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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 25, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


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No. 3#,. Thursday, MarchTOp.1" 71 Copy Of County Fair
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thousand visit- i
MoneyFrom ors are expected next

IiD Wednesday, March 31, 4frc
for the opening of the g

several angles Brad- 1, .., 21st annual Bradford

ford County Is pushing to pro- County Fair and Straw- c _' _
vide garbage dump space and spz t, t berry Festival. w-
see that people dump In the

:. right place. Pretty; Mary Ann Barton, 1970 '- --- -
After closing volunteer dumps Strawberry queen, will use a
in the county,and relocating the .. pair of scissors to snip a red Fair Association board members make final plan (for
landfill at Lawtey, County commissioners ribbon at 11 am.m to officiallyopen opening of Strawberry Festival next WecJnelday.
asked Sheriff P.D. the fair.The Rotary Club's
Reddish to crack down on of- annual Rural-Urban Day pro-
fenders.So gram will follow shortly thereafter -

far six cases have been ted to with be 2,500 present persons to eat expec-a free
brought before Judge Theron a.v chicken dinner Beauty Show
Yawn at the last two county
plea days. Fines were leviedin First day of the four-day
five cases, and In the other, fair, to run Wednesday through
: Tom"' Kenneth Hardy, pleaded Saturday March 31 and April
Innocent Tuesday and his case 1-3. Is dedicated this year to
was set for the trial calendar. retiring County Agent: GeoreeMuggins. To HighlightFair
The
veteran county
Of the three cases where defendants -
pleaded guilty Mar- agent, completing his 19th year
In Bradford Is the founder
County, -
than Jean Roznowskt was fined
of the Rural-Urban
$36 for dumping along the state Day as
It Is known
today.
highway right-of-way; Raymond
Simmons Troy Henderson and Between 40 and 50 thousandare SaturdayA
: Clifford Henderson were fined expected to visit the Brad-
:$16.50 each. In the last two a ford Fairgrounds during the
cases, Simmons and the two four-day event, according to
Hendersons testified they had estimates by Fair officials
returned to the lite and cleaned major highlight of the 21st Beauty Pageant set Saturday,
. not only what they dumped A second big event Wednes- county fair next week will be April 3, at 8 p.m. In the show
up
I but also around that whole a- day will be the appearance of the annual Strawberry Queen arena at the fairgrounds.
r
R Miss America of 1971, Phyllis
, rea. George. It will bo the third con- Twenty-six; girls from Baker -

"The county spends a lot of secutive year Miss America 4 Bradford Clay, Putnam,
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money buying'land-for dumps has appeared at the fair, sponsored and Union counties will vie for
I
and to take of them by Baldwin Chevrolet the title now held by Miss Mary
care why
.. don't you people use them; instead -- r.:.....- ..i::.,L f. :+ C,:jsnwUI'j.Mies! George will ; ,''L'w r hn7, Ann 'tartan of Lilly Lake and
of Uttering the state'shighways J .. 1 r L be in the Oldsmobile booth at r It Jacksonville.
? Next time take your .f' .t,.' the fair from 3-5 p.m. and 7- i ; Mister of cormonles for the
trash to the proper garbage ,h' 9 p.m. Wednesday.She beauty pageant will be Stan
dump," Judge Yawn told the will arrive Wednesday Whitlatch, Dale Carnegie Instructor -
offenders. morning In Jacksonville where from fi.ilnesvllle.Jud-
BHS Regional Science Fair winners ((1-r) Front- Mike Whit Lane
are : ,
plans are to film a Channel) ges will be Rep.! Gene Shaw
(Cent1 Jon Pg. 7)) Powell, Hjalmar McMillan; Second Row: Jimmy Andrews, Ester Romero, 4 Midday TV program to be ; Starke; Architect Frank George

Anne Haynei; Back Row: Joe Scanlon, Emily William., Donna Nelson, aired Thursday, April I I. When of Ptlalka.r.luggersuper-, ; :
and Don Neel. that Is over Miss America will intendent' of the prisons at Hal-
head for Starke and the Bradford ford and Lake Butler; Mrs. W.
BHS Coed County Fair, but probably II. Milton, president of Uie Senior -
won't arrive In time this year Woman's Club In M.icclen-,
for the Rural-Urban Day pro- ny, and Mrs. Myron C. Pre-

3rd In State BHS Science Students gram. -, Cla vatt> t.ounty.,I r., home economist in

Fair Association President
Speech ContestRebecca Frank Williams will welcome Anne Terwillegar The contest will begin at 3

guests to the program and Introduce p.m. Saturday, April 3, with a
4 Fair Commissioner of Agri- coke party for contestants their.
McMillan, Bradford Dominate Region culture Doyle Conner, one of companions, and the judges at
High senior representing A- Bradford's own to act as master the Garden Restaurant. The
merlcan Legion Post 56, won of ceremonies at a brief party Is to be hosted by the
third place in the Legion's State program. Starke Senior Woman's Club.
Oratorical Contest In Winter Fifteen Bradford High School title and a brief description of dealing with the effect a person er. There 1 will be no speakerthis At 4 p.m. judges will conduct
Haven Saturday. science students took the Re- each project are: sometimes get when ho Lane Powell 10, experimented year for the RuralUrbanDay Informal Interview with con

Miss McMillan had progress- gion 4 Science Fair by storm, Esther Julia Romero,11,What files to areas of the world where with the effects of To- program. Commissioner testants.At .
ed to the state level by winningthe 11 of them winning first places are the Effects of Vitamin A times are ouierent ana nis DallY luene on white mice. Animals Conner will say a few words, 6 p.m. a dinner Is sched-
local Post 56 contest, the and qualifying for the StateScience Deficiency on tear, sweat, and rhythm of living Is upset. Miss. allowed to sniff glue containing Introduce the platform guests uled at the Holiday Inn for con-
district, and the area contest. :: air. oil glands? Miss Romero Injected Haynes found that living patterns Toluene took longer to navigate and County Agent George Hug- testants and judges. The beau-
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of mice kept In constant a maze. Toluene is the will be honored.
Of 15 first place awards a- mice on a Vitamin A. gins ty pageant is set for 8 p.m
and In constant light
Merrill McMillan won $150 for darkness agent In glue that gives snif-
her third place finish In the mong over 100 projects, BITS free diet with different amounts were affected. fers a "trip." Expected to be on stage to The queen and her court will
students won 11. '1 he other four of Vitamin A. The experimentled be Introduced are U.S. House be presented at the annual
state contest. flrstplaces came from Union her to believe that the water Emily Williams, sophomore Joe Scanlon, junior In the Member Don Fuqua who represents Strawberry Ball at the new armory -
She has been coached BAS
by County giving the two small concentration In sweat, oil chemistry student, measured health and medicine division Bradford County: DIrector on Edwards': Road following -
Instructor Julie
speech Fuller counties complete dominations and tear glands Is dependenton pesticide residues in four food experimented with the Induc- of the Division of Corrections t. s the contest.
to "whom Rebecca gives much of the nine-county; competitionat Vitamin A. chain levels. She used gas tion of tumors and the relationship Louie LeeWalnwrlght( ,
credit for her showing in the Lake City Community Col- Anne Hayes, sophomore apology chromatography to analyze wa- of tumor occurance and State Senator Rob Saunders otCont'd J. The pageant Is sponsored by
oratorical
contests. and ter duckweek, fish,and a Great the Starke Junior Woman's
lege Thursday Friday. ,
Rebecca finished only one student, entitled her experiment ( on Pg. 7)) Connie Williams
Blue Heron Ina pond In Brook- (Cont'd on Pg. 7)) Club.
point behind second place In the BHS first place winners are Circadian Rhythms
state contest. Donna Nelson, Lane Powell Mrs. Jane Watson Is director -
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"I Am Your Constitution"was Emily Williams, Joe Scanlon of the )1971 event.
the topic of Miss McMillan's Mike White, Hjalmar McMll-
nine minute speech. Han. Jimmy Andrews, Esther Contest entries are:
Romero, and two Bradford Mid- .. BALDWIN GOES TO JAIL vv-vv- Anne Terwillegar, 17, Slarke,

dle School students, Becky sponsored by the Starke Ladies -
,.................... Hutchlns. and Don Neel. Golf Association

: : "Not really, we expectedIt. Donna Dowllng, 21, Macclen-
But I guess we're a little Is ny, sponsored by Odom's Department -
prejudiced," said Mrs. Carol Saturday Lucille Lavell DayMrs. Store at Macclenny.

Seaman BHS science Instru-
cot who tutors the science fair -. ;'t:
: Z entrants when asked if she was "k
surprised at her students. She A 43-year-old Starke motherof win, will go to Jail Saturday 1 would be appreciated Mrs.Nel- through a local correspondent, .. ;."."'!
admitted that "everybody at two who must have a kidney under $10,000 bond and his son took the drive by the horns. Andy Dennon of Radio Station .(\, tl
I I I1OUNTRY the him with She first went to Bud Mlzell WPXE, and a story was on the .
iiJ t iiJ (Inrltl fair was really Impressedwith operation to stay alive has become friends must ball out
nrun
The AP called
Bradford County.; the subject of a commun- donations. president of First Federal Savings wire Tuesday.
I -wlde drive to raise over and Loan, about establishing Mac Baldwin at 2:30a.m.: Tn>"-
'We're really) proud of them to get his story, and has
; $30,000 needed for a trans. a fund. Mizell has estab- day
WESTERN! around here, says Principal plant. Local organizations plan a lished the Lucille Lovell Fundat also talked to Mrs. Lovell and
r Ralph Dlggs. Mrs. Seaman said day-long Coffee Day In front First Federal into which all Police Chief Ken Fuqua. Bald- I' ,
JAMBOREE : Diggs made It possible to com- The life of Mrs. Lucille Lov- of Bradford High School this contributions will go. win was Interviewed by the Mu-
: pete successfully by allowing ell, wife of George (Tiny) Lov- Saturday. The Starke Auxiliary Money Is already coming In, tual Broadcasting Co, Tuesday
Starka Golf 2 extra time to work on the projects ell, a National Guard mechanic Police will stop motorists give 4 Mrs. Nelson says. The story afternoon.The .
i at Camp Standing Is being them coffee, tell Mrs. Lovell's has spread by word of mouth local car dealer will be
All 18 BHS students enteringthe sustained now by an artificial arrested about 8 a.m. Satur- t1t1
And Country Club i story, and ask for donations.The through the entire communityhere
Region 4 fair won places. kidney machine at the University National Guard, the Starke and donations have even day by Chief Fuqua on the
i Sat. March 21 Three Roxie Rodrioue. Steve of Florida Medical Cen Jaycees. Girl Scouts, and the come from Jacksonville. charge that he It. did cause
Futch and Diane Yawn finished ter. Doctors there are preparing Recreation Department will all The Bradford ;High Spanish the Community; of SW rke to join
I second. Mike Cissy and Carol she and her sister Mrs. participate In the Coffee Break.In Club held a car wash at Sid together as friends and neigh- r r. a
i 9 Till 1:00: Bloodworth were third Greg Joyce Barton of Santa Fe Lake addition the Beta Sigma Shuford's Standard Service Sta- bors to help In a just cause of .
Cay fourth, and Lee Harden- who will be the donor, for a Phi Sorority will hold a donut tion last Saturday and raised soliciting funds for Mrs. Lucille -
S $5 Couple : brook fifth. transplant operation. sale Saturday at the Coffee $79 for the fund. Lovell." Mrs. Nelson explains Janice Lott
The 11 first place winners Break. "People couldn't be nicer. ( that the effort Saturdaywill
3 I C..i;II will go to the State Science Fairin This Saturday March 27, has Everybody wants to help,"Mrs. just kick off the drive. Nora Jane Pier son, 18, Green
been proclaimed Lucille Lovell] Cove Springs sponsored by the
I m Ihe GTowmunftu! 1 The April BHS Science In West Club Palm sponsorsthe Beach. Day In Starke and Bradford The about Lucille Lovell drive began have Nelson donated says. Local material food for stores the "We want to keep It going as Clay County; Chamber of Com-
two weeks ago when ---- -------- -
etattaiunkttM.shsd students at the state fair County In a proclamation signed long as possible. We know It'll merce.
JI contributionssince by Mayor Carl Hurst and Mrs. Neoml Nelson asked one Coffee Break for Instance.
t and Is 11 In students need of will make the County Commission Chairman of her bowling partners Mrs. Lucid Lovella The drive has snowballed to take a big effort to raise any- Glenda Ann McIntosh,Flo-
"
wh.1 this Mrs. Seaman! Dave Shuford. To raise funds Mary Ella Watterson another fund drive. When the answer where near what la needed. rahome sponsored by Jaboar's
.. Oq.J J trip year for the needed operation a pro- sister of Mrs. Lovell. If the came back that any assistancewith the extent that the Associated
I S4fj414ii....S.4tss. l says.First place winners and the mlnlent city father, .Mac B kV- family would be receptive to the huge medical Mill Press heard of Mrs. Lovell (Cont'd on Pg. 7)) (Cont'd on Pg. 1 16))







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Group Attends Gospel
,10SetSalunlay

l I Deanery MeetingRepresenting ;;

St. Edward'aChurch @)

at the March 17 Spring 6ZJ. _.-'at Q -- A A gospel ting I II set Satur'f
1 1 meeting of the East Coast Dean U O"aMtf/U"I'-'t# day night at 7:30: by the Cos-
1 / ery. St. Augustine Diocesan pel Messengers at the Pine Val
Council of the National Coun 1 IPRINO-fUMMIII, It/1 ley Coqrregational'JHWneIl
cil of Catholic Women, were: "' "Planning Your Trousseau": ? Church located off US-SOl down
Rev. Father James Cregan, Q a gravel road by thi Bradford
K Mrs. Don Champion, GI .
Furniture Corp. ".n"'
Gfedy* Mootyt Phone IW7IOS Joseph
Mrs. Cissy. Mrs. Bobble The sing will feature The
Society Editor Shaller, Mrs. Gladys Weldon : arty History shows that the wedding dress has traditionally Servants of Jacksonville and
Mrs. Richard Richards, the Gospel Messengers of
I I Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Mrs. Victor been an elaborate reflection of the conventional Starke. ,r
$1 t Clngras, Mrs. Lester Humph dress of the time. Consistent with this the wedding dress The Gospel Messengers will
ties and Mrs. Francis Meng. .. liar, Sunday, March 28,
whichcombines f. appear
of today mirrors the mood of today's youth ."f ,
Mate was offered at Sacred at the Church of God'of Pro-
Heart Catholic Church in Jack- many nostalgic periods in time and cultures: I "J ; in Brooker for an all day
Duplicate Bridge sonville with the meeting following together with the new influences of the "now" genera ... ) !. \ shy i "
at the Officer's Club of ,
Winners Named the Naval Air Station. tion. This in effect, produces the most vivid and :: a$- 0 "'

I Mrs. Cissy: is presently serv bridal scene ever. 441 QuarterHorse
Keith-Shepherd fog as a board member of the VibrantAOJo
Miss Norma Canova and Mrs. ToldMr. Council., '
Show
Mable Oster were winning cou- Engagement Designers of Bridal Fashion have two pluses
ple at Duplicate Bridge Tues their side to begin with; they create for the young and \ 'i

day Tuesday night.night The clubmeets at 7:30: p.m.every in and Mrs. Lawrence William Ga.-, Rushes Honored beautiful! With this inspiration and based: on the very (' I Set April "
Newnam
: y# the Pratt Street Recreation announce Keith,the Jr. o engagement of By Beta Sigma Phi newest concept .the magic of this wedding scene .J '

I Center.Mrs. Luclle Davie and Mrs. their daughter,Sarah Elizabeth:: Ill., At Preferential TeaBeta will surely remain an everlasting. part of your treasured .,. l/ J Bradford Ca Quarter' J ::u Horse
Patterson Shepherd is
second Mr to Ira memories.. / ) holding
Hilda Dey were ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pat _". .' Show Sunday, April,4, at the
Ed word
and Mrs. Wainwright Shepherd, Jr. Phi hon- both silk and / Bradford County Fairgrounds.mood .
third and Curtis Sanders and terson Sigma Sorority Important in fabrics rayon organza: i ;
: The bride-elect Is the granddaughter ored Kushees at Preferential This show Is both American
Jim Curlngton; were fourth. new a i is Victorian and ethnic. "....9'"T ;
Mr, and
of the late Tea Sunday afternoon In and Florida Quarter Jlorse Association
Mrs. Drane DuPont Smith of the Pecan Room of tile Garden approved.:
Attapulgus and Mr. and Mrs. Restaurant. These illustrated. designs bring you a glimpse" of r, Show headquarters'are at the

rwwR ">avid Browning Lawrence William Keith. Sr. Members and invited guests the bride for Spring 1971. Holiday Inn, with entry fees being -
a of Newnan. called between the hours of 3 ., I, $::5.:50: for Halter, Classes,
..,. '\3 Birthday Party Mr. Sheoherd Is the grand and 4 o'clock. $3.00 for Youth Activities, and
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tho tea table was covered f ). 7.50: for Performance Class.
Robert 11. Jackson of Yates- with a white cloth, centered 'T /" \K'I es.
,vtri. David Browning gavea vllle, Ga., and the late Mr. with an arrangement of yellow ,I. .:, Halter Classes wIl1 begin at
afternoon for 1 Writ. for your FREE copy of:
party Saturday ,
; and Mrs. Ira Patterson Shep chrysanthemums. Mrs.Charles '. 9 a.m. and Performance Class
Shari BurrowsTo 1\ *' .
Jr. PLANNING YOUR TROUSSEAU
her David Browning on 11" ,
son
herd. Sr. of Starke. Darby, director, and Mrs.Buck II r ILGWU Union Lobol D.partmnt2rr es at 1 p.m. i
Wed Mf 'Eicher his The fifth party birthday.was held in the 'jrkle-eloct\ is 'a I970gra- Norman, president of Uw chap- q I '\ Ili S..n'h Av.. New York N, y 1000t ;j \\1\1I \
duate of Newnan High bchool.: ter greeted guests. Each was I yi.P
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Burrows yard where the and 16 refreshmentsand children enjoyed The future bridegroom receivedhis presented with a corsage of II I \. 0 \ e CARD OF TlIANKSII <
of Starke announce the games horn favors.The BBA degree from the University !- yellow roues, the sorority flower IJ o I \, ,
engagement of their daughter refreshment were given table covered ; of Georgia with a major ) ','"' ".!.'.-,.-' Mrs. Fred Dodd.and. family
was -
Shari Burrows to Richard T.' with linen cloth and cen- In finance He was! a mem- Rushees attending were Mrs. I 1,\ .....-.... \. '" wish to express our.heartfelt
Eicher, son of John -. Eicherof tered a with pink a birthday cake decorated ber of Beta Gamma Sigma 'and Harold Davis /and Mrs Wayne '"' '\,' \ '-.. thanks for the many, !)Ipr&yerl
Fort Worth,fTexSs. with clowns. Phi Kappa Phi honor society. Donahoo. Among the guests was \ J' and kindnesses shown, to us
:Miss Burrows will graduate Mrs. Edna Moore assistedIn Ho Is now employed at the first Mrs. J.W. Klncaid, a past honorary ..\"( '+ "..... during the illness,:and home-
from Cll'lJOt3sCoveonMay28. serving. National Bank In Newnan. member of the chapter. going of our husband and fay -
Mr. Eicher Is 'a member of The wedding will be on May ther. XI I II

the: No Security date has Police been. .,set U.S.A.F.for the Griffith Home 22 Newnan.at the Central Baptist ChurchIn Eastern Star NoticeThe ... -I1 -- --------- --
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wedding. Has Open HouseMr. PattersonHartTo Starke chapter Eastern KEITH'S BEAUTY SALON

Farewell: Reception and Mrs. Seth Griffith Wed April 30 Star will have a covered dish 1
celebrated their 40th wedding! supper Saturday night. March
For_ Pierce Family anniversary on Sunday after- 27, at 7 p.m. at the Masonic wr
',, noon with open house at their Miss Marilyn Sue Patterson Hall. The Masons and fami 1 Highway 16 At Heilbronn/ Spring '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce home on Brownlee Road. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It.E. lies are invited to attend. Each .% 1 ?
and family, w'io' moved to Jes- Among those calling duringthe Patterson, and I Kenneth Howard family Is asked to bring a cov-
sup, Ga. Monday, were honoredat party; hours were Mr. and Hart son of Mr. and will Mrs.be ered dish. 1 You're ; t r
L.II. lIart of Palatka, 4
: a goln -away reception Sund Mrs. Donald Griffith and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Underbill, united In marriage on Friday, J OPE' lBO'
,
ty night: after church services

given ing Union by the of tile\dn1t Madison One Train-Street Starke land Sullivan; Mr.,and Mrs.Mrs.Rhoda Cleve-Dam- reception following
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Raley,
Baptist Church In the church pier,
annex. I VMr and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan church annex. 1
Pierce :transferred Theressa; Mrs. Thomas All friends and relatives are
was
tfj-n; / r.jyj Fal* 4n&tarke to Brown, Miss Dorothy Mills and Invited to attend. New ArrivalsSgt. ter. April 4th 2:00 To 5:00 P. M. '!
4bo l store !In Jessup several Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gardner, 1 _
weeks ago.Refreshments. Hampton; Mrs. Thelma Mllll- Angela Epps. daughter of Mr.
were served can, Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Glen and Mrs. Harold Epps, returned COME OUT AND SEE OUR
from a tea table centered withan MUll can. Gainesville; and David Friday after 20 days in Shands
of flow Griffith and Miss Dickey Teaching and Mrs. Stephen E. Til-
arrangement spring Hospital where she
ers. Williams Tampa. underwent ley of Colorado Springs, Colo. tt New
surgery A Facilities
announce the birth of a son, II w
,
Stephen Ashley, on March 20. .
-
F Open My-' thru Thurs. 9 to 6 p.m. Fit., Sot/ 9 to 7 p.m. Open Sunday Afternoon f Paternal\ grandparents are Mr. '
,,;--- WftlMMw. -. im -.. EIMaaJIui..miElBJM JMMBMM raaP r tMPT' and Mrs. W.E. Tilley of Starke. AND NEW ADDITIONS ,

Mr. and Mrs.Durwood Palmer -
Dortch of Waldo announcethe
SPRING FASHION birth of a son, Rance Eric,
on March 19 In Bradford Coun-
SALE OF LOVELY... ty Hospital. _

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'M"" Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrewsand
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'' family attended the funeral
.
Among those attending; the Local admittances to Bradford I ; .., .. of Bryan Lynn in WilUston Sun CHfVNOLET OLDS

CJO Golf Tournament Jacksonville County; Hospital this week .', ..,...\ ...... day afternoon.
over the weekend were Include Mrs. Helen Merser- 1"'" "' ..r.;;, .
Mr. and Mrs Charles Sawyer, eau, Elaine: G.Wiggins,Charles :; ,' \. Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberta, Bryant, Ovid: Thomas, Mn. {:;: :' daughter, Mary Katherine. of /S HIIIJING f)
and John Wether-
Mr. and Mra. Carl John, Mr, ) Frostproof
Emma Harris, Mary Trehern, ",# iI. ,
and Mrs. C.B. TerwUlegar Jr., ", ? w 1 ; ford of Gainesville were week-
Mrs. Helen Well. Dale Under : ..!
Mr. and Mn. Carl Minx, and i. end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
bill Mrs. Mora Klondes .
Mrs. FREE
Mr. ,. 'i W.P. Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. rmR NEESPECIRu'
and Mrs. George Miller. ."
(
Ethel Brantley, Gay Young, and ''' ... .. Jeff Smith. /
.
Mrs. Ants Futch,Starker Johnny .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paver Crtffls and Mrs. Loren f i" ....... ; : 1tii
.
I Smith DeVoe and Miss
Mrs.
and son of Miami were Tuesday Corbett, Lawteys; Dennis Cog- .. .
''' Paulette Arnold wore In Lake- ,
overnight gins. Ralford Richard A.Geer- 4 l'h;
Jerome Johns cottage attCry- ; ( '. land last Tuesday to Thursday
tgens and Mrs. Dorothy En- ,''tti.c and
stal Lake. gleke, Melrose; Mrs. Katherine .:i ;:I::::::::: .J' visiting Mr. Mrs. Frank
r rI Humphries.
McRoberts, Waldo; Mrs. d. r rnY II
Randal R. Chem H will leave Lowell Duke, Florahome; Mrs. -j''. ,... ii
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chasteen
Friday for two years duty; with Tina Sheets, Keystone Heights. ,
I
the Navy Reserve. I of Lake Geneva had a family
dinner for their StiLE
birthday Sunday
Mrs. Able Cohen of Havre
Mrs. Louise Rhodes of Miami de Grace Md. has returned after son Jim Chasteen, and granddaughter -
and Mr. and Mrs. David: three weeks visit with her Connie Chasteen. Also -
Rhodes and daughter of San 1 attending were Mr. and Mrs.
aunt, Mrs. Jessie Chastaln
at
Francisco, Calif were last Lake Bedford. Clark Nobles of Nichols, Ga.,
Wednesday and Thursday guests Miss Patty Mahffey and J. Roy JIM LAWSON.-
of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes Students home during the i Chasteen of Gainesville. J

Mrs. M.W. Furlong and child were week,: Gary between Hamilton semesters Harold, --'" 1'kWrj Sgt. and Mrs. Robert L. Cooper Says Look At This 1967
ren of Valdosta, Ga. spent the Bowen !; and family of Auburn University
Patsy Hitchcock, William a.'u Toyota Pickup It's
Ala. spent Wednesdayto ,
weekend with her mother. Mrs.
Scogglns and Bobby Mar-
V.V. Hazen. The family was ton from FSU( Charlie Howell ZigZagFunColorful Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Very Clean and the One
Joined o n Sunday by Mr. and and Randy Jones from Florida C.L. Cooper.
Mrs. Jimmy Hazen of Gaines Tech University; Leslie Thomas For You.
Mrs. Lois Harden of Okee-
ville. and Reggie Flynn, U.of P.; Is the word ehobee visited Mr. and Mrs. ..

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Segers Jan RItch, Emory University.; for this Jonathan Logan ; .i. W.P. Bartlett last week. The WAS ......". SPEc/AL'

and sons of Camden S.C.,Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Hamilton ployester knit by Bartlett have as guest this /&?
Katie Lee Gentry of Sumter, attended the Queen of Clubs Jonathan Logan from r+ weok Mrs. Agnes Jones of El-
S.C. and Miss Elizabeth Se- Leila' The mutlcolor k ff mlra, N.Y. $
beauty; contest at the Palatka $ 7r5
gers of Columbia University; High School Saturday night zigzag print is In red, '- -;-t .y.-. ..-... ..- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Championand
S.C. weekend of
were guests where Miss Alicia Mulls yellow, white and
for- gray, ,
Glen Champion the
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Gentry. spent
mer Starke resident, was a.Contestant navy blue was modeledby Cool Calotte weekend with Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Henry Godwin.Mrs.Lola In the eemf-ftnale. Vicki Turn.r In the W.B. Thompson In Ocala. The

Johnson Mrs. J.G. Caldwelland Mrs. Mark Junior Women's Spring i family was Joined by Sgt. Billy
Mrs. J.H. Moncrlef were daughter, Janice Hamilton, and Fashion show recently.Mrs. This popular culotte 1 Dean Thompson and SSgt. and
judges at the 4-H Club and A- Tuesday after two returned } skirt of permanent Mrs. John Flanigan and fam- yWALTER ALVAREZ
months visIt
'ily of Patrick AFB. ,
dult Home Division exhibits at with Mr. and Mrs. Jack t press denim and patri-
the Putnam County; Fair In Pal- Hamilton In Madison L.J. Green underwenteye otic r.d. while, and
Heights, Says Look At This 1966
atka Harry Weber underwent -
on Monday. blue surgery
modeled
Va. Spec. 4 Mark Hamilton will I surgery In the University; was by last Tuesday In the Ala- ,
Brownie Troops 370 and 406 graduate from basic duty; with Medical Center on Monday.Mr. Gloria Crews In the chua General Hospital.Mr. 4' j Olds 98 Sedan Fully
the National Guard at Fort Lee, L -VIA Junior Women's annual
enjoyed a skating )party) ; at Lawley Loaded with all Power
V.. Turner
last Thursday afternoon. on April 6. and Mrs. R.V. Spring Fashion Show. and Mrs. C.L. Cooperand
Accompanlng the 25 girls were and Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Bitch The white blouse with I Robert Cooper visited Mrs. Equipment.
Terry Yawn has transferred Thinking Spring were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ada Barber in Alachua
Yawn General
Mrs. T.A. ,Mrs.L.E.Williams its back-in-ttyle long
from
the T.H. Slade at Ocean Reef last
University of West
;
Mrs. E.D. Norman and Florida pointed collar large 'fospltallast Thursday.Mr. .
to U. of F. Monday to Thursday.
Mrs. Ed WaInwr1 1t. Sporting a bright red *U.v.., and long cuffsIs
V'FIi'
and
Mrs. W.
double also George GUIS ? SPEc/RL
knit
polyester Mrs. Clyde Sinclair visited permanent press. Brown were weekend guestsof
i lump suit, Gayle Hat her sister, Mrs. N.K. Hurst, Gloria's outfit is from Mr. and Mrs. L.M. StonerIn "
cher seems to be thinking In Homosassa over the weekend Carp's. ] Ocala.

KOCHQt. spring with this $7'395flP
story freth easy care Rev. and Mrs. R.D. Burch
washable delight. Modeled Mrs. Guy Sale spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis of I and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews
In the Junior Wo end with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Okeechobee were guests last attended the 68th annual banquet -
GUllngham In Tampa while Mr. week of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff I! of the Children's Home
Club's
man recent Sale attended a convention In Smith. :Society: ; at the Sheraton HotelIn i
Holiday Limit 1 ONLY Spring Fashion Show, St. Petersburg. 'I Jacksonville ]last Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones
THERMOS BRAND BOTTLE 1.77 Gayle's outfit It worn attended the funeral of Walter I night, where Gov. Reubln Askew ESTON JORDAN s'
with a popular white Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner and was speaker.
Green In Callahan
13 floppy hat and whit.pot.nt daughter of Greenwood, S.C. on Sunday. Says Look At
oz. Aqua Limit 2 ONLY This One V
will be weekend guests of Mrs.
NET HAIR. SPRAY - 59c out Is from sandals.Eagle The- L.D. Vining. Mrs. Vlnlng had of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. A.B.were Woodham Sunday and Mr daughter and Mrs.spent Johnny Saturday Barrett 1970 Dodge Dart 6 cyl., '

Re ular or Hard to Hold 0.Van.. as Saturday visitors Mr. and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell evening with his parents, Mr. Auto. Trans.
Hill of Dublin Ga. and
Mrs. T.W. ,
Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Ii. ;and Mrs. E.O. Barrett at Big a one
NEW REVLON Limit 2 Reg. 2.75 A, Lawson. Bass Lake near Leesburg on owner "CLEAN" ..-
I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crawford t the E.O. Barretts 40th
wedding
COLOR GLEAM SHAMPOO 99c The Methodist Women's So- and children have movedto
day school class had a dinner Providence. Mr. an d Mrs. Drury Wood anniversary and Mrs. E.O. 1L

1 1 Reg. 79c Stuarthall Limit 2 party; Monday night at the Hale of Atlanta and Glenville. N.C., Barrett's birthday.
Kal Kal Restaurant In Jacksonville were first of the week guestsof
Dr. and Mrs. McRae '
WHITE STATIONERY 25c Barney '
LINEN Misses
Marilyn
Bollingerand
honoring the birth- Sen and Mrs.Charley Johns. US :7lSPG'CIIJJ.9
day of Mrs. F.W. Stricklandand Jr. and sons of Lake City; were r Diane Stokes of Samford University
109 Ban Limit 2 ONLY Sunday evening dlnnerguestaofMr Birmingham, Ala.
Mrs. Rex Anderson The Mrs. John Clover has re-
ROLL-ON DEODORANT - 49c class presented personal gifts and Mrs. McRae Sr. turned after a week in MInnea- f Mrs.spent H.G.the weekend Dolllnger.with Dr. and $ a'//95

to the honorees. Mrs. Randall P. Chlsm and polls, Minn.

sons, Randall and Robin, were .
BatteriesFLASHLIGHT.only99c Mrs William E. Pinchbeck In Rockledge visiting Mrs.Chlsm's Jim David of Detroit Mich
Gullford. Conn. is visiting he. son-in-law and daughter was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Band WinsSuperior
son-in-law and daughter, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Herb John- Johns. the first of the
Re New Vote Limit 2
1.09
? week.
and Mrs. D.T. Farabea, for son over the weekend. Mrs.
TOOTH PASTE---only----79c three weeks. Chlsm attended a surprise DICK DONLEY
Mrs. W.F. Merlons and sis- -
shower honoring her daughteron
Economy Size ter, Mrs. Corine Purvis of
I Mr. and Mrs.T.H.Slade have Saturday. Gainesville, spent last Wednesday In District Says Look At This 1970 .
I KOCH DRUG returned after four weeks at W/O and Mrs. Jim Stroud and to Saturday with Mrs.Addle
Ocean Reef. son of Fort Story Virginia Wheeler in Orlando. I- Cub Low Boy Only A-

"Prescription Department"Your Beach, Va. have moved to their Bradford's High School band bout 12 Hrs. of Opera-
Gene Leboof Knoxville,Term. trailer on SR 16 where Mrs. Don Hardy has had as visitors -
1 won a superior rating at the
Health our Main Concern was the weekend guest of Mr. Stroud and son will live while I.L. Balcham of Morris, ]District 3 contest March 20 In tion Time also complete
and Mrs. R.V. Turner. Mr. Stroud is station in Viet- Ga. from Wednesday to Sundayand I Gainesville.This .
Tom Venal I of Miami with
mower.
nam for a year. rating qualifies the Band
-' from Friday to Tuesday.Mr. .
I to compete In the State Contest -
1 May 6-8 in Panama City.;
.
and Mrs. Herbert
.
Twenty bands participated Inthe
r.----- Thomas of East and Palatka Mrs.Kathleen were week-Goethe 1 District Contest. Of these, MM.S /R. SfECIAL"SfL.
c only 5 won superior ratings. |
end guests of Mrs. Charles:

) Fowler the in Winter Arts Park, and attended .- I In]Bands these are contests.rated from A superior A-to-K | ; rS2 $ a / .
Festival
I rating Is equal to an A. I
= Accompanlng the band to the
EASTER 1 1pYUncj Mrs. Kate Fruin of Mobile, State; Contest, will be SandI j
Ala. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Morgan, a BUS sophomore.
c'
Vergle Flynn this week.
Sandl; I won a superior rating ALSO
..... .' at. the District 3 Solo and Ensemble -
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison
_!O" contest, for baton: twlr-
.
_._., visited
her mother, Mrs. R.T. I ling. LOOK AT THESE
Hlpps, In Waycross, Ga. over Sandl daughter of Mr. and

the weekend. Mrs. Leaton Morgan Jr., playsa 1966 NOVA .
flute in the band - $995.00
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford I as well
of Taveres weekend as being a majorette.
Sa e of Mr. and were Mrs. L.C.guests Early, 1968 AMERICAN $1095.00

1967 SS IMPALA
- $1595.00
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1969 PLYMOUTH
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APRIL 34AN 1971 DUSTER - $2495.00


1968 CAMARO 1695.00
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1967 LTD FORD $695.00 as is





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Suits Q
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Slips rSo: Saturday, March 26, 1971

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customers and business otto d.
"h : JI elates a cordial' invitation tovlsi
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the> many Items on sole' 1 ,
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:B Building Supply and .. the many new lines wehavo ''"H ;
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w", ." ,, __ ,..: ,' ..!. ,.. -: .t',;" MARC JACK SON
W. would like to express our sincere thanks for thewonderful
; patronage you havo given us in tho past.It .
I- PEDDLERS HOME CENTER .1 Is our dosiro to supply quality building material',
Oct., the best the market affords, plus 'low prices
SALES. OFFICE N. CHERRY STREET t.\\tt4; ", w4.i 1't'- ;14 and.Fast,!,Fast service* (Marc Jackson) .

"PRE-FINISHED r United For Service, Quality And Value OUR

MQLDINGSJDOJ North Cherry StreetBehind CadillacPhone 964-6078 ABITIBI .

....I;............;,.,,.;o,..'.....}....'...,........... ,.. DON'T ..,.........................,..:.....1.:.....:)''............'. .,.. FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE .

J"I,. t..,....................MISS................OUR...............:.: : 1. WILL BE IN OUR STORE i '
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I Itu TO FILL YOU IN ON ALL THE

DETAILS AND HELP YOU PICK

OUT THE BEST PANEL FOR
l.I.. Z YOUR ROOM.

ABITIBI PANEL

f'O/ACE SALE . AMESJVE SPECIALREG.


REG. LOW O PRICE Friday, Mar 26 Thru Wed ,' March 31 51,10TUBE NOW 9



.! .:!"! I In.-ti ... OPEN ALL DAY EVERY SATURDAY Treated Furring 1x2 Strips

l\r\ I ''d'I t { ,\\t. Beautiful Abitibi Paneling Sale Priced 33 RED 8' Lengths ONIY 27<_ ;, .:'


}} i I4! \ I \ i i1 r from $6.95 4'x8' Sheet Tile Bird

t ,I Ii1kU Washable :4 C8'
''I'II Fade Resistant : ;,
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I I Mar & Stain Resistant Flame Resistant
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III Return with us to the thrilling low prices of yesterment and still stays new 'looking. .J"J :
a 5I.\ year Hickory. .,.Cherry come ,In Oak and, see Chestnut the beautiful, Walnut.put Pecan-onsi!, What warmth an of opportunity wood paneling to add to the your classic' home.charm And and this .,..; ..-!,..a.0'r- ....... ;:t: ... ,}-.
Maple life-like beauty: the 'luxury of exotic) low cost Investment Increases your home's value ,." ,0" = f
woods at a fraction of what the real thing costs now and for years to come. Don't wait! Take ad- 'IJ'/ _- .
Better, too, because every Abitibi panel is provantage of this once-ln-a-lifetime opportunity dur- .'- ; ,;
tected with a finish that takes a heap o' punish- ing our great wagonload salel) --
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MOBILE: SUPPLY

PAINTS Anniversar Sale


For The Big Event On Fri. And Sat. We Are Cutting)
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! OUR MOBILE PAINT REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE AT OUR
All Paint Brushes Rollers Scrapers .91 fI?
STORE FRIDAY MARCH 26 FROM 1Q30 A.M. TO 3 P.M. TO "

f i I ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE ON YOUR PAINTING I 200/ Off Our Reg. Low P w cesrff; ,rW" :
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"oor/Deck Ena"" ,
Jb*_*House.Po t' House Paint 9"Roller & Tray Set
.. .,, .... .. I .WW MMtMf. REG.$1.95

.. .. .. Sale Priced At ..99$ :
COOL OBliM w* -
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REG. $8.03 2001 REG. REG.$9.00 GAL. REG.$9.23 GAL. Register For Free

Raa.r ;3.99 $ OFF $1.86 SALE SALE DOOR! ; PRIZESDrink "

.J MOBILE otn.rpu.Gfp 5.46' !' PA PER Product INT 699 REG. LOW PRICES $129| $6' 9 9 $6 99 Free

MFG.CO.. NC. PRICES GOOD THROUGH MARCH 31, 1971 PEPSI-THAT IS!


CEILING TILE SM'All PI/Jell All! Garden Tools AND ALL IN DOORS STOCK

f fI J Wheel INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR
20 % OFF Patterns In Stock TffffIS If I (f? BarrowsGOOD

GOOD THRU MAR.31, 1971 15% OFF

TRAILER LOAD. SPECIALLY I PRICED(\ MAR.THRU
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h 12" x 12.Economy White Tile :' Damaged Flush DoorsFRI
c .I'I1':':> Tile Board Scored
; & SAT., MAR. 26 & 27 ONLY :
., "*\. While It Lasts Rough Back. $4.95 ONLY $295 EACH
REG 15c GOOD FRI. & SAT Smooth Back $6.95
WHILE THEY LAST
SQ. FT. w Sal I 10j 1 SQ' FT' ONLY MAR. 26-27
Quality Graded PlywoodIN
NO. 7301
FLOORTILE Flintkote Fed Stick 71/4" B&D TIMESAVING 4'x8'SHEETS' Cash And Carry Trig i:-r Load Sale

Circular: Saw All ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
REG. 38c SQ. FT. I
GOOD THRU MAR. 31, 1971 S a I e. Price 34 $:3.;5 19.99 ;..* SANDED SHEETING
---------------------------------------- '/. PLYWOOD PLYWOOD

Special Series Floor Tile No. U-131 1/4" A.D. INTERIOR .$3.98 3/8" C.D.X. ---. $3.29
f) ,
Sale, 71-4" B&D 1/4" A.C. EXTERIOR.... $4.28 1/2"/ C.D.X. $4.19
Truck Load While
It Lasts
5/8" C.D.X. -- $5.19
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Circular Saw 3/8" A.C. EXTERIOR. $5.58
12" 'X12"' TILE ....
11-4"H. P. 1/2" A.C. EXTERIOR $7.18
I $6,99
45SQ. FT. TO BOX Sale
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REG. $8.95 BOX $3495Good 51.8" A.C. EXTERIOR $8.28
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FRI. &SAT.. MAR. 26&27 ONLY 539ReQ. 3/4" A.C. EXTERIOR....$9.28
Thru Mar. 31, 1971
FORMICA FORMICA Sale ,Ends March 31, 1971

10%Off Reg. low Price DISCONTINUED PATTERNS. WHILE THEY LAST 4 PatternsPANELING Standard Hard Board !/8"x4'x8'Sheet $1.95
THIS FRI. &SAT. ONLY .
ON STOCK ITEMS THRU MARCH 31, 1971 2'9" SQ..FT. Standard Hard Board -1/4>>1 W- Sheet $3.25


tABP"ErI'WHILE; $ 4' x8'89 Plastic Corrugated Panels
WHITE2x8'
Enjoy IT LASTS 2
Saving CLOSE; OUT SHEET $2. 25 Each GREEN

'I thru Mar.31,1971
7 Rolls Latest Look Plush Carpet 4 xS'Channel! Grove Hardboard Siding

WHILE THEY LAST PRIME
DOA 9 x 12 ROOM USED PRESSED $ 92
Sale 7
ONLY -
$395
FOR ONLY $47.40 GOOD SHAPE COATED SHEET
SQ.YD.
MARCH 26& 27 ONLy KHAN
--------------------------- SHORT SLEEVE Men's Work Boots Sizes 12 Up Pair $6.95WHILE

CARPET SHEET ROCK SHIRTSYOU THEY LAST
PICK'EM
yfk.AIJ> L''" SiIII AlII c.-s 3.8"x4'x8'
MARCH 26 AND 27 .FRIDAY $1.69 Sheet $1.25 EACHOR

AND SATURDAY ONLY 1.2" x 4' x 8'

Big Savings Sale Priced $$1.99 SheetI $10.00 DOZ

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Questions' Motqultos Don't Q R" Federal Medical Programs Spur Growth in Health Cost 1IIIBm"-r-fff, U ':;IWbmt

;: and Prefer Blonds are barriers to improved

Scientists have recently Medicare and medicaid government paid 28 per cent total economy, these proand promoting a health main medicaid has been almost enhealth care," according to the
discovered that mosquitos have disappointed almost of the costs. grams are also beset by adtenance Industry that is tirely on institutional care NAM, "and government
definitely do prefer dark skin ministrative and management largely self-regulating. of the sick rather than on should encourage the removal
to light-when looking for a everyone in the five years Thesefiguresshowhowthe problems resulting from legislation The debate in Congress to preventive medicine and of these barriers.''' '' .
bite. The little rascals go for since they were approved by enactment of medicare and which was enacted in Improve Federal financing of maintenance of health. "In summary"'Uie Association .
humans with relatively high Congress,the according National to a new medicaid has influenced the haste,without adequate planhealth care will center on "The development of alternative said, "nat/onal/ policy :14 :
Association
skin temperature, who are in study by of Manufacturers.In health costs of the entire ning and analysis, and which four alternatives: expanding systems should be should give maximum encouragement
fine health and perspire mod- population, according to the imposed complex problems national health insurance, encouraged and their results to the ,private)
Q. My husband, who In erately. 1965/ the Federal gov- NAM. "Vast new demands and systems for reimburse- providing more insurance for evaluated and publicized,"the health and insurance': Indus-
53, and our two sons operated Individuals who are highly ernment paid 13 per cent of were created for medical ment," the NAM said. health "cataatrophies inNAM study said. tries to develop incentive-ori
our farm until 6 active, wear perfumes or total national health expenditures services without any real un' creasing tax credits for private "There are some laws ented methods of health '
month ago, when my husband after-shaving lotions and of$38.9 billion. In 1969, derstanding of the now consider health insurance, and and practices such as theprohibition maintenance, care and. delivery ."
'
suffered a severe wear dark clothing completethe the latest year in which figures the supply of health care serving where sto go from here. providing federal subsidies of group practice, designed Jtq; provide -'
stroke. He ,fot',mow completely picture of the insect's were available, total ices," the study said. The choice is between reliance for purchase of health {insurance unwillingness to license better and more comprehen"In
paralyzed and can delight. health to by low-income families. paramedical and health servjcas andSlade's '.
expenditures rose continued increased 'Bonthat
on or
not even speak. My sons Actually there is no poison $60.3 billion and the Federal "In addition to their I i impact Federal intervention The NAM points out that insurance itslizationwhich bring costs undercontrol
still operate the farm and in a mosquito bite. The temale's on spending I and the the emphasis of medicare and courage p without sacrificing'quality., "

that their father .. ... .. ..
insist :
saliva, which is in- - -- - --- - - - -- -- -
should receive the net pro jected beneath your skin to -
fits. If my husband takes help her digest your drop of
these profits, will he still blood, contains a protein
be entitled to 'monthly social which is. foreign to your body.

benefits seeurltdlaabllity'! As a result an antibody.your body When produces : Tit U O K LO A ,

A Yes. To receive these substances unite, hista-
monthly social"security disability mine Is liberated. So it is the
benefits, your husband histamine from your own
must be unable to engage body that raises the bump
in !substantial gainful and causes your akin to itch.
activity in the'operation of +
the farm. The income he receives S OE

does not affect hit "
eligibility for disability Solution Cited o

benefits. Call any social For Barnacles IIY.
security office for help in
applying for disability benefits "Bottom-fouling" has beena
mariner's boat problem for
centuries. Hull-adhering barnacles

other marine growths,
and corrosion damage have Huge capacity-
Q. I have a friend who
created costly problems of
In under 65, ,ands; she gets boat hull maintenance.Now .
help her doctor bills and
on
of her' the copper and brass no defrosting ever! 16'FREEZER .
even some prescription industry, in cooperation with ;.
drug expenses.: la this International Nickel, is pro '..
possible. !>> under Medicare? viding one solution with the 552 LBS, ::
A. No Your friend may introduction of a unique cop- I
be getting help under Medicaid per-nickel-hulled shrimp boat PI ,

This program does The Copper Mariner is a 6 FREEZER. :
help people judder 65 and, 67-foot shrimp trawler, featuring ---L / 17.6 cur ft. ".-

in Home States, pays for a hull of 90 per cent No FrostRefrigerator.Freezer SURFACES a
prescribed 'drugs, eyeglasses copper and 10 per cent nickel.
and .other Items The prototype boat is the i *1 .
not covered'., \under Medicare.fedica'rd'helps nucleus of a four-year test .. Giant freezer holds up .' FOR FAST
: certain program to demonstrate to it ..
needy nnd low-income marine operators the overall to 165 lbs .
peorrte and cnn vary from savings resulting from usinga 1 .. Jet. Freeze icecompartment FREEZE L.!
State to Stnte Qn the other -
copper-nickel alloy as hull :
freezes ice
hand. :MeiHcaretiis', it Federal material. OHLY;
program for people 65 The vessel will be operated u extra fast r '> ,

or over. There are two under a test program as a .. Rolls out on wheelsS299 E 'i'iA"U"An'
parts to :Uedlclll'hospltal\ part of a commercial fishing .I
insurance and voluntary fleet of shrimp trawlers basedat
: San Juan del Sur, Nica 11
11ry' 1/ }A $1
coverages : : \ ragua. tl1 W

(I.. uniform throughout the y, .
Nation. I .. a .'
Automatic Icemaker available :
4 '.
WOMEN'S!\ WHIRL
Q. I own a small grocery (optional at extra cost), "'.
Model TBF-18SL Add now or later.
store and
my 17yearoldson .'
Car Care Now
works for me after .'
school and on Saturdays. I Could Prevent ::

pay him $20 a week. Must I Side By Side! Refrigerator Freezer Famiiysized Washer with
report his earnings.. to' social Trouble Later .,.
.
security? -. ., ..
A Xo. A child under 21 by !MARY LEE
who "works for one 'ot his Permanent Press Cycle .i t
Want to win a bet? Well, : .
is
parents not consideredan :
it's almost a sure thing: that .'
for social
employee security -
your car-or the family'swill ,.
purposes. have some sort of break :
down within the next year. FILTER-FLO ;-

WISH I'D.SA'DTHAT What's more, statistically

"- speaking, it probably will be I WASHER ,' :
your fault i 21 Cu. Ft. No FrostRefrigeratorFreezer -=: rte

At least, thon are the facts .1

projected by the American Filler-Flo wash :

Automobil Association They .-- System ,.I"'I .-';
'
Car' were based on the experience .. Adjustable shelves 3 water-level ;.p. ., ;:r
of thousands of service truck .. selections .:
sickness is the feelingyou Rolls; out on wheels .t .1 .
get every 'month when operators who provided emer- .. Automatic icemaker available 3 wash, 2 rinsetemperatures './*'0 :.
the payment falls due.-Lee gency road service for over i 1';
81-rmllioncalls in 1969.That's (optional at > Porcelain enamel ft!
R. Call, Star Valley (Wyo.)
and
basket
Independent.You quite impressive when you ,- extra cost) top .:
consider that there are only p \ .. Also availablein 15, 19, .>. Permanent tub,1 Preuf' '

have become a mature 86 Vi million cars registeredin ( 22 & 24 cu: ft, sizes Cycle with
person when keeping a secret the country. "Cooldown"LOW
gives you more satisfaction What were the reasons?

than passing it on.- Electrical and ignition trouble =i
Roland Doroff, Sauk Rapids accounted for 42 percent;
(Minn.) Herald fuel system problems for 4 4 I LOW :
) 188
,
jfiff
percent, and another 4 per-
ti:
_ _
cent just plain ran out of gas. PRICE
Courtship is when a man Seems pretty silly, doesn't it,
spoons but marriage is when when that 50 percent could .,..- wet. \ WWASO&OO.
he forks
ovef.James E. ,
have been avoided with adequate -
Patterson, The Big Sandy .
maintenance. .
and Hawkins :;,
(Text.) Journal.
Of
,
course you are always
Nobody is sicker}than the careful about such things. Automatic Chef Level ComfortNo I
Range Magic Eye Cooking Clean
Continuous
man who is sick.,on his day But how about the other 20 .
off.-Joe Morrison, The percent who got stuck in the _
Texas (DicKens( "County) snow, mud or sand? Or the U .'
Spur. 18 percent who had tire prob-- o ; 30"0R36"PORCELAIN __ ii ; 30" or 36"
l lems? Or the group who had ,- A t4b Bending or
: brake trouble? Some people INSIDE Stooping in RANGECleans

locked themselves out of their m -1.o AND OUT 4 Eye-level Oven
car. or their children in Itself ;;
k
and couldn't find the keys.
One woman couldn't &,ether ,rr ; LifeTimeGuarantee 'TOTAL t" while you cook. r

cat out from under the On AUTOMATIC Come in and let

hood because she had never Burners us show,you! r
opened the hood and didn't .
,
Saves Hours
know how. Those few .r
r are a
of the emergencies that fall Lift Up Top -- of messy cleaning ''

AMau. under the "all others" classi -
v r r" Choice of Colors "" ro FROM
fication. -= CHOICE OF :
.. So, give yourself a break .. -
Y tom--,.1t j ONLw COLORS ::
this year.Talk to your serviceman
,
E. first about a fall checkup
,and then maybe you won't ONLY 2r ,:
-w... have to call the emergency repair t t299
later !51 ,

Abort .
n. Qtustlaai '

88.t ,.;;1 'ITCaI7 249 .w
"The "t'
new package.RETAIL'broad STORE form POLICY w.t. :

coverage on the building business Destructive fires took a toll :."
.
of an estimated 12,100 lives ,
. personal property; and MAOIC ,.
Improvements and betterments. rand $2.44 billion in property L." ,.
, I hear. U (Ms package policy in the United States in 1969. '" ';.
available from
Charley E. --
John Agency to both building



I .JOHNS owners Charley and tenants AGENCY EL. 'flU66March tot ''Slade Gas And Appliances S32W::=> ,, : T. jt j::.



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he contest is sponsored again -
Y this by the Stark that ran into the road onto nam's '69 Plymouth when the
Fair. Junior Woman's year Club under the Dumping. 5 Hurt SR-18 one mile west of Gra latter made a right: turn off the !I
direction of Mrs Jane Watson. ham. highway. Each of the vehicles
Fair membershlpe are on Lacy Norman's 1971 Chev received $400 damage.
(Con't from Page 1)) sale at the Chamber of Com. (Confd On Pg. 7)) In Car pickup sustained $1,000 dam- Sunday afternoon,' March 14,
merce office for $2 each, good age when he had pulled partly a '66 Dodge driven,by Jessie 0
Gainesville, Rep., Gene Shaw for the entire fair. Children'sride Five landfills are maintainedby onto the pavement of SR-125 Roy Hllllard of VaUtka received .'
of Starke and Rep. Wayne Hol- .hJ9 ticket are being sold in the county, at Starke, Law- WrecksFive from his private drive, and $600 damage'to: the left ::
llngsworth' of Lake City,Director the Chamber office, as well as tey, Keystone Heights Hampton was struck by Myrtlce Ellssa front when he made a left turn '.:
of the State Farmer' Markets local schools, for 10 cents each. and Brooker, and plans Padgett of Lawtey. The accident In the path of Clyde A. Johns ;0"
V.O. Whittle, and Director They will be good all four days are to set up>> one on SR-229 1 occurred Wednesday afternoon of Starke. Johns' '69 Dodge had
of the Cooperative Extension of the fair.Friday (Brownlee Road) near RaIford. persons received minor two miles westof Law- $1000 damage, and Hllllard and I
Service Joe Busby, and Is also children'day Y Injuries in five automobile accidents tey.On his passenger received' minor I
Strawberry: /Queen Mary Ann at the fair. School will' be clos- Commissioners have also 1 In Bradford County dur- US-301 six miles north of bruises. I
Barton. .. ed for a teacher's planning day been investigating to finance b ing the past week in which 19 Starke Tuesday morning William II
ways
Gov. Reubln Askew mat Invited which will allow all school chil- a $95,000 solid-waste + F'GI.nda vehicles were Involved,accordIng Harris of Starke hit the I
to the fair, but hat sent ren to attend the Fair free during disposal system for the county to the Florida Highway Patrol rear of Willo Dempsey Put
Ms regrets due\ to prior com admission from noon until ; that would take waste from station here. I
mltments which' his letter said six p.m. pickup stations around the county -L___. None of the five persons Injured -
could not be broken. New sidewalks have recently to central dump to be Sara Reynolds, Janice 1/1/ i
one
Opening day attractions also been built in the midway a- compacted and covered. The McIntosh Johns, Lari Johns, Beatrice, New Location
Include the ,poultry Judging rea and, if It rains, could save system Is estimated to cost an or Thelmas B. Johns was admitted
Wednesday morning and the +. even more muddy feet. The additional $40,000 a year to o- to Bradford County Hos
judging of all-animals In the fairgrounds area was paved for perate. Science pita I. r
annual Livestock Show Wednesday last year's fair. Three cars were in an accident r+ V y,
night. About 40 head of live Debris from the recent fire Fear. on SR-100 2.4 miles I''
With pollution an Issue very: south of Starke at IfM AP
stock are expected to be Included which demolished the farmer'smarket Saturday
:this year plus a Texas Long- is being removed this much In the public eye, more 5:05: p.m. Joseph Kerrigan of
horn Steer. the: livestock show week by state prison Inmates. stringent laws are being passed (From Pag 1)) Keystone Heights, traveling
should have 'more variety than The area will be cleared and a concerning garbage disposaland south, turned left into the path
ever before,' says Assistant magnet will be used to take up sewage, and county officials Scanlon determined of a '03 Buick driven by Edward -
tenetic malfunction. -
County Agent 'Bobby Taylor. all nails and metal objects pri- are working to keep ahea the done to Scott of Lake City Scott
Also to be Judged Wednesdaywill or to the fair, says President of state and federal requirement damage swerved and slowed to miss
be both'-,tho Junior and Frank Williams. *. Florida Air and Water cells by carclnogins, a cancer Kerrigan, but was hit from the
Senior Divisions of home products JS.Sut'' Yr i7C 1 The fair will open at noon Pollution Control Board has causing agent rear by Thelma B. Johns in a
farm products, arts and -- each day and the ticket office Investigated the effect of landfill Jimmy Andrews, 11, studiedthe '68 Olds sedan. Damage to the
crafts. There will also !be the Mill America, Phyllis will close at 9:30 each night. operations In low-lying a- anatomical effects of DDT Johns and Scott cars amounted r
reas in the county.LaveH., on the mammalian vertebral to$1,500. i
usual competition between the at
George, to appear
fair exhibitors, with awardsto column of mice. He noted loss The day before, at 12:30 a.m.
be presented In three divisions Fair Wednesday of hair and abscence of cal- March 19, a 1970 Opel sedan s .r ..N.
cium In the bone, but couldn'tbe
driven by Thomas Benjamin '
: commercial Junior education +
and senior education. eral hours for a leisurely tour --_.._- certain it was caused by Wallace of Hampton hit a deer .w
No special ,attractions are of the exhibits and livestock. DDT.

planned Thursday, April 1, but Friday, April 2, a local talent HJaUnar student McMillan, conditioned freshman _._. "-.-_h -.---. .-
zoology
the midway?l wlU be open and show Is scheduled under earthworms to turn right or left
visitors view the animals ,
may
on',display and the exhibits in the direction of Richard Jock- i : s by shocking.them with electricity -
el, principal of Bradford Middle or rewarding 'them with
the four fair buildings. Fair
School. (Con't from Page 1))
officials It will take sev- food.Mike .
say White, 11, did a detailed ""' .,
"""V''
of the effects of Tetracycline CARROLL'S CLOTHING
study
Saturday, April 3, Is another A teen dance Is already of antibiotics ;' t
big day at the fair. The annual planned for April 8 along with a group mice. M
the of Immature
FOR SALE horse frolics is set at 2.30: more car washes and bake sales on ones fluorescence
Using a drug Induced AND SHOES
p.m. under sponsorship of the also In the making, Mrs. Nel- White was able to detect 1

Convenient Location Bradford Roping Club. son says. differences in bones with an ultraviolet ,'.'N,
An annual highlight of the Mrs. Lovell now has energy light source. 'L,. 118 West Call Street
fair, the Strawberry Queen only to walk from the carport .
Donna Nelson, sophomore zoology -
6 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Beauty Pageant, is set at 8" Into the house, and can take successful
'- p.m. Saturday night In the show only a few steps before becoming student, was of Sia- March
In stopping the tendence Coming 25 26 27
4 Lots arena. A capacity crowd Is expected :..d exhausted, her husband mese fighting fish to fight by : ,
to see 26 ladles Her condition has 4
young says. wor- giving them the female hormone : ,
606W. Madison St. from Baker Bradford, Clay, sened greatly In the past year
Putnam, and Unlor Countiesfor Debbie Gay and doctors decided three _Becky estrogen.Hutchins, middle -"<<"t. i_-- Great Stock Reducing Sale
Phone 964-5461 the berry: queen title now months ago that a kidney trans
held by Miss Mary: Ann.Barton plant was necessary.The school student, fed chickensa
j '2T. 3-25 of Lilly Lake near Keystone team of five doctors atthe fat soluble dye In capsulesand Donna Dowling Must Go!
Heights. and Jacksonville. UF medical center did 14 noted the color of the yolks.
kidney transplants last year, She demonstrated the body of
.. a chicken discharges substances Or O/ OFF On All Merchandise
Lovell said. Doctors have given
.... -at
-..
it cannot utilize Into eggs. J&SBarB.QuePit *-* /0
-V H r- fl SHSBB no date for operation yet. From 5 To $10
Donate Neel, middle school
They are still running tests on
Mrs. Barton, the donor, who student, demonstrated there Is
{t's That Time Again sufficient acid In cigarette Your Hosts 40 DOFF On All MerchandiseD
has been found the most compatible smoke to harm the body.
REIDIS
JOHN & SAKAII
member of the Ward Neel compiled statistics the Over $10 Purchase Price
? family for the transplant. Federal> government doesn't NOW OPEN
Witt You Be Getting Yours Meanwhile, Mrs Lovell goes have by using pH Indicators to DAR. .QUE
to Gainesville every: Wednes- denote how much acid Is con- Is Our Business
day and spends eight hourson tained In different brands of Hits. 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
one of four kidney dialysis cigarettes. Acids can be used The Finest Pit in Fla Clothing & Shoes
machines at the medical center to cause mutations In cell di-
On a machine at the same vision. Call 782-3717 For TakeOut
time as Mrs. Lovell is teen- Counties included In Region Orders
ager Karen Roberson of Jacksonville 4 are Baker, Bradford Columbia Lc'cated; On 301 For Entire Family

who also must havea Dixie, Gllchrist, Hamilton, Lawtey, Fla.)
.... transplant and has been the Lafayette, Suwannee, and Un I
ion.

subject of a funds drive by Jacksonville r--------------------- .- ----- -- -- -- -- ,
: Lw4AYwzc1 firemen.
There are four dialysis ma- I
_
chines at the med center and .
one at Riverside Hospital In '
Jacksonville, Lovell says, but i STARKE I&CENTER i
doctors could use twice that II
many. They are forced to turn
people away, which means they r
are sent home to die. :
"It's almost impossible to .: 120 COURT ST. ACROSS

get on a machine,"Lovell says. I STARKE OLD COURTHOUSE I

I KATHLEENjStJIARRY COLLIER OWNERS I


Berries : _r11 .v. :

I I
S3feHTO
3 Weeks 1I I


From : THE STARKE PET SHOP :


: For all our Low Prices you can't afford not to Stop 1

PeakingBradford I for all your EASTER PETS AND SUPPLIES II

I



B' still three weeks strawberries away from are : EASTER CHICKS I

: full production, according to .,
: 1 word from the Farmer's Mar- ". wt I
( ket at Lawtey yesterday, but : i 19t each ,, I
early prices have been good.
The grower-shipping combine I Itb
of Morris Carter and L.M.Nor- I % 1
man bought most of the 10.000 ti. '
flats of berries which were I '; MIXED RHODE ISLAND REDS I
'
shipped from the Lawtey mar- I
,: .,1. ket March 16-24.
AND "
I WHITE ROCKS 1
Carter said at noon Wednes-

',' day he had shipped over 7,000 EASTER
flats lie sent four trucks north

during the past week. One Sat- 49 .
urday carried 2,016 flats and : BUNNIES each :
another this week left with 1,560 I :
1 t.
: fia ts. -::
:/ ,
Carter said he Is paying an I 1.49 r
average of$3.30 cents for Florida I .
Nineties and $3.85 for the
new Sequoia fruit being grown II each
here for the first time In quan- LIVEEASTER II
tity. The Carter-Norman group I
has bought most of the Brad- I

ford Co-op's berries so far, ; DUCKLINGS :
Carter said. Butanotherbuyer, n. :
Will Close At 12 Noon
Federal
First David Browning, is selling

Friday, March 26th To Facilitate some Jacksonville.He of the co-op's. berriesin : $129 1 :

: paid over $4 per flat I I

,Posting First Quarter Earnings. On for the bought first last Sequoia week.berrieshe Carter I ]? each I

said he has not paid less than c I
Savings Investments. $3,25 for Nineties or less than I
$3.75 for Sequoias.Of .
ow*m'a4rnd.re.' the 10,000 flats shipped 1 I

_UNliU..-.l...wlf.. from Bradford County this 11 I I
....to StJS,aCl.d week Carter estimates he has '
.....r. shipped over 7,000 flats. He r I.
ASSOCIATIONDon't shipped 840 flats last Tuesday Kz''
e SAVINGSLOAN 2,400 flats Saturday 1,350 : 50% OFF .,; :
r 4tiuik flats Monday, 860 flats Tuesday -

..... _._ #' and was loading 2,600 flatsin I "ALL GLASS I
--_ t two loads.

and The the freeze cool several weather weeks In ago the : GAL. AQUARIUM On All Record Albums' y"' :

past week is holding back the
:59810
Forget Lucille Lovell Day peak hl.the berry crop Car I Tapes And Cassetfs '- i
5 YEAR
ter oGrowers ,
.
Saturday, March 26, 1971 are still scrapping E UARANTEE !I While They Last I

and selling berries locally ,
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Bradford Families: Spend $28 f NEW B KSAtTbIib-; : ; ; 'I j Great Spaghetti.. r LESTER JOHNS ROAD- 4., Sl


Weekly-, For. Food, Surrey- Says- I Simplified I ._ BY MRX A.B.WHTTEHEADSR.:Vj;

JUVENILE FICTION Forward (Phlibrookj; Stop That MISSIONARY RETURNS John i Strick
and Mr.*.
Bradford County Rev .
How much do those In BI'JdfordCounty'; average Paul Knott).
Come By Here (Coolidge); Gall Reddish, our missionary land enjoyed a kip;to Miami
; families spend per week for Income class, approximately : Plays Third (Knott): The The Italian call it "Spaghetti con le Von COle". A savory to Peru left Stark Monday through Wednesday.Mrs. .
food? How much'tor housing, $8,700 per year in net Uproar Orgel); Johnny Lions puKhi-ttl, dish saucpcl with a rich tomato-clnm combo and morning to return to her Monday Strickland's were
medical care. clothing and the disposable Income, calls for spiced with garlic, cheese, and olive oil. It takes parents
Bad Day (Kurd); I Once KnowA JUVENILE NON-FICTION a knowing home In Peru, where she has her over'the weekend.
like? some 31 per cent of It to be Man ( ) JennIver' hand, eon dl'nt in snuce-makinff to produce this delicacy. It worked and labored for many visiting
Brandenberg Kids Cooking (Paul) The
larger or ; ; also taken time, patience, and Hugh HuUon's parents were
practice
Are their outlays allotted for food, 28 per cent Rabbit (Paxton) SatchkliPatchkln all of which busy We will miss, her but
Mermaid And The yean. weekend
; Simpleton Muttons last
the
of families moms have little of. Hut, no matter I visiting
those
than for housing, and 13: cent
smaller per Morgan) Ride,Willy. (Picard)> World :: Cod's will be done.
Whaling CEul-
,
? for clothing and personal care.The ; Sneak a bit of "cnn-rraftlnemt" Into your cooking method and and Sunday afternoon they
In other areas budget runs Ride Memling); Giants Are ler): The Tomato And Other the tlnvor of Italy I I" seconds away. Start with canned Italian visited the Jacksonville Zoo.
Just how high the depends rest if for medical expenses VerY Brave People QIelde)>;Will Fruit Vegetables((Selsom>Discovering Style Spaghetti/ in Tomato-Cheese Sauce. This enriched thin-style SKATING PARTY Mr. and Mrs Jerry Baldwin
for a given family upon transportation, social There Never Be A Prince Nature Indoors (Prln- spaghetti, conked! and canned In a sauce made from plump, red All the young people (some had friends from the North
Its Income and upon the area IDea security; education and miscellaneous (Rosenberg);: Island Ghost(Randall I'e' ); What You Should Know tomatoes, Cheddar, Romano and Parmesan cheeses, olive oil, old) really enjoyed a great skatIng visiting them last week
It Is
which -
of the country in needs. ); Ox Nay> Held the Shetland About Drugs(Gorodetzky);What and selected spice lets you skip the tedious sauce-Bimmer- party; at the Lake Butler
led. Among families in the lower Pony (FIdler); The Magic We Find When We Look At inif ordeal. Skating Rink last Thursday ANNIVERSARYMr.
From figures' recently released Income range, food takes a Wallpaper (Francis); Mr. Molds (McGraw) Journey To To canned Italian Stylo Spaghetti simply add garlic, minced nlxht. We always go the first tend, Mrs..Emory Lewis
by the American Insti bigger percentage of the budget ; clams\ chopped parsley, and additional olive oil and Mama mia
Shaw's Shipshape Shoeshop(Titus The Moon (Fucha) Bones (AlIen Thursday of each month, and celebrated their 59 years of
Public Opinion based while ; you've not a spaghetti. treat! As In He traditional dish, the
of housing takes a smaller
tute .
); Is There A Lion In The )) Circus Days Under The have a wonderful time. marriage last Sunday.They are
; is thin It In
food so spaghetti shallow
that sauce serve plates or bowls.
upon a poll appears percentage. The reverse House (Kravet>:' Erec And Big Top (Clendlnnlng); Cham- soup Dean Cassels brought an Inspiring really faithful to their church,
expenditures In tbo.East for is true at the higher Income Enid (chiller Louie's SOS pions At Bat Flnlayson}; Antarctica message last Wednesday and God has greatly blessed
they typical; non-farm family levels (aiU amount to about $8 more per The budget Is geared to the (Creaswell) Giselle(Ver- SPAGHeTTI WITH CLAM Sunday School was really -
men : en Continent ?(;Scarf); Stars Of SAUCE
week then the In South the Midwest.These and the. typical; family of four Including dy); Rattle The Backstage Bat Pro Basketball (Sabin>; The 1 small eiovegarlic! minced 2 cans ((714 ounces. each) up this past Sunday. Including BIRTHDAYS and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead
In a teen-age boy a Mr
younger (Freeman o; Runaway Ralph Golden Bird (Grimm)) Give Us 1 tablespoon olive oil minced clams visitors, we went over the
Similar dinner Sunday
West are In between. girl and a wife who does not ) Call Me ,. each 200 mark with one Joining our gave a birthday
Cleary ; Bandicoot(Du- This Day; Clean Streets ClearWater 2 can (III' ounce ) 2 tahlenpoonchopped parsley
noted in other their two A.B.,
differences are have outside employment. Italian Grated Parmesan church. The Choir Is really honoring sons
bols> Aunt Bella's UmbrellaCole Clean Air (Chapin). style spaghetti eheesotomoto.'he'so
Items in the budget.In ( The Mystery Man (Cor- sauce growing, and we hope to do Jr. and Charles; also their
;
Bradford County; according bett); The Something Babbitt); In saucepan, cook garlic in oil. Add spaghetti clam, and pars better each time. We have so daughter, Marjorie Bishop, of
to the latest breakdown With the state of mind of Karl's Wooden Horse I..ylIeat; stir now and then. Serve with Parmesan. Makes many on our sick list for prayers Jacksonville. They really en-
(Donald-
figures from the Standard Rate Some people will believe 4 to 8 serving'. NOTK Sauce is thin. each Wednesday and Sun- Joyed the day.
today's youngsters, they son); What Did The Rock Say? I WhItehead celebratedhis
and Data Servlcu. the amountof might tell us to pay off the (Ross); Ollle. The Backward everything you tell them, if day night,, and we reallY. see Leslie
spent for food aver- birthday on Saturday.
money national debt ourselves. it's bad enough.- our prayers being answered.
ages out to $28 per week per
local family. Robin Reagan The Cazenovia -

This compares with $26 (N.Y.) Republican.
throughout the United States
and with $%51n tho State of Flo-
rida. My Neighbors

Larger '*pendltur are at-
tribute' In general to bigger
ln"** .*s and to the greater
.,ending ability; ,that results. II
The area-to-area variations I
III I
I''
In the cost of food while Important I Sar '
e are considered to be re ; O

less of a factor, relatively,
than the variations In income. rn 'f+
Just how much average urban
families i In I various sections -
of the country have available -
to spend* after taking
care of their personal taxes, o
and how much they need to live '- EAGLE TABLE
on, are Indicated in figures
from the Bureau of Labor Statistics RADIOS CILIBBATINO ONO OF
and the SRDS. "This"I. one of the earlier MM.I /SAPS III STOR1 AT 2409 N.W.SUNS IN! SHO P IMO C OAlNMVfUII

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'=f LvL.f. iNctuTi- 'IVJ,1., Vol. 92 No. 35 Thursday March 25, 1971 Starke, Fla. 2nd Section;

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I New Cream Crowder Pea Shows GRAHAM --- ------.--- --- -, LAWTEY ------ ---. ---- -- -


Great Promise For This Area By: EllA Blaflclurd
Mr. and Mm. Frwd Moore
were visiting Mrs.
Math Wasdln. who enteredthe CHURCH ACTIVITIES week with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mr. Emory Melbourne Flossie Rosier Thursday after were Sunday guest of their son-
"Zipper Cream" Is the name or !Rice. Some large-seeded V.A. Hospital Tuesday, we Grace United Methodist; Sun- daughter Mr and Mrs. Tommy Eunice. Other gue tsoftheEunlcei noon on their way to Akron, in-law and daughter, Mr and
of a new cream crowder pea types; such as White Sugar have are happy to hear Is much Im- day School 9:45 a.m. Worship Clayton, In Jacksonville. during the week were Ohio. Mrs. S.D. Andrews In Wild-
developed for fresh markets, been designated cream crow- proved. We all hope to see him services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Mr and Mrs. Dearl! Bradleyand Mrs. Don Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Grtffls wood.
and It represents "a major den but careful scrutiny has up and around and back home MYF 6 p.m. Choir Practice son, of Jacksonville, spent daughter Jacksonville on Saturday and son, of Schertz, Texas are The family and friends !ga-
breakthrough yields and seed revealed the presence of a small very soon.Wasdln of Jacksonville Wednesday 6.30: p.m.and Prayer the weekend here with his Anita remained for a guests of her parents, Mr. and there'd at the home of Mrs.John
size," according to Universityof ;) brown pigmented seed scar or Arnold with his Meeting; 7:30: p.m. parents Mr. and Mrs. R.L. longer visit.Rlcl1ard Mrs. Frank Cruce and other Brown and helped her to celebrate -
the weekend mo-
Florida researchers "eye." This pigmentation, no spent Bradley. Friends will be gladto relatives. her birthday anniversaryon
matter how ther, Mrs. Math Wasdln, last Choir for 4,5, & 6 Carter of Winter with There
small, appears to Saturday know that Dearl Is buildinga Mrs. Clifford Taylor, Mrs. Sunday a dinner.
The chief shortcomings of contain soluble components reekend. grades at 2 p.m and for grades nice home on the former Col- Haven, was a Saturday guestof Charles Frisbee and daughterof were 25 present for the occasion
older cream varieties have which leach out Into the water Mrs. Morris Starling and 1,23at3p.m. ley Grlffls plat west of Law- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Mlddleburg were Saturday Including Rev. and Mrs.
been their low yields and small upon cooking. Generally, this Shells visited Rhonda lower tev. and family and Mrs. Sel- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Caudlll and son Kobbio. Mr.
seed sizes. Zipper Cream Is detracts from the appearance and Mr. W.H. Tyre in Lake Church of God:Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young ma Eunice. Taylor. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown and

the first completely unpigment- and consumer acceptance of City; Sunday. 10 a.m. Worship services II son, and daughter of Athens, Mrs Elsie Norman was the Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Mooty; family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
ed pea type;) whose seed size the product," Dr. Lon said. VlsIUn Mr. and Mrs. F.B. a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Thursdayat Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sunday! overnight guest of Mrs. Atlanta wise and family, Mr. and Mrs.
was equivalent to commercially Davis and family were Mr. and 7 pjn. l Emily night Wed- Sapp daughter and grandson, Polly Ward of floral City Her of Ga., are visiting Van Prescott, Mr. and Mrs
I produced blackeyes and Depending on the stage of maturity Mrs Jim Kendricks, daughterand nesday 7 p.m.HIRhland of Jacksonville, are spendingthe mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling, their relatives, the Barflelda Paul Norman Mrs. Selma Eunice -
brown crowders. Large seed ; Zipper Cream Is an attractive son-in-law of the Davis BantUt- a..vt.v weekend here with their was there. They came home and the Harblns, for several Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail -
size Is Important since fewer bright green or clear family.Mr. School 9:45 mother, Mrs. A.C. Pearce. Monday afternoon and were sup- days. Mr. Mooty; Is recuperating Joyce Carter of Clay Hill,
Services
pods need to be shelled to provide creamy white when It's cooked. and Mrs. Leslie Jones 11 a.m.a.m.and Worship 7 Prayer -- Mrs. Bill Payne of Living- por;. guests of Mr. and Mrs. from a heart attack and Beverly Holllngsworth, of
visited and
any unit quantity.; Also, For the best realization of of Hampton Mr. p.m.7 son was the Tuesday overnight James Norman. the doctor reccommended that' Kingsley Lake, and Margaret
meeting Wednesday
the high quality;) slightly Immature yield, quantity; and appearance, Mrs.Mr.Carl and Jones Mrs. Saturday Russell Starl-night. followed by Choir Practice.p.m. guest of her son-in-law and Mr and Mrs. Sib Bertka of he come to I.'lorlda.; Austin.PRBSBASON.
Dr. Lon
stages are a desirable recommends harvesting -
ing of Gainesville, and Mr. and
size for culinary use, explains the pods at or Just before PERSONALSWe
Mrs Willie Strickland of Fort
the natural color break
Dr. Albert P. Lon, horticul- occurs.
Institute The pods be McCoy visited Mr. and Mrs.
turist with the University's; can described
Carl Jones are to report that
Sunday afternoon. sorry
of Food and Agricultural as medium green, changing to
Visiting Mr and Mrs James W.E. ((Bill) Pendarvls Is stilla
light straw at
maintaining
Sciences maturity;', -
In Ward 3-D Veterans
this color after curling McKInney Sunday was Mr and patient
If they're not allowed to Mrs. Henry Collins of Tampa; Hospital Gainesville. He will
Seed for the new variety;) Is ther extensively In the field.wea- Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Crlffls of be glad to hear from Ms friends. \
presently! being Increased by The pods are usually straight Starke; and Mr. and Mrs. Le- Sympathy Is extended to Mrs.
commercial seedsmen under or only! slightly curved, nard McKInney of Gainesville. Loca Raulerson and Mrs. Phyllis
aver-
the supervision of Florida aging about six Inches Sunday visitors of Mr and Mosely of our community;
Foundation Seed Producers, length. Mrs. R.C. Grlffls and family due to the death of their uncle
Inc.. Gainesville, and shouldbe Hand harvesting the new variety were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robert Grlffis, Tampa.
available to commercial ; can be rapid because of Clayton and their family from Friends offer sympathy and
growers this fall. Those Interested the large diameter. of the pods, Starke. love to Robert Whitehead and
In the new variety; are which are usually well-filled. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso family now of Mrooksvtlle former -
urged to obtain a copy of Hand shelling Is also comparatively Tabl Sunday were Mr. and residents of Lawtey, In
the Zipper Cream release circular east and rapid because Mrs. Charles Graci from New the fatal automobile accident
S-210 from their County;) of the large yield from each York. which took his wife's life.
Extension Office."Socalled pod. But, the low spreading Mr. and Mrs. Harlls Elling- James Waters returned home .
plant may not be well adaptedto ton of Lake Butler and Mr. and Friday from Bradford County;
cream crowder current mechanical harves- Mrs. Adro Brown of Starke Hospital. Friends are happy
varieties have appeared In the ters. Similarly, the adaptability visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellington that he came through eye surgery
trade before, but almost with- ; of pods to mechanical and family Sunday afternoon fine and is able to be at on new Carrier air
out exception these have been shelling has not been deter- home.
small-seeded like Lady Finger, mined, Dr. Lorz said. Mr. an d Mrs. G.W. Rivers Mrs. Martha Dorko came
visited Mrs. Rivers' sister, nome from Alachua General on
Mrs. Gldd Howard, of Fair- Sunday. Her friends are glad conditioning equipment
f banks Sunday afternoon that she came through surgery
V-21 and 18 We are glad that Tommy Le- fine and is able to be at home.
Snapper fevers Is able to walk without Her mother, Mrs. Mac Wells, -
crutches, but after seeing Con- spent sometime with her. She M mil -
Meetthe many-talented Snapper V-21 nie Dyal 1 coming home with a returned to her home Friday. Matching Cooling
and 18 rotary mowers. They mow, sprained ankle on crutches Mrs. Minnie Phillips is out nl .
we're wondering If she took- of Bradford County; Hospitaland Coil
They bag grass. They vacuum your them away from Tommyl! at the home of her son,
lawn. They pick up leaves and pine ; Everyone Is Invited out to James, 1250 S. Colley Road ,

cones and other litter. They blow ..., Graham Baptist Church ser Starke. She would appreciate
walks and driveways clean with vices. The service starts at visits from her friends. She Is
an optional "down-flector"} '''S> 10 ajn. with Sunday School with recuperating nloel).
the following morning worship Mr. and Mrs. James Norman
And they have the grass bag.. ./ hour at U. .The services on and family were recent Friday' he
betweenthehandlesso; ?t '...,. e4 Sunday and Wednesday night overnight guests of her aunt
you can close- C.' start at 7 pjn. So come on out and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
trim on both and Join the services. You'llbe Harvey, In Seville
more than welcome and If rN1
sides. Snapper you know of someone whodoesn't Recent guests at the home of !
V-21 and 18. have a home church or goes Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish N1 t lllrtnm/ //c
Available jn to Church Invite him to come were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dor- btiiulilsL
hand Orselfpropelled with you. And parents, remember man, of Gainesville; Mrs J.O. y 11l Il
that Good News Is this Pons, Tallahassee; Mrs. Jim y
models
with without
or Tuesday In the church at 2:30: Benson Gainesville; Mr and .____ __, jiaWi
electric starters. See them soon. p.m. Bring your children. Mrs. Mrs. W.M. Barber of Mac- \j I

Nell Mann of Brooker always clenny: ; Mrs. Helen Thompson \
fMfPPBlMcDonoUl" has a good story to tell them and Miss Patty; Thompson of
plus they'll learn Bible verses Jacksonville.Mr. yII Model 38G0002
Power Equipment Company. Inc A subsidiary, of Fuqua 'IndustriesJOE'S and learn to sing. They're sure
and Mrs. Simon Denton
to have a Rood timel!
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown
If has to
anyone any news put
of Belfonto, Ohio, were guests
In our Graham section
you can
SAW SHOPSales leave It at the store In Grahamor of Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton.
Mrs. Thelma Egan and family
and Service Thank else you.call I me sure at will 485-4308.appreciate were Dentons.weekend guests of the With exclusive round design 24,000 BTU Air Conditioningadded

ill
301 South Starke Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shufordof to present warm air system.
St. Augustine, and Mr. and your
Phone 964-7580 Mrs. Phil Shuford of Talla-
hassee, spent the weekend with

s *4 Ws B F BB Bls B* BS Bs i *BB I CHARTERED NEW CORPORATION HERE ford.Mrs.their mother, Mrs. John Shu Installation,, tubing and thermostat $ 0 0
Goldie Myers of Jacksonville -
H Fish & Secretary of State Richard spent several days with not included. 39 0
City Meat Stone has announced the char- her son-in-law and daughter,
f tering of Merrill Construction Mr. and Mrs. O. Ntaila.
! Co., Inc., 865 N. Temple Ave., Recent guests of Mr. and Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 210.64
4 Market Starke. Authorized stock 100 Mrs. Leon Starling and other
shares common no par value: relatives were Mr. and Mrs.
dealing in construction. In cor- Earl Denmark and family of

607 fc.: IWOWNLEE) ST. I'll. 9fll-n77 porators: Acne W. Merrill, Jacksonville.Mr. .
G.W.-Matthews, both of Layce; and Mrs. Reggie Nor-
S.C.; and C.J. Pendarvls, man, of Lake City, spent tilt
Ernest and Opal Allen Starke. Filed March 5, 1971 by weekend with his parents, Mr.
Elzle G. Sanders 138 W. Call and Mrs. Truman Norman.
St., Starke. Mrs. C.n. Crews spent the

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1 LB. SMOKED PICNIC tom. ,.
Private Life Insurance Has

1 LB. SMOKED BACON

Grown with Social
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2 LBS. PIG FEET e 80,000 BTU Furnace
Private life insurance in ly the same rate, !since the
the United States has grown end of 19r)0.! when I the face e 38GC Carrier 24,000 BTU air cond.
2 NECK BONES 249e
LBS. FRESH in close parallel to social security value of !social !security! survivors -
e Heat and cooling thermostat
survivors Insurance insurance! was about
1 LB. TURKEY WINGS during the past 20 years, according $170 billion and private life( e Seven air supply ducts
to social security insurance!! was about $23.1
1 LB. FRESH CRACKLIN officials here. billion," he said e One return air duct

"The comparison suggests In 10CO the cOI'l'e"pondinltumounb All labor and materials

t that survives insurance, were about $503 Completely I I
most! of which protects the billion for social security FOR FULLDETAILS
CHUCK STEAK OR ROAST lb. 65c
future of the dependents! of survivors insurance and 964-7701
relatively young workers who ..... ...... .. ... .
FRESH GROUND BEEF 3lb$. $1.59 contribute to social security, $512 insuiance.! billion for private life Installed

has not displaced private lifeinsurance
. "The two have grown! together ,
FRESH SMALL RIBS lb. 79c : much of which is
taken out on middle-aged and each meeting social FINANCING
BANK
CONVENIENT
ARM STEAK OR ROAST Ib. 89c older lives," a social security and economic need the

RIB STEAK lb. 89c spokesman A Social said.Security Administration spokesman The!! face said.values of social SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

analysis! shows that security survivors! and private

ALL PORK COUNTRY SAUSAGE lb. 79c the total face value of social life insurance in forceat
security survivors insuranceis any given time are astro
now about $1,100 billion nomical the study because

Fresh Fish -- Shrimp anti and the total face value of they represent what depend BANKAMERICAXD 332 MADISON DIAL 964-7701
private life insurance in ents and beneficiaries would

OysterWE force is about $1,300 billion, be paid if all the insured welcome: here --

according to the spokesman. persons died at once, the Starks Florida
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CLEAN FISH JUST ASK "Both have grown at near- spokesman explained.


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BMSThree :i .lt : Softball ActionTo



]Begin Monday ,,1

Middle School student "

took honors at the Regional ,, :,:.
Science Fair held In Lake Butter

last week. The 1971 Recreation Softball Friday, April 2 7:30:: pun.. '
league for men and boys 16 Independents vs Cunningham' ; ,
Diane Yawn won a second years and older Is all set to 9 pan.. Hurst Shell-Green's <.,',
place ribbon In botany with her open the season with six teams Barbecue vs First$ pt18t. I 1
project. Becky Hutchlnj' and ready to vie foe. the league '11, ."i
Donnle Neel took first place championship. lI'til, ,I

ribbons for their projects In BANTAM BOYS BASEBALL "

zoology and chemistry respec- V Thai year's league Is com- RECETRAJION:: STILL OPEN Irr
tively, and will now compoteat Dosed of the following teams:

the state science fair In Cunningham Gulf, defending Boys ages 10.11,12, who plan
West Palm Beach In April champ; Andrews", urugs; First to participate In the Bantam
--- -- -- --
'. Baptist Church; The Indepen- Boys Baseball
Mrs. George Loper Science program this
deportment chairman,,said that Ricky Bennett slides home soft, giving Bradford a 10 run lead and ending pendents; Williams Jewelry year may still register at the
this Is the first time since the game In the fifth Inning. Community State Bank, and a Pratt Street Center each after
team sponsored by Hurst Shell
the opening of the Middle School noon.
Service Lyman Green's Bar
that students have won the rightto becue. Two of the above teams The center Is open from 3:30
go on to the state fair. are co-sponsored by businessesand until 5:30: each afternoon Mon- 1 ..

Team 6 students recently took BHS Nine 2 should not be mistaken these day through Friday. Approximately (
an all day field trip to Ravine Drops for two teams 50 boys have been c
Gardens In Palatka. The 150 practicing Bantam Baseball the
studoits were accompanied by Williams Jewelry and Comm month of March with batting LI-
the Reading and Language Arts unity Hank are co-sponsors so practice taking up moat of the
teachers. Tops Si. AugustineBradford's In the future this team'will be practice session.

,
referred to as Williams Jewelry The league has been '
opener
Park mniror. tnlrl' the BMS Community; Bank. The tentatively set for the first "r.m.U volc' What female "01... do.r?" ,
teachers that the students
were
exists for Hurst
,
same situation Saturday In May 1"i
the that best had behaved visited school the group baseball team ny Brown replaced McKinneyand 2-1 lead In the first. The Tor- Shell Lvman Green's. We nu., "
ever park. dropped two straight games, struck out three, while nadoes scored 6 runs off 5 hits. feel that all teams will be
The studonU received., cohgraUulatlons while picking up only one victory walking two, and allowing four Big blow of ttiegame was James stronger this year and all havea 1&. ,
from Principal Rich- In this week's play.Bradford's hits. Me Meal's triple with two on, chance to take the champ.lonshlp 1.1 '
ard Jockel
for this complimentpaid
Ricky Bennett? was Bradford's putting Bradford up 51. away from the defenders .
them first loss of the
Cunningham Gulf.
The Bradford week came Saturday In a 5-1 leading hitter with three hits In the fifth Inning Ricky Bennett -
High School
band which Includes decision to Orange Park. It'ssecond and a walk In four times tobat. slid home) giving Bradforda All games will be played at

members from the Middle many loss came Tuesday In Larry Brown had:! a 2for3 10 runWad and ending the Westslde Park Athletic Field M
School, won an overall rating a 9-1 romp at the hands of day at bat. ffame. According to the Florida which Is the site of the 1971 .automatically > ,
Slow Pitch State
of superior at the district band Fernandina.The "They were the best ball club Athletic Association rules, If shIp Double headers Champion will be .
one club leads by 10 or
contest held at P.K. Yonge we've faced this season" said moreruns
lone victory of the week played each Monday, Tuesday
school In Gainesville last Sat- came Friday in a 11-1 romp Allen. "I feel that It would have after 5 Innings, the gameIs Thursdays and Friday nights

urday. over St. Augustine In 5 Innings. been a closer game If we had over.' until May, with several double takes of rdrainage

The high rating made the Tuesday's endod the eliminated" some of our mis "This was the first ball gnm headers to be played op Sun- care .
game
band eligible to compote at first round f conference play takes. we've put everything together," day afternoons. Beginning, .In. "
the state contest slated for and Bradford a 3-4 rec- Allen said "Our pitching was May: no games will be Waved '
gave
May 6-8 In Panama City.; Band ord for the season. The second ORANGE PARK GAME good, our fielding was good, on Monday nights by the peen a '::1')1,'I'
director Dcn.i Cassels said that 'league. Admission Is free to
and our hitting outstanding.
round of play begins Saturdayas :L ;;
I ill t ta
although tho band had a late league games.
Bradford faces Bolles at Eddie Smith pitches a one- '
start In preparing for the con- home hitter Saturday, leading Orange "Everyone got a hit, except* Getting .the action underway
Jerome Williams and he walked
test, the students were willIng Park to a 5-1 romp over the Monday March 29, at 7:30p.m. :
twite. and :::
They put three pitchers
effort to put necessary' In the extra to bring time their and Tornadoes baseballers. against us and we hitall three." will liamsJewelry be The Independents- CommunityBank. vs Wil day night'LRC

performance up to a superior FERNANDINA GAMEBradford's : Smith went all the way for This was the first game In This game will be followed of'

level., the Raiders, striking out eight which the Tornadoes committedno by a contest at 9 p.m. 10"4 r/J
second
The March edition of BMS'sv week came as a result loss of of the key while walking only, one. errors. putting First Baptist Church (J91!
against Andrews Drugs. On I'JIJl'"
)
Contest "It's Academic" Saturday Bradford faces
mistakes which paved the
was :Won by Team 4 and Its way Danny McKinney started for Bolles here at 2 i ,IM/i!
for a 9.4 Fernandlna romp. the Tornadoes, but was relievedin p.m. Tuesday, Tuesday night, March 30, at .R'rtitIr !,
comp tang students, Debbie the Tornadoes
\ to Palatka.
go 7:30 Cunningham Gulf will meet
.
: .
Grlffls, Pat Wood and Dwight Both teams collected 11 hits the fourth by Johnny Brown .. ,'"" t;' ant.j)
Birbcr. but the Tornadoes made S errors after giving up five hits and Hurst Shell-Green's Barbecueand \'.. .1.! .\ IJn9ru''t'u;
The victory bv Team broke and alowed 3 stolen bases walking one. Brown pitched the at 9 pjn..The Independentswill /, \. ... t .tnf.,
play First Baptist Church. .""'- .
remainder of the
the winning streak piled up by while Fernandina commited game, striking t. I.. .. '
Team 6. 'I 1 he other contestantsfor only 2 errors. out four, walking none, and FERNANDINA BOX Thursday, April I, scfiedule730 It 're 11
giving up only one hit. : am.. Cunningham\ vs Williams ]- .. .J t. d
the program were: Diane "The difference was our mis- \ tl9'1"
Davis, Ellen George, and Dale takes and our hits coming with Orange Park's big Inning came AB H R Bank Jewelry 9 -Hurst Community ShellSreen's .. __-.-\J"JI (.8 I! oj <..
Koehler, Tim 1; Billy Page, no one on base, while thelr's In the first, as they picked up CF Williams 3 2 2 ; pjn.i W bar.
Annie Dean and :U' hard Muse, came with men on base,Coach three runs off of two hits,a sin SS Trlest 4 0 2 ( Barbecue vs Andrews y' b aria
Team 2; Cathy Sapp, John De- John Allen said gle by Jerry Barfield and a I IB Johns 4 1 2 Drugs. <;
pue,' and David Jenkins, Team double by Lee Rawls.The Raid- LF Bennett 4 3 0 I '10.
to early
Bradford Jumped an
3i; Debbie Mitchell, RobertHod- Bennett and ers went on to pick up anotherrun 2B L.Brown 3 2 0 4 b a acilft "
2-1 lead, as Ricky
gins, and Perry Bryan, TeamS Brown both drove In runs In the third and ntth.Br3dford's C McNeal 3 j 0 yrr ( 8 9'
; and Sheila Starling, Joy Sax- Larry 3B Hazen 3 1 0 '
on ahd Tammy: Hedd'.sh:, Team with first inning singles. Ingle run came RF Melvin 2 0 0
6. ream 4 assured their win The lead was not to last in the fifth as Randy McGovern P McKinney 1 0 0
bv correctly answering the fin though as Fernandlna's: :y ', stole home.after a wild pitch.. P -e J.Brown- 2 0' 0.

al question "Who! recently Cover drove In a run In both Orange Park's five runs came .Totals l '" :; ,, ; 21 JJJ4,, tJo ..
signed .i 2.7 million dollar pro the second and third innings off six hits,while Ricky Bennett (h..1' !
basketball contract?", with the with singles. collected Bradford's single ..
Of Artls Gilmore, Jacksonville f '
name Fernandina picked up another Both teams had 2 errors. 1 fF
University star.
-by Dana Dyal,; Rhonda Ben- run In the fourth and placedthe "This was an entirely dif SA GAME BOXAB
out of reach with
nottr Deborah Johnson, Dogan game ferent ball game from F iday'a H 2
three runs In the fifth. In the CF Williams 2 0 1
Smith, I.aura Thomas and De- Allen said "Our fielding -
fifth, two of the hits and all about SS Trlest 2 1 3
nlse', Turney. was equal to theirs. 'Jf(
of the runs were scored off we Just couldn't hit the ball. IB Johns 2.12
-, -' of errors. LF Bennett 3 23 Mr. Jose M. Antuna has plenty of desired elevation, and then the I .J
: Bradford scored one run In "Smith Is. the onlv left bond 2B L, Brown 2 i 1 reason to be pleased with his elecpumps automatically take care of ifI '
er we've faced
: andIs by far
;W1T11 HIS WIFE 'sick In the fifth, as Johns singled and the best pitcher we've faced. C McNeal 4 2 I trically driven drainage pumps.He's our drainage day and night":
bed, the man at the next desk was driven home when Bennett 3B McGovern 320RF :
He's got a great knuckle ball in charge of one of the largest Mr.Antunaisplanningtodoublesugar
sale he Is learning what it Is singled. and of Melvin 3 I'I 0
none our boys could hit
plantations in Florida. And
his
19 be both a career boy and It." A'J. Brown 3 1 0 HIJ electrically driven drainagethat
houschusband. The Pirates picked up a run j calls for a large amount of pumps in the near future. Can you .
In the sixth and
seventh, while '
Bradford picked up one In the ST AUGUSTINE GAME Total| 2411 U ; drainage..done quickly, efficientprofit from his experience, by us- /" j

seventh as Larry Brown droveIn ly and economically. ing electricity for automatic drainage J

4I ,. Jerome Williams with a Johnny Brown pitched a three Western oil companiesagree I Mr. Antuna says, "...operation is ? Or for efficient and low-cost '"r.:iJ
..., fielders choice. hitter to NEW PROPORTION-The simplified with electric power1. We irrigation? Check with
.. Friday and the Tor- pay $10 billion dollars your local
C I Jimmy Cook, the winning pitcher nadoes slugged their way to to six Persian Gulf niUoni. lonKUPtte ix i a right-m-rain can set the float switches to the equipment dealer f

went all the way for the an il-l viCtory And they don't even get cotton length bolero fur thin foul.wiiter-repcllent Bv Nnmnn. I=lIf::::: ;: 7 }
trading free
stamps or
Pirates, striking out 5, while panty
Brown went all the way for hose. the zip-front tyle HUH law- rpiN RataNa ...yr 1; I Ib Iv '
Quality Home Furnishings walking one. the Tornadoes, striking out 7 placed large ixtckets, wiled( .....
Custom DraperiesCarpeting Danny McKinney took the loss and walking 2.The waist and Beeves. -

for relieved Bradford.In the McKinney fourth after was second. inning was the big :.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .........-.-.-.- .-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.....-.- .-.- .- .- ............................- .- .- .-.-.- .- .-.-.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.'- M!'.-.t-: .

Interiors by Victor striking out one, walking two, one for the Tornadoes, after

JOOO. Park Ave. Orange Park r and !allowing seven hits. John- Bradford had mounted a slim I I
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VET NEWS 1he Otd1 lZE/l Use Coal
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JACKSONVILLE MAN HELDIN may of become low-contaminant a valuable


It Is unfortunate that so few called attention to provisionsof GI Bill training, should con- l ; octane crude oil gasoline for mak, it
eligible wives and widows of the law which eliminates a SLAYING PRISONERLAKE lIolnMI"'W\
Florida veterans are not tak VA funding fee of 5onguaranteed Service tact their Officer local County, the;Veterans Veteran OF -,' ": \ reported in Chicago

big advantage of educational opportunities or direct home loans to by engineers from
Administration or write Dixon BUTLER A the and thrust It into Peacocks "
rod
available 21-year-old Jack. grabbed
to them. veterans who served after Jan- at Post Office Box 1437, St. Richfield and FMC
lays M.T. Dixon state direc- uary 31!, 1955.It Petersburg, Florida 33731. sonville man Is being held in the stabbing back.The in : .
tor of veterans affairs. also authorizes V A to guarantee death of a 17-year-old fellow inmate at the youth, who was serving a six-month to hifC or : !
Of more than 12,000wlveeand loans to reliance existing Lake Butler Reception and Medical Center. five-year term for breaking into 8 Columbia ,..-----
widows elegible for education mortgage loans or other liens Recently the question arose Held in connection with the death of Randy County school, was rushed to the nearby Rii- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

training benefits In Florida, on homes, owned and occupiedby concerning the payment of Peacock of Columbia County Is Robert Lewis ford prison hospital where surgery was per- h ,
fewer than 10O are taking advantage the veteran, and allows bor- burial allowance In the case Ziegler, serving a 15-year term at the institution formed. The welding rod pierced both his
of"a "truly golden opportunity rowers to pay lenders any required where the remains of a vet- for a 1970 armed robbery. heart and lungs, said Walnwrlght. :
; Dixon says. discount. The guaranteemay eran are given. to a medical ALLMATERAl :
I
Administered Corrections officials said Peacock died ear Wainwright said that no motive in the stab- I
by the Veterans 60 of loan
be for % the or school for research '
of stab wounds from a 15-inch bing had been established. A coroner's inquestwas .
Administration< the ly Tuesday -
program $12,500 whichever Is less. M:T. Dixon, director of the ,
provides up to 36 months assistance It authorizes the Veterans State Division of Veterans Af- welding rod, after he was attacked late Mon under way.According I
for wives of totally and Administration to guarantee' fairs furnished the following day afternoon near a construction site within to Wainwright, the two, along / '
permantly disabled veterans 60% or up to $12,500 of loans Information covering this particular the center. with other Inmates, were in a "congregationarea" :
who Incurred their disabilities for veterans to purchase family situation. State Corrections Director Louie Wain. close to a construction site of a new
In service, and for widows of units In condonmlum projects "Burial for the purpose of wright said according to witnesses, Ziegler medical facility when the Incident occured. :I :

veterans who died In service, Insured by the Federal Housing payment of a burial allowance, _. _______________________________.
or as a result of service con- ----------------------------N- a _______._____.
Agency. embraces all of the various ---------------------------- ------------.mm ::1 I
nected disabilities. Last. It eliminates January recognized methods of dispos- q,
The program Is of particular 31, 1955, as the terminal date ing of bodies of deceased per- I I .
importance to hundreds 01 W.... for VA's direct loan program. sons. Cremation Is a burial Be AvailableSAT. : 20
and widows of Vietnam vetrans For Information on this, Di- within the meaning of the law I 01
in Florida, Dixon says. This xon suggests that you see yc'r regardless what Is done with i b
group of eligible Individuals local County; Veteran Servl the ashes Payment Is warranted My p Neighbors g SAT. OR SUN. 1 I II
usually Is made up of young Officer, your nearest office ot for the expenses, Includingthe '
women who lack the necessary the Veterans Administration or cost of the burial urn. APRIL 3-4 \ OFF I II
education skills to earn an adequate write him at P.O. Box 1437, Whore a veterans' body Is 1
llvllhood following the St. Petersburg, Florida 33731. turned over to a medical school
death or"serlous disability; of for scientific purposes and it 1 EXAMPLE REG. 99c 79c
their veteran spouse. They definitely subsequent burial under any -.
should avail themselvesof Veterans returning from the of the. various recognized me- I REG. 4.98 53.98

this training Dixon says. Armed Forces or those who thods, Including: cremation, \t
Studies may be pursued at any have military service since there has been a burial and a ,
of more than 300 approved January 31, 1955, are eligibleto burial allowance may be paid. You Won'tWant :I LADIES PANTS SUITS I
schools and Institutions In complete their high school Therefore, burial allowancemay
Florida. A person engaged In education In preparation: for be paid if a claim If sub- 1 REG
full time training receives $175 college or other GI; Bill train- mitted within two (2) years To MissSee $8.98 NOW $sass I
per month. Proportionately les- Ing without losing any of their from the date the medical school ) I TO U98
ser amounts are apid to those regular GI Bill eligibility, says received and agrees to bury the
in training on three-fourths or M.T, Dixon, director of the body." yr-q, -- I i iI
half-time basis.Complete State Division of Veterans Af A flag may also be Issued
Information and fairs. where the body of an eligible "I've compiled 1 a rather Next Week'sTELEGRAPH I PRIESTOnly
free counseling may be obtained; The GI Bill providesformonetary veteran is turned over to a extensive: list of my past accomplishment I I Ia
from any Veteran County; assistance to veterans medical school for medical research to help guide
Service Officer, the Veterans attending either high school or Dixon said. you in judging this work.1 I --- -- -.I
Administration Office, or by college. Time used for high I ------ -- -
writing Dixon at P.O. Box 1437 school Instruction whether it
St. Petersburg, Florida 33731.A be for a diploma or for college
refresher courses, will Driving Partners

erans'not oe charged eligibility against for the higher vet- For Safer Travel

designed major to piece assist of millions legislation of education. "Women driving at night The Name Has Changed
Rates of assistance are the
veterans to get homes of their same for both high school and often turn on the radio, sing,
and times talk aloud to
own has been signed Into law at
college on a full time basis.A .
by President Nixon. themselves while men hesitate
veteran having no dependents
M.T. DIxon director of Veterans receives $175 monthly, a vet- to do likewise" snys
Affairs for the State of John P. Manley executivevice
with
eran one dependent receives -
Florida, states that one pro- $205 monthly, and the president of Potters Industries -
vision of the new law wipes out veteran who has two dependents Inc.
an ending date for GI loan Roberts Insurance
Inc.
receives $230 monthly for each George
benefits for all veterans who! lIe said that although men
additional dependent, the vet-
served after January 31, 1955, eral receives $13 monthly. do most of the highway driving ,
and restores these benefits indefinitely women can volunteer a
Veterans who are eligible and
to 8.9 million Korean turn at the wheel, or assist in
who have been out of servicefor
Conflict: and World War n ser- several years have eight night{ driving in the follow-
vicemen who did not use them years from June I, 1966, in ing ways:
earlier. which to complete their GI Bill Read the map-Plan and Formerly
Another Dixon
provision
studies says Dixon.While thee follow a travel route that will
said offers a veteran for the
who have been lscharged since keep him on main roads
time of loans
first a program
that date, have eight from
years
marked with reflective edge,
,
for mobile home purchases up the date of their discharge.
to $10,000 for a mobile home lane and center lines;
Dixon added though, that
and to $17,500 If he a many Bond Watch the directional -
up gets stuns-
veterans are cutting short the
lot to place it on. time alloted them to complete signs and (five him Harold C Wall Inc.
A third section authorizesthe their studies because they are enough warning for turnoffsand
VA to make direct loans in delaying In enrolling under the rest areas; ,
any part of the country to certain GI Bill. Stopping-Suggest stops

seriously disabled veterans who For veterans desiring information about every 100 miles, so he
are entitled to specially con- and assistance In pro- can rest his eyes! regain
structed houslrur. Dixon also cessing their application for APRIL
alertncssand drive refreshed ; EFFECTIVE 1,1971

Safety Precautions Use
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seat belts and remember the

STANDARD 3 F's--carry flashlight, flares i
THORNTONS
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STATION and a spare fuse. I

Gib Brown's Station
(Formerly
WISH I'D SAID i
FAYE-ond PAT. THORNTON h
THATThe / \
407 N. TEMPLE PHONE 964-7071 LL. p rst I

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Super Customer Service wife who snatches her _
husband's pay-check can : Policy be\44' ,
We Service Your Car as If It was hardly expect the old fellowto -L'-n.- ,:I.'$ d v I 0 ur e w1\\

ours Come see for Yourself. continue to say it with An {pet'our on
flowers and candy.-N. De- policy the same- Paytnent5 l qpr
TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES Vane Williams, Holmes t'etUain or }
Will
County (Fla.) Advertiser.Man Both Notices with u a.
CAR WASHING A SPECIALTY \ yoU I' 1ea
In
it like a bridge. lie change ce cart \
FRL SAT. walt designed to carry the load n 0 lnauran
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Tire...Discount of the moment not the com- of f yoUt 0.I .
GET ACQUAINTED OFFER DRIVE IN AND bined weight of the year at an9 ,
PRICES TIRE NEEDS once.--Clarin D. Ann by. The
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convenient one-trip, one-stop banking- \ oW net 0 !2.

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family, or business banking service corpo nage g iven yoU !

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editorIal e ]

Letters to





the Editor.* .

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f March 18, 19'11 for recreation and SUCh, bin
Nitpicking Or Pidaiicldng please do not misunderstandme.
The Dodd family would not
Gene
Dear :
want sympathy. or pity from me,

At Taxpayer ExpenseIn I I p i6 ltd'irip If you have ever started out or anyone else, foi;the sacrificial -

to do something which you felt lives. they, have lived.
witha
Y Cod has rewarded them
was too big for you or that you

a speech at the recent State Chamber Mr. Willard observes. "In other were unworthy to do, then you that joy few and people peach have inirthelr!!l lives

of Commerce, legislative briefing, i words, the taxpayers will pay more mlsht position well justnow.srrapathlie However with withGod' my Thirdly. Fred Dodd.and Ms

held In Jacksonville Governor Askew, to get less done." help, I shall attempt, in family have been examples of
Indicating that demands Mr greater some mall way, to pay tribute Christian behavior through a

economy In government (before new lie contlnutes: "Experience over the -_ .and honor-to the memory of avery They time of truly testing honored and; (lux trouble.Lord,

taxes are Imposed) are getting under past three years has shown that a ( In_ dear the mend Ministry and coworker whose funeral -- by their faith and patience day

his skin, called on businessmen to five per cent reduction of budgets approved ; service I conducted yes after day. He and hl i. family

point out where..such economies can by the Legislature hurts hardly terday. The man is Reverend accepted his illness -as a pan

be Imposed.It anybody. Why not try for six, or even Fred Dodd of God's plan for his Ufa. Even
though Fred was slowly dying
_
In his thirty or more years
16 maybe? It can't be done Instantly,
and,
day by day enduring unbelievable -
Isn't likely that many businessmenwill In the ministry, the Lord ac-
recommendto
but Governor might
the
pain, .he always
> rnmnlUhftd so manY things ;tt
come up with constructive suggestions the Education Department that It recommend ir .r (, t through him that It would be praised the Lord and;gave a

along this line, and It Is even to the schools that teachersbe I foolish Indeed for me to even bright and flowing''testimony

less likely that they are cable of doing employed to teach, giving priority; attempt to name them. Instead for the Lord. Neither he, nor

so for the state to those who want to teach and paying I would like to share with you his family complained about
document of some 983 pages of bewildering and the public some of the his illness! or e-ver1'charged'
them properly. v.. rv Iwf spiritual qualities which I observed and looiisniy.AH of them maintained
In small
figures type.It ; '
faith1 and
true Integrity
In his life, and whichI
And to continue our "nitpicking," shall always remember, as toward God In this matter.Tru-
would require the services of an ,a recent report by the Comptroller's rr' personal challenge. ly, they have demonstrated to

expert auditor or analyst to study office showed that lawyers Including Aw The first one is FAITHFULNESS all that God's grace Is sufficient -

such a document and be able to make retainer fees which traditionally The Bible tells us that for our .every'need!
many on His funeral yesterday was
"God Is faithful. Fred was
recommendations for reductions
concrete have been regarded as ooHti- certainly like God In this respect certainly a high point! spiritually -
In agency budgets where every- cal patronage, cost the state and Its For twenty years, he in my lICe I'watchedas '

thing Is given In lump sums, as Is the various agencies, boards, and com went to the County jails in the Church slowly filled to

case In most Instances. We do not feelIt missions a total of $2,307,969 In fiscal Starke Lake Butler and Mac- capacity, with that many more
Is the responsibility; of businessmento 1969-70. clenny, carrying the Gospel of people hearing the service from
attempt to make recommendations Christ to the Inmates. During the Educational Building next
door. I looked over' the congregation -
those twenty years, the number -
In such unfamiliar fields. It Is the responsibility One of the biggest spenders for at- of time Fred was absent and saw "many present -

; of the heads of such agen- torney's fees was the State Legisla- could bee counted on one's tinge who had 'been saved

cies, as well as the executive, and ture which paid "contract" attorneysa and even then he would through his ministry I saw

the, legislature to make these studies whopping $120,900 between Nov. 26, ( unless l1e.wa assured people from almost'every walk
and effect such economies as are possible 30 1970. ( of a substitute to carry on in SI life who had e0ltl8 )out of
1969 and June
on behalf of the taxpayers in this his stead. Only God knows how respect and admiration for
; 'many people' In these jails accepted Cod's man..I talked to two inmates
time of fiscal emergency.To The $2.3 million figure does not include Christ as their Saviour from the State' PrIson

the staff of 41 lawyers In the during these years because of who had been co-workers with
intimate that aU the fat has Attorney General's office which by the love and faithfulness of Fred for many ''years'. in the
Fred Dodd. He worked in his prison ministry 'YjIJ'
already been trimmed from the bud- really
law Is the chief legal arm of the
business building contractor should have heard their
as a testimony -
get, and that further cuts are not pos- State but which in practice has no
during the week and then, of the good that Cod had
sible, is to stretch the credibility; control over two-thirds of the lawyers Instead .ol rest or recreatiorji : accomplished ttu' ugh' him In

gap that already exists between the working for the State. the'weekends, he would getup the prison. Employees of the

taxpayer and his government. _O__ _.. _...-.-..._ _". "., "
Everette The Department of TransportationRoad carry the Gospel to the jails' of the good wdrk he had i
Williard capitol
corres- ( Department), with a full-time and the State Prison at' 'RaI- done there. There were Gideon
oondent and columnist, thinks the time staff of 16 lawyers, paid $333,000 In Berry, Berry Nice. ford. Even though he would be men present, who' held hands

has come for "nltplcldngU that Is fees to outside attorneys, mostly In late Sunday afternoon getting and sang the benediction around
what it takes to cut every Inch of connection with acquiring rights-of- You can take Bradford Coun- 'derdale News, Ann's dad con- center of the circle is placeda back home, he would alwaysbe the grave. Some fifteen or twen-
inns away from the strawberries structed this Ingenious "Sia few feet of plastic drainage In the Lord's house on Sun- ty ministers were"''there
excess fat out of the oversize budget. to
way for road construction..The Citrus but you can't take the mese Strawberry Circle," and pipe, and the berry plants are day night, either In the Worship pay tribute to him I also saw
Such nitpicking could result In substantial Commission paid out $74,886, and the strawberries away from Bradford I now the family has Its own min kept watered by filling the pipe service at Hope Church, or representatives of the Salvation -

reductions In budget recom- Canal Authority nearly $90,000. Even Countians. iature strawberry patch, pro- with water whenever needed. supplying the pulpit for some Army there, and many others ,
mendations, J he believes, and it is the Attorney General's office, under This old adage' Is proved again viding the luscious delicacy Holes are cut in the roofing other Pastor. He always said too numerous. to men- .
the administration's responsibility; not by this photograph of attractive they so greatly missed after felt at intervals, and the berry he had rather "wear out" than tion.
Robert Shevln's paid 3r:
predecessor, retainers blonde Ann Thomas, leaving Bradford County" plants set In the soil through t'
"rust out" from inactivity. FreoT'nad"asked
the businessman's to ferret out ; me' what I
every to the tune of $23,243 for helpIn The Siamese Circle
daughter of Mr end Mrs. A.J, Is constructed these openings.For There were many Sundays when thought about his writing a word
possible economy. Thomas Jr. who moved from of wire fencing, lined detailed
special cases. more instruc- he would conduct seven or eight of personal testimony and haw
Starke to Fort Lauderdale several with roofing felt, filled In behind tions on making your own Siamese services so that I, or some ing it read at his funeral I

For a starter, Mr. Everett pointsto These figures'were' compiled by the i years ago.Following with a mixture of peat Strawberry ;Circle, con- other.minister, might be able .assured him that he should do

the Comptroller's office which Is Comptroller's office In connection with Instructions givenIn ,moss, cow manure, soil, and tact the Thomas family of Fort to enjoy a week' vacation with*iflt..So.listened. as this testijnonywas ,
article In The Fort Lau- organic fertilizer. Down the' .
an : Lauderdale.
authorized a "research and communi- a proposal by the new Attorney Generalto ; yV"is. '*.""" i our families. reed,';telUIIIr how ;v
) Recently, when his diseased'body much the Lord had meant to '
cations" staff (also known publicity; :: ,
'Social
take most of the State's
over legal SecrityTo was really too weak to him, and appealing to the unsaved .
and has two
of ten
persons requested work on a promise to save at leasta .go, he waukiliterallydraghlmself present to accept Christ. ,
more, which request the Governor has third of the annual l cost. A bill Change Offic Into the Church buildingand I listened with heavy heart at ;

seen fit to go along with. will be pre-flled In the Legislaturenext During Fair Week sit there in pain and agony the beautiful some were sung.
(though never complaining) in I thought about the eighteen
"There is nothing in the Department week to carry out this objective. L During Fair Week, the local order to be faithful unto death, years that 1 had been,, Castor of

r Social Security office will be as his Lord was! His exampleof this Church, and e.f t flavor to
of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Certainly the Legislature should be located In Room 241 of the new faithfulness should surely Fred Dodd. I rededicated
budget to Indicate the size of the more deeply concerned with the econo- Bradford County Courthouse, rebuke many of us Christianswho life to God then and .there.my I

publicity; staff which Is so large there mic operation of State government, and (petit jury room). attend only one service per watcned, as i gays, niu invitation -
chairs ty Luna 8urgess !(odr This change will apply! on week and who '
probably is not enough If all the Governor trim the permit a sneeze at the close oftfleV ser-
happen to be in the office atone time," help budgetto March 29, April I, and April or a headache or some kind of vice, and saw at lenst-a hun-
the bone. 5. After those dates, the office recreation to keep us away dred hands ralsedyvejedicatincr .
Wlllard. lie adds that Wherein the Is -
observes Mr
snow gone at I
saw the robin. With exertionand will return to the Civil from Church.
their lives to God.I .
state employees would be em- Ms time; I venture out Into theack this seeing the robin I Defense each
many began building Mondayand Secondly, Fred Dodd lived a feed sorry, for all
and : today,
barrassed if asked to justify their For instance Wlllard yard see a beautiful to pant for breath and Thursday. .
Mr. reports vbin. Spring Is near. my sacrificial life, a life of self- the people. who live In' Keystone -
positions by recounting their duties. that the House Appropriations Com- You have to believe the buds chest felt as If something very denial. He could have been much Heights When Fred Dodd
heavy lay upon pressing heavily more successful, financially, if died the other morning bne of
mission has one such project under will blow, I never saw anything growing. ,
began to
"Some of the Cabinet budgets show consideration"reducing the num- Believe In the grass, In days and did not realize moan I was softly mak- One time we ordered an egg he had In charged the "goingprice" the biggest spiritual flood lights

the cost of 'Cabinet liaison,' some ber of airplanes in the executive pool of snow. hIll a noise until safely back. and toast for breakfast. They work, Instead his of'figuring constructor In that town went Baptist out I feel
brought us all they had which only sorry for Hope Church,
Ah, that's the reason the birds
don't," the Wlllard report continues. from seven to four. This would mean can sing. Such a relief to lie down and was boiled cabbage and wel- to make a living but Fred Dodd because of the loss of one whose

The Governor put down $48,800 for his that on such memorable occasions as On the darkest day, the heavy thing on my chest was ners. never had any ambitions toward dedication has been suofcagreat.
office in this and the At- gone. This becoming wealthy! He did not source of Inspiration to all.
category, the Ruskin Strawberry Festival, when He believes In Springs. Now I shook young pilot's name Is us
rugs, ran the John Bullock. He at hismother's use the money Cod permittedhim I feel sorry for the Gideon organization -
was
torney General asked for $86,931. all the Cabinet members fly down to -D. Malloch. sweeper in den and living
room. home and she to have on himself, but, in losing ooe.of, its
I think I have told you I have was
free Then I
get a basket of berries washed I
some my hair. usedto at instead Invested It in the finest
work. lie reared members. Ifeel
was for
tot been from home on sorry
The budget shows that the Governor of them would have to put up with each Once last away October. my I did not go to the beauty shop. May "Bullock Farms" His father Lord's work. He always gave those Christian Inmates at Rai-

haa recommended that the five new other's company for a little while. we to get out in the Ice, snow be I can drive to the Beauty passed away and his brothernow acriflcially to every need that ford who looked to Fred for

administration, or political, positions That problem could be solved, how- i ind cold. It has been a happy dry Shop weather.In New Castle I come warn} runs the farm and John was presented to our Church. encouragement and leadership
created by the Cabinet for the Secretary ever, by stringing a curtain down the sinter for I have read my once in awhile go out every was trying to call him. I also Not only did he support the week after week. I' feel especially -
now, open the work of the Gideon
ilble, hymns, and prayed told him that all the boys that Society; with sorry for those present -
sang
of State and the General aisle
Attorney center of the plane. doors
garage a ways, and start his time, but also in a sacrificial
went to Vietnam and I wrote in the service
Jmoat constantly hence I have yesterday,
before took office be ; the motor and
the oil
they even con- Jved with Jesus and learned get to letters to and prayed for them manner financially, so that who did not listen to, Fred's
tinued. "Administrative costs appearto If this be nitpicking In behalf of an 0 love Him. flowing Have insurance paid for came home safely. One colored free Testaments and Bibles appeal to receive Christ How-

be rising faster than operating, i austerity; budget, then we submit it These hours of long medlta- a auto year license, and next month get my boy, a Sgt., was shot thru the could be given to jail., prisons ever, I do not feel sorry for
I
.or worker.. costs In many agencies." :I Is time to start picking nits. Jon here alone with my Lord driver's license.plate.I can have drive a hip. He was a radio man and hospitals, motel., military Fred! He Is now wltfi.)'W.i'p>rd,
live deepened my faith and out to the farm "Brooklawn'twhere was singled out and shot. He personnel, and many other who loved him and give Himself -
lived. places. He personally requested for him. I do God's
I
tept me happy and now not the pray
great grandchildrenrun Here is an salad mix- that gifts be given to buy continued
h only have more love for Jesus and egg blessings apon the
I have learned to love play. ture for sandwiches: Gideon Bibles, in lieu of flow family of this great servant of

I Dooole more to appreciate, never I have been answering the tel- EGG SALAD SPREAD: 2 hard ers for his funeral. Christ, and the men who have
I BRO SINGS I Condemn or criticize.love ephone at times all winter. I boiled eggs: cut up in a bowl: During his twenty veer mln.Istry already taken over his ministry
every creature God made more told you about how I helped add pickle relish I tablespoon; In the jails and prison, In the jails and Prison.
than ever before.The sparrowsand people When the line of mine and 3 tablespoons of mayo- he received no salary, but, rather Truly, it can be said of this
the blackbirds I feed out gets crossed with the Mt. Sum- nalse. Mix well with fork. paid his expenses out of man, "Well done, thougoodand
THOMAS A. EDISON: "The three great the back garage door, I love mit lines which are under- Spread on slice of bread, add Ms own pocket. This dedicated faithful servant"
ROBERT BURTON: "Make not a fool of so much. A little cock sparrow ground. lettuce leaf and top with another time-consuming! ministry With deepest respect,
essentials to 'achieve anything worth thyself to make others merry" comes real close when I Ha? I know when I answer slice.Makes kept him from havtnv any time Reverend Merle Packham

while are, first hard work; second, call, "Come on little darling." they very likely do not want me think of my happy

stick-to-itiveness third GOETHE: "We are shaped and fash- 1 call softly so the blackbirdswon't me. Ha! Yesterday when I answered school days at Clay Hill and
; common my beautiful children. To
come first and get all the me Middle
a lovely voice of School GradersPlanning
ioned what love." very who loves them so, they willnev.r Eighth
sense. ,, by we bread scrape Whoopee! I love a young man said "Hello." I
grow old.HELPFUL I
those birds and the neighborslittle
told him I was Mrs. Mohr andI
*
female pup that comes to knew he did not want HINTS: If anything "
WILLIAM "The of life me, bolls
JAMES: great use get bones and other food I give but maybe I could help him. over In the oven, ..prlnkIe TripJL

is to spend it for something that will RICHARD STEELE: "There are few who her. She lets me pat her head Somehow we talked on and I salt on the spill. The odors __ '
and I tell her I love her. ThenI him will soon disappear and be easily six nags over ueorgia to be held at the schOOl.:
outlast asked if he knew
it. can grow old with good grace. my son cleaned when dry. To perk amusement park In Atlanta has
just feel so happy and thank- Albert Price, at the StandardGas Mrs James Grtffla heads a.
we .'. . . . . .. ._. ._ ._ ._ ._ .. eo.. ., ___ ... ful. Station. Yes, he knew him up house plants put your egg been chosen by the newly formed committee for organizing carwashes
0 -
= shells in a ouart of water, let ,eighth grade parent organization .
I think lalso told you thatlast quite well and I told him "FIe Bake sales will be han-
... stand for a day. Remove sheila as the site for a special
The October the Veterans Hospitalat dled Sy Mrs. Mitchelland
Bradford is
County --:-. my son. asked him.wherehe and water your plants. Saturday for BHS'ulghthgnd4 Fray
Indianapolis had the heart her committee.
worked and he said, 1
TELEGRAPH .....:: e.. specialist doctor examine me. In the Air Force." Whoopee am! Here are a few verses I love. students. Plans have been made to
'
)r' They make The parents met last Thursday
ji = "' He found my heart was causingmy Made me so happy and I told me happy. sponsor a booth at the Bradford
..ESTABLISHED!: 179 fr. shortness of breath, sick at him In War n I was a WACIn for Take time to pray, and praj to and form discuss a parent organization !- County; Fair where donations toward -
d7t/6161e. the stomach, and dizziness. My the Air Force. So I found others. end-of-the the trip can be made.
MIMea. blood too. lie Take time to laugh and be year plans for the class DrewRedill.h Items
A new commandment I give pressure was up out he is a pilot which made of merchandise'will be
thankful. was elected presidentof
prescribed a pill, "digitalis, me happier than ever Sunday given away to sele *holders
; FLORI A ESS unto you That ye love one an- I believe he called it. Now all he is leaving for Vietnam. I" Take time to LOVE, It Is what the group Bill Haas was e- of donation tickets -
,
I other; aa I have loved you winter I still feel weak but the told him to write to me andI makes you God-like. lected vice president, Mrs. n- The parent will
"AS S O T ONJai. that ye also love one another.St. other things that distressed me would tell him news and pray It is warm here, aout 63 ,rtironla Davis was selected secretary meet again tonightCTiuri( day,
-( John 13, 34.. ) are gone I am so happy and for his safety and happiness. degrees. The snow is gone Our and Mrs. James Griffls March 25) at the MNoJa School:
thankful. I am still weak and I hearts are gay to see the robIns will serve. treasurer. la the
: To break this commandment told him I had been In Saigonin The Social Studies area at
and the proposal to the
short of breath when I exer-: hyacinths are up. sponsor '*
7:30
1963
for : for further
an hour. That it p.m. planning
is to suffer the cancerous -
L. MATTBdEWS, E11tw.Z abfinrp clst any length of time at all. was a beautiful fertile tropical Even though weak: and get' trip to Six Flags was accepted of activities AU eighth grade

.......i eaoh Tkejedar arts ........ a ...... : disease and of hatred bitterness which- But I do my house work a country that raised such nice been breathless able, I am thankful have after shown a and film discussion of the park was parents and interested persons
resentment this held.
winter to was
minute. at time and lie draw
CfaM Matter aifh. rest Office few a fruit and vegetables, are urged to attend.
a& gterto, fflerUa. every.Nowonderth.Comm close to Various
can destroy us. To keep it is down for awhile thing Jesus and be happy. money-making activities Anyone who would"MUe' (
..., tawdw Act d March 3rd. 1/'n, to know mental, physical and Just now went out in the backyard lets want it. When I was in God bless you every one. are planned to help participate, in the fundfcvalslng to
eua.sr.ura Is tads areas 1 year $M*> OvfaUe and as scraps of finance the trip. Mrs. .W.J.
." spiritual happiness, the 1 saw paper Russia I was hungry all the projects or who would like more
'Inds areal I ,..... ..... divine reward of inner peace had blown from some source time. It is so far north that Love, Grandma Mohr. Frick and her committee In Information' should .
and strength. ,11 did not work a minute until the seasons are short and Ii P.S. Many up here now call charge: of planning a'tamlly Gerald Tucke at the Bradford
me just Grandma Mohr. night supper and entertainment :
Middle
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SP8l1Wl;.Club
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For Lovell Family SAVE
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The 1970-71 Spanish Club at r -

$79.16 Fund nrdsy.Bradford with March for High a the car 20.Luclll wash School held rslssd Lovsll Sat.. V hk ii rczk, 4\ --r \ '- -- tSI Green Stamps!

Membsrs at the club washed ; Everyday Low Prices!
car from 1 to 6 p.m. at Sha-, i
lord's Standard Oil station.Do-
nattng $10 each to the cauM Weekly Specials!
ww Howard Bowen and Bruc
Tb both of Stark*.
ar. being raised
for Mrs. Lovell. who will un-
dergo a kidney transplant

Fires Burn

161 Acres
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Thirteen forest fires In BEEF
'! Bradford County; tor the PE
week ending Monday, March OARrtN _
22 burned 181 acres, ac. TAaAPi.
colmng to the Florida Department -
of Forestry Head
quarters on SR-100.
Eight of the, fires were deliberately PRICES GOOD THURS., MARCH 25 SUN., MARCH 28
: set the Forest Ser-
vice reported, accounting for
69 of the burned acre. One
fir was started by lightning c + _
and burned 67 acres, and 25
acres: burned started.from fires carelessly I W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE CHUCK

Only: light rainfall was reported '
In the county; for the ,1.
week. New River tower reported 1
.5 Inches, the moat.
Louis Hill tower at Lawtey and
the Santa Fe tower each repor- )II
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County; rainfall average
through Monday for the month
Is 2.1 Inches. The 50 year aJ
average for March Is 3.15 Inches F ,
leaving the 1971 level to w,
date LOS Inches below that ti
mark.
Four-day; weather outlook 1
for the latter part of the SAVE 22C PER LB. LB.
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Christian Arts Festival Set


For Holy Week ExhibitionA


new feature will be added category .r t r t

this year to the noon day Holy 4. Parsons entering contributions
Week services, sponsored by should notify Rev. De-
the Starke Ministerial Alliance. Witt T. Farabee. pastor of the
Sponsors feel that a Christian church by Thursday April 1.
\ Arts Festival could bring a new All materials to be displayed
1 dimension of enjoyment and should be In Fellowship Hall '
: meaning to the Holy Week services by 9 ajn. Monday April 5. 'CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESSI CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST
to be held April 5-9. "We may start out small this I CHURCH'- 422 N. St. Clair St. Starke. Sunday School 9:43 BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday: Bible Study 10 ajn.;
a.m.
Members of participating year but the success of this Sunday School 0:45: enu; Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Morning Worship, U ajn.Youth 301 North behind Tastes Morning Worship, and Communion .
church congregations are Invited project will depend on the enthusiasm Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Sunday Fellowship, 8 Choir Practice Frees Drive In, Sunday Service. U ajn.' EveningWorship '
p.m. -
works of art and participation each ''Service 6:00p.m.Evening Worihlp RmllYo service 6.
to display
\ Evening, 7 Night Wednesday 8 School 10 ajn. Worship Service
pun.
which they have created. The of us gives,"Mr.Farabee said. 7 p.m.Thursday. Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 ajn. and 7 pjn. Prayer Wednesday Worship service
art work will be shown In Fellowship '' night Prayer Meet Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. ;5fervice 7:30 pjn. Wednes 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell.
Hall of the First United :30 p.m. -Rev.. Y.W. Kldd. pastor.
Methodist Church and some Robert B. Griffis Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN

will be placed In the two roomsat Sunday School 10 am. MornIng Grills associate: pastor CHURCH .

the entrance to Fellowship .. ". .. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Worship; 11.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Hall. Services for Robert B. Griffls BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST '630. Evening Worship 730. Worship 11 a.m. Evening
The following guidelines Sr., 81,of Ralford who died Richard Jarvis 633 W; Pratt St. Sunday ser- Sunday School 9:30; Training DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship -James Shaw pea-
should be followed In preparation Thursday March 18, were held vices: Sunday School Id ajn. Union 10:15 ajn.; Morning Worship BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER
BETHEL tor.
Monday In Faith To Be Ordained Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship _
Maccleimy
for this display: Preaching 11 ajn. Training U- 11 a.m.; Evening Worship.
Morn-
1. Children youth and adults Baptist Church with IntermentIn Sunday March 28th 'nlon, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 pjiut Prayer Meeting 7:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. Services 11 ajar and 7
: Imr Worship. 11 : Evening.
are encouraged to participate South Prong Cemetery. Ma- 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. ovout pjn. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
2. Arts creations should con- sonic rites were held at the -Elder A.G. Flynn pastor Wednesday.Pastor Rev. Robert West. Worship, 7:30 pjn.j; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor BROOKER FLA.
vey In some way for this week grave side. Richard Frank Jarvis,! pa.- Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
the meaning of the Christian Mr. Grlffls Is survived by tor of Laura Baptist Church: CHURCH OF GOD -Rev. J.& Saunders pastor. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol

Faith or a celebration of then' three daughters and three sons; will be ordained Into the min OF PROPHECY BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn- Superintendent.Training Union .
Christian Life four sisters Miss Bottle Grif istry in services to be held at Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas
3. Paintings, drawings art fis, Satsuma Mrs. Eva Mae Grace Baptist Church at 2:30 Worship 11 ajn. Young Worship, 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL p.m. Director. Worship Services Ham
banners photographic art, posters Tyson Mrs. )alma Bennett, both p.m. Sunday March 28. People's Service. 6 p.m. Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: : a.m. Sunday -Rev. Fred Johns pastor ., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,music -
collages, and sculpturewith of Jacksonville; and Mrs. Ber- Rev. Virgil Lovett, former Evangelistic Service 7 ship 8 pjn. Wednesday Night School 11 a.m. Morning Worship director.
the Christian motif are tha Grlffls Lawtey; five brothers pastor of the church will deliver Wednesday Prayer Meeting p.m. service 7:30: pjn. Everyone 6 pjn. Training Union
suggested. Each individual Is EUsha Grlffls Lake Butler the charge to the new 7:30 Come and welcome.L.L. 7 pjn. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
,
Truby and and Rev. Leon Odom pjn. worship Parker pastor Wednesday .7:30PrayerSer-: Highway 125. Northwest of
limited to two displays In each :: Dolth Grlffla, minister with 01. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
body of Satsuma will vices. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 ajn.
Grace
; Carlton Grlffts pastor of Baptist school
-Rev. Bobby Harris pester Sunday ;; : 9:45 a.m.
Ralford; Clyde Grlffls deliver the charge to the church. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Faster Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday Morning Worship II. Training

3-Day Assembly Lawtey; eight grandchildren All members of bom church GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Sunday School 10 ajn. Night Service Prayer 7:30: p.m. Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service -
and two Invited to Wednesday Meeting
great-grandchildren. es, and friends are WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Pre- 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Of Witnesses Mr. Griffls AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 pjn. Rev. Albert Knight
was a native of attend the ordlnadonceremony. Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday Booster Band Young Service 730.
Services
Starts March 26 the Bradford Ralford County community and lived wherehe In School U 9:30 4pm.: Morning Worship, People and Prayer Service), 6p.m. Morning Sunday Worship School,11 a.m.9:45: Even-ajn.; pastor -Rev. 1.. Tommy Howe
; League, NlghtService
Evening Worship 7 p.m. pastor.
was employed as a correc- CHRISTIAN 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday Ing Worship 7pm.;Wed.Prayer LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH .
tional officer at Meeting and Bible Study 7p.m. School 9:4.5'a.
the State Pri Sunday
pastor i .j.;
being finalized for DIMENSION"The 7:30 Rev. John Strickland,
Plans are He : pjn. Study on Book of Psalms.
i son. retired In 1952 and Morning Worship lla.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
a three-diy allllembl.'ofJehov- moved to St. Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone
Witnesses at the Bradford Petersburg wherehe FIRST UNITED METHODIST lag Worship, 7:30 p.m. Midweek LATTER DAY SAINTS
ah's was at the time Trees, A Sanctuary"In Welcome. 1404
High School In Starke of death. He STARKE Bible Study Wednesday.. E. Bessent Road
County CHURCH
HOPE BAPTIST
was a member of the 7:30 Sunday Priesthood 8:30
Baptist : p.m.Be : a.
starting March 26.Approximately Church and Ralford Masonic I Chronicles 16:33: the BI- Sunday School. 9:45; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa)
m. Sunday Sch"l,10. Sacrament
In church a.m. -
Sunday
1,000 are expected Worship, 11 Junior and Senior _
Lodge No. 82. ble says "Then shall the trees ; Sunday School- a.m. Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUB'ssSunday
6
to hear W.B. Wlssman of the wood sing out at the pre- MYF groups 6 p.m. Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training Service:Sunday Sch._ Frank Jarvis, pastor. Monday p.m.Mia
7:30
: give the Bible discourse on the sence of the Lord." When I Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal. Union 6:30 p.m. ; Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship : pjn.
subject, "What is Betlnd: the Alice MaeThompkina trees all 7 pjn. Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15 IF WE Tuesday Primary 4:30 P.m.
look at the wondrous Ing p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service,7:15: JDO1HT\{ HAVE IT Wednesday Relief
Spirit of Rebellion? This that comes to mind Is the beautiful 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Wednesday Night PrayerServices p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun we'll ret "It for you' Off..o 7:30.P.m. Society
discourse will be the highlightof song. "Only Cod Can Makea 7:45.: 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30 p.m. Supplies. Furaltar Equipmenl. Jesse D. Branson Branch
the three-day assembly and Tree." The trees proclaimthe -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Packham pastor. -J.C. Brown minister ', Bradford County President.
Is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday Mrs. Alice Mae Tompkins Presence of God. Walking Telegraph, ,
March 28. f native of Bradford County; redwood forest, a
a through a LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL
Featured on the opening session March 19, at her to a .____ ___un
for 6:45: p.m. Friday died home Friday.In Jacksonville where climax group of of beauty tourists and came wonder as Sunday HOLINESS School CHURCH 9:45: a.m.; wmj j 1;jmiffi}r:jjf;:: ;1;;: $; f:!:{:f:1mF.j1:::':: .;[:ffi .irS: $M im 11 j ;1:1: 1m: 1:1:1:::::1: [: mj11j1:1[;[ ;;::[: S m1m:;:;;::':j1jmj1nmU; [[ ; [ [j11iliIjfj [ [; !;

March 26, will beamodelMlnIstry she had lived most of her life they faced the great; "cathe Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth

School similar to the of ones Jehovah's She was a member the Church dral" tree: twelve trees grown Service 6 pjn.; Evening Wor- jfj PAINT. Protects wood and metalGOD'S 1II 1 1 1
Congregations -
I held of Jesus Christ Latter Day Into one. Their prayers of ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. :' .......
Witnesses throughout :::
I, the world. This school has been Saints. praise and adoration found an Prayer Meeting 7:30: M? the soul mm1
Surviving are four daughters outlet In the lines carved on WORD Protects
Instrumental Id the'training of three sisters 20 grandchildren p.m.Rev. :" :::::
a plaQUe and nailed within the W.B. Chauncey pastor. "
the three to four thousand Min- }:
isters that are now added weekly dren., and 12 great-grandchil open trunk of the tree. This poem NORTHSIDE BAPTIST l As I paint )protect seal and metal from decay, rust, and corrosion t so the mII
was written by Joseph B.
to the one and a half million Funeral services were heldat Straui. builder of the Golden CHURCH 11;>;. promise found in God'n word J protect the soul from the eviU of sin anxiety and ;

Jehov-iii's who' are Witnesses.'now serving as ville I p.m.with Interment Monday In In Jackson-River- Gate This Bridge Is their: temple vaulted 9:45:Sunday: ; Sunday Morning School 11.Worship Sunday, :;;:;:;, despair. Hear God's wonderful promises )proclaimed from the pulpit in the m1jiJ1 ;[

An Interesting{ program: Is side Memorial Park Cemetery. high Evening Worship 6 p.m.Train ; ; church of your choice this Surni t. Thew )promises so heard will accomplish 1:1tm :;:[:
also scheduled for Saturday ing Union 7:30.Thursday .
evening at 6:45": >t.m. The pub And here eye we pause with reverent -: Teachers and Officers wonderful things in ;your) soul and heart, for Cnd! says of His Word "It shall l11.m .

lic Is also cordially Invitedto fromffh eBillleFor With silent tongue and awestruck Meeting 630. Prayer not return unto me! void, but It shall accomplish that which I e..ease.! and it shall .. r1
attend this meeting which Meeting 7:30.Edward: .
will be very educational.All what U a man profitedIf For here soul we; sense life's proper C. Harvey pastor. ${11 i prosper\ in the thing whereto:' I sent It." Isaiah 55:11.;): g1b

sessions are free;no collections he shall gain the whole goal. <..... .......
are taken. world and lone hiM own noul To be like these straight PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL ).:.:. I a:::f'

-St. Matthew 16.26.) true and fine, METHODIST CHURCH s m:
u u To make our world like Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Yr :A'+ .
ONLY Zl DAYS LEFT theirs shrine Ing Worship 11 Youth : rL.r
a ; a.m. Ser- g.: r t.Y' __ J
Sink down oh traveler on vice 6 pjn.' Evening Worship :.4: ; 'c AiL Wi
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your knees. 7:30 p.m.
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STOP God stands before you In Rev. Neal Starling pastor. rE x
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these trees. [: *
The trees make us aware of S i J s:
MIDNIGHTBiJRN OIL the Providence of God. Consider AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH M
the bountiful blessings of Sunday School 10 ajm. Morning .

the trees. They do more than Worship, 11 1 a.m.; Evening : .-,,,1.\" \, \\'STHt,.._ :..::.:.'I)
give us food. Calvin Coolldge Worship. 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer :!;::), I '-':: .,. < .:.:::.

.yrr J: :_ \ ON YOUR wrote: "Flourishing than timber woodlandsmean Meeting and Bible Study ;r: .. ..., <= 9. ...._ .. t 1
more crops, .
7 P.m. Young Peoples MeetIng ::::: l.t I>_H-' II...1>_ ;_-=k : ::::: .
permanent Industries, and an every Monday 7 p.m. I i i
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11 : '
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adequate supply of wood. They G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone (: 'U .,
INCOME TAXThis minister to our need for the Welcome.ST. :x.::::::,: -.1, 1Jf\""' 'y.! :'.':::':::':. ...

outdoor recreation; they preserve i:::::";, .* tens It Mi ofomtt'' corny to Kmwit t I :}::::.{:i.r :: :.':.
animal and bird life : 0' ;:::::
they
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EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Y l t. ipttomt MM :::::: :
protect and beautify hillsides :. ::: : :. .
our CHURCH STARKE ::'r':: :: hi men on4.)Nil*mwi41'.. moo It wcondM .;: :::: ::
This smart! Don't and feed our streams; Father James Cregan pastor. .+:.::.:f:{.: ta i Nitt .low ly .lonn| kH Mihb, *> WlllMnlIhn '0' :..::.:.:.:::
burn the midnight oil, Complete $ they preserve environment the Inspiring which has natural Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday ::1( I "......"* lo Ho. .lw. tl Cod... .. prim' :}::i:}:;{ ,
worrying with tax figures. Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass ::: 'f hi mtiit 01 uclny contributed much Amer- :
Why not let BLOCK fig- Returns ican character.so to 7 p.m. ::+:1:# I ,....<.ftft onri. Hw. k...*.... vliKll wt ...101.. 'AIr5 ::::::::

ore your return quickly The trees therefore turn our Confessions. -. Saturday 6 f;::1 .4 ,tuttea.. inn ,iMnloWr, oimli Ihtfttof." nxi \Vr'I :[.:.;:.;::1. : '
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and :
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dependably insure minds to the of God. r. ,
of benefits In Psalms purposes 1:1-3 It p.m.School of Religion Jr:::f ;4. t:1 ,lie read ,lot ,lie wlit ol Ita mllort rf h"".. .:::.:.::.::
you maximum rtm : says: Grade School -- Sunday 11 :':':'J ....., 0 ::::
Drop in today I You'll be UP "Blessed Is the man that walk- :::: \Iy' Mil and hit lams" Ityontf Ifiot. h. t. ::::::::
glad we gO.1ogether. eth not In the counsel of the a.m. to 12 noon. f j:1, dray Moan ihwild oNt4. ontf. portHioolo lo ii: i:::1i::
) .. ..... ... High School -- Wednesday A '
ungodly nor standeth In the ::::::i A Hit CIliHlll boas. It ,Itlll Hit "Hulll ak"r :r'::*:::

Wo .......... oceunfo OUARANTII preparation;;or...., tea roturn.If way of sinners nor sltteth In 7 to 8 p.m. :i;: ;:: y! mon t Hit, ....'h onO d.....,. Itw hunt, whkh y! 1:1:;::;:
1L wo ......' any at.., thot cost you any penalty or i the seat of the scornful But ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC fS::::> i'i l .Ie..11.. .' him Ifit ft Nvt .. hiM"' tl j', ::::::::
Intgrott wo will pay that ponqlty er k.tvot.HtR __ his delight Is In the law of MACCLENNY w M

the Lord; and In his law doth Sunday CHURCH Mass 12 a.... ..... -..- ....- -..- .Ut'' :.:.:.:.
noon. Holy :::: l .4 Ir
he meditate day and night. And 1> 441> <=
B311. CK? O. he shall be like a tree planted Day Mass 5:30 pjn.
: by the rivers of water that -
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AMERICA'S URGES TAX SERVICE WITH OVER 5000 OFFICES brlngeth forth Ms fruit In his GRACE BAPTISTCHURCII.STARKE
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season his leaf also shall not r.L, %s. .}'h ?X r: c'...##}; ;{{.; .
wither;;and whatsoever he doe- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning : XM{{{ .ar,. ......:. .,... .. .:.,..,...... :.L.... ..::, :. r,M1
till N. WALNUT ST.Op. th shall prosper." Worship at 11. Training

..* .:... lo t ...... Mon. .... VH .....Are5 -J.C. Christian Brown Jr.Church.MinisterFirst Union 730.:6:30: p.m.Wednesday Evening Prayer Worship STARKE "66"

SSSS J >eBSl HO Ar>rOI JTMNT. MCISa.Y; SSSSSBBSBBSBBBM Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. FLORIDA SERVICE
*-+* ******* + *** < ** *+0 Odom Jr., pastor.ST. .

MADISON STREET g'J EST Hill Edwnrds I'h. 964-7231
Pine BAPTIST CHURCH MARK'S EPISCOPAL -
Valley Congregational CHURCH, STARKE $ 'IF Tire Tru-ing
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. c:> ONTROLSOIIuf.
Morning Worship at 11: Train- Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd ::' .' '. Headlight Adjusting
Holiness Ing Union 6:15: ; WMIi Prayer Sundays 11 a.m. Morning Prayer .
Circle 7:15; Evening Worship, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Brake Service
11 a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
Located off 301 Down ChurchJ& 7:30.Monday -- Youth Choir Practice Lenten service Wed. nights, Wheel Balance and

Bradford Furniture 7 p.m. Friends 7:30 p.m., prayer sermon and 539! E. Call St. Starke Fla. AllpmentISROlU"1'
Tuesday -- Mission discussion.
Girls In Action, Acteens 3:30.: EYC-Sundays. 6 p.m. 24-IfR. WRECKER SERVICE\ Phone 964-5745 for FREE ROAD SERVICE
Saturday Night RA's 6 pm.Wednesday.
Hlway 301 and 100
-- Prayer Meeting -John M. Flynn Rector Inspections and Estimates AU Minor Repairs

7:30: ; Church Choir Practice *10 8. Temple Starke
7s30Sponsored 830. 617 N. Temple Are. Starke

Denton Sumrall, pastor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
By Featuring
t. ': -' STARKE STARKE BUILDERS BRADFORD
The Servants -' EDWARDSGrocery
The Gospel I'j' Sunday School 9:45: ; MornIng -
Of Jacksonville f Worship at U, sermon SUPPLIES Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
Messengers : k "Matching Faith with Fact".
And The Training Union, 6:15: ; Evening
Pram Hardware Groceries Meats Feed I Better Service; For Your
Gospel Messengers Worship, 7:30: sermon "God Featuring Ace
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Q'he Biblthere
and the Prophet Elijah". .. GAS AND OIL Title Problems
Of Starke ... U no God like Thee Monday -- Youth Choir Practice Complete Paint Suppliesand

...Who keepeat covenant with 7 pm.Tuesday Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstracts
Thy servant that walk before -- Junior Choir, 3:30
These Sfngn will be) Held Thee with all their heart.I .- pjn.. Girls In Action, 415.: : S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance

A Each Month ( Kings 8, 23.) Supper Wednesday 6 pjn.-; Prayer Family Meet-Night "Check With U. First" PHONE 96 -5312 15H \V. Call Ph. 9 .&-S881

'+: Loving God, living' and be- tag R.A., Girls In Action 6:30 219 Washington St. 964-5270
+ ing and moving in Him. is no njn.; Teachers and Officers

Everyone Invited part-time just-on-Sunday Meeting, 7:15 pjn., Chureh
practice if we are to fulfill 'racute, III: *. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. < :
Gosp.l Messengers ourselves as His children.The Thursday Church-Wide
TfTe ol Stark Will Be At The Church truly blessed are those who Visitation, 7 pjn. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better


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.. .. BROOKER in BRIEF New Officers
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Nominated By Community i
BY LINDA G. COX News
__ fi.-\\ Historical GroupThe By Elizabeth livens' Walker.
Mr. and Mrs John Green and
of, evening, March 18, at the home tol attended a Nation-wide Bible -
wen son. Allen visiting Mr.Memphis and Mrs.Term.Les of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conference sponsored by nominating committee of Ebenezer Baptist Church, are asked to have a written report District will begin In Jacksonville Keller Street has successfully
ley Green and ton Joe also Mr. Roy Green.Mrs.Green,assisted the Southern Baptist Convention the Bradford County; Historical Rev Leroy Davis Pastor Monday Thursday at St. James completed the 12 weeks 3ABR-
;
and Mrs. Stanley Green by her daughter AUeen held in Dallas Texas Society; submitted the following night Bible class Thurs The services will terminatefor AME Church. Rev. C.E. Jenkins 70230-1 Administration Specialist
and
children, Deborah., Don and served her guests a delicious March 15-18. FQr :a daily class, slate of officers for 1971- day night prayer meeting will the day with the morning will attend. Course at Keesler A.F.B., I
and Mrs. Pearl meal. After a dessert of birth- Mr. and Mrs. Bristol chose 72 at a meeting last Thursday be held with Mt, Slnl Association. service. The district Confer- Edward O. Smith son of Mr. Mississippi. !He Is home on a
Doug
recently; Mr. and Mr..Chasten Snider Pierce opened her lovely gifts. their other classes were President James Bloodworth; session at Friendship Mission
, Others present for this "What the ary Baptist Church, Gaines-
Jacksomllleri. occasIon Bible could say to Vice President Joe Glssy; Secretary -
from spent Friday were: George O.Pierce ville, Rev S.J. Brown Pastor
night March 12, with Mr. and children"; "What the Church: Mrs. Fremont Tolles; ,
daughter Audrey Mrs.Tommy can do for Youth" and "Par March 27. Friday night before
Evan Treasurer, Mrs Nate Dyal and
and Mrs. Hodges. Mr. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ent-Child ; the 4th Sunday in April is Jun-
Relationship. 95 Bible
Snider and Mr. Hodges Librarian Miss Della Rosen NOTIfE;
en- Green ior
Choir
and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Scholars taught classes at Anniversary. I he
loved fl hn| <7 nt NAwnnn.1akA! T Woman's
Starling. this he' Day program will be
March conference. One of these new slate will be votedon
13.
caiurht on Saturday 3A fish. They Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green Dr George Beasley Murray at the April IS meeting.Old held the first Sunday in May.
) and children, Ken Choir Union will be held Sun
Barter and Jill of from London, England taught aerial studied
Ellen
Mrs. and hereon maps were -
and Ms family,' Mr. and Wildwood, were visiting Ken- a class on the Book 0'// ".Reveladon" and faint lines could be detected day at 3 p.m. March 28. MOBILE HOMEHOMESTEADERS
neth's parents and his sister, which Mr. and Mrs. Indicating the outline of Greater Bethlehem -eeWUl
Mrs. Bobby Barber. Sherrie Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and Bristol thoroughly enjoyed. what la believed to be the area Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper
David and Robbie of Jacksonville -
visited Ellen's Alleen Sunday, March 21. They bought this study on tape where Fort Harllee was located Williams pastor. Monday,
Mrs. Lottie Edwards, sister Satur- Mr. *nd Mrs. George O. along with several other 90- in Bradford County; north Tuesday the rehearsal will con-
March 13. Pierce entertained with a cook- minute tapes of other religious of the Santa Fe River. A tentative tinue for Easter at 7:30.: Wednesday -
day out to honor Mrs. Pierce's father studies. Their whole trip wasa date of Sunday, May 2. < : Prayer meeting at 7:30.
Martha Gayle' Lewis All
brated her 10th birthday cele- Roy Greon, on his birth- wonderful, thrilling, and inspirational was set for a trip to the Fort Thursday rehearsal for Eas Persons Claiming Homestead On Mobile Homes
wit)
day
Saturday afternoon, March experience for Harllee area !In the hope that ter. Frldav night the Annual
a party, March at her 18. About'home 21, Thursday 20. Out of town guests Included them.. Bro. Ron Bristol shared some evidence of the old fort Ushers Anniversary wilt be Purchase An "RP"License Plate This Year.
guests some of Mr. Green's chil part of their trip with the might be found. held, bath Juniors and Seniors.
enloved a hamburger' frv. nlav- dren and their families. Brooker Baptist Church: Sun- Mrs. Tolles reviewed an article Mrs. Prince, President of the
Ing games and eating birth Mr. and Mrs.J.T.Taylor and day night. March 21. Senior Ushers Board. The You
Everyone Should
in a South Carolina pub- Your
cake. Martha Bring Contract
day Gayle's mother children Tommy And/Or/ Title If
Boyce
Mrs. Malcolm Cindy enjoyed listening to him lication giving information a- speaker will be Rev. C.E. Jenkins
Lewis,was and Lee Roy from Palatka Mr. speak of his experiences dur- Pastor of Greater Allen
casion.hostess for tile afternoon oc and Mrs. Bobby Brannon and ing the week, and bring a good bout(later MaJ.promoted William to general W.'Harllee)who Chapel Church. The Senior : You Have One To The Tax Assessor's Office. We
daughter. MIcah. from Jacksonville message about witnessing for Choir will serve. Saturday the
honored Mrs. George with a aurol"l1l8|,0. Pierce Birth-was and Alton Green 01 the Lord. Bro. Ron Bristol! is commanded Carolina Volunteers a battalion, of and South for League will be selling in the Will Issue A Certificate To Obtain Your License
Wildwood.
a Deacon of this church.He and kitchen. Sunday Is Youth Day.
day dinner given,! ) Thursday Mr. and MrSj. Ronald Bris- his wife would be glad to share whom Fort Harllee was named. Morning service at 11, Leagueat Plate. This Will Be A Permanent And
any of their knowledge, learned 4 p.m. Evening service, 6 Tag Will .
from this wonderful trip they My Neighbors"Why p.m. Dinners will be sold Sunday Cost $1.00.If ,
were blessed to take, with any at 12:30. The Fourth Sun- .
of the churches In this area. day In April is Annual Youth
FLORIDA THEATRE Our thoughts and prayers go Day. On this day we will choosea
with our pastor, Rev. James new Miss Bethelom. The con- You Have Any Question On This Or Other Tax
STARKE L. Temple, to the Medical Cen- testants are Miss Lula Cuffle,

FLA. ter where, Thursday he will,undergo March surgery 25.- Misn Darllne Paula Carter.Reed, and Miss Matters, Please Feel Welcome To Call On Us.

Rev. Temple is pastor of the Allen Chapel Church Rev
FRI.-SAT-SUN.: MARCH 26-27-28 Brooker Baptist Church.HAMPTON. C.E. Jenkins Pastor, will be
host to the second quarterly
DOUBLE FEATURE conference with Rev. C.E. Tos- THANKS;
ton, Presiding Elder, in charge.
Sunday services will begin with

i i "A SHOCKER! FASCINATING!" :]J 1111 Service Sunday school at II, Rev.at 10.Toston Morning will GENE LONG,

By; Mew D. B. m& deliver the message. The busIness TAX ASSESSOR
-New York Daily NewsTHIS : no it IS an engagement session will be held In
6 ring. I can see the diamond
the morning service.All boards
IIJTHE DAWNING OF THE AGE OF
1I plain as anything!

:IIe: -- :."-"\:. ." 1'1.1' ., II'" ;' ..I I !, I. I I :I II'' MRS.M...SAXON'S. George Saxon BIRTHDAY was guestof .
'' < ;
'''' honor at a birthday dinner
FORBIH PROJECT" Sunday at the E.L. Blrt home
aJ "fL'THE celebrating her 88th birthday.
,, ... [GP| <3> Present were Mrs. Inez Kay
of Jacksonville and her son and
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOlOR' PANAVISIOW daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Davis of Cornelia Ga.,
j and their sons Casey. Kim and
Jason; Mrs. Ernestine Strick-
land of Waldo Mr. and Mrs.
PLUS Rudolph DeWaters and Mrs.
Katie Saxon of Hampton, and
the Birt family. Mr. and Mr.
Ernie Darling of Starke also
visited during the afternoon.
1 1 I Mrs. Saxon was able to return -
,UI to her home In town last .
ONUS KIT aoee TMMJ WIDNISDAV, MARCH *i. 171.QUANTITY RIOHTS
week, .after several weeks In
Nimes'PAMAy1SION' COLOR by teLwr' united Artiste
I the hospital and the last six (
weeks with leer son-in-law and
IISINVID's
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Blrt
at their lIome.'StmPJUS .
,
.
{of'

301 Mrs. Foster PARTY Hayes was honored -
DRIVEINShow with a surprise birthday u. n.
party at the Hayes'! home on)

Begins At Sundown Friends Wednesday and evening neighbors last week.were 1411&ijII(1ilLIT4 I f1iJti.IILlL4 IflI11111l1'22if4 vii..li1lIEi5J iN It'll 11JI 1r'1112!L1 I17s.hijlAizJ.lr
iCHUCKUII : =
served refreshments of 1
dips
FRI., SAT. MARCH 26, 27 and chips, cake and punch from
Doubts the dining table of a dining set
Feature ProgramIn which was Mrs. Hayes birthday -
gift.
1918 this man traveled
PERSONALSO'Juno ;
the South with a portable Ellis of Georgetown, t I.b .Ll..rr/n.11 + .rr t

j electric chair. S.C.evening arrived for In a Hampton visit with Sunday her- ; (CHUCK nrnwrtnnmr ..r-.AGAR S JMOKED PuRA _

Mrs.J.C. l! !!
rr ax mother AdkIns.Mr. Picnic, ,
Style
AdMns is much improved following -
x, her recent illness, and Shoulder'
1 her Is able home.to be up and about at ROAST STEAKS

I Mr. and Mrs Jasper Byrd
have moved Into the trailer formerly IAV'UP earl urro '-
occupied by Mrs. Edna Lb. $199
Eayre, on SR 325 leading south : 58* 12:1: ..... con I/hT l/li/(/
PLUS from Hampton. C" U.S.CHOIC I IV..TDA. i L8COMPARE'
Mr. and lira. Donald Fort
have nearly doubled the living -

A VIRUS OF DOOM space in their home In .. .
:
Hampton with a recent addl- ..",." $ Yr
ENVELOPS THE Uon. Enlarging both the front JUMBO SIZE I uinrur, Ipana Tooth Paste ...., .u-- 21$1$1.16/ ; 7k a J) U.S. NO. I WHITE
and back of their frame home,
EARTH! they gained extra in the I url M TO 404 .
space Miracle Whip 'OA.Ww'" n 0. 59c 73* n.
kitchen and living areas. POTATOESL2G49c
Mrs. Mary Williams attend- ALL Strawberry Preserves I--1: ; 59c 69t to*

meeting ed a luncheon of postmasters and business of the i Sunaid Grape Jelly ", 45 sa. e.

second Springs district on Wednesday In Green; Cove last. L Blue Plate Apple Jelly .".*. 39c 43e 4c I !

week. 9.99J Suave Shampoo ".r.1':: :"...r 2/l/ st.3 38.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Eggersand
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Filmed In Penaaa' on" and Melrocolot two sons of Martinsville, Suave Hair Sprayntrss"; :: 49c 6Ie m

Ind.. visited here last week with "' 67
Miss Breck Hair Spray .,.rr lie 21e
Mr. and Mrs.Carl Trlsler and
-. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trifler ( Hair Spray.rsvssr"4: 49c 3?. K* mnur et

SUN.-MON. MARCH 28-29 friends and family.of the Trislers The Eggers', made, Giant112lb.BREAD. r White Rain Hair Spray -:z C 99c 11.2. *. lanlflt FANCY COIDIN RIPI \

DOUBLE FEATURE the Florida trip in a camper Get Set Hair Spray ?:SSTAS49' : : < m 10*
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van.Mrs.. Gerald Adkins spent lastweekend Oft MimMMUl Peanut Butter ?x: 98c $1.09 I m .lIANANASLD

... ...ALLTHELOVIM.... ; | In Jacksonville with Halo Hair Sprayvrar::: : 49c 59t 10*

.her_ ..son-in-law.._.._. _and_ daughter__ .
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MEET COUSIN -
ZESt SISTER Smith. On Saturday they drove 29c 10
SUE, UNCLE LUKE AND to Ft. Pierce to visit Mrs. Right Guard ..::;' rr.-VoVr.: 2/lsoa/ at*
COUSIN TRISHA THEY WERE Adkins' brother
who suffered a heart, J.B.attack Prissier recently 24oz Potato Chips *:;::::.:' 38 59t at<

(THE CLOSEST OF KIN) and Is now able to M Rice-A-Roni .ssssr:: :: 3I1/ $1.11' 174t
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home. OUt FANCY NIW YIL1OWONIONS.
...UNTIL THEY MET CINDY COMPARE! ia'ci'::: :':- 'ie: Chinatown Rice ""'0 39c ,se 6t
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Robert vam' tortell8d. I
Crackdown ContinuesOn bond for not being Identifiedas EUWioci8M1.
delivering carrier; Gary
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Vandorp for no log book;Welter .
(COIIt'cJ from Pfc. I 1) Lee McThyer for no driver's Starke :
,, ,. Failure To license,} Rash Leroy Aaron West' Of '
Service SfiUun Pslatfca. AppearTuesday's Fufus Ransom,PercyEv- On State R.ad 100
erett Sullivan Jr. for failure
Donna Marie Lee 18, St. Augustine to have vehicle under control; Discount LiquorSpeciulS:
sponsored by LeHa'aDrus
James Eliy Keene 1B. Mar-
o Shop of Starke. session of plea day and the failure to yield right- send, James Cretan, Lloyd A. lene Brown Greager,Bruce David -
In County; Court whittled a of-wajr charge against Joseph Slemon, Ginger Sue Allen, Boyle for no Inspection
Janet Adams, 18, KeyitoneHeight standing-room-only courtroom Kerrigan. Young Edward-Hail Jr- Hen. sticker; Arthur Vincent Jenn- .
tAlJ.sponsored by Cunning down to nine cases-beaded for ry B, Geevert Johm''EdwlnWoods stte for Improper backing. .
ham's Gulf,, Keystone Heights. the court calendar,one prelimInary Those who to did not were answer Wil- Robert William Loeb. In two Juvenile cases, the .. :
appear .
heaiing and three continued summons Judge told the offenders, "Youdon's
Tina Christiansen.,Holmes lie Richard Wlms, Charles Fined $36 for speeding after
to April 27
Beach, sponsored by Jackson's plea day. Randall Haven, Robin Francis they pleaded guilty; were J.C. have guardian angel I to I Good Thru April 3PASSPORTSCOTCH
Building Supply; of Starke. Repeating last month's crack- Vantine. J.D. Rich, Wesley Er- Bennett. John Edward Griffls take care of you; you have alert to
Be
down on offenders who Ignorethe nest Jenkins, Bruce Cordon Herman Lee Allen Victor York take care of yourself.
Debbie Guy, 17, Orange Park, every second." In both cases, :
summons to for Lewis
appear plea Schnltzler, Bradford Nettles, Lucious Troutman.
Starke
sponsored by Builder'sSupply. their driver's licenses were
day to state their case. Judoe DlnJdns. Sarah Benton Reid Frances J. Lloyd Rlley Nicholas W. $5.99CANADIAN!
Theron Yawn ordered a warrant' Robert W. Ten Etch. Hubert Brack. Fines of $26 for suspended
Janice Jones, 17, Palatka, for arrest and bond of$1501 set I Don Hatcher, for unlawful speeding or other traffic offenses On charges of Issurlng worthless -
sponsored _by the Palatka Jay- for each of 24 who failed to I speed; for inspection sticker were) charged to Sharon checks: ,France.Lloyd was i MIST
fined $26 and told to make restitution -
cees. appear Tuesday morning. violations, Betty; Chaney Size- Diane Norton, Jeff David Brad- I Qt. '$4.99WHIT.EHALl.VODKA
Jacquelyn Kay King, 17. Or- more, Herman Charlie Thompson ford, Travis Marlon McLendon. or 10 days In Jail; William I
The courtroom and adjoining Jene Rhoden, $26 and -
Park sponsored by Kitchens' t restitution
ange Thomas J. Wilson, Matthew Alberta Dean Johnson, RobertD. ;
Y halls were packed for the 10 In on
Tile of Starke. Beckworth, Elliott Davis DeRochemont, Edward Ger- or days Jail .
Sandi LIneberry, 18, Orange session, with the usual maJor- each of two charges; MarionR.
Everett Lee Morris, Robert ald Hilllard Jr.. Alrlc Edward I qt. $4.99
Park sponsored by Starke Patrolman Pat Henry Inspects the damage don. In Sunday'a ity; of charges for unlawful Duncan MacLeod, James Russell Carr, Toya Ann Carter, Rich- Gntlln, $26 plus restitution,
ChryslerPlymouth.Janice on. ear accident which speed. or 10 days In Jail; Hill Llnd .
critically injured two teenagers. Thompson, George Alfred ard Johns. George Stephen Cunningham -
Loll 17. Starke sponsored "You've heard the story a- Osmundsen Jr., Marjolre E. and Iola L. Brown on (also known as Doris Link Hill) I' JIM BEAM
by Slade Gas Co.,Starke. bout chopping off the dog's talla two charges, Improper back- $10.50 and restitution or three Qt. $5.49'WHITEHALL
Diane Mauldln, 19, Macclen- little at a time so It won'thurt wyman; Albert Gerald Eldrige, Ing and leaving the scene of days In jail.Forfeiting
ny. so much? That's what we- no driver's license; Walter an accident. bond for voluntary
Llndy McClll 18, Lake Butler 2 Critical "'re doing In this country whenwe Rhoden worthless check; Jessie Intoxication were Robert Ken- GIN 0
sponsored by Delta Kappa Injure 80,000 a year In automobile Roy Hilliard, failure to Minimum fines of$16.50 costs: neth Lanblng, Rufus R. Hutch- .
Gamma Sorority; of Lake City; accldentfar more yield; and Allen Grady Ches- were given to violators of Inspection Ins, Vernell Richards Drake, Ot. $3.99
Junior College than are Injured In Vietnam" hire, failed to obey stop sign. certificates, or fish- Louis Smart Woodrow Wilson

Gloria Prevatt, 16, Starke, the Judge reminded speeders bond for unlawful spectton certificates, driver's Harper. Charles Wilbur Har Watch For Our
sponsored by Mitchell's Drug From CrashTwo Forfeiting or fishing licenses who had per. LlUlam LouIse Burch for-
Store, Starke. Stephen J. Coble was fined speed were Allen Dean For- since had the violation correc- feited bond on a charge of pro- Specials Each Week
$101, Fred Buck Barnard, and tune, Robert E.Stelnforth,William ted Larry In
Margie Lou Prevatt,17, Mac- : Wayne Langford, fane language a public place.
clenny, sponsored by Paul's Barry Arthur Garten,$76 each, h Earle Soules. William William T. McNeese, Keith P.
Itexall Pharmacy of Mncclenny. and Jerry Mulsey $51 I for unlawful Louis Platt, Ruby Moxbey, Hays, Morris Julius Aaron,Robert -
of five persons In a 1970 Patrolman Pat Henry who investigated speed. Braithwaite, Larry Brown, Brantley Turner, Charles
Raye Sands, 17, Macclenny. Chevelle which crashed Into a the accident. The Cases where the defendant Clifton Edward Ramsey, Ron- David Dickens, Laura Bray I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home '
sponsored by Sands Motors of power pole on Pratt StreetSunday pleaded not guilty; and trial ald Nelson Calonge,R.E.Craig, Jackson, Wade Benjamin Riv-
Macclenny. : car went out of control, Henry Catherine Rhoden Higglnbo-
afternoon are In critical set for the court docket Included ers Jr.. Roger Harold Aldfred
Sara WhlM,', 16. Macclenny. condition in Gainesville and said, and crashed Into the Willie Fayson, chargedwith tham, Willie Gordon, Rebecca Charlie Eugene David, Jefro
sponsored by Karelle's Town Jacksonville accordIng utility; pole In front of the Ger- Sowell Aune, Larry L, Davlson, Watkins. STARKE
hospitals, contributing to the delinquency
Shop of Macclenny. ald Williams home. Wadell Foakey, Dallas Lamar
to tho Starke Police
minors Jane
Depart- of Yager
; Walter Brown fined $26 PHONE 9618200KEYSTONE
Crawford, Earl Clyde Norell, was
ment. Klrchalne was charged wiui failure to surrenderdriver's
Connie Williams., Palatka, Boyles, James Bowers Campbell, for no driver's license; Ron-
Injured two reckless driving and causingan
were teenagers: license, registrationand
James Franklin Buchanan ald Eugene Lloyd, $36 for failure
Isaac
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Mark Cllsson, 16, who was accident. He Is presently tag; Eugene Carver sellIng -
to have vehicle
Rackley Jr, Bryce Crom- under control -
sponsored by the CIvltal Club, reported; Improving Tuesday in in tho Bradford County; Jail alcoholic beverages to min- well Titus U. Martie Vernon : Hllery Burch. Michael HEIGHTSPHONE
Staihc. Duval Modlcal Center. He was had been released ors; Bradley Dean Blddle.trespassing Keith
Klrchalne Leverson
{ Touchstone, Richard Shiddle $16.50 each for 47.1-3176:
Pearce Wolf red. 16, Starke reported to have a possible ; Tom Kenneth Hardy,
from the county; Jail only Friday Touchstone, Charles Edward unlawful speed; Janet Arnlta
sponsored by Ute Bradford ruptured liver ; night on bond on a pre- dumping garbage on private Padgett, Alda Virginia Town- Brunslde, $26 for reckless dri
County; Hospital Auxiliary. Gay Young 14, la In the University vious charge of breaking Into property; ; Alford Lewis lark, .
Patricia Diane Yarborough, ; of Florida Medical Center his ex-wife's house trailer,according failure_ to yield_right-of-way; ." '
17, Macclenny, sponsored by with 1 head Injuries. to Deputy; Sheriff Glen TO'm-y" Bright J.., carelessly
Raynor Pharmacy, Macclenny.. setting fire to land of another;
The Moore. :

Starke Donna, sponsored Marie Bryan by Starke 17, 20 driver, Starke, Timmy, and three Klrchalne and Glisson Mrs.L.F.Is Gllssonof the son Starke of Mr., ting Dessle to the Lee dependency Jackson, contribu-and delinquency '


Elks Yvonne Lcx4te'1802.Reed, 17, Starke, other and from bruises.passengers the crash with walked scrapes away and of Miss Mr. and Young Mrs.Is N.J.the daughter Young- George Corey of minors, represented, and Sebra by 1IT ) @) [Fn carter : :

sponsored by the Starke Shrine of Starke. Attorney Willard Parsons of ; ;
Club. The car was headed east on Klrchalne has been employedas Jacksonville, pleaded not guilty -
Kendall. : Turner 16, Keystone Pratt Street at a high rate a lineman for the City; of ; to unlawful speed.A ::
Helgr.te.: sponsored by Belote of speed, according to Citysf' ; Starke. preliminary hearing Is to Paints
Drugs of Kll.Coree be scheduled for Laurie Ard- and .
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We m.r, 17. Keystone -'W.. Timothy Wayne Klrchalne, ona Products .
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Heights sponsored by Stump's
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Department Store of. Starke. ,, entering with Intent to com-
Sharon Howell 18, Starke, '\ mit a misdemeanor, had Ms
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:,.-Keystone By GLORIA Hilitesl INDIAN BEACH

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Plea. Coll 473-3288 CLUe Sa.ta Fe)
Byt Michael B. ChlttjFb
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GOLF COURSE the Ladles Pro- The next meeting will be a Greetings from the shoresof
Wtnnere; of tour of the Ralford Greenhouse the lovely Santa Fe Ocean,
held last week
Ant lnvifNnnial Heights Golf and Gardens on April 22.Mem. from your Rolling-Reporter.
et t till Keystm8 ben areto meet at the Key. who' still hanging on.Friends air r tnMr
Medal-
and cfwntry; Club were: Evans- stone Heights City Hall promptly If you have anything around here v
tat Alnnere, Shirley at 9 a.m.JUNIOR you'd best hang on to It or tie '
Flight Shirley s
Championship It down securely. The way that 1
Evanll, Jewell Langley, Marge WOMANS CLUB wind's been cuttin'lt for the .+w 4.

Roundtree and Voncllle. Ketch. The Junior's are busy mak- past couple of weeks, you sure 1rJh
First Flight, AM Scrafford.n ing Easter baskets from plas- have to watch your belongings i

Elmore, Margaret Per- tic gallon jugs to take to the outside. Marvin Falrcloth of r.M .
rvman and Pansy Hawes. Sec- girls of Hibiscus Cottage on Jacksonville, had a small por- m
ond Flight.Shirley Johns, MaxIne April :>. The Juniors help sponsor tion of the roof blown off the 1TT
Ecan., Pat Herman and MarW this cottage at Sunland top of his lake home recently, rg'r '

/ Henry. Third Flight, Beu- Training Center and In one of our Infamous storms
Sands Margaret Miller sponsor
lab Mao several on our mini-ocean. Many timesIn
Crick Staley, and Ruth for them.l1EREJV'parties. during the year the past weeks we've had

DroadW Y. Fourth flight El. waves rolling In over our docks -- :
va Stedham, Jean Kendrick out here. :bo: for your own
THERE 't'r -
Kathy Redfearn. sakes be careful l _
and Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. please when
Winners of lastThursday's Me rlek and you decide to go out In a boat
son of
Ladles Day were: 18 holers Highland out here. Be and ?i
Park m. sure you your -- -- -
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low net, Vesta Alken, low putts, are spending this boat can handle yourselves.And

Zee Tolle,. 9 hole group, low week ents, at Mr.the and home Mrs.of his Francis oar- don't be fooled by this Innocentlab Attractive high school girls who served at the silver tea last Friday. Entertainment at the tea was provided by (from left): Ina McCord, Nancy

net, Helen Wallace,' low putts, Melrlck of Postmasters' Vil of a lake on a calm day. l 1It row (left to right): Suzanne Heptinttall, Patti McLean, Melanie Homer, Hendry, Kenny Bonner, Rev. Stewart McCord, and Elisabeth Nail .. I

Gloria Rawlings. lage.A I've seen this lake as slick( as Cindy Turknett, and Suzette Heptinstall. 2nd row (qr): Lisa Eland Patti

GARDEN CLUB belated congratulations to glass, and 5 minutes time ( or M..GI..v.., -L.-..-...... M-..-.._.., -1..1.--....... W.IA. x. '_'t.usan B o."..r, an d ,D om ._..w._...._..._..
less) the waves will be breakIng
Mr. and Mrs. -
Garden Club of the Lakes George Colgin
met The on March 18 at the home on Wedding the occasion of their Fiftieth please over be the careful dock..So. I repeat, 17tli Annual Silver Tea ?y" 11F
Anniversary
Albert Bachmann with on March
of MrJ.
19. Well It happened again this "

13 Mann members,' present.and one Additional guest, Mrs.hostesses farmer Mr. and Diane Mrs. John Josey (the week.Cricket My went parents back, to James Williston and Tops Spring Social Calendar T

were: Mrs. Jay Ellis, Ilgen) have been along with Uncle Cren-
Hoy -
Mrs. PH, Williams, and Mrs. visiting her parents, Mr. and shaw of Gainesville to finish "
,
Francis Melr ck. week.Mrs. Frank ligen, this past the paneling Job for Aunt Clara In spite of the Inclement weather the Community Church Women, boy very well acted, only e : rv
After refreshments were Sullivan. Mama wasn't home to Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers (first stared and changed his expressions -
of March 19. 160 ladles, In
served'. a business meeting. Col. George Phelps Is In the call for news Saturday, so we'll their spring finery, stepped president), and Mrs. JohnHIm- of disgust and fin-
hold and committee reports Veterans Hospital (fifth floor) have another short column this and undera ble. These ladles poured tea ally, having said nothing was
through an archway
were:iJeard.New officers elect.. in Gainesville )Hope he'll. be week, I'm afraid. Saturday from the shining sliver ser- asked by his father, "What have IL4m 1ATIf
ed were Mrs. J.M. tVrlnltle, home soon. morning Granny Copeland and canopy Into a Fairyland of vice before them. Junior hostesses you to say?" and the boy In

Piestdent; Mrs. Michael Fal- Mrs. Albert Nelson and her I were visited by Aunt Qulda, Springtime loveliness. It was were a group of young gusty tone, sang "Help" and
kel, First Vice President; Mrs. sister, Mrs. J.G. Wright, have Quick of Starke. the seventeeth annual sliver High School girls who served the vanished.The .
Johi-J.: Sullivan, Second Vice returned from a visit to St. Rov Crenshaw. Mzand Mrs. tea of the Community Church delightful and tasty sandwichesand senior trio's encore wasa
Joan
Crenshaw
President; Mrs. Jay Ellis, Sec- Petersburg. Terry Bohannon, Jerry Cren- Women. sweetmeats prepared by a musical round, entitled,
retary; and Men Emily Ison, Yeoman Rohlin, son of Mr. shaw and his girlfriend came by After signing ,the guests group of ladles under the plan- "CrttTv CoAnAI tn" hAlOed on the
Treasurer. They will bo Installed and Mrs. Ellis Rohlin, is home on books hostesses representing ning of Mrs. Alex Gaunt. A hyme song, "Three Blind 4
at the Annual Spring for ten days from the Navy before and Sunday to wlah afternoon for a visit various Circle members ush- white procelaln tea pot was Mice." Mri, WJli.am; Nail, t U

Liuioheoi: 3t the Keystone reporting to his new assignment a happy Granny Copeland ered guests to their respective placed at each table which com- church organist, was piano< accompanist J 4 .
blrthdiy.
Heights! W;>mal's: Club on May in Washington, D.C. Melton both celebrated She and Otis tables. Some forty tables, seating pleted the picture of beauty anda for these two thoroughly h .,, i t

27. ; Mrs. Edith Wilson entertained birthday their four persons, were attrac- true reminder that Springwas enjoyed numbers, as s 'illatb"t
on
Mrs. N.W. Hardenburgh, Mrs. Monday the 22nd. ;ively furnished by various near at hand. Pastor McUwJ: finalized the I j

E.T. Martin.Mrs.A.B.Watson. Raymond and Gladys Ma 1- members all wttn white covers Mrs. Barry Wyman, presidentof skit by naming the mice, Geraldine I! lh

Mi*. Albert Nelson and her phurs and grandson Jerry Lowe silver, crystal or white por- the Church Women, greeted Joseph and James. Mr James Cook
KEYSTONE sister, Mrs. J.G. Wright, Mrs. of Jacksonville, were down at celain table setting and cen- Expressions of thanks were all general chairman, pauses at tea
Foster Howell and Mrs. J.D their lake homo for a coupleof tered with a small vase of pink g-ioits: and Introduced Mrs. about for this entire afternoon table presided over by Mrs John Himble and Mrs Ger.

Henderson! Luncheon-Fash days last week. and white azalea buds. James Cook general chairman, program, from the gracious- trude Ch rhloffera,
who In
ion: Show at the Lake City Golf Patti Barrows and three of Stage decorations were In turn expressed her plea ness of the reristras. to the
HEIGHTS and Country Club recently. her friends, all from Florida keeping with the entire color sure In the fine attendance and ushers President Wyman, I
wished all to have
a happy time
State University, spent the scheme, with two tall white c mi1?r man Cook, and every as-
weekend with her grandparents posts at either side of the stage, on this annual get-together, for sistant. Each In turn who were FLORID ALCOHOLIC REIMBILITATION PROGRAM

DIRECTORYS. My Neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows. and a small one at corner of friend come from many areas Introduced by Mr*. Conk' declared -'
and church
Karen Reddish of Starke. the piano. These were wreathedin affiliations the Seventeeth Annual 1

spent the weekend with her green vines entwined with Mrs. Walter Grollck, pro- Tea one to remember for many alcotOpiCS'- :

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. pink azalea blossoms. gram chairman had arrangedfor years.
E. MeKAY'REALTOR 7ia. D.W. Carpenter. Mrs. Carpenter The long special tea table was a musical program of splen- Coming back to their former .
spent Monday and Tuesday entirely covered with the lovely did talent of members of the church home for the team were /t

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-48K1 In Jacksonville,with her daughter organdy and lace white cover, church, they being Stewert Mr. vet Mrs.William Wali who

and family, Mr. and Mrs. made by two members of the Pastor McCord, as the father now live in Gainesville. Mrs.
Appraisal Service David Reid and sons. Church; Women.- Mrs. itiomas In the skit Speak Up"; Mrs. Walz: was c former President
The Best in Lalce'ront, Mrs. Ruth Burnette and Mrs. Norwood and Mrs. J.A. Williams. !- Ina McCord, as the mother, Mrs. Arthur Brainerd and Mrs. By PAU. C. FOR.\KF.R

Alberta Eddings of Tampa, The central bouquet wasa and Mrs. Robert llendry as (Mother) Albert Holt, both for Editor, Information Servkes-
Homes. Acreages ts, Rentals ; spent the weekend with Ruth's lively arrangement of pale the sister, as each in turn in mer Spritual -Chairman, A
ASSOCIATESMrs. ,, .. rrlL brother and sIster-In-law pink .stock, carnations and vocal solos reprimanded the came to be with friends from revolutionary now ordinance, life sentence in" Jail. on the instnllmvnt .
Chick and Frances Hurst. Mr. babv's breath in a silver bowl. small son and brother, Ken- their new home In Wixiov. Manor abolishing drunkenness as a plan the judge: n-
Melba Ilgen 473-47JO .-. and Mrs. Emory Alderman of Seated at either end of the nle Bonner. "Speak Up" each Jacksonville. (A secret: crime in :Miami Reach has boon mal ked

Col. J. Chetftlngton! 473-4679 FalatKa spent Sunday with them. table were two honored hostesses repeatedly told the boy of fam- Mrs. Holt win ceieoraie a proposed to the City Council Grover stated that saving-

L, J. Robinson 475-40l( "You'cl look sari too IfouM Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton and past presidents of ily actions and ideas, but thew..y birthday, April 7th. there. would be in the form of reduced
of Brooker spent last Sunday This sounds like Rand fleas, ancsls and jail nlrnres!
Pasrlii'l Carr 473-4058 > been walking on your ..,..., ........., ....___ .. .__ Camellia
ears all flay!" Evening with Jack and Lou Mil -'fl."' '''.>..".. ....N'.N'. .'N.'W'_______\ '....."" _y QcvccXNews Crowing for if it is adopted :Miami Beach The judge;: commented thai
ler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Techniques Told will be among the front runnersin many mine people need to Ix

I Mac Shay, Lester and David I NotesBy enlightened communities to told the facts about the diuc
and Mrs. Ruby Dyal of Gaines- At Rotary ClubJay deal with alcoholism strictly alan alcohol us well as other drug-

ville were Sunday dinnerguesta Ellis, of Paradise Lake illness rather than a violation currently in popular use amen
J & .J Roofing of the Miller Helen Egan near Keystone Heights, spokeat of law, younger/ adults. ;lot; to say thai

That seems to be all for the the Starke Rotary Club Wed- Miami Beach :Municipal Judge alcohol is still to them thi
for March 17 the tech- Robert Grover at a recent number one problem or is
news this week. The only COMMUNITY CHURCH nesday, on combined
Keeth P.M. presented a new
fishing report from Griffin's niques of successful camellia meeting of the council asked ( 1 with a series problcm-!

& Sheet Metal Co. Lodge is that the bit.* an Advance notices: Gen- ered and colorful in blue Birthday of the Box sky cov-and growing, Illustrating his talk for and was granted funds fora At the Hiiieuu of Alcoholic Rehabilitation .
still biting on shiners when Sun with color slides of some of row alcoholic rehabilitation we ate! convincedthat !
Church Wo-
eral Meeting of the decorated with an effulgent ,
you can find a spot calm enoughto of Wor- the outstnadlng specimens he center. This is an encouraging/ a certain amount of alcoho:
men on April 5 at 7:30: the emblem and olors:
fish Wo are still waitingon p.m. Election of officers will thy Matron Kingsbury's Into has grown. first step.Grover and other drug! abuse. will alwa><
Now Open the specs to go on the bed be held: Nominating Committee which several members made Mr. Ellis started with camellias mentioned that one be with us in Florida the nn

good. See all of you next week.MELROSE Chairman Mrs. James Cook, their birthday contrIbution. toward as a hobby about 20( years man currently in jail, had been lion and the! test of the world
presented the following slate the matron's ago, with one plant, and today arrested a total of 411 times on The point is that many wasted
_____ worthy spe-
US 301 South, Starke 66 rr at the March Meeting: For cial project for the year.A has more than a thousand at drunkenness charges. Obviously. lives that run from the bottleto

President, Mrs. Barry Wyman; very special birthday will be his home on ParaJIse Lake. jail is not the answer the human syslcm to disaster
Phone 964-8773 Day 473.3203 Night 1st Vice and Program Chair- observed by John tumble whenhe The speaker said that, con- The Bureau of Alcoholic Re. can be prevented through/ education

man, Mrs. L.C. Gayle;2nd Vice will be 89 years of age on trary to popular belief, camel- habilitation agrees! with Judge: and infui mation .is wellas

And By Joyce Rowe and Missionary Chairman, Mr j.A. :March 29th. A royal salute lias are not difficult to grow, Grover in suggesting/ that most 1 treatmentFor
Specializing In Built Up Shingle and can be grown successfullyby of the adult alcoholics further
.P. Hallman; Secretary, Mrs. was paid to John who keeps spend Inorm"tlOnlrlte
And We when Carolyn Wagner, and Trea- ever so young and active. anyone who follows a few from one-half to two-third of to the I Stale Bureau of McoholirRehabilitation.
Down are always happy
Gutters
Roofs Spouts,
simple rules. Among these are
one of the young men from surer, Mrs. Ralph Barker. Nominations This Chapter has been honored their lives! in jails which are Information ServIces .
from selection of Mrs. plenty; of water, 50/50 sun and not equipped l to either I' 0 Box 1147
Melrose returns safelv from will be order In the help or Avon Park
Duct \Work. shade, and the ferUII-
Vietnam. This was the case the floor. The final meeting of Josephine Reed P.M. who will proper arrest their illness Florida 33825.
He recommended
last week when Duane Gljrle the Church Women will be at be Grand Escort to Grand Tre- camellias zer. in containers growing In cas- "An alcoholic can ipcnd; a We want to help Do you'?!

returned after 4 year there. the evening meeting on May 3 asurer Mary Laura Johnsonat es where the soil Is underlaidwith
Of course the happiest were This will be followed by the Annual Grand Chapter of Floridain hardpnn or is not properly -

his wife, Debbie, who has been All Circle Luncheon on Tamoa on April 5-9. drained. They can be grown
living with her parents In Keystone May 17 at 1230.: A t this time, Mrs. Edythe Nicholson, P.M. successfully In containers, he GUS & MITCH

I his daughter, Tammy, the Chairman of Circles will presented to Worthy Matron said, transplanting Into larger -
ONE and parents, Mr.and Mrs.Floyd be Introduced and assignmentof Mane Lee rungsoury the arena and larger containers as the KOZY PILLOW MOTEL
Cilrle.: members to various Circles chapter Ritual Book which belonged plant develops.

Unfortunately, other boys will be read, after which to her late niece. Mr. Ellis Is a certified camellia AND RESTAURANTDAILY
WORD 1 have to go to take their place. each new Circle chairman and judge, and he and< his
her members will assemble WEEKLY MONTHLY
Kenneth Tomlinson Is home on CHAPTER ANNOUNCEMENTThe family have won numerous silver RATES
eave visiting his parents Mr. together for tentative plans for purpose of this announcement trophies for their entriesin WITH ROOM & BOARD OR WITHOUT
ABOUT ji and Mrs. Richard Tomlinson the new year.This event closes so early Is to enable con- shows In Florida, Georgia,
and brothers Rick and David. the activities of the Circles testants In a Fashion Show and and the Carolinas HOME-COOKED MEALS HOME MADE SOUP

rr Our prayers will go with him until August Executive Bo&rd Entertainment program, topre- STEAKS CHOPS
when his visit here Is over meeting and September Gen pare now for their participationIn SEAFOOD
MONEY and he has to go to Vietnamto eral Meeting. The above Is according the Fashion Shw, by secur- looking back let's say ten of years har-, Highway 100 One Mile West Keystone Heights
and the was one
former picture or write Bon 49 Lake
to Geneva
serve a year there. programming ing their application blanks at Flo.
and may be changed mony of fellowship, and tlie.
The starting time for judo the Keystone State Bank. This
'/ class: has changed from 5 to should circumstances warrant show will be held at the Masonic greeting of newcomers, who
5:30 for children. It. Hall on May 22 at 7:30.: today' are the Way of Life for

\\, The Melrose PTA will meet Mrs. Grace Keeth Is chairman. all.Mr. SATURDAY SUNDAY
and Mrs. Harrison
I"S EASTERN STAR .
It the school Monday, March There will be different categories -
:22:i: at 7:30 p.m. New officers Keystone Chapter 279 of OES and members and friends Batchelder and Mrs. Harriet
,, has reached another milestone Flowers enjoyed a weekend tripto APRIL 34AN
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will be presented at this) meetIng may participate, which will Include -
., ,,/ for a vote. Offices to be another year of activity; with south Florid? visiting Bob
./1' filled next year are those ot new officers and new members, :a group of school teen- Tower and the Passion Play
; agers. Interested persons may and he colorful surroundings
as well as faithful o'dor members ;
: ...t,' .... Betty president: has and been secretary.nominated Mrs.for (an membership). Openingof call Mrs. Keeth at 4734909. of Tarpon Springs and the

president and Mrs.Gloria Dew- the Chapter of March 16 In sponge Inustry. They spent the
/ dney has been nominated for the Chapter room of the Mel- FELLOWSinP: CLUBIt overnight stay In the Tampa
rose Masonic Temple, was by will soon be April and that area.
secretary. Worthy Patron Floyd Koons. turns a leaf of 1971 Calendarand This reporter's faithful reader

DUPLICATE BRIDGE The rrfrtc..r* having taken their shows us that on April 8, of her columns, Mrs. Ida
members and friends will hold will reach another milestone
save Duplicate Bridge winners last respective stations, Worthy Gentry -
Macron Made Lee Klngsbury their monthly covered dish when she celebrates her
reek Tuesday Mrs. Robert
were: -
Clare and Mrs. F.T. called the chapter meeting to luncheon at 12:30: D.m. In he 95th birthday on April 8. Mrs.
She Lions Club. Every member is Postmaster of Lake
order. cordially welcomedthe Gentry was
1st Mrs. W.H.
Hogue, place
Bartlett: and Mrs.; F.G. Melr fine attendance of membersand urged to bring a friend or Geneva Post Office for many
-WBMW- a few guest, namely Past prospective member. In look- years. The office was In her
I ck, 2nd place; Mrs. Paley Boyd
and Mrs. John Strewn 3rd Grand Esther, Mrs. Mamie Ing over some cards of membership home, where she was a horti-

The surest to make money Is to savel place, Mrs. Mary Cook and Morton and her husband from of the Club of 1965, culturist, and surrounded her
way Miss;Iva Hlllyer.;, 4th place. Daytona Chapter, and Mr. and several cards had to be des- home with exotic flowers of

Be secure. open a Savings Account at Thursday right winners were Mrs. Royal and Esther Shultis. troyed for the member had the Southland.
:
P.P. and P.M. of their home passed away, but thankfully the Mrs. Alice Sipe will also
Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs.Herman
Bank where can take larger number are those who celebrate another birthday, on
our Full Service you Thle, 1st place Miss Iva chapter of Sun PraIrie, Wls.,
; Mrs. have moved so as to be April 4.Conareratfons.
Phyllis Hussey, acting away
of all banking needs. Money Hlllyer and Miss Zoe Terry, with loved have to George and
care your 2nd: place; Mr. and mrs. Mike Secretary, while P.M. Bea ones as they That Could Affect
heel Schroeder and her husband grown older. We surely miss Rosalie Colgln on their Golden
it will 3rd
trees grow 'alkel, place Mr.and Mrs.
doesn't ;
grow on Starnes 4th "Bill" take a long needed and Mrs. Fay Olson, Mrs.Ruth Olson. Wedding anniversary on March
Ray place. enjoyable vacation. Mrs. Alma Frost Mm..

BANK J ANNIVERSARYMr. Severs] points of service of Marguerite Greenon, all of 19.HOLY WEEK SERVICki: Your Whole FamilySee
KEYSTONE STATE and Mrs. George W. El. chapter members were an- wnom hay a left the sun and The Community Church will
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I lls of Lake Santa Fe at Melrose nounced that 27 hospitals' warmth of Florida but would observe Maundy Thursday
Member F.D. c. He7etese Het=Ate, Via will celebrate their gold- lawns were made by members dearly enjoy hearing from Communion on April 8, at 7:30 Next Week'sTELEGRAPH
end wedding anniversary March and sent to the Masonic and friends back here. This reporter -
-Your .......tr Josh :28.:i _Eastern State Home In St. will be happy to provide p.m.Good Friday Services (time

In Tear friendly eoa-alt1': All friends Invited to call between Petersburg Ways and Means their addresses. Looking back to be announced later) on April
hours of 2-5 PJn. committee Chairman, Grace some folk never enjoy, but on 9.




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I r- C9qjXuI To Moordawia You Whom will it with taka May. tba notice Vonoarn proMilonao that In A"d"JRD' HEGUITEIIASSIFiED [:

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; d4 PlorUI. .* MtMuiaa. a puUllo bearIn _
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Council of tJia city ot Miarka.florlda.

will)be so voted the on list tonight keeps(Thursday grow- Itt,....M. In IIta"North" tha.. Florid City Thompaoa CounoltRoum on ''s'l; !i: i : it4.ute; :: l :B'J1j ..:' set.L'; Qe: t : irl. 'e ': J"UJ:;:: ; .I" 'SJ 41 : tsr1' :

ing. and the membership drive April I. Tuaaday 1171 at ?too .
1* really getting results. Don't o'clock P.... oo th* petition of v- i4.o :

ro. know whose team .U ahead right W.ram T.O Jackson.and hi.aUtklaawas Mar wl'a, oSl)1a.1l. CbJlt'.lftM'pST, Reward 'WILL BABY tt-4n raf'' home
now, but all of the captain are which IIPr.... upon AP KATESMlnlmma : JIMMY MOORE'SSUN .i'
the nilnutaa of a maatln in ofi:-: cd: for sale re- 'by lry, night or hour. Sundays .
working hard.
of the ald City CounoH.'" on i altar 4 pjm.Ph 9646883. SPORTS
March I*. 1171. r.qu.Minn Chop .... ..1.7J Itch'OR Up
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bt d Stick a piece of hayseed in that and did voat CounuU a 011.portion.., abandon of (Covers IS word) MOORE BOAT FOR Gainesville Marine,

your hair or hat and come on that. certain. aubdlvlalon know Phoro: 964-cnno. ibch: ]FOR SALE PUCK 250 C.c. Cobia! Boat .
out to the Country-Western M "South Oat Kaolatand Each word over IS-7B0 Motorcycle completely ne&uilt.iocs YOUR MONEY
Jamboree Saturday night from platted and. rtourdad In Plat Extra Chart If not FOR RENT Piasbure\ lead Johnson Motors .
moW lJook 5. ... 1, publlo raoorda j moa.o1. $200.00 firm. Call
9 till I. Casual wear (includIng of Bradford County niorlda. paid In advance nails. Mare only. 1209 E. (06-1-7334. ItchgWIAINTE2D Starke Ph. 964-5791 SPECIAL
dungaree, slack, or what and tli. vuhlto. 1..n". to the BrQwD lee St. 964-7048. Itchg -
land lying In said portion of Outboard &
l l have you?) Adult only. $5 per unused platted .tr..:. and Into CLASSIFIEQ: DISPLAY Complete : ALL HEW SKIRIG
couple. music by those that ..ar aln aulnllvlalon bIn *- $1.50 Per Inch FOR SALE4; C1111J11u.aJhua.puPlUoS I : Deed Wringer Stern Drive Service and

"country boy," Bill McRae, *Block dnacrlbad 1 and a> I follow.South: data : 6 weeks old. Call OU4 Washer DaAmer1. Discount! Repair. Complete Fiberglass 15' Cobia Bow Rld.r

Shorty; Rosier and company. Rapist I lhereoi roordd laPlat Memorial Reolatot! 6C04. Itp 2lchlr'! -18 Repair. Custom- 50 H.P. JOHNSON
Bonk 5. Plut. 1. togetherwith
Call 964-5441 or see a mem- Eastward Avnu and a ProelamaUoo, etc -7o word FOR SALE 23 In. Kenith TV 1 4 Bedroom :2 bath home built Fiberglass Fishing Gator Trailer
and
Munvlcw Drlv
ber.The 5th annual Strawberry fylnn portion and of Hertlon 13.To CARDS OF THANKS excellent condltalon; $75. Call Just completely remodel c Boats.

!nahlp Ib.lnoJr,.. Ranga ISDat. 10 word .. ... 473-4rOa. Itp 1COTTAGE terms Located on Read All For .
Invitational Golf Tournament .is ] or lent .1.00 $ 995
shaping up fine with 25 player All Intaraatad parti. may Each word over 1D-70 PARENTS-Men Cottage 100 South. For information cal Plo Tax l'
S a-npoar and b. heard at tha ,86+7701. tfehgLEW'S WATER FRONT LOTS
already signed for this event -
up .
tl parents 'iwanted. Some
The Pro-Am is set for Dated thhthbda7 0 Mil DA FOR SALE S.. Lynn Hamilton
Married couples, and /women.
Frldiiy. April 2. and the Invitational City D. C."nolOf 1571.. City Of Btarlt.II VAST TV A STEREO RE- Salary start $347 per month. I On Crosby take and CroStrJ' Bafor You Buy
for Saturday Sunday M.rrlll EdwarcH.NOTICE I
CI.rk): FAIR. Free plot-up, city per person. 5 day week. 8 hour Lek Canal. (Canal: 60 feet 1030 E.
April 3-4. can Herb at University Av..
994-5441. .I.IS It e.1 Emit! Datuner'a Discount tay. Promotional opportunities WELDING SHOP wide, 8 feet deep) Located oo

Don't forget the Paul Hahn, Or SALE tfcbg State Retirement sick leave State Bond 100 3 mitea! West Gain.tvilU

Jr. golf show at the club Sunday Nonce I I. hereby Siren that. vacation' eto Please apply In Whispering! Pines Motel cf Starke. Jla. Ideal for vacation e' .

afternoon at 5 o'clock. entered pursuant In to caue a Final numbered Judgment'14.In WANTED House- full of tUTn'tuj person only .Personnel OUlc. US 3QI<<) S. Phone96j.8252 cottage: mobll home o*

Come out and see the amazing th* Circuit Court of Bradford *: pay cash Dohrner1* Burdand cenre1OaineaV'1lL'*. Invastmeai,

repertoire of unusual shots by .... County, Florida.ltuatd. I will In Dlicount. tTchg Fla. An equal opportunity .m* Prices man at '295.00., $200

this "chip off the old block" Bradford.1the County property Florida.. *.- ployer. Ucha UTILITY TRAILERS down and $33.00 month for :36

who recently returned froma .rlb.d l": CUSTOM BUILT inonCia (8H% toplo inter'
to of Work
1. and
Golfdom't newest person European tour with his exhibition 14 Lots Town of Hamilton. pounded FOR RENT:: : 1 BR. furnished.\ GAS AND ELECTRIC eat).
allty; Paul Hahn, Jr. emerges shot*. See you there. by Railroad In Soctlon 15Township A-C npart.iiea. Phone OC4-5099
the local scene with his nrm 7. South Uanaa. If WELDING BRAZING Call 964-7'101' mm. to 8
nn
Feat at publlo ..I.) to th* or UC4-5003. Itchg
hour golf show schodjled at 1I'.b.' .., and beet bidder. for SHEET METAL pm. wcetdaja._tf HOMESAVAIUMIFOR
5 p.m. Sunday March 28 at the NOTICE\ OF INTENTION TO ...h. *t tli. front door of tMBradford nING FOR GALE: I'JtiD Del Roy TRAILER HITCHES

Starke Golf and Country Club. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME!: Btarka, County Florida I Courthou.between In I.R TYPES Camper 10V4 ft. Furniture. and INSTALLED LOTS '''FOR SALE Etoirke Golf

Long hitting Hahn recently 11:CO am and, 4:00.: m., on Air CcmSti'-oner.: : : 410 N. ,Walnut A Country Club. ready for

returned from a round-the-\ Notice 1* hereby .gjven that Ollbert March U H. Brown 1971. Sf ns4.r>n-w/ ztp 4-1 txi'lcflng' on or for Investment
world exhibition tour with his the undersignedIntends to Clark Circuit Court CABINET WORK Iota area approximately Here YOUR LOT13,5OO

father piloting his own airplaneto engage in business under the ny n..uUh Clerk. M. Moody, Expert ReproductionsC. WANTED Experienced Service and larger. Paved roads

24 countries 01 five continents. fictitious Dame 01 Starts HardWare REAL P.puty) Station man over 30. NOTICEStarke only: S minutes from town.

This globe circling tour Co.. at 108 E. Call Street I..w Ottl.. Of DL1I1.1.. E. JACKSON Must hair e cood reference Priooa start at 129500. $200

covered almost 40,000 miles In In Starke. Bradford County; 610-8U Bulloch Amerlnan H..l'lt.n, 1313 W. Madison Starke Good pay. gas allowance a"- and Keystone down and $35.00 per month.

13 weeks. Florida and that I will register Bide. Jarkaonvllla.. \ Florida, Uorm furatohed. Call 473-4279 Heights area Customers Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 prn.ttehg.

Young Paul.,has an amazing said name with the Clerkof 11202. Plaintiff Alt"1.26w s or 473-4803 alter 7 PM. Key

repertoire golf shots pulled off the Circuit Court. Bradford e stone Heights. 2tp 323BARRETT Hastings Mattress
with a weird assortment of County. Fla. CARL BEGGS BRICK OR BLOCK work iOOr.e. '1 1600SQ. FT.LIVINQ .
.
clubs. His exhibition Is half clinic Dated this 2Sth day of Feb IB Th* fiMatOf h.... Ce,,". Gulf and Upholstery Brisk or 'Week planlera]) doorsteps.
half His boom- A.D. 1971 at Stark nra.fer Cantr. riarlrta.Prflaata Service OF. I
wizardry. ruary. N.. eto. Lloyd Craw: > Ing shots left audiences gasping Bradford County; Florida. In R*! Batata of Robart IsBaltan. USED PARTS 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA rjft4- 114 2tp 4-1

around the world.Moitfans -Ho L. Proctor sole owner. Deeu..d.worICE. .PROBATE Top Price for Wrecked Car AREA
Halm doe Oil' ..... Water Conditioning BABY srrmro in my home
enjoy not walking so Starke Fla. To. AI\ Pisan. Int... InTb. -
tho entire show from one spot. Estat. Of Maid D.:: ,.r: 24 Hour Wrecker Service Monday -Friday; Phone 9C4C592 -

34--U.-325 ,You are written hereby/In.lrument par-APorting Fuel Oil and Pump Co. Is Open AgainFURNITURE 2tohg: 4-1 CALL\

t at Will ,
th*
to b*
NEW MEMBERS: .. if Robert L Rattand.ceased. Vied Car 130 Court Street
A warm welcome I I. exten- !. ir.. ha YOU to probate Hwy. 301 N. Waldo O.C. Carnes Nursery '
cimit Gard o. 51.s.e. In ail.. Court. ar. h.r.7 Phone 96.t5832PLUMBING Repaired Refinished SUDE
ded to fifteen new member of .. Kla-ktb: JMdlrlat clrralf.: .111 aol.nd.,
the club Including Jimmy Bowen .In_Aart' Far Bradford CI...."? months fromhih. lS.t. ot 'h. 4CS-19U ReupholsteredNEW Thousands of Plants

Ralph Bryan, Ed Cole, : Nun Horn. first: publication In this of this Court' o ant MATTRESSES Fruit Trees Shade Trees
James Covington, Marlon Harrington -V.q1Jllrlam 1. Horn*. Dst la4'Notice to app.ar If any you can Evergreens Camellias HOME
.how ,
Lamar Shaw T.A.Sun- why ..: action of tnla Couri i SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Water Conditionersand .
:FREE ESTIMATES '
Of Bun -
Will to 'Azaleas Roses
I do-n. Bill Wilson, Charles TO: Mlrl.m I, Horn In .admitting not said stand "",jroWat died and adjusted In your Pumps
I Flynn Jool Jackson Dr. A.J. ?6Dtrw, D. W. Kaana should home $300. Vacuum cleaner. WELL DRILLING Call Collect 328-2144 Most In cans plant An1t1meLANDSCAPING SERVICES
M BoM.r
Barry Ernest Anderson, Dan- MaJdan.14.t" Maaaaohutatta Roa4< H1tnOM Judi A.In TAW1I.and tun. Bradfor repair also. AU work ffu&ranto. Sales and Rentals I

iel Cox.; Sam Parker, and e.Ton action aN for h.r dlyoc..by notlfud baa b.that.. County County rlorldaRf ed. Dennis E. Co.ia1ncr. Pnon M Ml. S.E. of Stark, Hwy. 100
Dampls
Montlne McConnell. Dad aa-alnat yon a:40YO.a araraqulrtd Dolor. C. 431-1428 tteh Repair Department Florahome 659-8185
Clerk1YOENR For Information
to tone et ... SHAW
24 Hour Service
"Tl u
to:your..t w rntnilratfd.f.na.)1 .".,, .if. .3 Wool Call BUt SUPER STICK Vinyl Pluto FOR SALE SO acres on paved Call JackaonrlO J .
SEW1MOMACHINE
TlorldAttorney Letters all lze color. Perm.
tornay. for Plaintiff who.. ah7.dr. itark* *Saute *, highway 3 .be rooa1ul. Itt bath
About the molt that tin be .. la 111 W..' Call alr... Publluatlon for 1 March Il> ULtnt.! ( for' use on wood Bla**, FOR SALE-1971 10 1-2' Well- Collect "
expected II the P. O. Box ( Good 8am.riln
I U and his the oil. nsi with tha "". Lit 4t e.. plastic paper metal, leather.ANY'l'HING craft Bait 1965 100 HP Msr- balance. $9650 month. Call 'I 781.4055
today that be lion at Clark of ova-atvla4 I Bradford County '
tha a Cury w4ii:: Inrt. And Trailer.
the next red area and have Omirt on orbafora March flat. Bdll Powell R.E. Broker 964-
somebody call the patrol liTJl oth.rw1.. a. Jndcmant !. Til* Clr...l C art Elghtk. Telegraph._1WATSON'S / $230000 515 E. Jacteon. 964- Sales and Service 64B4.
1.AadCIVILYACTION
Florida
mar ba antarad aaralnat :Ton Judicial Clr..lt Of 8269 lip
tor tha relief d..nsnd.d1. tIM Oust PFAFF NECCIII
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FOR RENT-o bedroom
_. Complaint.Witnaaa. e fur ;
; Pantle Hose
my hand and Cae No. IOU WE SERVICE all appliances. New Home iJ3hfid' apartment, $90 month.D1'IdlO'd ,
MaxvilleTruck aaal of rid Cottrt" on tb. 571myyaofHbruarr. .Jams W. MoNeely and Kathleen Rebuilt npplanees; for aJe.Oleums .-
House Universal !
"". Thotna' MoNeoly. his of Vacuum. Village Apta. Just Best GradeAny
Plaintiff -ve- Altarn** Supply, & Service 0>. north of Bradford High ,

Stop andRestaurant ORb.rt Baolah II :Broim.X.. Moody OI.rll1'J' Johnson Mrs and and Dan Arl.o"Johnson..._.olr.h.r Many brands of new vacuum 4-BO'.7.: tfehg $49:50 up School Can! collect CktlnesTlllle SI.. '.- Any Color

D.Pllt" Clerk! widow hu.band and "r.d.rlck If"ok. 39.00 up. Used machines: from Parts & Repairs on J78-7021 Mrs. Rcavea. ."
5.et .... and Olorla Mack, his wlf. 0. $10. Expert Repairs ..u make. A. J. 'Thomas Registered Real all other Make\ Ma- tfchg Pafe I
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J& S ManagementOpen ...nd.nt.Arbon.... ...'ty Part and Accessories for all Estate (Broker, Specializing in chines.NATIONAL. $3 No. !

24 Bra !. Tka Ce..'r .*a...'. .,...* :Mack: vacuums. Built In Central vac Appraisals! for Estates. Iixttrlduala FHA or Conventional financing $2 Pair., No. !
Of Br.af..4 Caaatr. Btavtito. : :; ;
Dally !. .... ... Na. ..Ton .rc'lon"-bytH. tl/i/ :.owVntpnopery uum cleaning: systems. 712 N. and corporate Owners.Alno : on new Brick 3 bedroom Pair No. !
,p In Rai: Katata of Robert 1Battan. In Bradford County.. Mtln.: Oalneavlllo! 376-7110 cene-rl( : real estate 'bus 2 Bath. living roam dnlng $1 -
Ample ParkingVisit .
: Motlea. Daeaaaad To Cradlaora I" ridal South .1. I., .c,.. of iness. Thirty Years. experience 611 W. Univ. Ave. room, and fcmUy: ] room Home!
The .
Cnr Gift Shop All eradltora of u<. Batata lh. ICIIJ of NE4t: 0' SW4 \lytng BIO PENS. Ball Point Refill In Florida land matters. Tel. 378.1355 Will take trade-in. Call Bu- 2 Pair fob $1. Yes
Call 239-5111 ,For Take Out of Rnbart 1> Battan. daoraaad.ra W..' 0' Stets Road UO .r. '*. Bradford County Tel. ford MIt&hell. Phone 9646760.P. .
haraby notkfltd and raqulrd I" lI.cUon U TOWII..hlp 964-5701. Shake! Florida tf cbg
Jet.. 301 & 228 : to Ifs any clalma or demand U. a. .01 I ou.... Ra.... II East bins graph. ;: O. Box 2in: Stan**. tfch" HOUSE:OF MILO
tat
which they may havaK roxlm..17'U '"
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Maxville,; Florida ff .lnit aid. eorta,. In tha Office North nd Boutb bJ' 814 test CLASP ENVELOPES all] FOR SALE Twa: n aI'Ctm: Lowtey,.
of th* County Judas of "' BAIRD
Bradford County. Florid I In EI has bean 111.. .alnel 701Arontra lies_ Bradford County Tele paneled cotlap!>: : :mill !to wall: 3TCHG

the Florida Courthoui within aux at calendar.Stark Mack and you phnY'your.r. r wra1>1t. Mobile Home PUMPSNEW oarret, one and ;54 ,:baths.Chailey .
wrlltisnl4sf n.eaa 1f 1> I:. Johns
montha from Uia ubltoa.tton Agency! Ino.
INTERSTATE
Each ,. MOBILE Horn
of thla notloa. claim plalntlK'1 attorn. NEW and USED -
lhs !084-!070. Itch
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or demand must ba In wrltlna-/ who.name and address I.. moving in Fla. Call 904-5GCS. AND USED ?
and moat state tha rlao* al o.or. H. pl.rc. 8.10.12' Wide LUZIERCOMETIC.f
Honorabti
DR. D. W. WIIIFFEN Floridad tfchg LOSTt Bedfixrd Lake
reildence and po.lofflo. ad. II'. 0 Box 1030 Stark. m_ Gainesville Hack!
OPTOMETRISTAnnounces'he: dr... of tha claimant and mud .' tfl.dlcourt SALES male Poodle, we&n.ng blue
thiaboV AND
k0of FOR SALE WIGS
ba aworn to by tha ol.lman"tll.w. Vo1kPWl3.re11Calrcer Good Quality .
anent or lilt attorney or h.l'or.' th. Und day of. PARTS rhinestone collar. Answers to
Is now In .. become void aooordlnar.. en April 01' un .'hl.. a nods- complete eel ccntalned. Reasonably Priced SERVICED "Peppy", Reward.> Ph. 473- SALES PEOPLE NEEDED
to IAW. nl' Anlnill. Cnbnna tent attached.
hiS! new offices. Earl Ray RattanEARL BATTTO. you for the r.llef demanA petition.WHna. $l'iOm' ). Phone 473-3219! ltr Gainesville 378-2783 cp! and Shallow Wells 3.182. 2tcihT! 3-2S Management Opportunities
HAT
Located At Executor of UieKetataof. Rob* complaint. mY hand and 01. -P"" MM-BMH.MMMM MM MM.MWiFOR Serviced, Guaranteed, and Water Softeners and LOSTBeige folll fold Would
art 1. Batten decaaaed.Kuvena pal 0' ..1400arl on March 11. (RENT Trailer: space. Delivered IB filarka Area FillersPlumbing like Open, ,
F. Shaw.KUOENB City utilities. Close tn cards, drivers license .
207 S. Walnut Street ; F HAW. 1911.nbAL: ) Ruby NO EXTRA COST and pictures! bock. Regard1.9B4B448 Unlmit.! f'TerritoryColl
141 Waal Call. Street BIT Brown Jcftca, S64-5613 tfchg <
Phone' 96.j.6311Starke. Ollbert TJS 441 N. 450S NW fib
.,ark.. FloridaAttorney A. Clerk of paid Court Supplies 2tp 3-23
...Fla. for Executor, n. Boulah 101 Mood 1.15, tt 111 7 Rec. Ang"a Bulls for'" !dale.! Gainesville--:755 Today t5616
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l-ll 4t /-e mo. to 23 mo. Priced b) sell. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to ALL MAKES 5 acres YtVC:1cad: 1 mite: of Lou!Se1Jtern:
withstand "eathel'ZOo: each Ei'xirke:.: $1,000.00. 662 acre! ,, ad..
J. Walter Prevw-tt ph. 0047470 $2.29 doz. Special price on larger PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE paved:: recd, 4 unlSss: of Starko! Managasx
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..... Bra.,..4 Cagy (Why not earn that extra money TRAILER SPACE lor rent on PUMP & SUPPLY CO. prle: GOO.oo ott: acre .40 acres
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ANTEO.-a you need telling. Camalon Cosmetics Lake Brooklyn, KeyatoneMights. \ ::
Starke. Price
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r 'W Call 473-4330: or 473- an acre.
Wigs and haIr! pieces
Mast cf be WeRepair
to your neighborhood? Openings 3001 lip :21-iINCH ADMIRAL color 1eC3n: purchased :

:::1 ; FOR SALE tn Stance Hampton, Mel- INSURANCE !(used) TV 'nth new' picture pwhl"rr en" ('C Tel"m.1.1. 004-A.70t J. Thomas tf
I tu.be. Dihmer'3 Discount slchg -
roee' Putnam Hall and Gra

Experienced> "' Operators Peat Humus ham Call Mr*. Betty Pons AT AUTO.REDUCED FIRE BOAT RATES :
t tt 804-372-9OT1! 4tp 4/1
t Business DOYLE E. CONNER WANTED LISTINGS

WANTED: Rough carpenter INSURANCE AGENCYlabs filler Brown

i SKSEAMERSSERGEXS 52 acres of land with 2 work and painting. W'lUamBradley. On Home and Acreage Buyer:

'; peat bop 207 Alvarez St.. Waiting. Strout Realty JUtr.
FOR
RENT12'
wide 2 bedroom
t t tt 66 Cher 2 ton truck 15 etaike. 4tp 4-1 trailer outside. city- Broker Ph. 964-6609 2117 Btarlre.N. Temple Fla. AT. WWIJ'r' TYPEWRITERS,

yd. bed & hoist limits J. B. White, 9646114.
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New Motor JAMISON itchy i ii FOR SALE New (brick or Volkswagen] ADDING

1____ i Mock' home on your) land. No
SINGlE NEEDLE 63 GMC 2 ton truck 15 HOME'S FOR SALE i down As low ,It, ,
Large 5 bedroom money a $65.00 New A
t t yd. bed &: hoist 12' x 72' home In Hampton on 1 per month. Housing- Act 339.: Sate .6erk Used t.f/: ). MACHINES

Good Condition 1 BedroomFnmfahed large elwiy\ lot. $7. 00 cash. Young America Corp. of TlorIda. vtII

Steady Year Around Work 63 GMC dump truck 10 $6'095 ,Phone 4681475. etp 3-14. 1 % 964-7469 or 9645130.tp 1 MI. North of Th. Man ...

yd. bed & hoist 2 Pun BlthlOLIN'S 4-M GAINESVILLEThe 7

$ 88 Ford Industrial Tractor Taking applications for
t .90 Per Hour t : 3400 Seriea-Power MOBILE FHA-235 Ph.Ind 0d4 taps:-74'l9.carrying: cue 970.Itp

iteetng frontend loader HOME SALES ADDING MACHINESradford

Excellent: Condition Starke. Fla,-100 West New Brick 3 and 4 FOR RENT-Mcftlfl, Home 60 Glass Shop

Apply /In .Ptrson Bedroom Homes X 12'. 2 bedroom, on large JM
Only j jt 63 dragline (Bantam)

t t Very Good Condition Tomato.EVNICE pepper NURSERY tn plant Call for Details lot 782-3853.In Laiwtey.! Ph. 964-6214 ltD or Glass] JJ::


Peat Pulverizer annrals. blueberry plant. Low Down Paymentand LOST For Count)
J. & T Apparel Co. -8 mo old white female
.' double cylinder ornamental! eivr trs. Penult Moderate Monthly German Shepherd. Missing : i1 t'WTeltgraph
tree 2 miles, No. of I/rotey AH CARS and TRUCKS
Track Mats Payments since March 17. $25 Reward.
on 301, turn at lga. 7823463. :
f. Compact J. B. White! 664-6114. Installed Whlle-U-Walt
t t Accessories ,
433 E. Madison StmtStarka tfchq LONCCHAMP HOMES Itchg Custom Vinyl Auto Tops li

FOR SALE-3 Walker dogs Imade. Pnoo M4-6853 PHONEr :
PHONE AFTER 6 FOR! SALE m-3OS
I .5 ,. Florida .. P.M. 1 fcrnalo.. Call Danny Ml Bool Stark -1965 Dcdze Pickup 1017 N. Main GMHo

T. 9*_ 473-4689 ; Wtttera, 782-38S7. 2tp I-JS TF 964-6390.truck.. Good ococUtoa.; Ph.lip 1 r"II': ..

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