Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01644
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01644
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miligrap4 Still Probing

The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


No. 33 Thursday, March 11 1971 Copy M ar IIet B 1 aze

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I "So hot it was like

throwing gas on it when

that water hit," says Berry Queen
Asst. Police Chief Bill

Chambers of Friday morn-

ing's buring of the
Starke State Farmer's

Avenue.Market on North Temple Title Attracts

The biggest blaze in Starke
since old Blanding Center
burned just after\ WW II, the
fire is still under Investigation Beauties
by the State Fire Mar- 27
shall's Office, local law

: t ; enforcement agencies, and with
consultation with the FBI.

ti I t i ,xr Twenty-one area beauty; can-
r t "The possibility of arson has
II didates are set to enter the
not been ruled out, says Fire 1971 Strawberry Queen Pageantand
Marshall Harold Deesof Orange
six more are expected to
is for 4rr
Park who investigating confirm their applications with-
the State Fire Marshall's Office in the next few days, accord-

Ttr t ing to Mrs. Jane Watson con-
"We are trying to establisha C test chairman.
connection between the fire
t tt and burglary" The robberyto The beauty pageant will high-
which Dees refers occuredat light the final night of the 1971
t i, Starke Builder's Supply on Bradford County Fair and
Washington Street the same Strawberry Festival set March
t night and about the same time n 31! and April 1-3.
of the lire
Entries to date are:
I d 4.F, wi A Dupont employee returning Janet Adams, 18, daughterof
home reported the fire to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adams,
Starke police at 2:08: a.m. Fri- and, a senior at Keystone
day. Power lines were cut to .t Heights High. Miss Adams was
Starke Builders to kill a bur- selected "Best-All-Round" of
glar alarm and the clocks Ray. Sands her class and is sponsored by
there stopped at 2:05: a.m. Cunningham's Gulf.

"We have Information that Tina Christiansen, 16, daughter -
possibly the fire was set," Fire of Adm. J.S. Christiansen

Marshall Dees said Tuesday t, of Holmes Beach, Fla.. is a
night. lIe Is working with Starke t senior at Orange Park High.
police and the county sheriffs Sponsor: Jackson's Building
office for complete coverage of Supply of Starke.
both the fire and the B & E
in which an assortment of 24 Debbie Guy, 17, daughter of
firearms valued at $2,234 was Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Guy,
stolen. Orange Park. This high school .
Firemen battle to contain -market blaie. (Photo by Gary Whitehead: ) senior was selected 'Most "
Dees said various persons her
Popular" by class. Spon
will be questioned this week in sor: Starke Builder's Supply.
an effort to connect the fire Janice Jones, 17, daughter of
and Ii&E. Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Jones, Pa-
4 New Deputy Robert Green of the latka. Is a senior at Palatka
GovenorTo Be Asked Bradford Sheriffs Office says South High School and was selected
there is no connection at this yl "Best All Pound"by her
Buses time between the two events, classmates, and Is the 1971 Miss
however. Chief Chambers saysa Palatka. Sponsor: Palatka Jay-
current mode of operation of cees.
Making To 301 criminals Is to start a fire to
Support 4LaningA decoy lawmen during bur- Jacquelyn Kay King, 17,
glaries. Jackie! King daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Jack
RoundsFour King, Orange Park High Senior -
Chambers was checking a was selected "Most \t-
woods fire on Market Road and tractive" by her classmates
delegation from the Starke- won't support the 4-laning ef- are Investigating the possibi- of-way by tearing up and rebuilding was nearest to the farmer's Sponsor: Kitchens Tile Contractors -
new school buses delivered Bradford Chamber of Com- ford at least to the extent of lity of using the present right- the existing 2 lanes. market when the police receivedthe Starke.
school officials will confer with Gov. lending his support in obtaining call. The fire was a fairly
to county merce
this afternoon the new f"ederallunds. small blaze in the hallway at Sandi Lineberry, II, daughter -
last week are makingthe Iteubln Askew
rounds this week, accord- (Thursday, March \11)) on the A low traffic count and rlgh- the east end of the market when Orange of Mrs.Park.Pesirj A senior M.at Com OPUS')*,,

ing to Supt. Tom Casey, bol- possibility of using a new Fed- of way costs were given at the he arrived, Chambers saldBut she was first In the
lane US-301 301 meeting by Depart- by the time he started to get runner-up
four recent
stering the school's aging eral law to '
1970 Gras Queen ('on.test.
1m out of his patrol car the fire \
transportation system. from Baldwin to Callahan and ment of Transportation District )
Sponsor Starke Chrysler-
Driver assignments were on the 1-95 in Nassau County. Engineer Jim Ward as rmtor "got to roaring and popping. Plymouth :

made last week with School for 3 reasons why! US-301 4-Uiiing "We started to get back Into
Making the trip a p.m. from Baldwin to Callahan Is Janice I-ott, 17, daughter of
Board Chairman Rodney Hall appointment with the governor 01' td 9 the car to back away and that .
hat higher on the DOT priorIty t1 P.M. l.ott of Hampton and Mrs.
drawing a name from a Chamber PresidentBud no thing pretty well exploded,"
to determine the driver of one today Mizell were Executive Vice- list than it Is. .. j Chambers said of the east end G.C Fowler of Lake City, is

of the four buses costing President John Myers, and Bu- Traffic count on the 2-laned of the market where the two a senior at BUS. !She recently
transferred from
$26,000. ford Mitchell County Commissioner 301 north of Waldo is only 2,900 coolers stood. Smyrna
Two, purchased with $12,000In High In Tennessee where she
Ward said The
Chairman Dave Shuford cards per day,
Wind from the west, facIng majorette,
emergency education act was was a Sponsor: Slade
In orderto
funds, have been assigned to Sen. Bob Saunders, his admin- Federal consider Government giving, matching jy 4NNNI the fire, Chambers said. ,- .' Gas of Starke.
areas designated as having the istrative aide Bill Lockhart, But the blaze raced down the
worst transportation problemIn and Rep. Gene Shaw. Repre- funds for U.S. highway construction market In the face of that windIn Diane Mauldln, 19, daughterof
last year's school desegregation sentatives from Nassau County, requires 5,000 cars a matter of minutes."It Janice Jone.Sandi "Mrs Lee "Mauldln, is a
order handed down by Baldwin In Duval County, and per day.Local. former Miss Macclenny and 4.
the Orlando Chamber looked to me as if some- Is the "Miss Baker
the U.S. District Court in were alsoto l officials, however, con- present :
thing would have had to be put ( .
attend. tend that motorists avoid the Count
\ Albert and
Jacksonville: Tyson the chief said.
2-laned sections of US-301 by NNNI on the platform,
The new Federal law making Jacksonvillevia I AVr Und :McOlll, 18, daughter ,.
(Cont'd On Pg.. 4)ulljf ) areas designated as "economic detourIng 1-95.through If 301 four- Starke firemen were on the of "Mr. and Mrs.' William A. .
growth centers" eligible for were a -, scene by 2:15: a.m., In just McGill of Lake Butler, Is a
laned from 1-95 south to the
U.S. highway construction funds r 't over flu mInutes They found Lake city( 'tumor College stu
Sunshine State Parkway traf-
now appears to be the brightest 4 the entire market ablaze. dent. She is I akc City Community -
hope of four-lanlngthe northern lice would increase, local officials "It was completely engulfed. College homncomlnd

section of 301 to 1-95 anytime think. Traffic count on The only thing we could real- queen and was first runnerup -
prior to the late 1970's. the four-lancd section of 301 her champion steer at the ly do was save the co-op (Farmer's In the Miss Lake City Community -
stand with
through Bradford County showsa Chorl.n. Melvin grand Mutual Exchange) next
college ( Sponsor -
Gov. Askew will presumablybe traffic count of about 8,000 Gainesville Show, and with representatives from Public SuperMarkets door," said Asst. Fire Chief Mpha Nu Chapter ontest., The

asked to support the pro- cars per day. which purchased the prize animal.Brooker Eldon SaW Delta Kappa (.amma.
ject by designating US-301 area News was brighter for the
In Bradford, Duval, and Nas- four lanlng of the southern portion There was no chance to save 1 Gloria Prevail, in, daughterof
sau Counties as an economic of 301, however, the 10 any portion of the building, Sapp Hev. and "Mrs (".F. I're- t
Gin um step toward the funding of the wood and a tie-in with the Sun- Girl II volunteers fought and High and a sophomoreclass :
$7,000,000 available In the Fed- shine Parkway. District 5 DOT contained the blaze, staying until 1 sponsor. Sponsor.; l1t-
eral program In 1971. Englner4 Bill Bentdlct said in 8 a.m. Friday ? chell's Drug Store.

SPRING Under the February meeting here the "Margie Lou Prevail 17,
the program 95 per It was terribly hot betweenthe
FASHION cent of construction costs wouldbe portion of US-301 from Sum- farmer's market and theFarmer's Lin b.rry daughter of Mr. and Mrs "Marvin -
merfield to Wildwood Is in the Prevatt of Macclenny, Isa
borne by the Federal gov- Shows ChampCharlene Mutual building, Sapp
DOT planned program for con- senior at Baker County High.
SHOW ernment through the U.S. Department said. Those were the hottest
of Transportation and struction during 1971-72. temperatures he has faced In !She was second runner-up in
Most right-of-way had also the Miss Baker Count) Contest -
the remaining five per cent 30 years of fire fighting
by the state. been acquired for the 3.5 miles Sponsor: Paul's (exalt
Spaghetti In Marion County, Benedict Melvin, 17-jear-old per pound with Alachua Mining "It makes you feel klndi bad Pharmacy of Macclenny.Kaye .
Of the recent meeting on 4- said, and that portion of 301 Brooker 4-11 member, showedthe Company adding a nicklc when you have to fight a fire
lanIng US-301 held here MI- Is scheduled to be four-laned grand champion steer at per pound, the Community Bank and know you're losing," Sapp Sands, 17, daughter of
Supper zell told his Board of Governors In fiscal 7273. the Greater Gainesville Steer of Starke adding two cents per said Mr.I and Mrs.' Holland Sands,
last Thursday: Ward said In the February Show and Sale last Thursday.It pound, the Starke-Bradford Is a senior at Baker High and
6P.M. "We found out where we stand, meeting here that $500,000 of was the second time the Chamber of Commerce adding Before reaching the seen is homecoming queen. Sponsor:
if nothing else." additional right-of-way will BIiS coed had entered the 2 cents, and the Bradford County firemen were hopeful they could Sands Motor' Co of Macclenny.
Tonight lie said support has been have to be acquired In Duval Gainesville steer show. The Farm Bureau adding two stop the fire before It spreadtoo Sara Whitt, 16, daughter of
promised by the Orlando Cham- County and $1.2 million in Nassau champion was one of six Bradford cents. This gave Miss Melvin' far. "Everything: seemedin Mrs. Louise Whltt of Macclenny -
Woman's Clubc ber of Commerce. Highways in County for the four-lanlng steers which made the a total of $1.22 per pound or a our favor with the building Is a Junior at Baker High.
Orange County are already getting of US-301 north from Baldwin. best showing to date for the net sale price of $1,135 being open and all," Sapp salt' She Is junior class presidentand
o.p.It .. overcrowded, Mizell said Ward also disclosed that 200 county. The Chamber and Farm Bureau a Student Council vice-
he has been told. As before, feet of right-of-way is already Her 931 Hereford steer was and bank each added two City police found the burglaryat 8r president. Sponsor: Karelle's
tt; (!:ommunUy&tatr Mizell said he expects little owned by the state, the amount selected the best of 54 steers cents to each Bradford steer. Starke Builders while check- Town Shop of Macclenny.
Sank assistance from Duval County required for a 4-laned high- exhibited by 4-H- and FFA mem Gary Melvin, Charlene's bro- Ing doors early Friday morning.But Connie Williams, 16, daughter -
> In the four-lanlng effort except bers from Alachua, Bradford, ther and a Starke FFA member, they had been delayed about of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
i from the town of Bald- way.But the engineer pointed out, and Union Counties.At showed a blue ribbon Angus two hours at the market fire and Williams, Palatka Is a junior
A.b T.___--.u.ti win which is on US-301. the present 2-laned VS-3011les the auction Thursday night, steer that was purchased by It was all over. at Palatka South High and KeyCont'd

P.....seer teener c.... Mizell says, however,he sees In the middle of that right-of- the grand champion steer was Lindy McGill
no reason why Gov. Askew way. Local Chamber oi.lclals: purchased by Publlx Super Mar- (Cont'd On Pg. 4) (Cont'd On Pg. 4) On Pg. 4)

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iie,1iii4 :, Girl Scouts Drug Clinic Scouts In Collecting

'Do Their Thing' Set Here Goodwill Items

March 22A
This SaturdayGirl Saturday, March 13, la Scout
In Good Turn Day and marks the
10th Anniversary of this an-'
Scouts will "Do TheirThine"
Drug Clinic will be held
nual event.
at the Stark Woman'sClub
.at the Starke Woman's Clubon
d Saturday March 13, from March 22 In coope ration with
1 to 4 p.m.With Beginning at 9 a.m. hundreds
enforcement agencies.A
Gkr Kootjrr FlmM su-,s.sBoer.fy M r 1 f all Girl Scouts In the local panel law from the Corner Drug of Boy Scouts Cub Scouts and.
county participating] there wtl Store In Calnetvllle will parttilpate. their leaders will visit residences -
Editor be a display of arts and crafts, ] The Corner Drug Store In the communities to
and a continuous performance direction obtain clothing and small household -
created under the -
..I/-/ .....-... -.... --- -_ & I of songs and games. ThereIs was A.C.- items. Admiral Heyworth,
''f:: .".,.. -.1 _'" no admission charge and 3.W.,of who John holds A. Creech.the degree of Jr. Commander of Fleet Air .

the public Is Invited to at- Master of Social Work from Forces, Jacksonville, and general -.
tend. chairman for Good Turn
UDC Chapter Stork ShowerCompliments L This event Is being held In the had University been director of Tennessee of social Day has set the 25,000: ailed
observance of Girl Scout Week the 1971 goal. These
service at Metro General Hospital oags
Offers Student March 7.13, marking the 59th In Nashville before goingto Items will be given to Goodwill -
Anniversary of the Girl Scout Industries' for their pro-
Gainesville last August.
Scholarship Mrs. Sapp Troop movement.was The organized first Girl by Scout Ju- The Starke Woman's Club ;;ram employment of rehabilitation opportunity servicesand
recognizing the need for more
liette Gordon Low In Savan-
the handicapped of 14 north
Weeks Chapter UDC lfll.. 1. education In the drug-culture
W.T. Mrs Wayne Sapp was hon nah, Ga. on March 12, 1912. rlorida counties.
met at the home of Mrs. E.L. situation for all citizens Is
ored at stork shower last
Matthews Wednesday afternoon at the Pine Level Nursing Advisory sponsoring the clinic which will
of last week with Mrs. J.H. Friday Baptist night Church recreation hall. BMS Honor StudentsSeventeen be open to the general public. Assisting the Scouts on Good.
Fields and Miss Madge Middleton Hostesses were Mrs. Jimmy Council To Meet Anyone who wants to\know more Turn Day will be U.S. Navy
as co-hostesses.the business reports Thornton, Mrs. Mark Mooty. Bradford Middle and Teresa DeVore. Back row ford Beth Davis, Debra Manning The Bradford County Public about about this this problem problem should Is Invitedto personnel local businessmen
Following members held a discussion Mrs. Wayne Farr, Mrs. Alvin School students of the 900- Is Leonard Whitehead Kathy ,Jan Searle Bertha.Franklin Health Nursing Advisory Council attend. who provide the trucks to haul
,concerning the local UDC Farr, Mrs. Thad Smith Mrs. plus enrolled were rated as Commerford, Beth Davis, Karen Laura Thomas Debbie Mitchell has set Its annual meeting Mr. Creech,along with others the donations to Goodwill the
scholarship fund. The chapter O.R. Alvarez Jr., Mrs.Jerald doing work above their grade Reddish, Debra Manning, and Beth Cba znan. March 18 at 7:30: p.m. In the from the Corner Drug Store North Florida Amateur Radio
Baldwin and Mrs. Bob Myrlck. Jan Jennifer Jockel BMS students are graded on Society which operates communications -
second nine- Searle ,
a college scholarship levels for the county agriculture: building. will be In Starke to answer
sponsors Mrs. Mooty greeted guests Anita. Green, and Benlta Frank four levels and are rated against network and C".oodwill' -
to period. A short to
In order to provide help week grading program will be presented any question In regards
door and had them Sign staff and employees who
at the Briar Pa- lin. their ability to perform.
deserving young people who Front and a social hour will the drug situation.
the guest book. Games were Eight of the students Level one means a student Is volunteer their services for
Pierce, and Eollne are repeating -
to further their educa- tray, Lynn follow according to Mrs.Pearl
wish There will not b a charge
played by the 39: attending and doing than required for his the annual event.
tion. This Is the Lee ferryman Green. Second (seated) are Susan their performances of more Pickering.The for admission and all are in-
Davis Fund as Mrs. Davis prizes were awarded. Hewitt Laura Thomas, the flrst nine-week grading per- level of ability public is Invited. vited. I
originally bequeathed funds The refreshment table was Debbie Mitchell,Beth Chapman iod. They are Kathy Commer- ..
covered with a handmade cut-
in order to start the ..scholar
linen and :
work cloth over blue "j.
ship. The program Is set up centered with an arrangementof
In the form of a loan to be pink and blue carnationsIn IRESEASONSA
repaid when the young person a china baby cradle that
or persons education Is played Brahm's Lullaby.
completed or at whatever time The hostesses presented the
they are able to do so. It was honoree with a baby clothes
announced that a scholarship hamper and a corsage made of
was recently repaid, thus mak-' baby accessories as a mementoof
Ing It possible for the chapterto the occasion.
again be able to aid an

ambitious young person toward -
t his or her goal In life. Griffis-Faber
It was decided that .the chap-
ter"domtet 00 toward the Crosby Wedding Told
Lake Memorial Fund, Inc. ,
Crosby Lake Cemetery has a
large number of Confederate Miss Lucille Crlffls and .
veterans sites on the groundsand Michael Faber were united In
the chapter has erecteda marriage March 1 InKlngsland,
lovely memorial monument
to these soldiers at the en- Ga.They attended by their
Carrier air
trance to the grounds. The memorial mothers, Mrs. Woodrow D. on new
fund will provide per- CrUfis and Mrs. Henry Faber,
petual care of both the UDC
all of Starke.
memorial and the burial sites '
The couple are residing In conditioning equipment
both of which stand for such an the McKlnney apartments on
Important part of our Southern W. Call Itreet.Kirkland .
heritage. SING SET SUNDAYThe -
The chapter Is still looking/ "

for a four drawer filing cabinet CarterEngagement Gospel Messengers, Jacksonville quartet, will be
with a lock In which to store Matching Cooling
valuable chapter records. If featured at the Morgan Road Chapel this Sunday, March Coil ril
anyone has such a cabinet they ToldMrs.
wish to donate or sell to the 13.The
UDC. please contact Mn. E.L. quartet will perform at the 11 a.m. morning wor- ,

Matthews. Elva Kirkland of Law- ship service and at the 7:30: p.m. evening service, according -

sented Mrs. an.Johnny Interesting Barrett program pre toy announces approaching the marriage engagementand of to Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor. The public is in-

on Mobile, Ala. and 1U impor- her daughter'Nella Louise to vited to attend.
tance to the Southerntause alan 'Charles Carer of Miami, son
Important naval base duringthe of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carterof
Civil War. Lawtey. Miss Kirkland Is Hospital Aux. Sorority Holds!
During the social hear refreshments also the daughter of the late
: were served from A.C. Kirkland. Meets Mar. 15 Model: Meeting I l li'l
buffet table centered with an i
arrangement of red azaleas The wedding will take place 1.
flanked by silver candle holders March 27 at 7 p.m. In the Ever- The Bradford County Hospital Gamma Theta Chapter of l t
with white tapers. green Baptist Church Lawtey Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held /Yl',
Auxiliary will meet Mon-
The next meeting will be held with a reception at the home their Model Meeting, Monday
April fat the bom.of Mr.F.B. of the bride's mother on Route day, March IS, at 7:30 p.m. In evening in the home of Mrs.
Beard with Mrs. W.P. Bartlett I, Lawtey. the Methodist Fellowship Hall. Richard Rowe. .Ki
The /
Barrett executive board will meetat The history and purpose of tuttlt
and Mrs. Johnny as 7
p.m. prior to the regular the sorority were discussed
cohostesses. Miss Kirkland graduated from meeting.' for the benefit of the new rush- Model 38G0002l

Charles Lawson of Tallahassee the BUS Farm in 1969 Bureau and Is Insurance employed Agency at- Pierce During will the speak program to the George club ees. reported Officers their and duties.committeesalso l l .,1 t Arc ih 1 f61t1111)Y) AU Ili

Is spending this week with In Gainesville. on procedures for setting up a Following the meetng, Mrs.

Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Mr. Carter also attended BHS scholarship fund. Fay Farris of Keystone Heights
director of local Weight Watch-
Lawson, while working at State before going into service and Is

the Prison parole on board.an assignment with now Miami.SpWia&in. the produce business in Pine Hill Church the ers gave group an on Interesting weight control.talk to With exclusive round design 24,000 BTU Air Conditioningadded

Set Sat. SingingA After the program, the members to warm air system.
and guests enjoyed refreshments your present
served by their

day gospel March sing 13, Is at set 7:30 Satur-P.m. Country Western Installation, tubing and thermostat

at Pine Hill Congregational]I included. 0
Methodist Church on the Jamboree DanceThe not $39 00
Brownlee Road west of Starke.
Featured performers will be Starke Golf and Country
saleCUSTOMERS a group headed by David Ed- Club will have a Country Wes- Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 210-64 '.:.:
dings. tern Jamboree and dance Sat- =
1st. 25 Everyone Is welcome. urday, March 27 from 9 p.m. :
to 1 a.m. Informal dress. Tic-
CUSTOMERSFREE kets $:5.00 a couple.



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Duplicate Club ; A : .$.t-ke fJ" ,
Winners Named 'N fj/mt 11tHJZf'/! ;; y.

Mrs. Edward Burns and
Trond Sundem were first place
couple at Duplicate bridge ; : Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Dansbyof
Tuesday night when the club ,.,T_{,, .V ,,.IY,,, I- Lansing, Mich announce the J
Played at the Pratt Street Recreation r IN birth of a daughter, Angela
Center Lyn born March 4. Paternal f
Tlelng for second were Mrs. j grandparent aN Mr. and Mrs. >
J.D. Odom Jr. and Mrs.George R.O. Danaby; of Starke. b
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Miller and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin M ti
Jr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamil Mr. and Mrs. Richard .F. f
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ton. Third were Mrs.F.J.Shaw t' Hood Charleston, S.C. an2
and Mrs. JJS. Wilson. The club ; nounce the birth of a daughter. v
meets every Tuesday nlghtwlth ..: { Kimberly Ann, born Feb. 24. *
Play beginning at 7:30 p.m. Paternal grandparents are Mr. 5 ON
v, a a and Mrs. W.W.llood of Kingsf
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Mrs. Tommy Johns of Mac- Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen *
clenny and Mrs. Walter Harvey ', tll'v'v t tpyYtl x of Starke announce the birth Jj I
of Atlanta spent the weekend .I of a daughter born March 9 f I
with their father, Carr Col ley. M >In the Alachua General Hosf J

A'_ In y, 1irN1"1 Q P--y,',, l r tf. t f Pltal.: y
Mr. and
Mrs. C.L. Cooperhad L
as visitors, Mr. and Mrs. ,a Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Clark, >
Cecil Padgett and son of Gainesville "' Starke,. announce the birth of
on Saturday and Mr. and a son, Matthew Dane, born 3
Mrs. Ernest Lord and sons of March 5 In the Alachua General >,

Oldtown on Sunday. Hospital. Sales On The All New 1971 Chevys Have

Mrs. Klrby Crews and granddaughter -
Debra Dukes, Mrs. Kathy and Lex Green 01 of )
Rodney Hall and sons, and Mrs. ;, Gainesville spent the weekend N Been JUST GREAT And We Have Traded -
R.O. Dansby visited Six Gun with their grandparents, Mr.
Territory on Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green )

and Mrs. John Greene aCYO.,.. ,.rC .,., ,riuir .... ,,.,.. In Some Real Nice Cars "So" Now It's

and son visited Mr. and Mrs. BARBARA NORMAN IS NOW >

H.L.the weekend.Chancey In Waclssa over Teaching ScholarshipsThese AT MORGAN'S BEAUTY SHOP. Time To Let Um "Go: Come On Out And

Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw three Bradford High coeds have earned 4-year $600 teaching scholarships ,celebrated Mr. and their Mrs. 53rd Al Hartmann wedding Save Some Money.

were In South Florida on business after making the highest grades on competitive examinations. ,,anniversary Feb. 28 with a
Sunday to Tuesday. From left: Rebecca McMillan will attend FSU, Linda Haas will attend the Univer- tHome Mass. 5

sity of South Florida, and Gloria Crews plans to attend Santa Fe Junior College.
Byron Terwillegar of the College Mrs. Dominic Mussollne,Mr. *
of South Carolina will be and Mrs. Walter Obrlnskl and .
home for the weekend. Mrs. Sue Nowak of Hazel ton,
Peter Fancher HI, a student Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Pa. were guests last week of 3 1966 1967 1967
John Mussollne was In Tallahassee at Santa Fe Junior College, visited Mr. and Mrs. W.D. visited Mrs. A.B. Walker !In IMr. and Mrs. John Mussollne. :J
last Friday where he was nominated for Who's Who Hamilton !In Orlando over the Savannah, Ga. on Sunday. OLDSMOBILE PLYMOUTH PLYMOUTH I
of junior colleges and has been weekend.Mr. .
'sworn In Mr. and Mrs Peter Fancher JHI
was as an attorney 98
the editor's of the WAGON FURY III[
for the State of Florida. accepted by Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. and of Gainesville visited Mr. >
publication. and Mrs. R.A. Colson daughter, Anne, were in Atlanta and Mrs. Fancher Jr. on Sun- *
Mrs. B.C. Rltch was In Rlv- were camping at Illllsborough over the weekend visiting day on Mr. Fancher Jr.'sbirth5 Air Cond., PS. PB PAir Cond., PS, PB. RaSedan.. Air Cond., PS
ershlde Hospital: last week for BARBARA NORMAN IS NOW River State Park last week. Mrs. Haynes' parents, fir day. W, P. Seat, Radio. This dio Heater. This Is a PD, Radio, Heater, Nice
observation and treatment.Mr. AT MORGAN'S BEAUTY SHOP. They were Joined over the week- and Mrs. David C. Scott. Car Is Clean. Drives 9 Passenger one owner Clean Car. All Vinyl l In-
end by their son-In-law and Jerry Beaver underwent sur- Like New car terior.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Mr. and Mrs. EW Hayes gery last week in the University *
and Mrs. W.E. Cooperand Mrs. spent Merle the Mardls weekend of Melbourne with- Williams of Ormond Reach had as Sunday visitors Judge Hospital. J $1495-
Kate Fruln of Mobile Thomas $1595 $1495-
Mrs. J. Collins of St..
Mrs W.E. MIddleton and Miss
Ala. arrive today for a Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs N. Dr. and Mrs. 1II. Adams 3
visit with Mrs. Vergle Flynn. Madge Mlddleton. spent the weekend with their N. Prevatt of Gainesville and visited Mr. and Mrs. J.B. God5
The Coopers will remain for son, Steve at Perry Ga. Steve Mrs. L.A. Weekly, son, Jimmy win in Arcadia over the week-
Col. T.T. Long has returned will finish
several days and Mrs. Fruln his tour years al and daughter, Dawn of Ocala end. )
after two weeks in the Jack- the University of Georgia In
will remain with her sister,
sonville NAS While
Hospital about
Mrs;Flynn, for several weeks. two weeks.BARBARA Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddock Mr. and Mrs. John Watson *
there he had visitors Mr.
and Mrs. Dave as Long of Or- and son, Bruce, were In King m, Mr. and Mrs, Blah Bishop, 5 1967+ 1967 1970
eland, Ga. on Sunday where Steve Simmons Jr., and Jack
BARBARA NORMAN IS NOW they attended -family reunion Eaves attended the golf tour- J DODGE
AT MORGAN'S BEAUTY SHOP.} AT MORGAN'SBEAUTYSHOP. and birthday dinner at the homeof nament In Palatka over the DODGE CHEVROLET
Attending the funeral of W.H.
Newsom >In St. Petersburg last Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sel- Mrs. C.C. Teston. weekend. DART IMPALA DART
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clad Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. hetmer of Highlands, N.C.were
ing of Coatsvllle, Pa. are visIting Pitman Newsom. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Davie Mr. and Mrs. R.L Spendler .4 Door Sedan Big 6 Wagron, V-9, Automatic 4 Door) Sedan, Big 6
Mrs. Malcolm Pownall Mr. and Mrs. of Oakland, Calif.. Mr. and of St. Augustine visited Lt".Col. ) Auto Trans R&
R.E. Newsom Mrs. W.H. Nollman. Cyl., Auto. Transmission Trans., PS, PB, R&H. Cyl.,
Mrs. J, Davis of Parchmann and Mrs. V.J. Spengler Sundayto
this week. R.E. Clark, Mrs. R.A. New- Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuesday. Air Cond. R&II New WSW, Tires, W. II, TT Paint Clean, Like g
and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. and Mrs. C.W. Waltersof
earn Mr.
Mrs. David C. Scott of At- Gregory. WIt Newsom wasa Dublin, Ga. were weekend Lewis of Folks ton, Ga. Clean, One Owner. Covers, Ready To Go... New One Owner
lanta Is spending Thursday to former !In Starke. of Mr. and Mrs. S.L. were weekend guests of Mr. Dr. and Mrs. J.C. McAlhany
dairyman guests .00
Monday with her soninlawand Peek Jr. and Mrs. -W.H. Holland and Mrs. L.N. Pickering. and last family of Gainesville were 3. $$1195.00 $$1595.00 2295 *
Wednesday supper guests
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. .
O.L. Haynes Jr. The Haynes Local admittances to Brad- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- )f
this week dale. >
will also have as weekend guests ford County; Hospital WillieE. Miss Jean Mundy with a par- AT MORGAN'S BEAUTY SHOP )f
include Mrs. Mae Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch :
19 from Wlnthrop-
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Green, Mrs. Joan Harley, ty of girls Rick S.C. Lee Casey, son of! Mr. and :2
Tommy Lee Bryan, Rufus Lee College Hill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. T.L. Casey Jr., Is >In
Ray Ross of Fort Walton Beach. at the Mundy N
to Sunday
Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Nell
Davis, Mrs. Ethel Sue Hardee, Joy- St. Luke's Hospital for three *
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Goethe Paul Crawford, Mrs. Pearlle cottage on Klngsley( Lake. ner visited Mrs. Eoline Smith weeks with his arm In tract- > 1969 1968 1965
Jr. of Jacksonville were Sun O. Green, Frank C. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Naswor- In Sanford on Sunday. ion, after breaking !It while I

day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell, Sheila tliy of Winter Park were Saturday .- Among those attending the playing at home. :J PLYMOUTH BUICK CHEVROLET
Henley, Starke; Kenneth Wayne .
Herbert Thomas. visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Antique Show in Lake City Sun r ,
Crawford B.E. Reddish and ; FURY III SPECIAL IMPALA
day afternoon were Mrs. II.M.
Lester Crews Lawtey; Mrs.
BARBARA NORMAN IS NOW Richards, Mrs. E.L. Matthews,
%T MORGAN'S BEAUTY SHOP. H.II.Dora Waldron Johnson, ,Hampton Lake Butler Mrs.; Mrs. Jerome Johns Is home Mrs. C.B. Terwillegar, Mrs. NEWS ABOUT \ 4 Door Hard Top, PS. Coupe, G Cyl., Engine. 4 Door ..
Martha Erwin and Mrs.; Elsie after eye surgery !In St. Vin R.A. Green, Mr. and Mrs.Curtis PB, Air Con, Vinyl Auto. Trans., Air Condo One Owner ....
Carlton Sr., Ralford. cent's Hospital two weeks ago. Sanders Miss Martha Sue Top Vinyl Int. Solid WSW Tires Radio, and Full Power Equipment *
Paul L. Miller, son of Mr. McCain, Mrs. Ruby Johns and SERVICEMEN I Gold Color Special Price Heater. SAVE
Mrs. Larry L. Miller of Mrs. W.J. Epperson.Mrs. *
Sat Mrs. Dave and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw
was discharged from Ervin Andrews visited Mrs. ford and son of Ocala visited 3 $ .00 $ $$595.00
the U.S. Air Force, on Feb. Eollne Smith at the home of her mother Mrs. W.H. Harton H.M. Richards visited 2195 $1695
25. after 4 years of BITS Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brownin Sunday and all had dinner Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck In Army Specialist Five Ernest :3
duty.; Paul graduated from Sanford last Wednesday. at the Lobster House on Mrs. Palatka over the weekend and Mote HI, 22, son of Mr. and >
In 1966. Hart's birthday. attended the Azalea Festival. Ms. Ernest W. Mote Jr., Au- *

,gusta, Ga., recently was assigned :)
i .-- to the 3rd Armored Division >
near Hanau, Germany, J
r ., as a maintenance specialist. > 1965 1965 1967
0. Spec. 5 Mote Is assigned! to '

ALONE Headquarters Division's 23rd Company Engineer of Bat-the }, FORD FORD WAGON TOYOTA

t SPRING Al'R t tt tallon.lie entered the Army !In Febt* 'FARILANE 500 FAIRLANE 500 Pick-up TRUCK

1969, basic '
ruary training at Ft completed Jackson, S.C., 4 Door PS. PB. Air Condi 4 Speed Transmission,
and was last stationed !In Vietnam : V-8 Engine lion, Automatic( Transmission Radio: and Heater
Standard Transmission / Radio and Good Tires
t t tt The Specialist's wife, 'Rose, CLEAN }Heater. BARGAIN CLEAN
lives on Route 2, Starke. A

.. $$595 $$695 $995

U.S. Air Force SerxeantDan- .
t t tt lel W. Daugherty, son of Mr. :
++, ... r and Mrs. Clinton E. Daughertyof
5 Starke. lIon duty at Tan

Son Nhut AB, Vietnam. > These Are A Few Of The
4% Sergeant Daugherty, a tele- Buys
t r 1. ( 0 V type maintenance technician: Is j
t tt
assigned to a unit of the Pacific .
Our AflMI v.lu*Mr-IAN/ j Air Forces. Before his 1
?nlufy Outfily/ M.nulwl,. j arrival In Vietnam, he served at >
Egltn AFB Fla. At Baldwin Chevrolet Olds
; r The sergeant Is a 1968 graduate 2
t t of Bradford High School. .
Sleep it up on the sumptuous new Spring t 1 choice His wife, Charlotte Is the '
\ Air Back Supporter Mattress. Layers of your daughter of Mrs. Hazel Duncan 3
foam over exclusive Karr innersprings Columbia, Miss. If We Haven't Got What You' meantjVe'l
cradle you to sleep. Covered with luxurious twin or full size

.f gold Damask, Puff-Quilted to foam. ftO SO innerspring or foam rubber PERHAPS WE are not sufficiently
..and"Health Center'construcuonpro t }
vides extra support where you need it mattress or box spring grateful to nature for Get It
most. Mattress or providing iis with the acid 2
l regular' or extra 'length stomach, headache and nero
s Spring
vane tension, without which *
Available in and ... regular or extra firm
queen king ii: one of our largest industries J
t couldn't survive. _

,.,u!" : THd BRADFORD ,

t 1.iL't2ttQ t tt COUNTY Publlihed every TELEGRAPH'lbunday ,,

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year; t.7S six mooU. ..
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... It any man thirst, let bin
and drink.St .'--*
I (Con't from Page 1)) come unto me
( John 7, 37.)
Heads ., Stockman' Supply of Catnes-

,. vllL With the Community State
..> Bank, the Chamber, and the
Farm Bureau add-ons Gary's

PrisonLawrence ; steer brought a total of 59

cents per pound.
d I.:.'
lit fomllnson. Hellbrom
Dugger, a man fa- t Ricky
mlllar to prison inmates andemploiee. t tlit Springs 4-11 member, showeda

alike I I. now riding blue ribbon Hereford steer
which sold to Neilson Equipment
herd over the situation at the
Florida State Prison at Raiford a : 1 '. Co. for a total of 60
dutiesas t cents per pound.
along with Ms previous M r ,
,. r .Aak
head of the prison system's b a r Wayne Norman FFA mem- ;.'
Lake Butler Reception Center. 1, ; t tin i ber who lives on Brownlee Road, :

"No drastic changes," are showed a blue ribbon Hereford Charley; eta, :.
which sold to Stockman's: Sup
planned by soft-spoken Dug- ,: : "UU'r& ply of Gainesville for a total
ger, a veteran of 33 years In
of 55 cents per pound.
the prison system, nearly 29 ,' nrkfi t: LAbout

years of that time at Ralford. 4 1'Mork.t Mike Emory, Brooker 4-H I :::
He has the title of acting superintendent '.- member, showed a Charolals-

until further\ notice ., t" cross steer which sold to Wian- This Questions -:'

Dugger says, but expects Dixie for 70 cents per pound

the problem to of be his dual remedied responsibilities In- :. :. :. ;!j. .;: with add-ons. Brooker 4-H "It Just dawned fire on Insurancewouldn't me- mylandiord'i

Dwight belongings
the not too distant future. : cover my personal -
member and brother to Mike, In the apartment I

Former Supt. Donald Hass .. .. .. .... i showed aCharolals-cross rent. My clothing, Jewelry,
furder Is now on 30-days medi- which sold for 65 cents per camera sports equipment,

cal leave from the prison system (Photo by Cary Whitehead) pound. phono-TV set, etc. must be

having been granted sick fir. was the biggett blaio in Starke sine the old Blending center burn.dlu.t The 1971 sale was the second worth $1500 at least. What kind

leave due to multiple medical after WW 11. The early Friday morning fire was seen for mils around. best In the history of the Gainesville of Insurance should I have to
problems according to the office cover both theft and damage?
4-H Advisor
steer show, says -
of;Louie L. Wainwright,
director of the Florida Division Bobby Taylor. "We appreciate Charley E.
: the support of those
of Corrections. Pageant. who contributed to the priceof .

"I don't find the tension as To Get the Bradford steers," he JOHNS AGENCY .

great as I though It would be," County added.It .
Dugger said Wednesday. The (Con't from Page 1)) 131 So. Walnut St.

change' at Raiford comes Just was the be stave rage prices Phone 9040070BUSH'S
after recent disturbances at Club Sweetheart. Sponsor: Clv- Bradford steers have ever ,

the main prison.Walnwright Itan Club of Starke. brought Taylor said. '
Junk Problem
has alluded at Pearle Wolfred IS, daughter .
of Mr. and Mrs. G.F. Wolfredof
times that the disturbances
Starke Is a junior at Brad- GutfSfa.
played 's part In Hassfurder'srelease
ford IIlgh. She is member of
Monday. After a lengthy discussion Pierce suggested compiling a And ;
the BUS Drill Team and a Candy TackleSPfCU&s
Although he has no plans for Bradford on cleaning up Junk yards along list of all offender and send
Striper. Sponsor
drastic changes In the imme- : L'S-301 last Thursday, the ing them notice of the 1965 law. Store

diate future the 54-year-old County Patricia Hospital Diane Auxiliary.Yarborough Chamber of Commerce Board But the governors decided last U. S, 301 Temple Ave.
Dugger does have plenty of of Governors voted to pass the Thursday that would be Ineffec
17 daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ideas for change. buck to the County Commission tive.
Dennis A. Yarborough is a
The new superintendent has senior at Baker High. She is A number of complaints have It's not just Junk yards that "

already pinpointed the prison'seducation business editor of her school's come to the Chamber about old are the offenders, one gover- 1

department as one yearbook and currently holds automobiles along 301 In Bradford nor pointed out, "It's every )
area In need of Improvement."We Tom Dick and Harry and
up b'r
the titles of Miss Baker County County The complatntants "
Good Thru
down the
t teed to Improve our vocational High and Senior Class Beauty. seemed to think President Bud
: training" Dugger ; Sponsor: Raynor Pharmacy Mlzell said that since the Pierce also pointed out that : Next Wednesday "

says. of Micclenny. chamber has taken getting 301 for a warrant to be signed : .::1..
against/ a Junk yard operatorsome
Previous entries are: from Baldwin to 1-95 four-
"We a have, on-the-Job trainIng citizen would have
Donna Marie Bryan Starke, laned as Its major project It : to ELGIN
but it needs to be organ- make Discussion /
a complaint.
sponsored by the Starke Elks should take the lead ridding the 71/21IKE$15000
ized and have a number of
disclosed Is to
no one
", Lodge X1802.Yvonne county of Junk yards that mar
hours of classroom Instruc Fund
Starke do that. It was brought out that Library Building NEW
tion." Inmates need to possessa Reed sponsored the road side. one resident appealed to the
saleable skill when they leave by the Starke Shrine Club. Mizell said he has asked Attorney
zoning board to have Junk removed -
prison: he maintains Kendall Turner Keystone George Pierce, a Chamber from his own rental Receives $482 Donation 14 Ft. Fiberglass
Heights, sponsored by Uolote
Training Is also needed for Drugs. governor, to Investigate property.

correctional officers Dugger Coree Weimer, Keystone means of legally controllingJunk Some chamber governorswere A new Bradford County Library be accepting donations. BOAT AND

says."I'm". Heights, sponsored by Stump's yards. reluctant to "put a man Is $482.81 closer: to reality WPXE liadlo Is again donat- $125

Department Store of Starke. There Is a means of con- out of business by closing downa after the profit from i ing record LP's which will be

'hoping In time we'll be Sharon Howell Starke, sponsored trolling them. Pierce said, under Junk yard.Pierce's chicken supper sponsored last available for a one dollar donation TRAILER
able to send everyone to the by Norman's Strawberry Chapter 861.14 of the Florida t- motion to have Executive fall by the Woman's Club was to the Library Building

academy" before he's placed on Farm. Statutes. The procedure Is Vice-President Joyn presented Wednesday morningto Fund. Local merchants are now

the Job. to give notice then It Is Incumbent Myers submit the problem to Sen. Charley Johns. donating items which will be
At corrections officers ELECTRIC
present -
: the County Commission
seldom than upon some public official was Presenting the check Is Mrs. given away at the Giant Jack
get more a
approved by the Chamber
few days of orientation before to apply to the Circuit gov- Lee Saunders president of the Pot drawing to be held Satur- $
receiving assignments. The a- Court for an Injunction to stop ernors on a voice vote. Starke Woman's Club. dayprll+ 3, at the I'air. TROLLING
operation of the offending establishment 3750
Property for the new libraryhas
cademy Is a five-week school Tickets are being distributedand
he added.
already been obtained. The 1
run by the division. the public urged to
Major problem of the prison There Is also a criminal approach Fire. Library Board Is now seeking port the Committee In Its sup efforts MOTORS ,
to the problem of Junkyards state matching funds for con-
now la the overcrowding."We'll .
to raise the funds to
or to private residents (Con't from Page 1)) struction of a new building.
build for Brad-
have problems hereas with Junk strewn premises Plans to re-open the Brad- a new library
front ford County. Through the co- Live WIGGLERS WORMS
Thieves entered the door
long as we're crowded," whereby the offender could be ford County Library Flea Mar-
of the building facing Washington opeation of so many in Brad- CRICKETS
Dugger 11I1.CC convicted of a misdemeanor ket forced to close last sum
The statute makes It unlawfulto Street. Nothing but firearms mer due to lack of space are ford County last year the Com- WORMS SHINNtRS
: was disturbed as the bur- mittee was able to raise the
tr" allow anything which could now being made. All Items that
glars passed by much more money for the purchase of the
be termed
"Junk" to remain were donated to the building:
: Takes within 1,000 feet of a highway valuable merchandise, Cham- committee have been In storage property site which has been
; Everbody Trades
; bers said.Market. approved by the State for the
without being obscured by a and at a meeting 'held Monday
Manager Bob Allen future home of the, library, Mrs.
l r fence or shrubbery. That Is a the committee made tentative DO YOU?
and State Marketing Division Sanders
On': Taxi 1965 law. Pierce said plans to locate a permanent says.
Head W.O. Whittle conferred
.NGloria site. As soon as a location is
ProblemA Friday about plans to operatethe decided upon it will be re- -

Pr.vattYvonne Buses. market during the coming opned and any articles will be T
strawberry season. Allen has gladly accepted.The s
(Con't from set up shop for the time beingIn Committee decided last
Chamber of Commerce Page 1)) the Farmer' Mutual build-
committee has been appointed year that instead of having so
ing and has the
same phone
. Hubert Priest are the drivers different drives to raise
to take the lead In reviving number as the old market. rmny
Starke's defunct taxi service. of these buses.A -' money for the matching funds\
third new bus was assigned Book value of the market Is that they would concentrate on

A real need for taxi service J to Belle Clnann on the basis $57,000 Allen said State Marketing one drive per year In conjunction -

has come to the attention of of need. Supt. Casey then placed Division headquarters with the Bradford County

the Chamber President Bud names of other drivers In a has Informed him, but replace- Strawberry Festival and Fair

Mizell,,told the Board of Governors box to determine which driver ment value Is much higher. No The Library Building Comnlttee : -

at their regular lunch- 1 would get the fourth new one has been willing to set a will again this year share

eon meeting in the Carder 'M i '+ bus. Hall drew Patsy Griffls' value on the market, but estimates their booth with the Friendsof

Restaurant last Thursday.The name so she Is'driving the by various persons have the Library and again will

!/ Chamber's executive new bus. reached as high as 100000.

committee Mizell said recom- The four new buses replacedtwo Allen said various possibilities -

mended that the Chamber assist 1954 Fords, one 1951 Ford, are being checked out Schools Get

In helping to get some private and one 1956 Ford, Casey said. as to where he will operate

.person to operate a taxi. But He has reports on mileage, but from during berry season. The $184,464 In iLt\

''It was stated the chamber does said speedometers on the old Brooker market is a possibility -

not Intend to participate In the vehicles have gone around more but that is a little distant -
wervtce. 4 than once. Old No. 30, drivenby for most strawberry far Slate Funds

Patsy Griffls, showed 56- mers. Also talked about Is moving -
A "taxi squad" of attorney M. R..d
410 on Its speedometer gauge
a cooler onto the old strawberry -
George Pierce Mac Baldwin. -_._.. -_._.. but that was probably Its sec wharf at Lawtey a former Bradford County school received -
and George Roberts was appointed ond time around. center of $184,464 in state monies -
by President Mlzell"to berry growing to support public schools
But the county's 33 buses in the The
county. possibility
show Interest and lead the in February ComptrollerFred.
still have some I958's and six of
moving a cooler onto the
to a facility.: O. (Bud) Dickinson Jr. .
1960 buses on the road. Bus
present market site Is also
reported last week.It I I I
George Simpson former o- es over 10 years old and with being Investigated.A 1 ?
perator of a city taxi service over 100,000 miles on them meeting Is set Friday Allen amounted to 1 $12,000 Increase -

here nil explain the problemsto should be replaced the superintendent said to attempt to reach a de- over the $162,503 Brad-
ford school received In Feb-
14}committee, Mizell said noted. cision.
ruary 1970 In Minimum Foundation -
He will recommend to the
,.. Program and state sales
school board that funds for
iUL three new buses each year be CUBB RecruitingFor tax funds,
Ij i Maxville budgeted on a regular basis Biker County Schools received -

"We need to set up a systematic Head Start $99,286 In February 1971,
Truck Stop and replacement of transportation up from :792,073!: In February. \

Ii; RestaurantJ facilities." Supt Casey CUBS Economic Agency in Cla y County schools! received .

told the board, "to keep Starke Is currently recruiting $312,494 this February, dawn: ,I '! \

S ManagementOpen budgets for this Item In line, 120 children In the four coun- sharply from the $384,919 thai' II ,
and to ties of Clay, Union, Baker, county received in February
keep up-to-date equip
ment on the: routes." and Bradford for an 8-month 1970. Union received Sfi.77l Savings -
nail)" ''p 0 In Bradford County 2,211 students Head Start program. last month, compared to $50- Plan! You save just a modest amount monthly, somethingyour

Amble Parklnr Marglo Provatt are bus riders living Parents requesting applica- 400 m February 1970. budget can handle. By the time you retire you'ie. a siz-
Visit Cur) Gift Shop than two miles from their support: to Florida's
more tion form may contact the able lump sum-thanks to the of our compounded
67 County Boards of Public power earn-
Call.289-5111 For Take Out schools. !Head Start Central Office at
fc Jet. 301 & 228 Use of buses by community the following address: CURB Instruction totaled $48.5 mil ings. You've enough to give you important, extra income in
lion in
Florida organizations was discussedand Economic Agency, 136 N. Temple February 1911 down your retirement years! ,
iMaxville, $1. 3 million from the amount
tf Casey said that "IT we Ave., Box 970 Starke phone And 7'
use deicredon.1nIurancewould supplied schools last February.The your money here never needs watching. Your principalcan ;

remain In force." 964-8342. decrease was attributedto be fully insured for safety your savings are available

- reductions In public school if
It costs 40 cents per mileto needed.

operate a school l bus and average dally attendance records Check our savings officers for the statistics. .,..
rAMERICAN any group using one should Civitans Set on which dlshursement us help you :;
t I pay a fee, the school board is based' plan for a richer retirement. :
Shown In the month's allocation ,
11 -
ELECTRIC : agreed.Telling of the pride some Tin Can Drive was $45,808,862 In MFP NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SAVING .

: drivers take In their buses, funds and an additonal sum of
$2.7 million In sales tax funds
*> Hall related that one woman
OF BRADFORD I A tin can clean-up drive Is
driver was on the verge of 1 OMHOtftSiMON:
17 the Starke Clv-
R tears when she learned her set April by ,.TWJ U, -*.. ..ul,. i. ,,01
24 HOUR SERVICE : itan Club, the second such driveto ::
bus was to be used In the Ind.t ,.
be held the Jfc
by Clvltans.

: f; ResloVntal. Commercial: Industrial I mer.recreation program last sum the All Bradford persons High bringing School cans parkIng to- 701 9S"Je666 $AcVINGSnwoASSOCIATION;; :

Motor:' ..Control: Specialists I "Before she let the bus go" lot between 9 ajn. and 7'lJ7 o&& .
1 Hall said, "she had to get a .
April 17 will be
noon on paid
: FREE ESTIMATES I I1r screwdriver and tighten one one-halt cents per can by the ..s4Na....mwm uM w
.4 n..A ew1
small screw she knew was looseIn :
; r.AI I 4-8427 '. Clvltan Club, Ray Norman project -
'" the body. w =
._rrrrrri'iiii--- -- -- -- .. director announces _.

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----- BROOKER in BRIEF -iii-- GRAHAM j -- NOTICEFeb.. 24. im

Merrill Construction Co., Inc.
BY LINDA G. COX BY SHARLENE ELLINGTON has made application to the
Bradford County; Zoning Board
r Everyone was happy to learn F.B. Davis last Saturday of Gainesville visited them for classification. of the pro-
I of Steve Welsslnger's return evening. Sunday. perty described below from.
home from the Bradford County Visiting the Welsslnger family Rev. John Ross, pastor of "EA".to RIA:
Hospital last Saturday wherehe over the weekend was Bill Graham Baptist Church, was Parcel No: 1943. Sect 3 TWP
was a patient from Wednes- Weissinger from New York. visiting the church area :Satur 6 South Range East.N .
day night until Saturday morn- Carl Weissinger of Gaines day 200' of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4
I ville visited his parents, Mr. 'Again everyone Is invited and and N 200' of SW 1/4 of
ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Johns and Mrs. Albert Weissinger, encouraged to attend church NE 1/4, all West of Hwy
I visited their son and daughter- over the weekend. this Sunday and Is welcome to 301 and Ex R/W.
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brough- come out to Graham's ser- This change In classification
II Jones, In Hampton Saturday. ton visited Morris Dyal In vices.The pastor Is John Ross. has been given 'tentative approval
r fd Although Barry Dyal Jr. la Gainesville Medical Center Sunday School starts at 10 a.m. subject to public advertis.
, i ?tti; I doing better we regret to say Sunday evening. with the worship hour beginning loa as specified In the Zoning
I that he Is still a patient In Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wigginsand at II. On Sunday and Wednesday Code of Bradford County.
II I II Y .. ? 'ti t 44aan I II Bradford County Hospital. their family visited Mr.and nights services startat John Torode,.Chairman
I t Mayor Douglas presents former Mayor Malcolm Harrell Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Davis Mrs. Lawtence Wiggins Sunday 7 so feel free to come. 2/25 Bradford Co. Zoning Board
i I 2t 3/11
and their Harold visited If can't out to Gra-
son evening. you come
in of 16 service to town.
a plague recognition
, I years Halph Davis In Palatka Satur- Arch Ellington and Mr. and ham's services be In church
h day.Mr. Mrs. Adro Brown and fa mill' this Sunday and every Sunday.All SERVICEMENMarine
i : I Charlene won Grand Champion yard dash- which he ran in 10.1. and Mrs. Leon Elling- of Starke, and Mr. and !Mrs
? and first place In show- Larle Temple won an excel- ton and their son Joel visited liar 11s Ellington and son Ricky children are Invited to
I -- -- -- _.'v..,.a.,. ____I manship, with her steer in the lent rating in solo saxaphone Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kelley of Lake Butler visited Mr. and attend Good News this Tuesday Sgt. Carlton E. Meng
' annual Gainesville Livestock playing In a District Band Festival in Lawtey Saturday even- !Mrs. Leon Ellington and their Mrs. Nell Mann of Brooker son of Mr. and Mrs. Paull E::.
1 Newlyelected members of the Brooker government are Show. Her brother, Gary won held In Gainesville.Dr. ing.Mrs. family Sunday evening.Mr. always has a good Bible Meng of Hampton, has earned
[ ((1-r) E.W. Hodges, Carl Edwards, J.R. Mott, Mayor Douglas second place In the class of and Mrs. Wilbur Gass Russell Starling and and !Mrs. Wiley Lang- story to tell von and verses his Combat Alrcrewman Wing
A.B. Adams, Clerk Tommy Green, and Brooker's young steers. They are both from Chevy-Chese Maryland daughters of Gainesville were ford of Gainesville visited her to learn along with learning while serving with Marine
In 4-11. visited Mrs. Gass's niece and Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl songs to sing. Hememberthat's Heavy Helicopter Squadron,
first council woman, Miss Shirley N. Green. Johnny, Douglas a Bradford family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tones Saturday evening. Jones. Sunday. Tuesday at 2:30 at Graham First Marine Air Wing, Viet-
County Star Track Athlete added Bristol and Cathy Valerie, Miss Kay Davis, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones' Baptist Church. You're sure nam.
The Brooker Town Counlene Melvin,Gary Melvin,John- two medals to his others.-- Scott, John and Isabel over the> and Mrs. Jim Kendricks visited granddaughter and her husband, to have a good time.
cll met Tuesday night March nv Douglas. apd Larle Temple. the 88-yard sprint and the 100 week-end. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Newburn,

2. for the newly elected town _______________ .
officiate to take oath of of-

fice.Town Clerk Tommy E. Cox
administered the oath to the
newly elected Mayor F. Lowell ?
Douglas. He then administered WHY PAVMORE

elected the oath officials.to all the After other newly each [

official had signed a written
oath, Mayor Douglas called former -
Mayor M.O. Harrell forward -
on behlaf of the Town
of Brooker he presented him
with a beautiful cherry plaqueIn .
appreciation of his 16 years LADE'
of service as Mayor of Brook- L5

er.Mayor _
Harrell accepted the _
plaque. lie then told the coun- ,..",' '
cil how he had enjoyed working "
with them and for the Town.
Mayor Harrell said the council ,
races a challenge before whichhe
feels they are qualified to
fulfill that he was proud of
all of them. He ended his speech r r
saying that he would be glad to 5 ,
; 4P
help them_fa any way possible; { :y..."
that he Is Just as Interested In tl t3a ;ffi. .:'; .
Brooker as always.Remember ..
Saturday night, t ., ,!- 'J
March 13, 1971 Is a "Family I SLADE
Affair." The Brooker p.T.A.ls t.4.1; T
sponsoring a Spagettl Dinner '
beginning at 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.
to be served in the school
A faculty-student sortball-

game will begin a t 6 p.m. and .__ ,......"'..'w"" ..___.__. _.. --- --
last until??? A hot dog stand
will be provided for those desiring -
hot dogs and cokes. Family sized Washer with
Then at 8 10 p>p.m.m. until a country approximately Huge capacity- TRUE TV

music show will be presentedat
the Brooker Elementary Permanent Press Cycle!

School. Entertainment for this no defrosting ever Im, I.'od ". A. ".'
show will be provided by: The
New River Boys,Suwannee Val- '
ley Gang and comedian, S.J. 11 I / I

Hall, a one-arm guitarist: and <
the Dixie Ramblers. FILTER-FLO _
Advance tickets are on sale
at Green's Grocery, and by the y 17.6 cu. ft.No A :c WASHER I I ,e !

students. Advance tickets for FrostRefricjcra ....
adults are $2 and $1 for child- ...., ..:::
'- I
ren in the sixth grade and un- i' f ''V tor-Freezer \, '. Filter-Flo wash ')r' r '
I "
.. w
der.Tickets will Giant freezer holds '\.. = System
sold at the door up 3 weter-level
be $2.50 for adults and $1.50 to 165 lbs siilucllons I
for children. Proceeds for the yip 3 wash. 2 rinse "'" AI'kdw i ip '
evening will go toward air-con- ( i i *Jet Freeze icecompartment temperaturesPorcelain *- i iI
ditioning the school's cafeteria. I freezes ice enamel R
basket and
I extra fast :tub

PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. William Hill of li j l Rolls out on wheels Cycle Permanent with'Cooldown'Press m
South Carolinawere
Charleston '
uJ'I .
and .InA'dN' ..' -
their daughter
family Mr and Mrs. Ernest:: S Sllvc-i Touch -' tiln| '? tl
2 9
Douglas and children, Sandy 9 LOW tuning System
Susan and Scott over the week- Wood Grain Pirn
aft rent l.nbIR1< i
end.Miss Brenda Willlngham t II i 1 1111 tl hRllt III Automatic Icemaker availahle LOW -$188 $99 e LUIIII"II"" rope llanrlli,

celebrated her seventh birthday I (optional at extra cost). PRICE -
Friday afternoon March Model TBF-18SL Add now or later.
5, with a party at her home WVVA3400U
Approximately 23: guests en-
Joyed games and wished Bren-
da a "Happy Birthday." Punch
and Birthday Cake were servedby
Brenda's mother, Mrs. Guy
Willlngham assisted by her

Grandmother, Mrs. Vldell :....:.. I- 1 1
Congratulations to four I Model CA1600IS 30" Automatic i
Brooker young people for their RangeCOMPLETELY
outstanding achievements dur- j .8 Cu. Ft. Net Volume

ing the week. They are: Char-. .
t Big capacity-stores up to
552 Ibs of frozen foods'!
,.. The Clrcnlt Conrt Of Tho .- .
FlBlKli' ,Inillclnl, Clrrnlt Of Upright convenience. Select = JI I AUTOMATIC
Florliln' In And l For Pr.dfor*
Cnnntr. Cn.. No, IHIOnorothy 14 U packages with ease. 1 ALL PORCELAIN
n. .l1c.on ITjwIhnrnn. Fast Freezing-6refrigerated
Plaintiff.. -va- WalterIlniithnrn M NO MATCHES
surfaces. 5 solid shelves
.*. n.ffi. of sun- plate at top provide more LIFE TIME BURNER
TO: Wivtfor" Hawthorn. >-- : J uniform temperature. Food
dr.... Unknown -- CHOICE CF WHITE OR
.. Notifiedthnt than 6" _
never more
You Arc H reb" away
notion for divorce h.. i COP PE R TON E
nn and r from a refrigerated plate -1 l
.bon. flli-d rrqulrort, I nirnlnKl to you...erv. COPT your '4 Solid Shelves-total contact I'I't '
of your written dorero.a.. ..IfAtf .. with packages; quicker I
I A+
rneytton< Plaintiff'wh .. 'r"'ern. freezing. I

..1<1.O....nnx!I. 145 1089.WMI Blurke roll FlorMiend Street.P .. .\.. '1 I Book-Shelf Door Easy as I I
flU the orl. tln.l with' the taking books off a shelf!
Cleric: of the .I>.."..,v\\." Court Stores odd-shaped packages,
before Mnrch 17. 1971.etherwlee
on.. r a !JurtnomKnt, may b. ideal for keeping track of
entered nimln.t rII'h for the leftovers, small items I 119
relief. demanded Coin9 "
\.lnt. Juice' can storage at bottom -
Wltn.ee my. handand th.e..I of door. r "l
of 0.Cou.t..n\ the 1' /
dar of February 1971. Handy
fAF.AL) L ___ -
9 BrownAe _
cinrk of. Bnld' Court /
By VlrRlnli' *". DarbyD.puty ONLY

Clerk f>J tit f.i1Ihlth $199 .1.

hhl t $ '

.1.w .1.I I


Announces he Is now In

his new offices.


207 Phone S. Walnut 9646311StarkeJ>' Street. Slade Gas And Appliances 964.7701

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Bright .
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Bradford' future In basketball .- In season averages, Tim ,.'ie':' '' i.

seems bright, according Murphey led the Tornadoes In .
"' '
to Coach Mike Sexton, whose three key divisions Tim was 'i :
Badcock Downs .. ...
1970-71 Tornado
cages Just Bradford's leading scorer with .u.
finished a 1.19 season 236 points, followed by sophomore Draw.Tlte 74-70 ''
,.., ,,,"". I IT
Malachi Henry's 170. .
"Next year Bradford shouldsee '
a real good while Murphey also' led In points Wednesday 24
season with Feb. saw Bad- I
the year after next should be per game an 11.8 averageper cock and Draw-Tito meet to
excellent," Sexton said. game Fred Robinson also decide who was to take over t' .
"Bradford's JV went 15-3! and had an 11.8 average, while James first place In the Men's
Bradford High "on"
McNeal f
we have several good boys com averaged 9.6. League. Getting hitting instruction from former
ing from there Bradford averaged 49 per cent star Wayne M.Lood ore Bantam ba .baller* ((1-r) Jerry Blalockand .
returnees."Sophomore up plus all the average from the charity line Badcock had the best of It as Stewart Raybum.
as Tim Murphey led In this they downed Draw-Tlte 74-70
division also with 62 In a hard fought
Jimmy Ricks a per cent game.
,. .
."t ,
Danny McKInney, and Malachihenry average. Danny Boutwell led the Fur- .
'it ka g all did a real good Job. Bradford averaged 36 rebounds niture boys with 25 points while
If they Improve as they have per gamo with Mc- Marcus Rhoden chipped In 17. Bantam Baseballers
done this past season the Neal averaging 8.4. Charles Christy Chandler had 22 pointsto
sky's their limit. Wright grabbed a season total of lead Draw-Tlte and was '
Reno Cage Tourney Begins "Charles Wright and Dennis 104 rebounds to load the Tor- helped out by Richard Chandler
with 20. LearningToffitBall
Kelley also had fine seasons
and will be returning The second same saw J Kitchen
Tile take the measure
"This year we had a lot ot of Town Finance, 6662. Danny\
The fifth Annual Reno Invitational Basketball Tournament begins youth and an Inexperienced Whitehead was high point for The boys are divided Into two has the younger boys and Davie -
in the RJE Gym with two Bradford County Tams competing. ball club, that's why we found Stolen HorseRecovered Kitchen Tile, with 26 points. groups, the first year boys and has the older ones.
The three Jay tournament will feature seven team: Dvland, ourselves In this position. This Billy Folstor led Finance with the "veterans." Wayne McLeod

Palatka teams, Hasting, the Bradford Hawks, and the Falcon, shown was Just one of those years 18.
The Falcon, 19.4 for the ((1.r) when everybody else was up RUBY DOBBS
season, or. Jerry Cummings and with a good team Boys who have not registeredyet
T.lhom, kneeling Standing are Jam.* Robinson, Alvin Green, were down. we BANTAM BASEBALL- may still do so, any after-

Clarence William, Lavern Ford, James Williams, Mackey Ford, "While In the past one or Man ArrestedA noon, Monday Friday, 3:30 Ceramk Sole
tin, and Dennis Cohen two teams would be real strong 5:30: p.m. at the Pratt Street

in the conference, this year held Center. Practice sessions are Rd. 16 At Rd. 121
BANTAM Tuesday and
there were four; Fernandlna man who calls himself a ILL Thursday afternoons -
Orange Park, Green rodeo has been The Bantam Baseball Boys at Pratt Street Play-
Cove and performer arrested Raiford Florida
Live Oak. and Jailed here for horse got underway Monday, March I, ground, 3:30: 5:30: p.m. ,

"Two members of the Florida stealing, according to the Brad- with 28 boys showing up for Phone 431.1881
Star Conference ford Sheriff's Office the let day. The Bantam Baseball Pro-
are in the Regional
Boys 10,11, and 12 Pouring
may for 10-12 Is
PlayoffsGreen Cove gram boys, ages '
and Orange Park. Boyce Craig Taylor, also register at the Pratt Street In its second week of prac- $1.15 Per Gal.
known as Bobby Randall, 27, Center. 3:30: 5:30 p.m. Practice
"The boys never tice and the boys are startingto
they worked hard In gave practice up was arrested last week In the sessions are scheduled get some of the winter kinks Come Pour. Your Own

and In the games, where as Orange Park section of Clay each Tuesday and Thursday. out. Green Ware Bisque
other people may have given County with the cooperation of
up. The kids Just kept scrap- the Clay Sheriff's Office, according Finished Items
to Chief Deputy Dolph
Li Ing.
f'.4 ,N 1 ) Reddish Craig-Randall Is in
Bradford County Vail under ::::::::::::'::'::>':.':Co:*="':::::<;::::::::--O:
Cigarette Sales 3000. His case will come up Feb. Rainfall

Show IncreaseIn March 23 at Plea Day.

Starke AreaIn covered.valued The registered at Trained$600, quarterhorse has to been work re-as Below AverageRainfall : ;;;- fSi ,@ l l'tf '

a roping horse, the animal had
spite of antl-.moklngcam- been taken from the barn of averaged 4.03 InchesIn ___. 1 ADULT f
by the American Cancer Fred McDavld farm at Brooker Bradford County during February -
: and other health au- the night of February 21. according to Departmentof I"I
cigarette sales In The rodeo performer apparently Forestry headquarters onSR- EDUCATION
and surrounding area planned to use the 100 west of Starke.
to climb. horse In his work, Deputy; Red- That U 1.8 Inches less then the

r- State reports on cigarette tax dish said. 50-year average for Februaryof I
distributed In Febru- 5.83 Inches. ic
(for December sales) show The Santa Fe section was the
Starke collected 9531.23 wettest part of the county In
the month, as compared February with 4.6 Inches recorded $ ;
with 9010.02 for the same there. Lawtey had 4.0 :
a year ago. For the Woman inches recorded at the Louis I ; .

,....r. year to date, Starke has Hill tower there, and the New J ..4..4.ri ; ". .
$73,264.65 from this River tower recorded 3.5 Registration For 3rd Trimester

I John Douglas take the 100 In 10.1 Friday In a four.way m.et, th Shot AtRaiford Inches. .
the There were 24 forest fires in
reaso'w Brooker was only area ri
9.9 Monday to win again at Palatka. showing a decline in cigar- the county in February which i Will Begin March 11 thru March 18 ..

tax receipts, and here the burned 232 acres. To date this
loss was only $1.74from year there have been 39 fires '' '
to $247.39: for the month - -- which burned a total of 358 1:00: P.M. to 10:00:; P.M. I 1: I

... '. .._ .,'- December. So tajr this fiscal acres. I: w .:
Brooker has colleced A coroner's Jury has been For Futher Information Call 964.6150
Outstanding empaneled to Investigate the

I Palatka Results were : Hampton showed an Increase Sunday pistol death of a 35- -;.i.:. ............ ....... un ..""ooooo.......,>.oco,.,.,<<.>.<..,..,....;. ..",>iI'.;
Whips 120 1111- 400.01 to $473.44 In Ce- year-old mother of four, :
third with 149. :er collections and $3- .
( 100Douglas for the fiscal year up Mrs. Patricia Ann Thomas, sir
BHS RunnersPalatka ties school :lite. wife of a correctional officer
Mile- Lawtey Increased from at the Florida State Prisonat
4:46. to$838.4lwlthS,825.- R rlord, died of a gunshot
t, for the fiscal year so far. wound from a .38 caliber revolver EQUIPMENT
330- :' Keystone Heights Increased according to Bradford ;
South's track team P.K. Yonxe was second In the new school $1,628.78to$1,765.95wlth Deputy Sheriff John Dempsey. k SUPPLIES .
"whipped BUS but good."Coach meet with 82 points, while 180 Lis-. for the fiscal year. Iler husband, Jack, and their & .
George Loper said of Monday's Gainesville had 71 and Callahan with a 20.6 Lake Butler Increased from boys, aged from 11-16 were
track action. 4.Callahan. with 3:23.2, a to $2,463.15, with eating supper at the trailer

who has never hada cord. for the fiscal year. home of the family on the prison -
Palatka won the tri-meet! in track team up to this year, In county distribution, Brad- grounds at Raiford when
Palatka with 11 points. Brad- did not appear with a full team 660 Increased from $310.78 to thev heard a gunshot. Thomas
ford was a distant second with a new school in December collect. found his wife on the bed in
67 points, while Bolles had 13. "Though no records were set, 440 Wt with $2,618.61 for the fis- their bedroom. .
Jimmy Andrews led Bradford it was a good win naturally, Clellan, year so far. Union County; See Us For :
with 10 points taking firstplace especially In the relays, 1/2 ter 53.6, a a sharp Increase from The pistol was a weapon Issued ALL Your -
in both the high and low hur- mile and high Jump," Coach 1/4 Mile- to $1.458.9, with a total by the prison system to Office Needs
dles.?Andrews tied his co-held Loper said.Bradford. with a $7,285.26 so far In the fiscal Thomas for his duties at the
school record doing the lows took first place In .record. : The Union County figures prison.
In 206. all of the relays and the first receipts from the Rai-
three places In the high Jump. Prison and the Lake Butler A coroner's Jury was em

John Douglas did the 100 in The runners had a good day, Reception Center. paneled by County Judge Theron ..
9.9 and anchored the 880 relays taking five of the eight first Yawn and viewed the scene. .:
', In a good time of 1:32.8.: place wins In the track events. The Jury will reconvene at a .
Mark Crawford, Levy Lennon This proved necessary though, later date to return a verdict.
and Brant Turner made up the to compensate for Bradford'spoor Pencils. Pens, ..
rest)( of the team. They also showing the field events. The state attorney's office Markers Tape, .
make up a fine Sprint Medley "We're making progress on is assisting In the Investigation. Erasers Clue -
team with Vernon Barber, which schedule," Loper said.
ran a fine 2:04.9: said Loper. 11-4 Survivors include Mrs. Tho- .

w "We're naturally disappointed .- mas' husband, Jack C. .f Rai .
at the loss, however one BHS RESULTS ford; her mother Mrs. Jessie
loss doesn't make a season. Stanley, Keystone Heights; four

We'll regroup and work hard- Johnny Brown, the losing pitcher sons (by a previous marriage);
880 Yard Run- DFlli.) 2:03.6 Bradford Carlton Bellling, Ronnie Bell-
er on the things that need the : ; struck out four while
extra,work. 2) Burch, 4) Clark. baseball Julian Ditto the ling, both of Providence; Michael
Medley1)) SITS foot Tuesday winning pit- -- Cein Clips. Ledgers,
"I, feel that the younger Inexperienced Sprint 2:04.: cher, struck out 12. Bellling and Jeff Bell-, ;
boys learned quitea Two Mile3)) Hodges, 4)Grlffls as the "There will be some changes ling both of Raiford; two sisters Staplers 6c Ribbons .=
5) Corbett error prone Mrs. Pauline Hammock, I
bit from a tough meet and made In our line-up,"Coach Typewriter
It should help them as the I Mile Relay-J 1) BUS, 3:38.: "Just a Allen said. Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mar-
Long Jump3)) Henry. said Coach garet Herkey, Lake Butler.
season progresses) Loper didn't Bradford's next, game Is with
Pole Vault- 2)) Hodges, Palatka
says. ,, here at 7:30: Friday
"We go back to Palatka this 3) Keys, 5) Clark. worse night, Palatka along with St. Services were held Wednes-
Saturday for their Invitational High Jump-J 1) Murphey, 5'- "The Augustine, are tabbed the day afternoon from the Ilell-
Relays and are eager to come 10"; 2)) Crawford 3) Ricks. game came strongest teams in the con- bronn Springs Baptist Church.
back strong 120 H.H.1)) Andrews, 15.8; committed ference. Burial was in Forest Grove Letterheads,
"We'll improve our showing 4) Murphey. Bolles' Cemetery near Newberry. WIlh :
this time around." 1001)J) Douglas, 10.1; Lennon. "You two. Bradford's nine will face Live liams-Thomas Funeral Homeof Envelopes, .
Miles t 1) Paterson 4:49.:: In the can Oak Saturday at Live Oak. Gainesville was In charge of Business Forms
BIIS RESULTS 880 ,Relay1) BHS, 1329. Game time Is 2 p.m. arrangements
POLE VAULT4)) Clark. 440 Yard Bun- 2)) Barber. big ones.

HIGH JUMP2) Crawford. 4) Bennett. Bradford did
3)) Murphey. 180 L.H.1)) Andrews, 21.8;
ing in the
LONG: JUMP- 3)) Henry. 3) Murphey. The Tornadoes Elderly Woman BilkedWhen I "/ :

120 YD. III HURDLES-) Andrews 4-0 at the end
IS.I; 3) Murphy, REBEL RUNBradford's Bolles then U ".
first meet of the
4) Keys. Rubber
In the third Stamps .:
the Rebel Run at For An Starke
was elderly woman was
100 YD. DASH- 1) Douglas year fifth, to tie Mrs.. Robers complained Wedding Stationery : '
rest High School on Feb.27.The bilked of over $300 :
9.9; 4)) Lennon. at the bottom the men :
ONE MILE2) Paterson Tornadoes were fifth among In the sixth three men pretending to do with a law suit If she did not '
Class-AA to the roof and chim-
16 schools mostly ,
880 YD RELAY J 1) BBS ford failed pay them Immediately accordIng -
with 38-1/2 of her home.According .
440 YD DASH4) Barber. Bolles to Dempsey.
The top 5 teams were Rabies to Deputy John The trio driving a late- Reasonable Prices"
180 YD LOW HURDLES- Bolles only was "Quality! Printing At :
with 63 Stan 712.Forre..4V2. of the Bradford Sher-
points, .
truck witha
L) Andrews. 20.6: 3) Murphey. the Inning and model green pick up
Palatka South- Department, young outfit mounted
880 YD RUN2) FIJI the Tornadoes spray tank
; Bradford between the of 20
43-1/2 and ages
3)) Clark. the difference. 0,1: it Mrs. Roberta' check was
SPRINT MEDLEY-0 BHS. 38-1/2 points. Bradford had 30 conned Mrs. Equilla made payable to a George Croll,
2:04.9. "This was our highest finish Bulldogs' five. East Washington the deputy said. BRADFORD
220 YD DASH- 3) Lennon. and point total ever In this led Bradford's resident Anyone contacted by such an COLNrr
meet said. Mrs. Roberta saw the men
TWO MILE RUN-) Hodges. doubles. Johnny oatflt. should be suspicious until -
According to Loper, record her roof with hoses and a
ONE MILE RELAY2). a double while they know who they are dealIng -
turned In outfit, Deputy Demp
performances were
ern's two with, Deputy Dempsey says.
by Jimmy Andrews John Doug said but became sus-
Brown's single < He urges anyone becoming suspkoua -
In last Friday's 4-way meet las, Buddy Pitarson, Richard the six hits. when they said they of such an operation to rtgrapI"a.
here at Bradford the Tornadoes .- Fill. Farlui McClellan Gene The finished the work and re- contact the Sheriffs Office .
took first place with 103 Harris, Joey Branson,and Brad two starters fIIst d payment before It ap phone 964-6280. .
points. Carter. to disciplinary the Job was completed:

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Hiring Lawyer j i Rf""r""r-1 J::., Chamber Isn't

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\ Community InvestigatedBy :L\\ :.J'" -.

: :: t Business BureauA

School Bd.

t Ia.-
: News 1 uI move to have the Cham- a legitimate problem Sawyer
Having an attorney presentat r 1 I.1 I:' :J" ber of Commerce offer better laid. Unscrupulous merchants
school board meetings on a l r. business bureau services to would do nothing no matter
regular basis Is being investigated Starke merchants was killed what the chamber advised.Con-
'. By Elizabeth (Givens WalkerGirl by a committee from the by a vote of the Chamber's sumers complaining to the
School Board. Board of Governors last Chamber would expect that body
The action was taken last Thursday.The 1om.be able
Scout News week when Chairman Rodney C of C's better business
The Girl.Scouts will be expecting service 7 p.m. Evening ser- Hall pointed out that perhapsthe activities will remain at the fact the Chamber would be
,'. : :each of you March 13, vice and Communion will bu board should have legal hbc t present level, the governors no more able to act than at
from 1-. at the Woman's Clubon givsru help In operating! what amountsto t yt decided. That level Is an Informal present.
Walnut:: Street. They will be a $3 million a year busi- I one In which Chamber
Doing'Their'Thing'. There will Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. ness. Executive Vice-President John
be arts and crafts on displayand Leroy Davis Pastor Sunday myers listens to complaintsabout J&SBarBQuePit
Hall appointed board mem- stores when one Is made
School will begin the services "
other activities will be
Sunday and also conclude the bers Blaine Thompson,Charles gives what advice he can, and
presented by the troops.
YQ.U Sawyer, and H.A. Lawson as advises the
services for the day. Bible on his descretion. Your Hosts
will miss a treat It
you fall class each Monday night. a committee to Investigate the merchant of the complaint. JOHN & SARAH HEm
to Thursday night prayer meeting. employment of an attorney.board -.-" -_.- ._- _.__...,,- --.__.__. ----- President Bud Mizell told the IS NOW OPEN
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Plans are In the making for the For years the school governors last Thursday thata .It
Georgi -
has used Attorney recent showed mem-
annual Women survey
Greater Bethlehem Free Will The Junior Choir Day Is program.making Pierce, mostly on an as need- BIP AwardWoyn. bers recommended the Cham- Is Our IJuiness
Baotlst Church Rev. Jaxner
Williams, Pastor. Service plans for their anniversarywhich ed basis. Pierce has not attended ber Involving I l'elf In better HRS.I 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
schedule as follows: Monday will terminate Friday school board meetings business bureau activities onlyto The Finest Tit in Fla.
night Senior Choir rehearsal, night before the Fourth Sunday unless specifically asked to. the extent of Informing the Call 7S2-37I7 For TakeOut
Tuesday night Ushers Board No. In April. Whiffen, local optometrist, confer, accepts the Bradford Improvement Award merchant of the complaint.A Orders

2 and Choir No( 3 will meet. *. for February from BIP Chairman Mark Jackson, right, and Chamber Manager John reputable merchant would Located On 301
Wednesday night Prayer meet- FUNERALThe .Som.; day Ralph wader will already know of the problem .
My.rs. Law Fla.AMER1CAN
Ing. Thursday night the La- funeral services for Mr. carry, and we 'w nt. to be before it reached the cham- ley,
dies:Circle will meet at Mrs. Tom Gainey Sr. will be held iltere when his tf'ife decides to Whiffen modUd an existing building at the corner of. Walnut and Madison Streets. ber and would have remedied
Alleoa. The Prayer Band will Sunday at 2 p.m. in Waldo at buy the Itlnd.of car that bas There are no complaints about parking now, h. says.
meetrfct Mrs. Anna Bell Mos- Philadelphia Baptist Church.Mr. PIe cutest salesman..
ely. Friday night Gainey Is a long time resident .
Suriday breakfast will be of Bradford County.
served starting at 7 to 9. The Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
menu is grits, eggs, toast, but. Church Rev. G.E.Jenkins, Pas 15 Land Sales Total $81,000 )
ter and coffee. Sunday School tor service. The annual Women UPHOLSTERY"Let
Day Celebration will be held
will begin the services at 9:30.:
At {10 a.m. the congregation Sunday beginning with Sunday ,
will '.Ieave for High Springsto School at 10 a.m. Morning service W. MNeal, of Columbia County on SR-230 from Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Smithto
celebrate Family Day withRevGG at 11 with Mrs. Rosa Stevens Fifteen property transactions to Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds, Bert E. McGee to Mr. and Mr and Mrs. leroy Jack- Us Make Your Old Furniture New"
of $1,000 or more were recorded Mrs. P. and Mr.
as speaker. At 3 p.m. tho Inc. Ralph Bryan
: McAuthor. We willretuP In the Bradford County son. Our Material Or Yours.
!) in time for Evening ser- Youth will be In charge with a during January. $14,200 for 60 acres of land, and Mrs. L.K. Whitehead
vice M 6 with the Woman Home musical program. Ever mem- Courthouse from Mr. and Mrs. MJlard $4,200 for land from Mr. I KITCHEN
totaled $2,500 II AND DINING
Value of the transactions for 9.83 acres of land CHAIRS RECLINERSII -
Mission In Is asked to cooperate with Lott to Leslie Grlffls of Baker and Mrs. Clarence Desue to
$81,000, according to documentary from Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Thorn-
NeW' Bethel Baalist Church the program for success. affixed County Mr. and Mrs. James Green. II ROCKERS LOUNGE CHAIRS SOFAS
tax stamps ton to Mr.and Mrs.W.H Brown.
Rev. Leroy Davis, Pastor.Ser Chairman of this activity is $10,500 for a lot in Pinehaven $4,000 for a parcel of land
vice schedule as follows:Weekly Mrs. Bernice Morris, Co- to deeds filed In the office of from Peggy M, Griggs to Elba from Mr. and Mrs. Robert E, For Free Estimate Call 964-8427
services Tuesday 7 Chairman Is Mrs.Louise Brox- the county clerk. "" Bartlett and A.M. Smith. $20,000 for 20 aero of land Lewis to Baldwin Chevrolet-

Prayer Meeting. The second p.m. C.E.ton. Pastor Jenkins.for the day Is Mrs. $10,000 The transactions for a lot In were Pinehurst: 4.500 for a parcel of land from Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Smith Olds, Inc.

Bethel Theological School of Subdivision from Mr. and Mrs. wwwwnhciriks .........
Ocala.will render service here James H. Moncrief to Mr. and w .
Thursday night March I 11] at 8 Mrs. Sanford Hicks.
p.m.at: New Bethel Baptist $2,250 for a parcel of land
Church. All members are askedto from the Estate of Joshlne Williams Folks
attend. Visitors are also to Lola Little Brown. .
welcome. Saturday night at 7 BHS Coed $3,000 for 5 acres of land
Conference will be held. All from May Marlon Tribe to Mr. For The Wonderful
members are asked to please Wins Area and Mrs. Morris C. Kelley. ,MY3 Reception
attend. Sunday School at 9:45: $1,000 for 7 acres from Mr.
a.m. Morning Worship at 11:00: and Mrs. J.A. Williams to Mr. Given Us Last Week On Our
a.m. At 3 p.m. the pastor and OratoricalCompetition and Mrs. F.P. Lott.
members will go to Keystoneat $1,000 for a lot In Sampson Opening At Our New Location
:.Pleasant Grove Baptist Lake Shores from Mr.and Mrs.
Church to attend an Installation George H. Pierce to Mr. and
Joseph H. Burney. a a f, In Downtown Starke-

$3,000 for a lot on A100from
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dale ISO W. CALL STREETEASY

Climbing still another step Grlffls to J.B. White.
CLUB 100! higher Starke's Rebecca Mc- $1,850 for 4.98 acres from CREDIT TERM FREE DELIVERY ( Former Bottom Dollar Store)
Millan, a senior at Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Thomas

.8 On Mi.Stat West Road Of Stork 100 ..j High torical Legion's, has Contest Northern won staged the Area American Tuesdayat Ora- $2,000, to Inc.Clay for Electric three parces Cooperative of- To Show Our Appreciation: We Are Offering More Fantastic Bargains -

Lake City Junior College. land from Mr. and Mrs. James
f Discount Liquor
., Miss McMillan won over
4 Peter J. Morgan who repre- NOTICE TO BIDDERS = _- Hotpoint. Magnavox Norge Zenith
sented District 5 and was spon- ,
::1. SpecialS sored by Post 202 of Keystone Notice is, hereby, given that
: Heights. Miss McMillan repre- sealed bids be received by the Sylvania KitchenAid Gibson Admiral PanasonicON
sents District 4 and is spon- Bradford County Board of Pub- ,
sored by Post 56 of Starke. lic Instruction, at the office of
Good Thru har.' 20 the Superintendent{ of Public ALL FAMOUS BRANDS

Next step for the daughter Instruction Bradford County,
; ': OLD STAG I of Mr. and Mrs. M.G. McMil- Post Once Box 939, Starke, .-- -: ... ., -:. I AIR CONDITIONING
I : Qt. $4.19WHITEHALL lan of Starke Is the state com- Florida, until 7:30: p.m., EST, ; it'
petition in Winter Haven on on the day of March 25, 1971, p rli ) !. nJ! SUPER MODELS
March 20. Should she win In for the construction of: :j
VODKA j Winter Haven Miss McMillanwill Bradford Middle School Addition f l" ? :'! : ;:h i is
advance to U.S. regional Starke, Floridaat t
: competition, then to the national which time bids will be publicly .:: :? ..SD
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.' competition.First opened and read aloud. -.J-_ ; ; "r"f..JI'r -- I
SCOTCH Any Bid received after the time ;"j ,, J r ',' -- = tf'iI '
j step In the American herein will !o I II'f I
and date specified -" I -4 t1 I I
; Qt. $5.89WHITEHALL Legion Post 56 Oratorical Con- not be co.isldared. I Iairl1J, ._- I. ,- JI!! it J
test on Feb. 9, then the Dis- t i
: : GIN trW 4 Contest, against 24 posts, Plans, Specifications, and Con- II -f=-- I
In Gainesville March I. tract Documents may be exa- : I .J ,
: Qt. $3.99 mined it the office of Don R. : I :;" ", 22000BTU

"I'm ,not going to win again" Morgan: Architect, ALA, Post ,;' ,,1" 't\ '
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Watch For Our says the BUS coed who has Office Box 987, Green Cove : I S __ lr -- .. _J :I' $279.95
I almost a stralght-A average Springs, Florida; the Associated CTr.. .
I Specials Each Weekive and who has said that after General Contractors' Plan I. -_ I .. ,,,111111 Ii "
every win to date. Roam: Jacksonville, Florida; /"'ikO' ClJ U. .
: Entertuinmem and F.W. Dodge Corporation's r--=-- --J:

"I Am Your Constitution" Is Plan Room, .Jacksonville Flo- ADMIRAL ses -

(EVERY FRI. AND SAT. the topic of Miss McMillan's rida. Norge -i "
nine minute speech. Her extemporaneous Freezer
." : NIGHTS topic at Lake City Plans and Specifications may Upright ROMEX :::1

Featuring Hud Davis I concerned powers of the Presi- be obtained follows: .
dent to appoint members of the A. General Contractors -Upon 16 Cu. Ft. Freezer Refrigerator : ;
and The Tunesters
'. l U.S. Supreme Court. receipt of $40.00 two sets
"I'm not really scared" she of plans and specifications for
> WANTED I says of advancing to higher this project will be forwarded 18,000 BTU
and tougher competition. But collect. If plans and specifications -
2 Woitr.ss.i I $199
I she did admit to some appre- are returned in good $21995 $144 $249.95TELEVISION
. Bar Maid hension before a performance. condition, within ten days after
receipt of bids, the full deposit -
will be refunded.

: S ** .....e.. "M.........=I
B. Subcontractors, Vendors,
: etc. Upon receipt of $40.00
.W..R. I one set of plans and specifications -
I epalr I: will be forwarded:: co-
!i lect. If plans and specifications -
.I are returned In good condition -
/: : within ten days after.
: TYPEWRITERS I 1i receipt of bids $20.00 (one/
., half of the deposit: ) will be

: i: ADDING MACHINES ::, refunded.

.: C. Separate Sheets Separ-

i ; CALCULATORS J I: ate and/or sheets/pages specifications of drawings may: be 1

..I obtained as follows:
.. 't., II I Drawings $1.50 per sheet
: Specifications .15 per page
Get'cm While/ / They Last! \!
' i f
: i : NOTE: All requests for plant
and specifications, separate
:; j I sheets of drawings, and separ-
i Used Typewriters : ate pages specifications shall h
.. be made through the office of
$85- Each bid submitted shall be .
-$45 To i
: i : accompanied by a cashier'scheck ,"./.a.
or bid bond In the a-
Reconditioned I mount of five percent of the
i '. I I bid County, payable Board of to Public the Bradford Instruction WASHER AND DRYER COMBINATION

i i : Royal, Remingtonso a Performance-Labor and $8995
. ., !I Material Payment Bond In the

: GUARANTEED TO WORK amount of one hundred percent Both 95
:= ; of the bid amojnt. Surety company -
4 shall be licensed to *> For
:. : See Them AtBradford business In the State of Flo-
: i| rida and shall be listed by the y.
County TelegraphPHONE I United State Treasury De-
1 964.6.105: 4 t| partment. WHAT. WE SELIMarch .-

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j Junior College Courses Open Tn. C1f."lt O *.*" with the CUT the a""...
r 'fii'o'l 0-1U" ....,k ta"l..tal CIrwN OMa .",1.. C irf : I I... ,. .A.a Pee a..51i4 : '.. ISTt. eth.rwlea >. (-'- n Of r r"vnlurk SaM ffnnrlT1
I Bradford County; residentswho will enable them to play pops fimntr. e_ lf' _. .eit .,_ ud."t raaV. b. ,.t..11 ".ul." M. Moody.
Claire Croehr. > "*' *ow 41.- .
Br Ban Blwehai" missed Tr. lm
registration for the ClerkFire
and Gourmet Cool( ... = In Ttmnuty
Jar songs; tiff. Jerald R. Cro: br. - Santa Fe College to be the
Mrs. George Tribe Mrs.Er Alachua General Hospital for 'the weekend. They Intend to offered In Starke courses during the Ing, Including menu planning, :Defied.NpTfCla! tiP "am? nt MM Court WIT ..... the 1IU' II. 1In. 1-le
nest Well, Mr. T.L. Waln- treatment. Their friend are remain and make their home Spring Term (Term IV} may the use of kitchen equipment, 1'0' S....'" R. Crosby Av nf :February, XtTl. II 1.1.
and techniques of lets >D.tNGarv.v. Apt 11w
and methods r
wright George Robert -- -
with them In prayer. here. register for either credit or ... Covln, C"llII''a' ? *
and Mrs. Will Edward attend- food preparation such as basic Notlfi.6!
'and M r bT
Mr. Mrs. H.C. Harley you Ar .
non-credit classes at the first
ed the World Day of Prayer BIRTHDAY OBSERVATIONMrs. of Bushnell spent the weekend sauces, meats, fish, poultry that" M 111.5. ..airaln.t.''' .riab.n
class meetings April 1 for you "2
breads and
observation at First Presbyterian Max Newport gave a visiting members of their fiun- Thursday evening classes and vegetables, simpledosser ""u.re rojnulr.d. to a.rrarnirr .
Church In Starke *. All non-credit courses of written dar.DU"
on party at the rink your
skating on ".
April 6 for Tuesday evening ,
Mrs will meet from 7:00-10:00 If any to RuiC'.n.JIItbaw.
Thursday.Rev. Saturday In celebration of bar and Mrs. D.E. Nolan classes If Is still Attorney for r'll' >!!
i space available
and Mrs. Don Denton daughter Barbie's fifth birth- and children of Jacksonville p.m. and will cost$3.00. whr..; ..,dr i. 145 'eat Call
In those classes ..., mark.
Classes for Term IV end Jtr i p. O. Vmt 10
accompanied a of MYF
group day anniversary. After the children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Credit classes to be offeredon Florida and fll. Wi* originalWATCHIAW,. 7
members to the Sub District skated for a while the T.V. Duck, Cindy, and Mr. and Thursday evenings beglnnlnar June 23.
Council Meeting In Lake But- birthday cake made up like a Mrs. Vernon Duck on Sunday. ; April 1 are Literatureand MY'4'r
ler on Sunday afternoon. Those princess, was presented and i Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Prin- Composition, The Science., 1k
attending wer Cindy Duck, Dean they enjoyed refreshments. gle of WorthlngtonSprtng.were
Traylor, Randy Casklns and Mrs. Newport was assisted In luncheon sueats' of Mr. and and Introduction to eograpny. !
Greg Dyal.CHURCH serving by Lawtey teenagers. Mrs. Pierce Crews on Sun- Tuesday evening credit-cour
There were 24 guests including day. Spencer Crews of Jack- ses, which will begin April 8, $19.99
ACTIVITIES Joey and Stacy Hitchcock sonvlIJe Joined them for the Include: Major Rellgons of tile
Grace United Methodist: Sun- of Jacksonville. meal. 20th Century Mathematics,
day School 9:45: a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Teston Mr. and Mrs James Anders ,,Criminal Evidence and Proce 16 Only
Services II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and family spent Sunday In 0- and family of Palatka spent dures and The SoclalSclences.
MYF 6 p.m. Choir practice COM and attended a family dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs O.J. All evening credit courses will
Wednesday 6:30: p.m. Prayer given In honor of Mrs. Anders. meet from 7:00-: 10:15: p.m. LADIES AND MENS
service 7:30: p.m. R.A. Melton at her home In Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Brad- Non-credit Adult Special Interest -
Church or God: Sunday School celebration of her birthday an- ley and son and Mr. and Mrs. classes to be offered
10 a.m. Worship services 11 lllverla,.". Mrs. Melton Is Mrs. Randal Bradley of Jacksonvillewere Starke In Term IV Include: 17 Jewel Watches
a.m. and 7 p.m. Family night Lonnie Teston's mother. On visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday evening Painting a
Wednesday 7 p.m. YPE Thursday their ..return.trip they visited R.L. Bradley on Sunday. .beginning course with emphasison White And Yellow
7 p.m. Mrs. Leila Peavy and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harper basic problems of composition
Highland Baptist: Sunday Cara Dorman In Ocoee. of Starke attended Highland color and form using Gold YJy fir'Men's
School 9:45 a.m. Worship services Miss Arttiurlne Blanchard of Baptist Church and were dinner oil and acrylic paints., Thursday
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray Jacksonville spent the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell evening Guitar a course for Water Resistant
er meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. with Miss Enza Blanchard Brown and family on Sun- adults who have or have not
followed by choir practice. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick day.Rev. played the guitar to learn basic Get Yours While
Ga. was visiting relatives Wilbur Dyas, pastor of theory and harmony which
PERSONALSWe In the vicinity the latter Smyrna Baptist Church; and They Lost!
regret that little Miss part of tile week. Mrs. Dyas and children were NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Sheila Norman, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sumter liar- Sunday dinner guests' of Mrs. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
and Mrs. Harold Norman la In ley were visiting relatives over Annie M. Crews and Joey.
Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Mott and Notice is hereby given that
family of Bronson were visitIng -- .the undersigned Intends to 95
> her brother In-law and sister engage In business under the
301 DRIVEINTHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Gas- fictitious name of Starke Hard- $22 1 1NOqI
kina on Sunday. tare Co.,.at 108 E. Call Street
A.B. Rosier of Green Cove in Starke Bradford County: ONLY 16
Springs spent Saturday with Mr.. Florida, and that I will register seta
STARKE. FLA. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan. said name with the Clerkof
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly the Circuit Court Bradford
Tracy and DonnIe spent Fridayand County; Fla. Stan's Bootery
FRI.-SAT. MARCH 12-13 Saturday with her brother Dated this 25th day of February
and sister In law, Mr. and Mrs. : A.D. 1971 at Starke, WILLIAMS JEWELRY car Walnut' and Call S....
DOUBLE Steve Shackleford of Tallahassee. Bradford County Florida. Ph...914735
-.Ilo L. Proctor sole owner.
? Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bown of Starke, Fla. "Starke'. Largest Quality Jeweler"

r WINNER' I OF I 3 ACADEMY I I AWARDS and Jacksonville Mrs. Roscoe were visiting Norton Mr.and 3/4-4t--3/25

family on Sunday.
: 24 ME IRQ.GOLDWVN.MAYER ind CINERAMA present Mrs. Flossie Rosier and Mrs.
GREAT STARSI L.M. McClellan attended the funeral -
JJt? HOW of Mrs.Sunshine Williams
Mr. and Mrs.Wilbur Stephens

1 ,.;. 1t THE WESTPaid and family spent Sunday with
his mother Mrs. J.C. Stepehns
lF ,, :)l and two of his sisters who were

!.-... ........$.L ";.. '.$:"' 'W.AS WiON wanne visiting Shores.Mrs. Stephens In Su-

Mr. and Mrs. Haze Clarkof
"lll1 Lebanon Va. were visit-

ing Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith and

t .1'.4"' ) Excitement clings t to their Austin families last week.and Mrs. Louise

...-... Newman h.ilj!!! .a.dame. .!..._.. BUT* 0000 THRU WIDNISOAV. MARCH 17 1971. QUANTITY RIGHTS RltllVID.imrctr .

% :'isHarperi I I. 'I'1a.And Fur Cnntr nrmltord J,.4..'.Co CmrtIn .. ,., tow / ( l ivuroAr towcn/ m rwr tow //cnl mirwr tow mat wirw tow mtit l tvuntr tow niutm mnotr tow mar imirMr tow men

: d'I Florida In K.I' E.UU. Of Luorttlk H. SLICED f/4 AOA*'* CHUCK ,H IN ANTIIT Paiai 1,1 N HIAT AM*ll.VIFRIED
L l1. .. 1 nan aa PUInISIOI' Or..n Canned SKINLESSFRANKS SOLID
j JfIIIIWWl[ _Er ..:: .. tn*Notice under.llI'nod l I. h.r.bv: h Kln... tll.d that a HAMS ROAST HAM OLEO STICKSILTMORE

final accounting, ha. oomplat I2oi
ad tha MdmlnlatrAtlon o{ th*
Abovv AHtlte. and notice IH fur nr
Sun., Mon. March 14, 15 Adults ADM. $1.00 ther Klven that attar publloi.
tlon of this notlo. one vftoh
wick for four coniecutlv
!1.* SWEDEN'S MOST FAMOUS WOMEN weoki.. Kpirlleitlon will b*
m.d. to tli. Honorahl
NOW County
"o<> and for flnnl dU.ahem. EH MILK
of the un J. tlo"., If any.h9iihl, bathed. LOAF MILK
with. this Court. JulIAn M. r.-.. f..S9'H '
Greene ai Administrator of ;
aid estateJulian lf OAUOM J <
"SO M. Oreene
graphic, Julian M. Qreonii A.o Admlnli.
tratnr of the E.tat. of Lucrtla *.
N Finny Hill* > could H Oren OR
First PubllHh.d on: Feb U.
is a have sworncfasslcl" 1171 5.15t 1-11 SIRLOIN ESS BONELESS GROUND
tt a screen.NNramN _

wassrrakirtO..Nr.D.dr CaNxr.Ii In The Circuit Court of the STEAKS '' LEAN BEEF

'Eighth Judicial Circuit, In and STEAKs'1 FRESH
for Bradford County; Florida.

Case Duval No.Federal 702 Savings and CiitlI 3 TO
o "
reef rlfr
Loan Association of Jackson '
1 ulr film 98i/J1 "'film 5 LB 53"
ville, a corporation, Plaintiff, aLB
-vs- R.B. Crosby, and Martha U.S.CHOICE PKGS LB
/ Crosby his wife, Defendants. .

peals ataar ______ Over 7,000 Low Prices !
i ; Itar Saotl MNN.t NOTICE OF SALE Everyday

I Fannymu Notice Is hereby given that ( rrrnrfr IVORY SOAP -. ._' 227c239c/ @, :
to Final PICKLE
pursuant' a Decree of 1I."lm
If Foreclosure entered In cause

.-- 0-w... Court numbered of 702 Bradford, In the County Circuit; I VLASIC CHIPS SOAP .....,_... .. 235c247c/ POTATOES1O .

a,,, Florida I will sell the pro ZEST SOAP 0*4*' l!**" /
KJAER"ter- TM$ MARIE perty, situated In Bradford ..... .
LAVA SOAP 2/31c/:
County; Florida, described as:
COLOR by Deluxe ULJEDAHL A parcel of land situated In 46oz 59; SPIC & SPAN .-wN. :31c 49
the Southeast 1/4 of Section 10,
Township 6 South, Range 21 JAR. TOP JOB ,... ...N 69c LB BAG

East, Bradford County; Florida ..
being more particularly MR. CLEAN LIQ. CLEANER '- 39c

described as follows:Commen- COMET CLEANSER to 2/57c/
cing at the Northeast
FLORIDA THEATRE >f the Southeast 1/4 of corner said REGULAR OR BUTTERMILK DOWNEY FAB. SOFTENER "- 47c rrnrfn %)i'pf 1 ::

rrees Section: 44 10;minutes thence South 08 seconds 9 de- Giant I'zlb.BREAD BIZ PRESOAK POWDER ..'N' 39c If1"1r'' FANCY GOLDEN RIPIBANANAS

STARKE FLA. West a distance of 46.0 feet to IVORY SOAPLUZIANNEINST. .-.....-... 4/29/ .:
the centerline of a graded Public
Road; thence North 88 degrees COFFEE .- .- 67c

FRI.-SAT.-SUN. MARCH 12-13-14 25 minutes 52 seconds GAIN DETERGENT .... N. $1"
I West along the said centerline
DOUBLE of said Road a distance of DREFTDETERGENT M N ... 89
312.5 feet; thence South 1 degree L IZ1D11 29C 1O
40"; 34 minutes 08 seconds / IVORY SNOW 0-N N 89 < ,-

West a distance of 23.0 feet 24ez DUZ DETERGENT a 95 ;:
to a Point of Beginning thence
fA'J' )''I ( ) N continuing South 1 degree 34 BONUS DETERGENTN 95c cslsresuowuPPfo :;.
minutes 08 seconds West
) distance of 320 feet; thence OXYDOL DETERGENT .... .., 89c CARROTS.................. 'ICG 10
North 88 degrees 25 minutes IVORY LIQUID DETERGENT n.. 85e .. ROM MAUTY IATINO COOKINO
UNUSUAL ..A......A VMHf UNUSUAL MOVIIIESS3.SI.eI3 52 second West a distanceof TIDE DETERGENT 87c

r :: :: : I RICHARD BOONE.LESLIE CARON 140 feet; thence' North 1 THRILL DISH DETERGENT "- 63e CHEER DETERGENT Ia.-Nr 79 APPLES..4ara45; *
;,1. t.. =:::.:..::--:. .... ..MADRON. .. East degree a 94 distance minutes of 08 320 seconds feet CASCADE a.a. 79c BOLD DETERGENT ..- Nr $It' FMSM FIRM HIADSCABBAGE

:' ..,t.t. W21 I .,Yo'i... :: ,.l.} _-.t.0eww__...w".'.Woutw-.agauaa, -" ..._...-....._- ..-..a.-.-- thence South 88 degrees 25 JOY LIQUID -.. 59c DASH DETERGENT 'a-M $2" ........................ 18 6gF <
..... .... .... .... .......0. ......'.r.. .......' minutes 52 seconds East a
rn' distance of 140 feet to the evrtco r tow met /mi, ivnioir tow men wirwr low MICI> lf irof tow ma/
,1 point of beginning.

f :'., At public sale, to the highest 10 10.. ARANCIL Pantry ZESTABSCHIWASII FRESHIE
and best bidder for cash, DESSERTS8 FOOD Prid FRENCH I D=y'"D' CONTAC
'" at the Front entrance of the CUPS COFFEE VITAMINS CAPSULES RAISINS
Bradford County; Courthouse In FRIES

Of: FfMNKENSTlINMUSIBE The good Starke Florida between 11.00 1393OC
a.m., and 2:00 p.m., on the 25
d' Dr. Frankenstein, day of March A.D. 1971.'
': ,,'. more monstrous (SEALCUbert) --------- .-------
& mwr tow met < i mtro.r tow met< i mnotr tow
--1 men
S. Brown
i than themonsters MAXWELL 23 LB BAO
y/4' i//
As Clerk of Circuit i9 '
Court f f
By Beolah M. Moody ROYsi :
i "*" o MIC.UM
I IK9lllwIKlU fICMMCaiol"ta"i: 'Adam 1 --a.r.. 1 1 .., / .jCOMBK :'= W S--arr.. -i
G. Adams u. .
wNnMo$ < Attorney It 3" L.aa.r--- I I N.rY aV IIw-NY I nn NNIFr- 1 .
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j 'age 8 Telegraph March 11. 1971 "

i j jLAWTEY jt

lr1 k, "" ,', S i-'f ,. __-- -L I _ __ - - - .. _ } __ uuuuu-uu--- u u u _ _

By Mr*. D. x. BIll J S AV E VIThI J-- \\

lj Green !
Hampton City; Council n-iee
further plans for a ba.ket -
court and Birtng on tho l>
Everyday Low Prices!
next to the city; hall. and -M
a special meeting March .'t LLL
for twtyiiv building code and
toning need at Monday eve- Weekly Specials!

nlng'B meeting.
Clay hu been put one
lot fore basketball court
and U to be spread; basketball .
backstops ar to be put
up by the recreation board.
Chain link fence Is alreadyon L
hand to put up. at least i4 i4I I
across t the front of the lot
and a swing with set recreation already fund purchased _

Is 'to be set up alongside the T
basketball court under the tiF
trees next to the city; hall. BEEF PEO?
:With the larger fire truckto
be returned to the Florida

Forest Service the city; fire PRICES GOOD THURS., MAR. 11 WED., MAR. 17
truck Is to be moved Into the
firehouse building, and both SUPEKBIIAND BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED
building. doors and windows Cheese 69CKZ
replaced and/or repaired. Cottage -

Building permits and build- K-Z Car,.Oven Reedy
Inspection for the city were

specified In a 1926 ordinance . . Lb. X60 8 .
read to the council and on
the advice of Attorney Richard BONEltSSDelmonico '
Wilson a special meeting set
for Tuesday evening, March Steaks 9,49 I
23, to study updating the ordInance -
l for present needs. USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

For better financial planning, 9") 8ti
the council Is to approve all Rump Roast . "
bills at their regular meetings
before they are paid. Regular
meeting date of the council StewVilest LB.89c
was changed to the second Tuesday e e SAVE 49e 2 1-LB.
of each month, to not conflict USDA GRAD"A"QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND PKG.
with the adult education

city classes hall now every being Monday held In and the Baking Hens e45c

Thursday evenings from 7 p.m.
to 9:30: P.m.Gerald .
Adklns attended the SAVE 31'
meeting asking that the road tO7' ALL GRINDSWDBRANDU.S.CHOICIBOTTOM
north line of the Jeff
Baker property; be re-opened.. GROUND s oarENc SHORTENINGASTOR r ASTORCOFFEE
All councilmen: and city; officers BONELESS I ROUND ; ,
were present for the
meeting. For the month of February
receipts came to $918,
and disbursements, $463. Of ROAST
the Income, $325 was utility;
tax $473 cigarette tax, and limit I .. Choice' W/$7.30/ or Mo- .. Purchot. {.< C,.
$94 real estate taxes. Salar- SAVE 30c
ies of $212 was the largest limit I With,' $7.50 or Mor. Purchaie be. Cig SAVE 24'POLGIRS
amount paid out stop signs
cost $94 and street lights $80.
SAVE -y9
Edna Turner of Jacksonville 70c All GRINDS
was a visitor with L.A. COFFEE
Wynn In the Bradford County 1 La. C J
hospital and Mrs. L.A. Wynn CAN 79Quantity
t at Hampton Lake last week, 3 69,
, and also Mrs. S.E. Kennedy i 10
of Keystone Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown LB' ::
and family visited here Sun-
I clay with his mother, Mrs. T.F. LB S. fig, CAN _

.!4 rown. ... .


Mr. L.L. Grant has made
... .
1 application to the Bradford Rights R rv dWINH ,
Ollll tTOfltS 'INC COPTftOHF' 1f1
t County; Zoning Board for re-
classlflcatton of the property
described below from zone R1A; a o'. e 7
to RIC. Salmon o. ;CAN4ei. 68C Vegetables6 ANS $100 Beans 4 -s $1 1 Starch 3 CANS $1

Tract 8 In NW-1/2 of NW-1/4 limit: W/S7 50 or Mor.Purchoie EM.CigIVKES .
Mount Pleasant Sub-division .

' except 13TWP8SB22E.right-of-way In Sec. $100 3 I5V"ol. $1 00 4901. 69C Quik 2
5 CAN78c
I Sausage CANS I CANS Detergent -) I . .
Parcel number 5552.
This change In classification
has been

as subject specified given to public tentative In the advertising zoning approval -- \ PreservesSUPERBRAND 32oi.JAR 69c Pastries..3$1 Ip Apricots 3 CAN': "S $1 Catsup "BTL, 48C

code of Bradford County.


John Board Bradford Torode,County Chairman; Zoning Margarine QTRS.MB. 18c Corn a 4 CANS 17.01. $100 Dog Food 25- $1" Tissue 3 ::2AOll PKGS 88C

3/4 2t 3/11

]arrtle.Of !''f.... Of DeveoaeApvcnrlar r.--
1-0 Be 0...... Ot I
Aenadoaed Property toe
Pursuant to Section IS oC r 1
Chapter 717 Floi'Ida Statutes, ALL FLAVORS MORTON
entitled "Florida. Dlsnodtlon DEEP SOUTH Tem SL | CREAM
CI' Unclaimed Property Act,*' .. CHEK MEATDINNERS
notice I'e hereby given that DEEP S
"the pereoni lleted below appear .
to be the owner. of unclaimed
personalor IntanRlblesr 1 11au ;
ed.party presumed abendon- Mayonnaise rr DRINKS PIES

I-OSIT-OOII.or ThomTJeon.Abraham:;. ...MaNvlna u.m".h..d.I > i m V
Lawl.y. Florida: 1-01O1-0001.
Ooleon. Dr. emuel.. Starke.
Florida: 1-0101-OOOS. H. C. SAVE 14c
Wall Arency-Pays., John; C.: S CHIC KIN SAVE SOc
L. Purchaser: 1-0101-0001.
Pelerinn.. Carrie B. or Wilfred; I'" COCONUT
J.. nt. 2 Box 45D. Rtarke, Florida SAVE e .
way.. 101010004."..ocIlUI.."..U.S.Inc.. .101 by HI A.{h.J.Thomaa. 30C $ MIAT lOAf LIMON CHOCOLATE $
Prenldent. Our AnaVewa a NIAPOLITAN
I ._ Treasurer. SPAG. M/BAllS/ BANANA
Information eoncernlnir the IANS a FRANKS .

ores amount., or or the and hmdei daecrlMlon the name may. and be c'theProperly ad-obtained : MAC. a. CHEESE STIAWBIIRVALISIURY

l by any pereone poaaeeeInc 9
an Inter.et In the properly .
by addreeelnir an Inquiry 13 1
to Fred O. Dlcklneon. Jr..
l Mate! Comptroller aa Admlnletrator.
Abandoned"" Property 14-oz.
aT 3 3
TJIvlilon. Oapttol. Tallahaeeee.
Florida.number De aura, to name mention and adereee account ... JAR 12-oz. FOR SIZECANS
aa nubllehed In 1hlo no
.tice. la Unleee preeented proof o the( hold.wnerehlp -
ey May II. U71. the property
will be delivered to the Ad-
mlnletrator. Th.r.atler..11
further claims mu.t be 4lreett4
to the Admlnlatraor.

A. Administrator 1.St MJ. Salad Oil 4880: 98C Steakettes '1P' 69C LimaS4PKGS.X100:
Ta .Tae Eighth. Clrrvlt JadlHal crt Of< la A.. Far Bradf.rd C...... .
C... NunU.rald

-we-TO Notice M. :Mlrhun East Miriam. .D.Of Border W.I.Suit I.Horne Keene. HoriMTiMre. Road Defend.ant. Dressing 3 BTLS: $1 i Shortcake EACH 99C Greens 3 $1ARROW

Maiden Maaaanhueettii notified that ALUMINUM l2"I TASTE Q-SIA PERCH ISM U S. No. I
Tou are

.required your riled n. action against wrltt to.for n eerve divorce defen-ea.ynu and a copy has you If been an are o,*. Foil .4 $100 Dinners 3 FOR C;: $100 Potatoes 10 49c

iorn.y on for Elsie Plaintiff 8. Sandere.whore At.ad. . .

p. O. Box Btarke. Florida

:and Clerk'.file en of the or before original the nboveetyled'Omirt March with I let the, Fruit Juice 3 Sticks '' 69C 2 29c
H711 ..".,",,1.. a Indamealmay CANS '
be ..entered aeralnet yon . .
for ther.lfef' demanded In the

....1 Wltn.ee of .....III l mr Court hand on the and Had the

, ...(.ilEAL of )February. 111.l Potatoes. 65c Carrots 5 'PKG.' $100 Cabbage 2 29C

"" (1IIb..t 1'7 Boul.h a. Brown II. .,.004)Clerk SAG -'
>.o,,, Clerk'
I.4t |ef

March 11, 1971 Telegraph Page 91AiOi

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The Late +lw, ,
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With the taking up of the

"Peggy" railroad track from .
Brooker to Alachua more than / 1 ..
a year ago December 1969), r'5 : .
an era famed In song and story
came 4P a close and another of
Sttrke'i most cherished tredlttona -
passed Into history. ,4i4
Ttaifc was when "Peggy" the Wrecks were frequent In parts ., d
Seaboard branch line, ran all Alachua County, where grass
and weeds grew very rank,vegetation
the way;I from Starke to the
Suwannee River (at Curtis, below would bend over the
\Wannee) and carried pea rails on windy days, getting
crushed by the train wheels
sengeriTks well as farm products
from the Brooker-La- until they became too slippery q'' V1 r q. ?

Crosse-area. Several years ago to grip the rails. The huge old

the line was abandoned from wood-burner would slip and -- -- a14lN.er..d..aiM.n --" "-
Bell to Wannee, but remainedin slide floundering helolenslv
operation from Starke to until the rails dried off.again. :;= I
', Foil Length Of Market ,
Bell. -" at least one occasion the
Old Peggy and crew about. 1905on
Although the track was removed train was several hours late
from Brooker to Ala because Pete Peterson, the 11

chua }to 1969. the portion between Peggy from Starke to-Worthington was 6 o'clock before It arrived very slowly because of the soft sport-loving engineer had been .'
; Atachua and Pell still Springs on a cold nightin owing to a storm that track through the swamps and arrested LaCrosse for shootIng .
remains, but Is served by the October, 1901. This Journey had thrown trees across the the probability of trees being a rabbit with his revolver. .
Seaboard from :another direc which can now be made In comfort track. One tree had struck the blown across It. Between Sampson The conductor, Mr. White, was
tion. "Peggy" is now referred In less than an hour by only passenger coach the road and Clayno the car caught also an enthusiastic sportsmanand {
to as a "switcher" and automobile is described by Mr. owned, breaking several win- afire and we had to stop and always carried his two '' Ir+awae "
Its chief use is to transport Lugergren as follows: downs, and putting it out of carry water in our hats from pointer dogs along on the run.
gas from the Hydrocarbons I was to take the "Peggy" commission. the ditch along the track for lie would stop the train, when
plant at Smoker and ilmenite train from Starke to LaCrosse, It was 7:30 beflre the hard- quenching the flames. the notion struck him, and go
ore from the DuPont mine at there to meet Mr. Scott Howell, swearing crew could start the At last we arrived at LaCrosse quail hunting while other membere -
TraU Hidge. who would carry me to Worth- train out again. It was rainy, and I stepped out in of the crew and the passengers
The demise of "Peggy" as it Ington by buggy this arrange- stormy, and chilly. Conductor utter darkness, not knowing picked blackberries to
was known in song and story ment being the only feasibleone. Woodward had a wheelbarrowload which way to turn. Then a while away the time.

for many years; recalls an of sand dumped on the shadowy form emerged, who Lester Plnholster, a Ward
account given by the late H.E. At that time the train from floor of a box-car and a fire proved to be a son or Mr. City (Brooker) wit, was cre-
Lagergren, Starke surveyorand the welt was due at Starke at was built upon It, around which Howell' and ho led me to his dited with coining the nickname
sometimes! Telegraph writer, 3 p.m. and scheduled to depart we squatted, half-choked by buggy. PORKY. "He's too slow to catch
about a memorable trip made again at 5 p.m. But It smoke. The train had to run I had a long box containing Peggy" became a standard
1tJ a delicate surveying Instrument description In the old days wnen
.. but when I was aboutto speaking of some especially ,
put it into the body of the lazy man. # ::e-

Our :edifori l buggy, I found the latter full On one occasion, Mr. White,
of water, for It was brand new the conductor, was complimented -
and tight. We had no way of on getting Peggy back to
getting the water out, so I Starke on time. "On time your .
had to hold the box In my lap. granny I" was his indignant re- .r Prr .
A tripod for the InstrumentI ply. "This is yesterday's
OPINION placed in the body of the train!"
vehicle, but must tie It fast
rto'Jir with my shoe laces to keepIt

from floating away. Vet Benefits
The horse was large and

. strong, and too lazy to move ExplainedTo
faster than a walk; but then
Love Story tho n nerknnsa. Compelled US to Rotarians "-

., drive slowly, anyway. Even-
lu tually we came to the shaky The Veterans: Administration. Firemen Inspect Ruin Of Burned Cooler.Fir I

What can you say about a 114 year way 301, If a "super road" connect- bridge across the Santa Fe paid out appraxl( ma iely$483.000
old Mown that finds itself faced with ing 1-75 at Gainesville to 1-295 at River which was swollen so to residents of Bradford County
of water squirted up
that jets and will '
last prabab'y
sometimes insur- Jacksonville is built in the future
problems that seem between the floor planks. This exceed half a million dollars .
mountable? as projected.That frightened the horse, and young this year, A.L. Crosby, Jr., ( ',
,," ''l'll ll'ti/; _, ;'" -" .y-w"/f; ",'". ,
Howell had to get down and Service officer told the ''!''\\I!' ,if'" ; '':-.>' .c., '"" 'r- "
County -.. ,. ;, "' ',.!.. ,
That It Is a town like all other towns, Is praised on the one hand lead him. But he was unableto Rotary Club last week. .- f" rusg

with its good points and bad points. by a newcomer who delcares, "Ihaven't now the strong animal alone and This amount is exclusive of i'r $ .
and called me to come care of veterans in VA hospiala -
white hats and black hats. .all melded met an unfriendly person yet" help him. which would run at least ,

together to make a community; no and is condemned on the other hand I had Howell to unbuckle one another half million, Crosby JI"m /-' "

better and no worse than thousands by a letter writer who says we are rein from the bit, and I pulledIt said. 1.

of others Its size.It the most racially bigoted community; UD and tied my preciousbox The benefits paid In the coun- .. '- ,". t.'
he has ever lived in. securely to the seat withIt ty Include pensions and compensation q ... ," ; ,
then stepped down and helped to veterans.-wld: ws, '
has ever been thus. The prob- with the horse.With hops, skips, and dependent children; education .. "
lems of today might seem more serious and Jumps we crossed the bridge and training under the GI
and more complex than those of yes- What can you say about a town and reached the foot of the steep bill burial coats, and other

terday, but that Is only because distance like that? bluff on the north side The benefits.
softens the view, and we tend rein was replaced, we got Into The speaker said that the VA
the buggy and the struggle uphill will a $250 burial allowanceon
Only that such problems-- and PRy
to remember only the good. i''E-
began. The body of the funeral expenses of all vet-
forgetting what we no longer wish to greater ones-- have been faced in the buggy, sloping strongly rearward erans, in addition to a flag -
remember. pas and somehow conquered. discharged Its water ballast and a headstone. Veterans are
with such a splash till the also entitled to burial spacein

What can you say of a town (or What can you say except to express horse took fright slipped on the a national cemetery when
renewed faith that the wet clay and fell, breaking the available but no such space
county; ) that. necessary whlffle-tree and the hold-back is available in Florida, Crosby
leadership will arise to
straps and, In getting up. got said and on a very limited
traces the dilemma of going broke these problems-- and that they can clear of the shafts. But the basis elsewhere.

6r !having to raise utility; rates and/or and must be solved with the sacrifice driver held on to the reins and Crosby said that at least 50 ,

taxes on Its already hard-pressed and cooperation of all parties con- the horse, cavorting around, per cent of Bradrord County
cerned. again slipped and fell this families are affected In some
citizenry.Is time Just behind the buggy, thus way by VA benefits. Around
arresting its backward move- 10 to IS veterans enter VA <:,
confronted by deterioration of If this enumeration of shortcomingssounds ment down-hill. hospitals in Lake City and r 1 -

its central business district and faces overly pessimistic as to the Fortunately, Mr. Howell's Gainesville for treatment each

the future with no firm plan for over- future of our town and county; it is house was now nearby. The week from Bradford County, Marshal, Probe Ashes For Clus.Manager I II
coming this creeping decay. not meant to be so. We love this community horse was helped up, the buggy he said.
; and have faith in It. secured from retroKressiveac- The Service Officer said he
lion, and we sorely tried pilgrims was available for assistanceto
-That Is pockmarked with buildingsthat progressed from the sha- veterans, their widows, or
threaten to crumble and endangerthe It has survived many trials in the dow of the valley and soon dependants at the following '-. -. -.
past. the Civil War and the Golden City where times and places At the Vo > .,: '
lives of its citizens but is reluctant days reached the : "." '\,,:tt\-,\ Pi'J, .'. 1 ,
to take steps to condemn such of Reconstruction. the "Big Freezes" basking in front of a blissful cational-Technical Center, ,', ,"" 1
fire llveoak sticks, we dried Thursday nights at 7 o'clock; I
of the 1890's that destroyed its ''''II; .
, eyesores. our sodden raiment, while sipping at the new American Legion .
promising citrus industry. '. the boll what we thought was celestial Home (as soon as completed), ,.
-That sees its lakes and streams weevil pestilence that ruined its vast nectar, but which was Tuesday nights at 7; and the .

succumbing dally to the inroads of cotton farms. the great depression only Arbuckle's coffee, lIbera- Civil Defense building, by appointment

pollution, with no means of reversing of the 1930's and the boom-bust period lly spiked with "long sweet Saturday mornings.
of Camp Blanding when all of its ening" (cane syrup). Appointments may be made by
this trend that means slow death to resources calling 964-5457.
recreation areas. were stretched to the breaking Peggy was not built when the Preceding Crosby's talk, a
point to cope with problems that make original Fernandina to Cedar program was presented by Lave -

That suffers the loss of its 36- those of today fade into Insignlfance. Key line was pushed through rn Outlaw Jr. and Tony Cast-
year-old State Farmers Market by Starke in the 1850's. The Wanes len, playing) country music and
branch established folk numbers. They were introduced
was as a
fire, on the threshold of a new straw- What can you say of a town like promotion in the early 1900's by Crosby as belnj, .,

berry season. that. a town like ours? when Col. Comer L. Peek a two of the community's outstanding .,

Starke real estate man and young musicians. .. .,

-That is disrupted by internal strife Only that with all of its shortcomings developer Induced Dr J.L. vp. .- :
in Its school system resulting in a we love it still. GasMna, a local physician and Bradford Gets k : :_

joined battle which no one can win northern politician capitalists to Influence, for whomhe some $8,471 in HEW _: _

(successfully.) Only that we have faith it will some- was agent, to build a line Funds for 70
how meet the challenges of the presentand running southwesterly from

That faces the possible loss of the future just as it has met those Starke to Alachua. Fifty million dollars in federal -
revenue from its "life blood" High of the past. Their efforts were successful aid was channeled to .j
and subsequently the Sampson .
Florida counties during 1970, .
Swamp was drained and the .
bringing a wealth of hospital
railroad built through it.Whereit
and welfare assistance, emergency -
" crossed the new G.S. & F.
I line southwest of Starke a new relief and special ser .
vices the state's residents. t 4 "
town, Sampson City; was laid to *, ,r 't .. .'Y awt 1nAc5 _
The total amount received was -- --- ----- ---- -- ---- ---- -'''' '- '4'''''t\
out with! hopes of it becomelng
a "metropolis." The death of 32 per cent over the $38.5 Bob Allen Surveys Ruins.
million amount the U.S. Govern-
The Bradford County the citrus Industry in this part ment spent helping counties in I
= of Florida about that time put
TELEGRAPH :4th g an end to such hopes, however, Bradford received
and Sampson City died aborning. $8,471.22 in HEW (Health Education .,4 I ,<, S
.ESTABLISHED 1MBU ,; ../1' ,
In and Welfare) funds dur- ; .'&1 ; _:
f' those early days the trains -. : It. :
ing 1970 and Union County received .
M.llera ,, leFLOR ; "<
l were never on time, and nobody $51,063.50 in HEW funds ", .ilLi :
I A E S S The Lord Is nigh unto them seemed to mind. Once a rr' J
during the same period.
long stretch of track, built
that are of a broken heart; on
" and saveth such as be of a muck In the lake swamp,
I A S S O TON contrite spirit. Pealm 34, caught fire and took wveraldays 4
9 to rebuild. Another time,
18.) during high water, a big alligator S _
Into the helplessness of our got stuck In a culvert .1 _
... ] MATTIIJEW. lwtnr....... utmost sorrow comes this and caused the overflow from

S.vllslW east Ttaredsv ... intend a i gsue. ''wonderful consolation and Powell Lake to wash part

a. Katies-- alike Seat OfOe .& Start, FlertUef this promise, this reprieve of the track away.Groveleveland. -

..... Let Marc' .rd. ItTt.to this chance ever to begin ". the

............ .... nest! I year *M.| Octettetrsrfe new. Cod will always hear on the branch line, In was the used "First, a man learns to --'
area 1 >...r. ..... us. from the deepest pit of was far too heavy for the talk. After many years, ,he i
despair. light rails and soft track. learns to keep till!1" View Of Burned Market From US-301

Page 10 Telegraph_ March 11, 1971 .

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'J<' <, ,:":' ': .'" ,,,' __ .... _L '_ _ _ __ ___ -- - -- - -- - - ..

Starke Faces Severe FUEL RATE COST Increase t

As Shown By StatelDellts FrolD Recent Issues CH the Florida Power
-- -- - -- --- - --- -

RATIONING DUE TO FUEL-SHORTAGES:? Commission's News DigestCOUNCILMEN fewer Association urged President Nixon

(Washington Poet August 17)--By) Richard yesterday to impose rationing and price controlson
Harwood--The Boston Gas Co. announced weeks fuel oil and coal. The association an '

ago that It would Impart fuel from Algeria to organisation of 1. 400 publicly owned local electric
meet It. need for the coming winter. It could utilities, also urged an antitrust Investigationof
not buy in the United State the natural gas it the concentration of ownership of competing
required. At about the same time the town orBramtr. fuels, suggested a limitation on coal exports '

... Mac*. asked for bid on fuel oil to : CARL HURST and warned that coal and oil shortages threatened
run its generating plant for' another 12 month. NKIL TUCK: I*. CHUM. ftp IT MAYOR' to cause power blackouts and brownouts this
No bide were received. Th. East Ohio Ca. Co. JAM.t. M.RAC CITY !::fc AakH\C? GEOROE "''"' winter along with higher rates, unless "drastic

..rvln, Cleveland and other industrial center. JlMMV. [ MS OWEN m AIMS* MERRILL EDWARDS CLERK K.NN.TM CITY AITORNYORI FUOUA prompt action" was taken. At the same time
last month issued a warning. If th.r. is severe W H, NOCQCL CHIEF| OF. !FOLIC: the chairman of the New York State Public
and wld..pr.ad cold this winter, factories will STARKe. FLORIDA R C. BUFOROFIRK Service Commission called for the establishmentof
have to shut down to provide gas to heat homes, a new Federal regulatory agency to coordinate
, t schools and hospitals. Hundreds of miles to the what he described a. overlapping and in some
, south the country's largest .l.ctric producerthe -- March 10, 1971 cases Inadequate responsibilities of many agenciesin
> Tennessee Valley Authority-oil today controlling the nation's energy supplies.In .
desperately seeking coal to run Its steam plant. an "in tion alert" several weeks ago.
Its normal 60-day stockpiles have dwindled to an the President's Council of Economic Adviser
average supply l.v.l of only 11 day. Some SUBJECT FUEL COST ADJUSTMENT reported that in tl.e first half of this year oil

large plant. have only a four-day coal .upply on prices were rising at an annual rate of 47. 6 percent
hand. and coal price. were rising at a rate of

OIL SHORTAGES MAY FORCE UTILITY RATE In recent months, as these exhibits show, a scarcity of all fuels for power generation 56 per cent a year. In an Interview Mr. Radin
INCREASES FOR CONSUMERS has developed nationwide and fuel costs have soared. The cost of natural gas fuel called these rises "astronomical. He said that
: (Evening Star.
August 19)) -- Worldwide shortages and skyrocketing used in the City's generating plant has risen 76% since June of last year. barrel some East for oil Coast utilities that had paid $1.87 a
a year ago were
prices for fuel oil have hit American now paying up to
utility companies so hard that the r..ult could b. Since the City's annual fuel bill exceeds 190,000.00, it is readily seen that the coal a barrel. Utilities that paid $4 to $5 a ton for

across-the-board utility rate Increase for the increased cost may exceed 60,000.00 annually, if present fuel costs prevail. This he said.a year Petroleum ago are now paying $9 to $11 a ton,

nation's consumers, a high Nixon administration is an added expense which the City cannot absorb, but, like fuel cost adjustmentsfor nation's energy need supplies today while 43 per coal cent of the

official .a,.. The problem Involves re.lduallu.l almost all power suppliers, it must be passed on directly to the consumer. 23 per cent according to the supplies
power association.
oil used principally by heavy Industry and utility Domestic coal ,
consumption including
companies. Since the first of the year the priceof Since monthly sales of electric power by the consumer are about 12,000.00, a fuel expected to total 583 million tons during exports 1970 ,__is "

foreign-produced residual fuel oil has doubled oil adjustment of 10% will provide about U,200.00 monthly additional revenue. The a ejection which. If correct will exceed production -
and American fuel oil prices; have increased by City will absorb the deficit difference. The U,200.00 additional revenue will be by 12 million tons Mr. Radin ..ald."RESIDENT'S .
about 40 per cent. Nearly two-thirds of the reel-
approximately the increase in the cost of fuel to the
operate power plant as shown
dual oil used in this country is Imported.FPC ( ADVISERS MEET ON FUEL
by statements from the supplier at bottom of this page. The adjustment will cost
URGED TO RELAX GAS PRODUCTION for example, on your bill the first charge on the left of your bill is for electric September 2)--By) Richard D.

PRICE RESTRICTIONS;((Wall' Street Journal. amount, if the charge is 3U.80! it will increase $.18, if the charge is 315.50 the The possibility of rationing fuel LyonsWashington this winter to

August 2o--Chicago--The) chairman of the increase will be 31.55 etc. keep some small electric utilities running was

Illinois Commerce Commission joined repunlatlve '! > raised yesterday at a meeting of private power
of the natural ga; Industry in urging tho This rate increase for fuel started in July, 1970 and it was thought to be of short officials with the President' Council of
Federal Power Commission to relax It. production duration, but it continues. This will be the first electric rate increase in over Economic: Advisers. While details of the closed
restriction on the fuel. At a hearing called 30 years for the City of Starke. meeting were not officially made public several
by the FPC to consider proposal for alleviatingthe person who attended the session at the White

current shortage In natural ga* supplies. In The only rate increase in the 30 follows House Executive Offices said there was general
past years are as : back in the middle fiftiesif
the Chicago area, David H. Armstrong. chair- you paid your bill by the tenth of the month a 10% discount was allowed, this was agreement that there would be enough fuel
of the Illinois said continued
man agency use to keep the
major public utilities
of gas I I. b.lng'threatened by difficulties In eleminated and at that time a 10$% utility tax was added, then in 1960 water rates were this winter barring labor power unrest, railroad operating

obtaining new supplies. "All our' major natural increased from $81.3 for 5000 gallons to 2.00 and a sewer charge was also added at delivery problem and extremely bad weather.
gas distributors have filed petitions before our time. But inefficiencies in the coal delivery system

commission. seeking authority to impose limitations make it possible, the source salo, th t some
on the use of gas by new customer. he The City applies this fuel adjustment with regret and reluctance, but has no alternativeto mailer power companies may >e una....... to obtain
said. And he urged that something urn done to passing the charge on to' the consumers. It is the lowest aJus .ent possible and sufficient coal to meet their commitments toconsumers.
reverie the downward trend in exploratory.and it will he removed Just as soon as the fuel market prices return to normal. We are .
developmental well drilling by natural gas hopeful that the present situation will be of short duration.
producer. O. C. Davis. president. o' Natural SENATOR HART URGES FPC TO REJECT:;
Ga. Pipeline Co. of America a subsidiary of NATURAL GAS RATE INCREASES ASKS
People Ga. Co. urged the FPC to Jet a ceiling FTC INVESTIGATION: (Washington Evening Star
Prepared at the request of the Council of Flcrida
price on gas of 32 cent a 1, 000 cubic feet at the City Starke, September 3)--By) Stephen M. Aug -- The
well head. Such a ceiling he declared. would chairman of a Senate Antitrust subcommittee
cause only a "mlnlmallncrea in Natural's urged the Federal Power Commission today to
rates. FPC price ceiling on natural gas (or the ;Merrill Edwards, City ClerkBoost reject rate increases proposed by the natural
company is slightly more' than 19 cents a 1; 001) j gdS industry -- and told the Federal Tra.... Commission -
cubic feet. Ward C. McAllister, president.: of to investigate the adequacy of natural
Peoples Ga Light & Coke Co. another People gas reserves. Sen. Philip A. Hart D-Mich. ,
Gas subsidiary testified that the Increase In gas also suggested in a letter to FPC Chairman
field price to. 32 cent a 1.000 cubic feet would John N. Naaslkas that natural gas producer. may
incrnaje the annual gas bill for an average six-. be "striking" and creating an artificial shortage of
room house in the Chicago. area about I.%: nah.ralga. in order to force consumers --

Your City individuals, utilities, industry -- to pay higher
PUBLIC POWER CROUP URGES PRESIDENT taxes. The unusual move of turning to the FTC
NIXON TO IMPOSE RATIONING PRICE was taken Hart said in a letter to Everette
CONTROLS ON OIL. COAL: (!New York Times, Maclntyre acting trade commission chairman
September l--By) Robert D. McFadden-- because the FPC lacks the power to requirethe
Citing a critical national shortage fuels and natural gas industry to supply figures on
"rapidly escalating" prices, the American Public reserves.MJ .

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Day of Prayer
PINE LEVEL Services Held

Observed by For Mrs. WilliamsAt
Community News
Three Churches Raiford Church
The prayers of all nations CHURCH NEWS .j.
encircled the globe on March Florida Youth Fellow .dp Mrs Sunshine Hundley Wil
5 when 155 countries observed meeting was held at the church. ,Hams 58, died Friday March .
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World Day of Prayer. Local Each church sponsored Its ''5, after a sudden illness while t-; I III I :i

churches united for this observance speaker and program for the visiting relatives in Donaldson-
under the auspices of evening.We vllle, Ga. She was born in
St. Anne's Episcopal Church were very glad to have Danville Cm. on Dec. 5. 1914. CONGREGATIONAL, HOLINESS. CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST !t';

Joined the Cousins Way Baptist church and had lived at Raiford for 38 CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Sunday BAPTIST MISSION Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.;; .'
tltsRCommunityChurch. choir from Tucker Ca.with us. where she was employed Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
years, Worship
amYouth Communion
lic Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng Morning II U.S. 301 North behind Taste Morning Worship and ,
Mrs. N. Watson Hardenbergh. The choir .Is under the direct- as a mall censor and matronat ;(;Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Worship, U a.m. Sunday Fellowship 8 Frees Drive In Service 11 ajn. Evening ;.:
p.rn.Choir Prac ,
genera chairman brought the ion of Bobby Sapp, former director the State Prison. She wasa )'Service 6:00 p.m.Evening Worship .Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night lice, Wednesday 8 pjn. School 10 ajn. Worship Service Worship service 6. ..' ."
of Pine Level. BobbyIs member of the Raiford 7 .'
Baptist p.m.Thursday
based on the words -
message Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 ajn. and 7 pm Prayer Wednesday Worship service "
of the l late Martin Luther King: doing! a great Job. Ills choiris Church. night Prayer Meet Meeting, Friday 7:30: p.m. 5lervlce:; 7:30::) pjn. Wednes 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. BelL '. .'.
Even though we face the difficulties composed of fifty; singers. Surviving is her husband, W. 7:30 p.m. --Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor. -' .
of today and tomorrow The food committee under Harvey Williams of Raiford; Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ',
I still have a dream. ." the direction of Mrs. O.R. Al- her mother Mrs. Emma H. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- Grtf fls, associate: pester .
Mrs. Hardenbergh has travelled versa Jr. really does a good Hundley Jacksonville; one SMYRNA MISSIONARY Ing Worship 1L Training Union,
extensively and observed that Job. We had plenty; of food. daughter Mrs BettySapp, RaI- BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30. Sunday School' 10 a.m. Morning
Miss Gall Reddish will show ford two sisters Mrs. Rivers DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 ajn. Evening .
man will fcnot fulfill the "New ; 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Life" until ,the barriers now slides Sunday night at the Bradley Jacksonville;and Mrs. : Sunday School 10 a.m. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER Worship 7.-James Shaw pas- .' '.
separating nations are re- church. Miss Reddish will soon Mildred Hazen Mobile Ala.; Preaching 11 ajn. Training Union 11 a.m.; Evening Worship.! Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- tor. :. .r
moved. ,. return to Peru. So please be in and one grandson. 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30: p.m.j Prayer Meeting 7:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 .
; Worship. 11
iltting In the program were! church and see the Interesting Funeral services were held ship 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. ajn.: Evening p.m. Training Union, 8 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCII '. '
Mrs. Amy McElralh from St. slides. at 2 p.m. Sunday In the Rai -Elder A.G. Flynn pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West. Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER FLA. :
Anne's; Mrs. William Danla The Ladies Prayer Croup ford Baptist Church with Rev. Meeting 7:30: Saunders Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday .n'
Mrs. Harold/ Sutton, Mrs. Dan meets each Sunday night at 6. Aaron Singletary officiating CHURCH OF COD -Rev. J.C. pastor. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10( a.m. Ron Bristol ..;

Pater Mrs. Ralph Naples, and Last Sunday night Mrs. Jerry assisted by Rev. William Wil- OF PROPHECY BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Superintendent.Training Union .
Mrs. Joe Wallace representing Dyal led the program son. Interment was In Sapp Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m. MornWorship MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Worship 11 a.m. and 7 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas
St. William's; and Mrs.Barry On our prayer list were Ralph Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Worship 11 a.m. Young Ing Evening pjn. Director. Worship Services 11 .
Merritt in Gainesville Medical Funeral Home In charge. Union 7 p.m. Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday ,,,'.
Wyman, Mrs. Richard People's Service 6 p.m. -Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. ajn., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,mu-
School 11 Morning Worship
Lucille is 8 Wednesday Night a.m. .,"
Sunderland and Mrs. Mike Red- Center; Lovell who Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. p.m. sic director. .'
fearn from the Community; home; Donald Carter; the Dyal Wednesday Prayer Meeting, service 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 pjn. Training Union '.'
Church boy; Mrs. Strickland; Nellie MADISON STREET welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST '.
A feature of the musical program and Nellie Hutson. BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Come and worship L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Highway 125 Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST '
Opportunities for service: with us. vices. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. ;. .
the Lord's "
set to music from a West Indian Sunday School 9:43! ; MornIng -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun- Sunday School :TralnI .
Worship at 11; Training GREATER day Night Service 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship II.
chant and accompaniedon WMU Prayer Circle BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. Prayer Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service ..
the organ by Mrs. Newton CARD OF THANKS Union, 6:15: ; FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH 11 Pre- Wednesday Meeting ,
Morning Worship ajn. 7:30. Midweek
Hook. 7:15; Evening Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Young 7:30: p.m. Rev. Albert Knight
Services (Booster Band
After the program those attending Many thanks to everyone for 7:30. School 9:30: : Morning Worship People and Prayer Service), f Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; pastor Service 7:30.: .,
Practice -Rev.
Choir 11 EvenIng L. Tommy Howe.
Youth Morning Worship a.m. .
the Monday- .
their thoughtfulness during 11
were invited to Join In ; League, 4p.m.Night! Service, Evening Worship 7 p.m pastor,
illness and death of our beloved 7 p.m. 6 p.m. Worship 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer LAURA .
fellowship and refreshments in p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCH ,
Mrs. William Mother especially the doctors Tuesday-.Mlulon Friends pastor Meeting and Bible Study 7p.m. Sunday School 9:45: ajn. '.
the parish house. 1
Strickland ;
7:30: ( Rev. John '
Acteeni, 3:30. p.m. Study Book of Psalms.G.F. .
on .
Girls in Action
Bartlett and Mrs. Mike Hanks and hospital staff. Out thanks Pastor. Morning Worship 11 a.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST '
were co-hostesses for this social also for the food that was RA's 6 p.m.WednesdayFamily. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Prevail pastor. Everyone lnWorship, 7:30: p.m. MId- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS .
hour The long table was brought In, the lovely flowers Night STARKE CHURCH Welcome. week Bible Study:\ Wednesday 1404 E. Bessent Road
covered with a white cloth and and all the kind things that Supper 6:30; Prayer Meeting Sunday School 9:45 Morning HOPE BAPTIST Theressa) 7:30: p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a. '. .

centered with an arrangementof were said. Everyone's deed was 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice Worship 11; Junior and; Senior Sunday(Highway School-100 at a.m.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURT" Be in church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch":" "l, 10 a.m. Sac- ...

spring flowers. greatly family.appreciated.The Stewart 8:30.Denton: Sumrall pastor. MYF groups 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday SCb.) ... Frank Jarvis pastor.W ranent: 6 p.m.
Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 p.m. ; Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.

7 pjn. Prayer Meeting Ing Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45: ajn. Evening Service.7:15 WE dfi IT TuesdayPrimary. 4:30: p.m. .
7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Night Prayer Ser _'U Wednesday Relief Society;
Wednesday p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- p& it for you Off,e 7:30 .',
7:45. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 6:30 Supplies : p.m.Jesse
RUBY DOBBS day : pjn. Furniture Equip.fleet. D. .':
-DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Packham pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Bradford County: President Branson. Branch

I HAVE Ceramic SaleA' LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL .. Telegraph. r. '.
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Rd. 16 At Rd. 121 Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; J..A..{ n ,,1''' : .. .
QUESTION/ Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth y
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Raiford, Florida Service 6 pan.; Evening Worship
BQUrYWINCOME Phone 431-1881 7 pm.Tuesday.Prayer Meeting 7:30 The Church 1. ,

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Rowing Service Slip .p.m.Rev.
W.B. Chauncey. J
"' Per Gal i i"l i"lf : '
Your Own CHURCH f ,
I TAX Green Ware Bisque Sunday Morning Worship .4 / '.'
9:45; Sunday School 11. Sunday
Finished Items Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Train and WATERSw lu /
ing Union, 7:30.Thursday ( r
h .
H BLOCK guaranteesthejjiccuracy ,
Teachers and Officers
of every re-ii.MPLITI Meeting 6:30.: Prayer a/II./ .

luri&Ue. prepare. If a qu.- $ Meeting 7:30.Edward: ( The church plant the teed of faith" waters and tills the foil. t ip '::
lion arises about your rte ** IUIW* C. Harvey pastor.
turn call the nearest New Location. .. "
5 Thru are the thing that a church can do. and no mere
BLOCK office We'll standby
you at no extra cott. f METHODIST CHURCH then God provide the love and life-giving estential The '
It'I'lu.t one of the manyy.ar'raundservicesyoucan |rim| | :':
Sunday School 10 MornIng .
a.m. lr.
1 up electric Worship II growth then depends on the type of toil, .1.I it i barren ,
expect at H & R BLOCK.. .. .,,:;.., a.m. Youth Service

OUAHANIII r 7:30 6 pjn. Evening Worship .nedlO<'r. or fertile., Your life with God will grow according,
w. guarantee ectwratc preparation ml evtry tea r.ffvrn.. COMPLETE; : pjn.
I Ii If W. make any. error th.t ...t yen eny ptnalry orlm Jj Neal Starling I .
.r.i/, w. wilt ,.y that pa..It .. I..t...... REPAm SERVICE Rev. pastor to your will and desire

CONDITIONING "Bltfftd it the man 'thai walkrth' not in the counsel cf Ihf nI .' .

\iID 414:0' Moved .To 344 N. Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng ungodly nor ,''and"rhn/ 'the way of .inn"". nor tillflli' : in .
AMERICA'S LARGEST TAX SERVICE WITH OVER 5000 OFFIuS Walnut 24 lire. Worship, 1 ajn.; Evening ':. ',
Phone 964-3835 Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer the seat of the icornful.' But hit delight' it in 'the l law of the ..
Meeting and Bible Study, "

7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- lord. and in hit. lam dolh ht meditate, day! and "'!;Ihl./ And t .
I I.
Ing every Monday 7 p.m.
G.F. Prevatt pastor. Every he hall tie "like a tree planted by the noert of motor," ; s i'I u s 1'CIQ4. '.

one Welcome. ., ".

ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC tin Chunk. h MI i ortoMti, ...", In 'IKhw ;tr ,.:-a: ::
CHURCH STARKE ..W IK iptodlni Hit knewlrij, it Nil lo.. ; t ..''
Father James Cregan, pastor. ... .
tM man Mtf tf Nil .04 fw men I I.tmtfontIt .
: Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday! Hot .ten tf .torinf. hit M<.hNl W.lhoulIhH .'
Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass ifMrrftaf" ,III Hit. )h" tf God, m f...m .
7p.m. af1V T1q mail .r alai, tf n, tf, Htt mil, ...., ':
4je Confessions -- Saturday 6 ii. revo..n/"". trMdwm" whkh wt hold, M :
pjn. g hen wiH. .fMvlltklr" pfriill..., Thtilfifl' tvtnIrtm .'
School of Religion: ... MlfliA,phd' '...,".Ihoultf mpfwl' .
Grade School -- Sunday 11 HM. Own. II, Hit Mil tl" /Hit ..If..f ftMiMM .:
to 12 ; .... ,. ...
ij a.m. noon. tni tut ''r. hptn MMI. ht ", :.
High School -- Wednesday -'lfl\! .... ,
ptritfl thtwlri wh.l4.nd.ekl,4 ftlIkt ."......;:.
7 to 8 p.m. Oiwik. kwtvn H Itlli it... Irutti' tbtulmm .....

hit' d.eh.M.. *.....,. "Hit" 'Inilti wh.ih. :
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC .,... win., ul him,. I hit .It Iht.. It liiW., .1.1W f
Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy

,' Day Mass 3:30 pjn.
CW_. u. .....

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Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning .
Worship at 11. Training .
Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship .
7:30. Wednesday Prayer STARKE 66"Cd4

Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. FLORIDA SERVICE
Odom Jr., pastor.

ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL .,;:)V' .: EST Bill Edwards l'h. 964.7231

CHURCH STARKE Tire TruingHeadlight
r Sunday School 9:45: a.m. -_-u. ? ONTROL
0 Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Adjusting .
Sundays 11 a.m. Morning Prayer
2nd 4th and 5th Sunday I oEMIUIL co. Brake Service :
11 a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111

Lenten service Wed. nights, Wheel )Balance( and

7:30 p.m., prayer sermon and
discussion. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE" 539!) E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment :

EYC-Sundays, 6 p.m. 301 Phone 964.5745 for FREE PROMPT( ROAD SERVICE :
Hlway and 100
-John M. Flynn Rector AU Minor
Inspections and Estimates Repairs
tlO S. Temple Starke

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke ,.


Opportunities for service: STARKE BUILDERS BRADFORD
Sunday Sunday School. 9:45: EDWARDS

Morning Worship at II, sermon }:
: "The Christian's Cross". SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO. :

Light on a budgets Training Union, 6:15: ; EvenIng -
Worship 7:30: sermon: The Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries-Meats-Feed Better Service For Your
HIM and Fall of King isaul".
Monday: Youth Choir Practice. Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems :

Dec trtc rates... ....down 7 p.ra.Tuesday .- Junior Choir GirlsIn and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts :

eleven times Una 119571 Action, 3:30 pjn.; Girls In
U. S. 301 South Starke
4:11Wednesday Title Insurance
Here* a fact that sheds new Iisht:0:' wonder, then, that you use Action : Family Night "Check With Us First"

on the Inflation. situation: electricity: : so much, and in so many Supper 6 Prayer Meet- PHONE 964.5312 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
p.m.; St. 964. 1)70 :
I' 219 Washington
while most prices ha\e been rising wavs, to serve your comfort .,.: R.A. Meeting Girls In
sky-high, the price of electricity and convenience.: : It's the biggest .4 Action 6:30; Teachers and Of.fleers -
has gone due n. And oollon. In fact, bargain in jour budget! Meeting 7:15 Church
the average price: paid per ,' "" Choir Practice 8:15. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
kilowatt hour by I hPL-sened """ ;'' ';s ThursdaychurchW1deVl

families today Is one-third less, r- '"I'>. ': sitation 7 p.m. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

than it was In 1957. .__....,...c__ Associations
Saturday : :
.. ..... .
Youth Night, Madison Street : -Keyvtone Height*-Phone 473.4911

Baptist Church. 7:30: p.m., .. .'
W.A.. Hagar, Pastor

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Keystone Hi lies a electric An all-expenses-paid youth tour to the rural na Extending Limits

tion's capital city will be a- ,

r By GLORIA REDFEARN | r News NotesBy l Electric warded Cooperative's to winners of annual Clay :

Call 473-3288 or 473-4182 1 By H l.n Egan essay writing contest, E.T.

p .... Martin, general manager of the Services
announced yesterday.All City
COMMUNITY CHURCHThe 9:30 Mrs. Ruth Creeson
ROTAIU CLUB North East Florida Travel : high school juniors In
will be the
General Meeting Mrs. A. Ketch
monthly -
Judge! Theron Yawn, In a most League played In Jacksonvilleat of the Church Women was hostess with Mrs. Greeson as- the area served by the cooper- .
Gator Lanes on February
Interesting talk, told Keystone Circles ative are eligible to enter the
Rotarians and guest of many 14. DeWitt C. Jones,local team, held on Monday evening, March sisting. The evening contest, Martin snld. Local win- FIIA officials told Keystone treatment plant from the Environmental stemmed from mismanagement

nice things being done by the took two points from opposing I I. at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Barry meet as follows- Nightingales chairman) ners will Join the winners of Heights city; council about Protection Agency of a previous similar establishment

young people In the area. Judge team, Halifax Lanes of Day- Wyman presided and introducedMrs. (Mrs. James Cook home similar contests sponsored by grants and loans for municipal under the Florida Air and Wa- when contrary to the
tona. Charlotte Culpepper had L.C. Gayle, devotional meets at 7:45 at the Pollution Control Board, original agreement with tii*
Yawn, who was Introduced by Mrs. other electric co-ops across water and sewage systems at ter .
S.E. McKay, commented forcefully high game 204. for local team, chairman, who said that Mrs. of Mrs. Ray Ingraham,Rebec- Florida on the 1971 rural elec- Tuesday evening's meeting, anda he added.In council, an adult was not always -
who also posted high series Roy Turkentt, one of the younger Cook will co-hostess; meeting February the premises.
on the tendency of news Er- tric youth tour. All expenses special meeting was set for a special on
for team of 706. The local members, would speak on cas meet at 8 p.m. Mrs. 25 the council passed a reso- McDanlels said he plannedto
media to over emphasize reports I ?" chairman will of the five-day trip, starting next Monday, March 1 IS, at 7:30to ,
of misbehavior by a relatively team will be playing In Day- "Are You Hard To Live"With nest McLean June 14, will be paid by Clay discuss extending the city; lution asking county; commissioners Install two pool tables, mu-

few young people. On tona on March 14. "Beginning with me, Fran meet with Mrs. Marguerite Electric, Martin said. limits and city; water. to continue the Clay sic box and a snack bar in

the other hand the news media NOTICEIt said, her study "was a very Henchel on Half Moon Lake. Entrants will be required to Albert Stevens and Bill Weathers County comprehensive water the center, plus available literature ..
would be appreciated If the personal message. God Is try- and throughoutthe and visual aids. He
pays scant attention or Ignores submit a 500-word essay on from the Farmers' Home sewage survey
entirely commendable work by person knowing the whereabouts Ing to tell" you what to do In EASTERN STAR meetingof their choice of five subjects Administration In Gainesvillesaid county.; Such a comprehensive said he would have an adult

the young folks. Some specific of Post Office letter scales] 16 the home The final Chapter 1970- pertaining to rural electrifica an engineer would appraise county; survey would affect (over 21)) present at all times

cases mentioned were by Individuals ozs, gold In color with black Mrs. Walter Crollck, pro- the OES for the March year 2 at tion. Resource materials are the existing water system, and the status of an F11A loan the place was open, and Intended -

Calvin Adams, 14, lettering saying Post Office gram chairman Introduced 1971 was held on available from the cooperativeoffice evaluate the need. Loans can or grant after October I, 1971 "to make It a beneficial -

who has prepared a list of customers Property; would bring It back Myles Banks, Social Security; 8 p.m. In the chapter Reed room.and or by writing to Clay be used to purchase existing but not at the present time place to the community.; "
leaving It where It was locatedIn director for Clay and PutnamCo. Worthy Matron Jo Electric Weathers said. He said he had discussed tile
whom he calls at reg- at the Keystone Heights, attention water or sewer systems Mr.
ular Intervals and asks for yard the Post Office lobby as He maintains an office In Worthy Patron presided which Power Use Department, Weathers said, and grants are Mrs. S.E. Kennedy, operator project with local pastors, and

work; Lynne Green, who ivas it was put there for the con- Palatka, on Tuesdays. Wed- regular business meeting This the manager said. for developing or extending facilities. of the Keystone Water Co., attended an adult advisory committeehad

scheduled for the lead tn( a venience of patrons weighing nesdays and Thursdays from was annual reports. was of Essays will be Judged on the Loans may be up to Tuesday evening's coun- been suggested, and he

school play! worked several their letters. 9:30: to 2:30.: The Green Cove followed by conducted the ceremony by both basis of.: knowledge of subject, 40 years, at a present Interest cil meeting to explain plansto agreed with this Idea.

months, though: 111, spent 2 Springs office is open only on Initiation Matron and Worthy Patron 40""t' ; originality; 30%; compo rate of five percent. The aver- Install a six-Inch pipe out

weeks In the hospital, but was GOLF COURSE Thursdays. Both offices are in Worthy of sition. 10%; neatness, 10%; and age user cost Is set similar Jasmine Avenue toward Sun- '
Several from the Keystone the Jacksonville District. and the five points shine Park and ask the cityto The stand Is to be
ready on: opening night Rebecca men grammar, 10%. to that In the surrounding area, produce
; Star officers.
McMillan, winner of DistrIct Golf and Country Club Social Security Is so little the emblematic Linnle Rho- The contest is open to high and water systems pay for put In a fire hydrant in the located In the open area of

4, American Legion's Oratorc played In the Azalea Tournament understood and Mr. Banks gavea The Initiate was Initiated school juniors within Clay E- themselves on this basis ordinarily area. She agreed with Mayor the station with the front enclosed -
..l Contest In Palatka In conjunctionwith splendid Informative help. den who was unable to lectrlc's service area, and the he said. Ray Starnes' explanation that the wire screening.
Commendable work by organizations their Azalea Festival ful explanation of the program. at the Feb. cere-his application deadline is March Sewage disposal systems cost the six owners of the water Hours set as a limit for closing -

scarcely noticed or Week. Other happenings werea Based half Retirement Benefits mony due to the passing of 8. more to operate, and usually company would like to sell It. were 10 p.m. on school

entirey overlooked. High Beauty; Pageant, Flower Show for retirees over 65 and mother on the 15th. Deadline for submitting essays require additional Income to and that some of the present nights, and 12 p.m. other

Schoo'! bands, who work for and a tour of homes. Those Medicare; he advised persons It was announced that) Home the Is April 13. keep the sewage fee from being 500 ushers were outside the nights. McDaniel said he

hours to prepare for local entertainment attending] the golf tournament under 65 of the other half of Masonic (Eastern Star needed hos- This Is the seventh year that too high, he said. ThereIs city; limits. Stevens and Weathers planned to open the produce

F.F.A. pullIcser- from Keystone were: KentCan- benefits such as disability and In St Petersburg of Clay Electric has sponsored an a possibility; of a grant of said that FHA approved stand at 10 a.m.

vice in cleaning; up old! Bradford trell Gordon Bullock, Jim survivors benefits, and sugges- pital gowns, and members to essay-writing contest. Last up to 33 percent for a sewageINDIAN extension of city; water lines In other business, construc- .

Courthouse yard 4H mem- Chesslngton, Bob Hayes, Don ted that any one under 60 should the Chapter gladly offered year's winners were: Sandra outside the city; limits, and did tion progress at the airport

bore domestic: science; and Shackleford, John Huddler, get valid proof of age and start make these gowns (about 2 doz- Tompkins, Sheila Yarbrough, I not deny the city; the right to was reported as to having the

raising livestock D.C.T, stu- Huntley Redfearn, Sr., Wally now.The en) as soon as possible. learn and Paula Robbins, all of Un- have rates higher In these out- well dug, with the hangar build- -
; to
dents who work while goingto Muhlhoffer, Fred Moore and business meeting was regretted ion County; High School; and BEACHLake lying areas. Ing due next week. Roughed-In
President Wy that Chapter member George Starnes said facts and Is done and the foundation
school and learning a trade. Joe Petrock. presided over by ) Jean Ann Jones of Clay Jun- Mayor plumbing -
and Girl Scout Troops The Ladies regular monthly man, with Mrs. Carolyn Wag Young (former Keystoner now ior-Senior High, Green Cove fieures concerning extending ready for the building.
Boy ,
Brownie Troops who visit the business meeting and luncheonwas ner reading the minutes of the living in Orange 32763)City) ((1800 E. Springs.As ( Santa Fe) the city; limits beyond exist- An FAA schedule of airport

Starke Nursing Home regularly held last Thursday. Hos- last general meeting; and Mrs. Graves Ave. was to undergo participants in the 1971 Brt Michael H. ChlUy ing boundaries were now on fees Is on order, to determine

with gifts they make them- tesses were Kitty; McGlave, Ralph Barker giving a final surgery at Link Memorial Youth Tour, local contest win- Phone 475-1612 hand, and next Monday's meet- hangar rental charges. The city;

and conducting a Given Bachmann and Mary Ar report of the Treasurer as Hospital in DeLand. ners will travel by air to WashIngton Ing date was set for a special police car has been overhauled,
Church Choir song nold who assisted the Social of March 1. With all commit- Mrs. Edith Nicholson's mo- D.C., where they will Greetings, friends and neigh- meeting to discuss both Issues.An and a public hearing Is to be
service Baptist
; ments to date having been ther, who until she suffered a license fora set for changing the char-
of 80 people who Chairman, Voncllle Ketch. paid, spend five days visiting places bors, from your Rolling-Repor occupational city;
group religious young music witha Twenty-six; had luncheon along slightly under $1,000 Is the hip fracture, occasionally vis-, of historical Interest and see- ter. I'm not sure about every- family recreation center and ter to have the offices of tax
present with balance. With such a fine ited the Keystone Chapter, cele- I stand at Candy's old assessor and tax collector deleted
modern Beat Science Fair- one guest Gall Brown, report Ing the nation's government In body else, but know this ole produce -
; and with the of brated her 96th birthday on service granted to The council voted to crack
430 projects entered In the guest: of Kitty Martin. approval action.On feller has sure been enjoyingthat station! was :
hte Executive another March I I. down those who have not
Board on
early Spring weather we'vebeen George McDaniel at Tuesday
Senior Division, over 209() hun- Wednesday, Juno 16, the
As Is
customary a courtesyIs
PERSONALSMrs. custom dish cart and purchased occupational licenses.
type; trays having lately. Not only evening's council meeting. -
In the lower Rota.ry's will meet approximately
grades -
; C.W. Hardy of Silver for dishes and silverware, was always extended to a retiring group because I can get outside and Ol..lon>i. on the issue .
Interact Club, repainted and Wor- 1,000 people from 30
Lake has returned from a visit ordered Mrs. II.A. Gaunt, kit- Worthy young fish, and so on, but it's cer- I .
that had been coordin-
school building states for
thy Patron. As usual, the tine a program
with relatives in New chen chairman, had a cart on to When
Smyrna. tainly a help my news.
marked Andof there ated b' the National Rural Electric
course, -
up. courtesies from the of Mrs.
are those who take part in Mrs. Raymond Crabtree Is In display, a much needed Item, pen ;Cooperative Associationand people have to stay In because GUS &; MITCHKOZY
Vera Ownbey were most colorful -
the hospital following surgery as activities of the Community of bad weather, there's not
athletics, drill teams, etc. with the RKA. The program
local and we hope she will be home Church Increase as to atten- and Intermingled will much news at all. My mother, PILLOW MOTEL
Judge Yawn complimented dance. much humor and good feeling. feature presentations by Cricket and Lamarand
very soon. Gladys
media for commentson officials of these organizationsand
news :
Also on display of When one doe3 a heartfeltand Malphurs went AND RESTAURANTDAILY
Mrs. Ed O'Donoghue Is con- was one over to visit
worthwhile local youth ac- other Washington personalities -
valescing at home following two lovely white nylon and lace meaningful office, there Buddy and Merle Ellis Satur-
tivities. While more expert Individuals and the and possibly a memberof
Is always a reward,
tablecloths, fashioned by Mrs. and WEEKLY MONTHLY RATES
head- surgery. Hope to see you uj the President's family. day night to pick up my -
or groups get thrilled to learn
( and around soon. Thomas Norwood with Mrs.J.A. Chapter Is A will father, James who had been WITH ROOM 8. BOARD OR WITHOUT
lines for doing the things they that Worthy Matron Jo Heed fun-filled "shindig" -
Williams assisting. Two tea with
fishing and Alfred
do review of the worthwhile Mrs. F.T. Hogue Is home climax the day's events. Buddy
been honored being
has by appointed -
table covers are ready for the Hudson. Sunday I had dinner HOME-COOKED MEALS
after visiting with relatives In HOME MADE SOUP
things done by the many em- Grand Escort to Mary High school Juniors wishingto
annual (17th) Sliver Tea of with Otis Melton and
phasizes the small number of Jacksonville.Mr. Laura Johnson Grand Treas- enter this Youth Tour to family, STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD
March 19 at 2 In educa-
P.m. and he had with me.
those who err. Judge Yawn and Mrs. J.L. Hendersonwere of the Grand Chapter of Washington Contest may ob- supper
In Andalusia Ala. tional building (by reservationonly urer Mr. cams our new next-door Highway 100 One Mile Wet Keystone Heights
received many commendationsfrom for the weekend. ). Mrs. James Cook Is Gen Florida at the April Annual tain an application from any neighbor had supper with my or write Box 49, Lake Geneva, Fla.
Individual rotarians after Grand Chapter Meeting.On of Clay Electee's District offices -
Chairmanreservations parents. He and his wife moved
his talk.A Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. eral March 13 at 8 p.m., Open or by writing Youth Tour,
sparkling addition to JuduVawn's Arthur Mannerlng and family are by Mrs. Mike Redfearn. Installation of officers for 1971- Clay Electric Cooperative, Box Into the Norsworthy house last
473-4182 (amJ week. She works Sun
Is at land. It
whose phone
the death of her husband
talk was a country mu- upon 72 will be held. Relatives and 308 Keystone Heights, Fla.
week's only to have
In last paper new friendly
sic program by Lavern Outlaw, last week. friends of the Order are cor- 326S6.
Jr. and Tony Castlen. Two fine Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Red part of the Musical programwas dially Invited. At that time the neighbors. GAINESVILLEBusiness
The second Since there Is not much fishIng
announced. part
young men whose! music was fearn, Sr. were In Palm Beach Golden Link (Circle) of Past A. F. ManneringArthur -
Gardens last week and attended will be a short skit In which news this week, I'll put It
enjoyed soundly applauded. Matron the Chapter will be
will take In here. Griffin's (
Kennle Bonner Lodge east
the PGA Golf Tournament. young
Visitors Included Mrs S.E. the part of the boy. in place with the others, which F. Mannering, 81, of shore) had Paul Stelmmetz and
McKay, Mrs. Melba Ilgen, Mrs. Don't forget the Womanless Members furnishing table and hangs on the north wall of Keystone Heights, died Thursday party and Denny Owen, Gary Directory
Wedding to be Friday eve-
Macelelne] Smith and John
the Chapter Room.
Cook March 4, In a Gainesville Mayfield party).
Brown. ning, March 12, presented by equipment, Mrs. requests and ; all of Atlanta -
the Womans Club at the club- they be brought In on Thurs- MELROSE MASONIC LODC.TAmericanism hospitiil. A native of Missouri, over the weekend. Mon-

BOWLING NEWS house. day morning, the 18th from 9- Night will t he> he was a retired carpenterand day, Roy got 3 bass, the lar- At'TO SALESBRASINGTON I (;JAIUEN) : SUPPLIES;
12, and be set up by the donor. a member of the Chris- gest 7 !Ibs., Wednesday, he got
Mrs. A.P. Hallman, Missionary observed by the Lodge on Tuesday tian Church. lie came to Key- 7 bass In all the storm we had.

Chairman, reported that at March 23, at 6:30 p.m. stone Heights 14 years ago from Thursday he and Matt A-
Johnson Faris
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home the April 5 General Meetingat In the Masonic Hall. A fish Chicago. rends got 8 bass and 10 on Inc.
with all the trim-
7:30: Mrs. Donald Harden- fry dinner Surviving are his wife, Exa Friday. Saturday morning Roy CADILLAC OI.DSMOBILE: SEEDS! PLANTS
brook of Starke will talk on mings will be served. Mannering; daughters, Mrs. and Bill Groves got 3 bass up -_ -
Far East Masons their families and Marie Stepehenson Oaklawn, SALES: & MCKMCCFine ..n..II\.I.\ Pel SuppllCHFEIITILI7EKS
STARKE her travels In the to 6 Ibs. Alan and Mr. Barrin-
articles she Invited lends are cordially 111.; and Mrs. Juanita Sheriff,
and will display ger caught bass every day, the .
SHrrtlon of Lard Cam
PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE has brought back. urged to attend. A programwill Chicago, III.; one son, Jack largest 10 Ibs.Shipman's Mr Itrnl FrrtllUor (Spreader.
Circle follow the dinner. Master Mannering, Elmhurst, Ill. six fallen On Cadillac Trades 221 .
The Rebeccas mem- ; (west shore) reports N.W. 8lh' Pl J7H-047S
of Ceremonies for the .2001) N.\V. Jllli Ph. 378-5JOI
their Interests grandchildren, one great-
bers are sponsoring that the specs are on the
In the Starke Nursing will be our own Worthy Bro- grandchild. beds. B.J. Teuton and son boated GLASS

HEIGHTSPHONE Home, and other Circle mem- ther Huel S. Halloway. Funeral services were held 42 specs, Mr. and Mrs. Greg

47.1-3176: bers Joined In sending a large at 3 p.m. Sunday In Jones Me- Dampler, 38 specs; Mr. and
assortment of facial tissues to FRIENDSHIPTo morial Chapel, Keystone Mrs. Tony Plggrem 56 specs. Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA LIDDELL

the home. Members were urgedto be a friend, a man should Heights with Rev. Stewart Me- Trevor Williamson caught 22

visit this Nursing Home strive to lift people up, not Cord officiating Interment was bass the last two weeks and Glass Company
cast them down: to encourage, in the Keystone Heights Cemetery
where several local people are C.A. Rodibaugh caught 10 bass
so well cared for, but all need not discourage: to set an example with DeWitt C. Jones Fun- the past week. Bob Shipman and 4 wheel drive and cars "( Ia** For Every: rurpoM"
visitors. that will be an Inspir- eral Trevor caught 25 catfish from Sale. Part. Service Store Fronts Mi mi*
ation to others.
Copies of the Church Women'sConatitution Winton C. Keeth. Worshipful the dock.: ('Iran. Used! 1 Toyota .'Tub Enclosure--Show'ers

John M. had the amendment and By-Laws of Nov., with 1970 Secretary.Master; Ansel P. Hallman, C. F. SampsonClarence Pat Flllmon Heights,and Mae girls Wattersonand of Keystone 1700 N, Main 37h.I2GOI 1 Furniture Tops Clung Replaced

were distributed. Copies are girls of Starke, and Joyce
a new car f---- available to those unable to A REMINDER F,Sampson, 76, died Barton were In Plant City; and NEW LOCATION

attend. Today Is Fellowship Club cov- Wednesday, March 3, after an Tampa last weekend visiting Scanty I Academy 1228 So. Main G.ln..nlJh'37118t'I
extended Illness. lie was a native ; 1102MEN'S
relatives. Monday night, Joyce
his mind ered dish luncheon in Lions
on CIRCLE MEETINGSDate Club of New York and a retired visited) Fred ThIeman who Is In
at 12:30.: Special guest
:- March 15- The four speaker, Mrs. Lester Sheets, poultryman.: the hospital In Jacksonville POWELL'S WEAR

afternoon Circles meet at 1:30 and her companion, "Seeing Surviving are his wife, Helen having undergone surgery on
p.m. They are Mrs. Roy Turk- Sampson, Panama City; and one Monday. Joyce talked to Corine Beauty Academy I
Eye dog "Beauty"; .
sister Mrs. Earl Butler Fair- STAG 'N DRAG
nett's Q) with Mrs. Axel Malm- Thursday night and she said

gren with Mrs. Henry Ogden PERSONALS port, N.Y.Funeral. he Is doing much better now. Learn a Profession In Your3poro

as co-hostess; Mrs. A. Vance Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Kyleof services were held Hope you are soon up and about, Time. Full or part Time Griffon Suit.
Charles at II a.m. Saturday at the grave- Arrow Shlrto-Flomhrlm.. She
Circle 01) with Mrs. Lakewood, N.J. were week- Fred. 219 NW. 10th 378-2766
Titus and Mrs. Francis Egan end guests of Dr. Kyle's bro- side in Melrose Cemetery with Sunday, Pete and Joyce Bar- Formal Rentals

co-hostess-Mrs.: John Bird's ther and sister-in-law Louis Rev. Thomas C. Ceyer officiating ton attended the 84th birthday Ladle Sportswear

will meet at her home; Mrs. and Dell Kyle, of Keystone Interment was In Keystone celebration of her father, Cal- ELECTRIC: MOTORS:; I STORES-li. UNIVERSITY

Wm. Beam, Sr. 011)) will meet Lake. They are vacationing In Heights Cemetery under vin Ward In Starke, Congratulations and GAINESVILLE MALL

with Mrs. Miriam Slocomb- sunny Florida for a few months direction of DeWitt C. Jones Mr. Ward!

We put it in his garage The morning Circle meets at and are touring In South Flo Funeral home Mrs. D.W.. Carpenter and ELECTRIC MUSIC

rida.Mrs. granddaughter, Karen Reddish,

Here how we work thus particular magic. Say that Dorothy Young of Wal- of Starke were shopping in Jacksonville Motor Co.or

YOU haw a car on your mind. Yuu come In and tell tham, Mass spent two weeks Mrs. ReinhardtElizabeth on Friday. Mark Red Repair BALDWIN

us about, It.We"av'OK. :. 'lu a Luun to buy the car. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS with her parents Mr. and Mrs. dish spent Saturday with his

Then yuu BO and complete the deal We supply Roland Coutu. Mrs. Coutu Is Pauline Reinhardt grandparents.Mr. Gainesville) Inc. PIANO T1 SANS
back ,the loan 'to In monthly Mrs. Young's mother. While Ellis
the cll.h. You pay ui 87, of Melrose died Friday, and Mrs. George Repairing Rewinding CMOKIOT
whilu' aN riding around the here they did some travelingto
Installment you envy attended the funeral of Mrs.
March 5, after a sudden Ill- New and Used
of your friend.. We'ro ready whenever" you we. resorts of Interest about Ellls's brother Delos White, .mttioham .

the State. Mrs.LouIse Worn- ness.Surviving are three daugh- In Way cross, Ga. last week. 2810 N, W 16th -- Ph. 372-8318
bolt Mr. Coutu's sister and
ters, Mrs. Gertrude J. Hagg- Our sumpathies go out to the

Come to where DIRECTORY lund, Melrose; Mrs. Mildred Ellis family. MOVERS
Irene William Lou Tlmmlns
her sister-in-law from Newton Parks, Oaklawn, 111.; and Mrs. O'rllle shopping Ctr. JT1-S1M
and Lillian Norwood visited
Ruth Jura. Glendale Calif.
the answer Mass are spending the ; Mother Holt and other friends
winter In their mobilehome In treat-grandchildren.eight grandchildren, and 18 In Wesley Manor last Sunday S Long. Distance' Moving Farm and Industrial

S. E. McKAY. REALTOR merest. a aSVeraSwearingen'a. Storage Packing Equipment
Funeral services were held .
IS We regret that Lewis Lebert brother Crating Shipping

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; 473- a.u I had to return to the Medical at Memorial 10 a.m. Saturday Chapel In Jones and sister-in-law of Lake Alfred free Estimate CaU
Center In Gainesville following Keystone Santa Fe Tractor
spent the weekend with her ,
Heights with Father James
Appraisal Service a sudden Illness. He leon and Fred.

I In. Best in Lak.front the undergoing fourth floor treatment of the hospital and Cregan In St officiating. Mary's Cemetery Intermentwas Lamar and Gladys Malphurswere FORDFarm

down for a long weekendat
STATE BANK Homes" _Acreages., M..4a further tests.Expressions. Cook County; Illinois. their lake home next door. Tractors &: Implement
ASSOCIATESMrs. of sympathy are They are counting tile days USED EQUIPMENT'
extended to Mrs. Arthur Man home after x-ray. which showed now until they retire this sum-
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height, Fla. M..UK Hewn 473-4746 nerlng on the passing of her a crushed disc due to a fall mer and can move down to Van Service, Inc. SALES PART SERVJCF

I Col. J.' Che.slngU>n 47J-467I husband on Thursday last. HU he suffered recently. He sincerely stay.
Friendly Bank In Your FriendlyCommunity. .
"Your 3349 N.E. WaMa IU. C'vllta
L. J. Roblnwm/ 475-4041 funeral services were held at appreciates hearing That seems to be all of the 4488 N. W. 6th 379-3541

Paschel Carr 473-4058 3 P.m. on Sunday March 7. from friends as well as visitors. news for this week, folks, so 17Z-4r GAINESVILLE. FLA.

Axel Malmgren la resting at. see you next week. .

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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford By spent 3tqoe House Row Monday and Thursdays. KENNETH CROWSON

the weekend their Tallahassee son-in-law visiting and- Classes S and those for for children teenagers begin and at Crowson Twelve-year-old of Starke died Kenneth Sun- ins S I H ED 109 GET BESOIJ5 I

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kalos and family. be $5 per month. It Is neces- day.He
Is survived by his >parents > -
Danny Row .pent Saturday to a judo uniform -

In ,Gainesville Bruce Rothhammer.visiting his cousin from wry; ;Mr.these Bass.It will. be available son ,of,Mr.William Starke and Mrs and and Eric.Paul two Crow-brothers .- t \i' J 'J.FU ,'(i! 'e.tJ! ;.! :,selJ:... :'RE, T ; :SW: :" .
Miss Zoe Terry Is spendlng seems tome of the businesses Services were set Wednesday -
a few months In Melroseat In Melrose are on the March 10, In Gainesville CLASSIFIED AD RITES .NEKOMOMUf WARERP C 1T LOT or cot :FOR BALK PJctoup' truck,. !
her home here.A move. The dime store is to Williams-Thomas Funeral (Why not earn that extra money bare! on lake wanted to buy. JIMMY MOORE'S 1959 Chevrolet, excellent con-
Judo class was begun In be moved Into the laundromat, Home was In charge. Minimum Chaff .... ..1.7J you need selling Camalon Cosmotlcs Must be reasonable. Write Box SUN SPORTS 3Hlon. Contact State Troops\ I I
Melrose last week. George which will be moved Into a (Covers II word) Wg and hair pieces 663, St. Simons Island Oa. er Wlgiglna.\ 964-BSOa. Dip 3-11
Bass a 3rd degree Black Belt. new building that is being built '
? In your neighborhood OpenIngs 33550'! atp MOORE BOAT FOR
and president of the U.S. 'Judo next door. The old dime store Each word ever IS-7e5ta tn Starke Hampton, Melrose 03 Inch PK7FC1RB TUBES rebuilt *:
Association: will be giving will house a new beauty shop EDWARD A. STOKES ( Extra Charge If not Putnam Hall And Gra (WANTED: tJ&cd Wringer YOUR MONEY from $29.05 fct DabmersS3lscnunt
Instructions at the Parish and Mama's Kitchen: which will Wasfoer. DaBimer'e Discount ( : Ztcbg-3-18
ham. Call lira. Betty Pans,
paid In advance Starke Ph. 964-5791
be moving from Its present
location Nell's Beauty Shop Edward A. Stokes, 78, a native 904-372-0071 4tp 4/1 2tcbg-J-18 FOR :RENT Apartment,

will be moving to a new location of Lawtey, died 1 MondayIn CLASSIFIED DISPLAT WAINUED! : Rough!; carpenter! 4 Bedroom, 2 teuLh !home Complete Outboard AStern nicely: furnished. One bedroom

between Melrose and Tampa. lived In the Tampaarea $1.59 Per loch work and painting William' Just completely: : remodeled.Efesy Drive Service and large living room, kitchenette,
JacksonvilicBusiness He had
1. Keystone. for 55 years and was a Memorial. R olutlOll. Bradley, 20T Alvarez St., : terms Located on Road Repair. Complete Fiber bffiUi. Ballard Road, one mile
The restaurant In Melrose member of the Oak Park Baptist Proclamations, etc -7c word Btarkg. 4tp 4-a 100 South. For Information call glass Repair. Custom- Out. Adulita Only. Ph. 964-3033 ltp
has changed hands again. It 064-7701. SI hgLEW'S
is now being run by Burnie Church. widow CARDS OF THANKS HELP WANTED -An experienced built Fiberglass FishingDontfl. -
Include ,
Survivors bedroom
and Jean Mclntosh. They will bookeeper to work bi FOR SALE Large 5 ;
Mrs. Hattle Stokes;and a daughter SO word or less .. ... .. .3.00 home to Hampton on'Jarge
be featuring a family atmos- the Lake Butler area. ReplyIn
phere and a special food each Mrs Irma Bailey, Tampa. Each word over 50-7e waiting to P. O. Box 03. shady: lot. $7,500 Cash

day. Good luck! Starko Fla, giving your: post WELDING SHOP WATER FRONT LOTS': Phone( 468-1475. :2tp: 3-18
DirectoryAuto Cub Scout Troop 109 visited experience. Ztehg 3-11 FOR SALE
the University Florida Museum PAST TV &: STEREO HEPAIR. Whispering Pines Motel Taking: applications foi
Free On Crostoy Lake and Crosby
In Gainesville Tuesday pick-up, cityUmitfl. REDUCE excess fluids wltbJT.TJIDEX.
We wish to express our deepest Dahnw's US 301 S. Phone Lake Canal. (Canal 50 feet
afternoon. Cubs enjoying the Discounttfchg: $1.09.! LOSE FHA 235
Sales and Service outing were: Danny Rowe Robin appreciation to Dr. Adams, WEIGHT sntetyt with Dex-A- 961-8252 wide, 8 foot deep) Located co

Ashley, Jeff Jernlgan Bradford County Hospital Staff DIet one and $1.69! at Mit- State Rood 100. 3 miles West,, and 4
Parrish MotorsRALES James McIntosh, Joe Hanks County Health nurses and to WANTED House full of furnituiv chell's Dmug. 2tp 3-11 UTILITY of> Starke, Fla. Idea for vecaVon New
Larry Sapp, Richard Molcyk: our many friends for all the : pay cash. Dahmer"* CUSTOM BUILT cottage' mobile home of Bedroom Homes
Ted Crouch. Wade Crouch, delicious foods, beautiful flowers Discount. ttch4r GAS AND ELECTRIC lnv*,tment! Call fcr Details
Chris Stanley and Carl Butts. and kind words of sympathy c JAMJSON WELDING BRAZING Pricectart at 1.293.00.. $200
SERVICE "VOL"VO They were accompanied by Mrs. during the recent death HOME'S SHEET METAL down and 133.00 month for 36 Low Down Paymentand
PARTS Dean of our beloved wife and mother Gainesville Marine Moderate Monthly
Stephen Ashley, Mrs. TRAILER HITCHES monCia Crouch, and Mrs. Harry Fus- Mrs. Maggie Ellington. ). PaymentsLONGCHAMP
eel May Cod bless each of you. Cobra Boat 12' x 72'S INSTALLED
Always Good Used Can The Melrose Action Com- -Arch Ellington, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Motors Bedroom $ Call 0G4-7701 8 am to S HOMES
V21 Laura St. Ph. 358-5654 mittee met for a business meet- Adro Brown Mr and Mrs.Leon Furnished 6 Q95 pm. .weekday U Phone 904-6853
1030 E. University
and Ar
ing Tuesday. They discussed ElUngton, Mr. and Mrs 2 (Full BatheOLIN'S
ELECTRIC MOTORS many of the community activi Harlla Elington.ellgi6le Gainesville NOTICEStarke LOTS FOR SALE!: StfWke Golf SOt South Etarke

ties. The next meeting will be LYNN HAMILTON Mgr MOBILE &: Country Club, ready for TF
April S and will feature a speaker building on or for dnveatment.
PEAVY Brothers from Gainesville who will /t. WANTED LISTINGS HOME SALES and Keystone Lots aTe' approximately. W

speak on fire prevention. The On Home and Acreage. Buyer Starke. Fla_100 West Heights area Customers acre: and larger. Paved roads Rtldda
Electric. Co., public Is Invited.A lll Waiting; Strout Realty. Re*. only 3 minutes from town.
business meeting was also Broker 2117 N. Temple Aye.P.h. COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage Hastings Mattress Prices start at $1295.00. $200
Electric MotorsSold held by members of the .r tJ 861-6009 Starke Fla. parent wanted. Some and Upholstery down and $35.00 per month.
Serviced Repaired Melrose Woman's Club Wed Married couples, and women. Call 964-7701. 8 am :to 5 p.m.
Generators Staters. Armature nesday. Among the things discussed < ? Salary starts $347 per month, fiats
Rewinding. was the landscaping of 5 day week, 8 hour 710 St.; Johns Ave.PALATKA REFINISHINGALL
The Lord la nigh unto them CARL BEGGS per person.
the parking lot.Currently,large REAL OPPORTUNITY TYPES:
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 that day. Promotional opportunitiesState
are of a broken heart,
azalea bushes are being planted. Gulf ServiceUSED "Retirement, sick leave KJna ley Lake utaeaa !for UPIIOLSTERVCABINETWORK
PIANOS Hostesses for the meet- and saveth such an be of a vacation' etc Please Apply In Is Open AgainFURNITURE. _10. Store gnr/ age, etc. lock::,
Ing were Mrs. R.F Simmons, contrite IIplrlt.-U'Hlllm( 31, PARTS person only .Personnel Offtc. took. and 'barrel. A real
Mrs. E.R. Simmons, Mrs.W.F Top: Prices for Wrecked Car Expert Reproductions
money maker. Call Bin
Bimiand Center, Gainesville .
YAMAHA PIANOS 3rd place Mrs. T.L. Norwood-
CONN and KIMBALL This ,Is and a Mrs.Week M.C.of Prayerfor King. and Mrs.; Gladys: Van Netta, 24 Hour Wrecker Servlc Fla. An equal opportunity em- Repaired Refinished Powell R.E Broker 964-6464. C. E. JACKSON

ORGANS Home Missions at Ellam 4th place. Fuel Oil ployer) tljchg ReupholsteredNEW tfchg 1313 W. Madison StarfceHOMES

Baptist Church. Several pro- Thursday night winners were: Used Can
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel, 1st
grams have been planned by
Hwy Sill N. Waldo O.C. Carnes Nursery
the WMU. Sunday an offering place; Miss Iva Hlllyer and FREE ESTIMATESCall
will be taken. The Miss Zoe Terry, 2nd place 468-1918 MARY -
goal set by. ; Thousands of Plants
Collect 328-2144 .
the Church is $475.00. Mrs.Charles A.V.Heptlnstall Bannister, 3rd and place Mrs; < Fruit Trees Shade Trees TI G

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs F.T. SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned. Evergreens, Camellias
Faith Presbyterian Churchwas Hogue, 4th place. oiled and Adjusted in your CARTER 'Azaleas:; Roses !

host to area churches for home. $3.00. Vacuum. cleaner Most In can plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
the World Day of Prayer which repairs also. All work guarante
KIMBALL "SWINdER Is sponsored by the churchWomen WAS ed. Dennis E. Cogging, Phone31142B PAINTSNEW SEWINGMACHINE 23 MI. S.E. of Starlttf. Hwy. lot AVAIUBUFOR
ORGANS United of the National < ,
tfch'C' _
Tlorahome 639-2185!
Roosevelt Mall-388 8519 Council of Churches each year. YOUR LOT I
The program was prepared Vinyl CHICKEN FARM for ale
WESTERN STORE by women In the Carrlbean and Letters, all sizes colors. Perm maker
MACHINE Sales and Service proven money on paved -
was duplicated In Churches In anent for use on wood, glass.1plastic. WAIL PAPER
highway. Nice ;home. $15,-
155 countries throughout the OPERATORS paper metal leather PFAFF NECCIII 000 3,500
down $21.000 Terms. Call
LITTLE DUDE world. "New I lie Awaits" was A :'YTHINO I Bradford County Unpainted Furniture New Home Bill! Powell R.E. Broker 964- l
the theme for the program. MURANO MANUFACT- Tele tf Universal 64M.
Mrs. Christine Bartlett was aM.WATSON'S Wood Graining: Kit
Store In charge of the local program. URING CO- $49:50: up FOR SALE-20 acres en pavedhighway. 1 1600 sea FT. I
Women from.the participating: K-80 Paint Remover Parts & Repairs on 3 bcdirooms. IVi bath
,Western Clothing Leathergada Churches offered priors and U.S. 301 2 Mil., South House of Vacuumi all other Make Ma home. $7.500 dawn, $10,000 OF
Saddles and Trailers scripture Jack Janes sang of Waldo Houses Washed chines.NATIONAL.. balance $96.50 month.. Call
Charles & Sharon Petty "This Is My Task", accompanied (Many brands of new vacuum BIll Powell R.E. Broker 964- UVINQAREACALL
002 S. Edcewood 38 -1211) by his mother Mrs $39 00 up. Used machines from Lawn Mowers For Rent 64114. .
Florence Jane 110. expert :Repairs. ..11 makes.
102 EAST
Churches taking part were LUZJERCQMETICS Parts and Accessories for all BROWNLEE 611 W. Univ. Ave. FOR RENT-one (bedroom fur
FURNITURE Faith Presbyterian, St. Johns vacuums. Built In Central vao- STREET 878.1355 nlafoed apartment $90 month.
Baptist, United Methodist and AND WIGS uum cleaning systems 712 N. Bradford Vlllar: Apts. Just

BAXLEY CHAIR Trinity Episcopal. Offerings _Mnln. Gainesville 376-7110 north of Bradford High SLADE
taken will be used for ChristIan SALESPEOPLE NEEDED School. Call collect Galnesvlllla : ''J
Furniture Discount work In National Parks and BIG PENS. Ball Point Refills. 378.7921 Mrs. Reeves!
to build a new dwelling In the Management Opportunities Bradford County Tel. :tfchg
Windward Islands.DUPLICATE __ HOME
x. 1y OpenUnlimited graph. BARRETT PUMPSNEW
Living Room )11k. FHA or Conventional flnare-. I

Dining, Room BRIDGE Territory CLASP ENVELOPES all Water Condition AND USED mil on new Brick 3 bedroom,
Duplicate Bridge winners last sizes.- Bradford County Telejrrnph. 2 Bath, living room dnlng SERVICESFor
9edroomWIiOLESALE week were: Tuesday,Mrs.W.H. Call Today 964-5616 ._ ing and Pump Co. room and family: room Home
Bartlett and Mrs F.G.Melrlck SALES Will bake trade-In. can Bu-
PRICES Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. Louise Stern INTERSTATE!: MOBILE!: Home 130: Court Street PARTS ford Mitchell Phone 964-6760. InformationCall
C.V. Horne moving in Fla. Call 964-5608. ,
tied for lit place; SERVICE P. O Box 238. Steeke' tfchg
648 COMB 1 Block from 1-10 Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs John Manager tfchg Phone 9615532PLUMBING Deep nnd Shallow Wells Jacksonville .J

Jackiionvtllf Fla. 389-1711 Strawn 2nd place; Mrs. Donald 3T FOR RENTPartl.aJlY Water Softeners and GERANIUMS Bcecnlaa' : in Collect !
Aska and Mrs. Mike Falkel), bloom. Az.ileaa.: shrubbery.:
furnished two bed FiltersPlumbing
Reasonable! price. Ferqu.onNursery

I r. s.r..o. .1 1. ... adults room house and no in City.pets.Prefer A. J. Water Conditioners Supplies Ralford' Road North.
and Pumps Ph> STv4'1 h227. 3p( 3-18
r i 1t Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 964- WELL DRILLING
8701. tlchg Sales and Rentals EXPERTSERVICE, ON !FOR RENT: 3 bedroom( CBS

Land turning, bedding cut ALL MAKES (home, Saratoga He1I11 tIs. Phone .

ting.' Call Eddie, Jackson, Ph. Repair Department PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE Jacksonville Cherbourg .Ave.785-0330.N. 2t|> 6803 3-18 Gainesville Marine
9f14-RRJ1( : or 4-Bm4( 4teTnr 9-11 24 Hour ServiceA.

t TRY .: t tt. FOR SALE Cobia Boats -
3 bedroom QUICK FOR J. Thomas, Registered Real PUMP & SUPPLY CO. 200 acres high' dry land, two Johnson Motors
masonry home In Estate Broker. Specializing\: in deep deep well two curb
good looatln. I have a plan AppralsnJs for Estates. India eotW' wells, two houses! two barns SPECIAL -
to put you dn this house 21-ONOI ADMIRAL
with rtduala arid Owner and several sheds 2.5 tobacco
mail amount of cash. Act Corporate (used) TV 'with, new picture ALL NEW SKI RIG
AV o (rore.-r.l reel state ''bus allotment 100 acres cleared
t t.f tube. Dafaraer'a Discount a
t. quickly. A. J. Thomas
tor. Tel. 064-5701. iness. Thirty Years experience chg meat In pine 'timber In Brad 15' Cobia Bow Rider
t.'p tfchg .In Florida land matters. Tel ford county en S-235. 8 mt west
NEED ,A HOME? Will sell 964-5701. Blnrke, Florida tf chg HELP WANTED: Lady for' of Starke Fla. :has to be teen 50 H.P. JOHNSON j i

like rent. Furnished duplex crack bar, age 30-50( with at too appreciate. Call (W. N. Gator Trailer
good location Also Apts. W, BAIRD least 10th grade education.No .John, 462-1748 Alachua. Fla.
.f t H. Nollman tfelig drifters. ; own transportation. after a 'T>.m. 2tn 3-18 All For
$1 99 5
Mobile Homes Apply In person: Stuck- Plu. Tax I
BANKING TEENAGE SPECIAL this Saturday ey'a 301 North. tfthg
I : 10 Hamburger special s.. Lynn Hamilton
jit. at! Dahmer's Discount.Ztchg. 810.12 WideGainesville IF WE DONT HAVE IT iller.
: -3ii8 we'll get U for yoo. OffkWflupplle Brown Before You Buy

it. "' I L',. Good Quality men!. *.-. Furniture Bradford, County Egeipr p 1030 E. University Av.

PIANO IN STORAGE Reasonably Priced Tetecrapb. FJrG Gainesville

.,' Zip codes speed your mall; our zip Beautiful Cnsole stored local: Gainesville 378.2785 !
)yo Reported like new. Reapon- :FOR SALE New brick of .
: Serviced, Guaranteed and
banking (by mail) speeds banking.
.f your t able party can take a big Delivered In Starke Arts block homes on your tend. No Volkswagen
Take a couple of minutes to bank here saving on low payment bal- NO EXTRA COST money down Aa low *s $65.00
nco.Write: Oulf Const Piano per month Housing Act 235. New A Vied
from your home or office first taking 178 441 N. 459 NW Ulb
Co.. .
Box 687 Panama\ Pantle
CMy. Young. America Corp. of nor Sales Service: Hose
a couple of minutes to gl!. 32401._ lip Oaleeevme 21J.7SSPO : Ida. 804-7489! or "WI
964513t1.et 1 MI. North of Tire Man Best Grad.
t t STtARKE> BAIT CENTER SIGNS: Treated to : 4-

ASK OR WRITE US FOR FREE ''Tackle: worms minnows, shin wlthatsJid weather 200 each, BIGGEST TRADE-IN allowance GALNESVILLEThe Any Sire Any Grad.

BANK-BY-MAIL FORMS TODAY. ere Corner Orange .end Mad- $2.23 dos Special price on larger on a Motorola Quuar
bon, next to Jackson M'nK' quantities. Bradford County color TV i in Starke. DaJlJn r'. $3 Pair No. 1
Market jtp Telegraph. U DI IIOOlin t. 2tc1I1I'-3-1S'
t $2 Pair No.1
FLORIDA' FOR RENT Trailer spac*. INSURANCEAT FOR SALE Three' bedroom Glass Shop
I City utilities. Close) m Ruby cement block house at Crystal No.
jahna. !064-5613. tfchg FIRE. BOAT Lake. Family room fireplace
Pair for
large $1 Yes
lot Phone 964-S010. tcha

J',<, I ? BANK; AT STARKEMember t M ACRES a mites tot Cast!sale: cf approjrfmatcly Brooker. -. INSURANCE AGENCYthe CASHIER CLERK Good For HOUSE OF MILO

Call 333445 after 6:00Itp: personality, able to meet the
I p.m. FOR RENT -12' wide, :3 bedroom public. Typing% Iwrt-hand and AH CARS and TRUCKS Lawtcy
IL Federal Insurance trailer outside city Ugpht Installed Whlle-U-Walt
Deposit Corp. bookkeeping ability need
FOR SAGE: 'Wttt 1965 Ford 3TCHG .
limits. J. B. White. 964-6114. ed. Phone 86+11010. 1&cbf Custom Vinyl Auto Tops .

I One'of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group J Mustang., new 4 tires speed, tape eluxnwiwbeeto player. tfctw 1017 N. Main GMne

rail real good shape. $930.00
T L Can ,",'M53. 2tp J-0

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