Five, & Shallow Wells i Your tot or ours Contact :Hu- Auto FIre Homeowner I On Homes and Acreage. Buyers
DRIVERS NEEDED
45 minutes to answer. Those who day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters ford Mitchell, phone;: :C846813 ; Waiting Strout Realty. Reg.
Train NOW to drive semi Each word over 15-7c LIFE & ACCIDENT
receive the longer questionalres fate; retirement, vacations Expert' Service On P O Box 938: "tarketf. Broker 2117 N Temple Ave.
are assured that all information truck, local and over the road. :0c Extra Charge If not sick leave. If Interested please i All Makes ...' I I Keystone Hel/chts/ 473-4801 Ph. !l6 -6609 Starke Fla.
given is kept confidentialby You can earn over $4.00 per paid In advance apply In person Personnel I I,
the Census Bureau. Names hour, after short training. For Manager, Sunland TrainIng Plumbing Service I
and addresses are withheld when interview and application call CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Center. Gainesville." I Phone 964.7061 IIMMY !MOORE'S EZERASE TYPEWRITER WATSON'SHouse

v other information from the form 904-388-4607 or write Safety $1.50 Per Inch An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP ,, Paper, Notebook Fillers. -
is fed Into a computer for tab- Dept., Nationwide Systems, | I AND SUPPLY CO. SUN SPORTS Bradford County Tele< :Inc c-o Mercury Motor Express Memorials Resolution 1
ulation. ? f""Jr MEN WANTED Men cottage Many brands of new vacuum!
This will be the 19th in a Term. BldR., 1716 McDuf Proclamations: etc7c word I II I \IOORE'BOAT TORVOUR ,. $39.00 up. Used machines from
'pa'torh> "ve1.
series of censuses that have Ave. N., Jacksonville, Fla 322OS. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic j I INSURANCE MONEY $329 age Starting S10. Expert Repairs all makes.
OF pay month promotion
CARDS TIIANKS op-
been taken in the U.S. ten 3>chg! 4-"> Letters & Numbers for Interior
every i Parts and Accessories for all
T REDUCED: RATES Sliirke I'll. 604-5791 rortunltles and regular Increases ,
since 1790. >0 word or less 3.00 and exterior use. All sizes. co- ,
years Built In Central vacuum -
I AUTO. FIRE. BOAT In 8 hour 5I: vacuums.
FOR SALE-3 bedroom 2 bath pay day
,
The first Florida census was Each word over -7c lors Bradford County Tele1sraph. Complete! Outboard te Stern 712 N
1 cleaning systems.
DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE I II day week sick leave, vacation,
taken in 1 1330.: : eight years! after CB house. Built-in kitchen | tf Drive Service ar.d Repair. Main, Gainesville 376-7110'
its organic! 01 Ion as a TerritoryIn spacious living ,room and dining AGENCY Complete Fiberglass Resets I state retirement. II Interested I
1822. Violation I / in the first room combined. Large lot. PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.501 I iehc I Cu. t o m-bultt Fiberglass lese> apply In person Personnel

census was listed as 34,739, as mono.' Ph M4-7.314! 4t 4-9 to $625. Take the drudgery out | '! Fishing Boats. I Manager, Sunland Training! Center -
comrvirert with the I 10CO:> cue iller BrownVolkswagen of paper work.-Bradford Coun- 1 1I Gainesville Fla Smith PlumbingAND
FOR SALE 2 bedroom blockhouse ty Telegraph BAIRD ; An equal opportunity employer -
tf
compared with the 1360; census I I
furnished .Carport, large .
count of almost five million,
making Florida tenth In popu- ya'-d, call: 11114-660! :) after 5 p.m. I SEWING MACHINE- Cleaned, Mobile Homes Supply Company

lation among the 50 states. Wpatmoreland St. 4tp 4-9 3 oiled and adjusted In your I NEW and USED TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
home, $3 jo.[ Vacuum cleaner Electric For sale or rent.
Bradford County's first cen- SIMMER HEAD START repairs also. All work guarante 8-10-12 Wide I SAVEr Bradford County Telegraph.
sus was taken in 1860, showinga Contracting and repasts
The Economic Gainesville
CUBB AgencyIn ed. Dennis
E. Cngglrvs, Phone
population of 3,820. Prior to
Plumbing Fixtures
WANTED: Used WrlnrerWuber. -
Sfrke is now accepting ap- 431.1428.
that, Bradford had been New; used R) tfchef Good Quality
a partof
pl'catlons for Project Directors Will pay cash or take In Water Heaters Pumps
old New; River County. In Sales Service Reasonably Priced { ;Y I
Social Service Directors Teacher 'WI A..T, Thomas Registered Real trade on anything. DAHMCR'S. Irritation iron Filters
1800/ Bradford also includcd the 1 ,
Teacher Aides, Secretary- Estate Broker since 1953. Snec- Ga'nesville 378-2785 .I r .. ) r
S84-7023. V-d1a Water Softeners
area west of New River, which 1 MI. North of Tire Mall ( J Z.4.
Bookkeeper, Head Cooks, GAINESVILLEEARS lalizing in appraisals) for estates Serviced. Guaranteed and ,, f'1\ cr ,
hunch Room Workers, Bus corporate and individual Delivered In. !SUrfce! Area fi1 WILL BUY: U. e4 Appll.n....
/
Divers\ and Custodians! for the owners Thirty years experiencein I NO EXTRA COST | Furniture, TV', Stereos anything PHONES:
-. '
BARRETT 1070 Summer Head Start programs I Florida Land Matters. 205 N. US! 411 EGainesville / i of value. DAHMZR'8.
N. 45111 NW 13th / "r 964-6023 or 964-5832
In Clay and Bradford Temple Ave., Starke Fla., Tel. JTS-57SJ ... 4S'
Water Condition. Counties.! All applications! must 9A4-5701.: tf ., v. z.t :! SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic.
he submitted by April 1, 1970. I / Letters, all sizes, colors. Perm numbers 1Q your
inc; and Pump Co. Far ndditlonal information anda BAS FOR RENT: TV sets, baby anent for use on wood, glace our
SERVICE: Small appliances book)
beds elec. ]; pnoae
guitars amplifiers plastic metal, leather,
paper
Job ppolicntlon form contactthe
110 Court Street Neighborhood Service Cen- EVERYTHINGSTARKE refrigerators' ; day or week. DA- at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.I ?: : ANYTHING I Bradford County
con St. Phore !4-5311.. tfchsr !
HMTSTJ'S. IIIH-7923. :
I Phone 961-3832: tfi", in your area or write to tf-ch Telegraph tf I

CURB Post Office BOX 970, FOR SALE CDrcretblock ..., '
STAR1TEWater St"l'kp. ;Flor'da. AN EQUAL National Sewing i house: 3 bedroom 1 bath, central FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bed-

OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, Phone 964-G8.IS Machine Co. hett: & air' conditioning. Corr CASH room trailer l outside city limits. I
J. B. White. 964- U4. tfchg Cabinet :Making\
Conditioners atchgr 3-2fi "" lot Phm-p BBMBBB MMB aH H BBV H H B i
Larepst selections from whicht
and Pumps FAIL SALE Clean 1964 Ford -> ch'vv"! Pfiff Necchi. Nelco. POSTED SIGNS: Treated tc::. PROFESSIONALTIPS Lawn Me.wen-we service whatwe Furniturerakin:
Sales nnd Rentals iordor Galaxle 500. Power VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- v.w Horn. tr lwrsal.. withstand weather- 20c each sell. Starling Farms aJp- !

Steering power brakes atrcond'tioiln MASTER Add Machines with This Ad Wfrth $3.00 On Any $2.25 doz. Special price on larg-. / PAW AND plv. 2S:!! W. Andrews St. tfchx' E. L. SEVER

Repair J Department ?. $700. Phone 964S190. subtraction. SPECIAL this I Purchase Repair r quantities. Bradford County
month $69.95. Ideal for or SUPPLIES I U.S. Hwy 301 Lawtey. Fla. I
only, !
Itp Telegraph! tf
!
21: t Hour Service1J (
home or light office work BM W T1"h.p"o'tv) Avp. 37R-11 Southern Marine 3tp. 3/2CJ

Large 'Ma son ry,110me Bradford County Telegraph ul(| frtm
\(
NOW IN STOCK -ronstmctlonPIOT BUYING SILVER COINS Moved To Gainesville
on SR.I .A Klne'le Lake
1 REMINGTON CASH REGIS- All rol"r''* In the raln1 lt!)>4 or older any condition. MARY.CARTER New NameGainesville
Suimmlng Pool
Twin Star *; Extra Large<< Lot TER 2-total electric! slightly 1 vBadford County Tele-, Dollars 2.00 up. Halves fiOc. I
R'rll oh. tf Quarters, :C.-. Dimes 12c. Curlet MarineLYNN Eunice Nursery
:Must; Sell For Heilth used Cost new, $420. Save $100.Our
PRODUCTIONS't tt Reason'I Bradford < 1 :: Market Price For rare. I Tomato, Eggplant & Pepper-
sale ?
,) BILL POWELL price, $3 : FOR !S';r.K fifl Chn-ner R-T, dates & older We HAMILTON MGR.
coins Buy.
\! ; plants: Azaleas ornamental
9644464 964.6810 County Telegraph. tfj i I A-f* P-S fn"torv R" d'o tap Johnson Motors Cobra Boats
SMI, or trade coins. Bull ngtons shrubs: Blueberries all con
OIL COMPANYhas FOR RENT- Furnished apartment | rombo. Fullv loa'e$2.400001 Co'n' Starke. Fla. 9647271. PAINTS i i Marine' Supplies tainer grown, 2 ml north orIAwt.ey
t Presents II t tt TEXAS. I fun Ise !seen :nt Jimmy Moore's 1030 E. University Ave
4 rooms and bath, utilities : on Hiway 301, turn at
opening in Starke R'dt 47C'11 nR446R10 tfchT' FOR SALE Geraniums in Gainesville
furnished. Couple only-No I sign. Phone 782-3463. tfchs
The area. No experience in bloom, house plants, shrub. 102 CAST
Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchi I FOR S"LE-? ri'v' lots comer BROWNLeeSTfUCT
bery, Azaleas Camellias low
necessary. Age not Im WANTEDCalves, 1-4 months,
t t tt :
Good character of Parker and Powell Sts. 110 i I price Ferguson Nursery, Rat- ,
portant. commercial beef herd Angus,
StrikingResemblance x 110 Ideal fohome or traili '! ford Rd. Starke 964-6227.
a must. We train. THE KEY TO \ T.-m,. Phoro '>\4-'"1rt tfchg i'I 4tchg 3-26 I Fonr Miles Out Hereford, other good stock.
Air Mail A. T. Dicker- I Raiford Road Phone 9646921. 4t 4-2

t t son, Pres., Southwestern o Gracious Living FOR RENT: Unfurnished 1 hwis I FOR RENT -Approx. 22 acres 'Ii MODERN MASONRY HOME:

Of Brunswick. Ga. Petroleum Corp., .... Town HouAPARTMENTS.A In cour.try. Also t""T1I.he"|i i for hav or pasture. Ready to FILAMENT Strapping' Tape i I Large Living Room

Fort Worth, Texas. apartments In !t"l"ke.-W'; H pasture now. Rye grass, clov- 34" x 60 yards. $2.50 Single Paneled Family Room.
Itp ; Nnllman 'UI' N. Cherrv. tfchsr i iFAYE'S I er and Coastal Bermuda. roll. Bra-'ford.: County Tele-1 i Many Many ExtrasOnly I
NEW
AT TilE
WANTED
for Kent phono FOR RENT- New duplex apt I FABRICS -F'r' !!> qual BILL POWELL. BROKER

I National GuardArmory -Klngsley Lake. Call Merrltt H. Furnished Apartment ity dress drapery:! upholstery EXPERT CARPET Installstlrn. FOR SALE-Business and pro- I 964.6464 964.6810 I

Williams day 964-5391-nlght 9647789. material Notion. ch'n'lle' bed Call 464-7889 after 6 p.m. perty located next door:! to i I
TFFOR M Buford Mitchell .spreads. pe-itrtes.. Also seconds tfchV: Holiday Inn. "a block from I Established Ranchor
''

t Friday March 27 Ii t tt SALE- 2 bedroom, living 964-6853 phones- 964-6760 I card, and mitt Master enls Char Bank'.merl-O"en! WANTED two wooden high raw CSunty Court Hcuse. Call
kitchen, tiled l bath. 964-7004 or contact Morgan I am interested in buying any. Farm
room. l\Tonlnv.: 10-7- Tues. throu''h'' (chairs! a"I'Inv< :\ other baby
Beauty and Barber Shop. Bobbsey! Twins Books -Please
Hardwood", .loorS porch and Sat !>-7- S-iTitfav !141. Hwy. '01 furniture. Phone 782-3221, 1
t II t tt carport $4.400. 9647582. REWARD-Return of 3 mo. old "6 m! "nrfh[ nf'TT w"t-io. tfc"'' 1 Lawtey. Itp 4tchg 4-2 : call 964-5405. Itchg'I
_
3tl-3- 6 Planted Pasture Prefer
DANCE Ge man-Shpherd: lost ':'n vicinity WIMBERLY'S Railroad Salvage WANTED-to keep small chilI
home-
FOR SALE Au'omat'c' wisher I of FOr3ythe R and 10J I dren under 5 at my
"n rch s4nve. will s..n far Clean v", ., rvir. Will put sawdust FurnitureITools. I
irm :
Clothing: Shoes, Phone 9647145. It
t 9 to 12DANCE II t excellent conation! $75. Ma. Thursday. Pwe! 964-7761. Itp .
9) hash fl-d tll1 V e uo pn''me-ts'' b+r'' 'n }>o'ses. Moved Plenty Bargains I 7434
.
hogany bunk bpd ,. Boot condl- >: i "' .1 1;.3':'} a month ",.'11 also l to Ham,, ,.n. New N,. 468-l<))85.W. Blanding Blvi.. Jacksonville.! For rrnt: Small. 2-bedroom WRITE "S"DRAWER

tton $1000: Call Pat D-cken.: WANTED '''-.nIn used! liv'ng mom site A. P*!v8tt. tfchg tfchg fu''!shed h-use, 734 N, Walnut ,

t I Raiford 4311000. Itchg Sc.re'ary; :: I tosnrke office ofF "''I11l1rrpl' fi-'O:I o.m. at 964-73.17.: : i St .et. Clll 964-7444 Or 964- A
ADMISSIONI$150 I .o'iia: Probation: : : and Parole ff Infjrmatlon. It FOR S Lfp *9 acres, house FOR SALE 841 FORD Gas j 5070. ItP '

MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. Commission.! Apply in person IIn" bsLocated. on State Tractor with loader. Power i is'sering STARKE FLA.
Duplicating machine and nt local office, 2nd floor new FOR SALE 7 room frame Ho*'' *"'. W'.ll: consider lease. and new brakes: Very FOR RKNT: -Small 2 bedroom: ,

t J ....pUe.. Bradford County 1 Bradford County Court House. *O"lIe1thcorner lot: 50 x 100 : "".11!! 771-'917. Jacksonville: good condition, $1200. Phone I unfurnished! house, convenient I
,, ,
Tekgrap! Itch1 I call 473-3-127, l'tp' 4tp 3.261)I 37S-2548, Gainesville. tfcbg location, 245 N Bay St. Itcltf I

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