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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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request for guidelinesto
To SRDBradford R. W. Ingle, presidentof be used by chicken

Florida State TelephoneCo. growers to control fly

., announces that the breeding has been requested

County's five- company has filed an application of the State Board of

year road paving program with the Florida Health by State Sen. Bob

totaling 8.7 miles of pav- 11 Public Service Commissionfor Saunders.The .

ing was presented to the an adjustment in pres-
I ;lu '1a Gainesville senator met
State Road Department in nent local exchange tariffs
health officials *
and county
with state
a Road Board hearing in throughout its entire area. In the Bradford Health

Lake City Monday after Department here Wednesday

noon, March 3. Ingle said that some of the S.. Bob Saonders. of Galnewtlle' (Cm foreground), got morning then was taken on a

SRD officials confirmed, according factors contributing to a rate first. hand Information on Bradford County Fly problems during tour of several chicken farms

to Clerk Charles Darby adjustment were continued rising an Inspection tour Wednesday afternoon of several typical cage- Wednesday afternoon.

that the county will receive .,, costs of equipment and materials layer! operations In the Starke area. Accompanying the Senator Requesting regulations to spur'
... levels chicken farmers to
approximately $600,000 in .secondary .m..e increasing wage were from left): Leon W. Sheumaker, assistant director of offending
necessary to attract and retain clean up or to be closed down
road funds from the increas- the Division of Sanitation, and S. E. Shields, entomologist, Saunders
qualified employees, restaurant. Sen.
"It's state over not as the bad next aa five we years.first F. F. Rising FastThe ing taxes, and higher interest both with the State Board of Health: Dr. A. Y. Covinirton, like said a the. will supply all the help

thought." Darby said. rates required to obtain new director, and Jack Trawick, sanitarian with the Bradford he can regardless whose toes

None of the four road paving capital financing. County Health Department. get stepped on. The senator
.. he will introduce
said If necessary
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projects placed by the Commission floor, wall and roof of the new brown pebble finish. ExterioR of the controlling legislation this
list Feb. 19 Gerald L. Williams, managerof
will begin on a within priority the next year First Federal Savings and Loan Association building: will be brown and white. the local area, said that in By 63 Residents April but Indicated that It

when the county will receive building on West Madison St. The 2,300 square foot building; has a the last five years, residentialand would be much better If the situation

only $37,000 in secondary funds, across from Andrews Drugs went up drive-in window and a night depositoryplus Industrial development has can be controlled with-

the clerk said. Only thing set in just 2 1-2 days week before last. a greatly expanded parking area. been responsible for an in- out that.
that in this
in the 1969-70 budget year Is The pre-stressed concrete building The building should be ready for occu- crease of over 600 new customers Road Paving I particular"It seems county to me at least, the
construction of flashing signal In this area and that ac-,
but rain
could have been put up faster pancy around April 1, according to B. fly problem Is becoming epe-
lights at the New River railroad companying this growth, Is the
slowed down. F. Bud Mizell president. stated,
things ( ) of demlc. the senator
crossing: at a cost of 12000. demand for higher grades
Only paving project scheduledin About 50 per cent complete, the new Architectural firm is Don Morganand service requiring substantial likening the problems to a disease -

the near future is the Santa building will have outer panels of Associates of Orange Park. investments in new facilities that effects an entire POP-

Fe Lake Road. Darby said SRD -- and equipment, Shift AskedSeeking ulation. He said the solution
but called -
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may prove expensive
District Engineer J.D. Ward
reported Monday the contractto After Completing Training on a joint effort to solve
According to Williams, the the problem by county and
that road had been let to
Current year's construction and chicken ,
state health officials
Whltehurst Construction Co. of budget Includes expanding central a change in Brad-. ton-Stern settlement south to. growers.

Chlefland for 219000. Policemen office facilities and equipment ford's 5-year road paving priority SR16. The, fly problem Is present In
than the 8
That is $39,000 more sold City additions to outside program, 63 residents in the The petition stated that with Orange and.P&sco Counties and
state estimated. Darby plant, providing service to an EllingtonStern settlement off the change proposed 10 Urr. 3 some areas of 'Dade to the;,
already has accrued -
the county
but in secondary expected growth of over 175 additional SR-16 east of Starke submitteda as many people would be serv same degree it is present in
over $200,000 subscribers. in the area petition to the County Commission Bradford, Leon W. Sheumaker..
to be used
road funds on ed.Commission
and the continuation of the- Wednesday morning' Chairman Dave assistant director of the Division -
the program. By next July the he company's upgrading programs. Shuford pointed out, as the of Sanitation, SBH told
$57.000 will be available Receive RaiseEight The. petition, with the namesof Board has continually emphasized Sen. Saunders.
.said to finish! out the $219,000and Pay I
He added that many other related 33 families, was presentedto that the first road on the
to build the flashing signal projects are underwaythat the board by Mrs. Judy program just established last "Does the statewide problem

light are engineered and designed Ellington Hansen and Edwin week will not be paved for several run: In direct: proportion to the
It will be several years before to accomplish their goal of Smith. The road they want pave years. It could be five or number of chickens?" the senator
of the four roads Starke police officers! the packers, the Civil : Laura Baptist. asked.
any accompany men for the area surrounding continually providing improvedand ed runs from the six years before the Laura
placed on the priority list will will move up a step in the Defense Director said. Starke have been meeting each modernized telephone ser Church Road, fourth on the Church Road fourth on the list "No question about it," Sheu
be paved. For that reason the city's pay scale as a reward Williams said he wants to go :Monday night for the past three vice. Ha concluded that the county's priority list; to SR16. will be paved maker replied. The SBH official
Commission did not change for successfully completing200 over the plan with each council- weeks. He said organization company has been successful; Smith proposed that the road The Commission, however said: all health officials: have to
.their original plan to Includethe hours of police training on their man before presenting it to the of the department Is being delayed through preventative maintenance to the Laura Baptist Church agreed with the petitioners that use to prosecute offenders is a
change requested on the own time. entire body. The plans will because the county at programs and improved be built, but that instead of the request\ valid. statute on sanitary nuisances.
Laura Church. petition was Averaging about $5 per week, be subject to approval by the present has no authority to support methods of providing service. continuing through a two-mile "Next year we will reviewour That is not the same as having
submitted to the Board Monday the raises were granted at the Council and the Bradford County or sponsor a fire depart Ijolding costs of service to a stretch owned by a pulpwood program. In the meantime, routine inspections of chicken

morning asking that the road request of Police Chief Bobby Commission, he added. ment. But all five county commissioners minimum. The last general In., company, it be diverted Just; you can tell the people who farms by someone who would

through the Ellington-Stern settlement Biggs. The chief however Williams also reported In support the depart- (pease in rates was in 1958, ha past the church onto the road' .signed the petition that the be'responsible for that Job. he
be paved. (See article received no increase. answer to a Tucker question, Continued On Page Five) said which! runs through the Elllng- board agrees with them" Chair said.It.
on the County Commission in Set to graduate from the that the county volunteer fire- ( man Shuford told Smith.In was to Sheumaker that

this issue.) course Friday night, March 7, other action Wednesday. Saunders directed his requestfor

Only other paving work set are Chief Biggs, CapC Bill the Board awarded a contractto regulations. The health officials -

this year is the state's repaving Chambers. Lleut Pat Henry and Ring Power as low bidder, warned that fly controlIs
of SR-16 from Starke east to Patrolmen Billy Overstreet Bids SchoolsMiss a big problem and won't be
Save $ $ $ For (Continued On Page Five)
the. Clay County line That Job Joe Stivali, Jimmy Clark Fel- solved quickly
will probably be let in December ix Sapp, and Wlllfe Searcy. S. E. Shields, SBH entomo-
1969 Darby said the SaD The course, Biggs told the logist, told of the difficulty! In
reported Monday afternoon. No Council involved a "certain SetsCleanUp getting judges to prosecute persons -
ment and material to do the ageable work loads I can recall Lawley
estimate of costs were given. amount of sacrifice" and the Bradford County School System 143 items were purchased at a Job." when first grades bad 38 who dump dead chickens

The SRD will supply the officers "materially Improved has saved approximately cost of $113,876; $151,773 had "Teachers now have man. (Continued On Page Five) on roads In ditches, and la
county with a. "stake out" of themselves and Increased their $50.500 during the year "as a been budgeted. NoUn said the -- creeks. "You have to catch
new rlght-of way lines so farmers skills of police* prpcedurers, result of bidding and bargain budget was figured on the DriveA them In the act and take pictures : ;

can erect fences any time practices, and knowledge." ing" Assistant Superintendent school list price but that! bids before the judge will uphold '

this year at their convenience. "The men have worked hard" P. T. NoUn told the School ranged from 66 per cent to 10;; the charge," Shields said.
Remainder of the county future commented Chairman Orle Board Tuesday morning. per cent lower, saving $37,943. general property clean-up Sen. Saunders urged TraWick
priority program is: Wiggins. Council P.T. Nolan In a low key, mostly routinemeeting Noun explained that it is difficult : : .. and Improvement drive will be to pursue enforcement proced- i i,|

No. 2The Pleasant Grove pointed out they actually put the board heard reports to get bids for janitorial -I -k held in Lawtey from March 13 urea available now even that he

road. 1.3 miles long, northwest.! In 215 hours because additional from NoUn and from Assistant supplies because it is almost rI through.: April 15, with a $50 might have difficulty la get- \1\
Clf Starke running between SR- Red Cross training was in- Superintendent Connie impossible to write up specifications \ 4: cash pri/e for the property owner ting; a conviction.
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.h. who makes the greatest im-
cluded. Clark.In However Noun and the
16 and the Brownlee Road.
No. 3 is the Peach Crawford The Council unanimously the area of classroom] supplies Janitors got together and chose! I provement In the appearanceof The senator listened almost
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Road 3.8 miles long, which passed the raise which will material and equipment. the best products by name ) .'..:J his property during that per two hours while the three SHR'off.cials. I
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runs from SR-16 at Heilbronn cost the city $1.040 for the brands and then NoUn bargained iod.Plans County Sanitarian
Springs and exits on SR-22S remainder of the budget year. with the salesmen. The j4 for the campaign were Jack Trawick: Dr. A. Y. Cov-
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past the. old Jake Shuford place. Part of the amount is not budgeted Board had budgeted $5.533 after ; ', launched at Monday night's ington county health director,
Clerk Merrill Ed- meeting of the Lawtey City and County Agent George Hug-
City
No. 4 The Laura Church Cathy WhiteheadTo bargaining only: $3,478 was / 'i!
Road 2.6 miles long,, which wards pointed out. The money spent, meaning a saving of Council, and Mayor Charles R. trios: explained the scope of the
will either be transferred from 13,057. -- Shuford issued a. proclamation chicken Industry in Bradford
runs from U8-301 at theV' Fara --
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a contingency fund or the police 'b- asking all residents to cooper- County and the problems Involved -
Market east to the LauraBaptist. department salary budget Open FairMiss AS an example. Noun said I ; ate in the improvement effort. in stopping the breeding of
Church and then to SR-
scrub pads cost $19.70 a .box. will
will be In the red. A panel of three judges
19 just east of Barley's Garage Shawon Strickland flies.Real
After the bargaining Bradford
Inspect property on :March 15 problem the county
No. 5-The extension of Besaent In addition to those raises Miss Baker
County Schools paid only $12.80 County
and again on April 15 for the faces in fly control is the manure
he Whitehead daugb-
Road, east of Starke from Patroman Joe Sdvall since Cathy a box.
where the paving ends about has now completed the 200 hours ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. purpose of determining those from chicken farms, Traw-
For maintenance. NoUn saidthey
one mile to SR230. A leg will of training required by state Whitehead of Starke and 'cur' "liked to purchase locallyas First Entry For Berry QueenContestants with greatest prizes improvement.of $30 for sec-Additional ick said.biggest Caged problem layers because presentthe \

also leave Bessent Road amigo law, was hired as a permanent rent Miss North Florida Strawberry much .
as possible as long as third.
for
ond place and $20 they drop manure on the
to the Pinebreeze Subdivis policeman. His regular Queen, will officially! open it doesn't cost the schools anything : Sharon Strickland, 17- for the pageant awarded.
place will be ground in piles beneath their
ion.Secondary salary automatically went up the 1969 North. Florida Spring- extra." He figured the Jear- road monies projected from $87 to $92 per week. time Festival and Bradford schools saved 10 to 15 per cent is the first entry: in the 1969 been married end be not younger chairman of the Council's sani- much as 187 pounds of excrement -
to accrue to the county County Fair. through bargaining. North Florida Strawberry than 17 nor over 23 years
New polcemen are requiredby tation committee, said that in 10 months be Bald,
from the fifth, sixth seventh state law to take the train- Frank Williams, president of Reporting to the Board on Queen Beauty Pageant, accord- of age. Contestants must also anyone wishing to make a contribution and when multiplied by the one
cent gas tax is: 196 -70, $57,000; ing but every city officer under- the Bradford Cow. y Fair Association Ills work. Clark said "Bradford Ing to Mrs. Betty Warren, chair. reside within a 2&mlle: radius of money for the prizes million caged layers In the

1970-71. $94,000; 1971-72. 105. went it, required or not except will officiate with County has the best school,.. man.: of Bradford County (Applicants may contact Clerk Ethel county it amounts to a tot of
000 1972-73 $220,000; 1973-74. Patrolman Clarence Hut. Miss Whitehead at the opening tem going this year of any Besides her current title. for the! contest may contact; Reddish at the City Hall Marshall manure.
212000. The big jump between cheson who did not take the ceremonies of 19th annual Fairat within recent years. I would :Miss Strickland baa participated Mrs Warren, P. 0. Box 526. M. M. Jordan, or Councilman -
71.72 and 72-73 is because some course because of health reasons 10 ..m. Wednesday, March like to compliment the superintendent in the Chlefland Watermelon Starke, Fin.Contestants. Olin.During "We have more manure In
to finance the right-of-way purchase In other action, the Council Saturday.. March 22. and the .school board. Miss Florida Crown beauty will be judged on placed on the street curbing what to do with. That 1.* the

for US-301 north andaouth discussed the disaster plan being Mtas Whitehead\ as runnerupIn pageant. Her sponsor is Rayaor natural beauty and talent. Judging will be hauled! off by the city: : if truth!I" the sanitarian said.
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will be retired according worked Civil Defense "The teachers are doing a of Biggest problem la stopping the
up by the 1968 Beauty Pageant Pharmacy of Maccleony. will be in the areas the owner will help the truck
to Clerk Darby. Director Frank Williams. wonderful job. and I want Wetress breeding of flies in manure Is
became the Strawberry Queen The Starke Woman's Club is talent appearance In bathing) driver load it.
In answer to questions by Cou- following Use resignation of the the word wonderful. We sponsor of the 1960 North FtorJ- suit aDd appearance ta formalwear At its meeting iMpnday the. that sometimes manure Is
ncilman Neil Tucker Williams Conner Mias Jo Ann Scott who do have some rough edges. Primarily da Strawberry Queen Beauty: Contestants must be willIng Council -also voted to obtain dumped in the woods where nobody
NEW MANAGER said he Is not finished with the : I see my job as honing knows where it to until
won the 1968 title. Pageant held each year as a to participate in each area bids for having a well drilled.
AT HOLIDAY INNE. plan but has done "quite a bit" His. Whitehead is a sophomore down the rough edges. For example special event of ttte; Bradford of the contest and must furnish in front of the City Hall for use nearby residents begin complakncll I
P. Burke Is the new manager I spent two weeks workIng -
of work on It. of flies or the odor.It .
.t Santa Fe Junior Cot- County Fair.Serving any special musical: accompaniment of the fire department and the
at Holiday Inn of Starke with one teacher. My primary -
assuming his duties here last Eventually Williams said, a ]ff.. She bas represented the job is to Insure the fact again as advisor to necessary.: general public in time of emer takes. only 10 days from
week. Mr. Burke has had packet for each family in the strawberry growers of North that we have Uw 100 per cent the contestant and director of Miss Pish used a recitation of gency. Councilman Olin said itt fly egg through an adult cycleto
more than 35 years experienceIn county will be developed telling Florid in the Miss Florida efficiency" the pageant will be Mrs. VedaDopeon. "Brer Rabbit" as her "talent"to aim planned to 1 Install a another egg Trawick said.
the hotel and motel business them what to do, where to go, Crown Beaifty Queen Pageantand the former Veda. Flail win the Berry Queen title in water fountain and a small When conditions are right the
and comes here from and how to do it In case of the Miss Sun Flower Pageant dark also. commented: fwho won the Strawberry Queen 1966. Other previous winners rustic type building In the area time can be even shorter.

- Inn at Cedar Rapids. nuclear disaster. Separate plans just recently beld at the With the ED3 program, the. title In 1966. Sfoe entered as have been baton twirlers piano In front of City Hall for use asa
holiday far natural disaster Will Florida State Fair in Tampa. teachers now have the eqnip- :M'-ts Baker County. players) and danoere. park and picnic area. (Continued On Page :(Five)

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6f7tTo.? Terwillegar Home Woman's Club

Scene Of Brunch To Have ProgramOn MOORE BOA

For Visitors Home Service

IOMEN
i Mr and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar. > i if Mrs. Joyce Rlherd of the For Your MoneyIILUtffllli
IU'J' "
: \ Jr. entertained with Health
f IJ Bradford County Department -
; 1 .' .. ft brunch at their Jiome. 1525 :II:. ) 9 will present a programon
'ill C---'M-. vt Phone 964.7603' P' Call Street. Sunday at 12:30 "Home Service In Bradford
p.m. honoring Mr. and Mrs. j IBirthday County" at the Starke Woman's
Miss Brenda LewisIs Junior Women William Bush Jr. of Sanford Club on Wednesday March 12,
and Col. and Mrs. John Franklin at .,:'"u p.m. Mrs. J, 1':'. uor-
ComplimentedAt Plan ActivitiesFor Bolt of Gainesville formerty ko Is program chairman.FirthBeattie .
Morning Party of Sanford. New West Wind "007" Walk-thru Bow Rider
Spring SeasonMiss White roses, gladioli and pink with lounge seats, top, bow rail, mechanical

Miss. Brenda Lewis bride- Delia Rosenberg president and white camellias were used Engagement ToldMiss steering with Evinrude 55 II.P. Selectramatic,
In decorating the borne. The
elect of March 22. was enter box
of tie Starke Woman1 two tanks battery, battery
serving tables covered
tained at a Coca-Cola party dub spoke to the Junior Wo- were : Diane Firth daughterof
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With pink linen cloths and centered
Saturday morning by Mrs. lib man's Club on parliamentary :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth. Reg. $2,290 Special $1,985 :
with three-branch candelabra
Charles Darby Mrs. Carl Roberts
procedure at their meeting and Anthony Beattie. eon of
and Mrs. H. M. HatcherJr. holding pink tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Seattle
at the home of the latter on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. William W.
Dinner Sr. of Jacksonville will be united :>> .
East Call Street. lr Mrs C. K. Fuquay, president Hood assisted the boat and boa- Refinished 14' Lone Star with 40 11.1 Electric

The refreshment table was conducted the meeting. TM Cess In serving. For Mr. MorelandAt March in 28 marriage, at 7 pjn.on in the Friday Con- Start Johnson.
covered with a white cutwork speaker was introduced: by Mr. Guests were seated at tables
gregational Church la Jacksonville
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cloth and centered with an arrangement i Harry Gruen. education chair* which were placed around the Andrews Home ONLY $595JIMMYMOORE'S :
of spring flowers r man. swimming pool. The tables ,
Mrs. V. D. Sllcox served the A rummage aatowill tw held; were covered with linen cloths Mr. and Mrs. Reddish R. An-
Coca-<:olas. Assisting in serving Saturday March 8. from 3 to in matching colors and each drews gave a covered dish din- '5t.. Mark's WomenThe
were. Miss L. F. Dinklns Mt'.. 5 p.madjacent to the City centered with a spring flower ner Sunday at their home on
Charles Hardy. Mrs. Randy rich and Meat Market. arrangement. Edwards Road honoring J. O. Women ei St. Mark'sEpiscopal

Johns Mrs. S. G. Denmark,, Friday. AprB .18, has been se| Approximately 30 guests err Moreland of Jacksonville : Churchwill meet at
Mrs. Gene Shaw. Mrs. John as the date for a spaghetti trap dyed the occasion: : brother-in-law of Mr.Andrews 7:30: p.m. Monday at the home SUN SPORTS
on Mr. Moreland's 80's birth- of Mrs. Edward Burns, 806 W.
Arthur Reddish and Misses per. The spring banquet wll>{j
Gayle Hatcher and Carol Har DarbyAkridgeWedding be held May 17, StricklandSmithEngagement day Arrangements anniversary. of tulips and Madison ,St. Starke Fla. Phone 964-5791)
First Aid Week March 50.1. .
dy. $
Date SetMr. camellias were used In the
The hostesses presented the) has been proclaimed by the ToldMr. home for the occasion. Dinnerwas
:honoree with a piece of .her city and county. Prior to this served on the lawn wherea
and Mrs. Charles A. Darby
chosen china as a memento of week a film will be shown in a&d Mrs. Raleigh: >XT. three-tiered birthday cake ail ..1IoutJ PINEHURSTWASHETERiA
of Starke announce the engagement
Strickland of Starke
the occasion. and approaching the schools in Bradford County.A : allDOQDC.8die decorated with yellow and green
Approximately] 60 guests call engagement and approaching centered the buffet table. coin
marriage of their daughter roses 1
ed between the hours of ten and program on first aid will marriage of their daughter.Genie Sixty-eight friends and rela- W
Nancy Lee. to Emmett Broward be field March 17 at 8 in
twelve p.m. to Morgan Lee Smltto III. OPERATED
o'clock. tives enjoyed the affair ACROSS FROM
AkrIdge son of Mr. and Mrs.
the club house. All club mem
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eon of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. SCHOOL
Broward E. Akrldge of Starke. bera are asked to be present at Smith Jr. of Newbemr.Mies SOUTHSIDE
Beta Sigma Phi The wedding will take place 7 P.m. (prior to the public Strickland Is a 1987 graduate GriffisClarkEngagement BVNANCY'S
Plans Model MeetBeta Friday evening April 4, at 7:30 meeting, ) to learn bow to operate of Bradford High: School ToldMr. FLOWERS 1k CLOTHES AND
o'clock In the First Baptist the reausitator In orderto isnd Is now employed at the .
Church of in the
Starke. pre.pence THE CROCUS"I
Sigma PM sorority will of the families of the help with a demonstration at University of Florida. and Mrs. Woodrow D. haven't seen a crocus or a LAUNDRY LOOK
hold a "Model Meeting" (Mon bride and groom. the county:. fair by the Civil Defense. Mr. Smith is a 1965 graduate GrtHts of Starke announced the rose bud but I know it mustbe
day March 10. at 8 p.m. at (Miss Darby Is a graduate of of Newbeny High School and la engagement of their daughter spring." The:3 are the words d GREAT AND SO DOn
the home of Mrs. Philip Clark Bradford High School arid is Mrs. Fuqua will appear on now' a Junior at tile Universityof Eleanor Marie to (Robert War- i to a very pop-
111 Ponce de Leon Avenue. Key. employed at the Bradford County Channel 12's Today Show Thurs Florida. finer Clarke son of Mrs. Randolph ular and beauti- SAVING AND YOUR
stone Club Estates Hospital. Mr. Akrldge! a day. March: 13. at 10 ....m. to The! wedding will take place M. Clarke and the late I nil eonsr. The cro- ) )
Mrs Tommy Tyer Jr. will graduate of Bradford High discuss First Aid Week. March 23 at 3 pjn. In the ;First Mr. Clarke of O lncsvlHe.The Icus is the first TIME RELAX
serve as co-hostess. Rushccs School Is now attending Santa Baptist Church. .
Refreshments were served by bride-elect is a 1967-!.grad (little flower to \
are invited to attend. .Pe: Junior College In Galnes !Mrs. Fuqua and Mrs. Charles All friends and .relatives are Date of Bradford (High School ,. I peep up throughthe
inVited WHILE THE MA-
ville. Hutchison. to attend. and Is attending Santa Fe Junior I cold ground

1f 1f1 1ffif jjff1jjf1j1f1jfjiij1ffijfiffififfififi! jiffiiii! jfi:[ : ::!SHSSSSSii:5SS:; "!":|:"!:=n.!:=!:.::.=!:.:=!::f::!=f=:.:=1.:.=;..:.;.=.i.=.ii:.....=-WWW.:..:.=..:...::.:=.i..=.i.::.:.=.:.=:=:::=::..:.=.:.=::.:,:.:":.:":.:;:.::;O:;:.:;;.:>;:;;.:::.::;.x.::: ::.:::.:>:::>:;:;:::;:'?:: :;_ Lionel Edwards Mr.College Clarke graduated from P. r I are In spring.hearty.. They easy CHINE DOES THE

1 X. Yonge high school in .1962 to grow and f
m I'x:1 Has Birthday PartyMrs. and Is a ,graduate of Santa Fe come in a rainbow of colors. WORK
Junior College This tiny member of the lilY
I
STARLING Tommy Edwards gave a Wedding ,plans will be annotm- family Is talked about many : ALL NEW MACHINES
m (I birthday party Tuesday afternoon ced later.Little times In Greek mythology
8Si for her son, Lionel on his Did ysu know that this little : PLENTY OF PARKING FACILITIES
il FARM SUPPLY seventh anniversary.The plant rroduces a substance call I
party was held In the WomenTo ed Saffron which was used as a
m Carport which was decorated stimulant in medicines-also it
OPEN
24
HOURS
Meet MondayThe A DAY
1 n1 EDDIE STARLING with party balloons. A red and was used as a cake and candy
OWNER 1 n white color scheme was used coloring. AU:,. DAY SUNDAY
Little Women's Club will
1$ Centering the refreshmenttable Any time of the year, our shop
We Are Now was a sheet cake have a program on eocfcal etlQuetto features the finest selections of
In Our Y Yr resembling W.
1 presented by Mrs. J.
knowno PINEHURST
WASHETERIA
m a football field with flowers they really
1 Xlncald at theirmeeting Monday need
football players. season. Whenever you
m March .10, at 7:30: p.m. at
%$ Games with prizes were en.toyed the club house. flowers, of any kind call us. MR. AND MRS. MERRILL JDEES, OWNERS j
r : NEW HOME by the 23 youngsters and
: I favors were horns: and whistles. Members are reminded to
Assisting In serving and car. bring two canned goods.for the
\ Ing for the guests were Mrs. Caster basket.
m&: 225.... .. ."W.' Andrews St. Rear of Tastee-Freoz on 301 1It' Mildred !Tetstone' Mrs.. Adel ,
\ Padgett. :Mrs. Billy Klondes .Hostesses will be Jan X 1 ltcb iI
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{* Yotf Are Invited to Visit Our New Headquarters and Mrs 'Maxte Tanner ,Also] and June Hardy.SMILE; I
:f!@: present were Lionel's grand-

I parents Mrs. Carrie Edwards v.,.
: I ner.>and :Mr. and Mrs MaxJe: TWo u .4 o ,w,


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FUN FOR ALL !l S_tt_1, :
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mercer hosrmv D vS
With 1 i of Gainesville announce the t.. 1 :-
birth of a daughter, Mary Mar
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I E. Plummer of Starke

1 I Bradford County-Hospital announces .

If You Are the following births:
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1 Farmer -- You Name if __ f Mr. and Mrs. Glen Arthur

:::::: Moore. Starke. a daughter
We Got it! :fy Tonda Ann, Feb. 26.Mr. .
.J. ( and Mrs. Winston WayneParrish Y'

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Check our Second Floor For Used and As Is Furniture and Starke.138 W.Florida Call Street 32C91 Savings and Loan

Second class postage paidat
Appliances -- Savings As High as 50% Statue Florida.
ASSOCIATION
OF STARKE
l Sabserlpttoa Rates:
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FUtNITUIE-FLOOl (OVEIIN6 1 IOWE fr1FRMS year: |2.75 six. months.
APPLIANCES'HOME ENTEKTAINMEN1 Outside trade area:. $3.50 The House of Savingslla
128 S. WALNUT ST. BILL WILSON. OWNER 'PHONE .964-5289 par year; $3.00 six months

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Mrs. Maude Billings of
Palatka visited Mrs. J. H. Du :(
LA Pre last week while Mr Du- -::.=:
:
Pre attended the funeral of his :::::.
brother-in-law In Hayesvllle. "

N. SAY, A LITTLE.SPIEV :1: KNOW THE. BEST
C.Mr. : ME. WAS -30 E.XCITE.TJ ME. FORGOY
k
( ISSHOWING TONICN/ THETAKE. WORLD
and Mrs. E. D. Tenly to pAY on. NIS KAIRCU1
AR.IP --
1"0j __
Mrs. J. W. Hitch. Mrs. M. A. ; ___
:Foster had
Shi Smith under. as vistors Mr and Mrs.
Mrs. M. A. Is
Baldwin Jr., Mrs. Titus Olson[ Payne attending -
"went surgery last Thursday In the winter conference of Alton Bond and son of Live j BALDWUI
Alachua General Hospital.J. and Mrs. O. W. White Jr. attended the Coordinators of the Oak and Miss Virginia Ray-
Exceptional -
R HIxon is a patient lathe the Northeast District Child Education Program sor and Mrs. Luther B. Kirk / e CMI CHEVROLET-OLDS / / C
;
:meeting of Hospital Auxiliary ; E II =
Gainesville VA HO pltal. Orlando from of St. Petersburg recently rr ADVIE -
Four planes from the Starl at the Gainesville Medical Center Tuesday to Fri- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jacksonand / C r' THEY. TAK'6.rHE.. -=::;;Cr
Keystone Heights Aero Club on Wednesday. day.Mrs.. Charles Parson of Glen Mrs. Nancy Gunter were :;:# / WORRY OUT/ / __ ., t..
took part In "fly-In" Sunday Mrs. X. M. Smith visited her Falls N.Y. will be the guest last Wednesday night dinner ij ,. v:
co Clearwater where the group mother, Mrs. Jerry Bolden in of her brother and slsterinlaw guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don C'"'\ I')
had dinner at the Kapok Tree the North Shore Hospital In Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. 1 I Ray Tllley In Jacksonville on ::: (1:1 S -=-
Inn. Those in the .Miami from Friday to Monday. Mrs. Tllley's 11.-, ) r
group were -
Terwillegar Jr. on Monday and birthday. "\1j \ _
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth Dr. Mrs. M. L. Proctor and Mrs. Tuesday. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. )), =
and Mrs D. W. WhUfen. NoUn Kenneth Proctor are: In Gainesville Floyd Boone of Jackson Tenn., 'I'
Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl today visiting Mrs. M. Visit Starke's new nursery, la former Starke residents, will :
Hagglund. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Proctor's mother Mrs. front of Food Fair. Special regret to hear that their 19-
Smith Jim Casey and daugh- Mary Linderman. prices on all nursery stock. year-old daughter, Joyce, and ,
ter Robert Lappe and Mary Mr. and, Mrs Raymond Ste. her boy friend were killed In j
fanelli and family of Ocala Mrs. N.K. Hurst returned to
Lappe. an automobile accident on Feb.
were Sunday visitors of Mr. her home In Indianapolis, Ind. 9. Joyce was granddaughter ONLY

Visit Starke's new nursery, la and Mrs. Henry Stefanelll. Monday after several weeks of the late Mr. and Mrs. O. I -
visit with her mother, Mrs.W. .
Mrs. Elizabeth Middleton and
front of Food Fair. Special W. White Sr. of Starke. i4'WEEK
prices on all nursery stock. daughter Miss. Kay Middletonof .Mrs.S. Slade Marie McDavid of Gainesville The YWA girls of the Madison :,.
Mclntosh. Ga.
were Saturday was visiting her mother Street Baptist Church attended buY in the Bold
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby' visitors of Mrs. W. E. Middle. thA YWA State Conference at z New r
Saturday.Mr. City
Mrs. T. D. Dyal on
visited Mr. and Mrs. Mickey' ton, and Mrs. Fred Lecks of Lake Yale,near Leesburg, Feb.
Mrs. Eva mitten of St. Augustine 21-23, Those i
Dansby In Gainesville on Sun.* East Palatka were Sunday afternoon attending from
day. was a weekend guest of visitors of Mr. and Mrs. here were Nancy Gay, Sally And your old car in trade-or- I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Lawson, Smith fi
Mrs. Billy Dealing and son Herbert Thomas. Kay Mary Sue
Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Schacht of Thomas, Debbie jE1LIXEIt
o( Jacksonville were Sundayvisitors Mrs. E. D. Tenly is a pat- Martin Janie
;! of Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Racine, Win were last Thurs ient in Alachua General Hos Griffis, Judy Whitehead and $ IS
Greens. day overnight guests of Mrs.C. pital. their leader, Mrs. Marie Sie- {
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock J. McGrllf Sr. Mrs. J. W, Kincaid was visit- mer. They also were accompanied
attended a birthday dinner Sunday -.. Mrs. Edna Hart visited her ing Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe by Mrs. Betty Register.Visit III -
at the. home of Mrs. C. C.. son-in-law and daughter Mr. in Tampa last week. DOWN
Teuton in kingsland.:; Ga. They: and Mrs. R. O. Crawford In Siarke's new nursery In
Philip Johns, ten old
year
alpo attended a program at the Jacksonville Saturday over son of Mr and Mrs. Jerome front of Food Fair. Special gf
Mandarin Baptist' Church that night. Johns >prices> on all nursery stock. :.::.: 4 :
who was visiting friends ...... II
night honoring Mr. Haddock's Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes in Jacksonville over the week- Mrs. Fred Graudon and son
sister! Mrs. II. C. Sorensen. attended a birthday dinner for end, fell out of a tree Sunday visited her parents, Mr. and :
Mrs. P. T Noun and Mrs. R. N. G. Hayes in Brooker Sunday and broke his leg and arm. Mrs. S. A. Wentling, at Sun
O. Dansby visited Mrs. Adolph evening. He will be In traction in St. Ray recently. ..tiis i
Cay in Alaohua General Hospital Visit Starke's new nursery, In Luke's Hospital for five or six Mr. and Mrs. George Prescott -
on Saturday. front of Food Fair. Special weeks. Jr. and daughter of Jack
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hemleben prices on all stock. Mr. and Mrs.RobertE.Thor sonville and Mrs. Prescott's q
of Ocala were Sunday guests of nursery nton of Miami, their son, Bob, mother Mrs. Karl Huftle of 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen a senior of U. of F., and Miss Frankfurt Germany visited Mr.
Kathy GUlingham of Jackson of Ocala were visiting Mr. and Gerri Mooty of Gainesville were and Mrs. Prescott Sr. recently "
vide was visiting her grandpar Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mr and Saturday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Huftle is visiting ;r i
into. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. V. V. Hazen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. her daughter and family for six I 2O99AFTER
I from Wednesday to Saturday. :Mrs. May King of Carthage, Gene Wiggins, who is intern- weeks. .
Miss Jean Mundy of Columbia N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ing at Diston Junior High School Mrs. Gladys Feamster of
University, New York City, was Franklin of Newton, N. C. have In St. Petersburg, was home Tallahassee was visiting Mr.
i
visiting her mother. Mrs. W. B. for the weekend. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink and $399 DOWN
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. ONLY
MundY from Wednesday to R. Ferguson the past two Dr and Mrs. II. 11. Adamsand family last week. They cele- IOU R ,
Saturday.Mr. weeks. sons, John and Bill, attended brated the birthday of Mrs. cas ,
and Mrs. L. W. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick the funeral of Dr. Adams' Sally Whitehead on Feb. 20. 0
Jr. and family of Ocala were land weekend at stepfather, W. F. Herlong, In Miss Anne Savage of Rich-
Sunday visitors of (Mrs. Edna spent the Saluda, S. C. on Saturday. mond Hills, N.Y.': a hostess for "
Stone Mountain Ga.
Hart and .Mrs. Edith Cbristtan Mr. and Mrs. James Cash Eastern Air Lines, was visitingher PLUS 45
Mjr. and IMrs. V. J. Spenglerwill
and daughter of Orlando I
un.I were parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I
attend the National Guard
weekend visitors W BOLD OLD
of Mrs. Cash's Savage, last weekend..
I Visit Starke's new nursery, In Convention In Orlando this parents, Sen. and Mrs. Charley :
front of Food Fair. weekend. Johns. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Godwin SJ
I prices on all nursery stock Special Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ritch of and daughter, Cheryl, of Avon 1 :$ TYPE FROM
Gastonia, N. C, were guests last Park were visiting Mrs. Eve
Visit Starke's new nursery, In Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold THE a
BOLD I.
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bate* week of Mr. and :Mrs. J. W,
front of Food Fair. Special Godwin and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mr and Mrs. Robbie Sl>ftf- Ritch. prices all stock.
on Robbie
Mr and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand nursery Shaller last weekend. >: NEW
ler attended the Harlem Globe CITY
Mr and Mrs. Robert Barks- << ;S a'..
Betsy, and Mrs. -
daughter
Trotters basketball game at the Mrs. Earl Johnson of St. dale visited Mr. and Mrs. J. r
John Miller and children spent : [ i
Coliseum Saturday night. Mary's Ga. was last weeks W. Horne Jr. at Gulf Breeze
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Sunday at Rainbow Springs guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. last Wednesday and i

Dawklns and daughter Paula, Mrs. Marc Jackson and Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. Wil- of last week. Thursday 1 \

of Jacksonville were visiting daughter, Melissa, spent the son. ON 0
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmaa :fir[ and Mrs. Leo Wood- ,r
first of the Curd
week with her of
par Thanks
burn of East Peoria, Ill,
on Sunday. are
ents. Mr. and Mr*. H. E. i
Mrs. A. C. Yongue of ReddlckIs Smith, In' Willlston.Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Our heart felt thanks and ap- ANY 0 ,
spending two weeks with Mabel Srogna of Char. Woodburn. preciation to all who extended
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell while Mr Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gregg help, sympathy and flowers
leston, .
S. C. is visiting Mrs.Shelll.e
Caldwell is in the Gainesville of Belleville, :Mich and Miss after the loss of our dear f
VA Hospital. Gene and family inksweek. Diane Firth and Tony Beattie mother. May God bless each j NEW

!Mrs. William Kaiser of Orlando of Jacksonville were recent and every one of you.
was Saturday overnight Mr. and !Mrs. John Andersonof guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. The family Daphlne Griffis. 1m J
Cocoa visited Mrs. Myrtle
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson over the weekend.Mr. Firth.

Richardson.Mrs. and Mrs. Brad Locke
Jackson of Bacon. q
J. W.
and family of Tampa spent
ton; Ga. and Mrs. D. C. :Forehand Thursday to Sunday with Mrs Nr
of Albany. Ga. were weekend Saeilie Gerle. r >f
guests of Col. and Mrs. T.
T. Long. :Miss :Martha Bollinger, HIGHEST TRADES IN TOWN 'rs'
daughter of Dr and :Mrs II.
Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. and G. Bellinger, has been namedon .
1
sons of Lake City were visiting the Dean's List :Number: i 11 WE NEED 00 USED CARSTake
Mr. and Mrs. McRae Sr. on One at William Carey Collegein
Sunday.Mr. HatUesburg, :Miss! This hon- sa. M
those who main- ::::
and Mrs. Frederick Dan. or goes only to .
tain 3.5 to 4.0 dur- ...
an average
lei of Mayo and Reidsville S,
ing the term in subject.Martha's #>
every /
l C. were weekend guests of Mr + :C r
i and Mrs. David Montgomery? average for the fall w I v..
t semester was 4.0. Great New tic




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11 BHS Students Compete In k 1t ji f. i ijji j 1


Eleven students from Brad- ;I Region Science Fair rr-1

ford High School are representing 1!!!
their school today and tomorrow .
--- Shades of the Old West UOOEII
(Thursday and Friday) VISUAL I EFFECTS ON !TNE/ -
at the Regional Science Fair cattle rustlers are riding: a- _
in Lake Butler. .. Only this time they ; L

The students and their exhibits SKIN' OF THE CRVIfl/ RPE Rfir came.not on hones but latruck. a \.p w

were selected from the 1\ em art Insurxi
127 entered In the local science RECEIVING TETRACYCLINE Sometime between noon
'
fair held last week. 1. Feb. 26 and 10 a.m. Feb 27 A I with us than will
WITH RND WITHOUT the rustler made off with ...(, ....i, any othucompanp.
At Lake Butler are Mike two black cows owned bjr AlIen Find out why '
White, best over-all project; SUNLIGHT. ; L. Green of Brooker. $100 Winners
Eugene Mock, first runner-up; The
rustlers found the
Richard Kirkland Bill second run- cows, one heavy with calf Merwtn Jackson and wife Wanda, accept a $100 cheek from lOW'I
ner-up Myrick, third
fat a pen oa Green's property, Abble Napier of
runner-up; and Doyle C.Crews, manager the Sunoco Service Station after becoming
backed the truck up to. the an Instant
Pam Inklebarger, Stella Cost- cash winner In Smnoco Golden Dividend'Cue-
ello, loading chute cut the heavy test. Station attendant I
Danny Luke, Jimmy An- z Eugene Carter looks on.IVfrs. ,
chain on the gate to the
drews, Steve .
Johns and Seleta Mee
Hall. .H f Eocene Mock looks over his chute and to loaded Deputy the Ken Cffwsaccording Fuqua Jackson Mid she told her husband that particular dlv I

Their projects were judgedon -N : L I neology exhibit, "The Growlnrof Investigating officer. dead ticket would be a $100 winner. Thea she rubbed the gold.
a point basis for creati- rii Life" which was first run- ea star away and saw 9100 written beneath it. Her husband
vity, scientific thought, clarity, 1: er-ap for best overall projectat Since both cows are vastly wouldn't believe her Mrs. Jackson said
.. identifiable, one has tag InUs
thoroughness and dramatic value ,;:Q the local science fair held i
:: "' L--. : ear and the other has
by the science .
teachers at
; last week. Mock Is a Junior at
BHS and Walker Stewart. ass- i hair scrapped off both aides
istant principal. :.LrE2 sea of Its neck. Deputy Fuqua DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Horn MERRITT
;; said the rustlers probably
Selecting the over-all winner
and the three runners-up was DeVoe DecoratedFor would not try to sell them STARKE PHO.NB 964-9200 WILLIAMS
{ ",, h.o; Be has however contacted
1'If 1Jt.,
Dr. Luther Arnold of the Un- .
iversity of Florida. He Inter- .aJ'}, '\\..,"'.. .y.,"t 1 I Vietnam ActionSp. cattle markets. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHCOTE 475.3146Rental 117 N. Walnut Street:
"
viewed each bfue ribbon win- k'jf"''"'''!ff.,,.. ,'e, .,, 4 Denton (DeVoe. 229th Investigation of the cue f. PHONE 964-5391
them for .. d
pointers
ner giving ,.
1..ct! ':.- >> Aviation being continued. STATS
,. .- f Battalion U. S. Air Services
Improving their -
projects and PARMJ
preparing them for the "' Force. was awarded the Bronze .... _... ... ( !,)
judges'interviews .. .
Onlus 111iiiiiiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiii -
HOSPITAL
Star BEDS
Purple Heart and WHEEL
at the regional fair. .:. .f>..."IiJ'; the Air House CHAIKP
The local fair was held under I .,', I Medal for Ills. conduct in action Can'tBe
:..r:' !:,. I ...; :;TtthtJ&JpL: In Vietnam. CRUTCHES iii 1
the direction of Mrs. Pan Dick- : i i iiijii W giIt's
; ;; 'DeVoe, son of Mr. and (Mrs. Occupied
erson and was termed the most 1 : ,
successful in its history. ; Jt:1' Smith DeVoe of Starke received
..
Article for the Telegraphwas ._ "J shell wounds! in the leg Court Rules
submitted by Doyle D. Crews, last Nov. 11 when Ibis helicopterwas
Science Club Historian. Mike White, ninth grade student at BUS, shows his science shot down near Saigon. '"
lair project which Following a ..three-hour hearing A Family Affair
won a superior rating hi the health and DeVoe was the rear door gun
medicine division in Green Cove Springs last
and
was chosen the best over-all ner.
project of
HOUSEHOLDPUTS the 127 entered la the Four of the 15 member Friday morning. Circuit Judge
fair. Title crew
of his project was Visual Weingart ruled that the building Our Restaurant is tops for Dining, especially
Effect on the Skin of the survived the crash and attack.
Cavla Aperea Receiving Tetracylln moved by Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
for
the whole family. Mom welcomes a rest
With DeVoe crawled to safety after
and Without BaDl......" t
Flynn onto their property at
V D.hse.Usijia. 'toeing wounded. from the kitchen, and it's nice to have a
Y U_.... DeVoe was home last weekend Kingsley for Lake residence could not or be rental occupied change of pace.Try .
and Is presently recovering purposes. The judge said however -
Martin Army Hospital. Fort that .since the buildingwas
Benning Ga. already on a permanent Our Delicious BuffetSERVED
:He flew over 50 missions while foundation on the property that
In Vietnam and during the per the court could not order it to
iod from last October to(November be removed.
flew over 25 missions. The action was taken following DAILY
DeVoe's awards that he "... protests of other residentsin
distinguished himself ,by meri- the Kingsley Village Subdivision Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet I
torious achievement while participating who said the building 11:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m. 6:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.
in sustained aerial violated Clay County zoning regulations I
Phone flight In support of combat because the. Flynn
s InAU1v.yq'neAbt
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964-5745 ing all of these flights, he dis- meet apace requirements, $ EntreesTwo 75
played the highest order of air since several other buildingswere
(t discipline and acted in 'accord- already on the property. Vegetables .
ance with best traditions of the Clay County Sanitarian Harry
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the local science fair. Title of Myrlck's project was "To clt,. (Bill) Dodd waa'elected rica
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Stolen Cigarettes- Lead To Grocer's Arrest Road Paving Change Asked


A Bradford grocer, Milton Fuqua, Bradford's investigating orettes were confiscated. from Carter was arrested the following (Continued from. Page One) 3) The county Jail may be
(Buc'.t> Carter, was arrested officer Buck's Grocery last Wednesday day and charged with used to house prisoners: from
Thursday Feb. 20, alter eight Charged with. the theft from 'afternoon! They were Identified receiving stolen goods Fuqua tor $19.285 for a new front end municipalities In the county., erwillegar
cases: of stolen! cigarettes were Hackney Grocery are two Lake: by a code number placed an said He paid Ibis bond.the same loader for' the Sanitation Department but not without permission! of
confiscated tram his store. City men, Manson Moore 29, the cases by Hankney Grocery night. The Caterpillar ina- the sheriff since he is responsible -
Carter, proprietor of Buck's an employee of the store, and Co. Both the cigarettes' and coffee A preliminary hearing la setMarcib chine was purchased under.a. for the JaiL
Grocery on "US-301 north of John Shaw, 29 a former em were found In the store room : 11 In the CIIIIIe.fZl rental-purchase plan.. The board alsoAutborlzed :
Starke, Is free under $5,000 ployee. at Buck's. Under the plan, Ring Power $205 to be spent
.bond. Wholesale value of the The case developed In Bradford agrees to maintain the rppchijieIt from capital outlay funds to MOTORS
463 carbons of cigarettes was County when Columbia officials S a certain cost and guaranteea trim an oak tree and several
placed at $1,500 by the Bradford contacted the sheriff's certain trade-In value after pine trees at the site of the
Sheriff's OHice. One case of office here and said the two men 5,000 running hours or five new courthouse.
coffee was also confiscated from had been arrested for stealingthe years Discussed closing a portion
the local grocery cigarettes: The Columbia A bid of $25.093 was enteredby of the old SR-100 from SR-100
The cigarettes. and coffee were officials said the two reported Square Deal Machinery to the railroad trestle at Samp-
stolen from Hackney Grocery delivering the stolen cigarettes Corp. of Jacksonville.The son Lake which. is bordered on
Co. In Lake City the night of to Buck's Grocery here. board also accepted the both sides by property ownedby
Feb. 18, according to Dep. Ken Deputy Fuqua said the clg- $1,600 bid only one entered. Dave Paulk. At Yawn's suggestion
from Florida Computer Systems the! board Invited Paulkto
of Winter Park for services to appear at Its next meeting
the offices of Tax Assessor and petition to have the road
Guidelines AskedTo Gene Long and Tax CollectorJ. Closed.: That Is the simplest
R. Kelly. method to do the job legally.
The computer firm will provide Yawn said,
the use of a machine for :
Control FliesContinued the Issuance of assessment no. Commis-loner
tlces. homestead exemption applications Judge Yawn review proceedings TRADE-INS ON NEW 1969
and tax bills for a in his attempt to obtain an
[ From Page One] Saunders said it !seemed to r year. The county will pay the easement In the Heilbronn FORD CAR AND TRUCKS
bun the fly problem has just fee for the initial year; there- Springs section to dig a drain
At present there is only .one about gotten out of hand. "It after, the expense will be paid age ditch. Yawn said he has
effective Insecticide with which may be. manure can be sprayed to prevent blem some growers are doing < Legal opinions on three questions Mrs. Maude Wainwright Hess
fly breeding. That is not a good job, and some are the board submitted earlier and her daughter Mrs. Anita
used by farmers. because It not. But let's identify the problem ( t were read to the Board by Bolls a copy of prior ease- $2951961 Falcon CoupeAutomatic
contains 70-80() per cent arsenic, and we'll get the tools needed Clerk Charles Darby: ment, as requested for consid-
Trawick said. to solve it," the lawmaker. w eration of the new ditch, but
Only control measure ''left Is A 1)) The county has authority has yet to receive a reply. Bucket Seats.
the spraying of adult flies which to contribute funds to the Norman said he is hopeful
have already laid eggs. Only said.Bids Girl Scout Week ProclaimedMayor Bradford County Fair Association the easement can be obtained
three insecticides are presently Save under a special act of before heavy rains come again Falcon TudorRadio
effective In killing flies, Traw- legislature. That question arose next spring and flood that sec $4951962
dck said and they may not be Carl Hurst uses his pen to designate- March: 9-13 as last month during discussions
effective wit .ing a year. For SchoolsContmued Girl Scout Week in Sta'rke.' Looking on ((1-r) are Barbara Godwin on whether the county can legally tion.Was told that a county and Heater.
Lynn Motley, Junior Girl Scouts; IIJalmar McMillan, 606 contribute funds to the drainage authority could be established -
Dr. Covington repeatedly said Cadette Pack and Andrea Eaves, Brownie. All the girls are Starke-Bradford County Cham- under a Home Rule
that the best way to attack pack leaders. ber of Commerce. provision such as the one envisioned
flies is to prevent breeding. from Page OnaI by Rep. Gene Shaw.
County Agent Huggins reportedthat Mayor Hurst called upon all citizens of Starke to cooperate 2) The board has no author- Yawn was asked the questionby Ford Fair-
the U. S. Department of to 40." students and that's criminal. with Girl Scouts In their pursuit of this goal through their own ity to sanction or sponsor a Chairman Shuford. $18951967
Agriculture laboratory. In Gainesville program The Girl Scout Fund Drive for Bradford County begins county volunteer fire depart
ls presently! testing 80 Teacher aides -"The only today Thursday March 6. ment. That power must be lane 500 Tudor H. T. V-8, Air, Automatic,
comment I hear is that therearen't
drugs to prevent fly breeding. Leaders for the Girl Scouts this year are Mrs. Dorothy granted through a special act -Relayed requests for clay' Power 11,000 Miles Like New.
enough of them. But the ,
of the legislature the to be hauled to Foreman Jones.
Trawick said that In April ones we have are putting out Dykes Juniors; Mrs. Joanne Sawyer, Mrs. Donna Gruen, and could attain authority or county:If tho Commissioner Norman reported
54 chicken grow 100 Mrs Laurie Mulllns, Brownies, and : Pratt, .
Cadettes.
1968 there were per cent. llrs.lar&le home rule act under discussion that over 100 loads of clay
ers in Bradford County In January -School board "You've is passed, Judge Theron Yawn lad been hauled during the previous -
this year growers numbered been a bit more inquisitive and stated. week: $10951964 chrysler
105. he said. this is good. You've asked us Policemen Get Salary Raise
Reporting on the size of the to explain programs In detail
chicken industry In Bradford's This has pleased us." .. 300 Tudor Hard Top, Full Power and Air,
miles. Huggins said the Board President Lawson commented New Tires One Owner.
291 sq. to
reports
(Continued from Page One) A City policeman
broiler industry can house that the board getsa for the
the front of BHS opening
changing them lot of criticism and that the TREMENDOUS SAVINGS
900,000 birds unlessan
ment, Williams said and he Is and closing of school
out 44! or 5 times per year people don't realize "how many hopeful the problem can be sol emergency prevents it. Mayor Falcon
makes a total broiler production decisions, hard decisions we've which $12951966
ved through local legislation Hunt told of one car NASWORTHY'S
of around four million had to make In the past five the school AT
or through a Home Rule pro ran 50 mph through
birds. Pullet growers. house years. It took: a lot of prayingand and had
vision. zone on Temple Ave.
hard Fordor Automatic, Radio and Heater Clean,
work.
and raise two
600,000 birds having a
Councilman P.T. NoUn reported to be chased down by
crops per year, a tot.alof 1.2 Clark said that they are now he has talked to City county deputy sheriff cut him One Owner.
birds. Layer !hens caged :planning a five year master
million Patrolman Felix Sapp several off out of town.
here total around one million plan and that when they get times and the officer reports The mayor said 30-40() school
birds :he said. r little further along they will the school traffic situa- children still cross Temple Ave.
consult the teachers and the -1965 1 Galaxie
tion Street bet- day.
on Washington In front of BHS twice per $1295
Sen. Saunders told two residents board. Clark and Casey will ween Starke Elementary and The Council also:
Mrs. Kay Cater; and Mrs. begin within the next few days Bradford High is "working out -Was told by City Surveyor
Berate Winkler, present at the holding meetings with the okay." The street has been Merrill McMillan that "It did SAtiti 500 XL Hard Top V-8, 1Speed. Sharp, One
meeting that "These gentlemen teachers at each school "to be made one-way during the opening my heart good" to see children Owner.
do have. a problem, we must :sure we're spending money on" and closing school hours and walking on the sidewalk on Orange Vg
realize." equipment, the teachers need Officer Sapp has been movedto I Street instead ot in the

"All we want Is to know Is In other action, the Board: a post there from US-301
something is being done." Mrs. AGREED to send a resolutionto in front of BUS. street.Was told by Supt. Oscar $1295 -1966 'Ford V-8
Carter said. "We don't want >to the legislative delegation Mayor Carl Hurst, however, Davis that it will cost about $93>>
be told that nothing can be doneor asking that the local bill which said he thinks a patrolman is to change out double meters at Up To 36 :Months To Pay
still needed in front of BUS. Pick-up, Long Wheel Base, Radio and Heater.
that nobody can do anything grants the Board the right to the Ben Roland residence. That
about it." set the superintendent's salary He suggested a School Boy Pat- has not been done since a private Now Is the time to save big on that
rol be organized, but Councilman contractor has not been
Furniture you've been planning
Jimmy McRae said school available. Davis said (The Tele- Spring Ford
1 Shop At Griffis Store officials told him nobody is graph errounesly reported two $9951964 Wagon
free to organize a patrol weeks ago it would cost about
I "Where Quality Is Always Guaranteed"FRIDAY $400 for the city to correct the on.COLOR V-8 Automatic.
be re-Introduced to the Legis meter situation).
lature. The current bill, Introduced -Was told by CD Director
by Senator Charlie Johns, Williams the city will receive PHILCO TV $199c.
and passed In 1965 expired $630 to the city radio system. $16951967 Ford FuturaWagon
when the old Constitution ex The system Is designated as the
pired. one to be used by civil defense
ACCEPTED bids, an ]lower, In case of disaster, Williams H. NASWORTHY Automatic and Air.
than estimated costs for equipment said and thus qualifies for the
AND SATURDAY for Industrial drafting, matching funds. Furniture and Appliances

! electronics technology, and ra- -Agreed to purchase advertisements i
TASTEE WEINERS Buick For-
3 LBS. $1.00 dio-TV. These courses were in a Roping Club program $10951964
I I held up when Bradford County and a phamplet being
RED HOT SAUSAGE 3 LBS. $1.00 deferred status published by the Starke Golf
was put on a
dor Full Power and Air One Owner, Sharp.
by the Department of Health. and Country Club.
STARKE NURSING HOME
WESTERN "ALWAYS MEATY" Education and Welfare. -Approved Asst. Postmaster

NECK BONES 5 LBS. $1.00 DECIDED to ask for other Blake Jackson a volunteer fireman
bids for the timber harvesting as a trustee to administer 808 S. COLLEY ROAD Ford Galax-
TURKEY WINGS LB. 29c course. Casey said that two of the city pension fund. One person $14951966
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.the major suppliers had not outside the city is required Phone 964.6220 Starke. Florida

3 LB. JAR submitted b1d5.LEARNED under the ordinance adopted ie 500 V-8 Tudor, Hard Top, Power and Air,
LARD 39c that the sheet for the program.
1.
We have complete nursing service for adults of
One Owner.
metal course, which will cost -Refused to pay $21.20 bin all Clean,
$1,610, will begin on (March 17 submitted by a utility customer ages
STEAK or CHUCK ROAST LB. 59c and will have two classes of 16 who said food In Ws refrigerator
students each.APPROVED. spoiled because the currentwas %. We have R.N.'s and L.P.N.'s on duty 24 hour
:' BRISKET STEW 3 Ibs. $1.00 3:30: p.m. sun- left off too long by the a day. $1495 -1 967 FalconWagon
day, April 20. for dedication of
the Vo-Tech Center. Dr. Carl city.Was Invited to attend the
: U. S. Good Steak ) A C Prc>ehJ. an assistant superintendent annual Mardi Gras in Orange 3. We base our own X-rsy and laboratory (Mr. Air Conditioned Std. Trans.
of the State Departmentof Park on April 12. The city was James Monerlef I Is our nil time licensed technician
: T-BONES 8 Education, will speak. There Invited to place a float in the ).
will be an open bouae. parade but decided not to do so
.: SIRLOIN WAS INVITED to attend the since there is no available to 4 We are licensed for 55 beds by the State Board $14951967| ChevroletFordor

:f: ROUND LB. graduation banquet to be held take time to build a present of Health License No. let.
for the 45 persons who are just able float.PANTDRESS.
completing the 200 hour Peace 5. We have a modern, fireproof building with ceo-. Automatic, Radio and Heater, Locally

Officers Course. It win be held Ira air-condllloner and beat.s. Owned.
( GRIFFIS STORE at 7 p.m at the state prison.
Casey commented that another
We are wlthla two blocks of the Bradford County
::; SAM GRIFFIS. course may be started Immediately Hospital THESE AND MANY MORE
:;' 625 East Brownlee as about 25 persons are
Interested In attending it.

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Charles Hive Leads Cage Statistics Baseballers Open



Against Raiders
termed :bImaelf.aaUaf1ed'
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Charlca Blye. &-2 senior, led thinks may be a school record. 53 per cent of Its charity.: shots. .shows promise el developing by Lincoln High of Gainesville The coaoh. with bin players determination -
the 1969 Bradford High basket He also scored a total of 4SS 1969 was a :year of near misses Into a fine floorman and shoot In the Group Tournament last and work In pram Bradford High ba .eballeM could be either Mark Graudons
bailers In scoring with an 18." points to rank among the lead for Coach Sexton's young er.The Thursday hi their worst defeat. their 1969 season :here at or Johnny Brown, both lettermen
average and rebounding wit era In BHS basketball history. cage squad. Tbree starter. Tornadoes in their eight Completing Ms first year as tice."Our they open tomorrow night (Friday. righthanders, or Larry
young
an 19.4 average in 23 games. !4cKn1 t. Graudoos. and Mur losses were beaten by one point varsity basketball coach. Sex boys are expected. 7:30: the tough Orange Tanner, rookie left hander.
The RJE High transfer. who phey will return next season, three times, by two points once. ton says Ma 1969 team was did as well as we" the. coachroaoluded. March 7) against One of the Tornadoes' finest
Blye grabbed 448 rebounds played for BHS only this season along with Chris Chandler who by .three points once, by five young, but "We could have They worked hard Park Raiders.have worked infielders according to Coach
which Coach Mike Sexton as a senior, also lead the team saw much action this ;year andAbsorbing points twice, and by 10 points done better* > Our players they. look good" McKinney', Is second baseman
!in field goal percentage with !hard and Mike Hewett who. will be ineligible
McKinney saY'S.addine
Coach Dewey
49 per cent. for the opener
Floorman Tim Murphey led that he Is "optimistic.

the team in assists with 163 Admission for adults to and the game 50c for will stu be Orange Park will bring to
of BHS Knocked From District Tourney $1
for the eeaaon.! an average dents. Bradford County one of the
total
seven per game. Murphey'
Probable starters for the Tornadoes finest left hand hurlers in north
far exceeded his nearest Florida In Arnold Braden. Orange
their 'worst Lincoln hit for 28 will be Jim Temple
teammate. deeaf( erence 8.
.. The Tornadoes ended the 1060eason BHS Blye 7418. Brown first base: Greg Rlherd. 2B; Park .had a 13.7' record
Bradford HWfl points to 18 for the Tornadoes.
the
of season
C 9. Chandler 3-M. Graudons! last year and placed second In
L.w Adrain Brown only senior with 15-8 record. Theywere Dennis Hall S3: Tommy Tal-
knocked from Bradford had four starters
1969 were :
eager
9-3 in the Florida Star 8319. McKnlght 5-0-10. Totals LF Gene the Florida Conference behind.
ley 3B J. S. Waters ;
other than Byle. led In free the District 5 Tournament In Blye. .Adrain Brown 0nu 0in8. ;
1 throw with 64 per cent, sinking Jew Symma last Thursday In and McKnlgftt, averaging four Conference, good for second 27862.Lincoln. Melvin CF: Mike Smith. RF; Palatka.
21iajtp 25 of 39 attempt. Brown was of place behind Live Oak. Robbie Smith, C. Tornado chances for a opening
72-62 loss to Lincoln JUga figures going Into the tourna win over the Raiders will
I the .second leading scorer witha Gainesville. inert while Lincoln had only dwell 1M-40. Starting pitcher won't be announced
depend on whether they can
13.6 average. StatfaUee8Ha Hadlye! 113. Simmons 8+18. until just before game
Without the services of play two Crowell and Charles Simmons hit Braden.
maker .Tim Murphey After the who scored .16 points last 11 18 18 15 62Lincoln Allen 1-3-5. Fox 4-0-8. Totals time Coach McKinney says. It
-- - - - -
Four Tornado averaged 18 28 13 73 301272.
cagero first period, the Tornadoes were Thursday.. 13 -
scoring in double figures: flat, Murphey who led the team
Blye: led with hU 18.4 average with
In assists for the season
second at 13.6 and
Brown was
ROSIERMONUMENT
163 bad four fouls before the
315 total points. David Mo.Knight
first !period was over. 1969 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
299 points
was 13.0 and
He sat out the entire second{
and Mark Graudons had a 12.0 BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL TORNADOES
QUarter, then started the third ._
average and 278 points. -- -- --- -
period and fouled out on theopening COMPANYVisit

a tip!, Murphey ian' a. Friday 3/7/69 "Orange Park 7:30 PM
The Tornadoes established a Jitgfc scorer, but runs the Ton
1 15-8 record for the season. They. nado offense and is almost as Tuesday 3/11/69 "Live Oak 730' PM Us At Our New LocationAT

bold second place la the Flor. Jrreplaclble on defense.
4 t ida star Conference with a 9-3 Mark Graudons came through Friday 3/14/69 S1. Augustine 3:45: PM

1n a mark. They were.beaten In for 19 points Charles Blye conesrlbuted Saturday 3/15/69 BoUes 2:00: PM
conference play by champion 18, and David Me
41.Iw. Live Oak. Lake City and Or Knight Jilt for 10 on a night Tuesday J/.1869; Santa Fe 7:30: PM 301 S. WALNUT ST.
4 ange Park, but they also had which saw the Tornadoes hit
iNTRIGCING-"Chinese put victories over the three teams. 41 per cent of their: field. The Friday 3/21/69 Palatka 7:30: PM ACROSS FROM FOOD FAIR

zle" is the theme of this boldly Tornadoes lilt only 27 of 84 field Saturday 3/22/69 Live Oak 2:00: PM
42
Tornadoes averaged
The
patterned cotton jacquard goal attempts.
dress from California resort per cent from the fleld.as a Blye al o contributed 24 rebounds Tuesday 3/25/69 Orange Park 3:35: PM PLANTS
collections Stvled with bib team, which Coach Sexton to the losing BHS effort.
front this unusual design is in terms "pretty good." BHS free Ronald Crowell hit 40 points Friday 3/28/69 "'Palatka 7:30 PM
teak blue and white accented throw shooting was another :
to Lincoln to tile KXfwlnt
with lacquer red By Joanna matter, however. The team hit pace Saturday 3/29/611 "Lake City 7:30: PM
win
Nelson Lincoln used*fun-court press SPECIAL HARDY l TREES j
-- .... -. the entire game usually: making Tuesday 4/1/69 "'Sf. Augustine 7:30: PM

way for ,the speedy Crowellto Thursday 4/3/69 AZALEAS IN GAL. CANS
charge In for a lay-up. Lake City 3:35 PM
Fishing Contest Making: a game of the first While They Last15C

halt, the Tornadoes of Coach! Tuesday4869 "'BoJJes 7:30 PMs&1UJ'Oay PECAN Trees
Mike Sexton stayed within two EACH
points of tile Red Terriers" the : 4/12/69 !Santa: Fe 4:00 PM FRUIT Trees

r' Register Now first half. They were down 13-11 Thursday 4/17/69 .S1. Augustine

;& after the to first match period Lincoln's, but managed 18 Sub-District Tournament 4:00: PM PALM Trees

Thru Labor Day points In the second quarter togo "Home games.E LARGE SELECTIONOF
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SPECIAL THIS WEEK 12 Bradford Youths Enter


Gainesville Steer Show Putting first keeps us first.America's.
you ,
Mitchell 400 ff-| fQC I GiN1 I

Reel $ I rl'7JWith
Spinning Twelve 4-H and TOA boys evaluation contest. The Showmanship .
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,today ((.Thursday, March' 6)) at 11 a.m. with 4-H and FTA. team
the Greater Gainesville Area livestock Judging at 2 p.m.
Carry A Complete Line Of Steer Show and Sale 'at ,the The awards program will begin

Gainesville Livestock Market. at 6 p.m., followed by the
FISHING TACKLE Bradford exhibitors ere 4-H'. big event of the day the sale of
ers Walter and Gary Prevail. steers at 7 p.m. J. W, (Buddy) ,
Gary Melvin, and Tom Edwards Clark will be auctioneer again
FFA' members showing this year. ec.A

Include Gene Melvin, Gerald The public is invited to at t
:Rosier Robert Rosier Richard .......
BuildersSUPPLIES tend. Anyone may also bid on. .... "
Starke '
Spp. Cecil and David Stalna- the steers H-
ker, Joseph Starling, and Jimmy .
Wllkerson, shown above .
'with his Oharolals-Shorthorn
INC.At cross entry. BHS Golfers
The event began at 9 a.m.
S. A. L. Depot Phone 964-5270 with the official placing of steers
and an "on foot" carcass Bradford (High's 1969 you
team lost a. squeaker to Lake
City and was beaten by PalatkaIn .
two matches last week but

Spend Less But Get The Best1WESTINGHOUSE the team to Improving ;with
every match, according to Coach
Jack McCaskill.
Lake City edged the Tornado e I
golfers 2V4 to 2 points: or by
two strokes 166-104.

16 LB. AUTOMATIC WASHER BUI Adams shot a one-over
par 37 and sophomore! Dale
Johns shot a 40 to win team e
'w
Double Action For Double Cleaning points for Bradford High.
Adams was low man for BBS
against Palatka with a 38 and
Heavy-Duty Transmission Johns shot a. 42 in that matchto

win match points. But. Palat- No.1 Tourist Attraction.
ka's team shot a collective oJSS
REG. PRICE
to Bradford's .170 to win by five\
Now
Only I at ekes. Both these matches
were on the Golf and jCountry Chevrolet Sports-Recreation Dept.
I Club cour e.
The Tornadoes hare played
Compare And four matches but bare yet to

record a win. The players are
ONLY $10 You'll Buy 188 I young, however. and CosctoMcCaafcill
: says they are coming -
I along 'with each match.:
PER MONTH Westinghous,

i Adams and Mike Mitchell are
ruwn r the two seniors on the six manaquad. 1. Series 10 Chevy Sportvan 108. 5. Chevelle SS 396 Convertible.
Mike Fug Is a Junior.
2. Series 20 Longhorn Pickup with over-cab 6. Impala Convertible.
I Johns a sophomore and Rich.-
SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES cad Roberts and David McRa camper body.

I are frelbmen.I 3. Series 20 Suburban.

Next match. for ,die golfers ifl
4. Camaro SS Convertible with
332 W. Madison St. I
..... M4.TTtl set PWday.: March 7. a* 21pm. : >> --
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editorial LETTERS TO

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I i* THE EDITORGentlemen

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It Is with gratitude and appreciation
e that Bradford County;
<
Neighborhood Service Center ii

express their thanks for the t .

: kind and very helpful notationsin ( _
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I our County newspaper. We
give special thanks to Mrs.

Linda Staab, Reporter, for her
.
Enough's Enough b \ help and donations in handi- .
a craft and home decoration. -
N\\
Please feel free to visit our : :
center at anytime. Again thank '\ ; _

k you so very much.
The executive committee of the NatIonal munity is. Those who do not have or :1It Sincerely, ,io :r "'
Governors' Conference, meeting in will not produce identity cards will be (Mrs.) Thelma Dixon ; "

Washington, D. C., has called for a "get assumed not to be members of the community *_- _.;_.._ a.aa Center Director .,.''., ''I.:.,'",.;::.,.::'';.r.. ........;.. I'

tough" policy against college dissidents and will be charged with tres- 't': ; ..:.

who threaten to prevent the majcrity passing and disturbing the peace on Joint Proclamation Issued Gulf Oil Will _w" e .{ 151 :i f. ; : :.

of law-abidinpr students from exercising private property and" treated accordingly For County First Aid Week Provide Sound I".1.:? :::r; ; : :

ities.their right to educational opportun by the law System For FairThe 2' :: : : : :: :::


Another encouraging note comes (Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua. president [,,vllle Area Chapter.
Mrs.. Bill Chambers is general Gulf Oil Corporation will
It's about time that some of our from the students themselves, with a of the Starke Junior Woman's Chairman, assisted by Mrs. assign Its special events mobile 2 VISTA Volunteers

leaders spoke out against the disgraceful counter-revolution emerging on some wide Club First Aid sponsors! Week of County- Fuqua, club president and pro. sound system and personnel to
Dave L.
, ) and disruptive activities now going campuses as the non-hippies band to. Shuford. chairman of :the Boardof grams chairman; :Mrs. Wayne the management of the Brad-

1} on at many of our colleges and universities gether in opposition to disruptive dem- County Commissioners, and Whiffen, schools; and Mrs.. Duane ford County Fair for the entire Assigned To CUBBTwo

and it is also encouraging to seea onstrations by the minority. One group Starke Mayor Carl Hurst participate Dykes, posters. four days of the North Florida
few presidents of such institutions calls itself SPASM the Society for In, ceremonies Jointly Issuing Plans call for programs to be Springtime Festival, Freeman
presented to each civic group Register, local Gulf distributor,
taking firm stand against these disorders Prevention of Asinine Student Move- a proclamation declaring
a
and the schools in the county, said /this week. Vista Volunteers a man McClendon said
March 17-22:: as First Aid Week CURB meeting,
in contrast to the over-permis:! ments. to Bradford County. Witnessing as well as exhibits at the County The mobile sound equipment and wife team. have been assigned that he and his wife felt that
sive attitude of of their fellow Fair. Wrecked automobiles will will handle: all special eventsof four.
many signatures being affixed to the to work with the they should, give at least a year
educators.One At Michigan State University, more proclamation is Charles Darby be positioned along various ; the Fair, starting with openIng county CUBB Economic Agency of their lives for their country.He .
than ten thousand students have signed (standing), Clerk of the Circuit ;spots on U. S. 301 as a reminderthat day activities at 10 am. bringing to three the number explained that his draft
caution exercised in driving Wednesday, March 19. and endIng this
of Volunteers in area.
"intimidation Court. classification is 4F.
of those taking a firm stand is petitions condemning ,
can reduce highway acci. with the Westel.nAudit10ns
Working with the Junior Club Country Harold and Betty McClendon As members of VISTA (Volunteers -
.
acting president of :Florida State University !- violence, and disruption" on the campus dents.
In this effort Is William H. and Show at 11 p.m. attended a special six-week In Service to America),
Marshall who has there. An organizer of the petition This is the first time thata
Stanley Shearin Director of Safety Ser- Sat., March 22. course. the same attended by each of the McClendon's receives -
denied official recognition to the Students drive said it was started because it vices for( the American National "consolidated proclamation"has Gulf Oil will also provide an CUBB Director Ron Sage who Is about $215 a month, with an

for a Democratic Society on the is ridiculous that a small group could Red Cross through its JackoSonFARMER'S been Issued In Bradford official announcer for each of also with VISTA, called Pro additional: $50 a month put aside

FSU campus, on the grounds that, disrupt a university of more than 37- County. the events. gram Development Planners or until completion of their one-

SDS students "have made threats in my 000 students.All POP'S. year service. They commentedthat
\ They were trained to work when their salaries are
the rules of the university ..-
to disobey -
presence .
Action
Community
with local
is livable
combined it "easily a
with the strong implication, if -of these offer encouragement toa "... _,I.... DIARYmatters Programs and to analyze .specific amount for a married couple."

not a promise, that there would be viol- great many distressed parents who (1 needs of their areas suggest Prior to coming to CUBS the

ence. have reason to feel that some college ( specific projects and appeal :McClendon's worked In Blounts-
At the time of writing, the stand now, tne commission for funds
to Washington
where
the most town. Franklin County,
and university presidents are
weather continued to be cold does not have the authority
"It must be understood by all memo overpaid executives in the country to. and was more like January to pass a law controlling, the) for Betty the projects.McClendon, who received they set When up> a that Head job Start was completed pro-

bers of the university community that day. Those twenty-or-thirty thousand than the first week in March. situation, but must. ask for a a BS degree sociology in gram. they requested transferto

stern action will be taken promptly against dollar a year educators who have been The weatherman said we had special -act of the legislature.It 1966 from Louisana State University CUBB.

any who attempt to take over willing to let a shouting minority of not had freezing temperatures was suggested that Home will be working with The new volunteers are living
university facilities," the FSU head students dictate how the college or in a long, long time but what Rule would allow the commission the Neighborhood. Service Cen- in Green Springs.

continued. university should!' be run can hardly be he didn't &aY was that we had to (handle the matter oa ters In Clay, Union, Bradfordand Some may remember that
cold snaps when the temperature .- the local level. as the board Baker Counties.
said to he earning their pay. The cost when Sage came to this area
got down close to the Ice- 1963
members are much more familiar Harold McClendon. a another VISTA Volunteer, Cal-
Another firm hand has been shown of sending student to one of these making stage a lot of times. with local conditions> than graduate of Northeast Louisana vert Crary, came with him.

by the president of Notre Dame University colleges is a heavy burden for many By Sam McGarveya the legislature Is. State College with a degree in Shortly after their arrival Cra-

who responded to the threat of families, and if the campus is so dis. As a result the n me of S C government. will work with ry was seriously Injured while

campus violence a few days ago with rupted that the student cannot be pro- Strawberry ;Festival has :been nan fry to all those who have Speaking of roads, we see that CUBB's Head Start program. horseback riding. and has since

the statement that: "Anyone or any perly educated, then that student, as dropped from the Bradford Oo-- paid the 50 cents admission the State Road Department has Introduced at Monday night's resigned from VISTA),
well his parents is being robbed. unty Fair this 'year, because charge or who are guests. .Accepted a bid on construction
as ,
that substitutes force for ration'alpersuasion
group what good Is a berry festival of) the road leading from SR-21
be it violent or nonviolent without the berries I And now That at 7:30.: livestock judging 'down to Santa Fe bake. Hard Variety Will Be Keynote
-. will be given 15 minutes of meditation The American public is long suffer- the growers are not worried- will be held. under the direction surfacing that road will certainly I

to cease and desist. They will be ing and will stand a lot before rising up bout the festival, but rather a- of E. M. Prevatt Jr., !help the people living in that 01 Fair-Festival ProgramThe

told that they are, by their actions, in protest. The antics of the student bout getting a crop that will with assistance by Art Schulzon fectlon and also help to build

going counter to the overwhelming minorities have become so obnoxious, repay expenses and maybe a! .cattle, David B. Smlbh on tip that area.
little 'profit. C C 19th Annual Bradford one-ring circus and high flying
the most apathetic ., and Paul. Hutchlns on
conviction of this community as to however, that even Swine
County Fair and North Florida: aerlalists talent show, Straw-
The azaleas at our place are
what is proper here. If they do not among us should be stirred to action. Anyhow. the Fair is scheduled poultry. SCSWhile sitting .around with their buds \Springtime Festival activitieswill berry Queen and beauty pageant

within that tine period cease and desist We should lift our voices and offer to open in
they will be ''asked for their identity encouragement to those courageous educators ''Weeks (on Mar. 19)) with Miss. thp legislative hearing held that they should have been Day program on Wednesday and a country western show
rational students who are March! 19, and end with the and Jamboree. along with auditions
cards. Those who produce these and America of 1969, oilS one of the recently, moat persons who attended In bloom some time ago. But
will moving to curb this senseless: featured attractions and Secre- fine the Third Annual Strawberry InvI- to locate some country
be suspended from this communityas finally it were pleased with the one of theee mornings,
tational Golf Tournament at western and mu.sictalent.
gospel
not understanding what this comCheerleaders. campus anarchy. tary of State Tom Adams as opportunity to "sound off" on magic word will go out and the Starke Golf & Country Club .
the keynote speaker at the opening local governmental matters and there will be a blaze of color
on Sunday, March 23. Exhibits at the fair will range
ceremonies. And continu.
a we'll know
and
everywhere
the Interchange of Information. -
by
activities during the from
Other : amateur to professional,
round of events Is for
ous set bas arrived in-
then that spring
It appears to us that we festival. will Include educational to
five day period and from commercial
the four days of the Fair, including have the best type of govern deed. the appearance of ,Miss with the later including -
: the popular Beauty ment in the world and that an C C C America of 1969, livestock the newest of the Chevy
I Pageant when the Queen wUl bo interest on the paz t of the pub- In the meantime, the heating( show band concerts. midway shows being exhibited for tha

Are Great! chosen. S C C lic wUl make. It S even. better. systems keep in chewing homes up and the businesses fuel- special attractions including a first time In Florida.

This year ,the Fair will open The need for ordnance-making and the only ones !happy, aboutit

at 10 am. and the Starke Rotary power by the county commission are the. fuel suppliers. One McClane Named.. Speed RemainsNo.
Club's annual Rural-Urban Day was stressed, when' a reJ man said last week. "I'm not

One group of young people at Brad It didn't pay to sit right behind them program will start at 11. \vAt sldent complained about packs cold. I'm worried about the bill LegislativeDirector 1 Killer

ford High School who put in many year long. The girls must also meet the noon the Rotary Club will serve of dogs running at large. As I'm going to get for fuel." For FBT. On HighwaysSpeed

hours of work and practice but often '
ac'ademic standards do
same as our
K. McCIane Jr., executive
receive too little recognition for it are Is still the number one
athletes and must conduct themselves
,
Florida
Farm
director of the
the Tornado cheerleaders.This killer! in traffic accidents on
above Federation for the part
reproach.So Remember. Bureau Florida highways.Col. .
17 years and a former Brad- H. N. Kirkman. directorof
year the eight young ladies on Cindy Sink, Ginger Baldwin, 25 Years Ago ford County farm agent. has the Department of Public

the varsity squad have exhibited exceptional Nancy Struth, Cindy Strickland, Eve been named legislative directorof Safety, says tnat more than a
school spirit. For instance, Alice McGarveyAt fred Hazen Mrs. Hazel Crosbyand the newly created legislative third of all accidents and almost -
lyn Sinclair, Judy Whitehead, Polly By ; of the states largest
1944 Bradford County division half of the fatal accidentsin
they made the BHS basketball team Mrs. F lorence Cole. ruary, ,
Brown We
Wade and Salute
Carolyn farr organization.
farmers sold 50 cratesof Florida during the first six
this time of the 25 Hellbronn Mrs. berry
know year Elementary
somebody w'aa behind them, even :
of directors
You! local politics got off Muriel Norman principal 36 pints each, at the Farmers' The FFBF board months of 1968 involved some;
ago ;
in road games when they were almost years announced that McClane would
to a good start with most of Mrs. Pearl Norman, Mrs. Louise Market at 25 cents per type of excessive speed.Of .
the only fans with the team.It Keep up the spirit, girls. Maybe it'll the elected courthouse off leal s Crosby and Mrs. Lillie pint. Three of the regular heart the new legislative division
1 "in order to
buyers Bernard Peele Chad. starting April the 104,009 accidents during -
announcing for reelection.Dr. Bridges.!
turn out to be contagious.
didn't seem to matter that fans at basketball because at the W. E. Middleton Super- Mrs. Ola Mae Perkins, principal burn, N. C. and"Beri"Hartmanand give greater emphasis! on Florida the the January- June period
games intendent of Public Instruction, of Vanderbilt Elementary. Jonn. 11.* uuianey promised job of speaking for speeding was Judged a contributing -
the sat
supporting opposition stoically least bit of action every one would had already announced that he to be on hand for the start farmers before state and national factor in 33,823. In fatal accidents -

while they cheered. Our girls kept upa leap to her feet, blocking the view. would not run again and Sher- Lovett's Grocery Store which of the season March 3. legislators." speed was listed: in 461

lively chatter, jumped to their feet iff A. O. Andreu had declared opened in Starke during Oct- In announcing the appoint cases out of 1,019 for the same

every time the BHS team scored, and We also recognize that cheerleading himself a candidate for reel- ober of 1943 advertised a big Employees of the State Farmat ment. Art Karst of Vero Beach. period.
in general displayed a spirit that has ection a few weeks ago. With nine-day sale to celebrate the Halford made a festive affair FFBF president. said that Me-
requires much work other than the the qualifying date, March 17, 25th anniversary of the openIng of the annual Red Cross Clane's experience and successIn Kirkman said that motoristswho !
been superb. time spent before crowds. They begin so close at hand the other of the parent store of Wino Fund Drive, with supper servedat representing the Farm Bureau believe they can drive safely -
practice in the summer and it lasts 11III county officials, County JudgeE. & Lovett Grocery Company. the clubhouse. Preparationof before the state legislatureand at excessive speeds are only
K. Ferryman; Tax Assessor They had 80 stores in 50 Flo- the meal was by J. 11. Mon- the Congress "especially fooling themselves because they
E. W. Hayes; Tax Collector rida and south Georgia cities.A. crief assisted by U.K. Tyus qualifies" him for filling the fail to consider actions of the

C. A. Knight and Clerk of D. Davis was the president. and L. Watts.Superintendent. full-time position. other driver.

: : ::::>..reom::::; ::: :::--::: ;mc: : : ha ng ing 7in i esLe : ;;c,::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::;:;:;:::;:;:::; the Circuit Court A. J. Tho- man introuduced L.the F.speakerswho Chap- ---
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ring. Certificates for "Superior effort were ; -- .m' ''
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r.:2 Green former county ing SCO tor two years service 1 For the office of Superintendent and outstanding results" Red Cross Field Naval Dir- slid : ,,- .- -
: ector Harry Dale. Union County -- ...
: of Public Instruction ;
: Judge, Mate legislator, and la (he Florida Legislature. being were awarded several Bradford .
\ : told the :;:; vacated by Dr. Middleton there County farmers by the Flor- Red Cross chairman, and Miss a.T' ,
j U.S. congressman legislative delega- 1=5 was the most competition. Offering ida Department of Agriculture.A. Vivian Fowler, in charge of the
Bradford
entered
"In 1925 when he
3 ::: themselves were GeorgeB. J. Thomas made the awards Red Cross headquarters for Un-
lion last Friday night: hat body
I the U.S. Congress! ':: flynn, Melvin B. Futch, at a ceremony at the ion County.
, ..back around 1920 he received voted itself a pay increase ::;: Arthur McRae and S.E. Sparks.Of courthouse to Sidney Griffis, Before sUPPer was served.M. :
'j, ; $73 per month as from s7,500. per year to $10, :: the other courthouse offIcials Adam T. Green, Levy Green, E. Griner, B. Hershfield
: county judge of both Bradford 000.. Then In the Depression :: only two had oppositi n. Bennett W. Gerald, William T, and Chaplain L. A. Sheperd had
i. and Union Counties. Congress! cut its own pay 11 W. II. Edwards was seeking the Brannon and Willy Green. collected more than $350 In
back to $8,500. :: office of county judge and M. Certificates were mailed to 25 cash and pledges.
i ..he can remember receiv Times have changed :? B. Johns that of sheriff. J. others who were not present. Decorations were by Mrs.
:
R. Kelly, who had beerrapp; J. M. Bradley, Mrs. J. G. 60 SQfltlnqi}>s w*
ointed to fill the of flee of super During the last week of Feb. Caldwell and Mrs.M. E. Griner. : [Lets

The Bradford County visor of registration vacatedby
"' the resignation of James -
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED .:::.: : Holllngsworth, planned to run t- -
L ltA Plea For Old Books -
..., Q Urgent
fr"'ih.Bi& for that office and, so far, By Lynn H.imWon. of Southern Marine
1879 1 was unopposed.The .
Made By Friends of Librarybooth outbo rd. If the engine runs
Boy Scout Fund Drivein A tachometer is a practical too fast (exceeds: the maximum : .
the county under the chair- and valuable accessory for the ipm'sl. you should selecta

r-------r MIMPL ? You are the light of the man ship of Joe E. Wilson had An urgent plea for old books, at tile Fair from five outboard A tach is owner.similar to a speed- prsp with more pitch. It the
world.-(1\Iatt.5:14)( ). netted $660 of the $750 hardback and paperback. and engine runs too sloselect
quota. cents up to $1. There will also ome er. but instead of measiiiljiif a prop with less .
FLORI 16kYIffE s s Dr. M. B. Merlon chairmanof old National Geographic magazines be a drawing for prizes. miles, per hour, it registers you, hit nn pitch.If underwater
__;7 Because we live move andhave the New River District of has been Issued by the All money raised from the revolutions per minute obstruction or run aground
AS S OITLON our being in God the Boy Scouts of America had Friends of the Library for their annual book sale goes to the I irpri's) of your engine. Compared the tach will let you know

Father we must then live, donatediOO. annual book sale set March 19- Bradford County Library for to a speedometer it Immediately If the prop was
gIves
more accurate
j- \ I The Bradford County Boardof 22 .t the Bradford County readingson badly dama ed. A bent prop
move and have our being in purchase of new boobs, material performance.Your or one with a broken blade
School Trustees had recom- Springtime Feetivsl.Istis. <
., -aJ and equipment. outboard
His light. the Christ light. was designedto will prevent an engine from
teachers and principals Bernie -
mended 15 Winkler president
operate at maximum: ethcien.y -
There is light, the light ofChrist GIRL SCOUT COOKIES turning its rated rpm's. This
the Board of Public .
to of
the Friends, requests within a given rpm will be shown on the tachom
ON SALE SATURDAY
E. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Publisher Instruction. They were: Ham- that books be brought to the range, usually 4.500: to 5.000
of that
and we are part Saturday, March 8, will be eter.You
Published>> each Thursday and entered as Second pton Elementary Mrs. May Bradford County Library .a revolutions per minute. The can also use n tach to
Claw Matter at the Post Office" at Starke, Florida light. So open up our minds Touchton, principal; Mrs. Op- soon as possible! ), so they maybe the last day for buying Girl tach lets you know Immediately sa\e money. You cart run fuel
and make this truth a working Scout cookies. They will be if your engine Is
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. helia Bryan; Mrs. Floy Sullivan : refurbished tor sale at the per.. tests at different rpm's. and
sale 614 In frontof forming ( to
on by Troop according
premise of our every day. and Miss Edna Dudley. specifications. select the range which delivers
Subscription In trade area: 1 $3.00 Out*Me Fat.Children's: .
;
year Stan's Bootery from 10 a.m. the best fuel
Through the Christ in us declare Brooker Junior High: Mrs. economy. You'll
trade area: 1 year, $5.50 books are also needed to I p.m. Saturday. Persons Accurate readings are ex: be surprised how
Mrs. Loca Whit- fuel
we are the light of the Leola Roberts; tremely, many
Important when
urgently, Mrs. Winkler aald.- wishing orders deUvered may selecting dollars this information
ten Mrs. Lois Long Mrs.Win- can
world. ; ; The books. will be sold at a call Mrs. Duane Dykes, 964- a propeller for your save you over a long season.

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-t: Sunday School 10 a. m. Horn- 8TARKE
J' ing Worship, 11 ''a. m. and 7 p.
Sunday service: Holy Eucharist \ .
m.Rev.. Fred Johns, pastor. >>
Groundbreaking Ceremonies Held 8:30: a.m. Church School. ,>:>c
NEW RIVER BAPTIST 9:45.: Family Service. 11, (Holy
For Evergreen Baptist, Church Sunday. School, 10 a. m. Morning :Eucharist.. and 3rd Sundays..
Worship, 11 a. m. Training :Morning Prayer. 2nd and 4tb /// / / / I

Groundbreaking ceremonies Cecil Crawford Sr., and Fisher Union 7 p. m. Evening Worabl(). Sundays. ,t <<
for the new Evergreen Baptist Gasklns. 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser Wednesday .
Church: were held at 3 pjn The pastor. Rev. R. L. Ben vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome 7:30: pjn.. Lenten Service. 1%
Sunday. March 2, at the new nett read scripture'from the -'L. L. Parker pastor. J". Thomas Staab Rector. 1 :::::
church site on State Road 125 16th Chapter of Matthew and <<
northwest of Lawtey. gave a prayer of thanks: for the: CHURCH OF CHRIST GOOD I I
Pictured above are member successful building drive. Sunday: Bible Study 10..*. m.; CHURCH OF GOD I >>
of the Building Committee About 50 members of the Morning Worship and Communion 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.. I
turning the first spades of dirt. church: attended the ground Service. 11 a. m. Evening Sunday School.!, 10 a. m. Worship) >>
From left: Earl Mosley Cecil! breaking ceremonies.The services, 6:00.Wednesday: Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: ( p.. I
Crawford Jr.. J. B. Gasklner. closing prayer was by Worship service 7 m. Prayer Meeting Friday. 7:30: > IIII =
Louln Redding Clyde Griffis. Cecil Crawford. Jr. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. p. mj -Rev. Chester J. Shouppe,

NORTIISIDE BAPTIST pastor. ; Se.
CHURCH HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH :9Efi
:::: Schedule of cervices: Sunday (Highway 100 at There&sa)
1 School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- Sunday. School-10 a. m. :Ij I Ih
ship. 10:45: a. m. Training Union Morning Worship a. m. : I
6:45: p. m. Evening Service Training. Union-6:30: p. m. :
uiLfJr \ 7:45. Mid-Week Prayer Service. Evening WOl'Ship-7:15: p. m. :

Wednesday 7:45: p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer Services :
-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle :h '

FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday Packham pastor! iI{i:.;.:
School, 9:45: a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD j:::

Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice OF STARKE S.:::.:
Wednesday 8 p. m. West Weldon St. and Raiford ..

Rev. Robert D. Buroh Road ) \ 'I'll..
Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. :: .Qt'

RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: :a. m. Morning Worship; 'r % $
j Schedule of services: Sunday 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: j::

School, 10 a. m. Worship. 11 a. p. m. EvangellsUc'ices.. j .9-
m. and 7:30: ( p. m. Training un- Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek i I

ion. 6:30: !p. m.-Rev. Jack Prayer Meeting.
Sweethearts At Grace Baptist Banquet Stolte .pastor Pastor' : T. E. Gilley' m .

Miss Sherrie Norman daughter Stancll. Cliff Griffis. and James
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST BETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH The Church is God's appointed in this world :.
of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Norman agency
Sunday School. 10 'a. m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a.m.: Morn- America in its early/ days depended on the r
Norman and Eddie Stanch "Magical Moments of Love"was ::1: for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stan the title of a 'brief addressby Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser-. Ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening. of His demand for man to respond to that I love byloving "GOOD BOOK" for its guide in ethics wor 1
cll, were crowned king and Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor of vices (Booster Band, YoungPeople Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer his Without this grounding in t the #f'S
queen of the first Sweetheart ,the church. Mrs. ;Sue Norman and Prayer Service). 6 Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday :::'::: love of God neighbor.no government or society or way of tile' ship and pursuit l of( feedom. These early gains :;:j::
Evening Worship. 7 p. m. r::
p. m. .Rev. J. C. Nesters, pastor.
Banquet of !the Grace Bap.tistChurch read scripture.Bed Midweek Service. Wednesday 1: will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold are now in danger of falling and we need to y$

Feb. 14.SUPPCT.on Griffis Loop Friday. hand and decorated white centerpiecesand Valentine 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers. D. D., MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL, :::1 so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from turn all America once again to God and His {
:: a selfish point of view, one should support the Church ;
pastor Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday :: :
was served and games cards were used to decorate the
were played during the evening. supper tables.Eightyone Grace Baptist 1 Church School, L1:00: a. m. Morning ':: for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. word. America can be strong only' when each

A "womanless wedding" skit young people from Sunday School 10:00: A. M. Worship 6:00: p. m. Training : levond that, however every person should uphold individual' /looks to God for strength. :{
was presented by Bob Brown Grace Baptist and Bethel Bap- Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor :: and participate in the Church because it tells the truth ::::

Joe Faulk Andrew Griffis Carl tist' Churches participated- Training Union 6:00 P. M. .ship. : : about man's life, death and destiny; the truth whichclone ATTEND CHURCH ::::
----- Evening Worship 11:00: A. M. Wednesday::30 Prayer Ser :=.1: will set him free to live as a child of God. ::::
Prayer Meeting Wednesday vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday ,
:: C<"._ AN...... ::::
7:30: P. M. night-1:00: .p. m. Family night ;: ft
Alfred J. Kendrick Gibson
CompeauAlfred Rev. Virgil Lovett. Pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF .;[i ///1/1/1/1111\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\/ / / / / / I I I I I I \ \ \ \ \ 1111 1111I

J. Compeau 67, of Kendrick Gibson 18, of Lake
Brooker died Saturday morn- Butler was fatally injured In LATTER-DAY SAINTS t
((416 East Call St.)
Ing in a Starke hospital afteran an automobile accident near FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
.Priesthood 8:45: ;
extended Illness. He was Lake City last Friday night. He STARKE Services:
born In Michigan on Dec. 26, was born in Lake City on April Sunday. March 9 Sunday Sunday School 10:00: ; Sacra }I I II
1901, and .had lived .in the 25, 1950, and was employed by School. 9:45: ; Morning Worship. ment 11:00: Branch President, f
Brooker area for several Aero Corporation. "Thyatlra. the Dean Hansen 9646278.
11: sermon. 4''' ,
years. He was a member of Surviving are his parents Church Growing In Works." Intermediate : .r '
the Baptist! Church. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson GA meets with Mrs. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Suruvivlng are his widow Es. Jr.; four brothers. Terry Ruth Reynolds Immediately CHURCH ::.I <<
telle Compeau of Brooker; four Wayne Bobby and John; three after Morning Worship. Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training ::: f
brothers. Earl Leo Floyd and sisters, Penny Ann Diane and Union 6:15.: Evening Wor Union 10:15: a.m. Morning ::.
Raymond Compeau; and three Belinda Gibson, all of Lake ship., 7:30: ; sermon. "The Bless- Worship 11 a. m. Evening Woo-: ;:::
sisters, Mrs. Edna IMeloohe. Butler; .his maternal grandmother edness of the Godly Man." ship 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer ::i.:\ HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE f#
Mrs. Rose Sovle and Mrs. /Mrs Mattie Swafford. Monday. March 10 Trustees ServIce. Wednesday. 7:30: p. c::;:.. FAULKNER \
Flora Cornell all of Michigan. Huntsville Ala., and paternal meeting 5 p.m. Youth Choir 7; m. Come let us worship together. :j:: SERVICE rr ,
Funeral services were held at grandmother Mrs. Minnie Gibson Lottie Moon group meets at -Rev. Allen Price, pastor f i;.!.[1 GULF SERVICE

2 p.m. Konday In the Brooker of Bradford County. church 7:30.: SMYRNA MISSIONARY :;j::f r Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph 964-7231 #M
Baptist Church with Rev. James Funeral services were held at Tues. March 11 Junior BAPTIST CHURCH ::::: ANDUHAUL ,
Temple officiating. Intermentwas 2 p.m. Wednesday at the graveside Choir. Sunbeams. 3:30: p.m. Pri- 633 W Pratt St. Sunday ser- :: Tire Tru-ing 1
In Dedan Cemetery with in McKinney Cemeterywith 4:15. Ethel!
Choir. GA's. : RENTALS ai
mary vices: Sunday School 10 a. m. :r rPreaching
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Rev. Fred Dodd officiating. Biggs group meets at home of :=:: Headlight Adjusting i
11 a. m. Training :j ,
.
:In charge. Arrangements were In Roberts. Brown. I
Mrs. Marilyn Union 3:45: p. m. Evening Wore :;::1 Truck Trailer Brake Service
charge of DeWitt C. Jones at home of
meets ;
lee group ship 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. ::: !i {

Day Of PrayerTo Funeral. home MM.Wed.T.. B.March Harding.12 -7:30: Training p.m. -Elder A. G. Flynn pastor |.j jFIRST .:: Complete Lubrication -'_-'U., Wheel Balance and I
0
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Be Held At Union Directors Meeting 6 p.m. : Minor Tune-Ups Alignment
MRS. J. L. STRICKLANDDIES Church CHRISTIAN CHURCH \:: 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
Christian ChurchThis IN TAMPA Prayer Meeting. 7 p.m. Sunday Service: Sunday; ::::: 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE '
7:45.
Choir Practice. : :
Mrs. J. L. Strickland formerly Associations School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship : Hiway 301 and 100
:
March 15-
Sat..
Hill died Feb. 18. 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser PHONE 964.5899 All Minor '
of Clay Repairs
year's World Day of Youth Night. Heilbronn Baptist ::: 310 S. Temple Starke
6:30 Midweek Ser :
of her daughter. vice : p. m.
at the home "
Prayer will be held at 10 a.m. '
Church. 7:30: pan.W.
Friday March 7, In the First Mrs. Joann Lang in Tampa A. Hogan jastor.) vice Wednesday 7:15: p. m. ::f 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
-
Christian Church with women where She had lived for the -Charles Reese minister 1\\; STARKE BUILDERS j

from St. Mark's Episcopal past several years. :j
HIGHWAYBAPTIST
Church First United Methodist She was the widow of Rev. HAYLESS CHURCH :1 LAWSON :- :
Church First Christian Church Jim Strickland former pastorof FIRST UNITED METHODIST ; SUPPLIES, Inc. i

and First Prebyterlan Church the Long Branch BaptMt STARKE Sunday School. JO *jn. Prej i;j tii: MEAT MARKET
participating in the program. Church where funeral services Sunday -church School. 9:43: acting Services: at 11. Training ::::: Featuring: Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC. I
Sponsored by Church Women were held at 2 p.m. Friday: am. Morning Worship 11, Union, 6 p.m.'Evening Service :5::: AND COLD STORAGE r
United this day will mark the Feb. 22.Mrs. MYF Snack Supper, 6 p.m.; 7. Midweek Prayer (Meeting. :<:: Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 ::::'
time when millions of women Strickland was a former MYP meetings 6:30: Evening Wednesday. 7:30.: Everyone :wel> :j:::: We Specialize In Custom SlaughterIng ::::
will further close the gaps-- correspondent for The Telegraph Worship 7:30.: come. Rev. George E. Cro- I#:: and Sporting Goods 11 A 1"...1. to 2 P. M. :{ i
national racial economic and writing the Long Branch MondayJunior Girl Scouts well pastor. ::: Cutting and Wrapping- :
,
religious All women that In the divide communityare people. news Items for many years. 3:15: ; Circle 2. 3:30: Methodist jj:i 1 "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Freeze ;:}f ft. ; i..
(Men's club 7. t..:
Invited. 'l'uesdayClrcI.e6 4 and 5. 10 HAMPTON CHRISTIAN i;!! 219 Washington St. 964-5270 }1j
QUARTERLY SING '11 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEPhone r
a.m. Junior Girl Scouts. 3:15.: CHURCH ] >>
,:X-H-X::::::::::::::::::::::%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: AT EVERGREEN BAPTISTThe Wesleyan Service Guild. 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -. i 964-7059

11\ : Quarterly Sing will beheld Wednesday-Circles: 1 and 3. Worship at 11. Evening i j! U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600< if
:::: GLASS I Iij :: Saturday. March 8, at 10 a.m. Younger Children's Worship. 7:30.: -- Rev. Carl :;'::: PALMETTO STREET c::
Evergreen Baptist Church. Choir Rehearsal. 3 Prayer Clarke pastor :|;.*
p.m.
.: FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors ::1 :
Highway 125, FLORIDA
starting at 7:30: -
::::' :: Meeting and Bible Study. 7:30. d :1@@
::
:
:::1 :: p.m. Everyone Invited. Come Thwsdaychancel Choir Re- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i r DAD & BRAD SALES
and bring your .singers. Refreshments HAMPTON ::
m FOR EVERY PURPOSE 8 will be served. hearsal.Friday 7:45-: Older p.m. Children Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning :: EST MODULAR HOMES BRADFORD COUNTY ;li

s 11 SHEA'S 1 Choir Saturday Rehearsal- 3:30:Confirmation pjn. Union.Worship 6:30.: Wednesday at 11. Training night j i i ONTROL TELEGRAPH j

EVERGREEN BAPTIST Class. 1C am Prayer Meeting. 7:30: followed J;... 24-Ft.. Wide rf

?a 1 GLASS CO. 1 i Highway 125, Nojfl\W63t\( -DeWitt T. Farabee pastor. by choir practice. Starke Nurs j 44 & CIIUIIW Also 12-Ft. Wide OFFICE SUPPLiEs rf
Lawtey Sunday School lOam .' ing Home service, 2:45: p. m. 1 I
x'1: 372-431S I 372-4353 1 8: Morning Worship. 11:15.: Sun' Jordan Missionary Baptist! -Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. j I. MOBILE HOMES TYPEWRITERS #}'f
;::: 1313 N.W. 4th Place :::: day Night Service, 6:30.--Rev: Mission
<:: Gointsvlll ::$ R. L, Bennett pastor (Back Of Tastee Freeze) CALVARY BAPTIST :}! 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers ADDING!;MACHINES
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::; : Sunday School 9:45.: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning : '
Morning Worship 11:00. Worship 11 a. m. Training ;s..s Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights PRINTING OF. ALL, KINDS

Evening Worship. 7:00: p.m. Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Service : and Lake Geneva-Ph, 473.4320 \
Inspections and, Estimates ;1 1rY
7:30. Wednesday .
Prayer Service Wed. 7:30p. : : Prayer Meeting.
m. LeRoy; Olive Pastor. 7:30: p. m-Rev. R. H. :
AZALEASIN Butler pastor: : I

WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
MADISON STREET' DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH rY EDWARDSGrocery .

BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER CO. I
Opportunities for service: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning and .Market
1 GAL. CANS Sunday March 9 Sunday Worship 11 a. m. Training ."
School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed I It
1000 TOCHOOSE 11. Youth Choir Practice 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway :
75'OPEN 4:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship pastor. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

FROM 6:15.Supper.: WMU 5:45.: Prayer Training Circle.Union 7:15.: CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH HOLINESS I BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards
>> .
Evening Worship. 7:30.: Sunday School. 10 am 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
Tues., March: 11 -RA meet- '
SUNDAYLATCHSTRING ing 6:30: p.m Mission Action Worship Evening Service Service 11 7 p.m.a. nt. Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph 964.6881 PHONE 964-5312
Group. 7:30.: Bible Study Group .
Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer
NURSERY 7:30.: Meeting.Thursday. t CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
Wednesday March 12 -Prayer Night Prayer Meat-, = ,
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Church
ROUTE 26 MELROSE, FLA. Choir Practice 8:30. Deacon tog In church 7:3: pjn. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better
Youth '
Service Friday night
.
Visitors Meeting 8:30.Thursday: 7:30 pm.Ivy. Electrically"-Keystone Heights Phone 473-4911
WelcomePae .March 13 Son i
Luke Pastor
beams and OA.... 3:30: pjn.

8 Denton SuumraD, pastor. h '-"ct'... ...,. ; ::;(I'o -1CI :::::.',:-,,"'';,,o---,,.:....:.";';'<_9;_"_'_.....'..;......,.......,...,;".................................
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I OOp s1OR s ) These Specials: Prices Good thru Wed., March 12th


of

Mike Rhoden6th CANNED GOODS

Naval AlternateTo AcademyMichael s i: I SALE


Earl Rhoden son of 1 F
(Mr. and Mis. Earl Rhoclnn of TET- 32-oa.LIBBY TOMATO 13-o .LIBBY WBUTTERJuice..4l
the State Farm has ben:! selected
sixth alternate for an appointment Peas. 4/l
to the United States .
Naval Academy from the Second 1
Congressional District. ': 34-01.LIBBY BEEF 12-o .LIBBY W/BUTTER PEAS a

School.He for Rhoden at was. Union Is notifed an 18-year-old of County his appoint.High sen Maxwell House Stew. 2/$ 1 Carrots 4/$ 1

anent by U. S. Rep. Don Fuqua.LAWTEY '
1S'A-0 LIBBY
CORNED BEEF
32-oz.LIBBY SAUER-

.I CAN LB. 5 j. Hash 39* K ut 1

. ra 3$1I
Limit 1 Colf..f Your Choice with $5.00 or Mart Purchose Excluding CigarettesAstor .
3V-o.LIBBY POTTED 11-oa.LIBBY W/TOMATO MOLASSES DARK BROWN

.I By E&ca"Blancbard" Coffee LB. 49; Beans..8lJkfcBJ :

FIRE
VOLUNTEER
DEPT. ORGANIZEDThe -oa.Com CHEK ALL .. 6-Pk. """.OLD MILWAUKEE 4-...LIBBY VIENNA No.303 Can LIBBY WHOLE KERNEL

Lawtey first Volunteer meeting Fire of Depart the Drinks / Sausage5/l
ment was held In Knight's Restaurant Beer 99 Corn..5/$1
at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday. . .
Feb. 25. and the following offi- No.3O3 Con LIBBY CREAM STYLE 14-oa.LIBBY
cers were elected: M. M. Jor Q'.DEEP SOUTH..Llmif 1 mayonnalto your choico w/55.00 or moro purcho.o excluding cigarette.

Johnson SecretaryTreasurer dan. Chief local; forester Charles; James Knight Councilman S.- MAYONNAISE 39* f -?/$ Catsup 5/$1

Robert Scott and H. E. . ..
LillY WHOLE KERNEL / .. .
N 303 Can LIMY 1.1. FRUIT

Priest.Hobbs.Members Spurgeon Directors.present Massey.were Frank D. E. ( ) Corn 4/$1 1 cockta.i4/i

Boatwrlght H. Christensen. Oil' MAYONNAISE I 49 . .
Marvin J.
Hewcomb. Rosier.
.
W. Barber and Arnold Q. No.303 Can LIBBY GARDEN SWEET No.2'/i',CAN LIBBY SLICED a HALVES YCMeat..8l
Smith. COLD MEDAL,.limit 1 w/SS.OO or moro purchase oxclud.cigarette* PINEBREEZI OR."A" FRESH ....ALL WHITE MEDIUM.
They planned to have a boothat Peas. 5/$1 1

where and the Cokes.they Bradford They will also sell County hot discussed dogs" FLOUR 5-49* EGGS 2 DOZ. $1 I. Peaches3/l

to raise more money for
ways Giant Siie ARROW WHITE ILUI or COLD WATER...Limit 1 w/S.OO ar moro purchar..xcluding cigarettes
necessary expenses and to obtain -

The a next fire truck.meeting win be BOB WHITE SLICED
held at Knight's Restaurant at 'DETERGENT 49
7:30: p.m. Tuesday. March 10. . .
(CHURCH ACTIVITIES

Sunday Grace School.United 9:45: Methodist a.m.; Worship GIANT AJAX "2" 69
11 a.m.. and 7:30: p.m.:
Choir Practice Wednesday 7
followed MYF. BACON
by
p.m.. First Baptist -Sunday School USDA Choice Beef Specials
9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 a. m and LB.
7:30: p.m.. Training Union 6:30: USDA Choico W-D Brand Corn F.dIOn.I..Round USDA Choic.W-D Brand Corn Fed Pot
p.m. Midweek services Wednesday -
7:30: p.m. STEAK. LB.994 ROAST .LB.694
Church of God (Sunday .
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. YPE Wed USDA Choico W-D Brand Corn Fed Chuck USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed California

nesday Highland 7:30: p.m.Baptist Church- ROAST. LB.59' ROAST. 79*
Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.; Wor- LB' HARVEST
tvMp 1 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m.. Prayer -
USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Top Round USDA ChokeW-DBrandCornFedSonel..Chuck'
p.m.meeting Wednesday 7:30: 1W' FRESH
51.19
PERSONALS STEAK .IB.,
.Friends of Mr and Mrs. P.
L. Dinkina are pleased to have
USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Round Bono Sh'Id FRESH FIRM HEADS FRESH CRISP ALLPURPOSE
after spending USDA Choico W-D Brand
them back with us
the winter with! !their chil < i1Lb.
fIir9 2 39 69
dren. ROAST LBCabbage HEADS Apples..5 BAG
Mr.. and (Mrs. Robert Jarmlns .
Of Fairfax Va. announced the BASKET SALAD U.S.No.1 RUSSET BAKING
arrival of a son. This makes USDA ChoiceW-D Brand USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Boneless' Ct

Mr.great-great and Mrs.grandparents.Mr. Charles Shuford. fIr:29: 98Tomatoes 2/49* Potatoes 10<:79*

and Mrs. Terry Futch .
and BOn were dinner guests of Cello Bag YOUNG TENDER FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
Miss Elizabeth Terry on Tues- USDA Choico USDA Choice W-D Brand E-Carve Oven-Ready RIB < *
day of last week. Carrots. 2 LB. 25 Corn. 5 EARS 49
Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. iR'OIj':49': ROAST $1.09 BAG . .
Ruth Barthlow attended the
r funeral of their sister.Mrs. Roy FLA.JUICY GRAPE. U.S.No. YELLOW(S-Lb. Bag...39')
Roberts In West Palm Beach USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Tender Cubed W-D Brand Beef Short BeefSTEAK LB. LB.
Thursday of last week. They Fruit..5 494 Onions..3 33
: Were accompanied by Mr. and 11.39 RIBS -59* BAG BAG
Mrs. Joe Dorko. Another sister
. YOUNG TENDER POLE Pint FRESH STRAW-
Gilchrist, of Bruns
Mrs. LJnnie
wick Ga.. returned with them USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Boneleet' Sirloin Tip Brand ) Beans..2Quantity 49 Berries. 289Cello *
for a visit with Mrs. Wells and LBS.

spent E.other B.members the Wells weekend of Huntsville.of the with family.Ala.his. STEAK $ s W-B.89:: : : .

mother. FROZEN FOOD
Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday March 6 1 2WINNDIXIE
Mr. and Mrs. Wisner and her ,_ ...
RIPE : "o"n. INC COPYHIOHT '
Harris-
4 mother. Mrs. Ware of TASTE O'SEA PERCH
tourg. Pa., attended service at

the Methodist Church on Sun Dinners......... 39

Q day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. E. Priest TASTE 0' SEA HADDOCK FLOUNDER OR BREADED
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. *
Ernest Williams In Wellborn. LB. Perch Steaks ,....2 LBS 99
I.. : and Mrs. George Summertin of .QUARTS RICH'SCoffee
Lake City. who was visitingthe
Williams family. Rich 2/l.
Mrs. O.J. Anders spent the

:::.. yUle first of with last Mrs.week,Johnny in Jackson Jenkins ..'.... .. ._..... ................. .................................. B-ot.OCOMA OR MORTON
'r and children and visited! Mr. EXTRA ; EXTRA EXL Meat Pies 5/l.

'.,- he Jenkins underwent in the surgery.hospital where '' II d7- ( GREEN STAMPS I I w JfA TN IM-GREEN..?.C.WON STAMPS M........4 Of / I d7( SSlJf? /!!? ? ; BIRDSEYE MORTON FAMILY SIZE CASSEROLE( / )
;==: .. ON*WO.ZANY an A
; and Mrs. R. E. Lee via '
Mr. LI AH al< W O ORANO OUICIC ritOIBN YOUNG Macaroni..2/89
lied her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ground Beef QUICK PROZIN mtir .ROAO.O.R..no ; COOL WHIP
O. L. Peterson In Arlington 0000 THHU MARCH II ', Steak.-- I [ OOOO THAU TURKEY MARCH II MORTON MEATDinners
Sunday. #gg ___e________
j Mr. and Mrs. Monao Tatum ................ 2/89
and Mrs. Pearl Booker spent "" "
EXTRA

;: Sunday erts. Mrs.with Booker Mrs. remained George Rob-for EXTRA.4.dx W.YYN GREEN fWl..STAMPS W?.d.M I I EXTRA.dvi. --GREEN v.n.iaY...STAMPS.W........N 'f' ( I d71 M."w..I.GREEN STAMPS W N4M4 M 1:, 2 $1 10-01.ASTORBaby Limas 4/$1.
,
: a visit. TWO. CHIP eoy.An.occAO PRO. or W.D .YUTNf.FLLa
t Miss Sandra Hinton and MIss [on C Mx.a CNOM.O./I ; j Devil Crabs
Pizza Pies SteakettesOOOO 1o-oa.IIR1Y's
< .Rachel Hobbs of Waldo Bob 'S"r'i" ,.. 4OOD THMU MARCH IIas
Ken Burlington Terry..of of Alberta.California Canada, and 1 +FBt aOOO THHU, MARCH., I* pea ... ,THHU. ....MARCH..... I* ,L # Gr. Peas... 5l.March .

were Sunday visitors of :Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders
and family spent Sunday with '
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. *
. Mrs. O. J. Phillips Danny owaa.N I I / '
Phillips and David Scott were .TMAM
: Sunday: visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. S.P. Redd la Macon, Ga.

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Sunday School. 10 a. m. :Mom- 8TARK&
Ing Worship, 11 'a. m. and 7, p.
m.Rev.. Fred Johns, pastor Sunday service*: Holy EuefUMist. : 11
Groundbreaking Ceremonies Held 8:30: a.m. Church School. {: I
NEW RIVER BAPTIST 9:45.: Family Service 11. (Holy >:
For Evergreen Baptist, Church Sunday School 10 ,a. m. Morning Eucharist t and 3rd Sunday. f:> i
Worship 11 a. m. Training Morning Prayer. 2nd and 4tb i: \\\\\A\ \ I1i//////Z' -/ W

Groundbreaking ceremonies. Cecil Crawford Sr., and Fisher Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship, Sunday :::: ,... f.
for the new Evergreen Baptist Gasklns. 8 p. m. Wednesday night service Wednesday .'' : ,,-:
Church were held at 3 p.m. The pastor Rev. R. L. Ben !, 7:30: ( p. m. Everyone wel- 7:30: pjn.. Lenten Service. ::ti ADI l' Y rI /
Sunday March 2, at the. new nett read .scripture'fr m the come.-, L. Parker, pastor. J".. Thames St ia.b. Rector :s:::
church site on State Road 125 16th Chapter of Matthew and ;;i I
northwest of Lawtey. gave a prayer of thanks for the CHURCH OF CHRIST GOOD
Pictured above are member successful building drive. Sunday: Bible Study 10 of the Building Committee. About 50 members of the Morning Worship and Communion 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke-. :;:::
turning the first spades of dirt. church attended the groundbreaking Service, 11 a. m. Evening Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship ::
From left: Earl Mosl/ey/ Cecil ceremonies.. services, 6:00.Wednesday Services' 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.. ::::
Crawford Jr.. J. B. Gasklne. The closing prayer was by Worship service 7, m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30: > :::: I
Louln -Redding. Clyde Griffis. Cecil Crawford ..Jr.Sweethearh p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. p. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouo>pe, :::: BOOK
:pastor. ::::
BAPTIST :::: .,
NORTIISIDE
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Schedule! of .services: Sunday (Highway 100( at Theressa. ) :::: .>,.:.:.
School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor Sunday School 10 a. m. :: ::::
ship. 10:45: a. m. Training. UnIon Morning Wor.sh1p-ll a. m. :::: .

6:45: p. m. Evening Service, Training Union.-6:30: p. m. ::::
7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer Service, Evening WOI'ship-7:15: p. m. :: :::0:
t' .d Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer Services ::::
-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle ::: i

FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday PacKham pastor. c
School, 9:45: a. m. rf
Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Prac OF STARKE >
tice. Wednesday 8 p. m. West Weldon St. and Raiford rte:::

Rev. Robert D. Burch Road #..r \NTI/f
v s Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. ::., -j/
RAIFORD BAPTIST CIIURCH 11:00: :a. in. Iol1inJVol'sMp: ; {:::}
Schedule of services: SundaySchool 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: ::::
10( a. m. Warship 11 a. p. m. Evangelistic Services. :c::;: / .;
m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Union Wednesday: 7:00: :p.m. MidWeek :rti::: % r

6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack Prayer. ; Meeting. s::
At Grace Baptist Banquet Stolte, ;pastor. Pastor: T. E. CUley ;cy: aflN
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Miss Sherrle Norman daugh Stancil. Cliff Griffis.. and James ;
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH The Church is God's appointed in this world
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Norman. agency
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Sunday. School 10 'a. m. Mora- MornIng :::: America in ,its early I days depended on the
School 10
Norman and Eddie Stand], "Magical Moments of Love" Sunday a.m.; for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and ;t
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stan- was the title of a ,brief address Ing Worship 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening! :::: of His demand for man to respond to that love by "GOOD BOOK" for its guide in ethics, worship i
vices (Booster Band, Young ::'::
cil were crowned king and by Rev. Virgil Lovett, pastor of Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer his Without this grounding in the \
neighbor.
of the first Sweetheart People, and Prayer Service), 8 Meeting, 7:30: ( p. m.; Wednesday :::: loving and pursuit of f feedom. These early gains ::;:
the church. Mrs. Sue Normanread
queen ; love of God of life
no government or society or way
Worship, 7 p. m. ::
p. m. Evening -.Rev. J. C. Heaters pastor ::
Banquet of the Grace Baptist scripture. Midweek Service. Wednesday :rf: will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold are now in danger falling\ and we need to

Feb.Church 14.SUPPCT.on Griffis Loop Friday. Red hand and decorated white centerpiecesand Valentine 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D., MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL 1; so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from turn all America once again to God and Hit f::
pastor.. Sunday-9:45: a. m. SundaySchool :::: a selfish point of view, one should support the Church
was served and games cards were used to decorate the
were played during the evening. supper tables.Eightyone Grace Baptist Church 11:00: a. m. Morning yk for the sake of the welfare of himself and his: family word. America can be strong only when each ?

A "womanless wedding" skit young people from Sunday School 10:00: A. M. Worship 6:00: p. m. Training ::c leyond that, however, every person should uphold indiuidual looks to God /for strength :rand ::;
was presented:' by Bob Brown Grace Baptist and Bethel Bap. Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- :.53slhlp. ::.: participate in the Church because it tells the truth {::
Joe Faulk Andrew Griffls Carl t'st' Churches participated. Training Union 6:00: P. M. :gi::: about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which ATTEND CHURCH ::::
Evening Worship 11:00: A. M. Wednesday-7:3U: PrayeaSer- ::j: ''f::
: alone will set him free to live as a child of God. .:..:.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 1st and 3rd Wednesday ::g::
vices : CCol....A...e.... 1 11111111 :;: '
Alfred 7:30: P. M. night-1:00: ;p. m. Family night :g'::
J. Kendrick Gibson .
Compeau Rev. Virgil Lovett Pastor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 8:::.:::.: / / / / / / I I'I I I I 1M I I \111111FAULKNER \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \\ \\\ \\ ..

Alfred J. Compeau, 67, of Kendrick Gibson, 18, of Lake OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS :S::: ::
Brooker died Saturday morn- Butler, was fatally injured In :.:.:.:.
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((416 East. Call St.) g-:: ..
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Ing in a Starke hospital afteran an automobile accident near J1RST BAPTIST CHURCH :': ::
extended illness. He was Lake City last Friday night. He Services: Priesthood 8:45: ; ::
STARE ;;1;
\ 10:00 Sacrament !g:?
School : ; :
born In Michigan on Dec. 2(5( was born in Lake City on April Sunday, March 9 Sunday Sunday ........
President, ;::::
Branch g
1901, and .had lived .in the 25, 1950. and was employed by School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship 11:00: :::
Brooker area for several Aero Corporation. 11; sermon "Thyatlra. the Dean Hansen 964-6278. :::::;' ;. F ,. ".. ,, 1
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years. lIe was a. member of Surviving are his parents, Church Growing In Works." Intermediate ::
the Baptist! Church. Mr and Mrs. Henry Gibson GA meets with Mrs. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST :: ;f
Suruvlvlng are his widow Es- Jr.; four brothers\ Terry, Ruth Reynolds Immediatelyafter CHURCH :+: ...
,telle Compeau of Brooker; four Wayne, Bobby and John; three Morning Worship. Train- Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training 1 g:;:
brothers Earl. Leo, Floyd and sisters Penny Ann Diane, and ing Union 6:15.: Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. ;Morning! :g:::: "
Raymond Compeau; and three Belinda Gibson, all of Lake s.hip. 7:30: ; sermon "The Bless- Worship! 11 a. m. Evening Worship :g::! ::-:
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sisters Mrs. Edna Melo&he, Butler; his maternal grandmother edness of the Godly Man." 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer :g::: HURST SHELL STARKE 66"SERVICE
Mrs. Rose Sovie and Mrs. /Mrs. Mattle Swafford Monday March 10 Trustees!! Service Wednesday 7:30: p. ::g:::
Flora Connell. all of Michigan. Huntsville, Ala., and paternal meeting. 5 p.m. Youth Choir, 7; m. Come let us worship together. ::: SERVICE
Funeral services were held at grandmother Mrs. Minnie Gibson Lottie Moon group meets at -Rev. Allen Price pastor i.:.;:. GULF SERVICE

2 p.m. Monday in the Brooker of Bradford County. church 7:30.: ( SMYRNA: MISSIONARY :>:j::: Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 j|
Baptist Chinch with Rev. James Funeral services were held at Tues. March 11 Junior BAPTIST CHURCH :g:::: AND -
Temple officiating Intermentwas 2 p.m. Wednesday at the graveside Choir, Sunbeams 3:30: p.m. Primary 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- :g:::: Tire Tru-ing a
In Dedan Cemetery with in McKinney Cemeterywith Choir GA's. 4:15.: Ethel f:: HAUL RENTALS
10
vices: Sunday School a. m. g'j
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Rev. Fred Dodd officia- Biggs group meets at home of Preaching 11 a. m. Training :igUnUwi ::r: Headlight Adjusting
In charge. ting. Arrangements were In Marilyn Roberts Brown, :: Truck Trailer
Mrs. 5:45: p. m. Evening Wor' :ig: Brake Service
charge of DeWitt C. Jones at home of
meets Ii
lea group ::
ship 7 p. n1. Everyone welcome :;-g:
Funeral Home. Mrs. T. B. Harding. 7:30: p.m. Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and ..
Day Of PrayerTo Training -Elder A. G. Flynn pastor gj .,,,_u,
Wed., March 12 : --'
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Be Held At Union Directors Meeting, 6 p.m. ij' Minor Tune-Ups Alignment
MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH :: 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
Church
DIES IN TAMPA Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Sunday Service: Sunday :ig:: 1011 N. Temple Avenue SERVICE
Christian ChurchThis PROMPT ROAD
Mrs. J. L. Strickland former Choir Practice 1S-.As6oc1at1onal 7:45.: School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship :ig::: Hiway 301 and 100

lY of Clay Hill died Feb. 18. Sat., March 10:45: a. m. Evening Service f.::: PHONE 964-5899 AU Minor Repairs '
year's World Day of Youth Night, Heilbronn Baptist :: 310 S. Temple I Starke
rgi r
Midweek S
6:30 :
home of her daughter : p. m.
at the
Prayer will be held at ]10 a.m. .
Church, 7:30: p.m.w. :
7:15 gi: 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
In vice Wednesday : p. m. -
Tampa
Mrs. Joann Lang :
Friday, March 7, In the First A. Hogan, pastor.) c:
minister S::
Christian Church with women where she had lived for the Charles Reese : STARKE BUILDERS
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from St. Mark's Episcopal past several years. 111
Church, First United Methodist She was the widow of Rev. B&YLESSmGBWA CHURCH f of a LAWSON I
;BAPTIST ij| Inc.
Church First Christian Church Jim Strickland former pastorof FIRST UNITED METHODIST' .... SUPPLIES, i
and First Prebytertan Church the Long Branch Baptist STARKE Sunday School JO *Jn. Pre. :ig:::; MEAT MARKET
participating in the program. Church where funeral services SundayChurch School. 9:45: aching Services rat 11. Training :igUnion. ::: Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC.
Sponsored by Church Women were held at 2 p.m. Fridar. a.m. Morning Worship 11. ; 6 j>jn."Evening Service. 8:: AND COLD STORAGE :: I
United, this day will mark the Feb. 22.Mrs. MYF Snack Supper, 8 p.m.; 1;. Midweek Prayer {Meeting :g:::: Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 ::::' l
time when millions of Strickland was a former' : We Specialize in Custom Slaughtering ; :;:::
women :MYF meetings 6:30; Evening Wednesday, 7:30.: Everyone wel-: g::3::: f! :t
will further close the gaps- correspondent for The Telegraph Worship 7:30.: come. Rev. George E. Orogi::ti and Sporting Goods 11 A. M." to 2 P. M. :'
national, racial, economic and > writing the Long Branch :MoodayJunior Girl Scouts. waG, paetor. g::: Cutting and Wrapping ::-:)

religious women that In the divide community people.All ;. news Items for many years. 3:15: ; Circle 2, 3:30: ; Methodist< :::.:::. "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Freeze k
(Men's Club. 7.
are invited.risLAssni. QUARTERLY SING TuesdayCircles 4 and 5, 10 HAMPTON; CHRISTIAN :S;:; 219 Washington St. 964.5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEPhone n
a.m. Junior Girl Scouts. 315.: CHURCH jij:
::::::::: :::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: ::::: AT EVERGREEN BAPTISTThe Wesleyan Service Guild, 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- ::S:;::: 964-7059 \
::; ::: Quarterly Sing will beheld Wednesday-Circles 1 and 3. ins Worship at 11. Evening &: U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600
Saturday March 8, at 10 a.m. Younger Children's Worship 7:30.: -- Rev. Carl :::: PALMETTO STREET : ;

jj; ;;; Evergreen Baptist Church, Choir Rehearsal 3 p.m. Prayer Clarke pastor. :.:.:.:.
gI
:g FOR EVERY PURPOSE
.. Highway 125, starting at 7:30: FLORIQA -
730. ;j
and Bible study :
;I;;: Mirrors :f i ig ;;; and p.m.bring Everyone your singers.Invited.Refresh Come Meeting Thursdaychancel Choir Rehearsal FIRST HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH f.:::; DAD & BRAD SALES : >

7:45: p.m. EST BRADFORD COUNTY f'f
\ FOR EVERY PURPOSESHEA'S ;8 ments will be served. Friday Older Children's Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn :: MODULAR HOMES it

i 1; I:: Choir Saturday Rehearsal-, 3:30:Confirmation pm. ing Union.Worship fi:30.: Wednesday at 11. Training night :::::::: ONTROL TE EGRAPH' \\

EVERGREEN BAPTIST Class 10 am Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed :::}:: \: 24-Ft. Wide ;

1 1 GLASS CO. 1g 11 Lawtey.Highway Sunday 12.5, School N2tth\'Cut lOa,in ef.r DfiWltt T. Farabee pastor. ing by choir Home practice.service,Starke 2:45: p.Nurs m. :::: & CJIIMIW 0' Also 12-Ft.Wide OFFICE SUPPLIES ..1.ti j

f;;: 372-4115 172-4351 ;gig Night 11:15.: S ; Jordan Missionary! Baptist -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. }?::3. MOBILE HOMES TYPEWRITERS U
:: II13 N.W. 4th Plea :::! day Service, 6:30.--Rev.. Mission ::3

ff, Gainesville :::::: R. L. Bennett pastor.AZALEAS. (Back Of Taste& Freeze) CALVARY BAPTIST'; 539 E. Call St Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers ADDINGMACHINES;
!t ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*: Sunday School 9:45. Sunday School 10 'a. m. Morn- }::} ::

Morning Worship 11:00.: 'i:'hg Worship 11 a. m. TrainingUnion 1}j Phone 964-5745 for FREE. Keystone Heights PRINTING OF. ALLi KINDS ,. :{.;::-:
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. 6:30( p. m. Evening Ser f.
and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 \
Prayer Service Wed. 7:30p. : ,ice, 7:3: (). Prayer Meeting, Wed. Inspections .
m.-LeRoy Olive Pastor. nesday, 7:30: p. m--Rev. R. H. ::.:
Butler pastor. i I
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MADISON STREET' DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDS '

BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER 3 CO. '
Opportunities for service: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning .ti:: Grocery and .Market
IN 1 GAL. CANS Sunday March 9 Sunday, Worship, 11 a. m. Training :::3 ;
School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Wor- Union 6:30( p. m. Evening& Service f: Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed ,
1000 TOCHOOSE 'r ship 11. Youth Choir Practice 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy Conway, ij$ ,
75 4:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship pastor. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

FROM Supper. 5:45.: Training Union. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. i} BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards
6:IS. WMU Prayer Circle. 7:13.: CHURCH .

Evening Worship 7:30.: Sunday School 10 m jn. 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
Tues.. March 11 -RA meet- i
OPEN SUNDAYLATCHSTRING fug 6:30: pin Mission Action Worship Evening Service Service, 11 7 p.m.a. IDe Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312 ,
Group 7:30.: Bible Study Group. .
Tuesday Night, Cottage Prayer
NURSERY 7:30.: tyfcetlng.Thursday. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
Wednesday March 12 -Prayer ,
Night Prayer Me. r
Meeting 7:30: pm. Church
HaUTE 26 MELROSE, FLA. Choir Practice, 8:30.: Deacon' tog in church. 7:3: pan. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better
Youth Service, Friday night! @
Meeting 8:30.Thursday: 7:30 pjn. : Electrically" Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911 1
Visitors Welcome .March 13 Sunbeams >: -
Ivy Luke. Pastor
and OA's, 3:30: pm. 0,
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....... -
Denton SuumraH pastor. Ii.-: --. ( _.... Q J J'O" : ;,.:..".",'..'.._... .' "..._......_. ...."..""........._.....,
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Rhoden6th CANNED GOODS
VIEW

Naval AlternateTo Academy K"R.IUDMR... I

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Michael Earl Rhoden. son of L
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rhod-n of 32-0. TOMATO 13-e.LIBBY WIUTTERSALE
the State Farm has ben: selec-
ted sixth alternate for an appointment Juice..4/l 1 Peas. 4l24o
to the United States .
Naval Academy from the Sec
ond Congressional District. .LIBBY BEEF 12-o1. LI>Br W/BUTTER PEAS A

Rhoden at Union Is an 18-year-old County High senior Stew. 2/$ 1 Carrots 4/ 1

School.He was. notifed of his appoint. Maxwell House $

ment by U. S. Rep. Don Fuqua. '
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15'h-oz.LIllY CORNED BEEF 32-o.LIBBY SAUERJ

.6 v CAN LB. 5 -J Hash 39< K aut 3/$1 1

uiiifBy . r .
LImit 1 Coffee 0'Your Choice' with $5.000'MoN Purchase Excluding' Cigarettes.' B B B BB
uu 3'/' -o[.1IBBY POTTED 14-01.LIBBY W/TOMATO MOLASSES DARK BROWN

.6 VOLUNTEER: EllA FIRE Blanchard" ,.6 I Astor Coffee LB. 49 i& t Meat..8/l Beans..8$112o1. :


DEPT. ORGANIZEDThe .Can CHEK All MAYORS 6-Pk.13-01.OLD MILWAUKEE No.303 Con LIBBY WHOLE KERNEL

ment Lawtey was first Volunteer held meeting In Knight's Fire of Depart-Restaurant the Drinks 15/$1 Beer. 99* Sausage5/$1 Corn 5lQll.

at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday. . .
Feb. 25, and the following officers No.303 Con LI8BY CREAM STYLE 14-OI.UBBY
were elected: M. M. Jor- .DEEP SOUTH..llmM! mayonnaii.your choic.w/$5.0O armor,purchot..eluding' clear.tt.s'

Johnson SecretaryTreasurer dan. Chief local: forester Charles; James Knight.Councilman S. MAYONNAISE 39* Corn 5Catsup! 5/$1

Robert Scott and H. E. .
Priest. Directors. Q... KRAFT((7'OH.limit) 1 m...._,..,"."h.,..w/S.OO or moro......*.excluding, .,...._. 12-01.LIBBY WHOLE KERNEL W/BUTTER No.303 Can UBBY REG HC. FRUIT
Members present were Prank
Hobbs. Spurgcon Massey D, E. < Corn 4Cocktail4l
BoatwrJght. H. Christensen. OH' MAYONNAISE 49 .
Newcomb Marvin Rosier. J. . YN.: :
W. Barber, and Arnold Q. E T No.303 Can SWEET No.2'CAN LIBBY SLICED A HALVES YC
Smith. GOLD MEDAL.LImIP I w/$5.00 or mors purcha..xclvd.djo.tt.' PINEDREEIE OR."A"FRESH FLA.ALL WHITE. '
They planned to have a boothat Peas. 5/$1 Peaches3/l
the Bradford County ? EGGS 2 $ 1. .
where and Cokes.they They will also sell hot discussed dogs FLOURS eAC 49 DOZ.

to raise more money for
ways Giant Sit.ARROW WHITE, BLUE or COLD WATER..LImit 1 w/S.OO or more purcha..xcludinj cigar.ttM
necessary expenses, and to obtain

The a next fire truck.meeting win be DETERGENT 49 BOB WHITE SLICEDBACON
held at Knight's Restaurant at
7:30: p.m. Tuesday, March 10. . .
CHURCH ACTIVITIES DETERGENT
i Grace United Methodist "
\ Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Worship GIANT AJAX 2" 69
i Choir 11 Practice a.m. and Wednesday 7:30: p.m.7p.m. ;

followed by MYF.
First Baptist -Sunday School USDA Choice Beef SpecialsUSDA
9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 a. ra and LB.
7:30: p.m.. Training Union 6:30: Choic W-D Brand Corn Fd Bon.l.M Round USDA Choic W-D Brood Corn'.d Pot

p.m.7:30 Midweek: p.m.services Wednesday STEAK. LB.99* ROAST .LB.69'

Church of God Sunday .
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday F.d Chuck USDA Choic*W-D Brand Corn California

Highland 7:30: p.m.Baptist Church ROAST. 59' ROAST. 79'
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Worship HARVEST)
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.;
6:30 Prayer '
Choir Practice p.m.
USDA Choic*W-D Brand Corn Fd Top Round USDA Choic*W-D Brand Corn F.dlon.l..sChuck
p.m.meeting Wednesday 7:30 ROAST.89* V'FRESH
PERSONALS STEAK 1.19
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. P.
I,. Dinkins are pleased to have
FRESH FIRM HEADS FRESH CRISP ALLPURPO
them back with us after spend- USDA Choic*W-D Brand Corn Fd Club or Sirloin" USDA Choie.W-D Brand Corn Round Ban Sh'Id.

Ing dren.Mr.the and winter(Mrs. with Robert their Jarmlns chil: STEAK H.19 ROAST..89: Cabbage ? HEADS 39 Apples. 5 SAG 69

of Fairfax. Va. announced the l-lb.BASKET SALAD U.S. iw.1 RUSSET BAKINO
arrival of a, son. This makes USDA Choic*W-D Brand Corn Fd T-Bon* USDA Choic.W-D Brand Corn '

Mr.great-great.and and Mrs.Mrs.grandparents.Mr. Charles Terry Shuford.Futch STEAK $1.29 ROAST.: ,IBTomatoes: 2/49* Potatoes 10-B 79<

and son were dinner: guests of Cello Bag YOUNO TENDER FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
Miss Elizabeth Terry on Tues- USDA Choic.W-D Brand Corn FED Bonlu D.lmonico USDA Choic*W-D Brand !-ZCarv.Or.n-R.odyRlS LB. *
day of last week. (arrots..2 25 (orn..5 EARS 49
, Ruth Mrs. Barthlow Mae Wells attended and Mrs.the STEAK 1.49 ROAST $1.09 BAG
Mrs.RoyRoberts FLA.JUICY GRAPE- U.S.No.1 YELLOW(15-L1t.10".39')
funeral of their sister.
In West Palm Beach USDA Cheic.W.DBrand' Corn f.dT.nd.rCub.d W..d..sh..r LB.
Thursday of last week. They Fruit 5 49 Onions..3 33
\' : were accompanied by Mr. and STEAK 51.39 RIBS. 59< . AG BAG
,
Mrs.Joe Dorko. Another sister
. YOUNG TENDER POLE Pint FRESH STRAWUSDAChoic.WDlrandCornF.d -
of Brunswick
(Mrs. Llnnle Oilchrist.
returned with them *
Ga. Bon.l.u' Sirloin Tip Ma B..fSTEAK Beans..2GOLDEN 49 Berries. 2/89
.'. for a visit with Mrs. Wells and .BS. .
other members of the family. Sid W'
E. B. Wells of Huntsville, Ala. &IM B.a9
: spent the weekend with his
FROZEN FOODTASTE
mother. thru Wednesday March'' 6.12
Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Wisner and her .
RIPE TORIS '''C.eOI''GH1'U''''
\ mother. Mrs. Ware of Harris- TASTE 0' SEA PERCHDinners
.*urg. Pa., attended services at
'J.i the Methodist Church on Sun .......... 39

,.\: "' day.Mr.( and Mrs. H. E. Priest TASTE O' SEA HADDOCK,FLOUNDER OR BREADED
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. *
. Ernest Williams In Wellborn LB. Perch Steaks ,....2 "s 99.OUA.TS
," and Mrs. George Summertin of 'SCoffee
.' Lake City. who was visiting
the William family. Rich 2/l.
Mrs. O. J. Anders spent the

..:::. first of with last Mrs.week Johnny in Jacksonville Jenkins ................................ ........................... ......................... ........ B-oi. OCOMA OR MORTON
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t and children and visited Mr. '' EXTRAS : EXTRA EXTRA Meat Pies 5/l.

'..' Jenkins underwent in the hospital where I I JfH_ GREEN... STAMPS. w.tNN I I dy.,,.GREEN. STAMPS I I d71y.Y. MI.M.H.GREEN M MM STAMPS!* MICM.M MON BIRDSEYE MORTON FAMILY SIZE CASSEROLE( / >
lie surgery. WITN **? N.AM**WCMII O* ,
'r Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee visited r j-L..w.a;.. LCAN. X'j.I..W.D..NO. .... QUICK*W.O rHOICN BMANO YOUNG OK.A Macaroni 2/89
:,. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ground Beef d .u'cx..o SteoketteaOOO ( ? I HOAO.HCA.TCOTURKCV COOL WHIP ...
O. L. Peterson, in Arlington 5 000 THMU MARCH ItJfl OOOO THKU MARCH IS MORTON MEAT
j y jB / TMMU MARCH t* ,
'. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. .Monso Tatum ,' IBS ...:_ ::.. .B...-!.>-.10C1..WHO..W...t--.-. I Dinners 2/89*
.....
and Mrs. Pearl Booker spent ; ; EXTRA '
: Sunday with Mrs. George Rob- EXTRA I I I EXTRA !II I I STAMPS $1 10-01.ASTOR
remained'for i GREEN STAMPS ; di( GREEN STAMPS ; 4 L GREEN
erts. Mrs.Booker ? IN.MNN b.IN M NKx.N N WITN(HOM.'U.CMIM..H.NtKN.II MPKO. 2 Baby Limas 4/$1.
Of W-D
; a visit. / TWO CHcr OV-AK.DH ', OUTHCKM BILL*
1 Miss Sandra Hinton and Miss raga[OH elru.l CHOPPED mttr Devil Crab QUARTS I
Pizza PicsaOOO SteakettesaOOO 1 10-et.LIBBY'S
Bob SOOD TMHU MARCH I*
of Waldo.
Hobbs i"
h G Burlington Ken Rachel Terry of of Alberta.California Canada and r l*' IDI THMU MARCH II I/3 ??,,THKU...?,.MARCH I* IDj :, Gr. Peas.... 5/l.

were Sunday visitors of Mr.:
and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson.


Mr.Sunday Phillips and Mrs.Mr.and family:and O.and Mrs.visitors J.:Mrs.spent David O.Phillips..James Sunday of J.Scott Mr.Anders.Anders Danny were with and I1- rJ4 toii I 1 iisi JTdflT11p


Mrs. 8. P. Redd In Uacon.Ga.

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last week. sonvllle. _.- .- .t r
,
Mrs. Irene Crawley was a 1008 N. E. 18th Terrace In East

R iAi I FOR business visitor toJacksonvllleMonday. panied Mrs. by Earl Mrs.Dobbs Marty; Clemons accom- RECREATION NEWS S1iEivTELEmy Gainesville.! Everyone welcome! .
and children. of Heilbronn Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Bible Expert Tree Surgeiy
Miss Geraldine Reddish of Springs visited her sister lass 12 noon. WWC. 6 p.m.

By Mrs. Es/H/ DeMMj Gainesville visited her parents. Mrs. Alzy Thomas, In Alachua .. -'-- Rosa HntcUnsoBW Evening Service. 7:30.: Prayer .GvitvReriir
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish Jr., General Hospital last Thursday Meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday. w | .
f f
f
jjf f-frJ'r f-f fJrjf f ff f was Carps, led at halftime .
Sunday. afternoon. way Friday night service. 8 o'clock. _Pruning
Sympathy Is extended to the TERWILLEGAR MOTORS. by just 4 points :zs-za.: :
Mrs. Mary Freeman has as Clarence Dobbs of Sandersonand Prayer Walter Camps pastor D. Mouii0Ir !
s -
State LEAGUE And- hear that
I. O. Blom family of the and WINS SR. Standings: Carp's 8-0 are !sorry to
Farm on the death of their Saturday her night Sundaygrandchildren Mr. Sonny Starling of Marcus Terwillegar Motors took the rews 3-4 Williams 3-4,Koch's Bertha Bellmay hu been lck. 1st and 3rd Sundays. Minister a ,
guests Pat visited relatives here Jr.. assistant pastor .
Hook. McOollle
son, Terry, in an automobile and Mrs. James Green,of Jack- Championship Trophy Thursday 1-7. We would tike to wish Mae i : t. y CablinTrampkmtine
Tuesday.The 2nd and 4th Sundays. Everyone j 1"
night, Feb. 27, downing Hur- Schedule: Thursday March 6- Retha Fisher a Happy Birthday.We .
lovely home of Mrs.Ger- st Shell 59-33. for their 6th 3:30, Williams vs Andrews; 4 are also glsMPto have Oeraldlne welcome. .
trude Hart was the setting fora win in a row and a undefeated :30 Carps vs Koch's. Wanton home again aftera Pleasant Grove Baptist _' ;:j ,;Tree Feeding

FLORIDA THEATRE bridal shower last Friday season. Tuesday, March 11-3:30. Carp'svs bout with the flu. Church. Sunday School. 10 a.m. '" .:-' ..!It'-:.. Trs.. Remove
night honoring Miss Cathy Raul- Robby Barksdale led his Andrews; 4:30, Williams vs SeweU Proctor spent Saturdayin Morning Worship at 11. Fellowship .'::.\;:.. Lot Clearinll
erson. Mrs. Drew Sweat entertained championship team with 17 Hour 3 p.m. Evening Ser
Koch's. MonUceUo with Wa dad.
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 the guests with games while team mate Roger vice 7:30.: Prayer Meeting 7:30: ,. ...: .:: Stump
*rr Glad lie had a safe trip home. ... .
ijj jj-j j'TjijLji-ri f-* r .4 ;.,: :
after which the honoree's gifts Kelly was close behind with 16. Church of God by Faith: Re- p.m. Wednesday. Everyone wel- :; Grinding
FRI., SAT., SUN., MON.. TUES. were opened. Refreshments Rhymer Howell led Hurst with SENIOR vival Meeting .has started at come -Bev. Leroy Davis pator -. .Winch Truck
MARCH 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 were served following; the 14 points. 2nd and 4th Sundays. Every Job Facilities'
games.J. The other game of the night
E. Ross and his mother. saw Plaza Lodge take home the CITIZENSTentative COMPLETELY INSURED.SATISFACTION
The MERRIEST-GO-'ROUND Mrs. Gertrude Hart, were bus- Runners-up Trophy by down- YTOen You Use An Andrews Charge .:- GUARANTEED

of the iness visitors In Jacksonville Ing Southern Discount 39-38. I rr Account B PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE
Monday. The Plaza Boys had their hands arrangements have Your Prescription Tax Recordsare
__ Year! Some of those attending the full as Southern Discount had been made as to procedure of Kept For You By Us CT1rjr.c. : TREE
...t. Weight Watchers Club In Mac- upset on their minds. Senior Citizens in the Brad- .. rr SURGEONS
.oJ clenny Monday night were Mrs. Mickey Moore was high for ford County Fair Final instructions Andrews DrugsFor GAINESVILLE'
2023 NW.6th St. -376.1766
Eunice Andrews Mrs. Peggy the winners with 15 points and will be given at our next
Cason and Mrs.Joyce Norman. Ken Carlton chipped in 12. Lon- meeting. Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sapp nie Olive led the losers with Alex and Emma Morton cele-
had as Sunday guests their brated their first wedding anniversary -
daughters, Misses Jackie and 13.Trophies were presented to on Feb. 19. The
Joey Sapp, of Gainesville. the Champions and Runnersup Mortons supplied ice cream to
PRtIe1LTENISBn..nu Hershel and Terry Jeffriesof teams and the Sportsmanship go with the cake and the party
Walt Disney
Penney Farms visited Mr. Trophy went to Robby was enjoyed by all. It was
and Mrs. Wilbur Jones and Barksdale of Terwillegar Mo- also Happy Birthday to Della
} THai HORSEGRffYFtMNELSUrr-. w family Saturday morning.Mr. tors. Speed.
and Mrs. Gerald Griffls Final Standings: Terwillegar Our shuffle board committee
had as Wednesday night supper Motors 6-0 Plaza Lodge 3-3, reports that many people in the
guests Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Hurst Shell 2-4, Southern Discount Starke area who are not mem- VOLUMEBACKED
Techatcolor I Salazar of Lake Butler. 15.STARKE. bers of our club are joiningin
Edwin Banks of Chester Pa. the games which are now
OO iltl,.. DEAN JONES DIANE BAKERderIryNWM,0U11 Is visiting his mother, Mrs. PLAZA WINS held on Monday and Wednes-

... P'}.LETfefl .***d....the book."ThcVMf.....Ho All_' Produced' by WINSTON: ,MlBLEfl O4MIMONOPMANIONAR. while his ship is docked at Starke Plaza carried home the Recreation Area Pratt St. BY SERVICE
rr-.M-n..r a*M IM Jacksonville for repairs.Mr. the Championship Trophy Mon- Everyone is welcome. ,
ANDWALTDISNEY and Mrs. Ralph Harris day night, March 3, as they Our next meeting will be IrIsh -
and Mrs. Nolle Cason had as down Baldwin Chevrolet, 57- Day so don't forget to weara
Thursday night supper guestsMr. 36, in the final game of the shamrock or a bit of green Mean A Better Deal For You.
.
and Mrs. S. A. Bryan. season. Dowling Produce took for the occasion. We will meet,
Winnie After supper the Bryans and 2nd place honors. as usual at the Recreation Center -
the Harrises attended the The first game of the night March 11 at 1 p.m. and we
toPooh.e wrestling matches at the Jack- saw Dowling Produce having to wish you "Cald Millie Fallthe," AT TROPICAL PONTIAC WE'RE GIVING THE BEST POSSIBLE DEAL TO

\ andtMWu.t.ryder ? 9 sonville Coliseum. go into overtime before down- meaning one hundred thousand GET VOLUME, PLUS WE'RE GIVING THE FINEST SERVICE TO THE BEST
'..11___.._.. t Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bat- Ing a tough Triest Constructionteam. welcomes.
ten and sons of Jacksonville The score was tied 40- --Joe KerriganNews CUSTOMERS IN THE WORLD.
visited Mr.and Mrs.Ralph Harris 40 at the end of regulationtime

and Mr. and Mrs. Robert but Dowling outs cored .. .. A' BECAUSE OUR SALES HAVE BEEN STEADILY INCREASINGOVER
Olen and family Sunday after- Triest, 10-3 in overtime to take THE YEARS, WE JUST SIMPLY OUT GREW OUR OLD
noon.J. the victory, 50-43. The game About
T. Lawson of Starke spoke was nip and tuck all the way FACILITY. THAT'S WHY IN OUR NEW FACILITY WE SAY
as Triest had the upper hand "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS" COME ON IN AND SEE IT AND

301 DriveInSHOW in 26-25.the first half as they led Colored Citizens YOU'LL KNOW WHAT WE MEAN!

Jim McMurtry led the win- I-snrnrrflrrflsrra

ners with 22 points while Tom- HERE'S A FEW EXAMPLES OF lOUR
RECREATION NEWS 69 CATALINA
Triest for the
high
was
my
.
BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M. VOLUME PRICES..
losers with 16. The second The JV Falcons won their t
ADMISSION: Adults 75c Students 60c game of the night saw Starke third basketball tournament
Children Under 12 Free plaza down winless Baldwin Saturday night by downing RJE SEDANFull .-- -
DOOR
LOADED 4 _
Chevrolet, 57-36. The game JV's 81-43. Carver Junior High
FRI., SAT.. SUN. MARCH 7, 8, 9 was close during the 1st half of BunneU defeated Anderson power Air; Conditioning; ,,tinted; '--a1a b I
Double Feature Program Ask as the Plaza led 23-17; but Recreation of Lawtey 7944. Alvln glass, radio whit.wall lirei,decor ..:::::: -.., :-->0. I
: the 2nd half was the differenceas Green and Oliver Crum group,hydramatic transmission and i
"MORE TERRIFYING THAN Plaza outscored the Chev- were picked for the AllTourneyteam. more. __ +r '
CharleyJohns rolet five 34-19 to take their '
HITCHCOCK'S 'PSYCHO'! =l eighth victory in nine starts.It Reno Recreation Center will .

I E. was Trophy Night for the hold Its first. annual Varsity
League Champs and RunnersUp. Basketball Tournament March {

4 Trophies were given to 1415. Some of the teams participating .l. N leiiil 4N huh.,,
il.a 5-man, All-League Team will be RJE, Keller. inarml, ,, n'W' r LIST PRICE
made up of Jim McMurtry,John Daytona, Bunnell, and Gaines InnilA a r J s
About This Q.U!U.I Watson Jim Heeler WayneMc- ville. The Falcons will be boot OUR PRICE $4407.59
Leod and Larry Thomas. Mc- team to the tournament. v STOCK NO.157P
It's time to renew my Murtry aslo received the High i1
Homeowner Policy with Scoring Trophy as he finishedthe MACCLENNY WINS $
the Charley E. Johns! A- season with 19 point av- Macclenny Keller hit seven 3099 "
AFTER ONLY $499 DWN CASH OR TRADE.
Is it true that I can erage. The Sportsmanship straight i shots late in the Grot
upgrade my policy: to in- Trophy went to Dale Crosby. quarter and sped to an 86-68
A Welhr node OnjMiiitoii. Presentation-ftileued..by Continental clude "broad theft protec- Final Standing: Starke Plaza victory over RJE last Saturday 69 TEMPEST ,
tion and increased "liabili 8-1, Dowling Produce 7-2. night Jo win the Class C District
ty" and "medical Triest Construction 3-6 Bald- 10 Tourney and< a berth i
payments"
Beware om coverage for only win Chevrolet 0-9. in,. the reglonaJs. 4 Door Sedan With All Standard
pennies a day?" ( William Hope led Keller with Factory Safety Fiatures.. iJ
the beat KOCH'S DOWNS 21 points, while Curtis Whitley List Price $2837.61 Stock No,293T J
of the Charley E. WILLIAMS JEWELRY got 17 points and 21, rebounds
Koch's Drugs, despite the 32 for RJE.SCHOOL. OUR PRICE
cloth wrapped JOHNS AGENCY points by Donald Sewell, downed NEWS
feet! Williams Jewelry, 38-37 The RJE female faculty and $
MUMM2TS COLOR 'Walnut Thursday Feb. 27, to win their staff RJE girls team and 2099
BY DELUXE vs
131 .
., So. St.
....... .
.
.. ,
.. '.' I"' "" ..... in and staff vaRJE
this
SURS UD" ... --,. ....... ....."....,u.-... Phone 964-5070. .. first season.game eight starts RJE{ male Junior faculty Varsity team will

Koch's behind the shooting of play benefit basketball games AFTER ONLT$399 DOWN

Jimmy Cissy never trailed as on Friday, March 7. The public
they got off to a 17-12 half- Is invited to attend. Everyone CASH or TRADE ..
time lead and 27-19 at the must pay. The buses. will run.
I GAINESVILLE Business end of the 3rd period. Be- ESSAY CONTESTThe $7432
DirectoryAUTO hind the shooting of Donald Essay Contest was an ONLY PER MONTHr

Sewell, Williams closed the Interesting event In the Found
gap but couldn't quite overtakethe er'e Day program last Friday -

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES MOBILE HOMES: Cissy fired-up led the Koch winners five. with 20 RJE night on School the Means subject To"What Me." See The Judge Now On Display- .Plus
I
points while Donald Sewell got The first prize was won by
BRASINGTONCADILLAC I MUSTANG 32 of his teams 37. Pamela Davis second prize was The Finest Selection oj New Modeh Ever in Gainsavillc.
OLDSMOBILE Johnson & Farfs Inc. The second of the after
Mobile Homes Inc. game won by Alvin Green and third
SALES & SERVICE noon saw a high scoring close
prize went to Betty Tyson. Big Savings On Clean Break-A Trade-Ins.
Fine Selection of Used Cars SEEDS PLANTS Gainesville's Discount Mobile game as Carp's won its eighth: Mrs. Fannie King the hon- way

Taken On Cadillao Trades Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Home Sales Lot. game without a loss 57- 52, oree at the Founder's Day program -
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 NEW !MOON CAPElLA over Andrews Drugs. corsage '
was presented a : 67 BONNEVILLE
We Rent Fertilizer BRONZEWOODLow Carp's had three players in and a plaque from the PTA. '62 VOLKSWAGEN $ 4 door hardtop with Immaculate$
Spreaders

CRANELINCOLN MERCURY 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 4820 N.Monthly W. 13th Payments- 378-1346 double having figurers 26, with Eddie Joey Blalock thomas CHURCH NEWS !Equipped i..s. and It'l with very radio clean.,white wall 5 9 5 light roof.green It has finish,full power and black and vinyl air 2 5 9 5

Authorized Sales it Service 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 15, and Frank Terry 10. Cha- Greater Free Will Baptist conditioning and is very clean.
2201 N. !Main Ph 372-4373 MATERNITYVEAR rles Green and Dale Johns led Church, Rev. Jasper Williamspastor.
MOTORCYCLES Andrews with 24 points each. Monday night Ushers '67 OLDSMOBILE
Crane ImportsVolvo The game was close all the Board No. 2 and Choir No.,3 '62 OLDSMOBILE

MG Triumph. FOR :MOTHERSTOBEA YAMAHA BMW will rehearse. Tuesday night. 88 4 door with full $ Visto Cruiser 6 passenger station
Dynalc power wagon! with all tho goodie, It
606 E. University Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Wedneseday 5 9 5 $2
FULL LINE OF Prayer (Meeting.Thursday and air.This one Is a local oneowner has th. tee through roof chrome 6 9 5
Phone 372-4251 eflde'taHtaSales night. car thot'sclean
Lingerie Dresses Slacks at the Ralford Baptist Church night, Ladies Circle as a pin. luggage rack and full power plus
air.Now
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits Parts Service last Sunday in the absence of meeting and Story Hour at the only
615 W. University 378-2811 the pastor Rev. Jack Stolte. Prayer
nlgnt.
church. Friday 'GRAND
Mrs. Harold Yarbrough and 65 CHEVROLET PRIX
EXPECTANTLYYOURS daughter Sonja visited her Band Meeting. Saturday night Ute Impala 6 passenger station wag $1 with sparkling blue finish set off(
MUSICBALDWIN will be sold from 5 9 5
4 wheel drive and ears INC. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. dinners kitchen. Sunday School: 9:30.: on with fuN power,air conditionIng with vinyl roof. It has full power, $31 9 5
Odom, in Glenville, Ga. last ,and s very clean. air conditioning and even Stereo
Sales Parts Service Evening
Sunday. Morning WorshIp. 11. (ape. Th. list on this car was
Clean Used Toyotas 706 W. University Opp. S.F.J.C. Mr. and Mrs. ForrestHarvey Service 6 p.m. Visitors always '67 PLYMOUTH 5500. Our Price is JUST
1700 N. Main 376-1266 PIANO& ORGANS welcome.
CMOICi Of THE and daughter of Jacksonville Methodist Church. 9 Passenger station wagon with '63 BUICK
ARTISTS Mona
iMt.
Mechanical CONTRACTORK. visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew H. P. Hudson pastor. automatic,v-8 engine,full l!power Station Wagon with low miles $
Rev.
Beauty Academy -C'6h4Z7t $1 9 5
MUSK nison Sweat Sunday.and Mrs. Raleigh Den- Funeral services for Mrs. Eva and Factory Air Conditioning.See 1 5 and has full factory equipment 895
it now at only
POWELL'S Hunter long time resident of: including air conditioning.
E. Ent. the
Hyde Inc. Mrs. Rose Sapp spent
G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-5353 weekend in Fort White with Starke and Bradford County.
G'SER
VICE IS OUR B USINESS"TTROPICAJ'OAINEBYLLLE
Beauty AcademyLearn her son-in-law and daughter will be held at 11 a.m. Satur- >
a Profession In Your Thompson's Refrigeration MOVERSLong Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Allen. day. She died last Friday in

Spare Tim*. Pull! or Part Time Service Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof Bradford County Hospital after'. I
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 Heating Air Conditioning Distance Moving Sanderson were Tuesday a brief illness. '

Repairs on White Appliances S Storage Packing morning guests of Mrs. Mary Greater Allen Chapel AMB

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Industrial Combustion/ Service Crating Shipping Freeman. Church Rev. L. A. Sampson
Mr. and Mrs. Marjell Dobbs pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. GMC
Free Estimates Call
Boller Room Sales & Service
and children of Madison were
Morning Worship at 11 with
3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville HILL'S Friday night and Saturday the Junior Church in charge.
Motor Repair Co.Of guests of his father.Oad Dobbs. Rev. Sampson asks all members TRUCK CENTER
Gainesville. Inc. Telephone 372.2162MEN'S Van Service, Inc. Sympathy la extended to the to please meet after the morning I AC
Charlie Burnetts on the deathof T
Repairing Rewinding service far a business session. N
3540( N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllle 0
Nettle Williams
Mrs.
an aunt,

., Ul1 N.New W. and 16th Used- Ph. 372-0318 : WEAR 372-1271 Mr., in and Jacksonville Mrs. Louise last week.Mar- the see .report.their All leaders members Services are and will asked make con to p 2101 N. Main St.

PAINT GLASSLIDDELL i 372-2583
ton of the State Farm
were
Farm and Industrial STAG 'N DRAG elude at this time. There will
business visitors in Gainesville
Equipment. PAINT & be no services at 6 pjn.
Monday.Mr. .
49 Griffin Suits I IMPORTANT NOTICE

Santa Fe Tractor, Arrow Shirts Florsheim Shoe i GLASS CO. the. and State Mrs.Farm Charlie had as Burnettof Sun- Dell Chapter 168. OES. win Service) Dept. Open Mon.,Wed., Fri.'Til 5:30

FORD ill Formal Rentals Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. meet tonight (Thursday in theMasonic Tues. & Thurs.'Til 7:30 PM Service Closed All Day Saturday

Farm Tractors ti Implements Ladles Sportswear Tub Enclosures > Shower Doors James Suber and children of Ball at 8 p.m. AH \
members asked to pleasebe
USED EQUIPMENT Furniture Tops Windows Jacksonville and Oad. Dobbs.In are
2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand present and on time. Slater!
SALES PART SERVICE A wnJ.ni"S.oil the afternoon they all visited
Alma B. Bacon. WM; Sister
4488 N.W. 6th 376-2543 GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 373-8191 the lovely cottage of the
WM.
Associate
Hffrn Smith.
Burnetts on Lake Geneva.

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p v. e tf Marlitrtna spent last weekend
herewith the Doll Hill family.: Florida sportsmen can double Decadents You are notified that a written Covnty. Case NO. Charles A. Darfcy I.aris. jjeborah Lynn by tare. Administrator.
George p. Hadldon. Plaintiff. A. Clerk Of Sell CourtED Mrs. ...
Patricia Kln
Iris. New
Mrs. Margaret Ann Wads- their pleasure and double their the Last instrument purporting to be ". Dorothy M. Hadldon. Defend 8-Beanlfth M. Moody ley Beach Camp Bland In*. FRED: O. DfCKmSOK, JR.
Will and Testament oC
Worth was baptized Sunday fun when they purchase a two- the decedent and a written Instrument ...t.NOTI'CE A* Deputy Clerk Florida: 8-0101-0007 Parker Jr. As Administrator 3-9 It 3.13
afternoon by Hampton Christian Combination resident purporting to be a Co- OF SUIT First Publication February J. 8-0101-0001; Scrustgs Car- ,
>By.; Mm, D. E. mn In-one. dicil thereto. have been admitted TO Dorothy M. Hadldon 11. "". mlehael Lowery payee Bob". -
-
Church and Jerry Wade- fishing and hunting licenses are to probate this Court. a of Clara Hotel. Room III I-II U ... J. M. pay-or 8-0101-0004 SmithIII JfOTICW Of INTBWTlOf
_I I worth joined by letter available at all license agents You are commanded within Seattle JOlt Minor, Washington Avenue 1(104 Beth.Cecil II. by Smith Mrs. Mary ,,"TO' WBGISTEH: FICTITIOUS
"'A1II1D
Tony Kennan. Buck Mathews and County Judges. Js caleadar wenUiaj. from themete Ton Are Notified that ,
; Hereby
of the first publication ef Information concerning!!; the Notice I Ic hereby Riven that
AREA FIRE GROUP and Jeff Parker from Eglln this Notice to appear In this an action for divorce has bee NftTlCJIJ 0V NAMRft, OFPKMMONM amount or description of the> the underglsrniMl. under the provisions
AFB filed against :you and :yon are : APPUARINO TO Property and the name and address of Chapter ZO.ISJ! T.aws
Court and show If
near Ft. Walton spent any
ORGANIZES auee. required to serve a copy of your BB OWNKRH OK AH/INDONUD of the holder may be obtained of Flnrldn.'' Act nf 1941. will r.Cl.t" .-
you can why the aatlonef this) .
Officers for 1969 for the last weekend here with the Court In admitting the Will and written defenses. If any to It PROPERTY I by any persons possessing; with the Clerk of the Clr-
Hampton George Kennan family: I. Tb. Coutr J.d*.'. Court.. Codicil thereto to probate en Elsie 9. Sanders. AEtorneyfor Pursuant to Section 13 of an Interest In the property by cult Court In and for Bradford
Area Volunteer Ore I. And for Bradford COB.tr, should not stand unr evoked. Plaintiff whose address le. Chapter TIT. FlcCkla Statutes, addressing an Inquiry to Fred Countv." Florida upon receipt of
department were elected& a Mrs. Frankle Jean Keyes. PlorlaM heron A. Yawn. 141 West Call Street Stark* entitled "Florida Disposition ofUnclaimed O. Dickinson Jr., State Comp- proof c>f nuMlcatlnn of thin notice
*!<. No. Fonda and file the originalwith Property Act'* noticeIs troller a. Administrator. Abandoned the fictitious name of Triple
meeting last Friday evening.WlUard Mrs. Markel Norman and Carl County Judge Bradford County.Florida. the Clerk the above .
In Re: Estate or of hereby given that the persona Property Division Capitol R Ranch hen which Saxon
Thomas was named Dennison attended the weddingof WADDELL A. WALLACE. SR.. First Published On February styled Court on or before March listed below appear to be the Tallahassee Florida. YSf sure to entrsced. In _s at
fire a.k-a W. A. W.ALl.A.C". IS, 1969. otherwise a Judgmentmay owners of unclaimed personal or mention account number nameand nn..,. Hampton. Fla.
marshal and Steve Yarn- ; De. f0. 1905.
.
their cousin In Ft. :Myers CO&BOu. 2.20t I.U be entered airalnst you forthe Intangible property presumed addreim, as published In this Freeman. C. H<".d. Sr., Saxon:
urn, assistant. ; M. J. Dunn last weekend. On their way NOTICE OF PROBATE relief demanded In the Complaint abandoned. notice. Unless proof of ownership Road Hamnton Fla. sole owner.
.treasurer and Vernon Par THE STATE OP FLORIDA or Petition. 8-0101-0005 Allport. Walter R. Is presented to the holder Dated thin' 26th ""Y"f February -
:home Sunday they visited Cypress To AU Persona Interested Ta I. The Cure.Court Of The) WITNESS my hand and tll.a.al or AJlport. Wilma A.; 8-0101- by May 13. 1969. the property A. D. 1919 at Starke, Bradford -
menter. secretary Volunteers Gardens: near Winter The Estate Of The Above Named IGlthOi Jadlclnt Circuit Of. of said Court on Februrey 0002 Colson. M..... Merry )oJ. or will. be delivered to the Admin Co-nty., Florida.
included George Davis. Bill Haven.. Florida !. Aad For Bradford. 10. 1969. W. S.: 8-0101-0006 Evans. Garfield istrator. Thereafter all further a.n 4t 3.20(
(SEAL) claims moat be directed to the
Sub-District; S-OlOJ-OOpa) -
Men. Seymour: Bailey. Connie
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Clark. Pat Glover. Fran Menu. tea eta _- eta-aw --------------------
-- J -------------------------e.-oweeaegs
Bill Stone and Don Hill.
The area to be covered Includes ; I I I II

100::east north from to Meng's Hampton hairy taISR I. II We
sell
Road; west to Include Prevatt | only I i
Cemetery and Sampson Lake s FOOD
area; west of Graham to Dodd 1 11 I
Road; south to ,the Alaohua I I
County line. II: U.S..A. I

The Florida Forestry' Service I
I
will send traJmjd: men to the I I
future meetings to show methods I 11 I.. I II
of fighting various typesof Choice\ + FA IRSUPERMARKETS
fires The second Thursday I II I I II
In each month Is designated as

next the p.m. regular meeting.meeting March 13 night at 7:30:- I _ II 1 1 beef steaks !1

Several women have express I
ed a desire to form a women's I
auxiliary to learn how to handle I Hand! roasts. I
the tire truck In case of emer I -

gency and also attend fire I I I 1
training and first aid procedure i ;
meetings.A I I 1I
collection of $17.60 was I I I
taken at the meeting to start a I FLORIDA I FOOD FAIR
I II
I
treasury needed to pay for
housing and maintenance of the GRADE A' I 1 QUALITY Merchanta II

equipment. Donations and suppers C I I U S DEPT FREE
will be the main source of OF AGRICULTURE ; GaeTAh sT001 i
funds. All property owners living
I WHOLE BAGGED GRADED
II'
In the above area are ask I II

may ed to be contribute-and sent to the treasurer.donations' SAVE 1O LB I. I U.S. CHOICE I J[ I I
I
M. J. Dunn Star Route. Hamp- I LB I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
ton. Willard Thomas' phone I THRU WIDNISDAY MARCH 12th.
I I I I
number to call In case: of fire. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Is 468-1577. I II I
CLASS PRESENTS Ii
"CINDERELLA"
"Cinderella", adapted stag-
ed and directed by Mrs. Cheryl PICK-O-THE-CHICK AZALEA BRAND PANTRY PRIDE
Ellerbe's primary three class, LEAN FRESH

and was parents presented Friday to the afternoonat school GROUNDBEEF FRYER PURE PORK SKINLESSFRANKS SMOKED

Hampton Elementary School. COMBINATION PACKAGE SAUSAGE
Dora Triest was cast as the SAUSAGE
unfortunate Cinderella yelled PUK! ORK-SMALL LINKS
at and abused by her mother VACPAK12oz
Valerie Jones; and her three USDA 2 LB 1 TO
sisters. Joy Williams Laurie CHOICE 5 1.99MILD PKG 1 1 2 LBS
Stlnson and Francis Coltrane. DRUMSTICKS, THIGHS ROLLPREPARED
Alecla McClellan as the Fairy ft BREASTS WITH RlbS
Godmother came to her rescue,
and sent .tier off to the ball in
a beautiful dress and glass
slippers, where she met the
Prince Marty Wainwright. The
King and Queen Billy Coltrane DAISY FOODS BY
and Amy Davis. looked on from SLICED 1/4 QUICK FROZEN OAK HILL YELLOW

their thrones at the ball while CHEESEWEDGES COCKTAIL SIZESHRIMP FREESTONEPEACHES

dancers Brenda Batten Debbie PORK LOINCHOPS __
Younker Barbara Benkowski r SHRIMP: : CREOLE
Tressie Baldree Gail. Rhoden
and Pat Estes entertained. VEAlPARMUGIANA
Sherry Peeples and Harold
Waters attended the King and 29ox

ald.Queen, and Joe Meng was Her e 1.29 5 LBPKG 4/1

The four-act play ended traditionally
with the Prince and his
attendants finding Cinderella'sfoot
to fit Into the glass clipper!
lost at the ball and they rode
away to live happily ever
after I Harold Waters was narrator JIFOAM
for the play, and costumesas RICH-TEX LIFE LIBBY'SCORN LIPTON KLEENEX
well as lines were plannedby
the students. About 20 par- OVEN PRINT
ents attended the program as SHORTENING CEREAL
well as .students from other TEA BAGS
classes. CLEANER NEW! INDIVIDUAL BOXES WHOtl KfBNIl OK CHAM STTll17o TOWELS
SUPPER HONORS PASTOR 100
Hampton Christian Church 3 LBCAN COUNT
honored the new pastor. Dr. Box 5/l OX GIANT
Franklin Karns at a supper AEROSOL CANS ROLLS
Friday evening. Feb. 28. at
Hampton City Hall.Approximately .
65 were pre
sent for the supper and "sing"

guests that followed.Included Rev.Out-of-town Charles i MAXWELL i

Reese pastor of the First Christian FAB'a; FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS
and
Church of Starke Mr I ,
and.Mrs. Harrison of Starke. ; ;

PERSONALS HOUSE I
Carlton Meng. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Meng last week wona DETERGENT !
; ;
place on the U. S. Marine I 5J4XWELL7HOUSE ;
Wrestling team. Stationed at
Camp Lejeune, N. C. he went to I I .

Norfolk, Va., for the competition I r ?. *! I I I
and will be there for the I
next five weeks to train for the LB 5-C I I I
wrestling team. I I 5- I 1

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paladin I CAN I I t C I
and children moved Into theirpgw
mobile home last Friday I I 1 1

parked adjacent to their former I I i I I
home which burned last month. L8
Mr and Mrs. Jack Green' I LIMIT. 1 WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I LIMIT-1 WITH 5.0O OR MORE ORDER I
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son and dauphter-ln-law. Mr. I''
,%not Mrs. Marshall Green ar-
tlved Tuesday last week at
their home on Lake Santa Fe.
He has been serving with the CARNATION SOUTH AMERICANCORNED FYNE TASTETOMATOES PILLSBURY
army at March Field California -
and they drove home COFFEE PANCAKE e
across the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peeple5
moved last week Into the house MATE : a
next to Mr. and: Mrs. Wes Griffin
.on Hampton's main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran-
pen of Bedford Lake and Mr. 49 CANS 29ox 4/I 1 I
and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hamp-
ton were supper guests' Thurs
day of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Lawson In Starke.
Lori Stone daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Stone, underwent
tar surgery last week and was FROZEN CRINKLE CU1 FRESH FIRM RIPE
able>> to come back home Fri C010EN FLIIT FKOZIN ,Coo CRISP CELLO ,

day.Mark FRENCHFRIES Iola ;| WRAPPEDCARROTS SALADTOMATOES t
( Norman was taken to BREADEDSHRIMP
Bradford County Hospital Sun
day for treatment.
Lonnie Melton and eon. Otis,
returned home last week from
Little Rock Ark., and Mrs. 2 LB
Melton remained for a longer POLYBAGS /
time with their son: and daugh 1
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence

Melton and children. ..
Wendy Bin and Ratty Miller

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NEW BOOKS .- ,,. Swine Rodeo Queen

AT THE LIBRARY THERESSA Prohibited ---1' 'To; Be Named'

By Dorothy Mills County FairDue '-111'I A Rodeo Queen Contest Is

ADULT FICTION Plsaare 473-1513 I 1 planned by the Bradford Roping

Go To The Widow-Maker ", y r ) Club and any girl through
to the bog 19JyearsM/ >t' fe eligible to
Ke <
Jones J. Under The Eye Of
$; : breaks in Florida :
J. The DOPE BAPTIST enter., '
The Storm--Hersey, ; be
Still, Small Voice of Trumpets- Sunday :School 10 a.m.: hogs cannot 1969 : The rodeo queen will be determined -
Biggie; The Pasha's Concubine Morning Worship 11: Training shown at the March by the girl who sells
And Other Tales-- Andrle; r Union. 6:30: p.m.: Evening Wor- County Fair. the most tickets to the Roping
Murder Has No FrlendsJ -- ship 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Club's rodeo. The queen
ones; The Nine Lives of Al- Students At Career Prayer Service 7:30: with choir At a recent meeting will receive a trophy and will
lahassee
phonse--Johnson; The Addison Day practice afterward. lead the rodeo parade and appear -
movement of swine
Tradition Morressy; All You A group of young people and at each (performance.Each .
Members of tbe junior and senior classes at Bradford ed for alxty days, .
Know Is FactsMoyer, M; High adults from Hope Church en- runaer-up will also re-
Portnoy's Complaint--Roth.p.; School t.lked'with recruiters from 17 businesses. 6 out-of-state, Joyed .skating at Lake Butler County Agent George ceive A trophy.

The Day After Sunday-- Summers colleges 3 state universities 2 Junior colleges, and the services Tuesday evening For further Information, contestants -
All The Little AnImals-- during Career BIBLE CLUB In order to have a
; Day Tuesday Feb. 25. three mem- may contact Jackie
Hamilton On The Wings Of The The New Ute Bible Club for ber of cattle to take
; Students shown above are talking with Mrs Patsy Norris of Ameri, Hersey, phone 473-4435, or any
reserved for swine,
Storm--Newhafer, R.; Gold students In grades 1-6 meets
of Cadillac member of the Club
And Silver Hooks--Moore.R.; Uniforms of Starke and Norm Iladdad from the every Monday afternoon after fries will be accepted Contest at Roping
Yellow Flowers in The Anti- Gainesville General Electric plant. echool In the mobile "Children's Friday. March 7. mare than

podean Room--FrameJ.; Bell Chapel" at Hope Baptist can be obtained at now com Lake City Garden
wood--Ogilvle.E.; Dear Deadly L Church.. Agents office In
& finals which
Lt: tries can be made by Club To Sponsor
Cara--Stone The Presidential
; CORRECTION
Eternal!; Quest-Adams The Europe-- Hagen, compete la
Plot--Johnson; The Concrete World of Breugel ; Ibis not often that we are 9646554. Antique ShowThe
--Time-Life
Judasbird--Mathews; Forfeit- JUVENILE FICTION happy to ,
Library Of Art The say we were wrong
Francis; If Israel Lost The ; Long Char- but in this Instance we are E. M. Prevatt
ade
WarChesnoff, R.; The Pride Flemish--Critchfield.._R.; Early When Marie Was There-- pleased to correct last week's stock chairman and . CEC Lake City; Garden Club
Painting WI win its Antique ShoW
And The Anguish--Reeman, D.; nnyM.; Robinson; Olaf And The Echo- Item elating that W. H. Hall Sr. Rattle t tentered superintendent, sponsor :
Adam And Eve-- Reed. G. Sor- on Maroh 7, 8, 9, when 25 dealers -
I Kent : ing Cave-- Rogen; The Barn-- a Gainesville hospital even though no :hogs!
ry You Waiting Madam-: ; J will display their wares In
fechoemakerr: ; A Small PieceOf on Monday for surgery Tues- the fair, the s the Doors
Lake City
armory.
ADULT NON-FICTION Sasson, V.; Nelson And Ills Paradise Morgan; The day. After he entered the hospital (should be the best will open at 12 noon on Friday
Managing Your Family Fin- WorldPocock Wolf And The Kid large number of the
; The Great --Damjan; further tests showed that and Saturday and close at 10p.m.
aces--Lasser, J.K.; Floating Terror--Conquest; Art And The Apple Strudel Soldier-- surgery Is not necessary, and Hrtes are a result of Sunday hours will be from,
Island--KImbroiuzh.E.: Life On Life In America--Larkln; Diaries McGowen; The House Of The we. are glad to report that Mr. calf scrambles: : 12:30 to 6
A Little Known Plante--Evans; And Letters--Nicolson; Nightmare And Other Eerie Hall returned borne Wednea- Us Starke Bradford : p.m. will be drawn
The Ottoman-- Coles; 1001 From Ghetto To Glory Gib- Tales--Lines,K.; I Am Your day. Chamber of Commerce.The Door prizes afternoon
Questions Answered About Nat son.B.: The Secret War For Mlsortune-Rudolph, M.; Man GET WELL WISHES show du'I daily, and on Sunday
tour
livestock of day
the grand prize a :
ural Land Disasters -- Tuffy; And Machines--Silverberg.R.; To J. R. Hlxon. who Is at the
!held at 7:30 p.m. : cruise to Nassau on the new
..... s'.. ooo..oo..- ... ....- .. Odysseus The Comes Home From Veteran's Hospital In Gainesville :March 19 in the Show SS Bahama 'Star will be awards -
Seas White A. The Three
-- ; .
Grounds. Dr. J
be Fair I e .
e Sparrows -- Morgenstern, C.; To Miss Glynda Hagan, who
""" Jackson of the Florida Admission. to the show la ft.
The Little Prince And The Tiger has been 111 with flu this week.
.R CatDamjanSEmpty tural j Extension and proceeds will be used to
Bottles PERSONALS University Gf Florida ay off the mortgage on the old-
e WHEN THERE'S A + --Molarsky.; (the. show this ;year.Livestock Methodist parsonage which Is

: JUVENILE NON-FICTION by Bald- DOW the Lake City Garden
j .' 1 .: : .: PUNCTURE Puttering With Paper--Stone ed Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall program, Center, and to make improvements -
;
i' :'i : this weekend! while he attended ]
( Crystals Of Life--Kraske; A at BUS. Pic.. to the building.!
l Zoo-- National Guard drill. Homecooked food will be on
e Paper Weiss; Talking To Be JudgedOn ( Larry
Ricky Hall visited Gerald
IN THEPOCKETBOOK .sale how
handsAmon; Why Frogs: each day during '
Meng at Lake
Hampton Friday
Are Wet--Hawes ( Opening
: ; Lives Of night. hours.?
t Social Insects-- Larson, P.;
Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen And Mrs. Chester Searle Jan and E. M. (Big Boy)
e The Discovery Of X-Rays-- Duane; Mr. and Mrs. John |'general livestock ; Jailed After 2 Arrests
,: DIbner; GeorgeBernardShaw-- Hammond, and Miss: Betty Jane dent of the
e ee Coolidge; The Pheasant on Morgan were at the Coliseum ;Fair, announces that With Revoked Permit
Route Seven--Larrea de Vict- in Jacksonville Saturday night .. r a ee oria; America's Money-- for the Harlem Globetrotters-* ]largest livestock show
e ? & : ) Massey; Wonder Of Animal Washington Generals basket ;year history.A a Bradford Prick's license was revoked
ee Nurseries Berrill J.; The ball game. direct result of spent the at Plea Day In August after he
Come in and + Carving On The Tree-- Camb- Mrs. Raymond Hanks was In t Calf Scramble, : county Jail after pled guilty to violating his drivers
ell; Beowulf--Nye The Onion St. Petersburg last weekend i the Starke. in the past license restrictions and to
;
-z get cash In + Maidens--Roche; The Golden for the wedding of her grand (Chamber of charges of driv- operating a vehicle with im-
minutes. Treausre--Reesink. son Ricky Johnson son of Mr. :j Increased Interest\ and was re. proper and unsafe equipment.
e N ee acrd'Mrs.. F. F. Johnson to Miss of purebred cattle to

e Trudy Vaughn, on Saturday |at the Fair, Prevatt
FIVE LEAVE TUESDAYFOR afternoon Friday. Feb. ROTARY HEARS TALK
oi Feb. 22, at Gulfport i ners In the Scramble
m eit INDUCTION Presbyterian Church. Another quired to show their. : Yawn .signed ON WAGE-IIOUR LAW
Selective: Service Local Board grandson. Chris Hanks, was which he 'had Henry Ford, a representativewith
i + j jringbearer. at the fair, and a
( / No. 18 announces that five men and a granddaughter g tibll. won at a on Jan. 28 the Department of Labor,
e left Tuesday for induction into Theresa Johnson, sister of j ble, was the grand guilty to driv discussed provisions of the
the armed forces: Thomas Swln the groom, was maid of honor ]1968. was re- Wage & Hour Law at the Wed-
ee Fortner (volunteer), Gary Daniel at the wedding. 'Tfre' livestock show time, Judge nesday luncheon meeting of the
4 Waters, Hermon Sanford Misa Darlene Underhill was Judging will be stepped out of Starke Rotary Club. The speaker -
Roberts, James Alan McCrary.: the. weekend guest! of Miss Sue i abow arena at 7:30 go to JaU.! said that contrary to popular
Call on us when you need help in repaying e and David Maruca. Seventeen White. nesday. March 19. to 30 believe, there Is no provision

T bills. Get cash double-quick. Loans e men were called for armed for- Mr. and Mrs. !Merle Pack- j livestock: and poultry: March 3, for the minimum wage to go
e ees physical examination Tues ham Jr. were Saturday even- ;Judged earlier In the "the com- beyond $1.60 per hour at the
A made on your signature, car, furniture. day. Ing guests of Rev. and Mrs. Church In a: body: mitment vacated and stayed on present time. The speaker: was
ee Merle Packham. On Saturday the defendants good behavi/w introduced by Neil Tucker.

4 $25.00 TO $600.00 : afternoon Rev. and Mrs. Pack- r ......
ham
EASTERN STAR and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
SETS INSTALLATIONStarke Phillips and Billy were In Mid-
t TOWN FINANCE COMPANY e Chapter 224. OES will dleburg to check on the build
have an open installation on ing progress/ of Mr. and Mrs.. *
.226 N.: Temple Ave Phone 961-7449 Tuesday March 11. at 8 p.m. Phillips' new home scheduledfor
+ in the Masonic Lodge. completion In a few weeks.
..oeeeeeeeeeeeleoe. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. A DecisionA
and Mrs. Walter Swindell were Delightful
I (Mrs. J. H. Swindell and familyof
Glen St. Mary; Mrs. Morris
Lee and family of Starke; Miss
Darlene Underbill and Carf
Flllyaw. Sunday afternoon
guests were Rev. J. C. Hester,
pastor of Bethel Baptist Church
In Starke. and Mrs. Hester.
Mr. and Mrs. Topsy Brown
and family were in Mlcanopy:
Saturday evening for a country
4 music festival.
On Sunday, enroute honefrom speciallyequippedBuick
a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur MUllcan at Ocala, Mr.
and :Mrs. Percy Sullivan of Pa- Skylark Custom
latka visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan,
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I Keystone Hilites- K. H. Cubs Promoted, Awarded For ImprovementsExtensive



By JIM FOX J Gold the Keystone improvements Heights schoolare at the suggested countywide changes program the tab will for be
Blue And
I I Please Phone in Your Items 473-414 At Annual Banquet recommended as part of) a $7.648.786 for construction and

county-wide plan developed bya $77.000 for site expansion cost..
state survey team made up The bond Issue needed to follow -
Eleven Keystone Cub Scouts Troop 305 praised the effortsof of prominent educators who visited these recommendations
WOMAN'S CLUB being received. Additional details received awards during cere- Marshall Gallop. Jr. and Clay County last fall. would be about 6250000. according -

Mrs. Thomas Harrison, State concerning the tournament monies at the annual Blue & John Warren in recently earning Wise (center, Jacksonville golf pro, Is pictured The recommendations were to Jesse P. Tynes Clay
President of the Florida Fed- will be released later. Gold Banquet Thursday night. Eagle awards, the highest based upon projections of en- County school superintendent.Also .
receiving trophy last week at the 1st annual Left Stephenson
eration of Woman's Clubs rank that an Individual Scout the 1972-73 school
was Feb. 27, In the Community rollment for Included In the overall
honored guest and speaker at HERE THERE Church educational building.One can attain. He also recognized Memorial Tournament. Others& (from left) are Mrs. Wise Lee :year. plan Is a new high school In

the club's luncheon meeting on year service star pins pen Chiefs Bruce Bannon and Stephenson, brother of Les; Hal Adams presenting trophy; At the Keystone School It was Green Cove Springs, an elementary -
Tuesday. Feb. 25. Mrs. Frank Ilgen. a' member were awarded to Robbie Par- Larry Turknett. and welcomed and Mn. Lea Stephcnsnn.Stephenson recommended that the site be school In Orange Park
Club President Sara McDonald of the Board of Trusteesof eons Mark Klefer, Kevin Ban- an cubs who advanced !into Boy graded and grass planted a and Improvements at Middle-

and Mrs. Harrison received St. Johns Junior College, non, Bret Bannon, Dana Goetz- Scouts. plot plan developed< and port- burg Including an exceptional
members and guests at a reception attended the American Association man David McLean, and Don Gay Livingston. Institutional Memorial Tournament ables removed. New construction education room. Intermediate

preceding the luncheon. of Junior Colleges con aid Ashton, who also received a Representative for Scouting would Include a science classroom exceptional education
Mrs. Harrison chose as her vention in Atlanta, Ga. this silver arrow on the Wolf badge. ,stated that the enthusiasm of demonstration room, .science library, and expansion of

topic "Cherish the Past and week. New Cubs who received Bob- Scouts is contagious and renewed Draws 28 Pros And 56 AmateursOn lab band suite and vocal muslo administrative offices Into adjacent
Challenge the Future." We are glad to report that cat pins in a traditional candle- the pledge of support for room, art room home economics rooms.
Three past presidents of the Mrs. Nell Grayson is now at lighting service were Leonard the coming months from St. and industrial arts room. School enrollment estimatesin
local club were seated at thespeaker's home after her recent hospit- Anne's Episcopal Church. secondary administrative -
Carr Scott Morgan, and Chance a library, County for 1972-73 are
afternoon Marcn Clay
Sunday ,
table. The ladles allzation. Appropriate table centerpiecesand to the follo-ving teams: 1st low suite four primary
Morgan. ,
were Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Tillis decorations were made by 2, 28 golf professionals of the net team members: Gene intermediate expected to exceed 10,000 students -
: Bannon one
Kevin( was graduated classrooms,
John Bird and Mrs. Julius Han celebrated their 59th wedding from the Webelos Den prepara- each den for the buffet dinner. North Florida Chapter, Profes- Hacker, K. H.: Fremont Tolles classroom and two kindergarten. an enrollment.increase of Largest 2,200 over'Increase
anniversary on Sunday Feb.23, sinai Golf Association and Sit Williston C. present
artificial birthday cake was K. H.; J. Mallard. :
to enter An rooms in Building
tory Boy Scouts. Two
son.The In the Orange
and Is expected
next business with a dinner party given In amateurs from the local Jack Adams
meeting of Chief of Police Wally Muhl- made and decorated by Den 1 Kuhns. Willison ( "A" would be converted Into a
the club will be held Tuesday, their honor by their daughter, hofer was guest speaker at the in: keeping with the anniversaryof area clubs paid tribute to !the and Jim Rountree professional Park area.Services .
March 11, at 2 p.m. Gladys. Guests included Mr. scouting. The Den 2 table first PGA golf professional of members of the team). Second cafeteria.
and Mrs. J. L. Price of Hawthorne -- banquet discussing the important displayed a papier mache' the Keystone Heights Golf & low net winners Included: R. If the county carries through
role that scouting plays In
ST. WILLIAMS Mrs. John Ross of Mel- Country Club-Leslie L. Step-Y E. .
the lives of people of the world globe, with United States Clark Palatka, Prokopo-
Members of the Altar Society rose, and Mrs. E. L. Fraherof community young maps for place mats. The We- enson. .9| wicz. K. }(.; M Elder Starke: Keller Scores
wish to thank all who supportedthe Keystone Heights.Mr. : belos table was centered witha The tournament was sponsored Roy Tyre, K. H. (professionalJim Held

rummage sale held last and Mrs.BobMayes spent Mayor Raymond Starnes cited camp scene of miniature by the North Florida Kirby and C. Brasington). For Mr. Gaboardi
' week. with their donations and the first part of last week visit- the contributions of all scout tents, figures and landscape.Dr. PGA In conjunction with the Third low net winners were: District Win ,

purchases. Ing with family and friends in ing programs which are complemented James Neale Jr., of Faith club's local tournament committee R. Farrls, E. T. Martin, Don Accident VictimJames
I Bingo Is played every Fri Miami. by the :natural resources Presbyterian Church gave the headed by Robert Hayes. Shackleford, E. Patzer all of Over IndiansThirteen
, day evening at 7:30: in the recreation Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reynoldsare of the community. He Invocation and benediction, and PGA chairman for the tournament Keystone (professionals! Dink: C. Garboardl 51, of
hall. These sessionsare the proud parents of an infant was Herb Herres, pro Melrose fatally injured In
urged parents to encourage the opening flag ceremony was Wise and Bubba Williams). Keystone Heights was
open to the public. son born Wednesday., Feb. their sons and daughters to become conducted by Webelos. of the Starke Golf & Country Fourth low net winners, were: Aero Club members made a an automobile accident near.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE 26.Mr. Involved in the various Cubmaster' of Pack 305 is Club. Frank Matey golf columnist Walt Lansdale. Williston. : C. Fly-Out to Clearwater on Sunday Gainesville last Friday.
The Duplicate Bridge Club, and Mrs. David Swain, scouting programs. The may Jack Bannon. and Den Mothersare of the Florida Times-Union McGlave Keystone; B. McRae. March 2.DesUnation. A native of Danbury, Conn.,
sponsored by the Keystone Heights of La Grange, Ill., were recent or's son Milton, was one of Mrs.Jo3ceStthSOn. Den 1: instigated the tournament. Starke and B. Alken. Keystone for the Keystone be was a veteran of World War

Woman's Club, meets guests of Mr. and Mrs. the first Scouts to attain Eagle and: Mrs. Mary McKee Den 3. Following the tournament, (professionals Joe McDonaldand pilots, utilizing four planes, was II, a member of St. William's
every Monday night at 7:30, Stan LaCoste.Mr. rating in this area. Art Keller Is leader of the We- the participants and guests en- M. L. Lang&ton.) the Kapok Tree Inn, popular Catholic Church of Keystone
In the clubhouse. All bridge and Mrs. Ed Dwyer were Scoutmaster Steve Moore, of belos. Joyed a social hoar and a. dinner Hal Adams presented the silver Clearwater restaurantnotedfor Heights and a member of
enthusiasts are invited to at- visiting friends in Pompano Beach prepared by the ladies of trophy to Pro Dink Wise Its cuisine,unusual decor,trop- American Legion Post No. 202.
tend. over the weekend. the club. ical gardens and
who entered a 69 for the lowestscot'e statuary.
Last week's winners were: Alan Holl of Pittsburg, Pa. Everett Fox president cf the of the participating pro- Automobile transportationfrom Surviving are Oils widow.
First place with 23 1/2 points, spent the weekend with his aunt, KHS Gardeners Aero Club Keystone Heights Golf & Country fessionals. Wise will keep the Clearwater "Municipal Margaret G. Garboardi, of Mel-

Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; Mrs. Marge Tracy. He droveto Have Field Trip Club, welcomed aU professionals trophy for three months in his Airport to the Kapok Tree and rose; five daughters, Mrs. Peg-
second place with 21 points. Keystone with his grand- and amateurs to the shop in Danville 111. It back was supplied by membersof gy Prevost, and Christine, Teresa -
Has pro
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. A. father, Earl Mecklem, who High School Gardeners from FlyOutTo first annual Les Stephenson will then ba returned to the local the Clearwater Aero Club. .Kathleen, and Marie Gar
for a
Lowry; and third place with 19 will remain in Keystone Memorial Tournament and complimented where it will be on Flight time from Keystoneto boardi. all of Melrose: ; three
two classes of Mrs. Rita Walker club
Mrs. Charles visit with his sister, Mrs.Tra- Clearwater
points Hep- club
the ladies of the Each the with Clearwater was less than an sons, Mark and David Garboardl
home economics teacher at display. year pro
Alan flew home Monday
stinstall and Mrs. Magnus. cy. who worked so diligently to hour. of Melrose
Keystone High School, enjoyeda the lowest score will have his ; Charles Gar
ROTARY CLUB afternoon. Macclenny Keller used ball- make this event a success. the base of Aero Club aviation ground boardl Gainesville; six broth
Mrs. Lee Stephenson flew in field trip to the garden of name engraved on
State Senator Robert L. Tues- stealing tactics to overcome Tournament Chairman Bob the trophy. school at Keystone Airpark is ers, Theodore, A. A., Frank,
Lonnie
Mrs. Stripling on
Saunders of Gainesville was from Greensboro, N. C., to Keystone Heights' reboundinglast Hayes awarded gift certificates progressing and one-third-com Joseph Louie and Anthony
guest speaker at the Keystone join her husband who has been day. Feb. 25. Friday night in the KHS pleted by approximatley 20 Aero Gaboardi, all of Danbury,
The 38 students gained firsthand
Mrs.
Heights Rotary Club last Fri visiting his sister-in-law, gym and scored a 78-70 C- members under the direction of Conn.; three sisters, Mrs.
day, and was Introduced by the Les Stephenson, for the past Information about the 10 district basketball tournament On The Bernards, flying instructors Josephine Muckenhaupt and
Tips PruningAt
program chairman, Jim Whar- week. plants and their care from !Mrs. victory. Kevin Bannon Mrs. Mary Kyve, both of Dan-
and J. M. Wrinkle for sea based and'grouna
Stripling Mrs. Keller went on to defeat Starke
ton.Sen. Garden ClubA Wins Cruise based aircraft. bury; and Mrs. Lena! Blaney.
Saunders discussed the chairman of High School RJE Saturday night, 86-66, to B wster, N. Y.
new legislature Gardeners.A win the Class C, District 10 --------
both For Boat
covering
panel discussion on pruning Naming A twin jet plane landed at Key-
the old and new facets which (0-VmrccH flower-planting project to tourney and a berth in the was the main topic of the
stone Airpark at 12:45 .Funeral services were held at
be carried out at the school p.m.
will be Incorporated 'Into our DIRECTORY fl1 regionals.The regular monthly meeting of the Kevin Bannon, son of Mr. and March 3 bringing six 10 a.m. Tuesday In St. Wit-
passen-
this will benefit from
annual legislative meeting pro- the spring because Keystone of game was halted Garden Club of the Lakes at Mrs. Jack Bannon of White gers from Detroit, Mich., on liam's Catholic Church of Keystone -
gram. trip. after two minutes a slippery floor the home of Mrs. J. M. Wrinkle Sands Lake has won a month's area business and! proceedingto Heights, with Father Edward
and 45
BAPTIST seconds afternoon Feb. 27. cruise the houseboat "Rit-
of The Thursday on Jacksonville for refuelling. Kirby officiating. Inter-
I WGA "GUEST DAY" play. teams had 'Mrs. Lena Clemens, moder- terbug" for naming the boat. Airpark manager Homer Sat- terment wa.s In Melrose Cemetery -
The First Church. !Keystone: Sun traded two field goals each, tor of the panel explained Owners of the .houseboat. Mr.
. Keystone Heights Wo- NEWS NOTES general terfield said the pilot reported with Dewitt C. Jones Funeral
man's Golf Association hosteda day School.. 945 a-m. Worship then Keller hit seven straight pruning; Mrs. C.'E. Mitchell and Mrs. T. D. Ritter of Atlanta timing the jet flight frorr Home of Keystone Heights

Guest Day for 50 ladles from 11 Jun.. 7:30: p.m. Training Union By Hdea Egaa points the interruption for an 11-4 lead when discussed camellias; and Ga., invited over one Detroit to Keystone at twc in charge. The Rosary waa recited -

the local club and four area 6:30: p.m. Nursery open came. Mrs. R. Sunderland gave hints hundred acquaintances to entera hours. 20 minutes.to at Jones Chapel in Key.
clubs, on Thursday Feb. 27. all services. Rev. Lawrence Stanley with Givens 27 led the win- on pruning roses.Cohostesses "name the houseboat con stone at 7 p.m. Monday.
ners while
points W.
Prizes were awarded by the Carrol pastor.CATHOLIC WORLD DAY OF PRAYERThe Hope added 18. Jeff, Batts hit for the meetingwere test" offering a free cruise to send them bacK: my doctor

tournament committee following Community Church of 20 Mrs. Sam Gardner Mrs. the winner. advised me that as long as nan had been connected with
the luncheon which all for Keystone, while Charles R. A. Gaunt and Fremont notified by .telegram .
was pre- St. (William's. Keystone: Sun. Keystone Heights Invites Leino scored 16 and got 12 Mrs. Kevin was there Is any fever or .scabs the Scouting since 1914.
pared by the ladles of the Key day 9 Wednesday area churches and nondenominational rebounds in a fine performance. Tolles. last week that his entry. child Is still contagious. Sending He .then presented the Cub
stone club. Mass a.m. church friends to at- Twenty-elx. members and one "Rltterbug." had been selected the child back too soon will Scout Charter
Keystone out-rebounded Kel- for next year to
:Mass and Novena, 7
The WGA will sponsor a Dessert p.m. tend the Call to Prayer of the ler decisively, but the winners visitor attended. as permanent name for the spread the d.lsease.DUPLICATE Rev. Bill Poppell, who is last
Card Party on Friday, COMMUNITY CHURCH International Committee for made numerous steals to breakup new boat. BRIDGE
March 14, to be held at the Sunday School. 9:40: a.m.iorning Prayer on Friday. March 7, at the Indians' patterns and He tentatively plans to take Winners last week of the Mel- (Continued! On Next Page)

clubhouse. Donations will be ( Worship. M,. Youth Fellowship 2 p.m. In the church sanctuary. turned them Into fast-break iiiiTiiiTi his cruise at the beginning of rose Duplicate Bridge Club
$1 per person. Mrs. Albert (all teenagers) 7 p.m.. Followingthe service, the Communltv baskets. summer vacation from school. were: Mrs. !Mary Cook and
Bachmann is chairman for this will be dock for the Rltterbugis
Pascal Carr director. Holy Communion Church Women Home Miss Iva Hillyer. 1st place; Mrs.
event. 1st Sunday each quar- hostesses; for a fellowship :hour By Joyce Rowe Lake Lanler, 0.. R. W. Becker and Mrs. Phil KEYSTONE
If your are interested in join ter. Wednesday Prayer Service In the education building. Mrs. welc med at the Game-Fun Day .. Kromer, 2nd place; Mrs. J. B.
ing the fun please contact Mrs. Barry Wyman is chairman. In St: Anne's Parish House on sss-JrrrrsrrrrrnssflFor Coleman and Mrs. F. T. Hogue.
Bachmann or Mrs. Harold Sut- 7:30: p.m. Rev. Leon F. M.U'Iler COMMUNITY CHURCHThe Feb. 27. Winter: visitors from those of you who waited py. We learned Saturday of the 3rd place; Mrs. B, A. Allen and

ton for reservations. pastor.EPISCOPAL. annual seated!! silver tea Hillcrest Mrs. Gladys Jennings and prayed with me last week death. of James Gaboardi in an Mrs. E. B. GOBS 4th place. HEIGHTS
The annual Keystone Heights will be held Wednesday. March Mrs. Lauretta Hlrsch- I am happy to report that my automobile accident: Friday: RECEIVES FELLOWSHIP

Ladles Invitational will be held St. Anne's: Holy Communion, 12. In the educational building. back: and Mr. and Mrs. Wood- mother's operation was success night. He was a sign painterand Miss Carol Rothhammer. a
on March 10,11,12. Applications 8 a.m. each Sunday. 1st Sunday Mrs. B. F. Mlzell general expressed Interest in joining the ful. She underwent surgery for long time resident of (Melrose 1963 graduate of Melrose High DIRECTORYRABY'S

forthe tournament are now (Holy Communion. 8 ajn. and cha.1rmanhas: announced the club' ext year. Mrs. Ella Gerst removal of her gall bladder last Many alps in this area School and 1964 recipient of the

9:30: aon. 2nd, 3rd. and 4th Sun following committee chairmen: and her daughter, Mrs. Geneva Thursday morning. Everythingwent were painted by Jiim. It is a Melrose Woman's Club. Leigh)
DRAGLINE WORK days, Morning Prayer 9:30: a.m. tables. Mrs. Barry Wyman; re- Chab; were high scorers In the well and the doctor does tragic loss for lila family and Pearsall Memorial Scholarship AUTO

BULLDOZINGEARTH Evening Prayer, Sunday. 7 p.m. servations Mrs. John Bird; games. The donated bingo outfit not expect any complications.For the community. He Is survivedby last. week was awarded a $2,800
Mrs. Carl Dardea first and those of who would his widow. Mrs. Margaret the SERVICE
MOVING Holy Days Announced. Will- hostesses, : wa.s used for time, you teaching fellowship: from
: : refreshments. Mrs. Ray Farrls club1 members are Indebted to like to send a card or letter! It Gaboardi: three sons! Charles University of Tulsa, Oklahoma
dam I. Vicar.
CALL Jones and Mrs. Arthur Ketch; decorations Mrs Ethel Weyman Mrs. Mary can be sent to Mrs. Alice Roth of Gainesville, Mark and Davidof Department of English for the Complete Auto RepairsAir

Chief -LUTHERAN Mrs. R. L. Turknett: tea Wilcox, and Arthur Coombs for hammer St. Johns Hospital. Melrose; five daughters. academic year 1969-70. Conditioning Repairs
Big HeavyConstruction Divine, Worship, 11 ajn. Sun table Mrs. L. P. Carr; flowers. their efforts in obtaining same. Tulsa Oklahoma; Room 251B. Mrs. Margaret Provost. Christine Carol daughter e>f Mrs. Alice &: Automatic TJ-.wtisslon

day. Holy Communion 2nd Sun :Mrs. G. Richardson; publicity Mrs. Martha Beam, president, I know she would appreciate : Teresa Kate, and Marie. Rotbhammer and the late Grant ServPHONE '
I Inc. day. Services each Sunday atEt. Mrs. F. P. Egan; posters. :Mrs. welcomed guests and. with the this. all of Melrose; and three Rothhammer of Melrose grad 4

Palatka 325-7476 Anne's Episcopal Church. Richard Cunningham; !nursery, assistance of) Mrs. Nettle Smith, All news this week Is not liap- granddaughters, Sherrie, Valerie uated Magna Cum Laude and Little LakeBUILDING .
William Wise. Vicar. Mrs.. Thomas Gregory; program served refreshments during the and Angela Prevost. also second in her graduating classat
Mrs. Frank ngen. .social hour.A of Syracuse. N. Y. were recent of :Melrose We extend our sympathy Little Rock University la -
James Day and Miss Dayna special program will be guests of (Mr. and Mrs. Louis in your time of grief. MaY 1968. MATEK.AL

Kaye Ashworth, music students presented by Mrs. Early, a club Kyle, Mrs. Cecil Harris of Wclaka She participated in the 1968 HARDWARE
from St. Johns River Junior member' from Hawthorne, following Mr. and Mrs. Allen McDou-. and Mrs. G. G. Thlgpen of East summer student exchange program -

Collegef will present piano and the covered dish. lunch. gold of Melbourne. Ontario, Palatka visited their parents of the University: of Arkansas BROOKLYN
DREAMS vocal numbers. eon on March 13 at 12:30: in lbs Canada are visiting! Mrs. Olive Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. with Kansal University of
Mrs. Bird reservations) and Masonic Hall. Members provide Stevens and her sister Mrs. Thursday. Foreign Students, Hlrakata SUPPLY HOUSE
Mrs. Wyman (tables) wish to their own beverage covered Mable Husbands. Mr. McDoug- AME 2 Jim Ford who Is stationed City Japan. The exchange: Lumber Plywood Builder's

COME TRUE have the names of guests and dish, and table service. The ald is a cousin of Mable and In San Diego, Calif la group spent one month on cam- Hardware Roofing Sheetrock.
those !providing tables and set- welcome mat Is out for all couples Olive and is making his first on leave visiting his parents, pus at Kaneal. studying the Paneling Paints Insulation

i .. tings riot later than March 10. and single folk living or Florida visit In 31 years. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ford, and Japanese language bietory, and Tools Electrical &: Plumbing
.' The Constitution and By-laws visiting in this area to Join in Mrs. Stevens' stepgrandson.Carlet other friends :in Melro e. culture. Supplies.

Committee( will present the pro- the social pleasure. of the club. Winter 37, formerly of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Duncan Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
posed new Constitution on EASTERN STAR Jacksonville, was killed on Feb. spent the weekend with relative Miss Rothhammer is currently
I March 3. Election of officers Open Installation of officers. 21. MaJ. Winter was a pilot for In Marlawna. Mr. and Mrs. Vlr serving as a graduate usJa.
farn More will take place on April 7 at of the Keystone Heights Chapter Eastern Airlines out of) Atlanta, gle Rowe visited Mr. and Mrs. tent In the Department of English CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
the General Meeting. Persona will ''be held at 8 p.m': on but was on duty with the U. S. Bill Harrell and family in Pa State College of Arkansas.
f1 to be dominated for offices must March 15 In the Masonic! Temple Marine Reserve flying a. -Sky latka last weekend.Mr. She will receive:> the MSE degree

With Your Savings Jiave been interviewed for their ,for all members, their families Hawk plane which burst Into and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp in August. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
acceptance prior to April 7. and fr1ends.PERSONALS names on take off.' In his pocket and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Carol Is the sister of Mrs. CALL OR SEE
FELLOWSHIP CLUB was the emblem of promoted Roland Swann and daughter/ In Vlrgle Rowe and Mrs. Thomas Edward's Building

( Whatever your dream is vocation, car, Several new members were Some of our ill folk are now' rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Daytona Beach Saturday. Chamblee of Melrofle.

surest to make if real it patients In nursing( homes and which he never was able to re Don't forget that Friday' Is -CUB SCOUTS Supply, Inc.
education, the way their addresses for cards and ceive. Military rites were held the World Day of Prayer, sponsored Cub SCOunts and their funO. 726 S. MAIN 372-4844

>- through a Savings Account. As you build it, $250 visits are as follows: in Jacksonville on Feb.24. by the WSCS of the lea filled the Pariah lIousTuesday Gainesville, Florida

( you earn more with our higher interest rate I Mrs. Aughtry Vance Is In Doc: Laurie Beam, daughter of :Mr. United Methodist Church. The night for the annual
tor's Extended Care ft Nursing and Mrs. Bill Beam. has enjoyed program will begin at 2 p.m. Blue and Gold Banquet. NURSERY
REWARDFor Center, 4,000 S. W. 20th Ave.. awards received at recent and .the public .Invited.. After the Invocation by: Rev

A regular savings habit brings off SW 34th St., Gainesville.Mrs. Science Fairs. She won third We are presently trying to Bill Poppell and the Pledge of O.C. Carnes
at less effort Clarence Sipe Is In place ribbon at tier school and get a coUege course taught: In Allegiance. the croup enjoyed NurseryNursery
cost information leadIng
things yOUwOnt
Gainesville Extended Care had honorable mention at the Melrose. Santa Fe Junior College the) food that had been preparedb Stock:
you financial security, adds to the apprehension, Nursing Center 1000 SW 16th county fair in Green Cove in Gainesville will send an the boys' mothers. Plants Fruit Trees Evergreens .

profits to your savlngsl! arrest, and conviction of Ave., Gainesville. Springs. She la now participa: instructor here to offer a course, Then Cub Master Red Thompson Landscape Plants ft Con
the person responsiblefor We are happy to report that ting! in the Regional Fair at if at least 15 people are inter- Introduced the guests, Mrs. tainers.

starting the grass Mrs. Nell Grayoon i is able to Gainesville.Mr. ested. College credits will be Joyce Rowe, Rev..nd(Mrs.! Fop.pell. CAMELLIAS ft AZALEASHwy.

Tht Svrttf, Scr/csf and woods fire on the be home following her Bradford and Mrs. Floyd StUfleld received for the class. The cost Scoutmaster and Mrs. Art 100 Florahome -I5I1-Z1SS
Hospital Illness from flu and will be $27 and classes: will
west side of Paradise and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wbeeler, and Mr. and Mrs. Let Us Do Tour Landscaping
.' Way to /avtsf Money complications. Moats of Kansas City, Mo. were probably meet for three hours Jack Layman. Mr, Layman is
Lake southeastern
,4 partof William Reynolds Sr. :is also !recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. one night a week. This would the Area Commissioner and was
Bradford County, at the home of Mrs. Helen Till- Willlan Ploon of Smith Lake. be an Ideal way' for those of fuest speaker for the evening. USED CARS
during the morning of GIRL SCOUT SUNDAY you who need a few more college -
man.Mrs. He gave a abort talk about
KEYSTONE STATE BARK Wednesday, ) Feb. 26, Rena Sohrelner is able National Girl Scout Sunday credits: to pick them up. If benefits> of scouting in a boy's Hanks Used Cars

1969. MAIL to put her fractured ankle on will be celebrated on March 9 Interested please call me at life, and pointed out that not BIG CASH DISCOUNT
ama floor but as for getting two local Scout TrOOPS 475-5692 and let me know. We
wben
one man erring tbne In tbe
Meinftttr -F.D.T.C. Keyrton Q"igits. fta. INFORMATION TO: around without her walker, she and Brownie Troop of this area would appreciate this very RaUord State Prison bad ever TERMSBUY
still has some time to go. She. attend the 11 a.m. serviceat much. SELL TRADB
P. O. Drawer A will
been He also
"Tow" .qrf..dJ3 'bank In Tour Friendly a Scout. pointedout
had visit those of who have
recently a surprise the Community Church in a For yon
I BOX toBW7.1M'MWesS.
RT. ,
Starke Fla. 'that tow Scouts ended
up
CooUwnrity. from friends from Michigan. body.: acompsnled. by their children out of school with chicken In SUrk
penal lattttuttons. Mr. Lay-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tourney ietder. pox, and don't know when

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..., I" r aouia oo an interesting game.
live In thews areas.
you Christmas Seal
Admission for the came >la 50o. The sale will' begin at 9 ..m.

VOICE of the MELROSE; BOOSTER CLUB and everyone in the communities Campaign Goal GOOD DRIVING HABITS OF
Final" arrangements for !the.
Is welcome to come and
Sports Banquet were made *t.toe In Sight Here
li'" SPORTSMANo By Joyce Rowe Booster Club meeting last and browse around. parents
BROWNIE SCOU'lSMembers young
\. "; '11 week. It will be held April 11 of Brownie Scout Bradford County Is expected: I
tty MIKE CIIITTY 9, to over the top In contributing
8 ta the Interlaohen. : go
Phone "' (From at p.im. Troop+ 157 last week toured the REWARDED BY
475.2171 i4 Preceding Page) Stihool cafe to this year's annual Christmas NATIONWIDE
Junior-SenLor High
; Coca-Cola Bottling Company InOataeBvllle.
- - - r
Seal campaign according
-- - --- will be
: Cost of the dinner
; tiittonal representative of the teria. They also vbtted to Norman Ketchle,county cam- Nationwide wants the safest drivers in America
f 1.75 for members and: $2.00 for Public (Library.Tlmae .
Gainesville
the chairman and
paign area which certainly includes married
Trinity Episcopal Church, nvhlcil young couples
likely to get hung this Don-members. .
Included Ann
are more attending forester for Oilman Paper Co.
those
Good news, fellows the CUb Scout Pack. with children. Your sense of responsibility plus
at(;
way, you are more likely to sponsors Tickets must be purchased Finlayson. Cheryl PoppeD Susan The campaign started November
Specs are moving on cowl the I. have strikes t"m with Just a The den coach and den mo least two weeks prior to the Saipp. Leslie Smith Crystal 15 and has raised over your good driving record, give you a break. For

Quite a few were last caught week on and steady retrieve. You can usually tttens were (then recognized and banquet, so .that those preparing Pace. Sherrle and Angela Pre- $1,295 at the present time. This full particulars phone:

south shore beds Tuesday catch more on' the poles after applauded far the work they &the. food will !know how manyto vost. Lisa Bass. :Mary Ellen represents 99.4 % of last year's

with that full moon real good dark, and more on the Jigs before had done on the banquet. expect.: Duncan. Joyce Stevens. (Martha total contributions in Bradford

they should be doing dark. We .have caught Boys from Den 4 presented There was also a discussion. and :Mary Ann Singleton. They County.; '' ; BILL POWELL'Phone

this. week. specs as late as 12 or 1 o'clockat short skit necessary to make. about the Variety Show which were accompanied by Mr. Pat In reporting on progress of :

night: many times. a good Cub Scout. 'Will be held April 25 at t 1ecbool. PoppeU Brownie Leader: ; and the drive, the chairman em 964-6464

Some people will tell you that Awards were then presented. Mrs. Beverly JenkiM to Mrs. Barbara Smith end Mrs. beingzreceived contributions are 404 W. Madison St.

w It's a good idea to take a Jug Parents\ came forward with their committee chairman. Performers Sapp assistant Brownie Lead- through March 31 N' Starke Fla.
of coffee along, cause it sure ",ons and pinned on the awards. will be Intertachen students and are badly needed since the ,

h gets cold out there. Whateveryou Receiving the Bobcat pin were'lAn'y and faculty members. Interested ers. Tuberculosis and Respiratory

do. be sure :you nave plen- ( Stundivant. Wendell William students should contact Mrs. Prevatt CemeteryTo Disease Association of Northeast .,.

ty of clothes on. *, Ronald Ashford and Bernard Jenkins. Florida's area association
Well, that's about all I can do iDuggan. Philip Courtney PLANT SALE Be AssignedTo as a whole Is till lagging behind '" '

now except wish. you luck. So Deceived the Bear Badge and a 'The :Melrose Elementary School AssociationAll last year's figure. :

until next week-"Goodbye and and year pin. Matt Stinson received iPTA Is sponsoring three plant The TB & RD Associationof

at good luck!I"INDIAN a gold arrow under too sales to be: held Saturday, March property; contained In the Northeast Florida conducts
Prevatt Cemetery will be acquired the annual drive and Is supported
.
Bear; award.Rev. J5. at the post 'offices In Melrose -
.# by the Prevatt Ceme- solely by seal sales In
Poppell the e4diotloa and Floras
This 15-pound large mouth gave Putnam Hall,
tery Association, according to the Northeast Florida area,
and the banquet was 'of flowers.
boa was caught by Albert SmithJr. home Donations Mrs. Eddie L. Akrldge. secre which Includes Bradford and
.. 38, Keystone Hefts Sun BEACHLake over. Shrubs, and small trees are tarytreasurer.Three nine other counties.

day. Feb. 13, In Lake Johnson )BASKETBALL GAME needed at this time Those in trustees will be ass- Funds are used each year

The flak measured 27 Inches ( Santa Fe) The\>> Beta Club at. Interlachan the Melrose area may call Mrs. igned to the association at a by the association in continuing -

and was 22 Inches In girth By Michael H. Chitty Junior Senior High School la Betty Duncan at 473-2666 and meeting held at 10 a.m. Sat- programs in community;

Smith used a Rapala 116 and a Ph. 475-2171 s>sponsoring a basketball game sire will pick up' the plants. urday, March 8, at Prevatt services, public health educa-
Zebco No. 202 reel which cost $ be held Friday. March 7, la In Putnam Hall Mrs. Chambers Cemetary. tion, service to patients, med-

$5.9$. tine High School gym at 7 p.m. wUl be In charge 'of the Each party; having an InterestIn ical education, and research. Nationwide
Mutual Insurance
Spring Lake, near Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough are The men will play the Varsity sale, and Mrs. Glen Weaver will the cemetery, located onUS- Area emphasis has been placed Company

Heights, yielded a 12-pound 14- visiting their son, Jack Kemp, boys and the ladles will challenge :be In charge in Florahome. 301 South of Starke, are urged on emphysema, asthma, and Home Office: Columbus, Ohio

ounce bas to Elfa Vaughn and family In Miami this week. the Beta Club girls. This Please contact these ladles U to attend the meeting.. air pollution
-
Pat and Ralph Flllmon and -
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last Feb. 15. The
Jacksonville, family of Tampa spent the week ter
lnch fish was caught: on a
28-
end with Pete and Joyce Barton
i -- -j
live worm. and did a little fishing.Mr. i : i | CARL BEGGS

Griffin's Lodge reported and Mrs. D. W. Car- a Gulf ServiceUSED
relatives .I1..DSIIIC
penter were visiting .
rather good week. Those Grits. 5 \
12 In West Palm Beach and Orlando t 1 PARTS
fin boys-Alan, 16, and Glen
this week.
Top Prlres for Wrecked Can
really worked on the Specs Lt Joan Quinn of Fort Rucker, ,l..
24 Hour Wrecker Service
while the fish were
last week Ala. has been visiting her
on the beds. Monday they grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. -- Fuel Oil -

caught: 30 in less than an hour George Ellis, this week. The New Innersprings PUMPSNEW J.TD VACUUM ceanr3: re- ', Used Cars -

and Tuesday they caught 32. Ellis's grandson, Jerry Music, CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop ccr.d taI: :: : $:5 up. 10 differentcme i George E. LaRue I Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
Mr.
Wednesday Alan guided who Is In the U. S. Navy, AND USEDSALESPARTSnSERVICE_ brands to choose from. 468-1998
Kiesther, who >is. down on a will be home for 16 days from Up to 15 words ____- 1.20 Us A Card or Call P its & excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCYAuto I
vacation, and they caught 35. (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-911111 lira! Homeowner
Hart Norfolk Va. Deep & Shallow Wells m kes. KIRBY SALES It I MOBILE HOME: 12 wide, 3
Mr. and Mrs. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER
Roy and they guided caught 9 bass Monday. The Carolyn Jack Millers Kelly and and children child Each word over 15 __ .07 209 E. Adkins St. Water Softeners & Filters SERVICE:::: 712 N. Main Gaines LIFE & ACCIDENT I bedroom, fully furnished, mod
; v.lle 3767110. tfchg ern furniture. Would you believe
Mr. Expert Service On Keystone Height 473-4692
he guided
On Wednesday ren of Gainesville, and Mrs. Extra charge If not I Furniture Repaired $375 down payments of $63 per

Zellner and they caught 9 bass Ida Whitehead all celebrated paid In advance ____ .S3 Upholstered & Refinished. All Makes DIE YOU KNOW it'3 easy to month, including complete set

and 13 specs. Joan Miller's birthday[ on Sun- :MATTRESSES REBUILTStarke Plumbing Service -iwii a Lor,"cnamp Home MEN WANTED Men cottage up. Bonanza Mobile Homes,

John Poag was fishing fromGritiln's and day with a joint birthday din- Memorial, Resolution Agent Phone 964-7061 Bett
in Melrose Bay HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP .nll Your planr or ouriYUUJ .. pay $293 month, promotion opportunities 2t chg 3-13
hung a 10 lb. bass. In the process ner.Len and Linda Swearingenand 7 .
cent
per word tot or ours. Contact: Bu > and regular Increases
:' of landing it, .he swung his. daughter, Tammy Lynn of & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. fIOrd Mitchell phone C64. in pay. 8 hour day 5 FOR SALE Danish. walnut

motor around out of the way Jacksonville, spent the week- CARDS OF THANHS 710 Lemon St. Palstk 6853.: P O. Box 238 ?tarke.t1" day week sick leave, vacations, double bed, latex mattress and

and knocked his electric troll end with Mr and Mrs. Fred I INSURANCE +g state retirement If Interested box springs $65. 2 blond !step

motor off in the lake and lost It. Swearingen. 00 words or 1 lea --_- S.CO AT REDUCED RATES please apply !in person Personnel tables S3 each. 3 house fans

He had fun catching the bass Pete and Joyce Barton were MARY AUTO FIRE BOAT Manager. ; Sunland Training Center 7.50; $6; $2.50. 'Phone 473-4069
but says it was quite an expensive In Lakeland last Thursday to Each word over 00 __ .07 DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville, Fla. after 1 'p.m. Itchg
attend the funeral of Nora Fop-. I
fish.The AGENCY
SUN SPORTS An equal opportunity employ
'
only report from Slim sFlshnStuIf pell OFFICIAL tchc er. PURE BRED Hampshire males
> is. about the 15-lb Clara and James Sullivan of INSPECTION STATION CARTERPAINTS MOOBE BOAT FOR for sale. J. T. Parrish Rt. 1

bass that was caught in Lake Wllllston spent the day with us Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M HELP: WANTED: Need two YOUR MONEY ED WAINWRIGHT Box 152, Lake Butler. 496-4263

Johnson >In Gold Head State last Wednesday and we did some Except Saturday 8.12 NoonHILL'S dies, part time or full time, Starke Ph. H4. 181 AGENCYFor after 5 p.m Itp

Park. A picture: of this whopper fishing. Thursday we had the can make. $10 and up a day. la'i SPECIALNew All Your
Is supposed to appear in this. good news that aunt Corlne GARAGE PAYROLL ENVELOPES
experience: / necessary Must
14'
week's Telegraph. Hudson finally got to go home Keystone Heights use of car Prone 752-2650. Write Fiberglass fishingSr Insurance NeedsSpecializing Bradford County Telegraph.

Shipman's Camp also reports after five weeks in Alachua Gen Telephone 473-446 I 102 K. Itn-wnlev SI. Una DoubfTlr. Box 3001 E. .;clal! used ski rigs $399 up in Ph 9646305.

that. the Specs were on the beds, eral Hospital. She and Uncle vat, Columbia 'Motel Lake Du'j boats only $289.00 Mobile Home InsurancePh. I' WANTEDMarried man to
Alfred down and
fewbrought came spenta
and they had quite a
In. Ted McGuire and S. couple of days with us the THE KEY TO NEW Fla. 4tp 2-z7 Starke 964.6818 work on ranch. Must be good

50 Mr. and first of the week. Gracious Living WANTED i[ with animals and able to drive
Simmons caught EUNICE NURSERY : Used Wringer-Washer -
:Mrs. Danny Seaman caught 35. Surely was glad to see Otis Town House BAIRD I Pansy petunia, and Will pay cash or take in > farm tractor. Sober. House
blueberry
Melton and his parents get back i lights water, gas furnished
and Mr and Mrs. Bobby Quinn Mobile Homes Pecan trade anything. DAHMER'S ,!
plants. and plum on ,
DoltYourselfSEAMLESS pear
Salary $260 J. M Edwards
had 33. Steve Knight caught 20 Saturday from Arkansas where APARTMENTS I I 9647923. tf i' per mo. -
trees Ornamental shrubs 2 -chg
Specs and 25 bream off the they were visiting a sick nephew Sell or ReatFntalabed NEW and USED Phone 964-5403. Starke.
miles N. Lawtey on 301, turn
dock at Shipman's and Sam R lo 12' Wide WILL BUY: Used Appliances. tfchg
Now here's 1 at sign. Phone 782-34S5. tfchg
Leeon....
Watson caught 45 large specs. or Unfurnished Good Quality Furniture TV's, Stereos, anything HELP WANTED Male. No
:Most of the fish were caught on tiZEBASE TYPEWRITE of value. DAHMER'S,

the beds, drifting and trolling.If SPECKLED TEN LITTLE PERCH Buford Mitchell FLOORING( Reasonably Priced PAPEK. MJnreo Paper. Bond work experience, 5 day necessary week. Mutual Regular Lum

you'd like to Join the fun Phones Gainesville 378-2785 l> Notebook Fillers.i.'r .
p :r. -
Ten little Speckled Perch, ber Co., 5 mUes South of Starke
here are some tips on fishing swimming In a line. W4-6853 I0447SO Serviced Guaranteed and dfoM.1 l-rur-ty Telegraph. The Rancher on 301. 4tchg 3-27
the beds for specs: Delivered In Starke Area
One ,
Before we go too far, I want got caught, and then there WE WANTED Experienced maintenance FOR SALE Conn Trumpet,
NO EXTRA
COST Inc.
nine.. MAKE 1
were .
FOR RENT: TV sets
baby
to say that I'm not telling you man to da general machine used' 6 months. Phone 964.6779
to fish Nine little Speckled Perch beds, elec. guitars, amplifiers IIS 441 N. 402 NW 13th I and electrical mainten.
TALL
that this >is the only way COME TO after 6 p.m. tfchg
!in
line nice
a and
straight. refrigerators: day week DAHMER'S. Gainesville 378-Z785 .
or
the. beds. Every estabUshed KEYS I.ance. Some machine shop experience
Another hooked then there OURFIRST
fisherman has .his favorite way got 9647923. tf-chg prefered. Apply Owen FOR SALE: S- ar-old mare;

of rigging his poles and fishing. were eight.. FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick Joist, Hlway 100 A east or P.O. STOCK or will trade for cow or hog

I'm Just going to give you a Eight little'bout Speckled Perch. TRAILER LOTS home, central heat and air con- Box 1000. Starke. 2tchg 3,6 Phone 964-6484. It
should. be singing Heaven. dlt'on.'! conveniently located, unfurnished Reduction Sale
general idea of how it LAKE ACCESS MEN WANTED
One went there, and that left Laundrj
FOR RENT FOR RENT bedroom
2 Mobile
3 bedroom house
of my JlOfl per! month. :323!
done. These are some
methods, and I've caught many, Seven seven...little Speckled Perch 115 Down $15 Month era workers, cottage Kitchen parents aids,, watch-labor N. Walnut St. Inquire at 'premises unfurnished. Conveniently loca BIG SAVINGSUP I Home, furnished. Phone

many specs this way. After Lake Lots $2500 Up or call: Starke 964-7751: or ted. Call 964-6841 tfohg '9647498. Itchg
getting their[ kicks. man, cooks and clerks, groundskeeper TO 40
you've had some experience, One got too many then there -Investment Properties truck driver. Five 964-6491. tfchgSKWTNO FOR RENT Furnished 2 % i TRADE Poodle female, true

you'll probably pick your own were six... S. E. McKAY day week, eight hour day, bedroom cottage close in, Also 6th Street I Apricot. Registered, trained far

methods. Six little Speckled Perch, State retirement, vacations, <: MACrHNKSLir : 3 bedroom house in country Near Livestock Market T.V or what Also Poodle gro
One of the easiest and best digging that jive. RealtorAppraiserKeystone sick leave. Interested, please re"t selections from which! W. H. tollman. tfchg .oming. Phone

ways of catching specs !is pole One dug too deep, that left Hts. 473-4&16 apply in person Personnel t-. ch"nv!. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco. Gainesville 376-4595 : 9646632.2tahg 3-13

fishing A light Umber pole, five... Manager, Sunland Train New Home it Universal. Stereo -Console LayAway I
about 12 feet long Is best, although Five little Speckled Perch, 1I11r Center. Gainesville Fla. REPAIR ALL MAKES. UNCLAIMED: beautiful Stereo- FOR RENT Just outside. city FOR RENT Mobile Home,

various Lengths are used thinking life's a bore. INCOME TAX SERVICE An equal opportunity employer : Radio Combination: ; 2 months imlts( on Hwy. 16. 12 wide. 2 couple only. Gladys Harrington.
by various people. For the sport One took a trip, and then there Short Forms IS and up. Town National SewingMach'ne old fully automatic.! Balance bedroom extra nice trailers. J. 337 N. Walnut. tfchg

il it, more limber the pole, the were four... Finance Co., 221 N. Temple Ave. tfch Co. $68. 'or $9 monthly payments. B. White 964-aiU. tiers
more fun you'll have. A fibre- Four little Speckled Perth: Starke. tfchg. Must place in your area. Call FOR SALE Real good milk

glass pole is my favorite, although went on a spree. SEVERAL GOOD USED 611 W. University Ave. 378-1S5S LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex cow. J. B, White, 964-6114.
most people use cane One went too far, and then WANTED Handy man. Applyin Ing Machines for sale Add Gainesville Credit Manager COLLECT, A-1 ableta ONLY 98c at Mitchell tfchg

poles They are cheaper at the there were three... person To-Eena Motel tfchg tries elec Jacksonville 353-1946. ANY Drug. 4tp 3-1
,
; subtraction credit bal FOR SALE! 60 Gas Brooders
\time you buy them, but I would Three little Speckled Perch, TIME. Will deliver no obllga- ;
say the flbregla pole is betterIn feeling sad and blue. SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, anc* .Bradford County Telegraph BRICK HOUSE for sale, "betster ton.: Stchg 3-27 OLD GRIFFIS Trading Post for 1,000 capacity, used four times.

the long run. One commlted suicide, and that oUed and adjusted In your tf than new." 3 bedrooms. 2 sale A good paying business 24 Also Super A FarmaU Tractor

Your line should be aroundthe left two.. home, 93.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs baths; carpeted; electric built FOR SALE 1964 Dodge 4 dr. miles north of Starke. Well for sale. Call 496-2151 or 496-

same length as your pole- Two lonely Speckled Perch, also. All work guaranteed. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE !in range. Lot 100 x 135 $1,400. sedan: 2 tone 6 cyl.. .air-cond. stocked. The reason for selling 3791. Lake Butler. 2tp 3-13

no more than a foot longer any as a pair became one. Dennis E. Coggins, Phone 4311428. ready for occupancy :3 bed equity; assume payments of $87 Excellent. condition. Dolph Reds is. for ill health. Having to re EUNICE NURSERY

way and 12 pound test is usually Then a school of Speckled tfchg room 2 bath. Located Just monthly. Total price $13400. I. di ',h, Rt. 1 Box 18-A, Starke tire. Price is right. If interest. Tomato egg plant It pepper

plentiy strong for specs. Now Perch, over they begun. outside of city limits !In Phone 9646885. LtD Phore: 964-7220. 2tchg 3-6 ed, call 964-7298 or 9647159.tfchg I plants. Petunia, salvia, coleua

the hook can vary anywhere Plnebreeze. Easy monthly It verbena plants Geraniums.
FOR SALE 1965 BuIck Wild
from a No. 4 bream hook to a lilac Brown terms Longchamp Const: Co FOR Boat SALE and -Trailer 1968 Sport with Craft 1964- cat, Power steering .and brakes. MIMOSA MANOR Blueberry plants pear tree It

N. 2-0 bass. hook I personally Talent Contest Contact Bifoid Mitch jll, 63 hj>. Mercury motor In good\ Alrcond.tloned., heater and ,usual MOBILE HOME PARK Ornamental shrubs. 2 miles N.
have caught more specs latelyon pone 964-6853 P O. Box ,accessories. Colar White Bethel Road Starke Pla. Lawtey on 301, turn at sign.
good
condition.! Call 964-5047. ,
running )
-
No. 4. Entries Due 338 Starke.
a trcW Phone 782-3465. tfohg
shotor 3tp 3-13 paint a/nd/ tires. Good condition. Lots for Rent Water. Approved
BB split
Put a size
on
( next size larger-if the wind By March 13th $1.500. E. Odell Carlton. Rt. 1 sewer system, garbage FOR RENT Furnished apart'
Nine Acre Land Box 215 Ralford pick-up, patios, ribbon drive
Fla. Fla. State
704 N. Lake St. Phone
feat
carries you along fairly No.< 900 Retirement Special ment on
Volkswagen One mile of City Limits etepxstone walks, large
1 foot near Prison, phone 431-1212. Ext. 343. ways 9646937. tfchg
need two) about
Frame 5
may bungalow rooms,
you -
Richard Jockel, principal of paved road, Priced less than tip 3-6 flood lamp at rear of park.
from the hook, and a 1 1-4 Inch New; Used bath, 'porch Newly painted.
Bradford Middle School, announces $3.000. Garbage cans, mall boxes and BIG PENS. Ball Point Refills. ;
bobber (cork or plastic) around the that $150 !in cash. prizes Sales Service 'WI A. J, Thomas, Realtor Nice fenced lot. Just $6.000. FOR RENT-Unfurnished 3 bed yard maintenance. On school Bradford County Tele.

4 feet deep, depending on will be awarded at the talent Telephone 964-5701 No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 acres. room .house Contact Mrs D. L, bus and mall route. Underground graph.MUST..

depth of the water you're fish-last. contest: and show on Thursday. 1 MI.North of TW9 Mall close in. Rustic home -Mod SIlcox 331 Clark St. tfchg telephone service ,and electric
Ing. Although cork bobbers OAINESVILLEI ern kitchen pecans and fruit SACRIFICE E. Laura
March 20. at the Bradford service For
by Clay Electric.
fluorescent SINGER AUTOMATIC FOR ALL TYPES and
longer, the bright I roofing concrete
$35.500. Terms. St. 2 bedrooms
County Fairgrounds show formation:! call 964-7493 964-
I. CONSOLE or
orange and yellow ones are arena. I MODEL Strout Realty your roofing repairs, call 964- 8739. 3tcha35 block. Low down payment, balance
easier to see at night SEWING MACHINE must place Reg. Broker 7079. 4tp 3-20 $50 per month.
Now hook a minnow throughthe in your. area A-l shape Zlg' .
2117 N. Temple Ave BILL POWELL Broker
REDUCE: Safe and fast with ,
The contest WANTED Man to front
will
eyes, or lips, and you're start at 8 Zn.33.! mikes: button holes, fancy Starke. Fla. run MOBILE HOME: !901ay Old 964-s 464FOR
and Is GoBese tablets It E-Vap "water end loader In chicken house.
open to three divisions. :
ready for action. designs, sews 'on buttons, ap Ph. 9644609 I unit pay sales tax In. urance.
Most fish camps are more of school age children. The era pills. Andrews Drv e. pliques, monograms etc. Sold Phony 9644616. Itp .. Move in. 12-48 Queen-Alre. 2 RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -

than willing to show customers ior division will include: grades lot pd 3-27 new for over $300. MUST SACRIFICE bedrooms. Pay $66.31 per house, and 1 small unfurnished
9 through 12 WE'RE Poodle grooming,, FOR SALE 14 ft. plywood
where the beds are. I personal ; middle division POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Just pay balance $62, NEW month Bonanza Mobile Homes 1 bedroom house.
boat 45
ty rely on Griffin's most of the grades 6 through: 8; and junior withstand we&tber20c each, or assume $8 monthly payments applies soon. Registered Poodle ; h.p. Mercury electric Gainesville, phone 372-4286. Phone 964-5724 after 5 and
start motor, tilt trailer. All in
division, grades 1 through 5. SOS Phone\ 964- 632
pups up.
time. After you're on the beds, Call Credit Manager COLLECT 2tohg 3.13 weekends tfchg
12.25 dos Special price on larger ,
AU excellent condition $350. Phone
slowly until you schools within a 25 tulle tarke.. 4tchg 3-13
'start Jacksonville
paddling 353-1946
do have radius of Starke are eligible to quantities. Bradford County ANYTIME.Will 782.3205 or 782-3412. TREE TRIMMING, yard cleanIng FOR RENT-a bedrom house
When
have a bite. you Telegraph. deliver, no obligation.
tt
Idea participate. and office cleaning Phone 410 W. Andrew Contact Tolbert
a bite, it Is usually a good Stchg 3-27 WANTED HELP WANTED
Box 143-K.
9645043. lip McCoy Rt. 2.
to circle back through the spot. FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse
Talent contest entries. will be Watkins Nationally Advertised Starke. Phone 964-7818. Itp
with poles, you ; 3 bedroom 1 FOR SALE Chicken 7 TO 10 ACRES IN
While fishing accepted through Thursday bath central fertilizer, 100 year old company has opens FOR SALE' Micarta-plastlc
can usually pick up specs on a. heat it air-conditioning. Cor- lime and dotemlte. Clean out THRU SALE Coastal Bermuda
:March 13, with the preliminary AREA OF STARKE Ing in Starke. No investment counter top material Good FOR
Jig. The way this Is done is to contest set. for 7 p.m. Thursday ncr lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg and spreading. service. We de HIGHLANDS necessary. Write M-2. Mr. Qua selection of patterns and wood- Hay $1 per bale $30 per ton. J.

cast the Jig on your rod, let It at< the Bradford Middle School. WOODMEN Of The World liver. W. A. Prevatt 964-6816. CONTACT I I Box 2447 Memphis, Tern. 38102. grains-3Sc per foot Size up O. Bass Jr. Rt. 1 Box 112.
ret -
Ink to tbe bottom, then 4tp 3-6 Itp to 60" x 144". George Ricks Phone 964-7879. Itp
rieve the Jig. Usually, it >is best Opportunity unlimited, 'offered ROBERT CARTERRT. 301 North. Phone 9645184.4tp.
to Jerk your rod rather sharply Entry applications may be to Starke tires. Guaranteed income LAWN MOWER and small electrical 185 STARKE 301 Nursery: Living 3-27 FOR SALE Shrubbery Aza

and allow the Jig to go down, mailed to Richard Jockel. Box above average Call appliances repair. Wash 7. BOX plants for lasting pleasure. Azalea leas Well branched 50c-$1.00.

then Jerk It ....t.1D. Although you 268, Starke. Gainesville Collect 372-5821. and polish your car, $6.95 up. Jacksonville, Fla. 3ZZ22 roses cameUaa: Citrus on .QNS. aJl kinds. Metal e*I Ferguson Nursery Raiford

Jim Arnold. 4tp J-6 135 N. Temple Fthooe 904-5892 Trifoliate root. tfohg CardbMrd The Ttlograpfe. Road. Phone B&H.227.1tcbc 3-9

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