Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


No. 34 Thursday, March 18, 1971 Copy

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301 Meet

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J 26 Entries

Gov. Reubln Askew seemedto Gas CostStarke

give a favorable reaction to
a request from US-301 north h1j Seek BerryQueen

interests to seek Federal funds STRAWBERRIES lrril t1 'rtr! residents will be
to four lane the Baldwin Callahan
to -
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stretch. r S tRA NM bitten for an extra 10 per

cent on the electric por-
Officials: of the StarkeBradford : tion on their utility bills Title

County Chamber of Com- j J ,, : when March
merce and members of the IES RAyyBERRIES l A bills reach

Bradford and Nassau County 141 X'r' them, the City Council Decreed -

Commissions met with Gov. 4L1 t TRA WIv Tuesday night in a
t S
Askew and State Secretary of 3-1 vote. Five more beauty queen can- Strawberry Queen Beauty Pageant -

Transportation Edward Muel- didates have confirmed applications set Saturday, April 3,dur-
ler last Thursday, March 11, Facing a $60,000 over expen- to enter the annual ing the Bradford County Fair
to seek the Governor's support diture for natural for the
gas ---- and Strawberry Festival.
for the completion of the four- I'Y ids power plant in fiscal 1970-71 r

lanlng of US-301. the council had to either cut I They are:

Evidencing surprise that this Y services or raise new reve-
Anne Tcrwlllegar, 17, daughter -
important segment of US-301 nue. The city fathers chose of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
had not been completed, Gov. Tuesday to hit city utility users Terwlllegar, Jr.ofStarke.AnneIs
Askew Indicated he will direct ,/ Writ for the Increase. a senior at Bradford High

the Department of Transportation Councilman Jimmy Bowenop School. Her hobbles are golf,

to make a study of F lo- posed the increase.It tennis, water siding, horseback
rlday's needs under the new ri.i took changing its collect- riding, and sewing. She Is spon-
Federal program so he might ive mind three times Tuesday sored by the Starke Ladles

set priorities for designating night and Wednesday before a Golf Association.
"economic growth centers." final decision was reached on

exactly how to charge the Increase Donna Dowling 21, daughterof
Under a new Federal law areas -
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dowl-
to the customer.
so designated by a State'lgovernor of Is
ing Macclenny, a juniorat
will be eligible for Tuesday night the council the University of I lorida.
95 per cent matching Federal first voted a 10 per cent Increase She was Miss Baker Countyof

funds for highway construction. or surcharge on elec- 1967, Miss Lake City Junior
tric rates But It
Beset by budget problems, only. was College of 1970, and was
pointed out by Gas Department
the Governor's attitude became selected an Outstanding Young
more favorable when he found Supt. Hob Patterson that the Pat Yarborough Woman of America, 1970.Sponsor -
state now charges a 4 per Odom's Dpartment Store,
the delegation wasn't seeking :
cent sales tax on electric and
funds, Bradford Chamber Pres- Macclenny.

ident Bud MIzell says. The gas So,sales.the council reconvened Glenda Ann McIntosh, 19,
showed the "a
Governor group and Tuesday night and voted dou- l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r.H.
deal of consideration
. great ble the present 10 per cent Mcintosh of florahome Is a
Mliell said.:
courtesy, utility tax, which world: affect freshman at St. Johns Hlvcr

The US-301 north group' all utilitieselectric, gas, and Junior College. Miss Mcintosh
headed by the Bradford Cham- water rates; But Wednesday was a semi-finalist in the Miss

ber which has made the four morning the Council was Informed Southland Contest and was selected -

lanlng Its major project. Is by Attorney George "Most Attractive" by
the first to approach the Governor 1 Pierce that the city 10 per cent high school senior classmates.

about designating econo- utility tax the city is pre- Sponsor Jabbar's Service Station -

mic growth centers, MIzell sently charging Is as high as I'alatka.Itoniia .

says. 301 will get Askew's con- Jimmy Gaskins and ome Sequels berries he picked Tuesday. can be charged under state Marie Ice, 18, daugh-
sideration and Is first In line
law.At the Coun- ter of Mr. and :Mrs. ,!Julian
unless some other area comesto noon
1 I.., I Lee of St. Augustine, la
light with a more pressing cil met again and switched backto _
a freshman at St. lohns River
the 10 cent increase '
problem. per on
R lunlor ( ollege. She was second -
electric rates. That motion was
Mizell said he was encour- Bradford Berries made by Orle Wiggins, same runner-up In the St.u-
aged by the Governor's re- Big councilman to make the motion -- /Kustfne Junior Miss Contestand

action. for the Increase the first two Janet Adams clOys community volunteer

times, and seconded by Jimmy work. Sponsor: clla's I
Sec. Mueller pointed out that McRae. : Dresslit Shop, Starke.

hopper two new for bills 1971,In if the passed legislative,would Councilman the Jimmy Increase Bowen Tues-, f.1----, !lora lane Pierson, 18,

return the acquisition of hIgh- Head To N. Y. Market day who night opposed, was not present Wed- daughter of Mr.and Mrs.lames

way right-of-way to the De- nesday, and Wiggins' Wednes- M 1. Pierson of Green; Cove
partment of Transportation 3-0. I Springs and a freshman at St.
day passed
Johns River Junior College.She .
(Con't on 4)) 1971 strawberry auctions will this season's strawberry crop, the following week If no dras- ford growers will get their The 10 per cent increase on was Miss Nassau County
page be moved to the old marketat now beginning to come In. tic changes occur in the wea- first taste of this year's pri- electricity Is expected to net High,: In 1968 and first runner-

Lawtey, It was decided at With warm weather havingset ther. ces up country. the city approximately $57,000over up In the Miss Milliard highContest :
a meeting of the Market Ad- a 12 month period, which was a member of the
Historical Group in the new berry crop has The first truck load of ber-
visory Committee last Friday. "They might bring $3 a flat will almost overcome.. the expected Queen's Court In the Miss North:
ripened rapidly In the past 10 ries, 800 flats, left the Nor- and mlghtbring$6.There'sjust
Meets TonightThe The Starke State Farmer'sMarket days. Growers have been scrapping man Farm on SR-225 Tuesdayand they over expenditure of I Florida Junior College in 1969 \
no to tell, said L.M.
way Chamber
$60,000. and 1970. Sponsor: Clay -
destroyed by fire for week and
was a pickingIs was due to reach a New
March 5, necessitating a speedy expected to pick up next York market Wednesday night Norman. The city, however, Is already of Commerce.The .

with election annual business of officers meeting, of, decision of where to market week, then swing Into full speed after a non-stop trip. Brad- (Can't on page 4)) geted$25,000 amount in the f>r red gas on purchased Its bud- s five bring the total! num-

the Bradford County Historical for the power plant and will ber of contestants to 26, more

Society, will be held tonight have to absorb that. For the than In any contest In recent
(Thursday) at 7:30: o'clock In remaining six months of the -.cars. A sixth entry who was
the Starke library. KH current fiscal year ending Sept. to confirm during! the past week

Plans will be made for a Investigating Bigger CityProclaiming 30 the Increase is expected to Donna Lee withdrew her application.

field trip this spring to the net the city about $30,001)) Previous entries are:
location of Fort Harlee In the -
Some councilmen Wednesday
southern part of Bradford wanted to spread the increase Janet Adams, 18, Keystone
County.All an eye toward has been lucky so far to have 3"LP \
i out to hit gas consumers also, Heights, sponsored b) Cunning
members and prospective ruling its own roost, the Key- had cooperative countyofficlals: 3 4Cryslul and cut the per cent of In- ham's C.ulf, Keystone Heights.
members are Invited to attend stone Heights City Council Is who sometimes have listenedto .. It Wednes-
: r: crease. was agreed
tonight's meeting. ) seriously looking Into KH needs Tina Christiansen, 16Holmes
apparently even though the
Magnolia with the Increase
ahead (
doubling the size of the city. great majority of the Clay County .,,..,. day to go but- Bench, sponsored by Jackson's
'lake Just on electricity,
Lake Building Supply of Starke.
population Is in other areas ,
to consider sales
l Meeting Monday night before bringing gas
t, an audience of 10 area and city of the county. Into the picture at the next Debbie Guy; 17, Orange Park.

residents, the Council gave the The KH position number-wise council meeting April 6. sponsored b) Starke; Builder's
I, Is continually worsening the Supply.
first tentative push toward Its as the

annexation proposal. Another Orange Park and Bel Alre area 8' 9 10 I The, Increase will appear, for on a present cus-- lanlce Jones, 17, Palatka,
| meeting will be called laterto continue their fast rate of '
b the Palatka lay-
Y 1 tomer's bill in the miscellaneous sponsored >
give complete details If the growth. 1I
column surcharge.The cees.
I as a
I I Council decides to go ahead Areas of the proposed annex- lacquelvn Kay King, 17, Orange -
with the Idea, according to ation Include all of Brooklyn council included an escalation Park, sponsored by Kit
)I Chairman Everett Fox. Lake, Little Brooklyn Lake, 18 :c n:rcv: : clause In each of Its chens' Tile of Starke.
Brooklyn Bay, everything west .. notions Indicating the Increase
not to .Q. Lich Lommond Sandi LIneberry 18, Orange
Iiernwnrrier Purpose Monday was of the present limits to the rii 7 will be taken off If and when
I with Park, sponsored by Starke
make a decision to proceed
back to
Bradford line and natural rates
County extends 016i gas go
the move. Fox stated, adding Chrysler-Plymouth.
east on SP-100 to Just t their prior level.
I the Council might decide against Pearle Wolfred Janice I-ott, 17, Starke, spon-
Service Sta-
DRUG CLINIC It. past Rutledge's i S INSET "I" Prices for natural gas to the sored by Siadu Gas Co., Starke.

I Main idea of the annexation tion.As described by Mayor Ray I power plant began to go up last L.- __ ,_ ___, -- Diane Mauldin, 19, Macclen-
proposal, veteran Councilman 1 o11 September. Now nearly double ny.
Starnes, the proposed> new city: ,
Monday, March 22 I Roy Watkins laid, Is that KIt limits begin at the Bradford t that level, gas prices went up r7a Llndy McGIll 18, Lake Butler -

area resident would e* able County line at Lake Geneva, ; KEYST NE HEIGHT; 2.87 cents per therm from their sponsored by Delta Kappa
7:30 p to control their area by home September level of 3.3 cents, Gamma Sorority of Lake City
: M. run north along the Bradford 21v
1 rule if it becomes a city. line ty/G e Pop. now totaling over six cents < Junior College.
County to the middle ol
Gloria Prevatt, 16, Starke,
r. ;
Woman's Club | "Other areas (of Clay County Section 7, then makes a 90- Fo ors. per therm. tfkrJ sponsored by Mitchell's DrugStore

) would not control Keystone degree turn eastward to SR-21 qc LAKE Gas prices to the distribution Starke.

Panel Discussion I 1 Heights," Watkins stated, add- along the southern boundaryof r, GENEVOSR system have also gone up, Margie Lou Prevatt, I 17, Mac-
lag that present County or Camp Blandlng. z but only about one cent per clenny, sponsored by Paul's

Public Invited I Precinct 7 of Clay now The proposed line then runsa Gt.'t therm, an amount the Gas Department Rexall Pharmacy of Macclenny.
I has an effect In only very close short distance south towardKH 214 bl 28 ) Is continuing to ab-

r._01wl1r I Clay County elections. down SR-21, then meanders sorb. Rates on the distribution Raye Sands. 17, Macclenny.
1 system' are controlled by the sponsored by Sands Motors of
That Is the main reason he southward to SR-100 at Rut-
(!Community! | favors the annexation Idea Watkins I ledge's. It then meanders west- Florida' Public Utilities Commission ? Macclenny.Sara .
Whitt, 16, Macclenny,
and the Federal Power
than ward along the north low water
says, rather anymonetary
state Vank
sponsored by Karelle's Town
gain for the city. mark of Lake Geneva and backto Commission. However, those
I Shop of Macclenny.
the Bradford County line. agencies have no control over
A..r- v.l U rT. "If we want to keep our own gas sold the power plant to f
.rape b I area neat clean and be able Asked by W.P. Shaw, a Key generate current for sale Connie Williams, 16, Palatka,
,.... DoooooII 'k---ems,. Area KH Council considering annexing Shaded
to control It, we have to In-
k corporate," Watkins aald. KH (Con't on page 4)) portion It present city. (Con't on page 4)) Nora Jane Plerion (Con't on page 4))


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Lady Golfers Drug Clinic Garden Club .:
I rI To Meet Monday
Host AnnualTournament Set Monday, II'.

Starke Garden Club will .
1 IGMbya Public InvitedA meet Monday, March 22, at
+ \ 7:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs

L.V. Hardln.
The annual Ladle Golf drug clinic will be pre- The horticultural department..
Invitational at the Starke Golf sented at the Starke Woman's discussion on flowerlnTtree. -
\ and Country Club was playedIn Club at 7:30: pjn. Monday. In this area. Dur-,
Moot 1 Phone ,...7108' ;, 40-degreeweailnrlastTuee- March 22 by the Corner Drug Ing the program there will bea
day March 9. Store, the drug rehabilitation demonstration on Japanese
I Society' Editor Ladles from the Green Cove center of Gainesville.John flower arranging.Mr. .
,, Springs, Keystone Heights and A. Creech, head of the
Palatka Country Clubs Joined drug rehabilitation center, will
.. .
1JtI.Jjc ,JIIIc. ITS the Ladles Auxiliary of the present a panel discussion of and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
[.: Starke Club for the nine-hold the drug program, accordingto and Jimmy Lawson, attendedthe
match. Mrs. Joyce Chambers funeral of her sister Mrs.
HomemakersSee Hospital Auxiliary r Shirley Johns of Starke won The program Is sponsored Ethel Walker In Savannah Ga.
i the first low net prize and took by the Woman's Club and the on Tuesday.
DemonstrationOf Plans ScholarshipIn the tournament. Lou Struth of Starke Police Department.
Medical Field Starke won the prize for the The public Is Invited; admission Mrs. Ed Sllvemall of Ocala
Decoupage fewest putts. Is free. was a weekend visitor of Mrs.

i, Prize for the ball nearestto V.V. Hazen.

Tho Starke Extension Home- Procedures for setting up a the pin on No. 2 hole, was ': ::::::: :K'O:: <<=: .-..--".., .
maker's Club met at the agri- $250 scholarship In the Medical won by Pat Bennett of Palatka ,
cultural building on March 11 field was outlined by George Longest Putt, on No. 9 hole,
with th e president, Mrs. Ila Pierce, attorney, Monday nightat r was made by Frances McKIn- -- -. ef: o.l)
Ellis, opening the meeting with the Bradford County Hospital : zie of Palatka. The longest : ,
the devotional. Auxiliary general meeting held i iI drive, off No. 5, was made "
Fifteen members and three In the Methodist Fellowship ,:I!', by Myrna Klrslnger of Pal- I
new members, Mrs. Smith De- Hall. atka. -
Voe Mrs. Sarah Coran and ... Second low net score was ADULT
Mrs. Gerry Rodrlque were pre- Mrs. O.W; White, president :.:. '' Gertie McRae; thirdVivian
sent. Mrs. Lola Johnson told of appointed Miss Lillian Stump .. Gordie of Green Cove Springs, EDUCATION I.

the three-day camp In June to and Mrs. Gladys Weldon to 1" fourth Edna Scott of Keystone _
be held at Camp McQuarrte near serve on the scholarship ;' Heights, fifthBetty
Ocala. screening committee with emphasis 'Itit /; i an of Palatka, sixth Anglyn
Miss Martha Sue McCain gave on a senior Candy Striper Malone of Green Cove Springs,
a demonstration on decoupage, who Is Interested In going seventh Jerry Kledzlk of
showing Interesting Items suchas Into the medical field upon graduation. Green Cove Springs, eighth -
pictures, trays, stools, etc. Mr. Pierce offered his Naomi Herres of Starke, ninth-
that t she had made. services In setting up the ...\,, .\, Betty Kenneth of Green Cove
The next meeting will be held scholarship '), Springs, and tenth-: Aggie Watson
April 8 at the home of Mrs of Keystone Heights.In .
Lola Johnson on Powell Street Mrs. J.W. Pitch and Mrs. M. spite of the freezing wea- Registration For 3rd Trimester ,:
The hostesses Mrs. Eva Anderson A. Baldwin Jr. were appointedto ther the ladles teed off at 9:30 "
Mrs Jack Hazen and buy a recliner chair for a.m., completed the nine holes,
Mrs. Francis Watts, served the hospital. and at noon had lunch to- Will .
Begin March 11 thru March 18
refreshments during the social gether. i.
hour. Members serving in the Aux- Naomi Herres, president of
iliary hamburger stand at the the Starke ladles group wel- 1:00: P.M. to 10:00: P.M.
Fair will be admitted free If comed the visiting golfers, and
Meng-Chance they are wearing an Auxiliary Shirley Johns, tournament i
uniform. A container for contributions chairman, awarded the prizes. For Futher Information Call 964.6150
Wedding Date SetMr. to the Lucille Lo- ,
vell fund will be placed at the ;o.I$>,I .I1AA. llillgg, Icy'

and Mrs. Arthur Rufus Auxiliary booth. $35,000: Is .-...- - - -
needed to finance a kidney
Chance of announce -
for Mrs. Lovell.
the enrairement and an- transplant

proachlng marriage of theli Mrs. Louise Kite, Mrs. Irma
Elaine: to Sgt.
daughter, Grace ,
Buford and Miss Lillian Stump
Carlton Edward Meng, USMC, w
Northeast District -
will attend s
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ignatius Auxiliary meeting In St.
Meng of Hampton Lake.
Augustine on April 19. r1JLtv
bride-elect Is a graduate
Harris Mrs.
Winnie ,
of Robert E, Lee High School, Mrs. j1'b
Mrs. T.C.
Ida Plummer and ,
Jacksonville. Sgt. Meng grad-
added new
Chastain were as
uated from Bradford High
School and attended St. Johns members.The .

River Junior College. Presently nominating committee Currently Fashionable
he Is serving with the presented the slate of officersfor
Marines In Vietnam. 1971-72 Miss
The wedding will be an event Lillian Stump: ; president-elect Jackie Catkins models before a packed haul* In the Starke Woman's dub last Thursday

of May: 1 at 3 p.m. In the Murray Mrs. W.A. Stern; first vice- night for the annual Spring Fashion Show sponsored by the Junior Woman's dub.

Hill Baptist Church, Jack- president. Mrs. Lavon An- Guest at* spaghetti as models paraded th* 58 outfit from Carp's, Stump's, Leila's _
sonville. drews; second vice-president, and Eagl DVane's.
Mrs. O.W. White; recording from Is in the of knit _
Jackie outfit Stump's, current teenage style cotton pullover withflared
Starke Elementary secretary, Mrs. H.A. Lawson:
corresponding secretary, Mrs. pants.
PTA MeetingThe Hazel Carlton; treasurer Mrs.
M.A. Baldwin Jr. The new officers -
March meeting of the will be installed at the
Starke Elementary PTA was April 26 meeting which will be Candy Stripers Altar Society- Woman's Club
held March 9 at the cafeteria held at 7 p.m. with a covered
with Mrs. Vernon Reddish dish supper preceding the meet Plan Hobo SupperThe Hears ReportOn Names Slate

presiding. Rev. W.A. Hogan ing. Day Of Prayer Of OfficersThe
gave the devotional.The Bradford County Hospital -
room count taken met last
was Candy Stripers ryx
and Mrs. Altemease Chandler's Beta Sigma Phi Thursday night In the hospital St. Edward's Altar Societymet Starke Woman's Club met tr
second grade had the most parents 'To Honor' RusheesAt staff dining room. The secre- on March 10 In the homeof Wednesday afternoon of last
present.A tary, Miss Linda Powell, pre- Mrs. Hobble Shaller with week with the president, Mrs.
Merry-go-round was pur Preferential Tea ,sided. the president Mrs. Don John Sanders, presiding.
chased by the PTA and presented Miss Pearle Wolfred served Champion, presiding. Life memberships added this
to the school. as secretary. Plans were discussed Duties in altar care were year are: Mrs. K.G. Duncan, tit
The following nominating Members of Gamma Theta for the Fair booth anda outlined by Mrs. Henry, Ste- Mrs. E.L. Matthews Mrs. W.
committee was appointed to Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi will hobo supper for the parents fanelll. Mrs. Robbie Shaller B. Mundy, Mrs. R.A. Green Sr.,
present a slate of officers for. meet Monday, March 22, at was planned for April. has altar care during March. Mrs. J.W. KIncaid.
the 1971-72 year: Mrs. G... 7:30: p.m. In the home of Mrs. New members admitted Into Mrs. Jimmy Moore and Mrs. The club welcomed Mrs. Pat
Wolfred Jr., Mrs. LeRoy C.W. Slade, East Southgate the club are: Misses Sally To- Gerry Rodrigue volunterredfor Henry as a new member.
Jackson, Mrs. William Rouse, Drive, with Mrs. Billy Hodgeas rode, Karen Griffin Cindy Aprll. Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. J.A.
Mrs. J.T. Carver, and Mrs. co-hostess. The annual election Ladles present who attend-
Brown, Marian Dow ling, Ann Griffin attended the district four
Bobby Taylor. of officers will be held ded the World Day of Prayer '
Starling, Joy Andrews, Janice Conservation Department +
During the program Mrs.Ar- at this time. Lott, Marie Guthrie, Doris held on March :5 at the Pres- meeting In Jacksonville on 4x
len McKnlght of the Bradford The sorority will hono r new Lott, Marie Cuthrle.. Doris O- byterian Church reported on March 10. LtJ! th
County Health Department rushees at a'Preferential Tea verstreet, and Janet Crawford. the success of. this ecumenical The nominating committee
showed a film on the resultsof on Sunday, March 21, from 3 If any young lady 14 years of age service. presented the following slate of A i i-A
rubella measles with a would like to become a Candy: Members asked to serve on of officers for the 1971-72 year:
and answer period fol- to 4 pjn. at the Garden Restaurant the Nominating Committeewere
question Striper she must complete an president, Mrs. John Sanders;
Past sponsors, directors -
Mrs. Paul Meng, Mrs.
application, attend a meetingand : first vice-president !Mrs R.A.
Refreshments were served by Invited, and to attend.members) are also have a Candy Striper spon- Steve Weldon, and Mrs. Robbie Green Sr.; second vice-presi- .
the executive board. Shaller.
sor her. dent Mrs. M.A. Payne;record-
f Rev. Father' James Cregan, Ing secretary, Dr. Florence
Pastor: asked for volunteers Jennings; corresponding secretary -
in collecting for the upcoming Mrs. Hazel Hitch; trea- 4yy
cancer drive In the Starke area. surer, Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton
Father Cregan announced that Hostesses for the meetingwere
4 the Starke Ministerial Alliance Mrs. Hazel Bitch, Mrs.
ST. maxsm is planning a Holy Week Service W.C. Wilson and Mrs. Bill

participate.Mrs.. Members. were Invited to Chambers.

xr Bob Blakewood Invited
members to her home for the
April 14 meeting.
At the close of the meeting, Jamboree, Mar. 27
DANCESponsored refreshments were served by
, Mrs. Shaller At Country Club

You Have To KEEP
Fire AuxiliaryTo There wlllbeaeountiy-Wes- PunchingThis
tern Jamboree Dance at the
Meet MondayThe Starke Golf and Country Club

Saturday, March 27 from 9 p.m. And
By Time
to 1 a.m. Informal dress Tick- Day Just To
Bradford County Volun ets 5.00: a couple.
St. Edward's ChurchMEN'S teer Fire Department Auxlll There will be a Bingo game
ary will meet Monday, Marc. at the club house Wednesday Stay "Even With The Board"
# 22, at 7:30: p.m. at the firehouse March 24 at 8 p.m. Open to !
CLUB the public.
1 The Auxiliary president urges -
all members to make a

March 20 special effort to attend this Important Catholic Men
, Saturday, meeting.Duplicate. NOT

d Sponsor DanceThe 1 If You Have A Growing

8:00: P.M. Till Midnight Bridge
Men' s Club of St. Ed-
I. Winners Named ward's Catholic Church Is sponsoring Savings Account At First
Music By a St. Patrick's Day danceIn : Of
\ the new National Guard Armory -
;t Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Saturday night.March 20,
The Lively Ones line were winners at the quar- from 8 till midnight with music Starke!
terly tournament at Duplicate by The Lively Ones. Admission
bridge Tuesday night. Is $5: donation per couple
Townsend Dent and Ken Dent Bob Blakewood, president of
STARKE NATIONAL. GUARD ARMORY were second place Mrs. Hilda See Them
; the Men's Club, Is chairman of Now
Dey and Mrs. Lucile Davie were arrangements for the dance, .
third; Mrs. G.J. McGrtff Sr. which Is planned to be an annual -
and Mrs. Lex Green were spring eventFortyseven ova solar.

,.G01.lfA fourth. WM.-fHUKI,. -t., ...1 r..
iI The club meets every Tuesday 'ri407'2J7 ,-'....agar.CI..1 ..
COME HAVE night at 7:30 p.m. In the L.Iw.
Pratt Street Recreation Center. members of the '

DONATIONS A GRAND TIME enjoyed Madison an Street hour Baptist of fellowship Church (

II and refreshment at the home
$$5 COUPLE Open heart patients contact of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper SAVINGSup1
Mrs. H.B Hamilton organize Sunday night after church.,

a mended hearts club. _

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Mr. and Mrs. James Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Max Gruen of
had as weekend sruests. Miami are visiting their son
Mr. and Mrs. Wllll Chesserof and daughter-in-law, Dr. and
Salt Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Gruen and family
I Audy Hlnson of Palattta and) this week.
I Mr. and Mrs. James Martltof
Tallahassee and families New Arrivals Mrs. H.C. Sorensen of Man

, and Miss Martha Dennis of darin visited Mr. and Mrs.
I Gainesville to celebrate Mr. C.S. Haddock on Saturday.

, Dennis'
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes Mrs. W.A. Stern and Miss

Mrs. Marguerite Barker Starke announce the birth of Louise Stern attended a concert
spent Wednesday to Friday with a daughter Kimberly Leona of the Krsmanovlch Chorus
March 9 In Alachua Genera?
on at the Jacksonville Civic
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore in
Palatka. Hospital. ,Audltiorium Saturday night.

Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. Bradford County; Hospital announces Mrs. J.D.. Doyle Is a patient
the births
Ella Moody visited Mrs. Mar : In Riverside Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ron
in a nursing
garet Manning
ald Whlsenant Lake Geneva
home in Jacksonville Sunday.Mm. Barks-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
a son Thomas Ronald.! Marct
dale were in marianna on business
Ensle Hardenbrook and 13.Mr. Tuesday to Thursday.Mr. .
Bobby of Jacksonville and Mrs. Clinton Wayne
son '
Wilkinson Lawtey. a daughter
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Don and Mrs. R.L. Ericson
Sheryl Lynn March 14.
Hardenbrook Saturday. of Denver Colo
on were guests
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L.
last week of Mr. and Mrs.Levon .
Sheets Lake Geneva a .
Bakken 11 old Andrews.
Gary years March 15.
his hand and broke
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Ak-

with Ms little rocks: on finger me school while grounds playing ridge, Hampton Lake, a daughter t. !!: OF THE (CPBtT) MITUCI73 OF OOP
Kamerine Lee, March 15.
School Monday.
at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richard George Robert (left) and Warney Atkinson pictured with Trophic
Wimpy Starke twins boy and
Grlder of Femandlna Hew Bonr paeple out read this ..d) look at
Buddy girl March 15. for firit plae In the recent membor-lIu..t tournament. : this picture &lid still
Beach visited his parents, Mr. eojr that there Is no Oed and ttut th y doa't bell**.* alld trust in Owl?
and Mrs. R.II. Grlder Saturday .
social cal April 2 and the Invitational
the on
Coming up on
to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold God endar: April) 3-4. Present handicaps X know there EJ A OOD beoause Ke was holding my husband
win and family and Mrs. Eve Wednesday March 24- Bingo are the best ever but some A. f. (Doddy) OtriMr In His hand Deomber 17. 1970 irhew this eoeUant
Mrs. James McNeely and Baldwin visited Mr. and Mrs. members happoMd with the Silver Mtor In Lnrtey Flerlda.Me .
daughter have returned to the Night, 8 jun. UII7 Bring are still not postIng -
J.B. Godwin 1 n Arcadia over of their all the
I Ii the family for an evening scores time.
home of tier parents Mr.after the weekend.Mr. I Inexpensive fun for all. When you fall to post a score have se much te be thankful for that Be/Jdy did act leee llaber
Mrs. Herbert Thomas, i). Saturday, March 27Coun you may be awarded a par hare brain damage. He suffered M..ral serious Injuries both 00111-
three weeks visit with Mr. and and Mrs. Harold Bran- try Rock Jamboree and Dance round. So let's be sure to post boiw broken shoulder blades, ribs feet, teas. In addition to a skull
Mrs. A.C. Brothers in New ham were In Palatka on Sun $5 couple.) Come In country- those scores good or bad. fracture and all the cute, bruise* and blood olote in his leg.
Bethlehem, Pa. day visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. I I'JI.t western dress or casual attire

Branham. and have a ball dancing The Ail-Out Membership He vo* In the hospital 32 days: and at hone 31 d ys before ho was
Mrs. Bertha Fuller Of Tallahassee Drive Is off the with
to live music by a country- ground allowed
out of bed February lth te walk te the table for his swala.
visited .her son-on-law Miss Gall Reddish left Mon western band. This promises several new memberships reported
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. four further missionary by team captains) Ver-
day for years be the club's
to a high spot on
last Buddy ha* boen in Bill Graham week duty; in Lima Peru. social calendar. non Sllcox. Pat Famsworth
Enroute to Miami she spent spring Wednesday, March 31- Stag Brian Hamilton, and Herlong long, painful d y*. knowing ho would get well erea though it would bo
Mrs. Charlie Wiggins and Monday night with Mr.and Mrs. night. Come early stay late. Adams. If you haven't been long<<, hard struggle. He hu novnr lost the big nila be 1* so noted
children of Stockton Ga. were Don Ray Tllley In Fort Lauder- Sign up early for the annual assigned to a team, contact any for or lost his good snnso of huner.Ha .
Mrs. L.D. Vlnlng'*. They all dale. Strawberry Invitational Tour one of these captains and volunteer
visited Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Vln- nament. Pro-Am will be playedMarijuana your services. 1* still under the doctor' core and Is now *lvethurapyi .
ing in Falatta on Saturday.in Mrs. Edna Moore and grand :. ._._......uu. ..,,.,,U--",'.'.'.. walkb Palatka on Saturday.Mr. daughter. Tammy of Fort My : ::::i : mi: :? W : : :: :::::::::::::::::;:;: bod part of thm tline. Ho voloomo* visitor "y tl.e.

ers are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- David Browning for two weeks.. Dulls Sex Drive I would lUm to toko this opportunity te thank tbn dooton nuraas,
wire were in Fort Myers last Mitona, Shrlners and frlsnd for all of their help in this sad tbe wahT
week visiting their son and Dr. and Mrs. Roy K. Patterson Si Marijuana can make a 35- smoke marijuana nave "a little gone thru thanks to each person who visited Buddy 111 the hospital
family Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jr. of Buena Vista were ,year-old man 70 years old sex sarller Impotence In their and at honm. Please. accept my. sincere thank for th food cards,
Goldwire. Saturday overnight guests of HEM INSURANCE For ually, according to Dr. Wesley sexual drives," Dr. Hall said. flotmr* and prayer. *. Eaoh act of kindness will be forovor. roMBberod.
iRev. and Mrs. R.D. Burch. Dr. mini-lovers with nagging Hall, president-elect of the Amerlcan -
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Patterson is presldentof Southern doubts here's a happy solution Medical Association. "We know that marijuana is .
God bl
Melanie May ** each *f you and fulfill your overy need.
hemline haggle.
and the
granddaughter Seminary Junior College. to a dangerous drug, but we don't
oreen spent last week In This striped cotton knit mini The AMA study leave "very know how dangerous."
Black Mountain, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzen- skirt boasts a five-inch hem little doubt" that marijuana Sinoere17. ,a /. '
in case you're in for a let 7t.. ..if QHa ..-
their 50th sexual impotence /
dod will celebrate Miss it's may cause "With increased use there
down. By Ingenue
Mr. and Mrs. John Harold wedding anniversary on Friday teamed with a matching In men. and causes birth defects Is a lack of sex drive," the Nell OanarOpon
Andrews returned Sunday after March 19. man-tailored: top.w .. when used by women In AMA official said. "It results
Mr. Andrews completed six late stages of pregnancy, Dr. In a man who may be 35 chronologically
months active duty; with the National Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. w Hall said. being 65 or 70 in
Guard at Aberdeen Md. Thelma Dean of Fairfleld and With so-much spying into respect) to his sex drive."
Mrs. Mark Mack sad son Tom personal privacy going on, a "Researchers have deter
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison of Lake City; were visitors ofMr. girt ,Jost doesnt dare put her mined that young men who
visited Mrs. Evelyn Flyim In .. and Mrs. J.G.' Caldwell \Mir up la curlers Mon thru Thurs. 9 to 6 p.m. F>i., Sat. 9 to 7 p.m. Opon Sunday Afternoon
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. during the weekend.

Sgt. and Mrs. Marley Grttfls Ben Holtxendorf will enter
and son are home In Lake St. Vincent's Hospital on March THIS WEEK AT CARP'SUSE
24 for observation and treat'
Butler after spending years .
In Okinawa. They visited Mr. ment. we give you guaranteed

the and weekend.Mrs. C.L. Cooper during ford Local County admittances; Hospital this to Brad week satisfaction and low low

Weldon spent Include: Raymond O. Mann Sr., OURLAYAWAY
Wednesday Mrs. Gladys to Sunday with Mr. Lake Geneva; Mrs.Gladys Bennett prices! ...everyday!!!

and Mrs. J.R. Weldon and family Lawtey: William P. Wilson
In Jacksonville. James Kuykendall and Mrs. DRESSY
Evelyn Scales, Keystone FOR YOUR
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Heights; Mrs. Nelma Keen BLOUSES
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Mrs. Clyde Tomllnson. Pauline SPRINGTHINGS
Bates In Jacksonville over the Peterson, Mrs. Dorothy Lee PANASONIC e.o.
Griffls Mrs. Nlta Brown.
weekend. James Locke Jr., Mrs. AUct.GoBdlll. r'f:' $399

Miss Lynda Hardy of the University Mrs. Gladys Under ,
and Rufus ,
bill Charles Torode 9 TV a" ,
at Ganrvl waft weekend -. 'Starke. OJ"" ', ,.
guest at, Mr. and: Mrs,.
Urie Wiggins 'and' son, Gone. PANT LADIES
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moral

Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early and family of Panama City; spen S-T-R-E-T-C-H
visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. $6484 DRESSES

Sanford in Tavares ov r the H.A. Lawson. Joining the family .
weekend.Mr. on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. & SETS PANTS
Joe Jordan and family of Live

and Mrs. Orie Wiggins No mor "waiting for plcturt P.,. "'...
Oak.Mrs. or 1001x1. Thlt TV feature." louol. '
attended the funeral of a cousin 99 $500
Vera Holt In Mac- Thelma Mendoza and Inaiant on plctura ind sound. $8 II ,wI
Mrs. Mary Beth and UHF A VHP r''pllon I 1yaar 0
elenny Tuesday of last week. randchlldren guannu. *. ,',,"
Klffy: Mendoza of Jacksonville, OUR REG.

WOlf and Mrs. Albert Foster were Saturday visitors of Mrs. larga variety of ttylet 85.99
and Sgt W.T. Smith attended Carrie Rltch and Miss Annie ncolorfu fOlidt apittormtJr \
Darby. & Mi Met
a retirement and reception
dinner in honor of Gen REALTONE

eral J.M. Finn of Atlanta at Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews WORLD WIDE
the Officers: Club in St. Augustine visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce 5BANDRADIO
March 10. Mathews and family InMaltland
Sunday to Wednesday of last
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper week. They were accompanied
visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter by Mrs. Cula Coran who visited NEW MIDLAND AM-FM AC-DC

Stewart night.in Gainesville Saturday relatives In Winter Park. "Easy .Read"Clock Radio $27 7- ,

fell Pric*
Mrs. H.B. Fraiee and Mrs. Clyde. Anderson; daughter,. $ 6
Eddie Feingold of Ocala: were Betty, and son.Joe of Gadsden,. IIOmlnut. "Hp .hut-ol''. 28 ",
Monday visitors of Mr. and Ala. are guests this week of llel. Prl..

Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paul).

George Hamilton left Tuesday BLACK & DECKER
for basic National Guard duty; Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Haves Little Girls

at weeks.Fort Jackson( S.C. for eight were Jimmy visiting Thrasher Mr.In and Fitzgerald Mrs. JIGSAW Pant Sets OUR PRICE SALE $FR60M 99

Is maMnz Ce, over the weekend. B"utiful Million, .. of coiorf.' ..,1'. a I''cl.'
Mrs. L.D. Green 'ROM 14 II''
her home with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Keith GUllng- JR. BOYS SHIRTS
Mrs. EUse Pass, at 128 N. ham sad family of Tampa spent CORMNGWARE Sport Shirt.. Knit Shl.... Short 8I.... Shlrtl. Strip.. Ik P.lt.m.
Street. sad Mn.SaI. P.rm. P.... II.! .. 3-7 J for 15.00
Church the weekend with Mr. $12 fcrPu. JR. BOYS SLACKS

Mr. and Mrs. K.T. Duncan .. .., ,. ,., c",1dme.lI.
HI Cu. wood t 11' qt. "
of West Point Ga. spent me Mrs. Freeman Register a pl..I1... 1I..pen..
weekend with Mrs. K.G. Dun of Athens. Ala. is visiting Mrs.
can and Mr. sad Mrs. Rudolph 'Betty Register this week. GIRLS PANTYHOSE
Crawford. Mrs. K.G. Duncan DRESSY
returned to West Point with CLAIROL SCHICK

CUR REG. 81.00No"
Mr. sad Mrs. Ralph' Dtegs COUNTY TELEGRAPH .DRY Professional ", .,Inkl. S..h. fill e
sad daughter, Carol visited .......... rr ry Thanderu 1_. a. e, $ O44 s' 10 .,. 8 4
IP 3 In
Mr."and Mrs. Bob FarrfDr and us w. on wvMt INSTANTs HAIRDRYER ..... .Olor.. JOUR REQJ99
In Brooksvllleon. Nylon Ho...
Cordon Sullins Mark! Florida 32M1
.Sunday. I HAIRSETTER BOYS DRESS SHOES 1111" 0 11..our 0 5..

Sec**] clot .....* MMat .
r.Q1. audP4ra.Man1D I SUrke, neridfe8e I fOld. to S0184c
Rom: Italr were weekend World lwg IHlllngl OuIcKMt $2291 guests .''Ol' Dr.ADd ,Mrs. 4. erl Mesi RotesiJa will)2O HMtd tolHn. in*. f er J i SIM i Prl..

Barnr.Osses. (rse.ar.*.s $.... ser Prl..

Jane, yeeyj IMS six sairtfc*.
Melody Cyttino.
Crosiu .<*< dlngeY Baldwin ofTlft > Ovtolde tea** .....: t&M I'

Colleae srev home '. on Mr years.11... etc i..... I'I
Spring break this week. I
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Bolt Clerk Merrill Edwards pointedout ter, as the crowd still milled' Core Welaner, 17, Keystone
301 MeetCo't Lightning Electric again that a 10 per cent a- before leaving. Chairman Tucker Heights, sponsored by Stump's TIlE GENERATION defined gap but Is
cross-the-board Increase called the meeting back Department Store of Starke. tort of loosely ,
( from Rates. would raise the required $60- Into session to discuss chang- Sharon Howell, 18, Starke, you know you have crossedover
pog 1)) to the other side the first
ing the Increase to the utility sponsored by Norman's Straw-
000, or come close to It. ; calls
from the counties. This wouldbe Holiday Inn Manager Bill Clo- tax.Illness berry Farm. time" somebody you
of considerable assistancetnobtalntngrightofwny Kills WomanOn (Con't from page 1)) er pointed out his motel paid forced Tucker to "sir. e e e .
In Du- $23,000 In Just electric bills leave, but Wiggins moved to Entrants will be Judged on inch Christ-
val County for the 4.7 mile segment Explaining the necessity for last year, which would mean It double the utility tax with an natural beauty, to Include figure mae.
of US-301 located therein. the Increase to cover gas pur- would face a $2,300 Increase. escalation clause Including and face, hair, personality, postmarking cuds and
The group met with Gov. Askew chases for the power plant, "I think we're toohlgh"Glover that Ms motion supercede the and poise. Judging will be on busy this time packages(
for about 43 minutes. Chairman Nell Tucker told an said, adding that Starke pervious one. Councilman Jim- appearance In bathing suit, after The Office Grouch wonders If
Joining Mizell at the conference KingsleyMrs. audience of about 12 persona doesn't have "an awful lot" to my McRae gave the second, 5 wear, sportswear, and thve Is a Humbug, N.D.
were Dlst 7 Senator Bob present for the public hear- offer tourists except US-301. Noegel voted for It with Bowen street clothes. :
Saunters, John Armstrong, ing: The clerk pointed out the city opposed for another 3-1 decis-
chairman of the Nassau County Installed $25,000 In sewer equipment ion. Entries were limited to girls
Commission; Zedra Hamil Doris Irene McVey 49! Although there was consider- "It's Just simple, the city to service the 100- between 16 and 21 years of I
vice-chairman: of the Brad- was killed Instantly about 4:15 able wind and hard rain accompanying cannot absorb these costs until room motel, but the city gets age who live In Baker, Bradford -
ford Commission; O.II. Buchanan p.m. Saturday when struck by the thundershower, a new budget is made In only $2 per month for that in- Pageant. Clay, Putnam and Union
tJtJassau county commissioner lightning In a rented fishing the bolt that struck Mrs. Mc September," Chairman Nell vestment. Counties.
;; Richard King, Nassau boat on Kingsley Lake, Vey appeared to be a more or Tucker told the visitors. He Councilman Jimmy Bowen,
County engineer, and Buford Mrs. McVev and her husband. less Isolated Incident, as there then asked for a surcharge of who opposed the Increase,asked Mrs. Jane Watson Is In charge 702i&6.
Mitchell and John Myers, representing William II. McVey Jr.:, of 1591 was very little lightning other some typo on utilities to makeup again how the city plans to (Con't from page 1)) of the 1971! pageant sponsoredby
the local Chamber. South Lane Avenue, Jackson- wise. the Increased costs in gas come up with $78,000toflnance the Starke Junior Woman'sClub.
t' ville, were hurrying to shoreIn prices. two new engines at the power sponsored by the Clvltal Club. .
the face of a threatened Tucker said the council bud- plant, as It must do In the Starke.
It thundershower, when the tragedy geted $92,000 for natural gas near future If It cannot ab- Pearle Wolfred, 16, Starke
fawn Country occurred. They had rented 2,000 Drivers purchases for the power plant. sorb the gas Increase until the sponsored by the Bradford
the boat earlier Saturday Arrested for. He said expenditures at the new budget In September County Hospital Auxiliary.
; Meeting:Set morning from Strickland's half way point in the fiscal year At that point Councilman 0- Patricia Diane Yarborough, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
r Landing for an all-day fishing Leaving SceneMore are running $25,000 ahead of rle Wiggins moved to Increase 17, Macclenny, sponsored by
TV Map Program where they should be. City reserves electric sale 10 per cent, which Raynor Pharmacy Macclenny..
trip.Mr. than 2,000 drivers were have been exhausted by would have raised about$56,000 Donna Marie Bryan 17, STARKE
McVey was temporarily, arrested by the Florida Highway the excess expenditures. per year. His motion was seconded Starke, sponsored by Starke
partially paralyzed and stunnedby Patrol last year for leaving the Tucker also pointed out It by Councilman Billy Noo- Elks Lodge #1802. PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE
A Town and Country Commujilly the bolt and was brought to scene and falling to report traffic costs the city 3/4 of a cent per gel with Councilman Jimmy Yvonne Reed, 17, Starke,
Meeting, sponsored by the emergency room of the accidents, according to KW to generate current at the McRae also voting for It Is a sponsored by the Starke Shrine -
the.: Neighborhood Service Center Bradford County Hospital the Florida Highway Patrol. power plant, not Including distribution 3-1 decision which Bowen opposed Club. HEIGHTS
,' will be held in the ItJE where he was discharged Sun- "Drivers of vehicles Involved costs. It would cost Kendall Turner 16, Keystone
building on N. Pino Street. day. The lightning struck Mrs. In an accident resulting 1.1 cents per KW to purchase The meeting was then adjourned Heights, sponsored by Belote PHONE 17.1-3176: :
Purposes of the meeting will in Injury, death orpropertyda- power Tucker said, making but a few minutes la- Drugs of Kll.
be McVey with a direct hit to the mage of $50 or more, must that approach unfeasible.
presentation; of a film and too of her head when the boat by the quickest means of com- If the council Is looking for
WU about a mile off
discussion of gardening.(Funds ouarter munication notify the local gas prices to go back down
available for low Income families shore. The seat on which she police department, if such accident It is mistaken, said George
,garden plotsCommunity ). was riding In the bow of the occurs within a munic- Brown, Starkerefrlgerationand
action at the boat was splintered,her clothes ipality, or the nearest stationof air-conditionIng contractor. PRE -SEASONSAT
torn from her and
Bradford County Fair. were body, the Florida Highway Patrolor Why not cut somewhere else,
,Plans and priorities for CAP the she the County Sheriff," said Instead of Increasing costs,
81 {.(what whould you like In shredded purse, according was carrying to coroner was Col. Reid Clifton director of asked Warren Winkler, owner
the program grant for 19727) the Patrol. of Winkler Electric.
Graham Hutchison of Lake Geneva
All. Interested persons are The driver of a vehicle Involved The council said It can find
who held that no Inquestwas
Invited to attend this impor- In an accident resultingIn no services which can be cut
tant meeting. necessary.Mr. Injury or death must Im- and no city employees which
McVey could not makeIt mediately stop at the scene are not needed In their present
back to Strickland's, but and render assistance, givIng capacities. In fact Street Supt.
.d r landed the boat at the Carl name, address and regis- S.K. I licks said he could use
Johns place on the northwest tration number of the vehicle. more men. It was also pointed -
side of the lake where help was A driver willfully falling to out the city has only three
SALE stop and comply with these linemen for the electric distribution
FOR summoned. A small dog, also requirements when there Is an system.
C Location riding In the boat was knocked Injury or death, shall upon conviction It's a simple business pro- .
I unconscious and was later put be guilty of a felony. position, Chairman Tucker told
to sleep by a Starke veterinarian. When an accident Is investi- Winkler. When the price of a
6 Bedrooms, 2 Baths gated and a written report Is refrigerator goes up, It Is
made by an officer, the driver passed on to the customer,
4 Lots Hutchison slad the lightning Is no longer required to Tucker said. The city Is simply on new Carrier air :
make a written report. using the same principle,
tiiirnpd a four-inch furrow a-
1606 W. Madison St. bout six Inches long In Mrs. "If you are Involved In an he pointed out.
; McVey's head, and seemed to accident and the other driver "We have a problem, we must conditioning equipment
leaves the do something about It," Tucker
Phone 964.5461 emerge from her body. In the scene, you are not
repeated, If the
relieved of your responsibility asking council
area of the thigh.
2T. 3.25 to report it," concluded wanted to act. -
Col. Clifton. But the session continued as IItIIIth'-- -

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HAMPTON" .. ..SOS Heard By. Local NSC 000 Carpet Tile Sales Hike PredictedConsumers

>By Mr. D. E. DID (This Is the second In a series The NSC la manned from v will buy $75 are square of carpet with a

'a S A -IS fl_S=SSrS, operation of articles of: CUBB concerning: Economic the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. dally. The pay 10 cents a mile for use room to store donated clothIng centers In four counties is million worth of carpet tiles high density foam rubber
Agency. Topic of this installment staff also does what Is termed"outreach" of an automobile, but not for: and household goods. 142795. with $74,361 this the this year, and increase the bucking. They are installed
work with individuals
SANTA FE CEMETERY is the local neighborhood at homes educating thepublic the volunteer's time. Since Total program budget for federal share, and $68,434 total to $.100 million worth like ordinary carpet, but look
service center. -Editor) to use the, services available moving; to RYE, the center has 1970-71 for NSC for the eight local. The local share is virtually by 1975 according to indulIlike broadloom when the job
Trustees of Santa Fe Ceme !; all donations of goods
through the center and try exe<'utives. Carpet tiles is completed
tery are now planning to take By Barbara Hill and services: free use of the
more of the surrounding land other CUBB programs. County's Average Wage Earner building in Starke, for Instance;
Into the cemetery and will Starke's Neighborhood Ser- Not in advisory help from Dr. A.Y.
theory an employmentoffice
accept donations to help In the vice Center, 'one of eight operated .the NSC In fact many Better Off Than 5 Years AgoDoes Covlngton, county\ ; health officer i
molectaccor ; and other volunteer goods Can You
IngtoMrs.Mary In Clay, Union, Baker, times serves as Just that.Many and services in varying a- TopCHILDREN'S These?
Watterson. treasurer. The and Bradford Counties by CUBB women who learned to sew in
cemetery owns 40 acres, Mrs. Economic Agency, la located sewing classes at the center the average wage earn- To buy two dozen eggs, grade mounts.An\ -
Watterson says, and since most In er in Bradford County; have to A he estimated five per cent
a wing of the former RJE have since gone to work at largo, needs to put in 35
of the land Inside the work harder and longer than of the budget goes for outreachand
cemetery school Pine minutes the Even
on Street in the one of the local garment fac- on Job. thoughthe KOCH 8
bas nevi been used some of Reno section. tories. CUBB bought two sew he did five years ago to com- eggs cost more today, in case records; 25 percent
the "outside" land will be SOS for neighborhood problems ing machines to use, and they pensate for the higher cost of dollars and cents, they are of the budget goes for transportation -
? Increased
living with his to work,and train-
cleared and plotted. Any donations Is a slogan of the local are kept busy. More younger cheaper in terms of working
Income Is he better off than
may be sent to Mrs. Wat- NSC- "to See the need Or- girls are now learning to sew, ? time. ing.Mrs.
he then Annett is director
terson, at Hampton. ganize the community, and Mrs. DIxon says, and some was A woman's wool skirt that Hughes ,
It bolls down to how much of the eight centers,
Solve the problem. and may purchased after 231
girls women bring in their
MORE CONSTRUCTIONIn Individuals have volunteeredtime mending.A he can buy with his weekly minutes of work today would located in Orange Park, Green .
wage at the present time com- Cove Springs, Penney Farms, -
town, Walden Wadsworth talents, and materials cooking class for those required considerablymore
pared with what he could buy Clay Hill, Lake Butler, MJC-
toward time in
has completed outside medical and 1965.
cement employ- using commodity: ; foods was
block walls of a new ment contacts, rehabilitation, 'sponsored by NSC last year. then. In the Bradford County area, clenny, Sanderson and Starke. W1LKJNS1N BLADES- -5V28$
Figures show that, dlsptte Through these, the new emer-
workshop on the lot recreation, and to
adjacent day care,
Every Thursday now there is
the sharp Inroads in the pur- tics. gency food and medical service
to the Wadsworth home transportation.One class KAZ
i cooking at the center MIST
and has roof trusses ready to such Individual Is Mrs. nostly) with teen-agers or chasing power of th e dollar local are 44 per cent higher, on a- program provides short term
be put In place. He had his Emily Isen, a retired Lake y the typical; worker in the verage, than five years ago. help for emergency situations MEDICATED AERSOl 59
Teaching area is in better financial shape where county aid,welfare,commodities -
Geneva During the
old frame work h1p building school teacher who has Job skills also Include same period, the
than in 196$. His earnings have or other aid is not
torn down, and .Is constructing been tutoring at the center sinceIt many less tangible things, cost of goods and services rose
the masonry building on cement opened. Mrs Isen helps slow Mrs. DIxon believes. She uses gone offset up mon rise in than enough. to by a smaller amount, 21.3 per- immediately available."Some REVLON HAIR SPRAY - 49$
the prices.In
slab on the same site. readers, the handicapped, student volunteers whenever they are cent, according to average figures -
On Highway 301, next to the who come to her during available and makes use of many such Is section not the nf case.the c country Some from the Labor Depart- REGULAR HARD TO HOLD BLEACHED
Rayonler property Mr. and the summer months in the mor- local and state agencies. With ment.A .
Mrs. F.R. Frelze and son are ning, and after regular school health department workers,she families are having a struggleto special study by the Tax- REVLON
because the rising
completing inside hours during the school that keep even Foundation shows how much "
finishing on year. sees medical appointmentsare
their cement block home.Long Center Director Thelma dept, often providing trans- their cost Income of living has outpaced time the typical; American i COLORSILK HAIR COLORING 99$
time residents of Waldo, they Dixon describes the big changeIn portation.For gains. worker puts In, during an 8-
are now living In Starke until one of Mrs. Isen'a ".tII- vocational rehabilitation, What the picture looks like hour day, to cover his various
they're able to move Into the dents" after he attended her a state worker from Gaines- now, compared with five years living expenses.To II VICKS APORUB - 39$
new house In about two months, classes for more than a year. ville Is available for counsel- ago, is brought out In surveys meet his tax bills, he has
Mr. Frelze says. "You're dealing with human Ing at Starke at the health made by the Bureau of Labor to work 2 hours and 43 minu- ,I
At Hampton Lake, John Buck- beings, and it's hard to mea- center twice a month. Statistics, the Tax Foundation tes. Food and tobacco comes CLEARSIL CREAM - 59$
ner, Gainesville optometrist, sure the dollar return," says Volunteers continue to be and others. next 59 minutes. The nunber
has been building an A-frame CUBB Director Nelson Rlos. needed at the center, for car- They show, for example, mat of minutes for other needs people are HO unx
redwood home on the lot next He is high in-Ms praise for pools, help with activities, and the average working man In are: housing, 57; transportation Ions to make u living that EXCEDRIN100'5 - 88$
to Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Williams the NSC and Its staff of Mrs. to keep the center open when Bradford County now earns e- 40; clothing 25; medical, forgotten how to I h
21 minutes of work,
of Starke, who hope to build Dixon and her two aidesLo- evening meetings and activities nough, 21; and recreation, 18. The remaining -
la Williamson to buy a pound of chuck roast, I hour and 43 minutes
next year on their property and Lillian Cum- call for extra hours.
Just farther west, on the curve mlngs. For transportation,CUBB canTHANK best grade, or the equivalent. is for all other purposes.
of SR 18, the Grtflls home has
been under construction with
cement blocks as far as the


Mr. and Mrs. George Row
and small daughter, Donna, of
Corry, Pa. were recent visi- To The People OfStarke / i
tors here with Mrs. M.L. Wat- / a 1
terson. They lived In Hampton

during Camp BlandIng days. And North
Randy Hayes son of Mr. and
Mrs. Foster Hayes called his

parents last weekend from A- FloridaLi
thens. Greece. In the Marine

Corps Randy recently received
"a promotion to lance-corporal
In the military police.
Jerry Brown son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Brown who is s
stationed' in Okinawa with the
Marines, wrote his parents recently -
that he had injured his
leg In a fall, and was in the -
hospital with his leg In a cast

for Wendy 21 days.11111 completed Intern Our Ford Team scores with the biggest

teaching in third grade In A.

for popka two last weeks week before, and is return-home .. White Sale ever. Great buys throughout

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ville. the line. Truck, used cars, too!


We wish to express our sin- .
cere appreciation to the many > fs
friends who did so much for us
during our recent sorrow In & \
the loss of our wife and mother,

Mrs. Sunshine Williams. We "
are grateful for
;your every expression -
of sympathy. The flowers
the food, visits, cards,
consoling messages, and your We Have Won The
prayers have comforted our
hearts more than we can teU
Hawaiian Trip
you.May Go d richly bless each

one of you even as ;you have
been a blessing to each of us. -
We especially!; thank those from
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
for vice.their kind and efficient ser- To Show Our Ap-

Gratefully) y/>urs-- W.H., Williams -
tom.a .
WeAreOffering p
John, Betty, and Wayne preciation

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bride lays thus ridiculous a

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brought, in 3 runs. ,

OVER ORANGE PARK FERNANDINA Spirits ran high when Mike
Comerford caught pop flies
from Michele Schulman, first
grade teacher, and Mr Thurs-

Runners Win TriMeetBradford's ton Second Henry, team pitcher John

Bristol caught a line drive hit

by catcher Peggy Stanwlx-Hay,
is4A al and a pop fly by 2nd baseman J ;l
r N Maids Kahn. Y'
Lost to BHS for two week, relay team after It won by
hot-footed track at least. Is sprinter Brant Turner more than 100 :yards. A Palatka Mrs. Mattie Ellle was the
men took their seventh decision who runs a 22.5 or 23.0 official ruled a Bradford run- only female faculty; memberto '
In eight meets Tuesday when leg on the halt mile relay. ner had stepped on the inside get a base hit and make a 1 I' Y '1 a Y?
they won a three-way Florida Turner pulled up lame Satur- boundary line of the track.It run, but Mrs. Kahn tagged sec-
Star Conference go over tough be ond to out a student
day In Palatka. He may player and
back 10 points and
Orange Park and Fernandina gave
back In shape In time for the "our morale all but Mrs. Stanwix-Hay caught two
The meet went down the wire Florida Relays. gone at home plate to cancel stu-
due to the call being questionable -
with BUS' Buddy Burch Benjy dent
Coach said. The
Paterson, and
coach noted the same thing
Richard FlU having to take a happened to BUS at Palatka -- Cheerleaders and ball players These men from the North Florida Foxhunters: Association : -

do-or-dle win In the mile relay Vault3)) B. Clark 9-6, last year and that the last Tfeam 1: First row O-r) Clay Watson Capt. Mike Strick- were special supper guests were all winner In the Florida West Coast Foxhunter

for the victory O Keys 9-6. thing he told his runners was land, Everett Hayes, Robert Smith. In rear: Tim Sharpe, of the PTA and were given Field Trials In Dade City; March 5 and 6.
Long Jump3) Henry 18-IL free tickets to the
to from the inside country mu- Pictured from L-R are Wesley Moody, H.F. Wiggins, Jerry
stay John
"You can't say enough about away Rlggs, LeFevers, Jack LeFevers, Jimmy Rau-
High Jump-I 1) D. Crawford : show which followed.
Wadsworth Doley Horsey, and Sonny Douglas. Not pictured
them," Coach George Loper line. The BUS coach said he lerson.
6-0, 2) Murphey 5-10, 4) Brown
laid Going Into the two mile 5-8. had stationed around the trackto Is Buddy Kennard.

run at the Orange Park event tied 120-Yd IHU J 1)) Andrews 16.2, see where the boys ran. ....--.-------------...'-.-'--__. ...__.__.--="'.__._-_.._ -
the Raiders and BHS were 2) Murphey 16.7. "Several false starts were
62-alL OP went 1-2-3 In that Dash-Douglas9.9!) l
100-YD. not called back, especially In :
event to take a lead while BUS 4)) Barber 10.1. the 100 and the final race, the ryr;
Hodges fourth pla etfinis Mark Mile Run2) Paterson 4:45, mile relay. Someone shouted to "ftp,
880-Relay-I 1) BUS 1:33.4: (M, Vernon Barber to get off the r +
But OP was shut out of the Crawford, Bennett Lennon, track. This caused him to stop, a obiL2tiiL
mile relay when BHS finished ). \r :;
Douglas recover, but too late. t
first In the very respectable 440-Yd. Dash- DBarber) 53.5,
early season time of 3:35.3: 3) B. Clark 536. "It was Justone of those days j t
and Fernandina Beach finished 180-Yd LH1)) Andrews 22.5, when everything goes wrong
second, and OP third.The Raid- 4)) Murphey 23.2. and problems seem to snow-' a f
ers had to be shut out of the 880-YdRun-lFII12:04.J) ball. Although our morale was

mile relay for BUS to win. SPR-I 1)) BUS 2:04.0 (Barber, shattered, our boys gave a valIant Green'sI t tt
Richard Fill anchored the effort" Coach Loper says.
Lennon, Douglas, M. Crawford). I Lyman
mile relay for BUS with a
the half 224-Yd Dash- 2)) T, Clark Friday the Tornado runners
51.9 split. Fill also ran 24.4. 4)) Bennett 24.7.
travel to Jacksonville for the
had hit 2:03
mile in 2:04 but :
Two Mile Run4) M. Hodges annual Fletcher Relays, where ,
twice this season.
11:23.Mile\ .
BHS finished with 84 points : Loper expects his runners to PERSON
Relay-I 1)) BHS, 3:35.3: finish In the in several '
to win Orange Park had 73 money t :
(Burch, B. Clark, Paterson '
races, even considering the SAT. AFTERNOON
points trailed, with and 35.Fernandina Beach Fill). Class AA competition. FREE Barb-Cue I

It was a good win for the ;. Red Hollingsworth
To date this season the Tor-
Tornado trouble runners Saturday after In they Palatka had PALATKA RELAYSA nado trackmen are 7-1 in dual, Team 2: First row: Captain John Bristol, Wayne Reid, AND i

where two winning relays teams trl, and Quadrangular\ meets. Dwight Emory, ReId Harley In rear: Jerry Smith, Timothy I
were disqualified.The BUS mile strong Palatka South team The BHS team has also scored : Roberta, Peter Henry, Mike Commerford, Randy Walker. HIS STRING BAND

relay team had a 25-yard lead paced by Hesket BIstues'18-1/2 more points than 27 than teams nine It 322 N. Temple Avenue
has faced and less
In Palatka, winning easily, but points, won the Palatka Relays Class AA 6
teams, Including
going away Saturday with 116-1/2
it didn't count.
Most of the younger BHS thln- points. competition.BHS I Saturday March 20th ,
clads turned in their top per- Ocala Forrest was a distant performances at Palatka ,
second with 61-1/2 points, Orange -
formances of the season In Orange Included John Douglas' second
Park. In the 100-yard Park was third with 42
place finish In the 100-yard '
dash, for example, sophomores points, and Bradford High and
dash In 9.8, which lowers his p1tY j 9 SPECIAL SATURDAY
of Gainesville tied
Vernon Barber placed fourth P.K. Yonge BHS
with a 10.1, Levy Lennon hada for fourth place with 41-1/2 school record. Douglaswon tY t11: .... C7J
the 220 dash In 22.2 and
10.2,and Tommy Clark a 10.3. points each. anchored the third place 880- 's Bar-B-Que Chicken Sandwich
Twelve teams participated In "
All three times were the run- yard relay team. 6
ners' best ever. Barber also the meet. 't
turned In his best 440-yard Tornado runners started with Donnie Crawford won the high\ Q AND COKE
dash ever, a 53.5 which netteda problems and ended with problems Jump, going 5-10. 96 FREE
blue ribbon. Coach George Lopei The BHS 440-yard relay team : M' "r "" SLAW
Senior sprinter John Douglas said. Hurdler Jimmy Andrews, was third In 45.7. t.eI .
ran under 10 seconds for one of BHS' strongest performers Tim Murphey placed sixthin
the fifth time Tuesday with was In bed with the flu the high jump, 120-yard high Is
his 9.9 which won for BHS. Ills which cost the Tornadoes a hurdles, and 180-yard low hurdles Our A tt New Dining Room t.
best time Is 9.8. possible 16 points. t
"These young kids are begin- BUS was leading the 440-yard '
ning to come around," Coach relay when anchor man Brant The BHS 880-yard relay team Nmv Open!
Loper points out."They're getting Turner pulled up lame and finished was fourth at 1:37. k ;
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experience, gaining confi- a slow third. The Injury Captain Buddy Paterson tooka ,

dence In themselves, and beginning necessitated considerable third place in the half mile Cheerteaders: First Row: Beth Hamilton. those the ,for the t
Fora quick 'lunch 'for on run or .
to develop." That gives shifting of realy team person- run' In 2:05: Richard Fill was Tamara .Johns, Isabel Bristol,BrendarHayes. Second row: ,

BUS added depth which will nel at the last minute. fourth. and Dotmte: Barch seventh -* Darlene Sharpe, Stacy.Hayes, Tammy Andrews, Susan Hau- whole family Enjoy our delicious Bar-B-Que-Special
mean a lot when the conference But the blow which stung the lersont! .Teresa Booty.,and standing Captain Rhonda Harrell.
meet rolls around this season most was the disqualification The two mile relay team seta
Loper notes. of the outstanding BHS two mileIn new BITS record of 8254.: luncheon daily SPECIAL t

Sandwiches Plates
Brooker Braves LUNCHEON

were Bradford's leading hitters By The Pound DAILY t

with two each and Danny McKinney Tie
was the winning pitcher Faculty 1313The BAR-B-QUE CHICKEN HAMBURGERS MOT''
BHS Nine for the Tornadoes

I Bradford committed nine errors BAR B QUE RIBS HOT DOGS TWO VEGETABLES

while Palatka made six. fifth and sixth grade my Raulerson. Reed Harley HOT BISCUITSTEA
Braves at Brooker Elementary knocked a home run and pit- BAR B QUE BEEF FRENCH t
"If we continue to Improve, School the cher Mike Strickland's home t
played faculty to
we should be a real contenderfor a run at the bottom of the 7th FRIES '
Wins PairTornado tie In
a seven Inning softball BAR PORK
the conference,"Allen said. Saturday afternoon. brought In the loaded basest $1.25 1
d tied the game. SLAW BAKED BEANS SALADS A ,. ,
"Hitting has been the best Rain kept the teams from Faculty husbands Cliff Schul- I
part of our game. If our field- playing to break the 13-13 tie. man and Ray Stanwix-Hay balanced
ing comes up to par, we'll bea Runs were made by Everett out Reed and Mike's home PHONE OPEN 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. WEEKDAYS
the first Inning, Bradford much Improved ball club" Hayes, DwIght Emery, Clay runs with two of their own. ,
baseballers won two scored six runs on four hits Watson, Tim Sharp, Jerry Pitcher V.R. Ferguson and Fill., AND SAT. 10 A.M. to 12 P.M ,
games by one run, one In extra and two errors.Bradford pickedup Smith, Robert Smith, John Le- short stop Connie Clark pro- 964-8199
Innings, and lost anotherby another run In the third of fevers, Jack Lefevers, John vided several runs for the faculty CLOSED SUNDAYBring :
the same small margin in two errors, to lead 7-0 at the Rlggs, Peter Henry, and JIm- team. David Kahn's triple .. .
the past week's action. bottom of the third. Court

Says Divorce ..................................e...........................................- .- ..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.........-.-_ ; ,=
: :
The Bradford High nine now Live Oak came back, but with
stands at 2-2 for. the young sear to little and too late, as the Available To Poor ; :;

son. Hitting has been the Bulldogs scored two In the fifth i The To The Bradford County i'
strongpoint so far, but the Tor- and three In the sixth Without CostIn Family
nadoes must cut down
on errors -
Johnny B.own the win- .
in the field to be a flo- : .
and Don Bucknerthe
ning pitcher .
rida Star Conference
contender loser an 8-1 decision last week, # ,
Coach John
says Allen. the U.S. Supreme Court openedup :
: P
The two wins came In a 9-8 .
"The Tornadoes made only state divorce courts to Indigent \ ".
decision over Palatka In 10 two errors, which was consid- .
people) who cannot afford 1rEltR Y .
Innings Friday, the other Ina erably better, Coach John AlIen to pay the cost of their I fINt1 TA101t :
7-6 regulation game over said. suits. ..
Live Oak But the tide turned t :
Tuesday when Green :
The decision said that a perlon's .
Springs edged past BUS by one seek divorce "
run. 5-4. should not be dependent upon ..
Friday, the Tornadoes won his wealth. If the person can- : i .
r .
Its biggest and first victory of not afford to pay the costa of '
GREEN COVE GAME the season, as Bradford defeated seeking a court judgment. he .. .
Palatka 9-8 in 10 Innings. or she should be allowed to .
Green Cove got off on the action .. .
anyhow .
file the divorce '.
"Palatka with Fernan-
right foot as they scored one along .
run their first time to bat dina, are expected to lead the the opinion said.. .. "
Tuesday. conference," Allen said I i/W' .:
Bradford came right back in The second Inning was a big The ruling Involved a group r.1 Y I : =
for both teams with Brad- of Connecticut women who were h
the bottom of the second.James ?..'" "" .
McNeal started things off for ford coming out on the short too poor to pay an average of ".
the Tornadoes with a single. end. The Tornadoes scored six $60 in court costs and sheriffs :

Larry Brown promptly followed runs, while the Braves made fees for their divorces.
McNeal's with seven. Their case was taken up by the
another single, putting,men on New Haven Legal Assistance I! nd StrawCery Festiv.i
first and second. Johnny Brown The bottom of the seventhwas Association, which argued that
then singled, scoring McNeal. a crucial inning for the the women were being forcedto : .
Tornadoes Palatka led
McGovern as 8-6. remain "In ruined mar
Randy then scored
I 1 I Brown on a sacrifice fly John- Larry Brown started things riages" rather than"being"free Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. March 31 3 i :
ny Brown made It 3-1 as he off for the Tornadoes with a to, build new lives. All of the April 301 North
women were on welfare.In .
stole home.Bradford.
y single. Jerome Williams walked '
1 picked up anotherrun and Johnny Brown singled.With
In the bottom of the fourth the bases loaded, Ricky Ben- 1968. a three-Judge federal I
: when Randy McGovern doubled district court said the state i VISIT THE EXCITING MIDWAY
and then scored nett got a base hit sending( could Umlt access to Its :.
'j on a single by home two runs. This tied the
r Danny McKInney. and forced It Into extra civil courts, particularly divorce -

.... Bradford led 4-1 but It was game Innings. courts, by requiring fees S FUN FOR THE FAMILY i
n't enough, as Green Cove that bar people on relief from j RIDES ftV :
bringing suits The Supreme
J i 'i picked up four runs In the top Neither team could score In
the 8th 9th, but In the bot- Court's decision Is a flat reversal -
T or
A f the sixth. This gave Green :
.; .. tom of the 10th Dean John of the lower court.. *
Cove a 5-4 Florida Star Conference *" SvGAMES. PRIZES i
>' ; victory. walked Ernie Trleat then sacrificed I .
It t I Johns to second with a Justice J.M. Harlan said the f-
J i i bunt, rule that a divorce suit can- i ..- suss*ssinsB-s ssfl ss ----------------- ---Ml :" : :

;!; Larry Brown then drove In not be pay filed the unless costs is a personcan a violation VISIT THE EXHIBITS THE VARIOUS % 4 R :

LIVE OAK. CAME the winning run with a fly ball of the Constitution's i I 04 .

t Bradford's second: victory: of to center field, when the center guarantee of "due process of DISPLAY BOOTHS LIVESTOCK REGISTER Jj y\1 : :
the season came at the expense fielder and left fielder col- law." He 1 underlined the fact : ,

at Live oak as the Tornadoes lided. that there Is no other way to +k FOR FREE PRIZES .'.4" :;.
nipped the Bulldogs 7-0 Saturday. obtain a divorce but In the i : .. .
Brown and Dean Johns
Larry courts. ..........................................N..............................................................:

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will face competition from Clay County netted $2,621 I
Mexico Plant City California while $10,485 was reserved by Fires Burn
and Louisiana. the DOT. Union collected $802
W e've Grown Shipping berries from Lawtey while $3,209 went to the DOT.

will\ be nothing new to some Bradford also collected $104 364 AcresTen --
old-time growers. Prior to from the special fuel tax on SAVE MOI!
World War n Lawtey was the motor vehicles InJanuary.Clay
+r berry growing center of the received $142 from that source
It was a one pig fair backin It's set this year for Wednesday arena ond a horse barn have county in a period when berry and Union$43.66. 150 W. Call St.
1953. retiring County Agent March 31. the first day been added. !growing was done on a much Making gains over the seven forest fires which burned
George Hugging remembers. of the annual Bradford County bigger scale than today. months of the past fiscal year 364 acres of woods land have Phone 964.6729
That year. Muggins first in Fair and Strawberry Fes Today the value of the build- were the motor vehicle special been reported so far this month
Bradford County, Bobby Sapp tival. ings at the fall-Rounds is a- fuel tax which has netted $7.2 by the Department of Forestry
round $250,000. The complex million statewide for a 6.5 percent SH-100
FFA headquarters on west of
then an member brought
Duroc hog to the fair. This year 2,500 are expec- U called the flnetof any county Gas Tax Increase; the occupation Starke.
young The Rotary Club's RuralUrgan ted to eat- chicken not fish. of Ita'size In the state by license tax bringing In $3 mil Seven fires were deliberately 81.
Day was called that in 1953. Another noticeable differenceis Agriculture Commissioner lion for a 5.7 per cent increase; set the f'orestServlce reports, I
but consisted of mailing 400 the livestock on display including Doyle Conner, a Bradford native Drops InBradford the corporation capital stock: and burned 118 acres. Three
letter to farmers inviting themto cattle horses chick- tax $2.6 million for a 9.9 were carelessly started and
a Rotary program. Few ens, rabbits- but no pigs due In 1971 the first day of the per cent Increase; cost the county 246 acres
to the recent Cholera epidemic The estate tax collection burned. SAVINGSOHBRAND
came, Muggins recalls. county fair will be dedicatedto
U.S. Senator George Smathers overflow two barns. Animals Huggtns, In honor of his re $10.6 million for a 35.49 per Rainfall through March 16 has
spoke to the Rural-Urban gathering from the Chamber of Com- tirement. Tina Chrlsteans.n cent increase; the intangible averaged 1.77 inches for the NAMES
In 1956. The only far- merce sponsored calf scrambles State gasoline tax collection tax. $31 million for an 11 percent county with the New River section -
mers present were some FFA now take up an entire barn, totaled $54,795 In Bradford Increase, and the gas and being by far the wettest
who had been hastily and additional space Is need- "George Muggins Day" will County in January 1971, an approximate oil production tax $260 mil with 3.5 inches recorded at the
boys rounded up from school. ed for poultry and hogs.In feature the usual ribbon cutting ed. Theydldn'tmention the possibility $6,000 drop from lion for an Increase of 116 per fire tower there.The New River
1962 "the first real Brad- ceremony to open the 4-day of a new market not
By then Huggins had been the January 1970 level but a- cent. tower recorded 1.1 inches and
ford County Fair" as The Tel- north Florida festival, the annual going up. the Louis Hill
made a member of the Boardof bout the same as In Decem- tower at Lawtey
Club RuralUrbanDay No decision has been made
egraph billed it, was held in Rotary ber 1970. seven-tenths.
Directors of the Rotary. Program with the chicken yet whether to rebuild the farmer's -
the three new fair buildings at Fifty year average for the
that "we had to
lie proposed
the present fairgrounds. There dinner served on the grounds, market. Manager Robert Clay County collected $88,198 month of March Is 3.15 Inches
do something better than that. How can we expect our
of Minn. America Allen said But he add-
were two buildings 60X100 feet and an aooearance Monday. In gas tax revenue In January leaving the county down 1.38 !
Hugglns suggested holding a elected leaders to maintain
of 1971, Phyllis George.sponsoredby ed there is chance of
and one 50X100. a good with the sale of 1.259,979 gal- inches so far.Weather .
fish fry during the opening day security when the average
Baldwin Chevro- one going up if it is supported "
"Nobody worked harder on lons to collectionsof forcast for the week- ididas _
of the fair in 1957 and it drew let-Oldsmoblle. locally. compared American parent can't even ,
than than Arch Thomas Jr.. in Jan. 1971 and$66- end called for cooler tempera-
90 persons to the old American SOme $62,608 keep the kids from finding all
40,000 persons are expected Meeting with the advisory
of the former
Hugglns says tures Friday and Saturday witha
471 last December. the before Christ.mast
Legion (where the new presents
to visit the fair
over bers of the Coun-
Lawtey City
Starke attorney and Bradford
Union County collected $17- chance of rainfall.
courthouse now County legislator. its four-day run, March 31- cil and the regular Starke Mar-
the of 233 last month up over $2-
That beginning
was "Which end do you catch?" April 3.Hugglns. ket buyers, and V.O. Whittle. collectedin
000 above the $15,080
Rural-Urban Day as It is(known .
he has
chief -
says never of state farmer's
Hugglns recalls Thomas once mar- Jan. 1970 but down from the
today. asking when trying to hem up had time, to eat a meal at the kets, and Allen. $22,589 collected in December. .
But the Rotary Club no longer some Digs which had gotten Rural-Urban Program. Per- The local market staff AlIen Over the state gasoline taxes AMERICANELECTRIC ,}'r '
sendsoutletters to farmers. loose at the fairgrounds.Since haps someone will see that he said, will hold auctions free reported in January Jumped up- : 12 Cu. Ft.
takes time to do that on his of charge at the Lawtey mar-
Instead Iluggins says, people that time the county ward from $19.3 million in January -
ask months in advance when civil defense has been constructed last day In the program in an ket and assist in any way they 1970 to $21 million a 9.21 z.-' NorgeRefrigerator
the annual day will be held. at the fairgrounds, a show official capacity can. Dealers will be responsible per cent Increase. The gaso- pAIR _
for providing their own ,
line tax has yielded nearly
coolers. The present enclosed million to date for Florida this CONDITIONING DRYBR INSTALLATION Hi RRPAIK
portion of the market will be
year, rising $11 million from 1 WATER HEATER REPAIRS
divided Into offices. HOUSE WIRING
the same period in fiscal 1970.
KH Limits Coolers will probably be refrigerated Distribution of the second and PUMP SWITCHES REG. $239.95
$3,484.440: value But Culbertson not trucks or railroad BOILER' CONTROLaNAILER
of the reales- a seventh cent gasoline tax collected UNDERGROUND WIRING
tate in Iii now, said Mayor Kit resident but a KH taxpayer, cars. during January 1971 netted POLES NOW
(Con't from page 1)) Starnes. then got up and said the coun- Bradford growers are getting Bradford County $1,913 for OUTSIDE LIGHTING PLANT TROUBLE SHOOTItO
He also pointed out that Clay cil's "attitude Is splendid" and an earlier start shipping ber- its 20 cent while $3,635or r
stone Colony resident on what County now collected in 1970 that he agrees with the board's ries than the past two years 80 per cent was reservedby RANGES WIRED 110 REPAIRED LARGER PANELS Ik SERVICESFor $199.95

basis the proposed new lines $63.163 In ad valorem taxesin philosophy.) which should make the bearing the per Department of Transportation all your .I.ctrlo ncidl don't fun mil u. _
were established Mayor the area for which annexation season last longer unless hot road
Starnes said that the logical is proposed.The Culbertson would pay $42,60 weather comes too soon. They funds. as secondary QM-M17 24hour. .nrvlc, Vt... ?tlmnt il

boundaries were lakes. The KH city take In the same in city; taxes If his residencewere N.-.r..b-
limits cannot be extended into area would be about a third of annexed Mayor Starnes
Bradford County, he explained that amount thus increasing pointed out. Some quick figuring
because crossing a county every resident's ad valoremby showed that Culbertson now 1.VI .
line would pose too many problems a third if the annexation if pays $3 per month for garbage J
It would require legis- approved. service and 50 cents per month
lative action to change the coun- Clay County taxes are $19.03 for a street light. Those two carter
ty lines approval of both county per thousand and KH's are $6 services would be free If he [
commissions and approvalof per thousand the mayor pointed were a KH resident, Redfearn m@JFJYJ L -
all the voters.It out. pointed out. Since $3.50 times
was also explained by the 12 months equals $42 Culbertson -
Council\i in answer to Shaw's Shaw asked the council why would break even In the Paints
questions that the annexation he should want to be Includedin city.
proposal would have be ap- the city when he alreadyhad and
proved by a majority of pre- available all the services People might think it more Decorative j. q j
sent KII residents and a majority of city residents. He said he expensive In the city, Chair- _tr 'p.TELEVISION. [;)
of the residents to be is served by the Keystone Wa- man Fox then pointed out. But, ProductsBEATS .'
annexed to become effective. ter Works has garbage service he added when the figures are I
Both majorities will be neces- available for $3 per month but actually gone Into the difference
sary. .- does not avail himself oUt,and might be found less than some
There are 840 residents In pays 50 cents per month fora think. It may be worth a little
the present city; and approxi- street light. more for some people to live
mately 300 in the area to be "I've been here 22 years Inside the city, Councilman BACK S109.S5
annexed. The annexation would I think its the finest community Redfearn said.Chairman REG.
approximately double the in this state," Mayor NOW
Starnes said.

J&S fine"JIlkv"," Shaw answered Keystone addinghe Heights came Fox about laW.when the var-annexation $89.95Olympic

ious resldetns, both Inside and
doesn't want to be in KH
outside the mentioned it
BarBQuePitYour if the city has nothing to of-
Hosts to him and other city officials. 1
fer.Councilman committee of
Fox appointed a
JOHN & SARAn REID Huntley Redfearn Councilmen Livingston
Jr. pointed out the Farmer'sHome
IS NOW OPENFBAR.BQUE Huntley Redfearn Jr., and Ma- ,
Administration is mak- yor Starnes to investigate the .z ;*< J
ing a survey of sewer and wa-
Is Our Business He asked Shaw If matter.In '
ter needs.
HRS. 6 a.m. 10 p.m. residents outside the city could a report to the Council /"Iw .

The Finest Pit in Take Fla. afford system to when put the in Federal a sewerage Gov- Monday said he night expects Mayor Keystone Starnes r@r@ l1' 34% OFF :1f-f; f'p

Call 782-3747 For ernment requires that It be area In the next 10 years to ] lr@J@
tOut Orders done. Shaw said that resident's be greater than the City of ;:; UN I COATC !IA 3 ? ';::. t. '
Starke. The said he believes '
'located On 301 mayor ROL-HIDE InteriorAcrylic
: septic tanks are not unsanitary the State Department of on :..",:i!,
Lawtey, Fla. and that Federal requirement

is years in the future.CARROLL'S in Transportation its plans to to build be a sincere 4-lane Latex Wall! Paint 'wtt14KIIJl

highway directly connecting Cntf. Solid State
a ; fJ!
highway directly connecting
New Location Jacksonville and Gainesville \ \ One Coat-No Drip STERO

lie said he expects the new
road to pass close to Iii, "osou' Scrubbable in 7 daysw449 REG. $249.95

either north or south. NOW
Forecasting things to come
i ifr to KII in the next 10 years Ma- Reg. $199.95
a yor Starnes said he foreseesa
new 1,000 student high school,
Fri two new church Sunday school "; 1uc unx cur fNrl;,',!
r +, buildings an addition to the ffl F !IIf
local bank, a First Federal
AAI Savings and Loan two rural ,aY ARTLR : :

Ik routes added to the post office 'QI".,"...."cr5 If
two apartment buildings .",'-J.... "r",
an 18-hole golf course the development ("Good HouMkMpingA .Lud
of the KlI Air Park \ ", M...MIIII I J, ,r
for recreational purposes, a .'""'''.'.'. ,
r new super food market, a city
owned disposal system, a city
owned water system and a ADMIRAL
city manager for \tat. SAME BIG SAVINGS ((5j
PREh11U61 16 Cu. Ft. FREEZERREG.

b "'yl
ROL-EZE Exterior $219.95

Berries.Can't IS"*'t" ? .' NOW
Latex House Paint

M ZFM'tl $199.95
( from page 1)) Extra Durable W

CLOTHING Regularly 6.89 per gal. ....cj.ft''"
Lawtey area growers
went together to make up the
small truck load. They were NOW '. at
AND SHOES Norman, Morris Carter Jim- 449 '" r

my GasUns, and Lloyd Grttfis. .Aa 'A' r

118 West Call Street Quality of the berries shipped

Tuesday was surprisingly good

Coming: March 25 26 27 for the growers this early said.In Jimmy the season Gas- SAVE ON SAVE ON
kins had 120 flats of the new ,
Sequoia berries and stated if ROL-HIDE TRIM

Great Stock Reducing Sale the quality stayed as good as INTERIOR --- AND DECK
Tuesday he'd be pleased all .w-
season. All four growers havea ENAMELReg.S2.39qt. KITCHEN AID

Must Go! half to a fourth of their plantIng @ Req.$2.39gt. DISHWASHERREG.
In the new Sequoias. .8rtj
Quantity of the berry crop I .... .
I or 07 OFF On All Merchandise was hurt badly by the late .:...c: O $229.95
"" .... .. "
/0 freeze two weeks ago, L.M. X2.09 '
From $5 To S10 Norman said. lie figures cut 2.09.
his yield in half. Ii
Norman said he expects to $189.95MANY
OFF On All Merchandise
40 / load another truck this week-
Over $10 purchase Price end, then begin sending trucks

north.'They said we couldn't mar- Mary Carter Paints MORE BARGAINS

ket them this year, but here's EASY TERMS
our market right here" Mor- 102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 961-7025
Clothing & Shoes ris Carter crowed he broughthis
pickup load to be included: FREE DELIVERYAND
In the truck: Tuesday.But.talk-
ing seriously the farmers expect INSTALLATIONMy
For Entire Family It to be a year before
a new market will be complet-

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Land Diversion Requirements Late 1910 Property Salas I Land on County Road 18 from Three Iota between SR-22I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and SR-18 from Mr. and Mrs.
21 acres InLaKesldeVUfrom I T.J. Alderman to Mr. and Mrs. to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade, E.J. Knight to Mr. and Mrs. I
Set At 20 Cent 1971Crop Clearwater Florida Lot from JB. Murduck'Co''
Per For Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mn.Hilton T.J.Alderman Waldronto Albert, $2,000.Land Birt of. Mr and Mrs. EA. Danemers, 3600. CL. Brown, $7,477.

qulrement for feed grain establishes "The Agricultural Act of of Agri-1970 $6,000. from Mr.and and Mn.Mrs.W.C EF. $7,000. ___.... .uu..u_._...... ....__. ,- .-----
set-aside of 20 per cent a preliminary, oavmant provides Die Secretary Lot at Indian Beach from Shaw to Mr. 5 acres from Mr. and Mrs.
for feed grain has been set according of 32"cents per bushel for corn culture with authority; to allow ,Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Cunningham Thagard of Jacksonville, $9- DO. Magarelll to Mr. and Mrs.
to Warren Carver, ind 29 cents per bushel for sorhum the planting of certain crop to Mr. and Mrs. J.H. |000.. J.L. Mlllsaps, $24,500. NORTH FLORIDA
aslde The law Land from Mr. and Mrs.C.B.
County Executive Director of ? times the yield established on .e acreage. Snoad, $16,400.
the Bradford County Agricultural for the farm times one- states ho must determine that Lot on Santa Fe Lake from Smith to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Two lots from Mr. and Mr.
Stabllzation and Conservation half the corn and grain sorghum such production la needed to ,Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Johns McNeal $12,000. C.T. McManus to Mr. and Mrs. Country Music Show\
Service Office. base. Participants In the feed provide an adequate supply, Is to Mr. and Mrs. James H. A lot In Country' Club Estates A.F. Paul, 8000.
not likely to Increase the cost from Mr, and Mrs. R.H.
These set-aside
percentageswere |graln program will be guaraned 'McCarthy, $4,000. 9.8 acres on VS-3011rom Mr.
lat and
and and F.E. 3rd
Mcintire to Mr. Mrs. Saturdays
of die support program
announced ai tentative on a national average of$1.35 One half Interest In 11 lots and Mrs. Benjamin Suslow to
Dec. 8, 1970, and were based a bushel on the production from will not adversely affect farm and 110 acres in Woodlawn from Manclll, $1,900. Philip M. Odom $8,000. UNION
Carver said. Land between SR.221 and SR100 COUNTY HIGH
estimates of Income, SCHOOL
on preliminary
half their com.base, and $1,24. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Wadsworth
who from Mr. and Mrs. V.R.
acreage required for this year's t bushel ((2.21 a hundredweight) Feed grain producers to Lionel Blake, $16,333.
One lot In Woodlawn from
for Litteral to Mrs. K.E. Smith,
wish to qualify program
production to meet U.S. domestic half their 5 from Mr. and Mrs.
an sorghum base. acres Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Robertson 8:00 P.M.
to participate $1,500. ,
benefits must sign up
and needs.
export Payments to participating C.H. Nasworthy to Mr. and Jr. to Mr. and Mre.HM.Herndon
during the period March 10 acres from Mr. and Mrs. YALI COMESlades
preliminary estimates now appear eed Mrs. R.D. Hanson, $2000.
grain producers will begin
I $3,000.
9 1971. H.F. Hodges to Mr. and Mrs.
to be satisfactory, USDA as soon as possible after 1 through April 20 acres from Mr. and Mrs. Burton
officials said. Julv 1. L.II. $16,500.

The set-aside program Is designed In 1971!, acreage planted b (
for a market-oriented soybeans will not be considered
agriculture. It will give producers planted to feed grain. {
more options on what tight: alternate crops may be
and how much to plant than grown in 1971 on acreage set | }
the former crop-by-crop aside from the production of
Ing requirements. Carver ex- feed grain under provisions of ,
plained. the Agricultural Act of 1970.
Under the ae -41lde, a far- They are guar, sunflower, se- ,
mer seta aside Ms share of same, castor beans, mustard
the national land diversion required seed, safflower, crambo, and
to prevent overproduction plantago ovate.According .
--but he can plant his remaining to the Director, >
acres to whatever crop there will be a $10 per acre 4 4 SLADE TV- *
hechooses., Regional shifts in reduction In the payment due !I !
cropping patterns are already participating farms which
showing up In the preliminary plant any of the eight allow- o
planting Intentions survey recently able crops on set-aside a-
conducted by USDA, creage. The figure of $10 per
as tanners seeK lower pro- acre Is based on the approximate I
duction costs and higher net average reduction under
Incomes from sales. prior programs for planting
The 20 percent diversion reNEW- these on diverted
crops acres.

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IRISrtrrapIT Vol. 92 No. 34 Thursday, March 18, 1971 Starke, Florida 2nd Section


T*.SId Strmicbtrrlet TM SU./ Floats J JDoyU


Caution Using Nursing Advisory REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

r -- Council Annual The Telegraph was In error
-r Household Cleaning Agents when In the March 11 Issue It Notice Is hereby given that
/ stated that 9.83 acres of land the undersigned Intends to
Commissioner of Agriculture Robert J. Bishop, Directorof Meeting TonightThe had been sold by Mr. and Mrs. engage In business under the
E Doyle Conner has advised the Florida Department of S.A. Thornton to Mr. and Mrs. fictitious name of Starke Hardware -
a homemakers to use extreme Agriculture's Division of Consumer sixth annual meeting of W.I I. Brown. Co., at 108 E, Call StreetIn
t caution when using household Services, cautions the Bradford County Public Starke, Bradford County,
cleaners. homemakers to use chemical Health Nursing Advisory Council SERVICEMENNavy Florida, and that I will regis-
h f fy According to Conner, "often cleaners only as the manufac- Is set tonight (Thursday, ter said name with the Clerkof
times a housewife Is faced witha turers direct on the label and March 18)) at 7:3U:: in me agri- the Circuit Court, Bradford
+ a..I stubborn stain In the bathtub, keep In mind that some scour culture building at the fair- Fireman Apprentice County, Fla.
kitchen or elsewhere. To assure ing powders now contain chlo- grounds.Dr. Dwlffht M. Kersey, son of Mr, Dated this 25th day of Feb
!1 removal of the stain.she'll rine bleach. and Mrs. George L. Kerseyof ruary, A.D. 1971 at Starke,
I :. not only use a chemical,but will Don't mix chlorne bleach with A.Y. Covington, health 1015 E. Palm St., Starke, Bradford County, Florida.
also add household bleach. The bathroom bowl cleaners, ammonia officer of Bradford and Clay was graduated from recruit --Ho !L. Proctor, sole owner.
result can be deadly because lye, rust remove,vine- Counties, will talk about the training at the recruit Training Starke Fla.
this combination of chemicals jar, oven cleaners,or any other changes In public health In the Center, Orlando.lie .
may form chlorine gas. cleaning substance.For 25 years he has held his posi- is a 1970graduate of Brad 3/4--4t--32SPRESIDENT'S
There have been a number of Information or consumer tion. ford High School, Starke.
Incidents across the countryIn complaints, write the Divisionof
which housewives have been Consumer Services, Florida The public Is Invited to at-
overcome by gases released Department of Agriculture and tend. A social hour will follow -
0 when chlorine bleach was mixed Consumer Services, the Capitol the meeting with Mrs. Garl CLUBJOHN
with ammonia. Accidents of this Tallahassee. Mathews In charge.
type have occurred not only In
the kitchen and bathroom but
Only 28 Days Left M
+ also In the cleaning and treat- 9EI
11- l' rI Ing of water In swimming pools.

I Mi In The rl..1t-ream Of flnfMn. INCOME TAX
Eighth, Jmllrlnl. rlvonlt.In .
A..1 For Brndford Con y.Uerald
i CI'.. WOo
Conner, Jr. and his priz.-winning quart.rhori., Breezing Cool, or9 _vi- Miriam< A. I.Horn Horn. Ptalntlff.D t.nd-

seen together against an impressive) bock drop of trophies and ribbons th.y nnt.Notice Of Suit ;d ; GOT
have won In hor. shows all ov.r the nation. TOMiriam I. Horn, "
%Mr. D. W. Keen ,
HO Jr...., Ttord.r Hand \\1 I, '
,. l'
Malden htaeaneI..MqTon
Conner Jr. Makes Name are huri-by. notified. thatan I 1'-
Doyle notion fordlvorr h..... base
riled mralnit.. ynu and you are ti
For Himself and Show HorseDoyle required to serve .a.copy of fftDOWN
to your It on wrltton stale dpffimnm.8, Snna..1 If r.. Attnrn.y ny.. ?
for I'lnlntlff. who" ad.
arena' In taR Went fnill Rt1".t.
Conner. Jr. has owned won are legion. tests early last year. Breezm P. O. Box 88. Sterlce. florid WATSON III
horses, trained horses, DoYle Jr..has a special fond- Cool cam through a series of and tile the .rheln..1. "ov.-etvleeS with th} nearby H & R ,
groomed horses, and shown' ness for quarterhorses, and a 12 shows,first In points.Doyle's Court Clerk on of nrbofore the lafJ'.r. ale':.' BLOCKa office for a real Complete $
horses for more than half of certain four-year-old named showmanship, which is also mAY 1971: he otherwise entered bxnlnet a, you picker-upper. Competent Returns We ore please to announce that John E. Watson!>> 111

his 13 years. "Breezing Cool" has carried rated In the process,was among for t1i"relief.. demanded In the tax preparers will com has earned membership in our President's Club as a
"He comes by his love for through to show fame for her the top talent represented. Cotrmlalnt.Wltneiw mi bund and thjmnl plete your return promptly
horses naturally, being the son proud young owner. At Amarillo,Texas,where the of ft fold February Pourt on 1071.the ZZnd and accurately. You'llsmile result of his outstanding performance in 1970. His
of Commissioner of Agriculture first American Junior Quarter- (!STCAIO at the low cost, too. excellent record provides an accurate measure of the
Doyle Conner, the grandson The quarterhouse, accordingto horse Association met in com- nilLorf By Peulnh B Drmvn1..rJc It Moody H & R BIOCK-A good rim ()P high quality of his service to his clients and friends.We .
of Leon Conner, and the Doyle, Is perhaps the most petition last August, Doyle, Jr. Deputy C.erkSPECIAL. place to place your con.
great-grandson of Lawton L. versatile of all types.They havea took a first, and was the dele- 1-4 4t 3-31 fidence. o ....._ ore proud to congratulate him on this achievement,
Conner, all of them with a form unmatched by most other gate representing all Florida. I GUARANTII which Is based on his sincere< farming and stockman back- breeds, yet they are practical lie was nominated to deliverthe Ii w. luaan'e. accurate p.eporahon every too return.
ground. animals for use on the ranch, response address and give MEETING I II If we meke any errors that cost you any penolty er of !1.1.' clients.WILLIAM.
Interest, we will thot penally or mtqr.tr.
and for racing as well. the welcoming address to all
delegates. There will be a meeting of
Young his home Doyle In Tallahassee, Is Doyle showed Breezing Coolat Interested 8th grade parentsat HIR B311.cGCK( O. G. COLMERY JR.
the American
now serving as president of the Quarterhorse Doyle now has his sights on a the Bradford Middle School
Leon County 4-H Horse Club. Congress at Columbus; last Oct national show at Dallas later Thursday (tonight) at 7 o'clock, AMERICA'S LARGEST TAX SERVICE WITH OVER SOOO OFFICES AND ASSOCIATES
He Is active In the Florida ober and place second among this year, and If enthusiasm, The meeting to be held In
Junior Quarterhorse Association entries from all parts of the skill, a fondness for horses, the Social Studies area Is to 4019 Woodcock Drive Ph. :398.9707
and was recently named nation. and a feel for pavilions prevail discuss a special 8th grade pro Jill N. WALNUT
vice president of this group. Doyle has shown horses more then he and Breezing gram. All parents are urged to The Guardian Life. insurance
Ills' hobby rs promoting horse Vian 100 times, and ranked top Cool are .sure to be there, attend. Ope I *.m. to C p...., Mon.. S.t. PH 964.1266 Company of America- -N.Y.,N.Y.
shows, and the trophies he has In the Florida Gold Coast con- looking for more trophies. INO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

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SENIOR ("..KM .."l BROOKER --- CITIZENS ._- *. !. Amt for .......fnmititr. Mare ; It. I '''. t"r.t': Clark Of Seid rant. I
JtKla-eniant mar Banan l* Moody
Cw !N.. lilt 7ty
It voted to send a dele- :l>ey will return. Th..lma Claire Oo.hy.' V1alntlff ",. ajrl 1.'"t van for the. mwialntWltltOM relief. dl- n auly' COI..1rI".ot I
was tha C< r.bn.rrii
ini"1o In Publloatlon
Petitions were signed and by singing Ute traditional Mrs. Jessie Bowden was the \ yJ.raId. R. Crosby." band and **
to State Convention "' .I
gate mi. '
mailed of the Brad Irish songs Beteads0nt.1'0t .. f the tin .11 M| 4 4I
W LINDA by members or "mnr" Ml of maid Court m f It.
C. COX this year This will be the honored 8U8st M the Stark .. 1171.
of February.
Gold d
ford County: Senior Citizens: card member ship! well Jr.td R. Oroahr
the first Convention we will have Girl Cub Scouts affair at the 111 Knot Oar..v Apt 14 -I.:
on to before
Club to Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, way completion I
In the ten of Sat. March 13. Walt Covlnm, Callfnrnltt179eYou '
attended our Womana Club
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Jones chairman of the House Ways the that meeting In April. years Are Vforabv. NotfI.eIthat /
This Is tm March 23
and daughter Amy of Augusta and Means Comm. and also to At our next meeting Com- existence. a necessary we malt again an action. for dlroro baa
move as there are many questions at I p.m. at the Hec. Center. heal, Iliad aa-almM :you and 301 DRIVE-IN
Go. were visiting Mr. Sen. Ed. Gurney and Lawton mlttee will be formed to at- the wall attended ,...11.... .. to
statewide concerning are
and Mrs. Roy Green and daughter Chiles concerning the long delayed tend our booth at the Bradford Our meetings ftp.? of ynoyY. writ).. def nsesif .
lives and health of senior Citizens and lively ana were is room any." to It on Ruirona, V.*.
Aileen. They also visited boost in Social County; and Strawberry
Security; which need attention. enough for you Senior Citizen. (thaw, Attorney for Plaintiff ShoW' Begins At Sundown
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce navments. Festival. This la also a reminder whoaa. aAdrnial* 141 Want taliP. i
and daughter.Audrey the week Favorable news broke this that all member should Visitors to our Club were ....*,. p. O Jtmi IADS, IIt.rlrOI
Mabel Wainwright and Mr. Joe Kerrigan Florida, and file Uia ..
end of March 7. Other guests week by the vote of the U.S. participate and make a good Mrs. all of whom Fri., Sat. March 19, 20
& Konig. we
dropping by the Roy Greens' Senate 01 82 0 for the Ito % showing. Mrs. --
over the weekend Included William 56% Increase. The sponsors Our White Elephant Auction were happy welcome and hope b -

Jones of Macclenny Ran- nf thin. Bill are working toward Sale will take place at the

dy Merritt of Lake Butler and having U completed on Monday April 13 meeting. This sale FLORIDA THEATRE

Mr. band Mrs. John Freemanand March la: ay: we I nnate: -t1Ot1se provides lots of fun and U NOTICn Oil BAI.M 3.15
daughter Jenny of Mel- Conference and to forward this quite Inexpensive 'Notice la" hereby Klvtn that.purauant Showtime-Weekdays Sunday 3:00
: to a firm) decree offorerlnmtre Saturday 1:00
rose. Alan Green enjoyed being final draft to Pres. Nixon to entered. In
home with his parents Mr. and be signed on Tues., March 18. calico numbered. Slit In the Clr
Mrs. Roy Green last weekend.He Letters to our State Senator NOTICE TO BIDDERS cult Court. of Bradford Countr.Florida. Fri., Sat., Sun. March 19, 24 21
I will ION I the prnnor-
Seaboard I I
works for the
Bob Sanders Rep. Gene Shaw tv ultiint In Bradford. County.
Coastline Railroad, with Wild- and also GOT. Askew raising Notice I.. hereby given that >>'Inrld.... acrlhil, act Double Feature Program

wood as his headquarters. questions of the needs of Sen- sealed bids be received by the Prom thn SW corner iif Public Wi! of BWW of SW14 I Released by( Q A) UNITED A S* YOI
Board of
Mrs. Harold Sorrells and Ior citizens In our state will be Bradford County; lion 22. Town.hlr' 6 South Disliibuled by MARDI FILMS LIMITED
daughters: Debbie Sandy, Karen sent.A Instruction at the office of flange M neat run B at 9041! THE NEWCOMERS COLOR
to the Pact' line or Olrl
and Sharon from Titusville report of the auditors of the Superintendent of Public Lnwtey feet fond: thence. run North
were visiting Mrs. Sorrell's our Treasurer Emma Morton's Instruction, Bradford County; J..,rag tho Flint:, linn of' mid. every challenge Sun., Mon. March 21, 22
Post Office Box 939 Starke toad 1H7S fact thence run to claim a dream!
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
parents books was given by the North nl..nocth... Emit line of
Dyal; also her brother Mr. Auditing Comm. All receiptsand Florida until 7:30: p.m., EST, aid ron<1 D.1 U fret theme run Double Feature Program
and Mrs. Lavern Dyal and expenses were reportedIn on the day of March 25, 1971, Bant 120.US fret. to point of a
beginning: tlienro run Fnirt 78
daughter Suzanne. rood shape and were accepted for the construction of: feet: thonoa. run South 93,7S -
Isabel Bristol. Rhonda Har- Bradford Middle School Ad- fret: thonoo run WoNt 75 feet!

rell and Dana Dyal enjoyed a members.unanimously by our dition, Starke, Floridaat the thenm mold run Fmlnt North of rtcsrlnnlnv 1)1) 7H boat: h.to.. WAI/T '

bus trip and a stay In Tallahassee St. Patrick's Day was ob- which time bids will be pub- tug thn Writ. 75 rant at the DISNEY .
March 3, 1971 -March licly opened and read aloud. rlft..tR'n ; onmmanrB at
or W14 of 8WVJ PRODUCTIONS .w1tllhEld
7 1971. The girls stayed at the Any. Bid received after the time of SW V, Pir-tlim S3, TmvnnlllD.
Delta Zeta Sorority; house withRhonda' IB TIIo Ctri-alt C Ida. Enut 1045 focito" thn 'Ilrmf line
sister Miss Ramona In An.I For. I!Judicial...Uf..rU OeuI Circuit.; not be considered. of Old I/awfv nnml. thtnca
Harrell and Dana's aunt.Miss Caw; N.. North 11*.79 tent nlnna F.n.t
A. Specifications and Con- line of Nail rand, for Point -ti
Dottle Sue Kelley. -va- Min I. Hrn.. of noRlnnlnv: th nn. rontlnim
Miss Dottle Sue Kelley was ant. tract Documents may be examined North on Frut:: lino of acid A

home visiting her mother Mrs.Doris TOt Noose Miriam-Of Suit. IToroa at the office of Don R. road. 01.75 fort : ff thenon..t. lhi-nr fnuth' 06.76font )Kn tHJOD5 7liE MhLPtlWlIIIItY O MEItOCOlOtI 0ep"

Kelley over the week %Ur. D. W. Kaena Morgan Architect, A.I.A., Post : th in<-"" Wont 820 55 feet. to I MOM D ltll ttHICT MKNTtl OUIDINCI
Also Miss Ramona Har *. Unit Rordar Road Office Box 987, Green Cove Point rA HoKlnnlnir and lying'
end. Plant. of Old' IrfLwte-v- TUwid In TSCHNS OLORcrew.waawn.ua
MaJden." Moaaoohuaatta [J-
rell was home visIting her par- You are that Springs Florida; the WH,, of 8W/1 of BWH of ... --
ents and sister Mr. and Mrs. an action fo divoros IAaa baaa General Contractors' Plan Flnrflon. 22. TnwnitMp A floilth.Rnnir Plus
Rhonda. Both filed aicalrvet you and you ar. Room Jacksonville. Florida; 23 Bant and ron-tnlnlna .
Guy Harrell and required to aerva 1 B3 acme. morn or lees Plus .
ladles attend F.S.U. your written dnfeime*..c""l I and F.W. Dodge Corporation'sPlan at nuMIn _'''. to the hlrh. .
young any
We are so happy to hear that to. It on for KUIa Plaintiff 8 Bando.whoie... Attorney ad-. Room Jacksonville Florida. *eat t the and. front bowt door bidder, o-f the for Bradford nnnh. the strawberry,

Mr. Morris Dyal Is home from 111'." ,la 111 West Caill Htront. r-oiinv. Oourthouvo InRtnrko WAIT DISNEY; f'
the Medical Center.Corgntulatlonl P. O. Box el. Starka. Florida Florida, hntwcnn 1100 I: statement
and file the orUlnaJ, with tha A M. and 2'10 F.M on March. Atf1ofrolun
Plans and Specifications may
to Mr. and Clerk of the. above-atyled 91 A. D. 1971n \fJpTBACK Lir Ag5nCIVJga earWMilvwQLCTCN
Mrs. Andy Gainey of Lake City; Court on orbafora March flat, be obtained as follows: '''T''1/1: f,) //. Ih C Y a NGMitTecQca
; OHnFn'l' BROWN' Clerk ,
1571; otherwlee judgmentmay A. General ContractorsUp HOfJND wlo eriENNIOlOA'
on the birth of their son Herrick ba entered awalnat you Pr Poutnh. M. Moody, lJ
Andrew. Herrick was tar the relief demanded In the on receipt of $40.00 two sets Poputy Clerk It R.U
born. Sunday March 7. 1971. he Complain of plans and specifications for .1
Wltneaa my hand and the this will be forwarded
weighed 9 pounds; 4 ozs. Paternal anal of ...Id Court on the 12nll4a.F
Is Mrs. of February, 1171. collect. If plans and specifications -
grandmother Gilbert) are returned in good

Betty Witt.Gene Edwards and child Py Beulah S Drown M. Moody Clerk condition, within ten days after
Deputy Clark receipt of bids the full deposIt 1 1
ren, Tina and Johnny of Lake 1-4 4t l-ll will be refunded.B. .
City were visiting Mr. and
; I. Th. Clrenlt Court Of The
Mrs. Ernest Edwards and riailith Jndlctal Clrral. of Subcontractors Vendors
daughter Peggy and Patsy;also Plorl.la !. A' ad For liraalerd.
etc. Upon receipt of $40.00
and Green daughters
Mrs. Inez Thalma. Claire Croaby Plains one set of plans and specifications !-
Shirley and Cherie and Mr. tiff.Va.. Jerald H. Croaby.
will be forwarded co'-!
Cox and children Defanitant
and Mrs. Tommy -
NOTICE! or surr lect. If plans and specifications -
Bradlee and Deena Sunday TO Jerald R.
returned In
are good condition
19SB Bait Qarvey. Apt 14
afternoon. Writ Covina, California .ntO within ten days after FA I R

You Are Hereby Notified receipt of bids, $20.00 (one/
PTA PROFITS FROM that an action for divorce baa.
FAMILY AFFAIR been filed aa-alnat you and half of the deposit) will be
you are ranulred to carve a refunded.C. .
The PTA wishes to thank copy of your written defanaon
each one who helped make "A If any, to It on Eua-ene F.
Shrew Attorney for Plaintiff Separate Sheets Separate -
Family Affair" such a big suc whose addreaal 143 Wet, Call sheets/pages of
Plreitt.. O Box lot. Htarlce. drawings
200 '
cess. Approximately people 'o.P'and file I the original 1 and/or specifications may be BONUS BUYS 0000 THRU WIDNISDAV.MAaCN 14 1971.OU NTITY SIGHTS af UVID.
enjoyed the spaghetti dinner with the Clerk .
of the abo etyled -
WhiCh was a mgmight of the .. Court on or hofore obtained as follows: / ivfirMr HW ff/cif/ i w r o tow mat miro r tow MICK i irw it* niafmiviirttrtow w/cru m rw uw ntciiSLICfO
March 29. 1171. otharwlan. a. Drawings $1.50per sheet
event. ludtrement. may ba entered Specifications .I5 per page CHUCK 1/4 TMI TAttfSLICED aaNTiY fatal IItla> ANBIVIINI
The Faculty-Student; ball attalnxt' you for the relief 4.- SOLID
resulted In a tie of 1313. mondod ini 1 the Camolalnt", ., POKK1OINCHOPS SKINIESSFRANKS *
game t'S COOKED
Wltnraa me hand'and theexcl. NOTE: All requests for plans STEAK OLEO
Approximately :225 people en-,. of.ealrl. Court uon the .lltbJllbxrt and specifications : 11d '
joyed the CountryWesternShow. day n' February Ul1. separate HAM
(Sr1A L) sheets of drawings and separate -
( fl. nrawn pages specifications shall
Proceeds for the evening were Aa' Cleric Of Bald' Court
ny BeuMli M Moody be made through the office of
9463. Deputy CI..kFlr.t the Architect.
Publication February ivririar low MJCI t v tvumr tow mat m tvwm icw MICH wi ror 10* met> tvwnr uw ma 11 nttrm tswrticn i imrttr tow men *nnrttr low menDEL
SB. 1071. Each bid submitted shall be
1-35 4t I.U accompanied by a cashier's
check or bid bond In
Truck and mount of five percent of the PINEAPPLE 21 MILK INSTANT CROCKER PICKLE '
bid, payable to the Bradford JUICE V DRY MILK CAKE MIX CHIPS

Restaurant County Board of Public 1
CARD OF THANKS ; Instruction *
J&S a Performance-Labor and
ManagementOpen Material Payment Bond in the
CIX-T Our recent sad loss leavesus fivwotr
24 lire
amount of one hundred percentof
with grateful hearts toward
Dally TMJl the bid amount. Surely com-
Ample ParkingM'; Their neighbors comfortinir and exoresslons friends. pany shall be licensed to (d> i GROUND OR CHUNK -. GROUND

Visit Cnr Gift Shop of sympathy and thoughtfulness business In the State of Florida PORKFRESHBODE BUTTSROAST
and shall be listed by the [ ESS 88ew <
Call 289-5111 For Take Out will always be remembered. United Stttes Treasury De- :7.1:;
Jack C. Thomas and '
boys. BEEF
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School Vault Robbed Bill Fine
Epps Gets Probation Almost any marriage cm

... ... be paved except etu I bt which
Patrolman Pat henry the operator, was fee tries to finish a crouwordpusil
Using a ledge hammer to. saw pump company
In handing down Epps' sentence -
Billy G. Epps, president of !* she began
through the wall of the boys on the roof as he approached Judge John A.M. hospitalized In the University;
the Community State Bank *
vault at Smithslde Elementary the building. A. Rye was of I Florida Medical Center with
sentenced to a $2,000 fine Murphree withheld adjudicationof Ine neighbor who Is build
School: started on down the street, pay extensive facial Injuries for
Mondayfnfght, Henry said, the two boys triedto t. I and placed on probation for two( guilt which he underwent surgery. lag an ark bas two cats, two
stole an undetermined years In Circuit Court here Maximum penalty; for the aggravated garter makes and five bugs,
climb higher on the roof Moughton. a representative for
amount Department of cash the reports.Starke Police by using a neon jflgn bracket.But Friday, March 12.pleaded $2,000 fine battery and two charge years in la the Sta-Rlte Pump Company, about because it la bard to tell
the bracket broke and Ih* Epps was also injured in the Incident -
guilty; on Feb. prison.A .
The e e
money was contained In pair fled. Henry gave chase on 16 to
aggravated 87 had
cigar battery against panel of Jurors Now that both and
boxes peace
turn In lunch Thieves use to foot but the boys got away. Elton James Moughton In an been called for the Feb 16 Bradford courthouse officials prosperity are reported (Co be

misted a metal money.cash box Incident at Eppe home last No- trial which ended before it began were notified at 11:30 a.m. FrI- there, the area right around
containing vember. A charge aggravated when Epps pleaded guilty that Judge Murphree would
the previous day's lunch ; day the corner mutt be getting a
room receipts to ProbeB&E's assault against Johnny Lee Bar to the aggravated battery charge arrive at noon to.entenceEppa. bit congested.
amounting about
$500 rett stemming from the same and the assault charge was not
according to City
; incident last November the state
was prosecuted by
- - - -
Patrolman Mervtn Jackson.Deputy _
dropped Feb. 16 by State At- The Starke bank official was
; Robert Green of the Brad
ford Sheriffs Department and torney T.E. Duncan when Epps harged: :Nov. 25 In direct In-
Jackson pleaded guilty; to the lesser formations filed by the office
are Investigating the
B&E, Starke police are Investigating charge of the state attorney In Gaines-

a breaking and entering at -.... "'-''''_''''_ .IIUio' 'Y ville, by-passing local agen-
How entry was gained to the Tuck's Drive-In on south Tem- cies. Both informations stated
school office was undetermined ple Ave. which was discovered the incident from which the

Tuesday night. No doors or Monday morning and one at Their; charges stemmed occured Nov.
windows were found broken. Town Finance Co. last Friday Doing Thing Streets 19. l ,

The theft was discovered morning. Barrett, Starke plumber and $17.99
Entry to Tuck's was made g
Tuesday morning when Prin- through a window on the westside GIrl Scouts did their thing Saturday, the last day of Girl Asked ClosedA

cipal J.C. Hobbs found the office of the building, accordIng Scout Week.Saturday .
door unlocked, according to PatrolmanHarold Crews. the girls displayed exhibits and presented continuous Jail Ruled Out
to Patrolman entertainment throughout tile afternoon.At
Jackson.An .
The Intruder tore a cigar-
open the show Mrs. VInce public hearing has been For
Spengler was presented with an Poor Who
B&E ette vending machine and took
apparent attempted award of appreciation. Mrs. Spengler started the first girl set for Tuesday, April 6, on
was broken up by city; police Its contents and $101 In change. scouttroop In Starke 15 years ago and has worked with the the closing of two streets In Can't Pay DebtsThe
Monday night before It got start The break-In at Town Finance -
Southgate Heplat in southeast
ed. Patrolman James Rye office, on Temple Ave., scouts through 1968. At one time, she was the leader of Starke.
caught two youths on the roof was reported by a cashier, groups. The hearing, requested by
of the Western Auto building Mrs. Margaret Crosby at 8:51 N.T. Jackson, is set during the U.S. Supreme Court
on.West Call Street on his routine a.m. Friday, according to Patrolman 'Irst City; Council meeting in ruled unanimously last week
door Pat Henry. that a man may not be Imprisoned
check. April.In .
Rise In Local Economy merely because he
Entry was gained by ripping other action Tuesday night:
a hole In the roof of the building Baldwin Is( too poor to pay a fine.

14 and In the celling above Shown In Retail SalesTo city-Appointed policeman Doug, to replace retired a- 4

the office. Fire Chief Red Bufordon The decision apparently
The burglar ransacked desks the City; Pension Board. knocks down conflicting
/ and removed a cash box containing .- get an Idea of just how tip that was lost In the last -Councilman Orle Wigginsand statutes and affects countless

: > $33.73. much the Bradford County; eno- year or two. Billy Noegel were appointed prisoners in virtually every
f. /. \ His officers are convincedboth nomy has grown In recent The signs are already in to Investigate the sale of an state, county, and city In the
: burglaries were commit- years. It Is necessary to look evidence. Interest rates have old ditch digger owned by the nation where local law provides -
ed by the same person, Chief oeen dropping, consumers have Natural Gas Department. that indigents must"work
4IlC' back beyond 1970 and note
Ken Fuqua says. The chief not- the changes that have taken' begun to loosen their purse out" unpaid fines In Jail.
;.- CL-;r7U' ed the break-Ins were the first itrlngs, housing starts are up,
in about three months.A place. and automobile prospects are 4irIz4; : J Jt The high court said It would

prisoner In the city; jail The extent of that growth, laid to be favorable. not enumerate the alternatives PTkM

Johnnie Pittman, who escapedlast since the beginning of 1965, is available to states which now

__ ":;- ., Wednesday, was back In brought out vividly In figures Imprison persons for nonpayment -
custody Monday morning Chief released by Sales Management. rci k l'-tt' of fines, but said that
"!low shall I feel about Fuqua 1 reported. VETERANSNEWS S some of those suggested by

wom n'* Lib, leur-l meanto Pittman "Just walked off" They show that retail businessIn lawyers In the cases appeared a4w.,l.rn.Stan's .
the public but returned Sunday night after the local area, a major IndI- sufficient.
learning a warrant had been cator, went up 21 per cent In

issued for his arrest on escape the five-year period since 1965. Suggested alternatives Include -

charges. Vietnam war veterans dIs- payment of fines on the

The gain was made despite charged with severe disabilities installment plan, much the same Bootery
consumer feelings over the war will find It some what way that a poor person pays
It's e In Vietnam and despite domestic easier to purchase specially "- .> other debts. Co, w.,.". ..d C.II 'to

problems and higher taxes equipped houses In the future, "Ha-I'll go home and slop :;. 964735J
which led them to be more according to M.T, Dixon, FlorIda one out for you for $9.98." ,
conservative in their spending Veterans Service director.
1 during the last year or two
than they would have been other. "Great advances in medical
wise. science and rapid rescue operation -
s are saving more ISTAIUSHIDl IVO4
i The amount of business done lives, but the Vietnam War is a
by retail stores in the Bradford producing a greater percentageof A MONEY SAVING

County area rose from $13- severely disabled veterans.
flA. 282,000 to $16,031,000 In the DIxon says.

five-year period, according to
Part of the Increase Some of these men will be
r the findings. -
, PEAT was due, of course, to eligible for loans to secure
Inflation. housing with such special fea-

The local increase of 21 per tures as ramps, extra wide
B69C :ent was relatively high. It doorways and specially designed t1
counters. These so-
:ompares favorably with the called wheel chair homes are ,
N !gains muse at me retail level indoors.
for cool
In many parts l of the country. going to be easier to buy because + a summer .

The growth In retail activityIn Congress recently ap-
WHATA proved legislation which auth-
the local area Is attributed to
orized the to
several factors.A ,
principal one was the loans to eligible veterans in j STRIP ROOM UNIT
marked rise In disposable Income any part of the country for such I '

per family since 1965, specially adapted housing. cooling/10.686

50 Ibs. -100% Petunias notwithstanding price hikes, The VA will pay the cost of ''I fin speeds, flip, $OQO95out
bigger taxes and the larger deductions adapting homes of veterans washable. filMiff

Organic for social security. whose' disabilities make them h1 I ,; ter, exhaust ventilation
Tray 47C .. '.
eligible for specially adapted '" < -- control. + .
Fertilizers Sales Management figures houHing. The cost of such remodeling Z"EC a.u

show that total net income In however, cannot exceed -
TOMATOPLANTS Bradford County went from $12,500.Dixon I I o LpLjcrijnr
$16,979,000 to $25,062,000, after -
taxes, in the five years- said grants for 500O BTU

6-6-6 $2.49 48 per cent Jump. specially adapted housing are DELUXE PORTA-COOL
By way of comparison, the available to veterans who 18,000 BTU MULTIROOM UNIT j
served on active military duty Perfect for bedrooms and small living ,
United Stares rise was 46 per ;
Tray 47$ cent. since April 20, 1898, and who areas Quick mount panels' 8. 8 position thermostat exhaust ventilation control
50 Ibs. Grotone For the near future in the are entitled to receive service position' thermostat exhaust ventilation $14995 washable filter, end.frott control, 2 fan rent
connected compensation for control, speed fan washable spends,slide out chasm, installation Included $29995
United States most econom- .
PELLETS flip-out filter, concealed controls Fin windows 27" to 40" wide
and total
isLe forecast a slow but steady permanent "
Dehydrated Weed Fits windows 24 to 36" wide.
Improvement In the economy due to specific disabling .
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With Organies Free with a return of some of the conditions. Westinghouse

18,000 BTU MULTI-ROOM __

9-7-7 $3.39 --- -----,
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Cow ManureALL ,Infinite position thermostat, "permanent

Grav (; rcuLs washable filter. 2 speed ,
's I y 6w
fan,adjustable air, directional louvers
Bareroot And Reg 2.79 Ft.t'&In i-t' P :\Menu J y' Easy mount kit 'Installs in Ofl et
50 lb. 1.97 < windows up to 48" wide.
___. fd t_
Balled & Burlap $31995
Reg. 1.59 t :
25 Ibs. 1.19 60OO/450O COOL AND HEAT
5000 BTU COMPACT Cools in summer, h.e..ln winter
TREES Reg. 99c with electric strips Adlustdble .
Adjustable air directional louvers air, direction louvers, '
While They Last 10 Ibs. 59c 2 speed fan, 11 position 11 position thermostat per. 18995 fr
thermostat vent exhaust con- $$1/1095 manent washable filter 2 ,
trot Installation kit included speed fjn Install with kit in
10% DISCOUNT r vtyinl w Fits windows up to 42" wIde. windows up to 42" wIde. arac

i a .:)I "i' JII.r nf"'illJlI'.A... J lIiIIltB"1I'JP'!! ; \ "'-'l'! ".:!i"a" \\R. '::' '!I' w"D; : :

Azaleas -I I /,

; r q .and outdoors !

Several Colors To .11-; t tr
; .
Choose From. Hardy Several Varieties "1.,.SSprint'," .,..._;"",.-,

Plants -*
STRING la hunting out all over' The ncuson in nhv with bios '
BEANS and buds and fancy Eater Imnni'ts As nature cheerfully
77<; TO $1.87 sons '
'i .
renew itsflf, you Hhould think about rcneuinir those overworked \

LIMAS, SWEET menus ,, "KA
Argentina lb. .: 87c A handsome entree to enter on your sprint menu agenda Is _
!golden ronst duckling Although the Europeans: have long -" 114W
Bahia CORN, MUSTARD, relished the duck ni a prize dish moat Americans have \
not yet discovered this dinner delicacy. So, why not make this L H
Pensacola FIELD your .opportunity to enjoy a !great new eating experience GENUINE REDWOOD
lb. 47c CORN, Kollow recipe for bird "prrpmif" and ronstina-time direc PICNIC SET comfort.
tions. Then, to (give entree elegunee. frame roasted duckling easy .
with a temptingarnf| penr top x x
the traditional
cherry centers. And, of course don't forget benches and 2
L'Oranice! Sauce. end : Complete set $3888 B-STACKALUMINUMCHAIR
1 Ib. - $15.95 Don't let the title scare you, this sauce Is easily made witha packed: in one carton. C-REDWOOD FOLDING CHAIR $898
Brouse Thru Our can of chicken giblet (jruvy- golden brown gravy made D-FOLDING CHAIRS S3 98 ea.
8oz.---I 8.25 with tender diced giblets real chicken broth and subtle seasonings -
Nursery, Many New For L'Ornnjre Sauce, additions of roust drippings,
and nmrnwlmlw make it the perfect flavor
4 oz. 4.25 tarragon orange ISTAIIIIHIDIV04 u
Plants To Choose complement for duckling


To 4.000 Sp. Ft. 1 duckling (about S pounds) 1 can ((10'i ounces) chicken
2 pears cored and halved giblet gravy
GARDENCENTER Generous dnsh crushed. 2 teaspoons orange marmalade
tarragon leaves 4 ;Maraschino cherries
{ Prick skin of duckling and .place breast-side up on rack In
.'. roasting pan. Roast at 35.:! for about :H,o hour (30 to 35 HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
,-I EST minutes per pound or until tender). Place pears cut-side up
on rack for last 30 minutes Remove duckling and pears from FURNITURE" APPLIANCES FLOOR" CO VERINO HOME ENTERTAINMENT

539 EAST pan; spoon air excess fat saving :3 s to 4. tablespoons drippings.
; ONTROL | On top of range In roasting pan, cook tarragon in drippings
'J. Add gravy and marmalade, Heat stirring to loosen browned
.CJII.MICAI.. M CALL STREET I bits Serve with duckling Place cherry In center of each pear
half. Garnish duckling with fruit !Makes 4 servings. Lea 2= -:". .

March 18, 1971 Telegraph I'age 11



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BMS Quiz Program tMiddle Ready Z Man Your Bottle Stations!

More than 3.8 million pany currently is testing: a.
pounds of glass bottles and glass-mobile unit, a truck- .:

Promotes Competition Jars have been'collected by trailer which can be parked -j:,i
Owens-Illinois since its first at a high traffic location and =

..L public container collection moved to a container plant
BY Q BMS STUDENTS The program'Is,warned to the. answering short project two years ago. when filled.
entire student body. by quickly About 30 tons of the bot-
Collections held
Remember when one of the questions on any subject the are regu-
Department heads for each in 18 communities where tles and Jars will be usedas
highlight of the year In school ,teams then select questions larly
team three different students
was an old-tashloned spelling pick from categories of questions the company has container aggregate in "Glasphalt"
bee? each month as contestants In difficulty; from 10 r paving projects.
the morning of the show ranging plants. In addition the com
The Bradford Middle School to 100 points If they answercorrectly
and tension builds in the teams
has its own Intra-school com- theirpoints: Increase -
until showtime. Will Team 6
tta students, If. they miss a
petition for a program ; question
win Its fourth time In a rod
called "It's Academic," half the point value of the
Can Team 1 come with the
patterned after the TV chow up question Is deducted from their
winning formula?
originated from Jacksonville.nt score. AMERICANUPHOLSTER
At showtime, Principal Richard -
"' '. Academic" puts three Jockel acts as quizmaster At the end, a final questionIs School It's Academic Team
representatives from each of presented on which each
for the and reads
the six teams In school In program team may wager the total amount Clayton and Johnny Dean. from the '
i question
the questions prepared by Department victory number four to their 'g
front of the close-circuit TV Head Charles 'I| of points they've earned Team 4Andy Baldree, Jielr supporters back In the collection for the year. Team 5
cameras to compete for therimer's when and any team has a chance to James Barber
) After a lightning round and Sandra Rls- team areas cheered and ap- came in second with 540 points.
win first place and victory if
place for their team. teams can earn up to 100 points by.Team plauded. Third place went to Team 2 with
they wager wisely and answer 5Larry White, Laura Team 6 Jumped into an earlv 265 points Cheers came from 1 Furniture Reupholster
I Farm Bureau Curb On Gun ShootingStricter successfully.This month's. contestants for Thomas, and Jennifer Jockel. lead by correctly answering Team 6 and groans from the
Academic" Team 6 Sharon Williams, their choice of questions. How- other teams but next month Is L.t Us Make Your Old Furniture) N.w"Our
"It's were John Tyson, and Gary Wallace. ever, suspense was high when
enforcement, of law. mother contest, another chanceto
Team 1 Cindy Bryan, D- Material Or Your
eral Robert Shevln states thai The six categories were cur- the final round was over andIt win
dealing with the discharge of say the losers. Although
persons who maliciously discharge wayne Can, and Pat Beard. rent event, and Indians time for the
cowboys was deciding
firearms In public has been it's not an old-fashioned spell- Camper Cushions
firearms In public Team 2 Billy Bell Fred- presidents, comics and cops and final question. '"What.Is the
requested by the Florida Farm ing bee, the BUS students love
should be punished, and that die Clark and Roxie Rackley. robbers. When Mr.Jockel asked tallest mountain in the world1Each /" the exciUngatmosphereofohal-
Bureau, the state's
agricultural organization.The largest. such action might take the life Kathy Locke, Lew each team member how they team wrote down how lenge and competition of their KITCHEN AND DINING CHAIRS RECLINERS-

action of Individuals discharging of another person, as well as felt about being on "It's Academic much they would wager and own TV program "It's Aca- ROCKERS LOUNGE CHAIRS SOFAS
firearms maliciously destroying property. ," the students said that then wrote what they hoped demic."
along public and graded roads Reed said that stricter enforcement they were mostly nervous and was the right answer. -by Dana Dyal, Cookie Haw- '
results In great destruction of In every Jurisdiction scared. For many It was the Team 6 wagered all of their kins, Deborah Johnson, Dogan Foam Rubber
private property, such as fences of the state Is needed, am! first time on television. As 530 points, gave Mt Everestas Smith, Laura Thomas, and Denise -
gates, mall boxes, livestock he urged the Federation to contact i each team correctly answered the correct answer and added Turney. For Free Estimate Call 964.8421
every county; sheriff and
and according to
local police agency In the state, _._ --_.
John C. Lynn, executive vice
urging strict enforcement of "The most inflammablekind
of the FFB.
An opinion by Attorney Gen the statutes. of wood ia the chip on BMS Student Is I Recognized
the Hhoulder! (

I e.- BMS News For Science Fair Projects \ \\\\\\e(

Forty; students were recog- mention category was added to
Three plays dealing with the "Our Great Declaration," a Yonge School oalnesvllle.. nized for their work on Science recognize these students: Gary
people and events of the Re- play of songs, poems and read- Many were on the winning Fair projects at Brad ford Mid- Corbett, Tony O'Steen, Ray- FRIED CHICKEN
voluntionary war era were pre 'ngs about the Declaration of basketball teams In the lie School. mond Whittle, PhllUp Brown,
sented by groups of social studies Independence, was presented by competition Blue ribbon winners and their Randal Thomas Stella Hazen,
students for their teamsat Team 3. The play was directedby project titles were Debbie Mitchell Ricky Crawford, Ricky Thompson -
Bradford Middle School. Mrs. Ruth Jenkins and the The following girls were participants "The Optimum Planting James Butler and Mike
Team 1 and 2 staged the same main participants were Connie : Karen Reddish Benlta Depth of a Bean Seed; Karl Gal they. Presents .
play, "Betsy Ross and the Jones, Margaret Ann Norman, Franklin, Ruth Elberle, Janet Warden, "The Ehyptlan Number Open House was held at the
Joy Clemons, Susan Kitchensand Proctor Beth System "Eve Futch school to display the science I
the of Chapman Debbie ; "The
Washington's Flag, story commissioning George Matt Herres. Mitchell Anita Green. Jennifer Different Parts Cigarette-," projects and many parents and These NEW Items Added To Our Men '

of Betsy Ross to create our Team 5 students presenteda Jockel, Laura Thomas, Chuck Hutcheson, "Weather Instruments students attended.
first American flag. In Team play, "The Handwriting on Janice Davis Theresa Brewer, :" Diane Yawn, "Ef Teams one through five created
I Betsy was played by Diane the Wall" about the appearanceof Marianne Jackson, Dana Dyal, fects of Light. .!i1d..J! ravJty; on_ their own production of TV's SANDWICHES I
Davis Washington by Eddie Ak- the ghosts of George and Pam Chapman Ruth Hazen, Bean Seeds;" Donnie Neel, "Hee Haw" under the direction COLD
Martha Washington at a hotel Brenda Colon, Dana HassIfurder "Smoking Machines "
ridge and the supporting case ; Susan of Intern Judy O'Donoghue and
which Is being run by students Liz Scott and Jackie Faulkner "The
were Robin Chlsm, Lym Pierce, Dependency of last week presented the pro-
and Deborah Coleman. Mrs. and the discovery of Washing .sml tho our Senses" upon Aids of Measurement gram to other BMS students. HAM STACKED HIGH IMPORTED HOLLAND 59
Julia Crlffls directed the play. -"handwriting": on a wall. ; .Jimmy Brownlee, Using crayon, water color,pas- ,
Theree teachers have
Team 2 case members were Mr John Arthur Reddish was new "Sky Lab;; Becky Hutchins tels and tempera as media
Brenda Taylor as Betsy, Billy In charge of the cast which Included been added to the BMS faculty; : "Effects of Soluable Dye on the students made a barn for
Miss Laurie Martin and Mr. "
Page as Washington and Pam ; Susan Hewett as Mar- Egg Yolks; and Jennifer Joc- the stage, a farm scene fora HAM STACKED HIGH, WITH TASTY CHEESE 69
John Schneider, special education "
Tucker, Jimmy Clark and Em- tha Washington, Tommy Jack- "Chromotography. All backdrop farm animals and
; Instructors and Mr.John
mett Bright as the other char- son as Gen. Washington and except Jennifer are eighth grade puppets of the"Hee Haw"char-
acters. Mrs. Louise Koren was Eve Futch, Sandy Mann Elva McKInney social studies students. acters for the show. Part of
the director.In Hampton, Randy Chltty and Gary (teacher. Both Miss Martin and Winners of red ribbons were the music and comedy was recorded BAR-B-Q BEEF REAL PIT BAR-B-Q 59BARBQ
Mr. had
McKInney Joan
previously Hall
both plays the other members Ricks In supporting roles as. Randy Chltty; ,Theresa from the TV programand
of the play groups ended the students. 'interned as student teachers Buckhalter. Ed Watts, Debra the students wrote the rest
the play by presenting the colors Thirty-five; BMS students, at the Middle School.by Manning, David Orleman, Vicki of the dialogue for their pro
and leading the teams In participants and spectators, attended Reddish James Gladwell, Pat gram. PORK REAL PIT BAR B Q 59<:
singing the National Anthem. the invitational basketball Denise Turney,Laura Thomas Geiger eighth graders, and A- Paintings by famous artists
and Deborah oils Green, seventh
play day Feb. 20 at p.1<. Third depicting farm scenes were
place winners were La- shown to the art students to
rilJ'VJ---- .. "- -- -- taln Herres, Tom Reddish,Dale give them Ideas for their own ROAST BEEF STACKED HIGH 791
Haas, Irlta Crawford," Randal sketches. TENDER

/4?' Norman, Larry Patterson, Ed- As part of their.study of the. "'.*' .
1 *r9 T* yv die Fuquay-Jan Searle; Susan f('' 'it'' '

\' Macy Due and to Glen the t Mulling.number of excellent Eta Revolutionary and Zeta of War Team era, groups 4 pre- HOT DOGS LARGE AND TASTY 35<

COOPER'SNursery sented a play, "Molly Meets
projects, an honorableIntroducing
the General", to Teams 1, 2

Qrahq wnMnBHnanarmaMaBajij Hii>MBS8iiflHaMHaaHHB! Eai9HHi HiBIIH I and class.4 during Social Studies HOT CHEESE DOG DELICIOUS,s ELTED45<

And The play told the story of
LandscapeD : the famous heroine, Molly Pit
i *" cher who helped the soldiers
Company A REAL TREAT 45
of George Washington and was
1.5 e Ih"i:. The thanked later by the General
I' g' 2111 I I N. Temple 301 North htmnelf for her part In the fight

/ i : ". Phone 964-8104 for Independence.Beverly Meng ENJOY ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST SANDWICHES WITH SOME OF
played the part of Molly and

I S hl/II/} ;!1\1&Th\ \' Fri., Sat. March is, !19, 20'' NewFiesta Washington.Don Arthur Qulcksall. acted as OUR DELICIOUS ONION RINGS, FRENCH FRIES OR SALADS

Waters collected propsto
create the Early American

I Come in and register nothing to buy scene. the Mrs.production Virginia Shad directed STARKE IS WISHBONE COUNTRY

I drawing on Saturday, March 20th ; -by Dana Dyal, Denise Tur- 238.SOUTH TEMPLE (South 301)) STARKE, FLORIDA
I ner, Laura Thomas, and Deborah -

; Ortho Lawn Spreader Johnson.

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I PANSIE PLANTS A Super Special '
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I ANNUALS MANY VAR. Vegetable 1I opttoiul.' SOC.
AZALEAS There's a new tin of mowers on
1V th.scene, with a femous n.m. behind Delivery
'iif19t i AZALEALINERS Plants It. 'It's the Fleet, by TORO.
V 1 1I "Wind. -Tunnel..*" doming design '" eA paw Your child's portrait mad. with Eastman
Tomato 9c ea. 3 H.P., 4-cyel enginsFing.nip "PRO-
sterling Easy cutting tow FESSIONAL "Ecktacolor Film and materials and
I : Dz. 2 FOR 29c Pepper8c ea. height adjustment Wstsr clean- our all new DYNAMIC COLOR
: out port. th ortraJt photo9r'p colo rrgeoua / sures you full color fidelity and breathtaking
E Plant 8c ea Also: the t d Jn p realism never before possible. You must see this
Two 21-Inch
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pelled unit et S99.95' and one
Full of Bloom, CALADIUM with front wheel POW-R-DRIVEt

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Nursery AndLandscape

SHORE; JUWPK 1.49 1 3GaLContalnerSZ 98 ;

'POOLSUPPLIESOL: Si I Co. Monday, March 22nd

I Nursery Grown COW $ 29 r And
| I 2111 N. Temple Tuesday March 23rd
MHa MHMa W ,
r SOD 25 Lb. Leaf Rakes 1 09 j 301 North h, '. SeilifacUon Guaranteed Photographer On Duty
Phone m ; or Your Money Back .
tails-------- 964.8104 ,2,: 9:30: A.M. To
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.Page 12 Telegraph March 18, 1971



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.. ... Clinton Carroll Store !. Tfc. rn..fr '.01..*. Pearl of Robert. I. nnttan. dite..ft.ft". I
Operates From WheelChair
.e. Of. nrnitforrt C'oiiBtr Florid. ha* been ndmlttad to proliat '
ProhnO No.In I
In thin' O'liirf You are Imroliyomrmuidf
><..: Rulnte of Robert L ,' rt within ilx, calendar
Community It you see a young fellow gildIng He settled In Miami and leda Genova, near Key a tone Heights. BeH.n. D"p Tn.npodNolle (Crmlltnr"" firm month pnblliatlnn from the of data thin. of nolle the I
down th* street with the normal life until 1969. 15 These were later sold and All crxclltoro nf the Rntnt: in appear In thin Court and
greatest of ease In a smooth- 7iflr of Robert I. "..U.n. dec.na.d.are how cause,, If nnv you can.
years after the orlnlnal Infection they moved to Starke last June. herrbv notified end renulreA why the action of thin' Court '
running electric wheel chair -- when his leg became re- For a while the Car rolls livedIn fn fll* Any claim or demand In admitting call Will to probate \ I
that will be Clinton C. Car- infected while on an outing at a mobile home, but found mill which estate!they In may.the havenaeln.t Of- nlxiuld not land unrovokd .
NewsBy roll who left the hub-bub of Miami Beach. Gangrene set In, It not suited for a person in fire nf the (Vuntv Judir. of THIJRfy! A. TAWV. ,
miami last June tor the cornparati. leading to a series of 16 operations a wheel chair due to the width Hrndforfl o..nlv. Fiorhhln" / County .r"",,,) In And for Brad- I;'
.. ")leaN and Qdet"Call of and eventual amputation of doors and the difficulty of the Flnrldn. Courthouse within' tile calendar Htark for Hv County DoKirri. Florida C. Dampl N'
Street of the Infected leg. Infection entering and leaving the unit. month from the flrnt tuihllratlon ('..rkI'I'OI'NI'
Elizabeth Given Walker a lived here a while In 1952- also of thin nntlro Rnch claim : : : p SlfAWMJ
11 spread tohllarmandhand.nec.lllitating They now have hopes of obtaining or dmnAnd mu.t ho In wrltlna Went Oil. Street
53, Mr. Carroll said "and a blood vessel a $12,000 grant, which and must Mat the nine :ofresidence Rt.rl<.. Flnrldn
Just decided I wanted to comeback and nontofflcc-- Attorney for nxccutor
GIRL SCOUT NEWS transplant In that area, and the Veterans Administration
drcHft nf the clalmnnt and must
Flrat TublU-atlon March 1a.
The Girl Scout activity wasa day the Deacon board will sell and spend" the rest of my the loss of use of one hand. provides for persons with ser be sworn to by the olalmvnt. 1011.
success All life In Starke. After the amputatfonMr.Car vice-connected multiple amputations Mi eaent or Mi attorney! or
Saturday that dinners from the kitchen. Sunday It will, become void according
did not attend missed a treat. Is Pastoral 13 y. Sunday Indeed he Ukes the Starke roll was fitted with an artificial for construction of a to !I"w. e
All parents and Interested persons School at 9:30: Morning service area so well that he and Msvife leg. but due to complications home built to VA specifications tort. nay, nAY H..lt HATTTCV.Executor .tKATIL .
are asked to cooperate at U ajn. Dinners will be Alyne. purchased the 1 1Y In the "stump" the leg for wheelchair living.At : of Rwlatwof Rob-
with: the Girl Scouts. old by the men. League will slothing stock of a store oper- had to be abandoned after a present the Carrolls are trt I.. flatten d.ceaud.F7tt..nn .
be held at t p.m. Evening service ited by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde few months and he was told living In a rented house at .Kt'OP-vn F F Phnw.1 PIIAW. DR. D. W. WlflFFEN
SCHOOL NEWS at 6 p.m. Visitors are :sore In the Graham building that the rest of his life wouldbe 600 Euclid St., but have hopesof m Went Cull Street OPTOMETRIST
Adult Classes are being taught always welcome and are now In business for spent in a wheel chair.ThereIs being In their own "whcel- Sturke.Attorney Florida for RxocutorFirst ;:
In the County at the Vo-Tec. themselves. They have moved some hope however, that chaIr home" within the year. Publication March IS. Announces he I If now In
RJE, and Lawtey. Persons Interested Ebenezer Baptist Church. the business to larger quar- he may be fitted with another 1971 his new offices.
S-ll 4t 4I. '
ters a 118 W. Call -
in attending may: con- Rev. Leroy Davis, Pastor Bible leg which may be worn temporarily CARD OF TIIANKS
tact Mr. and Mrs. Moore 782- Class each Monday night. Hotel.lower floor of the Half Moon for short periods of Of.. The llrn.Uor.l CnnfttT Count Jad.,.,'.Plurldn.In Court. Located( At

3001. Vo-Tec 964-6105.For RJE Thursday prayer meeting; Sat- time to give some relief from We are sincerely grateful to Prnbnln..
Mr. Carroll first became Interested 207 S. Walnut
classes you may call 064-7713 urday night March 20, Church the chair. friends and neighbors for their In Ho n.tnt of Robert J.Batt'in Street
In this section of Florida ,, F'TOin!,
Phone 961-6311
or 964-6683 for Information. Conference. Sunday School many kind acts of sympathy
Norm: OF- rnon \Tr]
The classes when he was stationed for contracted a lee Infection which Before finally leaving Miami To InternMcd In Starke.
are field Monday starts the service at9:45.Morning during our sad bereavement.Our All Porwon Fla.
basic training at Camp Bland- led to Ms discharge from the the Carroll were visitors The P!"tntc Of Said DC,'*d"nl
Tuesday & frequent
Wednesday Thursday Worship 10:45. appreciation cannot be adequately
: Evening ,
Vlli.ire h--.h' notified
Ing In 1944. After that he served service In 1945 with 50 per
to this
nights. .service 7 p.m. area and pur- expressed that n written Inntrument' I>m-
overseas In Germany where he cent disability.; chased 13 lots on Little Lake Rosa Moore and amity port Inn 'n.he llir. I/an Will

CHURCH NEWS Greater Allen Chapel AME .
Church. Rev. C.E.Jenkins Pas $.... :::::::::::::::::::

Greater Bethlehem Free Will tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. $.:'
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Morning Service at 11. Choir .........:
Williams Pastor Easter practice Union will be held at 3 p.m. %:" :
will be held Monday and Evening service, 6 p.m. :. ..
Tuesday nights until Easter. :.....ctW
Prayer Meeting Wednesday %.:....: :
night The Ladles Circle will The next meeting of the ........... :,
t meet Thursday night at the NAACP will be held Tuesday $ .."'""'", ",

home of Mrs. Holden. Friday March 23 at 8 at Greater $:......... .
pjn. ..:.:... '
night the Band will .
meet. -- -
. Seer
AME Church.All .
Allen Chapel ....$. re
Junior Choir rehearsal Satur- members and Interested! citizens $......:....b..:. .,.. ,

are Invited to attend.
I The State president will hold
]r an Executive Board meetingat
CLUB 100 the Holiday Inn. The public -

In Invited to attend.
There will be a Mass Mee- R
8 Mi. West Of StarkeOn ting In Lake Butler March

State Road 100 j 28, at 2 p.m. Rev. L.H. Burns CIGARETTES
will be guest speaker. All ministers -

I Discount Liquor I and citizens of the counties D U All SRANDSa
I are Invited to attend to 4 K .i slzs ,
make this a great affair.
Dell Chapter 168 will hold RIGUIARS,

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1 p What Happened- At The Happening?

property In Starke,and charged
March 15, 1971 with trespassing.
We would like to stress the
L 4 To the public: fact that the Sheriffs Depart-

ment was extremely coopera-
1, ....,... We are writing this letter tive and never asked us to
to Inform you, being we are leave. So I don't guess we .
.'.. -" concerned with your feelings, were doing anything too wrong.

__ -.i rf iat -- 2 I t: _._ a, d3t1C' ofst about the what"happening"actually this happenedat Everyone always says we needto
past get the kids off the streets.
weekend. The Underbills donated the land

Spot and were not that Involved. The
Becoming Beauty .
It all started with a club at people who were responsible for
the Lake City Junior College
Individuals not
this were a few ,
Fund having a barbecue on the CoiI the Underh lls. They Just donated -
Crosby Lake Cemetery I ley Underhill property.; We decided the land and made absolutely -
to have a band for entertainment -
off this In
I no profit
Now Totals Over $6,000 and keep In mind-- any way. If anything, the Un-

.....{".;- .....-.....-: ---....-..... this was free to everyone, :derbills have lost money.
The trust fund for perpetualcare the amount believed necessary Including the Bradford County We feel this was a GREAT
of Crosby Lake Cemetery to provide around$1,000 annual public We didn't expect the THING and we appreciate
has reached a total 96,089.- ly for cemetery maintenancefrom estimated 1,000 people who everything the law enforcement
50, A.J. Thomas, treasurer of Interest on the fund, leaving turned out. We aren't sorry officials and the community; did. :
Editorial the Crosby Lake Cemetery Association the principal Intact as. a for the turnout we received because When 1,000 people can gettogether
Inc. announced yes- perpetual source of Income. we are Innocent of manyof for two days of peace
terday. Mr. Thomas said the response the allegations brought against and fun It's something to be
The goal for the fund has so far has been gratifying with aLi us. commended for rather than con-
been set at $20,000, which.Is contributions received from approximately demned.
We had
one-third of the signs up on the property -

240 names on the original( maUling asking everyone not to
Florida Canal SacrificedOn list "If we could get 100 bring dope or alcohol. There Lamar Underhill
was an or two where
per cent response, we could Chuck KennedyDon
we did have a problem of this
The Altar Of PolMtx reach trouble,our" Mr.goal Thomas without said.any '' type but we asked the Individuals DeMaria
4 Farm & Home to leave.
--- -- There has been no direct dr

Thank heaven for a few elected officials buted toward the canal from an annual personal solicitation to date, We wanted to show the kids
with all of the contributions COMMENDS CITY
who aren't afraid to speak out half-mill ad valorem tax levy. coming so far from voluntary by George' nu?,.....-, that they could have a good TRASH COLLECTION
and call a spade a spade In President Many other towns along the canal replies to mailed requests. Director Bradford County time without dope or booze.

Nixon's shameful and unjustified halt routePalatka, Dunnellon, Ocala, "The Association has received When we explain this to you March 121971"

of the Florida barge canal project. etc.-- are in the same boat.If many encouraging com- (the reader) we because get a feeling
of unfairness, we were Dear Sir
ments about the work already Cooperative Extension ServiceFAIR
done," Mr. Thomas said, "andIt cooperating with the law. We My wife and I are recent
Too many officials, Including a ma- anyone ever had the Idea that Is hoped that the trust fund did everything possible to stay home buyers here In the Cityof

jority of the state cabinet, seem con- the President's decision was based on will continue to grow rapidly within the law, and you have Starke, having lived In var-
tent to roll over and play dead when cold, hard facts, and was not politi so that other plans for the future TIME: Dr. Sal Locasclo and Dr. Tern to admit we did. After all, ious cities from Miami to the
the President delivers an undeserved cally-Inspired, that idea was dispersed can be carried out along Wednesday, March 31, at 11 Hart a pretty good survey was we had an estimated 1.000 people Georgia line In the past eight
with regular maintenance" a.m., the ribbon will be cut made last Wednesday. Also with.us and I think we did a very years.
political punch to Florida's midriff. for all time with the publication last
good Job of keeping It controll-
Additional contributors to the to officially open our fair. Miss was another person from'the We are retired service peo-
and week of document to the White-
"The canal's dead they weep a sent fund, since the first list published Phyllis George with the title university and a visitor from able. ple and we have lived In many
wall, shedding crocodile tears, if any-- house by Russell F. Train, chairmanof several weeks ago are: of Miss America for 1971, and Canada who has had experience Saturday morning at 9o'cloo. sections of this great country

and, of course, the canal is dead, the National Council on Environ- Mrs. B.S. Carroll Mrs.'Annie Miss Mary Ann Barton, with growing strawberries.From the Bradford County; Sheriffs of ours. We find the people of

just so long as they take this attitude.In mental Quality; prior to the President's R. Norman, Mrs. Thelma the title of Bradford County the first 20 acres! we Department was properly notified Starke very friendly and will-
decision. Mendoza, Jacksonville; Mrs. will be that there would be a ing to do things for us.
Strawberry Queen, walked I could have eaten
Grace W. Osborne, Houston,, over. gathering of the young peoplefor The one thing that Is outstanding
strong contrast is Mayor Hans Texas; Mrs. J. Huston Mc- present during parts of the day. all the berries: that were ripe.In a barbecue.At In this city, to our
Tanzler of Jacksonville who proclaimsthat Clane, Green Bay, Wls.; Rich- Miss Barton will cut the ribbon fact I did eat all I saw. minds, if the wonderful system
his people and those of the rest Two paragraphs in the documentwere ard II. Long, Clewlston; ArchieC. and Miss George will arrive Of course there will 4>e very 3 o'clock, when the peak your city; commissioners haveon

of the state, have a right to know dead give-aways as to the political Grelner, Dundee; L.E. Jordan later. Gates will open at 10 limited picking all along butit of the crowd was here, two garbage and trash pickup.We .
whether there was justification in the foundation of Mr. Nixon's action. Sr., Oviedo Mr. and a.m. All exhibits will be In place will be two weeks beforewe officers/ came and were Invitedto have never seen a better
Mrs. James E. Watson, Graham and will have been walk around within the crowd system In our travels.So .
President's of the judging com will be in fairly good harvest.
dogmatic halting After
setting forth his so-called "jus- and check things out. But they
; Mrs. M. Campanella,. if the good people of Starke
pleted. All are filled and how
spaces this will depend on
project. So far, none has been shown. tification" for the recommendation to Graham; John Henry Hemingway fair Even refused, saying they hadn't lost would only take advantage of this
this indicate) that a good favorable weather is betweennow
halt the project, Mr. Train said: Elizabethtown, N.C.; Mrs. anything out there,and furthermore garbage and trash collection
will be for 1o
ready us enjoy Easter.
and they didn't like barbe-
The so-called "ecological justifica Margaret Livingston Carter, system by picking up their
tion" of the action has been describedas "I believe there Clearwater; N.D. Walnwrlght, through Saturday, April 3. We know that pecan trees cue.Two jraiuit -- aunt ana rearand
are probably
wash" with little mora Jr.. Hollywood; Mrs. Nina B. Putting on a good fair takes give us a good Indication as arrests wore made, but trim their trees, we would be
"hog or no datato political advantages than disadvantagesin Andrews, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. lots of time, with lots of people to the end of cold wejl thef. they were not directly relatedto a show place In the sun and
support the wild claims of "damaging stopping the project, compared toa Evelyn Newsome Williams, doing lots of work. That has As of now, pecans are telling the happening. One person the South, Instead of an eye-
fishing" most fishermen in the partial re-alignment." Folkaton, Ga.; Mrs. Hugh L. been!! done In preparing for this us that cold weather Ls not was picked up In Lawtey, and sore.

area saV-Rodman Dam has improvedit Brownlee, Jr., New Orleans, fair. I can remember very well over. The latest Indication to another one was picked up Very truly yours,

). l increasing plant growth (even .And again: La., Mrs. Elizabeth Kendrick when our fair was sponsoredby the end of cold weather. I have sleeping on someone else's r. A. Francis,. Paula

Gibson and Mrs. Estelle Ken- ......... _________ .._ __
If this happened"It could be controlled) organization and was in had bettor ,n.", '.'.'. ..Y..'.U..u..u. UUUhu .
drick Hults. Goldsboro N.C., an heard, was that you ,o:"" :;;,=,,:,,:;';';';' -;;;;::;::;:;:::.; r{ :::::::::::::::;:;:;:::'(.m:;::: :::::::::m::::",.::::::::::::::
and breeding more mosquitoes "I believe that termination of the Mrs. C.R. Durkee, Framingham the name of that organization.Threr not be sure that cold weatherwas :' "s. ... :::.
(ecologists themselves tell us that project would bring maximum political Mass.; Mrs.Morgan Dar- was one permanent) small gone: until new loaves on -1 ivIt's_ : \ a woman'sLS By Martha Sue McCain :: .

mosquitoes are a necessary part of benefits." bv Gainesville; Mrs. FlorenceM. ,building, one tent was rented an oak tree were the sue '" LS'*' rm i jf\ County Extension s S

the balance of nature. They are food McLendon, Orlando; Mrs. /or exhibits and the livestock of a mouse's ear. 'fff}[{ Home Economics Agent 8

for the "mosquito fish," who in turn All of which proves that the hard-core Effle Alderman, Hampton. exhibit was one Duroc pig. Visitus Well, we do know that Easter :;.:)
provide food for the blggor fish who And the following from and see what we have now. i is late and
environmentalists stirred up such a ;tarke Mrs. Carrie Ward, we! hope that t we
provide food for the fishermen). fuss that Mr. Train and subsequently rfrs. : W.E. Middleton, Mrsa.F. Continuous STRAWBERRIES unfavorableweather I will be fooled by some of these FAIR TIME to use other materials and to

the White House were led to believe Demorest, Mrs. W.B. sign ape \** will have favorable Time Is drawing near for run smoothly, and provides fuel .
Should the canal halt prove to be that halting the canal would be the politically Sewell, Mrs. Florence B. conditions have left ftearner so that we will be In' the 1971 Bradford County Fair, for energy. ',
destructive marks in our and as usual It will be bigger The foods you select playa
permanent, Mayor Tanzler said he Brown Mr. and Mrs. George good strawberry harvest by .
popular thing to do.
would do Pierce, Mrs. Il.C. Brown, M.F. strawberry fields. Along with Easter and better than before. The big part In how you look,
everything possible, includ- Hazen, Mrs. Virgie Barksdale, Program and Premium Lists feel, react, and even your per-
ing filing suit, to recover the $6.5 Score one for the vocal minority.; Mrs. Cula Coma Mrs. E.K. available. Be sure to get sonality.; All these factors help

million that Jacksonville has contri Scratch one for the silent majority.; Ferryman W.T. Weeks Chap % you one and start getting your make you the person you are.
ter UDC, Dr. 11.11. Adams; Bradford Shows 17.50 Gain things together that you planto Everyone benefits from a good
Mrs. W.M. Wimberly, Mrs. enter. diet, but it is especially Important -
Leila John P. Simpson Hemember; items can be for growing childrenand
S. Mundy,
I The Legion's 52ndThis Sr., Mrs. Eve Godwin In Population Past 1 10 Years brought to the Fairgrounds teenagers! to receive all the
Baldwin, H.A. Bishop Jr., Mr. Monday, March 29, from 1 to nutrients needed for body
and Mrs. C.R. Bradford, Mrs. 6 p.m., and Tuesday, Md.rch30, growth and activity.You .
month, The American Legionis have long benefitted from the many Henry O'Hara, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford from 8 a.m. to Noon: These are now building the foundation -
observing its 52nd anniversary na- services provided to the communityby J.W. Ritch, Mrs. Martha Wells 17.5% population County gain; showed from 1960 a had never married. Include articles In Foods Department for health as an adult,

tionwide.A our Legion Posts and there is Dorko, Mrs. L.A. Canova. and to 1970 ; Needlework; Youth as well as for today. Your
according to the official The county; Is still predom- Division and Arts and Crafts. present eating habits are a
reason to believe that this high quality Olin White, Jr. report released lastweekby Inently rural, with 33.1% classified Please read the new rules and big factor In determining your
strong organization of war vet- ; of service will continue for many Persons who may have been the U.S. Bureau of the Cen- as urban and 66.9% residing regulations. If you start now performance and productivity ,

erans, the Legion now draws its mem- years to come.American missed In the mailed-out request outside municipalities. you will have lots of good articles now, and a prolonged, produc-
and who wish to contri- sus.The to bring to the Fair. tive life As a future
; bership from the ranks of those having 1970 population total was span.
bute to the fund for perpetualcare The county is comprised of This is of the best Fairs hold the
; one parent you key to a
1 served in the U.S. Armed Forces Legion Post 56 will soon 14,625 as compared with the
of their property; at 4,057 households made of
up around and it Is because so healthy start In life for your
during World War I, World War D, be ready to move Into its fine new cemetery may mall their donations 1960 figure of of 12,446. The per- 13,245 persons, including 643 many take an active Interestin children. .

the Korean War, and the Vietnam home in Starke, demonstrating once to: A.J. Thomas, Sr., centage Florida as gain a was whole less, which than one-person households. In addition It. You should look In the Remember, good health Is

War. again that it Is an organization "here P.O. Box 368, Starke, Fla. showed a 37.1 per cent Increase to these 1,339 persons premium book and check itemsto not bestowed on anyone. It Is

II I to stay," and one that is willing and In the decade, from 4,951,560 were reported living In group enter. If you have questions, earned--Just as most things

Regardless of their age and the able to assume its responsibilities 113 Thousand In 1960 to 6,789,443 in 1970. quarters.The please call the Extension Home of value are. .:
Economics Offlc at 964-6554. There Is no better time than
war in which they served, Legion- to the community and do Its shareof Americans Die Bradford's "true" populationgain 1970 census counted 4- now to start eating wisely. :

f alres everywhere are united by their the things that have to be doneto was even less than reflect !125 housing units In Bradford, -
desire to continue serving the needsof make a town a desirable placein In 1970 Mishaps ed In the census report, since with 3,054 of them occupiedby -

their community; state, and Na- which to live. more than 1,000 prisoners In owners; 1,003 occupied by Save leftovers-..cool those
tion after fulfillment of their military Approximately 113,000Amer- the new East Wing of the Flo- tenants; and 568 vacant. These bits and pieces leftover meat, Save space--If you're freezing -
icans died as a result of accidents rida State Prison were credited Included vacant unite for sea- broth and gravies quickly; a combination main dish
obligation.!; We salute the Legionaires of Starkeon In 1970 a decrease of two to this county; In accord- sonal use. The proportion occupied store, well-covered. In the re- you may want to freeze the
this 52nd Anniversary date and per cent from 1939, accordingto ance with regular census procedure by owners In 1970 was frigerator. Use them within one casserole In a foil-lined dish.
Much of America's strength and wish them every success in their figures released by the National Since the East Unit 66%, compared with 57.9% In to three days after cooking. After freezing, lift the food .

greatness today is directly relatedto efforts to. Safety; Council. was not established in 1960, I960.Amnw. from the dish and wrap for ..
the 12,446 figure represented WHAT YOU EAT freezing. This leaves your casserole -
the willingness of her citizens to
Disabling Injuries totaled almost actual residents of the county.? ; "You are what you eat" isa dish free for other uses, .
perform a wide variety of voluntary "REACH OUT-- Keep America 11 million, Inlcudlng 400- the vear-round dwell- scientific fact. The foods and makes the casserole combination .
services Starke and Bradford County No. 1." 000 that resulted In some form The East Unit population ing units there were 4.008 single you eat actually do become freeze In a uniformed
of permanent Impairment.Total would account for roughly half family houses, 298 hous- part of your body. Food pro- style which may be stacked and
costs of accidents In 1970 was Bradford's 1970 gain in popu- ing units In multi-unit buildIngs video materials for the body's ready for use. It allows you to
approximately $26 billion. lation. Disregarding this Inmate and 296 mobile homes or building and repairs, provides save space in your freezer for
population, the county'srage ; trailers. The percentage of regulators that enable the body those other Items.
Traffic fatalities In 1970num occupied units with more than
bered 1,100 less than In 1969. of growth would be reduced one person per room was 11.9,
The 55,300 total for 1970 represents to approximately or compared with 17.7 In 1960. Allen New ChairmanOf
a two per cent reduction 10 per cent. Of all the occupied housing
from the 1969 toll of units 3,331 had
piped water,
56,400. The mileage death rate White population still accounts toilet, and bath, while 726 lacked County C.D. Council
: .=-- 100 million vehicle miles for three-fourths of thewrty's
If. per some or all plumbing.The .
The Bradford County traveled dropped from 5.3 in ; total Negroes
I / --. !lll 1969 to 5.0 In 1970the lowest comprising' most of the bal- average value of owner- ted chairman of the Bradford
TELEGRAPH alce. The 70 census showed
'..... rate In history.. 11.188 white persons In Brad- occupied houses In Bradford County; Civil Defense Council.

ESTABLISHED 187 This reduction occured despite ford 76.5( :); 3,417 Negroes was $8,200 compared with The council Is composed of
'r.... :\ $6.300 In 1960. The median other: members of the County
w the fact that there were ((24.1%); and persons of other
New.B.FLORI d'he8itle three million more licensed races. In 1960, 76.9% of rent paid by tenants In 1970 S.w Commission. .,
And we know that all thing drivers and four million more the population was white. was $48 per month, comparedwith Commissioner Allen and
ESSASSO $47 In 1960. Half Bradford Civil Defense Frank r
I A were
motor vehicles on the road
work together for good to
Ij over and half below the med- Williams attended the annual 4
j TON them that l love (iod. (Roman in 1970 than In 1969. By far the greater portion of ian figures.! meeting of the U.S. Civil Defense 1
8. 28.) The 1970 death total from the county's; residents are In Council Region m In
work accidents remained approximately the 18 to 64 age group, which The* census report, which Mobile, Ala. from Feb. 16-20.
the same as the totals 8,276. There are 1,155 contain additional 1970 census Such notables former North

A:3; _., : ... luitn.rtr--. When we truly love God 14,200 reported by the Council children under 5 years, 3,886 data for the state and various Dakota Governor John Davis,
rsbllsLel heart and soul we put our In 1969. Disabling Injuries In ages 5 through 17; and 1,308 localities within It, may be n 4 flow National Director of the
I .... n.-lq oafe.wrerl _.. complete trust in II 11ft. totaled approximately 2.2 mil adults 65 and older. purchased at nominal prices Office of Civil Defense, Washington -
aria Matter at TH4 pst Offle at Start. nvfcUtuy Joy- lion. The cost of work accidents from the Supt. of Documents, D.C., Honorable Cles-
Act ef Much Jr* U7$. ously surrender our will to In 1970 was $9 million. U.S. Government Printing Office Newly elected County; Commissioner son Y. Chlkasyue, president
His. And, as He is allgoodand In addition to the 14,200 persona ) The population 14 years and Eddie Allen Is shown of the U.S. County Officials
.. ;
slsbserbUea Is trad Washington, D.C 20402
areas I year. *...| OvfaU ,
, 1 rMto naught but Rood-all that killed at work, over 42.- over Included 6.531 married or from offices of the U.S. being congratulaged by Harris Association, Governor George .
j awu X year.gi.tt/ comes to us will be .good in 000 died in off-the-Job acci- people, 900 who were widowed, Dept of Commerce In major Pope, office of Civil Defense Wallace, and others were In

.,,,0 abundance. dents. 489 divorced, .and 2,916 who cities. Region in, upon being appoln- attendance.
Page 14 Telegraph March 18, 1971

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.61 By Etna Bluebird SAVE -.. )

NOTICEOn Art( Green Stamps!
Wednesday, March 31,Immunization _

given dengarten to school through for Rubella children 5th will grade Kln-be ttp Everyday Low Prices!

Preschool children ages 1 '
through 5, to be brought In from : Weekly Specials!
11 to twelve. There will)) be no ;
charges for these services.
Lawtey PTA met In the schoo
cafeteria Tuesday -
evening ol
last week with a large number --
present. The President Mrs. lb I
Max Newport, presided over the
business session. Rev.Hender
son Hudson gave the Invocation. r LI\i.\
The nomination committee appointed
Included Mrs. Robert L
G. Norman Mrs. George L. rye _
Shuford and Mrs. Max New.

port.Some of the school lunch rules eFF F P EoQ
I, wre changed. Room count was 171
won by the 5th grade The oaeel.t9TAMP8
County; nurse presented a film
showing some effects of Ru PRICES GOOD THURS., MARCH 18 WED., MARCH 24
bella and the need of treat-
ment. During a social hour
cake and punch were served.
Everyone enjoyed visiting. SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED
On Sunday afternoon Rev.1 Don
Denton and Dean Traylor, MYF
o president, attended a Sub-Dis / /
trict meeting In Lake Butler }
They made plans for a summer
retreat in the mountains. '
MYF "slave day" on Satur V H AMS -
day was a great success. The
yojngr folk cleaned yards for
people. They expect to have ,
another soon. The proceeds to
penses.be used for the retreat ex-

Grace United Methodist: Sun I
day School, 9:45: a.m.; Wor- I 0 SHANK HALF 49e 14 17 LB. -
ship services, 11 a.m. and 7:30:
p.m.tice Wednesday MYF 6 p.m.6:30:Choir pm.prac-and -,..-- BUTT HALF La.59e AVG. LB __

Prayer meeting 7:30: p.m.
Church of Cod: Sunday School
10 a.m., Worshp Services 11 -- .
a.m. and 7 p.m.; YPE Thurs- -
d ry, 7 p.m.; Family night Wednesday "
School 9:45: a.m.;WorshlpSer- ROUND GROUND z pot pi e
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followed by choir practice. :; OR PIES
Rev.James Walker of Atlanta STEAK n BEEF
and a former pastor, was Ice Creany
guest speaker at last Wednes ,
day evening services. Mrs.

Walker Friends also offer attended.sympathy and SAY $ %69 BEEF CHICKEN

prayer for Ralph Wise In the 40e .
loss of his father, W.J. Wise, $
in Opp. Ala. $ MAC. & CHEESE
We are pleased to note that 5 SPAG. & M/BALLS/
Bryant Reddish Is at home get- 9 8'
ting along well after a week In SAVE
Bradford County; Hospital. LB. 30c SAVE 38C
Friends of Mrs. E.J. Cauley 2 I
and family regret to learn of LB. PKG.
the automobile accident that 6 8-ox.
hurt her grandmother,Mrs.'Joe HALF PIES
Starling, In Lakeland on Sun- GALS.
day. She is In critical condition .
In Lakeland General Hos-
her pital.friends.She has the prayers. of Pork Chops Ie.69c Rump Roast. LB. $139 SAVE SOc

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reddish ____
and son of Sarasota were visiting ......
Quantity' Right' R* dWIHN
Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Reddishon _

Mrs.Moore Visiting R.C.on Sunday Moore Mr. and were of Mrs.Lake Mr.City W.F.and; Roast .sr." : $119 Applesauce 8 CANS" $1 Peas .4 :"> $100 Fruit Punch 3 -". 9!

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and

sonville.Thompson Mrs. Nola and Carrol Kevin of of Jack-Jack- Stew Meat 1e'89c Cake Mixes 3 o $100: Corn a a 4 CANS 1701" $1 Spam ."'a2 CANS 1201. $100

sonville and Mrs. Llnnle Harris ......
) were visiting
family Mr. and on Mrs.Sunday.J.H. Eunice and Cheese 2-LB. A9C Juice 3 ss"S $100 1 Potatoes 6 CANS" $1 Tomatoes 6 C"ANS" $100

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and
his father, W.J. Wise In -.p ta.i c. .
Opp. -yw
Ala.Mr.on and Thursday.Mrs. Larry Maddox Game Hens 2o969 Ccoktail .4 CANS" $1 Pineapple 4 S5's $100 Detergent 2 : =x $100

of Jacksonville spent Sunday
with their uncle and Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Carter. ....; ,....-
Mrs. W.H. Green and Mrs.
A.B. Howard Jr. were visit- '

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78, of Oluat e. died In her 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.s; :
In Opp, Ala. with Interment on Sunday School 9:45 :
Monday' night while visiting Sunday School 9:45 a.m. a.m. *:! '
sleep Funeral Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 301 North behind Taste Morning Worship and CommunIon -
relatives west of Starke. March I 19 with Ralners Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Morning Worship II a.m.Youth
A lifetime resident of Baker Home In charge. Service 6:00: p.m.Evening Worship Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship 6 p.m.Choir Practice Freez Drive In, Sunday Service II a.m. Evening" ,
born on July Survivors are four sons: 7 p.m.ThlU'sday. Evening. 7 p.m. Youth Night, Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Service Worship service 6.
she was
County daughter of the Butch and Chester Starke; night Prayer Meet Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service
30.late 1892.John and Lizzie Word Ralph, Lawteyt; and Fred Opp, 7:30 p.m. Meeting Friday 7:30 p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell., "
Ala. Four daughters Mrs. Etta --Rev. Y.W. JUdd, pastor.
Luke PastorSMYRNA '
She memberof Ivy
Brannon. was a day.Leroy
the New Congregational '
Church of Starke. Peacock, Crestvlew; Mrs. Je- MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Grlffls, associate pastor. 'CHURCHSunday :
Surviving are her husband well Donaldson, Troy Ala., and : BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST Worship II.Training Union, School 10 a.m. MornIng -,- ,.
KINGSLEY 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.:
Dan Raulerson and one son Mrs. Myrtle Young Starke; 24 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Sunday School 9:30; Training DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Olus- grandchildren and 12 great- Worship -James Shaw pas., .
both of
Ellis Brannon : Sunday School 10 a.m. Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship -
tee; two daughters. Mrs. Dos- grandchildren Three-Day Preaching 11 a.m. Training Union 11 a.m.; Evening Worship! BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.

ate Loadholta Macclenny and 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.i Prayer Meeting 7:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Services 11 a.m. and 7 :
Mrs. Wilmer Pardon Perry; Melvin Padgett Convention 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday.: ; 1m Worship 11 a.m.: Evening p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH.!

one brother Wesley' Brannon, March 26-28 -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West. Worship. 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER, FLA.
Lake Butler; one sister Mrs. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Rev.Jim Temple pastor.Sun-

Rena Alford. White Springs; Funeral services for Melvin CHURCH OF GODOF' J.C. Saunders pastor GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -'

9 grandchildren and 18 great- Padgett, 72. of Maxvllle were Walter R. WIssman district PROPHECY. BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Superintendent.Training U..,

grandchildren.' held Tuesday, March 9. In the supervisor for Jehovah's WIt- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Worship II a.m. and 7 nion 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas,'
Funeral services were held Maxvllle Baptist Church with nesses In the Southeast, announ- Ing Worship II a.m. Young Worship 11 a.m. Training Director. Worship Services 11
at 2 P.m. Thursday In Mount Rev. Percy Knight officiating. ces a Christian convention to beheld People's Service 6 p.m. Union, 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev.. Fred Johns pastor. ZIon Primitive Baptist Church, Interment was In Nolan Ridge at the Bradford County Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School 11 a.m. Training Morning Wor- ;lie director.
with Rev. Lorenzo Crlffls and Cemetery. High School In Starke March Wednesday Prayer Meeting service 7:30 p.m. Everyone ship 6 p.m. Union
Rev. Maxle Wilkinson officiating. Mrs. welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
his wife
Surviving are 26 28. 7:30 p.m. Come and worship HEILBRONW
In Swift L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Ser Highway 123, Northwest of
Interment was
Ruby Padgett; two daughters Mr. WIssman will be the key- with us. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 fi' '
Creek Cemetery with DeWitt Mrs. Annette Neece and Mrs. note speaker for the three day -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. vices. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 ajra.
C. Jones Funeral Home In Marline Godwin. both of Max- meeting which Includes a pub- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, 'pastor Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun- :
Morning Worship 11.
charge of arrangements. vllle; two sons Willard Pad- lic address at 3 p.m. on Sun- CHEATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. day Night Service 7:30: p.m. Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Training Service -:' -

gett Maxvllle: and William J. day afternoon, March 28, entitled FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II a.m. Pre- Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Midweek Prayer'
Padgett, Mlddleburg; two sis "What Is Behind the Spirit Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Services (Booster Band Young 7:30: p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, Service 7:30. .

ters. Mrs. Georgia Ann Nolan, of Rebellion?" lie will answer School 9:30: : Morning Worship People and Prayer Service), 6 Sunday School II 9:45 EvenIng a.m.; pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe.
Morning Worship a.m. ,
Maxvllle and Mrs. Lula Pad such questions as "Is 11; League 4p.m.Night Service p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. pastor. r
gett, Mlddleburg; one brother rebellion the advisable and the 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service. Wednesday Worship 7p.m.; Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPflST CHURCH ;
and Bible Study 7p.m.
JacksonvilleBusiness Elwood (Son) Padgett Jacksonville most beneficial course?Has rebellion pastor. 7:30: P.m. Rev. John Strickland Meeting Sunday.School. 9:45: a.mi.; ,"
Book of Psalms.
Study on
; and four grandchildren. helped to solve even Pastor. Morning Worship II a.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST.
man's more basic problems? FIRST UNITED, METHODIST G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone ing Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid OF LATTER D\V' SAINTS'

Should rebellion be shunned? STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Welcome. week Bible Study Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road .'

Maude Starling What source should one seek Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Highway 100 at Theressa) 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.'
for the solution for man's Worship 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m. MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUR' !Be in church Sunday. m. Sunday SCh..I i, 10 a.m. Sac- '

dilemma today?" MYF groups 6 p.m. 11 TrainIng Frank _Jar-vis i' un.! 6 p.m.
Worship a.m. Service Sunday Sch._. pastor.IF
Mrs. Maude Mae Starling Leonard t.. Wallace overseerof Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 Evening Monday Mia 7:30 p.m. ..
DirectoryAuto 79. of Route 7, Lakeland died the host congregation in 7p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:15 p.m. ; 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m.
In Lakeland General p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15: WEiON'T HAVE ITwe'll
Tuesday also stated that
Starke many 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night PrayerSer- Wednesday Relief Society ;
Youth Group Meeting Sun- ret It for
Hospital following an automo- local people will be on the pro- : p.m. you. Offio 7:30 p.m.
bile accident Sunday. gram for the three day assembly 7:45.DeWitt T, Farabee Jr. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30 p.m. Supplies. Furniture Equip Jesse D. Branson. Branch"President
Packham pastor.
Sales and Service She was a native of Hawthorne and all are Invited to at- -J.C. Brown. minister ment. Bradford County '*'

and had lived near tend. Telegraph. .,
Parrish Lakeland for two years. comIng "Sessions are free no collections LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL ,.to

Motors there from Lawtey.She wasa are taken" ;he said. HOLINESS CHURCH '..:.:.:::::::::::,::,::,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::: .:::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::;.:.:..,. }::::: ::: :.::::: ;::::::.:::,:. :.:.:.:.:.:-:-:::'..:::::,::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::.:.:.:::.:':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: .:.:.:.:.:.:...:.... ..(".I'.
member of Oak Grove Baptist Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; ====:;*:::*::::*:::*::xxK::::::::::::::::xx:::::::::::::..::::::::::::;:: :::; '':::::::::k.::::;:,:.:;: :::: >> .J.._' ifftf ytfffti fffiiV fSf y S lt

HALES Church of Mlddleburg. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth r We are preparing a !::

SERVICE Surviving are nine sons, Norman CHRISTIANDIMENSION Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship 1 ::;: ,
'VOL"0 7 .
PARTS Paul Earl and Ernest p.m.Tuesday "E" new way of life for cm- Everyday :;
Starling, all of Lakeland; Bernice Prayer Meeting 7:30: I :? ..

and E.D. Starling of Green ,p.m. m NEWF FRONTIERS I
Always Good Vied Cars Cove Springs; Fleam and Harold "Real Life" -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor. 1; J wehartaOrOketfld IIt i 1

Ml Laura St. Pb. 35J-S654 Starling of Lawtey; and The Bible says, "I am come NORTHSIDE BAPTIST -
Richard Starling Jacksonville; that they might have life and
CHURCH 1::i:1::
two daughters Mrs. Geneva that they might have It more missiles. This is truly the space
ELECTRIC MOTORS Hull St. Augustine and Mrs. abundantly." (John 10:10): ). Thereis Sunday Morning Worship .

Jewel Coleman. Polk City; 44 always a time when real Evening 94S: ; Sunday Worship School 6p.m., 11. Train-Sunday 1 1 1 age. However, history has taught us ::! .
PEAVY Brothers grandchildren, 57 great-grand life begins. Very often real >
BrownIng ing Union 7:30.Thursday : 1;m; 1m1
children. and one great-great- life begins with love. -
Electric Co., grandchild; two brothers Guy has a poem In which ho Meeting.- Teachers 6:30.: and Prayer Officers 1;m[ that man's need for God is .ft ""1

Beck Tampa; and Clarence describes two lovers catchinga
Meeting 7:30.Edward :
Electric MotorsSold Beck, New Jersey. glimpse of each other for C. .. .
Serviced Repaired l Funeral services will be held the first time and falling Ir Harvey pastor. :::1i tlw, .-. -,, ever present, and new ;;

Generators StaU/ra Armature at 2 p.m. Friday In the Oak love at first sight. lie says :m: -.J"i' w.
Grove Baptist Church. Middle- that she looked at him; he PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL .
Rewinding. METHODIST CHURCH ::::1i: k I frontiers have never changed this. 1:;::f .
her can
burg, followed by interment In looked as a ; ::::: .' :
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2228 life awoke." The Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng :: .. ::::::::
KIngsley Lake Cemetery. and "suddenly : ::: ;' ::::::::::::
"""* Friends* may call .t the De-l new splendor had come stridIng Worship. II a.m. Youth Ser. :::i (' ,d t TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO CHURCH ::1:::* .,
PIANOS Witt C. Jones Funeral Home' Into life. vice 6.i P.IP Evening'' Worship ...
in Starke all day Thursday. It Is real life that Jesus 7:30 p.m. l', J 1j

YAMAHA PIANOS Gentry-Morrison Funeral offers. What is It that Jesus Rev. Neal Starling pastor. : ::::: ThehucchIsGodScPpoinhedUgencyjnphiorId' H" e1' 1i:::::

CONN and KIMBALLORGANS Home of Lakeland is In chargeof does to life? lie certainly gives :;::1: for iprtoding the knowledge ol His love for man and ::1::i
arrangements. one a new view of the world. :: of M:::: ?
:: His demand for man to leipond to thai lovi by :::: .
If all that Jesus said Is true AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
: : :: loving his neighbor. Without, this grounding 'in the ::::::::
E. Thomas this world is the training ground Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ,
FranK for eternity. It takes on the Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening :::::: ,t lovi of Cod no government or society or way of f lifewill ::r

change as one looks at it, Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer :::::: long persevere and th. freedoms which/ we hold t: J'

Frank E. Thomas 60, of and the beauties of it become Meeting and Blbl. Study f@ :.', so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore even from ri :.

4 Starke died Saturday March more abounding in nature. It 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- ::::::: ,',;v"a selfish point of view one should support the Church :::" : ,:;

13.A and a is true w'len' one looks at some- Ing every Monday 7 p.m. 11mi for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family, } f:

pulpwood operator Baptist Church thing different it reveals a difference G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone :::::;: t \ Beyond that however every person should uphold :::::': .1
of the
Mr.member Thomas was born In LaCrosse glory. between drudgery and Welcome.ST. :@11 I I and participate' in the Church because it tells the truth ::1iti

Fla. June 21, 1911. ::: and destiny; the truth which ::::
KIMDALI. "SWINdER"ORGANS on Jesus gives one a new view ::: ::;: I
EDWARD'S CATHOLIC :::: free to 'live, child :::'
Survivors Include a son :;:: os a of God ::::
If Jesus right
of man. was ,

I Roosevelt Mall-388 3519 James Thomas of Jacksonville; then every man has It in him Father CIIURCII.STARKE James C regan,pastor. ..
Mrs. Josephine \
a daughter 1\11\1\ 111I1I1I
to be nothing less than a son
Mass 7 Sund1Y
Dortch of Waldo; four brothers; Saturday p.m.
One's attitudes becomes
of God.
WESTERN STORE B.T. Thomas Starke William Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, ........
; betterto ....
1 In that it Is
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and Earnest Thomas both of give than receive love than 7 p.m. \\., ' ; 1 11
Jacksonville and Louis Tho- Confessions -- Saturday .

J ''LITTLE DUDE mas of PaUtka; seven sisters: hate in one therefore a deeper creating understandingand with- p.m.School of Religion ::::: ..!..:'. g.! .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: '".
Mrs. Nellie Cannon of Bran- :

Western Store ford, Mrs. Olla Mae Mines of Jesus purpose gives for one life.a new view a.m.Grade to 12 School noon. -- Sunday 11 1 I14LtuI' :.L. fi!
Starke Mrs. Pearlie Starlingof
of life. Life becomes a pilgrimage #
111gb School -- Wednesday
Doris Strick I !
/Western Graham to eternity and every ;
goods Saddles Clothing and- Trailei Leather land and Mrs. Orvalle Dyal act of service to one's fellow 7 to 8 p.m. t11 Gi l ;i i1 j

both of Miami. Mrs. Florence Is a milestone on It. To
: Charles Sharon Petty man ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC
Tidwell of Branford. and Mrs.
Jesus the man who was giving -
I 902 8. Edcew..d Ml-1310 Ora Thomas of Brooker and CHURCH, MACCLENNY
a cup of cold water to the
Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy
five grandchildren. who visiting
thirsty the man was I
FURNITURE Services were held In the the sick and those in Day Mass 5:30: p.m.
; Mon-
Antioch Baptist Church prison the man who was feed-
day afternoon March IS, with ing the hungry and clothingthe GRACE BAPTISTCIIURCIISTARKE
Rev. A.D. Martin officiating. naked and welcoming the !> .
m&IW w.w.z (
.MimwUj: ;
: Furniture Discount Burial was In Antioch Ceme stranger, was the man who was Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- _
tery. dealing with eternity. ning Worship at II. Training i.';
DeWltt C.Jones Funeral Homeof When the world, and Its poo- Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship
Starke was In charge of ar- pie and the life of these people 7:30. Wednesday Prayer STARKE "66" :;<

rllngemon take on the change then Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. .rJi! __ flORIDA SERVICE
I Odom, Jr., pastor. 4c
life becomes life
,J the a more '
... ; abundant here on earth and --.s\p:: E S' .
,. .. I I II SUPER STICK Vinyl PlMtlo in eternity.J.C. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALClIUKCII. ; Kill Kdwnrd: Ph. 9R 1IJONTROL f

I WHOLESALE PRICESEz'i :Letters all Izca. color Perm- STARKK: + l\ Tire Tru-ing :.
knenl., for use on wood. disc Brown. Jr. Minister Sunday School 9:45: a.m. t:;,V
:: 11411 CiMiat, 1 Block from l-ll) plMllc. paper. metal. leather. First Christian Church Holy Eucharist: 1st and 3rd ;:;:' ', lleadlightAdJusIng( !t

J.-irlnonvHIr.! Fla. :MO-IT ANY'I'JIrnOIBradford County Sundays II a.m. Morning I'ray- .-,
t -
Teler*ptt. -tf. cr, 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday Brake Service :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH II a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 .
STAKKK: Lenten service Wed. nights, Wheel Iliilnnce nnd .

I, Opportunities for service: 7:30: p.m., prayer sermon and 539!) E. Call SI. Starke. Fla. AlignmentPROMPT

: Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning discussion. 24-HR. WRECKER
; oiriFiHIGH'1 Worship at II; sermon: "lard KYC-Sundays 6 p.m. SERVICE I'hone 961-5715 for FREE : KOAll SER'ICEIIIwy ;:

Is It I?"; Acteens, 12:15: ; Church 301 and 100
I SATURDAY MARCH 20 Council 5:30: ; Training Union -lohn M. Flynn Rector Inspections and Estimate All Minor Repairs ;:

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6:15; F.venlng: Worship 7:30: Temple Stark
7<30 P. M. I sermon: "l 1vld. A Man After 617 N. Temple 1 Ave. Starke :.
Cod's Own Heart." MADISON STREET

STARKE FLA. Tuesday Junior Choir, GirlsIn Opportunities of service: BRADFORD
Sunday School 9:45 MornIng STARKE :
Action 3:30: p.m.; Girls in : ; EDWARDS
Action 4:15: ; New River Baptist Worship at II; Training Un
TOURNAMENTBIBLE Association Executive Meeting. ion, 6:15; WMU Prayer Circle SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO. :'
7:30 p.m. 7:15: ; Evening Worship 7:30. "

DRILL Wednesday Family Night Monday Youth Choir Practice Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed letter( Service For Your ;
Supper 6 p.m.; 1'rayer Meeting 7 p.m.

HA's, Acteens 6:30: Teachers Tuesday--Mlulon Friends Complete I'alnt Supplies! (:AS AND OIL Title Problem
CHRISTIAN FILM and Officers Meeting. 7:15: ; Girls In Action Acleens 3:30: ; .
"M Nil trtn I Church Choir Practice 8:15.: HA's, 6 p.m.Wednesday. and Sporting Good Jack and Gladys: Edwards' Abstract :}
..Prayer .
Thursday -- Church-WideVisitation Meeting
INSPIRATION INFORMATION 1 7 p.m. Business Meeting 7:30: ;Church IT. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance ; '
Saturday Ctrl In Action Choir Practice 8:30: p.m. "Check With U* First"
-., ..... CHALLENGEFOR I Mission Book Study time to -Denton Sumrall pastor. PHONE: 961-5312 1SSV.! Call I'h. 964-G8AI .
219 Washington St. 9A4-R270
THE WHOLE FAMILY I be announced. ,

W.A. hogan, pastor. .


NEW RIVER BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 1 withstand weather. :ZOo each,,
V WE DON'T HAVE: ITwe'll W.2J Oo*. Special price on I lang. Owned liy Those We Sire In Twelve Northeaal Florida ('ountle.. "Helping Our Member l.lve Keller
get II& for ywa. Offlc*
: CHURCH TRAINING DEPARTMENT 1 RupplUi. Furniture, Kvumerit. >. er Tctoeraph.quaotltlM. Bradford County M Electrlcallv"-Ke"lItone Heights-Phone 473.4911 :.J!

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f[=KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I I-< MELROSE l lI Vti r" Survey Water Works AskedApproval 1 J

s Keystone Mil ites/ r 'i\i'\ :- 1ii.j Services Held of an applicationfor praiser In locating water lines.
the Farmer's Home Administration No price has been quoted'
I For Fred Dodd to appraise the to the city for purchase of
LBy REDFEARN Keystone Water Works was the Keystone Water Works, the
Call 473-3288: or 473-4182 H Hope Church voted Monday night by the Kev- council stated, In answer to
stone Heights City; Council a question from W.P. Shaw.The
Rev. Fred Dodd, 57, of Key- meeting In special session. questioner said he had been
WOMAN'S CLUB reported next week. stone Heights died Monday at The motion was made by told the city had been offered
Tim monthly covered dish his home following an extended ? Councilman Gay Livingston and the water works for $250,000,
luncheon meeting of the Wo- HERE N' THERE Illness.He approved unanimously by the but was told that was strictlya
man's Club of Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Wright, / was born In Edmonton Yt I Council. Also approved, at the rumor.
will be held Tuesday, March sister and brother-in-law of Alberta, Canada on March 18, suggestion of Chairman Ever- Council members said the
23, at 12 noon. An Interesting Mrs. Albert Nelson have been 1913 the son of the late Her- : ett Fox] was the expenditureof water system Is to be sold and
program Is planned. Guest visiting her recently. h bert Sydney and Carolyn Bow- -- '. ,..- -- up to $60 for R.A. Gauntto the city Investigating Its purchase -
speakers will be Thomas Pel- Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hender- t r den Dodd who moved to Brad- The work with the FI1A ap- rather than see the sys-
Ucer of Gold Head State Park son spent last week with their $ ford County; many years ago BLACKWOOD SINGERS tem go Into certain hands of
and Mrs. M. Mullls, naturalist daughter and son-In-law Dr. and settled In the Theressa which the city doesn't approve.
Hostesses will be: Mrs. G. and Mrs. Charles Wilhelm and area. The city doesn't necessarily
Crago, Mrs. N. Morgan Mrs.D. children In Miami. Mr. Dodd was active In con- 'Chiles Top'Speaker Rabies ClinicAt want the water system the
.> .Welmer, Mrs. II. Tracy, Mrs Charles Oliver and Mrs. 'itruction work for many years KeystoneSat. council said.
and Mrs. C. Wisenant. Charles Osborn of Aberdeen, until forced to retire by 111 ': at The water system Is presently .
The Junior and Senior Wo- Md. spent last week In Keystone health. He also did extensive ., March 27 owned by the heirs of the
man's Club members wish to visiting friends. "Butch" work with the Florida State late Ed Wiggins. It Is operatedat
thank all who helped make the Oliver and his bride were here Prison system and was a leader Co-op MeetingU.S. present by Mrs. S.E. Ken-
"Womanless Wedding" such A also enroute to San Juan and I In the local program of the The annual rabies Innocula- nedy.KEYSTONE.
success. Proceeds will be used other places In the Islands. McLean-Homer Gideon's organization. He was Senator Lawton Chiles, tlon clinic will be held at Key
for the Scholarship Fund. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Watts, Told a member of Hope Baptist of Lakeland, will be the fea- stone Heights City; Hall on Sat-
Jr. and daughter Julie Anneof Engagement Church, Theressa. tured speaker at the 33rd annual urday, March 27, from 2 to
THANK YOU Niskayuna, N.Y. are spend- Surviving Is his wife, Mar- meeting of members of 4 p.m. ;:
The fallowing elementary tea- ing two weeks with Mrs. Watts' Mr. and Mrs. E.I!. McLean jorie Marwtck Dodd, Keystone Clay Electric Cooperative at
chers wish to express their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry announce the engagement of Heights; three daughters, Mrs. Keystone Heights Thursday, 1 All warm-blooded pets shouldbe
appreciation to the mothers who Schuber of Clover Lane. their daughter, Bonnie Susanto Romesa Falson, Greenville March 25. Inoculated annually, and
gave so generously and faith- Weekend guests of Mr. and Wayne Roland Homer, son S.C.; and Sylvia Ann and Pris- Sen. Chiles served In the all owners are urged to take HEIGHTSDIRECTORY
fully of their time to give them Mrs. M.S. Redfearn were Mr. of Mr and Mrs. M.H. Homer, cilla Marie Dodd, both of Key- Florida Legislature for 12 years advantage of this service. The
release time to eat their lunch- and Mrs. L.A. Snodgrass and all of Keystone Heights. stone; two sons, John F. Dodd, before winning the US. Senate fee for each Innoculatlon will
es. To Mrs. Klefer and all two young sons, Jason and Joel The wedding will take placeIn Shreveport, Ind., and Dan M. seat last fall. During his campaign be at the reduced rate of$2.50
mothers who made this possible of Tltusville. the Community; Church of Dodd, Keystone; one brother, he became known as "The per animal. ,
,' ''a very sincere thanks- Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston Keystone Heights on April 23 Robert J. Dodd, Keystone, anda Walking Senator" due to his
Florence Harris Norma Swart- are the proud grandparents at 7 p.m. with Rev. Stewart sister, Mrs. Margaret L. 1.000-mile trek from one end a Clinics will be held on the
ley, Lonnie Tuller, Thelma AlIen of a baby girl born on McCord officiating. The reception Shimp, Mulberry; and three of Florida to the other In search A same day at the Mlddleburg
Linda Mueller, Melissa March 8 at Holy Cross Hos- will be held in the reception grandchildren. of votes. Civic: Center from I to 2 p.m., S. E. McKAY. REALTOR
Benson, Bonnie Jones, Donna pital In Ft. Lauderdale to Mr. hall of the church Immediately Funeral services were held Also expected at the meetingare and at the Doctors Inlet School
Newlon, Norma Martin, Susie and Mrs. Alec Livingston. Lit- after the ceremony.All at 2:30: p.m. Wednesday In Hope Congressmen Bill Chappell, from 3 to 4 p.m. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-48],'
Gornto and Hubert Oliphant, tle Miss Alexis Nicolle weighed members of the family, Baptist Church with Rev.Merle and Don Fuqua.
Jr. 8 pounds 6 ounces and Is and friends are cordially Invited Packham and Fred Sacher, of Directors from four districts On Saturday, March 20, a Appraisal Service
their first child.CONGRATULATIONS. Park-of-Palms, officiating. Interment will be elected during the day from the new Orange Park District clinic will be held at the Clay The Bert in lat.'elront.
LOST PUPPYA Miss McLean graduated from was In the church with the only announced con- (No. f). Nominations may County; Health I Department in Rentafi t
$10 reward Is offered to Keystone Heights High SchoolIn cemetery under the directionof test being between Incumbent be made from the floor. Green Cove Springs from 2 to Homes, Acreages, .
anyone knowing the whereabouts A Florida Game and Fresh 1969 and Is now employed at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Richard Murrhee, of District Musical entertainment will be 4 p.m. ASSOCIATES,
of a four months old miniature Water Fish Commission spon- the University of Florida Medical Home of Keystone Heights. One, and challenger George E. provided during the day by The
collie, sable and white, female, sored cleanup of hunter deposited Center. LaRue, Keystone Heights insur- Blackwood Singers, a nationally The Innoculattons will be given ;.Mrs. Melba Ilifrn 4734740Oil.
named Maggie. She was last litter from the Camp Mr Homer graduated from ance agent. known group from Nashville, by Dr. McKee and Dr. Mul- J. fhpHHliiiclon. 473-4074
seen In the Lake Brooklyn a- Blanding game management a- Keystone Heights High School Ten lins. It Is recommended that I.. J. Kublimoii 47S-W4f(
rea and there are four heart- rea utilized volunteers from ''in 1968 and Is now attending I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1 LaRue has been waging an Thousands of co-op members all cats be brought to the clin- 1'.1. ) Carr 473-1011))
broken children who would loveto organized sportsmen groups .St. Johns Junior College In Pa- J KEYSTONE HEIGHTS | active campaign: In an effort from a dozen counties are expected ic in a carrier or a box. s
see their puppy again. and has been pronounced "very latka, with plans to attend the to unseat the veteran Murr- to attend the festivities
successful." University; of Florida Law Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pas- hee. starting at 9 a.m. Lunch will
GOLF COURSE The cleanup, conducted on School In the fall. tor.Sunday Incumbent directors from o- be served at noon, with the annual -
Winners of last week's ladies February 27. In both the north School, 9:45: ; Morn- ther districts, up for election, business session sched- GUS &; MITCHKOZY
day were: 9 hole group- range and south areas of Camp the Keystone Sportsmen Club; Ing Worship at II;Church TrainIng are: District 8, C.M. Smithof uled for 1 p.m.Valuable .
1st Low net, Alice Nfebert, Blanding, produced a total of The Duval County; Hunters Association 6:30: ; Evening Worship, MIcanopy; and District 9, door prizes will be PILLOW MOTEL
and lowest putts, Joan Wright. 26 pickup truck loads of beer and Keystone Heights 7:30.: Angus Hastings, Fort McCoy.: given away during the after-
18 hole group1st low net cans, pop bottles, cardboard Boy Scout Troop Number 105. Monday Youth Choir Prac- Floyd Gnann is the nomineeNews ,noon. AND RESTAURANTDAILY
Gene Jett; 2nd low net, Mar- boxes and other debris, Includ-. Maj.] Robert M. Brantley, tice, 7 P.m.Tuesday .
tha Hayes, and lowest putts, Ing one abandoned hot water Northeast Regional Manager for Mission Friends, Eedfeam. heater. Game and Fish Commission Girls In Action, 3:15.:
Kathy the
The Ladies Invitational Is underway The manpoweractually men, who originated the cleanup I- Wednesday Prayer Meet- WITH ROOM & BOARD OR WITHOUT

and winners will be boys, and women, were from! dea, declared himself "most Ing, 7 p.m.8 Adult. Choir Rehearsal | Notes l HOME-COOKED MEALS HOME MADE SOUP
pleased with the participation." p.m.Thursday
The Keystone Heights Sports Acteens 3:15.: V. By Helen Egan STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD

men Club supplied IS trucks Highway 100 One Mil. West Keystone Heightsor
each operated by an adult with "Good News" presented by write Box 49, Lake Geneva, Fla.
37 boys and 4 women participating our youth last Sunday evening The Lutallation of officers ter room and seated in a cres-
The Duval County Hunt- under the direction of Mrs. of the Keystone Heights OES cent shaped Circle before the
LOOKING ? ers Association also furnish*"* Josephine Reed was a very Chapter 279 took place beforea Associate Matron and Patron
trucks and volunteers.Don pleasing and effective programIn crowded Chapter room of the stations.Jo .
Morgan, president of the which the Gospel of our LordIs Melrose Masonic Temple on Reed with Betty; Sikes at
Keystone Sportsmen Club, said presented In song. We were March 13 at 8 p.m. This beingan the piano then rendered mean- H & V MOTORS
the 21 member Boy Scout Troop pleased to have several young Open Ceremony, members ingful vocal solo, "Whispering
Items people from the Baptist ChurchIn families and Invited Hope."
105 recovered salvagable and their
For Income Tax Deductions? valued at $35. Melrose assisting our young friends enjoyed an Impressive At the completion of the 18
Brantley said participation In people In this program. Sunday colorful program. elected and appointed officers Keystone
the project by such civic mind- evening March 21, our youth The Call to Order was givenby who had been regularly Installedand
ed groups calls attention to will go to Ellam Baptist ChurchIn retiring Worthy Matron Jo seated at \their repective PHONE 473-4400
Melrose to present the pro- stations, Worthy Matron Mottle -
the litter problem caused by Reed as the 1970 officers entered -
You can Legally uncover more hunters and everyone and add- gram. So If any of you missed the Chapter room and took Lee Kingsbury and Worthy
ed that he hopes the project it, you might like t o eo and their respective stations. The Patron Floyd Koons each In See Vic Or Doug For The
"Needles in the Haystack": when you will encourage people to take hear them at that time. Lord's Prayer was followed by turn gave an expression of
their litter home.BROKASLEATH. We were pleased to have the all pledging allegiance to the thanks and appreciation and Cleanest Used Car Anywhere!
following visitors In our Sun- Flag and singing the National pledged full support and en-
have aU your cancelled checks on day morning service; Mr. and Anthem. leavors In the good of the Or-

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brokasof Mrs. H.H. Burch from Colum- Josephine Reed, Worthy Ma- ler for the ensuing year. Call Or Come tf These Cars
hand. Open your checking; account Keystone Heights announce bus, Ga.; Mr. & Mrs. Ivan tron gave an Inspiring greetingof The courtesy from the penf y -
the engagement and approaching Stanlck from Lennon, Michi- welcome to all. The install- ) Paddy Gllrle. P.M. and
marriage of their daugh- gan; Mr. & Mrs. E. Bonlkow- ing Officers were Introducedand Sweetheart Page assisted by
here lodaytKEYSTONE t ter, Dianne, to George Leath, sky from Ontario. Canada: Mr. given the greeting of her Grace Keeth, P.M. Sweetheart Are Priced To Sell
son of Mr. and Mrs.A.S. Leath, & Mrs. W.E. Swinford from Indianapolis office, Worthy Grand Adah of Page presented a Pageantry of
also of Keystone Heights.Plans Indiana, Mike Wag the General Grand Chapter and color and loveliness to the Incoming -
are being made for the weddingto ner from Orlando, and Annette Past Grand Matron of the Grand Worthy Matron and
and Bubba Stewert from Key- Verna Brice Worthy Patron. '69 PONTIAC VENTURA
be held on July 24 at St. Chapter of Florida 32,000
Anne's Episcopal Church, Key- stone Heights.A of Gainesville Chapter. Assisting As Is customary since the
STATE BANKMember stone Heights, Youth Council; consisting01 Grand Installing Officers, Chapter was formed In 1959. Miles Warranty Book
six elected officers from the Vincent Brice P.G.I1, and E.W. the retiring Matron and Patrons
CONGRATULATIONS! different age groups has been Garris, P.G.P. were Introduced present to the Incoming: '
formed for the purpose of assisting with officers the "Larson" Jewel 67 FORD XL Ready To Sell
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Roderick L. Hutchison, son and tookthelrofflclal place
of Col. and Mrs. Graham Hut- our Church Council In Keystone Chapter Worthy Ma- which they have worn during
chison of Lake Geneva, was planning for a successful revival tron, Jo Reed, and Worthy Patron their veer In the East Jo Heed '
beginning Easter Sunday Gilbert Reed, P.P. 64 FORD XL Extra Clean
"Your Friendly Bank honored by being on the Pres- Gilbert Reed. P.M. and
ident's List for Term I, 1970- Our Youth representatives Installing Grand Chaplain, presented iviatue Lee rvuigs-
la Your Friendly 71, at St. Johns River Junior are Mark Jordan, Sandy 'bury; W.M. and Floyd Koons Loaded
Community College, Palatka. ombass, Pamela Anthony, Virginia Smith, Past Matronof iV.P. who were the Newly hon-
In a letter of congratulationsto Paul Johnson, Glynis Combass Lake Butler Chapter'; Installing )red officials. '66 MERCURY CONVERTIBLENice '
Roderick Charles W. LaRichard and Arnold Reed. We expect Grand Marshall, Mary The Past Matron's Jewel,
these young people to be ableto .Laura Johnson, Grand Treas- .n the form of a ring was This One's A Steal
contribute a great deal to urer and Installing Grand Organist presented to Jo Reed by Betty;
.................. .. ... .. .. .. ..* our planning program.We Beatrice Fagan, Past Sikes, and Floyd Koons received -

would like to welcometwo Grand Organist, were intro- from Homer Sikes, his '66 OLDS Real Clean Loaded
.' Re-Elect new members to our duced and took their respect Past Patrons pin. A cherished
; Church, both by profession of tlve stations. ceremony concluded the Installation -
. faith and baptism; Paul Lelno Betty; Sikes, Conductrees,ap- when Star Point Pins '65 TEMPEST LEMANS Clean Puff
: and Mrs. Barbara Prevatt. proached the Associate Ma- were presented by Grand Mar-
tron's chair, and presented in shall Mary Laura Johnson, accompanied -
:i Murrhee : of SRJC, behalf of the officers and mem- by the donor of\these '64 FALCON Extra Clean
Pradd president
bers the gavel to Incoming Wor- pins, Beatrice Schoeder to the
: ; said: "Your efforts reflect a Lee
Mattie Kings-
thy five Star Ponts. '
sincere dedication and I am 65 MUSTANG 289 V8
bury. Each of the outgoing as wellas
. sure a source of Inspiration The 1970 officers retired and
NO.1. the Incoming officers worea
family, Instructors -
. was,your and your fellow your students.It after entrance a short of the Intermission 1971 officers, the corsage of the flower of the '67 LTD Air And Power

gives me great pleasure to were marshalled, Into the Chap- (Continued on next page)
: CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. : add top students your name attending to the SJRJC list of,

. and I wish you every possible I Members Of Tile Clay Electric Co-op:
measure of success: and good

: To All Members Of Cloy Electric Co-Op : fortune The President's in the future.List Is the

highest academic honor obtain- We Do Not Believe That A Person Who Moved His Full-time ResidenceTo
able during a term at SJRJC.
e:: I am now completing my 2nd three-year term on your Board of Trustees .

ei and appreciate very deeply this honor. Tallahassee TWO YEARS AGO Should Continue As Our District Representative -

.j Last month on Feb. 4th, the membership of District One re-nominated My Neighbors

e? me by an overwhelming majority to be on the ballot for re-election for my On The Clay Electric Board Of Trustees!

.. 3rd term. For this vote of confidence I am most grateful.

_; Your vote and support at Clay Electrfc's( 33rd Annual Meeting on March : Please

.< 25th will certainly be appreciated. The meeting will be in Keystone : VOTE For His Replacement

_., Heights
2? If re-elcted my pledge is to continue to work for the best interest of :

f your cooperative and serve you In an honest and dedicated manner. VOTE For George E. LaRue

.f Thank you, .


Richard Murrhee :

"Counterfeiting l la too slow. _
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News Notes iiiitAiiiiAC4

By Helen Egan .1 (Lhe Santa Fe)

Worthy Matron colors(Con't.and each from preceding Lester P Is.se third.) Greetings 871 Phone Michael friends 47S-16I2 n.and CUtty neighbors GlASS IF I ED ADS OFT BESUm

of the new Star points corsage The club is very fortunateIn .

was station tied, blue with the yello color*. white of her as having members.Lesterand.Mr. Tina Sheeta Sheets as- Baton terwho,,fromyourRolling-Repor-along rolled with down my parentsto to Wll- 1SWA_ -, .' :... .8.t..1, set: .PRer: rr': '; '$W 'if: .:,R.E ""a.e 1Ir :$'eLlL, IR _tst' ;. <.J

green and red. Warder Miriam side ow theatrengar.ents committee visit with Aunt Clara

Poole was chairman of delightful In the setting up of tables Sullivan. James my and Cricket, .--

refreshments which followedIn etc. for the club meetings. along with Uncle Roy Crenshaw CLASSIFIED AD RATES 7 COTTAOE PA U! T3-Men the Banquet Hall, where the March 25 Is Clay Electric of Gainesville and cousin David JIMMY MOORE'S\ Gage parents wanted. Bone WOMEN IN

now officers stood In a reception Coop Annual Meeting so everyone Stegall of Wtlllston, put up Minimum Charge .... ..L7I SUN SPORTS Married couples and women. Full And Pant Time -1Salee

lIne.Special. using electricity will be paneling In Aunt Clara's living (Covers IS words.. ) Salary starts $347 per month ClerKs Stock: Room Clerk

of Worthy guests Matron at the Installation there. NOTENo GameFunDay room and hall. And since we Each word. over W-7SOe MOORE BOAT FOR per person 5 day week 8 hour Apply Bltfg. 1965.Camp Bland- HOMESAVAIUBUFOR
Kings- of Fellowship Club on were gone all day Saturday the day. Promotional opportunities! tag PX March 23. 1 I to 4 p.m.
bury her twn daughter Extra: Charge If YOUR MONEY
were March 25.COMMUNITY. short this time. not
news Is pitifully State Retirement sick leave Itahg!
Deborah Curie and her husband
You'll Just have to excuse me, paid la advanceCLASSIFIED vacation' etc Please apply 111JI4'I9On
Starke Ph. 961-5791
who Is the son of Paddy CHURCH
okay? Aunt Clara had visitedus Offlo
only .Personnel .
Curie P.M. who only returned Annual Silver Tea of Church DISPLAY
Wednesday and had taken '
Outboard & Bunland Center OoineavUl-e.' NOTICEStarke YOUR LOTX3,500
from Vietnam on March 8; and Women, March 19, at 2 p.m. In Granny Copeland home with her '1.50 Per Inch Complete
Mrs. Nancy L. Williams and Educational Building. Mrs. Stern Drive Service and Fla. An equal opportunity; -
when she left Thursday morn-
her husband. James Cook, general chairman. ing. Sunday we were visitedby Memorial. Reflation Repair. Complete Fiber- ployer. ttchg and Keystone

EXECUTIVE Board Meeting my grandpa, Hubert Chltty Proclamation, etc -7e word glass Repair. Custom- Heights area Customers
Newly Installed Worthy Matron of Church Women March 22 at of and Paul Dorsey of 3 Bed Room Frame Home
Starke '
OF THANKS built Fiberglass FishingBoata.
Mattle Lee Klngsbury In 1 p.m. in Educational Building. Gainesville.Jim Hardwocd: Floors, aluminum Hastings Mattress
her Year Book has chosen as Any elected or appointive officer Brummett of SO word or lets -,3,00 ektlng.'! lot C5 X 210 storage
and Evolyn and
her :theme Light, Love Pad-and or chairman who Is unable Panama City spent the weekend Eaeh word over JO-To or work shop Saved street Upholstery 1600 SO. FT.
Kindness. She has chosen to attend please arrangeto and rtdcwaUc! Price 8200.00
dy Curie P.M. and Grace send your co-chairman.Mrs. with Saturday Joyce night and, Dave Pete and Barton.Mar- WATER FRONT LOTS with terms\ A. J. Thomas 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA OFDYING

Keeth P.M. as her Sunbeam Barry Wyman presiding. ian Nieland and five children, PAST TV &: STEREO RE FOR SALE Realtor Tel. 0045701.
Page Officers. Bradford County Annual Fair PAIR. pre
Presented at this Open Installation and Mary Ella Watterson and pick-Krp. City On Crosby( Lake and! Crosby AREA
will be held the week of March Hnaiw. Dubmtr'a Discount Is Open AgainFURNITURE
children were supper guests. Lake Oonnl. Canal 50
( feet
\ for the year
31 and first three days of April WANTED Experienced Service
.IIM the following elected of- In Agricultural Building. Keystone Richard and Lucille Lanier tfch. 'I wkle. a foot deep) Located on) Station
ever 30.
Matron Mattle parents of Robert Lanier spent State Road 100. 3 miles West ; CALLSLADE
fices. Worthy Heights Senior Club members Must hay.
Lee Kingsbury; Worthy Patron are cooperating with the part of last week at their property WANTED!: House' full of fur. e(.Staricc, Fla. Ideal" for vacation : Good e cood references Repaired Refinished

Floyd C. Koons; Associate Matron Bradford Senior Citizen Clubin on Little Santa Fe,campIng n'tuiv' : pay caah.: DahjnereDiscount. cottage, mobile home or pay fuTUtehed., :teas allowance\ uniform Reo-up holstered
Betty Sikes Associate Patron working on their lot and ttebcr Investment. Call 473-4279
; exhibiting articles at the nice bream. cr 473-4003 after 7 PM. NEW \
catching some Key MATTRESSES
Homer B. Slhes Jr.; Priced :mart at 1295.00, $200
Club Booth. Final plans will hostess at stone Heights.[
BeatrlceSchroeder P. Joan Miller was a 2tp 3-23
down tnd 35.00 month for 36
be made at the Club Watson FREE ESTIMATES\
meeting for Polly
birthday party
M,1; Treasurer Vera Ownbey; months! (O'i''%;{ simple. interest HOME
Conductress, Arcena Wilson; on Tuesday March 23, at 1 at the Dairy Dasher last ). Call Collect 328-2144

Associate Conductress, Nell P.m. week celebrating Polly' 13th r: BARRETT

Duncan; Sentinel Winton Keeth. birthday. Polly Is the first girlin CaB 964-7701 8 am. to 8 SERVICES

Worthy Matron Klrursburv their class to reach that REFLNISIIINGALL pm. W'ecltdn.ys. U Water Conditioning
pointed the following officers: Out-patient Care glorious teenage.Mr. TYPES -

Chaplain Josephine Heed, P.M. and Mrs. E.W. Revels UPHOLSTERYCABINET LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf and Pump Co.
Marshall Sarah Mailman; Organist Broadened For Jr. and family of Plant City A: Country Club reedy for SEWINGMACHINE Information

/ Irene Williams; Star spent the weekend with their WORK bu'lcllng' on or for investment.! 130( Court Street CaD
Point Adah,Susie Gornto;Ruth Veterans parents Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Expert Reproductions Lots area approximately Here Phone 964.5832PLUMBING

Jackie Weeks: Esther Janet Revels Sr. and larger. Paved roods Collect
Ilaynor; Martha Dorothy Mrs. Nora Mathis spent part C. E. JACKSON only 3 minutes from town. 78 1 4Q5
M.T. Dixon, the Director of of last week with her Sales and Service
Koons; and Electa:: Marlon Affairs daughterand 1313 W. :Madison Slarfce Prtcc start at $1295.00. $200
Veterans for Florida
son-in-law Fred and Vera
DrIscoll. Miriam Poole was PFAFF NECCIII
dow1and 35.00 nuanUi.
much needed pieceof Water Conditionersand
announces a Swearlngon. Her son, Made --
appointed Warder. legislation has been approved l' Call 004-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. New Home oa
Mathis of Gainesville took her Pumps
MASONIC DINNER and signed into law which will to her home In Jasper on Sun- CARL BEGGS _ttchg WELL DRILLING Universal Pantie Hose

Worshipful Master Winton greatly benefit our older vet Sales and Rentals $49:50 up
It authorizes out-patient Service Best Grade
the weather so unsettled
Keeth of Melrose (In Keystone) Lake business; tot Parts & Repairs on
treatment to any veteran In the fish still not biting too
Masonic Lodge has Invited receipt of increased pension are Griffin of Griffin's USED PARTS alo. Store, giraare. etc lock Repair Department all other Make Ma Any Size Any Color
good. Roy
members of Lodge families and Top Prices stock and 24 Hour ServiceA.
or additional compensation or Lodge (east shore) caught them for Wrecked Cars barrel. A real chines.NATIONAL.
Fish din)
friends to enjoy a Fry
ner at the !Masonic Temple at allowance based on the need all week long but no one else 21 Hour Wrecker Service money maker. Call Bill $3 Pair No. !
of regular aid and attendantor Powell RE. Broker.: 984-6404.
seemed to be having luck.
6:30: p.m.. March 23. by reason of being perman- Sunday and Monday any morning Fuel Oil tfchg J. Thomas Registered\ Real $2 Pair No. !

FELLOWSHIP: CLUB ently housebound. Roy and Bruce Manning caught Vied Can Estate Broker.. Specializing 1n 611 W. Univ. Ave. $1 Pair No. !

members and two Dixon said that It also authorizes 4 bass up to 8 pounds; Monday Hwy SOI N. Waldo Appraisals for Estates! IrxUvlduala 378.1355
Forty the furnishing of drugs O.C. Carnes Nursery and 1 Corporate Owners.
afternoon and Tuesday he,
guests enjoyed! a fine covered 4(81998BEWINO 2 Pair for $1- Yes
and medicine at VA expense Al-o cene-rl real estate 'bus
Bruce and Dr. Sc hum rick of
dish luncheon Thursday Thousands
on of Plants
to veterans who are receiving iDes! Thirty Years. experience
Clnclnatti caught 14 bass up to
March at the Lion's Club. HOUSE
President 11.Marlon Driscoll called \ additional compensation or allowance 9 Ibs.; Wednesday Roy and MACHINE_ Cleaned< Fruit Trees Shade Trees, In Florida land matters. Tel OF MILO j

on Mrs. Amy Ferrell who or Increased pensionby Paul Broome caught 7 up to 5 oiled and adjusted In Evergreen!, Camellias, 964-5701, Sb.ue. Florida tf chi Lawtey
offered grace. A short business housebound.It reason of being. permanently Ibs.: Thursday, Roy and Mr. home, 500. Vacuum cleaner Azaleas Roses PUMPSNEW 3TCHG

meeting followed In which thesecntary also the Zellner caught 8 up to 7 1/2 repairs also. All work ruannte.d. Most In cnng plant AnyllmeLANDSCAPING
stops requirementthat BAIRD
report and trea- a veteran !In receipt of Ibs. Saturday he and Jim Is- Dennis E. Cogging. Phone AND USED

surer's report was made the pension having to sign the"Pau- Ing and son caught a 10 1/4 431-1428. tfeh, 23 Ml. S.E. Starke.. Hwy. 100FIfr1IIotnp Mobile Homes
treasurer reporting nine more 9, 8 1/2 6 and a 2 pounder. SALES LUZIERCOMETICS
paid up memberships. The two pers Oath" of Inability to defray That was a nice string of base SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 1159.2105FOR NEW and USED PARTS
guests were Mrs.G.S. Pennock expenses care for hospital a non-service or domiciliary Mrs. Eva Holbrook caught a 9 Letters, all sizes, colors. Penn- SALE-20 acres en paved 8.10.12' WideGalneayWe SERVICE AND WIGS

friend of Mrs. Charlotte Wads- connected disability admission lb. bass with William T. Groveof anent, for use on wood class.pintle highway 3 bedrooms Hi 'bath: Deep nnd Shallow Wells

north of Hawthorne,' and Tom to a VA hospital. Jacksonville Beach. The paper. metal leather home 7.500 down! $10.000 Good SALESPEOPLE NEEDEDMnnag.m.nt J
Water Softeners
Quality and
Moyer of Pa., grandson of Mr. It authorizes hospital care specs are still not on the beds. ANTfTlUNd I -Bradford County balance 96.50 month. Call
and Mrs. Lester Sheets. Maybe if the weather settles Telegraph tfWATSON'S Reasonably Priced FiltersPlumbing OpportunitiesOpen
for Bill
a non-service connected Powell\ R.E. Broker 00464(14. -
The Keystone area should take down we can start catchingsome. Gainesville 378-2785
of ( -
disability any veteran of any
note of the blessings of sight Supplies
war or peace-time, who Is 65 Serviced Guaranteed and
for last October Mr. and Mrs. years or older without his That seems to be it for this FOR RENT-One (bedroom furrdxlwd Delivered In Starke Area Unlimited TerritoryCall
Lester Sheets moved to their week folks. See you next time... EXPERT SERVICE ON
or her regard to ability to House of Vacuum apartment: $90 month, NO EXTRA COST Today
retirement home on Lake Bradford ALL 964.5616
Village Apts. Just
defray expenses or such care. rs
441 N.
4502 NW 13th
Brooklyn. Eight years ago very For Information on this DIxon (Many brands of new vacuum :north of Bradford High GaInesvllle371.2785 PHONE 96.1..7061DURRANCE Louise Stern
suddenly Mrs. Sheets found she Invites Inquiries to your 13900 up. Used machines from School Call collect- Oalnesvlllle :
was not pouring a liquid Into a $10, Expert Repairs ..11 makes. '
local County Service Officer I MOVIES I J78-7921 Mrs Reavea. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Manager
pan but spilling It, for that Officer of the Veterans Ad- Parts and Accessories for all .tfchgFHA withstand weather- 20c each
suddenly her sight had practically PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
ministration, or his office at vacuums. Built In Central VMum S2.25 doe< Special price on larger 3TIF
gone. As guest speaker Post Office Box 1437, St. Petersburg Walt Disney present "Wet- cleaning systems. 712 N. or Conventional financing quantities Bradford County

accompanied by her See Ing- Fla. 33731."The back Hound" and "The Wild Main. Oalnfavlllo 378-7110 ; on new Brick, 3 'bedroom' Telegraph tf 21-ONCH ADMIRAL color
Eye-Dog Beauty the radiant 2 Bath, living 'room dnlng
Country" on the screen of (used) TV'tth' WE DONT HAVE IT
new picture
and ever smiling Mrs. Sheets BIG ... i
Friday Sat- PENS. Ball Point room, and family: room Home we'll
Florida get It for
tube. Dahmer'a Discount a you Office
related her experience at 48 INSURANCEAT
fills Bradford County TelaIT&ph. Will take trnde-in. call Bu-
urday and Sunday. SuppUe. Furniture .
chg Equipment.
of In the efforts
years age. "The Wild Country" Is the ford Mitchell Phone 964-6750. REDUCED RATES
of doctors and specialists to OLD TIMER story of a pioneering family P. O. Box 230.: St'aThc.' tfchu AUTO. FIRE BOAT Telegraph- Bradford County
restore her sight. In her open- which settles In the untamed CLASP ENVELOPES aq DOYLE E. CONNER WANTED LISTINGS

ing remarks she said "I thank t-- Grand Teton mountain country alaes.- Bradford County Tel.. GERANIUMS B/JEKJll'ia/ (n INSURANCE: AGENCY On Home and Acreage Buyer
the Lord for the sunshine which b rrapli." bloom. I
of Wyoming In the 1880's. The Aznloas: shrubbery. take Waiting Strout Realty Reg.
warms the earth but there Reasonable price FeriU onNur.oery. Broker 2117
film combines warmth excitement N. Temple Ave.
must be wind rain and some INTERSTATE MOBILE Home Ralford Band North.Ph. FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom I
and magnificent sceneryas Ph. 964-6609 Star IT*. Fla..
moving in l"Ia. Call 904-5608.
shadows or everything would takes JHJ4-B227.: 3tp 3-18 trailer outside city
the family on
every We
burn up." challenge of the mountains.On tfchTEENJbOE limits. J, B. White 9646114. FOR BALE New brick or I

Beauty leads her to church a double bill at the 301 SPECIAL this Sat LOSTt Bp-cfn"d! :: Lake black tfdw block homes on your land NO
as she says she knows every- male Poodle wean"ng blue down As tow $65.00per
money \
Theatre Friday and Saturdayare urday: to Hamburger as ,
I to her but she
thing say rhinestone collar.
optimist proclaimsthat "War of the Gargantuas"and Answers to FOR. SALE month Bousing Act 235.
at DahmeT's Discount. Large 5 bedroom -
never talks back so I have of allpOMMlhle "Peppy", Reward, Ph. 473-
live In the best Young America
we "Monster Zero". Ztehar-318iFOR !home In Hampton enlarge Corp. of Flor Repair
the last word. Gratitude is her
worlds!-and the pea-, "The War of the Gargantuas" 3:1R2.: Ztchi? 3-2S tihmiy! lot< $7,500 cash. ida. 964-7469 or

premise as she says, "The J4lmillt fears that Is true." If the science fiction story of RENT Trailer space. LOST -B llIe 'tolll\ fold. Would! (Phonic 4681475.: 2tp 3-18 9645136.vtp 4-28
Lord Comes first the Lion
two monsters that fight for City! utIMtlos. Clone In Ruby
Lord Comes first, the Lions like cards. drivers license BIGGEST TRADE-IN allowance
control. One monster has retained Jdhna, 964-5613. tfehg
Club second and my husband. a fur-like epidermis and pictures! iback. Reward Taking; applications foi on a Motorola Quasar. ; TYPEWRITERS

while the other monster has FOR SALE: White: 1966 Ford .004-6440 2tp 3-25 color TV In Stuke. Dahmer'a

(Mustang, 4 speed chrome FHA 235 Discount. Ztchff 3-18
taken his energy from the sea FOR SALE '

I PEDDLERS and has developed many of the (wheels, new tires, tape player 200 acres high' dry land two ADDING
Three bedroom
qualities usually associatedwith radio, real good' etiape. $950.00 deep New Brick 3 and 4 -
) deep well, two curb cement! block' .house! at Crystal
Call 964-7652. 2tp 3-18
sea mammals scales and wells, two homes, two barns Bedroom Homes
BUILDING SUPPLY B HOME CENTER Lake. Family room fireplace
greenish coloring."G" Both films and several sheds. 2.5 tobpcco Call for Details large !c>t. Phone 96-1-5010. Itchg MACHINESOFFICE
rated .
allotment- 100 acres! corel! '
UNITED FOR SERVICE QUALITY & VALUE5ecials "The Strawberry Statement"and (Why not earn that extra money seat In pine tlmb-r. In Bradford Low Down Paymentand j33 :Inch: PUJTIHRE TUBES rebuilt -

"The Magic Garden of Stan you' need selling Camalon Cosmetics county en S-233: 8 ml west- Moderate Monthly fl"Ol1129.95 at Dahmer'a
ley Sweetheart", both rated R, Wigs' and hair pieces Discount(
of Starke, Fla has to< >be seen Payments Ztchg-3-18 SUPPLIES
will play at the 301 Drive-In .
In neighborhood? Open-
yew i ito appreciate. Call W. N.

All I Sunday Bruce Davlson and Monday.: and Kim Starring Darby ings to Stark, Hampton Mel- Johns 402-1743 Alachtn.: Fla. LONGCIIAMP HOMES YEARROUND \take. home. TYPEWRITERS

rose Putnam Hall and Gra after! 6 .p.m. Ztn 3.18 Phone 964-6853 .
"The Strawberry Statement," : Lake Chlpco Interlochen:
ham. Call Mrs. Betty PODS. ADDING MACHINES
Day Sat. is about the growth of political 901-372.9971 4tp 4/1 301 South Starke tremendouswoodsy lot. All
awareness a study of one boy's TF city conveniences Write P. O.

reluctant emergence into man- WANTED: Rough carpenter Box 58. Interlachen, Fla. Up PHOTOCOPIERS: from IMJO

hood and commitment. work .and painting. William iIler Brown t I I IMS. Take the drydttry\ outs

"The Magic Garden of Stan- Bradley. 207 Ahwrea St.. i paper work.UOAL ._
Largest ley Sweetheart" is the storyof Gtarke. 4tp 4-1 WANTED( : Used Wringer .

a youth's search for self- /3 Wociber. Datuncff's Discount FORMS.
PANELINGStock identity. At the start Stanley 2txb8"-3-18:
i cannot relate to other persons JAMISON | PAVKOU. kNVItOrt

except In a selfish way but 4 Bedroom. 2 tooth homes Gainesville Marine
In This Area II i : as he grows he realizes he Is HOME'S Volkswagen Just completely remodeled. Cobia Boat

More Than not the only one in the world. 9TED SIGNS: Treated to
(few"' 0\ Used t.fJ' Easy: terms Located on
I This film about young people 12' Jt IV Sales ). 100 South. For Information can Johnson Motor land weather"- 200 each

: 17 PATTERNS I I II was mad by young people. 3 Bedroom Service 084-7701. tfchLEW'S SPECIAL 2.23 doe Special price on larf-
'GO95 fcr '
Furnished quantities
I :
I 1 MI. North of The Mad

f Sheet Technical Sergeant Earl L. MOBILE 15' Cobia Bow Rider UPER STICK Vinyl Plastic

WELDING SHOP e It era, all Clara color. Perm-I
of 50 H.P.
Sec Our Hide Hauser Jr. Williamsport, HOME SALES JOHNSON
Selection Today & Save Pa., has received the U.S. Air nt. for me on wood, glass,
Force Commendation Medal for Starke Fla.-100 West Whispering Pines Mo Gator Trailer lastlo paper metal leather I IBradford

: Quality BLP meritorious service at Mon- Glass Shop tel US 301() S. Phone All For 01
RVNTI: Manager Trainee outgoing
key Mountain, Vietnam. 961-8252 $1 995
Sergeant Hauser son of Mr. personality: over 21. able) to Glass Plus Tax ,
and Mrs. Earl L. Hauser Sr.. meet the publlcl .and have UTILITY TRAILERS

Williamsport, distinguished own car. Good eJary and For CUSTOM BUILT S.. Lynn Hamilton

Brushes-Rollers-Cverything For Your himself as a computer maintenance fcencttts.! : Southern: Discount GAS AND ELECTRIC Before You Buy County
technician.The Company, 116 N. Walnut St. AH CARS and TRUCKS
;: Painting Job sergeant is a 1956 graduate !064-5010. ache Installed While-U-Wait WELDING BRAZING 1030 E. University Ave

.UP TO 20% SAVINGS NOW! High School.of Williamsport His wife Senior Mary FOR SALE-2 Walker. dogs 1 Custom Vinyl Auto Tope TRAILER SHEET METAL HITCHES Galnetvlll. Telegraph

Ann, Is the daughter of Mrs. mole 1 Xeraale. Can Danny 1017 N. Slain Crv4lle INSTALLED PHONE 964.6305J

N. Cheery -.Behind Cadillac Phone 9646078wwww Nllda Thagard of Keystone Waters, 7823857.p 3-25

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