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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side Heaven


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No. 36 Thursday ,\pril 1 1. 1971 Copy


County FairRetiring




Bids Called ,,;






On EnginesTo iH Huggins






Increase Honored"Are :



.r.rL you ready to feed

City Power over there?" ''


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Moving' yet another step closer to its third bond issuein : "Go to it!" Fair

10 years, Starke's city council Monday voted to call Association President tJ '

for bids on both one and two engines for its power plant. Frank Williams told r.. R .!

the crowd of about

Councilman Jimmy Bo won opposed engines could be purchased and 1,000 persons at the I
the call for bids. Coun Installed atone time less expen- .. Club's annual .:
Rotary
cilman Orle Wiggins made themotion sively than the two separate Rural-Urban chicker. .. -
Day
: and Councilman Jimmy installations of one engine, if ,
:Mcliae gave the second. Coun- the city can afford it. dinner which annually
cilman Bill Noegel voted for kicks off the Bradford
\W'
Auditor Ned Scott told the VB1
the call, approved 3-1. County Fair and Straw-
council Jan. 11 he foresees no
Bd! wUl be opened at the difficulty in the city financinga berry Festival.

June 1 meeting of the coun- $750,000 bond Issue now It Mr. and Mrs. Huagins; were prose red silver .service on I
cil, according to Clnlrman Nell the present rate of growth In Rotary Club members fried hit retirement W.d isday.
Tucker. electric usage continues.The 1,200 quarters of chicken sea-

Noegel hesitated to vote for council will depend on soned In a secret sauce pre- silver service from fellow make Bradford County his retirement
the call Monday, Wiggins said pared by George Kopelousosof
Increases to finance county officials. home."I .
him the power usage I Iu Garden Restaurant.
but when Wiggins told ( the
the new issue. hope Bradford County has
council can turn down the bidsIf Looking over the assembled In his usual "few words," Just one way to go In the fu-
:-: decidedto The city had $31,963 in excess -
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they decide. Nocgel r farmers and businessmen. Huggins termed Wednesday "a tureand that way will alwaysbe
go alonj. of operating Income and Commissioner of Agriculture happy day and, in a way, a forward," he concluded.
1'19 city will ask bids on one over cash transfers to the bond Doyle Conner stated that only sad day." lie said his entire
new engine and on two. One issue reserve funds In 1970, five per cent of the U.S. POPulation family Is living In Starke and There was no featured speaker -
for the Hural-Urban Pro-
engine would mean a bond: : Issue Scott's January financial report live on farms. "Increasing all the time." The
of about $650,000 and two showed. That amount could / county agent said he plans to (Con't on page 4))
would mean an Issue for a- obstenslbly go to finance another "It's the responsibility of the
round $1 million. bond issue If the coun- people of agriculture to pro-
cil holds all other expensesat duce the abundance we've grownso
:
As Wiggins pointed out Tuesday accustomed to "Conner
their current level. having, -
the bids will tell the city said.
exactly what either one or twoengines The city net operating income Wednesday was also declared Berry Queen(

.. wllljrost.!! : before depre lAtlon.and bond George Huggins Day at the 21st
The idea of two engines was Interest expense grew by 9.8 annual fair in honor of the
proposed by Engineer Ed Wilson per cent in 1968 and by 2.57 l ) 1 M 1 veteran county agent who is
who pointed out that would per cent in 1970, Scott re- retiring after 19 years of ser- Shmv I
allow the city to wait at least ported. I hr fgjSZt? ; M vice in Bradford County. C'on- Beauty
until 1978 before another bond Projected new revenues of ', di ler noted the county agent has

issue is necessary.WIlson says the power plant show an increase t ,, Spent 31 years in Florida agrl-
adding one unit now will solve from $373,000 in 1971to pmt c ? ; x y e :ulture.
the city's problem for only $476,000 In 1975. "There could be no more

two years before jet another appropriate day to pay tri- Set Saturday
It that after
also shows "
engine would be necessary If bute to him than this, the
handling bond issue expense, .
the present rate of growth con- ig commissioner said sweeping
including a $750,000 Issue -
: new
tinues. Wilson pointed out two his glance around the fair-
the amount transferredto grounds and noting the cattle
operations would be $89- 1 lowing In the background. Twenty-five area beauty con- beauty I pageant.' the, final event,
200 in 1971 $98,400 in 1972, testants will vie Saturday night Is scheduled' at H p.m.

$87,350 In 1973, $91,200 in 1974, Barton 1970 Strawberry gets ride on merry-go-round. Huggins and his wife, Bernice before a panel of nidges to become Hie new queen :and her court
and $103,000 In 1975. Pretty Mary Ann queen were seated on the speak- the 1971 Bradford ('oun- will ,be presented at( the annual

er's platform and received a ty Strawberry (Jueon.An !Strawberry! Mall at the

These figures are most important new armory on I dwards I Toad

to the council, since LUCILLE LOVELL FUNDS [ annual highlight of the. iulluwtll! : the Ctmtasl
the city depends on funds trans- I I Bradford! (County I air and
:Master of ceremonies foi the
vs-k ferred from the I
power plan strawberry estIval,, the beauty -
o I')7I!) l Iwauty |Mk'iMnl will be I sun
for of the t is
part city's opera- pageant: set :it H p.m. '
ting funds. Saturday, \prll 3. In show arena Whltlatcli, Halo ( arnerfct .
heU.nuullrrirr at the fairgrounds The nurse Instrtietoi Horn ( .alnesII -

Starke Is currently in the Over And pageant; Is sponsored this year Ie.
process of paying off about $7,000 Climbing by the !Staihi .lunloi Womm's .
'lodges will be I fep enoShaw
Fair Highlights $2.5 million in bond issueslet nub with \'.1 is. 'lolm'' Watson
I tank ( ,
in 1964 and 1966 for elec- In charge: suiihe' ; .eoivc:
I'al.Uk.i architect; I 1.1 I I'uni'' :"r.ar,
trical and sanitary plant ex- ,
TALENT CONTEST pansions.The The I girls will |parade before miivi lnivndi.nl of prisons! uK.iifoid

city currently enjoys a funds continue to pour $350, tothe Lucille Lovell Fund. ity, Clvltan Club the Jaycees, ell I Fund. Herman I Lee has donated the juices! : and audience In swimsuits .. and I lake Butler; \tts.BII ,
FRIDAY, 8 P. M. too credit ratine. City Clerk In from all parts of the coun- The Police Benevolence Fund the Fire Department, and Police 200()() pounds of fish anda spn,ils wear, ,indfoimal Mlllnn, president of (the
:Mturrlll Edwards and Coun- try, the one-week-old Lucille donated $50, the first time ever Department.So fish fry Is planned to tie wear. 'I I en finalists will l be chosen Stnloi: Woman's; t lub of \1-
HORSE FROLICS cilman One Wiggins pointedout Lovell Funds had reached In with Slow Pitch Softball Tournament l'lenn ami \I ra. MM a..nl I "l'ie-
this week. $7,237 at 11:30 a.m. Wednes- planned hero this monthby 'I Ihc finalists will be asked \.itl It'" home extension! unit
SATURDAY 2.30: p. M. day. the Starke Recreation De- a final <|iiesli llic judges, fin, ( 1.1\ ( minl.i
Sheriff Men which they must I ;.iiisnvr! on
the Deputy
within
There sources partment. 'tlcndtIchh
are Donations to help the 43- STRAWBERRYBEAUTY City of Starke government who year-old Starke mother of two w Moore donated Chihuahua pup- stage. ('hen (Ue, I'lTI!' queen will lush ol I Iurahontd" r J be sold and the be selected from the :23! 1>c.III-
will con- py In money ,
I 1.1l1
doubt power usage dtr7 of the( ixii'e.inl: innim-tiilon >!
get a kidney transplant opera- ,
PAGEANT for th fund. \ teen- tics faun Baker, Hriidfoul
It ,
going e
tinue to grow at the rate In week" ,due 10.. ""nrlkllll miKlilIIM -
tion continuing to ,
are
pour
dance Is planned \pril 8 ( 'lay, Putnam, and ll'nlon I (oim-
has in the past. They point the First I Federal Savings and age : commitment. In Ml hunt. Hits!
SATURDAY 8 P. M. out the city is not gaining In Loan Association where the r In the National .uardimory; ties weekend, thus d I""Pl'ir.|> ..' theiiiilnVi
population and that there is with The Maggl i of Jacksonville of uinlesl.nits. hum i 2y'
fund has been established, reports -
I lie toniesl' nlll actually Ijc-
STRAWBERRY BALL a limit in how much current Mrs. I.ovell's story has .. performing. gill ill 3 p.m.oatul'dl! ) with a (In 2t.:!
be used by the present '
will
SATURDAY, 9:30: P. M. been spread all over the coun- Checks have been sent uI > co'iv: : pally for lonli'sUinls, (belt, .
( iinti'sl I l'lItl1l'lJ n e
population.That try by newspaper and radio ; I First 1 Federal and the Stake companions; / mid (lie, judges at
is the position Councilman accounts and has received I Police Department from Stanton the (mi'dun I Iest.lllriini.: the I I !IIKI.V M<'I.ill, IH, I aki I''HIci -

HOLY WEEKSERVICES Bowen takes In oppos- statewide television coverage. .. (Ohio) ; Colorado Springs, party Is UP' ho hosed by' (lie 1 1', s'i 'iiMireil. 1 bhe( liiuiKapM '
ing the call for a new bond Local groups in a L'S-301 : ('oloradoIaryland.; : I'uiuth-: Siihe( senior Uoni.iuVs ( lub.U | Sum 11t.\.
issue. Bowen said Monday he road block last Saturday, raised r- hccpsle, !N.V.; I LIttle flock, 4 p.m. Jud 'es will conduct\
doesn't see how the city can over $4,300 In one day. M.tC + Arkansas; Kalamazoo, Michigan Informal. !InlciNliws' wllh( on- (l.loili ""I 11all.; H'", Slat "M. .
finance another bond issue U Baldwin, local car dealer, was ; f.eornia; and :Montana, among slants. hi.innoifd' 1 U MlU\( lull's. I ''nistin ..'
MON. THRU FRI. Is could not absorb the recent Jailed with his ransom set at other states. 'v. siarKi1.
10 per cent electric rate \1\ !I r; p.m. a limit i Is scheduled -
12OONOOKMETHODIST: increase $10,000 but Baldwin was released !Mac Baldwin has been Inter- ut tie, lliillli\ Inn tot \I.II'II' I ou I'icv.iii, l.Muilenn -
In the custody of Mayor viewed by several national radio coiUt'SUiiits( out mil)'vs. I I'e', >, slo'nslll'o| l b> I'aul'sI "

!Noegel> said Monday he did Carl Hurst. r networks. He was put on I stall l'liainiae( ) of. Maeelemn' .

CHURCH n't see how the city would Saturday was declared: Lucille the air over CBS this week viaa I Cttye:. sniils, I". Muclcnm' ,
need the new engine within the Lovell Day: In Starke.Hun- telephone hook up. S|.IIISI>IK| In) Sttuls Mnkiib of
FELLOWSHIP HALL next year. Engineer Wilson saidit dreds of volunteers took partin Straivlerry Hull \'C'lelll"'
will take a year to get a the day along with Mac Baldwin A canister Is available In Sara \\ hltl, H', \t,it' 'ieaup,
new engine In operation.The Like Baldwin, who grinned the Hospital Auxiliary (Boothat sponsored, l IJ> 1.IIIl'I\'S\ luwnsimp '
Set Saturday
LUNCHEON SERVED and appeared as If he really Mrs. Lucille Lovell toilet with monocled Mac Baldwin at the Bradford County lair nf '1.1 in It.'III'').

enjoyed his "Jailing." the volunteers the visits City Hall Saturday. for anyone who wishes to make t onnk Williams. (Ill. I'alatKa,
DAILY AT NOON time has come for the
council to make a decision. went gaily about their donations there To Honor QueenA simitsoiiHl b> Uh, : lout > lob,
fund "Tiny Just couldn't keep her
McHae raising. of benevolence were si.uke. J
Councilman Jimmy laId. the Starke Police full
THE PUBLIC IS Wiggins then moved to call From a Brownie scout troop, a man In Jail Departmentput (Baldwin) the city police Saturday, that home Mrs. ,"1-ovell's Mrs. Nelson escapades said of Strnwbei ry Mall Is set at I I'e.ule: \\ ulrlfll\ H';, "'ta I'ke,

for bids. to Candy Stripers making the and then paid to get him out, no charges were made In a The tiny little lady has !9 p.m. In the new "Nationalf.uard Sxuisiiiiil| l I.y the' Hi.idfoid
CORDIALLY INVITED rounds of Starke and counting Mayor Hurst said. minor wreck which occured In urday. Armory on I l'dwards (toad/ C oiiiil> HosplUil' \u\illaiv.,
City bond trustees recom- money In the city police station the road block. been confined to her home, this Saturday following the, 1'.1 lid.. Hi,me N ailH>roiili,
SPONSORED BY mended over a year ago that to members of the National $330 was raised last Thurs- "It's' a big success so far," hardly able to walk from Die Strawberry Queen lIe uly I'a- .17. :M.Ktluuv\ >, s|.insoiiil b>
they city: procure a new en- Guard, where Tiny Lov- day at the Clay Electric Co Mrs. Naomi Nelson; organizerof house to the car. gaunt at Uie Bradford Count K.IMMII I'hdnnn'y6wclctuU.. .
operative's annual meeting, a said Tuesday night. I'utmaknic' ( Iran, 17,
MINISTERIAL ALLIANC gine. ell 1 I. employed as a mechanic the drive Fair
hundreds of persons pitchedIn. local church donated $300, and But she suffered few III effects The new Bradford l County .staike. six.iihoieil. bs staikeI
Power usage exceeded the numerous checks for $JflO were "It's really something"to seethe from her outings. Strawberry Queen and her court I Ilks I edge. "IMP.( :!.

c-- of firm capacity, maximum out- Excitement of the day radiatedto sent in from out of state. kindness of people. have she The life of Mrs. Lovell is will be presented, following the \vomiv Rind: 17, surku t< :,

!; put with the largest unit down Mrs. Lovell who several In the added. Several persons, being sustained now by an artificial beauty; pageant: at (the fair l.>nsi>.ieil b) the. MaiKe: MiilneClub. ,
Iir (Community Groups participating offered to donate kidneys
kidney machine. $35.- .
last summer when it peakedat times made the rounds of the grounds.
&talr Sank 5,675 kilowatts The plant's police station and road block. road block Included, the biggest the National money Mrs. Nelson said a groupof 000 U needed for a kidney Music will be by 'I lie 4 nubs Kendall 'liniiei.' Its( "KeysUniv
maker, Starke housewives plan a transplant to restore her of Jacksonville. Admission will heights, Hmimoivil| 1 I liHulnU)
Groups participating Included Guard, candy stripers, girl health. l>liiKSof Kll
A-.r .... Upr. the He- furniture and rummage sale be $5 per couple.
Brownie scouts,
peak capacity with all engines the Beta Sigma Phi Soror- scouts,
.__ tile
N.a with The ball Is sponsored by
,. ...tl.r..._c-: .. operational Is approximately ity which sold 580 dozen donuts creation Departme.it, Auxiliary in the near future, pro- Woman's ( (( olll' lub.
7,400 kilowatts and gave all the profits, Police, Beta Sigma Phi Soror- ceeds going to the I Lucille I Lov- (Cont'd On Pg. 4) Starke Junior






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Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red Mrs. William O'Brlan of Tallahassee Mrs. J.R. lUte Pent Thurs-
Miss Patterson with Mr. and
1 last day to Monday
dish and family spent Sunday was the guest
Complimented AtLuncheonShower at St. Augusdne. They Joined week of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Mrs. L.J. KIte In West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bowen Hood. Mrs. Hood and her guest Beach. She was accompanied
..t and Mrs and Mrs. Bill Booth visited St. Augustine, Jacksonville by Mrs. Malcolm Pownall who
who had spent tfie. weekend and points of Interest while visited Mr. andMrs.. Thomas
.
Pownall at Melbourne.
Miss Marilyn Patterson there. her.
bride-elect of April 30, was "I'' : : .. + m + ++ + 9mmmm...- . . . ,.. . . .. . :
complimented at a luncheon ai d ,, >".,"' ''" I
kitchen shower Saturday given "''''-;JffirI"'C' /""
+
r by Mrs. L.V. Ilardln and Mrs. ", .li'!: '''',( ', W\S\mi\ue
A.N. Holltday at the home of ,,'","'": ,' .', '
Gladys) Moolri Phoo t 4-7$OSSotlely MsI of the latter. ;

Arrangements of spring flowers -
EditorSailing
azaleas, spire and wis-
teria were used In the party
rooms. The bride's table was FRIED CHICKENWELCOMES
covered with white lace cloth
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and centered with a white taper 4-J
encircled with lavender and
Luncheon Given white wisteria. The other two _

For BrideelectMrs. dining tables were centered with YOU TO THE
: lavender tapers encircled with
L lavender wistaria. Bridal place
W.M. Meng and Mrs. cards marked the seating ar-
w Theron Hunter gave a bridal rangement.The FAIR AND STRAWBERRY
luncheon Saturday at the homeof bride-elect was presented -
Mrs.Meng'a parents, Mr.and with a net pot clearner cor- "
Mrs. E.L. Matthews, honoring HaganFreemanEngagement sage which was Interspersedwith i i'o'L FESTIVAL ;
Miss Elaine Chance of Jacksonville miniature rolling pins.She
y whose marriage to Sgt. Told was also given a crystal salad
Carlton Meng will be an eventof bowl with silver fork and spoon
May I In Jacksonville. ,from her hostesses as a mem- AND INVITES YOU TO COME BY AND HAVEA
Decorating the home for the Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Fagan ento of the occasion. I:
occasion were arrangements of of Lake Butler announcethe Among the guests were Mrs
azaleas and spring flowers.The engagement and approachIng R.G. Patterson mother of the PIECE OF
guests were seated at three marriage of their daugh- honoree and Mrs. Kenneth Hartof
tables which were covered with ter, Lavina Marie, to Clinton Palatka, mother of the bride
white linen cloths and centered Gordon Freeman, son of Mr. groom-elect.
with bud vases holding pink a- and Mrs. Warren Mersey of STRAWBERRYFREE PUB
zaleas. Bridal place cards Lake Butler.
marked the seating arrangement The bride-elect is a 1970 Young People
for the 12 guests. graduate of Union County High,
The hostesses presented the and Is employed with the Fruit Enjoy 'Taffy PuU'At
1r honoree with a white carnation Growers Express In Jackson- 10{
Hurst HomeThe
i corsage and a crystal relish ville.
dish as a memento of the oc- The wedding will be an eventof WITH EACH
CHICKEN:: DINNER
casion. 9. 1971 at 8 In
April p.m. young ladies of the 10th Popular Panbuit
1 l yn 1 1l 1p Among the guests were Mrs. the Johnstown Missionary Baptist llth, and 12th grade Young Peoples -
t 1i E.R. Chance of Jacksonville, Church, on SR 121 north Sunday School Department CRISP ON TIlE
OUTSIDE MOIST AND TENDERON
mother of the honoree: Mrs. of Lake Butler. ,..rh.. Fl... Rnr..i.t Church Multicolor stripes of
Norton, and Mrs. Wright of All friends and relatives are held an old-fashioned "!affy; block and brown high
Switzerland, Fla.; and Mrs. Invited to attend. and candy pull" at the homo light this popular pantsuit THE l INSIDE
Paul Mong mother, and Mrs. of their Sunday Schoolteacher mod.l.d by Lou Ann Tho
Walter B. Mouck, grandmother Mrs Carl Hurst, last Thurs
The of
mas. pantsuit

Mr. and Mrs. polyester
i of the prospective bridegroom. Meng ,day evening. knit has flare Ug-

Honored at DinnerIn The girls enjoyed learningand g.d slacks,, with on alas- STARKE I 155 WISHBONE COUNTRY
participating In this almost -
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n Mrs. Long Attends Gainesville forgotten art of making tic waist.
n ir 60th can4 y. Mrs. Bob MllnSr, who This suit from Carp's iscomoletelv '23&.SOUTH-TEMPLE (South 301)) STARKE. FLORIDA

AnniversaryOf Mr. and Mm. Ctvrta n. also teaches In the departmentand washalol.. .
Tpr- -- -- - - - - - -
Riverside? wtllegar Jr. and daughter, Mrs. Edmond Tenly Sr.

.Anne, honored Mr. and Mrs. insisted syrup candy the girls, and In demonstrating cooking) the Open MOB thru Thurs. 9 to 6 p.m. Fri., Sat. .9 to 7 p.m. Open Sunday. Aft.rnoons, .
'
William M. Meng at dinner '
one of a -
Mrs. Gene Long was
tne correct method of pull-
; the the 200 South nurses who from attended throughout the- party Gainesville Thursday Country evening Club.at Mrs.the Ing and twisting the candy.A INCREDIBLE LOW PRICES AT CARP
dessert course was servedat
reunion of Meng Is the former Miss Bet-
Sailing 60th Anniversary
the close of the party.; I
Matthews
Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville sy a recent bride.
at the Mayflower Hotel Preceding the dinner the 1
Sailing the occasion, as Roof last Saturday. guests met at the Terwille Anne Terwillegar'
Ells Johns models a Being honored at the reunion gar home on E. Call street 1
dross with tho natical look were Uri Edward Jelks, one of for hors d* oeuvres. Spring, Is Complimented
the founding doctors, Miss Sarah flowers. were used throughout '
from LII' Aires A whit. By Lady GolfersThe
Spears, a member of the the home, patio and swimmingpool
sailors collar with a r.d first graduating class of the area for the occasion.
tlo highlights tho dr.... School of Nursing, and Eugene Enjoying the affair with the Ladles Golf Associationwho
Tho long I torso Is bandod Matthews, an orderly at the hosts and honored couple were are sponsors for Miss
In soli material and topstitchod hospital since it opened In Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, Mr. Anne Terwillegar at the Straw
and Mrs. Bob Ferguson and berry Queen contest, honored
,In r.d. A whit.
1911.Mrs.. Long Is a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews. Miss Terwillegar at a luncheon
knlfo pUatod skirt thatis
the Riverside School of Nursing Saturday at the Garden Rest-
bordered at the hemline this Girl ScoutsGirl aurant.
and others of area
in slg lag designs of r.d, graduating from the school Centering the luncheon table
.
Scout Troop 614, with where- thai eleven guests were
whit., and blu., glv.s aperf.ct Include Martha Brownlee John -,
finish for this Elizabeth Plummer, their leaders, Mrs. A.J. Eaves seated was an arrangement of ,
saucy son Brooks of Lawtey, and the and Mrs. R.S. Mulling enter- yellow gladioli,,Iris. tuMps 1! and, o t .
sailor from Stump's.UDC .
late Ella Mae Long Canova, tained their Friendship Troop chrysanthemums. g S 0o I
and Doris Hlagy Blackwell. 626, Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, Mrs. Herb Herres gave a _
Notice 1935 was the year of birthIn leader, at a social party; at tribute to,Miss Terwlllegarand \
of the Wainwright Park on Church presented her with Ute table
Rlversldo Hospital
Weeks UDC /
W.T. Chapter, ,
Street Thursday afternoon. memento of
centerpiece as a
will meet Wednesday, April 7, booular singer. Pat Boone, The girls had games and refreshments the occasion. r
at 3:30: pjn. at the home of whose mothor, Margaret Richard during the party; eof
Mrs. Frank Beard with Mrs. Boone, of Jacksonville, hours and surprised Mrs. Mul-
Johnny Barrett and Mrs. W. was also a graduate nurse of llns with a cake for her birth- Beta Sigm Phi
P. Bartlett as co-hostesses. RiversIde Hospital. day anniversary. Elects Officers ? ofno

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Eeelet
For New YearBeta
sllpo
Snappy gpela1n91tun r e99bondeelaef .
renle algeve y.b
: wZ Sigma Phi sorority held ( eeer I 19gos ; r Ii I
wi yteeva A i
Its election of officers Monday'evening w n0 ,
aEARAtLALL March 22. In the homeof be 10 Ins. /
RAS porn
.... .. Mrs. C.W. Slade with Mrs. j 54' < taje howo oe ne
Billy Godge as co-hostess.
: : Elected as president was Mrs. OUR REG.
Philip Clark; vice-president, $1.59 &
Mrs. Richard Row; recording $1.69"Cross $117
I : secretary, Mrs. Gene Cox;corresponding -

i 1970 i C.W. Slade; treasurer secretary,, Mrs.Mrs. your heart" & other stylesto
Billy Hodge; and extension officer choose from In 32 to 40 ABCGIRDLES .
Mrs. Arthur Patray.

i i 2 HAND 25" MOTOROLA I bers Preceding attended the the election Drug mem-Semi- 1 TOTE

nar held at the Woman's Club. .' BAGS

OUR
Duplicate Bridge a REG. $297 Our OO '

COLOR[ I II Winners Named i =. J.99 $5.99 Reg.

SETS = t'i Lycra n' panda In e-m-I-xl I. K''-cky crinkle xa

Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Panty Hose-100% Cantrece nylon patent In black,
line were the winning coupleat In fashion shades.S-A-T-XT bone or white, II
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Our Reg. 1.99

I REG. $542.00 SET $ I night.Dent were Ken Dent second and, Mrs.Townsend G.J. Girls Panty Hose Micro mesh In i 9 f i I

l iMcGriff Sr. and Mrs.Lex Green fashion shades. 1 stretch 1
and Mrs. (
were third, and Bev. Its 8-14. OUR SALEsize PRICE

: AS LOW AS 1 John The Flynn club were meets fourth.every Tues-

day night at 7:30: p.m. In the
Pratt Street Recreation Center MENS SHORT SLEEVE
i 23 CONSOLE s and Is open to the public.

DRESS SHIRTS

: BANK FINANCING, AVAILABLE i Mrs. RussellWrites MENS DRESS SHOES Perm press fabric

: 1 YEAR WARRANTY, PARTS AND I Chanute New A.F.B.. 'From ets Strap styles and and oxford Buck with $ 899& a / blend with collar of long poly/colton 7 colors point to 2 $5p. 00

leather or vinyl : choose from in FOR OUR REG
: LABOR, 2 YEARS WARRANTY uppers. Size 6'/i sizes 14'/i-17 SZ.99

Mrs. S.L. Russell, Jr., sis- _to 12. OUR SALE_PRICE /_
I PICTURE. i ter-ln-law of Mrs. C.L. Hill Mans Fashion Tie S
of Klngsley Lake has Joinedthe LADIES EASTER ;$ 4" width, Washable. 18?
S staff of The News Gazette; u.. Our Reg. $2,SO
w Rantoul. ilL, as reporter for HEELS OUR SALE PRICE
Chanute Air Force Base.
Mrs. Russell Is the wife of $ 99 at BOYS SPORT or
e
i STEREO SETS REDUCED i T. Sgt. Samuel L. Russell, of 599 4 DRESS SHIRTSThe
the 3343 Maintenance & Sup ,
ply Group who la, a brother crinkle look with y" 4 Perm press poly/cotton
i TO COST PLUS 1O% 's of Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Russell has straps & buckles. Wht.snappy In colorful stripes,
been active In the Family Services blue & red In 5 to 10. fyWyra y solids& patterns Taper
ed & tails styling.
program and other activities 4awl .

INCLUDING AM FM RADIO The at Russells Chanute.have purchased GIRLS EASTER collar Long point

I the Bill Reddish home Kings- OUR REG. UP 101259
SHOES
ley Lake and plan to make their FROM 87

GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST! permanent home hare upon SgtRussell's Straps & buckles
retlrment In April
In crinkle $349 CARP'$
i 1973. .nt. 58.8Vi3. CHARGE

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A mother of consumer-art-
G AY APPLIANCES ented young people says that I f i l 1 1 1
the other morning they forced
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f I WOMENMr. ME 41uE FURNITURE Country Music Show


I I 1 QjaUly: Home FurnUhlngs 1st and'3rd Saturdays .
Custom Drapcrlwt hI
and Mrs. Homer Stearns J Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand r- Carpeting. UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

of Tavares spent Thursday toMonday family visited Rev. and I Interiors by Victor
with Mr. and Mrs.TuI- Mrs. Don Kokomoort In Lake y9t 1600 Park Ave Orange Park 8:00 P.M.
lle Norman. land over the weekend. 264-9331 .tf
s Y'ALL COME

Mrs. Joe Allen Sapp and family Mike Jackson of Starke and ;.. t
of Jacksonville visited Mr. New Arrivals Mike Murrhee of Keystone

and Mrs. Eldon: Sap) last Friday Heights who are presently stationed -
at Fort Story, Va., were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. JeffreyB. I.ee...eoOOOOooooooooooooooooeooolWe
Mrs. Louise Norman and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shaw Jackson at Arlington Va. r D
and Mrs. Homer Steams visited of Starke announce the birth over the weekend. They via I e
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. EdwardsIn of a daughter born March 30 ited points of Interest Includ- a'lil S
Jacksonville Saturday. in the University; Medical Cen- ing Arlington National Ceme- t '

ter. tery, The Washington Monu- DD Were Glad To Have Had The 9O
Local: admittances to Brad- ment, and the White House.
ford County Hospital this week Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Har- I D
Include: Mrs. Lucite Knowles rington of Starke announce the Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison
:
Mrj. Gussie Durden, Miss Lor- birth of a daughter born March visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Opportunity Of Bringing Miss America
ralno Alvarez, Miss Nona Mae 30 in Alachua General Hospital. Harrison In Ocala on Sunday. fr
Mlckler, D.I. Knight. Joseph DID 0
Brantley, Ruth Reynolds, Mrs. Bradford County; Hospital announces Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herlong To The Bradford County Fair
Jeanne Loper, Richard A Lee, the following births: and Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Her I If
Mr*. Marie Johnson, Mr. .S
long of Jacksonville, and Mr. r' D
Sherry Prevatt and William Mr and Mrs. Jack Densel and Mrs. Arthur Mon of Binghamton 't
Austin Smith, Starke; Mrs. Lu- Deck, Hawthrone, a daughter, N.Y. were Sunday A1u I Ial 9 And Strawberry Festival :
cretia Sutjgs Lake Butler; Charlene Carolyn, March 27. guests of Mrs. W.F. Herlong. 9
George R. Grlffls, Paul Dink- .
ins, Lawtey; Ivery Hodjjo Mr and Mrs. Dennis Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and II I 9 .
Brooker; Charles E. Ross Jr., Reid, Starke, a son. Terry family and Miss Diane Grlf I II 9 .
Raiford Miss Mary Ann Rho-
; Allen March 25.
fis spent the weekend at Gat- I 9
den, Hampton; Mrs: Era Rog- .
ers, Waldo.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edward llnburg, Term. O

Douglas, Starke, a son Carl Mr. and Mm. T.B. Althoff
of Wilmington. and Mrs., Dela.T.W.were SUegler Mon- Edward Douglas n, March 28. and family of Minneapolis, 9S 0o
Minn will arrive Saturday for THE: KNICKFIt: KICK-Sauntering Into spring is the
diy overnight guests o! Cot. Mr and Mrs. James Fuquay, > o
ten days visit with Mrs. Al- jauntiest look of them all: newsmakinK knickers here .
and Mrs T.T. Long while en- Starke, a son, John Maxey, suited out in black and white printed cotton By Addenda. O
route to Hillsborough Beach. March 29. tar. .
They wore all Moiday night aI
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Otis Brewer, Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Ulus Dansby Mrs. R.L. Spengler of St. .
T.H. Slade. of Ozark, Ala, were Friday Augustine Is spending several .
Lawtey, a daughter, KImberly Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton and Saturday guests of Mr. weeks with LTC and.Mrs, V .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish Dean, Much 29. were In Mouttcello Sunday and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. J, Spengler while Mr. Sprang':'*- .
of Wubster were last Thurs- and Monday visiting her par- ler is in Baptist Hospital,Jack- .
visitors of ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil Whitehead is a patient sonville. o
day Mrs. A.E. McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Patrayand .
H. Thomson. Mrs. Hamilton in the Memorial Hospital,Jack
of Huntsville,Ala.
were daughter recent visitors of his parents remained for several days. sonville. Miss! Elanore Lee, of Starke, 9 .

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wil has been elected secretary of .
Mr. and M-s. Mlhael Dru- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner Mr. and Mrs L.C.' Early the Lake City Community Col-
also visited Dr. .
sa, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dru- kinson. They of Orlando visited Mr.and Mrs. Joined Mr.and Mrs. Amos San- lege Student Government Association .
Charles Kurzlel of Orlando and Mrs. J.W. Patray, Mr. and Barney McRae Saturday. The and Tavares,
nand ford of Anna, 111. In a student body
Mrs. Don Patray, Mr. and Mrs. .
weekend guests of McRaes returned to Orlando Silver Springs on Monday.Mr. .
: were at election held last week.tBruce
Arthur Patray and Mr.and Mrs. with the Conners to spend Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. John Mussollne.] I ; .
James Gassett. day and visited Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. R.V Turner Haddock spent the .
Al Harley at Merritt Island. and family were In Valdosta, weekend at Patrick AFB with
ONLY 14DAY5 LEFT Ga. Sunday visiting Roy Tur !Ken
roommate, :
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kandelof ner in a nursing home and Mr. his former Guard MAC BALDWIN
J T7i "".S? CVtHTOIKSTAKT Miami spent the weekend and Mrs. W.T. Brinson. Knudsen of the Coast .
Ltl4.! _qo .11
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= =--= :.0., with their son-in-law and es
-----.-- Et ; -- Dr. and Mrs. .
daughter, Harry
1..-.----.- >> Attending the WSCS district Mrs. Lonnie Harley visited .
.---=<-- ... _..-- Gruen. meeting at the First Methodist Al Barley] at
I,, ._ ,, ___ ....: 1I 1- _.J'. Mr. and Mrs. .
---, -- ;-- "' Church In Lake City last Wed-
---:-- Merritt Island last Saturdayand .
Mrs. C.S. Haddock and daughter nesday were Mrs. D.T. Fara- .
SERVICE Mrs. J.B.Talley of Gainesville bee, Mrs. J.H. Moseley, Mrs. Sunday. e
visited Mrs. Haddock's Charles Sawyer, Mrs. Ralph
YOUR Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Wimber- .
ON mother. Mrs. Stella Griffin Diggs, Mrs. Jack Eaves, Mrs. the .
in St. Vincent's Hospital Sun- Titus Olson Mrs. Bertha weekend ly of Eagle with Lake Mrs.spent Nelson> .
day. Pearce and Mrs. H.II. Adams. Mrs. Wlm- .
Green and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- During the memorial service, berly attended the FEA Teacher's .
INCOME TAXNow special tribute was made to In Jackson- .
wire were In Albany, Ga. Mon- the late Mrs. C.D. Williams Convention received the Y ,
ville where she .
day to Wednesday of last weekto and Miss Kate Struth. House award
Little Red School .
attend the funeral of Mrs. .
H & R BLOCK offers Josle Crusoe on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brownof for her the school outstanding Mrs. Wimber-programin .
something new-INSTANT Redkey, Indo will, be Saturday
NOWI the Eagle
SERV CE. Just walk into COMPLETE Robert Barksdale and son to Wednesday guests of ly Lake is Elementary principal of School. ee .
any local H & R BLOCK RETURNS $ Robbie, were In Eufaula, Ala. Mr. and Mrs George W, .
office with your tax rec PREPARED Monday and Tuesday on busi- Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Christie .
and walk out wHILE
you'll
ords I
ness. week-
of Baltimore, Md. were .
in no time with your cornYOU Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Coopei eJ
and Mrs.
of Mr.
plated lox return. Let us WAIT Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and visited Mrs. Ada Barber ir end guests .
prove. you CAN take it children of St. Augustine were Cross City Sunday afternoon. P.D. Fancher Jr.
with youl! Visit BLOCK to rtm weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Among those attending the : /J e
day. You'll be glad we got Carl Hurst and family Col. and Mrs. Marvin Drake Guard Officers Association
together! ... ..... ..., of Rome, Italy were weekend National conference over the- DON WILLIAMS JIM LAWSON :
= GUAKANTM _-_ Mrs. Walter Stewart and Mrs. guest s of Dr. and Mrs; A.J. Plaza Hotel at
weekend at the
Wa guarantee accurate preparation of every tax here Kenneth Stewart of Gainesville Barry.Dr. .
t ii If w. make any errart that coif you any penalty arntortr were Saturday visitors of Mr. Daytona Beach were: Col. and -_

t_1 !Ii ... will pay that penalty ar hit.'..?._ and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. and Mrs. AY. Coving- and Mrs.Mrs.H.M.Donald Hatcher Iteardon! Jr., Major, Major S re .

ton were In Atlanta, Ga. last Ten Eich and I .
and Mrs.
HIR B31J. CK( O. Miss Patty; Budd Mike Budd Wednesday to Friday attendingthe daughter Lt. Col. and Mrs. I .
: __ and Miss Marty; Smith of Jacksonville National Conference on Rural V.J. Spengler, Lt. Col. Robert .
visitors
AMERICA'S LARGEST TAX..SERVICE WITH OVER 5000 OFFICES were Sunday Health Jackson. Lt Col. and Mrs. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mong. Fred Lewellyn and son. W/O ,' .

BBS N. WALNUT ST. Mr. and Mrs. Slchey Strick Mrs. S.W. Tlllls of Clear- John Mrs. J.H.Stephens Johnson, Lt. Capt.Col. Jim and .. .r.. .
vIsit-
land of Lake City were
; visitor .
water was last Wednesday Locke, Major Jim Bloodworth,
own 9 ..m, to It p.m.. Moil.. ,.,. PH M4.1150tt ing Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Strick- of Mrs. George Anderson. W/O Ed Cole, W/O R.G. Pat- e

_NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY land on Sunday. erson, W/O Otto Seiner, Capt.! I } .
Richard Jockel and Capt. and
Mrs. Billy Dampier .
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Mention Bradford County Volunteer d'r ny sponsored by Odom's Department
Merrill Fir Department. nyyh I Store at Macclenny,
Junior Education Division J)

Open House Bradford! Union Vo-Tecn Center ,
2) Future Homemakers of
America, I) Future Farmers Hunt
April 3,4 of America. Honorable- Mention t 1,200
GIrl Scouts.
-,w Adult Education: J 0 Bradford

Merrill Construction Co.will Agriculture, 2) Florida State.
Prison Horticulture Exhibit f
hold open house this Saturdayand
Mention Bradford
April 3-4. at Its Honorable
Sunday County; Public Health Advisory The annual city-wide; Easter.
all-brick model home 3
new Council.No Egg Hunt sponsored by the
mile north of Starke on U.S. Recreation Department'
special attractions are I Starke :
301. The horn will be open >planned> Thursday April 1, but is set Friday, April 9, at 10:30: ,
from 2 to 8
for Inspection
:
the midway will be open and a.m. at the WestsIdePark.All .
p.m.The will visitors mar Hew tile animalson boys and girls, toddlers
model horn that
display and exhibits) In the through grade five are Invited -
be on display Mils for.$17,500 In the search
four fair buildings. Fair officials to participate
Including lot. pump and, well designs o say It will tab several 9 for 1,000 brightly colored Eas-
but the c company: has 100 -
Choose from and will hours for a leisurely tour tel' eu.
to
of the exhibits and livestock As usual there will be a
build on the CU8t ner'* lot Friday April 2. a local talent special prize egg.
or provide a lot If desired. show is set 8 p.m. In the
At present the company; has show arena under direction of
nine available lots adjoining Richard JockeL r a h
Its model home located Just Saturday April 3. Is another Disputed claim have ltd
north of Thonl's service station 'the government lo put afrees.
for the fair. The
trig day annual on Alaskan land north
on 301.Merrill
frolics is set at
Construction Co. now borne of the Yukon. Sound tart of/
operates In five states, with M f 2:30: pun. under sponsorship redundant to ut.
of the -Bradford Roping Club.
headquarters In South Carolina. An annual highlight of the .
WE HAVE FEWER farmers
The Startle office which Is Its
fair, the Strawberry Queen
and it Is
continu-
first In Florida serves a six-: now a
Is 8
Beauty Pageant, set at
county; area. Including Brad- Saturday.Beauty. Steer gets shave by Ricky Tomllntan In steer ing miracle: how every year
pun preparation
ford, Union Columbia Baker .haw.ponsored. sees more corn, beef pork
Clay and Suwannee.Tbe wheat and country music.
company builds homesIn Rotations fried 1,200 quarter. of' chicken for their free Rural-Urban Bay f..d. e e e

the $13-117,000 price range Show ., Security is the new craze (In
with three or four bedrooms, lubtirbia./ / The
using pre-cut timbers. Pay- as New York, are completely entered in the livestock show by Starke Builder's Nora Jane Plerson, la, Green people may .wlmmlflgjoor
ments run from $75 to $100 Fair. dependent on southern farmersin slated Wednesday night (Can't from" paaa 1)) Supply. Cove Springs, sponsored by the offer a model in the shape/ of/a
per month. the wlnte..and spring months, Also to be judged Wednesday Janice Jones, 17, '''Palatka 'Clay County; Chamber of Com moot.
Merrill Is' from Its sponsored the Palatka *
moving by
Conner said.
Jay-
were both the Junior and Donna Marie Lee, 18, St. Augustine merce.
temporary quarters at 865 N. gram. Except for the remarksby The Bradford County; Fair .Is Senior Divisions of home products sponsored by Leila'sDress cees.Jacquelyn. Coree Weimer, 17, Keystone The naughty shows are the
Temple Ave. and will have per Commissioner Conner, the* an opportunity; to show off what farm products, arts and Shop; of Starke. Kay King 11, Heights, sponsored by Stump'sDepartment ones that pay off on Broad
annual guest of honor, and brief
manent .offices In the model Is going on In the world of crafts. There was also the usual Orange Park Park sponsored by Store of Starke. way. No runs or bits without
home on 301. comments by Sen. Bob Saunders agriculture the commissioner competition between the fair Janet Adams, 18, Keystone Kitchens' Tile of Starke. Sharon Howell, 18, Starke, some Eros.
C.J. Pendarvls, manager of Strawberry Queen Mary said. "That's why I like county; Sandl Llneberry, 18, Orange .
exhibitors, with awards going Heights: sponsored by CI.IIII1InBham's sponsored by Norman's Straw- e e
Ann Barton, and Muggins, therewas
"
the Starke operation Invitesthe fairs Conner added. In three divisions: Q; H. Park, sponsored by Starke berry Farm. Cigarette sales are up.
public to visit the model no program. Fair Association "We live In an affluent society rietlbaassee meesBeech Chrysler Plymouth.
Commercial Division UOplyy Tina Ch 1ft Ho Anne Terwlllegar 17, Starke, Maybe smokers are showing
President Frank Williams
home this Saturday and Sunday. opened the ceremonies and Introduced ; and I'm proud of it," Baldwin Chevrolet sponsored by Jackson'sBuilding Janice Lott, 17, Starke sponsored sponsored by the Starke Ladles their appreciation for not having
Conner said. I by Slade Gas Co.,Starke.
Conner.On 12)) Starling Farm Supply of Starke. Golf Association to watch those commer
stage with those dignitaries "But If s the people In agriculture 3) City; of Starke. Honorable Debbie Guy, 17, Orange Park Diane Mauldin, 19, Macclen- Donna fowling 21, Macclen- cials.
these five
: per cent ny..
Lowell. were Mayor Carl Hurst, who are responsible for this" n ____ ......
County; Commissioners Dave Conner feels the present Federal -
Shuford George Roberts, Zed- administration Is playing
(From Peg 1)) ra Hamilton, and Ralph Bryan, down the Importance of agriculture -
Director of the Florida Division President Nixon
of Corrections Louie Lee feel that since agriculture:seemsto The Name Has Changed
Wainwright and State Sen. Bob Only
Mrs. Joyce Barton of Keystone has always produced an abun-
Heights. Mrs. Lovell's Saunders. dance of food that It will always -
sister will donate the kidney. In brief remarks, Sen. Sawn be that way, the commissioner -
The drive to help secure the ders cited Conner for an outstanding said
transplant began because Mrs. Job in state govern- "These things take dedication -
Barton and Mrs. Nelson are ment. He assured the commissioner and effort" Conner said,
bowling partners in the Gainesville that the Florida Legislature pointing to the fair exhibits
Women's Bowling Association. realizes the problemsof and livestock Roberts
The lady bowlers have agriculture and that its needs George Insurance Inc.
Joined the drive to raise funds will not go unheeded. Conner
had said that legislators In ,
for Mrs. Lovell. Between 40 and 50 thousandare
The organization Is sponsoring this part of the state are most
expected to visit the fair
a 'doubles; tournament at knowledgeable about agriculture during its four day run which
Palm Lanes Otis weekend,'Friday but that some others do ends Saturday, fair officials
Saturday, and Sunday, with not see the necessity; of promoting
shifts slated at 7. 8:30: and agriculture.It's say.Opening day attraction Included Formerly
hard to realize
how
10 p.mj In many the Judging of all live ;
people northern
stales such stock. 40 head of cattle were

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Bradford To Pay Less Income Services Held Private Health Insurance Eighth Graders ..,

To For Buie Crosby. Pays $10.6 Billion Benefits Want To Work ..
In
1971 -
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Survey IndicatesBradford Train Victim To Finance Trip :. ;' V

County residents by an unofficial breakdown of A recent\ study by the Health Insurance Institute showed ..:r- S'' '5rRiiBvooB /

in may Income pay around taxes $100,000 less paymenta received from Florida Buts Crosby, 40, of Worthington that $10.6( billion in private health insurance benefits were received Eighth graders at Bradford
this year than as a whole, which totaled killed Instantly Americans in 1966. Middle School are seeking
Springs was -
by
.!last., according: ...to. ngrimitea
$2.5 billion.
chores to perform for paymentto
last Saturday afternoon The Institute estimated that 159 million
persons were pro-
based on figures for Florida Large as this amount II, It class
for a tripto
when struck by a train near earn money
bills by private health
tected against hospital insurance as 1967
as a whole.In may be the smallest sum that Ma home. He was born In Starke "Six Flags Over Georgia.,"
1970 $3- Income tax will be called began However it.is too early to determine Medicare's impacton -r -
approximately payers on March 3, )1930, and movedto Prices will be very reason-
426,000 In personal Incomes upon to cough up, on an annual Worthington In 1970. He wasa the health insurance business. able, the workers will\ be good, CERAMICS SALE '
left the local area bound for basis, for some time to come. carpenter and a member of and all Jobs will be supervisedby
Washington, before the April Expectations for the next fiscal Bayles Highway Baptist Early reports indicate eligible persons were purchasing poli- an adult according to Mrs.
15 deadline This year the local year starting July 1, run Church. cies supplementing t tjie Medicare benefits, while others con- Jeanne Loper, middle school t Going Out'Of Business
t
considerable The Fed-
Income tax take is estimated !- higher hIs Instructor.
Surviving are parents,
tinued their private coverage after coming under the program.
at 3344000. eral budget counts: on personal Mr. and Mrs. UU; Crosby; Prospective employers may
The decrease is due largely Income taxes reaching $93.7 of Worthington two brothers, The lUll stated that these developments, along with the phone Mrs. Loner at 984-%1't.. 1 DUE TO ILLNESS
;
to a decline In the surtax rate billion, which Is $5.4 billion Randolph Crosby, of Maxvllte, continuing growth of the under-sixty-five population producedan or Mrs, MaxIne Tucker at 964- f
to 2-1/2 per cent, and the fact more than at present and Bobby Crosby,of Worthlngton estimated increase of three million persona with hospital 5717 If they have a Job the MUST SELL EVERYTHING
that Jobs were a bit scarcer For Bradford residents to ; and one sister, Mrs. Ar- insurance during 11161. An earlier survey showed that at least eighth graders can handle. I
In 1970 than in 1969. be able to carry their cur- sula Crawford, Gainesville. seventy insurance;' companies are offering a variety of policiesto I
The trend Is nationwide and rent share of that tax load Funeral services were held supplement Medicare. INCLUDING MOLDS t
this year the Government expects and, and the same time, main- at 2:30: p.m. Monday In the
to collect$88.3 billion tain their present standard of Bayless Highway Baptist e e e ROAD 16, RAIFORD PH. 4311881DON'T
$1.9 billion less than April 1970. living their 1971 Incomes will with You have to keep some roofs' I t
Church Rev. T.E. Eller-
These programs.either for medical not coveredby t
Bradford County's; share of have to be about 6.1 per cent Claude pay expenses 'in the horn sod, says a displaced
be and Rv. McIntosh
Medicare, cash while the insured is in who Inside
the Southerner
the tax load was determined higher than they were In 1970. officiating. Interment was In pay hospital, or MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
in those cases where persons are ineligible for Medicare, help on a black-eyed pea in Pita
Lake with
Crosby Cemetery
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral HomeIn pay for those expenses which ordinarily would be covered. martini. L OF A LIFETIME .J

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t alco'l By PAUL C. FORAKER I lade s FAJRW' EK W i



Editor, Information Servlcei-


How many military people in would be 30,000 alcoholics In the
high positions In government are Naval service alone. Huge capacity-
problem drinkers or practicing Considering lost man hours r.
alcoholics? And how much do drinking!! problems could be cost
they cost the Federal Govern. ing the Navy $45 million a year ]16' FREEZER
!
no defrosting ever
ment and military each year? Air Force Col Richard C. Scl-
These two questions by a Senate betta. using the same formula ,e
subcommittee brought some said alcoholism could be cost- I w' I 0 552 LBS.
stark and frightening. answers Ing his service $57 million 1
recently under the questioningof yearly.
Sen. Harold E. Hughes D. One ex-serviceman, who said j 6 FREEZER
Iowa who Is a recovered alcoholic he was in charge of a nuclear r 17.6 CU. ft.
wulrunwua_ x
warhead even though he was '
A former Air Force colonel in an alcoholic fog, said if he No Frost r 'I'' SURFACES '
had to fire that warhead he'd "
told the committee that he and f Refrigerator-Freezer' rlI
probably be two weeks late.
fellow pilots often flew while
The military men replying I FOR FAST
Intoxicated and another witness Giant freezer holds up
.
voluntarily to the Hughes subcommittee ,r
admitted being an alcoholic I N1
1651bs.'r'
fall In line with the to
while in charge of a nuclear
FREEZE !
weapon! stories of the patient body at .. Jet Freeze icecompartment
the Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabil-
The former pilot said he was itation in Avon Park. freezes ice ONLY
only one of many who frequently
It would substantiate what our I
flew their planes including extra fast
I therapists already know In that
jets, while drunk. the alcoholic personality crosses Rolls out on wheels
"We used to joke about it," over every boundary line in to-
he said, "I've seen pilots coming day's society, be it military or
down from a flight with a civilian. 299 _MA1AIrN r!, 1 111e,1A .I $19
flask of something in their fly. The only tragic distinctionhere
ing jackets. I don't know whether Is that military men are
they were aware that I was often capable of destroying many
doing the same thing or not." more innocent people than even 1 11 l---- Automatic Icemaker available;

Navy Capt. Joseph J. Zuska, the largest estimate attributedto (optional at extra cost). IV
.reporting on the alcoholic treat the drunk driver. Model TBF-18SL Add now or later.
ment program at the Long It Is not a pleasant thought.
Beach, Calif. Naval Station said More Information about the

the to indicate ability to that drink drinking heavily Is seem an writing problem P.O. Box drinker Information 1147 Avon may Park be Services had Fla.by Side By -ft Side*****> Rge\ ago 4'Freezer Vtf ', ',' Family sized washerwith

attempt to prove his manhoodand

adulthood. 33825.He Is a sick person and shouldbe Cycle!
Though he and other service treated as such whetherin ,. Permanent Press
doctors said there have beenno the military or the State of
studies on the extent of drinking Florida, or for that matter,
problems In the military the world. Alcoholism is a complex
Zuska said if the estimated civilian problem but it can be arrested -
alcoholc rate of five percent through education, pre- r FILTER-FLO1
held for the Navy there vention and treatment.

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Top-Bracket Benefits Paid I
RefrigeratorFreezerAdjustable
I I'I;' Filler-Flo wash

To Va of Older CouplesA ,. i shelves 3 System selections water-level

Rolls out on wheels 3 wash. 2 rinse
survey of 5 million couples collect benefits in Automatic icemaker available temperaturesPorcelain

older couples who collect the $115-$140 bracket about .:e (optional at enamel.
social security retirement 14 percent in the $90-$115 lop, basket. and
benefits showed that one- bracket, and about 18 per- iul y t'I I,, i extra cost) tub
third of them receive pay cent in the under-$90 d i tx if Also available 15, 19, Permanent Press

ments of $160( a month or bracket. '1 p 22&24 cu. ft. sizes cycle with
more, according to social "Half in the bottom bracket t "Cooldown'Automatic
security officials here.A receive the minimum retirement -
social security spokesman benefit of $64, or r LOW
cited n recent studyof reduced amount if they !
married couples with elected to collect benefits p 49 LOW H88

one or both members 65 or before 65," the spokesmansaid. PRICE - _. .
over who collect social security :
benefits.
Retirement benefits are .
__ WWAMOO
The study also indicatedthat based on a worker's aver- ,.
about 20 percent of- age earnings during his
the older couples collect working years. They are
social security benefits in funded by contributions to

the second-highest bracket social security from workers Magic Chef Eye Level Cooking Comfort Continuous Cleaq *
--$140 to $160 a month. and their employers.The Range
About 15 percent of therM
rate of social security "' 30" 36"
or
ooonoriD ooor* rtsVi contributions,as well rf :l 30" OR 36"PORCELAIN -=-.-. No E 1 .
Bending or
the maximum amount of c ..
as .
i ..
[ annual earnings subject tc y f INSIDE + Stooping in 4 RANGEr

contributions, has been Increased Eve-level Oven
AND OUT '
through the yearsto r I I*" Itself
8 Ml. West Of Sfarke r--- .. --'
keep benefits In line with TOTALAUTOMATIC -: while you cook.
On Stat. Road 100 earnings, acording to the LifeTimeGuarantee
.' J Come in and let
spokesman. On ,
Discount LiquorGpeci1GY | us show, you!
Men and women may be- _j Burners
gin collecting full monthly __-;:- ,' I Saves Hours

retirement benefits basedon '.. Lift Up Top j of messy cleaning
i their own earnings re- :
_
:j 65-or actuarially \ --= _. FROM
cord at reduced benefit an at- -- v- Choice of Colors 4 -e- -_ CHOICE OFr

62 he said.A r -- -1 ONLY COLORS
Good Thru April 3
retired man's wife receives -
'
PASSPORT SCOTCH an amount equal to ONLY '
half of his benefit when
Qt. $5.99CANADIAN! she's 65-or earlier if she
has dependent children. She
MIST may also receive reduced 8 'I i
benefits between 62 and 65 wt. ,
Qt. $4.99WHITEHALL even if she has no depen-

VODKAQt. dent children. V.NUC 11/xr
A wife may collect social
$4.99 security on her own recordif wt

t such benefits are higher
JIM BEAMQt. than her benefit as a wife,
$5.49WHITEHALL the spokesman said. 332 WEST MADISON. ST.


GIN I Slade Gas And Appliances PHONE 9647701April

Qt. $3.99 security Have a question and its about retirement social' ,

aurvivora. disability or Medicare : 4

Specials Watch For Each Our Week number b'neflUT l and )address'See tot your the of phone tele the. It * ** It itA It It * * * It It. It It It ItIt *****.AIt

nearest social' security office.
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School Board PondersAdministrative Control: Your Lawn Weeds Now ..



OfficesA


decision .Is pending at the remained were Supt. Casey and be
can utilized.
April 6 school board meetingon three members of his staff-
what course of action will Payroll Officer Grace Bitch -Agreed to contact the county a..
be taken toward housing Supt.. Assistant Payroll Officer Gene lidated; commission bout a conso s I a. +
Tom Casey and his staff In one ChJtty, Finance Officer Dot Ep automotive repair center
and Mrs. Tom Casey with the school board county '" Ira
place. person -
; and city.Decided. ot4ttai4teM
Putting money In either the the superintendent's secretary.
old county courthouse or the The remainder of Supt. Ca.ey'l to notify but dri*> .,
Temple ers that It 1* against school sR
-
old USO building across administrative staff la
Ave. from Bradford High housed In the USO building. board policy to drive school
School was virtually ruled out They Include Assistant Supt. buses home at night. Chairman
In a March 18 work session of Connie Clark. Secondary Supervisor received Rodney Hall said he has. 4'J 1,
a number
the school board. Concensus C.C. Anderson Cur- of complaint M
of opinion Thursday was that riculum Coordinator Foster Shi about that prCcttce.
It would cost $ O.OOO to reno- Smith, Purchasing Agent Tom Supt. Casey said he had ques- + "' a O
tioned
vate the old courthouse. That Noun, Elementary Supervisor some driver's about the ,rk
amount will build new offices Lucille Payne and Attendance practice and was told the) .l
Architect Don Morgan said. Officer Flossie Jennings.The drove buses home only wher
Supt. Casey didn't argue over USO also houses the some sort of emergency arose.
the board's decision not to school book storage room a Board Member Blaine Thompson BROCKS
on the old courthouse media said he could.understand
spend money center speech therapist that situations
but he did say the usa find the cosmetology class as could arts
building Is In better shape thanIt well as a new food freezer where It would be necessary'for j jO
Is given credltfor being.Casey built last year to service all a driver to use his bus to
Indicated he favors tearing cafeterias In the COWl '. get
down the two wings on the frontof Casey said for his entire home.Thoni's yr yy ..i
the present usa building and staff to be accomodatcd In the
then constructing new of ces. old courthouse the second floor ,
members Rod- .. .. I SERVICE
board
School w/mM h v tn to ntilluwt requiring II
_.
ney Hall Charles Sawyer Seo- extensive structural Robbed I .
ber Goodman Johnny Blaine changes.It Have you ever been beatento For small and mediujm-iad !
Thompson and H.A. Lawson would appear Casey said, the punch by a weed? Mot lawn, the hoe-end sprayer la Formerly Seeber Gcodman'sService
all. at one time or another durIng that of the two choices mov- ThursdayAn home owner would have to an inexpensive but effective' V
the meeting. Indicated they ing to the VSO or entirely Into answer ye to that. tool for overall treatment.. For Station
think It would be a waste to put the old courthouse "that we More and more home owner spot(>> -spraying, the comprehend Corner Madison & Walnut
any money In either old build would be better off dollar wise attendant,at Tbonl Service are finding that chemical weed air sprayer is ideal If you have MARTHA BROCK ARTHUR BROCK
ing. and otherwise to move Into the Station north of Starkeon control in the early spring produce large lawn you may want to
"A total new structure on USO." US-301 was robbed of about a thick vigorous and consider a power sprayer.
the north side of the (USO) "I think putting any money In $400 early lastThuriday morn- mer.beautiful Chemical lawn during weed control the sum in lawn The weed Association control 1 ia ctatee moat effective that' Complete Line Of Gulf Products
building sounds like the best that dump (the USO)down there Ing. the spring eliminate weed '
when the chemical is
approach," Sawyer said for would be the same as puttingIt Irving Sanford, attendant atThonl's competition for plant food and
example. But Supt. Casey suggested Into this one," Sawyer said. said a masked Negro water allowing the grass to get prayed In course droplet with I
that since the board Architect Don Morgan said man "walked Into the station a bettor start. the nozzle held 18 inches or I : FREE -1 1 PT. CAN GULF
met for Justa work session thata that a new building using t the about 3:30 ajn. and demanded The proper application of 1 lees from the surface. Whatever I
final decision be delayed until modular type construction as the station's money according weed control chemical is important sprayer beet fits your I : CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID
According: to the National need, the important thing I la ? N
the regular meeting April In the new high school addition to Depu -
6. and the middle school Moore, InvestI adngeofflcerlenM Sprayer and Duster that early weed control will : a With each fill-up 8 gals. or moreS
The board also discussed put.- Association there are _raIdift'erent give your lawn a good start
would be best In the long run said the robber also I .
ting the old courthouse up for and probably the least expen- took a wallet containing $50 which can type be used of equipment to rid the National this Lawn, and remember Garden TUNE UP $16.64
sale as a source of Income to sive. from a truck driver who happened : t
lawn of weed Week. March 20 to 26.eee.
the new administrative offices. "If It (the old courthouse? to be In the station. Most 8-cyl. cars tax Included
It was agred that nobody would wasn't good enough for them He fled In the station atten : 1
know what the old courthou. ( officials), fel dant's which
the county you car was later TUNE UP $14.56
will bring until It Is actuallyput las aren't but four or five recovered in Lawtey.. Deputy .... : THURSDAY
up for sale. It Is stipulated years behind Morgan Uddw Moore said.Plywood. FRIDAY Most 6-cyl. cars tax Included
In the deed that anything! aver the school board members. A beef cattle buyer looks for Quality and yield grading of :
$45,600 must go back to "As we said before putting yield grades numbered 1 through beef benefit the producer by SATURDAY
the county. money Into either old build- Trailer 5. One Is the highest yield grade providing a means of Identifying
The school board holds titleto ing would be a waste" Chair- and five the lowest. This determines breeding and slaughter cattle for
Passes Road TestA
the old brick building givento man Rodney Hall repeated. how much red meat differences In yields of salable
the school agency last year Goodman agreed.At three-year road test can be found in retail cuts meat.
was
by the county In lieu of county that point Supt. Casey said
funds to build new offices. that since the board was not recently completed on a strrtl- ,
The school board and Supt. the matter trailer body made of plywood -
meeting officially --- -- -- - -
Casey were unsuccessful repeated could be brought up at the next panels reinforced with fiber ,
attempts toget the coun- regular meeting. "I'm Just advising glass and plastic.
ty commission to give them not telling you," Casey The semi-trailer has traveled I
funds for administrative hous- said. There was no objection. a total of 100,000 miles
ing from the new courthouse In other action the Board: and required minor maintenance I I
building funds but did end up -Was told that furniture for with downtime. The Dinette Price-Break !
no
with title to the old courthouse. the new $213,000 addition to I I.
When officials moved out of BUS will cost UP to $35.000. trailer body is lighter, resultIng
the old courthouse over a year depending on how much of the in fuel savings, and Its
ago the only occupants which high school's present furniture brace-free construction increased I o
cargo capacity by
about five percent according I LUXURIOUS DINETTES FOR JUST 89.95
Serving Florida to the manufacturer.The I ._____ 7 PC. GROUPS! t tt
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Drug Problem Among Youth SENIOR r r --------------------- .------------------- -- ,


Topic of Seminar* Here CITIZENS ,,1
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--_. ARKE CENTER
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Drug abuse and the problems ceived a tip that several youngsters -' A: Send-Off Party was given i
Involved were the subject of a were using marijuana In A lively discussion centered! tn Carl and Helen McManus
lively seminar on March 22, the Starke area. around Senior Citizens' participation who are leaving-us to live In 1 1
sponsored Jointly by the Starke Fuquay said that the youngsters In the Bradford County Carl and Helen --
Woman's Club and local law took them to a home Fair. We anti-rtpate a very .Br joined eotoo.our Club in 1066 : 120 COURT ST. w :F\ ACROSS FROM :
enforcement officers. where those Involved In the rood show of projects In our after served faithfully OLD COURTHOUSE'I
and soon BTAKKE
John A. Creech administrator problem said they had tried booth this year. All memberswere House-Chairmen tnr 1
of the Corner Drug Store marijuana and had obtained It Instructed ash when two u A farewell talk was KATHLEEN &JL4RR1T COL.UER. OWNERS II
in Gainesville, was the featured In Gainesville and where to bring their en years. Joe Kerrigan. The 1
speaker and told how the Bradford County High School tries. given "Memories by ,'* was sung 1 1r
program started In 1969 In an principal Ralph DIggs told the Volunteers to attend our booth by song the members. Ice-cream .
apartment on the University; group that he believes all the will be Pete and Lilly Johnson. and cake was served. We aresorl'1 :r I
of Florida campus. In 1970 the fuss about the drug problem Wed.; Joe and Dorothy Kerri- to see Carl and Helen 1
program expanded to a small encourages young people to try gan, Thurs.; Alex and Emma leave. However, we wish them 1 I
house on the campus, where It. He said that he has seen Morton Fri.; Della Speed, excellent health, good luck and
young people talk over any drug a few youngsters on drugs, Sat. As In former years, Mary many very happy and loving : TO THE STARKE PET SHOP :
In the Allen will tend: me sessions -
problems occuring area. and cited the case of a schoolgirl night In Bradenton.
Last August the program received who took her fa flier's nerve Wed. Thru Sat. She will years Birthdays this month
a Federal grant of$16- pills, and a boy who took 18 be accompanied by Mrs. Park were Happy- Marian Batchelder, He- : For all our Low Prices you can't afford not to :
450, and a $3,000 grant from of his mother's diet pills and Cheshler who will drive her len Egan, Houston Drlscol, Dorothy Stop
the Alachua County; United Fund gave his friend IS of these to and from the Fair. Kerrigan, George Cle- for all your EASTER PETS AND SUPPLIES I
campaign. Other income for pills to try. mons Lilly Roberts, and Bernie I
the program Is derived from Diggs said that he currently Smith. Many. Happy Returnsof .
speaking engagements and clinIcs has a \list of some students 1,247 Attend the Day.The I

and other small contri- who_ need help with the drijg!! 3-Day AssemblyOf U.S.Congress finally took EASTER CHICKS I
butions. problem, and some young people action on the long delayed Social I
Creech was hired last August are being counseled througt WitnessesL.E. Security; payments.The 10% .
and the program derives his office. The principal said Increase across the board will
help from 84 volunteer workers he was strongly opposed to be a boon to some of our re- : 19 each :
who are mostly students, legalizing marijuana and other Wallace, presiding min- tired people, but It certain *
working four hour shifts on a drugs. ister for the local congregation will not help those of us In the I d .
24-hour telephone answering Diggs said that the high school of Jehovah's Witnesses, fixed lower Income brackets I II
service. students are very cooperative&emsumtt announces that the recent assembly very much. The cost of living
Persons with drug problemsmay help solve any this at the Bradford Coun- has Increased by 20% since MIXED RHODE ISLAND REDS II
go by The Corner Drug develop along ty High School was well attended 1967 which creates a great
Store until midnight,after which line. He added that he has with a capacity crowd strain on our already Inflated AND WHITE ROCKS "I 1
time only emergency drug cases the utmost confidence In the of 1247. hardship on ,
are handled. The program does students, and thought that the "An excellent program was dollar and greater to get by, EASTER
those who are trying i
now have all tho answers, the drug clinic was a good way enjoyed by those attending the workers'widows who :
speaker said, but many young to educate the public on the three-day assembly," Wallace especially bottom of economic 49
people can be helped by coun- subject of drug abuse. said, "and 21 new house-to- are at with the minimum benefitsof : BUNNIES each :
seling to overcome their drug Miss Martha Sue McCain, of house ministers were baptized heap$64 to $80 month. n _
problems. the Senior Woman's Club, including Lillian Allen and per
Creech said that heroin Is a served as moderator for the Christine Massey of Starke." We retirees'social; security are the and pioneersof Medi- : 1.49 :
big problem In the Gainesvillearea discussion. The main talk Sunday after- our We who worked .
but there la little difficulty ._ noon was given by W.H. Wlss- care systems. compared I II
for small wages as
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; at the Corner Drug Store man, district supervisor for throughoutthe each
those of today
with marijuana. Many cases f6E OPdfvmaJf. the group on the topic, "What to Great Depression,and some LIVEEASIER I
.are referred to the program Is Behind the Spirit of Rebel- time after, are feeling the I- II
through! a working relationshipwith lion?"
small earning
between II
the Gainesville Police Department Mr. Wissman stated that pinch DUCKLINGS
which S.S. benefitsare h.
ho said. "God's Kingdom Is the real power fixed on and the tragic blightof I
Starke Police Chief Kenneth solution to problems today"
which to be
Inflation seems
Fuquay told the gathering that and he further said that "thisIs becoming chronic. : :
several weeks ago, in a joint an age of rebellion. On the The die Is cast we will geta 129
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meeting with Starke Mayor Carl personal level we see youths 10(%{ Increase beginning In I II
Hurst and Bradford County; rebel against parental author- June which will be retroactive each I
Chief Deputy; Dolph Reddish, "Some minds are like con ity, wives against their hus- frnm Jan. of this vear.
the three attended a meeting crete-all mixed up and permanently bands. On a broader scale, Our only hope Is In the National .
with two high school students rebel school authorities
net!" people against Council of Senior Citizen 1 I
fro-n.w'iom the had re- police and
group govern-
which
and local clubs are
our I
ment policies. There is widespread .
the
working actively toward
New Community Mental Health resistance to, or open White House Conference, Nov. 1 tr r II
I rebellion against the'establish 9th Dec. 3rd, 1971. This con- I
1st ment,' the established order of ference will be chaired by Pre I. r
Law Effective July
society; this spirit of rebellion Nixon. We hope it will Iron out r % OFF :
Is so widespread that It most of the problems within : 50
Federal money will be avail- would he nrn" dad throughout touches everyone to some de- our Social Security and medicare II
able to service districts pro- the service district through gree. Whether sincere reasonsor systems. These White I ALL GLASS
vided that they can offer a crisis Intervention t by tramed selfish reasons, rebellion House Conferences take place II
five point program of ser- mental health technicians workIng !:- has failed to solve man's basic every ten years. Perhaps a On All Record Albums
GAL. AQUARIUM
Rebellion should be 10
vices, and demonstrate to the under the direction of pro- problems. National Health Security Act ;
shunned because it Is con- .
Federal government a com fessional psychiatric teams stabllzed pensions will e- j
demned In God's Word," Wal- and And Cassctts
composed psychiatrists,psy- : Tapes
prehensive plan whereby services merge from this 1971 Confer- 598 5 YEAR
lace concluded. '
social workers, and
chologists '
will be carried out. The ence. 1 1'U
following program ot services psychiatric nurses, with one Our next meeting will be held 1 UARANTEE While They Last
.miia. be ;provided: Impatient or more trained rental health at the Rec. Center, April 13, -------------------------------------I
psychiatric care; partial hos- technicians stationed In each 7Old ; mek at 1 p.m. We are getting bigger
,pitallzation; or day-care ser- county.; The training and education and better all the time. ...
vices; emergency service; out- of such team would '-w' ( I -Joe Kerrigan
an ongoing process. Santa Fe C lly
patient service: andeducaHnnniand .... ...................-.--.-.-.-.-.-..-.--.-.-.-.-.-....
consultive services. Community College in Gaines ...........................e............... ....
It Is projected nat Alachua ville is now training personnelin ,1fl GIBSON .
mental health technology.A _
County; General Hospital would .
provide in-patient services on staffing plan Is now in pro- ; 21 CD. FT. .
cess of being written, with the .
a 24-hour l basis Partial hospitalization .
date for FROST FREE .
and out-patient ser- anticipated commence .
vices would: also be provided ment of comprehensive mental "The only men who need REFRIGERATORFREEZER .
here, as a southern base, and health services In the!tencounty liquor tn do their best work js ___ RMO ..
at a hospital in the northern catchment area being Oct- are bartenders!" _- .
base. Emergency services ober, 1971. .
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School Buses New Building Think Spring! Think Tuna Rubella Shots


Collide HereTwo Contract Let Salad Casserole To Be GivenAt For


At Blanding lie..'. a Springtime Tuna Salad Coaaerole that you don't have County FairAn
Bradford County; School to cook. It.. a wonderful recipe to have for a delightful spring
buses collided on SB- 200 at day. You can fix it In minute. And H'. inecpenaive. In fact immunization drive against lancrs
3:03 Monday afternoon a half Nelson Construction Co., of: canned tuna in vegetable oil U one of the beet lowin cholesterol. the
day
mile: outside Starke. Jacksonville was the successful low-in-calorie protein buy. today-with the same complete pro.toin .. Rubella three
or German measles, U Mt
bidder on construction of aa lean beef.
In the
Nobody was Injured the new Annual Training Equipment When you use this canned tuna nothing U wasted Even the at the Bradford County; Fair
accident Florida School building to be constructed polyunsaturated vegetable. oil in which it u packed may be used by the Bradford Health Department -
According to the adjacent to the Com- -a* it la In this diah-to enrich a aalad drawing or sauce and the U.s. Department sake.
school bus,
Patrol a
Highway of Health.A .
bined Support Maintenance Shop
driven by Loran Carl Brown doctor and nine will be
39, of Starke, had stopped to at Camp Blanding. Nine bids Springtime. Tuna Salad Casserole 'available Friday and $at r-. "
were received, and the contract field and forage :
dischange students when a second 2 cans (8V4 or 7 ounce % teaspoon Tabasco pepper day at the Health Department' Once your .':
It In the rear. was awarded to Nelson at$192.i each tuna In vegetable ) ,
bus struck ) sauce fair booth to vaccinate children are in and started, don'tstint
GMC driven oil 1 diced celery crops
The second bus, a 912.The cup through
by Bernice Drools Morris building will be uses V4. cup mayonnaise % cup diced green pepper 10. ,A ages single one shot year of rubella on the nitrogen. .rat i' ,
from primarily for maintenance on .1 teaspoon prepared Sliced process American ..
Negro .
old
a 55 ..year the 64 M-42 anti-aircraft!guns muatard cheeea vaccine It believed tolve lifelong Apply Green Charger- "
Starke, was traveling at 25 that are used In summer train- 1 tablespoon lemon juice Green pepper stripe Immunity.;: nitrate solutions. '
ammonium or ,
mph when It applied Its brakes Ing at Blanding. Pimionto An Immunization drive has
programs
and skidded 45 feet Into the Construction on the new build Drain oil from tuna into mayonnaise Blend in mustard lemon been carried on at county; 1 1 It greens up fast, promotes ':';= .
first bus. The bus discharging schools this week, but anyone
Tone with tuna, and
ing Is scheduled to start AprilNeighbors juice and Tabaaco. lightly celery green
students still had 10 students 15. pepper. Turn into shadow oblong serving diah. Top with ".. who mlBsed may take advan- rapid growth, strengthens .nhtMms
aboard, while the second bus ranium" garnish. Cut Mca of theses to reeembla "flower pot." tage of the drive as It Is continued roots, and provides more ,:'ii j
had already discharged all of Place on top of tuna aalad. Use atripa of green pepper for atoms at the Fair. The vaccinattoir "
its students. and leave. Cut out "flower" from pun nto with round scalloped will be given Friday, : nutrients for greater crop yield : :"':
No one was Injured, but the cutter. Serve casserole with salad greens. YIELD: 4 to 6 serving, April 2, from 1-4 p.m. and ) % and livestock productivity. ,: ,
first bus received $500 damage Saturday. April:3,from 2-6p.m .

and the second bus $700. Write for your FREE copy of the attractive recipe booklet Rubella, commonly known as Experience proves that '' .: ,
No charges were brought agamst TUNA AS YOU LIKE IT. Send your request with name and German MeaaleB. and also referred dollar invested in Green :
either driver the address to: TUNA RESEARCH FOUNDATION. Bos 608, 216 to as the Three Day every
second bus was chargedbut with Cannery Street, Terminal Island California 00731. Measles Is an Infectious disease n'. I Charger brings back $5 to $7 ..<:

having Inadequate brakes. .oee caused by a vlru,. The in higher yields. .' .
rubella vaccine Is
not the same
.... Consumers Beef grades provide a nationally as the "regular measles shot. i Ask your FMX Manager '.
uniform method of Rubella can cause serious :: :
for ,
it
Want Know Identifying about applying you. J
to quantity or cute damage to the ear, eyes heart, .
To retain all of the good food ability differences among beef brain, and even death to an He's equipped to do the job
value in cabbage for slaw, ahred By' MARGARET SPADER carcaaaei. unborn baby If pregnant woman
it just before serving. National Director of Consumer Affairs contracts the disease early t quickly and reasonably.
Allocution of Minufacturari7s
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rm In pregnancy.All Green Charger
Red cabbage will keep ita wi5;' VET NEWSA children must be Immunized r .' ..
color during cooking! If you add there some way one can If the spread of the g Nitrogen.It's great Em
1 to 2 Tablespoons lemon determine if an electrical circuit ..
juiceor
disease from the children to
"Aren't proud of me- a11 for land's sake.
vinegar or few alicea you in .
a of fresh the home is over their mothers Is to be stopped,
I three letters withoutan
apple. typed loaded new Federal law providesan health officials I .' ,
bin week." Increase In financial assistance say. .
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No charge will be made for
Total the all
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:- -------------e.--.-..- .-...........- .- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-:- pliances you use at one timeon to obtain an automobile from the vaccination. .- ... "

one circuit, and you can $1,600 to 2800. according to t. '
tell if the circuit will be over M.T. Dixon) director of Veterans '.
I i ii loaded. Electrical applianceswith Affairs In Florida. Jaycees Set ...
I TYPEWRITERS symbols UL (Underwriters' New Public Law 91-666 authorizes
adaptive equipment In ..
Laboratories, Inc.) for the April Meeting '\. "
addition to the $2,800
i ADDING MACHINES in the United States or CSA conveyance to be operated for .. ,
: (Canadian Standards Association the safety;: for veteran's who
I ) in Canada are qualify. Adaptive equipment There will be a regular meet- .'.
i CALCULATORS marked with the wattage at Dixon says Is not authorizedfor Ing of the Starhe Jaycees,Tues 1t .
which they operate. Allow a more than one automobile day.Chamber April of 6,Commerce at 8 p.m. office.In the \ "

i margin of 100 to 200 watts or conveyance at one time. .

i Get'em While They Last! Si rather than. loading a circuitto repaired However, replaced equipment or may reinstalled be All members are urged to I
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Typewriters I the operating coats of gaB or For further Information, Any young men between the %
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! -$45 To $85- .i expense of operatinggas tact a, local an officer county of service the VA officer -, Interested of this In civic becoming organization a member fE ; eA ji-:: : -- -

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Murphey BHS Shut Out BBS Runners Swamp


MakesAllStair t.
3-0 By Bolles ?



Live Oak? Green Cove

TeamsTim Julian Ditto did It all Fridayas
"They didn't make
any errors -
the Bolles
ace hurled a
and that was the decid- 'a
four hitter and
broke 0-0
a "
difference in the
tie with two runs he drove ing ballgnme. Showing growing strength and This Saturday, April 2, the BITS will also host the con-

in with a double. Bradford faces Live Oak at depth, Bradford High trackmen Tornado trackmen will travelto ference event
Murphey outstanding: scored 100 points Tuesday to Jacksonville for the Lee
Bradford High basketball player Friday's loss was the third home Friday night. Game time swamp Live Oak and Green Cove Invitational. Next Tuesday April -
Is 7:30 .
over the past three years straight for the BHS nine and : p.m.Tuesday Springs in a Florida Star Con- 6, they will host Live Oak
has been named to the 197i their first loss In the second night Palatka South ference tri-meet. and Fernandlna in a confer- BITS STATISTICSShot ;

Florida Star All-Conference round of conference play. handed the Tornadoes their Live Oak, the host school,was ence trl-meet. McClellan 39'-

team and Is a District All. Ditto struck out 10 and walk- fourth connective: loss in a 5-2 a distant second with 63 points, Friday.prll 8, is the date 6-1/2".paw 4)

Star selection. ed one, while allowing 4 hits. decision at Palatka. while Green Cove had 28. Tor- of the big Bradford High In- Discus2) McClellan 141'-

Murphey Is the only Bradford The losing pitcher Johnny Bradford picked up one In the 1. nado runners captured eight vltiational with 25 schools expected 8".
eager to be so honored. He Brown, struck out 4. walked first on a wild pitch that scored r first places despite a strong here. "It should be an Pole Vault-. 3) Keys 10-fi
has been a starter on the BITS 3, while giving up only 3 hits. Jerome Williams and one lathe i head wind and a cold<< blustery outstanding meet," says Coach High Jump-I) Murphey 6-
flue 0 Only runs of the game came seventh on a fielder's choice day which was a big factor in Loper. 0, 2) 1 D. Crawford 5-6, 4) Kick"
five for the past three years in the top of the sixth as a which scored pitch hitter Ran- the meet says Conch George The Florida Star Conferencemeet 54.
rand has led the team In assists = result of Bradford's lone er- dy McGovern. Loper. Is scheduled April 16 In Long Jump2)) Henry 10-0.
all three years. ror. _n. __ BUS sprinter John Douglas St. Augustine if that school's 4)) Crews 18-6.
An outstanding ball handler Palatka picked up two runs turned In an exceptional performance track is ready In time. If not. IIUli Hurdles-I Andrews O-
a Murphey also averaged 12 points With two out. Dirk Nelson In the first one In the third, with his 10.0 winning! 5, 2) tofU!1- ley 17.2, 2)) Brow
per game this past season. walked and Gary Rlnn followed and two In the fifth Fishy Story hundred in the face of a strong 18.3.
"He's a real competitor" with an error off Ernie Triest. wind which blew directly down 100-Yd. )Ihish- Jougla..IOO)) )
says Coach Mike Sexton. Julian Ditto the Bolles ace the stralght-a-way the coach Medical science makes 4)) Barber 10.5.( :
right-hander then doubled, BUS BOX SCORE said. Douglas' have hada great strides, as witness! the
"An outstanding ball player may Mile Run- 3) M. Hodges 5:
of'
catch black
hold this 26 bat
he made a big contribution scoring Ditto and giving Bolles BOLLES GAME Straining to up are Mar. 9.7 or 9.8 but for that wind. sportscaster who can tell 19.6.! 4)) Grtffls 5:25.5.
to our basketball team." a 3-0 victory. ion and June (Patel) Page of Jacksonville. They were Sophomore Farelon McClel- from the press box that a 8HO-Yd. I'elay-I) CMS 1:30CM :

Murphey also Is a four year Friday's loss was the first guided by Don Page of Stark, Marion's brother lan turned in his top perfor- the football turf,player has Just, motionless been shaken on ( Crawford 1), Kelly, Un-
football letterman and is cur- time this year that the Tor- AB II ft The big one held by Mrs. Page .Igh.d \\lYl pounds, the mances to date in placing four non 1 Douglas).
rently pursuing his third nadoes had been shut out, but WIlliams If 3 I 0 bomber in the' shot put and second into up. 440-Yd. Hash- UUuber.) [ !,
bait Don aid
Triest fish were caught on a deep running ,
track letter. ss 3 0 0 discus throw, 3) 0. Clack 'tt.O.!
"our ball
called best
Orange Park placed three of was the season" by Coach game John Johns, Ib 3 0 0 but his story about catching them in Woodpecker Creek Tim Murphey/ Improving I low. Hurdles-)Andrcws22.-:?
L. Brown, 2b 0 0 sounds trifle fithy.Runners, 0 3)) Brown 22.7.
4 a ,
Bret Steve Bus- cleared
men Shannon Allen. McNeal steadily six feet in the The college\( class of 1971 is
and hgh Paul c 3 0 0 high for 880Yd. )'tin- 1)) !Patersnn .':
scoring jump the
first
sett Hazen 3b time warned that jobs may t h.>
Schlitchman on the all-con- "We played a near perfect McGee, Ib 2 0 0 Tuesday and won that event. scarce, except (for those scholars : 09.7 2) Uli 2.U9.H.: 4: Hurcl,
ference team. All Albertie and ball game, except for one error I 0 0 who weigh 220: pounds and 2:00.9.SI'IU: .
Benny Favors were named from which cost us the ball J. Brown, p 2 I 0 Sophomore MalacU'" Henry run the loo)) in 9,6, / J 1)) P.IIS 2:01.3: : (}tarter\ ,
}Fernandlna Chester Austin game. Totals 24 4 0JW. Sixth placed second In the long Jump Lennon, Douglas.: L rnwford. .
and Aric Kirkland from Clay with his best leap ever, 199. e 220-'d nl h- 2)) Clank 25.8.
High Bobby Morgan and Eu- Only team In the, Florida Star 3)) Andrews!' 25.5, 4)) "ell) 25.-
gene Bailey from Live Oak uU. Conference to beat BUS to date History/ may be saving a 8.
Tony Hunter from Palatlta, and !p '<'" In Lee RelaysTornado is Palatka South. spot /fohe( man who /loves 2-Mlle 1'iin3), ) M, Hodges
Mike Hartley from St. Augustine J. Edgar Homer, but (here 11.36.7.: 4)) ("a Iffls 11:53.0.:
with "We j just showed more depth, it little.// likelihood. it mil! everbe Mile Relay-I 1) BUS S.S'i.S: '
along Murphey.
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Named to the District 4 all- more power and better boys," claimed. (en. C lark, lurch, Paterson,

star team Wednesday, March trackmen finished kets can be bought from any in Loper Live said Oak. of Tuesday's win Fill).
24, Alberlie from I Fer- sixth with 30-1/2 points in the track team member.
were : .. ,,,,, ,
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Oscar Green from
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Wolfson, Mike Denny from .. .. _. respectable finish for the Brad-
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Jax Englewood Austin from """"i" '1 1J. ford boys says Coach George
Clay High, Schlichtrnan from .. ; Loper. I'S BEAUTY SALON I
Orange Park, and Willie Ellis 1 Eleven Class AA schools and
from Macclenny along with four Class A schools partici-
Murphey. .' .' pated In the meet. Jacksonville I
Murphey was the only player ... .. :. Stanton won with 49 points I Highway 16 At Heilbronn SpringYou're
,hn, tar six feet tall to make the "'.. : '. ... trailed closely by Jacksonville
all-star team; he is 5-10. I"4t'. .. ". Halnes with 47 points Palatka I
District 4 includes all Jack- '.. .. ..... . South was third followed by I
sonville schools, Baldwin Callahan ,. :iJl' ....- Fletcher Jax Beach), Jax For UP'E'
Lake Butler, Macclenny .. rest, and then Bradford }High If H-USE; I
Orange Park and Green in sixth place. I Invited TO OUR
Cove Springs. Three membersof Cold, windy weather ham- .
the all-star team will be pered all teams. Bad handoffsin
chosen by the north all-star the 440-yard relay hurt BHS I 1

coach to play In the North- ; Coach Loper says sprinter Sunday April 4th 2:00 To 5:00 P. M.
South high school all star bas- Brant Turner pulled the same ,
ketball game this August. ..., ,... .... .... muscle he has strained previously 1 I
Florida Star Conference another set back to )t'
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COME OUT AND SEE OUR
In basket- BUS relay hopes. -
the '
ball coach is of Mlllard year Williams of Ernie Trivst i Is called out on questionable call at first. "Most of the team did a I .' 1

, Fernandlna Beach.INDEPENDENTS. really good job against some tj' f' ,

per really BBS stated.fine track competition teams in"1955 Lo I ,"\. '1 A tt New Facilities r::1:.... t I.t

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1965, and 1966 all finished high- Naat w AND NEW ADDITIONS 7., ,
er In the standings at Lee than :' I
. . . .. RECREATIONThere .... . . . last week's performance. All I l'

three of those teams went on
to the Class A state track IIJ
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ANDREWS will be a meeting Monday vers felt Cunningham was the championship. \
DRUGS TAKE OPENING GAME night. April 5. at the Recreation team to beat, but Hurst Shell- But Wednesday's effort by ,
WINS IN:01 RECREATION SOFT- Department to organ- Green's Bar B-Q just would- the 1971 Tornado runners is ,I.. I
BALL LEAGUE. ize a Woman's Softball League n't buy that and proceeded to the best In recent years and '
the Men'sRecreation post a win. shows the improvement of lastyear's .
Despite a wet night, for the coming season.
, Softball League All teams Interested In Joining freshmen and sophomores !
; opened the 1971 season Mon- are urged to attend. The Conch Loper says: I KEITH -f.

, day night March 29, with a meeting( la set for 7:3u: p.m. The winners! jumped on Cunningham 7 r rtiir
' double header. in the top of the first BUS RESULTS III"
The opener matched the In- inning, scoring eight times and 100 Yd. DashJohn Doug !:: .
depents against Williams Jew- ADD TO REC NEWSINDEPENDENTS the defending league champions las, tie for 3rd In 9.8 '
elry-Community Bank and the found themselves trailing by 430 Yd Shuttle Hurdle Re
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WIN SECOND lay2nd in 1:06.8: a new school -
eight before
spectators on hand witnesseda runs they even ,
HURST-GREEN! DOWNS came to bat. Cunningham Gulf record. The old record was %
very surprising ending com- K
CUNNINGHAM narrowed the to 8 7 1:10.7.: .
gap -
pared had to for the five way and the nnn game half Tuesday night's games were by the end of the third Inn- 4 Mile Team Race- 8th placein t Ir
gone exciting to the spectators but I ing. 20:51.: All of the boys ran
Innings. The Independents rough on the players and managers their best mile to date. ;r'
going Into the bottom of the as both contests were Distance Medley Relay8th I
themselves After full the I <...
six innings score
sixth Inning found decided by the margin of only place in 4:05.5 _
all of a 7 and in the top of
trailing 14-7 but then was 9 -
one run.HURST. 440 Relay- 7th with a 45.5,
sudden things began to happen the final Inning, the winners a new school record. The old 1
all in the Independents favor. made It 11 7. The Gulf team ,
SHELLGREEN'S record stood at 45.7. I ,
They began pecking away at BAR-B-Q II then went into the bottom of Sprint Medley Relay2nd II Our Modern Dryer Room For r
to with two outs \
and
the lead changing the score CUNNINGHAM GULF 10 the seventh place with a 2045.: 1
14.9, 14-11, 14-14, 17-14 and This game was a real hum- 2 Mile Relay- 3rd place in Those Who Like The Finest .
before the inning was completed dinger to watch as it wentto managed to push three runs 8:31.
the Independents had ended the wire and a base hit across. But with the tying; run 880 Relay- 7th place In I 1-: EVELYN I
the game via the 10 run rule could have changed the out. on third, the winning run on 35.5. I BARBARA
as they came jp with 17 runs come. second Rayburn, pinch hitting, I Mile.Relay- 6th place with,
In that Inning to gain a 24.14 However, the base hit did popped out to the pitcher and a 3:37.4.: II
Most obser- that was that. I ern
win.Williams not materialize. High JumpTim Murphey
Jewelry the -winners Community jumped _5'10"_ for 2nd place. Meet Our New Beauty Experts : ,
Hank outhlt
; Long Jump Relay7th place :'
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19-13, but the Independents with 731-1/2" for a new school : :: )
matched their 13 hits with 13 record.

free trips to first base. The Garden Cops Palatka The old record stood at 72' SPECIALIZING IN. t 1 ? \J
I
r final six men to go to the plateIn record. The old record stood I
that eventful inning at 72'16".
Pacing the Independents at Softball Invitational LATEST STYLING PERMANENTS ::iJ.
the\: plate was Lloyd Gilpin and I I
Johnny Grlffls, each going 3- FLOHIDA RELAYS SHAMPOO AND SETS COLOR'"
fbrv4. Jimmy Johnson, 4-for- Saturday at the 28th Annual
4, and John Reddish 3-for-4, Garden facing the team which Florida, Relays, "It was a-bad I FROSTING HAIR CUTS BLEACH II
paled the losers. %Lanfar Wil. Starke's Garden Restaurant sent them to the losers brac- day for everyone," Loper> said. .
Softball team participated inPalalka's WIGS .
Bates had a cicult clout. ket, Ormond Beach However This !Held' expeclally: true for '.
invitational slow pitch
Hi the nightcap Andrews Drugs Softball tournament this past things turned out differentlythis Bradford, as the Tornadoes IIII"
season off on a winning time and the Optical team failed to place anyone In the
March 27-28 first
weekend. ,
note edging First Baptist was through dropping a 12-6 finals PAULINE
and broughtthe
of the 1971 season,
decision and the Garden "Last It I
Church 107.Andrews had year was torrential
scored four big runs championship trophy home. worked Its back to a shot at rains and this year It was bitter ; "
However they did it the hard
In'the first inning control led the championship and t the only cold with gusty; winds that Jc
having been sent to the loser' -
,
Glen way remaining undefeated team the hampered all schools and run- If' II
the: game all the way.
bracket dropping their
by
Smith led Andrews going 2- second contest and then fighting .- Jacksonville Merchants. ners.. I nror. mid. REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZE
2-for- In the first of the finals ,
for-4 Carlos Rowe was game
; that ever hard struggle to ,
3.:- gain a berth in the finals. the Garden hung a defeat on Bradford failed to place any Refreshments Will Be Served II
>Marlon Jennings was 2for3to In the opening Garden Jacksonville taking' the win by runners In the finals, but Jim-
pace the losers while Bill edged Gainesville game 5-1. In game the score of 9-3 and the stage my Andrews and John Douglas CONTINUOUS BACK GROUND MUSIC
McRae's and John Allen's 2- was set for the championship made It to the semi-finals. \ .. I
number two the Garden ran "
ro ,-4 helped the Church team. into trouble with a familiar with each team now each having Andrews made It to the semifinals "I'' 'i
one loss. The Garden coastedto : In the hurdles witha "d
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rival Ormond Beach Optical -1-.r
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GAME SCHEDULE and dropped a 15-10 dedlslon. the championship collecting third place 14.8 but in the t ', I
:Thursday, April 1- 7:30: pm., The local team had 16 base 18 base hits eight of them going semi-finals he turned a 14.9 I ) ;;v FOR APPOINTMENT NOW
Cunningham Gulf vs Williams hits but committed some very over the fence and winning the which was good enough for J ,
Jewelry-Community; Bank; 9 costly miscues. game 15-9. fourth place but not for the tJ I
Jim Garllngton, Woody finals. II h
pJm.; HurltSheIl-GreenBBQv. Going into the lasers bracket OPEN -
Ajidrews Drugs. where any loss will send you Strickland Marcus Rhoden. Douglas ended In the same
Frldiy, April 2 7:30: pjn.. home Garden met the Falatka and John Watson were the leading way with a 10.0 In the 100 yd. I
Independents vs Cunningham; Merchants and proceeded to hitters for the Champs dash trials and a 10.1 In the I Keith and Faye Frosting customers MONDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

9 :p.m., Hurst-Green vs First eliminate the Palatka team by in the tourney. Garllngton batted semi-finals.
Baptist. of 12 hits at a .650 clip, Rhoden and Bradford's Annual Invitational will FRIDAY SATURDAY
the score 8-0 getting hair. facial
Our new room II
.Monday April 5 7:30: pm. and performing extremely well Strickland were at .500 and Track Meet Is Friday, Ap- I
Andrews vs Williams Jewelry- Next Watson .476. Watson and Gar- ril 9, with some 25 teams being THURSDAY
on defense. opponent) was EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
Comm. Bank; 9 p.m. Indepen In the person of Gainesville llngton each belted four home Invited. Trials will begin be completed for your inspection at
dents vs Hurst-Green. and again, the Starke team took runs. at 3:30 p.m. and finals at 7 I
.Tuesday, April 6 7:30 p.m.. Gainesville's measure, 3-2 and Garden will now travel to P.m. house 8:30: To 4:00: P.M.
Andrews 9 Merritt Island this weekend topmrtaltlpanbN
vs Cunningham; pjiu
sent the University City team
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Wnilams-C.. Bankvs First Bap- : the Mlsslleland ____ -----------.1
home Admission will be $1 and tic- -
tift.. .. Game number five found the

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Buie CrosbyKilled Widows EntitledTo 8th Graders INDIAN BEACH
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Important change pertaining The 8th Grade Middle School
to widows' entitlement to VA ..students and their parents) will Boswellhave Jlm-and Evelyn Brummettand
Greetings, friends and netgtv Mr. and Mrs. Andy City
Crosby 40.of Worthington benefits are contained: a new sponsor a Family Night chickendinner Retirement .an. AUfuny ofPanama
Spring, was killed blatantly public law recently approved on Friday. April 16, bon, from your RollingIte.porter. moved to Boulevard a In !spent the weekend with Pete

I have boon Altered Q. I recently received my 27.at when 1:30 jun.truck Seturday by southboundSeaboardCoaiWrie March by President Congress Nboon.and signed by at cafeteria the Stark from Elementary 5 to 7:30 School jun. ,everybody. I don't else, but know this about ole Jacksonville.Home on River They're: going to and JoycH In Louise Barton Love.ll and participated Dav.-

part-tlme work by my em. Medicare card, but It nan engine No. The Is being given to feller was tickled pink to say keep their home on our lab Mr. and Mrs. English Hilton

ploy when I retire, next my huftband'n social security 93 at a grade crossing In Worthlngton. Under previous laws, one raise supper funds\ for a class trip good-bye to March I've I ifor a while Just In better case down they of Jacksonville were. at their
month. Since I have already number on It. Since I a widow remarried the was to Six Flags Over Georgia) on never seen so much wind In decide they like It lake home over the weekend
return,
applied. for monthly social have my own nodal security According to a statement by no longer entitled to VA compensation May 22. The money raised will my life. Maybe things will set- here. Sure hope they'll good and were rlalted by their daughter -
be J.C. Davis, engineer of the of tie down for awhile now,would because we hate to see Mr. and Mrs.
It
security retirement benefit number, shouldn't or pension benefits be used to defray expenses: ? I and family,
? train he sighted an object lying unless she obtained who might not otherwise ,1n't that be a nice change neighbors leave. HiKh Fletcher. ..
*, ulll my employer still on my card between the tracks as the an acceptable students ,guess the wind has been so Mr. and Mrs David Reid and another week
annulment. be able to That winds up
withhold social go. v4. han to A. Not neceHHiirilj The train approached at a speedof The fried chicken supper will high Ifs kept the Specs blown sons 0 f Jacksonville. D. friends. So until next week'May
Nvcurlty contributions! from 55 to 60 miles an hour. adults 'off the beds. They were supposed her parents) Mr. and Mrs. Lord bless and
number on your curd Is determined The new law, which became be served at $1.50 tor Another. daughter the good
my wages? The object which proved to 1 I for pre-school children. to go on around the 6th. W, Carpenter. all ...
by the work rec- effective Jan. 1971. simply and $1 'lot March but as I wrote these of the Carpenters and her keep you
be moved to the left
ord under which you have a man. states: "If a widow terminatesa Plates will bu served to go, ) and Dolph Reddish -
A, Yen The fact (hint Just clearing the track as the words (Saturday morning family, Shirley
desired.
tor conduct which It
your social security cover- relationship : they still hadn't made It. Maybe and children of Starke,
vou draw monthly !social train approached!, but was apparently the there
resulted In a bar to VA benefits Following supper
ii-iurity benefits has no age. If you are drawing caught up by the endoe' she may one again become will be entertainment by student this month will bring better spent the weekend with them.Ellis 1 My Neighbors
weather and fishing ? and Mrs. George
1wlCe, huh Mr.
benefit your
brmliiir on (the requirement as cowcatcher and hurleda eligible to receive ben- groups open house, and Golden Wedding -
thjitour employer with. card will have your hushand's distance of 12 to 15 feet. efits." Ifs Academic at the Middle Wednesday night we were celebrated their afternoon
u | Sunday -
Union Sheriff John visited 'aI. my) grandparents Anniversary
social security number County School from 7:30 to 8:30.
hold). mid 1'l'lml'IIIOI.'IIiI security In theta-
Hubert and Palma ininy; of with a party;
Whitehead said that
Crosby was
with "B" after Tickets are now on sale by
'ibutlont on it n According to M,T, DIxon, Anniversary to
conti on "OUI' Starke. Thursday night Clyde home. Happy
struck In the head by the train
1\open." the number If you are and died Instantly. state director of Veterans Affairs 8th Grade students at the door., or maybe and Norma Adams their daughter Mr. and Mrs.Ell ..
drawing benefits UH a U a widow has remar- purchased homemakers
Linda Goodman and her husband The Melrose!
Crosby, a carpenter, wu residing -
widow, jour card! will show with his parents, Mr. ried and her VA benefits have Jim and their new baby, Club met Wedneadll.an4hadan
his number with a "D" and Mrs. Cawley C. CrosbyIn been terminated, she will once will be required to elect the and Raymond Malphura all came Interesting proIf'tUIon sewing
Q.{ I jet( HoclalpiijmrntM security after !it.l Worthington, where the fam- again become eligible for VA benefits she desires The VA over and watrtMtd the Basket with Tricot, demonstrated by
im a "ld, \\'. I donut had moved from benefits In the event her husband will make no review, of these ball Play-offs with us. Edle Nicholson. The door
ily recently
work! but I own it small Bradford County died, or U she la divorced cases to that they must be Raymond Malphurs of Jacksonville prize was won by Macle Allen -
apartment building./ Doe from him. brought to the attention of the wa s down a coupleof .
Hate a question about BoclalHvcinity VA before any action is taken, Boulah Smith and Mrs.
m> r i1 ii tit I Income count to- and ills retirement, days last week working on Mrs.
"1IIcllh... 1.6X0 a year that Hiir\i\ora., rtmubilily, or Medicare : DIxon said that a widow,comIng Dixon said. .his lake place. Raymond says Ruby Wolfe nave returned after -
I run earn before Ichll I 1 seciirllt brupfiln See your telephone Sightings of the ivory-billed under this provision, can The state director urges all he has got Into what all of us spending several months
directory for the .phone not receive benefits based this get Into...when we hew a home with, Mrs. Smith's daughter,
upon entitled
woodpecker, formerly thought to
payments are reduced" possible persons Coon-
number and address of the or lot on the lake. He says "Come on, George.
extinct, are reported, but so the death of more than one benefit to contact their local
nearest! social! I security office he's here skin just aren't helng
down capM
far there has been no pressure veteran. If she la eligible In County; Service Officer,or write so busy working Mr. Trellle Cheshire In Pompano "
.\ Vo Only. wages and .... for an open season. having been the legal wife of to M,T. Dlxon P.O. Box 1437, he doesn't have time to fish Beach. Welcome:, back lad worn thin season! .- -
than she or enjoy the lake much anymore -
-.eil'employment- income more one veteran 51. Petersburg, Fin. 33731. lee

< niint ;.it I earnings fret Hocinl"I'cuniv
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Walkln' Lawton Chiles returned (Ident of the co-op's Board ot are without central waste dIsposal County strawberry
to this North Florida Trustees, from the huge tent
systems. Few rural communities production was In the doldrums
area 'Thursday as he visited nearby where he presided over have adequate recreation this week as a result of late
We Clay Electric Cooperative's the meeting. areas, the senator no cold that nipped bloom and fruit.
annual day for Its members Seantor Chiles was featured Scattered frost was reportedIn
and owners. speaker for the program. Arriving ted.Lack of these basic facilities some areas Wednesday
The new U.S. senatordldnore at Keystone Heights Just makes many rural communities ? morning, and growers predict
hand shaking than walking after 2 p.m., Chiles spoke to undesirable as places to live, that it will be another 10 days
Thursday, but displayed the tho assembly for about five Senator Chiles noted. before plants come Into full
same grin and warm welcome minutes on the relationship of The problem of governmentby f'J production.
the U.S. Congress with rural Federal agency was also Quality of the few berries
duscuased by Senator Chiles. that are being picked Is reported -
lie realized many of the laws 1 I j1-N good and prices streng-
passed by Congress are lookedat thened to a $3.75 f.o.b. priceon
skiptically because the pub- M 4 .N.11Nj M11,1I the Lawtey platform Tues-
lic feels government agenciesmay A day.Market
interpret the law differ manager Bob Allen
ently than Congress Intended. estimated that 13,350 flats were
1 I "I'm quite concerned about handled at the platform last
this problem because I, Just week by all buyers, Including
as you are opposed to gov LIrlwfl.aal the auction, the co-op and Independent -
ernment by Federal agency," I 1 buyers operating on
Chiles said. "It's a cold unrealistic I- MrlwY' the market.
approach." A dramatic r/f t The average f.o.b. price was
departure from this formof r iiitii 11 $3.50 per Hat for an estimated

government Is needed, he r Byer.n.t ,p Mti f"1M.,:rr gross of $46,725.Figures .
stated. were not available
Chiles said he Is looking Into for the first three days of this
ways Congress can have veto week, but the movement was
power over policies It may A. n- _, __ ___ very light Allen said due to
set. There is no doubt that the production gap caused by
Congress has sufficient work Qu.*n Mary Ann cuts ribbon W.dn.sday to officially open 21st Annual Bradford late cold several I weeks ago.

ahead of it, and by assumingveto County Fair and Strawberry Festival Retiring County Agent and Mrs. George Hugg-

power over agency policies ins right, and Ag Commissioner Doyle Conner, left, look on
Hr
1 is creating more work,
but "I feel deeply that this
Is one area of government 4 III I J" Rains Avg.
where Congress has been leav I .""" ;
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Jockel Named f average of 2.33 Inches
of rain fell on Bradford County -
to anyone who came up shake America.
during the week of March
his hand as he did during his That answer can be found Rotary Head 22-29
according to the' Depart-
campaign last summer. Chiles in Title 9 of the 1970 Agri- ment of Forestry Headquarters
asked for a ride in one of cultural Act, Chiles said,whichIn For New YearRichard on SR-100.
the co-op's big bucket trucks. no uncertain terms states I 7urJhi The Santa Fe section was
Crew Foreman Troy Puuiioii, that Congress has committed the wettest In the county last
lost no time in getting the Itself to a sound balance between Q, fJ week with 2.90 Inches of rain
senator in a bucket and raisIng rural and urban America. Jockel, principal of being measured at the fire tower
It to its full height over Bradford Middle School, was there. New River was close
the assembled tent crowd. On March 1 I. Chiles noted, elected president of the Starke behind with 2.30 Inches, while
"Troy Pittman, U you've gota the President presented his report Rotary Club at the annual e- the usually wet Lawtey sec-
U.S. senator up there don't to the Congress on the lection of officers held Wed- f 4r tion trailed with 1.80 Inches.
let him down til we get a availability of government ser- nesday, March 24. M The week's rainfall raised
couple commitments from vices to rural areas. When all Also elected at this time were lxm f1 1 the average for the month of
him," said T.L. Drake, pres- reports are In, Congress will three new members of the board ,+ t March to 3.22 Inches. That
have at its fingertips a consolidated ? $? r 1
of directors: Carl Hurst, Bill betters the 50-year averagefor
effort of where the Glover, and Dr. A.J. Barry. March, 3.15 Inches, by .17
.. U.S. stands today In rural Jo- The new officers will start Inches.
velopment. their terms at the first meeting Despite the wet weather six
"With this Information, Con- In July. woods fires burned 84 acresIn
JacksonvillBusinessDirectory I'I gress will then begin to chart Capt. Danny Morrow, of the the county in the past week.
Its way to establish a sound Jacksonville Division office of One fire, classed as deliver-
balance between rural and ur- The Salvation Army, was guest ,trxtb, ately set, by the Forest Ser-
baa.Anierica! --it's' commitmentto speaker at the meeting anddescribed vice, burned 57 acres.
the.,, merlcan people," the services be ren-* 41 aei13VI Two fires started by discarded -
Senator stated. dered to the community by the I j I cigarettes burned 14 acres,
Denoting the direct approachto newly organized Bradford-Key Q ww 1 I a debris fire which got away
Congress to the problemsof stone Heights Service Unit. r burned 10 acres, and lightning
rural areas, Chiles noted Among the services provided :4. struck a power line startinga
the Senate Agriculture CommltteeJastweekapprovednmd- by the Salvation Army are: fire which burned three a-
maternity home care for unmarried cres.
Ing of a special committee that mothers; rehabilitation The Forest Service asked that
centers for (alcoho- assistance of the Bradford
Auto Sales and Service will soon announce a schedule men
of a dozen meeting throughout lics); emergency lodges for ,' b County Volunteer Fire DepaVtment -
Parrish Motors the U.S. on rural prob- stranded travelers; summer and the fire fighting
lems. camps for children, Including crews of local timber companies -
one on Bedford Lake .! be noted. Their assist-
The special, If funded by the ; missing
'BALES Senate Rules Committee, will persons service; state and regional ... '\ .. ance was greatly appreciated,
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emergency disaster / ":' the Forest Service headquarters
SERVICE look Into: ser- r -
PARTS VOLVO -The economics of rural A-' vice; and League of Mercy visIts l .t--f: ; "' ... "-.( said

merlca; why some areas have to hospitals Institutions. ..$" ,';A ,... '..
literally dried up while other The speaker was Introduced r ,t* .
Always Good 'Used Cars by Bill Glover, chairman of .. .... .
sections, with equal capabilities .h -, *
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people .. ., --.l "';" go up to H cents tills Spring.
ELECTRIC MOTORS existing Federal programs, the local service unit In April. .. ..w... ...j, Young men are urged \to fall

quality-Multi-county of U.S. services.planning, the Over 1,000 guests ate chicken fried by the Rotary Club in its annual Rural-Urban In love scot early before and the get Increase the letters

PEAVY Brothers drawbacks and advantages, and Day program Wednesday. hits.
again what the people thinkof
Electric Co., the Federal programs.The .
U.S. Senate acted to cre-
Electric MotorsSold ate a Rural Telephone Bank 1

Serviced Repair several weeks ago. Purpose is RURAL TAPE CLUB OF
Generators Staters Armature to supply additional capital for

Rewinding.4044 Lenox: Jax. 387-2328 the supplement rural telephone to the program present asa

REA loan program, a program
that passed the U.S. House last
PIANOS year but was never acted on + OIIT ElIIEMING arwl
IIW3
by the Senate. Wa/ xENOAI
YAMAHA PIANOS The bank would be capital- .11 11111! r.o y.ou AMERICA III ErPEAINCE I
CONN and KIMBALL ized initially by government
ORGANS subscription with provision for
Investment.retirement of the government

The financing is an adaption
of the Federal Land Bank sys-
tem which has demonstrated its
capability as a means of com- $39,95
pletely freeing a lending pro-
gram from reliance on trea- 1-N

sury financing over a period ,
of years Sen. Chiles said.,

KIMBALL "SWINdER" YOlfRE CHOICE OF STEREO
ORGANS
Two bills now before the Sen-
Roosevelt Mall-MS 8519 ate Agriculture and Forestry
Committee, S. 290 and S. 578,
WESTERN STORE would amend the Consolidated

Fanners Home AdministrationAct v V .
of 1961 by authorizing insured -
LITTLE DUDE operating loans of the
bype now authorized to be made
as direct loans.Amother .
Western Store
provision Chiles With One (1) Yr. Membership in our Tape Club You Will receive one of the World's Largest Manufacturer of Stereos, Super -
said, amends the 1961 Act to

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headed by Rev. Ralph
Abernathy\ Is expected to arrive n.
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ri (Thursday) on their way
to the State Prison at Raltord.
It Is"not know whether Rev.
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group here. .
The Starke Police Department I.i1 I
laid the marchers have been
granted a permit and are expected -
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rf others arriving here by bus II
r from Jacksonville. There are L
,. no official estimates as to the
F't t number that will participate. I
An official at the State Prison t{
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communication with the march
ers, and did not know the pur- I
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Of Huggins Success In Ag WorkIt i


-
was In late December of his work cut out for him, promoting the Editor arid the
1952 that George T. County Huggins Is retiring ure here have seen many. Innovations March 23, 1911 Letter to
Huggins
Bradford the new variety and effective March Symbolically In the county's agricultural (Bradford County Taxpayer:
County Industriousand ,
persuading growers to give hIs retirement chief of
comes Justas economy, ,) Gene
loquacious In ) county agent them a try In place of the old the Florida 90 seems about which perhaps. Is the develop ear : Gentlemen
arrived Starke.A
Missionary strain that seemedto the "retire" In favor of new .ment of Bradford Into one 01FlorlcSa' It's good to read about the
new variety of strawberries be "playing out" In this varieties of strawberries, the leading egg and poul- ACTION In the Bradford Coun- Do we really want to spend
the Florida 90 developed
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area. Toga and the Sequoia, which try producing counties, and the ty Telegraph and to see the our tax dollar wisely?
by the University of Flo- Now, after 18 In the It
years editorial was
are meeting with Increasing revolution In strawberry culture results of united community In a recent
rida extension service was county agent's postlonger favor among Bradford Cunty resulting from the use suggested that the State make
just being introduced in trie than any other man has servedIn growers for mulching effort. effort to save tax dolLars -
of black plastic
read every
and It's also good to that
would
county, Hugglna have
this In Bradford
capacity '
The 18 years of Huggins ten- Instead of the traditional straw Bradford County Is honoring .
mulch that had been used since ''one of Its finest citizens this How about the following for

berries were first grown here week at the Strawberry Festival a starter:
Our editorial. almost 100 years ago. Having had the opportunity I- Do away with the School
Huggins also realized another to serve as manager of Board's monthly salary Duval
dream come true when all J r the Bradford County Fair for County School Board membersare

agricultural agencies in the seven years, I can personally not paid, but look at the
county moved into a handsomenew give testimony to the dedicated salary we pay In Bradford County -

$100,000 agricultural cen- service of George Huggins and Many people believe that
ter in January of 1968. "This to the loyal support of his the office should be done away

facility; which Is equal to any wife Bernice, and the entire with, and most believe the members -
in the state, has given a complete I Huggins family. should be paid for expenses -

new image to our agricultural I hope George will enjoy his only. But no one does
picture," Huggins Huggln (rjght) (feels more at home" 'behind strawberry "retirement" years. He deserves anything about it. ,

says. "It creates the imageof plant than behind! office cUsk. no less. His contrlbu- 2$8,000 per year salaryfor
Parole Commission Commended Bradford County as an up- I Itions to the agricultural development the Supervisor of Registration -

and-coming agricultural area- of the county; while ? Who can Justify this?
one that Is ready to meet the acre. With a normal growing ''ing 5 million per year), and serving as county agent,, were At the most, one day per week
For Sticking By TIre Rules challenge of changing times." season, yields will now exceeda Is amoung the top five Florida far and beyound the call of would take care of the office

In recalling some of the major thousand flats per acre, with counties In egg production. duty. except for a couple of months
activities of his almost some growers topping 1,500 Bradford, and portions of Clay Not only has his professional during elections, (before and
two decades in Bradford flats per acre. and Union Counties are now after.) The office paid $50: per
life been
one of excellence,
thtumult and desire to
In all shouting over spired by a keeper's get II
County the retiring county a- recognized as the faatestgrowIng but his personal life has beenan month for years, and now
conditions at the Raiford State Prison :an ornery convict out of his sight. gent (now officially titled Coun- Yields did Increase with poultry producing area In example of wholesomenesswhich $8,000. Is this fair to the tax-

and the thousand and one theoriesas ty Cooperative Extension Director these Improved practices, buta the State.In can serve as an examplefor payer?
to what could and should be doneto "Anyway, It should be commonly, ) is quick to add that proglem still remained. Extensive addition to his duties on others He serves actively 3- How about the supervisors

better conditions behind those grim recognized that a man confined In any accomplishments experienced soil testing from numerous the farm front Huggins has In his church, he gives of his in the school system located -
result of fields found time to serve on various In the USO building. Bet-
were a cooperation revealed the ex- time and talent In other community -
walls there seems to be a tendencyto prison doesn't have as many temptations
by county officials, istence of nematodes, sucking State Extension Committees activities, hardly ever cha they are paid over $150-
make a whipping boy out of the -- or at least not the same kind-- and a willingness on the partof the life from the roots of strawberry Including being secretary, saying no to worthy requests.It 000 per year. What about the
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Florida Parole Commission.The as the one free In society, and that' the people to have confidence plants. A field demonstration vice president and president could be summed up by classes that have less than

observations of his conduct In con- In his efforts, and cooperate was set up prior to of the Florida Extension Work- saying with sincerity; 12 students in them? It Is doub-

Commission was blamed by some finement alone may not give the full In carrying out a sug- planting the 1957: crop, and this ers Association, and servingone "George" loves life. lie loves ted that any School Board mem-
for overcrowded conditions gested program. "Success In was the start of extensive soil year as committee chair- and) serves his fellowman. ber knows what and how many
spokesmen picture. Extension programs means getting fumigation for strawberries. man for Southern Regional 4-H What greater tribute can be of these classes exist.
at Raiford because It wouldn't turn people to respond" Is the ''This practice: is now also used Activities representing the National paid a man than to say simply 4- How about the City Coun-

criminals out on the public fast enoughto The law setting up the Florida Pa- way Huggins puts It. with other crops including flue Association. He receiveda "George did It?; ;11? Thankfully, most of them

make room for others behind the role and Probation Commission sets Getting people to respond has ,cured tobacco.In Distinguished Service Award I'm do think, but it is not known
been a 30-year career.for the In 1956 for his effective and proud to have been privileged generally that a member of
bars. It also wouldn't turn prisonersout forth these
guidelines: to have met and to have
outstanding Extension work.A .
Jovial Huggins, whose best the City Council, within the
fast enough to suit the prisonersand native of Loris, S.C., Hug- known him and to be able to
known trait among fellow Ro 1958 an effort was madeto past few months, proposed that
keep them from becoming restive -No person shall be placed on parole tartans Is his inability; to sit Introduce the use of black gins moved to Alachua as a call him friend. their salary be doubled. Know

and riotous. merely as a reward for good] down after once getting to his plastic for mulching strawber youth In 1924 and grew up on who it Is? Too bad that the

conduct or efficient performance or feet to make "a few remarks." ries. It took two years of continuous an 80-acre farm. He graduated Sincerely member who proposed this

Somehow that line of reasoning leaves duties assigned In prison. In Calhoun County back in effort to get a few from the College of Agri- picked a meeting when the press
1941, he was successful getting which proved\ successful. The culture, University of Florida, Peter J. Novak was absent.
us cold. growers to accept and plant use of plastic Increased rapid- in 1939 and has served with Executive Vice PresidentMoultrieColquitt There are other areas, I am
-No person shall be placed on parole the first hybrid field corn to cent acceptance by Bradford the Agricultural ExtenslonSer- County sure. But think what would be
We see the situation much the same until and unless the Commissionshall oe released by the Florida Agricultural County berry growers vice continuously since that Chamber of Commerce saved if reductions were madeon

as does Malcolm Johnson a keen'observer ( find that there is reasonable probability Experiment Station. Other Improved practices, time with the exception of threeyears' School Board salaries, and

and veteran newsman with i that If he is placed on parole Several growers remarked that continuously encouraged by service as a Navy gun- the Supervisor of Registration;
the Talla- himselfas this corn did not make more Huggins and his coworkershave nery officer in World War H. if teachers taught a full class,
years' experience on he will live and conduct
many ] ears per stalk, but the proofof Included soil testing and During his years in Starkehe and If we had fewer supervl.ors. .-
hassee scene. This Is the way Mr. j a respectable and law abiding per- more grains and less shuck Insect and disease control. has been active In civic Think what would happen

Johnson sizes up the situation In a ,son, and that his release will be was noted by the strain of Fumigation was used In preparing church, and community affairs, if the City Council had voted

recent Issue of the Tallahasse Demo- (compatible with his own welfare and the mule pulling the wagon as flue cured tobacco beds, working closely with the Starke- the proposal made by one mem-
crat It was loaded. with treatment made to kill Bradford County Chamber of ber to double their salaries.
: 1 the welfare of society.No : Also while In Calhoun Hug- weed seeds and disease organ Commerce In agricultural promotion The State and Federal gov-

person shall be placed on parole gins Introduced the first legume isms. Thirteen beds were treat- projects. Chief among ernment should reduce spending -
"Prisons are crowded. Convicts are unless and until the Commission to be planted as a soil ed in December 1953, and since these has been the major effort sure. But so should the

riotous. Politicians and bleeding hearts is satisfied that he will be suitably building crop-- bitter blue lu- then this has become a standard In establishing the Annual County and City.Taxpayers .

are restive about the situation. employed In self-sustaining employment pine. This, with hybrid practice. The us of plastic Calf Scramble which has beena let your voicesbe
I-** corn, Increased grain yield. plant bed covers was Introduced strong force In a county heard that's the only way
,* or that- he will not become a 100 cent. In 1960, Insuring Increased livestock Improvement program
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Snd the easiest way to relieve overcrOWding per we're.evpr going to get any
public charge. While serving in Duval County germination of seeds with emphasis on youth. relief.
and quell convict disorderIs Huggins speclallxed In 4- and better control of growing Huggins readily admits that "Come, come now, Mrs.. -Raymond Bax

to step up the rate of releaseson "Neither the prison authorities nor II Club work, and his club boys plants. every agricultural effort has JohnHon. Our tax system isn't Rt. 2, Box 17-F-l

parole. This would make life more Cabinet Pardon Board have the won numerous top honors in not resulted in success, bu THAT much of a burden!" Starke. Fla.
the
pleasant for both the criminals and the county; and state programs. He Huggins was also active In reaffirms that all the peopleof ._._uuuuuu u. u. .........___... __.........__U_h_h'
staff, the facilities or opportun- Initiated the organization of the Initial plans and efforts Bradford County have been oooooo
their over-worked guards. ities to arrive at those judgmentson District 4-11 activities, Includ- for permanent fair buildingsand responsive cooperative, and

t 1- all the convicts In the prison system ing Duval and neighboring coun facilities for Bradford will always be counted among .gij

"Also, getting a man out of jail Is ," Mr. Johnson says. "Nor does ties. A first district livestock County strawberry, with festival the first held fair In and the his friends. X.
Com- show and Judging contest was With Ms entire family now
one of the least costly ways for a any agency except the Parole held that later resulted In Du new complex in November 1962. "anchored" in Bradford County -

politician to pay a debt or to satisfythe mission have men and women trainedto val Commissioners setting aside Based on research data, there he expects to remain here C'U

clamor or Influence of the con- keep an eye on paroled convicts ten acres on which exhibit was a recognized need for improved during his retirement years,

vict's kin, friends and lawyers. to counsel them as they try to go buildings were constructed practices In pecan pro and will always be InterestedIn .__ 1811&' !f ___unonnn.""".0 .. __

straight, and send them back to prison providing a more perman- duction. A grower meeting, with progressive activities. It is About 150 merrymakers enjoyed -
ent show place. District live- 85 persons attending, was held possible he may resume some The membership drive Is
"Through all 30 years of Its history if they violate the terms of their In February 1963 marking the the Country-Western still
stock shows were held for several limited activity In the future, Jamboree last Saturday night going strong, and scoreswill
the Parole Commission has stood freedom. years until a decision! was start of changes In pecan pro- but for the present, at least, with having so much be posted next week.
everyone
firm against these pressures to put made to merge with the Greater I Auction practices resulting In he Is Just going to take it fun it was decided to have Girls don't forget .the

prisoner release on the basis of penal Members are appointed to the Parole Jacksonville Fair.The crea- Increased yields.In easy and catch up with a few the same band Dlav aealn on annual Easter Egg hunt for

expediency or political favor Insteadof Commission on the basis of their professional tion of district activities was things he has neglected to do Saturday, April 24. with admission the kiddies on Easter Sunday.
qualifications as specified expanded and the State is now around the house, such as painting of $3 per couple. Naomi Time and age groups will be
the Judgment of Its professional divided Into ten 4-H districts. Ms daughter Sandra's, bedroom ( ) looked announced later. In the meanwhile -
Herres
staff." by law. This procedure was devisedto Huggins firmly believes that October 1966 a complete) In see her photo start dying those
dance
keep politics out of the parole 4-H poultry survey Indicated that He charming square
provides the way for Introducing still feels that Bradford outfit, as did many of the other
Mr. Johnson points out that when system, and Mr. Johnson points out many Improved practices Bradford County should be recognized County Is an ideal place to gals and guys).

the Commission refuses to releasea that it has worked exceedingly well on the farm through young as a poultry produc- work or retire In, and only A highlight of the evening was
people.In ing county. Producer Interest wishes that he could find words
convict as soon as he thinks he for thirty years without a single scan- In the organization of a Poultry adequate to express his sincere the presentation by Ben Mox- alfir

should be paroled an appeal can be dal. Baker County the opportunity Producers Association In appreciation to all of the or ley Carl of a Hurst check for for$50 the to Lucille May

taken to the Cabinet Board of Par- ; was open for a programin 1969 and Bradford County Is people for their many acts of Lovell Fund.
dons which has over-riding constitu- This could all be upset he thinks, establishing permanent pastures now rated as No. I Iin the StateIn kindness and cooperation dur-

tional authority; to free him If the if the Governor and Cabinet should ment,of Including the Improve broiler production (exceed- Ine the past 18 years.
grass pastures by top-
mood or Influence dictates It. decide to let the Influence of poli- seeding a legume. New pasture -
ticians and the convicts' friends inside programs Included a Another weekend highlightwas

Such appeals are usually accompaniedby or outside the walls prevail over grass-legume combination, and I I No Cure for Gall Rust I I Paul the Hahn trick, shot Jr. on exhibitionby Sunday
judgments of a Parole Commissionstaff soil testing was a pre-requl-
letters from someone at the prison afternoon (pictured with club

-- a guard or a counselor-- testifying chosen on merit. site pasture to planning program.a A great successful need Infection of Pine Trees pro Herb Herres). Paul, Jr.

that the criminal has been a good boy, *as found for liming the soil, Is the newest personality to
his of behavior If Florida needs more room for md and emerge on the golf scene and
has corrected errors meetings tours were Plie slash
traes--especially Infected trees. In
some cases is in
following his fabulous
and earned his right to walk free. its prisoners and there Is no doubt held to discuss, observe,.and and loblolly--have an enemy removal of Infected branches father's footsteps. lie com-

that It does-- then It is the Juty; of evaluate the program. from which there Is no known before the disease reaches the bined entertainment with a real

"No doubt most of these testimonials the Legislature to find the Means of became On January 1, 1953: Huggins defense according: to District main stem will stop the disease i Informative golf clinic which
official resident
from Inside the walls are sincere funding such facilities.It Bradford an County, moving his of Forester A.G. McCullers, Jr. and prevent destruction should help local "duffers'
cronartium fus-
"It's called of the tree.AccordLg.
," Mr. Johnson says "althoughIn family, wife and four children, Itorme (Cro-nar-shum fuse-.- to McCullers, fus- lower their scores, if they pale

the old days before the Parole Is not the duty; of the Parole to Starke from Macclenny. form), a peculiar gall rust to Iforme Is Just one of many maladies

Commission was established with a Commission Indeed it would be a Problems were not long In presenting which the longleaf pine is resistant which can attack trees.

trained staff to make Independent Investigations positive violation of the lar->- to speedup themselves, and the and the short-leaf can So if you have a tree that

such letters could be the release of criminals in an first challenge came from bo considered immune," Mc- appears to be diseased In anyway attention.m.
strawberry growers who said,
Cullers says.Actually get In touch with :
purchased by cash, threat, or flat abortive effort to make room for new ". something Is happening the "disease" Is a forester at your a nearest professional eggsl

tery. Some even seemed to be In- ones. to our strawberries. yieldsare swelling or canker on stem Dlviaon of Forestry office :: :,
getting lower every year." or branch--an Infection which for assistance

The variety In use then was moves In cycles from pine to y b

the Missionary, a long-time oak, then back to pine again. ... The high school golf team
favorite In Bradford County, Fualforms attacks trees from Head Start Staff has a record of 7 wins and

but after so many years It seedling to mature size and Attends 8 losses, and played in the
3-Day
Just seemed to be "playing causes elongated, spindle- ,Florida Star Conference Matchon
out" for some unknown reason. shaped swellings or galls. Training SessionFive Monday (in St. Augustine.
A new variety. the Florida At times there is little or The members are Richard Roberts -
90had Just been released no swelling of the stem '
-- particularly members of the Head Date Johns, David Mc-
Il. after years of experImental on slash pine, though Rae, Paul
Canova IV, Terry
The Bradford County .-gjOSaV --' i plantings by the Extension pitch may flow from the gall Start staff of CUBS Economic ,Gaines, Stan Reddish, Gregg
in
.. Agency participated a recent
Service. Huggins found
TELEGRAPH which continues to grow as Reddish, and Bruce Tucker
'" only two small trial plantings long as the branch or stem three-day training:: session coached by Jerry Reese ;
In the county during the 1953 remains alive.In held at the Head Start Regional
ESTABLISHED IftTBE. harvest seasonAgricultural Training Center In Tallahassee.
the spring spores are
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fodheBikle research workers Those attending were: Joan
released in the form of an
from the University of Florlda Joyce Wright, Jean Reese Griffith -
; orange-colored powder, and the Still
-- competing In the ladles
All thins made Jessie Franklin Jenkins,
were
by Experiment Station and fungus must pass through a President
FLORIESS Him; and without Him Daisy Mae Murphy and Sarah Cup Tournament are
Extension Service
was were called
stage of growth on the leavesof
lane Morris Only 100 entries so far for Cectie McRae, LouStruth, Maggie -
not
anything made
that was In to and I
study the
survey vales oak species beforeIt
ASSO TON made.-(St. John 1,3.) situation here. Demonstrations The training sessions, held the Strawberry Invitational Ap Miller and Ruth Broad
can re-Infect pines. ill 3-4, I way. May the !
so members better best gal win
the FSU led
Almighty God, nil-Rood, all-| on liming, fertilisation and va- As the canker grows, it Mils on campus were contact Herb as early as ,
merciful, made the vast limit; rleties were set up on three the inner bark and gradually by professionally trained people sible. The Pro-Am is set pos for
less univeme separate farms in the fall of :! holding Masters and Ph, D.
our sun and strangles tree growth. Damage
April 2 and the
L. course will
MATTHEWS. last
degrees
r-rallla's
the million* of suns beyond It t, 1953. Use of proper amounts from the Infection depends on Good
rmklfahrt each Thur. the three of the In
days tourney April, there
floss Mailer at The r.*l Office a* Mark, rUrVUwUn live. And lie made each und, Florida 90 variety; gave high. tree. achieved by allowing the late will be a Bingo session
Head Start except afternoon. at the
staff to observe
Aft ef March Sri, lift.ekserfeilMi every one of us, In His Image. ly Improved results. Fertilla Attempts to control the dl The public is Invited to watch club EVERY Wednesday night
and participate In the activi-
.U friii areas. 1 mar, .....; OatsUe .;lIch and every one of UK satton practices: and rates were aase by spraying have not ties of Head Start centers currently and the Championship final will) starting at 8 tun. Where else
trade 1 one with Cod. alt each andevery generally satisfactory. Good proved effective. The best way tee-off at 1:30 can you have
eeei rear. U.55 In operation near the : p.m. Sunday, an evening of
sunbeam J I. one with the yields at that time averaged to combat fusiform Is to catch 'prU 4. fun at $1 per throw? Come
e> e> e> i sun. around 500 12-pInt flats per the disease early and remove FSU campus. on out and join

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By Mrs A.B. Whitehead Sr. CHURCH ACTIVITIES DeWitt C.
Jones
Highland Baptist Church held family, Mrs. Sherly Ivy and Funeral Home
CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe their regular annual llomecom- and Steve Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick Niles Gayncll Ilarbln and Con-
sons Ivy all ofJack-
Youth Airs were invited ing on Sunday. The morning sonville. Ga, was visiting Mr. and chits Hernandez of '1'If ton College Mr. and :Mrs. Leo Dyal Greg
to sing at the Free Will speaker was: : the pastor, Rev. Mrs. Benton Futch. and fam- Forsyth, Ga. were week- and Leonett, and :Mrs. Lomie STARKE
Baptist Church In Gainesville Raymond Caudi.ll.: The music ily In Starke and Miss Eliza- Mr. and Mrs. Mosley were visiting Mr. and
last Saturday night. They were by the choir was good. Every PERSONALS beth Terry during the week- Sidneyullatrbinof Miss Hernan Mrs. 11.W. Mosley Jr. and famIly PHONE 96I-G200!
really good and they also hada one enjoyed dinner on the end. dez Is training to be a mIs- in Orlando: on Sunday.
good quartet from Jackson- grounds: and /siting.( In the Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton of sionary to her home, Colum-
vtlle. afternoon Lester Austin of Orange Heights visited Paul bia, South America. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Dlnklns In Bradford Mr. and Mrs. John Morris
Highland Church brought: a County On Friday, Mr. and Mrs.
I think everone who went real- Homecoming message. There Hospital! on Sunday. of Jackson, Ala.spent the week- :Mrs L.M. McClellan, Mrs. William I'HONK: I7.I--U76:: :
ty had i good time.Bro.StrIck- was:: i large attendance for the Friends regret to learn that end with Mr. and Mrs. II.E. Bessie Flossie Rosier, Mrs. Reddish< and Mrs. Flossie Hosier -
land !givo: the Youth Airs a day. Luther Milliard is seriously Priest and Lamar. Mr. and Sapp 1 Mrs. W.M. Red attended the funeral of
treat after the service. We 111 in St. Lukes' Hospital Jack- Mrs. George R. Summerlin of dish, and Mrs. Jess Saw attended Volley Griffis in ;New; River
carried them to eat at tho Grace United Methodist- aonville. Lake City; and Mr. and Mrs. the funeral of Robert; Congregational Methodist
WhoRPorburger stand. diy School 9:45 a.m. Worship We are pleased to note that E.W. Williams and Hal of Wel- Griffin In Macclonny: on Mon Church.
Mrs. Alice Kenny, Mrs. Ver- services 11 a.m. and 7:39! p.m. Mrs. Ma'Tile Futch Is able to lborn were Sundry supper day of last week. ----lTHERE -- --
nle Thornton, Mrs. Elva Mc- MYF 6 p.m.. Choir practice leave the hospital and Is with guests. ARE ALMOST I
Rae her -- -- I
Rev. and Mrs. Strickland 0:30 and prayer services 7:33: daughter Mrs. D.J. Put- -- --- -- --- ------
and yours truly accompanied; p.m. Wednesday. ney, and Mr. Putney in .Jack Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Crews I I
tho group. Everyone Is always sonville. and family of Clearwater spent : Carousel Care Shoppe II I 1000 r DAT NJ DEALERSBUT I
welcome :to go. Church of God: Sundry the weekend with Mrs. C.R. I
Wo had a good attendance In .School 10 a.m.. Worship ser- Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Crews and on Saturday they all II I
Sundry School and Church ser- vices 11 a.m., Worship ser-. Thursday and Friday with her visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy: Custom MadeCANDLES I
vices, and heard a wonderful Family night WeJiiosday 7:30: sisters, Mrs.:: C.E. Strickland Clayton and attended !the birth- I. I II
message.Mr. P.m. in Gainesville. day dinner of Mr. Clayton's I 'uI i I
and Vim. Me MUster and father M.A. Clayton, In St. II I Ii
family of Orlando/ were visiting Highland Baptist: Sunday Miss Arlhurlne Blanchard of Augustine on Saturday evening : I WHEN IT COMES TO THE
our church last Sunday. School 9:45: a.m.. Worship ser- Jacksonville, and Miss Enza They hid > very pleas- I
:
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Blanchard returnoJ We.lii33d.iy ent time. ts j Of Every Description( II
and :family of Orlando were Prayer meeting Wednesday at from a tour of the Florida v., I MONEY. .
vlsidnj church last Sunday,and Panhandle! They called on aprcarnlprn I :
7:30, followed by choir prac- Mrs. J.1I. Eunice: was: Saturday I
also Ms father, Rufus Alvarez. tice. and Pw""Pw. Mr. overnight guest of Mr I Permanent Floral i WE 'HE
: THE CLOSEST
and Mrs. Michael Bordyn' in and Mrs.. Phil Eunice in Gra- I I
Miinson on their trip. ham. 1 II
LADIES PRAYER CROUP
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Wo really had i good: atten- SOCIAL GATHERINGSOn Mr. and Mrs T.V. Duck spent Arrangements> ; For I
Thursday March 25, the I
dance In
our Prayer Group I
Tuesday to Thursday with her
I "
Lawley Home-nakers Club
gavea
last Sunday night. Sixteen ladies mother, Mrs. Vera Br.joldns. GAINESVILLE
,
covered dish dinner at the
were present.O.i our prayer : All Occasions
list Merritt home of Mrs. O.J. Boyett ho.i- in Columbus Ga. and attcndud J&S : '
ware Ralph ,
orlng Mrs. George II. Tribe tho funeral of her uncle Howard
who Is better one: day and worse Bar-B-Que-Pit I
w'io Is leaving soon for her McLaughlin.Mrs. < I
the next. Our also
out to and prayers Nellie IIn. go homo in Mindin, Ontario, Can- Your Hosts; I 1 1I
Hugh
Her father Is very 111 In Georgia son.- ada. The president, Mrj. Margaret : James Smith, Randy and JOHN & SAltAII HElD : Give A Gift Of Candles : Godding & Clark Datsun
and they have to go back Arwood made the pre Tasha of Mobile Ala. spent IS' NOW OPEN: I
sentation of a pin from the club. last! week with her parents Mr.
and brth. Also Lucille Lovell, BAIMMIUE : For Easter
Everyone enjoyed the dinner and MM. Ed: ..ard L. Kaiser I I
who Is waiting for a kidney DOWNTOWN SHOPPING
Business
Is Our AREA
I IAve.
and fellowship: together. About
transplant, and Mrs. Owens'
1 Iq m..m..n. Including' Miss IIRS. 0 o.m. 111(> p.m. 1 N. 301.4 '/ MILES NORTH OF CITY I I 2nd & 2nd St. :
grandson, Mark Gllsson who Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews 2 S. E. 4300 .N. W, 441]
Has In a wreck. We know thereis Murtha Sue McCain, exten- visited her brother-in-law and The Finest; Pit in Fla. I I
a God in Meaven who always sion agent,were in attendance. sister Mr. and Mrs.D.L.Shaw Call 782.3717 For; Take I LIMITS I BRING THIS AD AND WE'LL
hears our prayers and Mrs. Tribe and the late Mr. in LaCrosse, and his sister Out OrdersLc I PROVE IT
answers them according to His Tribe mado this their winter Mrs. Nora Sapp in Brooker on -cated On 301 I EL & ERNIE SEVER PROP. I
will home for several yean. We Thursday. I.. - -- -- --- --- >------------E_.
enjoyed having them and will Lawley, Fla.
VBS PROGRAM miss them greatly.On Visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Crewson .
Those attending the Vacation Thursday evening Cindy ridiy were their son, W.S.
Bible School program at the Duck Sheri Napier and Deb- Crews of Jacksonville, and Mr.
holiday Inn In Jacksonville bie Scott surprised Debbie Napier Crews' sister, Mrs. Onto
Tuesday night were Mrs. Fate with a party at the Skat- Thornton of Auburndale.Mr. .
Brown, Mrs. Lucille Ricks, ing Rink celebrating her I 15th
Mrs. Linda Bryant, Mrs. Shad birthday anniversary. After and Mrs. Crews spent
Smith, Mrs. Mark Moody Rev. spending some time skating the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.S. FOOD
and Mrs. .Strickland and yours special birthday cake decked Crews and family In Jackson-
truly. We really enjoyed the with candles was presented and ville.

were program.there A host of churches served ments. Thirty with; other young folk refresh-enjoyed
from this area. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Sheldon ILL
Thought for the week:It never pleasant having event.a Tfert In' this" 'of Naples were weekend guestsof r FA f R

mending pays to;use your weak ways.STOCK .thread when' Mrs. Robert H.Spearman,together .. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter.On .
with
members of Mr.

:i:1:1:1i1:1i1iiJ::::;::;;;; Jm iij 1illiI Spearman! family surprised Sunday Mr.and Mrs.Floyd
1r ;:j:1:; jJ: l r. him with a family get-together 'Futch visited Mrs. Thomas L.

....:.:: .......a. and dinner. About 25 enjoyed ]Barnes in Baptist Memorial
CARRACING this occasion. '
These were his Hospital, Jacksonville.
APRIL 1971. QUANTITY RIOHTS MSIRVIO.
brother. ONUS UT$ 0000 THRU WIONUDAY. T.
Homer and Qullllan
rii fl' Spearman, brother-in-law and Sunday visitors of Mr. and '.
:;::': 1::::; sisters Mr. and Mrs. Carl :Mrs. J.E. Cross were Mr. and
: :
:j; ::: Smoak, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Mrs. J.F. Bums Mr. and Mrs.
11i1 Ivy, nieces and nephews, Mr. J.L. Hendrlcks and Mr. and 1
LATE MODELS II and Mrs. Harold Bryant, Mr. Mrs. J.L. Lusher all of Jack- e
and Mrs. Billie Spearmap,
fJ and i sonville.
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Sundown
#jiij 1 FRIDAY NIGHT jiI!

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i111ff' a GEN. ADM $2.00 1ij;:
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:j:::;:: TIME TRIALS ;:::;::

i1J iij!' 1111j CHUCK '. CHUCK nnnn SLICED 1/4
7:30: //lIm'tl' 'htenlrrr/
ij1ti .:... j1i1j GIVE PORK LOIN

;rm-;.;.',! FIRST RACE .1:.l:;;: 'EM JOHN HELL! ROAST STEAKS Ii CHOPS-

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A Howard Hawks Production *
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'O..ISHNISSI .. .. 68e U.S. NO. 1 WHITE
Pride Pantry Pride Tea Bags 89e 2tt

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Evaporated Milk CAIN A flOM. HIMMIBGiant .' lOt 1 14 t 4t POTATOES1O
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Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1 :00 PLUS COFF E E '
Frozen Waffles :::: .: :: 10/$1/ SI.45 45t

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FRI., SAT., SUN. \ AO'li' 'MAIw iffiOlllRtdKwn jCi c
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Double Feature Program \ /' If 'iIVrllrrr BAG Banquet Cream Pies. ., .".. 4/l/ SI, 46 46t

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+ EC[QJ Frozen Coffee Rich .,::.'"?.. 24 25e I 1t

2 MORE SHOTS AT I Spoon & Serve ,IK".':"r-.:; >," 3/l/ SI.47 Art nutter e Ii

CUNT EASTWOOD SUNDAY-MONDAY APRIL 4-5 1'alb.BREAD. Spoon & Serve :.rr-.v:: 25 sat It IIIrllili fANCY COIOIN RIPIBANANAS

DOUBLE FEATURE Frozen Orange Juice "a::;:'::? 81l/ s1.1fl let
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Libby Orange Juice ."..'::., 5/95c/ 5100 St V: X

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K.LCVIMI PMSIMTS : Libby H '" /$1 51.10 lOt -
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nil LaWIS OILBKRT FILM Of 240zIfJJ1JJ! Southland Greens ,.',I/ 3/45c/ sat toe ,;".."-..,;.

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French Fries mm II -" 29 39t ,at

i DuO..... w. "'I Frozen Hash Browns ..:.:: :, ," 3/l/ 51.17 tic FANCY NEW : FRESH CRISP

THE ADVENTURERS COMPARE! ::;:,w : Frozen French Fries .." 3/29(3/35t/ 6 t YELLOW PASCAL

Is t y text on III No*TK AOVENTU(RS"Dy/HAMXO RC68INSPANAVISION Viva Towels .. n'! .':':..''01:"D" 3/l/ 51.'J9 29c: Breaded Shrimp "D :':':""::"'.' $JI' 5149 Set
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A-l 1 Bath Tissue -"... 2ge 33t 4' Wintree Deviled Crabs "?:;: 89c si I 09 20. I SAL 14C
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into the CINNAMON BREAD INSTANTDRY FACIAL SAUERKRAUT
ORANGES
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RUBELLA EXPLAINEDTO .... 1 1WA
2. 29c
ELEMENTARY PTAA { ;;
film on the Importance of .:
Rubella measles shots for children
was shown to the Hampton
Elementary PTA last Tues ,
day night by Barbara Raredon .;.
of the Bradford County; Public ;...;
Health Department. ;
The vaccine 1. recommend
ed for children from' Infancy .,0
to their llth birthday and shots I u ,
were administered to schoolchildren r Ito
at the school here
Tuesday morning this week. T AlDllkkTORAD /
Parents of pre-school children '
may lake them to the r
health center in Starke for the .
tiF '
shots. lE :
Outside lights at the front FEF P EO Q{' ORdL N I :
of the school building have been er/1MPs
Installed it was reported. A b
nominating committee was
named for a slate of officers

to .be elected at the next meeting COME ON OUT AND HELP US CELEBRATE OUR


SCHOOL NEWS
Four classes atllamptonEle-
mentary School made field trips ,
to the Children's Museum In .
Jacksonville the last two weeks. .
Accompanying Mrs. Ernestine .Ja;
Denmark's third grade and Mrs. 1
Lvnn Goldman's fourth grade
were Mrs. Lila[ Dyal Mrs.
Martha Smith. Mrs. Ranee Joy- N,,
ner, Mrs. Paul Meng, Mm.
Edward Saxon, and Mrs. Johce
Denmark. Last Friday, first i .
and second graders In Mrs. ', .
Shlrra Balr'a and Mrs. Maggie
,
Cupitt's rooms went, aided r nJt ,
by Mrs. Francis Meng, Mrs. .>
Carolyn Hunter, Mrs. Ralph M '
Trlsler, Mrs Lila Dyal Ron 6 fi t'; t"i
Dyal Mrs.Harold Waters, Mrs. 'l r u !?
Bill Stone and Mrs. Geraldine N h5. s1X'as ,
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Waldron.
Principal Lennard Register

attended Association the meetings Florida Education!In Jacksonville CHEK ALL FLAVORS SOFTDRINKS PRICES GOOD.THURS., APRIL 1 THRU WED., APRIL 7 :

from Thursday through -r
Friday last week.
"The Best Day of the Year"
a play about holidays, was presented ALL VEGETABLE
to the school recently>
by Mrs. Goldman's fourth gradaclass.
Typical holiday scenes
were enacted by the class.Mrs. limit 13 With S7 30 or More Purchoi.Inc. Clg.
Denmark's third grade staged WESSON OIL
a play for the entire school
Thursday morning this week.
Spring vacation Is all next
week, AprU 4 through 9, plus
a holiday this Friday, April
n
2 Limit On* tt Choic.With$7.30 Mar PurchaM Inc.
for the children while teachers WeSS Clg.
have planning day.Nine- 13
15ox.CANS: .
'week report cards are scheduled ASTOR COOKING
to be. sent home April

Intermediate IS.Mrs Ernestine class has Register's beguna -r 01 L BOTTLE 1I8.oz. 69 C 48-oz.BOnLi

beautiflcation project on the 0 a;
grounds at the front of the
school Mrs. Dee Canova's Undertners -
have also been doing
their brand of beautification by VAN CAMPVIENNA STOKItY

raking parts of the schoolyard, ,.
and Mrs. Cupitt's second grade TOMATO ,e / 1 I / 1
e
is planting a garden.

PARTY FOR MRS. IIALEK Sausage I SAUCE .I Io .
Mrs. Wes Halek was givena '. .
surprise birthday party; Mon :;
day evening. March 22. Those
who came for the occasion[ were
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade, ..
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks, Mr. ; L -
and Mrs. W.D. Carter Mr. Stokey) ;1
and Mrs. Hazel Perry, Mrs. Stoke YrNAlATO
William Carter and Lisa, and {AUfr
Gene Chason.PERSONALS IRIRUMA'WT'


Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Brown of 4-ox. ..
Hampton R.L. Brown Jr, of CANSCMACKIN'
Starke and Holland R. Brown
of Jacksonville: attended the fUneral
Friday In Mulberry for 9 !
Willie M. Rlckson. a nephewof e 9 {
R.L. Brown.
Leola Sculthorpe of Chesapeake
Va. arrived In Hampton GOOD ASSORTEDCookies
last Thursday for a visit CRACKIN'GOOD TOASTER VAN CAMP IIINEt

whe A sister Is visiting of K.B.with Watterson Mr. and, .3 PKGS.12'01.: 89C Pastries .3 ;2 KO=. $100 1 W enees 4 CANS 1'01. $1 1 DIXIE Bread DARLING PRESTIGE 2 20..... 59C

Mrs. Watterson, and also with LOAVES
Mrs. M.L. Watterson. BAKER'S ANGEL FLAKE STOKilY W/BEANS/
E.G. Saxon attended an organization 1.01.' STOKIIYBAVARIAN KRAUT OR SHEUIE DIXIE DARLING BROWN N'SERVE REGULAR 4 SEEDED

meeting Union of of Carpenters the International Coconut SIl. 69C Chili I I . .3 '1S".01.CANS $100 1 Beans 5 CANS'16'01. $1 loo Rolls . .2 PKGS.".": 39CSAVEIdNDOVlLIOUIDI1Gc0fry

In Washington, D.C. from
( ) STOKIIY CUT
Friday through Sunday STOKILY 3 S,.ALASKA
Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearson Detergent2 ss e ;s: X100 : $1 Dixie DARLING RAISIN, CINNAMON, PECAN OR

of Miami of a daughter announce the Amy adoption who Asparagus3' v Peas 5 25::.s $1 1 Fruit Buns ''p'": 39

will be two years old In June.They Quantity. .Rght! R......d
.
have a daughter aged seven WINN D'll STOUI.INC.-COn"OMT-1tN
and a son. four Mrs. Pearson All GRINDS '
Is the daughter of Mr. and ASTORCOFFE, ,
Mr*. M.M. Matchett of Hamp SUPERBRAND GRADE rsrw'
"ti Old Milwaukee FRESH flA. ALL WHITEEGGS '4Sto1'a
ton.Mr.. and Mrs. James Broome 1 rnRrsraass '!!Saniii FRUITocktail ( 1 1
and Lonnle of Gainesville and _
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams
and family of Hampton were BEER
dinner guests Saturday evening >f I I W l> JOtof
of Mr and Mrs. George Williams. .
'
Hampton City; Council met
Tuesday night last week In a
special session to consider zoning '
laws for Hampton. The discussion I 1
'
was preliminary to a.
dopUng a zoning and building {
I code ordinance for the city; ,
planned by the council! In the 6-PK.
\ near future 12-01. 16-ox .
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CANS CANS :::
k All INLU) MAXWHlCoffee
'The mfesJ e.iiiuer
;I ....... half Us } ......
BMUMStoM. sad IAsethwer h.lfJ
"'tie' near Mrt tome
....l M Auap ..*..
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GADEAR.VGETAIItSa DIXIE CUP 50-CT. 39.) ALPO

I PtazoBwfcerShop. Ham . 2 7'1.JA.S.... 35 Refills I . 'PKO..". 69 .Stew SAVORY 0 2 tsr 59 Softner NUSOFT FABRICUEBIII ?;;' 75 ..

IOO
CABIN((12.43<) SNOWS CLAM .
f NABISCO LARNA DOOMS

! Syrup' 0 2.01.Sill, ,77 Chowder "CAN'0.. 37 Cookies 'sr 49 PINE Pine SOL Scent 'a C

! r Stark. PaAppolntnwnt| BLACKBURN MADE CAMPBELLS CHUNKY SUNSHINE-HO o. 'a; 98.SvruD .

t' te.e. a._ 5'30I' : 11e*r 75CFREN SOUP '':{. 39 Crackers DREFT
. ;::a: 39C Detergent vsr
PREPAREDMustard.
t H-S CAMPBELLS CHUNK TURKey BEEF .. CHfCMN PECAN : 39C

,I' I l/PrtJerrod ;:.' 21 e Soup ';E 59C Sandies "" ZEST AQUA DEODORANT
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Th By Elizabeth GI......
Walker
USDA CHOICt W.b mAND USDA CHOICI W.DBRAND

p PORK & JBOTTOM ROUND RIBiorClUBSTEAK ; NAACP regular MEETINGThe meeting of the

't ; Bradford-Union Branch of the
NAACP will hold Its regular
itoi lteRCilT meeting Tuesday, April 6, at
8 p.m. In Lake Butler at Elizabeth
Baptist Church. All
iivyiW; |*. ,vM<**w 1 : are Invited to attend.
The Southern Christian Leadership
/ saWNO .) / / Organization Marcherswill
march In Starke Thursday,
April 1, at 10 a.m. and will
return to Starke to spend the
night after marching to Pal-
L'1 ford! Prison. We are appealingto
the citizens of Starke and
0, $ CHOICE I Bradford County!; to help In donating -
food and shelter for
Thursday night. We are appealing -
to the Churches; to help in
1 this effort.
Heroines of Jericho Obser-
vance: The Heroines of Jerl-
PRICES GOOD THURS. APRIL 1 THRU WED. APRIL 7 coh No. 18 will observe Palmday
April 3, at th e Ple-
...nt r.rnve: United Methodist
GIGANTIC 46th SAVE wrti Church.. The Masonic.Family -
Eastern Star, etc. will
be our guests. Kev. Koose-
velt Dell will be the speaker.
Time 1 P.m. The public U
invited! to attend.

OES MEETINGDell
Chanter 168 OES will
1 hold Its regular meeting Thurs-
J D day (tonight) at 8 p.m. In the
I Masonic*,Hall"on BrownJee
; :t Street All members are askedto
S please be present and on
time. Business of vital Importance -

S&H Green Stamps ,

CHURCH NEWS
Greater Bethlehem Free Will

Everyday Low Prices! Baptist Williams Church, pastor, Tuesday Rev. Jasper night

rehearsal for the Easter pro

Weekly Specials I! F Meeting gram. Wednesday and rehearsal.night Thursday prayer-
8EEf PEC? YTAMPS5t night Ladles Circle atMra.
llolden's home. Friday night.
}. Prayer Band will meet with
s Mrs. Sarah Prince. Saturdaythe
\ I i'' P BOR Ushers will sell dinners
SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED WHOLE $ 99 EN'SBIGEN'c",' 39C In the kitchen- The proceedswill
.
I CAN' go toward Miss Lula Mae
Cuffee the contestant for Miss
r
R" l '
t .RACKIN GOOD
Bethlehem, Saturday at 6 p.m.
Biscuits 6 10CT CANS 59C the monthly Sunday School
HAMS Teachers Conference will be
K RAFT' PHilADelPHIA held. Sunday Is regular Pas
". toral Day Sunday School at
Cr. Cheese $oK 39C
5Y YI 9:30.: Morning service at 11.
League at 4 p.m. Evening ser-
E A JUPFRBRAND LONGHORN vice, 6 Communionwill
p.m. Holy
\ \ Cheese..mlUPERBRAND 99c be given in this service.
Ebenezer Bantlut Thnrch: ,
e CREAMED COTTAGE Rev. Leroy Davis. Pastor. BIble -

; L 1V SLICED $3.19 4 Cheese 2 ;IB- 69C 7 p.m.Class Prayer each Meeting Monday night each

w LO Thursday night 7 p.m. Rehearsal -
BORDEN ,All flAVOR! for the Junior Choir
CAN .4 HALF $-| 00USOA Friday night 7 p.m. Sunday
Yogurt PIN11.S School will begin the servicesfor
Sunday at 945.: Morning
service at 11. Evening service,
j 7 p.m. The Junior Choir Anniversary -
will be held Friday
CHOICI W-D BRAND USDA OR.*'A"QUICK MOZINJENNIE0 .USDA CHOICI W-D BRANDRUMP April 23. The public Is invitedto
1' DELMONICOSTEAK I attend.
TURKEY Greater Allen Chapel A NIK
Church, Rev C.E. Jenkins pas
tor. Services will begin Sunday
ROAST I ROASTONILISS with Sunday School at 10 a.m.
p.m.Lovefeast Communion service service.at 11. At 6

ONIIISSW Me. Plshah ,AMI:Church, Rev.
J.P. Pilmore. Sundry School,
10 a.m. I.ove Feast at II. }l.en,; -
Ing service, 3 p.m. Com

1 munion.

I' REVIVAL SERVICES
.111 AT PINC GROVE
11 i !
Revival
Homecoming ser
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MMIHMIHt f Vs vices will be held at the Pine
U. CHOICE; US. CHOICE Grove Congregational Methodist -
Church, April 4-11, with
services at 7:30: each evening.
Rev. Wendell Thomas will be
the evangelist.Rev. .
.. L.L. Grlffls, pastor.

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TenderloinTENDER $119 Dinners PKG99c: Fillets Maxville
Round Roast $139 Fish IB79c Truck Stop and

W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SLICEDBeef FRENCH FRIED HEAT&SERVE COPELAND All MEAT RestaurantJ&S

Sh'ld. Roast LB. $119 Liver IB39c Fish Sticks. 'p 89c Franks ''P K,: 49C 21 ManagementOpen Hrs
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LARGE FIRM HEADS SUfU RAND QTU. WINN DIXIE BEEFSteakettes ASTOR I Vf' during 1970 alone. Can the
Oleo $100 Ip Cut Okra 2 $100 Charley: E. Johns Agency suggest -
Lettuce HEAD29c 5 -: a;: 89C some /ay that my property -
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Cabbage 2 HEADS 29C St'Berries 5 ',aR: $100 Shrimp Ip r;: 89C Corn.an-Cab 2P1: l00 value/be insured" to full replacement

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Week Services And Arts CHRISTIAN .
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DIMENSION / .... ", ._ /'; ''. ,J, f"". .
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Festival Will Start Monday @ C. u1tr.' ""1

"PRAYER" t '; }{;;;
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In ;
Week services will be dlst Church sanctuary and Fellowship the beginning God created te'
Holy ,
the heavens and the earth and -.\./ ., .
Hall. Members of local ", 'W; ;"
held dally at 12 noon, Mondaythrough ,
,." /
church congregations are the Bible says He created man < : :,, ': t. --=-
Friday, April 3-9, In
of the dust of the ground and :"
.. .
Invited display original works : "
Fellowship Hall of the First = .
breathed Into him the breath .
United Methodist Church. of art that convey In some way : :
the of the Christian of life. Instantly man became
meaning
Them for the week will be"Post
a clay Jug dust tabernacle
Ressurrectton Faith, or a celebration of the a CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS'
Appearances .
.
housing the spirit of God. Itwasn't CHURCH OF GOD
Christian LUe.Paintings CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST
of Jesus, with the following
ministers delivering drawings, art banners long before man began Sunday School 9:45: a.m. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. BAPTIST MISSION Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; ";
photographs to call upon the name of Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Morning Morning Worship and CommunIon *;-"
messages: posters, Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Worship. II a.m.Youth U.S. 301 North, behind Tas-
Monday- Rev. W.A. Hogan. collages, and sculpture are the Lord and prayer developed Service 6:00: p.m.Evening Worship ing Worship, /11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship/ 6 p.m.Choir Prac tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Service. 11 aon. Evening:
First Baptist.Tuesday suitable for display and should In the heart, mind and 7 p.m.Thursday. Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Service Worship service, 6. .
J.C. Brown. First be placed in Fellowship Hall soul of man.Prayer night Prayer Meet Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch /11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service
Christian. by 9 a.m. Monday. Is the spontaneous 7:30: p.m. Meeting. Friday 7:30: p.m. Service 7130 p.m. Wednes 7 P.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
utterance of Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor
Wednesday-. John Flynn every grateful Ivy Luke Pastor
St. Mark's Episcopal. SUNRISE SERVICE and pious heart. It flows from CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON. CHRISTIAN. .
Thursday- Rev. Robert The annual Sunrise Service sense of our dependence on Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- GrUds, associate pastor. CHURCH
SMYRNA
MISSIONARY
will be held In the First Chris God for blessings Internal as Ing Worship, Training/ Union,
Burch First Presbyterian. well BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30.: Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
for favors
tian Church at 7 a.m. Easter as external. Worship 7:30.: .
Friday- Rev. DeWItt Fara- Sunday, with Father James Cre- Any man who looks Into the 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser Sunday School 9:30: ; Training DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a.m. Evening
bee, Flnt United Methodist. of St. Edward's Catholic deep recesses of his own nature vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. Union 10:15 ajn.j; Morning Worship BROOKER Worship, -James Shaw, pas-'.
gan BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHSundllY'
Luncheon will be served at Church delivering the message. will see and feel that Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Union 11/ a.!".; Evening: Worship.! School 10 MornIng Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship tor.
12 each followed a.m. -
noon day by
Special music will be provided there are wants which he has 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: Worship. 11 Evening. Services, 11 a.m. and 7p.m.
music and a brief ajn.:
message 7 Everyone .
by the First Baptist Church no power to supply. p.m. welcome. Wednesday. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
with dismissal at 1 Worship, 7:30 Prayer
p.m. Choir. The Pharisee prayed with -Elder A.C. Flynn, pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West. : p.m.; Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER, FLA.
Exhibits In the Chrl.tianArte Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
Festival, a new feature of the The /Holy Week services are pride In the New Testament -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
Holy Week observance, will be sponsored by the Starke Ministerial while die publican prayed CHURCH OF COD NEW RIVER BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol .
on display dally In the Metho- Alliance. because he realized his dependence OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Superintendent.Training.
on Cod. This feeling Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Ing Worship II/ a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Ing Worship, /H a.m. and 7 nlon, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas
of dependence Is greatly Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Young P.m. Director. Worship Services, 11
Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday
Lillian Owslejr Mrs. Mattie Barry strengthened by a survey of People's Service 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School 11 a.m. Morning Worship -Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music .
Evangelistic Service
Services Held Services Held our relations to the universe. Wednesday Prayer, 7 p.m. service, 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union director
Not only our happiness, but Meeting, welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship.
EVERGREEN BAPTIST
In Dedan ChurcKMrs. our very existence Is suspen 7:39 p.m. Come and worship L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser HEILBRONN! B4PTET
Mrs. Lillian H. Owsley, 59, ded on a thousand things over with us. Highway 125, Northwest of
wife of Blanton C. Owsley and which we have no control. -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. vices. Lawtey. Sunday School, 10 a.m. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
a resident of Fort White, died PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Friday. March 19, In Alachua Mattie L. Barry died Prayer la our privilege and GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School, 10 a.m. day Night Service, 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship, Training/ ,
General Hospital after an extended Friday morning, March 26. the Almlghtly Maker. Preserver FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship/ a.m. Pro- Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser-
illness.A Jacksonville, following a lengthy and Upholder of the vast Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Services (Booster Band Young AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, vice, 7:30. Midweek Prayer
native of Craig Springs illness. She was 80 years universe, condescended even to School, 9:30: : Morning Worship. People, and Prayer Service), 6 Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; pastor. Service 7:30.:
Va., Mrs. Owsley had lived old and the widow of the late entreat men to come to /Him; 11; League, 4p.m.NIghtServIce, p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Morning Worship, /11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe.
In Fort White for the past Otis W. Barry, a lifelong resident and in the name of His own 6 p.m. .- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday Worship, 7 p.m.;Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH pastor.
Son whom he has forth Meeting and Bible Study. 7p.m.
17 years and had taught school of Brooker, and a member set pastor. 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland Sunday. School, 9:45: a.m.. ;.
as a forgiveness of our sins.In Study on Book of Psalms.
there for the past IS years. of the Brooker Baptist Pastor. Morning Worship/ a.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
this Son G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone
She was a Church. we are given the FIRST UNITED InIf
member METHODIST
of Tuske- I Welcome. -WorshIp, 7:30: p.m. Mid OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
nogee Methodist Church, the Mrs. Barry Is survived by blessings and" promise of prayer. STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study Wednesday. 1404 E. Bessent Road
Columbia County Educational one son, Lloyd W. Barry of "Ask, says Jesus "andit Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Highway 100 at Theressa) 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Assn., The Florida Education Brooker; three daughters, Mrs. shall be given you; seek and Worship U; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m. MornIng Be In church Sunday m. Sunday Sch" i, 10 a.m. Sac- ;' .
shall find knock and FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURt"U
It
ye ,
al Assn., and the J.E. Starke ; MYF 6
National Educational Hardy, Mrs. J.R. groups p.m.
; ramenl
Worship 11/ a.m. Train- Frank 6 p.m.
shall be opened unto you; for Sunday Service:Sunday Sch_ Jarvls pastor.IF .
Assn. Crews, Jacksonville; and Mrs. Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal .
Union 6:30 Even- Monday Mia 7:30
Ing
p.m.
every one that asketh, recel- ; 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, pan.
Besides her husband, she Is John Evans, Halnes City; 11 7p.m. Prayer Meeting,
Ing Worship 7:15 Tuesday Primary
:
p.m. 4:30
veth: and he that seeketh flndeth 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15 WE p.m.
survived 7:30 Chancel DON.T HAVE
by a daughter Mrs. grandchildren, and 21 great : ; Choir Rehearsal, Ser IT
Ann Cason Fort : and to him that knocketh Wednesday Night Prayer p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun -11 *et It for- Wednesday Relief Society
White two grandchildren. : you. Offfo '
; 7:45.DeWItt vices 7:30: Rev. Merle 7:30: p.m.
It shall be opened. p.m. day 6:30: p.m. Suppllei. .
brothers Furniture .
P.T. Huffman. Funeral services were held T. Farabee Jr. Equfp. Jesse
Packham, pastor.v. D. Branson Branch
The subject should be -J.C. Brown, minister ,
Greensboro considered mane. .
N.C., and Robert at 3 pjn. Sunday In the John Bradford County President.
Huffman Roanoke. Va.; two sis son-Hayes Funeral Home Chapel In each life and is a Telel'l'.....
ters. Mrs. Edith Elmore, Rich Gainesville, with burial must In the life of a Christian. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL

mond. Va., and Mrs. Madge In Dedan Cemetery near Brooker. Jesus Let one said say"Lord as the teach disciples how of Sunday HOLINESS School CHURCH 9:45 :::.*::;:;::;:m:1:;: ;f:1:1:1:1m:1mm:1:1:1:1:1:1:;::;:::: :;::;:;: : :;::::::'::::::::::;:::':mfmmmm:1fm: : : ::;:: :;:::;::::: : t:: ; :::E ::r:;::;;:;:;:;: ::@:.;:: : ::::: : ::::::::::::;:;:;;;;;:;:::;:::;:;:;:;:;:;::::::: ::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::::;::::::::::: ::;,c::::::::.:.:.:.:.:. .'.-.'.
Taylor. Virginia Beach Va. Officiating ministers were : us : a.m.;
:
to Morning Worship 11 Youth
and three grandsons. Rev. L.L. Parker and Rev. prayl" a.m.
Funeral services were held W.A. McMillan. -J.C. Brown, Jr. Service 6 pan.; Evening Worship

Sunday, March 21, In the Fort Serving as pallbearers were First Christian ChurchConfirmation 7 p.m.Tuesday.
White Methodist Church with Mrs. Barry's grandsons and Prayer Meeting 7:30

Rev. J.G. Blair officiating, as great-grandsons: Lloyd W. p.m.Rev.
sisted by Rev. Charles Mlmbs. Barry, Jr., Chester Does, W.B. Chauncey,pastor

Interment was In the Fort White James Dees, Sam Crutchfleld, At St. Marks NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
Cemetery with Sherrill-Guerry Bill Hendricks, and James V. CHURCH
Funeral Home Lake City li Crosby, Jr.
; Sunday Morning Worship,
The Rt. Rev. E. Hamilton
9:45; Sunday School, II. Sunday .......1
West will visit St. Mark's E.pi
..... ,
Evening Worship, 6p.m.Train- ;:
scope 1 Church tonight
charge.Snappei (Thursday) at 7:30: p.m. for Ing Union 7:30.Thursday : .
Comeilower. Teachers and Officers

r confirmation.After the service there will Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer I
Meeting 7:30.Edward I
be a reception In the Parish : .
.
House for Bishop West and C. Harvey pastor. j

riding ir the Conflrmands. The reception
Is under the direction of PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL

Mrs. Julian McRae and her METHODIST CHURCH &.

The best riding mower on th Ie committee.The Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng .':::::' 1
Worship H a.m. Youth Ser :.:.;: '
market. Powerful 5 to 7 HP 'I&O''! .
:::: I
vice 6
pjn. Evening Worship ;:::
,
engines. Maneuvers grades Lord Jesus Christ, our 7:30: p.m. I

of up to 45% in total co'mfoh t tIy blessed Savior and Redeemer, Rev. Neal Starling pastor. :-:.:.: ..

and safety. Comets have full expects us to do our part-to :.:.;: :

enclosed transmissions, 5 read and seek to understand '

forward speeds plus reverse!. His teachings in the Bible, to AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH w I'
attach have faith and trust in Him, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
And with suitable
to love and obey Him -"for Ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening
ments, they'll there's no other Worship, 7. pjn.; Wed. Prayer
haul, fertilize, way. Meeting and Bible Study.

and aerate- sweeptI 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng -

less than half every Monday. 7 p.m.
MADISON STREET G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone
price of a BAPTIST CHURCH Welcome.ST. .
tractor. Call us for a free

demonstration on your own lawn. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
.
... Morning Worship at 11; TrainIng CIlURCIISTARKE
Union, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Father James Cregan, pastor.
awMcOonou Circle 7:15; Evening Worship, Saturday Mass. 7 p.m.Sunday
7:30. Mass. 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass
h Power EQuIpment C Monday Youth Choir Practice 7 p.m.
7 p.m. WMU.meeting, Confessions -- Saturday S

JOE'S SAi'W' SHOPService 7:30.: p.m.
Tuesday Prayer Group 9:30 School of Religion:
Sales and a.m. Mission Friends. Girls In Grade School -- Sunday H
Action. Acteens, 3:30: p.m. a.m. to 12 noon.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting High School -- Wednesday
301 South Starke
7:30: p.m. Church Choir Practice 7 to 8 p.m. ;::::::: Shining in splendor is Easter's story.Christ ::r
:::
'none 1)6) i 1-7580 8:30 ::: ::: : :
-Denton Summit pastor ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC :::::: is Risen, full of glory. ::M.
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CHURCH, MACCLENNY :::;

Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy :
Day Mass 5:30 p.m. .&;?

I GRACE BAPTISTCIIURCHSTARKE i J

VWftMwj:;!;! K i t-xtiWWX".v
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning i''i'V; : >:-;';*';'::':":' ::yiy: : :"!**:y:' m t

Worship at 11. Training
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship
7:30.: Wednesday Prayer STARKE "66"
Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T,
Odom Jr., pastor.ST. SERVICE

MARK'S EPISCOPAL .! ,j Kill Ednnrdn. I'h. 964-7231
CIlURCHSTARKE '

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. _.. t: Tire Tru-lng
:>
Holy] Eucharist 1st and 3rd .
Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer Headlight Adjusting
TODAYIT'S
2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday, Drake Service
11 a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964611124HR.
,-
"A DOLLAR SAVED EYC-Sundays,81'.m. I Wheel lialance and

E. Call St. Starke Fla.
539!)
;
IS A DOLLAR EARNED"IBut -John M. Flynn, Rector WRECKER SERVICE Phone 961-5745' for FREE PROMPT Alignment HOAU SERVICE


penny saved or dollar saved, there's FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hiway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates AU Minor Repairs .

absolutely nothing like a growing ready- STARKE tlO S. Tempi Starke

cash reserve safely deposited In an In Sunday Brotherhood Mee'tIng 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

terest-earning savings account here and Breakfast 7:30: a.m.:
Sunday School 9:45; Morning
for emergency, pleasure, college education Worship at 1//. sermon "The STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD

or down-payment on a new car or 'Faith of four Friends"; Church .
raining, tIJ5: ; fcvenlng:; Wor ABSTRACT
SUPPLIES. Inc. CO.
home. ship 7:30: sermon "As I Was Grocery and Market .
Busy Here and There".
Save here every paydayl Monday Trustees Meet,5:30: Featuring Ace Hard war Groceries Meats Feed lletfer Service? For Your

p.m.. Deacons Meeting, Youth
Choir Practice 7. Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems.

a.m.Tuesday; Program- WMS.11:15 Council: ; Covered 10:30 and Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Attracts "

FLORIDA'BANK Dish Luncheon 12 noon; Business U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
12:30: mm.: Junior Choir "Check With Us First"

,Practice 3:30: ; Girls In Action PHONE 964-5312 ISAV.. Call Ph. 914-6881 .
I 4:15. 219 Washington St.. 9A4-5270
AT STARKE Wednesday Family Night ':
Supper, 6 p.m., Prayer Meet ::

ing, R.A. Meetinr. Acteens. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
Member l Insuranee Corp. 8:30 Teachers and ofltcerlMeetlna' ,
Federal: Deposit
Practice,, 8:15.Thursday 7:15.; Church Choir Owned By Those We Serte In Twelve Northeiist Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live imter. :

One of 30 Bnk, of the Florid* NAtiotta) Group Church-wide Electricallv"-Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911Holy
Visitation, 7 p.m. ;
W.A. Hogan, pastor. -:
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Lawrence C. Gayle Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. L.C.. Gayle,
Keystone HilitesBy u of Brooklyn Bay Circle, Key-
stone Heights, has been appointed -
1-
I IPUo to the post of Assistant
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GLORIA REDFEARN Postmaster General for the Department

.. Call 473-3288 ..413.'''' ington, D.C.of The Personnel announcementwas Wash- r rr

-----w made by Postmaster Gen-
WOMAN'S CLUB Miss Zoo Terry; 4th place, eral Winton Blount.
The Woman's Club of Mr. Gayle joined the U.S. J

stone Heights will itI Postal Service on Sept. 8,
Salad Luncheon and -
a v ,
bringing with him broad back- i-
Show on Friday, April 2 ;
ground of experience In the
12 noon at the Clubhouse. !
;
area of personnel and labor
mission will be $1.25 (! relations. Prior to his selec-
tax. Please call Mrs.A.P. : tion as head of the Postal Service -
473-4638 or Mrs.
man
473-3035 for personnel program he wasvice
Liggett
president for operations,
tions. Mrs. Hallman will Delta Steamship Lines Inc. In

the lunch chairman New Orleans, where he was In ,
Mrs. Bea Kimmons, Mrs. r* ? k '
charge of labor relations and ''r
Baker Mrs. B. Patterson
other operational functions. u
L. Clarke Mu.! ..
Mr. Gayle has more than 17 rpp
Mrs. F. Stephens, and it ---- -- .. --- Jl years with th e New Orleansand r r"yr p4', r rX ,
A. Ketch. New York shipping Industries -
Mrs. Liggett will be In specializing for the pastII .: rl'+' + Ai1i'Tit J
of the fashion show which Part years In labor relations He
This huge crowd listened attentively Thursday during the lengthy program at
feature the popular Is a 1946 graduate of the U.S.
Spring and Summer Program Merchant Marine Academy, the annual meeting of the Clay Co-op. They also consumed 3,000 pounds of
The Executive Board ; Klngsport, N.Y" and holds aBS fried chicken.
Woman's Club will meet ments Involving marijuana degree earned at George-
day April 6, at the ; barbiturates, amphetamines, town University School of Foreign -
at 2 p.m.DUPLICATE. and other drugs and narcotics. Service In 1950.
; Each treatment will be given Members
BRIDGE twice dally for a duration of Co-op
Winners of the two' weeks' undef the direct
Bridge played at the supervision and control of
Clubhouse and sponsored the sheriffs office and In accordance -
them on March 16: First with recommendations -
Mrs. Frank Cook and Mrs. from that office, which
Leukel; Second place, to will be supplying the necessary 4,000 StrongAt
Mary Cook, Miss Iva ; drugs.
3rd place, Mrs. W.J.
and Mrs. Thurman Hutson; The progress and highlights
place, Mrs Rowland of the experiment will be filed
and Mrs. F.T. Hogue. and recorded, using the sheriffs -
Winners on the 23rd : departments new video 4
KH
First place, Mrs. Paley tape camera. MeetingConverging
and Mrs. John Strawn; These films will be available _
place, Mrs. Gay Livingston to other Interested schools
Mrs; Raymond Starnes; : and organizations uoon request -
for Third place, Mrs. to the Clay County
Bryant and Mrs. C.V. anerurs: uepartment. 4,000 strong on The meeting officially beganat won re-election over his op-

and Mrs. F.T. Hogue and _._. ._ ._ Keystone shareholders Heights! Clio; held Co- 9 a.m., but Jack Miller, coop ponent, George E. LaRue by a
u..uuu.u.
Zoe Terry; Fourth place, "'OOOO.: LI9R 4 operative transportation superintendent vote of hug.! to 413. That was
Mary Cook and Mrs. Phil their annual membership and and his chicken-frying the only contested race.
; l Notes business meeting last Thurs- crew were on hand at 5:30 a.m. Floyd Gamin unopposed, received -
mer.Winners on the 18th : day.Overflowing to begin part of the meeting. 800 votes and was elected
First" place, Mrs. Mary During the Korean Conflict a huge 2,000 capacity The chicken was hot and crisp trustee of District 6. lie suc-
and Mrs. F.T. Hogue; Egan he served with the U.S. Navyas tent the assembled when served at noon. ceeds the late Drew Dukes.
second place, Mr. and shareholders ate 3,000 pounds Mayor Ray Starnes welcomedthe
Tuesday,
Fish Fry dinner on Assistant Operations Officer -
hun-
Charles Smith, Mrs. Paley March 20, and celebrated Americanism for the Naval Control of of fried of chicken, downed of iced tea, visiting co-op members. Also re-elected without opposItion
dreds gallons
and Mrs. John Strawn; Day worshipful Shipping. Trinidad B.W.I. learned about Annual reports were given by to District 8 was C.
viewed exhibits
place, Mrs. C.W. Hardy Master Winton Keeth gave a A native Meridian, with past E.T. Martin, co-op manager N.; Smith with 822 votes, and
( hearty; welcome to everyone, residence In Jacksonville and the big business they each and Tommy Millican, assistant to District 9 was Angus Hastings -
share In, and re-elected one
both members of the Orders Keystone Heights, Mr. Gayle manager. with 837 votes.
and Invited friends. Followingthe is marrleu c the former Georgia trustee. Martin noted in his report
VOICE salute to the Flag and the Voss of West Hartford But the big attraction was that the Clay co-op member- Members also approved by
singing of the National Anthem Conn. They have five child- Florida's newest United States ship In the past decade has vote of 535 to 134 a chance to
Huel Hollaway Melrose Lodge ren and now reside in Roc- senator, Walldn Lawton Chilesof grown from about 18,000 mem- the by-laws whereby the coop -
Introduced Charlie Black of the vllle, Md. Lakeland. Chiles arrived Just bers to 34,460. Assets have Increased will be able to borrow funds
"Young Americans For Free- The senior Gayles have received after 2 p.m. and gave a five during that period from from the Co-op Finance Corp.
This law studentat the minute talk. He spent the remainder about $13 million to $25.8 mil Both Congressional and state
dom. congratulations on
young
: of his time at the big
the University; of Florida appointment of their son from lion.U.S. legislative acts have been
BY said that It takes courage anda Congressman Charles E. Ben- tent meeting shaking hands and Congressman Bill Chap- ,passed to permit this but the
great deal of faith to stand nett and Don Fuqua, and Sen. meeting the people. (See arti- pell 1 Jr., Ocala, Introduced Sen. co-op by-laws had permitted
:
today for the principles of Lawton Chiles. cle on Chiles address in this Chiles and spoke briefly,warn borrowing only from the HEA.
up
Howdy, Sports Fans. ) Freedomand he Implored the Mr. Gayle, Sr. was the popular Issue). ing of electrical "brownouts"and Introducedat
took ride Platform guests
I The senator even a "blackouts" over the nation -
see ya again. Although silent majority to take action flow retired)
I pharmacist included Pat
In one of the co-op's big buc- this If Congressdoesn't the meeting
Specs are dragging now for the standards of Free- at Belote's Drug Store in Keystone summer Loudon, who retired as coop -
ket trucks.
do better of
Job
hind In coming on the dom 1 and is known to a pro-
many in 1963 after 25
The meeting has been described viding rural electrificationfunds. manager
the bin Bass are at Master Mason Holloway's address "Doc" Gayle.
1 locally as by Gainesville Sun Area years of service; State Sen.
bite good. Not only in on Americanism was one Wm. E. Baker, postmaster
Saunders of Gainesville,
: Editor Buzz Mixon as being like Chappell said that though$345 Bob
Fe but In Newnans. appeal with a purposeto Lake Geneva office
of an of the post State Reps. Gene Shaw of
a combination carnival and old million, plus an additional $25
and other lakes as Instill every American to was recently in Wash- I 1101 wortli!
Starke and Wayne lings
fashioned tent show. million, had been appropriatedfor
the I heard are ; be vigilant for National Postmasters
reports .
Community"u ever ington attending a -
The hand clapping crowd froma REA Congress had of Lake City.
and 'It looks III'A! warn Defense and the well being of Convention and met with loans
this of dozen counties listened to the been withholding these funds.In Oilier co-op trustees at u.u.
fishing Americans In these days discoveredthat
some good Mr. Gayle, Jr They
distress Blackwood Singers, a gospel the annual election, three meeting Included /edra Hamilton !!-
weather and
(When this crazy problems both attended the Merchant
had settles down ) Marine Academy at the same singing group from Nashville, Incumbent trustees were reelected of Brooker, Hicks Grlffls
EASTERN STAR Tuna and had a day-ling visit and one new trusteewas of Lake City, Dick Surrency of
time and had reminiscences -
many
with friends as business was named. and Claude Brandon -
Shlpman's Camp (west April 6 at 8 p.m. the regular to share.Raymond IlawUtornc,
Santa: Fe\): meeting of the Chapter mixed with pleasure. Richard Murrhee, District 1, of Alachua,

will be held. This Is sched-
AmoNlthe fish reported uled as a business meeting, O. Mann
Shlpmnn's this week but other Important work will
fniinwlnv Bob\ O'Neal !! } : be In the making. Membersare Services Held

a 9 pound Bass; Trevls urged to support.., the meetIng At
Keystone Hts.
damson brought: : In ( ;; and the officers under Worthy -
to 8 1/2 pounds daring Matron Mattle Lee Kings- c.J
week: and Pete \ bury and Worthy Patron Floyd Raymond: DUn Mann, Sr., 67,
9 bass up to 8 pounds. Koons. Grand Chapter of Flo- of Lake Geneva, died Friday,
Kodibaugh of t-arlton, to rida will be meeting April 5- March 26, In a Gainesville hos-
17 Bass weighing up to 11 In Tampa, and Chapter del- pital after a brief illness lie
pounds. egates will report on same at was born In Putnam county on
the April 20 Chapter meeting. August 16, 1903 and was! a

Crtffln's Lodge (east utility; dispatcher for Clay
FELLOWSHIP CLUB Electric Cooperative where he
The Covered dish luncheon had been employed for 22 years.
will be held at the Lions Clubon He was a Baptist and a veteran .
April 8 at 12:30.: As per of World War I. i ( t R far
program, members provide a Surviving are his wife, Lillian -
covered dish, their own table B. Mann, Lake Geneva: '
service and a serving utensil, two sons, Raymond O. Mann l 1 lli t ire
plus their beverage. This arrangement Jr., and William J, Mann both
: serves to lessen the of Raleigh, N.C.; two stepsons,

cz. work of the committee, as each Tommy Milllcan, Keystone
person does his share. Serv- Heights and :Charles:: W. Mil

'. ing Is by passing to the right, llcan, Brunswick, Ga.; and 12 Wheaton Choir to Present
o- your covered dish. There Is grandchildren. I
no waiting In line or delay, Funeral services were held
and you can Just bet, thereis at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Keystone Concert at Park o' PalmsThe
lots of food and It Is sure Heights! First Baptist
good. Mrs. Marion Driscoll Is Church with the pastor Rev. Concert Choir of Wheaton The 4V-volco' choir Is cur- The I choir director, II.M.: ilnf-
president.Mrs. Lawrence Carroll,,otnclatlng. ((Illinois) Christian: High rently on a 15-day concert tour fm.iii, Ir., Is well known In
McCord music Interment was In Keystone Wheaton Aca- of the Southeaster states
: Stewart School, formerly pre- the Cntcago: area is a vocal-
I I .: : teacher at Keystone High Heights Cemetery with De- demy, will present a concertof senting :a wide variety of music ist as well as a co'iJ-iU'! : >r.
I :. School will entertain the Club Witt C. Jones Funeral Homo sacred music at Turk of ranging from the sacred class The public Is invited to attend -
I :: members with her choral groupof In charge of arrangements. the Palms, Keystone Heights, sics to arrangements of hymns the concert on '\prll 5.
elementary school children.We at 7 p.m. Mo.iday, April 5. and aplrltuals.(
regret to hear that Mrs.
Services Held
Tina Sheets, who entertainedthe

of "Being Club Sightless members," has so well been on a For Mrs. TurnerIn .., ..hi

You Win patient the In past Bradford week. Some Hospitalfor improvement Keystone Hgts. Trade at t Home MJf.l;;;,!i'iI" ptyutt KEYSTONEHEIGHTS


In has been noted. Mrs. Faith Turner, 98, of
:: The prize Cards of cheer are preferredto Keystone Heights, died Satur-

.:. worthwhile visits. day, March 27, In the Starke ....-
Information for the Keystone
Home after an extended -
:' won by the members and friends of the Nursing Illness. Born In Clay County NOTICEADULT
that ,y te 19 Senior Citizens Club of Brad- on August 23, 1873, her DIRECTORY
difference ford County; the Club Is participating ; the late Lymanand EDUCATIONIN
,' HAYING I in the Bradford County Elizabeth Durden Hall. She
Fair from March 31 through member of Gadara Baptist -
was a
April 3. Displays of handmade Church near Lake Geneva.
articles and antiques are being -
;: FULL offered by local members. Surviving Is one daughter, BEGINNING TYPINGROOM S. E. 'Mt'KA Y. REALTOR
.
The Annual White Elephantsale Miss Olive Turner, of Albu-
$becJtkiff Accounts of the club will be held querque, N.M.; two sons Keystone Heights 473-4816

Safety' Deposit at the regular club meetingon Charles S. Turner, Borger, 14 Appraisal Service
April 13. Members are askedto Texas, and Boyd Turner, Or-
m.1at Depofilta start collecting your "cast- lando; and one sister, Mrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL The Best in Lole'ront

offs" In good condition. The Charity Glisson, Starke. Homes, Acreage, Rentals
Senior Club !la ever viglrous
i In its attention to the Seniors Funeral services were held CLASSES MEET ASSOCIATES
KEYSTONE needs, especially In Legislation at 10 a.m. Wednesday In Ga-
To 10 P.M.
.. from National government dara Baptist Church with Rev. Tuesday Evening 7 Mr Melba llifen IZM7J0Cot.

Member .FJXI.C. PERSONALS Leaman Ward officiating. interment J. t'heaington 473-4679
; Everyone enjoyed that fine was In the church cem- SMALL REGISTRATION FEE 1.. J. Koblnutn 475-4041
:= Tour Frle etery under direction of DeWitt ''...e-h..1| Carr 473-1058
: so C. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Phone 4734844rrrrjrjrTTTTT .
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in BRIEFBY
Helen Egan 11991FIIO 118BETRElUIB

LINDA G. COX

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Mrs. Lloyd Dyal of Brookerand


Clay chicken Electric luncheon: at meeting the annual last ebrating sign student their, Alfred birthdays.weung Afore, of Gainesville Mr*. Mike visited Tllghman relative on of of "1fliP' "_-_' .tdl.F=lEI I :SUIo. '"., ':S 'l.L; eNT' ''fO. W' "" ); :,, ;, 1e/: .r ''SLJiS6,__ ': ; { 'Le; ',,8.e. 1'r[ ,i J

weekend
Thursday, and some/ folks were Hong Kong, China who Is attending the West Coast the visited <
the lucky ones In winning nice the University; of Florida March 20. Mrt. Dyal

Drtzes. Ask Julius Hanson howhe's Mrs., Joined Clarence the Smith Slpe Is family.celebrating her and Mn.sister Jim and Harrison her family.in Mr.St. ii: !!1riEl i b.wAD)..1i1fU"--l FOR SALE!:: Fret' eggs W>R RETtr tooVni 2. bedroom

going to sing, "Don'tFeneeM. Petersburg. On Saturday night( medium JSo I/Wge 'jtOti. house turmb.hed.: Air JIMMY\ MOORE'S\ .
her 93rd
In"? blrthdaj the IlarrUon'i took Mrs.Dyal l to Mtnbnnm Charge; .... ..l.TS X-Lai-ee .45* Juonbo's\ ( ..110OI conditioned cU heaited. Bath .
(Last
Anna S. James had a Thursday, April 1. week'spaper SUN SPORTS
Mrs. In renewing was In error..) the famous Kapol Tree Inn for (Covers IS words) I per O&en. on Umc ki) Cjf: 'with shower: surd: tub.' Deepfreeze '
happy experience dlmor. This Inn Is located near n.cud:: Bou'Ji of Steel; 'MUI. : nice ihneed: tot next to 'Gainesville Marine
Lawton
acquaintance with Sen. and Mrs. George Col. Each ward ever 15-7eRta MOORE BOAT FOR
James Mr. Clearwater. It has several Hn- Phone 964-5760. Also laying Crodby: Lnfce. Clyde GohmtlMa.)
and Mrs. Cobia
Chiles.residents Mr. of Bartow when gin were entertained at din- Ing room and the decorations Extra: Charge II not I I tuna for sale Itp RFD 2. Sharks. 2tp 4.8FOR YOUR MONEY I .- Boots -
were son-in-law am Johnson Motors
ner by their are fabulous. The lovely et- paid la advanceCLAgSlTI >
Sen. Chiles was a grade school daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jem tinge are of a European nature- NEED LISTING NOW SALE Homellt chain: Starke. Ph. 964-5791 .

chap. Mr. James was !Ity; manager O. Gay and children, on the It U the next best thing< to taking !:D DISPLAY I, nROENTI' aka tats. Key- aiwa, rWlng mcwwr and] self SPECIAL -

and the two James school sons with occasion of their'Golden Wed- a trip to Europe.. TM wa $tAt Per Inch I Mone Penny Fauna" Milt propelled snapper Also Lawn Complete Outboard & ALL HEW SKI RIG

attended the same ding Aimlversary.march 19. a wonderful\ experience: for Mrs. Statue a3'e2s. Wo otoo need: mower. repair. Joati Sana: Shop Stern Drive Service: and

Lawton Chiles.Mrs. Milton Scrip- The Colglns received many Dyal on her birthday.Mri.Dyal Mtmerials BevotatkmePrecUmatlons large tracts svr.y size. Small 301 South Stark, ptwne 904- Repair. Complete Fiber 15' Cobia Bow Rider
Rev. and beautiful flowers and greetings, also visited with her brother eta -To word farm Call JaAta cads '{5110. I"",
Lake recently glaM Repair. Custom- 50
of Brooklyn H.P. JOHNSON
ture and wish to express their Joy and his family, Mr. and. Mrs. aalesnuan locally 503-2711.
entertained Rev and and their Mrs. and gratitude. L.A. Kelley. at Clearwater. CARDS OP THANKS Frank Leasuo, lax Broker. :FREE PUPPIES. RCA don- built Fiberglass Fishing Gator Trailer

Frank Smith sr. and The day finally arrived when while Mrs. Dyal was visiting, M words or less .. .......... 388-9073 or 76 -4158. I sole. TV. 820.00. and !U 'work' Boat*.. '

daughter Thomas, Sarah!Houser; also and Mr.baby John and Elizabeth Hlmble paid] her relatives, Mrs. TUgtiman Each! wall ore BO-ToIPA3T Btdhg 8-M .Phone 473-3171. i Itp All For $ 99r.,
Mrs. their fond adieus and moved to visited her daughter and family Plot Tax ,
son all of Mlnneola. Fla. Frank their new home near Camp Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Don Schue, FOR SALE 10 acre north of 4 Bedroom. 2 batti hecnes) WATER FRONT LOTS

Smith Jr., of Molrose, Joinedhis Ca. to be near relatives. In St. Petersburg. TV" STEREO RE- Lawtejr on Eunice Rr. parents at the Scripture Their new address will be reported Out-of-tosm relatives visiting PAIR. Free Dlc -cip. city ber. Phojvo 3894932. Jackson* terms Located on Road Lynn Hamilton

home on the occasion of both later.LEGALS Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harren limit. Dtbmtr's Discount I vlUe. ItpCOTTAQE 100 South. For feifonmaUon can: On Orodbcr: Lake: and Crosby Before You Buy

Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Sr. cel and daughter, Rhonda over the ache D64-7701. tfefcg Late Omul. (Canal 50 feet 1030 E. University Ave.

week-end of March 20 were: wide. 8 fet deep) Located on
AN1'EDHotIaIt fun of fur.nitwe PARENTS Men Cot
and tale Road 100. 3 mH West Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hayes
wanted. Borne
. : pay caah. Dahnwr. Cage parent/
family of Madison, Tern.} Mr. Discount tfohc MarriNl couples: and 'women.Salary LEW'S ct atsjrte. Fls Ideal for raosv .
Don cottage mobile :home
and Mrs O.C. Hayes and family or
!. Til. CoBBtr "....*'. CnnrtOl bai been filed airln yea. oC St. Augustine, also Mrs. starts $347 per> month, 'WELDING SHOP Slryostmn.L.
llrailtora o..t". Plalldn.la Annlaa Mack, and you are required per person S day week S hour
Edna and Mrs. Stella Prices: atari at 11,205.00, $200
Prubalt. No. to aerve a copy 01 your Ilaynes toy. Promotional opportunities
In J<.. Estate: at Robert X* wrltlon defennee. If any to It. Lovely of Gainesville.Mrs. 1 Whispering Pines Mo- down and 133.00 month for 38

Batten,. l>lo ucea.Creditor..dNvtlc en whone the name plaintiffS and *address.e-. .I I.lonnrabl. I. Lloyd Dyal and Mrs. vacation State' Retirement. eta Please sick apply leave' In tel US 301 S. Phone monttM) Stt( % simple later.\ (I Tit

All creditor of Uie Entnte. ) '. n ore; H. Pleroe.. Lavern Dyal and daughter, Suzanne 961-8252 eat).
of Hubert L> HattMt. decvneid. p. o Box 1030 Srnrke. Florida enjoyed shopping( at person) only .Personnel Offlc! .
REFINIS1TINGALL
.d.r. to hereby file not any LCl.d clnlni and. reuulr-or d.. and"I.rk file ol the the above orle-lnal etvl.j with. court end Woolco's Dept Store In Gainesville TYPES Bunland Center Ga4ncsV'lJ.'lt.1FlA. UTILITY TRAILERSCUSTOM CoQ 964-7701 8 sin i(O I 5

mande which. thny may have. on or hiforetho sane day of Wed. March 23, Grand Aa equal opportunity; .mployer. BUILT pm. weefcdaja.' tl HOMES
AKa.imt laid Mtate In the Office April. IMI ; otherwiiw a lodaament UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK tfchgFOR _
of the County Judie of may be entered ......In''" Opening Day.Congratulations. GAS AND ELECTRIC
In LOTS FOR SALE Stairke. Golf
Bradford County. Plorlcio. In you ordpatft/on to Mr. and
the Courthoue at Slark. the focomplalntl the Mrs Eddie Douglas on the birthof RENT Trailer WELDING BRAZING ft: Country Club reedy for AVAILAILI fOR
Florid. within elx calenilnr WHness. mv hand and Expert Reproductions: space:
rnunthe from the unit ubllo-- aaal. or.aldCourt Cln March 11. their first-bom, a son, on in Lomrtey. Phone: 782-3633 or SHEET METAL\ fcuilcBiw: on or for investment.

tlon or demand of this rnurt nudes be' Each In wrltln claim 1011IRRAT.,) Sunday, March 28, at 7:43: a.m. C. E. JACKSON 964-8214. ItpFOR TRAILER HITCHES Lots are approximately Here YOUR LOT

And must etitte the place or Ollh"rl B, 'FIr.W1I In the Bradford County Hospital. 1313 W. INSTALLED and larger. Paved roads
.fdence. and otofflcu ad. A. Clerk of ...Id Orml"t Mr. and Mrs. Douglas named Madison Starke CAUE: 19 Del Ray only 3 minutes from town.

dr.bo iworn. of the to claimant by the and claimant must A*By Uepuly Foulah Clerk M Moody 1-85 it 41Antlre their eon Carl Edward Douglas Camper jo'/i' ft. Furnlturw and: Prices start At $1295.00. $200 $3,500

hi. .R.nt or Me attorney or Jr. Paternal grandparentsare Air ccrulhoner.! 416 N. ,Wal.lut.: down and 35.00 per montli.

tt to will law. btcome void .cuoralhg .. Of Ilearlii".1* A raw*""..P.t.tin. "...-. Mr. and Mrs Howard CARL BEGGS St. 964-5018 2tp 4-1 Call 904-7701. 8 ajn. to S p.m.

Earl Ray BaU.na.AJtL ,...tF AndIoVncait. A Portlo Douglas of Bracken. maternal NOTICEStarke tfchg
.
.
: RAY BATTEM.Bxecutor : ". Mr.and Mrs. Gulf ServiceUSED _
: of th.Eslal.at Iobort OS9oIk. flntanrpat". 1t.r.... grandparents are,
1* Batten deceased. I. Pint Book .. P"... I. _bU.. Robert Green of Starke. PARTS BARRETT and Keystone BRICK OR BLOCK (work tone. IEOO sa FT. I
"rIj' SI'V.' nec..r.U Ot neadfn.d Cn..fy.ckI Mr. and Mrs. Gene Edwardsand Customers BrIck or 'block! planters doorsteps
:; ; Heights area
.
p..rtl..l..rlyBlo. '
E I .. And Test Prices: for Wrecked Cars OF
Itl w..i call fitreet e.,l O f SCald PI.' chldren, Tina and Johnny eta Lloyd Crouton. 1
Stark. Florida To Whnm It May Concern. of Lake City; were visiting M Hour Wrecker Service Water Conditioning Hastings Mattress 004-6114 2bp 4-1 I
rnr.r
Fleet Attorney Publication for Executor March IS. ....You. .,Ii will nre with take the mrtlce B",that/'t.I.."" Gene's parents and sis- Fuel Oil and Pump Co. UVIHQAREACALL
1171 of Section. 1BJ.'01 and/ 111.Ml.KlorKhi ten Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Upholstery BABY SITTTNa !In my\ home
._1.11 4t tI. -, Slntule. a public bv the hear.City Peggy and Patsy last Vied Cars Street MonflayFrUay; Phone 064-
130
The Cnnntr ..""..'. Curt rounrll InK will th"Clt; ; :of WJ'1*1f! Sunday. Rwy. SOI N. Waldo. Court 710 St. Johns Are.PALATKA ts<)a. ztchg 4.1
Of Probnle llrnilfonl. No. Cenaly. FlorMn.In Florldn.: I';, NorYnCIhSSB.S, l Mrs.. Tommy Cox and children 4C8-U9S Phone 964.5832PLUMBING

In Ilei n-lale of Robert I* Btrrct.Room at Rtarke. Flnrlda. "" uradiee and ueena and
O.C. Carnes
Dattnn. nuc.a.ad.to'rttl 1971 at 7:005'cfikp.MTUonIOth. : Cherie Hinton were visiting Nursery SLADE
'*. 01"< pnonATn petition of Is Open AgainPURNITURIJ
their aunt and uncle.Mr. and
To All Pereon" iniereeted In W. T. Jackson end M"ririr SEWING!: MACHINE::: cleaned Thousands of Plants

The You netnt are Of hereby Said Decedent notified: which. .t 0 petition/ Jaokeon...... .pre.t his wit.u". Mrs.; Mell VickerY, and son. oiled and adjusted la your Water Conditioners ; Fruit Trees Shade Trees,

that K written Instrument piir- on the m nutee of a mo.tlnor David, In Gainesville last Sat home $5.00. Vacuum cleaner and P mps Evergreens, Camellias, HOME
Last Willof Council 1 on Repaired dRe.upholstered
the
be
porting to 'of the Bald 4911 urday. Also they visited with WELL D LUNG
n.tivrt L Fatten deoeaeed.ha f1. 1971. r.nuoatlnE repairs also. All work' cuarant ''Azaleas Roses
been admitted, to probateIn Mnrch that Con noil c- ?*""- Mr. and Mrs. Vicke daughter ed. Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone Sales and Rentals
thle Court Von .r. hereby don and vacate. a "ortlon; of Mr. and Mrs. Ton Brit- Most In cans plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING SERVICESFor
within. elx calendar Inn known 431-1428. act- NEW MATTRESSESFREE\
commanded .nhAlvl
month. from the date of the that ortoln South 00th Replnt". ...nlplott.d / ton and children, Thomas and Repair Department
I
tint publication of. this notice and /a end r..o./lol/ In Plat Gina, of Ft. Walton Beach, who SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 24 Hour Service ESTIMATES. 13 Ml. SB. of Starke. Hwy 100
In till Court ParoM1/
to.11..... a-ppoar eRU.". If any you can l1nok l1a410r/l I. rasa. / 1.County.011110 1"lnrl/l." / were there visiting the Vlck- Letters an sizes, colors. Perm. Call Collect 323-2144 Flomhome 6592163 Information ,
why the ctlon of this CourtIn of ixihllc. I.. and !" thl erys for the weekend. aiuent.! for use en wood glass.plu .
and the
bat nclmlttlna ihould. ; not mil stand Will unr.v0k.d. to pro-- Und lyln In said'/ nortlon and ofKS5. In Our heart-felt sympathy and ) tie. paper, metal leather.ANTl'HINO' FI5HINO WORMS FOR' SALE FOR SALE-20 acres on paved Can JackaonTtOe
'PI..ttod AtrSMa,,, b. our prayers go out to the famines l .Bradford County Red and African 'W1nlel"ll.DIxon' *. nlffhway. 3 be r TitnnoN A. TAWW. rribedlaeetollnw.on of Mrs Matte Barry and T.lerra b. U i Worm Faimi Highway home. $7,500 dawn! $10.000 .-
County for County.Judge Florida In and tor Braa- '"Bioc-kV'J'.nr.' / 80llth nab In Mrs Marco Parrlsh during 16. 1 mi. -wait of Sbarke.:. Ph. balance $96.50 month. Call

Hv Uolorre C. UamplerEro"Nn Pint Replot nnnk. I.thprenf Pa, recorded 1. toer.ther their recent sorrow. WATSON'S 'wegikf'ava' HB4-SB89. 2tp 4-8 SEWINGMACHINE Bill Powell! R.E. Broker 964-

!: : F. "I AW with E..IIVerd AV.Plla and. and a WE SERVICE all appliances. 6464.
14] west i v>ll Htreet of Ruinview. nrlve
portion 8"rtlnn U.'J'nwnlhlp House of Vacuum Rebuilt ) for sale.
FloridaAttorney In nppl'ances; -
Btnrke. 1"ln" end/ below 511Ja FOR RENT-one (bedroom: fur-
for Executor 1 south. Ranea Glen's Supply It Service C>. PantieHose
Flrit Publication March II. St. My Neighbors Many brands of new vacuum Nailed apartment $90 month.

"". e-18 4, .-. All Inl..el.d. partleS mayM.pea.n.1 39.00 up. Used machines from 11M-8057. tfchgA. Sales and Service Bradford Village Apts. Just But Grad

ntncebaboversoerltlAlPxted () '10. expert!: Repairs *11 makee. north of Bradford Hlgfc
In Tlio Clrrnll Court Bigalh. thu.1Gth day 01 March Parts and Accessories for an J. Thorn. Registered Real PFAFF NECCIII School. Call collect Calnesvllllo Any Silo Any Color
Ju.llclnl. .. ClrroU Of Florida !. A.n. CoOtuncil 1 or rlty Af "I.uk. ) Built Estate! iBnokor Specializing * And. Por llrndrerd. l Countucivil. Cllr i ; vacuums.: In Central vaonum >
Acnovrniie ltv, ... lolorrlll EtI..r4. cleaning eratems. '712 N. Appraisals for Estate! Indlrlduals Universal $3 Pair No. !
N.>. 1031 Clerk Owners.Atxj .
,.,g Itt and Corporate
376-fllO
Jnmr W McMtc Iv and Kath Main. Oalneavllla $49:50: up FAA
or Convcntlonttl financing
lean Thomna McNevly hie c! ne'rl: reel *t9tait tens $2 Pair No. !
wife PliilnlKf .ve- Allamtue r r"Don't BIO PENS. Ball Point Itsfllla. In_. Thirty Years experience Parts & Repairs on on new Brick. 3 !bedroom. Pair No. !
Johnson'' and H:.n Johnson, her all other Make Ma 2 Bath. living room!! dnJUig $1 -
hu>liiind., and Arlanna Mack.KI.IIW Bradford County Teletrapti. In Florida: Innd matters. Tel.
and Frederick, Muck: 964-5701. Sb.uke. Florida tf chi chines.NATIONAL: room' and f.Trfly: room Home
and Gloria Mack hi. wit.. D. ititt Will fake trade-in. Call Bu- 2 Pair for $1 Yes
A college: degree means' ,
enilnnt.
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CLASP ENVELOI'ES..q ford Mitchell. Phono 964-67CO.
"Notice Of .ItPr..tyTo more monty //or a man over
Arlona huraby Mack. notlfleit, that hit lift span. And tn needs .tt "teesv- Bradford County Tele BAIRD P. O Box 23H. S' You ore
an action ,to the followlncpropery (to pay the tuition loan. sraph.INTERSTATE. 611 W. Unlr. Ave. Lowtey
In Bradford County. C. Mobile Home 378-1355 FOR SALE: 5 pere! Dlnett.
Florida: : MOBILE Home good C' n sic I) acre, ot In lite good old day, we
The South ( :NEW and USED
moving in Fie Call 9845608.tfehc. 904-6092 or W,4-6373 It
the K""\:, of NTI'i' of ctW10; I lye would have hid our Income: mind him. He always
InaWent of Ptnt; .,.. or 8-10-12 Wide i MODERN MASONRY
ITH. HOI. In Rertlon 33 Town- tax la the mall by now. hits himself on the head
Galncevllto
chip 1 8 rnrme 22 F.ant being whenever he thinks of discriminatory TOMATO' & COLLARD BUILDING r
:
: plants LUZiERCOSMETICS
npprndrnately 989 feat Approximately 3ROO Si]. Ft.
Good
Quality
North and nuth by 174 teat taxation! tor 'le. Aaron Holly. 1508
including A-C: Office
AccentTo
Bait and. Weet. Old Larwtey Road. Phone Reasonably Priced: PUMPSNEW Rj-Ry Ramp tor Truck: AND \WIGS\

M4-7528.' 2tp 4-8 Gainesville 378-2785 AND USED sa.ag< i8.sno Terms SALESPEOPLE NEEDED
Serviced. GasrsuCeed and CALL
FOR RENT: Jots. fur trailers
---- Tft Delivered la 8larks Area
FZyAway only. Call Beasle Crews NO EXTRA COST! SALES BILL POWELLBROKER Management OpportunitiesOpen I
/ 964-731S after 7:00: pm ttchq PARTS I II
tJ9 411 N. 4508 NW IStk
With 7 Reg. Anfru Bulla! for Bute.! O.In.erme378078a' SERVICE 004-6464 064.6810fifchq Unlimited I TerritoryCall

Good breed characteristics. 8 Deep and Shallow Wells

mo. to 26 mo. Priced tIC) sell. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Water Softeners and ACREAGE TRACTS Today 964.5616

Our Specials J. Walter:. Prevail.! ph. 8847470 withstand weather SOa eacb. FiltersPlumbing S '
acres pivort read' 1 mile! of
Sf>:tko. 2tp 4-1 t233 dos Special price on larger Louise St'ernManager
P-ar'te: S3 000 00. 6.62 acre.
quantities. Bradford County
--- NEED MONET Telegraph.' U Supplies paved rc,d. 4 mliss: of Starfca! (

(Why; not earn that extra money 350000. 20 n-re: -.. :-avcl: rcn:*:\'.
yon reed selling Carnalon Cos FOR RENT Small turnlshedIVMMe EXPERT SERVICE ON some timtjr! \ 1 mile of StarJce, 3T

I H 12'Shade mattes W'ga' and hair pieces) : utaMe: for Individual ALL MAKES prto S IJO.OO on are .40 acres
Huge $ To 5QLB. cow to your neighborhood T' Open. pr couple-M. A. Payn, Ph. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE en tT. S. 301 rttvt! Iltnnce of

Inn en Starbe, Hampton Mel- C64-6560. tfctog Starke. Pisa:: $:;."0.00 :an aere.

And Fruit rose. Putnam Hall and Gra Most cf theca can: be purchased -

Trees $547 MANURERe ham. Cal Mrs. Betty Pona. AT REDUCED INSURANCE RATES PUMP & SUPPLY CO. on itcrmi.! A. J. Thrns3.RM1' WeRepair
eTcl 1 tKH-STBI
tf
I 04-372-9971 4tp 4/1
$2.89 1.97 AUTO. FIRE. BOAT

I WANTED: Rough ewrenter DOYLE K. CONNERINSURANCE

1t11_ !i!: BAHIASEEDARGENTINE work .and paintlnjr. William' : AGENCY 214NCR ADMIRAL color

Bradley 207 Alvanes st., tA,. (used) TV fiuth new picture filler-
Till ORIGINAL I 0Urke. asp VI tube. Dafamer's Discount ttcht Brown
CENTIPfOI GRASS SliD FOR REN'J'12' wide 9 fe1.

.. .. ..........: ." Ref. $1.10 87c lb. I room. trailer outside city
..;:. l ::'<(r':'. .'" ""'! REGENT limits. J. B. White 904-4114. d TYPEWRITERS
.' ,:t:' '. \.::;:'. : PENSCOLA I tfchtt WANTED LISTINGS s
'.J:":' :. ":;; ':;"! .. .' HOMES
On Rome and Aereaca. BuyvraWaltlnf. \
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Annuals And :.=::::=- Ret. 59c 47e lb. I 1971's12'x60' WANTED Ret.* -
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M 1Aw.VeB urtth trailer to live on property ) ) Broker 2117 N. Temple Are.
Pl'ants Tray :: ; CENTI SEED I B4rora : ouUltto Kcyston. Rent andwater Ph. Q6! -tB09 Btartra. Fla. \ *. Vied I..f1).

41c r.-: ;; ::=- "" 8 oz. Now $8.25 FurnhhtdVeteran's' $3,895 .l 'ee.&ma1t. wages to Sale Senrlce: 'WI MACHINES
I take care of town/ summer 'OR BALE!: New brick or .
Mock homes on land. No 1 Ml. North of The Men
4 oz. Now $4.25 Loans naafi. br. Ph. 473-4303. Itp your
I money' down Aa lour aa 963.M GAINESVILLEThe
We Deliver You Set
101b. 11.49 upOLIN'S per month. Boustof Act 23$.
FLA. PEAT 10 lb. COW I MOBILE Taking: applications: foi YoungAmerica Corp. (II Tlac- OFFICE SVPPUQ

s S lb. .89 Ida. M4-7469 or TTPKWRITXXa
aerlllz FHA-235 9645138.tttp
bu. 69c MANURE Rer. 99c 69c I HOME SALES H't'

r Starke. Fla) *-100 West New Brick 3 and 4 FIRST TIME OFFEREDOne Glass Shop ADDING MACHINES:

Bedroom Homes cf the nicer) homes in

can for Details Storks 3 B-R. Central Heat Glass
EUNICE NURSERY
Garden- I acid: Air. Carpet Many Ex1raa. -
T"ONTtt01 Nursery Ttema-to. pepper eg? plant) For
Bradford Count
I amv.als: blutttjrryornamental pants, Low Down Paymentand $19.950 Shown by- ApRofctaent TflAH }


I trees. 2 miles No. of I/raitey Payments Installed WItUe U-Wait Telegraph

4t4zint_ on 301, turn ac alga. 783-3465.: LONGCHAMP HOMES BILL POWELL: Custom Vinyl Auto Tops

1 tfchg BROKER
539 E. Cell St. AND PET SUPPLIES I Phase M4-48S3 M-M84 1017 V. Main GMDe PROI'fJ' : tN.IJOS
FOR 8ALB-3 Walker: A Jn. 1maI. Ml .mtk Stars 064.65104ddLg
Phon. 9445747. I .. I female. Oats Danny '
11f. 17'
W..... 783-3837.: lip S-. F

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