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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 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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Despite flooding rains Brad
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) ford strawberries are hitting the ,

i market In Increased volumn this hundred
I week, but shipping quality is personaate
u questionable and prices were a free chicken dinnerat

down Monday and Tuesday.At the opening day of the S .a A to 3 r, .,
20th annual Bradford
least three trucks each
carrying -
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ar r'
1,008 flats were expectedto County Fair and Straw-

be dlspatchea Tuesday by the berry Festival.

Morris Carter J.R. Wainwright, Big moment of the Rotary ?
: and LM. Norman shipping com Club's annual Rural-
; bination. The Bradford Strawberry
Co-op, according to sales Urban Day activities was

man Frank Marno, was loading the arrival of Miss Amer-

j jI j_ : five trucks Tuesday night. ica, Pamela Ann Eldred, .

I ; L.M. (Buddy) Norman said 21, of Birmingham, Michi

Tuesday morning he expectedto gan.
pick 1,500 to 1,700 flats dur-
: IL __ ing the day Morris Carter picked She arrived 45 minutes late,
the victim of the nationally felt
ttj 1,000 flats Monday and said he air controllers strike.

expected to pick 1,200 Tuesday. Forty-five minutes wasn't bad

Carter said, however, there is at all, Commissioner of Agri- v .'
no way to tell how the rainedon culture Doyle Conner noted. It LA.Aft t !k.
berries will ship. Since the would have taken him four or

quality is questionable, he said, five days to get here, he added
prices have been down around Miss America is sponsored at I x A I "
$2.50 per flat. At today's cost, the Fair by Baldwin Chevrolet- f ti ::4

n he added, it is most difficult Oldsmoblle of Starke. y 1-'t y taa..art

,"f 6tr i for the farmer to pay $1.40 per Officially, the fair opened at
.. rr flat to have berries picked and 10 a.m. when Miss Linda Thomas -

/,. Sw make money at those sale pri 1969 Bradford Strawberryqueen

I snipped a red ribbon a-

ces.The regular auction at the mar part. "\. ............. 1I... i -:;;;.;;7J'__ .. M
ket Monday saw 768 flats Attendance at opening day activities
I go
I through at an average of $2.41 was expected to run about Long linen formed for the fried chicken dinner served "on

I per flat. At noon Tuesday 347 4,000. Fair Treasurer Cliff flaxen the house" l h y the Starke Rotary Club as a feature of its annual Rur

flats had gone through the auct- said the number! of tickets al-Urban Day. traditional opening feature of the Fair. With two table'
I! ion averaging around $2.50, but sold was about the same as
operating with assembly line technique, the crowd was sened in
last although he termedthe
berries were coming In late. year
less than 30 minutes.
4,000 figure strictly a
i
ii the Every market grower Tuesday questioned said about at "guesstimate." Ralph Bryan, Rep. Gene Shaw, would like to be a member other lie termed the fight against
i Repeating his statement of previous Chevrolet Dealer Mac Baldwin, twirling!' class. Carswell's nomination "one of
half of
his picking Monday went
fairs, Bradford born and Mrs. Irene Bryant of Pompano the most vicious campaigns I've
w In brief
into the alley. Quality Monday a speech! Cong. Fuqua
d raised Doyle Conner stated thereIs Beach, chaperone of Miss America < ever witnessed'' against the integrity -
was poor with many berries said "all of us from Florida"
j bruised by the rain. "no better county in Florida. ; U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua, and are doing everything possible of a man."

But Tuesday the quality had On the platform !and introducedby Strawberry Queen Linda Thomas. to see that Judge Harrold Cars-

f imporved considerable. Most Conner ware County Commissioner The 1969 Strawberry Queen well is confirmed Monday by The congressman drew round
R\vr think nuVI Misnieticn' ; eating strawberries the
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gee at
> Zedra Hamilton, Commissioners served Bradford! County with{ distinction the U.S. Senate as an associate of applause for his remarks on
Simke, farmermarket: Well. hire ,he i i-! prices growers later were in expecting the week as higher the Buck Norman and Conner said, adding he Justice of the U.S.Supreme Court. Carswell's confirmation.

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MISS AMERICA OF 1970 quality returned. uaies win open at noon i nurs-
day, Friday, and Saturday.A .
Morris Carter, who both grows
I and ships berries, said berries $4,000 paving project to Improve -
; Pain Likes Strawberries from his field Tuesday looked Berries RoadsHurl conditions at the fair-
pretty good and that most of grounds has been completed for

Pamela Ann Eldred likes Baldwin produced a hanker- Conner as a "typical young his culls were cleaned out Mon the 1970 event. The area in frontof
j strawberries.Thats ciicf: Miss Eldred couldn't have American. The kind we need to day. Jimmy Gaskins who picked the main fair building' has
one fact that seemed been nicer even if she didn't know more about rather than over I,000flats Monday and Tuesday been paved as well as a road
1 apparent Wednesday afternoon like her seat. She also quickly those who represent the nega- from a patch not yet In around to the livestock arena
I during a photo session with the became enchanted by Mac tive side of American youth." full, said his berries Tuesdaywere and another around to the entrance -

\ gracious young lady who is Miss r-t rrr IJ-'Ii;:: "."- Improving in quality over By RainsNearly building.of the county civil defense -
America of 1970. Since she went Monday. "They even roueak when
without lunch in order to arrive you rub them," Gaskins said Livestock judging was slated
i at the Bradford County Fair only 1 bt Tuesday morning. But he said Wednesday night (too late for
) 45 minutes late because of a yr 'fv. the rain really hurt part of his eight inches of rain of damage or more than in the Lawtey Road) and Floyd Wiggins this issue of The Telegraph).
fouled up plane schedule it's berries which were under water. over the weekend, the second such last big rain, Road Foreman: Road were closed because of Trophies went to the outstanding -
i understandable that a ]Bradford drenching the county has under- R.E. Jones said Monday as he washed out bridges. Carl Johns youth exhibit, champion bull
j strawberry would taste good. Carter clad he figured the rain gone this year, has left roads was In the process of surveyingthe Road .vis closed Monday but was and chamption and reserve
}t cost him between $5,000 and bid y damaged and dealt the/an damages. Nobody was trapped reported: passable Tuesday.The champion heifer.Continued .
Admitting the 90 degree weather
$6,000. nual $500,000 strawberry at home in the Feb-
cropa as early big rains came again,
yesterday is quite a change ( on Page Four
)
I lie also noted that the rain hard blow. ruary flood, but the Flume Road, Jones says, just as the county
from her hems state, Michigan,
"I where it snowed Easter Diy delayed crop here is again running "We suffered fully the amount Vasco Forsyth Road, Luke (Old work crews were getting the
,
a e' Iiv into competition from Plant
roads back into shape. Now that
Miss Eldred said she will
remember City, which only got two or three work is to be done over again 6 Hurt
Bradford .
i County.It Inches of rain last weekend. Plant
with thousands of tons of fill
fair she has
Is the first
attended since becoming M.ss City has recovered from a hea- 11 Seek Strawberry to be replaced. It will take weaks,
vy rain the week before, Carter he said.
"I've been Florida
America to
said, and quality berries are /In Auto
15 times and this Is the first Rains which began Friday night
coming from there again. and ended Monday morning
time it hasn't rained:
She also lived up to her billing Most berries being shipped Crown Friday Night dropped an average of 7.93 Inches
as a striking blond with green / from the Starke Farmer's Mar of water on the ground, CrashesSix
( to from the
Miss America arrived ket according reports
eyes. at are going through one of
the fair in a sleeveless pink three shippers. The Carter, One of 11 young ladles: from Florida Division of Forestry
dress and sported pink sun vlatkinq Wainwright, and Norman combination Baker, Bradford Clay, and UnIon headquarters on SR-100 west of persons were injured, but
glasses. > r the namedBradford ( Starke. only one remains hospitalized
; Strawberry Co-op, counties will be ;:
That brought the total average in six wrecks reported over the
Miss Eldred proved quite gra and through buyer David Brown County Strawberry
cious. She even thanked the photographer ing who is also on the market. Queen this Friday night at tho rainfall during March to 11.02 past week by the Florida Highway -
who m< the strawberry wharf. ( Bob Allen, a few small buyers Festival. average as the rains fell on Rain sllckened highways were
/r an already soaked ground. listed contributing circumstances -
.
also take as
"U It dirty? But when Mac some berries at the Complete- contest activities:
In only two of the acci-
auctions, but not many. Berries will begin at 5:30: p.m. Friday Since Much 1 a total of 10.20
!: quilt| a rttne to each other are MiVmnic.i -"* also continue to be sold on the April 3, with a dinner at the inches of rainfall has been recorded dents.A .
deer crossing the highwaywas
and left and highway by some growers who .,. at the New River fire
Nanny ( ) Su"*an II.ill./ MaiKIt Holiday Inn in honor of Uwcontestants. the cause of a crash Fri-
think that is the best way to tower, 11.20 inches at the Louis
in'!! r"d'hildrt'n.Baldwin's The dinner Is day, March 21. Malcolm. Rich-
average $3 per flat. Hill tower at Lawtey and 11.70
grandchildren, whom _________________ open) to the public. ard Meyer, 19, Ypsilanti, Michigan
she coaxed: to pose with her. The complete contest will begin (Continued on/ Paige Four) was not jnjured but the front
Poise, no doubt gained over at 8 pm. Friday night at of his 1964 Valiant convertible
her many, many public' appear 1 Arrested 1 Sought !the. Fairgrounds. Judging wl'l! sustained $100 in damages.The .
(ibe Chown GrierBradford ances since becoming :Miss be on the basis of beauty, tal- Lakes Rise deer was killed.

America: was quite evident in ent, and po se. Miss Linda tr' The accident happened 4.5
County Fair her speech. Pamela Invited the Thomas, Jacksonville, 1969! IaEs t After Weekend miles west of Starke on SR-100.

crowd to come by the Olds- For ArsonWesley Larcenyyard strawberry queen, will be on. No charge was made.
STRAWBERRY QUEEN mobile booth and mret her and i. hand to crown her successor. ]mary Carolyn: :herring DownpoursLakes Michael Lewis Norman, 17, of
she got a lot of takers. Contestants for the seventh Bradford High junior, is Bradford County was not Injured
BEAUTY PAGEANTSEE
Miss Eldred Is a 21-year-old (Butch) Willingham, for use in flower beds. annual berry queen title, and when his 1967 Ford Mustang left
of Starke, IS being held under The fire marshal was an entry in the 7th annual in the took another SR-16
: THE CONTEST FINALS student of Mercer: College in state their sponsors are: area and struck a telephone
FRIDAY APRIL 3 Detroit. She plans to return there $15,000 bond and Arvil walker brought in to assist in the investigation JoAnn Salter: Hampton, Strawberry Queen Beauty giant leap up In water pole 3.5 miles west of Starke,
son P.M. when her reign Is over and com- Shealey, 23, of Hampton, is soughton ) of the fire which awakened Stump's Dept. Store. 1'ageant. Her parents level in the wake of another wet Norman was charged with failure -
plete her degree in drama. She charges of arson and grand the neighborhood about Mary Carolyn Sheering! nre Mr. and Mrs. Dale weekend that brought an averageof to have his vehicle under
Bradford County Fairgrounds larceny in connection with the 4:30 Mrs. Studer was not 7.92 Inches of rain to Brad-
hopes for a career on the legitimate : a.m. Chick- control. Damage to the rear of
Starke Kentucky Fried Slierrinpr' Market Road
stage. burning of a home on U.S. 301 at home at the time, having ford County during the three- the car was estimated at $200
She has been lead dancer with South last February 11, stayed overnight with her mother en.Pam Morgan'sBarber Starke. day period starting Friday night by FLIP Trooper R.W. Pace.
C-.01 Arson was suspected when! Mrs. Pauline Disney, who Ricks, Starke, and continuing until Sunday Norman
the Detroit City Ballet and has Mrs. Park. Cedar HUl-Twin Hills was going approximately -*
(ZHfje Community taken piano lessons for seven Garnet Studer, owner of the home, was 111 at the time. Mrs. Disney Shop. Baton Club. morning 55 mph and it was raining.
years. noted there was no trace of sev- occupied a house located Elaine Lovorn, Keystone Linda Doss! Glen St. Mary, Camp Blanding reported 7.29
tdte JidttttA.mn Miss America is sponsoredby eral large appliances In the only 300 feet from the Studer Heights.: Lella'a Dress Shop. sponsored by the Baker County Inches for the weekend and Kings- Both drivers went hospitalized
the Oldsmobile Division of charred ruins of the house.Other home. Patsey Holmes. Lake Butler Development Commlss'cn.Th.ere.rn : ley Lake reached its highest level and charged In a crash occur-

? Now 1-...( 1I. General :Motors. She is sponsored : tell-tale evidence was left by Apparently the intruders load- sponsored by C. A. Roberts. Clem Starke, South In recent years. Crosby Lake, ing 2.7 miles south of' Keystone -
, T. S20000bypo here by Baldwin Chevro- truck tire tracks plainly Imprinted ed the truck, then drained oil Sheila K. Henly, Starke, Mor. west of Starke, rose an estimated Heights on SR-21 at I a.m.
..... ern Discount Co.
F t .b..........> C- let-Oldsmobile of Starke. in a load'of topsoil that an's Beauty Shop. 12 inches over the week

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Census Forms

I 11I 4 ; In three categories of County Nurses Council;
rk e i'') exhibits at the Bradford Count 3rd, Bradford County; Volunteer
N i If you have not yet mailed
? r.1fsalal back your 1970 census form- Fair were announced by Judges Fire Department.
do It todayl! Wednesday afternoon.They were: Commerlcal: 1st Baldwin
Junior Educational: 1st place Chevrolet Co.; 2nd Slade Gas
Althought the questionatres
Future Farmers of America Co.; 3rd Clay Electric Cooperative.
;
were supposed to be filled out and .
i'c returned on April 1. there Is still 2nd Future Homemakers of
time to be counted In the 1970 America; 3rd, Bradford County Livestock Judging took place
:ensue if you hurry. Schools. Wednesday night but results
Joseph J.Kadlaon,district Educational: 1st, Santa
census FeAdult were not known.at press time.
manager In this area says College; 2nd Bradford

forms his office, although will still If they accept are the not I.....................................

returned Immediately It will be
.necessary for census takers to
call and pick them 'up, thus add-
ing to the cost of the census. i Early Birdsi j jTHIS
Those who have not yet filled
out their forms are cautioned that
the census is meant to take a
count of everyone on a specific

r mw dateApril has moved into 1, 1970.your If household someone Off Your Perch! '

_____ n __ since that date, he should not : .
be listed on your form. If some- :
one has moved away since then ': Think ahead. Take a'

Beauty, Berries, And EggsTwo 'he who should was be a resident listed. on April I, ': advantage of Car-I

Most questions may be answered : rier's low. preseason -
of Bradford County's leading crops strawberries and eggs by blacking in small circles prices now being r
were featured in this striking exhibit by the county's agricultural de with an ordinary lead pen- : offered on 32 different ; .y
of the office staff points with pride to cI. The task Is simplified by
partment. Faye Marlowe, ag referring to the yellow sheetof : models of room
luscious berries, among the first of the season. ..,,.- Instructions that come with the conditionersl I
: form and there is also a brown !
X-:' ::;;;-X: ;:i.ms.:: : ::::: 1Q.X: 1 A pretty picture with a white miniskirt and a envelope, already addressed and : C'air styles from
red blouse requiring no postage, for mail-
Strawberry Queen Linda Thomas '
6 goes to 34.000 BTU's
Ing it back.

: Bradford County Selected II! beautifully with this!I home {grown strawberry. .fidential All census, and information every census is con-em- ::e __ trol comfort a touch-con center

ployee is sworn to silence No -S
one outside the Census Bureau : automatic' thermoS : -

In School I Problems Of Solid Waste may see the individual census SPECIAL WEEK'S stat wide range of
Use ExperimentBradford Disposal forms give, nor the may information the Census to Bureau any S 19,000 BTU>. temperature set-

other Government agency or to tings. 18-way air deflection
Shown At Environmental anyone for any purpose, what- ONLY den-
MeetingA I high
"nd Clay schools, regular academic courses which Presently!a school year con- ever. $
along with two high schools in will mean an enlargement regular sists of two semesters of 90 $279-95 sity installation plus
Dade County, have been selected summer offerings,from kindergarten days each a total of 180 schooldays filmstrip, "The Third Pollution posing of the mountains of gar- many other "extra"
to In through courses for for students. Teachers In (Model I >P-203 .
participate an experimental : ," Illustrated some of the bage and solid wastes that accompany S See them )
program to extend the .credit on a senior high school most! counties are under con- life In United States today
problems and solutions of solid My Neighbors
school year to Increase utilifeation level. Courses will be offered :tract for 196 days bu in Bradford waste (trash junk garbage etc.) today. I
of facilities and broaden In Starke Lawtey, Brooker, and it Is 200 days. at
a meeting of the Bradford
,Instructional programs.A Hampton. Clay County's; plan calls for County Environmental Health Plastic containers don't de- "f--.J. i.
letter in Intent to partict- Cost of the program woulo dividing the calendar year into composeat least they haven'tIn tuXfcBtff: 1ffii" 1Go'
Ipate In the experimental program 'be $77,896 tor T,3uO students, four quarters of 12 weeks, eact Study the Committee county Agriculture Tuesday Build-nightat testing. Using the most era ..::,..... .. In
was filed with the State one-third of the regular tenr containing 60 attendance days. sive type; of soil, plastic con- -
[Department of Education In JanMary enrollment. Students would attend While there would be 240 days ing.Examples showed tainers did not show any decom- v I I
on approval of the Brad- on a voluntary basis ant( for teachers pupils would attend procedures that burned processing position In 12 years of tests.
ford School Board. The county 'the tab for the pilot program classes 220 days.A foodstuff and animal paper with, Aluminum cans, used now much SLADEGAS
wastes
|was notified this week that Bradford ,Will be picked up by the state. student could select any three no residue more widely for all kinds of
another
schools have been selected As explained by Supt. Tom of the four quarters. If recommended it was burned down case and where made beverages take years longer
to participate. Casey and Asst. Supt Connie by the school he coula into charcoal to deteriorate than tin or steel. I
Programs In the three coun- Clark who supervised plans for attend all four thus speedingup other briquettes, and AND APPLIANCES
partial solutions for
dls- I
ties will differ and studies will the pilot project the experimental his academic program. Local problems were pinpointed II I .
be made to determine which Is program here will amount to The plans would be put In In the discussion followingthe "Congratulations! I :
the best method of using school a 30-day summer school with a operation at Clay High School Vacation periods would be staggered film, such as the miles of heard radio just 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7:1'
buildings on a year-round basis. beefed up academic program. only the first year at an exti- so that four-fifths of the plastic film used for mulch on on my"car you'vewon I :
Plans here are to extend the The 1969 Legislature directedthe mated cost of 82405. [student population would be In strawberries particulaz<1lro- $200.00. ..N..1.NN..N.NNeNN.1.Ne
school year from 180 to 210 days State Department of Education attendance during any given quln- blem for the landfill at Lawtey.
for students. Plans are to begin to make a feasibility stud;; Dade County Is planning fivenineweek ,mester. Selected students wouldbe Plastic film used for weather --- -
the extra session July 6 and end if year-round operation < segments each calleda considered attendance during protection on chicken houses poses t BRIGHT NEW
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It Aug. 14. Bradford's program schools and to recommem qulnmester making a total the fifth qulnmester. the same problem all over .
will not amount to year-round schools for pilot projects. The school of 225 days. Each pupil Initially the plan would be Bradford County.
school but would be an extended 1970 session will be asked t Nould elect to attend any four implemented at Miami Sprlns
summer session. appropriate some funds$400,00b qulnmesters during a school) ,and Miami Senior, High Schools Data forms, to tabulate information -
The program would consist of to fund the pilot study. year. with costs estimated at$240,000. about air pollution, foodprotection
recroationeanitaflon,
... .. sewage, :water; ; iA-; control,
S15TABLIIMID 116( sanitation residential environ-
ment, and radiological health
dcocki 7 were given to the sub-committee
Chairman by the county chairman -
J.T. Kirkland The entire
study committee will not meet
again until June 4, although sub- SPORT SHIRTSsale
committees are tomeetand check
data and discuss problems relating 77 --
to their assignments. Future $3
meetings will be held In varIous v
areas of the county to Entire stock of new regular /
help promote Interest, and the n.99 shifts. pullovers .
ef June meeting Is scheduled for maxl i trcollars and
more. No-Imn, tapered In
+. Hampton City; Hall. solids,plaids, _Ipe.. 8-L

g s Tom Strickland, director of
b the six-county health planning MENS SLACK
council showed the film. Bradford -
County; Sanitarian JackTra- 99
wick and Mr. Strickland will go j $4
to Chilton County, Ala. for a
look' at their system of slolld Permanent press, fastback -
waste disposal. styled slacks In
new fashion colors. Sizes
e 29-38.
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Umbrdl. $29.5 ) ::
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Umbrella Table IIS M
Folding Chats 11.5$ Sale/
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WITH PURCHASE OF $58.00 = did your mom give you the
hundred dollars for bubblegum : MENS GOLFER
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FAMOUS '
J BALL GLIDER SET CATHOLIC CII'VaCIIa. :::* z sale
ST. EDWAKD-S. aerie: SPRING : $444
Attractive, sturdy, steel construction for Sunday Mass I .... a.d
lasting beauty. Set has aluminum frame and ':1S .m. Permanent with
? arms. Baked enamel finish. Monday Maas, $M .... back, raglan press sleeve and action waterreaiatant
'; ? ; Wednesday MM, 7 .... PANSALE T "..ted. Bright fashion
J Group Includes: colors S-XL.
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tu r J P Saturday Maa a4 We.vena. ,
_. I 3 Passenger Glider 7 p.-.
% ++ + Matching/ Chair 699S
I 7GA i ;L- Matching Rocker ST. WTLUASTS. It..... BtoSoaday SANDALS

This beautiful Anchor Hocking Card Party Set. Colon: Maas. a.m.
This offer expires June 30, 1970. Shop Badcock's Avocado Wednesday N.ve.a, 1 ....
Lemon Our .. $4.97 .
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first for all Home Furnishings
2.99O50
OS1F your White Comp.re.t$79.95 ST. MARY'S. Macelcnayi ""'
20" BREEZE BOX FAN n d+. Sunday MM. U:. *...

Two wad, roux witch 'BadcockWdt 7i oTfJou RtglifFUlNITUIt $ / SZ.7adl.
whet..t aril..6'. ffiMrentM Vinyl sandals In
many styles. Long wearing
f Q95 He Sure to Drop By our llooth at the Fair- THE BRADFORD 388 .' eol... Black or whitePatent '
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or red. white ft blue
Look over our! Merchandise and COUNTY TELEGRAPH t combination. S.10.

PublU7r erenr Thursday I

23Gr ,,, ,n, Rdw00d REGISTER FOR at 1M W. Call Street Flattering straight leg is the V$ TENNIS
Starke, Florida DOll newest fashion Many i,
PICNIC SET rage. $1 i iLadies

FL PC, IS Tabi. Inch nches.redwood slat table and FREE MAYTAG DRYER Second class postage pUt I I are styles completely to choose from\ washable.and all ,J Our 1.69 Rag.
t at Stark. JJorlda. t
e s c Table size: 27" deep 68" Also opening soon A new ; I Tremendous selection of J "b CanvaaTennis. shoe
rica & fashion colors. ,
..berlltism Rakes w b, In white, black or light
S8 long R ficnl< Store in Macclennv.mUNUSHOaU In trade ares: $30 KT ifornia & set-in .. fab-I. ? blue.. ,Long wearing vinyl
8-18. .j alas canvas uppers ajcushioned
E 1904gob year; 13.75 ux raoatha.
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"49 .L L *.611 T af ;4.. sQ.9ht" DES REpf w II J-.1.4 A1a SJ.a Outside trade *r..a: I9J4 Insoles S-10. I

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Junior Club Will Woman's Club Easter Party Y k ?'

Hear Judge Yawn To Meet April 7 For Young People F't. k ; 5


County Judge T.A. Yawn will Mrs. E.A. Hall International Mrs. J.V. Crosby, Mrs. Ned

be the speaker at the JuniorWoman's Affairs chairman, will present" Couey, Mrs. Charles Johns and
"It Takes Two,
Club meeting Monday program
Mrs. John Greene gave an Eas-
April 6 at 8 p.m. at the club ai'\h8Starke Woman's Club meetIng ter party Saturday afternoon at M
Wednesday, April 8, at 3:30: U
house. The speaker will be Introduced t7dIIII
the home of the latter for 13 n
by Mrs. Harry Gruen, .
p.m.Mrs. youngsters.The
Olin White reminds members -
chairman of the Education De- Easter theme was carried J
to bring their recipe for ''I t
partment. :out In the party decorations and 6 i .
the Sadie. Hawkins cookbook to
refreshments. The children
were

Duplicate Bridge the Hostesses meeting. for the afternoonwill given Easter egg favors. I

Winners Named be: Mrs. G.J. Me Griff Sr., I

chairman, Mrs. R.P. McLendon,

:Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and Mrs. H.L. Speer, Mrs. Guy Sale ) .fit & MAC BALDWIN

[Mrs. Harry Mcoty were the Mrs. Merrill Struth, Mrs. R.A. ( r

winning couple .at ,
John Sanders John
Bridge Club Tuesday Mrs. Mrs. t tI
Haney, Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. ts,.
night when five tables were In
P.T. Nolin, Mrs. Denton Sum- :Mr. and Mrs. William VI''"-

Play.Mrs. rall and Mrs. J.W. Patray Jr. coe Forsyth Jr. anncunc.. i 0.! ;.
J. D. Odotn and; Mrs. birth of
a son, William Vascod
:,:, George Miller were In second III on March 24 In BapUst I r 1 11I .' 'Yy
place, and tying for third Mr. and Mrs. P.B. Masseyof Memorial IYrE
Hospital, Jacksonville -
were Mrs. R Ida'! Day and Mrs. Columbus. Ga. were Sundayto

Luclle Davie and: Curtis. Sand Tuesday guests of Sen. and .

ers end Jud Clements. Mrs. Charley Johns. Bradford County Hospital announces -

The club meets every Tuesday the following births: + a 3
night at 7:45: pm. In the Mrs. J.G. Caldwell attendedthe

Pratt street recreation center funeral of a sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Bost- "'" '-
Mack In Winter
end la open to the public. Mrs. Thomas wick, Starke, a son, James Ran- '- '"'
Garden Jast Thursday.Mrs. -
dall, March 24. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Crawfordand .. -
.
son of Cocoa spent the week- Frank Starling and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gene S. Jer- & {

end with her mother, Mrs. W.H. Shelley, have returned to nigan, Lake Butler, a son,

Hart after their a home ten-day In Arlington visit with Texas Mr. Gregory Keith, March 24. y : : ,, J<'..",[,:.\,

Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. and z ,
and Mrs. W.L. Thomas and Mr. : r;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. ;
daughter, Ame, visited Mr. and and Mrs. Joe Starling. w i#: ,
Mrs. Bobby Welch In Crestview Barnes, Starke, a son Richard -, 1i_
:' '
last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and Ellis, March 24. '(-'\' ,'

Local admittances to Bradford :Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones attended .-
the baptism of their granddaughter There's much to Florida than surf sand
County; Hospital this week Include Johnny and Christine Hart- more 1"A
: H.L. Clark. P.M. Bare- Kathy Green, daughterof :nann of Rockford, Ill. are visIting and oranges. Widely acclaimed for its citrus Indus-

foot, Mrs. Diane Tierney, Cur- Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmannthis Uy, the Sunshine State also ranks fourth in the nation -
tis T. Lee, Mrs. Louise Ten- In the First Baptist Church week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor -
FSU coed
in strawberry production. Pretty
ley Debris King, Art Holllday. Gainesville, Sunday night. Hartmann, who have been
Mrs. Ada Alexander Mrs.CaUle visiting the Al Hartmanns for Jeanne Clark is all !set! to sample a basket of the ber-

Gainey, A.W. Brown,Bloom Pee- Mrs. Wilbur Waters has movedto several weeks returned to their ries to help celebrate the strawberry season, being

bles, Mrs. Agnes Parrish and Pensacola to Join Mr.Corrte Waters home in Rockford, 111. on Wed- observed here this week at the annual North Florida J
who Is stationed at all the Don
C.J. Beck Starke; Mrs. Cathe nesday. They joined
Strawberry Festival held in conjunction{ with the
Field.
rIDe Hopkins, Lake Geneva; De- Champion family at a cookout A
nise F. Ward and Jenese M. Sunday at the Champion cottageon Bradford County Fair.-Photo by Florida News i

Jones, Lake Butler; E.J. Lewis Mrs. Harriet Westburg of Davenport Hall Lake. Bureau Department of Commerce. 4
Ia. Is visiting her son-
,
and Mrs. Emma Mott, Brooker; "
Vicky Norman and Mary H. Bol- in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington '

ton, Lawtey; April M. McKeag, weeks.Mrs. L.H. Jennings for several of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. Gees In Backyard Sweeten 1 -'cu

Ralford; Mrs. Ethel Neuman, Billy Harrington of Jacksonville
Glen St. Mary and Orval Brook- and daughters spent the week-
Ins, Hampton.Pvt. .; Misses Karen Patz, Sandra end with Mrs. Gladys Harrington. The Table And Bank Account
Dennis
Register and Martha spent t
Thursday to Sunday with Karen's
Robert Lex Johns of receivedan
El Florida beekeepers
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Having a few "stands" of bees
of Tampa and
Jackson S.C. spent the Douglas Seymour of 20.1 cents
Fort average per
Lauritsen In New Port Richey. In the backyard is like having
weekend with his fiancee, Miss Hallie Seymour of Cocoa Beach pound for all honey sold, 1.1
Joyce Allen, In Starke and with were visiting their parents, Mr. money in the bank, a University; cents more than 1968. Extracted -
Bennie Williams and Miss of Florida apiculturist believes.There's .
Mrs. Mildred Thrift, and Mrs. J.D. Seymour over unprocessed, In 55
his mother, honey,
Savannah Ga. market
Susan Dukes of the weekend. always a ready ESTON JORDAN
In Macclenny. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Mack with good prices for honey and gallon containers averaged 13 WALTER ALVAREZ

Williams over the weekend. bees are most Important In the cents per pound. Beeswax ave-
Miss Jean Mundy and Mrs. Mrs. W.B. Thompson Jr was raged 62 cents per pound, up
of fruits and veget-
Patricia McLendon of Rock Hill, In the Alachua General Hospitallast production two cents from 1968. I
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harriaoi ables. Without the pollinating
Mrs. W.B. Tuesday and Wednesday for the of the
S.C. were visiting Depending on area
Sr. had as weekend visitors Mr. services supplied by the honey
Mundy over the weekend. and Mrs. Harrison Jr. of Fort surgery.Mr. bee, crops like squash, canta- state, a wide variety of honeyis
Panhandleof
In
the
Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. loupes, cucumbers and watermelons produced.
Bennett In Jacksonville and Mrs. Jack Trawick West Florida tupelo, gall-
Mrs. G.H. was ,
Charles Meyers of Atlanta, Ga., would practically have no SeeYou
in Tampa last Thursday
weekend visiting were and varieties
the berry palmetto
over Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Harri- fruit, since bees do about 82%
and
son-in-law
their
Mr.and Mrs.Randolph Boree. visiting nourish. The citrus belt Is fam-
son of Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald of all the pollination work on these ous for Its orange blossom honey.
William L. Harrison of Way- cucurbits. In fact, scientists say
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Kelly and baby son. Beekeeping Is of a most ancient YouAt
that without bees than
cross Ga. and their families.Mr. more
children and families and widespread culture.
had their lineage
In
ten thousand beneficial
plants
home for the weekend: Mr. anc Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamil- Since before the beginning of
Mrs. Charles Lawson of Tallahassee ton went to Tallahassee Mondayto some way to man would become history, bees have been kept In AtThe
and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsand extinct.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe take their son, Gary, backto some sort of hive and are Insects -
of Jacksonville and
Jordan of Live Oak, Bud Law- family FSU after his spring vaca- Production of honey In Florida whose living together with
Mrs. Mae Hawkins of Waldo ere
son of Marion, N.C., and Misses during 1969 totaled 25,275,000 man has been longest and clo-
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Elizabeth: Lawson and Georgia tion.Mr. pounds, 21 per cent more than sest. Honey is mentioned many
LaBeau of Riviera Beach. Titus Olson. and Mrs. Charles God- the previous year, and seconc times In the Scriptures In such
frey and family of Alken. S.C. "a land flowing with
highest In the Nation. The crop phrases as ,
Joe Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Sapp
Mrs. Charles Parker and fam- spent the Easter weekend with valued at 5.1 million dollars milk and honey."
was -
ily of Cocoa are visiting Mr. and family of Jacksonville were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler There were 337,000 col- Apiculture Is both a science I Get arfinskte"look at the glamorous new Monte Carlo at theI
and Mrs.
visiting Mr. EldonSappon
and Mrs. M.C. Wells and family Jones. onies on hand during 1969 com- and an art, and, down throughthe I

this week. Friday. pared to 321,000 In 1968. Yieldof ages, no other subject has I I
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw been so thoroughly researchedand
honey per colony was up 15
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. of
Mr and Mrs. M.H. Sheppardof Eggers and children of Miami and Mr. per cent, with 75 pounds of honey studied. The purest of all
Jacksonville visitors
Brunswick, Ga. are spending were Sunday and Mrs. R. Beecher of Lyons, produced per colony for the foods, honey Is not only delicious -
Nor-
and
of Mr. Mrs. Tully
Ga. were weekend guests of Mrs.
several days with Mrs. Kate year. but also healthful.

Sheppard. man.Mr. F.J. Shaw.

and Mrs. H.L. Tolbert, Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and Mrs. Bessie Faxon and Mrs.
John Whelcheland
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Daniel,James family of Muncie, Ind. were last Laura Blackwelder of Gaines- I
ofJacksonville
daughter : were
Attended the Patterson-Suttle Montgomery and Mrs. George of visitors of
Friday and Saturday guests ville were Monday
weekend visitors of Mr.and Mrs.
"edd In Montgomery, Ala. Oldham of Lake City were Sun-
JIg Charles Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown. Mrs. Vergie Flynn.
Sawyer. I
Saturday afternoon. They also day guests of Mr. and Mrs.

visited Mrs. Dansby's mother, David Montgomery.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sugars
Mrs. Walla LIpsey spent the
Mrs. Marvin Andrews in Ozark Camden S.C. and
and family of ,
first of the week with Mr. and
Ala. Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrisonhad Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal were Miss Elizabeth Segars of Columbia
their children and families Mrs. C.F. Wright In Gainesville In Cocoa over the weekend vis- University were Thurs-

Mrs. Elsa Lyles of Jackson- here for the weekend: Mr. and iting Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Clark. day to Sunday guests of Mr.

ville spent several days last Mrs. George Morrison, Mr. and and Mrs. J.L. Gentry.
week with Mrs. E.M. Davis and Mrs. Ralph Morrison, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenningsand Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green

Mrs. J.H. Fields. and Mrs. Virgil Morrison of family of Jacksonville were and family and Mrs. J.B. Fields Sgt. Paul Miller of HomesteadAFB
visiting Dr. and Mrs. L.H. Jen-
Leesburg. were visiting Mrs. Harold Ford spent the weekend with his

nings on Sunday in Cocoa: from Thursday to Sun- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
- - ---- -----e .
.....-------- -- --- e Rodney Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. lay.Mr. Miller

Mark Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R.D. Stoll of
.
: NOTICE : V.A. Herlong of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. James McNeelyand :
Frankfurt, Germany are guestsof daughter of Lake City were -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.F.
Dr. and Mrs. D.W. WhIffen
Mr. and
visiting her parents,
e Herlong during the weekend.
e Due to the rapidly increasing costs of pro from Thursday to Saturday.Lt Mrs. Herbert Thomas over the

duction. The Telegraph finds it necessary to Institute Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par- Col. and Mrs. V.J. Spen- weekend.

e a nominal charge for the use of photographs sons of Glen Falls, N.Y. will gler and daughters and Mrs. Murry McRae of FSU spent

e for announcements and engagements on be guests of Mr. and Mrs. ClydeB. Emma Badman visited Mr. and last week with his parents Mr.

e our society panes. The following rates will apply, e Terwillegar next week. Mrs. W.B. Spengler in St. and Mrs. M.M. McRae, during

e effective April 1 : Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bedell, Augustine on Sunday. spring vacation.

Bill Jordan and Miss Letrez Miss Marilyn Bellinger Sam-

ONE: COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM-: ee Stringer of Gainesville were Sun ford University; is home this TROOPER TURLINGTON
day dinner of Mr. and
guests
AIRLY USED FOR ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS e Mrs. J.G. Holton. week on spring break. GETS PROMOTION

: ) $3.00 Trooper Carson Turlington.ftUUoned : .
-- u
ee Weekend guests of Mrs. Lola with the Florid
Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jordan
PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOMAIRLY Johnson were her children and Highway Patrol In Starke for
COLUMN
TWO ee and David visited Don
son, ,
USED:; FOR WEDDINGS) __ $5.00 Arneson In Tampa on Sunday. their families including Mr. and the past two years, has been an axhlblt hat( ,'.aura to rival' your Inl.,.... Tha new. Mont. Carlo, .with. itratagic. portlona cut away 'for easy Inspection,
Mrs. G.S. Robarts of Indiana- promoted to( rank of corpora rotalaa bafor your eyes And with every rotation the body II". oil 'to ravaal I angina, and chasila. This. la juat one ol a numbarnf
polls, Inc., Mr and Mrs. John raw inhibit 'featured In'tha .1870 Chavy Show, a big, wondarful automotive lair for the whole family'
he Is
ee veteran w'th FlIP, nalV'be1ni
Mrs. J.E. Wilson
e We will rontlnue to make no charge: for en returned Livingston, Cocoa: Beach;Mr.and transferred to Deland as
Monday after a ten day visit
gagement announcements: cr wedding write-ups ee with Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mrs. W.E. Johnson and son field supervisor In the office: NOW ON DISPLAY
Hlnesville, Ga., and Mr. and
where no photographs are required. Ryder In Coral Gables. there.
JoinIng
Mrs. Henry Godwin,Starke. -
e The use of color: photographs is discouraged: as Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hodgesand the family Saturday and Sunday AT THE BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR

daugher, Janie, of Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. S.E.
ee were IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
e they .... not reproduce as well as black and white. were Saturday visitors of Kennedy of Keystone Heights we'll get It for ;yon. Office

Please submit black and white photographs, if ee Mr. and Mrs. David Hodges. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cannon Supplies, Furniture, Equip-

possible. ee They all had dinner with Mr. Athens, Ga. tent. Bradford CountyTelegraph.

and Mrs. Larry Miller .
In order to handle wedding articles efficiently eS

The Telegraph requests that all information bee Mrs. Merrill Edwards and son,

submitted no later*han noon Monday following H.G.Stevie Merow, visited, in her Tampa mother on,Wed Mrs. TREESTUMPS I Don't CHOP.,

e the ueddine. Accounts of weddings occuring: ee nesday.Mr. .

more than two weeks before date of publication DIG PUll

cannot he used. Printed wedding Information and Mrs. Paul Faulknerhad

e forms he obtained at The Telegraph office ee as visitors Mr. and Mrs. BLAST!
may
will be e Reed Lewis and family of Sil-
for your convenience. Your cooperation ver Springs on Saturday, and! lfipURSTUM/GR6Y1lER3 .u. 8. 301 North Phone'9447500STARKE

appreciated. Mrs. Mae Jordan: and Mr. and REMOVE THEM 'INfftfNtlVtLY' .f.

Mrs. Harry Jordan of Alma, FREE ESTIMATES = r FLORIDA"Sooner
Ga. Sunday. ,
e The Bradford County Telegraph e on CALL 376-1766
Mrs. Grace Ritch visited Mr.

.eeeee..e.eeeeeeeeeeee'r and Mrs. Jimmy Ritch In Boyn- SAPP'S| Gaintfville j or Later Your Favorite Dealer"

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CrashesContinued t h Emory (Big Boy) Prevatt will and

be general livestock superintendent -
( Tram Page One) In the agriculture division. Mrs.

Friday, March 27. Art Schulz, president of the will
James Jackson McMurtry, 23, Cattleman's Association, will be i
Keystone, driving a 1939 Chev- In charge of the beef and dairy
rolet and Ernest Eugene Williams !- cattle division.

Jr., 21, Gainesville, driv- EVENTS includea 7 7
1968 Ford Mustang, were THURSDAY
ing a
4 A talent t'
concert at p.m.
both traveling south.
show for youngsters is set at
Williams pulled off onto the
shoulder of SR-21 and attempted 8 p.m. Midway attractions provided -
J Jti by Pete Briggs Fun Zones ( )
.
U-turn according Patrolman 1
a / ,
R.W. Pace. McMurtry's ______ _j. ___ and enlarged this year, will be '
Chevrolet collided with the left -- --- featured at 6:30: and 9:30: p.m.

side Chevrolet of Williams'left 142 Mustang.feet of skid The :Stale; Science; l '(li it- 1uitrtdIl111oftey1s pal Bradford Richard Middle Jockel School Is in Prlncir chargeof Jacksonville.'f;

marks before the impact. the annual talent show. ;
McMurtry was charged with 1 Found Friday April" 3, Is "Straw- ;!
A of the
berry Day. highlight
driving without lights. Williamswas .
will be the seventh
lour-day fair
im-
charged with making an

propor start from a stopped position. These |10 f Bradford students will drew,. 10: ;Mike King ]10; Richard annual berry Bradford Queen Beauty County; ; pageant Straw- < .

Both. drivers were taken to compete, in Ihe Stale Science Fair in Kirkland 10; lee Hardcnbrook 10, which begins at 8 p.m. Friday. I

the University of Florida :Medical IVns.iu.lapril' S-M. if they can find :tndtrey' :' (::11>'. 10. Eleven contestants from Baker, '

Center, but have been released $ '120; 'to l tin.ince the trip. The "student' themselves, raised $33 Bradford Clay, and Union Coun- '

front row' ((1-1') : :Mark Harden- withI' / 'hake; l sale.' They plan /a !second'; ties will compete of North for the Florida.berry ( !

Hutton Lee Clark, 50>, Starke, hl'olll.f!)lh I irade;" ; ;Mike Cissy.; 9. Eulm't' *-ale i ''fIC'ay' (Thursday. April 2)) queen The contest title is sponsored for year :
with failure to have
was his vehicle charged under control when gene: M nk. 12. and Mike White ]10. after, school in front of Stan's Boot- the second straight year by the ,

his 1969 Ford left SR-100. hit flack!: row! : Bill I'1'rick. ]12; Jimmy Anrv.. Starke Junior Women with Mrs. ])a I t ?;f

a culvert and rolled onto its Donna Gruen in charge. .
SATURDAY HAS BEEN desig-
top. Clark was taken to the Brad-
ford County Hospital Friday, nated as country western day at :, .
:March 27, and discharged Tuesday ,. the fair. Horse frolics, spon- Snap
sored by the Bradford Roping !
Damage to his car was
estimated by Trooper Pace at Club, are to begin at 2 p.m.
There will be prizes and rib-
100.!: :: :
The accident occurred in wet bons for the winners.A area 7

conditions on U5-301 two miles country western jamboreeis to :
slated for 8 p.m. featuringthe
south of Starke at 11:45: p.m.
Marl Lyn Show, popular entertainers -
James Michael Breeden, 16, 1964. !
North Florida and
Keystone ]Heights( was hospitalized r in I
after his 1964 Dodge, tra- South Georgia. ;
x nr According to David Smith the
veling wet! on SR-100 9.6 miles y .... 19G& :
his been
1970 swine show : can-
..
east of Starke, left the road and .. 1967 ; :
;:
., ;., celed due to state and federal :
hit a tree. Breeden was dis- '
g restrictions on the movementof 18! I !
charged Tuesday from BUI.: :;j
hogs.A : ; ;
lie was charged with failure to .
herdsman award as,
special ,
have his vehicle under controlby
I sponsored by the Starke Rotary
Trooper R.W. Pace.Estimated 1. ?
Club, will be presented to the
speed was 60 mph and the road f.
was described as clear, straight/ livestock exhibit with outstanding -
.
u.'li
and level. :! neatness, cleanliness, and We Just Paid Out Over
The driver and one passenger .I sanitation.The .
herdsman is directly responsible -
in a 1968 Chevrolet pickup truck

in were a collision injured Saturday with Mack: March28 semi, Four! persons! were slightly injured collided Saturday, knocking/: the camp- his exhibit for and the its quarters condition, the of In

tractor and trailer. Willie Olen \\ hen t the pick.. -up truck and car abot'r body off the t truck. Kotarians note, and this award $50,000.00 EarningsTo
be incentive to the
Benfield, Hudson, N.C., was should an
herdsman and should add greatly -
treated His and released! at BCH. Collision i I to the appearance of the live-
Knocks
8, ws daughter described, Melanie as Benfield in good:,! Camper OffAn stock barns.POULTRY. Our Savers

condition contributing over

Driver of the big truck Dcwey (out of coat"ol northbound. inn at Duval Medical Center. strip and:! collided with the $6,000,1)00) to the Bradford County w ,.
will also be dis- 'yFb'W'aXIy Cmq
on T A b
Leon Humphries, 38, Pine (,roie, rnr rMlidc'' with a pickup and driver of 'the 18 Chevrolet ( IBfiO Ford truck in the south- economy Y
will be to the
There
Penn., had the rig parked at trucl t: : camper: on raln-sllckcn- which went out of control, ibound lane The camper ijody play. prizes
the Plaza Lodge :Motel parking r'.1.| t.TS:011'1: jjhtly inUa.njf' : was charged with speed too was knocked off the truck anl: poultry outstanding, miscellaneous youth exhibit fowl, large and k

lot. Humphries left the parking ; persons Saturday, :March% great for conditions lie was landed;! upside down beside the exhibits.
lot driving to the 301 Restaurant Z", 'also Injured! in the wreck highway.The :\ egg Bradford County produces a

next door traveling northin Three paiflenirT! !I in the accident occurred) 3.5 million layers a year now rai-
301 the southbound lane of I .S. pl'k'1I1' h urk. lil\"n bv Purls The Chevrolet wail tinvel'nsf miles south of Mixvlll\ In City ses five million fryers and pro-

Etheridge., according to Trooper K.CJ Hill! t r>. Vila Citen NY.. north and attempted to pass an County about 10 a,m. Saturday. duces around 4,5000,000 eggs,
I ILIAC'! 1rht!: !'nlal'Iel| They unknown vehicle. According to Rain was falling when the accident according County Agent George
As
the rig was turning into .
'.veepU', DoiK l II ill. 48: BtAm FHP Tr"i"pit w T>- ivv\\, nr.Snasn occurred and four-laned Ilugglns.
the restaurant the .
collision:: with
the ",' : hail. !1, and Steven : lest control of his c-nr. highway had 'water standingon Paul Hutchins( vocational agri-
pickup, traveling south
oc- ]tall, l i". AI'h. ? It 'traveled will in ,,
) c'nuphter! across the median it. culture teacher, be chargeof
curred.
to the
Damage big truck .
'r! Udl(I! I I:1':: not mimed.. the youth division.
to was the estimated pickup at S2 Ul1J.IMW.(;.00.:; ( ( [) and ..,. ;fir h .t.: ,nWI.; ,;\" I-I"--sic.' Jack Hazen, president of the tS

Berries Roads Hurt By RainsContinued North Assoc.Florida, will be Poultry in charge Producers of the

SAPfisraSE adult exhibits. Prizes will be a-

( Prom Page One) warded in the rabbit section.
G,T. MUGGINS, county agent,
URGnI = inches at the Santa Fe tower day, however, when! the qualityof will supervise agriculture pro-

I /I., I I. /p. .," .. I Illpnphnn' (lilting just as the county's the berries appeared to be ducts exhibits. Class I crops
strawberry crop was about (to coming back to the high that wasexpected. Inlcude yellow and white corn,
.
,1tI(l/M I/V// / ,1111/' / "0 IIISjffett / _." FINS
begin yielding at peak voluni, sweet potatoes and ml cel-
7itt'S"etna' the eight inch rain over the "They even squeak when you laneous.
,PRUNING MOSSING BRACING CABLING weekend cut the expected volume rub them," said I-awtey j grower Class 2 vegetables and fruit
TREE FEEDING ,CAVIL REPAIRS Fear that water. saturated Jimmy Gaskins of berries he prizes will be awarded the best
fAil REMOVAl berries would not ship to !New picked Tuesday morning vegetable display, individual veg-
STUMP fork without molding made the etable, fruit, nuts, and rare specimen -
Gainesville; GRINDING "They were wet, you'd better
price dip to S2.r Monday. .
.. "
FREE ESTIMATES NwaehST: 376-1766or372.9538| Bsrry: growers were regaining believe hair(! his, :20-acres Gaskins berries added. About wereundl.r Miscellaneous prizes will go I
some of their optimism Tues- for the best jar of honey, extracted -
after the big rain;
L water '.._ In the comb, best jar
in ic3raary;; and somewcreaga "
of syrup, and other miscellaneous a
under! water :MlJnda '.
entries.
Berries were picked :Mondaybut ENTRIES in the home divisionare 1

growers were throwing awayas open to the public and Include t
I 111 1 many as the packed ""I 1 fig- canned products, baked

U 'I 1 :) ure grower-shipper it cost m' :\$5UUU' ,Carter.said products crocheting.The needlework. knittingand

i,. .f Quality and price of the buries \ youth division entries are
is expected to impro.e by
supplied by students of Brad-
V the latter Dart of the week ford and surrounding counties.
but It all depends on how the
\ One department is for the jun- 1
I IV- weather acts.Condition ior students (including the ninth yI
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of the coun "s loads ) and for senior
grade one stu-
/ also depends upon fair weather dents (grades 10-12)).
j\/\ holdlix. Except: for the roads :Mrs Gene Rayburn is chair-
listed above, I Foreman R.E.::Jones
M"r man of the arts and crafts exhibits -
I lr says, the coun "s' dirt loads which Include oil paInt- ir
are passable. ,
ings water color, charcoal or
Thcy'ie passable but that
pastels, and pencil or pen.
doesn't msan you can do it in Another class will include wood
: : comfort" Jones commented.It burning, metal and leather craft

I 1/ ,, will cost about $700 per sculpture, mosaics, novelties,
J mile to get the county's 321 and ceramics.
miles of roads into the shape "!loUda's In Bradford County"is
they were before tho weekend the theme of the flower show
rain, or about $63,000 Jones
How many things have estimates. The county;) has a

source of dry fill, however, in 1 Arrested,
put in "a safe place" the 10-acre tract recently pur-
you chased at the cointy land fill 1 SoughtFor
off SR-100 near Key> stone Heights.

and never been able In February, the filling had to Arson
wait for the cu.mtj to purchase
the new fill became it was ton;
to find again; wet to dig anywhere else. (Continued From Page one)

Bradford Count; has had dou- DID YOU GETYOUR SLICE ?
ble the 50- 'ear average rain- nom a fuel tank to saturate the
Careless misplacement or careful "hiding"as fall during the first quarter of house before setting fire to it

surely ns fire or theft can "rob" 1970, according to the Forest and making: their escape. The

of important other Service. Hampton;; Fire Department was If Not Open Your Account Today
you jewelry, --
papers
Total rain in January, February called to the scene, but due to

valuables. andIarch: this year is delay In placing the alarm, could ((2.50 minimum) If you didn't get
26.25 inches. This
to
compares
not save the house.
Kent l a !safe tlepo-it 13.23 Inches for the same three enough add to your account and Earn
months:) over the past 50 years Missing from the home were:
box here right now During the same three months one large deep freeze, one dou- More in the Second Quarter!

in 1969 the county had 17.58 ble over gas range, one apart-
inches of rain, nearly five inches ment size electric range, and
over the average. one pink enamel electric stove.
Total rainfall in 1969 was 81.76
The last two items had been pur-
FLORIDA I inches, compared: : to the 50->'ear chased by Mrs. Studer for a 1 M
average of 63.92 inches. The 1969 lunch room and small store she
total of 81.76 inches plus the
planned to build on the property -
.
BA.r: (')( IA"" S TAR K E the 26,25 first inches three that months has fallen of 1970 in and were still In their car-

n., ., make a total of 108.01 inches, tons.was Total In value excess of the of appliances $1,000.- q SAVINGS AO LOAN ASSOCIATION

or 12 feet of rainfall in the They were not included In her +
Member Federal l Deposit Insurance Corp. past 13 months
insurance coverage.
|o.No..3 < wt M HUOtiOM tntlfvun
Total rainfall for :March 1970 ,wOROA nan
is 11.02 inches compared to a Also lost in the fire were
One of 30 Bank or the Florida National GroupI'MiK 50-jear avg. of 3.07, or 7.93 200 2x4's and 50 sheets of pan- Time and Temperature 24 Hours A Day"

inches above the 50-yearar'erage eling stored on the porch for use
for March. in the proposed store building.

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Maria Hanker&on. Carolyn Williams tlce starting April 6. Chapter 168 will .be held Thursday per Will'ams'! pastor. Sunday Saturday night dinners will be pastor. Sunday School, 10 *Jn.
Hope M. Jackson and GIRL SCOUTS MEETING night April 2. at 8 p.m. In School. 9:45: am. Morning ser- sold from the kitchen. Lovefeast service at 11. Holy:
CommunityNews Tonga Macksy. Each won '*n. Troop 628 meets each Monday the Masonic HaU on BrownleeSt. vice at 11. 6 p.m. Holy Communion Ebenezer Baptist!: Church, Communion, e p.m. Senior
,
Easter rabbit:: male: In the Ceramic afternoon at 5 p.m. at All members ere requested and Foot Washing service Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Choir rehearsal Tuesday night'
: Class at the Recreation Greater Allen Chapel AME to be present and on 'time. The annual Youth Day The Pastor's anniversary will /before .the First and Third
Center. Church. All girls are asked to SCHOOL NEWS Drive starts Sunday morning' start Thursday and services IEunda,. Junior: Choir rehearsal
LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALLAll please be present and on t me. Friday, April 3. will be a and will terminate Sunday, 'Vi1l1.be held for 'the activity Saturday night before the second -
boys Ages 9-17 are askedto NAACP MEETING holiday for the children of April 26. Monday :night. Choir Friday night, term'natlng! Sunday <<- and fourth Sunday.
register for Little League "There 'will be a called meet Bradford County .to attend the No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday night at 3 pjn. The Junior Choir
Basbnll practice: which started ing; (f the Bradford-Union Fair that Is in progress for Choir No. 3 rehearsal and Ushers 'will 'be In charge. BTU will beheld POST SU TO MEET
last Monday. The parents and NAACP Thursday night April' four days Wednesday through Board will meet. Wednesday at 3 p.m. Sunday. Even American Legion Pot 314
Hy Elizabeth givens Walker interested citizens are asSesd t<> 9, at 8 p.m. at Bethel Baptist Saturday. Friday will ,be a night Prayer Meeting. ing service 6 p.m. All members will meet at 2 pm. Sunday at
please.cooperate! with these ac Church Starke. All membersand Planning Day far Teachers of Thursday night Ladles Circle are asked to please cooperate RJE school. All member are
WrLrLrLWw -' tivities.All Interested citizens are Bradford County. will meet at the home of Mrs. w'.th this activity. urged to attend. Important
RECREATION NEWS (the Easter Egg Hunt were Jim- girls ages 9-17 are askedto asked 'to ''be present. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Sarah Prince. Friday night Mrs. Raynell English reporter. business Willl! be discussed
Winners! of tha prize em d rye Aldrldge. Eddie: Bunch register at the Recreationcenter DELL CHAPTER OES Greater Bethlehem FreeWill Prayer Band will meet at the Greater Allen Chapel AME Sewell Proctor, Commander.
. for Girls Softball prac- The regular meeting! of Dell Baptist Church Rev. Jas home of Mrs. Emma McKay. Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins,
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12 Team ASA Invitational

and PARTICULARGet
THRIFTY

Softball Tourney Set HereStarke's



First Annual Pre- Plymouth\ of Savannah Gs.

Season Invitational' Softball All names will ba played ..at The New Magic Chef Gas Range
Tournament" West Side
featuring 11 Park Softball F'eW.

teams from Florida: are ono Tournament pa we,* will be re- Now During Slade's Great
from Savannah, will be played quire:! for admission at $1.
at West Side! Park Wednesday.:! This pass is rood! for the en-
April 8, through Sunday April tire tournament schedule!
:nM K rte 12.

w The tournament Is sanctioned ,SCHEDULE:
by .the Amatuar! SaKfcall: As-

T Delation of America and will Wed., April 8-7:30: p.m. Pa-
be sponsored by the Starka latka> vs Macclenny; 9 PJn., FAIR DAYS SAVINGS !
Recreation! Department and Gainesville! vs The White Lion.
the Garden! Restaurant
Thurs., April 9-7:30: p.m.,
Teams participating! In the
Garden Restaurant St. Augustine --
double elimination event are: Mccse; 9pm. Ormond Chef Particular and
barren; Restaurant of Stance; Vaughn's vs Warren Motors. Magic likes you because you are Thrifty and so

The White Lion and the MWS.J: Friday, April 10-7:30 ,p.m., do we. You'll give us a good look, Make Comparisons and come
Club of St. Augustine; Sea Ssaboarj,! :! Coact Line vs Mac-
board Coast Line and Warren clenny-Palauka Winner: 8:45: back to us for the Best Buy. Lots do and so will you.

.hiIw Motors of Metro Jacksonville; p.m. Ormojid Ont'cal'! vs G'vlllo

Metro Tampa: independent White Lon! Winner; 10 p.m.,
Tigers! of Macclsnny; Suthern Tampa vs Ga-den-Moose! Win.
Air (formerly RUM Piker) of ner; 11:30: pjn. Savannah\ vs MOBRDBISMM r
Gainesville; Vaughn's! Grocery jT'
Warren Motors-Ormond Vaughan ;
and OrmowJ:! Beach Optical :: Winner.

of Ormond Beach: Palatka Scheduled games will resume t. rrI .
Merchants! : and Dixie Chrysler as tip
Tj Saturday morning at 9 a.m. I +r a. >= sail
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Plaza Lodge set down Law- It
\ nsa.
Lawtey scored:! a 17-0 opening
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tey 12-2, and Cunningham Gulf
win over Starke Utilities: and .
took the measure of the Recreation .
the Recreation Department -
Department 15-7 and the
M9I took Winn Dixie 19-9 In the I MAGIC
winners will meet In the finals CHEF.;
it the tournament of the Men's opening round of the Men's!! I
Recreation Softball League. Pre-Season Softball Tourna 30" or 36" RANGE gas range All of the other Features as

The Recreation Dept, and Law- ment. I shown plus the all new
Mari Lyn To Be Featured toy will meet in the consolation
Group
MAGIC CHEF FEATURES
game. In the first game the Lawtey will meet Plaza Completely automatic: Porcelain Continuous Clean
I Plaza surprised Lawtey in a Lodge and Recreation' Depart- I Throughout Infinate Heat Clock, with hour timer

In Fair's Country Music ProgramMarl game ings because which of went the only 10 run 5 rule.Inn- ham ment Gulf will go In against the' second Cunning roundof time with no like cool expensive down or heat Electric up Cast High Slint Iron Front Performance Burner Controls Lifetime RANGE

... the
Plaza scored 8 runs in the sec- singles elimination Ranges. Red Wheel< Lo-Temp Oven Cleans while you cook, economically
ond inning to put the game away. event.In Control,
South She la
Georgia
a unique
Lyn (above) .and ths and Lawtey had only 2 hits and those Chrome Plited. Non-Tllt No exces* tempera
Circle K Wranglers! will feature outstanding country-west: came in the final inning of play. Monday! night's game FAIR DAYS PRICE Oven RecksRemovable tures required like In electric
ern arttet Jn the
the Country Western Show teenage group, Plaza Lodge collected 14 hits Lawtey rapped out 14 base I Oven Door and Ranges. Specially treated liners
and Jamb3ree this Saturday: :according to Myers. Blessed and were paced by Ralph Gllpln I hits In only 4 innings as they Door a .
out and Moderate heats combine to
with a fine singing voice she led .toy more than 10 and Roll Broiler and 2 Piece:
with 3 runs!
hits in 3 bats. I
April 4, at 8 p.m. at the Bradford I
has already made her mark as ( Broiler Pan do cleaning chores for you.
County Fair and Straw- In the second game, Cunningham did not bat In the bottom of $16600Choice your
4 Levelera'
A fine and talented Leg
berry Festival. performer. Gulf had little trouble with the fifth. Starke Utilities man- W.T
The group replaces Country She has been performing; the Recreation Department as aged only 3 safe'es. Lawtey
Bill's Talent Auditions, but all since the are of four and was they were never behind. The had 6 players with 2 hits of Colors
entrieswill ,be honnrei! +.HV M) voted top female country art- Gulf team found the pitching of each. In the second game the nI only)' $249a50See
Marl Lyn Show and IncludedIn ist In Florida:! and South Georgia Gene Rayburn to their liking Recreation. Dept. found themselves Them all at The 0 $1990Fair .
their In 1969. The Marl Lyn and collected 16 base hits The trallln' until the third
night, according program to Fair Saturday Manager Show ala> features Wally Ger Recreation Dept could muster inning ,but went ahead! In the Fair or our Show Room Choice of Colors
many DeWitt Carson- Frank only 10 hits off the pitching of third frame to stay. The game Days Price
Mari John Lyn.Myers.from Lake City isa Koon. Jr.. and David Jordan. James Louis. Marvin Moore hada saw 30 base hits, 20 by the Recreation 332 W. Madison St. .
The group has also been honored perfect night at the plate goIng : Dept.: and 10 by Wlnn
star of stage, radio and TV
(
Is a widely known young 'western ) .aa the number! one young 3-for-3. Dixie. RIohard Williams, Jim No Messy Charcoal l -
country bond In Florida la Veasey Gene Melvin, and Ran- Register For
artist In north Florida and 1969. SCHEDULE dy Jones each collected three No Waiting To Grill: -

Thurs. April 2- 7:30: Recrea- hits for the winners. Lloyd Allen Cook Quickly with the Same

Thieves Take New Lawtey Store tion ningham Dept vs vs Plaza Lawtey Lodge.; 9:00: Cun- Finals was 3-for-4 of the for tourny the will losers.! be .....R E i... Great Taste onPERMANENT

Cash FromRestaurant Hit For Second played Thursday night, April 2. CHARCOALGAS

Time Monday NightThe CHARCOAL GRILL

/o/nt Services the O1d1t/J1wt v_ Register at our Booth at
new Handy! Way store at DURING FAIR DAYS
Lawtey was broken! into Mon Meet I The Fair
Between $350 and $400 In day night for the second time ThursdayA

cash has been reported stolen since Its opening seven weeks ,. cANo .
from the Longhorn Restauranton ago. 7:30: meeting 'tonight 6f ,
south Temple Ave., accord- (Thursday, April 2)) will heara 7e
Ing to the Starke Police Department Although. an inventory! has Joint committee from the SLADE
not been taken since the theft, city and county discuss the GAS AND APPLIANCES
Still under Investigation, the nothing was apparently m'ss- possibility of combining to pro. "
theft occured sometime last Inar except >an undetermined vide some services Jointly] "These days about the only
Thursday night after the res- number of cigarette.. thing you can be sure of get- 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7701

taurant closed at 11 p.m. The theft lock place some Toe group will meet In the ing for a nickel is five pen
Thieves cut the lock off the
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new courthouse
with City Councilman nies.
side door of the restaurant, time after closing time, 11 Nell I
cut the lock off the cash locker p.m. Monday, and was reported _u_ _....Tucker presiding - - - - - - - - - -
and tore open a cash box to the sheriffs office at 7 The "ciiywin also be rpresented
by Councilman I II
Jimmy
Tuesday.
containing the money. The a.m.
Bowen and Mayor Carl HurS't.The .
theft was not discovered until ;
Fri- Deputy Robert! Green said county' will have Comm
the restaurant was opened
day morning, according to the thieves' entered the store stoner RalPh Bryan County THE COMMUNITY STATE BANKOF
Patrolman Calvin Pace. iby beating the aluminum Attorney Thenon Yawn, and
In other cases, thieves also framework argund the plate Road Foreman R. E. Jones.
stole a candy machine fromin glass front door uni'l the bolt
front of Starling's Farm lock was freed. It was entered Two major Ideas discussed STARKE
Supply on North Temple Ave.A on February 24 in much the at previous meetings are a .
common garage or ;repair shop
car owned by Barney same manner.
McRae, Lafayette Street resident and a common jail.
was found in a GaInes- Evidently the thieve don't STARKE, FLORIDA
ville shopping center Tuesday mindwoiklnj in the open, -as A report on the state laws
after being stolen from In frontof the store front Is brilliantly! which permit the. city and
McRae's home Sunday night. lighted during! the night and county to Join together. toward
The thieves pushed the car, a is located: facing! Highway 225, common goals will be prsented
1964 cream colored Chevrolet, across from the new Lawtey by Judge Yawn. On Certificates
from In front of the home, and post office.
After the Now To
meeting. Chairman
straight wired the switch to Paying Up J/2

make the theft. .:.:-:.::::X-;:;:;*:::*:;:>::*:::M:;:*::>:::;:::<::==-, ::::::::::::::::::-.::::--:::: hopes Tucker to have says, ready the committee Of
Stolen from the car was a recom- Deposits
quantity of fishing gear and mendations .to make to the city

jld clothes used for fishing. Dateline BMS council, and county commission I



:x::::::::::::::::::::::x:::x;:;:::::x::%:;:::x:::S::x;::::x::::::::::::::x:::{::S; The Rates
We Now
March School Pay Following ..
Here's hoping that everyone
Y enjoyed their Spring Vacation. Funds Increase
I'm sure that everyone en-
joyed the vacation from school Bradford schools received a I
and some managed to get a tan total of $162,503 in state educational -
or should I say a sunburn? funds In March, about

$8,000 more than was distributed -
L I1
Ask to the county in March 1S69.
State educational funds distributed 5'0512cyo 5o/4cyo i
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Charley The DCT Club of BUS will Included Minimum Foundation 4'0
be circulating petitions for your Program, recalculationand
:
r4 belief in Democracy to all BHS sales tax funds, accordingto
E.Johns. students. You may sign the petition -
a report released by Comptroller On Certificates of Deposit On Certificates of Deposit -
but you are not obligated Fred O. Dickinson, Jr. On Certificates of Deposit of $2,000.00 to I
to. Statewide,. Dickinson reportedan On Passbook of $2,000.00 to of $2,000.00 to
Increase of $5.6 million in $100.000.00 with a Ma1100,000.00 with a Maturity I
with Maturity
$100,000.00 a
educational funds distributed to Savings turity of 12 Months. of 24 Months.
About This Question: the 67 counties in March com- of 6 Months.

"Our 50 year old home was Friday April 3, Is Fair Day pared to the same month In
for all school students In Brad-
It 1969. $49.8 million was dealt
badly damaged by fire. ford County. School will not be
out last month, a 12 per cent
will cost us $5500 to repair In session that day. Friday will statewide increase overthe$44.2
the home our fire be a Planning Day for teachers. million distributed in March 1969.
insurance is for $12.000 Tickets for the fair are still Clay County school received 7'0 712
on sale at the Chamber of Com
$382,585 last month,
but the insurance compam"Allows merce In Starke. up over %
the
$80,000
only$3200 damage, over $301,721 revived .
in March 1969 Union
valueof
as the 'depreciated' schools received$50,431upfrom
the burned out portion.Is $47,931 received in March 1969. I On Certificates of Deposit of On Certificates of Deposit of I
All Juniors selling candy should
Greatest of state's
it possible today 10 insure turn In their money or unsold monthly school source fund package was $100,000.00 or more with q $100,000.00 or more with a. I II
a home to 'full relacement' boxes of candy to Mrs. R.V,
the MFP which provide $40.6 of 12 months
of 6 months. Maturity .
? value? Turner this week. million. Remainder came from Maturity I II

recalculations of amounts coun-
Charley E. ties were due under the MFP I
3ecause of attendance changes
JOHNS AGENCY Until next week. everyonebe since last fall and from the F.D.I.C. I .
careful and (have a nice time state sales tax. These sources MEMBER

131 So. Walnut St. at the FAIR. until then see irovlded $6.7 million and $ ..6nllllon I
you around campus. respectively. -
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:) All-Area TeamA Lake City DefeatGoing


r pair of high scoring basketball
named to ''the Gainesville Sun's
aces from Bradford Class AA-A team for
All-Area
High David McKnlght and down 5-0 before Lake under the lights here.
I Golfers :Mark Graudons, have been the 1969-70 leason. City here Tuesday night, Tornado All three games are conference -
RECREATION NEWS McKnlght led the Tornadoes baseballers lost their fourth contests. Six regular sea
'" with an 18.7 scoring average straight Florida Star Conference son games remain in the bas*.&
even though he missed almost )bull schedule.
_D U.IJ: IIJ ......._ SixthIn the last half of the season game.BUS nine Is now 3-6 for

with ankle ..InJur, s. The 6-1 170 the season and 3-5 In the con- Strawberry
pound senior was hurt at Bol- a..' ference.

leos, stayed out for six games, nvr First baseman Jim Temple Golf Meet
Loop curve 'back for the conference continued his hitting rampage.
tournament, '''then had his nigh in a 2-for-3 performance Tues-
; .9 school. career ended after day night, he lifted his averageto April 1012The
playing less than two minutes the .55 mark. He has 15 hits

ContestTornado before injuring his ether ankle. in 30 at-bats so far this season. fourth annual Strawberry
McKnlght could do It all. JI He was hitting at a .485 pace Invitational Golf Tournament is

j. .. !golfers placed sixth. played forward, but could dribible going into the game. set at the Starke Golf and Country -
16 strokes back of champion. Orange Park, in the Florida ,i handler as !well. His absence tered six Tornado hits, fanned Starting times are available
Star Conference soil meet at was the difference In victory six, and walked Just two men now for the pro-am on Friday,
e Deerwood Country Club in and' defeat In several games, in shutting out BHS. Losing pit- April 10, at 8:30: a.m. to 12:06
Jacksonville last Thursday Coach Mike Sexton has said. l cher was BUS' Johnny Brown pun. and restarting at 12:30 to
April 26. Graudons a 6-2 190-pound who also allowed six hits, struck 2:40: p.m., according to Club
two but walked seven ba
out Pro Herb Herres.
The Raiders won the loop senior, started stow but came
title by one stroke. over' Pa- oo strong in the last half of ters. that bad The format has been changed,
"We didn't play a Herres
with four
latka, 159 to 160. OP players the season The BHS center ball game tonight," Coach Jim says by certified flightsprefltehted handi-
had individual! scores of 37, was termed by Coach Sexton
Garllngton said after the game.
; ._. caps. ChampionshlD night will
aa capable of scoring 25 or 30
and 43.
41.
38. His Tornadoes Just couldn't bunch be scratch players to four handI-'
Lucky finders of prize Easter eggs In the big Bolles, the favored team points anytime he made up their hits and the seven walks cap, First Flight 58. Second
which had a bed. day was his mind' Oraoxlons ended too hurt when Lake City got their
hunt Friday each got a large: ceramic Easter Bunny r1f Flight 9-12, and Third Flight
third at 165 total In a year, his!' third as a basketball base Gar-
score six hits with men on 12 and over Cow net).
made in the Recreation Department's ceramics class.
I < tie with dark horse Lake City. letterman, with a 15 point aver. iington noted. Entry fee is $20. First round
Winners are (I-r) Paul Farebee, Mike Simmons, Live Oak was fifth at 174. BHS age.Two "One of those games when we of the 36-hole Invitational is Sat-

Kevin Hutson, W. ,T. Prevatt, Bobby Smith, and_Doug was sixth at 175 Fernandlna. Florida Star Conference couldn't get the key hit." the urday. April 11, and the second
Chilson. seventh at 176, and St. Augustine \ wMark representatives on the Sun':' coach said.Tornado. round is Sunday April 12.
trailed In eighth place at all-area team Bobby Frier of baseballers will be
EASTER EGG HUNTA Live Oak and Steve Dortch of on the road this weekend.Friday. .www

BIG SUCCESSThe 190.Tornado golfers didn't plaYas Lake City, were the high !Scor- 1 April 3, they will be in Orange GLASSFOR
Starke Recreation De- well they could have ing members of the ten man Park for a 3:45: P.m. game.
partment's Annual Easter Egg & BHS first team. Mark Graudons, with two wins
& Coach David Nurse said ( David McKi..g6t EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
Hunt was a huge success as $U had chances 'to ;place higher, Frier, a second team pick in two starts is scheduled to

approximately 200 egg hunters r !t ir' but didn't. last season, finished the sea are Kevin Bryant. Lincoln start. His shoulder is reported

attended the event,Friday,March The Tornadoes met Macclenay son 'With a 22.8 average as he High' : Arnette Hall, Gainesville better after getting sore.
27, at West Side Park. here Tuesday, March 31. paced the Bulldogs to a 16-3 High: Ray McGee, OIlS; Char Saturday to April Jacksonville 4, the Tornadoes Bolles- FOR EVERY PURPOSE
The hunt was divided into three go
will Fernandina record and the FSC tile '
host
They leg Simmons, Lincoln Alfred
; for 1:45 Larry
a : p.m. game.
with
separate age groups two FI1!d>ay. April 3, and! 'will travelto Dortch. only Tiger to make Smith, Live oak and Keith Tanner who has recovered from SHEA'SGLASS
prize eggs in each group. Winners the first team hit for 22.5
Orange Park next Tuesday, a Whitescarver, Gainesville. severe shin splints is scheduled -
of each
group were:
ToddlersPaul Farabee and April 7, average during the season Second team members' are to start that game. Co.172.4115372.41S3.
Doug Chilson. The district golf 'tournament while Lake City "was compiling Johnny Foreman, GUS; Bobby Next Tuesday April 7, the

5-6-7 Yr. OldMike Simmons ;la set Friday. May 10, at the a 5-13 record Dortch Is a Jun- Houston, LC: Bobby Morgan. Tornadoes will play their final III! N.W. 4th Hun
and W.T. Prevatt. Mayport Naval Air Station Golf Graudona ior end 'will be back next year. :LC: Oordle Mtott. OIlS, andGerald home game of the 1970 season. 001".11I.
8 and OverKevin Hutson and And Country Club. Other first team members Pamell. :LC. They meet Live Oak at 7:30: p.m.

Bobby Smith.
The eggs for the Hunt were I

donated by Bradford Feed Incorporated )! Live Oak I
for the second yearin "
."
a row. The prizes were ce- .J.:;01kt: : e' .,"
remlc rabbits which were made "I.\U\ tfJ!: Goes 86-46
in the Recreation Dept's Ceramic Dinette Price-Break !
Program, under the super- It was Easter balls (Not

vision of Mrs. Georgia Rayburn. eggs, ya dope!) that this By RunnersA

toddler busily hunted.
MEN'S RECREATION Todd is the 17-month old much improved Bulldog team
SOFTBALL LEAGUETO Coach Lo-
to

MONDAY OPEN NIGHT PLAY son McLeod.of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne per according trackmen, ran 86-46 over in Bradford a George dual meetIn High LUXURIOUS DINETTES, FOR JUST $88! ...._- ,.. ..7 PC. GROUPS!

The recently formed Men's Recreation Live Oak Tuesday.
Softball League will open High spots for the Tornadoeswere
regular play for the 1970 sea- :
son Monday, April 6, with two BHS CoffersDown Jimmy Andrews 21.6 in the

games on tap. 180-yard low hurdles, his best
Games will be played each time of the year to win that
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday Baker event.
nights, 7:30.and 9 p.m. at WestSide oucfr easr
li'" ;"Tim Murphey high Jumped 5-10 DINIKTT..)
Park. -
ror a first place. -
The league is composed I of Shooting their best rounds of Jimmy Andrews also won the I I

eight teams. WInD Dixie, Mad- the year. Tornado: golfers. defeated 120-yard high hurdles In 159.
lion Street Baptist Church, Baker County High.. 158 Murphey was third in 16.9. .
Starke Utilities, Cunningham
Gulf, Plaza Lodge, Lawtey The 195 in aggregate score here John Douglas won the 100-yard I
Recreation Tuesday. dash In 10.4. He has not been
and the Starke
Profs
beaten in the conference this
Dept. Mike Pogg. taking over thenumber season. His best time to date
Schedule one posit'xm! for BHS, is 10-flat. { r jj r i
67:30 Wlnn 14'
Monday April : 9 shot a 37 over -the nine holes, Freshman arty Green won U .lli
Recreation Dept.,
Dixie vs his beat round of the season. the mile in 4:57.5: and the two ,
t
p.m. Madison Baptist vs The Dale Johns come through witha mile run in 11:08: for BHS' only II r.Y ys- ; 3W.r

Profs. Starke consistent 40. Richard Rob- double win. The Tornadoes were ; .
'April 7- 7:30
Tuesday 9 Cun- erts, number 3 man, had a 40 1-2-3 In the tyro mile run with tii
Utilities vs Gulf Lawtey Plaza p.m.Lodge. and David McRae, number. 4 Green first, Leonard Garrett rW1
ningham vs
second at 11:13: and Jimmy Low-
man, had a 41.
13- 7:30 Recreation ,
April
Monday, _
ery third in 11:14.:
Dept. vs Lawtey, 9 p.m. Both Roberts and. McRae Hampered by injuries to six _

the Profs vs Wino Dixie. drew high praise from Coach runners, the Touadoes were not M ,a

SOFTBALL David Hume for 'their play at their best Tuesday.But Coach !
WOMEN said that wasn't the '
Tuesday."It Loper only 1 bI
There will be a meeting to
reason for the beating his team
form a Women's Recreation Softball was our best day all year.
League Monday April 13, The boys looked real well" took.Wallace Lee is gone for the

at the Recreation Departmen beginning purse says. The BHS coach year. George Barton and Brant A 1 1y
at 7:30 p.m. said he and'the players agreed Turner may recover before the a 1roa i
Anyone planning to enter a et the first CJf the season If season is over. Wayne Bennett .. ;
team are urged to attend. and Scott Whitehead should be
.ithey could average 40 strokes ...
BANTAM BASEBALL per round they could -win the back in action soon the coach 4'ak0MNtw .,. II
said. ..
conference and district. $-
for '
Bantam Baseball boys vvy ft
In the Lee Relays two weeksago ? ,
ages 10, 11. 12, is now underway the Tornadoes scored one ,ply .M+ -+.
the first time ., a
being Tuesday was _
sessions
with practice point, the sixth place finish of n"m < ,
.
BHS golfers gees
held each afternoon Monday this season the .. .s '
through Friday 3:45: until 5:30: have averaged that. As dt turned John Douglas in the 100-yard ... -:'
in
dash. Douglas ran a 10.1 the "
out last week, the 158 would: tf:6
preliminaries. Coach Loper -'. 7-. ..
have won the conference title k '. .
termed his performance outstanding -
MEN NEEDEDIn to come. ,, ,,',. by "
'
this area to train as "It !iwas 'by far cur best petition.The Tornado 480-yard shuttle ....'.. ''

showing of the y?::1r, Our relay team of Keys Whitehead, '.r"
LIVESTOCKBUYERS kids have gotten more of a Murphey, and Andrews ran a
'W'1nnlnl.t att'tude since their 1:12.2, with Keys falling down "''''

big disappointment in the and recovering for a seventh GALLERY-TOP CHAIRS INLAID OVAL 36 48 60 IN. TABLE. BRONZETONE $88
conference match," Coach place finish,Just out of the money. x x
Huns!' said. Andrews' anchor split was a
"This Is Just about what wo
CATTLE
LEARN TO BUY 15.4.The
t'eured! : at the first of the year. Florida Relays were more "> j
.1 .HOGS.N! b...AND... t..SHEEP d Iou Mid We'r just a week late." like a swim meet last Saturday We've offered you big values in dinettes be- -
turn.. w. .prater. lo lr.1.l. HWH 31SS Coach Loper says. Nothing spec
...... The
this!
like
friin llmlock ip rt tacular happened due to the rain. WITH FEATURES fore but never anything
......... writ/ _.
For local lI at the Pratt Street Play-
__. ......... ."<. background.National p.m. Andrews had a 15.6 in the high wide of styles the splendid details,
Meat Packing ground. hurdles, Douglas had a 10.3 hun- YOU'VE SEEN range
Boys who haven't signed up dred and a 21.7 anchor split of low.
Town really unheard at a price so
236 E. Pratt are
still do so at the
yet may
on the 880-yard relay team,
foliitnTn'QOnto 43215 Street Center. Green had a 4:50: mile and Mur- ON DINETTES Elegant suite at top features<<; metal l gallery- $ 00

phey high Jumped 5-6. each tall-back chair. trim
Next Tuesday, April 7, Palat- PRICED $119! on
SELF EVALUATION AND ka will be in town for a late inlaid with burl and woodgrain for added -
evening and night meet begin-
OCCUPATIONAL STUDYA ning at 6:30: p.m. beauty. And everything wipes clean with

Friday April 10, will see about
will be offered at the vocational 20 area schools In Starke for damp cloth!
new course
the third amual Bradford High
school In SeK Evaluation and Occupational Invitational.
outline Includes a series of
Study. The course
... .
-
tests to help a person determine what jobs, train. Judge Crews Buys ;-",. "
curriculum he might be
or college
leg programs
best suited for, as well as a study of these Kingsley PropertyCircuit r 0.

various occupation and training opportunities.If Judge John J. Crewsof

: Macclenny recently purchased .
Is considering a change of Jobs a
a person a cottage: on the west side
new training program completing high school, of Kingsley Lake from Mrs. C.
or entering college this course could provide a A. Futch of Starke.

basic foundation on which to make future plans. Judge Crews, who served .1
with distinction. in the State
The course will meet Monday and Wednesday Legislature for several terms.

evenings from 7 to 10 p.m., for J 0 weeks. The was appointed: to th* Circuit

first class will meet Monday March 30. Please bench laSt year to succeed '
the vocational center for any additional Judge J. C. Adkins Jr., who 'r
contact 9646150. was named to the State m.jy. Ill su Phone M4-M17 Stark, F1orI4i
information. Phone; :
Supreme Court.
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Health

Program Told savE i l

At Rotary Club r

A new servlc In the field
of mental health was describedat
the Rotary Club last week
by Mrs. Ellen SpI'V)'. of Gainesville
who Is assorted wttti
the mental health program of
the Florida Division of Health
and Rehabilitation Services.
Mrs. Splvy Is assigned to six
counties-- Bradford Union. Columbia
Hamilton, Suwaimee and
Gllchrist She is In Bradford
County; three days each month-
on alternate Wednesdays and I
one other day. as needed. She IROOp e
may be contacted through the
Bradford County; Health Depart STORtiS
ment. PRICES GOOD APRIL 2 THRU APRIL 8
Mrs. Splvy said that Bradford
County; had 24 patients admittedto .DIXII Quantify trout Right tNC.-cofYmoHTitro.. Ri.rv.dwiMN
state mental hospitals duringthe
period 1966-67; eight juve-
niles admitted to correctional
institutions in 1967; 23 persons Bake peeill/ ASTOR ALL GRINDS
sentenced to state pristons dur- ) ,
ing 1965-66; and ten suicides G oee
during the five-year period.1962- DIXIE DARLING BROWN&SERVE SEEDED OP REO.DINNER

67."I am sure that some of these Rolls 2 IK'.' 39c4li
people could have been helped. I COFFEE
through our program"Mrs.Spi I
vy said. "Some of them Just DIXIE DARLING GEM SUGAR OR COCONUT I !
need someone to talk to about 71PK.PKO.
Donuts 39c
their problems.The :
Community; Health Cen-. Limit en*of yourehale.with$5 er.tor.purch./.xdudin0 cigarette
ters Act of 1963 was enacted
in response to a growing bodyof
evidence that the mentally
ill could be better treated with MAXWELl HOUSE ALL GRINDS
greatly improved prospects of 1-LB.
early recovery in relatively COFFEE N 59c
small facilities near their homes. CAN
The Centers are designed to pro-
vide immediately accessible ser-
vices for early diagnosis and
treatment of mental disorders
and to serve as a continued TIDE OR BOLD WHIT MONOGRAM IONO GRAIN

treatment returning resource to their for individuals home- Arrow Bleach . tulN29c Fancy Rice . . 3 Ei&: 39

communities after periods of DETERGENT THRIFTY MAID DEEP SOUTH

longer term hospltallzatlon. Cut Green Beans 6 "Stf00, Peanut Butter 32.0.: 79C
Alachua County; has applied fora . . JAR
mental health center. fundedby THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE!OR WHOLE KERNEL DEEP SOUTHGrape
federal state and local money No.303 .
and serving a ten-county; Golden Corn . 6 SANS $100 Jelly . . 29
area. Including Bradford. a
THRIFTY MAID SMALl WHOLE OR SLICED CHARCOAL
). The Circuit Court EighthJutlrlnl
Cuu.(tlr.-uH'". Horltlo.AellUH lu. And. FftrIlrutlforil White Potatoes 6 Wl Briquettes . 20 RAG 89C

For UUoreoCUM -t- THRIFTY MAID VEGETABLE OR BLUE ARROW OR 5 IBS.COLD WATER
Joan LFounlaln No. rota: Cunningham T 10/.0.. KING
nlntchaln Plaintiff Defendant.- Paul Donald Cun- Tomato Soup . 8 CANS $100 Detergent . . SIZE 89C

;SOT ICE KING ASTOR

FloridaTO In :The.The Name Defendant ft The State In theabuv. Of SIZE Saltines . . 2I,0-LB 11.!. c. Cocktail. . 5 N..303 CANS $1OO 1
"-named cauet'aul Donald
Cunningham, whose renldencoIn ALL FLAVORS No Return Bottle THRIFTY-MAID

via 10.1S2S) Ulrminicham Wouthwood, Alaliamu Hoed. (VeMn-352- Drinks . 5 ; is8Sc Bartlett Pears . 4 N CANS $loo

You Are' Hereby :Notified:- that
suit for divorce of tliu mnrilnije
Joan between LuFountaln you and tl Cufiiilnicham>.. )''.In'\llr. _. THRIFTY MAID PORK &
has been lied RKalnet you ae
Defendant by Joan I..il'outitninCunningham.
an Plaintiff In the
abovu-Htyled Court sod ciuiue. ThjMald. BEANS
,
and you are required to fileyour -
defense or answer to the i
Complaint, an filed therein with KLEENEX FACIAL ,
the Cleric of the Clriult CouitIn '
and for IJradfonl. l ,'""nIY. ', SAVE
'ke. 1"101'111.20' :\ ,
Courthouse Stai .
St. end nerve a copy tlurwif up- 60C
on 1'lalntlffB' \ attorney lliirton L
T. ..Oouglus.. 101: North 1228 Oulnrnvllle. Main. 4 ;
Str" P. O. Drawer K" 8 '
Florida 320,.. on or. baton TISSUE eNe n.ennue'' THRIFTY MAID CALIF.
April 17th 1970! and If
you fail I to do so, a Default
Jmlirnifiit will l hI taken ajtaln t
for the relief demanded iniald .
you
",.. TOMATOESSHORTENING
cauBO shall\ proceed ex"witness No. 300 I

my hand and seal of CANS
1f11Cuurl thin 17th day otMurrli.
A. D. 1070. at tttarke

Florida.(I$:):.\I.I
Ac Inum: Clerk" D.;of Green the Circuit Court f
,
In Am 1'or UraUford County

FlnildH.Hy A. Deputy Hpulah. M.Clerk Moody I ) a .
3-10 t.. t.1I
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By Mm D. E. Bill

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JOHN FARKAS GRADUATES
Completing work for an AA
degree!' from. Santa Fe Junior
II College) last week was John
I
I Farkas. san of Mr. and MrS..
1I 1 14i John Farkas. He plans to continue
I 1- ; '\ hIa studies at the Unl-
1I;; t a kf ve!' :ty ct Florida In.the June
quarter, majuringin) electrical
f I! engineertaa. Graduation. cere
monies were! Wednesday' afternoon *
i', Op STORtS ; (March 25.
PARKER REUNIONAll
of his family was presentfor
a family, reunion with
TAtNOWillCIOCOOKIOM Parker Sunday: March
John
'"
PRICES GOOD APRIL 2 THRU APRIL 8 Baked Ham . 59C 22, for the first Uma. for all to
SAVE COMIANDAUMIATFranks !be together In more than 20
I for the occasion
. . o..49c years. Present Bernie Hlg-
< were Mr. and Mrs.
40 UNHYIANO till P01*.MAK-AIT UNK. Kins and Mrs. Opal Brooks and

CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOMRound Sausage I . 2\u'I\ ='ltt daughters of Flint Mich.; Mr.
:. W-D BRAND U.S. MUM eOMONIUTT and Mrs. Jack Parker and
Pork Roast 69c children of Orlando; Mr. and
. i. 01 Moultrte.
Mrs. Jack Couraen
IMJH

Pork Steak . L-. 79lANQUiriurw er Ga., :Hampton Mr. and: ,Mrs and their R. H.daughters Park-

I Roast .and their families., Mr.
2 99C Mrs J. M. Baker and
Suppers . e IL and
t children: of Orlando, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. R. Mlsner) and
family of Ga.lne3v.lle.:
EXTRA LEAN BEEF Mrs. R. H. Parker took John
Parker. Mrs. Brooks and
Short Ribs daughters Beth and Becky" to
Silver Springs Busch Gardensat
LB. Tampa last week returning
Tuesday. Mr. and (Mrs. Hlgglns
U.S.D.A.CHOICE W'D BRAND BEEF BONELESS EYE OF SWIFT PREMIUM SAVE /wCanned and Mrs. Brooks left Monday
$139 Hams .4 $399 69'U.S.DA. morning toe Michigan! aftervacationing
Round Roast . SAN LB ? in Florida. for the
last three weeks.
.CHOICE' W.D BRAND BEEF SIRLOIN' TIP OR TOP BONELESS PORK SHOULDER BIRTHDAY DINNERMr.

$129 Fresh Picnics. ll.49c and Mrs. George. Saxon
Round Roast . LB' were honored at a birthdaydinner
."t the borne cf (Mr. and
U.S.D.A.CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF FULL CUT BONELESS U.S D.A. CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF(Ion.I...Chuck Roost Lb.89c)or Ban*.In Mrs. E. L. Blrt and sons sun-

$119 Chuck Roast ll.69c day. March 22. Guests also Included
Round Steak
ll. Mr. and Mrs. VolneY
Wall of Keystone Heights Hoi
W.D BRAND BEEF SIRLOIN OR U.S.D.A. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF and Mrs.
U S D A.CHOICE lan Payne, and \IMr.
Round Steak $129 Shoulder Roast 1L99c U.s.CHOICE"E : sDDELMONICO Ernest Hunter of Pompano.
Top .- Inez Kay of Jacksonville vtelt-
ed the Saxons earlier la theweekend.
U.S D.A.CHOICE' W D BRAND BEEF PORTER" uo' SOBERS PRESTIGE BRAND HICKORY/ Mr. and Mrs. Saxon

T-Bone Steak sl39WO Sliced Bacon :-D.: '12-' 59C STEAK ".and were> 21.87 and 88 on March 20

BRAND PURE(31B( S179)SLB)( J2.89)) USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF BONELESS PERSONALSMrs. and
Slade

Ground Beef .10 LB3. $559 Rump Roast . lB. $129 1 49 three Mary.visited Bonnie children: her Faye of Sunday Glen with St.

Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade..: and
snvE50e also there were Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Slade >an4 children.Mrs. .
W-D BRAND SEMI-BONELESS RIBROAST L. L. Melton left Saturday
Clrmclnnatl Ohio to
I for
'toe with her mother Mrs. Parsons
LB.WD when she underwent BUT.
.
J aery this week, at Deaconess
: Hospital there.
BRAND Mr. and Mrs. Paul Horvathleft (

U. S. CHOICE N.Y. STRIP last weekend for New
.
ntoritha.
York for the summer
:I Mrs. Horvath flew down last
..'!rUne
week- delayed by the
f STEAK strike to make the drive
I north with Mr. Horvath.
09
___ BORDENS SLICED SINGLY WRAPPED AMERICAN W D BRAND LONGHORN last week
Cheese Food *)109 Cheese ls 89e Ronnie. Dyal Raton spent and visitedat '
39 PKG.dloTtl.MraTYl.UrrAt . end In Boca
'
la Florida Atlantic College.
PALMEnO FARMS KRAFT MILD OR MEDIUM Otis Melton ani Wlldon SUn-

v. s.'cHOtcE' SAVE Pim. Cheese V PKa. 69C Stick Cheese :PKO.;c" : 55C Bon prlse were birthday honored cakes: with after our the

CRACKIN1 GOOD FLAKY FRESH FROZEN GROUPER meeting! at Hampton Baptist:

50c Biscuits 2 s19C: Fish Fillets L/ 79C -Church when Miss last Thursday Norma, Sweeney evening->!!>

IIEZ CARVEll was guest speaker. Mr. Melton's1
birthday 'was March 22, and
LBe Quantity Righti ReiervedWINN Mr. SUn..on's March 23.
,.
OUII' mMf 1. -COmiOHT-ltrO Debate
j Misses Wendy and
Hill were home for spring vacation -
last iweek OCOMA ASSORTED
J Hill! home Debbie from St.
Petersburg and Wendy from

Gainesville.Mrs. .
V. J. Slade and Mrs.
Meat Bill Hall of Gainesville pent
$ a week In Ft. Walton Beach
with Mrs. Hall'a son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
sAof 3 Chuck Handler' and; children. I
A'YA
A
!. The Circuit Court Of Bradford

Cn county.. >o.MOItTOAOF.. Florid

Dinners FOitECLOilt."nE.Jllm.
BIRDS EYE COOLWHIP AVllllnm liobertnon. Jr.
I and riortha Robertion, Me wlf.
\ Plaintiffs v.. Linwood Rudolph
"Hcurco.' and Roger Henry "Scarce' ,
FOR .t YI. Defendant
-- NOTICE UP. ACTIONTO >
: Roger Henry Sea.ce13t
fork AvenvaPunvlllB.
Virginia 24541
You Are Notified that an action
to forecloHtt a mortgage on
DIXIANA WHOLEKernel ESKIMO ICE CREAMSandwiches the following i'ounty Florida property. : : In Bradford -
PLY Begin at a point when tho
+ Corn . 59C . PKU. 79c of Easterly\Voodlawn) Dounilary InterM""t.th.of Lot 60.
I Northerly Boundary of !StateRoad
BORDENS VAHLSINO Tt-.t along
2 123 and run

QUARTS p Cake Roll S..G. 59e Corn-on-Cob . PKG 49c of feet the said.Northerly for a road Point, rltfhl-of-woy a dlntanpe of. H"Klnnlnf.of line 5JO

B, H.G, From the Point tll> Heninnln
FRENCH thus, deirrlhed. continue Went

Fry Potatoes 2 & 49eDIXIANA Orange Nip . I CAN39C;.O line alone lot of feet the Mild: Northerly them road a run rlght dlntanre Northerlynnd -ot"-way of

TASTE 0'SEAPerch parallel to the EasterlyBoundary
of oalil Lot 60 of
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talking and drinking and some- mined: by the ,Jury and wills

I human lives In less than 48 hours of shots at night meant only restore some semblance of or- der *at the Red Light Saloon: one fired a pistol. Jones was act- was exonerated, a verdict being
"I* in that a reveler was "painting went to returned Saturday afternoon to
Happened Starke. Is a hard record, and many der.While Ing night marshal and
of the papers of the state con- the town red" and using his most of the newly-freed JEFF JONES KILLED the saloon to ascertain the cause the effect that Jones came to

A tain references to our county: ; pistol to frighten timid souls. Negroes assumed a peaceful and Shot Twice At J.D.Crabb's of the disturbance. In the gen his death by t gunshot wounds at
pistol shot echoed along Cal'Street days of Starke ana other towns that are anything but complimen: But more often gunfire meanta useful part of society; there werea SaloonIn eral hubbub that followed a the hands of a person or per
In the
area. hurried call: for a doctor or number of dangerous outlaws a few hours after the forma threat made by him to arrest sons unknown.Mr.
It was near midnight the W fact the saloon murder was tary. perhaps even the undertaker. who ran wild terrorizing whole of The Telegraph had been shot Jones was a native of
he
pmto entire was
the party
What ;
It like back
year was 1903. and the date somewhat of anti-climax was really
an for
November 20. earlier the In those days of questionable"law In recalling the old days of sections of the country. Three the press last Thursday, two twice by a pistol, 'one of the Starke and was 27 years of age.
The shot came from Crabb't"Red been same received day, atelegramhad and order"? early Starke the late Mrs. E.S. Bradford County sheriffs fell awful tragedies shocked the com. bullets entering his left side His remains were laid to rest
announcing Matthews who moved here at the hands of desperadoesof this First the his back Saturday afternoon at Crosby
First of all as munity.; came announce- and the other entering
Light Saloon, located that Deputy Sheriff practically every
or ; Henry O. a girl In the 1870's with her ; ment by telegram that Deputy the liver. Cemetery the funeral being con
and through
the site now' occupied Th, Richard bad been killed In man carried a gun-- or kept Small passing
by
a that each WS.
Malphurs.He
.
then Elder
wonder ,
within parents from Georgia said that Sheriff Henry O.Richard had been The wounded man was at once ducted by
Telegraph. gun battle west of Lawtey and He one knew handy, easy reach. her mother "cried for a year" man felt obliged to become uhis killed at Lawtey by the Bennett taken up and removed to the Is survived by a wife and
Minutes how to It and he
later the bleeding bod; about the same time, a Negro use and ,
of shot first and asked after arriving in Starke on a own sheriff Judge brothers. This occurred about Starke House where Dr. A.H. two small children.
acting marshall Jeff Jones gambler had been shot and questions
mor- later. bleak Christmas day to find the"town" A very thin line determined four o'clock In the afternoon Freeman did everything possible .
who had gone Into the bar t.> tally wounded at Clayno (near had
another
consisted of a dozenor whether one man or and the news of it was received hand of death,
Not all to stay the brother of the
Investigate an earlier shot, was Graham) with a .45 revolver. were good shots, however For what Jones was the
carried across the street to tlx The yellowed' pages of old Issues -- for In one humorous Instance so houses clustered around started a gun fight.another who. here about five o'clock. While but the patient was beyond: recall fate Mrs. Julia Bryant of Starke
blame ,
old Starke House where tintown's of The Telegraph contain one man emptied two the railroad track. man can draws the Lawtey tragedy was still and died Friday' afternoor grandmother of County; Commissioner -
"We children didn't but having been fired upon, ; .
the absorbing of
cry topic conversation : at 4 o'clock.
then six-shooters at and The suspect
leading physician. enough violence In the of an enemy Ralph Bryant. -
way we were scared half to death," and uses his gun In self defense Jeff Jones was shot Twice: death of Jones Justice
After the "
to hit mulel! referred
Dr. A.H. Freeman, tried In vain feuds, ambushes, murders, and managed only his ? "Wills Wills
to his life. battles People went about during Mrs. Matthews recalled. "Starkewas and mortally wounded In J.D.Crabb's Sweat acting coroner sum Jem S.
save gun to supply material freely account from the above artical, was ,
a rough, frontier-type; town Here Is an saloon In this city.: ; moned a jury of Inquest to Investigate
Court
Marshall Jones died the following tor a modern television series. daylight hours-- with their Issue of The son of then Circuit Judge
1903
in those and November 27, Between II and 12
days night o'clock several A
every the matter. large
day. An The at guns, of coursebut at night )
Inquest was held, paper that time, was the mur- J.T. Wills.
describing
but located things my mother: would pull down the Telegraph/ persons were In the saloon number of witnesses were exa-
the verdict was that he came! UDatalm In a brick build. were different When
snaaes ana wed mae under
to his death ". at the handsof Ing next door to the Starke House. darkness came: lights were me -
party; or parties unknown." The then publisher Eugene S. turned down low, shades drawn bed at the slightest noise. There
"Though somewhat reminiscent Matthews, had the following editorial tightly and only the foolhardy was a gang of rowdies from out
I of dared to stir In the western part of the county ,
an episode from"Gunsmoke comment on the deplorable about on darkened "
who would ride their house ,.
,
such Incidents were all too happenings of the week: streets.
y
common! In the early"wild west" "The violent ending of three Sometime the crashing sound into town almost every night YA
firing their pistols and scar- IxnRDi
ing people half to death just
Ike those Wild West movies.

And "Wild West" It was. 'L
Like: over at Lake Butle

Our editorial Point of view (then in Bradford County; ) whet i : _/
'l[ i a deputy; sheriff had been killed Ti
: and one of his enemies came to

town to celebrate. He announce ,
his Intentions to "paint the tow!
red," but a few hours later hi
\\V hat
Is Spring was stretched out dead on th

same "cooling board" where hi

H ithout A Bit Of Politics? before.enemy had lain a few hour


Like: near Sampson City; ,wher
an early settler was ambusheand -
It seems strangely quiet this spring, To make things still more incon- slain. Suspected was a neigh

what with no candidates taking to the venient, the date of the first primarywill bor who had feuded with the dea

hustings or even to the stump for fall on the opening day of school, man but no one was convictedof

that matter. a time when most parents find it Like the murder.: near Scout Hole Bridge .

necessary to devote most of their where the sons of a farm fam- ComeTo
Time was In political years when time to getting Junior off to a proper ily were accused of taking an

the first day of spring was a signalfor start for the new term and haven't itinerant hired hand, who fell .....or:'

candidates to start blossomingout time to answer the doorbell and listento in love with their sister off
like dogwood trees and there into the swamp beating him to The "
was never the lack of a ,warm hand- any candidate spiels. death with lightered knots and iMteWfes fSM* I"*?'

throwing his body Into the Scout
shake, or a cheery greeting to brighten But the main obJection Is that fall Hole New River).

the day. primaries will leave precious little Or for that matter: Lawtey FairFAIRS

time between the second primary in Ratford, New River Hampton,

But all that Is changed since the late September and the General ElectionIn or any part of the county; where
With
violence flared up. guns
last Legislature rolled our primariesback November. Candidates will find It always handy it took only a few are nothing new to Brad .JbflUratW'l&ykMlw JJt fCftV T VN* I Tfr 0 fcrS'
to September rather than
May. hard to cover the necessary groundIn words, a misunderstanding an ford County; although they get
And we don't like It a bit. the brief time between the first argument or one too many slugsof bigger and better all the time.

and second primary and voters may whiskey to start a gun fight Contrast the scene at the 1970

The excuse was that with the Legis- have trouble understanding the issues Circuit Court records of that Fair and Strawberry Festival
bygone era are full of murder this week
lature in full swing here ,
now meeting every year, some and sizing the candidates In so shorta
up trials. It was not just a case with this half-century-old photo-
rearrangement was necessary to avoida period. of a few bad characters being graph by Hoover Bros. of a

conflict between the primaries and the cause of all the trouble. Fair In the early days.

the legislative session which startsIn The only possible benefit in the Violence was widespread, and

April and continues Into May. But change Is the possibility that the shorter typical of the times. At the time this scene was

no one has yet,, given a satisfactoryanswer time for could For one thing, It was com- photographed the county; had not
campaigning
appreciably -
paratively to "get away
easy peen divided so It Is not known
to the,question why couldn'tthe reduce ,the cost of wooing with murder" in those days. whether the location was Starkeor

legislative session start In March voters: The exhorbitant amounts spentIn There were no modern police Lake Butler. At any rate,
-
'and continue Into April? recent by candidates state- detection techniques, such as those maxi-skirts on ladles In '
years .. ... .
those used today. The sheriffor ._ .
the foreground seem to be com- ----- -- ---- -- -- -- -- --- -- ---- -
wide office have brought forth much
constable sniffed at the gur ing back In do the
There style as
are several obvious disadvan- ;
criticism and the charge that a poor, barrel of a murder suspect tc wide ties shown on men In crowd used In those days is In marked to be among the finest in tne they might be waiting
to fall
tages primaries. First and foremost but honest man no longer has a chanceto see If it had been fired recently scene below. contrast with the ultra-modern state. for the Rotary Club's annual

Is the lad that voting in get elected. but there were no ballistics facilities in use this week at free lunch, traditional opening I
Except for the of dress
style
September means that campaigning experts to say which gun had The barn-like exhibits building the Fairgrounds here consideredFarmers tho crowd below ;looks as If day feature of Fair Week here.

must be done In the torrid summer We remember that a change to fall fired the fatal shot. And. since
!': for
used
Spanish moss was gun
months when temperatures In the 90's primaries was tried once before, but wadding; by the; ambushcr, there;:

make it difficult to whip up much enthusiasm quickly changed by the next legislatureback was no possibility; of tracing DuPont Tourney

among voters over the to the spring. Diarynew
"burning Issues." In fact It makesit that.Travel was slow and modern Played FridaySteve

hard even to whip up the voters Perhaps it Is not too much to hope communications: didn't exist so .
since most of them In July and August by; the time the "law" arrived, Another series of flooding last connections made by the
that history will repeat itself and the scent of the murderer was the spiritsof
Simmons Jr. and Bill weekend dampened Co-Op last year were to house
In the mountains
are of
vacationing we'll be voting again In May come cold. Then, too, poorly lighted Adams ,took first place witha Easter Day celebrants brought trailers. He cited the need for
North Carolina, or the lake or the 1972. streets made conditions ideal low net cf 60 In the DuPont worry to officials and workersof revitalization of the home build-

seashore. for a ruffian to ambush his vic- Company's annual tournament the big Bradford County Fair Ing industry during his address.Everything .

tim.Another at the Starke Golf It which was set for an opening In
difficulty; of prosecu- Country Club last Friday. 72 hours, and may have been a .5.
I Still Time tion (there were few convictionsin blow to the hopes of berry grow-
To Be Counted those early days) was the reluctance Carl Johns) any, Delano ers for a financially successful
of witnesses to testify season. No estimate of the amountof Is turning green
second place
against the accused. The sheriff Thomas were in H. rain was available at the time again, now that Spring is here,
himself could offer little pro- with low net cf 6J Dr. H. of but judging from the except for the old slow pokesthe --
If for some reason you slipped up ment of seats In Congress as wellas Adams and, Comer Perryman writing By Sam McGarveyThere
tection to key witnesses in murder flooded roadside ditches, it must pecan trees. While other
and failed to fill out and return your in State and local legislative bodies. cases and the witnesses were third! with 65. have been five or six Inches. forms of vegetation take the leapat

census form on Wednesday, April 1 1. Even Federal funds are distributed locally ,feared reprisals. In the days was a big turnout last the first opportunity; the

sit down right now and do it today! on the basis of census population following the Civil War authority; A barbecue chicken supper Thursday at the Clay Co-Op pecans wait and wait and wait

figures. was vested In the carpetbaggersand was served to 24 players participating meeting In Keystone Heights although before finally budding out. No

There Is still time to be countedIn scallawags, and It tookyearsfor in the tournament. This latest flood came just whenIt the threat of rain held doubt they rely on a very gloomyold
elected representative gov- and their guests. appeared that the county was attendance down to about 3,500 weatherman who would rather -
the 1970 census if you act promptly Government leaders, from the high- ernment to take over again and starting to dry off to somewhat members and guests. The con get caught out In public with-

and It Is Important to you to est Federal authorities to local offi- normal conditions but early Sat- tribution made by the CoOpwas out his dentures than be pre-

Bradford County, and to Uncle Sam cials, plan and develop programs Involving urday morning a storm front brought home when a speaker mature on a weather forecastS.

that you and your family are Included.It billions of dollars on the basisof moved In and we had thunder and asked how many In the big
what the census tells about the people it's a WOIIII's.i@DlIffIfb lightning and heavy rains all tent had used electricity; In their
day and the ditches and ponds homes the night before and of
Is impossible to overstate the and their housing.
) all hands went Then
(and everything else filled to course, up.
nere's the
importance of taking a few minutes overflowing all over again. he asked how many had had clears up for hoping the weather

from your busy schedule to put the If for some reason you failed to electricity; 30 years ago and It will be like last Fair. Maybe whenwe

facts on the record. Crucial decisions receive a census form in the mall, 5 only a few persons responded. had a poor beginning year and a

affecting every person in the Nation notify your local post office. It is By Martha Sue McCain good ending.
We that the Fair off
hope got
depend the and com- to Bradford County that we
upon accuracy important County Extension:
to a good start but In any event
pleteness of the census. For instance get credit for every person living within t Home Economics Agent: there is plenty; of time left for The Co-Op puts on quite a show

political power hinges on the census our boundaries. This can be done only you:: to take lathe show on Friday at its annual meeting and the Term 4 SFJO

count: Official population figures are with 100 per cent cooperationand or saniroay. Friday night employees turn out a fine chicken Registration

used to determine the fair apportion- that includes YOU! STORAGE IN SMALL SPACES Modular storage componentsmay the popular beauty; pageant Is dinner and then serve the thou Set
The greatest challenge to to- fill up a tall empty spacein on tap and Saturday there will sands of guests in jig time.

day's apartment dweller and to one apartment or they may be a Horse Show In the after There's even a "ride" for the Regular registration at the San
families that are onthemoveis be strung out long and low In noon and Country Music audi- kids- trip up In the air above ta Fe Junior College will be con
tions will be held at But the grounds In aerial lift used
to transform the standard- the next apartment. In addition, night. an ducted by appointment April'2.3,
ized cubicles, with their limit they will serve as a room divider there's lots more, so come on In serving power lines.It's calleda 8:30-10:30: a.m. and 1-3 p.m.,
ed space Into highly persona- say between the eating out and have a good time "bucket lift" and Sam got In at the West Auditorium with fees

The Bradford County lized space. area and the living room area. It all right but with his longlegs due at the time of registration
Il' Multi-use furniture, such as At the same time the unit may C. had to be helped out. according to Joseph Morasco,

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED composite storage items, serve house a swiveling platform for S. director of admissions.In .

o lllC more than one function and make the television set in the living Great for a special brunch for
1879ASsCMfTATVON room while storing linens and
elastic and reshapeable.
$ space Knock-down shelves and portable table accessories for the din company. or a midnight sup Usually any big gathering Is addition an evening regis
9 wardrobes solve the where-to- ing area.A per. What makes this simple recipe a good hunting ground for politicians tration is set April 2 from 6:308 :
rre... :\ so useful Is that you prob- but P.m. in the West
boon for apartment dwell- because our primaries Center Aud-
and Into
fit small
put-It problem
ItBibleFor
<<
the hand
ably have ingredients on itorium.
MMaeRFLORI ers on-the-move are the pole- have been shifted to the
spaces. supported component wall already. So It's just right for fall there were only a few at
ESS freedom Christ has set Composite storage items servea sys- Impromptu entertaining.To make the Co-Op Students who
A multitude of activities and purposes tems that don't damage walls. meeting. Incidentally had early registration
us free.-Gal.( 5:1): ). and contribute to the When space is at a premium, four generous servings use 8 no onerepeat no one. likes the appointments but who
eggs for the omelet That's Idea of the fall and the failed to their
beauty of the room too. They families may choose free stand- primary pay fees by noon
; easy enough. Now for the ail- talk Is that It will be March 31
shifted must
during
re-register
ing storage units with pull-out
God created us free. With may house such things as a bed, ing. Saute 1 cup cooked: diced to regular
7 \) bins that also serve as chairs July when the Legislaturemeets. registration according -
desk food
stereo or
the power of God within us we system. when company comes. ham in 4 tablespoons of butter. to Morasco.
serving area.FamUies
Add 2 canned
activate faith. And this faith cups apple sauce
that are on the move .
finished
and heat Transfer the
light which is more WOULD YOU BELIEVE? uate
quickens a will find modular storage units registration 1& scheduled
,
E. L. MATTHEWS, Edltor-PublUher omelet to a heated serving plat-
powerful than thatwhich dark April is Apple Sauce Month. April 6-7. 8:30-11:
versatile because they fit so a.m.and 1-3:30:
Published each Thursday and entered a. Second ens our life and causes us to easily Into almost any settingor Ham and eggs are a standard ham ter and spoon half of the apple- The Increasing popularity; of P.m., at Santa Fe West AuditorIum -
mixture half the omelet
CUM Matter at the Post Office: at Starke, Florida fear. The freedom which is room. These are units designed American breakfastfavorite.And Fold the omelet on and the mobile homes out In the country with registration fees plus

wider Act of March 3rd 1879. generated by faith has no lim to be used either togetheror no wonder. What a nice way to remaining mixture pour It. The was evidenced by a reportat a $S late fee charge due at the
Now over the Co-Op meeting by the time of
the day for
Subscription In trade area: 1 year $3.00; Outside itation.God fashioned us in the separately. Many of the new start Apple apple sauce gives an added tangto speaker, former registration
Sauce Month, why not transform congressman
trade srea: 1 year, 15.50 image and after the likeness of modular lightweight storage plastics units are so madeof they ordinary ham and eggs Into a ham 'n eggs that makes this D.R. "Billy" Matthews, that Classes for Term IV begin

freedom. are easily transportable. glamorous Apple Ham Omelet? omelet a very special treat. more than 60 per cent of the April 6 and "'nd June 24.


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a few days visit.
iAWTEY VUlt'ng Mr and Mrs. A. D. Driver Course Family Income ily documents, social security; ership be kept, along with description cords: la one central place tx
I 1 Dobbs for the week Is her aster numbers for both husband and of bank accounts, that locating when needed U
Mrs. Ruby Hamilton of Ggtp RecognitionIn Needs ManagingManaging wife, birth certificates for all banks Insurance policies and not difficult," she advised.,
By E.. 1U&II Ia... Jacksonville: Sunday visitors'were TallahasseeThe members of tile family, and agents, stocks: and bonds, tax Consumers who have ques
the family incomeis papers confirming marital sta- Information, income tax records
, Highland! Baptist Church tams and sons were vls'tlng! Paul Dobbs and family of! Uons should write Division of
similar to busi and wills.
!held their Ocala and Mr. and conunero'al! vehicle driv.Ing managing a tus.Moreover Consumer Serivces Depart-
annual Homecoming: her mother, Mrs. Ed Durban Mrs. J. O ness. Mrs. Luttrell suggested "Keep all documents free
, and Easter service: Sunday 'here, and his mother Mrs. Jenkins of Jacksonville. class at the BradfordUJn- According to Janet Luttrell, that a list of invest- from destruction or being tampered ment of Services Agriculture and Consumer -
morning. Rev. Charley Harvey Williams in Starke en Mrs Thomas( WMley and lon Vo-Tech Center", the only Tallahassee,
Pryor home economist with the Division ments and certificates of own- with keep all re Fla.LADIES' .
brought: an InsplUng message Sunday daughters of Atlanta. Ga. one of Its kind offered in a of Consumer Services,
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f and good music was furnished Visiting !Mr. and Mrs. J. H. spent the weekend> with Mrs. vocational-technical school Florida Department of Agriculture
by the choir. There was a Eunice!: and Mrs. Selma Nell Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy In Florida: was featured at and Consumer Services, -
large attendance' : including visitors Eunice during the weekend Boch and Lynn. Mr. ana Mrs. a Recognition Day observance both home and business finances I I WE CAN ASSIST' YOU I

from several neighboring' ,were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice Virgil Orlffls of Palatka. were in Tallahassee last Friday. involve balance, savings,
churches. A picnic dinner 'was and 'Mrs T. L. Barry and;!., chil- Sunday visitors.! payment of taxes, and keeping N In Preparing Your N
served at coon and: everyone dren of Jacksonville. Wilbur Waters who Is stationed Attending from here were records and documents. "A
enjoyed the fellowship. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. J. with the Navy: In !Pen- School Supt. Tom Casey; Vo- sharp eye is helpful, along witha
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Anders last week were Sandra pacoH, spent the weekend with Tech Center Director Ted Ogleby sharp pencil and old-fash- g INCOME TAX RETURN glT
Grace United Methodist! : Sunday Anders and. Tammie Wllks of Mr. and Mrs. Jam'!'s L. Waters. : : Roger (elton. Tom Allen .. ioned gumption," Mrs. Luttrell
School, 9:45: a.m. Worship Palatka.' Mrs. Cora Hodges. Mrs. Wilbur Waters returned and Roy Sellers instructors stressed.
services 11 am. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Marian Hall and Jeff with her tiusbanj!! to spend the in commercial driving; "How well informed is the REASONABLE RATES M
MTF, 6 p.m. choir practice, Mars of Jacfcsorvllls: were Sun five! months before he is to and seven students enrolled In family with regard to its own
Thursday 7 p.m. day visitors. James Anders and leave for further training in the course here. financial" records and documents E Phone or t.-matt i" for an E
First Baptist: Sunday School family of Palatka spent Sunday Pensacola.Mr. ? asks Doyle Conner,
9:45 a.m.; Worship cervices 11 and the little girls returned and Mrs. Danny Watfrs Commissioner of Agriculture.He APPOINTMENTA
Trucks and! trailers used In
went to cite the
on special
have
ajn. and 7:30: p.m.; Training home with them. spent the J pest nwitlt,
the course were driven 'to Tallahassee of T
importance the knowing
family T

with
Union 6:30: p.m.; Midweek service Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Bradley Mr. and Mn s. Jam s Waters -
7:30: p.m. Wednes:'3Y. and son James and Mr and He will leave for Vietnam 'where State Supt. what it owns, where Important TOWN FINANCE CO.
Floyd Christian\ and membersof documents and securities AV
Church of God: S,01ndia3'School Mrs. Randal Bradley of Jack en Saturday.
10 ajn., Worship service sonville." Mr. and M'". Spur- Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lee Wain- the vo-tech advisory' com- are kept and how they 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE FLORIDA
- mittee reviewed> the course, asset can be safeguarded.Mrs. oJ X
geon Massey and children, and weight were dinner guests of!
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. : up here, with favorable Luttrell suggests an in Telephone 964.7449
YPE Thursday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bennett and Mrs. T. L. WainwrIght on Sun. evaluation. ventorya check list-- of
Highland: Baptist: Sunday children: : enJoYMfllmUy dinner day. existing records to include fam
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser- with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brad .
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ley on Sunday.

Meeting. Wednesday 7 p.m. Mrs. Floyd Futch and (Mrs.
followed by choir practice. Lee R. Green: vlsiled Lacy Norman y J'I I a'
Rev. Hanker of Pine Level 'ln.Rlvers.is: Hospital: last ..
Church was guest speaker :Friday. '

Sunday evening. Miss Luella Austin cf Max- EAGLE
PERSONALS I vine Is spending' few days: : .4
Frlens;: of 'Mrs. Donald Bennett with Mr. and Mis. Floyd rutcfc
regret to learn that she Is and children.: E f Y r D/tc0UNT stoats

a Hospital.We patient. In Alachua. General Mrs. Thomas L. Barnes visited ; Say re : AiDlscouNT LOWIR imis
Mra. Eugene Barnes In IRIClf OYAUTY
are pleased to note that: Bradford
County Hospital. M011
O. J. Anders Is home again g
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. H2!ken A a r/RrACtIO
after several weeks in the hoa. GLe ,
enjoyed Easter dinner with Mr.an'l1 .
pital. Also that Malnes Griffisis
Mrs. Louie Mallea and
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home after several< weeks dn children _
in Jacksonville. Mr.
STOICS
Palatka Hospital. Mallea Is on duty In Vietnam.Mr. 11 1
:Friends of Lacy Norman regret -
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and Mrs. Cary Sm'th' .
to know that hs Is
a pa- and
son of Starke spent Sunday
tient in Riverside Hospital.!!
with Mr. and: : :Mrs. D. A. Jones .., oon..o..

Jacksonville.:. He Is reportedlYSmprov1r.i. and Do.'Jrlas.Mlss | GIRLS' 3 PC.PAJAMA master charge
\
: Arthurlne Blanchard of '' LADIES' .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ter Jacksonville spent tho! weekend EAGLE 10 ROLL TN. ,.." ....... e..D
rell and: san of Gainesville! SHIFT
with Miss Enza Blanchard.: CELEBRITY r i
pent Easter' with Mrs. Joe Mrs. TOILET
Fred Pendarvls aal:
Dorko. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur children GOWNS SETS QUAI'TITYSIGHTS RESERVED
spent Friday!: and Saturday BRAS
Green and children and Mrs.
with Mr. anl:! Mrs. C. T. TISSUE
Ernest Wells Joined: them for Gordon In! Bunn U. J PERMANENT 100% ZORIS
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Cotton.
\Sunday dinner. PRESS
Mr. and Mrs. Phil :Shufordof LOWEST
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wll- TallahasMe!: and Mr end rRICi 6555 Blue CPolyester. e. 1 FOR THE FAMILY
r
Mrs. Joe Shuford: daughter t Nat'lly. Sold .
STARKE 'and son were weetend: visitors: a FOAM PILLOWS 111 for $1.25 35% i p InN ;r \ slots As.orUd

of Mrs. John Shuford and Dave. + Non-allergic, plump, 1 ply + Five fascinating combed cotton. ti t /In r

Mr. and Mrs. Al Perser and full sizepillows. ROLLS bathroom styles. \ color
+
BUSINESS eon Eric cf Jacksonville, Mr. Shift -
tf
Striped or floral seise Sites Set include.
and Mrs. Mak: Sanderson: and uWM1 32 to 44. \ w + st tyle. buttoned top,
children of Jacksonville and u Packed Lovely
4
YOU SAVE i Long pants
DIRECTORYAUTO !Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McIver of 226 .. o + 'i a in handy pastels y L i cunning ,
Ocala +Sizes t
were Sunday dinner plastic vinyl icuff
guess of Mrs. H. C. Waln: utility +" h Sin., g 'Sln4to14
SERVICE wright. pat ( Med., p

Vlsitlnsr: Mr. and Mrs. P. L. a Lg. YOU
+ SAVE Sgt *
Pastel w Florida'sfavorite
Gilbert S. Brown Dinkins fr Easter were Mr. k colors. rc ,. I ?t .:
and Mrs. David Christopher \ j:1: footwear.
Standard Oil Service: Station and daughters. TammIe and abc
ATLAS Amy. of Fitzgerald Ga., CharLes s YOU SAYE IDs SAVE 526 YOU SAVE lot
TIRES BATTERIES Dlnk'ns of Siirke, Mr. and ,
Budget Terms Road Service: Mrs. Fred1''" nl"'k..t' < oct,,
PHONE 864-7071 Petersburg -and Mr. and (Mrs. H t tI
407 N. Temple Starke
Paul St. Augustine Dinkins Jr. and David ol fc\\ ,

HURST'SSHELL Mr. and Mrs. J C. Tye and
Pam of Lawtey and Mr. and WGA5
Mrs. John C. Tve Jr. of TUla-: MEN'S

Service Station hassee attended a barbecue: ' 34c -s. --,. YOUR CHOICE! 1 MEN'SDECK.S
supper at the home ,of Mr. and IINI -
Cat
Monarch- :Oils Tires- Lubrication* Balterle Mrs Jason HIlL'ard' in Jacksonville 9.. rOIL LINER ASSORTMENT CANVAS SNEAKERS
on Palm r fulia sizi IKol.
ROAD SERVICE Sunday. ; s Cushioned arch.
301 and 100 SUrhe Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye ---I FLASHLIGHT SETS tiumer 8tb, Qren Linar, Sieiln, 41n? CASUALS Nonskid sol*.
Jr. spent Monday and Tuesfayof : cak..4ear, Reaste d, Ca6.rolePnl Whit

last week with his parents.[ 4 Set includes _' / Fine Popular and
Pam returned with them for flaihtights 1 /1 1L canvas '?'% colas colors.
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V"----wanv mmm-MHH-iJilRilBl-mtmm RBRR1 MRisV issH-RRRRRHI & 4 batteries. uppers.
\. Sizes 6'to' 12. oto II
NOTICE OF SALE IJ193 YOU SAVE 61t m d E YOU SAVE 456

rAILIKgfi. YOU SAVE 1.03

auditorium seats -- 22 sections of nine seats*

Iper section. Backs and Meats are wood; all frame I 9MAALOX E

|work is metal. The seats are fold-up type and each| _

section may be attached to the floor with screws.* __

_Prospective purchasers who would like to inspect* ; KODAK INSTAMATIC WESTINGHOUSE MEN'S ORLON MEN'S POLOS

Ilhe seats should contact Mr. P. T. Nolin, USC| 12 i CAMERAS KITS
FLASH Short sleeve
Starke 32091 telephone 964-6800. Offers STRETCH styling.
Building | i0 ( 100* Cotton fabric
should be submitted in writing to Bradford ++ Z Contains CUBES\\ Mock turtle 1 knit collars
Countyi .. \
Board of Public Instruction P. O. 9 flashcubes & SOCKS Solid colors. Xi'Ti
3 ,
ptarke. Florida 32091, prior to April 7, 1970,| \ film duracellbatteries.color Takes fourpictures Aseorl.dcolors. Sites #

5(0:00( A. ]M. The Board reserves the right to accept O AIJ without Sites 10 to 13. S M L.

5>r reject any or all offers.! ff 6 g ( u SAVE zoo AOtr1o y changing bulbs. v YOU SAVE 404r

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liU.AR,.. Is I ;

f t scoris; ,TABLE CLOTHS
;
Easyto-clean plastic INDOOR OR OUTDOOR LIQUID MEN'S

Flannel baclt- + .
T Assorted colors LIMIT 2 DICKIE

t Mobile Home Sales.SLASH t tt L t rt and designs r e'.6 X 1W, 1.59 VALUI
fi/attis/oH
eJ+J + 34 X 34 11 .. ROOM J12 OUNCIS' WALK SHORTS

J i cr ,, Stain and fade Nil'lly. Sold at 6.00 P,.
-resistant, mildew- Permanent. Press.
rot ft waterproof. aerweoxrotn Variety of colors ftpatterns.
t tt. POLIDENT

t 341 X72 roeooM YOU SAVE 4.03 ) POWDER ti, Sizes 29 to 38



t tt tto / I / efferracenf new V 1.12 ALU I IL y e e

t. :: 73 C
Se
fv r q4Y bR. '' t000NCIS LIMIT 2 _


UNDER BED CHESTS 7 INCH LENGTH ? BOYS 2 PC. t MEN'S BRIEFS
CHLORDANE
t t tt Heavy Vinyl l ALL PURPOSE f
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60"
zipper r SLACK SETS nt & SHIRTS
4 u. IAQ Slides easily under SHEARS yr FtC
t4I:481 bed. or closet shelf Permanent Press Our try own brand!

.i_ .. Orop forged steel. t t \ Plaid shirt, 50% Fortrel'Polyesle
New cushion solid pants i 50% combed cotton
t t i M l grip. Situ 4 to 7. ?* Sites S/M/L/XL
YOU SAVE 926 d "*
1 YOU SAVE 304It YOU SAVE SS4'i YOU SAVE 42*
DYING COSTS G.E. PERCOLATORS +

3 to 7 cup capacity. I f
t Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now t I Fully automatic.. 1 suue :: /

and SAVE! Keeps serving coffee temperature at r.5.t.


Overhead Means Savings For Too1 r ,
Our Low e r r s r rt

Phone 964-6657 U. So 301 North t rr


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Harold" C. Wall, Inc. Announces .







with this valuable coupon





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Fill out NOW and mail with your payment to the Central National

.v Insurance Company 700 S.72nd Street Omaha,Nebraska 68114
TRI-I FIVE PLAN PLEASE PRINT I

NAME(,In.ured)_ _
frlt MI<1<1I. L.lt
I hereby apply to Central National Life Insurance
Company of Omaha, Nebraska, for a Hospital Indem ADDRESS
nity "Trl-Five Plan"- Form AH 68GRH250."a
Enclosed Is the Initial enrollment premium of $1
CityBIRTH St.t. Zip
I Please Indicate your preference: AGE DATE .SEX. .
D Bill me monthly, hereafter for the regular "pre Mo. Day Yr. J
mium according to the following rate schedule: BENEFICIARY

AGE MONTHLY RENEWAL PREMIUMS: Please enroll the following members of my family-I I understand each is
60 and over . . . . . $5.00 eligible for the special $1 enrollment: .
I 40 thru 49. . . . . . 4.50
39 and under . . . . . 3.50 SPOUSE: __ BIRTH
Dependents 18 and under. . .". . 1.50 NAME flr.t Mlddl. Lnt AGES DATE.lo.. 0.1Yr..
NO CHANGE AS AGE INCREASES BIRTH
CHILDREN
:
-Add the premiums for each person covered by your"TrlNAME___ .AGE_DATE. .SEX.
I Five Plan" policy to compute your tote) monthly premium. First Middle BIRTH Mo. DIY Yr. I

I desire to use the Automatic Bank Plan to pay NAME AGE .DATE .SEX.
Dl my monthly premiums. First Middle Mo. DIY Yr.

I understand my "Tri-Flve Plan" coverage will begin NAME AGE.- -DATE BIRTH, SEX
on the date this application is approved and my policy First Middle Mo. DIY Yr.
I is issued and that pre-existing conditions are cov BIRTH I
ered after 24 months. NAME .AGE. DATE .SEX_
Firn Middle Mo. DIY Yr.


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and $ | you can have $500 monthly







Hospital Indemnity insurance coverage !











Central National Life's "Tri-Five Plan Guaranteed Renewable for life -pays up to 555 days, : .


more than $9,000 each time you are hospitalized at the rate of $500 per month you and each


member of your family may enroll now for only $1. .


THE "TRI-FIVE PLAN" IS A $1,000 accidental death benefits or $3,000
VITAL ADDITION TO YOUR PRESENT common carrier travel accidental death THE "TRI-FIVE PLAN" PAYS IN ADDITION

INSURANCE PROGRAM benefit (world wide coverage). At age 65 I
In this age of increasingly high expenses, ordi and over 50% benefits are still in effect. TO OTHER INSURANCE OR MEDICARE.
.
hospital insurance, even Medicare, simply
nary
Guaranteed renewable for life (as long as
does not cover everything. And what about all premiums are paid). Your policy cannotbe When you need it most Central l National Life's AMAZINGLY LOW COST
your other expenses, such as rent or mortgage, cancelled or modified by the Companyfor HOSPITAL INDEMNITY "TRI-FIVE PLAN" Membership in Central National Life's HOSPITAL -
monthly payments, insurance payments, food health reasons. pays you $500 per month for up to 555 days INDEMNITY "TRI-FIVE PLAN" costs
for the family, utility bills? You probably (almost a year and six months, or more than only $1.00 for the first premium. Then the
know friends and who met with financial Pre-existing health problems are covered
neighbors
each .
$9,000)) time you are hospitalized.You following low premiums according to age:
after the has been in effect 24
disaster when hit by an expensive accident policy
or lengthy illness. months. AGE MONTHLY RENEWAL PREMIUMS
receive this welcome extra cash whether 50 and over . . ; . . . $5.00
THE"TRI-FIVE PLAN" PAYS You can receive benefits for over one and may are insured other not. 40 thru 49. . . . . . . 4.50
TAX-FREE EXTRA CASH WHEN YOU a-half years, or more than $9,000, for any you by companies or 39 and under . . . . . 3.50
NEED IT MOST. one sickness or accident under this pianl covered Dependents and under . .'. . 1.50
Central National Life has instancesof One policy, with one monthly payment
seen many
say you are uninsurable because of an ailment NO CHANGE AS AGE INCREASESIf
great financial hardship and we are deter- can cover a single individual, a husband
or other condition that keeps coming back, the
mined to provide a plan at the lowest cost and wife or husband, wife and children. "TRI-FIVE PLAN" covers a pre-existing ailment you wonder how a plan can offer so much
CASH Children are covered by this one family for so little, the answer is simple: Central
EXTRA
possible, that will give you to after your policy has been In force 24
use any way you desire. The TRI-FIVE PLANis policy until age 19. months! National Life's "TRI-FIVE PLAN" is a group-
the unbeatable answer. type enrollment plan. All business is conducted
.. EXCEPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS are stand- directly between you and the company by mail,
THE "TRI-FIVE PLAN" PAYS ACCIDENTAL ard for policies of this kind. THE "TRI-FIVE PLAN" COVERS THOSE or through the local representative we have
DEATH BENEFITS, TOO OVER AGE 65 . appointed in your area.
Accidents are on the rise. Today, the greatest Exclusions include only these few items: Statistics show that people over 65 go to hos-- NO SALESMAN WILL
CALL
number of accidental deaths take place in: 1) War or act of war 2) Suicide or intentionally pitals more often and have bigger medical bills UNLESS REQUESTED. .
1. Cars 2. Homes 3. Farms.
; ; than other That's why some hospital
self-inflicted injury 3) Active duty in Armed any group. This means low administrative and sales costs-
The HOSPITAL INDEMNITY "TRI-FIVE Services 4) Confinement in any veteran's administration plans won't accept Senior Citizens, or else substantial savings that are passed on to you
PLAN" recognizes this situation by including; state, county, or municipal hospital raise rates so high they can't afford extra cash and your family.PREMIUMS .
1000.00 which confinement the Covered Person is en- protection just when they need it most. Cen-
titled to receive free of charge S) Workmen's tral National life's HOSPITAL INDEMNITY AUTOMATICALLY PAID
Accidental death benefit,
or "TRI-FIVE PLAN" THROUGH YOUR BANK ACCOUNT IF
Compensation 6) Pregnancy 7) Dental care or not only accepts applicants
$3.000.00for treatment except that necessitated by injury to regardless of age over 65, it pays 100% of the YOU DESIRE. .
common carrier (regularly scheduled plane, sound natural teeth. monthly benefit in every detail after the first On the enclosed Enrollment Form, you may
train bus, etc.) travel accidental death. 7 days of hospitalization. (After the first 14 authorize your bank to deduct the premium

CHECK THESE IMPORTANT FEATURESYou No benefit will be payable under this policy days if you are over 75)). monthly from your account, If you wish this
get $500 per month for up to 555 with respect to any hospital confinement whichis convenience.

days each time- you- u are- hosoitalized. Pavs not recommended and approved. bv. a ohvsi- LIMITED ENROLLMENT PERIOD .
in addition to Medicare or other insurance. cian. BENEFITS PAID TO SENIOR CITIZENS IN Accidents do not wait to happen. Illness does

ADDITION TO MEDICARE not wait to strike. So Act Nowll!I Your appli-

:. -"" .1rrr----i'-1f' ;- ;;;;:'''- ;; ;: ,.. \ -1\ ,..;; -: o-: '.t7';; ';'T.. ",-:;;'., ; ;..r.""" Senior! Citizens get this vital extra cash in cation! will have to be in Central National Life's
Ir.?.K.;,> .<:' f zr'ror'isc"a.' >> ='oa: : .rh'\:.. ; u' ,.<. (.. :y..:'; ,' addition to Medicare or any other Insuranceoffice before expiration of the special enroll-

: MONEY BACK GUARANTEE I l&s and they too, can enroll now at the special ment period in order for you to become eligible
I ,I If for any reason whatsoever you are not completely satisfied with your "TRI-FIVE" II Itfjjj I $1.00 rate. at the low $1.00 initial fee
i policy you may return the policy in 10 days and we will promptly refund your money. IKMC.
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THIS PROGRAM IS BEING OFFERED THROUGH



.. ." HAROLD C. WALL. INC

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GEORGE HUBERTS


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New Insecticides In The 'ourt Of The Co".t. film agnlnst. you nnd you are dance and post office aoaress of 8-Charle M. Schmltt.Administrator of the. EstatO Stark. Florida
Jn" .. Briuirord County, t'lorlan. of the claimant and must be worn for Administrator
THERESSA 1( renulred to serve a copy yourwritten deceased. Attorney
r l. Pronnte. defense If any to It tu by the Inlmant. her agent of..Fred John Ackerman. First Publication. : :: March It,
.
f Reduce Need for In ref: E..tnte of FloMl II.Fcnnell on Eugene F. Shaw attorney or Ills attorney, or It will become Eugene* F. Shaw "".
Deceased for Plalntrff. whose. address I I. void according law Call Street. s-is 4t t.1
By Dorothy: Mill DDT on CropsTwo To All Creditor and Persons !42 West Call Street' P. O. Box: 142 West -
DemandsAsnl..t
Phone 479-UI8 flaying Claim or lots. Starke Florida. 820(11( and
Said Estate: file the original with the Clerkof
You amt each of you are here
the ahove-atvled Court on or
new pesticides-- Lannate by notified: and required to present before May 4. 1970: otherwise a
Hope BaptUt C mrch. Miss Sue White was theweekend and Cardona-- will virtually eli- any ,claims either and demnnutt of you Judgment mav be entered NOTICENew

Telephone 473-4188. Sunday guest of Miss Bonnie minate the need for DDT on many which may have you. agalnHt or the eatate. ofFluvMle against you for the relief desounded -

School. 10 a.m.; Meriting: Wor-: pay Swindell! at Glen. St Mary. Florida crops according to University M.: Pt-nnell, tlei-i-ai County .e". Petition.In the Complaint or

Jolp.. 11: Training Union 6:30: Mr. and !Mrs. Merle Pack- ; of Florida researchers. late JudtfO of said of County Bradford to, the Oounty.Florida. Witness ml hand and the annl.
his office In tinrourthotiKt ef mid Court on March 30, 1870.Inmsn Deadline Schedule For Publication Of
p.m.; Evening Worship: 7:15: ; ham Jr. and: Eric of Salt at said County at (9111.: )
Conservationists not : of
> are expected -
Wednedfay evening Prayer Spring? visited his parents.Rev. Stiirke Flortdn, within air '',,1- D. OrewiA
to object to the new chemIcals ., from the time <.f .. Clerk of aid Court
Service. 7:30wiih: choir pa+ac- and Mrs. Merle Pack* dar months

: Rice, : afterward. barn:Mrs.Thursday Tom Young afternoon.returned to sistent because in the they environment are non-per, and hall taut.flrof be Each. InYrltlnA'publication claim or of and this demnnd skull notloo. By Ionian D.-Green 4-S Clerk 4t 423Circuit Ads And News Items In The TelegraphIn

New Life Bible Club do not accumulate as does the tate the piano of residence and
her home In Tallahassee Saturday
Students :in .grades I through controversial DDT. Boat hisi pgtanc roan allerneYRaandtany I..5'ora.C. Court Eighth
after a-vlsit of several til- .-ltd ) little
flri-aat
ant. 'Of Klwrluii &A' effort bring Telegraph a
to
8 are reminded cf 'the meetings such rIa Into" denta Ana For Hruillurd Cuuaty. an you your
weeks here with her slater Lannate has already been approved -
of the New Life Bible and brother-in-law Mr arkMrs. for use on tobacco cropsas .o filed LucllUK.shall .1)0 FaahbnughA void. C.ChI..\ N Action... TIN earlier each week the following schedule for sub-

Club which Are held each L. K. Child a substitute for DDT. Flo AdmlnlBtrator.8l M. Pennell.of the leceaed.Estate Pauline Charles HadunylaniSimf. and is in effect
Monday afternoon after schoolat Mrs. Kirby Swindell and First publication March 28, chsru Defendant Huth : mitting advertising news copy now :

the mobile "Chlldren's The future of DDT is doubtful "". satire
children of Palatka ''Visited Mr. tt 1-18. Of Mull" No Property
Chapel" at Hope BapUst and' Mrs. Walter Swindell and in Florida with at least 3-28 Slmc-ln-ra.TO: Paulln. Huth Hundanyan

Church. family Saturday! afternoon five bills already introduced that In The> Court o.c The Coiinl1Jidge. FlorIda You Are Hereby Notified that ADVERTISINGMonday
would either ban it and other BratlforU tJ an action for Divorce has beentied
Get Well Wishes Mr. and Mrs. Bill! Phillips In I'.ol..ne. ( against you Paulino Ruth
The beat wishes. of the cornanual4y and son of Mlddleburg were persistent chemicals entirely, In ret: Eatate'of. Dale O. Pcn- Handanyun Slinchera and you
restrict their use to emergency 11..1D"8.t.\ are required. to serve a copy of Noon Advertisements and Notices.
Legal
: }!' are with Miss Jo Ann Sunday. afternoon visitors of To All Creditor and Person :your written defenses. If any tu -
: Kuykendall who is -a patient: at Iher parents Rev. and Mrs. disease and pest control or require Braving Clnlma Or Demands It. on the plaintiff attorney,
the use of substitutes a? Against Snld Estate: whose and address .
name I
: Alachua General Hospital. :In Merle Packham. they become available. You and each of you are topresent Honorable Ueorgw H. fierce Monday 5 P.M. Display Advertising requiring lay-

Gainesville. following. surgery Jim Mason of Sanford visited hereby notified, and. required demnn.t.which P. O Box 1030Btarko. :
claims and from
any Floridaand
on Monday. Miss Sue White and family you, or either' of you may flm. the. original with the outs raw copy.
DDT
is also the
vulnerable
We're glad to report! that Saturday. at have against the estate of Pale clerk ef the above styled courton
federal level. Residue tolerances O, Pennfll, deceased. late of ur before March JO 1970: 5 P.M. Classified Advertising (For Rent
Monday -
Michael Breeden has returned Sunday visitors of Mr. and (the amount of DDT that raid County to the County otherwise a Judgement may b.. ,
to Ms home from Bradford Mrs. James Davis and family may Jurtffe of Bradford County entered against you fur the relief -
remain on a crop at harvest) Florida at hit, office In thecourt domiuidud. In thei. complaintor Lost, Found, etc.)
in Starke and Markus Gnann of County tStarke.
County Hospital were Mrs. house' of snld' petition
reduced to
la recovering from injuries Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. James were one part per) Florida with .lx. calendar Witness my hand and the *.....1r,0."ald
million in 1968 time of submitted in
on many crops months from the Noon Dispaly Advertising
Court on February 23. Tuesday --
sustained in, an automobile accident Gnann Jr. and Barry of including strawberries turnips the first, publication of this notice :

last Thursday.WELCOME Jacksonville; Mr. and Mr potatoes, radishes and cau- .In Each':: wrlllnR.claim and or demand shall tate shallbe (SKAL:Inman) D. Green .ready-to-print form (slick proofs)

Evan Hodges of Brooker; and liflower. The tolerance for sweet place of residence and the poet Aa Cleric Of Said Court
Mrs. Thornton Hartley and office nddress of tho claimant, By Beuluh M. Moody.
corn was allowed to reamln at
.
Is glad to and .shall\ be sworn to hv the A. Clerk
The community children David and Tom; Miss 3.5 ppm. but this regulation could claimant his a ront. his. attorney: Deputy 3.11 4t a.u NEWS MATTER
'Welcome new residents Mr. Norma Sweeney. Miss Edle be changed at any time. and any such claim or demand.
and Mrs. J. C. Simmons who Parker and Mike Parker all of not '" filed "nil E.! FnshbaughA be void.Lucille la The County Judge's Florida.Court Ofllrailfwrd IaProbate

moved here from HeiR>ronn Gainesville.Mr. Tests on Lannate and Cordon Administrator nt the Estate4t No.Couuty.
Noon... Church and Club Notices Columns
Springs last "Tuesday. Their and. Mrs. Percy Sullivan at the Central Florida and Everglades Dale O. Pennell de.'en.ed.First March IS.U10 In He: Estate of. Fred JohnAcker Monday ,
publication ,.
Ihome 4s on Road 100 Just southof Jr. and Rusty visited! her slater experiment stations have mnn Deceased.Notice Tu Creditors Letters to Editor, etc.
Road 18, and Mrs. Simmons and brother-in-law Mr. proved their effectiveness itwas 8.28 4t 4.18 All creditors of the Estate:: of

Is an aunt of Mrs. R. B.Jones and Mrs. Elmer Fulghum Jr., said. In The> Clrenlt-Cwurt: Of S'e. are Fred hereby John notified Aclcerman and, deceased requiredto Monday 5'P.M. Community Correspondence.

PERSONALSRoy at Palatka: her parents. Mr. ......lIdo Jndlrlnl Circuit Of Flo*. flla any claims or demand
Another Indication of the Mn In Aail For Bradford, Con.I .* which they may have against

Young and son Jerry of and and (Mrs.grandparents.Marshall Strickland Mr. and, generation gap Is that It only ,. Case lee No. artMarv Conev. Plaintiff. .County aid estate Judge In -the of office. Bradford of the Tuesday Noon -. Society and local items.

Jacksonville were here Thursday takes a child 5 minutes to C. Coney Defendant aunty, Florida In the Courttbusu *
afternoon and evening :Mrs. G. C. Conner at Flora- take apart the toy hit fatherspent t.- H.NOTICE OF SUIT at Starke.; Florida,. withIn All other items.SIRLOIN
5 P.M.
six calendar months from Tuesday news .
home; and his parents, :Mr. To H. C. ConeyAddrem
visiting Mr.! Young's mother. two hours putting to- Unknown the date of the first publicationof
Mrs. Tom Young and his aunt and Mrs. Percy Sullivan at gether. You Are Hereby Notified thatan this notice. Each claim or
Palatka. Sunday afternoon and for divorce ha been duinand must he In writing and I
L. K. action
and uncle :Mr. and Mrs. NOTICB must state the plac* 0* real-

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Ida In JiKllrliil And For circuit, Leon Of County.Flor- i ii

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civil nee NO. TIn -aaoi FRESH I
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Order To Show CHUM i OR CENTER CUT RIBSTEAKS FLORIDA
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fourth Firth, Sixth, Seventh 1< LB I I

Air Conditioning Eighth. Ninth. Tenth. Eleventh, I : : LB
Twelfth Thirteenth, Fourteenth jj i iI 0 II
Heating By Johnson& Fari.lnc.SEEDS Fifteenth Sixteenth Seven .
Genets J Electric tcenth Eighteenth Nineteenth I SUPERMARKETS
And Twentieth .Indicia. Circuit, |
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-PLANTS I """--- ---" I I
And The Several Property o\vn
Russ's Sheet Metal Insectleldei -Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS en, Taxpayers And Citizen I
Thereof And Of Alachua Day. II BONELESS !
Bradford, Brevurd Urownrd, II I
Inc. CltruK, Collier. Columbia Dude,
I
We Rent FertlUaxr Spreader Dnval Kacambln, highlands, FOOD FAIR $ FULL CUT ROUND I II

GalnetTllle -.uzo N E. Uth Ter. 2tt N.W. 8th Ph. 17W Lee HHlnkorough. Leon, Madlaon Jarkaon, Manatee, Lake OUAl IT Y ; | when Savings Count... II

Tel. 378282 Orange Marlon, Palm Monroe llearh Okaloona Pln lla... I ___U_S DEPT Of AdXLRTURE 09 1, ,1 STEAKSitruaHODUea: .I| COUNT ON US! II I

Polk, Putnam.St. Johns, St. Lu- ,RADEI 'oj
AUTO SALES GLASSLIDDELL cle... !!Snraantn T.ylnr.VIL.hlnlllnn, rXemlnolor Sl1wa.ne. nnd..- I .,... .:..,;jc... 1 1 __ '- I'I r ..J.o... I

Voluiila Counties, *f>lorld Including U.S. CHOICE C rBICES OOOO THROUGH
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Non- Ilenlden.li Owning; 98 I WEDNESDAY,AMU .'''. II

Glass Company Property Therein Or And Sulijeot Other To Taxation Having L B mil I LB I quantity right. reserved." I

OLDSMOBILE Or Claiming Any night I 1' Ie00 .
Title Or Interest In PropertyTo
!
SALES SERVICE I
"Glna. For Every Purpose"
I Be Affected By The Inftmnca
Fine Selection! of Used Car I Store Fronts-Mirrors By The Htate Board Of Kiluca-.
Take On Cadillac Trade I tlon Of Florida Of Nat Exceeding FYNE-TASTI
Tub Enclosures-Shower* J5.ononnf Hla-er Edam CHUCKROAST BONELESS IAIarooo HAM MIAtT CHUCK
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 1711-53011 a Furniture Tops Glass Replaced tlon BnndH.. Series D Hereinafter SHOULDER
rRESHPORKBUTTS
More Particularly Described, OrWho
May Be In Any Way Affected OR TOP ROUNDSTEAK Fresh PorkSAUSAGE STEAK
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Thereby: BACON
NEW LOCATION The State of Florida through '
the of them *. -
State Attorney -'!IJTl.aT ,
1228 So. Main Gainesville Third' Fnnrlh, f* *gajaga| .
872-8191 1108 s.conS'I.X .. Seventh, 1.19 : noose
; Eighth Ninth T..nth.Olpv.\: 411RI1i rile
4 wheel drive And ear nth.. Twelfth 'rhl..te..nth.Fourtunth .
Fifteenth Sixteenth,
HEARING AID
Sale Parts Service Seventeenth Eighteenth. Nineteenth -
Clean Used Toyotas and< Twentieth Judicial
< Circuit of said State. and the
1700 V. Main S78-12M gOlnemllQ e tJIeoJ(9u / ( ( several property owners. lax-
I payer and rltlxen I thereof and
of Alachua, Bay rirndford. Brevard COUNT** SFTllSAUSAGE
VARHEYL I ( \(( Co.Hearing Bixiward.. Cltru", Collier. U.S.CHOICE SOLID RAPID ARRID
-
Columbia.. Dude, Duvnl I. Encnmbla. CALIFORNIA '

Lincoln Mercury Teak Jackson. Highland Lake, lee. Hlllibnrniigh., Leon, Mad-/ OLEO SHAVE .
BatteriesAeeeaaprles I'on. Manatee, Marlon. Monroe, ROAST MOUl N .IE'
8t Okainnsa, Orange Palm Bench, SPRAY DEOpORANT
2201 N. Main Galntarllle:; Plnellai Polk. Putnam. St. John..
Repair Service St. Lurle, Saraaota.; Seminole Su-
.3724251Home wannee, Taylor, Washington and
Voliiala Countlen, Florida., Including -
iiitrBD Custom Fitted Hearing Aids nun- ...ldent.. owning
Of property or subject to taxation
therein and other having or
106 E. University Ave. Oabiesvllla
claiming any right title or interest -
Mncurr-Cou.ar-ct'ntrnt.' 3760095MATERNITY In property to be affectedby
I the l....uanc.. by the State
Mark m-Enlsh Ford WEAR Board of Education" of FI..rlda.a Lady Scott Mueller'sELBOW
body corporate under Section RICEARONI- NONDAIRYPREAM
Cleanest Used Oar- Available IX and Subsection WITH II MOM JUKI ALL VEGETABLE
FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE 2 of Article '
Section 9 of Article XII FACIALTISSUE -
(a) of
Au.o SaU and Service A FULL LINE OP of the Constitution of the Stateof KRAFTMAYONNAISE COOKING
Florida a. amended, of MACARONI COMII CIIAMia
Lingerie Dresses Slacks: Education Bond, Berle HI CHKKIM O* SPANISH
Higher OIL
Tops Bel mudaa .Batting Suit t>. IB the segregate principal -
SHERMETAAUTO! amount' of not exceeding $35.000 .- J I 2/25 -k
particularly 3 $1
IMPORTS EXPECTANTLYYOURS .000, described hereinafter or moro tn b.* afected =

f In any way thereby. are __ _
before
h erebv required to appear
FACTORY AUTHORIZED INC. tho Circuit Court of Leon Judicial,
Florida In the Hecond 1 1
State at tho 1
VOLVO MO: 7M W. UiHTeritiT' .Op.. S.JI' ..c.MEN'S Courthouse Circuit of In ald TllllahlUO-. Florida I TENDER SWIIT juicr I GI ,

TRIUMPH FIAT 1170.. .on at the eleven IT day o'clock of April a m., YOUNG POLE FLORIDAORANGES I FANCY GOLDEN RIPE 1 tm SANDWICH SLICED I
WEAR
ROVER and. of show the cause Complaint why, the filed. prayer In I BEANS Giant t 1/2/ IbBREAD

I SALES & SERVICE he ahore prna..dlng .lInul" not.
STAG 'N DRAG b. granted and the bonds ,th.reIn .

I 506 E. University Gainesville d..ltCrlh.d and the prnceedinee jk < BANANASCARNATION
372-437) Grlffla Suite of the uthnrlxlnff Plaintiff the h..otoretak..n .Issuance ia laIAFINO I DOZEN 35c I I I1

Arrow Shirt.FlonheUa. tt%s thereof validated and confirmed.Said I I
,
Beauty Academy Formal Keatal bonds Art! dated May ---_--
bear Interest at not ex- i------
Ladlea' SperteweuSTORESIS 1110 cWlng the maximum. lawful ;: I FRESH LARGE u-- .

POWELL'S t W. UNIVERSITY the rate dale of of Interest the sate aulh..rla..eS of the' i.""d.i on I COOKINO CALIFORNIALEMONS a' lit 2/49 < I

and GAINESVILLE MAIL parable eml-nnually on i 10
and November 1 of each year.re I APPLES

Beauty Academy .MOBILE HOMES In the aggregate.principal exceeding 1S.000 .- La
of not
Learn ProfeMlon! In Tour MITSTC!' amount,010 and mature In annual each I fref-h
a Installment on May 1 'J 45C ; 12
49C ,
Spare Time. Full or Part Time elusive, Yall. eaulmore. fully 2000. .in' I 4 SAO IS FOR

219 N W. tOth! 378-27M BALDWIN h.erein and the exhibitsBattached 1

ELECTRIC MOTORS fttANOSOIIGANS thereto.
putillshedtn
This Order shall he .
olota a I'NI Aft1Iu' required br Section HUNT'S
the manner SKIM
ELECTRIC 15.x0. Florida Statute. lathe Lord MotffVEGETABLES S3 CAKE
..(? .f .MUSIC. .forementloned counties.n CaliforniaTOMATOES !
....e And Ordered a.tlauaj EVAPORATEDMILK
Motor Repair Co. ha..... Florida. this 12Lh daY( of DONUTS

March. 1'711.W. .
May Walker
Of Oalnee-vfll. Zoo. O'Tflle Bbopplnc Ctr. m-US judge. of the ('lrcl1ft Court .! .

Repairing Rewinding For Leon E1tTIFICATE 2/29

New and Used MOVERS It !I. hereby certified that

Mil N. W. 11th- ri. _n.An1Farm and copies the of Complaint the foregoing referred Order tl)

therein. Hive been ftirnl.hejl to
and Industrial ./ Long Distance M..tag the State Attorneys rst,
Fifth.' '
Third. FOI1..th.
Equipment Storage PseUarCrating SSixth.! \Seventh Ela-hth.: J ''n'h. 000 BANGUI? rsOHN
Tenth Kle\enth. Twelfth Thlr5.t RICH'S
SUppla t hlflEigh C* I-N m h INIVMI A *l* CREAMPIES
nth.Fo9.venteen
Fe Tractor Free Estimate CaD a CORN MUFFIN:.
Santa teenth. Nineteenth and '1'.n.tl.th ASST PUNCH
Jun'clsl' Circuit nf the
HILL'S .." of Florida. bY malt this I MIX
lit. CAT DETERGENT
FORD .. Lrii ciri
llth div D. 1910.
Farm Tractor It Implement ..e- A. L. Ore.nfl"'ilA. tAL' Ig _

USED EQUIPMENT: Van Service, Inc. Attorney ARNOLn' for'1.,. PLIntiffIELD _r _
SERVICE
PART .
SALES U1 Wet et
4488 N. W. 6th 376.2548 :3540 N.E.: Waldo RJ.3TSIZ71 O'Y1DI TU1.I-...erloridat S.1I U 4-I _

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THE LIBRARYADULT CITIZENSHello j : :{ Ai:; <' : ;':,;; : ?; 'l'. :
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again!, Sorry to have 'our old: friends and :acquaintances :' ''' / .,>>"..N"A" ., ;:: 4 '' ',
6 missed the last five slxlssues ; ,. ,. I / N"A ,,,"''
with whom we seldom get ,X'" ro'?,": tIJ# W"w. ,.(
FICTIONThe .of The Telegraph but Mr. Flu to visit. With all the activity ,;< 'X'. tN J ; QA" / /. ,. '.:, },..# .:' .' "
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Great American Jackpot-- and his uncle Mr. Pneumoniagot ;' .... .N"Jr.y";:. t>, : ';'''< 1.y' 1- : '
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these time "
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Of Judgment-- days goes by so '.",.',"", "" ", ....'"' .' ,
Gold Wolpert; An; The Error Entrance Of Por- good me doctor down.and But the thanks wonderful to my' this old is a friendships good opportunity to renew ::;:: '. '..1<- ; .' .><, .:;,..y...,:,; =:

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lock--Buechner Corpses In Corsica ; 'N
; staff and care at the Bradford A Resolution was read and
--Deane; Jlngala-Kaylra; County Hospital, I have recover- passed by the membership unanimously "'- -

House On Fire--Oboler; Alfred ed.Many and sent to Rep. CHURCH OF CHRIST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Hitchcock Presents A Month Of BSTHEL
Hitchcock: Nine Mon- thanks to ourvlce-presl- Sweeny in support of his Bill EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10*. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Sunday School. 9:43: a. m.
Mystery-- ; dent, Mary Allen; Treasurer, H.B. 3431 for cmmcn or JESUS (CHRIST 11 m.Youth
providing $10,000 Worship a.
Morning Worship and Communion Xvcahw Morning l
ths In The Life Of An Old Maid-- other club 8! "ing Worship 11 a. m.;
Morton and
Emma JrfPwvNC2tShMM
OF LATTER DAY Choir melcr --
SAINTS
Homestead Exemption for
e m.
per- ( Service 11 a. m. Evenm.s8l'vlce.s. 7:30 Prayer 1 FellovuWp. p.
The Of Noon-- Worship : p.m.;
Rossner; Bay officers and members for earring'the .-
sons resident in Fla. for at 1404 E. Bessent Road Wednesday s p. m.
6:00.Wednesday: WedMs-t ,
A 7:30 m.:
Hazzard; The Marriage Of extra responsibilities duringmy Morning Worship UsW. Sunday Meeting : p.
least five and who are Robert D. Burcbi
Young Stockbroker--Webb; JIg- absence.At 65 and years older or who are 1404 East! Dea+ent RI!. Night Service 8:30.-Rev.: Worship service T day-Rsv. J. C. Saunders, pas-. Rev

saw-McBain; Local Anaesthe- our last meeting March 24, totally years and permanently disabled Sunday-Priesthood R. L. Bemyettpastor.PINE p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell tOIAlORGAN CHAPEL
Code Of Conduct-- 8:30: *.m ROAD
Grass CHURCH
tic-- ; we celebrated a belated St. Patrlck.s GRACE BAPTIST
In with
conjunction this
10 Sacra Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday
School.
Arnold The Honey Bunch-Zel- Sunday a.m.
; Day and also enjoyed a Highway 100-A
BAPTIST
resolution H.B. 3439 Intro- LEVEL
was School, 11:00: a. m. Morning
ver; Friday--Tournler; Black predated Easter with a beautiful duced Gene Shaw Starke ment 6 p.m. Behoof. ... Morning HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Rep. 10 -
by
m.
Sunday
Worship 6:00: m. Training 10 Morn-
Snow--Bulgakov; The Longhorn birthday cake baked by Mrs.Nelson ,. :MondayMia 7:30: p.m. CHURCH p. Sunda; School. am.
Trail Ulyatt. Green. providing that Welfare Benefits 'TUeSdqPJ1JnaJT 4:30: p.m. Worship. 11 *. m. Pre-Services Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora-- Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- ing Worship 11. Training Union -
paid to shall not be
recipients Wednesday Relief Society (Booster Band Young at 11. Evening I oIIlIp. 7 Evening Worship.
Well it's Heigh Ho we are off : log Worship p.m.
reduced to Increases in Social
People and Prayer Service! ). S Wednesday 7:3U: Prayer Services
ADULT NONFICTIONShut to the Fair! Senior Citizens are Secruity other retirement 7:30: pjn.JORDAN. Worship, 7. James Shav.'Pastor. : 8. Wednesday Prayer; Meeting.
or (
pen Evening Worship, 7 p. m. and 3rd Wednesday
Snow- p. m. 1st
And Eat Your
Up all set and ready to go. In the slons. Copies of this Resolu- 8 p.m. Rev. Don Dravdy.
shoes--Douglas Bridge At Chap- Midweek Service Wednesday night-1:00: p. m. Family night.
; past, the elements seemed to tion were sent to Rep. Shaw MXMIONABT' Pastor .
p.1qulddlck--0Isen; Justice-. been with tor- 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D..
have against us Rep. Sweeny Sen. Bob Saun- BAPTIST MISSIONU. BROOKE* BAPTIST OiwKCR?
Harris; The Great Thinkers On rential rains. We hope that the ders and Gov. Kirk. a. 301 North behind TM>opu&or BROOKER FLA. 'Airpark Baptist Church J fSNCStCY LAKK,9APTOTSunday
Plato--Plato; Shakespear's Hoiinshed paving work was completed before tee PrIeS Drive m. Sunday Rev Jim Temple pastor. SusdaySchdhel. 9:43: a.m.; MornIng '
We believe that these School 9:30: ; Training
HoMnshed/ The PersonIn are good .
-- ; the weekend flooding. Optimistically -, Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron Worship 11:00: a.m.; EvenIng .
Service
10 Worship CHURCH
Allport 31 New bills and should be passed during School ftjn. HOPE BAPTIST Union 10:15: aju.: Morning
Psychology-- ;
look toward
we a TrainIng Worship 7:00 Wed.
-
Bristol Superintendent: : p.m.;
American Poets--Schrelber;TheDoctors' and this session of the Legislature.When 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer (Highway 100 at Theresa. Worship |fi a.m.: Evening!; Wor
drying wind warm sun so Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Stady -
Case Against The Pill- the new Florida State Con- Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Sunday School-10 a. m. 1 ship 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting
that the efforts of the Bradford Douglas Director. Worship 7:00 Study Book .
: p.m. on
eJ) .
J:. L.Oriffl .
stitution the people Leroy Olive per; Morning Worship 11 a. m. Wednesday:'
Seaman Screen Printing On Fabric was passed 7:30:
; County Fair and Strawberry Services. 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Psalm C. J. Sheffield. Pateri
--Searie: ; The Writings Of Comm. will not have been in voted for this action. .. a KKl .te paalor. Training Uulon.-830: p.m. Outlaw music director.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert West.
Wm. James--James;The American vain. We enjoy the Fair and With continued Inflation, and in Evening WOI'shlP-7S: p. m.
Heritage Book Of Great Ad- exhibits also meeting many of spite of our recent 15% increasein DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH. Wednesday Night" Prayer Service BAPTIST BAPTIST'Sunday
ventures Of The Old West; Our Social Security payments we HOOKER -7:30: p. m. Rev Merle CHURCH HIGHWAY U N. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEW RIVER
Living Traditions--Coffin; Col- still have to meet about 26%. Sunday School, 10 ajn. Wor- Packham, pastor Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Sunday Service: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-
lecting Victorian Porcelain increase in Medicare payments, hlp Services. 11 ..n1. and 7 Morning Worship 11. Training School 9:45: a.:m. Morning Worship 'Ins Worship>>, 11 a. m. Tralnb'rgUnion

Reynolds; 100 Great Kings POWELL TO SERVE a 28 1/20/1)/ increase in telephone j>.m. Training Union, 8 p.m.- GKAHA.M IJAl'TIST' CHURCH Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Her- 10:4: a. m. Evening Service 7 p. m. Evening Wonh,

Queens & Rulers Of The World- AS WILLIAMS CHAIRMAN rates, and run the gamut of Rev. Lace. Conway putor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning \ice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Bernice 6:30: p. m. Midweek 8 er. p. in. Wednesday night ar
Canning; Making A Skirt PIv- Bill Pawsll: Starke Insurance increased prices and whittling Worship.: 11 a. m. and 7 p. 7:30.: vice Wed e'1J': 7:15: p. m. vl I ice 7:30: p. m. Everyone welme -
nick; Antiquing With George Michael agent has been named to taxes which means that we Sen- CHURCH; OP GOD in.-- Rev. Fred Johns pastor -Rev. L. Tommy Howe. PMtor Charles Reese minister *> L. L. Parker p ytor.
--Michael; The Web Of BiaJfora County man ior Citizens, and others, livingon
serve as :I '
Modern Politics--Carey; 1000 of State Treasurer Brow- fixed Incomes, are like the 422 N. St. Clair St., Starte. d rw..rwnrw.w ----------.
Beautiful (House Plants And How ager '' for donkey and the carrot. We strive Sunday School, 10 a. m. WorshServlC4.s. .I.I".I'"IIII'"I'. '
erel Williams' cam;;a'gn reelection -
11 a. m. Lad 7:30: p.
but .
To Grow Them--Kramer The and struggle never seem '

Sportsman's Kennedy Legacy--Sorenson Companion Wulff; Tho; be that held a testimonial at Mr.the Powell Robert dinner announces Meyer will to It catch is so up.good to talk to you m.pjn.Prayer-Rsv.Meeting Y. W. KUd.Friday: ( pastor.FIRST 7:30. READY FOR. Neeu CARGO I .

What's Happened 'lo 'leacher all again. We hope the weather
Hotel In Jacksonv.lle: tonight 4
Brenton; Gothic Europe--Sltwell; clears up so we may have a ASSEMBLY OF COE: .
The Avenue Of The Presidents-- (Thursday) at 7:30.: with tick great and successful County OF STARKE &!!/&!*******& ""***.I.I',, ,.I "I. .f'I" '

Cable; Home Book Of TaxidermyAnd ets at $25 per person, for, the Fair. Come and see the Senior West Weldon St. and RalfordRad I :/' \ .;; .
Williams campaign fund. Citizen :
Tanning--Grantz. exhibits. III llL

You are welcome to come to Sunday School: 10:00: a.m. \ :(.
--
--
JUVENILE FICTION the Senior Citizens Club. The
11:00 C. A. Services! : 7:00: f" :\
NEW CORPORATION : a.m
Taffy And Melissa Molasses-- doors are wide open and you Evangelistic, Services. Tliihi p|' hit-, horn I cniilii-il| nf it* "ruiji"; and, ,-.
I lay wood; Little Pup--Weir; CHARTERED HERE will meet very good people there. p.m. I
Glenda--Udry; The Money Ma- The Secretary of State his We meet every second and fourth Wednesday: No Mid-Week..r- 'lion .l a,lid.- ,','ud.la". .. on furl lord! mine""

chine--Robertson; Pete And announced'' the chartering ol Tuesday of each month from vice. r,
tin' t'nrther-rr\im! II' llii- *liiMTC. tn,
T. E. Officer: riii'lin |
More Pete--Child Study Associ- the following corporat.on la 1 to 3 p.m. at the Recreation Pastor's:

ation Of America;Boy On A White Bradford County: Lewis Timber Center Pratt St. Our next meet- Miiiiim! 1'111)11.1.| it mold l hrd'no Milui, nnilumilil I g .
Giraffe__Catherall; Everybody Co., Inc.. U. S. :301 S-'Uth' ; Ing will be April 14. We are SMYRNA: MISSIONARY
Grows Up.-Green; AnglewormsOn 1.000 .sh.irss: com-mn stock: $10 sure you will enjoy us as muchas BAPTIST CHURCH !hr I'ailiiiL', in tlic "Mi'. I hint thai it ua { '

Toast--Santor; TheDayChiroWas per) shore; dealing In limb::!'. we will enjoy you. I
1 W3 W. Pratt St. Sunday sarilcesSund.dy limit" l'<'irM.in '.
Lost -Nakatani; The Life Incorporators: E::. M. LiwU Allen t'
: : School 10 a. m s ,
Of Jack Sprat, Ills Wife & His T. Lewis, Marjj.-j K. l.w- Joe Kerrigan 1
Cat--Jack Sprat Green Noses-- \>>r acMnJt. 11 a. m. Training : %%a- i i-c.-iinl, In lie" n |.|iriii.iiiinii| in (;inil., + ,
; 13, all ol Starke. Filed March 1
Wiesner; Toto And The Aard- 19 by Julian Warren Jacksonville MADISON STREET ., i .: III' and steno lir .1",.- mil join,. ill uni.ni, | | \villl I kp' p
vart--Linde; The Hotel Cat-- BAPTIST CHURCH Q d
Averill; Olaf And The Frump-- Opportunities for service: -Eld: r A. O. riynn paatar.
Nielson; The Apple Stone--Gray; Sunday School 9:45: : Morning I
I llnhe Mil. -iilllrlhlllu, fur Inil;,,.
Pro Coach--Archibalc The ; nlll' "" ,11'' lr1
; Man--Napler; in I the Wake Of Worship. 11; Youth Choir CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I '
Dueling Machine--Bova; Ten The Whale--Barbour; Indian Practice, 4:30: ; Youth Fellowship CHURCH htVd

Black Crocodile Dots--Crews; The Talk- Festivals--Showers; Hidden Ani Supper. 5:45: ; Training Sunday School: 9:45: a.m.,
ing --Campbell. mals--Selsam; ConquistadorsAnd Union 6:15: : WMS Prayer Circle Mornlni Worship 11 a.m.,

J 7:15: ; Evening Worship. Service 5:30 Evening
JUVF.N1IJC: Nr). -FlCTION Pueblos--Hall-Quest; All Youth : p.m.,
What I LIke About Toads-- Things New--Clark; It's'; Autumn 7:30.: Worship 7 p.m.
Hawes; Jonnlkln/ And The Fly- --Weygant; Bears Are Tuesday( Prayer Group Thursday night Prayer Meeting
ing Bisket--Manning-Sanders; Sleeping..Whitney; Explosions: & 9:30: a.m.; Bible Study, 7:30: 7:30: p.m.
Explosives--Morgan.:
Dlrlhstones-Heaps; The Stars & p.m.Wednesday Ivy Luke Pastor!,
Stripes Wersteln The World Of RA GA. Sunbeams
; ADULT: :
ItF.FEHKNCF.The : : :
YWA M'sslon Acllon
Tomorrow--Gold/ iteln; Working
With Light--Catherall; Working Genealogist's: Encyclopedia Group. Bible Study Group, NORTHSIpE BAPTIST
with Water--Catherall; Discov- --Pine; Today's Health 15:30\: p.m. Prayer Meeting!!! CHURCH r
ering What Earthworms Do-SI- Guide--American Medical AssocIation 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice ISuniay ''Morning Worship 9:45: : pal rh. huoth n God\ .ppont.d, ageniy ,m thn rACV

mon; /Rivers--Goetz; The Dirt ; International Encyclo- Deacons Meeting. 8:30.: Sunday School 11. Sunday world 'lot tpirndinq tht knowledge, Hit I... Jt
Book--F.vans The Origins Of pedia Of The Social Sciences. Denton( Sumrall pnstor. 6 TrainIng : : des roan and of,Hit demand lor man to retpondlo :'
Evening Worship
........ ..-..; ........ -. - -- - Union 7:30.: p.m. 'I IVk that. lo.e b, loving hit neighbor, Without. r?

I Thursday Teachers and Officers 'tin" grounding, in 'II.. I lovt of Cod no government 1,
or tomiy' or wny ohie/ will, long ,
Meeting 6:30.: Prayer ptntvm and th, ,lr.,dam whidi .. hold todtar
Meeting 7:30.Edward: 'A1 will, intcitabty, prrith. fhtttlott teen
FAIR C. Harvey, pastor. '
SPECIAL (
,
:
tfom a%t\ft\tt\ pomof' vnw on. houlduppnd
At I thf huiih 'lor Iht \akt ol" Iht wtltnrt/ at. him, p(1I
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
,,''land hu Inmilf Beyond thui', howtvtrvtry 1V.
CHURCH STARKE
penon ihould uphold cad pafhupnii 'mtht ..
I APRIL Holy Eucharist, 8:30: A.m.,
1-11
huuh hetout 'il nth Ih. Hush' about
1st. 2nd and 3rd Sundays 4th $1
man lilt" d.olh and dttltnf ''h, "truth whiih t,
Sunday, Morning Prayer.
I i't neon' will, u1 t him he* to Church School. 10 Family ,
.m. S m "
ON EVERYTHING lGenlr.e at 1U

1001 OFF
CALVARY BAPTIST CIIURCII
: WITH THIS COUPON

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-

ing Worship 11. Training Union,
6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.:

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8:30.Monday: BULOVA WATCHES .Ch ec:... With Us First"
-Glr\ Scouts. 3:13: : Abstracts
142 W. Call St. Starke
Council on Ministries.! 7:30.: 219 Washington St. 9645270FAULKNER
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Special Committee 1 11:30>: a.m.; WSCS'
General Bin'ness Meeting, 10; 15S W. Call Ph. 964.6881

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7 100 Open; Prayrr Meeting and(

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Youth Choir Rehearsal 7; Tire Truing :> v V'
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: Chancel Choir! Rehearsal, 7:30.: Headlight Adjuatlng J1

-Dewitt T. Farabee Jr. Brake Service ; U-HAUL RENTALS
Pastor ;
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ALL KINDS OF FIRST BAPTIST Oilmen Alignment
STARKE Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Complete Lubrication

Opportunities of the week: PROMPT ROAD SERVICE '24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups

: ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS Meeting Sunday and-Breakfast.Brcilicrliorl 7:30: : : An Minor Repair 1011 N. Temple Arena

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE j Hostesses 16th Annual at TeaBy ON WATERFRONT WORK Report Shows

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lakes, rivers and streams without the necessity of obtaining line methods were

Marshall Beam Citizens Group On a real Spring-like day the a state permit if they follow certain conditions set used to serve approximately
Keystone / 3,500 chicken dinners to members
Community Church Women entertained down by trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund. '

T Back in States Hears Report: at their 16th annual tea The conditions are: annual and meeting guests of Clay attending Electric till

Hi/itesl From LegislatorsAbout on March 18 at 2 o'clock. About will be removed from the area
From VietnamEaster 140 guests enjoyed! this festive No trees or woody plants Cooperative at Keystone Height

By JIM occasion, held in the educational offshore from the ordinary high water line. last Thursday.The .

Please Phone in Your 150 members of the Lake building, which was turned intoa The use of drag lines, front-end loaders, scrapers or other streamlined operation required -

I Sunday evening the William Region Citizens Committee met flower garden of lovelinessby mechanical motor-driven, earth-moving machinery is pro- less than 30 minutes tc

Beam family both Senior with three members of the State Mrs. James Cook, general hibited. feed the multitude with some

and Junior, had a reunion by way Legislature at a get-together In chairman, and her creative com Alteration of the bottom configuration of the body of water 4,000 quarters of chicken, 12(
WOMAN'S CLUB 'tended!! the DuPont Golf Tournament visit with Lance gallons of beans 600 pounds of
of a long distance the Masonic Hall at Keystone mittees. in which work will be done is expressly prohibited.State ,
The Keystone: Heights Wom and dinner at the Marshall Beam from cole slaw and 120 gallons of
Corp. J. night to blossoms in along ,
Heights last Thursday Large boughs of magnolia permits are required for all other work or
an's Club will sponsor a dessert Starke Golf and Country Club California, Camp Fendleton. coffee, In 'addition to bottled
legislation -
hear progress reports on were used at the rear rivers and streams.
the shores of fresh water lakes, ,
'card' party on Monday, lest Friday.. Marshal who became father of drinks.In .
,
the
by groupat with the
sponsored of the
corners stage, of the Information -
dissemination
April 6. starting at 12:30: at the County Commissioner O. J. a baby daughter on January 2, the forthcoming legislative piano at the center with a largi The 1IF board authorized the contrast to the sometimes

clubhouse. Admission: will be Murrtiee' Sr. Is a patient In while he was serving in the Da session. picture of Christ on it. At the to all field personnel. "hot" trustee elections of previous -

$1 (including tax) for each ''the New Doctor's Hospital!! In Nang area of Vietnam, had advised Attending the meeting were Sen. front corners of the stage were years, all three nomineesin

participant.Hostesse Jacksonville, where ha Is :being his family that he was Richard Stone, of Dade County; large white urns, with spraysof last Thursday's voting were
; for 1hls event include treated tot .a heart cond Uon. leaving Vietnam on March 19. Reo. Gene Shaw. Starke;and Rep, spirella and green foliage, .wr: unopposed and were re-electex!

iMr R. Bridges Mrs. E. The latest report indicates' Anxious: waiting near a phone Ralph Tyre Lake City. The tea table was centered wif with the following count: Dist. 3,

Dielenbach, Mrs. W. Was, that' he Is now making satisfactory was finally answered. The en- The Lake Region group was a large silver bowl of pink glads, Dick Surrency, 837 Dist. 5, Ze-

Mrs. F. Stephens: and Mrs. A. progress. We hops" that tire Beam family talked to Mar. told that a hearing on the bill carnations, baby breath, and tiny VOICE of theSPORTSMAN dra Hamilton 806, Dist. 7, Hicks

Bachmann'' be 'will be able to return *nmi shall at the home of Mrs. Nancy has been tentatively set for button mums. At each end were Griffin 823.

Reservations:. for bridge soon. (Marshall) Beam in Lake Geneva. Thursday, April 9, at 8 a.m. antique silver services, surrounded /i; ) A total of 1,156 members reg-
faint istered to vote at the meeting,
Julie whimpered a
scrabble' and canasta can be Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gibson, Baby In the Holland Building Tallahassee by silver candelabras
her Daddy. As to when he \ and 1,006 ballots were cast.
.
cry o before the House Committee The lace
'
weekend CIIITTYHi
made toy contacting Mrs. Walz.at of Largo were guests in is not holding pink tapers. By MIKE The featured speaker, former
wlil arrive Keystone
and
473-4515. of their! son-in-law and daughter on Public Lands and dimity cloth was lined In
Congressman D.R. (Billy) Mat-
on the schedule as yet. from the
The 'club's regular] board (Mr. and': Mrs. James Bsel- Parks. Representatives pink. Mrs. William Walz and
Corp. Beam is the son of Mr. will attend.In thews, called for the develop
meeting will be held at the er. Mr and Mrs. Jim Beeler Citizens Committee Mrs. John Himble, past presi-
of rural
of ment a
and Mrs. William Beam. Jr. the bill has been - areas as means
Senate
the Church Women
of the
Tuesday April 7 at 'and Pete, of Orange Park dents - '
clubhouse son. Keystone and grandson of Mr. committee on )f promoting greater national
to the
referred and Glen caught 14 Space Wed-
1:30: p.m. Joined the parents and grandparents and Mrs. William Beam, Sr. of Resources and Conservation poured. Fans to progress. In January 1967 Mat-
Natural The thirty-eight Individual tables Sports glad see nesday night, and 12 another night.
dinner
NEWS > for Easter
WILLIAM'S an thews assign-
ST. Marshall began a two-year
Lake Geneva. Mrs. but a hearing has not were so arranged that ever you could make It again. The My father and Buddy Ellis ant!
Catholic Council will en Sunday.' : of Mr. ment with the Rural Communit
The Beam is the daughter yet been scheduled before this guest had a clear view of the good reports are still coming in, Alfred Hudson Gainesville wem' ;
evening! LeRoy Syracuse' of Grsennrille. of Little Development Service under the
Wednesday McLean
meet and Mrs. Ernest -
committee.All entire setting and particular) because the fish are still bitIng to Orange Lake Saturday eveningand
follow-In' 7 o'clock S.C.. Is visiting Mrs. Eli- U.S. Department of Agriculture,
8. Lake Geneva.
April
said they were We've
legislators the stage. Each table was covered and are being caught. caught 10 bass and 4 moreon
mass. It .Is hoped that all zabeth Grower at her home Marshall's sister, Leslie, was encouraged over prospects for with a white cloth, centered really been having some nice Sunday. Roy and Dr. Poin and served as its administrator
"will attend. on Lakevlew Drive. home for the Easter Holidays at the until 1969 when he retired from
members the It'i,
passage of legislation with a miniature vase witt weather for fishing lately. dexter caught 12 bass on Satur
The original oil painting! We are glad to( report that from college at Montreal, N.C. forthcoming session. The bill sprays of spring blossoms. a shame for all us po' folki day. Bill Reynolds of Keystone federal service to start teaching -

raffled off) ,by St. William's oa: Mrs. Camille Stewart Is now Marshall was a student of that would clarify the rights of ownersof Junior hostesses were teen. who have so much to do, that Heights got an 8 lb. bass. at Santa Fe Junior College.In .

Sunday morning. was 'won by at home after an extended! stay college, and upon discharge plansto lakefront property, and clearly agers of the Church, who served we can't get out and enjoy It. Jack Miller and son T.C. of his annual report,E.T. Martin -

:Mrs. Ernie Tomes. Donation In Atachua General Hospital complete his college education. define the line of demarkation the dainty, green and pink open Too bad we can't all take oft Santa Fe Lake, recently caught general manager of Clay
Electric said that the
received will. be added: t> the Certainly hope that' she csntin between state-owned lake bottom sandwiches, tea cakes and a a couple of months during 13 specs and a bass. Lavaughn owned, 30 thousand cooperative North--

Ibulldlng fund. lies to Improve. ww.wr- and privately owned upland pro- white pot of tea for each table. Spring, Isn't It fellows? Well Lowry and his brother recently Florida by families sold almost
east -
TEEING OFFIMembers Keystoners regretted tc perty on meandered lakes. Mrs. Alex Gaunt was chairmanof let's see what the lucky ones caught an 8 12pound bass.

of ithe Keystone learn. that former Keystaner: NEWS NOTESCOMMUNITY The legislators were intro. refreshments and had a competent who have been going have been Don Hill and Mr. Pope recently 1969$6 million in electric with powerin $7

Golf Club are reminded' to Jess Lewis, passed! away al duced to the gathering last Thurs committee assisting her. catching. caught 18 nice specs in Loch- as compared
.. million in 1959.
fl.I Nase
sign up at 'the clubhouse for the home of his daughter y day by Bill Baker, chairman of Bonbon dishes fashioned froma Griffin's Lodge (east shore loosa. Martin also Introduced the 19R
the Lake Region Citizens Com filled mints Santa Fe), had some fine reports and
,the Member-Guest Tournament Was: Marguerite Lewis. cf Sat pink napkin with Uncle Alfred Hudson friend Tour Contest
Youth Essay win
to be held at //the clu.b Harbor L.I., on Thursday mittee. gave added color to the tables. last week, in the Specs James Brock of Gainesville Kerry Shackleford Kay

this!. weekend. Following 'the March S8.MELROSE. CHURCH Jack Janes of Hawthorne presented and the Bass. Roy Griffin gui. caught 16 bass in two days Including Stone fore, and Debra Hawes. James

tournament on Saturday. participants The Executive Board of Community a fine program of vocal ded Matt Aaron Sunday thur an 8-pound, 2-ouncer\ Richardson, the fourth winner
music both In the American Tuesday and they caught 18 Bass. Alfred last week In
,
March 23 caught by
Church met on Masonic
and their: guests are day, April 9, at the was not present.
tradition, as well as some Thursday Roy caught 5 Bass, Orange Lake.
1 In the Educational appropriate
at
Invited 'to attend the soda p.m. Hall. This is a special occasion Assistant Manager Tommy
to Easter Time. Ills while fishing alone. Roy guided Well. we're out of It again,
hour held at the club. Additional Building. Mrs. Roy Turknett, when Charles McGlave will Mllilcan gave the treasurer'sport
mother Mrs. Florence Janes of Ben Betty Wednesday and they until next week "Goodbyeand
,
so
information concernIng President, opened the meeting be guest speaker. He Is Past showing co-op assets of
Swan Lake her caught 11 Bass. Roy's sons Alan Good luckl!
''the tournament, has !been with a prayer for guidance ar District Deputy Governor of the accompanied son $23 million, with $17 million
the l-jlletln: board. the planning for the next two Lions and will bring a special at the piano. Mrs. Cook intro- till owned on a REA loan. He
posted en Joyce duced all of committee chair
By Rowe months made. There being and
HERE N' THERE were message on "Eye Banks" said the debt is being paid off
William Boyd. of Panama: errrrrsJJ- two Easter Services, at 8:30: the program of Sight to the Blind. man and their assistants, and ces are sisters. of death, in the same manner that home
thanked them for their "
last! week and 11 o'clock, and Sunday Schoolat The Lions new club house is cooper Mrs. II.T. Smith and her sister A place called "Calvary's Hill. owners pay off a mortgage.One .
visiting :
City, was SCOUT MEETINGThe 9:40: the choirs and manyof nearly completed, with the labors ation. Mrs. Ruby Wolfe, have returned of the points brought out
his mother :Mrs. Paley All of the Church Women
with
nations preoccupation the teachers would be ser- of the Lions and the Lion are home after an extended After they'd beaten and abused during the meeting is the fact
Boyd. who is a patient In Al- wtth space travel has left Its ving at both Services so a coffee ess ladies, and all organizationsare grateful to Mrs. Cook and her visit with relatives.Mrs.Smith's Him, that during 1969, more than 60

achua General Hospital. Mrs.following impiesslon on the :Melrcse:: brunch was prepared and cooperating in assisting them Church.untiring: service to Community\ grandson, Larry Cheshire, and They nailed Him to Calvary's per cent of new power connectIons

Boyd Is improving daily Scouts. In fact, some of the served by Mrs. Alex Gaunt anc in their programs. friend Carol Maxted of Pompano Cross. in the Clay Electric ser-

two major/ op ratlons. boys sound like Authorities on Mrs. Walter Grolick. Mrs. Ethel Weyman. program Beach, visited them a few days. There He suffered, and bled, vice area were made to mobile
Announcement has 'been The April General Meeting ol chairman is making every effort cookies Gayle Quagllano While they were here, Mr. and and died homes.KEYSTONE.
;
their sugar
made: of the marriage tf M1? rockets with lengthy explanations Church Women will meet at 7:30 to make this luncheon meet- 3rd place, butterscotch brown. Mrs. Keith Cheshire of Gaines- So that we would not be lost.

Marilyn! Dye to Steven Thomas concerning construction p.m. In the Educational Building Ing an extra special one by ies.. ville were supper guests.

DiVito in North Hampton.N.H. : 'blast off, landing on April 6. The nominating having a large attendance. Visitors Senior Division: Cheryl Tomes, Weekend at Griffin's But that is not the end.

.. on February 14. The cou- stages, and engines. Thursdaynight's Committee will present the slateof are always welcome. Mrs. 1st place ribbon, Home and Family guests Santa Fe) Our Salvation has Just begun,
ple Is now residing at' 4 Heritage meeting was typical of officers for 1970 as follows: Fern (Julius) Hanson, President 2nd place Food and Nutrition Lodge (east shore Our Lord Jesus conquered the
; and Mrs. Bill
Drive. Salem, Mass. Mrs. this Interest with the boy President, Mrs. Barry Wyman; enjoys the privlledge of introducing 2nd place, Photograph.v.YvvYVV'vVvVvvVVvY. included; Mr. grave,
; of Jacksonville Dr. and
DeVito is the daujhter of Mr. competing: in "Rocket Races. first Vice-President, Mrs. Walter newcomers. Groves Proving Himself, the Holy One,
and ,Mrs. Jchn B. Dye Jr. ofKeyome They had to operate the rub- Grolick who is also Pro- Mrs. Poindexter of Wheeling,
HEIGHTSDiRECTORY
Heights and>.T(.. Lauderdale. ( /fcer ,band propellsd, rocket gram Chairman; second Vice JIOMEMAKERS TOUR W. Va.of ,North and Mr.Carolina.and Mrs.Mr.Zauh-and Conquering death. He saved us,

themselves along string: Prsident and Missionary The Clay County\ Council Sprint ner of Indianaare From an eternity\ burning In fire
Allbach
Mrs. Alfred B. Watson Jr. stretched across. ) the meeUna Chairman, Mrs. A.P. Mailman; Tour, we again remind member INDIAN BEACH Mrs.down John for two weeks. This I read In my Bible,

and children. of Savannah. lhall. Everyone' had a tremendous Secretary, Mrs. Charles SmUt and friends to make reservations and Gladys Mal- And my God Is certainly no liar

Tere weekend guests of Mr. time and was amazed iat and Treasurer, Mrs. Ralph Bar- to your Club President. It 1> (Lake etm r.) Raymond of Jacksonville, were down!

and Mrs. Alfred Watson of the success of the rockets. ker. Nominations may be made April 7 at Keystone Civic Hall By MIcluMl n. ChlttyPh. phurs working around their lake home All you must do to receive Him BEAUTY SHOP
Mast' successful were the individual from the floor.Following 8:45: when the Clubs will go tc 475-S171: And be Saved for evermore.Is .
Lakeview Drive. : den 'winners, Carl the May 18 covered the Ralford State Horticultural Thursday and Friday. confess you're a sinner, invite

Marshall Gallop a freshman Hagglund. Den I; C. C. Corey, dish luncheon of the Church Wo Prison exhibit at 10 a.m. Lunch &AAAA4&A&&&.&.&..&..- Since T-3on! missed you last Him In, KEYSTONEBEAUTY

at Woffred College spent tin Den H; Stanley Crouch. Webs- men's Circles the new officers eon is served (free) about 12 week, he has an Easter poem And open your heart's door. .
Easter holidays with his par The over-all champion. determined will assume their respective du noon In the new Cafeteria. Mr. fur you this week. So until next SHOP

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall los. 'runoff between ties. President-Elect will announce Jordan. Instructor and guide, Greetings all my happy neighbors week "May the good Lord bless
Gallop; of Lake Brooklyn.Mr. by a : her Circle Chairman and must have the number who will from your "happy to see and keep you all. ," Now EDITH JOHNSON Owner
and Mrs. Robert Menzen Den winners, was C. C. Corey. committee chairman. The Circle attend. it happening" Rolling-Reporter. here's Leeon. Personal and Creative Hair StylIng .

and children, formerly of Kry- Especially! excited was C. C.Corey's Chairman will then announce I know you're all glad to see 1&Olct 22fl41I Every Form of Beauty
Section"compl1sed
stone He'jhts an:} now: residing > "Cheering members of her Circle. This PERSONALSMiss our road being paved, right? LEEON'S CORRNER Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed

In Douglasvllle. Ga.. were In cf his brother Clay luncheon meeting Is to be a Emma Otterstrom formerly For those who haven't been out Monday.

Keystone last weekend visiting and cousin Deirdre Durbin. very special one, as it Is the of Park-O-Palms, and now here lately, they put the rocks "The Happiest Easter"

with family and friends. Delrdre swelled with pride 'at 20th anniversary of the founding wintering In St. Petersburg, will and tar down last week,and star- NURSERY

Miss: Su/anne Nelson a Junior C. C.'s success and appropriately of the Church Women's organization be a house guest of Mrs. liar. ted packing it down. Compared! Jesus Christ was born of God
kissed him-hardly acceptable which met in the homeof used to have To save the world from sin.
at the University of South low Fuller at the Park on April to that mess we
Florida, and Miss! Jutlanne however, to a champion Mrs. Gertrude Chrlstoffers 7 on her return to her pre we've got a "Super Highway"out And even though lie knew they'd / O.C. Carnes Nursery

Nelson! of) Jacksonville, were Rocket pilot and-:! ,boy of nine. on April 26 and May 2, 1950. sent home in Brooklyn, N.Y. The here now. "It sure is nice, kill Him,

holiday guests at the home of PTA MEETING i Then, too, the Circle having the many friends of Mrs. Fuller ain't it?" Now our visitors won't lie brought the Gospel to sin ,4-- Ji& Thousands of plants

their mother. Mrs. Mary Nel Melrose Elementary School best attendance at the General regret to learn that she has have to worry about getting stuck ful men. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

Hllcrest. held Its PTA meeting on March Meetings will also be recognized.This sold her home and Is moving to when they come to see us. "Some after-dinner speakers Evergreens

son. of Lake Junior at 23. "A Day In the Life of A early reporting is gearedto Balston Spar, N.Y. to live with Time now for a look at the After He lived a perfect life, are BO windy they Khould Camellias & Azaleas

Chris Zowarka a i IS Teacher Aide" was presented.A readers being sure to spreadthe her widower brother Alex Ste news. Doing Ills Father's Will. be called gusts of honor."
Central Florida: Academy! and be to parents They delivered Him to Ills place MOST ALL IN CANS
tour of the school emphasizing good news, sure wart. Mr. Fuller passed away Tuesday night my
home for a visit with! his family "Aide" responsibility enhanced attend the April 6 evening meeting In 1967. Mr. Stewart and Mrs. James and Cricket and I ate PLANT ANY TIME

the Jm! Zowarka's during and give a boost to with grandparents, Beautiful Roses
their presentation.Mrs. your Fuller hope to be spending the suoper my -

spring vacation. Atlanta Polly Price, Mrs. Mary Circle. winters In Florida.Mr. Hubert ;and Palma Chitty, in W & D TRACTOR SALESBox LandscapingPhone
of

Miss Vicky Hirdlgree. then visited
Chambers. Mrs. Gloria Dew- and Mrs. Louis Kyle ol Starke. My parents
spent last weekend with EASTERN STAR and Katie Howard their
dney, Mrs. K'tty Cruise and Keystone Lake have had several A.B. 659-2165
Miss Beth Jackscn and family, 'these Grand Chapter of Order of Syracuse friends visit them, as daughter Kathy Crawford and her
Carltha Perkins are
,the Robert Jackson's of Little Miss that make a teacher's Eastern Star of State of Flori- they were touring Florida. Mr. daughter. Thursday night, Mothe. 75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2628 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

Lake Keystone.Mr. persons day little longer affording da opens Its annual meeting on and Mrs. Raymond Tomney and and I attended a program at OLIVER TRACTORS Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome
and Mrs. Everett Fox at- a April 7 (Installation Ceremonies Mr. and Mrs. Alton W. Blaker Hampton-Daptix
on the 10th) In Jacksonville. were church friends of the Kyles Hampton Baptist Church, with 10 DIFFERENT SIZES

,f. Therefore, Keystone Heights when they lived Syracuse, N.Y. guest speaker Miss Norma S. E. McKAY. REALTORSenior

Chapter 279 will not meet the and attended Geddes Congreta. Sweeney, a missionary who's Implements, Sidewinder Mowers Holland
Member Society ol
Marching Forward night of April 7.FELLOWSHIP tlonal Church. Other guests were been working In Brazil. After Transplanters, Cole Planters Residential Appraslen
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Haylor, wards we attended a surprise
John Blue Ezee Flow and Others. We Help You Finance
CLUB for Youth Director ,
also of Syracuse. Mrs. Hay lorIs birthday party
The covered dish luncheon ol recent bride of Mr. Haylor. Wildon Stlnson and Training Trailer lots S500.-Up
the Club will be at 12:30: Thurs- Mr. Haylor's wife, Evelyn, and Union Director Otis Melton. Sat- Combine and Hay Equipment The Bent In Lake Front

Barney were long time friend urday morning, we brought Granny .lomcH, Acreare, Rentals

of the Francis Egans, when they Copeland home from Memorial TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS Mrs. Melba: Been Associate

them additional time to devote too, live In Syracuse, N.Y. Hospital In Wllllston, and she Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dyal Keystone Office 473-481

to their chllren'a learning: Mr. and Mrs. E.I.: Kyle spenta sure was happy to get back home. Homes 473-4740 473-4811

skilli. few days with Louis and Dell Sunday, Otis Melton and father,

1970-71 PTA officers were on their return to their new home Lonnie Melton, were dinner

elected with the succesiful in Lakewood, N.J. They spent guests. Aunt Clara Sullivan arrived .:: .
lAid.. IAI
Sunday evening to spend .t (
nominees being: V.P.Betty the winter in Clearwater Beach. :1
part of her vacation with us _
Duncan Treasurer' Joyce KEYSTONE 4-11 CLUB and Palma and Hubert Chittyof -, v5

Rx.>Next we. monu .ne children will The 4-H Clay County Events Starke Joined us Barton for supper. I i SIX EXCITING WEIJ\lE\) ,* JOIN US IN

Day and Fashion Show were held Pete and Joyce ant I
participate in a program presented George had lots of company EUROPE FOR
son
Office In Green
in the Extension WEEKS ABROAD
combined
through the March 21. Mrs. to help celebrate the holl \ \!
Cove Sprints on Wf\af\JlrEJFl.*
efforts of the Music. Dept. and Included SUMMER 1970:
Myron Prevatt Jr. is Asslstan day weekend. Their guests Alt yaun-it ant. law, ill,inClllflV -
Physical Dept. Homemakers Agent and the 4-11 : Jim and Evelyn Brunv !tUIIIUfl. COIt.
,
Mrs. Dorman announced mett of Panama City, Ed Suer. IOUNO TRIP JET S ALL SEftRlTZflRSr ": SIN: /) lOR/ YUl'K/
that The School's Spring CarnIval Clubs are under the direction of eth of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. iOOGING ALL MEALS I | 1.Kl.I.I. I ir-UOOU; .

will be held May 9. the Homemakers DepartmentMrs. Lamar Johnson and son Lamar EXCEPT BEVERAGES) 'I :* OCIinical' Euop. asORuuia
Ernest Tomes All TRANSPORTATION I. ]
Keystone Pail and PreientOHitiory #
PLANT SALE Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Fa- -
Heights 4-H leader and her as. WHILE ABROAD INSUR. I I 01 Lila,' in Ciniral Europe If-
The Melrose ElementarySchool and Freddie and Jimmy DISCOVER THE WORLD FOR
lany son ANCE
forward toward worth.whlle I
Moving steadily sistant Mrs. Albert Quagllano tpJU5 OArgonaut The Golden Age YOURSELFWITHA/41
Plant Sale March 21 and Brummett all from
on Stinky ,
goals is the family that has formed the happy habit was very successful as evidenced reported the following winner* Jacksonville, and Nell and Bud. ..UCH 1 XTRA, AS SMALLnnoups OOntnt OFrinch, A Language Summer .Japan and Civilization, Seminar _ _

of systematic: .saving! : by numerous indivldua! from Blue the Award Kesytone certification Club: (Junior dy Garner of Starke. I (Tuner sTuuFNtt R TWO TO TO A OSwiu, French languageOCgrman

purchasers. Proceeds amounted Division): Joy Johnson(dressy The James KInchen family, ana I ROO '*COll.r.1, LAW Language and Civiluation, Seminar, BUI'SeWmec.Al IIII.IYI

Every deposit In your savings bank account it* to $42. ): Veverly Aguilers (sports). the James Meek family from i IT '* CAVHISFS: LO l OSpanish, language and CiviliMtion, Seminar, :. -<& Today,
Jacksonville down at theli CATFIJ IN flit LARGE( Maitiit
An Iht
SHOW TIME were Olidlian and 'if
the road that will bring YOUR familyto White Award (Junior Division)
a milestone on : lake homes over the holiday "I TIES RON SITE EXCUR OA Living, Approach to Music t ..
the fulfillment of its dearly cherished desires. The C. W. Durblns and Kate Gaboardi, Debbie Sampsell, weekend. SIONS '& SEMINARSft OEngliih" Oramllnd literature, .,
daughter Mrs. Dona Corey and Gayle Quagllano. COURSE bYLLABUS '
t4ii
and family recently attendedthe : Senior Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish L_.- _- __
Division (2nd place, ret h = = =: : ] !fl1TflCOllfJi
KEYSTONE STATE BANKJf annual Tampa Ron?. Show ribbon): Cheryl Tomesdressy( ), and with family Mrs.of Starke Reddish's spent parents Easter i- credit toof I

where Mrs. Corey's registered She will go to Gainesville foi ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter.Mr. .
JH Shetland Roadster Pony "Che- the state competition in July. I lu.hrll'd, uludmts receive college credit for AlA Vaiatiun Mrs. Plan DrtdenBt.
X HdxhU may
FJXLC 7 M and Mrs. Larry Smith 1 Box 120-A
As Demonstratibns division I ,,, Interna. ,
kers" .b! ** uccesifully. Junior .S*mmun from We4tminst College. American
) Red af Deerfield Beach, and Mrs. tHjnul .\<......my 'w the only fully "accredited program of iu Keystone Relftil, Fla.
characteristic of Mrs. Cor Award Gayle Quag.
ft1IIuIt Xa T.or YrIsa41CiaaaItP la l. .
1"... E.E. Carter of Vero Beach have I kindYith"' AIA. you can enjoy an exciting"' fun filled, vata-" S2SM
ey's ponies h-s net only pssss llano, butterscotch brownies. been visiting Dick and Frances tiunand. got.ollrg credit, too.! Tel. 4Xi- rrii
ability: and ,beauty.. but a won Exhibits (Junior division) Ribbons Milliard. Mrs. Smith and Fran- -. .J
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'leaf. Attention to nozzle direction Bradford Coimliaiis To Pay More JTaIeItheBMS Social Security BARRETT
and peed are
pressure
FARM AND Aid OfferedRalph
RANCH
Li ilmporta&t.We have flaMe ofmiggity Than reWater Conditioning -
pretty some Btrawberries.. $3 Million in Income Taxes The Bradford! Mttttie School: I* Fontana' field
of the Gainesville : and Pump Co.
T. Bantu
George presentative
t By Plants are still growing and had a Student vs Faculty baseball
COUNTY'AGB11T that means that we should Bradford County; taxpayers who personal Income taxes in the game March instead of Social Security office to
'"ServiceWffffffS&SffffifSSfSK pick some good quality berries. are getting ready for the April 15 aext fiscal ;year only $91 billion. the .'Jt'. Academic Program.. at the Civil Defense building 130 Court Street
Agricultural: Bttnurion' TOBACCO confrontation with Uncle Sam are Guess who. won?-Faculty;: but bi Starka: each Monday' andThursday Phone 96<1-5832

A* the 'result of some recent becoming sharply aware of the This represents a cut of $1.2 we'll win next time "wont iwe from 9:30: am.
changes In UtIle of pesticides size of the Federal tax bite. billion reflecting the reductionof students? All ;persons who dare! to STA-RITE

there are some changes In our Several factors have combinedto the surtax to five per cent Everyone: returned from make applications for any
You still have pleatof tone tobacco production! .nd mar- make it bigger than ever.They and its ultimate elimination entirely spring break Monday morninggand type of social security benefits Water Conditioners
wall be the beginning of an
are the high level of employmentthat the second half secure social security numbers
FAIR. TOE during reported having a very and Pumps.
to "Come to the undetermined :future for some ketta.ff program. DDT and
existed in the past year, of this year. vocation. Don't wish or get andnfofinautbn\abld+er_ social
Our Bradford. County Fair to Mr. Insecticides! are not to be used nice :you ; Sales and Rentals
known ibmnigh: out the State. STRAWBERRIES any more. the Increase in average earn The resultant loss of revenue It could be that: doe every: security /.-.. Invited
ings per family and the 10 per will be overcome partially according to see Mr. Fontana at
-week with the exception of the
It does me rood to attend a Insecticide information 'was ;
Last Saturday was sure a re- cent surtax which was in effect to the government's this time. Repair Department
meeting somewhere and have MMUon of :February: 3, but not mailed to tobacco growers last during all of 1969. plan, by a temporary speedup] rainy/ weekend? 24 Hour Service
someone remark that they, had !lie kind wewant to talk week.: If :you need additional As a result the returns are in the collection of certain excise Don't forget Friday, student
heard about our Bradford Information contact us. Lan- *, you) can get in free anytime
about. .aepetlUon about the expected to be quite a bit larger and other taxes..
County: Fair under the leader need for use of peatlcfctes nate Is an insecticide Just approver than those turned in last -4, before 6 p.m. at the fair. .?..r..:.:!1.n: .1:1:1r:1:1r.:.::..:.::. ..:::.::.::..:.:.:..::.:.::.:::.::..t:.:::n.m..::*..:..n.: :::..:':.::.:,: :':m.i'..:: :..-:.:.*.;.:..::.:.;.:.:,:.::..:.::":': ::.:.:....::.."":'::..:.:t :?."
ship of our Fair Manager .John may do a little good. Here for us In Florida on tobacco. April 15. when personal Income ADDING MACHINES\ Fhe rides are bigger and better 'f1.r
Mayer, a mighty lot of work they are-. : It will' be available as taxes from the local area were real : iv&a'" this year and
was done try: a lot of peopleto An of our strawberries are a substitute for theca Insecticides close to $2,974,000. rent.or Add electric.attract,For credit sale hal or students are enjoying, \! them ::: Since 1950 *
make this Fair possible. You be used That the approximate total Hot to mention the adults.
at a stage that only: three pesticides that are not to on was nee. Bradford County TeIoopaph. M @
will feel a little more proudof should be used. ((1) tobacco Our other most used according to a breakdownof Until next time, see you

Bradord County\ after you CAFTAN for leaf .spot, :fruit materials, and still approved.are of from the State of Around the carpet. :3::::::: 077o i ,..tuag. cstfwct. aYRQ n "p":::::::
.Mawhat can :be brought &to* wt and crown rot Maximum Sevin and Parathion If Florida as a wnoie. The statewide f6G @,

"Bether for realty outstanding rate Is five ((5)) pounds of fifty'. you have not been satisfied' : collection amounted to ever : ........._.. T"'.......................... ..... .....
$2 billion the Treasury Depart- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ,. ... .
Attractions. (SO) per cent Captan per acre with Bevln' for 'worms, you .

Be cure and tee the Beef can :3. you spray.. If you: dust. Seat! might! want. to try Lannate. ment reports. :;. Mrs. Carolyn* Cordially !,.:...
Just how much of an increaseIs "
Exhibits. 1 point this 'up because be sure !to get good coverage POULTRY :::::: Eaves :
this I* !the proof of the without excessive reaMue! oa Some wrong information, got being counted on this year STARKE 1J Welcomes s..1

progress being! made in 'the* plants' and berries. ((2)) KEL- into' one of our newspapers Is indicated in the new budget. .'.' Representative .....
annual Calf Scramble project THANK 35 for both red spider last Saturday.: It was part of Nationally it calls taxes for $92.2 PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE !):;:;j Ph. 96"-5812 You and Your ::;::
billion personal ,or near-
sponsored by: our Starke-Bratf and two-spotted spider mite*. a good' story about our Fair and: ly $5 billion more than last m 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your 4:

lord County.' : Chamber of Com (3) PHOSDRIN If you find aph- we appreciate the pres riving year. ;::?: Starke New Home .::::.
merce. These FFA and 4Hboys ids. If you are not picking you 'us coverage. HEIGHTS r
Because of the economic gains ..... ...
are proud of these beef can use parathion aphldrl.In ;. Instead of 965.000 layers: and chalked up in the area during the I i;:::::: i=::::
PHONE 473.3176 '
jixIrtMla., Many of the. !boys each case above It is 2.3 million broilers. was past year notwithstanding the I *1 The State of FloridaIt :Mim
bare purchased one or" more very necessary: to get the ma. quoted, have close to 1,000,000 general slowdown In the rate of {tiJ
additional animal- This' could -- layers and send to market local residents will be Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and fmI

M nearly 5.000,000 broilers In a beams their full share of this TOMATO PLANTSBell I m To Aquaint You With Your City. 1
year. Increase.
1 was talking to one of Flor Their payments to Washington I -i: L8
ida's pioneer poultrymen last are expected to total approxi- Pepper Long Cayene .(?:::Uf you are new in the area, a phone ::,

weefc, tiar. Henry Smith from mately$3.152,000,or about$178- ,
301 DriveInSHOW Nassau County.: Mr. Smith had 000 more than they were last Sweet Bananas Hot Bananas .>call:::.:::.:;:::. will bring you a prompt visitifrom :

been In 'the poultry business ;year. 'I EGG PLANTS 1 ; your local hostess. Please give :1
(layers) along time when I Although the war in Vietnamand"

BEGINS AT SUNDOWN met him In 1942. enjoyed: visiting the needs on the home front PRICED REASONABLES. 1 t'::::':::her a call! She has maps and many I.I.:1:
his place many: time I present the country with staggering S
ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c bills many of which will 1111 free wonderful
refer' to this because he had: :: ? and gifts for you
12 Free have to go unmet or drastically F. BATTON -- PHONE 473-4112
Under
Children
heard a lots about how Bradford ?
:
reduced the Administration pf::::I from local businesses. t= ::.

( County as a la poultry becoming County.recognized as its probable revenue from State Road 21 -- West Edge Keystone Heights i:[@1@1 fi1i: 1i1i1iiim m ] m 1iil'Wi;? : : m **: t1ffii m 1f: rl

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DOUBLE b Gulf Service
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? USED VAXtU

44 'FEATUREBattle i r 9 Tsp Prices. faT Wrecks OlIn
24 Hour Wrecker' Oarrtoe

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I/Md Can -
ofgntaiMm MEN WANTED Laundry.workers.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES PUMPS Hwy Ml N. Walk
Kitchen aids, labor- 4O-UM
Minimum Charge 1.75' era cottage parent, watchman __ NEW AND USED JIMMY MOORE'S E. LaRue
cooks and clerks, ground- SALES ARTS- ERVIC-
(Covers IS words) SUN SPORTS INSURANCE AGENCYAuto WANTED LISTINGS
e keeper truck driver. Finday Deep & Shallow Wells -
Tire' Homeowners On Homes and
Acreage. Buyers
$ a ?LI Each word over 15-'7o week, eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters
f y
MOORS BOAT TOR Waiting. Strout Realty, Rg.
roductiuh State retirement vacations, LIFE & ACCIDENT
Harry $alltman 50c Extra Charge if not Expert Service On
FOUR Broker 2117 N. Temple] Ave.Ph. .
., MONEY
sick leave.If Interested
please
Andrews Michael Caine Trwa Now.d Cud Jurgens Ian McShane Kenneth More Laurence Oliver paid in advance All Makes Keystone: Heights 473-4003: 964-6609 Start*. Fla.
apply in Personnel
Harry Richardson Robert Shaw Pallas WamarkSusannah person Slarfce Ph. t 4-87BI
Plummer Michael Redgrare Ralph Plumbing Service
t qel Patrftk Christopher ltred Crealorer.u..CuiHamdlodechnaolo.o CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Manager Sunland TrainIng -
York ..,,..Harry Safliman.S Benlamm fat .IM.-James Nennaway.W Center Oalnesvllle i'lLAn Phone 964-7061 Complete Outboard A Stern EZERASE TYPEWRITER WATSON'SHouse
,
.Panamaon' $1.50 Per Inch
UnMNN..C Drive Service ad:: Repair. Notebook
Paper Filler -
i equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP
.W.0110.ICTUr U.II.. ,Inil.COrIMrMa wu.GIIIACII.YUIMCI Memorials Resolutions AND SUPPLY CO. Complete Fiberglass' Repair. Hridford County Trlecriph. of Vacuum
Custom-built
Proclamations, etc7c' word tfag FiberglassFishing MEN WANTED Men cottage Many brands of new vacuum.
.. Boats
TliMYPDN4aNfLlKS Y Wtgr as.N. CARDS OF THANKS JJUIML'K STICK Vinyl Flastto INSURANCE paerts age over ,1. Starting $39.00 UP. Used machines from

AND SmlffN HUMOflfOlYUL, I 50 words or lens .3.00 Letters & Numbers for Interior AT REDUCED RATES 7]T $329 month promotion op.rortsnltes $10. Expert Repairs all malt '.
: and! regular Increases Parts and Accessories for> an
+ Each word over 50-'7c and exterior use. (All sizes colors. AUTO. FIRR. BOAT .
In 8 hour 5 vacuums. Built In Central vacuum
Bradford County Tele- DOYLE E. CONNER pay. day: ,
week, sick leave cleaning .,.terns. 712 N.
INSURANCE AGENCY <>ay : vacations
graph. tf
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lake state retirement. If Interested Main. Oalnesvllle 378-7110'

BRYNNERWALLACH Th PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50, SAVEr please apply In person Personnel
filler Brown to $625. Take the drudgery: out BAIRD Manager( Sunland Training Cen

eO.-QELI of paper work.-Bradford Cow- ter. Gainesville, Fla. Smith PlumbingAND
ty Telegraph g Mobile Homes An equal opportunity employ-

STEVE 1lIIIIIr4f'!! !!! SEWiNG MACHINE-Ckane3,; NEW and USED er. Supply Company

oiled and adjusted In your 8-10-12' Wide TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
McQUEEN olkswaK"nI borne, 300. Vacuum cleaner GainesvilleGood Electric. For sale or rent.
also. All work Bradford County Telegraph.WANTED .
repairs 'guaranteed. CMtTMtlag and repatrsP1.s61ag
.wwwr...UNfTED ARTISTS ... Quality r yr
Used t..O) Dennis E. CQggine, Phone Ftxtare .
I SaIea 431-1428. tfehg Reasonably Priced : Used Wrlnier'WaShr.
Service
chafer Heaters Paz,.* -
'WI Gainesville' 378-278!' Win pay cash or tate In
FOR RENT: TV sets, baby IriigaUoa HM FiltersWale .
1 MI. North of The Mall Serviced. Guaranteed and trade on anything. DAmamS.1M71 .
OAINE!: iYILLEARS beds, elec. guitars, amplifier, Delivered' In Starke Area 23. U-ehg r Softeners
FLORIDA THEATRE refrigerators: day or week. DA-

HMER'S.964.7923.' _tf-ehg NO EXTRA COST WILL BUY: Used .Appllan.

US 441 N. 45M NW 13th Furniture, TV'f, Stereos, anytWng PHONES
:
Showtime-Weekday* 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 National
Sewing Gainesville 378-5185 of value. DAHMZR'8.: : 964-6023 or 964-5837' :


FRIDAY-SATURDAY APRIL -3-4 Machine Co., SERVICE Small appliancesat C ASH SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic .tease make a .*'*p s<

HAS Largest selections from whichto Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. Letters. all sizes. colors.}) Perm- .,net lumbers la. :Mst.

DOUBLE FEATURE EVERYTHINGSTARKE choose Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco, Pill St. Phone 9B4-M11.! tfchcr WTO anent, for use on wood glass, aeac. I14M1t
New Home, Si Unl raal. PROFESSIONALTIPS plastic paper metal leather,
FOR SALE Concrete block ANYTHING I -Bradford County
TERROR This Ad Worth $3.00 On Any -
Purchase or Repairs house: 3 bedroom 1 bath eentrnl PAINT) Telegraph. tt

AND TORTURE heat ft air,oondltlonlnar. Oor- Eunice Nursery
Gfl Phone 964.6 48 611 W. University Ave. 378-13S3. ..T lot Phnni. 984.53R7.! tfnhr SUPPLIESMARY FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bedroom Tomato, Eggplant ti Pepper-

RUN RAMPANT NOW IN STOCKconstruction f r.Iw trailer outside city limits. plants: Azaleas, ornamental
POSTED SIGNS Treated to
:
J. B. White 9646114. tfchy
PION E A I I7ae Paper. All colors In the rain- shrubs: Blueberries all container -
withstand weather 20c each
e asi VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- !bow. Bradford County Tele- grown. 2 ml. north ofLawtey
$2.25 doz. Special price on larg- Lawn Mcxwsrs-W9 service: what
MASTER Add Machines, with graph. tf on Htway 301. turn at
rr quantities. Bradford Countv we sell. Starling:. Farms Supplv -
'
e r + ii subtraction. SPECIAL. this Telegraph. tf signPhone 782-3465. tfchg
r FOR RENT: Unfurnished: house 2W.! Andrews at. tfchlC'Southern
I I St month onlY $69.95. Ideal for CARTER
home or light office work.- .In country. Also furnished BUYING SILVER COINS Marine WANTED Calves.. 1-4 months,
( apartments In Starke.-W. H. concIlUon. commercial: beef herd. Angus.
Bradford County Telegraph tt 1164! or older any PAINTS
Nollman. !MO N. Cherry 'trcha'FAYE'S Hereford other good stock.
$ Dollars!! 2.00 up. Halves 60c. Moved To Gainesville
REMINGTON CASH REGISTER FABRICS First! quality Quarter 3V.( Dimes\ lc. Cur- New NameGaineaville Phone 964-6921. 4t ...2
: 2-total electric slightly r-t Market Price For rare 102 CAST
.
dress, drapery: upholstery
VINCENT LEE- GOING used. Cost new, $420. Save $100. MarineLYNN
PRICE-CHRISTOPHER PETER material. Notions chenille bedspreads dn4Pw ft older coins. We Buy BROWAifCSTREfT

.AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL. COLOR.......... -D I 'OUr County sale Telegraph.price. $320.-Bradford tf tapestries. Also seconds 9 11. or trn-te"- coins. Bull'ngtons!'' HAMILTON MOIL BRADFORD
mill: ends. BankAmerl- Cn'"< Starki Fla." 164-7271. Johnson. Motors Cobra Boats SEPTIC TANK

FOR RENT- Furnished apartment card and Master Charge. Open F.XPERT CARPET Installation. MaMne Supplies COMPANY

I r I"I' 4 rooms and! bath, utilities Monday. 10.7' ; Tues. through Tall 4-7R89' after! 6 p.m. 1030 E. University Ave.
furnished. Couple only-No Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy 301 tfchg ChINl8v1De
ALLAN UK* Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg m ml. north of WaMo. tfehg FILAMENT Strapping Tape, Owned A Operated By
EDGAR WANTED two wooden high %" x 60 yards $2,50 Single
,,,,ue.e?nww.p FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2 bath rh"'r., rd onv'' other baby roll. Bradford County Telegraph DON NEWMANS and
Four Miles Out CB house. Built-in. kitchen,
fum'ture.! Phon 782-3231. it MICHAEL DOBBS.
Rslford Road spacious living room and dining Lawtev. Itp Four MOM Out
MODERN MASONRY HOME room combined. Large lot. Rslford Road

COLOR .'.' Large Living Room $18 OOP. Ph 964-7Sq4.' 4t 4-9 FOR SAT,': Ch'cken fertilizer. FOR SALE Business and pro MODERN MASONRY HOME INSTALLATIONREPAIRING

NAVI Paneled Family Room Clssn: : out(! Mrrice.! Will 1)IlIt saw- perty located next door! to Large Living Room
w.v PRICE PEiEN LppAE Many Many Extras FOR SALE 2 bedroom blockhouse dust back In houses. Moved Holiday Inn. H .block: from Paneled Family Room DRAIN CLEANOUTAND

INCENT1ASILBTa10NE Only $18.850 furnished .Carport. large to mirrrton.: New No. 468-1985 r.ew County Court House. Call Many Many Extras PUMPING
wDEU&'PL fl BILL POWELL BROKER :yard call M4-66S5 after 5 p.m.We .
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W, A. pv tt. tfchg 964-7004 or contact Morgan Only $18,850
tmorelan i f st. 4.'
4to
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964-4464 964-6810
Beauty and Barber Shop. BILL POWELL. BROKER
t Large Masonry Home SALES HELP NEEDED 4tohg 4-2 HU4a4 NUl1. Phone 964-6647
Temporary Pert Tlmn SalesC'erk4
LOSE WEIGHT safely with De,,. on SR-1S-A Klngsley Lake for Camp Blanding WIMBERLY'S Railroad Salvage Starke. .,..

SUN., MON., TUES., APRIL 5, 6, 7 A-Diet, and remove excess Extra Swimming Large Pool Lot "rrt Xchan!. Apply Building! Orocerles, Fabrics
fluid with FLUIDEX. Only 98c
Nn. 1W5.! Camp and $1.69 at Mitchell's Drug. Must Sell For Health Ressons FOR SALE-City lot 110' x 110'
"DAZZLING! Once you see i it, you'll never again picture 4tp 4-9 BILL POWELL, BROKER /,4 nll 7. 1r70. -' Blandlnz Blvi.. Jacksonvilks.tfehg: .
Hampton Lake. Price $1.-
4464 M4-M18, :: fe an>" -r fast with Phone 964- 6lO. tfotvg
_
'Romeo &Juliet'quite the did beforeLIFE!
way you DRIVERS NEEDED no.BCOf! T .ble'ts"' &Vai! 250.00 to( $1.500.00 including
FOR RENT- New duplex apt. >.." Andrw Phar- FOR SALE Corner dry: lot house plans. A. J. Thomas
........_ Train NOW to drive semi "water p'l FOR SALE 841 FORD Gas
!nub::: -Klngsley! Lake. Call Merritt H. 3tp 4-11' 110' x 110' terms. Ready for Realtor. Tel. 9648701. tfetog
truck: local and over the road. irmcT. Tractor! with loader. Power
Williams day 964-5391-nlght 964- mobile home or house. 964-
FRANCO ZEHI RE LU J You CAn earn over $..00 per 7788. TP 11'0'S I.P.: 1 1'16Q< Scooter steering< and .new brakes.: Very 8610.. tfohg Two bedroom frame house and
hour, after short training For $100 00 Fr lVnt condition gaod: condition. $1200. Phone cottage on large lot pared
ROMEO .; interview and application! call COD YOU KNOW it'. easy to <(<"AI' 7"-4\1. Ito '76-2548. Oftl-iesv lie. tfchi FOR SALE K'ng else white, street. Price 950000. A. .J.
L JULIET ., 90+388-4607. or write Safety own a Longohamp Home? vinyl headboard Eke new- Thomas Realtor. Tel. 9644701.tfchg.

X'o ordinary l love*,or\..... Dept., Nationwide Systems.Inc. Better built for Florida flu T.aRltnr orp ".1I'J\ Lots for HORSE TRAILERS -Used and $"5.00 964-6616. 2tchg
., c.o Mercury\ Motor Express In,. Your plans or ours. Your Bent wish' q,14 "'"Y. oak fnctory demonstrators. arL- .
TECHNICOLOR' A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Term. B15g.. t'71R' McDuff lot or ours. Contact BtiVrd! suY.'rp.! 1% mllea! !bath on ?01 MOUR TRAILERS Green Coves FOR SALE1963 Olds 88. All HOUSE TRAILER Jar sole. For

I ,1 Ave. N., Jacksonville Fla. 322- Mitchell phone 964-6853. P. O. Phone 964-6609 or 9644937. Spr1'1." phone 284-5153. power, aircondltioned. A. R.Oaaklrs. details call 964-6687 day 964-
05. 3tohg 4-2 Box 238 Starke tfchg tfohg 2tp 4-9 ., 782-4140. Kobe 5453 nights. 2tp 44
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